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KNIK, ALASKA Some of Our Specialties: WELLMAN CANNED GOODS RED CLOVER BITTER TIP TOP EGGS SPERRYS ELOIRS MARSHFIELD CHEESE Ami a full line of HARDW ARE, STOVES. HAY AND FEED No Better Goods Can Be Bought At Any Price G. W. PALMER. Knik, Alaska Lang's (Pat,) Hot Blast Smokeburning STOVES AND RANGES Are 01’ \R \NTEED to burn but one-half 55 much fuel as OLD STYLE RANGES, Because they consume all gases and smoke in luel. All fuel is burned ftom top. The “PACIFIC,** as sho^n in cut. Is our Stand ard Family Range made In three sixes. Sold at BROWN & HAWKINS’ We make Stoves from $1.00 to $300.00 vVi-itw fur t 'atsloirues. F. S. LANG MANUFACTURING CO. 2756 First Avs.. South. SEATTLE, WASHINGTON 1-J Eastern Trips by Western People *«t MVDE HITIt THE GREATEST COMfORT -via THE c_GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY To St. Paul. Chicago and the East. Tn Denver. Kansas City. St. Louis and the South. THUOl'G 1 S \NDAItD AND Tor HIST SLEEPERS. DINING AN » O >\i i* \UPMKN r OBSERVATION CARS n PjrtlanJ anJ California by Kail and Ocean Steamships "Great Northern” and “Northern Pacific" Complete Inform tt ion from Local Steamship Agents, or A. S. DAU TRICK. Traveling Freight and Passenger Agent. Room 18, Valentine Building, Juneau. T. J. MOO UK. Out ng**r Agt., Second and Columbia. Seattle. mil ilium mini m ... - via the "Milwaukee" [ FIRST IN SCENERY | FIRST IN EQUIPMENT I FIRST IN SERVICE I and the only road operating over its own lines all the way from Seattle to Chicago The “Olympian” The “Columbian” two crack all-steel trains every day. For information and literature write A. H. McDONALD. Alaska Steamship Co.. Seward. Alaska WAYNt BILL, The Admiral Line. Seward, Alaska Agents for the Chicago. Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway A. I. HARRIS. Traveling Passenger Agent. Juneau. Alaska Amuse— Yourself BILLIARDS POOL BOWLING FIRST-CLASS BAR i . SAFETY FIRST! - Ruhstaller’s Gilt Edge Beer Sacramento, Calif. SERVED AT ALL CAFES GERALD’S CAFE Clarence J. Gerald, Proprietor 824 First avenue Seattle, VVn. Seattle’s Best Eating House Everything Fresh from the Famous Gerald llanch CHAS. it. MUELLER Manufacturing furrier Honesty and Reliability Seud vour Raw Furs to me to bt made into Sets while Summer Prices prevail Remodeling and Repairing 1621 SECOM) AVENUE SEATTLE, - WASH. ANDERSON & MURPHY THE TERMINAL Olympia, Rainier, Bud'veiser and Letups Beer. Olympia Beer on Draught All Beer and Wines Strictly Cold Storage. Try Us Once, then You be the Judge OLD CROW OLD HERMITAGE OLD WINES Blue Ribbon Beer Rainier Beer ONLY MINERAL CABINET WHERE? AT JACK’S J. P. Stotko - Proprietor - ii hi 1111 Seward Water and Power Company John A. Nelson, Manager Office Bank of Seward Building SEWARD, - ALASKA The Garstens Packing Go. | Wholesale and Retail Beef, Park, Veal, Mutton, Poultry Lard, Hams and Bacon. Butter and Eggs Orders from the Westward and Cook Inlet Given Careful Attention Fourth Ave Seward Send Us Your Check ...ASSAYS... Falkenburg fi* Laucks Ore Testing and Milling Gold and Silver. #1.00 Copper 1.50 Lead 1.00 Seattle, Wash. “Analyze Anything’ USE THE PHONE ALASKA ELECTRIC CO. S. M. ORAFF President and General Manager NOTICE OF FORFEITURE To J. II. STEVENS and WM. H. OU AIMING; your heirs or assigns or v.nom it may concern. \ou ure here by notified that the undersigned has expended the sum of Six Hundred Dollurs ($600.) in labor and improve ments on the following named min ing claims for the years ending Dec. 31st, 1014 and Dec. 31st, 101b, the above sum being the amount required to complete the anual labor during years mentioned above, and proof of labor being recorded with the United States Commissioner in the Recording precinct of Iliumna, Territory of Al aska. To wit: Reward, Reward No. 1, Reward No. 2 and Reward No. 3. Said claims being situated about 16 miles westerly from the S. West arm of Kamishak Ray, and in the lliamna Recording precinct, Territory of Al aska. The amounts claimed and due* the undersigned from the parties1 above mentioned are as follows: J. H. Stevens One hundred and twenty two dollars *\nd twenty-live cents, and Wm. H. Cumming the sum of seventy two dollars and twenty-live cents. And if within ninety days after the serving of this notice by publication, you fail or refuse to contribute your proportion of such expenditure as co owners your interest in said cluims; will become the property of the undersigned as specified in Sec. 2324 of the Revised Statutes of the United States and amendment thereto con cerning annual labor on mining i claims. All amounts due to be de posited with Dexter Horton National Rank of Seattle, Wash., to the credit of the undersigned. CHAS. H. McNEIL. Dated and signed at Ridgway, Colo. Feb. 7, 1916. First publication Feb. 29, 1916. Last publication June 14, 1916. The Seward General Hospital desires to acquaint the general hospi tal interests of this country with the facilities of this institution for giving the latest devised methods of nursing, care to persons requiring medical or surgical treatment. Special attention given to patients requiring gyne cological treatment. Hydrotherapeu tic treatments carefully followed. This building, just complete, electric lighted, steam heated, hot and cold water. Physicians placing patients in our care will receive every ethical at tention. Prompt readiness for acci dents, obstrctrics and emergencies, day or night. For further particulars address, SISTER SUPERIOR C. C. BERG Ladies’ Furrier ITaniJermisI Send your Raw Furs. We do our own Tanning and Manufacturing. Twenty seven Year* In Seattle 1125 first Ave. Seattle, Wash. Wedding and Other j News from Seldovia _ (Special to Gateway) SELDOVIA, May 11.—'The marri age of Miss Barbara Bowen, daughter of Mrs. Wm. Rhodes and Mr. Edward Husby was solcminized, Thursday, May 11 at the Russian church, Rev. Paul Shadora officiating. It was con ceded to be one of the prettiest wed dings ever witnessed in Seldovia. Miss Bowen was attended by her sister, Mrs. Chas. Olssen as maid of honor, and fourteen of Seldovia’s prettiest young girls acted as brides maids. All were daintily gowned in white, and formed a charming group about the bridal couple during the ceremony. Anton Johansen acted as best man, and Messrs. Harry Markle, Andrew Johnson, Julius Christiansen and Ira I). Nordyke were crown bear- i ers. The marriage ceremony of the Russian church at all times is an im pressive one, but was especially so on this occasion because of the atmo sphere of Spring that was introduced by the first appearance of Spring flowers. After the ceremony the bride and groom were showered with the usual old shoes and rice, and all was merry for every one until a late hour in the evening. Mrs. Rhodes, mother of the brl(?e. entertained the bridal party, and the many friends of the bride and groom at her home following the wedding ceremony, later in the evening, the entire populace of Seldovia gathered in one of the Scldovia’s large and spacious halls, and danced until after midnight. Mrs. Husby cut the bridal cake in the presence of at least sixty people, and much merriment resulted from the favors in the cake. It looks as if there might be another cake to be cut in the near future. The people of Seldovia were some what startled to find a marshal in their midst after the arrival of the Evans on the ninth. The majority of the population has signed a petition urging the court to appoint Ira D. Nordyke as commissioner, but a mar NOTICE OF FORFEITURE l'o li. L. H. Marshall, Hilda Marshall, Charles D. Haven, F. G. Miller, Riley E. Dill, John lrwine, E. H. Herndon and George Rabehl, de ceaseds heirs, executors, auinims trators or assigns: You and each of you are hereby notitied thai the undersigned Co Owner has expended the sum of One hundred dollars ($100.00) in labor and improvements upon the Blank Associ ation group of placer mining claims, consisting of 160 acres, located on the Right Limit of Nugget Gulch, a tri butary of Cache Creek, in the Cook Inlet Precinct, Third Division, Terri tory of Alaska, in order to hold said placer mining claim, for the year ending December 31st, A. D., 1915, and if within Ninety (90) days from the service of this notice upon you, or the complete publication thereof, you fail or refuse to contribute your pro portion of said expenditure as Co Owners, your interests will become the property of the undersigned, : under and pursuant to the Revised ' Statutes of the United States. Dated at Susitna, Alaska, this 20th, day of March, A. D., 1916. AL. STINSON. j First publication March 2,7 1916. Last publication July 12, 1916. THE SEWARD LIGHT AND POWER CO. Incorporated November 1905 under the Law* of the Territory of Alaska S. M. GRAFF, President and General Manager Contractors and dealers in Electric Supplies and Apparatus. Office- At the Station. TELEPHONE MAIN 123 _^ The All-Alaska Review 25 Cents the Copy $2.50 per Year in Advance Subscribe Now for the Journal that gives you News of All Parts of the Territory of Alasha chal was smoehting that even the most far sighted had not thought of. Mr. Fred Cameron, who is now the deputy marshal, was stationed at Copper Center until that office was discontinued some time ago. He hsa rented the residence of Anton Johan sen and the place is now being re-ar ranged to suit the needs of Mr. Cameron and his office. Quarters for both men and women prisoners are being built, and the place is already beginning to look the part, that is, of a building occupied by an officer of the government. Mr. Cameron ex pects to bring his family to Seldovia in the near future. Chas. Day of Valdez, who is a fre quent visitor in Seldovia, arrived on a recent boat, and is remaining for a while in order to attempt to get to to some iron property that he is inter ested in. To date the snow is so deep that it is impossible to do much work in the hills. Mr. Lindebergcr, a heavy stock holder in the Columbia Salmon Co., is visiting the holdings of that com pany. This cannery recently suffer ed a back set, because of the damage to one of their pile drivers during a severe blow. The men in charge of the pile driver had considerable diffi culty in getting ashore, but the pile driver was the only real sufferer. Capt. 1. D. Nordyke has chartered his boat the Hose Hud to Mr. Hush man of (loose Hay. Mr. Nordyke will operate the Rosebud during the time of the charter. Mr. and Mrs. Husby, Andrew John i son and family recently left for the vicinity of West Forelands where the men will salt salmon this summer. They will use the gas boat Alice dur ing the season. Mrs. James Ward and children left for Knik on the Tyonic. Rev. Faul Shadura of Kenai was a visitor in Seldovia and English bay for several days. F. C. Hubbell of Des Moines, Iowa, arrived on a recent boat accompanied by his valet. Shortly after his arrival he left for Snug harbor to fish and hunt. He is desirous of securing a hide of two of the ferocious brown bear. Should Mr. Hubbell bag his game early during the trip, he will return to Dos Moines for a few months, and then come back for moose and sheep in September or thereabout. J. H. Lee accompanied him as guide. The trip across the In let was made in Mr. Lee’s gas boat, the “Sea Gull.” The two tugs that were dispatched to Seldovia bay to tow the Barge Sperm to Anchorage were delayed a Royal Bakery has reopened. Fresh Bread daily. A STURDY CHILD DURABLY GARBED [King's blue clmmbray forms the corselet of this small gown, which takes a plaid kilt, blue and w'hlte gingham and a white pique guimpe of scalloped edges. Stitch ed -on straps around the armholes are piped by bias strips and held by white crochet buttons. This is an attractive de sign for ten-year-oids.} Meet me at The Branch. U. S. Flag Again in Pacific Service (Special to Gatewuy by United Preaa) NEW YORK, May 16.—At u special meeting of the stockholders of the resuscitated Pacific Mail Steamship Company here today, it was expected that an increase in the capital stock will be authorized, making the amount $4,000,000 instead of $1,000,000. New money is to be provided to pay for three vessels recently purchased. This insures the restoration of the American flag to the Trans-Pacific service. The offer has been underwritten, without a commission, by the Ameri can International Corporation and W. R. Grace & Co. The old Pacific Mail Steamship Company was in the process of liqui dation, following the enactment of the La Eollette Seaman’s law, when the Southern Pacific’s controlling interest was acquired by the American Inter national Corporation and W. R. Grace & Co. The five largest vessels had already been sold to the International Mercan tile Marine Company, but seven coast wise vessels, the largest at 7,800 tons displacement, were transferred to the new' interests. They own much Pacific ! Mail stock, bought in the open market after the reduction in capitalization from $20,000,000 to $1,000,000, and are understood to own now about <o per cent of the stock. Three new vessels, the Venezuela, Columbia and Ecuador, built in Hol land last year, have recently been 1 purchased from the Royal Dutch West ! India Mail Line, to be put into service | on the Pacific, running from San Francisco to Japan, China, and the Philippines, thus restoring the Ameri I can flag to transpacific service. For the twelve months ended with February total earnings of the Pacific Mail were $1,664,936, and profits $371,488, against $271,264 earned la*t year. G. J. Baldwin, president, says revenues from the Panama line during the ensuing twelve months should ex ceed the earnings of last year and that the net revenue from the three new steamers should exceed the total net revenue from the balance of the fleet in the current fiscal year. The American International Cor poration is thought to own what amounts to a controlling interest in the International Mercantile Marine, having acquired, according to report, 30 per cent, of the stock in the open market in the last few weeks. number of days because of the tides. The Sperm was towed to Homer where they expect to take on about one hundred and fifty horses belong ! ing to the government and convey j them to Anchorage. Mrs. Louis Osness and Nora Ander son are visiting at Anchorage for a week or so. —————— Oyster Cocktails at “The Branch." NOTICE. - Go to Brown & Hawkins for all kinds of mechanics' tools and build ers’ hardware. “Quality First.” We are now baking 400 loaves of fine bread every morning. Don’t for get it is 4 loaves for 25 cents. COOPER’S CAFE. ---- New' assortment or Taney cookies. Special “Kaiser Jumbles.” Brown & 1 Hawkins, “Quality First” ---- NOTICE The business of the Seward Club has this day been taken over by Frank L. Torrey,—H. E. Hopkins retiring. ! All obligations of the business are assumed by Mr. Torrey and all ac counts due the Seward Club are pay able to Mr. Torrey. FRANK L. TORREY. Oyster Cocktails at “The Branch." — No advertiser can afford to omit the Seward Gateway. Waterfill & Frazier whiskey at “The Branch." Get“More Money” for your Foxes Black. 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