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Program For 8
| Tomorrow |
The A. B. Vaudeville and Dance to
be given tomorrow night under the
auspices of Camp Seward, No. 21, will
be a delightful affair. After the show j
will come the big dance.
The following is the program:
Mrs. McNeer. Pianist.
Mrs. Erwin E. Wright, Violinist.
Bert Denny, Drums and Taps.
1. Moving Picture “Comedy”.!
.Courtesy Empress Theatre
2. Vocal Solo.Solvjyg’s Song
Edvard Grieg
Mrs. E. 0. Sawyer
”. Southern Lullaby.Direction i
Mrs. Frank Waller
4. Violin Solo Ave Maria -llaeh
(iouno«l.
Mrs. Erwin E. Wright
f». Vocal Solo.Selected
Mrs. W. li. McKay
G. Comedy.Johnny Kacerosky
7. Vocal Solo.Out in the Open
Meadow . Stewart
Mrs. A. Christensen
8. An Adapted Interpretation of
Milton’s “COMUS"
“Mirth.” the half sister of
Comus. steals and drinks her
brother’s enchanted goblet of
wine not knowing it is. poisoned.
Miss Hallett’s dance is a brief
interpretation of this iiu ident
taken from Gaylig’s classic myth.
Miss Lucille Hallett
9. Vocal Solo.Se’eetec
Bryce Howard
10. Closing Chorus
hiCH STRIKE OF («OI I)
MADE ON MT. Jl NEAT'
JUNEAU. — John Perelle has run
across rich bunches of quartz on the
(ioldstein group of claims on th*’ sal
mon creek side of Mt. Juneau and ad
joining the Hallum group.
In a large piece of quartz brought
to the city by Mr. Perelle may be see”
specks of gold sticking out. if such
samples were found in almost any
other mining camp they wouul cause
•i wild stampede.
It is not the first time, either, that
iMiuaUv as rich hunks of quartz have
hem taken from the same group, or
from different places on Mt. Juneau,
hut what makes it important is the
fact that it is said to have been found
at several poinU in the 48-foot pros
pect tunnel which has been driven to
cross-cut the ledge on the (ioldstein
group.
Mining men believe that the time is
not far distant when the whole Sal
mon side of Mt. Juneau will be worked
as extensively as in the same Juneau
gold belt of the Alaska-Juneau Com
pany and the Alaska Ciastineau Com
pany. Fx.
Best cigars and refreshments at
Terminal Bar. See ad. ll-t-tf
Hansen’s Famous Lineman’s special
guantlets and short gloves.
Brown & Hawkins, “Quality First.”
Oyster Cocktails at “The Branch.”
; EMPRESSTHEATRE
I Sunday, Oct. 15. ™°
\ NEW TIME
1 PATHF NEWS No. 45
PATHWAY OF THE WEST
I
A splendid 2 reel drama Kav i5ee Film Co.
CANNON BALL
A roaring 2 reel Keystone Comedv
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Starts NEW TIME
Mrs.e Maud D. Cattle g
Will arrive on or aU>ut tin* 18TH OF OCTOBER with a
lull iiii** of g!
LADIES' READY-IO-HEAR GOODS jj
AND FURNISHINGS. These goods are direct from New 8'
York* Will In? shown at the Overland Hotel. It will he x
remembered that we were there last spring with a line of Q
goods, ami have a more complete line now. 8
the BROADWAY CAFE
THE PLACE OF GOOO EATS
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Everything in season and service the very best
PRIVATE BOXES FOR LADIES AND PARTIES
MURPHY & TAD IH, PROPRS.
TRY “THE KEY”
EVERYBODY'S STORE
CLAUDE MATHISON. Propr.
POOL AND BILLIARDS j
CIGARS & TOBACCOS
ICE CREAM FROM FRESH MILK
Candies and Confectionery
BEATING THE DRY LAW
During a recent investigation at
| Seattle, inaugurated by ti State
Board of Pharmacy for the < irpose
| of inquiring into the case of vwenty
j seven Seattle druggists who had been
; charged with violating the dry law,
evidence was submitted which showed
that the president of the board had
taken out liquor permits sufficient to
keep a large community supplied.
The following is the list which was in
troduced at the quiz:
January 16—Forty-five gallons of
alcohol; one case of champagne; fif
teen gallons of brandy; one case of
Burgundy wine.
February lM—Thirteen and one-half
| barrels of sherry; one half barrel of
port; ten gallons of gin; live gallons
of brandy; one case of Scotch
whiskey; three cases of brandy; one
case of malt Rainier; one case of
whiskey; one case of gin; one case of
cordial; one case of vermouth; one
keg ot rum.
March 20—One barrel of whiskey;
one case of 1*1 mouth gin; one case
(Jordon gin; one case Scotch whis
ky; one case of Bourbon whisky.
May 25—One barrel of whisky.
June 10—Eighteen dozen bottles of
! malt Rainier.
In addition to the items enumer
ated, it was charged also that the
president of the board had laid in a
large stock of whiskey before the dry
law went into effect, something like
twenty-five barrels of booze hav't.g
1 eon purchased before the first of tnc
year.
Tomorrow, Saturday, Oct. 14. will
be CANDY day at “THE KEY." At
tractive prices in box and bulk cand-1
ies. See the window display. All 5c
packages of candies and chewing j
gum. <> for 25 cts. All 10 c packages
of chewing gum 2 for 25ets. Other
candies in proportion. REMEMBER
SATURDAY ONLY.
REPORT MADE ON ROADS
IN ALL DISTRICTS
The Gateway has received a copy of
! the annual report of the board of road
commissioners for Alaska, headed by!
Col. Richardson, giving the woik in
detail in various districts and the
cost per mile.
The board has been in existence 10
years and during that time have
maintained 1)01.8 miles of wagon road
and 577.5 miles of winter sled roads
land 2,167.5 miles of trail. In this
work the board has expended a total
of $1,480,413.83 of territorial funds|
accruing in the “Alaska Fund,” and
$1,(500,000 in special appropriations1
from congress, making a total of $3,
080,413.83.
After two years' experience the
board gives the following cost:
Wagon road, $2,000 per mile.
Winter sled road, $250 per mile.
Trail, $100 per mile.
This includes surveys, maintenance
and all overhead charges since the be
ginning of the work.
NOTICE OF SALE
The Alaska Northern Railway Com
pany will sell its four buildings situ
ated between First and Third Avenues
on the waterfront at Seward. These
buildings until recently were rented
for warehouse and storage purposes.
Award will bo made 2 I*. M., October
17. 1016. Blank form of proposal may*
be obtained by calling at Room 2.
Second Floor of Railroad Building.
A. CHRISTENSEN,
Mgr. Land and Industrial Dept.
New Shipment
* —OF—
101b. WOOL BLANKETS
U rbacH
Wt* carry a complete slock and are prepared to supply your wants <
from 11le most carefully selected line of Drug's and Sundries in Alaska. 5
Send us your orders. ^ 5
i resellpuous
l ace ami C old Creams
Rexall Household Remedies
1’atent Medicines
Cotton \ Bandages
Klastic Stockings
Trusses* & Crutches
Abdominal Belts
Suspensories
Hand Mirrors
Bath Requisites
Safety Razors & Blades
Syringes & Hot Water Bags
Brushes
Russian & American Oils
Kodaks ,
Thermos Bottles
Candy
Flashlights <
Magazines <
Pictures <
Moccasins <
Post Cards ]
Stationery j
Pyralin Ivory Ware ]
Blank Books S
Waterman Pens (Fountain) S
Typewriter Supplies S
Hand Bags & Purses
Cigars & Tobacco 2
Agents for— 5
AUGUSTINE KYER CANDIES 3
EASTMAN KODAKS 8
WATERMAN FOUNTAIN PENS 8
REX ALL HOUSEHOLD REMEDIES 8
TYRRELLS CASCADE INTERNAL BATH 8
SEWARD DRUG CO.
Successors to the ALASKA PHARMACY 8
SEWARD ALASKA g
SPfn\\ K\\ F ECONOMY JARS, PINTS, $IJ5 l)oz.
Ol 1 1/lrtL OrtLL .. .. yUAkps, 1.25 Doz.
• ,u‘ BAZAAR «ui'^rVariety Store !
j. H.V. HOBEN A. F. DAVIS
ALASKA TRANSFER
H. V. HOBEN, Manager
--Dealers In
COAL, WOOD AND ICE
j Genera! Transferring Phone., Main !7 and 4!
Gruen
$40.001»
Watches
George the Jeweler ; I
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NEWS NOTES
Anchorage is now making a strong
effort to huve a lot of money spent
over there by the Alaska Road Com
mission. It seems to want all the
money of both commissions and who
can blame it? It wants the money of
the Hoad Commission to build feeders
for the railroad 4>f the engineering
commission and it will probably be a
little sore if it does not get what it
asks right away. No one can exactly
blame Sister Anchorage for this, only
it is to be hoped its soreness will not
develope into abuse of officials.
Mrs. Gibbs, wife of the timekeeper
of the railroad, has left to spend a
couple of months visiting her friends.
She will return home for Christmas.
Have a look at our “Patick Duluth”
Mackinaw coats, the biggest line ever
shown in town.
.Brown & Hawkins, “Quality First.”
1 ' * mm m■ ■■ -
Waterfill & Frazier wniskey at
“The Branch.”
FOR SALE
Furniture for three rooms; kitch
en, sitting room and bedroom. Price
right for quick sale. Apply Chas.
Dehne, Adams St. tf.
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FOR RENT
New house, furnished, ready to
move in. Rent $15.00. Apply Bazaar.
“MONEY
BACK”
If you are not satisfied. Some
thing new. One and one-quar
ter lbs. in glass jars for
FIFTY CENTS
Gold Medal H.ghrst A*ard P. P. I E.
Sanitary Packed Quality F»r»t
BROWN 6 HAWKINS
Exclusive Agents
OFFICE OF STAMP DEPUTY
WILL SOON BE ABOLISHED
JUNEAU. — Harley J. Turner,
deputy collector of Internal Revenue
for the sale of stamps under the Em-i
or gene y Act, has received instruction
from David J. Williams, collector of
internal revenue, that the Juneau ol
five will be abolished after Oct. 15.
The abolition of the ofliee is due to the <
repeal of Congress of the provisions
of the tax law requiring certain
; wines, cordials and liquors, instru
ments, deeds, and other writing:, to
I he stamped with a revenue stamp.!
After Oct. 15th, the old regime will
be restored when cigar makers,
brewers and others need stamps, that,
is, they must send direct to Tacoma
therefor.—Dispatch.
■■■■I ' ■——— ' II —i ■■ 1.1 M «
Job printing of every description al
fhe Gateway.
\\ \ N I I D
To rent a piano. See Cateway.
FOUND
Hoys overcoat. Owner can have
same by paying for ad.
.'V\ \ TvS„ ;-r
Are you awake to the fact that
this store makes the finest Ice Cream,
and carries the best Hand .Made
Chocolates in town? If not it’s hit'll
time you knew it and also the fact
that it makes the lowest price on it-*
Merchandise.
TOBACCO,CIGARS AND
CONFECTIONERY
HETTEL’S The Kodak Store.
ISriMdwity. Sntiird
Big Show Saturday Night
8:30, Oct. 14, A. B. Hall
7 HIGH CLASS ACTS
SOMB SI.'Ill'RISKS
GENERAL ADMISSION ... 50C
NO KXIKA ClfAKGK KOK HANOI NO
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Seward, Alaska, October!), 1910
Considerable dissatisfaction having been ex
pressed by our customers at the change in time, we
have decided, beginning. October 10th, to go back
to the old, or Standard time.
BANK OK SKWABI)
II. S. Bai.dkpstox,
Cashier
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Your Own Overcoat
Should be as much a part of your
individuality as your suit.
Ed. V. Price &> Co.
will embody exclusiveness, style
and comfort in your Overcoat and
it will surely please in every respect.
See our new woolens—J\[ O W7
BROWN & HAWKINS
Large Outfitters-General Merchandise
SEWARD "QUALITY FIRST” ANCHORAGE

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