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KANSAS GOOD STATE!
HUTCHINSON. Kan., Nov. 13?On? ! reason for tho success of Civic Tm- 1 provement week, observed in this city . last spring, and Inaugurated largely ' through club womeu, was that every s body was made to roe; responsible for children were asked to co-operate, and thus tho people of tho city, in con junction with the city commission, tho fire department, ministers, club wom en, motion picture shows," Commer cial Club, boy scouts and Y. M. C. A., were able by joining forces to carry on a campaign which brought actuf.l re sults in a short time. How Plans Worked Out In order that there might be no misunderstanding as to method of pro cedure, the mayor issued an order ap pointing. Thursday as Are prevention day, Friday as tree-planting day and Saturday as clean-up day. The follow ing week was.called paint-up week, and by the time tho last day had come the city was in Its Sunday best One feature of clcau-up day was the gathering of dandelions by school chll-> drea. They were dug up root and all and brought to the Y. M. C. A., where S. P. JJ. o.| v prise of five dollars was given to the jirls who brought In tho largest quan :ity,' which In this Instance was 174 gallons. Prizes ranging from on.- dollar to 8ve dollars were also given to those participating In tho clean-up v.-ork. in addition. each of tho helpers received and packages of dower seeds. Two thousand tickets were distributed and 500 packages of seed. Definite Action Taksn. Tho campaign was carried on syste matically. This accounts largely for Its success. Things wero -tiono at a definite time and in a definite way. Before tho campaign wtn really open ed 2i boy scouts, each captain of one of the 24 districts Into which tho city trlbuled 4000 circulars among tho householders, tolling them to prepare for the work boforo tbem. Not only did the boys distribute those circulars. They also took notes a3 they mado their rounds and later turnod in to the chief of police written reports of un sightly back yards and alleys which they had discovered. Every captain selected an assistant to help him supervise the cleaning up of his particular district, and squads of school boys and girls helped with the actual work. They went froih house to house, calling attention to conditions that needed to bo Improved, and when the householders seomcd In different tho children showed them how quickly the work could bo done. Teams and wagons mado the rounds of the city, carrying off rubbish for a nominal price, and club women officiat ed as district inspectors. They drove around through alleys to sec how effec tively these had been cleared out On tree-planting day nearly 400 elms, polare, maples, etc., were set out by the city park department and numbers of trees were planted by individuals. AEROPLANE FOR NOME NEXT YEAR NOME, Oct. 13.?It is now assured that Nome will have with them next year an aeroplane the same to arrivo on the first steamer from the outside next Spring, and to be used as the means of transportation to all points on the Seward peninsula, a machine with a carrying capacity of approxi mately 1,000 pounds with a motive power of 120 horse power. It is to be a biplane, resembling the type known as the Curtiss, with a ca bin situated between the wings, ca pable of accommodating seven passen gers comfortably besides the opera tor. The cabin will be completely en closed, with windows to allow passen gers a commanding view of the entire country below and around over which they will travel. It will affqrd a means whereby points now required the better part of a week to make, will take only a mat ter of a few bourse, as for instance, Solomon, and Bluff are only three quarters of an hour away. Council, one and one-half, and^St. Michael on ly two hours, Teller one and a quar ter hours. York will be made in one and three-quarters and Weewalik in a trifle ovor thrso hours. This will provide a means whero by the operator will have an oppor tglty to begin hit operation much i earlier In the season, and remain with them longer In the fall, make more weighing ttom 100 to GOO pounds, to a matter,of little concern I. tylll-ellru iaatn the ihcohvonlcnc'-'' of road trav el, seasickness of water travel and get. one to ihok destination in the Quickest possible time that mar has chin.-, will bo convertible. It will typo. of Just such a conveyance as this and when tboy say that it is u "Godsend CHISANA OUTPUT WILL BE QUARTER MILLION Jim Martin and Andy Uerron'reached Fairbanks yesterday, bound for Ruby, whore they expect- to spend tho winter prospecting. They went to the Chis down the river to Fairbanks. Regard ing the Chisaua, Martin saya that, bo far as he could learn, tho output for the summer was but slightly loan than a quarter of a million. Although there was considerable gold taken, out, there ! was very little money made by any one, and some of tho operators went in debt. What ho considers tho grcat j est drawback is tho amount of royalty i demanded by the property owners, themajority of them asking from 40 to 60 per cent. On 4 and 6. Bonanza, and on 1, Eldorado, Harry Hamshaw took out approximately $115,000. Of this sum, the cldorado claim produced almost half. Bob Wiley, on the two claims above Hamshaw, on Bonanza, took out $23,000, while Fred Best, cleaned up a little more than $17,000 on a part of No. 3. The operators further up the stream on Bonanza took out, in tho aggregate In tho neighborhood of $19,000. On Little Eldorado, Carl Whitham cleaned up about $16,000 on 2 abovo. On No. 3 above. Johansen and part ner took out about one-third that sum. On 2, Bonanza, Johanson & Co., took out about $13,500. Mike O'Malley took out $2,500 on Big Eldorado, and another outfit on' tho same creek cleanup up an equal ' amount. A man named Williams took out about $2,000, but Martin didn't know on what grouud he was work ing. Charlie^ Stone was reported to have mined $20,000, and tho Morgan outfit on Gold Run, cleanup in tho neighborhood of $17,000. Thore wero several other small out fits who took out small amounts, of money uIbo, making the total about $234,000.?(Times.) TRADE COMMISSION SOON TO BE NAMED WASHINGTON, Nov. 20. ? Within the next month or six weeks, the bu reau of corporations will become tho Federal trade commission, presided over by a board of flvo men whoso ap pointments the President will make early in December. Already the bureau is winding up its affairs, with tho issuing of the final volume on tho lumber industry, deal ing with prico fixing; a report on farm tools, being the last volumo of the re-, port on the Harvester Trust; a report on corporation taxes; and an exhaus tive study of trust laws and methods of handling big business In this coun try and abroad. Although none of tho officials wish to be quoted, it is said that some "dynamite" is included in some of thoso farewell documents. The bureau of corporations is ono of tho businest organiations in Washing ton. Commissioner Joseph E. Davis is the mnn at the helm, and it is gener ally believed that he will bo the first appointee of the flvo men the Presi dent will select for tho new trade bu reau. Tho trade commission was conceiv ed and has been brought to maturity on the idea that the trouble with bus iness is not much that it is big, incur ably bad, or indifferent to the nccdB of tho public from which it draws its support, as that it has been permeated by unfair practices, tho abolition of which would mean tho cleaning out of business evils. , Tho new trade bureau will bo a clearing house of business information of such a character as to enable busi ness, spurred by public opinion,'to set itself in order without undue pain. Many prominent men stood hoartily back of the idea from the beginning, and it will come iuto power with many friends in the business world, in con trast to thoopenlng work of tho Inter ?-^ Thin sympathy botwcon the commis sion and business, will of courco give professionally suspicious persons, and unless President Wflson plays in ox traordinary good Juiqk, hit; appolnt odly meet with strong minority opposi tion. REPORT IS ISSUED trick:. This is illustrated by both to siiltF. not forth clearly Indicate that belt which has already produced gold therefore been very high. For this paid to the gold-bearing quam veins of the region, some of which glvo pro up'by railroads ;.nd wagon roads, noroo doubtedly take .placo, and tho gold' bearing gravels of leBsor teuor can thon bo mined nt a profit, aummor is the author of the report which Is just off the press. It is a I large book. Illustrated, and covering tho ground thoroughly and accompan ied by a bunch of tho latest geologi cal maps. Every miner in those dls-j trlcts should have a copy, which mayi bo had freo by writing direct to the) U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.?-(News Minor, Fairbanks.) CreBta salted almonds, pocans and Alberts at Goldstein's Emporium. ?! ll-23-2t. STERLING SILVER ?4"? Our stock of silverware la no large and varied?tho range of prices bo j groat--that it becomes a simple mat tor to ohooBo a gift whether It be for a small amount or an extravagant one. Wo extend a cordial invitation to visit us and you will not bo Importuned to buy. I. J. SHARICK, Jeweler and Op Ladles, we can sen you rurs ax /z the price of a year ago. W. H. CA8E. 11-14-tf Ladles' furs at less than cost at W. H. CASE. 11-14-tf Look for Juneau Drug Co.'c special on page 6. 11-16-tf (Sifts tljat (Slaiiiiftt FOR HER Parisian Ivory? Brushes Toilet Cases. Mirrors. Band Bags. Toilet Sets: Manicure Sets. Haind-Palnted China. Slivered Ware. Peculators. Chafing Dishes. Pillow Tops. Leather Novelties. Perfumes. Toilet Articles. Stationery. Candy. Cut Glass. Clocks. Silver Mesh Bags. Mirrors. Perfume Atomizers. Christmas Cards. Christmas Seals. FOR HIM Parisian Ivory? Toilet Caaos Traveling Cases. Military Brushes. Toilet Cases. Manicure Sets. Traveling Casec. Safety Razors. Stationery. Card Cases. Smoking Sets. Shaving Sets. Cigars. Candy. Toilet Articles. Purses. Fountain Pens. Leather Novelties. Collar Bags. Knives. Christmas Cards. Christmas Seats. BRITT'S PHARMACY THE REXALL STORE Let Me Mate Tour Christmas Suit You will be justly proud of your appearance in a suit I made to fit your person ality. My moderate prices will appeal to you. See my imported fabrics. Let me make your Christmas - Suit I C. CARLSON US FRONT ST. JUNEAU Phone 144. LISTEN Do you realize that winter is at hand, and that the cold weather and Taku winds are com ing,?and that we have to keen warm?so why .not investigate into the heater question today. The Great Charter Qat Will Be Found in Our Store Tfie Juneau Furniture Co. Juneau's Only REAL Furniture Store Juneau Music House JUST RECEIVED ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF BUSH & LANE, WESER BROS. KNIGHT, BRUIKEROFF, PIANOS, EDISON, VICTOR AND COL UMBIA TALKING MACHINES. PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING?W? make a specialty of thla work, by our competont tuner. All work guaranteed. J P. L. GRAVES, Mgr. REXALL DRUG STORE FRONT STREET DRUG STORE Douglas, Alaska. Douglas, Alaska. ELMER E. SMITH, Prop %V" =:? PboM 383 Strictly First Claja Juneau Construction Co. Contractors ?IStore and offle? tlx- II . ^turea. ML-w Ion furni ture. PUlninx raUl Wood tumimr. rJand uvinz. JUNEAU. ALASKA. ' PRIVATE BUSINBSS SCHOOL Under Supervision of Prof. H. D. Poore Shorthand, Typewriting:, Pen manship. Spelling, English and Letter-writing Day classes. 10 a. m. to 1 p. m. Evenlnjr classes, Mon.. Wed. and KrL 7:30 to 9 APARTMENT 6. CUTV APARTMENTS j Apples Are Cheap J | We have several hundred boxes now in. These range from | $1.25 tc ? ?~r~.r ? ... ?? All Fancy Stock. Give Us Your Orders Karly I U I PAYMnNFl COMPANY I X 8 Be I a 8V a a a v ft 9 * 1 M Groceries & Glotfiing (> nl.' ?>- ' -?-> O ? 1 PllONK NUMBER 28 ? & I Sale of Hfttjamttt Overcoats FULL LINED WITH SERVICEABLE CEDAR-CLIFF SILK . 1 TIte Standard Price $30.00?Special $25.00 Instead of boasting of our strength, j| .v? ocmonotrato It?and with a cash- ? In-hiind benoflt to you, Tho merger i of the two time-honored houses oo- ?j tabllsbcd ours as the biggest tailor ing organization doyotcd to high grade read-for-service garments la New York?tho fountain-head of style for all tho.world. What tho mergor means to you ?what direct benoflts it has creat ed for you?is manifested in tho quality and prices of Bonjamln Cor rect Clothes for Discerning Men and Young Men. Now, thon, to drivo home to you ?to demonstrate our strength be yond contention and to your full conviction, wo have organized, with the co-operation of representative merchants, n national aalo of Sfnjamtn GLAMORGAN oVKKCOATS Wy ^cnjAii^InoO^cwyork li H?k?r#>oT 1 5enjan\in Qoifjes Mado by Alfred Benjamin-Washing ton Co., New York. The Standard Price $30 At $25. A new and exclusive Benjamin Model, generous In proportions, with all the "custom" oar-marks. The fabric Is a flno American mel ton In dark Oxford. Full-lined with heavy, serviceable Cedar-Cliff silk, and silk sleeve-lining, the garmont satisfies every need for dress and general service. Keep In mind that the price Is $25, and the value, $30. We believe that your previous experiences wljl incline you to make the value $05 after the coat has given you a sea sons service. REPRESENTATIVE MERCHANTS WHO HAVE THE DEMONSTRATION GLAMORGAN ON SALE: g B. M. Bohrends, Juneau ALASKA Valdoz Mercantile Co. Valdoz Schwartz Broa. Co. Biabeo, ARIZ. Pfeifor Broa. Littlo Rock, ARK. H. Strauss Co. Hot Springs 4 Alex. Rico Montgomory, ALA. Q. \V. Holotz Oakland, CAL. Bonbough & Glllonn San Dlogo W. B. HobBon San Jobo I Borgor's San FranciBco Albort Elkuti Sacramento } A. Bang Co. Fresno Job. Smith & Co. Los Angeles J. I. Elsenborg Santa Barbara Powers, Bchn Co., Denver, COLO. Taub Bros. Puoblo B. G. Bobbins Estate, Colorado Springs f, Kltoloy & Vyoo Longemoat "Sago, Allon ? Co. N Hartford, CONN. J. Johnson & Sons, New Haven Jonon, Morgan & Co. Watorbury Hub Clothing Co., Bridgeport Southwick Shops, Washington, D. C. ; j J. T. Mullin & Son, Wilmington, DEL. Standard CIo. Co., Jacksonville, FLA. a Benson Clothing Co., Macon, GEORGIA Carlton Shoo & Clc. Co., Atlanta J. B. White & Co., Augusta Blumborg Bros.. Savannah Wingflold Bros.. Athens M. Aloxandor, Boiso City, IDA. Jepson it Farrell, Clinton, IOWA A. Franchere Co., Codar Rapids <?; Boachy & Lawlor, Chicago, ILL. Romeiocr Clothing Co. Bellovlllo K- The Model, Monmouth Tho B. & M.. Ueoria i|"j Buck, Roberts ? Black, Springflold Blumonthal Co., Marion 1ND. Quality Clo. Co., Girard, KAN8. . Grconflold Clo. Co., Wichita Johnson & Carl, Lawrence ? S. V. Barth & Co., Atchison | i Issao Wright, Columbus pj 0. E. Unsoll. Arkansas City p Palace Clo. Co., Topoka Ettonson, Winnig D. G. Co., Leavenworth Levy Bros., Louisville, KY. M. Lovy & Sons, Shrovport, LA. [ Roos Brothers, Now Orleans Lowiston Clo. Co. Lowieton, ME. g Allen & Co., Portland Tho Hub, Baltimore, MD. fej S. T. Paterson, Lynn, MASS. J. R. Nowman & Sons, Pittsfleld W. Grossman, Taunton Clark & Friend, Salom R. H. Sugatt, Lawrence Shoughruo & Ripley, Springfield Soutliwick Shops, Boston Talbot & Co., New Bedford Merrimack Clothing Co., Lowoll Travor Bird Co., Detroit, MICH. Griggs & ButenBChocn. Saginaw D. H. Malonoy, Sault Sto Mario Aberwnld' & Drake, St. Paul. MINN. Powers Mercantile Co., Minneapolis J. E. Noiison, Oxford, MISS. St. Louis Clothing' Co. Scdalla, MO. F. A. Stoor F. G. Co., St. Louis John Thrallklll, Warren3borg Woolf Bros. F. G. Co., Kansas City Newman Mercantile Co., Joplin A. J. Bundschu, Independence Globe Clo. Co., Springfield H. B. Gilfallion, Mobcrly W. E. Clark, Nevada The Hub, Helena, MONT. D. J. Donohuc, Missoula Hcnncssy Mercantile Co., Butte Geo. Pray & Co., Omaha, NEBR. S. N. Wolbach & Sons, Grand Island Indian Hend Clo., Nashua, N. H. H. Gelsmar, Hohoken, N. J. The London Shops, Atlantic City Chas. Levy Passaic C. N. Polasky. Dover L. Bamberger & Co ewarlc F. W. Donnelly Co.. Trenton M. Mandcll. Albuquerque, N. M. Thos McBrlde, Troy N. Y. Stephens Copplngor Co.. Brooklyn J. R. Miller Co., Watertown Moshor, Griswold & Co., Auburn. Silberberg Bros., Suspension Bridge Clarence! Trosset, Utlca Whlllock Bros., Rochester Whalcn & Noonan, Cohocs Boyco & Milwaln, Albany Flint & Kent, Buffalo A. E. Ruggles, Middlotown Williamson's, Gloversvllle Wm. G. White (himself), NEW YORK CITY Geo. G. Boujamln, Fifth Ave. Building Lord & Taylor, Fifth Ave. and 37th St. Cross & Llnchnn, Raleigh. N. C. Boyles Bros. Co., Winston-Salem W. A. Slater Co., Durham Tate-Brown Co., Charlotte J. & D. Oottlnger, WJlson M. V. Mooro Co., Ashevllle W. C. Green, Canton, emu.", a Bennett & Pish, Cleveland 3 Koch Bros., Alliance L. Rlnchart & Bro., East Liverpool g T'nlon Clo. Co., Columbus Mablcy & Carcw, Cincinnati ? John Mockett Co., Toledo w Olsiui Clo, Co., Tulsa, OKLA. Witt, Badgett Co., Olalioma City Jtill Bros., Astoria, ORECON N. K. West Co., La Grnndo Buffman &. Pendleton, Portland H Bond Bros., Pendleton Kramer Bros., Scranton, PA. ManDonald & Campbell, Philadelphia Phlpps & Sykos, Franklin Sides & Sides, Harrisburg Girvin & Co., Lancaster Murray & Klovins, Altcona Fred Balmond, Groensburg . The Hub, Wilkos-Parre Kaufuuan Bros., Pittsburgh Shepard Co., Providence, R. I. Talbot & Co., Newport Bent-.chner & Visanska, Charleston, S. C. Buxbnum Clo. Co. Sioux Falls, S. D. Hardio & Caudlo, Chattanooga. TENN. J. S. Hall's Sons, Knoxovlllc Oak Hall Memphis Jos. Frank & Son, Nashville Morris Bros.. Houston, TEXAS Hlrschilcld &. Andorscn, Austin Joake Bros. Co. San Antonio E. M. Kahn & Co., Dallas Robt. I. Cohen, Galveston R. C. Lightbody Co., El Paso Chas. S. Cox, Temple P. B. M. Co., Wichltti Falls Siegcl Clo. Co. Salt Lake, UTAH Brown, Carlson, Tresedor Co., Ogdon Garis-Rady Co., Richmond, VA. Werthclmcr & Co., Ncwsport News Bush & Hancock, Roanoko Cheatham Clo. Co., Lynchburg W. H. Wood, Charlottsville E. C. Cheast.v, Seattle, WASH. Blythe & Blythe, Abordoon Blytho & Blythe, Ccntralia Spokane D. G. Co.. Spokane S. B. Elsman, Fairmont, W. VA. Northcott-Tatc-Hagy Co. Huntington Werthoimer Sona & Co., Sistersvillo Ivrauus Bros., Wheeling Stumpf & Langhoff, Milwaukee, WIS Max J. Moyer, Cheyenne, WYO. I B. M. Betirends Company, Inc. | lit1 ? ii. ? ARCTIC BROTHERHOOD. f\. Juneau Camp. No. 31. moota. ovcry Tuesday night at effeht * ItU : . . ALASKA MEAT COMPANY John Reck. Mgr. ; Wholesale and Retail Butchers Manufacturers of all Kinds of Sausages Our Tlnms and Rncon Are Homc-Smokcd -H. :: mm - -pr TELj ? ? THE ALASKAN HOTEL will quote winter rates for permanent room- jf ers, warm, well lighted rooms, with or without private bath, from Oct. 1 y to April 3, at reasonable rates. P F F ? F F See Management for Prices I