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The New Model 8 "Silent Smith"
"WAIT A MINUTE!" Slop thai typewriter until I get thru telephoning1" , How often you have heard this, or said it yourself, and wished some one would huild a typewriter that was silent in its operation. The new Model 8 "Silent Smith," just out, fills this long felt need. So quiet ly it runs that it is more like the tick of a clock than the clatter of the old style typewriter. So far reaching in its effect on office efficiency that it marks a new epoch in the typewriter industry. Backed up by the quality mark of the L.C.Smith & Bro. Typewriter Co., its advent is even more important than the visible typewriter over the blind. It adds effi ciency to the entire office force. The silent feature of the new Model 8 is only one of the important improvements introduced in this wonderful machine. Other conveniences that you have long desired on your typewriter are features of the new "Silent Smith" The attached coupon is for your convenience. Pill out and drop it in the mail, or call at our office, and you will receive a beautifully illustrated cata logue of this new silent typewriter. ? j L C. Smith 8 Bros. Typewriter Go. P. O. Box City I state 112 Seward Street, JONEAU, ALASKA A*??? i PREPARE FOR WINTER I ??pp THE COMPLETE LINE OF ^ ? _ Laclede Oak > ? i ii i hi i i inr-ny iiiiiimii miirwmnmn ? > Heaters > > guaranteed with the famous OHIO RANGE as the leader for Alaska j JUNEAU HARDWARE CO. L"r,. w!" THE GASTINEACJ Hot and cold water, phone, large clothes closets each room. Just around the corner from every place of Importance. t-i i i n i i m i m m n i m 111 n i i n 111 n m m 111111111 r : : Clean Your Chimney : WITH AN ^ : r 1 r 1 : the imp toot destroyer is a patent chemical com- j position. when it is placed on a bright, hot fire it i gives off dense fumes which attack the soot in the - chimney, disintegrate and disperse it. the imp soot * destroyer is the most scientific and effectual chim- i ney cleaner in the world. no dirt, no smell, no i dust, no mess, no danger, no trouble. i : : ! ALASKA SUPPLY CO. i i: n i! m m m m i m m 11 n 11 m i r m i m ; 111' I THE NEW CAIN > ? j HARRY F. CAIN. Piop. and Mgr. > '?? > ELEGANCE. QUIET, REFINEMENT, Five-story. reinforced concrete building. ? with ail outside rooms, thoroughly heated. > ELEVATOR SERVICE, Famous far people who want the very best at a ? moderate tariff. ? j DINING ROOM AND SERVICE UNSURPASSED. We are now making > very attractive rate* foe winter guests. >???????????????????????????????????????????????????< An "ad" In The Empire reaches ev- The Empire has the largest clrcn nrbody. advertising In It. This is the weather for Macfcinaws and Over coats. Oar line is complete. We have a fall line of Men's AO Wool Underwear, either in the two-piece suit or union-suits. PRICES REASONABLE H. J. Raymond Co. ? Phone 28 > PREPARING FOR WfifTEHORSE ; MURDER TRIAL I DAWSON, Oct 9.? Alexander Ga > goff, who Is held In jail at Whltehorse I for the murder of Pat Klnslow. Geo. > Lane, Tom Bokonich and Henry Cook ! a week ago today, will be tried at > Whltehorse. k Mr. Justice Macaulay, of the Youkon J Territorial Court, and other officers > of the court will leave here on the I last boat for Whltehorse, and will con > duct the trial. The officers to go from I Dawson will include Judge Macaulay, > Sheriff Brlmston and George Craig. ' Inspector A. L. Bell, now at White > horse, is a deputy of the territorial I court, and also will be present at the > trial. Crown Prosecutor J. P. Smith I may receive Instructions soon to also > proceed to Whltehorse,, and to con ? duct the prosecution In the case. 1 Russians in Dawson say that Ga. goff never was in Dawson, bu' that he had a relative here of the same name. Gagoff was from the Cacuas us. John Hawksley, Yukon Indian agent who returned today from Whltehorse. 2 was in that town when the murder took place, and met Gagoff walking " into town carrying the gun with ? which the murderous work was ac | complished. Mr. Hawksley says that - Gagoff was walking along as calmly I as if nothing had happened, carrying ? the rifle and having several cartrldg 1 es protuding between his fingers. ; "When Gagoff approached me on ! the sidewalk." says Mr. Hawksley, "he ) showed not the least evidence of ex ? citement, and calmly said 'How do you ; do?' I had not heard of the shooting ? and quietly returned the salutation I in the same words. A fow moments ? later the news was learned, and the I man was under arrest"? (Dawson ? News.) ? EDES INSPECTS WORK ON ALASKA RAILROAD SEWARD?Chairman Edes, of the ; Alaskan Engineering Commission, has ? returned to Seward from an Inspec. | tlon trip over the operations at An - chorage and reports that the work Is i progressing at a very satisfactory rate. ? The administration "buildings at An ! chorage are neajing completlton and ; the town Is fast' assuming a perma ! nent appearance. ; Mr. Sdes reports that twelve hun ! dred men are now employed on con ; struction work on the railroad line - from Anchorage to the Matanuska " fields and stateo that work will be ? continued as long as weather condi ' tlons will permlL The arrival of tim bers. the lack of which has retarded bridge building, will enable the com mission to extend the rails several miles as soon as the bridges and cul verts have been built.?(Gateway.) HALLOWE'EN P08T CAROS Something Different At JUNEAU DRUG COMPANY. Phono 280. EMBROIDERY and stamping to or der at Mi?p Wahlgren's Neodlecraft Shop, opposite Doran's Drug Store. *? ? * ? ? Suits pressed, 75c.; Suits Cleaned ind pressed, 12.00. THANE STEAM LAUNDRY. "All of the news all the time.'* ** The San Francisco DENTAL PARLO: The Strictly Modem Dental Parlore OP JUNEAU 22-Karat Gold Crown ........ $8.50 Bridge Work, per tooth $8 ?? Gold Pilling $2.50 up Gold Inlaya $3.00 up Porcelain FiUingo ..$3.00 up All Work Guaranteed PROMPTNESS, THOROUGHNESS and Oeapatch In All Our Methods. Open Evenings for People Who Work. DR. E. J. HALFORD, Propr. Seward Bldg. Phone 193 j SEWARD SEEKS PUBLIC BUILDING ' SEWARD, Oct. 6.?Plans adopted j by the Commercial Club at Its meet ing last night which will bring be- \ fore Congress the need of a Federal building for Seward. The subject will be taken up by Delegate Wlckersham and he will be asked to have a bill for an approp riation presented before Congress at ] the next session. i There has been some talk that the i Alaska Engineering Commission might < build a permanent office building here which might be used also for the oth er federal offices, Including the post. : office, the court house, should the hoadquarters of the district court be transferred hore or a new district be made, which has already been dis cussed. Chairman Edes, however, mado It known that moneys appropriated for the railroad could not be used for this purpose and a direct appropriation will be asked for. The best that Seward can expect will be a building within two or three yoars after such an appropriation Is passed, is the statement of those in terested lu the project The money for Cordova's building was appropriat ed four years ago and yet the work of construction has not beon com menced.?(Seward Post.) MRS. PULLEN GET8 RETURNS FROM RANCH SKAGWAY, Oct 16.~Mrs. H. S. Pullen is now commencing to get returns from her strenuous labor and heavy expenses during the past sum mer on her Dyea ranch. She hns dug fire tons of as fine looking potatoes as arc grown any whore; and has sev eral tons of hay stored in the barn, which she cut off the place. Yester day qjie shipped to Skagway forty sacks of potatoes, and three tons of hay. On the return trip of the launch to Dyea she send over 100 raspberry sets, which she is going to plant and is preparing to add to the shipment as soon as she can spare tho time for planting. She already has twenty acres of her fall plowing done, and is going to do more. rThe other day she sent over her riding pony, at one time famouB in the Eastern polo fields and will now be enabled to make the rounds over her somewhat extensive possessions with greater facility and ease than she had heretofore been able to do. Jas. Sullivan; the painter and decorator, went over this morn ing and will repaper, repaint and otherwise renovate the ranch house for occupancy this winter by the own er.?(Skagway Alaskan.^ NOT ENOUGH SHIPS TO TAKE COPPER ORE VALDEZ, Alaska, Oct. 6.? Thou sands of tons of copper ore is being held in the bunkers of the mining companies operating in Prince Wil liam Sound because of the lack of ships with which to take the ore from the mines to the smelter at Tacoma. The Latouche bunkers are filled, as aro the big bunkers at Eellamar, the Dickey property and the FIdalgo Cop per company operating in the FIdalgo bay section. The companies have been rushing work on the mines in order to take advantago of the high prices of copper, but the transportation com panies are unable to handle the oro, and as a result many of the proper ties will be forced to close down for the winter. CASEY IS INJURED IN ACCIDENT AT NOME NOME, Sept. 27.?Janes Casey re ceived severe lnjulrlos through falling from a section of suspended track on the railroad line while coming from the Kougarok with Walter Johnson and several others on a dogmobile and Is now in the hospital recovering from his Injuries. The scone of the acci dent was the Iron creek bridge which Is high above the bed of the stream. Casey received an awful fall through tho car jumping the track and was precipitated to the rocky stream many feet below. Johnson and tho remain-1 der of the party saved themselves by Jumping on to the track just as tho car left the rails. Casoy is suf fering from a badly bruised back, a bad cut in the head and possible In ternal injuries.?(Nome INugget.) EARLY WINTER PREDICTED ON KENAI PENINSULA SEWARD, Oct. 7.?Snow fell during the night at Mile 34 on the Alaska Northern, and other messages from out the line show that It was In evi dence at other places both ways, but not In sufficient amount at either place to be unusual for this time of year. The unusual event will be If the snow which has already blanketed tho peaks over the 1,600-foot level docs not pielt away and come again several times before the winter sets In. This very thing may occur, however.? (Seward Post) NIGHTS OF GLADNESS!!? Airy and comfortable night shirts and pajamas. The B. M. BEHRENDS CO. JMITH80NIAN COLLECTORS FIND ARCTIC 8PECIMENS NOME, Sept. 23.? After several nonths spent in collecting speclmenu >f Siberian fossils for the Smithson an institute, Captain Wldding of the iteamer Eagle arrived yesterday >ringing a party of scientists who, indcr the direction .of Mr. Alexander >ccn delving in tho antediluvian :lays of Siberia and obtained a large lumber of fosHlI remains, most 01 which bolong to the post-pliocne per od. They colloctcd mammoth, bear, wolverine, deer and other fossils eas ly recognizable, but In addition a tumber of remains were discovered which they could not immediately jlasslfy and which are therefore of jxceedlngly great scientific import ince. The Eagle will be drawn up sere into winter quarters and the jarty of scientist!- will proceed out jide. They had a very severe trip >ver here having to combat Ice almost ill of tho way. The party consisted of Mr. Aloxan ier, Copley Armory, A. Anderson, Ben. Alexander, Harold Wycoff and Sandmarck. KENAI RIVER PEOPLE ASKING FOR ROAD SEWARD, Oct. 6.?Petitions will be presented to the Alaska road commis sion for a road to be built next year down the Kenat river from the lower end of the lake. This subject has boen In considera tion of men on the river engaged In mining and the petition will be sent In during the winter.?(Seward Post) Road From Seward To Kenal S. P. Qulnlivan, who has the con tract for the Improving of the Sew ard-Kenal lake road, has a crew of eighteen men out there this morning to begin the work. The work will start where the present road crosses Resurrection river. Antone Elde of the road commission went out this morning to look over tho proposed work. GIRL BORN IN NOME NOW TEACHER THERE NOME, Sept. 23.?Miss Mildred A. Lehmann, one of Nome's most popular misses, yesterday entered Into her du ties as a grade teacher in the public school. Miss Lehmann has taken charge of tho third and fourth grade pupils. This young lady Is herself a graduate of the local schools and en joys the distinction of being the first graduate to secure an appointment as a teacher. It is said to be the inten tion of the school board to employ local teachers in the future whenever possible.(Nome Nugget.) Alice M. Jordlson, teacher of mandolin guitar and banjo, studio fi-6 Garslde Bl. Insist on v 9 jj luneau^BEER | AT HOME o AND JIT <? THE BAR An Alaskan if PRODUCT if DELICIOUS AND ? \ \ &CUTR10US Eagle Brewing C?. H ?? ? * AMONG THE THEATRES. ? ? ? AT THE ORPHEUM The 8th Exploit of Elaino entitled "THE HIDDEN VOICE." as thrilling as ever will J)0 seen in addition to a DATE PARTE DAILY. "HIS DEAREST FOES." a 2-part Essany feature. "COL. HEEZA LIAR" and the Po lice dog. an extra funny cartoon corn First show 7:30; second 8:45. ??? 1BOT#'8fWS "THE LAST TRUMP" The Ilnal episode, in three reels, of "Trey o' Hearts" on tonight at the Qrand Theatre. Come and soo the in teresting finish of this great sorlai. "The Old Locket." Lois Weber and Phillip Smalley in a Rex drama. A funny Joker comedy closes the -show. ??? ANCORAGE TO GET 1,200 POUNDS OF MAIL EACH WEEK -+? SEWARD, Sept. 25.?Bids were call, ed for today by Alva Ames of the postoffice department for carrying 800! pounds of mall from Seward to An chorage every week this winter. In the cablegram from Ames, who is at Cordova, the bid for 800 pounds was called for, "as well as that for 400 pounds," which will make 1,200 pounds of mnll a week for Anchorage by sled during the winter months. Bidders on the 400-pound contract were notified today, as it is apparent that separate contracts will bo let. ? (Seward Post.) i ? ? ? PIONEER JUNEAUITE ON WAY OUTSIDE RUBY, Sept. 27.?Joe Twan, the cobbler, is In town from Long, and is ready to take a steamer for the Out side,. He is going to San Francisco to consult an occulist. Joe came to Alaska in 1867 and has lived in the Territory ever since, ex cept for a brief time when he stam peded to Cassiar, B. C. He was one of the people who formed a pool that . resulted in a gold find on the upper Yukon in the early eighties. SPEAKER COLLINS ON VACATION ?+? FAIRBANKS, Sept 24.?Hon. E. B. Collins came in on the train last ev ening. from Fox. He bruised his wrist a couple of days ago, which be came so painful as to need the atten tion of a physician. Besides, he has been working pretty steadily this summer and it may be barely possible that a short vacation Is quite deslr amlo. After suspension of summer operations he expects to go to the Tolovana country.?(Fairbanks News Miner.) DAVID ENYG'S BODY FOUND DAWSON? THE body of David W. Enyg, who was drowned recently by falling from a raft in the Stewart riv er. was found in the Yukon river be. lowReindeer by the steamer Casca while on her way to Whitehorse. The boat stopped and the body was tied to the bank, and the officer telegraph ed the police, who sent up a launch and brought tho remains to Dawson. No inquest will be held, but an in quiry will be iqado by the police, and the remains wero identified by old friends of the deceased. Our leader this week?Four styles of Golden Ash Dressers, large and roomy wood draw pulls. Regular price $12.75 to $18.50, now $8.75 to $11.75. I should worry If you don't snap these up. F. W. O'Donnell, Alaska Furniture Company. Phone 152. 10-18-tf. i: DREAM Theatrei| e: special ;; ? ?' M \: o Violin Solo, "Intermezzo," Cava- J, ;llor Ruaticana, Mlaa Wood < ? < ? . > * J "Second Mra. Roebuck" ? two- ? | <? reel feature. <> * * "Lodging for the Night"?drama J J < > "Stolen Ore"?Drama. < ? JI "Modorn Othello*'-?Comedy. J J < ? < ? o FIVE REELS *' 10c and 15c . < > < > < ? .. <, J J Coming? Friday, Saturday and ' * <. Sunday, Oct. 22, 23, 24, Mary o J * Plckford In "Teas of the Storm * * < > Country." , [ < i RUBY MINER DIES AT FORT GIBBON HOSPITAL RUBY, Sept. 25.?Angus Sutherland, one of the best knoftn miners of the Ruby district, died at Fort Gibbon In the military hospital at 7:30 o'clock last Thursday morning. Mr. Sutherland was a member of tho Ruby Igloo of Pioneers, and the Long Lodge of Moose. A brother re. sldcfl In New York City, who has been notified by telegraph. In the ab sence of Instructions from him inter ment will take place at Tanana and the Moose organization there will conduct the funeral.? (Ruby Record Citizen.) CHAIRMAN EDES TO LEAVE FOR WASHINGTON SEWARD, Oct. 6.?Chairman W. C. Edes will leave for Washington early In November to take up with tho sec retary the matter of funds for next year's work and LleuL Frederick A. Mears will be in actual charge of op erations during the chairman's ab sence. In discussing future construction work, Mr. Edes said that if sufficient funds are forthcoming the connecting link between the present Alaska Nor. them road and the now line out of Anchorage can be completed immed iately. BATH BENEFITS The skin should throw off certain poisons generated in the body. For the skin to properly perform its func tions, right bathing is required. We have all the requisites for right bath tin: Neutral Soaps Bath Sponges Bath Mlts Toilet Waters Bathe for comfort and health BRITT'S PHARMACY. (10 16 tf) <?? the MECCA Quality and Service Our 00 Motto 00 JCNBAU DBPOT FOR MECCA FIZZ I*-i in 11111 m 11 I'M 111 in M"i'11:11;! 1111 m i 111 m m m m m ii m i m 11111 ? 1 GOING TO TRAVEL? ??nnnammn imi.jm? aammmmmammmmmaamammm START RIGHT BY Dressing RIGHT Let us sell you a Stetson Hat, Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothing, Crosset Shoes, and you will have the satisfaction of being not only well dressed but properly dressed as well. i =i * * Copyright Hart 8ch?If aw ft Utai ALASKA-TREADWELL GOLD MINING CO. Mercantile Department fj I-H-M-MI n 1 n M I M"t I III H I 11 I 1 II u I'M I M H-M 1 1 1 til 111 111 ! 1 1