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Yesterday morning Gov. Hoggatt
met a number of the citizeus of the town at the-Council room* to talk over the recent trouble at Key 4nm* Canyon, the creation cf a Fourth Pistiiet aud the annexation of the Reservation to the towu. After the citizens present had ex pressed their ideas regarding the un called for action of the government in sending troops to the canyon, and touchhd on tbe subject of legislation needed by Alaskd, the governor made n lengthy speech. He said he had nothing to do with calling out the troops but did not think the citizens had any reasou .for feeling that they were injured by the move. In regard to t&e bill allowing incor porated towns to exteud their bound sries. lie stated that he would use every endeavor to secure its passage now that he realized the importance of the measure. And in regard to the crea tion of u Fourth judicial division he said that he strongly favored the chance at Washington last winter aud was confident that the bill would pass j during the coming session. Mr George C. Hazeiet, the local repres* ntotireef the Copper River & North'.ves-tern Railroad, was arrested yeste; iry in connection with the shoot~ at Keystone Canyon. He was later released under bonds, the latter being placed at 830,000. E. C. Hasey who did the shooting was held iri 825,000 bends and Duncan Dixon in 815,000 bonds respectively. Neither of the two'luttor havens yet obtained bail. A new organization by the name ot the Gold Brick Mining Co., was formed last night by several of our well-known mining men. Our reporter failed to learn all the objects of the company, hut the;, ore probably as sweeping as the c i ’ satiou, which is unlimited .V . j. ug Co. for Cigars and Toll. u:UJ. WANTED—Stout, young man to learn Baking Business. Valdez Bakery Beautiful new sweaters arrived on last boat at Ladies’ Bazaar. If you want to bo treated right eat at the Alaska Home Restanrant. Meals 35c. Mothers—We have the Best Shoe for little folks ever put together. A flexible and wide extension sole, very stylish and durable. This Is the ideal shoe for children. Sizes 5s to 2s at A. L. Levy & Co. PREPARE POP WINTER by letting ns wire your ome or place of bn sines.- b’l lights or telephone. Our service this winter will >e long J * . and be unexcelled in every respect. 1- r wiring lea\ ** \«»ii.o at the office at the earliest moment, so as to a* on he <u ALASKA WATER, LIGHT & TELEPHONE COMPANY ^ r ■ ■ Mi n ■ir- * :i •»'* t<L .tf -tr tvunM* Your Groceries finest ever brought to this town, ii v it \iisk-B?ildicng T E DOUGHERTY McKinley Street • Jt"/* _ VALDEZ. ALASKA Warm rooms, newly furnished • “ot! V;’” iently located in the heart ci n.. - . —EPbb. & Wilson-_:Propnet3rs_ REYNOLDS BANK VALDEZ-BOSTON-REYNOLDS OPEN FOR BUSINESS £11 Banking Facilities, with estab lished connections in Seattle, New York, Boston, Philadelphia. J. C. MARTIN, - - Cashier. 1 Per Cent Interest Paid On Quarterly Balance* Money To Loan at G Per Cent. cavern Lunch Boom and Buffet Dinners and t Parties a Specialty CURLEY & CRA1NE, Props. II. R Leslie H. W.Paxtek VfllBEZTRttSFEB CO. Genera! Trucking and Freighting to all Parts of the Interior & Odiee McKinley Near Broadway Phone GO NOTICE As 1 must drive the room for my I irge fall line of Clothing, Furnishing Foods, Hoots rind Shoes. I wi.l sell my | Cock of Croceries at a large redaction; Cal! and see trie. J. L Wolf t - t Freighting Wrecking Marine Contracting D. E. MORRIS, Manager < Mice opposite telephone ptatio i PRINCE WILLIAM SOUND MINERS’ UNION No. \Vk»tkks I-'iiiiKHATieN to 'I i.*> rrt>» Mi'c.s each I'uodac evc’.uwr ut s p m ,n m • it Uall ut l.ntiim <i • ill /u. iHi.er. of i i,r w c* mi Kcih-ratloii of turuiiilly nivittn r..:n tend. Al.HO'D WlNCHKI.l, I. K. ru.VFV rre-lilcift Se, rctary i * the Olympic Club Bowling JH1eys> Billiards and Pool Cigars and tobacco Phonographs, Records and Supplies 0.L LEVY & CO I Bankers Valdez, Alaska : We Do A Genera! Banking Business Buy and Sell ftkchonge, Buyand Sl.jp ‘Sold Dust, Accept 1).-posits, I Make (Collections mid Loan Money on approx ed security ut Low Kates ; it Interest *?-' *'Tr~nr'~—g——— The Horseshae VALDLZ horse; Furnished Rooms LKt CLANK BAR v A The Bank SHW a; i> Cafe in Connection Copper River Praying Co. Freight and Passengers to all parts of the interior General Trucking. ED. WOOD Proprietor . Alcikinlev Si.. Viudii*..