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Local Briefs_ Se.w;t»il News Stand. tieorge Sohns. of the Seward electric ! ght works, was an out going passeng-; » r on the Santa Apa. Mrs. Shaw, mother of Captain Shaw. tin* Steamer Tyoonie, returned to Seattle on t he Hut ha. The Steamer Santa Vna ofthe Alaska Pacific line ari'vd about >s a. m. on Thursday and departed for the south at U p. tu. A communication from a correspon dent at the Summit, was crowded out o: this issue on a count of having been r -ceived too late. C. Nordyke arrived from Seattle on the Santa Ana ami has begun with his duties as book keej»er for the Tanana < oust ruction Company. Snow began falling on last Monday right, coining ore week earlier than Iasi \ear. Almut two incites of the beam \ tu! now covers the groutul. A ver\ pleasent social was held at ;ne Sunday School room on last Friday l ght. The scholars, their parents and tciends had quite an enjoyable time. Matt Troll, who has been suffering Coin a paralytic stroke for the past :onth. says that he will be able to pay i tie Gateway office a visit next week, Latest books, magazines and papers the News Stand. Gould & t unner have built a l lxH twq s-ory addition to their bat her shop on Fourth avenue, This will be used for the purpose of enlarging their bath facilities. Peterson «X Bi own are adding a 20x110 addition to the rear of the Commerce tos Fourth avenue. This will jjivethem I additional -jtace for their Kir ami ujubi 1 OOtUS. j \V, K. Reed, the shoemaker, who car* l ie- an ad in the Gateway, is building comfortable shop in the rear of the t >wn ball, between Fourth and Fith avenues. A dance was given at the town hall cn last Situr ay night in honor of Mr. Ide. who has the contract for carving the F. S. mail to Sunrise during the winter. Finest line of candies ever brought this far north at th> New - Stand. A new Td-hor- power boiler was in-j stalled at the company's sUw mil! last" Wednesday. It will he kept in com mission all the time during the winter. .1.1,. Graff be lives in addition and ex Ii •:. and n«*t subtract:»a . He has enlarged his -tot k of goods and inctvas v i the sP.e of hi*, space in this paper. He sure and feat, his display ad. Profess »r Fihnund S. Meaney. of the 1 Seattle I'nivefsiiy, writes the Gateway j that he will fun ish historical data for j this papei durit gtlie winter. Prof, j Meune i> the Alaska historian, and an: old friend ot the Gateway scribe. Mrs. H. Townsend Buckley, mother of Paul Hu-klc , the successful Prow j creek mining op • utor, wasa passenger j on the Bertha, vturning to her home in Phicago aft rau extended visit with j her son. Since the rainfall ceased, and clear weather came with cold,'crisp evenings, Seward people have enjoyed the most lovely sun sets that could be seen in any part of the world. Old Sol disap Itearing behind the western mountain peaks is indeed a gorgeous sight. Miss Kit tie Bart hoi f. who joined the Gateway staff recently, is making ex cellent progre-s in mastering the in tracacies ot "the art preservative of all arts." much to the satisfaction of the ; paper an 1 her many well wishers for j success in her chosen vocation. Assistant Prosecuting Attorney Cecil Clegg of Valdes, was on the Bertha enroute to lvooink to attend the hear ing in a Jap murder case. The killing was done at Karluk in July, and 20 Japs are held at Kodiak as principals and witnesses. All those who desire cast top and iiottoiu. air tight heaters will do best by waiting for the arrival of J. F. tiraef's new stock. All parts of my stoves are new i.ud before the public makes its selection be sure to examine the stove so tha: you will not be de ceived by purchasing a corroded ar ticle. 10-2t i If you must drink, then drink the best Chase «!t Sanborns coffee at Brown Hawkins. Alexis Woche, of Kodiak, has taken a position with tin* Seward News Company a* clerk. James Moore, a pioneer of Seward and a heavy property owner, returned j from the outside on the Santa Ana, and will now remain here perma nently. Leave your measure for a suit o J clothes at Brown & Hawkins. 500 sum* j pies to choose from. Fred Irvine left again for Resurrec tion river on a Moose hunt. He and his i partner have a camp there and they i expect to remain until they secure , at least one more of these animals. The "Renowp," the best 5 cent I cigar made at the News Stand* P. H Karfstedt has removed hi* watch making establishment to the j southeast corner of Third avenue and I Washington street, where he cap be found in the future by those desiring expert work in his line. The Steamer Bertha of the Alaska Commercial Company's line arrived in thi* |H)rt at 9:4.') Saturday evening. After discharging quite a cargo for lo. cal merchants, she departed for the west ward. Messrs Bart holt \ Collins wereaward 1 tlie contract last Saturday for re-j moving of stumps and leveling up. Fourth avenue from the dock to the; north end of town. They have been busy with three additional men and are improving that throughfare won derfully. A force of workmin were busy during the first of the week lining and improv ing tin* interior of the mess house for, »)«* Afciska Central- < ■<!fpta\*iWal Com pany, To see the manner in which H.N. 1 Coleman was driving pails with his. left hand, one would think it was a 1 rush job. The finest line of cigars at Hildreth’s ev< brought to Sew a t’d Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Young had ar-j runn d to give a farewell dipner in ! honor to Mrs. Grace Teeklenburg on Thursday evening before she would j depart for Seattle to spend the winter, hut.the departure of the steamer for the 'outh Thursday afternoon deprived ! the party of much of the anticipated pleasure b\ the absence ot Mrs. Teck lenharg. Those present besides the' host and hostess were Mr. Douemus j and Mr, Stewart, who enjoyed a repast that could not he excelled down in the j sta:> >. and certainly was great for, Alaska. Later in the evening the party j wer* joined by Mr. and Mrs. George j Srx!i 'ii. Miss Sexton and Mr. Neil Sex ton. Games at cards were indulged j in. fruits and home-made candies were : serv> d. The party took their leave at j a la: • hour feeling that Mr. and Mrs. j Your- have no superiors as enter tainers. _ Sunday School. M<every Sunday at 2 p. m. at Dr. 1). H. Sleems residence, from Dr. Daggett l> . C. T. Daggett, who for the pres ent ' sojourning at Valdez, writes the editor under date of the 25th instant, that he is doing a moderate amount of business in that burg but will return to Seward soon. He stated that the Gateway is read with a great deal of interest by the people of the glacial city, and enclosed a card of invitation for the editor and wife to "Ye lied Barn Dance” on Hal-1 ldwYen night, to be given by the local! lodge of the Arctic Brotherhood. A genual invitation is also extended to the people of Seward. Roll of Honor Seward public school, week begin ning October 20. ending October 27, MU: Walter Dakin, Itoy Ashland, Edwin Lowell, Bernice Dakin, Elmer Her ning, Arthua Gray, Ester Harvey. Al bert Workman, Thomas Workman, Erne Workman. The enrollment has now reached 2o. Elmer Rodgers Herning, Martha Eu lala Berry, John Haskill Berry and Lewis Alexander Johnston entered school this week ^There Are Others But nom* uf them try quite as hard as we do to protect ; a repptytiun made invaluable through years of experi ence in Alaska pvt^titting. ()pr stuck large, apd of high grade, so you need not worpv as to the quality of your winter cache when it is too late to replace it, if you should ypqd an order for goods to us, and the • draft or money order was more than the amount of the hill we would run he 50 presumptuous as to increase your order, iiUt would return to you a hank draft for the dif ference. ....... ...■ --* LOUCH, AUGUSTINE 8c CO. Grocers and Alaska Outfitters SEATTLE ~ ~ - WASHINGTON _-T- ■s —- -— | Kilbourne &. Clarke Co. m-'.Ai.Kiw jn General Electric Supplies AVe carry the largest stock north of San Francisco, ,A gents for Gardner Electric Drills. SEATTLE OpEK l'] SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 815 SECOND AVI). SEATTLE,, WASHINGTON. m ' .. < Seward Electric Company -■-—- -T..- . *• The following it, the scale of business and residence lights Business: Residences: NVrst one Glower, each.. $2..">0 Nerst one Glower, each.. $*1.<H) iU-eandle power lights, 1 lH-eandle power lights. 1 to 10. each. $2.00 to 4. each . $h";> 10-eamlle power lights. ‘ lo 10-candle power lights, 4 or over, each.. 21.7.') or over, each .$l»>o A. P. DICKINSON. Mgr. Alaska Pacific Navigation Company CARRYING U. S. MAIL AND’EXPRESS_ Str. “SANTA CLARA" Sails from Seattle first of each month for Juneau Sitka, Kayak. V;vk"tat, Valdez, Seward, rook Inlet and way ports, Sails from Seward for Valdez, Seattle and way ports about the 12th of each month. S.tr "SANTA ANA" Sails from Seattle H»th Qf each month for Juneau. Sitka. Kayak. Yakutat. Valdez and Seward. Connects at Valdez with Str. Dora, for Unalaska and way ports. Sails from Seward for Valdez. Seattle and way ports about the 28th of each month. S.tr “DORA" Sails from Seward for rnuhisku and way ports 27th of each month. Connecting at Valdez with Str. Santa Ana. IJiglit to change steamers or date of sailing is reserved E.E. CAINE. PRESIDENT. d. F. TROWBRIDGE. GEN'L MGR. OENERAL OFFICES) 618 FIRST AVE.. SEATTLE. WN, C. W. MILLER. ASS.T MGR, E- R- GRAY* AGT VALDEZ. ALASKA, SEWARD. ALASKA Alaska Commercial Co. BERTHA Sails from Seattle via. Juneau. Tenth of each month Sails from Seward via. Juneau. Twenty-second ot each month. DUE‘NOTICE WILL BE GIVEN OF FUTURE SAILING DATES Passenger Service unexcelled For Rapid Delivery of Freight and for Passenger Ratosaud Berths! Apply to CHARLES E. BROWN, Agt., At Brown and Hawkin’s Store. • SEWARD.ALASKA San Francisco Office. Seattle Agency, 84 Yesler Way , •510 Sansome St. JAMES <’ \RROLL, Seattle Agt. | DR. C. T. DAGGETT DENTIST s. K. Cor. Fourth Ave. und Wttshlnjrton St. REWARD - - ALASKA H. H. HILDRETH NOTARY PUBLIC U. S. COMMISSIONER SEWARD - • ALASKA ■. ...9 M. P. BRANSFIELD NOTARY PUBLIC SEWARD - - ALASKA CRARY & OGDEN ATTORNEYS-AT- LA W MINING AND CORPORATION LAV/ 314 PIONEER BUILDING SEATTLE - - WASH. R H, KEMP, M. E. Ovey 30 years experience in the. United States and British Columbia. Careful, trustwor thy repoyts. References fur nished if desired. SEWARD, - - ALASKA P.H. KARFSTEDT WATCHMAKER SEWARD - - ALASKA Chas. Crawford Genaval BlaeUsmithing »\nd IIqv-so Shoeing Sixthmvl Washington St*.. Seward. Ala g EATTLE gALOON CHARLES TEOKLENBURG WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS Only PQOL TABLES in Seward Bon Ton Barber Shop AND BATHS RAZORS HONED E. W. YOUNG. Prop. Near the Dock SEWARD. ALASKA Nelson Brothers TEAMING AND DRAYING Give us your order for STOVE WOOD COAL DELIVERED SEWARD - - • ALASKA GOILD & CONNER -PIONEER BARBER SHOP and BATHS. PORCELALN TUBS FOR LADIES ANDGENTLEMEN Private entrance to baths for ladies ALASKA CENTRAL RAILWAY Operated by The Tanana Construction Co. TIME CARD Leaves Seward 6:15 a. m. Arrives, “ 1:45 p. m. Leaves 2:00 p. m. Arrives, “ 6:30 p. m. Main office, Denny Butlding, Seattle, Wash. Operating headquarters, Seward, Alaska.