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OF GENERAL CHARACTER OAKLAND, Cal., Oct. 9 (by Associ ated Press).—While early season prac tice is being carried forward on the St. Mary’s College gridiron here, ne gotiations are continuing with Notre Dame University to the end that the football team of the big Indiana Cath olic school may be brought here for a game with St. Mary’s. It is hoped that the contest may be arranged for December 5. Several ol the most likely candi dates for the St. Mary’s team are vet erans of the Argonne and Marne. Among these on the first string squad are Carl Fredell, center; Bob Moy, fullback; Don Lamberts, Dick DeCu man, Tony Corea, “Stubby” Mach, No ble Kuhane, F. Decker and Manuel Silva, ends; Nate Schandling, Archie Madelin and Robert Hogan, tackles; Leonard Williams, Bill Hadley and Cornelius Hurley, backs, and Matt Muldoon, guard. SAN DIEGO, Cal., Oct. 9 (by Asso ciated Press).—Aquaplaning in tow of a seaplane is a new sport started here by Miss Georgina De Long, a New York girl who has been active in swimming at San Diego this summer. Miss De Long said it was easier to maintain the balance of the small surf board when towed by a speedy sea plane than when going slowly behind a launch. BUTTE, Mont., Oct. 9 (by Associ j ~ 1 ated Press).—Frank Rice, a middle weight boxer well known in the North west, has returned to his home here after thirteen months’ service in France with the Thirty-fourth engi neers. He has taken on considerable weight, and now moves the scales at 185 pounds. Rice was sparring part ner for Mike O’Dowd, middleweight champion. DEL MONTE, Cal., Oct. 9 (by Asso ciated Press).—The state juvenile golf tournament to be held here at Thanksgiving time, November 27, 28, 29 and 30, will be the first regular championship event for boys and girls ever held in California. The tournament will be a meeting of youngsters under the age of 16 years who are barred by the California Gold Association from participating in the regular championship. The num ber of very young golfers has been greatly increased by the laying out of municipal golf courses by. many cities of the state. Beginners wilt be encouraged to make their entries in this event. There will be a championship flight of eight over eighteen holes, and there will be flights of eight over eighteen holes at handicap for the other players who qualify. ? Suitable trophies will be set up for both the boys and girls. BOISE, Idaho, Oct. 9 (by Associated Press).—Announcement made by the state boxing commission will limit each town or city in the state to one boxing club, which will be licensed to put on boxing and wrestling matches. Under unanimous decision of the com mission twenty-round bouts will be permitted, which fact, it is believed, will bring the majority of champion ship events to this state. Fresh Ever-Ready Flashlight Bat teries, all sizes. Blum-O’Neill Co. 3-tf Be Sore to Get 1 gum factories in the M ■ :ir world—the largest kA \b'\ selling gem in the ) world: that is what f; WRiGf-EV’S means. fjiii I SEALED T'GBT KEPT RiGBT M, ^ ^ ^ ^ jj Child Labor Laws and Decision; of the United States Supreme Court By SENATOR W. S. KENYON, of Iowa i_ The Supreme court of the United States killed the law to exclude child labor products from interstate commerce. So congress passed another law to emancipate the child slaves by placing a heavy federal tax on th# products of their toil. A federal court in a notorious child-labor state has declared this second law unconstitutional. The Supreme court cannot kill the second child-labor law without reversing its several opinions that the federal government has unquestion able power to tax “without regard to motive.” If it should annul the law, however, we have still another recourse. Congress can and will enact a law to bar from the mails all matter con cerning the products of children below a given age. Child labor being deemed a menace to the national welfare, congress is clearly performing its duty when it withdraws the postal service from that sort of industry. If the Supreme court should destroy this third hope of ending child labor then we must carry the fight to the people and have them amend the Constitution so specifically that there will be no question about the will of the nation and the right of congress to abolish the evil. v ST- ■A JUST RECEIVED, A LINE OF MASTER-MADE DRESS SHOES FOR MEN. CALL AND GET THE PRICES AT THE BARGAIN STORE JOHN RAWSON , 1 Howard Watches, $40 to $1 35 Hamilton Watches, $25 to $140 Elgin and Waltham Watches Good selection in Ladies’ Wrist Watches PAUL BLOEDHORN Watchmaker and Jeweler Watch Repairing Phone 223 “Revo” Is Here! * J "H»"l—4 It’s a drink that surely fills the bill. Delivered to the trade or families in large or small Quantities FRED HAEF, Distributor PAY CASH FOR YOUR PHONO GRAPH OUTFIT AND SAVE HALF I i The MAG-NI-PHONE is elegantly finished in mahogany and will com pare favorably with talking machines that are sold at from $40.00 to $50.00 in department, furniture and music stores. It is 16 inches long by 14 inches wide, and 11 inches high from the bottom of base to the top of tone arm. All Visible parts are nickel-plated. The turntable is 12 inches in diameter. THE MAG-NI-PHONE tone arm can be easily adjusted so that either Victor, Columbia, Pathe, Emerson or any standard record can be played. We are featuring a “MAG-NI-PHONE OUTFIT” for a SHOUT TIME ONLY. We will ship to your address the above-described Phonograph with a careful selection consisting of 24 pieces of the latest music, all 10-inch double disc records, FOR ONLY $25.00. You really get a $50.00 value. The MAG-NI-PHONE is the Phonograph to take to your Camp and in the Home. It will entertain you the year around. Order your Phonograph Outfit TODAY, play it for 30 days, give it a careful and practical trial, and if it don’t satisfy you of its good qualities and its $50.00 value, then return the Outfit back to us at our expense. Send us your order NOW. Don’t delay; it might prove too late. AMERICAN SALES COMPANY PHONOGRAPH DEPARTMENT P. O. BOX 448, AKRON, OHIO ■BMBMULMJMJUMLIIIBIIMIIIiIH NIililMI llllllllilW—Ml III! IMIIIIIIHMM Hill I 17 F r ^HTflWTirnrilllllilfllMIIII lull IIIIH 111 I j 111! ■ ■MUBIIB—HTMl PATHE NEWS I LAST TIME TONIGHT Tack PICKFORD IN “Spirit of ’17” “Love Loops the Loop” A Great Program for a Good Laugh TOMORROW Mary Garden in “The Splendid Sinner” “Fatty” Arbuckle in “The Bell Boy” Special Attention to We are buying all kinds of furs and will pay the highest prices. Don’t send your furs Outside before you see me. We also make up all kinds of furs and remodel in the latest styles. They will be made right here. Satisfaction guaranteed. L. M. STEEINE, Tailor. In connection with F. N. Hubbert. t _...- - ■■ _ Keist Furniture Company Is the Place to Buy New and Second-Hand Household Goods OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT We Sell Goods on Commission Next door to Alaska S. S. Office I ...... KENNY HOLDEN’S Pool and Billiard Parlors CIGARS, SOFT DRINKS AND TOBACCO. FIRST-CLASS BARBER SHOP IN CONNECTION MUSIC EVERY NIGHT PHONE 15 — - ■ - - -- ■ • --' I NEW FALL I ‘* STETSONS I 1 ARE HERE I >!• v! ♦v v. g You will find much to interest you in the g |j new Stetsons we have selected for your ap- g g proval. This season’s models include an un- g g usually wide range of styles in Soft Hats, g g Style may be your first requirement in a hat g g —or good service may be your particular g g want. The Stetson Quality-mark is your as- g g surance of both style and service g I WILL CLAYSON I :* •$ pillllllllBlililllllllilllllllllllllll .Ill.II.Ill. | CRANE SERVICE MINING EQUIPMENT PIPE AND FITTINGS MARINE SUPPLIES I MANUFACTURERS, JOBBERS AND REBUILDERS GENERAL MACHINERY ! jj NOTICE.—We are now located in our new buiidjng at the Ocean Dock lHARMON MACHINERY COMPANY, 1 CORDOVA. ALASKA - J ■illllilllM^_ '