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The Cordova daily times. [volume] (Cordova, Alaska) 1914-1947, October 06, 1920, Image 8

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AROUND TOWN
The steamer Admiral Evans is due
here on her southbound trip Friday
morning.
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The freighter Latouche is in port
today.
Robert A. Lilly, of Fort Gibbon, is
a town visitor.
Dr. and Mrs. Berthold of Seattle
are Cordova visitors.
Miss Esther Traversy of Seattle is
spending a few days in Cordova.
Mr. and Mrs. Swindlamd of Ruby,
are here on their way to the states
on a visit.
S. H. Palmer and wife, of Pleas
antville, N. Y., are spending a few
days here.
John Marshall and Alex Graham
of Juneau, were arrivals in town on
the Northwestern.
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L. H. Carvey, Fred Hotchkiss and
Geo. Madden, who are doing some
extensive placer miming in the Nizina
district, came to Cordova on yester
day’s train, having finished their
work for the summer.
•— •
United States Commissioner Win.
O'Connor, of Chitina, and P. L.
Schwartz, in charge of the native
school in the interior, came to town
to attend the hearing conducted by
the bureau of fisheries.
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.Miss I’erqueta Courtney. Miss Bar
bara Bronell and Bobby Mack, mem
bers of the Ellis vaudeville show,
arrived on yesterday’s boat and will
make their initial appearance at the
Empress theater tomorrow night.
Oardq have been received an
nouncing the engagement of our for
mer young townsman, Craig P. Haze
let, son of George C. Hazelet to
Miss Frances C. Gillman of Detroit.
The date of the wedding has not as
yet been set.
Col. Jas. G. Steese, president of
the Alaska road commission, and Dan
A. Jones, superintendent in charge
of the work in the Third and Fourth
divisions, left on this morning's train
on a tour of inspection of the Chitina
trail.
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A total of $1,337.55 has been re
ceived from the recent Salvation
Army drive. The list of contribu
tors from Kennecott, McCarthy, Strel
na and Chtna wll be publshed to
morrow'.
Delegate Geo. B. Grigsby and At
torney General Jeremiah Murphy.
Democratic nominees for re-election
will arrive here tonight on a launch
from Valdez and address a mass
meeting at Empress theater on Sat
urday night.
Special meeting of the Red Cross
is called to discuss the ways and
means of earning for the destitute
Indians of the Copper river valley
and every member is urgently re
quested to be present at Eagle club
rooms Thursday evening at 8 o’clock.
Recently the Daily Times stated
that the natives of the Copper river
valley were rapidly dying off, which
upon investigation appears to be er
ronous. When the official count of
these people was taken in 1885 there
were 366 and this year there are 332.
with only a loss in population of
thirty-four in 35 years.
There will be a meeting held in
Eagle lodge room tomorrow night
at eight o’clock for the purpose of
relieving the destitute condition of
the natives of the Copper river val
ely. Everybody is invited to attend.
P. L. Schmartz, who is in charge of
the government school at Chitina.
will be present and tell the exact
condition of these people.
HAS NICE GOLF COURSE |
BUT BUM MAIL SERVICE
Unalaska boasts of being one of the
most up-to-date towns in Alaska, pos
sessing a nine-hole golf course. It
also has tennis courts and a baseball
diamond.
And it complains, not boasts, of.
having one of the poorest mail ser
vices in existence, requiring 14 days
to get a letter from Seward to Chig
nik, only a few hundred miles. This
is said to be one of its greatest draw
backs to development.—Gateway.
EMPRESS WILL
HAVE NIGHT OF
VAUDEVILLE
An item of more than ordinary in
terest to local theatre goers is the
announcement of the Empress theater
management to the effect that the
Ellis vaudeville company will appear
here tomorrow night.
This company arrived on the steam
ship Northwestern after completing
a tour of principal cities in South
eastern Alaska and, according to
press clippings from Juneau and Ket
chikan newspapers the organization
is of a calibre far ahead of any like
aggregation seen locally in some
time. The program of the visiting
vaudevillians is said to be replete
with a variety of all that is new in
popular songs and latest dances
while the comedian of the organiza
tion. Bobby Mack, offers some un
usually ludicrous comedy sketches
and songs; Barbara Bronell is said
by the company’s manager to be
the best specialty dancer ever seen
locally and her program tomorrow is
composed of toe-dancing, folk danc
ing and the ever popular soft shoe
dancing. Perqueta Courtney is hilled
as a singer of “peppery jazz” num
bers and comes with many laudatory
press notices from principal circuit
theaters from outside.
The company is unquestionably an
excellent organization of entertainers
and .judging from advance informa
tion their offering tomorrow night
will be well worth while.
ALASKA PIONEERS HOLD
WEDDING CELEBRATION
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rothenberg of
Nenana recently celebrated their
thirty-fourth wedding anniversary.
They were married at Saginaw, Mich.,
in 18811 and mushed over the Chilkoot
pass in 1899 and have spent 21 years
of their married life in Alaska. They
were pioneers in ihe Chicken creek
district in the Forty-Mile country.
ATTENTION F. O. E.
Regular meeting of Cordova Aerie
Wednesday night. Important busi
ness. GEO. DOOBEY, Secy. 2-t
Grocery
Specials
We are just in receipt of a large purchase of groceries
from one of the government supply stations, and as
you know the government supplies were bought at
pre-war prices it is needless for us to tell you what
the savings are. We are quoting just a few of the
items but have them all on display, and marked at
prices that will give you an agreeable surprise, so
come while the coming is good.
One lot Solid Pack Tomatoes in 2 1-2 pound
tins, while they last, per can.20c.
Several cases of preserves in tins containing 1
pound and 9 ounces net, known as a 2 pound tin.
We have them in the following varieties-Black
berry, Peach, Pear, Plum, and Quince. Regular
value, 75c and $1.00 per tin, special, per tin - 50c.
Canned Corned Beef of the best grade in cans of
1 pound and 8 ounces net. Our regular stock
sells for 7 5c, but we are able to sell this lot we
have on hand at, per tin.50c
Corned Beef Hash in one and two pound tins,
prjce.net weight. 1 lb. tins, 35c,
Price ------ 2 lb. tins at - 50c.
I THE BLUM-O’NEHL CO. 1
BIGGER THAN THE WEATHER
All-wool
Patrick Mackinaws
Patrick Overcoats
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Medlicott Scotch
Wool Underwear
Our stock of Men’s Winter Wearing
Apparel is now complete
Mail Orders Promptly Attended to
FINKELSTEIN & SAPIRO, INC.
“The Store that Satisfies”
Phones: Grocery, 21 Office, 74
Shoes of Worth
The enjoyment of quality in
Nettleton shoes continue
long after the price is forgot
ten.
i
That is why each year more
and more men are coming to
look upon the money they
pay for their Nettletons as an
investment rather than an
expenditure.
TAURIE RROS
REPRESENTATIVES FOR NETTLETON’S MEN'S SHOES—THE WORLD’S FINEST

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