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Eastman Kodak Co. has re
HF ■■ duced the prices of Kodaks Jan
M uary 20th and as we have always
IR sold Kodaks at Eastman List
H prices we will refund over-charge
H on all Kodaks since January 20th.
3 also we will In the future sell all
$. Eastman goods and films at the
S Eastman Price*; therefore why
H! VL pay List price for a Kodak and
JW8~ pay Alaska prices for supplies and
No. O Brownie, formerly $2.86, Now .$ 2.00
No. 2 Brownie, formerly $3.35, Now . 2^59
No. 2 Folding Brownie, formerly 10.20, Now . 9.00
No. 2A Folding Brownie, formerly 11.25, Now . 10.90
No. 2A Folding Browuie, formerly $13.65, Now . 12.00
Vest Pocket Kodak, formerly $9.50, Now . 8.00
Vest Pocket Kodak, formerly $10.58, Now . 9.50
Vest Pocket Kodak, formerly $16.58, Now . 15.00
No. 1 Autographic Kodak Jr., formerly $16.67, Now 15.00
No. 1A Autographic Kodak Jr., formerly 18.30, Now 16.00
No. 1A Autographic Kodak, formerly $25.02, Now.... 23.00
No. 1A Autographic Kodak, formerly $30.66, Now.... 28.00
No. 3A Autographic Kodak, Special, $66.87, Now .... 65.00
No. 3A Autographic Kodak, formerly 29.36, Now .... 27.00
No. 3A Autographic Kodak, formerly $35.36, Now .. 32.00
No. 3A Autographic Kodak, Special, $75.94, Now .... 74.00
No. 3A Autographic Kodak, Special $103.14, Now .... 93.00
No. 3A Autographic Kodak, Special, $124.48, Now 110.00
No. 127 Films, 8 Exposures .25
No. 120 Films, 6 Exposures .25
No. 116 Films, 6 Exposures .30
No. 118 Films, 6 Exposures .45
No. 124 Films, 6 Exposures .45
No. 130 Films, 6 Exposures .45
No. 122 Films, 6 Exposures .55
Cordova and McCarthy, Alaska
The Store with the New and Up-to-Date Stock.
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QtlALITV Met SERVICE CJ
E. R. GARNES. Proprietor
Residence Phone 101-3
Shop Phone 182
Machine Work of All Kinds.
Blacksmithing, General Repair
ing, Horse Shoeing, Oxy-Acety
lene Welding and Cutting.
Office and Shop: City Dock
Out of Town Jobs Given Strict
\ FACIAL AND
GEORGE R. GOSHAW Inc.
NEW YORK- 127 W. 27th St.
NOTICE—A Word To You
At our Seattle office we have opened a buying department for the
benefit of the Alaska trade.
We solicit the accounts of individuals, firms and corporations de
siring closer connection for buying and selling. The service rendered
is direct; we, at every step, exercise close supervision over all transac
tions, thus assuring accurate and prompt attention.
We are READY, WILLING AND ABLE to buy right, to ship right,
to insure right—to attend to all matters as your personal agent. Your
enquiries and wants will receive our Immediate and most courteous
WRITE US—there is no obligation. We are just the business con
nection that the Alaska Trade has been looking for in the buying of
mining, cannery and fishing supplies, drygoods, groceries, cigars and
tobacco, drugs, rubber goods, furniture, household sundries, electrical
goods, gas engines—in fact, anything that grows or is manufactured
We are also willing and anxious to develop a market for all Alas
kan products. Get in touch with us, giving full particulars, and your
goods will be sold right.
Canada’s Great Winter Sport
Curling enthusiasts enjoying the great outdoor game at Banff, Canada.
MondelFs Jinx Is Persistent
Representative Mondell of Wyom
ing, Is shown in recent Washington
photographs to be getting about on
crutches, with one foot in bandages.
It has been an unlucky summer—in
a way—for the majority floor lead
er In the house.
Last June, soon after returning to
his home In Wyoming, the Wyoming
legislator took to playing fanner. He
quit abruptly—at least for a time—
when he fell from a haystack. The
haystack was big and high and he
fell hard. The result was two broken
Then In October Mr. Mondell's
official between session’s activities
took him to the Shoshone dam. In
Wyoming, on the Cody entrance to
Yellowstone national park. Here his
Jinx rolled a boulder down on him.
This time the result was a broken
As Is well known, It Is hard to ' " ~~
keep a good man down, and November found the Republican door leader back
in Washington getting ready for the opening of the regular session scheduled
to begin early In December. He was on crutches, but was getting along nicely,
But his jinx had not yet finished with him. The night of November 23 he
was hoisting himseif up the front steps of his home when one of his crutches
broke. In consequence Mr. Mondell got a severe fall—severe enough to lay
him up In bed for several days.
It Is reported that the jinx is still active, as there are fears that the bone,
set last October, will have to be rebroken and reset.
Bianchi’s Diplomatic “Break”
Senator Moses of New Hampshire,
a member of the foreign relations
committee. Introduced a resolution in
the senate the other day which seems
to contain large possibilities of inter
esting reading. The resolution set
forth all sorts of trickery and bad
faith by the government of Guatemala
in dealing with Kstrada Cabrera, the
dictator who was deposed by revolu
tion last April, and called upon the
secretary of state to transmit to the
senate such information as he might
possess on the subject.
And then, to emphasize matters,
Dr. Julio Bianchi (portrait herewith)
minister of Guatemala to the ITnlted
States, made a had break—which is
to say, was guilty of undiplomatic
procedure—in going to see Senator
Moses about it. instead of going to
the state department. Ministers have
been recalled, you see. for things like
According to a memorandum accompanying the senate resolution, the.
agreement guaranteeing Cabrera good treatment was drawn up at the American
legation. He was to be lodged In the military academy and his property was
10 be safeguarded. The memorandum asserts he Is In a common jail, and
that he has been stripped of $15,000,000 of property, even to his false teeth.
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Sixty Years to Pay War Debts
Senator Watson of Indiana (por
trait herewith) advocates extension of
time for the payment of the war debt
over a period of 00 years. He urges
that to lighten the tax burden. Re
peal ot' the excess profits tax and re
duction of the surtaxes on large in
comes also are urged by him.
Senator Watson's declaration for
the extension of the time for payment
Is presumably significant as showing
a decided drift of opinion among the
Republican leaders. It has been the
program of the treasury department
to pay up the war debt within 25
Anyway, Senator Watson dis
cussed the tax situation following his
return from a conference at Philadel
phia with Senator Penrose. The Penn
sylvania senator Is chairman of the
finance committee. It was Senator
Watson’s opinion that hearings on
either tax or tariff legislation should
Wiw WBttfrn Newipuptr Untonll
start soon arter me non (lays to get it wen unuer way oy tne time a special
session Is called under tlie new administration.
Representative Longworth of Ohio, favors repeal of the excess profits tax
and the substitution of a tax on undistributed profits of corporations. He says
he will not believe congress will approve a sales tax.
Before You invest—
Part of our service to you as a depositor in
this Bank is consultation on any investments
you wish to make.
It is a real pleasure to have you come to us.
Out interests are mutual, and our policy always
is to be of practical help to our depositors.
“The Bank of Personal Service”
j ALASKA TRANSFER COMPANY
r-r> TRANSFER AND STORAGE
COAL AND WOOD
DAY OR NIGHT
Office Hazelet Bldg. Phone 85
STEAM HEAT Electric LigMs '
MRS. J. W. KENNEDY
Chitina - - Alaska
BESI BRANDS OF CIGARS POOL TABLE
.. *n ^tQCk_ In Connection
LOUISE DEJONGHE, Prop.
Electric Lighted. Hot Water. Turkish Bed Tnb
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All Alaskan Trails end at the
First Avenue and Pine Street
Nearest to Everything
J. A. FARNHAM and TED TAYLOR Pronnetora
Ted Taylor, Formerly Chief Steward Steamship Alaaitt^d
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