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Slip §putarii (Satputaji
ami The Alaska Evening Post.
Published Daily Except Sunday by The Gateway Publishing Company.
R. G. CHAMBERS. Business Manager. E. 0. SAWYER. Jr., Editor.
Published Daily Except on Sundays and Holidays.
Entered as second-class matter September 2, 19IF at the postoffice at
Seward. Alaska, under the act of March 3, 1879.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
One year, in advance..$10.00
Per month, delivered.-.... E00
Ihe Aluaka Weekly Post, by mail.. M.UO
UNRESTRICTED WARFARE
Declaration by Germany that all restrictions are off
in submarine warfare is the logical result ol previous
evejits. A master stroke of diplomacy has been made by
the Teutonic ruler.
The submarine is the strongest arm in Germany's sea
power.
It was something new in war and by its very nature
could not abide by old rules. To give warning to an arm
ed liner was to invite sudden death, for one shot from a
small cannon is sufficient to finish a sub. Not to give
warning resulted in such terrible loss of life that those
basing their judgment on the so called rules of war cried
halt
After much wrangling, new rules were established, to
which little attention has been paid. All these rules were
in favor of the surface boats and none in favor of the sub
marine. No rules were suggested to make it unlawful to
send out a warship disguised as a tramp freighter flying
the flag of a neutral power, for the purpose of luring sub
marines to destruction. No one has recorded how many
thousand Germans have been done to death through the
methods by which their submarines were caught and de
stroyed.
The methods used against submarines are not to be
excused any more than the manner in which tiie latter
destroy merchant ships. It’s war, that’s all.
Realizing that the neutral world looked upon ins subs
with horror, the Kaiser built a merchant submarine to see
how it would be treated by the enemy. The order by allied
chi fs was to sink it on sight. No warning to the crew
how could they give warning, for then the cussed thing
would dive like a whale and escape. Neutral nations
dominated by the allies were forced to refuse a haven to
merchant subs.
Then the shoe was on the other foot. The allies were
in the position of demanding that war subs warn before
striking, but in turn they refused to warn enemy mer
chant subs.
To clinch the case the Kaiser offered peace—it’s true
he did it in a high-handed manner intended to anger the
enemy into refusing to discuss terms. It was a trap and
they fell into it. Had they dodged and offered to discuss
terms at length the ruse would not have been so success
ful.
Now, Germany stands as a nation in the last ditch
fighting with the tenacity of despair against great odds.
The allies have openly declared their intention to
crush the German nation, and that to talk peace before
that is accomplished will be considered an unfriendly act.
Can you ask a man who is being strangled to death to
observe the amenities and not bite the strangler’s
thumbs if he gets a chance?
Look out!
FEDERAL RESERVE ENDED PANIC
Seattle's freak panic offers an object lesson on the
value of the new federal reserve banks. Offer ot the im
mediate loan of $68,000,000 in cash from the reserve bank
at San Francisco was sufficient in itself to check the panic.
Of Importance
to Men
We want you to know that our whole attention
is given to selecting merchandise of higher quality
that our many customers may be sure of complete
[ satisfaction when dealing with us.
EVERYTHING you will need in the clothing
line can be found in the complete stock we have
selected for you and
THE PRICES ARE RIGHT—WHY GO
ELSEWHERE.
TheM iners" Store
Frank J. Cotter
HOTEL SEWARD
FORTY ROOMS-OUT OF FIRE ZONE
J. 0. PATTON, Prop. Rates by Day or Month
Modern Conveniences Well Lighted and Heated
UP A STUMP.
— Hodge in Spokane Spokesman* Review.
Without this offer there is no knowing where the panic
would have ended. It might have spread to other cities
and brought immense business concerns down with a
crash, for a panic is no respecter of concerns, and
crusheth wherever the crushing seems good.
FAIR PRICES TO ALL
Many have asked what effect the amalgamation
of tile Post and Gateway will have on the price of adver
tising, and printing.
The answer is, none.
Advertising space will lie sold at reasonable rates as
Lav as can be quoted to insure the best of service. Print
| ing of the best kind will be turned out at a fair price, in
suring a living for the printer.
Printing materials are at the highest price in the
history of present day methods, hence the increase in
>rice of finished product cannot be avoided anymore than
| price of finished product cannot be avoided any more than
raw material for many products of the printing trade
' costs more today than the finished article was sold for,
| rior to the European war._
SWEETHEARTS COULDN’T TELL
TWINS APART, WHY WORRY ?
____
ST. LOUIS.—(Special)—Miss Cor
1 nolia Howe, St. Louis society girl,
has married one of the Dooley twins
and is certain she married Will. Miss
I Edmee Anheuser, of the wealthy St.
• Louis brewing family, will soon wed
| the other Dooley twin and she hopes
j she will marry Joe.
; Hut you can never tell about twins.
Here’s the rub: The Dooley twins
look alike, talk alike, act alike, dance
alike, dress alike. And what’s more,
the twins take a delight in mixing
1 themselves up.
l or instance, Joe used to call on
Miss Howe, while Will was devoted
to Miss Anheuser.
One night for a joke, they “switen
I ed.” When Miss Howe greeted Will
a> “Joe,” Miss Anheuser likewise mis
took Joe for Will. #
It was a fateful evening. Will fell
in love with Miss Howe, who thought
In* was .Joe, ami Joe fell in fine with
Miss Anheuser, who thought he was
Will.
Will came home, and with fear and
trembling, broke the news to Joe tha*
he was engaged to Joe's girl. Joe,
with ditto on the fear and* trembling,
returned the compliment.
Later the twins broke the news to
their fiancees that they were engaged
, to the wrong twin The young wom
en agreed the joke was on them, but
neither was willing to switch back.
When the Dpolcy doubles went in
to business, Joe wondered what sort
of a stand-in he had with the boss, so
JUST TO REMIND YOU
■ ■ — of
Union Pacific System
Through Cars
between SEATTLE and Chicago
Kansas City. Denver
San Francisco, Los Angeles
Direct Connections for all
point* East via the Famous
COLUMBIA RIVER ROUTE.
Trams protected all the way
— all the time -by Automatic
Electric “Safety” Signals.
H. L. HUDSON. A. G. F. & P. A.
SEATTLE
i the story goes. Meeting said boss on
the street, he introduced himself as
Will Dooley, and asked how his broth
er, Joe, was getting along.
“He is making good,” the employer
replied.
Joe huried back to the office and
i was at his desk when his employer ar
I rived.
“1 met your brother, Will, today,”
I his employer said. “He’s a fine fel
i low.”
I
Friends of the twins who have been
| “seeing double” for years, breathed a
i sigh of relief when Will was married.
A distinguished characteristic at
last. Will is the one with Mrs. Dooley
WE WANT TO HEAR
| from you if you have any cans; for
dissatisfaction with our confectionery
service. Point to the candy that at
tracts you. It will surely prove en
tirely satisfactory, no matter which
I \ariety or mixture you select. Give
| us a trial.
I CANDY • PICTURES ROOKS
PIPES KODAKS
CIGARS CIGARETTES TOHACCO
STATIONERY
HETTELS
The Home of the Kodak
Broadway Ave.
Phone, Madison 119.
The RAINIER BUFFET
Ashland Block, comer of
Broadway and Railroad Ave.
WINES, LIQUORS,
CIGARS, ETC.
The House of Good Service.
Quality Goods Our Motto.
OUSTED FROM !
HOME SCRIBES
ROAST SENATE
Point to Wasted Funds
When Thrust Into
Chilly Hall
’ Scribes, who are assigned to report
| the doings of the Washington State
legislature at Olympia are at out.
with the solons, and so far they have
the best of the light reportorially but
1 are out in the told physically,
i For one whole week, through the
; kindness of the senate, the scribes
| were given a room, radiating light
and warmth.
Today the home where the pencil
.
| pushers were wont to gather n>r
i prayer and labor, is being appareled
in costly rugs and tapestries—a guest
room for the ladies of the senate.
Hy banging their typewriters out in
tin* wide corridor of tin: capitol build
ing, the newspapermen are able 10
claim tht' distinction of having the
best ventilated press room in the
world.
Only four things, so far as fs
known, have better ventilation
X’evski Prospect, in Petrograd; Tra
falgar Square, London; the Seattle
municipal golf links, and Chinese
money which has a hole through the
center.
Then the scribes took swift revenge
, and sent out the following about the
' desecration of their press room, un
der the heading: “French Mirrors for
Senator’s Wives, State Pays.*’
OLYMPIA, Wash., Jan. 19.—With
.“>7 committees of the house and .’>1
committees of the senate trying to
• find meeting places, the senate took
the best room and apropriated $!•*»»
for furnishing it with Wilton rugs,
French mirrors, card tables, rockers
and a cretonne screen for eight wives
I of members.
Senator Palmer, of King, is the
author and hacker of these purchases.
The purchases include two Wilton
rugs, $(>5; oak rocker, $24.70; French
mirror, $•'»; 2 oak tables, $27; 14 card
tables, $0; 12 folding chairs, $12; 4
yards cretonne, $2.

SPY SUSPECT ENDS
LIFE IN HIS CELL
MUNICH, Feb. 1.—A foreign spy,
supposedly an Englishman, arrived at
Lindau from Switzerland. Although
he had a Spanish passport and claim
ed to he a representative of a firm
in Barcelona, he was arrested when
he tried to leave the steamer, because
it was discovered that he spoke Span
ish with a strong English accent.
Two hours after his arrest he was
found dead by a guard. He had hang
ed himself in his cell. No papers
which would have given any clue as
to his identity were found in h;3 pos
session.
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Long distance teieUTione nooth a’
The Branch.
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PROFESSIONAL
J. H. ROMIG, M. I).
Office on Broadway
Residence Third Ave.
Phones: Office, Adams 93; Residence,
• Adams 48.
I
L. R. C. P. & L. R. C. S. Edinburgh.
L. K. P. & S„ Glasgow.
J. VI. Sl(MN, VI. I)., c. VI.
OVER GATEWAY
Offne Hours, I to .J and 7 to tt P. M.
I’OKMKKI.V OF NdUK.
DII. 0. J. KEATING
DENTIST
Office over Hours:
Bank of Seward 9 a. in. to 5 p. m.
Phone: Office. Mad. 75; Res., .Mad. 58
OR. CHARLES DAGGETT
DENT VI. OFFICES
Stull Building
Office Phone Residence Phone
Adams 111 Madison 44
i
I -
LEON C. HOOKER
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Bank of Seward Building
Phone Madison
KOKEKT SIMPSON
Juneau, Alaska
(i I asses Fitted Lenses (Iround
Special Reduced
Prices on all
(ioods
GEORGE
Bjnvrifit
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SEWARD. ALASKA
Women of Seward
Attention is directed to our
present showing of
NEW WAISTS
in the various favored mater
ials for early Spring wear.
Also an exhibit of Novelty
SWEATERS, CARS and
SCARFS.
HALLETT & SCOTT
PLACE
your orders with us and play
safe. Don't experiment.
Printing, Paper Ruling. Loose
Leaf and Blank Book Making
under one roof, one manage
ment, one responsibility.
TRICK & MURRAY
Printers and Stationers
83 Columbia St. Seattle
ALASKA COMPANY Sesmo
SEATTLE SAILINGS
NORTHWESTERN sails Feb. 11 ,
MARIPOSA will sail Feb. 8.
Seattle Sailing of 8th, connects with Dora to West
ward. ...
Right reserved to change this schedule without
notice.
?. B. TRACY, General Agent A. H. McD
F. B. TRACY, A. H. McDONALD,
General Agent. Agent.
PACIFIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY
ADMIRAL LINE
Sailings from Seattle to Seward and way ports 10th, 20th and
30th of each month. * .
Admiral Evans, January 24; Admiral Watson, February 3; Ad
miral Evans, February 15.
Sailings from Seattle to California, Mondays, Fridays and Sat
urdays—Steamers President, Governor, Queen, Admiral Schley, Ad
miral Dewey. , . „
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ROUTE San Francisco to Los Anireles daily ex
cept Sunday. San Francisco to San Dlcfco, Mondays. Thursdays and Saturdays.
Steamers Harvard, Yale, President, Governor, Admiral Schley, Admiral Dewey.
For full particulars address,
WAYNE BLUE, Agent, Seward, Alaska.
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