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THE SEWARD CATEWAY
Published Dally. Except Sundays. Entered as SecoikS-Caw M^ter S^tenT ber tnd. 1915, at the Poetefflee at Seward, Alaska* Yfnder the Act of March I, It?*._ HARRY O. STEEL HAL R. 9ELB' STEEL AND SELBY Owners and Publishers ; SUBSCRIPTION RATES Single Copies ...^---♦ -J. One Month (in advance)-1 Slx Months (in advance) One Year (In advance) —:-120( • umiweR OF ASSOCIATED PRES The Associated Preee is axduslvel: entitled to the use for republication < all news credited to It or not otherwis. M«a published herein. AB rights of republication of specia aantehM'berdn are also reserved. ^ TUESDAY, JAN. 25, 1921 NOW IS THE HUE Now is the time for the people of Seward to get to gether and stay together. In ■a few short months the boat bound for the north will be bringing capacity loads 01 people to Seward. Most of us do not realize just what thn means for Seward. None of us know how wel off he is. Business men who are not making as large pro fits this year as they did the last, and who are not selling as much goods across the counter have lost their per spective just as the worke has who cant get the big mor ey he did during the war and who is spending all he make? in meeting the high cost of living. Many are making sacri fices, but it is better to sac rifice a little than to lose the whole loaf as we might have had a-panic occurred as ar. aftermath of the war. We are well off and don’t know it Common sense will lead us to be thankful that we didn’t get a worse jolt af ter such a cataclyamic war as the recent one, instead of sighing and complaining be cause the dollars are fewer and harder to get Business reports indicate that a million or two work ers are out of employment The man who walks the street and can find nothin' to do, is meeting one of tiu most discouraging erfperien ces of life. It is not surpris ing that he rebels against th social system. ✓ n * * i « some oi mese people arc in no wise to blame. Other, have helped create the condi tion of which they complain Business concerns usually turn off their least efficien people first Those who have done less work since thei. pay was doubled by the war are not in any position ti find fault. Also those who squander ed their money on superflui ties, helped make capital scarce by their lack of tnrif t If money spent extravagant ly had been put into banks £ great many industries, now shut down would have beer, able to secure funds and tc keep running. Thrift and economy anc hard work are the best guar antees of regular industry. Also the capitalist has a very heavy responsibility to keep his plant running if he can ftrdbly do so. Our responsibiliy at the present time lies in keeping the town of Seward running and the most sure and best way to do this is to get toget her on every subject that is vital to the future welfare of the town. Unless we do those people who are coming to Alaska this season with the idea of making Alaska their i future home will pass thru < Seward and journey on. The 1 only possible way we car. i keep $ep> in Seward is by j v united effort If this cannot be done there will be no im< mediate future for the towr of Seward. Bill Suggested By C. D. Gar field—Is Unanimously Ei dorsed by AU—Measure i: Fully Explained. A round of applause greel ed the announcement that £ bill for a law was being pre pared barring aliens fron fishing in Alaska. It was prt pared by Charles D. Garfielt: during an address made as sembled fishermen and othe; at Union Hall in Juneau re cently on the value and util ization of fish byproducts ir Alaska. The speaker said that i' was proposed to pass a lav that no one save a citizen oi the United States or one whc had declared his intention d becoming a citizen a yeai prior to the time he wished to engage in fishing should he i-Jlowed to engage in fish ing and that every such per son must be a bona fide resi dent of the territory at least a year, before engaging in fishing. It was pointed out that the fishermen for most of the canneries to the westward aow employed men who are brought from the outside, vho are paid off, not in the territory, but after they re turn outside, and who contri bale nothing to the support of the territory. The logical offset of the law, Mr. Gar field said in answer to a ques don would be to compel the fish packers to hire their nen from among the bona fide residents in the South eastern Alaska and other A1 .skaa fowns. « m /> r • i 1 « . < mi . ».»arno;a saia tne men jinployed for the short fish ng season to the westward aade more money than was nade by the fishermen of Joutheasiom Alaska for a onger season. The speak er showed that from over 240,000,000 worth of fish! .aken from the territory less ban ten per cent, remained; n the territory. Mr. Garfield went into de rail regarding the different neetiugs held under the di action of the bureau of fish* jries, resulting in the recent 'iew rules restricting stream ishing for the propagation j and repioauction of salmon,i .s well as the work of the Uaska Territorial Fish com-. nission in planting salmon fry in lakes and streams. He \ laid that to artificially repro I .luce fish enough for the nor mal salmon run in Alaska a -ine of naicheries stretching from Juneau to Cordova •could be in cessary. A number- of questions re lating to the subject were out to Mr. Cc rfield. A mo tion was put and it was the unanimous sentiment of aV those present by a standing cote that tlie j roposed biiJ barring. Jierts should tie en acted into a 'aw V 1' - ."i About twelve of the Reg- ; liars who hold down differ- | mt jobs along the right of ! vay returned to their jxrts j ;his morning after spending | ;he week end in Seward, vh • / • % ! LOCAL TRAINMEN ORGANIZE UNION Members of the Local bro therhood of Locomotive En gineers and Firemen have or | ganized a union according to a recent issue of the Anchor age Times. Jack Courtney, one of the prominent mem bers of the national organi J zation and in charge of the I rotary for the Alaskan. En gineering Commission advis ies the Times that the local • order is the only one of its , kind in Alaska and is under , i the jurisdiction of the grand ;: lodge which is one of the ! most powerful and best rqg j ulated organizations in the ;! United States, i! The Anchorage chapter i takes in qualified employees i! on the government railroad >! from Seward north and has 1 • a present membership of 60. : 0,SURE ACHE RHEUMATIC Sloan's Liniment, kept handy,, takes the tight oik oi them SLOSHING around in the wet and then—the dreaded rheumatic v t winge! But not for Jong when i Sloan’s Liniment is put on the job! : I Pains, strains, sprains—how soon j f this old family friend penetrates without | rubbing ana helps drive ’em away! And j how cleanly, too—no "'uss, no bother, no stained skin or dogged pores. Muscles liltiber up, lumbago, sciatica, neuraigki, backache are promptly ro Keved. Keep a bottle handy. Get one today if you’ve run out oi Sloan’s Lini« ment, it’s so warming. All druggists—35c, 70c, $1.40. The largest bottle holds six times as much as the smallest. Limmentlsf Antone Anderson and Mol ly Ashby went to Mile 52 thu morning to give the tunne, at that place the once over % Gimeras ^Photographic SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS •“ The Alaska Shop” COME TO SYLVIA'S FOR \ A FRAMED PICTURE FRESH HIGH GRADE CANDY PHOTOGRAPHS INDIAN CURIOS OUR ICE CREAM IS UNEXCELLED . OUR SERVICE • THE BEST Phone — Adams —128 I SEWARD’S LEADING HOTEL. Fifth Ave.- Between Adams and Washington Sts. CONVENIENT To DEPOT and DOCK. M. A. HORNER, Mgr. HOTEL SEXTON WHERE TJTE ‘OLD TIMERS’* MEET SEWARDS HOMEY HOTEL GEORGE SEXTON, Owner and Prop. HOTEL OVERUND / THE PLACE TO STOP WHEN IN SEWARD. NICE ROOMS, FINE LOBBY, REAL SERVICE. E. L WHITTEMORE, Prop? ', t * Workingmen’s Headquarters.-Rates 50 and 75 cents. CAMERON’S CAFE j EAT IN PLEASANT SURROUNINGS The first requirement of A GOOD MEAL is — that ii be WELL COOKED.-“WE DO IT” CAMERON’S is CLEAN and WELL LIGHTED — Appetizing — Wholesome Food — at Reasonable Prides. PRIVATE DINNING ROOMS : chas. cameron; prop. ———————1-^ _-_j ^ FIRST AND UNIVERSITY STS. v X SEATTLE ARLINGTON HOTEL The Home of the Pioneer. This Hotel la not and never has been owned or controlled by Japanese DOLLAR ROOMS $1.00 MEETS ALL TRAINS. ROBT. KELLY, Mgr. REMEMBER: . ' When you have a party; _ 'When you entertain at luncheon; When you have a dinner guest, THAT WE HAVE WHIPPING CREAM I - "* M The Seward News Company GEORGS PHELPS Booksellers, Newsdealers and - Stationers Alaska — Washington — California . ALASKA BOUTS Safety Courtesy Service Speed S. S. ADMIRAL WATSON SaH/i from SEATTLE Jan. 29th Arrives Seward Feb. 6th. DOES NOT GO WEST OF SEWARD Company reserves eight to change schedule withoet notice Office in Admiral Building. % Wayne Blue, Agent_Seward Alaska. HI H IX H Staamghjp Safaty ALASnA^ SAIIJNG SCHEDULE S. S. Northwester will sail from Seattle January 29th for Seward via Inside Passage. Due Seward Feb. 4th w A. H. McDONALD, Agent I _ I . —-27U Q&xaJ'JL 44jrt ■ Seward Drug Company m ’ * Classy \ / . VALENTINE GREETING CARDS Now on Display. / ' * Seward ■ ■ ■ -1 " i . .