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THE STROLLER'S WEEKLY
AND DOUGLAS ISLAND NEWS OLD DAWSON CITY GREATLY NET (1? Government Arranging to Remove JACK McCARTHEY SAID TO BE BY JUHEAU SPOB 0. WAYMAN IS ?CYLINDER KNOCKER AND NOW WE HAVE BETTER HOMES WEEKj CONDITS FROM SITKA ON VERY BRIEF VISIT FARMERS' DANCE BIO SUCCESS USUAL FALL EXODUS IS NOW NDEB WAY ALASKA MY It BE DULY CELEBRATED Annual Dance MANY TIN CAN CAMPS Mr*. Shattuck Gives Interesting J and Instructive Pointers to Auto Tourist* we found some aort or ramping place fuel, light and water provided for decent place to pitch camp, a small when we reached tho San Jose camp. rtido treatment on the part of a traf ardcd with "guest stickers." Is usu It seemed too clvlllxed to be called a Southern visitor* pronounced It (he Iclpal enmp provide a real home for AVIATOR TO HOP OFF IF CONDITIONS FAVOR able. Aviator Roy Jones will give an hid machine that was partially wracked while being hoisted from the water to the dock at thla place a hadly dumuged aa waa at (lrat sup ii nd ranrher. haa been at work re pairing the machine and It li now aa good aa ever and ready for penetrnt Ing oione. Mr. Jonea ha* ordered a new motor for hi* machine but tha one arrives. Thoae desiring nn op portunity for looking down on Ju neau will be accommodated on Mon day, aa the machine will be ready for handling paaaengers by that time weather conditions on that day being favorable. SEPTEMBER EXPORTS SHOW BIG INCREASE Fith Heads Lift While Qold and Silver Amount to $300,000 Over Lait Year The report of Collector of Cus tom* John McBrldo for the month of September shows a decided in crease over that of a year ago, that of canned salmon, which was exported to the amount of nearly The second largest Item Is the amounted to $1,1 97,245, being a de rided increase over that of the pre Copper ore to the value of $GS9. item was Scotch cured and salt her ring to the value of $4S4,730. Among the more Insignificant ex port* were 4S pounds of whalebone valued at $20, Ave hair seal skins valued at $16. ton Beluga whale THREE ROYS HELD OP ON EDGE OF CITY LIMITS A daylight holdup waa staged on Glacier Highway near the Juneau Itairy In the edge of town last Tuea rldlng In o red bug. were stopped, driven from I heir car and forced to return to their machine for several minutes while It was being Inspected up. Other cars appeared on the the cause of the congestion could be whom the appearance of the red bug was ohjectlonable and he proceeded to register his objection by taking a and bellowing and pawing until Uie earth trembled hut not half as much aa did the three bug passen gers. It seems that one of the boys when a second car appeared on the ready to be fired the moment the of the family of Holsteln reluctantly departed and delayed traffic waa re ADDRESSES HIGH SCHOOL forester, delivered a Illicitly Interest i.he Juneau High School yesterday on the subject of "Klre Prevention," iKnated lis "Klre* Prevention Week." Mr. Morrill dwelt on tho necessity where only one-third that amount Is half to man's carelessness. He ox plained the ayitematic efforts put forth by the Forestry Department for the preservation of timber and gave the following six rules for the pre thoy are completely out before throw 2. Ashe* from pipes, cigar stub* and cigarette stubs should be com pletely put out before throwing 3. All camp Ores should be built In the open ? not against a tree or a log ? and on the soil, not on the 4. Never leave a burning fire. Al wayi put out before leaving. 5. Bonfires should nevor be built RICH QUARTZ MADE Douglas Men Give Bond to Tread well Company on Muddy River Properties Mention win mado In them col umn! some weeki ago of a reported rich quartz discovery having been made on the Tulsuqueh ? known aa Muddy ? river In the Taku valley Home distance up from the mouth of the Taku river. It seems that J. O. Klrkham woa In that country last year and made the discovery but waa unable, at that time, owing to lark of time and scarcity of Krub, to do much prospecting. Acompanled by Carl Carlson and Glen Klrkham, son of J. 0., he returned a few weeks ago and performed sufficient work to warrant the belief thai the prop erty la an exceedingly rich one. They three and two othera stased claims and returned to Douglas. It la now said that a deal was put through Thursday night of this week by which the Trcadwell Com pany takes a bond on the proper! y and agrees to do a certain amount of development work In a stipulated time. Keports differ aa to the amount of money paid down as well iim on the amount to be paid In the event the property turns out aa rich as it la confidently believed to be. The Trendwell Company Is now preparing to send a numbtfr of met under a competent foret.ian to work NUMEROUS BOOZE CASES ARE BEING DISPOSED OF Practically nil of the time of th? district rourt this week and since court convened on Tuesday has boon taken up in the hearing of rai es of violation of the liquor lawa. John Warner waa found guilty on Wed nesday of having liquor In bla pos mnalon and Ed Lamb waa found KUllty of a similar churge yesterday. Severnl rases of llko nature In which Ketchikan resldenta wer? the dr fendanta have alao been disposed of. Other liquor eases are booked for trial next week. COMING ELECTION OFFICERS NAMED Hellenthal 4 Hellenthal Retained to Represent City in Electric Contest Officers for the Territorial elec tion to be held on the 7th of Novem ber were named last night by the city council as follows: Klrat Precinct ? Judges. Frank Metcnlf. R. Grefe. M. tavenlk; clerks. Wallace George, J. A. Davis. Second Precinct ? Judges. C. P Cole. James Russell, Nels Sorby: Clerks. W. J. Lol vers. Andy Lager gren. Third Precinct ? Judges. G.Jorgen' Grant Baldwin. J. A. Borges. But. little general business waa transacted Inst night aside from the passage of the usual monthly bills. lenthal waa retained to represent the city in the matter ?f the recently passed electric light and power or dinance. 0 H. Sweltrer was given one week to comply with the dairy ordinance. Assistance to the amount of one dollar per running foot waa given E. It. Jneger in the construction of a concrete sidewalk south of the Gas A house encroaching on Gastlneau avenue as the result of the slide two years ago was ordered removed. The assessment roll for gnsboata was adopted. EFFORTS BEING MADE TO SECURE REINDEER One of the Parker boy*, son of A. L Parker, the Strawberry Point rancher. with W. C. White were In town with prize-winning product* for t ho Country Fair and while here they made known their Intention of procuring a itmall herd of reindeer through the Department of (educa tion with which to experiment on the broad expanse of rich grating territory In the Strawberry Point locality. Kverything eliie they have tried there has prospered no matter whether of the animal or vegetable kingdom, and they are confident reindeer will do likewise. Both Parker and White are prac tically Alaska product*, the former having spent his early days In Hkag way and the latter at Dawson, and both have unbounded faith in the future of the country ai well aa In their own ability to succeed In what ever they undertake. BOAT FOR KATALLA Wilfrid Taylor, who has been op erating a small boat around Cordova the past season, was a passenger on the Alameda Wednawlay for Hcnitle where he hopes to secure a boat that will be adaptable to the Oordova Katalla route. He unys the oil In dustry at the latter place has devel oped to such an extent thnt a reg ular schedule between that place and Cordova Is necessary. H. V. Sully, merchant and under taker, returned thi? week from a buslneas trip to Sitka.