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I'liKli.tu'.l ni.iiillilv :ii ilu- Sitka Trsiininsr .S'IiihiI in i In* i it I t-rt-.-lM ?if tin- Native l'?it|>lr (ilAlaeka. Atiuii.il SiiliM'ri|ilioii, Fifty ('elite. Aii'lreesall enrre.*|M?ndeiice t?? TilK TIII.INUKT Sitka Alaxka ? i A |>|> I icntion iii.hIc fur entry ua aeciiiid iii?i in.ili r. Advertieii'g into jrivcn <ni a|<|ilic:ilion. repaired to the home of Mr. Thomas Bennett, uncle of the bride, where a sumptuous wed ding repast was served. Toe ! Thlinnet extends congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Dan. Among the recent additions to the museum are four new cases which will be of especial interest to tourists. One contains HALLOWE'EN On Oct. 31 Ronald Beattie and Julia Durkee gave a party at Pittsburg Cottage. All the child ren of the cottages were present and enjoyed a jolly evening of games in keeping with the sprite of Hallowe'en. Doughnuts, pop corn, and apples were the refreshments. ANCHOR, SLEDS, TOTEMS, ETC. 1 WALTON - DAN On Monday evening, Nov. 28 at six o'clock in the Thlinget Presbyterian Church Miss Mary Walton, a former pupil of our school, was united in marriage to Mr. Charlie Dan. the Rev. E. E. Bromley officiating. The Cottage Band of which the groom is a member played the wedding march. The bride was beauti fully gowned in white silk and was attended^ by Miss Lily Cook. The groom was attended by George Gilbert as best man. After the ceremony the happy couple received the congratula tions of their many friends. The bridal party and guests then I relics of early Russian days. Another, the minerals of the Sitkan region, a third, a collec tion of Alaskan shells. The last is the most interesting as it will contain not only a large mumber of baskets but also basket mat erial in the rough, dye, the plants from which these are made and many other articles relating to basketry. The cuts printed give the readers some idea of the interior of the Sheldon Jackson museum. Even these small pictures give you a slight conception of the articles used in the far North. EDWARD CHAMBERLAIN Edward Chamberlain died in Sitka on Friday Nov. 25. Mr. Chamberlain was an old resident of this place. He was at one time connected with the publication of The Alaskan, Sitka's news paper for many years. He was unwell for a year or more pre ceding his death. The funeral services were conducted Sunday afternoon in the Arctic Brother hood hall by the A. B's of which the deceased was a member. i The work on the new addition to the Sitka public school build ing is at a stand still awaitingthe arrival of more building1 material.