Capt. Keen, well known for
the past forty years as a pilot in
Alaskan waters, and at present
acting in that capacity on the
U. S. R. M. C.Rush, was recently
married to Miss Clare who was
in charge of thePeniel Children;s
Home at Juneau. Capt. and Mrs.
Keen will make their home in
Juneau. The Thlinget extends
best wishes to the happy couple
Mr. W. H. Loller, Secretary to
Governor Clark came into Sitka
on the Rush Nov. 17 and moved
all the government property that
has been stored in the Sheldon
' ckson Museum to the ware
?ro^on the goverment wharf.
Sui t. F. J. Waldron of the
native public schools was here!
1 two days inspecting the Sitka
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Rev. A. P. Kashaveroff, for'
many years the priest in charge
of St. Michael's Cathedral. Russo
iGraeco Church at this place has
i been transferred to Jackson,
Calif. A few evenings pfevifttfs
1 to his departure on the 18th, the
native societies of his church
tendered him a farewell reception
Mrs. Kashaveroff with the
children will remain here for a
short time and later join her
husband in their new home. Rev.
I KashaverofF and his family will
I be greatly missed in Sitka.
" BUILDING NOTES
The sewer plan has hem
received and the' work will he
commenced at an early date.
The mains and returns for the
heating; and all roughing in
work for plumbing in the large
girls' building has been complet
ed and all pipes tested to 120
I pounds pressure.
[ The framing for the small girls'
I building is well under way. The
contractor expects to have this
building as well as that of the
small boys covered in by the
end of December.
All wiring for electric lights
in the main building, and large
boys' and large girls' buildings
has been comlpeted.
The three largest buildings are
completely covered in and two
professional shinglers have begun
work on the exterior walls.
The contractor hopes to have
the foundation for the new
laundry ? heating plant boiler
room building completed before
the first of the New Year.
IP.p. .iBills Co. Jnc.
3nbian baskets ank Curios
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