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TRAPPER HITS ON QUEER PLAN
TO FOOL WILY WOLF
V.Kit Packs arc Lured on To
Their Ijmm P.»«il}
ftiAQUETTE, Mich. D?c. 1—Many
ingenious schemes havj been de
mised to lure the wily wolf to his
destruction, but few of them have
proven successful. Now along
comes Pete Le Blanc, a trapper of
Floodwood, who claims to have fig
ured out a plan whereby whole
droves of wolves will march right
up to their execution.
Le Blanc divulged his unique
scheme to the official in charge of
the United States land office in
the Federal building here. He call
ed with the request to see a large
map of Marquette County and vicin
ity, as he wanted to trace the exact
course of the Michigamme River,
which he proposes to make the
scene of his operations.
His plan of ensnaring the evasive
beasts as he outlined it, is to
smear tallow and blood' over his
boots. With this he will make a
trail through the woods, and a wolf
is certain to take up the scent.
With the characteristic habit of
wolves, after one takes it up, ottyers
will join in the chase, until the
pack becomes large. After they
have overtaken him, the trapper
says, all he has to do is to shoot
them down.
He admitted that it was a danger
ous venture, particularly if he should
run out of ammunition, but he
thought that with a courageous
companion both could reap enough
in wolf bounties to retire for life.
For such companion Le Banc has
in mind one William Pinsoneault,
who traps up back of Port Arthur,
Canada, a nervy chap who is bet
ter known as “Billy Bydam.” This
backwoods Billy is said to be un
afraid of anything that walks,
jumps, or crawls, and he has often
been heard to remark that 'griz
bear she’s not so much if feller
know how to get him.”
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CAN IT BE DONE?
Can the Tariff be taken out of
politics ? We agree that it ought
to be done. We frevently hope that
it will be done eventually. But we
do not hesitate to say that in the
present state of feeling of the peo
ple of the United States it is im
possible. Politics, in this connec
tion, may be defined as the strife
of opposing opinions upon ques
tions of public policy. Where there
is no strife there is, in this inter
pretation, no politics. The Monroe
Doctrine, for example, although a
measure of public policy, is “out of
politics,” because the people as a
whole are agreed upon it. A dem
ocracy is controlled by the opinions
of the people. W'henever a prin
ciple of governmental conduct cre
ates a division of opinion among the
people it becomes a political issue,
and a political issue it must remain
until the occasion for it ceases to
exist, or until the people, or a large
and permanent majority of the peo
ple, become convinced that it is
good or bad. Free silver was a
great political issue in 1896. It Is
“out of politics” now, overwhelmed
by the weight of public opinion a
gainst it.
The Tariff is the greatest and the
most persistent political issue this
nation has had to deal with, at least
during the last forty years. And it
is so first, because of its tremen
dous importance, and, second, be
cause public opinion is so radically
and so nearly equally divided. As
long as this condition exists the
Tariff will continue to be, and must
be, a political question. It cannot
be ’ taken out of politics until the
people, or an unchanging majority
of the people, become in accord up
on one Tariff policy or the other.
Not until we have established a
permanent Protective policy or a
permanent Free-Trade or revenue
policy will the Tariff cease to be an
issue in T°l'i'c8, —St. Louis Globe
Democrat.
WHY EVERY SCRATCH IS
DANGEROUS
Strange as it may seem today to
us who use the words “microbes"
end “bacteria” as commonplaces of
speech, these creatures were not dis
covered until 1881, when Pasteur
brought them to light. »It is true
that he and Lister had for fifteen
years been sure of their existence
and that the latter had shown the
means for fighting them. But
twenty-four years ago Pasteur
actually discovered two of the most
important. These were the staphy
lococcus pyogenes aureus (which
means cocciform, collected in bunch
es, pus-forming, golden-colored mi
crobe), which he found in the pus of
boils and carbuncles; and the strep
tococcus pyognes( which means
cocciform, collected in chains, pus
forming microbe), which he found in
wounds.
“These microbes are found every
where,” writes Prif. Carlo Fenizia in
La Scienza per Tutti, “ready to in
fect every prick, every smallest cut
upon the skin. . Therefore, when
ever we cut ourselves we should
wash the wound with pure alchol and
paint it with tincture of iodine,
which is a powerful disinfectant. We
ought also to wash with alcohol
even the so-called scratches of the
skin made by the razor w'hen shav
ing, and it would be a most useful
precaution always to pass a bit of
cotton soaked in 70 per cent, clochol
pver one’s face after shaving. For
tnany pimples and sores have been
produced by razors acting as in
struments of infection.
“Washing wounds with antiseptic
substances constitutes antisepsis.
But it is preferable whenever pos
sible to clear the skin of all mi
crobes, to sterilize the instruments,
to disinfect the surgeon’s hands and
to cover these with gloves of steril
ized rubber. Then after the oper
ation it is necessary only to protect
the wound with sterilized material.
This is called asepsis, and everv
modem operating room is erjuipped
for this treatment, every part of it
pnd everything in it being steril
ized.”
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FOR SALE:—Bargain, Terms
Uots 1, 3 and 4 in Block 16 with a
three room house. Apply to
Kazis Krauczunas, owner, in town
now. Adv. tf.
I PERSONAL MENTION

W. T. LOPP IN TOWN
l . S. Commissioner of Education
i for Alaska, W. T. Lopp, arrived
1 from Seattle last night on tha
i steamer Northwestern.

Motion pictures are being used
in the training of college athletes
as they clearly 3how faults of in
dividuals.
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HORRORS OF WAR
"Kildt, I have quitted der army
vunce again. It isn’t der gheneral
dis time.
It's dose tarn surcheons vot got my
goat*.”
"Thasso?”
"Before dey vood let me in der
trenches dey vaccinatet me on der
left ving; den they shot some anti
pneumony cherms into my chest,
and sometyphoid bacteriums into my
right side, und—"
"Gee Whillikers, wasn’t that
enough?"
"I sed it vas enough, but dey
schtuck some tetanus baccillusses
right into my neck und told me to
call around next day for my portion
of cholera sermus. I don’t see vy
you laugh.”—English Medical Jour
nal.
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Advertised letter list of the Ket-1
chikan, Alaska, Post Office.
For the week ending Dec. 4, 1915. !
Connor, Mrs. Wm.
Cornelinsen, C.
Leeseth, Peder
Leighton, Miss Helen
Neal, Miss Liziie
Peck, Charley
Pedersen, Julius
Perine, Miss Irene
All letters unclaimed by Dec. 18,
1915 will be sent to the Dead Let
ter Office, Washington, D. C.
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Table of Distances from
Ketchikan
Seattle, 660 Wrange!' 89
Petersburg 115 Juneau 223
Skagway 304 Sitka 292
Metiakabtla 15 Doloiri 271
N(black 30 Cliomley 301
Kasaan 291 Hollis 39
Klam 32 Loring 21
Yes Bay 39 Cape Chacon 48
Sulzer 92 Howkan 73
Waterfall 103 Craig 121
Klawak 126 Karlieen 150
Shakan via. Chacon 182
Bell Island 50 Unuk River 70
Mary Island 23 Hadley 28
Three Tree Point 45 Stewart B. O. 160
Prince Rupert 95
This table is complied in nautical
miles which are6080 feet. The larg
est part of this list was complied foj
the Post Office by the Captain of th
cc'i i \ ai d is authentic.
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Buy your handmade Christmas
Gifts at Washburns Milliner Store.
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1: Announcing Our Preparedness |
I CUT GLASS for CHRISTMAS GIFTS I
II Every lady is a lover of Cut Glass. ||
Nothing you can give will be more ap
;S| predated for a Christmas Gift.
<!j! A piece or two of sparkling Cut Glass
ijji adds to the elegance of the feast table. |
We Carry a Complete Stock of |
I Choicest Cut Glass §
(See our window display) sT
is Whether your desire be for salads, g
iflj berry bowls, nappies, water pitchers, g
jfl: tumblers, cream and sugars, pr any of g
iflj the many other small pieces, you’ll find
iflj the assortment shown here of the very
.iflj highest standard of quality.
I Berthelsen & Pruell I
FOR RENT
Furnished house, 4 rooms and
bath, Main St. .Two rooms, New
town. See Feddersen. Adv. 26t.
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FOR SALE
Y.’el) established general merchan
dise business. Inquire of
E. E. SPARHAWK,
Ketchikan.
MARCONI WIRELESS SYSTEM
IS HELPING SOME
Effective December 1st, the Mar
coni “Night Letter” rate to Seattle
will be $1.25 for 50 Words.
And for every 10 words, or frac
tion thereof over 50 words, 25 cents.
In short Western Union tele
graph rate applies.
MARCONI WIRELESS COMPANY
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FOR RENT
Two rooms furnished near Indian
Town, $8.00 a month.
One room furnished near Indian
Town, $6.00 a month.
Apply to Mrs. Hamilton. 2t.
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THE ONLY PLACE IS
At the Bon Marche. The Xmaf
Novelties will be sold at prices thai
will surprise you. There is more
ioy over ten dimes toys than one
at one dollar. Adv.
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A REMINDER
Don’t buy your Xmas gifts til'
you have visited the Bon Marche. ad»
FOR SALE
A house and lot on the Hill. Ap
nly at this office, or to Mrs. George
Chesney'. Adv. tf.
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A Convalescent
requires a food tonic that will rapidly
build up wasted tissue
Kt&XjaQJL Olive Oil
tPSmmSSSm Emulsion
containing Hypophosphitcs
ia a most reliable prescription which we
alwaya recommend for that purpose.
Ketchikan Drug Co.
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EXPERT WORKMANSHIP
When you want your clothes
pressed, cleaned or repaired, go to
an expert Tailor, who will give
you satisfaction, and charge you no
more than amatures do. Suits call
ed for and delivered.
D. WETNTROB,
Opposite Heckman’s Store. Ad.
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We Recommend That You Use
“93”HairTonic
Ketchikan Drug Co.
TO SAVE SHOE LEATHER
We are offering an eigth month’s
subscription to the Daily-Progres
sive Miner for $5.00 cash—we give
you tha collector’s commission.
Send in your furs and gel the
best market price for them
from P. J. Gilmore. adv.
FOR SALE—40 H. P. Standard
Engine. Phone G171 or apply
aboard the Taku II. 6t adv.
CANNON’S BAKERY
1ND GROCERY
Corn .15
Ail milk 3 cans .25
8 oz. can Bakers cocoa .25
Reliance Coffee .40
Gold Shield coffoe .40
Canned Pineapple .15 & .20
String beans, ,20c. two for -3.‘
Sweet potatoes, 20c. 2 for .35
Krout, 20c. 2 for .35
E. J. Peas, 20c. 2 for .35
Golden Wax beams ,20c. 2 for .Sf
Furupkin, 20c. 2 for .30
Hominy, 20c. 2 for .5."
Solid Pack, Aniocat and Reliance
Tomatoes, .15
Ranch Eggs per doz. .35
Lend fhrerer cocoanut per lb. .20
Baking powder, per lb. .16
Your money back if not satisfied.
Bread, Rolls, Pies, Cakes and Layer
Cakes, Angel Food, White Cake, Jel
ly Roll, Lemon Roll. Cup Cakes, Gin
ger Bread, Cocoanut Kisses, Maca
roons. Honey Jumbles, Frosted Creams,
Lemon, Sugar, Currant, Spire ami <V
coanut Cookies. Doughnuts and Toast
Job printing neatly and quickly
■ lone at the Progressive-Miner.
DON’T FORGET
The Bon Marche Xmas
Novelties will soon be on display
at prices that will surprise you.
Hand painted China, toys of all
kinds and lots of other goods suit
able for Xmas gifts. Adv. tf.
Notice:—Owing to th?- fact that I
am going to dispose of my business,
I will sell at one fonrth off, Hand
Painted China, Ribons, Laces and
Embroidery, Holiday Goods and
Dry Goods in general. Adv.
E. E. SPARHAWK
At the GRAND
TONIGHT
_ ______ __ __ —N-.
“The Lady of the Island”
FEATURING ALEXANDER GAitDEN AND DOROTHY PHILLIPS
“The Silent Witness”
WARREN KERRIGAN IN THE LEADING ROLE
“Can You Blame Her”
I HE COMEDY
CHANGE OF PROGRAM TUESDAY NIGHT. 1
“THE CALL OF THE NORTH” WEDNESDAY NIGHT. \
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I IT IS WELL TO REMEMBER §
That the time to buy is when you have most to buy from, and that is right now. We have just ^
* z received a shipment of holi day goods. IX
S PYRALIN IVORY, Table sets, and individual pieces, LATEST DU HARRY design y£
m ' 'nSIil;Toile' Sets *n ebony, Blatk Walnut, Cheerv. and Sterling Silver. ff
MILITARY BRUSHES in sets of Sterling Silver, Cherry and solid Ebony in handsome leather rj
«$» cases. J0»
M HAND MIRRORS in Birdseye Maple, Pyralin Ivory, SePd ny, and Black Walnut. fi
lx Crane’s, Johnstons and Imperial Candies. This includes (King of All Candies) “MARY GARDEN” U
Chocolates.
1 Tinkertoys and Dolls |
These goods are on display in our windows, and this is probably the largest selection of these
Yv goods ever offered the people of Ketchikan. We cordially invite you to come and investigate. W
H IT IS A PLEASURE TO SHOW GOODS K
Do not forget that our closing out sale of Jewelry is still in progress. We have bargains in yj
YV CUT GLASS, WATCHES, DIAMONDS and GOLD JEWELRY at prices that will certainly appeal Y?
55 to discriminating buyers.
| Ryus Drug: Company I
H PRICES LOWEST QUALITY THE REST «
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Suggestions for Xmas Presents 1
One of the most useful and acceptible Christmas presents and something that if
will remind one of her friend during the entire year is a dress length of either silk or wool
en goods. Our silk and dress goods section has been assorted up so that we are now able v?
to take care of your wants in all the wanted shades and materials t!|
§ DRESS GOODS
M
M
45 INCH STORM SERGE
£2 SPONGED AND SHRUNK
$1.25 VALUE .
DA
W 50 INCH FRENCH SERGE
W VERY FINE WEAVE AND
M QUALITY. REGULAR $1.75..
tj
^ 56 INCH FANCY SUITINGS
f5 DARK MATERIALS
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SILKS 1
27 INCH MESSALINE IN A ££
BEAUTIFUL LIJSTEROUS FINISH
NEW SHADES JUST ARRIVED
36 IN. SWISS CHIFFON TAFFETA
ENTIRELY NEW AND WOND
ERFULLY PRETTY MATERIAL
— .
CHENIES FOULARDS 26 INCH
REGULAR $1.25 VALUE
1’ NOTH.—The December records are in and we will have a big selection of new !£>
; Hawaiian records on the next boat. * 5;
Stock J. R. HECKMAN & CO. Service I

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