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Branch of Frye Bruhu Go. | Packers and Jobbers of Fresh Meat, Provisions and Fish f We Make a Specialty of | Ship and Gamp Trade § KETCHIKAN - -- -- - - -- ALASKA. | p- ■■■ — ■ i — —■ ■— 1 ■ 1 A Alaska Steamship Co. THREE DAY SERVICE Sailing from Ketchikan Northbound. Southeastern Aiaske Service JKFFEP O : NOV. 29, DEC. 9-21, JAN. 1st. r jLPrilN, NOV. 17. RETURNING THREE LATE" 7* -V COMFORTABLE SHIPS ON SOUTHEASTERN ROUTE ALAMEDA, NOV. 19, DEC. 12, JAN 1st. NORTHWESTERN, DEC. 3-23. Wrangell, Juneau, Skagway and Westward, Returning 10 Days Later. Largest and Fastest S rip:- running ‘o Alaska Ali Sailings Subject to Change Without Notice. Tickets to Seattle, Tacoma, Victoria ami Vancouver, British Columbia. C. M. TAYLOR, Agent - - Phone 64 k,— .-■ ■ ■ -- - V STEAMERS FOR j Seattle, Tacoma Victoria, Vancouver. Ana-ortes, Bellingham Everett, Olympia, Port Townsend, South ■ — — Bellingham, Eureka, San'.' Barbara, Mexico iSan Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego s' BRANDT, G.A.P.D. C. D. DUN ANN, P.T.M. 608 Second Ave, Seattle. 1-*2 Market, San Francisco Might reserved to Change Schedule NEXT SAILINGS FROM KETCHIKAN S. S. SENATOR, NOVEMBER 26. CITY OF SEATTLE, DEC. 7-18-29. JAN. 9-20-31. FEB. 11-22. RETURNING THREE DAYS LATER PHONE 77. F H. BOLD. Agent. “HUMBOLDT STEAMSHIP COMPANY —, ■■ mmt l — S. S. Humboldt sails from Ketchikan for Skag way, and all S. E. Alaska Ports on or about the folowing dates: November 6th, 18th, and 29th. And every 10 days thereatter, leaving south bound three days later HECKMAN WHARF COMPANY, Agents. _i Border Line Transportation Co. REDUCED RATES BETWEEN KET- First Clasp 115.00 CHIKAN AND SEATTLE Second Class $10.00 S. S. ALKI PASSENGER AND FREIGHT ’ SERVICE BETWEEN SEATTLE AND S. E. ALASKA. DIRECT S. S. DESPATCH SERVICE TO WEST COAST OF PRINCE OF WALES ISL S. S. NORTHLAND Right reserved to change schedule without notice. For further informaion apply to D. W. Hunt, Agent, Northland Dock. Phone 60. /-----■] The Canadian Pacific Railway THE PRINCESS LINE Leave Seattle and Vancouver. Nov. 27 Dec. 11-27 Jan. 8-22 Arrive Ketchikan p.m. Nov. 29 Dec. 13-29 Jen. 10-24 Leave Ketchikan a.m. Dec. 3 Dec. 17 Jan.2-14-28 Arrive Victoria and Seattle Nov. 5 Dec. 19 Jan 4-16-30 Subject to change without notice Steamers connect at Vancouver with trains for all Eastern points. We offer attractive rates to eastern rail destinations. The Line of Quality. Our Service is Unsurpassed on Water or Rail. Full information given by F. E. RYUS, Agent Phone 39 l-1->l ’ Save Time Use the New Short Route To and From EASTERN CANADA, also EASTERN and SOUTH ERN UNITED STATES POINTS via PRINCE RUPERT GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC RAILWAY AND STEAMERS Lowest Fares. Unexcelled dining and Sleeping Car Service. Electric Lighted Trains, Observation Cars. For full information apply to JNO. R. BEEGLE, & CO. Agents. Ketchikan, Alaska. KASIS KRAUCZUNAS TAKES APPEAL i CLAIMS THAT KRAUSE HAS HAD NO TRIAL TO WHICH HE IS ENTITLED (From Juneau Empire) Edward Krause was this morn ing sentenced by U. S. Commission er J. B. Marshall to one year in the Federal jail here on the charge of impersonating an officer at the time he served a fake subpoena on William Christie, October 30, at Treadwell. This sentence was pronounced immediately after the court stated that Krause’s bai on the charge of kidnapping, on which he was bound over yesterday, had been fixed at $5,000. The sentence in the charge of impersonating an officer had bar ! ely been pronounced when Kazis 1 Krauczunas attorney for Krause. , demanded to know by what right the cdbrt had sentenced a man who bad not been tried. After consid erable argument, part of which was father heated, the attorney was assured by Commissioner Marshall •that since the charge was a mis demeanor, the matter was within the jurisdiction of the Commis ; sioner’s court and that no prelim inary hearing could be had, and that in accordance with the agree ment reached at the close of the hearing yesterday on the kidnap ping charge the testimony offer ed by the witnesses at that time had been considered as the trial on the charge of impersonating an officer, and that the court had found Krause guilty and sentenc ; eu him accordingly. Krauczunas then denied that any trial had been had on the charge i of impersonating an officer, and the proceedings of yesterday after noon were rehashed in detail in the effort to refresh the memory I of Krause’s attorney. Although ; every detail of the matter as it >ame out yesterday was gone over, ; Krauczunas still held that there had been no trial and maintained that Krause had a right to a hear j mg and trial by jury. Although the commissioner agreed that Krause had the right to trial by jury, if he so desired, and that if request had been made the mat ter would have been continued to i enable Krause to get his witness es, he stated definitely that the law does not provide for a pre 'iminary hearing on a misdemean or charge, and that since Krause had not demanded a jury the mat ter had been decided without one. Holding to his point that Krause had a right to a hearing, Krauczunas was instructed that the law gives no such right and Krauses’ attorney then filed notice of* appeal to the district court. He was informed by the court that the bond required for appeal must be sufficient to cover the costs cf action. A moment later Krause was taken back to his cell under guard of Depptiy Marshals J. J. Clark and \V. B. Sharpe. Although he looker' a little concerned when the sentence of one year was pronounc ed, Krause conducted himself in couri his morning with much the srm- mposure he showed yester day. Kazis Krauczunas councel for Ed ward Krause, said yesterday: “Krause was not arraigned yester day on a charge of impersonating an officer, neither was he asked to enter a plea and no plea was ever entered. We certainly will protest the action taken today in sentencing Krause.” Only once yesterday, did Krause look at Mrs. William Christie, for love of which the authorities say, Krause made away with William Christie. That was when he was led into Judge Marhall’s court room, with wrists manacled togeth er. As he sat down in front of the commissioner’s desk, Krause urned and looked at Mrs. Christie. The latter gave him no sign of recognition. Mrs. Christie made a very favorable impression on those. who attended the hearing. The anxiety and suffering that she | probably has endured since her ! husband was taken away, was writ ; ten on her face and she was an at tentive listener to every bit of evi dence offered by the witnesses. 1, When Nick King looked atKrause and identified him as “Miller,” Krause met the mill foreman’s gaze steadily, but as he turned his head away he swallowed hard and droop ed his head. -* CROWLEY FACES NEW CHARGE SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 11—A warrant was issued today for the re-arrest of Charles S, Crowley on a charge of attempting to destroy commerce with the allies. Crawley is charged jointly with Baron George Wilhelm von Bricken, ar rested Saturday night, but no war rant was issued for Crowley, who was out under $5,000 bond on a chare of conspiring to destroy ves sels. Additional bail of $5,000 will be j asked on the second charge against j Crowley. 9 George A. McGowan, father-in law of vonBricken and his attorney, said today that vonBricken was at tached to the German consulatt general here. He denied that von Bricken was guilty. of any criminal offense. Several witnesses in the case a gainst Crowley were here today, ready to appear before the federal grand jury. Lewis Boyle, a pilot and R. L. Harris, a stoker, came here from Seattle to identify Crow ley as a man who went on beard the steamer Snoqualmie an hout after the explosion of a barge load of explosives in the Seattle harbor last May, federal officers said. It was alleged Crowley rep resented himself as a federal agen-. -♦ A REMINDER Don’t buy your Xmas gifts til' you have visited the Bon Marche, ad. -+ ANOTHER AMUSEMENT PLACE With the re-opening of th^ Shoot ing School at the foot of Mission street, the people may find another place of amusement where they can shoot away their little wads. Mr. DeYoung will attend to the rest Just go and shoot away all you mind to. — —-a. THE ONLY PLACE IS At the Bon Marche. The Xmas Novelties will be sold at prices that will surprise you. There is more joy over ten dimes toys than one at one dollar. Adv. -4 FOR SALE:—Bargain, Terms Lots 1, 3 and 4 in Block 16 with a three room house. Apply to Kazis Krauczunas, owner, in town now. Adv. tf. -4 Sick headache, biliousness, piles and bad breath are usually caused by inac tive bowels. Get a box of Rexall Orderlies. They act gently and effec tively. Sold only by us Ketchikan Drug Oo. Send in your furs and get 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. You—Or No One Else cares to be bald. Yet that is what will happen if your hair does not stop falling JySZSSSC Hair Tonic in our opinion is the best hair tonic on the market. Sold only by us—50 cent*. Ketchikan Drug Co. FOR RENT Furnished house, 4 rooms and bath, Main St. .Two rooms, New town. See Feddersen. Adv. 26t. -4 FOR SALE A house and lot on the Hill. Ap ply at this office, or to Mrs. George Chesney. Adv. tf. ■» Buy your handmade Christmas Gifts at Washburns Milliner Store. Phone 13 Ketchikan Messenger Service Call them up for all kinds of light delivery, window cleaning, messenger service and odd jobs. Office with Jack Close. Remember Phone Numberl3 JACK CORDELL, Propietor. , CLEANING AND PRESSING NEATLY DONE In Rear of Jack Close’s Barber Shop. Suits cleaned and pressed $1.50 Suits presed 1.00 Suits dry cleaned E 2.50 Clothes called for and delivered In any part of the city free of charge. Phone 13 J. C. HEIM Pron -» S. A. PLUMLEY Attorney aRd Counselor at Law Office—Town Council Chambers. Ketchikan, Alaska. -• +++++++++++++*+ ♦ ATTENTION FISHERMEN + * - + ♦ TO THOSE WHO ARE NOT ♦ ♦ FAMILIAR WITH MY METH- + ♦ ODS OF DOING BUSINESS, I + ♦ MAY SAY THAT ON ALL ♦ + SHIPMENTS OF FISH DIRECT ♦ + TO ME FOR DISPOSAL, MY * ♦ COMISSION SHALL BE 3 + ♦ CENTS ON THE DOLLAR, ♦ ♦ AND IN EVERY RESPECT + ♦ SATISFACTION GUARANTE- + + ED. + SHIPMENTS OF FISH FROM * + ALASKA SOLICITED. + ♦ FAITHFULLY YOURS + ♦ PETER GUSMANI, + ♦ SEATTLE, WASH ♦ ♦ 1315 1st AVENUE, * +++++♦*+++**+** People’s Meat Markel At The Old Stantb Opposite Sparahawk’s Store, Newtown SWIFT & COMPANY’S MEATS ED COOK, Prople^or. • _ James M. Shoui Attorney at Law Offices adjoining V. S. Custom: Office Notary KETCHIKAN CAMP, NO. 20, A. B Meet? every Monday evening at 8 p.m. at A. B. Hall. Visiting Brothers Welcome H. M. Staekpole. A. C D. M. Smith Harris, A. R. The quality of Ladysmith Coal h guaranteed by the Northland Does company. adv NOTICE We hereby give notice that repair work left with us must be called for within thirty (30) days. After the expiration of that time, th goods will be sold for charges. RYUS DRUG CO. »»♦»»« »■:; •<+>"*+**»*# I If You Want a l I WHITE XMAS | + Send your holiady linen to the + | Electric Laundry ! It will receive Special Attention 1 ^ Phone 156 £ MMMK Wt»l »g»l General Hauling and work of al! kinds done by the Independent Transfer Company • C. M. TAYLOR, Agent Phone 64 Alaska Delivery WALTER GRAY, prop COAL DELIVERED FROM ALI DOCKS PHONES 61—71 MARY A C- GIBSON Sten ographer Notary Public OFFICES —Newtown Home— Phon e 142 Ketchikan Wharf Co. COAL COAL NANAIMO Lump Coal $9.00 PER TON. Ketchikan Wharf Co. 'C. M. Taylor Phone 64 Agent C. E. INGERSOLL attorney at law Prompt attention given to perfecting land title* and securing patents. Ketchikan, Alaska a CHAS. H. COSGROVE Attorney at Law KNERAL PRACTICE I 1 Seattle liar \ | $-.—i | Is the most popular resort $ in town; because of the | | quality of Liquors, Sj J Wines & Cigars Sold, by 5j I S —— ..—:-... —■—— « S -L_ I m * Peter Nelson Prop. Ketchikan, Alaska « 4*444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444 ~rmiri ' I Mi mi 11 up mwii mi iii' nii'imwiiii————i | A MESSAGE I On Your Arrival in, or your Departure From the City, if You Visit The SIDEBOARD ---- -- X33 Corner Front and Dock Streets, You Will be Welcomed on Your Arrival and Carry the Good Wishes of M. E. MARTIN With You on Your Departure. Congeniality, Goodfellowship and Fair Treatment Combined, is our Long Suit. _]_ j NORTHERN MACHINE WORKS j | Standard Qas Engines I 2 Gas Engine Supplies Jefferson Swing Unions £ Titan Balata Belting Edison Wet Batteries and Renewals 5 if s £ OUR SPECIALTIES f * OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING § ^ GAS ENGINE REPAIRS I * . GENERAL MACHINE SHOP WORK $ the Cabinet Is widely known; not only for the qadity of its Liquors, Wines and Cigars, but for its hospitality to its numerouspatrons. ttenru Goemaore and fl.W. Morgan Ketchikan, ' Alaska. I ik* ADMIRAL A place where Friends or Foes are equally well treated; a place where the best Liquors, Wines and Cigars are kept. Our motto being". “Thebestis none too good for our Patrons” At the Admiral; Saloon, Ketchikan. ^■EEGsas^sas lEttsm&msaEss&ir* Westinghouse Automatic Electric Range -t MORE CONVENIENT and more ECONOMICAL THAN ~i FUEL IN OPERATION NO SMOKE NO DIRT V NO GASES NO FUMES U ® . I ^Citizens’ Light, Power & Water Co. j jPOODLEDOG* Arfflw'W'W W |vit\lLL| Where Everybody goes to eat, be cause of the quality of Meals served and the reasonable prices charged. The best in the market; excellent service and courtesy, is our Motto at the POODLE DOG GRILL. G'H.*Wilkes’’Prop, Katchikan, Alaska.