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> ► > ► ► I ALL FRESH GOODS I HIGHEST GRADES ► I Sam’! AppEebaum T A DAP ST Jj ilii u Washingpui. Oct . 11. The Industrial C inferere'.’ this .morning adjourned until 'I’lK sdin to give committees time to consider various proposals and to formulate reports. President Ss SYSuch interested Washington, Oct. 15.- -Wnite House reports say that President W Ison will not sanction tie* adjournment of th<‘ National Industri.il Conference until it e.vhaiisis ev»ry possible means in sav ing the present, industrial situation. President Wilson, despite of la is serious illness, has been advised of t he tense situation in the conference, relating to t he controversy over tin1 labor propo sals to arbitrate the s;ee| strike. Air. \v iIson feels that this incident should not binder the success of the confer ence. Lewis Answers Summons Washington, Ocl. It) - -Acting Presi dent Lewis, ot the United Minework ers’ Union, today answers Secretary of .Labor WiKon’s summons. Washington. Oca. 15 - Samuel darn* pet's, the venerable president of tin* .American Kederai ion of Labor, broke down last nuhr. from nervous exhaus tion, and his temperature is 101 Labor leaders say this illness is the re sult of moo; hs of unremitting work in connection with the peace treaty, the international Labor (.’oniVrenee at. .Am sterdam, and the steel strike. Government Gets Nice Sum Chicago. Oct. 15. The neat, little v.n* of $7.'),000 was pahi as \v?.r tax from tiie moont worid ciiampionship baseball games. Managers Garry Her mann. of t tie Cincinnati Reds, and Charles Cominsky. of the Chicago While Sox. cleaned up $05,000 each from the series. Seattle Lawyer Nearly Killed Seattle, Oct. ^15. John Cicoria, a cafe proprii tor and leader of the Italian colony of this city, this morning shot and fatally wounded Edward F. < Kien sira. a police-court lawyer. They had frequently quarreled over personal dif ferences. Big Fire at Lake Minnetonka Minneapolis, Oct. 16.- -Fire today de stroyed 70 cottages at the Methodist assembly grounds at Rake Minnetonka. Two children were seriously burned. rin visit tu Pi;it City last Saturday evening of tin-* gallant (’apt. C. A. Hnerner, factor of the N. C. and 1 louse-of-Qua 1 iiy Appicbaum was occa sioned, it is rumored, b\ a hurriedly called conference of merchants to de vise wa\s to overcome and holster up the demoralized state of the spud mar ket. caused hy the insidious machina tions of an insurgent plunger in that Useful commodity -who. it is reported, unhesitatingly guarantees his tales to he ‘'freshly candled daily.” When asked hy the Pioneer’s Hired Hand what action, if any, was taken at the metchants5 meeting. Mr. .Appie baum, after casting a mournful glance around, remarked that he “didn’t ex pect many real old people income in over the i rad this winter.*5 And that's as near as the Pioneer was able to get at the ins and outs ol t he local potato si.mil ion. Later.—It is noised about in the buss marts of trade that the same insurgent plunger is about to spring another sur prise on his compelitors—someihing in the nature of ‘cold slaw.” S and from under, every Cody ! !! a ENJOYED The lirsi meeting for the 1919-20 sea son of igloo No. 10, Pioneers oi‘ Alaska, at Elat ( iiy Iasi Wednesday night was attended and enjoyed by about 7f> of the old scouts. There was plent v to eat, some song, tail no wine or women. After the business session and the initiation of Haul Fix nn and William Richardson into the mat velons mysteries of the order, the feast of good things, prt - pared at the Grand hotel, was served a hi cafeteria- A social session and smokefest was indulged for a couple of hours before the meeting adjourned, .lack Keller, the igloo's sauviloquent vice-president, presided over the meet ing with the sang froid of a Clemen ceau. The next regular meeting of t lie igloo will be held at the same place on Wednesday evening, Nov. 5. All mem bers are urged to put in an appearance and enjoy the fun. Gently Goes and Softly Comes New York. Oct. IT—Col. E. M. House, the American peace delegate, arrived from Paris this morning. CLOSING OUT Clothing, Hardware, Harness and Saddlery AM at Reduced Prices C. R. PECK, FLAT OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE. EVERYTHING THAT IS NECESSARY FOR The Home of Hart. Schaffner & Marx Good Clothes F I Benny Cedermalm at Fritz’s IhivuiiT, during the past 20 years.! tried out many occupations from cul tivation lemons in Southern ('alit'oruia 1 to stampeding for yoki far within the j Arctic, t’ircle Benny (’edermalm wili this winter yive the roadhouse business “a run. \\ ith fits partner. Mr. ihmnh. : another oldtitucr. he left town last! Thursday for Frit/.’s madhouse, on the Idit a md-Oph ir trail, where he will feed the tired and huiurry wayfarer. How Cold the Weather Got By Bio N. (’. <'(>.‘s I liermumelor. tlu»| following: rocorcU iho cjlik'M letupem- I I uiv <hii inl! — October 11 3»3 doj* liivor flour. •• 13 35 . 15 31 •' W *>. . ■ >' »' . 1(1 111 17 nil •• Slush iff. Job P itting at Pioneer Shop Tin* recent cold snap caustftJ a cessa tion of mining operations on Upper Flat, creek, but thg mild weather of Friday and Saturday of last week templed "King David” Strandberg, on the Upgrade, to make an effort to finish a cleanup that had frozen in the boxes. He was so successful in that instance, and the soft, ure.&i her continuing, that he caused the ram’s horn to be sounded to summon his laborers to a renewal of work in t ho field of gold, and on Monday last be resumed his usual min ing operations with a full crew of men. Jack Stneaton. the old Donlin-creek resident er. after a sojourn of several months in the Kuskokwim country, ar rived at Fiat City early in the week. J K. M. Beattie ably represented The Funding at tin* Pioneers’ meeting at flat on last Wednesday evening. IN THE CAMP WE ARE WELL SUPPLIED WITH Tallow, Cracked Corn, Rica, Ctfru Meal Rolled Oats, Bacon and Ham WE ARE AGENTS FOR Prosser’s Nome Dog Harness 77/£ OJVZ. K RE ALL Y GOOD HARNESS ON THE MARKET 6 9 * Northern Commercial Co.