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and Save Money MANTEL (LOCKS . . $10 to $30 Requlitr I’rite $13 to $30 4L4RM CLOCKS,Guaranteed for f year SIMPLEX S day, regular price $5, now $4.00 AUTOMATIC S day, regular price $5, now $4.00 BIG BEX 1 day, regular price $4, now $3.25 BABY BEN 1 day, regular price $4, now $3.25 TATTLER 1 day, regular price $4, now $3.00 TATTOO 1 day, regular price $3.50, now $2.50 NEW ECHO 1 day, regular price $.3.50, now $2.50 LARK 1 day, regular price $2.50, now $2.00 PIRATE 1 day, regular price $2, now $1.50 INGEKSOI WATCHES YANKEE present outside price $2.25 our price $1.75 TRIUMPH present outside price $2 50 our price $2.00 RADOLITE present outside price $3.25 our price $2.75 BRACELET WATCH outside price $5.50 our price $5.00 RELIANCE ”7 jewel” outside price $7.50 our price $7.00 POCKI I HI \ Wat< lies $2.00 values, our price $1.50 BOY PROOI Watches $2.00 values, our price $1.50 You vs ill not be able to bus at these prices when this supply is exhausted, so yet busy. SUTER The Live Jeweler JUST RECEIVED FOR BOYS Corduroy Knickerbockers Wool 1 weed Boys’ Suits Boys’ Shirts and as the “Pirate” says, “every thing cheap” at ALEX SIMSON'S CLOTHES SHOP Directly Opposite Nordale Hotei Corner Front & Blanchfield Streets. SOLDIERS HUNT SKEETER IVORY KEM, Russian Eapland (/P) - Ami-i ican railway forces anil other Allied troops operating on the Murmansk front this summer found the Arctic mosquitoes worse foes Chan the bol sheviki. “After the war is over,” one Yank recently told the correspondent, “we’re LET US help you save time temper and money Have your laundry done WET WASH S cents the pound New Cascade Laundry I'hone 171 reins; to come up here anil organize :> 11 expedition to hunt these inosqui ur,> for their ivory. They’re not like ■ id’eary mosquitoes, They buzz up bite a piece out of your leg, and then !i> ;iv.;p into tlie trees and eat it ” Ktt According to information received in town on Sunday's mail Alex I. Hanoi, one of the best known min ing men in this district, was married in Seattle last month. His bride wass Miss Helen Jane Goodman, a Seattle girl, daughter of Mrs. R E Goodman. A number of Mr. Hanot’s friends are in receipt of invitations to the wedding. The best of wishes of a host of Alaskan friends will go to the newly married couple. STR. TANA1NA Connecting with the Str. YUKON FOR DAWSON and Way Points Leaves Chena at NOON TODAY Car for passengers ONLY leaves the 'I'. V. I\. I\. station at 10 o’clock this morning Travelers’ Checks and Money Orders For full information apply A.-Y.-N. DOCK. NAVAL IMPROVEMENTS FOR COAST OF ALASKA SAYS SFC'Y DANIELS SI. A I I 1.1 .. S11>1 la. (/d1) Talking lodav to news papei mi ■ Sccrciarv ot tin Xa\\ loscplnis I kauicls corrobor ated tin- statements made some time since In other olficia o! the utuv department to the effect that the department intends shortk to cause a number o! improvements to In made tn a ntimbci ot harbors alone; the Alaska coast in ol der that thev mav be adei|ttatelv prov ided w ith necessities lor sttpplv ini; war vessels. lie made this statement when questioned with teqard to the department's intentions to cs lablish naval base- on the \la.ska coast, s.avinq that the tin prov emeu- wiil be made as the necessilv .arises. I he secretary also stated that the licet will shortk vmi M.i'ka water- I k- further expressed tin.- reqiet that lie can not make tin- 11up as this l ime, sax itiq that Alaska is a part o• •tin c,, uuti\ (hit lie ha longed to see bill that he will liavi to put oil that pleasure for a future date. MARSHAL FOCH I I > M M VNI >FR IN I 111 El' i lE ALLIED \RMIFS HI RINC! I \ST HAYS I 11-’ V \T! N11\\ Tl RNS II1S \T I'ENT’K i.N I'll Ills OWN lioMES I M MT’AIRS Fc HI I IMF ASKS BELGIUM TO FIND THE REMAINS OF HIS SON CAPTAIN PPCP.NP POCII M PI’ j DPATH IN HI*; PC 11 M l«;\RPY IN | war and FATHER II \S not HAD TIME Tn SEARCH FOR j l.i'DY i NTH, NoW I ’ A IMS. Sept. If. (/I*) Now llial tin war is over anil tin former war ling nations am quieting down to isi'twlay lil» again, I'Vrdinand Foeli. maishal "| France and command* i in chief of all of tin- allied anun on tin w ••stern front dining ti last days ol tin- war, lias turned In attention to his domestic- troiihl*. having been relieved of some of tin cams of command And, having don* so, *nn- of his first Lhols is of In son, Gaplain Bugen* Koch, who wa killed in battle in Belgium during t-arly day. of tin- war in I'all The marshal is asking, lik* many another French father, that III*- re-I j ing place of his son b* found possible. II* makes tin- r» qil* I ol tin- Belgian people, uot as a general.! but with the same humility a- tin request of tin lowest peasant i presented. 11 ♦ • acknowledges tin j fact that there is but little hope that he can ever find his son’s remain.' but has expressed tin- desire to take 1 tin* one chance possible in a r< j quest submitted to tin- Belgian gov 1 eminent. General Foch received word of lib son’s death while he was in com mand of the French army during the lirst battle- of tin- Marne. It is fold of him that, as he sat in his head quarters’ office with his staff mak ing plans for the advancement of ln> troops, w hen he first me* B the news he allowed his head i< droop for just a moment, then ra» ing it, said, “gentlemen, we will con tinue with our plans for advancing.’’ TANANA LEAVES CHENA THIS A. M. TAKES PASSENGERS TO MEET THE YUKON WHICH TURNS BACK ON LOWER RIVER. The steamer Tanana will leave from Cliena today at noon for I lie lower Tanana river wrai passenger-, and a cargo for the Yukon. If i. believed that I he boats will connect about Tolovana, the Yukon returning to Lawson from there and the Tana na coming back to (Jhena. General Agent J. A. Fairborn is shipping out on the Tunana as purser ami will see that the passengers on the Yu kon do not have to complete their trip to Fairbanks as "parcel post.” A special car will leave the T. V. R. R. station this morning at 10 o’clock carrying oul> passengers for t he Tanana. SEVEN PEOPLE OFF TO COAST TWO GIBSON GARS TAKE OUT PASSENGERS FOR OUTSIDE NEXT GAR OUT FRIDAY. Two cars of the Gibson Auto-Stage line left town yesterday morning with seven passengers bound for the hig Outside to spend the winter months. Among those leaving were W. S Dunscomb, who lias been here sev eral days in the interests of a state j ii.e lm iwaiiutarluiiiig < one. in, - iinly m lot .11 < 011(1 iI mu ami 111ai lo-l Mi I II. Quii K and lit i le dauglilei. I' '» Slade, I >i II. .1 Met alltlin, who i elliullle In California Ini a few i lie illtlis vi il. K T Wnlcot I, wlin i "Hi.- n il I in e« • lin\v lii; ('alilul'llia prune i Miieli i: gelling alone, ilenige! in \ and R Kylel SHOT BY WIFE •\.\ Mi', \RTHY SHUT W'h Kll.l. | Kl» I'.Y W1FIC WOMAN HFINO j 1II :i .1 > I!Y MARSHAL Oo Oil OAI.I III.I! Rin.K l'.S FI i I iFTAIlARK I .AOKINO According lo reports rereived by 1 I S. Marshal I, I Krvvin yesterday Dan MeCarlhy, a well known Brook mining operator, was hoi and kill *d by In.' wile al their home oil lal lian creek Sunday. Mi McCarthy, hoi Sunday morning, lingered mat. itlg a hard tight for lie lift* until early y< . terday morning The first information wa received in I he follow mg I (degram "Brooks, S'ept. 1M, 191'.t i .rw m. Marshal, Fairbanks. “Dan McCarthy shot in irileslim I with MU I S rifle by his wile to day Have her in charge. Chances are .dim for McCarthy.' recovery f Will keep you posted. Will like I . 1 no| have hearing uniil crisis pa i (Signed) "Mil.I.Ki; • A short time after Ibis me? .age I v. a received Marshal la win recei anoi her telegram staling that M> Carthy died at t! Ml! a. m. Monday. Cp to a late hour yesterday after noon, no report of an inquest had been received at the marshal’.' ot lice, and it is believed that He hearing would hardly lake place uni today. No details of the* shooting have been received here. Dan Mr Cart by is well known Ihruoul II • district, having been in the minim.* game here for many years and b« iii4 one of the first to go into the Brook, camp where he has mad* consider able money. His claim on Lillian gulch is reported to be one of the richest on the creek. MURPHY BURIAL THURSDAY MORN TIM Ml KPHY Fl'NERAI. AT PATH OI.IP CHURCH NEXT THURS DAY MORNING. The funeral services for the late Timothy Murphy will be held next Thursday morning at 9:30 o’clock at the Catholic church. The body will he interred in the church plot in the local cemetery. II came up lioin Nenana yesterday in the launch \ iclury. NEWSY NOTES FROM NENANA NENANA. Aaa. Sept, 15. At two o’clock this afternoon all that was j mortal of Jack Hansen was lowered j to its last resting place in the local | cemetery. A large crowd attended the the burial, the commission offices and shops suspending work for a time and many of the Nenana business houses ( losing down in order that employees and others might be present. The burial in Nenana was ordered by flu* relative: of the dead man. Sunday evening a special service was held for Mi'. Hansen. At this service Rev. Dr Diven, pastor of (Trace church, lie livered a touching and sympathetic address, and special song numbers were given, one by Crosby Keene. 'Beautiful of Somewhere,’ and a duet by Keene and Hoev, "A Perfect Day.” Many Moral offerings were heaped on the casket and over the grave, from lack’s numerous friend's. One of the most beautiful pieces coming from the Fairbanks Baseball club The pall bearers were selected from his former The next steamer arriving lias New Mioods lor us in abundance, suitable lor Fall (AHll Winter Wear Mompri-ed in the lot are Shoes in l.eatber, belt and Rubber Suits toi Men and \ ouths ( Kei coals and l Islet s I lannel Shirts Mackinaws in Moats and Rants Slap Slurls, Hath Robes, Neckua n I ’llttees. Maps tor ball and \\ inlet Suspenders I bjisei \ and mam otbei lines too numerous to mention Our Stock is positively new and tresli, carelulK select ed, and our puarntitee piics with every article Not Inn a Shoddy in ( tin :Tore Fairbanks Clothing Co. /'./;/ luniks and A'nunut | R. 111>\s le 11 pc I11 m'Iici team mater <>n tie* N» nann b i • ball team. \ , apiillv a- |*o sbile the roninii ion will put iii' i) in u«»rk on the new i,it ion itn .»ut b or Lignite Then i:; some talk uf n«o mu i lie H. t that i"..ni fm pu hing tin [ ade w oi k along All aa a liable laboi nd equipment will he u »*d "ti lln i ade m order to gel tin- h • I laid o ib north end ol N« nana « an>«»n al lln* ' a i I n ■ l po ihh dale 11 i . t iniated 11 hat it will take ' n da v to la > steel on t his • < t i"ti of t In* Iim 11 i: has been nreomplh le-d He re w ill t. i the grade e eompleled. When be ph nt.N ol’ rni'k work foi all evperi ■ a* * (1 rock men. DON’T FAIL TO HI Y YOl A’ Ammunition Guns, Mies, Lines, Rods, limiting Coats, Vests, Belts, Rubber Boots, I'lasli Lights, Mesh Batteries Buy Now GUN STORE -'ll .1 . ' 11 • 'it 1 t 'usliuiun. ri.ullf I Classified Advertisements ' t: if • 11 * VN fl V. ill • ill! i hom* ami I r no in lion • < •" I in ‘i' i |»:iI I mill . I|.|.|> In III. rm/.K\ I Ini \ |>'-« ial .l«< I ion will hr lirhl hn .■ lonmi low lo rlrrl r\ • n roiln ilnmn I'lmir an IX ramlnlah in Hn* lirhl *a F 'JON, CRANF. .n i f’lKH'S fiTA riuNERV— BOX and rABLEFS M'INTOSH & KUBON, Diuggists. I Ml) Hi \\l I I I f < \ \ I ‘Little Brothers’ 2 Shows 25 cents B p m. LADIES Visit Our Fall Shotairuj oj Millinery and Coats Personalia Selected MONO A Y, SEPTEMBER 15th. / P. M THE FASHION SHOP EXTRA FINE Select Roasting Chickens Fresh Stock Broilers Bologna, Frankfurters DRY PACK CREAMERY BUTTER Waechter Bros. Co.