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OPINING Y, i ft Si 01 6»flt PCCKItN^ wueii p0tKtT wet or dry, wear DRY BAK clothing and be comfort able—Made of pliable, waterproof khaki cloth. Coat likepllustration - - - $5.00 Pants to match.$3.00 Valdez Mercantile Co., Inc. TRUE VALUES On the basis ot Security and Service we solicit your account. WE DO A BANKING BUSINESS EXCLUSIVELY. VALDEZ BANK & TRUST CO. Job Printing At The Prospector Office GRAND DANCE NEXT MONDr EVENING Thu people of Valdez will he given another opportunity to en joy (he music of the hand from ..Fort Liscum. The occasion will he the grand fall dance for the benefit of the Catholic church, Eagle Hall next Monday night. The ladies of the altar society will furnish refreshments and promise good things in abun dance to eat. Tickets will be at the popular price $1. Ladies free. LOCAL BREVITIES. Dance at Moose Hall tonight, 9 :.'H) sharp. Oscar Meyers is up from Cor dova for a few days. The champion rope thrower at the Orpheum tonight. Mrs. Hanson has returned to town after a visit to the slates. (iuy Hrubaker returned from 1 Cordova on the Northwestern this morning. Two-reel feature with two comedies at tie Orpheum tonight. Frank Kernan has returned to (own after spending some time in the interior. Fresh turnips, carrots and rah hage from Middleton Island at King's Crocery. E. I,. Dickey is hack in town from the Niv.ina. He came out via Cordova. Frank Stone returned on the Northwestern from a visit to his parents in Europe. Don’t forget the usual Wednes day evening dance at Moose Hall. Don't miss the two-reel feature at the Orpheum. Complete change tomorrow. Hubert Wehher and wife are in town from Solomon (Inlch. They will return home this evening. J ll. D. Waterman returned last evening from a trip of inspection of the properties on the glacier. FOR RENT—Two live-room houses on Broadway. In lirsl class condition. Empiire of Charles Craw font at the Plain ing Mill. If. .Morris King, son of Council man Harry King, will return to his home in New York on the Northwestern after having paid a visit of two months to his father here. A fresh supply of Chinese goods just received on the Samp son—Chop Suev and Chinese j Noodles at the Valdez Cafe. _ SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION. In the United States -District Court for the Territory of Alaska, Third Division.. Fred I,. Peck, plaint ill', vs. An nie Peck, defendant_No. OKI.— Summons for Publication. The President of the United States of America, greeting: To the above-named, defend ant, Annie Peck: You are hereby required to ap pear in the District Court for the Territory of Alaska, Third divis ion, within thirty (30) days after the completion of the service of this summons upon you, and an swer tile complaint of the above named plaintiff, the original of said complaint is on tile with the clerk of the above court, at Val dez, Alaska, and unless you so appear and answer, the plaint ill' will apply to the Court for the relief demanded in said com plaint. This action is brought to se cure a divorce from the defend ant upon the grounds of deser tion ami abandonment, and this summons is served upon you by publication, thereof, pursuant to an order of the above Court, made and entered on the 27th day of June, 1913. ■ Witness the Honorable Fred M. Brown, Judge-of said Court, this 30th dav of August, in the yrtar of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and thirteen, and of our independence the one hun dred and thirty-seventh. ARTHUR LANK, (Seal) Clerk. First pub. Aug. 30, 1913. Last pub. Oct, <i, 1913,_ j JAMES NARAY, THE j SHOEMAKER has moved to the Phoenix Block* in Keystone Ave. where he will do BOOT A SHOE Repairing in first class order and reasonable. W. <!. Hates, superintendent of j native schools of Southeastern ! Alaska, will gather data this sum- , mer regarding the part the na 'lives play in the lishing industry. The work is being done at the in stance of \V. T. I.opp in charge of the Alaska division l\ S. Hu reau of Kdueal ion. The public generally regards all natives as paupers and little realizes that many in Southeastern Alaska own gas launches and are prosperous. Native families in many case's will make from *7no lo $800 dur ing the lishing season. Last year a number of native boys only I i or 15 years old. cleared *550 each, lishing. The report made by Superintendent Hattie should make interesting reading. TERM OF COURT BEGINS OCT. M ■ -— A term of court has been cal led to begin October I i, and the grand and petit jurors will be drawn on September N. Chas. Kraemer, jury commissioner, and Arthur Lang, clerk of tin* court,' will olliciate at the drawing of I In jurors. Judge Fred M. Brown, who is now in Seattle, will preside at the coming term. PASSENGER LIST OF NORTHWESTERN The Northwestern arrived in port Ibis forenoon with consider able freight consignment to lo cal merchants. The passengers were: Mrs. Jennie P. McClure, Mrs. J. P. Ilatjson, Frank Stone, J. Jenson, Buy Brubaker, Frank Kcrnan, Thus. P. Ittggs, J. \V. Ar nold, Col. \V. P. Richardson, K. L. Dickey, \V. II. Johnson, \V. II. Crary, \V. (). (irulie and \V. W . I Hunter. ! Venice, Sepl. It—An llllaclle ol I he Russian embassy al Vienna was t'linml unconscious in his 1 apaclmcnl in a train Imlay. lie bad been drugged h\ a woman with whom lie became aeipiainled ! while traveling, tie was robbed j of a ring valued al $8,not) and | which was an heirloom of his I family. PRINcTInUEL Will SOON WED j London, Sepl. It.—F.x-King 1 Manuel will marry Princess Ali gns tiurf Victoria Lliis week. Many dislinguished foreigners will wit ness | he ceremony as Manuel still has hopes of recovering lii.s throne. diggsIentenced ON SEPTEMBER 10 San Francisco, Sepl. 3.—Maury Diggs, who was convicted of vio lating I lie white slave law when he eloped to Reno with a young girl from Sacramento, will he sentenced on September 1(1. eiRDiuGAIN L00PSJHE LOOP Versailles, France, Sept. 3.— Aviator Pegoud again thrilled a vast audience by looping the loop. 'Flic daring hirdman says lie hears a charmed life and does not fear a fatal ending. Subscribe for the Prospector. A. M. Bierioffer Valdez Transfer Company General Trucking and Freight ing to all interior points LIVERY aird FEED STABLE STORAGE Teaming of all kinds' Positively no coal delivered ooless paid for in advance PROFESSIONAL Dr. H. COCKERILLE Graduate..of National University Washington,ID. C. DENTIST Phone 92 HFeurtecn'year»£in Office in Whaling building VALDEZ, Next to cable office DR. GERMAN | Phone is THE DENTIST ! Office rooms over Ow l Di nt! store. Office hours i 9 a. m., to o i>. ni.. 7 p. tn.. to 9 p. in. Sundays | by appointment All work guaranteed E. E. RITCHIE A \V Y E R phonk )36 Valdez, Alaska C. E. BUNNELL ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Offices Wall Street Phone 31 VALDEZ i MINING ENGINEER I_ F. BUTTERWORTH ! Civil Engineer and' i U. S. Deputy Land and Mineral Surveyor | Blue Printing u,.s. ,.hone. I99 j L. W. STORM. E. M. Valdez. Alaska j | Reports on Mines : Patent Surveys 1 Genesal Minino Engineering Phone No. ios Geo. f. white The Assayer Assaying and Ore Testing CORRECT RESULTS No More, No Less VALDEZ. ALASKA Valdez I*odge No 168. Free and Accepted Masons Regular ('ommumcations first Wednesday in each month in McKinley Hall Visitors always welcome. James H Patterson.. W. M C. C. Reynolds. Sec F O E VALDEZ AERIE Vo- 1971 Meet every Friday, 8 p.m.** Eagle Mai CAMP VALDEZ No. 10 Meet every Tuesday evening at 8 o’clock In Eagle Hall. All members |are requested to attend. S. McNIECE. Arctic Chief VALDEZ LODGE NO. 6,1.0. 0. F Meets every Monday at Sji. in. in ODD FELLOWS HALL Visiting Hrothersespeeiully invited Wm. Thomas, n. a. l\ S. Hvnt, i». u..'skc PIONEERS OF ALASKA^ IGLOO NO. 7. Meets every first and third Mon day of each month. All visit ing Brothers welcome. E. G. AMES, Secretary.