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S. BLUM & CO.
INCORPORATED BANKERS CAPITAL 3200,000.00. We do a general backing business. We sell exchange on all parts of the world. We pay 4 per cent interest on Time Certificates of Deposit GveYoui^reigb^CratracMo robert McIntosh DELIVERY GUARANTEED Contracts taken forjdelivery in the NELCHINA, CHISANA,* and SLATE CREEK sections. No contract too large, none too small. For prices apply to Rob’t McIntosh, Valdez. When in Chitina Stop at the CHITINA HOTEL Finest Hotel in the Interior—Well Heated, Clean Rooms. Bar in Connection. _Rates Reasonable Go to the ARCADE for quick, clean service. HAIfFRY IN CONNECTION DAIVE.IW EVERYTHING GOOD JACK CALL-IN & CO. BEST PLAGE TO EAT MRS. ST. MARIE’S Crawford Building, opposite Tele phone Exchange. < 7 a m to 9 am MKALSt Lunch 12 m to 1 i> m ' 6 to 7 p m BOARD & ROOM $50 per Mo. PIONEER BARBER SHOP WM.GlLLINEAU. Prop. Tonsorial Parldrs Best Appointed BATH ROOM in Valdez. Fine, Large Tubs--Plenty Hot Water THE PINZON CI6AR STORE DICK’S PLACE Fine Line of Cigars aad Tobacco; Fruits. Nuts. Candies. Card Room Soft Drinks of All Kills LAUNCH IDA Leave* from Valdez dock for SHOUP BAY and way points at 10 a. m. Daily W. J. CALLAGHAN. Dougherty & Ferguson GENERAL MERCHANDISE The best groceries received on every boat, Fresh vegetables, fruits and nuts. LAUNCH THREE-M Twin Screw, Powerful and Commodious, Freight, Passengers and Towing. Inquire Room 1, Panama Hotel. HUGO FELS Contractor and Builder Day t Work if Desired Estimates Furnished ! WORK GUARANTEED It up Hotel CtiAS. PdUtY, MSJf. THE BEST OT EVERYTHING IN THE HEART OT THE CITY 135itooiis¥frnftow-50SmmltooM5 Valdez Electric Company v Board of Directors: F. M. BOYLE ALBERT WHITE E. E. RITCHIE, President W. M. FINNICAL, First Vice-President GEORGE J. LOVE, Second Vice-President W. M. WILSON, Treasurer W. H. BLACKWELL, Secretary. A local company, financed wholly by local money, that will lead to municipal ownership. Any and all reduction in Light and Power rates in Valdez is due to the organization of the Valdez Electric Company. If rates are made permanently lower it will be through the existence of the Valdez Electric Company. In this Twentieth Century people are learning that they can run public utilities tor themselves as well as behevolent financiers can do it for them, and save the rake-off for their own pockets. Valdez Electric Company FREIGHT MOVING INTO INTERIOR McIntosh Will Send Out Another Out fit Next Saturday Morning With Freight for Different Points. . Bob McIntosh, the freighter, sent out twelve neaa of horses yesterday morning with big ioads consigned to many different points. The teams will travel together as far as possible on the government road before sep arating in order that they can take advantage of the broken road. The miners are beginning to send out by horse teams their outfits in preference to buying dog teams and going to other expense in getting their supplies into the new camps. The roadhouses along the road are also stocking up heavily in anticipa tion of the heavy travel which is sure to result from the work of the miners in the Nelchina and Chisana camps. Among tnose wnose outnts went out yesterday morning were Rochill and Johnson, bound for the Nelchi na. Others going to the Nelchina were Jos. Nicklsou and Geo. Chrisk. John Paulson left for the head of the Copper river, where he will pros pect, and the Big Sweede for the Shushanna. The roadhouses for which supplies were taken were Wortmans, The Drop, Ernestine, Copper Center and Gulkana. Mr. McIntosh states that he has received sufficient orders al ready to warrant sending out more horses next Saturday morning. For Sale. "Our Home” roadhouse at a bar gain, on Valdez-Fairbanks trail, fur nished and ready for business. Gar- i den under cultivation. Berries in J abundance in season. Good trapping \ and prospecting ground in vicinity. Possession can be given at once. Dougherty & Ferguson. Ladles. For Ideal Comfort in corset as well as style, health and durability, try a Nu Bone Corset and be convinced. Fittingp in the privacy of your home. For appointment—Phone 105. Mrs. T. R. Needham, general manager, in Fish building. To Rent or Lease. The Gakdna roadhouse, including 25 acres of land under cultivation; located in Copper river valley, 130 miles north of Valdez on the Shushan na trail. Good trading point for furs. A splendid opportunity for right par ties. Apply to JAMES FISH, next, door to Tillikum Club. The Nemo. Nemo Corsets are made over the living figure and are anatomically correct. Tehre can be no pressure at any point if the correct Nemo model is selected and worn. Private room for fitting. At E. WINTER’S, the Ladies' Furnisher. Hospital of the Good Samaritan. For 16.00 we will give you a ticket entitling you to hospital service and care for any eight weeks out of the year from date of your ticket, when incapacitated by injury or sickness. See W. H. Ziegler. Fresh eastern oysters at the Vai dez Cafe. tf HIGH GOST IS UHM1LE Return to Simplicity of Our Fa thers Would Solve Problem, Says Marvin. PITTSBURG, Pa., Nov. 20.—“The high cost of living can be summed up in a few words,” said S. S. Mar vin, of Philadelphia, president of the National Biscuit company, who Is here in connection with a campaign to raise $300,000 for the Western The ological seminary. "When we were boys our mothers used to give us a bowl of milk for supper, and we were the better off for that plain but wholesome diet. There would be no high cost of liv ing to speak of if people would eat mush and milk nowadays. But they won't. Yet I can see no better men physically or mentally than those we reared in the bygone days. "Then the women went to the mar kets with their baskets on their arms. They did not call up the grocer or the butcher on the telephone to deliv er a five-cent loaf of bread or a soup bone. The grocer and butcher must meet his expenses. People ask to be served, and they must pay for it.” HUERTA WILL TALK TO SOLONS i MEXICO CITY, Nov. 2U —1'rovis- j ional President Huerta has announ-! ced that he will deliver his message | to the newly convened congress to day and that the message will deal with the strained relations between the United States and the Mexican republic. The message will also re view the work of the Huerta admin istration. MCINTOSH’S OUTFIT CROSSES THE SUMMIT Fourteen of the McIntosh teams left here yesterday for the Nelchina and reached Wortman’s last night. They started over the summit this morning. A number of prospectors are traveling with the outfit, besides which a large consignment of sup- I plies are being taken in for others al ready in the new camp. THE TIDES Thursday, November 20. High tide 5:20 a. m., 4:17 p. m. Low tide 10:24 a. m., 11:29 p. m. Friday, November 21. High tide 6:24 a. m., 5:44 p. in. Low tide 11:57 a. m. Saturday, November 22. High tide 7:21 a. m., 7:16 p. ni. Low tide 12:36 a. ni., 1:30 p. m. Sunday', November 23. High tide 8:11 a. m„ 8:35 p. m. Low tide 1:38 a. m.. 2:39 p. m. Monday, November 24. High tide 8:57 a. m„ 9:43 p. m. Low tide 2:34 a. m.', 3:39 p. m. Tuesday, November 25. High tide 9:39 a. m„ 10:38 p. m. ! Low tide 3:22 a. m., 4:26 p. in. ! Wednesday, November 26. High tide 10:19 a. m., 11:28 p. m. Low tide 4:08 a. m., 5:16 p. m. Thursday, November 27. High tide 11:02 n. m. Low tide 4:48 a. in.. 6:00 p. m. Friday, November 28. High tide 12:18 a. ni., 11:43 a. ni. Low tide 5:30 a. m., 6:43 p. in. Saturday, November 29. High tide 1:05 a. m., 12:25 p. m. Low tide 6:13 a. ni., 7:29 p. m. \ Sunday, November 30. High tide 1:51 a. m., 1:37 p. in. ] Low tide 6:57 a. m„ 8:12 p. ni. • • Eagles Dance New Year’s Eve, j Grand masquerade and basket auc- j tion. The floor will be in perfect condition. James M. Dogget is over- j seeing the work; nuf said. The Committee on Arrangements— i Harry E. F. King. Herbert Davis, i J. M. Dogget, C. M. Day, F. M. Boyle,! it. M. McIntosh. Everyone of these t men are hustlers and there will be something doing that night. Music by the celebrated five-piece orches tra. Catholic Dance. Ti*e Catholic ladies will give a grand ball and bazar on November; 22hd at Mooee hall. Tickets to ! dance entitle holder to a chance up on a beautiful hand-worked table cen terpiete. New Goods. New goods on every boat at Mrs. Winter’s. Marca Rica Cigars VALDEZ MIOST POPULAR SMOKE JNTEQRIDAD'S BELMONT’S VAN DYKE r SMOKECRAFT'S CL SIDELLO’8 REPRESENTA’S OPTIMO’8 LOVERA’S Direct From The Factory\ INGRAM & BUSH EXCLUSIVE CIGAR DEALERS. Independent Laundry Co. Satisfaction Guaranteed I I Foot Keystone Aye Telephone 66 I | Routfh Dry lCc lb. Valdez Dock Co • PHONE NO. 1 JOBBER IN COAL, HAY and GRAIN AGENT FOR Alaska Steamship Company Alaska Coast Company ALASKA STEAMSHIP CO. S. S. Alameda, S. S. Northwestern Sail Nov. 7th, 17th and 27th For Skagway, Juneau, Ketchikan and Seattle, p. B. Tracy, Gen’l£Agt- Valdez Ooclc Co., Local Agt f^OASTi V^OMPANY: Steamers via the INSIDE PASSAGE calling at Ketchikan. Ju- j neau, Yakutat. Katalla, Cordova, Ellamar, Valdez Fort Lis- ■ cum, La to u eke, Seward, Cook Inlet Points and Kodiak. i S. S. Admiral Sampson Sailings from Seattle December 5. ((SAMPSON calls at ICodink each trip. California connections— Alaska-Pacific S. S. Co. ' R'cht is reserved to change this schedule without notice. B. F. WATSON VALDEZ DOCK CO. General Agent Local Agent Chas. R. Crawford Wall Street Phone 159 Plate glass, window glass, roofing and building papers, roofing pitch, lime, ce ment, plaster lath, shingles, builders hardware. Shop and job work of all kinds Windows, Doors, Moulding. Finish ing Lumber Agent* for Fairbanks, Morse & Co. - ! A. M. DiefinRer Valdez Transfer Company General Trucking and Freight ing to all interior point* LIVERY and FEED STABLE STORAGE Teaming of all kind*', Positively no coal delivered unless paid for la advance Valdez Sheet Metal Works Manufacturers of YAKSHAW STOVES Plumbing, Steam and Hot Water Heating, Pump* and Well Points. Sheet Metal Work of Every Description, Hose Valves, Irat °ipe, Fittings. When In Seward Stop at the COLEMAN HOUSE GEORGE SEXTON. Prop. SiRICTLy FIRST CLASS Fourth Avt Seward, Alaska Copper River Draying Co! K retain Ind amt i»snen*ers lo all ptru of the interior. Oeneral rruoklnu fctf. Wood. • Hroprietot McKtQ.ey Si. Valdez