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—the neatest socks And every pair guar anteed to wear for six months or new hose free. EVERY box of Hole proof contains a defi nite, printed guaran tee with a coupon for each pair. Sixpairs of cotton Hole proof for men, women and children are guaran teed to wear six months without a hole. Three pairs of silk Hole proof for men and women are guaranteed to wear three months without a hole. If any pairs fail, send them back and the man ufacturers will gladly and promptly send you new pairs in exchange. Even the gauzy, summer weights are guaranteed. Yet, most people buy Holeproof for their style, perfect fit and fine appearance. Think of the darning they save, and the expense too, of baying new hose every week or two. Don t you think you ought to puy Holeproof? Ask us to show you the new colors and various grades, $1.50 to $3.00 a box. 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. Steam Heat E,ectric Li«*,u THE COPPER BLOCK Finely Furnished Rooms All Modern Conveniences s.v.i THE BUFFET s.v.t Copper River Lumber Co., Inc. ALL KINDS OF ^Native and I I IMDCD and Building Puget Sound LiUlVlBIlifX Material CONSTANTLY ON HAND Prices Right W. M. FINICAL, Mgr. Phone 18 Patronize a Home Industry “OLYMPIAN” The Train of Luxury • TO Butte, Miles City, Sioux City, Minneapolis, and St: Paul, Milwaukee, Chicago All Points East, via the “MILWAUKEE” Leaves Seattle Daily at 10.15 A. M. “A TOUR DE LUXE" is an expression supremely fitting in con nection with a trip to the East on this palatial all-steel transconti nental train. It combines the enjoyment of rare scenic beauties with the pleasure of a journey in absolute ease and comfort. No Extra Fare on This Train For further information regarding fares, train service, reservations, etc., call on or address C. H. 'Kraemer, General Agent. Alaska Steamship Co. and Alaska Coast S. S. Co. VALDEZ, ALASKA City Ticket Offices, Chicago. Milwaukee A St. Paul Railway, 441 Hastings Si. West VANCOUVER. B. C. VALDEZ HARNESS SHOP HARNESS and SHOE REPAIR WORK DOG HARNESS MANUFACTURED We Make or Mend Any thing in Leather. Workmanship) Guaranteed Price* Reasonable. Shop in Swan Block CITY EXPRESS STORE \X/r Buy Anything' W H. Sell Everything. LYNCH & SPENARD LAUNCH BRIGHTON CAPT. STAMEY j Leave* once a week from VALDEZ DOCK; for PORT WELLS and Way Ports. FOR SPECIAL TRIPS SEE CAPT. STAMEY Notice to Creditors. In the United States Commissioner’s Court, ex officio Judge in Probate, Valdez Precinct, Third Judicial Di vision, Territory of Alaska. In the matter of the estate of Dav id H. Sleem. deceased; A. J. Wendler, administrator.—Notice to creditors. Notice is hereby given by the un dersigned, administrator of the estate df David H. Sleem, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against the said estate, to ex hibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within six (6) months af ter the first publication of this no tice, to the said administrator, at the office of C. E. Bunnell, at Valdez, Alaska, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate. Dated at Valdez, Alaska, this 24th day of November, 1913. A. J. WENDLER, Administrator of the estate of David H. Sleem. ' Date of first pub. November 25, ’13. Date of last pub. December 26, ’13. Jack Underwood, the Alaskan writ er and a member of the staff of the Seattle Times, is at Cordova waiting for dogs witn which he will make a trip of investigation into the Chlsana district. LOCAL BREVITIES. Abe Bell Is in town from out the trail. • Fresh eastern oysters at the Vai dez Cafe. tf John Hansen is an arrival from out the trail. Fresh Seal shipped oysters on ev ery boat for Frye-Bruhn Co. Miss W. J. Korth returned lo Valdez yesterday. „ Great reduction in everything new and second-hand at Adler’s. Hazel Kirke in two reels at the i Orpheum tonight. - I Judge Jennings will* leave for Ju neau on the Alameda. Fine pictures at the Orpheum to night. Three mushers arrived in town this morning from Fairbanks. Just received, a large consignment of furniture at Rudolph’s. Dan Sheehan arrived in town from the summit at noon today. The goods must go at a sacrifice at Adler’s. M. Brock, accompan'ed by his wife, returned to Cordova on the Alameda. See Blum’s window for good eats for Thanksgiving. Jeff Dowling has six dogs ready to start over the trail on Friday next. Fresh Red Spapper at the Valdez Cafe. tf G. C. Baker returned from a pros pecting trip down the Sound today. Fine watch and iewelry repairing alt work guaranteed. H. V. Hern don. witj Owl Drug Co. Hazel Kirke, a beautiful drama in two reels, at the Orpheum change to night. POSITION wanted by experienced woman as camp cook. Inquire at the Prospector office Usual Wednesday evening dance at Moose hall tomorrow at 9:30. Home waltz at twelve. We are showing the largest line of holiday goods ever shown in town. S. BLUM & CO. ’ Father Van der Pol returned from Seattle on yesterday's boat and will remain in Va'deez for the tyinter. Blum’s Just received a large ship ment of fancy groceries for Thanks giving. See their window. The Wilson teams arrived in Val dez this noon from the summit and report the trail in fine condition. The best place to bathe is at tne Pioneer barber shop; large tubs and plenty of warm water. Charles Crawford, the man who made a mine of the Gold King prop erty, returned to Valdez yesterday, i _ If you want to sell or buy any sec ond-hand furniture, stoves, etc., call up City Express. Telephone 82. B. F. Tracy, the general agent of the Alaska Steamship company, is a round trip passenger on the Alameda. ’ The best place to bathe is at the Pioneer barber shop; large tubs and plentv of warm water. that they will be closed all day Thurs day, "Thanksgiving day,” so that the clerks may enjoy -the day with family and friends. FOR RENT—Centrally located and partly furnished house opposite the Moose hall. Rent reasonable. Apply Mrs. Burr. Mrs. A. L. Florence and child re turned to Valdez on the last steam er. Mr. Florence is connected with the road commission. Father William Shepherd returned to Valdez on the Alameda from Cor dova, where he was called to vis't a sick member of the church. Judge F. M. Brown returned to Val dez on the Alameda from Ellamar, wheree he had gone to visit his daugh ter. Mrs. L. L. Mlddlecamp. Thanksgiving Dinner. For Thanksgiving dinner come and buy a fresh killed turkey, goose or duck, shell oysters by the dozen, Olympia and Eagle brand oysters by the can; lettuce, tomatoes, celery, cucumbers and nice things for your Thanksgiving dinner. LOVE-WHITLEY COMPANY. Beginning Dec. 1, 1913, the following rates will go into effect by the Alaska Water, Light & Telephone Co. Telephones Business Phones, per month - $4.50 Residence “ “ “ - - 2.50 Lights, Flat Rate On a basis of 16 C. P. Carbon or 40 watt Mazda, one light, per month - $1.00 All over one, each, per month - 85c Meter Rate for Light From 1 to 100 kilo-watt hours in one month, per k. w. h. - 8 cents From 100 to 300 kilo-watt hours in one month, per k. w. h. - 6 cents All over 300 kilo-watt hours in one month, k.w.h. — - 5 cents Minimum Rate - - - $1.00 Power Rate From 1 to 100 kilo-watt hours in one month, per k.w.h. - - 8 cents From 100 to 300 kilo-watt hours in one month, per k.w.h. - 6 cents All over 300 kilo-watt hours in one month, per k.w.h. - - 5 cents Minimum Power Rate All over 5 h.p., per month - - $3.00 One h.p. and not to exceed 5 h.p. per month - 1.50 Under one h.p., per month - 1.00 Alaska Water, Light & Telephone Co. By T. G. QUINN, Supt.