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Seward Daily Gateway Newspaper Archives Oct 1 1913, Page 6

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Seward Daily Gateway (Newspaper) - October 1, 1913, Seward, Alaska4 SEWARD DAILY GAT Eft'AY GATEWAY PUBLISHING CO. SHAW & JUDSON, • - LESSEES SUBSCRIPTION RATESi One Dollar per Month; Ten Centsa Copy i ■ ... .^ # 5cward, Alaska, October I, 1«13 MW OLSEN GUILTY The ease of Harry Olsen, charged with assault upon the person of Price Tjocklin, alleged to have been com- mitted Simda\ night, came onjfor hear- |::tr yesteiahn afternoon before (Com- missioner Conroy. T he defendant de- manded a jury trial and the* following were summoned: Geo. Sexton, la. K. Kudolph, Chovt.ee Whitney, J. O. Patton. (tus Manthev, J. A. Strausser, (). L. Keese, O. P. Morgan, Hubert Seifert. L. l>. Colvin, H. K. Kllsworth ami A. H. Met.onaghav. Assistant District Attorney Whittlesey repre- sented the government, while Olsen plead his own cause. After being out but a few minutes, the jury brought in a verdict of guilty. The commiss- ioner imposed a tine ot $J50, or it) Hue thereof, l‘Jn days in the Valdez jail. LICENSED GUIDES OF PENINSULA The following compose a list of the licensed guides of the Kenai peninsula. First class—Charles Kmsweiler, Col. ”, v- 'le, Andrew Uerjr, K. E. Chamberlain. Hen Sweazey, Thomas Towle. IE. 1*1. Dewitt, C. C. Tolman, J. C. Gilpatrick. Andrew Simons, Henry Locks, Andrew l>er£, W. G. Weaver, II. G, Singer, W. J. MeKeon, Fritz i’ost, Julius Christiansen, Jos. Falar- deau. Second class—Fedor < ‘huckalush’, Detuidoff Matnala, Pelka Hahoit, lokenkj Shanyay. An exceptionally hisfh tide prevails today. When iu need of stationery, don’t forget that there is a swell line at Cordon's. Pipe the .show window. Chance in hill of fare every day of the week at the Commerce Cute "Aeroplane flying imposes unforeseen and trying conditions on a watch. The aeroplane vibrates constantly. It tilts at all angles. Often it lands with a jolt that would ruin the balance-wheel of many a watch. The Wright Brothers had most * unsatisfactory experiences with all 3 the watches they tried in Europe and America—until they adopted the HOWARD. The HOWARD Watch is the finest practical timepiece in the world. Its special hard-tempered steel balance cannot jolt out of true with the roughest service. The HOWARD ad- justment is permanent. Every HOWARD is made and ad- justed as a fine watch. Cased and timed in its own case by the HOWARD watch- makers. The price of the HOWARD is fixed to $ 150—and a printed price-ticket attached. ^ We carry this distinctive watch and would like to show it to you. ;J GEORGE. THE JEWELER USE THE PHONE ALASKA ELECTRIC COMPANY S. M. GRAFF. - President and General Manager DR. CHARLES T. DAGGETT Bridge Work <md Porcelain Specialist Satisfaction Guaranteed in AM Branches of Up-to-Date Dentistry. [ Daggett 3!och I elephons Seward, Alash | !■—i i 11 ■ iiitt-J J. LINDLEY GREEN j ! LAWYER Over Bank of Seward Seward, Alaska ( « PIONEER HOSPITAL OF SEWARD Dr. J. H. Romig, - Director Rates, $3.50 per Day Monthly Hospital Tickets $1.50 Lach Mining Contracts Solicited A r:|THE l=: I WINES LIQUORS CIGARS BOWLING ALLEY BILLIARD AND POOL TABLES I Seward, - Alaska Dealers in Fine Stationery, Imperial Confectionery, Standard Brands of Cigars and Tobaccos. All the Best Magazines and Periodicals. Seattle, San Fran- cisco and Eastern Newspapers. Popular Copy- rights. School Books and School Supplies. MAIL ORDERS FROM THE WESTWARD AND INTERIOR PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO ...PIONEER HOTEL... F. B. CANNON. PROPR. Newly Furnished and Renovated. Twelve Comfortable Rooms. Nicely Furuished Ladies’ Sitting’ Room. Family Accommodations as. Good as Can Be Had in Alaska. KNIK - - ALASKA Hotel Seward W. A. M’NEILE'r, PROPR. MODERN CONVENIENCES RATES $1.00 TO $2.50 PER DAY HOT AND COLD WATER BATHS ELECTRIC LIGHTS I E. L. WHITTEA10RE, PROP. Headquarters for Mining Men SEWARD, - - - ALASKA u The Colen an FIRST-CLASS HOTEL. GEO. $EXTON, PROP. Electric Lights Electric Bell Bates Reasonable Modern Bath Room FOURTH AVENUE SEWARD, ALASKA “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 10.1*> A.M. “A TOUR DE LUXE” is an expression supremely fitting in con- nection with a trip to\he 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 City Ticket Offices. Alaska Steamship Co., or Alaska Coast S. S. Co, SEWARD. ALASKA vA City Ticket Offices, Chicago, Milwaukee A St. Paul Railway, w Hasting west VANCOUVER. B. C. SECOND AVE. AND CHERRY ST., SEATTLE ie*

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