Fairbanks Daily News-Miner from Fairbanks, Alaska on March 28, 1931 · Page 3
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DAILY ^JEWS-MINER FAIRBANKS, ALASKA, SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1931. PAGE WHAT DO YOU THINK OF THIS? Just Arrived HANDSOME LINE OF DRESSES Sizes 16 to 44 One Ix>t at $16.75 and Up Last Shipment of Dresses reduced from $12.75 to S7.50 A Wonderful Bargain ONE LOT LINGERIE 25% OFF Also New Shipment of Silver Fox Hosiery and Reducing Corsets Miss Jansa MEET MR. KARL Neugebauer Expert Watchmaker and Graduate Optometrist In charge at H. B. AVAROFF LEADING JEWELER FAIRBANKS MACHINE SHOPS Formerly N. C. Shop* Boiler. Machine and Blacksmith Worfc Acetylene WeldtoK and Auto Repairing C. F. PETERSON, Pro*. Fairbanks Corona Blend Imported & Packed By COMMERCIAL IMPORTING COMPANY 615 Western Ave., Seattle, Wash. Mr. H. C. Dunlop, Alaska Representative STATUS OF EIELSON FUND —Continued from page 2. John B. Metson TOKO Pot MsMaraara L. McEvoy _ .T imes Mrmran ___—Nels Miller —_ _. Martin Mlnriin O. Mutin -. MaU. Maki Carl Nelson C. C. Naughton .—. _ M. Nakahashi ..__,.. Oscar Olson . William O'Brien Oust Pappey — __ John Pelpoll D. M. Plainer Martin Pennamen ™ Julius Pfahlert .„ Nick Pappos _.Tom Panos K. J. Rickery Vione Robinson Charles Strud Prank Senelf Frank Bpadaro —-_— Knut Svenson — B. L. smith John Sari Mike Sari Joe Sorvo Julius spencer Spiros spitas Carl Shields .. William Sal .. John Sterner .. Monte Tleroey T. C. Thlited Ben Thompson Bert Thomas — K. Thorp , Tom Tapuchi ..„._. Harry To-oceian ~-._—-~— t Sterne Tadlch .,„,—,-™-.I L. Velcnelf Jasper Westberg 1 John Westberg — —_: Dick Watson I Kank Wernergren .._ — ! Olal Wlckstrom 1 W. Winters -I Fred Williams -.-. j Ed Walsh 5.00 1.00 5.00 1.00 1.00 2.00 2.00 5.00 2.00 5.00 1.00 3.00 5.00 1.00 5.00 1.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 5.00 5.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 l.t'O 2.50 1.00 1.00 2.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 4.00 5.00 1.00 2.00 2.00 5.00 ! Fred Bonanza Mine A]greu ..... ---------- GL'orge Babrls ________________ ' M. Bruntlt ._ ..... -------I John Conway ------------ _ i A. E. Ducomg --------- .. -------- _~ | V. Erlckson ..... ____________ . --I Dan Guuske -------------------- j Nlcolol Jensen ----------I Anton Johnson ---------------- j Oscar Koski ----------------Otto Lund .. _______________ ; Carl Larson .._...._ --------- ..... -. j Sam Marios ------ ...... -----' 11. O:a _____________________________ ! Egau PcErdfcov ------ , — . ------- _ j Tom Sato ____________________ -.-—•• George Turner ---------- ...... . ! Hans Tjclle .. ............ ------------' Paul Warner ........... ------- ...... C. W. Lloyd „_-. J, O. McC»an> J. Manltoes John McCarm James MacGavock ^—— C. Matsumoto Fred Meyers William Maliis Con Miller .. Pettr Nynans y. Nusakami S. Nomura O. a. Olsoa Don Oliver M. O'Orady Roy Ornuet: .. S. Okada ——___ H. Okumnia Victor Olson „ '-~ F. Panictck Sevan Presley — John Rosemarne — William A. Plnkus George Schmmelzcr Virgil Shumafcer . _ .__-. Otto Sell R. E. Sullivan G. Tanata Dr. H. E. Turner J. Turner __ Al. Tusmlr.eas C. W. Vickery Nicholas Valllanov O. K. Whlpple William Williams . O. Westley Louis Wick T. A. Yamada D. Yasunasa George Voght 2.00 1.00 2.00 1.00 2.00 1.00 1.45 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.03 2.00 1.00 2.00 1.00 Edward B. Griffin, Meehsn Otto William Gelst, CoUegf! Charles F. Gretss. Kantlshna Mrs. W. K. Horning, Wasllla _ James Hastings, Chatanllca Dr. Ales Hrdlicfca, Wash., D. C. Jack Hoholf, Fairbanks H. J. HUM Co., Seattle, Wash. George L. Keys, College P. C. Kaisen. New York City ___ Fran}; Katsantra, Fairbanks Moses Klnesafc, Bethel _ C. P. KcUerlng, Dayton, Ohio _ Anne M. Luke, College _—„— Arthur Lo'tus, Fairbanks „—__™ Thomas Lyle, Nome Thomas Lake. Nenana _—, J-i'es B. Lol*us, Juneau , Donald Mueller, Fairbanks Gladys McMahan, College —— C. J. McMahan. College J. P. Morgan, Seattle, Wash. — 1.00 I Ed. MslHuctrodt. Jr., St. L. Mo. 1.00 1.00 2.00 2.00 1.00 3.00 1.00 1.00 2.00 5.00 1.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 McCarthy A. Boyden Charley Chong E. E. Chammberlaln A Friend Harold Glllam Hubble t Wahlstrora J. H. Murie - _ C. Malehom Henry Olson . _ J. B. Neil t 117.45 J. K. Miller, Bar. Diego, Cal. Otlo Menzel, Fairbanks Frr.ulr N.ish. Fairbanl^ Carl N. Nolson. Fairbanks J. R. Nadan, Fairbanks —^~——™ Genevieve Parker, Boston Tom Plunkett, Arlington, Wash. Florence Eoth. Fairbanks Frank Redmond, College Tom Rodgers. College _.„ Mrs. Bessie Rowe, Tenakee ,— Cnarles TJ. Southwick. College — Roland Snodgrass, College Robert Showel. Co'.leee Andy Sodcrland. Fairbanks M. C. Smith, Fairbanks Virginia Selmer. Skagway George B. Smith. Dayton, Ohio — Eric Stvcrsen. Tofty L. E. Titus. Olympla. Wash. Sam White, Fairbanks . ___ A Donor, New York City A Donor. Fairbanks __ R. 3. Robertson, Juneau Walter psborn. Bakersfleld, Cal. College 3.00 5.00 6.00 5.00 50.00 . 5.00 I John Auld, 5.00 ! C. J. Luthe. DCS Moines, Iowa 5.00 P- H. Luthe, Dos Moines, Iowa — 5 00 Ida Wright. Dayton, Ohio .__ Cf.pl. G. M. Steece, N. Y. City- Claude F. Push — Gertrude Body — J. H. Reynolds — J. F. Schultz A. M. Taylor S. W°ItJ Paul Witner N. W. Afognak Anderson Philip J. Aaron Jr. _._ Hairy D. Baer Nicholas Chernoff Pete Erye H. F. Johnston H. J. Martyl _„ John Nelson ~ Alfred Nelson — William L. Stiles Jr. Mrs. Wilhcro L. Stiles Jr. Sergay Sheratine George £. Taylor 10.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 130.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Mai. John C- Gotu-als. N. Y. City Gen. R. E. Wood. N. Y. city Gen. Jus. G. Stecse, N. Y. City _ Col. Charles. M. Stfese. N. Y. City 5.00 10.00 6.00 10.00 25.00 10.00 15.CO 10.00 100.00 10.00 5.00 10.00 100.00 100.00 5.00 20.00 ! 5.00| 15.00 j 15.00 ! 10.00 i 10.03 5.00 200.00 20.00 10.00 2S.60 10.00 10.00 25.00 10.00 50.00 10.00 15.00 1.00 40.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 50.00 10.00 10.00 5.00 5.00 10.00 500.00 10.00 ' 10.00 5.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 5.00 25.00 10.00 16/10 50.00 15.00 2.00 2.00 1.00 2.50 1.00 1.00 2.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Charles 1.00 j Einrr AndrSnan Settles W. D. English ~-~ .— ~ Charles Irish . .... .. . ..Elias Hr.nsen . - Jcnies Kelly . .— Ben Sirr . Ike Siniis . - . $ 14.00 5.00 l.OC 1.00 5.00 1.00 Pledges. Fairbanks— Anthonlscn end Brown Jolin A .Clark „. , Cann's S:u<llo Sarn Dub:n — Economy Market Fairbanks Laundry P.r * Nations! Bank Fairbanks Telephone Co. __ Imperial Cigar Store Independent Lumber Co. Joun F. Lonz . Austin E, Lathrop —.. ve.ncc licDoiiild , Mclntosh and Kubon Northern Commercial Co. _ Andrew Ncriind Martin A. Plnska Parrot Shop _^ Paul PsI'y , Kerry Phillips Morton E. Stevens . entries O. Thompson .... W&cehtcr Bros- Co. S3015.15 _ 25.00 _ 100.00 _ 25.00 -. 100.0U 35.00 _ 100.00 _ 500.00 _ 300.00 _ 20.00 ._ 300.00 _ 25.00 _ 1000.00 _ 25.00 _ 50.00 _ 1000.00 _ 100.00 _ 200.0D _ 25.00 _ 20.00 _ 50.00 _ 100.00 ... 50.00 „ 200.00 :.oo i.oo 1.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 $ 28.50 3.00 =.00 3.00 2.00 S.OO 1.00 Bargery J. W. Duncan ._ C. B. Frank R. A. Isaacson Sc Ivar Olson Frank Siernso „Ed Wurzbacher —. Chitina i S. O. Breedma:: — • Gordon Bronch : M. D. Chan _ Bill Cameron _—. — Oscar Craig —— : Ben Estrada ._ :john Hordel ' J. E, Johnson _____ 2-m> ' D. H. Kelsey 5.00 : Anna Leak — 3.00 !J. McParland 2-00 , Harry Moore _.„ _—— 3.00 | "•• O. A. Nelson 5.00 j J. S. M Nelson 5.00 i John Neys -•-— 2.00 • William J. Menu and Kile __- 3.00 Louis Olson .-— 2-M ! R. D. Peterson __— 5.00 L W. smalley . 2.00 ciaude Stewart —. . __ 2.00 B. A. Sullivan 2-00 llMi Sorbr • l -00 : S. J. Simonscn LOO j William W. Tibbs „ 5.00 I James TTuitt 2.00 Earl F. Woods 2.00 Hot Springs Jay Buzby A. J. Predlund M. S. Gill B. F. Huddleston — James Liska Rod Nickovlch G. L. Saunders Eric SIverson 6am T. Sakotlch _ Vemon D. Saunders .—. Swarburg P'cclses. Miscellaneous— Aviation Corporation L:st „_ 1910.00 500 Chllds Frtck . 1000.00 E. W. Gr:r.:icU 250.00 McCcir-.be Brothers Sterling Morton 2.00 2.00 2.00 i -ccsp: 5.00 5.00 2.0<J 2.00 B' 2.00 Eureka 2 00 ^ c: Springs _,__.. _. M'Kir-.lcy Parl: . s 2< - 00 !Sgir_i; 10.00 • K:rhardior. 5.00 : Ruby Llr.tion— P.eilrcr.d Be!: _ Copper River d; N. \V, P.y. Bel: 5.00 5.no 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 Jumbo Mine James Abrahamsen Pete Amesen . ~—~Jack Argull —. — K!as Ahluer Harry B. Bro»-n — j. Dodd Manus Dugan Howard L, Halbett O. L. Hall Einar Larson George McFaely — Bill Necce Adolph Peterson — Nels Runlov _ OlaX Sampson Starr Shlmada __„ : Tom Tult I Harry Sullivan 1.00 2.00 1.00 2.00 5.00 5.00 2.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 2.00 1.00 2.00 1.00 McKlnley Park Theodore R. Gentry ^ John J. Havard _^—™__ Hllma Lentz _____ George A. Lingo Gertrude Plumb _ K&therlne Stepp Agnes E. Schlosser , Robert E. Sheldon t CO.OO S83IO.OO _ 1175.52 _ 842.45 .. H.OO _ 12.00 _ 24.00 _ 60.00 _ 115.00 _ 46.00 _ 4S.OC _ 22.00 _ 50.CO _ 105.00 Donations Miscellar.eouc ^i-..:^ Pledges S21Q.CO SH.106.12 March l. 1S3I. RALPH P.. P^ESSP.. ___^ 5 00 I Sitic. -- — 5.CO I 0 ??.. _-~rr. rr 5.'oo 5.00 20.00 Nulato Garnet E. Archer ___ William Danlquist J. W. Evans . W. H. Glasgow Orvel Jones . „ Frank Lyons Frank Lyons ^___™_ Rev. F. B. Prange S. J. . O. P. Russell __ John C. Somroer A. J. Stockman E. A. Tilly Domenic Vernetti . $ 115.00 _' 2.00 2.00 _ 5.00 5.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 _ 10.00 5-00 _ 5.00 5.00 1.00 2.00 £ennecott E. F, Andrews , Thomas Bergum Bill Baxter i Clyde critcMlcld i T. J. Connelly ! A. W. Dennis Erie Danielson All Dolan , I F. Dermet i E. J. Duggan —.—_— , —. i carl Enstrom I John E. Erickson Jim Fugil I J. P. Fiess _...___ I O. Feir.eson ! James Fleasle John PleagJe A Ptiend - William Godfrey _ G. A. Gallup Cfrl Graham Charles Hooker — Bill Hammar — i William Harkin j Robert Howard _— 11. Howard ! O. E. Jarpe .^__^ O. B. Johnson — 'i'. John — Ruben Johnson Chris Jensen . Thad Kunkel M. Kallas George Keith L. Karnaat Jen mjiRTOvea -— Robert Lennlck John Lundstrom — S32.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 2.00 2.00 2 11 2.00 2.00 Ophir List to corne. Richardson A. R. Erlcksen „__ A. J. Grltrin .._ Mllo HaJdukOVlch John Hajdukovich —. L. J. Joiinson . Walter N. Johnson , WiUiam Melvin ITALY TO EEVAMP CHAIN WITHIN NEXT YEAB 20.00 lo'.o, BKOADCAST S 46.00 5.00 5.00 2.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 . 5.00 I Ruby Carl Sohn George Burmaster __ Harry A. Clarke and wife Dennis Coyle and wife T. J. DeVane and wife .— John W. Dunn l.Oo I A 1.00 1.00 W. N. Growden and wife Verhonlk and wife $ 32.00 10.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 _ 10.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 1.00 2 A ** 3.00 2.UO 2.00 1.00 2.00 1,00 1.00 2.00 1.00 2.00 1.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 2.00 3.00 1.06 l.OC 1.00 THE LATEST IN RADIOS PHILCO Eleven Tube Super-Heterodyne Radlo- Phonograph with Automatic Record Changer in Beautiful Cabinet PC« -ooHioio H^WIQ per-ordin.s 1 Radio-Phonograph,— The Scott AUwave Super-Het toi- Short and Long wave The Philco-Atwater Kent and Crosley Battery sets for out of town use Radio tubes tested FREE Kodaks and Kodak Finishing — Photo Supplies Photos taken Day or Night CANN STUDIO INC. Sltka American Legion Sltfca R. W. Armand J- B, Anderson _™ Hans Anderson ___—_ Charles G. Burdick _ Nels H. Bredvik P. Beauchamp N, E. Bolshanin Jarnes H. Condlt E. A. Bggersgluess E. W. Harris Etler Hansen W. W. Height __ Theo. Kettleson W. P. Mffls . G. A. McOrath J. P. McVeil H. G. Nicholson ._ J. H. Peterson L. T. Peterson Pyramid Packing C J. A. Robarta P. H. Robinson A. R. Stocker _—_ GAL (5) T. Tllson Jr. _ Oscar Tilson — P. P. TJlrlch Village Cafe _ G. E. Williams , C. E. Wortman . Post t 50.00 20.00 10.00 2.00 S.OO 5.00 S.OO 2.00 20.00 10.00 10.00 3.00 20.00 2.00 20.00 20.00 5.00 2.CO 10.00 S.OO 2.00 20.00 2.00 S.OO 2,00 ROME. (IP) —Italy is to revamp its chain of government controlled radio stations to give radio fans better reception. Count Ciano, minister of communications, has ordered construction of a new broadcasting station at Milan, with a power of 60 kilowatts, to be ready by March, 1532. Florence will have a 20-kilowait station, which will be opened October 28, anniversary of the Fascist march on Rome. Bari will have a similar station ready by April 21, 1932, the birthday of Borne. The station at Bolzano, near the Austrian frontier, is to be increased in power six times. The new station at Triest will begin broadcasting in June, and the new one at Palermo before the end of the year. Count Ciano has appointed a committee to reduce disturbances to reception resulting from industrial machines, street cars, power plants and telegraph and telephone lines in cities. Tofty A. Bock and wife Pied Hanson and wife _ 10.00 5.00 5.00 _ 2.00 2.00 _ 20.00 » 251.00 _ 100.00 6.00 105.00 Miscellaneous C. L. Andrews, Entile, Wash. _ S.Oi Charles E. Sunncll, College 1000.00 Jean Bunnell, College Ira Brumbach, College S. C. Harrington, Wrangell . John Y. Blgelow, Fairbanlcs . Henry Besonen, Tofty Henry H, Chapman, Anvlk _ Holland W. Chase, College The collegian James W. Curlee, Fort Yukon Thornas V7. Cnr-. p-,'r'-~«!:7 James D. Crawford, Fairbanks Emma B. Clark, Mt. Vernon. N. T. Andrew Checktason, Anchorage Mrs. O. Dubois, New Tort „ G. C. Dickens, Chicago — Grenfell D. Drisko, Los. A. Cal. Margaret B. Davis, Berkeley, CaL B. J. Evennan. Pox ___^ Roy B. Earling, Fairbanks Lulu A. Fairbum, Fairbanks Elizabeth Grlgsby, College TENNESSEE FAKMEB EARNS $11 A DAY FROM POULTRY 10.00 10.00 s.oo 6.00 20.00 10.00 50.00 38.15 S.OO ^ob i 15.03 26.00 5.00 10.00 10.01 10.00 3.00 25.00 10.00 10.00 FORT COLLINS, Term,, isn't every farmer who can make $11 a day from all his activities. But Mel R. Scott had a net profit of $11.23 a day from his flock of 800 hens during November, 1930, he was reported. Scott averaged 507 eggs a day, whcih he marketed wholesale at 35 cents a dozen. He but his feed cost $3.55 per day. Scott devotes only one-tenth of his time to the care of his poultry. Last year during the same winter month, with 1,000 hens in his yard, November, or a clear cash income or $19.75 daily including Sundays. REGISTER EARLY FOR THE cmr ELECTION. TONIGHT — 8 P. M. UNDER AUSPICES OF THE AMERICAN LEGION MAIN EVENT 8 ROUND BOXING BOUT DENNIS O'KEEFE vs. "SOLDIER" WEBB SEMI-FINAL WREJJTLING MATCH THREE FAST PRELIMINARY BOXING BOUTS Henry Goodfellow, Referee ' RESERVED SEATS NOW ON SALE AT RED CROSS DRUG STORE AND THE BOOKSHOP General Admission, $1.00 Ringside Seats, S2.50; Reserved Seats, $2.W; The Smoker Will Be Conducted in a Clean, Orderly Manner and Women Are Invited to Attend SERVICE — SPEED — SATISFACTION IN THE HANDLING OF ALL TELEGRAPHIC AND MAIL ORDERS McINTOSH & KUBON "THE CORNER DRUG STORE" Lumber, Cement Plasterboard Building Paper INDEPENDENT LUMBER CO. Before you travel in the air SEE Fairbanks Air Express ALASKA'S ONLY PROSPECHNG COMPANY A progressive group of Miners opening up the unlimited resources of the Golden Nortn. Snecial rates to Prospectors and Miners. we apyre-jia.^ your assist-iiix;*;, which means: Every Dollar you can shove our Way will mean one more Prospector In the Hflls » ». » * THINK OF IT BEFORE YOU TRAVEL # * » » PHONE FRED MOLLER

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