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"IT'S THE WATER"
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104 Second St. Juneau, Alaska
R. P. NELSON
Wholesale and Retail Dealer
in All Kinds
STATIONERY
Typewriting Supplies, Blank
Books, Office Supplies, Sporting
Goods, Huyler's Candles, Gun
ther's Candies, Toys, Notions.
Books, Magazines. Waterman's
Fountain Pens, Conklln Pens,
Etc.
Cor. 2nd. and Seward Sts.
Juneau, Alaska
Berry's Store
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OF JUNEAU
CAPITAL $50,000
SURPLUS $10,000
UNDIVIDED PROFITS $15,000
DEPOSITS OVER $400,000
Complete facilities for the
transaction of any banking
business.
OFFICERS
T. F. KENNEDY, Pres.
JOHN RECK. Vlce-Pres.
A. A. GABBS, Cashier
DIRECTORS '
F. W. BRADLEY
E. P. KENNEDY -
GEO. F. MILLER
T. F. KENNEDY
JOHN RECK
P. H. FOX
A. A. GABBS
M. J. O'CONNOR
Latest Novelties in
Tobacco Jars and
Pipe Racks
at Burford's
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| What Wilson Means By
Using Term Progressive
President-Elect Says He Will Not He Acting As a Partisan When
He Picks Out Progressives and Only Progressives to Aid
Him in Administering the Affairs of the Nation.
WASHINGTON. Jan. 29. ? Presl
dent-elect Wilson's recent remark that
he would put none but progressives
on guard; that he would act in no
"partisan" spirit that the fact that
those who sought progressive ends in
the past and attempted other roads
1 should not be held against them,
though from time to time the rod
should be called to ascertain whether
or not they were "keeping step," has
occasioned much comment among
"the faithful."
His reference to progressives was
taken as implying only to members
of the progressive wing of the Demo
cratic party, and it is a fact that he
laid stress on his belief that the Dem-:
ocratic party is capable of doing what
I the country wants done. Later this
question was put to him:
"Governor, there seeme in the minds
of some of us to be a question as to
whether you meant that the word
'progressive' should begin with a cap
ital or a small letter. Will you say !
anything about that?"
The Governor laughed. "That's a
very good question." Then, ceasing
to smile, he said: "The speech is pub
lic property You can interpret it as
you please."
At the very beginning of his speech
the Governor said:
"The people of the United States
have turned their faces in a definite
direction, and any party, any man,
who does not go with them in that di
rection, they will reject and they
ought to reject.
"In looking forward to the respon
sibilities that I am about to assume
I feel that lam acting in a represen
tative capacity. I am bidden to in
terpret as well as I can the purposes
of the people of the United States, and
to act so far as my choice determines
the action only through the instru
mentality of persons who also repre
sent that choice. I have no liberty In
the matter.
"Therefore I shall not be acting
as a partisan when I pick out pro
gressives and only progressives, I
shall be acting as a representative
of the people.
"I do not foresee any serious di
visions of counsel in the Democratic
party as a national body. On the con
trary, I find every evidence of soli
darity. I see every evidence that
men who have not hitherto yielded
their judgment to the movement of
the ape are now about to yield their
judgment. I will not say their will."
This country had diverted her ener
gies and had come to believe that to
be rich was to be great, he went on;
had forgotten that her only distinc
tion was in the way she used her
riches and her power.
"We were just dreaming," he said,
"and now when we have waked up
and are recovering the road we had
gone aside from, and have set out
again rediscovering the standards of
liberty for mankind, the Democratic
party is privileged to lead that quest.
"We are not going to allow our
selves or anything we are connected
with to be caught in the old entangle
ments any more. That is what I have
sworn to. And the enterprise is easy,
because we have asked for and ob
tained a change of venue.
"The jury is not now the selected
jury that was always to be sum
moned always consisted of the same
persons; but it is a Jury consisting of
all the people of the United States;
and that jury will stand by all to
the last ditch. And with that jury
back of you, you can smile at all the
gentlemen who meet in corners and in
private rooms and arrange to beat
you."
Dr. Wiley Tells How
He Go! An Education
Dr. Harvey W. Wiley, the Strenuous Fighter for Pure Food, Tells
How He Learned the Lesson of His Life on an Indiana
Farm, While Yet a Hoy.
HANOVER, Ind., Jan. 29- Dr. Har-j
vey W. Wiley, who has been men- j
tinned for a Cabinet portfolio in Pres
ident Wilson's Cabinet, said in a re
cent talk to the students of Hanover
College: "The lesson of my life is
that if you really want a thing you
can get it. It doesn't matter what
the drawbacks are. You don't have
to have fashionable clothes and all
the comforts of modern life to suc
ceed. I have always endeavored to
encourage those who have to pinch
in order to get their preparation for
life. I would advise you to sacrifice
everything but life itself, if neces
sary, to get an education. You will
never regret it. Those college days
of mine, days of hardship and priva
tion, are now to me days of glory as
I look back to them."
"This is the first time that I know
I of anyone being asked to 'speak' his
autobiography," said Dr. Wiley, "and
I hesitate somewhat, for to speak of
the 'past centuries' will perhaps not
j be interesting to you.
"My father was a man of accom
plishments. He owned a farm at Kent,
which he cultivated on week days.
On Sunday he was a preacher. In
the spring and fall he worked as a
plasterer. As you would Buppose, my
father was not a rich man. He made
a little money plastering the neigh
bors' houses; less attending to their
spiritual welfare, and nothing at all
on the farm. My prospects for obtain
ing an education were not very bright.
"1 quit that school because my
teacher voted the Democratic ticket.
Now I am trying to get everyone to
be a Democrat.
"I was a pretty green looking speci
men when 1 started to Hanover, with
the intention of becoming a student
there. My mother dresed me up in a
suit of homespun?my Sunday best.
1 made my way alone across the fields
and had already arrived in the classic
village when it suddenly dawned on
me what a sorry looking specimen of
a country boy I was. I almost de
cided to go back home, but I knew
what would happen if I did. So I sat
down under a tree and held a debate
with myself.
"It was an important question, as to
how 1 should make my way after I had
entered college. 1 finally decided to
batch, renting a room for fifty cents
a week and cooking my own meals.
My meals in the four years consisted
chiefly of cornmeal mush, potatoes
and sorghum molasses."
GRAFTERS SENTENCED
MAY'S LANDING, N. J., Jan. 2S. ?
Grafting councilmen of Atlantic City
who conspired to pass the corrupt
"concrete boardwalk" ordinance were
sentenced today by Supreme Court
Justice Samuel Kalisch. John Murt
land was given a term of not less than
eighteen months nor more than three
years in State prison at hard labor,
and Harry Dougherty was sentenced
to not less than one year nor more
than three years in prison. Each
must also pay a $1,000 fine and the
cost of his trial.
Appeals from conviction were im
mediately taken and, pending decision
of the Supreme Court, they were re
leased under $3,000 bail each.
APPLE SALE?Apples, 50c to $1.25.
A. Olsen, Hoff cottage, east of water
tanks. Free delivery. 2t.
Every thing that will please a smok
er may be found at BURFORD'S.
Job Printing at The Empire Office.
TROUT OUTWEIGH MEAT
SUPPLY IN NEVADA
RENO, Nevada, Jan. 28.?That the
trout in Nevada will far outweigh all
the beef, pork and mutton in the State
is the estimate, based on figures and
gathered statistics made by Dr. J.
W. Gerow, a prominent physician and
enthusiastic sportsman of this city.
Dr. Gerow also has estimated that
700,000 pounds of trout perished at
Derby dam last spring becauir? thoy
were unable to ascend the fish ladder
at that place.
He estimates the big fish that died
to weigh on an average of six pounds
each and figures the total value of
them at $140,000.
TO JUNEAU PATRONS:
I wish to announce that I am pr<*
pared to give prompt and elTlcient
service in delivering, coal hauling
freight, baggage, etc.
HILARY McKANNA TRANSFER
Phone Order 6-7 or 56 11
WHERE WOMEN I
"MADE GOOD"
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TACOMA. Wash., Jan. 28.?At the
laHt November election women of
Washington for the first time voted
for a President and for State oillcials
?a right conferred upon them by the
Legislature two years ago. Four
Washington women were elected?
two to the Legislature, one to a State
ofllce and one as Presidential elector.
Dr. Nena Jolidon Croake of Ta
coma, Progressive, is Representative
from the Thirty-seventh Legis
lative District, and Mrs. Frances C.
Axtell, of Bellingham, Republican, is
Representative from the Fifty-fourth
District
Mrs. Josephine Corliss Preston, of
Walla Walla, Republican, was elected
State Superintendent of Schools over
three men and a woman?a Demo
crat, Mary A. Monroe, of Spokane.
Mrs. Horace G. Scott, of Tacoma
was a candidate for elector on the
Roosevelt ticket which swept the
State in November.
Mrs. Preston is planning to work out
a number of ideas of her own as Sup
erintendent of Public Schools. One
of her policies will be to revive the
old-fashioned spelling "bee."
"I would like," she says, "to see the
spelling 'bee* adopted all over the
State. I think the children need to
learn to spell; that is one of the old
fashioned things we can hardly drop
from our curriculum. In Walla Walla
County last year we had wonderful
success with our spelling 'bees.' and
I am confident that similar success
can be attained by working the plan ,
on a state-wide basis."
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SKINS AND FURS TANNED
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C. W. YOUNG COMPANY
I Dealers in
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Front Street Juneau
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FRESH AND SALT FISH
CLAMS AND CRABS
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Plant and Product
one and inseparable
F / Pronounced by export*. "America's J-'inest !'louring
/ Mills." the plant ?>f tlie Fisher Flouring Mills
/ Ci'Mi'ANV, w.i* designed am' constructed to produce
America's Most Fftirunt Breadstuff,
Fisher s Blend Flour
Separate machinery is provided for grinding hard and soft
wheat. Kvery grain is washed in the famously pure Cedar
River water and tie roughly dried Ik fore being ground.
T? U .... i Hp Wist to s.iv tli.it thi*
1 ' ?'net is tiie cleanest, most scicn
t'l. ally blended, most economical
fl >ur olTor 1 for sale today. Combin
it K as it doc- Eastern Hard Wlicat
.*.? I Western Soft Wlnat, it Rives to
public and private bakeries a ma
te: i.d wlti h has alt-the advantages
of Null h .| and soft wheat tlours,
is 1.?'--r than either, ami decidedly
Mtpcii' to any other blend hereto
fore produced.
One price nt nil dealers
Fisher's BLEND
> FLOIR
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