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: JUNEAU LIQUOR COMPANY, Inc. I
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^ We have for the table the J
I CRESTA BLANCA AND EL DORADO WINES t
FINE OLD BRANDY AND SCOTCH j
| Tel. 9-4 RYE AND BOURBON Front St. \
OLYMPIA BEER
"IT'S THE WATER
FOR SALE AT ALL FIRST-CLASS BARS AND CAFES
UNION IRON WORKS Machine Shop and Foundry
Gas Engines and Mill Castings
Agents Union Gas Engine and Regal Gas Engine
ALASKA MEAT COMPANY John Reck. Max.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Manufacturers of all Kinds of Sausages Our Hams and Bacon Are
Home-Smoked
C. F. CHEEK
THE TAXIDERMIST
THAT KNOWS
Game Heads. Fish and B-rds
Mounted.
SKINS AND FURS TANNED
Rug Work a Specialty
Prices Reasonable
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? Juneau Transfer Co. |
| coal WOOD J
STORAGE J
J Moving Carefully Done ?
t ItrtKeaee Our Lung Suit !
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? FRONT STREET ?
2 Next door to Rayrt. nd Co. *
? Watkins ft Gerdon ?
? EXPERT BLACKSMITHS ?
X and IRON WORKERS J
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4 General Blacksmithing Horse- 4
4 Shoeing, Iron and Marine Work ?
? Estimates Furnished and ?
? Work Guaranteed ?
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? FRANKLIN STREET ?
? Near Alaska Steam Laundry ?
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j McCloskeys j
I The Louvre Bar ::
|| A1 Carlson.3>rop. ??
| | Imported andjDomeatic ? ?
:: LIQUORS AND CIGARS ?
;| RAINIER BEER ON DRAUGHT " i
Phon?5-3-5 Juneau ..
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J. W. DORAN
DRUGS
PHONE 3
104 Second St. Juneau, Alaska ?
R. P. NELSON
STATIONERY DEALER
OFFICE SUPPLIES
Writing Paper?Fountain Pens
Blank Books?Letter Files
Drawing Papers ? Blue Print
Paper?Library Book Exchange
?Huyler*s Candies?
! Wolland I
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i Tailor j
4 Phone 66 SECOND ST. *
i Berry's Store
EASTER GOODS
Arriving on Every Boat
H I ( II III H H I M I II I I I I I I
? The Alaska Grill ?
! ! 1 he'Beit Appointed
Place in T? wn j
; ;; Best of Everything Served !
at Moderate Prices ;
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THE BEST LOAF OF ?
j| BREAD
1 Is Sold At 1
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? San Francisco Bakery <
? G. MESSERSCHMIDT, Prop. J
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First National
Bank
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
Committee Reports
Compulsory School Bill
| The House Committee on Education
' has decided favorably regarding Hop
resentative A. G. Shoup's bill making
attendance at school compulsory. It
has been made a special order in the
House for tomorrow. The text of the
) bill, with the committee amendments,
all proposed by .Mr. Shoup, himself,
incorporated is as follows:
Sec. 1. "That every parent, guardian, or
other person having possession or con
trol of any white child or child of
mixed blood living a civilized life in
the Territory of Alaska, between the
ages of eight and sixteen years, with
j in two miles of any school outside of
an incorporated town where a pub
lie school is maintained under the pro
vision of the act of Congress approved
Jan. twenty-seven, nineteen hundred
and five, or within the limits of an in
corporated town where a public school
is maintained, shall cause such child
- regularly to attend such school during
the entire school year, unless the phy
sical or mental condition of such child
is such as to render such attendance
inexpedient or impracticable, or such
child has been excused for other cause
, by an excuse in writing signed by a
? majority of the school board, Pro
? Ivided, That children shall not be re
E quired to attend the publical schools
in the following cases: (11 Any child
? who has a certificate from a reputable
? physician stating that such child is
? 'not able to attend school, or that its
M attendance is inadvisable; (21 Any
r |
> \ child who produces satisfactory evi
Ij donee to the school board that said
11 child is being taught at a private or
> parochial school, or by private tutor.
> such branches as are usually taught
? in the primary grades of the public
> schools of the territory: (3) Any
> child who gives evidence satisfactory
to the school board that such child
has completed a course of study equal
to that covered by the public schools
of the territory.
i "Sec. 2.?That every parent, guard
ian. or other person having possession
or control of any white child or child
of mixed hlood living a civilized life,
as herinbefore described, who shall,
without legal excuse, neglect to cause
j. such child to attend school for a to
I tal of five days on which session are
? held during any one school quarter
. shall be deemed guilty of a misdemean
) or and be punished by a fine of not
? less than five nor more than twenty
. dollars and the cost of the proseeu
| tion. and shall be imprisoned in the
? county jail until such fine and costs
? are paid: provided. That such person
| so convicted shall be imprisoned one
; day for every two dollars of such tine
? and costs: and each absence of five
! days shall constitute a separate of
j fence: provided further. That the court
? may suspend sentence, stay or post
! pone the enforcement of execution, or
' release from custody any person found
. | guilty in any case under this act up
? on such condition as shall seem to be
? to the best interests of the child and
I fair under the circumstances, but no
J sentence shall be suspended or final
? judgment or execution stayed in the
I case of any person guilty under this
? act for a period to exceed the end of
? the school year during which such
I person is convicted. If at any time
J prior thereto it shall appear to the
? satisfaction of the court that such per
son has complied faithfully with the
conditions of any suspended sentence,
: judgment or execution, or is for any
cause in the opinion of the court, en
titled to be released therefrom, tho
court may suspend such sentence in
definitely, in which case such person
shull be released and discharged, as
lie shall be in any event at the expir
ation of the school year from the im
position of any such fine. It shall
be the duty of the principals of the
schools hereinbefore described nearest
the place at which offending parent,
| guardian, or other person resides to
report such case and violation of this
act to the school board, and such
board shall, if it sees fit to, lay the
case before the United States com
missioner In whose precinct such
school is situated, and the said United
States commissioner shall thereupon
issue a warrant for the arrest of the
said delinquent and have the power
and jurisdiction to act upon the com
plaint of the school board, and take
such action or impose such fine, under
this act, as the circumstances justify.
"Sec. 3.?That every parent, guard
ian, or other person having possession
or control of any Eskimo, Alute, In
dian, or other native child (which term
shall Include children of mixed blood
not leading a civilized life) In the Ter
ritory of Alaska, between the ages of
eight and sixteen years, who shall,
w ithout legal excuse, neglect to cause
such child to attend any United States
public school for Alaska natives for
a total of'five days on which sessions
are held during any one school quar
ter, when the residence of such child
is within one mile of such United
States public school (unless trie pny
sical or mental condition of such child
renders its attendance at school inex
pedient or impracticable, or such child
lias been excused for other cause by
an excuse in writing signed by the
principal of such school or by the su
perintendent of schools of the district
in which such school is located) shall
be subject to the provisions and pen
alties of section two of this act; Pro
vided That, the word residence in this
section shall be construed to include
any habitation of such child occupied
for a period of thirty days or more:
and. Provided further, That the com
plaint in the case of such child shall
be made to the United States commis
sioner by the district superintendent
or any teacher of such United States
public school for Alaska natives, or
any other person directly interested
in the education of the natives of Alas
ka.
Sec. 4.?That each of the district
superintendents of the United States
public schools conducted under the
Bureau of Education is hereby author
ized and empowered to appoint a tru
ant oilicer, or truant oflicers, who shall
serve without compensation as such of
ficer, or oflicers, in each or any of
the native school districts, whose|
duty it shall be to arrest during school
hours, without warrant, any child who
Is found away from home and school,
and who is known to such oilicer to
come within the provisions of section
three of this act, and shall deliver such
child to the teacher, or to the parent,
guardian, or other person having con
trol of such child and shall report
this action to the teacher: and any
such truant officer shall have power to
arrest and bring before any United
States commissioner the parent, guar
dian. or other person having control
of any child subject to the provisions
of section three of this act, upon a war
rant duly issued by such United States
commissioner upon complaint sworn
out by him."
GOV. JOHN BURKE
GETS APPOINTMENT
WASHINGTON. March 17. ? Presi
dent Woodrow Wilson appointed John
Burke, former governor for three1
terms of North Dakota, treasurer of
the United States Saturday. Gov. j
Burke was a leading candidate for the
nomination for vice president. He was
a strong supporter of the nomination
of Woodrow Wilson for President.
Richard Olney, formerly Secretary
of State, has declined the proferred ap
pointment as ambassador to Great!
Britain.
Fred Dennett, commissioner of the
general land office, tendered his res
ignation Saturday.
LANE TALKS ABOUT
ALASKA AFFAIRS
WASHINGTON, March 17.?Secre
tary of the Interior Franklin K. Lane
gave attention to Alaska affairs Sat
urday. Among his callers who dis
cussed the affairs of the territory with
him were Thomas Riggs, jr., of the
Alaska boundary survey, an aspir
ant for the governorship, and Col. W.
P. Rishardson, chairman of the Board
or Alaska Road Commissioners.
DISSOLUTION PLAN
IS ABANDONED
ST LOUIS. March 17. ? President
Lovett, of the Southern Pacific, to-1
' day announced in the Federal court
! that the modified plan for the disso
lution of the Southern and Union Pa
cific railways has been abandoned be- j
cause of the opposition of the Cali- j
fornia Railway Commission.
BUSINESS BOOMING
AT TOKEEN QUARRY
According to word received from To
keen, the Vermont Marble Company's
headquarters in Alaska, work will be
pushed at the marble quarry this seas
on. Arthur Lyman is in charge and
states that his company intends to in
crease the crew at the quarry from
forty-five to one hundred men. In ad
dition to this, the El Capitan and Ham
Island marble properties, both the
properties of the Vermont people, the
one situated near Tokeen, and the
other south of Wrangell, will be thor
oughly prospected by the use of dia
mond drills this year.?Ketchikan Min
er.
MONTANA PASSES
BOXING LAW
HELENA Mont., March 17.?Gover
nor Sam V. Stewart signed the bill
authorizing 12-round boxing contests
under the supervision of a humane
commission Saturday.
K.-O. BROWN AND
ANDERSON DRAW
LOS ANGELES, March 17.?Knock- j
out Brown and Bud Anderson, of Van
couver, Wash., fought twenty rounds
to a draw here Saturday evening.
SLIDE DAMAGES CANAL
PANAMA, March 17?A slide in the
eaBt bank of the Culebra cut Satur
day filled the cut to a depth of thirty
feet for a distance of a thousand feet.
OLD WASHINGTON
PIONEER DIES
I ' X
WALLA WALAA, Wash., March 17.
?Dr. N. G. Blalock, a pioneer of the
State of Washington, leading Demo
crat and famous physician and sur
I geon, died at his home here Saturday.
Dr. Blalook has been one of the
. prominent characters of this State for
: many years. At one time he was the
owner of the largest orchard in the
world. He was a candidate for the J
Democratic nomination for governor,
in 1892, and has held many positions
of honor and responsibility. He was
a native of North Carolina, a Union
soldier and a Gettysburg veteran.
J. Pi MORGAN IS ON
VERGE OF COLLAPSE
ROME, March 17. ? John Pierpont
, Morgan is ou the verge of a collapse.
He consulted the Pope's physician,
Fava, who cured Charles Morse, the
New York Ice king, Saturday.
PRESIDENT'S DAUGHTER
COMES TO PORTLAND]
PORTLAND, Ore., March 17.?Miss
Eleanor Wilson, daughter of the Pres
I ident, has wired for hotel reservation
at attend the world Christian confer
ence to begin in this city June 29.
which will be addressed by the Presi
dent on the subject, "Moral Implica
tion of the Right of Suffrage."
Phone your subscription to The
Daily Empire. Phone 3-7-4.
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:: Easter Goods I
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Fire-Proof Buildings \
Cheap as Wooden Structures
Plans and specifications for
reinforced concrete buildings
and piles, and cement houses,
prepared by
C. K. FORNER, Engineer,
Juneau, Alaska
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3BS0LUTELY Self-Con
tained; ready to operate
on arrival;
Cost reasonable; efficient and
^ durable; entity shipped to
remote pointt; needs no
tpecia I foundation.
One pntron wrltw: "We are ttalmr
n 35-meah acreeti am! milling an
average of 10 tons of ore i?er '.M-hour
day wltli each mill. Conalderlng
horao|iower ennatimed l.ITTI.K 01 ANT
STAMP MILLS are moat rapid cruah
era ever aeon: prefer theiu to any
other atnmp mill on market."
Information obtainable by addreaa
lng or calling on
Seattle Construction & Drydock Company
Dopt.. ^ Soattlo. U. S. A. j
HEIDELBERG LiQUOR Co
"House of Good Drinks"
BEST APPOINTED PLACE IN TOWN
Carries nothing but the finest quality of goods. Family
Trade Solicited
Telephone 386?QUICK DELIVERY
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V COMMERCIAL MEN'S HOME I
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? Finest Straight Whiskies Cigars That Everybody Likes to Smoke ;>
J A RESORT FOR GENTLEMEN J
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Plant and Product
yry one and inseparable
y / Pronounced by experts "America's Fittest Flouring
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America's Most Efficient Breadstuff,
Fisher s Blend Flour
Separate machinery is provided for grinding hard and soft
wheat. Every grain is washed in the famously pure Cedar
River water and thoroughly dried before being ground.
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product is the cleanest, most scien
tifically Men led, most economical
Hour o.'Tcr. .1 for sale today. Combin
ing as it does Eastern Hard Wheat
and Western Soft Wheat, it gives to
public a: d private bakeries a ma
terial which lias all the advantages
of Imtli hard and soft wheat flours,
is lietter than either, and decidedly
superior to any other blend hereto
fore produced.
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