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" | THE LARGEST STUCK-THE BEST BRANDS OF ? A Imported and Domestic Liquors and W ines for family use ^ ? ? | PHONE 9-4?MAIL ORDERS A SPECIALTY-FREE DELIVERY ^ ?=8?????038? ll'fl II HIWIIM^ OLYMPIA BEER "IT'S THE WATER " FOR SALE AT ALL FIRST-CLASS BARS AND CAFES UNION IRON WORKS Machine Shop and Foundry (las Engines and Mill Castings Agents Union Gas Engine and Regal Gas Engine ALASKA MEAT COMPANY ??*? 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 Sirds Mounted. SKINS AND FURS TANNED Rug Work a Specialty Prices Reasonable + ? ? Juneau Transfer Co. ? X COAL WOOD ? STORAGE J ? ? J Moving: Carefully Done ? J Hancane Our Long Suit X X FRONT STREET t ? Next door to Raymond Co. ? ? E. D. Watkins ? ? EXPERT BLACKSMITH ? | and IRON WORKER J ? General Blacksmithing, Horse- ? t Shoeing. Iron and Marine Work X t Estimates Furn.shed and f ? Work Guaranteed ? J FRANKLIN STREET ? J Union Iron Works Building J ? ? | ' f j McCloskeys j -i-H-H I I I I I I 1 1 I I I I I I I I I 1 I-1-1 ! he Louvre Bar :: \ [ Al!C*fbon.lP:,op. ImporUii]andjDcmestic :: LIQUORS AND'CIGARS - ;; RAINIER BEER ON DRAUGHT I! ,, Phone3-3-5 Juneau .. M ! I 1 I I ! I I I 1 II M t I I I 1 I I I 1 I J. W. DORAN DRUGS PHONE 3 104 Second St. Juneau, Alaska j m i: R. P. NELSON Alaska's Pioneer Stationery Store Dealer in all kinds of station ery, office supplied, typewriter supplies. Agent for the L. C. Smith & Bro. Type writer I f. Woiiand ? | Tailor ? Phone titi SECOND ST- j f 1 Berry's Store Rain Coals Children's Coals Ladies fine Muslin UNDERWEAR IIIIIIIIMIII I II I till III H The Alaska Grill ?; The Best Appointed Place in Town " Best of Everything Served ! 1! at Moderate Prices ; 5 111 n 11111111111111111 iv % THE BEST LOAF OF | | BREAD * ? " ? J Is Sold At ? I ? ? Sari Francisco Bakery | ? G. MESSERSCHMIDT, Prop. J First National Bank OF JUNEAU CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND UN DIVIDED PROFITS $85,000 Complete facilities for the transaction of any bankiag business. < OFFICERS T. F. KENNEDY, Pres. JOHN KECK, Vice-Pres. A. A. GABBS. Cashier DIRECTORS V. \V. BRADLEY E. P. KENNEDY GEO. F. MILLER T. F. KENNEDY JOHN "RECK P. H. FOX A. A. GABBS M. J. O'CONNOR } ??I ' " ? I ~~ \ Latest Novelties in Tobacco Jars and j Pipe Racks * at Burf ord's i '? SMALL DREDGERS EOR THE NORTH SEATTLE, May 1G. ? The Union Construction Company, of San Fran cisco, lias a crew of men engaged in training threo gold dredgers at the Schwager-Nettleton Mills in West Se attle. The dredgers will be taken to Alaska and iustalled 011 the Seward peninsula. Within the last four years the building company has installed twelve dredgers in this district. 11. A. Peterson, representative of tlie Union Construction Company, who ! is in Seattle at the present time, said that one of the dredgers will be oper ated by Flodin& Hutton, of San Fran cisco. The dredger is equipped with a seventy-live horsepower gasoline en gine and open link buckets. It will have a capacity of 1,400 cubic yards I a day. The cost of construction will j exceed $40,000. Two dredgers will be equipped with 120 horsepower engines and three-foot close connected buckets, each averag ing an output of 2,000 cubic yards a day. The cost of construction will be $G5,000 each. The dredgers will be finished June 1. HARRY THAW IS WITNESS AGAIN NEW YORK. May 14.?Harry K.' Thaw was a witness yesterday at the trial of John Nicolson Anhut, the law yer indicted for bribery in an alleged attempt to secure Thaw'sa release from the Matteawan Asylum for the Criminal Insane. EDINBOROUGH HONORS "TAMA JIM" WILSON I WASHINGTON. May 15.? James I Wilson, former secretary of Agricul | tare, has been the recipient of a most > unusual honor at the hands of the of , ficials of the University ofEdinburgh. | The degree of LL. D. has been con ferred upon him "in absenta." PANAMA CANAL TOLLS QUESTION GOES OVER WASHINGTON. May 16.?With only Senator Brandegee of Connecticut dis senting. the Senate Committee on In-, teroceanic Canals voted to postpone until the December session of Con gress any discussion of Panama ca nal tolls. Senator Thornton of Louis | ana made the motion, which carried. ? 13 to 1. In the opinion of several . members of the committee the Brit ! isli government will have made some ; new proposal on the subject before ? December. : WOMEN DEFACE PICTURE AND FIRE CHURCH ' EAST BOURNE. Eng.. May 16.? ! First defacing a picture of Christ be ; ing entombed by scratching across it * the words, "Votes for Women," suff . ragetes set fire to St. Anne's church last night. THEY WANT TO FIGHT IT OUT EAGLE'S PASS, Tex., May 10. ? President Tupper of the Internatianal Peace Forum tendered his services as mediary in securing peace between the Constitutionalists under Gen. Car ran/a and President Huerta, but they were declined. ' WILSON IS LIKELY TO BAR LIQUORS WASHINGTON, May 16?The Wash ington Star asks: Will President Wil son follow the lead of Secretary of State Bryan in instituting a "grape j juice" regime? This question is going the rounds among ambassadors, justices, Con gressmen, and Senators, who have oc j casion to partake of White House din ners. There is no answer yet, but many habitues of the White House of fices are inclined to believe that the President will put into effect his own temperance views. The last White House dinner was not dry, but it is said there is a good chance for the future affairs being strictly "white ribbon." President Wilson himself is prac tically a teetotaller. He has been known to drink a glass of beer once or twice a year, but for some time past he has avoided the use of even light wines and beer. j GEN. HUERTA EXECUTES 300 MEN FOR POLITICS NEW ORLEANS. May 15.?Late ar rivals here from Mexico say that more than 300 men have been execut ed in Mexico City since Gen. Victor iano Huerta, President of Mexico, de : clared martial law for no other crime I than that they served in office under : the administration of Francisco I. Ma dero. or for having expressed dissatis faction with the present regime. According to these recent arrivals, the trials are mockeries. Alleged mil : itary courts are convened nightly at the arsenal and only a few minutes are given to the hearing of those that are charged of crime, and the accused are immediately taken out and secretly t shot | League Base Ball | ' ?t-l-I-i H-l-M 1 1 I I 1 1 1 1 11 1 I 1 1 1 it NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE. Standing of Clubs. Wou Loat Pet. j Seattle IS 8 .692 ^ Vancouver 15 8 .652 t Spokane 12 16 .429 r Tacoma 12 16 .429 Victoria 11 16 .407 i Portland 9 16 .360 a Yesterday's Scores. T At Seattle? Seattle, 5; Vancouver, 3. v At Tacoma?Tacoma, 2; Spokane, 1. t At Portland?Portland, 6; Victoria, 4. j o PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE. t Standing of Club6. . c Won Lost Pet. I Los Angeles .... 24 15 .615 t Oakland 21 18 .538 J San Francisco ... 20 22 .476 e Venice 19 22 .463 t Portland 16 19 .457 f Sacramento 16 20 .444 \ Yesterday's Scores. f At Los Angeles?Los Angeles, 5; Port- 1 alnd, 0. < At Sacramento?Sacramento, 7; Ven- 1 ice, 1. At Oakland?San Francisco, 6; Oak- ( land, 4. AMERICAN LEAGUE. Standing of Clubs. i Won Lost Pet. ) Philadelphia .... 17 5 .773 < Cleveland 17 9 .654 i Washington 14 8 .636 j Chicago 16 12 .579 I St. Louis 12 16 .421 Boston 10 15 .400 ] New York 7 17 .304 I Detroit 8 19 .296 i Yesterday's Scores. At Cleveland ? Cleveland, 2; Phila delphia, 9. At Chicago?Chicago, 3; New York, 2. At St. Louis?Boston, 15; St. Louis, 4. At Detroit?Washington-Detroit game postponed on account of rain. NATIONAL LEAGUE. Standing of Clubs. Won Lost Pet. Philadelphia .... 13 6 .684 Brooklyn 16 8 .667 Chicago 15 12 .555 New York 12 11 .522 St. Louis 13 12 .520 Boston 10 12 .455 Pittsburgh 10 15 .423 Cincinnati 6 19 .240 Yesterday's Scores. At New York ? Pittsburgh ,7; New York, 2. At Boston?Cincinnati, 11; Boston. 5. At Philadelphia ? Philadelphia, 6; Chicago, 5. At Brooklyn?Brooklyn, 8; St. Louis, 6 j SITKA IS BECOMING THRIVING CENTER SITKA, .May 14.? After slumbering j for many, many years in the tranquil : ity of Government sustentation, Sit ? ka has awakened to a new life, nour ished by her own natural resources. I The strange activities that are spring ing up on every hand bewilder the old | timers, who are beginning to return, as the changes in Trrytown did Kip i Van Wrinkle. * * * ; The Sitka Wharf & Power Company has ordered the machinery for a twen ty-five thousand dollar power plant, j The electricity will be generated from Sawmill Creek, and the company ex j poets to be able to supply power to manufacturing concents at Seattle prices. * * * Under special authoriziation from the Governor, Representative A. G. Shoup has taken charge of the marine barracks biuldings, on behalf of the Territory; and as soon as Governor ? Strong returns will arrange with him * to put the institution in shape to he i occupied as a home by the pioneers J who have spent their lives in the ser- ] vice and development of Alaska. ; * ? * Realizing the exceptional opportun- ? ity that the opening up of the halibut ! industry has created for a machine j shop, the citizens are holding open a ? fine water-front site for the right ? man. Speaking of machine shop sites ! reminds one of the broad guaged spir- \ it in which the businessmen of Sitka ? J are encouraging the institution of new industries. While they are turning a cold shoulder on wildcatters and four floushers, whenever anyone shows up with a legitimate proposition and a manifest intention of making good, the people of Sitka immediately give him every assistance possible. * * * The W. P. Mills Company will start sawing lumber as soon as their big raft of logs arrives from Peril straits. ? * * The fact that Dr. Goddard's fine sanitarium is crowded to capacity in dicates that people have learned to appreciate the extraordinary quality of the Sitka Hot Springs, and the at- ' tractiveness of their situation. I For home-made pastry and best coffee go to "U and I" Lunch Room. Forced out of business by owner of building. Sale to run only 10 more days. tf. J. J. SHARRICK. GUATEMALA WILL PAY BRITISH CLAIMS WASHINGTON, May 16.?Guatema n has acceded to the demands of jreat Britain for the settlement of he British claims against the govern nent. The claim that Great Britain has >een pressing against Guatemala iinount to more than $10,000,000. ? These aro bonds and interest that vere placed in London to get furjds 0 fund the national debt. Default was ?? nado in the payment of the Interest, .. ind the bondholders demanded that [[ he bonds be paid in full with, inter ?st. President Taft and Secretary I Ciiox wcilded the big stick over Gua- ^ emala, threatening that the United .. States would pay the claims, and force lettlcment by Guatemala. Great Brit- " tin already was threatening to use ?? orce. The Wilson administration I! vas appealed to, but refused to act "j is a collection agency, so the negotia- ?? ions terminated yesterday were con- .. lucted directly between the Central ? \merican Republic and Great Brituin. ^ GIRAND JURY INDICTS j; KOYUKUK WOMAN ;; FAIRBANKS, May 9? Norah Moore, 1 Seattle woman, was indicted by the <? jjrand Jury today to answer to a| < > jharge of grand larceny. The woman I! I s accused of stealing $5,000 worth of ;old dust from Ben Dahl, a Koyukuk <? miner. < > The offense was committed in the Hammond river diggings, 600 miles from here. The woman promised, it is ? alleged, to marry the miner and of- I fered to set him up in the real estate t business in Vancouver, B. C., and IH teach him to draw legal papers, pro vided he gave his poke to her for safe keeping. He signed a bill of sale for the dust two days after delivering the poke, but claims to have been ignor ant of the nature of the document. The woman decamped in the dead of night for Fairbanks with a fast dog| team by way of the Chandlar trail. Learning this, Dahl started mushing over the Fort Gibbon mail trail, a longer route, determined to beat the . Moore woman to Fairbanks. He trav-;.i eied night and day, making fifty and \ j sixty miles a day, and arrived in Fair- J j banks several hours before the dog ? > team. His feet were swollen and he is ! hardly able to walk now. j j The marshal arrested the woman ?1 and seized the gold. Dahl now has . hopes of getting his poke back. ! DISPOSAL OF MEXICAN ; SOLDIERS WORRIES BRYAN ; WASHINGTON, May 16.?What to do with 200 Mexican federal soldiers that have crossed the border into the United States and surrendered to American oflicers in order to escape the Constitutionalists, is worrying Sec retary or State William J. Bryan. The War Department has put the question up to Mr. Bryan to decide. HAVE YOU a contract to let? Is so, he sure to see S. A. Kelly. New house, Gov. road. Casey & Shattuck Addi tion. lm. j - I Columbia Golden Drop Tacoma J I 1 I I I I 1 I I I I I I I 1 I I I 1 1 I I 1 I"I | The 'Model' This Is a ;; + RESTAURANT ; Fred Vinton Tom McMullen ;; ;; -?l-I 1 M 1' 1"1 I'l-fi S<ss ? 9BS0LUTELY Self-Con- $ taincd; ready to operate 4 on arrival; ^ Coil reasonable; efficient and * ^ durable; easily shipped to remote poind; needs no specia I foundation. One pntron writes: "We are using a S.Vmesh screen and milling an average of 10 tons of ore per 24-honr day with each mill. ; Considering horsoiwwer consumed LITTLE GIANT 8TAMP MILLS are most rapid crush ers ever seen: prefer them to any other stnmp mill on market." Information obtainable by address ing or calling on Seattle Construction & Drydock Company K Dipt.. Seattle, XX. 8. A. c]( HEIDELBERG LIQUOR Co "House of Good Drinks" BEST APPOINTED PLACE IN TOWN Dairies nothing but the finest quality of goods. Family Trade Solicited Telephone 386?QUICK DELIVERY I-I -l- I- I I- IT M I M I I I I I'M I I I I 1 [ 1 1 I-H11 I 1 I I I I I I I I 1 1 I I 1 11 l-n OCCIDENTAL HOTEL AND ANNEX Restaurant In Connection Plstabllshed 1881 European Plan *' COMMERCIAL MEN'S HOME FRONT ST. JOHN P. OLDS, Mngr. JUNEAU, ALASKA ~ II-1 I 1 1 1 I 'i 11 1 -I T1 !? 1-1 I I I I I 1 M 1 I I 1 I 1 !? LM-H-H. 1 L 1 r M I'M I I I I I I ? ' I I I I I I I IT' I II I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I 1 1 II I I I I I- ? THE CIRCLE CITY HOTEL MRS. M. E. BERGMANN, Prop. HEADQUARTER for PROSPECTORS AND MINING MEN - ELECTRIC LIGHTED STEAM HEATED THIRD STREET JUNEAU, ALASKA;; 1-1 -1 IT 1TTTTT I-IMli-I-I ' I Ml II M-HTTTT-l-IT III 111 111 1 i I I f OPERA LIQUOR CO., inc. 1 Thos. H. Ashby, Pres. A. G. Hays, Sec.-Treas. o COR. SEWARD ANi) SECOND STREETS j; 4 4 ? <4 Finest Straight Whiskies Cigars That Everybody Likes to Smoke J ? A RESORT FOR GENTLEMEN % 6 B.M.BEHRENDS, BANKER JUNEAU, ALASKA j THE OLDEST BANK IN ALASKA Established 1887 Interest Paid on M< mber Savings Accounts American Hankers* A'ssn. HI I II I I I I I I I I I I II I I I I I II I I I I I I I I I II I I I I ?I I I I I I I I I H | WHEN YOU NEED 1; Furniture, Mattresses, Stoves, Ranges:! Cooking Utensils or Crockery :: and vou want full value for your money go to ;; JOHN P. BENSON, the Furniture Dealer:: Cor. Third and Seward Streets, Juneau . > Tons upon tons of new and up-to-date jjoods arrive at our store every week,. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I IIII I I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I I IF4 In A Class By Itself IMPARTIAL tests made by The Columbus Labo ratories of Chicago give Fisiier's Blend Flour a higher rating than that of the Dakota all-IIard Wheat Patent Flour. Considering that this scientific combination of East ern Hard Wheat and Western Soft Wheat costs you from 20 to 25% less than what has always been con sidered the highest grade of breadstuff, you can readily see that it will pay you to insist on having Fisher's Blend Floup For Sale by All Dealers 1' ?????? ? ?I I I 1 H-M-I'I I-H-M-M M M Mil The Unique Millinery;; Easter Goods :: Upstairs, Cor. Second and Main I I I I I I I -I I 1 1 11 III I I I I I 1 M-l Call At "HOME BAKERY" For Home-Made Pies, Cakes and Bread. F. F. Graff?Propr. SECOND ST.?Opp. Customs House III III I 1 Mil III M III I III 1; Golden Belt Addition Choice Residence Lota for Sale Sec E. L. COBB. Ant. - Phone 3-6-9 ? ? l-l'T I I I 1 "I "1 I 1 1 I I I 1 I 1 I I 1 I I I Juneau Construction Co. ARCHITECTS and BUILDERS Old Juneau Iron Works Bldg. FRANKLIN STREET Opp. Laundry ? 'Phone 3-8-8 The Loveraa is a strictly high-grade, jar Havana cigar. till III 11 III I 111 111 III 11 It :: Juneau Electrical :: Supply House Wirinp and Repairing .. a Specialty. ? ? Telephone 3-7-3 SECOND STREET ? ? ? ? P. O. Box 482 Bet. Main & Seward ? ? j- e. chovin ?Tl 1 I 1 I I IIll I H 1-1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 I' ll 1111111111 i 1111II1111II " A.W.RHODES " :: stock wall paper:: J | All Kind* interior Finish. Ho.m P.lail.f J ' i ? Phone 3-7-3 Second Street , , II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I II 14" John Markkanen FIRST CLASS SHOE REPAIRING Work Guaranteed Rubber Boots Repaired and Soled 2nd St., bet. Seward and Franklin ?illllllllllllllllllllllll ? ij A. Benson stares II | | Stand at WilU' Grocery Store J ' ? i Phones 4*9 or 3-8-5 i ? ? ORDERS PROMPTLY EXECUTED < ? ?111111111111111111111111'