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Juneau Liquor Company, Inc.
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Imported and Domestic Liquors and Wines for family use J!
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"IT'S THE WATER
FOR SALE AT ALL FIRST-CLASS BARS AND CAFES
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: THE LATEST AMERICAN INVENTION jj
: AND AI.L OTIIEK KINDS OF ?
i ELECTRIC LIGHTING GOODS
P Can be obtained from the
ALASKA KLECTRIC LIGHT & POWER CO.
L third and Franklin Streets Juneau ?
UNION IKON WORKS .Machine Shop and Foundry I
(las Engine* and .Mill Castings
Am-iiO Onion Gas Kti^nu- and Gcital Gas Engine
ALASKA MEAT COMPANY ??'*?
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
.Manufacturers of ail Kinds of Sausage^ Our Hams and Bacon Are
f WHEN YOU NEED j
; 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
I Tons upon tons of new and up-to-date t?oods arrive at our store every week.
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[ Juneau Transfer Co. ?
i coal wood ?
| storage i
? Moving Carefully Done ?
? ItagKage Our Long Suit X
FRONT STREET ?
| Next door t? Raymond Co ?
I E. D. Watkins ?
\ EXPERT BLACKSMITH ?
| and IRON WORKER J
? General Blacksmlthing, Horse- ?
I Shoeing, Iron and Marine Work *
J Estimates Furnished and ?
? Work Guaranteed ?
J FRANKLIN STREET ?
* Un>on Iron Works Building J
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Ihe Louvre Bar ::
Al Carbon. Prop.
Importni ami Domestic
LIQUORS AND CIGARS ??
I RAINIF.R BEKR ON DRAUGHT
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, Phone 3-3-6 Juneau ? ? j
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THE BEST LOAF OF ?
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? San Francisco Bakery ?
| G. MESSERSCHMIDT, Prop. J
J. W. DORAN
104 Second St. Juneau, Alaska
R. P. NELSON
Dealer in all kinds of station
ery, office supplies, typewriter
Agent for the
L. C. Smith & Bro. Type
I P. Wolland l
| Phone ?6 SECOND ST. I
Latest Novelties in
Tobacco Jars and
Rain Coats Children's Coats
Ladies fine Muslin UNDERWEAR
GLEANINGS FROM GREAT
Fifty feet of the Chltina bridge was
I carried out by the breaking up of
| the ice in the Copper river early this
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The eBrry postollice on Ester creek,
Fairbanks district, lias been ro-estab
' lished. It had been discontinued by
! the Department.
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Six United States soldiers were in
dicted by the grand Jury at the March
term ot' the United States District
Court at Nome for felonies.
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The Sons of Norway have made such
a success of their organization at
Petersburg that the Norwegian women
of that town are about to organize a
society of the Daughters of Norway.
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The Ketchikan Miner says prepar
ations are under way for the estab
1 lishment of an All-Alaskan magazine
at that place. It is proposed to call
it the Alaskan Ay-Keh-Nam.
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The first clean-up of tin- season in
the Fairbanks was on Eva creek and
amounted to $26,000. It was much
more than the owners of the dump
? expected. It was the result ol' two
and a half days' sluicing.
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The gas boat Sockeye burned to the
water's edge May 19th in Frederick
| Sound. Kd. Raggan, the owner of the
i boat, and Louis Miller escaped from
| the boat and reached their home port
! at Petersburgh in a row boat. The
explosion of the gas engine the lire.
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Louis Mohr, a pioneer of the Fair
; banks district, dropped dead as he
was entering near the depot at Gold
stream, Fairbanks district. May 5th.
" He owned claims on Spruce creek and
^ : Lost Horse creek. Heart failure
icaused the death.
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The Grand Trunk Steamship Prince
I Albert was aground last week at Port
j Simpson bay near Prince Rupert sever
lal days. Beyond denting some of her
plates and having to discharge some
of her cargo there was little damage
done. She was floated last Friday.
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: Herbert Mills, of Kasaan, one of the
' pioneers of Southeastern Alaska, died
I at that place May 16th. Mills was
going from Kasaan to liadley and
stayed all night at the home of the
j watchman at the Mt. Andrew mine,
j When the latter went to call Mills
for his breakfast he discovered that
he had breathed his last during the
"Women are terribly unreasonable!"
exclaimed the small man with straw
! colored hair.
"Trouble with your wife?"
"Not exactly. She told me to buy
myself a hat and a pair of shoes, but
she didn't say a word about whether
it was to be a straw or a felt or
whether she wants me to get low-cut
or high shoes. Why will some women
be so thougtless and unreasonable!"
Isn't It the Truth.
Some men have a knack of making
trouble for other people and then com
ing around and sypathizing with them.
Pleasures of Observation.
"What is your favorite game?"
"But you never play it."
"Probably that's the reason I like
it. The men whom I have seen play
f ing it abused it terribly and didn't
appear to get any enjoyment out of
the fresh air and the scenery."
Forced out of business by owner of
building. Sale to run only 10 more
I. J. SHARRICK.
h Some of the Famous Juvenile Bostonians and Their Governess, at the Or
t pheum, June 2d and 3d.
OPERA COMING TO
JUNEAU JUNE 2
The Juvenile Bostoniuns will open
at the Orpheutn in Juneau Monday
evening June 2, with the "Dream
Girl," and close Tuesday night, June
with "The Kose of filandeen."
This may be the last tour of the
West that the Juvenile Liostonians will
make for some years. Their success
lust season in the Middle West at
tracted the atention of the Shuberts
and other New York managers who
made flattering inducements to Cos
grove and Lang for an Eastern inva
sion. Considering the very few West
ern organizations that make an East
ern success this offer is one that es
tablishes the merit and the public fa
vor of tlie organization.
The eighth season of tho Juvenile
Bostoniuns will be the most notcable
tour of the organization. Mrs. Lang
is still the director who has been re
sponsible for the past triumphs. Mr.
George Bromley will continue as mus
ical director and his success in train- j
ing the voices of the young ladies
gives every indication that within a
few years not a few of these girls j
will be numbered among the great
operatic stars of the country. Cos
grove and Lang, the managers, have
assembled a clever staff of compe
tent assistants ami have provided for
this year's tour the best scenic, elec
trical and costume equipment that
money can buy. Everything is com
Xo age of woman is more attractive
than "sweet sixteen." And when a
score of young ladies of that charm
ing age are assembled in an organ- i
ization, it goes without saying that j
the company is most fascinating. Thel
Juvenile Bostonians, organized eight j
years ago and now on its eight season, |
has the cream of the "sweet sixteen"
girls. Many of them were in the orig
inal Juvenile Bostonians as children
and have been with it continuously.
They are now past the child age but
not yet real grown-ups, retaining in
consequence that charm and beauty
of youth so characteristic of "sweet
The several years of experience
gained by these young girfls has giv
en them stage presence, confidence
and a knowledge of their art but it
has not spoiled them or made them .
stagey. They still view their work j
with enthusiasm of children, and are '
still able to maintain the juvenile ?
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MILITARY PROMOTIONS -
ON MERIT ONLY .
WASHINGTON, May 27- In the des
ignation of ('apt. ltobert S. Grifllth,
U. S. N., to be chief of the bureau of
steam engineeriuging, the administra
tion has followed the declaration made
that the army and navy appointments
shall go by merit and not by favor.
Oapt. Griffith was chosen on his rec
ord. Not a single letter advocating
hsi advancement from the post of as
isstant to be chief of the bureau did
he inspire to be laid before the Pres
ident or the Secretary of the Navy nor
did he indicate that he desired or ex
pected the promotion.
REDFIELD AND THE
Secretary Red field meets the Asso
ciated Employing Lithographers on
their own chosen ground in his ad
dress at Washington last night. He
can threaten as well as they. They
threaten reductions of work and
wages if the Underwood bill passes.
He threatens a Government inquiry
in that case which will put them to
the proof of the necessity. Any Gov
ernment coercion of industry in this?
Rather is it simply a case of industry
trying to coerce the Government.?
New York World.
Try a Lovera, "Sure to Please." tf
PROLONGED CONTEST ON I
TARIFF HILL NOT WANTED
Ah thin newspaper views the muni
tion, there is no possible profit to the
Republican party or to business in
terests in entering upon prolonged op
position in the Senate to the Under
wood tariff bill.
Certainly the Republican party is I
not just in protracting this extraordi
nary session of Congress. If unuliin
Red debate be attempted, let the clo
ture be invoked; if a breaking of the
quorum be sought, then resort to the I
Reed rules and count a quorum. *
A few innovations in the United ?
States Senate at litis juncture will ?
not provoke the nation's wrath. Ac- !
tion is wanted, and speedily. Seattle!)
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WHITEHORSE EXPECTS RIO |'
CROWD NEXT SATl RDAY !
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Kxccllt nt progress is being made in .
the matter of arranging for the cole- [
liration of tin- Kind's birthday on .May ?
SI. Reports coming from Alaska coast ?
towns are to the effect that their peo- I
pie are all coming with bells and the j
indications are that Whitehorse will
entertain a banner crowd on that oc- ^
casion. Good baseball will be played i
and good money will lie paid the win- 4
ning teams, there being first and sec- <
olid prizes. <
Whitehorse has better baseball ma- <
? 1 rial this year than she has had for <
several years, hut the same thing IsH
Laid of other towns ovor the line. ?M
v. httehorse Star. <
WHEN YOU want to eat well, go M
10 the Commercial Cafe Dining U00111. <
? ainch Counter. Private Boxes. The L
choicest viands at lowest prices For
!?? creation for pri'ate parties piiono
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? ard< i'!:k' and all Ui???!? >f Jobbing
a ? }'? \ !', ;? :A Purser.
?"? " ;*-a! II..1 AlVt-fit
; The 'Model' |
This Is a
i fred Vinton Tom McMuilen t
Juneau Construction Co.
ARCHITECTS and BUILDERS
Old Juneau Iron Works Bldg.
Opp. Laundry ? 'Phone 3-8 8
| Golden Belt Addition f
Choice Residence Lots for Sale T
+ See E. L. COliR. A?t. - Phone 3-0-9 +
?V-i-i-i-i-i-i-i-i-i- i i-i-i-r !?; 'H-H-H*
?H11!11!1!'1!'1!1I I I M'1 |
;;The Unique Millinery ?;
Upstairs, Cor. Second and Main !!
! 1' H-MII'H-H-I-H
For Home-Made Pies, Cakes and
F. F. Graff?Propr.
SECOND ST.?Opp. Customs House |
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? A. W. RHODES
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' All Kinds interior Finish* Home Palming ' '
? I'honc 3-7-3 Second Street , ,
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FIRST CLASS SHOE REPAIRING
Rubber Boots Repaired and Soled
2nd St., bet. Seward and Franklin
C. F. CHEEK
THE TAXIDERMIST jj
THAT KNOWS \\
Game Heads, Fish and 3rds ?
SKINS AND FURS TANNED \[
Rug Work a Specialty
Prices Reasonable n
HEIDELBERG UQUOR Co
"House of Good Drinks"
ISEST APPOINTED PLACE IN TOWN
Harries nothing but the finest quality of goods. Family
Telephone 386?QUICK DELIVERY
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OCCIDENTAL HOTEL AND ANNEX |
] Restaurant In Connection Kotablished 1881 European Plan
i COMMERCIAL MEN'S HOME !!
1 FRONT ST. JOHN P. OLDS, Mngr. JUNEAU, ALA8KA ??
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THE CIRCLE CITY HOTEL
' MRS. M. E. 8ERGMANN, Prop. ;;
* HEADQUARTER for PROSPECTORS AND MINING MEN -
ELECTRIC LIGHTED STEAM HEATED
[ THIRD STREET JUNEAU, ALASKA
| OPERA LIQUOR CO., inc. 1
? Thos. H. Ashby, Pres. A. G. Hays, Sec.-Treas. X
COR. SEWARI) AND SECOND STREETS \
? Finest Straight Whiskies Cigars That Everybody Likes to Smoke ?
| A RESORT FOR GENTLEMEN t
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B.M. BEHRENDS, BANKER
THE OLDEST BANK IN ALASKA
Interest Paid un Member
Savings Accounts American Hankers* A'ssn.
In A Class Itself
IMPARTIAL tests made ity T'ltc Columbus Labo- I
ratories of Chicago give I'ishkr's Flol'R
a higher rating than that of the Dakota all-Hard
Wheat Patent Flour.
Considering that this scientific combination of Past
ern Hard Wheat and Western Soft W heat costs you
from 20 to 2-V' 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 Flour
For Sale by . III Dealers
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND UN
DIVIDED PROFITS $85,000
Complete facilities for the
transaction of any hanking
T. P. KENNEDY, Pres.
JOHN RECK. Vice-Pres.
A. A. GABBS. Cashier
F. VV. BRADLEY
E. P. KENNEDY
GEO. F. MILLER
T. F. KENNEDY
P. H. FOX
A. A. GABBS
M. J. O'CONNOR
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An Transfer :
? Benson & Express ::
j Stand at Wills' Grocery Store J '
, Phones 4"9 or 3-8-5 , ,
? ORDERS PROMPTLY EXECUTED ? ?
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The Daily Empire delivered in Ju
eau, Douglas and Treadwell for $1.00
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j; The Alaska Grill ?:
I he Beit Appointed
Place in Town
;; Best of Everything Served !!
at Moderate Prices ;;
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/ WBSOLUTELY Self.Con.
mined; ready to ojtcrate
f"! on arrival;
^ Con rriuonahlr; rfllrirnt and
1 ?lurahU; rotiir shipprd to
ftr remote points; nmlt no
One patron write*: "We nrenalng
n 3ft-meah wreen ami mllllm: an
n vera (to of 10 ton* of ore per 24-lionr
ilny with encli mill, Conaiderlng
horaepower remained I.ITTT.K (JIAXT
STAMP MILLS are moat rapid rruah
era ever atari; prefer them to any
other Htnmp mill on market."
Information obtainable by address
ing or cnlllng on
Seattle Construction & Dry dock Company
j D*pt.. Seattle, XJ. 8. A.
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