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? THE LARGEST STOCK -THE BEST BRANDS OP ^ Imported and Domestic Liquors and W ines tor family use I J PHONK iM MAII. ORDERS A SPECIALTY-FREE DELIVERY | OLYMPIA BEER "IT'S THE WATER" FOR SALE AT ALL FIRST-CLASS BARS AND CAFES fl UNION IRON WORKS Machine Shop and Foundry I (ias Engine* and Mill Casting Amenta Union Gas Engine and Regal Gas Engine MM I I I I I I 1 I I II)I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I > I I i I II I I I I II I I ;; WHKN YOU NEED ;; ;; Furniture, Mattresses, Stoves, Ranges; i :: Cooking I tensils or Crockery ;; and vou want full value for your money go to ;; 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. . M I I I I I M II II II II t II II t II II I II II 1 fffflfiwww.. - II II I > M I I II II )11 I III M I II II II IIII I > I I I I I I I II I I I I 1 ? 1 t :: THE LATEST AMERICAN INVENTION ii MAZDA LAMPS ; I AND ALL OTHKR KINDS OF ? I ELECTRIC LIGHTING GOODS ] | Can be obtained from the ! ALASKA ELECTRIC LIGHT & POWER CO. , , Third and Franklin Street* Juneau ? > ? I I I I I I IlI I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I I I I I II I I I I I I I II I II II ALASKA MEAT COMPANY J?hn K?K. Wholesale and Retail Butchers Manufacturers of a.'l Kinds of Sausages Our Hams and Bacon Are Hume-Smoked j OPERA LIQUOR CO.,I?.j J Thos. H. Ashby, Pres. X. G. Rays, Sec.-Treas. X ? ? COR. SEWARD AND SECOND STREETS ? finest Straight Whiskies Cigars That fverybody Likes to Smoke ? I A RESORT FOR GENTLEMEN J ? ? J Juneau Transfer Co. ? t I COAL WOOD | STORAGE J $ Moving Careful y Done X ? lUioraxv Our Look Suit ? FRONT STREET t * Next dour to Raymond Co. ? i ? ? ? ? ; McCloskeys j | ! ? ? ? ? ? ? 1111111111111111111111 i i 11 The Louvre Bar ;? [ \ At CArUon, Pn?p. ? ? Importnl anil Dociantir ? ? :; LIQUORS AND CIGARS \[ RAINIER BKEK ON DRAUGHT , Phone 3-3-5 Junotiu ? ? ' 'l I I 1 1 I 1 I 1 I I I 14-1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 i I o THE BEST LOAF OF BREAD I ;; )? sold At X ;; San Francisco Bakery ? G. MESSERSCHMIDT. Prop. J Columbia Golden Drop Tacoma J. W. DORAN DRUGS PHONE 3 104 Second St. Juneau, Alacka R. P. NELSON Alaska's Pioneer Stationery Store Dealer in all kinds of station ery, office supplies, typewriter supplies. Agent for the L. C. Smith & Bro. Type writer ? 111 11 I 11 111II 11 I I 111 I I 11 ? j?BERRY'S STORE! Ladies Sweaters ? : Latest Makes Just In : :: Silk Shirt Waists ; :: Children's Dresses : ? M 1111111111111111111111' BASEBALL BUG ; BUSILY BUZZING; Douglas comes to Juucuu next Sun- j da> to play ball aud there will be a < great crowd out to witness the gamo. ! This will be tho fourth out of a aeries | of ten scheduled games. The line-up 1 of the home team Is not yet ready to < be given out. There will probably be ' some changes but Tom is keeping it ail to himself. 1'ractice is being kept up each night of the week. Ball Talk. Baseball still continues the absorb ing topic in the line of sports. From the Juneau "lnfunts" up to aud in cluding Tom Kadouich's "Pirates" ev ery organization and its possibilities are discussed. The "infants" will be stroug for the Fourth of July money, and expect to win from the Douglas organization. Tom says that even at the present standing it is hard to get a bet out of the Douglas fans on the next game. The Gastiueau camps are all infected with baseball. The "Van nigans" want a chance to pluy. The sawmill lads are burning for a game. The "Tigers" are all puffed out from past victoriers but still clamoring for more. Off For Skagtown. Every little thiug bus beeu done that should be done, and tbe baseball excursion to Skagway will pull out 011 schedule time, Both organizations from Juneau are going up strong. The Tigers, who will be pitted against the Skagway Desperadoes are: Cornell, Fry.e, Saegers, Cordiner, Loucks, Mc Bride, Zott, Friemau, Fisher, Albert son. and Carter. The Alaska-Castineau Terriers will go against the Fort Seward soldier lads. The following Terriers are go ing: Wulzen. Shepard, Hatch, Healey, Benson, llerrick, Maloue, Frazer, Ga hriel, Pratt, Bayless, Hurley, Hallock, and Whipple. Both aggregations are going up with the hope of winning and the double assurance of having a good time. The Fox leaves Juneau at 12:30 and will return Sunday night. Five Baseball Teams. Lawrence Keedy is developing into the greatest baseball -impressario of the North. He is manager of the Alas ka-Gastineau Terriers, one of the best teams on Gastineau channel. He has also undertaken to organize a team in each division of the Alaska-Gastin eau .Mining Company's development project. At Perseverance they have the bug strong?word was recently sent up that the Terriers must win or Keedy be given a vacation. Salmon creek is clamoring hard for a chance to get in the game. Just the other day a bull was found in the coal bin at the lower dam camp, Salmon creek. It is supposed to have dropped there the other night when the Terriers were out for practice on the town grounds. Bob Hurley batted out a high tly and the ball could not be found?it is now thought that this is the missing ball. The ofllce force in town is also swollen with a self-pride and anxious to have an exclusive team -even Biggs wauts to have a try. Keedy contemplates all this with the satisfactory, Keedy-chuckle?many teams make many players, and many players will make more chances to get the top notch talent in this neck of the woods. The "Ollice" team will be tak en from the following: Holt, Hurlbutt, Hurley, Hallock, Hayward, Wllcdx. Wulzen, Sperry, and Thane The "Per severance" team will be taken from the following: P. Benson, M. A. Allen, S. S. Spillman, Pete Gravrock, Allen M. Chamberlain, H. Kagstead, M. S. Murphy, Jack Trampton. Harry Mor ton. Hugh Hood: the last named is mascot. With Salmon creek and Sheep creek organized Mr. Keedy will have five baseball organizations. rv_r? rv?? O'DONNELL CREEK LEADS . ALL ATLIN DISTRICT O'Donnell creek has taken first place among the producing creeks of the Atlin country. Already it is pro ducing a great deal of gold, and the plans for a more active season there arc being worked out. Recently a road 60 feet wide and of excellent grade from Atlin to that creek was started by the British Columbia gov ernment. The following items in the Skag way Alaskan are confirmatory of the | excellent outlook on O'Donnell creek: William Hood has arrived from O' Donnell creek and says that things | are looking good, and that it will be the coming camp of the district. O' Donnell is rapidly becoming a big pro ducer. He says there are lots of oth er creeks tributary to O'Donnell which are also to be good producers. A. B. Ferguson, J. H. Murie, D. M. Torrence and T. W. Jackson, the four gentlemen who went into Silver creek country last fall and later secured some property on O'Donnell creek In the Atlin district, arrived out Satup 1 day evening and will make a trip out side for a few weeks on business, af ter which they will return and contin ue the work on their newly acquired property. The gentlmen brought out three hundred ounces of gold from At lin. o?o?o HAVE YOU a contract to let? If so, be sure to see S. A. Kelly. New house, Gov. road. Casey & Shattuck Addi tion. 5-15-lm. h-h-h-h-h Milium h-hh-i-h-wh i M I m t n 1111111 n i m n n i m [ m 1 .FREE BEHRfNiyS FREE Usual Fourth of Jujy Offering A TIMELY OPPORTUNITY TO SAVE MONEY :: From now UNTIL THE FOURTH of JULY we will give with every BENJAMIN SUIT :: | a pair of SHOES or a HAT FREE ? We are sure of our ground, our super iority of style and tailoring. They are handsome. The very newest of the new suits you'll take pride in. A special inducement to the man who wants good clothes | A complete assortment of Hats and Furnishings for Men and Young Men. Benjamin Suits arrange from .... $25.00 T? $37.50 This includes the famous Hanan Shoes !! ^ or Stetson Hat Our sack suits arc shown in medium and light j* weight fabrics in black and white, check, stripes and mixtures, Scotch tweeds in gray, tans and browns and various other novelty weaves. ... " . We are exclusive agents for the celebrated Benjamin *r Clothing. Other makes from $10.00 ? $20.00 :: B. M. BEHRENDS CO. JUNEAU'S BIGGEST, BEST AND BUSIEST STORE T I111 i ! 1 I I 1 1 I I I I I I! I H-I 1 I -M 1 1 1 1 I I H 11111111111111111 H 1111 M 1 1 I 1 I I I I I I I 1 1 I I 1 : I l ! I I j j ji T"i_r i GLEANINGS FROM GREAT NORTHERN EMPIRE ?o-o? The Copper River Northwestern Railway is now operating one through traiu a week for the summer season. * ? * The box factory department of the 1 Ketchikan sawmill is kept busy work-, ing full time manufacturing boxes for[ the salmon canneries. * * * | .Michael Lyden, a pioneer of the Alaska interior since 18h6, when he| located at Fortymile, died at Fair banks May 26th. lie had lived in the Fairbanks district for many years. * * * Mrs. Barkdull, of Petersburg, is the: heroine of a bear hunt in which she j and her husband participated. They killed but one bear, and it was the unerring rifle of Mrs. Barkdull that did the work. ? * * At the United States experimental farm at Fairbanks, erops grown pro duced 115 bushels of oats, 67.5 bush els of wheat and 8 tons of potatoes per acre. There is a large area of rich soil in the Tanana valley. * * * The Cordova Alaskan says that Dep uty Marshal Brenneman, of Katalla, has found bears so troublesome to the people that he has found it necessary to make a restricted district for them. The district is anywhere beyond the town limits. * * * There is considerable activity in the Tiekel district in the Prince William sound country. Three of the proper ties have been developed to the stage where they are regarded as suilicient ly valuable to install mills on them. There are many other properties be ing developed. Some of them have produced ore that pays as high as $1, 000 to the ton. ? * * Practically every town in Southeast ern Alaska has made arrangements or is making them to celebrate the Fourth of July. Juneau, Douglas, Ket chikan, Skagway, Wrang ell, Sitka and Petersburg have raised considerable sums with which to provide prizes for sports and other expenses in con nection with celebrations. * * * Clinton, the Fairbanks freighter of that place, has purchased the tame moose which C. H. Munson has had at his road house for some time. The animal is now full grown. Clinton will place the animal in a cage in front of his business. He will try to break the moose to drive and will use him to take cheechacos around town sightseeing this summer. * ? ? The business men of Seward have organized themselves into a Commer cial Club. The purpose of the organi zation being to boost the rich mining and agricultural country, which is trib utary to Seward. S. M. Graaf, was elected president, James R. Hayden, vice president, and J. J. Finnegan sec retary of the new organization. 0?0 o HUNTERS AND TRAPPERS:? Highest cash price paid for all kinds of raw furs at Will's store. 4-7-t.f. o?o?o The Lovera Monarch Is the popu lar bit size. ? ? * o?o?r FEMMER & RITTER See this firm for all kinds of dray ing and hauling. We guarantee sat isfaction and reasonable prices. Coa ? delivered promptly. Femmer & Rit . ter's Express. Stand Burford's Cor I ner. Phone 314. Residence phonei 402 or 403. t.f ? o?o?0 TO JUNEAU PATRONS: I wish to announce that I am pro pared to give prompt and efflcien' . service in delivering coal, haulinf , freight, baggage, etc. HILARY McKANNA TRANSFER Phone Order 5-7 or 5-6 ti ONLY REMAINING WORK NEAR WHITE RIVERi ?o-o? All that remains to be done to the j Alaska boundary survey, according to ? J. D. Craig, head of the Canadian end ^ of that work, is to mark about 80 j miles of the It 1st degree of longitude - in the White river and Chitina country, t That work will be finished this sum- i nier. Mr. Craig came North on the ] I'rincess May, and joined Thomas j Kiggs, Jr., at Skagway. They went < in together, and will work together. < Speaking of his work, Mr. Craig said: < "This season will probably witness < the completion of the survey of the < Alaska boundary line along the one < hundred and forty-first meridian from * Mount St. lOlias to the Arctic ocean. < separating Alaska from the Yukon ter- < ritorv. The work all the way from the J Yukon to the Arctic was finished last ; year. The last gap, now being cov ered by parties representing the Unit- ( ed States and Dominion governments, I is only 80 miles long. It extends through the White river and Chitina I river districts. o?o?o SILVER CREEK MINER'S BODY IS FOUND | SKAGWAY, June 17?The body of .Mr. Sandberg, the Silver creek stam peder, who was frozen to death last! winter, has been found. An Indian going over the trail a few days ago found the body some distance above the timber line at the mountain, where it had lain all winter. The Indian brought the corpse down to the tim ber, and cached it in a tree. It is very likely that the burial will take | place where the body now rests, as \ no instructions have been received j from any of Sandberg's Telatives re garding the disposal of the dead man when found. o?o?o YUKON INDIAN MUST STAND TRIAL AFTER ALL J FAIRBANKS June 2.?Commissioner Hudgin. of Rampart, last week issued a warrant against "Beaver Creek Will iam," the native who is charged with j the death of Victor Ekengren, the woodman and trader of the Beaver dis trict. The warrant was issued at the instruction of District Attorney J. J. Crossley, and charges the native with murder in the second degree. William will be given a hearing on June 1G, and the government will be represent ed by one of the assistant district at torneys. ? - ? J 41 41, of This will be tne seconu unit William has been in custody in con nection with the death of Ekengren. the first time having been discharged by Commissioner Hudgin, for lack of evidence. At this action of the commissioner a storm of protest arose from the min ers and trappers of the Rampart. Beav er and Hot Springs district, so that it was deemed advisable to make fur ther investigation of the matter. o?o?o MAGGIS FAMILY WERE FINANCIALLY RUINED ZURICH. June 20.?Papers found by the administrators of the estate of . Eugene Maggis and his wife disclose that they were financially ruined, and that is the reason they killed them selves. o?o?o | MAN REPEATS MISS - DAVISON'S PERFORMANCE } ASCOT, June 20. ? A male suffra ' gette was fatally hurt yesterday at the race for the Ascot cup. He flung himself in front of August Belmont's t" horse Tracery when it was running ; at full speed. o?o?o SCANDINAVIAN GROCERY?Opp. ? City dock; Just opened; fresh stock. CHURCH SALE. [? ?o-o? The Woman's Social Union, of the ? dethodlst church, will hold an apron . tnd "Goody Sale," at 2 p. in., Satur- [ lay, June 21st, In the McGrath hiuld- * ng. Cor Second and Seward sts. 7L j ? I f. Wolland | i ! Tailor j: : I: \ Phone 66 SECOND ST. ? ; X ? X i> 2 1 ? 4 Latest Novelties in Tobacco Jars and Pipe Racks at Burford's Juneau Construction Co. ARCHITECTS and BUILDERS Old Juneau Iron Works Bldg. FRANKLIN STREET Opp. Laundry ? 'Phone 3-8-8 y-K-H I I I I II MM I I I 1 I I 1 I If I! DR.H.VANCE ? I! The '? jl OSTEOPATH | " Orpheum Hotel Bldg., Room 10 " ? ? Consultation and Examina Free. Graduate American School of ?? .. Osteopathy, Klrksville, Mo. Seven years' active practice. 1| Office hours, 9 to 12 m. 1 to 5 ?* p. m., or by appointment. til i ; ii I'M l I I ill I I I ill I I 14 ?MINI I M'l 1 I I I I 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 ;; The Unique Millinery ;; Summer Goods Upstairs, Cor. Second and Main "! M l -l-1-1 ?! I I 1 I t I I I I I I I H-1M-H 11111111111111111IIII1111 : ; A n Transfer A. oenson & Express:: Stand at Wills' Grocery Store J ' | | , Phones 4"9 or 3-8-5 , , ? ? ORDERS PROMPTLY EXECUTED ? ? II I I I I I I I I I I I II I I II I I I I ?' ? C. F. CHEEK THE TAXIDERMIST THAT KNOWS Game Heads, Fish and Birds Mounted. SKINS AND FURS TANNED Rug Work a Specialty Prices Reasonable ??Ml I 1 1 1 1 H-HIHl M I"I 'l-H-H : The Arctic Pocket:: Billiard Parlors Best Brands of ; CIGARS AND TOBACCOS ;; Everything Up to Date I CI-AV and KINGMAN, I'roprs. ;; The managemenl ros? rv<-.s tlie .? ? right to reject the patronage of ?? ? any persons. ??ft 1 I M'M"1"M"I"H"1"I"M"I"M"M iT II I I I I I I I I M l I I M II I I I I I I : A.W.RHODES - : WALL PAPER :: | All Kiwiinterior Finish. Ilouw Puniinii ' , Phone 3-7-3 Second Street , . I I I I I I I I I I II I I I H H I I I I I First National Bank OF JUNEAU CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND UN DIVIDED PROFITS.. ..$85,000 Individal Deposits, S400.000 U. S. Gov. Deposits, $100,000 Complete facilities for the transaction of any hanking business. OFFICERS T. F. KENNEDY. Pros. JOHN RECK, Vice-Pros A. A. (5 A IMS. Cashier DIRECTORS F. W. BRADLEY E. P. KENNEDY GEO. F. MILLER T. F. KENNEDY JOHN KECK P. H. FOX A. A. GABBS M. J. O'CONNOR -?ll I I I I I I I I I I I I I * I I I I I I M? The Alaska Grill !! The Beit Appointed ;j !! Plate in Town ] | ; | Best of Everything Served 1! !! at Moderate Prices ;; 1'?ii 11111111111111 * M III li little. < 9BS0LUTELY Self-Con tained; ready to operate on arrival; Comi rentonable; efficient and % dumbh?; entity thi/tnej to remote poinlt; neeili no Mpeciolfounitalion. One patron write*: "We are nalng a 8.%-meah screen ami milling an average of 10 tona of ore |>er 24-hoar ilay with each mill. <*on a Ide r I n g horae|K>?rer consumed I.ITTI.E OIAXT STAMP MIM.S arc moat rapid cruab era ever aoen: prefer thenj to ftny other atamp milt on market." 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