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^ Imported and Domestic Liquors and W ines lor family use I
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VOW SALE AT ALL FIRST-CLASS BARS AND CAFES
UNION IRON WORKS > achine Shop and Foundry J
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;; Furniture, Mattresses, Stoves, Ranges;:
Cooking 1"tonsils or Crockery
;; and vou want full value for your money go to ;;
;:JOHN I\ BENSON, the Furniture Dealer;
tor. Third and Seward Streets, Juneau
^ l'on< upon ton* of new and up-to-date tenuis arrive at our store every >veek??
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Stationery Store
Dealer in all kinds of station
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PRAISE EOR FRANK
RICH COMPANY
The following from the Prince Ru
pert Empire concerns the production
and reception at Prince Rupert of one
or the plays that will be given this
week at the Orphcum by the Frank
Rich Company:
" 'The Belle of Arcadia.' presented
by the Frank Rich Company at the
Westholme Opera House yesterday
evening, proved a merrymaker of good
order. Edith Wilinu played the lead
ing part well, as llwendolyn Gil tax.
the Belle of Arcadia, a lady with an
eye for the main chance and a heart
that throbbed for her lovers' pocket
hooks. Herb Bell and Ira Robertson,
as a doctor and a quack respectively,
succeeded in sending the audietic^ in
to tits of laughter. The chorus of
Sunshine Girls figured well in some
of their numbers, notably in the quite
pretty songs. Take Ale Back to Baby
land.' and with James Wright lead
ing "At the Devil's Ball.' Another
song that took was Aubrey Carr's num
ber. 'When .Mother Plays a Rag on the
Sewing .Machine."'
MOKE PRAISE FOR
Jl:l)GE F. M. BROWN
Tlie appointment of the Hon. F. M.
Hrown of Yaldez as federal judge for
tin- Third division of Alaska will proveI
generally satisfactory to the people of
this district. Judge Brown is a pio
neer resident of Alaska, having madei
his home, for the must part, in the di-j
vision of which he now has been ap
pointed chief judicial officer. As a
member ol the bar lie has no superior
and few equals in the confines of!
Alaska Seward Goteway.
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WHKN YOU want to eat well, go
to the Commercial Cafe Dining Kooui.
Lunch Counter, Private Boxes. The
choicest viands at lowest prices. For
reservations for private parties, phone
->! 3-6-Lf.
DR. J. H. ROMKi'S
A 1*1*01 NTMENT PLEASING
rhe appointment of Dr. J. H. Itomig
as a member of tlie board of medical
examiners is very gratifying to his
fellow townsmen. -Seward Gateway.
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HUNTERS AND TRAPPERS: ?
Highest cash price paid for all kinds
of raw furs at Will's store. 4-7-t.f.
ONE OP THE FRANK RICH AND C0MPANY'S BEAUTY CH0RUS
great. greater and
greatest of all
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Greatest Northest belongs most ap
propriately to the Territory of Alas-,
ka. Cireater Northest Is a term used I
for tile first time to designate the sec
tion of the United States covered by
Montana. Idaho. Oregon and Washing
ton. Great Northwest is the expres
sion used by a number of middle west
publications to include Illinois, Iowa,
North and South Dakota, the section
which is sometimes spoken of as the
upper Mississippi valley.
The urea covered b/ Alaska is 58t>,
4?>n square miles: that of the Greater
Northwest 396.090 square miles, and
that of the Great Northwest 344.485
square miles. The Greatest Northwest
is once and one-half again larger than
either of the other sections.
Seeing that the Mississippi-valley peo
ple have appropriated the ter "North
west" unto themselves and for many
of their organizations, it would be fu
tile to attempt to relieve them of it.
The use of Greate.it Northwest will
serve to put one over on them?and
no one will object, seeing that Alas
ka turned in some $17,000,000 of gold
and more than $18,000,000 of sea foods
and furs last year to the channels of
commerce in this section, to accred
it her with the superlative.?Cordova
Alaskan.
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to juneau patrons:
I wish to announce mat I am pro
pared to give prompt and efficient
service In delivering coal, hauliug
freight, baggage, etc.
HILARY McKANNA TRANSFER
PhOM Order 6-7 or 5-5 tf.
A LETTER FOR YOU?
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List of letters remaining unclaiMeu
in 'he postoflice at Juneau, Alaska, on
June 21, 1913. Parties wishing same
when calling should say "advertised."
.Mrs. Ernest Ashby, Miss Annie
Brown, Martin Boorlek, Mrs. Peter
Bales. Julia France (card), Robert For
riv(card). Edd Graham, Miss Ellen
Harris. M. Johnson. Mrs. E. Kennedy,
Miss Dolly Knutson. E. Olson, C. O.
Olson, Fug void Martin, P. Melseth,
Jim Millone*. 11. R. Miller (card). Jack
McChagin, Johannes Peterson, Henry
Sachs, Mrs. Alice Wegie.
E. L. HUNTER, P.M.
In the United States Commissioner's
Court, Precinct of Juneau, Before
G. C. Winn, U. S. Commission
er and Ex-Officio Probate
Judge in Probate:
In the matU'r of the Estate of Hans
Hansen, deceased.
Notice to Creditors.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
on June 14, 191."5. the undersigned was,
by orded duly made and entered in
the above entitled court, duly appoint
ed administrator of the estate of Hans
Hansen, deceased, and that all per
sons having claims against said es
tate are hereby required to present
the same, with the proper vouchers,
to tlie undersigned at the ofllce of Z.
R. Cheney, Esquire, Juneau. Alaska,
within six (6> months from date of
this notice.
Dated at Juneau. Alaska. June 24.
1913.
GEORGE C. BURPORD,
Adminif tiator of the Estate of
Ha'us Hansen, deceased.
June 25, July 2, 9, and lfi.
In the United States Commissioner's
Court, Precinct of Juneau, Before
G. C. Winn, U. S. Commission
er and Ex-Officio Probate
Judge in Probate:
In the matter of the Estate of C. .Tnc
obsen, deceased.
Notice to Creditors.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
on June 14, 1913, the undersigned was.
by orded duly made and entered in
the above entitled court, duly appoint
ed administrator of the estate of C.
Jacobsen, deceased, and that all per
sons having claims against said es
tate are hereby required to - present
- the same, with the proper vouchers,
' to the undersigned at the ofllce of Z.
R. Cheney, Esquire, Juneau, Alaska,
within six (6) months from date of
this notice.
Dated at Juneau, Alaska, June 24,
1913.
GPORGE 0. BURPORD.
Administrator of the Estate of
C. Jacabsen, deceased.
June 2f?, July 2, 9, and 16.
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j Usual Fourth of July Offering f
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 arid Young Men.
Benjamin Suits arrange from ....
$25.00? $37.50
This includes the famous Hanan Shoes i!
or Stetson Hat ? ?
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Our sack suits are shown in medium and light "
weight fabrics in black and white, check, stripes ' ??
and mixtures, Scotch tweeds in gray, tans and
browns and various other novelty weaves. ... 'j
We are exclusive agents for the celebrated Benjamin
Clothing. Other makes from
$10.00 to $20.00
B. M. BEHRENDS CO. JUNEAU'S BIGGEST, BEST ANI) BUSIEST STORE J
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RECORD 01 MOVEMENT
OF FAIRBANKS ICE
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The following is the dates on which
the ice moved out of the river in
i front of Fairbanks for the las! eleven i
years:
1903?May 7.
1904 -May 3, 10:30 a. in.
1905?May 6, 12:30 a. in.
1906?April 30, 4:00 p. in.
1907 -April 30, 2:15 p. in.
1903 May 3, 7:57 p. in.
1908?May 3, 7:57 p. in.
1909?May 9, ll:3t) a. 111.
1910?May 9. 4:30 p. in.
1911?May 6. 10:29 p. in.
1912?April 29, 10:55 a. in.
1913?May 9. 11:30 a. in.
The following figures show the
dates on which the Yukon river open
ed and closed at Tanana:
Year. Opened. Closed.
1900 May 8 Oct. 30
; 1901 May 12 Nov. 3
1902 May 13 Nov. 7
1903 May 22 Oct. 21
1904 May 7 Nov. 4
1905 May 12 Oct. 26
1906 May S Nov. 9
1907 May 9 Oct. 27
1908 May 16 Oct. 27
.1909 May 15 Nov. 3
191 0 May 19 Nov. 1
1911 May 16 Nov. 9
191 2 May 9 Oct. 30
REMAINS OF JAMES
TRAY ERS I)ISCO\'EREI)j
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VA1.DKZ, June 20.?The Valdez
Prospector says:
j "Dr. T. A. Maxby. who came to Val
dez on the last boat from l.aTouche,
reports the finding by the searching
party headed by himself of the bones
ot' James Travers, wlio left more than
two months ago from tlie ".Madhouse"
to go to .Montague island, but was
never seen afterward.
"After the missing man had not j
been heard of nor seen for six weeks
a searching party went to look for him,
as he had left with only ten days' pro
visions. They found his boat on the
rocks at Dangerous Point on the east
side of l.aTouche island, where the
beaclt is exposed to the heavy swells
of the ocean. After a diligent search
they found a sack of food and later
found bones of the unfortunate man
scattered along the beach for 200 feet.
Many bones wore not removed, as the
sea weed is more than a foot thick
and the men were unable to find them.
The skull was found but the entire
front part of "it had been broken away
and was gone.
"When Travers left the "Madhouse"!
he had $000 on his person, but not a
cent was found in his clothing which
the searchers found on the beach.
"It is supposed that when he reached
the outside of the island on his way |
to Montague he anchored the boat and j
went to sleep, as he had made a bed j
in a small dory he had borrowed from !
John Wilds. During the night the
wind may have freshened and have'
blown him on the shore, which at
high tide is a fine gravel beach and
at low tide is covered with big jag
ged rocks, upon which the boat must
have been wrecked and lie drowned,
washed ashore and pounded to pieces,
or else devoured by the ravens and
gulls. The bones were picked clean,
according to Dr. Huxby.
"No inquest had been held as no
reason exists for believing foul play
.had anything to do with his death."
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F'?r home-made pastry and best !
coffee go to "U and I" Lunch Room, tf
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TO THE JUNEAU LADIES
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The Little Store at the corner of ,
2nd and Main, is ready for business.
Will l?e pleased to have the ladies
call. MRS. J. L. GAGE. 20-tf
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We will move and raise ? ? j ?
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] | work and guarantee satisfaction. \ \ \
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Graduate American School of "j
.. Osteopathy, Kirksville, Mo.
Seven years' active practice.
Office hours, 9 to 12 m. 1 to 5 jji
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THAT KNOWS
G&me Heads, Fish and Birds
Mounted.
SKINS AND FURS TANNED
Rug Work a Specialty
Prices Reasonable
Latest Novelties in
Tobacco Jars and
Pipe Racks
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Billiard Parlors
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Everything Up-to-Date
;; CLAY and KINGMAN, Proprs.
The management reserves the ??
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First National
Bank
OF JUNEAU
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND UN
DIVIDED PROFITS.. ..$85,000
Individal Depositc, (400,000
U. S. Gov. Deposits, $100,000
Complete facilities for the
transaction of any hanlilug
business.
OFFICERS
T. F. KENNEDY, Pres.
JOHN KECK, Vlce-Pres.
A. A. GABBS. Cashier
DIRECTOR8
F. \V. BRADLEY
E. P. KENNEDY
GEO. F. MILLER
T. F. KENNEDY
JOHN RECK
P. H. FOX
A. A. GABBS
M. J. O'CONNOR
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