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:: THE LATEST AMERICAN INVENTION !
MAZDA LAMPS
; i and all other kinds of 1'
ELECTRIC LIGHTING GOODS
' ) Can be obtained from the ] !
ALASKA ELECTRIC LIGHT & POWER CO.h ;;
! ! Third and FVanklin Streets Juneau ? >
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FIRST NATIONAL BANK
of JUNEAU
Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits . $ 85,000
Individual Deposits ..... $400,000
U. S. Govt. Deposits $100,000
Complete facilities for the transaction ot any kind
of Banking business
DIR ECTO RS
T. F. Kennedy, Pres. kk k^nkS^ ' ?
John Reck, Vice-Pres. go* k^llrr.
Harold H. Post, Cashier m. j. O'Connor
Under the same management
FIRST TERRITORIAL BANK OF ALASKA
Intcnwt paid on Time Deponits
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Creepers The Best Ever I
!! ALASKA SUPPLY COMPANY !!
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ALASKA MEAT flOMPANV John Reck? Mgr,
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Manufacturers of all Kind* of Sausage* Our Hams and Bacon Are
Home-Smoked
!! WE CARRT NOTHING BUT THE BEST BRANDS %
-!! OF CANNED GOODS STRICTLY FRESH EGGS AL- ii
I WAYS ON HAND. ?
J. M. GIOVANETT1 1
(' Calhoun Ave. Phone 3-8-5 ?
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? Foreign and Oomestl SUITS $3 5 Correct Styles in All ^
J Woolens In Stock |&//\| I AAITN the Late Fabrics $
\ MERCHANT I. WULLAINU TAILOR
$ Suits. $35 and up. Cleaning and pressing promptly and neatly done
? j^SECOND STRSET
When ordering BEER
insist on RAINIER PALE [
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B. M. BEHRENDS, Banker!
JUNEAU, ALASKA
THE OLDEST BANK IN ALASKA
Established 1887
Interest Paid on Me:mber
Savings Accounts American Bunkers' A's.3n.
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+ FRONT STREET
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PHONE 248
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Juneau
Hardware i;
Compamyf
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Ohio and Euclid
RANGES |
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All Styles and Sizes of
HEATERS 1
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' 1 Watch for the 8igger and Better J
i| HEIDELBERG i
\ LIQUOR CO., Inc. i
- "HOUSE OF GOOD DRIN KST
, , Phone 3S6 J tine?us?. , ,
; ; Quick Delivery f Ahwka ;
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:: The Arctic Pocket::
Billiard Parlors
i: Best Brands of ::
? ? CIGARS, TOBACCO and
:: smoking articles ::
;: HOUSEL and CLAY. Proprm. I!
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The management reserves tbs >- ?
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GLEANINGS OF GREAT
NORTHERN EMPIRE
The foport of tho receiver of the
Fairbanks Banking company, CapL
Barnette's bank, showed a balance, on
hand of $51,084.33. Much of this sum,
however, is held to pay divldondB al
ready allowed by tho court to persons
where the money has been garnished
or where there Is dispute as to whom
it should be paid.
. * * *
M. E. Lane, tho Myors Chuck, Ket
chikan district, salmon salter, has
sold his Baltery at Myors Chuck, and
will build a salting station at Ken
d rick Arm.
* * *
Nome has an Indoor basoball league,
and the contest for the pennant is be
coming one of absorbing interest in
the Seward peninsula metropolis.
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There are 115 pupils enrolled in the
Nome public school.
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Late reports received at Fairbanks
indicate that the Tanaua Crossing
country will develop into a good pla
cer camp. It is said that the results
obtained by those doing assessment
work last fall were very favorable.
There are 25 new cablnB in tho dis
trict, and a good deal of work Is
planned for next year.
* * *
J. L. Timmlns, who passed through
Juneau last week on his way to the
States, goes to secure funds and ex
perts to establish a largo hydro-elec
tric plant for the Tanan valley, accord
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Jng to Fairbanks papers. It' is pro
posed to establish tho power plant
in the Totatlanika.
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J. F. Halloran and Homer Leonaro,
of Fairbanks, were apprehended at ;
Shushanna Junction and taken back
to Fairbanks early this month to an
swer a charge of stealing a dog. Tho
complaint was sworn to by Joe Enos,
of Fairbanks.
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Coming to Fairbanks from tho To- (
jtitlanika for the first tlmo in moro than (
a year John J. Murphy, of Murphy .
Brothers and Cook, operators in that
country, caused a warrant to issuo for I
the arrest of J. P. Sherman for the al- |
leged crime of shooting at Murphy. At i
the time of the shooting It was said
that Sherman mistook Murphy for a
caribou. Murphy had 'different ideas '
about tho incident, and, evidently, has
not forgotten them. ,
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A petition has been circulated at
Tanana Crossing asking for the es- iH
establishment of a postofflce at that 1
place.
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Prospectors 4n the Gircholl creek
country believe they have struck a
coming mining district according to <
J. W. McCord, of Fairbanks, who re
cently visited the creek. Glrchell
creek is a tributary of Johnson river.
* * . *
The indigent fund for the Third Ju
dical Division has been exhausted and
the court is powerless to aid helpless
natives in that section of Alaska.
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A destitue prospector who was so
badly frozen that he had lost conscious
ness was found in a cabin two miles
distant from Chitina recently. He was
sent to Cordova to the hospital there.
* * ?
The Valdez Prospector says reports
received at Valdez are that the road
from that place to Fairbanks is all
open and in fine condition for travel.
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It is proposed to seed the Valdez
dyke to grass. It is thought that a
sward will assist in preventing the
embankment from washing away.
* * *
Ketchikan bait dealers report hav
I Ing difficulty in securing bait to sell
| to the fishermen.
* * *
For the first time in its history tho
Holy Cross hospital at Nome was
without patients for a time this win
ter.
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The application for the consolida
tion of the town of Valdez and tho
Reservation, the largest Buburb of tho
town, will be heard by Judge Fred M.
Brown at Valdez February 18th.
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ORPHEUM ATTRACTION.
"Never too Late to Mend."
The Orpheum theatre tonight will
offer as a special feature the splendid
picture play, "Never too Late to
Mend," as adapted from the produc
tion of Charles Reade, and presented
by the Edison company, In two picture
parts. This Is one of the highest
types of dramatic photo plays and fea
tures In Its cast Mary Fuller, Chas.
Bechtel and other high class starB of
, the picture world. All who wish to
enjoy a good picture drama should
. come and see this
"The Volunteer Strikebreakers," a
splendid Vitagraph comedy, will pre
sent in its cast Leo Delaney, Lillian
Walker, Clara Kimball Young, and Jus.
k1orrisonf all stars, in. clever comedy.
T his Is good.
"What George Did," a laughable
farce comedy by the Essany company,
will fill the program for a fine enter
tain. ment.
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WANTED?Work, by experienced
j stemncvapher and bookkeeper; any
i tiling clerical. Apply Empire office.
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ahoes
Sfooes
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in Men's,
star brand
ar!hbetter"
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?PP?r"
tunity
Women's and Children's Shoes I
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A (CLEARANCE OF MENS SHOES WORTH $6.00 and $7^00 IN ALL SHAPES A'ND ALL LEATHERS IN BOTH I
LACE AND BUTTON STYLES. THEY ARE SHORT LINE? OF OUR REGULAR STOCK?ALL SIZES IN THE LOT? I'
Men's $6.00 and $7.00 (fv>
shoes fs per pair
BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES
very good shoes for school wear. Good calf
stock. Boys i2k2 t?5H, at $1.50 per pair
Children's lOli tq; 2, at $1.25 per pair
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Men's $4.50 and (fl rA
$5.00 shoes .. J&otlkper pair
LADIES' SHOES AND OXFORDS
Different styles, odd sizes, from $3.50 to
$5.00 per paitC Geit y'6Ur ca nor na:r
choice at . . . -M-jU per pair
C? EARLY TO AVOID THE RUSH
M. BEHRENDS COMPANY I
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| CLASSIFIED ADV. | r"
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WANTED?First class baker. Ap- "
ply Labor Department, Alaslca-Gaetln- )
jau Co. 11-4-tf
WANTED?200 watchos to repair, j
iy competent watch-maker. All work
guaranteed. 1. J. Sharlck, Jowler and
Optician. ;
r'OR RENT?Furnished room with ?
Oath, reasonable, phone 2203 1-26-tf
when in doubt call at the Pioneer j
Cafe for a Good Meal. 12-20-tf. ?
VALDEZ HAND LAUNDRY?Flan- !
ncls and silks a specialty. Goldstein '
Cabin No. 2. Mrs. H. Sharta, 1-19-tf '
FRESH SEALSHIPT oysters at ?
inli'ctrir'--. 10-9-tf. |
PORCUPINE BOILERS. JUBt the
thing for prospecting. Moran Bilge i
Pumps for launches. GASTINEAU ;
HARDWARE. 1-23-tf. <
Eat at the Pioneer, and die happy. !
Even the cook eats at the Pioneer.
Opp. City Dock 12-20-tf.
Mandolin, guitar and banjo lessons, ?
studio 6 and 6, Garside Building. Open |
evenings, Alice M. Jprdlson. 1-2C-6L '
HINTS TO THE WISE?U-No Lini
ment for all rheumatic and other pains.
J. W. Doran's Drug Store. 1-16-tf
Mr. J. Sumpf Is organizing a violin !
class. All those wishing instructions j
leave call at Doran'B drug store; also
mandolin and guitar. 1-26-tf. <
Desk calendar pads for 1914. at Nel- 'j
son's stationery store. 12-lS-tf j
Well ventilated rq<j>ms and board st j
tho St. George House, formerly the :
Simpson hospital. 10-3-tf :
ROYAL FRUIT CO., 8EWARD ST.
Wholesale and retail fruit dealers.
Free delivery. Phono 280. 1-22-tf.
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in xne uommiBsiun-i 0 .
bate) Court for the District of
Alaska, Division No. 1, Ju
neau Precinct.
In the Matter of thfo Estate of John S.
Scatter, Deceased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the final account of the Administrator
of the estate of John S. Scatter, de
ceased. has been rendered to the above
entitled court for settlement, and that
Saturday the 14th day of March, 1914,
at ten o'clock a. m., has been duly ap^
pointed by said cpurt for the settle
ment thereof, at >hlch time any tier
son interested In said estate mar np-1
pear and fllo his exception, If any he
has to the same.
Witness my hand and official seal
this 10th day of January1. 19l4. **"? > i
(Seal) JOHN B. MARSHALL,
U. S. Commissioner and Ex
offlcio Probate Judge.
First publication, January 12, 1914.
Last Publication, March 13, 1914.
DISSOLUTION PF PARTNERSHIP.
orni IPtI
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERNi'No
tlcc Is hereby given that on January
17, 1914, the firm of Simpklns & Frel
man was dissolved J>y mutual agree
ment, George M. Simpklns retiring
from the said firm; and that all, bills,
notes and acco.unts due and payablo,
or which may hereafter become due
and payable,, by said firm will be paid
by Leon Frclman; and that all bills;
and uccounts due and owing to said
firm shall be paid to said Lcon.Frel
man.
Dated at Juneau, Alaska, January
19. 1914.
LEON FREIMAN.
GEO. M. SIMPKINS. -
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I The Empire $1.00 a month delivered:''
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ORPHEUM !
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JOHN. T. 8PICKETT, Propr.
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THURS. and PRI.
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(Two Reels) ;
; Volunteer Strikebreakers^? ?;
; What George Did?
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The Place to Meet
the Old Alaskans
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is at
: LOCKIE McKINNONS ::
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Every Thing First Class
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;? Golden Belt Addition I!
Choke Residence Lota (or Sal* ]'
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'?ill a.-./.;, IIJv luMOniU A il.i
i New Goods & Samples?
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j; Have Arrived \
i SUITS?$32.50?AND UP \
j: #:'hei6orn & co. :[
j! Seward Street, Near Third <
1 I M I H-I -I-M-M H-M I I 1M14-H
The Louvre Bar ::
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Al Csrlson. Prop.
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* [ Imported and Domestic
UQU0R8 AND CIGARS
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; j Phone 8-W Juneao ? .
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Launch "Cordelia D"
FOR CHARTER
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Fact and Comfortable
See Davis Brothers, 'Phone 4-5
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Try aFM trl
Mecca Fizz
"Smooth as Silk"
-rm?h hi'.: nri-'Ui'
At THE MECCA
Front St. near Seward
CONWAY & SECREST
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DOCK HLANK j
| PlNDING POOKS;;
Paper Ruling r ???
;; Stationery'- i?
:;L. EREIMAN CO. jj
-Successor to " j
?? SIMPKINS & FRIEMAN +!
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: Juneau Transfer Co.:
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\\< COAL WOOD ?
)?' STORAGE |
;Moving Carefully Done Z
| \ Baggage Our Long Suit Z
FRONT STREET Z
, Next door to Raymond Co. ^
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R- P. NELSON
Alaska's Pioneer
STATIONERY 8TORE
Headquarters for all kinds of
STATIONERY
OFFICE SUPPLIE8
FOUNTAIN PENS.
All Kinds BLANK BOOKS
DRAFTING PAPERS, EAC. j
COR SECOND <S. SEWARD ST. I
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UNION IRON WORKS Machine Shop'and foundry
?>. Pf* ' .f/J'Dtlnd ? . ?. { t ,,k
Gas Engines and Mill Castings
Agents Union Gas "Engine "and Regal Gas Engine
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Juneau Liquor Company, Inc.
| THE LARGEST SEOCK-THE BEST BRANDS OF <|
(Imported and Domestic Liquors and Wines for family use
PHONE 9-4?MAIL ORDERS A SPECIALTY-FREE DELIVERY IJ
i Rates Reasonable , H- . ; , Third and Harris Street. Juneau
TheBERGMANN
NEWLY BUILT AND NEWLY FURNISHED. MODERN IN ALL RE
SPECTS. STEAM HEATED. ELECTRIC LIGHTED, HOT AND COLD
WATER IN EVERY ROOM; BATH ON EVERY FLOOR, INCLUDING
A SHOWER BATH. SANITARY CONDITIONS PERFECT.- ?? - .
FURNITURE FOR NEW YEAR
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and for many years after! That's
the kind we sell exclusively. Look
around your home and see If there
isn't something lacking' or some
pieces that need replacing. Then
come here and see It In the newest
style and of a quality and price
that must appeal to your judgment.
Juneau Furniture Co.
(Formerly J. P. Benson.)
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I Hot Cakes flfld Synip.K6" ab?ut J
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0 We have several pronaroA Rurf/u/lioat We also have pure j:
;; goQjj brands of ? rCpdlCG DuCKWnCal maple syrup and j!
a new lot of Honey ^hH P^nfr)l(P Flnjirc iiiUriy good brands ;;
?o in the comb and glasses alia rflllCdKC IIOUlS of sugar syrups. ::
1 Agents for PILLSBURY'S BEST LOUR |
0. }. RAYMOND ?2?.P?E I
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