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j; THE LATEST AMERICAN INVENTION,:
MAZDA LAMPS
: ! AND ALL OTHER KINDS OF 1 I
ELECTRIC LIGHTING GOODS
j't Can be obtained from the !
ALASKA ELECTRIC LIGHT & POWER CO.
! ! Third and Franklin Streets Juneau ? >
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FIRST NATIONAL BANK
of JUNEAU .
Capital. Surplus and Undivided Pro pits * $ 85,000
Individual Deposits $400,000
U. S. Govt. Deposits $100,000
Complete facilities for the transaction ot any kind
of Banking business
DIRECTORS
T. F. Kennedy, Pres. h! i\ Kennedy-. .
John Reck. Vice-Prea. geo.^mi?Sr
Harold H. Post, Cashier m. j. O'Connor
Under the same management
FIRST TERRITORIAL BASK OF ALASKA
Interest paid on Time Deposits
I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1
Ice tr 35c I
Creepers The Best Ever I
ii ALASKA SUPPLY COMPANY I
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ALASKA MEAT COMPANY John R*k. M?r.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Manufacturers of all Kinds of Sausages Our Hams and -Bacon Aret
Home-Smoked
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!! WE CARRY NOTHING BUT THE BEST BRANDS
OF CANNED GOODS STRICTLY FRESH EGGS AL- 4
;: WAYS ON HAND. ? f
JI J. M. GIOVANETTI
<; Calhoun Ave. Phone 3-8-5 ?
f Foreign and Oomestl SUITS $35 Correct Styles'ln All
Woolens in Stock p ? ? //% ? ? a a i ?v the Lotc Fabrics y
/ MERCHANT I. WULLAINU TAILOR
2 Suits, $35 and up. Cleaning and pressing promptly and neatly done J
$ SECOND STREET - ?? Phone 6-6 ? ? ? ? JUNEAU %
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When ordering BEER
insist on RAINIER PALE
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B. M. BEHRENDS, Banker
JUNEAU, ALASKA j
THE OLDEST BANK IN ALASKA
Established 1887
Interest Paid on Member
Savings Accounts American Bankers' A'ssn.
+ FRONT STREET
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PHONE 248 .
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Juneau ;;
Hardware;
Company:;
Ohio and Euclid! :?
RANGES
All Styles and Sizes of II
HEATERS |
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' 1 Watch for th? Bigger and Better ' '
?i HEIDELBERG ?
jj LIQUOR CO.,Inc.::
! ! "HOUSE OF GOOD DRINKS" ! i
| C Phone 386 Juneau, !!
| ) Quick Delivery Alaska j)
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:: The Arctic Pocket :i
Billiard Parlors
Best Brands of
" CIGARS, TOBACCO and ??
!! SMOKING ARTICLES ! v
:: HOUSEL and CLAY. Proprs. |'
The management reserves the ? ?
? ? right to reject the patronage of ? ??
?? any persons.
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DAWSON PAPER'S
OPINION OF WILSON
Uncle Joe Cannon, the ex-speaker of
the 'House of Representatives, whose
reign was distinguished by a rule
which smacked largely of the dictator
and was widely commented upon In
that spirit, has just declared that his
mile was mild compared with that of
President Wilson. If they want to
boo a dictator, he refers them to the
ipw President.
To outsiders. President Wilson has
rfppeared a man who obtains what ho
wishes^ rather by a persistence and a
steadily exerted pressure, than by any
open dictation. There Is a difference,
and a very great one, between the
man who Insists upon hlB own way
without using that diplomatic pres
sure which leave no stlug bohlnd it,
and the man whoso use of the oil of
l|to is constant Uncle Joe Cnnnob
was a specimen of the former. His
reign became more noted for dictator
ial manners the longer it lasted, and
when It ended, he did not leave be
hind him many who lamented his fall.
President Wilson may get his own
way and to a larger extend than Uncle
Joe ever did, but he does It by differ
ent methods. He has the courage of
his convictions and he goes ahead to
secure their acceptance. He persuades
rather than dictates, and this has often
the best results In the end.?Dawson
News. , . f
COAL WILL BE;)
OUT IN 40 DAYS
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SEWARD. Jnnfl 24? Al. Chamber
lain, who accompanied Dr. Schalcben
on a trip to the Cook inlet country in
the fight that the latter is waging
against the measles epidemic, says
that things are doing at Knik. He
says the air of prosperity pervades the
whole country.
"Jack Dalton is still on the job,"
said Chamberlain, "and is making rap
id progress in bringing out the coal
from the Matanuska for the govern
ment.. Swift, the disbursing agent,
still refuses to 'disburse,' but Dalton
iB going, along as though he did not
know he was there. Swift, however,
fa very docile' and does not bother
around-very much, for he did not get
much satisfaction from the govern
ment when he sent in his report con
corning his little tilt with Dalton, other
than being told that all the govern
ment cared for was that the coal be
brought out to tidewater as rapidly as
possible.
"Mr. Dalton is relaying the coal from
the mine; and has matters so arranged
that he says he will have all of the
coal on the beach within forty days."
FREIGHT RATES TO
CHISANA DROPPING
Judge J. J. Finnlgan, United States
commissioner at Chisana has been in
Seward on a business trip, and was
a passenger on the Admiral Sampson
to Valdez. He reports things as good
in the diggings and says that the
freight rates from McCarthy's have
dropped to 15 cents per pound and
looks for it to reach as low as 5 cents
per pound before snow melts. He an
ticipates a great rush into the coun
try during the coming spring.
J. W. MARTIN IN CHARGE.
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J. W. Martin, of Haines, who recent
ly purchased the Rogers store> has
taken charge himself, and will move
his family to Douglas as soon as he
j:an find a house.?Douglas News.
GLEANINGS OF GREAT
NORTHERN EMPIRE
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Nome advices say that Scotty Allen,
the famous dog racer, has 80 dogs in
training for the great all-Alaska sweep
stakes that will take place in April.
He expects to select a winning team
from tho bunch. Other teams are be
ing trained for the race.
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Nome has erected a cable across
Snake. river for the use of pedestrians.
The bridge there was carried away
last October by the storm that devas
tated much of the town.
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It is estimated that Nome will be
$2,000 in debt by Juneau 1st. The coun
cil Is being urged to abolish the police
force in the Interest of economy.
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James Llnnberg, who was drowned
in the White river last .August, was
buried in Dawson Jan. 16tb.
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Four winter dumps are being taken
out on the flats at Granville, in the
Klondike.
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Outfits are leaving Dawson every
few days for the Chisana and White
river-districts.
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Alodge-of the Doyal Order of Moose
is being organized at Ruby. J. Fred
eric Johnson is the organizer.
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Miss Beryl Bill, who was killed by
an automobile recently in Seattle, was
an Alaskan girl. She was the daugh
ter of F. O. Bill, of Kenal, near Sew
ard.
WANTED?Girl to do second work.
Mrs. J.-F. Malony,. Phone 363. l-30-2t
WANTED?Work, by exporionced
atenographer and bookkeeper; any
thing- clerical. Apply Empire office.
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! CLASSIFIED 'ADV.
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WANTED?First class baker. Ap
ply Lubor Department, Alaska-Gastin
eau Co. 11-4-tf
WANTED?200 watches to repair,
by competent watch-maker. All work
guaranteed. I. J. Sharlck, Jowler and
Optician.
FOR RENT?Furnished room with
bath, reasonable, phone 2203 1-26-tf
when in doubt call at the Pioneer
Cafe for a Good Meal. 12-20-tf.
VALDEZ HAND LAUNDRY?Flan
nels and silks a specialty. Goldstein
Cabin No. 2. Mrs. H. Sharts. i 1-19-tf
FRESH SEALSH1PT oysters at
PORCUPINE BOILERS, Just the
thing for prospecting. Moran Bilge
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, Garsfde Building. Open
evenings, Alice M. Jordlson. 1-26-6L
HINTS TO THE WISE?U-No Lini
ment for all rheumatic and other pains.
J. W. Doran's Drug Store. 1-15-tf
Mr. J. Sumpf Is organizing a violin
class. All those wishing instructions
leave call at Doran's drug store; also
mandolin and guitar. 1-26-tf.
Desk calendar paas ror ivit. ui w?|;
son's stationery store. 12-13rtf
Well ventilated rooms and board at
tho St. George House, formerly the
Simpson hospital. 10-3-tf *
ROYAL FRUIT CO., SEWARD ST.
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Wholesale and retail fruit dealers.
Free delivery. Phone 280. I-22-tf.
In the Commissioner's (ExofflcTo Pro
bate) Court for the District of
Alaska, Division No. 1, Ju
neau Precinct.
In the Matter of thfo Estate of John S.
Seatter, Deceased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the final account of the Administrator
of the estate of John S. Seatter, de
ceased, has been rendered to the above
entitled court for settlement, and that
Saturday tho 14th day of March, 1914.
at ten o'clock a. m., has been duly ap
pointed by said court for the settle
ment thereof, at Lwhloh .time, any,-,pejy
son interested in stid estate may .ap
pear and file his exception, if an^phe
has to the same.
Witness m^ hand-and official seal
this 10th day of January, 1914.
(Seal) JOHN B. MARSHALL.
U. S. Commissioner and ?x->
officio Probate Judge.,
First publication, January 12, 1914.
Last Publication, March 13, 1914V
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: No
tice is hereby given that on January
17, 1914, the firm of Slmpkins & Frci
man was dissolved by mutual agree
ment, George M. Slmpkins retiring
from the said firm; and that all bills,
notes and accounts due and payable,
or which may hereafter become due
and payable, by spld firm will be pfld
by Leon Freiman; and that all bills
| and accounts due and owing to said
! flrhi shall be paid to Bald Leon Frel
j man.
Dated at Juneau. Alaska, January
19. 1914.
LEON FRETMAN,
GEO. M. SIMPKINS.
I Tho Emplro $1.00 a month delivered
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Shoes
Shoes
Shoes
fSTAR BRAND I
SHOES
ARE BETTER"/
\rz :?W1/.
A rare
oppor
tunity
in Men's,Womens and Children's Shoes
A CLEARANCE OF MENS SHOES WORTH $6.00 and $7^)0 IN ALL SHAPES AND ALL LEATHERS IN BOTH
LACE AND BUTTON STYLES. THEY ARE SHORT LINES OF OUR REGULAR STOCK?AII SIZES IN THE I OT_
NOT EVERY SIZE IN EACH STYLE.
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Men's $6.00 and $7.00 &/J .
shoes . . . $ j per poir
BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES
very good shoes for school wear; Good calf
stock. Boys 12Bto5!? at $1.50 JOT pair r
Children's 10L2 to 2, at $1.25 pef paif'
Men's $4.50 and r A
$5 oo shoes .. k.dU per pair
LADIES' SHOES AND OXFORDS
Different styles, odd sizes, from $3.50 to
$5;00 per pair. Get your rn
choke at . . . $1.50 per pair
COME EARLY TO AVOID THE RUSH
||B. M. BEHRENDS COMPANY||
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;; JOHN T. SPICKETT, Propr. "
^ JUNEAU, ALASKA ??
THURS. and FRI.
;; .Never too Late to Mend? ;;
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? ? Volunteer Strikebreakers? ??
?; What George Did?
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t'M I"! H ?l-I-I-I-I-l-I-I-r-I-l.-I-l-l-I..! I-l f
The Place to Meet
the Old Alaskans
' is at I!
:: LOCKIE McKINNONS ::
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. Every Thing First Class I
$11 111 MM! Ill 111 III I II M-'
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ii Golden Belt Addition j
Choice Residence Lot* for Sole
.? ? . See E. L. COBB, AkL ? Phono 3-A-9 ? ?
iNew Goods & Samples?
jHave Arrived i
> ?, SUITS?$32.50?AND UP |
H. HEIDOKN & CO.
!' Seward Street, Near Third ?
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1 i 1 1 i I I i I 1 1 1 I I I H"H H-H-H-l
x The Louvre. Bar ::
\ | r. A1 Carlson. Prop. ..
)) Imported and Domestic
!: LIQUORS AND CIGARS ^ ?
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\ I RAINIER BEER ON DRAUGHT
] | iPhonSS-3-5 Juneau ? ?'
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Launch "Cordelia 0"
FOR CHARTER
Fast and Comfortable
See Davis Brothers, Phone 4-5
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Try a
Mecca
"Smooth as Silk"
At THE MECCA
Front St. near Seward
CONWAY & SECREST
I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I II HI I I I I I m j
Book plank i
INDINGDOQKS;:
Paper Ruling
:: Stationery ::|
I L. FREIMAN CO~ j J
i;; Successor to ? | r;j
?} SIMPKINS" & FRIEMAN J
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I Juneau Transfer Co. i
It PHONE 48 ?
| COAL WOOD
; * STORAGE |
[ Moving Carefully Done |
t Baggage Our Long Suit X
; FRONT STREET Z
, Next door to Raymond Co. ?
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R. P. NELSON
Alaska's Pioneer
STATIONERY STORE
Headquarters for all kinds of
STATIONERY
OFFICE SUPPLIES
FOUNTAIN PENS
All Kinds BLANK BOOKS
DRAFTING PAPERS, EAC.
COR SECOND & SEWARD ST. I
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! UNION IRON WORKS Machine gh?P and Foundry
Gas Engines and Mill Castings'
Agents Union Gas Engine and Regal Gas Engine
I Juneau Liquor Company, Inc. \
| THE LARGEST STOCK-THE BEST BRANDS OF |
1 Imported and Domestic Liquors and Wines for family use ?
X PHONE 9-4?MAIL ORDERS A SPECIALTY-FREE DELIVERY X
Rates Reasonable 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
and for many years after! That's
tho 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. Ps Benson.)
I Hot Cakes and Syrup^Csecm ab?ut |
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is We have several pronaroit Riirl/u/hoat We also have pure is
!! good'brands of rrtpaicQ DUlKWutal mapie Syrup and j!
!>? a new lot of Honey' 2111H PanraLp Flniirc ntany good brands
:: in the comb and glasses dllU I dllldKK I IUU15 of SUgar SyrUpS. !!
t Agents for PILLSBURY'S BEST LOUR |
1 EJ. RAYMOND ggjjjjg1

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