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uood Health'^EM0CT0^?xrTHELEASr" JUNEAU DRUG COMPANY Phone 250 NIGHT SERVICE Opp. Alaskan Hotel I I I I I I I I 11 I I I I I I I I I I I I 11 111111 ? I THE LATEST AMERICAN INVENTION ? MAZDA LAMPS : ! AND ALL OTHER KINDS OF ELECTRIC LIGHTING GOODS , , | \ Can be obtained from the ALASKA ELECTRIC LIGHT & POWER CO. ! \ Third and Franklin Streets Juneau < II Ill I I I I I I I I I II I I i 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 of any kind of Banking business M D I RECTORS T. F. Kennedy, Pres. Kennedy John Reck, Vice-Pres. ?eo. rmiller Harold H. Post, Cashier m.j. O'Connor Under the aanw management FIRST TERRITORIAL BASK OF ALASKA Interne paid on Tim* Depoeita Ill I I I I I 1 I I I I I 1 I I I II I I M I II I I I Illl ; Dull Knives make Sharp Tempers? Avoid Both. Use one of those Dimo-Grit Grinders--"" i :: AT $2.25 EACH, Sold by the 1 !! ALASKA SUPPLY COMPANY i I I I I I I I I III I II H I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I 1I I f' ? STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES j ? FRFSH FRUITS, VEGETABLES, BUTTER, EGGS ] ? 1 IVLoJ* 1 and Cheese We cater to fine family trade. Try us, | addvpHONE*^ti,"i'!d- J. M. Giovanetti ? ?Ml Kates Reasonable Third and Harris Street. Juneau The BERGMANN 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. i 1 Juneau Liquor Company, Inc. | THE LARGEST STOCK-THE BEST BRANDS OF ! Imported and Domestic Liquors and W ines (or family use J PHONE 9-4?MAIL ORDERS A SPECIALTY-FREE DELIVERY j When ordering BEER insist on RAINIER PALE I ??????_____________ B. M. BEHRENDS, Banker JUNEAU, ALASKA THE OLDEST BANK IN ALASKA Established 1887 Interest Paid on Member Savings Accounts American Bankers' A'ssn. Juneau Hardware Company The Store that saves you money SIM FREIMAN* WM. ALBERTSON FRONT STREET PHONE 248 Beer 5c. a Glass LOUVRE BAR IAL. CARLSON, Prop. TECHNICAL POINTS NOT TO STOP WORK Tho commissioner of the general land office In passing on a mnttor concern ing the right of way for tho Alaska Gasttneau Mining company's tramway at Salmon creek made an important ruling recently. The Alaska Gastin eau company cut timber adjacent to the tramway which was constructed ! by them at Salmon creek. This tim | ber had formally been applied for . prior to the beginning of construction | and the purchase price paid for same. > Technically the monoy so collected | could have all been retained, but upon | ? investigation by Special Agent Moore | and his report Clay Tallman, comrals ? sloner of the general land office has dl reeled that the timber used In tho con- j ? struction of said tramway that was standing on the right of way be not charged against the company. In mak ing the order Commissioner Tallman says: "While technically an applicant for a right of way for the construction of a tramway in Alaska acquires no right to take material from land adjacent thereto until an application for said right of way shall have been died, and then only subject to the conditions that said right of way shall be allowed, yet this office does not consider It ex pedient to hinder the development of the Territory of Alaska by resorting to technicalities, and therefore the. spe cial agent's recommendations have been concurred in by this office." HAMSHAW TAKING BIG OUTFIT TO CHISANA | Fletcher T. Hamshaw, well known ? mining man, who passed through Ju ! neau on the Admiral Evans yesterday ? enroute to the Chisana diggings, Is ! taking In one of the most ocmplote ' prospecting outfits that was ever ! brought to the country. The outfit ' includes power drills and drill mater . la'.s, pumps, boilers, engines and hoists. | "All of the reports," said Mr. Ham . shaw, "about that country are mere J conjecture, because there has been ? nothing done in the way of prospecting | during the past winter and conse ? <iuently nothing more can be known ' than was known last summer. Wo y know that certain creeks and claims J carry good pay because actual mining ? has proved it by results. There have f been published many exaggerated re ? ports about prospects found by myself. ^ For instance it has been printed in some papers that I recovered several ? ounces from a prospect when as a mat ter of fact my prospect was only one quarter of an ounce. Just so have re ports about the barrenness of the country generally been exaggerated and printed by people who know ab solutely nothing about it. "I consider it one of the most fa vorable mining sections in the country. What we need is bettor transportation facilities and these.will come. A rail ? road from Haines, crossing the head ? of the White and passing through our | district and down the great Tanana ? valley would tap one of the richest scc ^ tfons in the country. It is an ideal ? route, too, free from snow slides, heavy J grades and expensive bridge construc ? tion. I have personally traveled over 1* the entire route and know the coun try." Casey Gets Letter. W. W. Casey, of Juneau, received a letter recently from Bergcr, the man he sent into the Chisana, that seems to carry a hopeful tone. Berger asks that Casey send a prospecting boiler in so that the frozen ground maye be thoroughly prospected. NO STOP AT KATALLA. The Admiral Sampson did not stop at Katalal on the trip South and will therefore reach Juneau today. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Having been appointed administra tor, with the wil lannexed, of the es tate of G. M. Irwin, deceased, by the Commissoiner of the Territory of Al aska, sitting in probate in Juneau Pre cinct, Alaska, all persons having claims against said estate are re quired to present them, verified as by law required, within six months from the date of this notice, to the under signed, at his place of business in the Town of Juneau, Alaska. Dated at Juneau, Alaska, February 24. 1914. EMERY VALENTINE, Administrator. First publication, February 24, 1914. I-ast publication. March 24. 1914. H. B. LEFEVRE, Attorney for Administrator. Juneau. Alaska. NOTICE TO VOTERS ?+? The registration books for qualified voters of the City of Juneau, Territory of Alaska, for the year nineteen hun dred fourteen, are now open in tlu Municipal Clerk's office in the city hall, and will remain open until Sat urday, April fourth, nineteen hundred fourteen at four p. m. All those desir ing to vote at the regular April elec tion should ? register, for the reason ! that parties not registered will not be permitted to vote. E. W. PETTIT, ' Officer of Registration. Juneau, Alaska. Mar. 2, 1914. First publication. Mar. 2. 1914. When hungry, hit the trail for the Stampede, cor. FronJ and Franklin. ?LM2-tf. Wether you like Havana or domes tic cigars, you can get the kind you like at Burford's. 2-16-tf ST. GEORGE HOUSE OPEN. The St. George House is now open and ready for business. Everything new. Good light and well ventilated rooms. Baths, electric lights and bells. Good board. Reasonable rates by the day, week or month. 10-1-tf J C. HOULIHAN. Prop. Every nation welcome, except Carrie. at the Stampede. 2-19-tf Valdex Hand Laundry. Flannels a specialty. Goldstein Cabin, No. 2. - Mrs. Sharts. 1-19-tf. *?? 1 CLASSIFIED ADV. ?fr + WANTED?To rent a modern, four room house with bath. Long time ten ant. Address L. E. S. Empire office, tf WANTED?Girl for General house work. .Mrs. Allen Shattuck. 2-24-tf. WANTED?First class baker. Ap ply Labor Department, Alnska-Gastin eau Co. 11-4-tf FOR RENT?Furnished housekeep ing rooms, also single furnished rooms. SANS SOUfcl. Douglas. 3-4-lm. FOR RENT?Furnished rooms and | apartments, either single or ensuite for housekeeping. Apply at office, No. 1. llogan's Flats, phone 209. 11-11-tf FOR SALE Three room cabin with 50 x 100 feet of ground, squatter's rights. Price $150. Inquire at Mc Ivor's Racket Store. Phone 281. 3-9-3t Alice 31. Jordison, teacher of mando lin. guitar and banjo: studio 5 and G. Ga?-slde building, or enquire Juneau Music Store. 2-4-tf. Don't work yourself to death. Spend a pleasant evening with the boys at Burford's. 2-lG-tf. ? ; HIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIliM ! A 5? Transfer :: :; A. Benson & express:: ' ' Stand at Wills' Grocory Store 1 1 , , Phones 4*9 or 3-8-S j [ < ? ORDERS PROMPTLY EXECUTED ? ? iiiiiiiiiiiiinimiitiiH White's Edge Tools nml all otl.cr HIGH ; GRADE Factory Brand Mechanics' Tools; for every trade Get Out Price? First . Gastineau Hard ware & Mach.Co.! I If You Want the Best? ASK FOR EPSTEYN, GILMOUR & CO. Alaska Agents ? j | ALASKAN I I H0TEL I: 33 Juneau's Leading Hostelry 33 *' Steam heat, running hot and < > o cold water in all rooms?six- <> J 3 teen rooms with bath?strictly J J *3 first class cafe?centrally locat- " ? < ? ed?big sample rooms. Auto < > 0 meets all steamers?rates: $1.50 31 ]3 per day and up?commercial 33 < > trade solicited. < > <> P. L. Gemmett, Pres. & Mgr. 3> J F. H. McCoy, Secy-Treas. 33 1 I Haircut 50c Shave 25c I" The GENUINE BARBER SHOP J. D. VAN ATTA, Prop. Puff Hair Cut Our Specialty Mo'es, Warts and Birthmarks Scientifically Removed Ladies' Shampooing 304 Front St. Near City Dock +M i-111 i-H"-- ;-; :? 11 r i-i M-M-H-H fORPHEUM j JUNEAU. ALASKA : j ;; TUES. and WED. ; )) "Love Token" j ^ "The Pink Opera Cloak" \\ !! "Here's Your Hat" !! "The Manicurist and the Mutt" !. "Great Steeplechase" " (By request) *t..)..|..!..|..|..t..t.)ll[ MiiMIHll H-l-f J. S. MORGAN GENERAL TRANSFER Res. Phone 3802, Day Phone 394 Stand, "Renovatory," Franklin St. I - H. HEIDORN $ K Merchant Tailor j CARL OLSEN, Cutter and Fitter [ ! Cleaning, Repairing & Pressing > 222 SEWARD STREET [ i Telephone 268 t ?-?4MMMMF?-?-?"??-???-?-?4MF??"?-?"?? f ? PETTIT and HARVEY Real Estate bought and sold, Collections. Rents and General I Auditing, and Accouting, Finan- | ^ clal Agents. 142 Front St. J MM I I 1 I I 1 I I I I 1 III I I i I I I I I ; I Gofden Belt Aldition;; T Choice Hctiidence Lota for Sale ? "' J See K. L. COUll, /net. ? 1 hone 3-6-9 ?? EVERY DAY A BIG DAY We Bake Three Times Dally j ^ r Bread, Cakes, Pies, Cakes to Order for Special Occasions Eureka Bakery J 302 Franklin St. Phone 2122 Buy a meerschaum -pipe at Burford's Get the big feed of good grub at the nd treat yourself to a satisfying small price at the Stampede rcstau moke aftor dinner. 2-16-tf rant. 2-26-tf. FINE POULTRY IMPORTED FINNAN HADDIE TODAY FRESH SAUSAGE EVERY DAY Full Line Fresh and Cured Meats. Government Inspected TRY OUR WILD ROSE LARD FRYE-BRUHN MARKET Arthur Ficlien, Manager Seward Street C W. YOUNG COMPANY Headquarters For Hardware, Mining & Fishing Supplies Lumber and Building Materials Now is the time to make your home new and attractive by paintiug or papering. We have several lines of high grade paints and wall paper at especially low prices. Also up-to-date Furniture and Home Furnishings that will attract you ' Get Your FISH at Juneau Cold Storage Co. e rr. . v . r- y&zrz. 3MTr5 ji ..} I, salt and FROZEN EVERYTHING IN SEASON FREE DELIVERY PHONE 26 Near City Dock -r-r-i.n-?H~t-r,H--!"i"HH-HH"M,lM-l-l-H-i-H,TT'M"l-l"!"l"l I 1 I I-I I M M M M OCCIDENTAL HOTEL AND ANNEX f Occidental Hotel Co., J. P. Oldr, Mgr., European Plan ;j Headquarters Tor Mining Men and Commercial Travelers FRONT STREET Opposite Post Ofllce Phone 1-1 !! If you have a FIRST-CLASS FAMILY Protect Them by Insuring in a FIRST-CLASS COMPANY New York life Insurance Co. ^ the strongest intheworia I. SOWERBY, Agent Room 7, Malony Block Juneau, Alaska ? The First of the Season?Nice, Large California o ASPARAGUS 0 Also have a fine Line of SPRING VEGETABLES, including Lettuce, Squash, Cauliflower, New Tomatoes, Etc., Etc. o i: The last boat brought us a consignment of Red and :: White Smoked Salmon. Very Choice < ? * o y Come and See for Yourself or Phone 28 <? 1 H. J. RAYMOND ?2? I ^ ? - STETSON HATS DENTS' GLOVES HANNAN SHOES The Cost of High Living It may be that or it may be merely a matter or disposition which imposes M 'I Benjamin Qotlics your twenty-five dollar limit for a Suit or Raincoat. In either event we are in a position to honor the limit with an extraordinary series of Benjamin Ciothes Suits and Overcoats For Men and Young Men at Twenty-five Dollars Perhaps you know that the Benjamin organiza- ... tion concerns itself with the finest ready-for-service garments made in all the world. ...JI b*^an\ln"Ctott[ti I REMEMBER?Our new Spring Shirts have arrived in New Styles and Colors. Prices that will fit every man's pocket book. Come in and look over our many new arrivals before buying elsewhere. B.M.BEHRENDS COMPANY