1 ? ? lal Brinit Your Prescription* to u?
Good Health ^ most THE LEAST"
JUNEAU DRUG COMPANY
Phone 250 NIGHT SERVICE Opp. Alaskan Hotel I
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: : AND ALL OTHER KINDS OF '
ELECTRIC LIGHTING GOODS
11 Can be obtained from tho ? '!
ALASKA ELECTRIC LIGHT & POWER CO.
! ! Third and Franklin Streets Juneau < >
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i FIRST NATIONAL BANK
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
T. F. Kennedy, Pres. ?p'Kennedy
John Reck, Vice-Pres. geo. e miller
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Harold H. Post, Cashier m. j. o'connor
Under th? an mo management
FIRST TERRITORIAL BASK OF ALASKA
Intermt paid on Time Dvponit*
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Dull Knives make Sharp Tempers?
Avoid Both. Use one of those
|! Dimo-Grit Grinders--?' ||
:: AT $2.25 EACH, Sold by the
i! ALASKA SUPPLY COMPANY ij
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;; STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES ?
j; FRFSH fruits, vegetables, butter, eggs ?
,, I ivLiiJl 1 and cheese We cater to fine family trade. Try us, ?
|| j. M. Giovanetti
Rate* Reasonable Third and Harris Street. Juneau
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.
Juneau Liquor Company, Inc.
| THE LARGEST STOCK-THE BEST BRANDS OF j;
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? Imported and Domestic Liquors and \Y ines for family use *'
X PHONE 9-4?MAIL ORDERS A SPECIALTY-FREE DELIVERY n
When ordering BEER
insist on RAINIER PALE
B. M. BEHRENDS, Banker
THE OLDEST BANK IN ALASKA
Interest Paid on Member
Savings Accounts American Bankers' A'ssn.
Juneau Hardware Company
The Store that saves you money
WM. ALBERTSON* FRONT STREET PHONE 248
AL. CARLSON, Prop.
SEATTLE'S NEW OFFICERS'
TERMS WILL BE SHORT
The adoption of the commission
form of fovernmont in Seattle last
week and tho election of a - char
ter commission to formulate a new
charter for the.city. It Is believed, will
rotiro Mayor H. C. Glli and all tho
members of the present city govern
ment within six months. Tho charter
commissioners are required to begin
work within ten days after the elec
tion and submit their proposed new
charter within 60 dnys. If the char
J ter submitted Is approved tho old gov
ernment will cease to exist.
One of the peculiar features of tho
election Is that of tho fifteen men
elected to the charter commission
nearly all of them are supporters of
the Cotterlll administration, and op
posed Gill in the recent election. For
mer Mayor William Hickman Moore,
who is associated in tho public mind
more closely with Mayor George F.
Cotterill than any other man in tho
city, received 5,600 more votes for
membership 0:1 the charter commission
than any other candldnte. Every can
didate for a place on the commission
j that belonged to the old regime when
Gill was in flower was defeated, not
one of them receiving half as many
votes as Judge Moore or Dr. J. B.
Eagleson, who ran next to him and
who Is also n Cotterlll supporter, re
I The following will constitute the
William Hickman .Moore, former may
or and lawyer: Dr. J. B. Eagleson, phy
sician; A. V. Bouillon, former superin
tendent of public utilities; E. F.
Blaine, a member of the State park
board and for many ycar3 a member
of the city purk board; Thomas H. Bol
ton, president of the Central Labor
Council: W. M. Calhoun, of the real
estate firm of Calhoun, Denny and
Ewing; Wni. Pitt Trimble, capitalist
and business man; Dr. W. A. Major,
formerly pastor of Bethany Presbyter
ian church: O. B. Thorgrlmson, law
yer and former assistant corporation
icounsel; Josiah Collins, a member of
the State Senate; Thomas A. Lippy,
capitalist: J. Y. C. Kellogg, lawyer;
Charles W. Doyle, business agent of
the Central Labor Council; Elmer E.
Todd, lrtwycr and former United States
. district attorney, and C. J. Erickson,
GLEANINGS OF THE GREAT
Jim Clinton and A1 Dreese were
caught in a snow-slide when enroute
from Seward to Knlk last month. Five
others who were in the party and be
hind them dug them out. Roth were
unconscious and it required a half day
to resusciate them.
* * *
Justice John Ford of the Supreme
Court of New York has written to Dr.
J. A. Raughman, of Seward, game war
den, making Inquiries relative to the
hunting of Kenal peninsula. He says
he contemplates a hunting trip to Al
aska next summer.
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Mining will be active according to
late reports next summer In the Tur-|
nagain Arm country. The Mathelson I
Mining company has cut 300.000 feet of
lumber with which to build flumes to:
carry water to Its hydraulic plant and!
do other things about its plant. N. O. I
Anderson, also a Turnagain Arm op
erator. will work his property this
year. He already Is on the ground.
* * *
Rear creek and Little Indian creek,
in the Hope country, near Seward, will
be worked this year. Dear creek was
worked about ten years ago, and
stopped. Prospectors located the pay
streak last summer and this year they
will operate. Little Indian creek was
staked 12 years ego, but never pros
pected until last summer when the in
dications were so favorable that It
was decided to work It this year.
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The passage of the Alaska railroad
bill resulted in the formation of a brass
band at Cordova. Musicians in the
town got their horns and other instru
ments out to celebrate the occasion
and the discovery was made that they
had enough material for a good organ
ization, which was subsequently
* * *
The Cordova Alaskan says freight is
being delivered from McCarthy to Chi
sana at 12V& cents a pound.
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The accummulated delinquent tax
list at Fairbanks for the last eight
years amount to $19,0S5.76. An ef
fort is to be made to forco payments.
* * *
Tnnann Valley residents have been
given until April 1st to make returns
under the Income tax law .
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So .confident are the residents of
Richardson, on the Tanana, that their
town will be on the main line of the
trunk road from Chitina to Vairbanks
that they have already set aside
ground for a station. I
Every nation welcome, except Carrie, I
at the Stampede. 2-19-tf
Buy a meerschaum pipe at Burford's
and treat yourself to a satisfying
smoke after dinner. 2-16-tf
United States Commissioner's Court
for the Territory of Alaska, Div.
No. 1, Juneau, Precinct,
In the matter of the estate of Mrs.
Louise Bathe, deceased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
the undersigned has been, by the Unit
ed States Commissioner. Probate
Judge of the above entitled court, by
an order duly made and entered, ap
pointed administrator of the estate of
Mrs. Ixnilse Bathe, deceased.
All persons having claims against
said estate are hereby notified to pre
sent them, with the proper vouchers
and in legal form, within six (6) ;
months from the date of this notice.:
to the undersigned, at his place of!
business In Juneau, Alaska.
Dated this 18th day of February, A. [
First publication Feb. 19, 1914.
Last publication Mar. 19, 1914.
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 the
Municipal Clerk's otlldu in the city
hall, and will remain open until Sat
urday, April fourth, nineteen hundred
fourteen at four p. in. 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. PETT1T,
Olficer of Registration. ,
Juneau, Alaska, Mar. 2, 1914.
First publication, .Mar. 2, 1914.
\V A N T E D?A competent woman
would do any respectable work three
hours dally, Good cook or laundress.
17 Bergmann. 3-ll-3t.
WANTED To rent a modem, four
.*1:0111 house with bath. Long time ten
ant. Address L. E. S. Empire ofllce. tf
WANTED?Girl for General house
work. Mrs. Allen Shattuck. 2-24-tf.
WANTED?First class baker. Ap
ply Labor Department, Alnska-Gastln
can Co. 11-4 tf
FOB KENT On or before April 1st
steam-heated room to party who will
buy furniture. Juneau Investment Co.
FOR RENT ? Dining room, doing
first class business. Address dox SCC.
FOR RENT?Furnished housekeep
ing rooms, also single furnished "
rooms. SANS SOUCI, Douglas. 3-4-lm. i
FOR RENT?Furnished rooms and j
apartments, either single or ensuite *
for housekeeping. Apply at ofTlce, No. X
1. Hopan's Flats, phone 209. 11-11-tf J
FOR SALE?Two sleigh dogs, inquire 11
F. Emerson. Douglas, care of John j
Henson & Co. 3-11-3L J
FOR SALE?60 head. 1400 to 1500 4
lb. fed beef steers. 8 cents pound
here, at North Yakima Wash. Address
FOR SALE?Furniture of 3-room '
house. Apply at No. 74, Gastineau ,
Alice M. Jordison. teacher of mando- ?
lilt, guitar and banjo; studio 5 and 6. !
Garside 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. 2-16-tf. ?
Well ventilated rooms and board at
tho St. Georgo House, formerly the
Simpson hospital. 10-3-tf
TIES OF WATER
& Machinery Co.
112 Front St.
Phono 2/3 2
j! ALASKA|N 1:
| HOTEL !|
o Juneau's Leading Hostelry 3! 3
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? Steam heat, running hot and <> <
< ? cold water in all rooms?six- < >! <
33 teen rooms with bath?strictly J J 3
J J first class cafe?centrally locat- <' *
< ? ed?big sample rooms. Auto < ? ,<
3, meets all steamers?rates: $1.50 3 3 3
3 J per day and up?commercial ' J J
trade solicited. <? <
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o P. L. Gemmett, Pres. & Mgr. <> <
33 F. H. McCoy, Secy-Treas. 33 3
Haircut 50c Shave 25c
The GENUINE BARBER
J. D. VAN ATTA, Prop.
Puff Hair Cut Our Specialty
Moles, Warts and Birthmarks
304 Front St. Near City Dock
? JUNEAU, ALASKA 4
: THURS. and FRI.
i Pathe Weekly, with Mutt & Jeff '
"Twilight of Her Life"
"Trlxie and the Press Agent"
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"From Pen to Pick"
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J. S. MORGAN^
Res. Phone 3802, Day Phone 394
Stand, "Renovatory," Franklin St.
H. HEIDORN |
Merchant Tailor ?
! CARL OLSEN, Cutter and Fitter [
Cleaning, Repairing & Pressing r
222 SEWARD STREET [l
Telephone 268 c
' PETTIT and HARVEY *
Real Estate bought and sold, |
Collections, Rents and General i
Auditing, and Accouting, Flnan- 1
clsl Agents. 142 Front St. 1
[ Gold:n Addition j
f Choice Renldcnco I.otii for Solo *|
r See E. L. COBB. Aet. ? Phone 3-6-9 ? ?
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A BIG DAY
We Bake Three Times Daily
Bread, Cakes, Pies,
Cakes to Order for
302 Franklin St. Phone 2122
ALASKA MEAT COMPANY -M." ifa*. Mgr.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Manufacturers of all Kinds of Sausages Our Hants and Bacon Are
IMPORTED FINNAN HADDIE TODAY
FRESH SAUSAGE EVERY DAY
Full Line Fresh and Cured Meats. Government Inspected
TRY OUR WILD ROSE LARD
Arthur Ficken, Manager Seward Street
IC W. YOUNG COMPANY I
Hardware, Mining & Fishing Supplies ?
Lumber and Building Materials
Now is the time to make your home
new and attractive by painting 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 I
(that will attract you
L U M B E R
for BUILDINGS, BOXES, CRATES, &]other purposes
i r r Ar\E'? frorT1 Rough Timbers to Kiln Seasoned. Fin
ALL ulvAlyLlJ Ishing Material of the Best Quality.
PROMPT ATTENTION TO ORDERS
SOUTH PACIFIC LUMBER & BOX COMPANY
W. C. BENTLEY, Sole? Manager. Mills and Office PETERSBURG, ALASKA
I OCCIDENTAL HOTEL AND ANNEX j;
t Occidental Hotel Co., J. P. Olds, Mgr., European Plan
Headquarters for Mining Men and Commercial Travelers
FRONT STREET Opposite PoBt Office Phone 1-1 "
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If you have a FIRST-CLASS FAMILY Protect Them by Insuring in a
New York life InsuranceCo.Is the S'?s?iiniheWorid
I. SOWERBY, Agent
Room 7, Malony Block Juneau, Alaska
The First of the Season?Nice, Large California
Also have a fine Line of SPRING VEGETABLES, including Lettuce, Squash, \;
Cauliflower, New Tomatoes, Etc., Etc.
The last boat brought us a consignment of Red and
White Smoked Salmon. Very Choice ::
Come and See for Yourself or Phone 28 ??
H. J. RAYMOND ?2? ]
~ 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
I BcnjAnJin Clothes
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
Suits and Overcoats
For Men and Young Men at <
Perhaps you know that the Benjamin organiza
tion concerns itself with the finest ready-for-service
garments made in all the world.
REMEMBER?Our new Spring Shirt, have arrived in New Styles and Color,. Prices that will fit every
man s pocket book. Come in and look over our many new arrivals before buying elsewhere.
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