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THE TAVERN? If you havn't you have missed something good Rates Reasonable Third and Harris Street. Juneau iheBERGMANN 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 * SHOWER BATH. SANITARY CONDITIONS PERFECT. $5,000.00 | was paid to advertise the sale of Electric Coffee Percolaters ? ? at $7.50 each in a weekly magazine for one issue. !! We are selling the best electric coffee percolater made ;; for $5.00 each, but we do not pay such an enormous sum for ?; advertising. ? ? ALASKA ELECTRIC LIGHT & POWER CO. j; Third and Franklin Sts. Juneau, Alaska. \ 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 DIR ECTO RS T. F. Kennedy, Pres. rp'kenneuy John Reck, Vice-Pres. gia ?^ILLER Harold H. Post, Cashier si. j. o*connor ? Under the wme nunnwrnrnt FIRST TERRITORIAL BASK OF ALASKA Intarnt paid on Time Depueits II I I > I I I I I I I I I I I I ? I I ? I I I I ? I I I I I I I M I I II I m-r. Dull Knives mal^e Sharp Tempers? Avoid Both. Use one of those : Dimo-Grit Grinders?"tr AT $2.25 EACH. Sold by the ALASKA SUPPLY COMPANY I I I I I I I I I I I I 11 niit nI I1111 I I I I I I I I I IIuI 8 11 e I n 11? Juneau Hardware Company The Store that saves you money SIM FREIMAN WM. ALBERTSON FRONT STREET PHONE 248 STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Wg Appreciate Your Trade and Make Our Prices Low In Order to Merit it PHONE 385 J.M.GIQVANETTI i When ordering BEER insist on RAINIER PALE Juneau Liquor Company, Inc. THE LARGEST STOCK-THE BEST BRANDS OF Imported and Domestic Liquors and Wines for family use PHONE 9-4?MAIL ORDERS A SPECIALTY-FREE DELIVERY Beer 5c. a Glass LOUVRE BAR CLAY & SCRIBNER, Props. Ib. M. BEHRENDS, Banker JUNEAU, ALASKA THE OLDEST BANK IN ALASKA Established 1887 Interest Paid on Member Savings Accounts American Bankers' A'ssn. ^Ml INDIAN SETTLEMENTS REPORTED PROSPERING ~ + The Klawack Commercial company, composed of about 100 native Alaska Indiana has just completed one of the neatest store buildings iu Southeastern Alaska, according to W. G. Beattle, superintendent of Indian schoolB, who arrived on the Humboldt from" u tour of Indian settlements to the south. The Klawack schools are also reported to be better this year, the attendance be Ing kept up more steady than ever before. The peoplo are demanding a new school* house suitable to their growing needs. At Metlnkahtla, Mr. Beattle says the government school has had an average dally attendance of 100 during moul of the winter. Father Duncan, It it said, still looks upon the governtheril school as Inimical to him and hit work. Ho now claims personal own ershlp In the wharf, waterworks, can uery, store uud sawmill. The Indiant have always understood that at least the wharf and waterworks were pub lie property. ! Mr. Beattle says that the Indiui | town of Hydaberg still contluuos t< thrive. Many of the people are build lag new houses, he states, to repine* the cabins put up when the.town wai : first established. The Hydaberg saw ; mill is running full blast, manned bj I a crew of Hydaberg Indians. A read: I market for the product 1b found a | the canneries and in the towns on th< West coast of Prince of Wales Island | Under the leadership of Mr. and Mrs Charles W. Hawkesworth, who are ii | charge of the work of the U. S. Bu reau of Education at that place, the Hydaberg men have organized a lodg* known as the "Nativo Sons of Alaska" The women of the place have estab lished a similar organization knowr as the "Native Daughters of Alaska.' Both are secret societies and great in terest is taken in them. Many appli cations for admission to membershii are sent In nt every meeting. Mr. Beattie left Juneau today fot Haines and Klukwan, and expects tc return In about a week. PACIFIC COAST MEN BOOST FOR JUNEAU "Juneau's population has doubled in the last two years and is now approx iinately 5,000. while Ketchikan alsc is going ahead, building a cold storagt plant and concrete business blocks and otherwise assuminm metropolitar airs. Juneau Is rapidly becoming om if the livltest cities on the Coast!" Statements to this effect are madt by officials of the Pacific Coasi Steamship Company, who arrived it port this morning on the company'! Alaska liner, Spokane. Frank J. O'Connor, the company'! Nome agent, who relieved A. V. Pet erson, the regular agent at Juneau and Skagway, while the latter took a va cation, reports there is no sign of au> let-up In Juneau's growth. An Im mouse amount of development work is under way for the Alaska Juneau Mining Company, the Alaskn Gastin eau Company and the Ebner Mining Company. O'Connor hadn't been in Juneau for two years and hardly rcc ognized the camp. He will leave for Nome, June 1. P. H. Bold, Ketchikan agent of the company, reports the Ketchikan Cold Storage Company's plant ready for the installation of its motor. The plan! is housed in a five-story building cost ing $30,000. Of the three new con crete business blocks, one of throx stories, erected by the Tongrass Trad ing Company, would compare favorab ly. he says, with any structure of the same size In Seattle.?Seattle Times. ALASKAN HOTEL ARRIVALS. ?+? The following arrivals are regis tered at the Alaskan Hotel; P. G. Black. William Zilbell. W. Bornjstalty, Mrs. M. D. Ridley, J. Wlldal, Miss .Ms Hall, M. Lister and wife,. B. Carad esh, Seattle; T. M. Larsen, Chitina; J. Kniffen, Vancouver; F. Leggat, Doug las; M. A. Allen, C. W. Vesch, O. Bos trar, W. Thanscan, Tacoma; B. Loyrl, C. K. Bruff, Juneau. SPECIAL NOTICE. Geo. Anderson, expert piano tuner, is exp.ecting to leave Juneau for the interior shortly on his annual trip to Fairbanks. Those wishing to purchase pianos or to have tuning done, should see Mr. Anderson at once, or phone him at Barragar's store, his headquarters. Phone 54. 4-1-3L ADVERTISED LETTERS. Beule, Cris; Briggs, Mrs. Bertha; Brooks, Eric K.; Burns, Jack; Chaney, Miss Ada; Cahill, W. E.; Cony, John; Cooper, Albert (caid); Cooper, Frank; Cannon, Thomas; Dahl, Peter (card); Davies, Imery; Darling. \V. A.; Dav idson, W.; Dalton, R.; Dornan, Wm.; Hartikain, John (card); Nagan, Lee, (card); Harn, J. A.; Johnson, Mrs. Julna; Johanson, Otto W? (2 letters); Mathicsen, Hrr. Peter, (card); Mar ins. Mathias (card); Malmus, Madis; Miller, J. W.'; McLelen, Dan.; Mclr win, Paul; Paropat, Tony; Pavlovich, Marko P.; Riorden, Jerry; Ridley Miss Minnie; Stoter, Fred; Samson, Pat rick; Sporlick, Marko; Wallace, H. B., (card and letter.) E. L. HUNTER, P. M. ?l"I"i"l-l"l"l"l' M-I-H-l' 1 :: Arctic Fur and ::Curio Store:: Is now ready to make and repair all kinds of " :: Fur goods, White Furs :: carefully cleaned with ;; out the use of acids. j; :: We also carry a full " line of curios and souv " enirs. All Eskimo cur :: ios made on the prem- :: Ises. Front Street j :: Next to City Dock : \ Easter Showing of the New ' *-IAH VT'O cAJOLiO^ Every Department Bids You i WELCOME! t The success and popularity of this ! 1 store is due largely to our pro i gressiveness in displaying the new styles, not alone in shoes, but in every other department of our . p" ^fwij business. BENJAMIN CLOTHES They define all that is correct even unto the position of a button. Then there is this to be said of Benjamin Clothes: every line and curve is tailored, not merely pressed into them. You may be sure that the garments will lend dignity and distinction until the last day of this s t r e n u o us s e r v i c e i Correct Cloth es forMeti imen's new spring shirts 1 Pleated and soft bosoms. All the new spring styles. Many exclusive J designs to choose from. The prices are extremely low. Come and see. | B. M. BEHRENDS COMPANY , mum h-i m 11 m m m i r i ? ? 'Phone 2-4-2. 128 Front St. f j cl 9 dressing t :: shearers Farlor i ? ? We do Cleaning, Pressing and ?? )) Repairing. )) ? ? * 1 ? ?? Our Motto?They always come back ?' We call and deliver *" Good Work. Prompt Service. ] | -l I I I I I I I I M-l lll'l I I I I II lilt ? I i ' I I , | CLASSIFIED ADV. * + WANTED?First class baker. Ap ply Labor Department, Alaska-Gastin ' eau Co. 11-4-tf FOlt RENT?Furnished housckeep . Ing rooms, also single furnished : rooms. SANS SOUCI, Douglas. 3-4-lm. JI FOR RENT?Furnished rooms and ! apartments, either single or ensuito : for housekeeping. Apply at office, No. 1 1, Hogan's Flats, plfoue 209. 11-11-tf FOR RENT?Good furnished rooms. Apply over Brltt's Pharmacy at Matt , Button's place. 120 Seward Street. I 3-18-tf. ! FOR RENT?Signs can bo had at ' The Empire office. FOR SALE?Patented homestead of ? 320 acres; suitable for general farni ? Ing, dairying or stock raising; 100 ac ? res of rich natural meadow land ready ) to plow or mow by machinery, bal ance heavily timbered; excellent wa ter power; no taxes; other valuable features. Address Lafc Spray, Juneau. 3-30-tf. FOR SALE?A lG-h.p., heavy duty, marine gas engine; cheap if sold at , once. Inquire at Union Iron Works, j ?3-26-6L FOR SALE.?Some second hand , show cases and wall show cases at ? your own price. Doran's Drug Store, i 3-21-tf. , . . FOR SALE OR RENT.?Gns launch "Midnight Sun." 38 x 10. 20h.p. en gine. See owners aboard. 3-30-4t. Alice M. Jordlson, teacher of mando lin, guitar and banjo; studio 5 and 6. 1 Garslde building, or enquire Juneau I Music Store. Get the big feed of good grub at the small price at the Stampede restau rant 2-26-tf. Buy a meerschaum pipe at Burford's and treat yourself to a satisfying smoke after dinner. 2-16-tf; j 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 bcllr. Good board. Reasonable rates by the day, week or month. 10-1-tf J. C. HOULIHAN. Prop. Spots and stains removed at the ; Renavotary. Phono 394. 3-23-tf. The Empire $1.00 a month delivered. * PETTIT and HARVEY 1*1 Real Estate bought and sold, j Collections, Rents and General Auditing, and Accoutlng, Finan cial Agents. 142 Front St. < + 4 I < ? ?????????????????????????i < ALASKAN ||j jj HOTEL jj: 0 Juneau's Leading Hostelry W ' < ? < > < i' ? Steam heat, running hot and < > ; <? cold water In all rooms?six- o ? o teen rooms with bath?strictly ** first class cafe?centrally locat- ? ' < > ed?big sample rooms. Auto < ? ? '! meets all steamers?rates: |1.50 ! I ? JI per day and up?commercial J | ' < ? trado solicited. <> < ? < ? o P. L. Gemmett, Pres. & Mgr. <> F. H. McCoy, Secy-Treas. 1 A If you want the boat, buy the celebrated ' HENCKEL CUTLERY Xo?imou,a,,dlu Manganese Razors Aak your Barber TOOLS MACHINERY Gastineau Hardware & Mach'y Co. IORPHEUM JUNEAU, ALASKA t =========== TONIGHT "Near To Earth." "Fatty's Deception." "Sands of Time." "Finnegan." J. S. MORGAN GENERAL TRANSFER Res. Phone 3802, Day Phone 394 Stand, "Renovatory," Franklin St. 1 MMMWWMMW W M W * WWW MMMkOlXUUl New Spring Stock Hn? Arrived 5 You arc invited to call nnil make your f selection. All work iruiiranleod. ft H. HEIDORN-Merchant Tailor j Carl Olson, Cutler and Fitter ? * 222 Seward St. Phono 20 J j ' li! ALASKA MEAT COMPANY John Reck, Mgr. Wholesale and Retail Butchers .Manufacturers of all Kinds of Sausages Our Hams and Ilacon Are Honie-Smokcd 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 Ficken, Manager Seward Street lie 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 painting or papering. We have several lines of high grade paints and wall paper at especially low prices. I Also up-to-date Furniture and Home Furnishings that will attract you nwniwi r nywn??tjaMracra???? Let Cleveland Build It Whether it is a residence, a store or a warehouse, if Cleveland does It, it will be done right. ESTIMATES and PRELIMINARY DRAWINGS FREE. P. J. CLEVELAND 'Phone 603 530 East Street Pennant Bread In Sanitary Wrappers For sale by all grocers. Call the 1 Try It and you will use no other. Eureka Bakery 302 Franklin St. Phone 2122 L U M B E R for BUILDINGS, BOXES, CRATES, & other purposes i r r /7<p 4 T\l?Q from Rough Timbers to Kiln Seasoned. Fin ALL iJIVAULlJ ishlng Material of the Best Quality. PROMPT ATTENTION TO ORDERS SOUTH PACIFIC LUMBER & BOX COMPANY W. C. BBNTLBY, Sole. M?n.k?cr. Mill.and OiTice PETERSBURG. ALASKA -i-rrr-i-n-rn *?*? i ? - OCCIDENTAL HOTEL AND ANNEX : ji Occidental Hotel Co., J. P. Olds, Mgr., European Plan Headquarters for Mining Men and Commercial Travelers FRONT STREET Opposite Post Office Phone 1-1 ! i..;.H-l"l-i"I-l-l'l Ml I 11 I I 1 I I I II 111 1 1 lt-t-1-! I M I I I f If you have a FIRST-CLASS FAMILY Protect Them by Insuring in a FIRST-CLASS COMPANY New York life Insurance Co.Isllie strongest in the wortd I. SOWERBY, Agent Room 7, Malony Block Juneau, Alaska 117 A TfU f?r our big shipment of \/%/ ^ i U |f[| fresh Fruits and Vege ? ? AsL JL JL tables due on the S. S. Jefferson tonight. Remember we carry the largest assortment of Fruits and Vegetables in the city. H. J. RAYMOND L?? M44????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????+