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(New York World)
Let no Democrat in Congress think
that he can build himself up by tearing
the President down.
Let no Democrat in Congress think
that he can advance his own politicali
fortunes by discrediting the adminis
tration of his party.
Let no Democrat in Congress think |
that a divided Democracy can com
mand popular confidence at the polls, j
When the November elections are
held, every Democrat in the North j
will have to stand or fall by his party's
record. No man will be judged byj
himself alone. He will be judged by
what hie party has doue and what it
has left undone.
The success that the Democratic
party has thus far achieved has been
brought about by harmony of action
under the leadership of the President
There may be Democrats in Congress
who believe they are better fitted for
such leadership than Woodrow Wil
son. There may be Democrats in Con
gress who think that if the party could
be pursuaded to mutiny against the
President, their opportunity of leader
ship would come next. If so. they are
living in a fool's paradise.
If the Democratic party cannot com
mand public confidence under Wilson's
leadership, it cannot commaud popu
lar confidence under anybody's leader
ship. If it cannot win under him. -it
cannot win at all. That applies to
1916 no less than 1914. Every Demo
crat who Is fighting the President
is fighting for Democratic defeat and
for Democratic disaster.
All the elements of opposition to the
President and his policies are on the
side of the Democratic dissention. This
is their opportunity. If they can split
the Democratic party, they see the
way open to the repeal of the Under
wood-Simmonu tariff. If they can dis
credit the President they see the way
open to the repeal of the Ricome tax.
They see the way open to the amend
ment of the Banking and Currency law
for the benefit of Wall Street. They
see the way open to defeat the admin
istration's trust legislation and break
the Sherman anti-trust law. They see
I the way open to the undoing of every
I thing the Wilson administration has
j done. They see the way open to the
restoration of Special Privilege and
its re-establishment iu power,
j All this sordid crew has wrapped
the American flag around it and in the
name of the cash-register patriotism
j is marching against the President. Pub
lic opinion has been manufactured by
the same processes by which Lemuel
Ely Quigg used to accelerate It for the
profit of the Metropolitan traction cor
ruptionists. And this opiniou is daunt
ed by men who are trying to turn it
into dollars and cents for themselves.
The time is past when the Panama
canal tolls bill can be Judged alone
on its economic merits and demerits.
' The time 1m pa3t when It can bo Judged 1
alone on the Issue of treaty obliga-^
Hons. A now issue has been created.!
Is the Democratic party to bo split
by tho enemies of Democratic princl- j
pies? Is a Democratic President to be .
repudiated because he has kept the
faith? Is the Democratic party to
drive itself out of power and sink
back to tho impotent minority In
I which it has found Itself most of the
time since I860 because partisan op-:
poncnts of the party are attempting
10 discredit Its leader for partisan
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| Juneau Liquor Company, Inc. j
I Imported and Domestic Liquors and Wines lor family use ?
THIS simple rule of health is daily called attention to by every doctor in the land, whose first question to
the patient almost invariably is, "Are your bowels regular?" Yet there's not one person in fifty who
takes proper care of the bowels. And the result of this foolish neglect is nine-tenths of all ill-health.
If today you are unable to free your body of waste matter at the usual time, or if the act causes straining,
pains and discomfort, dont let that condition occur again tomorrow. Unless your bowels can carry away the
waste materials left after food is digested, decay sets in, the poisons of which, taken up by the blood, increase
the risk of Typhoid Fever, Appendicitis, and many other serious diseases.
In treating constipation, there is a right way and a wrong way. The wrong way is to take harsh purga
tives which even though they do clear the bowels, cause griping and nausea, injure the delicate tissues, and
so disturb the normal functions as to cause the return of constipation. The right way is to help Nature to
produce natural movement, without pain or discomfort, by using
One Hundred N
Million Were
Sold Last Year
Ibis enormous quantity was w
used with good results by busy men \
who suffered from constipation, due *
to lack of exercise, or indigestion
caused by overwork?by children whose
parents realize the harmful effect of com
mon purgatives?by old people whose sys- \
terns cannot stand anything harsh?by \
women during pregnancy, and after child
birth, when any medicine with a violent
action would be particularly dangerous. Many
of these people are your neighbors and friends.
Ask anyone who has ever used them?they'll
tell you Rexall Orderlies satisfied and helped them.
-a gentle laxative in the form of a chocolate-tasting tablet. One of
these tablets eaten just before going to bed will help to restore
your bowels to normal activity at a time when, your body A
k being at rent, the medicine can do its best work. As a result f
of taking that tablet (or say two, if your case is ob- f
stinate),your bowels'iciU move easily and naturally f
in the morning. The use of Rexall Orderlies f
for a few days afterward will restore nor- f .
X mal regularity. Even chronic consti- j |
pation is benefited by them, and it
. is riot necessary to continue the i
V treatment for a long time, be- M
\ cause, instead of driving W
\ Nature, they simply help M
\ her to kelp herself, i
Sold only at tho more
than 7,000 Rexall
l Stores and in this ,
V town only by us. i
\ In vest pocket /
\ tin boxes, /
\ 10c, 25c, /
\ 50c /
/ This
r Is Our
Risk No Monev
f If Rexall Orderlies do not make
your bowels act right, tell us so and
we'll give back your money without
asking a single question. There is no
red tape to this guarantee. It means
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# just what it says. iou sign nothing.
J We won't hesitate, or ask you any ques
r tions. Your word is enough. If Rexall
Orderlies do not do all you expect them to
?if you don't feel better after using them and
find that they are the pleasantest-acting and best
laxative you have ever used, we want you to
tell us and get your money back.
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Things are humming around Ketchl
i kan and the West coast of Prince of .
Wales^ Island, according to Collector
of Customs J. F. Pugh, who returned
to Juneau on the Jefferson Tuesday
front a ten-days trip of inspection. The
cannery men and the fishermen are
getting ready for the approaching sea
son and the country has attracted a
great many mining men from differ
ent sections of the States and British
Mr. Pugh states that Ketchikan Is
unusually lively at this time. The
'town looks prosperous and is filling
up with fisher folk and mining men.
Quite a hit of interest is being taken
by outsiders in the mining enterprises
and prospects of that section. Thq
cannery men are looking forward to
and preparing for an extra good sea
The Granby people are in the fiold
looking for more copper properties,
but have not yet begun shipping from
, Hadlcy.
Sulzer and the West coast also looks
good. Mr. Pugh says, and that he be
lieves that section has a great future.
The mines at Sulzer employ 50 men
and they are shipping from 800 to 1000
tons of copper ore to the Tacoma smel
ter each month. While at Sulzer Mr.
Pugh was the guest of Charles A. Sul
zer. manager of the Sulzer mines.
The barge America was at Ketchikan
enroute to Valdez with 1000 tons of
miscelaneous cargo for the Midas'
mine. There were also 70 men aboard |
the barge enroute to the MUlas mine.,
At Wrangell. as well as other places1
along the line there was great activ
ity noticeable among the cannery men
and fishermen.
WINDHAM BAY. April 14.?Mr. and j
Mrs. Rowe were guests of Mrs. Yates j
on Easter Sunday. Miss Rowe has
[ not yet recovered from the effects of
, the poison she contracted in applying
! stain to furniture.
D. W. Yates returned last night after
spending a very pleasant week in Ju
Capt. Orr will arrive from Kake to
, , .
General house cleaning, window
washing and carpet cleaning, address
Charlie Rivers, general delivery, city
post ofllce. 4-ll-6t.
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Koyukuk pcoplo uro* boosting for a
linlncs-Tunnnn route for the United
States government railroad, according
to the Falrbauks papors.
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D. J. Campbell, writing to Fairbanks
friends, says the Valdez creek district
will bo umong the big producers this
year. He says there has been a good
deal of activity thero all winter.
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Little Alyce Cflllro Sullivan, daugh
ter of the lute Mark Sulllvnn, of Fair
banks, who Is spending the winter with
her mother at Los Angeles, has attract
ed the Interest of tho Southern Cali
fornia metropolis as a dancer at so
cial functions. A famous Los Angeles
dancing teacher says she Is the best
child dancer he ever saw. She Is only
five years of ago and Is a native of
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The last week in March witnessed
the worst storm of the year in tho
Fairbanks district. The railroad was
blockaded and roads wore made Im
passable with drifting snow.
?* * *
United States Marshal L. T. Irwin,
of Fairbanks, has arranged with his
deputies to make monthly reports con
cerning all manner of canditions in
their localities. This includes reports
on those matters that come within the
scope of their authority, mining and
commercial and labor conditions, the
condition of the roads and all other
things that concern Northern people.
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The Northern Navigation company
fleet at Dawson, which is among the
vessels recently purchased by the
White Pass, is being prepared for tho
summer traffic on the Yukon river.
* * *
Sympathizers of both sides to the
Ulster contest in Ireland who are resi
dents of Dawson hnvc been raising
money and sending it back to the old
country. Each side is trying to send
more money than the other.
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Dawson voters will pass upon a new
charter for their city provided at the
recent session of the Yukon Territorial
council at an election to be held May
* * *
The Yukon Gold company of Daw
son?the Gggenhelm company?has
options on eight or nine miles of the
Sixty-mile country and will prospect
it with diamond drills.
Nick Morano who was arrested for
stealing a pair of shoes from the room
of another was yesterday sentenced
by Municipal Magistrate E. W. Pettlt
to pay a fine of $50. The sentence was
suspended during good behavior.
Buy a meerschaum pipe at Burford'B
and treat yourself to a satisfying
smoke after dinner. 2-16-tf
(Fairbanks Tlmon)
Tbo nowB that tho administration
measuro which has for its purpose tho t
oponlng to development of tho Alaska
coal flolds Is certain to be enacted Into {
law In the near future will be wel
comed by Alaskans as warmly as was <
tho^newB as the passage of tho rail
road bill. For It means that one of '
the Territory's greatest resources since .
l\)06 "bottled" by tho arbitrary decree
of President Roosevelt, Is to be placed ,
at the disposal of the people to whom
It properly belongs, In such form as i
will permit Its rightful use and pro
vent monopolistic exploitation. *
Tho Ferris bill appears to have met '
and successfully overcomo all the ob- .
jectlons that have been made against
former leasing bills, and to bo couched ,
In such terms as apparently should bo
acceptable to both large and small op- J
orators. It provides that tho leasing '
of coal lands, other than certain tracts
sot aside for the use of the govern- 1
ment In tho Bering and Matanuska
fields, shall be on a royalty basis of '
2 cents a ton, with an additional grad- ,
ed rental ranging from 25 cents to $1
per acre.
Tho reservation by tho government
of 12,800 acres which Is to be mined
under tho direction of tho President
will act as a check on monopoly; but
this Is more effectively assured by tho i
provision that no person or corpora
tlon Is to be allowed to have an Inter
est In more than 2,660 acres, under
penalty of flno and Imprisonment. The
Department of the Interior agreed with
the American Mining Congress com
mittee, when the latter was trying to
get action on the coal fields, that the
area should bo at least 2,560 acres to
Justify the expense of opening a mine.
Except that the bill embodies a pro
vision that congress is to readjust the
leasing terms and conditions, there is
no time stated for which the leases
are to run, and this is a question on
which there is likely to be some con
troversy. Mining operators insist that
the term of a leasehold should be for
such time as might be necessary to
work out the coal, but requiring con
tinuous work, and few would be satis
fied with a term shorter than thirty
; years.
Delegate IVlckersham would amend
J the Ferris bill with provision that the
leasing system apply only to the high
j grade coals of the Bering and Matan
uska fields, and that tho lignite and
; inferior grades of coal of the Interior
j be thrown open to public entry. He
I also suggested that the coal in the
Matanuska and Bering fields, outside
! of the reserved tracts, be mined under
a tonnage system with a government
royalty, or, instead of leasing the coal
to companies, he would have It fixed
so that any individual needing coal
could mine It himself and pay the gov
ernment royalty of so much per ton.
Rex Beach, the novelist, and David
W. King, have purchased the Morris
County Press, of Morrlstown, N. J.,
and engaged In the newspaper "busi
ness. Rex Beach is president of tho
company and Dave King secretary and
treasurer. Dave King is editor of the
publication. Both Beach and King
are former Nomeites and fast friends.
Dave King has written several short
stories and assisted Rex Beach in pro
ducing the "Barrier," creating, it is
said, the French Canadian character
The Northwestern arrived from the
South at 2 o'clock this morning bring
ag freight, passengers and mall. There
was an extra large list for Cordova
who are in haste to get into the in
terior before the spring break-up. Ge
nial Ed. Morgan, formerly of the Jef
ferson, is purser. The following pas
sengers were for Juneau: H. L. Lohe,
It. Scammon, A. Rippa, A. E. Datin,
Miss E. Taachick, \V. K. Martin, W.
H. Suksdorf, W. A. Alcon, A. Vrance,
J. Dahl, H. Nlckelson, Hans Eggen,
0. Drinksteln, W. B. Clunesa, E. M.
Craig, Miss Ivcnsdale, Bert Dyrskog,
Tom Dyrskog, J. R. Scott, and 13 sec
ond class.
The following arrivals are registered
at the Alaskan Hotel: J. H. Juing, A.
Rippa, B. Plnder, C. SeHn, 0. M. Parks,
J. Dahl, Seattle; W. A. Ahorn, Ames,
Iowa; W. H. Luksdoy, San Francisco;
H. R. Plate, New York; W. J. Walsh,
H. L. Davis, Tacorna; E. J. Fetterly,
Allegheny, Pa.; 0. Hoff, Sheep check.
Stampede?Some grab.
National Forest Timber For Sale
Sealed bids will be received by the
Forest Supervisor, Ketchikan, Alaska,
up to and Including May 9, 1914, for
900,000 feet B. M. of spruce and hem
lock saw timber upon a designated
area of approximately 60 acres lying
directly back o! Cape of Straits, Ku
preanof Island, 1,000 feet deep and ex
tending 2,600 feet to tho westward,
Tongass National Forest, Alaska. No
bid of less than $1.00 per M b. f. for
spruce, and 60 cents per M b. f. for
hemlock will be considered. Deposit
with bid $600. The right to reject any
and all bids reserved. Before bids aro
submitted full information concerning
the timber, the conditions of sale, and
the submission of bids should be ob
tained from the Forest Supervisor,
Ketchikan, Alaska.
Lot 8, Block 119, beautirul view for
?esidence. $800.00
Lot 4, Block 24; a fine corner for
m apartment building. $4,600.
Lot 2, Block 113 with house. A bar
gain for $4,000.00.
Lots 7 and 8, Block 9. Tills Is one
if the best double cornora In tho city
One half of lot 2, block 9, Good lo
:atlon for offices. Fair building.
Lots 3 and 4, Block 6, with 3 good
Lot 6, Block 1, graded. Good busl
icss location.
One half Interest in lot 6, Block 4,
with good bulldlngB.
Lots 21 and 22, Block 1, Pacific
2oast addition. Splendid business lo
I have some good bargains in water
front property.
You can arrange terms on all of tho
Call at Juneau Iron Works, Phone
Alice M. Jordlson, teacher of mando
lin, guitar and banjo; studio 5 and 6,
Sarslde building, or enquire Juneau
Music Store. 2-4-tf.
Rental* and General Collection*
Auditing and Accounting
Agents Northern Life Insurance Co.
Cheney Bldg. Phone 297
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J [ teon rooms with bath?strictly ' [
* J first class cafe?centrally locat- J *
0 ed?big sample rooms. Auto o
3I meets all steamers?rates: $1.60 3 3
J 3 per day and up?commercial 3 \
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33 P. L. Gemmett, Pres. & Mgr. 33
33 F. H. McCoy, Secy-Treas. 33
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The Renovatory ::
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1 Goods Called for and Delivered 13
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:: Arctic Fur and ??
::Curio Store::
Is now ready to make
and repair all kinds of ||
II Fur goods, White Furs ::
carefully cleaned with
" out the use of acids. ||
I! We also carry a full ::
line of curios and souv
|| enlrs. All Eskimo cur- ||
:: los made on the prem
Front Street?
:; Next to City Dock ::
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Juneau Paint Co.
Have opened their new store
next to the Mayflower Bar.
SIGNS: Estimates furnished
free. Jobs none too small and
nono too large.
?See Us?
McDonald & Aitken
Phone 228
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?; Notions Notions ? ?
:: The ::
ilNew Store i
; | next to i. Goldstein's, Front St. | |
Every time you ? ?
? ? Call and we will supply you with
:: notions ::
;; Mrs.A.Christopher ;;
I I Proprietor !!
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jjWorthen Lumber:;
jj Lumber and Shinglesj:
Juneau, Alaska
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;; and only one j;
:: in skagway::
** and that's the BOARD OF TRADE! Erery- J |
.. thinic your heart dealrea la found here, , .
? ? Wc smile and welcome the stranger to the ? ?
| * Gateway City.
!;; Tuck. Flaharty, - Proprietor;;
Skagway, Ai^dka ''
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Telephone 11 P. 0. Box 49$ ? ,
Grocery 25?,
Wholesale and Retail Dealora in
Staple and fancy Groceries,
Clothing, Men's Furnishings,
Boots and Shoes
Miners' and Fishermen's Outfitting
a Specialty
Shampooing, Manicuring
and Facial Massage
at Your Home by Appointment.
MISS P. WAGONER, Phono ttflt
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| The Alaska Grill ii
IThc Beit Appointed ? 1
Place In Town ? ;
Best of Everything Served !!
at Moderate Prices ;;
in mm mil >
Phone 5-8-8 Strictly Pint CIiM
Juneau Construction Co.
Store and office fixtures. Mission
Furniture. Planing Mill. Wood
Turning. Band Sawing.
Juneau, Alaska
Try a
Mecca Fizz
"Smooth as Silk"
Pabst's Blue Ribbon Bear
On Draught
i Heidelberg
: LIQUOR C0? Inc.
J 3 3 Largest Stock Best Brands of 33
<? LIQUOR8 and WINES for O
33 Mailorders Phono 386 33
J 3 A Specialty Free Delivery 33
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Alaska's Pioneer
Headquarters for all kinds of
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1 III 11 111 I III 111II1M1IH-;
? ? 'Phono 2-4-2. 128 Front SL ? ?
:: onearer s iarlor
? ? We do Cleaning, Pressing and ??
|) Repairing. ] )?
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; | We call and. deliver j'
|) Good Work. Prompt Service. j j
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:: Juneau Transfer Co.
;; phone 48 !3
ii COAL |
3 3 Moving Carefully Dons ;j
< > Baggage to and from All Boata J
<' 37 FRONT 8T. 3 3
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The jolly crowd, the good amokes,
the pleasant play will make you happy
day by day. Play pool at Burford's
and take the kinks out of your liver.
, 2-16-tf.

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