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GUARANTEED RELIEF
FROM ALL BO WELL ILLS
IC your bowels are out of order. In
stead of using some harsh salt or oth
er physic, take a Kexall Orderlio to
night, and tomorrow you will feel
great. They taste good and act sc
easily that there isn't a particle ol
griping or purging, nor the excessive
looseness that follows the taking ol
salts and most pills. They soothe and
strengthen the bowels, promptly re
lieving the constipation, making it un
likely to occur again.
We don't believe there is any other
bowel remedy anywhere near as good,
and at the same time so easy and
pleasant to take as Kexall Orderlies.
We know you will agree with us and
believe you will thank us for telling
you about them. If they don't satis
fy you in every way. come back and
tell us and we will give back your
money without a word or question.
You have no reason to hesitate when
we give you the opportunity, as we
hereby do. to try them at our risk.
In vest pocket tin boxes; 10c. 25c. 50c.
You can buy Kexall Orderlies only
at The Kexall Stores, and In this town
only of us. Wm. Britt. Juneau and
Skagway. Alaska.
MAKING IT HARD
ON MISSIONARIES
A peculiar case has just ended in
Juneau. One of Archdeacon Stuck's
"low-down whites" sold an Indian
whiskey, and was arrested therefor.
The whiskey seller was acquitted up
on the grouuds that under statutes
the Indian is a citizen of the United
States.
The citizenship of this Indian was
established by the fact that he claims
no tribal rights in Alaska and can
read and write and answer the prin
cipal questions and must be ans
wered by a foreigner to obtain citi
zenship in the United States. He told
the court that George Washington was
the first president of the United States
that Theodore Roosevelt had been
president; that Woodrow Wilson is
now president, and that William H.
Taft preceded Wilson in the presi
dency. He admitted that he reads
newspapers and magazines, can waltz
and two-step, but that he cannot dance
the Tango. The jury decided that any
Indian who could "go" that strong
was a citizen of the United States.
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-? We do Cleaning, Pressing and
I) ? Repairing. "
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back
We call and deliver
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Mailorders Phone 386
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That would seem to put tho mis
sionaries of tho interior up against a
condition. They nro endeavoring to
- educate the Indians and make good
- citizens of them, and also to keep
? them from getting hold of whiskey.
I If they educate them to citizenship
> they will educate them to whiskey,
t for any citizen. Indian or white, has
i a right to buy whiskoy or drink
! whiskey, unless such citizen has been
Interdicted for habituul drunkenness.
This would seem to make the mis
sionary game a harder one. ? Fair
banks News-Miner.
TUBE QUARTZ MILL
WILL OPERATE SOON
The little 140-ton tube quartz mill
of the llailum construction company
that is being installed on oue of the j
Salmon creek properties held under [
option by the George It. Noble syndi- j
cate will be ready ,/or operation by?
the end of the week, according to j
John I'erelle who is in charge of dovel-1
op nent work for the company.
The new dam will be finished this i
week so that ti?re will be water pow-'
er botli fcr operating the mill aud for
the compressor used In the mine de
velopment. A two-compartment shaft
is being sunk on the property and it
has now reached a depth oj. 150 feet.
All told 32 men are employed on the
property.
BRANDENSTEINS LIKE
THE NORTHERN COUNTRY
Charles Brandenstein and wife who
have been guests of the Hotel Cain
while in Juneau, departed for the
South on the Northwestern this morn
ing. They will stop off at Wrangell
and visit in that section before con
I tinuing their journey. Mr. and Mrs.
i Brandenstein have been touring the
j Coast cities to the Westward and are
now doing Southeastern Alaska towns.
They are delighted with their exper
iences in Alaska and greatly impressed
with the great natural resources and
the wonderful scenery of the country.
RELIANCE MAN HERE.
W. G. Martin, of the National Gro
cery company. Seattle, arrived in Ju
neau on a recent boat and is a guest of
the Hotel Cain. Mr. Martin is demon
strating the famous "Reliance" brand
of teas and coffees for his house to
the Juneau trade.
BODY SHIPPED TO TACOMA.
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The body of Oscar F. Nyquist, the
young Tacoma man who committed
suicide at Sheep creek a few days
ago was shipped to Tacoma aboard
the Northwestern this morning.
Striking Difference.
There are more lights in the harbors
of and within 100 miles of New Eng- i
land fishing villages than there are in
the entire inland waters of Alaska,
through which passes a commerce of
the value of $60,000,000 a year.?Seat
tle Post-Intelligencer.
GEORGIA ARRIVALS.
The Georgia, arriving from Lynn
canal ports brought the following pas
sengers for Juneau: From Skagway?
F. E. Parsons: from Kensington?Al
bert Miller. Pete Miller, Rene Miller,
S. Deschamps; from Jualin ? Frank
jFremming: from Yankee Cove?Good
; man Jensen.
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HARRY GABRIEL GOING SOUTH
Harry Gabriel, with the Alaska Gas-,
tineau company's Sheep creek division,
will be a Southbound passenger on the -
next Spokane. He is accompanying
his sister, Mrs. L. J. Wilhelin of Sitka .
who is going to Phoenix, Ariz. Mr.
Gabriel will return as far as Los An
geles. where he will spend a couple
of weeks, returning to Juneau again
the latter part of next month.
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STARTING FOR AUK BAY.
H. R. Plate, the well known mining
engineer, is preparing to start develop
ment work at Auk Bay. The launch
Murellet took one load of supplies to
the property yesterday and tomorrow
Mr. Plate will take another load and a
small crew along for the purpose of
establishing camp and beginlnng the
preliminary work. About forty men
will be employed during the summer.
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Rates Reasonable Thinf 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 j
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B. L. THANE LEAVES
KETCHIKAN FRIDAY
B. L. Thane, who had been called to
Ketchikan to consult with Attorney L.
F. Shucklcford, attorney for tho com
pany, on matters concerning the Al
aska Gastlneau Mining company, will
leave that city tomorrow for Juneau.
He should be here Satruday.
GEORGE WELSH AND
WIFE TO LEAVE JUNEAU
George Welsh has sold out his In
terest In the Juneau Liquor company
and will be leaving with Mrs. Welsh
some time next week for the States.
It is their intention to make their
home in the future iu one of the Pa
'clflc Coast States and engage in farm
ing. They will not hurry about locat
ing but will look over the advantages
to bo offered In Washington, Oregon
and California. Mr. Welsh came to
Alaska fifteen years ago and has re
sided in tho country continuously since
that time. "I hate to leave Juneau."
said Mr. Welsh this morning, but on
account of my health will have to make
a change. I think the quiet farm life
will have a beneficial efTect." Mr.
Welsh has had eye trouble for some
time, and this trouble will receive at
, tention at once.
GOING AND COMING ON
THE NORTHWESTERN
The Northwestern arrived from the
Westward this morning with the fol
lowing passengers for Juneau: W. G.
Wetzler, S. B. Tabrie. Florence John
son. Alta Micla, P. Burns, Frank Schu
ster, M. S. Campbell, Robert Scott, J.
J. Crossley.
Departing for the South the follow
ing took passage from Juneau:For Se
attle?W. W. Sherman, I. E. Klnsler,
L. L. Clay, Mrs. J. A. Curley, Hazel
W. Whitfield. John F. Duncan, 0. M.
Tillman. J. Hanson, Ernest Johnson.
E. J. Witcher; for Wrangell?Cha.-les
Brandenstein and wife.
VOLUNTEERS WANTED
FOR SUNDAY'S WORK
VOLUNTEERS WANTED-to make
sandwiches and servo to the army of
workers at the baseball and recreation
park next Sunday. Volunteers are al
so wanted to create the army of work
ers that are to build the bleachers.
The board of managers for the Juneau
baseball club have decided to make a
gala day of it and have a barbecue
luncheon with hot coffee for all the
workers. Automobiles will convey the
ladies who make the sandwiches and
serve them, to the grounds. The J.H.S.
band will be requlsititioned to head
the parade out to the park and a
"movie" man will be there to take
an animated picture of the throng in
action. Everybody is urged to turn
out and help make the day a success.
WORK BEGINS TODAY
ON LEAMING BILLIARD
This morning work was started on
the new building that is being erected |
by Charles Goldstein for the J. K.
Learning billiard parlors and bowling
alley. Contractor Qulst has the mat
ter In hand and will rush the work as
rapidly as possible.
SEATTLE COMMERCIAL CLUB
SENDING DELEGATION NORTH
The Seattle Commercial Club it i
preparing to send a delegation of its
members on a trip along the Alaska
coast. It will visit all Southeastern
and Southwestern Alaska.
NOTICE.
The street committee of the City
of Juneau will receive sealed bids for
the roofing of the coal shed on the
city wharf with corrupated galvanized
iron roofing up until 12 m. Monday,
April 27th. Those desiring, can get in
formation as to the dimensions of the
said roof from T. Banbury at the city i
wharf.
The committe reserves the right to
reject any and all bids.
4-23-3t. E. W. PETTIT,
City Clerk. ?
ALTAR SOCIETY MEETS. j
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The Ladies' Altar Society of the
Catholic church will meet Friday after- i
noon at the home of Mrs. W. Gcddes. ]
121 Gold street. I
HAYES RECEIVES TEAM. ,
Supt. J. C. Hayes of the Alaska road i
commission this morning received a
fine team of horses that were shipped ]
from Valdez on the Northwestern. |
WE HAVE TOO MUCH. s
Moving prices on wall paper. Amer- ]
lean Paint Co., opposite Doran's Drug
Store. 4-22-3L (
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THIRD WOULD-BE DEFENDER
TO BE NAMED "VANITIE"j<
NEW YORK, April 23.?The third
of the three contestants for the honor
of defending the America's cup will '
be named "Vanitle." The other two,
the New York Yacht Club's flag offi
cers' syndicate yacht that is being
built by the Hereshoffs, and the Trl
City (New York, Boston and Phila
delphia) syndicate's yacht will be tho
"Defiance" and "Resolute" respective
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RUSSIA PREPARES TO
RAISE OWN-COTTON
ST. PETERSBURG, April 23.?The
Coffee, better than your mother ever
made, at the Sampede Restaurant.?
?2-19-tf.
Announcing New Arrivals in MEN'S SHIRTS
THE MEN who are most particular in the matter of patterns, fabrics and perfection of fit are the men
who appreciate the exclusive designs and superb style that characterizes these shirts, and these men
will require no second invitation to call and inspect these latest spring creations.
BOYER HATS
$3.50
Illustrated Is one of our new Boyers
for the young fellow who desires
something right up to the minute.
They sell for $3.50, yet contains $5
worth of service.
"Indestructo"
trunks
'"JpHE "INDESTRUCTO" label on your luggage stands
for that "built in" strength and endurance which
is capable of thousands of miles of travel and years
of service. Your "Indestructo" trunk must give you
five years of honest service or you get a new one free.
Every "Indestructo" trunk is registered against loss and insured against
damage by fire or wreck.
B. M. BEHRENDS COMPANY
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NELSON'S AUTO STAGE
Juneau-Shcep Creek Route
Leaves Junoiu 6:15 a. m., 11:30
a. m., and 5:00 p. m. Leaves Sheep
Creek 7:30 a. m., 1:00 p. m.. and
6:30 p. m. Wednesdays, same as
above with extra 3:00 p. m? and
9:00 p. m. from Juneau; 3:30 p. m.,
and 9:30 p. m. from Sheep Creek.
Saturdays? Leaves Juneau 11:30
a. in., 5:00 p. in., 9:00 p. in., and
10:00 p. m. Leaves Sheep Creek
1:00 p. m., 5:30 p. m., 9:30 p. m.,
and 10:30 p. m. Sunday schedule:
as Saturady, last two trips omitted.
Special trips between schedule trips
can be arranged. Leaves Juneau
Office, 129 Front St., at the Ford
Agency. 'Phone 294
Council of the Russian Empire is con
sidering measures by which Russin
may itself grow $50,000,000 worth of
cotton it now imports from Egypt
and America. The plan is to irrigate
aud colonize Hunger Steppe, in
Turkestan, at an expenditure of $350,
000,000.
Fill your stomach,
And fill it quick.
At the Stninpcdc
They do the trick.
The Empire $1.00 n month delivered
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MARINE NOTES
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The Al-Ki is expected to arrive from
the South late tomorrow night or Sat
urday morning.
The Spokane is expected to arrive
from Skagway Southbound tomorrow
afternoon at 3 o'clock.
The Jefferson Is expected to arrive
from the South tomorrow night or Sat
urday morning.
The Alameda sails from Seattle to
morrow night.
The Admiral Evans sails from Seat
tle Saturday.
The Humboldt Is scheduled to sail
from Seattle tomorrow.
The Princess May sailed South this
morning.
The Northwestern arrived from the
Westward and sailed South this morn
ing.
The Georgia sailed for Sitka this
morning.
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PERSONAL MENTION
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Frank Fremming, well known min
ing man returned to Juneau from Jual-I
in on the Georgia last night.
Goodman Jensen, one of the best J
known prospectors and mining men ar-:
rived in Juneau from Yankee Cove on;
:hc Georgia last night.
Robert Scott, well known commer- j
:ial man, traveling out of Juneau, ar-|
rived from the Westward on the North
western this morning.
L. L. Clay took passage on the
Northwestern this morning for Seat
:le on a brief business visit.
W. G. Wetzler, U. S. postofllce in
spector, arrived in Juneau aboard the
Northwestern this morning.
Rev. Father P. J. Mahoney, pastor;
>f the Catholic church at Ketchiktn,
irrived on the Mariposa, and is a guest
HARDY'S
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of Rev. Father A. R. Drathman of this!
city.
Mrs. E. J. Shaw, wife of former1
Mayor E. J. Shaw of Skagway, the!
new agent of the Alaska Steamship1
company at that place, was a North
bound passenger on the Mariposa, en
route to her home at Skagway.
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JOHN T. SPICKKTT, Prop. ?
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"Notre Dame"
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"The Man Who Might Have
Been"
" "The Heiress"
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I. You arc invited to call anil make your ' \
j. aelection. All work (tunranteed, ' '
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j|, Carl Olson, Cutter and Fitter
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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 1
Pennant Bread
In Sanitary Wrappers
Try It and you will use no other.
For sale by all grocers. Call the
Eureka Bakery
302 Franklin St. Phone 2122
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Don't work yourself to death. Spend
a pleasant evening with the boys at
Burford's. 2-16-tf.
Get the big feed of good grub at the
small price at the Stampede restau
rant. 2-26-tf.
Bargains on typewNters. See W.
H. Case. 3-17-tf
i Typewriters for rent. See W. H
Case. 3-17-tf.
{ Have some fun! Tickle the ivories
at Burford's 2-16-tf.
Fastest service on earth?Lightning
Stampede.
The Empire $1.00 a month delivered.
ALASKA MEAT COMPANY John Heck. Mgr.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Manufacturers of all Kinds of Sausages Our Hams and Bacon Are
Home-Smoked
2''&'TAP*LE''AND TANCY' GROCERIES ;>
0 We Appreciate Your Trade and Make Our Prices Low In Order to <>
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FINE POULTRY FR"~E
Full lino fre?h (Cnil cur?l meata?Government Inspected. Try our Wild Rose Lard
Frye-Bruhn Market XT'
C. W. YOUNG COMPANY
Mining, Logging and Fishing Supplies J
Plumbing and Tinning?Garden Tools
Garden Barrows-Paints, Oils, Brushes
? gy y?u are particular and want the best FISHING
I* OUTFIT, either for a gift or for your own use,
I don't fail to come and look at our large assort
ment of FISHING TACKLE, RODS, ETC.
Headquarters For
I Baseball Supplies, Guns, Ammunition
Furniture, Carpets, Office Desks, Go-Carts, Coasters
L U M B E R
for BUILDINGS, BOXES, CRATES, & other purposes
A r r PP 4HPC from Rough Timbers to Kiln Seasoned. Fin
inLLilJ UIVnl/Lllj Ishlng Material of the Best Quality.
PROMPT ATTENTION TO ORDERS
SOUTH PACIFIC LUMBER & BOX COMPANY
>V. C. BBNTLEY, Soles Manager. Mills an<l Office PETERSBURG, ALASKA
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! Occidental Hotel Co., J. P. Olds, Mgr., European Plan
Headquarters for Mining Men and Commercial Travelers J
FRONT STREET Opposite Post Office Phone 1-1 ?
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