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iORPHEUM !
JOHN T. SPICKETT. Prop.
:: Photo Plays :
of Licensed Film Co. Only
:: PERFORMANCE :
!! Every Nijsrht
.. First Show commences 7:30 p. m.
;; Matinee, Sundays ONLY ;;
?> 2:30 p.m. USUAL PRICE
:: FOOT MAIN STREET jj
1 -4-M I M I I II M I M I I I 1 I 1 I | |.. .
II I I M II I 1 1 I I I I I I I I I 1 1 I 1 1 I
:: Keyless Padlocks ii
Just Received
!! Going Like Hot Cakes
;; Tools-Machinery
GASTINEAU HARDWARE and
MACHINERY CO.
?ii 111 n II 111111 I 111111 nT
McDonald & hart
Contractors and Builders
Office at McCloskey's Cipar Store
Front Street
J. S. MORGAN^
GENERAL TRANSFER
Res. Phone 3802, Day Phone 304
Stand, "Renovatory," Franklin St.
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I 1 New Spring Stock Ha? Arrived , (
< , You are invited to rail and make your '1
] , selection. All work Kuaruntved. '1
j: W. HEID0RN
Tailoring f
| [ Carl Oltoa. Cutter aad Fitter
1 > 222 Seward St. Phone 268 [
ST. GEORGE HOUSE.
?+?
Everything new. Good light and
well ventilated rooms. Baths, electric
light. Good board.
Reasonable rates by the day. week
or month. 4-lS-tf
MRS. A. E. HOULIHAN.
When hungry, hit the trail for the
Stampede, cor. Front and Franklin.
2-12-tf.
|L U M B E R
for BUILDINGS, BOXES, CRATES, & other purposes
i rr 4 from Rough Timbers to Kiln Seasoned. Fin
ALL ulval/ljij Ishing Material of the Best Quality.
PROMPT ATTENTION TO ORDERS
SOUTH PACIFIC LUMBER & BOX COMPANY
W. C. BBNTLEY. Sol.. M.u*x. MilUand OTicc PETERSBURG, ALASKA
I 1 I I I I I I* H I'M I I I I I 1 I I I I 1 M 1 1 1 Ml I'M I 1 I- l-M-l-I ?! 11 I 11 I -l-l
I OCCIDENTAL HOTEL AND ANNEX |
Occidental Hotel Co., J. P. Olds, Mgr., European Plan
Headquarters for Mining Men and Commercial Travelers X
FRONT STREET Opposite Post Office Pbone 1-1 T
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'.t'. i'. I'rrirt*1."1."1."'.'1."1."1.11"'.''."1."'."1.\li
THE TAVERN -FirstClass Cafe |
Private Box to for Ladies and Private Banquet Boom for Parties
" o . j n ' ? IT 11 J BUTIKICH BROTHERS !!
.. Service and Cuisine Unexcelled. ?
Proprietors.
ii 111 m 1111 ii n 11 m i m 1111 n i m m m m n n m
Rates Reasonable Third and Harris Street. Juneau
TheBERGM ANN
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.
EVERY HOD OF MORTAR
or cement that goes into the con
struction of a buihling decides to
a certain degree the character of
that building. Good materials only
will make a good building. To at
tempt to save by the use of poor
materials is foly. The best is the
cheapest as those experts who use
our materiols exclusively know by
experience.
Alaska Supply Co.
I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I In I I I I I I I 1 II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I M
$5,000.00
!! was paid to advertise the s le of Electric Coffee Percolaters !!
11 at $7.50 each in a weekly magazine for one issue. ;;
We are selling the best electric coffee percolater made ;;
I > for $5.00 each, but we do not pay such an enormous sum for !!
\ I advertising. I'
;; ALASKA ELECTRIC LIGHT & POWER CO. j;
; ; Third and Franklin St#. Juneau, Alaska. ; *
|b. M. behrends, Banker
JUNEAU, ALASKA
THE OLDEST BANK IN ALASKA
Established 1887
Interest Paid on Member
Savings Accounts American Bankers' A'ssn.
MM
MAURICE LEEHEY NOT
INTERESTED IN ROUTES
A letter received from Alaurico D.
Leehey, the well known mining law
yer of Seattle, who has an extensive
Alaska law practice, and who was at
torney for the original Chlsana loca
tors who won their suits recently
at Cordova, say* he is not interested
In any particular route for Alaska's
railroad.
Several days ago it was published
in various Alaska newspapers that
Mr. Leehey had purchased 15 town
lots at Seward and that he believed
that the Alaska railroad would be
built from that place.
Mr. Leehey. writing under date of
April 21 from Seattle, says:
To the Editor:?In a recent issue
you mentioned my purchase of town
lots at Seward, and added that I
believe Seward " will be the terminus
of the railroad to the Alaska interior."
I am not vain enough to suppose
that anyone cares what I believe on
that subject. Out I fear the state
ment may cause some people to. mis
construe my activity in behalf of Al
aska railway legislation, and perhaps
also that of my associates in the Al
aska Bureau with whom I spent some
months in Washington doing what
little we could to secure the early
passage or tne Dill, i nope nououy
will believe 1 had or have any special
interest whatever in any particular
route, or any interest other than the
general benefits of Alaska develop
ments.
The lots mentioned were really
deeded me in trust to carry 'out a con
tract by which a law suit was set
tled. It was only natural that your
Seward correspondent should assume
it to be a purchase, based on such be
lief. but I have no information and
have taken no interest In the dis
cussion of the merits of different
routes.
Yours very truly,
MAURICE D. LEEHEY.
HUMPHREY'S PARTISANSHIP.
Representative Humphrey of Wash
ington is occupying a good deal of the
time of the House with his partisan
speeches. Possibly he aspires soon
to be in the class of Representative
Mann of Illinois, the minority leader,
who seems to be persuaded that parti- j
san bitterness aud recklessness of
speech are the best proof of good
generalship.?New York World.
Pill your stomach.
And fill it quick.
At the Stampede
They do the trick.
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LEAGUE BA8EBALL
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NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE.
Won Lost PcL
Spokane 11 3 .786
Vancouver 8 6 .616
Seattle 8 6 .671
Tacoina i 7 7 .500
Victoria 4 9 .308
Portland 3 11 .214
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE.
Won Lost Pet
San Francisco 16 10 .616
Venlco 16 10 .600
Los Angeles 12 .13 .480
Oakland 11 12 .478
Portland 8 12 .400
Sacramento 9 14 .391
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Won liost Pot.
Chicago 7 4 .636
Detroit 7 ? 4 .636
Washington 5 4 .656
New York 4 4 .600
Boston 5 5 .600
St. Louis 5 6 .466
Philadelphia 4 5 .444
Cleveland 3 8 .273
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Won Lost Pet.
Pittsburgh 8 2 .800
Brooklyn \ 5 2 .714
Philadelphia 5 3 .625
New York 3 4 .429
Chicago 4 6 .400
Cincinnat i 5 G .465
St. Louis 4 7 .364
Boston 2 6 .250
NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE.
Yesterday's Scores:
At Spokane?Spokane, 5; Seattle, 0.
At Vancouver?Vancouver, 1; Victor-1
ia, 0.
At Tacoma?Portland, 3; Tacoma, 1.
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE.
Yesterday's Scores:
At Oakland?Oakland, 8; Sacramento,
1.
At Portland?Portland, 4; San Francis
co. 3.
At Los Angeles?Los Angeles, 6 Ven
# ice, 0.
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Yesterday's Scores:
At New York?New York, 1; Boston. 0.
At Detroit?Detroit, 1; Chicago, 0.
Eleven innings.
At Philadelphia?Washington, 6; Phil
adelphia, 4.
At St. Louis?St. Louis, 6; Cleveland,
3'
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Yesterday's Scores:
At Brooklyn?Philadelphia. G: Brook-!
lyn, 2.
At Boston?Boston-New York game
postponed: rain.
At Chicago?Pitsburgh, 7; Chicago. 0.
At Cincinnati?Cincinnati, 5; St. Lou
is, 3.
FEDERAL LEAGUE.
Yesterday's Scores:
At Chicago?Chicago. 2: Baltimore, 1.
At Indianapolis?Indianapolis, 2; Pitts-!
burgh. 0.
At Kansas CitjS^ Kansas City, 10;
Brooklyn. 7.
At St. Louis?St. I,ouis, 6; Buffalo, 5.
WHITEHORSE AS FOX
FARMING CENTER
Whitehorse, from present indica
tions. gives promise of becoming the
center of one of the biggest industries
of the^ present age, that of fox breed
ing and raising. Already one com
pany has been formed, backed by a
number of the most promncnt men in
tKsv TAMUAM. ~ .. S~
tut- icuuur^i ttiiu arrKu^cuit'iKB ait: >
under way for the formation of an
other which will likely be followed by
others in the future. Showings made
by similiar industries in the east, New
Brunswick. Prince Edward Island and
Massachusetts, prove the fox business '
to be one of the best paying of all
modern industries. Whltehorse is
admirably situated for the fox busi- 1
ness, being practically in the center
of the greatest fur country on the 1
American continent. The location of
a number of fox farms at or near
Whitehorse will prove a great stimu-1
lus to local trade.?Whitehorse Star.
ALASKAN HOTEL ARRIVALS. 1
The following arrivals are register- 1
ed at the Alaskan hotel: C. L. Peters '
and wife, F. Dixon and family, Mrs. '
Olaf Lystad, H. Howard, Seattle; J. '
G. Manville, Buckley; H. R. Plate, '
New York: W. T. McLeod, Seward:
George Blomskay, Taku Harbor: Johr. (
Blase, McCarthy.
ALTAR SOCIETY MEETS.
The Ladles' Altar Society of the !
Catholic Church will hold its first Fri- 1
day meeting at Mrs. P. H. White's, 1
Kennedy and Fifth streets, tomorrow <
afternoon.
Buy a meerschaum pipe at Burford's
and treat yourself, to a satisfying
smoke after dinner. 2-16-tf
Try a want ad. in The Empire.
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 8treet
JACKLING PROPERTY
SHOWS BIG GAINS
The Boston News Bureau, one of
the leading financial papers of the
country, commenting upon the show
ing for March and indications for
April for the Utah Copper company,
one of Col. D. C. Jackllng properties,
says:
"Preliminary figures indicate that f
for the month of March the Utah Cop- ?
per Co. registered a new high record J
output at 12,700,000 pounds. This is
almost 1,000,000 pounds larger than
any previous month and is at the rate
of over 150,000,000 pounds per an
num. It goes without saying that
this production is vastly in excess of
the output shown by any single mln-:
lug operation in the world.
"The company is now beginning to(
reap the benefits of the advance in J
the stripping work, and it is more
than likely that the present month of
April will also record a very large out
put.
"Present results are not due to any i
excessively large tonnage treated, but J
to the better grade of ore now being!
mined."
SALMON CREE KHUMMING.
Things are humming at Salmon
creek. Double crews?night and day
forces?are working in the pits and
quarles getitng out sand and gravel
for the concrete construction on the
big impounding dam which has already |
been resumed. As soon as large j
enough supply of material is on hand;
a night force will be engaged in pour-:
ing. At present' only a day crow is en-1
gaged in this work but good progress
is being made.
BERLIN BROKERS GET
AFTER CANADIAN PACIFIC
BERLIN, April 30? A banker rep
resenting muny members of Berlin
Bourse has applied to the listing com
mittee to excludo any further listings
of Canadian-Pacific stock because the
prospectus issued by the company in
March for $60,000,000 of new stock
contained no mention of the case
pending for a reduction of western
freights. ,
IMMIGRATION IS FALLING
OFF AT RAPID RATE !
NEW YORK, April 30. ?Chairman !
Booth of the Cunard Steamship com-!!
pany says immigration to the United '
States and Canada is "falling off at ;
t rapid rate. Particularly is that true .
pf Canada. Business conditions arc!!
ess favorable in that country than in ]
the United States." i<
30V. GLYNN LIKES HIS \]
NEW BANKING LAW <
ALBANY. N. Y., April 30. ? Gov. ;
Martin H. Glynn, of New York, has1;
signed the new banking law, which. <
le declared, would give New York !
the best banking law of any state in J
the Union.
New York Comments on (
Skagway.
Women won in Skagway's election;
n Alaska by buying cigars and lunch
?s for the men voters. Men must be!
'uplifted" somehow. ? New York
World.
SOCIAL UNION MEETS.
The Women's Social Union will meet
Friday at 2 p. m. at the home of Mrs.
Walter Bathe.
FORMER GOV. DRAPER
LEAVES $3,000,000 ESTATE
BOSTON, April 30.?It is estimated
that the estate of former Governor
Eben S. Draper will exceed $3,000,000.
?
"Foreninst the Government."
Leader'Jim Mann ought to remove
himself from out of the Washington at
mosphere for a time. Mr. Mann de
clares that the surest way to rehabili
tate the Republican party is to pre
sent a solid front against the Wilson
administration. In other words, no
matter what the issue, no matter
where the right lies, it will help the
Republican party if it will line up sol
idly against the Democratic adminis
tration. Mr. Mann has yet to learn
that the "old stuff" in politics no long
er has an eflleacy. The people are not
now permitting the leaders to do their
thinking for them.?Lincoln Common
er.
EXTRA?SPECIAL.
Tonight and Tomorrow Night.
Pathe Weekly with all the latest
events, will be shown, also the special
two reel feature "Tanmndra, the Gyp
sy," a pretty story of Gypsy love?a
monastery and a slum worker?this is
produced by a star cast of the Lubin
Co. A strong Edison drama and two;
good comedies, complete the show, j
Tonight Is the night to be on hand1
with your coupons. Watch for the
"Wild Anlmnls."
^
NOTICE.
*
Juneau Lodge, No. 700, L. O. 0. M?
will observe its Memorial Sunday at i
Odd Fellows' hall, Sunday, May 3,
1914, 8 p. m. All members, their fam-t
ilies and sojourning brothers are re-;
quested to attend.
HUGO IIEIDORN,
T. J. McCAUL,
DR. P. J. MAHONE,
L. VAN LEHN,
4-30-3t. Committee. [
MAY DAY DANCE.
? ?
Don't forget the date, May 1st. May j
Day Dance, benefit Juneau Public Lib
rary. Tickets $1.00 per couple. Single
tickets and children 50 cts. 4-29-3t.
Royal typewriters. See W. H. Case.
?3-17-tf.
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 typewriters. 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 fl.00 a month delivered.
ALASKA MEAT COMPANY John Reck, Mgr.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Manufacturers of all Kinds of Sausages Our Hams and Bacon Are
Home-Smoked
' staple''and fancy groceries |
O *9
o Wo Appreciate Your Trade and Make Our Prices Low In Order to ?
O Merit It
!! PHONE 385 J. M. GIOVANETTI |
FINE POULTRY ?iAvGE
Full lino fresh and curod mcata?Government Inspected. Try our Wild Rose Lard
Frye-Bruhn Market
C W. YOUNG COMPANY
Mining, Logging and Pishing Supplies
Plumbing and Tinning?Garden Tools
Garden Barrows-Paints, Oils, Brushes'
? you arc particular and want the best FISHING
I* OUTFIT, cither 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
Baseball Supplies, Guns, Ammunition
Furniture, Carpets, Office Desks, Go-Carts, Coasters
APPLES
j; We received today fifty boxes of Extra Fancy Winesap j;
apples. These we offer at $3.00 a box until sold.
11 We have a good apple for \ [j
$2.50 a box
j H. J. RAYMOND ?55 J
I JUNEAU THEATRE
srrnmn AND SEWARD=
Formal Opening Saturday, May 2nd
TWO SHOWS-7:30 and 9
Four reels of latest and best films
ADMISSION : : : : Adults, 25c; Children, 10c
SI Come in and be clothed with the Greatest Clothes on Earth 1
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