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GLEANINGS OF GREAT NORTHERN EMPIRE j i .. ?J: Harry Pratt, tho young Fairbanks attorney, who went to New York last fail to have his eyes treated, writes to his father, Judge Louis K. Pratt, of ; Fairbanks, that the treatment was . completely successful, and that his sight is as good as ever it was. He expected to be in Seattle on the re turn trip to the North about May 1st. ? and would leave for Fairbanks on one 1 of the first boats going down the riv er. * * ? United States Commissioner John < F. Dillon, of Fairbanks. Is trying to get rid of $5.1)00 that Norah Moore was accused of running away with by Ben Dahl and on a charge for stealing *hich she was acquitted. Both Dahl 1 and Norah Moore have claimed the money and some of the lawyers have asserted a lein upon it for services rendered. In the meantime the gold dust is in the hands of the commis sioner. and he is unable to get rid of it. He Is seeking to have the court i designate to whom he shall deliver it. ' ? ? * The Seward Democratic Club recent-; ly elected Dr. C. T. Daggett, president; j W. E. Root first vice-president: J. E. 1 Fitzpatrick, second vice-president; 1 ?Charles Crawford, third vice-presi- 1 dent; George Phelps, secretary; O. H. 1 Reese, assistant secretary; H. E. Ells- 1 worth, treasurer; M. J. Doyle, mar- l shal; J. B. Slater, sergeant-at-arms; T.j( \V. Hawkins. John Noon and W. H. | Whittlesey, executive committee. The < :lub belongs to tbo National Assocla lon. ? ? ? Friends of Charles Smith, who is serving a 99-year sentence for murder sommitted at Tanana in 1909, aro seeking a pardon for him. ?? * ? l'he White road house at Sunrise was completely destroyed by lire. Tho Doohickey building adjoined was dam iged. The loss was estimated at $3500. ? m * The last remaining building at Itidgetop, on tho summit of tho divide between Dome and Vault creeks In the rairbanks district, was destroyed re cently when the Tanana Valley Hail road depot at that place burned. At sue time Kidgetop was quite a nourish ing place as the railway station for both Dome and Vault. \V. F. Thomp son, now editor and manager of the Fairbanks News-Miner, rau a newspap er there for some time. ? * * The barn of tho Orr stage line at Faxon's on the Fairbanks trail, was burned a week ago Saturday. * * * John Lyons and 10. E. ltitchle have formed a law partnership at Valdez. The latter was recently re-elected Mayor of Vnlde.z ? * * Tho old bark Kate Davenport, which las been used as a store ship at Scow bay by the Pacific Coast and Norway Packing company for several years, las been sold by the last named com pany to the Northwest Whaling com >any. The latter will use her for a; rollier. * * * Petersburg will have a special e!ec ? :? _ tlon Saturday, May 9th, to fill vacan- | cles in the town council. Two of I those elected at the April election re fused to qualify. ' ? * * * Robert Cole, of Valdez, has been ap pointed United States marshal at Dil lingham by United States Marshal Jas. Drenneman of the Third Division. * *' * Jack Cavana has been appointed , United States court commissioner at ( Naknck by Judge Fred M. Brown. * * * 1 The merchants of Fairbanks have or- v ganlzed a sort of "clearing house as- * soclation" to pass on the credit of pur- J chasers and to collect old debts. ? * ? < H. P. Wedting, deputy United States ? marshal at Iditarod, died recently and t Marshal L. R. KrwLn appointed T. E. ? Winecoff, a former minister of the gOB- ? pel to succeed him. ? * * 1 Robert Mcintosh, who recently ar- B rived at Cordova from the Nelchlna, 1 says pay running from 5 cents to 35 s cents to the pan has been discovered s on Willow creek in that district on several clntms. j ? ? ? o After lying Idle for nearly two years, c the whaling steamers Kodlak and Uni make of the newly organized Pacific I Sea products company, recently left a Seattle for the shore station of the company at Akutan. A few weeks ago, '? the company absorbed the Alaska a Whaling company, taking over Its vos- tl sels. equipment and statiion in the 8i North. The work of preparing the Yukon river fleets for the coming summer is being pushed with great rapidity. The 11 White Pass people will operate the ai largest list of steamers ever to run tl) under one flag on the great inland l" waterways of the Northern Intortor. That company is preparing to lnunc\ W steamers at Whitehorse, Hootalinqu*,'? Lower Lebarge, Dawson, Fairb^^;VUfc St. Michael and other places. ? * ? at O. Game wardens in the Tanana dis trict have announced tttat the game laws will bo enforced this year and ov hat sportsmen win not be permitted lh o kill game birds during their mlgra- A1 ion toward the' hforth. 1 ? V-ifi. . * AH The Fairbanks'^ city, httornev re- 1,3 ?iected Albert j, Pa\Ui. munU^pal mag strate and, clej# Oe^. Hufchlp on. treasure,^-. T, * Marquam, aft. ornej ) Frank 9, Wiseman. qhJni oV.ce; Jo*. J, Buckley,!^'-' f w nd WradU^ chief; m \ - physician. Late Fajr^j^>- ? b, lg Infspj^" papers say thatMIn- ^ or8 Sumner S. Smith and m Maloney are inspecting th ,? ..ines in that section. ^ MUCH BUILDING ? NOW 'JNDER WAY ^or-.dnUed from Page 1 8ubs'^Titlnl as stoel and concrete can "'^ko them. St- Ann's New Building. The mew building for St. Ann's hos is now rapidly approaching th? iinishing stage on the outside. It is ! one of the largest and most improsaivo looking buildings in Juneau and when, completed! will be recognized as ono of the heat buildings in Alaska. Gustafson riats. Work will begin soon on the Gustaf son flat building on Gastineau avenue near First street. The building is to contain four 4-roonr modern flats, with an accommodation, basement for all of the tenants. Flat Building Ready June 1. The Bathe Hat building being orect-J cd by Walter Biithe on Gastineau avenue wilt be completed It is thought by June 1. The "building contains four modern 4-coom flats. All of them j have been spokem for in actvance. 1 Hurley-Wulzen Apartments. The Hurley-WuLzen apartment build ing is practically completed and ready* for occupancy. It occupies a good site between lower Front street and Gastineau avenue and contains 12 good apartments. * ? sd uuiuslcih ounuii'yi The Isa Goldstein store bulidiiig onj Front street is practically completed> and ready for the plasterers. Besides the large store room on the street J floor there are many apartments on the second floor. Begin on Jaeger Houses. Work has been started on the j three handsomo cottages that are be ing erected on West 9th street be tween Golden Belt avenue and Dixon street for E. R. Jaeger. Two of the cottages are to be 4-room and bath and the other will be a 7-room house two stories in height. All of them have full sized basements. Cobb Cottages Started. I J. H. Cobb has begun construction ; on two handsome 5-room residences ? on Dixon street in the Golden Belt I addition. They are to be very sub * stantially built, concrete entering ? largely into the construction. ? Sperry Cottages Done. I The new cottage home for Bert ? Sperry on his fine view lot at the ? head of Main street is practically com * pleted. This is one of the prettiest | and most comfortable cottages in * town. . Completing Busch Cottage. t The handsome cottage being erect ? cd for William Busch on Court House t hill is rapidly nearing completion. It L has a commanding view of Gastineau P channel. r Sharlck's Houses Rented. L I. J. Sharick is building two double [ houses on Gastineau avenue and they ? are now nearly completed. These were ? rented long ago and many applicants * were turned away . DELAY FOR ALASKA COMMISSION BILL Continued from Page 1 ahum says "conforms to tho recom mendations of Secretary Lane," pro vides for a commission of five, to con sist of tho Governor, tho Surveyor General, uud three commissioners to ' je named by the President by and vlth the consent and advice of the Senate, to be known as iho "Alaska Vdiniuistrative Commission." The bill provides that "at least two )f tho fivo" members of said 1 :onimission at tho time of their ap- ' )olutment, "shall have been resident* c >f Alaska for at least two years prior ^ o the date of appolntmont, and not . nore than threo of said members hall belong to the samo political inriy. The term of olllco of each uomber Bhall be four years, unless P ooner removed by the prcsldont." This provision would prevont tho 'resident from appointing more than no Democrat to membership on tho 1 ommission in addition to the Gov mor and Surveyor General, wbft re made members. Ail members of the commission c icluding tho Surveyor General, are r llowed salaries equal to that nllovjdj \ 10 Governor now?$7,000 a your* apd ' ubslstenco when away Iro^ Junbaiu' ^ Headquarters *1 Juneau."' ' The headquarter or UiJ Wilsalon 1 re fixed at Juneri^ Wft iB provided * ?at it shall coquet Us business here J noar,y. that Is practicable, 8 'Q.igi ueetlhgR of the commission. u 'ay called at other places. Three f cabers- constitute a quorum of the P >m mission. The commission Is per- b ltted to employ such clerks and other I1 isistants as may be necessary. All $ ?rmauent employees, except experts 8 e placed under the civil service,' ' t Jurisdiction Over Roads, b The commission la given authovUy c er the roads, trolls and bridge 0f II e territory that if* u0\V vcrned la tho ? "*ki, T* ut o <J. tcaualor supervisory authority ov,- At t? branch of the government in v"f i a. Crt:m the Wa^ Department * "" l V^t^eui of the Interior - ^ ? ^nd Telegram" '* ( *>.? government o' ',n ,d cable- .lues i - J'*;?"' , itbln to. J? ?" ^ '? ission, a- com- , iom as ' ^ such authority over , t|, aeretoiore has been exercised ^ .e W?r Department Is transferred ? the Department of tho Interior. Likewise, the control of tho navy radio stations is transferred to the commission and the Secretary of tho Interior. The commission Is given control over tho Indian affairs, education and mining bureau instead of vesting it in tho various bureaus as now is tho case. Surveyor General to be Land Commissioner. The "duty, power, authority and jurisdiction" now imposed by law up on the Genoral Land Ofiice or the Commissioner of tho General Land Oilice, relating to the disposition or control of the public lands in Alaska, arc transferred to the Surveyor Gen eral of Alaska; and all the appropria tions made for the support and main tenance of the General Land Oilice in its work in Alaska are to bo expended by the Surveyor General of Alaska. Takes Over Forests, Fisheries, Etc. The Alaska Administrative Commis sion is given control over tho forest service, the biological survey and the I agricultural experimental stations, which are transferred from tho Agri cultural Depaiiment to tho Depart ment of the Interior. The fur-seal, salmon fisheries and iishories service in Alaska are trans^ ferred from the Department of Com' merce and centered in tho Depart ment of the Interior, and given over to the Alaska Administrative Commis sion. Five Departments Created. The bill provides for the division of itbo commission into flvo departments to bo known as tbo Department of Finance, the Department of Public Lands, the Department of Transporta tion, the Department of Education and the Department of Fisheries. The Governor, who is to bo the chairman of the commission, is made ex-offlcio chief of the Department of Finance, and the Surveyor General ex-officio chief of the Department of Public Lands. The President is required to assign the other commissioners when making (the appointments to the separate departments. Disbursing Officer. The Secretary of the Treasury is directed to appoint a disbursing offi cer for the commission from the Treasury Department who shall han dle all the funds appropriated by Con gress or otherwise coming Into the hands of the commission. His salary is fixed at $5,000 a year. Appeals to Secretary of The Interior. The bill provides that appeals may be taken from the Alaska Administra tive Commission to the Secretary of the Interior. Attorney General Provided. The bill provides for the appoint ment by the President of an Attorney General for the Territory of Alaska, who shall be the legal adviser of the Alaska Administrative Commission, ! tho Governor and the other officers of the Territory of Alaska, will appear in tho courts for them when called up on to do so. He is permitted to name assistants, and neither he nor his as sistants are permitted to engage In private law practice. The salary of the Attorney-General is fixed at $6,000 with subsistence expenses when away from Juneau on public business. Work to be by Contract. Where work is done to the extent of $500 or more tho bill requires that it bo done by contract upon competi tive bids. Alaska Fund Created. All moneys received by the commis sion other than through appropriation by Congress shall bo paid over to tho United States Treasury Department and by it placed in an Alaska fund to be expended under tho direction of the commission. Not to Interfere With Territorial Matters. The bill provides that "nothing in his act shall bo construed to give tho Alaska Administrative Commission my power, authority or jurisdiction iver tho political or internal affairs of he Territory of Alaska, nor grant to t any legislative power or authority.'* \ Annual Report. The commission is required re port annually through, the Srtqratary if tho Interior to Congre>nA yd ad ise it of tho "needs of ^bp. Territory. * ? ? ' 'EX? OF JUXfiA#: PUBLIC J3UILDISURE HERE * ollov^n^.la. the text of tho blU in appropriation for the Ju pj/bllc building, ommittlng th?: lU? and enacting clause, as the same ?as Introduced, by Delegato Jaatua: Vlckeraham, and as Chairman Wife lam C. Houston, of tho CQ?nmltUft?-on ^orrltorlea. says It will pass the louse: "That tho limit 0f cost for Olecon traction of ^ public building r at. Jht eau. Alj?;sjta> authorized by section onr ?'i tho public buildings .Act,, ai> TOved June twenty-flfth, nineteen undr^j apd ten, be, and ttt# same is ""Coby, 'hiq^eascd by . tltW sura of 480,000 to iricof tho wet cod'additional PkCe needed. for.rooBJS fftn the Terri irlal Legislature,; and" fur the Terrl orlal Library,, and Museum to be lo oted therein. ^ ucd the Secretary of tie Treasury , l?-hereby authorized to nttac contract for the completion >\ said building within the limit of lost; provided in the Act of nineteen Hundred, and ten, and the additional, ijnlt heroin authorized." This is tho bill introduced by Bielb jate Wickersham at the suggestion, jf Secretary of the Treasury William 3. McAdoo. There Is now availably from the first appropriation for the. Juneau pub lic building bill $177,60tty If the bin passes, as it la said that* It will, there will be available $G27;600. COPPER RIVEfr RAILROAD MAY BECOME. BLOCKADED ? 4?;- ji. CORDOVA, M7.?It Is moment arily expected here that the ice floes will carry out a part of tho Chitlna timber bridgo, and interrupt railroad traffic between Chitlna and Kcnne cott for a couple of weeks. A LETTER FOR YOU? List of letters remaining unclaimed in the postofilcc at Juneau, Alaska, on May 2, 1914, Parties wishing same when calling please say "advertised." Bowden, C. N.; Brown, Tom; Butijer, Matt; Burnett, T. T.; Corgan, A.; Chase, Charles; Christie, B. J. (2); Cisco, Joe; Davis, Benjamin; Dennis, Juluis; Ferenzc, Jco; Haley, Bert; Haley, Ed.; Jorgensen, Johan; John son, J. A.; .Tohansen, Hans; Mo Guire, Phil; Tausan, Mllo; Price, Robert J.; Pring, C. N. (card); Ruzich, John; Rudolph, James, (2 letters); fihrfrpe, Clifford; Western FedemtRm of Min ore (Sec'y); Wafleh,' Alexandra; Wright, H. H-r Westen, Oscar. v., /f E. L. HUNTER, P. M. ? ? ? "A standard of quality." Everything that has the label of Juneau Drug Co. "the store that has what you want when you want it" 5-7-tf 17==?r m m m m 11; m m n i M"i 11 m 1111 m 11111111 m m M' I THE TAVERN?First Class Cafe | ? * Private Boxe* for Lad ion and Private Banquet Room for Parties * ? i' c . 1 IT 11 J BUTIRICH BROTHERS !! service and Cuisine Unexcelled. ? . m . . / Proprietors. ^ # | 1111111111111 n i i i i i 11 i i i i i i 1111111111111 i 1111111 i-h4 Rata* Reaoonablo Third and Harris Street. Juneau | The BERGMANN !; NEWLY BUILT AND NEWLY FURNISHED. MODERN IN ALL RE- I SPECTS. STEAM HEATED, ELECTRIC LIGHTED, HOT AND COLD |t WATER IN EVERY ROOM; BATH ON EVERY FLOOR, INCLUDING t A SHOWER BATH. SANITARY CONDITIONS PERFECT. EVERY HOD OF MORTAR * or cement that goes into the con- ' struction of a building decides to * a certain degree the character of that building. Good materials only [p will make a good building. To at- a tempt to save by the use of poor materials Is foly. The best is cheapest as those expert? sko'use' ?' our materiols exel-j^vel/ khdw by ^ experience. Alaska Suppj^^ j ~FTRSTNA flONA^ ? of JUJJr - BANK (J. S. Govt. Deposit' . AT I Oapital, Surplus p- , I v/i '<>'npicte /-? $100,000 .ad Undivided Profits $100,000 . ? - ucilities for the transaction ot any kind j ? o/" Banking business DIRECTORS r. F. Kennedy, Pres. k^vnedy John Reck, Vice-Pres. ueo. k^miller Harold H. Post, Cashier m. j. ctcvnnok. R. H. STEVENS. Assistant Cashier Under the same management FIRST TERRITORIAL BASK OF ALASKA Interest paid on Time Deposits mum ii $5,000.00 ! * whs paid to advertise the s le of Electric Coffee Percolaters !! I 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. ! I ALASKA ELECTRIC LIGHT & POWER CO. Third and Franklin St#. Juneau. Alaska. \ \ 11 ii 11111111111 ii m 11111111111 n 1111111111111111111'' I Beer! 10c a Glass j LOUVRE BAR Free Moving Picture Shows Every Afternoon and Evening CLAY and SCRIBNER - ;[ Alaska Steam Laundry, Inc. ; ?i CARPETS CLEANED i Lace Curtains Washed and Stretched < \ ? First Class Work at All Times < ^ TELEPHONE 15 J. H. KING, Mgr. < ? i ????????????????????????????????????????????????????* 111111 > i ii ii i.i 11 Heidelberg Liqour Co., Inc. j ;; Largest Stock Best Brands of ; Imported and Domestic Liquors ; i i and Wines for Family Use. 'I Free Delivery MAIL ORDERS A SPECIALTY Phone386 : 11 m i m 111 ? 11 m h i; m i m ii ii in 11 r 11 m 11i11 ift-H CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.-B.C.CoastService Sailing from Juneau for Port Slmpaon, Prince Rupert, 8wanaon. Alert Bay, Vancouver Victoria and Seattle PRINCESS MAY APRIL 2?12?23; MAY 3 Orpheum Buildl ur C. P. R. TICKET OFFICE J. T, 8PICKET1. Art -H-H-H II I I I 1 I I I 1 H 1 1 1 I II! Ill I I I I ALASKA f STEAMSHIP COMPANY :f. T Safety. Stfluir*, Spied, Tlrketa to Seattle. Tiooma. Victoria and Vancouver. Through T tlakcla to San Kranclaco J, !! JEFFERSON, Northbound May 7,19,31 Southbound. .May 8,20 !, ;; OOLPKTN, Northbound May 13, 25 Southbound..May 2, 14 ;; ?? NORTHWESTERN, North May 3, 21 Southbound May, 10, 28 ;; MARIPOSA, Northbound May 9,29 Southbound..May 16 ?? ALAMEDA Northbound May 15 Southbound. .May 22 f WILLIS E. NOWELL, Juneau Agt. Elmor E. Smith Douglas AgL ? ? ??. + ? iWm h h ini-m iiiimn h-mmi h-i 1111111 umiiii 111 m ? HUMBOLDT STEAMSHIP CO. The Alimkm Flyer S. S? HUMBOLDT I The A Luke Flyer .NORTHBOUND MAY 9th, 19th, 29th SOUTHBOUND MAY 10th, 20th, 30th. | D0CK8 AT JUNEAU CITY WHARF 1 PETTIT <1 HARVEY, Agent*, Cheney Block, Juneau Seattle Office?716 Second Ammhio i ? | <|| 4 p| j e jy Allen Shattuck, - Agent North and Steamship Co. I John Hc>n?on. Doujruui A writ REGULAR FAST SERVICE BETWEEN SEATTLE AND JUNEAU AL-KI, Southbound . . . May 9 I FARES TO SEATTLE: FirBt Class $19. Second Class $12 ; ?4 ? ??????? ???????J ; FERRY TIME SCHEDULE STARTING JAN. 14, 1914. I| Stoat Lva. Juneau for Douftlan and Tr?dweil -6:30 a. m. , 8:00 a. m. 9:00 a. m. 11:00 a. m. : 1:00 p. m. 3:00 p. m. 5:00 p. m. 6:30 p. m. 8:00 p. m. 9:30 p. m. 11:00 p. m. L?r>veaTre?<lwoll tor IDouffUu and Juncnu 7:10 a. m. 8:25 a. m. 9:25 a. m. 11:25 a. m. 1:40 p. m. 3:25 p. co. 5:40 p. m. I 6:55 p. m. 8:25 p. m. 9:55 p. m. , 11:25 p. in. Leaves Douglas For Juneau 7:15 a. m. 8:30 a. m. 9:30 a. m. 11:30 a. m. 1:45 p. m. 3:30 p. m. 5:45 p. m. 7:00 p. m. 8:30 p. m, 10:00 p. m. 11:30 p. m. SHEEP CREEK TRIPS Lvs. Sheep Creek i (or Treulwcll Doiurliiv Juneau 7:00 ;t. m. 1:30 p. m. 5:80 p. m. _ l.Y*, Juneau (or Sheep Creek 6:30 a. m. 1:00 p. m. 5:00 p. m. L/'avot! Dougbui I or Sheep Creek 6:45 a. m. 1:16 p. ra. (: 5:16 p. m. Lviv. Treedvelh. ? forShoop Cryek' 6:50 a. o?n 1:20 rtt m. 5:20, p, m. i IOo Saturday niuHtt 11 p. m. tiip will ko lo Sliwp Cirok. Lr*ringTrr*dv^tlfor Juneau H 11:40 H m. Lmving Douglufor Jutu-tu ?l 11:45 p. m. ?H 11 I U1 111 Ci 111 I II11 I 1111 IIIIII11III M III . THE WHITE PASS & YUKON. ROUTE ;;i I ^ the route of comfort, speed, service. SAFETY . I I 4' During the winter aeaaon of I913-U our regular train service will be maintained North.andi < < it South bound between Skaguay and white Horae, every Tuesday and Friday. ,1 ? 1 WINTER STAGE SERVICE ? 1 between White Iioree and Dawson will be in reirular operation, affording our pamnsn the ? > 1 1 maximum of Comfort and Safety. i i ' ! The White Pass Si Yukon Route will maintain an ellieient freight and paaaen^e?aftage ser- ' ' ' vice from White Horso, Yukon Territory, via Lake K Inane, to the !! CHISANA GOLD FIELDS, !! ' ' Tnia is the only eafe and aane route to the new diggimce, tnf wo-wiU-irihdjy eaawer all la- ! ! , tjuiriea. We will also oprrate a freight aervico up tho Whify River, and carry a full line at , , groceries and foed at mouth of White River, These aupplie^can be obtained by prospectors , r at rensonabio prices. For full Information apply to ( , 1 ? J. E. Dcmpsey, Traffic Manager. 612 Second Ave.. Seattle, Wash. , , H. Wheolcr, Supt. Mail Service.Dwt. White Hocee. Y. T ? . 4?h 111111 n 1111 m > 11111111 it . Pacific Alaska Navigation Company \\ ALASKA PACIFIC STEAM SHIP CO. Pu?c*. Sound-California Routo/j Seattlc-San Francisco, con-|* nccting with S.S. Yale and\ S.S. Harvard for Southern California Porta. ALASKA COAST CO. I'Uget; Sound-Alaska 7>uto, fron* Tacoma and Seat tfe for Ketchikan, Petersburg, Ju neau, Yakutat, Katalfc, Cor dova. Valdez, Ellanjar, Port Wells, LaTouche, Seward, Cook Inlet points and Kodiak. ! Admiral SampBon, West^ May 10th. Admiral Evana Right roBerved to change Balling dates without notice. j B. F. Watson, Gen. Alas'. Agt. H. R. Shepard & Son, City Ticket Agents Geo. J. McCarthy, Agt. Phone 217 J I !f for' Seattle, Prince Rupert ;; Ketchikan, Wrangell and Petersburg. ? < ? * ? City of Seattle, May 11, 22 Spokanp May 0, 17, 28 ????????????????????? ?? For Skagway and Haines | > Spokane, May 4, 15, ?6 f > City of Seattle May 9, 20, connects at Sknirway for <f Dawson and all f^on X River points.^ ' ? , 1 ' COSNKCTS AT SBATTLr. FOR ? SAN FRANCISCO, LOS ANGELES, SAN DIEGO a|f California Points ? r i> Thmutrh tickets sold ovcrywhcre in Unito? Sutai and Canada 2 ' <, LOW KATES - Lirgoat and finest pasacniror ?toairenV 0i\ IV C, -UNEXCELLED SERVICE X , <, For full particulars ai.ply X <. H. BRANDT. G. A. P. D.. Seattle. Wash. a H. EWING. .Uont. Junkao. Alaska f ;; RIGHTS RESERVED TQ CHANGE SCHEDULES J fSPECIAL SALE ON HATS THE ENTIRE BALANCE OF OUR SPRING AND SUMMER HATS TO BE CLOSED OUT AT - - - S5.00 each These hats include small, close-fitting and brim hats in all shades, val ued up to $14.50. Special for Friday and Saturday at $5.00 SPECIAL. IN WAISTS LADIES' WAISTS in soft mulls, crepes and cotton marquisette; some are hand-embroidered, while others are daintly trimmed in two-thread valencines lace and insertion. Nearly all sizes. These waists are valued up to $5.75 and $6.50. SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY? NEW CREPE DE CHINE WAISTS. These waists are made of heavy crepe de chine, low neck and short slit in sleeves; some are made with dainty embroidered vest effects with collar to match, while others are more simple; colors include pale pink, coral, blue, maise, tango and white. No. 34 to 44? $6.00 to $7.50. , Also have a very pretty assortment of shadow lace waists in all sizes? S5.T5 to #T.50 New Knickobockers, Kayser make, in lisle thread, finished at knee, with shirred ribbon band and bow; colors of pink, white and black?$1.25 to $1.50. Knickerbockers $1.25 to $1.50 I New Lisle Thread Union Suits Est'* 1.00 to 2.50 n Kayser's Silk Gloves in Black and White. ?nr ; SPECIAL Kayser's Long Silk Gloves, in Black and White <fc1 7C SPECIAL ?P a ? # 1 il === ANDERSON & JONES The Fashion PHONE ?7t Guffey Building 96 Front St.