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MEN'S GOODS M. J. O'CONNOR Douglas i r ^ !; Douglas Opera House Hotel In nnection t We serve the BEST BEER _ /^l in Douglas for . . . OC 3. vJll3SS k o FREE MOVING PICTURES EVERY NIGHT 1! V < > The Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars 1^ <! 1ETE ROLANDO, Prop. Douglas, Alaska [, tr 4' A WEDDING IN DOUGLAS would be nmdc enjoyable if ttao friends would see PAUL BLOEDHORN, and purchase a necklace or a lovely piece of Jewelry, a watch or a clock for the new home. Broken jewelry repaired and gems remounted in the latest styles. AN "OLD UNE" COMPANY WITH "NEW LINE" IDEAS ^q\\ insurance ca , I C I* S200.000.00 Deposited with Slate Tt.ttittr kI nPvf S.?tS3in1 psas l\ ^ I ft' ACCIDENT A * rovhliml I I I ' Premiomj Pah] (or Too on Yoor Life IkJU^i.'.1 If I ^ Permanently Dlaabled Home Office, White Building, Seattle, II. S. A. PITTIT & HARVEY, Local Agents Mechanics' Tools For all trades, at outside prices. Only well known guaranteed FACTORY brands sold. Most complete Stock in the north. TOOLS, BUILDERS' HARDWARE and CUTLERY 6 inch Calipers worth 65c. our price 50c. 6 inch Dividers worth 80c. our price 65c Adjustable Hack Saws worth f 1.00. our price 60c. Gasthneau Hardware & Machinery Co. Groceries and Men's Goods Alaska-Gastineau Mining Co. THANE, t t * * ALASKA BB Washington Fir Direct to User Build of Hewitt-Lea-Funck Co. Washington Fir ? the wood that won't shrink, pull apart, crack, check or warp. Timbers for Mines; Send Last for Price Lumber from our own forests, cut in our own mills and sold direct. Send list for proof of saving. Square deal guarantee backed by One Million Dollars invested in the business. Millwork Catalog free. Prize Plan Book (all practi cal homes) . Ten Cents ????????????????????????? o Suits Made to Order o 3* $35.00, UP \\ * * Also Ajcenta for Kahn Tailoring Co.. Suit* * * $25.00. UP < , H. HEIDORN, Merchant Tailor 4 > ?????????????????????????? t A. Benson 1?^S jj T Stand at Wills' Grocery Store ' ' X Phones 4*9 or S-8-5 f ORDERS PROMPTLY EXECUTED . . hihiihiihimmhiiiih , 111111111 111 111 111 1 i 1 111 11 I TEAMING and DRAYING t ' .. All Calls tor Express work promptly at- T ' .. tended to. Coal. Bareajre, Hack Service. T < .. We deliver goods. BERRY TRANSFER CO. I 1 ]! Phone 2-2. T 1 !Ill 111 111 1 111 111 1 1 1 1 11 1 I I , UNTIL THE 4th OF JULY, at Charles Goldstein's, a pair of Net tleton shoes or a Stetson hat freo with ( every suit. 6-11-tf 1 HIGH GRADE PIANOS || PLAYER PIANOS ? 1 < EDISON DISC PHONOGRAPH I VICTOR TALKING MACHINES COLUMBIA GRAPHONOLAS A Complete Stock of Small Musical Instruments and Musical Sundries. ' 10,000 RECORDS TO FIT ALL MAKES OF MACHINES i THE JUNEAU MUSIQ STORE ? TI II EE STORES | \\ I THE REXALL DRUG 8T0RE GUY L. SMITH. Mngr. 3d and D Sts, Douglas, Alaska JUNEAU MUSIC HOUSE Second and Seward St*. ELMER E. SMITH, Propr. FRONT 8TREET DRUG 8TORE Douglas, Alaska I t( "r ++++++++++++++++ + DOUGLAS NEWS NOTES. ? DOUGLAS, Juno 16.?Among the de lightful Sunday outing parties was the one enjoyed by Dr. Sargeant. Dr. Kin ley, Rudolph Blahnut, Jim Kelley and Eddie Fox. They captured a number of cutthroats and had a beach lunch. The Humboldt was In port yester day with 41 tons of freight. The steam schooner J. B. Stetson was In Douglas yesterday with a con signment of freight. The cement piers for tho Eagles' hall have been placed and work of put ting down the floors and erecting the superstructure Is well underway. Martin Olson has gone to Snettl sham to look over tho work being | dono on his mining claims known as [ the Crystal group. +*+*++*++++++++* ? * ? TREADWELL NOTES ? ? ? + + 4. + * + + * + + + + * + + + ' TREADWELL. June 16.?No game was played last evening between the store and Ready Bullion on account of two players being on the Injured list. Jack Keqrney is suffering an In Jury to his eye and Ben Stoltman, captain of the Bullion team, has his leg in a sling. Regular club dance will take place tomorrow evening. The board of directors of the club held their regular monthly meeting last night. Geo. Stevens has gone to Skagway as a member of the jury called for the session of the district court which convenes today. MNGR. KENNEDY TALKS OF JUALIN PROGRESS ?1? TREADWELL, June 16. ? General Manager L. P. Kennedy of the Jualin mine left this afternoon after spending a day or tow on the island. Mr. Ken edy says his workmen are breaking Ave rounds each 24 hours in the Jualin tunnel and making better than twenty feet a day. Since the installation of the new equipment and heavy rails, the work has been considerably ac celerated. There are approximately 125 men employed on the property and the pay roll each month amounts to about $30, 000. A prospecting and drainage tun nel 8.000 feet in length Is being driv en. They have started sinking the shaft and the mill is going. Mining is being done on a small stringer of rich ore at the 160 foot level and a general air of prosperity and Indqstry permeates the workings. Managing Director Jean Vanophem j with his associates, comprising a party of ten stockholders in the Jualin com pany are on the way from Brussels, Belgium and will arrive in Vancouver on the 19th of this month on their way to Jualin where an inspection of the property will be made. It is the intention of these gentlemen to spend several weeks in looking over the min ing conditions and properties of the district before their return to Europe. The men coming on this trip are prominent financial and mining men. NO MORE WRANGLING ON TREADWELL GROUNDS ?*? TREADWELL, June 16.?Assistant Superintendent E. P. Kennedy has giv en out the information that no more wrangling will be permitted on the Treadwell baseball grounds. Hereaf ter games must be called at the time advertised, he says, or the players will be forever barred from appearing on the grounds. "The ball park was built," said Mr. Kennedy, "by the com pany for the inter-department games, and other games are permitted only as a matter of courtesy." ? Diamonds at Valentine's Mr. Leon Carrau, one of the larg est importers of diamonds and pre cious stones, will arrive on the Prin cess May tomorrow, direct from the liamond markets of Europe. His stock, which comprises everything of the rich and elegant, will be on dis play at Valentine's Jewelry Store for two days only. You are invited to call and inspect. *** FOUND?Gold watch with chain at tached. Finder may have same by calling on Marshal Shafer at Douglas ind paying charges. > With Bvcry Suit a Pair of With Every Suit a Nettlcton Shoes FREE Stetson Hat FREE T THE 4th OF JULY Less Than a Month Away ? How about that Suit of Clothes for This Banner Occasion? 0 We suggest to you a suit of Hart, Schaffner S Marx Clothing the worlds' greatest tailors, fl if fl 0 0 fl fi 0 In our stock you will find a grand assortment of them tailored to your j: : order, we will fit you and you will walk out with the keen satisfaction that at last you have settled the question of fitting yourself properly. 0 This year as in years past we present you with a pair of high-grade shoes or, an up-to-date hat with every suit purchased of us. This grand offer holds good until the 4th of July. P P P IP ; DO NOT FAIL TO TAKE ADVANTAGE EARLY Pair NETTLBTON SHOES FREE I with Every Suit ^^^UNERUPdiASKR. Stetson Hat FREE with Every Suit WICKERSHAM ANNOUNCES: (Continued from Page 1.) ! port of common schools in tho Terri tory; for a law granting a second homestead to those who have none in Alaska; for the establishment of an agricultural college In the Tanana val ley; for the survey of all homesteads j on unsurveyed lands in Alaska at tho expense of the United States. 11. To otherwise aid in the general progressive policy of the development of Alaska along lines approved by her citizens and President Wilson. In again announcing my candidacy permit me to call your attention to the changed conditions which now sur round Alaska problems In Congress., For the last four years every efTort made by your delegate to secure sym pathetic support for progressive laws in aid of the development of Alaska was denied. Alaskans will long re member the attempt to pass the infa mous Beveridge bill for the creation of an appointive carpet-bag legislature for Alaska, under War Department control, and the Impudent refusal of George W. Perkins to permit the con struction of a competing line of rail road Into the Matanuska coal fields and the Tanana valley. How our ports were closed in restraint of trade by this same transportation trust is told in the recent pleas of "guilty" In the United States court at Juneau. They are as powerful in Washington as in Alaska, and in both places really had a "free hand in Alaskan mat ters." But a change came when Woodrow Wilson bocamc President. A Western man with Western ideas and courage to carry them into execution was made Secretary of the Interior, and given a "free hand in Alaska matters." The door to monopoly was closed; that to conservation with use by the people without monopoly was thrown wide open, and tho rusty wheels of progress wero put in motion. It vas not necessary for the dele gate '-om Alaska to change his posi tion, his principles or his line of ef fort to secure sympathy and support. The administration changed?not the ; Delegate from Alaska. With that < change in administration your Dele- < gate found himself in company with i those who sought progressive Alaskan legislation. The Delegate introduced the Alaska railroad bill in Congress on ] \pril 7, 1913, the first day of tho spe- 1 :ial session; on December 2, 1913, 1 President Wilson In bis first message t o tho regular session approved it, > ind thereafter with his active support f t became a law. His administration f >rocured other progressive bills to be ntroduced in aid of the development . if Alaska, and those offered by your | Delegate have met with friendly sup ?ort and npproval. Today the ennct nent of truly progressive laws for the f levelopment of Alaska, free from c nonopoly, is bolng personally urged c iy President Wilson, and occupies first lace in his administrative program. a Alaska and the Pacific coast ought ? o give him and his Alaskan policy p nstinted support. t JAMES WICKERSHAM. c I m 11 in in m I M m in in 11 m I m 1111 m m 1 ill 11';; ?? "W Iff TW f3| fjj rnn Glvo u? one trial and wo will trout you bo well you will want ?? ] j I VI CT (j to como back. Wo feature Reliance Brand, every article ab- \ \ .. J * L* JL9 solutely (run ran teed. Your money refunded if you are not ? ? # thoroughly autinfiod. Prompt attention given to all orders. ? ? J ;; biovanettl 514 Calhoun Ave. Telephone 385 !! ?I 1 III 1 III I III i 1 I 1 II I MI 1 II I ! I 1 1 I M i 1 II 111 III 1 I ill I 1111 ALASKA MEAT COMPANY John Reek, Mgr. Wholesale and Retail Butchers Manufacturers of all Kinds of Sausages Our Hams and Bacon Are Home-Smoked J" FIRST TERRITORIAL BANK OF ALASKA Douglas, Alaska Every facility for banking. Foreign and domestic ex 1 change. Commercial accounts solicited. Interest allowed I on time deposits. M. J. O'CONNOR, Pres. - - - A. E. GURR, Cashier DEMOCRATIC CLUB AT GROSS HALL TONIGHT There will be a regular meeting of the Juneau Democratic Club at Gross hall tonight at 8:30 o'clock. All the: meinbCBr are urged to bo present. "QUEEN OF SPADES" At the Orpheum tonight Is a picture I everybody should see. Don't let oth-j ers tell you what you have missed in 1 not seeing this marvelous 2-reel fea ture. "The Queen of Spades," comedy. "A Florida Romance" is a drama by the Lubln Co., with Orml Hawley In the lead. "Put Yourself In Their Place" Is a comedy drama with Jas. Young and Clara Kimball Young of the Vita graph players. Don't forget "Cleopatra" in 6 reels; Wed. Thur. and Frl. nights. ? i* ? VOGUE SHOP MOVES TO SEWARD AND THIRD STS. ?+? The Vogue Shop has moved from the Main street location to more com modious quarters on Seward St., near Third. Mrs. Albert Berry has leased the ontiro ground floor of the Hyde build ing on Seward street. During the past week the building has been thor oughly overhauled and made Into ono of the most attractive of Juneau's store catering to ladles' trade. John Splckett, who with Blng Hal- , leek, of Douglas, offered a gift of one tundred dollars to the winners of the | oaseball championship series between , ho two cities, announces that he has < ?vlthdrawn his offer unless the teams , ;ct together and cut out squabbling or the balance of the season. I Diamonds at Valentine's Mr. Leon Carrau, ono of the larg- t st Importers of diamonds and pre- i lous stones, will arrive on the Prln- J ess May tomorrow, direct from the i iamond markets of Europe. His tock, which comprises everything of he rich and elegant, will be on dis lay at Valentine's Jewelry Store for wo days only. You are Invited to $ all and Inspect o TWO ALASKA-GASTINEAU DEPARTMENTS GO TO THANE The supply and accounting depart ments of the Alaska Gastineau Mining company were removed to Thane this forenoon. Mr. DeLong of the purchas ing department with his force of as sistants and Mr. Heywood of the ac counting department, with his assist ants, left today to take up their duties in the new offices at Thane. J. K. Whipple with his family will move to Thane as soon as a dwelling can be finished for their accommoda tion. It is not the intention of the company to change other department officials at the present time. ARRIVING ON GEORGIA. Arriving on the Georgia yesterday were the following: From Skagway? Ole Eide, and I. Oldon; from Kensing ton?Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Ellis; from Eagle River?C. W. Hatch, John Ran eire, B. Zoden and W. Remick. The Georgia sailed for Sitka at 4:30 o'clock this morning with the follow ing from Juneau: For Sitka?E. Roden and William Burke; for Gypsum?Joe Millot; for Hawk Inlet?S. Watson; for Tcnakee ?F. T. Schroeder. FATHER MAHONY VISITING GASTINEAU CHANNEL [ Rev. Father P. J. Mahony, pastor of the Catholic church of Ketchikan, arrived on the Mariposa to spend a week hero and at Douglas. Ho will he a guest of the Rev. Father J. Bruck Brt, of Douglas, where ho will give the Sisters in charge of the hospital work it that place a retreat. MR. AND MRS. LAFE SPRAY VISITING AT KETCHIKAN Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Eakin Spray, who :ame North on the Mariposa as far is Ketchikan, will visit at that place ind Hndley with "the parents of Mrs. Spray, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nordstrom, intil the arrival of the Alameda. ? ? < NOTICE. < Bing Halleck declares his prize of 100 to winning baseball team off. He ffered it expecting clean sport. *** * ill III I I III IIII III Illll II > ! 1 ? When you want ? ? !' Hardware, Stoves, Furni- !! !! ture, Carpets, Linoleum, ! I Sashes, Guns, Electric Sup- ! ! plies, Trunks, Suit Cases, ! |! I China ware. Paints and Oils ! see roe Julius Jensen:: ? > Douglas Alaska < ? ': I I l I !? 11 1 11 I -1 l l I I 1 I 1 M I I I-I -I The Grotto ;; ;: Saloon and Liquor Store ;; UVELLE & BROPHY j Proprietor* Front St [:: JUNEAU ?m i; III III IN 1 1 I III I H i in < ? o ! I Alaska Furniture 8 Undertaking \ | :: Company < J :: funeral Directors & Embalmers 3 I < * . ? < ? ' | Doujflafl Alaska < * HUNTER HOTEL DOUGLAS, ALASKA Strictly First-Class. Always on Hand: Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Our Specialty? Mixed Drinks. Front St., opp. Ferry Landing B. CONRAD, Prop. RUDOLPH BLAHUT, Manager Pabst Bluo Ribbon Beer On Draught HUNTER HOTEL AMUSEMENT PARLORS Spend your I ensure time playing pool and billiards. You are always welcome. Come see me. L. H. K1EST - DOUGLAS ******* * + + * + + + + + * * * ARE YOU GOING TO BUILD? + ? * * Are you going to repair your * * house? See George E. Brown, 4* Contractor & Builder, Douglas + * * * *+*++++++++*+ When you visit Douglas drop in at the CITY BAR and try one of our special fiu's FRONT STREET - DOUGLAS ARB TOU GOING TO BUILD? M.M.GIMSE ?dNTBCILDBR I Builds houses both big snd small and does re pair work at reasonable rates. See roe at the Douglas Hardware Store or Phone 55 Nina Jorgenson and Ruth Merrill j; PUBLIC STENOGRAPHERS * > ROOM ti07 SEWAKD ULD. <? Lower Franklin Street J J PHONE 200 <? ?