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THE TAVERN ?FirstClass Cafe Private Box* for Ladiaa and Private Banquet Room for Parttoa j e ? i ? . it n 1 BUT1RICH BROTHERS J Service &nd Cuisine unexcelled. Propriotorm. j ?*??1 i> 111111 i I m 111 u ! 11111 n 1111 u 1111 u 1111 iii ii11 111 ? M I 1111 n 111 | | | i hi 111111111 I I I II111111111111111111 $5,000.00 ' > was paid to advertise the s le of Electric Coffee Percolaters '! 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. :: ALASKA ELECTRIC LIGHT & POWER CO. ^ j Third and Franklin St?. ..... Juneau, Alaaka. IIMIt I?IIH I 11 I I I II I I I I||I I||||II I 11 I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I?I THE BETTER THE MATERIALS the better the building will be. No getting away from that fact Ev ery expert knows it and gets his building materials right But as everybody cannot be an expert the safest course for those who are not Is to como here for their materials where good quality is assured. Alaska Supply Co. *-*'' ? 1 i i i i i ?! I i ! 1 I i 1 1 1 1 I I l | | M | I 1 I I I II I II I i f r r r i i i i t i i :: OCCIDENTAL HOTEL AND ANNEX Occidental Hotel Co., J. P. Old*. Mgr., European Plan Headquarters for Mining Men and Commercial Travelers r front street Opposite Post Office Phone 1-1 i M I I I I I I 1 I -M-K-l-1 I I I11 1 I I ???!> 11 I I 1 I I ? I I I I I I I I i I t I 1 I 1 l-H-t FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF JUNEAU > UNITED 8TATES DEPOSITORY Capital $ 50,000 Surplus aud Undivided Profits 50,000 DIRECTORS T. F, Kennedy, Pres. li ^ Kennedy JoTls Reck, Vice-Pres. Ceo. rmillkr "Harold H. Post, Cashier at. j. o'connor r. h stevens. a?uUnt Caahier Under the same management FIRST TERRITORIAL BANK OF ALASKA Interest oaid on Time Deoosita Rates Reasonable Third and Harris Street. Juneau TheBERGMANN NEWCY BUILT AND NEWLY FURNISHED. MODERN IN ALL RE SPECTS. STEAM HEATED, ELECTRIC LIGHTED, HOT AND COLD WAYER IN EVERY ROOM; BATH ON EVERY FLOOR. INCLUDING : A SHOWER BATH. SANITARY CONDITIONS PERFECT. FOR WORK OR REST visitors will find our furniture ideal in design and full of com fort promise. Our desks, rock ers, chairs, beds, etc.. are all built on the plan of comfort, durability and beauty. They are furniture and soon becomes like an old friend. And like old friends they wear well. See the exhibit and note the values. JONSAC FURN TURE CO. "Til- Hum* Fu* lakers" Tel 261 Cor. 3rd and Sew rd Beer lOca Glass LOUVRE BAR Free Moving Picture Show* Every Afternoon and Evening WILLIAM SCRIBNER, Mngr. Heidelberg Liqour Co., Inc. j; ! Largest Stock Best Brands of I; ;; Imported and Domestic Liquors ;; and Wines for Family Use. ? :: Free Delivery MAIL ORDERS A SPECIALTY Phone 386 :: ? ? i? 111 m ; 11111111 m i m 11 m m 111 ii i m m m 11! i m i i ?????????????????????????????????<??????????????????? I Juneau Liquor Company, Inc. THE LARGEST STOCK-THE BEST BRANDS OF o | Imported and Domestic Liquors and Wines for family use 3! t PHONE 9-4-MAIL ORDERS A SPECIALTY-FREE DELIVERY 31 When ordering BEER insist on RAINIER PALE +???*+*++*++++++ * * + league baseball * * * *++*+++*******+** ! northwestern league. f Won Lost Pet. Vancouver 44 19 .698 | Seatle 41 23 .641 Spokane 38 25 .603 Portland 23 39 .371 Tacoma 24 42 .364 Victoria 20 42 .323 pacific coast league. Won Lost Pet. Venice 42 31 .575 San Francisco 41 34 .647 ! Los Angeles 40 34 .6.41 ; Portland 31 33 .484 Sacramento 32 38 >467 Oakland 28 44 .389 american league. Won Lost Pet. Philadelphia 35 19 .656 Detroit 32 26 .561 Washington ..?>.?.. 29 24 .547 St. LoUlB 29 25 .537 j Boston 28 25 .528 Chicago 24 30 .444 New York 19 32 .373 Cleveland 19 35 .352 national league. 'Won Lost Pet. New York 29 18 .617 Cincinnati 30 23 .566 St. Louis ...........28 27 .509 M Pittsburgh 24 25 .490 p Philadelphia 23 24 .489 * Chicago 26 28 .481 ? Brooklyn 21 26 .447 1 Boston 19 29 .396 federal league. Won Lost Pet. Indianapolis 27 21 .663 Chicago 28 23 .549 Baltimore 26 23 .531 Buffalo 26 23 .531 Brooklyn 21 21 .500 St. Louis 25 29 .463 Kansas City 24 28 .462 Pittsburgh ....22 91 .415 NORYMWeStern leagu. Yesterday's Scores: At Tacoma?Seattle, 5; Tacoma, 3. Bat teries?Tacoma, Jones and Harris; Seattle Brottem, Bonner and Cad man. At Spokane?Portland, 9; Spokane, 8. Batteries ? Spokane. Stanley and Shea; Portland, Eastley, Salvoson and Haworth. At Victoria?Victoria, 10; Vancouver, 1. Batteries?Victoria, Steele and Hoffman: Vancouver, Hall, Brinker and Cheek. PACIFIC C0A8T LEAGUE. Yesterday's Scores: At San Francisco?San Francisco, 3; Oakland, 2. batteries?San Fran cisco, Baum and Sepulveda; Oak land. Malarkey and Mltze. At Los Angeles?Venice, 2; Los An geles. 1. Batteries?Los Angeles, Check and Bloes; Venice, Hltt, Pow ell nnd Elliot, Bliss. [ At Portland ? Sacramento, 5: Port land, 0; Batteries?Portland, Higgin bothnm. Martimont, Pape nnd FlBh er; Sacramento, Stroud and Hannah. AMERICAN LEAGUE, Yesterday's 8cores: At Chicago ? Boston, 8: Chicago. 0. Batteries?Chicago, Scott, Lathrop and Shalk; Boston, Mayer, Leonard nnd Carrlgan. At Cleveland ? New York-Cleveland game postponed: rain. At Detroit?betrolt, 4; Washington. 2. Batteries?Detroit. Dubuc and Sta llage; Washington, Johnson and Ain smith. Williams. At St. Louis?St. Louis, 6; Philadel phia. 5; Batteries?St. Louts, Baum gardner, and Agncw; Philadelphia, Plank, Brown and Lapp, Schang. NATIONAL LEAGUE. Yesterday's Scores: At Philadelphia ? Philadelphia, 12; ( Chicago, 4. Batteries?Philadelphia, Marshall, Oeschger and Burns; Chi- , cago, Cheney, Pierce, Stack and Bresnakan. At New York ? Pittsburgh, 4; New York, 3. Batteries?New York. De maree and Meyers; Pittsburgh, Ad- ( ams, Gonzelman, Harmon and Gib- J son, Coleman. At Boston?St. Louis, 6; Boston, 5. Bat- | teries?Boston ? Perdue, Crutcher , and Whaling; St. Louis, Robinson, Steele, Perrit, Sallee and Snyder. i At Brooklyn?Cincinnati, 4; Brooklyn, 1 1. Batteries ? Brooklyn, Allen 1 Schmltz and McCarty; Cincinnati, Benton and Clark. FEDERAL LEAGUE. Yesterday's Scores: < At Chicago?Pittsburgh, 3; Chicago, < 2. Batteries?Chicago, Fiso and Wll- ' son; Pittsburgh, Camnltz and Ber- ] ry. At Kansas City?Kansas City, 2; Bal- ( timore, 0. Batteries?Kansas City, | Cullop and Easterly; Baltimore, i Wilhelm, Convey and Jacklitsch. ^ At St. Louis?St. Louis. 6; Brooklyn, . 4. Batteries?St. Louis, Finnernam i and Land; Brooklyn, Wlllett aud Se- 1 aton. ( J At Indianapolis?Indianapolis, 5; Buf- * falo, 3. Batteries ? Indianapolis, j Kaiserling and Rairden; Buffalo, ( Krapp and Blair. ( ^ 0 V CAREFUL ATTENTION 1 Is given all prescriptions. If taken to ^ Doran's Prescription Pharmacy. Here j ail prescriptions are invariably com pounded with absolute accuracy. Only c pure drugs are used; no substitution Is j ever allowed. Physicians know this, i Regular patrons appreciate It. 1 Phone 3?Doran's Prescription Phar- t macy. 5-20-tf. J ? ? , I BRING YOUR GARMENTS TO US. We do pressing, $1.00 per suit. Al- p terations made, and made right?Ir- o ing Co., Tailors, Front and Main f street. ?-15-6t. * a ? ? ? i UNTIL THE 4th OF JULY, at Charles Goldstein's, a pair of Net tleton shoes or a Stetson hat free with every suit 8-11-tf w , , t li I am making special low prices on white and gold band china In small 0 complete sets. I. J. 8HARICK. 6-17-tf Lists 6-722, -848, -923, -970. "K." C. A. R. 4?354a RESTORATION TO ENTRV 01 LANDS IN NATIONAL FOREST. Notice Is hereby given that tlv lands described below, embracini 312.94 acres, within the Tongass Na tlonnl Forest, Alaska, will be subjec to settlement and entry under tlv provisions of the homestead laws o the United States and the act of Jum 11, 1906 (34 Stat., 2331. at the Unitei States land office nt .Tuneau, Alaska on August 15. 1914. Any settler whi was actually and in good faith claim ing any of the said lands for agrlcul tural purposes prior to January 1 1906, and haB not abandoned same has a preference right to make I homestead entry for the lands actuall; occupied. Said lands were listed upoi the applications of the persons men tloned below, who have a preferenci right subject to the prior right of an; such settler, provided such settler o applicant is qualified to mako home stead entry and the preference rlgh is exercised prior to August 15, 1914 on which date the lands will be sub ject to settlement and entry by an; qualified person. The lands ombraci a tract of 26.41 acres described b; metes nnd bounds as follows: Begin ning at corner No. 1, located 60 fee back from ordinary high tide line ant 20 chains south and 22.48 chains eas of corner No. 1 of the Arness-Tongasi Settlement No. 7; extending thcnc< E. 18.36 chains; thence S. 15.4' chains: thence W. 14.16 chains; thenc< meandering the beach of Scow Baj 60 feet back from ordinary high tide line as follows: N. 20? E. 0.87 chnins; N 14? 35' W. 3.31 chains: N. 25? 30 IV. 4 chains: N. 20? 50 W. 4 chains; and N. 3? 50' W. 5.76 chains to cornei No. 1, the place of beginning. Said tract was listed upon the appllcatior of Ingvold Bjorge, of Petersburg. A1 nska; List 6-722. A tract of 151.21 acres described by metes and bounds as follows: Beginning at corner No. 1 whence the southwest corner of Offl cial Survey No: 381 bears E. 20 chains; extending thence N. 24.16 chains tc the bank of the Mendenhall River; thence meandering the river bank as follows: N. 32? 45' W. 7 chains: N. 42? 45' W. 2 chains; N. 25? 30' W. 3 chains; thence N. 14? 15' W. 3 chnins; N. 20? 30' E. 5 chains; N. 24? 30' E. I chains: N. 29? 30' E. 1 chain; N. 9? 15' E. 1 chain: N. 22? W. 1.50 chains; N. 51? E. 2 chains; N. 13? E. 2 chains; N. 36? E. 3 chains; W. 0.10 chains; N. 30? E. 12.50 chains: and N. 40? E. 11.50 chains to corner No. 2; extend ing thence S. 74? W. 38.17 chains: thence S. 63.60 chains: thence E. 23 chains to the place of beginning. Said tract was listed upon the application of C. J. Skuse, of Juneau, Alaska; List 6-848. A tract of 42.08 acres de scribed by metes and bounds as fol lows: Beginning at corner No. 1, iden tical with the Forest Service Monu ment, a spruce tree located 60 feet from mean high tide line on south side and at head of bay on west side of Spuhn Island; extending thence S. 24? 45' E. 5.14 chains; (the southwest corner of dwelling bears N. 74? E. 2.70 chains from corner No. 2); thence N. 52? 15' E. 7 chains; thence N. 51? 30' E. 15.50 chains; thence N. 16? 30' E. 19 chains: thence N. 88? 30' W. 15.15 chains; thence S. 21? 30' W. 18.40 chains; thence S. 1? 30' E. 3.74 chains1; thence S. 51? 30' W. 6.06 chains to ;ho place of beginning. Said tract ivas listed upon the application of G. r. Dahl, of Juneau, Alaska; List 6-923. \. tract described by metes and counds as follows: Beginning at cor ler No. 3 of the U. S. Official Survey '"Jo. 381, an iron pipe standing 3 feet ibove and firmly bedded in the mound; extending tbence E. 15 ihalns; thenco N. 11? 15' E. 40.80 :hain8; thence W. 25 chains: thence 5. 11? 15' W. 40.70 chains: thence E. .0 chains to the place of beginning, rhere is excepted therefrom a strip 00 feet wide described as follows: leginning at a point 4.93 chains east >f corner No. 4 of the tract, whence corner No. 3 of U. S. Official Survey >Jo. 381 bears E. 5.07 chains; extend ng thence 50 feet on each side of a ine running N. 49? E. 9 chains; hence N. 31? E. 5.50 chains; thence J. 23? E. 15.70 chains; thence N. 4? 3. 15 chains to the place where the nd of the strip closes on the boun !ary of the tract, the net area being 3.18 acres. Said tract was listed up n the application of Charles E. Rudy, lox No. 1, Juneau, Alaska; List 6-970. lay 21, 1914.?C. M. BRUCE. Assist nt Commissioner of the General ,and Office. -? ?? + ST. GEORGE HOUSE. Everything new. Good light and ?ell ventilated rooms. Baths, electric ght. Good board. Reasbnable rates by the day, week r month. , 4-18-tf MRS. A. E. VESTAL. \ Remember The 4th is Drawing Near MFWf Y0UR CLOTHES IVILIl; ARE HERE When it comes to real value in high grade clothes you cannot better the merchandise offered at the Behr ends store. We have built up a imputation and a pros perous business by giving honest value for every dol lar spent at this store. When you buy one of these high grade BENJAMIN SUITS you receive a HANAN SHOE OR 17 D 17 17 f A STETSON HAT If I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I n I I I I I ) I ? ... rr t/ppp Work is pleasure even in the mid-summer if (you wear our light breezy undersuits, shirts and the rest. fiLLl VxV/V/L May we show you how to reduce the weiflEht of your clothes by pounds?^ OUR PRICES WILL PLBASE ...IIII...I.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1IIIIIIIIIIII<SIIIIII|[|[|||||||[|||||[|||[[[|[|||[[[[||||||| SAFETY FIRST In selecting a suit case or a grip for vacation or trip it pays to be sure of quality first. What you buy may look well at the start, but often fails to hold up under the strain of use. Our suit cases, grips and trunks are specially designed to give long service. They are sturdy in construction, smart in look and moderate in price; these are the famous "Indestructo" brand. B. M. BEHERENDS COMFY ??MHimi'MWi i mini iiiiihiinibbiiiwiiiurn ii m ' r m i in i i i iiiiiini urn ?? ibtimwmm??? f i-t-1 ?! I I I I M I I M-H-M1 Ml II M't ii SPECIAL SALE jj 0 ?? ??|i ;i: s?fAs-Shingle | jjli Two-fifty Thousand:: ?;; WorthenSawm'ill !:j '' ti 1111 n 11111 n 1111 it 111 h j ?????????????????????????<i ; I McCloskeys D O X ^ * ? 1 1 . ___ -+1 ? MISS SANDO j I Dressmaking, Tailoring and Al ,'| terlng. Rates reasonable; orders ; solicited ?417 Calhoun Avenue ; 1 :] Let Cleveland i Build It Whether It Is a rcfidence, a j. store or a warehouse, If Cleveland j j ' does It, It will be done right. ESTIMATES and PRELIMINARY j, DRAWINGS FREE. j | P. J. CLEVELAND | 'Phone 603 530 East Street ! ? ?m m m 111 m 111111 "l l H- ? ij Stanley p :: THE MAN WHO DOES:: 11 :: your " ;; Sign Painting !\ ' ;; House Painting and ;; ; !! Decorating ;; | ;; 1 :: \ "226 SECOND STREET j Phone 94 ?H-K-l ill l III Hi 1 HI I' '111*1 I" harry smith | attorney-at-law S la at present at the Occidental Hotel. Mr. / Smith will open office* ahortly In tho Val- / online Building. in.- 'ymmp !__ ? FINE POULTRY 3T Full line fr<*h and cured mc?t*-Government Inspected. Try our Wild Roeo Lard Frye-Bruhn Market A'*;LF"~''r C W. YOUNG COMPANY Mining, Logging and Pishing Supplies Plumbing and Tinning?Garden Tools Garden Barrows-Paints, Oils, Brushes i ? f\ you ore particular nnd want the best FISHING l-w* OUTFIT, either for a Rift 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 : Juneau Transfer Co. i! Jl PHONE 48 o I WE ALWAY8 HAVE COAL :: !! Moving Carefullr Don , < ? ; STORAGE i; |1 Baggage to and from All Boats J J 37 FRONT ST. \\ J J. LIMNELL | i Mcchano-Therapist. < > ? Office Third St., Douglas ?> J. Mcchano - Theraphy, Swedish J J > Medical Gymnastics and mass- <> [ age. For appointments call 23. ^ PETTIT & HARVEY I Rentals and General Collections REAL ESTATE BROKERS Auditing and Accounting Agcnta Northern Life Insurance Co. Cheney Bklg. Phone 297 IUNEAU DOUGLAS 'hone 299 Phone 52 Alaska Cleaners & Dyers Are Now Open md we clean anything any time by the atest and nipst up-to-date methods. If rou have anything that you have dos >aircd of cleaning, bring it to us. '"rench dry cleaning is our specialty. 5oods called for and delivered. We ;uarantec to please. GEO. CURTIS, Prop. rH n I I t M 1 I M M I I 1 M It n*; :: THCRP IS JUST ONE PLACE :: ;: and only one ;; in skagway;; || and that'* the BOARD OK TRAD^. E?ery- || ? ? thine your heart desires ia found horn. ? > We smile and welcome the stranger to the '? |, Gateway City. ;; Tuck, flaharty, - Proprietor ;? 11 .Skagway. Alaska 11 i'l 1 I 1 III II I I I I HI I 1 III III I Telephone 289 THE GENUINE Ladles' and Gents' First Class Cleaning, Dyeing, Repair ing and Pressing AH Kinds of Remodeling: All Work Guaranteed 386 'Front St. Juneau, Alaska Telephone 11 P. O. Box 496 Scandinavian Grocery 3555, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in < Staple and Eancy Groceries, Clothing, Men's furnishings, Boots and Shoes Miners' and Fishermen's Outfitting a Specialty jj; Watch for the Big Shipment on the Admiral Evans of ; Fruits and Vegetables We will have all that the Market affords ;; in these lines. COME EARLY, or Phone 111 o H. J. RAYMOND |!ft COMPANY | Groceries 8 Clothing <> PHONE XUMBKH SiH <?