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GROCERIES
MEN'S GOODS
M. J. O'CONNOR Douglas
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Douglas Opera House Hotel In Connection t
We serve the BEST BEER ? Tlacc !!
in Douglas for . . . OC <1 VJlcloo
FREE MOVING PICTURES EVERY NIGHT <1
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The Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars <'
I ETE ROLANDO, Prop. Douglas, Alaska C !|
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A WEDDING IN DOUGLAS
would be made enjoyable if the
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
Kerns remounted in the latest
styles.
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AN "OLD LINE" COMPANY WITH "NEW LINE" IDEAS
INSURANCE Ca
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J \| I I Premiums Paid for lou on lour Life if
Permanently Disabled
Home Office, While Building, Seattle, U S. A.
PETT1T & HARVEY, Local Agents
Groceries and
Men's Goods
Alaska-Gastineau Alining Co.
THANE, / * t * ALASKA
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Give u? one trial and we will treat you so well you will want "
to come back. We feature Reliance Brand, every article ab- "j
sulutely Kuarantecd. Your money refunded if yoa are not ..
thoroughly sate*tied. Prompt attention jciven to all orders.
514 Calhoun Ave. Telephone 385 I!
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Pushing and T L
Pulling'1''" JclCKS
Over 100,000 in use, but
something new in the North,
k Just the thing for construct
? ion work.
Gastineau Hardware 8> Machinery Company
Builders Hardware-Mechanics Tools-Cutlery. 112 Front St. Phone 273
Doors and Windows at Seattle Prices
STORE AND OFFICE FIXTURES
Mission Furniture
We carry a stock of Hardwoods and Fir and employ Home
Labor the year'round. Get our prices before you
send your money outside.
JUNEAU CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
Ferry Way, Near Front Street. Telephone 388
ALASKA MEAT COMPANY John Reck. Mgr.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Manufacturers of all Kindt of Sautage* Our Hams and Bacon Are
Home-Smoked
FIRST TERRITORIAL BANK OF ALASKA
Douglas, Alaska
Every facility for banking. Foreign and domestic ex
| change. Commercial accounts solicited. Interest allowed
I on time deposits.
: M. J. O'CONNOR. Pres. - - - A. E. GURR, Cashier
HIGH GRADE PIANOS
PLAYER PIANOS
EDISON DISC PHONOGRAPH
VICTOR TALKING MACHINES
COLUMBIA GRAPHONOLAS
A Complete Stock of Small Musical Instruments and Musical Sundries.
10,000 RECORDS TO FIT ALL MAKES OF MACHINES
THE JUNEAU MUSIC STORE
THREE STORES
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I THE REXALL DRUG STORE
GUY L. SMITH. Mngr.
3d and D St*. Douglas, Alaska
JUNEAU MUSIC HOUSE
Second and Seward Sta.
ELMER E. SMITH, Propr.
FRONT STREET DRUG STORE
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DOUGLAS ISLAND TO
CELEBRATE FOURTH
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DOUGLAS, Juno 20.?The people of
Douglas decided last night at a well
attended meeting of the citizens to
celebrate the Fourth of July in an
elaborate manner In conjunction with
Treadwell. A committee was appoint
ed to solicit funds, and It will report
at a meeting to bo held next Tues
day.
A great deal of enthusiasm was de
veloped at the meeting, and It was de
cided that a good list of sports would
be provided for the amusement and
entertainment of the people of Doug
las Island and visitors.
The rock drilling contests that have
alwnys been a feature of Douglas
Fourth of July celebrations will bo
featured.
IN DOUGLA8 CHURCHE8
TOMORROW.
Congregational Church.
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Rev. Owen Umstead, Pastor.
Sunday Schoob at 10 a. m. If the
weather permits we will have a1 pic
ture taken of the school after the ses
sion. Parents and visitors always wel
come. Evening worship at 8 o'clock.
A cordial invitation is extended to all.
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? TREADWELL NOTES +
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TREADWELL. June 20.?The Alas
ka Steamship Co.'s steamer Seward is
due at the Bullion dock with a cargo
of powder for Treadwell.
The Treadwell Club band held a
well attended rehearsal last night.
E. R. Richart, a sheet metal worker,
has resigned at the Treadwell shops
and will accept a position with the
Feusl Hardware company In Douglas.
J. E. Kearney, who recently met with
a very painful accident In the Mexican
mine, has so far recovered as to be
able to return to work.
TREADWELL TEAMS PLAY
BASEBALL TONIGHT
TREADWELL. June 20.?The inter
department teams representing the
machine shops and the cyanide plant
will meet on the Treadwell field this
vning at 6:45 o'clock.
The standing of the teams in the
league follows:
Won Lost Pet.
Cyanide Plant 2 0 1.000
Ready Bullion 2 2 .500
Store 1 2 .333
Machine Shops 1 2 .333
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+ GLEANINGS OF NORTHERN +
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The salmon trollcrs of Union bay
have formed a co-operative organiza
tion for the purpose of marketing
their tish down on the Sound.
CALL FOR j DEMOCRATIC
TERRITORIAL CONVENTION
A Democratic Territorial convention
is hereby called to convene at Skag
way, Alaska, on Monday. August 3rd.
1914, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of
said day. for the purpose of nominat
ing a candidate for Delegate to Con
gress and elect nine members of the
next Territorial committee and trans
act such other business as may prop
erly come before said convention.
Under the rules adopted at the last
Democratic convention, each division
is entitled to fifty delegates, the same
to be apportioned among the precincts
of said division by the Territorial com
mitteeman of said division. In each
division Delegates shall be elected
in such manner as the Territorial com
mitteemen for that division shall de
termine; provided, however, that in
the incorporated towns the Delegates
shall be chosen at the primary election
under such rules and regulations as
said committeemen shall prescribe.
Dated at Juneau, Alaska, this 9th
day of June, A. D. 1914.
C. E. DAVIDSON.
Chairman, Democratic Territorial Com
mlttee.
MIDSUMMER DAY.
According to the custom of the
Scandinavians Midsummer Day comes
on June 24. This year it will bo cele
brated by a big dance on Mayflower
Island Tuesday evening, June 23, to
be given by a number of Norwegians.
?6-18-5t.
Dr. Mathis, of Douglas, has return
ed and is ready for work. 6-19-6t.
:: SKATING I
;;Drowns RINK::
<' Skating Sunday Evening J J
I; at The NATATORIUM j;
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? PERSONAL MENTION +
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H. R. Plate, of Auk Ray, is attend
ing to business in Juneau having ar
rived in his launch yesterday. He is
a guest at the Alaskan hotel.
G. Jayger, a prominent business man
of Ketchikan, is attending to business
in Juneau and is registered at the
Alaskan hotel.
Jack Payne, of Seattle, who is tour
ing the coast, is a Juneau visitor be
ing regitsered at the Alaskan hotel.
Mrs. James Dickson, of Thane,
who has been visiting friends and
relatives in the States for the past
fortnight, arrived home yesterday.
George A. Thayer, a well known
commercial man, has returned to Ju
neau after a few months visit to New
York. Mr. Thayer is a guest at the
Occidental hotel.
Dr. Carl M. Bevis, of Seattle, a re
cent arrival in Juneau, is a guest at!
the Occidental hotel.
Prof. W. G. Beattie was a passen- i
ger on the Southbound Sampson yes-i
terdny his destination being Ketchi
kan where he goes in the interests of
the government Indian school work.
Wm. F. Merchant the local auto
mobile merchant, took passage on the !
Northwestern this morning for Seat
tle where he goes to the bedside of
his father who is very ill.
J. H. Irving the popular merchant (
tailor, was a Seattle passenger this
morning on the- Northwestern. Mr.
Irving will look after his business in
terests in the Sound city for about a
month when he will return to Juneau
and thence make a trip to Fairbanks
and the Interior.
Capt. Francis Tuttle, retired, of the
United States revenue cutter service,
passed through Juneau last night on
the steamer Northwestern enroute to
the States, after a trip to the West
Coast towns of Alaska.
E. S. Busby, chief inspector of cus
toms for Canada, passed through Ju
neau last night on his way to Dowson
on a tour of inspection.
KAYBEE WAR FEATURE AT
GRAND THEATRE TONIGHT
The excellent pictures at the Grand
theatre should not be missed. They are
both entertaining and instructive.
Tonight will be an entire change of
program:
"On Fortunes' Wheel" is a two-reel
Kay-Bee war feature, full of stirring
incidents and dramatic situations. It
Ib action from start to finish.
"A Peach of a Prisoner" is one of
Gaumont's very best productions. This
is alone worth the price of admission.
"Topllsky" is an excellent Keystone
comedy, with a laugh "in every line."
It is a good antidote for the blues. Two
j shows every night. 6-18-2t.
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"WOODROW" IS ALASKA'S
NEWEST COMMUNITY
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"Woodrow" is the name of the city
that sprang Into existence in a day at
Ship creek, according to Mrs. Isabel
A. Gilman, the Alaska school teacher,
author and lawyer, who passed through
Juneau today. It is the headquarters
of the engineering parties of tho Al
aska railroad survey, and Mrs. Gil
man say it divides honors with Knik
as the most active and interesting
place in the Westward country.
JAXON'S RINK.
There will be skating Wednesday
and Sunday at Jaxon's rink. ,
FRESH RANCH EGGS?from Dahl's
Spuhn Island farm. Everv egg guar
anteed pure and healthy aod free from J
fishy taste. Each egg stamped with ,
name Dahl insures not mixed with im- j
ported articles. For sale by leading i
merchants of Juneau and at Dahl's
grocery, Douglas. Sat. & Wed.
FOR RENT?Suite of two rooms,
suitable for two men, close in, steam
heat, bath, phone 614. 6-19-tf. '
SEIZE IT I
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or you will lose the opportunity. Now
Is the best time to buy Juneau real
estate. Prices will never be lower
and there Is every indication of a
sharp advance in the near future. I
have some splendid business and resi
dence locations, and a few good bunga
Ios. Prices and terms on application.
?61-15-tf. G BO?* F." FORREST"
With Every Suit a Pair of
Nettleton Shoes FREE
With Every Suit a
Stetoon Hat FREE
UNTIL JULY 5th
we will give absolutely
FREE I
With a Hart Schaffner 8 Marx Suit your choice of either
I a pair of Nettleton Shoes or a Stetson or Mallory Hat I
Pair NETTLETON SHOES
FREE
with Every Suit
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Stetson Hat
FREE
with Every Suit
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Buy Your 4th of July
SUIT- I
AT
THE HUB 11
We are selling $30.00 SUITS for $25.00
27.00 " " 22.50
25.00 " " 20.00
22.50 " " 17.50
A Classy Suit of Clothes for
$12.00
"Remember you pay for all Free
Hats and Shoes" Dollar for Dollar at
=THE HUB=|
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:: JUNEAU TTIEATRE
jj THE ROYAL PLAYERS jj
3 3 In the Wonderful Hypnotic Play 3 J
"TRILBY" |
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! Sashes, Guns, Electric Sup- ! I
!! plies, Trunks, Suit Cases, !!
! China ware, Paints and Oils !I
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Julius Jensen::
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The Grotto
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LaVELLE & BROPHY
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HUNTER HOTEL j
DOUGLAS, ALASKA
Strictly First-Class. Always I
on Hand: Choice Wines, Liquors |
and Cigars. Our Specialty? !
Mixed Drinks.
Front St., opp. Ferry Landing I
! B. CONRAD, Prop.
RUDOLPH BLAHUT, Manager J
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer
On Draught
HUNTER HOTEL
AMUSEMENT PARLORS
Spend your 1 ensure time playing pool
and billiards. You arc always welcome.
Come sec me.
L. H. K1EST - DOUGLAS
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+ ARE YOU GOING TO BUILD? +
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? Are you going to repair your 4?
4? house? See George E. Brown, 4>
? Contractor & Builder, Douglas 4*
+ 4-4-4 44'4?4- + 44'4'4- + +
When you visit Douglas drop in at the
CITY BAR
and try ono of our special fizz's
FRONT STREET - DOUGLAS
ARB YOU GOING T0J5UILD?
M.M.GIMSET3S2
Builds houses both big and small and doea re
pair work at reasonable rates. See me at the
Douglas Hardware Store or Phone 55
$ Nina Jorgenson and Rulh Merrill I
? PUBLIC STENOGRAPHERS t
? ROOM207HKWAUD ItLD ?
i Lower Franklin Street J
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