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$5,000.00 | ?' was paid to advertise the s le of Eiectric Coffee Percolaters !! I; at $7.50 each in a weekly magazine for one issue. 11 ;; We are selling the best electric coffee percolater made ;; for $5.00 each, but we do not pay such an enormous sum for < ? i I advertising. ! I :: ALASKA ELECTRIC LIGHT & POWER CO. j; 11 Third and Franklin Sts. Juneau, Alaaka. J J ! 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 come here for their materials where good quality is assured. Alaska Supply Co. ? II i I I i I ; I ; I 11 i 1 l 11 1 I 1 l M 11 11 I l l N 11 1 H 1 I i H H l l i I l l i< OCCIDENTAL HOTEL AND ANNEX I Occidental Hotel Co., J. P. Old*. Mgr., European Plan [ Headquarters for Mining Men and Commercial Travelers _; FRONT STREET Opposite Post Office Phone 1-1 !! fh 111; 11 111 u ii 1111 i n 111 m 11111111 i'H 11111111 i t 11-i-i FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF JUNEAU UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY Capital $ 50,000 Surplus and Undivided ProOht 50,000 DIR ECTO RS T. F. Kennedy, Pres. a k Kennedy John Reck, Vice-Pres. oeo". a miller Harold H. Post, Cashier m. j. o'connor R. H. STEVENS. AwUlant Caahwr Under the same management FIRST TERRITORIAL BANK OF ALASKA Interest oaid on Time DcooiiU Rate* Reasonable Third and Harria Struct. Juneau neBERGMANN 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. ?______????????? 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. JUNEAU FURNITURE CO. "TK? Horn* FariUhrr*" Tel- 261 Cor. 3rd and Scwird Beer 1 Oc a Glass J ! LOOVRE BAR Free Moving Picture Shows Every Afternoon and Evening WILLIAM SCRIBNER, Mngr. m n n i n 111 n?;n 1111111 n t > 11 m 11111 n 1111111111? Heidelberg Liqour Co., Inc. j; ;; Largest Stock Best Brands of !! ;; Imported and Domestic Liquors ;; ' ? and Wines for Family Use. ? I Free Delivery MAIL ORDERS A SPECIALTY Phone 386 ;; 111111111; i ii 11 i i i i n i i 1111 ii m m i ii m m li! i m ii I 11 Juneau Liquor Company, Inc. ?? _ ? THE LARGEST STOCK-THE BEST BRANDS OF j ? ? <> J Imported and Domestic Liquors and Wines for family use t PHONE 9-4?MAIL ORDERS A SPECIALTY?FREE DELIVERY " ^ mmmmmmmTTTJ When ordering BEER insist on RAINIER PALE j 'i m 111 m m m i m n m in ! i m 11 m i m n in n in ? > "W W V r-f r-t r-t Give u* one trial and we will treat you so well you will want * | I VI (T (j" (P to.come back. We feature Reliance Brand, every article ab- | j .. J * solutely guaranteed. Your money refunded if you are not .. ? ' fy m thoroughly satisfied. Prompt attention given to all order*. ? ? ! Uiovanett! 5]4 Calhoun A?e. Telephone 385 !! 'n 1111 m m i m m 11 m 11 n n m m i m i m m 11 m 11 + * + + + * + + + + + *<? * + ? I + * * LEAGUE BASEBALL + + * ++++*+*++?*++++++ NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE. Won Lost Pet Vancouver 45 24 .652 Seattle 45 25 .643 Spokano 40 29 .580 Portland 27 41 .397 Victoria 25 43 .365 Tacoma ... 26 46 .361 PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE. Won Lost Pet Venice 46 33 .582 San Francisco 45 37 .549 l.os Angeles 42 38 .525 Portland ? 36 36 .493 Sacramento 38 40 .4S7 Oakland 29 51 .363 AMERICAN LEAGUE. Won Lost Pet Philarelphia 38 22 .633 Detroit 35 29 .547 St Louis 32 27 .542 Washington 32 28 .533 Boston 30 29 .509 Chicago 28 31 .479 New York .... 21 34 .382 Cleveland 21 37 .362 NATIONAL LEAGUE. Won Lost Pet. New York 33 20 .623 Cincinnati 32 26 .552 St. Louis 31 30 .508 Philadelphia 26 27 .491 Chicago 28 30 .483 Pittsburgh ...... 25 27 .481 Brooklyn 23 30 .434 Boston 23 31 .426 FEDERAL LEAGUE. \\ on Lost Pet. Indianapolis 32 22 .593 Chicago :.... 31 26 .544 Buffalo :..._ 28 26 .519 Baltimore 28 z27 .509 Brooklyh 23 25 .479 St. Louis 28 33 .459 Kansas City 27 32 .458 Pittsburgh 26 32 .448 NORTHWESTERN LEAGU. Yesterday's Scores: At Tacoma?Vancouver, 5; Tacoma, 2. Batteries: Tacoma, Andrada, Kauf man and Brottem; Vancouver, Hunt, Griodell. At Spokane ? Victoria, 1; Spokane, 0. Batteries: Spokane. Hughes and Shea; Victoria. Steele and Hoffman. At Seattle ? Seattle, 2; Portland, 1. Batteries: Seattle, Dell and Cadman; Portland, Salvester and Haworth PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE. Yesterday's Scores: At San Francisco ? Venice, 5: San Francisco. 1. Batteries: Venice, Hitt and Bliss; San Francisco, Lei fleld and Schmidt. At Oakland?Oakland. 8; Sacramento, 3. Batteries: Oakland. Prough and Alexander; Sacramento, Kraner and Hannah. At Portland ? Los Angeles, 4; Port land. 0. Batteries: Portland, Kraus and Branlgan; Los Angeles, Yantz, Hughes and Brooks. AMERICAN LEAGUE. Yesterday's Scores: At Chicago ? Chicago, 3; Detroit. 2. Batteries ? Chicago: Russell and Mayer: Detroit, Dauss and Stanage. At New York?Boston. 4: New York, 3. Batteries: New York, Caldwell and Sweeney: Boston, Johnson, Wood and Cady. Second game?New York, 3: Boston, 2. Batteries: New York, Warhop and Nunamaker; Boston, Collins, Crumbe, Carrigan and Cady. At Washington?Washington-Philadel phia game postponed; rain. At St. Louis?Cleveland, 6: St. Louis, 3. Batteries: St. Louis, Baumgart ner, Hoch, Mitcnell and Crossin; Cleveland, Gregg and O'Neil. NATIONAL LEAGUE. Yesterday's Scores: At Cincinnati ? Cincinnati-Chicago game postponed; rain. At Pitsburgh?Pittsburgh, 4; St. Lou is, 1: Batteries: St. Louis, Consel ? man and Gibson; Pittsburgh, Per ritt and Snyder. At Boston ? Boston. 7; New York, 6. Batteries: Boston, James and Meyers. At Philadelphia ? Philadelphia, 8: Brooklyn, 7. Bateries: Philadelphia, Oeschger, Tlncup and Killifer; Brooklyn, Burns, Ruelbach, Pfeffer and McArty. FEDERAL LEAGUE. Yesterday'# Scores: At Indianapolis?Kansas City, 5; In ianapolis, 3. Batteries: IndionapoliB, Moseley and Rairden; Kansas City, Harris and Enzenroth. At Baltimore?Brooklyn, 5; Baltimore, 4. Batteries: Baltimore: Smith, Wilhelm. and Jacklltsch; Brooklyn, Russell, Marlon and Land. At Buffalo?Buffalo, 6: Pittsburgh, 2. Bateries: Buffalo, Moore and Blair; Pittsburgh, Camnitz and Berry. At St. Louis?Chicago. 13; St. Louis, 8. Batteries: St. Louis, Crandall and Simon; Chicago, Pisk, Hendrix, Welsh, Wilson and Chapman. CAREFUL ATTENTION < ??? ! is given al prescriptions, if taken to Doran's Prescription Pharmacy. Here . all prescriptions are invariably com pounded with absolute accuracy. Only J pure drugs are used; no substitution ( is ever allowed. Physicians know this. , Repular patrons appreciate it. Phone I 3?Doran's Prescription Pharmacy.? ' 5-20-tf. ! FOURTH OF JULY BARGAINS. ] Beginning Monday we will offer spe- ' cial bargains in trimmed hats. The la- J dies of Juneau cannot afford to miss ; this opportunity. Inspoctlon is in- . vited. Mrs. William Winn. 6-20-6L ] RICH STRIKE - * Fifteen. 25. and 35 cents to the pan. Big pay streak: stampede now on to the Brunswick cafe. 6-22-lt. Lists 6-722, -848, -923, -970. ! 1 "K." C. A. R. 4?354a " RESTORATION TO ENTRY OF ; LANDS IN NATIONAL FOREST. Notice Is hereby given that the ; lands described below, embracing ? 312.94 acres, within the Tongass Na tional Forest, Alaska, will he subject [ to settlement and entry under the j ? provisions of the homestead laws of;! the United States and the act of June > * 11. 1906 (34 Stat., 233), at the United ? States land otllce at Juneau, Alaska, j I on August 15, 1914. Any settlor who * was actually and in good faith claim-; ing any of the said lands for agricul- i i tural purposes prior to January 1, i ? 1906, and has not abandoned same. , ' has a preference right to make a i homestead entry for the lands actually ' occupied. Said lands were listed upon J the applications of the persons mon- * tioned below, who have a preference J right subject to the prior right of any < such settler, provided such settler or j < applicant is qualified to make home- j stead entry and the preference right < is exercised prior to August 15. 1914, < on which date tho lands will bo sub- J ject to settlement and entry by any < qualified person. The lands embrace ' a tract of 26.41 acres described by metes and bounds as follows: Begin ning at corner No. 1, located GO feet ? back from ordinary high tide line and ! 20 chains south and 22.48 chains east I of corner No. 1 of the Arness-Tongass | Settlement No. 7: extending thence E. 1S.36 chains; thence S. 15.47 | chains; thence \V. 14.1U cnains; meucui.; meandering the beach of Scow Ilay I 60 feet back from ordinary high tidel line as follows; N. 20? E. 0.87 chains; N. 14? 35' W. 3.31 chains; N. 25? 30' \V. 4 chains; N. 20? 50 W. 4 chains; and N. 3? 50' \V. 5.76 chains to corner No. 1. the place of beginning. Said tract was listed upon the application of Ingvold Bjorge, of Petersburg. Al aska: List 6-722. A tract of 151.27 acres described by metes and bounds as follows: Beginning at corner No. 1, whence the southwest corner of Ofll cial Survey No. 381 bears E. 20 chains; extending thence N. 24.16 chains to the bank of the Mendenhall River; thence meandering the river bank as | follows: N. 32? 45' IV. 7 chains; N. 42? 45' W. 2 chains; N. 25? 30' W. 3 , chains; thence N. 14? 15' W. 3 chains; N. 20? 30' E. 5 chains; N. 24? 30' E. -j 4 chnins; N. 29? 30' E. 1 chain; N. 9? j 15' E. 1 chain: N. 22? W. 1.50 chains; J N. 51? E. 2 chains; N. 13? E. 2 chains; 3 N. 36? E. 3 chains; W. 0.10 chains; j N. 30? E. 12.50 chains; and N. 40? E. Ij 11.50 chains to corner No. 2; extend- ] ing thence S. 74? W. 38.17 chains; 1 thence S. 63.60 chains: thence E. 23 3 chains to the place of beginning. Said j tract was listed upon the application J of C. J. Skuse. of Juneau, Alaska; ? List 6-848. A tract of 42.08 acres de- 1 scribed by metes and bounds as fol- 3 lows: Beginning at corner No. 1, iden- ? tical with the Forest Service Monu-' " ment, a spruce tree located 60 feet 3 from mean high tide line on south side ? and at head of bay on west sldo of T Spuhn Island; extending thence S. . 24? 45' E. 5.14 chains; (the southwest ? corner of dwelling bears N. 74? E. 2.70 3 chains from corner No. 2); thence N. - 82? 15' E. 7 chains; thence N. 51? 30' * E. 15.50 chains; thence N. 16? 30' E. 3 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 chains; thence S. 51? 30' W. 6.06 chains tc the place of beginning. Said tract; was listen upon mo uppiicauuu ui v?. ?> J. Dahl, of Juneau, Alaska; List 6-923.1 i A tract described by metes and \ hounds as follows: Beginning at cor-J > ner No. 3 of the U. S. Official Survey ; No. 381, an Iron pipe standing 3 feet j above and (Irmly bedded in the 1 ? ground: extending thence E. 15 chains; thence N. 11? 15' E. 40.80 ? chains; thence W. 25 chains; thence J J S. 11* 15' W. 40.70 chains; thence E. o 10 chains to the place of beginning. ' [ There is excepted therefrom a strip ,! 100 feet wide described as follows: <> Beginning at a point 4.93 chains east ]| of corner No. 4 of the tract, whence <, corner No. 3 of U. S. Official Survey < > NTo. 381 bears E. 5.07 chains; extend- J | Ing thence 50 feet on each side of a <. line running N. 49" E. 9 chains; thence N. 31? E. 5.50 chains; thence N. 23" E. 15.70 chains; thence N. 4? <. E. 15 chains to the place where the ? end of the strip closes on the boun lary of the tract, the net area being < > 13.18 acres. Said tract was listed up- J J on the application of Charles E. Rudy, J Box No. 1, Juneau, Alaska; List 6-970. <> May 21. 1914.?C. M. BRUCE, Assist mt Commissioner of the General < h Land Office. <> THE VOGUE New location; Seward, nenr Third; phone ? MRS. ALBERT BERRY <> ?6-16-tf. ^ Remember The 4th is Drawing Near I WFIWfY0UR CL0THES iVILIl! ARE HERE * f * 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 reputation 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 1717 f A STETSON HAT T IVH.1L! 11111111111111111111111111111111111 n 11 n 111111111111111111 m n 111 h 1111111111111111111111111111111 l/FFD Work is pleasure even in the mid-summer if you wear our light breezy undersuits. shirts and the rest. isLLI LUUL May we show you how to reduce the weight of your clothes by pounds? OllR PRICES WILL PLEASE 11n1111 ?i 11111111 n 111111ni n11 ii11111111111111ii 11111111ii|n11111min11nihiinih111111111111 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. ij B. M. BEHRENDS COMFY i iniii niln I Ill III Mi ??Ml I I ! II M 1 MI 1 I I 111 MM I SPECIAL SALE i s?,-\Su,Shingle iij ; Two-Fifty Thousand;; : WorthenSawmill I I I 1 1 III I III 1 1 II II 1 ! 1 I III I ??++??????????????????????| [ I j McCloskeys j I : > II 'e ? MISS SANPO Dressmaking, Tailoring and Al tering. Rates reasonable; orders solicited?417 Calhoun Avenue V + I I Let Cleveland Build It Whether It Is a residence, a . store or a warehouse, If Cleveland i does It, It will be done right. ESTIMATES and PRELIMINARY i DRAWINGS FREE. P. J. CLEVELAND 'Phone 603 530 East Street "H 111 I I III I Ml III 1 HI t I i j : Stanley ii : THE MAN WHO DOES :: : your :: ; Sign Painting " House Painting and ;; Decorating | 226 SECOND STREET ;; Phone 94 ;; 1111 m i m i m 1111 ii j ST. GEORGE HOUSE. Everything new. Good light and j ell ventilated rooms. Baths, electric ] ght. Good board. i Reasonable rates by tho day, week ( r month. 4-18-tf mrs. A. E. VESTAL. FINE POULTRY Full line fresh and cured meats-Government Inspected. Try our Wild Rose Lard Frye-Bruhn Market | C. W. YOUNG COMPANYl * J * Mining, Logging and Pishing Supplies Plumbing ana Tinning?Garden Tools i Garden Barrows-Paints, Oils, Brushes : ? gy you are particular and want the best FISHING ? OUTFIT, either for a gift or for your own use, I don't fail to come and look at our large assort- 1 ment of FISHING TACKLE, RODS. ETC. Headquarters For Baseball Supplies, Guns, Ammunition I Furniture, Carpets, Office Desks, Go-Carts, Coasters i: Juneau Transfer Co.: J| PHONE 48 \\ I! WE ALWAYS HAVE jj coal ii 1! Moving CarefuIIv Don * < > i; STORAGE i: <? Baggage to and from All Boats ][ 37 FRONT 8T. ^ EMPLYOMENT AGENCY Good, reliable laborers can be had quickly by calling phone Main 242. PETTIT & HARVEY Rental* and General Collection* REAL ESTATE BROKERS Auditing and Accounting Agent* Northern Life Jnnurancc Co. Cheney Bldg. Phono 297 JUNEAU DOUGLAS Phone 299 Phone 52 Alaska Cleaners & Dyers Are Now Open and wo clean anything any time by the latest and most up-to-date methods. If you have anything that you have des paired of cleaning, bring it to us. French dry cleaning is our specialty. 3oods called for and delivered. Wo guarantee to please. GEO. CURTIS, Prop. rn m m i mi m iiti11n-; : THERF IS JUST ONE PLACE i j ;: and only one ;; | IN SKAGWAY;; . nnd that'll tho BOARD 01* TRADE. Every- jj ? thin? your heart desires U found hare. ? ? We amlle and weleomo the stranger to the 1 1 ,, Gateway City. ; Tuck. Elaharty, - Proprietor ;? ) Skacway, Alaska j) iI I I 1 1 ? 1 I I 111 M 1 I II I 1 I I I I I Telephone 289 THE GENUINE Ladles' and Gents' First Class Cleaning, Dyeing, Repair ing and Pressing All Kinds of Remodeling All Work Guaranteed 386 Front St. Juneau, Alaska ; Telephone 11 P. O. Bo* 496 Scandinavian Grocery XrSS, Wholeaate and Retail Dealers in Staple and Fancy Groceries, Clothing, Men's Furnishings, Boots and Shoes Miners' and Fishermen's Outfitting a Specialty ;fruit jars a We have the wide mouth Mason Jars, the most practical for canning fruit. Pints, quarts and << half gallon sizes P p p p p P P :: I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I I I I M I I I I I I I I I I I I I y I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I PRICES REASONABLE H. J. RAYMOND I JU-BLW qj v ^ J- 1*-^ PIIONK NUMItKR 28 <?