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I; : The Alaska Grill :? The Best Appointed Place In Town | ; I Best of Everything Served ! 1 ^ at Moderate Prices ;; I ^T\ Tm in Seattle Stop ivwnWnt ^ m and Up 'Jo Irrker ^ f ? .ud Sh?K I Fry* Auto Bu? M?<? all I CO. Halatnxn .t Cunnd Frwdinjc. Ftv^TS^ | ALASKAN SOl'KnOUGKS ] is. H.1 MILLWEfA | IAWYEK | T Notary Public ^ ? 2?M-L1X> Scvanl Buiklinif Junmu. Alaska > FOR FIRST-CLASS TAILORING GO TO F. WOLLAND lib 6. Secoad St, PSooe 66 j ? 1 ? ?? DINNER TOMORROW THE BRUNSWICK Thursday, July 2nd, 1914. Our Coffee la Bettor, Because We Pay More and Know How to Make It. Soup Macaroni. Relishes. Radishes. 10c. Young Onions, 10c. Muskmeton, 10c. Watermelon. 15c. Cucumbers, 10c.' Sliced Tomatoes. 20c. Fish Roiled Halibut with Egg Sauce. 25c. Fillet of Solo, sauce tartar, 25c. Fried Alaska salmon, anchovy butter. 25c. ! Grilled Black Cod. Saratoga chips, 25c. Half Spanish Mackerel, steamed po tatoes, 25c. French Sardines, dressed head lettuce. 35c. Boiled Shoulder Mutton, mashed turnips. 35c. Fresh Fork, del Mone spinach. 35c. Entrees Lamb Pot Pie, home style, 35c. Pork and Beans. 25c. Cc-f^^ > usages. mashed potatoes, M fvitatoes. 35c. "V $>/ Slrloti. ^ m .gf .3? 'g Young t. M go z> A v# A Dcss^ ^ ? Pndding served. IMes^ ^ ?; ? 1 This Dinner Is the Best in the City, Because We Have the Best Chef. '.ce Heath, part owner of the Ketchi kan Mail and son of the veteran editor of that publication, was killed In a log ging camp accident near Ketchikan last Thursday. GROCERIES | MEN'S GOODS I M. J. O'CONNOR Douglas | I ALASKA MEAT COMPANY John Reck. Mgr. Wholesale and Retail Butchers Manufacturers of all Kinds of Saa?if? Our Hams and Bacon Arc Home-Smoked Paul Bloedhorn WANTS TO KNOW "What Makes It Go?" AN "OLD UNE" COMPANY WITH "NEW UNE" IDEAS INSURANCE CO! < } 1 f 1^ S2W.000.00 Depoalted with State Ti-_>uicr S eVf P L I F E rx t T^OI IC Y 'C HEALTH < IN 1 KEKFECf v ? f ?, ACCJDBNT U 1 A .oWdL.0 Premium* Paid for Yoo on Your Life I- "-t- If ^ Permanently Diaahled Home Office, White Building. Seattle, D S. A. PETTiT & HARVEY, Local Agents Groceries and Men's Goods Alaska-Gastineau Mining Co. THANE, 0 0 P 0 ALASKA A Little Light the Subject i B Just Rite I Geta"Justrite"Lamp ^ [ Satisfaction Guaranteed ] Douglas Hardware Store PEooc ?3 J. S. MINkOVE, P.oprietor Largest Music House in Alaska i5=i PIANOS, PIANO PLAYERS [555 Victor and Columbia Talking Machines &&& Edison Disc Phonographs " Records, Sheet Music 1 IIjuneau music house "I VnrPS J" P. I~ GRAVES. MuiMtr sJ aivi W Retail Drujr Store DOUGLAS Kroot Street Drug- Store I Guy L. Smith. Mgr. Elmer E. Smith. Mgr. ? ? + ALASKA DAILY EMPIRE <? * Douglas Branch + M. A. SNOW, Manager + + * !??????? ??????? !? ? + DOUGLAS NEWS NOTES. ? + ? DOUGlJtS. July 1.?Paul Nolnast. \vho~has been In the hospital for tho past few days suffering from throat trouble, was discharged yesterday af ternoon. The material tor the Eag'es' hall arrived on tho Spokane, and Contrac tor Brown Is rushing the work today. The roof Is on and the men are now working on the flooring. Miss Emma Gam was presented with a bicycle by B. R. I^lvers yes j terday evening. Miss Anderson, who was recently operated on for appendicitis at St. Ann's hospital, is well on the road to recovery and will soon be out of the hospital again. Tho store building on St. Ann's av enue owned by Chas. Swihart. has been vacated by tho Alaska Jewelry Co. E. M. Richardson, a brother of Ray Richardson, returned on tho Spokane, after about 5 years spent in the States. M. George and Sons, the beach mer i chants, have just flntshed sheathing Phoir store building with galvanized Jrnn. and have also had a very attarc five sign painted. ?^trs. Gus Moral! was taken to St. Ann's J*o?Plt*l this morning where she will bt urfder carft ?' ?r- Mid ford. Fathers \ /in der Po' and Shepard are visiting wi't\h Father Bnickert at the Catholic parish house from Valdez. Jim Mensor. formc.r ri?ht flo,der for the Island baseball clu'&Y resigned and will leave for the on one of the first boats. The streets of Douglas are helng washed down in preparation foi th0 celebration. The Alice arrived In port late Sun-|j day evening with a large boom of logs' J for the James saw mill. COMPLETE CHANGE OF PROG/ M AT LYRIC TONIGHT. f DOUGLAS. July 1.?There will be a complete change of program at the Lyric theatre tonight, and four reels of first class films will be produced. The management has made arrange ments to run the three-reel feature "Carmen" on Sunday night and as an added attraction tho Lyric orchestra will play a number of selections from the opera "Carmen" which the picture is taken from. There will be the usual attraction Friday night; don't miss 1L OLD TIMER ARRIVES AFTER TIRESOME TRIP DOUGLAS, July 1.?Chas. Murphy and Billy Henderson arrived in Dour las Monday from Haines and are via iting with friends at this place. Mr. Murphy Is Just returning from the Chlsana where he spent most of the winter. He made the tr'p from Haines into the camp last December with a dog team, and came out by way of Whitehorse this spring, travelling in all nearly 1,000 miles on foot DOUGLAS PEOPLE ENJOY OUTING ON ST, NICHOLAS , DOUGLAS, July 1.?The gas boat St. Nicholas with a large party spent Sunday in Taku harbor. They devoted the day to Ashing and taking pictures of the Taku glacier. The paryf was chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Drag ollch, of Douglas Island. Mr. Drago lich. who is chef at the Heldelburg cafe, prepared a delicious lunch which.!! was very much enjoyed. FAMOUS DANCERS AT THE ORPHEUM TOMORROW NIGHT MIsb Eileen Swepstone and Bernard Tweedale, two of the best known and most popular Pacific coast dancers, will appear at the Orpheura tomorrow night They will give the Argentine Tango, and other popular dances. Prince Rupert papers praise both Miss Swepstone and Mr. Tweedale In the highest torms. FOURTH OF JULY SPECIALS. Are you getting ready for an outing on the Glorious Fourth? Have you everything you may need? We have many little things that make outings a comfort and a pleasure. Come In and look them over at the Juneau Drug Co., opposite Alaskan hotel. Phone 250, Immediate delivery. 7-1-if. The canvass at Skagway showed 2?6 in favor of saloon licenses, 'J8 against and 73 indifferent or non-committal. It was reported that 11 persons were not seen. The census was taken by Lee Hudson and Henry Friendenthal. 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 List for Price Lumber from our own forests, cut in our own milla and sold direct. Send list for proof of ssving. Square deal guarantee backed by One Million Dollars invested in the business. Millwork Catalog free. Prize Plan Book (all practi cal homes) ? Ten Cents ?AMinUlHiaiBMlHUHBH < HBRHBBHBHBMKBHhK ' inminara?? The Suit For The D^P? TX/IOST of the things you do on the Fourth demand a good appearance?whether it's a party, picnic or a Bal! Game there's a Hart, Schaffner 8 Marx suit for the occasion, best of it is, the Goldstein store gives you your choice of either a pair of Nettleton Shoes or Stetson Hat Absolutely Free with any suit ? * ? ? * Remember that u)e are leaders in Men's apparel jj | CoyrrttM M?n icbtfat & Mum 81?0\irzwmuMfism. I?, ^ I1 |l?j>,, '?? 4 4 _ ^ FISTIC ENCOUNTER IS AIRED IN CITY COURT Chester Murphy, William Murphy.! and Chester Murphy, Jr., were tried for assault by Municipal Magistrate E. W. j Pettlt this morning. Both Chester and Chester, Jr., were ? fined, the former I $10 and the latter $5 which was paid. The complaining witness was Fred j Borgland. The Murphys are contract-] ing builders and Bergland is employed? by them on the construction of the! Juneau Iroo Works building. A counter assault case Ib to bo tried against Borgland in which the Mur phys are the complaining witnesses. The fistic trouble occurred on the job yesterday. HEPBURN PAYS *10 FOR BRIEF REIGN t Hepburn, while under the in-1 f\flhco of ihe cup that cheers, went ivKfhe Louvre at an early hour this ru\N&,aud proclaimed himself dictn V^O^attemptod to clean out the hls exalte(1 state of n,il " C08t hlm to s<iuk with Judge Fottlt j of tbvVcv\w 3urt ? VOR WRITES LETTER The Joseph Rig person of Portland. Oregon, has written a nice little lot-' ter to the Juneau city council offering! to bring a full blown carnival here and plant it on a percentage basis. He guarantees to tease the money out of the public of neighboring communi ties if given a chance. BEN MORGAN FINED. Ben Morgan plead guilty to assault and batery and was fined $5 and costs by Judge J. B. Marshall of the Com missioner's court. The complaining witness was D. A. Thompson. The trouble arose over conflicting claims to a parcel of land near Evergreen cemetery. CAPT. GLENWOOD DAVIS ON ROAD TO RECOVERY Capt. Glonwood Davis Is much better and will recover, according to Dr. P. J. Maho-se who returned from Hoonah last night where he had been called to attend the sick man. Capt. Davis was suddenly strlckeu with pulmon ary pneumonia, while at Hoonah with the cannery tender from Too Harbor. CASE DISMISSED. Judge J. B. Marshall of the com missioner's court today dismissed the case against D. A. Thompson, chargod with malicious destruction of prop erty. Isaac Stevenson was the com plaining witness. TONIGHT, JAXON'S RINK. Skating tonight at Jaxon's rink; grand free dance Saturday; skating Sunday; "Les Mlserables," Thursday, Friday and Saturday. CITY COUNCIL MEETING. The city council will meet tonight and transact such business as would come before the meeting on Friday night the regular meeting night. RELATIVES VISITING MRS. J. B. STEVENS Mrs. D. McMillan and Miss McMil lan, of Butte. Mont., mother of Mrs. John B. Stevens, are visiting the lat ter at the Presbyterian manse in this city. They will remain here for about three weeks. HADIEY IS HAVING INDUSTRIAL BOOM HADLEY, Alaska, June 24.?Devel opments at the Mamie mine are pro gressing as rapidly as possible under the able direction of Superintendent II. W. Heidinan. Thirty men and five machine drills are nor employed. The old development are being extended and the stopes being put in shape for the shipment of ore. At a depth of 125 feet below the present adit tun nel the ore body has been crosscut and it is found to exist in substantial quan tities. Recently Superintendent Held man encountered a deposit of fine ore at the main level. He is getting out some of it for shipment to the Panama Pacific Exposition at San Francisco. O. B. Smith, general manager of the Granby smelter, accompanied by Dis trict Supterintendcnt N. W. Sweitzer, and W. P. Powers, the well known real estate and mining broker of Ketchikan, was over here laBt week. After in specting the mine they expressed themselves as highly pleased with the showing that is being made. Dlnmond drills arc to bo employed soon and if the ore body shows strength with depth as indications seem to point it is very probable that a new adit tun nel will be driven lower down and the transportation of the oro to tide wa ter will be made more economical. A new dock is to be built at once to pro vido for the shipment of ore to the Granby smelter at Anyox on Portland caunl. Recently Super'fitendent Hpidmnn started a small crew to work on the "It" mine on the opposite side of the peninsula. This Is another of the promising properties recently pur chased by tho Granby people in this vicinity. The Alaska Lumber and Box Co. Is running the sawmill and factory over time in order to meet the demand made upon it. The mill turns out 50, 000 to 60,000 feet of lumber each day and the box factory Is making about 7.000 salmon cases every twenty-four hours. A. S. Coates is general man ager of the concern and he is very will satisfied with results now being ob tained. The Dolphin called and took 17,000 boxes for the Boca Quadra can nery during the week. Nearly all of the lumber is sold in the local market. The Northwestern Fisheries company is ? buying large quantities of the salmon cases. All told about 70 men are employed in the mill and factory. FRESH RANCH- BUGS?from Dahl's Spuhn Island farm. Everv egg guar anteed pure and healthy and free from fishy taste. Each egg stamped with name Dahl insures not mixed with im ported articles. For sale by leading merchants of Juneau and at Dahl's grocery, Douglas. Sat. & Wed. W. A. Irwin and W. C. Leak, well known mining men took passage on the Alameda for the South last night. WEATHER REPORT U. S. Dept. of Agriculture, Weather Bureau? Co-Operative Observer's Record, Month of June, 1914, Station Juneau. Maxl- Mini- Rain Date mum mum fall June 1 54? 37? 03 June 2 56 36 - June 3 55 41 05 June 4 ?..54._..._ 33 03 Juno 5 56 43 June 6 67 40 June 7 68 ?40 Juno 3 69 ?.44 June 9 69. 45 June 10 69 ?45 ?.11 June 11 :64 46 June 12 66 ?47 June 13 71 44 Juno 14 76 49 ?? June 15 82 .....70 ? June 16 80 70 03 June 17 ......... 78 ....70 .41 June 18 1 ....77... .69 ? June 19 76 56 05 June 20 ....75 70 June 21 : 76 69 ? June 22 75... _.49 ? June 23 ..68 62 June 24 74 45 June 25 76 47 June 26 70 53 f .31 June 27 66 ?.52 ...02 Juno 28 66 .51 _.03 June 29 63 ?51 June 30 62 50 11 Sum 2058. 1514. 1.18 Mean 68.6 50.5 Dally Mean 59.5 Maximum. 82", June 15. Minimum, 33% June 4. Number of cloudy days?8. Number of partly cloudy days?11. Number of clear days?11. Number of rainy days?11. C. R. REID, Observer. WANTED?Girl for general house work and also girl to take care of small children. Mrs. George C. Jones, House 26, Treadwell 6-23-tf. 11 111 1 1 1 111 ill 1 111lil 1 I 111 ;; TEAMING and DRAYING i I . . AH Calls for Express work promptly at- " ' ., tended to. Coal. Baggage. Hack Service. * ' . , We deliver goods. BERRY TRANSFER CO. ^ Phone 2-2. ?1 11 111 111 I 1 1 1 111 I I I 1 I I 1 I I I 1 EVERYTHING PRBTTY FOR 13 3 3 The 4th of July 3 3 4 ' Ladles. One-Piece and Middy Sulta ' 4 J4 Undermuallns, Corsets, Etc. J J , , The Latest Styles in Umbrellaa , , i MRS. BERRY'S STORE, Juneau McDonald & Hart Contractors and Builders Office at McCloskey's Cifirar Store Front Street J I Douglas Opera House Hotel In Conation x|] We serve the BEST BEER - Plaefi I t in Douglas for a KMOb* | ^ | FREE MOVING PI CTURE8 EVERY NIGHT | , | The Beat of Wines, Liquors and Cigars | | T ETE ROLANDO, Prop. Dougla* Alaska J > < > When you went < i I Hardware, Stoves, Furni- !! ! ture, Carpets, Linoleum, !! '< Sashes, Guns, Electric Sup. 1 plies, Trunks, Suit Cases, !! !! China ware. Paints and Oils ^ ?M TOO Julius Jensen;; ? > Douglas Alaska ? > 'l I H 11?11 11 H 11111111 ? I?' ? I 1 I 1 I 11 111 III 11 III 1 1 11 1111 The Grotto ;; Saloon and Liquor Store ;; I LaVELLE & BROPHY .. Proprietors .. :: Front St JUNEAU ? ? J '1 111111111:I111miiiii i n I < I < > 1 ! Alaska Furniture 8 Undertaking ] J < > Company < [ <I funeral Directors & Embalmers :: i > ? Douglaa Alaaka # HUNTER HOTEL DOUGLAS, ALASKA Strictly First-Claw. Always on Hand: Choice Winee, Liquors | and Cigars. Our Specialty? ! Mixed Drinks. Front St., opp. Ferry landing i B. CONRAD, Prop. RUDOLPH BLAHUT, Managar J Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer | On Draught HUNTER HOTEL AMUSEMENT PARLORS / Spend your laaaura time playing pool J and bulla nil. You ara ajwmya wi'lctmc. Coma tot me. VI L H. ICIEST DOUGL^F t + ?? + + + + + + + ??/''?? * / * * ARE YOU GOING TO P-"LD7 ? + M * * Are you going Uvva'j your * * house? See Georj^ Brown, ? + Contractor * Doufl'" ? *? + + + + ******* I ARE tou /wG TO BUIU'l ?d'NTBDlLDBE J n ,IU both big and small and doea ra """"jyatraaaonablo rates. Saa me at the Qoepua Hardware Store or Phone 55 I Public Stenographer 207 SEWARD BLOCK | RUTH MERRILL, PHONE 296 ST. GEORGE HOUSE. Everything new. Good light and rell ventilated rooms. Baths, electric IghL Good board. Reasonable rates by the day, week r month. 4-18-tf MRS. A. E. VESTAJL.