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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
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: OCCIDENTAL HOTEL AND ANNEX f
Occidental Hotel Co.. J. P. Old*, Mgr.. European Plan
Headquarters for Mining Men and Commercial Travelers
* _; FRONT STREET Opposite Post Office Phone 1-1
H-1 I I I I I I i 1 M 4 I I I I I-1 M 1 1 I M 1 I I I I I I I I I 1 -l l-M I -I I 1 I 1 1 1 1 H
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF JUNEAU
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
Capital $ 50,000
Surplus and Undivided Profits 50,000
DIRECTORS
T. F. Kennedy, Pres. r r krnnedy "
John Reck, Vice-Pres. geo. f^miller
Harold H. Post. Cashier m. j. oconnor
R. H. STEVENS. AuuUnt Cashier
Under the un? management
FIRST TERRITORIAL BAXK OF ALASKA
Internet oeid on Time Deceits
Rates Reasonable Third end Harris Street, Juneau
ThcBERGMANN
NEWLY BUILT ANO 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 And our furniture
ideal iu 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.
JUN-AU FCRSTURE CO.
"Til- Home Far Uber<"
Tel 261 Cor. 3rd ind Sen rd
Beer
lOca
Glass
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LOUVRE
BAR
Free Moving Picture Shows Every
Afternoon and Evening
WILLIAM SCRIBNER, Mngr.
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Heidelberg Liqour Co., Inc. ;
largest Stock Best Brands of !
Imported and Domestic Liquors
and Wines for Family Use.
free Delivery MAIL ORDERS A SPECIALTY Phone 386 :
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Juneau Liquor Company, Inc.
THE LARGEST STOCK-THE BEST BRANDS OF
Imported and Domestic Liquors and Wines for family use
PHONE 0-4?MAIL ORDERS A SPECIALTY-FREE DELIVERY 3!
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When ordering BEER
insist on RAINIER PALE
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? LEAGUE BASEBALL +
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+*+*+++?++*
NORTHWE8TERN LEAGUE.
Won Loat Pet
Seattle 54 30 .643
Vancouver ...... 52 31 .626
! Spokane 50 31 .617
(Victoria 33 48 .407
Portland ... 29 61 .363
Tacoma 29 56 .341
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE.
Won Loat Pet
Venice 60 41 .550
l.oa Angeles ........ 51 43 .643
San Kranciaco 50 46 .621
Portland 44 41 .518
Sacramento 46 46 .500
Oakland 34 58 .370
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Won Lost Pet
Philadelphia ...? 42 ? 29 .691
Detroit 42 33 .560
Washington 38 32 .643
Boston 39 34 .534
Chicago 38 33 .535
St Louis 37 35 .514
Cleveland 25 45 .357
Now York 23 43 348
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Won Lost Pet
New York 40 24 .625
Chicago 38 34 .628
Cincinnati 37 34 .621
St. Louis 37 36 .607
Brooklyn 31 33 .484
Philadelphia 30 31 .476
Pittsburgh 30 36 .456
Boston 26 39 400
FEDERAL LEAGUE.
tton Lost Pet
Chicago 40 27 .696
Indianapolis 35 30 .538
Buffalo 32 29 .525
Baltimore 34 31 .523
Brooklyn 30 31 .492
Pittsburgh 4 29 34 .460
Kansas City 32 39 .451
St. Louis 30 41 .423
NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE.
Yesterday's Scores:
At Seattle?Seattle. 10; Victoria, 7.
At Vancouver ? Vancouver, 4; Port
land, 3.
At Spokane?Spokane, 6; Tacoma, 4.
| PACIFIC COAST LEAQUE.
Yesterday's 8core?:
There were no games yesterday In tho
Pacific Coast League. The teams
were changing towns.
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Yesterday's Scoroi:
At Philadelphia?Philadelphia, 2; New
York, 0.
At Washington?Washington, 1; Bos
ton, 0.
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Yesterday'! Scorej:
At New York?New York, 5?2: Phll
j adclphla, 4?7.
At Boston ? Boston. 3?1: Brooklyn,
1?0.
FEDERAL LEAGUE.
Yesterday's Scores:
At Indianapolis ? Indianapolis ? St.
Louis game postponed: rain.
At Brooklyn?Brooklyn, 10: Baltimore,
fr.
At Buffalo?Pitsburgh, 6; Buffalo, 6.
At Chicago?Kansac City, 4; Chicago,
1.
INTERIOR DEMOCRATS
WORK IN HARMONY
If the Democrats of Alaska can
keep together in their work, as they
are doing at present, it seems as
suhed that success will be their re
ward at the coming election. Late
reports from various parts of the
Territory indicate that the factions
are drawing nearer together all the
time, and that when a candidate for
delegate to congress is once nomin
ated. almost all the members of the
j party will be back of the nominee.
The only cloud in the Democratic
sky In Alaska is hovering over Val
dez, and it Is to be hoped that by
the time the rfeoilar convention is
i held, the Valdra factions may be
brought together.
From present Indications, the Val
dez split will extend to no other
part of the Territory, for everywhere
else, there seems to be a growing
tendency for untty and good fellow
ship.
It is not often that the members
of a party work in such unison as
It is up to the influential members
of the Tanana Valley Democratic
club still further to promote this
condition, and it is quite cortain
that they will do so.?Fairbanks Citi
zen.
KETCHIKAN MAY
INCREASE BOUNDARIES
Ketchikan has taken the prelimin
ary steps to increase the area within
Its municipal limits by including
within them "all of the tide lands and
water front abutting the southerly
boundary of the present town of Ket
chikan and the property and plant of
the New England Fish Company and
the property and plant of the Stand
ard Oil Company and the public ceme
tery."
Judge Robert W. Jennings will hear
on August 10. at Juneau, a petition
asking that the matter be submitted
to the electors of Ketchikan. At such
hearing such persons as oppose the
proposition, if any, alBo will be heard.
The order setting the time of hearing
was made at Skagway at the request
of S. A. Plumley, Ketchikan's city at
torney.
MOVING PICTURES
AND THE EYES
Optical science has been studying
the effect ^of moving pictures on the
eyes and a certain lens is recommend
ed. People who are subject to this
strain should have a pair to slip on at
the show. You can get them com
plete for one dollar a palt^-a sure
preventative of future trouble. ROBT.
SIMPSON, Optometrist and Optician
?6-24-tf.
NOTICE.
All 4th of July bills should be pre
sented to the chairman of the various
committees no later than tomorrow,
Tuesday. July 7.
S. HIRSCH,
Chairman Executive Committee.
FOUND?a gentleman's watch. Own
er can recover same by proving prop
erty and paying for this notice Ap
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I H AN AN" SHOES
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INDESTRUCTO TRUNKS
We Get The Signals
from the fashion cutters of the world, telling us of every change in style. We make
it our business to know correct dress for men and build up our stock accordingly.
We can advise the man who is puzzled over what to wear for this or that occasion
and show him the very things we suggest, instanter.
Why not come to the headquarters?
PAY AS MUCH AS YOU CAN
is our advice to you when you select a suit of clothes?the best is always the cheap
est in the end. Our suits sell from $12.50 to $35.00; and at each price we show the
very best value to be had for the price asked. Sole agents for the famous
BENJAMIN CLOTHES
ITS JUST THE MOMEN l
for you to think about the season's second straw hat?particularly if your old one is looking frayed or dingy from
the effect of summer wear. It doesn't pay to spend money and time at the cleaners; better buy anew at a price
way under our early figure. f
===== GOT A CAP IN YOUR SUIT CASE =
There are a dozen uses for a good cap on the average vacation time, when nothing else seems just right for the
occasion. We can sell you one that will pack in a pocket. It means an easier mind for the man going away.
Remember the New Arrivals of Boys' Suits with Two Pair of Trousers, All Wool, Norfolk Style, 6 to 17 Years.
B. BEHRENDS COMFY I
MINING APPLICATION NO. 01685.
Notice of Application of the Alaska
Treadwell Gold Mining Company
for United States Patent to the
Robert, Bedum, Wow-Wow, Agnes
and Hunter Lode Claims and the
Hunter Mlllsite.
United States Land Office,
Juneau, Alaska, June 29, 1914.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
in pursuance of Chapter Six of Title
32 of the Revised Statutes of the Unit
ed States, the undersigned, the Alaska
Treadwell Gold Mining Company, a
corporation duly organized and exist
ing under and by vlrtuo of the laws of
the State of Minnesota, authorized to
do and doing business in the
Territory of Alnska, (whoso post
of!lce* address is Treadwell, Alas
ka, by its authorized agent and
Attorney in Fact, Robert A. Kin
zie (whoso post ofllco address is
Treadwell, Alaska), has filed an ap
plication for patent for the Robert,
Bedum, Wow-Wow. Agnes, and Hunt
er lode claims and the Hunter Mill-1
site, situate near Sheep Creek about:
three miles southeast of the Town of:
Juneau, in the Harris Mining District, i
Junenu Recording District, Territory
of Alaska and designated by the field ;
notes and official plat on file in this
office as mineral survey No. 994-A & B,
which Hold notes of survey describe
the boundaries and extent of such
lode claims and mlllsite on the sur
face with mngnetlc declination at all
corners 31* 30' East, as follows, viz:
Robert Lode Survey No. 994-A. .
Beginning at Cor. No. 1 whence
U. S. M. M. No. 3-A bears N 46?
48' 53" E 6310.49 feet; thence S
13* 22' W 1379.06 feet to Cor. No.
2; thence N 76? 36' W 600 feet to
Cor. No. 3; thence N 13s 22' E
1379.06 feet to Cor. No. 4; on line
1-2 Wow-Wow lode; thence S 76*
36' E 600 feet to Cor. No. 1 the
place of beginning. Total area
18.995. Area not claimed In con
flict with Hunter lode this survey
1.752: With survey No. 71-B Mex
ican Mill8lte 3.226; with survey
72-B Belvlderc Mlllsite 0.899; to
tal area of conflicts not claimed
5.877; net area claimed 13.118.
The Robert has no adjoining
claims that do not conflict, ac
cording to the plat of survey.
JBedum Lode Survey No. 994-A.
Beginning at Cor. No. 1 whence
U. S. M. M. No. 3-A bears N 72?
59' 55" E 4280.90 feet; thence S
11* 00' W 1500 feet to Cor. No.
2; thence N 79' 00' W 450 feet to
Cor. No. 3; thence N 11* 00' E
1500 feet to Cor. No. 4; from
which portal of tunnel bears S
17* 36' W 609 feet; thence S 79*
00' E 450 feet to Cor. No. 1 the
place of beginning. Total area
15.496 acres. Area not claimed
in conflict with Agnes lode this
survey 0.662: With survoy No.
983 Glacier Millsite, exclusive of
its conflict with the Agnes lode
thiB survey, 1.601; total area of
conflicts not claimed 2.263; net
area claimed 13.233. The Bedum
lode has no ndjoining claims that
do not conflict, according to the
plat of survey.
Wow-Wow Lode Survey No. 994-A
Beginning at Cor. No. 1 whence
U. S. M. M. No. 3-A bears N 55?
59' 57" E 6064.50 feet; thence S
11* 17' W 1500 feet to Cor. No. 2;
thence N 76" 15' W 593.73 feet to
Cor. No. 3; thence N. 11* 17' E
1500 feet to Cor. No. 4; whence
a spruce stump 40 in. diameter
blazed and scribed W-4-994-A BO
bears S 52' 02' E 17.48 feet;
thence S 76? 16' E 593.73 feet to
Cor. No. 1 the place of beginning.
Total area 20.426 acres. Area not
claimed in conflict with Hunter
lode this survey 1.148: With Sur
vey No. 260 B Jumbo Millsite
[ 0.220; with Agnes lode this sur
voy 0.351; with Robert lode this
survey 0.202. Area claimed in
conflict with Survey No. 979,
Homestead No. 3, exclusive of its
conflict with Survey No. 260-B
Jumbo Millsite 0.060; total area
of conflicts not claimed 1.921; to
tal area in conflict claimed 0.060;
not area claimed 18.605. The Wow
Wow lode has no adjoining
claims that do not conflict accord
ding to the plat of survey.
Agnes Lode Survey No. 994-A.
Beginning at Cor. No. 1 whence
U. S. M. M. No. 3-A bears N 66*
47' 19" E 5133.54 feet; thence S
00" 02' E 1479.29 feet to Cor. No.
2 identical with Cor. No. 1 Hunt
er lode; thence N 79* 04' W 588.13
feet to Cor. No. 3 identical with
Cor. No. 4 Hunter lode; thence
N 00* 02* W 1479.29 feet to Cor.
No. 4; thence S 79? 04' E 588.13
feet to Cor. No. 1 the place of be
ginning. Total area 19.608 acres.
| Area not claimed In conflict with
Survey No. 983 Silver Queen Mill
site 4.972: With survey No. 983
Glacier Millalte 3.352; total area
of conflicts not claimed 8.324;
net area claimed 11.284. The
Agnes lode has no adjoining
claims that do not conflict, ac
cording to the plat of survey.
Hunter Lode Survey No. 994-A.
Beginning at Cor. No. 1 Identi
cal with Cor. No. 2 Agnes lode
whence U. S. M. M. No. 3-A bears
N 53? 24' 21" E 5875.34 feet;
thenco S 23* 16' E 1483.41 feet
point for corner No. 2; thence N
79? 04' W 588.13 feet to Cor. No.
3; thenco N 23* 16' W 1483.41
feet to Cor. No. 4 Identical with
Cor. No. 3 Agnes lode; thence S
79" 04' E 588.13 to Cor. No. 1 the
placo of beginning. Total and net
area claimed 16.565 acres no ex
clusions. The Hunter lode has no
adjoining claims, according to the
plat of survey, except the Robert,
Wow-Wow nnd Agnes, all of this
survey.
Hunter Millslte Survey No. 994-B.
Beginning at Cor. No. 1 whence
Cor. No. 1 Hunter lode claim
bears N 61? 33' 43" E 1956.13
feet; thence S 29? 00' W 294.24
feet to Cor. No. 2 on shore of Gas
tineau Channel at line of mean
high water; thence N 70* 7' W
104.43 feet to Cor. No. 3 on shore
of Gastineau Channel at line of
mean high water; thence N 80*
42' 30" W 88.93 feet to Cor. No. 4
on shore of Gastineau Channel at
line of mean high water; thence
N 85" 54' W 51 61 feet to Cor. No.
5 on shore of Gastineau Channel
at line of mean high water; thence
N 67? 54' W 93.11 feet to Cor.
No. 6: thence N 46* 29' W 87
feet to Cor No. 7 under platform
and on shore of Gastineau Chan
nel at line of mean high water;
thenco N 35" 40' W 69.35 feet to
Cor. No. 8 on tbo shore of Gas
tineau Channel at line of mean
high water under platform; thence
N 26? 20' W 75.18 feet to Cor. No.
9 on the shore of Gastineau Chan
nel nt line of mean high water un
der platform; thence N 47? 56' 20"
W 105.24 feet to Cor. No. 10 on
the shore of Gas' jpau Channel
at line of mean i.igh water, under
platforms thence N 29? 00' E
296.83 feet to Cor. No. 11. whence
portal of tunnel course NE bears
S 29? 33' E 70.5 feet; thence S
46? 29' E 321.65 feet to Cor. No.
12; thence S 67? 54' E 328.35 feet
to Cor. No. 1 the place of begin
ning. Total area 4.603 acres.
Area claimed in conflict with sur
vey No. 979, Homestead No. 3,
lode 4.580. Total area claimod
4.603. The Hunter Millslte has no
adjoining claims that do not con
flict, according to the plat of sur
vey.
According to the plat of survey, the
claims adjoining the Robert lode are
the Mexico and Belvedere Millsites,
Surveys No. 71-B and 72-B on the
south; the Wow-Wow on the west;
and the Hunter on the north.
The claims adjoining the Wow-Wow
lode are the Homestead No. 3 lode
on the west; the Agnes on the north;
and the Hunter and Robert on the
east
The claims adjoining the Hunter
are tho Robert and Wow-Wow on the
west and the Agnes on the north.
The claims adjoining the Agnoe
lode are tho Hunter and Wow-Wow on
the south and the Bedum on tho oast
The clnims adjoining tho Bedum
lode are the Agnes on the west.
The Huntor Millslte is bounded on
tho East north and west by the Homo
stead No. 3 lode, Survey No. 979.
On all the other sides the ciaimB
are surrounded by unoccupied public
land.
C. B. WALKER,
Register. |
U. S. Land Office, Juneau, Alaska.;
June 30, 1914.
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that the
foregoing notice be published for the j
statuory period of sixty (60) days in
the Alaska Daily Empire, a newspaper
of general circulation, published at
Juneau, Alaska, a newspaper which Is
hereby designated as the newspaper
nearest the claims above described.
C. B. WALKER,
Register.
First publication July 7, 1914.
Last publication , 1914.
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Plumbing and Tinning?Garden Tools
Garden Barrows-Paints, Oils, Brushes
? you arc particular and want the best FISHING
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I don't fail to come and look at our large assort
ment of FISHING TACKLE, RODS. ETC.
I Headquarters For
Baseball Supplies, Guns, Ammunition I
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O WE ALWAY8 HAVE
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JUNEAU DOUGLAS
Phono 299 Phone 52 j
Alaska Cleaners & Dyers;
Are Now Open
and wo clean anything any tlmo by the
latest and most up-to-dato methods. If
you havo anything that you have des
paired of cleaning, bring It to us.
French dry cleaning Is our specialty.
Goods called for and delivored. Wo
guarantee to please.
GEO. CURTIS, Prop.
W. A. Kcrsruiton II. A. Hirkpatrlck
The Buffet
Hotel Cain
"Nothing But the Best"
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Whiskey
Side Entrance next to Elk's Hall
Telephone 289
THE GENUINE
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Cleaning, Dyeing, Repair
ing and Pressing
All Kinds of Remodeling
All Work Guaranteed
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Telephone 11 P. 0. Box 498
Scandinavian
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urocery cityDo<k
Imported and Fancy Groceries
All Fruits and Vegetables
in Season General Mer
, cbandisc. Miner's and Fish
erman's Outfitting a Specialty
Full Weight and Accurate Service
A Trial Order and \/ou
will be Convinced
WELL, THE FOURTH IS OVER and WE ?
ALL HAD A GOOD TIME?Although Trade ?
was fine and lots of goods were sold we still have ?
THE BEST OF EVERYTHING IN CLOTHING, HATS !
CAPS, SHOES and GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS TO t
BE FOUND IN ALASKA and WE ARE GLAD TO SEE |
i: YOU ANY TIME I
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