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The Alaska Grill:
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The Bcj< Appointed
Place in Town
! Best of Everything Served
at Moderate Prices
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When in Seattle Stop
at the Place for
ALASKANS
It'? Ki re-Proof. Mojum ami Convenient
RATES Sl.OC Per Day and Up
Motel Barker
ConMrPlie aad Slith
Free Auto Ku* Meet* all Pout* and Trains
C. 0. Hal.?troni A Conrad Friodiror. Prop*.
AlASKAN SOURDOUGHS
S. H. MILL WEE
LAWYER
Notary Public
SMOV. Svurani HiiiMmic Junmu, Ataaka
In th? interest of our town
lets patronize our home
merchants
F. WOLLAND
Will give you the Best in
Clothing, both as to style,
and quality, and at the right
price, too.
I 16 B. Second St., Phooe 66
McDonald & Hart
Contractors and Builders
Office at McCloskey's Cijtar Store
Front Street
AUTO FOR HIRE t
TEAMING and DRAYING I,
BERRY TRANSFER CO. I
Phone 2-2.
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i EVERYTHING PRETTY
Ladie*. Onc-Piecc ami Middy Suit*
Undcrmushn*. Corset*. Etc.
The Latcat Style* in Umbrella*
MRS. BERRY'S STORE. Juneau
GROCERIES
MEN'S GOODS
M. J. O'CONNOR Douglas
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Douglas Opera House Hotel In Connection
We serve the BEST BEER ? fllsiec
in Douglas for . . . ?-'*?' vildoo
FREE MOVING PICTURES EVERY NIGHT
The Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars
; ETE I40LAXD0, Prop. Douglas, Alaska
Paul Bloedhorn
WANTS TO KNOW
"What Makes It Go?"
?DO IRON IN COMFORir
The
?frtfeovnt
Way
Point Always Hot. Handle Always
Cool. Stand Attached. The (Elec
tric Iron With the Guarantee. Let
us shoo you one.
DOUGLAS H'DWARE STORE
.1. ss. MINKOVK. i?koi?.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
Largest Music House in Alaska
Highest Grade Pianos, Piano Player s, Edison Olsc Phonographs, Victor
and Columbia Talking Machines, R:c ords of all makes. Sheet Music
3 Stores
Juneau Music House
J. P. L. GRAVES, Mgr.
REXALL DRUG STORE FRONT STREET DRUG STORE
Douglas, Alasxa. Douglas, Alaska.
ELMER E. SMITH, Prop.
DINNER TOMORROW
THE BRUNSWICK
Friday, July 10th.
Our Coffee la Better, Because We Pay
More and Know How to Make It.
Soup *
Macaroni.
Relishes.
Sliced Cucumbors. 10c; Radishes, 10c
Sliced Tomatoes 20c: Groen Onions 10c
Slice Watermelon 15c, Cantaloupe 10c
Fish
Boiled Chicken Halibut, egg sauce, 26. j
Grilled Alaska Salmon, parsley butter,}
25.
Fried Black Cod, Saratoga chips. 25.
Fillet Sole, sauce tartar. 25.
Freuch Sardines, dressed head lettuce,
| 25.
Boiled
Brisket Beef, Spanish sauce, 35
Fig Nucklos. and sauerkraut. 35
Entrees
Braised Breast Lamb, a la millanalse,
| 35.
Country Sausage and mashed potatoes,
35
Individual Pork and Beans and Brown
Bread. 25c.
Breaded Pork Chops, country gravy,
German Pot Roast, potatoe cakes, 35.
Fresh Apple Fritters, wine sauce, 35.
Roasts
, Sirloin Beef with Brown Gravy, 35c.
Stuffed Young Pig, herb dressing, 35.
Vegetables
Dessert
| Pudding served. Pies, 5 aud 10c.
Wc have the best cooked meal in the
City.
FOLLOWING THE DIRECTIONS
on the bottle is the nurse's duty. Fol
I lowing to the letter the directions of
I the doctor is our duty and we fulfill
it in every case. No medicine can be
too good. Our prescription work guar
antees the best to be had. "We do
not substitute." Dorans Prescription
Pharmacy. 7-9-tf.
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 o%vn forests, cut
in our own mills and sold direct.
Send list for proof of saving.
Square deal guarantee backed by
One Million Dollars invested in
tbc business. Millwork Catalog
free. Prize Plan Book (all practi
cal homes) . Ten Cents
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+ ALASKA DAILY EMPIRE +
+ Douglas Branch +
+ M. A. SNOW, Manager ? +
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+ DOUGLAS NEW8 NOTE8. ?
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rxwc<LAS. July 8.?Work will soon
begraon an addition to the Episcopal
church. The plans have been drawn,
and the name of the contractor will
soon be announced.
A number of Douglas Island Elks at
tended lodge In Juneau last night.
Miss Bertha Asterllnck and Polodorc
Shuttyser were married Monday at
the Catholic church, Father Bruckort
officiating.
A baby girl was recently born at
Petersburg to Mr. and Mrs. John Stoft
former residents of Douglas.
Messrs. Phillips and Murphy are fit
ting up the store room in the San
Souci building next to the post office
for a bakery. They state that they
will opon their place of business about
the end of the month, and that they
hnve a baker coming from the States
to take charge of the business.
O'CONNOR BUYS INTEREST
IN MINING CLAIMS
DOUGLAS, July 3. ?? By a recent
transfer of property. M. J. O'Connor
noaulrod one-thlrd interest in six
elnlms owned by John D. McPherson
and .Tames Mitchell. The claims nre
located at Eagle river and are consid
ered valuable properties. Mr. O'Con
nor stated that it is his Intention to
?mnd n few works of Inspection and
development soon, and that a small
mill will bo erected ' within a short
time.
BUILDING HOUSES TO
ACCOMMODATE BACHELORS
DOUGLAS, July 9.?Realizing that
Douglas Is a good field for the renting
of bachelor apartments, John Henson
has decided to build six two-room cot
tages near the City Dock and directly
in the rear of his office. These houses
will be especially designed with a
view of accommodating the men work
ing at Tread well who do not care to
stny In the company's boarding hous
es.
COMPLETE CHANGE OF
PROGRAM AT LYRIC
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DOUGLAS. July 9.?There will be a
complete change of program at the
Lyric theatre tonight.
Four splendid reels will be shown
including a roaring comedy. A stir
ring Western drama and a society
drama will be presented also.
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* TREADWELL NOTES +
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TREADWELL. July 9.?A new vent
ilating is being installed in the assay
office, and a great deal of the dust
will be done away with.
The Misses Jacobus, of Tacoma, who
have been visiting for a few weeks at
the home of Mrs. J. A. Carpenter, left
for their home on the JefTerson.
A. K. Smith, who has been confined
to his home for the past ten days with
a severe attack of grippe, Is reported
to be well on the way to recovery.
There will be a meeting of the
Treadwell fire department tomorrow
evening at the Fire Hall.
CELEBRATE BIRTHDAY
WITH OUTDOOR LUNCH
TREAD WELL. July 9.?Mrs. James
Daniels, assisted by Mrs. William
Franks, gave a party for a number of
the young children of Treadwell in
honor of the sixth birthday of Cleo
Daniels. The hostess led the children
to the Treadwell ditch where a lunch
was served.
Barber Shop for Sale for $250.
A three-chair shop with bath and
hot and cold water, lights, carpet, sit
ting chairs and table In Day building,
Douglas. This Is the best location In
Douglas; can be inspected at the
premises, or inquire of Pete Schrnmen,
223 Waterfront, back of Pacific Coast
dock. Juneau. 6-30,tf.
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SPECIAL
ALE<w
at the
Vogue Shop
To acquaint the ladies of
luneau and vicinity with my
new location, I will sell all
stamped linens in stock, at
a one-third reduction.
These include ladies'
night gowns kimonas, etc.,
children's and infants'dress
es, caps, bibs, etc., sofa pil
lows, doylies, centerpieces,
etc., etc.
This sale is for Thursday,
Friday and Saturday only.
New Location:
Seward Street, Near Third
Phone Main 243.
MRS. ALBERT BERRY
GOODSEGARS
POCKET BILLIARDS
J Dave's Place 1
A Pipe for Every Face
PIPE REPAIRING
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T. U Thurston, postmaster of Idit
arod until April 1st, and Mrs. Thurs
ton are recent arrivals in Juneau. They
are staying at the Cain hotel.
J. A. Magill, the well known Alaska
representative of Swift's, left on the
City of Seattle for Petersburg, Wrung
ell and Ketchikan.
Judge J-J. B. LeFevre, who has been
at Skagway during the session of the
court at that place, returned yesterday
on the Humboldt.
Judge R. A. Gunnison arrived from
Skagway on the Humboldt yesterday
and took passage on the Northwestern
this morning for Wrangell to be gone
until early next week.
Mrs. Cerney returned from Cordova
on the Northwestern this morning.
A. Van Mavern took passage 011 the
Northwestern this morning for Wrang
ell.
Stewart Woods who has been out at
Salmon creek all summer will loave
for Jualln in a few days.
WHITEHORSE BECOMES
FOX FARM CENTER
Young foxes are very numerous this
season, thirty-seven having been
brought In on one steamer a week
ago. Nineteen arrived on the Nasutlin
Monday night and several other bunch
es of from four to s|x and eight have
also been brought in during the past
few days. Ed. Marcotte, who showed
up last Thursday night after a trip
to Lake Arkell. has seven line ani
mals, one black and six cross. Jack
Swanson who works for Robert Lowe,
captured a fine silver grey and a
cross less than a mile below town.
The Indians are bringing in many fine
young animals and, taken all around,
th<* fox business is assuming large pro
portions in this locality. The prices
paid, however, are not nearly so high
as last year and before tho law pro
hibiting their exportation without reg
ulation was passed.
Chambers Kluane Farm.
Compared with the manner In which
Harry Chambers is getting into tho
fox business, the other Yukon fox
ranchers are still in the blossom stage.
"Shorty" already has purchased one
hundred and forty young foxes this
season and has turned down nearly
half that number within the past ten
days. He says it costs him $25 per
day to feed whnt he has, requiring
four men to keep them supplied with
rabbits, gophers and ptarmigan. All
these young animals wero taken with
in a few miles of Champagne and at
' Silver, on lake Kluane, forty more are
awaiting Chambers' arrival next week
when he takes tho mail there.
Among the stock already purchased
by Chambers and now in his corrals
at Champagne are several blacks and
silver greys, all the others being cross
es. The Indians have devoted all
their time to the fox-catching Industry
ever since the season opened, which
was June 1.
J. R. Alguiro of the White Pass ho
tel. Is going into tho fox business on
rather a large scale, having already
acquired twenty-six young animals, all
of which are of good variety, mostly
I crosses but some slivers.?WTiitohorsc
Star.
DAWSON INTERESTED
IN BASE BALL
? An Invitation from Dawson to White
horse to send a baseball team to that
place Is an echo from the paat and
one which revives pleasant recollect
ions of days when Dawson was the
most enthusiastic baseball town of Its
size on the continent of North Ameri
ca?and Whitehorse was equally en
thusiastic, in proportion to her size.?
Whitehorse Star.
Automobile for hire. Careful driver.
Call up 57 or 321. 7-9-tf.
Lists 6-544, -551, -554, -565.
4?354a
RESTORATION TO ENTRY OF
LANDS IN NATIONAL FOREST.
Notice is hereby given that the
ands described below, embracing
228.87 acres, within the Tongass Na
tional Forest, Alaska, will bo subject
to settlement and ontry under the
provisions of the homestead laws of
the United States and the act of Juno
11. 1906 (34 Stat., 233), at the United
States land office at Juneau, Alaska,
on August 15, 1914. Any settler who
was actually and in good faith claim
ing any of said lands for agricultural
purposes prior to January 1, 1906, and
has not abandoned same, has a pref
erence right to mako a homestead
entry for the lands actually occupied.
Said lands were listed upon the appli
cations of the persons mentioned be
low, who have a preference right sub
ject to the prior right of any such set
tler, provided such settler or appli
cant is qualified to make homestead
entry and the preference right is ex
ercised prior to August 15, 1914, on
which date the lands will be subject
to settlement and entry by any quali
fied person. The lands embrace a
tract of 49.67 adrcs, described by
metes and bounds as follows: Begin
ning nt corner No. 1, a sawed spruce
stake triangulnr in shape, scribed H.
1 on the east side, located at mean
high tide on the upper end of Gastin
eau Channel near the Mendenhall Gla
cier, whcnco corner No. 1 of the U. S.
Official Survey No. 381 bears N. 3
chains and W. 20 chains; extending
thence N. 87? E. 20 chains; thcnco
N. 84* E. 20 chains; thence N. 5
chains; thence N. 75? 30' W. 41.51
chains; thence S. 20 chains to the
place of beginning. Said tract was
listed upon tho application of Harry
Smith, of Juneau. Alaska; List 6-544.
A tract of 97 acres described by
metes and bounds as follows: Begin
ning at corner No. 1, a hard rock lo
cated at mean high tide line on north
west shoro of Wards Cove an arm of
Tongass Narrows, chlsled F. S. M.;
extending thence by meanders along
mean high tide line S. 76? E. 10 chains,
N. 69? 30' E. 2 chains, N. 46* E. 12
chains, N. 28? E. 2 chains, N. 56? E. 7
chains, and S. 38? E. 5 chains to cor
nor No. 2; thonco N. 30 chains; thence
S. 43? W. 33 chains; thence S. 30
chains to the place of beginning. Said
tract wns listed upon the application
of Eugene Wacker, of Ketchikan, Al
aska; List 6-551. A tract of 34.10
acres described by metes and bounds
as follows: Beginning at corner No. 1,
a white granite rock marked H. 1 and
sot In mound of rock located at mean
high tide line, whence the west end of
the Sunduin Island bears S. 73? 30'
| W., and the east ond of Bush Island
! bears S. 14? W., and Forest Service
Monument bears N. 29? 30' W. 30.50
chains; extending thence by meanders
along the mean high tide line of Endi
cott Arm S. 30? 10' E. 6 chains, S. 4?
30' E. 4 chah.D, S. 54? 30' E 5 chains,
N. 67? E. 10 chains, S. 44? E. 2.66
chains, and S. 47? E. 12.44 chains to
corner No. 2; thence N. 19? 5' E. 17.43
chains; thence S. 85? W. 16.60 chains;
thence N. 55? W. 17.32 chains; thence
S. 19? 5' W. 5.80 chains to corner No.
1, the place of beginning. Said tract
was listed upon the application of E.
A. Burke, of Sumdum, Alaska; List
6-554. A tract of 48.10 acres describ
ed by metes and bounds as follows:
Beginning at corner No. 1. a hemlock
stake, whence the Forest Service Mon
ument bears N. 63? 50' W. 11.17 chains,
tho west end of Sundum Island bears
S. 66? 30' W., and house of August
Bock bears N. 6? 45' E.; extending
thenco by meanders along the mean
high tide line of Endlcott Arm N. 53?
W. 10.78 chains, N. 32? W. 4.90 chains,
N. 16? 10' W. 3.33 chains, S. 67? 10'
W. 6.47 chains. S. 11? 50' W. 4.61
chains, S. 80? 40' W. 6.86 chalnH, and
S. 71? W. 2.26 chains to corner No. 2;
thence N. 5.38 chains; thence N. 71?
30' E. 5.01 chains; thence N. 11 chains;
thence E. 32 chains; thence S. 19? 45'
W. 24.90 chains to corner No. 1, the
place of beginning. Said tract wns
listed upon tho application of August
Beck, of Sumdum, Alaska; List 6-565.
May 21, 1914.?C. M. BRUCE, Assist
July Clearance Sale
Great Reductions on Seasonable Merchandise for Sum
mer Wear. To Close Our Summer Lines We Are Mak
ing a Reduction for One Week Only
WOMENS' SUITS 1-2 PR I F
Women's modish suits at half price; most all this sea
son's styles.
$15.00 SUITS, now $ 7.50
20.00 SUITS, now 10.00
25.00 SUITS, now 12.50
30.00 SUITS, now 15.00
35.00 SUITS, now 17.50
WOMENS' DRESSES 1-2 PRICE
Women's dresses in cotton, wool and silk, all the season's
styles, to close at half price.
$15.00 DRESSES, now .: $ 7.50
20.00 DRESSES, now 10.00
25.00 DRESSES, now 12.50
30.00 DRESSES, now 15.00
About 15 dresses, last season's styles, former prices to
$30.00, your choice, $7.50.
WASH FABRICS P RIED 1-3 LESS
33 1-3% reduction on all colored wash fabrics, both plain
and fancy.
15c FABRICS, now 10c
20c FABRICS, now 15c
25c FABRICS, now 17c
35c FABRICS, now 22c
50c FABRICS, now 33c
WOMENS' COATS 1-2 PRICE
About a dozen women's coats to close at half price.
$14.50 COATS, now $ 7.25
20.00 COATS, now 10.00
22.50 COATS, now 11.25 ,
35.00 COATS, now ; 17.50
Childrens' Wash Dresses 1-3 Less
33 1-3% discount on all children's wash dresses.
$1.00 DRESSES, now $ .65
1.50 DRESSES, now 95
2.00 DRESSES, now 1.35
2.50 DRESSES, now 1.70
WHITE GOODS PRICED 1-3 LESS
Crepes, Swisses and fancy weave white goods, priced at
one-third less.
20c QUALITY, now 14c
25c QUALITY, now 17c
30c QUALITY, now ' 20c
35c QUALITY, now 22c
50c QUALITY, now 33c
/pz^fjuneru,.Alaska.
ant Commissioner of the General Land
Offlco.
MADAME IZMORE?Egyptian palm
ist and clairvoyant in your city for a
short time. Do not fail to see her, do
not live to regret, be sure and see
her?past, present and future; satis
faction guaranteed. Office hours 10
a. m. to 9. p. m. 229 Main street.?
7-3-6t.
WANTED?Girl or woman for gen
eral housework. Inquire mornings at
350 Diwtiii ave. 7-6-tf
FOUND?Gold mounted spectacles.
I Ask Empire. 7-9-3t.
PETTIT & HARVEY
Rentals and General Collections
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
Auditing and Accounting
Agents Northern Life Insurance Co.
Cheney Bldg. Phone 297
Let Cleveland
Build It
Whether It Is a residence, a
store or a warehouse, If Cleveland
does It, It will be done right.
E8TIMATES and PRELIMINARY
DRAWING3 FREE.
P. J. CLEVELAND
'Phone 603 530 East 8treet ?
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EMPLYOMENT AGENCY
Good, reliable laborers can
be had quickly by calling phone
Main 242.
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ij Stanley jl
::theman who does::
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;; Sign Painting ;;
; House Painting and
Decorating, ?? ^
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; Phone 94 ; h
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JBBarmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm I
BOWLING
I* a healthful and
pleasant pastime.
Several Clubs are being
organized t f * t
Why don't you form a club among
your friends and participate in the ,
bowling tournament in September.
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I The Brunswick Alleys I *
Am open night and day for prac
tice. :: :: :: :: :: #GET BUSY
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? When you want ? >
! Hardware, Stoves, Furni- !!
! ture, Carpets, Linoleum, !!
! Sashes, Guns, Electric Sup- !!
! plies, Trunks, Suit Cases, !!
! Chinaware, Punts and Oils !
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Julius Jensen::
? Douglas Alaska ? >
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The Grotto ;;
;; Saloon and Liquor Store ;;
LaVELLE & BROPHY ? ?
.. Proprietors
Front St
JUNEAU
<-!? !? I"I"1"1 'I M I-M1M I I 1 1 1 II 1
L. G Thoma* Mori F. Thoma* ?
Alaska Furniture & Undertaking 2
Co., Inc. 'X
Funeral Directors & Fmbalmers t
IXygly AU^Iy ?
HUNTER HOTEL
DOUGLAS, ALASKA
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Strictly First-Class. Always : i
on Hand: Choice Wines, Liquors \J *
and Cigars. Our Specialty? !?
Mixed Drinks.
Front St, opp. Ferry Landing j
B. CONRAD, Prop. j
R'JDOLPH BLAHUT, M?n?*?r ;
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer |
On Draught |
HUNTER HOTEL
AMUSEMENT PARLORS
Spend your leasure time playing pool
and billlardr. You are alwaya welcome.
Come ace mo.
L. H. KIEST - DOUGLAS
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ARE YOU GOING TO BUILD7 ?
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Are you going to repair your *
house? Sec George E. Brown, +
p Contractor & Builder, Douglas +
ARB YOU GOING TO BUILD?
mTgimse snsat J
Build* house* both biar and a mail and doe^ re
pair work at reasonable rate*. See me at the
Douglas Hardware Store or Phone SS
Public Stenographer
207 SEWARD BLOCK
RUTH MERRILL.
PHONE 295
ST. GEORGE HOU8E. '
Everything now. Good light and
ell ventilated rooms. Baths, electric
ght. Good board.
Reasonable rates by the day, wee*
r month.
MRS. A. E. VESTALt, "T

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