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.. 1U Bed Appointed ? > I . > Place in Town ? 1j 11 Best of Everything Served ! ' ^ at .Moderate Prices ;; | When in Seattle Stop at the Place for ALASKANS It'n Fire-Proof. Modern and Convenient RATES $1.00 Per Day and Up hotel Barker CorarrPile and Siuh Free Auto Ru? Meets ail Boat* and Trains C. O. Halatrnm A Conrad Frtedimc. Prop*. ALASKAN SOURDOUGHS " J T Hll ? WMBMB???j ! S. H. MILLWEE ! t LAWYER } ? ? ? Notary Public f ? Sew-anl Huililirir Juneau. AUflka ? ? ? :n ill In the interest of our town lets patronize our home merchants F. WOLLAN1) Will give you the Best in Clothing, both as to style, (and quality, and at the right price, too. j 116 E. Second St.. Phone 66 jjj ?' ? " McDonald & Hart Contractors and Builders Office at MeCloskey's Cipar Store Front Street 1?ffi fvi-r: iiiii'itiiiiiiiii'i* J AUTO FOR HIRE J ?: TEAMING and DRAYING I! ?? BERRY TRANSFER CO. i! " Phone 2-2. j" -T---T-: : i ! i ! i i i i i i i i i 11 i H I i t ? EVERYTHING PRSTTY ? ? Piece arui Male y S'lit* J X Undermualin.v Corset*, itc. ^ ? The Latest Style* in Umbrellas ? ? MRS. BERRY'S STORE. Juneau > ? ^ ^ ^ ? \ GROCERIES | MEN'S GOODS | M. J. O'CONNOR Douglas fj : Douglas Opera House Hotel In Connection ? | We serve the BEST BEER ? Hlacc I in Douglas for . . . ** VAUtSo I FREE MOVING PICTURES EVERY NIGHT Z X The Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars X I ETE HOLANDO, Prop. Douglas, Alaska 5 Paul Bloedhorn WANTS TO KNOW "What Makes It Go?" g[5xifoisss BOILS TOASTS BROILS FRIES A DAINTY MEAL RIGHT ON THE TABLE QUICKLY. AND SERVED HOT DOUGLAS H'DVVARE STORE Phone 53 J. S. Minkove SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Largest Music House in Alaska Highest Grade Pianos, Piano Player s, EdisoVi Disc Phonographs, Victor and Columbia Talking Machines, Rec ords of all makes. Sheet Music. 3 Stores Juneau Music House J. P. L. GRAVES, Mgr. REXALL DRUG STORE FRONT STREET DRUG STORE Douglas, Alaska. Douglas, Alaska. ELMER E. SMITH, Prop, DINNER TOMORROW ; THE BRUNSWICK SUNDAY, JULY 12th, 1914. Our Coffee Is Better, Becauso We Pay " More and Know How to Make IL . Soup Cream of Celestiue. Relishes. Sliced Cucumbers. 10c; Radishes. 10c Sliced Tomatoes 20c: Green Onions 10c Slice Watermelon l6o,- Cantaloupe 10c Fish Boiled Chicken Halibut, shrimp sauce. Grilled Alaskn Salmon, anchovy but ter, 25. Fried Black Cod, au Bhur Nolr, 25. Fillet Sole, tartar sauce. 25. French sardines, dressed head lettuce. 35. Boiled Chicken with oyster sauce. 50. Rib Knds Beef. 35. Entrees Vtal Pot Pie, egg dumplings, 35. Individual Pork and Beans and Brown Bread, 25c. Chicken Fricasse. corn fritter. 50. 3rt aded Pork Chops, Missouri style. J 5. Veal and Chicken Pie, en casserole, 35. | Fried Cornmeal Mush and Bacon. 35. j Banana -Titters and Vanila Sauce, 35. J Roasts Sirloin Beef with Brown Gravy, 35c.' Stultffed Young Pig, herb dressing, 35. t Vegetables Dessert Pudding served. Pies, 5 and 10c. j We have the best cooked meal In the City. ? ? ? * i "LES MISERABLES" NOW RUNNING AT JAXON'S. The production ot Victor Hugo's masterpiece, "Les Miserables," at Jax on's rink last night marked the begin ning of a series of high class dramas adapted to photo-play production, that are to be presented by the Jaxon rink management. "Lea Miserables," as produced last night, is a highly entertaining play and it held the interest of the audience throughout the two hours required for its presentation. The main features and dramatic scenes of the great hov el wore reproduced with a fidelity that is remarkable. Those who witnessed it were entirely satisfied. The same drama will be presented at the rink to night. * ? o FRESH RANCH Et.GS?from Dahl's Spuhu Island farm. Everv egg guar anteed pure and healthy a..d 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. J. A. Snow, special agent for the sup pression of the liquor traffic among In dians. will leave on the Spokane for Skagway, Sitka and other points. I BrowA?' ? Skating Sunday Evening j I at The NATATORIUM I ALASKA DAILY EMPIRE ? I Douglas Branch * I M. A. SNOW, Manager + B .J. + + + + + + + + + + + h * h DOUGLAS NEWS NOTES. + h + ??+++++?*+++???+ QOpGLAS, July 11.?Father Glee ton) will hold mass at tho Catholic :hurck tomorrow morning. Tho choir vlll sing the high mass used lUBt Thrlstmas. Contractor GImso startod work on :he Henson cottageB this morning. There will be services at St. Luke's Splscopal church tomorrow evening at sight o'clock. The engagement of Tonl Yuraclch ind Miss Agnes Morac has zeen an nounced. Al-Kl arrived at 2 o'clock this morn ng with several tons of freight and i few passengers and left for Too Har bor and Sitka at five o'clock this morn ing. She will leave Douglas for tho South at noon Monday. Ed Peterson will leave for the South nil the Al-Kl Monday. 1 oni Daven, who has been In the licsp'ial since the 5th when ho accl Icntally shot himself, Is able to br around on crutches. Mrs. Geo. Watklns left on tho City 3f Seattle for her homo in Soattle. HORN?July 9. to Mr. and Mrs. Pharles Klvlncm. a son. Mother and Ron arc doing well. Congregational church services to morrow as follows: Sunday School at 10 a. m. Mr. Hopper will begin train ee the Sunday School scholars to *ing; many chow signs of excellent talent and it Is believed that a splen did chorus will be the result. Evening worship at 8. theme, "Information and Inspiration." Increasing numbers are attending these sorvices. All will find a hearty welcome. GUS TAKES ANNUAL NEAR DOUGLAS FLOAT DOUG I. AS, July 11.?"Yump. Ole. yurnp. ay tank you can make it In two yumps." That Is the best way of ex plaining what occurred at the Douglas ferry float yesterday morning on the eleven o'clock trip of the Alma. Gus Errlc8on, deck hand on the fer ry, decided he'd Jump ashore when the boat was about six feet away from the float. Then he decided he wouldn't. Then he hesitated. "He who'hesitates is lost." The next moment there was a splash. Gus got wet. Milt Both well heroically saved Gus' cap with an umbrella. "And they all lived hnp pily ever after." . > > BIG SHOW AT THE LYRIC THEATRE SUNDAY NIGHT ~ DOUGLAS. July 11.?This Is the ex cellent program at the Lyric theatre Sunday night: A Weekly Current Events of the World. A Rural Drama, full of heart Inter est. "The Girl and the Grafter"?one of those splendid Thanhouser dramas. "Texas Kelly at Bay"?A splendid Western Kay Boe film. "The Bachelor's Housekeeper" ? a comedy?Three bachelors start house keeping, all finally yielding to th. housekeeper's charms. Watch for the- bfg show on the 17th ?nd ISth. \ A J. -5. A * A j. j. J. 4. 4. J, J, J. . ! + :? TREADWELL NOTES + * ???> + <??? + + + + + +'*<.?*?* TREADWELL, July 11. ? A large number of Juneau people were over over last night enjoying the privileges of the Trcadwell natatorlum. E. M. Gibson, who recently returned from the Interior, will soon leave for Arizona. Tho Treadwcll Are department held a short meeting last night: nothing - but routine matters being brought up. 4 A number of novelties were shown at * the entertainment after the meeting. 4. The oil tanks at Treadwcll are all , being treated to a coat of fresh paint. D. F. Hawkins, an old time pump * man at the Treadwcll mine, recently returned from the'States and has gone to work in the mine again. John R. Connor, the third basoman 81 of the Trcadwell team has accepted a position as oiler at the Mexican. Miss Burquist, a sister of Mrs. F. ^ R. Summers, arrived on the Admiral Evans, and is visiting at her sister's . home in the Pines. F. A. Hammersmith, secretary of 0 he Alaska Treadwell Gold Mining com- . pany, left for his home in San Fran cisco on the Princess Sophia. Tj CAPTAIN MAKES LONG ti SIGHTSEEING TRIP a 4* 1 TREADWELL, July 11? Capt H. L. R Threlkeld, of the 30th U. S. Infantry a1 went through the Treadwell mine yes- 01 terday as the guest of D. J. Kinzie. G Capt. Threlkeld is on his way to the States from Fort St. Michael, where K he has been stationed for the past two years. His regiment is being brought rc to the States from the different posts ol in Alaska by the transport Buford. but r' upon his "efjuest, he was allowed to al take ihe trip up the Yukon river, as a \acation. C g ^ rv BASEBAL BALL GAME AT sf TREADWELL TOMORROW q The eleventh game of the series of j, lifteen arranged to be played by Doug- tr las-Treauwell and Gasttncau-Juneau R| teams will be played on the Treadwell grounds tomorrow afternoon at 3:15. A large number of Juneau rooters plan an going over and It Is expected that there will be a big crowd In attend ance. The Gastlneau-Juneau line-up U1 ivill be the same as last Sunday. ? ? ? rc SALMON RUN SLACKENS. T ?*? nl Word comes from the West Coast >f Prince of Wales Island that the ;almon run there has slackened, and ai hat many have quit fishing. The mild :ure fishermen have had a good sea ion thus far. ? ? ? Di DR. PALLISTER OPENS OFFICE. J\ -I- ni Dr. William Palllster. ear, eye, nose nd throat specialist, has opened offl es at 326 Second street, and an ounces that he will remain in Juneau fj( ntil September 1st. jj( ? ? ? in WANTED ? Two nicely furnished rei ooms by three nice young men. Phone 44. 7-ll-3t. 7-1 .* + + ** + **?>******. [ + PERSONAL MENTION + + ?fr + + ? ?b ?> + ?fr R. F. Lewis, head of the Juneau ^ater Company, left on the Jcffer on for his home in San Francisco. J. C. Chamberlin, popular commer lal man traveling out of Juneau, ar Ivcd from the West coast of Prince of Mes island on the Alameda. A. E. Nadeau, general -manager of le Jualin mines, is visiting in Juneau n business. Mrs. James McCloskey and family ave engaged passage on the Georgia jiling for Skagway tomorrow morn ig and will go to Atlin. Mrs. Lynch and Mrs. Aubrey have iken passage on the Georgia for Ju tin. Mrs. Charier, D. Gnrfleld and Mrs. uth Scott who have been sojourning t Sitka hot springs for the past sev ral days were expected home on the eorgla today. Wallis George is expected home from [etchikan some time next week. Mrs. Rogers, wife of C. C. Rogers, lanager for the grocery department f the Charles Goldstein stores, ar ved in Juneau on the Admiral Ev us. joining her husband here. Mrs. I. Sowerby has returned from alifornla, where she had been called a account of the death of her mother. C. W. Stockwcil, Marshall Wells ilcsmnn, returned from Sitka on the eorgia today. Willis E. Nowoll, president of the uneau steamship company, made the ip to Funter and return on the Geor la's last voyage. SPECIAL FOR DEMOCRATS. Local Democrats will have the pleas re of witnessing the scones attending ic inauguration of President Wood >w Wilson if they attend the Grand heatre either tonight or tomorrow ght. l!r. Gross is putting on an ex a reel, ordered especially for the emocrats of Juneau, showing the in lguration. /*! IIP) MCCTO UfcMOCKAIIU VUVD mtt i o. A regular meeting of the Juneau emocratlc Club will be held at the ineau Opera House. Tuesday, eve ng. July 14. at 8 o'clock. F. & A. M. MEETING. Stated communion Mt. Juneau lodge, ). 147, F. & A. M., Oddfellows' hall, onday evening, July 13, 1914. Work second degree. Sojourning breth n cordially Invited. E. D. BEATTIE, l-2t. Secretary. ( ++++???+++++?+??+' * ?> * CHURCH NOTES * ? + ?*? ??? ?\* ?j? ?*? ?j? ^ t ^ 4* ^ *1' ^ ?>).? Catholic Church. Rov. A. R. Drathman, Pastor. Communion mass at 8 a. m.; Parish High Mass and Sermon, at 10:30; Evening services at 7 p. m. ? ? ? Presbyterian Church John B. Stovons. Pastor. Morning service at 11. Text, Ro mans, 1, 16. "I am not ashamed of the Gospel of Christ." Features that are the glory of the Christian faith. Evening service at 8, toxt, Luke 24, 32: "Did not our hearts burn within us?" The need of a new conviction. Special music by quartet. Sunday School meets at 12 o'clock. JL. JU A Trinity Episcopal Church. (Juneau) Rev. G. E. Renlson, Rector. Morning prayer and sermon at 11 o'clock. Sunday School immediately after the morning service. Choir prac tice on Friday evening; for boys at 7:30; full choir at 8 o'clock. During tho months of June and July, the eve ning service will be discontinued. + 4 + Methodist Eoiscopal. Rev. R. C. Blackwell, Pastor, Sunday morning service at 11 o' clock. Sermon by tho pastor. Sunday School at 12 m. Kpworth I.eague at 7 p. m. Young People's Rally at 8 p. m. The newly elected president of the Epworth League, the Rev. Mr. Batchel ler, will make the address, subject, "Deliver the Goods." All young peo- ( pel are invited to come. Prayer meet ing and choir practice, Thursday eve ning. + * ? Christian Science. Services are held in Christian Scl enco hall, Third and Seward streets, at 11 o 'clock. Subject of lesson ser mon, "Sacrament." Sunday School at 10 a. m. Wednesday night meeting* at 8 o'clock. Free reading room every afternoon from 2 to 5. LICENSES GRANTED FOR JUNEAU SALOONS Judge R. W. Jennings of the district court this morning granted liquor and saloon licenses to the Juneau appli cants for same. Applications from ether towns of the First division are receiving attention this afternoon. Automobile for hire. Careful driver, rail up 57 or 321. 7-9-tf. rONIGHT?JAXON'S RINK " Scene from "LES MISERABLES' 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 PRICE Women's modish suits at half price; most all this sea son's styles. j $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 PRICED 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 Cfiildrens' 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 /^oJUNERU,I\lxRSKR. GOOD SEGARS POCKET BILLIARDS | Dave's Place | A Pipe for Eocry Face PIPE REPAIRING WttMMBBtUBKKtKKBMKKUKKKKKMI PETTIT & HARVEY Rentals and General Collection* REAL ESTATE BROKERS Auditing and Accounting Agent* Northern Life Insurance Co. Cheney Iildg. Phone 297 EMPLYOMENT AGENCY Good, rellablo laborers can be had quickly by calling phone Main 242. Special Today HOMEMADE TAFFY 30c POUND Full Lino of Best Candies, Al mond Brittle and Peanut Brittle, Chocolates, Etc. Lunches Served 1 Sandwiches, Pies, Doughnuts, Fine Coffee The Chocolate Shop 135 Front Street f ALASKAN I HOTEL o Juneau's Leading Hostelry * * Steam heat, running hot and < > cold water in all rooms?six 3 3 teon rooms with bath?strictly J 3 flr?t claBB cafe?centrally locat < ? ed?big sample rooms. Anto 31 meets all steamers?rates: $1.60 33 per day and up?commercial < ? trade solicited. 33 P. L. Gemrr.ett, Pres. & Mgr. 33 F. H. McCoy, Secy-Tress. BOWLING Is a healthful and pleasant pastime. Several Clubs are being organized P f f t Why don't you form a club among your friends and participate in the bowling tournament in September. The Brunswick Alleys Are open night and day for prac tice. :: :: :: :: :: GET BUSY til ii ii ii i mi inn ihi ii . ? 1 When you want ? > I !! Hardware, Stoves, Furni- !! ! ture, Carpets, Linoleum, !! ' Sashes, Guns, Electric Sup- ! ! ? plies. Trunks, Suit Cases, !! !I China ware, Paints and Oils !! km me Julius Jensen:: < ? Douglas Alaska ? ? M 1111111 M 11111111111111': 4-l"l"l"l"l-l"l l M"l"l I 1 1-| l-i -1 l .|. |. ;; The Grotto ;; ;; Saloon and Liquor Store ;; II! ? *\ UVELLE & BROPHY .. Proprietor* Front St I juneau :: ?m m m i m 111111 m 1111 t L.0 Thomka Merl F. Thorn** < > ? Alaska Furniture 8 Undertaking ?? Co., Inc. ;<? ? Funeral Directors & Embalmers 1j ? DoujrUa tffiMM: HUNTER HOTEL DOUGLAS, ALASKA Strictly First-Class. Always on Hand: Choice Wines, Liquors J and Cigars. Our Specialty? ! Mixed Drinks. Front St., opp. Ferry Landing I B. CONRAD, Prop. RUDOLPH BLAHUT, M*r?*er J Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer i On Draught | s HUNTER HOTEL AMUSEMENT PARLORS Spend your loam re tiro* playin* pool and billiards. You are always welcome. Come see mo. L. H. ICIEST - DOUGLAS 4444444444444444 ? 4 * ARE YOU GOING TO BUIL07 4 + 4 4 Aro you going to repair your + 4 house? See George E. Brown. 4 4 Contractor & Builder, Douglas 4 4444444444444444 I 1 ARE YOU GOING TO BC11D? M.M.GIMSE ?dNTBUILDBR I ' Builds hounra both bftr and small and do?a re pair work at reasonable rates. See me at the Douglas Hardware Store or Phone 55 Public Stenographer 207 SEWARD BLOCK RUTH MERRILL, PHONE 296 ST. GEORGE HOU8E. Everything new. Good light and well ventilated rooms. Baths, electric Ight; Good board. Reasonable rates by the day, week ~>r month. , 4-18-tf MRS. A. E. VESTAL.