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:: The Alaska Grill !. The Beit Appointed . PUce in Town <? ; I Best of Everything Served !! ' at Moderate Prices When in Seattle Stop at the Place for ALASKANS It'* Fire-Proof. Modern and Convenient RATES $1.00 Per Day and Up hotel Barker CorerrPik? ami Siith Free Auto Ru* Meet* all and Traina C. 0. Habtrom <& Conrad Friedin*. Prop*. ALASKAN SOUR] 00 ?HS : S. H. MILL WEE ! : LAWYER : J Notary Public J ? aH-3>5 Seward BuiMinf Juneau. Alaska ? * * ' ~ il In the intere?t of our town let* patronize our home merchant* F. WOLLAM) Will *ire you the Best in Clothing, both a* to *tyle, and quality, and at the right price, too. 116 E. Second Sc.. Phone 66 ? I1 'ij McDonald & Hart Contractors and Builders Office at McCloakey's Cigar Store Front Street DINNER TOMORROW 1 THE BRUNSWICK < FRIDAY, JULY 17th, 1914. 4 Our Coffee la Better, Because We Pay ^ More and Know How to Make It. Soup 4 Philadelphia Clain Chowder. * Relishes. 4 Sliced Tomatoes 20c; Green Onions 10c Slice Watermelon 150,, CaitUloupuJOc c Sliced Cucumber*,-10c. c Fish r Roiled Halibut, with shrimp sauce. 25 1 Grilled Salmon, anchovy butter, 25. ' Fillet Sole, tartar sauce, 25. Fried liiacq Cod, matre d'hotel, 25 ^ French Sardines, dressed head lettuce, c 25. 8 Boiled < Ham with string beans, 35 Fresh Pork with Lima beans, 35. c Entrees 1 Braized Sirloin Tips, German noodles, . 35 Cod Fish in Cleam, a la Parisian pota- . toes, 35 Individual Pork and Beans and Brown Bread. 25c. j Breaded Pork Chops. Missouri stvle. 35 Chicken Giblet Omelette. 2 eggs. 35. Mince Ham and Scrambled Eggs, 35. Fresh Apple Fritter, wine sauce, 35. Roaots Sirloin Beef with Brown Gravy, 35c. ' Stuffed Leg laimb. her dressing, 35 | Cold Meats. Dessert Pudding served. Pies. 5 and 10c. | : We have the best cooked meal In the ? City. WANTED?Girl or woman for sec oud work in boarding house. Mrs. Hel lerich. Douglas. 7-16-6t. [WilliamPallisler, M.D., Seattle I Specialist in the treatment of ? diseases and deformities of tho I eye. ear. nose and throat. Wilt be in Juneau till Sept. 1. I Offic?^M(l^>r^ilo?ne^MoniinK!^nlirJ ! I 1 I i i i 1 I 1 I 1 1 I 1 i 1 1 I i 1 I 1 I I 1? | AUTO FOR HIRE J " TEAMING and DRAY1NG i: j BERRY TRANSFER CO. !! Phone 2-2. ;; ?: i i i 1111 i 11111 11 1111 i 11111 ; i ? ??? Sweaters T?o?or'e Just Arrived | MEW stock of Um- I ' ^ brellas. Latest I styles and best val- I ues. The very latest I styles in F p p p I Rain Coats I | MRS. M. D. BERRY FRANKLIN || GROCERIES MEN'S GOODS M. J. O'CONNOR Douglas ? wil : Douglas Opera House Hotel In Connection J j t We serve the BEST BEER 3! in Douglas for . . . OC 9. VJl&SS FREE MOVING PICTURES EVERY NIGHT 3! ? The Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars 0 ? ETE ROLANDO, Prop. Douglas, Alaska 33 Paul Bloedhorn WANTS TO KNOW "What Makes It Go?" ============================ Coffee boiled is Coffee spoiled? NO BOILING WITH The Electric Coffee Percolator a ...QUICK Starling with colt! water begins to perco late in I -2 minute. Economical ..Saoe? money and races lime. Let us show you. ; SATISFACTION GUARANTEED I Douglas Hard ward Store I Phone 55 J- S. M1NKOVE Douglas, Alaska | Largest Music House in Alaska Highest Grade Pianos, Piano Players. Edison Disc Phonographs, Victor and Columbia Talking Machines, Records of all makes. Sheet MusicJ 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. ALASKA DAILY EMPIRE + ? Douglas Branch 4* ^ M. A SNOW, Manager ? ? + ^ + + + + + + + * + + + t'> + <' ????+??????????? ? DOUGLAS NEWS NOTE8. ? + ? ? ?*??+++?*?+*+++? DOUGLAS. July 14.?A crew o: sov ?n.iuon Is engaged In repairing, the ilty dock at thia place. One hundred ina ?1nfty 85-foot piles will be placed indor the warehouse and along the ace of the <Jock. A daughter wan bom to Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Shafer this morning at three o' dock. Dr. Mldford was In attendance ind reports mother and daughter as lolng well. The Eagle hall Is rapidly uearlng :ompletlon and will be ready for occu >nncy In a short time. Dr. G. Maule has spent several days n Juneau lately attending tho meet ngs of tho Territorial board of den Istry. - ??. SHOW AT THE LYRIC WAS WELL ATTENDED DOUGLAS. July 16.?The show at he Lyric theatre last night was well ittended and was thoroughly appre .-iatcd by everyone. The picture "Les Mlsorables," which ,s composed of four parts, is run in tine reels, and Is the life history of lean Valjean. It is true to the book In all details and is admirably acted. ?Les Mlserable8" Is by far the most realistic and clearest picture ever run In the North. Manager Armstrong nnnounced last night that the next big feature produc tion to be seen at his house would be :he "Sea Wolf," by Jack London, which will be run on the 27th and 28th of the present month. As Mr. Armstrong Is to take charge of the Grand in Juneau for the com ing week. Mr. Frodsham. the trap drummer, will be in charge of the Ly ric during that period. (???) DISPATCH CHANGES DOUGLAS MANAGERS DOUGLAS, July 16.?Jack Henson, for the past three years, representa tive of the Daily Alaska Dispatch on this side, has resigned his position and will turn ail his attention to his other activities in Douglas . The Dis patch will be represented in Douglas by M. S. Perkins, an experienced newspaper man who is not entirely unknown in Southeastern Alaska. Mr. Perkins was for a number of years identified with the Ketchikan Miner and was the founder of the Ketchikan Mall. EPISCOPAL LADIES PREPARE FOR DEMONSTRATION FAIR DOUGLAS, July 16.?The Guild of the Episcopal church Is rapidly com pleting the arrangements for the big free demonstration fair that will be given the latter part of this month. There will be a meeting of all the la dies who have offered to assist, Fri day afternoon, July 17th, at two o'clock at St Luke's church. Douglas. A full attendance is requested. BICYCLE RACES POSTPONED ON ACCOUNT OF BAD WEATHER ?+? DOUGLAS. July 16.?The bicycle races that were to be run on the Doug las circle track at 7 p. m. will be run on the first evening the weather per mits. > + + TREADWELL NOTES * ?b + >??+++??+*++?+??+ TREAD.VELL. July 16. ? Today Is payday at Treadwcll and about $150, 000 Is being disbursed among the em ployees. A party is being given at the home of Jack Wilson this afternoon in honor of the ninth birthday of little Miss Amy Wilson. The Elremens' Pall, which was set for July 23d, has been postponed and will probably not take place until the first week in August. +++++++++++++++++ + * PERSONAL MENTION + + +++++++*++*++++++ ?+? George J. McCarthy, agent for the Admiral Lino steamers In Juneau, took passage on the Dolphin this morning for Ketchikan and will meet the Ad miral Sampson at that point. Mrs. McCarthy accompanied her husband. John Z. Bayless took passage on the Dolphin this morning enroute to Se attle to meet Mrs. Bayless who has been visiting in the East. Miss Gladys Joslln took passage on the Dolphin this morning for Seattle. Henry Mclver left for Ketchikan on the Dolphin this morning. R. W. Silver and wife are South bound passengers aboard the Dolphin enroute to the States for the winter. Receiver F. A. Boyle of the local land office, who went to Seattle to meet Mrs. Boyle, will return to Juneau with Mrs. Boyle on the Admiral Samp son. v 1 Mrs. Henry Brie took passage on the Georgia for Warm Springs yes terday. Robert Forbes left for Excursion Inlet on the Georgia yesterday. Daniel J. Blackburn, who is with the Ingersoll-Rand people and came to Juneau to help establish the com pany's depot hero has been called to the New York office and left for the South on the Mariposa. C. J. Stanley, of the Morgan Cigar company, with offices in Seattle and Tampa, arrived in Juneau on the Prin cess Alice and is calling on the trade here. His company makes tho cele brated Juan De Fuca cigars. PETTIT & HARVEY Rental* and General Collection* REAL ESTATE BROKERS Auditing and Aeeotmtln* Agent* Northern Life Insurance Co. Cheney Bldsr. Phone 297 1 EMPLYOMENT AGENCY Good, reliable laborers can be had quickly by calling pjicne Main 242. ? - 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. $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 ,1 $ 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 J 33c ^^oJUNERU,I\hASKR. July i Clearance Sale 1 Still On We are Forced to Clean Out our Ready-To-Wear Department, in order to make room for our New Fall Stock, which will arrive in August. All Suits Half Price All Coats Half Price ALL CREPE and RATINE DRESSES, Val uesup to 522.50 (fcQ 7Rl Clearance Sale Price ^ SERGE DRESSES and SERGE SKIRTS SERGE DRESSES and SKIRTS in navy, brown, gray and black; nearly all sizes, valued up to $12.50. July Clearance Sale.? $5.75 SILK DRESSES Silk dresses in crepe de chine, silk, poplin and mes saline; in all the new, pop ular shades, and all sizes are included in the lot, reg ular value from $22.50 to $24.50. July Clearance Sale $12.75 THE FASHION Phone 27 Anderson & Jones Cor. 2nd and Seward ^ .. ? . i GOOD SEGARS |N POCKET BILLIARDS I ; J Dave's Place | ?> \ ?? A Pipe for Ettery Fact ? PIPE REPAIRING I '? ! ?? 'X , The 1 Chocolate Shop AND Delicatessen Lunches Served Sandwiches, Pies, Doughnuts, Fine Coffee Chilli Con Came 15c Boston 3aked Beans 15c Home-made Pics, all kinds, baked to order 15c Home-Made Bread 2 for 26c Full Lino of Best Candles, Al- i mond Brittle and Peanut Brittle, Chocolates, Etc. Call and Get Acquainted MISS A. GRAVES, 135 Front ir'alaskan''"} | hotel Juneau's Leading hostelry :: o < > 4 > 4 > < > Steam heat, running hot and <? < > cold water In all rooms?six- 4 > 3 3 teen rooms with bath?strictly J J J' first class cafe?centrally local- <? 4 > ed?big namplo rooms. Auto 4 > 33 meets all steamers?rates: $1.60 3! *1 3 3 Per day and up?commercial 3 3 ** < ? trade solicited. < > ^ 4 4 4 > ?) 33 P. L. Gemmett, Pres. A Mgr. 33 * 33 F. H. McCoy, Secy-Troaa. * 4 ? j> BOWLING It a healthful and pleaaant pa? time. Several Clubs are being organized t t t 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 gUSY " I ,, When you want ' > /< ? < '< Hardware, Stoves, Furni- ! i ture, Carpets, Linoleum, ! Sashes, Guns, Electric Sup- ! ! plies, Trunks, Suit Cases, !! Chinaware, Paints and Oils ! toe me r' -. . : - "II Julius Jensen:: > ? 11 Douglas Alaska ? ? i m n 111: i m 111111111 ni ?The Grotto ; Saloon and Liquor Store ;; LaVELLE Sc BROPHY Proprietors Front St JUNEAU \: ? /' n m 1111111 it i n in 111111 ? < > ' L. G Thomas Merl F. Thomas < > > Alaska Furniture 8 Undertaking <. Co., Inc. < > ? funeral Directors & Cmbalmers < > > i > Dour la* HUNTER HOTEL J DOUGLAS, ALASKA Strictly First-Class. Always j on Hand: Choice Winos, Liquors I and Cigars. Our Specialty? 1 Mixed Drinks. Front St., opp. Ferry Landing i B. CONRAD, Prop. RUDOLPH BLAHUT. Manager [ Pabat Blue Ribbon Beer | On Draught | HUNTER HOTEL AMUSEMENT PARLORS Spend your lessor* time playing pool ana billiard*. You are always welcome. Com* see m*. L. H. KIEST - DOUGLAS !> + + ? + + + ? + ??? + + ?? !? + ? ARE YOU GOING TO BUILD? 4 I* + !? Are you going to repair your + !? bouse? See George E. Brown. ? h Contractor & Builder, Douglas 4 ???**?+?*??????? ARB IOU GOING TO BPILD? M.M.GIMSE ?dNTBntDBR I Builds houses both biff and small and dooa re pair work at rcaaonabla rates. See me at the Douglas Hardware Store or Phone 55 Public Stenographer 207 SEWARD BLOCK ? RUTH MERRILL. PHONE 2S6 ST. GEORGE HOU3E. Everything new. Good light and veil ventilated rooms. Baths, electric [ght. Good board. Reasonable rates by the day, week r month. 4-18-tf MRS. A. E. VESTAL.