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at the Place for ALASKANS It's Fire-Proof. Modern and Convenient I RATES $1.00 Per Day and Up I HOTEL BARKER 1 Comer Tike and Sixth Free Auto Bus Meet* nil Boat's and Trains I C. 0. Watston ? Conrad Fraoiinii. Props. I ALASKAN SOURDOUGHS i . . . - ~ In the intcreat of our town lets patronize our home merchants F. WOLLAND I Will give you the Best in i Clothing, both as to style, J and quality, and at the right price, too. 116 E. Second St.. Phone 66 i] J| i? ' I I The AlaskaIjriSi i-j J The Bejt Appointed ^ Place in lown I Best of Everything Served !! at Moderate Prices n M n j >) 1111 McDonald & Hart Contractors and Builders Office at McCIcwkey's Cigar Store Front Street PETTIT & HARVEY Rental* and General Collection* REAL ESTATE BROKERS Auditing and Accounting Agent* Northern Lite Insurance Co. Cheney Bldx. 1'Mat 297 I ^Phone ? | + If Too Don't Know Ask Your Frlrnds ? H-Hv-M I-M-l-M-H 1 ! I I-1 I I 1 I 1 1? I AUTO FOR HIRE J ?t TEAMING and DRAYING I ? BERRY TRANSFER CO. f X Phone 22. T ?H-i-v i ? * -| i 11 I 11 I I 'F iuuBnHHBnHBsxn.. ? i III II ? "? mm\ 7A5i I brel,as*Lalesl VY vCt 3 <? slyles and best val ?^????^ i ues. The very latest TmNan?ofo'ry,'e Just Arrived | Rain Coats MRS. M. D. BERRY liEff ???PWWWMaCTgagggarg^tg^- WfinwftraxK?J3 "wxavtrrr,?**? JliiMfcf i > .?!>. > - * Z-Aj*r.>r*JT*w w rn -um-mm > 1...>%.^ I GROCERIES MEN'S GOODS f M. J. O'CONNOR -:- Douglas | ? Douglas Opera House Hotel In Connection ^ t We serve the BEST BEtR j- ~ dace ! in Douglas for . . . cl VJlcioo * FREE MOVING PICTURES EVERY NIGHT 2 2 The Best of Wines. Licjuors and Cigars t I ETE ROLANDO, Prop. Douglas, Alaska I Watches !! $1.00 to $150 Each HOWARD, WALTHAM ELGIN, HAMILTON EQUITY and INGERSON An Elgin 16-size, Seven Jewels, Nickel Case at So.oO NEW DESIGNS IN ALASKA JEWELRY PAUL BLOEDHORN, DOUGLAS, ALASKA Coffee boiled is Coffee spoiled A NO BOILING WITH The Electric Coffee Percolator 1 4T!" -QulCK ?a I ? Starling with cold u'aler begins to peico late in 1-2 minute. Economical--Saves money and soces time. Let us (how you. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED DOT'OI.AS HAUDWARDSTORE | | Phone 35 J. S. M1NKOVE Douglas. Alaska jj Largest Music House in Alaska Highest Grade Pianos, Piano Player c, Edison 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 t Douglas, Alaska. Douglas, Alaska. I ELMER E. SMITH, Prop. I * DINNER TOMORROW THE BRUNSWICK Wednesday. July 22, 1914. Our Coffee Is Better, Because We Pay More and Know How tj Make It. Soup Puree of Split Pea. Relishes. Sliced Tomatoes 20c: Green Onions 10c S'.lc i Watermelon 15c, Cantaloupe 10c Sl.ccd Cucumbers. 10a Fish Boiled Alaska Salmon, sauce Hollan ds ise, 25. Grilled Chicken Halibut. Matre D' Ho tel. 25. Fillet Sole, sauce tartar. 23 Grilled Black Cod. au Bhur noir. 25 French Sardines, dressed head lettuce. 2", Boiled Flank Beef with Spanish sauce. 35. Pickled Pork .with new Cauliflower. 35. Entrees imb Frlccasse with Garden Peas. 36. Country Sausage and Mashed Potatoes 35 Individual Pork aud Beans, brown bread, 25. German Pot Roast, potatoc cakes. 35. Fried Cornmcal Mush, rasher bacon. 35 Boiled Chicken Curried Rico, 50. Breaded Pork Chops, Missouri style. I 35. Orange Fritters. Vanilla sauce, 35. Roasts I .eg '.amb with Suae Dressing, 35. Sirloin of Geef. pun gravy, 35. i 1 g Pork with Apple sauce. 35. Sirloin Beef with Brown Gravy. 35c. Cold Meats. Dessert Pudding served. Pies, 5 and 10c. We have the best cooked meat In the City. *+++*++++++**+*+ * * * ALASKA DAILY EMPIRE + ? Douglas Branch ? + M. A. SNOW, Manager + ?> + + ?> + + + + + * + + + * + *** ?> + + DOUGLAS NEW8 NOTES. * + .'f + .j. + ? w * + * + ? + * DOUGLAS. July 21.?Tho meeting which was called for Wednesday eve ulng at tho Catholic Club for tho pur pose ?x>f helping in the formation of a council of the Knights of Columbus has been postponed until Thursday ulght at S:30. Six thousand bricks were unloaded from the Admiral Sampson at the City dock for the new bakery to bo opened by Phillips and Murphy. Ring Hulleck left last night on the City of Seattle for a trip to San Fran cisco. He expects to return within a couple of weeks. Sunday was boat day at Douglas. From six o'clock Saturday evening to midnight Sunday night, eight boats were docked at the city dock. Herbert Trueblood, an experienced ?Meaner and presser, recently from Cal ifornia, has accepted a position with Dahl and Walbcrg. The city has a crew of men clenrlng ground for the now salt water reserve tank on tho hill above the baseball grounds. There will be a meeting of tho Or der of the Eastern Star tonight at Odd fellows' hall. The city council did not hold tholr regular meeting last night, as there was no business of importance to como before it. 1 1 i FOOD DEMONSTRATION TO BE HELD JULY 30TH ??? DOUGLAS. July 21.?A great deal of work is being done by the ladles of St. Luke's Guild in preparation for the big free food demonstration to be given at the A. L. U. Hall on July 30. Booths are to be built in the banquet hall and foods, both cooked and un cooked will be served. CHANGE OF PROGRAM AT THE LYRIC TONIGHT DOUGLAS. July 21.?Four splendid reels will be shown. A complete change of pictures. Watch for the dates 27th and 28th, the greatest of all features coming: Jack London's wonderful story, "The Sea Wolf." (???) BIDS WANTED. Bids are requested for labor of paint ing Douglas public school building. One coat. City to furnish material. Tenders to be in City Clerk's office not later than Monday. July 27th, at 6 p. m. City reserves right to reject any or all bids. 7-21-5t. * ** + + + *<f + + * + + * + + > + * TREADWELL NOTES * ?> + * + + + + + + + + * + + '> + + * + TREADWELL, July 21?There was r.o ball game between the cyanide and machine shop teams last night owing to the condition of tho weather. William Mein and Mr. Ham. mining engineers, arrived Saturday. Mr. Mel nis interested with F. B. Bradley in the Alaska-Juneau development. There will be a meeting of the Treadwell Fire Department next Fri day evening. Business of Importance will be transacted. C. Roos. who was burned In Sunday's fire, is resting easily at the hospital, but will probably not be .out for a week or ten days. Douglas Blend, who has been work ing at the central crushing plant, will leave on one of the early boats for Seattle. The City of Seattle last night broke two lines in attempting to land at the Treadwell dock, owing to a strong wind and the tide setting out from shore. TREADWELL DEMOCRATS ELECT THREE DELEGATES ?+? TREADWELL, July 21.?The Tread well Democratic club met last night at the fire hall and elected Ben Learning president, and W. H. Bolen as secre tary. After considerable discussion, the delegates to the Skagway conven tion on August 3rd were elected to at tend uninstructed. Chas. Johnson, F. F. Summers and Andrew Murphy were elected. BALL CAME WITH KETCHIKAN CALLED OFF ?+? TREADWELL. July 21?The follow in? telegram signed by Fred Purinton was received by L. S. Ferris, manager of the Treadwell baseball club, regard ing the proposed trip of the Ketchi kan team to the Gastineau cities: "Can't come; very sorry: boys can not get away." RESOLUTIONS OF SYMPATHY FOR WM. F. MERCHANT ?5-? The following resolutions of sympa thy for William F. Merchant, of this city, who has returned from the fu neral of his father, Hon. Joseph Mer chant, of Seattle and Walla Walla, were adopted by Juneau Camp No. 31. Arctic Brotherhood: WHEREAS. Bro. William F. Mer-I chant, an officer and highly esteemed , and beloved member of Juneau Camp No. 31, Arctic Brotherhood, has just returned to his home from Seattle whither he had been called by the death of his father. Hon. Joseph Mer-, chant, who had been a useful and in fluential citizen of the State of Wash ington and highly honored by his fel low citizens there In the course of his lifetime: therefore, BE IT RESOLVED vy Juneau Camp No. 31, Arctic Brotherhood, That the sincere sympathy of its members be and they are extended to Brother Mer chant in the hour of his great bereave ment: and the assurance is given him that his Brother Arctics feel that his loss Is their loss, and they share with him the burden of grief that is his; and, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED. That these resolutions be spread upon the record books of Juneau Camp, No. 31, Arctic Brotherhood: that a copy be delivered to Brother Merchant, and hat copies be given to the Juneau tewspapers for publication. CANDY FAMINE IS OVER. We received yesterday fresh Augus ine & Kyer's chocolates. Call or >hone 250, Juneau Drug Co., 107 Front street. Immediate delivery. 21tf. ? ? + ?> * ? ?> * 41 ? * * 3 PERSONAL MENTION ? * * j + + * + *<!? + + + + + + * + + <?+ J R. D. Plnnco, of the Pacific Coast | j Stenmslilp company, returned as far J as Skagway on the Alameda, where ho J Joined his family. .Mr. Plnneo had j been out to the Westward in tho In- , tercst of the Pacific Coast Steamship 3 company, and the Masonic lodge. Mr. 1 and Mrs. Plnneo are expected to visit J at Juneau before returning to Seattlo. j Attorney L. P. Shackleford, Mrs. J Shackleford and Shackleford Jr., are i passengers aboard the Spokane en- ] route to Juneau. 3 Mrs. Weir, wife of Cashier U. G. J Weir of the Pacific Coast company, 3 took passage on the City of Seattle 3 last night for a visit with her rela- 3 tlves in Tacoraa. ? Mrs. C. Z. Denny, deputy in the of- 3 fice of the Clerk of the district court, j is a passenger aboard the Mariposa 3 enrouto to Juneau. ^ Mrs. E. R. Jaeger and Miss Hazel 1 Jaeger are enroute to Juneau aboard 3 the Mariposa. * J. A. Magill, the popular commercial 3 agent, has returned to Juneau after a 3 ten days' trip to Ketchikan, Peters- ? burg and Wrangell. 3 John J. Clarke, deputy in the office ? of the district court clerk, left for the 3 States Saturday night to be gone one 3 month. 3 Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Rogers, re- J cently married at Seattle, arc estab- 3 lishing a home at 517 Kennedy street. ] Mr. Rogers is employed by the Chas. j Goldstein store. 3 FIRST CLASS BOARD jj iMrs. M. H. Lynch has opened ] a new boarding house at 318 J Fourth Street. First class table i board at reasonable rates. Pa- " tronage solicited. f S. H. MILLWEE I t LAWYER :: I Notary Public ** ? 204-206 Sowanl Buildlnff Juneau, Alaxka < > Sale of Women's Suits 0 Thirty-nine Women's Suits on sale at a big saving to the economic buyer. flWe have divided our stock of suits into three prices for quick selling. :: :: :: :: :: :: :: ?-? ??~~~ ~ -rrmzz!?""?! $12.50 Now buys Women's Suits that for merly sold up to $29.00 (15 SUITS IN THIS LOT) $15.00 Now buys Women's Suits that sold as high as $37.50 (15 SUITS IN THIS LOT) $20.00 Buys your choice of Women's Suits that retailed up to $59.00 (9 SUITS IN THIS LOT) 1r% PRICE ON OUR COMPLETE LINE OF SILK WOOL A -Z EMBROIDERY AND LACE DRESSES 1 "Z Aw Twenty last seasons Women's Dresses in E?/\ tP / Silk, Wool and Velvet. Former prices to $29.50' / #0\/ O O O deduction on our complete line of Summer Wash ^ I H | Fabrics in wbite and colors. Tbis line comprises Crepes, Swiss, Mulls, Dimity, Ratine, etc. To sell out at 331-3 Reduction 11-3 OFF ON CHILDREN'S WASH DRESSES ?nMRnHHOKRBnill! /pZ^fJUNERU,ALASKA. . JSBflflHHHflEBBBflHBHBBBflflflBHHBSQHHHHHH HHK~ Women's Goats 1-2 PRICE 11 I I [ I I I I I I I I ; I I 111 I I II I-; I =11 : Is the Telephone :: ; A || Number okfiMfifiPP ? ______________________ ? ? - i Brill's | PHARMACY I ,,eUhe ?%Coney back Store" ||j | Telephone Us Your Orders ' 1111111111111111 n 1111 n-> NOTICE. ?4?? My wife, Mrs. Ethel C. Nowlcka, laving left mo without cause, notice s hereby given that I will not be re iponsible for any debts contracted by ler in my name or otherwise. . Dated at Juneau, Alaska, July 17, 914. STANLEY NOWICKA ???) 7-17-3t. Travel East OVER THE "MILWAUKEE" The Newest and Shortest Line to the East Crossing the Cascade Mountains, the Kittitas Valley, the Colum bia River, the Bitter Root Mountains and Montana Canyon, trav ersing a country of surpassing scenic grandeur, historical interest and wonderful development. TWO FAST THROUGH TRAINS DAILY "The Olympian" and "The Colombian" The NEW ALL-STEEL TRAINS to BCTTE. MILES CITY. SIOUX CITY. MINNEAPOLIS. ST. PAUL, MILWAUKEE and CHICAGO For further information regarding fares, train sen-ice, resen-ations, etc., call on or address Willis E. No well, City Ticket Agent, Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry., Seward St., Juneau, Alaska, or City Ticket Offices, Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway 443 Hastings St. West, Vancouver, B. C. OR Second Ave. and Cherry St., Seattle GOOD SEGARS POCKET BILLIARDS jj Dave's Place J A Pipe for Every Fact I PIPE REPAIRING The Chocolate Shop AND Delicatessen Lunches Served Sandwiches, Pies, Doughnuts, Fine Coffee Chilli Con Carne 15c Boston Baked Beans 15c Home-made Pies, all kinds, baked to order 15c Homc-Made Bread 2 for 25c Full Lino of Best Candies, Al mond Brittle and Peanut Brittle, Chocolates, Etc. Call and Get Acquainted MISS A. GRAVES, 135 Front i! ALASKAN''j jj HOTEL i ? O 0 Juneau's Leading Hostelry 4 > Steain heat, running hot and < > 1 > cold water In all rooms?six- <. <J teen rooms with bath?strictly J J 4; first cla3s cafe?centrally locat- 4 * < > ed?big sample rooms. Auto < > I! meets all Bteamers?rates: |1.60 \ I , J * per day and up?commercial < * 1 4 ? trado solicited. 4 > ' <? o , !! P. L. Gemmett, Pres. &. Mflr. i, i \ [ F. H. McCoy, Secy-Treas. \ J < ? 4? ' 1 BOWLING It a healthful and pleasant pastime. Several Clubs are being organized t P / f 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 ? 11111111111111 H 111111 n . ? ? When you want ? > ! Hardware, Stoves, Furni- !! ! ture, Carpets, Linoleum, ! ! Sashes, Guns, Electric Sup- ! ! plies, Trunks, Suit Cases, !! ' China ware, Paints and Oils !! hco mo :: Julius Jensen;: ? 1 Douglas Alaska ? ? : n 1111111 n 111111111111 >: ?: 111111 M m 11 m m m m The Grotto ;; Saloon and Liquor Store " LaVELLE & BROPHY | j .. Proprietor* ;; Front St. ;; :: JUNEAU :: ?i-i-i -i -i- i-M r I i i -i. 11 ImH' ?????????????????????????? < ? ? ? L. G Thomas Merl F. Thomas < > < > Alaska Furniture 8 Undertaking < > o Co., Inc. o <: Funeral Directors & Embalmers 3: < > O < > Douirla* ? 9 ? ? ? < > ? ? HUNTER HOTEL j 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,' Manager j Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer On Draught HUNTER HOTEL AMUSEMENT PARLORS Spend your leasuro time playing pool and billiards. You are always welcome. Come ace me. L. H. KIEST - DOUGLAS ,i'4'4' + + + + + + + + + + + + + * * f ARE YOU GOING TO BUILD? + .j. + * Are you going to repair your + 4? house? See George E. Brown. + f Contractor & Builder, Douglas + l, + l, + + + + + 'l' + + + + + + + ARE YOU GOING TO BUILD? M.M.GIMSE . 'nd'^BlILDER J Builds houses both biir and small and dees re pnlr work at rcasonablo rates. Sos me at the Douglas Hardware Store or Phone SS Public Stenographer 207 SEWARD BLOCK RUTH MERRILL, PHONE 296 ST. GEORGE HOUSE. Everything new. Good light and voll ventilated rooms. Baths, electric Ight. Good board. Reasonable rates by the day, week ir month. 4-18-tf MRS. A. E. VESTAL.