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When ia Seattle Stop at the Place for ALASKANS It's FSre-IViof. Modem and Convenient RATES $1.00 Per Day and Up HOTEL BARKER CoraerPlhe sad Slith Free Auto Bus Meets all Boats and Trains C. 0. WaUton A Conrad Freed ing. Props. ALASKAN SOURDOUGHS In the interest of our town lets patronize our home merchants i F. WOLLAND Will give you the Best in Clothing, both as to style, , and quality, and at the right price, too. 116 E. Second St., Phone 66 !<?'. - r ===--J J The Alaska Grill t - t ===== 1 The Best Appointed A Place in Town j * ==== :i I Best of Everything Served ! I at Moderate Prices ;; McDonald & Hart Cortractors and Builders Office at McCloskey's Ciffar Store Front Street PETTIT & HARVEY Rentals and General Collections REAL ESTATE BROKERS Auditing and Accounting Agents Northern Life Insurance Co. Cheney Bldg. PkcM 297 DINNER TOMORROW THE BRUNSWICK SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1914. Our Coffee la Better, Because We Pay More and Know How to Mako It. Soup Cream of Corn. Relishes. Sliced Tomatoes 20c; Green Onions 10c Slice Watermelon 15c. Cantaloupe 10c Siloed Cucumbers, lOc. Fish Boiled Alaska Salmon. Oyster sauce. 25. Grilled Chicken Halibut. Matre d' Ho tel. 25. Fried Fillet Sole, tartar sauce. 25 Broiled Salt Black Cod. sauce Bernulse 35. ? French Sardines, dressed head let tuce. 35. . Boiled Flank Beef with Spanish Sauce. 35. Fresh Pork with Lima Beans. 35. Entrees Salisbury Steak, Lyonnalse sauce. 35. Boast Beef Hash Poached Egg. 35. Brahed Beef a La Mllanalse, 35. Individual Pork and Beans, brown bread, 25. Frankfurters and Saurkraut. 35. Banna Fritters. Golden Sauce, 35. Roasts Sirloin Beef. Pan Gravy, 35. Leg Pork with Apple Sauce, 35. ? Vegetables. Dessert Pudding served. Pies. 5 and 10c V/e have the best cooked meal In the City. * FOR SALE?Houseboat, 9x16 cabin, 30h p. engine. Add.P.O.Box 634, Juneau ?7-20-6*. If you want a Joy rldo call up 5? 1 or 321. 7-S-tf. ??>???????? ???????????????? ? ttPhone 52" S II lug Don't Know All Tonr Frkndi + H 1 1 ! ! 1 1 II I I I I I H 11 i I I | | I |. I AUTO FOR HIRE J + TEAMING and DRAYING !! BERRY TRANSFER CO. !! Phone 2-2. ) ' ??-H- k i 11: i 11; 1111111111111 ? ? + ALASKA DAILY EMPIRE <> * Douglas Branch ? * M. A. SNOW, Manager ? 4> ? ?+?*???????????? + + * TREADWELL NOTE8 ? <? ? TREADWELL. July 24.?Miss Ellen MnKahey. the guest of Miss May Mug ford for the past few weeks, will leave for her home In the States on the Spokane. Mlnerd Mills came back from a pros I pecting trip to Windham Bay yester day morning. He had been gone three weeks. Today Is ladies' day at the Tread well natatorium. The Treadwell lire department will hold an Important meeting tonight. After the meeting four reels of pic tures will be shown. Wm. Meln. who has been the guest of Mr. F. W. Bradley for the paBt week, loft for the South on the Princess So ph'a this morning. There will be a meeting of the Al aska I>abor Union tonight at their hall over the Lyr icthoatre. There will be a rehearsal of the Treadwell orchestra tonight after the Are meeting. The Treadwell ladies are taking a sreat Interest In the food demonstra tion that Is to take place next week at the A. L. U. hall. "SEA WOLF" PRACTICALLY A LOCAL PICTURE DOUGLAS, July 24.?The picture to be shown at the Lyric theatre Monday and Tuesday nights has a peculiar in terest to the people of Douglas. The "Sea Wolf,' written by Jack London, is a story of the Alaska coast and was founded on facts gathered by him on his trip to tho North about 12 years ago. A thing that Is not known to many n?rsons about the story, however. Is that the schooner referred to was fitted out In Douglas and carried four Doug las men on the trip. Oscar Ohman, well known for years In Douglas, but now In Juneau, was one of the party. The captain, called "Wolf" Larsen In the story, was named Hansen, and al though he was a Dane, was known around here as the "Flying Dutch man" and was said to be a smuggler In the early days. To those who have read the book the picture will carry a special Interest and the knowledge that It Is a picture of practlcaly local scenes, should at tract everyone. Tonight and tomorrow night the reg ular show will be seen at the Lyric. ? ? ? i YOUNG TREADWELLITES GO ON AN EXCURSION ? TREADWELL, July 24?A party of 19 of the younger set left Treadwell last night at 6:30 on the St. Nicholas for a dancing party at Carlson's can nery at Taku harbor. They returned at 2:00 o'clock this morning and re port a very pleasant trip. Jack John son's Glee Club furnished entertain ment for the trip. . ? ? -> + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +-;? * * PERSONAL MENTION * + G. P. Cody, a San Francisco mining man. is staying at the Hotel Cain. Maurice Shain, who has been the guest of Bert Sperry for the past six weeks, took passage on the Princess Sophia this morning for his home in Vancouver. B. B. Nieding, superintendent of the Kensington mines, arrived In Juneau on the Pacific last night. Si Meddergra8s and family are in town to attend the "County Fair." Si cays that "Gigglin' Sal," from down at "Lemmer's Corner" was coming in some time next week. Henry Bratnober, the well known mining man, passed through Juneau aboard the Princess Sophia this morn ing enroute to the States after sever al months spent in the Chlsana sec tion. AMERICAN PEOPLE SUPPORT ADMINISTRATION At last, it seems, Victorlano Huerta Is leaving Mexico. It is for Mexico's good that he leaves. And the triumph of "amateur al truism" seems to be complete. Sneers and malicious mocking, the pressure of prestige and the power of property have not served to deflect the course of an American administra tion in a trying situation. American principles have been applied in a for ?ign land as they would have been ap plied at home and the world has been compelled to accept them. Expediency has been held insuffl- i cient ground for recognizing govern- i ment by assassination. i All the elaborate arguments In the 1 name of diplomacy, international re lationships and such rot have not swerved the American public from the belief that this nation is no required to recognize a cold-blooded murderer as the president of a neighboring re public?particularly in the face of the fact that the people of that republic do not want him for their President. The U. S. Department of State in refusing to Join European nations in' their recognition of Huerta knew that the American people would support the refusal, once the situation was un derstood. And in spite of elaborate efforts of misrepresentations and In spite of elaborate efforts to becloud the issue, the American people quick ly came to understand. So supporters of the Mexican mur derer found it was not merely the pol icy of President Wilson and Secretary' Bryan they were arguing against, but the deep, earnest conviction of the American people. The end reached today was inevit able.?Seattle Sun. KETCHIKAN MAN TO RUN FOR REPRESENTATIVE D. Smith Harris, a Ketchikan pio neer, has announced himself as an in dependent candidate for Representa tive from Ketchikan in the Terri torial Legislature. He promises to present his platform later. ^ FOR SALE?House tent In Casey Shattuck add. Enquire Empire office. ?7-24-6t. Woman wants day work. Dinners cook?4 and served. Phone 3483. 24-3t ??? ' National Forest Timber for Sale Sealed bids will be received by the | Forest Supervisor, Ketchikan. Alaska, i jp to and lncludlnf August 25. 1914. 1 !or 650,000 feet B. M? more or less, of Sitka spruce saw timber upon a des- i gnated area of approximately 25 acres ocated 2 miles northly of Washlng :on Bay, Kuiu Island, Alaska, and 850, )00 feet B. M? more or less, of Sitka >pruce timber upon a designated area )f approximately 25 acres located 1 xiile south of Washington Bay. Ton ;ass National Forest, Alaska. No bid )f less than $1 per M feet will bo con- . ildered. Deposit with bid $500. The ?ight to reject any and all bids re lerved. Before bids are submitted full nformation concerning the timber, the :onditlons of sale, and the submission i )f bids should be obtained from the forest Supervisor, Ketchikan, Alaska. ?(July 24, 31; August 7.)? (???) < "JOY WALK." Doran's well known and gunran- J eed corn salve or liquid corn reipe- ? ly when applied for few nights, will ? nako life's walk easy, and llfo worth ' iving. 7-23-tf. HOME COOKING LUNCH . ROOM AND BAKERY * ?+? Robert Royalty has opened a lunch room at 317 Franklin street, and will serve meals at all hours. He also has tastefully displayed a fine lino of home made pnstry and home made bread j for sale. ?????????????????????????? FRANKLIN HOME BAKERY o and LUNCH ROOM Meals At All Hours. Home- <> made Bread and Pastry < ? for Sale. 317 Franklin St. ROBT. ROYALY - ? - Prop, o ? ?????????????????????????' FIRST CLASS BOARD Mrs. M. H. Lynch has opened a new boarding house at 318 Fourth Street. First class table board at reasonable rates. Pa tronage solicited. ????????????????????????? s. h. millwee! LAWYER | Notary Public J 204-106 Seward Bulk) in it Juneau, Alaska X i i r**, ^ | iviEW stock of Um- | O fjQ|*C i brellas. Latest 1 |J VV Cd ICI O | slyles and best val- I ??nrrrvy ues. The very latest I | TfSl?f lust Arrived | E | | MRS. M. D. BERRY | GROCERIES MEN'S GOODS i ' ' ??? 3 ? i j M. J. O'CONNOR Douglas s m hi inijmi i i?nrnUK WP 11?i?? | Douglas Opera House Hotel In Connection $ We serve the BEST BEER j- /~?1 <1 in Douglas for . . . OC cl Cll&SS FREE MOVING PICTURES EVERY NIGHT ? The Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars JI t L F^TE ROLANDO, Prop. Douglas, Alaska <> ?>? ????????????????????????????????????#???????????+ W, 1 3 ? howard, waltham a tches . ! elgin, Hamilton, $1.00 to $150 Each equity and ingersol An Elgin 16-size, Seven Jewels, Nickel Case at so.oo NEW DESIGNS IN ALASKA JEWELRY PAUL BLOEDHORN, DOUGLAS, ALASKA Utt"THE LITTLE HARDWARE" | = |i ? c NORTH SIDE ' ? " ? ?> ? i> ti 2 c 5" ||fS ? 'The' all ? ;? i H t Douglas Hardware Store " ? * I o"?v; * a ? 2 j " e ~ " -o - 5 ? ~ ? 2, s ? i s - telephone 55 ? " ? ~ c? I? c C ? < 2. ^ 3 o ? I AM ON THE " _ * ?1|| SOUTH SIDE J S 5 I s o ? <3 Have only been here 4 years. Will be here a little longer $ f 1 ? Largest Music House in Alaska Highest Crade Pianos, Piano Player s, Edison Disc Phonographs, Victor and Columbia Talking Machines, Rsc 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. REDUCTION SALE .'-r. . Of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothing IN SMALL SIZES ONLY THESE SUITS ARE REGULAR $30.00 and $35.00 VALUES J? $12.50 ^-cJunehu,ALASKK. Get the Habit Hire Berry's Auto Cheaper Than Walking Office Phone 22 ALL HOURS Garage Phone 294 ? v f 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 TRAILS DAILY "The Olympian" and "The Columbian" The NEW ALL-STEEL TRAINS to BUTTE. MILES CITY, SIOUX CITY, MINNEAPOLIS, ST. PAUL, MILWAUKEE and CHICAGO For further information regarding farei, train service, reservations, etc., call on or address Willis E. Nowell, City Ticket Agent, Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry., Seward St, Juneau, Alaska, or City Ticket Offices, Chicago, Milwaukee ic St. Paul Railway 443 Hastings St West, Vancouver, B. C. OR Second Ave. and Cherry St, Seattle GOOD SEGARS POCKET BILLIARDS I Dave's Place I X 1 A Pipe for Every Fact PIPE REPAIRING The Chocolate Shop AND Delicatessen Lunches Served Sandwiches, Pies, Doughnuts, Fine Coffee Chilli Con Came 15c Boston Baked Beans 16c Home-made Pies, all kinds, baked to order 15c Home-Made Bread 2 for 25c Full Line of Best Candlos, Al mond Brittle and Peanut Brittle, Chocolates, Etc. Call and Get Acquainted MISS A. GRAVES, 135 Front if ALASKAN*"! i! Hom Juneau's Leading Hostelry :: J> Steam heat, running hot and <? <? cold water in all rooms?alx- !! JI teen roomB with bath?strlotly J J J J flrat class cafe?centrally locat- ?? < > ed?big sample rooms. Auto < ? !meets all steamors?rates: >1.60 \ [ ] [ per day and up?commercial < J < > trade solicited. * <' i, P. L. Gemroett, Pres. & Mgr. ,, F. H. McCoy, Secy-Troaa. J J BOWLING I* a healthful and pleasant pastime. Several Clubs are being organized t f f f Why don't you form a club among1 your frlondi and participate in the bowling tournament in September. Tbe Brunswick Alleys * Are open night and day for prac tice. :: :: :: :: :: GET BUSY I I I I ' ' When you want < > !! Hardware, Stove*, Furni- !! ! ture, Carpets, Linoleum, ! ' Sashes, Guns, Electric Sup- ! I! plies, Trunks, Suit Cases, !! ! I Chincware, Paints and Oils !! II ?T.r/JV? ' \ ? || f ? rao ii ^ jj Julius Jensen: ? 1 Douglas Alaska < > i iMiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiir: 1 I 1 II I I M 1 ill 1 II II I 111 III I The Grotto ;; Saloon and Liquor Store ;; LaVELLE A BROPHY .. Proprietors Front St ; JUNEAU ?HI MIII1IIIIIIIHIHMIO ? ????????????????????*???< ? ; ' L. G Thomas Merl T. Thomas < ? < > Alaska Furniture 8 Undertaking < > Co., Inc. <! ; ? Funeral Directors & Embahners j I HUNTER HOTEL DOUGLAS, ALASKA Strictly First-Clan. Always on Hand: Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Our Specialty? Mixed Drinks. Front St, opp. Ferry Lauding B. CONRAD, Prop. RUDOLPH B LA HUT. Ua na*?r j A Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer On Draught HUNTER HOTEL AMUSEMENT PARLORS 8rxrod your laaaara time playla* pool and billiard*. You an alwaya waleoma. Cam (Mm*. L. H. KIE8T - DOUGLAS ? 4 ? ARE YOU QOINQ TO BUILD? 4 ? 4 4 Are you going to repair your 4 4 house? See George E. Brown. 4 4 Contractor & Builder, Douglas 4 ARB l'OU GOING TO BUILD! M.M.GIMSE ! S^BPILDER Bullda houaea both bic and amall and don re pair work at reaaonabia ratoa. Sao me at tha Douglaa Hardware Store or Phone 53 Public Stenographer 207 SEWARD BLOCK RUTH MERRILL, PHONE 2SG 8T. QEORQC HOU8E. Everything new. Good light and well ventilated rooms. Baths, electric IghL Good board. Reasonable rates by the day, week >r month. ? 4-lB-tf MRS. A. E. VESTAL.