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When in Seattle Stop
at the Place for
ALASKANS
It'a Fire-Proof. Modern and Convenient
RATES $1.00 Per Day and Up
MOTEL BARKER
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Free Auto Bv* Meet* alt Boata and Train* |
C. O. Waltt.e ? Conrm! Ftvedin.r, Prop*.
ALASKAN SOVKPOUGHS
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Will give Vosi the Bti' in
Clothing, b >th .?? to ?tyle. <
and quality, and at the right |
price, too.
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;; Best of Everything Served 11
!! at Moderate Prices
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McDonald & Hart
Contractors and Builders
Office at McCluskey's Cigar Store
Front Street
PETTIT & HARVEY
Rentals and General Collections
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
Auditing and Accounting
Agents Northern Life Insurance Co.
Cheney Bldg. P' ?c S*7
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The Alameda left Wrangell at 3
o'clock this morning and should arrive
this evening.
The Al-Ki arriving from Sitka will
sail South tomorrow morning about 7
o'clock.
The City of Seattle is expected to
arrive from the South tomorrow night
or early Wednesday morning.
The Princess Alice is expected from
the South tomorrow night.
?The Admiral Evans ir-expectod from
thi South tomorrow nlrht
TV ohin wl'l arr? >om S'iVr.'
Southbound tomorrow night or Wed
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T!?? Jlor'h'v.'strrn arrived from t!tc
>??-. frday Southbound.
The "pokaae sailed South last night.
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'THE SEA WOI F" AT THE
LYRIC THEATRE TONIGHT
DOUGLAS. July 27?Tho great mo
tion picture "The Sea Wolf will be
seen at the Lyric tonight for tho first
time in Douglas.
This picture is shown In seven
ret is and is said to be the most real
's: tc picture ever made. The collision
of the ferry boats on San Francisco
bay In the first reel is the greatest
picture of its kind ever made.
"The Sea Wolf will be repeated
tomorrow night.
DRAPER CLUB TO MEET.
There will be a meetiug of the
Draper Club at Klks' hall tomorrow
(Tuesday) afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
The Bergmann Dining room ofTers
home cooked table board at $1 per
day. Special rates to permanent
guests. Sunday flight special dinners
at *>0 cents per plate. Breakfast served
from 0 to 9: luncheon. 12 to 1:30: din
ners. 5 to 7. 7-27-tf
WANTED?Girl for kitchen work.
Apply Mrs. M. H. Lynch, 318 East 4th
streets. . 7-27-3t
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| Dahl & Wahlberg |
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Sweaters
Tan?ofoTsle Just Arrived
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NEW stock of Urn- tj
brellas. Latest :j
styles and best val- J]
ues. The very latest fJ
styles in F p p f n
Rain Coats jj
| MRS. M. D. BERRY Sulj
rGROCERIES
MEN'S GOODS |j
4 j M. J. O'CONNOR Douglas 1
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I Douglas Opera House Hotel In Connection ^
We serve the BEST BEER ? _ ^ r* 1 ?
!n Douglas for . . . ?3C 3. Csl&SS %
i FREE MOVING PICTURES EVERY NIGHT $
? The Best of Wines, Liquors and Cijnurs %
I ETE WOLANDO. Prop. Douglas, Alaska S
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WatchesM HOWARD- waltham
vv aicncD. . 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
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Largest Music House in Alaska
Highest Grade Pianos, Piano Player s. Edison Disc Phonographs, Victor
and Columbia Talking Machines, Rsc ords of all makes. Sheet Music. {
3 Stores ,
Juneau Music House i
J. P. L. GRAVES, Mgr. ?
REXALL DRUG STORE FRONT STREET DRUG STORE <
Douglas, Alaska. Douglas, Alaska. ; i
ELMER E. SMITH, Prop.
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DOUGLAS NEWS NOTES. ?
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Erne was married at the Catholio
church to Tony Juraclch. John Af
rlch was best man, and Mrs. Joe Pelo
za acted as matron of honor.
Wm. Hughes, who la employed at
the "700" mill. Is laying off from work
a small piece of steel lniLeddeu .a luu
j twil cyulutli.
t here will be u special meeting of
.he uuu r'etiows at their hall this ev
ening at 7 o'clock. All brothers are
requested to attend.?Jack Llvie, Sec.
One of the Sunday school classes of
the Congregational church is on a
picnic tcday. Tho children are being
looked after by the Rev. Umstead and
wife.
Mrs. H. V. Suily ana two cniiureui
returned on the Al-Kl from a vacation |
spent in the States.
The Al-Kl sailing South will take
the following passengers: Ernest Walt
man. Victor Pollak, Ad Smith, John
Marcus, J. L. McGaffey and family,
Mrs. W. E. Anderson, W. E. Anderson,
Jr., Salvador Madan, Mrs. Hazel Drag
olich and James Bnrnes.
The City Pool Hall next door to the
City Bar on Front street opened to
the public yesterday under the man
agement of James Snell. A new pool
table has been installed and all other
fixtures in the place are being made
up to date. Snell was formerly a hoist
man at the Perseverance.
Extensive improvements have been
made on the Torniven Building on St.
Ann avenue.
The new Eagle Hall is receiving the
second coat of paint.
The Co-operative Store is moving
Its stock Into the Thomas building to
day. They expect to be open for busi
ness on the first of August.
GOOD THINGS TO EAT AT
BIG DEMONSTRATION
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DOUGLAS, July 27.?The ladles of
St. Luke's Guild are engaged In pre
paring a menu for the demonstration
to be held at the Alaska Labor Union
hall on the 30th. They have received
the following donations:
Meat?Armour's sliced ham.
Vegetables?Refugee string beans,
Early June Peas. White Asparagus
' Tips, and tomatoes, all the Keiiauce
brand.
Hot Discuit3, rolls and doughnuts j
made with Best Everett Flour, Wild
Rose Lard and Folger's Baking Pow
der.
Salad?Vegetable salad with May
onnaise made with Romann's Olive
Oil.
Fruits?Apricots, peaches sliced
pineapple, raspberries, all the Reliance
brand.
Preserves. Jellies. Jams, all the Al
len & Lewis "Preferred Stock."
M.J.B. Coffee and Tea.
Armour's grape Juice, Imperial can
dy. and El Sldelo cigars.
Soaps, perfumes and drug sundries
will be on display from Elmer E.
Smith's drug store.
Cooking utensils, electrical appli
ances and kitchen conveniences from
Jules Jensen's hardware store.
The ladies of St. Luke's church.
Douglas, wish it understood that the
wholesale houses are paying them to
demonstrate the above named goods
to the housekeepers of Juneau. Thane,
Douglas and Treadwell.
Leave your pockctbooks at home
as there will be no admission and no
charge for anything.
The doors open at two o'clock.
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TREADWELL. July 27.-There will
be a meting of the demonstration com
mittee at 2 o'clock tomorrow after
noon at St. Luke's church.
The Treadwell Shrines will cross
the channel tonight en mass to attend
an Important meeting In Juneau.
The men's decorating committee
will meet at St. Luke's church tomor
row night at 8 o'clock.
SOCCER LEAGUE WILL
PROBABLY BE FORMED
TREADWELL, July 27.?Oon Satur
day evening a meeting of soccer play
ers was held at the Are hall and steps
taken for the formation of a league
to play between the closing of the
baseball season and the opening of
the football season.
A committee was appointed for the
purpose of looking up players and ar
ranging for teams. Treadwell is rep
resented on the committee by Ben !
Erb, Chas. Grewer and Bob Baird,
while John Mills represents the "300" j
mill. Geo. Spence the Mexican and 1
Dave Liggett the Cyanide plant.
An exhibition game will be played 3
shortly between Treadwell and the <
"240" mill combined, and the "300" '
mill and Jack Wilson's Highlanders. J
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STENOGRAPHERS TROUBLES. \
Last night a packed house witnessed 3
the "Stenographer's Troubles" at the <
Orpheum and it sure was a laugh J
from start to finish. The following <
four reels completed the excellent <
show which will be repeated tonight: 1
Pathe Weekly?showing happenings i
at San Francisco. St. Louis, Prince- <
ton, Panamn Canal, and other inter- 1
esting events, closing with "Mutt and; i
Jeff," cailming that traveling In a <
Pullman car Is not what it is cracked 3
up to be. <
"In the Grip of a Charlatan," is a ]
clever exposure of a modern fad, by .
Alice Joyce and Tom Moore, of the *
Kalera Co. 3
"The New Day's Dawn" is a good <
L'dlson drama by Rev. E. B. Stockton. 3
"The Amateur Ice Man" Is a Lubin <
comedy-drama with Aurthur Johnson <
and I ottie Briscoo In leading roles. IJ
"The Stenographer's Troubles" is a <
roar, by the Vltagraph artists, Inclur- <
>ng John Bunny and Florence Vurn- <
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Herbert E, Wilson, formerly with 31
L C. Ross an owner of one of the rich <1
bleary creek Fairbanks district claims, 31
3 prospecting for quartz gold In the o
dcinity of Petersburg. ?
REDUCTION SALE
Of Hart Schaffner & Marx
Clothing
IN SMALL SIZES ONLY
THESE SUITS ARE REGULAR*
$30.00 and $35.00 VALUES
3: $12.50
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- P^zJuneru,Alaska.
Get the Habit
Hire Berry's Auto
Cheaper Than Walking
Office Phone 22 ALL HOURS Garage Phone 294
J FIRST TERRITORIAL BANK OF ALASKA
Douglas, Alaska
Every facility for banking. Foreign and domestic ex
change. Commercial accounts solicited. Interest allowed
on time deposits.
M. J. O'CONNOR. Pres. - - - A. E. GURR. Cashier
\ FIRST NOTICE OF OPPORTUN
| ITY T0 THE CITIZENS UF JU
| NEAU TO SECURE A HOME
| The,
Casey-Shattuck
Addition
1 ? to Juneau is the spot where oportunities are afforded to
i ? anyone who desires a home.
THE CONSIDERATION
I on these lots are right, and the payment required to ob
1 tain a contract can nearly be left to the purchaser.
J In case you have the cash, pay in full and get a war
> ranted deed. If you have a small amount of money to
; pay down, and can see your way to make a monthly pay
? ment, it can be made?to your entire satisfaction.
> I have been dealing in Really for many years, but nev
! er heard that of a purchaser making his own payment and
I terms. I wish to tell you don't let this opportunity step by,
I as the time is not far off when you have to pay more, and
\ the terms will be like other places 1-3 cash; balance in 1
; and 2 years.
I The Plank road is now under construction along the
? beach which will lead through one of the main streets in
this addition to connect with the government road, and
when it is done the main traffic from up the valley is com
ing through one of our main streets.
Look into this, and you can see for yourself there is a
future for this park of the city. Prices are from $400 to
$700 per lot.
Office Room With Juneau Transfer Go.
37 FRONT STPEET
K. K. AALBU, Salesman
POCKET BILLIARDS
1 Dave's Place 18
A Pipe for Every Fact
PIPE REPAIRING
The
Chocolate
Shop
AND
Delicatessen
Lunches Served
' Sandwiches, Pics, Doughnuts,
Fine Coffee
Chilli Con Carne - 15c
Boston Baked Beans 15c
Home-made Pies, all kinds,
haked to order. 15c
Home-Wade Bread 2 for 25c
Full Line of Best Candios, Al
mond Brittle and Peanut Brittle,
Chocolates, Etc.
Call and Get Acquainted
MISS A. GRAVES, 135 Front
j ALASKAN " 'i
HOTEL
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?> cold water in all rooms?six- 3 3
J 3 teen rooms with bath?strictly J 3
< J first class cafe?centrally locat- <?
< ? ed?big sample rooms. Auto < > i
3! meets all steamers?rates: >1.60 3 ! <
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33 P. L. Gemmett, Pres. & Mgr. X h
] 3? F. H. McCoy, Secy-Treas. T -I
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BOWLING
Ii a healthful and
plea?ant pa?timc.
Several Clubs are being
organized t t t fi
Why don't you form a club among
your friend* and participate in the
bowling tournament in September. -
Tbe Brunswick Alloys '*
- Are open night and day for prac
tice. :: :: :: :: :: GET BUSY
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1 I Hardware, Stoves, Furni- 1 I
I ture, Carpets, Linoleum, !!
! Sashes, Guns, Electric Sup- !
' plies, Trunks, Suit Cases,
'? Chinaware, Paints and Oils !
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The Grotto
;; Saloon and Liquor Store ;;
UVELLE & BROPHY
Proprietor* ..
Front St.
juneau ::
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HUNTER HOTEL
DOUGLAS, ALASKA
Strictly First-Class. Always >
on Hand: Choico Wines, Liquors |
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 roar leasure time playinz pool
and billiards. You are always wolcome.
Come eee me.
L. H. ICIEST ? DOUGLAS
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V bouse? See George E. Brown. +
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ARE YOU GOING TO BOILD?
M.M.GIMSE .^d^BPILDElS I
Builds houM-a both biz and small and does re
pair work at rmutonabls rates. See me at the
Douglas Hardware Store or Phone 55
Public Stenographer
2C7 SEWARD BLOCK
RUTH MERRILL,
PHONE 296
ST. GEORGE HOUSE.
Everything new. Good light and
ell ventilated rooms. Baths, electric
ght Good board.
Reasonable rates by the day, week
r month. 4-lS-tf
MRS. A. E. VE8TAL.

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