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Is the Time to have that
Suit Cleaned and Pressed.
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Dahl & Wahlberg;
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RosEnHHMaaiHai
W. A. Kuntu-ton H A. Hirkpatrick I
The Buffet
Hotel Cain
"Nothing But the Best
10-Year-Old Bonded
Whiakey
3 Side Entrance next to Elk'a Hall
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! Hardware, Stoves, Furni- I
! ! ture, Carpets, Linoleum, 2
! Sashes, Guns, Electric Sup- j.
! plies, Trunks, Suit Cases, I
!! Chinaware, Paints and Oils 2
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G. K. GILBERT
PLUMBING and
SHEET METAL WORKS
121 Front St Phono 358
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SUMNER SMITH IS AT VALDEZ.
Mine Inspector Sumner S. Smith Is
paying this section an official visit
and looked over the operations at the
Midas mine yesterday.?Valdez Pros
pector. ?
BASEBALL ON TAP I
SUNDAY AfTERNOON
There will be an exhibition game
of baseball at Recreation park tomor
row afternoon between the Gastlneau
Juneau and the Douglas-Treadwell
teams. Game will be called promptly
at J: 15 p. m. Tho line-up will be prac
tically the same as when the teams
met In the final gamo of the champion
ship series In which Juneau carried
off the honors In a sensational 1-0 An
lsh. Ford and Duggan will be the bat
tery for the "Champs" and Plttmau
and Kerry will perform the same ser
vice for the Island lads.
At u6 time during the season has
cither team had more than one game
the advantago over the other and the
keenest Interest has been maintained
by the fans throughout tho contest.
The whirlwind Anish In which the
home lads carried off the honors has
only served to Intonslfy that interest.
If weather conditions permit there
may be more baseball this season.
GYPSUM MAN LOSES
RIGHT ARM BY ACCIDENT
Andrew Holstad who had his right
arm cut off by being run over by a
locomotive at the Gypsum mines yes
terday afternoon was brought to Jun
eau on the Georgia this morning and
taken to St. Ann's hospital for treat
ment. Dr. L. O. Sloane is in attend
ance and the patient is reported to
be resting well.
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BIG NIGHT TONIGHT.
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Tonight is to be a big night at Jas
on's Rink the weather conditions be
I ing perfect for skating and no counter
attractions.
The date will soon be set for the big
Elks' carnival at Jaxon's Rink, as soon
' as word can be received from Chi
cago where the goods are shipped
, from. ???
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MASONIC MEETING.
Regular communication Mt. Juneau
l odge. No. 147. F. & A. M.. Odd Fel
lows hall. Monday evening, Aug. 24,
S o'clock. Degree work. Sojourning
Masons cordially invited.
Sat.. Mon. E. D. BEATTIE, Sec.
CITY AUTHORIZES
AUTO TRUCK DEAL
On motion by Councilman WtUinm
Brltt, the city council at last night's
session authorized tho Are and water
committee of the body to enter Into
a contract with tho agent of the Ste
wart Auto Truck people for the de
livery of a truck to the City of Jun
eau. the city to purchaso the same af
ter Its arrival here If It meets the re
quirements specified In tho contract
It Is to be a ton-truck of tho Stewart
type fully equipped In accordance with
plan* agreed upon by Chief Milton
Winn, the committee from the Are de
partment of which former Mayor C.
W. Carter is chairman. Mayor Reck,
and tho Are and water committee of
tho city council. It will carry hose,
and chemical apparatus, the latter be
ing separate so that the truck will be
at liberty to do other work at a Are
after delivering the chemical appar
atus. It Is to cost between $2,400
and $2,500.
The members of the Are department
contributed $880 toward the payment
of the truck and the commlttoo of
which former Mayor C. W. Carter was
at tho head secured subscriptions of
cash from business men amounting
to more than $1,000. The city will
contribute tho balance on the arrival
of the truclc providing it meets re
quirements and the purchase is com
pleted.
Residents along Wllloughby avenue
petitioned for a water main. The mat
er was ordered forwarded to the Jun
au Water company with the city's
endorsement.
A petition for the removal of steps
built by tho city on certain lots in
tho Golden Belt addition was referred.
A communication from tho Eagle
Brewing company asking for a re
duced wharfage charge on empty bar
rels received at the city dock was re
ferred.
The U. S. Bureau of Navigation sent
a communication notifying the City of
of Juneau that the buoy in the harbor
must be removed.
A resolution was passed authorizing
A. W. Fox to act as city clerk in event
Clerk E. W. Pettlt should be absent
from the city.
Current claims were audited and
warrants ordered drawn for same.
A warrant for $100 was ordered
drawn for Dog Catcher Harris in pay
ment for services. He worked one
month, caught 26 dogs of which 21
were killed and Ave released on pay
ment of fees and license. Altogether
04 licenses were issued aftor the ap
pointment of the dog catcher and $184
collected in license taxes.
The committee on schools was in
structed to notify the school board
that the city can furnirih but $18,000
for running the schools this year.
The building ordinance was read and
and It is the opinion of members of
the council that several buildingB in
Juneau have not completed with it in
the matter of providing Are protection.
The matter was referred.
Attorney J. H. Cobb addressed the
council on the matter of the agree
ment between property owners In the
Golden Bolt addition and the city over
the contract to improve Golden Belt
avenue and the council ordered a war
rant for $400 drawn to pay the city's
sharo to date. Another $100 is to be
paid by the city when the street is
graveled.
The city accepted a deed from J,
Ourby for a tract of tide lands 18x140
feet adjoining Front street and facing
the C. W. Young company dock prop
erty. The consideration named is $1.
Two Voting Precincts For City.
The city council at last night's ses
sion took up the matter of creating
two voting precincts in the City of
Juneau. The matter was discussed
and referred to the committee on
printing and elections with instruct
ions to draw an ordinance and submit
it at the next meeting.
Collecting Delinquent Taxes.
The committee on taxation was in
structed to consult Attorneys Hellen
thai & Hellenthal in relation to the
matter of collecting delinquent taxes.
ANOTHER TRUST BUSTED.
The day of monopoly In photo sup
plies and films Is ended In Juneau by
the Ansco Company, establishing an
agency in our town. Of course It is
our enterprising druggist, Mr. Z. J.
Loussac, of the Juneau Drug Co., who
has the agency. The Ansco company
today is one of the biggest manufac
turing concerns in the United States.
Their products are standard and their
films can bo used with all other film
cameras, like Eastman kodak.
The Juneau Drug Co. carries a com
plete line of cameras, Alms, printing
paper, acids, etc.
The prices are always right at
ths store that has what you want
when you want It The Juneau Drug
Co., 107 Front St., phone 250. 8-21-tf
LEAVING ON DOLPHIN.
The following took passage for the
South on the Dolphin last night: For
Wrangell ? Thomas Delgetity, Fred
Anderson; for Ketchikan?P. F. Vlan,
Mrs. R. McCarter, P. S. Torstrand, G.
H. Jones; for Seattle?Benjamin F. <
Derbyshire, Fred M. Chu. James Gae,
William Kralppaching, K. Metamura,
Gus Glllis, J. T. Todd, F. B. Mercer.
HOONAH COUPLE MARRY.
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George Shotter and Miss Smith,
both well known and popular reel- 1
dents of Hoonah were married Thurs- '
day evening of this week, at Hoonah. '
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FOR SALE?Two tents fly platform <
and outfit near Ebner mine on Perse- (
verence road. For information call 1
phone 228.?JOE EDWARDS. It i
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DOUGLAS, Aug. 22.?Dr. and Mrs.
Matliis. Herbert Schuman and wife,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Coughlin and
Frank Bach, Jr., will leave this even
ing for Limestone where they will
spend Sunday.
A horse and wagon arrived on the
John B. Stetson for the new delivery
to 1>e installed by the Fox store.
E. J. Dailoy, who is building the two
cottages for Martin Olsen on West
Third street, has taken his entire
crew for an outing and will return in
time to start work Monday morning.
A. M. Mecklem, who has been em
ployed at Treadwell for the past two
years, will leave for the South on the
Alameda on Monday. Mr. Mecklem
will enter the California School of
Design in San Francisco this fall.
LYRIC HAS EXTRA
BILL TOMORROW NIGHT
DOUGLAS, Aug. 22.?Tho Sunday
show will consist of Ave reels as fol
lows:
Animated Weekly ? Late current
events of the world.
Tho Tangled Web?A 3-reol feature
by the Reliance Company.
A high class Society Drama?with
very strong situation. Our favorite
Gertrude Robinson In tho loading role.
Why Babe Left Home?A Thanhous
er comedy, always the best.
Music will be furnished in tho ev
ening.
IN DOUGLAS CHURCHES
SUNDAY.
St. Lukes' Episcopal.
Services tomorrow evening at 8 p.
m. Evening prayer and sermon. Every
one is most cordially welcome.
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Congregational Church.
Rev. Umstead, Pastor.
Sunday school at 10 a. m. Evening
worship at 8 p. m. Theme for evening:
"Tho Broken Law."
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TREADWELL, Aug. 22?A Greek
miner by the name of Anastacious
Baroumis met with a painful accident
yesterday in the Mexican mine and as
the result will be confined to the hos-i
pltal for a few weeks. His ankle was
t>roken when a rock falling from the
roof struck him.
A new electric tower is being erect
;d near the power plant. It is built
>f four long timbers grouped and
}raced to resist the winds and to car
?y the weight of power cables. i
Excavations nre being made for the|
placing of concreto foundations for the
new electric hoist to be built for the
Trenjlwell shaft.
A crew of men is busy clearing and
grading for the addition to the Bul
lion mill.
SIX BIG FEATURE REELS
AT THE GRAND THEATRE
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For Saturday and Sunday Evenings.
We have several announcements to
j make to the patrons of the Grand The
| atro and others.
We have secured a strong 3-plece
orchestra consisting of piano, snare
drums and cornet, which alone is
worth a dollar to hear. Mr. Adams
sings one of the latest songs every
night. He is becoming more popular
every night.
Every change night we will offer a
big two-reel feature besides our regu
lar show.
For tonight we offer the following
six good reels:
Held for Ransom?A powerful two
reel drama of the Kentucky mountains.
Nnpoleon's Luck Stone?is a laugh
able comedy.
Animated Weekly showing all the
latest events.
When Dreams Come True?An inter
esting drama.
The management has spared no
pains to make this house the best
picture house in Juneau, so you may
rest assured that you are getting the
best in light and equipment that mon
ey can buy when you come to tho
Grand, so obey that impulse and follow
tho crowd to the Grand Theatre to
night where you will be sure to get
your money's worth.
PERSEVERANCE AND THANE
BALL PLAYERS AT WAR
PERSEVERANCE, Aug. 22. ? An
armistice is declared between the
married men and the single men at
Perseverance, and a coalition is form
ed to ndminlster a second and lasting
defeat to the Sheep Croek ball twirl
ers. Sheep Creek will Journey to the
Perseverance ball grounds on Sunday
afternoon, weather permitting, and re
ceive, as the Perseverance boys vow,
the worst licking of their lives.
Since the last game played between
these teams, Paul Benson, the crack
Perseverance short-stop has been
transferred to Sheep Creek. McCul
lough and Jackson have returned to
school. But even with this set-back,
the Perseverance team goes to bat
tle full of confidence and hope.
It is hoped to secure the services
of L. J. Reedy, labor agent, as umpire,
as there will undoubtedly be some
very close decisions, requiring tact
and diplomacy.
Sid Terry Is marshaling his warriors
nightly on the grounds, and promises
the boys victory.
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CROATION CLUB DANCE
NEXT SUNDAY EVENING
Our regular weekly dance will take
place next Sunday evening at the Croa
tian club hall on St. Anne avenue. Ev
eryone Is welcome. Admission, 50c.
Ladies free. 8-19-3t.
CROATIAN MANDOLI*7 CLUB. c
Automobile for hire. Careful driver.
Call up 67 or 321. 7-5-tf. 1
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William Aiken arrived from Sitka
on the Georgia today.
Frank Shotter of Hoonah is a Jun
eau visitor.
E. M. Goddard of Sitka Hot Springs,
arrived in Juneau on the Georgia to
day.
E. B. HuBsey, Mrs. Hussey, and their
sons, Kenneth and Wilfred, who have
been visiting in Juneau for several
days took passage on the Princess
Sophia thiB morning for the south.
Misses Naidja and Mary Kashovar
off returned ftam Sitka on the Georgia
today.
Samuel J. Reid, Jr., U. S. attorney
for Brooklyn, who hns been touring
Alaska, left for the south on the Prin
cess Sophia.
W. G. Weigle, of the forest service,
arrived from Tenakee on the Georgia
and Is staying at the Hotel Cai^.
Louis D. Froellch of the New^ York
Sun, who has been studying condi
tions In Alaska, took passage on the
Princess Sophia for the south today.
Supt. A. G. Mosier of the Gypsum
mines at Gypsum, accompanied by
Mrs. Mosier arrived in Juneau on the
Georgia today.
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The City of Seattle was expected
from the south at 4 o'clock this after
noon.
The Northwestern left Ketchikan at
9 o'clock this morning and should ar
rlvo here tomorrow morning.
The Al-Ki Is expected from the south
tonight or tomorrow and will sail
Bouth Monday or Tuesday.
The Princess Sophia sailed south
this morning.
The Dolphin sailed south last night.
The Georgia leaves for Skagway at
12:01 tomorrow morning.
GEORGIA ARRIVALS.
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The Georgia arriving from Sitka
and wayports brought the following
passengers to Juneau today: From Sit
ka?William Aiken, Miss Mary Kashe
varoflf, Miss Naldja Kashcrvuroff. Ben
Nazal; from Tenakee?W. G.' Welgle;
from Gypsum?A. G. Mosler and wife,
J. M. Nelson, Mike Pertain, Andrew
Holstad; from Hot Springs?E. M.
Goddard, Swan Swanson; from Hoon
ah?Frank Shotter.
LEAVING ON SOPHIA.
The following took passage on the
Princess Sophia this morning: Slstter
Mary Petor, John Mathewson, Joe
3ray, Gordon S. Wilson, Mrs. Etta
Harrison, Mrs. F. Rascovlch, H. W.
Beocber, G. Francis, W. K. Ellis, S. J.
field, L. D. Froellch, Jack Connor, E.
B. Hussey and family, Miss Alam E.
Sunning, W. S. Greene and wife, H.
rackson, Rev. Father A. R. Drathman,
?. R. Belt, Henry Jones, and 7 sec
>nd class.
The City of Juneau 1b selling the!
>est Ladysmith coal at $8.60 per ton.
BROTHER GAVE BLOOD
TO SAVE ALASKAN
Through the sacrifice of his broth
er, who submitted yesterday to an op
eration for blood transfusion, Aimer
J. Anderson, the Valdez mining man
who was wounded by a bullet early
Thursday morning, is believed to be
on tho road to recovery, despite the
fact that the ball ranged within two
inches of tho heart. C. A. Anderson,
a plumber of Ellensburg, who gave
his blood that his brother's life might
be BaveiT, lies beside him In n ward
at tho city hospital, weakened, but
gaining strength rapidly.
C. A. Anderson went to tho hospital
yesterday morning, where he learned
that his brother was not expected ,-to
live through the day. He presented
himself to Dr. William C. Spledel and
Dr. Milton G. Sturgis, and agreed to
submit to a transfusion operation wben
told that this was the only hope for
his brother's life. Dr. Spledel per
formed tho operation.
Aimer J. Anderson was found un
conscious Tuesday on University SL,
between Third and Fourth avenues.
He told the police he had been shot
by holdup men.
Aimer J. Anderson later died of his
wound, but the Ellenburg brother re
covered.?Seattle Post-Intelligencer.
IM. CARLONE A. KRASEL <J
Up-to-Date Tailoring::
10 per cent discount on all , ,
Suit* Bold before Sept. 10 < ,
All Work Guaranteed <'
ST. ANN AVE. DOUGLAS \ >
III Ml I 111 III 1 I III I 11 HI II
The Grotto
!; Saloon and Liquor Store ;;
LaVELLE & BROPHY
Proprietor* ..
Front St
JUNEAU
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L. G Thomaa Marl F. Thorn aa 4 >
Alaska Furnitarc 8 Undertaking < >
Co., Inc. <>
funeral Directors & Embalmers <'
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Douylas Alaska <>
HUNTER HOTEL j
DOUGLAS, ALASKA
Strictly First-Class. Always j
on Hand: Choice Wines, Liquors (
and Cigars. Our Specialty? S
Mixed Drinks.
Front St, opp. Ferry Landing j
B. CONRAD, Prop.
RUDOLPH BLAHUT. Manaaor [
Pabat Blue Ribbon Beer
On Draught I
=?$10.00 REWARD?=
W ill be paid to tbe person guessing nearest to tbe number
of Sbot Gun Shells and Cartridges now on
display in tbe window
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In ^1 IJ J Ca- Tel. Douglas 55
Douglas Hardware otore j. s. Minkove
I When The Glaciers
A/f ? ? We'll have no more rain in Juneau.
A ? Avl Until that time comes, however, we'll need
Raincoats and Umbrellas
]\y*pc orDDV HAS A N,CE STOCK OF THESE. AND
l'SavO# ?DEilVJCx I tj,e pr;cet are right too. Cor. 3d & Franklin
iwiwrmwihi in
GROCERIES I
\ MEN'S GOODS |
| M. J. O'CONNOR Douglas |
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ii Douglas Opera House Hotel In Connection ^
We serve the BEST BEER e Hlacc ii
:: n Douglas for . . . oc a vaiass
0 FREE MOVING PICTURES EVERY NIGHT
1 > The Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars <,
i ? PETE ROLANDO, Prop. Douglas, Alaska <t
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Wa tches!!
$1.00 to $150 Each
HOWARD, WALTHAM
SLGIN, HAMILTON,
EQUITY and INGERSOL
An Elgin 16-size, Seven Jewels, Nickel Case at
S5.SO
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, 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. I
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I FIRST SHOWING
I of Fall Styles in Coats and Suits j
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WE have just opened our fall line of Women's Coats and
77^7 Suits. All the Newest Styles of Foreign and Domes
I tic Makes are shown here.
See our line of CAPES, CAPE COATS, SUITS,
and etc. All are moderately priced. This is the line of goods bought to show
in our new store, but owing to our inability to move for at least a month we
have decided to show the line at once in our present quarters.
Millinery Opening Saturday
MRS- M..BEAN IN CHARGE OF THIS DEPARTMENT
NEWEST
Modes in
Suits, Coats
and Caps
i ^^cJuneau,ALASKA. j
LATEST
Styles
Shown in
Millinery

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