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CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.-B.CCoastService
Sailing from Janata for Port Sfanpoorv. Prlnca Rupert Swnnoon. Alort Bar, Vnncourer
Victoria tad Santtte
PRINCESS SOPHIA SEPTEMBER 18th
Orphoum Bullditf CP. R. TICKET OFFICE J. T. SPICKET1. A*t
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\@\ ALASKA J
\ STEAMSHIP COMPANY
'* tfitj. Sntln, TtcWta to Sottlc. 1i r*m. Victcrla and Vancouver. Through
t<*V?ta to San Francisco
i! JEFFERSON North Sept 8, 19, Oct. 1 South, Sept. 9. 20, Oct. 2
?' DOLPHIN North Sept. 13. 25. Oct. 7. South Sept. 14, 26, Oct 8
MARIPOSA North Sept. 15, Oct. 3.?South, Sept. 24, Oct 12
? ? ALAMEDA North Sept. 21 Oct 9. South. Sept. 11. 30, Oct 18 !
NORTHWESTERN North Sept 10. 28 South Sept 18. Oct 6 ;;
WILLIS E NOWELL. Juneau Apt. Elmer E. Smith Douglas Apt
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HUMBOLDT STEAMSHIP CO.
Th? A3?km rtnr S. S. HUMBOLDT The Aheka Flyer
LEAVES JUNEAU, NORTHBOUND SEPT. 12th and 22nd
LEAVES JUNEAU SOUTHBOUNO SEPT 13th and 23rd
OOCKS AT JUNEAU CITY W1*ARF
PETTIT <L HARVEY. Agent*. Cnoney
Block, Juneau Seattle Office?716 Second Avenue
|| elf I Of 6* /?"" Allen Shattuok. - Axent
Northland Steamship Co.
I John Henvm. Douglas Ajront
REGULAR FAST SERVICE BETWEEN .EATTLE AND JUNEAU
AL-KI, Southbound . . . Sept. 21
FARES TO SEATTLE: rirat Class $19. Second Class $12
i Pnoifir Alaska Navigation Company J
ALASKA PACIFIC STEAM
SHIP CO. A
rux?t SoiUKl-Callfoml* Route fa
g?aitl?-San FTancUoo. coa-o
a?o<in* with S.& V*l? *nd\
fA Harvard tor Southern
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ALASKA COAST CO.
\ Puget Sound-Alaska Route,
TS from Tacoma and Seattle toi
J) Ketchikan. Petersburg. Ju
% ieau. Yakutat. Katalla. Cor
dova. V aides. Kllamar. Port
Wells LaTouche. Seward.
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Cahtornla porta. - . lUMm
Adm. Evans, South Sept- 22 Ad. Watson, West Sept. 18
Right reserved to change sailing date* without nolle*.
Geo. J. McCarthy, Agt. H- R- Shepard & Son, City Ticket Agents
_____ Phone 217
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;: The White Pass 8 Yukon Route J
:: THE ROUTE OF COMFORT, SPEED, SERVICE, SAFETY |
? . TVreugh ticktti to and from Utnoo. Fkirbuki, all Interior Aluk> and Yukon River point* 4
' ? Knoi ssassn *t navigation our fleet of modern, up-to-date steamers will operate regular!/ T
* ' fee entire length of Yukon River and tributaries. giving a service never before equalled. 7
Per dafly train sai ?ic? between Skaguay and White Horse has been unproved by the addition T
' ' OF MODERN PARLOR OBSERVATION CARS |
| | wkieh are apleoJUbr equipped with comfortable leather chair*, writing desks, card tables. I
, , fimlni r,nms. etc.. affording travelers an opportunity to view the famous White Piss J.
, , seeaery .n ease and comfort. For full information apply to J,
: J. E. DEMPSEY. Traffic Manager - SKAGUATr. ALASKA 1
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?J ftr Seattle, Prince Rupert
;; Ketchikan, Wrangell and k
:: Petersburg. [
? > City of Seattle. Sept. 5, 18 \
1 1 Spokane, Sept. 10 and 20
for Skaijway and Haines ?
k Spokane. Sept. 9 and 21 ?
U City of Seattle. Sept. 4, 15 2
I connect* at Skarw*y for J
'! Dawson and all Yukon ?
River points. %
X connects at ssattlfi to* ?
f SAN FRANCISCO, LOS ANGELES, SAN DIEGO and all California Points ?
? Tkrwjcb tickets sold everywhere in United States and Canada
? LOW RATES- Largest and Saaat passenger steamers on P. C. -UNEXCELLED SERVICE A
? For (oil particulars apply T
? M. BRANDT. G. A. p. l, Seattle. Wash. S. H. EWING. Agent. Juneau Alaska I
{ RIGHTS RESERVED TO CHANGE SCHEDULES T
FINE POULTRY r~T
FuUkDa fnah uul curad mmta?Govanunant Inspected. Try our Wild Koae Lai 1
Frye-Bruhn Market
ii S. H. MILLWEE I
:: LAWYER :
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J J Notary Public j
i > 264-205 Seward Build tea Juneau. AluV? ?
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A. H. HUMPHERIES
GENERAL TRANSFER
Heavy Hauling a Specialty
Phone*?Office 258, Barns 228
Office, Valentine Bldg.
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The Grotto
;; Saloon and Liquor Store ;;
UVELLE a BROPHY
! I Proprietor*
Front St
JUNEAU
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Try a
Mecca Fizz
"Smooth as Silk"
Pabatfe Blue Ribbon Beer
On Draught
AT THE MECCA
42 FRONT 8T.
CONWAY & SECREST
ISA. Benson f
| | \ Stand at WUla' Grocery Store
, , ' \ Phone. 4-4 or J-8-5
< ' ORDERS PROMPTLY EXECUTED <k 1
1 1
*/frmours for?
"STAR Delicious i
- Dinner
or
and BACON.too Sapper j
"SWEET AS A NOT"
JUNEAU FERRY & NAV. CO.
Summer Schedule
In Effect June 22, 1914.
Leave Juneau for Douglas, Treadwel
and Thane.
6:00 A.M. 1:00 P.M. 6:30 P. M
8:00 A. M. *3:00 P. M. *8:00 P. M
?9:00 A.M. *4:00 P. M. 9:30 P. M
11:00 A. M. 5:00 P. M. 11:00 P. M
Saturday Night Only?12:00 P. M
Trips marked (?) do not ?all at Thane
-eave Douglas for Treadwell and Thant
6:10 A. M. 1:10 P.M. 6:40 P. II
8:10 A. M. *3:15 P. M. *8:15 P. M
?9:10 A.M. *4:15 P. M. 9:40 P. M
11:10 A. M. 5:10 P. M. 11:16 P. M
Saturday Night Only?*12:20 A. M
Trips marked (?) do not call at Thane
Leave Thane for Treadwell, Douglai
8:15 A.M. 1:15 P.M. 6:45 p M
11:15 A. M. 9:45 P. M
11:15 A.M. 4:20 P.M. 9:45 P. M
5:15 P. M. 11:20 P. M
Saturday Night Only?12:20 A. M
(? Does not call at Treadwell on
return)
Leave Treadwell for Thane
and Juneau.
6:25 A.M. 1:25 P.M. 9:65 P. M
8:25 A M. 5:25 P. M. 11:30 P. M.
11:25 A. M. 6:55 P. M.
Saturday Night Only?12:30 A. M.
Leave Treadwell for Douglas and Ju
neau. ?
6:35 A. M. 1:35 P. M. 8:20 P. M.
8:35 A. M. 3:20 P. M. 10:05 P. M.
9:15 A. M. 4:20 P. M. 11:20 P. M.
11:35 A. M. 7:05 P. M.
Saturday Night Only?12:20 A. M.
Leave Douglas for Juneau:
6:40 A.M. 1:40 P.M. 7:10 P.M.
8:40 A. M. 3:30 P. M. 8:30 P. M.
9:20 A. M. 4:30 P. M.. 10:10 P. M.
11:40 A. M. 5:35 P. M. 11:40 P. M.
Saturday Night Only?12:40 A. M.
LENGTH OF THE WAR
AND SOME OTHERS
How long will the war last?
It's a fool question of course, be
cause there is no certain auswer. But
when there is an unanswerable ques
tion it is the custom to look up prece
dents.
Tho two most recent "Central Euro
pean" wars were settled in an amaz
ingly short time. In 1866 Prussia and
Austria went at each other's throats
over the juicy Schleswlg-Holsteln bone
?to which neither of them, by the
way, had any right. That war lasted
only seven weeks, and It ended in
Prussia giving Austria a terrible and
humllatlng beating.
France and Sardinia also gave Aus
tria a crushing defeat in 1859?in a
war In which the general fighting last
ed less than a mouth. This list does
not include Italy's earlier and feebler
struggles for liberty, against Aus
tria, as in 184849, etc.
In July, 1870, France and Prussia
went to war. The general fighting in
that war lasted barely a month. Of
course, the siege of Paris and other
maneuvers dragged on much longer.
But the actual clash in the field be
gan early in August and ended early
in September.
The Russo-Turkisli war, six years
afterward, was longer by a year or
more, but the Turco-Greek war in tho I
'90s was a matter of one swift
campaign. The Russo-Jap war was
also comparatively brief.
In our own history here Is?roughly
?the duration of the Important wars:
Revolutionary war, eight years; war
of 1812, two years and eight months;
Mexican war, two years and eleven
weeks; civil war, four years; Spanish
war, seven and a half months (with
the bulk of the fighting done in two
and a half.)
All but one of the foregoing were
duels between two nations. The last
general European war was the Crim
ean. when England. France, Turkey.
and Sardinia combined against Rus
sia. from 1854 to 1856. The war con
tinued for about two years and result
ed in a sound thrashing for Russia.
Before that the Napoleonic wars ln
termittenly brought every nation in
Europe to the battlefield. These wars
| continued with breaks of long or short
duration, for more than twenty years,
and ended at Waterloo, when the Eng
lish. the Prussians, the Dutch and
? other allies overthrew Napoleon. Rus
? sia and England, by the way, were
Germany's staunchest friends thon.
Nearly two centuries before that a
Gorman quarrel spread until it involv
' ed almost every nation on earth and
is known to history as the "Thirty
; Years' War."
So. with a very few exceptions, wo
j see that the more modern the war the
. shorter It is apt to be, especially when
| only Central Europe is involved. For
? example (in actual fighting): Austro
| Prussian war of 1866. seven weeks;
? Franco-Prussia war of 1870, a month,
| the present war???Detroit News.
' ATHLETICS GET GOOD
SOUTHPAW PITCHER
It looks as if the Athletics have the
coming left-hander of the country iu
Raymond Bressler, who was with the
Harrlsburg Trlstate League team last
year. Wheu Mack signed Bressler it
caused some comment, for while he
was a promising youth, Tristate
League sharps believed that there
were several other pitchers in the cir
cuit who look better than Bressler.
But Mack makes few mistakes when
> it comes to selecting players. He saw
, ability in the southpaw that was ob
scured to less gifted eyes, and the re
sult vindicated his judgment.
It is not generally known that Bress
ler is a protege of Plank's. The Get
tysburg man took him in charge last
fall and ever since then has been
teaching him the fine points of the
southnaw's art.
SEATTLE PRICES FOR
, ALASKA FRESH FISH
The price of fresh halibut on Sep
? tember 9 and 10, ranged from 3 to 3%
- cents per pound and black cod sold
? at 2% cents. The City of Seattle ar
? rived on September 10 with 157 box
| es of fresh cohoe salmon that sold at
| cents per pound and the Mariposa
[ brought 12 boxes that sold at the
. same price.
? "STROLLER" MAKES SOME
WAR PUNS ANYHOW
' ?+?
It was natural that the carpet mak
ers in Brussels should "beat It" when
' the Germans captured that city. That
, was better than being "called on the
i carpet."?Whitehorse Star.
A LETTER FOR YOU?
?+?
List of advertised letters remaining
unclaimed in Juneau postofllce on
Sept. 12, 1914. Parties claiming same
should say "Advertised" and give date
of same.-r-E- L. Hunter, P. M.
Oscar Anderson. Jno. Alldnld, Capt.
Bull, Carl Board (2), Joe Bittle, W.
Baker, Ernest Beard, W. W. Browne,
Lew Blackman, Jno. B. Cbarart. Thos.
Doyle, James W. Daniel, Grace Hoover
Davis, Joe Epstein. Charles Anderson,
MartiD Gunzd. Frank Harris, Restor
lohannoa, J. D. Kinney, Geo. Kelso.
Sam Keayon, Chas. Klever, Geo. Lor
as, Florence I.owney. Nels Larson.
Henry Lampela, Jno. Lyons. J. A. Mac
farlane. Mnry Long, Haggeth Maher,
Roderick Morrison. W. Martin, P.. E.
Mallon, Nelson, Gunner Nelson, Wal
ter Nelson. Jno. Nelson, Johanes 01
sen. O. F. Olsen, O'Hagan, Ivla Palm
er, Pelt Pnegy, Pero Prkeca, Frank
Padovon, Cus Reiner, Ray, L. G. Von
Faevenspuny, Nick Sandwick, Elsa
Smith. Martin Strom, Bosko Somard
rich. Otto Suksmond, Dan Sky, S.
Stinarovich, Fred Spaulding, Michael
Stcnphar.cfT. H. Wilkerson, Thos.
Weir, Alick Wlbie, F. W. Williams,
Robert Zuboff. Rev. 8. H. Young, Mike
I Zluf, Haukland.
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? LEAGUE BASEBALL *
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PACIFIC C0A8T LEAGUE.
Wot Lost Pet.
Portland .. 89 67 .671
San Francisco ............ 90 77 .639
Los Angeles 89 78 .636
Venice 88 79 .631
Sacramento 74 94 .434
Oakland 66 100 .385
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Won Lost Pet.
Boston 75 55 . .677
Now York 71 68 .550
Chicago 71 63 .629
St. Louis ...... 70 62 .626
Pittsburgh 61 70 .466
Philadelphia 60 70 .462
Brooklyn 69 71 .454
Cincinnati 66 73 .434
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Won Lost Pet
Philadelphia 87 45 .669
Boston 77 63 .592
Detroit 69 63 .523
Washington : 67 63 .616
I Chicago 63 69 .477
New York 60 72 .464
St. Louis 58 71 .448
Cleveland 43 89 .326
FEDERAL LEAGUE.
Won Lost Pet.
Chicago '...? 72 57 .658
Indianapolis 71 58 .560
Brooklyn 66 59 .628
Baltimore 67 59 .532
Buffalo 63 63 .500
Kansas City 60 67 .472
St Louis 66 70 .44C
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE. .
Yesterday's Scores:
At Sacramento?Sacramento, 6; San
Francisco, 6.
At Oakland?Los Angeles, 5; Oakland,
,4.
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Yesterday's Scores:
At Cleveland?Detroit, 2; Cleveland,
1.
At New York?Philadelphia, 3; New
York, I.
At Washington?Boston, 2: Washing
ton, 1.
At Chicago ? Chicago-St. Louis: no
game; rain.
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Yesterday's 8cores:
At Boston?Boston, 7; Brooklyn, 5.
At Pittsburgh?Pittsburgh. 9; Cincin
nati. 0.
At Philadelphia?Philadelphia, 4; Now
York, 3.
FEDERAL LEAGUE.
Yesterday's Scores:
FED ffl -
At Indinnapolis ? Indianapolis, 9;
Brooklyn, 2.
At Baltimore?Baltimore, 11; Kansas
City, 5.
At Buffalo?Buffalo, 1; St. Louis, 0.
At Pittsburgh ? Chicago, 6: Pitts
burgh, 0.
NEW YORK WANTS
TO GET FUR TRADE
NEW YORK, Sept. 16. ? The New
York fur merchants are endeavoring
to have fur auctions held In that city,
as auctions cannot bo held in London
at present.
MASONS, ATTENTION.
Regular meeting of Alaska Lodge
of Perfection F. & A. M., will be held
on Wednesday evening, Sept. 16, at
Odd Fellows' hall.
W. DELONO, Secretary. 2t
BANK OF ENGLAND'S
GOLD RESERVE GROWS
LONDON, SepL 16?The Bank of
England now has $22,500,000 more
gold than it had last year. It has re
ceived $100,000,000 gold since the
war started.
CANADA'S DEBT GROWS
OVER $30,000,000 IN YEAR
?
OTTAWA. Sept. 10?On August 31,
the net debt of Canada was $33 ,061,
000, an increase of $33,311,000 in one
year.
BRITISH CATCH ANOTHER f,
GERMAN STEAM8HIP
???
LONDON, Sept. 16?The North Ger
man-Lloyd liner Roon Is believed to
have been seized off Australia by the
British.
SHORTAGE OF MEDICAL
SUPPLIES IN MARKET
NEW YORK, Sept 16.?Officials of
the Red Cross say that orders for
medical supplies for the belligerent
powers of Europe already have been
so large as to cause a shortage in the
American market.
SURGEONS SAVING
ARMS AND LEGS
LONDON, Sept. 16.?One of the re
markable features of tho European
war is said to be the comparatively
little amp'utatlon necessary upon the
wounded.
FRENCH PURCHASING
AMERICAN KHAKI
?i??
NEW YORK, Sept. 16.?France has
placed an order In New York for
100,000 khaki uniforms and 50,000
brown duck stretchors.
AX <5fc- v3 A f >j
The New^York ^sa^vJ'ftlia^oxt <
Republican paper of^^qdlnK,'^? tah- j
on notice of the attem? "to 'ijhof ,)
now tariff law responsible fora%&?fi
flclenty In the rovonues of the goveVjj- j
mont, which It repudiates. The Press ?
says:
?'Nothing could be more unfair than ?
to attrlbuto the present collapse of [
Treasury receipts to the tariff law, and ?
nothing could be more foolish than to J
Inject a tariff argument Into any spe- ?
clal measuro aimedprovide more *<
revenue In the emergency which has 4
grown out of the war In Europe. Any
body with the very least gumption ?
knows that, since the war struck dl- J
roctly and almost entirely at the rove- j
nuo produced from tariff duties, the i
bigger the proportion of receipts from j
such tariff duties had been the worse <
the revenues would have been hurt j
Our old tariff revenues, therefore, ?
would have been more severely cut by \
the war than these. The Internal rev- ?
enue duties, for the most part, are *
still left, the income tax revenues are t
still left; It Is only the tariff revenues
that are gone. If there hadn't been
anything but tariff revenues there
wouldn't hare been anything at all
left The big thing used to be the tar
iff revenues.
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"If the ships to carry the traffic can
be put into Bervice obviously we shall
be doing all selling and no buying; so
that if the foreign markets are opon
to us and If we have the ships to get |
Into them, we not only shall save our
favorable balance of foreign trade, af
ter It seemed utterly loBt to us un
der tbe new tariff, but again pile it
high In our favor.
"Thus It is, from every point of
view, that the tariff of last month
goes off the boards as an argumont for;
any party or any faction and must
stay off the boards as long as the war
lasts. For, while all the nations of
Europe are at one another's throats,
Instead of raising and manufacturing
products to sell to ub, along with the
rest of the world, the tariff, which was ,
designed and put into operation to
let the products of those nations into
the Unltod States, doesn't mean and
can't mean what It did mean only a
few days ago."
BRITISH INDIAN ARMY.
???
Tho Indian army comprised (1907
08 a total of 227,714 troops, of whom
only 73,947 wore British.
It was from this army that a large
force was rushed to France to assist
the British and French In their fight
ing against the Germans.
However, there Is In addition a re
serve numbering 34,846 men, volun
teers numbering 34,962, a frontier mi
litia (including the Khyber Rifios) of
6.000 men and a military police (In
Burma) totaling about 22,000.
Still another force not included in
the above are the Imperial Service
troops, raised by tho various reigning
princes and trained by British offi
cers. They number about 18,000 In
all.
The native states also maintain a
military force aggregating about 100,
000 men but these are of varying de
grees of efficiency.
The expense of the Indian military
establishment (1907-08) was in excess
of $88,000,000.
PtoNEER JUNEAUITE VI8ITS
OLD TOWN FOR FEW HOURS
Theodore Johnson, a member of the
Fairbanks mercantile firm of E. R.
Peoples & Company, was an Interior
bound passenger on the Mariposa,
and visited friends In Juneau last
night. Mr. Johnson was a resident
of Juneau in the '90s, and moved
from this place to Skagway with the
hardware firm of A. A. Anderson &
Co. In 1897. He has been a resident
of Fairbanks for a dozen years.
SPECIAL.
FREE?A volume of Sbakespere's
plnys with a 26-cent package of COAT
OF ARMS cigarettes, at the Juneau
Dreg company. 107, Front street. This
Is a special offer for a few days only.
?9-16-t f
William Pallister, M. D., Seattle
Specialist in the treatment of dlaeasea
and deformitien of the eye and ear,
noee and throat
Offices: Fourth Floor. GoMatein Buildintr
Office and Residence telephone can be
had from central.
j ALASKAN*!
HOTEL
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; > Juneau's Leading Hostelry ? ;;
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< > Steam heat, running hot and < >
< ? cold water In all rooms?six- ,,
\ J teen rooms with bath?strictly J [
*' first class cafe?centrally locat- ' ?
- ? ed?big sampio rooms. Auto < >
11 meets all steamers?rates: |1.60 ' |
I' per day and np?commercial *'
< ? trade solicited. <>
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0 P. L. Gemmett, Pres. & Mgr. ' !
J | F. H. McCoy, Secy-Tress. \ J
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R. P. NELSON I
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Alaska's Pioneer
STATIONERY STORE
Headnimrters 'or all tiodr 1
STATIONERY
OFFICE 8UPPI >F??
i FOUNTAIN PENS I
| All Kinds BLANK BOOKS !
j DRAFTING PAPER8. EAO |
I COR 8ECOND A SEWARD ST. I
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"The Fami 1 y'Li.qvtpt o r??-P' Ii 60 ??dk^
. -.. f'fri 11 i<a111 r^l ilnf
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$5,000.9%^^ v
? was paid to advertise the s le of Electric Coffee
! at $7.50 each in a weekly magazine for one issued o. I
;. We are selling the best electric coffee percolater Wide ;; .
- for $5.00 each, but we do not pay such an enormous sum for i' jA
\ advertising. 11 *
\ ALASKA ELECTRIC LIGHT & POWER CO. ; |
) Third and Franklin 8U. Juneaj, Alaska. ) '
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!T W 77 (37 CT CT Glyo ua one trial and we will treat you ao welt yon will want ' '
I YI (F (P (P to came back. Wa feature Reliance Brand, every article ab- )
J ? LV-fe aolutely guaranteed. Yoar money refunded if you ee not
( # thoroughly aatiafled. Prompt attention jriven to all eedere. ? ?
Uiovanettl 514 Calhoun Ave. Telephone 185 !!
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Doors and Windows at Seattle Prices
STORE AND OFFICE FIXTURES
Mission Furniture
We carry a stock of Hardwoods and Fir and employ Home
Labor the year'round. Get our prices before you
send your money outside.
JUNEAU CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
Ferry Way, Near Front Straet Telephone set j.'
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:: OCCIDENTAL HOTEL AND ANNEX I
Occidental Hotel Co.. J. P. Olda. Mgr., European Plan I
Headquarters for Mining Men nnd '"ommorrlal Travelers
FRONT STREET Opposite Poet Ofllee Phone 1-1 I
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; CLAY ?nd MtNEEL, Proprietor!
!! Hotel in Connection
:: 19 Front Street :: :: Near Postoffice
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lOCts.
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lUtes Reasonable Third and Harris Strret. Junrur
rheBERGMANN
NEWLY 81JILT AND NEWLY rURMSHED. MODERN IN ALL RE
SPECTS. STEAM HEATED. ELECTRIC LIGHTED. HOT AND COLO
WATER IN EVERY ROOM: BATH ON EVERY FLOOR INCLUDING
A SHOWER BATH. 8ANITARY CONDITIONS PERFECT.
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10c a
Glass
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LOOVRE
BAR
Free Moving Picture 8howr Every
Afternoon and Evening
WILLIAM SCRIBNER, Mngr.
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I Heidelberg Liqour Co., Inc. f
? Largest Stock Best Brands of a
! Imported and Domestic Liquors I
;; and Wines for Family Use. j
FREE CONCERT EVERY EVENING 7 TILL 12 f
Free Delivery MAIL ORDERS A SPECIALTY Phone 3S6 I
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