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! OSTEOPATH il
5 and 8 Malony Bldg. t I
I Consultation and Examination . ?
Kneo. Phono 282.
C'aduato Amorlcan School of
0?i*?iatiiy, Klrktvfllo, Mo. ; j
Sf/t.i /ears' actlvo practice.
Ot>c? hours, 9 to 12 m. 1 to S ..
o n< jr by appointment. ))
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M M I I I 11 I I II I I I 1111 111 i I ??
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j F?r a hat to order or a ;;
? ready to wear hat,
r a Chic-modeled
? '? Gown
;; embroidered chiffons, nets ;;
;; for Spanish tunics, call at
Si Mrs. F. A. Stevens jj
308 Third Street , ?
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jj Peerless Bakery
jjj Baker* of Floe Pastry of all
5 kinds. Only the best of mater
ial used. Try the Peorless brand.
Its quality insures its continuous
use. + *?> + ?? +
PEERLESS BAKERY
(Formerly Lempke'a)
TMEO. HEYDER. Propr.
125 Front St. Phone 222
mamma?ammmmmmmm
till I I III H II I HI I III IIII ?
? When you want ? ?
X Hardware, Stoves, Furni- !
X ture. Carpets, Linoleum, !
?r Sashes, Guns, Electric Sup- !
X plies. Trunks, Suit Cases, !
t China ware. Paints and Oils !
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t Julius Jensen ::
? Uuuglaa Alaaka ? >
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G. K. GILBERT
PLUMBING and
SHEET METAL WORKS
>2' pr?nt St Phone J58
B. D. STEWART
?:i>INS ENGINEER
! U S MINERAL SURVEYOR
j * C? So* "?8 * ? ? Juneau
They Haye Arrived
I JLUN HATS KASS COS
1-:- FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN
MRS. BERRY'S STORE FRANKLIN jg
GROCERIES
j MEN'S GOODS J
| M. J. O'CONNOR Douglas 1
H Douglas Opera House Hotel Connection J | <
o We serve the BEST BEER _ CI***
3! in Douglas for . . . oC 3. VJMclSS $
31 FREE MOVING PICTURES EVERY NIGHT +
The Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars $
!? 1 ETE ROLANDO, Prop. Douglas, Alaska t ]
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Watches!!
$1.00 to $150 Each
HOWARD, WALTHAM
. ; IN, HAMILTON
EQUITY and INGERSOL
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An Elgin 16-size, Seven Jewels, Nickel Case at
$5.50
NEW DESIGNS IN ALASKA JEWELRY
PAUL BLOEDHORN, DOUGLAS, ALASKA
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.
Juneau Music House
J P. L. GRAVES. Mgr.
REXALL DRUG STORE FRONT STREET DRUG STORE
Douglas. Alaska. Oouglas. Alaska.
ELMER E. SMITH. Prop.
lArmours
g "SIMON PORE" Leaf Lard
^ Alal^es Rich Crisp Pastry
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Washington Fir I
Direct to User I
Build of Hewitt-Lea-Funck I
Co. Washington Fir ? the fl
wood that won't shrink, pull I
apart, crack, check or warp. I
Timbers for Mines;!
Send list for Price H
Lumber from our own forests, cat H
in our own mills and sold direct. ?
Send list for proof of saving. H
Square deal guarantee backed by H
One Million Dollars invested in H
tlie business. Millwork Catalog E
free. Prire Plan Book (all practi- B
cal homes) . Ten Cents E
SOMETHING OF PIONEER I
WOMEN IN ALASKA 1
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Mrs. Strong, wire or Oov. J. F. A.
Stcug of Alaska, talking recently to
the Providence Journal, said of the
women of Alaska: t
"1 do not know of any other women (
who can equal them in resourceful- 1
ness. And they are tilled with an en- '
ergy which makes nothing too hard of '
accomplishment. If they give an af- '
ternoon tea it is in as attractive sur- 1
roundings as one could find anywhere, '
with ihe same appointments as the 1
East affords. Flowers from Seattle
will rdorn the rooms, the whitest of '
uaperv covers the table, while the ser- '
vice is perfect, not to mention the re
fresh.nents."
The women of Alaska have suffrage. 1
the first bill passed by the new Legis
lature a year ago giving them that
right, and women have been members 1
of lb > board of education and hold '
I similar offices. The children are very
patriotic,* singing their Alaska songs 1
. with fervor, as If patriotism meant
more to them than to the majority of i
American children.
It Is 17 years since the future Gov- '
ernor and his wife first wont to Alaska |
and Mrs. Strong vividly recalls the dif
fer* nee between two trips made along
th? Yukon. She says: .
"One we made when we first entered
the ccuntry. It Is what Is known as j
the interior trip of the Yukon?over I
wild mountain passes, behind dog
wui(iminui(i uui iuiiiuv-k ivi
midp craft when we came to the
streams. It was a trip through the
i primitive, with obstacles on every
hand. And. yet. I can recall no cir
cumstance which struck me as a big
adventure at the time. One takes the
days as they come, overcomes what
obstacles appear, and keeps o.n
"The second trip we made when the
Governor had been in office but a
short time. It was over the same
trail. But. oh. what a different trip!
Along the mountain passes in well
"dulpped trains and on the rivers in
the Dslatb! Yukon steamships! It
was a contrast I shall never forget."
?Chr'stien Science Monitor.
| WC.T.U. TO-MEET TOMORROW.
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The W.C.T.U. will meet at the home
of Mrs. R. C. Blackwell, Methodist
church parsonage, tomorrow (Thurs
day) afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. A full
attendance is requested.
MRS. HYDE. Rec. Secy.
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SPECIAL.
FREE?A volume of Shakespere's
plays with a 25-cent package of COAT
I OF ARMS cigarettes, at the Juneau
Drug company. 107. Front street This
Is a special offer for a few days only.
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Course dinner. 50c. at the Tavern
1 Cafe, from 5:00 p. m. till 9:00 p. m. tf
DICK DORWALDT
IN TROUBLE AGAIN
A fight occurred on lower Front
:trcet this morning about eight o'
;lock over tho possession of the old
ougshoremen's union hall. It was a
pretty lively affair for a time In which
cufca and other weapons flourished. As
i remit Dick Dorwaldt and his ally
Hapry Howard were led away to the
:It> Jail with badly bruised hends,
by Chief William McBrlde who wit
nessed the affair, while Albert Martin,
tho victor, has again taken possession
af the property.
The difficulty arose when Martin,
who had been dispossessed, came to
tho place.this morning with a rifle on
bis arm. Howard trained a revolver
:m him In a threatening manner. Mar
tin swung hlB rifle and struck Howard
3ii the head and then seizing n beer
bottlo struck Dorwaldt laying him out
temporarily. They were then both
i>lacod under arrest and led to the city
lall.
Dorwaldt has been arrested more
than once for being connected with
sun flourishing escapades and. has
boon twice tried on insanity charges
within the past two years.
The building over which the trou
ble a roe is built on leased ground In
the Callaham Dorwaldt tract. The
building was purchased by Martin
fro*n the longshoremen's union. Dor
wa'dt leased the property to the union
and has since, so it is said, disposed
of h's equity in thq^proporty but has
inv-rtheless set up a claim for it
Chief of Police William McBrido
this afternoon swore to a complaint
"Urging that Dick Dorwaldt iB insane.
He will probably be given a hearing
tomorrow.
JUNEAU LADIES' MUSICAL
CLUB ELECT8 OFFICERS
Mrs. H. P. Crowthor, president.
Mrs. H. L. Faulkner, vlce pres.
Mrs. E. Valentine, secretary.
Mrs. Guy McNaughton, treas.
Miss Pluma Crowther, librarian.
The foregoing were elected to their
respective offices by the Juneau La
dies' Musical Club, at the regular
mooting held In the school building
'est night for that purpose. They "suc
ceed the following who presided over
the destinies of the organisation last
year: Mis. J. F. Malony, president:
Mrs. H. P. Crowther, vice-president;
Mrs. E. H. Kaser. secretary; Mrs. H.
L. Faulkner, treasurer.
At the same meeting Director WUIIb
E. Nowell was unanimously chosen to
direct the club again this year.
THE RIVAL ENGINEERS.
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Tonight the Orpheum will present
two strong features In "The Rival En
gineers," a two-reel drama, and the
"Artist's Great Madonna," In "^.j8 |
J***??*- CharaCt?rH actors." Rogers
Cu aim clever Julia Swayne Gor
don. hnve the leading parts. This Is a
?tory full of spirit and a picture full
of soul. This is a new venture on the
part of the management in running
two special features in one night, and
should it meet with the approval of
the public may make Tuesday and
Wednesday double feature nights. In
addition to the above a good comedy
will he shown. Don't forget Mary
Fuller in the three-real feature, "Mary
Stuart," Thursday and Friday ???
RICHMOND, CALIFORNIA,
MAN OPENS OFFICES
W. T. Barnes, of Richmond, Cal.,
has opened offices In the Frleman
store in the Valentine building, Sew
ard street, and will ofTer Richmond.
Cal. real estate for sale to Northern
Investors.
Richmond, Cal.. is the newest of all
California cities. Jt Is located on
San Francisco bay. opposite the city,
where a deep water harbor has been
made for the accommodation of com
merce. It is headquarters for the big
$71,000,000 Standard Oil plant and
other gigantic concerns.
SPECIAL.
FREE?A volume of Shakespere's
plays with a 25-cent package of COAT
OF ARMS cigarettes, at the Juneau
Drug company, 107. Front street. This
Is a special offer for a few days only.
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+ Douglas Bfa^n +
* 4?. A. oMqjv, Manager +
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DOUGLAS, Sept. 16. ? Bide have
been called for by the local lodge of
.MBsona for the clearing of n plot of
ground In the Douglas cemetery near
the I. O. O. P. plot
Alex Nelson received a mule from
the States on tHe^Clty of Seattle.
The Ladies' League of the Cong^e
gatlonal church hold their regular
meeting Thursday afternoon.
The Mariposa was at the city dock
this morning nnd unloaded 60 tons of
freight.
LYRIC THEATRE FEATURING
A GREAT TOLSTOI DRAMA
DOUGLAS. Sept 16.?Tonight for
the last time the Lyric management
will produce the powerful Russian
drama. "The Living Corpse," a four
reel feature of the Warner Feature
company. This ib given Instead of the
picture advertised for last night and
tonight, "In the Power of a Hypno
tist," the latter picture having gone
usiray ui iruaaiu
A largo crowd witnessed the per
formance last night and all have de
clared It highly satisfactory.
"The Living Corpse" is a four-reol
production and is one of tho most fa
mous stories written by Count Leo
Tolstoi, the great Russian writer. One
of the large daily papers in San Fran
cisco, speaking of this play, says:
"You can't afford to miss this won
derful feature production; It Is adapt
ed from a world's classic, and you
owe It to yourself to become familiar
with the Inspiring philosophy of Tol
stoi, the Russian Bage. A photoplay
that will appeal to those who appre
ciate magnificent acting, perfect pho
tography and a powerful plot. This
is a genuine dramatic treat." ???
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+ TREADWELL NOTE8 ?
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TREADWELL, Sept 16.?Today is
pay day at the mines and over $160,
000 is being disbursed among the em
ployees.
AInerd Wasdahl, who has been.at
Nugget creek for the past few months
came down yestorday and returned
this morning. *
Superintendent P. R. Bradley and
Assistant Superintendent R. 0. Way
land left this morning' for Nugget
croek for a trip of inspection.
A swimming class was started last i
night under the supervision of in- (
structor Tom McDonald. Many novel 1
features aro being prepared for the I
water carnival the early part of next ?
mouth.
Ray Peterson and bride returned
from Seattle on tho Mariposa last)
night. _ |
Totn_QoJhao^'^inr1rftH" "been em
ployed at tho shopB for the past four
or five years, has been transferred to
Nugget creek for the winter.
Defective Eyesight
is a serious handicap to any bo*.
Unless you are curtain that yo;T
hoys' eyesight 1b perfect you should
let us examine his eyes at once. Wo
do not uso drops or drugs, or advise
glasses If not necessary.
ALASKA OPTICAL CO.
(Opposite Alaska Supply.)
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* PERSONAL MENTION *
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Samuel Brightwell of Cordova is a
passenger aboard the Mariposa en
route to his homo.
Tuck. Flaherty, well known busl-j
ness man of Skagway passed through!
Juneau aboard the Mariposa enroute
home.
Peter Vachon, of Fairbanks, is a
passenger aboard the Mariposa en
route to Fairbanks via the Yukon.
Theodore Johnson, of the E. R. Peo
ples Co., Fairbanks, is aboard the Mar
iposa enroute to his home via Skag
way and the Yukon.
GRAND HA8 A GOOD
PROGRAM ON TONIGHT
Tho following program will be re
peated at the Grand theatre tonlght:
"The Open Road." a two-real fea
ture. showing a young son of a mil
lionaire. married to a chorus girl. The
father learning of the marriage disin
herits his son. Later the son be
comes a tramp and was picked up by
a show company. While looking over
a newspaper one day the son reads
of tho need of a subject for the trans
fusion of blood to save the life of a
millionaire. He volunteers and late::
learns that it is his own father whom
no is saving.
"The Great Harmony Music," pro
duced by the American company.
"The Goldon Jubilee" with intimate
views of Cardinal Farley and the mil
itary mass. -
"A Landlord's Trouble." and
'Forced Bravery," two good comedies.
Doors will open at 7 p. m. **?
ELKS* SOCIAL SESSION TONIGHT
After the regular meeting of Ju
neau Ix>dge No. 420, B. P. O. Elks,
to night (Wednesday) there will bo
a social session In the hall down
stairs. Elks only and their ladies will
be admitted?but this includes visit
ing Elks as well as members of the
luneau lodge.
G. F. FORREST, E. R.
H. I. LUCAS, Secy.
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Tho Princess Sophia will iVrrivc
from the South tonight about 6 o'
clock.
Tho Al-Ki, sailing from Seattle last
Monday night, should arrive Friday
night or Saturday morning.
The Admiral Watson Is expected
from the South Friday night.
The City of Seattle will sail south
from Juneau Friday morning.
Tho Georgia sailed for Sitka this
morning.
! MARIPOSA BRINGS
MANY TO JUNEAU!
The Mariposa arriving from thej
south last night brought the follow
ing passengers for Juneau: Mrs. A.
V. Allen. Miss May Bell, Frank Bogr
: ski, J. C. Brahm, T. L. Bradley, R. J.
; Crimont, W. H. Cory, Roy P. Carmlen
and Mrs. Camion, C.' K. Carroll, E.
' J.nwson, Louise Dojonghe, B. A. Mit
chell, Mrs. M. I. Meredith, Mugda
Meredith, Mrs. M. McKohna and child,
R. E. Peterson, Mrs. Ransom and
child, 0. D. Rolfs, L. A. Sielfrled, P.
C. Dolgard.
FORMER JUNEAUITES ARE
IN CRIGHTON, NEBRASKA
! Letters received In Juneau by
friends of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cra
ven say that they are in Crighton,
Nebraska,- where Mr. Craven Is con
nected with a turnlture store and un
dertaking establishment They ex
pect, howovor, to go to Arizona for
tho winter. Mr. Craven was formerly
with the Alaska Supply company in
this city, leaving about a year ago.
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IT ARCTIC BROTHERHOOD. "I
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| | Juneau Camp, No. 31. meets j
| every Tuesday night at eight j
! o'clock at Moose hall.
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C W. W1NSTEDT
ARCHITECT
SUPERINTENDENT
Sketches Free
Office, Room ?, Garslde Block
Juneau, Alaska.
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MRS. ALBERT BERRY
Art Embroideries, Linens aad
Supplies, Stamping Designing.
Switches, Pomps, Curls, Etc.,
made to order.
THE VOGUE, 317 Seward St
4 4
HUNTER HOTEL
AMUSEMENT PARLORS
Spond your Insure time playing pool
and billiard*. You are always welcome.
Come son mo.
L. H. KIEST - DOUQLAS
MILYE CARLONE t
i; UNTIL Oct. 1st;:
o All Orders for Overcoats
o will recieve a 10$ discount
For further
Particulars See
Our Show
Window
Satisfaction Quarantccd
DODGLAS
Hardware Store
O i
J! We have a Fine Line of J
o Detmer Woolens J
3 > and are Prepared to DO j
o FIRST-CLASS Tailoring on 1
33 the Latest Fall and Winter 3
33 Models
: Dahl&Wahlberg;
?? D Street, Doug let Phene J
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' ' L. G Thomu Mcrl F. Thomas 4
< > Alaska Furniture 8 Undertaking {
< ? Co., Inc. ]
?; Funeral Directors & Embalmers J
' ^ _ Douglaa^ AImIB^ ^ ^ ^ 4
hunter Hotel
DOUGLAS, ALASKA
Strictly First-Class. Always
on Hand: Choice Wines, Liquors |
and Cigars. Our Specialty? :
Mixed Drinks.
Front St., opp. Ferry Landing
B. CONRAD, Prop.
RUDOLPH BLAHUT. Manner j
Pabst Blue Ribbon 3eer
On Draught
A Cash Prize
OF S10.00
Is Offered to tfie Ladies
of Gastinean Channel.
The "largest department store In
Alaaka" wIC soon throw open the doors
of its new building to the public, and
It Is our desire to adapt some em
blem, flag or pennant to place on one
of the larger poles on top of the bluld
Ing.
This contest will close at noon, Tues
day, the 22d, next. ..
Suggestions will be carefully read
and the result announced In the dally
papers of the 23d 1st.
We want all the ladles to send In
suggestion, the more the better.
spFOYTfllNG n*EVERYBOV?>/
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