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SPECIALS I
For Saturday Only
SEPT. 19, '14
Sweet Pototoes, Lb,. 25c
fancy Honey, Bunch, 20c
fancy Bananas, Dozen, 35c
ICauiiflour, Head, . . 15c
Centenial Best flour $1$i?
fresh Comb Honey . 20c
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i:DR. H. VANCE |
The
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; Rooms S and ? Malony Bldg. ? >
? ? Consultation and Examination .
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'! Graduate American School of 1'
; Osteopathy, Klrksvllls, Mo. ;;
? ' Seven years' active practice.
Office hours, t to 12 m. 1 to 5 !!
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! Hardware, Stoves, Furni- !
\ ture, Carpets, Linoleum, !
Sashes, Guns, Electric Sup- !
' plies, Trunks, Suit Cases, !
> Chmaware, Paints and Oils !
see me
[ Julius Jensen
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HUNTER HOTEL
AMUSEMENT PARLORS
Spend your kuare time playing pool
and billiard*. You are always welcome.
Come m me.
L. H. ICIEST . DOUGLAS
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MRS. ALBERT BERRY
Art Embroideries. Linens and
Supplies, Stamping Designing.
Switches. Pomps. Curls, Ete.,
made to order.
THE VOGUE, 317 Seward St.
4 : 4
C W. WINSTEDT
ARCHITECT
SUPERINTENDENT
Sketches Free
Office, Room 7, Garslde Block
Juneau. Alaska.
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ARCTIC BROTHERHOOD. |
Juneau Camp. No. 31. meets
every Tuesday night at eight
o'clock at Moose hall.
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GROCERIES
MEN'S GOODS
M. J. O'CONNOR Douglas J
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II Douglas Opera House Hotel In Connection ? I
31 We serve the BEST BEER ~ 1 _ 3!
in Douglas for . . . ?^C 3. VJU&SS
31 FREE MOVING PICTURES EVERY NIGHT 31
3 ? The Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars 31
31 PETE ROLANDO, Prop. Douglas, Alaska 33
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Wa tches!!
$1.00 to $Jo0 Each
HOWARD, WALTHAM
; . ; IN, HAMILTON
EQUITY and INGERSOL
An Elgin 16-size, Seven Jewels, Nickel Case at
S5.50
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, Records of all makes. Sheet Music.
3 Stores
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Juneau Music House
J P. L. GRAVES, Mgr.
REXALL DRUG STORE FRONT STREET DRUG STORE
Douglas, Alaska. Douglas, Alaska.
ELMER E. 8MITH, Prop.
Armours
"SIMON PURB" Leaf Lard
Makes Rich Crisp Pastry f
TAKU JIM MEETS
SHOCKING DEATH
"Taku Jim," the well known native
Iudlan resident here and a momber
of the Wolf clan, was olectrocutod
about two o'clock this afternoon, death
resulting Instantly from coming in
contact with the high tension trans
mission cable of the Trcadwell com
pany at a point near the Standard Oil
company's dock. The body was badly
burned.
The accident happened under pecul
iar circumstances. Jim was aboard
his gas boat when It drifted alongside
the point where the cables pass on
poles along the beach. The mast of
the boat touched the oable and Jim
came in contact with It by taking hold
of the wire Btaye supporting the
masts.
DRAPER CLUB TAKES
STEPS TO GET BOOKS
At the request of the Draper Club
library commltteo tho teachers of the
high school faculty met with thorn at
the home of Mrs. P. J. Mahone last
night for the purpose of compiling
lists of books to be purchased for tho
new library.
In regard to the $200 which has
been held In trust for sevoral years by
Mr. W| E. Nowell, It was decided that
the money would be spent for refer
ence books to be retained In the high
school library and bo considered as
scparato from the general public. The
list of these books will bo compiled
within the next week by the high
school staff, and they will probably
bo ordered from Cunningham, Curtis
and WclBch In San Francisco.
The Draper commltteo expects to
place their order within the next two
weeks and the books will be shelved
and ready for use within a short time.
CITY OF SEATTLE
LEAVES LOADED
Tho City of Seattle, sailing: south
today, took the following passengers
from Juneau: For Wrangell?J. C.
Bjorge and wife; for Ketchikan?J. R.
Beagle, Patrick Hamilton, J. R. At
chison, L. E. Buell, Glen C. Bartlett,
W. Xakiyama, Frank Carroll: for
Prince Rupert?0. Heinse: for Seattle
?Mrs. Mary Hughes, C. Carlborg, L.
H. Wilson, D. A. Epsteyn. Robert
Forbes, E. M. Wolfe, C. Zurlos. C. T.
Baker, F. B. Maer, A. W. Curfer, Geo.
E. James, G. Potitis, Ed. Strom and
wife, John Vidak, Jorgen Dahl.
Tho vessel had a largo crowd from
Skagway and interior points enrouto
to the States.
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GAME WARDEN'SCHNEIDER
returns TO CAMP O, K.
Game Warden Adam Schneider is In
Juneau, having como over with Spe
cial Officer Joe Snow early this after
noon from Oliver's inlet Two search
partios had been sent out to hunt for
him but he had already returned of
his own account last evening and was
safe In his bunk at Oliver's Inlet be
fore the search parties reached that
place.
When Schneider separated from his
companion Abel Anderson Wednesday
morning he travelled so far inland that j
he decided it would be better to camp
out than try to make it back to camp
and so he made himself as comfortable
as possible for the night.
Mandolin house dresses at Mrs.
Sherman's millinery.
GRAND THEATRE REPEATS
PROGRAM TONIGHT
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The following program will bo ren
dered at the Grand theatre tonight:
'The Demon of Destruction," a 2
reel feature, introducing Doggerty, the
watchman, the table turned, covorod.
If he were to die at 6 o'clock with
him would also die those who had be
trayed him.
"The Border Detective," showing
the operation of a secret servlco man,
an intense drama.
"The Amateur Htghwayman," con
stable Spricein8 of Hayweed center.
"In Death's Shadow"?Pedro accuses
Carlotta of trying to poison the Amer
ican girl. ???
Crepe de chine kimonas at Mrs.
Sherman's millinery.
WHITING GETS FIFTEEN
MONTHS ON THE ISLAND
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G. Wlhting convicted of pocket pick
ing was this morning sentenced by
Judge R. W. Jennings to serve 15
months In the McNeil Island peniten
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FOR SALE ? Auto-grand player
piano and music for sale. Phono
582. 9-18tf.
Course dinner, 50c, at the Tavern
Safe, from 5:00 p. m. till 9:00 p. m. tf
FRESH CARNATIONS at Winter & ,
'ond's.
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+ M. A. SNOW, Manager +
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DOUGLAS, Sept. 18.?The City of
Seattle loft here this morning for the
South.
Carpenters are -rcshlngling the res
idence of Frank Pcarco on St. Ann's
avenue.
George James, proprietor of the
James sawmill, left for Seattle this
morning on the City of Seattle.
The Croatian Mandolin Club will
give one of its popular dances tomor
row night at the Croatian hall on St.
Ann avenue.
SCHEDULE ARRANGED FOR
WINTER ENTERTAINMENTS
DOUGLAS. Sept. 18.?The Alaska
Catholic Club held their first meeting
of the season last Tuesday and ar
ranged a schedule for the winter's en
tertainment. It was decided not to
give a basket social this winter, but
Instead to charge all gentlemen at
tending the regular socials a nominal
fee for tho purpose of defraying ex
penses. Tho season will open on the
22d with a card party.
EXTRA GOOD SHOW AT
LYRIC THEATRE TONIGHT
DOUGLAS, Sept. 18.?A largo aud
ience witnessed an excellent perform
ance at the Lyric theatre last night.
The same program will be given to
night for the benefit of those who had
no chance to witness It. The program
follows:
"The Woman Who Knew."
"Morgan's Treasure," a two-reel dra
ma Indian girl feature.
Closing with a Thanhouser comedy
entitled, "Express C. O. D."
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* TREADWELL NOTES +
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TREADWELL, Sept. 18.?Joe Kal
Fil left on the City of Seattle this
morning for tho States. He will be
5one for about two months.
A. E. Johnson was a Southbound
passenger on tho City of Seattle this '
morning. !
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FOR RENT?Nice front room; board t
f desired; access to bath; 122 West f
fourth Street., near City hall. 9-18-tf
GIRL WANTED?For general house
work. Apply to Mrs. E. W. Chrlstoe,
Teadwell. 9-18-tf
Trf pur merchants lunch, 36 cents,
rom 11:30 to 1:30. The Tavern
afe. tf
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* MARINE NOTES +
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Tho Al-Ki Is scheduled to arrive at
Thane tonight at midnight and bo In
Juneau early tomorrow.
The Admiral Watson is expected In
from tho South tonight or early tomor
row morning.
Tho Northwestern left Cordova at
four o'clock this morning and is ex
pected here Sunday morning.
The JefTcrson Is expected from the
South Sunday.
The Georgia Is expected from the
South tomorrow. ?
The Alameda Is scheduled to sail
from Seattle tonight.
Tho City of Seattle sailed South to
day.
The Princess Sophia sailed south to
day.
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* PERSONAL MENTION *
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Capt. Cyrus Orr, who visited in Jun
eau last week, has returned to Wind
ham Bay.
Miss L. Rowe, of Windham Bay, ar
rived on the last trip of the E. A.
Hegg, and will spend the winter at
this place.
Judge Munley, of Portland, Oregon,!
is coming North on the Jefferson, to
be present during the trial of tho big
fishery cases.
L. E. Buoll, representative of tho
Armour company, took passage on the
City of Seattle for Ketchikan.
Mrs. A. Hurtifrey took passngo on
the PrIncesB Sophia for the South this
morning.
Prank Carroll, local manager for
tho Inger8oll-Rand company, left for
Ketchiknn on tho City of Seattle.
D. A. Epstoyn, of Epstoyn and Mc
Kanna, took pnssage on tho City of Se
attle for Seattle. 1
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Defective Eyesight <
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is a serious handicap to nny boy.
Unless you are certain that your
joys' eyesight Is perfect you should
et us examine his eyes at once. We
lo not use drops or drugs, or ndvlBo
Classes If not necessary.
ALASKA OPTICAL CO.
(Opposite Alaska Supply.) ^
Douglas Undertaking 1
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Funeral Directors and Embalmers I
H. V. SULLY |
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HOTEL
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:: Juneau's Leading Hosteiryg !!
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< ? cold water In all rooniB?six- < ?
\ \ teon rooms with bath?strictly J \
* ? first class cafe?centrally locat- ; J
<> ed--big sample rooms. Auto < >
o meetB all steamers?rates: S1.60 ^
per day and up?commercial
<? trade solicited.
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., P. L. Gcmmctt, Pres. & Mgr. <,
J J F. H. McCoy, Secy-Treas.
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:: Mrs. Evelyn Cloetta
:: R'w?rni?ti? of Jbe Venus Martell I !
I Corset M'f'g. Co., of Seattle \)
; | and A. Lindberg Company. 11
< ' Manufacturers of Abdominal ? >
1 1 Supporters, Elaatlc Stockl-jJ*. ' 1
Knee Gape, /Vnpleti and , ,
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I Office: 308 THIRD STREET j|
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GRAFF'S gKfg&f
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"THE BREAD OF CyJALITY"
For sale at all first-class gro
cery stores. Rolls, cake and
pastry fresh every day at noon.
Boston baked beans, macaroni
and cheese and potato salad for
sael. Chili con carne every
Wednesday and Saturday.
320 FRANKLIN ST.
" .TWBWB
: Juneau Transfer Co. i:
; PHONE 48 !!
! WE ALWAY8 HAVE
COAL ||
I Moving Carefuil'' Dun ;>
: STORAGE i:
? Baggage to and from All Boats jJ
37 FRONT 8T. ^
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G. K. GILBERT
PLUMBING and
8HEET METAL WORK6 . I
121 Front 8t Phone 358
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MILYECARLONE o
Is prepared to do First-Class < >
Cleaning and Repairing on 3 >
Your Suit or Overcoat. JI
I St. Anne Ave. DOUGLAS ] [
For further
Particulars See
Our Show
Window
Satisfaction Quarantcca'
DODGLAS
Hardware Store
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\ ' We have a Fine Line of J |
llDetmer Woolensit
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\ \ FIRST-CLASS Tailoring on !!
\' the Latest Fall and Winter 3 >
\ \ Models
i: Dahl& Wahlberg ji
^' D Street, Douglas Ph*aa
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Co., Inc. <!
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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, Manager J
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer
On Draught |
A Cash Prize
OF S10.00
Is Offered to tfie Ladies
of Gastineau Channel.
The "largest department atore In
Alaska" will soon throw open the doors
of Its new building to the public, and
It Is our desire to adopt 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 a
suggestion, the more the better.
Goldstein
DEPARTMENT STORE

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