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BOWLING
Prizes for High
Scores will be
Awarded Sept.
20th. . . .
The Brunswick
Alleys P P P
Delmonico
FIRST CLASS
EATING PLACE
BEST OF EVERYTHING
Moderate Prices
Neu) and R?eat
ii ALASKAN f
f HOTEL i
33 Juneau's Leading Hostelry^ I
< > Steam heat, running hot and X
i3 cold water In all rooms?six- X
3 I teen rooms with bath?strictly J
< ? first class cafe?centrally locat- ?
<? ed?big sample rooms. Auto e
3 3 meets all steamers?rates: $1.60 1
13 per day and up?commercial ?
< > trade solicited. ?
3 3 P. L. Gemmetf. Pres. A Mgr. X
J 3 F. 6. McCoy, Secy-Treas. J
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R. P. NELSON
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I Alaska's Pioneer
STATIONERY 8T0RE
Headquarters for all kinds of
STATIONERY
OFFICE 8UPPLIES
FOUNTAIN PENS
All Kinds BLANK BOOKS
DRAFTING PAPERS, EAC.
' COR SECOND A SEWARD ST. j
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III II 1111.
; For a hat to order or a ;
; ready to wear hat, ;
a Chic-modeled
Gown
; embroidered chiffons, nets ;
I for Spanish tunics, call at ;
| Mrs. F. A. Stevens :
> 308 Third Street
1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I I I II
I I H I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I
: Mrs. Evelyn Cloetta ?
! R"'r~<"*nv* ^ The Venus Martcll I
! Corset HTtf. Co., of Seattle j
; and A. LindberjJ Company. 1
? Manufaciurtn of Abdominal .
| Supporters. Elastic Stockist,
Knee Caps, Anplets and
? Orthopedic Appliances. ... ?
; Office: 308 THIRD STREET :
; PHONB 298
I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II
W. A. Ferguson H A. Hirkpatrick I
The Bdffet
Hotel Cain
"Nothing But the But
10-Year-Old Bondedj
, , Whiskey
Side Entrance next to Elk's Hall
!Just Arrived--A full line of fall and X
Suits $20.00 J
Work. Material Style. Goarantesri X
SATISFACTORY f
H. HEIDORN. Merchant Tailor ?
222 Seward Street JUNEAU X
:: The Northern ::
NEW AND MODERN
FURNISHED ROOMS Permanent
and Transient
118 Front Phone 32
Remington Typewriter Company
has established aa office la Joaeao at
the corner of Front sad Mala Streets.
Corns ia aad \Jef the latest Kcasiagtoa
Idea. > > t
ADMIRAL WATSON HERE
ON MAIDEN VOYAGE
The Pacfilc Alaska Navigation com
pany's liner Admiral Watson, slater
ship to the Admiral Evans, arrived
in Juneau on her maiden Alaska voy
1 age this morning. Practically the en
| tire crow of the ill-fated Admiral
Sampson, have berths on the ship. The
vessel is in command of Capt. Ed.
Hickman, formerly pilot on the Ad
mlral Evans, nnd one of the most com
' potent men on this run. Thomas J.
, Kehoe, former purser on the Samp
, son has the same berth on the Wat
j son; Ed. Griffin, chief engineer, was
; formerly first assistant on the Samp
I son; John Derry, 1st officer, was for
; merly 2nd officer ou the Sampson;
Harry Duke, steward, was on the
{Sampson; H. A. Carey, freight clerk,
is of the Sampson crew; pilots P. A.
Obert and Charles Glasscock are also
of the Sampson crew.
The ship expcrlouced good weather
| all the way up and is making fairly
good time.
Passengers for Juneau aboard the
j vessel were: J. P. Payne, H. Terkel
: son, R. W. Johnson. Mrs. Johnson,
1 Mrs. Ester Rice, Mrs. J. H. Dupree and
! son, H. Kelly, Olaf Rystad and wife.
Departing from Juneau the follow
i ing took passage: Victor Epsteyn and
j George J. McCarthy, for Skagway; A.
j W. Leonard for Valdez, and P. H. Pet
j erson for Seward.
The vessel stopped at Thane to dls
! charge cargo on the way to the West
| ward.
REV. ERICSON LEAVING
ON THE NORTHWESTERN
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Rev. A. H. Ericson, pastor of the Ad
rent Christian church at Whitman,
Mass.. who has been visiting Juneau a
guest in the home of his brother
Claude E. Ericson, one of Juneau's
prominent citizens, leaves for the
South on the Northwestern. If the
vessel does not depart too early the
Rev. Ericson will preach in the Meth
odist church here tomorrow morning.
On the way south Rev. Ericson will
deliver lectures in Seattle, San Fran
cisco and Oakland. He is also sched
uled for lectures in Chicago which will
be delivered enroute to his home in
Massachusetts. Rev. Ericson says
that he has enjoyed his visit in Ju
neau very much and is delighted with
Alaska.
TO HAVE LADIES' DAY
AT THE BRUNSWICK
Manager J. K. Learning of the
Brunswick bowling and billiard par
lors,.announces that he will soon es
tablish Wednesday of each week as
ladies' day at the Brunswick. The
place will be open for lady patrons
both during the day and in the eve
ning on that day.
RICHARDSON AND
BROOKS ON TANANA
FAIRBANKS, Sept. 1. Col. W. i'.
Richardson, president of the Board
of Alaska Road commissioners, uud
Dr. Alfred H. Brooks, of the Unitea
States Ueological survey, arrived In
1 airoanks yesterday afternoon on the
steamer General Jacobs, from the up
per 'i'unuua. They boarded the boat
at iMcCurthy where they had come
from Chitiua in the automobile of the
road commission will build It If they
driver, was sent back over the trail
from McCarty, currying Alaska Rail
road Commissioners Rlggs an a Mears.
Col. Richardson states that the
rains and floods which have visited
the Tunauu valley during the pres
ent summer have been general all
along the trail, and that, owing to
the fart, the trull is not in the host
of condition at the present time.
However, crews are now at work all
along the line, und the trull will . be
repaired in the worst places before
winter sets in, or by the time the?
money appropriated by congress for'
the use of the road commission runs1
out.
Col. Richardson further states that
ho hopes to secure a much larger ap
propriation for Alaska roads noxt
year, as the secretary of the interior
is takiug the matter up. lie says that
the general opinion at Washington
is that, although Alaska is to have a j
railroad, the wagon read work should i
not be neglected in any respect. He
holds out hope for a government
bridge at Fairbanks, stating that the
road commission will build it if tehy
get the money from the government'
and if the city of Fairbanks will ap
propriate enough money to put in the
pier on the city side of the slough.
Col. Richardson will leave on one
of the next outgoing boats for Daw
i son, from where ho will go to i
Southeastern Alaska, before return
ing to his headquarters at Valdcz.
Dr. Brooks states that ho Is three
weeks behind his schedule in making:
his annual trip through the Terri
tory. He had intended to be heroI
by August 10, but was delayed. It
is lmprobablo that he will attempt to
reach the lower Yukon river this)
year, as he is to remain in Fairbanks
for the next two weeks and will
then leave for the Outside.?Fairbanks
Citizen.
EARLE NAUDE IS A
VICTIM OF PTOMAINE
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Earle Naud. clerk for the Comm's
sloner's court, is the victim of pto
maine poisoning and became very ill
during the night. Dr. L. O. Egginton
was called and this morning reports
that the patient is out of danger and
should bo up in a day or so.
OWEN TO REPORT
SIX AMENDMENTS
| WASHINGTON, Soi>t. 19.?Senator
| itobt. M. Owou, chairman of the bank
ing and currency commltteo, haa boon
directed by the committee to roport
several amendments to the Foderal
reserve net considerably liberalizing
that law. Proposed amendments are
as follows:
1?To permit Federal resorve board
to postpone payment of second and
subsequent instalments of stock sub
scription of member banks, and to
postpone for periods not to exceed four
months, any reserve requirement for
member buuks iu section 19 of the act.
2?To permit member banks to car
ry in Federal reserve banks, any por
tion of their roBrve uow required bi
section 19 to be held In their own
vaults.
3?To permit member banks to
count as part of their lufwul reserve
Federal roservo notes up to 6 per cent,
of their net domund deposit.
4?To pormit member banks, in ad
dition to their present liability allowed
by law, to incur liabilities on account I
of endorsement or lorolgn bins or ex-1
change and two-name commercial
paper endorsed by a member bank, I
and such acceptances as are admitted
under rules of tho board, but not to
exceed twice the amount or unimpair
ed capital and surplus or bank.
5?To permit bills bought in open
market to be used as basis for Fed
oral reserve notes.
6?To authorize secretary of treas
ury to designate Federal reserve banks
as agents of United States and o(
member banks in redemptloi. or notes
of bonks in circulation, including Aid
rlch-Vreeland emergency notes, aud
to put in operation a system ot clear
ance between the treasury In tho Fed
eral serserve bunks and tho member
banks.
Senator Owen predicted that the
Federal roservo system would be in
full swing by Oct 1.
GUN CLUB SHOOT TOMORROW.
The Juneuu Gun Club will hold its
regular Suuday shoot on the club's
range in Lust Chance basin tomorrow.
Last Sunday the shoot was postponed
on account of the members nearly all
being out on hunting expeditions.
Former Mayor C. W. Carter has been
wearing the Trucsdoll medal for two
weeks now and declares that he has
hopes of continuing in possession of
tho trophy.
TOD WINTERS IN BUSINESS.
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Tod Winters, who for the past year
has been employed as a watchmaker
In E. Valentino's store, has engaged
in buslnoss for himself, opening a shop
next door to the Eureka bakery.
IDITAROD ASSI8TANT I
POSTMASTER IN TROUBLE
IDITAROD, Aug. 27.?Harry T. Mc
Lean, late asBlstant-postmaster of this
city, was tried yesterday afternoon on
an insanity charge. The jury dis
agreed and he was discharged, but
he is now being held for the alleged
embezzlement of postolflce funds.
Worrying over domestic affairs 18
said to bo the cause of his eccen
tric actions since nrrivlng hero. Ho
was discharged from tho postolflce
about ten days ago and was succeed
ed by William B. Thomas.
WANTED ? Man stenographer at
once. Enquire this evening at Hotel
Cain. It
Course dinner, 50c, at the Tavern
Cafe, from 5:00 p. m. till 9:00 p. m. tf
The Round Oak Chief Exposed?Every Detail Shown?Nothing Concealed
You should know all about the range you buy
Pouch food and Brail . Aibotio-. and iron C*ti pint?t |o equal
in| Door. Utehil and thick, heavy protection (of own. |2# heat in ovan
convenient fire Back * back oI fito back
\ Heavy Bra front \ Heavy cast / Ca* auoporl /
I Ilk* (ire back \ CcntorPojl / y 'or oven toe
VenMallng spaco ?9
bock ot Tire back Jj
tnd
Draft
Door V\
Duple* Grates. .?
for wood or coal
Back end -?~
Ash Chute
Rjjhthand
Ash Chute
Lett hand '
Ash Chute.
All tho ashes
UH in the pan
Larje fiahanlred ?*"
iron Ash Pan
About OS bolls and
rivets usod In tho
Chief, about twice ?
the number com
montv used
I Insulation cxUooftlinary
\ x
Cast flue strip soWty \
bollod to ploco
Arched lop ol ?v?v*9
which heal conform*
bailor lhan KUM
'
Cup JoW whara '
Anchor Plata* teal
on main top |oaa
claw around too
fourteen Cm.
oI aiboltoa
?""board u?ed
in the Chid
Vpty wU- * |
boiler ?iron,
?q?otbotio**
ileal
I
usual num?
__ bor of riveta
around Iho
oven dooa
Heavy 12-f*.
___ boiler-iron
^SETBPi
-, y ,U braced . . ^ J
3-ply flu*
bottom ?
boiler-Iron,
asbestos*
boiler-Iron.
P Theoniyono
ever mad*
.HrifiVW*
V; .
Sob-flue bottom of
boiler iron. Ilea*
cannot effect floor
Poo for oven door weight Wffl never gel out o( order Joe tha heavy channel iron. Oven bottom can never buckle
WOT ONE. THING LEFT Off THE. CHIEF THAT WILL MAKE. IT BETTER
THE ROUND OAK, the ONLY RANGE
FYfl IKIVF AfFNT^
THE JUNEAU FURNITURE COMPANY
Juneau's Only Up-to-date Furniture Store Cor. 3rd and Seward Sts., Juneru, Alaska
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SALE OF CUT GLASS and FINE CHIN AWARE AT I
, I I CHAR1CK
$ I. IL L 1JEWELER and
7 ??><*'? ^ OPTICIAN
JUNEAU, * ALASKA
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I II *?* 3 A
maaamrnKmrnamm*? ??
PHONE 211 Scandinavian Grocery I
For Prices!! We Have the GOODS I
ALASKA MEAT COMPANY John Reck. Mgr.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Manufacturcrfl of nil Kind* of Sausages Our Hams and BacOa Are '
Home-Smoked jV v !
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I realize that during the European war It takes
something out of the ordinary to interest anyone
in a Real Estate investment. I would not be spend
ing money on advertising at this time if I didn't
have something extraordinary to ofTer you. RICH
MOND is located on the mainland side of the great
San Francisco Bay, one of the finest ports on the
Pacific Coast. This year census shows a population
of over 22,000; 1008, about 6,000; 1902, a few hun
dred. The Government survey show from 33 feet
to 51 feet of water along the entire western shore
line. In.addition to this splendid natural harbor, the
U. S. Government in connection with the City ol
Richmond, is building an inner harbor of over two
miles along the southern side of the city. It is the
terminal of the great transcontinental system of the
Santa Fee Railroad, also the Southern Pacific, the
Western Pacific (Gould Lines), and the 'Frisco Sys
tem. The Hill Lines have large holdings there and
are building through Oregon to Richmond.
Get Your Dollars i
<t^work/ng For
\ YOU/
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fRICHMOND \
V CALIFORNIA /
RICHMOND lias 4G Industrial plants, some of them
tho largest on the coast. The Standard Oil Com
pany's refineries .are located there with throe Im
mense pipe lines bringing in over 100,000 barrels of
crude oil every 24 hours in the day. In addition
to the 123 different kind of products mado at their
great plant they furnish crude oil for- fuel to all
the other plants in Richmond at a saving of from
37% to 40% of what coal used to cost. The Pullman _
Palaco Co. haB their only plant west of Chicago Io-"~
cated there and employ a large number of'men.
Winhaven, tho $3,500,000.00 plant of the California
Wire Association is located there. It is the largest
plant of its kind in the world. In addition thore are
Iron and Steel Works. Porcelane Ware, Furniture,
Sasii and Door Factories, Foundries, Brick Yards,
Machine Shops. Lumber Yards, etc. It has fine
Paved Streets, extensive sewer system, flue water.
The best of school nnd church facilities, fine public
library. (The State Universities at Berkeley are
reached by fast Electric Car line.) Fine houses, and
In fact everything that is required for a modern city.
Richmond is growing rapidly as it has an immence
payroll, fine railroad and ocean shipping facilities,
and offers over 100 free factory sites.
It is a good place for an investment for YOU.
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Rirh. J>Offers Over 100 Free Factory Sites Today
allv>lS" II Has the Greatest Quantity of Cheap Fuel on the Pacific Coast
I " Will Receive Great Benefits from the Opening of Panama Canal
mOnfl ^ Has the Finest Shipping Facilities in the San Francisco Harbor
Manufacturers Have their Choice of Four Great Transcontinental Railroad Lines
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I am opening an office 115 SEWARD ST., in Valentine Bldg., and am agent for some of the
finest located Business lots, (close to Inner Harbor) in Richmond, ranging in price from ft700 to
S1500. Terms: 10 percent cash, 1 per cent a month. No Interest or Taxes for 1 year. This price
includes Sewers, Water Mains, Macadimized Streets, Curbs and Cement Sidewalks, FREE.
This Property 1 believe is the Best Investment on the the Coast. W. J. BARNES
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For FREE Information and literatuife about Rich
mnnd, osnd this coupon to W. J. Barns, Juneau, Al
aska.
Address ? ??... - ?

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