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ASK FOB EPSTYN & McKANNA Alaska Agents JUNEAU STEAM8HIP CO. United State# Mall STEAMER GEORGIA Juneau-Sitka Route Loaves Juneau lor Douglas. Pun ter. Hoonah. Gypsum. Tenakee, Killlsnoo, Chatham and Sitka every Wednesday at 12:01 a. m. Juneau-Skagway Route Leaves Juneau for Dotglas. Eagle River. Sentinel Light Station. El drld Rock Light Station. Comet. Haines, Skagway every Sunday at 12:01 a. m. Returning, leaves Skagway the following day at 12:02 x in. WILLIS E. NOWELL. MANAGER I I I 111 M I HH I IIII1111 H ; The Alaska Grill !? t I =zzzzzz== ! 1 The Bcj2 Appointed ? j I . Place in Town < ?| ?? ;; :: II Best of Everything Served !! at Moderate Prices ''minimi ? I I GOOD SEGARS POCKET BILLIARDS Dave's Place J I A Pipe for Eoery Fact PIPE REPAIRING In the interest of our town lets patronize our home merchant* F. WOLLAND Will give you the Beat in Clothing, both ap to style, end quality, andXt the right price, too. # lift B. Second St, Ptkoee 6ft I 0 4 > |; Alaska j: :; Steam Laundry, Inc. \I 1 ? ===== < ? o Whea you want the best o 0 of work give as a trial <? ;| and hare the pleasure of J > _ BEING SATISFIED ~ 4 * ? ? < * 1 ft i ? <? Phono 15 J. H. King, Mgr. ? - ? PETTIT & HARVEY Rental* and General Collection* REAL ESTATE BROKERS Aoditin* and Accounting Agent* Northern Life Insurance Co. Cheney Bid*. Phone 237 FRATERNITY NIGHT AT BIG CARNIVAL Tonight Is "fraternity" night at the big Elks' Carnival in Jaxon's rink, and it is expected that many oat of town people will be present. There will be many new attractions added and the attendance will be unusually larg?. Last night the second Instalment of fun was on tap, and dospite the nl clemency of the weathor there was some crowd out. It was one crush of Joyseekers, and everyone finding what they sought The dance hall seemed more popular than ever. The baby booth, presided over by "Father" John McLaughlin, is attract ing more attention than ever and the contest is getting real warm. H. R. Shepard was on the job last night, running a wheel of fortune? says it beats the insurance game. Guy McNnughton has quit the dance hall and is running tho ring tossing cane game. Joe ? Snow got tired of waiting for the crowd to reach the lower end of tho hall and is now running a booth next to the main entrance. Harry Brunn is still dallying with the fish pond?says he has some hat pins and diamond for the lucky ones. DIRECTIONS RECEIVED FOR SHIPPING ALASKA EXHIBITS ??? The Governor's office is in receipt of a letter from Assistant Chairman J. E. Boykin, of the Government Ex hibit Board. Washington. D. C.. in which he states that all Alaska exhib its intended for the Panama Pacific In j ternatlonal Exposition. San Francisco, I should be shipped to Mr. C. L. Ely, Bu reau of Mines Experiment Station, 1 Customs Building, San Francisco. Ar rangements have been made with Mr. Ely to store material until the time arrives for installation. Every pack | age should be clearly marked to indi cate its contents, the name of the sender and the location from which it came. MINES ARE TAKING OUT VERY BIG CLEANUPS ??? SEWARD. Sept. 15.?Joseph H. Ter ry Jr.. who put up the cyanide plant for the Gold Bullion mine, is now in Seward and states that the Gold Bul lion has already taken out more than a thousand dollars this year. Information has come from other sources that the Martin mine has ta ken out $76,000 up to September 2. It is stated that the Independence mine has the richest quartz in that country.?Seward Gateway. Appeal Case Piled. ? The case of A. Grant against Mrs. J. H. Hughes has been taken on appeal from the commissioner's court to the district court. The action was brought by plaintiff to recover $325 alleged to be due for certain services rendered. The commissioner's court gave Judg ment for the defendant. Stari the Day Right with a Breakfast of ?/frmours I "STAR" BACON We Sell Them Exclusively Juneau Furniture Co. Tel. 261. 3rd and Seward PRISONERS MAY WORK ON HIGHWAYS Attorney H. L. Faulkner, who while V. S. Marshal for the first division took up tho matter of employing Fed eral prisoners on the public highways has at last succeeded in getting the obstacles raised by tho department of justice removed. The principal objec tion was the cost of employing extra guards to watch tho prisoners while at work. A conference was had with Col. W. P. Richardson while he was in Juneau the other day and Col. Richardson, as prosident of tho Alaska Road Commis sion, agreed to furnish an employee of the commission as guard and over seer for the prisoners. All that will bo necessary now is to get the final consent of the Department and have Marshal H. A. Bishop depu tize the men designated by tho Alas ka road commission as custodian of the prisoners. It Is believed that this will be done. CHISANA DISTRICT OUTPUT $400,000 SEATTLE, Sept. 16.?News that the Chlsana district's gold output for the season will total $400,000 anil & Pre diction that the coining winter will see further discoveries made in that locality, were brought from the north by Harold Waller. U. S. mineral sur veyor, who is here to enter on his senior year's work at the State uni versity. In the opinion of Waller, the Chls ana hns verified tho forecast made a year ago by its friends that it would become a "good little camp." "It is not a poor man's camp, nor is It a rich man's camp," said Waller today. "It's simply a sporting propo sition. The ground Is 'spotted,' and what looks like a rich find often peters out when worked for a short time. "However, It is far from being a fizzle. Charles Range, on Skookuin Creek, will tako out $40,000 this year, and Carl Whitham. on No. 2, Little Eldorado, ought to clean up $25,000, at least. Hamshaw, who took over the JameB discovery ground, will fall down pretty hard. He figured on an out put of $500,000, and will obtain about one-fifth of that amount.?Seattle Times. SMALL STAMP MILL STARTS OPERATIONS AT JUALIN ? The Jualin Mines Company has start ed operations with tho little 10-stamp mill at the mines and it is oxpected that it will be kept' steadily pounding away as rapidly as mine development progresses with the limited crews that are now employed. H. G. Young, con sulting engineer for tho Algunlcan De velopment company, which is the hold ing company furnishing the develop ment capita] for the mines, is at the mine now and giving it his intention. Leaving on Georgia. The Georgia, leaving for Sitka and wayports at 12:01 thlH morning took the following passengers from Juneau: For Tenakee?H. A. Sameul. Mrs. Sam uel. J. G. Morin: for Sitka?Mrs. Mil ler. Seward King. M. Question, Nicho las Nelson. Georgo Campbell. James WIckersham, Nick Trlerschleld. J. S. Olson. W. Jones. E. Jones, M. Jones. Frank A. Rivera. CHARLES E. NAGHEL SECRETARY CIVIL SERVICE Charles E. Naghol, of the Surveyor General's office force, has been ap pointed secretary of the civil service board In Juneau, vice Charles D. Gar Held, resigned. % NAUDE ON JOB AGAIN. Earlc Naude, clerk of the commis sioner's court, who was taken 111 a few days ago with ptomaine poisoning, has fully recovered and Is back on the job again. DEPUTY FELS RETURNS. "Deputy Marshal William Fels who loft with prisoners for McNeil's Isl and penitentiary, turned the prisoners over to Deputy Marshal J. H. Davles and returned to Juneau on the Hum boldt FRESH CARNATIONS at Winter & Pond's. | Cold Weather is Coming \ Gome and see Our Fall Lines of Men's Underwear and Clothing : We have the Largest and Best Line of Macfcinaws in the City I PRICES REASONABLE I ft J. RAYMOND COMPANY Groceries 8 Clothing PHOJfK NUMBER 2K DAVE MARTIN GETS I LONDON LETTER Davu Martin who has boon In Ju neau for the past 30 years rocontly received a letter from a cousin liv ing In London, England, that throws somo Interesting sidelights on condi tions In the world's metropolis dur ing the early weoks following the out break of hostilities on tho continent. People, It would- seem, aro enduring some hardships in London. Tho letter Is datod August 23rd. It states that at tho time nearly all the largor houses were closed nnd of course thousands of people as a con sequence were out of employment "There Is nothing to do," the letter says, "except bo n soldier." "Business of all kinds," tho letter goes on to say, "is slack nnd traiiBac actions of any moment have ceased to be. I really do not know how this fearful war will end. It really means the rich being made poor and the poor having to starve. ? ? ? ? ? Thank God none of tho boys have been called yet, but Sol. has voluntarily joined the Royal Flying Corps, not as a sol dier, but as an electrical mochanlc. You see, that is hfs business, but al though It is good pay, there Is great danger too, attached to this work for ho has to fly in an aeroplane. ? ? ? If tho war continues much longer there Is a possibility that every man in England 19 years of age and under 45 will have to join tho army. Really one does not know when tho crisis will come. * "Food has become terribly dear. ? ? ? ? ? xhe shopkeepers raised prices enormously and there really wasn't occasion to do so. The board of trade has taken tho matter up and has made special prices which are in dicated In the daily papers." Dave says that ho has three other cousins there whom ho bolieves have since joined the army and arc now in Franco fighting against the Germans. SAYS CLEANUP ON CACHE CREEK WILL BE GOOD SEWARD, Sept. IB.?Max Poehlman a brother of Otto Poehlman, of the Seward Drug company, arrived in Seward last night after a season spent in the Cache Creek district. Mr. Poehlman states that the district is enjoying a very good season this year and that while at this time it Is too early to estimate the clean up, it will bo considerable. Bahrenborg and Bubb have boen working all year on somo good ground and will be cleaning up ] soon. They have good ground, but j owing to the cement sediment in the , gravel they have to shoot the face with dynamite before it can be sluiced. ? ? ? VISITING DOCTORS SAW I 600 SHEEP ONE DAY ??? 1 SEWARD. Sept. 15.?The Coakley Marvin hunting party arrived In town i last night after a very successful hunt < on the upper Kelly river. During the i hunt four sheep and a bear were 1 bagged by the sportsmen, who report having seen great numbers of sheep I and moose every day during the trip, i One day over 600 sheep wore sighted i and on another occasion Dr. Marvin approached to within twenty-five feet l of a giant bull moose. They however t did not want any moose so the big < fellow got away with only a scare. : ? ? ? l HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT BODY ELECTS OFFICERS At a meeting of the high school | student body this morning the follow ing student officers were elected: , President of student body, Simon ^ MacKinnon; Secretary. Hazel Jaeger; Treasurer, Walno Hendrlckson. No constitution has as yet been adopted, but the question will come up for discussion at the first regular meeting. Tho awarding of the high school let ter "J" to the basket-ball team of last 1 year will also be considered at tho next meeting. HUMBOLDT ARRIVALS. [ The Humboldt arrived from the j South at 4 o'clock this morning bring ing the following passengers for Ju neau: J. A. Hellenthal, Mrs. Hollon thai, John F. Mull, George E. Fritz, Miss Agnes Williams, Mrs. S. L." Bur ton, Eugene Gunderson, J. V. Brown, W. Vernon and four second class. GARFIELD PARTY HUNTING IN GAMBIER BAY SECTION Special Deputy Collector of Cus toms Charles D. Garfield accompanied by Dr. D. M. Marvin and Dr. C. T. Coakley, well known New York phy sicians left on the launch Pacific Mon day for a week's hunting and fishing in the Gambler bay section. PROPOSE CHEAP POSTAGE TO SOUTH AMERICA WASHINGTON, SopL 23.?Stops have been initiated to secure a two cent postage rate betweon the United States and South American countries. FOB RENT?Furnished rooms and apartments, either single or en suite for housekeeping. Apply at office. No. 1, Hogan's Flats. Phone 209. 9-23-tf See back page of Mrs. Sherman's announcement of biggest millinery sale ever held In Alaska. I- + !? PERSONAL MENTION + > + !? ?!? ?!? ?> ?> ?!? ?!? ?!? 'J + -V <? + ?!? I I Miss Lorotta. McCartney returned , Monday from an extended trip to the ower coast cities. Nick Trlerschlld left for his homo J n Sitka on the Georgia this morning. ( Mrs. C. E. Rodgers, wife of the man vger of the grocery department at Goldstein's, is leaving Juneau for the wuth today, called to the bedside of icr mother who is ill In Tacoma. J. A. Hcllenthal and Mrs. Hellen hal returned on the Humboldt this ( morning from a brief visit in Puget Sound cities. ; < Mrs. S. L. Burton, wifo of the lino- j) :ype man on the Dispatch, returned'1 :o Juneau on the Humboldt after an < jxtended visit In the States. She was iccompanied by her sister Miss Ag- ] ieB Williams. < NO ELKS' MEETING TONIGHT. There will be no meeting of Juneau Lodge, No. 420, B. P. O, E. tonight (Wednesday) on account of the carnl- ; vul that is being conducted by the Elks at Jaxon's rink. G. F. FORREST, E.R. ( H. I. LUCAS, Secy. PRINCESS MAY ARRIVALS. The Princess May arrived from the south last night bringing the follow ing passengers for Juneau: A. M. < Salmon, Elsie Rodpath, John Red path, three second class. See back page for Mrs. Sherman's announcement of biggest millinery sale ever held In Alaska. WANTED.?Two girls for general housework at Jualin. Apply Mrs. M. D. Berry, Third and Franklin streets. D-22-Gt. Try our merchants lunch, 35 cents, i from 11:30 to 1:30. The Tavern! Cafe. tf | JUNEAU GUN CLUB ? GETS NEW RANGE Tho Junoau Guu Club has taken a lease from the Casey-Shattuck people lo a portion of the waterfront just be- j yonil the A. L. and P. company's pow-j or station and will Immediately erect [ i shooting range on tho ground. If i possible next Sunday's shoot will be | had on the now range. See back page for Mrs. Sherman's; announcement of biggest millinery, sale ever held in Alaska. : Course dinner, 50c. at the Tavern ' "afe, from 5:00 p. m. till 9:00 p. m. tf j I PIANO TUNING! ? GEORGE ANDERSON, Piano <? ? I Expert, the only Resident Piano 0 ' * Expert in Alaska. Yearly Tun- <? ! f ings. Barragar's P. O. Store. J J ? * PHONK ? Z :: Juneau Transfer Co. f Jl PHONE 48 : ;: WE ALWAYS HAVE ' t j! COAL | o Moving CarefuIIr D :h 4 ? j; STORAGE * \\ ? < Baggage to and from AH Boats J [ 37 FRONT 8T. *t[ GRAFF'S "THE BREAD OF QUALITY" 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. Chill con came every Wednesday and Saturday. 320 FRANKLIN ST. WEBS!'JEsaagMHgyfllBy^ I ?!! ?MMMOBMWMBBBUMBMIIWB??IW????Mi School Suits for Boys r^^:.cr:"^^!^j7gs5SS?ri'yjis^c<?i?iKtu-;iEsrisxA,iLflfyiHiiit asiww Sturdy Norfolk Suits with an extra pair of full lined trousers, in sizes 6 to 17 years. These suits are of all wool cheviot cloth. Grays, Browns and Tans, $8.50 to $9.00 a Suit BOYS' RAIN COATS GDARANTEED RAINPROOF and very Durable Age 4 to 18 Years S4.00 to S4.50 Each -ARRIVAL OF Men sand Boys'New FallHats GENTLEMEN! We have a splendid ffO PA Assortment of New Fall Hats at | There is absolutely no need to pay more unless you choose to. Soft hats are vci*y English this season with the high tapering crowns, and the dish brir.i with the pugrce or plain band and butterfly draped ends. < Derby hats arc a little higher in the crown with the dish brim and black, of course. This is the home of BENJAMIN CLOTHES and the HANEN SHOES for Men aud Young Men. B. ML Bekrends Company, Inc. J BOWLING LADIES' DAY COM MENCES WBD. OCT. 7th. Every Wednesday The Brunswick Alleys ^ P P I-tciinniiiiiHiiiniiii . THE HEGG:: CAPT. P. MADSEN ; ; Leaves C. W. Young Co.'s ! I float every Monday for Kake ? ? and way ports. Carries mall, J J passengers and freight. ! I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 11 I I I ? I ? I i ?>**?*+ + + ??? ?. + ? ? ? ? ,? !? ARE YCU GOING TO BUILD? ? h ? ? Are you going to repair your ? ? house? See George E. Brown, ? Contractor & Builder, Douglas ? F * + * 4 4?*?*??? *44 EMPLYOMENT AGENCY Good, reliable laborers can be had quickly by calling phone Main 242, ssscsnsssnraMim I Peerless Bakery Bakers of Flno Pastry of all kinds. Only the best of mater ial used. Try the Peerless brand. Its quality insures Its continuous US&. 4 4 4 4 4 * ? PEERLESS BAKERY (Formerly Lempke'u) THEO. HEYDER, Propr. 125 Front St Phone 222 j ^4 Your name, address and any fraternal emblem on /"M"| I ?VV this splendid knife, fully guaranteed, for only f c?Ul/ Most complete and lowest priced line of CUTLERY and Shaving ========= Accessories in the city ========= 7GAST1NEAU HARDWARE & MACffY CO..