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ASK FOB EPSTYN & McKANNA Alaska Agents JUNEAU STEAMSHIP CO. United States Mall STEAMER GEORGIA Juneau-Sitka Route , Leaves Juneau ior Douglas. Fun ter. Hoonah. Gypsum. Tenakee. KilHsnoo. Chatham and Sitka every Wednesday at 12:01 a. m. Juneau-Skagway Route Leaves Juneau for Douglas, Eagle Rher. Sentinel Light Station. El* drid Rock Light Station. Comet. Haines. Skagway every Sunday at 12:01 a. m. Returning, leaves Skagway the following day at 12:02 a. m. WILLIS E. NOWELL, MANAGER ?M-? H l ' HI I II I II >1 II I lit K The Alaska Grili . ! The D, Appointed ?1 :: Place in Town 4 ? I ' 1 ;I Best of Everything Served !! t at Moderate Prices >i 11111 hi n mil 11 n 111 if j I GOOD SEGARS POCKET BILLIARDS Dave's Place A Pipe for Eoery Fact PIPE REPAIRING In th? interest of our town let* patronize our home merchants F. WOLLAXD Will give you the Best in Clothing, both y to style, and quality, ancfitt the right price, too. lib E. Second St.. Phone 6b j I:-: Alaska | Steam Laundry, Inc. ? When yon want the best + ? of work give us a trial ? J and have the pleasure of J X - BEING SATISFIED -- t ? ? ? X Phone 15 J. H. King, Mgr. ? PETTIT & HARVEY Rentals and General Collections REAL ESTATE BROKERS Auditing and Accounting Ajcenta Northern Life Insurance Co. Cheney Bids. Phone 297 Alaskan Hotel "LET 'ER BUCK" GOLDSTEINS WILL MOVE NEXT WEEK ??? Craig & LaFrance who have the | contract for fitting up the big Gold stein department stores are working their mechanics/overtime In order to get everything completed according to schedule. Their efforts are meet ing with such gratifying success that Mr. Goldstein said today that he ex-j pects to get moved Into the new home and be doing business there before! the end of next week. Already much of the space on the fourth and fifth floors have become tenanted by those who have taken leas es In the building and man yothers are partially moved in. while some are waiting until the last days of the month. The Alaska Gastlneau Mining com-1 pany will have offices on both the1 fourth and third floors. The labor of fice. under I-awrence J. Reedy occu pying the third floor space while the main offices fill be on the fourth floor. The U. S. Land office will be locat ed on the fifth floor Just opposite the elevator and main stairway. The of fice safe is already placed in the building and Register C. B. Walker and Receiver Frank A. Boyle have commenced to tear up the fixtures in the old quarters preparatory to mov ing into tf>o new. Hellenthal & Hellenthal. well known attorneys have offices on the fourth floor near the elevator, while a little farther along former District Attorney John Rustgard has secured offices fac ing on Seward street. L. E. Buell. Alaska manager for the Armour company has also established offices on the fourth floor of the bnildlng. a a * THOMPSON WILL VOTE DEMOCRATIC TICKET ! Georgo Thompson. of Craig, who wa? nominated for Representative by: the so-called "Progressive Democrats" who nominated Delegate James Wick-: ersham for Delegate to Congress, has withdrawn from the race for the Leg islature. He says he will support the | Democratic ticket, according to recent arrivals from the Southern end of the Judicial Division. ? ? CAPT. ADAM SCHNEIDER LOOKING FOR OFFENDERS - * - Capt. Adam Schneider spends the greater part of his time these days while in Juneau hovering around the waterfront?eyes peeled for nlmrods who might perchance be pressing the legal limit on the taking of game. Capt. Schneider says the Equinotlous season is his busy time. THE COLES HOME-COMING. According to announcements receiv ed by friends in Juneau. Mr. aad Mrs. Thomas Stevenson Cole will be at home to their friends October 15. They wero married in Waterville. Washington, at the home of thel bride's parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert Luther Rogers, on September 16. I I- J I I HEARD ON THE STREET: I ' "Juneau has a real reastaurant." It's the Tavern Cafe, at the Cain Hotel. ; i I Start the Day Right with a Break fast of ?/frmours ! "STAR" BACON BUNNELL HAS ABILITY, INDUSTRY AND INTEGRITY ' ?*? Probably one of the weakest argu ments that has been raised -against the Democratic candidate for Delegate to Congress is that he Is a new and untried man. The same might have been said against the present dele gate- when first elected. Were this sufficient ground to prevent man'3 ad vancement it would close forever ev ery avenue of human endeavor. No man might hope to hew his way to tho front were not the new and un tried given opportunities to display the ability they possess, and from tho now and untried men have come the greatest leaders of tho Nation. Presi dent Wilson was new and untried when he was elected Governor of New Jersey, and his political record in one term raised him to the presidency of this great Nation. No one asserts Mr. Bunnell's lack of ability, nor can truth fully do so. He has .ability, his ad vancement from a position of school teacher to that of a lawyer of excel lent standing, by his own endeavor, marks him as such. Those who know him well will testify that he is a work er, and as ho has worked for his own advancement in life, so will he work for the advancment of tho country whereip his home and all his inter ests. He is pledged to secure for Al aska a full measure of home rule, the abolition of tho forest reserves, the development of the coal and oil re sources, the regulation of tho fisher ies, those things which mean so much to the people of the Territory and he will carry out his pledges.?Cordova Times. JOE SNOW. JR., LEADING POPULARITY BABY CONTEST ?? The baby contest at the great Elks' carnival brought forth some sensation al results last night. One of the startling things was the entry of lit tle Miss Nalml Theolin Franzen. of Juneau, and she demurely trips along next to Joe Snow, Jr., of Douglas, who has Jumped into first place with 885 votes. Miss Franzen has 825. The next highest is Milton Cbrlstman, of Trcadwell with 815. Little Miss Lu cille Erlcson, of Juneau, comes next with 760. Tonight promises a very interesting time around the voting booth. Partisans on both sides of the channel are preparing to name the winner. Gail Jackson's name has been withdrawn but some new star may ap pear instead. The vote at the close last night was as follows: Jos. Mackay 490 Gall Jackson 690 Bob Hurley, Jr. 725 Jack Freeman 130 Mary Simpklns 125 Lucille Ericson 760 Wm. Mclntyro 715 Gordon Humfreys 85 Betty Barragar ^ 60 Bob Robertson, Jr 360 Joe Snow, Jr 885 Gordon Jones 250 Baby Zott 135 Milton Christman 815 Bertha Wlcklander 20 Alvln Moody 255 Virginia Carrol 50 Jessie Mills 60 Nalma Theolin Franzen.... 825 THE HEALEYS TO BE HOME NOVEMBER 15 Announcements received by friends in Juneau are that Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Healey, who are now on their honey moon trip, will return to Juneau and be at homo to their friends on Novem ber 15. Leo J. Mansuy recently arrived in Juneau and has taken a position in the drafting rooms of the surveyor general's office. I Tonight WeCuttkKgLoaf Tonight I COME TO OUR BOOTH AT ELEVEN P. M. X mill 111111111111 X There is a Premium for nearly Everybody in This Loaf of Bread X Remember we are featuring RELIANCE GOODS and SCHILLINGS X COFFEES, TEAS and SPICES | H. J. RAYMOND COMPANY Groceries S Clothing PHONE XUMUKJt SH * * *AAAAAAAAAA AAAAA TONIGHT MASKERS WILL HOLD SWAY Tonight will bo JJie Inst night of the groat Elks' carnival?the big event j will go out In a blazo of glory?tonight Is mardl gras night. It will be one grand crush of merry maskers?no ono will attempt to say at this time when the lights will bo turned out, but the management have declared that the lights will burn, and the mu sicians will play, and that the shows will show, and the entertainers will entertain, until the people are tired and want to go home?and they do say that this will be going some. There has been a grand scurrying about town for costumes during the past several days?and anything and everything will be pressed into ser vice for the occasion. Last Night's Turnout Last night?the fifth of the great joy tourney?attracted a great throng and everybody was happy. The main floor was Jammed with merry prome naders and the balconies were filled by interested spectators while the floor of the dance hall was taxed to Its capacity by lovers of rag time. War Dance Declared Off. Tho War Danco by Native Indians which was on? of the great drawing cards for the evening failed to mater ialize because the dancers were not present. Tho report was current that the Georgia had been held up by the Idzuma and tho dance artists were ta ken Into custody an spies, but this report could not bo verfied, because I the Georgia was not in port. Bo that ast it may, the disappointment of not I witnessing the great savngo war danco was soon swallowed up in the excite ment of tho hour nnd overybody was satisfied. Bowman and Purcelle. 'Bowman and Purcell excelled all previous efforts in last night's work and received genorous recognition. They pulled off a Harry Lauder Imi tation that was certainly a scream. These lads continue to grow more pop ular every evening nnd Juneau Is sor ry that tomorrow will be the last op portunity to aee them in action. Baby Contest Fierce. The baby contest is growing fierce. Everyone is getting interested in it and votes are now coming in by pla toons. No one would dare venture a wager on the final outcome. Never in the history of Alaska has there beon so many candidates nnd such warm partisans as are being developed In this campaign of popularity. The last vote will be cast precisely at eleven o'clock tonight and as soon as possible thereafter tho name of the winning babe will be announced. Side Shows Busy. The sldo shows continue to do a thriving business. All of the booths are receiving attention. H. R. Shepard was back on tho can dy ]ob again and had his store smile working. . Sammy Bornstcln took a turn at mnnnglng the dance hall, assisting Dolly Gray and they kept Prof Sumpf's orchestra busy. Algernon Smith had a substitute running the Bhootlng gallery for him ?says he was tired of counting the money. Manager Jackson was around every i where explaining how sorry he was that the-IndinnB did not come. Oak Olson was making himself sol id last night by handing out "Golden Gnte" thimbles to all tho ladies that passed the Schwabacher booth. BUNNELL GAINING IN TANANA VALLEY Reports from Fairbanks and Valdez regarding the progress of the Demo cratic campaign are more than en , couraging. In Fairbanks Mr. Bunnell has gained many adherents and the > chances of carrying the division are ,' considered excellent, and this in the | strongest Wickersham section of the * territory. 'Representing the adminis-j ? tration party, which has already ac I complishcd so much for Alaska and " promises greater things, Mr. Bunnell > will receive from the thinking voters J of the territory their ballot as a token * of their appreciation and as a recog > nition of his ability to carry out tho > legislative program to which ho Is f pledged by his platform.?Cordova > Times. > ? ? ? J ALTAR SOCIETY TO ? HOLD GOODY SALE > The ladies of the Altar Society of I the Catholic church will hold a * "Goody" sale next Saturday, October ^ I 4, at Taylor's ice cream parlor. nSSJEK aHHHBEt?2S - . ' Mil III I ? II11 IIBBWBMlBWBWaBBBMMMMBMMMM School Suits for Boys ??CMHHHHnnMBBOaBBnMManHHHJHIi 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 GUARANTEED RAINPROOF and very Durable Age 4 to 18 Years S4.00 to 14.50 Each taa ? -ARRIVAL OF Men sand Boys'New Fall Hats WBM?ijniiiMM?? GENTLEMEN! Wc have a splendid ffO CA Assortment of New Fall Hats at There is absolutely no need to pay more unless you choose to. Soft hats arc very English this season with the high tapering crowns, and the dish brim with the pugree 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 aucl Young Men. B. M. Behrends Company, Inc. / ? MANY LEGISLATIVE I CANDIDATES IN THIRD The Third Division has many can didates for the Alaska Legislature, and more arc expected to announce that they will run. Among the candidates who have cast their hat in the ring are: For Senator:?Thos. C. Price, of Cordova; Dr. W. H. Chase, of Cor dova; Geo. R. Goshaw. of Chlsana, and O. P. Hubbard, of Valdez. For Representative:?Thomas Hoi- l land of Chltinn; Alfred H. Bradford. I of Seward,; John Lyons, of Valdez; > Al. White, of Valdez: Chas. M. Day. of ' Valdez: J. J. Flnnegan, of Chlsana, and : John Noon, of Seward. Of the candiates for Senntor, Thom ns G. Price is the Democratic nominee Dr. Chase was nominated by the Cor dova Wickersham club and O. P. Hub bard by the Valdez Wickersham men. George R. Goshaw is runing Independ ently. but he Is a Republican and a former deputy United States marshal. Thomas Holland and Alexander V. Bradford are Democratic nominees for ' representatives. ??^ ? ? ? ? 4? *fr 4* + ?f + * PERSONAL MENTION >b ;. * + ?> ?!? ?????+?>????? + ? Miss Ruth Anderson, who has been with the W. H. Caso curio stor?B for the past several months, took passage on the Mariposa for Seattle yester day. J. C. Hayes, superintendent of roads for Southeastern Alaska, for the Alas ka road commfB8ion left for Skagway and Haines on the Dolphin yostorday. j Billy Lear arrived on the Mariposa from Cordova. He will probably lo cate in Juneau. Clifford Johnson a Valdez mining man, was a through passenger on the Mariposa for the States. A number of the boys from Perse verance and Sheep Creek are expected to arrive in town this evening to help wind up the Elks' carnival. I YOU WILL DO MUCH BETTER I AT BRITT'S. I 'The Moi^ey Back Store." DANCE MOOSE HALL Qioen by Shamrock, Dancing Club every Wednesday, commenc ing Wednesday, September thirty. Admission $ 1.00 . Ladies free I Peerless Bakery I Bnkers of Fine Pastry of all ? kinds. Only the best of mater- H ial used. Try the Peerless brand. 9 Its quality Insures Its continuous 9 us<v ?}? 4? ?> 4- H PEERLESS BAKERY I (Formerly Lempke's) I THEO. HEYDER. Propr. 1 125 Front St. Phone 222 I 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 carne every Wednesday and Saturday. 320 FRANKLIN ST. | Juneau Transfer Co. if <> PHONE 48 !! I WE ALWAY8 HAVE COAL ii 4 Moving Carefull ? D^it * j; STORAGE v Baggage to and from All Boats J J 37 FRONT 8T. . A * * BOWLING LADIES' DAY COM MENCES WBD. OCT. 7th. Every Wednesday ?bmmwb The Brunswicfc Alleys P P P I I 1 II I I I I I I I 11 1111111111II. :: THE HEGG:: ;; capt. p. madsen ;; !! Leaves C.' W. Young Co.'a ! ! ? ? float every Monday for Kake 1 1 II and way ports. Carries mall, J j passengers and freight . > 111111111111111111111 niiti * < ? ? ARE YOU GOINQ TO BUILD? ? * ? f> Are you going to repair your ? !? house? Seo George e. Brown, ? Contractor & Builder, Douglas ? + ******* ? EMPLYOMENT AGENCY Good, reliable laborers can be had quickly by calling phons Main 242. ?> I Guaranteed Tools That Mechanics Swear by--(not at) Germantown Hammers 75 cts. GERMANTOWN HATCHETS, Rustless No. 2, SI.10; No. 3, 51.25 KLEIN Pattern Pliers 6 inch 7 inch 8 inch , GREAT VALCE... 75c 85c SI J Also KLEIN'S genuine and 1% a new powerful plier that C5 cuts 20-d nails with case. V Millers Falls S Fray's Braces and Hand Tools VANADIUM SAWS and HAMMERS xSs^EtllEIX New models and new prices things technical Gastineau Hardware S MacR'y Co.