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Sailing from Junoau for Port Simpson. Princo Rupert, Swanaoo. Alrrt Bay. Vancouror Victoria and Seattle PRINCESS MAY OCTOBER 9. Orplirum Buildi ig CP. R. TICKET OFFICE J. T. SFICKETT. Agt. h 111 ii h 1111 n i in i n 1111 > l u 11 ALASKA I STEAMSHIP COMPANY I.fety. FcTxwr. Trf*!* Tkt?li lo fntllt. Tr?rrr. VldeHiiBd Vimmw< Through J i ?l ? t* ti Sad Vr*nci*co j. JEFFERSON North S?pt. 8, 19, Oct. 1 South, Sept. 9, 20, Oct 2 4 DOL PHIN : North Sept 13. 2i, Oct 7. South Sept 14, 2?, Oct 8 I MARIPOSA North Sept 1 J, Oct. 3.?South, Sept. 24, Oct. 12 + ALAMEDA North Sept 21 Oct 9. South, Sept 11, 30, Oct 18 I .NORTHWESTERN North Sept 10. 28 South Sept 18, Oct 6 4 WILLIS E NOWELL Juneau Agt. Elmer E. Smith Douglaa Agt J M-K-t I-1 I-1 l -l I I M I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I II I I II I I II I I I 1 t-1 1 HUMBOLDT STEAMSHIP CO. The Alaska Kbr?r S. S. HUMBOLDT I The Ahmka Flyer 4 Leaving Juneau, Northbound October 13th and 23rd Leaving Juneau Southbound October 14th and 24th DOCKS AT JUNfcAU CITY WMAfcF PETTIT 4. HARVEY. AgenU, Cheney 3iock, Juneau Seattle Office?716 Second Avenue | I <11 IPt I ? Allen Shattnck. - Agent l\orthland Steamship Co. TT""Z^= ? John Hcn.ion. Douituui Accent REGULAR FAST SERVICE BETWEEN -EATTLK AND JUNEAU AL-KI, Southbound . . . Oct. 15 FARES TO SEA 1"CLE: *'irst Class $19. Second Class $12 | Pacific Alaska Navigation Company ALASKA PACIFIC STEAM SHIP CO. Plight Sound-California Route' Seat:le-San Francisco. con-M necting with 3.S. Vale and ; S.S. Harvard for Southern California Ports. ALASKA COAST CO. Puget Sound-Alaska Route, from Tacoma and Seattle for Ketchikan. Petersburg, Ju ieau. Yakutat, Katalla, Cor dova. Yaldez, Ellamar, Port Wella. LaTouche, Seward. Cook Inlet points and Kodiak. Ad. Watson, Westbound Oct 13 Ad. Evans, South Oct V Right reserved to change sailing dates without noQca. Geo. J. McCarthy, Agt. H. R. Shepard <1 Son, City Ticket Agents Phone 217 ; |t 11 i i: 11111 m i ii i m m m m m i m m m m 111 ih The White Pass S Yukon Route:: . THE ROUTE OF COMFORT, SPEED, SERVICE, SAFETY :: .. Through tickets to and from Dawson. Fairbanks, all Interior Abulia and Yukon River points ?? ? ? During season of navigation our tleet of modern, up-to-date steamer* will operate regularly * i *' the entire length of Yukon River and tributaries, giving a service nover before equalled. *' Our daily train service between Skaguay and White Horse has been improved by the addition ** I! OF MODERN PARLOR OBSERVATION CARS ^ which are splendidly equipped with comfortable leather chairs, writing desks, card tabled, : , dressing rooms, etc.. affording travelers an opportunity to view the famous White Pass . , , , scenery in ease and comfort. For full information apply to . , :: J. E. DEMPSEY. Traffic Manager - SKAGUA\, ALASKA V. - ll t I I 1 I I I 1 I I i I I I I !? I-1 I !? ; I I I H"M !? 1 H I 1-1 -I d-1 I I 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 i t ? For Seattle, Prince Rupert | Ketchikan, Wrangell and i Petersburg. ? Seattle. Oct. 10-21; Nov. 1 T Spokane, Oct. 14 and 25. For Skagway and Haines * Spokane, Oct. 13 and 24 < ? City Seattle, Oct. 9-20-31. connects at Skagway tor J J Dawson and all Yukon ;; River points. JI connects \r sums for ? ? SAN FRANCISCO, LOS ANGELES, SAN DIEGO and all California Points ? X Throutth tickets sold everywhere ia United States and Canada X i LOW RATES- Luncest and finest passeniror steamers on P. G -UNEXCELLED SERVICE < f * For lull particulars apply i , 4 H. BRANDT. G. A. P. D? Sbattljc. Wash. d. h. SWING. Asent. JtmsAU. Alaska < > J RIGHTS &ESERVBD TO CHANGE SCHEDULES;; FINE POULTRY Full line fresh and cured meats-Government Inspected. Try our Wild Roeo Lar.i Frye-Bruhn Market AAZl:Ts":r" i S. H. MILLWEE I ;; LAWYER | ; I Notary Public f < > 2TU-2P6 Soward Building Juneau. Alaska X r ===11 * A. H. HUMPHERIES GENERAL TRANSFER Heavy Hauling a Specialty Phonea?Office 258, Barne 224 Office, Valentine BIdg. ? + l-l I I II I 1 I I 1 1 I 1 I I I I 1 I I t II II The Grotto ;; Saloon and Liquor Store ;; I! UVF.I.I.F. & BROPHY * | Proprietor* Front St :: JUNEAU m 11111 n 111111111 m 1111 Try a Mecca _ | "Smooth as Silk" Pabst's Blue Ribbon Beer On Draught AT THE MECCA 42 FRONT 8T. j CONWAY & SECREST ;M III II II II II II II II II II I ? I A. Benson &^rs ;:|i | Stand at Wills' Grocery Store 11 j , Phone* 4-9 or 3-S-5 ) J' I ' ORDERS PROMPTLY EXECUTED . . ' Hi Jinn i JUNEAU FERRY A NAV. CO. Summer Schedule In Effect June 22, 1914. Leave Juneau for Douglas, Treadwell and Thane. 6:00 A. M. 1:00 P. M. 6:30 P. M. 8:00 A. M. *3:00 P. M. *8:00 P. M. . *9:00 A. M. *4:00 P. M. 9:30 P. M. j 11:00 A.M. 5:00 P.M. 11:00 P.M. Saturday Night Only?12:00 P. M. ; Trips marked (?) do not call at Thane, -eave Douglas for Treadwell and Thane 6:10 A.M. 1:10 P.M. 6:40 P.M. 8:10 A.M. *3:15 P.M. *8:15 P. M. ?9:10 A. M. *4:15 P. M. 9:40 P. M. 11:10 A. M. 5:10 P. M. 11:15 P. M. Saturday Night Only?*12:20 A. M. Trips marked (?) do not call at Thane. Leave Thane for Treadwell, Douglas 8:15 A.M. 1:15 P.M. 6:45 PM. 11:15 A.M. 9:45 P.M. 11:15 A.M. 4:20 P.M. 9:45 P.M. 5:15 P. M. 11:20 P. M. Saturday Night Only?12:20 A. M. (? Does not call at Treadwell on return) Leave Treadwell fop Thane and Juneau. 1 6:25 A.M. 1:25 P.M. 9:55 P.M. 8:25 A.M. 5:25 P.M. 11:30 P.M. 11:25 A.M. 6:55 P.M. Saturday Night Only?12:30 A. M. Leave Treadwell for Douglas and Ju- j neau. . 6:35 A. M. 1:35 P. M. 8:20 P. M. 1 8:35 A.M. 3:20 P.M. 10:05 P.M. 1 9:15 A.M. 4:20 P.M. 11:20 P. M. * 11:35 A.M. 7:05 P.M. fi Saturday Night Only?12:20 A. M. I Leave Douglas for Juneau: h 6:40 A.M. 1:40 P.M. 7:10 P.M.. 8:40 A. M. 3:30 P. M. 8:30 P. M. ? 9:20 A. M. 4:30 P. M. 10:10 P. M. 11:40 A. M. 5:35 P. M. 11:40 P. M. r Saturday Night Only?12:40 A. M. 1 8 HUNTER HOTEL : DOUGLAS, ALASKA 8 *? s Strictly First-Class. Always k on Hand: Choice Wi#es,liquors ] 0 and Cigars. Our Specialty? ! Mixed Drinks. Front St, opp. Ferry Landing ? B. CONRAD, Prop. i r RUDOLPH B LA HUT. M*rourer , Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer On Draught ??+??**????*+*?> * ? * LEAGUE BASEBALL ? * ? ? #?+?*?+?????????? PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE. Won Lost Pet. Portland 100 75 .571 San Francisco ........ 108 88 .551 Loa Angeles 103 86 .546 Venice ....." 102 88 .537 Sacramento - - 84 ,110 .428 Oakland .... 73 118 .382 BIG LEAGUE CLUBS REJECTED BRAVES New York?Boston players who have been with other big league teams num ber 16, including "Tom" Hughes, a one-time Yankee, who Joined the Bos ton graves after a wining season with Rochester, of the International league. Hughes Is not eligible for world's ser ies work. Stallings played, with the Brooklyn Nationals, of 1890 as a catch er and was also with Philadelphia Na tionals as player and later manager. His most recent big league engage ments have been with the Detroit Americans League team of 1901 as outfielder and manager and the New York Americans of 1909 and 1910. Hess Bvers, Devore and Smith are the only active Braves who were "up" there" long enough to be considered regulars in the big show. The chas ing of "Dick" Rudolph and "Hank" Gowdy by John McGraw, "Joe" Con nolly by Clark Griffin and the passing of "Charlie" Schmidt from the Yan kees as a pitcher was due to inex perience. Braves with the big league "pasts" are: Mitchell?Boston, Philadelphia, and Now York Americans and Brooklyn and Philadelphia Nationals. Hess?Cleveland Americana. Evers?Chicago Nationals Connolly?Washington Americans. Devore?New York, Cincinnati, and Philadelphia Nationals. Schmidt?New York Americans. Rudolph?New York Nationals. Cotterell?Pltsburgh Nationals and Philadelphia Americans. Cather?St. Louis Nationals. Whaling?Cleveland Americans. Davis?New York Americans. Smith?Biooklyn Nationals. Gowdy?New York Nationals. Deal?Detroit Americans. Strand?Boston Americans. Stallings Always Winner. Stallings has been with more pen nant winning teams thau any of the players. He was a catcher with Stock ton. of the California State League, in 1S88, and with the Oakland, (Cal) pennant winning team of 1889. In 1891 and 1S92 he was with the San Jose (Cal.) championship team and in 1895 I with Nashville, another flag honored team. The Buffalo club of the pres 1 ent International League, which he managed, won the championship in 1904 and 1906. But the mirical man hasn't gotten into his books as man ager of a major league pennant win fttag team. Evers World Series Guide. With the Cubs in 1906, 1907, 1908, and 1910, "Johnny" Evers got world's series experience, although kept from the latter classic by an injury. Fred Mitchell, whose real name is Yapp, but who changed it when he figured on the hardships a player with that mon aker would encounter when breaking from the bushes into a big league, was with the Athletics in 1902, the first American League pennant winner un der Connie Mack's regime in Phila delphia, "Josh" Devore was with the Giants of 1911 and 1912. Pennant winning experience of the Braves has been confined mostly to minor leagues. &LUKWAN NATIVES TO OPERATE CANNERIES * Machinery and utensils for a small canning outfit were installed at Kluk wan this year and several of the na tives were taught how to operate in that line. Many of them succeeded in packing vegetables, goat meat, and salmon. As soon as the Indians take hold of the idea in earnest, an at tempt will be made to establish a ca pacity cannery for the purpose of packing the product of the country for the market W. G. Beattle, superintendent of In dian schools for Southeastern Alaska, who recently returned from a visit to Haines and Klukwan, Reports that the schools in those sectious arc in good condition, and that F. R. Shaver, government teacher at Klukwan, aroused interest in the agricultural feature of the schools. Nearly all of the natives that attempted to farm Lhis past summer were successful, es pecially in root crops. FINDS DEN OF BLACK FOXES j VALDEZ, Oct. 7.?Andy Conrad, the felchina prospector, Is one jnan in hat district who feels that his sum ner has not been wasted even if he t ins been unsuccessful In his search for j ;old. While prospecting in the Tal- 1 Leetna mountains a few weeks ago, 1 e had the good fortune to come across * he den of a family of black foxes. ' 'he animals showed no fear and Con ad got close enough to see that the j ur was not in prime condition, as it a howed a brownish tinge. He was for unate in locating their den, and has ' tade preparations to take them alive ? nd should realize a good price from ome of the fox breeders He will pend the winter trapping in the Tal- L eetna mountains.?Valdez Prospect- a r. 8 , . . J RINK NEWS. ji ?*? Skating every evening at Jaxon's Ink. (???) ? f 1 F Empire want ads get results. L ! NEW TYPE OF DREDGES FOR CIRCLE DIGGINGS J Abe Spring, former U. S. commis sioner at Circle City, passed through Juneau on the City of Seattle yes terday enroute to Seattle for the winter. Mr. Spring says that the Cir cle City district Is getting ready for the new method of mining in the North. The Berry dredge is lying on the banks of the Yukon at Circle and will be hauled out to Mammoth creek over tho trail during tho coming wintor and be set up read for opera tions In the spring. "This Is a Bmull tent dredge," said Mr. Spring, "and If it Is successful a dozen others will be Installed at once. You Bee, the pay In the Birch creek diggings lies largoly In the hard bedrock. Tho miners have boon try ing to extract the values by Ijydraullc methods and taking up the bedrock tut there has been so much lack of water that operations for nny season are extremely problematical. Tho or dinary dredge will not handle the ex tremely hard bedrock-of that country. The test dredge that Is now being tak en In has been made to handle this bedrock. While it is small It Is very powerful and designed for work It Is to do. Everyone expects It to bo a success and to bo followed by tho installation of many others. Thero Is a groat deal of ground In the Birch creek section that can be mined this way If the dredge can do the work successfully." Mr. Spring is a real old sourdough, having come to Alaska In 1897. He says that Juneau has changed much since he saw It last. In 1897 he could only get as far as Juneau on tho reg ular boats from Seattle and was com pelled to take passage on tho Rustler from this place to Dyea. This is his first trip to the States In Ave years. RUSH THROUGH BELGIUM IN MIND IN 1911 LONDON.?The Belgium govern ment has issued a gray book of cor respondence relative to the war. The facts disclosed have been almost com pletely covered by similar British correspondence, but ,the interesting revelations are made that in 1911 the Belgian government sought to obtain from Germany a declaration that Ger many had no Intention of violating Belgian neutrality. The German chancellor replied that although Germany had no such inten tion, a public declaration to that ef fect would weaken Germany's mili tary position by reassuring France, which would in that case concentrate ,all her forces on the East. It was for this reason that no dec laration of the kind Belgium sought was made in the Reichstag, and this is held to prove that Germany for a long time contemplated a dash through Belgium on France. It further appears that Belgium made a last attempt to dissuade Ger many from her enterprise by send ing an intimation to the German gov ernment that it was wrong to infer that France had any intention of vio lating Belgian neutrality, and further, that even if sho did, Belgium would oppose the invaders by a vigorous ro sistence. SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION | In the United States Commissioner's 1 Court, Precinct of Juneau, Before Jno. B. Marshal, U. S. Com- 1 missioner and Ex-offlclo Justice of the Peace. OLE ORSEN, Plaintiff, vs. BLAG . Tommy, Defendant. The Territory of Alaska, to Blag , Tommy, the above named defendant: . You are hereby summoned to ap pear before the undersigned Commis sioner r.nd Ex-Officio Justice of the Peace in Juneau Precinct, in said Di- - vision and Territory, within thirty - days after the completion of the per iod of publication and service, of this , summons upon you; and, in case of your failure to appear and an swer plaintiffs complaint at the time . and place aforesaid, judgment will be taken against you for the sum of Two Hundred and Forty-Three Dollars and ? Forty Cents ($243.40,) with costs and f disbursements of this action. ] The order for publication of this - summons was made and dated Oct. 12, 1914, and the period of publica- t tion thereof is six weeks. The first 3 publication to be made cn October - 13th, and the last publication on No vember 24th, 1914. and the time with- g in which you are required to appear j and answer is on or before December _ 24th, 1914. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have v hereunto set may hand and affixed j the seal of the above-entitled court, _ this 12th day of October, 1914. (SEAL) JNO. B. MARSHALL. , U. S. Commissioner and Ex-Officio , Justice of Peace. J* Z. R. CHENEY, h Attorney For Plaintiff. First publication, Oct. 13, 1914. [.net publication, Nov. 24, 1914. ^ NOTICE OF SALE. 1 WHEREAS, on tho 10th day of Oc- . ober, 1914, the Probate Court for " Maska, Division Number One, Juneau J_ ^recinct, duly made an order in the " natter of the Estate of Robert Thomp- [ \ ion, Deceased, directing me, as Ad ninistrator of said Estate, to sell for ) [ rash: One-half of Lot Two (2) in Block ?> ^ive (5) of the City of Douglas, Al .ska, The Alden Mining Claim. Tho North Star Mining Claim, and + hree-Fourths interest in the Sleepy 4. Htten Mining Claim. NOW, THEREFORE, NOTICE IS IEREBY GIVEN, that I will, on Sfit irday, the 14th day of November, 1914, it the hour of ten o'clock a. m? of aid day, at the Court House door 'in * uneau, Alaska, Bell the above dcscrlb- r id property at public outcry to the lighest and best bidder for cash. Dated October 12th, 1914. JULIUS JENSEN, tdmlnistrator of the Estate of Robert 'hompson. Deceased, first publication, Oct. 13, 1914. jast publication, Nov. 7, 1914. _ NELCHINA DISTRICT IS VERY QUIET VALDEZ,'oct. 6.?L. P. Shaw, who was appointed by Judge Brown, to be commissioner at Nelchina when the stampede occurred to that camp last fall, has arrived in Valdez and will be here for a few days. He has appoint ed F. B. Burch, well known Seattle attorney, who Is now In Nelchina, his deputy. The latter is reported to be very capable for the position. Mr. Shaw states that there are about thirty men In the camp at the present time. Most of the men who stampeded to that section last winter and spring have drifted Into other places, but there are a few men who still have faith in Nelchina. While the camp has not developed the big things which were hoped for guld has been found in a number of places and prospectors Tjelleve that It is as good a place to prospect as any other. On Gold creek, in the Oshetna dis trict, Chas. Anderson is reported to have located fair prospects and will further develop his ground. On Reid creek, located by Prank Reid, the well known Valdez packor, Reid, Bud Tolson, Andy Berglund and Johnny Corrigan, report they have good pros pects and will also develop their min ing claims. On Albert crook, where the find was made which caused the stampede to the district, there are bIx men work ing. The owners of Discovery, Olson, Getchel, Kemp and Andeson will take in supplies this winter in preparation for next summer's operations. Mc Cormack and Anderson are also en deavoring to develop a paystreak. Wernchke, Meredith and Bertch, working on a tributary of Sleigh creek, report good prospects. Sleigh is a tributary of Crooked creek. What promises to be one of the deepest shafts in Alaska is being put to bedrock by Decker and associates. The shaft is now down 190 feet. Sev eral stratas of gold- bearing gravel have been penetrated and the men are hopeful that they will find good pay on bedrock. They are from Koy ukuk and are using a small thawer.? Valdez Prospector. A complete line of art linens and embroidery materials Just in at Mrs. Sherman's Millinery, 131 Front St. ??? *++***++++*+++++ * CLASSIFIED ADV. ? * + f + * + * + * + * + * + * + ** GIRL WANTED?For general house work. Apply to Mrs. E. W. Christoe. Tread well. 9-18-tf FOR RENT.?Four room house, partly furnished, inquire Mrs. Mont gomery Davis, 202 E. 6th St. 10-S-tf. FOR RENT?Modern 6-room house, with bath, near, electric light plant. Alaska Supply Co. 9-30-tf FOR, RENT.?Two newly furnished ?ooms for gentlumen. Heat, bath and jhone. Lockie McKinnon, Main and ?lrst street D-25-tf. FOR RENT?Furnished rooms and ipartments, either single or en suite or housekeeping. Apply at office, No. Hogan's Flats. Phono 209. 9-23-tf FOR RENT?nice, clean rooms with >r without board, apply at City cafe, 55 Lower Front St. 9-1-lmo. FOR SALE.?"Quick Meal" range, ;ood as new. Price $30.00, Enquire Smpire. 10-13-tf. Steam headtcd rooms, $10.00 up vlth, or without board, 535 Main St. 'hone 3805. 10-5-lm. High class board and room In resl cnce district, reasonable price; excel ent home-cooking; very cheerful and lomelike. St. George House, Mrs. A. j 2. Vestal. Phone 604. 4-18-tf. Fire proor clinker chlmmnoy blocks, uneau Construction Co., phone 388. 10-2-lm.) Dress making and tailoring by the ay, references given, $3.00 per day, ranees Lowls, 326 3rd St. 10-5-2w. 1 HI Mi 111 III 1 111 I Mi 1 I H Miss Edith Kempthorne ;; ; w ;; PIAN'STE-L. R. A. M. London Glum Resume Oct. 1 *j | ? Piano?Harmony .. , Phono 3806 Miss Chabon, 6th & Main <? -H-H 1 1 1^11 1 111 I ! 1 I 1 I 11 1 1 > HEARD ON THE STREET; "Juneau has a real reastaurant." It's the Tavern Cafe, at the Cain Hotel. L < William Palh'stcr, M. D., Seattle Specialist In tho treatment of diseases and deformities of the eyo and car, noso and throat Offices: Fourth Floor. Goldstein Building Office and Residence telephone can he had from central. GERMANT?R0FE880R MAKES NOVEL JUSTIFICATION The following extracts from a Ger man professor's Justification for "Ger many's war and her violation of the neutrality of Pelglum Is from a Gor man newspaper received In Juneau, and translated by William E. Drltt: German culture and German civilization is so superior to that of other countries that any stops which now must 'bo taken to se cure this civilization are Justified, and Germany's destiny to become the dominating powor In Europe and In the world Is so clear and apparent tlint the common moral laws are Joo narrow and Inade quate for the guidance of Ger many nt the present time. PRAISE FOR NEW FEDERAL OFFICIAL D. Noll, recently appointed United States District Attorney for Ketohl kan, arrived on this morning's Spo kane from the north and took over his office In the Court house this morning. Since coming here a year or so ago Mr. Noll has built up a good practice and has made a lot of friends In Ketchikan.?Ketchikan Miner. 'iinimimiiinnniii? I) Scandinavian Hand Lanndrj | | ;) First class hand laundry done | \ ! at 223 Seventh Street. Table ? > \ ) linen a specialty. Expertoneed ! i > . and guarantee satisfaction. < ? TintMitnnIIMImmt ! r ~ i Delmonico FIRST GLASS EATING PLACE BEST OF EVERYTHING !?! Moderate Prioer. Neto and fNjcat I PHONE 211 Scandinavian Grocery For Prices!! We Have the GOODS ssrs:, llllllllllllllllllllllllllHIIHIIIIMIIIfllllH'l HI We:vie Qq|[ |f;j i; Everything in the line of Wines, Liquors, Cigars i ; j! JUNEAU LIQUOR CO.,Inc. j! ! "The Family Liquor Store"?Phone 94?Free Delivery ! tl H I U I 11 I I 11111 III I?11111 HI 111?I?I 111111 I.I 1111111 $5,000.00 was paid to advertise the 8 le of Electric Coffee Percolatere I at $7.50 each in a wjseldjr maguetne for one iseue- -i We are sellinf the be$t electric coffee percoiater mule ^ for $5.00 each, but we de met pay each an enormous sum rer < ! I advertising. ! ! : I ALASKA ELECTRIC LIGHT & POWER CO. j Third and Franklin eta. Jimenu, Alaska. J Ti 1111 m ?111111111 h 111 mm 11?ie n 111 ret milium r ? | l IT1-1-1 I I l"I' I I I < If I 1 III I H I H I ? ? ? "? IV ~M S7 m E] Give on one trial and we will traat you no well yoo wfll waat ' ' ff VI to come back. We feature Reliance Biand, ercry article ab- jj J * eolntcly iroaraaieed. Tour mo>s; refunded If you are set , ? ?? />( m m thoroughly satisfied. Prompt attention ctvcn to sH eiders. ;; vJlOVanettl 514 Calhoun Are. Telephone !! -j- ?? ?H-H-H-i-H-H-H-H 1 1 1 1 Hid 111 t) Hi I 1 H 11 HI 1 1 II 1 IIM1 ill'k Rules Reasonable Third snTIlarcl^t^njf^nmeaa? TheBERGMANN - Newly built and newly furnished, modern In all reapecta, steam heated, electric lighted, hot and cold water In every room; bath an every floor, including a shower bath. Sanitary conditions perfect. Dining room In connection. _ ? Beer lOca Glass LOUVRE BAR Free Moving Picture 8how* Every Afternoon and Evening 1 'C WILLIAM 8CRIBNER, Mngr. I I I I I 11!I I 11?I I I"IIH111H11HI CH111111111IIII11 HIt ; Heidelberg Liqour Co., Inc. ii Largest Stock Best Brands of ]! Imported and Domestic Liquors ;; and Wines for Family Use. ; : FREE CONCERT EVERY EVENING 7 TILL 12 ; free Delivery MAIL ORDERS A SPECIALTY Phone 386 . '; 111111: II; 11 i 1111111111;? 11111111I m I 1111111HIim ? pa H hen ordering BEER " * * ? insist on RAINIER PALE i ? ???????r???^????? SALE OF CUT GLASS and FINE CHIN AW ARE AT J I I CHARICK I I. J. W JJEWELER and R 0-y0 ^ OPTICIAN U JUNEAU, - ALASKA | COMFORTABLE WINTER QUARTERS AT THE OCCIDENTAL HOTEL Prepare for cold weather by getting a steam heated room. Best possible rates for permanent rodm er during the winter months.