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family placed in the position described in the
following ads:
Want Column
WANTED?By a widow with live
small children, food and raiment. Un
til recently was supported by husband,
who has died without life insurance.
Address "A," care "Pulse."
WANTED?By a man in ill health
"any old kiud" of life Insurance that
will offer protection to his family af
ter his death, which will occur soon.
Address "Procrastinator," Around the
Corner.
REWARD?A liberal reward is of
fered by an invalid for the restoration
of a policy which he lapsed while in
good health. Address "Shortsighted."
13 Short street
WANTED?Wanted a home by a
bright little boy. seven years old. and
a sweet little girl, Ave years old, or
phans, whose father died without life
insurance. Address "Orphan," care
Children's Home.
IT IS BETTER TO BE SAFE THAN SORRY
A 3-in-l Policy in the NORTHERN LIFE
always protects you.
Get it now?tomorrow may be too late. Pro
fit by the sad experience of others.
Address communications to
A. E. Ransom, Division Superintendent for Alaska Alaskan Hotel jj
AN "OLD LINE" COMPANY WITH "NEW LINE" IDEAS
insurance ca
. j ^ I* S200.000.00 Dcpoalted with State Tuuaur
k|0 !kbs3?lphr:
I | II Premmmj Paid for Yon on Your Li/o If
PcnuMitljr Disabled
Hoar Office, SVhite Balldmo. Seattle, 0. S. A.
A F RANDOM. Dir. SaDt. for Alaska. Alaskan Hotel, Juneau
LOOK
(The Bread of Quality I
FOR SALE BY ALL
FIRST-CLASS GROCERS
Rolls, Cakes and Pastry Fresh I
Erery Day at Noon
pn t prMO XU-STYI.E I
IjIvAr r o bakery I
330 FRANKLIN ST. PHONE 206 [
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j Juneau Transfer Co.?
? PHONE ?
? WE ALWAYS HAVE
I COAL I
i Moving Carefuil -Done ;;
| STORAGE t
? Baggage to and from All Boats j |
37 FRONT 8T. '!
I Peerless Bakery
Bakers of Fine Pastry of all
kinds. Only the best of mater
ial used. Try the Peerless brand.
Its Quality insures its continuous
use. + + +? + + + +
PEERLESS BAKERY
(Formerly Lempke's)
THEO. HEYDER, Pr opr.
125 Front St. Phone 222
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GOOD SEGARS
POCKET BILLIARDS
I jf Dave's Place J
A Pipe for Every Fact
PIPE REPAIRING
IJuat Arrived?A full line of fall and < ?
X". Suits $20.00 ::
Work. Material. Style. Guaranteed < >
SATISFACTORY < ?
H. HEIOORN. Merchant Tailor ' J
222 Seward Street. JUNEAU *
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:: a ne Moruierii ..
B. H. GOLDENHAR. Prop.
NEW AND MODERN
FURNISHED ROOMS Permanent
and Transient
118 Front Phone 132
When in Seattle Stop
at the Place for
ALASKANS
It's Fire-Proof. Modern and Convenient
RATES $1.00 Per Day and Up
HOTEL BARKER
CoraerPike and Sink
Free Auto Boa Meets all Boats and Trains
C. O. Walaton & Conrad Freed inc. Props.
ALASKAN SOURDOUGHS
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B. M. Behrends Co., Inc.
CARPET DEPT.
SWhen you want a carpet or linol
eum resewed or relaid, phone us, we
have an expert'carpet layer now and
can do your work promptly and do
it right. Now is the time to pick out
that new rug or carpet you have
been thinking about while our stock
is complete. Window shades of all
sizes, made to order. You are doing
yourself an injustice if you buy
without seeing our line and getting
our prices. J
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* ARE YOU GOING TO BUILD? ^
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* Are you going to repair your *1
> house? See George E. Brown, ?!
Contractor & Builder, Douglas *1
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| AnCTIt BnOrntnriUUU.
Juneau Camp, No. 31, meets
; every Tuesday night at eight
o'clock at Moose hall.
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DR. H.VANCE;
The
osteopath:
Rooms 5 and 6 Malony Bids
Consultation and Examination .
]jl Free. Phono 262. *
T Graduate American School of )
f Osteopathy, Klrksvllle, Mo. ?
Seven years' active practice.
Office hours, 9 to 12 m. 1 to S !
p. m., or by appointment [
4-i ' i ; i i I-H J 1111111 M I'
f L. G Thoma-t Merl F. Thomas i
X Alaska Furniture S Indertaking 4
X Co., Inc. I
? Funeral Directors & Fmbalmers 4
V Douglas Alaska ?
THE BEST LOAF OF
BREAD \
.
| la 8old At
| San Francisco Bakery'
? G. MESSEKSCciMIOT. Prop. J
G. K. GILBERT
PLUMBING and
SHEET METAL WORKS
121 Front SL Phone 358
m
Remington Typewriter Company
has eitiUisixil an office in Jancao at
tlie corner of Front and Main Streeta.
Come in and get the latest Remington
Idea. t 1 1
; HOTEL ARCTIC
Mrs. Birdie Fowler, Prop.
FURNISHED ROOMS
Permanent or Transient
Clean, Quiet and Homelike
OO PPflWT ?T pwnwF wo
PETTIT & HARVE1
Rentals and General Collections
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
Auditing and Accounting
Agents Northern Life Insurance Co.
Cheney Bidg. Phone 29
The Alaska Political Situation in a Nutshell
President Woodrow
Wilson
?and his administration
saved Alaska from stagna
tion and decay.
Charles E. Bunnell
'* ?Democratic Nominee for
Delegate to Congress, repre
sents the Wilson policies in
Alaska. Show your appre
ciation for the Administra
tion's efforts in your behalf
and encourage it to greater
efforts by supporting and
voting for him.
PRESIDENT WOODROW WILSON, >vko saved Alaska
Election: Nov. 3, 1914
CopywrlifhUxl Photo by A. C. Mercer |
CHARLES E. BUNNELL, who supports the Wilson policies
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FN DIANA'S DISEASE
PREVENTION DAY
?
(Journal of American Medical
Association.)
Health administration in Indiana has
for a long time past been vigorous and
energetic, as it Is In many of our oth
er states. It has also been unique,
peculiarly up-to-date and popular In
its methods of attracting attention and
affording instruction. The latest ac-1
tlvlty of the health forces of the state'
is thoroughly characteristic. Governor
Ralston has issued a proclamation doB-j
ignating Friday, Oct. 2, 1914, as DIs-1
ease Prevention Day. He urges the
cities and towns throughout the state
co make special arrangements for ap
propriate exercises, emphasizing the
importance of public health, and the
|, joint responsibility of all citizens
P therefore in order to inspire in them
? a desire to co-operate in all sane ef
? forts for the prevention of physical
P diseases. The btuio board of health
? has prepared a special bulletin con
P mining a copy of the governor's proc
P tarnation and suggestions for the celc
, oration of Disease Prevention Day in
I the towns of Indiana. Some of these
suggestions are terso and apt and de
serve to be circulated.
"Get up a public-health procession,
in cities the mayor should head the
y procession; in towns the town board
[? of trustees, the town board of health,
L under the law, should lead. Thero
P should be a brass band; drums and
L trumpets should be used; music is:
[ necessary for a processiou; school
I girls dressed white bearing banners?
? ,-Ith health mottoes, boys in white'
or otherwise neatly dressed carrying1
tanners with health mottoes. Where j
t'uero are high schools, the pupils
should try to present some original
Idea representing the Importance of
disease prevention."
r The advice to business men is oquai-i
. ly emphatic.
(? "Business men should be represent
[ ed in the procession. The most im
t porta: l business bcforo the business
j 'man today is the business of public;
i health. Retail stores should dress:
[ their,windows in articles that deal In.
? belong to or hint at cleanliness and ;
I health. Hardware stores can show j
? garbage cans, garden hose, fly traps,'
? and rat traps. Dry goods merchants!
can show a pile of towelB and soap i
arranged around a bathtub. Grccersi
can make pure food displays nnd so J
can restaurants."
Jn/Hvl/1tinl nlti7ono iQ I
lilt; UUVlViO 11/ HIU*?JU*4U? v.w-vmm .w,
equally direct, so that no one can feel j
: that he is being omitted or has no!
part in the celebration.
( "Let every borne, each front yard
i and back yard, the rears of stores and
k all streets and alleys be made espec
? lally clean for Disease Prevention Day.
ILet each person wear clean clothes on
that day, take a bath, put on a clean
| shirt, clean socks and clean collars
and get his shoes shined. Get a hair
cut and a shave, wash your hands and
face, clean your finger nails and don't
II spit on the sidewalk. Let everybody
be clean and tall of cleaniness and
health."
Suggested mottoes for Disease Pre
vention Day are also contained in the
bulletin. Some of these are:
"The only good fly is the dead fly."
"Well-kept alleys pay better divi
_ dends than well-kept cemeteries."
_ "Public health is public wealth."
"Bat the rat and swat the fly."
"Don't take patent-medicines."
"All the time Is clean-up time."
"Dust, dirt, dampness, darkness,
drink, will always kill."
That the state board of health does
not hesitate to follow its own sug
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T Scandinavian Hand Lanndry \
r First class hand laundry done [
at 323 Seventh Street. Table !
' linen a specialty. Experienced \
and guarantee satisfaction.
__ iiiiiiii i iiiiiiii ii i ii un
gestlous is shown by the public-health
side-show recently given at the Indiana
State Fair. A largo circus tent was
installed on the fair grounds with ban
ners depicting health toplce displayed i
In front after the manner of the time- j
honored side-show. The secretary of I'
the State Association for the Study i
and Prevention of Tuberculosis acted
as barker for the show, and through
a megaphone, announced to the gath
ered crowds the attractions to be seen
within the tent. The Indianapolis
Newsboys' band gave serenades at in
tervals in front to attract the people.
Inside the tent, lectures illustrated
with lantern slides and moving pic
ures exhibits, charts, and demonstra
tions on various health topics all
served to emphasize the importance
aud value of health. It is estimated
that over twenty thousand people pass
ed through the tent during the Stato
Fair. This sort of a campaign will
certainly have a marked result on
public sentiment and eventually on
permanent health conditions in tho
state. The people of Indiana are to
be congratulated on having a state
board of health that is active and pro- -
gressivo and especially on having a
broad-minded, intelligent, and public
splrlted governor who is sufficiently
interested In .the welfare of his peo
ple to place himself at tho head of
the public health movement in the
Stato.
WONDERFUL PREDICTION
BY CATHOLIC PRIEST
?*?
A prediction made by Dom Bosco,
a Catholic Priest of Portugal, who
died ten years ago, was published in
the Paris "Matin" in June, 1901:
"A European war will break out in
1913 or 1914. Germany will bo dis
membered, not, howevefT until she
shall have penetrated into the heart
of France. There a mighty arm will
hurl the Germans back across tho
Rhine. The man of pride will see his
tree shattered and crushed to the
roots and trodden under foot by all.
The great battle will take placo be
tween the two days of Our Lady, viz:
between August 15, and September
15. when the Pope shall bo dead and
live again. Belgium will undergo
great suffering, from which she will
emerge increased in strength and
much admired. Poland will regain
her rights."
Empire ads reach buyers.
RHEIMS RUINED
BEYOND REPAIR
*
LONDON.?Novelist Thomas Har-,
dy, himself au architect in early days,
has written a striking letter on the:
bombardment of the Rhsiins Cathed-i
nil, from which the Daily News pub-'
iishes an extract as follows:
"Gothic architecture has been a dead j
art for the past 300 years, in spite;
of imitations thrown broadcast over
the land; and much of what hns gone
from this fine structure has gone for-;
ever.
..mu- 1,1 trlonn nt I
1 lit? MlU&lilliCUill oiuiutu ,
the Cathedral probably will be found
to have suffered moat. How is that'
to be renewed? Some of it dated to
the thirteenth century and is inimi
table by any hand (workers in the craft!
nowadays. Then there was sculpture, j
mouldings, and other details, and,
moreover, their antiquo history. How
can that history bo imparted to a re
newal?
"If I had been told three months
ago that any inhabitants of Europe {
would wilfully damage ruch a master-1
piece as the Rhcims Cathedral, in any!
circumstance whatever, I should have [
thought it an incredible statement.
"Is there any remote chance of de-j
vastation being accidental, partly ac
cidental, or contrary to orders of su
perior officers? This ought to bo Ir
refutably established, since, on it des
cends the question whether German
civilization shall become a byword
forever.
"Should it turn out to be predeter
mined destruction, as an object les
son of the Gorman ruling castles, it
will strongly suggest what a disas
trous blight on tho glory and nobility
of that great nation has been wrought
by tho writings of Nietzche and his
followers, Treitschke, Bernhardi, and
others.
"I should think there was no in
stance, since history began, of a coun
try being so demoralized by a single
writer, tho irony being that he was a!
megolomaniac, and not truly a philo-j
sopher. What puzzles one is to uu-i
derstand how the profounder thinkers'
of Germany, and, to some extent, else
where, can have been so dazzled by
this writer's bombastic poetry, for it
Is a sort of prose poetry, as to be
blinded to the fallacy of his arguments
if they can be called arguments, but
which are off-hand assumptions.
"His postulates as to what life is
on this earth have no resemblance to
reality, yet he and his school seem
to have eclipsed for a time in Ger
many the closely reasoned philoso
phies of such men as Schopenhauser.
It is rather tough on the latter that
his views of life should be swept
into one net with those of NIetzche,
Treitschke, and the rest."
On Dolphin, fresh carnations, viol
ets, roses, chrysanthemums at Win
ter & Pond's. 10-20-tf
Just arrived?new shipment of coats
at The "Fashion." 10-20-tf
Fire proof clinker chimmney blocks,
Juneau Construction Co., phone 388.
(10-2-lm.)
FULL
QUART
ininimiinnmmiinHBa
BOTTLED IN BOND
Has Had no Peers for Fifty Years
SOLD BY ALL DEALERS _
STOVES
We Have Sold 52 "Great Westerns" This Fall, making over
500 IN USE IN JUNEAU
WHY? Because They Beat Everything for Appearance, Safety, Efficiency, Quality and
LOW COST
SEE A "G.-W." AND YOU'LL BUY NO OTHER
ALASKA SUPPLY COMPANY
EXCLUSIVE AGENTS

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