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CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.-B.CXoastService
SaUimc from Jane*u for Part Stmp4on. PrttKo Kupvrt. Stvunia Alurt Buy. Vtuieouvor
Victoria Mtl Sv*tll?
PRINCESS MAL Sallo South on or about Jan. 28.
C. P. R. Ticket office!*?Orpheum Bldg and Splckott'a Poatoffice Store J
- - JOHN T. SPICKETT, Aj^nt |
| for Seattle, Prince Rupert
| Ketchikan, Wrangell and 1
\\ Petersburg. \
4 ?
^ of Seattle Jan. 20. oO
for Skagway and Haines %
I City of Seattle Jan. 21, 31 *
eonn??ts *t Skayway fvr f
Dawson and all Yukon %
RIvor nntnte %
2 cofnoxrs AT HKATTLC *O* ?
j SAN fRANCISCO, 10S ANGEIES, SAN DIEGO and all California Points ?
sold ?veryirhorv In United States and C.nir. i
<> LO.V UATBa-Lawstand Qneat pass vucerat??m.Tion 1*. C.-UNKXCKJULEU SERVICK S
f ,, ?? _ Vor full particular* apply
H. BRAJfUT. a A. P. IX.SrArn.t- W.uii. S. lu EWING. Atwnt. JutfitlV ,\us*, <>
I rights res Er V s p TO change schTdules-|
I p,r-ifir Alaska Navigation Company I
JL UVUiv A -
ALASKA PACIFIC STEAM
SHIP CO.
Pugct Sound-California Route/
Seattle-San ETanclsco. con-;'
nectlnj? with S.S. Valo and',
S.S. Harvard for Southern
? ?'? 1- DnM,
ALASKA COAST CO.
. puget Sound-Alaska Route,
^ from Tacoma and Seattle toi
:\Ketchikan. Petersburg. Ju
r joau. Yakutat, Kntalla, Cor
dova. Valdez, Ellamar, Port
Wells. LaToucbe, Seward,
Cook Inlet points and Kodiak.
U?mvnui? np
ADMIRAL WATSON WESTBOUND .. JANUARY 26
ADMIRAL EVANS WESTBOUND ....... JANUARY 29
Right reserved to change sailing d-itea without notice
Geo. J. McCarthy, Act. H. R. Shepard J? Son. City Ticket Agents
p:e, r THE WHITE PASS
Route of & yukoj,. route Sceffe
Lomjort ?s oajety
During the winter season of 1914-15 our regular train service
will be maintained North and South bound between Skaguay and
Whitehorse. trains leaving both terminals every Tuesday and Friday.
WINTER STAGE SERVICE
Our through mall, passenger and freight service will bo operated
between Whitehorso and Dawson, affording all possible comfort by
means of a THOROUGHLY EQUIPPED STAGE AND AUTOMOBILE
LINE. For full information apply to
H. WHEELER. SupL Mall Service Dept. Whitehorse, Y. T.
A. F. ZIPF, Traffic Manager. 612 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash.
11
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ft I 11 I I Pi | ? /"* Allen Shattuck. - Afccat
Northland Steamship Co. i ^-2
? John Hcmwii. Douslas Avent
REGULAR PAST SERVICE BETWEEN ..EATTLE AND JUNEAU
AL-KI, Southbound . . . Jan. 24
FARES TO SEATTLE: rirst Claw $19. Second Class $12
[?<??1-1 1 I I M M 11 1 l-i"I ! 1 I 'l'I [1 !?!?; I ! -f-J-l-W-l
ALASKA 1
STEAMSHIP COMPANY
f * 7
? Ser?l<?i Sp??) Tkktta to Stattit. T?cec a. Victcria #ml Vancouver. Through -j
tickets toSan Francisco
I JEFFERSON, North. Jan. 10, 22. South, Jan. 11, 23.
ALAMEDA, North, Jan. 19 South, Jan. 11, 26. J
MARIPOSA, North, Jan. 11, 27 South, Jan. 18; Feb. 3 Ij.
WILLIS E NOWELL. Juneau Agt. Elmer E. Smith Douglas AgL
? ? t i.i ? t i t t i i t ii ; t I I I H I-H-I-K
JUtttAU FERRY & NAV. CO.
Summer Schedule
In Effect June 22, 1914.
Leave Juneau for Douglas, Tread well
and Thane.
6:00 A. M. 1:00 P. M. 6:30 P. M
6:00 A. M. *3:00 P. M. *8:00 P. M.
?9:00 A. M. *4:00 P. M. 9:30 P. M.
11:00 A. M. 5:00 P. M. 11:00 P. M
Saturday Night Only?12:00 P. M.
Trips marked (?) do not eall at.Thano.
-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. VI.
Trips marked (?) do not call at Thane.
Leave Thane for Tread-well, Douglas
8:15 A. M. 1:15 P. M. 6:45 P M.
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 Troadweli on
return)
Leave Treadwell for Than?
and Juneau.
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
neau.
6:35 A. M. 1:35 P. M. 8:20 P. M.
8:35 A. M. 3:20 P. M. 10:05 P. M.
9:15 A. M. 4:20 P. M. 11:20 P. M.
11:35 A.M. 7:05 P.M.
Saturday Night Only?12:20 A. M.
Leave Douglaa for Juneau:
6:40 A. M. 1:40 P. VI. 7:10 P. VI.
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. it. 11:40 P. VI.
Comrriav vighr Only?12:40 A. M
TRY A V |
MECCA FIZZ 1
"SMOOTH AS SILK"
Pabst's Blue Ribbon Beer y
On Draught
:? at the ?:> ei
MECCAI
Coa?ij S Sccrot 42 From St.
H.L FAULKNER and 1
X S. H. MILLWEE, %
:: LAWYERS ?
JI Notary Public J
< ? 20V-0O5 Seward BuOdhuc J cacao. AhaVa ?)
< > *
1 ??????Hill)
I Armours
"STAR"
-r^_
I UtS'feEftCOX.toa
For a
Delicious |
Break
Dinner |i
or
J Sopptf 5
?J "SWEET AS A MJT" 1
I" ":l
| The Alaska Grill |
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Tiic Be.<t Appointed v
^. Place in Town ;
;! Best of Everything Served a
at Moderate Prices
I .unn iM tum n! n i > i \?j
I I When in Seattle Stop
at the Place for
ALASKANS
It'* Ffro-Proof. Modern and Convenient
RATES $1.00 Per Day and Up
HOTEL BARKER
Gjra;rfl!ct art J Sixth
C. 0. Walston & Conrad Freud im:. Prop*, in
ALASKAN SOURDOUGHS
d-t.T. r ' t t r r t : * t r ,i i t i r t l t I 1.1
!?'D R. H.' V ANCEl
Tho
jii OSTEOPATH I
~ Rooms 5 and 6 Malony 8Idg. j
j - Consultation and Examination .{.
.! Free. Phone 262. T
! .1 Graduate American School o 1 V
Osteopathy, Kirksviile, Mo.
Seven years' active practice.
J- OITico hourc, 9 to 12 m. 1 to 5 7.
p. m.. or by appointment. V
! I M I Ml : I J-l-l' 11 I'H'i i-h-TT
- ??? imrnmrnm i. ???? ? ? .-r uilv. . ii_." ?nr"* ----- ?* 1 r'f"5"
IThc 9 J
wiSew fjam
Oifers the most richly furnished
and thoroughly heated rooms at
Special WinterKates
Large well lighted rooms. La
dies' parlor: rree Library. Com
mercial sample rooms.
Five story reinforced concrete
biulding.
Beautiful view down the chart
mjnel and over the city. ,
|t THE BEST LOAF OF | '
1 BREAD ti
? . . - I ,
?? Sold At
| San Francisco Bakery i I
| 0. aESSEugPrfSUDT. Ptop. 1
Willie Rltchip lias begun training
for h'r. bout with Froddie Welch tD
New York on February 9. The match
will be at catch weights.
In affidavits to bo preacntod in the
claims that the conduct of organized
baseball is In violatlou of the anti
have been exchanged for dogs.
Mordccai Erown, former White Sox
Federals, recites ono specific instance
for a bulldog.
Another Instance of. a similar ex
pitcher named Hopper, who It is now
claimed, Rogor Brosnanhan traded to
Richard Kin sella for a bird dog.
Brcsnohan has since denied the lat
Broad Jump Champion Ready.
AI. Guttcrson, the big Vermont ath
Jumping 24 foct 11 1-2 inchos in the
running broad Jump at tho Stockholm
Olympic gamos in 1912, has decided
that ho Is far from being pas30, and
gives out the Information that ho will
Amorlcan games at tho San Francisco
exposition.
To Play Indoor Baseball.
Tho C. W. Young Tigers will piny a
picked team n match game of Indoor '?
baseball at the local rink next Monday i
night. It was announced today. The
lineup, and the darkhorses arc also
said to be formidable.
Meanwhile tho negotiations for a
game between tho Tigers and tho Ped
dlers are pending. Among the stars
of the Peddlers are Adsit, Cosgrovo,
Hart. Ferguson, Van Mavern, Meherin
Vingar and Scott.
Dugan War Refugee.
Eddie Dugan. brother of the famous
Willlo Dugan, and at ono time one of
tho most popular and succosful jock
eyes at tho Emeryville track, Oakland,
has returned to San Francisco, accom
panied by Mrs. Dugan. Dugan made
a hurried departure from tho war zone
of Russia, and had an exciting exper
ience In making his way to Hong
kong to tako tho steamship for Amor
lea.
The little rider has been campaign
ing on the Russian tracks for tho past
two seasons with his brother and was
meeting with much success when the
strife put a sudden end to the turf ac
McCarthy Comes Back.
Tommy McCarthy, who wa3 unfor
tunate-enough to run his chin against
one of Gunboat Smith's wallops, evi
dently wasn't broken in spirit, for ho
toppled Sailor Fritz in Brooklyn, New
Year's day in short order. Frits is
a hard citizen to beat, but Montana
Tommy measured him and ho was on
tho high road to success again, de
spite the suggestion that ho could nov
er live down the dreadful thumping
at the hands of the ox-man-o'-wars
man.
Athletes Welcome Burglar.
"What I needed was a couple of
Ivrupps for lntorforcnce," Joe Murphy,
150-pound Chicago burglar, told the
Windy city police after he had at
tempted to burglarize a room occupied
by Babe Meigs, former University of
Chicago and All-Western lineman;
Jim Meigs, former heavyweight wrest
ling champion of the University of
Chicago, and Charles Stnrbuck, for
mor captain of the Cornell football
eleven, who is spending the holidays
with the Meigs brothers.
John L. Is Hopeful.
John L. Sullivan is 56 years old. but
ho says he expects to live to 100. He
says: "There's no reason yhy a man
shouldn't live a century If there is no
thing organically wrong with him. Al
though I have lived only 56 years, I
have seen as much as a man ordinar
ily would sec In 156 years. I have gone
through It all and - kept my health.
Ten years ngo I cut out drinking and
have not touched a drop of anything
alcoholic sinco. But I am not a pro-!
hlbitionist, because I think prohibi
tion Is wrong in principle. It doesn't
go anywhere, because it cannot be
enforced, and it makes lawbreakors."
??.
First Honor For Tar.
Glurdon Crandall of Providence has
been chosen captain of the footbaii
team of the battleship Nebraska, and
another navy tradition has been brok
en. He is tho first enlisted man ever
made captain of any athletic team in
choico for left halfback last season
lit tho navy.
Prize Ring Dots.
Patsy Droulliard, the Canadian light
in a clash with Johnnie Griffiths of
Akron.
a string of amateur clover scrappers.
Batches. .
iencc in Gotham ndW that tho rin?
same be:: tftx? la feftSr ttfofc!
isoCut
<? <? 4 ?> ?jKj"F,'y V V V i' if if
V WAR SIDELIGHTS. *} i
4 ?;* ?}? -> ?*> v -I* v >;?
say.- regarding the removal o% Yon {
Moltke. "According to one story, |
who): Von Kluk whs atlSl making bit) !
urvo the final decision against Von '
staff made himself unpopular by us- '
inishlng the Kaiser's troopB in buying j
value of oven tactical value."
Qormany says: "Even tho occupation .
of Warsaw and of tho Vistula lino ?
tho campaign. Russians, with their
Immenso torritorlos, can fall bnclt in
definitely. Defeated at Warsaw, they
can fall back on Kiev, from Kiov on
vostok. Of courso wo cannot follow
LONDON?Second Lloutenant Cyril
listod early In December, has filed a
request with the War Offlco to bo sent
to tho front with tho next contingent,
Noel Buxton, mombor of tho Eng
lir.h parliament, who toured tho Bal
;kans In tho Interest of tho establish
ment of a Balkan alliance, says that
despite the wonderful rally of tho
Serbs which resulted in thoir big vic
tory over the Austrlaus, Servla cannot
hopo to withstand Austria indefinite
Tho Berlin Tngeblatt claims that the
greatest number of new troops the
Allies can put Into the Western thca
tro is 1,250,000.
Tho German arrest of Cardinal Mcr
ctcr of Belgium, who Is imprisoned in
i the archbishop's palace, was to to the
| publication of his Iettor stating that
| the Belgians do not owe tho invaders
The London Dally Chronicle prints
an article In which It claims that Aus
tria-Hungary Is solidly united in sup
port of war and believes in the ulti
mate victory of its armies.
Herbert Corey writes an article in
: tho Globo that hotel food prices in
Berlin, London and New York aro
j about on a parity.
LONDON? Tho American relief
commission is obliged to have pea3
cooked before distributing them to the
Belgians. When they were issued raw,
the Belgians hoarded them for future
planting.
PARIS.?One of Gen. Joffro's staff
says that tho commander has not read
a nowspapor since the war began,
that he docs not drink or smoke, and
writes no letters except brief notes
to his wife and sister.
Cargoos of American food, clothing
and medical supplies already doliverod
to Belgium, or in transit or arrangod
for, amount to more than $14,000,000.
BOULOGNE.?In St. Omor, 25 mtlos
behind tho front, is it military hospital ;
conducted exclusively by English and
French women. All tho surgeons,
nurses, and orderlies aro women. All
[ wounded soldiers, whether French,
British or German, aro treated with
I out distinction.
| Since tho beginning of tho war pric- j
es of meat in London has Increased
15 per cent, flour 25' per cent, coal, j
10 per cent, and fish 300 per cent.
The war in Europo has been In pro
gress over five months, but neither
the Germans nor the Allich, accord
ing to the opinion of tho -military ob
servers can claim a decided advan
age. Both sides havo met with re
verses. and while the most advanced
positions aro hold by tho armies of
tho Kaiser, it is claimed in London |
that the Gorman advanco is, for tho I
i time being, at a standstill. Tho Rus- ]
slams have swept away the Austrians
steadily backwards along tho South- j
ern Galician railway and out of tho j
Northern foothills of tho Carpathians,
according to rcitorcd roports from tho
theatre of war. The remarkable thing
which has upset all the calculations
of outside observers, is the energy and
general activity with which the offen
csive operations of tho European ar
mies have been maintained during the
areas of Poland.
CORDOVA PICTURES TO
BE AT 'FR1CO FAIR
to the attention of visitors at the San
views, for which ho is going to see1* j
space in the Alaska building. Ho boars
letters to tho authorities from tho Cor- *:
dova Chamber of Commerce, which
ho represents, and frdm Gov. Strong.
Mr, Hogg ban boon In tho North 17
and he V/as llho first photographer to
tho Interior Ho has beon established
in Cordova for considerable time,
and daring his otaor there -ban takes .
Jimo 6xccp:i6ir.|l)* Ann. plccua.
pi
Mckr carries with lilm the nog?iUv?8
ind the Ml|o; glacier. The first no.::- .
mVe'lh- ten feet long,' and the picture
which will be printed .frjpm it. will be
;ho feature of the exhibit, with -the ,
"I
jxpect to bo in Son Francisco for
vi 11
tnU oil the walls."?(Seattle PoatJii
UNEASY WAR HONORS.
Paris milliners gloofully assert that
ihemlsts boast that many Frenchmen
ronors of war lie unoaBy.- -(Now York
World.)
* * ? jr. -4. -4. .4. r. -T. A A A A
r V "r v T T T T T. ' T T T T . . .
> CLASSIFIED ADV. *
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WANTED?Ga.solino englno and auto
mechanic Beeks employment. Box 151,
Troadwell. **
WANTED.?A competent maid for
Davolor, Thano. 1-S-tf,
FOR RENT ? Two-room furniBhed
house. Inquire Krlgbaum, House No.
3. on Wlllougliby avo. 1-19-tf.
FOR RENT.?Four room house on
Konnedy etreot, near 6th. Phono 372
or 342. E. R. Jaeger. 1-0-tf.
cd room with board. 340 Franklin
street, Cor. Fourth Ave. 1 mo.
FOR RENT ? Modern lint, four
roqgjfl and bath. I. Goldstein. 11 21 tf
FOR RENT?Moderate, well furnish
ed apartment four room and bath, all
now, on Main St at Sixth.' Sco Robt.
Scott, Caro building. 1-15-5L
FOR RENT?Large nicely furnish-,
cd room, Alaska Steam Laundry. 10-tf
HOUSE FOR RENT.?Four rooms
with bath, completely furnished. Ap
ply Box 473, City. 1-13-tf.
FOR SALE?One No. 5, common ser
vice bob sled. One rubbor-tirod car
riage; also one heavy Studobakor wa
gon. Enquire Mrs. Berry's store, 3rd
& Franklin. 1-20-tf.
FOR SALE.? Restaurant counter
14 foot long, cheap. Second hand fur
nitUro bought, sold and exchanged.
Universal Repair Shop, 325-27 Frank
lin. 1-13-lm.
FOR SALEJ?A Nntlonal cash rogls
cr. Inquire SG St. Ann's avenue. Doug
las. 12-9-tf.
FOR SALE?Furnituro for house,
?D. D. Muir, phono 104. 1-16-tf.
FOR SALE.?Ono 12-foot row boat.
Brand now and cheap. Inquire of Mrs.
Geo. Passnner, near Cantoen. tf.
LOST?Gordon Setter pup, slightly
lame In left hind log; $25 reward for
return; Marlon Goldstein. l-18-6t.
TWO FURNISHED HOUSES to
rent. Enqulro Mrs. Montgomurj' Da
vis. Cor. 6th and Seward. " tt
Do you want a nice. large, steam
floated room with hot and cold wator,
lavatory for $15 per month. See Or
phoum Hotel. 1-20-tf.
juneau Transfer do. |
% PHONE 48 * |
WE ALWAYS HAVE Y 5
GOOD COAL !
I Moving Carefvlly Done jj
STORAGE
:: Biiftjago To and From All Boata :i
37 FRONT STREET
|A. Benson &?pressi;
JC Phones <?# or S-8-J
v> ORDERS PROMPTLY EXECUTED
).i.:.c i &K?i ? n ; ? { c >
I A Cir.y. A Absolutely Kiro-Briof Hotel pj
Where ALASKA MEN ARK WELCOME ||
THB NEW
RICHMOND
HOTEL
Located Oppoolto Both Union Depot* !
Itotr- from Jl.C0toJ3.00 per day. Elegant
Commercial Sample Room*. European Plan
WU Obiwde Rooms. 200 With Batu .
[?JSmtBOSSBaR ESE2BSE227~''
" 1 - A
| Juneau Construction Co.
Contractors fflifiow mkI omo n?
. barrel. Mission furni
ture. PlaintaK mill. Wood turning. Hunt!
. . - - - - - - -
"
at 301 7th St. & Main. Men'a
? monetae free. Phono 213G. ?
Remington Typewrite*- Company
['Ai WtaMlelwJ ;n office In Jentnn ?
Ure C-Crtfcr c't iVosi srftl Mjln Sgjprtf.
<iffCr. J
| Everything in the tine of Wines* Liquors,.Cigars
I JUMAU"lIQUOR CO.,Inc. j
| "The Family Liquor Store"-Phone 94--Free Delivery !!
tiw trii-wi i KW-M-W-hi mi
I NK>V HTtJCK <)I' MICN S <.C)OJJS I
Satisfaction' Guaranteed. Call and See U?. B
SCANDINAVIAN GROCERY gfT?^K Phone 211 g
The FAIRBANKS? It's Brand New < ?'
Rooms 515,00. and up, including Heat, light, hot and cold v/ater. <,
Over Fairbanks Restaurant Mrs. H. H. Warren Propr. Phone 112 |
WcH>^o^e<'0><><"><'?^oo'0?eo'>o<'<><'<><>ooooo<.<o<o<?o>o-o-o
Groceries and
MenV Goods
Alasfca-Gastinetfu Mining Co.
THANE, P p P? '-P ALASKA
llntci ltciironnblo. ;hir>l find IlnrrijStreet, Junra
jheBERGMANN
Newly built and newly fu rnlahed, modern In all respects, steam
heated, electric lighted, hot and cold water In every room; bath on
every floor, Including a shower bath. Sanitary conditions perfect.
Beer 1 OcLouvre Bar
Free Moving Picture Shows Every
ff v Afternoon and Evening
B La ass :?
WILLIAM SCFH3NER, Mngr.
COMFORTABLE WINTER QUARTERS AT THE
OCCIDENTAL HOTEL
Prepare for cold weather by getting a steam heated
room. Best possible rates for permanent room
er during the winter months.
FINE POULTRY |gf|g
I "ull Hr.o fr' ih nnd cured moala-Govcmmcnt ln*pcctcd. Try our Wild Eoso Laii
Frye-Bruhn Market
Eancy8 Staple Groceries, ML B. Butter 8 Eggs
Your Satisfaction ic Our Success?EVERYTHING IS GUARANTEED.
JTm. GIOVANETTf Ptxone 385 JUNEAU, ALASKA
ELECTRIC PIANO?With lull key
board and nickel in the slot attach
ment for salo or rent. See Anderson
Box 991. Phono 374. **
? ... 1 .
Fresh sealslilpt oysters; just arrived,
FURNITURE FOR SALE; also cahi
not sewing' machine; bargains; rooms
tor rent. S. Taylor, Movall house.
up; with or without board. Miss Char I
on, 535 M&in St. l'honc 3805. 11-7-tf. !
St. Nicholas leaves ror Tenakeo and
way ports, Tuesdays at S. a. m. 12-2S-tf
DRESSMAKING, ptnln or fancy scw
sewlng. Mrs. Phlnn, Alexander AptB.,
Bldg. Hot and cold running water in
SP.ACE FOR RENT in Brunswick
Building, Apply ChaB. Goldstein. ***
The Empire guarantees its adver
tiserB the largest circulation of nny
TO HAVE A HEARTY MEAL AND i
Take a J. C. D. Digestive tablet af
ter eating. Results?No gas oh the
stomach, no heavy feeling, lots of real
JUNEAU DRUG CO., Phone 2-5-0. t
. 1-13-tf.
... I
A. E1KLAND
CARPENTER and
CABINET MAKER
fiFlrct class work at reasonable
rates ? General repairing ?
special furniture.. Estimates
Free. * ? - 'Phone 254
R.D. PICKETT |
I
U. S. Mineral Surveyor
U. S. Deputy Surveyor
JUNEAU - - ALASKA
VVilliam Pallister, M. D.,
Specialist iu llio treatment of diseases
mid deformities of the vjo and ear,
nose and throat
Officei: Fourth Floor.- Goldstein Building
Of l.lcv and lUliid trice telephone can be
had from central.
JUNEAU STEAMSHIP CO.
United States Mali
STEAMER GE( RGI A
Juneau-Sitka Route
Leaves JunettU :or Douglas, Fun
fer; Hoonata; Gypsum, Tenakeo,
Klllipnoo, Chatham and Sitka cvory
Wednesday at 12:01 a. in.
Juneau-Skagway Route
Loaves Juneau for Douglas, ?aglo
I Stiver, Sentinel Light Station, El
i drill Rock Light Station, Comet,
I Hnlncs, Skagv/ay every Sunday at
12:01 a. m. Returning, leaves
Skugway the following day at 12:02
WILLIS R NWELL, MANAGER
G. K. GILBERT
PLUMBING and
OMEET METAL WORKB
121 Front Ot Phono 855

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