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CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.-B.CCoastSmice
Sal!Lie from Juneau foe Port Simpson. Prince Rupert Swaniuin. Alert Bay. Vancouver
Victor i* AnU
PRINCESS MAL Sails South on or about Jan. 28.
C. P. R. Tlcfcat officer?Orpheum Bldg and Splckott'a Poatoffice-Store
i JOHN T. SPICKSTT. Agent
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POv</vswWW v
b For Seattle, Prince Rupert
o Ketchikan, Wrangell and/
II Petersburg. i
{J City of Seattle Jan. 20, 30.
fcrSkagway and Haines I
V City of Scattlo Jan. 21, 31 ?
J couimU tt* Sluisway for A
^ Dawson and all Yukon :j
River points.
$ CONMecrs AT SSATTLC KO.1 T
I SAN FRANCISCO, LOS ANGELES, SAN DIECO and all California Points ?
X LOW RATES Alck?t? jold ovurywhtru in Vbltvi StA'.tt and Canada
t ~? ratk- ursct^lp-a -wkxcklled service 2
$ H. BRANDT. C. A. K D? Shattcx. Wasu. "" c^H. EWIJfG \jr?nt Jwwa- ? A
$ rights res erybp to chax g e*^schj
i Pacific Alaska Navigation Company
ALASKA PACIFIC STEAM
SHIP CO. i
puget Sound-California Route/?
Seattle-San Francisco. coa-j?
sec tins with S.S. Yalo and ^
S.S. Harvard for Southern
California Porta.
ALASKA COAST CO.
Puget Sound-Alaska ftoute,
\ from Tacoma and Seattle tot
H Ketchikan. Petersburg. Ju
r loau. Yakutat, Katalla, Cor
dova. Vaklez. Kllamar, Port
Wells. liaTouche. Seward.
Cook Inlet points raid Kodiak.
ADMIRAL WATSON WESTBOUND J j?nu?ni {
ADMIRAL EVANS WESTBOUND ? JANUARY 29
Right reserved to cnange sailing dates without notict>.
. Geo. J. McCarthy, AgL H. R. Shepard & Son, City Ticket Agents
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pne. r THE WHITE PASS f?eea
Route of & yUK0N r0UTE ?Seruce
Comjort Safety
During the winter season of 1914-1D our regular train service
will be maintained North and South bound between Skaguay and
Whltehorse. trains leaving both terminals every Tuesday and Friday.
WINTER STAGE SERVICE
Our through mail, passenger and freight service will bo operated
between Whltehorse and Dawson, affording all possible comfort by
means of a THOROUGHLY EQUIPPED STAGE AND AUTOMOBILE
LINE. For full Information apply to
H. WHEELER. Supt. .Mail Service DepL Whltehorse,' Y. T.
A. F. Z1PF. Traffic Manager. 612 Second Avenue. Seattle, Wash.
' ' ???
Northland Steamship Co.
# uohn XXcnson, DoogUs A^cnt
REGULAR FAST SERVICE BETWEEN -EATTLE AND JUNEAU
AL-KI, Southbound . . . Jan. 24
FARES TO SEATTLE; x-irst Class $19. Second Class $12
? ? ? ? ??< i i.i .i 11?; 111 ?! 111111:111 n t 11! m 11 m .h-k-h-4-h-h
ALASKA |
STEAMSHIP COMPANY
rfoty. Sorvic*. Speed Tickets to Seattle. 1: rcc ?. Victcria *nd Vancouver. Through i
. ? tWkits to San Vtancuco ?!
.. JEFFERSON. North, Jan. 10, 22. South, Jan. 11, 23. 4
;; ALAMEDA, North, Jan. 19. . South, Jan. 11, 26. ?
" MARIPOSA. North. Jan. 11, 27 South, Jan. 13: Feb 3 1
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- WILLIS E NOWELL, Juneau AgL Elmer E. Smith Douglas Agt
i M 'l 1 1 I 1 H !? !? H I I I11 I I 1-1 H l-l -1 ^rM-l 1 1 ?: ! : I i 1 I M l H-H 1 !-!?
JUNEAU FERRY A NAV. CO. f;
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
S:00 A. M. *3:00 P. M. *8:00 P. M. ;
?9:00 A. M. *4:00 P. M. 9:30 P. Mi .
11:00 A. M. 6:00 P. M. 11:00 P. M ; '
Saturday Night Only?12:00 P. M. !
Tripe marked (?) do not call at .Thane. ?
.eave Douglas for Treadweil and Thane '
6:10 A. M. 1:10 P. M. 6:40 P. M. ,
8:10 A. II. *3:16 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. 31. I.
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 ? M.
11:15 A.M. 9:45 P. 31. 3
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 for Thane
and Juneau.
6:25 A. M. 1:25 P. M. ? 9:55 P. M. *
8:25 A. 31. 5:25 P. M. 11:30 P. 31.
11:25 A. M. 6:55 P. M.
Saturday Night Only?12:30 A. 31. J
Leave Treadwell for Douglas and Ju- S
MUU
6:35 A. M. 1:35 P. M. 8:20 P. 31. r
S:35 A. M. 3:20 P. M. 10:05 P. 31. 8
9:16 A. M. 4:20 P. M. 11:20 P. M.
11:35 A. 31. 7:05 P. M.
Saturday Night Only?12:20 A. M. s
Leave Douglas for Juneau: .
6:40 A.M. 1:40 P.M. 7:10P.M. !i
8:40 A. M. 3:30 P. 3L 8:30 P. M. ??
9:20 A.M. 4:30 P.M. 10:10 P. 31 V
11:40 A. M. 5:35 P. M. 11:40 P. 31. .
Saturday Nleht Only?12:40 A. M ?
? TRY A i ;
MECCA FIZZ jl
"SMOOTH AS SILK" | ;
? Pabst's Blue Ribbon Beer rj ;
On Draught pj ?
8 " AT THE ? :
MECCAI
iH. L. FAULKNER and |
S. H. MILLWEE, ?
LAWYERS %
Notary Public ?
2W-CC6 Seward Build hue Juneau. Alaska 4
MMMjl
I*/?rmours\
"STAR"
| [and aACON.?too
For a I |
Delicious 1 -
Break- g *
.f?t, I j
Dinner
Supper | |
J "SffJUJl AS A Mil" Jj j
I % M i <11 f g ? I H II t II ? I ? ? ? r w -
The Alaska Grill:
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The Beit Appointed jf
Place in Town
Best of Everything: Served
at Moderate Prices
;;
1 t
4j?iuhmm
When in Seattle Stop
at the Place for
ALASKANS
It'* Fire-Proof. Modern and Convenient
RATES $1.00 Per Day and Up '?
HOTEL BARKER
CoraerPike asl Sixth
Free Auto Bu* Meet* all Boat* arid Train*
C. O. Walston Jt Conrad Freedlnir. Props. "1
ALASKAN SOURDOUGHS gj
?! < I-K
DR. H. VANCE I
Tho f
OSTEOPATH?
Rooms 5 and 6 Malony Oldc
Consultation and Examination X
Froo. Phono 282. 1
Graduate American School o? T
Osteopathy, Klrkovllle, Mo. Y
Seven years* active practice. -j*
Office hours, 9 to 12 m. 1 to 5 7.
p. m., or by appointment. ^
-MM ?! -i ?; ?I-I-H-I-1-:- m-I-M-M-M-TY
THe^J f\ ?
vNewLiam
Olfcrv the molt richly furnciticJ
and thoroughly heated room*
Special Winter Rates
Large well lighted rooms. La
dies' parlor; Free Library. Com
mercial sample rooms.
Five story reinforced concrete
blulding.
Beautiful view down the chan
nel end over the city.
THE BE8T LOAF OF
BREAD I
=====
!s Sofd At
San Francisco Bakery
C. MHSSEKrc-uMIOT. Prop.
COULD ENGLAND WIPE
0(
A Wlerd Contury-old Story Roccntly
Nowspap?r,
thatji 100 -years, she has considered
Will England employ "Dundonald's
Three times England, whoa In sore
aid's destroyer," which Is tho mystery
covered the mysterious destroyer, de
clared that tho whole soul of man re
volted at the idea of such sacrifice,
and that, onco omployed. any nation
was but a forerunner of tho destruc
That England should shudder with
one-third of tho population, of a con
tinent In a few hours Is second in in
should omploy it against tho Teutons,
annihilation of all humanity and per
What is Dundonald's destroyer?
At the present time, it is said, tho
appallng secret is locked up in sealed
vaults in the Towor of London. But
three persons?one of the royal fam
ily, one of the army and one of the
navy knows what it is.
Thomas Cochrane, tonth carl of Dun
donald, ono of the most daring of tho
British sea lords, was also tho great
est Inventor of his time.
In 1S10 hoMed the British in the at
tack upon the French fleet in Bnsquo
Itoads, one of the greatest feats of
British naval history. He was kept
from destroying the enemy only by
the gross conduct of his superior offi
cer, Lord Cambier.
In a rase, Duudonnld made a fran
tic assault upon Gambior, and Gam
bler backed by tho corrupt admiralty,
succeeded -in disgracing Dundonald
and forcing his retirement.
During his enforced retirement Dun
donald, experimenting with gases and
chemicals, suddenly appeared before
the admiralty, demanding the appoint
ment of a small committee to investi
gate his "new invention."
II" claimed that his Invention fur
nished "an infallible means of secur
ing at one blow our military suprem
acy; of commencing and terminating
a war by one victory."
A royal committeo investigated. It
reported that Dundouald's destroyer
would do all that he claimed; that
either on land or on sea It was lrres
tiblo and Infallible!
The government refused to adopt it.
however. The committee had report
ed that Its "devastation would be in
human; it would transcend tho lim
its of permissible warfare."
The report urged "that it be kept
a profound secret, lost some other
power get it and use it for tho annl
hillntlon of England and the conquest
of the world."
In 1S46 tho admiralty appointed an
other investigating committee of high
officials. In January, 1847, this com
mitteo reported that, "beyond the sha
dow of a doubt. Dundouald's destroy
er not. only would defeat, but would
actually destroy, sweep out of exis
tence, annihilate any hostile forces.
To use such utter devastation would
be contrary to the'principles of war
fare."
During the Crimean war the govern-:
ment, hard pressed and desperate, was
inclined to use this mysterious dostroy
cr against the Russians.
The admiralty once voted to use the
dovico, providing Dundonald would In
struct two officers assto how to em
ploy it against Scbastopol. Ho refus
ed. He stated that ho would use it
himself personally if permitted full
freedom, and that It "meant tho death
of the operator as well as the ene
my."
He would make the sacrifice and an
nihilate all the Russians. The gov
ernment again refused to permit such
a crime against humanity.
Tradition among military experts
is that tho committee of 1847 wrote
a full and complcto list of directions
as to tho operation of the destroyer
and that these directions have been
sealed in a vault in the tower of Lon
don for years.
THE OLD DAY OF "TWO-FERS."
One or tho most oxtravngant things
men do is to smoko, and the price of
a smoke has risen as fast as the smoke
itself. A Lancaster hotclman of a
generation ago tells mo that in his ac
tive days "Spanish halves" and Span
ish quarters" were popular, Tho for
mer were a Lancaster farm cigar that
retailed two for 1 cent. The latter sold
at four for a penny. One-cent cigars
were an ordinary man's smoke; two
fers,"?two cigars for a nickel?went
to gentlemen of means, while 5-cent
cigars were sold only to snobB and ar
istocrats.
Many hotels didn't kcop a 10-cont ci
gar, as no one over asked for such a
luxury. But now I notice in the cigar
stores and clubs tho holiday offerings
embraco many fat varieties,{ ranging
from -10 cents to a dollar each.)
I know of one man's order placed
in Havana for 10,000 cigars. Each of
i irJa! i .
50, and; no cigar in tho whole ordor
would retail for less than a dollar. As
fifty of these Cuban palate-plcasers
come in a box, that makes tho value
of tho box 21 cents for every cigar
inside of it. When tho discriminating
; o:
his leismre half hour after dinner, he
at ;;<T
?(Philadelphia Public Ledger.)
ALASKA GOLD MINES
Tho Maska Gold Mines Company,
tho hoidlng company for. the Alaska
Gaatlueau Mining Company, has de
ls that each holder of five shares of
stock may purchase tine ?100 bond.
stock at a bisls of $30 a share tor the
$29, and It has been consistently aid
Boston Paper Explanc Issue.
for the purpose of authorizing an Is
suo of $1,600,000 10-year C per cent.
"If authorized, the stockholders of
record on Jan. 25 will hnvo tlio right
up to Fob. 10 to" subscribe for these
bonds pro rata. A holder of 50 shares
of stock will have tho right to take
underwritten by Hayden, Stotio & Co.
bonds will be UBed to cover tho cost
of construction, which has somewhat
exceeded the original estimates as the
manugoment has in several depart
ments?tho Sheep Creek tunnol for
instance?proceeded on tho basis of
providing at once for a 20 000-ton daily
capacity in order that tho company
might bo saved Intor on the exponse
of increasing tho capacity to this fi
gure. Tho coarse crushing plant has
been constructed to treat at once 10,
000 tons instead of 6,000 tons, while
tho fine crushing plant has been built
to treat 8,000 tons daily instead of
6,000 tons.
fcniargemcnt ot operations tnc oausc.
It is not surprising, in view ot the
determination to put the plant, equip
ment and openings in shape to treat
8,000 tons dally instead of G,000, that
Alaska Gold should need a little mon
ey at this time. -In fact where an ul
timate saving could be effected by
blulding at ouco In preparation for
20,000 tons, the extra money has been
expended. This, of course. Is econ
omy in the long run.
"The new bonds are to be made con
vcrtablo into stock at 30, which prac
tically means that when exchanged,
tho outstanding shares will be increas
ed from 750,000 as at present to 800,
000 shares;
"After providing in payment in full
for the property the Alaska Gold man
agement raised $4,500,000 cash which
has all been expended in development
work and construction of the most
permanent character. Altogether 22.
137 foot of development work were
driven in 1913, aud 20,000 during the
first eight months of 1914, a total of
over 42,000 in 20 months?a record of
opening work probably unparalleled.
"While the officials of the company
arc.not putting themselves on record
to this effect, It will surpriso somo of
tho directors, if when the capacity has
been built up to even S.000 tons a day,
the property docs not show ore val
ues much better than the original es
timate of $1.50 a ton, and there will
bo another surpriso party if the cost
is not lower than tho original estimate
of 75 cents a ton. In other words,
profits of $1.00 a ^on, instead of 25
cents, arc reasonably assured.
"On this basis milling S,000 tons a
day should provide profits of say $2,
700,000 per annum, or $3.40 per share,
with all bonds converted. This is hot
ter than 10 per cent, on tho present
selling prlco of tho stock.
"Whoa the mill has been puilt to a
capacity of 20,000 tons a day or 7,
000,000 tons a year?and this is the
goal in view?$1 per ton would mean
annual profits of $7,000,000. or say
$8 per share on 850,000 shares of stock,
assuming tho issues of socurltyq
equivalent to an addltioual 50,000
shares of stock to bring the capacity
up to the larger figure. It is only fair
to state, however, that all the officials
are willing to put it down inblack and
white as to the estimated profits arc
75 cents per ton. They will bo as
much surprised as many others, how
over. if these figures are not greatly
improved upon.
Hayden Makes Statement
"President Charles Hayden, of the
Alaska Gold Mines Co., in a circular
to the stockholders, calling a special
meeting to act on the proposed $1,
500.000 bond lssuo, says in part:
"At the time of tho organization of
! your company a plan of construction
] where the production might ho start -
| od on Jan. 1, 1916. That ncliodal" hns
? ;
cruyhln;; plant December .24, 1914. j
i ation n:t noon at the preliminary tests
of machinery are completed during
: .
bf 'th'o mine preparatory to'tho opcr
nvernge grndo of the ore above $1.60
per ton, the figure used In the origin
al computation, vaud has also added
enormously to tho known tonnage of
the property will unllmately yield. >
?"Metallurgical rcnults obtained !n
experimentation processos, similar to
those so familiar in connection with
the copper Industry, but more or less
new to the gold Industry, has llko
cess of the milling plant now ncnrlng
completion.
'"The directors are thoroforc con
vinced of the desirability of extending
milling operations to 20,000 tons per
day by gradual Increases to be made
In the Interests of economy, both
of monoy and time, tho nianagomont
have carried out their pfoscnt plans
of construction and equipment with a
view to such future Increased dally
constructed of tho dally capacity of
10,000 tons. Tho general mill itself,
now under construction, will undoutb
edly treat 8,000 tons per day. though '
originally It was only planned for C,
000 tons.
" 'The facilities of tho Sheep Creek
main haulage tunnel and system have
been arranged for a greater concern
Ings and development throughout the
mine have been proportionately ox
'* 'For the purpose of meeting those
additional expenditure:; and modelling
the present financing on a bisls which
will not bo prejudical to the future fi
nancing for the balance of the 20,000
ton plant, the directors have decided
to ash authorization for a present is
sue of $1,500,000 10-ycar C per cent,
debentures, convertible into stock at
$30.00 per share.
" 'Debentures will bo dated March
1, 1915, convertible at auy time prior
Immaturity and redeemable on or af
ter thrco years, from their date at 110.
" 'Debentures will be Issued In do
nominations of $100. $500 and $1,000
respectively.
" 'Stockholders will also bo asked to
authorize tho Issuance of an addition
al 250,000 shares of stock of which
will ho for the conversion of tho de
bentures.
" 'The remainder will be held, cith
er to provide for conversion of tho fu
ture debenture issues, or to be sold?
which may bo deemed more advantage
ous. Tho said debentures or this stock,
if and when issued, will be offered to
its shareholders pro rata.
"'If the Issue of debentures and In
crease of stock be authorized by the
stockholders, bonds will be offered for
subscription pro rata at par to tho
stockholders of record on Jan. 25th,
1915.
" 'Shareholders will have the right
to subscribe to $2 of debcntuceB for
each share of stock owned. Subscrip
tions will he payable 50 per cent, Feb
ruary 10. 1915, and 50 per cent, on
March 10. 1915.
" 'Subscription warrants will be
mailed as soon as practicabio after
tho closo of business on Janauary 25.'"
| .j. .J. .j j
* AMONG THE CHURCHES. *j
?*? ?*? /? *? ?% ?*? **? ?*? !
Catholic Church.
Communion Mass at 8:00 a. m.
High Mass at 10:30 a. m.
v ??
Presbyterian Church.
(John B. Stevens, Pastor.)
Morning service at 11. Subject
"Anger, an Aid or Detriment to Char
acter." Evening servico at 7:30, sub
ject; "Fervent in Spirit: 310 at
Heart." Anthem by choir with obll
gato solo by Miss Fox. Sunday School
meets at 12. Young People's mooting
at 6:30, subject, "Favorite Characters
of the Bible." Leader, Miss Madge
Case.
, Trinity Episcopal Church.
(Rev. George E. Renison, Roctor.)
Sunday School meets at 12:30. Eve
ning prayer and sorinon at eight, sub
ject, "The Great Element Necessary,
or Christ's Doflnltion of True Life."
Special music by full vested choir, in
eluding offertory solo by IV. Engberg.
The public is cordialy invited. Choir
practico on Thursday evoning at eight.
* 4 +
Methodist Episcopal Church
(R. C. Blackwell, Pastor!)
Services morning and evening at 11
and 7:30 o'clock. Sermons by tho pas
tor. Subjects: "His Father':; Busi
ness" and "A Common Reception the
Gospel Gots." Sunday School at 12.
Ep worth League at 6:30 p. m. Prayer
meeting, Thursday evening.
*% ?)*
Christian Science.
Services arc hold in the Christian
Science church, Fifth street, between
.Main and Seward streets, every Sun
day at 11 o'clock n. m. The subject
for tomorrow's lesson sermon is
"Truth." All arc wolcome. The Sunday
School meets at 10 o'clock, and the
Wednesday night mootings are hold
at S o'clock. The free reading room of
the church is open each Wednesday af
ternoon from 2 until o o'clock.
Gospel Meetings Tomorrow,
-At the Revival services, conducted
by Frederick H. Brown, in tho Gospel
tent in front of tho postofDce, Sunday,
and iho regular meeting at 8 p. m.
.
All aro cordlaly invited.
$IU KING AlfaiT
COI.iETO SEATTLE,
fey r? ??maw $S&W
t.cvEcvora! years ago. by Samuel Hill,: '
^ for King Alborf. of Belgium, thetfi
Wh? lutU to|t'
Acto-aing i0 the article In Leah'.-'. '?
Broadway North, is at, object of in I
icrost to Seattle folk and tourists and fi
!?? greatly admired for its architcctur <
villi. Albert for a quarter of a con- 3
tnry. lmd boon sojourning' In Belgium 1
or some ..me. Before returning"?
1 )h' exacted a promise ?
from lilg ,-oyai friend to attend the *
Alaska-'i ukor, Exposition as the guest '
homrri Th? AmorB*ri-hurried f
homo to prepare a suitable place In
Mr rrii?',0dS0 th? "rJl,Cc- Th'" was'
Mr. irill s seventieth experiment in
house building, and the handUo
i r ' concrete, stone and steel
': orov,ining acblovemenl as a home
Planner. But after all the builder's
cart: .,n<1 trouble fate ruled against:
him An unsatisfactory situation in
2?, P$?' B?lslum's African colony. I
Pri!uf''-? % CXCUS0 ror cancolIln,:f'
? i io -\lberts promise, though the
the nh"8te fi?r 'l Ch'"'11R0 la P,ans was
k?o physical condition of King Leo- >
jjold, wno died shortly nfter. Mr.-Hill'sf1
friend JOcamo king, after which the '
proposed Visit was out of the question.{
B is not impossible in the course'
-10 hospitality so long deferred and
ma> Occupy this mansion. As a result I
!?::?? ar^e-has been dSg;
the Present of nearly his entire do-1
main, and If il0 should not bo able
to recover It. he would be a kSJij
out a country./ should he decide.''*
to co,no t0 the United States to bo- J
Sim a new 3If?, ns thousands of his '
subjects are likely to do after the "
Slrahle0 do
a rablc cltir.cn and Seattle would be '
pleased to have him settle there. I
CLASSIFIED AD V.
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EfJTfD'~ G,moHnc engino and auto 1
iSi't grlwnon,Box UIJj
_L 1' (
wen ..fill,J'KD*~*A c?mPe.tcnt maid for <
^ to Mrs.
H)K BENT ? Two-room furnished I
PSZ&g**" Krlgbaum, House No. '
?a " IHonghby avo. M9.tf
f 0 rt RE NT.?Four room house on '
Kennedy street near 6th. Phono 37b' I
" ? k- R- Jacgor. 1-9-tf. 4
I Oil ItENT.?Urge, nicely furnish- !
od room with board. 340 Franklin
street, Cor. Four:;, Ave. j ^
fOlt BENT ? .Modern flat, four
rooms ami bath, j. Goldstein. 11 21 tf
I OB KENT?Large nlcdy furnish
-d room. Alaska Steam Laundry, lu-tr
wkh0ws F0R BENT. Four rooms
l r, completely furnished. An
Ply Box 473. city. 1-13-tf.i'
FOR SALE?One No. 3, common sor*
vice bo? sled. One rubber-tired car
riage; also one heavy Studobaker wa
gon. Enquire Mrs. Berry's store, 3rd
& Franklin. 1-20-tf.
FOR SALE.? -Restaurant counter
14 feet long, cheap. Second hand fur
niture bought, sold and oxchanged.
Universal Repair Shop, 325-27 Frank
lin. 1-13-lm.
FOR SALE A National cash regis
er. Inquire 86 St. Ann's avenue, Doug
FOR SALE?Furnituro for house.
?D. D. Mulr, phone 104. . 1-16-tf.
FOR SALE.?Ono 12-foot row boat.
Brand new and cheap. Inquire of Mrs.
Geo. Passaner, near Canteen. tf.
LOST?Gordon Setter pup, slightly
lame In left hind leg; 525 reward for
'return; Marlon Goldstein. l-18-6t.
TWO FURNISHED HOUSES to
rent. Enquire Mrs. Montgomery Da
vis. Cor. 0th and Seward. tf.
Do you want a nice-large, steam
ncated room with hot and cold water,
lavatory for $15 per month. See Or
pheum Hotel. 1-20-tf.
ELECTRIC PIANO?With full key
hoard and nickel In the slot attach
ment for sale or rent. See Anderson
Box 091. Phono 374. . ?*
Fresh sealshipt oysters, just arrived. ?
??t GOLDSTEIN'S. 11-9-tf.
FURNITURE FOR SALE; also oabi
not ac-wing niacbing; bargains; rooms
Tor rent. S. Taylor, Movall house.
Douglas. r 1-15-tf.
STEAM HEATED ROOMS, $10.00
up: with or without board. Miss Chair i
on. r>::r. Mnln St. i'hono 3805. 11-7-tf. ?
St. Nicholas leaves Tor Tcnakco and
way ports, Tuesdays at 8. a. ml 12-2S-tf
DRESSMAKING, praln or fancy sow
intr. Reasonable rates for children's (
sowing. Mrs. Phinn, Alexander Apts.. 1
phono 22S. 12-31-tf. .
OFFICES?-For rent in Goldstein
Rldg. Hot and cold running water In '
f'iicli office; also steam heat. Janitor ?
and elevator service; tf. '
(
SPACE FOR RENT in Brunswick
Building. Apply Chns. Goldstein. *** t
TO HAVE A HEARTY MEAL AND ?
'ENJOY IT
Take a J. C. D. Dlgcctlve tablet af- f
tor eating. Results?No gas on the c
stomach, no heavy feeling, lots of real r
comfort. 50c per box.
JUNEAU DRUG CO., Phone 2-5-0.
1 13-tf. f
W. MARTIUS
1009 First Ave. Seattle, Wash.
Music and Musical
Merchandise.
on band. "Fresh every two weeks.'
All famous makes In Strings .or
Violin
Violin Cello
Double Bass
Mandolin
Guitar
Large Imported Stock of
VIOLIN8,
CLARINETS. FLUTES
AND PICCOLOS
(Buffet and Kohlert)
Hohner and Weldllch Accordeono
Famous CONN CORNETS AND
BAND INSTRUMENTS
Also Medium-Priced Austrian Banc
Instruments.
Music Stands,
Music Satchels
20th Century Drums
Drummers' Trap
Strictly Eastern Prices!!
Convince Youreslf. Write for infor
mation. Complete lino of Sheet M\j
sic and Music Books.
"1". "" "
BBSSWritTT
janeau Transfer Go. |
ft ? PHONE 48 ft j
WE Al.WAYS HAVE "V |
I GOOD COAL
Moving Carefully Done
STORAGE
11 To .-<11(1 From All BoaU ii .]
37 FRONT STREET . *
? v
A Transfer ::
? Benson & impress :?
Stnmfnt WUI.i' Grocery Store
, Rhone* ?ROor 3-W5' 1,
ORDERS PROMPTLY EXECUTED ??
.ucacwia.--a; .'rtftirft'iiVTatiraw
A CI.-ji A Absolutely Kirs-I'roof Hotel *
Where ALASKA MEN AKE WELCOME
THE NEW C-C^'NAABCR?T'
I Richmond
: "SIX;I HOTEt
Located Opposite Both Union Dopote i |
ilatro frcm fl.00tot3.00 jxr day. Elegant
Oxr.mcrcinlSnmpleRootri i. European Plan t
' 301 OtrraiDK ltooxa, vio With Bath
>-"> I i IIIIWIII??III ? IB
FKonr .188 Strictly First Clait
Juneau Construction Co.
Contractors (ts tore ami office fix- I]
. Jtun Mi <ion furni
ture. I'hlnlna mill. Wood tnrnintr. Band
awing* JUNEAU. AI.ASKA
K-5-K 1
;: MISS M. SANDO |
r First class hand laundry dona V
at 101 7th St. & Main. Men's X
! work a specialty. All necessary T
S* mending free. Phone 2135. 5
Remington Typewriter Company
ha? established an office In Juneau at
the corner of Front anJ Main Streets.
Gome In ant! (Jet the litest Remington
Idea. : t i
vt'coeeoeeeoa
J IcGoskeys j
1
> 5
jB3,
A. EIKLAND
CARPENTER and
CABINET MAKER
ijFirst clasr. work at reasonable
rates ? General repairing ?
special furniture.. Estimates
Free. ? ? ? 'Phone 254
R. D.PICKETT!
U. S. Mineral Surveyor
U. S. Deputy Surveyor
JUNEAU ALASKA j
William Pallister, M. D.,
Sprclnli.it in tho treatment of disease*
and deformities of tho cyo nn<l oar.
no. o and tbroat
Office): Fourth Floor, Goldstein liullillnjr
Onice and Residence telephone can bo
Juid froir. central.
JUNEAU STEAMSHIP CO.
United States Mail
STEAMER GEORGIA
Juneau-Sitka Route
Leaves Junoan ,:or Douglas, Pun
" r, Hoonah, Gypsum. Tenakce.
Klilisnoo, Chatham and Sitka every
Wednesday at 12:01 a. in.
Juncau-Skagway Route
(.eaves Juneau for Douglas. Eagle
Ulvor, Sentinel Light Station, El
drill Hock Eight Station, Cornet,
Haines, Skngwuy every Sunday at
12:01 a. m. Heluruing, leaves
Skagway tho following day at 12:02
WILLIS E. NOWELL, MANAGE!!
G. K. GILBERT
PLUMBING and
SHEET METAL WORKS
121 Front 8t Phono 358
COURT NOTES.
Judge R. W. Jennings will on Mon
lay hour evidence in the suit en
Itlcd U. S. VB J. F. Mnlony et nl.
MIlwcc & Faulkner have filed suit
n behalf of the C. W. Young company,
igalnst Uio Kake Trading company
or ?1529.20, alleged to be due for
;oodK told. An alignment of $170.00,
illogcd to bo due the H. J. Raymond
:o., Is incorporated In the suit.
Judge Jennings has denied a motion
o strike the complaint of Mary Pat
on vs H. F. Cain, an action to recover
mrsonal damages.
An attachment has been levied on
iroperty of William Hyde, by the Scan
[inavian Grocery, to recover $100.00,
Llleged to be owing the plaintiff.
Tho Empire has more readers than
my other Alaska paper. ?**

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