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SMALL BLAZE ROUTED.
underneath the Enterprise Foundry,
called out the department at 9 o'clock
last evening, and was extinguish In
ered by Jack Patey, and were checked
beforo they had made ant' headway.
"Billie" Wright, of Skagway, passed
through for Vancouver, B. C., on the
Princess Maquinna.
ASKS FOR DAMAGES.
In ft suit fired with the clerk of th
district court yesterday, James M<
Conahoy asks 52,000 damagos from th
Juneau Kerry & Navigation corapan:
Ho alleges ho was struck and beate
by Purser Bert Granger, after he pal
the other his fare.
It isn't every man who can jum
at conclusions and land on his feet
(Phlladelphia Record.)
mont and citing of authorities by At
toniev John Rustgard. counsel .or t
plaintiff the case was cont'"^d '
P the court until 11:30 P. ^ today
j. his argument being thaUj c1^
i -ii /.<? Tuneau hud no ri^at
t f m^pS oou? ?i?Tt ??** ;;
? vi u >a Uft nower and
m^rn
\ '"''j.j rd lo tlio "eleven O'clock or
S r^SESt'^ 55!
s saMasse^S
thing which Is not unlawful or In % lolt
itlon of federal statutes. Further, that
it discriminates between those w o
have work and those who hh\o not
-Being out of work is no basis for
which to charge one with t o cr m
of Vagrancy" Attorney Rustgard de
] 1 police Committees' Position
i F AVolland. chairman ol the police
committee, when asked what mov^if
: any the council would ma
' i criticism of Chief Slltor and the elev
?n o'clock" ordinance replied,
i "You can quote mo as saying that
wo do not propose to do
'; ihout it AVo did not pass the cu.\
?| en o'clock' ordinance. ^ ha3 been on
:'the books for years. Neither did we
? instruct Chief Sllter to carr> it out.
*. it is a city ordinance, and It ho doe
: Lot cnlorcc n" * '?? ?'<""???
: I, remiss In his doty. II the orttoanco
; 1, veld, that Is n dltteront mnttor ?1
; ^SStoBd there is . *|?g&
? inr around. I have not seen It. Last
? g we had a chief who did not en
: Sorce enough law. now we have one
: who enforces too much, bo wo don t
? intend to pay attention to an> squeal
ing abut it."
. draper club scores _
another success
The benefit program, given last
night at the Dream theatre b> the
Draper club for the benefit of the
public library, surpassed even the cx
nectatlons of the promoters, both
from the standpoint of attendance and
of Se execution of the different nam
^Easily the feature of tho evening
was the duet rendition by Miss Mary
Bernhofer and Miss Crystal Snoj.
who were forced to respond to an
encore, and the audience would glad
iy have listened to more from these
favorite songsters. .
mfs J V. Davis read from Alctor
'.L jean Valjcan. and when on
cored responded with "The Absent
G The' playlot entitled "The Obstinate
Family" was a mirth provoking sketch.
aruT those who took part did some lm
personating which would do credit
t0HPTSka?lo;. "The Might*
' Deep" and "The Armourer's Song.
? from Robin Hood, were appreciated.
applauduL guow and Mr. Mont
in ? entitled "In
.jrne Garden ot My Heart." nchletod
?heir shave of honors.
Il ' Mte l-'rancon OuUck ??*? ?
| Spanish dance in bcr artistic and
pleasing style. .
Miss Edith Kcmpthorne. at tne
piano, accompanied all of the num
bers and was one of the les conspic
uous but pleasing artists who lont
| their time r.nd talents to make the
benefit entertainment a success,
i The entertainment, which proved
almost an unprecedented success.
! was under the management of a com
'? inlttee of the Draper Club at the
head ot which were Mrs. B. Aalen
tine and Mrs. E. H. Kaser.
secretary^ 0FF1CER0I>R1AT|0N
A bill win be presented to the legis
ilature sometime this week, asktagfor
, Jul appropriation of S300 to cover con
tingent expenses of tho office of Sec
retary C. E. Davidson, In connta.o.
with duties placed with-that ofiico hy
tho Legislature.
society elects.
At a meeting of the Ladles' Aid so
ciety last week Mrs. E. D. Vault was
elected president, Mrs. J. H. King vice
president. Mrs. AV. G. Bcattie secre
Lry and Mrs. E. AV. Pettit treasurer.
Reports showed the society to have
had a splendid year, from every stand
point. _
"All tho Ncwb All the Time.
Word has boon received at Juneau
Jualin mines, sailed from Nov- lork
(or I'aria on the Dante AllRhleis.
which doparted from the American
metropolis March Oth/ The steam
ship has not had time to reach her
destination.
Mr. Nadoau goes to 1 oris to con
sult with Jean Vanophem and others
who are interested in the Bernors
bay mining properties of which he is
W. W. CASEY IS NAMED
AS NEW ADMINISTRATOR
?g?
W. W. Casey yesterday was ap
; pointed administrator of the estate of
William Morrison, by Probate Judge
Marshall. He succeeds E. Valentine,
who was removed on December 14. on
potltion of creditors.
lenten service.
Thero will bo Litany service with
| address in Trinity Episcopal church
I this evening at 7:30 p. m.. followed
by choir practice -at 8:00. Everyone
is cordially welcome.
ANTLERS SPROUTING.
Eight lively candidates became
! members of Juneau Lodge No. 420.
B. P. O. Elks, at ah initiatory cere
monial held last evening. A supper
followed the lodge meeting.
DANCE SATURDAY NIGHT.
My regular dance will bo given In
Miss Gullck's studio Saturday eve
ning. In order to keep those-dances
up to the high standard they have at
tained I reserve the right to rojoct
the patronage of anyone. 1 realize
that the dancing public appreciate my
offorts in keeping these dances
up to a high standard, and I have
taken extra precaution to see that
there is nothing to mar tho fceltogs
of the most fastidious. 2-11-M.
R. L. TURNER, Manager.
NOTICE?MOOSE TO MEET.
?
The regular meeting of tho Loyal
Order of Mooso tonight (Thursday)
at S o'clock Election of ofllcers. Air
members requested to attend. .
THOS. J. McCAUL, Secy.
DISTRICT COURT NOTES.
.J
The case of J. H. Cobb v? AI an V. a
Gastincru Mining company comes up
tomorrow. J. H. Cobb as administrator
of H R Hood's estate. Shackleford
& Bay-loss and Z. R. Cheney for tho
defendant.
The case of John Colich va Alaska
Gastineau Mining company was con
eluded today.
Proof of labor was filed in the com
missioner's office today by Gudmund
Jonson, for the lode mining claims.
Yankee Boy, Yankee Girl, Maude S.
Beatrice, Mino. Skookum and First
Extonsiou of Skookum.
NEW NOTARY PUBLIC.
Gov. J. F. A. Strong today issued
a notary public certificate to C. B.
Clure of Petersburg, C
DEATH TAKES MINER.
? - -
Frank Camplggotti, a miner, aged:
?>0 died at St. Ann hospital this morn
ing of typhoid fever. Camplggotti,;
together with his father, has been)
working for the Alaska Gastineau Min
ing company for some time. c v
bo buried from the Catholic church in
Douglas tomorrow. ^
OPERATION SUCCESSFUL.
Mrs. Ray G. Day. wife of one of
Tho Empire's employees, was success
fully operated on In St. Ann hospital
this morning, by Dr. Emil Krulish and
Dr. E. M. Bevls. Mrs. Day was rest
lug easily this afternoon.
SCHOOL EXHIBIT
An exhibit of the school work from
all tho grades and from the Hlgi
School has been arranged for pubttc
inspection and will bo on display^ in
the Council Chamber of the City Hall
on Friday, March 12 from 8 to 10 p.
m.. and on Saturday. March 13. from
2 p. infl to 5 p. mil. The prlnclpa
part of the exhibit has been selected
from the dally work of tho pupils.
The teachers will be in atcndance
throughout the period and will ho
pleased to show tho work of their
spectlvo pupils. , At
Patrons and friends of the lu
Schools ai-o cordially Invited to call
and inspect the work.
Respectfully*.
L. D. HENDERSON.
Superintendent of Schools.
MANY NEW BUSINESS
HOUSES FOR SEWARD
About half a dozen uov business
houses have opened in Seward within
the past week. One is a paint and
paper shop, one Is a second hand storo
ono is a contracting firm, one is a
messenger sorvice and talor shop <com
bined. Tho other two are partially
new. but one of the partners in each
was in business before. One is the
business about to be established by
Sid Wolff and the other is the Palace
of Sweets. The Buena Cafe might be
includod In tho number although it
was established more than a week ago.
In addition to these enterprises are
several real estate men who have en
tered tho field, and all this occurred
before the Senate had given tho mon
ey.?(Seward Gateway.!
James Nelll loft Juneau on tho Ma
quinna this morning for Vancouver
to purchase an outfit for a proposed
trip UP the Stikino river to the coun
try around tubo bead of the Laird.
CHARLES H. COSGROVE
TAKES BOYS SOUTH
Among the pnssengerB Bouth on tho
Mariposa Saturday night was Clins.
H. Cosgrove and his three aonB, John,
CharFcs Jr., and Jaraos. Thoy went
South to consult a specialist on tho
boys' oyesight, as all three of the
youngsters have been troubled of late
In that respect.?(Ketchikan Miner.)
Miss Ruth F. Anderson,. who has
been ill for several days at her apart
monts in Tho Borgmann, is now much
improved.
LresTie Thomson, of tho Persever
anco mine, who was operated on - in
Stfl Ann hospital laet wook, will leave
the hospital Friday.
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:? MARINE NOTES
b ?
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The Mariposa left Seattle Wednos-j
lay night at nine o'clock.
The Jefferson leaves for the South
oday.
The Princess Maqulnnn left for the
louth at nine this morning.
The Spokane is due to leave Seattle:
onight.
The Alameda is due from the West-:
,vard at midnight.
The LaTouche left Seattle last1
light.
The Northland left Seattle Monday
light.
Tho Humboldt sailed from Seattle
it 9 o'clock last night
Tho Ai-Ki is due to leave Seattle
March 15th.
Admiral Evans will arrive south
jound March 19.
The Admiral' Watson is due to sail
rom Seattle March 15th.
The Dolphin is due to sail from Se
ittle March 18th.
The Northwestern is expected to
eave Seattle March 24th.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Li Cogswell
vent through to Vancouver on the
Princess Maquinna this morning,
rhcy are on their way back to Idaho,
ifter a visit in Skngway.
<1111111 II 1IIHIHHII1HIIHH1IIIII t IMIHIUIMH
WeVe Got It
;; Everything in the line of Wines, Liquors, Cigars
I! JUNEAU LIQUOR CO.,Inc.
!! 'The Family Liquor Store"~Phone 94?Free Delivery !j
* HI n 111111?11 n 111 HI i?1 1 I H I 111111II i n I i
| When ordering BEER
insist on RAINIER PALE j
!? 11 it 11:; m !: i::: i: ?; m-h iiiinniiimMiiiiini!1'
;; | ; i-i-; 11: i: i: 111:11: n ' 11 ?: 111111'i?! 111111 i-h-h i t-!-|:
III The Grotto !;
t la velle & brophy j.;
" ?- Distribntors of High Class, Double v 1
IIv Stamp Whiskey, Wines and Cordials
Olympia and Rainier Beer i':
" t 95 front street telephone no. 210 j i
t -Ml I M-M-H-H-H-i-t-K-I-I-I-H"!": I'H-l-H-I-I-H-H I I-k-1-i-h-K4
1111111 H 11:1111:1111
Beer 10c
a Glass
Louvre Bar
Free Moving Picture Shows Every
Afternoon and Evening
WILLIAM SCRIBNER. Mngr.
i [-Heidelberg Liquor'Co?j
. INCORPORATED =
% Largest Stock Best Brands of ?
o Imported and Domestic Liquors <>
| and Wines for Family Use. ^
? Free Concert Every Evening 7 Till 12 ?
X Free Deliver. . Mail Orders a Specialty. Telephone 386 e
ALASKA MEAT COMPANY John Reck, Mgr.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Manufacturer* of all Rinds of Sausages Our Hams and Bacon Are
Home-Smoked
?v- .wrr- v. f~:
ISOLD ON sS YEARS RECORD
STYLES, SIZES AHQ FRIGES TO SUIT ALL
: THE MAN WHO I
IS BIG ENOUGH
to profit by experience gets on
the smoothest.
By buying a "cheap" stove
or range you make, a mistake.
By buying a Charter Oak, you
do not make a mistake, you
save fuel, trouble and money
iry ATl/t
I Profit bv the experience of those who have used Charter Oak jj
Stoves an<; Ranges. |
For Sale bv THE JUNEAU FURNITURE COMPANY
*" Ttx Home FarnUfwri" Cor. 3rd rod Seward Sli.
! m A NOK and piano players f
0 ^i. JL.?A.i_ >i KJr KjP Edison Diamond Disc Phonographs, o
| COLUMBIA TALKING MACHINES. VICTOR VICTROLAS !
S 15,000 Records (or All Machine*. Sfieet Mask, Small Musical Instrument* <>
| JUNEAU MUSIC HOUSE |
? Elmer E. Smith. Prop. THREE STORES. J. P. L. Graves, Mgr. *>
% Rexall Drug Store, Douglas. Front Street Drug Store, Douglas ?
| SPECIALS on GROCERIES |
r | For a few days we are offering several SPECIALS ::
| on GROCERIES. It will pay yon to come and I
| see os before buying elsewhere. # /f # f # ?< |
H. I. RAYMOND SS |
jl jl ;
I IS THIS YOUR IDEA?
of dressing well, or is your taste more mod- f::
est? Either way, our offerings are so va
ried, and so modish, they'll suit your likes?
.-and your purse! !!;?
A.-Good Looker
They are sure good to look at and are "J
equally as comfortable. Some mighty trim
Shapes to choose-from; all of exclusive fa
shions, with that touch of quality that is jjv
recognized at a glance. ? ?;;
A FINE CRAVAT |
lends a jtouch of elegance to your dress. The ?::
Spring shapes are wide, and rich in color
ings, and we have chosen the weaves we T-':
know will wear. ;;V
Hanan's glove fitting shoes that will ;;J
give you the supreme degree of comfort.
I benjamin dinted(SQolhcs
1 IT WILL PAY YGD to look at
ikese Efew Spring Arrivals!
I B.M. Behrends Company, Inc. g
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I"I I I I 11 ? I I I I I Ml-H-H-M-K 1-1-1-H-H-h-HH-i-H-l ?! 1 I i i M !??! I I II I I !?
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JUNEAU 8TEAM8HIP CO. r
United State# Mall
STEAMER GEORGIA ?
Juneau-Sitka Route
Loaves Juneau :or Douglas, Fun- <
ter. Hoonao. Gypsum. Tnnaken.
Klillanoo, Chatham and Sitka every
WednoBdny at 12:01 a. m.
Juneau-Skagway Route
Leaves Juneau for Dougloa, Gaglo
River, Sentinel Light Station. El
drld Rock Light Station, Comot, 1
Haines, Skagway every Sunday at
12:01 a. m. Returning, leaves i
Skagway tho following day at 12:02
a. :n. ;
WILLIS E. NO WELL. MANAGER ; ?
1
William Pallister, M. D., j,
Specialist in the treatment of diseases
and deformities of the eye and ear.
nose and tliroot
Officei; Fourth Floor, Goldstein Buildlnir ^
Offlco Phone 150. Boiidcncc Phono 151.
in I ? 11 ?? 1 1 ? 11 ?
Phone 388 Strictly Flrat CUrj ( ^
Juneau Construction Co. 1
Contractors nstoro und onico tlx- s
?? ^?turcit. Mlxeion furnl
ture. Wood turn Inc. Hand suwinif.
JUNEAU. ALASKA
G. K. GILBERT
PLUMBING and
8HEET METAL WORKS
121 Front St Phono 35*
I
I I
Y L. G Thoman Mori F. Thomas <>
? Alaska Furniture S Undertaking
Co., Inc.
| Funeral Directors & Fmbaimers
? Doujrlu >
I Douglas Undertaking B
I PARL()RS==a I
Funeral Directors and Embalmcrs 1:
| H. V. gULLY J
"BOX CANDY"
?of the better kind?LIGGETTS,
GUTH and FENWAY?
Elegant Assortment
The Rcllablo Rexall Store.
Mrs. Rniph Hcaly of Perseverance,
Is spending a few days In die city.
??????*??"? D RUGS
Doran's Prescription Pharmacy
MILTON WINN. P oprfctor
A i rue Drug Shop where Drugs receive the
! greatest attention because they demand
the greatest attention. I
I :-: OUR PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT
la Modern, Complete and Efficient
-H-l-H-H-H-H-H I I ! I I I I I I I I I I I H-H-H -I-I-I-I I 1 Mil H ] H III I
i( M|P f for the Mechanic and
; JSSSSSSSSSS ^or *n ::
any kind of Toilet Soap '?
f AT SMITH'S DRUG "STORE i!
Elmor E. Smith, Douglas, Alaska- 1
:?'!?! I I M"I M^M-l 1"I 1 I i IM M III I 1 1 1 1 I
i Douglas Opera House Hotel ;;
?resh Qlympia Oysters ::
FREE MOVING PICTURES SUNDAY NIGHT o
> The Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars o
PETE ROLANDO, Prop. Douglas, Alaska <!
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