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NEW CAROM BILLIARD TA3LE.
The Brunswick billiard parlors are replacing one of their pocket billiard win make two carom tables for this amusement place. Increasing busi ness is responsible for the change. j Extra choice cut flowers and pot ted plants for Easter?See the floral display at Winter & Pond's. ---I GUESTS OF MRS. GUYOT. Mrs Ira. King and daughter. Miss Carrlne King, or Haines, are guests of Mrs. S. Guyot or this city. The Princess May is duo at seven o'clock this evening. The Al-KI Is duo at noon tomorrow. She will leave for the south at four o'clock. (Advertisement) PLATFORM OF "NEW CITY COUN CIL TICKET" 1st.?We promise to maintain the j schools in the highest stnte of ofllci ency; and during the term will sub mit to the people a feasnble and com prehensive plan for providing an ado j quale fire-proof school building. 2d?We promise to support tho fire department and to treat its members fairly. 3rd?We promise to provide a float for the mosquito fleet and will make an efTort to secure tho return of tho fishing fleet, which has now gone else where for the want of\proper accom modations. 4th?We promifie an eight hour day to the working men, as now provided by law; but which law has been con sistently ignored. 5th?We promise to perform tho du tios for which wo are elected; and not turn our work over to the hired man; and we promise to employ only ablp and efficient officers. Gth?We promise to repeal obnox ious and tyrannical laws, which sorvc no useful purpose but are a source of hardship and annoyance to the peo ple. We propose to make Juneau a desirable town to live in. 7th?We promise to maintain the 'city dock and rcduco tho price of j coal, believing it unfair to charge the j people a profit on their own enterprise. Sth?Wo promise to rcduco taxes i and equalizo tho samo. treating all j i o uun?.. ' 9th?Wc view with alarm, the over increasing public indebtedhess, unlaw fully contracted 'during the past three years. Such public debt is but a lien on the wages of the working men and a mortgage against the realty owners. We promise to puv all Just debts now owing by tho city and refrain from in curring any new one. 10th?We shall enedavor to induce the people of outlying towns and camps to visit our city, and will in | sure them fair treatment during their stay. 11th?We shall prepare a budget as early as possible, giving estimated re ceipts and disbursements for the term: and submit it to the peoplo in order that thoy may know how their money is being expended. We are just plain common men; nothing fancy about any of us. We arc old time Alaskan, have made a suc cess of our own affairs and can do the same for tho public. (Signed.) M. E. RUSSELL. O. J. WICKLANDER. J. W. MacMlLLAN. OLIVER DRAXGE. SAM KOIIX. R. M. KEENY. E. VALENTINE. Personnel of "New Council Ticket." M. E. RUSSEL:?Has been a resi dent of Alaska for thirty-two years past, arriving in the Territory in 1SS3, He guided the Lieut. Swatka explora tion party down the Yukon and Cop per rivers. He has been one of the pioneers of the great camps of Alaska and has been guide and trail blazer on many a hard stampede. He has mined successfully throughout the country and is one of the heavy real estate owners of the town. He serv ed two terras in the Juneau city coun cil where he made good, always at tending to the business for which he was elected. O. J. Wicklander?Proprietor of tho Enterprise Foundry, a resident of Al aska for eighteen years past, has been in'the foundry business all tho time since his arrival here: a first class man in his line and a good, safe business man, always attentive to business. He will make an excellent councilman. J. W. MacMlllan?Is a member of tho firm of the MacMillan Brothers. General Merchandise Co.. Franklin Street, Juneau; has been a rosldent of Alaska for tho past ten years. He was a successful miner and merchant in Valdos, coming to Juncnu about j two years ago whero he engaged in * the goneral mercantile business and 2 hns been one of the successful bU3i- 2 ness men of the city. As 11 council- ?) man ho will equal the best that Ju- ] neau ever hud. R. M. Keeney?One of tho largo H property holders of Juneau, cunie to 2 Alaska seventeen years ago; employed J at various times in conatructing J wharves. logging and lumbering. Kor j years ho was monger of the Oily Dock ? at Juneau; always ready to lqiid a I helping hand in public affairs; could ? not bo excelled as a constructor of streets, wharves and tho like; always * industrious and attentive to business; none' could serve the people better ? * than he. j. Oliver Drange?I'roprieior 01 me ? "Juneau Cold Storage Co.: a reel- * dent of Juneau for the past fifteen - years, where ho has been a success- I ful business mnn; always ready add ? willing in the cause of right: genial, I honest and a hard worker; a mnn of * recognized ability and education; Ju- * noau could not do better than place * her affairs In the hands of Olivor ? Drango. I Sam Kohn?A resident of Alaska ? for forty-five years, coming to Wran- I gell in 1S70: mined on the Stikine * river and conducted several business - enterprises at Wrangell; residing per- * manently at Juneau since 1SS8, where ? he holds interests in several promis ing mining claims: he also owns con- ! slderable property in tho city; he has ; always been a public spirited citizen - and many are the kindly deeds ro- * corded in favor of him: generous and ? kind to all; every one knows "Good * old Sam Kahn." E. Valentine?A resident a Juneau * for twenty-nine years past, arriving 1 here In the Spring of 1S86,; be has J successfully conducted tho "Valentine i Jewelry" business over since his ar- -j rival. Before the city incorporated, j he was chairman of the "Board of *j Public Safety", for Ave years; serv- J ed as councilman one term?1902-03; j was elected mayor of the city and Ij I served four terms: during his admin- j I Istration and through his u/forts, tho j rates on coal, freight, wharfage and | other public utilities were practically ? cut in two. He is one of tho property * owners of Juneau. It is safe to say ? that no man has worked harder for I Alaska and Juneau's welfare than he * has. Ho stands on his record of ac- - compllshment. ? ? ? ; Easter flowers?make your selection NOW. Winter & Pond's. 2-2t - + + t + ?!'?!? <? + + + + ?> + f- + + * ? -i * <? CLASSIFIED ADV. * *3 ? ??++?-!? ? ? +++ + + <? 4 j LOST?Saturday. Lady's gold hat pin; Elk tooth mounting. Finder will kindly notify Mrs. J. B. Caro. Suit able reward. ' -t-l-3t. WANTED?Thoroughly competent maid for socond work. Must start g work by April 15. Apply Mrs. P. K. [Bradley, Trcadwoll. 3-31-3t FOR SALE?Improved tidcland lot on Willoughby avenue, near Krlg baura's bam. This may easily be made to produce 30 to 40 per cent, on the i investment. Address XX?Empire.? I FOR SALE?M. D. Berry's entire transfer out fit at bnrgnin. 3-16-tf. FOR SALE?Six-room house on good lot; price reasonable. Part terms? 634 E Cth St. 3-Slm. FOR SALE?Six-room houso on lot r.O x 90 foot. Cash only considered, 530 Sixth street. 3-19-tf. FOR RENT ?Desirable four-room flat. New Building, 3 Gold Street. Phone 128. 4-1-tf. FOR RENT?Four-room flat, modern, with bath. I Goldstein. 3-29-tf FOR RENT?Fivo rooms and bath, concrete house, phono 369. 2-16-tf. ? FOR RENT ? Modern House. L J. ? Sharlck. 3-27-tf. j| FOR RENT?House. 5 rooms, bath; ^ i phone 2202. 3-20-tf j FOR RENT?Suite of rooms and j bath; hot water heat, 32C Second St.. ? phono 41. suitable for 2 men. or man | and wife. 3-1-tf. FOR RENT, 2 and 3 room furnished ! housekeeping suites; reasonable, "The ; coxy corner of Juntau." Cliff Apart- ! mentr., near court house. 2-1-lm. j FOR RENT?Large nicely furnish- . cd room. Alaska Stenm Laundry. 10-tf [ HOUSE for rent. Mrs. M. Davln.? ! NIFTY Easter neckwear. Just in. J Mrs. M. D. Berry's store, 3rd and ? Franklin. 3-20-tf ' HOUSES FOR RENT?Four and ? five rooms, with concreto basement, one on Kennedy and other on Ninth ? street, phono 372. 2-3-tf ! POTTED PLANTS?and flowers aro ' now on sale by St. Luke's Guild at the > Treadwell Store. 3-31-3t. " St Nicholas leaves for Tenakoc and - way ports. Tuesdays at 8. a. m. 12-2S-tf \ OFFICES?For rent In Goldstein * Bldg. Hot and cold running water In each office; also steam hont. Janitor ' and elevator servico. tf. ' SPACE FOR RENT 'n Brunswick ? Building. Apply CbaH. Goldstein. *** SUNDAY DINNER 50e?AtJNow Cain ; Dining Room. (lmo) A HOUSES for rent, apply F. J. Wet- J Alexander Apts., phone 228, 13-tf For Saiej a Four-room house in Gold Belt ^ Add., lot 45x70 ft.; price $1500. ? d $750 cash. ? Gold Belt Add., lot 35x80 ft.: S S just the place for a rico home: ? ? g price only $750; good terms. ? Six-room house; good neigh 5j berhood. partly furnished; price J $3000; $1,250 cash. Lots In Nelson's Add; from ? <j ?200 up; water, sower and olec- | ; trie light: good view; very ^ ji good terms. Builder's opportunity, double ? corner, room for four cottages, i price $1150: good terms. Cheap tide land lots on terms, j) List your houses and lots with j: us for sale or for rent. Juneau Realty Co. f 122 Front St. 'j ; j MRS. N. M. EEY PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER noon 923 G01.05TLIN ULOCK REGISTRATION FOR TUESDAY'S ELECTION WILL CLOSE AT FOUR) O'CLOCK TOMORROW AFTER. NOON. THE REGISTRATION j BOOKS WILL BE OPEN AT THE' j CITY HALL TONIGHT AND TO i MORROW MORNING AND AFTER NOON. ONLY THOSE REGISTERED CAN VOTE NEXT TUESDAY. EV ; ERY AMERICAN CITIZEN, MALE; OR FEMALE. OVER THE AGE OF1 21 YEARS WHO HAS RESIDED IN ALASKA ONE YEAR AND JUNEAU SIX MONTHS IS QUALIFIED TO! REGISTER AND VOTE. E. A. Friend, recently from Phlln- j dolphin, Is in Juneau in the interest' of the H. K. Mulford company, the manufacturers of drugs, and drugstore' goods. He is at the New Cain. JUNEAU NEEDS THE ASSIST ANCE OF EVERY GOOD CITIZEN? I MAN AND WOMAN?AT TUES-, DAY'S ELECTION. ONLY THOSE;' WHO HAVE REGISTERED CAN (SERVE THE CITY. THE REGIS TRATION BOOKS CLOSE TOMOR-! i1 ROW AFTERNOON AT i O'CLOCK.1 ?3 I I I I iH-lMM i TRY THEM? Goldstein's Emporium hns the agency for those famous Ogle eggs. Every one dated and guaranteed.? (3-19-tf.) i t ! I I I I M M il I 11 (j ?M-M i M-frti? Ulliiil ;? v-W-K- -?-?? m i i u n n u'v ,' LILY LANGTRY | I "THE JERSEY LILY" i! ? If you intend to go to the BEST show in town Saturday and ? ? ? Sunday evening, you wili have to go to \ I THE DREAM THEATRE II jj where this favorite of two continents will hold you spellbound with |' t her wonderful interpretation of | "His Neighbor's Wife" | ?f By the way. Lily Langtry is a Famous Player star?at The Dream [I tomorrow. Remembers?prices for all?entire lower floor 50c; entire T balcony 25c. and children under 12 years of age, 10c. i TWO SHOWS NIGHTLY?EACH SHOW CONSISTING OF 6 BEAU- ^ I TIFUL REELS < IlllillllWI H t-M-fr-Hf I'W+WWH > I I HI I I 1 | 1 1 HI | I FT COSTS ?0 LITTLE : considering its sanitary assurance and great | durability that your order "A Standard" j Modern Bathroom installed at once", will be most prudent and judicious. | fyiARSHALl. and IfeWMAN | r7 i, P!ambi(t-j,H*a?lBiJ>Roof;niJ.Shrc?Met.iltVorkii j J "HOSE 373 JUNEAU. ALASKA ? V ? ' 'vinr i i; | THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK j| ? 1 OF JONEAU | United States Deposit S100.000.00 t q Capital, Surplus and undivided Profits over 100,000.00 United Mates Depository a i!| _ [I ?She Charm of finera^s and draperies <1 OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE AND OUR PRICES RIGHT THE JUNEAU FURNITURE COMPANY Phone 261 Juneau's Leading Furniture House | PI A AND piako players | ^ A__ , Edison Diamond Disc Phonographs, * $ ? oi t COLUMBIA TALKING MACHINES. VICTOR YICTROIAS t o 15.000 Records for AH Machines. Sheet Music, Small Musical Instruments O ! JUNEAU MUSIC HOUSE f Elmer E. Smith. Prop. THREE STORES. J. P L. Graves, Mgr. ? V ? Rcxali Drug Store, Doc*,!lax. Front Street Dr:n} Store, Douglas ? 0*>0^<><>+++<K>OX>-OG*000040<lOQ<><>0<^00<><>++>+0++++<&>00<t>00 ..r?rw- r?a A i :.T J vrr?. iCJBMUtoi /MS Florsfieim h Snoes | ONION SET'S Arc scarce; we have them. Order Now. a 1 ?; FOR ? Gents' Furnishing Goods Clothing, Hats and Shoes irunks, Suit Gases, Hand Bags ?60 TO???? H.}. RAYMOND 8 CO. Stetson" 1 Oats f SEED POTATOES | We have a few i on hand how. I Order Early. Rain Coa I The Alaska Grill I | Full Orchestra Music during Dinner Hour % | ======= A T no Best Appointed I i Place in Town ? ! ! . === I! i * r Best of Everything Served ? ? at Moderate Prices X ?>- ? ? . There Is No Question hut that indigestion and the distressed feeling which always goes with it can bo promptly relieved by taking a DSia before and after each meal. 25c a box. Wm. Britt, Juneau. Elmer E. Smith. Douglas. mvr..vTy&MZGayz: Rh-i-h^~h~:-h-h-s~h~h' Hh-h-h-i \: m m h-h-h-k-h m n i; i :-m i-i- w-h i i m i i it m j > I ?! i.m hi i-i:-.; i.-i'-i 'i-lffi-H1 i i'M-; i H-nt !? n 11 i 1111 n ill' u:: Easter Footwear ?. Fashions are Here- | your footwear should be as distinctively stylish as jj-j your hat or gown, if not more so?. To be positive that it is, you have but to select from our exceptionally . exclusive effect in UTZ & DUNN CO. Fine SHOES for Women The largest assortment we have ever shown, distinctive individual styles, pretty and graceful with their long, slender lines, fancy heels, high arches and dainty refinement of finish, they are a de- ?? light to the eye and will fit your feet to perfection. \\\\ fis everything. One of the new distinctive shapes in our Spring Hats will give a character setting to your features. In all the approved colors and with the smart curled brims. We leave no doubt as to the becomingness of any hat ;;-: fitted here, and the cost will fit your expectations. j':: ? V ? ? ? . . The Home of Benjamin Correct Clothes for Men and Young Men 3 r " . [IB. M. Behrends Company, Inc. I Watches, Diamonds Jewelry, Silverware l.j.Sharick^ jeweler ^ Optician Dainty womankind is delighted with the clucively 6wcct odor of? "BOUQUET JEANICE" Perfume, Toilet Water Sachet, Face Powder, Soap and Talcum. For Bale only at? The Rollabio itoxall Storo. for a limited time Juneau Lodge No. 700 will hold its Charter open, and the initiation fee will be only Five Dollars. ? A big class of candi dates will receive Horns at the next meeting, Thursday, the 8th. ?Fi!e your application at once with Thomas McCaul, secretary, or J. Fred erick Johnson, National Director. | :: Get the Password; Get the Rap? f Join the Jioose, and Be a "Pap!" | lllininn H 8 M i I 6 1 > I illl ? > I 11 I 11 ?I I I 11 11 1111111 11111'