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DOUGLAS. April 29.?Mrs. A. D
this morning to join her husband. wh<
Is employed in the Douglas Meat .Mar
kot.
Union neit Mondya night.
Mayo Anderson, who was employe
for nearly a year in the assay otlle*
at .Treadwell, returned from a vara
Everlasting Chisels
o
steel-cap and shank
nothing better al
any price. Set, 1-4
in. to 11-2 in. Witli
canvas bag? $5.5C
We also sell Whites,
Jennings and With
erbys Chisels.
ALUMINNUM
LEVELS
with large glass
dials. The finest and
latest level on the
market.
MORTISE INSIDE LOCK
SETS for 40 cents.
Why pay 50c and more for
the same thing.
Specialists in FINE TOOLS
and BUILDERS' HARD
WARE
Castineau Hardware Co.
eye-strain H
i * thousands jj
are wasting nervous energy equi- 3
valent to that consumed at hard M
labor. Such sufferers cannot un- ;-j
derstand why they should need ^
Classes so lonff as they "SEE so H
well."
I The ordinary test by letters is H
poxi for determining SHARP- ?
NESS of vision, but is absurd iw
a test for EYESTRAIN.
Scientific measurement of the
eyes by a skilled op-tom-c-trist. S
a measurer of the eye. if you ?
please, and the correct adaption ?
of classes, is the only safe, sane ^
and topical means of relieving a
eyestrain.
ROBERT SIMPSON
OPTOMETRIST & OPTICIAN
? .
>jay 27th to Jane 2d --- Douglas Rink
Big Spring Carnival
Auspices Fraternal Order of Eagles
THE BIG EVENT OF THE YEAR
i i
^ FIRST TERRITORIAL RANK, i
Douglas Q f ALASKA 26 Frort 1t. Juneau I '
INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS a Q
ACCOUNTS, AND ON TIME DEPOSITS 4r Q
| ALASKA MEAT COMPANY Reck. Mgr. v
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Manufacturers of al! Kinds of Sausages Our Hams and Bacon Are J
Home-Smoked
________________________ ______ (l
| :? |I?F ;? -'%! scribes BRING YOUR ;J "u
JLtR\%J\AkJ PRESCRIPTION TO US 1| L
It will be tilled promptly vvitb the greatest 1
care, and delivered at your residence it' yon de- w
Doran's Prescription Pharmacy 1';;;
213 2nd St. ? Milton Winn. Prop. l| nI
Phone 3 PROMPT FREE DELIVERY | J*
pHIRSUTONE"!:
I THE IDEAL HAIR TONIC J
f WITH A GUARANTEE OF SATISFACTION ? IT WILL REMOVE -T l'V
I DANDRUFF. NINETY PER CENT OF THE MEN ARE TROU- t !>'|
T BLED WITH THIS DISEASE. TRY A 50c OR 51.00 BOTTLE AND + va
I GET RELIEF. SOLD ONLY 2
[ AT SMITH'S DRUG STORE J .
!? Elmer E. Smith, Douglas Alaska.
I i M-H-i-t ; i i M !? i ! i ; I : r i : ; I ; : at
! Douglas Opera House Hotel t'
Fresh 0!ympia Oysters t
FREE MOVING PICTURES SUNDAY NIGHT %
The Best of Wines Lifjuora an<] Ti^rs
PETE ROLAN'DO. Prop. Douglas, Alaska |
Landmen
Tailor for Men and Women
Suite A, Henson Sldg.
Phone SO Douglas
. tlott on the Admiral Watson thl
, morning.
j Roscoo Laughlln left for Seward 01
the Alameda last night.
Miss Moloney, who has taught fo
the past two years at SKagwuv. am
] ills.; Scott, or Walla Walla, have heei
elected to the primary grudes of th
Douglas school.
TKEADWEU., April 29. Frofesso
Cory. a noted power expert from th<
' States. is looking over the power sit
uation for the Alaska-Junoau and wll
i make report to the directors.
1 Mrs. H. H. Wnyland will leave fo
her homo In Seattle 011 the Spokam
| ? >mnrrow raorriliig;
' There will be no hand practice to
: night owing to the fact that the Cat
[ nival Is making a big night tonight fo:
I the closing.
The Spokane .s duo on her v/a;
1 south u 3 o'clock tomorrow morning
She wlU carry a shipment of bullioi
south.
The Carnival committee Is llgurim
on enlarging the space for dancing or
the club Jloor tonight. The rnilin*
will probably' be moved back aboul
(WANTED Housework by exper
ienced young woman. Apply Sam
Mackle's residence. Ferris' cottages
near Trvadwell. 4-2S-3t.
tonight the last
night of carnival
V
TKKADU'ELL. April 2SE With a
?ecorl or two crowded nights at the
Troadweli baseball carnival to date,
tonight, according to the management
will be the climax and several extra
features will be given, including the
i'amous "WLnngdoodle" quartette,
which has been engaged to l'uruish the
music for the dance. The wild man
i getting more wild every minute and
may at any time break loose. The big
entertainment has closed so far at mid
night each night, but tonight it will be
kept open as long as there is anything
From present Indications there will
be ample amount of money cleared to
start the baseball season right and as
sure a gocd team for Treadwell.
j. h. Mckenzie is
CONSULTING ENGINEER
TKKADWKI.l.. April 29.?According
to advices received here. John H. Mc-'
Keuzfe has been appointed consulting!
engineer for tlse Alaska Gold Mining J
company, and will probably spend;
most of the coming summer in the
Mr. McKenzio, who is a well-knowi
ii I mining engineer, is a heavy stockhold
er and is one of tho board of director
r; of the Alaskii-Juneau company.
I No announcement" or future phin
it; for development can be obtained a
e present, but instructions are expectei
soon.
r "LUCILLE LOVE" AT
THE LYRIC THEATRE
1. DOUGLAS, April 29.- The 10th epi
sode In the "Lucille Love" serios o
ri moving pictures, which was producet
. j at the Lyric theatre last night, is sale
to be the best picture so far in tha
series. Tho pictures will bo repent e;
. tonigbt and in addition a good corned]
r and a first class drama will be ruii **'
ii in1
Vdeadlock halts \
:\ the assembly
(Continued from Pane 1.)
1 held on this question.
The House.'s action In killing tlu
! Hubbard school bill, which provided
| lor an election two vearse hence ol
', a school superintendent, and the sub
? I sequent formulation of a school sys
; tent, by a board, practically killed the
bill appropriating" 25 per cent, of the
forest moneys for school purposes,
While this question was under discus
sion in the Senate. Senator Suler re
newed S. B. 1. asking for forest re
serve moneys for roads and trails in
the First division. He moved to
amend the bill by making appropria
tion of $6000 for a school at Craig.
"We need this school, and if we have
no general school bill, that money
will lie in "the treasury, doing no one
any good." he said. Senator Millard
; wanted the money left In the Treasury.
Senator Hubbard raised a point of or
der against the bill and Committee
Chairman Aldrich sustained him.
whereupon Senator Suler with some
heat declared that "sooner or later
your ruling - against the First division
will result in putting the First divis
ion out of it altogether."
The education committee's school
bill was then laid on the table, as
was H. B. 43. changing the procedure
of admitting attorneys to the bar.
Attorney General "Peeluk."
And there may be no attorney-gen
eral. H. B. 81, the Driscoll measure,
rested serenely in its paper jacket:
this afternoon, while other matters
had the right of way. The House
amendments to the compensation act:
also hid not been acted on at 4:30 p.
S. B. 30. relating to assessment!
work, and abrogating the Waskey law, j
passed the House this morning, 11 to
3. Representative Moran of Sungnak ,
vigorously opposed the bill and Repro ;
sentatives Suow and Tansey stood:
with him in the voting. Represents
tives Burns, Coombs, Daly, Day, Dris
coll. GetchoU. Heckman. Hold. Hol
land* Shoup and Speaker Collins voted
"aye."
The House>his morning passed the
joint memorial to Congress asking that!
the limitations in the organic act for
bidding the Alaska legislature from i
controlling the Territory's fishiug re
sources be removed.
JUDGE JENNINGS TO
MEET SALOONMEN ;
Judge Robert W. Jennings, of the '
United States District court, announc
>d this afternoon that it is his de
ilre to meet all those holding licenses
o sell intoxicating liquor at Juneau}
ind Douglas and others interested to- f
norrow afternoon nt 2:30 o'clock in f
he court room at the court house. It
s his purpose to explain to them how
ie desires the census taken as a basis
or the issuance of saloon licenses for
lie coming year.
VATCH AND FOB ARE
GIVEN SUTHERLAND
Senator Dan A. Sutherland, presi
ent of the Senate, was the recipient
xtay of a handsome Howard watch
uitablv engraved, the gift of the mem
ers of the Senate. The employees
av? President Sutherland a tine
ratch fob. The fob is inscribed:
Presented to D. A. Sutherland by at
iches of the Senate, Second Alaska
egislature. 1915."
BE GUESTS OF CLUB.
Members of the Legislature have
een invited by the Arctic Club of Se
tie. through President George W. Al?
n. to make the club their headquar
?rs while in Seattle, and to be guests
[ the club at a dinner and smoker on
ie night of of May S. As many of the
Bgislators will leave for Seattle 'ho
uh\; invitation will be taken advau
ge of.
ELKS TO ENTERTAIN.
The Elks are planning another "At
ome\ for next Thursday night, at
lich time they will entertain the
ks of Gastineuu channel and their
miles?and young lady friends. The
ening will be taken up with card
lying and dancing, and will llnish
':
HEARTSEASE OPEN TO THE
PUBLIC.
V cosy place for particular people, j
celleut meals served family style I
popular prices.
JfKS. T. L. STONE, Prop'r.
303 Gold St. j
ALTAR SOCIETY TO MEET.
The Ladies' Altar Society of the
atholic church will meet tomorrow
u'tcrnoon at two o'clock in" the hall
the Juneau Catholic club.
NEW BAR APPLICANT.
Walter L. Broombnll. a rocent arriv-,
tl from the States, made application
or admission to the bar Wednesday
arid Judge R. W. Jennings ai pointed
John G. Held, J. H. Cobb and J. A. Hel
lenthal to act as an examining board
. to investigate his fitness.
FORBES AND BELL OFF
FOR EXCURSION INLET
I*
Robert Rorbes, Alaska manager of
the Pacific Alaska Fisheries company.j
loft for Excursion inlet today on his
boat "Warrior." .Mr. Forbes was ac- j
I coinpanied by Robert Bell who is op
erating a cannery at the same Inlet.
ODD FELLOWS CELEBRATE
AT HALL TONIGHT
Juneau. Douglas and visiting Odd
Fellows, members of the Daughters
of Rebohah will celebrate the 97tli an
niversary of Odd Fellowship at the
Odd Follows' hall tonight.
INTERIOR MEN ON
THE ADMIRAL WATSON
L. S. Robe, a prominent surveyor off
Iditarod. passed through Juneau on
the Admiral Watson, on his way to
the Westward. For many years Mr.}
"j
Kobe hud charge of the mining oper-|
ations of the Northern Commercial.
company. 1
James Sterling, member of'the Fair-; I
banks mercantile firm of Vachon and
Sterling, visited friends in Juneau last i
night while the Admiral Watson was j'
in port. He is on his way to Seward j
where contemplates establishing .an
other store. I
,
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* CLASSIFIED ADV. *! <
* ;
* ?> -v a + + + + + 4 1
WANTED?Plain sewing either at
your home or mine. A-Empire. 4-20-2t.
FOUND?Man's overcoat. Leave at j.
Empire olllce. 4-28-tf
^
Japanese, experienced first class
cook wants position at hotel, camp or t
boarding house. Add. J. S. K., P. O. -
Box 110, Juneau, Alaskn. 4-27-4t.
FOR RENT -Unfurnished apart-10
inent, three rooms and bath; $17.00, ,s
including water. Pet tit & Harvey,
Agts. 4-26-1 in.
, K
FOR RENT?Two nicely furnished
?ooms for light housekeeping, apply 1
flutler-Mauro Drug Co.. Front st. -
?(4-27-6t.)
-: a
nun i rv/iv. o.'ii.ct?oi.\ iiuim:
power, reverse gear, Columbia river j
boat In good condition for sale cheap.
Inquire Republic Saloon, Douglas.
- (4-27-6t)?
FOR SALE?500 hendoefc trap plies,!
ranging in length from 80 to 125 feet,
all lengths. Inquire of Dave Pierce,
Kake Alaska, for information. 47-lm.
FOR SALE?M; D. Berry's entire
transfer out fit at bargain. 3-16-tf.
FOR SALE?Six-room house on good !
lot: price reasonable. Part terms?
G34 E 6th St. 3-81m.
FOR SALE?Six-room house on lot t
50 x 90 foot. Cash only considered. '
530 Sixth street. 3-19-tr.
?. i
HOUSE for rent. Mrs. M. Davis.? l
A SNAP for the right party. A -
business proposition, ?500 in cash 1p
needed. Also a peanut and popcori
roaster. See Hattrick and Danielson.
! Willoughby Avenue. Phone 146. !
?4-29-tf.?
j
FOR ironing or other day work ex- ?
j ccpt washing, phone 113. ' 4-26-lw.: -
? v *!? ?> ?> ? + + ?!??> 4* ?
?> ?>
? CLASSIFIED ADV. *
? *
4? + <? + + v ?>
LOST?Light-grey overcoat at the
Legislators' ball. Finder please re
turn to Frank Hughes, Juneau Dairy.
- 4-28-2t.)
Waited?To rent a 3 or 4-room fur
nished cottage or apartment. AddcsH
;)ost office box 793.
WANTED?Young man, used to hnn
lling tools, apply P. 0. Box 401, Doug
las. 4-27-6t.
FOR RENT ?Desirable four-room
flat. New Building, 3 Gold Street.
Phone 12S. 4-1-tf.
FOR RENT?Five rooms and bath,
concrete houso, phono 369. 2-lC-tf.
?QR RENT ? Modern Houso. I. J.
Sharlck. 3-27-tf.
FOR RENT, 2 nnd 3 room furnished
lousekeoplng suites; reasonable, "The
:ozy corner of Juntau." Cliff Apart
lients. near court house. 2-1-1 m.
FOR RENT?Store In good loca
Ion. Phono 165. 4-16-tf.
HOUSES FOR RENT?Four and
Ive rooms, with concrete basement,
no on Kennedy and other on Ninth
treet, phone 372. 2-3-tf
FOR SALE?Rooming house, doing
ood business, must sell, cheap, on
ccount of sickness. Enqulro Empire.
-U-26-3L
COME to the Palmist. I tell you
bout work, business, marriage and
io future. Get your fortune told.
)G Front St. 4-3-1 mo.
St. Nicholas leaves ror Tenakoe and
ay ports. Tuesdays at 8. a. m. 12-28-tf
OFFICES- For rent in Goldstein
Idg. Hot and cold running water In
ich office; also steam heat. Janitor
58 elevator service. tf.
SPACE FOR RENT In Brunswick
ullrfing. Apply Chart. Goldstein. ?**
UNDAY DINNER 50c?At New Cain
Dining Room. (lmo)
HOUSES for rent, apply F. J. Wet
(ck. 3-20-tf.
Elegant ateam-heated front apart
(Silt. Fine view; bath, phone, and
;ht free. Hot water at all hours,
exander Apts., phono 228. 13-tf
For Dandruff, wo recommend
l93"HaiB'Toinic
Wni. Britt. Juneau.
Elmer E. Smith, Douglas. ?
Tfie Last Friday
of the Month is always Remnant
Day?All Remnants and Short
? ? Ends of Stock sold at ? ^
REMNANTS OF
Silks, Woolens and
Cotton Fabrics
The Home of Hart Schaffner
& Marx Clothes.
Goldstein's Emporium
"EVERYTHING FOR EVERYBODY"
The Home of Hart Schaffncr
<?. Marx Clothes.
? r riniiiiwn-... ,
vTrrrPttrrTXl
A NEW
[] ASSORTMENT [j
! i OF BRAIDS?JUST RECEIVED [?;
M ?FOR THOSE WHO WISH TO jj
| MAKE THEIR OWN HATS. '1
I Mrs. E. Sherman, |j
131 FRONT STREET
H Juneau ? ? ? Alask.1 I j
? m:?r:r.T~:r:~ ?????<
Evening Gowns
The ntire balance of our
EVENING GOWNS to be
closed out at exactly ONE-HALF
tbe regular price.
A great many styles to cboose
from, too numerous to mention
Thursday, Friday and
Saturday
VALCES FROM
$18.50 to $40.00
No. 16-18, to 36 to 40
? THE FASHION -
Charges i>uo\K 271 Approvals
1
IM ISS G Li LICK'S ?'
STUDIOS'
Private Dancing Lcajons?Stadlo for Rent ^
Day and Night 1
Janitor Service [j
i T |A apiece, wc clean 3
! ffor 1U.C all windows in "J
j frame Inside and out.
a p ff-J per month we do all
I ror ai the windows in ,thc r*
j avcrane house.
Temporary Ofilce:
Alaska Furniture Co.
j. Phone?152 ?? ?
Sfyieplus #i7
Clothes,.,
"The imrne price the world ever."
L. G Thom.t* Merl F. Thomas ^
Alaska Furniture 3 Undertaking o
Co., Inc. 4
Funeral Directors & Fmbalmers t
DouirUw Alaska
Douglas Undertaking I
=PARLOR^== 1
Funeral Dircc'tgipi and Em Maimers jjj
H. V. ?ULLY "

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