j j The Alaska drill ??
;: ?_Ful! Orchestra Music during]} ;]
!! Dinner Hour ?;
!! The Best Appointed
!! Place in Town ; |
;; Best of Everything Served ;
;; at Moderate Prices
Jewelry. Silvers jre
' Jenckr and
K. D. Mac Lean
| Carpet layer and Upholsterer. :
h C.irpats Cleaned. Refitted and
Laid; Furniture Packed
138 Front St. Phone 285
R. D. PICKETT
U. S. Mineral Surveyor
U. S. Deputy Surveyor
514 GOLDSTEIN SLOG.. Juneau |
? Baggage and General Ha a ling j>j
11 coal: coal:: 11
% A. H. HL'.MPHERIES Bl<]v\ Z i
J | Trlrpfionci; Ottlcr 238; Barn 226 ? j
Peerless Concert Hall
t and Cigars /
Chas. Cragg - - Proprietor
C. Petievich J. R. McNeil
Old Kentucky 8ar I
Hotel In Connection
Family Orders Delivered Free
P. O. Box 577, Phone 91 " :
Front St. Juneau. Alaska
1I1* McKanna Transfer ;
l| 'FREIGHT?COAL?BAGGAGE |
SADDLE HORSES FOR RENT g P
o Lifiht <ind tlut; U?nlin? of all Kinds g
William Pallister, M. D.,
Specialist In tho treatment of diseases
and deformities of tho eye and car. I
nose and throat
Offices: Fourth Floor. Cotdstcin Buildin.it !
0fT.ee Phone '.30. Residence Phone 131.
BEST PLACE IN THE CITY FOR GOOD ?
Oysters, Crabs and Fith of all Kinds ! ]
GOOD STEAKS AND CHOPS I
?X* Dinner at Reasonable Prices 'X' (
Read the "Juneau Dry Club's" bul
letin In this issue. (5-7-tf.)
MINK SETS and Furs of all kinds, t
Curios and baskets at reduced prices, t
Inquire at Wills Store. 5-12-1m|s
COUNCIL MET IN
The City Council met last nlglu
in regular session with all pre?enf
except Councilman Britt. A nunibei
of communications, protests and re
quests were read and referred t<
proper committees or otherwise Uis
A request from P. K. Bradley,
perintendent of the Alaska Juneai
! mines, for. permission to erect a higl
! tension power lino through portioni
' of the city limits was read. The pro
posed line i? to start at Eleventt
street at the junction of tho channe
in the Casey-Shattuck addition, rut
straight up Eleventh to the city 11m
[its. hit into the- city limits at tin
head of Harris street and around th<
side of the bluff to the head of Ken
nedy street, down} Konnedy to th<
bluff aguin and around the blufl
through the city park to the Alaska
Petition of Protest
A petition of protest signed bj
Lockie McKinnon. James York and
August G. Brown, against the grant
hig of a lease to Winter and Pond
for the maintenance of a building or
.Main street next to their store, wat
presented and entered on the mln
uto? of the meeting.
Mr. Pond explained tho purpose 01
his building and stated that he in
tended to install a public drinking
fountain in front of hl3 place of bust
uess. and that in his occupancy oi
the unused streot he would interfere
with no one.
.Mr. York objected to the building
on the ground that It shut him ofl
from his property above and would
interfere with his building in case h(
decided to erect a house.
In the end, the matter was dis
posed of by an order directing the
city attorney to draw up a lease foi
the street in question, with a provts
ion that the right of way was to be
vacated by Winter & Pond when sc
ordered bv the council.
The first reading of a proposed city
ordinance requiring all places ir
which liquor was sold and all bil
liard parlors to close between the
hours of 1 a. m., and 6 a. ra., on week
days and from midnight Saturday to
6 a. m.. Monday, was had.
Also, the first reading of a propos
ed ordinance regulating and compell
ing fire escapes on all buildings of
more than two stories in height, and
providlug for .punishment in case of
its violation, was had.
A number of small bills were read
and ordered paid In the usual manner.
The question of purchasing new
hose for the city was a subject of
considerable discussion, and was re
ferred to the committee on fire pro
Main street, in the vicinity of the
Pacific Coast company's wharf, was
reported in a dangerous condition,
and it became the will of the council
that it should bo planked at once. Al
so, Franklin street, between Fourth
and Fifth, was ordered graveled with
sand from the school lot.
The cemetery committee reported
thartho clearing of the plot was com
pleted, and that the city engineer
would plat the ground without ex
pense to the municipality, and rec
ommended .that a small house be
erected for the use of a sexton.
Wants Police Protection
H. Bailey complained to the coun
cil of indecencies alleged to be go
ing on on Lower Front street, which
caused him to loose renters and suf
fer a financial loss. He asked that
an officer be detailed In that portion
}f the town in the night time.
A request for a lease of the exten
don of Third street beyond Willough
jy avenue, by C. Fagerson. was read
tnd referred to the street commit
DR. STORK ARKlVtii.
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Urs. E. F. Perkins at their home at
he Perseverance mine Thursday af
ernoon. Dr. Dawes was in attend
Z Second Hand furniture that looks like New at Second Hand Prices J
I WE BUY, SELL OR EXCHANGE |SFNERAL REPAIR WORK !
? ALASKA FURNITURE COMPANY |
? Second & Seward Sts. J. H. CASH Telephone 152 ?
I Scandinavian Grocery PHONE2"- qpp. city dock |
SOLE AGENTS FOR PEERLESS CEMENT BRICKS
Wholesale and Retail Groceries, Fishing Gear and Supplies
Ladies' and Gent's Furnisking Goods ?]
Alaska-Gastineau Mining Go.
THANE, f t [t ?> ALASKA
::i niniH M1 m : 1111: r 11 ri -i 11 h-h i i m i m : i i i i i m i m i
J Let Me Run Your Sewing Machine I
f FOB yx OF A CENT PER HOPS
Apply to G. E. MOTOR, Care of
I Alaska Electric Light and Power Co. ji
| THIRD AND FRANKLIN STREETS J J
n M IHllll I'M'M-M I I'M Ijl I I I 11 I I I I 11 I M II I I I 1 I I : I I i I I I
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
United States Deposits $100,000.00
Capital, Surplus and undivided Profits over 100,000.00
United States Depository
OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS UNTIL EIGHT O'CLOCK
\ BIG LEAGUE SCORES:
. At Vancouver?Seattle, 4; Vancouver.
At Tacoma?Spokane. 2; Tacoma, 0.
, At Abordeen?Victoria, 2; Adberdeen,
At Detroit?Philadelphia. 11; Detroit,
At SL Louis?St. Louis, 5; New York,!
' At Chicago^Chicago, 3; Boston, 2; j
\ At Cleveland? Cleveland-Washington j
game postponed; raiu.
j National League
j At Boston?Chicago, 3; Boston, 2.
, Other games postponed; rnin.
, At Pittsburgh ? Pittsburgh, 3; Balti
At Chicago?Chicago. 9; Brooklyn, 2,|
, At Kansas City?Kansas City, S; Buf- ?
, falo, 3.
j At St. Louis -Newark. 4; St. Louis, 3.1
STANDING OF LEAGUES.
Won Lost Pet.:
^ Victoria 13 8 .6291
Vancouver .............. 13 9 .590
Tacoraa 14 10 .583
Spokane 11 10 .523
Seattle 10 11 .476
Aberdeen ... 8 16 .333
Won Lost Pet.
Now York 13 ? S .629
Chicago .....? 14 15 .482
Detroit u? 7 9 .437
Boston 11 9 .550
Cleveland 11 13 .433
Washington 11 14 .440
Philadelphia :.. 10 12 .545
St. Louis - 9 IS .333
Won Lost Pet
Philadelphia 17 6 .73S
Chicago ..- ? 12 10 .545
Boston 11 S .518
Pittsburgh 12 12 .500
St. Louis 11 13 .458
Brooklyn 9 13 .409
Cincinnati 7 14 .333
New York 7 14 .333
Won Lost Pet.
Brooklyn ..... 13 4 .761
Pittsburgh .....?17 7 .708
Chicago - 14 11 .560
Newark 14 12 .546
Buffalo 14 17 .457
St. Louis 11 14 .440
Kansas City 15 20 .420
Baltimore 11 IS .377
HOPE GOES WEST
FOR MINING SEASON
F. T. Hope, a Valdez mining man,
passed through on the Northwestern
today for Port Wells. He is interested
in Col. B. F. Millard's property at
Granite creek. The company expects
to grind out $2,000 daily this summer,
a 75-ton stamp mill having been re
Mr. Hope is really a sourdough of
Southeastern Alaska, having lived in
! Sitka 21 years ago.
j The Empire has most readors |1
EAST IS TALKING
"The East is looking toward Ainu
ka as an opportunity for Investment,"
said former Collector of Customs B.
P. Moore, who nrriver rocently from
New York, and Is a guest at the Now
Cain hotel. "Tho advertising the
Territory received through tho pas
sage of the railroad bill by Congress,
and the successful flotation In New
York and Boston of the great Juneau
mines has acquainted thousands of
poople about Alaska who never know
th6re was such a country, or, at least
who knew littlo about it, a few years
Mr. Moore oporated gold mining
properties at Pandc Bay near Sitka,
at one time in Alaska, and still 1ms
interests in the Territory, though this
is his first northern visit in a dozen
"The improvements in Juneau and
other sections of Southeastern Alaska
that have taken place since my last
visit have been wonderful," said Mr.
Moore, "and no one can fail to see
that more and greater changes are
in store for the near future. The de
velopment of the Juneau gold belt has
but just begun."
Mr. Moore will leave on the Georgia
for Sitka Tuesday. He will return
and remain longer at Juneau before
going back to New York City, where
his home has been Binco lie left Al
Mrs. M. K. Strublc will remaiu in
the city and has a littlo time still open
for engagements as tutor. 21-21
CAMP FIRE GIRLS
OFF TO SITKA
On Tuesday, May 25y the members
of tho Alaska Camp Fire organization
will leave on the Georgia! for Sitka
to pitch their long planned summer
camp. The camp will bo conducted
under the guardianship of Miss Ed
ith Kempthornc, the founder of the
movement in Alaska.
The ten days of tho stay at camp
will ho given over to the various ac
tivities of the organization, the girls
will do all of the work about camp
and will be off on various long hikes
and trips of Interest to spots about
"Sitka. It is Miss Kemptliorne's idea
to conduct tho camp as nearly as
possible on lines parallel to those fol
lowed by tho head cump conducted
in the Maine woods each summer by
Mrs. Luther Gullck rfnd the girls arc
looking forwurd to a very Interesting
and profitable outing.
The following girls will leave on
the Georgia Tuesday:
Anno McLaughlin, Sue McLaughllu.
Hazel Jaeger, Ruth Umstead, Rose
McLaughlin, Georgia Gilpatrick, Hel
mi Aalto, Eura Matthews, Margaret
Dudley, Myrtle Jorgonscn, Mabel
Bathe, Mary Kashevaroff, Madge Case
and Carrie Craig.
HIGH SCHOOL PLAY 1
A report of the Senior Class Play
was given by Superintendent Hender
son in the school assembly this morn
ing and was as follows: Total re
ceipts from sale of tickets, $186.75.
After the entire expense of the play,
covering advertising, staging, costume
threatre rent, etc., had been paid there
was a remainder of $100.75. This
amount was decreased again by a de
ficit on the high school Totem ac
count for 1913 and 1914. After all
outstanding student accounts had been
paid there was a .balance of $60 which
it to bo turned to the High School Li
brary fund and which will be used for
the purposo of purchasing the refer
ence books for the high school.
This new book purchase, it is claim
ed, will make the Juneau high school
library tho best of its sort in the
Roasted to perfection and always
HOT, delivered to your home at 20c
per pound; open evenings. Juneau
Fruit and Vegetable Market. 5-21-2t.
| IN THE POLLING BOOTH I
(Bulletin No. 17, Juneau Dry Club)
"Qn election day, when you go behind the screen to
register your vote, when you are alone with God and your
thoughts, I want you to spe thnt long line of .little hoys,
as sweet and fresh as any of your own. going to the bur
for the first time. 1 want you to see these boys, the
cream of our land, turned into drunkards. 1 want you
to see the long lino of mothers, with eyes reddoncd from
weeping and faces drawn and haggard, waiting in the
night for the footsteps of the drunken father, and the
little ones poorly clad and often beaten. IF YOU BACK
YOUR BALLOT AGAINST THEM, I WILL NOT KNOW
WHAT TO THINK OF YOU.
I "I APPEAL TO YOU MEN IN H
THE NAME OF YOUR MAN- '
HOOD THAT YOUR PROTECT
OUR HOMES AND OUR CHIL
DREN, and I tell you women that
IF THERE EVER WAS A TIME
WHEN YOU SHOULD BE
AROUSED, IT IS NOW. I Point
to a better dny, which will re
verso the old order, a day of
der. a day of brave women and
?Mrs. Nellie McClung in Union Signal.
MORAL CITIZENSHIP IS TESTED
AT THE BALLOT BOX
I With ballot in hand you will grant the liquor traf
fic the privileges of ruining your boy and your girl,
vour neighbor's boy and girl, or you will DECLARE FOR
THE PROTECTION OF THE HOME.
WHICH WILL IT BE?
of fine land was purchased at Mooseheart near Chicago by the Supreme lodge,
Loyal Order of Moose of the World, and dedicated by the Vice-President of
the TJ. S., Hon. Thomas R. Marshall, July 27,1913,. for the world's largest vo
cational school. Millions of dollars are being spent in erecting and maintain
ing a free school there for children of members of this order which is also
erecting a large Moose Sanitarium and Home for aged and infirm members. ? :
(Already about 500 children are being trained in the allied trades and arts at
Mooseheart. In a recent article in the Chicago Tribune, Henry M. Hyde,
said of Mooseheart: "A great farm school which owes nothing to the bene
fiction of any philanthropist,, about which there is no taint of public or pri- i\ ?
vate charity. A school which starts with an annual income of $500,000.00; a | !
school which is owned in common by half a million men of modest position
and income." Every member of Juneau Lodge No. 700 is entitled to the vo
cational education fqr his children at Mooseheart which also provides for the |
care of himself and wife in old age. The charter is now open and a cordial
invitation is extended to all men of the Caucasian race able to read and write
the English language, of good moral' characters and believing in a Supreme I;
I Being. For a short time only the initiation fee will be $5. Dues are $3.25 jj
quarterly in advance and entitle you to doctor's services free fdr yourself and
family, $9 per week when sick and $100 in case of death. File your applica
tion today with Dr. Mahone in the Goldstein building and be one of the next
large class for initiation.
C. SECREST, Dictator. J. FREDERICK JOHNSON, National Director. |
ALFRED BOAS, District Director.
'5 : >0C W- 3-I-W-W-t Mill I i! li HI II III Ml
IWeVe Got It
?; Everything in the line of Wines, Liquors, Cigars
j| JUNEAU LIQUOR GO.,Inc.
: "The Family Liquor Store"-Phone 94-Free Delivery
iiimim tj i H-m i ii 111 ii'
? -l-I 1-1 I-I-I H-M-t-H 1111111
f W -M-M-M-H"! MM R H-H-H-H-I-H Mil H M-I-H-I-M 1 i I 1 H-I-*
III -The Grotto II:
?? X La VELLE & BROPHY I!
Distributors of High Glass, Double ;;
;! ?- Stamp Whiskey, 'Vines and Cordials ;;
Olympia and Rainier Beer
95 FRONT STREET TELEPHONE NO. 210 ~
X ?H-H-M-H-H-H; 11 ?: 1111lh^R-H-H-H-H-H-I H I H H I i HMT
? -i-H-H-H-i-n-H-i-HH-i-M i M i H-H I m H-H-M1 i Mi-ti MM RH
CHOICE FRESH GROCERIES
===== FOR FAMILY TRADE =====
PHONE 385 J. M. GIOVANETTI Prompt Sc.-vice
[?Heidelberg Liquor Co.-,
? j 1 INCORPORATED = I
Largest Stock Beat Brands or
o Imported and Domestic Liquors
and Wines for Family Uoc.
Free Concert Every Evening 7 Till 12
Free Delivery. Mail Orders a Specialty. Telephone 386
Fre? Moving Picture 8how? Every
Afternoon and Evening
WILLIAM 8CRIBNER, Mngr.
Offlhrn ordering BEER
insist on RAINIER PALE I
Full lino frfflh and cured rocata-Govcrnmcnt Inspected. Try our WUd Roao Lard
Frye-Bruhn Market A,lhs.S"^??'?r
JUNEAU 8TEAM8HIP CO.
United 8tatee Mall
Loaves Juneau lor Douglas, Fun
tor, Hoonah, Qypnum, Tenakeo,
Kllllsnoo, Chatham and Sitka every |
Wednesday at 12:01 a. m.
Leaves Juneau for Douglas, Eagle
River, Sentinel Light Station. El
drid Rock Light Station, Comot,
Haines, Skagway ovory Sunday at
12:01 a. in. Returning, leaves
Skagway the following day at 12:02
WILLIS E. NOWELL, MANAGER
? " i
G. K. GILBERT
8HEET METAL WORK?
121 Front 8t Phono 353
\ V O
A. EIKLAND ?
flFlrct class work at reasonable
rateo ? Goneral repairing ?
special furniture.. Estimates
Free. - - - 'Phone 254
Juneau Transfer Go. |
* PHONE 48 $ |
WE ALWAYS HAVE " |
GOOD COAL I
? Moving Carefully Done
ii Bagjago To and From All Boata i: p
37 FRONT STREET ,, |
UAI1 FOR SALE /-jhn
HALL r r5eu
Apartment aito on good lorlcBM.
ann market worth IIS,000.
Now 112,000. Income C?,lt|,
PAVNF from old houaoJtOpcr 0""'C'
l a\i hi. m0nth. Close in corner uaib.
COxlSU to alley ISO feet.
M-H-H M I I I I 1 I t M I M IH-H ??
I A. Benson ^ 1
F Stand at WOU' Grocery Store T
? Phonco 4*0 or S-8-6 I
j- ORDERS PROMPTLY EXECUTED 4"
M M M I I I 1 III it
Phone 283 Strictly Pint Clan
Juneau Construction Co.
Contractors QStoru and office flx
===== -Auras. Minion furni
ture. Wood turning. Band sawfnsr.
<C... i =v
Rntcn Jtcaoonnblo Third and Harris Strict, Juneu
Newly built and newly fu rnlshed, modern In all rcspecte, steam
heated, electric lighted, hot and cold water In every room; bath on
every floor, Including a shower bath. Sanitary conditions perfect.
Dining room In connection.
COMFORTABLE WINTER QUARTERS -AT THE
Prepare for cold weather by getting a steam heated
room* Best possible rates for permanent room
er during the winter months.
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