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.? ???? ?.-wr?-- * "The Castaways Find Peace and Love." ^ DANIEL FROHMAN f Presents Mary Pickford 1 In a Tragic Epic "HEARTS ADRIFT"! A drama of devotion and sacrifice, providing Mary Pickford with o a distinctly new role. Produced by the Famous Players. This famous ^ picture is on at O THE DREAM THEATRE! PRICES AS USUAL?25c AND 10c | INDIAN IS FINED. -4? Jake Williams, a native, was flneil Ave dollars In the municipal court this morning for being found in an intoxicated condition last evening. ?VW ,l.fr I WMIJT1UU' WUM'HW'I ? MJ ?.< 1 I When in Seattle Stop at the Place ior ALASKANS It's Fire-Proof. Modem and Convenient k>; RATES $1.00 Per Day and Up HOTEL BARKER |j CornerPiae sad Sixth Free Auto Bus Meets all Boats and Trains it C. O. Walston 4 Conrad Fracdlof, Props. 3 ALASKAN SOURDOUGHS * ? was? ; | -Phone 5-9. P. O. Box 673 Jjj NEW YORK 1 | EXCHANGE jj Henry Olson, Prop. | WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS 8 Front and Seward Streets JUNEAU. ALASKA . ? re ? ;: MADE IN JUNEAU Concrete Dry and Watertight Floors and Cel- ' lars. Concrete plain and ornamental Walls I and Fences. Concrete ribbed or treeel finish* ed Sidewalks and Steps. All work guaranteed. ESTIMATES AND PLANS FREE. H. D. BOURCY, Bclx JC4 Contractor I - v 'v>v W-;." >v-> ' - ? v PIONEERS. ATTENTION. A special meeting of Igloo Xo. 6. Pioneers of Alaska, is called to con I vene at Odd Fellows' hall this evening at 7:30. All members are requested to be present. Business of Importance. By order of the president. TREVOR DAVIS, Secretary. MISS COWLEY QUITS ST. ANN'S Miss Elsie Cowley, who has for the past year been a member of the St. Ann's hospital staff is severing her association with the hospital this week and will remain in the city as a private nurse. SUNDAY BAND REHEARSAL Tomorrow (Sunday) at 12:30, noon, the Juneau Band will meet at rehears al room in city hall. All band mem bers are urged to be prompt, and those having band uniforms at home will also please bring same with them. GYPSIES FOLD THEIR TENTS. 'fr 1 The last of tho gypsy band which have led such a troublesome life in Juneau during their short stay here, left for the Westward today on the Northwestern. - "All of the news aH the time." "* NU-BONE CORSETS Ladles. I will be in Juneau for a short time only. Those desiring cor sets should make as early appoint ments as possible. Call up or ad dress MRS. T. n. NEEDHAM New Cain Hotel Juneau. Alaska j KINGSBURY BUYS SIGNBOARD SPACI Word received here this mornln i from E. J. Kingsbury, brings nows tint tho Kingsbury Electrograph compuu has bought a large electric nlgnboar In San Francisco, and" practical den onstratlon of the apparatus will b (made as soon as the equipment Is in stalled. The letter came from Goorg E. Lovcgrove, promoter of the yen ture. The signboard Is on Marke : street, and it is said the compan; saved money by Its purchase. It also was learned that Walter K Zott. formerly of Juneau, had gone t< ; San Francisco from Seattle, to worl for the Electrograph this summer. C. F. ROBERTS IS NEW CABLE MANAGEF Charles F. Roberts has succeeded Paul P. Floyd as" operator In charge ol I the local United States cable office j The change became effective this I week. Mr. Floyd has been assigned tc a key in the office, but expects to be transferred later this summer. Both men are veterans In the government service, Operator Roberts having seer nineteen years' continuous service For three years he "was a telegraphei here, but In 1512 moved to Seattle. He returned Jtiore last year. BOATS CHANGE HANDS. Bills of salo to the following prop' ' erty from Kasaan & Co., to Gorman & j company was filed In the TJ. S. cus ! toms office: the scow Ply, K. No. 1, K. No. 2, P. T. P. No. 5, K. No. 4, P. T. P. No. 6. and the gas boat Alma. The Porter Fish company soli to Gorman & company the scow Portor, No. 18. P. C. Pederson sells the gas boat Richmond to A. J. Johnson. SPECIAL BAND REHEARSAL. There will be a special band re hearsal of the Junoau Band Sunday, at. 12:30 o'clock, noon, at tho city hall. All member having band uni forms at their homos will please bring same to rehearsal Sunday. Deputy Marshal W. S. Harding of Haines is a visiter in the city. Strawberry Tracts !We aro placing on sale twen ty nice level tracts of acreage located at Kirklnnd, close to jjj schools, stores, dockc and lots of neighbors. These tracts are fine soil and Ideal for garden truck and chicken ranches. They are nicely lo cated close In and are a gilt j edge Investment. .Prices run from $350 to $460 a tract, j Terma $25 cash, $5 monthly, [i We still have a few close in business lots left at $375 on easy terms. Call at our offico for full particulars. We ! iare open until 9 p. m. JUNEAU REALTY f COMPANY 122 Front 8t. The Use of FOLGERS i : j : Will Help to Keep Peace in the family J lours for Health The Connecting Links In The Chain of Health ?olg?r*s Golden Gate Coffee Tea Splccs Extracts Baking Powder Sold on Merit Health Is Wealth D0 ? lulcor^ Mce> Grape Juice, Pineapple UK, a J&Hl&I i Juice, Apple Juice. gS&it&S?***. ALASKA TREAD WELL GOLD MINING GO. Mercantile Department TREAD WELL, ALASKA umililHlullliniiiininiiium itn-wi; a I ALASKA COAL TO i 3E FIRST OBJECT S With -'06 passengers for Seward t and other Southwestern Alaska f points, and ovor fifty passongors for I Skagwny, many of whom arc bound . down river on the early boats, the j steamship Northwestern, of the Alas . ka Steamship company, reached port ; this morning at 10 o'clock and was ] In the harbor nearly all day, die , charging freight. " Persistent reports that Chairman W. C. Edos of the Alaska engineering commission, was aboard, could not be verified. Edejj Is said to be traveling under an assumed name, to avoid the rush of contract and Job seekers who aro anxious to ally themselves with the railroad construction. Several of irnvnpnniftnt onglncors were aboard, however, and further news of tho commission's plans woro an nounced. One of the engineers, who ; as|jed this his name bo withhold, said: "As you know, wo aro pushing tho | work on the first 70 miles In order to get to tho coal fields. I do not, how ovor, expect that wo will get that part of tho line completed this summer. ? But as tho coal Is the first consldera- I tlon we will do everything posslblo to rush the work on that division. "I think It Is commonly believed that that part of tho work Is a branch ' line, and not on tho main line to Fair- ; banks. But only half of It, tho last half. Is a branch. Tho first 37 miles ] Is on tho main Fairbanks llntC and , tho rest Is a spur thnt will enable the ? coal to be taken from tho mlnos, put ! on cars and shlppod to a tldowator ; terminal. DniM Whin/M and Terminals. "In addition to tho Actual construc tion ot that 75 miles wo nro also go ing to build wharvos and terminals at Ship Creek, drcdgo out tho channol and put tho tldowater terminal in con dition so that next suramor, when nav igation opons in Cook Inlet, steamers can load coat. There will also bo some work done on repairing and re building th(0 Alaska Northern, though just how much I am not certain. We havo already robuilt a short part of it in order to run construction trains. "Besides that construction work wo will also havo several parties at work survoyiug tho Fairbanks route and making the final location of tho line. | | Although the route is settled on, there ? aro a great many surveys that muBt ! bo made in order that we can start ? work on actual construction of that ! part of tho line next spring. "Wo will do both earth and rock work this summer and until snow * comes next fall, and will continuo rock work most of the winter. In other ; words, the work on tho Alaska rail- ? road will be pushed as fast as is pos- ' sible." 2 Passengers for Junaeu. Passengers for Juneau on the North-; westorn included F. W. Cloudy, Mr. ? and Mrs. Nell Ward. Mrs. I. Barrow.. F. D. Carpenter, Walter Stephens, E. j H. Hamo, Mrs. M. V. Hedges, Mrs. , H. Lindstrom, V. Nyland, H. Salviss. Jack Johnson, J. L. Singleton, Ida' M. Elder, W. R. Jones, LoRoy Lancaster. IN RECORDER'S OFFICE. Chris Radmllovich deeds to Mrs. Henrietta C. Held a parcol of land 110 feet in width and fronting on the Thane wagon road near the Union Oil dock. Albert King, son of Mrs. W. G. Steg man, has returned to Juneau after an absence of two years, to make hi3 home here. Mr. King has been liv ing in Portland. - - - .j. .j. 4. 4. 4. +.4* + + ? 4? 4* j * AMONG THE CHURCHES. *' <f A .> .j. 4. ?> 4. 4> 4. 4. 4. ?> ?> 4. j Catholic Churoh. Communion Mass at S:00 a. m. High Mass at 10:30 a. in. ?V V iPreabytorlan Church. (John B. Stcvons, PaBtor.) Morning service at 11 o'clock. "The Social Alms of Christ and His Prac tical Kingdom.-" There will bo no cvo ning service that all may attond the union services at the Methodist church. Sunday School meets at 12. Young People's mooting at 7. subject, "Religious Reading." The Ladles' Aid will meet with Mrs. Harvey on FYI day afternoon at 2:30. ? ? + Trinity Episcopal Church. John R. Jonos, Layrcador. Morning Paryer and Sermon at 11 ; o'clock. A11 welcome. Sunday Scohol Bat 12 o'clock. 4? i Lutheran Services In Juneau. Rev. Martin L. Larson will hold ser vices at the Presbytorian church, Ju neau, at 2:30 o'clock tomorrow after noon. All aro welcome. <? ? ??? Christian Science. Services aro. held in Christian Sci ence Church, Fifth street between Main and Seward, every Sunday at 11 a. m. Subject for tomorrow's les son sermon, "Soul and Body." All uro welcome. Sunday School at 10 a. m. Wednesday night meetings at 8 o'-, clock. Free reading room at the church each Wednesday afternoon from 2 to 5. ? ? Methodist Episcopal Church Corner 4th & Soward. (R. C. Blackwell. Pastor.) ' Services at regular hours. At 8 p. m. there will be a union temperance < services under tho auspices of the W. * ; C. T. U. at the Methodist church. In < which the congregation of the Pros- < : byterian church will join. All those < '? interested are cordialy invited to bo J present J ? ? ' 4 PIANO TUNER \ GEORjGE ANDERSON ? Till) only < expert plane'tinor In AlagBS, Bsc- < ?j tory repre8o.ntatjve for high grade 1 t' pianos.?Pf^oo 14b. ]? | Address P.O. Box 991, Juncan j 9 ? < Depicted fiere are jnst two of the many BENJAMIN Spring Styles that have teen strong sellers. < They're adding to many a shop's reputation for clothes smartness ana are making many satisfied customers. . ? ifttjatnitt ffllntlKs / - are superior New lork Made garments from exclusive models. Our Spring line is brimming full of dis tinctive Suits tfiat range in prices from 525.00 to 535.00 "JJrajamnffinttdColte We invite your inspection before buying. B. M. BEHRENDS CO. Think of wearing boots | made of the same tough , : J ! stock that the famous "h t Goodrich Tires are HV L made of?and by the || jy. same high-pressure process. 1 hat s what you get in tms new boot with the Red Line Goodrich , "HIPRESS" ( Rubber Footwear Made In Coots and Lumberman'! I Shoes?Brown or White Ask for ' the Red Line ?: The red band around upper " ' ^ edge. No other . -'?/ boot or shoe W has it. You can also identify tt by color % ?rich brown or ??.cream white :.Wv0?not black, f : i This new process is the greatest - ' - ' / ??. , ? improvement that has come to , ; /<r nipress / ? ; theN rubbc boot and shoe Boots ' making industrv >*? Last all over. 1 ,n more than half / They are molded into onesolid & 1^ a century. Q /7/ece of rubber. % ' ? M ij| Diamond S Mercantile Company 470-478 SOOTH FROST STREET Capt. A. C. Janscn, veteran Alaska navigator, returns to Seattle on the Spokane tonight. lie piloted one 01 the Myers cannery ships north to Sit koh Bay. , J. E. Mouiton, ot tne Seattle Hard ware Co., is a visitor in tho city. THE NOBBIEST LINE OF SUITINGS I havo over purchased tor spring and eumtnor wear, have just ar rived. Coino In and look them over. F. Ty'dLLA^ Tailor. BERGMANN DINING ROOM New Management--Better Than lirer BRRAKFAST 6:00 a. m. to 11:00 a* ni. LUNCH - - 12:00 a. IB. to 1:30 p. ra. DINNER - - 5:30 p. m. to 7:00 p. m. RATES S1.00 A PAY Bcrgmann Hotel Dining Room FRANK GBHRING. Manatfor i i TO TAKE MOVIES OF THE INSIDE PASSAGE "Blllie" Wood worth, a local enter tainer, will leave soon for San Francis co 011 his launch "Alaskan," accom . panled by his partner, Frank Cody, now on his way to Juneau from San Francisco. They plan to take moving pictures of the Inside Passage, for ex hibition at the Fair, Cody having ar ranged for a concession on "The Zone." KAKE MAIL ROUTE Schedule In Effect April 1 lo Nov. 30.1915 Tho E. A. HEGG uniln every Monday nt S o'CIock :u m. front Youna'a Float. stoppldic at DoukIoii, Tnku Harbor. .Limintono, Snottinhnm. Sumdum. Windham Hay, Fivo-Finper Liirht. Fannhnw and Kake. CAPT. P. MADSEN. Concrete Chimney Blocks! Double-Lock- Firo-Proof- Clinker- Concrete Chimney. (NOT CINDER OK COKE.) cj.?. 12x11 In. Flue 6x8 in. Sl"< 14x14 in. " 8x8 in. Concrete Products Mfg. Co. J Next to Cole's Express. < ? [. pf Xivnc and piano players | i - --L--? .J'kj Edison Diamond Disc Phonographs, ;; - E COLOMBIA TALKING MACHINES. VICTOR TICTROIAS ii' 13,000 Records for All Machine*. Sheet Music, Smell Musical Instruments * O v JUNEAU MUSIC HOUSE f Elmer EL Smith, Prop. THREE STORES. J. P. L. Graved, Mgr. t Roxall Drug Store, Douglas. Front Street Drug Store, Douglas ? "Big, fresh Shipment" of those delightful confectiona of? LIGGETTS, FENWAY and ' GUTH? They are all of the battar kind. 0^^0/0^ Tho Reliable Rexall Store, n?nm?vv' m w.uu?> i.m ? COMPLETELY FURNISHED, first clnsB seven-room boarding and lodg ing liouso for rent on purchasing tlio furnishings. Phone 79. 5-20-6t. PETTIT & HARVEY. DON'T forget the Names? OLTS & GILPATRICK, Contractors Concrete or frame construction. (G-17-tf.) Read the "Juneau Dry Club's" bul letin in thlo issue. (5-7-tf.) Ffslig iisi?; It's about time to look over your last year's tackle, and see what you need for this season's sport. ee our window for many suggestions iat will help you to lure the "big ics to your string." Call and examine our stock. You III be pleased with the selection. GET BUSY EARLY \ Word to the Wise Is Sufficient." 3. W. YOUNG GO.