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JOHN W. TROY. Editor and Manager
One year, by mail, In advance $10.00
Six months, by mail. In advance, - 5.00
Por month, delivered 1.00
Entered as second-clasn matter November 7, 1912,
at the post office at Junean. Alaska, under tho Act of
March 3. 1S79.
Dispatches say that Representative Dan. Drlscoll
can see nothing but good in a Seattle celebration of
the semi-cent en ial of tho American acquisition of Alas
ka. Of course not. Why shouldn't Seattle celebrate
"the occasion? Among her best citizens are many men
and women who lived the best years of their lives in
Alaska, and who retain affection for tho Torritory. Tho
Territory was kind to many of them, and they have
very material reasons for rejoicing when it rejoices,
and for desiring to aid it in every way at their com
mand. These are men and women, too, to whom Seat
tle owes a great deal. And further, Alaska has con
tributed Immensely to Seattle's glory and profit, and
Seattle knows it. and admits it Under tho circum
stances there Is every reason why Seattle should be
pleased that Alaska bccamo American territory, and she
is pleased. Then, why not let her celebrate our half
century birthday and give full expression to her fcol
ings in the premises?
Just as a matter of fact there are a lot of other
cities and towns that should observe Alaska's fiftieth
birthday anniversary. Portland and San Francisco and
Los Angeles and other towns have profited directly by
Alaska's development, both through the acquisition of
former Alaskans a3 citizens and through the wonderful
amount of Pacific coast wealth that has been created
in tho Territory.
But, we can go further still. There is no placo in
the country that has not profitted through Alaska in
directly. Tho purchase of Alaska has contributed more
to the expansion of the American Nation than anything
that has occurred since the Mexican war, with the pur
chase of California aad the annexation of Texas. So,
why not the whole Nation jubilate in 1917, from Mach
ias to Neah Bay, froir Point Barrow to Key "West? 1
The more celebrations they have In the States and
tho better and bigger the Seattle festival the larger will 1
be the number of people who arc likely to come to Al- 1
aska and help us with our doings, and the easier it wilt 1
be for us to get and hold interest that will aid in com- <
monwealth bnilding in the North. l
Let tho Alaska Bureau and tho othors in Seattle
be assured that they have the consent of Alaska to
have just as high a time as they might be able to pull <
off on our fiftieth blrnhday, or any other birthday. i
It seems that Alaska is certain to have pro- s
hibltion within a Jew years, but It Is hoped that j.
the local option plan that Is being worked out
in some places in Alaska will not be tried here.
Local option does not prohibit, except In spots,
and therefore in the little towns of Alaska no ,
material good comes from it. Its only tenden
cies aro to cause factional fights In each local
ity and where a town is voted "dry" to limit 1
its revenues. What we need, and what we may f
expect to get at no distant day. is territorial c
prohibition, so that all districts will be treated
alike.?(Fairbanks Citizen.)
The people of Fairbanks, where the Citizen is print
ed, have had the same variety of "local option" that is v
in operation in all parts of Alaska ever since the town 1
was established. The very issue of the paper from which
the foregoing editorial clipping came contained a
news article about how Judge Bunnell was about to b
provide for the registering, of the local option of the a
people of Fairbanks on this Question.
The only innovation that was introduced in some
parts of Alaska this year was that the people were giv- v
en an opportunity to exercise their option secretly. tl
The fact-that Qormany has based her defeoav fo)
the sinking of tho Lusltanta almost wholly upon tin
allegation that she was a ship of tho British navy
armed for tho purpose of fighting Germany's warshaps
and the further allegation that it was not reasonable
to suppose that a ship of (he size of the Lusitanla could
bo sunk by a torpedo so quickly that her passengers
could not bo removed,-practically constitute ar. admiG
slon that it Is unlawful to sink a merchant ship of an
enemy nation without first removing thoao aboard tho
ship to a placo of safety. It Is true, the German reply
to the American note sets forth tho fact that the Lusi
tanla was carrying Canadian soldiers to Join the Brit
ish army and ammunition- for tho Allies to use against
the German soldiers, hut this does not change the sit
uation, because the statemont is mado that she was
doing that as a ship of tho British navy. The point
will be clearer to tho mind of tho layman if ho will but
consider what would be left of the German defenso of
what war, done should it be established - beyond -doubt
that tho Lusitanla was not a war vessel.
It is natural and commendable that Count Born
storff and other Germans, as well as President Wilson
I and other Aemrlcans, should deBlro to avert a crisis
j between tho United Statos and Germany on gonoral
principles, but it Is particularly obvious when ono takes
Into account the mannor in which tho Issues aro being
Joined, why the representatives of Gormany in tho
United States, who have been able to study the LubI
tanla incident midst surroundings that aro not colored
by the anxieties of a war" that involves tho national ex
istence of a people, should so earnestly desiro to avoid
a rupture of frlondly rotations over the question that
is the subject of such serious correspondence between
the countries at the present time.
Tho attitude of Count Bcraotorff, since tho Ameri
can note to Germany concerning the Lusitanla tragedy
was sent out, meets all the requirements of tho best
traditions of diplomacy. His earnest efforts to see that
his government gets a comprehensive understanding
of the American position aro praiseworthy, and have
gone a long way toward romovlng tho feeling of ani
mosity that formerly existed hore against him.
Notwithstanding the nonchalonce of those Mexi
cans it is likoly that they will discover that Prosldont
Wilson usually finishes what-he starts. Ho has been
very patient with the Mexicans, and it will be a strange
thing if the Mexican warriors do not discover that the
President of tho United States will have tho backing
}f a strong peace party in that country before he is
through with them.
If the local baseball managers could devise a mcth
)d for the elimination 'of betting on tho games thoy
vould do a whole lot toward improving and adding to
he interest of the general public in it. The majority of
he people, who go to baseball parks, pay tholr money
o see baseball played for sport and not to witnoss
itruggles for bettors' stakes. Basoball players should
>e entertainers and not devices for gamblers.
There will be many of those Italian reservists who
-ush across the Atlantic to fight for King and nativo
and who will never come back. Thoy will take place
n graves near battlefields, or maimed beyond capacity
or work, they will hobble through tho last year of a
ramped existence under sunny mediterranean skies.
Femmer and Ritter have Joined the list of those
vho will make 1915 another year of Juneau develop
The leader of a great neutral government is hoard
iy the world with quite as much respectful attention
s a war lord.
The results of an European day would have to bo
ery much one sided if both sides could not find some
hing upon which to sustain faith and hope.
C. L. Andrews, who has a passion
for making pictures .of Alaska as well
as for preserving its history and mak
ing record of all manner of interest
ing things concerning it, will be as
sociated with W. H. Case during the
summer. He will engage in com
mercial photograph work.
Mr. Andrews has one of the finest
collection of Alaska views in exis
tence. and most of them are from his
own negatives.
Sid. D. Terry of Perseverance un
derwent an operation for hernia in
St. Ann's hospital. It Is said to have
been entirely successful. Dr. P. J.
Mahone was in charge.
Kmile Gastonguay, a Thane electric
ian. leaves tonight on the Mariposa
' for a vacation trip to the Panama
Canal. He will go East for a visit at
j his former home in Maine, and will
! sail for Colon from New York. He
will stop in Los Angeles and San
Francisco, and expects to return to
Juneau by the middle of August.
? ?? ?
The Empire has most readers
!n the Commissioner's Court for tho
Territory of Alaska; Division
No. One.
| Before J. B. Marshall. Commissioner
and Ex-Officio Probate Judge: Ju
neau Precinct.
j In the Matter of the Estate of L. O.
Egglnton, Deceased
Public notice is hereby given, that,
pursuant to an order made on the 3rd
day of June, 1915, by the above en
titled court. I will, on the 6th day of
July. 1915. at two o'clock in the after
noon of said day. offer for salo at
public vendue to the highest and best
1 bidder for cash, the following descrlb
ed real estate belonging to the above
entitled estate, to-wit:
"That certain lot or parcel of
land situate In the Juneau Re
cording District, Torrltory of Al
aska, and bounded and described
as follows, to-witr 'Beginning at
the point of intersection of the
north sidenof Sevonth Street. Ju
neau, Alaska, and line 2-3 of the
Fraction- lode survey No. 7G1,
thence along said line of Frac
tion lode N. 23 dcg. 31 min. W.
96.96 foot: thence N. 27 dog. 17
min. E. 29.81 feet; thence S- 32
dog. .06 min. E. 191. 16 feet to a
point on the north side of Seventh
Street: thence along said street
S. 59 deg. 56 min. W. 40.29 feet:
thence N. 35 deg. 11 min. 26. sec.
W. 5.36 feet to place of beginning,
being a portion of Survey No.
1076 and adjoining tho Town of
Juneau, Alaska, also a part of
Tract "A" of the Golden Belt Ad
dition to the City of Juneau, Al
aska according to tho plat of said
addition of record in tho office
of tho United States Commission
er and Ex-Offllo Recorder of
deeds at Juneau. Alaska, in the
front of tho book of Trustee's
deeds to the Town of Juneau to
which reference is hero made;
the part herein mentionod being
doscribod and bounded as follows:
"Beginning at the southeast cor
ner of the said Tract "A", thence
N. 23 deg. 31 mln. W. along the
easterly boundary lino of tho
Fraction lode Survey No. 761 to
the northeast corner of the said
Tract "A" and the southeast cor
ner of lot 1, block 1, of tho Gold
en Belt addition; thence S. 37 deg.
45 min. W. along the common
boundary line of Tract "A", tho
said lot 1, block 1, about 34 feet
to a point 76 feet distant from the
N. W. corner of Tract "A", thence
S.-32 dog. 38 min. E. to a point
on the south boundary lino of.
said tract "A,", 46.70 feet distant .
from its southwest corner, thonco
N. 65 deg. 29 min. E. about 15
feet, to tho-place of beginning."
Tho said ?3lo will take placo upon
the above described premises: and the
said property win be sold subject
to mortgage held by Mrs. Dennis Mc
Loughlin, to securo the payment of
a promissory note for $1600 with in
terest thereon at . the rate of 3 per
cent, per annum, which said note
bears date of April 17. 1914, and is
due Oct. 16, 1915,; said mortgage is
recorded in tho office of the recorder
for the Juneau Recording District at
pago 21 in book "D" of mortgages.
Dated at Juneau, Alaska, June 4,
D. M. EVANS. Administrator.
Attorney for Administrator.
First publication, Juno 5," 1?15.
Last publication, July . 3, 1915,
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Diamond S Mercantile Company
of Alaska, Division Number
1 One, at Juneau.
United States of America, Plaintiff, v:
The Estato of John Gorman, Di
ooasod, and J. T. Martin as A<
mlnlstrator, Defendants.
WHEREAS, Tbo United State:: A
tornoy for tho District of Alaska, D
vision Numbor One, has made and (He
an information lit tho above ontitlo
cause, alleging that John Gorman die
intostato in tho City of Juneau, DIi
trict of Alaska, ..while thon and thor
a resident of Juneau, in Juneau Prt
cinct, Division Number One, Dlstric
of Alaska, leaving an estate at Jc
neau, Alaska, of Twelve hundred foi
ty-ono and 95-100 Dollars ($1241.95
and that said deceased loft no heir
or other persons entitled to said mon
cy, hut that tho snmo has oscheatei
and becomo tho property of tho Unit
ed Statoa, and that tho said sum h
' now in the sands of the said J. T
Martin as Administrator of tho on
tate of said John Gorman, deceased
WHEREAS, Said Information pray:
that tho said sum of monoy bo ad
judged and decreed to bo the lawfu
property of the United States, plain
tiff heroin:
Now, Therefore, It Is Hereby Order
ed that all persons interested in sale
estate, monoy or property bo and ap
pear before tho above entitled court,
at Juneau, and show causo. if any thej
have, on or before tho 21st day ol
June, A. D., 1915, why title to said
oslate, money or proporty should not
rest in tho United States, plaintiff
And It Is Further Ordorod that this
notice and order bo published for six
(6) consecutive weeks in tho Alaska
Daily Empiro, a nowspaper of genoral
circulation published in Juneau Pre
cinct, District of Alaska.
Done this 30th day of April, A. D.
District Judge.
First publication May 1, 1915.
Last Publication, Juno 12, 1915.
United StatOB of America, District of
Alaska, as:
Public notlco Is hereby glvoa that,
by virtue of a Writ of Fieri Facias
(or Execution), dated May lltli, 1915,
Issued out of the District Court for
the District of Alaska. Division No. 1,
on a Decree rendered in said Court
on tho 1st day of May. 1915, In favor
of tho Pacific Coast Company, a cor
poration, and against Lewis Lund; and
In favor of Thomas Knudson and
against Lewis Lund: and In fa
vor of L. Kron and against Lewis
Lund; and In favor of tho First Na
tional Bank of Juneau, a corporation,
and against LowIb Lund, I have on
thlB 12th day of May, 1915, levied upon
the following described real property
?sltauted in the town of Juneau, Alas
ka, to-v/lt: Lot Five (5) in Block Fif
teen (15), Lot No. Five (5) in Block
"A," Lots Nos. Two (2^, Threo (3),
Four (4), Fivfe (5), Seven (7), and
Eight (S) in Block One Hundred Six
(IOC), according to the official sur
vey and plat of the town of Juneau.
Alaska, together with all tho buildings
and improvements situated thoreon,
as well as tho tenements, heredita
ments and appurtenances thereunto
bolonging or in anywise appurtaining,
and also tho estate, right, title and in
terests of the said Lewis Lund In and
to tho said property;
And that I will accordingly offer
said real property for sale In separate
parcels at public auction to the high
est and best bidder, for cash on the
12th day of June, 1915, at 10 o'clock
a. m. of said day, at the front door of
the Court House In the town of Ju
neau, Alaska.
Dated, May 12th, 1915.
U. S. Marshal, Territory of
Alaska, Div. No. One.
First publication, May 22, 1915.
Last publication, June 19, 1915.
In th? United States Land Office for
the Juneau Land District,
Juneau, Alaska.
April Sth, 1915.
Notice is hereby given that tho Al
aska Gastineau'Mining company, a cor
poration, organized and oxisting under
the laws of tho State of Now York, and
qualified to do and doing business as
a corporation at Junoau, Alaska, has
made application for patent for the
Homestead No. 3 lodo mining claim,
Survey No. 979, which said claim is
situated on the Northeast shore of
Gastlneau Channel in the Harris Min
ing District, at Thano Post-Ofllcc,
which is about 3% miles Southeast of
tho town of Junean, Alaska, in Lati
tude 5S* 61' North, and in Louigtude
134" 20' West, and particularly des
cribed as follows, to-wit:
Beginning at Cor. No. 1 on the
line of mean high tide of Gastlneau
Channel, whence U.S.L.M. No. 17
bears South 27? 48' W. 4550.62 feet
distant; thence N. 27* 16' W. along
tho said lino of moan high tldo
77.50 foot to Cor No. 2; thonco N.
3t 47* 57' W. 105.50 foot to Cor. No.
3; thence N. 42" 67' W. 90.70 feet
to Cor. No. 4; thonco N. 38? 08'
H< E. 314.50 foot to Cor. No. 6; thonco
3- S. 62? 52' E. 1306.00 foot to Cor.
j. No. 6; thonco S. 38* 08' W. 355.80
foot to Cor. No. 7; thonco N. 57*
t. 18' W. 215.80 foot to Cor. No. 8;
i. thonco N. 72* 07' W. 382.30 feet
jl to Cor. No. 9; thonco N. 79*
x 07' "VV. 285.30 feet to Cor. No. 10;
?1 thonco N. 31" 58' W. 49.85 foot to
Cor. No. 11; thenco N. 39* 32' W.
0 143.80 foot to Cor. No. 1, tho placo
of beginning, contnlnlng an area
't of 11.438 acroa.
1. The names of tho adjoining claims
> arc tho Homestead Extension patent
' od-lodo mining claim, U. S. Survey No.
900, and tho Soldiers Additional Home
1 otoad claim, Survoy No. 1078. both be
longing to tho Alaska Gastlncau Min
tag company, and tho Jumbo Millsitc,
, patented, Survoy No. 260, belonging
' to tho Alaska Trcadwell Gold Mining
Tho namc3 of tho conflicting lode
, claims are tho Jumbo Mlllslto patent
* od, Survoy No. 260, the Hunter Mill
site and tho Wow Wow lode mining
' claim, Survey No. 994 A & B, all be
longing to tho Alaska Trcadwell Gold
Mining Company.
[ Tho conflict bctwoon the Homostoad
No. 3 lodo minii g claim and the Jum
bo Mlllslto (inclusive of tho conflict
; between the Jumbo Mlllslto and the
! Wow Wow lode mining claim) Is do
: scribed as follows:
Beginning at a point S. 38* OS'
W. 6.16 feet from Cor. No. 6 of the
Homestead No. 3 lodo mining
claim; thcnco S. 38* 08' W. 339.45
foot to a point on lino 1-2 of tho
Jumbo Mlllslto; thence N. 34"
52' W; 50.67 feet to Cor. No. 2 of
tho Jumbo Mlllslto; thonco N.
46* 15' E. along lino 2-3 of tho
Jumbo Mlllslto 328.33 feet to the
placo of beginning containing an
area of 0.191 acroa, but said con
flict Is not included in this appli
j cation.
Tho conflict between the Homestead
No. 3 lodo mining claim and tho Wow
Wow lodo mining claim, TJ. S. Survey
No. 994-A (oxcluslve of the conflict of
tho aald Wow Wow lode mining claim
with tho Jumbo Mlllslto, Survoy No.
260) is described as follows
Beginning at Cor. 6 of tho Home
stead No. 3 lode mining claim;
thonce S. 38? 08' W. 6. 16 feet to
a point on line 2-3 of the Jumbo
Mlllslto; thonco S. 46" 15' W.
89.97 feet to a point on tho lino
3-4 of tho Wow Wow lode mining
claim; thence N. 11' 17' E. 94.C5
feet to a point on lino 5-6 of
Homestead No. 3 lode mining
j claim; thonco S. 62* 52' E. 56.49
feot to the place of beginning,
containing an area of 0.060 acres,
but said conflict is not excluded
from this application.
Tho location notice of the Homo
stead No. 3 lodo mining claim was
filed for record on Oct. 15, 1909, and
recorded in book 19 of Lodos at page
456 of the Records of the Recorder
for the Juneau Recording Precinct, A1
This notlco was posted on the
ground on tht 9th day of April,
Its Agent and AUorney in Fact.
It is nereDy oraorea tnat the fore
going notice be published in the Alas
ka Daily Empire, a newspaper of gen
oral circulation, published at Juneau.
Alaska, for a period"of 60 days.
First publication, April 22, 1915.
Last publication, June 22, 1915.
(Serial No. 01769.)
United States Land Office, Juneau, j
Alaska, April 12, .1915.
Notice Is hcroby given that John
Wagner, whose postofflce address; Is
Juneau, Alaska, a citizen of tho Unit
ed States, beoing entitled to the ben
efits of section 2289, Revisod Statutes
of the United States, and the Acts of
Congress ? supplemental thorcto or
aCacndatory thoreof, docs hereby, apply
to enter the lands embraced in U. S.
Survey No. 1076, situated on Salmon
Creek, abutting on Gastlncau channel,
and about three miles from Juneau.
Alaska, and more particularly de
scribed as follows:
Beginning, at Corner No. 1, mean
der corner, whence U. S. M. M. No. 7
bears N. 45* 60' w., 6.77 chains dis- '
tant; thenco meandering along the
lino of ordinary high water of Gas- i
tlneau channel N. 64* 01' w., 7.01 I
chains; N. 21? 20' w., 3.50 chains; N.
46? 01' w., 3.78 chains; N. 44? 32' E.. i
4. 78 chains; N. 65? 27' E., 2.67 chains;
N. 38? 01' W? 3.67 chuins; N. 6" 07' f
W.. &.10 chains; N. 14? 53' E? 7.03 1
chains to Corner No. 2, meander cor- j
ner; thense East 58 Links to Witness t
Corner to corner No. 2. Meander Cor
ner, 10.76 chains to Corner No. 3;
thence S. 33* 55' E., along lines 4-1
Dowoy Lode and 1*4 Boston King Lode,
Survoy No. 955, 30.40 chains to Com
er No. 4, identical with Cornor No. 4
of said Boston King lode; thence
South 4.05 chains to Cornor No. 6; l
thence West 19.84 chains to Witnoss
Corner to Corner No. 1. Meandor Cor
ner. 22.81 chains to Corner No. 1. the
place of beginning; containing 62.74"
acres. Mag. Var. 32? 13' E.
This survoy is tied to U. S. Mineral o
Monument No. 7, which is nituated on c
Salmon Creek Point, Gastineau chan- y
nel, about 100 feet West of the road ^
from Salmon Creel: to Juneau, In lat- j
Itude 58* :.0' 30" N. and longitudo 134? /
28' 00" W. c
Any and all persons claiming ad- ?
vorsoly any portion of tho above do- s
scribed tract aro required to flic with 0
the Register and Receiver of the U. s
3. Land Office at Juneau, Alaska, their [?
idvcrso claim thereagainst, under j:
with, during the sixty day period of g
tho publication of thia notice, or with* ^
n thirty days thereafter, or thoy will
je barred. JOHN WAGNER.
U. S. Land OfUcc, Juneau, Alaska,
\pril 12, 1916.
It is horoby ordered that the fore
going notice be published in tho Alas
ca Daily Empire, a daily newspaper
irintcd at Juneau, Alaska, for the sta
utory period. C. B. WALKER,
First publication, April 20, 1916.
Last publication, Juno 20, 1015. ;
No. 01795
n the U. 8. Land Office for the Juneau
Land District
Juneau, Alaska, April 7th, 1916.
NOtico is hereby given that tho Al
.ska Gastlneau Mining Company, a
orporation organized and existing !
mder the laws of the State of Now
fork, and qualified to do and doing
lusiness as a corporation, at Juneau,
Lla3ka, has made application for pat
nt for tho "F.G." lode mining claim,,
lurvoy No. 1020, which said claim is ?
ituated on the summit of the range -
f mountains separating the water
heds of Gold Creek and Sheep Creok i
n tho Harris Mining District, Alaska, |
a Latitude 58* 17' 30" N. and In Lon
;itudo 134? 19' 20" W., and particularly
escribed as follows:
Beginning at Cor, No. 1, identical ;
,'lth Cor. No. 6, of. tho. Wolfjodc, sur
oy No. 986; whence TJ. S. M. M. No.
bears N. 34" 14' 1G" W. 7972.59 feet
1st'.nt; thence N. 53" 50* E. 35.40 feet
0 Cor. No. 2, identical with Cor. No. ;
of said Wolf lode; thence S. 37" 34' j
3. 8L09' feet to Cor; No. 3; thence S.
3" 50' W. -1.26 feet to Cor. No. 4;
hence N. 58" 22' W. 87.57 feet to Cor.
lo. 1, the place of beginning, contaln
ng an area of 0.037 acres. Mag. Var- ? I
1" 40' East.
The names of tho adjoining claims
.re tho Norway lode mining claim,
latentcd, Survey No. 935. and the Wolf
md Apex lode mining claims, Survey
4o. 986, all belonging to the Alaska
Jastineau Mining Company. So far
is is known there are no conflicting
Tho location notice of- the "F.G."
odo mining claim was filed for record
m Nov. 12.1912, and recorded in Book .
10 of I.odcs at Pago 478 of the Rcc
jrds- of the Recorder for the Juneau
Recording proclnct, Alaska.
This notice was postod on the
ground on the 21st day of April, 1915.
By B. L. Thane,
Its agont and attorney in fact
It is hereby ordorod that the foro
going notice bo publish-d for the full
porlod of'60 days In the Alaska Dolly
Empire, a nowspapor of goneral cir
culation published at Juneau, Alaska.
C. 3. WALKER, Reglstor.
First publication, May 4, 1915.
Last publication, July 5, 1915.
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Juneau Ferry 0 Navigation Company
Leaves Juneau for Douglas, Treadwell
and Thnne
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7:00a.m. 3:00 p.m. 8:00p.m.
8:l00a.m. 4:00 p.m. 9:80p.m.
'9:00a.m. 6:00 p.m. 11:15p.m.
11:00 a. m.
. Saturday Night Only?12:00 P. M
?9:00 A. M. Trip Does not go to Tbano
Leave Douglas for Treadwell & Thane
6:10 a.m. 1:10 p. m. 7:10 p.m.
7:10a.m. 3:10 p.m. 8:10p.m.
8:10 a.m. 4:10 p.m. 9:40 p.m.
11:10a.m. 6:10 p. m. 11:25p.m.
Leave Treadwell for Thane
6:15 a.m. 1:15 p. m. 7:15 p.m.
7:15 a.m. 3:15 p. m. 8:15 p.m.
8:15a.m. 4:15 p.m. 9:45p.m.
ll:15n.m. 6:15 p.m. 11:30p.m.
Leave Thane for Treadwell, Douglaa,
and Juneau
6:25a.m. 1:25 p.m. 7:25p.m.
7:25a.m. 3:25 p.m. 8:25p.m.
8:25 a.m. 4:25 p. m. 9:55 p.m.
11:25 a.m. 6:25 p.m. 12:15 a.m.
Leave Treadwell for Douglaa & Juneau
6:35 a.m. 1:35 p. m. 7:35 p.m.
7:35t\.m. 3:35 p.m. 8:35p.m.
8:35a. m. 4:35 p. m. 10:05 p.m.
9:20 a.m. 6:35 p. m. 12:25a.m.
11:35 a. m.
Leaves Douglas for Juneau
6:40a.m. 1:40 p.m. 7:40p.m.
7:40a.m 3:40 p.m. 8:40p.m.
8:40a.m. 4:4C- p. m. 10:10p.m.
9:25 mm. 6:40 p.m. 12:30 a.m.
: The Alaska Grill
; Full Orchestra Music during :
| Dinner Hour
' .
Ti?o Best Appointed
! Place In Town ?
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Beet of Everything Served ;; i
! at Moderate Prices ,
inniinia-niMuatcens. J
Pu?ct Sound-California Route, Seattle
to San Francloco, connecting with S3.
, Yale and SS. Harvard for Southern lj
California porta. J
Pujfct 8oatul-AUaIca Route, from T?
coiru and Seattle for Kotchlkan, Pot
i eraburff, Juneau, Yaiulat. KaUllo,
Cordova, Vnldci, Ellanuir, Port Wo!!?.
I i^^oucha^SowapdjCoojtlnle^
Our moals, nnd tho attention of our employees to Hugh P. Gallagher, Agt. |
your wants have pleacod others. Thoyought to please you. Phono "Ad. Lino" [
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i ' for Seattle, Prince Rupert
;; Ketchikan, Wrangell and
t Pet&'sburg.
City of Seattle June 3?20.
t Spokane, June 1?14?26.
For Skagway and Haines : \
.. City Seattle, Juno 6, 18, 30 {\
f Spokane, Juno 12?24. < ?'
;; connecta at Skairwcy for
Dawson and ail Yukon J!
River points. t
| SAN FRANUSCO, LOS.ANGCLES, SAN DIEGO and all California Points
? Thronirh tlcJceta'sotd'cverywhcre to United States and Canada < >
LOW RATES? Largest nnd finest paaaencer oleamersonP.C. ?UNEXCELLED SERVICE V
For fall particulars apply 4 *
, IL BRANDT. G. A. P. D., Srattle. Warm. S. U. EWING. Agent. Jonbau. Alaska 4?
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I Canadian Pacific Railway Company
Salting from Juneau for Seattle, Vancouver, Victoria, etc., via Prince
Rupert, B. C.
PRINCESS SOPHIA, Southbound JUNE 4, 13, JULY 2 fcj
PRINCESS ALICE, Southbound JUNE 11, 25, JULY 9 f
C. P. R. Tlckot offlceo?Orpheum Bldg. and Splckett'e Poetofflce 8tore, |
Route of
Comfort -
Through tickctn to nnd from Dawion, Fairbanks, and all Inter
ior Alaska and Yukon River points.
During season of navigation, commencing about Juno 1st, our
fleet of modern up-to-date steamers will operate rogularly tho en
tire length of Yukon River and tributaries, giving a servico never bo
foro equalled..
Daily. train servico will bo maintained between Skaguay and
White Horse, and our fully equipped Parlor Observation Cars afford
travellers every comfort and convenience.
Full Information cheerfully given upon applying to A. P. ZIPF,
Traffic Manager, Skaguay, Alaska, and 612 Second Avenue, Seattle,
-K-i-M 11 i i111 n 111 mni m mi iH
v .* r i
?[? nfcty, Service. Speed Tlclcta to Seattle. Tecoma. Victoria and Vancouver. Through..
tlcketa to San Francisco ??
T Alameda, North'. June 2, 21 South Juno 11, 30 ''
Mariposa, South ...June 15, July 3 South June 6, 25, July 13 ..
X Northwest'n, South June 10 28 South June 18, July 6
Jefferson, South ......... June 13 25 South June 14, 27 ??
T Dolphin, South June 7, 19 South June 8, 20 "
WILLIS E NOWELL, Juneau AgL Elmor E. Smith Douglas AgL
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| The Alaakn Flyer"] ^ ^ HUMBOLDT Tho Alailca Flyer) | J
Leave Seattle June 5th?Arrive in Juneau Wednesday June Sth.
Juneau Office Valentine Bldg., Phono 79, Pettlt & Harvey, Agta.
Douglas Offlco M. J. O'Connor Store Seattle Offico 712 '2nd Ave.
PETTIT & HARVEY, Agents, Seattle Office?712,2d Ave.
Every 12 Days ? Every 14 Days
Freight and Explosives
C. W. YOUNG CO., Agts. Douglas Agent.

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