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f ^ "PHONE 1; WE ALWAYS HAVE GOOD COAL Moving Carefully Done STORAGE V u Baggage To and From All Beata a | 37 FRONT STREET ? V ' _ iliin "mwrvtvr Phooc 5S8 Strictly First Clata Juneau Construction Co. Contractors fl Store and office fljt 'VI ' ? ? -*1;;!^. Mjxaton funll toro. Wood tarnins. Band aawlmr. JUNEAU. ALASKA G. K. GILBERT PLUMBING and SHEET METAL WORKS 121 Front 8t Phono 3U A. EIKLAND CARPENTER and CABINET MAKER flFirat class work at reasonable, rates ? General repairing ?i special furniture- Estimate* Free. - ? ? 'Phone 264. ,| "KAKE MAIL ROUTE Schedule h> Kffoct April 1 to Nor. 90.1913 The E. A. UECG aaila every Monday at 3 o'CloeJ a. m. from Youns'a Float. atoppidjc at DouxUj . T*?u Harbor. I. inwetone. Snettiiham. Samdum Windham Bay. FiTe-Fia*er Llsht. Fanahaw use lilt. OAPT. P. MAPSKN. Specials for this Week! Best Butter 30c lb Best Eggs 25c doz. Extra Fine Jap Rice 4 lb? 25c. WE DELIVER ANYWHERE CHEERFULLY The Reliable Cash Grocery NAT S. BEAN, Proprietor. PHONE 290. ul Don't Fool Good" Thai is vrhat a lot of people tall us. Usually their bowelsonly need cleansing. ?jte?a&g.(Stde*gie' will do the trick and make you feet fine. We know this positively. Take one topight. Sold only by us, 10 cents. vvin. drill, Juneau. Elm?r ?. Smith, Douqla*. Empire want ads. get results IV hen ordering.BiEEM. insist on RAINIER PALE jf ? FIRST MTIONALBANR t j 1 ^ OF JOMAP f ? '? ? ? V?. T.I ? United States Deposits $100,680.00 J Capital Surplus and undivided Profits over 100,000.00 .... . . <i I United States Depositary OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS UNTIL EIGHT O'CLOCK ????????*????? I- Second Hand furniture that looks like New at Second Hand Prices \\ 0 I WE BUY, SELl OR EXCHANGE. GENERAL REPAIR WORK H b ! ALASKA FURNITURE COMPANY U ? Second 5 Setard Sts. j. H. GANN Telephone 152 J | ? ?????????????????????????????????? u I - Scandinavian Grocery PHONg2n- opacity dock I SOLE AGENTS FOR PEERLESS CEMENT BRICKS ! j ? Wholesale and Retail Groceries, fishing Gear and Supplies [ j J,1 Ladies' and Gent's Furnishing Goods f;i fc ??hi 1 rnrnrnrnirmmmmmimmmimmm* * 1 ' " ?? ? . . c< t! w Groceries and I Men's Goods | Alaska-Gas tin eaa Mining Co. THAfiE, , , , , ALASKA J? A. 3 VALUABLE CLAIMS AJRE, RELINQUISHED This mornlng'n mall brought to tho Local l~and Offlco notlco from tho Commissioner of the General Land Office of the relinquishment, and ap proval of tho claims for repayment. In tho matter of fcrty-six coal claims. In the Bering- River District entered by the Youngatown, Pittsburgh, and tho Cleveland Coal Companies. A decis ion was recently rendered by tho lo cal office In connection with this case sustaining the charges of fraud by tho government. The claims comprise what is known a3 tho Christopher, Slmmons-Lctchner, group and the re payment amounts to 510.405. covering some 7,000 acres. rr-Sr-e-S": CASE'S QUEER BEAR > CAUSES QUEER THINGS There's a. bear skin in W. H. Case's window and several people about town are wondering what was the mat ter with the bear. Someone said that he .died ot- old :igo, and another has diagnosed, tho case as a dose of per oxide. Anyway, the bear's a queer looking bear and ha3 a complexion that not oven an Alaska sun could produce. 5Vhlch Is saying much. As In the trail of all things unusu al. there were a host of questions be ing asked, and -Mr. Case's Ingenuity finally gave out completely. When anyone came In the front door with "Say, what's tho matter, with that boa? " TV. H. was In a hurry ; to get out tho sldo door. And finally ? In desperation ho put up In tho win dow a card labeled in this wise, "Uraus t Carmodj." . He's been busy over since trying ; to explain what the card means. : TWO YEARS SINCE METHODIST BISHOP V-t SITED- ALASKA The. approaching vlalt of Bishop Luccock of the Methodist Episcopal church, has caused it to bo recalled that It has been two years since a bishop of that church has visited Al aska. Two years Ago Bishop Richard J. Cooke, of Portland, Oregon, made a trip trough Alaska, and spent one Sunday In this city, preaching morn ing and evening at. the Methodist church In Juneau. Bishop John W. Hamilton, of Bos ton, Mass., Is wild to have been the first bishop of the Methodist church to have visited Alaska.- Following him came Bishop David H. Moore. CHISANA TO PRODUCE ABOUT $200,000 IN GOLD 1 Late ,'arrivals at Fairbanks from; the Chisana district say that the pro duction of that camp in placer, gold this year will amount to about $200, 000. WRANGELL TO CELEBRATE. The people . of \yrangell have do-' cid'cd to celebrate the Fourth of July, i It Is proposed to have a full program of fleld sports, as well as a literary, i program. THERE IS A- DINOSAURUS As the posters say there may be no such animal as "Speedewee" but! there sure is a "DINASAURUS" and you can. see it at the Orph um tonight and tomorrow night in "Bruto Force." ( ???*???) ?J* <? -J* <* ?> ^ ^ ?> <? ? v ? -J ? COURT HOUSE NOTES ?i ?f- *3 <? <fr -}? <? ? ? 4 A. C. Larson, charged with burglar; of the Bllodcau residence ha." beei bound over to answor to the - gram jury at is coming session. Ho wai released on a $500 bail bond, giver by P. L. Gemmett and J. H. Moloney Mrs. Ana-Kla-Hash, wife of th< chief of tho tribe of Taku Natives has sold to J. H. and Dan .Macmlllni a tract of land adjoining tho Hols' proporty in Juneau, for a considers tton of $1017. Georgo H. Osborne has sold to Jor gen Nelson hi:, interest in tho atocl of Jowelry and fixtures In the Nelsoi and Osborne store at 98 Front street Tho sale wa3 made for tho sum o: $5200. C. W. Young Co. today fllod foui suits against the Noble people and th< Hnllum Construction , Co. to recover the amounts of bills for merchandise hardware, etfc., delivered to the Hal lum Construction Co. Tho alleged amounts total $7914.29 plug interest at eight per cent. William Beverley Robinson has ill od suit against Tom Smith for $150 damages, which he claims havo been dono to proporty located south ol tho saw mill on the beach at Douglas. It seems that Smith made use of the proporty -without tho consent of Rob inson. Cheney and Zlegler represent tho plaintiff. Olo Rasmusscn, who has been in structed to answor to the grand jury on tho charge of illegal fishing by an alien, was released this morning on $100 bail. Letters patent have been granted by the United States land office to the J.- \V. Waydellch estate for a home stead comprising 157.35 acros on Auk bay. This homestead wa3 the scene of the Alice Cox murder, and George Waydellch who. was involvod in the affair and who died before tho case was settled was tho son of J. W. Way* dellch. J. E. Reynolds has filed in tho lo cal Recorder's office a quit claim deed Issued to Amanda Anderson for a tract of land adjoining tho P, J. Ma* hone lot cn Willoughby avenud. The consideration amounts to $2000. P. J. Mohone ha3 sold to Mrs. A; Anderson Los 5 Block 26 on Willough by avenue. Tho selling price was 331/V. On a motion of Attorney H. L, Faulkner the case of Henry. Stevens vs. J. Kolloy was dismissed this morning. Suit was Instituted to re; cover 543 which the plaintiff claimed was due him in payment for merchan dise. An order allowing a d-rit of error In the caso of Quackeiibush vs Val entine has been granted by tlio Cir cuit Court of Appeals at San Fran .clsco. It will bo rcmemberod that suit wa3 started to recover moneys alleged due on the construction of the Valentine building and that on April 6 a judgment was granted for 53. 9S2.77. V. A. Paine and Sliacklcford & Bayless represent Mr. Quackenbusb and J. H. Cobb It attorney for the Valentino Interests. Harry Lott has filed notlco of loca tion of four mlllsitcs adjoining the George E.. Rainbow, Telcphono and Phonograph lode claims in Sheep Creek Basin. A waranty deed from Casey & Shat tuck to Mrs. Ray G. Day has been filed for the purchase of Lot 6, Block 207 of the Casoy-Shattuck addition. Consideration, 5.650. FATHER CRITICALLY ILL, McCLOSKEY STAYS EAST The aged father of James and John McCloskey of. Juneau is. critically ill at bis- homo near Madison, Wis., and is "Jack" ha3 been East several weeks ittending his father, "Jim" McCloskey ivill likely not go into Atlln, B. C., this summer to work his placer claims on Spruce creek. Ninoteen men are thoro it the present time, and Eugene Mc Slosky, eldest son of James McClos cey, expects to come North on the -lumboldt. and go to bla father's prop irty for the summer. The father of the McCloskey broth ?rs has been falling for some time, ind It 13 feared he will not be able o survive the summer. CALL FOR MASS MEETING A mass meeting of the citizens of uncau Is hereby called to take place uno 9th at 8 p. m.. at the City Hall or tho purpose of considering the .uestlon as to whether there will be celebration of the Fourth of July his year or not. JOHN RECK, Mayor. Dated at Juneau, Juno 7. 1915. ?iC6-S-2t>? iUGQENHElMS HAVE RICH MINE IN CHILE While tho Guggenhelms can boast f having the richest copper ore in he world at their Bonanza and Jum o mines tributary to Cordova, thoy lso own tho biggest low-grade coppor roporty in the world In Chile, with plant capable of turning out 10,000 ms per day. This valuablo ' mine rent abegging for years, and It was ot until Pope Ycatman, the Guggcn elm's expert, found a profitable way f treating the ore that it bad any imraerclal value. After acquiring . lis mine, Fred Hcllmann, who with ' Is wife spent several weeks here . >ur or five years, ago, was made su erlntendent and since then has sue sssfully conducted this big proposi on. Mr. Hellman's visit to* Cordova " as for tho purpose of experting sev- \ ?al interior copper properties. Tho uggenheims also acquired the Bra sn mines In Chile, anc^ are now opcr lng both properties on an extensive ale. Stephen Birch, of the Alaska 8 radicate, is vice president of tho tl raden mine and a director in the o lilo Copper Company. * ? ? u Artistic dressmaking, alteration of iles' suits, embroidering, hemstitch ig, scalloping, picotlng. accordion, x. side, Idlt, and sun plaiting, all / ids of fancy buttons made. Mrs. \ W. Rhodes. Room 1, Malony _ 3g.r phone 127. (8-8-6L) ? ? KETCHIKAN AND MENDENHALL AIDSE From reliablo sources, It is under ' stood that out of the Territorial for est reservo monoya equally approprla' ' ed by tho Loglalaturo;? Juneau will gc 1 a much-nooded bridge, over Mendon 1 hall river and Ketchikan will oecur< J the long petitioned road between thi 1 city and Charcoal Point. The monoj ? will bo spont by E}. C. Austin, divls i. ional road ovorseor. It also is roportod; tbat from anoth i or source a. fight will be mado or 1 spending any part of tho money fo: ? First Division, roads or road improve ments, by injunction proceedings. A ? tho time-the. fight was. hottest in th< t Legislature on: splitting the ?57,00< > with tho Second and Fourth Division! ? it was the opinion of- the First ? nnt C Third division members that Con grcsB intended the money to go t< ' those divisions which had been "suf > foring" from the forest rosorvo sys ' tern.' ; MAYOR KECK ASKS PEOPLE FOR YERDIC1 Mayor John Reck . today Issued i i call for a mass mooting of citizens i tomorrow night,. In the city hall, tc I discuss the advisability of celebrating the Fourth of July In Juneau thlj | year. The meeting will bo callod tc . order at 8 p. m. "SEATTLE'S" TOURISTS . QEE. 8ITKA, SIGHTS The stearpshlp City of. Seattle was at Sitka yestorday, whore her oxcuc slonl3ts spent thrcQ hours viewing the numerous points of Interest in the /or mer capital. The steamor will bo.. In port tomor row morning, on her way tp Seattle Among tho tourists aboard are Dr. J. H.v Carson and wife,, of. Now York; Mrs. Robert Morris, of Now York; J. i J. Chlsholm, of Boston; Miss I. W Thompson and. Miss Martha Jennlngt of Los Angclos; Miss Albro Akin and Miss Helen Reed, of Portland; Mist Kathorlno Grqon, Miss Margaret MuL brill and Miss. Margaret Hanachen, ol San Francisco; D. M. Gurney and wife, Mrs. Thomasena Kelley-and Miss Agnes Mlchaux, of Loe Angeles; Mra Gertrude A. Lawronco, of Now York; Miss Minnesota B, Voehock, Henry 0! Voeheck, Mrs. Wlllalm D. Voehcckj Miss,Inez, Hudson and-.MIss Georgian Dla Hudson, of Sair Francisco, Miss Delia Hills and Miss Clara Crockett; UNIQUE INTERNMENT CAMP IN LONDON Thero aro times when the intern' ment camp, which has of late become tho popular resort of Qermans. so Juonilng In tho enemy's prcsorvos. Is not so bad as it sounds. A camp for this purpose. Is maintained by tho.Sea men's Union In London for the mora* bers of their organization who are German aliens. Kctcotte Camp, as tho place Is called, is located noar BUsworth and the War Office has no thing to do with 1L Comprising about sixty acres, the estate Is at present housing some eight hundred aliens. Twonty-sov.cn. acres of the property aro lnclosod by a high wire fence; which was erected by tho government, and the government allows $2.G0 per week for each man interned. The huts and buildings, mostly of brick and stone have been erected, and ful-f ly equipped by the .Inmates, all of whom aro, seamen and most of whom: arc members of the Union. Tho camp, Is guarded by nine members of the country constabulary, but tho. guard; is mainly perfunctory. Technically, the camp Is a place of detention, but In reality there la little to prevent anyono's. escaping if he should want to. As a matter of fact, only one, prisoner has escaped, and that one was captured some time later. But the authorities refused to tako him, back and he. was Interned elsewhere. Most of tho old,sailor Inmates are rathoring enjoying their confinement, They havo plenty to cat and. nothing to do and plonty of elbow room. There Is on tho grounds an Interesting littlo model port, equipped with modol ves sels of all kinds, both liners and war shlpsfl, with, modol wharves, piers, cranes, and other essentials. Rather a wide range of Ingeunity has boon shown in tho additions made to thlo port through tho Interest of . the de tained sailors. A great deal of work has been dono by them in tho gardens and they are at present ongagod .In; digging a big swlmprtng hole. So on tho whole, there might be worse* things than be ing Interned. M It's about time I \ to look over g I your last year's tackle, arid see' ,1 what you need . Ji for. this season's; |i sport. lee our window far many suggestions c hat, will help you to lure the "big c nes to your .string." c Call and examine our. stqck. . You ' fill be pleased v/lth the selection. GET BUSY EARLY J, A Word to tho Wise la ? Sufficient" j, ;..:.rrr-r~~:F BIG LEAGUE iSCOBES: YESTERDAY'3 3CORE3 Northewetern Leaguo. i At Tacoma~Ta<jpma, 6,; Seattle, 0..: t At Vancouver?Vancouver, 5; Aber deen, 0. > . 3 American-League ? At Now York?Dotrolt, 3; Now York, 2. At Philadelphia?St. Louis, 4; Phila delphia, 1. j At Washington ? Washington, 6; f Clevoland, 5. . At Boston?Boston, 3; Chicago, 0. t , National League ) At Pittsburgh?Pittsburgh, 6; Brook , lyn, 1. 1 At St. Louis?Philadelphia,8; St. Lou Is, 4. j Rain caused postponement of other games. Federal League At Brooklyn?Brooklyn, 4?3; Baltl . more., 3?2. , At Kansas City?Kansas City, 1; St. Louis, 0. L YESTERDAY'S SCORES: 1 NorthvyfijaUra League ? Won Lost Pet ' Victoria ..V. 23 18 .561 1 Tacoma 23 10 .548' ' Spokano 22 19 .53T Aberdeen 22 22 .500. Vancouver .'. 20 23 .466 Seattle 17 26 .395 National League. x i Won Lost Pet. Chicago 22 16 .579 > Philadelphia 21 17 .553 ? Boston 18 19 .486 Brooklyn 18 19 .486 ? St Louis 18 20 .474 ? Cincinnati 16 18 .471 ? Pittsburgh :..... 17 20 .459 Now York ....: ,>16 19 .457 Federal League. Won Lost Pet. 1 Pittsburgh 24 18 .571: 1 Chicago 23 '? 18 .561 Kansas City 23 19 .548 ' Newark 22 21 .512 St. Louis 19 20 .487 1 Brooklyn 17 21 .447 Baltimore 17 21 .447 Buffalo & 15 25 .375 Amorlcan League. Won Lost Pet. 1 Detroit :.. 28 16 .636 Chicago 26 15 .634 Boston 19 14 .576 Now York 19 v 18 .514 Cleveland 19 19 .500 St. Louis 16 23 .410 Washington 13 22 .371 Philadelphia / 14 26 .350 ADVERTISED LETTERS Lettors romaining unclaimed In the postofflco at Juneau, Alaska, on June 5th, 1915. Parties wishing same may call for "Advortisod Letters" and give date of list. E. L. HUNTER, P. M. Brlggs, Jim; Baxter, W. T.; Bur nett, O. Y.; Benton, Roy F.; Byron, Mr.; BJarnevoId, J. Karl; Chulok, Sporidon; Cummlngn, M. S.; Davis, O. E.; Deno, Louie (3); Dryskog, Thco doro; Dougherty, H. V.; DJanlc, Dra gan; Erlckson, Edw. (3); Edwards, Mrs. Mary; Erlckson, Mrs. Emil; Gia nakos, Geo.; Gray, Marvim; Ghole, P. W.; Gulavan, John G.; Higgins, Wil ley; Harstad, Edwin; Hngcn, James; Harris, R. V.; Janusevicli, J.; Jack son, H. J.; Joyce, Joe; Johnson, An drew; Kemp, Mrs. Bob.; Kuchan, Joe; Laukka,-Herman; Larson, W. P.; Leo Harry (2); Mericlo/ Andrew; Mollcr, Goo.; .Martin, Mrs. Jessie; Matlln, Dorvls; McKce, O. J.; Martin, John; Matino, Axel;;Miller, Mrs. Sylvia; Ol son, Mrs. Anna; Philips, Han: Par ker, Ed.; pooler, Yetal; Ruby, Nick; Remlck, Walter; Robert, Carl; Sim ard, Frank; Stennes, Mathew; Tor gaar, Conrad; Welsh, W. E.; West, W. H.; Walker. \V. C.: Welch, How ard K.; Willoughby, J. K.; Werock, P.; Whitman, Mrs.; Whalen, Jos. - . . KAISER PLANS M.ONUMENT FOR DEAD IN FRANCE The Gorman .cmporor has recently sketched a design for a monument which Is to bo erected In the former Fronch town of St. Quontin, to the ippinory. ;of the- dead In the present war. Tko story of what led to this Is, given In the Gorman papers .as fol lows: "The Germans, on occuplng St. Quontin,..found a very flno monument to the French,, soldiers fallen In 1871, by the side of which was a plain me niorlal ,tnblot In honor of the Gorman dead of the same year formed a rath er undignified contrast The military officials therefore. decided to have another monument erected, this time to the dead of 1911,-15,. which, how over, Is to be common to both Fronch and Germans. The local city coun cils offorod to bear half the cost and a ChaflottenJjurg. artist,. Prof. Wapd schacidcr, wag charged, with drawing the. design. The arti3t gent .In .three designs and the Emperor.camo down from, the main headquarters specially to view them "He found them unsatisfactory. He tvanted a richer design. Ho himself ndlcatcd the leading Idea: an open :emplo hall in Etruscan form, In the mckground?tho memorial wall with he names of ,tho dead, and on cither ildo on the right and on the left, a lerman and a Fronch soldier stand ng as guards of honor. The obvlqus >bJoctlon to this plan was. that the fl jure of tho Gorman soldier may, lat >r on perhaps! be damaged, by, a. fan itlcal chauvinists bereft of the. high md noblo Ideas of tho Emperor, who, n a truly Gorman spirit, was pre >ared. to honor tho bravo foo as much ; tourse- of- next -few days the Emper- < ?r-decided: 'Let tho warriors be thon equipped In antique fashion.' In the ours of the next few day3 the. Emper? ( ir made two sketches expressing his | dca and sent them to the professor ? vlth tho express remark, however; 'i hat ho need not, so far as details " vero concerned, feel himself in the " cast tied down to the model." Don't have coic reet, try some of - ?: ?> ? ?> ? <? ?> ? ?> ? ? ? * + + ?!? + * TIPS FROM TEXAS * f 4 ?> ? ?!? v (Dallas News.) Probably the dog is the closest ob server of human nature. Our guess is that thoro is hardly anything a letter carrier takes less interest in than postago stamp flrta tions. It is. possiblo also that if Eve had been made from Adam's floating rib woman would bo less fond of dry ? goods. It is, moreover, a good deal easier >. for a woman to take credit for reform ing her husband than to get any cash out of it. ? The progress of civilization is slow when a gain of ten yards of ditch is heraldpd, as a victory. ? < ? < OCCIDENTAL j HOTEL j AND ANNEX ! 2 Ratos?75c to $2.50 Per Day Weekly Rates on Request Phono.H Only Fommbr & Hitter handle tho Nanalnio coal. Try It and you'll al ways buy it. 4-5-tf. MINK SETS and Furc of all kinds. Ourloc and baskets at reduced prices. Inquire at Wills Store. 5-12-1m ! i-t MIIMIIO ; A. Benson^ | * Stand at Wills' Grocery Storo T I. Phenea of. 8-8-5 I ORDERS PROMPTLY EXECUTED ?!? W-hh ;: : hwi mhm \ I - o ? <? V <' 0 I > < > < > IMcCloskeysl 1=?p| ??^?? ~ K. D. Mac Lean I Carpet layer and Upholsterer. | : Carpotc Cleaned, Refitted and fj Laid; Furniture Packed .0 for Shipment ; 138 Front St Phone 285 n 1 BafJjJajje and General Hauling ;; 11 COAL! COAL!! | j; > A. n. BOMPQBRIBS Valentino Bldtf. ! I ; Telephones! Office 258( Barn 226 ' ? Smoke the beat?Ardner'e Havana, for 25c. 5-26-tf Watches, Diamonds Jewelry, Silverware J?mel?r and Optician sQjlr Peerless Concert Hall Wines, Liquors 9 and Cigars 9 Gbas. Cragg - - Proprietor | "JUST RECEIVED! j <? < ? | Balinacan Rain Coats, Children's Rain Coats and o |. Capes. 11 I UNDERWEAR SPECIAL?Ladies, Children's and :: :: Grown-Ups Union Suits, at 50c Per Garment. R I MRS. BERRY'S STORE | THIRD AND FRANKLIN STREETS ? ? ST ! f?VT"VV?VV?!?V?Vf WWW WW W V i-i 11 wi i. n i. h i i i i i m 11111 i 1111 m i i lit Let ie Ran Your Sewing Machine ii FOR Vt. OF A CENT PER HOUR : ?? .ii?. i i Apply to G. E. MOTOR, Care of il Alaska Electriclight and Power Co. % \ THIRD AND FRANKLIN STREETS |; ; smt t-a We've Cot It | ?? Everything inthe line of Wines, Liquors, Cigars \\ \ | JUNEAU LIQUOR CQ.,Inc~jj ! 'The Family Liquor Store"~Phone 94-Free Delivery ! ig g t mm man 111 iiuii in?111 HI I' *M I I I I I I M 1 !??!??! I I'11 M-M-M-M. I- M-I I I 1 ?! M I I I I 1 I I I I 1 I 1 I I I F T 1 I-1 I I- S-M-H 1 I' 1 ?!-I !? I ?! -M-l -l -l -I 1 M-I-; [ || The Grotto 7||j ?I L C. R.BROPHY 1 J.;; Distributors of High Class, Double Stamp Wbiskey, 7Vines and Cordials ;;!! jj:: Olympia and Rainier Beer ::: 95 FRONT STREET TELEPHONE NO. 210 ;;I! J. ? -l-I-M-I 11 I H'MM'l I 1 II M M'M I'M I III 1 III !! W-H-M1-111 I-I !? 1 1 ?! 1 1' 1' !? 1 ?I-l4 CHOICE FRESH GROCERIES ? FOR FAMILY TRADE ===== PHONE 385 J. M. GIOVANETTI Prompt Service I rHeidelberg Liquor C0.-1 j I r INCOKrOKATED . ? f ? | ? X Largest Stock Best Brands of f} Imported and Domestic Liquors <0 and Wines for Familu Use. ? <? Free Concert Every Evening 7 Till 12 | Free )o!ivory. Mall Orders a Specialty. Telcpfiono 386 X Beer 10c a Glass Louvre Bar Free Moving Picture 8howo Evory Afternoon and Evening WILLIAM 8CRIBNER. Mngr. FINE POULTRY pfl? Full lino froah nr.d cured meats?Oovommont Inspected. Try our Wild Hoao Lart Frye-Bruhn Market