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I THE NEW DREAM I
Featuring
BESSIE EYTON, IN J
I "The Wiiite Mouse" J
The most wonderful production of the snows and the Northwest ffl
Mounted Police that has ever played Jn Alaska. F uil of thrills.
Snow scenes that can't be beat. Come and see the- little white |
mouse, be a "pal" in the Frozen Nofth.
"LOVE OF ORO SAN"?Lubin?a Japanese love story of unusual ?
beauty.
"IN LIEU OF DAMAGES"?A mountaineers devotion Jn their aim
plicty is remarkably told In this Edison.
"JOSIE'S DECLARATION" ? Watch us make history tonight. Jo- j |
sie's "Declaration of Independence" is a truly conilc Vltagraph. H
10c ? HOUSE OF ITS WORD ? 25c
FIRST SHOW 7:30 ? SECOND SHOW 9:00 ? DOORS OPEN 7:30 !'1
ALASKA PALACE OF LICENSED FILMS
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MRS. A. O. GROVE |
Red Cross Graduate Nurse j ?
Surgical Medical Obstertical ' j ?
Cases cared for at your home.
! 136 E. 6th St., Phone 1405 j
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TELEPHONE 32 when in need of the
smallest drug want, and you will re
calve the feshest stock, and prompt
Free Delivery. Hill Drug Co.. phone
32. ???? !
Empire want aas. get results J
A. EIKLAND
CARPENTER and
CABINET MAKER
iJFIrst class work at reasonable
rates ? General repairing ?
special .furniture. Estimates
Free. - ? - 'Phone 254 i|
'Phone 5-9. P. 0. Box 673
NEW YORK |
EXCHANGE
Henry Olson, Prop.
WINES, LIQUORS AND
CIGARS
| Front and Seward Streets
JUNEAU, ALASKA | .
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MADE IN JUNEAU
Concrrto Dry and Watertight Floors and Cel
lars. Concrete plain and ornamental Walls j
and Fence*. Concrete ribbed or tTCToi finish- !
ed Sidewalks and Steps. AH work iruarnntced.
ESTIMATES AND PLANS FREE. I
H. D. BOURCY,
_ Box .W Contractor j
Jh.? McKannaTransfer I
"FREIGHT?COAL?BAGGAGE S
SADDLE HORSES FOR RENT
Ll-.'ht u<l Hcj?y H*ulln(< of ill Kind* H
Office 127-129 Front SL, phone 55 Q
"
William Pallister, M. D.,
Specialist in the treatment of diseases
and deformltien of the eye and ear.
noee ami throat
Offices: Fourth Floor. Goldstein Build ins
Office Phone 150. Reiidence Phone 151.
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DELMONICO ||
BEST PLACE IN THE CITY FOR GOOD ;
Oysters, Crabs and Fish of all Kinds
GOOD STEAKS AND CHOPS
?X* Dinner at Reasonable Prices -X*
R. D.PICKETT
U. S. Mineral Surveyor
U. S. Deputy Surveyor
514 GOLDSTEIN BLDG., Juneau j
Concrete Chimney Blocks!
Double-LocIt- Fire-Proof- Clinker- Concrete
Chimney. (NOT CINDER OR COKE.)
c; 12x14 in. Flue Sx8 in.
bu?* 14x14 in. " 8x8 in.
Concrete Products Mfg. Co.
Next to Cole * Express.
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Cyril Zuboff leaves on the Spokane
this afternoon for Sttka.
Mr. and Mrs. George Kohlhepp re
turned this morning from a visit to
California. They spent some time in
i?os Angeles, and at the beaches near
that city.
James T. Barron, prominent Funter
Bay salmon packer, arrived on the
Spokane on tho way to his cannery.
Mis Barbara Simpkins of Tacoma,
arrived on the Spokane today. She
s a sister of G. M. Simpkins.
Mrs. A. B. Cole and Infant son left
St. Ann's hospital this morning. Cole
luntor has been the only boy In the
t>aby's ward, and his departure leaves
some live amateur suffragettes in full
jwp.y.
Sister Mary Zeno. Superior at St.
Ann's hospital, left today on the Spo
kane. for a three weeks' visit to Daw
son. Y. T.
The Empire circulation lends. Try
An "ad" in Th? Empire reaches ev
arybody.
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Car stars from Goldstein's, ?>
Burford's and Alaskan Hotel. +!
t- Private Car for Hire any Hour *
:? at Alaskan Hotel. Phone Single ?
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H. E. BAKER
PRACTICAL AND
RELIABLE FURRIER j
We guarantee satisfaction on all
our work. H. E. Baker. 402 North- i
em Bk Bldg., Seattle, Wn. Refer
ence given, if desired, in your
liomc town.
"I hereby certify that H. E. Ba- |
ker is a first class, practical and j
reliable furrier. H. MOSES."
State of Washington, County of
King, SS:
H. Moses, being first duly sworn,
on oath, deposes and says, that he
is acquainted with Hi E. Baker,
furrier, and that he is a first class
practical furrier and thoroughly re
liable.
(signed) H. MOSES.
Subscribed and sworn to before
me this 15th day of June, 1015.
RUSSELL R. FARRELL.
(Notary Public in and for the
State of Washington, residing
at Seattle.)
Rate* Rea?onabl? Third end Hurrix Street. J unco
The BERGM ANN
Newly built and newly furnished, modern.In all rospects, 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.
, i
The "Caille Perfection"
FIVE-SPEED MOTOR
is the latest and best thing
in portable out-board en
gines. Magneto and Dual
Ignition Type just arrived.
ASK FOR A
DEMONSTRATION
Alasfca Supply Go. ?
DOUBLE TRACK
PLANNED EOR
ALASKA-JUNEAU
J. H. Mackenzie, of San Francisco,
consulting engineer and ono of the
principal owners of the Alaska-Juneau
gold mine, Intimated In an interview
with The Empire last night that tho
9,000 feet of tunnels connecting the
mill with tho ore bodies may be dou
ble tracked, in order to double the1
haulage capacity. Tho work If car
ried out would mean an enormous In
vestment. "We are considering it,'
but we arc not promising to do it
yet," he said.
Geologists Examine Mine
Mr. Mackenzie arrived hero last
week from San Francisco, accompan
ied by three of the best known geolo
gists in tho United States, Prof. A.
C. Lawson, head of the department of
geology, University of California, and
acting dean of the California college
of mines, 0. H. Hershey, of San Fran
cisco and Fred Scarlcs, Jr., of San
Francisco. Tho latter has taught min
eralogy at Berkeley at various times
during tho past few years and many
of his students are working in the
Juneau gold belt at tho present time.
Mr. Hershey has visited this section
before, in an advisory capacity. The
geologists have been making a study
of tho Alaska-Juneau workings, since
their arrival. They will leave probably
on the Mariposa, as Mr. Scarlcs and
Mr. Hershey have been engaged to
go to China and examine properties
there. Mr. Mackenzie will be in Ju
neau for a month or six weeks, to
meet M. L. Rcqua. a director in the
Alaska-Juneau company, and to map
out plans for tho summer's work.
Frederick W. Bradley largely inter
ested in the Alaska-Juneau, may not
be able to come North this summer,
Mr. Mackenzie states. Ho is in Hono
lulu at the present time, taking the
rest cure. Overwork this winter hns
caused his health to break down.
The Alaska-Juneau tunnel from
the mill to Jualpa Basin is approxi
mately 2500 feet in length. The tun
nel leading Into the main ore bodies
enters the mountain at Snowslide
Gulch, and taps the vein for a dis
tance of 6.500 feet. It was complotcd
over a year ago.
Other Mining Activity
At Annex Creek, in Taku Inlet, the
greatest activity prevails. The Alas
ka Gastineau Company's hydro-elec
tric project is keeping 200 men busy,
nnd tunnel driving to Annex Lake,
to tap its waters, will commence with
in a few days. The long tram is being
used daily in hauling supplies to the
summit of the hill, where tho railroad
is being built.
At the Lott-Nelson claims in Up
per Sheep Creek Basin, Foreman Ar
thur Fiendeau is driving a 2500-foot
tunnel for the Alaska Gold Belt Min
ing Company, of which A. B. Dodd
is managing director. The bore Is
now about 80 feet long, and better
progress is being made as the dis
tance from the mouth Is lengthened!
For the first few days the work moved
slowly, as heavy blasts could not be
fired, owing to the proximity of tho
timbering in the adit.
Owens Finds Good Rock
If signs do not fail, Kugcne Owens'
property near Sumdum will soon bo
attracting attention. On his visit
to Juneau last week. Mr. Owens
brought In samples of rock showing
great values, and mining men are con
fident that a fine discovery has been
made. The rock was tnken from two
outeroppings on Mr. Owens' claims on
the north side of Tracy Arm. One of
the showings Is about three-quarters
of a mile from tide water. Tho oth
er is about a mile and a half from
the beach. Three or four men have
been working on the claims this
summer and they have trenched suf
ficiently to expose the vein for some
distance. Mr. Owens believes tho val
ues will hold up, but considerable de
velopment work will be necessary be
fore the extent of tho find will bo de
termined.
The ledges exposed by Owens are
what the Sumdum veteran has been
looking for for over twenty years,
he told friends hero Tuesday, short
ly before he left on a boat, on his
return to his property. The rock Is
being assayed here, and in Dencver.
Nevada Creek
It is understood that the Union
Trust Company, of San Francisco,
which holds the control of the Alaska
Treasure mine at Nevada Creek,, two
miles south of the Tread well Com
pany's Ready Bullion mine, will send
an engineer north again this sum
mer. to make further exploration of
the mine.
THANE TURNS TABLES
ON PERSEVERANCE TEAM
Thane beat Perseverance on the
letter's grounds last evenlrfg before
a large crowd of miners. The scoro
was IS to 11. The Millers' victory is
the second out of a series of five
games, the Miners having won three.
Batteries were Dcrmody and Sbat
tuck for Perseverance, and F. Smith
and Wilson for Thane. Each man on
the Perseverance infield made two er
rors and Thane profited by the mis
cues. The Minors batted Smith free
ly! but the Thaneites fielded well.
Aronson. for the Miners, got the
longest hit. a four-clout sack to right
field, into the creek. Remiclc's nice
catch was a feature of the game, and
Drummond for Perseverance, made a
sensational catch of a long drive.
"Dick" Wulzen umplrod.
BAND REHEARSAL TOMORROW
The Juneau Band rehearses tomor
row (Friday) evening at S o'clock, in
city hall.
"All the News All the Time."
MISS ALERECHT
MASSEUSE
j/cmber Incorporated Society of Trained
Masseuse* of London
Cliff Apartments, Juneau
PERSEVERANCE
MINER IS GIVEN
YEAR IN MIC
Sain Vuch, indicted by the grand
Jury on the charge of assault with a
j dangerous weapon, and who was
found guilty at the close of his trial
Wednesday, was this morning sen
tenced by Judge Jennings to one year
; in the federal jail here.
| Before announcing the sentence the
court asked the usual questions of the
defendant, who made request for per
mission to reply through an Interpre
ter.. The request was granted but
V'uch's answers brought out nothing
other than had already been stated
in the defense. After brlofly calling
the prisoner's attention to the fnct
that In Amorica popular sentlomnt
does not approve of settling disputes
with dangerous weapons, tho court
cautioned him regarding the necessity
for controlling his tompcr.
Vuch is a native of Austria, and !
bus boon in Alaska for the past ton ?
years, working as a minor in dif
fcront places throughout the tcrri- [
tory. All of tho testimony presented '
at tho trial as well as the state- [
ments of many who have known him ?
well, stated that tho convicted man j
Is of excellent chnractcr and that he ?
has no enemies in tho country, nel- *
ther among his own countrymen or !
others. Vuch is totally blind in one j
oyo and has very little knowledge of J
English.
WEALTHY WOMAN
DENIES MARRIAGE
.Mrs. Walsh, of Washington, D. C.,
widow of Thomas F. Walsh, who
made millions In the mining Industry. ?
Is a Juneau visitor this afternoon.
She is a passenger on the steamship ?
Spokane, and Is making the Sitka ex
curslon accompanied by Mrs. F. M. *
Osborn, her traveling companion, and !
by her private secretary, James Mc- ?
Carthy. !
Mrs. Walsh, who is the grandmoth- !
or of Vincent Walsh McLean, the ?
"hundred million dollar baby," reitcr- !
ated today her denial of the report *
published last Sunday in Seattle and ^
elsowhere in the United States, that |
she and her private secretary had ?
been married before they left Wash- 'm
ington. She declares that a dis- ?
charged servant started the rumor. "
and before she had an intimation that ?
the story had been told, it appeared !
in the newspapers.
Mrs. Walsh's daughter is the wife .
of a son of John R. McLean, the mil- ?
lionalre owner of the Cincinnati En
quirer and the Washington Post.
Mrs. Walsh's home in Washington is
one of the most beautiful in the
United States. She said today that
she had enjoyed the trip on the Spo
kane "immensely."
FATHER CARDON
TO UNITE COUPLE
The Rev. Father Joseph C. Cardon
of Spokane, who was at the head of
the Catholic church in Juneau before
Father E. H. Brown, eleven years ago.
will likely perform the ceremony at
the wedding tomorrow night of Bea
trice .Margaret Behrends and John
Francis .Mullen. The Rev. Father
James Kennelly. pastor, of the
Church, was to have performed the
ceremony, but may leave for his East
ern trip tomorrow morning. He is
going to Washington, D. C.. to attend
the golden wedding anniversary of
his parents. Father Cardon arrived
here this morning.
.Mr. and Mrs. Bernhard M. Behrends
have asked The Empire to issue
through its columns their cordial in
vitation to the public, to the recep
tion which will follow the marriage
tomorrow night at the family home,
of their daughter. Mr. and Mrs.
Behrends will receive freinds from 9
to 11 o'clock-.
The wedding will take place at 8:30
p. m? with tho attendants and the
immediate members of the two fam
ilies present.
PACKET CHICAGOFF
STARTS TOMORROW
The Cliicagoff Mining company's
new packet, which has been named
the Chicagoff. will leave Seattle to
morrow night, direct for Sitka, accord
ing to advices received this morning
by J. L. Frceburn, superintendent of
the company.
The new craft is G5 feet long and
14 feet beam, and is equipped with
an Atlas engine of 125 horsepower.
Sho was built in the Ed Henth yards
at Seattle. Work commenced about
three months ago.
Supt. Frecburn left this morning
for Sitka, on one of the Dickinson
boats, with a load of powder and sup
plies for the mine. The ChlcagofT will "
be used in freighting between Juneau
and the mlno.
Swollen.
Playwright?I want a lint?size S. 1
Hatter?Mr. Penem, yon always .
wear a 6^4. <
Playwright?Sir, know what I want; !
my comedy was a success last night. ;
?(Chicago Daily News.)
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New line of black and White stripe
neckwaro at Goldstein's. G-21-tf
C. Potlevlch J. R. McNeil
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Old Kentucky Bar
Hotel In Connection
Steam Heated
Family Orders Delivered Free
P. O. Box 577, Phone 91
Front St. Juneau, Alaska
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11 B. M. BEHRENDS CO. 11
(INCOIU'ORATEP)
A NEW SI IT I
I IS NECESSARY 4TH0E^ULY g
and when a good suit costs no more than a poor one
you are foolish to take the poor one. The Alfred '
Benjamin Clothes are acknowledged hy people
that know to stand for the highest class of
tailoring both in material and
::: workmanship
I YOUR CHOICE of either a Hat or Pair of Shoes, FREE with :'jj
each Suit of Clothes until July 4th.
I IDE SHIRTS
;!! The best shirt at any price for service,
style or fit. Large stock of bright new
? ?? attems $2.00
FINE SHOES 1
for all feet, at all prices, all styles, all !!;;
sizes. If your feet hurt you let us fit ;;;;
them so they won't.
A Schol-Wil cap on your head, and you
? r can enjoy these warm days. AH prices.
Standard Soft Shirts, with attached or ;?
detached collars to match. ;;;;
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BIG NEW STOCK OF CARPETS AND RUGS JUST IN. SOME VERY FINE ||
jjj PATTERNS IN ALL GRADES AT PRICES LOWER THAN EVER ? WALL |j::
;; PAPER, WINDOW SHADES AND LINOLEUM. j j!!
I; Third and Seward Streets ? Juneau, Alaska ::::
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GRAND CONCERT
Given Under Auspices of the Knights of Columbus
THURSDAY, JUNE 24th
AT JUNEAU CATHOLIC CLUB HALL AT ST. ANN'S HOSPITAL
BUILDING
Featuring Little Viola Wasterlain
Declared to be the greatest violin and piano soloist of her age.
Assisted by
< Prof, and Mrs.
Wasterlain
Ed Schanda
Mr. F. Lansberg
and
Several Other
Artists
The entertain
ment will be fol
lowed by dance.
Music will be
furnished by the
Prof. F. Waster
lain.
Floor will be
managed by the
Knights of Col
umbus.
Tickets at HILL'S
DRUG STORE
MUSICAL TREAT PLANNED.*
The Bisscs Mary and Carolyne
3crnhofer have promised to entertain
luneau music lovers with a "costume
loncert" at an early date. Miss Caro
ine Bernhofer has just returned from
sTc\v Westminster Academy, where
die was graduated from a music
eacher's course.
Hat or shoes free with Hart Schaff
tor & Marx suits at Goldstein's 21 tf
The Empire will make advertising
:ontracts subject to proof of largest
Irculatlon of any newspaper In Alaska.
WILCOXES TO MOVE
TO ANNEX CREEK
John A. Wilcox, head of the sur
vey department of the Alaska Gas
tincau Mining company, has built a
new home at Annex Creek. Mrs. Wil
cox and young son are expected hack
from California next month.
Emery shritc at Goldstein's, fit and
color guaranteed. r 6 21 tf
For Dandruff, we recommend
'Q^nsEEsasaKaEa
"93" HairTonic
Wm. Britt, Juneau.
Elmer E. Smith, Douglas.
Let Your Letter
Reflect You!
People are sure to judge you by
your correspondence whether you are
conscious of it or not. You letters?
as your personal representatives?ap
pear in the proper social garb if you
use REXALL STATIONERY. You
know what the name stands for: the
best and most up-to-date made. Our
assortment is complete and the prices
are right. We are the agents.
Tho Reliable Roxall Store.
BBBBBMIMl MIMI'11'
gentleme"nT
When your wardrobe bo
comes depleted, remember that
there 13 a tailoring establish
ment on Third street, second
door from the postofllce, that
will replenish your wardrobe
for you. All clothes turned out
from this shop are mado on
the premises and bear the guar
anty of the house that they aro
First Class and up-to-date.
F. WOLLAND, Merchant Tailor
3rd St., Second Door from P.O.
Phone 66
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Bergmanndiningroom
Ntn Mini|icncnt?6<llerTlian Enr
BREAKFAST 6:00 a. m. to 11:00 a. m.
LUNCH - - 12:00 a. m. to 1:30 p. m.
DINNER - - 5:30 p. m. to 7:00 p. m.
RATES SI.00 A DAY
Bcrgninnn Hotel Dining Room
FRANK GBHRING, M?ufl?r
Manolln, guitar ana banjo lessons,
Mico M. Jordlson, studio, 5 and G, Gar
side Building. 3-4-tf.
Empire want ads. get results
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER
MISS M. MARKLEY
ROOM 8. MALONEY BLOCK
CARB WCMINGTON TYrKWniTrK COMPANY
PHONE 289
JUNEAU. ALASKA
PI A 1WK AND PIANO PLAYERS |
L1 Edison Diamond Disc Phonographs, <?
COLUMBIA TALKING MACHINES. VICTOR VICTROLAS !l
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15,000 Records for All Machines. Sheet Music, Small Musical Instruments o
JUNEAU MUSIC HOUSE |
Elmer E. Smith, Prop. THREE STORES J. P. L. Graves, Mgr. < ?
Rexall Drug Store, Douglas. Froit Street Drug Store, Douglas ?

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