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GOES OCT OF BUSINESS! 5 - mmez-SB?>mms^^ssssB^asssss \ "BUND BILL" O'DONNELL HAS TAKEN OVER HIS LEASE The remainder of Mr. Cann's stock will be ON SALE until l s disposed of, the public having the benefit of Cost i rices. - MUCH TO SELECT FROM $12.00 Felt Mattresses, Sale Price - -' $7.25 j $20.00 Golden Ash Dresser, Sale Price - $10.25 $35.00 Brass Beds, Sale Price - - - $20.25 $8.50 Springs, Sale Price - - - - $4.75 $65.00 Colonial Buffet, Oak, Sale Price - $38.75 $42.50 Colonial Table to match V" $24.00 <t7C Aft MASSIVE CIRCASSIAN WALNUT COLONIAL tfC\ Cft | 4>/ J.Ull DRESSER, SALE PRICE j $62.50 Circassian Walnut Bed to match, Sale Price - - - $40.50 Iron Beds, Sale Price - - $2.50 to $10.00 Several Birdseye Maple Bedroom Pieces, Duo-Fold Davenports, j Library Tables,-Auto-Seal Rockers, Dining Room Chairs, Stoves 8 ===== heaters and Many Other Useful Articles ===== At Correspondingly Low Prices! Sale Starts SS July 12th AND WILL CONTINUE FOR EIGHT OR TEN DAYS = ? A Scjuare Deal Is Guaranteed To. All Patrons! Second and Seward St. Phone 152 - - - ! fcs! SPECIALS! WATCH THIS STORE?We carry the largest line I of FRUITS and VEGETABLES in the city. I H. J. Raymond Co. ? Phone 28 ] ? JUNEAU STEAM8HIP CO. United 8tnte? Malt STEAMER GEORGIA Juneau-Sitka Route Loaves Juneau lor Douglas, Fut ter. Hoonnh, Gypsum, Tenakoe, KilHsnoo, Chatham and Sitka every ; Wednesday at 12:01 a. m. Juneau-Skagway Route | Leaves Juneau for Douglas. Eagle River, Sentinel Light Station, El drid Rock Light Station, Comet, Haines, Skagway every Sunday at. 12:01 a. m. Returning, lepvef. Slrngway the following day at 12:02 WILLIS E. NOWELL. MEAGER ?inniiniw?? inn * iin?- i ^ 1 UNIVERSITY OF PSIN8YLVANIA GETS BIG BEQUEST 'A, July 10 Tin will oCSamuoi Dickson gives 5100,000 lo the University of Pennsylvania. BIGGER THAN EVER BOSTON. July 10 -Since the lire a year ago. 517 building | i-r/fiitr i hive been Issued by the city, aid bluldlngH valued at 50,500,000 hnve been constructed. The property lc** by the fire was 55,300,000. "R1ANS CAN'T DO BUSINESS IN ITALY ROMJS, July 10?A royal decree de clares void the. transfer since May 24 of properties, credits and merchan dise of commercial houses belonging to Austrian subjects. It also prohib its institutlqn of civil suits -by Aus trian subjects In the Italian courts during the war. Auother decree shows the govern ment Is determined to exercise repris als against Austria should it undertake land or sea operations .contrary tq international law. Damages resulting from such operations will bo paid for by funds of Austria now in Italy, and ; if those prove insufficient, Austrian i ships which have been seized will be ! sold and the money applied in pay ; nient of damages. Tho decree ex empts from sale all ships of Austrian subjects who are of Italian national ! lt-v EMPLOYERS LOOMNt. FOR LABORING MEN WASHINGTON, July 10?War or dors, prospective rccord-brjeaking grain crop now being harvested and heavy yields of other grains, aro cre ating a new demand for labor, accord ing to Indications at the government employment office. Requosts for workers arc coming from many manu facturers and farmers from state la bor commissioners. FORMER GOV. HAY TO BE CANDIDATE AGAIN SPOKANE, July 10?It Is state'pos itively by those who should know that former Gov. Marlon E. Hay will be a candidate for the Republican nomina tion for Governor again next year. Gov. Hay was elected Lieutenant Governor In 1008, but took office as Governor almost Immediately, first on account of the illness of Goy,..Samuel G. Cosgrove, and, after the death of the latter within a few weeks of the inauguration of tho latter, Gov. Hay became the pormancnt Governor, serv ing in all practically four years, Ho was nominated as the Republican can didate in 1912, and was defeated at , the polls by Gov. Ernest Lister, the Democratic candidate by <522 plural TO CURE DRUG VICTIMS DETROIT, July 10.?Henry Ford is one of the backers of a movement j launched In Detroit to cure drug vlc WANTED ?A high'grade quarto mining property. ?Must have sufficient work done to make a showing. Give full particulars. ED. M. KANE, 111 Seward Street ti P. O. Box 91 Juneau ! "The WALL Of MONEY" Is the headline! at THE LYRIC (Juneau). This graphic, two-part photo drama Is all that Its name Implies, and with the noted atar, u Pauline Bush, playing lead it Is bound to please the most spectic. "IJZBETH"?a powerful dram? of the underworld, featuring Clare Meraereau. The Aplmated Weekly is newsy and very Interesting, showing some very late war scenes. "LOVE AND POLITICS," is a Joker comedy, and as Jokers tic klc the world, It's bound to tickle you. This all-tar program tonight and Sunday evening. You should' not miss It?at THE LYRIC?the house that Invites comparison. P. S.~ Beautiful, three months old "St. Albrr's Roller" canary Birds, aired by the famous Kin? Richard, fov sale; apply at box office. ?????? 1 ? : +****??+?***?++?+ + AMONG THE THEATRES. + +?+++?*#?+**++*+ THE HOUSE OF GOOD SHOWS In appreciation of the patronage accorded this house the management has decided that there is nothing too good for Its patrons and has Just Installed one of tho latest and most up-to-date machines which produces almost perfect effects. This added to the late improvements and special service keeps the already popular play house up to the minute. Tonight's show will be something one or George Ade's America's fore most humorist fables: ,"Thc Differ ence Between Learning and Learning How." The Sclig Company presents "The Ordeal" by James Oliver Curwood. The kiddies will all like one of tlio famous cartoons of Buster Brown, as Buster and his goat as a special feature in' two parts. Wb present Helon Holmes the Ka lem daredevil in "The Identification." Look at this for Sunday night on ly; A late Hear8t-Selig Weekly. The world before your eyes. "The Black Mask," This is the first story of the !'Man Who Disap peared" and is produced in collabo ration with the Popular Magazine. The Edison company feature Marc McDcrmott and Miriam Nesblt, their famous stars. The famous Broncho Billy will be seen in "Broncho Billy's Outlaw," as a laugh maker.ctaolshrdluctaolsnhrdl As a laugh maker we will present "The Old Fire Horse." **** DAWSON TO START FOOTBALL SEASON EARLY WHITEHORSE, July 3.?There is a llklihood that a football team will go from this place to Dawson on the oc casion of the annual celebration of Discovery Day, August 17. If tho pro gram is carried out, those moosefed kickers of the metropolis will get theirs.?(Star. |) BOOTH FISHERIES PROFITS. NEW YORK. July 10.?The Booth Klshorles Company reports to the Stock Exchange for the year to Jan uary 2. 1916: Net profit from opera tions, $1,210,723; net, $921,488; sur plus after charges. $183,391; less sev en per cent, preferred stock dividend $164,000; balance to surplus $29,391. ?(Wall Street Journal.) "Kendrick" expert sign writer. Com pare workmanship before ordering. ?(6-7-lm.)? Manolln, guitar ana banjo lessons, Alice M. Jordlson, studio, 5 and 6, Gar side Build In cigj 3-4 tf. MINK SETS and Furs of all kinds. Curios and baskets at reduced prices. Inquire at Wills Store. 5-12-1m The Empire "will make advertising contracts subject to proof of largest Irculatlon of any newspaper in Alaska. BRITAIN MAY OFFER | TO ARBITRATE CLAIMS NI3W YORK, July 10.?Pcrsoita In torcHtnd in cotton shipments to Ger many claim to have been advised that the British government Is about to offer to arbitrate its dispute with American cotton shippers regarding the price, to be paid for cptton des tined for Germany, but taken oyer by | the British. AMERICAN FINANCIAL SITUATION IS STRONG 1 ?. !.OXDON> Jijly 10/?"At no time in j the history of the United States," the London SLitist says, "has the finan cial situation been stronger than it is j now.". i C. Petlevlch J, R. McNeil Old Kentucky Bar Hotel In Connection Steam Heated Family Orders Delivered Free P. O. Box 577, Phone 91 Front St. Juneau, Alaska _____ MADE IN JUNEAU Concrete Dry and Watertight Floor* and Cel lar*. Concrete plain and ornamental WaUa and Fence*. Concrete ribbed or trcvel finish ed Sidewalks and Steps. All work guaranteed. ESTIMATES AND PLANS FREE. H. D. BOURCY, llnx .Tit Contractor 8 Ih| McKannaTransfcr I FREIGHT?COAL?BAGGAGE SADDLE HORSES FOR RENT Light and Heavy Hauling of all Kinds j Olllce 127-129 Front St, phone 55 William Pallister, M. D., Specialist In the treatment of diaeaaes and dcformltiea of the eye and enr. nose and throat Office*: Fourth Floor, Goldstein BuUdlnr Olllce Phone 180. Reikienco Phone 181. DELMONICO BEST PLACE IN THE CITY FOR GOOD Oysters, Crab* and Fish of all Kind* . GOOD STEAKS AND CHOPS ?X' Dinner at Reasonable Prices ?I"! R. D.PICKETT U. 8. Mineral Surveyor U. S, Deputy Surveyor 514 GOLDSTEIN BLDG., Juneau KAKE MAIL ROUTE Schedule In Effect April 1 to Nov. 90, 1910 The E. A. HEGG ealla every Monday at 8 o CIock .*. in. from Younc'a Float, ntopslda at Doufrlaa. Tnku Harbor, Limcntone, Bnettlnliam, Hurndum, Windham Bay, Fivc-Finirer l.ixht Fanahaw and Kake. CAPT. P. MADSEN. MS*' H) Ct?t * nrvoa Do You Know: ????'? i, i ii 1 ? ? ? ? ? ? ? , . That our Gents Furnishing Goods Depart- I ment is one of the finest and most com- fl plete in all Alaska? Strictly high I grade, Worth-the-Money goods have made it so, 9 DUTCHESS ii I TROUSERS | I for example, and do you know it !; will take an exclusive tailor to duplicate them in style and finish, ;; and he would charge double our ! asking price. :: ALASKA TREADWELL I GOLD MINING CO. I: MERCANTILE DEPARTMENT ^ ? |:i ian11II11111M111111111II11111111|.^ '