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V ALASKA DAILY EMPIRE 4
? Douglas Branch 4
? M. A SNOW, Manager 4
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WANTED ? Two respectable male
roomers tor a front room. Inquire
Mrs. D. Campbell, near Treadwell P.
O. 7-23-tf
CARLONE'S TAILOR SHOP
IS BEING ENLARGED
DOUG IAS. Aug. 12.?Extenslvo re
pairs are being made on the tailoring
establishment of Mllye Carlone on
St Ann avenue and the new firm of
Carlono and Marzyk will soon have
the best and completcst tailor Bhop on
the Island. M. A Marzyk who Is an
expert ladies' and gentlemen's tailor
recently arrived from Seattle.
DOUGLAS. Aug. 12.?The repairs
to the school house have been finish
ed and things are in shape for the
opening of school.
Elmer Smith has finished moving
the stock from the Rexall Drug Store
to the new store on Front otreet.
TREADWELL Aug. 12.?The invi
tations for the Firemen's Ball on the
19th have been printed and will be
sent out soon. Arrangements for the
bail are practically completed.
Guy Terry was taken to St. Ann's
hospital yesterday evening suffering
with an attack of rheumatism.
The Spokane arrived from the south
this afternoon with 55 tons of freight.
Harry Delih of the Treadwell store
force, is a returning passenger on
the Alameda.
A large turnout is expected at me
Firemen's meeting tomorrow night.
Fred Anderson has been transfer
red from the Central hoist to the
Treadwell compressor plant. The
former crew of tho compressor are
working on the "240" mill again.
The Poralso Is due at Treadwell
with 198 tons of general cargo.
The regular rehearsal of the Tread
well Band will take place at the Fire
hail tonight
TWO BIG FEATURES
AT THE LYRIC THEATRE
DOUGLAS. Rug. 11.?Another good
six-reel show will be given at the Ly
ric theatre tonight, and will consist
of a three-reel feature, entitled "The
Price of Sacrifice."
"For the Freedom of Cuba." a two
reel Bison film, and a comedy entitled
"Sfike and Jake In Mexico."
WANTED?Medium duty 10 or 12
h. p. gas engine. Must be reasonable.
Box 123. Treadwell P. O. S-ll-3t
LOST?Part of agate watch fob.
marked "G. R." in gold letters. Re
turn to Mrs. Richards. Treadwell 9-11?
SURVEY PARTY IN.
Surveyor Frank A. Metcalf and as
sistants. who have been working for
the Alaska Cold Belt company at
Swastika Camp, at the head of Grind
stone Creek, returned to Juneau yes
terday. In the party were Elmer
Hughes. A1 Peacock and Fred Ober
mlller.
Surveyor B. D. Stewart Is doing
some work 'or the Alaska Gold Belt
company, in Sheep creek basin. J.
D. Llttlepage is running the transit
in the tunnel on the property.
ENTERPRISE FOUNDRY
MAKING BIG CASTING
What is said to be the largest cast
ing ever turned out by a Juneau foun
dry is being cast at the Enterprise
Foundry today. The big piece of cast
iron is being made for the hammer of
a pile driver, and will consume 5.000
pounds of pig iron. When the ham
mer is completed it will weigh two
. tons. The extra 1,000 pounds of iron
will be waste.
ISLAND FERRY COMPANY
TO GET NEW FLOAT
Beginning Saturday the Island Fer
ry Company will have Its Juneau ter
minal at Cash Cole's wharf, on Wil
loughby avenue, just north of the Pa
cific Coast dock, where it has made
arrangements to have a float located.
The new float will be completed and
in position by that time, according to
Manager C. P. Morgan, of the new
company.
"It is our purpose." said Mr. Mor
gan. "to have a newer and better
boat on the Juneau, Douglas and
Thane run before long. It will be a
craft that wilt please our customers."
The Island Ferry company is now
operating the Rex and Tennessee and
makes 16 trips to Douglas dally.
Three of the dally trips are extended
to Thane.
TURKEY AND BULGARIA
FAIL TO AGREE
LONDON. Aug. 12.?A dispatch says
that no agreement has been renched
between Turkey and Bulgaria. Nego
tiations are continuing, but settlement
is dependant on the outcome of sev
eral old standing disputes.
BECKER'S DEATH WAS
8UNGLED. WRITER SAYS
Scores of trained writers went to
Osington, N. Y., to "cover" the excu
tion of Former Police Lloutenant
Charles Becker. At least one of
them, W. A. Davenport, In the Cln
natl Enquirer, claimed that guards
bungled the electrocution. His story
said that three shocks were needed
to kill him.
His story In part, was as follows:
Osslngton, N. Y., July 30.?A hollow
mockery of the once arrogant, power
ful Charles Becker, perished misera
bly in the electric chair at Sing Sing
Prison, this morning.
Thirty-eight men?Including report
ers, doctors, Undor Sheriffs, prison
officials and two priests?saw a still
powerful will drive a faltering spirit
across seven feet of concrete floor and
speak in toneless, breaking voice into
parrot-like responses to the words of
Rev. Father William E. Cashln, Chap
lain.
Becker's death was ghastly. The
execution was clearly bungled. The
strap, against which his huge chest
strained when the 1,860 volts were
hurled into him, had not been buck
led. Becker's rigid body shot upward.
The closely cropped head turned to
the right. The copper helmet In
which the crown electrode resposed.
slipped forward. And thus 38 shaking
individuals who sat watching a man
die, foresaw the horrible prospect of
a slow and tortured death.
Announces Becker's Death.
But the leg and arm electrodes had
done the work. After the flrst con
tact?a minute in duration?the once
mighty Czar of New York's Tender
loin practically was gone. It was
just 5:44 when the flrst shock was ad
ministered. The second surge tilled
the wretched man's body at 5:47, and
it continued for 10 seconds. A third
contact?the final one?was delivered
two minutes after, and at 5:53 o'
clock. after five physicians had jabbed,
prodded and stethescoped the bulky
body. Dr. A. W. Farr. prison physi
cian announced that Charles Becker
was dead.
MAKEEVER ARRIVES
ON THE SPOKANE
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Sanford Makeever, the New York
flnancier. Gasper Bacon, of Boston, a
member of the firm of J. P. Morgan
& Company. E. P. Dennlson and E.
W. Lombard, representing Massachu
setts capitalists arirved this aftornoon
on the Spokane, having come to Ju
neau for the purpose of inspecting
the workings of the Alaska Gold Belt
properties in Sheep creek basin
which have been going on under the
direction of Manager A. B. Dodd.
The party, numbering seven, were
met at Treadwell by A. B. Dodd and
D. C. Bard, both officials of the Alas
ka Gold Belt Co.
CHILD'S PLEA MAY FREE
GEORGIA'S JEAN VALJEAN
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M1DGEVILLE. Ga.. Aug. 12.? The
pitiful plea of a six-year-old child, Bes
sie Stripling, made ten days ago to
Governor Nat Harris, may bring the
early pardon of Edgar Stripling. Geor
gia's Jean Valjean. The pathetic story
of a man who had killed another in a
fit of anger, had escaped from jail and
becoming a leading citizen in another
state. Is revived by the Governor's
promise to Stripling's little daughter
that he would be freed.
"Governor, please let my father out"
was the child's simple request. We
have nobody to work for us. and my
mamma is sick."
Stripling was convicted of killing
J. B. Cornett is Harris county fourteen
years ago. Stripling's defence was
that the man had insulted his sister.
He was sent to jail, but in 1909 es
caped from the state prison. Later,
unoer me name or k. e. Morris, no set
tled In Danville. Va.. and sent for his
family. He became one of the leading
citizens of the town and was chosen
chief of police. It was while serving
as chief that a visitor to Danville rec
ognized him as Stripling, the prisoner
who had escaped.
With shattered hopes for his little
family, he was brought back to Jail
two years ago. His wife and children
came to live near the prison and the
agony of the confined man was un
bearable when he saw his loved ones
in want. Broken in health himself,
he says that unless the pardon comes
soon it will be too late.
ATLANTIC COMPANY MAY
ABSORB PACIFIC MAIL
NEW YORK. Aug. 12.?It is rumor
ed in New York that the International
Mercantile Marine may absorb the Pa
cific Mall's Pacific ocean steamship
lines.
ROUMANIA TROUBLED
WITH MARKETING CROPS
LONDON. Aug. 12.? A Bucharest
special says that the marketalng of
Roumanian crops has become a serious
problem and that Germany has offer
ed to take the harvests if the embar
go on munitions for Turkey is with- ,
drawn.
DEER SEASON [
OPENSSUNDAY
Many hunting parties are being
formed for the opening of tho deer
season next Sunday. The game law
regulations prohibit the killing of
more than three deer during tho open,
season and the local shooters are
prepared to get their early. The deer
season for Southeastern Alaska opens
August 15 and closes November 1st.
Owing to the very mild winters it Is
reported that deer are very plentiful
this season and undoubtedly a great
many hunters will tako advantago of
that fact.
The season for mountain goat is
open at present having begun August
1st and to close on February 1st,
1916. In tho north this season is
open from April 1st to Feb. 1st of the
following year. ?
Only one big game hunter has tin*
far taken out a license for moose
and caribou on tho Kcnal peninsula,
C. F. Singer, who was a passenger
on the "Watson." The season opens
August 20th and will close December
31st. Several large hunting parties
came from the Eastern States last
year to take advantage of the big
game season in Alaska and a party
of Eastern huntsmen is expected this
week from the south.
WIITANEN SUES WIFE.
On the complaint of Matt Wlttanen,
suit has been filed in the Commission
er's court against his wife, Mary Wl
ttanen and Andrew Erwie, who are
charged with adultery.
On an oral motion of S. H. Millwee
as plaintiff's attorney, the case of I.
A. Holstad vs J. C. Hydo, which was
instituted to recover $59.70 alleged to
be due, has been dismissed.
The case of W. B. Phin vs J. K. Wil
lougbby to recover a merchandise
bill of $40 alleged to be due and un
paid has been dismissed on an oral
motion of the plaintiff's attorney, S.
H. Millwee.
Oto Noffke, through his attorney,
A. W. Fox, has made application for
permission to change bis name to
"Georgo Mason. Noffke is a native
of Grand Rapids, Michigan, and finds
his family name inconvenient owing
to the fact that ho has become gener
ally known as "George Mason."
BIG CARNIVAL
NEXT MONTH
A fifteen-day carnival, with some
thing doing day and night, will be
held In the Juneau Rink commencing
September 4th. W. D. Gross, lessee
of the Rink, will change the name of
the auditorium to the Hippodrome,
spend several hundred dollars on ad
vertising,* and guarantees to divide
what profits that may flow in to the
carnival with charitable institutions.
He expects to be able to help St Ann
hospital, the Pioneers' Home at Sitka,
the Fourth of July committee, and the
public library, and the endorsement of
businessmen here is being sought
Philip Gross, manager of Shrine i"
carnival features in Seattle during
the recent conclave, who Is a nephew
of Mr. Gross, is on his way to Juneau, j
to assist In promoting the carnival.
The arcade leading to the rink is 1
to be immediately enclosed, and '
space adjoining the rink is to be used
for side-show features. Entertainers
will be here from the outside, mov
ing pictures, dancing, cabaretlng, and
the booth attractions, will be among r
the features. i
WESTERN CANADA TO I
FURNISH MORE TROOPS
VANCOUVER, B. C., Aug. 12.?
LleuL-Col. Hodgins has arrived from j
Ottawa to form a new western batal
llon of pioneers for active service,
composed of men from railway camps
and mines of the four western prov
inces. Major James A. McDona.ll,
"Big Jim" the well known railroad 1
contractor Is second in command.
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GERMANY WOULD WITHDRAW
FROM BELGIUM ON TERMS 1
CHICAGO, Aug. 12.?Jane Addams,
claims that the German minister of
the Interior has said that Germany (
would be willing to withdraw from Bel- (
gium if given certain concessions in ,
the Congo for colonial development.
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ON THE ALAMEDA.
SEATTLE, Aug. 12.?The Alameda
sails North tonight. Among the pas
sengers for Juneau will be Hugo
Heidorn, J. C. Smith, Charles York,
Frank Colebrook, T. B. Benson, W. O. f
White, Frank Schmidt, Mrs. H. J. 1
Martin. x
The Dolphin sails Sunday night. 1
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MRS. PUGH LEAVING.
Mrs. J. F. Pugh, wife of the Collec
tor of Customs, leaves tomorrow
morning on'the steamship Princess
Sophia, enroute to Cullman, Alabama,
to visit a sister. She will be accom
plished by her daughter Venetla. Mrs.
Pugh will return to the Coast later
this summer, and meet Collector Pugh
In San Francisco.
Old you see the children's "Hum
mer" automobile at the Juneau Drug
Co.7 107 Front Street, opposite the
Alaskan Hotel. 8-12-3t
Get your doctor to phone us your
prescription?we will deliver It at
jnce. Our service is at your disposal
lay or night. Juneau Drug Co., phone
250 . 8-12-tU.
If You
are troubled with heartburn, gases and
a distressed feeling after eating take a
&S2& Dt&T
before and after each meal and'you will *:
obtain prompt relief. Sold only by us, 25c
Wm. Britt, Juneau.
Elmer E. Smith, Douglas.
We Carry Stamps Open Until 12 p. m.
A. P. Bi., Pfcotos, c c?':^ack
Wbolettle 8 Retail. AiLtoieeoorSamplea
2 for 5 cents, 20 cent* per do?en
10 cent* each. <1 for 25 cent*. 20 for 11.00
ENLARGEMENT MADE FROM ALL VIEWS
ALASKA POSTAL EXCHANGE. 227 S*w*rJ
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Tho Petersburg float light No. 24,
?eported out of position, will bo re
placed as soon as practicable.
LIGHTHOUSE INSPECTION
SERVICE.
FOR SALE?New 4-room bungalow,
uodern, good location, furnished or
mfurnlshed. Price reasonable, part
:ash, balance monthly. Apply "Bun
galow." care Empire. 8-12-7t.
Attorney \V. A. Holzhoimcr return
ed today from Taku Harbor where he
tas been the guest of J. L. Carlson
dnce Monday.
USE PHONE 250
Let us save you a walk downtown
:hese rainy days. Phone 250, and the
luneau Drug Co. will deliver any
:hing you may need Immediately.
!-12-3t.
AfHEAT CROP EXPERT SHOWS
100.000,000 BUSHEL GAIN
CHICAGO, Aug. 12.?B. W. Snow.
:rop expert, estimates the spring crop
)f wheat at 305,000,000 bushels, and
he winter crop at 689,000,000 bushels,
i total of -994,000,000 bushels. 891-,
>71,000 was the total of the 1914 crop
wcordlng to the same authority.
SAYRES WANTS DIVORCE.
Divorce proceedings have been be
mn by Frank E. Sayres against his
vife Grace Sayers, whom he charges
vith adultery. J. H. Cobb represents
ho plaintiff. The couple were mar
ied at Eagle on October 30, 1910,
ind have no children.
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E. C. Hurlburt has filed a deed
transferring to B. L. Thane Lot 8,
Block 26 of this city.
The entire session of court this
morning was given over to hearings
en demurrers filed in the following
cases: John Johnston vs C. F. Shel
don. a motion to strike. Plaintiff rep
resented by Hellenthul & Hellenthal,
defendant by J. G. Held.
Cyrus F. Sheldon vs Kate A. Kabler.
| motion to strike answer us not con
stituting defense; plaintiff represent
ed by J. G. Held.
C. F. Sheldon vs Gus Messer
schmidt, Chas. Quackenbush and Ju
neau Construction Co. Alleges that
answer fllod does not constitute dc-;
fense. Plaintiff represented by J. G.
Held, defendant by Hellentbal & Hel
lenthal.
Neil Ward vs A. H. Humphcries,
motion to strike. Plaintiff represent
ed by J. G. Hoid, defendant by Winn
& Burton.
William Meyers vs A. H. Humphcr
ies, alleges answer docs not consti
tute defense.
VILLA RELENTS AND
IS READY TO TALK
EL PASO, Aug. 12?Suddenly relent
ing in hostility against the United
States, Villa has decided to make sat
isfactory terms with all the foreign
business men in the state of Chihua
hua, according to Special Agent Car
others of the State Department.
ANOTHER COMPANY GETS
$5,000,000 WAR CONTRACT
NEW YORK, Auk. 12.?An Interna
tional Steam Pump Co. official says
the company has received a $5,000,000
contract for munitions for the Allies,
and is negotiating for another con
tract of a much larger sum.
Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Coward and son
leave tomorrow for Seattle, to spend
several weeks.
Last publication. August 30, 1915.
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LOST?ladles' black purse. Small
change. Important papers, valued
only by owner. Return 315 Gold St.
?(8-10-3t.)? ^
WANTED?One or two reliable
carpenters to build a small apartment
house, and take interest in building to
amount of contract. Ed M. Kane. Ill
Seward St. 8-ll-6t
WANTED? To rent, piano, excel
lent :are. 315 Gold St. 8-10-3t.
FOR SALE ? One-half partnership
interest in a Douglns saloon business.
A big bargain for somebody. For par
ticulars, see John Henson & Co., agts.,
Douglas. 8-0-6t
FOR SALE OR LEASE ? Seaview
apartments, phone 79, for terms.
8-ll-6t.)
GOOD OPPORTUNITY for party
with capital. Addres D, The Empire.
?(8-10-2t.)?
THE RUSSIAN STEAM BATHS;
opened under neW management?Re
lieves colds, rheumatism, and. catarrh.
Open Wednesdays and Saturdays. Lo
cated on hillside, above Alaskan Ho
tel. 8-10-4t.
PROFESSIONAL.
William Pallister, M. D.,
! Spoclall.it In tho treatment of dlMooen
and deformities of the cyo and ear.
nose and throat
Offices; Fourth Floor, Goldstein Building
Office Phone 150. Itciidoncn Phono 151.
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DR. LEONARD P. DAWES *
? Surgeon and Physician +
?> Offlco First Nat. Bk. Bldg. ?
? Hours 10 to 12 in; 1 to 4 +
?> and 7 to 0 p. m. +
! + Phone 2602; Res. 2603 *
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|i: Dr. E. H. Kaser::
? "DENTIST -
1 and 3 Goldstein Building J ?
<> Phono W. 4 ?
| 4 ? Hours, 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. o
MRS. ANITA BRANSCOM
NURSE
Surgical, medical and obstetric
al cases cared for at your home.
Phone 205, Bergmann Hotel,
Room 30.
MISS ALBRECHT
MASSEUSE
Member Incorporated Society of Trained
Ma-wcueca of London
Cliff Apartments, Juneau
MRS. A. D. GROVE
Red Cross Graduate Nurse
Surgical Medical Obstertlcal
Cases cared for at your home.
136 E. 6th St., Phone 1405
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:: Dr. Fannie Waite ??
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ROOM 2 VALENTINE I!
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SCIENTIFIC
LENSES
It Is now known that many
eye troubles are caused by
certain Irritating rays In electric
light.
These are ultra-violet rays and
the infra-reds.
And only recently has a lense
been perfected that satisfactorily
filters them from the eye.
It can be worn constantly as
the tint is invisible except with
close scrutiny.
If your glasses are not com
fortable?talk to us about this
lense. It is really a preventa
tive of cataract.
Robert Simpson
OPTOMETRIST &. OPTICIAN
"Kendrick" commercial sign-writer
and bulletin board advertiser. 7-23-tf
Everybody' reads Empire "ads."
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WANTED ? Dining room, chamber
work or general house work. Apply
Room 48, Bergmann Hotel. 8-12-3t
FOR RENT?Four room house, partly
furnished, 428 Main. 8-12-tf.
WANTED?Girl to assist with light
housework for 10 days. Mrs. Jesso
Neville, 329 Rawn Way. 8-10-3t.
WANTED?Piano player for Doug
las Orphcum theatre. Resident of
Douglas preferred. Apply J. T. Spick
ett, Juneau.
WANTED?A teacher in her own
home wants a teacher or refined lady
to room and board. Charges reason
able. Address P. O. Box 1028, Refer
ences exchanged. 8-9-tf
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WOMAN wants hour work, phone
138. 7-19-tf.
FOR SALE?A cabin; inquire 35
Qastineau ave. 7-30-tf
FOR .SALE?M. D. Berry's entire
transfer out fit at bargain. 3-16-tf.
FOR SALE?One bedstead, one bed
spring and one good mattress, cheap,
see Cramer, at Empire.
HOUSE FOR RENT?F. J. Wcttrlck
FOR RENT ? Modern 4-room and
bath flat I. Goldstein. 7-31-tf.
FOR RENT?Three and four room
apts.; call No. 3 Gold St. 8-4-tf.
FOR RENT?Front room, furnish
ed, use of bath and phone. Mrs. R.
Leak, 114 Main st. 7-26-tf.
FOR RENT ? Two or three room
apartments with bath; furnished or
unfurnished, phone 33 or 167. 7-24-tf
FOR RENT?Flvo rooms and bath,
concrete house, phone 369. 2-16-tf.
FOR RENT, 2 and 3 room furnished
housekeeping suites; reasonable, "The
cozy corner of Juneau." Cliff Apart
ments, near court house. 2-1-lm.
HOUSE for rent. Mrs. M. Davis.?
Nicely furnished rooms: hot and
cold water in each room, with or
without board. Mrs. Shannon, 236
Gold St 7-13-lm.
St. Nicholas leaves for Tenakee and
way porta, Tuesdays at 8. a. m. 12-28^-tf
FURNISHED rooms for rent, close
In; bathroom in connection; apply
upstairs, Decker apartments, Gold
and First St. 8-4-lra
The Empire will ma'*e advertising
contracts subject to proof of largest
Irculatlon of any newspaner In Alaska.
. > t. G Thoma.1 Merl F. Thorn u A
J J Alaska Furniture 8 Undertaking T
" Co., Inc. X
:: funeral Directors & Embalmers $
i> DoupUn Alaska ^
I Auto For Hire I
SEVEN PASSENGER CARS |
TRIPS TO GLACIER
Day Phono 260 NUjht Phone 1306 H
J. M.OUSBY. j
ORPHEUMl
TONIGHT ,
The BOSTONIANS
Bin the tuneful musical comedy
"IROMA"
the threereel military drama
An Officer and a Gentleman"
AND PATHE DAILY NEWS
? ROSE OF BLANDEEN"
Two Ripping Comedies and
" The Going of the White Swan " 5 Big Reels
Two Shows Nightly 7:30, 9K)0. Prices 25c and 50c. Children 10c l
Different Sleeve Lengths In
="EMERF=
Guaranteed Snirt
OF COURSE "EMERY" SHIRTS FIT YOU WHEN
YOU BUY THEM ? FIT YOU PERFECTLY ALL
OVER?AT THE ARM HOLES, THE NECK, IN THE
SLEEVE LENGTHS, CROSS THE SHOULDERS, AT
THE BACK AND CHEST.
But what's more they'll always fit you ?they
won't shrink or warp in the tub. And the col
ors won't fade.
We've EMERY Shirts in a great big variety of
the newst and most beautiful color effects.
"A NEW SHIRT FOR ONE THAT FAILS" EMERY
WATCH OUR WINDOWS FOR THE EMERY SHIRT
DISPLAY.
GOLDSTEIN'S EMPORIUM
THE HOME OF HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX CLOTHES AND THE EMERY SHIRT
TURNER'S STUDIO |
WALTER C. COLEMAN ?
MASTER IN DANCING f
Music Furnished For All Occasions 2
Studio for Rant
PHONK 275 OR CALL AT STUDIO J
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There is no Better
Beer than
Juneau Famous
Alaska Beer
"The Beer of
Quality"
Family Trade Solicited
PHONE 29

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