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A'1" 1 ?' ? ??? \ Saturday Morning Specials I I Collars and GKimesettes In dainty organdie and lace, suitable for dresses and coats, in cream and white? SPECIAL 50c Net Chimesettes In high and low neck, standing and lay down collars; several styles to choose from? SPECIAL 25c Hand Made Collars and Doilies COLLARS Armenian trimmed, several designs to choose from, very special? 90c to 52.45 1 Doilies and Center-pieces Doilies in sets of six, trimmed in Armen ian hand work, very dainty? $1.75 to $8.00 CENTER-PIECES TO MATCH?$1.00 TO $4.50 Petticoats New taffeta petticoats, all shades. Real bargains? $3.09 to $6.00 Silk Bose New silk hose, in all shades?75c TO $1.50 Lisle Hose, Special, 3 pr. S1.25 ]| Phone 261 Sty? Jfaflkmi 2(5 and Seward | IIIH ?l?MIIIIIIIHWHI?? IWI?IBIIM I ?! II Ill IIIIIIIWII IIIIIIHII llllll III IIIWIIIIIII ESTABLISHING THE BOUNDARY SURVEY Prince rupert. b. c., Sept. 13. The Canada-Alaska boundary survey , and geodetic survey which has been J in progress along the B. C. coast is , a most important and exacting work. Survey parties have been busy near Prince Rupert, as well as else where. and in the rugged territory, the operations are certainly strenu ous. The initial point of the boundary at Cape Muzon is on the southern side of the southermost island of the south ern end of Doll Island, and where the curve of the low water mark is touch ed by a direct line drawn tangent , from the boundary point at the en- . trance to the Portland Canal. The line crosses Dixon Entrance. The glaciers along the boundary are the largest in the world, except those in the polar regions. The surveyors, in their expeditions over the glaciers, have of nevessity to limit the variety of food. Tea, su- ' gar, pilot bread, bacon, beans, onions ' and evaporated apples, constitute the rations allowed. This is quite a con trast to the menu served where the transportation is easier, for in the camps nothing is wanted in the food line. Two reference monuments are at Cape Muzon. one determined by a primary triangulation expanded west ward from the mainland in the vicin ity of Prince Rupert, making use of Stephens. Dundas. Graham. Langara and Prince of Wales group of Islands. One line is 6$ miles in length. A concrete pier. 13 Inches square and about 40 Inches in height, is erested at each station to set the theodolite on for the observer, which makes the setting of the instrument rigid. The Instrument is in two boxes, one weighing ISO pounds, the other 45 pounds, and It is quite a task to trans port this instrument to the top of a 3.000 foot mountain!. Reference monuments are also placed along each side of Portland Canal.?(Prince Rupert Empire.) J "GOLD IS WHERE IT IS LOCATED" FAIRBANKS. Sept 12.?So far in the life of the new Tolovana camp there has been no report of the old timers there giving cheechacos the bum steer when they show up on the scene looking for a claim that will produce millions and sending them to the top of some hill whero only a fool- ' ihs man would look for gold, as has been done In nearly evrey new camp In the world. After everything In the Dawson camp had been staked from h to breakfast. It was the general pas time to direct all new-comers to the ' top of a high hill where they were told they could get all thegold they ' wanted. They took the Jokers at , their word, and It proved to be one of tue richest parts of the Klondike ?Cheechaco Hill?and not one of the GO TO THE DREAM THEATRE Admission only 5c, 10e and 15c?Five reels of pictures. 9-14-tf) sourdoughs got In on its riches except by purchase. Which only goes to show that gold Is where you find it In the Cripple Creek district, in Colorado, there is a section known as Tenderfoot hill. The name tells the story. When the Easterner appeared In search of gold ho was directed to that hill. Wise men avoided It But the tenderfoot from a farming State discovered ore and in such for mation and quantity that it reminded pioneers of the opening of the Ana conda property and the removal of the ore from the face of a hill with scrapers and shovels by the open-cut process. Nature plays fantastic tricks upon those who would unlock her treasures. ?(Fairbanks Citizen.) ? ? ? t MRS. C. E. BUNNELL JOINS HER HUSBAND ? FAIRBANKS. Sept. 3.?Mrs. C. E. Bnnnell and daughter Jean, arrived >n the Delta Wednesday, having Join ed her husband at Ruby before his de parture for Fairbanks Mrs. Bunnell has come to this city to make her home during the tenure of the judge's office at least, and will add a great deal to Fairbanks society, as she is an exceedingly bright and charming woman. When Judge Bunnell received his appointment as judge of the Fourth division. Mre. Bunnell went to the Outside on a visit until such time as she could join her husband. The Bunnells have not as yet chos en the site of their future habitation in Fairbanks.? (Fairbanks Citizen.'* ? ? ? # WRECKED OLYMPIA IS BEING SALVED SEATTLE, Sept 17.? The wreck of the steamer Olympia. which was lost on Bllgh Island reef. Prince Wil liam Sound, December 10. 1910, was recalled yesterday, when the freight er Seward, of the Alaska Steamship Company, just in from the North, dis charged seventy-five tons of fittings, the first salved from the ill-fated ves-| sel, says the Postlntelligencer. The shipment included 345 fathoms of chain, davits, anchors, and other parts of the steamer. Nelder & Mar cus, of Seattle, marine" wrpekers in conjunction with the Alaska Steam ship Company, are salving the ves sel. The Olympia sailed from Seattle on December 3, 1910, In command of Capt. James T. Daniels, now master of the steamer Alliance, of the Inde pendent Steamship Company. Joe Large was purser and W. E. Pence freight clerk, both of whom are still In the service of the Alaska Steam ihtp Company. Riding high on Bllgh Island reef the Olympia has served as a warning to mariners and it has been suggested on several occasions that the vessel be filled with cement and converted Into a lighthouse. PRESCRIPTIONS a specialty. We never substitijte. Hill Drug Co., phone 32. 23-2t "Phone 206. Mild oyster cocktails. ij? All Longs No Shorts. full Pints full Quarts. KENTUCKY MOONSHINE mi THE NEWUm TRIANGLE BAR MORRISON'S PLACE PATENT FOR HOT SPRINGS LAND FAIRBANKS?If tho final certifi cate issued today out of the local land office is approved by the commission er of the general land office at Wash ington, Mrs. Cordelia Karshner, of Hot Springs, will become the owner of the first piece of patented land In Interior Alaska. This is the first fi nal certificate ever issued out of the local land office. Should it be ap proved, and there is little doubt but that it will, it will be returned here and a patent will immediately be is sued to Mrs. Karshner. SCHWAB EXTENDS OPERATING CAPACITY OF BETHLEHEM COMPANY SOUTH BETHLEHEM, Pa.. Sept. 22.?The Bethlehem Steel Company is making arrangements to extend greatly its plant here and to develop on a large scale its ore beds in Chile. The contemplated improvements, which will entail an expenditure of nearly $50,000, will bo In connection with the manufacture of munitions and also domestic business. The pol icy of Mr. Schwab of putting back into the plant every year its earnings will be followod, and these, because of the enormous war orders and con sequent profits, will be very large. It is said $30,000,000 will be spent in the development of the Chilean ore beds which contain a high grade of iron ore, and in building a transport fleet of 10 vossels. A huge tin plate mill will be erected at Shimersvitle, a villago near here, which the com pany recently purchased. Another battery of blast furnaces will be built here. It is said the company has on hand $200,000,000 in war contracts and $50, 000,000 in domestic orders. Empire want ads. get results IF YOU want any article in the drug line, phone 32. Toilet articles, drug sundiors, prescriptions filled by registered pharmacist. Hill Drug Co., Stacy H. Reeves, Mgr. 9-21-tf DONT forget the Names? OLTS & GILPATRICK, Contractors Concrete or frame construction. (5-17-tf.) l ALASKA TRADE MAY REACH $100,000,000 SEATTLE. Sept. 15.?Alaska's com morco with the United States, practi cally all of which is shipped to and from Seattle will bo increased from $64,799,245 last year to at least $100, 000,000 this year, and it may oxceod that sum. The number of passengers going In and out of Alaska will dou ble that of last pear. This is tho opinion of M. S. Whit tier, deputy collector of customs at Juneau, who has been in tho Northern service fov more than a dozen years. With Mrs. Whittler ho has been spending a few days in Seattle and lef t last night for the North. They registered at The RalnierUrand. The first seven months of the year showed a tremendous improvement in both exports and Imports, according to reoords compiled by the department at Juneau, the increases in exports, being mainly to the line of copper and other metals. Tho imports to Alaska this year exceed the figures for 1908 09, the record years of tho country, when the Copper River & Northwest ern railway was under construction. Tho incrooso in imports this year is duo to tho mining activity at Ju neau, where tremendous plants are being installod, augumented by a lot of material shipped to Anchorage for u|0 in the construction of the govern ment railroad and an increased num ber of small quartz mills and mining plants shipped to various parts of tho Territory. Gold exports are already $2,000,000 ahead of those of last year. This is accounted for by the fact that big plants have been in operation in low grade ores. The increase in copper comes mainly from tha Kennocott mines, which aro shipping at the rate of more than $1,000,000 a month. Tho increase in the number of pas sengers going in and out of the Ter ritory this year is due, Mr. Whittier believes, to tho fact that Alaska rdo ceived a tremendous amount of ad vertising when the appropriations for the construction of tho government railroad was passed by Congress. The value of the advertising was enhanced by work done by Seattle newspapers and commercial institutions. Tour ists, unable to go to Europo, wore attracted to the North. GEN, LEMAN, DE8PITE GOUT, AMUSED AT HIS OBITUARY BERLIN. Sept. 23.? (by wireless to Sayville, L. I.)?A Paris paper has printed an item from Belgium to tho effoct that Gen. Leman, tho grave do fender of Liege, had died of a broken heart In a German prison. The fact is that tho General is living in Mag deburg, with other officers, In a pris oner's camp, and is being treated ac cording to his rank. He is nursing his gout, but otherwise is in excellent health. He read his obituary notice with amusement. MARTIN MORAN HELPS BOOST SEMI CENTENNIAL When Nome held its meeting to confer with Secretary J. L. Mcpher son of the Alaska Bureau of the Seat tle Chamber of Commerce, regarding the plans to celebrate Alaska's 50th birthday in 1917, Martin P. Moran, known during the recent legislative session as "the gentleman from the Great Kobuk," injected a lot of enthus lsm in the meeting. The Nome Daily Nugget said: "Representative Martin Moran took the floor at the request of Mayor Di mond and started in by stating that ho had come to listen but wound up with an eloquent address in which he boosted every thing in sight, in cluding the Chamber of Commerce. Alaska bureau and particularly tho Kobuk section of the Seward Penin sula, which he described in eloquent detail, as was doubtless very natur al." Nome endorsed the Alaska Bureau plan. JOHN J0HN80N-S RUSSIAN WOLVES TIP STAR GAZER * ? A clipping from an eastern news paper of Juno 3 states that the fa mous John Johnson was arrested for running over one Arthur Slyman while exercising his racing team on one of the ocean beaches close to New York. Slyman had John arrest ed and he was hauled into court at which place he said that ho was so engrossed in handling his fiery stcods that he did not se the complainant. Slyman testified that he himself was partially responsible because of being deep in the contemplation of the sad sea waves and was not watching out at the time. Johnson was turned loose.?(Nome Nugget) Nearly all Alaskans are familiar with the Johnson team of Siberian wolves, which has been entered in the Nome Sweepstakes annually for the past five years. They twice won that classic. Early this year Johnson took the dogs to San Francisco for exhibi tion purposes, and later joined a mov ing picture concern. There are eigh teen of the dogs in the string. The Misses Mary and Cecelia Mc Laughlin have returned from a visit to Seattle. "WHITMAN'S 8AMPLER," is pleas ing everyone who tries It. BUTLER MAURO DRUG CO., }6 Front St. One door North Alaskan Hotel. 9-24-2t. SAFETY FIRST ? Therefore, have four prescriptions prepared at Smith's Front St.' Pharmacy, the largest and >est stock of drugs In Douglas. 2t If you want to know, "ask BartletL" -O-l-tf.) There Is No Question but that indigestion and the distressed feeling which always goes with it can be promptly relieved by taking a 'Q&yoaSSL D^-spbe,P^la before and after each meal. 25c a box, Wm. Britt, Juneau. Eimor E. Smith, Douglas. THIRTY VESSELS LOST IN NORTH IN 15 YEARS With the I088 of the freight steam er Edith two weeks ago off Capo St. Ellas, the thirtieth total loss of ves sols In Alaskan waters In ten years was recorded: The list as as follows: S. S. Star of Russia, Chicago! Is., $150,000. Sp. Servla, 1905, Kodlak iBland., $100,000. Bk. Nicholas Thayer, 1906, Kodlak Island, $200,000. S. S. Oregon, 1906, Cape Hlnchen brook, $200,000. S. S. Mariochon, 1906, Chatham Straits, $300,000. S. S. Themis, 1906, Haadlgn. Bay, $120,000. Schooner Martha Tuft, 1907, Katal la. $45,000. S. P. John Currier, 1907, Bristol Bay, $190,000. Schooner St Paul, 1907, Sukhllsh Island. $25,000. Bark Wm. Bayless, 1907, Arctic, $50,000. up. leucine, iyus, ugasniK, ^^ou.uuu. Sp. Star of Bongal, 1908, Corona tion Island, $250,000. S. S. Saratoga. 1908, Busby Island, $175,000. Sp. Columbia, 1909, Untmak Pass, $100,000. S. S. Ohio, 1909, Hoiklsh Narrows, $300,000. Brig Quatalno, 1909, Dixon Entrance, $30,000. Brig Charger, 1909, Karta Bay, $25, 000. S. S. Farralon, 1910, Illiamna Bay, $80,000. S. S. Portland, 1910, Katalla, $55, 000. S. S. Olympla, 1910, Bligh Island, $150,000. S. S. Cottage City, 1911, Soymore Narrows, $100,000. S. S. Ramona, 1911, Cape Decision, $150,000. Sp. Jabez Howos, 1911, Chignlk Bay, $100,000. Bark Hayden Brown, 1912, Montague Island, $10,000. S. S. Yukon, 1913, Sanak, Island, $170,000. S. S. State of California, 1913, Gam bler Bay, $225,000. S. S. Curacao, 1913, Warm Chuck, $225,000. S. S. Dlrlgo, 1914, Cape Fairweath or, $40,000. S. S. Bertha, 1916, Harvester, Isl and, $40,000. NECESSARY AND COMFORTABLE. Hot Wator Bottles, Fountain Syr inges, Combination Fountain syringes, etc.?Rubber goods that will last long er than any make, at Outside prices ?Guaranteed by us. Juneau Drug Company, opp. Alaskan hotel. Phone 250. SAVE VOUR TEETH. Ask for A. D. S. Peredixo Tooth Paste when you buy next time. It neutralizes the acid In your mouth and Is pleasant to the taste. It leaves your teeth white, and your gum3 heal thy. It Is the best tooth paste made? 25c per tube. We do not hesitate to recommend It against any other tooth paste on the market. JUNEAU DRUG COMPANY, opp. Alaskan Hotel, Tele phone 250. PRESCRIPTIONS a specialty. We never substitute. Hill Drug Co., phone 32. 23-2t Come in and be crowned with a new FALL STETSON. B. M. BEHRENDS. 1 I 1 111 Mil III III 1 MM III I r I THE KINYON'S " Confections, Lunches, Peanuts " I! and crisp, buttere'i pop-corn and " Hot Drinks I! 119 SEWARD ST. 1\ + Next Dream Theatre ?i M I M I I 111 I I III M 1 I I'M II I1 * ? + AMONO THE THEATRE?. ? ? ? "ROBESPIERRE" Wonderful Dramatization jf the Moat Thrilling Incidents of the French Revolution? At the Grand Theatre Tonight. , Como to tho Grand theatre tonight, and see something that Is way up In tho productions of historical features, something that is not slow, but full of actual thrills and one that is sure to make you think. This feature is taken from the French history, and everybody throughout the world road tho great "Robespierre"?Just como and see. "As a Man"?Warner drama. "Scooped by Hencoop" ? a clover Powers comedcy?closes a great his torical show at tho Grand tonight. ??? AT THE ORPHEUM Tonight tho same show as shown last night, which included a late Pathe Daily with all the late events. Tho last issue of "Dolly of tho Dall ies" entitled "Hard Cash" a two part Edison feature and a laughable com edy by the Kalcm Company entitled "McBride's Bride." STEFANSSON WILL CONTINUE SEARCH FORE MORE NEW LAND Explorer Vllhjalmur Stcfansson's advices to the Canadian government that he was safe at Banksland camo from Nome, Alaska, In the form of a message signed by himself and dis patched from Bailey Island, August 31. Tho message follows: "As unavoidable delays threatened and the running cost of chartering the Polar Bear was high, I purchased her and engaged her on terms similar to tho Karluk. Engaged Koff, engin eer of schooner Ruby, to take place of Blue, of Alaska. Engaged five ex tra helpers for southern party who have ample outfit for one year and Polar Bear for two years. Plan to contlnuo Northern explorations to 145 West and 82 North if northerly course is secured." Stcfansson's determination to pro ceed with his explorations despite tho loss of tho Karluk, the chief ves sel in his original expedition, shows tho calibre of the man, and his news was received at Ottawa with gratifi cation by officials connected with tho expedition. Tho Polar Bear, engaged by him In place of tho Karluk, is a well known and tried Arctic vessel, and he seems to have gathered supplies for a further stay of two years in tho Arctic game. tianey lsianu, irom wmcn aienan sson's message is dated, is east of the mouth of the Mackenzie river, to ward Banks land, and lies in latitude 70 north longitude 127 west. Tho coast of Bailey island, which is sep nrted from Cape Bathhurt by a nar row chnnncl is so flat that there are few boats that have reached there and those which have ventured there have had to anchor nearly a mile from tho beach. Capt. Pullcn camped there in 1850, trying to get around Capo Bathhurst, but ho was unable to do so on account of the ice, which was piled on the island and in the channel. Mrs. H. E. Biggs and Master Will iam Biggs are returning home on the City of Seattle, from a visit to the San Francisco fair. FRESH SHELL FISH. We have fresh oysters and crabs arriving daily and aro ready to deliv er oyster cocktails to any address. Or ders may bo left with the meat mar kets and groceries. We open oysters while you wait. Come and see us. Try our cocktails, they are not too strongly seasoned. GrafT Company, cor Franklin and Front Sts. Phone 206. 9-13-tf. Rough Dry?55c per doz. Flat Work?50c per doz. THANE STEAM LAUNDRY Phone 175 7-28-tf ??????????????????????MM < ? Eastern, Corn Fed <> Fresh Meat I; o HHaMJH??WW?? , , ? ' > i > < ? Home Killed Chickens '; AND o Fresh Home Made Sausage J [ Every Day \ J Independent Market:: JULIUS RHEJNBEKGER. Prep. ! ! PHONE 119 o <> TOE MECCA Quality and Service Oar M Motto fit UUNBAC DEPOT FOR MECCA FIZZ We Carry Stampa Open Urf.il 12 p. m. A. P. Bx., Photos, c c&pGE Wholesale 8 Retail. AtL tosceowSsmplei 2 for 5 cento. 25 cento l>cr c'osfn 10 cento each. 4 for 26 cento. 20 for $1.00 ENLARGEMENTMADE FROM ALLVJEWS ALASKA POSTAL BXCQANGB, 227 Seward Auto For Hire g SEVEN PASSENGER CARS | TRIPS TO GLACIER Day Phone 250 Night Phone 1306 H J. M. OUSBY. H Teacher ol Dunninf Special Attrotioo given to Syitwn Technione Mrs. Sigurd J. E. Wallstedt Teacher of Piano Pupil ol Rubenrtien't School 315 Cold 5lrrd ol Technique Juneau Nu Bone Corset | ? Miss and Mrs S. Zenger ? 1 JUNEAO CORSETIERES | Fitting In your own homo. A perfect (It D la guaranteed. For appointmcnto Phone ? 136. Addrcsa 2SS Main Street. B MADE IN JUNEAU Concrete Dry and Watertight Floors and Cel lar*. Concrete plain and ornamental Walla and Fen era. Concrete ribbed or travel finish ed Sldcwulks and Stepa. AH work guaranteed. ESTIMATES AND PLANS FREE. H. D. BOURCY, Box 344 Contractor J.h*McKannaTransfer FREIGHT?COAL?BAQOAGE SADDLE nORSES FOR RENT Light and Heary Hauling of all Kinds Office 127-129 Front St, phon6 55 The Style Note in ? Stetson Fall Hats L&y AND now again the approaching Autumn hints crisply?"Felt Hat!" Gome see the new Fall Hats? Stetsons?Soft Hats, regular Der bies, Self-conforming Derbies. Men in the know show a de cided liking for Derbies and the more formal effects in Soft Hats, such as the Pearl Gray with Black band. In the matter of block, crowns are rather more tapering than heretofore?there is considerable emphasis on the curl of the brim, and a dip both front and back, or front only. mmmmsam* ?> i?111 11 ??ws&gasmsammm The Last Word in ! HATS! ?= ALASKA TREADWELL GOLD MINING COMPANY Mercantile Dept. " OF COURSE \ If You're Looking for the rTTJIJ r\ A CJTIIVII? A Fl Best Hotel. You're Looking for 1 Hti uAMlBMU Hot and cold water, phone, large clothes closets each room. Just around the corner from every place of Importance. r-r~: : - - -r,;-.-- .yJv..Tr.r-Tg-,.-^I ' Cold Weather is Coming ! YOU BETTER COME IN AND LET US FIT YOU TO A NEW MACKINAW OR OVER- < COAT ? WE HAVE A NEW AND COMPLETE LINE. GOING TRAVELING? WE HAVE A GREAT BIG STOCK OF NEW GRIPS, HAND BAGS AND SUIT CASES I AT REASONABLE PRICES. H. J. Raymond Co. ^ Phone 28 [ wassamsss--.:----: t:I inn illinium mill iimim lliiijB."