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ALASKA DAM EMPIRE
PUBLISHED BY THE EMPIRE PRINTING COMPANY JOHN W. TROY, Bdltor and Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One year, by null. In slT&nce 110.00 Six iponths, by mall, in advance. . 5.00 Per month. delivered ? LOO ? I .... 'ill III ?? ??!?!! I. II I I.. I ??A I Entered as secood-clast matter November 7. 1918, at the poetofflce at Juneau. Alaska, under the Act of March 8. 1879. WILL THEY TELL US? Patrick Henry said that he knew no guide for the future except the experience of the past Will Dele gate James Wlckersham, or the Dispatch tell us in plain words what hope the experience of history holds out for Immediate Statehood for Alaska? Upon what precedent? Upon the experience of what StateT Upon what Congressional procedure in like matters? Then again, will they tell us. if Delegate Wlcker sham admits the need of more powers for the Legisla ture of Alaska in the matter of the game and fisheries questions, and If he would favor a change In the con trol of the Alaska road fund, does he not admit that he does not look for immediate Statehood and that our organic act needs doctoring, pending Statehood? (State hood would operate to give us full control over the game and fisheries and the road fund without further legis lation.) Then will they tell us why we should not. at the same time that we secure the changes that Delegate Wlckersham favors, secure more powers ror our Terri tory in the matter of schools and school funds? Why wo should not levy all of our own taxes f Why we should not provide for their expenditure? Why we should not have control of our Insane and Insane fund? Why we should not control all of our own finances? Why we should not have the power to Incur sufficient Indebted ness to build needed school houses, public service utili ties and other public Improvements. If we should so de sire? Why we should not regualte the liquor traffic? Why we should not have local county governments) In fact, why all the limitations upon the Alaska Legisla ture, that have not been placed upon other Territorial Legislatures In the past, should not be removed? Will they tell us why we should be given Territorial form of government on the installment plan? THAT "DOGGED" FIGHT The "masterly and dogged fight" that Delegate Wickersham made for Territorial government for Alas ka consisted In opposing It up to July 4. 1907. In writing a bill In that year for Delegate Cale providing for a Jointly appointive and elective commission, in introduc ing a bill in 1909 provdlng for a Legislature whose en actments would have to secure the approval of Con gress before becoming effective, In making explanations to members of the House committee on Territories why he placed so many limitations in his bill and in refusing to ask for more local power after President Wilson urged a "full Territorial form of government for the Territory." He even became very angry when told that he would have to strike out the provision that the en actments of the Legislature would be ineffective until approved by Congress and other limitations before he could get the support, of the home rule people of Alaska for his bill, and. up until bis Cordova Interview the other day. he has constantly opposed increasing the measure of oar home rale. PROSPERITY COMING WEST A Seattle dispatch received yesterday says that the Seattle bank deposits are the greatest in the his tory of the city. In spite of that, there is evidence that bank accounts are becoming more active, as the clearing house balances were greater by nearly 20 per cent, in October In Seattle than in the same month the year before. That is a long way from New York's 115 per cent, gain in the same time, but it is evidence that there is great improvement and that the Coast is really get ting into the prosperity game that prevails throughout the East and Middle West. The evidence is emphasized by the fact that Portland and San Francisco showed even greater percentages of gain than Seattle. EXTRAVAGANT The Fairbanks News-Miner, commenting upon the statement that has been printed that Gov. Philip has cut the expenses of government in Wisconsin $4,000, 000, says: "Things like that always happen under Re publican rule." So'.' How much did Gov. Philip's predecessor cut the expenses? He, also, was a Republican. And how much did Gov. McGovern's predecessor in the same of fice cut them? He. too. was a Republican. And so was his predecessor and his predecessor's predecessor. Wis consin must have been spending some money once up on a time. Of course, the fact is that efficiency and honesty In government know nothing of party lines. AS ANSWER The Dispatch has asked The Empire to state an instance where a law of the Alaska Legislature has been held to be yalid. Very well. The question of the validity of Terri torial acts has been raised in the United States District Court at Juneau four times, as follows: 1 The case of Callahan vs. Marshall, involving the validity of the poll tax law. Judge Fred M. Brown held the law to be valid, but the Circuit Court of Appeals reversed the decision, holding the law to be Invalid. 2. The case of Sulzer, et, al., vs. Smith, as Terri torial treasurer, the forest reserve suit. Judge Robert W. Jennings held the act to be valid. 3. The case of the Territory vs. the Hoonah Pack ing company, involving the legality of the fish trap li cense tax. Judge Jennings held the act to be valid. 4. The act reducing the offense of selling liquor to Indions from a felony to a misdemeanor was involved in recent criminal proceedings, and Judge Jennings held the act to be Invalid. Other courts have held other acts to be valid. It Is true that a great many of the statutes have been held by various authorities to be Invalid. In prac tically every instance where the laws have failed it has been due to a limitation in the Territorial organic act. And this suggests the question: Why were limita tions placed n the organic act if it were the intention that laws conflicting with them should be valid in spite of them? If it is desired that all the acts of the Legislature should be held to be valid, why not remove the limitations which restrict the powers of the Legis lature? When Delegate Wlckorabom announced at Cordova that he would attempt to secure more powers for the Alaska Legislature It was tantamount to an admission that we cannot get Immediate atatehood. Otherwise, we would not need the additional powers for tho Ter ritorial Legislature. Then, why not ask to have all ol tho organic act limitations cut out, and lot us have full Territorial government, such as the other Terri tories had, while we are waiting for Statehood. Tho only explanation is that the Delegate now as always Is opposed to self-government There Is not a sane business man In Juneau or else where in Alaska who does not know that ono of the most necessary things for the development of this com munity or others in Alaska Is moro local authority in matter of government Juneau has reached a point In her development where It Is all but an absolutely nec essity. The election on tho question of extending tho lim its of Juneau to take In the whole town has boon set for December 20th. The voto should be unanimous for a bigger and better Juneau. Juneau needs the new citi zens. and the people on tho outskirta of the growing city need Juneau. Commissioner (Govornor) Black, of Yukon Terri tory, has started oat to raise 260 men in Dawson for service^ In the war. Ho says Ynkon Territory should contribute that many toward the new army that Can ada is raising to lncreaao her forco to 260,000. A white man has just been lynched In Mississippi. Variety Is the spice of life. ANCHORAGE HOPEFUL FOR NEXT YEAR (Anchorage Pioneer.) Should the National Congress soon to convene ap propriate the sum of nlqe million dollars?the amount that will be asked for by Secretary of tbe Interior Lane ?for continuation of construction work on the Alaska government railway project, there will be a boom In Anchorage. Why? you may uiCJlre. Given such ai amount the Alaska Engineering Commission will hare on Its payrolls between four thou sand and five thousand men. Perhaps three-fourths of the railway employes will receive their pay checks at Anchorage?that is to say. this point will be tho head quarters or administration office, for tbe big force that will be employed between here and tho Matanuska fields, for It Is well understood that the coal line will j be completed and placed in operation before any con siderable construction will be undertaken on the main interior line. We believe this to be a fair statement of the- case. In the light of Information now available. If betwoen 3,000 and 4,000 men are employed in active railway con struction in this division of railway work. It requires no vivid Imagination or gift of prophecy to predict that Anchorage wll be the mecca for thousands of people in the States or in other parts of Alaska. One enthusiastic Anchorage man recently wagered several hats that this town would have a population of twenty thousand by October, 1916. Frankly speaking, wc do not expect that our permanent population will be augumentcd to this extent in one short year. We should not be at all surprised, however. If a census taken a year hence would reveal the presence of five thousand permanent inhabitants. And we do not believe we will be far off the mark when we say that ten thousand people will come to Anchorage next year. Many of these argonauts will go to the Matanuska country, while, or course, some will return from whence they came. Many will remain in Anchorage. Much depends on the nlno million. And. if, soon after the new year, you so? a telegram published in thse columns, announcing that this amount has been appropriated for railway work, begin to frame up for good times. WOMEN IN POLITICAL ADVERSITY (New York World) New York Women Suffragists accept defeat like veterans and thereby prove their capacltly for political affairs. Instead of despair, they exhibit confidence and courage. A woman beaten at the polls who can smile and tell what she is going to do at the next election has acquired one of the most important lessons of free government For many years old campaigners of the male per suasion have been sorely disturbed at times by the ex hubereiice of immature representatives of their sex who entered politcs by inspiration or accident It is not easy to go crazy during the mouths of July, August, September and October, with symptoms of progressive minia and paranoia, and then, in the twinkling of an eye, on the night of election day, be restored to com plete sanity. Several generations of men havo mastered this problem, but imperfectly. The brass bands, the monoy, the newspapers, the circulars, the parades, the meetings the banners, and above all else the promises, get into the blood, and actual figures in November, if dismal, are likely to be rejected on the theory that in the very na ture of things they cannot be true. Wise men disappointed at the polls go quickly into retirement, partly for rest and partly for stragetlc rea sons. Popular verdicts cannot be questioned, but there are details of every political struggle that have to be examined. Here the enemy delivered an unexpeted blow. Their supposed friends proved false. Nothing but recreation and reflection enables the vanquished to renew hope In mankind, in the perpetuity of free insti tutions and in the possibilities of another year. When women adopt philosophically the greatest principle of popular government, which is the accep tance of majority rule, with only the mental reservation that next time they will make the present majority look like the White Republican party in Texas or the Demo cratic Party in Vermont, they breve done much to Justi fy faith in their political future. TIME AND MONEY AT SKAGWAY (Skagway Alaskan.) It you ask the U. S. cable office at 11 o'clock sharp any morning, what the correct time Is, you will be In formed that It Is EL EVE .N Ask the dispatcher at the W. P. and you will find that It Is six minutes after tho hour. The Homo Power company will Inform you that the W. P. Is one minute fast, as the correct time is 11:05. Ring up the Skagway laundry and you will find that the cable Is Blow, for the correct time Is just 11:06%. Mr. Ikuta regulates the time, for he has the cable time to tho second, while Kirmse's chronometer leads the cable time by one min ute. .And still the knocker says that we have bard times at Skagway. You know and we know that time is money, and If that is a fact, Skagway has all ktndB of time. What's the answer! Philadelphia Is now said to be out of the race for the National conventions, but then Philadelphia was never very far In. It is Chicago that St Louis must watch.?(St. Louis Republic.) The chances are ten to one that within two weeks The Colonel will be writing magazine articles telling how he defeated the Constitution by 400,000 majority.? (New York World.) There la a report that the forestry headquarters are to be removed from Cordova to- the Westward. Why not the Chugach reserve? We have no need for It.? (Cordova Times.) THE BEST EVIDENCE OF OUR CONTINUAL AND RAPID GROWTH IS THE GREAT NUMBER OF SATIS FIED CUSTOMERS WHO ARE DOING BUSINESS WITH * i ? THE B. M. BEHRENDS BAM JUNEAU, ALASKA ??- I 1 ? 11 ?I 11 11 I 11 1 I 1 I I H 8 I 1 11 ? Time to Warm Up ;; | J Winter Is here? !! ? ? Build a cozy Are of ? ? ;; Ladysmith or C A A I ; '' South Prairie v ri L ? ? ? > They are the best. | J They make lots of heat and J' ?? little cinder and ash. <> ;; phone 48 ;; ;; JUNEAC TRANSFER GO. ;;! in 111111111 ii 1111111111 il ? +! + QUAKER QUIP8 ? ? ? * + * + + * + : (Philadelphia Record) It Is more blessed to give than to receive tho things you don't want. Fame demonstrates that even tho mantlo of greatness may become threadbare. There seems to bo qulto a differ* ence between a rare man and one who is simply raw. No follow can expect to win a girl by giving tho impression that she is being raffled off. Many a girl In musical comedy who has a beautiful soprano voice falls | because she can't kick as high as sho can sing. ? * I I names is names \k ? I (Cincinnati Enquirer.) Recent applicants for membership in the Names Is Names Club are: Stout Dick, of Paris, Ky.,; Miles A. Field, of Circleville, 0.; Vera Crui9e, of Nel80nvillo, O.: Moore Bull, of Johnstown, Pa.; Frank Slept, of Al toona, Pa., and Tyacinth Mudd, of Springfield, Ky.,; Miss Ona Nickel of Bloomlngdalc, Ind., and Sallie Sllknlt ter of Tower Hill, 111. Of Course There Is a certain dear old lady who owns a little farm and takes a few boarders In summer. Recently an anxious young mother, who has been industriously delving - into medical literature of late, in- r quired of the old lady whether or not the milk served at her table was Pasteurized. "Of course!" was the old lady's In- _ dlgnant reply. "Don't we keep all the cows we've got in tho pasture all = summer long."?(Chicago Herald.) "Never More" The landlady of a well-known board- tl Ing house always made a point of a asking departing guests to write a 2 few lines in her visitors' book. She was very proud of it?of some of tho people whose names were in the vol ume and the nice things they said. ? "But there's one thing I can't un derstand." the lady confided to an old friend, "and that is what an Amori- _ can gentleman put in tho book after stopping here. People always smilo - when they read it" "What was it." queried the other. ?] "He wrote only the words, "Quoth r< the raven!"?(Tid-Bits.) u p Correct - "That blamed grocer of mine Is Q nothing but a highwayman," com- E plaine d Smith. "Ho gives short S weight and short measure." h "Then you mean that he is a 'low- - welghman, don't you," asked Brown. ?(Chicago Herald.) "EMPIRE" DEVELOPMENT 0 NUMBER P A few copies of tho Development Number of the Alaska Doily Emplro 1' remain unsold. Tho number containis 40 pages descriptive of Jvneau and h other parts of Alaska. The articles p are by experts, and are profusoly il- - lustrafed. Tho best thing on this sec tion of the country ever published. o Price 25 cents. (10 12 tf I MR, MERCHANT, If I could step into your place of business and show you how to mako money, by teaching you new methods of Selling Your Goods, you would welcome both me and my advice. Would you not? Now, while you may have not thought of It. you witness every day the unquestionable Efficiency of Advertising as a means of selling merchan dise. Tho magazines on your library tablo are full of adver tising, somo of which costs thousands of dollars per page. The great daily newspapers, you see every day, contain page after page of expensive adver tising. It Must Pay You live In a world of adver tising. You Bee it upon bill boards, the walls of bouses, Btgns and placards. You see It printed on calendars, pictures, programs, purses, pencils, note books, knives, button hooks, and hundreds of other novelties. You receive it through the malls as post cards, letters or circu lars. You see it upon drinking cups and lunch boxes, in fact there Is nothing you can do and no direction In which you can turn without coming In contact with advertising. The Successful Merchant Advertises? the unsncccssful merchant does not. Thero are no exceptions to this rule. Look about yon and draw yonr own compari sons. Observe tho merchant who has tho largest store, and tho most property In any town, he advertises. Observe the great department stores and mail order houses. They adver tise, somo of them spending Millions of Dollars per year for advertising, without which, their business would fall In a single season. They get business out of your own com munity by advertising, which proves that advertising would pay you if properly and syste matically done. Try It In THE EMPIRE Classified Advertisements PHYSICIANS and SURGEONS. Dr. Bovla, phono 1172. 11-16-tf.) STOVES AND REPAIR8 _ Try our stovee and heaters; Bee le prices. We exchange and repair ny stove. 114 Front Street. Phone .7.3. ????? BAKERIE8 PEERLESS BAKERY ? Our motto: Quality First." Insist on Peerless read. It is worth the monoy ? 125 ront St., phone 222. 10-l-6m 8HOE MAKER8. CITY DOCK SHOE SHOP?Expert hoe maker, shoes of all kinds neatly spalrcd, only first class matorlal sed; work called for and dollvered, hone 294. 6m. IUICK SHOE REPAIRING?L. Teppa Xpert Shoe Repairing, 174 Front treet Complete line of men's work lg shoes. 11-4-lm WANTED? Miscellaneous WANTED?General housework by xperlenced girl. Juneau Apartments hone 268. ll-18-3t WANTED?Position by woman as 00k. Enquire Orphoum Hotel. ll-19tf -POSITION WANTED ? General ousework, in city or out of town, hono 146, or address X, Empire. (15tf The Empire will ma"e advertising ontracta subject to pr.-m of largest rcutatlon of any newspano, In Alaska. HEATERS Just received a New and Complete Line Round Oak and Economy Heaters. We offer you an assortment of Fif teen Different Styles and Sizes. A look at our stock will convince you of their superiority. :) * ? C. W. YOUNG COMPANY I Classified Advertisements MONEY LOANED on personal property, diamonds, jew elry, notes and bonds. All buslnoss strictly confidential. J. Plant, broker and Jeweler, 64 Front St. 9-2-tf) HOME HAND LAUNDRY WANTED?By home hand laundry, colored, gents' fine flannels and neg ligee shirts; also few bundles. Mrs. Anna Patterson, 332 3rd, cor Gold.? ?(11-2-lm.) ROOMS FOR RENT i i CLEAN, Well ventllrted rooms?the i best In Junean; 26c, 26c, and 60c. at tho Central Rooming Honse, Front Street. tf. FOR RENT?Comfortable furnlsh ' ed rooms. Also light housekeeping rooms. St George House, 621 E. Sixth Street 11-9-15 FOR RENT ? Comfortably furnish ed room. Apply Mrs. Pettlngell, 340 Franklin St. _ lW-tf FURNISHED room for Rent. 114 Main. 11-20-lwk. FOR RENT?Nicely furnished room steam heat; hot bath any time. $20.00 for one person or $25.00 for two. Ad dress P. O. Box 473. 11-6-tf. SPECIAL WINTER RATES? Best rooms In Juneau, steam heated, hot and cold water In every room. Strict ly up to date. Come and soe them. Orpheum Building. 10 20 lm. FOR RENT ? Newly furnished housekeeping rooms $8.00 and $10.00 per month. Seavlew apartments. ~ L i i rr ? ins HOU8E8 AND FLAT8 FOR RENT FOR RENT. 2 and 3 room furnlBher housekeeping suites; reasonable, "The cosy corner of Juneau." Cliff Apart mente, near court house. 2-1-Im FOR RENT ? 3-room flats with bath. Inquire 320' Seward St. F. J. Wettrlck. 10-18-*f FOR RENT?Four-room house, well . furnished, with bath and basemont; $40.00 month; address F. D. Empire. ?ll-19-2t.) SINGLE AND 2-ROOM steam-heat od apartments, at the Aloxander ap artments. 'Phone 228. New manage ment Mrs. J. K. McLean. tt r Sleeping rooms, 50c, one or two men ?also housekeeping rooms, reasona bio, 335 Franklin 8t 10,l,tf HOUSE for rent, Mra. M. J. Davis tf POR 8ALE?Miscellaneous H SAFE?Fire and burglar proof safe for sale cheap. In fine condition: good as new; on terms It you wish. Call and see same at Mendham ft Osfrotn. 90 Front Street 9-17-tf. FOR SALE?A bargain. One com bination wood and coal heater, near- ^ ly new; has tho mica panels on feed- ^ ing door, size about 3 feet high and , 1% feet wide. Inquire of Carl Bohlln. 4 Tracy House, on 2nd St Douglas. . ?(ll-20-3t) A SAFE?Fire proof safe for sale * cheap. In first class condition. Terms 1 If you wish. Can bo seen and all In- '' formation at W. H. Case Curio Store, 4 Juneau, Alaska. 9-lC-tf. FOR SALE?New wire cot?and mattress. Phone 323. 11-19-2L . i APPLES, all brandB, one day only, ? $1.15 per box. Selected Yakima Gem potatoes, $1.65 per sack. Yakima kiln >1 dried onion, $2.00 per sack. Carrots j beets and rutabagas, lemons, best so- -f lccted, $5.00 per case. Sweet pots' 3 toes, 6 lbs. 25c. Harrlgan, Alaska Fruit 7 ft Produce Co., 122 Front St., phono 144 1 RE8TAURANT8 AND CAFE8 | OWL CAFE open day and night Best meals in town. Chop Suey and Noodles, Chinese style. 187 Front St 9-9-6m Boat home cooked meals at Circle City Dining Room. 11-8-tf CITY RESTAURANT. Cihop Suey and Chinese Noodles, sent anywhere In the city on apodal order. Board with room $1.00 per day. Phono 337. 9-9-?m. 8EATTLE RESTAURANT ? Chop Suey and Chinese NToodte? sent out on special orders. Prompt, quick ser vice. Box scats for ladles. 58 Front St Phone 3-4-3. PLUMBING AND HEATING Sanitary plumbing, heating and shoot metal work. Jobbing at reas onable prices; always to your satis faction. Carl Dellca. 114 Front 9L 'Phono 2-7;S. ???? AUTO REPAIR8. U-AUTO REPAIR and vulcanize at the Juneau Garage. We do night and day work. Wllloughby Avenue, phone 262. G. EL Collins Propr. 6m _ pUBL'C STENOGRAPHERS The best work can be obtained by calling the "REMINGTON" public stenographer. All work given careful attention. 10,7,6m Mrs. Elizabeth C. Hazelton, public stenographer. 421 Goldstein Bldg., res idence, No. 16 Cliff Apts., residence ~ phone 209. ll-4-6m TYPEWRITERS AND REPAIR8 We always advance but never re treat Machines sold on easy termtf to WRITER CO. 10-7-6m WRITER CO. 10.7.16 | TYPEWRITER SUPPLIE8 We make our own typewriter sujf! piles. Therefore they are the best that money can buy. REMINGTON TYPEWRITER CO. 19,7,6m. FA8HIONABLE DRESSMAKING * All of the latest and most artistic I designs. Thoroughly experienced and competent dressmaker. Mrs. M. Has- J lam, room 12, Moloney Bldg. Phone, 341. 9-10-6m y "All the News Aft the Time." 1 Classified Advertisements TURKI8H BATHS HILLSIDE BATI1 HOUSE?Needle. . steam, shower and tab baths, Turkish baths, dry heat and steam beat, 208 Front St., phone, 298. 11-16-tf. CITY BATHS. Steam, shower, tub and Turklch baths. Emma E. Burke, proprietress, 3B9 Front Street, phono , 316. 11-15-tf DYEING AND CLEANING YOU HAVE tried the rest, now try the best. For French dry cleaning, steam cleaning, dyeing and pressing. Capital Dye Works, phone 177. 19-tf The Natural Body Shape. Is pressed Into every garment It we handle It. It's the Hoffman way of do ing It. You should keep your clothes well pressed. You'd fool better. The Renovatory, Moon Bros., phone 394. PROFESSIONAL. :;:=? u Dr. Melville G. Evans Rooms 431*433 Goldstein Bldg. Office Phone 150 Re,. Phone 1402 William Pallister, M. D., Specialist In the treatment of diseases and doformltlea of the eyo and ear. nose and throat Offleet. fourth Floor. Goldstein Building Oflico Phone 160. Glasses Pitted. MR8. A. O. GROVE Red Cro<> Gradiwtft-"N,ijr8o Surgical Medical OBStcRlcal Cases cared for at your home. 166 E. 6th 8t., Phone 1403 f ? i Dr. E. H. Kaser i: 1DENTIST o L 1 and 3 Goldstein Building J t ? Phone M. ,, \ Hoars, 9 n. m. to 9 o. m. 4 MISS ALBRECHT OSTEOPATH Swedish Manage. Mod leal Gymnastics. Ex pert treatment *lven in all casca requiring massage, diet and mechanical therapeutics. Booms 410 Goldstein Building. Phone 282 DE. H. VANCE OSTEOPATH 5 and 6 Mnlony Bldg., phone 295 Hour* 9 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Any Broken Spectacle Lense duplicated and fitted tor fl.50, mado by best lenso makers, no matter what you paid tor your glasses originally. L J. SHARICK Jeweler and Optician h ? ? OR. LEONARD P. DAWES + ? Surgeon and Physician + ? Office First Nat Bk. Bldg. ? ? Hours 10 to 13 m; 1 to 4 4 ' and 7 to 9 p. m. 4 ? Pbone 2602; Res. 2603 4 + t + H + + t + + | " f DR. Q. C. MAULE Dentist Third SL, Douglas, Alaska | Tel. 16, Hours 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. + -i i m 111111 m 1111111111 :wh ite & Jennei DENTISTS T ? Rooms 8, 9,10, Valentine Bldg PHONE 176 !! , Thos. H. White. Ter. Hoard. License No. 9 .. . Cha?. P. Jcnne, Ter. Board, Llccnao No. 8 4* HI 1 !! 1 111 1 1 111 1 1 H M 1 111 G. K. GILBERT PLUMBING and SHEET METAL WORKS 114 Second St., Phono 352 BIbrgmannpiningroom ' New Management-- Belter Thai Brer BREAKFAST 6:00 a. m. to lltOO a. a. LUNCH-- 12:00 j. m. to 140 p. >. DINNER - - S40 p. a. to 7,00 p. >. RATES S1.00 A DAY Bergniann Hotel Dining Room FRANK. GEURTCG. Manager Nu Bone Corset ? Miss and Mrs S. Zenoer ? JDNBAD C0RSETIER:ES Fitting In your own home. A perfect fit in guaranteed. For appointment* Phono 1 ;il> AjJtirena 288 Main Street. -> MADE IN JUNEAU ~ Concrete Dry and Watertight Floor* and Cel lar*. Concrete plain and ornamental Wall* and Fence*. Concrete ribbed or travel finish ed Sidewalk* and Stop*. All work guaranteed. ESTIMATES AMD PLANS FREE. H. D. BOURCY, I Ro? 3*' Contractor I Jh|McKannaTransfer FREIGHT?COAL ?BAGGAGE SADDLE HORSES FOR RENT Light and Henry Hauling of all Kinds Office 127-129 Front St., phone 66 CHIMNEYS OntbloLock- Fire-Proof- Clinker- Concrete Chimney. (NOT CINDER OR COKE.) 12x12 In. Floe 6x6 in. Sixes 12x14 In. " 6x6 In. 14x14 In. " 8x8 in. Concrete Products Mfg. Co. JN?MClcrtricLlgh^Pj?JJL?? Piano Tuner GEORGE ANDERSON. Expert. Twenty ears experience. Factory representative for Ugh Grado Pianos and Player Pianoa. Addrete lox 991. Phone 148.