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? + * HOSPITAL NOTES + ? ? ??++?+++*???++*? John Johnson, a laborer at the Per severance mine, ts In the hospital suf fering from a severe attack of rheu matism. He is under the care of Dr. L. O. Sloane. Dennis Haractinus. a laborer em ployed by the Alaska Gastineau Co. Is in the hospital with a very severe cold. The man has been threatened with pneumonia but is reported out of danger today. He is under Dr. Sloane's care. Alfred Hermanson is in the hospital suffering from rheumatism. Herman son is a laborer at Thane. Peter Anderson of Thano under went a slight operation performod by Dr. H. C. DeVIghne this morning and is reported as resting quietly. Herbert Gooding of Thane Is 111 at | St. Ann's as the result of a severe cold contracted while at work in the Sheep : Creek basin. ???. JUNEAU MUSIC HOUSE 214 Seward St. Look Us Up ? You Need Us ? ? * Personal Mention * * ? <"<? + ??)? + + + * + + ? + ???? James Cannon, 'a well known pros pector of William Henry Bay, 13 In Juneau, having arrived yestorday on the Georgia. F. J. Wottrlck expects to leave for Seattle, on one of tho next boats. Mrs. Wettrick preceded him to tho Sound two weeks ago. They will rosido in Seattle this winter. Jack Hightower returned yesterday from Jnalln, and left today on the Al Ki for Los Angeles, where he will re main until the Spring. Mrs. Milton Winn returned on the Jefferson this morning from Portland, where she has been visiting friends and relatives for several monthB. Manager Mark P. Goodman, of tho Alaskan hotel, expects to leave on tho Alameda for California, for a vaca tion. Collector of Customs J. F. Pugh and family arc expected to arrive tonight on the steamship Prlncoss Sophia, from Vancouver. Miss Rachel Drumm. who has been the guc9t of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Townsend for several weeks, expects to leave Thursday morning for her home in Walla Walla, Wash. She is tho daughter of the warden of tho Washington State penitentiary, who is a former Alaskan. John Stewart, of Denvor, is a guest at tho New Cain hotel. John Kennedy returned yesterday from Skagway, whero ho visited his brother. Mayor James Kennedy. Ho leaves tonight for Sitka, to spend a few weeks. + * ? MARINE NOTES + * ? Tho Senator reached the powder dock at Treadwell at 5 o'clock this morning. Sho will sail south Thurs day or Friday, carrying passengers. Tho Admiral Evans Is due at 9:00 o'clock tonight from Soattle. The Jefferson arrived this morning from Seattle and will sail south tomor row evening. The Jefferson arrived this morning from Seattle and will sail south to morrow evening. The Alameda was leaving Valdez at 6 o'clock last evening, southbound. She will load ore at Cordova, and Is expected here Thursday. The Humboldt Is duo Friday after noon from Seattle. The Princess Sophia Is expected to arrive tonight from tho South. Tho Admiral Farragut Is due to ar rive at 12 o'clock tonight from Sew ard, on her way 60Uth. Tho Georgia sails tonight at 12 o'clock for Sitka and way ports. +*++**+++++++?++ + ? ? COURTHOUSE NOTES * ? + a 4.+..}. +. + + + + 4. + + + 4 + + + + Lott Must Answer. According to a decision rendered by Judge Robert W. Jennings this morning, Harry Lott. one of the de fendants In the case or Goldstein ot al against Nelson, Ix>tt et al. In con nection with which Lott refused to answer certain questions put to him before a notary at the time of taking of his deposition. Lott will be obliged to answer the questions. This decision was rendered In re sponse to a motion put by the plain tiff's attorney John Rustgard, request ing that an ordor bo issued citing Lott to appear for contempt of court for his refusal to answer the ques tions. Suit has been filed In the Commis sioner's court by Dave Housel against John Lecrolx, alias P. S. Ohman. ask ing a judgment for $611.14 and Inter est, alleged to be due and unpaid. Hellenthal & Hollenthal represent the plaintiff. Suit has been filed by Nick Roco vlch against Mike Boscovlch to recov er $116 claimed to be due on a loan. Petition lias been filed by Mrs. Mar ie H. Franks nee Hansen, requesting her share of the estate of Hans P. Hansen, deceased, and setting forth that she Is the oldest child of said Hansen Restraining Order. A restraining order has been Issued by Judge Robert W. Jennings in the case of the Alaska Mexican Mine Co. against Victor von Arx and Harry A. Bishop. This matter Is involved with a suit filed by Victor von Arx against J. Bozich in connection with tho Omega lode claim. Bozich had leased this claim from the mining company, under a non-transferrable lease, and through the Issuance of a judgment against him in the suit brought by von Arx this claim was ordered sold by tho U. S. marshal. Tho mining company claims that it is tho owner of tho claim and that therefore the sale cannot be consum mated. Charles C. Johns, Deputy collector of internal revenue, leaves tonight on the Georgia for Sitka. Mr. John3 op erates from tho Tacoma office, which has jurisdiction over Alaska revenue matters. JUNEAU MUSIC HOUSE 214 Seward St. Look Us Up ? You Need Us You are known by the statlonory you use. Among the socially well in formed tho use of Crane's Linen Lawn is instantly recognized as a mark of good taste. A very pretty line at C. E. Cartwright's. 29-3t ITOW TO HEAR SECOND SENTENCE Of DEATH IMPOSED O. Itow, a Japanese who wag con victed of the murdor of Frank Dunn, of Toledo, Wash., at the Northwestern Fisheries Company's cannery at Dun das Bay, In 1912, will bo resentenced to death by Judge Robert W. Jen nings In the district court Thursday morning at ten o'clock. A few days ago the mandate was returned from the Circuit Court of Appeals affirming the decision of the lower court some time ago. As the Jury which found Itow guilty fallod to recommend mercy, the court has no alternative than to again Im pose the death sentence. The orig inal sentence of death was made by Judge Potor D. Overfleld nearly throo years ago. At the prosent time the only thread of hope left to the doomed man Is to apply to President Woodrow Wilson for a commutation of sentence from death to life Imprisonment. When he was brought Into the court room this morning under guard of [Deputy Marshal Jas. Manning, itow came with a smile and as he walked across the room bowed in tho quaint fashion of his race to District Attor ney J. A. Smiser and others of tho courthouse officials whom ho recog nized. It is probable that a petition will be made for commutation of the sentence by J. H. Cobb, Row's counsel. RURAL CREDITS CONFERENCE NOW IN SESSION CHICAGO, Nov. 30.?The third an nual National Conference on Market ing and Farm Credits convened in this city yesterday. A rural credits bill to bo introduced in Congress will be prepared and adopted by the con ference. The conference will romaln In session until Thursday evening. Tho call for the conference recited the purposes of the meeting in these words: "Rural credits moans money for tho farmer. "Everyone understands that in a vague, Indefinite sort of way. "But how is tho farmor to get tho . money ho needs?on what terms, what security, what rate of interest and ' for what length of timo? "And why does tho farmer need any special advantages not alroady 4 provided under the prosent banking 4 system? "These questions will be answered at the conference." Throe speakers of International note who will be among the fifty who have c been selected to speak aro Sir Hor- | aco Plunkett. Dublin, Ireland, and Da vid Lubin, Romo, Italy, and former Ambassador Myron T. Herrick. Sir ' Horace Plunkett Is founder and prcsl- r dent of the Irish Agricultural Asso- " elation Socioty, which Is playing an , important part in reconstructing the ' agriculture of Ireland and regenerat- c ing tho Irish farmer. Formerly Sir . Hoaco was minister of tho Department of Agriculture and tooimicot instruc tion for Ireland. He will contrast the Irish argrlcurturc co-operation move ment with the movement in America ] and give his views of what stops ought to be taken to organize American ag riculture. David Lubin is the Ameri- 1 can delegate to the International In stitute of Agriculture, Romo, Italy, , where for several years he has studied j the changes that have taken place In the agricultural methods of European ' countries, particularly tho methods by which the farmer of Europe Is fi nanced. At the conference. Mr. Lu- \ bin will discuss the American Land Owner and his Financial Needs. Ambassador Herrick has made a study of rural credits, and recently | wrote a book on the subject. He has ; been a governor of Ohio,- and served ! as president of the American Bank- ] era' Association. j. ASSEMBLY ACT REDUCING FEES IS ALSO UPHELD That the Territorial Legislature had the right to regulate the filing fees charged by Record's for entering do cuments such as proofs of labor for assessment work and that the law passed by the last legislature is valid, was the decision of Judge Robert W. Jennings announced this morning in the District Court The legislature, it will be remem bered, materially reduced the fees to bo received for recording documents, especially those charged for proofs of labor on association mining claims. Tho matter camo up as the result of a test suit filed by Sam Nowaander against J. B. Marshall, as Recorder for Division No. 1 and overrules ado murror filed by the defendant asking a dismissal of the suit on tho ground that the legislature had violated tho Congressional act in modifying the fees to be charged for recording. J, H. Cobb appeared for the defense, Hellenthal & Hellenthal being retain ed by the plaintiff. FOURTEEN BAGS OF LETTER MAIL ARRIVE Fourteen bulging bags of lotter mail from the States reached tho post ofllce this morning, and the long pos tal famine was formally broken. Postmaster Earle Hunter and his as sistants were busy from early this morning until late today distributing letters. Tho steamship Senator brought eight pouches -of letter mail, which was brought from Treadwell on the ferry Alma, on her flrBt trip. The Jefferson had six more sacks of let ters. It Is said that the steamship Al-Ki was offered Juneau mall 'at Seattle, but for some reason the mail was not brought E. G. Wetzlor, United Statos mall superintendent, is making an official call hero. He arrived last night. Mrs. Alma Magee of Skagway, is a guest at the Gastineau hotel. V * ? Personal Mention * ? + Mrs. S. Short of Cordova is a guest it the Gastineau. G. D. MacDonald and wife of Wrung ill arrived on the Jefferson this nonilng and are staying at the Gas incau. R. L. Putty a Ketchikan mill man ind a member of the school board >f the "First City" is in tho city and i guest at the Gastlheau. R. G. Leforn of the Albcrs Bro3. Hilling Co., arrlvod on the Jefferson ind Is a guest at the Gastineau hotel. THANE ELECTS WULZEN TO BE 8CHOOL DIRECTOR It. J. Wulzen wns elected school dl ?ector at a special election held at Thane yesterday. He rocelvcd 32 rotes. Lawrenco J. Reedy made a :loso race, receiving 1 vote. H. E. Biggs was campaign manager tor Mr. Reody. He says Reedy did as veil as was expected. "Ho received lis own vote," said Mr. Biggs. " ar.d :ame near receiving mine." Bettor try a "Dusty Rhode," that different chocolate, at THE ROLYAT. Taylor Candy Co., Seward street.? ll-30-tf REPAIRS ARE MADE TO DAMAGED WHARF Repairs have been made to the Al aska Juneau dock, a portion of which coUapaed under the weight of 150 tons of coal last Tuesday morning. The repair work was in charge of Ed ward Webster. The coal was not re covered. ALLEGED PEDDLER IS DISMISSED BY COURT Sam Watson, who was arrested yes terday on the charge of supplying li quor to Ed Metjay and Frank Gamble, natives, Sunday night, was dismissed this morning morning by U. S. Com missioner J. B. Marshall. Metjay and Gamble, who wore also given a hearing this morning, wore likewise discharged. JUNEAU MUSIC HOUSE 214 Seward St. Look Us Up ? You Need Us Christmas cards, seals, stickers, boxes and paper at C. E. Cartwrlght's. (11-29-3L) 1 The Modern Way j t is to eliminate the dirt, dust and germs, making the home 3 3 3 3 sanitary and comfortable, by using an 3 3 ii ELECTRIC VACUUM CLEANER | 3! You can run your sewing machine for one-fourth of 3' 3 3 a cent per hour. Life is too short to use up your energy 3 3 in this way when you can secure electric power so cheaply. 3 3 | IRON With ELECTRICITY ]| ? It saves fuel, time and labor. It is cleaner than other fuels, 3! ? and absolutely guarantees an even, regular temperature, 33 ? thus making smoother, better work. ? o ~~ oj : Alaska Electric Light and Power Co. ? _ < ? HIPPODROME RINK 1 Wed. Eve., Dec. 1st Basketball on Skates Swastikas and Hippodromes Admission 10c ?i-M I : I I I M-M I I I I I !? I i i"i I 1 1 1 I 1 ff 1"|'I I't .? (WE'VE GOT IT! :: EVERYTHING in the line of WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS jj f JUNEAU LIQUOR CO.,Inc. | v "The Family Liquor Store" ? Phone 91 ? Free Delivery. *; 4-k:: i! i ii 111111 in 111 ii m m i m m 111111; n 11111 ;!? I GOODMAN Alaskan Hotel BURBACH 11 | ?? Headquarters for COMMERCIAL MEN "" | ! GROCERIES AND I j MEN'S GOODS j ! Alaska-Gastineau Mining Co. ? THANE, ALASKA | New Stock Hard Wheat Flour j The SCANDINAVIAN GROCERY ? General Merchandise j Phone 211. Opp-City Dock. Agts. Peerless Concrete Blocks | *' ' ' i i i 1.1.1 l I M 1 1 i 1- | I I I M I 1 ill l l' l l-i-I M l 1 , ? I I 1'i I t i l l ! I I 11 I t I I i I I 1 HI I"1 1"I"I 1 1 I?!-1-M I-H-t 11111 t-H-h 7 v t | r p The grotto ? j::' c. r. brophy :: y ji ? Distributors of High Class, Double - if. Stamp Whiskey, Wines and Cordials ;; I J:: Olympia and Rainier Beer i ?? x 1;; 95 front street telephone no. 210 i i i*I 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 ? 1 1 1 1 1 111 1 H H i H 1"! Mill! m-r t-l-H i til I 1 1 HI I III I III 11 1 I 1 1 1 I I 11 1 1 I III 1 111 1 1 I 1 1 III II I I I H I r-Heidclberg Liquor Co.-. | J ] ? INCORPORATED ~ I ? ? Lanje.it Stock Beet Brandt ot : Imported and Domestic Liquors >> ^ and Wines for Family Use. ? o tree Concert Every Evening 7 Till 12 | !? Free Deliver)'. Mail Orders a Specialty. Telephone 686 t i f> the house of L.OUVT6 oar good liquors The Famous Waterfill and Freazier Whiskies MOVING PICTURES EVERY EVE. 8 TO 12 O'CLOCK E. S. HOLDEN. MANAGER I IF YOU ARE PARTICULARLY yvJTERESTED IN THE PRICE AND QUALITY OF YOUR BUTTER AND EGGS, YOU WILL CALL AT Gl VANETTI'S. YOU WILL ALSO FIND A SPECIAL PRICE ON DRY GOODS OF ALL KINDS. A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE YOU. PHONE 385 J. M. GIOVANETTI Prompt Servile \ FINE POULTRY "???* Full 1baa frand cured mcu-Gorcmmcnt Try our Wild Rom La* | J Frye-Bruhn Market People Ask Us What ifl the beat laxative? Years o! cxpcricnco in selling all kinds leads as to always recommend !ftexaltg.(9tde'tSie&l as the safest, surest and most satisfac | toiy. Sold only by us, 10 cents. Wm. Srltt, Juneau Elmer E. Smith, Douglas Coatings-Coatings-Coatings All Foreign and Domestic Coatings at a VERY DECIDED CUT IN PRICE Beautiful mixtures of Gray and Black, Red and Green, Brown and Gray, Gray and Green, and Tan, and White Rough Nub Weaves, English Tweeds, Boucles, Bouretts, Heathers, Zibalines and Herringfones. 56-Inch Wide?62.25 Qualities - NOW 61.75 Yard 56-Inch Wide-?62.75 Qualities - NOW 61.95 Yard ? 56-Inch Wide?63.75 Qualities - NOW7 62.65 Yard WOMEN'S COATS! We have selected a line of coats consisting of weaves of Cheviots, Gaberdine, Wool Frieze, Plaids, Checks and Boucle, in shades of black, navy and brown. FORMER VALUES ?20.00, $22.50 and $25.00 SPECIAL AT $10.00 Children's Coats in weaves, Chinchilla, Plush, Broadcloth, Boucles, Cheviots, Tweeds, Velvet, and Zeb alines in shades of black, brown, navy, Copenhagen, gray and red; also in a variety of mixtures and plaids. Ages 3 years to 12years. Regular Prices S4.50, &5.00, &6.00, ft7.00 and Up Sale Price 1-4 Off B. M. BEHRENDS CO. Inc. I > 2 Eastern, Corn Fed o " I l 1 Pga ? ?? 1 ?? O Fresh Meat <> - o* $ Home Killed Chickens ? 4 AND 4 Fresh Hone Made Sausage | Every Day I Independent Market 1 JULIUS UHEINBEKGER. Prop. 1 PHONE 119 ? * SAND AND GRAVEL Ed. M. Kane 111 8eward 8L, Phone 227 Bunker# on Wllloughby Ave. ?I * C. Petlovloh J. R. McNeil Old Kentucky Bar Hotel In Connection 8teem Heated Family Ordere Delivered Free p. O. Box 577, Phone 81 Front 8t. Juneau, Alaeka Latest and best machinery, up-to-date methods, sanitary conditions, prompt and courte ous service. Alaska Steam Laundry .========. O < ' i| Passing a Good || Tiling Along" o < > o To Insure early HOLIDAY purchasing, we have arranged the great- 1! 2 est sale of sundries and novelties ever held by thla pharmacy. <0 Whether for gifts or for your home or use, you will positively save ! > <? by purchasing at ftpx | | ?fr-M-M-M-I-i-H- I"H"! -I- I-f t-I-1 I 1-1-T 1' THE KINYON'S J -- Confections, Lunches, Peanuts ?? II and crisp, buttered pop-corn and jj Hot Drinks ;; 121 seward ST. ;; -P Next Dream Theatre ? ?H I I l"l"i ! -l-l-K I11"l I 'I 'I I11 M l l-I 1 first National Bank OF pVEAn?? j United States Deposits $100,000.00 | Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits over.. 100,000.00 UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY j OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS UNTIL 8:00 O'CLOCK ?" i THE FIRST TERRITORIAL BANK Douglas, Alaska OF ALASKA 26 Front St., Juneau INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS, ^ ,k AND ON TIME DEPOSITS 4 o 1 atw nca?on?bl? Third and Hhn-T* St#KSV7Hhca TheBERGMANN' Newly built and newly furnished, modern In all respects, steam heated, electric lighted, hot an d cold water In every room; bi^h on every floor, Including a shower bath. 8anltary conditions perfect. Dining room In connection. W. A. FERGUSON FMD J. CHAPMAN Ferguson o Chapman SUCCESSOR TO McCLOSKEY I GOOD WHISKEY. GOOD BEER. GOOD TREATMENT DRAUGHT BEER 10c 99 FRONT STREET TELEPHONE 92 ?