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ALASKA DAILY EMPIRE'
PUBLISHED BT THE EMPIRE PRINTING COMPANY
JOHN W. TPOY, Editor and Manager
SUBSCRIPTION RATES:
One year, by mall. Is advance $10.00
^lx months, by mall In advance. 5.00
Her month, delivered 1.00
Entered as second-class matter November 7. 1012,
*t the postoftlce at Juneau. Alaska, nnder the Act of
March 3, 1879.
MEXICO ADDS TO HER TROUBLES
The killing o( seventeen Americans by order of a
Mexican bandit, said to be an officer of Villa's staff. Is
added proof of the chaotic conditions that have prevailed
in Mexico for the past four years. The crime, howover.
can hardly be charge to the Mexican people, or to the
the government of Carranza. It was the vengeance of
a bandit and brigand in retaliation, do doubt, for the
recognition of Carranza by the American government,
i.nd a- such !t must be viewed. However. Carranza's
government must be held responsible for tho outrage.
;ind he will probably make prompt compliance with our
government's demand that the murderers be punished,
and such reparation made as Is possible.
Mexico needs a strong man at the head of its gov
' rcment. and until another of the commanding ability
of Porflrio Diaz shall appear, a state of chaos and anar
chy is likely to continue. Such a man as Diaz Is yet to
be fouud. For the past four years or more Mexico has
been riven by internecine wars, strife, discord, rebellions
nnd counter-rebellions, at the whim of self-appointed
generals and alleged statesmen, not one of whom has
seemed to possess more than a mediocre ability, save [
.is guerrilla leaders.
...
Mexico Is not yet completely civuizea. as a maucr i
of fact, if there be any such thing as complete civiliza
tion. If she were, a sthble government could bo orga-;
r ized and maintained without a continuous spilling of
he blood of her own people and that of other nationals
:i her country. If we are to bolleve Prescott's "Conquest
of Mexico." the civilization of that country in 1519 was
' a much superior order than it is today. However, the
South American Republics only achieved something ap-:
proximating stable government through repeated revo
lutions lasting more than half a century after they had
-ecured independence from Spain. These continuous
revolutions entailed u sacrifice of many lives and the
' -tructlon of property. If left alone, Mexico will, in
course of time, work out her own destiny, but, no doubt,
at a tremendous sacrifice of blood and treasure.. Other
nations have come up through such tribulations; and
Mexico has the advantage of being our southern neigh
bor?an advantage which does not seem to be apprcciat
! by her people, although many American citizens have
profited by it. The armed intervent'on of the United
States in Mexico, should only be considered as a last
resort: and that may come unless Carranza is a stronger
man than he now appears to be.
BERING RIVER COAL FIELD DEVELOPMENT
A Seattle dispatch published in The Empire ot yes
terday. carried the news that a Seattle corporation pro
poses to develop a 1160-acre coal claim in the Bering
River coa! field, patent to which was granted recently.
The*Vompany, it is announced, will also build a railroad
from the coal mino to tidewater and erect bunkers to
handle its mined product. All of this is cheerful news.
Ber'ng River coal has been pronounced by experts to
be of excellent quality and suitable for domestic, coking
and Industrial purposes.
Alaska needs smelters for the treatment of its copper
pnd other smelting ores, and these will be provided, with
out doubt, whenever a sufficient supply of coal and coke
can be had. Both will be afforded by the opening of the
Bering River and Matanuska coal fields.
AUSTRIA'S TECHNICALITIES
The matters dealt with In the Austrian note are purely
technical. Who would imagine from a superficial read
lug that American citizens had been murdered on the
high seas? There are a certain number of moves to be
made In the diplomatic game before the real play com
lences. That will begin when Austr'a has been brought
lace to face with the question which Is worth more?the
"right" to murder American citizens in transit in mer
chant vessels, or friendly relation with the United States.
WcVlll wait with what patience wo can command until
that point is reached. The art of swift and direct nego
tiation through plain speeech is unknown to the diplomats
of Europe.
The present demand for intervention in Mexico is
more Justifiable than any previous pressure for action.
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But la It really Imperative? Secretary Lansing has made
the Issue clear according to telegraphic dispatches re
ceived by The Empire. The Secretary of State says his
department took every possible precaution to prevont
Americans from exposing their lives In regions where
Mexican guerilla warfare was In progress. Tho warning
was not heeded and tho blunderers paid with their lives.
Americans must remember that Carranza s doing tho
best that he can, but with Villa and his hundreds of
imitators In acts of vandalism and murder, even the
United States must recognize the fact that pacification
and absolute control, is yet far from being In Its first
signal round.
An Eastern manufacturing concern sent a message
of cheer to tho thirsty of Seattle on January 1, through
a paid advertisement telegrnphed to a Seattle newspaper,
j which assured (hem that McDash's Bitters were immune
from the operation of the State's prohibitory law, and
were being manufactured In constantly Increasing quan
tities at the old stand. What a relief this message must
have been to the Seatle folks who like their dally "blt
i ters."
To a man who has no axe to grind, It would appear
that tho sooner Juneau owns Its own water system, the
better will It be for the pople. Ther<> should be no pri
vate monopoly of any city's water.
The Alaska-Juneau Mining Company's big new mill,
work on which will be actively commenced In the spring,
will be another monument to Juneau's marvelous mining
resources.
I
"FORWARD?MARCH! ! "
Under the above caption the Chicago Herald publishes
an interesting editorial, tho advice of which other cities,
individuals and nations might well heed.
The Emplro has similar sentiments and for that rea
son the editorial is republished herewith:
Yesterday the order was "Rest!" Today It 1s "For
ward?March!" Tho day of retrospection ends. The
time for newer action arrives. Much was achieved dur
ing the past year; be thankful and accept It. Great
things can be done during the present year;; be eanest
and achieve them. Let not too much thinking on a good
past spoil the prospects of a better present one!
To Individual, nation, state and city allko comes this
imperious call of duty and the highest form of self-inter
est March forward with high hopes?for they are
justified; with brave hearts?for they are needed; with
good courage?for It will surely win. If you falter and
fall, stop only long enough to set a little stone to mark
the place, and march on again. "Not !n vain the distance
beckons." It Is no mirage that confronts thoso who to
day stand, their eyes fairly set upon the future; no mir
age. but a host of fair realities as yet unreal, waiting
only the magic touch of action to be converted Into
things of priceless worth.
"Forward?march" citizens of this great republic.
, Close up the ranks! Let discord, bickering and division
i have an end! Let there be full and final agreement on
1 the great essentials of national life and loyalty! Under
j tho banners of a country and a patriotism alike "ono and
i Indivisible" go forward with full confidence In the fu
'ture!
"Forward?march!" members of our great industrial
: organization, to richer returcs and to comforts more
I widely diffused than tho world has ever known before!
Shoulder to shoulder, conscious of a common interest j
that outweighs all difference, of a common task big not
only with tho weal of tho individual but of tho nation
and the world -march forward to fill the world's great
gaps that come from the wanton waste of war.
"Forward?march !'! citizens of Chicago-citizens "of
no mean city" indeed! A great campaign awa'ts you!
Of your concerted effort beauty shall be born to bless
all unbeauteous spots and them that know no beauty!
Aid shall come to those sore needing aid; and to each
nnd every soldier in tho ranks of good citizenship the
benlson of a duty done, a good deed performed, a benefit
conferred; more than that, a richer sense of what Chi
cago really is. Forward?march ! in the mood of one
! who
Never doubted clouds would break;
Held we fall to rise, are baffled to fight better.
Sleep to wake!
(The Ketchikan Progressive Minor, in Its zeal to serve
tho people of Alaska and serve tbom right, declares that
ull whose ambition It Is to become a delegate to Congress
from Alaska should come forward and give the people
ja chance to study their Qualifications and standing, to
| know to what party they belong, and all that. The Miner
, does not stop at this, but goes right abend und presents
the name of John Kustgard as the Republican candidate
| and then turns around and presents tho name of Senator
(Charles Sulzer to represent the democrats.?(Douglas Is
(land News.)
Tho Canadian Premier announces Canada will au
thorize an army of 500,000 men. Canada is showing
what can be done by a free country?If It fortunately 1
happens to have the time to do It.?(Chicago Herald.)
Mme. Schwlmmer's method of enforcing peace rcscm
i bles Mr. Roosevelt's schemes for preparedncs for war.
I As a true militant, the lady belongs In Oyster Day, rather
than in Stockholm.?(New York World.)
! LADIES!
We will put Half-Soles on your shoes in a neat and
attractive manner at low prices.
MEN'S HALF-SOLES SEWED ON FOR $1.00
NELSON'S SHOE STORE
"At the Sign of the Electric Shoe."
We Meet the Price on /"? a a
groceries (ia IVI. biovannciii
And GUARANTEE the Brano PROMPT SERVICE
of COo'r storoSe" * PHONE 385
The Joe Miller Contest.
JuHeus Effron, of Dover, K>\, sends
this In an the tided joko:
A farmer was digging potatoes in
v .r>n a sm?.rt salesman came
alcng.
"Have you lived hue all your life,"
asked the salesman. "Not yet." re
plied the farmer.
Weill Well!
From Washington comes the start
| ling news that Corporal Adam N. 'Eve
has deserted from the United States
Marino Corps. Adam N. Eve is re
quested to report at the Names Is
Names Club as he Is one of tho can
didates for President of the club.
ALLMETAL WEATHERSTRIPS?
Olts &. Gllpatrick, Contractors. 12-14tf
Let The Empire do your printing.
IBBMW?i??M????? IMWIIIII i 'I *????
|JF You Will Not Notice This Cold Weather
? ^ IJ_ You Get Your Clothing From Us_j_j_?
Woolen Underwear, Fur Caps, Light and Heavy Wool
Gloves, Light Medium and Heavy Wool Socks, Etc
Our line of Mackinaws is most complete. The prices are reasonable and our first aim
is to please you. Come and see what we are offering.
H. J. RAYMOND CO. PHONE 2H I
0LDE8T BANK IN ALA9KA
S. M. SteljrratiiB Sank
ESTABLISHED 18B1 INCORPORTED 1B14
DEPOSITORS IN OUR 8AVING8
DEPARTMENT ARE REQUESTED
TO PRE8ENT THEIR PA88 B00K8
FOR ENTRY OF INTEREST DUE.
JANUARY FIR8T, NINETEEN 8IXTEEN
+ ?
Good Wholesome, Homo-Made
Bread Is to be had of
Mrs. M. C. Wise,
422 Calhoun Ave. Phone 2132
? ?*
* + ->* + ->* + * + + 4- + +
? ?
? BITS OF BY PLAY +
+ (By Luko McLuko) +
? ?
(Cincinnati Enquirer.)
Tough1
""Oh well," smiled tho Jolly man, "a
man can only die once, you know."
"Yes. doggone It." complained the
undertaker.
Make Mine a Japalac!
Gornoslazacscko! kiedy twojo dv
Znuzono nauk praca cnlodzienna,
Kalona twoje usclskiem opjocie.
Oiowke swa na nia skladajac.
?(Kuryer Polski.)
Poor Old Paw.
Willie?Paw. what does P. S. at tho
end of a letter mean?
Paw?Please settle, my 6on.
?
GRINS AND GROANS
(Louisville Courier-Journal.)
A Mild Yearn.
I'd like to write "Sane talks with !
girls,"
I would lndocd.
I'd like to help the precious pearls
In time of need.
My aims to lighten all their cares ;
Would have wide scope.
I'd like to write on love affairs
And beauty dope.
v
To help the girls I fairly sigh;
Such Is my bent
I don't know their ueeds; but why
Should that prevent?
No Cause for Alarm.
"This mngazine presumes to indict!
me for nefarious business practices." (
"Don't let that worry you. The mag
azines Indict plenty of people that the:
District Attorney can't quite roach."
Dreaming.
"Rather wlerd picture play we saw
Inst night, eh? How do they manage
to stage that outlandish stuff?"
"Why. hubby, wo went to no picture
-how."
"Um. I see. I had a nightmare."
ij The Real
BEER
| Is Made at jj
? Juneau
| DRINK IT
i:
Eagle Brewing ;;
$ Company
WW 9VWWV W ww
CURES WITHOUT DRUGS
HONDEHril. IKYBNIXOX EC
STORES HEALTH WHILE
VOl' KLUr
I at 5*Ja tn
any form yea put
help Dim coo
quar II That"# Mr
method.
All rn need la
new itrenyth end
vltaMty, raw# pow- .
er for th# eye.era.
Electricity dm
that. Elect re-TTta,
applied whit# you
eleep. aaturaU# the
body with a eooth
Iny itream of elec
trlolty. It Qlle the
body with new life
rna vim, ana in a anon um? your
trouble !? cured to stay cured.
I! 1 setra-Vita Is a self-charged body
battery, tvhlch pumps n steady, un
broken stream of galvanic electricity
Into the nerves for hours, while you
sleep. Infusing them with new energy
and building up the entire system to
a strong, healthy condition.
It makes strong, healthy men out
of slow-going, discouraged weaklings.
If you have a pain, It drives It out. If
you have stomach trouble, rheama
tlsm. lumbago, kidney or livsr com
plaint. or Just a lack of nsrvo force.
Elect ra-Vita wilt restore you to perfect
health.
BSACTIFn.LV II.Ll'HTBATKO
BOOK FKEE
Call or writ < for our beautiful so
page book, which telle all about our
treatment This book Is Illustrated
with pictures of fully developed moo
and women, showing how Rlectra
Vtta Is applied, and explaining many
things you want to know. We'll send
the book, eloasly sealed and prepaid,
frea. If you will write or call for It
Free test of Electra-Vtta If you call.
Consultation free. Office hours: S
a. m. to 8 p. m. Saturday evenings.
m ELECTRA-VlTA CO.
Boom SOd Kinpress Theatre Bid*.
Second Ave., Cor. Spring
L I I Seattle, Wash.
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?; Attractive Hand-Painted Cardt J J
For 33
o BIRTHDAY GREETINGS, 3!
33 MOTHER and FATHER 33
3! GREETINGS 33
3 3 BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTS f
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33 ENGAGEMENT
ANNOUNCEMENTS
33 HOSPITALITY CARDS II
WELCOME CARDS
33 CARDS TO SEND TO THE 33
SICK ?
33 POST CARDS
J! Something You Will Want 8ure 33
CLE. Cartwright ??
3 3 STATIONERY AND OFFICE 33
3; SUPPLIES ;;
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Evolution.
"What has become of the village
cut-up?"
"Oh, he evolved Into a very success
ful surgeon. No appendix case3 are
complete without blm."
Just So.
"Are wo living too fast?"
"Maybe so. But there doesn't seem
to be any way of applying a speed
limit."
Maud In Yuletlde.
* Maud Mullor on a summer's day
Acquired renown by raking hay.
v But summer wanes; the season
shifts,
She's busy .now exchanging gifts.
Might Help.
"Do you bcllcvo in hypnotism?"
"Well, 1 don't know. If there is any
thing In It, it ought to be brought out.
Then every girl could get a husband."
Doesn't Seem Real.
We know of few things more uncon
vincing than a poker game on the
stngo.
Furs, Moccasins and Baskets of all
kinds, at reduced mnrket prices.?
WILLS' STORE. tf.
? ?? 4k ?
THANE STEAM LAUNDRY.
Suits pressed, 7tJc: Suits Cleaned
and pressed, |2.00.
AUTOMOBILES
TIRES AND TUBES
OF ALL SIZES
TIRE ACCESSORIES
OF ALL KINDS
CEMENT
CEMENTLESS PATCHES
SKID CHAINS
DRIVING GAUNTLETS
BUMPERS
BRAKE LINING
TIRE PUMPS
ELECTRIC AUTO LAMPS
FITTINGS
, ELECTRIC CIGAR
LIGHTERS
OILS
GREASES
PAINTS. ETC.
fordand Overland
AGENCIES
Complete Stock of Ford Parts
and Accessories
UNION IRON WORKS
Classified Advertisements
JANITOR SERVICE8
Day and Night janitor service and
window cleaning. All work promptly
attended to. Monthly rates. Phone
228. GORDON & THOMAS. 11-24-tf.
FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKING
All of the latest and most artistic
designs. Thoroughly experienced and
competent dressmaker. Mrs. M. Has
lam. room 12. Maloney Bldg. Phone,
341. 9-10-6m
SECOND HAND FURNITURE.
SECOND HAND FURNITURE?The
Exchange, opposite Circle City Hotel,
will buy, sell or exchange anything in
tho furniture line. All kinds of repair
ing, manufacture mattresses and fur
nituro. 12-1-ti'
MY CUSTOMERS
I would very much appreciate if you
will kindly return cocktail and horse
radish bottles. Will pay ten cents a
dozen for return of bottles by chll
J ADtEC
Classified Advertisements
WANTED?Miscellaneous
WANTED?By colorod man, day or
hour work, portor, kouso cleaning,
window cleaning, waiting tablo, tend
ing furnaco?any work. "Portor," care
Empire. l-13-6t
EXPERIENCED GIRL wanted for
general work In boarding house. Tele
phone 7-8, Douglas. l-13-3t.
ROOM8 FOR RENT
CLEAN, Well ventilated rooms?the
best ir. Juneau; 35c, 2Gc, and 50c, at
the Central Rooming Houi?-? Front
Street. tf.
ROOM FOR RENT?114 Malnt St. tf
FOR RENT?Single room for gen
tleman, steam heat, hot and cold run
ning water. In prlvato family. 315.00
per month. P. 0. Box 473. 12-30-tf.
LlARGE Furnished room, with or
without board. Home cooking. Over
Juneau Liquor Co. 1-13-tf.
SPECIAL WINTER RATES ? Best
rooms in Juneau, steam heated, hot
and cold water in every room. Strict
ly up to <hUe. Come and see them.
|Orpheum Building. 12-21-tf
HOUSES AND FLAT8 FOR RENT
FOR RENT?Furnished Two-room
house-keeping sulto. Reasonable.?
335 Franklin. 1-12-lm
FOR RENT ? Four-room modern
house. Furnished. Corner 6th and
Park Ave. 12-24-tf.
FOR RENT?Unrurntshed five-room
house. Call office of Jaeger & Eric
son, Seward Bldg. 1-13-tf.
FOR RENT. 2 and 1 room furnlshoi
louseaeeplng suites; reasonable, "The
cosy corner of Junpau " Cliff Apart
ments. nenr court house. 2-1-lm
FOR 8ALE?Miscellaneous
++++++++?*+++*++
+
* FOR 8ALE +
+ Two storj house on 60-foot +
+ lot, In saloon limit. Front St., +
4- Douglas. A bargnln. +
1-3-tf. NICK DABIZINOVICH +
8APE?Firo and burglar proof safe
for uale cboap. In fine condition;
good an new; on terms 11 you wish.
Call and see same at Mondham &
Ostrom. 90 Front Street 9-17-tf.
$1,000 BUYS three-room modern
cottage, bath. Level lot 40x90. Not
encumbered. Apply P. O. Box 986.
?(1-10-lmo.) ?
SAFE?Fire proof safe for sale
cheap. In first class condition. TermB
If you wish. Can be seen and all In
formation at W. H. Caso Curio Store,
funcau, Alaska. 9-lC-tf.
FOK SALE?The Hamburg Inn, del- j
Icatessen and grocery, with lots 8 and
i In block 1, Chllberg addition to
Seattle, for $9,000. Paying business,
ground Is 50 foot front with meander
tide line of about ICO feet. Dance
hall In connection with building. Ad
dress 1025 Al-Kl Avenue. Seattle, for
further particulars. 1-15-161
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN?Well
appointed^ Cafe, doing first class busi
ness. Apply Box 118, city. 1-11-61.
LINOLEUM-?..Printed and Inlaid.
Your old rugs and linoleum taken In
trade. Chas Anderson, 321 Franklin,
next to Clare's Grocery. 1-4-6.
FOR SALE?Practically now house
hold furniture: rugs and sewing ma
chino. Enqulro 224 Fourth St. 1-B-tf.
FOR SALE?Two very fine lots In
the Casey Shattuck Addition. Terms
to suit. Address P. O. Box 694 and
take It over. 12-17-tf
RESTAURANTS AND CAFES
OWL. CAFE open day and night.
6e31 meals In town. Chop Suey and
Noodles, Chinese style. 187 Front St.
9-9-6m
8EATTLE RESTAURANT ? Chop
Suey and Chinese Noodles sont out
on special orders. Prompt, quick sor
vice. Box seats for ladles. 68 Front
Phone 3-4-3 9j9-6m
DYEING AND CLEANING
WHEN OTHERS KAIL to ploaso
i you call 177, tho Capital Dye Works,
I for French Dye Cleaning, steam clean
ing, dying and preBsing. We have
pleased otfcors and can please you.
C. MELDNER, professional cleaner
and dyer. tf_
THE CLOTHES WE CLEAN, press
or repair spoak for themselves. Furs
cleaned; hats cleaned and blocked.
Our service is at your command. The
Ronovatory. Phono 394. tf.
SANITARY PLUMBING
Come and see about my 1916 prices.
They are mndo to satisfy everybody.
C. Drllca. Sanitary Plumbing. 114
Front Street. Tel.. 273. 1-6-tf.
STOVES AND REPAIRS
Will move soon In my new build
ing on Wllloughby Ave. Get youi
heaters and stovos at bargain prices
(Half for nothing.) 114 Front 8t
Tel. 273. tf.
PUBLIC 8TENOGRAPHER8
JUNEAU'S PUBLIC STENOGRA
phcr, Mrs. E. C. Hazelton, 421 Gold
stein Building. Res. 15 Cliff Apats.
Phone 209. ll-4-6m.
AUTO REPAIR8 J
U-AUTO REPAIR and vulcanlw
at tho Juneau Garage. Wo do nighi
and day work. Next doer to Empln
office, phone 262, G. E. Collins, Propr
? 9-10-6m
TURKISH BATHS
HILLSIDE BATH HOUSE?Turktsl
Needle, steam, sthowcr and tub baths
dry and steam heat. 218 Front St.
phono 163. 11-16-tf.
! CITY BATHS. Steam, shower, tu!
and Turklch baths. Emma E. Burke
proprietress, 329 Front Street, phon
!oi? ll-16-t
Classified Advertisements
PHY8ICIAN8 and 8URQB0N8.
Dr. Bovls, phone 1172. 11-16-ti
DR. L. O. SLOANE
Office Phone 18
Houee Phone 297
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SHOE MAKERS.
CITY DOCK SHOE SHOP?Exp<
shoe miikcr, shoes of all kinds neat
repaired, only first class rnaterl
used: work called for and deliver*
phone 294. 6
TYPEWRITERS AND TYPEWRIT!
8UPPLIE8
THE BEST work can be obtain
by calling the REMINGTON pub
stenographer, Phono 289?Office, N
loncy Building
WE MAKE all of our typewrit
supplies and therefore they are t
best that money can buy. "RBMIN
TON TYPEWRITER CO."
HAVE you seon tho 'REMINGTC
that won the "GOI.D MEDAL" at 1
"PANAMA EXPOSITION?" It-Is i
"NOISELESS" Lut Is "DURABLE'
REMINGTON TYPEWRITER CO.
SECOND HAND typewriters of
makes including Underwood and
C. Smith's, which wo have traded
can be bought cheap at the "R1
INGTON OFFICE.
BAKERIE8
PEERLESS BAKERY ? Our mol
"Quality First." Insist on Peerl
Broad. It Is worth tho xmney ?
Front 8t., phone 222. 10-1
When you want something ? t
| thing?In Printing that Is really f
! let The Emplro do the work for j
PROFE88IONAL.
OOKISOBBnHWMm
THE VICE-CONSULATE OF NOI
WAY AT JUNEAU, ALASKA
sends money to Norway withoi
charge. Residues of estates In No
way collected and estates of Nc
weglan citizens In Alaska admlnl
tered at small cost. All transa
tlons quaranteed by the Norwe
Ian government.
WM. BRITT,
Vice Consul For Norwa
William Pallister, M. D.,
Specialist in the treatment of dUoauw-e
and deformities of the vyo and ear.
node and throat
Offieea. Fourth Floor. Gal lutein Bulldi
Office Phone 160. Glaa, -a Fitted.
i: Dr. E. H. Kaser
'DENTIST
,, 1 and 3 Colditein Building
,. Phone 66.
Hoars, 9 a. m. to 9 p. m.
MISS ALERECHT
OSTEOPATH
Swedish Mamaae. Medical Gymnastics. K|
, pert treatment given in all rase* requlril
I massage, diet and mechanical therapeutic
Rooms 410 Goldstein Building. Phone 282
l
DR. H. VANCE
08TE0PATH
5 and 0 Malony Bldg., phone 28!
Hours 9 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.
? ????*? + ? + ? + + ? + 4
? DR. LEONARD P. DAWES
? Surgeon and Physician
? Office First Nat Bk. Bldg.
? Hours 10 to 12 ra; 1 to 4
? and 7 to J p. m.
+ Phone 2602; Res. 2603
+ + ?*? + + + + + + ?> + + + + ?<
?
Any Broken Spectacle Lense
duplicated and fitted for J1.61I
! made by best lense makers, no
matter what you paid for you
glasses originally.
L J. SHAR1CK
Joweler and Optician
f
n i M 11 m n n n i iiM-i-i-f
:: White & Jenne
;; DENTISTS
Rooms 8,9,10, Valentine Blrtc
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.. Thoa. II. White, Tor. Hoard. License No. !
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