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The difference between $7.50 r.nd $25.00; $$.00 and $20.00; $10.00 and $-J0.(>0; and so on up the line is the proved difference between the salaries of rueu before and after receiving I. C. S training It's a fact. Tho International Correspondence Schools have thousands of unsolicited letters telling of exactly such increases in salary .is a direct result of this training. Kvcry m nth there is an average of :5tt) men who voluntarily report success attained through l.C. S. training. Wouldn't you like your salary raised ? Wouldn't you like a 9 more congenial position? Wouldn't you like to be succe -ful? HI Then mark the coupon today. There's always a good paying position for the trained man. You know that. Then why cot let the l.C. S. help you? It doesn't matter where you live, what you do for a living, or how little schooling you may have had. If you can read and write, the l.C. S. has a ^ 9 * way to help you to success?iu your owu home ? in your spare time?without requiring yon to give up your present position. The 1. C. S. method will quickly enable you to earn a much higher salary at the occu pation of your choice?just as it has already enabled thousands of other poorly paid but ambi Itious men to succeed. Mail the coupon today?the 1. C. S. will gladly explain it all without charging you a penny. Remember: The Business ol this Place is to Raise Salaries latcmlloaa! correspcatfencc Stfioois ? Box 8t8, Scranton, Pa. riM?? nplili. wiibuui luiihti ubll*?tl<>B "??rt p ..i. (.. ? I . ia quality l"> lb? i-.M'toB. Had*. ?? * nill|Im Mail wui.h I Lj?c UMIk?d X. # I Automobile Kunnlng ' Poultry ParruiOK bookkeeper Nt* notfraphef AJveruunx Man Shuw.t^rU Writing W mJow TrtMllI Conaerdilllluttfat. , lnvlu?m<tl Deeigniu* Arvbitactuxal Drill*. (.bcOHM I jitKiu^ri J lUnkiit* C.v.l SrrvU-?* ! j rrm f? , ll'<ll?n I Irtimti WlrvMia * ; I tritfirttlk?iK>:*??r ? . M<. huili -i DfaltMMl ? j MevhftiiU'*) KiiK'"*er # I Telephone # SMoQinr tnidw**' Te?til? >Unufawt*:iii?K KnK'neer ? j Uui.'Jinu tJonii?otor ? ? ? unvreto Contirwcrn # I'lumhinc.Meain I ill'v Miti# froieri/i. . ? Mm ? Su|?? rui(? nJ? ul ? I ? WllKJ ? I St. 0*.V?. ? ; City SW#-. J j J. H. HEWITT, GENERAL AGENT 114 Front Street, Juneau, Alaska I SMITH'S ;> PERSEVERANCE | ACTO STAGE | ? Autos leave Juneau Daily at t X 6 a. d? 11 a. m., 3:30 p. m.. ? X 4:50 p. m. and 11 p. in. Stand X T Arctic Pool Boom and Bur- X X ford's Corner. ? nnzzzzzizznnni j :: The Alaska Grill j| o STRAWBERRY o SHORT CAKE i Our Specialty * ; o THE BEST APPOINTED PLACE X | ? ? ? ? IN TOWN ? ? ? ? X Bergmann Dining Room Best hotel dining room In Juneau, at moderate prices. Board by day, week or month. FRANK GEHRING, Proprietor * ? INDEPENDENT MARKET Phone 1-2-9 Julius Ithelnberger, Prop. Eastern Corn Fed Beef?Live Chickens?Home Made Sausages j ?? -+ I'po YOUKNOW?! i; JUNEAU HAS THE BEST j i: Tailor Shop in Alaska j O ITS | I!Irving Co., Inc.! FRONT AND MAIN STS. * A. H. Humpfieries 1*1 Seward St. HEAVY HAULING a Specialty Also General Transfer Service Tel. 258, 226. or 3C00. I I FREE Have you got a pair of Briquet Tongs yet? If not, ask any teamster, or phone us direct. They are FREE PHONE 4 PACIFIC COAST COAL CO. Bunkers Foot Main ???? i Ml*??I I Free Delivery Phone 386 HEIDELBERG Lienor Go. Free Concert Every Evening 7 Till 12 RAINIER BEER on Draught and Bottled | Mail Orders a Specialty f ' G. K. GILBRRT Plumbing and Sheet Metal Works 114 Second St., Phone 353 * ? I * + ORPHEUM HOTEL Rooms for Men Only Hot and Cold Running Water. I Baths. Seo JOHN T. SPICKETT I* ? + THE FIRST TERRITORIAL BANK Douglas, Alaska OF ALASKA 26 Front St., Juneau INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS, .4 0/ AND ON TIME DEPOSITS... /o Kates Reasonable Third and Harris Street, Juneau TheBERGMANN Newly built and newly furnished, mod..rn In all respects, steam heated, electric lighted, hot and cold water In every room; bath on every floor, Including a shower bath. Sanitary conditions perfect. Dining Room In connection. POSTAGE RATES ! IS CAUSE FOR MUGHTROUBLE All IVIaif Sent to Foreign Countries To Have a ; Different Rate of Postage. BRADFORD CLEARS CASE Postmaster Z. .M. Bradford has re ceived a notice from the Postofflco Department calling his attention to i the fact that much mail originating In the United States Is being sent: to foreign countries without suffic ient postage, and that where the postage is insufficient the amount due is collected double at the des tination of the letter. Many people in the United States have an erroneous Impression that all letters from the United States will go anywhere in the Postal Union for the two cents perscribed by laws. This is not the cuse and the two-cent postage will only carry let-, ters to certain countries, all others requiring five cents, with an addi tional three cents for every ounce of fraction of an ounce over. The only places to which two-cent postage will carry a letter are Can ada. Cuba, Mexico, Republic of Pan ama, the Canal Zone, Bahamas, Bar-[ budos, British Guina. British Hon duras, Dutch West Indies, Leeward Islands, Newfoundland, Germany, by1 direct steamers; Kngland, Scotland, t Wales, Ireland, and the city of Shanghai. China. All other places and countries the postal rate l< five cents. This Includes all countries of Europe, with the exception of Ger many and English possessions, all of Africa and all of Asia. TREMENDOUS VOLUME OF HALIBUT GOING TO PRINCE RUPERT Customs House Prepares Statistics Showing American Cities Are Losing The report or the amount of hali but delivered to Prince Hupert by American fishing vessels for the first six months of this year has been received by the local customs house. The halibut was mostly caught in American waters and sold-to the big fish dealers in Prince Hupert, after which the boats calling there se cured their bait, ice and supplies i for their next trip, from the Canad ian dealers. This business formerly ? wa-i handled almost entirely by Kct-| chikan dealers and the cold storage' plants, but since the order in council allowing the importation of the fish from the American side without du ty. the business has almost entirely gone to the Canadian side of the line. During the six months a total of .41 American vessels landed their catch at the Canadian port. This catch amounted to 4.408,503 pounds of halibut, for which the fishermen received the sum of $273,941. The value of tho halibut shipped from Prince Hupert to tho American mar-' kets for the same length of time amounted to $707,027. Almost coincident with the com pletion of the Grand Trunk Pacific Kailroa'* Kte now famous Canadian Fisheries Order in Council was passed. Immediately the American boats deserted Ketchikan and the other northern ports and took their catch to the Prince Hupert markets. Tho halibut business of Ketchikan, which has been one of the inuin ! business slandbys of the city, was. <ut to almost nothing. At once a j protest went up front the business | men of Ketchikan, Seattle, and oth er cities effected by the new order, and an effort was made to secure the passage of a bill by. Congressj providing that all fish shipped from j a Canadian port must bo shipped in bond to the United States. The bill -truck a snag and up to the present has not been passed and will prob ably be sidetracked until the next session. GEORGE E. BALDWIN IS JUNEAU VISITOR J George E. Baldwin, mining en gineer. now a resident of San Fran cisco but for many years of Valdez,' is a Juneau visitor. He arrived on ! the Mariposa and will spend sev eral days in Juneau. Mr. Baldwin earned national fame by his vl-! trolic attacks on conservation at a session of the American Mining |Congress at Chicago a few years j ago and through the public press. A disease of the foot caused by strains undergone in playing golf has been discovered and studied by a San Francisco doctor. RESTORATION TO ENTRY OF LANDS IN NATIONAL FORESTS 4 354?a Lists 6?1859.?1865.?18G7 Notice is hereby given that the lands described below, embracing I lands described below, embracing 237.SO acres, within the Tongass ? National Forest, Alaska, will bo subject to settlement and entry uix (lor the provisions of the homestead i laws of the United States and the act of June 11. 1906 (34 Stat., 233) at the United States land office at Juneau, Alaska, on September 30,; 1916. Any settler who was ac tually and in good faith claiming ? any of said lands for agricultural j purposes prior to January 1, 1006, , and has not abandoned same, lias a preference right to make a home stead entry for the lands actually | occupied. Said lands were listed upon the applications of the persons mentioned below, who have a pref erence right subject to the prior right of any such settler, provided 1 such settler or applicant is quall tied to make homestead entry and' the preference right is exercised prior to September 30, 1016, on which date the lands will bo sub ject to settlement and entry by any qualified person. A tract of 10.99 acres, situated on a point of land northeast of Spuhn Island and ex tending into Fritz Cove described as follows: Beginning at Corner No. 1, a granite boulder marked Ii-1 whence Forest Service Monu ment hereinafter described bears N. 70" E., 32 links; thence meander ing along beach at mean high tide N. 7? 45' W., 3.14 chs.; N. 37? 30' E., E., 2.02 chs.; N. 47? 30' E?. 1.27 chs., N. 82? 30' E., .73'chs., S. 41? 30' K., 2.13 chs.. N. 00* K.. 2.22 chs., N. 20? K., 4.21 chs., N. 24? W., 1.14 chs., N. 30? E. .85 chs., N. 5? E. 3.2S chs., N. 71? \\\, 1.00 chs.. N. 75? W. 1.57 chs., N. 20? 30' !W.. 1.80 chs., N. 1? 30' W., .90 chs., N. 23? 30' E., 90 chs., N. 30? 30' W\. .05 chs., N. 25? E? .62 chs., N. 41? 30' E.. 1.01 chs.. N. 27? W.. 1.44 chs.. N. 45? W. i .37 chs., N. 65? 30' \V. 3.30 chs.,. N. 20? E. 3.77 chs., to Corner No. | 2; thence E. 0.4 7 chB; thence ?. I 2" K.. 26.31 clis.; thence W. 12 elm., to the place of beginning. ' Forest service monument consists of a granite boulder market F. S. M., whence the south end of Cough lnn Island hears S. 70" W. the north 1 end of Spuhn Island bears S. 35" W. and u cliff on the Wad lid: homestead bears N. 21? W., applf- ? ea on of Adam Schneider. Box 257, Juneau, Alaska; List 6-1833. A tract of 136.69 acres, situat ed on Admiralty Island on the ? vest bide of Wheeler Creek de scribed as follows: Beginning; r.t Corner No. 1. a hewn post marked >1-1 set on the bank of \v' Holer Creek, whence a spruce tree 40" In diameter marked HW-1 benrs 3. It!* W., 21 links; thence meandering along stream N. 26? ?}., .83 e.hs., X. . 61? K., 1.77 chs., N. C6? E.. 2.50 chs., N. 47? 30' E., 3.38 chs., N. 28'* W., 3.01 chs., N. 31? W.. 3.10 chs., N. 23? W? 1.67 chit., N. 38? W., 4.55 chs., S. 88? W., 1.31 chs., S. 67? W. 4.24 chs.. W. 3.50 chs.. N. 5? W., 2.52 chs., N. 26? W.. 1.50 chs., N. 3? E., 6.4 1 chs., N. 14? E., 3.67 chs.. N. 38? 30' E., 10.55 chs.. X. 23? E.. 1.11 chs.. N. 21? 30' W? 6.33 chs.. N. 54" . W., 6.29 chs., N. 59? 30' W., 5.98 chs., N. 1G? \V? 3.18 chs., N. 32" E? 4.60 chs.. N. 14? E., 2.60 chs., N. 35? W., 3.64 chs., N. 37? 30' E., 2.37 chs.. N. 9.81 chs., W. 59 chs., N. 3.03 chs., W. 2.23 chs., X. 3.44 chs., W. 9.45 chs. to Cor ner No. 2; thence W. 9.45 chs.; thence S. 78.99 chs.; thence E. 24.49 chs., to the place of he- ? ginning, application of Frank F. " Wheeler, Hawk Inlet, Alaska; List 6-1865. a tract oi bo. vz acres; ui nor en end of Admiralty Island on oast , sid<* of Wheeler Creek, described as follows: Beginning at Corner No. 1, a spruce 10" in diameter marked 11/1 on bank of Wheeler Creek near an old cabin north from Wheeler's cabin, whence a spruce 14" in diameter bears N. 1? W? < 21 links; extending thence mean- v doring stream in a northwesterly - direction to Corner No. 2, a spruce stako marked 11/2 RCt on bank of stream where a slough comes up from the north whence a spruce tree G" in diameter bears N. G4* E., 0.15 chs., thence N. 64? E., 8.88 chs.; thence S. 11? 15' E., G4.25 chs.; thence W. 15 chs., to the u'uco of beginning, application of Ira P. M. Bailey, H&wk Iplet, Al aska; List 6-1867. Juno 20, 1016. C. M. BRUCE, Assistant Commissioner of the General Land OITlce. July 31, Aug. 7-14-21. i I <ij FROM BOX TO BUFFET FROM BOTTLE TO GLASS of guests or house folks our whiskey and wines will bo found tlio most attractive. They look pretty In the bottle, they taste better in the glass. Why don't you try them? They aro simply perfect for cither social or medicinal use. JUNEAU LIQUOR CO., Inc. Phono 94. Free Delivery ????? ^.1 ? I I FINE GROCERIES [j Quality and Service MacMiilan Sros. ? We Specialize on AMOCAT BRAND? NONE N BETTER Front St., opposite city dock, jq Free Delivery ? Phone 116. B Cars that come here damaged in any way leave here with all damage removed and in as good condition as they ever were?or bet ter. So if your auto is not just right in every way send It here at once, even if the fault or injury seems slight. Little troubles have a habit of gotting serious suddenly, especially in automobiles. ALASKA AUTO SUPPLY CO. EFFICIENCY IN THE KITCHEN Is largely a matter of fuel. The quickness with which a fler may bo had, the evenness t= of the heat are decided fac- ~ torn in kitchen work. To in sure the best results use our special stove coal for the kit chen range. Then your fuel troubles will be over for good ^ FemmerSRitter Phone 114 Empire Wan 1 Ads bring quickest results. "Try 'em." If YOU'RE LOOKING fOR THE HTl . ? il BEST MOTEL, You're Looking for 1 lie VJiaStllieaU " < > Hot and cold wator, phone, large clothee closets each room. Just J' around the corner from every place of Importance. o We ???????*??????*???*? ??*??*??????????????????*???* Everything That's New in WALL PAPER Buying direct from the factory helps us give you one of the most complete lines ever shown in Alaska, at prices that arc open to inspection. LET US SHOW YOU C. W. YOUNG CO. THE LEADING HARDWARE STORE \ v," :* Was. ? ? , ^ RUMMAGE SALE A real old-fashsioned Rummage Sale in every sense of the word?no frills or puffs?but a terrific mark down on every lot that is included in this sale for it is our idea to make a quick riddance of this end of-the-season merchandise to give room for the new Fall stocks which will soon be here. The economic shopper will find many real bargains in this sale. RUMMAGE SALE Laces and Embroideries?5c Cotton torch con laces, which vary In width from one-half Inch to one and one-half Inchon; some with In KcrtloiiH to match; also several pieces of narrow embroidery edges ? All go In the one lot at thin prlco. : RUMMAGE SALE Shell Hair Pins?lc Each Come In several different lengths, nnd styles, and a quality yon have paid up to GOc a dozen?but the line consists of broken lots, hence this Bacrltice. I RUMMAGE SALE 50c Lace Hose?15c Any size, and come In both black and white In several different patterns. Good quality lisle, double lieel and toe, and fast colors, that will not crack, while they last 15c PAIR RUMMAGE SALE " 75c-$ 1.00 Taffeta Silks?35c These run mostly In tlm 18-Inch width, In solid colors, with a few stripes, suitable for trimming waists and the like, but sold In the ordinary way up to $1.00 yard. RUMMAGE SALE 25c to 50c Neckwear?10c Each An odd lot of neckwear from the past season's selling, some .collars, Iiowh, jabots and tho like ? worth kcv crtil times this rummage price when sold in tho regular way. RUMMAGE SALE 75c Head Scarfs?35c HolorB run to pink, lavender, gray nnd white, and materials arc Bilk mull, In both plain or embroidered, 'with hem-Btltcbcd ends. RUMMAGE SALE 3.00 to $4.00 Waists?$1.50 An odd lot of silk walBts In most any size, nome are abort sleeves, others are long, with both low or high neck. About one dozen to choose from. RUMMAGE SALE Rain Coats, Special $2.95 Regular $1.00 and $5.00 coata, In ex tra long length, high button-up collars, any size up to -12?only 10 coast in the lot. The entire line to bo closed out. RUMMAGE SALE Short Silk Gloves?25c Pair Not every size, but . some odd 10 or dozen In a general variety of col ore and ulzes; formerly sold up to $1.00 pair, an all Bilk quality and with doublo linger tips. RUMMAGE SALE 35c Windsor Ties?15c Colors are black, white, lavender, pink and blue, regulation length, and made of good quality mcBsnllne, some with silk finger ends. RUMMAGE SALE 75c Embroidered Hose?25c An exceptional value as tbeso hose run to several designs, some embroidered in black, made of good qunlity lisle, double sole, heel and toe; sizes 8 Vj to 10. Your choice, while they last, at 25c RUMMAGE SALE Remnants?One-Half Now is the time to buy these short lengths, for many of the pieces can be made up into.school drcHscs, and the like for winter wear. ALL GO AT ONE-HALF. _ B. M. BEHRENDS CO., Inc.