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MOTION PICTURES
OF THE
'Milwaukee's' Electrification
Twelve Hundred Feet Taken Through the Pictur
esque Rocky Mountains and Showing every Detail of
this wonderful $15,000,000 project?See them tonight
at the
DREAM THEATER, DOUGLAS
U. S. MAIL BOAT
PRINCE OF WALES
JUNEAU TO SITKA Every Tuesday at 8 p. m.?From City Dock.
Calling at Douglas. Funter. Ilo.mah, Hawk Inlet, Gypsum, Tenakee,
Klllisnoo. Chatham and Sitka.
DUE SITKA THURSDAY NOON?Returning, Leaves Sitka Thurs
days 10 p. m.
NOTE?Between Oct. 1 and April 1 calls only made at Funter.
I Excursion Inlet. Hawk Inlet and Chatham, one way on second
trip of each month.
All information and tickets from agent at C. P. R. OFFICE, 111
Seward Street. Telephone 224. Juneau, Alaska.
??umis II MBB?ESmH31
S. S. PRINCE RUPERT I
ALL OUTSIDE STATE ROOMS
RUNNING HOT AND COLD WATER IN EVERY |
ROOM ??
ELECTRIC LIGHTS AT EACH BERTH
I BEGINNING 0CT03ER 23, SAILS SOUTHBOUND EVERY MON- H
DAY EVENING AT 8 O'CLOCK FOR 1
Prince Rupert, Vancouver, Victoria and Seattle
DIRECT HAIL CONNECTIONS MADE PRINCE RUPERT FOR ALL j
POINTS IN EASTERN CANADA AND UNITED STATES
SHORTEST ROUTE TO THE EAST
UNEXCELLED SERVICE LOWEST RATES |
J. D. McAULEY H. R. SHEPARD, Phone 409
T. F. & P. Agt., Juneau * City Ticket Agent
HUMBOLDT STEAMSHIP CO.
|;n..Ai..i?Tigris s. HmiBOLDTI A'"h" F*"l
SAILS FROM SEATTLE NOVEMBER 11th.
\ ARRIVE JUNEAU NOVEMBER 15th.
SAILS SOUTH NOVEMBER 16th.
HUMBOLDT STEAMSHIP CO., T. C. Stodflcrfi, Agent
Office, Juneau Transfer Co. Office, Phone 48
Douglas Office M. J. O'Connor Store. Seattle Office 720 2nd Ave.
SECOND CLASS $16.00 FIRST CLASS $25.00
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ALASKA I
STEAMSHIP COMPANY |
JEFFERSON NORTHBOUND NOV. 6. I
;; JEFFERSON SOUTHBOUND NOV. 7. ;;
I! MARIPOSA NORTHBOUND NOV. 12. j.
;; MARIPOSA SOUTHBOUND NOV. 19. ;;
.. NORTHWESTERN SOUTHBOUND NOV. 11. If
J' ALAMEDA SOUTHBOUND NOV. 12. T
j| WILLIS E. NOWELL, Agent, E- E. SMITH, Douglas Agent +
M-t I i I K-l I i i I ; I ; -!-j -t t tit 1 m Ml I I M 1 1-H 111 H 1 III I I-f
'.CANADIAN
\PACIF!C/
AaiJiwivyr
SAILINGS FROM JUNEAU
1916 ?WINTER ? 1917
S. S. PRINCESS SOPHIA
Nov. 10, 24; Dec. 8, 22; Jan. 5, 19; Feb. 2, 16
Prince Rupert, Vancouver, Victoria, Seattle &c
Book Through to Destination at Cheap Through Rates
D. SMEATON. Ticket Agent PHONE 224 VALENTINE ELK.
J Border Line Transportation Company I
JHE JUNEAU LINE
Wa do not go to the North cr to the Woat. JUNEAU la our torm
ina). Your Interoata aro our Interest#.
S. S. AL-KI SOUTHBOUND NOV. 12TH
FIRST CLASS $22.50 SECOND CLASS $14.50
S.S. 'Alki', b.S. 'Despatch', S.S. 'Northland'
I C. W. YOUNG CO, A cent# Phono 217
When Ordering Beer
===== INSIST ON =
RAINIER PALE
A t A
Personal Mention
* ? #
W. Cox Davidson. representing ono
of the large machinery houses of
Seattle, arrived last night on the
Prince Rupert and is a guest at the
Gastineau Hotel.
Judge Morrison, of Vancouver, was
a passenger on the Prince Rupert
last night, * He stopped over In Ju
neau aud will leave on the Rupert
tonight for Prince Rupert where he
will hold court.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Whipple,
of Ragle River, are recent arrivals
at the New Coin Hotel.
James Newman and wife, of Ket
chikan, who have been iu Juneau for
the past two weeks, left for their
home on the Alameda this morning.
Mr. Newman came north to attend
the funeral of his mother, Mrs. Pet
er Sandstrom and remained hero to
be with Mr. Sandstrom until he re
covered from the loss of his wife.
William J. Wright, constructor for
the Light House Service, who has
been working at the Cape St. Elias
light during the summer, arrived
yesterday on the Kukui and left for
the south this morning on the Ala
meda. He is on his way to his sta
tion at Ketchikan.
Oscar R. Hart, Oak Olson and W.
K. Martin, three traveling men of
Juneau, left for the westward last
night on the Mariposa. They will
cnll on the trade in that section be
fore returning to Juneau.
J. 11. Cobb, left on the Mariposa
yesterday for Valdoz.
William Woouwcrth. head of a
syndicate of moving picture takers
working in Southeastern Alaska, is
registered at the Alaskan.
James K. Poe. of Oakland, is a Ju
neau visitor and is r.t the Alaskan
Hotel.
Mrs. A. R. Young, wife of A1
Young, the Berner's Bay logger, is
in the city registered at the Gas
tincau Hotel.
A. Harrison, of Prince Rupert, is
in the city registered at the Gas
tineau Hotel.
| Emmet J. McKannn, well known
Juneau broker, who accompanied his
wife and family to California recent
ly. is a returning passenger on the
Admiral Watson which sailed yester
day morning for the north.
Fred V. Berger, captain of the
Alaskan Rifie team which went to
Jacksonville, Floria recently, return
ed yesterday on the Mariposa ac
companied by Mrsl Berger. He is
again working at his old job as as J
sistant city wharfinger.
Mrs. Charles Ostrom. v/ife of the
well known Juneau jeweler, who has
been visiting in the south for sever
al weeks, returned last night on the
Mariposa.
F. M. Jardine, of the Thane mill
force, returned on the Mariposa yes
terday from the south. Mr. Jardine
went below as a member of the
Alaska Rifle team.
Mrs. C. W. Hawksworth, wife of
the superintendent of education for
Southeastern Alaska, arrived from
the South last night on the Mariposa
land will make her future home In
Juneau.
Fred A. Case, insurance underwrit
er. who has been spending the past
few weeks in the States, returned
last night on the Mariposa.
Mrs. W. D. Kisselring, wife of the
foreman of the Junehu Street De
partment, who has been here for
the past two months, will leave to
night on the Prince Rupert for Ix>s
Angeles where she will spend the
winter.
11-11.: .. xi ... . n.ioJ lllcrni-.
1?I>IIUU1 II. UUII.WI. v......i
ian of the Grand Lodge at Wash
ington. who in at present at Cordova
attending the rate hearings being
held by the Interstate Commerce
Commission, has promised local Ma
sons that when lie reaches Juneau
he will deliver a lecture on the
"Democracy of Masonry."
T. Brown, of the supply depart
ment of the Alaska Gastineau Min
ing Company, who hus been visit
ing in the south, returned on the
Mariposa.
W. T. Talch. superintendent of the
railroads of the Alaska Gastineau
Company at Thane, who has been vis
iting in the States returned front the
South on the Mariposa.
NOTICE
Regular meeting of the Juneau
Orpheus Glee Club will be held in
Klk's Auditorium, Tuesday evening
at 7:30 o'clock. A full attendance
of members is desired.
Xi:?-2t. H. H. BRUNN, Sec'y.
I W. ENGBERG 1
CARPENTER |
i and Builder |
? Shop In Casey-Shattuck Add. ? ?
? Job Work a Specialty. Let me %
? tell you what It costs, tree. 1
t PHONE 1803. 11
f^EERLEsT^
i CONCERT HALL::
\ Wines i:
% Liquors ;;
I and Cigars
t CflAS. CRAGG, Proprietor !l
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minnesota brings
three'millionTy
sale in the east
Acordlng to advices received from
Seattle on the Mariposa. the Great
Northern liner Minnesota has been
sold to C. W. Morse of New York,
representing powerful Interests on
the cast coast for $3,000,Q00. The
big craft sailed from Seattle for
London November 14, and put back
to San Francisco December 14 in
ditress. The contract for sixteen
now boilers was let January 19 to
the Union Iron Works and the car-[
go taken aboard in Seattle sold.
The Minnesota is still at San Fran
cisco, where the repairs were com
pleted September 15th.
JUNEAU MAN WILL BE
MARRIED IN SEATTLE
Rufe W. Lindsay, well known
mining cngincor of Juneau and
Treadwell and at present associated
with the Speel River Project, is
now a married man, according to
word received in Juneau. The
wedding took place in Seattle last
week and the bride was MIhs Cath
erine Maioney, who last year was
a member of the Douglas school
teaching staff. She is a sister of
Miss Ann Maioney of the nurses
staff of the St. Ann hospital at
Douglas. The* young couple have
many friends on Gastineau Chan
nel and they are expected to ar
rive from the south on an early
boat. They will make their future
home in Juneau.
OLE FOSSE PASSING
OUT THE "CIGARS ON
ACCOUNT OF A BABY
Olc Fosse iB smiling broadly and
j passing out the cigars. Stork De
, Viglinc wont around to Kobbc's
; home at Tenth and Willoughby
? and now Mrs. Fosse Is cuddling an
! "Ight-and-a-half-pound boy baby.
1 .\lrT~Fo8so is one of the employees
of George K. Gilbert, the plumber.
ALAMEDA BRINGS GOOD
ORB CARGO SOUTHBOUND
With a cargo of approximately
1500 tons of copper ore from La
Touche and Cordova, the steamer
Alameda sailed southbound this
afternoon. The following passen
gers left for the south on her:
Bertha E. .Tones, Nols Johnson,
Jennie Isaacson, Axel Isaacson, Mary
llcscacci, Mrs. Marie Kokich and two
children. Mrs. F. L. Boynton, I). N.
Mitchell, John Smith, Frank Rose,
E. C. St roup for Seattle; Mrs. L. A.
Green, J. W. Bell, J. s. Reagan, W.
W. Casey, Jr., -H. A. Bishop. Mrs. C.
Denny, Harvey Dupree, H. S.
Smith, Ben Kettle, W. J. Wright,
James Newman and wife, Judge R.
W. Jennlurrs. James A. Srniser and
John T. Reed for Ketchikan.
The steamer Alameda, which ar- i
j rived front the westward this morn-1
ing, brought the following passen-!
gers for Juneau: Herb Conway, H. |
Shipman. C. J. Johns, C. Fcrdinc. A. j
Sliyman, .Mrs. l'at Lynch. A. Green-1
baum, I., l.abbc, J. D. Pusa, Mike
Botich, A. B. Cooper, and Gust Ar
ueson.
MARIPOSA ARRIVED FROM
SOUTH SUNDAY AFTERNOON
The steamer Mariposa arrived ?
from the south yesterday afternoon I
and remained here unloading freight
until eight o'clock last evening, j
The steamer hud a small passenger
list but brought 136 tons of freight
for Juneau and 61 tons for Thane.
The Juneau arrivals on the Ma
riposa were Fred V. Bergcr and
wife, N. Brown, Ig>tta Osborne, Mrs.
('. Ostrom, Evelyn Thompson, James
K. Pee, I,. Sumcrllno, G. A. Ed
wards. A. It. Edwards, F. M. Jar- j
dine, George Underbill, \\". T. Todd, j
Mrs. J. \Y. Fountain and three j
children, Thomas Phillips, Miss G.
Mandcl, Mrs. P. A. Hall. Mrs. C. \V.
Hawksworth, E. Erlckson, II. Jor
gon an<l F. A. Case.
Those leaving for westward points
were J. \V. Austin, Oscar R. Hart,
Oak Olson, J. L. Fozard, W. K. Mar
tin and John H. Cobb.
JUNEAU MAN INSANE.
Henry Hart, who was arrested
Friday night charged with being
insane on the question of religion,
was tried late Saturday afternoon
in the Commissioner's court and
was found to be insane. The jury
was composed of A. C. Babbage,
Arthur Baldwin, M. ,C. Stewart, \V.
F. Pendergast, F. P. Cook and John
E. Winn. q
SISTER WANTS WORD OF
HER MISSING BROTHER
The Governor's Office is In rcceplt
(' a letter from \V. J. Lindenborg,
Rodm 220, Kneodlcr Building, Man
ila, P. I? In which he asks for
neys of his sister, Miss Catherine
Llndenberg, who presumably left San
Francisco about August 1st for Alas
ka.: Miss Llndenberg Is a trained
nurse and 28 years of age.
Anyone knowing anything as to
Miss Lindenberg's whereabouts, is re
quested to communicate with her
brother, at the above address, or
with the Governor's office. Other
newspapers please copy.
MISS WALLEN WANTED
The Governor's office is in receipt
of a request for Information concern
ing Miss Chnrlotte Wallen, who is
supposed to he in Juneau or vicin
ity. If this item comes to her at
tention. It is requested that sho kind
ly communicate with the Governor's
office. \
AL-KI SOUTHBOUND TOMORROW.
The steamer Al-Kl of the Border
Line, is scheduled to return from
Sitka and sail southbound tomor
row morning.
JUNEAU BANKER WILL LEAVE.
Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Behrends ex
pect to leave for the south on the
steamer Admiral Evans. They will
spend several weeks in the States,
enjoying a vacation.
NOTICE
Department of the Interior )
United States Land Office )
Junouu. Alaska, October 23, 191(1.
Notice is hereby given that Simon
C. Stevenson of Juneau, Alaskn, who
on October 2, 1914, filed homestead
application No. 01725 for the land em
braced in U. ^S. Survey No. 1082,
has filed notice of his Intention to
submit proof to establish his claim
to said land before U. S. Commis
sioner It. W. DeArtnond at his of
fice at Sitka, Alaska, where said
applicant will appear as principal
and witness, on January 31,-4917, at
10 o'clock a. m., and on the came
day before the Register and Receiv
er at Juneau, Alaska, at 10 o'clock
a. nu, where two of the following
named witnesses will appear to sub
mit testimony, to-wit:
Thomas Knudsen, Henry Hansen,
Thomas Thorsen and Andrew Brown,
all of Juneau, Alaska.
Said survey, containing 51.30 acres
is located about 5Vt miles northwest
of Juneau, Alaska, on the northerly
portion of Douglas Island and on Gas
tineau Channel, more particularly de
scribed as follows, to-wit:
Beginning at Cor. No. 1 M. C. on
lino of ordlnnry high tide Gastlncau
Channel, \V. C. due south 2.24 chs.,
whence U. S. I. M. No. 381 bears N.
59" 6' K. 129.74 chs., thence duo S.
27.05 chs., to Cor. No. 2, thence due
W. 14.37 chs., to Cor. No. 3 M. C.
on said line of ordinary high tide,
thence N. 2G.95 chs. to Cor. N. 4. M.
C. on said line, thence meandering
said line, (1C*N. 89? 30' E. 3.00 chs..
(2) N. 18? 45' E. 5.70 chains; (8) N.
10' 15' W. 2.70 chains; (4) S. 01?
30' 3.04 chains; (5) S. 85? 45' E.
7.13 chains; (B) N. 00? 30' E. 3.C2
chains; (7) S. 15? 45' E. 2.08 chains;
(8) S. 24? 15' \V 3.11 chains; (9)
S. 47? 15' W. 1.91 chains; (10) S.
34" 45' r,. J.71 chaius; (11) S. 27?
30' \V. 3.18 chains; to Cor. No. 1,
the place of beginning. Mag. Var.
31? E.
C. B. WALKER, Register.
First publication, Oct. 24, 1910.
Last publication. Jan. 1 1917.
?HI ?i-; i;i) M iimii!' >??? i-i-'f.
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Our Customers j
are our bert j
advertisers! j
We Always Try to'Please j
I =THE=
MECCA
C. B. SECREST, PROP. 1
H I I I 1 I I I I ITH I I'-l I ITriTn g
PACIFIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY
ADMIRAL LINE
Our large float of magnificent steamships offers frequent and perfect
service between all ports In
ALASKA AND CALIFORNIA
Southwestern Alaska Route Southeastern Alaska Route
Loave Juneau LeaveyJuneau
Admiral Watson..Nov. 15th. City of Seattle Nov. 19th.
For Yakutat. Katalla, Cor- T
dova. Valdez, Port Wells, For Haines and Skagway
Seward, Port Graham.
puget Sound route
For Seattle, Tacoma, Prince Rupert, Ketchikan, Wrangell and
Petersburg.
Admiral Evans, November 14th. City of Seattle, November 20th.
CALIFORNIA ROUTE
Leaves Seattle Mondays, Fridays, and Saturdays for San Francis
co, Los Angeles and San Diego
San Francisco to Los Angeles daily except Sunday.
San Francisco to San Diego Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
If your ticket reads PACIFIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY you are
assured of the very best.
For Full Particulars Call or Address
S. H. EWING, Agent Juneau Alaskt H. GALLAGHER, Asst. Agt.
I
I DON'T FORGET
When purchasing your steamship tickets from Juneau, take
advantage of the new rates now in effect and secure same
through to your final destination via the
; ] UNION PACIFIC SYSTEM
from Seattle. This will save you money. UNION PACIFIC
| is both a summer and winter travel route. Its geographical
position not only Insures Its being a comfortable way to go in
K'j summer, but also makes It comparatively free from annoying
winter delays. Through standard and tourist sleepers; dining
car service second to none; and Automatic "Safety" Signal Pro
tection.
H. A. LAWRENCE, P. 0. Box 403,
111 Seward St.
Juneau, Alanka.
I UNION PACIFIC SYSTEM I
|! '
If TV THE HOUSE OF |
Louvre oar good liquors
The Famous Waterfill and Freazier Whiskies
MOVING PICTURES EVERY EVE. 8 TO 12 O'CLOCK |
E. S. HOLDEN, MANAGER
The Oriental Limited
The Glacier Park Limited
The Southeast Express
THREE HIGH CLASS TRAINS LEAVE SEATTLE DAILY
Spokane, St. Paul, Chicago, Omaha, Denver, Kansas City, St. I
Louis and "Way Down" East and South.
Through Low Rates Are in Effect to Principal Cities.
I In Connection with the Alaska Steamship Company, the Admiral j
Lino and the Border Line Transportation Company.
J A. S. Dautrick Traveling Freight and Passengers Agent, Room I
18, Valentine Building,
j T. J. Moore, City Passenger Age"t, Second and Columbia, Seattle I
Piano Tuner'
GEORGE ANDERSON, Expert- Twen-|
j ty year* experience. Factory repre
sentative for high gradv planoa and
: player pianos. Address Box 991.
?Phone 143.
i * *
Gastineau Tranopcrtatlon Co. 1
j Sailing from Hunter and Dick- |
i In son float Tuesday at midnight |
i for Skagway and way ports.
Sailing Friday at midnight for j
Jualin, Comet and way ports. |
! * * ,
TOR YOUR
FIREPLACE
We Absolutely Guarantee
! Diamond
Briquets
to be the most satisfactory
an<J economical fuel you
can buy. They will cost
you nothing if not as we
claim.
PACIFIC COAST
COAL COMPANY
Give us your next order for trans
fer work or coal. Juneau Transfer
Company. Phono 48.
Cote's Dock, Juneau
City Dock, Douglas
ISLAND FERRY CO
das Boat "Gent"
15 CENTS
LEAVE JUNEAU
G:00 A. M. 3:30 P. M.
7:10 A. M. 4:30 P. M.
8:30 A. M. 5:35 P. M.
9:30 A. M. 6:45 P. M.
10:30 A. M. 7:30 P. M.
11:30 A. M. 8:30 P. M.
12:30 P. M. 9:20 P. M.
10:20 P. M.
1:30 P. M. 11:00 P. M.
2:30 P. M.
12:00 Midnight Saturday Only
LEAVE DOUGLAS
6:36 A. M. 3:00 P. M.
8:00 A. M. 4:15 P. M.
9:00 A. M. ' 5:15 P. M.
10:00 A. M. 6:i5 P. M.
11:00 A. M. 7:00 P. M.
12.00 No: i 8:00 P. M.
1:00 P. M. 9:00. P. M.
2:00 P. M. 10:00 P. M.
10:40 P. M.
11:15 P. M. ;
12:15 A. M. 3aturdny Only
msammmBmar
"Tillacum"
Leaves City Float, Juneau, for
DOUGLAS and TENAKEE
every Tuesday morning at 8
o'clock.
Open for charter when not
on Kchcdulo.
PHONE 381-2
| INDEPENDENT j
MARKET i:
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X Phor.e 1-2-9 1
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X Julius Rhelnbcrger, Prop.
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? Eastern Corn Fed Beef?Live
? Chickens ? Home Made \ [
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EERRY TIME [CARD
Juneau Ferry 8 Nav.Co
OPERATING
ALMA, LONE FISHERMAN, TEDDY
FARE 15c
20-Ride Comrauntation Tickets $2.50
Leaves Juneau for Douglas, Tread
well and Thane
6:00 a. m. 1:00 p. m. 7:00 p. m.
?2:20 p. m.
7:15 a. m. 3:15 p. m. 8:00 p. m.
9:00 a. m. 4:45 p. m. 9:30 p. m.
11:00 a. m. 5:45 p. in. 11:15 p. ra.
Saturday Night Only 12:30 a. m.
Leaves Douglas for Treadwell and
Thano
6:10 a. m. 1:10 p. m. 7:10 p. m.
7:25 a. m. 3:25 p. m. 8:10 p. m.
9:10 a. m. 4:55 p. m. 9:40 p. m.
11:10 a. m. 6:55 p. m. 11:26 p. m.
Saturday Night Only 12:40 a. m.
Leaves Treadwell For Thane
6:15 a. ra. 1:15 p. ra. 7:15 p. ra.
7:30 a. m. 3:30 p. m. 8:15 p. m.
9:15 a. m. 5:00 p. m. 9:45 p. m.
11:15 a. m. 6:00 p. m. 11:30 p. m.
Saturday Nightly Onl 12:45 a. ui.
Leaves Thane For Treadwell, Doug
las and Juneau
6:25 a. m. 1:25 p. m. 7:25 p. m.
8:10 a. m. 4:10 p. m. 8:25 p. ra.
9:25 a. ra. 5:10 p. ra. 9:56 p. ra.
11:25 a. m. 6:10 p. m. 12:10 a. ra.
Saturday Night Only 12:66 a. ra.
Leaves Treadwell For Douglas and
Juneau
6:35 a. m. 1:35 p. m. 7:35 i, m.
?2:35 p. m.
8:20 a. m. 4:20 p. m. 8:35 p. m.
9:35 a. m. 5:20 p. m. 10:05 p. m.
11:36 a. m. G:20 p. m. 12:20 a. ra.
Saturday Night Only 1:05 a. ra.
Leaves Douglas For Juneau
6:40 a. m. 1:40 p. m. 7:40 p. m.
?2:40 p. m.
8:26 a. m. 4:25 p. m. 8:40 p. m.
9:40 a. m. 5:2G p. in. 10:10 p. m.
11:40 a. m. 6:25 p. in. 12:25 a. m.
Saturday Night Only 1:10 a. m.
(?To Treadwell and D< uglaa Only.)
subject to chango wl Jiout notice

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