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\ IS THE MEDIUM I Through which the general I . public can always have its wants supplied. I Closing time for classified advertisements: 2 F. M. Closing time for display ad- 1 vertisements: 11 A. M. CLASSIFIED AD RATES Ten cents per line first in sertion. , Five cents for subsequent in sertion. Special rates by the month. Count five average words to I ^ the line._ ^ FOR RENT—Houses FOR RENT—House. Mrs. Mont gomery Davis, Sixth and Seward. FOR SALE FOR SALE—Kitchen range ( and table; large heating ^gove, rocking ch«tr1f Apply Mrs. John Richards, Phone Treadwell 8. FOR SALE — Two thoroughbred cockerel spaniel pups, inquire T. M Davis, P. O. Box 751, Juneau. FOR SALE—Man's astrakhan fur coat with beaver collar and cuffs. Apply 403 Franklin Street. FOlt SAIJS—Gojod horse, about 16QC lb's. Apply' Mills & Robertson, Douglas. Old papers rcr sale, Zbc. per bun dle, at .Empire office. ( WANTED WANTED—One heavy-duty ma rine engine; 16 h.p., 4-cycle; must be in workable condition. Ciive full particulars in first letter. Louis Peterson, Petersburg, Alaska. WANTED — Plain sewing for ladles or children 401 Seward St. MISCELLANEOUS ' PIANO FOR SENT—Pbous 112 • K k » • : > c PALMISTS • -r<-■ PALMIST—Come asd have '■jHt fortune told from jour | Hand. Work, bxuinen, mar | rk*• and the future aocn- | _ rately foretold; 108 Front “ Street I -* | HELP WANTED ^ WANTED — Woman to work -n'.ofctil'OKt* or p/teynoons. Mrs Wall stedt, 525 Maip St. WANTED—Chamber maid Apply iCIrcta City ’ Wotel. BOAT FOR CHARTE R~ Power seine boat "U and I" for charter; 58 ft., 19 ton. 40 h.p Standard engine, good aeommoda tton. excellent service for towing, carrying passengers and freight; ahx> good for cannery tender Ad dress Samuel G. Johnson, Killisnoo. Alaska. FOR RENT—Apartments FOR RENT -t-V’oAier apart fhent; 5 rooms, apd bath; sunny, cheerful; newly syn<l fully furnished, newly - tintwl;. 'splendid view Inquire Ju nes*- Apartments. Foil ITent —3 and 4-room furn ; ished Apartments. 421.*6 E Seventh ; St. PKo*e 2004. . r FOR' RENT — Three-room furn . ished at in Gross Apartments over Britt’* Drug Store Call at the J Coliseum ■ CLIFF APARTMENTS On toe cliff next to the Court- | house—“The Cozy Corner of ! Juneau;*’ 2. 3, 4 room apart- : ments fully furnished for | housekeeping Clean and re spectable. Suitable for small families, ladles or gentlemen. Bach apartment a home by It self Strictly private In every respect, Including linen, lights, | baths, etc.. Telephone services Warm and comfortable Reason- ; •bis rates. | ---a i— DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR United States Land Office Juneau, Alaska Serial 03955 December 6 -1920. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that Hugh P. Riley of Juneau. Al aska, has filed application, serial 03955 under the provisions of the Homestead Laws of the United States and the amendatory acts thereof, to make entry on the lands embraced within U. S. Survey No 1172 situated at the entrance to St James Bay on t£e West side of Lynn Canal in Latitude 58° 33' 30" N. and Longitude 136° 10' W. and more particularly described as fol lows: Commencing at Ccr. No. 1 on the line of ordinary high tide of Lynn Canal, whence W C. hears West 1.25 chains and U. S. L. M. No. 1172 bears S. 18° 00' 30" E. 23.39 Chs.; thence meandering along the said Lynn Canal (1) S. 0° 01' E. 12.72 chs; (2) S. 27° 01’ E. 5.08 chs; (3) N. 89" 48' E. 3.69 chs; (4) S. 18° 12' E. 2.77 chs.; (5) S. 16° 20' E., 3.62 clis.; (6) 31" 14' W„ 4.22 Chs.; (7) S. 15° 05' E. 8.00 chs. to Cor. No. 2 M. C. whence W. C. bears West 2.70 clis.; thence West 62.29 chs. to Cor. No. 3 thence North 34 58 chs. to Cor. No. 4 thence East 64.50 chs. to Cor. 1 the place of beginning, containing 200.78 acreB. Variation 32° 02' E Known as Survey 1172. Any and all persons claiming ad versely any of the above lands are required to file with the Register of; the United States Land Office 'at Juneau, Alaska, within the period of publication or thirty day,s there-; aTter, their adverse claim or he barred by the provisions of the statute. FRANK A IlOYLE, Register First publication, Dec. 2 1920. Last publication, Feb. 8, 1921. MES PAIN OUT OF RHEUMATISM . 'leep Sloan's bandy for backache strains and sprains, too SLOAN’S Liniment has been sold for 39 years. Today, it is mofe popular than ever. There can be but one answer—Sloan’s produces re sults. - ^ u- -q Applied without ruhlAttf, it penetrates - to t:.c afflicted p-rt, bringing relief bum rheumatic toinges, sciatica; sore,^ t'.ili, str»intd muscles; backaches, sprains, and other external pains, often the re 't of exposure. It leaves no cv sixes-, skin txir. or cl gcc-d p.res. Get a Urge bdu‘e**f >t greater econ omy. Keep it .iar.dx c when needed. Y< ur drug —i. ... Three sizes—33c, 70c, $1. Sioat^s Linimenf(5$ Juneau Ferry & Navigation Company Leaving Joneaa for Bougiaa, Tread well and Thane 7:10am. 12:15pm. 6:00pm •9:30a.m. 12:00p.m. |7:30p.m tl:00a.m *3:16pm. 9:40pm 4 : 4Op m. 11:21pm Leave Doofiai for Treadwell and Thane 7:25am 12 30pm. *:56pjD •9:46am •3:25pm. U:60p.m 4.55pm. 5:15pm. 41:15am Leave Treadwell for Thane 7:30am 12:25pm. «:20p.m •9:50a.m *3:2r.pm. 10:00pm 6:06p.m. ll:65p.m tl:20a m Leave Thane for Treadwell, Douflai and Jnreaa 8:10a m *12 6 p a 10:16p m •10:06am 4 06pm 12 00pm £ 15; m 4l:6(am i Z £ zl Leave Treadwell for Donglaa asd Jnneaa 8:25am. *1 .5pm 5:60pm •10:20am 4 25pm lO.JOpm 6 10p x. 12:16a.m 41 60a m Leave Donrlai For Jnnean 8 ■ 30a m • 1 16p a o tip a •10:26a m 2 Up a 7:46p.» 4 : 26; a. 10 3tp m I 12: 20a m 4 1:66a b *—FYe1*-fct will le a^erp’t^ S—Call Don*2aa na'y 4—Saturday eliri*. psly All Preifkt AoMpted al faippae'< Alik xad Van Be. Vrrmid lng roams, fully supplied with j •11 modern Conveniences, lnelud- : lng ;ilght', water, baths. All | outside rooms Splendid view i of the Channel Two. 3 and 4- j room suites suitable for private families Special winter ratee. . THE SEA VIEW Hat clean, cozy apartments In 2, 8 and 4-room suites for bachelors looking for clean quarters. Running water In all rooms Rates verv reason- ■ able for the winter. Phone 1.....—■ T ORPHEUM BOOMS -.T j Steam heated, furnished rooms. I | Hot and cold running water | ■ in every room. Transient j j ratea 91.00 and np. | Corner Main and Willoughby i i Phone 999. | »---■ POLLY AaND HER PALS ma't ~T«e. uuav ^N. “"•^r r>i&T 0*1 >S \ ■ w . Music Without Notes Would Suit Pa. — — gy CLIFF STERREtl _____.__— - - - .t T^o LOaiTia-IUL £ | IS M1Z CR^SHfrfZ.' mmm om!T>o<iT7|jB" Pi J&'- |i^4J| '"t’.frr.bt. 1920. F«ttur« S*r*-• b» Bdttn r>*b«» ' , (^hniXAiAiL/ m/ \aa+i. j Kig&aiP t ^ -ws-^ fcima i 1 r°j > r ! ! M 1 .1 _ (jocd ! 60 ‘YeGStt.F —a j a 6^mEl <3‘ SoliXaiizfc. iV'ibet <S<^p- 1: '] \jr &T sr-* cQTtfffc*.£fr. ^. r- . IRISH EARL AND FAMILY IN AMERICA FOR WINTER The Earl and Countess of Granard, snapped when they arrived la America with their three children. They are, frbm left to right:—Via count Forbes, Lady Eileen orbes and Lady Moira Forbes. The Earl of Granard, glad to be away from Ireland for a time, said upon his arrival that be expected to "live and die an Irishman.” ■-.-« | ALASKA NOTES | i »-m Two tractors with trailers are making round trips daily betw ec the Premier mine and Hyder. Twcl.e tons of ore are transported on each trip. The Valdez hospital outfit has be* .1 sold to Dr. E. L Anderson, ol La touche. ' Dr. Joseph Silverman and Grace K Miller, former residents of Valdez, were recently married at Seattle. The newlyweds are now at Oregon City. Oregon, where Dr. Silverman will practice his profession. E^enslve work will be started in the spring on the Goodmill property at Cedar Bay, near Valdez, accoi ing to a statement made recently by C. H. Mills, manager. Dr George 1 laxity, formerly at La touche, is .now conducting an apati meat house at Seattle. H D. Campbell Is circulating a pe tition at Wrangell, according to the Sentir.;!. for the appointment' of John Rustgard for Bfstrii t Judge. \V A. Prips will leave Skagway rh :t y for Wrangell to relieve <J. W. V; sh. '.v in the Bank of Alaska. Tin latter is going to the States for a month - vacation. Thf Wrangell Fire department will give a masquerade ball on Washing ton's birthday. Pansies were picked at Wrangell on January 2. M S. Perkins, owner of the Weekly Report published at Petersburg, has renounced an increase in the sub s- ription rates from $il to $1. The advertising rates have been increased about 60 per cent. The Pioneers of Hyder will hold a masquerade ball on St. Valentine s day. HYDER PIONEERS ELECT At a recent meeting of the mem U-rs of Hyder Igloo, Pioneers of Al aska, the following officers were elected: President, T H. Evans, 1st Vice President. A A. Frazer; 2nd Vice President, M It Jamieson; Treasurer. Walter lilanton; Chaplain Theasurer. Walter Blanton; Chaplain Jas Pitcher; Historian. B. M. Stone; t re elec ted l Sergeant at-arms, Fellt. Sejipi; Trustees. V \ McLeod, Dan Lindeborg, B. M. Stone. BENEFIT DANCE FRIDAY FOR EUROPEAN ORPHANS Arrangements have heen completed for a benefit dance to be given in Parish Hail next Friday night for1 the benefit of the starving children of Europe. Woofter's four piece orchestra has been secured to furnish music for the occasion and what is said to be a good live floor committee has been appointed to assist in carrying out , the various details. t Those' having the affair in charge express hope that there will be a large crowd present to assist in making the affair a pleasant one and to help out this most worthy cause. Women Need Swamp-Root Thousands of women have kidney and bladder trouble and never sus pect ft. Women’s complaints often prove to be nothing else but kidney trou ble. or the result of kidney or blad der disease. I If the kidneys are not in a healthy condition, they may cause the' other organs to become dis eased. Pain in’ the back, headache, loss of ambition, nervousness, are often urn s symptoms of kidney trouble.! Don’t delay starting treatment. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, a phys ician's prescription, obtained at any drug store, may be just the remedy needed to overcome such conditions. Get a medium or large size bot He immediately from any drug drug store. However, if you wish first to test this great preparation send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, \'. Y., for a sample bottle. When writing he sure and mention the Alaska Daily Empire, Juneau, Al aska. (advertisement. *--—--a Alaska Transfer Co. ! General Hauling. Baggage I ' Coal. Contract Hanling. ! Main St. Phone 45 I ■-1 Juneau Public Library and FREE READING ROOM City Hall, Second Floor. Main Street at 4th. Reading Room Open FToni x a m to XO p. m Circulation Room Open KTon 12 m. to 6 p m. — 7:00 p m. to 8:30 p. m. • Current Magazines, Newipapen Reference Books, Eto. FREE TO ALL Fraternal Societies -OF Gastineau Channel *B . P . 0 . ELKS Meeting v» eunenua/ i Evening at 8:00 o'clock Blks’ Hall J. A. SNOW, Exalte<l Ruler. /OpHN A. DAVIS. Secretary. Co-Ordinate Bodies Scottiah Bite Jan. 7 — Regular]? business meetingll all Bodies. Installs- U tion qf Officers Con-^" sistory. Jan. 21. — uegree wor*. a Lodge'of Peffection. I. O. O. F. SILVER BOW LODGE NO. 1. Meets every Thursday evening ai Odd Fellows* Hall, 2nd and Franklin Sts. Warren H. Wilson. Sec'y. Fran* O'Brien, Noble Grand. Visiting I.O.O.F. welcome. _^ MOUNT JUNEAU LODGE NO. 147, F. * A. M. Stand Communication Second and Fourth Mot day* if each Month, In Odd Fellow# Hall, beginning a* 7:S0 o'clock. J. W. McDaniels, Maater. H B BROWN. Secretary. Order of the „ EASTERN STAR Second and Fourth Tuea days of each month At B o ciock, i. r. nail CLEMENTINE WAHLGREEN. W M. HARRT E. BROWN. Bec'y. - KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS SEOHERS COUNCIL No. 1760. Meetings second er l last Mondays at 7:30 p. m. Transient Broth ers urged to attend. Council Chambers Fifth St. Martin A. L&venlk, G.' K. James F. Hurley, Sec'y. PERSEVERANCE PtEBEKAH LOOQE NO. t-A, I. O. O. F. Meets 1st. and 3d. Tues. evenings In Odd Fellows' Hall, 8 o'clock. Visiting members always welcome. Alice Laugh Un, Sec'y.; Ldna E. Folly. N. Q. SHRINE DANCE Third Thursday every month A. B. HALL Invitational Informal AMERICAN LEGION Alford John Bradford Post No. 4, Juneau, Alaska. Regular meeting* on second Thursday of °ach month, at 8 p. m , Elks’ Lodge Room. John J. Woodard, Post Commander. Phono 3902; Geotge E. Mann, Secretary. Phone 198. "i — LOYAL ORDER OF W\ MOOSE. Juneau Lodge 700 XfeetB every Friday Moose Hall. S Wallstedt, Dictator; R. H. Stevens, Secretary. *-■ WOMEN OF MOOSEHEART I LEGION Juneau Chapter No. 439 Meeting second and fourth | Tuesday of each month, 8 I o’clock, Moose Hall. Senior Re- j gent, Mrs. Sigurd Wallstedt. | Secretary, Mrs. G. Ingman. | ■-B ■-■ Kodak and Photo Supplies NORTHWESTERN KODAK I : SUPPLY CO. I Eastman Kodak Co. I 1415 Fourth Avenue Seattle j. ■ —-g DISTINCTIVE TALLY CARDS AT CARTWRIGHT’S « ALL PRICES — _I Start The New Year Right With a Bank Account f. ) n *' -v* . ■M 1 ■——■■■ I———p—— • i J ’ • \ 'rM o: ’ 1 The First National Bank ot Juneau . . __ - ALASKA MEAT COMPANY JOHN RECK, Manager. Wholesale and Retail Butchera Beef, Mutton, Pork, Chickens, Oysters, Fish, Home-Made Sausage, Ham and Bacon. SEWARD STREET.PHONE 8®. CANNERY MEN! -. . / , . . „ .. . NOW is the TIME to place your order for STAR shape TRAP ANCHORS. We can cast ANY SIZE. Anchors are semi-steel cast and will not crack or breqflf We will also east trap web weighty •• any size. Write for price arid particulars. Enterprise Foundry ■ . ESTABLISHED ISIS. - • - JUNEAU, ALASKA. FOR SALE Second-Hand %-Inch Plow Steel Cable, 6-19, in Good Condition; Also “Climax” Horizontal Engine, Single Cylinder, 20 H. P. Apply ALASKA GASTINEAU MINING COMPANY, Thane, Alaska. tFOR PRINCE RUPERT, VANCOUVER VICTORIA?^SEATTLE | . S SMm&ss ilfl'H Leaves Juneau January 13, Jaimary 2,7 t Baggage bonded through A SHttciek tTaeaengerat have no trouble or delay account customa or* Immigration regulations. R. F. RICHARDSON. General Agent.iJuneau. f ’ i DAVE EVANS. Agint, feiaidh | ALASKA ! STEAMSHIP COMPANY SAFETY — SERVICE — SPEED Tickets to Seattle and Tacoma NORTH—ARRIVE JUNEAU SOUTH—FROM JUNEAU Northwestern .Jan. 10 Jefferson Jan. 12 Jefferson .Jan. 13 Alameda .Jan. 17 Alameda .Jan. 84 % • ' 'M- } W. E. NOWELL. Agent, JuneauPhone 2*-*. — — - ELMER E. SMITH, Agent, Douglas; Phone Douglas 33. -- ^ -- - n SCHEDULE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE Steamer Leaves Seattle Northbound Westbound Southbound Spokane Jan. 12 Jan. 22 City of Seattle Jan la Jan 18 Jan. 18 Ad. Watson Jan. 20 Feb. 1 Feb. 10 Three Sailings per week from Seattle, San Francisco, Los Angeles and San Diego TICKET OFFICE ON ADMIRAL DOCK; J. H. KLINE, Agt. Phone 4. GUY SMITH, AGENT AT DOUGLAS; Phone 18. SAFETY COURTESY SPEED SERVICE .