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YOU WILL SAVE MONEY By letting the People's Plumber do your Piumblng. All work guaranteed. Phone 441, Res. Phone 159. 211 Seward St. Juneau Transfer Company Moves, Packs and Stores Freight And Baggage. r Prompt Delivery of Ladyimitk Coal Phone 48. SPECIAL SALE A treat that every one should take advantage of. Goods in good display. Come and see for yourself. J. M. GIOVANETTI Neglecting That Cold or Cough? Why, when Dr. King’s New Discovery So Promptly Checks It? Letting the om cough or c m drag on, or the new one develop seriously, is folly, especially when ' druggists, yqu can get such a proved and successful remedy as Dr. King’s New Discovery. For over fifty years, a standard remedy for coughs, colds and grippe. Eases croup also. Loosens up the phlegm, quiets the crotipy cough, stimulates the bowels, thus relieving the congestion. All druggist.:, 6J cents, $1.20 a bottle. ^ For colds and coughs New Discovery Wake Up Clear Headed That “tired out feeling" mornings, is due to constipation. You can, quickly and easily ri 1 your ell of it by taking Dr. King’s 1 ills. 1 hry art mildly, stir up the liver and bring a healthy bowel action. Same old price, 25 cents. JUNEAU LUMBER MILLS Manufacturer* of High grade Sitka Spruce and Hemlock lumber. Local and export trade solicited. Mills at Juneau, Alaska SEATTLE OFFICE: 503 Mutual Life Building Seattle, Wa*h. LEGION BOUTS AT SITKA ATTRACT BIG ATTENDANCE Six Boxing Bouts anti Wrest ling Match Are Staged at Successful Smoker. i Special Correspondence.) SITKA. Alurka, March 20.—Five loxing hold:■ and a wrestling match’ wove staged by the local post of the American lay-ion at a smoker lit r 1 Tliur.sh. y night, attended byj ! virtually the entire male population. The preliminaty w-.s'.t "kid af fair," Willie Hanlon winning a de cision over .George Sarvrla on point after three rounds. The second bout wrs a three 1 pound mix up between George; Knapp, weight 1S:t pounds and A. Rartlebaugh. 152 pounds, in which the decision was given Bartlebaugb on a foul in the first round. From tin way they mixed, there was evi dently bad blood at the start. The next was a three-round go between Peter Sing, 22nd Infantry, 136 pounds and Shorty Waliiser. U. S. Navy, 128 pounds. This was the fastest, gamest and cleanest' bout of the evening. Decision was given to Sing on points. The crowd ■bowed enthusiasm tor Shorty’s gamencss and come-back and was highly pleased with Sing's elbow J tactics. Sing, besides having had I years of ring experience, outweigh-, ed Shorty eight pounds. Wiestling’ Match, In the wrestling match between; } Nick Trierschield, 170 pounds vs j Percy Hirst, 150 pounds, Triers jchield got the first fall in eight min ' i tes 40 secondss, and the second! i lull in one minute 40 seconds. Both ; are experienced wrestlers but the j weight favored Trierschield. The fifth bout was one of four rounds—Arthur Hirst, 159 pounds vs. Geo. Allard. 140 pounds. li i was fast and furious. Allard, out weighed and outreached, went fast; until the last round when the gong sued him from a knockout, as he hung on the ropes. Decision went 0 Hirst. The Allard family reversed mat Itc.rs in the main event, however, when Peter Allard of Sitka, put away Pierce of the Navy via tb s knockout rout. The men arc heavy-’ | wc-ights, each tipping the scales at 172 pounds. Saved by Gong1. At* the opening of the bout Pierce! showed great speed and bead. work, forcing Allard to the ropes and landing two stiff jolts to the’jaw Allard kept bis head, however, and waited bis opportunity, which .came in the last few seconds of the, round when ho landed a Jiaymaker1 'n the body which all bill pul Picr< ^ lout. The gong sounded before A'• 1 id could follow up his advantage Pierce had itoticcably slowed u;> j when the second round opened an 1 j from then on it was all Allard. Ti. | Sitka swapper floored Pierce for a court of nine in the first, minute! if the fracas and repeated with a vicious punch to the jaw in the closing seconds of the round. The i gong again prevented a knockout. Knock Out in Third. Tiio finish came about two sec onds after the gong had sounde 1 j for the t hird round. Pierce, gam-' but outclassed, staggered from hv I corner and walked into a punch to the jaw that sent him in a heap on the floor, completely knock i out. Fight fans ail agree it was the fastest smoker ever staged her'1, every man working for a K. O. from the first round. Officers: Refer*, c, Jack Lerstiui; ’Uineke-pers. F. P. Ulrich, K. M Goddard; judges, H. D. Stabler, Tames Hurley, II. J. Collins. The Sitka Band contributed selections I during the evening. Enough credit cannot be given : to Waldo Mills, E. M. Polley, Pet r Demprev and Alfred Tilson, com mittee in charge, for tlie energetic manner in which they tackled the arrangiaents, resulting in what i claimed to lie as tine a program as j ever given in the North. Old papers for sale at tha Empire office, 25 cents a bundle •---7-—7-1* New Spring Lines Of Detmer Woolens Here THE PIONEER STORE i | H. IIEIDORN 2d near Main 1-f I JUNEAU ELECTRIC CO. for Your Work and Supplies WILL RETURN TO YANKEES J. Franklin Raker, otherwise Home Run Baker, will return to the New York (Yankees. He has been staying on bis farm in Trappe, Mil after announcing that he would no longer play ba!L His hatting anil fielding ability ought to help the New York team a hundred per cent DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR United States Land Office Serial 04752 Juneau, Alaska, February 23, 1921 NOTICE is hereby given that pursuant to the.Act of Congress ap proved May 10, 1872, and the Acts amendatory thereto, George If. Whit ney of Juneau, Alaska, has filed application Serial 04752 in the U. S. Land Office at Juneau, Alaska, for patent for seven hundred fift? eight (758 ) linear feet on the ‘ Christmas” lode claim and eight hundred forty (840) linear feet on the “Enterprise” lode claim, with surface ground 300 feet on either side of said lode line, the said lode claims being embraced in the f. S Mineral Survey No. 1 428 situat'd on the south shore of Lemisurier Island, Sitka Mining District in Latitude 58° 15' 20" N, Longitude 136 ° 05' 40" W, at U. S. M. M. No. 1427, the said claims being more particularly described as fol lows: CHRISTMAS CLAIM Commencing at Corner No. 1, whence IJ. S M M. No. 1427 bears S 15° 41' 10" E ] 64.99 feet, thence west 600 feet to Corner No. 2, thence north 9° 30' west 758 feet to Corner No. 3, thence east 600 feet to Corner No. 4, thence south 9° 30' east 757 feet to Corner No. 1, the place of beginning, con taining an area of 10.298 acres, magnetic variation 28' 30’ east. ENTERPRISE CLAIM Commencing at Corner No. 1, whence U. S; M. V. No. 14 27 bears S 9° 59' 20" E 822.64 feet, thence west 600 feet to corner No. 2, thence north 14° 00' ea;.«t 840 feet to Corner No. 3, thence east 600 feet to Corner No. 4, thence sonth 14° 00' went 840 feet to Corner No. 1, the place of be ginning, containing an urea of 1 1.227 acres, magnetic varia tion 28° 30' oast. The claims are bounded on all sides by vacant and unoccupied ground excepting on the east by the "Icy Strait Limestone Placer Claim.’’ Any and all persons claiming ad versely the above lode mining ground, or premises, or any portion thereof, are required to file their adverse claims with the Register of the United States Land Office at Juneau. Alaska, within the period of publication or eight months thereafter or be barred by the pro visions of the statute. FRANK A. BOYLE. Register. First publication, Feb. 25, 1921. Last publication, April 26. 1921. ■-• I 1 Alaska Transfer Co. General Hauling. Baggage I Coal. Contract Hauling, i Main St. Phene 41 I f •--m Henry Berry, neater in Curioa Specialty, Ivory Beads. 165 Front Street. _—adv. NOTICE TO VOTERS. The registration boons lor quail fieri voters of the City of Juneau, Territory of Alaska, for the year nineteen hundred and twenty-one (1921), are now open in the City Clerk’s Office in the City Hall, and will remain open until Saturday. April 2nd, 1921, at the hour of five o’clock I* M. of said day. All per sons desiring to vote at the regular municipal election to be held April 5th, 1921, should register now, as persons not registered will not be permitted to vote. That the qualifications for electors,' at said election are as follows: Aliy full citizen of the United States, either male or female, is en titled to exercise the elective frail liise in the City of Juneau, pro I idee such person shall be of the .'all ago of twen'y-one years, and * who shall hav<; been a bona-fide resident ot the Territory of Alaska for one year, and of the City of rutieau for m months immediately receding the date of election. Dated at Juneau, Alaska, this ’1st day of February, 1921. A. cl. COLE, Registration Officer, ■’irst publication, Feb. 21, 1921. .ast publication, March 20, 1921 I NOTICE TO CREDITORS. In the Commissioner's Court for the Territory of Aiaska. Before H. B. Le Ferre, Commissioner, and ex officio Probate Judge Juneau Pre cinct. n the Mv i <>t' the Estate of PAT DALY. Dec ; sed. Notice herdy given that the •ndersigjMd l o ti duly appoint ’d Admini. o’ <" the estate of Pat Dal.'., tlf • a•••<!«!. All persons ht.ving eh itist .said estate ■I-' hereby rn ted to present the f ine, du!> \ rit I trid with proper vouchers attached, to the under signed at N’ inner 424 Goldstein Building .Dun • . Alaska, within eix months li in Die dale of this notice. Dated t .Dineaii. Alaska, March 19th, 19 21 II. L. FAULKNER, Administrator. First pub) ■ ion March 21. 1921. L:\rt I’uitli lion April 11. 1921. CITY CAFE Front St., near City Dock I We Never Close Special Chinese Dishes ■---■ ! CASE HOTEL f i — l I Opposite City Wharf, Over ' McMillan’s Store Telephone 225. •-■ DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR United States Land Office Serial 04753 Juneau, Alaska, February 23, 1921. NOTICE is hereby given that i pursuant to the Act of Congress! | approved May 10, 1872, and the! Acts amendatory thereto, George II Whitney, of Juneau, Alaska, has; filed application Serial 04753 in the II. S. Land Office at Juneau, Alaska, for patent for Thirteen Hundred and Twenty ( 1320) feet in length and Six Hundred and Sixty (600) ot in width on the “Icy Strait Limestone Placer Claim,” the said olacer claim being embraced in the •'? S. Mineral Survey No. 1)27, sit tatod on the soutn shore of Lend-} surier Island, Sitka Mining District, in Latitude 58° 15' 20" north,! Longitude 136° 05' 40" west at a. S. M. M. No. 1427, the said claim being more particularly de scribed as follows. \ Commencing at Corner No. 1 whence U. S. M. M. No. 1 427 bears 3 66° 09' 20" E, 8.39 feet, thence! NT 9’ 30' W 660 feet to Corner' No. 2, thence N 68° 08' E 1320 feet ! !o Corner No. 3, thence S 9° 30' ! E 660 feet to Corner No. 4, thence ! 3 68° 08' W 1320 feet to Corner No. 1, the place of beginning, con taining an area of 19.536 acres,i ! magnetic variation 28° 30' east. Said claim is bounded on thci west by the “Christmas” lode claim,! >n the north by unoccupied ground, on the east by the “Balance” placer: claim, and on the south by waters | if Icy Strait. Any and all persons claiming ad versely the above placer mining ground, or premises, or any portion j thereof, are. required to file their idverse claims with the Register of he United States Land Office at! Juneau, Alaska, within the period of publication or eight months! thereafter or he barred by the j provisions of the statute. FRANK A. BOYLE, Register. First publication, Feb. 25,'1921. j bast publication, April 26, 1921. “ JAPANESE TOY" SHOP “ H. B. MARINO I Front Street I ! P. 0. 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