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IS THE MEDIUM Through which the general public can always have its wants supplied. Closing time for classified advertisements: 2 F. M. Closing time for display ad vertisements: 11 A. M. CLASSIFIED AD EATES Ten cents per line first in •ertior Five cents for subsequent in s rtion. Special rates by the month. Count five average words to the line. ____I _FOR RENT_ I COMFORTABLE, steam - heated rooms for rent. Call 034 Main St., or Phone 199. BOAT FOR CHARTER Power seine boat "U and I” for charter; 08 ft., 19 ton, 40 lip Standard etigine, good accommoda tion, excellent service for towing,; carrying passengers a„(i freight; also good for cannery tender. Ad dress Samuel G. Johnson, Killisnoo, j Alaska. _6 FOR HIRE—Cruiser "Ixuralne.” Speedy, commodious and comfort-' able. Will take travelers any place | in S. E. Alaskan waters on call by wire or letter. SAM GAUFFIN i Petersburg. FOP RENT—-Houses FOR RENT—Six-room house on Gold St. Inquire Nugget Shop. FOR RENT — Furnished houses I and cabins R. E. Clark, 214 4th St. * FOR RENT—House. Mrs. Mont gomery Davis, Sixth and Seward. * * HELP WANTED WANTED—Chambermaid at Circle; City Hotel. WANTED—Sit u a f ion WANTED—-Position as stenogra pher. Experienced in bookkeeping Box C81. FOR SALE FOR SALE— Dining < room table and ct# rs, buffet, kitchen table and chairs, 2 beds, springs and mat tresses, 2 dressers, chiffonier, 2 rockers, music cabinet, electric washing- machine, small table, Mon arch range, laundry stove, coppet wash-boiler, electric vacuum sweep er, 6x9 tapestry rug, boys' Irish Mall coaster, velocipede, dlectric magic lantern, high chair, nursery chair, cooking utensils. M rs. Kim Freiman, Phone 2752. FOR SALE— Brunswick phono graph, Inquire upstairs Jack Rowe Flat, Willoughby Avenue. FORCED SALE—We are forced to sell the Rockland House. This is, a snap for the right party. Call at the First National Hunk for terms. FOR SALE—At less than pre-war prices, 3 magniflcient view lots each 50x100. Allen Shattuck. FOR SALE—Golden North pool hall. Two pool tables, barber shop and Boft drink stand. Fropt St Juneau. FpJi SALE—40 ft. halibut boat, equipped with 20 h.p. engine. Fitted out for halibut fishing; also has turn table and seine. G. M. Isaac son. Box 156, Petersburg, Alaska. i - .. FOR SALE — Sawmill Boarding House equipment . Phone 366 FOR SALE OR RENT — Opera house property, 2nd and Seward. Ideal for lodging house or theatre. Will consider terms. Inquire Mrs. Jas. Winn, 127 Franklin St., or Mrs. A. Winn'a millinery store , 2nd St. MISCELLANEOUS IMPROVE your education by spare time study. A thoroughly ex-j perienced teacher will take a lim ltod number of students for private lessons in English, grade and high school branches. For particulars address Teacher, care Empire. PIANO FOR RENT—Phone 143 FOR RENT—Apartment* --w FOR RENT — T\vo-room apart ments, furnished or unfurnished Phone 3G6. FIRST CLASS FURNISHED ROOMS FIVE tirst-rlass furnished rooms Steam heated Electrical cook.ng equipment. 3d floor south, r sir Coliseum Theatre. Call at theatre after 1 P M. FOR RENT — Furnished house keeping rooms Apply 3rd and Oolil Phone 136. ^---m CLIFF APARTMFJTO On the pltff next to the Pone*- 1 house—"The Co7y Corner of I Juneau:" " S « »n*'' ments fully furnished for I housekeeping Clean and re- | spectabla. Suitable for email 1 families, ladles or gentlemen Each apartment a home by It- I self Strictly private In every 1 respect. Including linen, lights, i hatha, etc.. Telephone services ] Warm and comfortable Reason- i able rate*. I ._ - -■ " THE AND^SRAVIEW * j Newly furelsnea noueekeep- | | Ing rooms, fully supplied w,un j j all modern conveniences, tnciud- j I Ing light, water, bathe. All j outside rooms. Splendid view i j of the Channel. Two. 3 and 4- | j room suites suitable for private j j families. Special wldter rates. , I THE SEA VIEW I Has clean, cozy apartments In , I 2, A and 1-room suites for ; our. 0 flora looking for clean j I quarters. Running water in | | all rooms. Rates verv reason | able tor the winter. Phone :_—L ■—---■ | Tides Tomorrow j High tide at 5:48 a.ni. .13.9 Low tide at 12:44 p.m. 1.5 High tide at 7:15 p.m. 12.8 H---1 iP~ ~ —IimZJ—. | ALASKA NOTES v-!-« Miss Ruth Reat is visiting in An chorage, having come out over the trail from Fiat City. She is the owner of a reindeer herd in tiie Kwskokwlm and intends driving the animals to liroad Pass for grazing tills summer. 0 The Firemen of Ketchikan will stive a dance on April 16. The Grand Igloo of Pioneers will meet at Ketchikan next year. Employees in the Whitehorse ship vards have shoveled the snow from the baseball diamond and have be 3un Spring practice. Business in the Atlfn district is fine, according to E. L. Pileman. merchant, who is visiting at White horse. George Radenbaugh, proprietor of the Royal Hotel at Ketchikan, was recently fined $500 on a charge of gambling. The New England Company at Ketchikan lias started a mild-curing of salmon. The recent masquerade given h.v the Moose of Petersburg netted $202 for the General Hospital. The launch Rolfe recently went adrift near Katalla, struck a rock and was seriously damaged. George Hoag and “Smoke House Mike” Knutson have started a fox ranch on Nuka Island, near Resur rection Bay. Mrs. May Harrington has resigned as postmistress at Seldovia. A peti tion is being circulated for the ap pointment of E. Rogart. Thirty families are now located at Homer. A school has been es tablished with 20 children attend ing, the teacher being Mrs. Edith McCullough. The remains of John Lake, a track walker on the Copper River & Northwestern Railroad, have been found near Mile 13. Lake disap peared about January 7. When the body was found, a revolver fell from one of the dead man's hands and investigation showed lated he had shot himself in the head. Prof. T. E. Savage has returned to Chickaloon and will conduct work for the Alaska Coal Commission in vestigating deposits on Coal Creek ALASKAN CAFE WILL BE REOPENED SOON After having been in the hands of workmen for a complete overhauling and renovation, the Alaskan Cafe, in the Alaskan Hotel, will be rc opened on next Saturday morning by M. J. Karry, well-known restaurant man of* this city. When open for business the new Cafe, it it said, will present a very pleasing appearance with many new innovations. ROB TURNER'S early morning auto at your service, 6 a. in. on Phone 64. My stand is "where you get the good eats."—Alaska Grill —adv NEW CHINESE AMBASSADOR’S BABY. .I '•••" --■■—— Little Yin Betty *ze, infant daughter of Dr. .Sze, the Chinese Ambassador to America. The photograph was taken in Wash ington. Dr. Sze took up his new duties just a short time ago. _ > __ _ ___ REPAIR WORK NOT STARTED ON LINE AT CARLSON CREEK Several linemen in the employ of the Alaska Gastineau Mining Com pany are cruising the ground In the vicinity of the recent slide at Carl son Creek that took out a mile of the Annex Creek transmission line. They are making an attempt to further survey the damage done. According to General Manager George T. JackSon of the company, there is nothing new on tlie situa tion and the probable date that the repair work can be completed has not advanced since his statement ot ten days ago when lie predicted that it would he a month or six weeks before the line is in use again. While the line is down and power is only received from the Salmon Creek power plant, a number of men engaged in producing tonnage for the mill and in mill operation work are laid off pending the time that tlie big plant can operate at its full capacity of 8,000 tons a day. ALLEGED ILLEGAL FISHING CASE BEFORE JUDGE BROWN This aftern»t>n a jury was secured in the United States District Court presided over by Judge Fred M Brown in the case of David Young recently indicted by the Grand Jury It is alleged Young was illegally fish ing within 200 yards of the mouth of a salmon stream known as Chiske Creek, on Baranoff Island. R. E. Robertson is defending Young and United States District At torney Janies A. Smiser is represent ing the Government. The jury is composed of Otto Bernhard. David Waggoner, Oliver L. Anderson, T. P. Smith. L. McKech nie, George E. Cleveland. D. J. Oliver M. H. Sabin, J. I, McCloskey, An drew Delgard, A. Itundall and J. II. Kline. MUCH INTEREST SHOWN IN PRIZE CONTEST W’ALTZ Great interest is being taken in tlie coming Prize Waltz at the Jit ney Dance Saturday night. Many names are already in and competi tion promises to be keen. The win ners of these contests will have a chance to enter for a grand waltz contest for winners only to be lielu at a future date. Prizes for Saturday night are on exhibition in I. .1. Sharick's Jewelry Store window. Contest at lo o'clock sharp. —adv. M. E. LADIES TO MEET The Ladies Aid Society of the Methodist church will meet at the home of Mrs. Grover P. Davis. 315 Franklin street. Friday afternoon at two o'clock. STRAGIER AND SOENEN ARE ON TRIAL IN U. S. COURT The trial of Ilnnry Stragier and Archie Soenen. recently indicted by the Grand Jury on alleged' charge of having liquor in their possession and operating a still in a house in the Nelson Park Addition, is before Unit ed States District Judge Robert W. Jennings. H. L. Faulkner is appear ing for the defendants and Assistant Ijpited States District Attorney Wal ter Schaffner for the Government. The following jury was secured this forenoon: William Bosch, L. H. Smith, David Brown. Sam Rosen berg. A. W. Butterbaugh. L. H. Metz gar, C. .1. Anderson, William F. Du cey. Louis Karstein, Martin Lynch and Clarence Nichols. PRESBYTERIAN LADIES MEET The Ladies Aid Society of the Presbyterian church will hold it’s regular weekly meeting Friday after noon in the basement of the church Mrs. Borges and Mrs. Lang will act as hostesses. We have had 35 years experience in building tar roofs and repairing. Sec E. Ellingen or Phone 136. adv Juneau Ferry & Navigation Company ' Leaving Juneau for Douglas, Tread well and Thane 7:10a.m. 12:15p.m. 6:10p.m. •9:30a.m. 52:00p.m. §7:30p.m. tl:00a.m. *3:10p.m. 9:40p.m. 4:40p.m. ll:25p.m Leave Douglas for Treadwell and Thane 7:25a.m. 12:30p.m. 9:65p.m *9:45a.m. *3.26p.m. ll:50p.m 4:65p.m. 6:26p.m. tl:15a.m Leave Treadwell for Thane 7:30a.m. 12:36p.m. 6:30p.m. •9:50a.m. *3:30p.m. 10:00p.m 6:00p.m. ll:55p.m tl:20a.m Leave Thane for Treadwell, Douglas and Juneau 8:10a.m. *12:50p.m. 10:15p.nl *10:05a.m. 4:05p.m. 12:00p.m. 6:16p.m. tl:35a.m 6:45p.m. Leave Treadwell for Douglas and Juneau 8:25a.m. •1:06p.m. 7:00p.m. *10:2oa.m. 4:20pm. 10:30p.m. 6:30p.m. 12:15a.m 11:50a.m Leave Douglas for Juneau 8:30a.m *l:10p.m. 7:05p.m *10:25a.tn 2:15p.m. 7:45pm 4:25p.tn. 10:35p.m 6:35p.m. 12:20a.m + 1:55a.m *—Freight will be accepted. I—Call Douglas Saturdays only t—Saturday night only. All Freight Accepted at Shipper's Risk and Must Be Prepaid. MOUNT WRANGELL IS SAID TO BE ACTIVE Mt. Wrangell is said to be "cut ting up" lately according to advices received in Juneau yesterday on the : Northwestern from Cordova. The import says the Mount has caused considerable attention by those who live in that vicinity. There has been a crater in constant eruption near the highest peak and lately Micro is said to have been seen mucj>r smoke coming from lour other - reaks. It is claimed that it has been 12 or 15 yours since a stream | of fire was seen at night. PARSONS SUCCEEDS HUSTON According to advices received from Valdez. Capt. Lloyd C. Parsons, Sec ond Infantry, formerly of the Ar | Itansas National Guard, has been 1 appointed to succeed Major Ham ■per Huston, as head of the Western ! Division of the Signal Corps. Capt Parsons and his family are expect ed North on one of the next steam er3 from Seattle. fraternal Societies -or Gastineau Channel B . ? . 0 . ELKS Meeting VV eilnesaay Evening at 8:00 o'clock Elks’ Hall. J. A. SNOW, Exalted Kuler. JOHN A. DAVIS, Secretary. Co-Ordinate Bodie» Scottish Rite April 1—Business meeting. All Bodies. April/15 — Alaska Consistory No. ^ I. O. O. F. SILVER BOW LODGE NO. 2 A. Meets every Thursday evening at r.w, Odd Fellows’ Hall, 2nd and Franklin Sts. Ounnar Gustafson, Sec’y. Fan E. Smith, Noble Grand. Visiting I.O O F. welcome. _ MOUNT JUNEAU LOOOP. NO. 147, F. & A. M. Stated Communication Refund and Fourth Mondays of each Month, In Odd Fellows Hall, beginning a* 7:S0 o'clock. C. J. WOOFTER, Master. CHAS. E. NAGHEL, Secretary Order of the EASTERN STAS Second and Fourth Tuea days of each month. At 8 o’clock. I. O. O. F. Hall ANITA NAGHEL, W. M. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS SEGHERS COUNCIL No. ! 1760. Meetings second ar i last Mondays at 7:30 v. m. Transient Broth era urged td attend. Council Chambers Fifth St. Martin A. LaTenik. G. K. Edward V. Beaudin, Secretary. SHRINE DANCE ^ Third Thursday ^ every month (k A. B. HALL 1 Invitational. AMERICAN LEGION Alford John Bradford | Post No. 4, Juneau, Alaska. Regular meetings on second and fourth Thursdays of each month, at 8 p. m Elks’ Lodge Room. John J. J^oodard i Post Commander. Phone 1804;! George E. Mann, Post Adjutant Phone 196. LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE. Juneau Lodge 700 j Meets every Frldaj night, 8 o’clock. Moose Hall. 8 Wallstedt, Dictator; R. II. Stevens, Secretary. WOMEN OF MOOSEHEAB.T I LEGION I Juneau Chapter No. 439 Meeting second and fourth | Tuesday of each month, S | o’clock, Moose Hall. Senior Re- | gent, Mrs. Sigurd Wallstedt. j Secretary, Mrs. G. Ingman. -:-■ THERE ARE A THOUSAND WAYS TO-3PEND MONEY BUT ONLY ONE WAY TO SAVE. Have a Bank Account — The First National Banfc of Juneau - • •' •* i FINE POULTRY DEUVERY Frye-Bruhn Market SSi __* “After all has been said about coal, it is still coal," said a man to us. We did not argue tho point with him, but sent him a ton of our coal; now he knows the difference and admits it. Are you of the same opinion: ? If you are, let us send you a ton and convince you also. We specialize in feed. FEMMER & RITTER PHONE 114. f / V 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. FOR PRINCE RUPERT, VANCOUVEI VICTORIA, SEATTLE S. 3. “PRINCESS MAR¥^‘ ‘ Leaves Juneau March 31, April 11, 21 Baggage bonded through to S> aule. Passenger* have no trouble or delay account custom* or Immigration regulations. : ] I R. F. RICHARDSON, G eueral Agent, Juneau. / DAVE EVANS, Agent. Thane. ! —-- --i_ ALASKA STEAMSHIP COMPANY SAFETY — SERVICE — SPEED Tickets to Seattle and Tacoma * NORTH—ARRIVE JUNEAU SOUTH—FROM JUNEAU JEFFERSON April 8, 19 JEFFERSON.April 9, 20 NORTHWESTERN ... April 20 N'WESTERN April 12 May 3 ALAMEDA .April 15 ALAMEDA .April 24 ' t ' .«►. *• f W. E. NOWELL, Agent, Juneau; Phone 2. ELMER E. SMITH, Agent, Douglas; Phone Donglas 33. ? -L— VnPACiriC STEAMSHIP COMPANY(l^=J SCHEDULE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE Steamer Leaves Seattle Northbound Westbound Southbound City of Seattle ... April 12 April 15 April 15* Ad. Watson .... . April 9 April 19 (Watson will call at Yakutat,Vvodlak and Anchorage) •Seattle will go to Sitka. Three Sailings per week from Seattle, San Francisco, Los angeled and San Diego , TICKET OFFICE ON ADMIRAL DOCK; J. H. KLINE, Agt. Phone 4. GUY SMITH, AGENT AT DOUGLAS; Phono 18. SAFETY COURTESY""* SPEED SERVICE ■■ ' ' ■ ■ 11 .--- ■ i ■■ -- ■■ - , -.... ' POLLY AND HER PALS An Impossible Part for Polly! By CLIFF STERRETC wal. Asm. - MEBOit ^x) 6acf\ me Eve'.] s---“ 1 hows The Polly Jess the.Gal tocX hUMK. Shee ts>x>/4T r 1MVstars,. -J-✓ Church X. H LEFT ME "IxmFFiCuIL'T *Y HAFTA SAY A X “ThATS POTT/ >--j —I FLAT1 >ARTiY ? ‘j si^gLE WJRdJ IMPOSSIBLE ter FbLLV.y '! XJ 51 - * —j" 4 ^ XX wmi-JB. \m it mnn n ■ffffi|iiB<iffi_l l.s^-i:- . msi-~~