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BOXING FOOTBALL RACING HUNTING SWIMMING BASKETBALL DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR United States Land Office Serial 04753 Juneau, Alaska, February 23, 1921. NOTICE is hereby given that pursuant to the Act of Congress approved May 10, 1872, and the Acts amendatory thereto, George II. Whitney, of Juneau, Alaska, ha.s filed application Serial 04753 in the U. S. Land Office at Juneau, Alaska, for patent for Thirteen Hundred and Twenty ( 1320) feet in length and Six Hundred and Sixty (660) f-ot in width on the ‘‘Icy Strait Limestone Placer Claim,” the said placer claim being embraced in the U. S. Mineral Survey No. 1427, sit uated on the soutn shore of Lemi surier Island, Sitka Mining District, in Latitude 58° 15' 20" north, Longitude 13G° 05' 40" west at U. S. M. M. No. 1427, the said claim being more particularly de scribed as follows. V^UUHUCUVlUg Ut V'< * UOI il o. whence U. S. M. M. No. 1427 bears S 66° 09' 20" E, 8.39 feet, thence N 9° 30' W 660 feet to Corner No. 2, thence N 68° 08' E 1320 feet to Corner No. 3, thence S 9°4 30' E 660 feet to Corner No. 4, thence S 68° 08' W 1320 feet to Corner No. 1, the place of beginning, con* taining an area of 19 536 acres, magnetic variation 28° 30' east. Said claim is bounded on the west by the “Christmas” lode claim, on the north by unoccupied ground, on the east by the “Balance” placer claim, and on the south by waters of Icy Strait. Any and all persons claiming ad versely the above placer 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 provisions of the statute. FRANK A. BOYLE, Register. First publication, Feb. 25, 1921. I-i.st publiaotlon. April 26. 1921. We have had 35 years experience in building tar roofs and repairing. See E. Ellingen or Phone 136. adv SEATTLE WINS -BATTLING DUEL WITH SENATORS Rainiers Down Sacramento 12 to 7—Heavy Hitting Features Contest. SEATTLE, Wash., April '23.— Seattle and Sacramento engaged in a batting duel in ihe third game of the Pacific Coast League series here yesterday which Seattle won 12 to 7. Each club touched up opposing i pitchers for a total of 14 hits but superior support behind (lie Rainier jtwirlers won for the home team, j Batteries were: Sacramento—Fittery. Jones and I Elliott. Seattle—Gardner and Spencer. Yesterday’s results in Coast League games and standing of clubs j follow: Yesterday’s Scores At Seattle Sacramento 7( Seattle 12. At Oakland—Los Angeles 2, Oak land 4. At Vernon-—San Francisco 5, Ver non 0. At Portland Salt Lake 6, Portland 4. Standing of Clubs. Won l>ost Pet. S*i Francisco .... 13 4 .765 Sacramento ..... 12 5 .706 Oakland . 8 6 .571 Los Angeles . 9 7 .563 Seattle .. 7 8 .467 Salt Lake .. 5 7 .417 Vernon . 7 10 .412 Portland . 2 13 .133 RUG CLEANING Special attention paid to Wll- | ton Velvet and other high | grade rugs. Rugs and Carpets j refitted and relald. CHAS. ANDERSON 220 Second St. Phone 418 i I-■ JUNEAU AUTO SERVICE 5 and 7-PASSENGER STUDEBAKERS Cars to Glacier, Auk Bay, Tliane, Perseverance and all parts of town PHONE SINGLE 0. STAND ALASKAN HOTEL. CHAS MILLER. GORDON GIFFORD. ALASKA MEAT COMPANY JOHN RECK, Manager. Wholesale and Retail Dutch* i Beef, Mutton, Pork, Chickens, Oysters, Fish, Homo-Made Saustt.e, Ham and Bacon SEWARD STREET ..... PHONE 39. THE JUNEAU IAUNDRY Franklin Street, Between Front and Second Streets. ___ THE ALASKAN CAFE Alaskan Hotel Building NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF MIKE KARRY Everything First-Class Quick Service Don’t Argue The Best the Market Affords Will Be Found at the AMERICAN BAKERY LIGHT LUNCHES- BEST OF COFFEE SERVED BAKE OVEN NEVER CHILLS HERE Superior Portland CEMENT | Full line of heavy Building Material. Wholesale distributors OLYMPIC FLOUR. Alaska Supply Company | Phone 53. Warehouse next to Sawmill, f AMERICAN WOMAN GOLF CHAMPION IS DEFEATED LONDON, April 23.-Alexa Stirl ing, American woman golf champion. ! was defeated by Janet Jackson. Irish woman champion, in yesterday's matches of the British championship tournament in progress here. DRIVES STOCK CAR AT 105.1 MILES AN HOUR DAYTON. Fla., April 23. P. <flood speed, driving a stock car, negotiated a mile on the,Daytona Reach course yesterday in 34.23 seconds, an av erage speed of 105.1 miles per hour. This breaks the former world’s rec ord held by Ralph Mallard. SCOTTISH RITE MASONS’ NINTH ANNUAL REUNION WILL CLOSE TONIGHT The Ninth Annual Reunion of the Scottish Rite Masons of Juneau which has been in session in Oilil Fellows hall all week, will close with* today's session. This, after noon the meeting opened under the : auspices of Alaska Consistory No 1, with Weinand T. Tolch, Cominan der-in->Chiof, presiding. The thirty first degree occupied this afternoon's I session and was in charge of Lester Dale Henderson, Prior of the Con sistory. At seven-thirty this evening the last and highest degree of the local lodge, the thirty-second, or Master of the Royal Secret, will be con ferred by the officers of the Consis tory. Following the degree work, at 10 o'clock, will be given the annual banquet of the Rite. Lester Dale Henderson will act as toastmaster ' and a number of prominent visiting Masons will speak. ‘ WHO’S WHO AND WHERE j ■—---■ Mr .and Mrs. C. Agledahl of thi.i! | city will leave on the Alameda to-1 j morrow on their way to Norway and Sweden. They will visit relatives in the two countries for the next | several months. Mrs. M. Madison and daughter,! Miss Kate, are in the city for a visit from their homestead at S’lel-i ter Island in Lynn Canal. Miss Ada Smith, teacher of the school at Perseverance, is spending the week end in tlie city. At the Gastineau 1). .T. Williams, J. H. Cann, Tlios. I) White, Mrs. M. Madison. Miss Kate Madison, 1!. K. Roberts, Miss Ada Smith. At the Alaskan James Dempsey. At the Circle City Harvey J. Kay. At the Zynda John It. Ness. DOn TIJRNKR'.S early morning! auto at your service, li a. in. on ! Phono 14. My stand is "whore you get the good ea s.”—Alaska Grill —adv. ; Furniture moved and stored fleavy hauling done. Juneau Trans fer. _ _ —ad» Jitney dance Saturday nip.ht. ad..| Ttio best of Jon work, of all kinds. Is done by the Umpire. Call us up for quotations. DEPARTMENT UF THE INTERIOR United States Land Office Serial 03776 Juneau, Alaska, March 21, 1921 | NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN | that Hilary M McKanna of Amalga, Alaska has submitted final thret year proof In support of his home stead entry serial 03776 embracing land in II. E. Survey No. 105, new' series No 1198, situated in th Eagle River Valley about t4 mil1. East of Eagle River Landing in Lat 58- 30’ N. and Ixtng. 134° 4 8' W | and more particularly described I „ follows: Commencing at cor. no. l whence V. S. L M. No. 89 F. S. bears S. 70“ 50' W. 15,42 chs, thence N 24“ 24' W. 7.82 chs , to Cor No. 2, thence N. 65° 17' E. 16.42 chs. to Cor. No. 3, thence S. 30“ 52' E. 19.67 chs. to Cor No. 4, thence, N. 88“ 41' W. 3.06 chs. to Cor. No. 5, thence S. 0“ 17' E. 3T16 chs. to Cor No. 6, thence N 29“ 50' W. 37.97 chs. to Cor No. 1 the place of begin ning, containing an area of 51 93 acres. Magnetic variation , 31“ 15' East. Unsurveyed lands, , Tongass National Forest. FRANK A. BOYLE, Register. First publication March 24. 1921 L Last publication May 25, 1921. RUTH POUNDS OUT ANOTHER HOMER' BUT YANKS LOSE Tail-Enders in American League Take Fall Out of Leaders at Philadelphia. PHILADELPHIA, April 23.—Babe Ruth, star hitter of the New York Yankees, pounded out his fourth home run this season in yesterday's game with the Philadelphia Ameri cans but failed to save the game. Philadelphia won, 11 to 1. In the National League the New York club was victorious, however, downing Philadelphia 2 to 1. Results of yesterday's games in both major leagues and standing of clubs follow: YESTERDAY'S GAMES National League. At Pittsburgh—Cincinnati 1, Pitts burgh 6. At Brooklyn—Boston 2. Brooklyn -1. At New York—Philadelphia 1, New York 2. American League. At Philadelphia — New York 4. Philadelphia 11. At Cleveland—St. Louis 7, Cleve land 8. STANDING OF CLUBS. National League Won Lost Pet Pittsburgh . 7 2 .773 New York . 5 2 .711 Chicago . 3 2 .60'i Boston . 4 5 .4 4 i Brooklyn . 4 5 .4 4 1 Philadelphia . 3 4 .42.» Cincinnati . 3 6 .338 St. Louis . 1 4 .200 American League. Won Lost Pet New York . 5 2 .711 Washington . 5 3 .625 Cleveland . 5 3 .625 St. Louis . 4 4 .500 Boston . 3 4 .4 20 Chicago . 3 4 .4 20 Detroit . 2 3 .40c Philadelphia .. 2 6 .250 Jitney dance Saturday night, adv. NOTICE TO PAINTERS Bids will be received by the Build ing Committee of the Methodist Episcopal Church until Tuesday noon, April 26, for the painting of the Methodist Church and Parsonage Buildings. Specifications are to be had from the undersigned. Wallis S. George, Chairman Building Com mittee. adv. CALL FOR BIDS. Bids for painting the warehouse of the Pacific Steamship Company, Juneau, will be received up to noon, Thursray, April 28. The Pa cific Steamship Company to furnish all paints and oils. Successful bid der required to furnish bond not to exceed five per cent of amount of bid to insure completion of contract. Send bids to ,1. II Kline, Agent, Juneau, Alaska. —adv. IF BACK ACHY OR KIDNEYS BOTHER Eat Less Meat, ami Take a Glass of Salts to Flush Out Kidneys Drink Plenty Water. I'rlr: acid in in at excites the kidneys, they become overworked; At sluggish, ache, and feel like umps of lead. The urine becomes jloudy; the bladder Is irritated; ind you may bo obliged to seek re ief two or three times during the light. When the kidneys clog you nust help them flu li off the body's irlnous waste or you'll be a real uck person shortly. At first you eel a dull misery in the kidney re gion, you suffer from backache, sick leadche, dizziness, stomach gets ,our, tongue coated and you feel rheumatic twinges when the weath ;r is bad. Kat less meat, drink lots of water; liso get from any pharmacist four junces of Jad Sal's; take a table ipoonful in a glas- f water before ireakfast for a few days and your Sidneys will then act fine. This 'arnous salts is ma:!* from the acid if grapes and lemon juice, combined | vilh lithla, and h been used for ;enerations to chin clogged kid leys and stimulate them to normal u tility, also to nc ia!lze the acids ii urine, so it no longer is a source if irritation, thus ending bladder weakness. Jad Salts is iiiev • cnslve. cannot njure; makes a lightful effer ■escent lithla-water drink which ev-j •rvone should take now and then o keep the kidneys i lean and active. Druggists here say they sell lots of fad Salts to folks who believe In ivercoming kidney rouble while it s only trouble. idvertlsemept.) -THIS IS A STUDEBAKER YEAR* I OWNERS of the BlG-SlX know from ex perience the ease with which the car can be handled, and they appreciate the unfail ing response to every touch on accelerator or brake. They have the utmost confidence in the responsiveness of its powerful motor. The BIG-SIX is1 the crowning achievement of the unsurpassed manufacturing resources of the Stude baker Corporation — the best that an organization with 68 years of business success, and the keenest engineering brains, can produce. You must actually see and ride in this Studebaker Car to really appreciate its many splendid qualities. Its light weight and scientific balance induce unusu ally low fuel consumption and high tire mileage. Its responsive motor with hot-spot intake manifold, gets maximum power from even low grades of fuel, driving the car with efficiency that will surprise you. Compare Studebaker Cars, point by point, with other cars on the market, and we will rest our case with you. alt. studebaker cars are equipped with CORD TIRES-ANOTHER STUDEBAKER PRECEDENT MARSHALL & NEWMAN GO. $2150 /. o. b. Detroit SUMMONS No. 2051-A. In the District Court for the District of Alaska—Division No. 1. BERTHA ALBI, Plaintiff, vs. JAMES ALBI, Defendant. To JAMES ALBI, Defendant, GREETING: IN THE NAME OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, You arc hereby comanded to be and appear in the above-entitled Court, holden at Juneau in said Division of said District and answer the complaint liled against you in the above en titled action, within thirty days from the date of the service of this summons and a copy of the said Com plaint upon you, and, if you fail so to appear and answer, for want thereof, the plaintiff will take judgment against you, and will ap ply to Hie Court for the relief de manded therein, a copy of which said complaint is herewith served upon you. The complaint in Ibis action was Hied and the order for the publication of this summons was issued March 15, 1921. IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereto set my hand and affixed tljo Seal of the above Court, at Juneau, Alaska, this 15th day of March, A. D. 1921. J. W. BELL, Clerk. By V. F. PUGH, Deputy. (Seal of the District Court) II. B. Le Fevre, attorney for plain tiff, Box 612, Juneau, Alaska. JUNEAU LUMBER | | MILLS | Manufacturer* of High grade Sitka Spruce and Hemlock lumber. Local and expert trade *olicited. Mill? at Juneau, Aiaika SEATTLE OFFICE: 503 Mutual Life Building Seattle, Wa*h The Ideal Areola Hot water heating boiler for cellarless small houses, flats, stores, etc. See it in use at our store. Better heat with less coal. SANITARY PLUMBING CU. SPECIAL NOTICE FLAT RATE ON ELECTRIC HEATERS May 1 to November 1 $2.00 per kilowatt month Phone your order NOW ALASKA ELECTRICT LIGHT & POWER CO. Phone 6 Juneau, Alaska IT IS SPRING TIME, AUTOMBILE TIME, WHICH MEANS BUICK TIME If you have time, come in and let us talk Buick with you. If you haven’t time, make time and come in and see us. WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT, BUICK WILL BUILD THEM ALASKA AUTO AND SUPPLY CO. JUNEAU J. J. CONNORS, PROP.