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j THE EMPIRE ! IS THE MEDIUM 1 Through which the general publio can always have its wants supplied. Closing time for classified I advertisements: 2 P. M. I Closing time for display ad* ! vertisements: 11 A. M. CLASSIFIED AD RATES Ten cents per line first in- I sertior I Five cents for subsequent in- ! ■ rtion. I I Special rates by the month. I I Count five average words to I I the line. ■■ BOAT FOR CHARTER Power seine boat “U and 1" for charter; 58 ft., 19 ton, 40 lip. Standard engine, good accommoda tion, excellent service for towing, carrying passengers’ and freight; alar good for cannery tender. Ad dress Samuel G. Johnson, Klllisnoo, Alaska. FOR HIRE—Cruiser “Louralne.” Speedy, commodious and comfort able. Will take travelers any place in S. E. Alaskan waters on call by wire or letter. SAM GAl'FFIN Petersburg. FOP RENT—Bootes FOR RENT—Six-room house on Gold /St. Inquire Nugget Shop. FOR RENT — Furnished houses and cabins. R. E. Clark, 214 4th St. FOR RENT—House. Mrs. Mont gomery Davis, Sixth and Seward. LOST AND FOUND LOST—Leather seat cushion. Re ward for recovery. Phone 441. FOR SALE -£ FOR SALE—19 sacks Newcastle lump coal, 2850 lbs., $25, including sacks and delivery. Address C.655, Empire. FOR SALE—Trolling boat. Inquire at Coliseum Theatre after 1 p. m. FOR SALE—2 cottages, corner Third and Gold. Inquire Nugget 8hop. FOR SALE—Four-room bungalow at bargain. Terms If desired. In quire 416 West 9th St. FOR SALE—Black Siberian fur rabbits; 5 breeding does 12 months old, $12 50 each; 20 youngsters, 3 months, $3 50 each. Bargain. Wal ' ter Campen, Box yil3, Wrangell, Alaska. HOME for sale, account owner's! ill health, $2300 cash will handle, balance, in easy payments. Apply H. E. Biggs, 4 27 East St., cor ner 5th. FORCED SALE—We are forced to Bell the Rockland House. This is a snap tor the right party. Call at the First National Bank for terms. FOR SALE—Golden North pool hall. Two pool tables, barber shop and soft drink stand. Front St Juneau. FOR SALE—40 ft. halibut boat, equipped with 20 h.p. engine. Fitted out for halibut fishing; also ba3 turn table and seine G. M. Isaac son. Box 156, Petersburg, Alaska. FOR SALE OR RENT — Opera houso property, 2nd and Seward. Ideal for lodging house or theatre. Will consider termB. Inquire Mrs. fas. Winn, 127 Franklin St., or Mrs A Winn'8 millinery store , 2nd St. MISCELLANEOUS *~ST CDE NTS ~ \V ANT E D~ ~P ri va t e lessons given evenings in grade ami hijjh school branches. Instruction in I English to foreigners. H. L. Row-: ley, Douglas. WE DO window washing, general housecleaning and garden work. Sat isfaction guaranteed. Phone 286, Apt. 1, Juneau Apartments. PIANO FOR ftENlr—Phone 143 __ FOR RENT_ COMFORTABLE, steam - heated rooms for rent Call 534 Main St., or Phono 199. > FOR RENT—Apartments FOR RENT — Furnished house keeping rooms Apply 3rd and Gold. Thone 136. THE JUNEAU AND SEA VIEW 1 „ , APARTMENTS ! Newly furnished bousekeep- | Ing rooms, fully supplied with all modern conveniences, lnclud- | Ing light, water, baths All ! outside rooms Splendid view j of the Channel. Two. 3 and 4- I room suites suitable for private families Special winter rates | THE SEA VIEW Hoa clean, cozy apartments In J, S and 4-room suites ror bachelors looking for clean quarters. Running water in Oil rooms. Rates very reason able for the winter. Phone 1M. - CLIFF APARTMENTS | On the cliff next to the Court - I house—“The Coxy Corner of | Junesu2, 3, 4 room apart I ments fully furnished for I housekeeping. Clean and re | spectable. Suitable for small j families, ladles or gentlemen. | Each apartment a home by It self. Strictly private In every | respect, Including linen, lights, j baths, etc., Telephone services, j j Warm and comfortable. Reason- j able rates. I WANTED WANTED TO BUY—Davenport in good condition. Phone 2674. WANTED—Hug, about 12x14, in good condition. P. O. Box 633, or Phono 191. WANTED — Repairing houses, fences, etc., gardening by a handy man. Phone 209. _HELP WANTED WANTED—Chambermaid at Circle | City Hotel. \ DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR United States Land Office Seri il 04752 Juneau, Alaska, PeDruary 23, 1921 NOTICE is hereby given that pursuant to th* Act of Congress ap proved May 10, 1872, and the Acts amendatory there'o, George H. Whit ney of Juneau, Alaska, has filed application Serial 04752 in the L'. S. I-and Office at Juneau, Alaska, for patent for seven hundred fifty 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 U. S Mineral Survey No. 1428 situated on the south shore of I.emisurler Island, Sitka Mining District In Latitude 68° 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: C.miSTMAS CLAiM Commencing at Cor.ner No. 1, whence U. S. M. M. No. 1427 bears S 16" 41' 10" E 64.99 feet, thence west 600 feet to Corner No. 2, thence north 9° 30' west 768 feet to Corner No. 3, thence east 600 feet to Corner No. 4, thence sooth 9° 30' east 761 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. I, whence U. S. M. M No. 1427 bears S 9° 69' 20" E 822.64 feet, thence west 600 feet 11 corner No. 2, thence north 14° 00' east 840 feet to Corner No. 3, thence oast 690 feet to Corner No. 4, thence Bouth 14° 00' west 840 feet t* Corner No. 1, the place of be ginning, containing an area of II. 227 acres, magnetic varia tion 28° 30' east. The claims are hounded 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 Laud OfTice 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, hirst publication, Feb. 26, 1921. Last publication, April 26, 1921. Jitney dance Saturday night, adv. Public stenograpner, Mrs. Crag mont, 309 Goldstein Bldg., Phone adv. Kodak and Photo Supplies NORTHWESTERN KODAK I SUPPLY CO. I Eastman Kodak Co. 1 1 1415 Fourth Avenue Seattle ' POLLY AND HER PALS Ashur’s Figuring on a 100 Per Cent Score. By CLIFF STERRETT; IF YOU AiMT AFRAIP Y GREAT - LET S The fresh AIR y,,LL ' drive: BY BLIMK'S MAKE you S.ICK- J- r PLACE AMO TAKE I LL TAKE Ynn A ^CUINT AT HIS NDJOAW.- r, V -VTf*3* OH, BOY! HERE’S A S\WELl \ Chance to get rid i OF THESE EMPT'i / look it his pop Bottles ^ SCARECROW j IT’S ABOUT I AS -MUCH USE TO A I GARDEN AS ( AN UMBRELLA IS TO A l DUCK r r ' lo , bunk - we ^—, c— ' x j DROVE OUT to TOUR f SCARECROW i place 'yewerday l me eye • \ ^P„Chr'Stemed V TwA_r was \ >OUR UCARE lRow ME •• --r& Jfck aUB ^ .JX / ! \ C«PJr*‘t>M »«J1 by Kioj t - its yc<Ji tr*. ia. M - r> ^ — ~ " ,^l*^|||__ ^ ■** ^ 1 n ——■ ■■ —.■ ■ i ■ .»» METHODIST EPI8COPAL j | CHURCH i ;;---O ’ ~— ! Tbe Church of the Cordial Welcome j (Corner Fourth and Seward Sts.) Rev. H. E. Greening, Pastor. Preaching by the pastor at ri I a. m. and 8 p. m. i Sunday School at 12:15. Walis 1 S. George, Supt. Junior League at 3 p. m. Mrs. S Krough. Supt. j Epworth League at 7:00 p. m Subject, "Self Control and How to Get it; Its Rewards.” Prayer meeting Wednesday 8 P. M. "Neglect not the assembling of yourselves together, «s the manner of some-Is.” n — •K-' *—*-■— 1 ’*• CATHOLIC CHURCH | -,-e Fourth Sunday after Easter. 6:3d a. m.—Communion in Sis i ters' Chapel. 8:0fl a. m.—Mass and Holy Com munion. i 10:30 a. m.—High mass and ser | Eon. 1:30 p. m.-—Sunday School. 7:30 p. m.t—Evening Devotions Friday at 2 p. m., njeeting of the I Ladies’ Altar Society in the Club Room at Parish Hall. Hostess, Mrs. ! Lee Smith. _ r.__ | NORTHERN LIGHT PRES- , BYTERIAN CHURCH Rev. George G. Tlruce, D. D., nastor Morning worship at 11:00 a. m. Subject, "The Glories of the Cross —Its Magnetism." Rible School at 12:15. Sunday School at Thane 10:00. The Young People will meet at 7:15. Evening worship at 8:00. Sub ject, "The Time of His Coming.” Meeting for prayer and bible study on Wednesday evening at 8. S | PRESBYTERIAN NATIVE I CHURCH l B---H (Rev. David Waggoner, pastor) 10:30 a. m.—-Morning service. 11:30 a. in.—Bible School. 7:00 p. m. — Evening Service. 7X00 p. m. — Wednesday—Mid week prayer meeting. Visitor^ will be cordially wel-j coined a( all the services. You are invited to worship with us. ? HOLY TRINITY CATHEDRAL Charles E. Rice, Dean. Phone 601. Holy Communion 8:00 a. m. Morning Prayer ami Sermon, 11:00 A. M. Sunday school 12:15. n-g GRAECO-RUSSIAN CRURCH | B- C (Rev. A. P. Kashovaroff, Rector) Divine Liturgy of St. John Chrysotom at 10:00 a. m. Sunday school immediately follow ing the services. Q - ■■ ■ . — ■ ■ -—- . CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH a-—a Sunday services will be held at 11 a. m. In the Church of the Chris tlan Science Society of Juneau on Fifth Street between Main and Sew juneao Public Library and FREE READING ROOM City Hall. Second Floor. Main Street at 4Ck. Reading Room Open From f> a. m. to 10 p. m. Circulation Room Open From 12 m. to < p. m. — T: 00 p. m. to 8:30 p. m. Current Magazine*. Newspaper! Reference Rooks, Ete. FREE TO ALL ard Streets The subject will be: I "Probation After Death." ; Sunday School at 12:lfi. Wednesday, 8:15 — Testimonial i meeting. Christian Science Reading Room at Room 8, Malony Building. Open dally except Sundays and holidays from 2 to 4:30 p ro and from 7 to 9 p m. Wednesdays 7 to 8 p. m. The public Is cordially Invited to 1 attend those services and visit the reading rdom. ” assemblFof god mission J (Peerless Free Reading Room) Chas. C. Personeus, Leader. Gospel services held every Sun day, Tuesday and Friday evenings j at 7:30. Communion service the first Sun day of each month. Full gospel truths of the Bible 1 taught—salvation, sanctification, di | vine healing, baptism of the Holy Ghost and the Lord's second coming, everyone is cordially invited to these services The Reading Room is open all the time and is a nice quiet place to rest and read when waiting for boats or the ferry. We have had 35 years experience in building tar roofs and repairing. See E. Ellingen or Phone 136. adv. Jitney dance Saturday night, adv. n-;-—■ Clothing, Men’s Furnishings J and Shoes reduced 15 to 35 per cent I THE PIONEER STORE I H. HEIDORN 2nd near Main i ! LADYSMITH COAL We can now furnish yon [ | Ladysmith coal, dry kindling, | , | moving and hauling of all | | kinds. Phone 3442. COLE TRANSFER CO. - I U---1a CIRCLE CITY HOTEL Mat a Real Home Aluoaphaia CLEAN, COM TORT ABLE, And Within Your Mean*. AIL OUTSIDE ROOMS, BATH AND SHOWERS. • i looma 80c.; 78c., and |1.M. 8e# For Youraalfl WiKiim Short, Prop. I . •: Juneau Ferry & Navigation Company Leaving Juneau for Douglas, Tread well and Thane 7:10a.m. 12:16p.m. 6:10p.m. *9:30a.m. 82:00p.m. 87:30p.m. tl:00am. *3:10p.m. 9:40p.m. 4:40p.m. ll:25p.m Leave Douglas for Treadwell and Thane 7:26a.m. 12:30p.m. 9:66p.m. •9:45a.m. *3.26p.m. ll:50p.m 4:56p.m. 6:26p.m. fl:15a.m Leave Treadwell for Thane 7:30a.m. 12:35p.m. 6:30p.m. •9:60a.m. ‘SiSOp.m. 10:00p.m 6:00p.m. 11:65pm tl:20a.m Leave Thane for Treadwell, Douglas and Juneau 3:10a.m. *12:60p.m. 10:15p.m •10:05am. 4:06p.m. 12:00p.m. 5:15p.m. tl:35a.rn 6:46p.m. Leave Treadwell for Douglas and Juneau 8:25a.m. •1:05p.m. 7:00p.m. •10:2oa.m. 4:20p.m. 10:30p.m. 6:30p.m. 12:16a. m tl:50a.m Leave Douglas for Juneau 8:30am •frlOp.m. 7:05p.m •10:25a.m 2:lopm. 7:45p.m. 4:25p.m. 10:35pm. 6:35p.m. 12:20a.m tl:55a.m •—Freight will be accepted. 8—Call Douglas Saturdays only, t—Saturday night only. All Freight Accepted at Shipper's Risk and Must Be Prepaid. fraternal Societies ---CP Gastineau Channel 0 . ELKS Meeting Wedneeday Evening at 8:00 o’clock Elk*’ Hall. W. J. MA MAHAN Exalted Kuler. JOHN A. DAVIS, t Secretary. ——.. .. ■ 1 ■ i Co-Ordinate Bodies Scottish Rite April 1—Business meeting. All Bodies. April 15 — Alaska Consistory Nc 1 I I. O. O. F. SILVER BOW LODGE NO. 2 A. Meets -ivery Thursday evening at 7:30, Odd Fellows' Ilall, 2nd and Franklin Sts. Gunnar Gustafson, Sec’y. Ear1 M Smith, Noble Grand. Visiting I.O.O.F. welcome. MOUNT JUNEAU UOItoe NO. 147. F. A A. M. Stated Communication Second and Fourth Mondays of each Month, In Odd Fellow* Hall, beginning a* 7:10 o’clock. C. J. WOOFTEK, Master. CHAS. E. NAOHEL, Secretary Order of the EASTER* STAR Second and Fourth Tuee days of each month. At 8 o’clock, I. O. O. F. Hall aaita naohel, w m. LiOfS NORDLJNG. Secretary. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS 8EGHEHS COUNCIL. No. . 1760. Meetings second ar i last Mondays at 7:30 i *n. Transient Broth to attend. Council Chambers Fifth St. Martin A. Larenik. G. K. Edward \. Beaudin, Secretary. SHRINE DANCE“ Third Thursday every month A. B. HALL Invitational. AMERICAN LEGION Alford John Bradford Post No. 4, Juneau, Alaska. Regular meetings on secondand fourth Thursdays of each month, at 8 p m. Elks' Lodge Room. John J. Woodard Post Commander. Phone 1804; George E. Mann, Post Adjutant Phone 196. LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE. Juneau Lodge 700 Meets every Friday night., 8 o’clock, , Moose Hall. S Wallstedt, Dictator; R. H. Stevens, Secretary. ! WOMEN OF MOOSEHEABT * LEGION Juneau Chapter No. 439 Meeting second and fourth Tuesday of each month, 8 o’clock, Moose Hall. Senior Re gent, Mrs. Sigurd Wallstedt. Secretary, Mrs. Q. Ingman. I-1 For Fancy and Stable GROCERIES I • McMillan brothers Prices Reasonable 1 Phone 116—Prompt Delivery ORPHEUM ROOMS-I Steam heated, furnished rooms. I | Hot and cold running water | la every room. Tranalent | rates 11.00 and u». Corner Main and Willoughby. | Phone III x_---.-a BEAUTIFY AND PROTECT i THE BUILDING ! by covering the root with con- 1 Crete tile. Adaptable to most all 1 types of roofs. Needs no repair. j First cost only expense. Ever- j lasting Fireproof Waterproof. I I also manufacture concrete ■ building blocks, bricks, chim- j ney blocks, sills, lintels, steps. I G. E. KRAUSE I I Brick & Stone Mason, Plasterer j Basement Postoffice Phone 439 i i- a FINE POULTRY delivery HOORfatSS^vVi ??* Frye-Bruhn Market **'■ “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 Bent him a ton of our coal; now he knows the difference and admits it. Are you of the same opinion: ? It you are, iet us send you a ton and convince you also. We specialize in feed. FEMMER & RITTER PHONE 114. f .Mimiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiciiimiiiiiiiiiiiuunuii FOR SALE | Second-Hand %-Incb Plow 5teel Cable, 6-19, in Good | Condition; Also “CliAax” Horizontal Engine, i Single Cylinder, 20 H. P. Apply “ /!a<> * | ALASKA GASTiNEAU MINING COMPANY, ' = Thant, Alaska. FOE PEINCE EUPEET, VAHCOOVO ,. VICTOBIA, SEATTLE S. S. “PRINCESS MARY” Leave Juneau May 2, 12, 23 Baggage bonded through to Siauie. Paieei^era have no trouble or delay account custom! or Immigration' regulations. RICHARDSON, General Agent, Juneau. »lf « _ • v ■ ; ■ DAYS EVANS, Agent, Thane, V ' V \ ALASKA \ ‘ STEAMSHIP COMPANY ' \ ' SAFETY — SERVICE — SPEED Tickets to Seattle and Tacoma NORTH—ARRIVE JUNEAU SOUTH—FROM JUNEAU )i /\ l . ' . 1 n rAW JEFFERSON May 1 JEFFERSON May 2 NORTHWESTERN ... April 2G NORTHWESTERN May 3 ALAMEDA .April 24 W. E. NOWELL, Agent, Juneau; Phohe 2. ELMER E. SMITH, Agent, Douglas; Phone Douglas 33. |L___®_aPACIFIC STEAMSHIP COMPANYe= | SCHEDULE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE ■ S ; ~ Steamer Leaves Seattle Northbound Westbound Southbound ; s ■ S 2 = City of Seattle April 22 April 25 April 25 ■ E Ad. Watson .April 26 April 29 May 9 : I : = Three Sailings per week from Seattle, San Francisco, lop. angelet E 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 _~lllllillHIHIlliiimiiiiiiimmiiiimiiiilnilllllllllllllllllll|IIIIUUlH.lllllllllllllllllllllk.