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1 THE EMPIRE
\ IS THE MEDIUM
Through which the general
I publio can always Lave its
wants supplied.
Closing time for classified
advertisements: 2 P. M.
Closing time for display ad
vertisements: 11 A. M.
CLASSIFIED AD BATES
Ten cents per line first in
sertior
Five cents for subsequent in
s rtion.
I Special rates by the month.
I Count five average words to
I the line. _
BOAT FOR CHARTER
Power seine boat. "U and I” for
charter; 58 ft., 19 ton, 40 h.p.
Standard engine, good accommoda
tion, excellent service for towing,
carrying passengers and freight;
alar pood for cannery tender. Ad
dress Samuel G. Johnson, Kiliisnoo,
Alaska.
FOR HIRE—Cruiser “Eouralne.”
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—House*
FOR RJCNT — 6-room furnished
house, 822 Basin 'Road. Apply at
115 West 6th St. or Phone 330.
FOR RENT—Six-room house oh
Gold’ St. Inquire Nugget Shop.
■I < j" - St- t* 1 -—*—’ ■—*—
FOR RENT — Furnished houses
and cabins. R. E. Clark, 214 4th St
' FOR RENT—House. Mrs. Mont
(ornery Davis, Sixth and Seward.
FOR SALE
FOR SAI,E, very cheap — One
strongly built scow, built 1919, 52
gross tons, fitted with six 10-gaugs
tanks, total capacity 5400 gals ;
also derrick, winches and fittings.
Phone 196 or address P. O. Box
1065, Juneau.
FOR SAGE—6-hole steel range In
perfect condition; also tireless cook
er. Chas. Anderson, 220 2d St.
FOR SALE—Trolling boat. .Inquire
at Coliseum Theatre after 1 p. m.
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FOR ^SABE-—2 cottages, corner
Third and G61d. Inquire Nugget
Chop.
FOK SALE—Black Siberian fur
rabbitf; 6 breeding does 12 months
old, $12.50 each; 20 youngsters, 3
months, $3.50 each. Bargain. Wal
ler Campon, Box 101‘3, Wrangell,
Alaska.
HOS^E for sale, account owner's
ill health, $2AfHt Cash will handle,
balance in easy payments. Apply
H. E. Biggs, 427 East St., cor
ner 6th.
FORCED SALE—We are forced
to sell the Rockland House. Tills is
a sntnj for the right party. Call at
the First National Bank for terms.
‘"FOR SALE—40 ft. halibut boat,
equipped with 20 li p. engine. Fitted
out for halibut fishing; also has
turn tablo and seine. U. 11. Isaac
son, Ho* 156, Petersburg, Alaska.
FOR SALE OR RENT — Opera
house property, 2nd and Seward.
Ideal for lodging house or theatre.
Will consider terms. Inquire Mrs.
Jas. Winn, 127 Frahslin St., or Mrs
A. Winn’s millinery store , 2nd St.
~~ WANTED
CANDY-MAKING business. Start
at home. Everything furnished. Men,
women, $30 weekly. Bon-Bon Co.,
Philadelphia, Pa.
WANTED — Repairing houses,
fences, etc., gardening by a handy
man. Phone 209.
MISCELLANEOUS
“sTUDENTS_WANTED~—~Private
lessons given evenings in grade and
high school branches. Instruction in
English to foreigners. H. L. Row
ley, Douglas.
WE DO window wasting, general
housecleaning and garden work. Sat
isfaction guaranteed Address R-644,
Empire.
PIANO FOR HE NT—Phone 143.
Tor rent
FOR RENT Furnished 3-room
flat, bath. 217 Willoughby, Phone1'
432.
COMFORTABLE, steam - heated
rooms for rent. Call 634 Main St.,
or Phone 199.
FOR RENT—Apartments
FOR RENT — Furnished house
keeping rooms Apply 3rd and Gold
Phone 136
FOR RENT Furinished 3-room
apartment with hath. Mrs. Jack
Rowe, Willoughby Ave. Phone 4 6 4
f USED FUB1TITUBE
Bought, Sold and Exchanged
t N. BOCOVICH
| 211 Seward St.
I Telephone 4 41. P O. Box 2(1 |
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house—“The Cosy Corner of
Junesu;” 2, 2, 4 room apart
ments fully furnished for
housekeeping. Clean and re
spectable. Suitable for small
j families, ladles or gentlemen,
j Each apartment a home by lt
I self. Strictly private In every
| respect, Including linen, lights,
I baths, etc., Telephone services, j
| Warm and comfortable. Reason- j
| able rates. I
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THE JUNEAHAHD SEA VIEW T
Newly ^futmSuli^lhousekeep
Ing rooms, fully supplied with
all modern conveniences, includ
ing light, water, baths. All
outside rooms. Splendid view
of the Channel. Two. 3 and 4- |
room suites suitable for private !
families. Special winter rates. j
THE SEA VIEW
| Has clean, cozy apartments In !
j 2, 3 and 4-room suites for [
j bachelors looking for clean |
I quarters. Running water In j
j all rooms. Rates verv reason- j
| able ror the winter. Phone |
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SALTS FINE FOR
ACHING KIDNEYS
<*
We Eat Too Much Meat Which
Clogs Kidneys, Then the
Back Hurts
ijost folks forget that the kid
neys, like the bowels, get sluggish
and clogged and need a flushing;
occasionally, else we have back
ache and dull misery In the kidney
region, severe headaches, rheuma
tic twinges, torpid liver, acid stom
ach, sleeplessness and all sorts of
bladder disorders.
You simply must keep your kid-'
ntys active and clean and the mo
ment you feel an ache or pain in
the kidney region, get about four;
ounces of Jad Salts from any good
drug store here, take a tablespoon
ful in a glass of water before break-1
fast for a few days and your kid
neys will (hen act fine. This fa
mous salts is made from the acid of
1 grapes and lemon juice, combined
with lithia, and is harmless to flush
clogged kidneys and stimulate them
to normal activity. It also neutral-.
Uses tlie acids in the urine so It no
'longer irritates, thus ending blad
der disorders.
Jad Salts Is harmless; inexpen
sive; makes a delightful efferves
cent llthia-water drink which ev
erybody should take now and then
to keep their kidneys clean, thus
avoiding serious complications.
A well-known local druggist says
he soils lots of Jad Sglts to folks
who believe in overcoming kidney
trouble while it is only trouble.
— (Advertisement 1
| JAPANESE TOY SHOpT
I H. B. MAKIKO I
Front Street ' i
P. 0. Box 218 For Mail Orders I
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FIRE ALARM CALLS
1-8 Third and Franklin.
1-4 Front and Franklin.
1-1 Front, opp Marshall ft
Newman.
1-6 Front, opp. and near eld
Dispatch.
1-7 Front, opp City Wharl
1- 8 Front, near Sawmill.
2- 1 Home Germain Grocery
2-3 Willoughby opp Cole barn
2-4 Front and Seward
2-6 Front and Main
2-6 Second and Main
2-7 Fifth and Seward
2- 9 Fire Hall.
3- 2 Gastlneau and Raws Way
3-4 Second and Gold.
3 6 Fourth and Harris
3-6 Fifth and Gold
3-7 Fifth and Bast
3-8 Seventh and Gold
3- S Fifth and Kennedy
t-1 Ninth back ef power house
4- 2 Calhoun, opp Juneau Apta.
4-3 Dlstln Ave ft Indian Btreet
4-6 Ninth and Calhoun
4-6 Seventh and Mala
«.? Twelfth at Northers I/4ry
4-1 Twelfth and Wllloarhhy
POLLY AND HER PALS Open Work Openly Displayed. By CLIFF STERRETE
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'i METHODIST EPISCOPAL "
| CHURCH
o-- y
Tbe Church of the Cordial Welcome
(Corner Fourth and Seward Sts.)
Hev. II. E. Greening, Pastor.
Preaching by Rev. Joseph Olson
at 11 a. m.
i Sunday School at 12:15. Wallis
,8. George, Supt.
Junior League at 3 p. m. Mrs.
Krough, Supt.
Epworth League at 7:00 p. m
Subject. ' Thy Kingdom Come." t
Preaching by the pastor at 8 p. m
"Neglect not the assembling of
yourselves together, as the manner
of some is.”
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| NORTHERN LIGHT PRE8- j
BYTERIAN CHURCH |
r»„ - - - - ■ ■ - --»•
• « «
Rev. George G Bruce. D. D., pastor
Morning worship at 11:00 a. m
Subject, ' The Far Away Look.”
Bilile School at 12:15.
Sunday School at Thane 10:00
The Young People fr'ill meet ai
7:15.
Evening worship at 8:00. Sub
ject, "Five Things to Remember.”
Meeting for prayer and bible
study on Wednesday evening at 8.
a- *
| CATHOLIC CHURCH
a-u
Fifth Sunday after Easter.
(Feast of Sts. Phillip and .lames.)
6:00 a. m.—Mass and Commun
ion in'the Church.
8:00 a. m.—Mass, First Common-!
ion and General Communion of the
children- of the Parish.
10:30 a. m.—High mass and ser-;
mon on the Gospel of the Day.
2:00 p. m.—Meeting of the First
Communion children and Confirma
tion class.
7:30 p. m.-—Administration of the
Sacrament of Confirmation to 25:
candidates by Rt. Rev. Bishop Cri-'
moot followed by Benediction of the
Blessed Sacrament.
Thursday, May 5—Ascension Day.
Feast of obligation. Masses at 6, 7
end 0 o'clock
Friday—Meeting of the Ladies’ of
the Altar Society. Mrs. Geo. Simp
kins, hostess.
Saturday afternoon — Goody Sale
in the Valentine Building.
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GRAECO-RUSSIAN CRURCH |
a-c
(Rev. A. P. Kashnvaroff, Rector)
Midnight Saturday—Easter serv
ice.
Sunday,' 10 a. m.—Liturgy of St
John’s*, Crysoston.
Sunday, 6 p. in.—Easter vespers.
* HOLY TRINITY CATHEDRAL ?
Charles E. Rice, Dean Phone 603
Holy Communion 8:00 a m.
Morning Prayer and Sermon,
11:00 A. M.
Sunday school 12:15.
PRE8BYTERIAN NATIVE T
CHURCH ,a i
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(Rev. David Waggoner, pastor)
10:30 a. m.—Morning service.
11:30 a. m.—Bible School.
7:00 p. m. — Evening Service
7:00 p. m. — Wednesday—Mid
week prayer meeting
Visitors will be cordially wel
comed at all the services. You arc
invited to worship with us.
f
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
CHURCH
15-li
Sunday services will be held at
11 a. m. in the Church of the ChriB
Man Science Society of Juneau or
Fifth Street between Main and Sew
ard 8treets. The subject will be
"Everlasting Punishment."
Sunday School at 12:15.
Wednesday, 8:15 — Testimonial
meeting.
Christian Science Reading Room
_
at Room 8, Malony Building. Open
dally except. Sundays and holidays
from 2 to 1:30 p. m and from 7 to
? p m Wednesdays 7 to 8 p. no. j
The public Is cordially Invited to
attend these services and visit the:
reading room.
? ASSEMBLY OF GOD MISSION ?
:j-a
(Peerless Free Rending Room)
i ' Chas. < ,C. j PersoneuH, Leader.
Gospel services lield every Sun
day, Tuesday and Friday evenings
at 7:30.
Communion service the first Sun
day of each month.
Full gospel truths of the Bible
taught—salvation, sanctification, di
vine healing, baptism of the Holy
Ghost and the Lord's second coming.
Rveryone is cordially invited to
these services
The Reading Room is open all
the time and is a nice quiet place
fo rest and read when waiting for
boats or the ferry.
We have had 35 years experienc
in building tar roofs and repairing.
See E. Ellingen or Phone 136. adv.
JAKE SILVERMAN: We want
to hear, from you. Please write1
Mother. —adv i
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
United States Land Office
Serial 03776
Juneau, Alaska, March 21, 1921
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that Hilary M. McKanna of Amalgn,
Alaska has submitted final Hire
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 !4 mile
East of Eagle River Landing in Lat
58- 30' N. and Long. 134° 48' W
and more particularly described a
follows:
Commencing at Cor. No. 1
whence U. S. L. M. No. 89 F.
S. bears S. 70° 50' W. 15.48
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, thehce S. 0° 17' E.
30.16 chs. to Cor. No. 6, thence
N. 29° 50’ W. 37.97 chs. to
Cor. No. 1 the place of begin- \
nlng, Containing an area of
61.93 acres. Magnetic variation
31° 15' ftast Unsurveyed lands,
Tongass National Forest.
FRANK A BOYLE,
Register.
First publication March 24, 1921
Last publication..May 25, 1921.
Juneau Ferry & Navigation
Company
Leaving Juneau for Douglas, Tread
well and Thane
7:10a.m. 12:15p.m. 6:10p.m.
! *9:30a.m. §2:00p.m. J7:30p.m
! tl:00am. *3:10p.m. 9:40p.m.
4:40p.m. ll:25p.m
Leave Douglas for Treadwell and
Thane
I 7:25a.m. 12:30pm. 9:66p.m.
: *9:45a.m. *3.25p.m. ll:60p.m
4:69p.m.
6:26p.m. tl:15a.m
Leave Treadwell for Thane
7:30a.m. 12:36p.m. 6:30p.m
•9:60a.m. *3:30p.m. 10:00p.m
6:00pm. 11:65pm
tl:20a.m
j Leave Thane for Treadwell, Douglas
and Juneau
8:10a.m. *12:60p.m. 10:15p.m
i*10:05am. 4:06p.m. 12:00p.m
6:16p.m. tl:35a.m
6:46p.m.
Leave Treadwell for Douglas and
Juneau
8:26am. *l:06p.m. 7:00p.m.
•10:20a.m. 4:20p.m. 10:30p.m.
6:30p.m. 12:15a.m
tl:60a m
Leave Douglas for Juneau
8:30a.m *l:10p.m. 7:05p.m
*10:25a.m 2:15p.m. 7:45p.m
4:25p.m. 10:35p.m
5:35p.m. 12:20am
41:55a.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.
Fraternal Societies
--OF
'Gaslineau Channel
0 . £ L K S
Meeting Wednesday
Evening at 8:00
o'clock Ellu’ Hall.
. W. J. MANAHAN
Exalted Ruler.
JOHN A. OAVXS,
Secretary.
Co-Ordinate Bodies
Scottish Rite G
April 1—Business 1
meeting. All Bodies. I
April 15 — Alaska
Conslstory No. 1
I. O. O. F,
SILVER BOW
LODGE NO. * A. __
Meets avery Thursday evening at 7:30.
Odd Fellows' Hall, 2nd and Franklin
Sts. Gunnar Gustafson, Soc’y. Ear
E. Smith, Noble Urand. Visiting I.O O.F.
welcome. _ _ ;
MOUNT JUNEAU LODGE
NO. 147, F. A A. M. *
Stated Communication Py
Second and Fourth Mondays ff/A
of each Month. In Odd Fellows />F\
Hall, beginning a* 7:10 o'clock. Ejfl*
C. J. WOOFTER, Master.
CH^S. E. NAGHEL, Secretary ' '
Order of the
EASTER* STAX
and Fourth Tuee
of each month. I
KNIGHTS OF
COLUMBUS
SEGHERS COUNCIL No.
1760. Meetings second
ar I last Mondays at 7:30
v. m. Transient Broth
Vf*,urS?d to attend. Council Chambers
Fifth St. Martin A. Lavenlk. G. K
Edward V. 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
second and 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 Fridaj
plght, 8 o'clock,
j Moose Hall. S
Wallstedt, Dictator; R. II. Stevens,
Secretary.
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1 WOMEN OF MOOSEHEART I
I LEGION l
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. G. Ingman.
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For Fancy and Staple
GROCERIES
McMillan brothers
Prices Reasonable
^ Phone 116—Prompt Delivery ^
a-. ' mil
0RPHEUM BOOMS-I |
Steam heated, fnmished rooms. ! !
Hoi and cold running water | .
!» every room. Tranalent | I
rates $1.00 and iiy.
Corner Mala and WUlonghby j
Phone $t«
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BEAUTIFY AND PROTECT ;
THE BUILDING
' by covering the root with con
I Crete tile. Adaptable to most all
j types of roofs. Needs no repair. ,
| First cost only expense. Ever- ]
j j lasting Fireproof Waterproof. |
I also manufacture concrete |
I building blocks, bricks, chira- !
; I ney blocks, sills, lintels, steps. I
I G. E. KRAUSE , I
| Brick & Stone Mason. Plasterer l
I Basement Postoffice Phone 439 I
a-—--■
THERE ARE A THOUSAND WAYS
TO SPEND MONEY '
BUT ONLY ONE WAY TO SAVE.
Have a Bank Account
_ . ■
The First National Bank of Juneau
• i I • • • ’ r,
FINE POULTRY ’g&srcg”
DELIVERY HOUR £ ?%.
Frye-Bruhn Market lewurd I treat ***
“After all has been said
about coal, it is still coal,”
/
said a man to ns. 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: T If you are,
let us send you a ton and convince
you also. We specialize In feed.
PEMMER & RITTER
PHONE! 114. f
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.
[Canadian]
IPACIfICJ
yLinn-Wkvf
FOB PRINCE RUPERT, VANCOUVER
VICTORIA, SEATTLE
S. S. “PRINCESS MARY”
Leave Juneau May 2, 12, 23
Baggage bonded through to S<«uie. Passengers
have no trouble or delay account cuBtoma or
Immigration regulations.
'Vgpp * * ** 44 ■'*
■, V* R> F. RICHARDSON, O eneral AKer.t,, Jun«aa 1
", *VP.-5. DAVB EVANS, A*«ttt,'Than*;*'*« ■»
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ALASKA
STEAMSHIP COMPANY ]
SAFETY — SERVICE — SPEED r
Tickets to Seattle and Tacoma
NORTH—ARRIVE JUNEAU SOUTH—FROM JUNEAU
JEFFERSON May 1 JEFFERSON .May 2
NORTHWESTERN .. April 26 NORTHWESTERN . May 3
ALAMEDA .April 24
_ _ . A , '
W. E. NOWELL, Agent, Juneau; Phone 2.
ELMER E. SMITH, Agent, Douglas; Phone Douglas 33.
.1-^PACIFIC .STEAMSHIP COMPANYg=J
SCHEDULE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
Steamer Leaves Seattle Northbound Westbound Southbound
Ad. Watson .April 26 April 29 May 9
City of Seattle .. .May 2, May 5 May 6
Three Sailing* per week from Seattle, San rrancisco, ix>g Angeles
and San Diego
TICKET OFFICE ON ADMIRAL DOCK; J. H. KLINE, Agt. Phone 4.
GUT SMITH, AGENT AT DOUGLAS; Phone 18.
SAFETY COURTESY SPEED SERVICE

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