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THE ALASKA DAILY EMPIRE
VOL. IV., NO. 49S. JUNEAU, ALASKA, SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 1914. ' . PRICE, TEN CENTS
ta pirn OF [|?f i ? ? r% I*
Lightning-Hit Balloon Safe;
Three Others Missing
PORTLAND. Ore., June 13. ? Pilot
John Berry and aid George G. Morri
son. of the balloon that was struck
by lightning yesterday, arrived here
today. Neither of them was serious
ly injured.
Berry's balloon fell near Beaver
creek at Oregon City.
Three of the four balloons starting
Thursday are still missing.
GOV. STRONG'S FIRST
APPEARANCE TONIGHT
The first public appearance in Alas
ka of Gov. J. P. A. Strong since his
visit at Washington will be at the pub
lic meeting at Elks' hall tonight under
the auspices of the Juneau Democratic
Club. The meeting Is for men and wom
en of all political faiths. Gov. Strong
will have something to say that will
be interesting to the people of the Ter
ritory. and doubtless there will be a
good attendance to hear what he has
to say.
Dr. H. C. De Vighne. president of
the club, will preside, and in addition
to Gov. Strong, J. A. Hellenthal will
speak. The J.H.S. band will provide
music.
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+ MARINE NOTES +
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The Jefferson arrived from the
South at 8 a. m.. proceeding to Skag
way three hours later: returning she
will sail South tomorrow noon.
The Mariposa sailed from Seattle
for the North last night.
The Georgia arrived from Sitka this
afternoon and will sail for Skagway
at midnight tonight.
The Princess Sophia sailed South
from here yesterday morning.
The City of Seattle sailed South
from here yesterday afternoon.
Monday morning and sail south Tues
day morning.
The Admiral Evans is due from the
South June 18th.
The Al-Ki arrived from the South
this afternoon and will sail for Sitka
with the excursion party early this
evening.
JEFFERSON ARRIVES.
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The steamer Jefferson arrived In
port this morning at S o'clock from Se
attle and proceeded to Skagway three
hours later with the following passen
gers:
From Seattle for Juneau?Geo. Per
ry. Mrs. Haas. W. F. Carter. E. Hurl
but, Mrs. E. Hurlbut. J. B. Turner, J.
S. Sterling. H. Hamburger. Geo. R.
Noble. Mrs. Noble, E. R. Wilcox. Mrs.
Geo. Blabon. Mrs. M. E. Riedraan. H.
Allen, D. C. Stutter. E. E. Johnson. R.
McKenzic.
From Juneau to Skagway: Mrs. John
Welse, A. N. Smith. Mrs. G. Sayers.
H. A. Bishop and wife. H. Van and H.
P. Crowther.
The Jefferson will return from Skag
way and sail South tomorrow after
noon.
ROYAL PLAYERS SCORE
ANOTHER SUCCESS
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The Royal Players company were
seen to good advantage last night at
their first appearance in the Juneau
theatre in "The Bishop's Carriage."
The play was well received by a well
fllled house. Miss Elliott in the part
of "Nance Olden." the girl crook, was
clever. Charles E. Royal, as "Sam
uel Hillery." the drunken husband and
father, as usual maintained his part in
a finished manner. Ted Howland. as
"Tom Dorgan." the thief, and Shirley
McDonnell, as "Henry Jamison." the
lawyer, lived the parts. In short the
company scored a success. "The Bish
op's Carriage" will be repeated to
night at the Juneau theatre.
On Sunday and Monday nights the
Royal Players will put on "Sunday."
the four act drama in which Ethel Bar
rymore made such a decided hit in
New York. Reserved seats are on sale
at Barragar's Post Office Store.
MR. ANO MRS. LAFE
SPRAY COMING NORTH
Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Spray are pas
sengers for Juneau on the Mariposr
that sailed from Seattle last night
Mr. Spray and Miss Pauline Nordstnin
were married at Bellingham. Wash,
last Tuesday at the home* of MY
Spray's sister. The bride is a daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nordstrom
of Hadley, and is accomplished anc
popular.
NO COUNCIL MEETING
TO BE HELD TONIGH7
There was no council meeting las
night as the evening was taken up b:
the members of the City Council, sit
ting on the equalization board.
The equalization board met agaii
this afternoon for the last time.
MRS. RUMMEL'S MOTHER DIES
J. W. Rummel received a telegran
this afternoon from Mrs. Rummel it
Seattle, stating that her mother ha<
died there at noon today.
Trade with JUNEAU DRUG CO. a
107 Front St. You may win a frc<
trip to San Francisco.
THE WEATHER TODAY.
Twenty-four hours ending at 3 p. m.
Maximum, 70.
Minimum, 44.
Part cloudy.
BIG BASE BALL GAME AT
TREAD WELL TOMORROW
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The fans of Gastinoau channel are
looking forward to a good gamo of
baseball on the Treadwell grounds
tomorrow afternoon, beginning at 3:15
o'clock. The batteries will probably
be Ford and Duggan for Gastlneau
Juneau and Johnson and Coblentz for
Douglas-Treadwell. Ralph Frary will
probably be the umpire. The line up
will be about the same as In previous
games.
Admission Fees.
The admission cost Is 25 cents for
everybody, and everybody is expected
to pay. The management complains
that many people have been dodging
the paymnt of admittance much to
the damage of the sport.
Season tickets, entitling gentleman
nnd lady to attend all the games at
either Juneau or Douglas Island dur-!
ing the season cost $5 each, and may
be obtained at Burford's Corner, Bar-|
rargar's. Doran's Drug Store, Alaska
Grill, C. W. Young Company's, B. M.
Behrends' Bank or Manager R. J.
Wulzen. at the Alaska-Gastineau Min
ing Company's office.
COURT OFFICIALS GO
TO SKAGWAY MONDAY
The officers of the United States
District Court leave Juneau Monday to
hold a short term at Skagway. The
party will sail on the Mariposa Mon
day night, and Judge Robt. W. Jen
nings will open the term Tuesday.
Only a few civil cases will be heard,
' and the term will probably continue
for a week. Those of the party leav
ing on Monday are. Judge Jennings
and Secretary H. P. Benson, Clerk of
Court Jay \V. Bell, and Marshal Harry
A. Bishop.
Judge J. R. Winn. Judge R. A. Gun
nison. Z. R. Cheney. Judge H. B. Le
Fevre and other members of the Jun
eau bar will accompany the court to
Skagway.
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JUNEAU GUN CLUB
ELECTS ITS OFFICERS
At a meeting of the members of the
gun club last evening, held at the offi
ces of the C. \V. Young company's
store, J. H. King was elected president
and J. H. Long secretary and treas
urer.
It was voted to call the organiza
tion the Juneau Gun Club and a com
mittee was appointed to draft by-laws. I
The following members were pres
ent last night: Charles Goldstein, C.
\V. Carter. A. C. Carrigan, J. W. Bell. J.
H. King. J. H. Long. A. D. Austin. Tom
Banbury and John Museth.
SENATOR BRUNER'S
MONEY RECOVERED
The purse that Senator Elwood Bru
ner thought he had lost at Skagway.
containing $-100 in money and a draft
for $600 has been recovered according
to the Skagway Alaskan. Senator
Bruner had given i tto the purser of
the Alameda for safe keeping after
leaving Juneau, and forgot to get it
before leaving the ship at Skagway.
The purser of the Alameda turned the
money over to Senator J. M. Tanner,
of Skagway. who forwarded it to Sen
I ator Bruner at Nome.
AS IN A LOOKING GLASS
! Your last night to see the big thrill
i lng production. "As in a Looking
? Glass." in three parts, with the world's
> highest salaried actress Marion Leon
i ard, in the leading role. This is a
. story in which a mother sells her
. daughter to a millionaire. A very
touching society drama written by
i Shakespeare.
1 Come tonight and you will see a
. good show. We close with a very
i laughable Keystone comedy.
> Suhday's Big Program:
"In the Grip of the Vampire." anoth
er sensatioual. three-reel feature, a
story that will hold every one from
the start to finish.
"I Love You" and "Pisa. Italy," a
good reel.
"Barred from the Mails," a Than
1 houser comedy. Don't miss our Sun
' day shows?they are always good, and
' are carefully selected just for the
' event.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S
I SALE.
WHEREAS, on the 13th day of June,
1914, by an order of sale duly made
T and entered on said date by the Pro
bate Court for Alaska. Juneau Prc
t cinct, in the Matter of the Estate ot
t Richard Johnson. Deceased, the Ad
? ministrator of said estate was ordered
to sell all of Fractional Lot Five (5)
i and Lot Six (6) in Block F, of the
Town of Juneau, Alaska, at public
vendue for cash.
NOW. THEREFORE. I. Emery Val
entine. Administrator of said Estate
, will on Tuesday, the 14th day of July
j 1914. at th? hour of ten o'clock in the
j morning of said day, at the Courl
House door in Juneau. Alaska, offer
for sale to the highest and best bid
der for casl^ all of Fractional Lot Five
B (5) and Lot Six (6) in Block F of the
Town of Juneau, Alaska, as one par
cel.
Dated this 13th day of June. 1914.
EMERY VALENTINE.
Administrator of the Estate ol
Richard Johnson, Deceased
Publications: June 13th, 20th, 27th;
July 3d, and 11th.
ALL READY fOR
FLAG DAY PROGRAM
Everything Is in readlnoss for the
King Day exercises that are to tako
place at Elks' hall tomorrow night un
der the auspices of Juneau Lodge, No.
420, B. P. 0. E. The hall Is being dec
orated with patriotic colors; good mu
sic has been provided, the beautiful
rituullstic ceremonies will bo given,
and Gov. J. P. A. Strong will give an
address.
The commltteo in charge of the mat
ter acknowledges Its appreciation of
the assistance rendered by A. E. Mill
er, of Tacoma, a member of the order,
and chairman of the decoration com
mittee, In arranging the decorations.
The Flag Day services, tomorrow
night, will be followed Monday night
by a dance.
Program.
Tho program arranged for tomorrow
night follows:
Overture?Prof. Surapf's Orchestra.
Introductory Exercises ? Exalted
Ruler and Lodge Officers.
Invocation?Chaplain Claude Erlcson.
Song?Columbia, the Gem of the
Ocean.
History of the Flag?J. B. Marshall.
Altar Services ? Elks' Ritual?Es
quire and Lodge Officers.
I Song?Auld Lang Syne.
| Song?Selected?Mone Snow.
Southern Airs?Orchestra.
Solo?Mrs. M. E. Kalkensteln.
Address?Gov. J. F. A. Strong.
Song?America. (Audience is re
quested to Join in singing.)
Officers of Lodge.
Tho following are the officers of Ju
neau lodge and the members of tho
committees having the Flag Day exer
cises and dance In charge:
Lodge Officers?Geo. F. Forrest, Ex
alted Ruler: Dr. W. E. Mulholland, Es
teemed Leading Knight: Allen Shat
tuck. Esteemed Loyal Knight; R. J.
Craig, Esteemed Lecturing Knight;
Harvey Turner. Esquire; R. E. Wilson.
Treasurer; H. I. Lucas, Tiler; J. L.
Gray. Inner Guard.
Trustees?H. A. Bishop, A. Mackey
and G. A. McNaughton.
Flag Day Committee?Wm. R. Gar
ster, chairman; R. P. Carmine, H. H.
Post, Fred Hamburg, Ben Learning,
Monte Snow, and D. M. Bothwell.
Decorating Committee?A. E. Miller,
F. Hamberg, Wm. R. Garster and R. P.
Carmine.
FRAME CALLS CONVENTION
TO MEET AT VALDEZ
J. \V. Frame yesterday called a
"Democratic convention" to convene
at Valdez July 30th, and announced
j that it is the purpose of those whom
he represents to complete nn organ!
i zation throughout the Territory. He
announced that the hotels of Valdez
J will be thrown open to all who attend i
the convention. As a further induce- j
i ment for participation in the conven-1
tlon he says "Alaska's Delegate will
be here (Vaidez) Late in July, and a
full Legislative ticket will be named
in each division." and that excursion
rates are being arranged. He asks
that "Wilson progressives hold primar
ies ic every precinct in the Territory."
J. W. Frame was selected as chair
man of a Territorial committee by that
faction of the Democratic convention t
held at Valdez two years ago that nom
inated Martin Harrais for Delegate to
Congress and sent a delegation to Bal
timore that was refused seats in the
National convention. At the election
| that followed Martin Harrais received
something over 200 votes in the Ter
ritory for Delegate to something more
than 1100 received by Robert W. Jen
nings.
Identical telegrams announcing the
call of the convention were sent from
Valdez to ail tho nowspapers of Alas
j ka yesterday over the signature of the
[ Commoner, Frame's newspaper.
PLANS CALL FOR LARGE
DOCKS AND WAREHOUSE
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Plans for the new dock, wnrohouso.
cottages and oil tank for the new plant
J of the Standard Oil company, are now
in the hands of local contractors for
tho purpose of making estimates. The
wharf is to be 100 x 275 feet with a
warehouse 60 x 120. In addition to
these there arc to be two cottages and
four steel storage tanks. The cottages
will be used for housing the families
of tho employees in chargo of tho sta
i tion.
I . . .
CAREFUL ATTENTION
is given ail prescriptions, ir taken to
Doran's Prescription Pharmacy. Here
all prescriptions are in%'arlably com
pounded with absolute accuracy. Only
pure drugs are used; no substitution Is
ever allowed. Physicians know this.
Regular patrons appreciate it.
Phone 3?Doran's Prescription Phar
macy. 5-20-tf.
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN.
Launch Ariel, length 20 ft. 6 h. p.
engine. Price $250. Perfect condition.
Enquire Davis Eros. P. 0. Box 17. 12t
I have some new designs for short
waists and underwear; also all kinds
of embroidery material and cottons.
Stamping done to order. THE VOGUE
SHOP, opposite the Orpheum. Mrs.
? I Albert Berry, Phono Main 243.
.; Mo-We-Fr.
UNTIL THE 4th OF JULY,
; at Charles Goldstein's, a pair of Net
itleton shoes or a Stetson hat free with
i every suit. 6-11-tf
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SKATING SUNDAY.
Skating Sunday, Jaxon's rirfk. New
floor, new music, new organ. Tell it
'to everybody.
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A clean, well-pressed suit is a busi
; ness asset. Try Shearer & Torvlnen,
j 128 Front St., prone 242. 6-12-lm.
BUSINESS MEN UK(j[
CO-OPERATIVE MINES
DENVER, Colo., Juno 13. ? Yester
day the committee of cltlezns appoint
ed at the meeting of the business men
and citizens of this State some time
ago for the purpose of nrranglng and
suggesting a satisfactory program for
the settlement of the coal miners'
war and tho prevention of similar con
flicts In the future, proposed to Gov.
Elias M. Amnions that the State as
sist tho coal miners who are dissatis
fied with their treatment by the coal
mine owners to organize co-operative
companies to work some, of tho State's'
coal lands The committee points out
that Colorado owns thousands of acres
of the best coal lands in the West,
thnt it is easily developed, nnd con
tends that its development would have
tho effect of compelling private owner
ship to adopt regulations as satisfac
tory as those provided for the opera
tion of tho co-oporntlvo mining com
panies.
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? LEAGUE BASEBALL +
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4? + * ? + 4, + + *fr + + + + + * + 4>
NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE
Yesterday's Scores:
At Victoria?Portland, 4; Victoria, 0.
Batteries?Victoria, Pope and Hoff
man: Portland, Leonard and Murray.
Second game?Victoria, 9; Portland,
6. Batteries ? Victoria, Drlscoll,
Smith and Hoffman; Portalnd, Leo
nard, Frombach and Murray.
At Seattle?Spokane. 2; Seattle, 0. Bat
teries?Seattle, Glpe and Cadman;
Spokane, Covelsklo and Brenegan.
At Vancouver?Vancouver. 4; Tacoma.
2. Batteries?Vancouver, Clark and
Grindell; Tacoma, Jones, Boice and
Harris.
Second game?Vancouver, 1; Tacoma,
0. Batteries?Vancouver, Doty and
Cheek: Tacoma, Kaufman and Har
ris.
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE.
Yesterday's Sep res:
At Los Angeles?Venice, 2; Sacramen
to. 1. Batteries?Venice, White and
Elliott: Sacramento, Williams and
Hannah.
At Portland -Portland, 8; Oakland, 0.
Batteries ? Portland, West, Fisher
and Yantz; Oakland, Ramey and
Mitze.
At San Francisco?Los Angeles, 4;
San Francisco, 2. Batteries?San
Francisco, Lieflcld and Clark; Los
Angeles, Hughes and,Boles.
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Yesterday's Scores:
At Chicago?Washington, 3; Chicago,
0. Batteries?Chicago. Russell, Jack
son, Lathrop and Schalk; Washing
ton. Balcy, Ay era and-Henry.
At Detroit?Detroit, 1; Boston, 0. Bat
teries?Detroit, Coveleskie and Sta
nage; Boston, Johnson and Cady.
At Cleveland?Philadelphia, 6; Cleve
land, 1. Batteries?Cleveland, Col
lamore, James and O'Neil; Philadel
phia, Wyckoff and Lapp.
At St. Louis?St. Louis, 9; New York,
3. Batteries?St. Louis, Baumgard
ner, I.cary and Fisher; New York,
Cole and Nunamaker.
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Yesterday's Scores:
At New York?Chicago. 7; New York,
f>. Batteries?New York, Tesreau,
Fronime and Wilbe; Chicago, Mey
ers, Lavender, Humphries, Cheney
and Bresnahan and Needham.
At Boston?Boston, 5; Pittsburgh, 3.
Batteries?Boston, Perdue and Cow
dy; Pittsburgh, McQuillan, Harmon
and Gibson.
At Philadelphia?Philadelphia, 5; Cin
cinnati, 1. Batteries?Philadelphia,
Mayer and Burns; Cincinnati, Ames,
Davenport, Clark and Gonzales.
At Brooklyn?St. Louis, 8; Brooklyn,
7. Batteries ? Brooklyn, Rucker,
Pfeffer and McCarty; St. Louis, Rob
inson, Steele, Salle and Snyder.
FEDERAL LEAGUE.
Yesterday's Scores:
At Chicago?Baltimore, 4; Chicago, 0.
Batteries?Chicago, Fisk, Blank and
[ Wilson; Baltimore, Suggs and Jack
| lltsch.
I At Kansas City ? Kansas City, 5;
j Brooklyn, 1. Batteries ? Kansas
J City, Stone and Enzcnroth; Brook
| lyn, Somor, Peters and Owens.
At St. Louis?Buffalo, 1; St. Louis, 0.
Batteries?gt. Louis, Brown and Si
man; Buffalo, Moore and Blair. '
At Indianapolis?Indianapolis, 5; Pitts
burgh, 4. Batteries?Indianapolis,
Falkenberg and Ratrden; Pitts
burgh, Walker and Berry.
C. R. REID WAS TO BE
MARRIED IN SEATTLE
Cunningham R. Rcid, an employee
!n the Governor's office and Juneau's
weather man, left Juneau to be mar
ried in Seattle. The date of the mar
riage was fixed for June 11th. The
bride is Miss Julia C. Trabor. of Con
cord, Kentucky, whom Mr. Reld met
at Juneau feur years ago when Miss
Traber visited friends in Juneau and
vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Reld will vlsil
in Seattle. Tacoma and other points
before returning to this city.
NOTICE.
Members of the Fourth of July com
mittees are requested to meet Tues
day evening, June 16th, instead o)
Monday, June 15th, as previously an
nounced. The postponement is or
account of the Elks' dance that ii
to take place at Elks' hall Mondaj
night. SIMON HIRSCH,
Chairman of Executivo Committee
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LADIES' HAIR GOODS.
We specialize in rare shade switches
etc., made to order. THE VOGUE
Mrs. Albert Berry, opposite the Or
phoum, Phone Main 243. Tu-Th-Sa
YYILMJN IU aiun rl
PEAL BILL TOMORROW
WASHINGTON, June 13. ? Presi
dent Woodrow Wilson will sign the
frco tolls repeal bill next Monday, ac
cording to an announcement ho mndc
last night
President Off for Princeton.
President Wilson departed this
morning for Princeton fo attend a re
union of his graduation class ? the
Princeton class of 1879.
President at Princeton.
PRINCETON. N. J., June 13.?Presi
dent Wilson nrrlved here and wns
heartily greeted by old classmates,
who slapped him on tho back und
treated him as one of themselves.
A NEW WELL SPRING.
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JUNEAU. June 12.?To the Editor?
The diving rod in the hands of expert
politicians is seeking out the well
springs of the various parties. In the
years past the Territory has been well
explored and the located sources care
fully conducted by devious channels
to the main reservoir of the party's
supply. But a new source presents
itself to tho forked hazel?the wom
en's vote.
Truly the women of Alaska did not
seek In legislative halls the franchise
?many tried to avoid the issue. How
ever, tho Alaskan woman recognizes
tho responsibility placed upon her and
will assume the duties of suffrage as
her sisters are doing in the States.
Tho women's vote, though small, is
one to be reckoned with in the mak
ing up of the political slate. The ward
bosses, having dealt with men in
their generation, arc naturally aghast
at tho demands made upon them by
tho newly-franchlsed women. In many
communities candidates are requested
to appear before women's clubs and
to state the principles for which they
stand, while all candidates are passed
upon by investigating committees as
to moral character and general quali
fications.
The franchise has come in time to
save woman from "Bridgitis." The
"Auction" devotee declares the recall
to be vastly more exciting than "Ave
honors" or "a hundred aces." This is
demonstrated by the way the mnyors
of Seattle and Tncoma were marched
up the hill to annihilation and then,
for the sake of onothor thrill, they
marched them down again. Woman's
intuition or spiritual Insight is liable
to have some effect even upon Alas
knn politics.
To some extent the Northern wom
en are different from the general race
feminine. Her staying qualities are
more thoroughly developed, nnd her
gambling instinct is Intact. In spite
of the fact that she Is a good fellow
when she loses, she thoroughly loves
to win. For this reason no weakling
need seek her vote but a man of ster
ling principles and wholesome morals.
The camp fires gleam. The war is
not yet on, but forces are assembling.
Tomorrow may see the lineup. Re
member, Warriors bold, Kipling's "Fe
male of the Species" when is comes
to the real scrimmage.
(Signed) Little Sister of the Boss.
CHANGE AT THE ORPHEUm.
Tonight the following Class "A"
Photo Plays will be shown:
"A Frightful Blunder" by the Blo
graph Co., and shows the narrow es
cape a patient has on account of a
druggist's blunder.
"The Secret Marriage," Is a rural
drama by the Balcm Co.
"The Spanish Parrott Girl," Is a
modern Spanish romance by the Selig
company.
"On The Job," Is a roaring comedy
by the Essany Co.
Sunday and Monday.
"Pathe Weekly," all the latest
events Including Mutt and JefT. The
athletics score, two talllos In the open
ing game of the world's series In
which the Giants nre defeated 6 to 4
at New York. N. Y.
"The Artists Sacrifice," the story
of a brother's generosity featuring
clover Alice Joyce.
"A Youthful Knight," a comedy
drama by the Edison Co., and is a
beautiful story of the Ingenious meth
od which a mother used In curbing
the boisterous, rowdy spirit of her
son and of the effect upon the little
girl whom he had singled out to re
ceive his knlghty homage.
"Beau Brummell," featuring James
Young of the Vltagraph Co., Is the
pink of perfection. Born in luxury
and bred In opulence, he Is reduced
to poverty. The most talked of man
In all history.
"Hlram Buys an Auto," Is a laugh
from start to finish, and concludes the
above strong show.
Don't miss "Cleopatra."
I THE AMERICAN DRUGGISTS SYN
DICATE
have granted an agency to the Juneau
1 Drug Co., "the store thnt has what
you wnnt when you want It," 107
Front St., opposite Alaskan Hotel,
j The goods have already arrived, and
[ you can obtain any of the A. D. S.
' preparations from us. We particularly
1 recommend, because they arc good,
the A. D. S. Peroxide cream, one of
the best vanishing creams on the
market, and A. D. S. famous Laxttive
Tablets, "Fruit Lax," 25c and 50 c.
? Phone 250. Immediate delivery. It
f JUST RECEIVED
| a few select ladies' tailored suits, in
, latest shades, also silk petticoats, ki
r monns and silk underwear. Up-to-date
dress making. MRS. GAGE, 201 Main
. street; phono 379. 6-ll-3t.
~J. H. Cobb, E. Lang Cobb, and Chas.
i, G. Joy went to Auk Bay in the Cobb
!, launch today to spend Sunday fishing
^ and hunting and will return Monday
l morning.
wasmngion Believes reate
In Mexico Sure Now
M/.KIPOSA SAILS
WITH BIG LIST
SEATTLE, Juno 13.?The Mariposa
sailed for Seattle last night with the
following named passengers for Ju
neau: George Staadackor, Miss J. Nor
wn'c Miss M. Otterson, Miss L. Han
Ben,'Miss Augusta Marcuson, Axel
Carlson, John L. Carlson, Mrs. E. B.
Uenssf men. Miss Cordelia JennlngB,
E. N. Gott, Miss A. Boyer, Miss John
eon, Esther Carlson, Mrs. D. J. Sulli
van, L. R. Hain, Mrs. Milton Winn,
Ruth Carlson, George G. Hunter, H. R.
Edwards and wife, J. L. Skoog, Lafe
Spray and wife, Mrs. W. J. Skoog, Jas.
Dempsey, James Mahoney, O. A. Green
leaf, F. H. Bower, V. W. Janney, Geo.
Blomskog, J. R. MceNil, Claud Strom
berg, T. W. Powers, Mjs. B. Haslam,
B. H. Rowe, Jdhn Sail and three steer
age.
MRS. C. J. NUNNE
DIES AT NOME
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NOME, Juno 13.?Mra. C. J. Nunne,
court reporter and one of the most
popular women of this city, died here
yesterday.
Mrs. Nunne Known In Juneau.
Mrs. Nunne Is known by all the for
mer residents of Nome who now reside
In Juneau. They agree that she was
a very popular and capable official.
She had been court stenographer for
a long time, and was retained in of
fice by each succeeding adminstration.
SEATTLE JURY ACQUITS
ALLEGED HIRED KILLER
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SEATTLE, Juno 13.?Frank Plcconl,
whom it was alleged that Mrs. Wern
er confessed that she had hired to kill
her husband on their farm at Issa
quah, wns acquitted by a jury last
night of a charge of murder.
ARCHDEACON HUDSON
STUCK IS AT SEATTLE
SEATTLE, June 13. ? Archdeacon
Hudson Stuck, the Alaska missionary
and conqueror of Mt. McKinley, arriv
ed from the East last night on his way
back to Alaska. He will await the ar
rival of Episcopal Bishop P. T. Rowe,
who is on his way here from Juneau,
with whom he will consult before go
ing North.
FOURTH OF JULY FUND
PASSES $2,000 MARK
Notwithstanding the fact that over
$4000 was collected for baseball pur
poses this spring, the Fourth of July
celebration finance committee has se
cured $2,000. Chairman Guy Mc
McNaughton, of the committee said
today there was at least $500 more
in sight. He said that those over
looked could subscribe to the fund by
calling up or seeing any member of
the finance committee, which consists
of Guy McNaughton, H. J. Raymond,
H. J. Fisher and R. C. Hurley.
The committee will make another
canvass.
Executive Committee to Meet.
S. Hirsch, chairman, has called a
meeting of the executive committee
for next Tuesday night. The meeting
had been called for Monday, but was
postponed because of the Elks' dance,
that is to take place that night.
'? '? 9 3MVnbH?HV3 (KIV
PUBLIC LIBRARY DIRECTORS
WOULD LIKE MAGAZINES
The board of directors of the Jun
eau Kree Reading Room and Public
Library would be glad to have the
people of Juneau send in lists of the
magazines for which they would wish
to donate subscriptions. To simplify
matters and avoid duplicating, those
interested in this good cause are re
quested to send their lists to the chair
man of the Publicity Committee, Mrs.
E. Valentine, 526 East 5th St.
Thus far, subscriptions to the fol
lowing magazines have been donated:
Ladies' Home Journal, Everybody's,
Travel, American, St. Nicholas, Na
tional Geographic Magazine, Athlantic
and Extension.
LIQUOR SELLING CASE UP
BEFORE JUDGE MARSHALL
Alice Moore was arrested this morn
ing under a warrant charging her with
selling Intoxicating liquors without a
license. She wns taken before United
States Commissioner Marshall where
she pleaded not guilty. Her case was
set for hearing Tuesday afternoon at
3 o'clock.
SEATTLE CHAMBER OF
COMMERCE OFFICIAL HERE
W. A. Menrs, manager of the Trans
portation Bureau, of the Seattle Cham
ber of Commerce, is a Juneau visitor.
He is in Alaska in the interest of
Seattle business, and will visit all the
coast towns. Ho will be a member of
the Sitka excursion on the Al-KI.
GOING TO SITKA.
Among those who will make the
round trip to Sitka on the Al-KI are
H. C. Strong, president of the North
land Steamship Company, F. D. Black
of Seattle, wife and son, and Mrs. A1
ma Delnnoy Tenl, of Seattle.
MASONIC MEETING.
Called communication Mt. Juneai
Lodge No. 147, F. & A. M., Oddfellowi
hall, Monday evening, June 15,.eigh
o'clock. Work in the E. j\. degree
Visiting brethren cordially invited. B;
order W. M. 6-13-2t
E. D. BEATTIE, Sec)
WASHINGTON, Juno 13.?The pro
tocal signed yesterday evening by the
members of the peace conference at
Niagara Falls provides for the com
plete elimination of Huerta from Mex
ican affairs. It Is believed horo that
It will bo satisfactory to the Consti
tutionalists and that It will result In
flnnl peace In Mexico.
COMMISSION URGES
RAILROAD PUBLICITY
WASHINGTON, Juno 13.?Full pub
licity of all railroad affairs was urged
before the Senate committee on Inter
state Commerce by Judson C. Cle
ments, of the Interstate Commerce
Commission. The hearing was on an
amendment suggested by the commis
sion for the Rayburn bill, pending in
the House.
Commission Likes Gov. Walsh's Plans.
WASHINGTON. June 13.?The In
terstate Commerce commission an
nounces that It is pleased with tho
proposition made by Gov. David I.
Walsh, of Massachusetts, that the New
Haven be required to sell Its holdings
In the Boston and Maine railroad to
the State of Massachusetts. The plan
also meets with the "approval of tho
Department of Justice.
IMPEACHMENT OF DISTRICT
COURT JUDGE PROPOSED
WASHINGTON, Juno 13. ? Repre
sentative M. M. Neely, of West Vir
ginia, yesterday introduced a resolu
tion in the House calling for the im
peachment of United States District
Judge Alton G. Dayton, a former Con
gressman from West Virginia. He was
appointed by President Roosevelt
COL. ROOSEVELT REACHES
LONDON ON WAY BACK
LONDON, June 13.?Col. Roosevelt
arrived here this morning. He was
met at the station by American Am
bassador Walter H. Page, and took
luncheon at the residence of Major
Arthur Lee.
CONSERVATIONIST SUICIDE8.
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ASHEVILLE, N. C., Juno 13.?Over
ton W. Price, vice-president of tho
National Conservation Association,
committed suicide by shooting him
self yesterday. He was ill.
MT. LASSEN CONTINUES
ITS SPECTACULAR ERUPTION
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REDDING, Cal., June 13.?ML Las
sen's eruption which has been in pro
cess for the last month was renewed
with special activity yesterday.
Black smoke is rising to a heighth
of 2500 feet from ML Lassen's crater
today. Ashes are falling over an area
16 miles in radius.
ORVILLE WRIGHT MAY
QUIT MANUFACTURING
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NEW YORK, June 13.?Negotiations
are under way which may result in
the retirement of Orville Wright from
manufacturing aeroplanes, and pass
ing of control of tho Wright patents
to a company which will exploit them
on a commercial basis. Wright has
asked the stockholders of tho Wright
Co. to sell back their individual hold
ings.
CHEASTY LEAVES FORTUNE
ESTIMATED AT $250,000
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SEATTLE, June 13? Edward C.
Cheasty, the founder and principal
owner of Cheasty's Haberdashery, one
of Seattle's leading stores for men and
women, who met his death yesterday
afternoon at the Washington hotel,
left an estate valued at $250,000, con
sisting of Seattle real estate, includ
ing the Sun building, and stock in his
store property. Austin McNamara, a
cousin, is the only living relative.
RIOTING IN BUTTE CAUSES
ALL SALOONS TO BE CLOSED
BUTTE, Mont., June 13. ? Rioting
during the miners' union day parado
today resulted In the closing of all
saloons and hardware stores. The
trouble occured over the attempt of
non-union men to participate In the
parade.
VIVIANI FORMS CABINET
FOR FRENCH PRESIDENT
PARIS, June 13.?This evening M.
Vivian! informed President Polncaro
that he had succeeded In forming a
new Cabinet.
FEDERATION OF WOMEN'S
CLUBS FOR SUFFRAGE
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CHICAGO, June 13.?The Federa
' tion of Women's clubs today endorsed
the principle of woman suffrage after
a 20-year tight. .
i MISSISSIPPIAN FOR HAWAIIAN
I COLLECTOR OF CUSTOMS
, WASHINGTON, June 13.?Malcone
. Argyl Franklin, of Mississippi, was to
dny nominated for collector of cus
toms at Honolulu.
i FOR RENT?New house with all
j modern conveniences. Finest view
t property In the city.?I. J. SHARICK.
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Mrs. Alma Delaney Teal Is a round
r. trip passenger on the Al-Kl.

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