OCR Interpretation


The Alaska daily empire. [volume] (Juneau, Alaska) 1912-1926, July 14, 1914, Image 4

Image and text provided by Alaska State Library Historical Collections

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn84020657/1914-07-14/ed-1/seq-4/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

? >n>iun>>i:i>omi >4^HI
J > 1 I
:: ' t
;; The Alaska Grill ii
The Bed Appointed ?1
?> Place in Town 1
;; Best of Everything Served !!
at Moderate Prices
mm
When in Seattle Stop
at the Place for
ALASKANS
It'* ' Fire-Proof. Modern and Convenient
RATES $1.00 Per Day and Up
hotel Barker
CoretrPlke jnd SlttK
fin Auto Boo Motto alt BottO and Mm
C. O. Halatroro & Conr^t Frkdlnf. Props.
ALASKAN SOURDOUGHS
a*' I MMI1???
! S. H. MILL WEE I
| LAWYER I
J Notary Public ?
? 204-2?"VS Seward Building JuMtu. ALwka ?
? ?
* ? " _?
'i :
In the interest of our town
lets patronize our home
merchants
F. WOLLAXD
Will give you the Best in
Clothing, both as to style,
and quality, and at the right
price, too.
116 E. Second St.. Phone 66 !
I' ''I
McDonald & Hart
Contractors and Builders
Office at McCloskoy's Cigar Store
Front Street
: 11 i i m i m m 111 m m i
| AUTO FOR HIRE t
+ TEAMING and DRAYING |
1 BERRY TRANSFER CO. X
I Phone 2-2.
? I
i 11 ; i i i 11 111 1111 i i i I ill 11 !?
? EVERYTHING PRETTY ?
^ Ladiea. One-Piece and Middy Suit* a
? Undomualiiu. Coriwtm Etc. X
? The Latest Style* in Umbrella* ?
? MRS. BERRY'S STORE. Juneau ?
? ?
DINNER TOMORROW
THE BRUNSWICK
WEDNESDAY, July 15, 1914.
Our Coffee la Better, Because We Pay
More and Know How to Make It.
Soup
Rice Tomatoo. '
Relishes.
Sliced Tomatoes 20c; Green Onions 10c
Slice Watermelon 15c. Cantaloupe 10c
Sliced Cucumbers, 10c. ?
Fish "" " V, .
Boiled Halibut w'rth Oyster Sauce, 26
Grilled Alaska Salmon Au Bhur Nolr
26.
Fillet Solo Tartare Sauce, 25 (
Fried Black Cod Ravagotie Sauce. 25
French Sardines, dressed head lettuce.
35
Boiled
FlanK Beef with Spanish Sauce. 36
Pickled Pork with Del Monte Spinach.
35
Entrees ?
Braized Short Ribs Beef with Brown
Potatoes, 35. 1
Individual Pork and Beans and Brown
Bread. 25c. 1
Breaded Pork Chops Country Gravey,
35.* ?
Fried Cornmeal Mush Rasher Bacon, '
35
Salisberry Steak Mushroom Sauce. 35. 1
Banana Fritters Golden Sauce, 35. I
Roasts '
Sirloin Beef with Brown Gravy, 35c. 1
Stuffed Leg Lamb Herb Dressing. 35.
Cold Meats. <
Dessert
Pudding served, Pies, 5 aud 10c.
We have the best cooked meal in the fl
City. i
DOING ASSESSMENT WORK
ON NEVADA CREEK PROPERTY
+
J. C. Lynch and Mike Hudson with
a small force of men are doing ansesa
ment work on the Nevada creek prop
erties on Douglas Island. At present
they are stripping a large part of the
surface area.
FOR SALE?Six hole Quick Meal
. range; good as new. Cost $60.00. will
sell for $30.00. Address Range. Em
pire. T-14-tf
II11111111111111 I
:: j
11111111it11iiiii111 n???
11111111111111it 11111 n 111
1! Scandinavian Hand Laundry !!
| | First class hand laundry done J J
?. at 417 Calhoun Ave. Table ? >
| | linen a specialty. Experienced \ J
? ? and guarantee satisfaction. ? ?
l l I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I It
GROCERIES
MEN'S GOODS
M. J. O'CONNOR Douglas
: Douglas Opera house Hotel In Connexion ^ |
? We serve the BEST BEER ? ^ o
in Douglas for . . . OC 3, VjldSS
I FREE MOVING PICTURES EVERY NIGHT o
* The Beat of Wines, Liquors and Cigars <>
a ETE ROLANDO, Prop. Douglas, Alaska <>
?v-<
I
Paul Bloedhorn
WANTS TO KNOW
"What Makes It Go?"
I
Qt&uffcr)''
BOILS TOASTS
BROILS FRIES
A DAINTY MEAL RIGHT ON THE
TABLE QUICKLY, AND
SERVED HOT *
DOUGLAS H'DWARE STORE
Phone 55 J. S. Minkove
J
jmtqmc STOVE |;
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
Largest Music House in Alaska
Highest Grade Pianos, Piano Player s, Edison Disc Phonographs, Victor t
and Columbia Talking Machines, Rec ords of all makes. Sheet Music, I
3 Stores J
Juneau Music Housed
J. P. L. GRAVES, Mgr.
REXALL DRUG STORE FRONT STREET DRUG STORE It
Douglas, Alaska. Douglas, Alaska. f
ELMER E. SMITH, Prop. 11<
k<t4 + <|> + 4. + <t4> + + + + 4><il
?
? ALASKA DAILY EMPIRE ?
? Douglas Branch *
? M. A. SNOW, Manager ?fr
!> +
? + * + + + ?*? + + ? + + + ?{?
? **? + + + + + + ? + ? + + +
+
? DOUGLAS NEWS NOTES. *
?
> + + + + + + + * + + + + + * +
DOUGLAS, July 14.?W. George, on
iiiQdjfry evening, entertained the mom
>eija><>f the Douglas Island basoball
entirat his home on East Third St.,
dth nn evening of music and games.
The music wa? furnished by the Man
lolin Club led by Clarence Snlmonson.
tefreshments were served.
J. W. Martin and son Stanton, re
urned on the Georgia yesterday after
toon from Haines. Mr. Martin has
>een absent about a week.
BORN ? to Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
A'eschenfelder, a son. on July 14th.
Mozl Gnsperlna left for the south on
he Spokane.
M. Ata was a passenger on the Spo
cane for Ketchikan.
Mrs. Arthur Relndeau, of the Per
teverance Is visiting with her moth
jr. Mrs. Nels Lee.
Noel Whltmer. employed at the
Douglas meat market is a southbound
>assenger on the Spoknne this even
ing. He will spend a couple of months
vacation on the Sound.
HOO.OOO FILM AT THE
LYRIC THEATRE TOMORROW
DOUGLAS, July 14.?The famous
photoplay "Les Mlserables," will be
seen tomorrow night at the Lyric for
the first time, and will be repeated
rhursdny night.
The play Is full of the most natural
characters ever depleted by the pen
of man. Jean Valjean, Is a criminal
for whom you have the deepest -sym
pathy while his foster daughter, Cos
ette, is a very lovable character.
The scene of the barricades in the
streets of Paris and the rioting of the
mob Is the most realistic picture ever
produced.
Tonight the program will be the
same as at last night's show.
CIGAR MAN MOVES
PLACE OF BUSINESS
? ?
DOUGLAS, July 14.?His lease hav
ing expired, and the room being need
ed by the City Bar, Emil Fischer Is
today moving his stock of cigars and
tobaccos into the Pengiase building
four doors west of his former site.
The building now occupied by Mr.
Fischer was formerly the Salt Lake
Bar and has been entirely remodelled.
DOUGLAS-BAR ROAD
BEING PUT IN REPAIR
?+?
DOUGLAS, July 14. ? The Road
Commission crew, under Superintend
ent Jack Hayes, is spending a few
days in repairing the Douglas-Bar
road. They ate ballasting and gravel
ling the road and repairing bridges
and culberts as far as the proposed
bridge site across Gastlneau Channel.
? *
* TREADWELL NOTES +?
?> +
+ X + + + + + + + A + +
TREADWELL, July 14. ? W. W.
Casey, Jr., has returned to the Cyan
ide plant after an absence of almost
two years.
James Skanne, who has Just return
ed from Greece, has taken his old posi
tion at the Cyanide plant.
A party, headed by Errlcson and
Bell, from the foundry, went on a fish
ing trip last Sunday to Oliver's Inlet.
Returning they fished near a cannery
and caught a trout which they claim
Is the oldest fish in Alaska. Everyone
who has been within a mile of them
since agrees with them. Scotch bait
was used.
There will be a ten cent tea tomor
row afternoon given by the Ladles'
Guild of St. Luke's church. The tea
will be held at the home of Mrs. L. S.
Ferris.
Ed Widlund has gone to work with
the carpenter force at this place.
Ed Sutton has received a telegram
from his brother "Ernie" at Cordova
saying that he will soon return to
Trcadwell. "Ernie" was one of the
early stampeders into the Chisana
diggings Vast summer.
HAINES ITEMS.
?+?
HAINES. July 11?J. J. Kennedy. U.
S. Commissioner, has gone up to Rainy
Hollow to do his assessment work on
his copper claim, and for a short time
Haines will be without a Commission
er.
G. A. Baldwin and wife, of Juneau,
came up on the Humboldt and are
going on a camping trip up about Chll
kat Lake.
J. W. Martin, one of the prominent
merchants of Douglas, came up on the
Humboldt and Is In Haines looking af
ter his interests In connection with his
store at this place.
Dr. Craig, Rev. Wlnterberger and
Sergeant Skull are out on a hunting
ind fishing trip In the vicinity of Chil
kat Lake, and all of them being mighty
nlmrods, we may expect them to re
turn home loaded with game.
William Carr, bookkeeper for the
Porcupine Gold Mining Co., came
lown from Porcupine to visit his wife
who Is in the Mission hopltal. He re
turned to Porcupine. While he was
lere his wife presented him with a
beautiful baby girl. Mother and child
loing nicely.
KEATING BOUND OVER.
M. J. Keating who was arrested for
'orgory was given a preliminary hear
ng before U. S. Commissioner J. B.
Marshall this morning and bound ovor
o await the action of the grand Jury.
The defendant made no statement.
kRRESTED FOR STEALING
PASSENGER'S GRIP
H. T. Kittoe, an under steward of
he Spokane was arrested last night
or stealing a grip off the Spokane be
anging to Bruce Wlckham.
July Clearance Sale
Great Reductions on Seasonable Merchandise for Sum
mer Wear. To Close Our Summer Lines We Are Mak
ing a Reduction for One Week Only
WOMENS' SUITS 1-2 PRICE
Women's modish suits at half price; most all this sea
son's styles.
$15.00 SUITS, now $ 7.50
20.00 SUITS, now 10.00
25.00 SUITS, now 12.50
30.00 SUITS, now 15.00
35.00 SUITS, now 17.50
WOMENS' DRESSES 1-2 PRICE
Women's dresses in cotton, wool and silk, all the season's
styles, to close at half price.
$15.00 DRESSES, now * $ 7.50
20.00 DRESSES, now 10.00
25.00 DRESSES, now 12.50
30.00 DRESSES, now 15.00
About 15 dresses, last season's styles, former prices to
$30.00, your choice, $7.50.
WASH FABRICS PRICED 1-8 LESS
33 1-3% reduction on all colored wash fabrics, both plain
and fancy.
15c FABRICS, now 10c
20c FABRICS, now 15c
25c FABRICS, now 17c
35c FABRICS, now 22c
50c FABRICS, now 33c
WOMENS' COATS 1-2 PRICE
About a dozen women's coats to close at half price.
$14.50 COATS, now $ 7.25
20.00 COATS, now 10.00
22.50 COATS, now 11-25
| 35.00 COATS, now 17.50
Childrens' Wash Dresses 1-3 Less
33 1-3% discount on all children's wash dresses.
$1.00 DRESSES, now $ .65
1.50 DRESSES, now 95
2.00 DRESSES, now 1.35
2.50 DRESSES, now 1.70
WHITE GOODS PRICED 1-3 LESS
Crepes, Swisses and fancy weave white goods, priced at
one-third less.
20c QUALITY, now 14c
25c QUALITY, now 17c
30c QUALITY, now ! 20c
35c QUALITY, now 22c
50c QUALITY, now 33c
P^qJuneru,RLRSKR.
BM?PMIIIW I?MM
Sweaters
Just Arrived
MEW stock of Um
brellas. Latest |
styles and best val
ues. The very latest
styles in p p F *
Rain Coats
| MRS. M. D. BERRY ^RANKLH^jil
?++++??+*++??+++
? ?
* PERSONAL MENTION +
<? ?
L. ? Shackleford is now enrouto to
tho North according to advices re
cently received in Juneau.
Deputy Marsha! John Davis will
leave for his post in Ketchikan on tho
Spokane tonight.
W. C. Leak, tho well known sour
dough mining man. returned to Jun
eau on the Dolphin yesterday. He
was accompanied by Mrs. Leak.
Mrs. Davis and H. C. Davis, wife
and son respectively of Capt. R. E.
Davis, superintendent and manager of
the Tee Harbor Packing company, ar
rived in Juneau yesterday on the j
Talbot, enroute to Idaho Inlet. They j
are staying at the Cnin.
ENTIRE CHANGE AT
THE ORPHEUM TONIGHT
The following program will be shown
at the Orphcum theatre tonight:
A splendid Scapegrace shows how
an old family fued was cleared by the
Scapegrace.
An interesting Wedding is a laugh
able comedy by the Pathe Co.
"The Modern Prodigal" is a special
feature in two parts by the Vitagraph
company with James Morrison and
Mary Maurice, one of the cleverest
old lady actresses on the stage, in
the leads.
Coming Thursday and Friday "The
Diamond Minature." a Pathe play in
two parts.
ARCTIC BROTHERHOOD
MEETS WEDNESDAY NIGHT
The meeting of Juneau Camp, Arc
tic Brotherhood, will take place at
Odd Fellows' hall tomorrow night at
8 o'clock Instead of tonight, as pre
viously announced. The Order of
Eastern Star meets tonight in the
hall.
MANDATE IN ITOW CASE
ARRIVED THIS MORNING
This morning the U. S. District At
torney received the mandate from the
Supreme Court in the Itow-Fushimi
case dismissing the appeal for lack of
jurisdiction. This case Is now up be- !
fore the Court of Appeals for the Ninth .
circuit and should come on for a
hearing at the October term.
CHANGES NAME.
This morning Judge R. W. Jen- <
nlngs, of the district court made an ,
order allowing Amond Holle of Sitka
to change his name to Ommund Amond s
Thompson. i
Special sale on Sterling silver
spoons and white and gold Austrian (
china. I. J. Sharick. 7-9-tf. -
+ ***? + + + * ?> + ** + + +!
+ *
* MARINE NOTES +j
+ *
? ? + ???????????? ?]
The Princess Alice left Wrangell at1
10 a. m. today and will arrive in Jun-I,
oau this evening.
The Spokane is scheduled to arrive
from Sitka and sail South at 7 o'clock j
tonight.
The Northwestern sailing from Se
attle was postponed until Thursday.
The City of Seattle sailed from Se
attle last night.
The Humboldt sails from Seattle
tonight.
The Dolphin returning from Sitka
will sail for Seattle Thursday.
The Alameda Is expected from the
Westward Saturday.
The Admiral Evans is expected from
the Westward Sunday.
The Al-Kl sailed for Seattle last |
night.
The J. 13. Stetson was due today. :
The Santa Ana arrived from the'
South today.
LAST CHANCE TONIGHT TO
SEE SEVERAL GOOD REELS
Tonight at the Grand theatre will be '
the last chance to see the following:
The Mote and the Beam.
The Girl and the Grafter.
His Master's Rival.
The Bachelor's Housekeeper.
Big two-reel feature for Wednesday
and Thursday, entitled, "In the ClawB
of the Leopard."
KRIGBAUM LOSES VALUABLE
HORSE IN RUNAWAY ]
Tom Krigbaum'B team ranaway on <
the Basin road today and ono of the
horses was killed when they left the <
road and plunged down the hill and |
onto the rocks near R. P. Nelson's res- <
idence. The other animal was badly ]
cut and bruised but may recover. The <
horses were among the best draft anl- !
mals In this section of tho country. '
TANAKA FINED $100.
S. Tanaka, proprietor of tho City
Cafe down on lower Front street was
adjudged guilty of selling liquor with
out a license, by Judge J. B. Marshall I
of the Commissioner's court this af
ternoon and fined $100. He declares I
his intention of taking an appeal. I
GEORGIA TO CALL AT
WARM SPRINGS BAY
The Georgia will call at Worm
Springs Bay on her Sitka trip, which,
jwlng to repairs being made will not
begin until tomorrow tcrenoon in
stead of the scheduled time of 12:01
i. m.
Table board, $1.00 per day at the
3ood Eats KafBstova; home cooking.
?7-8-6t.
Egood segars
POCKET BILLIARDS
Dave's Place 1
A Pipe for Every Fact
PIPE REPAIRING
T 'J
PETTIT & HARVEY
Rentals and General Collections
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
Auditing and Accounting
Agents Northern Life Insurance Co.
Cheney Bldg. Phone 297
EMPLYOMENT AGENCY
Good, reliable laborers can
be had quickly by calling phone
Main 242.
Special Today
HOMEMADE TAFFY
30c POUND
Full Lino of Beat Candles, Al
mond Brittle and Peanut Brittlo,
Chocolates, Etc.
Lunches Served
Sandwiches, Pies, Doughnuts,
Fine Coffee
The Chocolate Shop
135 Front Street
ALASKAN""|
HOTEL
< >
Juneau's Leading Hostelry
i y
< >
Steam heat, runnlug hot and ?>
cold water In all rooms?six- ! ?
teen rooms with bath?strictly J '
first clasa cafe?centrally locat- J;
ed?big sample rooms. Auto < >
meets all steamers?rates: >1.60 !,
per day and up?commercial J J
trade solicited. 4'
P. L. Gemmett Pre*. 4. Mgr. ,,
F. H. McCoy, Secy-Trea*. J J
?>
BOWLING
Ii a healthful and
pleaaant pastime.
Several Clubs are being
organized t 0 0 t
Why don't you form a club among
your friends and participate in tbe
bowling tournament in Septcmbor.
The Brunswick Alleys
Are op?n night and day for prac
tice. :: :: :: :: :: GET BUSY
; * I 11 I I 11 11 11II 11D111 111 I .
< ? When you want < '
i Hardware, Stoves, Furni- !I
! ture, Carpets, Linoleum, II
I Sashes, Guns, Electric Sup- !
! plies, Trunks, Suit Cases, !
' Chinaware, Paints and Oils !
see me % 1 *
Julius Jensenj:
1 ? Douglas Alaska ? ?
':
I-l-l ?i l l ?l"l I M l 1 I I I I I l-I l l-l-H-l
;; Tke Grotto
;; Saloon and Liquor Store ;;
LaVELLE A BROPHY
Proprietors
Front St ;;
JUNEAU
11 m i m m m 1 m m 1111
< I o
' ' L. G Thomas Mcrl F. Thomas < >
? > Alaska Furniture 8 Undertaking ??
< > Co., Inc. <.
< ' funeral Directors & Embalmers ?'
<? < >
< > Douxlaa Alaska ' >
?????
HUNTER HOTEL ;
DOUGLAS, ALASKA
Strictly First-Class. Always j
on Hand: Choice Wines, Liquors j
and Cigars. Our Specialty? 1
Mixed Drinks.
Front St., opp. Ferry Landing i
B. CONRAD, Prop.
RUDOLPH BLAHUT, Manager j
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer j
On Draught I
HUNTER HOTEL
AMUSEMENT PARLORS
Spend your leaaure time playin* pool
and bllllanla. You are always welcome.
Come tee me.
L. H. KIEST - DOUGLAS
+ ?
+ ARE YOU GOING TO BUILD7 ?
+ *
* Are you going to repair your ?
* houso? See George E. Brown. ?
+ Contractor & Builder, Douglas *
++*+++++++*++++*
ARE YOU GOING TO BUILD?
M.M.GIMSE ^d^BClLDBR I
Builds houses both biff and small and does re
pair work at reasonable rates. Sea me at the
Douglas Hardware Store or Phone 55
Public Stenographer
207 SEWARD BLOCK
RUTH MERRILL,
PHONE 296
8T. GEORGE HOU8E.
Everything new. Good light and
uvoll ventilated rooms. Baths, electric
lght. Good board.
Reasonable rates by the day, week
>r month. , ??18-tf
MRS. A. E. VESTAL. *

xml | txt