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\ Stationery ;; t _35c_ i: ? And lake it from us \ \ ? it is Some Paper too I Brilt's Pharmacy ij ? And wt Delhrer tKe Goods <> GRAFF'S NU-STYLE BAKERY "DOVE BIUND" Nu-Stylr Br?d No other like it. Try it You'll want it all the tim? Cakes Baknl to Order 329 FRANKLIN STREET >????????????????????????< iHAVE j Dahl & Wahlberg j PUT THAT SUIT \ I IN CONDITION \ ? < ? FOR THE \ | Fireman's Ball \ tdiiiitimtniHiiniJtti FIRST CLASS BOARD I Mrs. M. H. Lynch has opened ' a new boarding house at 313 I Fourth Streot. First class table board at reasonable rates. Pa- I tronage solicited. Special Sun day dinner?75c. 4 * 1 * ALASKA DAILY EMPIRE 4 4 Douglas Branch 4 4 M. A. SNOW, Manager 4 4 + 4. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 44444444444444 4 4 4 DOUGLAS NEWS NOTES. 4 4 * 4444444444444444 DOUGLAS. Aug. 4.?The stork, busy as ever, visited.the homes of Mr. and Mrs Holm and Mr. and Mrs. Psihas this morning. To tho former he de ; live red a boy, and a girl was left at 11 tho latter homo. j Mrs. A. Miller will soon leave for a I \ Islt In the States. | The Ladles' League of the Congre . i gational church will give a tea on } Thursday afternoon. 'I The Rainier Cafe Is open under ; new management after being closed i for the past few months. There will be a meeting of the Al aska Catholic club tonight. A meeting of the Knights of Colum bus will be held tomorrow night at ? th> rooms of the Alaska Catholic club. ^ The ladies' League of tho Congre ? i gational church hold their regular ten ? cent tea Thursday afternoon. ? I ? ? ? ? ? ? "SQUAW MAN" THE BEST ? SHOW YET AT THE LYRIC t\ ' ~ H DOUGLAS, Aug. 4.?"Best picture ! ever saw": "So true to life!" Wasn't ? Farnum line?" etc.. these aro but a [ few of the remarks made by tho au ? dlence when they left tho Lyric la t E night after witnessing the pictures ot P "The Squaw Man." E It Is safe to say that the reputation * of the "Famous Players" Alms In . Douglas di not suffer by the exhibition of last night. The house was crowd ed and the interest manifested In the 1 picture was unanimous. The Lyric or I chestra furnished the music, and was much appreciated. The picture will be repeated tonight . for the last time in Douglas. There ? ? will be another of the "Famous rm/- - era" series In the near futuro. ** + + + ?<*. ********* ? + + TREADWELL NOTES ? 0 * *++++*++????>???? THKADWELL, Aug. 4.?Mrs. P. W. Bradley, wifo of President Bradley of the Tread we 11 company, arrived on the Spokane this morning and will visit hero for a few weeks. That the bulletin board at the Tread well Club, which Is being supplied with the latest war news by The Empire, Is a center of grrfat interest, Is evi denced by the number of persons eag orly awaiting each bulletin. Weather permitting, there will bo a baseball game In Juneau tomorrow af ternoon -between the Juneau and Douglas teams. The next game will be a very hard fought one, as Doug las will have to win It or she will lose the series. The work of clearing and grading for the addition to the "700" mill Is nearly completed. Since the announcement that the I Firemen's Ball will be given on the 12th, great prepartlons arc going on, and It Is expected the ball will be the greatest scolal event ever given on the Island. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bennett. Miss Mu riel KIrkey and Mr. White have re turned from a fishing trip on the Dix ie. JOHN DUNCAN THINKS STEWART WILL RIVAL PRINCE RUPERT TREADWELL, Aug. 4. ? John S. Duncan, who has had charge of the Treadwell hoist for a number of years, recently returned from his vacation In British Columbia. During his stay In Prince Rupert he was Interviewed by the Dally Empire of that city, which speaks of Mr. Duncan as follows: Mr. J. S. Duncan, of the great Tread well mine. Alaska, returned on the Prince Rupert yesterday morning from a visit to Stewart and the Portland Canal district. He called yesterday on Mr. William Manson, M. P. P.. whose cousin, Mr. William J. Manson, member for Dewdney. married Mr. Duncan's sister. Mr. Duncan Is much Impressed with tho Stewart country and Its possibil ities. "My trip to Stewart," said Mr. Duncan, "was very enjoyable and I was struck with the possibilities the town and tho surrounding country have to offer. "Through the courtesy of Mr. Cow an. of the Canadian Northeastern rail way, I was afforded the opportunity of traveling to the end of steel, which terminates a little beyond the proper ty of the Red CIIfT mine, where an enormous amount of work has been done. "Prom there I visited the property of tlje Portland Canal Tunnels com pany situated on Glacier creek, where work is being vigorously prosecuted driving a big tunnel to tap the vein series of propertlos situated in this locality. "Conditions In the town, In keeping with other places I have visited, are Inclined to be quiet, but one does not require to be a confirmed optimist to sec that Stewart is certain of early de velopment to a large seaport city and to be the next great transcontinental railroad termnlal In the North. "Geographically speaking, there can be no city on the Pacific coast north of Stewart." SALLY'S ROMANCE. Tonight tho Orpheum presents the following class A photo-plays: "Sally's Romance," a strong Edison drama with George I.essey and Bliss Milford in the lead. "The Empty Studio" is the story of an artist's model, by the clever Sehg company. "The Pride of Angry Bear' is an In dian classic, by the Kalem Co. "Bringing Father to Time" is a laughable comedy by the Essaney Co. All lovers of "What Happened to Mary" be on hand Sunday and Mon day, for she has surely arrived and will bo shown each week until the series is completed. No more dlsap pointmnts, as she is all here at the Orpheum. Thursday and Friday, the greatest of war dramas, "Shenandoah," will be shown in three reels, over one thous and soldiers In the sensational battle scene, and Gen. Phil. Sheridan in his historical ride. Remember the dato, and regular prices will prevail, 10 and j 25 cents. WRANGELL POWER DAM MAKING GOOD PROGRESS WRANGELL. Aug. 3.?Work Is pro gressing rapidly on the new dam, which is to be 200 feet across the top when finished, and the work is down now about thirty feet to bed rock in the center. Some twenty men are working on the project under the sup ervision of Oscar Wilitts. The work was started in the center where a hole has been dug down about thirty feet to the bed rock and work is be ing conducted each way from that, the dirt is being taken away with an overhead tram to which two buckets are attached and lowered in the cut and pulled away with a donkey en gine. ALASKA STEAMSHIP CO. OFFICIALS COMING HERE President R. W. Baxter, and Superin tendent R. R. Spencer, of the Alaska Steamship company will take pasc tge from Seattle on the Dolphin to ilght for Juneau. It is their intention :o put In several days in this vicinity itudylng business and transportation mnditions. Special sale on Sterling silver poo as and white and gold Austrian hlna. I. J. Sharick. 7-9-tf. I *+*+++++*?++?+?+ + MARINE NOT E8 + ?+++++++++++*+?+ The Alameda will arrive from the Westward tomorrow. The Princess Sophia will be due to arrive from the South tonight. The Dolphin will bo due to arrive from the South f"rlday. The Humboldt will be due to arrive from the South Saturday. The Al-Kl. sailing from Seattle last nighi, should arrive Friday night or Saturday morning. The Spokane arrived from the Soutb this morning enrbute to Skagway and Sitka. Hie Northwestern arrived from the South last night enroute to the West ward. * The Georgia *ails for Sitka and wayports tomorrow morning at 12:01. NORTHWESTERN BRINGS MANY FOR JUNEAU ? The Northwestern arrived from the South last night with a large number of tourists aboard nnd many passen gers for interior points. The follow ing were for Juneau: H. L. Wollen berg and wife, G. C. Worth, H. C. Hal stead and wife, Mrs. G. H. Whitney, Mrs. J. G. Moore, Miss G, Mallette, B. C. Delzelle, P. J. McGulre, James Coulter, Mrs. Irene Lang, Vance Black well, T. H. Schuster^ J. E. Lee, Ed. Pcderson, A. Rummlng, A. E, Carlsen, Fred Hayden, Carl Hayden, H. W. B. Smith. SPOKANE ARRIVES. The Spokane arrived from the South this morning with a very large num ber of tourists making the round trip to Skagway and Sitka aboard. The following were for Juneau: J. Wilbur, Thomas Mooney and wife, Miss Lin nette Graham, Russell Palmer, H. Toles, Alice Swingler, Miss Georgia Trippen, Mrs. Edward Lytle, William Aiken, E. Anderson. SUIT TO QUIET TITLE. Edward C. Russell has filed suit against John Bolstad to quiet title to lot 3 block 2 of the Pacific Coast ad dition to Juneau. CASSIAR COUNTRY MEN GOING BACK NORTH Jerry G. Galvln, George J. Murphy. A. Dafflemyrc and Peter Swanson, came north as far as Wrangoll with a prospecting outfit that they are taking Into the Dease lake section of the CasRiar country. The particular prop erty In which they are Interested Is on Dcase creek. It Is a large hydraul ic ropposltlon and If the bench claims prove as good as Is hoped for a $100,000 hydraulic plant will be In stalled. At present they aro moving In a five-ton steam drilling outfit. Jerry Galvln and George Murphy were formerly in Nome and both well known all over tho North. Mr. Mur phy left Alaska with a modest for tune and settled in Seattle, but evi dently the Call of the North Is too strong to bo resisted. Dafflomyro Is the original locator of the Dcase creek property, and Swanson Is an exper ienced drill man. SCIENTISTS STUDYING HABITS OF PACIFIC COAST SHELL FISH + ? PRINCE RUPERT, Aug. 3. ? Mr. Will P. Thompson has returned after a cruise on the fishery steamer An drew Kelloy, during which time he was busy studying tho shell fish found oft this coast with a view of establishing a hatchery for the propagation of the oyster. Mr. Thompson Is a lecturer at Le land Stanford university, California, and has been spending his vacation in the employ of the provincial govern ment. TRAVELS SIXTY MILES TO RESTORE CALABASH PIPE: PRINCE RUPERT. Aug. 3.?Mr. Ed mund Verney, a native of Metlakatla, went to tho trouble of sailing from Met lakahla to Prince Rupert yosterday, a distance of sixty miles, that he might hand over to the city officials a calabash pipo ho found lying on tho beach In front of his house. Ho con cluded it had been loft there by some of the Prince Rupert picnic makers. The pipe Is now In the city hall await ing an owner. MARRIED MEN WIN CHAMPIONSHIP GAME The superiority of tho married mea over tho single men Is hereby pro claimed throughout the Silver Bow basin, and all previous statements to the contrary are recalled. This was forcibly proven at last night's game on the Perseverance baseball grounds whon the married men walloped the single men In the last and deciding game of the series. The game was closely contctsed but Anally ended In a score of 6 to 4 In tho favor of tho married men. Jack Tromper twirled for the mar ried men and was given excellent Aeld support. George Bayless was In the box for the single men, and while he did not show up in his usual good form ho did fairly good. The lineups were as follows: Married?W. C. Edrlngton, 2b: A. M. Chamberlain, cf; F. B. Shattuck, c; Jack Trompen, p; Ed Doherty, 3b; P. Gravrock, lb; W. Kerr, If; P. Ben son, ss; F. McDanlels, rf. Single?R. Hendors, 2b; L. Ashley, cf; C. D. Root, c; G. S. Bayless, p; A. Nicholson, 3b; B. Mauerham, lb; Ray Day, If; J. F. Hurley, as; J. W. McFarland, rf. The regular Perseverance team was scheduled to play tho C. W. Young team but the gamo was called off on account of the threatened aspect of tho weather. JUST RECEIVED.. ?^? S A full line of D. M. C. COLORED COTTONS; also linen sheeting and pillow tubing, new towelling and plain' damask. Mrs. Albert Berry, The Vogue, 317 Seward ? (Tu, Th Sa.) DOCTORS GO HUNTING. Dr. Marvin and Dr. Coakley, who re cently arrived In Juneau left with Capt. Wm. Dlckison on tho Iowa Satur day evening for a hunting expedition in the Taku river section. DRAPER CLUB MEETS. The Draper club will meet tomor row, Wednesday, afternoon at 2:30 o' clock wtlh Mrs. W. E. Nowell. JOHN BERG SSSS Wrestlers WILL BE AT Elks' Hall Tonight Where he will meet Ray Christensen, and Max Simons, ms'lbst Berg agrees to throw Christensen in 30 minutes and Simons two falls in 30 minutes, for all of gate receipts and a $200.00 purse. Police Gazette rules. Pin falls only count. Catch as catch can. * * * * * * * * asSJ,.??&':?S'74: GOOD PRELIMINARIES | i 1111 11111 n I 1111 1111111 I ; ? ' When you want ' ? ! i Hardware, Stoves, Furni- !' ! hire, Carpets, Linoleum, ! ' Sashes, Guns, Electric Sup- ! ! plies, Trunks, Suit Cases, I i! Chinaware, Paints and Oils !! | | me || jj Julius Jensen | ' ' Doaslos Alaska ? ? Mil 111 11 MM 1-11 1111111 M I Tke Grotto ;; Saloon and Liquor Store ;; LaVELLE & BROPHY Proprietors ! I Front St :: juneau ?I NIMH Mill Mill lit Mill ! o J | L. C Thomas Marl F. Thomas <? < ' Alaska Furniture S Undertaking < > Co., Inc. <! ]; funeral Directors & fmbalmers <! ' 1 a a a S S?S i's's ^ ? HUNTER HOTEL j DOUGLAS, ALASKA Strictly First-Class. Always < on Hand: Choice Winee, Liquors t and Cigars. Our Specialty? Mixed Drinks. Front St., opp. Ferry Landing B. CONRAD, Prop. RUDOLPH BLAHUT. Manager j Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer On Draught HUNTER HOTEL AMUSEMENT PARLORS Spend your loaaure time playing pool rid billiards. You are always welcome. Como see me. L. H. KIEST - DOUGLAS ?++?++??+*??+??? * + * ARE YOU GOING TO BUILO? + + + . Arc you going to repair your + ? house? See George E. Brown. * ?> Contractor & Builder, Douglas + + + * + + + + + * + + + ?!? + + + ARE YOU GOING TO BDILD? M.M.GIMSE f/S! I Builds bouses both bis and small and does re pair work at reasonable rates. See me at the Douglas Hardware Store or Phone 55 Public Stenographer 207 SEWARD BLOCK RUTH MERRILL. PHONE 296 When The Glacier I ^ ? We'll have no more rain in Juneau. I * ? A'wi Wv Until that time comes, however, we'll need I Raincoats and Umbrellas unc RFDDV HAS A NICE STOC^ OF these- I ?DEsIx.Xv I the prices we right too. Cor. 3d & Franklin | "g1?infi n? I GROCERIES | MEN'S GOODS | M. J. O'CONNOR Douglas !? ? ;; Douglas Opera House Hotel In Connection t o We serve the BEST BEER d fllacc in Douglas for . . . 3C <1 VjlaSS 0 FREE MOVING PICTURES EVERY NIGHT ? 1 > The Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars <> o I ETE ROLANDO, Prop. Douglas, Alaska | MM W. 1 | 3 HOWARD, WALTHAM a tches . ! ELGIN, HAMILTON $1.00 to $150 Each EQUITY and INGERSOL An Elgin 16-size, Seven Jewels, Nickel Case at So.oO NEW DESIGNS IN ALASKA JEWELRY PAUL BLOEDHORN, DOUGLAS, ALASKA j "Our Motto" ^uar^tee^lj b x.W! I TRY SQUARE DRIVE ON LEVEL DOUGLAS HARDWARE STORE PHONE 55 J. S. MINKOVE Largest Music House in Alaska Highest Grade Pianos, Piano Player s, Edison Disc Phonographs, Victor and Columbia Talking Machines, Rec ords of all makes. Sheet Music. . 3 8tore? " Juneau Music House J, P. L. GRAVES, Mgr. REXALL DRUG STORE FRONT STREET DRUG STORE " Douglas, Alaska. Douglas, Alaska. s ELMER E. SMITH, Prop. c REDUCTION SALE Of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothing IN SMALL SIZES ONLY ? / THESE SUITS ARE REGULAR $30.00 and $35.00 VALUES IS $12.50 /j^qJUneau,Alaska.