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| Stationery ? : ? 35c ? | t And take it from us ? ? it is Some Paper too ? ? Britt's Pharmacy \ X And we Delircr the Goods ? GRAff'S NU-STYLC BAKERY "PO\B BRVSD" Nu-Style Brcji! No other like it. Try it Yoo'U want it all the time Cakes Baked to Order 32 9 FRANKLIN STREET | HAVE ] : Dahi & Wahiberg j X PUT THAT SUIT | ? IN CONDITION I \ FOR THE I Fireman's Ball j c i ???????????????>??????????< FIRST CLASS ROOM .ad BOARD .Mrs. M. H. Lynch has opeued a new boarding house at 318 Fourth Street. First class table board at reasonable rates. Pa tronage solicited. Special Sun day dinner?7 5c. JUALIN MINES NOT TO CLOSE DOWN? I Genera) Manager L. K. Kennedy, of ] ine Jiu.'.in Mires company, who is now in Juneau this morning receivod ca- ; biegram messages from President Hog gatt of the company, and a!so lrom < President Jean V'anophem of the Al gunlcan Development company, which j isMlnancing the big development, Mr. K?mnedy Is directed to continue the work according to the plans outlined, ( but to shorten up the working force and go slow pending war developments and further instructions, j Acting on these instructions. Mr. Keunedy will immediately lay-off. tem porarily, a number of tho men now at work. The mines are boing develop ed largely by French and Belgian cap ' Ital. AT THE ORPHEUM. Tonight the Orpheum presents the . following class A photo-plays: "Sally's Romance," a strong Edison * drama with George Lessey and Bliss ? Vllford in the lead. [ "The Empty Studio" Is tho story of ? an artist's model, by the clever Selig , company. ? "The Pride of Angry Bear' is an In ? dian classic, by the Kalem Co. * "Bringing Father to Time" is a ? laughable comedy by tho Essaney Co. * All lovers of "What Happened to t Mary" be on hand Sunday and Mon J day. for she has surely arrived and ? will be shown each week until the ? scries is completed. No more dlsap ? pointments, 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 I scene, and Gen. Phil. Sheridan in his historical ride. Remember the date, and regular prices will prevail. 10 and 25 cents. .?++++??+*?+???? MARINE N0TE8 + Tho Alameda left Cordova at 3 o' ;lock yesterday morning and should jo in Juneau late tonight or tomorrow nornlng. Tho Dolphin Is expected from tho South Friday. The Al-Kl should arrive from the South Friday night or Saturday. The Humboldt will arrive from the South Saturday. The Spokane returning from Skag way and Sitka will sail South Satur day morning at five o'clock. The Princess Sophia, returning from Skagway will sail South Friday morn ing at 7 o'clock. The Georgia is In Sitka. MISS MULLEN ENTERTAINS Miss Vera Mullen entertained at din ner last evening for Miss Beatrice Behrends and Miss Gertrude Held, who are leaving Friday on an extented visit in Seattle and Vancouver. B. C. Miss Mullen will join them in Seattle later. Among those present were the Miss es Beatrice Behrdends, Gertrude Held, Vora Mullen, Elizabeth Held, Muriel Folson, and Juanlta Anderson,; Messrs. Mullen. Brewster. O'Brien, Momb, Har ris and Cartwrlght. P. A. KINZIE SAYS PEOPLE LIKE WILSON + "The great mass of the American people aro entirely satisfied with the administration of President Woodrow Wilson," said Donald A. McKenzle, who passed through Juneau the other day on the Northwestern. Mr. Mc Kinzie recently crossed the continent and at different points throughout the journey made it his business to en quire among the people as to their state of mind regarding the adminis tration policy. A Republican ex-Gov ernor of Iowa informed Mr. McKlnzle that he would vote for Mr. Wilson for President next election If given the opportunity. Mr. McKenzle is making the trip to Cordova on business matters. He is interested in the townslto of Nelson, near Cordova. Mrs. McKlnzle is ac companyihg her husband on the Jour ney. While the vessel was in Juneau they visited with old friends of the Northland. HADLEY COMPANIES FILE INJUNCTION SUIT The Hadley Holding Co. and the Alaska Land Co. are plaintiffs In a suit filed against the Granby Consoli dated Mining, Smelting and Power Co.. Limited. The action is an injunct ion suit to prevent the defendant cor poration from operating an arlel tram way or otherwise trespassing on prop erty claimed by plaintiffs at Lyman Anchorage. Hadley. ... : ? ? MRS. STRONG ENTERTAINS FOR WORLD TRAVELER Mrs. J. P. A. Strong entertained yes terday afternoon in honor of Miss Prances R. White, of Des Moines, la., who is a guest at the Governor's House for a few days. Miss White is just completing a tour of the world that has taken more than three years of continual travel ing and gave a very interesting talk on her experiences during the great journey. Miss White will leave for the States on the Spokane. ARRESTED FOR LARCENY. ?+? P. Burns, arrested on complaint by tho U. S. marshal's office on the charge of stealing a watch and $40 in money from the room of Pe'.er Pelton at the Randle rooming house, is being given a hearing this afternoon. NEW CORPORATION FILES. ?+? The Mammoth Gold Mining and Milling Co., of Seattle, Washington, has filed articles of Incorporation with Charles E. Davidson, Secretary of the Territory. The capital stock is nam ed at $1,000,000. William Wray and A. J. Hopkins are the incorporators. Prank Winchester, of Valdez is named as resident agent for Alaska. NOTICE TO ELKS. There will be a regular meeting of Juneau Lodge No. 420, B. P. O. Elks at 8 o'clock tonight (Wednesday.) Ini tiation. A full attendance is request ed. ' GEO. F. FORREST, E. R. H. I. LUCAS, Secretary,' W. C. T. U. MEETING. The W. C. T. U. will meet Thursday afternoon, Aug. 8, at 2:30 in the Pres terday evening appropriating a billion, requested. Business of Importance to receive attention. All interested in this great work invited 10 be present. MRS. J. C. HYDE. Rec. Secy. JUNEAU LIQUOR COMPANY MAKING BIG IMPROVEMENT Extensive improvements are now un der way on the Juneau Liquor com pany's building. A large concrete basement Is being created which will be used for storage purposes and per haps house an Independent lighting plant for the building. In addition to this important change in the building a new and elaborate front will be put in, entirely altering the appearance of the place. When done the building will be one of the most attractive'bus lness houses in Juneau. IN CUSTODY FOR INSANITY. Mrs. Beda Clarberg was taken into :ustody yesterday evening and a hear- ! ng is being given this afternoon en- 1 lulrlng into her sanity. *+++++++++*+++++ ? v ' + * ALASKA DAILY, EMPIRE * 4> Douglas Branch *i * M. A. SNOW, Manager + ? + + + + * + ? + ? + *??> + + + + +++++?+?+++*++++ * + + DOUGLAS NEWS NOTES. ? + ;>e. * ?H' + + 'l'? + +i + + + + <' + + DOUGLAS, Aug. 5.?A baker by the name of W. J. Ehrlg, for the Whole sum Bakery, arrived on the Spokane yesterday. The bakery, which will be located In fhe Roene building, will be open for business In a few days. BORN?To Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Chris toe, a daughter. The Japanese laundry and bath house on Front street has closed and the proprietor, H. Katl, has loft town. Miss Catherine Walsh has resigned her position with the Stubblns mer cantile establishment, and will accept a position with a Juneau house. LYRIC PROGRAM WILL BE CHANGED TONIGHT DOUGLAS, Aug. 5. ? A complete change of program will be seen at the Lyric tonight and the following pic tures will be run: "The Reprobate," a strong drama. "Jaek-ln-The-Box," a pnthetlc story of child life. "A Study in Sociology," a picture of interest to everyone. | "Shoes on The Wrong Foot," a roar ing comedy. RAINIER BAR GIVEN 30 DAYS TO MOVE DOUGLAS, Aug. 5.?Judge Jennings yesterday afternoon decided to give the Rainier Bar thirty days in which to move its location. If at the end of that time the bar has changed to a satisfactory location, a license will bo granted to it for one more year. NOTICE TO EAGLES. AH Eagles are requested to attend the removal of the body of Bro. R. O. Anderson from Sully's undertaking parlors to the city dock upon the ar rival of the Spokane from the North. ** + + + ?<? + *? + *?>??? + , + ? TREADWELL NOTES + ?> + TREADWELL, Aug. 6.?Chief Wil son is going over the salt water mains, and when the work is finished. Treadwell will be more secure from fire than ever before. The new warehouse on the wharf will be ready for use by the time the City of Seattle arrives from the South on her next trip. Wm. Hudson, will leave on one of the first boats for the South. Ho says he will stop at the first place that can boast of 300 days per year of sun shine. Ed Peterson who has been in the States for the past few months visit ing friends, returned home on the: Northwestern. I YOUNG MAN KILLED ' IN BULLION MINE TREADWELL. Aug. 5.?While pass ing through a drift last night in the Ready Bullion mine, whore he was employed as a driver, Richard O. An derson was killed by a slab of rock falling from the roof. No one was present at the time, but when the body was found, his watch had stop pod at 9:12, showing at what time the accident occurred. R. O. Anderson was born in Iron Mountain, Mich., in 1890, and had been a resident of Douglas for the past year, most of which time he had been employed at the Ready Bullion mine. Ho Is survived by his mother, who resides in iron Mountain, a sister, Mrs. W. A. Wilson, in Douglas, and a brother, Arthur, who recently left here for a visit to his home in Mich igan. He was a member of the Eagles and that order is making arrange ments for the shipping of the body East. GOVERNOR RECEIVES NEW R. R. TAX LAW Gov. J. F. A. Strong Is in receipt of a certified copy of the new act re pealing the railroad tax law. By the new act the railroads will be required to pay one per cent of their gross earn ings into the Territorial treasury for general purposes. The old law impos ed a tax of $100 annually for each mile of road constructed and operated and this money was paid into the Alnska fund where it was disposed of at the will of Congress. DRAPER CLUB MEETS. The Draper club will meet tomor row, Wednesday, afternoon at 2:30 o' clock wtlh Mrs. W. E. Novell. ? AT THE GRAND TONIGHT. Tonight is the last cnance you will have to see a bill of exceptional mer it "Jocular Winds" Is a very well act ed and interesting drama. The .scene is laid in California. "The Road that Leads Hprne" Is,a drama that shows what a y.pung man will do when he talis in with the wrong class of people. He soon sees the er ror of his ways and comes home a dif ferent man. ^ "Teaching an Old Dog New Tricks" is a comedy full of laughs. It 1b about an Immigrant to this country who'has quaint ideas of life. He learns his lesson very rapidly, part of them on the rock pile. Come and watch him. "A Widow's Strategy' is a drama showing a country boy's love affairs. Mr. Montgomery continues to please at the piano. The program for tonight is very good and sure to Interest you. Come and see it. Don't forget the big three-reel fea ture. "The Vengeance of Egypt," be ginning Thursday. No change In the prices. FRESH RANCH- EGGS?from Dahl's Spuhn Island farm. Everv egg guar anteed pure and healthy and free from fishy taste. Each egg stamped with name Dahl insures not mixed with im ported articles. For sale by loading I merchants of Juneau and at Dahl's grocery, Douglas. Sat. & Wed. <? FRANKLIN HOME BAKERY o and LUNCH ROOM < ? Meals At All Hours. Home- , ? J > made Bread and Pastry < ? for Sale. 317 Franklin St. ** ? ROBT. ROYALY - - - Prop, o V i ? Buyers to Share in the Profits Lower Prices on Ford Cars Effective from August 1, 1914 to August 1, 1915 and guaranteed against any reduction during that time: TOURINGING CAR $490 RUNABOUT 440 TOWN CAR 690 F. 0. B. Detroit, all carrs fully equipped. (In the United StateB of America only) Further, we will be able to obtain the maximum effi ciency In our facorty production, and the minimum cost in oura purchasing and sales departments If we can reach an output of 300,000 cars between the above dates. And 6hould we reach this production, we agree to pay as the buyer's share from $40 to $60 per car (on or about August 1, 1915) to every retail buyer who purchases a new Ford car between August 1, 1914, and August 1, 1915. For further particulars regarding these low prices and profltsharing plan, see the nearest Ford Dealer. FORD MOTOR COMPANY. WM, F. MERCHANT, Agent .. JUNEAU *. ? hi 111 ii 11 nil 11111 nil i ? 1 . When you want 1 1 ! Hardware, Stoves, Furni- ! ! \ ture, Carpets, Linoleum, 1! ! Sashes, Guns, Electric Sup- ! ) plies, Trunks, Suit Cases, ! ! Chinaware, Paints and Oils ! I! aoerac \ \ Julius Jensen: 1 < Douglas Alaaka ? ? niliiiiiiiiiiiininiln : 11 I 1 Mil III I I 1 11! I II 111 I I 1 Tne Grotto ;; Saloon and Liquor Store ;; : LaVELLE & BROPHY ? ^ !. Proprietor! , :: k v. ; Front St JUNEAU i m m i m m i ii 11 i in lit * < > o ' ' L. G Thomas Merl F. Thorn a* < > < > Alaska Furniture 8 Undertaking <? Co., Inc. < > :: Funeral Directors & Fmbalmers <: < ? o * ^ ^ ^ ^ HUNTER HOTEL DOUGLAS, ALASKA Strictly First-Class. Always on Hand: Choice Wines, Liquors | and Cigars. Our Specialty? Mixed Drinks. i Front St., opp. Ferry Landing j B. CONRAD. Prop. RUDOLPH BLAHUT. Manager Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer j On Draught , HUNTER HOTEL AMUSEMENT PARLORS Spend your leasure time playing pool and billiards. You are always welcome. Come see me. L. H. KIEST - DOUGLAS + + + + + 'l, + + + + + 4, + + + + + + + ARE YOU GOING TO BUILD? + ? + <? Are you going to repair your 4 4 house? Sec George E. Brown, + * Contractor & Builder, Douglas 4 44444*4444444444 ARE YOU GOING TO BUILD? M.M.GIMSE ?dNTBlTLDBR J Builds houses both bW 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 Glaciers A if | ? We'll have no more rain in Juneau. A w t Until that time comes, however, we'll need Raincoats and Umbrellas junc RFPPV HAS A N1CE STOCK OF THESE' AND * the price* are right too. Cor. 3d & Franklin GROCERIES I MEN'S GOODS I J | M. J. O'CONNOR Douglas f it Oj ii Douglas Opera House Hotel In Connection j :: We serve the BEST BEER C f 1 J| in Douglas for . . . ?- vlldoo 0 FREE MOVING PICTURES EVERY NIGHT !! 1 > The Beat of Wines. Liquors and Cigars , > n i ETE ROLANDO, Prop. Douglas, Alaska \Y7 . k o f ! HOWARD, WALTHAM W ci tCllCS . ! ELGIN, HAMILTON, $1.00 to $150 ta^h EQUITY and INGERSOL An Elgin 16-size, Seven Jewels, Nickel Case at 80.0O NEW DESIGNS IN ALASKA JEWELRY | PAUL BLOEDHORN, DOUGLAS, ALASKA I "Our Motto" 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. ?HSPJVr: u . 3 Stores ?aKNMtfT ". "* Juneau Music House J. P. L. GRAVES, Mgr. REXALL DRUG STORE FRONT STREET DRUG STORE < Douglas, Alaska. Douglas, Alaska. ' ELMER E. SMITH, Prop. < REDUCTION SALE Of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothing IN SMALL SIZES ONLY THESE SUITS ARE REGULAR $30.00 and $35.00 VALUES ? $12.50 /^cJUNEHUHI/ASKR.