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--LADIES- I 1 GREAT SALE!! On New Fall :: Suits, Coats, Dresses, Waists, Etc. jj jj Will be held at No. 8 FRONT STREET jj jj BEGINNING TUESDAY AT 10 A. M. jj Where the public will have a chance to : purchase new fall apparel at just HALF : what you would have to pay at any other ? store in town. Come in and convince j :: yourself. The entire stock is new and :: jj up-to-date. :: :: :: jj || 8 FRONT STREET Postoffice | 11111111111 M 11111111 M 11111111111111 H 111111111 m > i (READ THIS! I : The HuLSUM BAKERY is | t now open for your patronage. ? I PASTRY and BREAD. Ev- f | erything brand new. Next | t to Postoffice, Third Street. | I DOUGLAS l f When The Glaciers ^ A[ We'll have no more rain in Juneau. Aw AvlV Until that time comes, however, we'll need Raincoats and Umbrellas june RFPPV HAS A lN:CE STOCK OF THESE. and lVlrvO. 15XLI\r\ I t],e prices are right too. Cor. 3d & Franklin I GROCERIES | MEN'S GOODS | j M. J. O'CONNOR Douglas | ???I I IHI I V'IKM I II III II IMIIIIIHIIMHB?B3BS 1 Douglas Opera House Hotel In Connection We serve the BEST BEER ? ^ 3! in Douglas for . . . & VJUclSS X FREE MOVING PICTURES EVERY NIGHT 31 X The Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars 3, X T'ETE ROLANDO, Prop, Douglas, Alaska 3! Watches'1 H0WAR?. wal?am VV alLUC^. : ELGIN, HAMILTON $1.00 to $150 Each EQUITY and INGERSOL | An Elgin 16-size, Seven Jewels, Nickel Case at 80.0O NEW DESIGNS IN ALASKA JEWELRY PAUL BLOEDHORN, DOUGLAS, ALASKA | "Our Motto" Guaranteed I TRY SQUARE DRIVE ON LEVEL (DOUGLAS HARDWARE STORE PHONE 55 J. S. M1NK0VE I I 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 Stores Juneau Music House: J. P. L. GRAVES, Mgr. * REXALL DRUG STORE FRONT STREEJ DRUG STORE F Douglas, Alaska. DoOglas, Alaska. ^ ELMER E. SMITH, Prop. / * SERIES NOW DEPENDS J ON NEXT GAME TREADWELL, Aug. 10. ?Although tho European war Is holding the center of the stage at presont, even that gave way to our llttl war at "Home, Sweet Home" yesterday afternoon, when tho Juneau und Douglas baseball teams mot for the fourteenth game of the series. When tho Bmoke of battlo had cleared away It was found that Douglas had gained the victory by a score of 7 to 3, making the next gamo tho deciding battle of tho season's campaign. The teams have now won seven games each, not counting the ex hibition game played at Skagway. As the Juneau grounds were not In good shape, owing to tho recent rains, it was decided at the last mlnhte to play on the Trendwell grounds, and although the change was made on short notice a very large crowd was in attendance. Aside from the first half of the first inning when Treadweli made five runs, the game was very hotly contested and Juneau fought a good uphill fight. Plttman's pitching and the support given by tho rest of tho team, however, prevented Juneau from overcoming tho lead. Plttman struck out 18 men and allowed only three hits off his de livery. Ford fanned eight and was touched up for seven hits. In the first inning Connors, the first man up got a hit and made second on a passed ball. Kerry hit to Reid at center who dropped the ball, Connors taking third on the play; Wood hit n-er first base scoring Connors and tdvunclng Kerry to third; Redmond was given a pass, filling the bases. Dahl sacrificed and Kerry scored. Kertis, the next man up. was caught out on a left field fly, but Wood beat the throw-in and scored. Johnson singled to third and Redmond crossed the pan. Mauseth hit to right field, Johnson taking third and scoring on HestoFs overthrow to third. Pitt man struck out, retiring the side. Juneaus' first run was made in the firjt inning when Callan made first on Kertis' error. Dugan walked and Hes ter was hit by pitched ball. Callan scored when Reid was out at first. The next two men fanned. In the fourth Mauseth singled, took second on a wild pitch and third on a passed ball. Connors walked and Mauseth scored on Connor's attempt to steal second. Treadweli got their last run in the fifth. Wood got a Texas leaguer over short 8top, stole second and made third on a wild pitch and scored when Callan fumbled Dahl's grounder. Juneau had a rally in the sixth and made two runs. Reid walked; Molloy hit between third and short safely: Hurlbutt hit over second scoring Reid, Molloy taking third on the play. While Ford was fanning, Molloy and Hurl butt worked the double steal, the for mer stealing home. tne dox score anu summary iuuuw, Douglas. AB R H PO A E Connors. 3b 2 11110 Kerry, c 4 1 0 18 1 0 Wood, sr 5 2 3 3 1 0 Redmond, 2b 4 10 111 Dahl, If ... 4 0 0 0 0 0 Kertis, lb 3 0 0 3 0 2 Johnson, cfw 4 110 0 0 Mausetr, rf 4 1 3 0 0 0 Pittman, p 4 0 0 0 1 0 Totals .... 34 7 8 27 5 3 t Juneau. AB R H PO A E Callan. ss 3 110 2 1 Duggan, c 3 0 0 8 1 1 Hester, lb 3 0 0 12 0 1 Reld. cf 3 1 0 3 0 1 Wright, 2b 4 0 0 4 2 0 Molloy, If 4 112 0 0 Hurlbutt, 3b 4 0 1 0 3 0 Nichols, rf 2 0 0 0 0 0 Woodward, rf 2 0 0 0 0 0 Ford, p 4 0 0 0 5 0 Totals 32 3 3 27 1* 4 Summary?Sacrifice fly, Kertis; sac rifice hit, Kerry; base on balls, by Pitt man, 3; by Ford, 4; struck out, by Pittman, 18; by Ford, 8; left on bases, Douglas. 6; Juneau, 6; wild pitch, Pitt man, 1; Ford, 2; passed ball, Duggan, 2; hit by pitcher, Hester by Pittman. Umpire Dutton; time 2 hours 10 min. JEFFERSON SAILS FOR ( NORTH WITH PASSENGERS ??? i SEATTLE, Aug. 10.?The Jefferson | sailed last night with the following named passengers: ] For Juneau: A. F. Raynor, Mrs. L. ] McCUvery, J. E. Austin. J. E. Gobelli, ] L. G. Hill. H. F. Cain, S. McMillan, Mrs. C. R. Rhodes. Bozo Pclsln, Miss ? Mary Johns. F. G. Hurley, E. R. El- ( llngton, C. W. Speer, Mrs. M. E. Per- i ry nnd Mary Patton. For Douglas?Joseph Robertson and < Aleso Robertson. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. ATTENTION! C s There will be a meeting of Alaska t Lodge. No. 1, on Tuesday evening, Aug. 11, 1914, at 8 o'clock. Members j and visitors are requested to attend. a GEO. F. FORREST, C.C. MARTIN GEORGE,, K.R.S. '( ?(8-10-2t.) j, DEPARTING ON EVANS. t The Admiral Evans arriving from he Westward yesterday morning duthbound took the following pas- ft engers from Juneau: Miss H. Beus- Ii hleln. Miss Emma Hodges, Louise M. fl tae, Richard Mann, P. P. McCullough, \ A. Wood and wife. Miss Russell, llss Benolt, Miss Earle, Miss Mahone, liss Wilhelm. seven second class. d< McBRIDE WEARS NEW GOLD MEDAL J. C. McBrlde, president of the C. W. Young Co., Is- wearing the Truesdell medal also a final.big smile, having won the first handicap match hi the Jnneau gun club sKoot. Ie he can re peat the performance four times?and he says he can and will?the pretty little trophy will remain in his posses sion. The medal is' of silver and gold, a plate shaped like a shotgun shell, suitably Inscribed.: There were four contestants in the finals for the medal. McBrlde entered with a handicap of 11, and broke 147^-Fisher, 11, and broke 18; Lucas, 17, broko 13; Wal dron, 7, broke 21. In the shoot-off McBride with a handicap of 11, broke 20; Fisher, 7, 24; Waldron, 4, 17; Lu cas, 12, 12. This left McBride and Fisher tied again. In the final Mc Bride entered with a handicap of 5 and broko -8; Fisherl, and broke 18, allowing McBride to win by 4 points. The following high scrose were made during the shoot of the day: Fisher, 24; Waldron, 21; McBrlde, 20; Trucsdell, 20; Smith, 19; Lynch, 19; Bunbury, 18; Cleary, 18; King, 17; Datfer, 17; Carter, 16; Shattuck, 15; Carrigan, 14; Lucas, 13; Frye, 13, and Jones, 11. AT THE ORPHEUM. ?+? packed house witnessed the ex cellent show at the Orpheum which consisted of the following five good pictures: Pathe Weekly, showing some Inter esting hoppenings at the Panama Can al. "The Missing Bondk," a modern drama by the Kalme Co. "False to Their Trust" Is the sev enth of the "What Happened to Mary" Beries. "His Chldren" Is a pleasing drama by the Lubin Co. and, last, but not least, a laughing comedy with Alkali Ike as the fun-maker. Tuesday and Wednesday is a spe :Ial picture with Florence Turner and Uourtenay Foote in under the "Make Up."? (???) :hange of program at the grand There are five good reels at the Irand theatre tonight: "The Quarrelers," Is an object les ion to those who permit their tongues o be the boss. "Kidnaping Dolly" and "Imaginative lllly" aro two good comedleB, full of ctlon. "Terrible Lesson," is a drama show ng the struggle of a man between [>ve and gambling. "The Appeal" is a strong drama. Come and hear the Grand orchestra anight. ?(???)?. for sale at a bargain. Second hand furniture. Suitable >r light housekeeping for two rooms, iquire at 729 Gold St., or at this of- 1 ce. 8-10-lt 1 i , ] Nice clean room and good board, 1 f per week at 323 7th SL Miss San- i ). 8-10-1 m. !+ + + + + + * + 4' + + <? + + + 4' | ? * + ALASKA DAILY EMPIRE + 4 Douglas Branch * + M. A. SNOW. Manager + + - .( * ?++**++>++*+*+** 4- * * * + + *? + + + * + + * + + ? + DOUGLAS NEWS NOTES. ? + ? +++?+++**?++++?? DOUGLAS, Aug. 10. ? Yesterday morning, at the Catholic church, Al bin J. Scrobonja was united In mar riage to Fanny Marcelja. Rude Scro bonja and Joe Africh were the witness es. The following persons have engaged passage on the AI-KI, sailing South to night: John Nelson, N. E. and Dan E., Henderson, Morton and Henry Strom, John C. Graham, Mrs. S. J. Hopper, Misses Elizabeth and Amy Hopper and John Hopper. Jr. Anton Krasel and Mllye Carlone have bought out the tailoring business on St. Ann's avenue formerly run by T. Pavesic. SUCCESSFUL FISHING EXCURSION TO LIMESTONE ?+? DOUGLAS, Aug. 10.?Dr. and Mrs. Mathlas and Dr. and Mrs. Sargent, of Douglas, Mrs. T. C. Anderson, and Dr. William Palllster, of Juneau, made up a successful Ashing party at Lime stone yesterday, where they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cochran. All members of the party brought back large strings of trout. They made the trip on Capt. Daniels' gas cruiser "Fa vorite," returning this morning. BIG SHOW COMING TO LYRIC THEATRE DOUGLAS, Aug. 10.?Four reels of first class pictures will bo shown at the Lyric tonight. On Friday and Saturday nights the great success "Leah Kleschna," dra matized from Tolstoy, will bo given by tho famous players. + + _* TREADWELL NOTES * O + >???++?+*?+**?*?* TREADWELL, Aug. 10.?The deco rating committee for the firemen's ball is busily engaged today in deco rating the main hall of the Trcadwell Club, tl is promised that the decora tions will be the best ever seen in the North. ? Paul Kegel, bandmaster of the Treadwell club band, returned from a 1 vacation of a month spent in Haines and Skagway. Mr. Kegc lattended the Democratic convention at Skag- < way as a delegate. 4 All members of the Treadwell band < are requested to be at the band room < at eight o'clock tomorrow night to re- < hearse for the firemen's ball. < A new window has been placed in j the Treadwell auditors office. ] Chas Price and family will leave i next Thursday for a trip around Ad- 4 mlralty island. They expect to bo 1 ^one about two weeks. a The mombers of the Treadwell soc- ? cer club are practicing on the club grounds this afternoon. Invitations for the firemen's ball arc | being Issued tod^y. ( ? * ? ? NEW MANAGER FOR 1 j THE TREADWELL STORE ' ?+? 1 TREADWELL, Aug. 10.?H. A. 'Ping- 1 er, an twperienced mercantile man 3 from California, arrived Saturday on J tjie Humboldt to take the placo as ? manager of the Treadwell store, made yacant by the resignation of Daniel ? Webster. Mr. Plnger has taken up his duties and is today acquainting him- ' self with the busi&ess. . -?? J "LEAH KLESCHNA" ?j MAKES BIG HIT J ?? ] "Leah Kleschna" with tho talented 4 Carlotta Nilsson in the title role made ^ a big hit In the Juneau theatre last . night. Tho play comes up to expecta- * tlons, and Is one of the most interest- - ing of the silent dramas being pro- [ duced by the "Famous Players." There ? was a packed house and a well pleas ed audience out to witness the initial ? performance and the play will be re peated tonight and again tomorrow ? night. ! Mr. Jack Hepburn, who Is booking ) the productions of the "Famous Play- . ers" In Alaska, today announced that * following "Leah Kleschna" he would ? present at the Juneau theatre, Alex- ' andcr Dumas's "Three Musketeers" 3 dramatized and adapted to the Photo- 4 play art, Mrs. FlsVu In "Tess of the 1 Dubcrvilles," and ' America's Sweet- 4 heart," and Mary Plckford in "The J Bishop's Carriage/' 4 NAGEL OPENS SALE < OF FALL GOODS - A. Nagol, wuo was in Juneau last spring with A. Greonbnum, arrived on the Al-Ki with a stock of fall and winter styles of ladles' goods which he will put on uJ!e tomorrow in the storeroom In the Occidental Annex building next to the postofflco. NEW ASSISTANT FOR ADMIRAL LINE HERE Hugh P. Gallagher. well kn^wn transportation man who has been con nected with the business in Pacific Coast cities for the past four years arrived from Seattle on the Admiral Sampson to become assistant to Geo- ? rgo J. McCarthy, Juneau agent for "" the Pacific Alaska Navigation com pany, operating tno Admiral Lino Bleamers in Alauka. FOR RENT?Desirable front room with bath, Sevird St. close in, $15 m month. Emp.ia 8-10-3L ^ -> ? ? ? < ? FOR RENT?Room, bath, hot wat- < > >r, heat. Phont 605. 8-10-tf J > I ? REDUCTION SALE I ' J ; >V.-<M??V V' Of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothing IN SMALL SIZES ONLY THESE SUITS ARE REGULAR $30.00 and $35.00 VALUES S$1250 tunerummskr. ; THE BE8T LOAF OF t f BREAD ! ? .?-y? o <> it < ? Is 80id At it <? ; <? ? ? Sanfranci:si:oBakery:: i: ? O. MESSER8CrtMlDT, Prop, o <> VoSSMtSSSSi MSMSMMM 0 LADIES ARE INVITED. to Inspect ray latest shipment of live sut hair, In natural shades. Bring In yrour switch and have it remodeled. Mrs. Albert Berry, The Vogue, 317 3eward. . (Mo. We, Fr.) 11IIII111 11 1111 I 111 1111 III When you want ' 1 ! Hardware, Stoves, Furni- ! 1 ture, Carpets, Linoleum, !! ! Sashes, Guns, Electric Sup- !' ! plies, Trunks, Suit Cases, !! ! Chinaware, Paints and Oils ! ' 1 ??eme J \ | Julius Jensen Doufflaa Alaska ? ? ?11111111111111111111 n i'! I 111 1 i i I III III 11111 III 111 1 The Grotto ! Saloon and Liquor Store ;; UVELLE & BROPHY '? . Proprietor* Front St JUNEAU . -i i i 1111111 n 111111111 i 111' ? L. G Thomjm Merl F. Thomu < ' ? Alaska Furniture 8 Undertaking 4 > Co., Inc. < > > Funeral Directors & Fmbalmers ?> > Doturlu AU?k? ^ ^' > HUNTER HOTEL j DOUGLAS, ALASKA ? Strictly First-Class. Always . on Hand: Choice Wines, Liquors | and Cigars. Our Specialty? 1 Mixed Drinks. Front St., opj>. Ferry Landing 1 B. CONRAD, Prop. RUDOLPH BLAHUT, Maraaer j Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer On Draught i tlUmUK HUTKL AMUSEMENT PARLORS Spend your Iensure time playing pool end billiards. Yon are always welcome. Come see me. L. H. KIEST - DOWGLAS Do You Know \\ that your Gardinicn, Fancy < > Lace Curtain*, Sofa Pillow*, J J Pennants, etc., when cleaned 4 * by our modern method*, will < ? look a* good a* new? Ju*t J [ try u* once u a s: 4 ? Dahl & Wahlberg i| D Street, Douglas Phone 52 4'