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Douglas Alaska ? > FRISCO MAN SAYS THE 1 ] EXPOSITION NOT HURT Guy Francis, assistant manager for the Pacific department of the Hart lord Fire Insurance company, with headquarters in San Francisco, is an enthusiastic booster for the Panama Pacific exposition and everything American. Ho declares that the Eu ropean war will not at all effect the success of the big show, but on the contrary will be a benefit in that con ditions are brought about that will In duce many Americans who are in the habit of spending much time and mon ey aboard, to take an interest In home and home Interests, and that through it all many thousands of Americans who otherwise would not find time to visit the great exposition will now go to San Francisco and learn something to not only their advantage but to the benefit of the entire country. Mr. Francis has only been in Juneau a few days but he Is very much im pressed with the town and the tremen dous resources back of it in the miner expects to be here until Friday when al wealth and flshring resources. He he will leave for the South again. YUKON MEMBER HURRYING TO CANADIAN PARLIAMENT ?+? Dr. Alfred Thompson, member of the Canadian parliament from Yukon ter ritory. passed through Juneau last night on the Mariposa hurrying to Ot tawa where the session has been call ed on account of the European war sit uation. ? * * I CROATION CLUB DANCE NEXT SUNDAY EVENING Our regular weekly dance will take p'acc next Sunday evening at the Croa tian club hall on St. Anne avenue. Ev eryone Is welcome. Admission, 50c. Indies free. 8-19-3t CROATIAN MANDOLIN CLUB: MASQUERADE SATURDAY NIGHT. ?+? A masquerade will be given by the Saturday Night Dancing Club at May flower pavilion, on Saturday evening. Admission. 75c. Good music. S-19-3t. W. C. T. U. MEETS TOMORROW. The regular meeting of the \V. C. T. U. will be held in the Presbyterian church Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. MRS. HYDE. Ucc. Secy. PIANO TUNER. George Anderson, piatio expert. Is in Juneau again aud ready for business. Any in need of an expert piano tuner or wishing to buy or rent a piona or piano player, call Anderson at Barra gar's postolHce store, phone 54. 8-17-3L SPECIAL?At the Peerless Bakery, cream puffs, made of pure cream.? 8-17-3t. ITALIAN CONSUL FOR WORKMEN'S INSURANCE That Alaska should havo a working man's compensation act, similar to that In operation In Washington and California, Is the belief of Chevalier P. Daneo, consul-general for Italy at San Francisco, who arrived In Seattlo last night from his first trip to the Northland. Chevalier Daneo was ac companied by F. M. Andreanl, an at tache of the consulate. They spent about two months In the Territory, the main object of their visit having been to safeguard the welfare of the great number of Italians who will be employed on the government railway. Chevalier Daneo said, as a rosult of his inspection tour the Italian gov ernment may appoint an Inspector or commission to work with the United States authorities In an effort to pre vent intervention of Intermediaries in enrolling laborers for work there. This Inspector, he affirmed, would also try to stop grafting from workmen and regulate subcontracts. A hospital serv ice may also be Inaugurated, he de clared. The visitor declined to comment on the war situation In Europe beyond the statement that he hoped Italy would be able to maintain her neu trality, as sho has everything to lose and nothing to gain by joining in the hostilities now In progress. Chevalier Daneo declared himself greatly impressed with the fishing and fur industries In the North, and de clared that with the opening of the Panama Canal there may be estab lished an extensive and dibect trade between Alaska and Italy In these products. The Italian consulate at San Fran cisco has jurisdiction over the Pacific Const Stutcs and Alaska. While in Seattle this morning. Chevalier Daneo was shown about the city by Dr. A. J. Ghlglione. Italian vice-consul here. He left early today for San Francisco.? Seattle Times. TO ADD 500 TO THE MOUNTED POLICE ?+? Five hundred ex-members of Mount ed Police will be re-engaged for one years service under following condi tions. Age not exceeding forty five, pass medical examination, any dis charge not involving moral turpitude will be accepted, those holding "Fair" discharge or better to be accepted at once, present police pay and standard as far as possible. Men re-engaging will be given rank held on discharge. Applicants In Yukon Territory apply I to Officer Commanding any PoBt Dis trict. Transport and subsistance will be provided for those accepted.. Mar ried men may be re-engaged and will be granted separation allowance of twenty dollars monthly if not supplied with married quarters. Pensioners may be re-engaged; if unmarried pen sion will be suspended; if married pension continued towards separation allowance. Foreign Service not prob able. Former speqial constables not eligible for re-engagement. All ex members wishing to re-engage under above conditions will please apply to Insp. A. E. Acland, R. N. \V. M. Police, Whitehorse, or to the Officer Com manding R. N. W. P., Dawson. Word has been received from Daw son that the Chapters there of the Daughters of the Empire, are collect ing subscriptions for the Hospital Ship to be presented to the Admiralty for use of wounded seamen. A num ber of the ladies of Whitehorse have taken this matter up here and Insp. A. E. Acland has consented to act as local treasurer. Any person wishing to subscribe to the above fund will please give in their subscription be fore 5 p. m. on Saturday, when the amount subscribed will bo forwarded to Dawson.?Whitehorse Star. ***+*+*+++*+**++ * MARINE NOTES ? **************** The Spokane is expected from Sitka southbound tonight at 11 o'clock. The Sophia left Wrangell at 8 o' clock this morning nnd should be here tonight. The Humboldt sails south tomorrow morning at 5 o'clock. The Admiral Sampson will arrive from tho Westward tomorrow evening. The Northwestern sailed for Juneau from Seattle last night and should be here Friday night The Al-Ki sailed from Seattle for Juneau this morning and should arrive here Saturday. ALASKA STEAMSHIP CO. OFFICIAL HERE Everett P. Clark, assistant freight and passenger agent for the Alaska Stenmshlp company with headquarters in Seattle, arrived from the Westward on the Mariposa this morning and will radiate from Juneau on a tour of the tributary territory. He left today on the Dolphin for Skagway and Sitka, after consulting with Willis E. Nowell, agent for the company at Juneau, and president of the Juneau Steamship ocmpany. HUMBOLDT ARRIVALS. The Humboldt arrived from the South last night with quite a number of round trip tourists aboard and the following for Gastineau channel towns: For Juneau?Edward Lytle, W. G. Beattle, Mrs. Hazel Moon, and three second class. For Douglas?Mrs. M. J. O'Connor, Vincent O'Connor, Gerald O'Connor, Mrs. W. H. Kelly, and Miss Bessie (Valsh. | DOLPHIN ARRIVALS. The Dolphin arrived from the South 1 his morning with about twenty tour Bts on board, making the round trip ' o Skagway and Sitkn. The following ( .?ere for Juneau: J. V. Black, Herbert ' table and wife, and C. H. Brown. EVANS ARRIVALS. The Admiral Evans arrived from the South at an early hour this morning with a number of tourists aboard mak ing the round trip JLo the Westward and several passengers for Westward points. The following named were for JuneauY Mrs. Beyer. Mrs. Smith, E. C. Wallstrom, Mrs. (.'l ira Smith, C. S. Brush, M. L. Nodes, Bessie Smith, J. A. Edwards, Leroy Edwards, Ells Llnd strom, Oscar Margard, Fred Holm, Lil lian Anderson. Inez Larett, L. E. Buell, Alex Paras, and Harold H. Post. THE AL-KI IS ON HER WAY TO JUNEAU SEATTLE. Aug. 19.?The Al-Kl sail ed for Alaska this morning with the following named passengers: L. Hu ber, G. C. Richards, Harry Dale, Mrs. F. Beggls, Mrs. Dale; Vivian Dale, M. Kimball. Mrs. C. E. Kimball, Ellis Kimball, Harry Grande, Mllo Parish, Master Miles, Draus Klegg, Geo. Lem, C. Meldnor, Mrs. M. Miles, Miss Miles, J. H. Ballard, Oscar Anderson, and J. Isaacson. J. H. AND LANG COBB BACK FROM OUTING J. H. Cobb, the well known lawyer, and son, J. Lang Cobb, returned yes terday on the latter's gasoline pleas ure boat from an outing of several days down the coast. They were as far south as Twin point, and secured good catches of flsh, but no venison. B. P. O. ELKS MEET TONIGHT. There will bo a regular meeting Of Juneau lodge No. 420, B. P. O. Elks, tonight (Wednesday) at 8 o'clock. Im portant business will come before the meeting. Visiting Elks are cordially Invited to attend. G. F. FORREST, E.R. H. L LUCAS, Secy. GRAND JURY EXONERATES STEVE STEPANOFF Steve Stepanoff Is a free man again. This morning the grand Jury returned not a true bill after investigating the charge of larceny on which defendant was ordered held. He was Immediate ly released. Stepanoff was charged with having stolen a gas boat. MRS. THANE ENTERTAINS. Mrs. B. L. Thane, entertained yes terday afternoon In honor of Mrs. H. L. Wollenberg, wife of the chief en gineer of the Alaska Gaatlneau Min ing company, who recently came to Ju neau as a bride. CARD OF THANKS. Mr. L. E. Buell wishes to thank the many friends in Juneau for kindness extended during the Illness and re cent bereavement In his family. PRINCE RUPERT CONTRIBUTES. ' The ladles of the local chapter of ] ho Daughters of the Empire succeed- 1 >d In raising $614.66 In Prince Rupert ' oward the equipment of a hospital 1 ihip.?Prince Rupert Empire. J **+************* + ? + ALASKA DAILY EMPIRE + + Douglas Branch 4* + M. A. SNOW, Manager 4? + ? + <H,t + + + * + + t + + + + + + * + DOUGLAS NEWS NOTES. ? * ? +++++++**+++++?? DOUGLAS, Aug. 19?Mrs. J. J. O' Connor and two sons, Vincent and Ger ald arrived last evening on the Hum boldt and will spend the next month visiting at the home of her brother in-law, M. J. O'Connor. Mrs. O'Connor Is the wife of Dr. O'Connor, of San Francisco, who Is chief clerk of tho Southern Pacific hospital service at that place. Manager Ed Armstrong, of the Ly ric theatre, who left on tho Mariposa last night, expects to arrange for a now and better selection of pictures for tho coming season than has been shown at the Lyric In the past. Gu8 Usula was given ten days In jail this morning by Judge Henson, for being drunk and disorderly. \ ? +. ? EASTERN STAR HOLDS ANNIVERSARY BANQUET DOUGLAS, Aug. 19?Tho local chap ter of the Order of tho Eastern Star celebrated their fifth anniversary last night with card playing and a banquet to which the members and their friends were invited. Tho celebration was preceded by a regular meeting at which a candidate was initiated. The color scheme In the card room and at the banquet was red and green, whllo tho light for the banquet hall wan furnished by thirty-six candles with red shades. A number of Juneau people attend ed the celebration, which broke up at midnight so that Juneau people might catch the last ferry for home. AT LYRIC TONIGHT. DOUGLAS, Aug. 19.?Tho following strong bill will be seen at the Lyric theatre tonight: 1. "Love and Charity," a Reliance drama, a beautiful story of two sweet hearts. 2. "Arresting Father," a Majestic comedy. 3. "The Kidnaping of Dolly," a drama that will interest and amuse the children. ?? 4. "Sunny Smith," a roaring Vic tor comedy. + + * TREADWELL NOTES * 0 * i *+*++*+*+****++++ TREADWELL, Aug. 19.?Chester Mc Klnnon, Leslie Foreman, Harry Delln, Frank Russell, Alex Chisholm and Carl \nderson form a party that left at I LI o'clock this morning for a hunting | ind fishing trip. They left on the Fa vorlte and will bo gone three or four days. Mrs. W. H. Kelly and daughter, Marion, returned on the Humboldt last night from a trip to the States. George Robblee, formerly In the Gov ernor's office in Juneau, has taken a position in the office department of the Trendwell company. LEAVING'SOON TO JOIN BRITISH NAVY TREADWELL, Aug. 19?W. K. B. Ellis, who for the past yoar has been identified with the engineering force hero and with the Alaska-Juneau com pany, will leave on the Princess So phia for Esquimalt, B. C., where he will offer his service to his government as a naval reserve. Mr Ellis was a member of the Brit ish navy for a number of years and at the time of his leaving, was a sub lieutenant on tho Cruiser Common wealth, stationed in Australian waters and has been on the naval reserve list since that time. MIGHTY NIMRODS SECURE BOOTY ON DOUGLAS ISLAND ?H? W. W. Waldron, Alaska and North west representative of the Denver with headquarters in Juneau, and E. P. Rock Drill Manufacturing company Stowell of tho C. W. Young compan, returned last night from a successful hunting expedition on Douglas island. They got two deer?and loft one black bear on the Island. Thntf orAiiL'A/l Atrno tlio AVInnnA1 f??A???? I i UVJ V1UOOCU UTCi IUO VIKUUICI 11 U111 Lemon ct*eek and put in all of the day stalking for mowich, with the result that a pair were brought down. Just as they wcro heading for the beach to cross back on the Juneau side an ee the dusky afternoon look bright and nor-mous black bear, so black he made sunshiny, stood up in the path to ar gue with them, but they sidestepped bruin and mado good time to the wa ter's edge. The impulse created by the appearance of tho monster had one good effect?it made their load of game lighter and materially lessened the task of carrying out tho plunder. Beii and Lucas Successful. Clerk of tho Court Jay W. Boll, H. I. Lucas, of the B. M. Behrends bank and secretary of the Elks, and other local nimrods have been successful in bagging doer since tho opening of the season. -*? Mr. Lucas says tho deer he killed ] Saturday afternoon weighed 760 < pounds and he carried it on his back \ 165 miles. It took him a good part < of the afternoon. NEW INCORPORATIONS. ?+? The Houston Dredging and Hydraul ic company, of Petaluma, California filed articles of Incorporation with Charles E. Davidson, Secretary of the Territory this morning. George T. Harlow of Petaluma Is president. The capital is named at $1,000,000. S. O. Morford of Seward was named resi dent agent. "H. Mine Corporation" Is the title if a Seattle mining company that filed irticles this morning. The capital itock is named at $60,000. The resi lent agent Is John Hamilton, living in tho mining property near Knlk. ADMIRAL LINE PLEASES WHITEHORSE ? * ? The coming of tho Admiral Line to Skagway is a matter of no small im portance to Whitehorse as well as Skagway, for it is one of the recent events .which marks the ever increas ing importance of the Whitehorse gateway to the interior. The decis ion of a big steamship company to route its ships so that Skagway, which has not been heretofore a point of call, may be Included at an expense of a considerable amount of time, indicates that the outside world is watching closely tho trend of travel and Is quick to sec the steady growth in business activity and the rapidly increasing importance and the geo graphical location of this city as the natural gateway and distributing point for all the Interior of Alaska. The people of Whitehorse should rejoice equally with the people of Skagway, who gavo the Admiral Evans a most hearty welcome on her call there recently on her way to tho West ward, and should realize tlio great future which unquestionably lies be fore this city, for Whitehorse must of necessity be the distributing point for the entire interior of Alaska and its commercial importance as a job bing and wholesale center can bo sec ond to none in all Alaska.?Whitehorse Star. LEAVING FOR WESTWARD. The following named took passage on the Admiral Evans for the West ward today: C. N. Stockwell, I. A. Mc Dowell, Alfred Kyte, and James Ma gill. Electric auto or boat horn, brass nickeled, $5.00. Steel monkey wrench, nine Inches, 35c. Collins, double-bit axes, gun metal finish, $1.25. Gastin eau Hardware & Mach'y Co. 8-19-tf Snappy styles In up-to-date milllnory on display Saturday, Aug. 22nd, at Goldstein's. 8-18-tf / 111 I 11M-l 111 1 III 111 III I III Ttie Grotto ;; Saloon and Liquor Store ;; LaVELLE & BROPHY Proprietor* Front St JUNEAU i-i i i 111 i i 11111 i i 1111111111 HUNTER HOTEL DOUGLAS, ALASKA Strictly First-Class. Always on Hand: Choico Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Our , Specialty? Mixed Drinks. Front St, opp. Ferry Landing j B. CONRAD, Prop. RUDOLPH BLAHUT. M*n**cr J Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer On Draught I When The Glaciers 11^ |i We'll have no more rain in Juneau. AT JL WA V Until that time comes, however, we'll need Raincoats and Umbrellas Q T2170DV HAS A N,CE STOCK OF THESE, AND iVliXO. ULil\l\ I the prices are right too. Cor. 3d & Franklin GROCERIES (MEN'S GOODS M. J. O'CONNOR Douglas j J.' V j ?BHBBOBBHHnnHnBBMHHHIl ................. ? i Douglas Opera House Hotel Connection ? j \\ We serve the BEST BEER ?- p| cc j; < ? in. Douglas for . . . OC cl VjlaSS 0 FREE MOVING PICTURES EVERY NIGHT 1 y The Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars <' ! I PETE ROLANDO, Prop. Douglas, Alaska " i > * aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa Watches!! $1.00 to $150 Each HOWARD, WALTHAM ELGIN, HAMILTON EQUITY and INGERSOL ? ?-??? An tJgin 16-stze, Seven Jewels, Nickel Case at 80.0O NEW DESIGNS IN ALASKA JEWELRY PAUL BLOEDHORN, DOUGLAS, ALASKA 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. 1 3 Stores ] Juneau Music House J. P. L. GRAVES, Mgr. REXALL DRUG STORE FRONT STREET DRUG STORE t Douglas, Alaska. Douglas, Alaska. * ELMER E. SMITH, Prop. > Millinery Opening SATURDAY, AUGUST 22 f A New Department in the Gold- f | stein Store, with Mrs. M. Bean in i| I! 1 ~l charge I . ~1 ij ^P^oJUNERUPiLASKR. Before buying call and see our stock of Foreign and Domestic Models in the New Fall Styles