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Is the Time to have that \J
^ Suit Cleaned and Pressed.
? We call for and deliver <?
All Work ;?!
|| Dahl & Wahlberg ||
' * D Street, Douglas Phone ' '
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W. A. Ferguson H A. Hirkpatrick
The Buffet
Hotel Cain
"Nothing But the Beit
10-Year-Old Bonded
Whiskey
Side Entrance rest to Elk's Hall
1HIIIIIII Illll
i > When you want ? >
! ! Hardware, Stoves, Furai
ture, Carpets, Linoleum, !
1 Sashes, Guns, Electric Sup- !I
! plies, Trunks, Suit Cases, !
!! China ware, Paints and Oils i!
' msc mo
:: Julius Jensen :[
? ? Duuslaa AUaiui ?
i MiiiinniiiiinMHiiit
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G. K. GILBERT
PLUMBING and
SHEET METAL WORKS
*21 Front 8L Phone S58
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? M. CARLONE A. K RASE I. j
? Up-to-Date Tailoring:
X 10 p*r c?nt discount on all X
^ Suit* -old hffrvr** S??pr. ^
All Work GaiMiteed ?
X ST. ANN AVE. DOUCLAS X
REMEAStJREMENT IS [
NOT REQUIRED
Collector of Customs John F. Pugh
this morning received telegraphic In- -
structiona from J. 0. Davles. collector v
for the Port of San Francisco, and j.
promulgated by E. T. Chamberlain.
U. S. Commissioner of Navigation, for r
the purpose of facilitating the change t
of foreign built ships to American ,
register under the act recently passed [
by Congress and signed by President j
Wilson. The San Francisco collector j
of customs was directed to repeat
the instructions to all Pacific coast ]
collectors and Honolulu. <
The instructions are thut "Merch
ant vessels of Great Britain, Belgium, ,
Denmark, Austria Hungary. German ,
Empire, Italy, Sweden, Norway, Spain, ,
Netherlands, Russia. Finland, Japan, ,
and France will be deemed to be of ,
tonnage denoted in their certificates ,
of register and other uationnl papers ,
and it should not be necessary for ,
such to bo remeasurcd at any port ,
i In the United States, the measureemnt ,
laws of those countries being similar ,
to the laws of the United States, ac
cording to the Act of August 5. 1882. .
"This regulation supersedes the de- I
partment's regulations included in Ar
ticle 85 of the Customs Regulations
and so much of Article 87 as may con
flict with this order. Approved by E.
F. Sweet, acting secretary."
Advance sheets giving in brief tho
salient points of the recent act pro
viding for American register of for
eign built ships, have also been receiv
ed at the local customs house.
HAVE YOU
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lost a fountain pen lately? Fountain
: pens are devided into two classes:
"the good ones," and just "fountain
pens." When you get a "Waterman
Ideal." or a "Conklln." or a "Moore,"
: you get a fountain pen for actual use.
You do not need a plumber. The Ju
! neau Drug Co. carry only the best. 107
Front St.. phone 250. S-25-tf
LAST TRIP TO SITKA.
The Jefferson is making the last call
1 of tho season to Sitka this present voy
, age.
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$10.00 REWARD-?
Will be paid to tbe person guessing nearest to the number
of Shot Gun Shells and Cartridges now on
display in the window
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Douglas Hardware Store ?s.Dm"!!L"k5
When The Glaciers
Tt/f 1 ? Well have no more rain in Juneau.
A v lV/1 %0 Until that time comes, however, we'll need
Raincoats and Umbrellas
MOC RPRPY HAS A NICE STOCK OF THESi AND
DE-I\r\ I the price* are right too. Cor. 3d & Franklin
GROCERIES
I MEN'S GOODS
M. J. O'CONNOR Douglas g
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I; Douglas Opera House Hotel In nncetion ? j
o We serve the BEST BEER C r?l H
in Douglas for . . . 3. \_xl3SS ;;
o FREE MOVING PICTURES EVERY NIGHT
<? The Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars {>
< ? l'ETE WOLANDO, Prop. Douglas, Alaska 2
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Wa tches!!
$1.00 to $150 Each
HOWARD, WALTHAM
2LCSIM, HAMILTON
EQUITY and INGERSOL
An Elgin 16-size, Seven Jewels, Nickel Case at
So.SO
NEW DESIGNS IN ALASKA JEWELRY
PAUL BLOEDHORN, DOUGLAS, ALASKA ;
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Largest Music House in Alaska j
Highest Grade Pianos, Piano Player s, Edison Disc Phonographs, Victor
and Columbia Talking Machines, Rec ords of all makes. Sheet Music.
3 Stores 1
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Juneau Music Housed
J. P. L. GRAVES, Mgr.
REXALL DRUG STORE FRONT STREET DRUG STORE ?
Douglas, Alaska. Douglas, Alaska. 1P
ELMER E. SMITH, Prop. n
)EATAILS SAMP. I
SON DISASTER I
(Continued from Page 1.)
i'ho was on the Admiral Sampson on
ler wny to Seward said:
"After all the passengers had been
amoved, the officers and members of
he crew Jumped from tho sinking
ressol. The officers who were In
mats and hovering near begged Capt.
llooro to leave the ship and save
lis life.
"He declined, but romalned In the
illot house until the craft disappear
sd from view."
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h SURVIVING PASSENGERS. +
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t- SEATTLE. Aug. 26.?Tho fol- +
> lowing are the surviving pas- +
fr sengers of the Admiral Samp
* son: +
* M. P. Ferguson, B. C. Klo- +
* vltch. Miss Sarah C. Griffls, P. 4>
4- R. Nelson. Mrs. D. Driscoll, C. +
* Lawson. F?-ed Koltoff, F. P. +
4> McCall, Dr. Mrs. Gradfleld, A. +
-I- L. Button, James Speoos, Wll- -f
llam Zensell, Hank Bullum, J. 4
4- H. Bailey, Geo. Patterson, S. 4>
4- Stebbln, Elmer McCare, William +
* Martin, Al. Paris, Eugene Boh- +
* ne, Thomas McCurnln. Mr. and 4>
* Mrs. S. Houle, Mr. and Mrs. +
4- L. Mitchell, M. Stro, B. H. *
4- Kclley, William Burkitt, H. +
4- Lindstrom, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. +
4- Goodllch, S. Brocken, J. Brass- 4
4- man, James Sheldon, Mrs. C. 4?
*? M. Nicholson, Miss K. Nlchol- +
?> son. S. Wallace, Miss Claire +
4- Buoe, Miss C. Bettlbone, Miss +
* C. Pettit, J. Llnqulst, Mrs Cook 4>
+ and two grand daughters, Miss *
* J. Hendrickson, Mrs. J. E. Rl- <?
?> sen, Mrs. F. Cronos, S. Bums, 4>
?> T. Robinson. J. J. Cody, W. F. 4
4? Fardlff, Cora P. Greenwall, J. 4
4- E. CUne, J. Cunningham, P. 4? J
4* Curtln. ?>
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4, + 4, + 4, + + 4*4, + 4? + + + +
CHIEF OFFICER KENNEY IS SAFE.
?K?
SEATTId?. Auk- 26?Chief Offlcor
E. F. Kenney, reported at first as
among the missing on the Admiral
Sampson, was rescued and Is safe.
ALASKA-GASTINEAU
MEN ARE ALL SAFE
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SEATTLE, Aug. 26.?Of the 67 pas
sengers on the Admiral Sampson, 20
were structural steel workers In
charge of T. C. McCurnin, who were
bound for Juneau to work for the Al
aska-Gastlneau Mining company.
Byrne Steel Worker.
Ezra Byrne, the stowaway who was
burned to death on the PrlnceSs Vic
toria. after being rescued and taking
refuge in the forward part of that ves
sel, is said to have been a structural
worker.
OH, YOU AMATEUR1
???
A well known photographer told
me once that he can make a much
better picture if printed on "Ansco"
paper or post cards. He also said
that when people will get to know "An
sco" films and cameras, they will use
no other. He is an expert in his work,
and he knows. The Juneau Drug Co.
carries a complete line of Ansco photo
supplies, 107 Front St.. phone 250. Im
mediate attention is paid to out of
town orders. 8-25-tf
NOTICE OF DEMOCRATIC
PRIMARY ELECTION
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
there will be a mtfss meeting of Dem
ocrats at 8 p. m. or. August 28, 1914,
in rooms 18 and 19, Valentine build
ing, Juneau, for the purpose of elect
ing 12 delegates to the Democratic
Divisional convention to be held in
Juneau, Soptember 7.
JOHN R. WINN, Pres.
J. H. COBB, Secy (8-25-tf) j
HAINES HAS LODGE OF
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE (
J. Frederick Johnson, organiser for '
the Loyal Order of Moose In Alaska,
completed the organization of a lodge 1
of the order at Haines last week, and
left for Atlin to organize a lodge at J
that place.
Mr. Johnson expects to make the
trip down the Yukon In his capacity {
as director, and to leave Nome on one
of the last boats for Seattle.
geo. McCarthy will
PROBABLY NOT GO '
Agent George J. McCarthy of the Ad- '
miral line steamers, had cable Instruc- 1
tions two days ago to come south on
tho Admiral Evans, but will probably
not go on account of the wreck of the 1
Admiral Sampson requiring his atten- t
tions here. ?
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FOR YOU AND I.
Did you ever roast marshmnllows? 1
IVe have chocolate, raspberry and va- '
illla marshmallows, made by the fa- *'
nous candy maker of Chicago, Bonte. a
fifteen cents per box, two for 25 cents.
runcau Drug Co.. the store that has ?
vhat you want when you want It.?
:07 Front st., phono, 250. 8-25-tf. 11
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ladies are invited.
o inspect my latest shipment of live 11
ut hair, in natural shades. Bring in v
our switch and have It' remodeled. .
fhs. Albert Berry, The Vogue, 317 A
eward. (Mo. We, Fr.)
LOST?About ten days ago, a hand
arved brooch, with three small whole F
earls. Return to Trcadwell P. O. and
scolve reward. 8-27-tf. Vl
i?-Carload of?|
Elberta Peachesj
For Canning and Preserving I
TO ARRIVE AT I
| GOLDSTEIN DEPT. STORE f
ON THE "MARIPOSA" I
SATURDAY ONLY j
65c Per Box ||
fln
I! PLACE jj
!ORDERS l
I i; EARLY !
wehxiRURSKR..
i| PLACE p I
!; ORDERS II
II EARLY p
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* ALASKA DAILY EMPIRE *
+ Douglas Branch *
+ M. A. SNOW, Manager *
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* DOUGLAS NEWS NOTE8. ?
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DOUGLAS, Aug. 27.?Mrs. M. Helle
rich returned on the Jefferson last
night from a visit in the States.
Mrs. H. Joki, who has spent the past
two months in the States, returned on
the Jefferson.
Sister Mary Amelia left on the Jef
ferson this morning for the North, ac
companying Sister Mary Itha.
Mrs. Fred Kronquist, wife of the St.
Ann avenue merchant, died at her
home yesterday afternoon of compli
cations. She is survived by a husband
and four children. The body is being
embnlraed at the parlors of the Alaska
Undertaking and Furniture company
and will be burled next Sunday after
noon.
Ed. Armstrong, manager of the Ly
ric theatre. Is a northbound passen
ger on the Mariposa which left Seattle
Tuesday night.
AT LYRIC TONIGHT.
DOUGLAS. Aug. 26. ? Tonight at
tho Lyric theatre, the following pic
tures will be shown:
1. "As Fate Would Have It," a Pow
ers drama, with a deep plot
& 3. "The Sea Dog," a feature In
two reels, by the Broncho Co.; beautl
ful marine scenes and many thrilling
ndventureB.
4. "Dooley's Triumph," a comedy
full of laughs. The trials of a New
York policeman.
Coming, Monday Aug 31st, The Roy
al Stock Co., opening with "The
Wolf."
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* TREADWELL NOTES *
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TREADWELL, Aug. 27.?There will
)e a band rehearsal and meeting at
he fire hall tonight A large attend
ance is requested as a matter of im- <
>ortance will be brought up.
Word has been received that Wil- <
lam O'Brien, superintendent of the I
-lomcstake mine at Lead, S. D., who 1
'lslted at Treadwell a month ago, died
it his home shortly after his return. <
W. A. Wilson returned on the Jeff- '
rson last night from a trip to tho '
Cast, where he accompanied tho re
aalns of his brother-in-law, Rlchord O.
mderson.
A new bulletin board has been
laced in the entrance to the Tread- c
rell club. J
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APPOINTMENTS HAVE BEEN
ANNOUNCED AT TREADWELL A
TREADWELL, Aug. 27.?President
. W. Bradley this morning announced
to following appointments to fill the p
acancles caused by the re lent reslg- 0
nations In the official staff at Tread
well: P. W. Bradley, to be superintend- '
ent; R. 0. Wayland, to be assistant su- '
porintendent; D. E. Landsberg, to be '
mine or underground superintendent, "j
and John Richards to be superintend
ent of the Alaska-Juneau mine.
In making the appointments, Mr. j
Bradley Is following his previously an
nounced policy of promoting thoso al
ready in the employ of the company.
Mr. Bradley states that no more
changes are contemplated at present.
| COURT HOUSE BRIEFS ]
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The following Indictments were re
turned by the grand Jury this morn
ing, charging the sale of liquor to In
dians: Charles Swain, John Santonc, J.
L. Curtis, Mike GregerofT.
An indictment was also returned
against Frank James, charging forg
ery.
Two Plead Not Guilty.
G. Whiting this morning entered a
plea of not guilty to the Indictment <
charging pocket picking. I
Pedro Rodriguez this morning en- <
tored a plea of not guilty to the |
charge of selling liquor to Indians. i
Alice James In Custody. *
Alice James, who was indicted by !
the grand Jury yesterday was taken '
into custody by the marshal's office ,
last night. She is charged with sell- ,
lng liquor to Indians.
SIGNAL MEN OF KODIAK
TO BE REIMBURSED <
The Governor's office In Juneau Ih
In receipt of a copy of a bill recently
Introduced in Congress to satisfy
claims against the government aris- 1
ing under the Naval service. Among 11
those to be reimbursed through the
passage of the bill are the men who c
are stationed at the government wire- n
less station at Kodiak and lost their
personal belongings who ntho station ?
was burned. The men to become ben- r
eflclaries of the act are H. D. Martin,
G. G. Benson, W. H. Spurlock and W. "
E. Apple. They aro to receive Jointly 0
the sum of $1,891.50. 11
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CRIMINAL CASES READY
FOR TRIAL NEXT WEEK C
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District Attorney John J. Reagan J'
stated this morning that the govern' '
ment would be ready to go to. trial
in several cnses and it was likely that
:he first of these cases will be set '
tor some time next week.
Mr. Reagan has not announced any
changes and will probably not make ^
iny under tho temporary appoint- .
nent that he holds.
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ALTAR SOCIETY MEETING. hJ
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The Altar Society of the Catholic
hurch will meet at the home of Mrs.
'. L. Grey, 638 Seward street, tomor
ow afternocn at two o'clock.
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kLASKA GASTINEAU LOSES "
$25,000 WORTH OF FREIGHT
The Alaska Gastlneau Mining com
any had consignments valued at $25,- tn
00 on tho Admiral Sampson. da
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* MARINE NOTES *
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I.4.4. (. 4. 4. 4- * * + * ? + * * *
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The Princess May, returning from
Skngway Is scheduled to sail South
from Juneau tomorrow morning at 7
o'clock.
The Spokane will arrive from the
South tomorrow.
The Humboldt should arrive from
the South tomorrow.
The Mariposa Is expected from the
South tomorrow.
The Admiral Evans is expected from
the Westward tomorrow.
The JefTerson, returning from Sitka
will sail south, Saturday.
Tho Dolphin leaves Seattle tonight.
Tho Northwestern is duo from the
Westward August 30.
The Jefferson is in Sitka.
JEFFERSON ARRIVES
?MANY PASSENGERS
Tho Jefferson arrived from the
South last night with about twenty
tourists making the round trip to
Skngway and Sitka aboard, a large list
'or Skagway and Interior points and
the following for Juneau: J. P. Wnlk
;r, M. Martin and wife, J. P. Noriol,
VIre. J. L. Freeburn, A. C. Hadley,
Mario Heldre, Dr. E. Krulish, Mrs.
3. Place, Mr. and Mrs. Holmqulst, E.
CV. Anderson, M. K. Strubble, Harry
Stewart.
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h PERSONAL MENTION +
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John L. Carlson, head of the Taku
Jarbor cannery, came north from Se
ittle on tho Jefferson.
Dr. Emll Krullsh, returned to Juneau
>n the Jefferson last night after an
tbsence of some time.
Mrs. H. J. Lynch, wife of a leading
Skagway merchant, passed through Ju
teau aboard the Jefferson last night.
Mrs. James L. Freeburn, wife of the "
cneral manager and superintendent J
f the ChlchagofT mines, arrived In Ju- <
?au on the Jefferson, enroute to Chi- *
liagoff. <
R. H. Chadwlck arrived on tho Jeff- <
rson, enroute to Seward. '
B. F. Taylor, of the National Cash \
teglster company, with headquarters <
1 Seattle, Is registered at tho Alas
an.
D. C. Wlthorspoon, of tho U. S. geo
etlc survey, Is staying at the Alas
an hotel.
B. F. Thompson, a Butte mining
lan. Is visiting Juneau.
Miss Klonda Olds Is a passenger
board the Al-Ki enroute to Seattle
here she will visit for a time at the
ame of Mrs. C. Russell and then enter
cme Business College In Everett.
Cut Flowers at Winter & Pond's.
Winter & Pond announce th? re- ?
ilpt of a shipment of cut flowers,
id that they will continue to receive
em regularly horoafter.
Rod umbrellas exchanged by mis
ke at dance at Elk's hall last Satur
iy night. Call 685. 8-27-3t. L
GLASSES FOR CHILDREN.
Not long now till school begins. If
your child needs glosses it Is high
time you were attending to the matter.
By taking the children In time, a
lifetime with glasses Is frequently
avoided and their efficiency increased.
Our method of examination is pat
terned after that of the most noted op
thalmologlsts and Is authoritative.
Prices from $5.00 to $10,000 .
ALASKA OPTICAL CO.
(Opposite Alaska Supply Co.)
SEWARD BANK GETS
$8,000 QUARTZ GOLD
A shipment of gold valued at $8,000
was received by the Bank of Seward
today from the Alaska Free Gold
property.?Seward Gateway.
Telephone 289
Pantorium Dye Works
Ladles' ana aents' First Class
Cleaning, Dyeing, Repair
ing and Pressing
AH Kinds of Remodeling
All Work Guaranteed
386 Front Su Juneau, Alaska
HUNTER HOTEL
AMUSEMENT PARLORS
Spend your leaaure tint* playing pool
and billiards. You are alwajm welcome.
Come nee me.
L. H. KIEST - DOUGLAS
r I?0 Thoma* Merl F. Thomma ?
> Alaska Furniture 8 Undertaking Z
Co., Inc. Z
funeral Directors & Embalmers ?
t ? < < < e e t a e o es*XV< a
HUNTER HOTEL
DOUGLAS, ALASKA
Strictly First-Class. Always
on Hand: Choice Wines, Liquors
and Cigars. Our Specialty?
Mixed Drinks.
Front St., opp. Ferry Landing ?
B. CONRAD, Prop.
RUDOLPH BLAHUT. Manager |
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer
On Draught }
B. D. STEWART
MINING ENGINEER
U. 8. MINERAL SURVEYOR
P. O. Box 1M - - - Juneau

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