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IW. A. Fenruson H A. Hirkpatrick
The Buffet
Hotel Cain
"Nothing But the Best
3 lO-Year-Old Bonded
WUthtjr
Side Entrance next to Elk's Halt
Telephone 289
Pantorium Dye W orks
L ante*' ana aents' Flr*t Cl?i
Cleaning, Dyeing. Repaid
Ing and Pressing
All Kinds of Remodeling
All Work Guaranteed
front Su Juneau. Alaska
B. D. STEWART
M'.VINC, ENGINEER
U 5 M.'NERAL SURVEYOR
? O 80* - - ? Juneau
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G. K. GILBERT
PLUMBING anu t
SWEET METAL WORKS
'21 Frjot SL 'Phone 35*
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? MILYK CARLOSE ?
i Up-to-Date Tailoring::
X in p?r cm! ilimunt on >11 a
X Suih^for* Sept. ^ >
? All Work Guriflcftl
X ST. ANN AVE. DOUGI.AS 4
HUNTER HOTEL
AMUSEMENT PARLORS
Sp?nd your leoaure time playing pool
and billanU You mre .ilw iyu wvlcme.
. Coow mo.
L. H. KIEST - DOUGLAS
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? 1 Wlwn you wont > ?
! Hardware, Stoves, Fumi- !!
! ture, Carpets, Linoleum, !
' Sashes, Guns, Electric Sup- 1
! plies. Trunks, Suit Cases,
' China ware. Paints and Oils !
m?
Julius Jensen :;
? i Pousl- ;
BUNNELL HAS BIG
MEETING AT CORDOVA
CORDOVA. Sept. 4. ? Charles E.
Bunnell. Democratic nominee for Dele-j
gnto to Congress, spoke to more than;
200 voters at the Empress theatre
In this city last night, and was given
an enthusiastic reception.
Mr. Bunnell devoted his attention
to the policies of the Wilson adminis
tration. which he endorsed emphatl-'
cally,-and to the Democratic Terrltor-i
lal platform. His address was fre
quently punctuated with applause.
No personalities were indulged in
by Mr. Bunnell, and he made many
friends^ It is confidently believed that
he will carry this city and this dis
trict. !
Mr. Bunnell left this morning for
Chltlna. McCarthy and Kennecott.
where he will hold meetings. He will
then leave Chitina for Fairbanks via
Sheldon's automobile stage.
JUNEAU MAN BRINGS
3RIDE HOME TODAY
Clarence E. Cartwright. employed
with B. M. Behrends company, re
turned with his bride on the City of
Seattle this morning. They were mar
-ied In Seattle last Sunday. Mrs.
Cartwright was formerly Miss Edna
TMtoa. daughter of an old family of
Seattle.
Mr and Mrs. Cartwright will estab
Vs'a tlu-ir home in the Nelson apart
ments for the present.
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DEMOCRATIC CLUB
MEETING CALLED
A meeting of the Juneau Democratic
| club is hereby called to meet In Dem
t ocratic headquarters, Rooms 1$ and
19. Valentine Building, at S p. m., Sat
urday. Sept. 5. for the purpose of con
fering with the Juneau delegation to
the Democratic Divisional conven
tion which meets Monday. Sept. 7.
J. R. WINN, President.
IMMIGRATION INSPECTOR HERF.
D. Maskevlcsius. United States in
spector in charge of immigration of
Alaska, with headquarters in Ketchi
kan. arrived In Juneau on official bus
iness and will remain here two or
three days.
LABOR DAY CLOSING.
The Chas. Goldstein Department
store will close all day Monday, SoptJ
"th. Labor Day. m.. ^3..^
\.hy go ou'-t|iego ,^1,^. dnys??just
"r. -x>o. the Juneau Drug Co., the
store that has what you want when
you want it. Wo deliver immediate
ly. 9-4-2t.
I They Have Arrived
RAIN HATS RAIN COATS I
FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN
MRS. BERRY'S STORE SERar
I GROCERIES I
I MEN'S GOODS j
f I M. J. O'CONNOR Douglas I
1 Douglas Opera House Hotel In Connection ?
We serve the BEST BEER ? Hlacc
in Douglas for . . . d VJldbo
FREE MOVINC PICTURES EVERY NIGHT 3!
? The Bent of Wines, Liquors and Cigars <3
t FETE ROLANDO, Prop, Douglas, Alaska 3.
Watches'! Howard, waltham
VV a ILllCo . I HAMILTON
$1.00 to $350 Each EQUITY and INGERSOL
An Elgin 16-size, Seven Jewels, Nickel Case at
85.50
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, Records of all makes. Sheet Music,
3 Stores J
Juneau Music House
J. P. L. GRAVES, Mgr.
REXALL DRUG STORE FRONT STREET DRUG STORE
Douglas. Alaska. Douglas, Alaska.
ELMER E. SMITH, Prop. f
VILLA AND CARRANZA
ARE NOT FRIENDLY
WASHINGTON, Sept. 4.?The re
port of Paul Fuller, the New York
lawyer sent to Mexico to interview
Villa, is In substance, that Villa is
not loyal to Gen. Carranza, the new
provisional President. He beliovos
that an open revolt Is inevitable un
less Carranza meets Villa half way,
and he is being urged to do so. Villa's
army is still under arms.
CAN ISSUE THROUGH
BILLS TO EUROPE
NEW YORK. Sept. 4.?The embargo
against shipment of freight from inter
ior points to the seaboard for export
on through bills-of lading which the
principal trunk line railroads running
iuto Now York put into effect last
month hare been lifted.
NEW YORK MAY HAVE
TO PAY BIG INTEREST
NEW YORK, Sopt. 4.?There is talk
in New York of raising a city loan of
$120,000,000, maturing serially in one,
two nud three years, to meet its obli
gations which fall duo betwoen now
and. the middle of January.
NO COMMUNICATION
POSSIBLE WITH KIAOCHOU
NEW YORK. Sept. 4.--Communlca
ionti have been cut with Tslngtau,
and no news can be received concern
ing the operations of the Japanese and
their allies at Klaochou.
ONE BIG STEAMSHIP
BECOMES AN AMERICAN
WASHINGTON. Sept. 4.?Steamship
Oceana, owned by the Delaware-Hud
son Steamship Co., and previously un
der the British flag, has become an
American ship.
ERAZIL ISSUES MILLIONS
IN PAPER MONEY
RIO JANEIRO. SepL 4.?Brazil has
authorized the issue of J133.250.000 pa
per money.
NETHERLANDS ALSO
NEED SOME MONEY
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ARMSTERDAM. Sept. 4. ?Holland
is preparing to float a loan of at least
100,000,000 florins, which will be rais
ed on credit.
IN SEWARD DISTRICT
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SEWARD. Aug. 30.?John Steven
sen, who has been in the Moose Pass
district for the past month returned
to Seward last night on the car and
is loud in his praise of that section
as a quartz district. Mr. Stevensen
has been spending most of his time
on the Gllpatrick and Baughman prop
erties and doing some prospecting on
his own account. He says that Gll
patrick has some of the best quartz
that has ever been uncovered in this
country in sight and has a sample of
quartz that he selected from a quan
tity of pay ore that is being sacked,
that Is simply gold plated. Some of
the decomposed quartz taken from
the same place pan as high as two
dollars to the pan and quartz has been
discovered oh the Baughman property
that will run as well. Gllpatrick is
opening an arrasatre and is doing
well. The ore he Is handling Is run
nid? into figures that stamps it as |
very high grade, indeed. ? Seward
Gateway.
1 FAIRBANKS PLACER MINES
PRODUCE GOOD OUTPUT
j FAIRBANKS. Aug. 15.?"They are
I now cleaning up on Pedro and Twin
| creeks." said R. M. Brown upon his
return from the creeks a day or two
ago. "All the dead work has been
done and from now on they will be
hoisting pay from McPiko's at No. 1,
Goldstream, to the head of the creeks.
The operators have plenty of water
and it is merely a question of running
the dirt through the boxes. Every
body is employing all the men they
can use conveniently and day and
night shifts are working in most
places. AI. Hilty, on Discovery,
Cleary, is employing the largest crew,
and they are working day and night
in the opencut work. Times are live
ly at Cleary and Chatan^ka and I look
for a good season's production from
what I heard everywhere they are
working on tho creeks."?Fairbanks
News-Miner.
FAIRBANKS BEGINS TO
THINK OF WINTER
Just a few minutes ago, the peo
ple of Fairbanks wero sitting along
the banks of the Chena slough watch
ing the Ice go out?today they are
told to take the camphor balls out
of their coats and prepare for a
long winter, for soon tho last boats
of the season will "went"
The White Pass route wires its i
local agent this morning that the
last boat of the season via St. i
Michael will leave Seattle on August ]
23rd?eleven days hence, and the last 1
boat of (he season via Skagway will ]
leave Seattle September 10th?less .
than a month from today.?Fairbanks i
News-Miner. 1
DRUGS of QUALITY, of people of
QUALITY at tho store of QUALITY? I
The Juneau.Drug Co.. 107 Front St., 1
opposite Alaskan hotel. Phone 250.? 1
M-2t. i
Dr. Bevis office is in the offices
'ormerly occupied by Dr. J. K. Simp- t
ion on Second St. 9-2-6t h
1
Deputy Marshal W. D. Grant arrived
rom Wrangell this morning on official
'usiness.
Boy's School Suits I
In both Knee Pants
and Long Pants
To Close Out at Less than
::
12 Price
;; place i /ft/) v i place i!
ii?RDERS| jORDERSj!
| early | ^0^^NEmALASKR. j early j|
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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, Sept 4.?Miss Minnie E.;
Molloy, principal of the Douglas
schools for the coming year, arrived
on the Alameda last niglit.
AT THE LYRIC TONIGHT.
DOUGLAS, Sept. 4. ? Tonight the
following four excellent reels of pic
tures wilT be shown at the Lyric:
"Help a Blind Veteran"?a pathetic
story of how a waif brought Joy to the
hearts of two poor, unfortunato old
people, and how she effected a happy
reunion.
"The Message of the Flowers," fea
turing new Majestic stars, the story
of a romantic girl and the gardeners
true love for her.
"After the Massacre," one of those
interesting dramas, depicting the ter
rible agony and fear of being lost In
the wilderness.
"The Masquoraders," a comedy, and
"How They Fooled the Troublesomo
Couqy and Anally won mamma's
consent.
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? TREADWELL NOTES +
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TREADWELL, Sept 4.?Mrs. Phil
ip Bradley and Philip Bradley, Jr.,
wife and son of superintendent Brad
ley of the Treadwell mines, arrived
on the City of Seattle this morning
and are moving into the superintend
ent's house, recently vacated by R. A.
Kinzic and family^
The City of Seattle arrived at Troad
well at 9 o'clock this morning and left
for Juneau at 10.
LEAVING ON SOPHIA.
The following took passage on the
Princess Sophia for the South this
morning: Alfred Kyle, Mrs. Walker,
Mrs. C. K. Gilbert. Robert Hall, Ar
thur Carter, J. Webster, Thomas Kiel,
Ed. Walsh, Charles Donaldson. C. D.
Bowman, Prank McCoy, Roland Will
iams, E. A. Elliott, Victor A. Wood,
1. P. Pugh, J. S. King, Oscar Gustaf
son. A. Kilvoll, John Folsom, Mary
Harrington.
Augustine & Keyor's chocolates? 1
'resh?Just recoived, at the Juneau '
^rug Co., 107 Front St The store that
las what you want when you want '
t ' 9-4-2t. 1
"2 5 0" is the tolephono number of !
he Juneau Drug Co., the store >fl&t 1
ias what you want when you want it,
07 Front St. 9-4-2t. (
Cameras and photo supplies at the f
uneau Drug Co., 107 Front St 9-4-2t v
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W^' DUCK SEASON IS NOW OPEN
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Douglas Hardware Store "Winchester
Telephone 55 J. S. MINKOVE Accuracy"
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? MARINE NOTES +
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Tho Al-KI ..Is expected from the
south tonight.
The Mariposa is expected from the
Westward tomorrow night or Sunday
morning.
The Georgia will arrive from Sitka
tomorrow and sail for Skagway at
12:01 n. m. Sunday.
The Jefferson sails from Seattle to
night.
The Princess Sophia sailed south
this morning.
The Thomas J. Wand arrived this
morning.
Tho Edith is expected hourly
MANY ARRIVE ON ALAMEDA.
The Alameda arrived from the south
last night enroute to the Westward
with fairly good passenger lists for
all points and an oxtra heavy list for
Skagway. The following were for
Juneau from Seattle?Mrs. C. C. Corn
wall, Oscar Engstrom, Mrs. J. H. Guf
fy, Oscar Gustafsun, Mina Josephine
Kerts, Miss C. Kuykcndall. Mrs. L.
McKInnon, Miss Minnie Molloy, Ed.
Olson and wife, Miss Shaffer, Geo. B.
Smith, Miss Sturrcck, Mrs. Wlrtmnn
and children, Joseph Whalon, and two
second* class. Prom Wrangell?C. R.
Chadwick, William Ferguson.
CITY OF SEATTLE ARRIVALS.
The City of Seattle arrived from the
South this morning with the following
passengers for Gastlneau channel
towns: For Juneau?Miss Crystal B.
Snow, C. E. Carthwright and wife, J.
W. Thatcher and wife, Miss Blanche
Dyer, R. H. Miller, Mrs. Hazel R. Mil
ler, George Mellott, William Bagnole
and wife, A. F. Alleut, H. Knudson;
for Douglas?Mrs. Anderson, Dorothy
Anderson, Mrs. Mabel H. Bradley,
Phillip Reid Bradley, Henry H. Brad
ley and two second class.
LEAVE ON ALAMEDA.
The following passengers took pas
sage on the Alameda which sailed for
the Westward lost night: For Skag
way?Jack Lion, Frank OJa, H. M.
Eraser, Oscar Anderson, E. McBrayne,
Mrs. Grennar, soveral second-class;
'or Valdez?Mrs. M. E. Llttlejohn; for
3eward?R. H. Flemmlng and Oscar
-arson.
For service, quality and price, come
o the Juneau Drug Co.?The store
hat has what you want when you
van i.t?107 Front St. 9-4-2t. 1
f COURT HOUSE BRIEFS *
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The Gonzales assault case was al
most ready to go to the Jury at 12
o'clock today.
Elizabeth Decker has (lied suit In
tho district court against Mike Koske,
et al for restitution of premises and
to recover damages amounting to $500.
The action iuvolves title to a strip of
lnnd 5 feet by 100 feet In lot 1, block
104, Town of Juneau.
Martha Sarkkln'ncn has filed suit for
divorco against her husband, Heino,
alleging drunkenness and cruelty. The
couple were married in Finland in
1908 and havo no children.
BUILDING ON MERIT.
We are fitted with the most mod
ern apparatus for testing sight.
Add to this equipment a thorough
knowledge of the eye, gained by years
of study and experience in fitting
glasses."-We claim your consideration
on merit.
ALASKA OPTICAL CO.
(Opposite Alaska Supply.)
"BATTLE OF WATERLOO"
PLEASES JUNEAU AUDIENCE
"The Battlo of Waterloo" made a
great hit with the audience in Juneau
theatre last night, presented as a pho
to* drama. It was very realistic, and
spectacular. The dramatic interest
Is maintained and reproduced with a
fidelity that is remarkable. All of
the main features of the great histori
cal ovent are displayed on the pano
ramic field, true to life. The story
which requires five rolls of film to tell '<
will bo repeated tonight and again to- ;
morrow night. <
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All Fronch q^id German toilet art!- <
cles and perfumes at "before-tho-war" _
prices, Juneau Drug Co., 107 Front
St., the store that h>s what you
want when you want it. 9-4-2t
Fountain pens of all the best makes,
at the Juneau Drug Co., 107 Front St.
?9-4-2t.
"SIMON PORE" Leaf Lard I
Maizes Rich Crisp Pastry 1
THE HEGG::
; ; CAPT. P. MADSEN ;;
!! Leaves C. W. Young Co.'s ! !
? ? float every Monday for Kake ? ?
[ | and way ports. Carries mall, J J
.. passengers and freight . .
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ARCTIC BROTHERHOOD.
Juneau Camp, No. 31, moots
every Tuesday night at eight
o'clock at Moose hall.
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C W. WINSTEDT
ARCHITECT
' SUPERINTENDENT
Sketches Free
Office, Room 7, Garsldo Block
Juneau, Alaska.
MRS. ALBERT PERRY
Art Embroideries, Linens and
Supplies, Stamping Designing.
Switches, Pomps, Curls, Ete.,
made to order.
THE VOGUE, 317 Seward SL
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Is the Time to have that ;;
Suit Cleaned and Pressed. ;;
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We call for and deliver < ?
All Work ;;
Dahl & Wahlberg |
D Street, Dougla* Phone *'
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r L. G Thomas Merl F. Thomas < ?
? Alaska Furnitare 8 Undertaking <?
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I Funeral Directors & Fmbalmers <'
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' Douglas Alaska < >
HUNTER HOTEL
DOUGLAS, ALASKA
Strictly Finjt-Class. Always
on Hand: Choice Wines, Liquors
and Cigars. Our Specialty
Mixed Drinks.
Front St,, opp. Ferry Landing j
B. CONRAD, Prop.
RUDOLPH BLAHUT. Manager j
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer
On Draught I

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