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The Alaska daily empire. [volume] (Juneau, Alaska) 1912-1926, September 07, 1914, Image 6

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PLUMBING and
SHEET METAL WORKS
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: Up-to-Date Tailoring |
X* 10 p?r cvnt 'lUcount on all ? 1
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X ST. ANN AVE. DOUGLAS ? ^
HUNTER HOTEL
AMUSEMENT PARLORS
Spent yuttr Wwn tint* play ins pool
and Miliaria. Vm a.a always weiccuie.
Coroo aee me.
L. H. KIEST ? DOUGLAS
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" 1 When you want ? '
! Hardware, Stoves, Furni- !!
'' ture, Carpets, Linoleum, !
! Sashes, Guns, Electric Sup- 1
! plies. Trunks, Suit Cases, !!
I China ware, Paints and Oils !!
:: Julius Jensen::
? > Douglas Alaska , ,
"... iluuo Hover. wife of the Tyee
P:>. dealer, engaged passage for the
South on the Al-Kl sailing today.
WICKERSHAM SAYS J
BILL NOT GOOD
WASHINGTON. Sept 7.?The Alas
ka coal land leasing bill that passed 1
Che House of Representatives Satur- '
Jay provides for the leasing of Alaska ,
coal lands for a period of years, the
government to get two cents a ton J
royalty for all the coal mined.
Delegate James Wlckorsham. of Al
aska. is displeased with the bill, and
-iays he believes there will not be a |
single entry of coal land made under
It. but that It can be tried while the
government Is building a railroad In
Alaska that will make It available,
and If it does not work out, it can be
amended.
Senate Will Try to Change Bill.
It is said that Senator Key Pittman,
Senator George E. Chamberlain, and
other Senators will endeavor to se
cure several amendments to the bill
which will improve it
Wlckersham on Way to Alaska.
Delegate Wlckersham left Wash
ington for Alaska immediately after
the passage of the coal leasing bill
ty the House.
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?> NORTH SEA MINE BLOWS +
UP BRITISH CRUISER *
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? LONDON. Sept. 7?The Brit- *
? ish cruiser Pathfinder was +
+ blown up by a mine in the *
? North sea. The paymaster was +
? killed, and the commander and +
?> six junior and two petty ofli- *
?> cers are missing. +
?> The Pathfinder was a small +
? cruiser of 2940 tons, armed + '
?fr with ten 12-pounders. She +
4> was built in 1905. +
? -i
+ PASSENGER SHIP BLOWN +
? UP. +
? ?
> LONDON. Sept. 7.?The Wll- +
* son passenger liner Runo, with ?
> 600 passengers on board, was +
*? blown up by a mine in the ?
4 North sea. Twenty lives were +
? lost. +
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BIG GAME HUNTERS I
COMING ON JEFFERSON
j Carl Casey and a party of big
??tame hunters will arrive on the Jef
; (erson for the purpose of devoting
! some weeks to the sport in this sec
i rion of Alaska. Arrangements have
i been made to secure Capt. E. D. Beat
| tie and the Grubstake II to transport
jthern from PoJr\i-Vy aF"condl
j\ ious warrant.
YOUNG WOMAN ? wishes work
whore she can go home evenings. Mrs.
| Bezzio, Gen. Del., Juneau. 9-7-3tj
They Have Arrived
RAIN HATS RAIN CO All I
FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN
MRS. BERRY'S STORE
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GROCERIES
I MEN'S GOODS
M. J. O'CONNOR Douglas J
f Douglas Opera House Hotel In Connection J
We serve the BEST BEER ? fllocc ;;
. to Douglas for . . . DC a \jia?S 2
X FREE MOVING PICTURES EVERY NIGHT ,,
* The Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars , >
X I ETE ROLANDO, Prop. Douglas, Alaska {!
Wa tches!!
$1.00 to $350 Each
I HOWARD, WALTHAM
a aH, H\ MILTON
EQUITY and INGERSOL
An Eigin 16-size, Seven Jewels, Nickel Case at
So.oO
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
Juneau Music House
J. P. L. GRAVES, Mgr.
REXALL DRUG STORE FRONT STREET DRUG STORE
Douglas, Alaska. Douglas, Alaska. 1
ELMER E. SMITH, Prop. ?
IUNEAU OBSERVES
JABOR DAY
Labor Day ta being universally ob
served by the people of Juneau today
jxcept those who are compelled by
circumstance to work or attend to af
fairs. Business houses generally were
closed all day and a small number
having special lines of business
kept open a portion of the day. All
of the Federal and Terltorial offices
observed the day, including the dis
trict court. The only evidence of la
bor of any consequence Is among the
Democratic delegations who are gath
ered In Juneau for the purpose of
naming a Democratic legislative tick
et.
Grand Ball In Evening.
The holiday will be celebrated this
evening by a grand ball in Jaxon'a
rink which Is being given by the Ju
neau baud. Great preparations have
boen made tor this event and there Is
every evidence that a tremendous
crowd will bo In attendance. An ex
cellent orchestra under the able di
rection of Prof Sumpf has been en
gaged to furnish music, and members
of the band will serve on the variouB
committees to the end that all who are
present will enjoy themselves. A spe
cial ferry esrvlce hns been engaged
to enrry the people of Douglas. Tread
well, and Thane home after the ball
's over. This ferry will leave Juneau
at 12:30.
EXTRA TAX TO
FALL ON LIQUOR
- WASHINGTON, Sept. 7?The Dem
ocratic members of the House ways
and means committee have virtually
agreed upon the commodles that are
susceptible of taxation for the-pur
pose of producing the additional rev
enues that will be required by the
government on account of the re
ductions due from the decrease in
importations on account of the war
in Europe.
It is prosposed that there shall bo
levied a tax of 50 cents a barrel on
beer, two cents a gallon on domestic
wines, a tax on all proprietary medi
cines, distilled liquors and all soft
drinks.
CANADIANS FIRE
ON JACKLING YACHf
SEATTLE, Sept^ "^-XclegramB re
!rC?-San Francisco say that
the yacht, Cyprus, owned by Col. D.
C. Jackllng, the Alaska g&ld mine op
erator, was fired upon from the Vic
toria fortifications when sho tried to
enter Esqulmalt without first having
secured the consent of the Admiralty.
I Afterward the yacht was' petmlttcd
to dock, and her officers wore dined
at the navy yard. The yacht then
proceeded to San Francisco.
BENEDICT XV IS
CROWNED POPE
HOME, Sept. 7.?The coronation of
Pope Benedict XV occurred yesterday
In the Slstine chapel. Later the Pope
received American Cardinals Qlbbons,
Farley and O'Connell la private audi
ence.
The Pope will hold hlB first consis
tory tomorrow, when, It Is Bald, two
now cardinals will be announced.
"STAR SPANGLED BANNER"
CELEBRATION BEGINS
BALTIMORE. Md? Sept. 7. ? The
festival in celebration of the centenlal
of the American National Anthem,
"The Star Spangled Banner," and of
the defense of Baltimore against the
British land and naval force during
the War of 1812, was begun here Sat
urday. It will continue for a week.
COMING AND GOING ON
THE STEAMER AL-KI
The following passengers arrived on
the Al-Kl yesterday: Mrs. Sam En
och, Mrs. M. ParlBh, Doris Parish, Er
wln Parish, G. Collins, Mrs. Colllnp,
Mrs. W. F. Britton, W. H. Harrison,
Mrs. H. Treadcroft, B. Huff, Max Ruth,
S. W. Skarvoog, M. Benson and W.
Katoll.
Departing for the South this after
noon the following named enagged
passage from Juneau: Mrs. Mark Sa
bln, Charles Sabln, Alex Nystrom, J.
\V. Acklen, Miss Helen S. Blackwell,
Mrs. Huno Hoyer, Mrs. Dunhan, Fred
Cummins, G. C. Richards, Mrs. Rich
ards, Arthur Richards, Harry Slebart,
A. Bruggeman. Arthur Dahlgren, and
seven from Douglas.
Beside the above the entire cannery
crew from the Hoonah cannery Is be
ing taken to Seattle.
HOUSE OF GOOD SHOWS.
The Orpheum was packed to the
door last night by the amusement-lov
ing public to witness the usual good
Sunday night show. The management
has spared no expense to make this
popular little play house the most at
tractive in Juneau and has recently
secured somo excellent feature which
will be shown twice a week. Feature
days will be Tuesday and Wednosday,
Thursday and Friday. Our features
are all licensed plays and are from
tho General Film Co., from whom we
have the exclusive right Tonight the )
same show as last night and includes i
Pathe Weekly, "A Race to New York."
being tho 11th of the What Happened
to Marry series Entire change tomor
row night with the two-reel feature? 1
"The Battle for Freedom." ??? !
FOR RENT?three partly furnish
sd rooms with bath. Terms moderate. 1
3ee Hugh Tracy. 9-7-flt '
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?> ALASKA DiAlLY EMPIRE +
+ Douglas Branch +
+ M. A. SNOW. Manager +
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DOUGLAS, '?fept. 7.?-Mlas Boyle,
one of the teachers of the Douglas
public Bchool, arrived from her home
In Cordova on the Mariposa last night.
James Bullard, an old timer In the
North, has arrived on the Island, and
Is helping- on the interior finishings
of the Island Hotel.
Hereafter the meetings of the Al
aska Labor Union will be held on
Tuesday evenings instead of Friday
evenings as has been the custom in
the past.
Today being Labor Day, the Cath
ollo Parochial school Is having a holi
day.
BIG THREE REEL FEATURE
AT LYRIC THEATRE TONIGHT
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DOUGLAS, Sept. 7.?A three-reel
feature of more than ordinary inter
est will be shown at the Lyric tonight.
The title of the -picture is the "Bawler
out" and is the story of a woman who
is employed by the loan sharks for
the purposo of 'exposing those who
refuse to pay the interest or principal
on a loan.
Another excellent picture will bo I
the "King'B Officer."
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+ +
+ TREADWELL NOTES. +
+ +
TREADWELL. Sept 7.?Tonight is
regular bowling night at the Club.
A store house (or materials to be
used In the construction of the addi
tion to the power plant has been built
on the edge of the building site.
Mrs. David Landsberg arrived from
the Sitka Hot Springs on the last trip
of the Georgia.
"Stub" Kerry left last night on the
Mariposa for Seattle where he will
resume his studies at tho University.
GEORGIA BRINGS MANY.
Tho Georgia arriving from Sitka
and wayports brought the following
passengers for Juneau: Prom Sitka
?Mrs. R. R. Welch, Mildred Welch,
T. G. Davis, T. P. McGraw, Mike An
Ich, O. M. Kettleby, Mrs. D. Abrams,
Henry States, C. M. McGrath; from
Sitka Hot Springs?Mrs. W. E. No
well and children, Mrs. D. Lansborg;
from Tenakee?A. B. Clark, Mrs.
Clark, Miss Carter; from Gypsum?
Albert Montarl, John Perlain, James
Pitt; from Excursion Inlet ? Fred
Monet; from Punter?J. N. Steffgen,
T. P. Shaw, Michael Dawson.
Mrs. Mark Sabin and sons. Harry
and Charles, took passage on tho Al
Ki today for Seattle. From Seattle
they will proceed to Portland where
the boys will attond school this wlntor.
Miss Helen S. Blackwell is a pas
senger aboard the Al-KI enroute to 1
Seattle. ? i
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Girl wanted for genera! house work. <
dre. Jas. Daniels, 75C The Pines,
freadwell. ^ ' 9-7-81
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In both Knee Pants
and Long Pants
To Close Out at Less than
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j ORDERS | I
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DUCK SEASON IS NOW OPEN
Douglas Hardware Store "Winchester
Telephone 55 J. S. MINKOVE Accuracy''
WHORF DEFENDING COAL .
PROPERTY IN ALASKA
?.j.?
SEATTLE, Sept. 7? E. O. Whorf,
of Alaska, secured a temporary re
straining order Saturday to prevent
the executors of the estato of the late
Julius Redelshelmer from ousting him
from the control' of the stock of which
he ayers was entrusted to Redelshel
mer only temporarily.
CHARLES W. CARTER
WINS TRUESDELL MEDAL
Former Mayor Charles W. Carter is
wearing a good natured smile and the
Tniesdoll medal this morning as a re
sult of his good shooting on the Jun
eau Gun club range at the regular
Sunday shoot hold yesterday. Ho won
on a score of 21 against Lynch's 20
in the shoot-off following a tie at 25
In which Carter had a handicap of 4
and Lynch 2.
Other good scores wero as follows:
Carrlgan 24, handicap 5; Waldron 17,
handicap 4; Bishop 19, handicap 10;
McBride 21, handicap 5; Fisher 19,
handicap 1; King 15, handicap 2.
LEAVING ON MARIPOSA.
The following took passage on the
MarlpoBa leaving for the South this
morning: For Seattle?Frank H. Pago,
W. W. Casey, Jr., E. R. Wilcox, Mrs.
D. O. Abrams, J. Karsner, Antone
Holdre, Nols Leo, Miss N. Blomquist,
Harold Klvog, John Dougherty, W.
Hartwcll, Thomas S. Cole, Ralph E.
Healy and Mrs. Healy, E. L. Thomp
son, Tracy Hope and Mrs. Hope: for
Wrangell?N. Carl, H. G. Shaw; for
Ketchikan ? Hans Reitor, John W.
Stcdman.
NON-PARTISAN HEADQUARTERS |
SECURED IN DECKEF? BLDG.
The non-partisan central committee
has engaged rooms In the Decker
building which will become headquar
ters for the present campaign which
is to be directed from Juneau.
? ? ? .
BUILDING ON MERIT.
?<*?
Wo are fitted with tho most mod
ern apparatus for testing sight
Add to this equipment a thorough
knowledge of the eye. gained by years
)t study and experience in fitting
glasses. We claim your consideration
>n merit.
ALASKA OPTICAL CO.
(Opposite Alaska Supply.)
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* MARINE NOTES 4
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The J. B. Stetson Is expected to ar
rive from the South at midnight and
will sail on return trip before noon
tomorrow.
The Al-KI was scheduled to sail for
the South.this afternoon.
Tho Jefferson is expected from the
South tomorrow.
The Princess May is expected from
tho South tomorrow.
The Admiral Evans sails from Se
attle tomorrow.
Tho City of Seattlo sailed for the
South last night.
The Mariposa sailed for the South
this morning.
The Humboldt sails from Seattle to
morrow.
SPECIAL FERRY TONIGHT.
There will be a special ferry leav^
ing Juneau at 12:45 tonight to acconv
modato those who celebrate Labor
Day in Juneau from neighboring cities.
The special trip will Include Douglas,
Treadwell and Thane.
I */frmours I
I "SIMON PURE" Leal Lard I
? Maizes Rich Crisp Pastry fl
I William Pallisler, M.D., Seattle
Specialist in the treatment of
diseases and deformities of the
eye, enr, nose and throat.
Main Street, JUNEAU
Off lea with Dr. 3lo*nt. Mornings Only
?weapm ii'lllll ll?IIWIIMllMl
B. D. STEWART
MINING ENGINEER
U. 8. MINERAL 8URVEY0R
P. O. Bdx *88 - - ? Juroau
Peerless Bakery
Bakers of Fine Pastry of all
kinds. Only the best of mater
ial used. Try the Peerless brand.
Its quality insures Its continuous
use. ? ? + <? + +
PEERLESS BAKERY
(Formerly Lempke's)
THEO. HEYDER, Propr.
125 Front St Phone 222
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THE HEGG::
; CAPT. P. MAD3EN J ;
, I! Leaves C. W. Young Co.'? , !
< ? float every Monday for Kake 1 ?
| ; and way porta. Carries mall, J |
! ! passengers and freight . >
1 In iiiiiiiiiiT
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ARCTIC BROTHERHOOD. |
Juneau Camp, No. 31, meets .
every Tuesday night at eight
o'clock at Moose hall.
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C W. WINSTEDT
ARCHITECT
SUPERINTENDENT
Sketches Free
Office, Room 7, Qartlde Block
Juneau, Alaska.
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MRS. ALBERT BERRY
Art Embroideries, Linens and
Supplies, Stamping Designing.
Switches, Pomps, Curls, Ete.,
made to order.
THE VOGUE, 317 Seward St.
+
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Is the Time to have that
Suit Cleaned and Pressed. ^
We call for and deliver < ?
All Work 11
Dahl & Wahlberg ij
D Street, Douglas Phone <>
L. G Thomas Merl F. Thomas < >
Alaska Furniture 8 Undertaking 3 I
Co., Inc. < i
Funeral Directors & Fmbalmers 3 3
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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. M*nu*er J
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer
On Draught
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