Newspaper Page Text
Hi ?t-s-r irlllllllllllllt ?
j DR. H. VANCE i\t Tn* i ? :: OSTEOPATH !!* 3 and 9 Malony Bldg. + < > Co?i>.Uat'on arid Examination 4. | ^ .1 rrw. Phono 292. 1 > . American School of X ? J ) Oite?|MtAy. Itirkevllle, Mo. T /ear*' active practice. + O^ce nourv 4 to 12 m. 1 to 5 1 J a * .t by appointment. ' T A I HH I I M I II I 1 I I I H II I II n I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ? ? I t I; For a hat to order or a ;; ;; ready to wear hat, ;; ? a Chic-modeled ' s ' Gown ;; embroidered chiffons, nets ;; E ;; for Spanish tunics, call at ;; j; Mrs. F. A. Stevens ? j c 308 Third Street . , ; f ... ......... 1 . 1 ? t I: ?'?i' 'I''?????iMi ! Peerless Bakery | taker* of Ktno Pastry of *11 kinds. Only the best of mater ial used. Try the Peerless brand. Its Quality Insures its continuous 1 a-te ??? + ? + *? PEERLESS BAKERY (Formerly Lempke's) THEO. HEYDER. Propr. 12S Front St Phone 222 - ??? < HH UI > i ? M I I I I I Ml ' < > When you want < > j ' J Hardware. Stoves. Furni- I ! j ( * ture, Carpets, Linoleum, j ' Sashes, Guns, Electric Sup- ) ! plies. Trunks, Suit Cases, t Chinaware, Paints and Oils !! ^ w mr ? |* k X Julius Jensen: ; t Douglas Alaska . . ?t 11 n i n H m 111 I li 11 I 11' i G. K. GILBERT PLUMBING and I SHEET METAL WORKS ?21 Front St. Phone 35* '[ !: B. D. STEWART J ? -iNG ENGINEER u s MINERAL surveyor j 1 U 8o? ?? -? - ? Juneau .. _________ MARINE NOTES * t ! at The Mariposa is expected from the an cuth at 8:30 tonight. T1 The Princess Sophia is expected 00 pom the South this evening. ha The Admiral Watson sails from Se- le ttle tonight The AI-K1 sailed from Seattle last ' ight. Tho Georgia sails for Sitka at 12:01 . m. tomorrow. Tho City of Seattle is scheduled to ail south Friday morning. V( The revenue cutter McCulloch sailed at outh yesterday. - - - - w tUNNELL HAVING GREAT tr SUCCESS WITH MEETINGS U| Charles E. Bunnell. Democratic 0) andidato for delegate to congress C( rom Alaska, met with great success j,, n the towns of the Third Division, the u, ectton where his own home Is locat- 3. id. Recently he spoke to a large m ludlence In both McCarthy's and Kon- p( ilcott, according to letters received n the !art mall and at both places the |a >eop!o wrre enthusiastic for blm. He V| vas to speak at Chitina according to n he letter and then leave at once for t( Fairbanks. j I - HUNO HOYER IN TOWN. Huno Hoycr, manager of the Van syssel Packing company, operating a f mild curing plant at Tyee. arrived In g town Inst night. He came to Juneau " it this time on account of the wreck t sf the company's boat Alert which was I lost last week near Limestone Inlet, d Mr. Hover is delighted to know that 8 :he crew escaped. o JUDGE MILWEE NOW. ? n Samuel Houston .Milwee has beeu a appointed to preside over the U. S. o commissioner's court during the ab \ seuce from the city of Commissioner a T R Mnrshull MRS. PETTINGIL MOVES. <3 * Mrs. Pettlngil has moved her board In* house to the Ebner place at the F corner of Gold and Fourth. When sick, see a doctor. When se- f lectins your millinery, see the lar.t- c rst stock of carefully selected hats In c Alaska, at Mrs. Sherman's, 131 Front t St. phone 264. t mum mm I They Have Arrived j RAIN HATS toats 1 FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN MRS. BERRY'S STORE~ KRANKLIN | J <1 I I !WH. MEW ??^ GROCERIES MEN'S GOODS \ 6 I I M. J. O'CONNOR Douglas j i r t i i; Douglas Opera House Hotel In Connection t j a !! We serve the BEST BEER ?_ _ !! f m Dooglas for . . . & 013.SS !! r' 0 FREE MOVING PICTURES EVERY NIGHT 3! C < > The Beet of Wines, Liquors and Cigars <, c I: 1 ETE ttOLANDO, Prop. Douglas, Alaska V, J 1 ??????>??????????????????#???????????????????<??? d Watches! j $1.00 to $150 Each %An Flflrin 1 Qa?*a. If HOWARD, WALTHAM J i i IN, HAMILTON 2 EQUITY and INGERSOL a j: . I- 1. m:J.J r i c ? ?*? wtgiti AW-aifeG, IJCTCII t/CITCI9| HIUICI V4SC ai S5.50 NEW DESIGNS IN ALASKA JEWELRY PAUL BLOEDHORN, DOUGLAS, ALASKA ' Largest Music House in Alaska Highest Grade Planoe. Piano Player s. Edison Disc Phonographs, Victor and.Columbia Talking Machines. Records of all makes. Sheet Music. 3 Stores Juneau Music Housed J P. L. GRAVES, Mgr. *!? on REXALL DRUG STORE FRONT STREET DRUG STORE Douglas. Alaska. Douglas, Alaska. ELMER E. SMITH, Prop. JNEAU DEMUUKAJiiv CLUB MEETS TONIGHT The Juneau Democratic club meets Democratic headquarters roomB 18 ,d 19. Valentino building tonight, lere Is business of Importance to mc before the meeting and a call ,s bcon Issued requesting a full at ndance. RISON SENTENCES FOR RAISING FOOD PRICE3 District Attorney Pohn J. Reagan is receipt of a circular from the de triment of Justice directing an In istigation into the price of food uffs, and carrying instructions to ask r Indictments whenever the fgcts 111 permit, and to push them to early ial, and upon conviction to insist >on a maximum prison sonfonce. The circular which Is being sent it to the U. S. attorneys of the >untry, after referring to the out ?oak of the European war. says that ider conditions now existing through jt the world, the capitalization of lsfortune and oppression of our own 3ople by the arbltray Increase of te price of food stuffs are so pecul >rly reprehensible that whenever con Ictlons can be obtained, the govern lent should insist upon prison sen snces?no fines or civil remedies are eemed adequate. THE RIVAL ENGINEER8. Tonight the Orphoum will present .vo .strong features In the "Rival En Ineers," a two-reel drama, and the Artist's Great Madonna." In two reels, 'he strong character acters. Rogers .ytton and clever Julia Swayae Gor on. have the leading parts. This Is a tory full of spirit and a picture full f soul. This Is a new venture on he part of the management In run Ing two special features In one night, nd should It meet with the approval f the public may make Tuesday aujl Vednesday double feature nights. In ddltlon to the above a good comedy vill be shown. Don't forget Mary fuller In the three-reel feature, "Mary Ituart," Thursday and Friday. ??? ?ATHER DRATHAM NOW TEACHING IN ST. IGNATIUS Rev. Father Anthony R. Dratham. ormer pastor of the Juneau Catholic hurch. is now stationed In San Fran isco nnd Is teaching In SL Ignatius un verslty at that place. Writing to Oren p. Hill of Juneau, Father Dratham ays that he was aboard the Princess Victoria enroute to Seattle when that esesel rammed the Admiral Samp on. He says that,it was a terrible xperience. "HINGS LOOKING UP IN WINDHAM BAY SECTION City Councilman C. W. Fries, who as Just returned from Windham bay .here he Is developing some gold uartz properties, sayc that things are ooking good in that section. Re ently the Hanson Bros., who have icon prospecting In that soction for omc time uncovered a ledge that ooks very promising. MONEER PROSPECTOR SEEKING ADMISSION Gov. J. F. A. Strong has. received he application of James Graham of ouncil City district. Seward peniu ula, for admission to the Pioneers' lome at Sitka. Graham Is a native f Canton, Ohio. He is 72 years of ge and came to the Nome country i 1901 and has been prospecting and lining in that section ever since. A full line of hair ornaments at Mrs. herman's, 131 Front St, phone 264. THE GUARANTEE. The term guarantee as generally pplled is the Insurance against in srlor merchandise or service. The big lsurance companies do not take Isks, nor does the concern which inducts its business on right prln ipies. When a firm guarantees its roduct or service, it places bohlnd le guarantee its reputation for fair ealings, its knowledge and exper >noe. When you want guaranteed oods and service, come to the Jun au Drug Co., 107 Front St, or phone 50. Immediate delivery. 9-10-3t Kayser's chamolsllk gloves, look nd wear like leather, from 35c to 1.00. at Mrs. Sherman's 131 Front t.. phone 264. Armours I "SIMON PORE" Leaf Lard I Makes Rich Crisp Pastry Jr BUILDING ON MERIT. ( We are fitted with the moat mod- ( n apparatus for testing sight Add to th's equipment a thorough owledge of the eye. gained by years ' study and experience in fitting isses. We claim your consideration merit ALASKA OPTICAL CO. (Opposite Alaska Supply.) 1 A Cash Prize OF S10.00 Is Offered to the Ladies of Gastineau Channel. The "largest department store In Alaska" will soon throw open the doors of its new building to the public, and It Is our desire to adopt some em blem, flag or pennant to place on one , of the larger poles on top of the bluld Ing. This contest will close at noon, Tues day, the 22d, next. Suggestions will be carefully read and the result announced In the dally papers of the 23d 1st. We want all the ladles to send In a suggestion, the more the better. ^Sgsjps^ ^0^qJxjneru,P&ASKR. % , 4 4 * 4 ? 4*4 4 44444+ ? ? ALASKA DATLY EMPIRE 4 4 Douglas Branch 4 ? M. A. SNOW. Munagor ? ??+??????++??*** 444444 4 4 <f;4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 j DOUGLAS >NOTE8. . 4 444444444444444444 ...? ; ^ f ... , | DOUGLAS, Sept. IS.?Yesterday af ternoon, In the poBce magistrate's court Victor Van Arx was fined $50 for using obscene language on the street. "The trial attracted consider able attention .and, ,ijhe case will be appealed to the Federal court In Ju neau. The trouble came up over the refusal of Van Arx to admit City Mar shal Shafer to the house where Ed. Htihsacker klletd himself about a, week ago. Mr. Shafer had accom panied a brother of the dead man to! the place to look over the personal i V ^n A xw nnfiiOA/l Kim Qfl. L'Ut'UlB W UCU Villi AAA tVlUQCU uitu uu mittance In very forcible terms. ^Ibb Mayzelle Moss arrived on the Dolphin from the South and has tak en charge of the 5th and 6th grades in the DouglaB school in place of Miss Olsen. who recently resigned. J. R. Atkinson, formerly with the P. H. Pox establihsment in Douglas, has taken a position with Epsteyn and Gil mour, in Juneau. H. C. McPhettrldge has taken the place with P. H. Fox Co., made va cant by the resignation of J. R. Atkin son. CITY COUNCIL HOLD8 AN INTERESTING SESSION DOUGLAS, Sept. 15.?The Douglas city council held an Interesting and highly satisfactory meeting last night, at which all current bills were paid and other rotxUne business transact ed. The books of L. A. Slain, the asses sor, wore turned over to the council and accepted, and will be on display at the. office of the city clerk until Oc tober 6. 1 This committee on public works re ported that the excavation for the salt water reservoir on the hill is completed and that the work re quired the blasting of a hole seven reet deep and fifty-four foot in diam eter In solid rock. They also report ed that all is In readiness for the in stallation of the steel tank which is iue to arrive on one of the Portland steamers in about a month. -YRIC THEATRE FEATURING : A GREAT TOLSTOI DRAMA DOUGLAS, Sept 15.?Tonight and 1 omorrow night the Lyric manage- < rment will produce the powerful Rus sian drama, "The Living Corpse," a four-reel feature of the Warner Fea ture company. This is given Instead ; of tho picture ndvertised for these d^fes last night, "In the Power of a J Hypnotist," the latter picture baring gone aBtray In transit "The Living Corpse" is a four-reel production nnd"ls ono of the most fa mous stories written by Count" Leo Tolstoi, the great Russian writer. One of the large daily papers in Ban Fran cisco, speaking of this play says: "You can't afford to miss this won derful feature production; it 1b adapt ed from a world's classic, and you owe it to yourself to become familiar with the inspiring philosophy of Tol stoi, the Russian sage. A photoplay that will appeal to those who appre ciate magnificent acting, perfect pho tography and a powerful plot This is a genuine dramatic treat." LAUNDRY TEAM DOGS KILLED BY POISONER DOUGLAS, Sept. 15. ? Last night two of the dogs belonging to the Doug las Laundry delivery team, were pois oned and died within a few minutos near the Douglas postofllce. EfTorts are being made to locate the poisoner today. It was at first thought that the poi soning was by accident, but the fact that another dog belonging to the team has not been seen for the past two days has led to the belief that the poisoner Is doing his work malic iously. **++**+++*+?++*+ + ?' * TREADWELL NOTES + O + TREADWELL, Sept. 1G.?A E. John son, who has been In chargo of sever al of the building operations at Tread well for the past; few months, re signed this morning and his place has been filled by Jnck Miller. A large number of the Elks are making arrangements to go over to Juneau en masse on the 24th of the present month to attend tho Elks' Car nival. The 24th being designated by tho management as Treadwell-Doug las night they will try to send over a record-breaking crowd. A parade is being planned and the Treadwell Douglas Elks are praying for a good day no matter what the weather is on any other day of the Carnival. Tomorrow night the first club dance of tho season will be glvon. RODRIGUEZ ON TRIAL. Pedro Rdoriguez went to trial in tho district court this morning on the sharge of selling liquor to Indians. ***++++++++++++++ + * + PERSONAL MENTION * * + Mrs. Jules B. Caro and son, Bert, are expected to arrive home on the Princess Sophia from a trip to Van couver anR Seattle. While South Mrs. Caro established Miss Georgia Caro in a finishing school at Vancouver. Rev. George M. Bailey has engaged passage for Hoonah on the Georgia, leaving Juneau tomorrow morning. J. E. Moulton, Alaska representa tive for tho Seattle Hardware com pany, will leave for Sitka on tho Geor gia. Charles M. McGrath, well known Sitka merchant and Democratic nom inee for the Alaska legislature, will leave for his home on tho Georgia to morrow. Oak Olson, Alaska representative for Schwabacher Bros., has engaged passage for Sitka on the Georgia. Joe Meherln, Alaska representa tive for Folgor's coffees, will leave for Sitka on tho Georgia. Mrs. A. E. Harris, wife of the Al aska representative of the "Milwau kee" is a passenger aboard the Mar iposa enroute to Skagway to visit with her aunt, Mrs. W. A. Norton wife of the Skagway assistant agent of the White PaBB and Yukon. Phillip G. Funke, manager of the Alaska Oil and Guano company who has been In Juneau for the past few days on business will leave on the Georgia for Killisnoo. -? | ARCTIC BROTHERHOOD. | Juneau Camp, No. 31, meet* | every Tuesday night at eight j o'clock at Moose hall. <? ? C W. WINSTEDT ARCHITECT SUPERINTENDENT Sketches Free Office, Room ?, Garslde Block Juneau, Alaska. +?? -+ MRS. ALBERT BERRY Art Embroideries. Linens and Supplies, Stamping Designing. Switches, Pomps, Curls; Ete., made to order. j THE VOGUE, 317 Seward St. * + HUNTER HOTEL AMUSEMENT PARLORS Spend your Icamura time playing pool and billiard:). Yon arc always welcome. Come see me. U H. KIEST - DOUGLAS MILYECARLONE o | UNTIL Oct. 1st j; | All Orders for Overcoats ;| t will recieve a 10$ discount \\ For further Particulars See Our Show Window Satis/action Guaranteed I DOUGLAS Hardware Store *3 We have a Fine Line of J; 3\Detmer Woolens^ 3 3 and are Prepared to DO 33 33 FIRST-CLASS Tailoring on 13 !! the Latest Fall and Winter 33. 3 3 Models 3' i Dahl & Wahlberg: '' D Street, Douglas Pkeao ' * ?????????????????????????? L. G Thoraaa Merl F. Thomaa < > . Alaska Furniture 8 Undertaking 3 3 Co., Inc. (i Funeral Directors & Fmbalmers 3 3 DooffUa Alaska < ? HUNTER HOTEL j DOUGLAS, ALASKA Strictly First-Class. Always j on Hand: Choice Wines, Liquors | and Cigars. Our Specialty Mixed Drinks. Front St., opp. Ferry Landing J B. CONRAD, Prop. RUDOLPH BLAHUT. M*n?*er J Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer On Draught