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Juneau Furniture Co. Tel. 261. 3rd and Seward ?"JNEAU STEAMSHIP CO. United State* Mall STEAMER GEORGIA Juneau-Sitka Route Loaves Juneau .or Douglas, Pun ter. Hoonah. Gypsuu. Tenakee. Ktlllsnoo, Chatham and Sitka every Wednesday at 12:01 a. m. Juneau-Skajrway Route larates fuueau for Douglas, Caste Kiver. Seutinel Mght Station. El dritl Rock Light Station. Comet. Haines. Skagway every Sunday at ? 12:01 n. m. Returning, leaves Skagway the following day at 12:02 x m. WILLIS E. NOWELL. MANAGER - d ?MUKtHMmiMHIIMIII I ? " The Alaska Grill | i; ! , , 1 ^ ! Th? B?<t Appointed Place in Tonn II Best of Everything: Served !! !! at Moderate Prices ' II * * I ? I I I M I I II ?? GOODSEGARS POCKET BILLIARDS 1 Dave's Place f. 8 I A Pipe for Every Fact PIPE REPAIRING ? i. r Zljjl I In the interest of our town lets patronize our home merchants J F. WOLLAXD Will give you the Best in | j Clothing, both to style, and quality. ancT^it the right price, too. ? 111 ''^ Second Si.. PKone 6b I \ . = ?llj I Alaska \ I Steam Laundry, Inc. ? X When you want the best * ? of wort give us a tr'a' t ? X and have the pleasure of X' ; - BEING SA ISFISP - t * Hn ? c >5 J. H. King, Mgr. ? GRAff'S N'J STYLE BAKERY ?DOrh BR\ND" Ne-hiyle iJrsaJ No other tike it. Try it. You'll want it all the time Cakee Baked to Order 329 FRANKLIN STREET | Cold Weather is Coming I | Gome and see Our Fall Lines of Men's Underwear and Clothing \\ : We have the Largest and Best Line of Macfcinaws in the City ? I PRICES REASONABLE 1 I H. J. RAYMOND 2B3B [ ROGERS ARRAIGNED^! FOR NIXON MURDER W. K. Rogers, who was arrested at UbertyYllle, III., after being indicted in Juneau for the murder of N. U. Wixon. arrived in Juneau on the Ma riposa last night in the custody of Deputy Marsha] E. P. Holden, of Chi cago. He was given until 10 o'clock tomorrow in which to plead, and the court stated further time would be granted if the defendant was not ready at that time. Attorney O. A. Tucker appeared for defendant. N. H. Wixon was killed on May 23, last year, duringt he progress of a quarrel over mining properties, in which deceased and Rogers were the parties. They were prospecting on Christmas creek, a tributary of Gla cier in the Porcupine mining district. They were all alone and there were no witnesses to the tragedy. Rogers, who claimed the killing was in self defense. was exonerated by a ma jority of the jurors at the coroner's inquest that fololwed. The indictment charges that Rog ers struck Wixon on the head with a carpenters' hammer and shot him with a rifle inflicting separate wounds both of which were fatal and would have caused'the death of Wixon. FISHERY PROSECUTIONS COMING UP IN OCTOBER ?*? At the night session of the district court iast night attorneys for the gov ernment and the defendants completed the arguments to the demurrers inter posed and the matter was taken under advisement. Those who have already entered pleas are anxious to go to trial and have the matter over with, but Judge R. W. Jennings held that all of these cases would have to go over until thy close of the criminal cases in which many of the defendants were confined in Jail. It is not believ ed that the "fish" cases will go to trial before October 5. All of the cannery representatives concerned decided to leave, most of them going back to their fishing, while others who have finished left for the South. JOE KE^-LY SEEKii D^/ORCE. Joe Kellw yesterday filed suit against his wife, .lilia. for divorce. The com-j plaint alleges cruelty and inhuman | treatment} that the defendant at tempted &> kill him July 14, 1914: that defendant has forcibly ejected him from,'the premises where his stock of goods is located and where defendanti aai plaintiff made their home. . * - The couple were married in Novem ber of last year. SUCCESSFUL FAILURE. ? The "failure" of the President's Mexican policy, which the opposition were making so much of a month or so ago. now wears the aspect of the most successful failure of modern times.?Cordova Alaskan. FOR SALE CHEAP?Good Reming I ton typewriter. No. 10. also complete set of Encyclopedia Brittanica, with revolving book case. Enquiro Empire office. 9-15-tf. PINNACLE ROCKS ARE CHARTED IN ALASKA The necesalty of the wire drag work now being carried on in Southeastern Alaska by a coast and geodetic survey party has been demonstrated by the discovery of several heretofore un charted pinnacle rocks in Tongass Narrows, Just north of Ketchikan and on the route traveled regularly by steamships engaged In tho Southeast ern Alaska trade. In the notice to mariners issued by the coast and geodotic survey Aug. 28 is the folloiwng: "The coast and geodetic survey par ty ongaged on wire drag work reports that subsequent examination of the vicinity of the 16-foot rock, 650 yards 55 degreos true (NNE. % E. mag.) from the extreme northern end of Vallenar Point, western end of Ton gass Narrows, described In Notice to Mariners No. 32, of 1914, reveals the existence of another pinnacle rock, having over it a least depth of seven feet at mean lower low water, which lies 71 i yards 54 degrees true (NNE. % S. Ely. mag.) from the same point and about 55 yards eastward of the 16-foot rock previously discovered. Position: Lat. 55 degrees 25 min utes 45 seconds N.; long. 131 degrees 50 minutes 37 seconds W. A rock, having over it at least depth of one foot at mean lower low water, lies about 115 yards off the shore of Gravina Isalnd, 1,040 yards 303 de grees true (W. V4 mag.) from Rosa Reef Spindle. Position: Lat. 55 degrees 25 minutes three seconds N.; long. 131 degrees 48 minutes 56 seconds W. ^ Caution?All of the above rocks lie slightly southward of a line between Guard Island Light and Rosa Reef Spindle. They are unmarked and there is no kelp on them. Great care should be used when anchoring near them. JUNEAU MAN BRINGS HOME SEATTLE BRIDE Mr. and Mrs. Roy Parry Carmlen. arrived In Juneau on the Mariposa last night and have taken rooms at the Bergmann for the present. Mr. Carmlen brought as a bride to Juneau, the daughter of an Alaskan and Yu kon pioneer. Mrs. Carmlen, formerly MlssWlnnlfrcd Jenott, Is the-daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jenott of Se attle and was born In the metropolis of Puget Sound. Her father came to Alaska In the early days and stam peded Into Dawson in 1897, one year prior to the great rush. They were married in the First Methodist church In Seattle last Sat urday by Rev. A. B. Leonard and took passage for their future home in Jun eau almosf fmSSiiatSly Mr. Carmlen has lived In Juneau for nearly two years and has a host of friends. He Is connected with the purchasing department of the Alaska Gastineau Mining company, the offices of which are located in Thane. FRANk E. YOUNG'S MINE DOE8 WELL Frank E. Youngs who came to town Saturday night with the first cleanup of the season from the Kenai Mining & Milling company's property on Cooper creek, returned to the mine thiR morning on the car. The first cleanup of the season was much better than was anticipated and Mr. Youngs is confident that the next month's work will produce more gold than ?ny similar period in the history of the Cooper creek property. The first cleanup is the result of piping a large amount of waste that had to be moved in order to get at the pay. This waste carried some pay, in fact enough pay to put it through the boxes and when the cleanup was ta ken it was found that it had graded higher than was anticipated. From now on the plant will be working on good pay until the freeze up. Mr. Youngs hopes to be able to work well Into October before being, foreed to close down for the season. ? Seward Gateway. NOTICE. I wish to announce that I have dis posed of my Intorest In the Northern Saloon in Douglas to Hans Anderson and that hereafter that business will be conducted by the firm of Anderson and Hailcck. All outstanding accounts are payable to them and they will pay nil bills against the firm of Armstrong and Haileck. ED. ARMSTRONG. ?9-12-3t. NOTICE. ??? Any person knowing where our ten der is, notify the Davis Bros. Boat is painted white, boards overlapped, a ring bolt Iwth chain and padlock at tached is riveted through the bow. A liberal reward will be given. 9-12-tf FRESH CARNATIONS at Winter & Pond's. NEW AUTO TRUCK COMING ON WATSON The now nuto truck ordered for the Juneau Are department was Bhipped to Juneau on the Admiral WatBon, sailing from Seattle InBt night. Chief Milton Winn received the good uows in a cablogram from Agent Payne of tho Stewart people who manufacture the particular utility truck ordered. The cablegram roads as fololwB: "I am leaving on tho Admiral Wat son tonight with tho truck. Some truck. Payne." The new Stewart truck will carry hose and other ilro-flghting -apparatus and is designed to tow the small chem ical trucks which tho dopartmont ad ready has on hand. It can also be used for other purposes. It is ex pected to increase the efficiency of the department considerable. Chief Winn, foremr Chief Ed. C. Hurlbutt. former Mayor C. W. Carter, Mayor John Reck, and others have been working Tor a long time toward acquiring the equipment that is now on the way enroute to Juneau. They have continually been working toward tho end of reducing the Are risk to the lowest possible minimum. It was entirely through their efforts that the automatic Gamewcll alarm system was Installed and this accomplished the new campaign was started for tho au to truck. Evory member of the Are depart ment has contributed toward tho pur chase of the truck. The total contri bution from members reaching the sum of $880. NEW STORE TO OPEN ? HERE NEXT WEEK Uncle Josh Spruceby's new depart ment store will open at the Elks' Car nival anything from Skagway vegeta bles to an odd wagon wheel will be sold. He won't dolivor after seven o' clock. It Is needless to try and describe all that Is to take place at the Elks' Carnival, as it would take up too much space, but the committee assures those who attend one of the best times of' their lives, and only charges twenty Ave cents admission. Of course If onej wants the trimmings, they will have them. Gas boats will be a drug on the market during Carnival week, but they all seem to be engaged for tho week after?theres' nothing like a hunting trip after a hard week's work. The C. W. Young Co. has some beau tiful prizes in their windows to be given away at the Carnival, a beautiful chair for Fraternal Night, and a hand somo clock and bank for the most pop ular baby on Gostineau Chnnnel, so bring t*c Mil?-011? down, and "Lot *er Buck." > - - - PERRY WILEY SUCCEEDS WM. BRITT ON COMMITTEE + At last night's meeting of the Jun eau Democratic club. Perry Wiley was appointed a member of the cam paign committee to All the vacancy caused by the withdrawal of William E. Brltt. A general discussion was had on the work of the committee and at the close of the meeting Chair man J. F. McDonald announced that the campaign committee would meet Friday night of this week. Charles M. McGrath of Sitka, Dem ocratic candidate for the legislature was present and stated that Sitka would work with Juneau for the sfc cess of the ticket on election day. Mr. McGrath who left for Sitka on the Georgia this morning will begin the campaign in his home town almost immediately. GOV'MT PHOTOGRAPHER SECURED GOOD "MOVIES" E. B. Thompson, the government photographer who was sent North to get moving pictures for the govern ment exhibit at the Panama Pacific exposition at San Francisco, secured some beautiful scenery along the Taku river while with the E. P. Pond expe dition last Sunday. He also secured a long reel of the celebrated glacier in motion. While here Mr. Thompson took moving pictures of the industrial ac tivities, including scenes among the larger mines and ore reduction plants on both sides of the channel. THANE PEOPLE TO TRAP AND HUNT Capt. Ijimbert, of Thane, and party, who returned several days ago from a cruise of Alaska inland waters, are ?overhauling their ynchr Dora prep aratory to taking a trip to Berner's Bay, where they will trap and hunt this winter. Mr. McGlbbons, who has been working on the engine, expects to have everything In readiness In a few days. MANY LEGISLATIVE CANDIDATES AT NOME ?I* 1 The coming fall election is recoiv 'ng considerable attention just at present and. judging from appearan ces, there will be a whole host of candidates In- the field for the Terri torial legisjature. Among others Hugh O'Neill announces that he will make the race for the legislature.? Nome Industrial Work<jS\ PIONEER OF NOME - GETS MONUMENT Jaffet Lindorberg has ordered a fine granite monument to be erected In memory of John Abbot Doxter, one of Alaska's pioneers. The monument Is seven and one-half feet In height surmounted with a cross, of artistic design and bearing upon Its face an appropriate Inscription. Course dinner, 50c, at the Tavern Cafe, from 6:00 p. m, till 9:00 p. m. ti ?' .ULJWUJlNliJLliUilBiMBBMMMfl | TWO ARE INJURED IN EAGLE RIVER ACCIDENT I ?+? . t _>?? ?*< *"j|vlch and Gus Llndstroin. . oia""'*-nra employed In the both of whom .... ,lv Eagle river mines, were accldenta. L Injured at the mine Monday. The first named Is badly bruised and Lind gtrom has his right leg broken be low the knee. Both afe now resting as eomfortnble as possible at St. Ann's hospital. General Manager B. L. Thane, who happened to be visiting the mine at the time of the accident, dressed the wounds of the injured men and brought them to Juneau on a launch last night. Dr. L. O. Sloane Is attending the injured men. SPECIAL. FREE?A volume of Shakespero's plays with a 25-cent package of COAT OF ARMS cigarettes, at the Juneau Drug company. 107, Front street. This Is a special offer for a few duys only. ?9-16-t f Course dinner, 50c, at the Tavern | Cafe, from 5:00 p. m. till 9:00 p. m. tf MAJOR RANSOM TO J ESTABLISH HOME HERE B Ilajor A. E. Hanson, division miper- 0 intendent for AlaBkn of the Northern 0 I.ife Insurance company, arrived in | I '? ' family and will es ' Juneau with hfs aklne Ju- W tablish headquarters here, u.?- - - ^ I S neau their future home. At present .J they nre staying at the Hotel Cain. J 9 Try our merchants lunch. 35 cents. ,3 from 11:30 to 1:30. The Tavern S Cafe. tf y ?m 1 Start the Daw Right with a Ereak fast ?J ?/frmours j "STAR" BACON_ You Want cm Best? ASK FOB EPSTYN & McKANNAJ ./J Alaska Agents * . School Suits for Boys BKSCE5rn2?l?352!E?F' ~'7TBl?LZ~'7""'Ty"' "".jr''ii'.' ? Sturdy Norfolk Suits with an extra pair of full lined trousers, in sizes 6 to 17 years. These suits are of all wool cheviot cloth. Grays, Browns and Tans, $8.50 to $9.00 a Suit BOYS' RAIN COATS GUARANTEED RAINPROOF and very Durable Age 4 co 18 Years 54.00 to 54.50 Each tig ? I -ARRIVAL OF? I Men sand Boys? New Fall Hats GENTLEMEN! We have a splendid CO PA Assortment of New Fall Hats at ^ There is absolutely no need to pay more unless you choose to. Soft hats arc very English this season with the high tapering crowns, and the dish brim with the pugrce or plain hand .and butterfly draped ends. <? Derby hats arc a little higher in the crown with the dish brim and black, of course. I This is the home of BENJAMIN CLOTHES and the HANEN SHOES for Men aud Young Men. B. M. Behrends Company,.Inc. ill 1111 !?? mi nimanw iiw W. A. Fcrwuaon H A. Hirkpa trick ' The Buffet Hotol Cain "Nothing But the Best ' v,?ar-01d Bonded 10-1 ?. "'-Iccy 1 -HJ1 Side Entrance next to EUlc"? . AN "OLD LINE" COMPANY WITH "NEW LINE" IDEAS ^<"TTnsurance ca <? ' J f" ? 4200,000.00 D?po?lted wltK Su?e Tiuiuicr KlnPvl " b'A lt m 3 IN 1 i\ f Ft ACGIDBNT *? A ..ovldL.il | jj Premiums Paid for You on Your Life lui?aui<;c If ^ ^ Permanently Disabled Home Office, White Building, Seattle, 0. S. A. PETTIT & HARVEY, Local Agents I - The Round Oak Chief Exposed?Ev'cry Detail Shown?Nothing Concealed You should know oil about the range you buy Pouch feed and in* Door. UmCuI and Thick, heew convwleot 'fit* Back Heavy Fire Frc*- \ Ilk* lit* back \ Aibo&toi *nd Iron protection (or oven, back of Hro back Heavy cad Center Pool ES i viaiHaHhMA ? - 53 Cait ptaiM to nqual i?o heal in oven / Cast support / foe oven loo / 3S 53#tf Ventilating V>?<0 -4J back ol Cue Ucb ft Draft Doo? V\> Duple* Crete*. ?? lot wood Or toe) Back end AlhChulo Kight hand ?" Ash Chute ^ Colt hand I Alh Chute. AH the ashes (ell in the pen Lorto galvanized ; Iron Ash Pon About 435 boil lord rivets used in II o Chief, about twk? - the number cor.t monlv used for oven <3ooc wefehi. 7i Insulation oxttsordinary \ X Gail nuo strip SOWN X "'s boltod to plote Wffl never get out of order 5oo the heavy clwuwol iron. Oven bottom ten never buckle NOT ONE THING LEFT OFF THE. CHIEF THAT WILL MAfi IT BETTER AKMIo?OIO??I> which hMi confcoae botler than squaM / Cop JoW where Anchor Ptale* red on main lop?(ooa dear around top Fourteen t*. of asbestos *? board used in the CM 3-ply boiler-iron. tlbttlOIr steel Twice lh* usual num* ber of rtvtfs around III* oven doot Heavy I2?k __ boiler-iron oven bottom See how ? U braced 3-ply flu* bottom'* boileT-iron. asbestos, boiler-iron. Theontyone surer mad* Sub-flue bottom el boiler boa Heat ' cannot affect float THE ROUND OAK, the ONLY RANGE EXCLUSIVE AGENTS , THE JUNEAU FURNITURE COMPANY Juneau's Only Up-to-date Furniture Store Cor. 3rd and Seward Sts., Juneru, Alaska ^ ? 1 * * ' ' ' 11 ' .j ?