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Russians Great - Philosopher and M?st Famous Novelist is TOLSTOY, who prophecied the coming of the great war in Europe, saying that it would be gin in the Balkans in 1903 and spread throughout the continent. Tolstoy's Greatest Novel IN FOUR PARTS "The Living | Corpse99 I Will be shown on n?xt Saturday and Sunday SEPTEMBER 19th & 20th j AT THE Grand Theatre A State Rights Feature I I I ] D r' 1'. VA N C E':: i OSTEOPATH j; + -p* 4 and 6 Malony Bldg. I C<-riU'tat*on and Examination .. I ~ Free. Phono 2?2. ") X <i >ou?e American School of \ T 0?:rr?p jtny, Kirkevllle, Mo. "j r ^r<et yea's" active practice. f >T"e hours. 9 to 12 m. 1 to 5 !! ?r t?p appointment. || 4IHMIHIIIIIIIIIIHVHU II .. < ' When yw w?M ? > ! Hardware, Stoves, Furai- ! ' ture, Carpets, Linoleum, i ' Sashes, Guns, Electric Sup- V plies. Trunks, Suit Cases, 4. !! China ware. Paints and Oils t i . ' W ?*?? J * Julius Jensen - ? ? <? DoucU* Alau&a ? ?n? i !?! ? i 1 gr/Qjgg?g-j?g I HUNTER HOTEL AMUSEMENT PARLORS Spon-l ynur 'ensure time playing pool ami billiard*. You am always welcome. Come nee mo. L. H. KIEST ? DOUGLAS > ?? ? - ?n MRS. ALBERT BERRY Art Embroideries. Linens and S:inp'!os. Stamping Designing. S ? Itches, Pomps. Curls, Ete., made to order. THE VOGUE. 317 Seward St. *? ? C W. WINaTEDT ARCHITECT SUPERINTENDENT Sketches Free j Office, Room 7, Gars I do Block Juneau. Alaska. ? ? ARCTIC BROTHERHOOD. J Juneau Camp. No. 31, meets every Tuesday night at eight o'clock at Mooso hall. I *. * mHa?HHnszass&=3BtfanBB8 l GROCERIES I MEN'S GOODS ; I M. J. O'CONNOR Douglas * [ Douglas Opera House Hotel In Connection ^ We serve the 5EST BEER ? pi 1 in Douglas for . . . ?^C ?1 \Ji9.S5 SPREE MOVING PICT?;PEG EVERY NIGHT x! The Best of Wines. Liquors and Cigars J ! ETE ROLANDO. Prop. Douplas, Alaska X is'. Watches! ? $1.00 to $150 Each HOWARD, WALTHAM .1 IN, HAMILTON 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, Ecil-on 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. ELMER E. SMITH, Prop. I I ?/frmours 1 "SIMON PURE" Leaf Lard } 3 Makes Rich Crisp Pastry c mji IFgll C GAME WARDEN SCHNEIDER LOST Game Warden Adam Schneider Is lost in the woods of Admiralty Island near Oliver's inl^t, and (ears are en tertained for his safety. News was broight to tho office of Gov. J. F. A. Strong this afternoon and tho Gover nor Immediately made arrangements to send Special Officer Joe Snow with a search party to the place where Schneider was last seen. Other par ties are also being formed and it Is likely that two or three launches will bo disputched with searchers this eve ning. - Game Warden Schneider pulled in Into Oliver's Inlet on his launch "Eve" and established himself at the lopning camp of Abel and -P. A. An dorr.cn. Yesterday morning Abel, An dercon and Schneider left tho camp for a hunt in the hills. After they \ ere out a mile and a half they sep arated. This was the last seen of Virlder. Abel hunted until it was ?lro? to retu-n to the camp and then ? enf homo. Schneider did not show tip during the night and as there was ?to s'gn of his resturn up to about noon today P. A. AnderBon came to Juneau and notified Gov. Strong and others. Schneider waB very lightly clad, be ing In shirt sleeves, nnd Is thought to 1 have been without matches. Ho is also burdened with the disability of crlplcd hands, tho lingers of both hands having been lost by freezing in the Nome country years ago. Mr. An derson saya It. was beautiful weather all day yesterday and Schneider could easily have made his way back to camp. "T'-E DEMON OF DESTRUCTION" AT GRAND THEATRE TONIGHT ? The following program will be ren dered at the Grand theatre tonight: "The Demon of Destruction," a 2 reel feature, introducing Doggerty, tho watchman, the table turned, covered. If he were to die at 5 o'clock with him would also die those who had be trayed him. "The Border Detective," showing the operation of a secret service man, an intense drama. "The Amateur Highwayman," con stnb'e Sprlcelns of Hayweed cbnter. "A Pullman Nightmare," the beau tiful heroine thanks her rescuer. Two good comedies. ??? HEAD OF ALASKA CATHOLICS RETURNS FROM THE SOUTH The Very Rev. R. J. Crlmont, pre fect apostolic of the Catholic church In Alaska, arrived from the South on the Mariposa, and will remain In Ju neau for a few days before starting for the Westward. He has received a request for a visit from the Catholics of Knik. and will leave for that place in a few weeks. While to the Westward ' he will visit other coast towns. Father Crlmont visited Seattle and other Puget Sound cities and towns, and Portland while away NOVEL FEATURE AT ELKS* SOCIAL DANCE I.rst night after the regular meeting of the local lodge of Elks an inform al dance was held In the hall for mem bers and their ladies. A novel fea ture In connection with the affair was the Initiation of all those present. In cluding men and women. At 11 o' clock a lunch was served consisting of cofTee, cake and sandwiches. The cakes usod were credited to the wives of all the bachelor Elks. DAN WALKER TO START IN BUSINESS AGAIN Dan Walker, pioneer of Juneau for 32 years, will soon open n plumbing and sheet metal works shop again at 128 Front street, at the rear of Tor vlnen and Shearer's cleaning and pressing establishment. SPECIAL. FREE?A volume of Shakospere's plays with a 25-cent package of COAT OF ARMS cigarettes, at the Juneau Drug company. 107, Front street. This la a special offer for a few days only. ?9-16-tf KEATING CHANGES PLEA! M. J. Keating indicted for forgery has withdrawn his plea of not guilty and entered a plea of guilty. Sen- . tenco has been doferred until tho re- . turn of his attorney. ALTAR SOCIETY TO MEET. Ui? Ladies Altar Society of ?he Catholic church will r.eet tomorrow , cSttrnoon at 2 o'clock at the home of ( Aire. Samuel Guvh, 623 Keunedy St., b-1 ween 5th and 0th. t * * * ( WANTED?A girl for general house- v work. Apply to Mrs. E. Valentine.? 9-17-tf. t - ? ? ? \ FRESH CARNATIONS at Winter & t Pond's. + + * + ** + + ? ++ ****+[ + +! * ALASKA DAILY EMPIRE + j ?> Douglas Branch *1 + M. A. SNOW,. Mimager * ? * . ??*3?r ~| + + * ************ * * .? * < * ? DOUGLAS NOTES. + + . , * ?>??)? + + + + + + ?+ + + + ???? DOUGLAS. Sept. 17.?Alf. Gurr left on a trip of Ave or ten days this morn ing, and will spend the time hunting. Mr. Burbach is tnking Mr. Gurr's place during the absence of the latter, and Pat Casey Is back at his own desk. The Henson bungalow cabins which have .been building for the past two months are nearly finished and a num ber of bachelors are already moving In. The family of S. Salmonson Is mov ing Into the new house built on the corner back of the Douglas Hardware store near the approach to the city dock. The Douglas Eagles will hold an Im portant meeting on Friday night, at eight o'clock. There will bo initia tion nnd a number of important ques tions will come before the lodge. Vis- j itlng Eagles are especially Invited. A COMPLETE CHANGE OF PROGRAM AT THE LYRIC DOUGLAS, Sept 17v-"Tho Living corpse," which appeared at the Lyric on Tuesday and Wednesday, was well received by the audiences and the Warner Features have made a hit. Tonight and tomorrow night the following program will be shown: Universal Weekly?Leading events of the World. "Morgan's Treasure," a two-reel dra ma Indian girl feature. Closing with a Thanhouser comedy entitled, "Express C. O. D." ??????+++???++?? N + > TREADWELL NOTES + > ? !?*?* + +* + + + ?*' + 4 + + TREADWELL Sept. 17.?Al. Lag argreen, A. N. Boblett and Charles Vork left this morning for a hunting :rip at Tonakee. They expect to be ;one about three weeks. ' There will be a hand rehearsal at :he Treadwell fire hall tonight at 8 >'clock. All members of the?band are lrged to be present At a meeting of the board of dlrec ors of the Treadwell club recently, it vas decided, upon the recommendn ion of physical director Tom McDon ild, to purchase between $500 and 600 worth of athletic appliances for he fitting up of the gymnasium. E. J. Kingsbury, who has been In he employ of the Treadwell company 1 or the past five years at Sheep reek, resigned his position and will nter the employ of the C. W. Young ! ' company, of Juneau. The Sheep creek i vacancy has been filled by T." 7T Pres ton. L. S. Ferris, manager of the Tread well 'baseball club for this year, has called a meeting of the Douglas Isl | and fans for 8 o'clock Saturday night I at Eagle hall. An accounting of the season's work will be mnde and the attendance of nil holders of season tickets and other backers of the team is earnestly requested. POPULAR TREADWELL CLUB DANCE SEASON OPENS TREADWELL, Sopt. 17.?Last night the first Treadwell club dance of the present season took place and was pro nounced a decided success. An or chestra of six pieces furnished tbei music and the hall was crowded. ATTENTION, "NOBLES OF THE MYSTIC SHRINE There will be a meeting at 8 p. m. sharp at Odd Fellows' hall tomorrow, Sept. 18. All nobles not receiving notice from the secretary will kindly attend as a full attendance is requested. Perfec tion of S. E. Alasku Shrine club and other Important matters will come up for discussion. LLOYD V. "WINTER, Pres. DAVID J. KINZIE, Secy. ' OLD PIONEER DOES AT ST. ANN'S HOSPITAL ? ? 1 Dunkard A. Peterson, an early resi dent of Juneau and a member of the '87 pioneers, who recently came from Dundas bay whero ho had boon work ing, died at St. Ann's hospital Tues day from Brlght's disease. The body Is at the undertaking parlors of the C. W. Young company. Matinee house dresses at Mrs. Sher man's millinery. ARGUING MOTION TO DISMISS MURDER CHARGE Judge R. W. Jennings sot 4 o'clock this afternoon as the time to hear argument on the motion of Attorney O. E. Tucker to dismiss the indict ment against W. R. Rogers, who is charged with first degree murder. SPECIAL. ?+? FREE?A volume of Shakespcre's plays with a 25-cent package of COAT OF ARMS -cigarettes, at the Juneau Drug company, 107, Front street. This is a special ofTer for a fow days only. ?9-16-t f J. BURNS ON TRIAL. x ?+? J. Burns, indicted for pocket pick ing, went to trial In the district court this afternoon. j Mandolin house dresses at Mrs. Sherman's millinery. 1 < + * + + * + * + * + + + ** + +1 + .1 ? + MARINE NOTES + + + ** + !? + + + + + + * + * + + * ? Tho City of Seattle will sail south from Juneau tomorrow morning. The Princess Sophia will sail South from Juneau tomorrow. The Admiral Watson !b expected from the South tomorrow night or Sat urady morning. The Northwestern is expected from the Westward Saturday. The Al-KI is expected from tho South Saturday. The Ceorgla will return from Sitka Saturday. The Jefferson, sailing from Seattle last night Is expected Sunday. I The Alameda leaves Seattle tomor row night. Crepe de chine kimonaB at Mrs. Sherman's millinery. ARRIVALS ON SOPHIA. ?+ The Princess Sophia, arriving from tho South last night, brought the fol lowing passengers to Juneau: A. Leon ard, R. Carmon, Mrs. Edmond, F. G. Holcomb, Mrs. Jules B. Caro, Bert Caro, 0. E. Dawson, Joe Carmon. Ladles' lingerie underwear at Mrs. Sherman's millinery. KATALLA WANTS" NO ? ASSESSMENTS ABATED ?*? Gov. J. F. A. Strong today received a cablegram message from Katalla reading as follows: "The people of Katalla do not want assessemnt work suspended." It was signed "Citizens of Katalla." / , ! Defective Eyesight is a sorioua handicap to any boy. Unless you are certain that your boys' eyesight is perfect ye*i should let us examine his eyes at once. We do not use drops or drugs, or advise glasses If not necessary. < ALASKA OPTICAL CO. (Opposite Alaska Supply.) . f I G. K. GILBERT ! | PLUMBING and I I 8HEET METAL WORKS | 121 Front 8t Phono 3M I I MILYE CARLONE * J i UNTIL Oct. 1st I ! All Orders for Overcoats T ! will recieve a 10$ discount J For further Particulars See Our Show Window Satisfaction Guaranteed f DOUGLAS . ; ? v?^ ? ? ^..* < > We h&ve a Fine Line of J; Detm r Woolens J and are Prepared to DO-1! FIRST-LASS Tailoring on JI the Latest Fall and Winter < >. Models. ....... o Dahl & Wahlberg | D Street, Douglas Fhono J | ? L. G Thomas Mori F. Thomas ? Alaska Furniture 6 Undertaking 2 Co., Inc. " 2' Funeral Directors & Fmbalmers X ^ ^ ^Dougly^ M*iVs SMS HUNTER HOTEL DOUGLAS, ALASKA Strictly First-Class. Always on Hand: Choice Wines, Liquors .j . and Cigars. Our Specialty? Mixed Drinks. J . Front St., opp. Ferry Landing B. CONRAD, Prop. RUDOLPH BLAHUT. Mmnwr j Pabst Bluo Ribbon Beer On Draught . !*' A Gash 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. \ ? Goldstein DEPARTMENT STORE