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fOR NEW ST. ANN'S
(iflMt prVp'aratloiis" are under way
for the celebration marking the offi
cial Opening of the new St Ann's hflb
pitaf building Uejt Thursday night.
Thefe'wilhb^ a Jntbllo.-reception man
aged by ttte.)fldiW! ofuJoneau and a pro
grai^l of exercises. This afternoon, by
ape&j Inrltatlon from Slater Super
ior fhfe ladles oT Juneau met In the
old jidspltal building for the purpose
of riiking arrangements for the recep
tion! l
Ajcommlttee headed by E. J. Mc
Kanna is busy making arrangements
for exercises that are to take place
on the evpfltag of the reception. Aj
projjpvm of "entertainment is being pre
? par4i ifor the evening of the recoption,
that, ^ill be announced tomorrow.
A.gre at deal of interest is being ta
ken 'tn; the matter by the Juneau public,
and tWere promises to be a very large'
attefetdknee.
Tomorrow morning the matter of re-1
moxing the patients from the old j
btrilttihg to the new will be commenc
ed 4s<i every patient will be domiciled'
in the new home by Thursday night.
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OROER OF EASTERN STAR
1 MEETS TUESDAY. OCT 13
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next meeting of the Order of
Kaatfrn Star will occur Tuesday eve-l
nlngj Oct. 13. and not tomorrow eve-j
ning, as was erroneously advertised'
in The Empire Saturday..
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Ttgo boys wanted for general work
around the store and for delivery.
Boy* living with their parents pre
ferred. Apply Juneau Drug company,
10? ^ront St. lO-o-Jt
There will be a meeting of Alaska
Lodge of Rose t'roix on Wednesday
evening. Oct. 7. at 3 p. in. at Odd Fel
low^ hall. W. DeLoug. Secy. 5-3t
CRANDALLS PLEASE BIG J
AUDIENCE JUNEAU THEATRE '
Juneau theatre played to a packed
house, last night. "The Girl and the
Derelict" a playlet that Is bubbling ov
er with fun. was enthusiastically re
ceived. A beautiful English bull dog 1
figure* prominently in this striking i
sketch and he also came in for his''
share of attention. There wore also,
four good reels "of feature films that! i
were highly entertaining.
The same show will be given tonight 1
and tomorrow night with a complete '
change for Wednesday night.
From this time on the Juneau will
present vaudeville and motion pic
tures interspersed for each evening's!
entertainment. For Wednesday the ,
3-reol feature. "The Message from
Headquarters," and a good Keystone
comedy in conjunction with the Cran
dalts in vaudeville promises a good'
show.
Friday night is amateur night.
Those wishing to contest for the cash
prie should call at the theatre at 2 p.
in. Wednesday. ??? '
SPECIAL ENTERTAINERS
AT GRAND TONIGHT
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Davis and RogeVs, vocal and instru
mental musical entertainers who come
to Juneau was an excellent reputa
tion. will appear at the Grand theatre
tonight. They have Just arrived here,
and tonight will be their first and last
appearance here. ???
JEFFERSON ARRIVALS.
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The Jelterson, arriving from the
South Saturday night, brought the fol
lowing passengers for Juneau: Miss
( Rena Jorgenson. Bessie Ryron. G. T.
Kerr, F. S. Rogers. C. \V. Davis, Miss
I E. McDonald. Miss Sylvia Leonard,
Mrs. M. Brennan. Mrs. D. S. Segman,
: Mrs. Anna Hildre, Einii West: for
I Douglas?Robert Fairbanks. John R.
' Johnson. Matt Arola.
IAMP FIRE GIRLS j
BEGIN ACTIVE WORK I
The Camp Flro ClrlB met nt Miss I
Edith Kempthorno's Htudio In the Cha
ron house on Friday last. There was
l full attendance, as follows:
Susnnne McLaughlin, Regina Fp
jteyn, Ruth Umstond. Lilly Korhouen,
Helen and Dorothy Troy, Dorothy Hal
sy. Madge Case, Roso McLaughlin, Ma
t>le Bathe, Mvrtlo Jorgcnson, Mary
Kashaveroff and Gertrude Nelson.
Groat enthusiasm was shown.
Indian Tepee.
It was voted to buy an Indian tepee
and through Mrs. J. B. Caro's generos
ity, it will probably be erected on a
site on the Salmon creek property,
and will be used by the Camp Fire
Girls as a retreat all through the win
ter. Arrangements have been made
through Piper & Taft, of Seattle, for
the tepeo.
Work Shop.
Througn the kindnes of Miss Cha
rou, a small room Is going to be trans
formed into a workshop, where the
Camp Fire Girls will commence to
learn the handcraft. Miss Kemp
thornc has been studying in the Fast
in connection with this venture. To
start the season next Saturday will
be an open day, when the girls will in
vite their boy friends and all will win
their first honor of tho year by scal
ing Mount Roberts.
Public Meeting.
When Miss Frances Gulick arrives,
a public meeting will be held, when
Camp Fire activities will be demon
strated. Miss Gulick is widely known
in the Fast in Camp Flro circles, and
she will make her home In Juneau for
the winter, where she will teach so
slal, fancy and folk dancing.
Those familiar with Miss Gullck's
work feci that the young folk of the
town are specialy fortunate in the
prospect of having such a talented In
structor among them.
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* MARINE NOTES *
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The Admiral Watson was expected
from the Westward early this after
noon.
The Dolphin, leaving Seattle Satur
day night is expected Tuesday night
or early Wednesday morning.
The Princess May is expected from
the South tomorrow night.
The City of Seattle leaves Seattle
tonight.
The Northwestern is expected from
the Westward Tuesday.
The Spokane sailed south this morn
ing.
The Georgia arrived from Skagway
today.
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A. H. Ziegler, .who has been on a
brief business visit to the States re
turned to Juneau on the Mariposa.
F. W. Butters returned on the Geor
gia Saturday from a short visit in
Sitka.
A. Shyman. well known commercial
man, returned from Sitka on the Geor
gia yesterday.
Albert X. Nadeou, general superin
tendent of the Jualin mines arrived in
Juneau on the Georgia today.
J. M. Ousby returned on the Mari
posa from a short business visit to the
States.
W. P. I>ass has moved into the Ol
son house, formerly occupied b^ E. P.
Kennedy.
M. S. Hibbard. mineral examiner for
the general land office took passage
on the Spokane for the South and ex
pects to be gone over a month.
Mrs. Jack Hepburn Is a southbound
passenger aboard the Spokane.
GREAT FEATURE AT GRAND
THEATRE TONIGHT.
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"Trapped in the Castle of Mystery."
in three parts, a weird ghostly story
of a gang of counterfeiters and their
capture. Do you like to read stories
that make your nerves tingle with
excitement? Then you will enjoy this
powerful Warner's feature with its
atmosphere of mystery and its sensa
tional situations. Colonel Barton's
automobile breaks down near the
quaint old village of Doromy. While
talking with the innkeeper he learns
that Doromy Castle is peopled with
ghosts and that travelers who venture
within are never seen again. In a
spirit of adventure the Cdlonel sets
out for the castle resolved to spend a
night there and disprove the villager's
superstitions.
Other numbers are "The Ways of
Fate." wherein cupid thwarts the
hand of vongeance, good drama.
"Simped Simon, Suffers Sorely," a ,
good comedy.
Miss \ailine Saum, who delightel ?
last night's audience, will again dance j
the Highland Fling. ???
STUDENT BODY TO
FORM TWO SOCIETIES
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Hhe whole student body divided into ]
two equal groups each consisting of
upper and underclassmen, will meet
tonight under the supervision of Miss
Lorraine Andrews and Miss Lavina
Willson for the purpose of organizing
the two literary societies of the high
school this year, and the offices of
president, vice-president and secretary
treasurer will be filled. In addition to
these officers a committee of two will
be chosen to act in conjuction with the
governing board for the purpose of
irranging programs.
Steam headted rooms, 510.00 up
vith, or without board, 535 Main St.
'hone 3805. 10-5-lm.
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?{? Douglas Branch +
+ M. A. SNOW, Manager +
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DOUGI.AS, Oct. 5.?Frank Estrada
was arrested last night on a charge of
being drunk. This morning Judge
Henson gave him Ave days in the city
jail to sober up on.
The ladies of St. Luke's Guild will
have a silver tea at the home of Mrs.
Franko Pearce of Douglas, on Wednes
day afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
Charles Miller ytrill soon move from
his old quarters at "the Douglas Opera
House and will open an up-to-date res
taurant In the Day building on Front
street.
Saturday evening at 8:30 o'clock in
tho Congregational parsonage, Rev. O.
Umstead olllclatirtg. Mr. Victor Kuk-I
kola and Miss Fannie Emilia Terva
luto, both of Douglas, were unitde
in marriage. Mr. and Mrs. Kukkoln
will leave soon for Chichagoff whore
Mr. Kukkola is employed.
B. B. Haugen, the noted Norwegian
lecturer will speak in Norwegian at
his lecture to be delivered in Eagle's
hall, Douglas, tomorrow night on the
subject, "War and Peace."
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TREADWELL, Oct. 5.?The water)
carnival that was scheduled for next
Thursday evening has been postpon
ed until a week from Wednesday. The
reason for the postponement is to
keep from conflicting with the danc
ing class that meets each Thursday
night at Treadwell.
The Treadwell orchestra will give
one of their regular dances next Wed
nesday evening at the club.
WANTED ? A competent girl for
general house work. Apply to Mrs.
ft. G. Wnylnnd, Treadwell. 10-5-Gt.
Charles Erricson this morning was
run over by an ore car in the Mexican
mine and suffered a broken leg. He
was taken to the hospital where he
Is resting easily.
The swimming class will meet for
practice on Tuesday night at S o'clock.
Dress making and tailoring by the
lay, references given, $3.00 per day,
Prances isowis, 325 3rd St. 10-5-2w.
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GOOD PROGRAM AT THE
LYRIC THEATRE TONIGHT
DOUFLAS. Oct. 5?The excellent
! show soon at tho Lyric last night will
be repeated tonight. Following is the
program:
"Country Maid's Romance," drama.
"Evelyn's Strategy," excellent.
"Miss Robinson Crusoe," a splen
did two-reel feature.
"Bnngvllle Police," comedy.
Davis and Rogers, a refined musical
act, arrived on the Jefferson and will
appear at the Lyric Tuesday and!
Wednesday nights.
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COURT HOUSE BRIEFS.
The Yamaguchl murder case that
was set for today in the district court
j was continued until tomorrow.
{ The case of Roberts against Jaegor
I Involving title to right of way to Rob
J erts property was still in progress in
I the district court this morning.
The suit for divorce brought by Mrs.
Emll Carlson against her husband,
Fred Carlson, was set to follow the
case of Robert against Jaeger.
A motion has been made by defend
ants for a new trial in the case of
Waddlcton against Millwee and Bald
win.
LEAVING ON SPOKANE.
The Spokanc,v leaving for the South
last night, took the following passen
gers from Juneau: M. S. Hibbard, Mrs.
Jack Hepburn, P. AVeilch, E. C. Will
iams, I.anford Haroldson, H. Olson, all
for Seattle; E. H. Miller for Wrangcll
and D. Noll for Ketchikan.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
The partnership heretofore existing
between H. Ruho and A. Forte and
known as the American Paint Co., is
this day dissolved by mutual consent,
II. Ruho retiring from tho business.
All accounts duo the abovo named
firm being payable to A. Forte.
Dated at Juneau, Alaska, Oct. 3,1914.
A. FERTE.
H. RUHE. y 10-3-3t.
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Two boys wanted for general work
around the store and for delivery.
Roys living with their parents pre
ferred. Apply Juneau Drug company,
107 Front St. lO-o-L't
Frank McCoy returned to Juneau on
tho Mariposa Saturday.
"TAPPED WIRES." ]l
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A wonderful two-reel feature at the i
Orpheum tomorrow night only. Last
night that cozy theatre was packed to
the doors and the show was first;
class, every picture was good.
Pathc Weekly, showing the world's
events, also the great sanitarium ?
built by the Order of Moose?the
largest sanitarium in the world?i
and the committee that had charge
of the building of same.
"The Spell," a good picture, and
Is well played by the Vitagraph com-!
pany.
The second, picture of Who Will j
Marry Mary, was a fine one and the I
Spansih I)on did not git Mary yet, so
there is still another chance for some
other fine fellow.
"A Surprise for Four" and "Bobby's!
Long Pants" wcro two good comedies.
Romember the seats are now on
salo at the post office store for the
Bostonians. ***
HAVE YOU GOT YOURS?
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We are now in process of mailing
a large number of booklets about Op-j
tometry. They contain facts you
should know nbout your eyes. If yen!
do not get one we would be glad ifj
you would call and ask for one. 10-5-tf j
ALASKA OPTICAL CO.
P QRPHELM THEATRE O
Return of the Famous Juvenile
5 BOSTONIANS !
5 Nights Starting Wednesday, Oct. 7
With a complete new repertoire of the latest musi
cal comedies and comic operas.
New Plays-New Faces?New Scenery-Ncw Costumes
Wednesday e\ening C. Whitney's New York
and Chicago success
"THE ISLE OF SPICE"
To be followed bv "The Golden Slipper," "Baron
Humbug" "The Lovesof I.cnore""MyTangoMaid"
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Prices: Reserved SI.00, General Admission 50c
seats now on sale. Matinee Saturday-Adults 50c; Children 25c
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:: F^k?Lo J ? PIANO TUNING t
Fairbanks Kooms +1 george anderson ^no ?
?? _ ? t t t , T I Expert, the onlv Resident Piano 4
CTenn. well h?atnl. Itghtwi and turn who! T , X EVrw?rt :n Alixtn Ynnrlv Tun. *
? ? rooms with bnths. by th- d?y. w?k or + T AlaSKa. lean; lUn- 9
?? month Fairhankc Mrs. h. h. Warrem 4- ? ings. Barrasrar s P. O. Store. j
? ? at tbo IWWWa OalfaMjttlaitw J J PRONB SM ?
ii Douglas Opera House Hotel In C nncction ?
i: Wesetve the BEST BEER r J
? m Douglas for . . . 3. VJ.lo.SS
I 1 ? ; FREE MOVING PICTURES EVERY NIGHT 4
, ? The Beat of Wines, Liquors and Cigars *
; PETE ROLANDO, Prop. Douglas, Alaska |
GROCERIES
MEN'S GOODS
M. J. O'CONNOR Douglas
Wr 1 iil HOWARD, WALTHAM
<b tc h 6S . ! ELGIN, HAMILTON
$1.00 to $150 Each EQUITY and INGERSOL
An Elgin 16-size, Seven Jewels, Nickel Case at
So.oO
NEW DESIGNS IN ALASKA JEWELRY
PAUL BLOEDHORN, DOUGLAS, ALASKA
Largest Music House in Alaska
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Highest Grade Pianos, Piano Player s, Edison Oisc 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.
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B. M. BEHRENDS CO.
Incorporated.
Carpet Department
Wo have added the services of
Mr. W. S. Rasmussen, an ex
pert carpet layer, and can now
fill all orders on short notice
with the best of workmanship.
Largest stock of Carpets, Linol
eums. Rugs, and Window Shades
in Alaska. Carpets and Linol
eum rolaid. All work guaran
teed.
ji'T-i-i-i-rTTTTn i i i iT'i'i'i r
:: DR. H. V ANCEj
The
;; osteopath;;
Rooms 5 and 6 Malony Bldg. ??
? ? Consultation arid Examination -? '
" Free. Phone 262. "
!! Graduate American 8chool of
| Osteopathy, Klrksvtllo, Mo. ||
Seven years' active practice.
Offico hours, 9 to 12 m. 1 to 5
! p. m., or by appointment.
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! ARCTIC BROTHERHOOD. . !
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Juneau Camp, No. 31, meets
evory Tuesday night at eight
o'clock at Moose hall.
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[Bowling?Billiards
at the BRUNSWICK
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* ARE YOU GOING TO BUILD? ? .
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t* Are you going to repnlr your ? <
^ bouse'? See George E. Brown, * \
Contractor & Builder, Douglas + ?
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:: THE HEGG I i
; ; CAPT. P. MADSEN T ?
!! Leaves C. W. Young Co.'s I ?
? ? float every Monday for Kakc t
J I and way ports. Carries mail, T 3
.. passengers and freight. X j
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< > Alaska Furniture S Undertaking 4
Co., Inc. f
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PENANT BREAD
OATMEALROCKS
MOCHA CAKES
at- ;
EUREKA BAKERY j
302 Front St. Phone 2122 ?
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Now is The Time!
To prepare (or the long winter.
Remember those honling Taku
breezes that flit across the
peaceful waters of (jastincau
Channel.
\\c h??c the ciclujoc ai(ency
for CHARTER OAK STOVES
and RANGES on display all the
time.
Satisfaclion Guaranteed
Douglas Hardware Store
Phone 55 J. S. Minkove
I Douglas Undertaking 9
B PAKLOKS I
w Funeral Directors and Gmhalmcrs R
j H. V. SULLY |
HUNTER HOTEL
AMUSEMENT PARLORS
Spenil your leaauro time playing pool
and billiardx. Ynu arc always welcome.
Come rco mo.
L. H. KIEST - DOUGLAS ,
I I I II I I I II S-H-X I 11 I I 1 ! I I _
? When you want ? 1
'< Hardware, Stoves, Fumi- !!
! ture, Carpets, Linoleum, !'
! Sashes, Guns, Electric Sup- 1'
' plies, Trunks, Suit Cases,
! Chinaware, Paints and Oils !!
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: Julius Jensen ::
? Douglas Alaska ? 1
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C W. WINSTEDT
ARCHITECT
SUPERINTENDENT
Sketches Free
Office, Room 7, Garslde Block
Juneau, Alaska.
B. D. STEWART
MINING ENGINEER
U. 8. MINERAL SURVEYOR
P. O. Box 138 - - - Juneau
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Miss Edith Kempthorne
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PIANISTE-L. It. A. M. London
CI.imc.1 Rfiumc Oct. I
I'iano?Harmony
I'hono 3S05 Miss Oiiaron, Cth & Main ? ?
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REMOVAL SALE 1
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To close a lot of broken lines of Merchandise that we do not wish to \
move into the new store, we are making a price for Quick Selling^
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Long Silk Gloves Short Silk Gloves
Long silk gloves in black, tan, brown, gray and Silk gloves in black, tan, grey and brown. Sold J
champagne. Sold at $1.50, Now 95c. at 75c, Now 40c. !
Ladies Hosiery Underwear
Ladies' hose in black lisle and silk lisle. Sold" at Women's and children's underwear in broken sizes. ;
65c to 75c, Now 40c Priced from f4 to '/2 the former prices. <
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Lots of Bargains on Display that space will not permit us to Advertise j
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Men's Suits Boys Suits j
A line of men's suits In smnll sizes only. To close at a TWENTY-FIVE HOYS' SUITS IN THE REMOV- <
big sacrifice, all the famous Hart Schaffner & Marx AL SALE, HROKEN SIZES, FORMERLY <
line. Sizes 34, 35 and 36 only. Former prices $25.00 SOLD FROM $4.00 TO $10.00; SALE PRICE, *
to $35.00, Now $12.50. $2.00. <
ON SALE |
Thursday
Friday and J
Saturday i
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DEPARTMENT STORE j
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ON SALE
Thursday
Friday and
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