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? ALASKA DAILY EMPIRE ?
? Douglas Branch +
? M. A. SNOW. Manager +
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DOUGLAS. Oct. 29.?The Eagles
will give the second of the regular
dances at their hall Saturday night.
The Lyric orchestra will furnish the
music.
Tom.GlUigan will leave for the out
side on the Admiral Evans on her npxt
trip south.
The tax books are finished and now
ready to be placed In the hands of
the treasurer on the first of Novem
ber.
Tb? Henson flats at the rear of the
Hensen building have been completed
and are filled, with the exception of
the Salmonson family, by bachelors.
The new salt water tank, on the
hill is full and in good order. One
of the councilmen stated that the city J
pump pumped the last two feet of
water into the tank In ten minutes.
The Ladles of the Congregational
Church are holding a meeting this af
ternoon.
ANOTHER BIG FEATURE
AT THE LYRIC THEATRE
DOUGLAS. Oct. 29.?Tonight and
tomorrow night the Lyrtch theatre
will show another big feature to its
patrons. The picture is a two-reel
feature entitled: 'The Sins of the
Father" and shows the results of a
father's conduct in the lives of his
children. A very fascinating problem
play. Two more reels, a comedy and
a drama will complete the show. ????
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SHRINERS TO CELEBRATE
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DOUGLAS. Oct. 29.?The Shriners
of Douglas and Juneau have received
the following card:
"Noble: ?
"All Shriners and rheir ladies
are going to be at Odd Fellows
Hall, Friday evening, Oct. 30th,
at 8 p. m. Be sure to coxno. One
thousand dollars fine for non-at
tendance.
"Cards, music, eats, dancing.
(Signed( DAVE KHNZIE,
Secretary.
"Don't forget your Fez."
TREADWELL, Oct. 29.?The new
warehouse on the Treadwell dock is
fast nearlng completion, the roof be
ing practically finished and the sides
being covered as fast as possible.
The City of Seattle left Seattle last
night for the North. She has 169 tons
of freight for Treadwell.
D. J. Wynkoop and* family have
moved from Douglas and aro occu
pying the McHamilton house.
Arrangements aro being made to
j receive tl\e election returns at the
Treadwell Club next Tuesday night.
A special wire will probably be run
1 to the club.
, Next Wednesday night being the
j first Wednesday of the month, a dance
will be given by the Treadwell or
chestra at the club.
The Treadwell Social Dancing Club
will meet for their rum uance at mo
Slavonic Society Hall.
It Is said on good authority that the
plans for a series of football games
between Trendwell and the other side
of the channell have fallen through,
and that there will be no games this
fall.
MOOSE MEET TONIGHT.
The regular meeing of Juneau Lodge
No. 700. L. O. O. M.. tonight (Oct.
29). at S p. m.. Special business and
initiation All members are urgently
requested to attend. Visiting mem'
bers are welcome.
THOS. ?J. McCAUL,
???? Secretary,
Holiday goods arriving on each
boat for the Juneau Drug Company,
KEEP THIS IN MIND.
JUNEAU DRUG CO.
10-2S-tf. 107 Front St. Phone 250,
ORPHEUM HOTEL Xr1
HOUSE OF GOOD ROOMS
Permanent Prices for Permanent Guests for Winter or Summer
* Hot and Cold Water in Each Room Steam Heat
CALL AND GET OUR PRICES
LISTEN
Do yoa realize that winter is at hand, and
that the cold weather and Tnku winds are com
ing,?and that we ha\e to keep warm?so why
not investigate into the heater question today.
The Great Charter Oak
Will Be Found in Our Store
The Juneau Furniture Go.
Juneau'* Only REAL Furniture Store
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;; Fairbanks Rooms j
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? ' rooenAflth bathe, by the day. week or ? ? <
? > moatl Fairrtankc M*8- H. H. WtxuN ? ? <
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VlANO TUNING ]
GEORGE ANDERSON, Piano 4
Expert, the only Resident Piano 4
Expert in Alaska. Yearly Tun- 4
inga. Barragar's P. 0. Store. J
PHONE 3-1
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I; Douglas Opera House Hotel In Co lection |
We serve the BEST BEER 0 C.lacc !i
in Douglas for . . . a. vJ.la.5o
! [ FREE. MOVING PICTURES EVERY NIGHT {j
!) The Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars <,
!! ETE ROLANDO, F'rop. Douglas, Alaska <!
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GROCERIES
MEN'S GOODS
M. J. O'CONNOR Douglas |
Watches!!
$1.00 to $150 Each
HOWARD, WALTHAM
ELGIN, HAMILTON
EQUITY and INGERSOL
An ?lgin 16-size, Seven Jewels, Nickel Case at
So.oO
NEW DESIGNS IN ALASKA JEWELRY
PAUL BLOEDHORN, DOUGLAS, ALASKA
Juneau Music House
JUST RECEIVED ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF BUSH <?. LANE, VVESER
BROS. KNIGHT, BRUIKEROFF, PIANOS, EDISON. VICTOR AND COL
UMBIA TALKING MACHINES.
PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING?Wo make a specialty of this work, by
our competent tuner. All work guaranteed.
... 0. J P. L. GRAVES, Mgr.
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REXALL DRUG STORE FRONT STREET DRUG STORE
Douglas, Alaska. Douglas, Alaska.
ELMER E- SMITH, Prop.
FOOTBALL PLAYERS
ASKED TO REPORT
Arrangements are under way for the
formation of a first-class football team
to represent Juneau during the foot
ball season that Is now under way.
The following notice was issued to
day:
The following men are asked to re
port at the Occidental Hotel barber
shop. at two o'clock Saturday after
noon:
"Anderson, Blossom, Brewstor, Bren
nan, C&llen, Douglas, Healey, Hender
son, Harris. (Chick), Langulllo, 'Momb,
"Spike" Malone, King, Moeser, Pur
cell, Postle, Perkins. Rfeilly, Smith,
Sandstrom, Remmlck, Carmlen, Oer
emit, Shattuck, and Von Valkenberg.
"Arrangements will be made for
these men to be let off at that time.
Details later."
FRAMEITES GET OUT
LEGISLATIVE TICKET
Tho so-called "Progressive Demo
cratic" legislative ticket which con
tains the names of R. B. Oliver, N. J.
Svlndscth, F. Wolland, and P. H. Gan
ty as candidates for the House of
Representatives was promulgated by
the Framite supporters at Ketchikan.
The ballots were printed In tho offlco
of the^Kechikan Mail, and the ticket
was advertised in the columns of that
paper.
Literature in behalf of R. B. Oliver,'
one of the candidates for the House,
has been distributed throughout the
city. It solicits support for him, in
part, because he is a supporter of
Delegate Wlckersham.
There is absolutely no truth in the
Dispatch's statement that the ticket
was put in the field by Charles H.
, Cosgrove.
Representative N. J. Svlndseth says
the ticket Is the result of a conspiracy
to divide the opposition to the Non
, Partisan ticket, whether that is cor
rect or not The Empire has no other
| information than is heie given.
AT THE JUNEAU.
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"Meet me at tho Juneau tonight,"
is becoming a saying around Juneau
and indeed tonight's new bill makes
it a place good enough for any one
to meet at. "
"The Plot Against the Governor,"
is a gripping drama of the day, with
James Cruz, of the "Million Dollar
Mystery" as the governor.
Then there is a delightful Keystone
comedy, and the National Weekly with
its many points of interesting infor
mation.
Among other things, its latest views
for the ladles from "Pnree". Mile.
Violet will entertain in her usual
classy manner, and Prof. Crandall on
his geulne Garnarius violin will ren
der his regular classic. Curtain rises
at 7:30 and 9.00. Two shows. ???
HALOWEEN PARTY
FOR SUNDAY SCHOOL
The Sunday school children of the
Episcopal church will hold their an
nual Haloween party tomorrow even
ing in the basement of the church at
5 o'clock sharp. Over 30 children
will sit down to a typical Haloween
supper. All manner of good things
are to be provided. After supper the
children will amuse themselves with
games and Jack-o-lanters. The enter
tainment will close at 8 p. m.
All children of the Sunday school,
teachers and parents are invited to
the supper and to the entertainment
afterwards.
ELKS TO GIVE BIG
THANKSGIVING BALL
The Juneau Lodge of Elks decided
last night to give a big Thanksgiving
masquerade ball. - A handsome list of
prizes will be awarded to those par
, ticipatlng, and other interesting feat
ures will be presented. The details
will be given to the public from time
to time as they are decided upon.
LADIES GUILD TO MEET.
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r The Ladies Guild of Trinity Epls
I copal church will meet Friday after
noon at two o'clock at the residence
of Mrs. H. L. Faulkner. A full at
tendance is requested.
SKATING RINK PROGRAM.
7:30?Skating all.
Pictures, skating?A breezy West
ern drama.
Moonlight skating; couples only.
Skating; men only. Come on, you
scorchers.
Pictures?skating. Comedy drama.
Skating, pictures. A side splitting
comedy.
Home Sweet Home.
General admission to balcony ten
cents.
This popular amusement place will
open on THURSDAY, OCT. 29th.
10-28-tf.
NOTICE.
The Young People's Society of the
Northern Light Presbyterian Church
will give Its first social Friday even
ing at 8 o'clock. A Halloween party
At this time the election of officers
will take place and tho committee in
chaige most cordially invites all those
who are interested in this work to at
tend this social, and it is important
that a large attendance be there.
The social will be held in the So
cial Hall of the church, corner of 4th
Ave., and Franklin streets.
REV. JOHN B. STEVENS
10-27-41. Pastor.
ROSES
VIOLETS - ,
CARNATIONS i
CHRYSANTHEMUM8 i
Just arrived at JUNEAU DRUG CO. i
Phone 250. Send them to your girl. 4
10-28-2L'
AT YOUR SERVICE^
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Q GENTLEMEN! These new stores of our were arranged with
? an eye to your convenience. 00000
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0We know how valuable time is to you busy men,
and every time-saving device is here. Everything
is arranged for you. You can make a quick Y
selection and know that whatever you purchase will
be delivered when and where you want it. It will be
satisfactory to?or you get your money back. ^ ^
?eSolh? Hart, Shaffner S Marx Clothes
We are making a Leader <lJOC f|A
of this Famous Clothing at ?P^O*V/V/
At this price we offer suits made from Fabrics produced by the best English,
* Scotch and American mills.
Goldstein's Emporium
"EVERYTHING FOR EVERYBODY" IF.T-S CORRECT-we Have i,
RINK OPENS TONIGHT.
Don't forget thnt tho rink will op
en tonight under the new mnnago
I ment. It ha8 been thoroughly reno
i vated. Como and see it. ????
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NEW CORPORATION FILES.
The Alaska Building and Commer
cial company have filed articles of
incorporation with Charles E. David
son. Secretary of the Territory. Tho
capital stock is named at $200,000.
The incorporators are J. W. Martin.
James Wallace, Charles Major, Thom
as D. Glllls, all of Douglas, Alaska,
and Nancy Buskett, of Seattle Heights,
Washington.
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CHILDREN'S MATINEE SATURDAY
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The new management of the rink ;'
will give matinees every Saturday
afternoon, beginning next Saturday,:
for tho pupils of the Juneau public;
school. Skating will cost the pupils
only 15 cents. ??? i ?
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TWO REAL FEATURE
AT GRAND TONIGHT I
Tonight at the Grand Theatre, tae 1
"Soul of a Theft," a two-reel feature
"Rattle of Gettysburg,' annwovsary 1
celebration of Yanks and Rebe's right
ing the old battle over again; cantps !
pitched on the original battlefields at
Gettysburg; Virginia veterans on wall
from which Gen. Pickett began his fa- 1
mous charge, talking over the stirring
events of fifty years ago.
"The Broken Spell.?As in a dream i'
the adventuress listened to her daugh- 1
ter's accusation. By Miss Pearl White f
and Mr. Chester Barnott.
"On Account of a Banana."? Trou- 1
bleB never come singly, as he took (
dawn the telephone receiver. A very *"
good comedy. ???? J
Holiday goods arriving on each
boat for the Juneau Drug Company.
KEEP THIS IN MIND.
JUNEAU DRUG CO.
10-28-tf. 107 Front St. Phone 250.
NOTICE. t
Notice is hereby given that house- j
holders will be required to use met-1 3
al; or metal ^ined. receptacles for
ashes. Wood ash barrels are in vio
lation of the city ordinances; they
are a menace to safety against fires,
and will not be tolerated. An inspec
tion will be made on or about Nov.
1st, 1914, and prosecutions will bo
Instituted where there have been vio
lations of this requirement.
Dated at Juneau, Oct. 27, 191*.
W. M. McBRIDE,
10-27-3L Chief of Police.
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+ NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. * y
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fr Copy Is now being prepared +
* for a new telephone directory * *
fr Subscribers aro requested to * +
b call at the offlco and indicate * +
* any change of name or address * *
* which they wish to appear In * ?
b the new book. + +
b JUNEAU AND DOUGLAS * *
? TELEPHONE CO. * j +
? E. Webster, Mgr. * +
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+ . * *
* NATIONAL DEMOCRACY WANTS BUNNELL. *
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+ Washington, D. C., October 24, 1914. *
* Hon. Clias. E. Bunnell, +
* Democratic Nominee for Delegate to Congress, *
+ Juneau, Alaska. *
+ Every Democrat in Alaska ought to vote for the *
+ Democratic nominee for Congress. +
* FRANK E. DOREMUS, *
+ Chairman Democratic National Cong. Committee. *
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* MARINE NOTES +
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The Adlmral Watson is expectea
from the Westward southbound to
night at midnight.
The Princess Sophia is expected
from Skagway southbound tomorrow
morning at 7 o'clock.
The City^ of Seattle is expected to
arrive from tho south Saturday.
The Dolphin is expected from tho
30Uth Saturday.
The Humboldt sails from Seattle
Saturday.
The Goorgia is in Sitka.
V1ISS KEMPTHORNE ENTERTAINS
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Last night Miss Edith Kempthorne
mtertainfid in honor of Miss Gulick,
)y giving a dancing party in the as
iembly hall of tho McGrath building,
t wvas a very pretty affair. The hall
vas beautifully decorated with flow
>rs and evergreens for the occasion
ind there wa3 excellent music pro
rlded. Everyone present had a de
lghtful time.
Potted plants and frceh cut flowers
it Winter & Pond's. 10-28-tf.
LADIES' AID SOCIETY TO MEET
The Ladles' Aid Society of the Pres
tyterian Church will meet with Mrs.
4. L. Burto^ tomorrow afternoon at
o'clock. ???
ROSES
VIOLETS
CARNATIONS
CHRYSANTHEMUMS
ust arrived at JUNEAU DR.UG CO.
'hone 250. Send them to your girl.
0-28-2t.
NU-BONE CORSETS.
Mrs. T. R. Needham, general man
ger. 340 Franklin Street, corner of
th street. Fittings In tho privacy of
our own home. For appointment
ill up 291.
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The DOUGLAS ROLLER RINK +
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^Commencing Friday, the 16th +
skating every night; Tuee. and *
Fldays for Natives. Saturday 4?
night Is Ladles' NlghL.. : : I ?
Ladles Free. +
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GIFTS THAT GLADDEN.
Wo have made an extra effort this
year to purchase a line of useful as
well as ornamental gifts for thoXmas
trade. Wo now have our full line of
PARISIAN IVORY, the ktnd'that glad
dens the heart on a Xmas morn, which
is ready for your careful Inspection.
We frankly say without hesitation
whatever, that wo positively have the
largest stock of PARISIAN IVORY in
Alaska. It will pay you to make seK
ections now while the stock is com
plete.
Keep your eye on the store with the
"Gifts that Gladden."
BRITT'S PHARMACY,
I The$&XaJHL Store
. Wear
Grossest Shoes
Buy Themjat
?"The Hub"?
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Phone 388 Strictly Flrit Clan
Juneau Construction Co.
Contractors Qstorc nnd office fix- II
===== ^tures. Mission furni
ture. Plaining mill. Wood turning. Bond
sawing. JUNEAO. ALASKA
PRIVATE BUSINESS SCHOOL
Under Supervialon of Prof. H. D. Poor?
Shorthand, Typewriting, Pen- |
manship, Spelling, English
and Letter-writing
Day classed. 10 a. m. to 4 p. tn. Evening
classes. Men,. Wad. and Fri. 7:30 to 9
APARTMENT 6. CLIFF APARTMENTS
Rtl Y
PENANT BREAD
OATMEALROCKS
MOCHA CAKES
AT f
EUREKA BAKERY
302 Front St. Phone 2122
Watch This Space!
Satisfaction
Guaranteed
Douglas Hardware Store
Phone 55 J. S. Minfcove
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I Douglas Undertaking i
I PARLORn , |
fa Funeral Directors and Emhalmcrs ej
j H. V. SULLY g
HUNTER HOTEL
AMUSEMENT PARLORS
Spend your lcasure time playing pool
and billiards. Tou are always welcome.
Come see mo.
L. H. KIEST - DOUGLAS
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C W. W1NSTEDT
ARCHITECT
SUPERINTENDENT
Sketches Free
Office, Room ?, Garslde Block |
Juneau, Alaska.
B. D. STEWART
MINING ENGINEER
U. S. MINERAL 8URVEYOR
P. O. Box '18 ? ? ? Juneau
Bowling?Billiards I
at the BRUNSWICK |

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