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JUNEAU YOUNG MEN HAVE
BUSINESS IN TENAKEE
Nick A gram and Al. Clark, two
young Alaskans, who are well known
In Junneau where they formerly lived:
for a long time have established them
selves in business at Tenakee and are
doing well. They havo a pool andi
billiard parlor which is one of the
most popular amusemeut places in
that town.
RINK OWNERS PLEASED
WITH OPENING ATTENDANCE
The Alaska Amusement Company,
new owners of the Jaxon rink, are
well pleased at the large attendance
at the opening night of the great
amusement palace, following the ex
tensive repair work that was done on
the place.
CHILDREN'S DANCING CLASS
COMMENCES SATURDAY
The first term of dancing for chll-j
? dren will commence Saturday In the
Moose hail at 10 a. m. Besides her
thorough training in social dancing
with the Castles. Miss Gulick has had
training under Miss Elizabeth Bur
chenal, who is one of the leaders in
New York in the folk dance move
menL also under Miss Oilman of the
Gilbert school.
The course for children is to con
sist of a series of eight lessons. Dur
ing the winter Miss Gulick will give
exhibitions of the work the children
have accomplished. All parents are
welcome to visit tho classes.
Special at Goldstein's Emporium to
morrow.?Cane sugar at 56.25 per
sack. 10-30-lt.
WANTED?
Ladies to inspect our new stock of
Parisian Ivory at the?
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CAMP FIRE GIRLS AT j
TREADWELL SATURDAY '
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TREADWELL. Oct. 30.?On Satur-'
day night the Camp Fire Girls of Ju
neau will appear at the Trer.dwell club
at 7:30. Miss Edith Kcmpthorno and
Miss Frances Gullck will be In cere
monial costume and will demonstrate
Camp Fire activities. Miss Gulick will
make Are without matches and will
also dance the Russian folk dance
Kamarinskala.
DOUGLAS MAN GOES
INTO BUSINESS HERE
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Lorenzo Teppa, who was formerly
engaged in the mercantile business in
Douglas, has rented the storeroom In
the Cheney building .recently vacated
by Mendham's Jewelry store, and is
putting -in a stock of shoes, and |
gentlemen's furnishing goods. He will;
also conduct a shoo repair shop in con
i nectlon.
O'CONNOR CUTS ATTACKS
OUT OF ADVERTISING
The advertisement of the Non-Par
tisan ticket, which appears in the
Douglas Island News under the por
trait of Mayor M. J. O'Connor. Non
Partisan candidate for Territorial
Senator, is different from that which
appears in the printed matter emlnat
Ing from Non-Partisan headquarters at
f Juneau. The attacks on the Demo
crats have been censorized out of it.
LEAVING ON WATSON.
The following have engaged passage
on the Admiral Watson, sailing south
from Juneau this evening: F. L. Kline,
Y. Yashimachi. Mrs. Matthews, James
J. Ryan. Frank Buck, and 12 second
class.
T. Yashimachi, editor of the Japan
ese newspaper in Seattle, who came
1 to Juneau to act as interpreter dur
ing the Yamashita and Yamaguchi
. murder trials, has engaged passage for
: the south on the Admiral Watson.
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ORPHEUM HOTEL ? '"
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 you realize that winter is at hand, and
that the cold weather and Taku winds are com
ing,?and that we ha\e to keep warm?so why
not investigate into the heater question today.
Ptie Great Charter Oak
Will Be Found in Our Store
The Juneau Furniture Co.
Juneau's Only REAL Ffcrniture Store
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f PIANO TUNING!
[<? GEORGE ANDERSON. Piano <?
Expert, the only Resident Piano 0
o Expert in Alaska. Yearly Tun- < ?
? inRS. BarraRar's P. 0. Store. * J
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: Douglas Opera House Hotel In Co lection T I
We serve the BEST BEER ? CJ^QQ il
in Douglas for . . . ** V-Jldoo
FREE MOVING PICTURES EVERY NIGHT 3!
! \ The Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars < >
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GROCERIES J
MEN'S GOODS
M. J. O'CONNOR Douglas
Watches!!
$1.00 to $150 Each
HOWARD, WALTHAM
ELGIN, HAMILTON
EQUITY and INGERSOL
An Elgin 16-size, Seven Jewels, Nickel Case at
So.oO
NEW DESIGNS IN ALASKA JEWELRY
PAUL BLOEDHORN, DOUGLAS, ALASKA
Juneau Music House:
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JUST RECEIVED ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF BUSH <t LANE, WESER f
BROS. KNIGHT, BRUIKEROFF, PIANOS, EDISON, VICTOR AND COL- n
UMBIA TALKING MACHINES. e
PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING?Wo make a specialty of thle work, by t]
our competent tuner. All work guaranteed.
L. GRAVES, Mgr.
REXALL DRUG STORE FRONT STREET DRUG STORE bl
Douglas, Alaska. Douglas, Alaska. di
ELMER E. 3MITH. Prop. g<
COL RICHARDSON
HELPS JUNEAU
Through the co-operation of Col.
\V. P. Richardson, of tho Alaska Road
commission with the Juneau city gov
ernment street Improvement of con
siderable magnitude has been accom
plished In Juneau within tho past few
weeks. This work consists of the
openlns of tho street leading from
WlUoughby Avenue to the. Salmon
Creek government road, a long stretch
passing through the Casey-Shattuck
addition. But thin Is not all. The road
commission crew has gravelled this
bit of the new roadway for tho en
tire distanco until It is hard and dry
as a good turnpike; also the road
commission crew, under tho superin
tendency of J. C. Hayes, has gravelled
the street running from the Salmon
Creek road up through the Casoy-Shat
tuck addition to the governor's house
on tho Calhound road with a j
heavy coating of gravel, until It Is
practically a sound macadmized thor
oughfare. Under the arrangement
made between Mayor John Reck and
Col. W. P. Richardson, the City of Ju
neau gets the sendees of Supt. J. C.
Hayes and the teams nnd outfits of
the road commission free. All the
city has to pay for is the wages to
the crew and the feed for the teams.
People living In Xarth Juneau and
those living beyond, who are compell
ed to travel over these streets are par
ticularly pleased with the work that
has been and is being done They have
been at it now for nbout four weeks
and anther few days will see it all
completed.
Down Town Streets.
The city government has also been
doing considerable street -t improve
ment in the down town streets. Both
Second and Third streets have been
repaved with planking from Main to
Gold street, and Seward street has
been repaved with planking from
Front street to' Third street. The
roadway has been paved with plank
ing from the corner of Fourth and
Maine to connect with the planking
on Calhoun road near Dixon street.
" A PLOT AGAINST THE
GOVERNOR"
Is a strong modern drama, in which
the inner workings of "Crooked poli
ticians and graters are vividly brought
out. The play is plentifully filled with
situations where one feels a suspic
ious feeling in his throat, and the
climax, where James Cruze acts hi?
own part, and also that of his cotisln,
at the same time is immense.
The Mutual Weekly, as usual, is a
hit. bringing one in touch Vith the
"doings" all over tfco world.
At tho "Juneau" tonight are ama
teurs. You owe it to yourself not to
miss this evening's show?it's sure a
winner.
Change tomorrow.
Curtain raises 7:30. ?9:00. Two
shows ????
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J J. Ryan, v-ell known Katallaite,
who has been visiting in Juneau for
the past few days has engaged pas
sage for the south on the Admiral
Watson.
T. M. Daulton, well known mining
operator of the Atlln section, Is a
southbound passenger aboard the Prin
cess Sophia, enroute to his home in
Seattle.
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4 The DOUGLAS ROLLER RINK 4
4 4
4 ^Commencing Friday, the 16th 4
4 skating every night; Tues. and 4
4 Fldays for Natives. Saturday 4
4 night is Ladles' Night. : : : 4
4 Ladles Free. 4
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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 the 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
10-27-4t. Pastor.
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
comody.
Home Sweet Home.
General admission to balcony ton
cents.
This popular amusement place will
open on THURSDAY, OCT. 29th.
10-28-tf. '
rWO REAL FEATURE
AT GRAND TONIGHT
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Tonight at the Grand Theatre, the a
Soul of a Theft," a iwo-reel feature e
'Battle of Gettysburg,' anniversary v
elebratlon of Yanks and Robe's fight, ?
ng the old battle over again: camps o
etched on the original battlefields at t
iettysburg; Virginia veterans on wall ii
rom which Gen. Pickett began his fa- s
louH charge, talking over the stirring h
vents of fifty years ago. r
"The Broken Spell.?As in a dream a
te adventuress listened to her daugh- s
ir's accusation. By Miss Pearl White
nd Mr. Chester BarnetL w
"On Account of a Banana."? Trou- g
les never come singly, as he took S
iwn the tolephone receiver. A very
jod comedy.
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+ THE PARAMOUNT ISSUE. ?
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? Juneau, Oct. 29.?To the Edi- 4*
tor: +
4> As the election approaches, 4*
?> the voters of Alaska should *
4* clearly realize tho real and 4*
.4* paramount IsSiie they are to 4*
?> decide. That Issue is: Do the 4>
4> people of Alaska approve of 4
4* the Alaska policy of th^Demo- 4
4* cratic party? Do they want 4*
4* that policy continued and car- ?
4? ried out? ? 4>
4? For forty years, after we ac- 4*
4? qired Alaska, it suffered from 4
4? neglect. For the following six 4
4* or seven years it suffered still 4*
more* from tho pernicious ac- 4?
* tlvity of tho last two Republi- 4
? can administrations. What the 4?
4- Democrats have done within 4
4* tho past 18 months and pro- 4>
4? pose to do in the future is 4*
4- known to all. 4*
4> Every voter who approves of 4*
4? what the Democrats have done 4*
4* and of their announced policy 4*
4* for the future should signify it 4*
4- by voting tho Democratic tick- 4?
4> et. Every voter who disap- 4?
4- proves of what the Democrats 4
4? have done and of their an- 4
4- nounced policy for tho future 4*
+ should vote for the Independ- 4?
4* ent candidate for Congress and 4
4* the Republican (otherwise Non- 4
4? Partisan) Legislative ticket. 4
4. No amount of the usual 4*
* campaign claptrap should be ?
4- delivered to obscure this, the ?>
4* real Issue: That a voto for 4*
+ the Democratic ticket is a 4
+ vote of approval of the Demo- .<?
* cratic policy Yor Alaska; and a *
* vote for its opponents Is a voto 4?
+ of disapproval of that poll- ?
4- cy. *
4? Let us not deceive ourselves. 4?
+ Unless the Democratic ticket Is ?
* elected, every oppouent in ?
4? Washington of .Mr. Wilson's 4
4? broad-minded, statesmanlike 4*
4* program for the development 4*
4? of this country, will point to 4>
4- the result of the election as $ 4*
* sure sign that the people of 4
* Alaska oppose that program. 4
4> Stript of all non-essentials 4>,
fr this is the choice Alaska must 4* j
* "Tiiake next Tuesday. 4*|
?5- ALASKAN. 4
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?BILLY" LAWSON BACK
FROM PROSPECTING TRIP
"Uncle Billy" Lawson, one of the old
1st of the pioneer residents of Juneau,
md one of the best known of the
larly pioneer prospectors, who has
vorked the streams of Alaska from
Silver Bow Basin down the Yukon and
m to the Arctic, has just returned
rom a prospecting trip of somo weeks
a the section south of Juneau. '?) He
ays that he found some very prom
dng looking rock in place that car
led values amounting to $10 in gold
nd considerable more than that in
liver.
He will lay up in Juneau for the
'Inter, according to present plans and
et down to the proporty again next
pring.
"All of the news all tho time."
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+ NATIONAL DEMOCRACY WANTS BUNNELL. *
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+ Washington, D. C., October 24, 1914. *
+ Hon. Chas. 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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j The Admiral Watson was reported
by. wireless as due at 4 p. m, today
southbound.
. The Mariposa loft Cordova south
bound at 5 o'clock this morning and
should be here Sunday morning.
The Dolphin was in Wrangell at
11:30 this morning and should arrive
! tonight.
The City of Seattle should arrivo
from the south tomorrow.
The Humboldt sails from Seattle to
morrow.
The Georgia is due from Sitka to
morrow.
The Princess Sophia sailed South
! this morning.
Special at Goldstein's Emporium to
morrow.?Cane sugar at $6 25 per
sack. 10-30-tf.
C. W. WiNSTEDT
ARCHITECT
SUPF H1NTENDENT
S! etches Free
Office, Rccr> ?, Gnrslde Block
Juneau, Alaaka.
B. D. STEWART
MINING ENGINEER
U. 3. MINERAL SURVEYOR
P. O. Box ^88 ? ? ? Juneau
Everybody reads the Empire. Ad
vertise in it.
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Wear j
Crossefl Shoes ??
Buy Tficm'at
?"The Hub"?
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Phone 388 Strictly First Glass m
Juneau Construction Co.
Contractors flStore nnd office fix
===== 51 tures. Mission furni
ture. I'lnininK mill. Wood turning. Bnnd
rawing. JUNEAU. ALASKA
Start the Day Right with 11
a Break fast oj 11
Armours |:
"STAR" BACON | j
Bowling?Billiards
at the BRUNSWICK
AT YOUR SERVICE
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0 GENTLEMEN! These new, stores of our were arranged with
an eye to your convenience. ^ ^ ^ ^ ?
HI We 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 o
\ , selection and know tbat whatever you purchase will
be delivered when and where you want it. It will be
satisfactory to?or you get your money back. ^ ^
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S^eVf? Hart, Shaffner 8 Marx Clothes
We are making a Leader (?OC
of this Famous Clothing at
At this price we offer suits made from Fabrics produced by the best English,
Scotch and American mills.
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Goldstein's Emporium
"EVERYTHING FOR EVERYBODY" 1F'rs correct-w. Havei,
Watch This Sp ace!
Satisfaction
? Guaranteed
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Douglas Hardware Store
Phone 55 J. S. Mintovc
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Douglas Undertaking [
PARLOR S= I
Funeral Directors and Embalmcrs B
H. V. SULLY |
HUNTER HOTEL
AMUSEMENT PARLORS
Spend your loaauro tiroo playing pool
nnd billiards. You aro always welcome. _
Come see me.
L. H. KIEST - DOUGLAS
? When you want
Hardware, Stoves, Furni- !
ture, Carpets, Linoleum, !
Sashes, Guns, Electric Sup- !!
plies, Trunks, Suit Cases, !
Chinaware, Paints and Oils !!
sco mo
Julius Jensen;;
Douglas Alaska ? ?
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Special Sale of Graniteware I
? FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY j j
Prices 10c to 35c
Sauce Pans, Pieplates, Soap Dishes, Soup Bowls, Pudding Pans, ? ?
; Cups, Dippers for Serving Kettles, Milk Pans, Bake Pans, Wash ;;
; Basins, Covered Buckets, Water Pails, Teakettles, Dish Pans, ;;
; Cereal Cookers. * v ? ?
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