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? ALASKA DAILY EMPIRE ?
?> Douglas Branch +
? M. A. SNOW, Manager ?
DOUGLAS, Oct 31.?Great prepara
tions are being made by the younger
generation of Douglas for the celebra
tion of Halloween in the ancient and
honorable style. Needless to say the
older people are taking precautions
against the depredations of the marau
ders.
"Mayor M. J. O'Connor returned yes
terday morning from a campaigning
trip to the North end of tho Division.
The Ladles' Auxiliary of the Alaska
Catholic Club have decided to hold
their Thanksgiving Eve dance at the
Natatorium. Great things are being
planned for the occasion.
A large number of Douglas and
Treadwell Shriners and their famil
ies will attend the big Shrine Club
affair in Juneau Thursday evening.
Hans Anderson received a pony and
wagon on the ferry Thursday after
noon. and the Douglas children look
upon him as a great man than his
namesake. Hans Christian Anderson,
the fairy tale man. The pony was
purchased from Perry Jackson, who
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recently nailed for the States. t
Work at Nevada creek has ceased f
for the winter. i
Owing to next Tuesday being olec- I
tion day, there will be no social at i
the Alaska Catholic Club. Their next I
social will bo given Nov. 10th.
Si8ter Superior and Honoria Kelly j I
left for a visit in Victoria on the Prin-; j
cess Sophia.
John Bruce, vlco president for/Al- i
aska. of the Sons of Norway, arrived i
from Petersburg this raornirg and will
deliver a lecture before tho Sons of I
Norway at tholr meeting place Wed- 1
nesday evening. The subject will be:
"Norway Since 1814." I
Elizabeth and Mamie Feusi. the lit- 1
tie daughters of John Feusi are giving i
a Halloween party this afternoon for
about a dozen of thel^dlttle friends.
Each little girl will be asked to make
a rabbit out of fruit prepared for the
occasion, and the best will be placed I
on exhibition.
All the news of the election will be
received and bulletined at the Hunter
Hotel and Pool Room next Tuesday,
special arrangements having been
made with the cablo office for the re
turns. 10-31-3t.
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The call for football players in
Thursday night's Empire has acted
is a ray of sunshine to the football
nns of Treadwell. Nearly all hope of
i gamo this year had been abandoned,
)ut according to Indications this morn
ng a schedule will bo arranged with
n a few days.
The oil steamer Lancing arrived at
.he Bullion dock Thursday with a car
;o of oil. '
The Treadwell orchestra held a big
rehearsal Thursday night. There
,vero ten members present.
Tonight aside from the regular pic
ture show at the club, Miss Edith
Kompthorne, of Juneau, assisted by
Miss Francis Qullck and a number of
the Camp Fire girls, will provldo a
novel ontertalnmont, consisting of
songs, music and dancing connected
with the Camp Fire work.
The Lansing, which has boen at the
Bullion dock for the past two days un
loading oil, left for the South at noon
today.
A largo number of Shrlners from
Treadwell and Douglas attended their
social in Juneau last night.
FIVE REEL SHOW AT
LYRIC SUNDAY NIGHT
DOUGLAS, Oct. 31.?Five reels of
first class pictures will be shown at
tho Lyric Theatre on Sunday night,
aud the Lyric orchestra will furnish
popular music. Tho program Is:
1?2. "A Romance of Photography"
A two-reel Victor play featuring Flor
ence Lawrence.
3. "For the Love of Mable."?A
Keystone farce.
4. "The Surrender." ?A Powers
film featuring Jennie McPherson.
5. "Scenes From the Gettysburg
Encampment" " ????
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FEUD BETWEEN ITALIANS
RESULTS IN BAD INJURY
TREADWELL, Oct. 31.?Baptista I
Dalzadelli is in the hospital suffering
front /silriouc contusions about the
head and Albert Rosselll is in Juneau
awaiting a hearing In the Commission
er's Court on a charge of assault, as
the result of an altercation between
tho two men last Thurcday night.
The two men were roommates at
the Mexican boarding house.
Rosselli's hearing will take place on
Monday afternoon in Commissioner
.Marshall's court.
TREADWELL SOCIAL DANCING
CLUB'S NOVEL ENTERTAINMENT
TREADWELL, Oct. 31. ? Tho fifth
dance given by the Treadwell Social
Dancing Club, which Is under the di
rection of Mrs. C. C. Strong, of Ju
neau, was given Thursday night at J
the Slavonian-hallf Tho dance was a
decided novelty," jfs everyone attend
ing wore a grotesque hat of his own
design and Hfittorn. Persons at
tending say that Treadwell people
have wonderful imaginations?ideas
that would do credit to a Paris de
signer. For a grand march, Mr.
Strong played. "Where Did You Get
That Hat?"
LADIES GUILD OF
THE TRINITY CHURCH
The Ladies' Guild, of the Trinity
Church will hold their annual bazaar
and goodie sale Saturday Nov. 14,1914.
The sale will be held at W. W. Tay
lor's Candy Store.
The ladies will have many dainty
and practical Christmas gifts for sale.
MATINEE AT RINK
SUNDAY AFTERNOON
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Matinee at the Rink, tomorrow ni
ternoon, beginning at 2:30 o'clock. A
complete change of program.
SHRINE CLUB ENTERTAINS
The Southeastern Alaska Shrine
Club gave its first social last night
to Shriners and their ladies in the as
sembly rooms of Odd Fellows hall.
It was a largely attended and a bril
liant affair and everyone present had 1
a most enjoyable time.
DOLPHIN ARRIVALS.
The Dolphin arriving from the south
this morning, brought the following |
passengers for Juneau: H. R. Dobbs, ,
F. L. Dentt, S. J. Arneson, wife and '
child, Mrs. M. Bodeman, May Thom
as, Mrs. C. Cameron, A. Cameron, Mrs
F E. Thomas, Mrs. M. T. Cargill, Miss ,
L Ward. M. Sullivan, and one second ,
class. j
AT THE ORPHEUM TONIGHT |]
"The Runaway Freight"?An excit- i
ing two-reel Kalem feature. ]
"The Dr. Romance" is a pretty dra- 1
ma by the Lubin Co., i
"He's a Lawyer," and "Bunny's birth- <
lay" are two laughable comedies for <
Sunday and Monday. 1
For the first time in Juneau the ?
Hearst Selig News Weekly will be ?
;iven, showing all the late events. 1
\'o. 5. of "Who Will Marry Mary" and c
:he last but not least, another two- r
;>art comedy with the same clever en- a
ertainers that created so much laugh f
ast Sunday, entitled "Jerry's Mothor
n-law." t
Coming. "Quo Vadis" in eight reels, r
Reserved seats for this big production c
vill be placed on sale at the Post "
)ffice Store soon. ???? s
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"A FORGOTTEN MELODY." t
"Found at the Juneau Theatre, This
powerful melodrama will be shown
onight for the first time in Juneau v
ir any part of Alaska. There are a
wo reels of thrills, and heart-throbs. 1
is a fit setting for this beautiful play
Tof. Crandall will play, "The Broken 4
lelody." 4
Then there is a beautiful picture, 4
xtravaganza "Once Upon a Timo," 4
nd another good one, "The Bully," 4
nd the last but not least. Ford Ster- 4
ng in his side-splitting "Schnitz, the 4
'ailor." 4
Mile, Violet has a couple of beauties 4
>r this evening. 4
Curtain raises at 7:30 and 9:00. Two
lows. ???
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J I Wrile Phone or Call on . ,
il W. J. BARNES, 115 Seward St. ii
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Hot and Cold Water in Each Room Steam Heat
CALL AND GET OUR PRICES
LISTEN
Do you realize that winter is at hand, and
-.hat the cold weather and Taku winds are com
ing,?and that we have to keep warm?so why
not investigate into the heater question today.
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| PIANO TUNINGf
<? GEORGE ANDERSON, Piano *
J* Expert, the only Resident Piano Z
<, Expert in Alaska. Yearly Tun- ?
O ings. Barragar's P. 0. Store. T
PHONE 54 Z
Douglas Opera House Hotel In | >nncction ^ |
We serve the BEST BEER ? Cllacc I
in Douglas for . . . OC a.
! ; FREE MOVING PICTURES EVERY NIGHT
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I GROCERIES 1
MEN'S GOODS ?
J M. J. O'CONNOR Douglas j
Watches!!
$1.00 to $150 Each
HOWARD, WALTHAM '
ELGIN, HAMILTON
EQUITY and INGERSOL !
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An Elgin 16-size, Seven Jewels, Nickel Case at
So.oO i
NEW DESIGNS IN ALASKA JEWELRY \
PAUL BLOEDHORN, DOUGLAS, ALASKA
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Juneau Music Houses
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JUST RECEIVED ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF BUSH & LANE, WESER 3
BROS. KNIGHT, BRUIKEROFF, PIANOS, EDISON, VICTOR AND COL
UMBIA TALKING MACHINES.
PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING?We make a specialty of thla work, by *
our competent tuner. All work guaranteed. ji
J P. L. GRAVES, Mgr. T
REXALL DRUG STORE FRONT STREET DRUG STORE
Douglas, Alaska. Douglas, Alaska.
ELMER E. SMITH, Prop. si
FINANCE REPORT
IS SUBMITTED
At last night's special meeting of ,
the city council City Clerk E. \V. Pet
tit 'submitted a partial report of the
present administration's receipts and
disbursements covering the period
from April.11, 1914, to Oct 28, 1914.
Tho report shows the total expendit
ures already made to bo J103.359.76
and the receipts to be J92.376.73. thus
crentlng an overdraft of J10.9S3.03 to
date. There nre outstanding warrants
amounting to $15.532.55 and a balance
in the general fund subject to warrant
amounting to J4.449.52.
The greatest source for Receipts
was of course the city tax rolft which ,
produced J55,709.75. License mon- 1
oys from the clerk of tho district
court furnished the next big item am
ounting to J21.309.45. Fines and for-, |
feiturcs produced J1.556.50. Automo- !
bile taxes brought in J140; motorcy
cles, J20; dog taxes, $211; applications
for buildings pormlts, J331.90. Thej!
wharfage earnings Amounted to J3,-i
780.70, and the sale of coal produced
J6.699.28. Popular subscription on ac-i
count of the fire truck brought In
J850, and the Dow pump was sold for
J400. (
The heaviest disbursements were;
for outstanding warrants due on
April 11, amouting to J37.654.72; '
new street improvement amounting to
J24.768.20; public schools, J10.661.67; .
tvharf account, repairs, salaries and
umnlies. S5.766.85: coal. J3.958.30; fire
Jepartment, Including purchase of au
:o truck, $4,143.36; police department. 1
12,915.47; clerk's office, $1,508.85; ; s
lealth department, including smallpox -
:ases, $1,235.10; interest on outstand- "
ng warrants, $2^061.56; assessment j
ind collection of taxes, $675.70; ex-:
jenso city election, $230.40; expenses!
naintenance city hall, including the |
school rooms, $385.30; Indigent ac-i
:ount, $336.65; general street and sew- !
;r repair, $3,367.69; washing streets, ,
1230.00; street lights, $843.85; cit>v"
kuditors, $200; street commissioner's
talary, $815.00; city engineer's salary,
>69.82; collection dog tax, $186.31;
ihimney inspector, $60.65; expense
?ock crusher, $1,389.32; building in
ipector, $179.15; drayago of rubbish i
rom streets, $73.90.
There remain some accounts that I
lave not yet been Incorporated in the
?eport on some work that is yet un- >
ompleted. It Is expected that a full I
ind complete raport will be issued ?
oon. The report made last evening |!
k-as for the guidance of members of ?
he city council. !
Wheeler Building Inspector.
Stroet Commissioner J. H. Wheeler !
.as appointed building inspector to \
ttend to tho duties of tho office until ! !
urther arrangements are made. | j
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? The DOUGLAS ROLLER RINK +|"
> ^Commencing Friday, the 16th + j j
?katlng every night; Tuns, and * !
Fldays for Natives. Saturday 4* J '
night la Ladles' Night. : ? I ? ?
> I Ladles Free. ? j j
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"All of the news all the time." ??' +
MISS WOLCOTT GIVES
HALOWEEN PARTY
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Last night Miss Vidn Wolcott en
tertained a party of high school girls
and boys at the home of Mrs. H. P.
Raymond, at 52D East Fifth street.
The evening was greatly enjoyed.
Special at Goldstein's Emporium to
morrow.?Cane' sugar at $6 25 per'
sack. 10-30-tf.
FOR RENT.?Completely furnished
steam-heated house. Enquire at once. J
Mrs. D. A. Epsteyn, 326 Second St.
10-30-tf.!
SOCIALIST RALLY.
The Juneau Socialists will hold ai
rally at Odd Fellowfc Hall tonight.;
Marry Loronzen, Socialist candidate I
for Senator and A. B. Callaham, So
:hilist candidate for Representative,
ind Mrs. Lena Morrow Lewis will |
speak. 10-31-lt.
WOULD PURCHASE small parcel
)f lot (back end) about 15 by 20. Close
n. Not over $200 cash. Apply P. O.
Box 901. Juneau. ???
WANTED.?Work by day or hour.
By Colored woman. Enquire Mr. Moae
jlevator man, Goldstein's Bldg. 10-31-1
Special sale ot potted plants today
it Wintor & Pond'B.
tarnations 75 cents per dozen today
it Winter ft Pond's.
EOR RENT.?Three room apart
nents with range and bath. Franklin
Street. Phono 274 Wettrlck. 10-31-lt
C. W. WiNiTEDT
ARCHITECT
SUP! R1NTENDENT
Sketches Free
Office, Room 7, Gorslde Block
Junecu, Alaska. I
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B. D. STEWART
MINING ENGINEER
U. 8. MINERAL SURVEYOR
P. O. Box 1S8 ? ? ? Juneau
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AT THE GRAND THEATRE. ;
"When Sherman Marched to the 1
Sea"?Three reel Bison feature at the
Grand Theatre tonight.
Tonight's big. interesting and cxcit- "
ing 101 Bison, three-reel feature is
the great historical production from
the Civil War.
Some thrilling action is seen in this
production, and with that little side
play, that touches the heart, after see
ing tho big battle.
You all know the story, come and
see it in the movies.
Gaumont Weekly.?Another one of
those very interesting events from all
parts of tho world. Always good.
"Belmont Stung.", and "College
Chums," are tho ending and laugh
able comedies. They got tho bottles
mixed, thaffe all.
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Juneau Construction Co.
Contractors gs tore and office fix- II
: -"turcs. Mission furni
ture. I'luinintr mill. Wood turninir. Band
nawinir. JUNEAU. ALASKA
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Douglas Undertaking 8
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