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OLD TIMER STRAINS
NECK SEEING SIGHTS
"I don't know whether I am In Now
York or Chicago, but I am sctt'sficd
that Juneau %Ql be a permanent
camp."" said Mose Souscher*nu this j
morning aftor he had all but dlsloca'ed
his uecl; In gazing at the n ?'dsteih
building. Souschorcau has been ab
sent from Juneau over a year, and al
though ho has been back in town two
days he says the skyscrapers built
during his sojourn at Dry Bay have
got him guessing.
The timo is not so far past when
Souschereau and Jake Rice, and oth
ers of the old-timers, usod to sit In
front of tho Opera House and be able
to see the skyline over the old Gold
stein building without stretching their
spinai column.
It will be remembered that when the
Goldstein building started to rise, last
summer. Jake Rice complained bit
terly of the destruction of the old land
marks. So docs Souschereau.
EXPERT HERE TO CHECK
ALASKA-GASTINEAU BOOKS
D. A. Torrey, representing Price,!
Waterhouse company, arrived on the
Mariposa, to examine the accounts of
the Alaska Gastineau Mining Com-;
pany as a yearly check. The auditing;
is a custom the company has follow
ed since the first development work
was launched nearly throe years ago.;
COUNCIL INVESTIGATING
CHARGES AGAINST POLICE
There w?3 a special mooting of tho
city council last night for the consid
eration of chargos against tho police
department The statemont of Harry
Grove, recently removed from the
force by Chief of Police McBrlde, was
takon. Patrolman" Gilpatrlck, a deut
zen of the underworld and "Charley"
Frcegrove, the messenger boy, made
statements.
The charges involve tho attitude of
tho police toward gambling and those
who are alleged to make thoir living
ofT of fallen women, and rumors of
graft in connection with the same.
The city council decided to continuo
the investigation until tho next meet
ing of tho council.
NEW BOOKS RECEIVED.
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Mrs. D. Z. McClelland, city librarian,
has acknowledged receipt of new
books from Mr. Leigh, Judgo R. W.
Jennings. Mrs. R. W. Baxter of Seat
tic, Mrs. Charles Goldstein, Mrs. Geo.
Stowell, Mrs. P. J. Mahone. Mrs. W.
E. NowoB, Mrs. H. J. Ffsher and Mrs.
Henry Brio of Douglas.
Among the new titles acquired are
Wood's Natural History, "Bob Hamp
ton of Placer," by Parrlsh, "Origin of
Species," by Darwin, and "Barrack
room Ballads," Kipling, in addition to
a largo variety of chlldrens books.
Empire ads reach most readers.
PRESIDENT SNOW WRITES
OF 80URD0UQH FESTIVAL
A "Sourdough festival" will bo hold
In Seattle on February 22, according to
a letter received this morning by J. A.
Snow from his brother, George ?.
Snow, former Junoau realdont, who Is
president of tho Seattle branch of
tho Yukon Ordor of Pioneers, under
whose auspice; the festival will bo
MRS. RAGAN ILL.
Mrs. Stevo Ragan of Halno3 recent
ly underwent a surgical operation at
the Mission hospital, Haines, but at
Inst reports was recovering nlcoly. '
SPENCE RETURNS.
\V. E. Spence, U. S. attorney at Val
doz, who went to Washington In hopes
of securing appointment as judge of
tho Fourth Judicial division, .passed
through to Valdoz on tho Mariposa.
CHISANA MINER &UES FOR
TYING UP BANK ACCOUNT
SEATTLE, Jan. 20.?Fletcher T.
Hamshaw. well known in the White
River district of Alaska as one of
tboso who wero first on tho ground
when the gold strike at Chlsana was
mado three years ago, started suit in
the Superior Court yostorday to re
cover $15,885 as damages from F. G.
Manloy, J. J. Price, John L. McGinn,
and E. J. Ives. Mr. Hamshaw says he
was damaged in that amount when the
defendants, by mistake, garnishees!
his account at the Scandinavlan-Amorl
can bank, September 8, 1914, and cur
tailed his mining operation at Chls
ana. Mr. Hawshaw says In his com
plnint that ho had a bale.ico of $2,
500 to his credit at tho Scandinavian
American bank, when the defendants
obtained a garnisheo writ. Tho gar
nishee was voluntarily dismissed by
tho defendants on Scptembor 12, whon
tho mistake was discovered, but that
on September 20, tho dofondants had
$2,390.75 of his money in their pos
session which they refused to deliver
to him. At that time ho was engaged
in extensive placer mining operations
at Chisana and required the money to
maintain his credit.
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* AMONG THE THEATRE8. ?
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ORPHEUM?House of Quality.
Perils of Pauline.
A pacltod houso witnessed tho 7th
episode of the Perils of Pauline which
was surely exciting. Tonight la your
last opportunity to sco this episode.
In addition tho Patho Dally Nows,
showing late war events. Tho Heart
of Maggio Malonc is a good"SolIg dra
ma. *The Speeders Rovonge la a
laughablo Vltagraph comedy and com
pletes the jthow.
j Friday and Saturday another Pathe
i Dally Nows, showing lato ovonta and
the oxtra good, thrce-rool Edison fea
ture. "Tho Necklace of Ramosls."
GIANTS vs ATHLETICS.
Championship Games Played in Dec.,
1913, In Two Parts at Grand
Theatre Tonight
Do you like baseball? If you do,
come to the Grand theatro tonight and
see some of your favoriteB in an ex
citing two-reel championship gamo be
tween the Giants and tho Atholtlcs, the
moat exciting games evor witnessed.
Thousands of peoplo witnessed It. Tho
management tried to get this feature
a long way back, but could not do It,
as it was In so great a demand In the
States.
Como and meet John McGraw, Con
nie Mack, the noted baseball mag
nates; see tho full 10 Innings of all
the games, and keops you all alive,
thrilling! oxclting!
j In addition a crackorjack Univer
sal drama Is shown, The Anarchist,
with tho world's noted actor, King
Baggot of tho Univorsal program.
The" Girl of tho Golden West ? A
Powers burlesque, a roaring comody.
Romcmber the Grand tonight
Friday?amateur night. Como and
sco the fun. ???
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? MARINE NOTEG ?
v
The Admiral Evans Is duo tomorrow
from Seattle.
Tho Princess May sailed south this
morning.
Tho Mariposa arrived from Seattle
la'st evening and proceeded to Soward,
at midnight.
The freight steamer Cordova is due
noxt week.
Tho Jefferson loaves Seattle tomor
row night.
Tho City of Seattle will be duo to
arrive, from Seat*lo Saturday. \
FILES SUIT FOR DEBT.
Charles Goldstein has sued C. Sher
man for $27.25, with interested, alleged I
to bo duo on goods delivered.
D. N.'McDonald has sued tho Pa
cific Coast & Norway Packing com
pany of Petersburg on two notes, to
taling $1404.89, Including costs and
fees.
HUSBAND VERY LOW.
Mrs. Ed. Salmon of Douglas loft on
tho Princess May this morning for Vic
toria, B. C., having been advised that
hor husband, who was taken to the
Canadian city soveral monthB ago, is
not expected to llvo through the wcok.
TEACHER8 ENTERTAIN.
Miss F. Gotcholl and MIbb Bruce en
tertained Informally at tholr apart
ments In the Now Cain last ovenlng.
Among the guests were soveral of the
grado teachers of the public schools.
DUNKLE BRINGS BRIDE.
Wesley Earl Dunkle, field agent for
the Alasak Syndicate, was In town last
evening, a passonger on tho Mariposa
to Cordova, accompaniod by Mrs. Dun
kle, who is a bride of a month. The
couple wore married in tho East Mrs.
Dunkle formerly was stenographer in
the Bonanza mine at Kennecott
Announcement of the wedding re
cently was published In The Empire.
BASKETBALL FRIDAY NIGHT.
Friday night tho Juneau high and
:ho Alaska Supply Co. will tangle In
i game of baskotball at tho Juneau :
ftlnk. This possibly will bo tho last
fejne played by the high school team
>efore beginning their sorio3 with {
Douglas. The Alaska Supply Co. Is ,
somposed of old stars who will try
ind show how tho game should bo
5XCLUSIVE STATIONERY at Butler,
Jauro Drug Co., 96 Front St, phone k
34. free delivery. 1-22-6L
Fresh flowers, plants and ferns, at
Vlnter & Pond. 1-28-tf. g
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? PERSONAL MENTION *
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Mr. and Mra. Oak Olson aro back
from SoattlO, whoro thoy spont tho
holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Donahuo of Val
dcz passed through to their homo, on
tho Mariposa last night
J. J. Prlco, Interior mining man, who
is associated .with Frank Manloy, Is a
passenger on tho Mariposa to Cordova,
enrouto to the headwaters of tho Chlt
ina river to prospect somo now ground.
Georgo Sinclair left this morning
for a vacation visit to tho Outsldo.
X M. Linden, son of an orango grow
er of Portorvlllo, Calif., is a visitor In
tho city. Ho expects to go to Nomo
this summer.
Judge Fred M. Brown of tho United
States court, Third division, Is a guest
at tho Alaskan hotel.
A. A. McDermott Is roglstorocTat tho
Now Cain from Petersburg.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cramer, R. E.
Turnnr nnr? TJ P Wrt*/ln?r '.11 rvf Qnnf.
tlo, aro guests at the Now Cain.
A1 Dowllng, doputy marshal at Val
doz, Is a Mariposa passenger. for tho
Westward.
J. P. Chamberlain and R. H. Chad
wick are In Ketchikan. Thoy will ar
rive In Juneau on an early boat
L. F. Shaw returned to Seward on
tho Mariposa last night
Robert C. Hurley, secretary to Gen
oral Manager B. L. Thano, of tho Gas
tlneau Company, returned yostorday
from Seattle.
"Joe" Magill, traveling representa
tive of Swift & Company, has gono to
Seattle on business.
ARRIVE ON MARIPOSA.
Zho steamship Mariposa arrived In
port last evening from tho South. Her
Juneau passengers included Mr. and
Mrs. Oak Olson, Robert C. Hurley,
J. M. Linden, D. A. Torroy, Miss Bcsslo
King, B. T. PrudeBon, G. W. Snow, J.
0. Abrahams and wlfo and Bon, Hoyt
Moore, F. D. Moore, M. J. O'Connor,
C. B. Ashby, Mrs. S. B. Combest, Ellen
Landrle, Mrs. N. W. Sweet and two
children, Mrs. E. Wallaco, W. C. Wil
cox. S. S. Ellis, A. C. Youmans and
15 second class.
The Mariposa continued Westward
bound late last night, after discharging
cargo. 1 ? (
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"Some" Crowd.
(From tho World, New York.)
A Now York subway blow-up In
volves more people than have yel ap
pcared upon any battlefield In Europe.
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Never Get Anywhere.
(From Evening Star, Washington.)
Advocates of woman suffrago who
call on tho President may be ani
mated by curiosity to learn In how
many different ways the samo Impres
sion b may be politely expressed.
THE WAY WITH SOME.
Some men don't seem to think
much of tho other fellow's oplnlonB
until thoy got n chance to pass 'cm j
out as their own.?(Now York World.) j
Hamlet Without the Dane. j
(From tho Boston Herald.)
What many ministers might well
borrow from Billy Sunday la not I1I3
slang but his reason for it
Time for Prayer.
? From the Milwaukee Journal.)
With all tho now Governors and
now legislatures, people will bo pray
ing for peace more earnestly than ?
over.
The Sea No Place for Whales.
(From Evening Star, Washington.)
Tho fate of tho North sea whale that
was mistaken for a submarine is mere
ly another example of what happened ?
to tho Innocent bystander.
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B. D. STEWART
MINING ENGINEER
U. 3. MINERAL SURVEYOR
P. O. Box 1M ? ? - Juneau
. Why buy ready mado clothing when
.you can got a
KAHN Tailor-Made SUIT
with an extra pair of trousers
FREE
Until January 30th. 8-lts and Orer
coatc, 320 to $45.
Hugo Hcldhorn, Agt ?22 Seward S
Reduced Prices on my own make
of Suits until March 1st
C W. WINSTEDT
ARCHITECT
SUPERINTENDENT
OHlc?--2n3 Floor. N?xt to a?w Port Office
Bowling?Billiards I
at the BRUNSWICK
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Doran's Prescription Pharmacy I
HILTON TOW, Proprietor
A True Drug Shop where Drugs receive the
greatest attention because they demand
the greatest attention.
Ix OUR PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT
I* Modern, Complete and Efficient
ir> ~
?=?Ladies I"5"?
About These Coats Again
Last November we accepted the agency for
Vollman & Co., makers of ladies' cloaks and coats,
and they sent us one dozen special-made sample
coats. Since then they have failed and we have
the coats on hand. We can't return them, and
mow we have to pay or get into a mix-up with at
torneys.
Come in and see these coats, we will sell them
at cost. Not newspaper-talk cost, but real cost to
us. The styles are new and we are sure you will
be pleased at the prices.
We make high-grade suits for ladies, please
ask to see our style book and goods, when in.
We want you to see our rubberized goods; all
styles of coats made from these materials.
J. H. Irving Co. Inc.
% TAILORS %
FRONT AND FIRST ST. E. G. DAHLIN '
Franklin Building, Juneau Manager aud Cutter
FULL
QUART
Has Had no Peers for Fifty Years '
SOLD BY ALL DEALERS
" .."..in .11 ? ? i? ? ,r. - Hi 1.6WM
L ESTABUSHED 1891 | |
INCORPORATED 1914
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for semi.annual interest credit
?a . ~ .f.
Good Home Board & Individual Meals
S30.G0 PER MGfSTF RESTAORAKT A-LA-CARTB
HOURS: t> to lOCa. m., 12 to 2S0 p. m., 6 to 8 p. m.
NEW CAIN DINING ROOM
THIRD AND MAIN STS. MRS. W. L. HUOGL.
IP FIRST TERRITORIAL BANK
DoubIm OF ALASKA 26 Front 1t Juneau
INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS m Q
ACCOUNTS,. AND ON TIME DEPOSITS? TT Q
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FOR THE NEXT 30 DAYS WE WILL GIVE
I 10% Discount J
ON ALL CASH PURCHASES ON ANY
ARTICLE IN THE HOUSE >- ;
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[THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK j
OF JCNEAU
United States Deposits $100,000.00
Capital, Surplus and undivided Profits over 100,000.00 h
United States Depository
| Special Reduction! f
On Ladies', Misses' and Children's
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?X-X? JIA A- k/ ?-x
Ij; IN ALL THE LATEST STYLES
I . AND COLORS j|
i: Come in early and look them over while i:
i: the assortment is good. i:
Where Values Tell
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ALASKA TREADWELL GOLD MINING COMP'I
= "THE STORB WITH THE PLAIN FIGURES"
Mercantile Department TREADWELL, ALASKA

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