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4 Dougia* Sranch 4
? M. A. SNOW. Manager 4
DOUGLAS, Feb. 15.?The children
of tho Douglas Catholic church aro
diligently preparing a patriotic pro
gram whtch thoy will give to tho pub- "
lie next Monday evening in honor of
Washington's birthday. From all In
dications It promise* to be of tho same
high standard as that of previous per
The Caledonian dub held a big -so
cial and card party at Eagle hall last
anco and an enjoyable tlmo Is report
ed. The prlro winners wore 1st prize
consolation prize. Mrs. Geo. Spence:
first prizo for gentlemen, James Lind
say. and gentlemen's consolation. Wll
No. 3. company of the Douglas lire
The Alaska Catholic club will hold
an important business meeting this
evening at S o'clock.
Nels Sorby and wife arrived fron>
the South on the Jefferson and win
On Ash Wednesday, tomorrow, ser
church at -S o'clock In the morning
and at 7:45 o'clock In tho evening.
TREADWELL. Feb. 15.?The repair
work at the Treadwell club Is very
nearly completed and a great improve
ment In tho appearance as well as the
convenience of tho club is noticeable.
Today is pay day and tbo usual
amount of money is being disbursed
by tho Treadwell office.
for the South on one of-tho early
Do you appreciate that you
are wasting fuel, by not hav
ing your stove connected so
that you can heat the water In
your hot water tank quickly?
HOT water tor the bath la 20
minutes, or water sufficiently
hot to wash dishes in 10 min
utes. and without the expend
iture of one additional ounce
MARSHALL and NEWMAN
The Reliable Plumbers
All Work Guaranteed: Phone 371; 2d 0Franklin
A short business mooting of the La
dles' Guild of St. Luko'a church has
been called for tomorrow afternoon at
threo o'clock at tho home of hire. D.
Tho Treodwell club directors mot
last night and hoard committee re
ports for the past month. Routine
business was transacted and a new I
ruling was mado regarding undue bo!
atrcusness "at the Saturday nb-'.t;
A uew counter has been placod In
tho Store office. Tho counter has u
heavy oak top and Is an attractive!
plcco of "furniture.
Tho new cigar stand has been In-;
stalled and is a sreat Improvement j
at tho Club.
ALASKA LABOR UNION
DOUGLAS. Feb. 16.?At a meeting
of tho Alaska Labor Union held rec
ently in their hall, it was decided to
disband and organize along an entire
ly different plans. A temporary or
ganlzation was affected and tho fol
lowing elected as temporary officers:
Jack Wilson, President; James Chris
toe. First Vlcc-Presldont; H. Spencer,
Second Vice-President; D. J. Kinzle.
Secretary; and L. S. Ferris, Treasur
er. A meeting to affect a permanent
organization will be called soon.
ASH WEDNESDAY SERVICES
AT DOUGLAS TOMORROW
DOUGLAS, Fob. 16.?Tomorrov. be
ing tho first day of tho Lenten season,
or Aash Wednesday, thero will be spe
cial services hold la St. Luke's Epis
copal church at S p. m., with sermon
by Rev. G. E. Renison. This Wednes
day night service will bo continued
throughout the season of Lent. Every
one is cordlaly Invited.
BIG MINSTREL SHOW
DOUGLAS, Feb. 16.?The Treadwcll
minstrels are ready for their initiatory
performance tonight at the Lyric thea
tre. The Brst part consists of solos,
jokes, choruses and end songs. The
end-men are Frank Murphy, "Babe"
Samples, Harry Brown, W. H. Metz
ner, "Dub" Coblentz and Jack Kearny,
while Jack Johnson ls thc interlocutor.
Solos aro to bo sung by Frank Rey
nolds. Francis Cornwall, H. C. Cham
bers and M. A. Snow. Tho second
part of the show win consist of vaude
ville turns Interspersed with orchestra
selections. The curtain rise at S:30
Tomorrow evening the show will be
repeated at tho Orpheum theatre !c
The Sons of Norway will give a bit
basket social ou next Wednesday a1
the Eagles' hall. The affair is public
and each lady attending Is asked tc
' bring a fcaskcL 2-13-3t
D RUG S
Doran's Prescription Pharmacy
MILTON fflSX, P-oprlttor
A True Drug Shop where Drugs receive the
greatest attention because they demand
the greatest attention.
:l OUR PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT
Is Modern. Complete and Efficient
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J. TTHE year round Remedy for Chapped Hands and Face, Skin ar.d Scalp *
V ^ Diseases. Your Money back in every instance where it fails to give *
I Satisfaction. WATCH OUR WINDOW. I
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t The Nyal's Drug Store The Rexall Drug Store ;
THE JUNEAU MUSIC HOUSE
T Elmer E. Smith, Douglas. Alaska. I
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I Douglas Opera House Hotel
! Fresh Olympia Oysters
| FREE MOVING PICTURES SUNDAY NIGHT 1
# The Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars 1
o PETE ROLANDO, Prop. Douglas, Alaska !
? L. C Thomas Mcrl F. Thotnxi *>
? Alaska Furniture 0 Undertaking ?
Co., Inc. ?
? funeral Directors & Embaimers ?
9 Vouslxj AUsxa *
Douglas Undertaking 1
Funeral Directors and Embaimers
H. V. SULLY ?
Big shipment of spates
arrived on City of Seattle
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* MARINE NOTES
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The Georgia win sail for Sitka an
wayports at 9 o'clock tomorrow mon
iag. It was announced today.
The Almiral Evans Is duo Thursda
night from Seattle.
The Al-Kl is due here Thursda
The Alameda leaves Seattle tonigh
and is due hero Friday afternoon.
The Jefferson sailed south last nigh
CARD OF THANKS.
Mrs. H. P. Hanson and children d<
sire to extend their thanks throng
The Empire to the Pioneers of Alaskt
iho school children ot Junoau an
Thane and their many kind .friend
for the comfort and. assistance ro:
derod during and sines the l.xat Ulcea
of the late H. P. Hanson, husband an
TO MEET AT STUDIO
The Juneau Choral Society ,wfl
meet at S:15 tonight at Miss Gulick'
WILLIS E. NOWELL TO
hofcr's concert,. which v/HL ::ucc> place
at this place. Thursday night, Fqb
first appearance hero.
Ml^b Borhofer'a appcaranco at Doug
las Is anxiously awaited, by tho music
FIGHTING IN EUROPE
TREADWELL, Feb. 1G. ? A lettor j
has been received hero from John ?
DomoroUe, a Greek who loft hero two
years ago at the outbreak of tho Bal
kan war. stating that ho has joined
tho Serbian army and is fighting
j against the Austrian. Mr. Demorotto
i passed through the Balkan war un
| harmed, but had a brother killed In
tor by saying: "When tho war Is over
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TREADWELL BOWLERS BEAT
? ELKS BY. SMALL MARGIN
but very poor contest last night, the
evening at the Troadwell alloys.
GOOD MINSTREL SHOW
AT TREADWELL TONIGHT
TREADWELL, Feb. 16.? Tho en
tertainment to bo given at Troadwell
tonight by tho Troadwell mlnstrols
will consist of three partsr (1) Min
strels: (2) vnudovillo acts, Including
athletic stunts, music, etc., and (3) a
An orchestra of ten pieces will play
for tho show and will accompany tho
singers. The seats aro nearly all sold
and tho show may be produced again
The company will cross tho channel
and repeat the performance In Juneau
IS POUND GUILTY
Charley Mitchell, an Indian, was
J found giulty of assault with intent to
i kill Warren S. Harding, deputy mar
I shal, at Haines on the night of Feb
ruary 23. The jury doliberatde 20
;! minutes. Mitchell will bo sentenced
m later. The maximum penalty that can
be imposed is twenty years in the pen
} itentiary. The minimum Is one year.
Mitchell offered a weak defense, his
denial that he stnbbod Harding with
I a knifo summing up .his testimony, but
his attorney, John G. Hold, put up a
battle royal against a strong case, in
an endeavor to secure tho prisoner's
som. who prosecuted Mitchell con
tended that Harding went to tho door
j of a Haines cabin on tho night of the
! rioting, knocked, and was admitted. It
j was said that he was knocked down by
I Mitchell, who wielded clubs. After
: ward Mr. Harding went back to get
Mitchell The latter then grabbed a
butcher knife and as his arm was de
scending ho exclaimed "I kill-urn mar
shal!!," according to tho testimony.
: A great deal of humor was injected
\ into tho closing arguments. Mr. Held
| had insinuated that, the soldier wit
. j ncsscs for tho government were not
^! all they should bo. Mr. Folsom rc
. tortcd that Mr. Hold war virtually tes
; j tifying, in his closing argumonl and
! j joshed the opposing counsel consid
? crably In this direction.
? j Capopa on Trial.
; John Capopa is on trial under a
? charge of giving llQuor to an Indian
; girl, Alice James, at Douglas last year.
? 0. A. Tucker is dofending him. The
; Jury was secured this aftornoon and
? the case should be over by five o'clock.
; Defendant Found Glulty.
Capopa was found guilty by tho
I jury. The verdict was returned at four
- o clock.
* DC-GRAND JURY
j FOREMAN INDICTED
\ Goorgo W. Dillon of Skagway, who
v.T.i', foroman of tlio federal grand Jury
! until excused by Judgo Robt W. Jon
* nlngs, has been arrested on a secret
I ly returned indictment charging him
* with soiling malt liquor without a 11
Tho offenso is alleged to havo been
* committed at Skagway on December
27, 1014. Witnesses called beforo the
grand jury woro Fred S. Cliff, Charles
j Bennett, Frank R. Cook, L. Gardner,
.: Miles Schroeder and Jack Reid.
\ftcr Mr. Dillon was excused from
"jtho grand Jury ho returned to Slcag
! way. He came back, yesterday to an
. swer the indictment Ho Is out on
Universal Repair Shop wants pa
trons to know that it has moved from
L 321 Franklin street to 114 Front street,
next to Gastlneau Hardware company,
whero its customers, old and new, are
invited. The removal was necessary
to get room to accommodate growing
Claude Ericson house aud will occupy
at th?- Old Stand of tho Untw.-gal "oga'r Shtry
====! t merit of Summer Wash. Fabrics t L*
ALSO GINGHAMS, PERCALES, RIPPLETTE,
SCOTCH GINGHAMS AND WHITE GOODS
Our line of Raincoats is in "and open for inspection
All the New Styles are shown iat moderate prices
Suits, Coats and Dresses will arrive in a week or ten days
"Everything for Everybody" j
MILAN ENGLISH WALKING 1
SAILORS?GET VOUR BRAIDS |
AND STRAWS NOV/?THIS IS
THE SECOND SHIPMENT ?Hi
Thts? Style* aro to bo had at
Ifes. SHERMAN'S ?
MAY BE BUILT
That Juneau's public building will
bo completed now seems assured.
"Whilo Congress did jnot pass tho
bill appropriating 5450,000 that was
Introduced in tho Houso of Representa
tives by Delegate Wlckeraham March
24th, In response to the request of Sec
retary of the Treasury William G. Mc
Adoo. in his letter to tho Delegate
dated Match 17th, the item In the sun
dry civil appropriation biff, news cf the
proprlatlons as reported from tho com
mittee, was published In thoso columns
Saturday, authorized the continuation
of work on tho building and made
available for that purposo $75,000 In
addition to tho $177 500 available from
the old appropriation. That makes
$252,500 ready for tho beginning of
tho work?provided, of courso, the bill
passes the Senato in its present form.
Before moro money will be needed,
there will be another session of Con
gress and moro funds can bo allowed
to completo tho work according to thc
Much of this $252,500 will bo ex
pended in Juneau for lhbor.
On account of the Trcadwell min
strels tomorrow night, Miss Frances
Gulick will open her studio on Thurs
day night this week instead of Wed
CLEAN GEORGIA'S BOILERS.
The Georgia's bonlers are being
cleaned and other repairs mudo, so in
stead of sailing for Sitka and wayports
at midnight sho wlil get away at 9 n.
m. tomorrow. .
SELLS LODE CLAIMS
TO GEO. R. PERRY
of Douglas, according to a deed re
CLERK BELL FILES
DEMURRER TO SUIT
A demurrer to a cult filed against
Clerk of tho Court J. \V. Bell by J.
Spotcln and^A. Greenbauui, was filed
in court today by J. H. Cobb, Mr. Bell's
The document demure to tho suit
on tho grounds that the suit recites an
Insufficient statement of facts.
SUES FOR DEBT.
against Josef D'Hulstcr, for the rccov
Iieid appears for the plalntllf. The
suit was filed with the United States
TRIPP IS ADMINISTRATOR.
Herman T. Tripp has qualified as
administrator of the estate of the into
DRAPER CLUB TO MEET.
. The Draper club will meet tomor
row afternoon at 2:30 o'clock with
Mrs. E. IL Kaser, it was announced
WITH APOLOGIES TO K. C. B.
Now just Imagine
Thai you wanted to writo a lettor
And that you aro tired of tho
Old fashioned pen
And just imagino
That you call up 2-5-0
Send mo a good fountain
Pen?Tho kind you advertise
?a Waterman or a Coaklin.
And writo your iottcr lif
And you aro satisfied
And wo aro pleased
Because you are
And everybody is happy because
JUNEAU DRUG CO is tho Store that
has what you want when you want It.
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8katlng on Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday evenings.
Three reels of good pictures and threo solid hours of skating, J
Ladles, twonty-flvo cents ? Gentlemen, fifty cente. J
BASKET BALL SATURDAY EVENING
Tho Douglas and Juneau high school will clash In the first match J
of the oorles of five games to be played between those two old *
Tho management of tho Juneau Rink will glvo another one of those '
Dancing promptly at D p. itil This Is the house whero everybody hao ;
a good time. Music by Peyiwr A Greenlee orcherstra,?nuff red. <
I MISS GULlCK'Sg
Tea Room and Studio I
Privito Danclni} L?8on?--Stuclli> for Rent '1
SAM KOHN, PIONEER
HAS PARALYTIC STROKE
Sam Kohn, for 45 years a resident
of Alaska, suffered a slight stroke of
paralysis yesterday. Today slight Im
provement In his condition was noted
I by Dr. P. J. Maborio and unless compH
cations should devolop, Mr. Kohn is
i In no immediate danger.
AUSTRALIAN WOMAN .
SEEKS HER BOY
Mrs. E. Keys, whose address Is 5
Woods avenue, Wallis street, Wool
aba, Sydney. Australia, seeks to learn
the whereabouts of her son, Frank Jc
romo, who was in Juneau in January,
1914, slnco which time she has not
heard from him.
Mrs. Keys, in a letter to A1 Carlson
at this place, who forwarded the letter
to The Empire, from Seward, says:
"1 am seeking news of my son,
'Frank Jerome,' from whom I have
had no word slnco January last, when
ho sent me an almanac, from which
I have taken your address and have
; taken the liberty to write you hoping
to gain some information.
"If you know Frank's present ad
dross and would forward it to mo I
would bo very grateful to you or any
other information would be thankfully
"I might mention that Frank has al
ways been a regular correspondent
thcroforo 1 am very worried rccolving
no word for such a long time.
BOOM AT SHIPYARDS.
WASH?Shipbuilding yards on tho
Atlantic coast arc enjoying an unpre
cedented boom. Evctyblg plant la
bo busy that smaller plants arc getting
tho overflow and are crowded with
worlc according to Capt McAjllster,
chief engineer of the Coast Guard.
Ho says Cramp's shipyard at Phil
adelphia Is signing contracts to crowd
it, nnd tho Maryland Steel Co. yard
at Sparrows Point, the Fore River
yard and the New York Shipbuilding
Co. at Camden aro doing capacity
The Kaiser b said to have quoted
fcolingly Calvin's saying that ono man
with God Is a majority. Whom could
he have meant??Billy Sunday?
The Emplro circulation leads. Try
advertising In It.
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? CLASSIFIED ADV. ?
c* **? *y ?*? ^ ??? ?*? ?% 4* *$* *1*
FOR RENT?Five rooms and bath,
concrote bouse, phono 369. 216-1 f.
FURNISHED FRONT ROOM with
1 bath. $2.56 per week. -133 Second
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WANTED.?Gasolines engine andauto
mechanic seeks employment Bo* 151.
WANTED?Position as housekeeper
or cook or chamber work; 164 Front
FOR, SALE?Fprnlttoro of 4. rooms,
olthor as a wbolo or by the piece, at
a sacrifice. New Jaeger house. Ninth
and Gold Belt av., phone 1S8. 2-2-tf.
FOR SALE?Berry's entire transfer
outfit at a bargain, which includos the
following rlgB and hnrncas: 1 covered
Studebakcr drop bed wagon; 1 heavj
Studebakor wagon; 1 Handy tow
truck; 1 carriage; 1 No. 2 sleigh; 1
No. 3 sleigh; 1 set harness; chains,
ropes, blocks, etc., and 1 team of
FOR SALE.?Edison diamond disc
phonograph with 24 good records and
attachment for use of Victor or Col
umbia records. G. F. Hendricks, Ju
; neau Cold Storage Company. 2-16-6L
FOR SALE.?Engineer's transit, la
good condition. G. F. Hendricks, Ju
neau Cold Storage Company. 2-1616t.
FOR RENT?Nicely furnished rooms,
with hot and cold water, and bath,
j Firty cents and up a nlghL The Arctic
hotel, 89 Front sL 2-3-lm.
FOR RENT, 2 and 3 room furnished
housekeeping suites; reasonable, "The
cosy cornor of Juntau." Cliff Apart
J ments, near court house. 2-1-lm.
FOR RENT.?Large, nicely furnish
ed room with board. 340 Franklin
street, Cor. Fourth Ave. 1 mo.
FOR RENT ? Modern flat, four
rooms and bath. I. Goldstein. 11 21 tf
FOR RENT?Largo nicely furnish
? ed room, Alaska Steam Laundry. 10-tf
For Rent?Threo-room apartments
with bath, $20. Apply 320 Seward
st., or phono 274. 2S-lm.
? HOUSES FOR RENT?Four and
five rooms, with Concrete basement,
i one on Kcnnody and other on Ninth
1 street, phone 372. 2-3-tf
TWO FURNISHED ROU6E8 to
rent. Enquire Mrs. Mont*om?*7 D?*
vis. Cor. fith and Seward. tt,
Fresh smlshlpt oystors, just arrived,
nt GOT.OSTEIN'S. 11-ft-tf.
St Nicholas leavuB Tor Tenakee and
way nnrts. Tuasdnvs at K. a. m. 12-28-tf ,
OFFICES?For rent In Goldstein
Ride. He. and cold mnnlne water In
each office: also steam heat Janitor
nnd eW'r-tnr service tf.
SPACE FOR RENT ?n Rrnnswtrk .
Rulldlne. Annli' Chanr - Goldstein. ???
STEAM HEATED ROOM*. *1A00
up: with or without board. Miss Char
on. Kn.1; Main St.. Phone *?OK IT-T-tf.
Cut your grocery bill by buying your
groceries at Goldstein's Emporium.?
Fresh ranch eegs, throe dozen for
$1.00, at Goldstoln's Emporium, lltf
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