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? ALASKA DAILY EMPIRE ?
4* Douglas Branch + ? .LA. SNOW, Manager + ? ? + ?> + ? + + + ?+ +?* DOU> LAS, March 11.?The funeral of Frai Campiggetti. who tiled at St. Ana's hospital In Juneau, of ryphold (over j t>8terduy. will take place from the Catholic church in Douglas at two o'clock tomorrow afternoon. Ray Gardner is seriously ill at his Dr. A. R. Sargeant Is having the Interior of his ofllcr on Third street repapcred and decorated. Sisters Mary Victor and Mary Geor gia left on the Princess Maquinna this morning for Victoria. They will re turn to Douglas in the near future. TREADWELL March 11? Almost an arrangements for the big masquer ade ball at the club on Aoril 1st are bompleted. A number of novelties are promised and the event Is being made a subject of great interest. ?Josle" Jaslkawa. the head Japan ese at Treadwell. who left here for Japan about two years ago. returned to Treadwoll day before yesterday. Mrs. R. G. Datson is a northbound passenger on the Spokane leaving Sc Tho Treadwell band will hold its first rehearsal of the season at the firo hall tonight. Roy. Snyder will leave for Juneau soon where ho will be employed in the future. Mr. Snyder has severed his connections with the Treadwell com A number of the local membors of the Eastern Star wore In Juneau last j night as guests of the Juneau Chap-; meeting tomorrow night at the fire will be given after the meeting. An extension to the electrical re pair shop wilt soon be built. Work is ( being done at present on the founda tion for the building. "LUCILLE LOVE" AT THE LYRIC THEATRE TONIGHT , DOUGLAS, March 10,---The third'] iinstallment of "Lucille Love" will be,' on the screen at the Lyric theatre to night These pictures have been pop two installments have been shown , so far. Two othor extra good reels of , pictures will also be shown. The show will be repeated tomor LEGISLATORS SPEND EVE AT TREADWELL YESTERDAY TREADWELL, March 11. ? The i Treadwell club was the scene of great j activity Tast night when Superintend ent l\ R. Bradley of the Treadwell company acted as host to the mem bers of the Alaska Legislature and aj 1 number ? of other people connected , with the second session of that body. as well as several others who were) | also guests. The party was met at the seven o'-. . clock ferry by Mr. Bradley, who per sonally took, the party under charge. : The Itinerary included a swim in the club natatorium, and ah Impromptu dance and a lunch at the Treadwell i boarding house. The party consisted i of Senators Suiter, Millard, Tanner man. Collins, Daly. Coombs, Getchell. Morau, Holland, Day. Noon. Tansey. Burns and Snow.. Mr. Bruner, Barry Keown, Miss Fahey. Miss Eleanor Fnhev, Miss Korth. Miss O'Brien, Miss Mnttte O' Brien. from the employees'of the leg islature. Mr. and Mrs. Paiue. Mrs. Denny. Mr. and Mrs. Ray H. Stoveus. Mr. T. Ban- p bury. Mr. Earle C. Jameson of The t sell of the Dispatch. Mrs. Noon and son. John, accompanied Represcnta tive Noon. -4 ANOTHER SMOKER IS PLANNED AT TREADWELL TREADWELL, March 11.?A big smoker is being plannod at Treadwell for some date in April, to which the ?members of the Socond Territorial Legislature will be invited. It is planned to have a classy boxing card and other features that accompany the smokers. TAKE MURDERESS SOUTH. Alice Cox, sentenced to 15 years In 1 the State prison at Lansing, Kansas, Mart for her journey to the prison to ASKS FOR^ DIVORCE. Florence Howard today filed suit: '? L Faulkner, against John Howard, al-;: The Howards were married a year f tel in Juneau, and after a short honey rnon to Seattle, he Is alleged to have already married, and then deserted NOTICE. Commencing on March 10th. 101a, our stores will open at 1 a. m. and : close at 6 p. m. GOLDSTEIN'S EM 1 PORIUM. 3-9-tf., j VICTORIA CHOCOLATES. *?. Fresh Victoria Chocolate, Brittle ! and assorted Augustine & Kyer's can-, dies?received this morning at the Ju- j neau Drug Co., opposite Alaskan hotel, phone 250?we delivery anywhere and j time. 3-19-2L j * The Empire circulation leads. Try i ? advertising in lL ' GALVESTON BREAKS RECORD IN EXPORT GALVESTON, March 11?Cotton ex ports from Galveston mailt) a rocord at 679,788 bales, an Increase of 439, 315 over February. 1914. Wheat ox Steel Company Resumes PHILADELPHIA. March 11 ? The Maryland Steel Company, after a 3 mouths' shut down resumed operations today, employing 800 men. Big Motorcycle Order. NEW YORK. March 11?The Hen dee Manufacturing Company has tak en an order from the Now York Tele phone Company for 220 motocfcles, tho largest commercial ordor over be Big Industrial Sale NEW YORK. March 11 ? Gen. T. Coleman Dupont has sold his holdings in tho Dupont Company for $20,000, 000 to a syndicate headed by Pierre S. Dupont. WAR WILL COST $10,000,000 DAILY LONDON. March 11.?Tho cost of the war to March 31 was estimated at $1,810,000,000 by Premier Asquith. This represented a dally expenditure of $7,500,000 in excess of tho govern ment expenses In time of peace. Premier Asquith said: "The Wax expenditure after April 1 will be $10, 000.000 a day. This Includes expense? of tho army and navy and any extra ordinary expenses which may arise. "Tho government has never beer more confident of tho power of the Allies to achieve an ultimate, durable victory than at present," declared the >rime minister. This declaration then >rought forth a burst of applause from tho floor and tho galleries. Ho announced that in addition to 30,000.000 advanced to Belgium and 14,000,000 to Serbia, further advances to theso countrios are under consider ation. Recruiting Satisfactory The Premier in answering Interpel lations declared the government is well satisfied with recruiting in Eng taud. "The new armies are fast real izing all our most sanguine predic tions," said he. Continuing. Premier Asquith said: "There Is no form of economic pres sure which wo do not consider our jelves entitled to assert under exist ing conditions." PRUSSIAN LOSS EXCEEDS 1,100X00 LONDON. March 11. ? A Copenha gen dispatch says seven more lists >f Prussian casualties have been pub Ished. containing 11,418 officers and hen killed wounded or missing. Theso jrlng tho total of the Prussian casual ?ics to 1,102.212, to which must be idded 156 Bavarian. 113 Saxon, 125 IVurtumberg and 18 naval fists. GERMAN AMBASSADOR WARNS AMERICAN SHIPS WASHINGTON. March 11?A warn ing to American shipping bound for the North Sea and adjoining waters to follow the Gorman admiralty's war zone Instructions was issued by Count Von Bernsorff, the German nmbassa Germany Instructs Shipping BERLIN. March 11.?As the result of inquiries the German admiralty is sued a statement setting forth more clearly the route which ships may traverse in passing around the North of Scotland. It says in part: "The Orkney Islands, including tho ports of Kirkwall and Shetland are within the war zone but passageways on both sides of the Faroe Islands arc safe." ITALIAN FOOD QUESTION NOW OUT OF THE WAY ROME, March 11.?Tho government of Italy declares its wheat situation : has been taken caro of by tho purchaso of 40,000,000 bushels abroad. The Bank of Italy has sent to Bob I ogna $50,000,000 in gold coin, possibly as a war precaution. NEW YORK'S VALUATIONS SHOW INCREASE OVER 1914 A NEW YORK, March 11.?The 1915 valuation of real estate and special franchises in New York city aggro gates $8,108,784,237, compared with $8,049,850,912 for 1914, or au increase of $58,904,325. BRITISH TRADE STILL SHOWING BIG LOSS.! LONDON, March 11.?February ex I rirvrf frrtrlA ftrAht Tlrlfaill decreased I ii por cent from 191-1.' Ho'r imports decreased only 1 por cent., but her to tal ocean commerce for tho month was smaller by 18 por cont. JAPAN WILL NOT DISTURB OPEN DOCR TOKYO, March 11.?Count Ofcuma, Japanese minister, says that Japan had no intention, in presenting its de-! mands to the Chineso government, of trespassing upon the rights of China or of interfering with the open door policy. SOCIALISTS ARE BACKING EMPEROR BERLIN, (via Amsterdam), March 11.?Socialist leaders are giving com plete support to tho war. Wolfgang Heine, a Socialist member of tho Reichstag, declares that any steps to ward premature pence would bo Injur ious to the cause of peace. "Wo must havo confidence in tho Emporor," ho Tho German -budget estimate has $2,520,500,000 for tho war. MICHIGAN RAILROADS PERMITTED TO RAISERATES DETROIT, Mich., March 11.?Rail roads In! Southern Michigan penlnsuk have boon granted by the state rail road commission a 5 per cent increasf which these roads have been asking for two years. Advance applies to all freight with the exception of coal, ir on oar, coko and sugar beets. Railroad rovenues in tho territory affected will bo increased about $1,200,000 a year THE GUARANTEE. The term guarantee as generally ap plied Is the insurance against inferior merchandise or service. The big In surance companies do not take risks, nor. does the concern which conducts itc business on right principles. When a firm guarantees its produot or ser vice, It places, behind the guarantee its reputation for fair dealings, iti knowledge and experience. When you want guaranteed goods and ser vice, come to the Juneau Drug Co., 107 Front St, or Phone 250?immed iate delivery 3-10-2t NOTICE TO VOTERS. The registration book for qualified \ oters of the city of Juneau," Territory of Alaska, for tho year nineteen hun dred fifteen, are now open in the City Clerk's office, in the City Hall,and will remain open until Saturday, April third, nineteen hundred fifteen at the hour of four p. m. Ail those desiring to vote at the regular April! nineteen hundred fifteen election should regi ster, for tho reason that parties not registered will not be permitted to vote. E. W. FETTIT, Registration Officer. Juneau, Alaska. March 1. 1915. .> ?> * * * * * *- * *' * * * ?j. + * CLASSIFIED ADV. * * * j. ,> .> .j. ?> .*? -J- ?!? + 4* 4> 4? ROOMS WANTED ? Young couple with baby, want ono largo or two me dium sized furnished rooms in private famiry, near boarding houso preferred. Apply A.B.C., The Empire. _tf FOR SALE.?Cheap show ca308, sov oral sizes, stoves, heaters. Wo pay good prices for second hand furniture and goods. Plumbing, and steamflt tlng at right prices. Universal Re pair shop, 11-1 Front St. tf. FOR SALE?Six-room houso on good lot; price reasonable. Part terms? 034 E 6th St. 3-Slm. STEAM HEATED ROOMS, $10.00 up; with or without board. Miss Char on. 535 Main St. Phone 3305. 11-7-tf. Cut your grocery bill by buying your groceries at Goldstein's Emporium.? 2-11-tf. ' Frc.h ranch eggs, three dozen for $1.00, at Goldstein's Emporium, lltf ELEGANT stcam-hcatcd front apart ment. Fine view; bath, phono, and light free. Hot water at nil hours. Alexander Apts., phono 2238. 3-9-3t. ; v v 4- 4- -t? v t + <? '/ 4- ? ?? CLASSIFIED ADV. * * + ? +4-4.** + + ** + 4- + * + 4? FOR SALE.?160 acres good prairie land In Saskatchewan, Alberta. C. Sands, Eureka Bakery. 2-201tf. FOR SALE?30-40 U. S. Winchester rifle, new' cheap, inquire Montana sa > j loon. 3-10-3t FOR SALE?Berry's entire transfer i outfit at a bargain, which Includes the following rigs and harness: 1 covered , Studobaker drop bod wagon; 1 heavy . Studebaker wagon; 1 Handy tow : truck; 1 carriago; 1 No. 2 sleigh: 1 ' No. 3 sleigh; 1 set harness; chains, I ropes, b'ocks, etc., and 1 team of I horses. 2-S-tf. FOR SALE?Thoroughbred Airedale puppies, 14 weejts old. Very fine spec imens. Apply Empire ofllce at once. ; ?(2-26-tf.)? FOR RENT?Five rooms and bath, , concrete house, phono 369. 2-16-tf. t FOR RENT?Suite of rooms and bath: hot water heat, 326'Second St., phono 41. 3-1-tf. 1 FOR RENT?Furnished front room 1 with bath, $2.50 per vfoek, 433 Seward ' St., phone 273. 3-4-6L FOR RENT, 2 and 3 room furnished housekeeping suites; reasonable, "The cozy corner of Juntau." Cliff Apart 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?Large nicely furnish ed room, Alaska Steam Laundry. 10-tf For Rent?Three-room apartments with bath, $20. Apply 320 Seward sL, or phone 274. 2-8-lm. FOUR ROOM cottage for rent, fur nished. Apply to Mrs. Noyes, Fourth and Frankfln sts. 3-6-6t. HOUSES FOR RENT?Four and live rooms, with concrete basomont,^ ono on Kennedy and other on Ninth ' street, phono 372. 2-3-tf TWO FURNTSHED HOUSES to rent Enquire Mrs. Montgomery Da vIb, Cor. 6th and Seward. tf. Fresh sealshlpt oystors, just arrived, at GOLDSTEIN'S. 11-9-tt St. Nicholas Teavus Tor Tenakeo and way ports, Tuesdays at 8. a. m. 12-28-tf OFFICES?For rent In Goldstein Bldg. Hot nnd cold running water in each office; also steam heat Janitor and elevator service. J tf. SPACE FOR RENT in "Brunswick Building. Apply Chas. Goldstein. ?" Iistr Reserved Seats n Box SHc^t at Spickett's Q PostofFice Store Miss Galick's Dance S Tonight 9:30 p. m. i 4 dmission SI per couple. Single Gentlemen, $1. mmmammamammmamama 1 UP-TO-DATE HA1RDRESSING SERVICE FOR LADIES. The W.E.B., located in the now postofllco block, will be open Wed nesdays from 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. beginning this week, March 3, for ladles and children only. This ar rangement Is to insure privacy as a hairdresslng parlor. Halrdrosslng manicuring and massaging strict ly up-to-date in all particulars. The work will be done by Mrs. Leaf green and myself, personally. W. E. BATHE. j. I m is MOVING TIME I 3 r*??"r-= r*r~ ? - _ J! ?mi-. ? ... ? -'?svarrftWTiV-K Therefore Stock Must 60 if Prices and Values Count J Slashing Reduction Sale NO APPROVAL OR CHARGES FOR THIS SALE ? . . ~~~~ 1 I SUITS WOMEN'S AND MISSES' SUITS, in shades of navy brown, copper and black and white checks, only eight suits in this lot; valued up to $39.50 Removal Sale Price $10.00 WAISTS I SILK WAISTS in messaline and crepe de chine, in nearly all shades and sizes; regular value $6.50 to $8.50? | I Removal Sale Price $3.50 j Rain Coats I In tan. grey and mixtures ?one half regular price HALF PRICE ! Leather Hand Bags ONE-HALF PRICE 1 Silk and Lace Remnents, 1 -2 Price; Crepe Kimonos in long and short ? one half the regular price. Silk Underwear in combinations and chem ise in white :and flesh; regular $6.50 to $750? REMOVAL SALE PRICE, $4.50 Skirts I The entire balance of our dress skirts in navy, ; brown and black to be I closed out at Removal | Sale Price? $5.00 J SllKHOStraTcolors - 75c fANCY RIBBONS, - - 50c I MESSAUNE PETTICOATS, $2.25 11 (OLD LOCATION . 3rd and Seward St. NEW LOCATION I I 2nd and Seward AFTER MARCH 17 I Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes : Mistake * Cant Be qbsbsesbbbsbbbbbbbbbrbbbsbbssrssbsbbedbbbbb ?you can g?t just as good a 1st in ready made clothes as a custom tailor can give you. There's an easy way to prove it; because fit is something you can see for yourself. Ask us to show you a? Hart Schaffner 8 Marx Suit at $25.00; make some comparison of style, material, tailoring, with the made to-measun? suit at $50.00. If it doesn't fit, don't buy it. We have Saifs to sell from 515.00 to 535.00 Copyright Hart ScKtffnrr & Man Copyright !!artCc!nT?acr & Marx GOLDSTEIN'S EMPORIUM a I "IF IT'S CORRECT, "WE HAVE IT" .. .."S. ? "ZHr.*~77. ~ 7T2JE2 52JT.."' - ?? ? 2T2ZTT. .T2TZ3S - . ? 2 ? - - ? ? ? "-to? I NEW THINGS M MILLINERY f| I now have a full line of all ' j 6hapee In Panama hats. All colors and kinds of hat- j:j braids?a full line of flowers and j 1 ribbons. Wire and buckram shapes for !] . making your own, hats, or I will fl make shapes to order. A new line of. Kayser'c silk underwear and gloves. Mrs. E. Sherman, | 131 Front Street. Junenu I THE CITY WITH A FUTURE KIRKLAND Close-in Buiincr.a Lot* on Termi $5 Monthly LAND AT $5,500,000 AN ACRE About sixty years ago the old John Thompson farm on Manhattan Island was sold to William B. Astor at $3,000 an acre, and the buyer was looked up on by many as a fool for paying such a prlco for rocks and trees. Two years ago his granddaughter, Mrs. G. O. Haig, sold one lot of this farm, being No. 374 Fifth avenue, 37 x 100 feet,: for $450,000 which would flguro' the land at the rate of $5,500,000 per uuro. " '' J (KIRKLAND Little Farms | $250 and up - | Noticc:-.Our Kirkland Representative, | 11 resident of Klrklnnd, will help you re- . j loet the bo-.t. Oil on un or drop uu a card a and we will bo pleased to call on you. Juneau Realty Company ; i A front*, 122 Front Street. Open 'till 9p.ro. IJ Shoes, Rubber Goods. Ml ?. ?? ???????I ?? MISS GULICK'S Tea Room and Stcdio i' >.. .i 1 <- HamiliJ Lc?'--Sluoiii for Rent I Day and Night I Janitor Service! 1 Responsible white man or wo- pj man furnished by tho hour, p month or contract. Window ra work or house cleaning a ope- io j clallty?Phone 1202.