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SET YOUR MIND AT REST.
There may bo nothing wrong with your child's eyes and again there may be. We will honestly and competent ly advise you If your child needs glass For a thorough authoritative exam ination we charge a fee of two dol lars, so It is not necesasry to sell a pair of glasses to get paid for our fine. We can refer you to dozens of satisfied patrons In Juneau and Douglas. ROBT. SIMPSON', OptD. Optometrist ? ALASKA DAILY EMPIRE ?> Douglas Branch ? M. A SNOW, Manager ? A PASTOR'S SILVER JUBILEE. DOUGLAS. March 20.?The pastor of the Douglas Catholic church was feasted last night In a most agree able and unusual manner. A largo crowd of friends filled the Alaska Catholic Club hall to listen to a very pleasing program rendered by the Catholic school children. The oc casion was thq paster's names-day and at the same time his silver jubi lee as a member of the Jesuit Order. It was the more enjoyable as Father Bruckert was taken entirely un awares. The hall and the stage were beautifully decorated In accordance with the occasion. The numbers on the program were very appropriate and remarkably well executed by the youthful actors, particularly the little drama of the martyrdom of St. Tar siclus, and the dialogue of the mysti cal gifts were greatly applauded by the appreciative audience. CO-OPERATIVE STORE TO RETIRE FROM BUSINESS DOUGLAS, March 20.?At a meet ing of the stockholders, held last night, it was 'decided that the Doug las Island Co-Operative Store will re tire from the local field of business on April 1st The "Co-Op" store has been In ex istence for the past 10' months and although It has given good service to its members, It ha3 failed to':pay ex penses, and is somewhat In debt. ? The late mannger, B. B. Oilman, for the South FIVE-REEL SHOW AT THE LYRIC THEATRE DOUGLAS, March 19. ? A threo reel Eclair picture entitled AThe Case I of Chorry Puroell" will be the fea ture tomorrow at the Lyric theatre. King BaggotL the general favorite, will appear in "The Return of Tony," an Imp. and the show will eoncludo [with an Eclair comedy, entiled "Roar ELKS' MINSTRELS WILL BE ROYALLY WELCOMED DOUGLAS. March 20.?The Juneau Elks' minstrels will be royally wel comed when they show here Tuesday : night Reserved seats will be on sale to morrow afternoon and Monday at the Palace of Sweets. TREADWELL. Marhc 20.?A great deal of work is being done at present I on the ball grounds at-Treadwell, and it is proposed to mako them the best grounds in the North. Although noth ing detlnito has been done toward or ganizing a team as yet. It is assured that Treadwell will be well represent ed this summer. The Lansing has finished unloading her cargo and sailed for the South at noon. She brought 50.000 barrels of oil for the company on this trip. The Treadwoll gun club wilt hold its second shoot on their range be low the "300" at one o'clock tomor row afternoon. Extra music for the masquerade on April 1st is being practiced by the or chestra. An orchestra of 10 pieces will probably be used. D. J. Kinzle, employment agent for the Treadwelt company, is confined to his home with a severe attack of stomach trouble. There will be six reels of pictures shown at the club tonight and this afternoon instead of the usual four reels. Arthur Liljestrand has taken the place of Edward Jackson in the Tread well meat market while the latter is in the States on his vacation. Kamiel De Crois, better known on the Island as "King Albert." has tak en a position as feeder in the Ready Bullion milL J. M. Gilbean, who has had charge of the diamond drin at Treadweli for the past year, left for the States on the Mariposa last night. DOUGLAS. March 20.?Service in the Congregational church tomorrow will be as follows: Sunday School. 10 MADE IN JUNEAU Con ere to Dry and Watertight Floors and Cel lars. Concrete plain and omam?ntai Walla and Fences. Concrete ribbed or trcvel finish ed Sidewalks and Stops. All work guaranteed. ;ESTIMATES AND PLANS FREE. H. D. BOURCY, Pox SH Contractor a. m. Evening worship, 7:30 o'clock, theme. "A BIohsIus Lost and Found." cal and instrumental. All arc Invlt* rhursh on Sundays morning at J0;30. ebratlon of the Holy Communion, and Power of the Cross in Modern Life." tico will be hold after thlB service. Easter music arc requested to be pres ent. UNSUCCESSFUL districts, where the last Instructions of dying men had not been carried out, In regard to the disposition of money and property. The bill will now go to the Senate. Uniform Schools Asked. Representative Burns introduced H. B. :i2, an act to provide a uniform school system in Alaska, with the Governor of the Territory as head of the system. The bill provides tho Governor shall appoint a school su perintendent and an assistant, to com prise the "Territorial Board of Ed ucation," which shall consist of three mombers. Tho bill was referred to the education committee. Representative Britt introduced H. B. 33. an act modifying tho session biw of 1313 relating to the practice and regulation of pharmacy. The municipal affairs committee fa vorably recommended H. B. 21, re lating to the assessment, lovy and collection of taxes for school and mu nicipal purposes, and H. B. 7, same. H. J. Resolution No. C, empower ing the Governor to take funds from the fund for the relief of destitu tion, to apply to maintaining tho Sit ka Pioneers' Home, also was favor ably recommended for passage. If. B. 19, marrlaso licenses, and H. B. 13, eight-hour law for all under ground mining, will come up for sec ond reading Monday. "Wolf Bounty" in House. After resolving Itself into a com mittee of the whole, with Represen tative Driscoir hi the chair, the House deferred taking up Sonate Bill 11, providing a bounty of $10 on ' wolves, because copies of the bill i' as amended in the Senate had not been delivered to the House. The bill comes up Monday. Mr. Shoup made a plea that the House do not amend the bill. "If you alter this measure," he said, "the Senate will kill It; and It Is an im portant bill, especially in the first division. The Senate went Into It carefully and tho.bill should pass as it came to the House." After the passage, by ncclamation, of the joint momorial to President Woodrow Wilson, urging the necessi ty of starting work on the government railroad this Spring, the House ad journed until 10 o'clock Monday. Sulxer Memorial Passes. The senate today passed tne. mem orial to Congress, asking for wireless stations at Craig. Tokeen and Sulzer, after tho momorial had been favora- p bly reported by the Judiciary commit- a tee. 1 With Senator Tanner in the chair, / the committeo of the whole took up r Senate BIN 17, fixing a n^alty and n making It a misdemeanor to defraud n inkeepero. The bill was ordered en- I grossed. Notice was given by Senator v Hubbard that he would on Monday, r move tho re-conslderatlon of the v vote on the engrossment of the bill, s Senate Joint Memorial No. 2, by g Senator Millard, asking for a full tor- h ritorial form of government, was re referred to the committee on federal s elatlons, for amendment. The Senate received H, B. 12, by Mr. Noon, extending the timo for fil ing mechanics' lien. The Senate adjourned to meet Mon- 'l day at 10 o'clock. ST. NICHOLS RETURNS FROM PRINCE RUPERT - V The St. Nicholas roturncd this r( morning-from Prince Rupert to which place she had towed the Canadian ^ Halibut steamer Carlotta G. Fox. She ^ will resume her schedule on the Teu tkee run' next Tuesday. SWEDISH CHURCH TOMORROW. Lutheran services in the Swedish 11 language will be held at the Juneau Presbyterian church tomorrow at 2:30 ?. m. Rev. Martin L. Larson, of Douglas, will preach. We ask your patronage on the bas ils of quality, accuracy and fair dcai ng. Butler, Mauro Drug Co? '96 rront St, phone 134.?Free, imme ilatc delivery. 3-19-2t I NEW THINGS IN MILLINERY | ! now have a&ull line of all ; shapes In Panama hate. All color* and kinds of hat- I; braids?a full line of flowers and fl ribbons. '' Wire and bbck)ram shapes for :1 making your Owrj' hata, or I will | J make shapes, t'o'^rdor. A new line or Kayser's silk ! 1 underwear and gloves. Mrs. E. Sherman, 1 ? 131 Front Strittt, Jone?u fj .ADIES' GUILD ANNOUNCE POST LENT ENTERTAINMENT The Ladies' Guild of Trinity Episco >al church Is plannod to give a most ttractive entertainment* in tho sltat ng rink on the evening of Friday, ipril 16, which will take the form of a oof gardon party. The ladies arc ow completing arrangements for this ovei attraction, which promises to o altogether unique. A fult program >111 bo anounced next week. Al eady a great many aro looking for ward with pleasuro to this interesting ocial event, as every entertainment iven by the Ladles Guild In the paBt as always drawn a full house. UNDAY NIGHT AT THE LYRIC THEATRE 1. Current events taken in and round Seattle, coming direct from he Orphcum Circuit This Is somo iiiug entiroly new in Alaska In this ue of pictures. 2. "The Alibi," featuring Jack Con ?ay In a stirring Western court jom scene. 3 and 4. "The Palace of Flames," -spectacular two-reel feature by the :ox Co. Marguerite Fisher and ick* Leonard in the lending roles. % A rural comedy by the Nestor, j 6. A roaring Keystone comedy, and >od music will close this Interesting rogram. ** Do Not . Wo have a pleasant laxative that win juat do what you want it to do. Wc sell thousands of them and we. have never seen a better remedy for the bowels. Sold only by us, 10 cents. Wm. Britt, Juneau. Elmer E. Smith, Douglas. ^^.AAAAAATAA MINSTRE LREHEARSAL. AH mombors of the Elkjs' mins trels have been requested to meet at the Club tomorrow afternoou at two o'clock, to rehearse for the perform ance in Douglas Tuesday night. DANCE TICKETS SOLD. Members of the Elks' Lodge are selling tickets for the ball which the lodge will givo Thursday night in honor of tho Legislature and its em ployees. JUNEAU PEOPLE CAN GET SEATS AT ELKS' CLUB Juneau people who desire to attend tho Elks' mnistrols in Douglas Tuos day evening may get seats reserved by applying to John McLaughlin at the Elks' Club. SNOW FAST DISAPPEARING FROM PERSEVERANCE The warm rains of the present wcok have been removing tho snow from Sliver Bow ba3ln at a rapid rate, and tho indications aro that the Spring conditions will prevail In tho basin much earlier than usual. ALL COUNCILMEN WILL RUN AGAIN It is authoritatively stated this af ternoon that all tho members of the present city council of Juneau will run for re-election in case the appar ent demand for that action is mani fested at tho mass convention which will be held next Tuesday at tho city hall. It is said that tho councilman will make tho race for re-election up on the record that has been made. . -DANCE TURNER'S EIGHTH BIG DANCE AT RINK TONIGHT. THE NEXT NUMBER WILL BE A ONE-STEP. TRY THEM? Goldstein's Emporium has tho agency for those famous Ogle eggs. 'Every one dated and guaranteed.? <3-19-tf.) ROWLAND DAVIS REtURNS. CapL Rowland Davis, whp had the contract for furnishing the piles for the new White Pass wharf at Shag way, returned yesterday with the Pa cific, which he used In delivering the plies. CONVICTION SET ASIDE. On motion of J. H. Cobb, counsel for V. Von Arx, Judge Jennings to day sot aside the conviction of Von Arx on a charge of calling the city marshal of Douglas an improper name. Von Arx's appeal to the dis trict court from the fine of $50 Im posed by the city magistrate of Doug las, waB dccldod In favor of the city of Douglas, by a jury. KEEP ON: Everyone neodn to learr. not to "weary In woll-dolng." It never paya to slacken up Just because your ef forte have already received the recog nition they merited. After wo have once demonstrated to you why It Is to your advantage to make the Juneau Drug Co. your family druggists, our Interest In you does not coase. On the contrary, we arc more than evejLhOx lous to ace that your confidence In ue choald grow, and that our relations should develop Into more than mere exchange of money for merchandise. We want you to feel assured that when you bring to us your prescrip tion to bo filled?it will be made by an experienced pharmacist, as the doctor ordered, that our stock of druga Is fresh and complete In all details, and that when you ask for anything else we have In the store?and wo carry the biggest drug and cundry stock In Alaska?you will got the boat goodc and the best service?and laet but not least, the boat prices. Tho Ju neau Drug Co., Z. J. Loussat, prop., 107 Front street, opposite Alaskan ho tel, phone 250. 3-18-2L -I- ?> ? * + + * .j. ?*' CLASSIFIED ADV. * .j? * * > 4- ?> ? <:? ? ? ? * ; WANTED ? Governor's office, Ju neau, desires to secure one copy each of the reports of the Governor of Al aska for tho years 1884, 1886, 1887, . 1888, 1893. 1894, and 1895. One dol lar wUI bo paid for each report. ?(3-20-3L ' FOR RENT?House, 5 rooms, bath, phone 2202. 3-20-tf WANTED?Position as house boy, or dtehwashor. Address P, Empire. ? (3-19-3D FOR SALE?Six-room house on lot 50 x 90 foot Cash only considered, 530 Sixth street- 3-19-tf. HOUSES for rent, apply F. J. Wet trick. 3-20-tf. LOST ? Gold rimmed spectacles, black case, phono 223, reward. 19-21. HOUSE for rent. Mrs. M. Davis.? | il? G Tbcta** Meri F. Thorn*.* ? Alaska Furniture 8 Undertaking ?> Co., Inc. Funeral Directors & Embalmers ? Don^laj Alaaka O I Douglas Undertaking | PA]^.LORS=== I Funeral Dircctojp and Em ba liners H. v/jgULLY li ==0 RUG S==?] Doran's Prescription Pharmacy ! HILTON WISH. Proprietor A True Drug Shop where Drugs receive the greatest attention because they demand Ithe greatest attention. OUR PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT Is Modern. Complete and Efficient --I'M111!: 1111 it 111 tii 1111111111111111 n !? 11 it 11:111 n i !? | ALL KINDS Of SHAVING ARTICLES I ON SALE, INCLUDING Razors, Strops, Brushes, Mugs and i I Safety Razors | AT SMITH'S DRUG STORE I " Elmer E. Smith, Douglas. Alaska. J i 111111 n 111111111111 i-i 11 ii n 1111; 11 m i i: i 111111:111; - | Douglas Opera House Hotel J: Fresti Olympia Oysters t ' FREE MOVING PICTURES SUNDAY NIGHT A The Beat of WInea. Liquors and Cigars ? 1 '! PETE ROLANDO, Prop. Douglas, Alaska <? ' . ? ?" | JUNEAU LODGE N0.42(CB:f0. ELKS I ijj ^ Box Sheet Plan ? at Palace of j Sweets, DOUGLAS $ Opens 1 P. M. Sunday, % Closes 6 P. M. X Tucsdav =====? PRESEN3>THE ============== AT THE LYRIC THEAfRE, DOUGLAS Tuesday Evening, March 23. Curtain at Admission :: 'WffPvvvfvyvWnr. 1 THE HOME OF ? j Hart Schaffaer & Marx Clothes i g Don't Make the Mistake " -flies ?you can get just as good a fit in roady madc 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 Schatfner 8 Marx Suit at $25.00; make some comparison of style, material, tailoring, with the made to-measure suit at $50.00. If it doesn't fit, don't buy it We fiave Suits to sell fromM5.00 to S35.00 GOLDSTEIN'S EMPORIUM "IF IT'S CORRECT, WE HAVE IT" CopxriffttEirtScbtXIce.- ZslUra CopgrrigbtllartCihaffiier &M*ot E .. ?- ~:ta >w?c-? ? I KIRKLAND Little Farms I $250 and up Notkc:-Our Kirkland Representative. m a resident of Kirkland, will help yoa s?- f j M lect the boat. Call on ua or drop ua a card 1.9 ' and we will be pleased to call on you. S Juneau Realty Company 8 9 Agents. 122 Front Stroot. Open 'till 9 p.m. B CLEAN, FRESH STOCK i: Furnishings, Blankets, Boots and i h MISS GULICK'S | I Tea Room and Studio I Prlrate Dancing Leuon?--Studlo for Rent 4*****44***4+444 * . : -> + p . CLA80IFIED ADV. 4 * i-.-.* **?**++****+4**+ ? '?? WANTED?Position as cook- la min ing camp or road house by competent woman. \VIll go anywhere. Address P., Empire. 3-18-3t WANTED.?Qlfl for generar house work. Apply to Mrn. R. G. Wayland. Trcadwell. , 3-13-61. FOR SALE?A-l proposition want partner, or wilt seU; profitguarantecd, reply box R, Empire. 3-18-6t ? FOR SALE?M. D. Berry's entire transfer out fit at bargain,/.- 3^18-tf, FOR SALE?Thoroughbred Airedale puppies, 14 weeks old. Very "One spec imens. Apply Empire office at once. ?(2-26-tf.)? jf FOR SALE?Six-room honDo on good lot; prico roasonabTe. Part terms? 634 B 6th St. 3-31m, ? FOR RENT?Five rooms and bath, concrete house, phone 369. 3-16-tT. FOR RENT?Suite of roomo and bath; hot water heat, 326 Second St. phone 41,- 8-1-tt FOR RENT, 2 and 8 roam furnished housekeeping suites: reasonable, "Tho cozy cornor of. .TuntauJL^jCUg Apart ments} ;/Ircourt honwT"* ?FOR ,yI?ENT?Large nicely furnish ed room, Alaska Stoats Laundry. 10-tf NIFTY Eastor neckwear. Just in. Mrs. M. D. Horry's store. 3rd and Franklin. 3-20-tf HOUSES FOR RENT?Four and fire rooms, with concrete basemont one on Konnody and other on Ninth street, phono 372. 2-3-tf ;? ? ? St. Nicholas learoo Tor Tenakeo and way ports, Tuesdays at 8. a. m. lfi-28-tf OFFICES?For rest In Goldstein Bldg. Hot and cold running water tn each offioe; also steam heat Janitor and elevator serricc. t?. SPACE FOR RENT in Brunswick Building. Apply Chaa. Goldstein. ?" Ono Hundred pairs of first class la dies', gentlemen's and children's shoes at really second hand pricea?no bluff. Come and sec. Universal Repair Shop. 114 Front,St , lS-tf. Efogant steam-heated front apart-' meat Fine view; bath, phone, and light free. Hot water at ail hours. Alexander Apts., phono 228. 13-tf WANTED?Four or five room mod ern, furnished cottage, phono 165 ? - (3-13-31.- ? ?VBBBBBBBHBKRBaHHBMPHBPS Day and Night J ??li Janitor Service ? 1 I Responsible white man or wo-; g man furnished by the., hour, ?;} month "'or contract. Window W work - or house cleaning a spe-B clallty?Phono 1202..