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Save MO OB OCR TOO JUBE SPECIALS WEAR CLOTHES THAT ARE MADE RIGHT, CUT RIGHT, FITTED RIGHT THAT ARE RIGHT TO BOTH YOU AND TO US. GIVE US A CHANCE TO SHOW YOU BEFORE | SENDING TO SOME CHICAGO HOUSE OR TO YOUR OLD TAILOR BELOW. "We are herej[on|the Job, have I the stock, and the Men with the KNOW MOW" YUO DON'T TAKE A CHANCE ? RESULTS ARE CERTAIN. HIGH GRADE TAILOR ING FROM $35.00 TO $50.00. WE ARE OPEN UNTIL 9 P. M. AND WANT EVERY MAN AND WOMAN IN THIS DISTRICT TO CALL. YOU DON'T HAVE TO BUY. LETS GET TO KNOW EACH OTHER. J. H. IRVING CO., Inc. TAILORS. Front and Main St. Juneau ?? ; i TONIGHT! | Your Last Chance! j To Sos <> "A GOOD LITRE DEVIL" Fop the benefit of the many Juneaulte* who wcro employed J ?v late Saturday evening and Sunday evening, to see Chas. Chaplain, o ? world's greatest comedian In "Tillle's Punctured Romance" Mana- ? e ger Crandall will run this great Plckford attraction again tonight, o ^ You should do as our big house did last night; come and be com ? ? vlnced about the Lyric (formerly the Rink.) ? PRICES?25c and 10c. . ? ? (P. S.)?Mary Plckford In this great attraction?"The Good Llttlo ? V Devil" will be shown at the Lyric In Douglas this week also. ^ ? 5 BULLET REBOUNDS; SHOOTER WOUNDED W. H. Engel. a young man employ ed by the Alaska Gastlneau Mining Company at the Thane Portal camp, sustained a deep scalp wound last ev ening. when a 22-calIbre bullet recoil ed from a steel target and ploughed a crease in his head two inches long. He was treated at St Ann hospital, and was able to return to Thane last evening. Engel placed a steel disc, about 30 feet away, and shot at It to test the penetrating power of a new high-pow er gun. The bullet cut through his hat when it rebounded. SKAGWAY ELKS DO HONOR TO KEELAR SKAGWAY, June 4.?There was a large assemblage at the meeting last night of Skagway Lodge No. 431, B. P. O. Elks, to do honor to Past Ex alted Ruler Frank T. Keelar, the "Fa ther of Skagway Elks." and the or ganizer of the lodge here, among them being a number of sojourning brethren. The program had been carefully ar ranged previous to the hour of open ing and when the brother to whom 1: wa3 intended to do honor made his appearance the rules were suspended and he was unanimously chosen to fill the chair of the presiding officer during the session, with full powers delegated to hi into place in all tho offices members of his own choosing, which he forthwith proceeded to do as follows, all of his appointees with the exception of one. being past ex alted rulers, and this also would have been occupied by a past exalted rulre had not G. G. Miller, who had been named for the position, been unavoid ably absent. Past Exalted Ruler Keelar gave a most interesting talk.?(Skagway Al askan) P. S. EARLY AT YANKEE BASIN P. S. Early and family have moved to Tenakeo where they will spned tho summer on Mr. Early's mining prop erty. They will return with the open ing of the school year about tho first of September. Empire want ads. work all the time. FORMER JUNEAUITES ARRESTED IN GERMANV According to San Francisco paper; Just at hand, the Mrs. Harriet Boycc an account of whose arrest in Bava ria on a chargo of Insulting Germar customs officers appeared In Tho Em plre's telegraphic news several day; ago, was a former Juneaulte and th< wife of former United States Districl Attornoy J. J. Boyce. Mrs. Boyo's daughter, Miss Margu crlte Boyce, also ?was detained, until the American consul at Munich dopos itod $5000 ball for their rcleaso. Mrs. Boyce and her daughter claim ed the Germans misunderstood them Unfamlllarlty with the Ianguago o! the Prussians, Mrs. Boyce claimed caused the mistake. . Since his retirement from his posi tlon hero. Mr. Boyce has been living at Almond Acres, Yolo Vounty, Calif Mrs. Boyce has been traveling oxten slvely for the past two years. BIG LEAGUE SCORES: YESTERDAY'S SCORES Northewatern League. At Seattle?Seattle. 4; Victoria, 0. At Tacoma?Tacoma, 3; Vancouver, o At Aberdeen?Aberdeen, 1; Spokane, 0. National League At St. Louis?St. Louis. 3; Philadel phia. 1. At Cincinnati?Boston, 5; Cincinnati. *> At Chicago?Chicago. S; New York. 6. American Leaguo At Detroit?Detroit. 6; New York, 4. Federal League At Chicago?Chicago, 10; Pittsburgh. 5. ' At Newark?Buffalo, 6?1; Newark, 3?2. At Kansas City?Kansas City, 3; St. Louis, 2. DON'T forgot the Names? OLTS & GILPATRICK. Contractors Concrete or frame construction. (?n-ti-9) j A SALE ON DISHES j 3; We have a thousand pieces of Alfred MeaMn (England) % 33 small gold band China dishes. These goods have been marked down to cost. Here is an opportunity to get j; real Chinaware at small cost. No trouble to show goods. 1 4 I O o o o .<? o o O "? 1 ? I WSW? ^ 0 ? 1 Juneau Hardware Co.! 3 J WlffluK AlhcrUoa. 147 Froat St. Phon? 243. Sin Frolaun J ? ? RAYMOND'S - PHONE 28 The largest stock of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables is at this store If you are going on a picnic, let us put up your lunch? We can suggest LOTS OF GOOD THINGS TO EAT. Give Us Your Orders Early ! J fc??BM????B^aBBBCTBHBWMH'l/illwll la one of tho clo&nost and hardoai fought games on record in tho sport archives of Gastineau channel, Ju neau nosed Treadwoll out in the nintt inning in tho Last Chance Basin yore! yortorday afternoon and made the series two all. Tho score was 5 to 4 In I oplto of tho fact that their teott chattorod for tho full nine innings, the good baseball put up roused tho live hundred or more fans to roal onthus laam, lu spite of tho bleak wind that swept tho 3tands, and In definnco ot tho dampness which began to spil in tho eighth inning. Game Was in Doubt Juneau Had the game prcsumauiy ui ice up until the fifth inning, havlnf scored In tho first and fourth frames Then Treadwoll poled out sorao gooc hits, a four-ply clout by Eddlo Wood included, and went ahead, 3 to 2. Th< Miners grabbed another score wher Capt. Benson planted anothor over th< fence in tho sixth and things looked dubious for the homo team. Juneai camo right back and tied up the scon however. After Brockel was out Wells was walkod, but Haley forced him. Capt. Glenn Callan smashed it on the no9e and it fell in Gold Crook Kllleen put on steam and retired th< side, but the doed had been done and the scoro was again at ovens. A real dolugo from the skies threat ened to call the gome in tho ninth hnd Juneau failed to push over th< winn!ng_run. Heine Fossas drew : pasB. Ford sacrificed, and Mltchol Rose clouted out a two-sacked, sond ing Fossas home. No Crabbing Yesterday There was ovidence throughout th< game that both teams had called r halt on kicking, and tho fans won tickled to death, for it was feared that tho sport would be sacrificed foi the season, if the differences botweer the two clubs continued. Bert Brews tor of Juneau and Jimmlo Chambers , of Treadwoll bandied the indicators and umpired to tho satisfaction ol both players and fans, with the ox 5 ccptlon of an occasional black looli ? from tho plate, on an occasional ball ? or strike. 1 Wurth opened the game by driving ? to Wright Fossas dropping the ball ? The spoedy outfielder for the Minert ? pilfered second. Johnson walked and t Wood sacrificed both runners. Ford fanned Kertls and Dahl was out on - an infield smack. 1 Juneau Scores One For Juneau Rose was passed to first and took second on Brockel's sacrl ? fico. Wells walked, and advanced a ? baso with Rose with a curve got f away from Lewis. Haloy's infield bit . scored Rose. Kllleen tightened up and struck Callan out In tho second inning Redmond '< doubled and went to third on Lewis' out. Dutton and Kllleen wore unable ? to-connect safely. Juneau's second run came in the fourth when Callan reached second on Wood's error, advanced to third on Baxter's out and scored on Carl King's safo bust along the third base line. King was caught a moment later, trying to steal second. Treadwell Goes Ahead iruuou openca cno oui canio oy poking ono over Wells' head for a rip ping two-bagger, and going to third on Killeen's out. Wurth again walked. Dutton cantered across the rubber on Johnson's sacriflco fly to center. Wood crammed one ovor the high board fence and came across the pan behind Wurth, making the score 3 to 2 in fa vor of the miners. Kertls singled past third but Dahl's out retired the side. In the next frame camo Redmond's cracking home run. That ended Treadwell's scoring, although tboy looked dangerous in the eighth in ning. With both teamB fighting hard, Ju neau tied tho score in the sixth on Wells' walk, and Callan's homor. With rain pouring down in tho ninth, and everybody ready to go homo, for the umpires had indicated thoy would call tho game at the end of the inning, Juneau's victory came as a delightful surprise, and after two mon were down. Rose* hit into loft field ucorod Fossas from second and tho game was over. The same teams will play at Tread well next Saturday?"weather per mitting". Tho scores: TREAD WELL AB R PI PO A E N. Wurth, rf 3 1 0 2 0 1 Johnson, cf 2 0 0 0 0 0 Wood, ss 3 114 2 1 Kertis, lb 4 0 2 11 1 1 Dahl, If 4 0 0 1 0 0 Redmond, 2b 3 1 2 1 2 0 Lewis, c. 3 0 0 6" 2 0 Dutton, 3b 4 1112 0 Killeen, p 4 0 0 0 7 0 Total 30 4 6 *26 16 3 "?Two out when winning run was made. JUNEAU AB R K PO A E Rose, cf. 4 1110 0 Brockcl, 2b 3 0 0 5 2 1 Wells, If. 2 0 0 1 0 0 Haley, ss 4 10 14 0 Callan, 3b. 3 2 2 0 5 0 Baxter, lb 4 0 1 11 0 0 King, c 2 0 17 10 Fossas, rf. 2 10 10 1 Ford, p. . 4 0 0 0 4 0 Total 28 5 5 27 16 2 Score By Innings 123456789 Trcadwell 00003100 0?4 Juneau 1 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 1?5 SUMMARY?Two base hits, Red mond, Dutton. Homo Run#? Wood, Redmond, Callan. Sacrifice hits? Brockcl, Fogsas, Wood. Johnson. Sac rifice fly?Johnson. Struck out?by Ford, 6; Killeen, 6. Bases-on balls ?by Ford, 5; KiUcon. 5. Hit by pitch cd ball, by Killeen. 2. Double plays ?Lewis to Wood, Callan to.Brockcl to Baxter. Left on bases, Treadwell, 5; Juneau, 5. Umpires, Brewster and Chambers. Time?2.20. Treat yourself to the beet?Ardner's Havana cijjsro. 5-2?Kf ?> * ? AMONG THE THEATRE?, ? t ORPHEUM TONIGHT Tho show tonight begins with a Heorat-Sellg Weekly with a won 1 dorful war nection. Harry K. Thaw i poses for tho Hoarat-Sollg wookly at , his homo In Now Hampshire where he has lived since his escape from i tho Now York aaylum. Winter sports 5 In Boston aro soon and other Inter , eating events. Tho little Star, whom the Blograph t company created for tho movies? C Mary Plckford In tho "Twisted Trail" 1 Tho Essanay Co. features Fran cis X Buschmann, their stollar star In tho strong two-part moral drama l "Ashot of Hope. . For a good laugh we present John | Bunny and Joslo Sadder in tho roar l Ing comedy "Sotting the StylbT^ You [ will not have many more chances to \ soe tho once world-famous comedian i John Bunnoy. . Tuesday antl Wednesday a now 1 Pathe Dally News and tho 2-part Bio t graph feature, "Brute Force." *?* GREAT FEATURE AT GRAND TONIGHT Chariot) Chaplin, the greatest co median in the motion picture world, ' will bo 3een at the Grand Theatre to night in his masterpiece, "Tlllio's Punctured Romance," a Keystone co ' raody in six reels. Ho will be assist 5 ed by an all-star cast which in 1 eludes Mario Drossier and Mablo Nor 1 mand. 2 This picture was received by Mana ger W. D. Gross, of tho Grand thoatro at high cost, and its stay in Alaska must bo short. If the patronago Is largo onough, tho picturo will bo held by Mr. Gross anothor day and it will bo shown tomorrow night. Otherwise it will bo sent back on the City of Se attle tomorrow night. For tho second time in the history of tho Grand theatre, the prices havo been raised to 50 cents. This was made necessary on account of tho expense of bringing tho Alms to Ju neau. Manager Gross says that there 1 must be tho very best of reason when ho raises prices at the Grand. "We ; never raise the prices," said Mr. ? Gross, "except wo have the very best 1 cause for it and tho goods to show 1 for it. In this Instance wo arc do 1 ing our patrons a great favor, because 1 wo nro presenting for them the world's greatest comodlan in his mas terpicco assisted by a galaxy of stars, a film such as i3 only shown In tho ' largest theatres of the largo towns in 1 the States. If anyone attending the theatre tonight should be dissatisfied and say that wo did not do tho people ' of Juneau a good . turn when we brought this great feature hore, not withstanding the extra cost, we will give him his money back." ? + in MRS. WICKERSHAM LEAVES 1 FOR FAIRBANKS HOME Ma. James Wickcrsham, wife of the Delegate from Alaska, left Skagway, whoer she had been a guest at tho Pullen House for ten days, for Fair banks June 1st. Mrs. WIckersham visited at Sitka for a tlmo after leav ing Juneau. FAIRBANKS DREDGE SINKS. FAIRBANKS, May 17. ? A report received last evening in Fairbanks Is to tho efTect that the dredge of the Fairbanks Gold Mining company sunk Sunday morning about 3 o'clock in water estimated to bo from 10 to 1C foot in depth. Its sinking is shroud ed in mystery in thst when the work- 1 men who have been putting the ap- i paratus in shape for summer work . ended tholr labors Saturday evening, ; it was in good shape, although there < was a little seepage water In the i hold.?(Citizen.) Don't have cold reot, try- somo of Fommer & Rittor's Nnnaima coal. (4-5-tf.) I GETTING DIRECTORY ??5"? Fred M. Poore has been In the in terior country for Bovoral weeks, gath sring data for a new edition of Polk's Alaska Dlccotory. He is headed to wards Juneau. T. C. Armstrong, who covered Juneau for Polk's directory, returned from Sitka Saturday. NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that tho par nershlp horctofore existing bctwocn Jorgen Nelson and George Osborno, conducting the Nelson & Osborno Jewelry store at Juneau, and the bus iness thereof, was dissolved by mu tual consent on the 5th day of June, 1915, George Osborno retiring. Jorg en Nelson succeeds as sole owner of tho business and accounts duo and assumes all the indebtedness of tho firm. Junean, Alaska, June 5th, 1915. GEORGE OSBORNE. JORGEN NELSON. First publication, June 7, 1915. T Moose Charter Closes July 1st. Hi I' Applications must bo In by tho and of this month <. | Every' Man Should Join a ?? | Fraternal Order :: No man should deny himself the prlvllego of Joining a fraternal !' ** . organization. He owes It to himself, his wife and his children, that J > he associates himself with the men of hlo community In fraternal <> <? organization, that when misfortune comes, as It-may come to all < > of us, and he Ic unable to help himself and his loved ones, aid may J* <? be at once forthcoming, not charity, but roal asslstanco from tho o members of his order, for that Is the object and teachings of every < ? % fraternal order. o The Loyal Order of Mooso Is over 26 years old and has .no \ \ ^ political connectllno, but stands for P. A. P. Three great prlncl- n o pies, Purity, Aid, Progress. < ? X File your application with Dr. Mahone, 4th floor, Goldstein J, Y Bldg., at 3 to 8 8 p. m. J > <> , O < ? (GOLDEN GATE TEA .2?^ 1 ^ ^ JUNE 7th to 12th I THIS COUPON is GOOD FOR MONEY IF .PRESENTED AT GROCERS ?JUNE 7th to 12th, 1915 (FOLGER'S em TEA) Rrcular Special tale price rotail price with coupon 1 LB. TINS .80 .50 y, ?? " .40 .25 !4 .25 .15 LB " " 3.75 2.60 ^ Grocers will collect the difference VNA-\ fro no us \ V* %\ENTER YOUR ORDER below Kustcr cfltet Sbt of Tint ? ! CEYLON-INDIA ENGLISH BREAKFA3T OOLONG JAPAN GUNPOWDER BLACK & GREEN / I For one week at I these prices to con- ^ vince you that the . tea is worth the/$ price. ^ f/l1-. 1/1 pounu Ol j this tea makes ' 300 cups. At i 80c a pound, A the cost is one || cent for about four cups. IY ou can anora ^ to drink good tea. LJ. A. FOLGER & CO.. San Francisco 111 i 18111II i HI H 11111 H M 111 !*? ; j!The Use of FOLGERS Will Help to Keep Peace in tlie Family :: 1 Health | The Connecting j Links In The f; Chain of Health * ?ol^w,5 Ooldon Safe Coffee Tea Spices Extract? SaKing Powder ?Sold on Merit ><?"r'rr"? i-I , / I ? ? ? Health is !;;* Wealth 1 I: Ra n Lime Juice, Grape Juice, Pineapple f I :i OK a JUILKE ? jujcej Apple Juice. ^aln of*HeaIth? thC T 3 1 ALASKA TRBADWBLL GOLD MINING GO. U :: Mercantile Department TREAD WELL, ALASKA ;: g | WWi I *8 N'l' i'M'H >H'H ?I Ki M J1111M 118 i 8 8 ill B13 8 Ml i 111 H t HI t IC M t |