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? ALASKA DAILY EMPIRE ? i
+ Douglas Branch *
? M. A. SNOW. Manager *
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DOUGLAS. July 21.?A very Inter
esting ball game is taking place this
afternoon on the Douglas grounds.
The James Saw Mill is closed for the
afternoon and the Inside men, or
"Sawdust Eaters," are playing the
outside nen, "Slab Pilers." Lou Mill
er is the umpire.
The Douglas Are department re
cently received 1000 fceet of hose and
is in better position for fighting fire
that ever before.
Mrs. John Harris, a native woman,
died at St. Ann's hospital yesterday
morning. The funeral will take place
tomorrow.
The Jt.mes Saw Mill Is closed for
a few hours on account of the ground
ing of a boom of logs.
Mrs. R. C. Mathis returned from
the South and the Jefferson Monday!
evening.
The Diuglas Infants defeated the
Juneau Midgels on the local ball
grounds this morning by a score of
13 to 8.
"TREY C' HEARTS" AT
THE LYRIC THEATRE
DOUGLAS. July v21.?The third ep-l
isode of the Trey o'Hearts series will
be on the screen at the Lyric thea
tre tonight The name of the episode
Is "The Seaventure."
"Coming Home." a two-reel Eclair
drama will be shown and the show
will conclude with a comedy entitled
"Nell's Eugenic Wedding." ???
TREADWELL, July 21. ? The'
Treadwel! fire department baseball
team is in fine form and expects to
win handily from the Douglas team
tomorrow night. Almost as much in
terest attaches to the new series just
starting which will include ;;ames be
tween Treadwell, Douglas, the Alas
ka-Juneau and Thane teams, as that
manifested in the games between
the Treadwell and Juneau first teams.
Mrs. I. D. Carpenter is a returning
passenger on the City of Seattle
from a trip to the States.
All is in readiness for the dance at
the club tonight. The afTair is not
invitational and a number of Juneau
people have signified their Intention
of attending.
The Juneau and Treadwell baseball
game scheduled for this afternoon,
was postponed on account Juneau's
team being crippled. Baxter is out
of town. Bocckel is out fishing, and
Cy Wright is crippled. The game will
be played Sunday.
The Treadwell band will hold its
regular practice at the fire hall to
morrow evening.
A large number of tennis players
are signing up for the double tourna
ment. and the courts are being put
in shape. New linen are being placed
on the courts this afternoon.
Bert Steadman. who was injured at
the Central hoist, one month ago. re
turned to work as holstman this
morning.
UTAH COPPER STOCKS
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NEW YORK? There were 4697
stockholders in the Utah Copper Com
pany as of the June quarter, compar
ed with 3914 at the compilation or
the annual report for the year ended
December 31. 1913.
French holdings of Utah Copper
reached their high point. 209,230
shares., about the middle of Decem
ber, 1913. Liquidation has brought
this amount at the present time down
to 113,529, or a little more than one
half.?(Wall Street Journal.)
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PHIL ABRAHAMS' DAUGHTER
PASSENGER ON PRINCESS ALICE
Mm. J. W. Wright of Edmonton.
Alberta, formerly Miss Alice Abra
hams, of Skagway, daughter of Phil
Abrahams, the well known business
man of the Gateway City, was a Skag
way bound passenger on the Princost
Alice, which was in port last night
; with her little baby girl. Mrs. Wright's
i husband is a physician at Edmonton,
and this will be her first visit to hei
father since she was married nearly
two years ago. She will spend sev
eral weeks with him at Skagway.
SPOKANE TO SAIL.
The steamship Spokane sails south
tonight at 10 o'clock. Among the
passengers will be Miss Adelaide
Fisher, who has been visiting at
Thane, and Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Mar
tin.
G. H. Canfleld. of the United States j
geological survey, who Is in Alaska'
to take measurements of the flow of
water in various streams, is a guest
at the New Cain.
A home
Product
Juneau Famous
Alaska Beer
"The Beer of
Quality"
Family Trade Solicited
Union Iron Worts
Agents for Southeastern Alaska
JCNBAC, ALASKA
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[Tires, Ford Accessories
Auto Sundries
?-E FIRST TERRITORIAL BANK
Douglas OF ALASKA 26 Front 1t Juneau
INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS a Q
ACCOUNTS, AND ON TIME DEPOSITS TT Q
ALASKA MEAT COMPANY John Reck. Mgr.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Manufacturers of all Kinds of Sausages Our Hams and Bacon Are
Home-Smoked
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iwHIRSUTONE"j
THE IDEAL HAIR TONIC I
t WITH A GUARANTEE OF SATISFACTION ? IT WILL REMOVE -
T DANDRUFF. NINETY PER CENT OF THE MEN ARE TROU- "
BLED WITH THIS DISEASE. TRY A 50c OR $1.00 BOTTLE AND -j
t GET RELIEF. SOLD ONLY "
j AT SMITH'S DRUG STORE jj
?' Elmer E. Smith. Douglas. Alaska. !*
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Douglas Opera House Hotel
Fresh Olympia Oysters \\\
31 F3EE MOVING PICTURES SUNDAY NIGHT 31
3 I The Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars 3 3
33 PETE ROLANDO, Prop. Douglas, Alaska 33
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SHIP BURNING
IN INDIAN OCEAN
DURBAN, South Africa. July 21.?
The Insular and Oriental liner Ben
allu from English ports to Australia
is on tire 800 miles east of Durban, ac
cording to wireless reports received
from tho vessels today. She has 800
passengers on board, all of them men
and women who are enroute to Aus
tralia to settle in that country.
Several ships have changed their
course so as to pick up the burning
vossel. though none of them urn in
her imemdlate neighborhood. It is,
feared that the death loss will be
very large unless the Are can be got
under control.
strikersIattle
WITH N. J. POLICE
"BAYONNE. N. J.. July 21- -One was
killed and eight shot and many others
Injured by flying cobblestones in a
terrific battle here between 1,500
striking Standard Oil employees and
150 policemen and special duty sher
iffs today in front of the Tidewater
Oil company's plant.
Five hundred shot were fired by of
ficers who were being overcome by ,
strikers, when eight fire engines from
tho Bayonne city Are department re
sponding to a riot call dispersed the
strikers with streams of water.
Six policemen had been beaten in
to unconsciousness when the Arc de
partment appeared on the scene.
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VIENNA CLAIMS REPULSE
OF ITALIAN ATTACKS
VIENNA. July 21.?The war office
says: "In the latest fighting in Gor
Izia the enemy commenced the ac
tions with overwhelming artillery
bombardments following up with in
fantry attacks. ?11 these attacks weroi
repulsed. A strong attack against the>
bridge head at Luclnico was also re-'
pulsed. The enemy attacked unsuc
cessfully at Bedlpulia. notwithstand
ing a continuous artillery bombard
ment We counted 260 corpses ly
ing before our positions. An attack
by the Italians against Monte Gors
ton broke down under the fire from j
the fortress."
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GERMANS LOSE SUBMARINE
WHICH SUNK LUSITANIA
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NEW YORK, July 21.?Passengers
on the American liner St. Paul, that
reached New York from London Sun
day, say the German submarine U
24. reported to have sunk the Lusi
tania has been caught in a net stretch
ed by the British in the English chan
nel.
MUNITIONS EXPLODE
AT CONSTANTINOPLE
SEBASTAPOL, Russia. July 21.
A tremendous explosion occured at
Tarchana, a suburb of Constantino
ple. on the Golden Horn, Friday, de
stroying a great quantity of Turkish
war munitions and causing a panic
in CMonstantitnople. The ground
rocked as though an earthquake had
occurred.
ENGLA :D MUST FIGHT
LONDON. July 21.?Sir John Si
mon. the home secretary, declares
that if England does not do more in
the future than she has done in the
past, she is going to be defeated by
Germany.
GEN. BOTHA COMING
TO EUROPE WITH ARMY
LONDON. July 21.?Gen . Soues
Botha who led the South African forc
es to victory in German Southwest
Africa, is about to leave for Europe
with his troops.
DESTROYED GERMAN SHIP
WAR OF DEUTCHLAND CLASS
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LONDON. July 21.? The German
battleship sunk July 2, in the Baltic
sea has been identified as the Pom
mern, belonging to the "Deutschland" j
class and costing $6,000,000.
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CATTLEMAN IS HELD
FOR $6,000 RANSOM
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IDAHO FALLS. Idaho. July 21. ?
Bandits are holding E. A. Empcy, a
big cattleman of this section for a
ransom of $6000, according to Em
pey's son. who says his father was
abducted from his home Saturday
night. Officials are investigating the
case.
SWANK IS TRUSTEE.
C. W. Swank of Hadley today was
appointed trustee for the creditors of
the Alaska Lumber & Box company,
which recently was adjudicated a
bankrupt.
The meeting of the creditors was
held in the office of Referee A. H.
Ziegler.
UNION IRON WORKS
HAS EXTRA BLAZE
The flre department was called out
this afternoon at 3:20 by a chimney
fire in the Union Iron Works building
on lower Front street. The blaze
was put out before any screen dam
age had been done.
FIVE TORPEDO BOATS
COMING TO ALASKA
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Five torpedo boats, composing the
first division of the Pacific flotilla,
sailed from Mare Island Navy Yard
Thursday for a trip through Northern
Pacific waters, including those of Al
aska.
The flotilla will put in at Bremer
ton and at Sitka and Dutch Harbor.
Alaska on the outward trip.
The torpedo boats which will mnke
the trip under command of Lieut.
Martin K. Metcalf are the Whipple,
Paul Jones, Perry, Preble and Trux
ton.
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+ CANCEL BALL GAME. *
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? The ball game scheduled to
+ be played at Treadwell this af- ?:
? ternoon was called off at 2 o'- ? j
+ clock, as Cy Whighi's crip- + 1
?> pled hand would keep him out ? >
+ of the game, and Boeckcl Is +
? away on a Ashing trip to Fish *1
+ creek. +'
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JEFFERSON SAILS TOMORROW.
The JefTerson is duo tomorrow af
ternoon at four o'clock enroute for
Seattle. A large party of round-trip
excursionists are on board. The
steamer will remain in port hore
about two hours.
0LNE5 WUMtIN
IS MURDERED
FAIRBANKS, July 21.?Mrs. W. E.
Rowe, a widow, who owned property
at Olnes, was clubbed to death on
the Tanana Valley railroad right-of
way near Little Eldorado Creek some
time Monday night. Her body was
found yesterday by a laborer, and the
Federal authorities are searching for
clues. Robbery is thought to have
been the motive of the crime, as It
is said the woman was in the habit of
carrying a large sum of money. She
was planning to leavo soon for the
States, and had been to Chatanika
Monday night, making collections.
She was killed while on her return to
Olnes. and was last seen live at Lit
tle Eldorado Station, at 10 o'clock
Monday night.
DOWRY ASSIGNED
TO MRS. ANDERSON
Judge Robert \V. Jonning6 today
signed an order of assignment of
dower in the A. T. Anderson estate.
The order gives Mrs. Hulda Ander
son a one-third Interest in mining
claims at Sheep creek.
Nell Ward. John E. Winn and John
Dolan, commissioners appointed by
the court, filed their report and the
proceedings automatically are dis
pensed with.
BIDS WANTED.
Bids wanted for the grading and
graveling of 8th street. Information
may be had by calling on Street Com
missioner J. H. Wheeler. Bids must
be in by Saturday noon. 7-19-5t.
Everybody reads Empire "ads."
"THE PRICE," TONIGHT
AT THE ORPHEUM
The Majestic Stock company will
present "Tho Price," at the Orpheum
theatre tonight. The play la aald to
be a winner. It deals with tho prob
lema of youth.
Tomorrow night and Friday night
the company will appear in the Ly-!
ric theatre, Doug!a8, returning here,
for Saturday night's performance.
The attendance at "Tho Divorce
Question" last night was large, and
the production pleased the audience.
STEAMER DESPATCH
WILL LOAD SALMON
The Border l.lno steamship Des
patch arrived in port at noon from
Sitka, on her way south. She had 0
tons of freight for this port, and
there were twelve round-lrlpper6
aboard.
The Despatch is in command of
Capt. Simon Brunn. She will make a
call at Burnett Inlet, to load canned
salmon.
"MAIL ROBBERY" WA8
TRANSFER MAN'S MISTAKE
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The recovery In Japan of the miss
ing sack of registered mall that was
supposed to be on the Alameda bound
to the Westward sometime ago has
cleared up the "Alameda mall rob
bery" sensation that has been dis
cussed so much in the newspapers.
A Seattle transfer man delivered the
sack to a Japanese boat rather than
to the Alameda.
SMALL BLAZE ROUTED.
A burning chimney in the kitchen
of Mrs. Sophia Korhonen, in Front
street, called the Arc department out
at 3:20 this afternoon. Isadora Gold
stein extinguished the flames with a
garden hose. Slight damage was
done.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Crse have re
turned from Tee Harbor, where they
spent three or four days camping.
Mr. Case secured some good photo
graphs, and a fine string of trout.
"W. H. Welch telegraphed "regards
to all the boys at tho Elks' Club,"
from Los Angeles today, and his
friends believe the wire lndicaets that
Bill has struck It rich on his claims in
Arizona.
YOU HAVE tried the rest, now try
the best. For French dry cleaning,
steam cleaning, dyeing and pressing.
Capital Dye Works, phone 177. 19-tf
Empire want ads. get results
DOLPHIN BRINGING 150
PASSENGERS TO ALASKA
SEATTLE, July 21.?The Dolphin
will sail from Seattle tonight with
150 passongcrs for Alaska. Most of
the passengers are round trip tour
ists.
The following named are on the
vessel for Juneau: A. F. Fitch, Rose
Schmidt. Mrs. D. Martin, Georfo Web
ster, W. H. Mendham, Miss -Nevins,
Edith Freeman, Fred Carroll, M. N.
Miles, W. L. Wotherspoon, Miss A.
Gibboner, Nick Costa.
For DouglHu?Paul Friedman and
John Leudquist.
We are paying the highest prices
for second hand furniture and house
hold goods. Universal Repair Shop,
114 Front St.. phone 273. 7-19-tf.
SCIENTIFIC
LENSES
It is now known that many
eye troubles are caused by
certain Irritating rays in electric
light. .
These ure ultra-violet rays and
the Infra-reds.
And only recently has a lense
been perfocted that satisfactorily
filters them from the eye.
It can bo worn constantly as
the tint is Invisible except with
close scrutiny.
If your glasses are not com
fortnble?talk to us about this
lenso. It is really a preventa
tive of cataract
Robert Simpson
OPTOMETRIST & OPTICIAN
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JUDGE GARY LOOKS
FOR AN EARLY PEACE
DENVER, Colo., July 21. Judge
Gary says: "Wo are approaching
the end of a war that in destroying
life and property almost beyond hu
man calculation. The end may not
come Immediately, but it will come
sooner than expected by many."
GREAT BRITAIN MAY
AGREE WITH NEUTRALS
LONDON, July 21. ? Great Britain
is negotiating with Scandinavian
countries with the idea of regulating
the trudo of neutrals according to nor
I mal imports and exports.
FRESH Augustine <?. Kyers" candy
just arrived at the Hill Drug Co.,
phone 32.
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WANTED ? A few more nations
to flght against Germany. Apply by
wireless to the Planet Mars. 7-'-'0-2t
FOR SALE?Rooming house: best
location In town, clearing $175 a mo.
Inquire Empire office. 7-20-6t.
HOUSE FOR RENT?F. J. Wcttrlck
FOR RENT?Five rooms and bath,
concrete house, phon*.-369. 2-16-tf.
FOR RENT, 2 and 3 room furnisher
housekeeping suites; reasonable, "The
cozy corner of Juneau." Cliff Apart
ments, near court house. 2-Mm.
HOUSE for rent. Mrs. M. Davlfl.?
FURNISHED ROOMS for rent. $8
per month, corner of 3d and Gold st.
?(7-13-3L)
Nicely furnished rooms; hot and
cold water in each room, with or
without board. Mrs. Shannon. 23!?
Gold St. 7-13-lm.
St. Nicholas leaves for Tenakee and
way ports, Tuesdays at 8. a. m. 12-28-tt
FOR SALE?Lot 3. Block 37. on 7th
St., between Gold and Harris, 50-foot
frontage. 100 feet deep. R. E. Rob
! ertson. 6-25-lm
FOR SALE?M. D. Berry's entire
transfer-out fit at bargain. 3-16-tf.
COME to the Palmist. I tell you
nbout work, business, marriage and
the future. Get your fortune told.
306 Front St. 7-7-lm.
Independent Electric Co., wiring and
repairing promptly done. Phone 34.
Forrest bldg., E. Carlson, Prop.
?(7-10-lm.)
HOUSE FOR RENT.?Seven rooms
and bath, down town, $35.; possible
to rent two or three rooms. Call at
123 Gold St. 7-19-3t.
WOMAN wants hour work, phono
138. 7-19-tf.
WANTED ? A housemaid. Apply
to Treadwell PostofUce. 7-19-3t
Kondrick Show Cards a Specialty.*
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$ L. G Thomas Merl F. Thomiw < >
? Alaska Furniture 8 Undertaking -1
A Co., Inc. <?
Funeral Directors & Embalmers ?
Douglas ^ 1
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"EWRY"_S^I
The Guaranteed Shirt Stiirt Styles Are Here
' ? 1 ?? t "n I , " t '? ?? 'I r==
hey're the finest we have shown--a selection of new and
exclusive color effects?the seasons -most wanted. Come in
and look em oVer
These Shirts are cut and proved by an individual system ? every shirt
measures exactly as marked. Sleeves are different lengths to fit all men.
Body is cut in proportion to neck size and on generous lines that insure cus
tom comfort. Neck-bands are preshrunk ? they can't shrink any more.
Made only of the most dependable, tested-fast fabrics. p p p
Fit, Comfort, Color, Wear ?GUARANTEED
"A NEW SHIRT FOR ONE THAT FAILS"?Emay
"GOLDSTEIN'S EMPORIUM
THE HOME OF HART. SCHAFFNER & MARX CLOTHES
i; The Majestic Stock Go. will tage 11
| The "Deep Purple" jj
? -AT THE- <?
Lyric Theatre, Douglas
| THURSDAY EVENING i:
! I Seats on Sale at "The Palace of Sweet?" Reserved Scats 75c <
"REX"
DOUGLAS-JUNEAU FERRY
15 Cents
Leaves Juneau
A.M.?6:00 8:30 9:30 10:30 11:30
P.M.?12:30 1:30 2:30 3:30 4:20
6:45 7:30 8:30
Leaves Douglas
A.M.?7:15 9:00 10:00 11:00
P.M.?12:10 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00
5.35 7:00 8:00 9:00
Leaves Young's Float, Near City
Dock, JUNEAU
Leaves City Dock, DOUGLAS
A. P. Ex.
liquor
VypCld Company..
SECOND AND SEWARD

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