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? ? ? ALASKA DAILY EMPIRE ? + Douglas Branch + ? M. A. SNOW, Manager + ? v DOUGLAS-. July 23. ? The Second street bridge Is nearly completed and the street will be graveled as soon as possible. The Douglas Eagles will hold a big ' meeting tonight. There will be Init iation and o?her work of interest. The general 4th of July committee reports that all bills have been paid and that the appropriation was exact ly enough. The money contributed and disbursed was J1769.60. "THE DIVORCE" AT THE LYRIC THEATRE TONIGHT DOUGLAS. July 24.?The Majestic Stock Company played "Deep Pur ple" to a big house at the Lyric thea tre last night. The production was excellent and it is claimed by those , who attended that this company is the best tha ever invaded the North. "The Divorce" is the title of the play to bo given tonight and criticisms from other papers state that this Is one of their best bills. Without mentioning names, it can be said that this is the best balanced company ever seen in Douglas and that they hold the interest of their audiences throughout the entire eve ning's entertainment. ??? TREADWKLL. July 23. ? Entries' for the double tennis tournament to be played at Treadwell have been closed and the first games will be played this afternoon between Bax ter-Stanchfield and the Searing Broth ers. Eight teams have entered and the first four games must be played before August 1st. On account of darkness the game of baseball scheduled for last evening | between the Douglas and Treadwell fire department teams was postponed until next Wednesday evening. The City of Seattle is due at Tread well about noon tomorrow with 67 tons of freight for the Company. There will be a regular meeting of the Treadwell tire department at the 1 Are hall tonight. Four reels of mov- ? lng pictures will be shown after the meeting. The concrete foundations for the j new school house are almost com pleted and tho frame work will be started immediately. On account of the increased number of pupils at Treadwell. there will bo two teachers engaged instead of one. Watermen's Ideal and Conklin's Fountain Pens?are the "Standard Pens." Juneau Drug Co., are agents for both makes. We carry 250 pens in stock. The largest assortment of different points and styles in Alaska. The prices are the same as outside. The store that has what you want ?when you want it. Opposite Alas kan Hatel. 7-23-3t. PERSEVERANCE MEN ARE BACK ON JOBS W. H. Bridge ford and Sam Broco vich, both of Perseverance were dis charged this morning and have re turned to their work at the mine. FRED HILE HURT. ?*?? Struck by lumber falling from his wagon when a wheel broke off this afternoon Fred Hile sustained a se vere cut on the side of his face and was taken to the hospital to have the wound dressed. BOY BREAKS WRIST. Clarence Geddes broke a bone in bis right wrist, while cranking the Williams auto this afternoon. Dr. L. P. Dawes set the break, the exact na ture of which could not be ascertain ed at this time. The crank recoiled, causing the accident. The wrist was broken several years ago, in exactly the same place, and the boy's right leg was broken four years ago. VERNE HILE ILL IN HOSPITAL. ?+? Verne Hile. the infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hile is Dr. DeVighne's patient at St. Ann's hospital. The child is suffering from a very severe cold and is in rather a critical condi tion. If you want a "Baby Book" call or phone to Juneau Drug Co. 2-5-0. We will save you one. 7-23-3 We are specializing on "Babies'" necessities, like Baby Foods, nipples, nursing bottles, pacifiers, etc. "The Store that has What You. Want When You Want?When You Want It." 107 Front St., Opposite Alaskan Hotel, kan Hotel. 7-23-3t Large shipment of fresh vegetables due Saturday morning at Goldstein's. ' .III A Home Product Juneau Famous Alaska Beer "The Beer of Quality" Family Trade Solicited 11 mmgmp I j | Union Iron Worfcs Agents for Southeastern Alaska JUNEAO, ALASKA I Tires, Ford Accessories Auto Sundries ?! FIRST TERRITORIAL BANK Dougla. OF ALASKA 28 Front 1t Juneau INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS a Q ACCOUNTS, AND ON TIME DEPOSITS 4 Q ALASKA MEAT COMPANY John Reck. Mgr. Wholesale and Retail Butchers Manufacturer* of all Kinds of Sausages Our Hams and Bacon Are Home-Smoked 111111:11111 1111 i 11111 i 111111111 i 111111111111 "HIRSUTONE"} THE IDEAL HAIR TONIC WITH A GUARANTEE OF SATISFACTION ? IT WILL REMOVE ?? DANDRUFF. NINETY PER CENT OF THE MEN ARE TROU ?? BLED WITH THIS DISEASE. TRY A 50c OR $1.00 BOTTLE AND f !; GET RELIEF. SOLD ONLY ;i AT SMITH'S DRUG STORE jj Elmer E. Smith, Douglas. Alaska. I! j ?i 11111 i; i11 in 111111111111111111111111111111111111 r j Douglas Opera House Hotel Fresh Oiympia Oysters * FREE MOVING PICTURES SUNDAY NIGHT ? The Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars <! | PETE ROLANDO, Prop. Douglas, Alaska 3 3 WORTHEN WINS LOGGING SUIT After having deliberated for almost twenty-seven hours, a Federal court |ury last night reached a verdict in tho suit for enforcement of contract, brought by the Worthen Lumber Mills against D. N. McDonald, a logger. The verdict was read in open court this morning, tho jury having given the plaintiff Judgment in tho sum of (276.40. The case has been on trial six days. Worthen sued McDonald through his attorney. John Rustgard, asking (875. The defendant was represented by Gunnison & Robertson,- who asked for a judgment in favor of their client, for (3.200. alleging that McDonald had been tho loser through the con tract he had Bigned with Worthen, for the delivery of logs to the saw mill. A poll of the Jury was asked by counsel for the defense, and each man in turn affirmed the signed verdict. O. L. Coward was foreman. The jury retired at 7:30 Wednesday night, and deliberated all that night, all day yesterday, and up until 10:30 last night. Before he left court last eve ning Judge Jennings left word that If an agreement were reached, a seal ed verdict could be rendered, and an nounced this morning. INDIAN GIRL CHARGES JUNEAU1TE John Markrud, a local barber, was placed under arrest last evening on a warrant Issued at the request of Alice Nelson, an Indian girl, charging stat utory rape. He Is detained In the United States jail, as the amount of his ball will not be determined until Monday afternoon, when a prelimin ary hearing will be held. The defend ant will be represented by Attorney Z. R. Cheney. The complaint sets forth that his accuser is 14 years and 8 months old, and that the offense was committed in Juneau on Sept. 30, 1914. The girl is the mother of a child now about a month old. Markrud protests his innocence, and his friends cling to the belief that a serious mistake has been made. Markrud cannot be admitted to bonds until the hearing. Commission er Marshall declares the law makes the case unbailable unless the pre sumption of guilt is very small, and held that he could not determine how weighty the evidence against the de fendant was. until the hearing. NEW YORK COMPANY BUYS BIG PROPERTY H. K. Welch of New York, who has been in the city for several weeks has just closed a deal through his at torney John Rustgard for the trans fer of 25 lode claims and 14 mUlsltcs from the Gold Belt Mining Co. and [ the Alaska Gastineau Co. to the Alas ka Consolidated Mines Company of New York. The claims are located on the divide between the heads of Sheep Creek, Gold Creek and Carlson Creek, southeasterly from the Gas tineau properties at Perseverance. This transfer is the culmination of work that has been going on for about a year. The deeds have been execut ed but delivery will be made In New York. When the deeds have been de livered the Company will file its ar ticles of incorporation here and stock will be issued. The trustees of the company are Herbert E. Latter, Will iam J. Maloney, and Oscar Relchards. who have their headquarters in Ncy York, though the Corporation was originally filed under the laws of Deleware. Mr. Welch will return to New York within the next fc wdays. WHOOPING COUGH CASES ?UNOFFICIAL QUARANTINE Owing to the development to two cases of whooping cough in Douglas the residents of Trcadwell have insti tuted an unofficial quarantine affect ing all children of either Douglas or Treadwell and for the time being have closed the swimming tank to children in order to prevent any spreading of the disease. Unless the disease breaks out more generally no official quarantine will be enforced. VANVALKEN8URGH TO BECOME A BENEDICT ? R. R. VanValkenburgh, shift-boss at the Perseverance mine will leave on one of the early boats for his home in Houghton. Michigan where he will be married. Mr. Houghton is a graduate of the Michigan College of Mines at Houghton. The future Mrs. VanVal kenburgh is a resident of Houghton. Mr. VanValkenburgh will return with his bride In September. GUESTS FROM SITKA COME ON JEFFERSON Among the passengers arriving last night on the Jefferson from Sitka were Mrs. Geo. E. Howard who will be the guest of Mrs. J. F. Pugh of this city for several days, and Mrs. George E. Howard, Mrs. L. DeGroff and her daughter, Miss A. Vander blldt. who are registered at the New Cain. LEAVE FOR SOUTH. The Princess Alice's passengers from Juneau, bound for points to the South, were as follows: Miss Moffett, Mrs. Cruise, Miss J. E. Cummlng, Miss Grace TIngley, J. E. Smith, J. L. Costley. Miss Lulu Currin. May C. Fry. Miss Frances Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Hodge, Hugh Currin, Mrs. H. D. Staley, P. E. Jackson. Mrs. Bernice Hurlbut, J. D. Ryder, Miss Alice L. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Carr. S. Mann. Mrs. L. DeGroff and daughter. Miss Anna Vanderbilt, of Sitka, arrived here last night and registered at the New Cain. They will return to Sitka on tho City of Seattle tomorrow. wmmmmmmmmmaammmmmmmmmsmmmamammmmmmmmamamm "EMERY". The Guaranteed Shirt The New "EMERY" ! Shirt Styles Are Here Bfc 5J? 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 \ s SJa 52a 5?? 5&? 5?? 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 Fit, Comfort, Color, Wear ? GUARANTEED | "A NEW SHIRT FOR ONE THAT FAILS"?Emery GOLDSTEIN'S EMPORIUM I THE HOME OF HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX CLOTHES DOUGLAS ORPHEUM I TO OPEN AUG. 15 Manager John T. Spickett today se-, cured the lease from John Hcnson, of; \ Douglas, for space in the Hcnson 11 building at that place for a theatre. | f Following the signing of the papers I Mr. Spickett announced that an Orph- c cum theatre will be opened at Douglas ? August 15th. Men will be started at 1 once changing the building into a first r class theatre. , t Mr. Spldkett says it is his intention to make the Douglas Orpheum an up- 1 to-the-mlnute theatre and a credit to 1 the city. The same attractions that f are produced in tho Orpheum at Ju- \ neau will be produced at Douglas. 1 ? ? ? ? EXCAVATION TO TAKE TWO WEEKS jj Earth is being removed from the w Arctic Brotherhood lot at Third and ^ Main streets, at the rate of 45 wagon ^ loasd a day and T. E. Krigbaum. who ^ has the contract to excavate the lot, ^ expects to have the work over within two weeks. Each wagon-load of dirt averages about one and one-half ( yards. Work on the A. B.'s building will \ be commenced as soon as possible af ter the excavation for the foundations, i Clark Smith, an officer of the Arctic Brotherhood building association, will i be In charge of the work, with M. S. Sutton, the architect, assisting him. j The building will be erected under the "piece work" schedule. I STREET OFFICIALS STUDY 9TH STREET Mayor John Reck, who is chairman of the street committee of the coun- 1 cil, Councilman Geo. P. Miller and Street Supt J. H. Wheeler this^horn- I Jng went out to Ninth street, for the purpose of examining that portion of I the street which is soon to be graded. The bids for the grading of five I blocks of the street, and the con struction of a bridge across Gold 1 creek, will be opened tomorrow. OUT OF TOWN OROERS We offer you the best stock in Alaska r at the most reasonable prices; the s promptest service and we will pre- n pay freight or parcel post charges on all orders for $5.00 or above. Get your c friends to help make up a $5.00 order. I Juneau Drug Co., 107 Front St. 7-23-3t t > ? ? ?e Large shipment of fresh vegetables t duo Saturday morning at Goldstein's, t The Empire has most readers MID CASES . ARE CONTINUED Tho "bawdy house" cases today vent over until next week Mngistrdtc 'ettit continuing them until 10 a. m., dondny at the request of counsel for 3volyn Thompson and the seven oth >r women arrested in the raid of tho 5t. Francis early Thursday morning, t is indicated that the Thompson wo nan will be tried by a jury of six, in ho city police court. Two of the men canught gambling n the cigar store at 99 Front street iVedncsday night, have begun to lerve their sentences. H. Wagner vilt do 50 days at bard labor, in leu of payment of his fine of $100, tnd F. J. Webber must stay in Jail 15 days, ns he was unable to pay his Ine of $50. Tho other six men paid heir tines. + + + + + + + + + ? + b THE RENAISSANCE OF + b THE KISS ? b * f- ? ? + ? ?> ??* + ?> 'I* 4* + + ? ? By Mary Moncuro Parker, In Chica go Herald) Vhy don't you kiss her In the morn ing when you say good-byf t may be somewhat difficult, but then suppose you try. 'erhaps she wears an old kimono, and her hair in kids, Ind she looks so unattractive that Cupid's auto skids. )ut, old fellow, Just remember that you are no Apollo, Although that statement may be rather hard for you to swallow, fou've grown quite bald, and very red, and goodness!?paunchy, too. Though she Is weather-beaten, Old Time has whacked nt you. Jon't you recall that when you mar ried she was "a stunning gal"? Ier temper's sharp, but, after all, she's been a dandy pal. ^rom grinding bread and butter cares romance Is apt to fly. Veil, then?just kiss her in the morn ing when you say good-by. Mrs. I. J. Granz and Dorothy and lerman Granz of Los Angeles,"^are eglstered at the New Cain. They | topped off the steamer Jefferson last light, to visit here for a few days. Perry E. Jackson left this morning m the steamship Princess Alice for 'ortland, to sec Mrs. Jackson and his wo children, one of whom has arrlv d since Mr. Jackson returned from he south. He expects to return In wo or three weeks. "All of the news all tho time." ** W. W. CASEY. JR.. ADMITTED TO BAR ' William W. Casoy, Jr., was admit- ' tod to practice in the Alaska courts, by Judge Robert W. Jennings, this morning. Ho showed a thorough knowledge of the rudiments of law, according to the examining board, which consisted of John G. Held, N. L. Burton and John H. Cobb. ] Service ? Quality ? Price ? 250 is our telephone number. Call us for your needs in drugs. Our service is famous for its promptness and effi- ! ciey; our goods are famous for qual- ' ity; our prices are famous by compar ison?Juneau Drug Co., phone 250. ? (7-22-3t.) ~ I I SCIENTIFIC LENSES It is now known that many oyo troubles are caused by certain irritating rays in electric" light. 1 These are ultra-violet rays and the infra-reds. ! And only recently has a lense been perfected that satisfactorily filters them from the eye. It can bo worn constantly as tiio tint is Invisible except with close scrutiny. If your glasses are not com fortable?talk to us about this lense. It is really a prevents- 1 tivo of cataract. 1 Robert Simpson OPTOMETRIST & OPTICIAN ! "REX" i 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 J Leaves Douglas A.M.?7:15 9:00 10:00 11:00 P.M.?12:10 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 I 5.35 7:00 8:00 9:00 Leaves Young's Float, Near City S Dock, JUNEAU < Leaves City Dock, DOUGLAS ~~ t A. P. Ex.! r r 1 a Or?m?a ^'Ouor [ iS. Company.. !; ? ? N 4 SECOND AND SEWARD : i **++?++>?+++*++++ * * * CLASSIFIED ADV. ? ? + <? + ? + + + + + ?? + + + ??? \ LOST?Small gold pin, diamond center, at Elks' hall, 8hursday. Re I urn to Mona Graves, Juneau Music HouBe. **? WANTED?Partner in well estab lished business. Good opportunity tor right party. Apply Empire Office ?(7-23-3t.)? WANTED? A good lady ironer. Southern Hand Laundry., opposite Sawmill. 7-23-4t. WANTED?Residence lot. State size, location, and lowest cash price. XYZ, Empire ofllce. 2-23-6t. GIRL wants work by day or hour. Phone 22. 7-23-6t. GERMAN woman wants house work. nursing or cooking by day or tour. Call Room 9 Circle City Hotel. ?22-2t. WOMAN wants hour work, phone 138; 7-19-tf. FOR SALE?Five year lease on 38 room apartment biulding. Phone 118. ?(7-22-61.)? FOR SALE?Gas boat, 28 feet long 3 Vj ft. beam cabin cruiser, 8 h.p., 4 :ycle engine, $275 If taken at once. John Brahni, P.O. Box Treadwell 88. [7-23-2t.) FOR SALE?Rooming house; best ocatlon in town, clearing $175 a mo. Inquiro Empire ofllce. 7-20-6t. FOR RENT.? Furnished rooming House: 14 rooms. Enquire 116 Sixth 3treet. 7-23-3t. HOUSE FOR RENT?F. J. Wettrlck FOR RENT?Five rooms and bath, concrete house, phone 369. 2-16-tf. FOR RENT, 2 and 3 room furnished housekeeping suites; reasonable, "The cozy corner of Juneau." Cliff Apart ments. near court house. 2-1-lm. HOUSE for rent. Mrs. M. Davis.? Nicely furnished rooms; hot and cold water In each room, with or without board. Mrs. Shannon, 236 joid St. 7-13-lm. St. Nicholas leaves ror Tenakee and way ports. Tuesdays at 8. a. m. 12-28-t! FOR SALE?Lot 3, Block 37, on 7th St., between Gold and Harris, 50-foot rontagc, 100 feet deep. R. E. Rob Ttson. 6-26-1 m FOR SALw?M. D. Berry's entire ransfer out lit at bargain. 3-16-tf. COME to the Palmist. I tell you Hbout work, business, marriage and he future. Get your fortune told. :06 Front St. 7-7-lm. ndependent Electric Co., wiring and cpalrlng promptly done. Phone 34, Arrest b!dg., E. Carlson, Prop. -(7-10-lm.) White Cross electric vibrators for ill nervous disorders, rheumatism, leuralgia, etc., Juneau Drug Co., igents, 107 Front St., opposite Alas :an hotel, phone 250. 7-22-3t ??????????????????????MM ? f ? L.C Thomas Merl F. Thomaa < > ? Alaska Furniture ft Undertaking <? Co., Inc. < > \ funeral Directors & fmbalmers ' ! ' Doutflaa Alaska ? ?TTT^TTTTTT'r'r? - - - The Majestic Stock Go. will stage ij Ttie "Old Homestead" ii rr - - ?? - ss i ? ..AT THE" ;; Lyric Tlieatre, Douglas FRIDAY EVENING f Seats on ale at "The Palace of Sweets" Reserved Seats 75c | j i