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? ? W ALASKA DAILY EMPIRE + + Douglas Branch ? ? M. A. SNOW. Manager ? ? ? WANTED ? Two respectable male roomers tor a front room. Inquire Mrs. D. Campbell, near Treadwell P. O. 7-28-tf DOUGLAS. Aug. 17.?William Oti is acting as manager of the Lyric theatre during the absence of Ed Armstrong, who left yesterday on a prospecting trip of a couple of months. Martin Olson left for the south on the JefTerson yesterday morning. He will return within two or three weeks. The Ladies' Guild of St. Luke's Episcopal church will hold a 10c tea at the homo of Mrs. Frank Pearce to morrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Dennis Milan, an ofd timer on the island, returned on one of the re cent boats and is visiting in Doug las. The James saw mill is closing to day for the year, and the crew will be kept busy for a few days clearing the yards and getting the mill in read iness for the winter. SIX-REEL PROGRAM AT LYRIC TOMORROW DOUGLAS, Aug. 17.?A first class, six rod show will be given at the Ly ric theatre tomorrow night. Tonight the second production of "Pinafore" will take place. Tho advance sale of seats predicts a crowded house. ?? TREADWELL, Aug. 17.?C. E. Ben nett and Charles Price left yesterday evening for a few days deer hunting on the Dixie, Mr. Bennett's gas boat. Harry Delia returned on tho Alame da yesterday from a two month's va cation in the States. There will be a baseball game be tween the Thane and Treadwell fire department teams on the local grounds at 6:30 this evening, weather ! permitting. A new roof is being placed on the old Bear's Nest boarding house near the 300 mill. Tho U. S. torpedo boat destroyer "Whipple" will be at Treadwell to morrow while the crew inspects the Treadwell works. C. W. Spear, a Seattlo commission merchant. W. P. "White of Spokane, and Miss W. Evans are late arrivals at the Gastineau hotel. riJNAU-UKli: WAS GREAT SUCCESS DOUGLAS, Aug. 17.? Tho Lyric Theatre was filled to its utmost ca pacity last night when tho comic op era "Pinafore" was presented by lo cal singers under tho ausplcoa of tho Douglas Island Woman's Club. Martin E. Robinson, tho director, scored another triumph in his handling of amateur opera and deserves the highest praise for tho careful and sys tematic training given the young peo ple. Tho chorus work was especially bright and pleasing. In "Over tho Bright Blue Sea", "We Sail the Ocean; Blue" and "He is an Englishman," tho; harmonies were beautifully brought out. C. D. Grier gave an cxcellont inter pretation of tho pompous Admiral, Sir Joseph Porter. His character work was extremoly original and amusing. Mr. Grier's fine barltono voice was well adapted to the requirements of tho part. Ho was ably seconded in his work by Miss May Parker as I "Cousin Hebe," assisted by her "sis ters and her couslns^and her aunts." Mrs. L. B. Wright as Josephine, tho heroine, sang her solos and duets in a sweet and charming manner. In the "Bell Trio," Mrs. Wright, Mr. Snow. Mrs. Snow and Mr. Grier ro ' reived generous applause. Miss Ruth Fager seems quite at I homo in the role of "Littlo Buttercup", I and sang her solos and acted her part jwith much finish and expression. Her| i duets with Mr. Snow were especially, : pleasing. M. A. Snow as captain Corcoran sustained tho character in the digni fied manner it deserves, and his dra matic representation of a command ing officer leaves nothing to bo de sired. His duets with "Buttercup" are among the gems of the opera. His solos "My Gallant Crew" and "Fair Moon" were especially good. H. W. Smkli was assigned one of; the most difficult roles of the opera, that of "Ralph Hackstraw," the sailor lover of Josephine, and ho deserves special praise for the excellence and finish of his work. His solos and his duets with Josephine were beautifully rendered. E.i W. Reynolds made a great hit as "Dick Deadcye." His comedy work showed originality and keeness of wit. The part gavo full play to Mr. Rey nolds' excellent range of voice and his ability for clever impersonation. Francis Cornwall as the "Boat swain* 'had a serious time keeping Dick Deadeye in place. Ho sang his part with assurance and ease and his pleasing baritone was heard to spoc ial advantage in his solo "Ho is on Englishman." The Woman's Club deserves hearty congratulations on this, their first ef fort. and it is to bo hoped that we will have other performances in the future equally as good. The opera will be repeated in the Lyric tonight. In men's "head gear" we are lead ers. Fall styles, just arrived?Gold stein's Emporium. 8-14-tf GRAMAPHONE RECORDS Exchanged for 10c At 114 Front St., Universal Repair Shop 11111 m m m 11 m m 1111 +1 MM t TurnerVHall ! A Uutic Furnished For AU Occasions t HALL FOR RENT J PHONE 275 OK CALL AT STUDIO J ? Entrance on Second St, Near Seward St. J Teacher oi Otianiat Special Attention given to Synem Technique Mrs. Siprurd J. E. Wallstedt Tedeher of Piano Papil of Rubenetien'i School SIR Cold ctreet ol Technic** Juneau WoCarry Stamp* Open Until 12 p. m. A. P. Ex., Photos, ?????? Wholeaalc 8 Retail. Aak toaeeourSamplea 2 for S cents. 2S cents per dozen 10 cents each. 4 for 20 cents. 20 for 11.00 ENLARGEMENT*MADE FROM AI.I. VIEWS ALASKA POSTAL BXCHASGB. 227 Seward *? Douglas Fish 8 Ice Co, ORDERS TAKEN 8 DELIVERED City Wharf BL Phone 411 CARLONE & MARZIK Ladies' and Gentlemen's Tailor Have just received 2000 Samples of Fall and Winter Goods ST. ANN AV. ??: DOCGLAL IONGREGATIONAL DEBT REDUCED BY CHURCH DOUGLAS, Aug. 17.?Rov.. H. H. t'ikofT. of San Francisco, occupied tie pulpit at the Congregational burch last Sunday night and after iving a good account of the work In le West, and an eloquent plea to the tembers of the congregation to holp 1 paying off the debt of the church, s a direct result of his talk pledges ? tho amount of $500 were made and Is thought that $100 more will be lbscribed. The churcb is at present $1,000 in sbt to the Congregational Church uildlng Soviety, of which tho Rev. Hkoff Is field secretary. This is the first visit of Mr. AVlkoff ? Alaska, and he Is very much en >uraged at the outlook in his line work. He left for Valdcz on the lameda today. '? 1 -g FIVE ARE FINED. This morning thero was a llvel; session In the city magistrate's cour and after Ave offenders had been giv en a hearing on the charge of drunk onncss and disorderly conduct, flvi Ones wero imposed. The offender were Mrs. C. Lund (negro) who wa sentenced to ten days in jail; Katt erlno Chase (native) who was givei a fine or $100 and 20 days in jail; Join Ross, who was lined $50; Manuc Joseph, who was given a flno of $25 and Hamilton Watson, also fined ?2E BELIEVE THAT HENDEE WILL NOT LOSE ARN Dr. H. C. DeVIghne said this after noon that in all probability, J. C. Hen dee, struck In the elbow by a straj bullet while hunting Sunday, will no! lose his arm. "But we cannot tell how good an arm it will be," the doc tor said. It is feared that the use ol thrco of the fingers of the right hand will be denied Hendeo if the arm ic saved. Hendee was "doing well" to day. The copper jacket of the bullet was removed yesterday from the elbow Joint The leaden core could not be found, but the bone, muscle and ten dons it destroyed showed its terrific force. E. B. Burwell, sales manager of the Seattle Hardware company, and J. E. Moulton, the traveling representa tive of that company, left for Skag way today. They expect to return on the Mariposa. Mrs. F. J. Wettrlck and Mrs. Rita ! Leake will be back from Victoria, B. C., next week. Mrs. Wettrlck went to consult Dr. J. K. Simpson in re gard to glandular trouble in the throat. Letters to Mr. Wettrlck tring news that an operation will not te necessary. $9 Hardwood .kitchen queen, $5.50, Alaska Furnituro Co. A19 Single and double iron beds from $2.50 up, Alaska Furnituro So. A19 Look in and be convinced, Alaska Furniture Co. A19 Call In and look at the swellest line <jf HATS ever shown In Juneau? Goldstein's Emporium. 8-1-4-tf Why this man bought a Remington Junior Typewriter "I have been investigating several of the recent makes of machines, seeking for one of simple construction for ordi nary manuscript and letter writing. I was nearly ready to buy a machine of another make when I just happened to see for the first time the Reminrion Junior, and Jound it to be the very thini I wanted. The man who wrote this is the postmaster of a small Southern town. He is only one of thousands who have recently bought a Remington Junior. But his reasons apply to everybody?they apply to YOU. The Remington Junior is our latest product and the latest idea in typewriting. It is strictly a high-grade machine. It has the Remington Name, the Remington Guar antee, the Remington Quality?everything Remington / except weight and bulk. / A "Simplified Remington" describes it exactly. / And its price is $50.00 / Remington Junior Tvpewntcre will be sent "on examine ^ don," without obligation to purchase. 7 Ttp" Easy payment terms can it arranged if desired. / Company / Please send me / your illustrated n. ? rp ? / descriptive booklet Remington 1 ypewnter / 5SX?. / J shall be (jfad to have J1 - - , you send me a Reming Compaxiy J ton Junior Typewriter on , * * . examination. This rr^aest (incorporated) / does not obligate me to pur / tha-e. I. E. FISHER, Salesman / 2nd Floor ? ? Malony Bldg. / /? ? ?1 II 1 I t I I 1 I 1 I 1 I 1 I III I 1 III 111 I III HI I 1 III m I I I M H d ! : I I + s | THE :: - 1 Special Development ! Number IiOF THE jj; Alaska Daily Emp ire I ?; II Is now on the Press, and will be crowded through as fast as '? the Printers and Presses can do the work. * (< It will be the most elaborate publication devoted to Gastineau t Channel cities in particular and Alaska in General that ever has been issued. i dl I *? B + GOV. J. F. A. STRONG contributes a strong article on "Al- :: ^ ? aska: Its Resources and Possibilities." tc t Leading Mining Men Write of the Mining Resources sur- "i + rounding Juneau and Douglas and other sections. Commerce, ?? a I Banking, Fishing, Agriculture, Water Power, and other resources -? a are treated by men who know all about them. There are articles ?? 9 on scenic attraction?and game. The Schools and Churches and ;; | pastimes of Juneau are covered. ;; 1 There are articles devoted to other sections of Alaska. HON. ;; CHARLES A. SULZER writes of the Southern end of South- ;; eastern Alaska with special reference to the West Coast of Prince of Wales Island, and HON. B. F. MILLARD writes of the. Prince ;; William Sound country with particular reference to the mining ;; resources of Valdez. * :: All Articles Are Profusely Illustrated ? Double-page Panoramas of Juneau and Douglas, and full !! page Panoramas of Thane, Tread well, Perseverance and Alaska- ? ' ?- Juneau will appear. The Number is being printed on High Grade ' ' Book Paper, and the illustrations are excellent. ?? *i* ? ? t ADVANCE ORDERS for the Development Number have been large, and those desiring extra papers should file their OR- jr I v DERS AT ONCE if they would make sure of getting them. | ! $ I v-H-K ; 11; i: i n : i : >: i : i n i: I : i M n NEW ARRIVALS Everything for H*? J?St Opened Our fir* Ship Everybody W ment 0f fall CoatS and Suits ?" E?"^ ?WOMEN'S SUITS? We are showing all the Newest Modes in Womens Suijts, both Plain and Fancy Worsteds. All are Moderately Priced. ?WOMEN'S COATS ? A Choice Line of the Newest Styles in Women's Coats are now open for your inspection. All the New Fabrics are shown here. Prices at $12.50 and up. N GOLDSTEIN'S EMPORIUM THE HOME OF HART, SCUAFFNER ? MARX CLOTHES AND THE EMERY SHIRT There is no Better | Beer than Juneau Famous Alaska Beer "The Beer of Quality" Family Trade Solicited jl PHONE 29 If Your Hair is Falling Out wc know of no better remedy than Ts*g& A preparation which we gladly rocom mend to you. 50c. a bottle. Wm. Britt, Juneau. Elmer E- Smith, Douglas. The Empire guarantees Its adver* tlsers the largest circulation of any newspaper In Alaska. New Fall hats, Just arrived, and they're beauties?Goldstein's Empor ium. 8-14-tf. In men's "head gear" we are lead jrs. Fall styles, just arrived?Gold ?teln'8 Emporium. 8-14-tf V + y CLASSIFIED ADV. ?! ? + I. + * + 4- + 4.* + + + + + -?.4.4: FOR SALE?New 4-room bungalow, | Qodcm, good location, furnished or i mfurnlshcd. Price reasonable, part ? ash, balanco monthly. Apply "Bun pjow," caro Empl^. 8-12-7t. i me*'-. - lev- :. . ?v. ? l PROFESSIONAL. \ WilliamTPaHistef, M. D., Spoclaliiit in U>o treatment of diaoa^qp nrid deformities of the oyd and ear., noae and throat I Officoi. tourth Floor. ? Goldstein Building Office Phone ISO. Raiide^ee ]^honc 161. II * DR. LEONARD P. DAWES + Surgeon and Physician + Office First Nat. Bk. Bldg. 1 '* * Hours 10 to 12 m; 1 to 4 * and 7 to 9 p.m. ? + Phone 2602; Res. 2603 ? ' 1 Dr. E. H. Kaser i [ <> "DENTIST i ^ 1 and 3 Goldstein Building 1 ' < i Phono M. ] . ^ Hours. 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. 1 | i ' MRS. ANITA BRANSCOM NUJ3SE Surgical, medical and obstetric al cases cared for at your home. Phone 205, Bergmann Hotel, Room 30. MISS ALBRECHT XCASSEUSE Member Incorporated Society of Trained I Mas-sousce of London Cliff ApatimenU, Juneau MRS. A. D. GROVE Red Cross Graduate Nurse Surgical Medical Obstortical Cases cared for at your home. 136 E. 6th St, Phono 1405 * I I I I I I I I < I I 1 I I 1 1 I I I H M 1-1-J :: Dr. Fannie Waite ;; Eyesight ;; ;; x Specialist ;; ROOM 2 VALENTINE I! - ^ BUILDING ? i tm i m m m m 11 m ml SCIENTIFIC LENSES It Is now known that many j Q?p troubles are caused by fftaln Irritating rays in electric light. 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 be worn constantly as the tint is invisible except with close scrutiny. It your glasses are not com fortable?talk to us about this J lense. It is really a prevents- D live of cataract. I Robert Simpson i | l] OPTOMETRIST A. OPTICIAN L xzzr^TiK.'jmwh u i ~rgaas "KcndjJck" commercial sign-writer md anJA'jyP board advertiser. 7-23-tX E. P. Walker, federal salmon agent, ?1 arrived from Wrangoll this morning, and expcctB to leave today on the Iowa, for a crulso of several days. Mr. Walker nays that Mrs. Walker's ! health Is fast returning. \ Van Mavern, representing ? "Am ocat" canned goods, leaves for Sitka J tonight on the Georgia. W. C. Freeburn returned from Tu ** coma last night, and Is at the Gas j* tineau. Ho will return to Chlchagoft In a few days. y , , , '' $65 Buck range, $35, Alaska Furnl turc Co. i A19 * + ~* > * CLASSIFIED ADV. * > * + > * + + .> + + + + + + + + + + + + > WANTED?500 familes to buy kin f dllng, call 116 and leave order. Alas ? ka Kindling Co. 8-16-lm. * WANTED?Piano player for Doug " las Orpheum theatre. Resident of Douglas preferred. Apply J. T. Spick ott, Juneau. . WANTED?A teacher In her own home wants a teachor or refined lady to room aud board. Charges reason able. Address P. 0. Box 1028, Refer ences exchanged. 8-9-tf woman wants hour work, phone 138. 7-19-tf. I FOR RENT?Four room house, partly furnished, 438 Main. 8-12-tf. FOR RENT ? Modern 4-room and bath flat. I. Goldstein. 7-31-tf. FOR RENT, 2 and 3 room furnished housekeeping suites; reasonable, "The cozy corner of Juneau." Cliff Apart ments, near court house. 2-Mm. FOR RENT?Front room, furnish ed, use of bath and phone. Mrs. R. Leak, 114 Main st. 7-26-tf. FOR RENT ? Two or three room apartments with bath; furnished or unfurnished, phone 33 or 187. 7-24-tf HOUSE FOR RENT?F. J. Wcttrtck HOUSE for r?nt. Mrs. M. Davis.? FOR SALE OR LEASE ? Soavlew apartments, phone 79, for?, terms. 8-11-6U FOR SALE?M. D. Worry's entire transfer out fit at bargain. 3-16-tf. FOR SALE?7^ h.p. Ferro gas engine, practicaly new, price $125, fully equip ped, inquire Juneau Shooting Gallery. 8-16-4t. St. Nicholas ieojes for Tonakee and " way ports, Tuesdays at 8. a. m. 12-28"-tl FURNISHED rooms for rent/'efoso In; bathroom in connection; apply upstairs, Decker apartments, Gold and First St. 8-4-lm The Empire will ma'-o advertising contracts subject to proof of largest irculatlon of any newsoanai- In X' L. G Thcrrum Marl F. Thorn** X ? Alaska Furniture 8 Undertaking t X Co., Inc. x % funeral Directors & Embalmers X ^ Dour l*a Alaska X SAoto For Hire 1 SEVEN PASSENGER CARS H TRIPS TO GLACIER ? Day Fhor.e SM Night Fbone IOCS El J. V. OUSPY.