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KLAWAK TEACHERS ARRIVE.
Mtss Wilms Currey and Miss Win ifred Moloney, of Ontariofi Oregon, l reached Wrangell Monday, on their ^ way to Klawak. where they will teach ' -in the Indian school there this win ter. The young ladies are to have their first school teaching experience in Alaska. Empire ads reach buyers. FAIRBANKS PLANS FAIR FAIRBANKS, Aug. 19.?The Fair banks Commercial Club plans to hold jan agricultural fair the, last week of ] August. Crops are said to be the best in the history of Interior Alas ka. Nan "ad" In The Empire reaches ev I Wanted! * :l ? ? =^^==1: | \ 2000 Dolly Varden ;; I cut-throat and Moun ;; tain Trout for new I trout pond on Ferry Way. Apply to ! A. T. SPATZ. || I Iiini|i: i [the first national bank] OF JUNEAU 0 United States Deposits $100,000.00 Capital. Surplus and undivided Profits over 100.000.00 Inited States Depository OPEN SATURDAY ^VENINGS UNTIL EIGHT O'CLOCK ! New Stock Hard Wheat Flour ! * ??? * | SCANDINAVIAN GROCERY, General Merchandise | ? Phone 211. Opp. City Dock Atftf. Pnrleu Concreie Block? t Groceries and Men's Goods Alaska-Gastineau Mining Go. THANB, 0 0 0 0 ALASKA SECOND ANCHORAGE SALE YIELDS ABOUT $19,000 SEWARD, Aug. 20.?In the second sale of lots under government auspic es at Anchorage, 113 parcels of ground brought a total of $19,420. All the* re-s ldents are satisfied with the govern ment's handling of the situation. They say the government's retention of control of the lots for five years will prove of great boneflt. Building. Is progressing rapidly. / PRINCE RUPERT FISH AR? MOVED QUICKLY PRINCE RUPERT, Aug. 19.?W. H. Wright, on Thursday last, shipped a box of trout to a friend in Toronto. The. goods arrived In Toronto the fol lowing Tuesday In tho very pink of condition. Tho. reciplont was im mensely pleased with tho Dolly Var dens from the limpid waters of Nor thern B. C.? (Prince Rupert Em pire.) BIG LEAGUE SCORES: Northwestern League. At Tacoma?Tacoma 3, Seattle 1. At Vancouver?Vancouver 2, Spokane 1. Federal League. N At St. Louis?St. Louis 5, Philadelphia 3. At Dertoit?Boston 2 Detroit 1. At Cleveland?New York 3, Cleveland 2. At Chicago?Washington 7, Chicago 4 . National League. At MOSlOn dOBlUII y,'AjUIIBKU v. > At Philadelphia ? Philadelphia 8?6, j [ Cincinnati 0?5. > At New York?New York 5?7, Pitts-1 ! burgh 3?9. | At Brooklyn?St. Louis 5?2. Brook ! lyn 3?3. . Federal League 1 At Chicago?St. Louis 4?2, Chicago ? 24. I At Pittsburgh?Pittsburgh 4, Kansas City 0. At Newark?Buffalo 4, Newark 3. At Baltimore?Brooklyn 5?2, Baltl-j more 1?I. STANDING OF THE CLUBS Northwestern League. Won Lost Pctg. j Spokane 73 51 .589 Seattle 1 67 60, .528 Tacoma 65 60 .520 Vancouver .7 62 60 .508 National League Won Lost Pctg. Brooklyn 61 53 .535 Boston 56 54 .509 Philadelphia 60 59 .504 Chicago 56 57 .496 Pittsburgh 56 58 .491 St. Louis 55 60 .478 ' New York 51 57 .472 Cincinnati 53 60 .469 American League Won Lost Pctg. Boston 74 37 .667 ; Detroit 74 40 .649 ? Chicago 1 69 44 .611 |j Washington 57 43 .570 New York 52 54 .491 Cleveland 43 69 .384 St. Louis 41 72 .363 Philadelphia 35 75 .318 Federal League Won Lost Pctg. Pittsburgh 62 49 .559 Newark 63 51 .553 Chicago 64 53 .547 St. Louis 60 53 .531 Kansas City 57 51 .528 Buffalo 56 55 .505 Brooklyn 54 64 .474 Baltimore 38 75 .336 The new Fall line of Ben jamin clothes has arrived.? B. M. Behrends Co. 8-24-tf. t Let The "Empire" Do It! , An item of news which gives you pleasure in the telling, can be told more effectively, more accurately, and to a larger number of friends by the local newspaper?Let The Empire tell the story. The business story, the story of bargains, of spe cial offerings, and the reasons therefor, always bring a ? speedy response if based on facts, and the spirit of the story is adhered to conscientiously?Tell your story and tell it truthfully to the readers of The Empire, and you'll get residts. For stationery, booklets, circulars or just printing, our Job Department is equipped to give you just what you want at the time you want it. IThe Empire is putting forth its efforts night and day, toward the upbuilding of the city of Juneau and the de veloping of our natural resources. ? Concerted effort will get results. Help promote prosperity. Let The "Empire" Do It! * ? * WAR 8IDELIGHT8 4 * 4 Herbert Corey wrltoB to the Boston Globe from Milan that, although two Bhlps a week are reaching Italian ports l&dun with American made goods, the Italian market Ib clamor ing for enough Buch goods to fill six ships a week. Tho United Statos has a chance to tak<T the leading po sition for all time in one of the best markets of the world. During 1913 the United States was second in the Italian trade, which with our two chief rivals compared aa follows: Germany $117,842,987 $56048,054 Unlt'd States 100,523,486 52,284,453 Austria 50,896,372 42.751,347 A Berlin cable says mat tno ieeung approaches a certainty that the Bal declslon. Count von Renventlow, In k&ns are on the hve of a momentous the Tagcszeitung, writes: "We do not fear the present Balkan Indecision, but the creation of unimpeded con nection between ^ Hungary and Con stantinople would? with one blow, clar ify and determine the political rela tions in the Balkans. This connection at the present moment can be brought about not by words but only by deods" A Berlin cable says *fhe central committee of the national liberty par ty met In the Relschtag Monday and passed tho following resolution: "The result of tho present war can be on ly a peace which by extension of our boundaries east and west and over seas secures us militarily, politically and economically against new attacks and repays tho heavy sacrifices the German people have so far made and will continue to make until a victor ious end." This shows annexation ists control the German liberal party. Surgeon Beaumont of the White Star liner Baltic, in describing the rapidity with which the wounded men are removed from tho field to base hospitals, says a soldier was severely wounded near Ypres at 7 o'clock in the momlng and 12 hours later he had been carried across the Channel and convoyed by train and automobile ambulance to a London hospital and successfully operated upon. The Frankfurter Zeitung says that as soon as the Russian prisoners de part from the front for Germany they are clipped in order to get rid of vermin and prevent the danger of infection A vast number of Rus sian prisoners Is creating good busi ness for a number of German cutlery wprks making shears and clippers. Amsterdam special says that the Germans have been at work in the navy yard at Antwerp since March in the construction of mine submar ines. Only two are in active Service. One was destroyed April 28 by three i English aeroplanes. The others are still unfinished. ? A flat denial that the products of carbolic acid made under a new pro cess discovered by Thomas A. Edison are being purchased in this country by German officials Is made at the Edi son plant at Orange N. J. Leading German newspapers are malrtng a strong bid for the entry of Spain into the war on the side of the Teutonic Allies and suggest the pos sible possession of Gibraltar, Tangier and Portugal as a reward. The Russian government buying bu reau whose offices are in the Flat iron biulding. Now York, numbers a force of 350, of which 250 are army and navy officers. A Rome dispatch says a device in vented by the Italian engineer. Qua rini, makCB it possible to drive torped oes out of their course and explode them. Since the beginning of thcwar con tracts Tor 25,000,000 Bhells, to cost more than $500,000,000, have been placed with American manufactur ers. ?*? The Germans have spent collosa! sums fortifying Namur and have now made it the most strongly fortified place in Belgium. The British government has order ed in Calcutta 150,00^,000 burlap bags for sand, to be delivered in four months. 184 members of the British Houso of Lords are serving in the war, 4 peers of Scotland and 25 peers of Ire land. Austria has called to the colors boys of 17 and notified men of 52 that they are liable to summons. Conscription has been put into ef fect in the Straits Settlement, the first British colony to adopt it Italian navy officer is said to have invented a method of locating sub mergfled submarines. The Empire has most readers IP YOU have plenty of good coal in tho bin these damp days do not in terfere with your comfort. Ladysmlth coal is the best and The Juneau Trans fer Co., has lots of it. Another cargo Just in. Get some today. BEST FOR HEATING BEST FOR COOKING ? GOES FARTHER. 8-12-tf. People Ask Us What is the best laxative? Years of experience in selling all kinds leads us to always recommend J as the safest, surest and most satisfac tory. Sold only by us, 10 cents. Wm. Sritt, Juneau, t'm#' P. Smith. Douqlav NEW ARRIVALS. The most up-to-date line , >f ladies high grade shoe3 n Juneau.?-B. M. Behrends 2o. 8-24-tf. ? ? * FACT8 * ? + ? 4t ? * ? * + * ???,*??? ? C Wellington defeated 8oult bo Bud- p; denly and unexpectedly on tho Don- r* ro In 1809 that 4 o'clock ho sat down 11 to the dinner prepared for tho French 0' general. N b The city of Redlands, Cal., main tains a moving picture department K. under the supervision of the chamber ? of commerce. It Is used for "boom ing" the town. 8 A millionaire "gentleman farmer" haB offered $100 a pound for a prize New Jersey bull. At any rate he Is bulling the price of livestock with a fl vengeance. , p " ; ? vi p Tommy Atkins Is said to have giv en the uhlans the piquant nickname, owe lams. Captured Is "scuttled," " wounded, "washed out," and killed, is 9 "put In a bag." ^ , On December 5, 1796, a subscrip- c tlon loan to, carry on the.war against c France, to the amount ot $90,000,000, r was filled up In London in 1G hours g and 20 minutes.. In neither China nor Japan Is there any production of milk worth men tioning. It is foreign to their diet and only imported condensed milk 1b ob- ( talned except at a few places. j, i Itossettl buried a number of his i poems in his wife's grave, believing j that her death was due to the fact t that he had. ^neglected her for his t work. Subsequently, however, he ij had them dislntorrod. It Is tho custom of many large manufacturers and employers of la bor in Russia to establish shops at G which they expect their workmen, un- ( der pain of dismissal, to purchase everything they require. The "Home'ard bounder" is the pen nant hoisted by a warship when Bhe , gets orders to return from a foreign c port. The cruiser Denver in 1909 ] flew one 350 feet long on the voyage in from a three-years' Eastern cruise. ! Germany in 1913 had 238 companies operating 13,116 miles of street rail- ; ways. ! A three-inch' cable made for use ? In a Cuban mine wistood a putting ] test of 761,000 pounds, which is said ? to be the record. | Samuel -Morse Felton, president of ] the Great Western railroad, is said to ? have refused an offer of $250,000 a ! year for two years to manage for the ? Baldwin locomotive company an $80,- ^ 000,000 Russian war order. With Charles M. Schwab's rumorer $1,000| 000 a year, this Is among the record "wages." U. iv. aB an expression 01 suus factlon Is derived from "Aux Cayes," from which once the best tobacco and rum came. Ultimately every thing of the best was designated "0. K." His Early Training. The head of a big New York busi ness concern Is exceptionally tall and his height is still further accentuated 1 by his exceeding slimness. The other \ day a visitor from the South called ? to see him and was duly asked to sit j down. After they had concluded their bus- | Iness the visitor rose to go and his ? host rose also, and seemed to rise and ! rise. The Southerner, letting his ? glartco travel upward, as though in- ! spectlng a new species of skyscraper, ' and with an expression of awed ad- ! miration, ojaculated: "Great Scott, old man, your parents ! must have trained you on a trellis!"? ; (Kansas City Star.) ! Massive Poster Brass Bed, Spring -| and $12.00 felt mattress. The whole outfit for $25.75. Alaska Furniture Co. Only 3 left. 8-26-3t. Empire ads' reach most readers. SUMMONS. No. 1343-A. In the District Court for Alaska, Div. No. 1, at Juneau FRANK E. SAYERS, PleintifT, , vs GRACE SAYERS, Defendant. ? The President of the United States to Graco -Bayers, Greeting: In the name of the United States of America you are hereby commanded to be and appear in the District Court of Alaska, Wivision Number One, at Juneau, within thirty dayB from the date of the service hereof upon you, then and there to answer the complain of Frank E. Sayers filed against you in said court, and if you fall to so appear and answer the plaintiff will apply to the H Court for the relief prayed for in said " complain, which is a dissolution of the marriago bonds existing between the plaintiff and defendant. The order of publication herein is dated August 12th, 1915. The period of publication prescribed is six weeks. The defendant must appear and an- ; swer within thirty days after the ex- ? plratlon of publication. ! Witness the Honorable R. W. Jen- ? nlngs, J^dge ofi said Court, and the I seal thereof, affixed at Juneau this ; 11th day of August, 1915". 1 J. W. BELL, (SEAL) Clerk. ? By JOHN T. REED. | Deputy. 8-12.19.26?9-2,9.16,23. i NEW ARRIVALS. The mqst up-to-date line of ? ladies high grade shoes in Juneau.?B. M.Behrends Co, 8-24-tf. HIKEJSMIBTHAT. - "T. " Y . I ORTHERN EDITOR 18 QOINQ OFF TO WAR PRINCE RUPERT, Aug. 20.?J. M. d< ampbcll, the printer and proprietor p< t the moat westerly pioneer nowo- 01 aper of Canadn "The Islander," of in raham Island, Is going to tho front H o expects to leave with a contingent in f Graham Island men. Coming of a .. Ian famous In tho history of Britain's attics all over tho world, Mr. Camp* ? oil Is eager for the opportunity to ot at the foe, and has taken tho first hance after settling his concerns ere. ENATOR TILLMAN LEAVE8 OVER GRAND TRUNK - ? PRINCE RUPERT, Aug. 16.?Sena jr Tillman of South Carolina, accom anicd by Mrs. Tillman and daughter,' rere among those arriving by the 'rlnco Ceorge this morning. Senator 'lllman was hero about a fortnight go after a tour of the Alaskan coast, "hoy are going east over the 0. t. p. lenator Tillman was asked his views n tin U. S. naval situation. His op aion was to the effect that the Unit d States should have a navy strong nough to maintain and uphold the lghts and dignity of the United. Itates.?(Prince Rupert Empire.) -> jraves prepares to fight interior fires FAIRBANKS, Aug. 18.?Henry S. Iraves, chief of the forest service* is "5 icre with his assistants, A. E. Sher aan and W. G. Welgle, chief of the dongas and Chugach national forests, dr. Graves is perfecting an organize ion to light (Ires In the interior and hereby save millions of feet of lum ier. < ? ? ? /Special notice Look at our bed display?Cash iavcs one half. Alaska Furniture )o. 8-26-1L You saw it first In The Empire. If you want real clothes, t Benjamin awaits you;?B. M. Behrends Co. 8-24-tf. EDUCATOR GOES WE8T. P. G. Davis, principal of tho Val sz schools, and a candidate for ap ilntment aa aaaistant superintend it of publlch Instruction, Is a roturn ig passenger on the Northwestern, e called on Goy. Strong this morn g. OCCIDENTAL HOTEL AND ANNEX Rates?75c to $2.50 Per Day Weekly Rates on Request Phono 11 < ? < ? < > i ? < ? < > McCloskeys ? < > < ? 1 > ? >- ? A Phone 188 Strictly First Class Juneau Construction Co. Contractors g Store and office fix- 11 ===== ^turm. MUekm fum1 turo. Wood taming. Band sawing. JUNEAU. ALASKA ? I V Peerless Concert Hall Wines, LkjOors / And Cigars / Chas. Cragg - - Proprietor nut i eVe Got It Everything in the line of Wines, Liquors, Cigars j j - JUNEAU UQUOR CO,Inc. i| "The Family Liquor Store"-Phone 94--Free Delivery ;: Bit IIHmiJIIIIIIIKIHIUIIIIIIIIlUIIIIIIIIIIIII ' When ordering BEER insisc on RAINIER PALE I / -H-H-M 1 It 111 I Mill ! I I ! 11 III 1! Ill 1 HI I n 111 1 I m 111 II ? : ? 11 m m 1111 mi h m m 11 n in 11111111111111111111;; if The Grotto ::: c. r. brophy :: ? Distributors of High Glass, Double Stamp Wbiskey, Wines and Cordials ?;! Olympia and Rainier Beer 95 front street telephone.no. 210 '//.' x i m i m m i m h i i i m i i m m m i m i n m i n !?:: 11 n i in m 11 in 11 n i-ii m iii i m i in in i ii itt iii n-. rHeidelberg Liquor Co.-.} i = incorporated- i <; < > Largest Stock Beat Brands or \ * Imported and Domestic Liquors \ J and Wines for Family Use. <1 Free Concert Every Evening 7 Till 12 ?j / i < ? Free Delivery. "Mail Orders a Specialty. Telepti one 386 1 lifittttaitttiliittiltilitiltllitttir"- ? - *' f O THE HOUSE OF Louvre Bar good liquors The Famous Waterfill and Freazier Whiskies MOVING PICTURES EVERY EVE. 8 TO 12 O'CLOCK E. S. HOLDEN, MANAGER CHOICE FRESH GROCERIES ? FOR FAMILY TRADE ? PHONE 385 J. M. GIOVANETTI Prompl Service I I 1 1 II I ! 1 I ! m 1 III M 11 MM ! 1 1 111 1 II II 1 11 II 111 n II I I ' j Let Me Run Your Sewing Machine |l FOR Vd OF A CENT PER HOUR ' ' i'I ii Apply to G. E. MOTCTR, Care of Alaska Electric Light and Power Co. ii THIRD AND FRANKLIN STREETS h 111) 11' i ii 11111 n m i n 11 n ii i ii i n i f m n n n 111 j FINE POULTRY F*ull lino frcnh and cured moaU-Goverorao&t Inspected. Try our Wild Roue Lai.1 ? Frye-Bruhn Market A "s.^wn*"r