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Optometrist? A Scientific Examination of the Eyes for Glasses without drops or drugs. Prescribing Glasses, so that they shall be absolutely accu rate, satisfactory and comfort able. No Divided Responsibility. So the safe and economical way is to get Glasses only from Op tometrists. Published by tho Optomctrica! Society of .ho City of N?w York Robert Simpson ? Optometrist and Optician k?SEtESS3QE3MBBBBBHBBBBH *+++++???+??????? * ? ? ALASKA DAILY EMPIRE ? * Douglas Branch * ? M. A. SNOW, Manager + ? ? +++??++*+++++++++ DOUGLAS. Sept. 3.?A number of boats bave been taken from the Douglas waterfront recently without the permission of the owners. The latest loss was of Albin Bartello's boat. It was found near the Alaska Juneau float In Juneau, where one of the sailors from the torpedo flotilla left it Grover Kertis will leave on the Spokane for a month's vacation in the South. TREY O' HEARTS AT THE LYRIC TONIGHT DOUGLAS. SepL 3.?The 9th epi side of the "Trey O' Hearts" series, entitled "As at the Lyric Theatre to night and tomorrow night. Another good picture will be "Breed O' The North." a two-reel Broncho film. The show will close with two cracker jack comedies entitled "Slim and Boys at Breezy Beach" and "Cross Purposes." ??? TREADWELL, Sept. 3.?Mrs. D. E. Landsburg yesterday afternoon held a party in honor of Mrs. Adam Hopp. About a dozen ladles were present. The start of the gym. classes last night was very successful, there be ing over 40 members to take the work under Instructor Tom McDonald. These classes are to be held once a week, and training will be given in all branches of athletic work. P. R. Bradley and Judge J. r. Davis left for California on the Princess Alice this morning. Judge Davis will remain at his home in California, but Mr. Bradley will return within a few weeks. They were both guests at a farewell dinner given in honor of Judge Davis at the home of John Richards last night. The Treadwell Band held an !m p^rtai.t meeting at the Fire Hall last night after band practice. A party composed of Ole Swanson. Knute Dorum and R. B. Bell left this morning for a two-weeks' hunting trip at Rybus Bay. A meeting of thd basket ball fans will be held at the Club tonight at which time a winter schedule will be discuss*d. ADDITION TO MILL IS ALMOST FINISHED TREADWELL*. Sept. 3.?The build ing for the additional 30 stamps to be Installed at the Ready Bullion is al most completed and the work of in stalling the machinery will be start ed Immediately. It is expected that the stamps will start dropping on Oct. 1st. A new experiment in sav ing concentrates will be tried out in this addition. Four Dcister concen trating tables will be used instead of the 12 vanners ordinarily used for 30 stamps. ? It's no secret, the smart men about town are all wearing Benjamin Clothes. Teacher of Dunning Special Attention given to SjrWem TecKoioue Mrs. Sigurd J. E. Wallstedt Teacher of Piano Pupil ot H School 315 GoU SlT?( of Technique Juartu We Carry Sumps Open Vtgil 12 p. m. A. P. Ex., Photos, cabbage Vl holesale 6 Retail. AiLtoieetM^Saaples 2 for 5 cents. 25 cents per doapn 10 cents each. 4 for 25 cents. 20 for 11.00 ENLARGEMENTMADE FROM ALL VIEWS ALVSRA FOSTAl EXCHANGE. 227 Sew.rd ? Aato For Hire I I SEVEN PASSENGER CARS 1 TRIPS TO GLACIER ? Day Phone 260 Night Phone 1306 I Shipping Spoils the Quality TRY Juneau Famous Alaska Beer ITS MADE IN JUNEAU Family Trade Solicited ,PHONE 29 GRAND JURY FINDS NOTHING IN FRANK CASE MARIETTA. Ga., Sept. 3. ? The county grand jury cailod to session to investigate the lynching of Leo M. Frank, adjourned late yesterday vjthout reporting the Frank case. Members of the jury afterward said It was unable to And evidence on which to base an indictment. That the men who hanged Frank to a tree near here after kidnaping him from tho penitentiary, will never be pun ished. is the popular belief. Thirty-five witnesses were examined by the grand jury, but no positive tes timony was adduced to throw any light on tho crime. BUILDING AND REAL ESTATE ACTIVE IN "CHI" CHICAGO. Sept. 3.? The August record shows that building and real estate are more active In Chicago than they have been for several years Tho building permits issued during the last fivo weeks have exceeded those for 1914 by a weekly average of $1,670,000; and real estate trans actions show a weekly gain of $270. 000. MILITIA CALLED OUT AT DERFERIET ALBANY. Sept. 3.?Governor Whit man today ordered C company. New York National Guard, to tako charge of tho strike situation on at St. George paper mill at Dereferiet. PITTSBURGH FEARS PRO-GERMAN DYNAMITERS PITTSBURGH. Sept. 3.?It is allege ed that plots to dostroy plants manu facturing munitions of war by pro German sympathizers have been dis covered there. The Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company at East Pittsburgh, and the Westing house Aalrbrake Company at Wilmer dlng, have organized vast "safety for ces" for the purpose of protecting their shops. WILL RECOMMEND RECIPROCITY WITH SOUTH AMERICA WASHINGTON. Sept. 3.?The Fed eral Trade Commission after investi gating the tariff laws and customs regulations of South and Central American countries will submit rec ommendations to President Wilson for reciprocal agreements to remove artificial obstacles to trade. GOVERNMENT TO AID GETTING CHINESE BUSINESS WASHINGTON. Sept. 3.?An ag gressive campaign to obtain for the American business a share in the de velopment of the enormous resources of China has been planned by the De partment of State and Commerce. HENRY FORD AGAINST CRY OF PREPAREDNESS DETROIT. Mich. Sept 3.? Henry !'ord says: "I will do everything In my power to prevent murderous, and wasteful war in America and in the whole world: I will devote my life to fight this spirit which is now felt in the free and peaceful air of the United States, the spirit of militar ism. mother to the cry of 'prepared ness'?preparedness, the root of all war." LAST OF NINETEEN WIVES OF BRIGHAM YOUNG DIES SALT LAKE CITY?Eliza Burgess Young, last survivor of Brlgham Young's wives, died at her home here. She was a native of Lancanshire. England, and had lived in Utah since 1848. She was 87 years old. Her death closes the estate of the noted Mormon leader, who died in 1877. His will provided a life annuity for each of the 19 wives who survived him. The estate, amounting to about a million dollars after the satisfac tion of claims, was incorporated in to a trust company, which discharged the provisions of the will. SOUTH CAROLINA ELECTION ON PROHIBITION APPROVED COLUMBUS, S. C.. Sept. 3. ? A court enbanc. in which all the Su preme court Justices and Circuit court judges of South Carolina participat ed. decided unanimously that the State-wide prohibition election called for September 14. shall be held. The Legislature made provision for the election, but left the voters to de cide whether it should be held. This act was attacked as unconstitutional. Of the 44 counties in the State, 30 are "dry," and dispensaries are main tained in the others. NORTHWEST STRONG IN FUNDS AND DOES NOT NEED CREDIT CHICAGO, Sept. 3.?Never before in the history of the country has there been such a small demand for money to move the crops as there is at the present time. The North west is strong In funds, and Chicago Is finding little requests for money from any part of the agricultural sections in the Lake region or farther West. Not withstanding that thresh ing reports show that a record-break j ing crop is being harvested the lo cal banks seem able to furnish those their communities all the money re quired. Goldstein's Emporium will be clos ed all day Monday Sept. 6, Labor Day. FREE SHOW TICKETS. Thane laundry will give a ticket to the Grand theatre with each bundle of laundry brought to our office In Arctic Barber Shop, phone 175. 31-tf A Bald Head Only Indicates that the scalp has been neglected. We recommend that you use 5texa?JL Hair Tonic Kills the germ that causes the hair to fall out and will keep the scalp healthy. Wm. 3r:tt, Juneau. Elmer E. Smith, Douglas. BOARD TO CONFER ON SQUABBLE (Continued from Page 1.) for tho present situation in regard to school tuition fee, and If they take a stand on so important a question It la only right that they should be straightforward about it. Tho prop erty outside of the city limits which Is occupied by parents of school chil dren is owned largely by men who live within the city limits and who have no children in school. Natural ly they have no other Interest than that of keeping down expenses. That i Is quite a legitimate Interest But 1 want the people of Juneau who are objecting to tho school tuition to rea lize that it is not the council who is really responsible, but that tho re sponsibility rests with a few men in tho city who own the property out side." "You can quote me." said Mr. Fries to a representative of The Empire, "I am not excited about it and I dont think that the people of the city real ly mean to abuse the coun'cll but It seems to me that tho best way to clear up the unfortunate situation Is to bo perfectly frank about it." The Boundary Case. Statistics regarding the petition for an enlargement of the city boundar ies are as follows: First petition filed January 27, 1915. Notice given by court, January 27, fl91S. ~ Protest filed March 3, 1915. Signers of the protest: John Wagner, H. P. Crowther, R. M. Shepord, H. J. Raymond. Bert Sperry, B. B. Neldlng, E. S. Hewitt, H. R. Shepard. Frank E. Brown, Christine P. Crowther, James Patton, Mrs. D. McLaughlin, Albert Martin, John Fahey, Fred Schuchard, Jan Markoff, William Smtth, F. M. Fish. J. Jackson, E. Campbell, Peter Wern er, Aug. Flammera, W. E. Meyor, L. Tradal, Con. Carlson, Peter Hansen, Linus, Carlson. C. E. Krouse, Sam. Oaunt, A. J. Setvers, M. Hoist, Chas. Peterson, R. V. Rowe, Ole Olsen, J. Padormelster, -j? Molaro, 0. Halvor sen, J. F. McDonald, Ceechet Fran cisco, R. F. McPharlln. R. Kennedy, Thos. Elllngson, T. Ellinson, Ed. El lin gson. All but the following signers in the above list have withdrawn their pro tests: John Wagner, E. S. Hewitt, John Markoff, E. Campbell, Linus Carlson, Chas. Petersen, Eck. Hansen, Ceech et Francisco, Ed. Elllngson, Bert Sper ry, Albert Martin, Philip Hon, L. Tra dal, 0. E. Krouse, R. V. Rowe, Ben. Olsen. R. F. McPharlln. B. B. Neldlng John Fahey, Wm. Smith, Con. Carlson Sam Gaunt, Ole OlseD, ? Molaro, E. Elllngson, The following, not slgnore of eith er petition, have signified that they have no protest: Chas. Gundlack, W. B. Raub, C. Hat trick, Nils Danlelson, Thos. Dull, E. Millaeger, Thos. Fay, Theodore Tor gensen, C. W. Cove, M. V. Johnson, Mm. Geddes, W. W. Casey, Joe Joyce, J. A. McKanna. H. LaFrance, Tom. Mooney. Carrie Olson, Clay Winter stein, Mrs. Geo. W. Anderson, Hugo Heidhorn, W. Northrup, Ole Oraen, Oliver Drange, A. S. F. Erlckson, M. M. Taylor, Ole Dybuck, Albert For syth, Isaac Steffens, G. Mortensen, Mary German, Oscar Hard. Signers to 1st Petition..... 12 Signers to 2nd petition 37 Total 49 Signers withdrawn 24 Total left 25 Total signing withdrawal petition 57 Total signing protests 24 Signers withdrawing not on pro est : 33 Should Come In ,People Say Generally speaking citizens og Ju neau believe that the residents of the unincorporated district should vote to come into boundaries, but they de clare. speaking by and large, that the extension of the boundaries should not Involve the school situation. "BOBBIE" CRAGG BUILDS; IS SOON TO BE BENEDICT ?+? It was learned today that a new house which Is being constructed on the north side of Gold Belt Avenue is to be the home of Robert Cragg, of the Alaska Steamship Company. Al though "Bob" has not let It be gen erally known, he does not deny that ho Is to be married in the near fu ture. The future Mrs. Cragg is Miss Ethel Jeans, of Aberdeen, Washing ton. The couple were classmates at the University of Washington, where they both were graduated In 1910. For the past two years Miss Jeans has been teaching in the high school at Aberdeen. Goldstein's Emporium will be clos ed all day Monday Sept 6, Labor Day. If you want to know, "ask Bartlett" ?(9-1-tf.) t i"i i ! ; : . ; : i-i i i; Business Chances;; ;; Half interest In pool room ...$350 ;; .. Boarding bouse, best In the I. ? [ town 500 ; ? 4 Second hand business at ln " voice about - 700 -? Restaurant, doing good bus * j iness .... 1000 " j Houses for Sale and Rent House and lot, Casey-Shat tuck Add :$S50 ?? *House and lot 2000 I + Lot on Gold St, good apt. site 1200 I! Furnished house for rent.._ 20 *' I! Two room apts 15 .. ;; Cabins, 1 and 2 rooms 7 ;; .. If you want to buy or sell see ? ? us?Exclusive Listings Only ?: Juneau Realty Co.:: :: 174 FRONT ST.:: ?111 111 1 1 111 1 111 1 M II I 111 1T f Turner's Hall I ?' FOR RENT, RATES ON 2 OR o 4 NIGHTS IN A MONTH. ? \\ WE TEACH DANCING. ? ? I Can Furnish Music but You <? Can Engage Any Music You % Wish. Entrance on 2nd St., <? o Near Seward, Phone 275, or J . Call at Hall J The St.NichoIas Leaves Young's Float for Doug las, Funter, Gypsum and Ten akee, Tuesday's at 8 a. m. For Charter when not on sched ule. Hunting Parties our specialty. Telephone 006 or 56. LIBRARY BENEFITS BY WILL OF MARY B. EDDY Notice has been received by the Library Association, that under the will of the late Mary Baker Eddy the local library has been put upon the subscription list of the Christian Science Monitor for a period of one year. This paper is a daily publica tion and is well known throughout the country. KEIST BUYS LOT. John Lundqulst has sold to L. H. Kelst of Douglas the southwest half of lot 2 block 14 of Douglas. No con sideration is given. The deed as (li ed this morning at the office of the Recordor. HUNTERS TO LEAVE. On the gas boat "Ethel," Captain Anderson's craft, a hunting party consisting of Earl Naud, Roy Os borne, H. L. Faulkner, Jay Bell and H. B. Fossas will leave Saturday night for Twin Point. They expect to return Monday night "DORA" TO RESUME FAR WESTWARD RUN SEATTLE, Sept. 3. ? It was an nounced by the Alaska Steamship Company today that the steamship Dora will resume the Seward-Unalas ka run Immediately, relieving the steamship Santa Ana. JEFFERSON SAILS. SEATTLE, Sept 3.?With fifty pas sengers, the steamer Jefferson will sail for Alaska tonight about nine o'clock. Among those booked for Ju neau are Carl Schmidt, N. H. Orms by, George Ruecer, Floy Tracey, Mrs. L. HofTer and, Mamie Beckstrom. Five second hand drop head sewing machines?every one guaranteed. From $12.50 to $27.00. Alaska Furni ture Co. To be or not to be Pre pared?that is the question these rainy days?very lat est Bain Goats at Behrends. INDIANA DEMOCRATS BEGIN AGGRESSIVE CAMPAIGN FOR VICTORY ? INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Sept. 3.?The Democratic organization in Indiana has decided at an opon meeting of the State. Committoe not to dolay fur ther in nsHuming the aggressive against the Republicans. The charges of the latter that the Wilson administration has shot bus iness. full of holes and that the Rals ton state administration hus been ex travagant will bo met at every turn in the road. Chairman Korbloy said that a ser ies of district love feasts and barbe cues will be held in Octobor and Sep tember, at which the accomplish ments of the Democratic state and and national administrations will bo cxploitod. "The reports made today," said Kor bly, "indicate that tho outlook for Democratic succoss is excellent The reports show that tho industrial sit uation is satisfactorily, notwithstand ing tho contrary charges of the Re publicans." Governor S. M. Ralston made a very1 strong speech indorsing President Wilson, declaring that Indiana is for! him first and last and that ho will bo ro-elected. This sentiment was ex pressed by other speakers. HARRY CASTLEMAN, AUTHOR OF BOYS' BOOKS IS DEAD ? BUFFALO, N. Y., Sept. 3.?Charles Austin Fostlck, 73 years old, died at the home of his son. In Hamburg, N. Y., today. Mr. Fostlck, under tho name of "Harry Castleman," wrote many books of adventure for boys. Chief Deputy Marshal John J. Clarke leaves tonight on the Dolphin for Ketchikan, where court Is In ses i don. Clarence C. Nichols Is slowly Im proving In St. Ann hospital. He was Injured in an accident at the Alaska Juneau mine two weeks ago, receiv ing a multiple break of his leg in ad dition to sovero cuts and bruises on tho head and chost. NOTICE TO AUTOIST3. The Alaska Supply Company will have a man at the gasoline tank Sun day and Monday, between tho hours of 11 and 12 o'clock, for tho conven ience of automobile men. 9-3-2t Goldstein's Emporium will be clos ed all day Monday Sept. 6, Labor Day. FOR SALK?M. D. Berry's enilrf transfer out fit at bargain. 3-llftr. Watches, Diamonds Jewelry, Silverware t I.J.Sharick^ Jeneler and ? Optician PROFESSIONAL. William Paliister, M. D., Specialist in tho treatment of diseases and doformitioa of tho eye and, ear, noao and throat Office*: Fourth Floor, Goldstein BuildIntt Ofilcc Phono 160. Keildence Phone 161. + **** + *+ + + + + + + 4> + * * DR. LEONARD P. DAWES + * Surgeon and Physician + * Office First Nat. Bk. Bldg. + * Hours 10 to 12 m; 1 to 4 + + and 7 to 9 p. m. + + Phono 2602; Res. 2603 + +?++***+++++++++ rsnnm 'DENTIST | 1 and 3 Goldstein Building I A Phone 66. X ^ Hours. 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. ? MRS. ANITA BRANSCOM NURSE Surgical, medical and obstetric al cases cared for at your home. Phone 205, Bergmann Hotel, Room 30. MISS ALBRECHT SXASSEUSE Member Incorporated Society of Trained i Masseuses of London Cliff Apaitmcnti, Juneau A MRS. A. D. GROVE Red Cross Graduate Nurse Surgical Medical Obstertical Cases cared for at your home. 136 E. 6th St., Phone 1405 * 4 4 ?4 Any Broken Spectacle Lense duplicated and fitted for $1.50, mado by best lense makers, no matter what you paid for your glasses originally. T. J. SHARICK Jeweler and Optician 4 4 y-Ml l-H-M MM 1 M l III M 1 !? I1 !? :: Dr. Fannie Waite ;; ;; Eyesight ;; ;; Specialist ?? i'. ROOM 2 VALENTINE - II BUILDING - I'll 1 I 1 I 1 I Ml I III M 111 nT Piano Tuner GEORGE ANDERSON. Export. Twenty >oors experience. Factory representative for Hish Grade Tianoe and Player Pianos. Address Box 991. Phone 143. World Wide Wireless "VIA MARCONI" NEW ALASKAN SERVICE OF THE MARCONI WIRELESS TELE GRAPH COMPANY OF AMERICA l? now open for the acceptance Of public business at GREATLY REDUCED RATES. CONSTANT, RELIABLE SERVICE CITY OFFICE 115 Seward Streeet ? ? ? ? Phone 86 OUR MESSENGER WILL CALL FOR YOUR BUSINESS ? NOTICE Juneau Bartenders' Union The regular meeting, Sunday Sept. 5th, will be called at 4 p. m. Instead of lp. m. Business of lmportanco on hand. The Mayflower Saloon is un fair to organized labor. Bartenders International League of America, Lo cal 869, Affiliated with American Fed eration of Labor, C. H. Daniels, Secy. ?(8-30-6t) ++++**+++?++++++* + CLASSIFIED ADV. +++?+?*+?++????? MONEY LOANED on personal property, diamonds, Jew elry, notes and bonds. All business strictly confidential. J. Plant, broker and Jeweler, 64 Front St. 9-2-tf) WANTED?500 famlles to buy kin dling, call 146 and leave order. Alas ka Kindling Co. 8-16-lm. WOMAN wants hour work, phone 138. 7-19-tf. FOR RENT ? Large front room, steam bcatcd, cheap; over McClos key's. 9-1-6L FOR RENT ? Modern 4-room and bath flat I. Goldstein. 7-31-tf. FOR RENT, 2 and 3 room furnlshec housekeeping suites; reasonable, "The oozy corner of Juneau." Cliff Apart monts, near court house. 2-1-lm. TWO good house keeping rooms for rent, near post office, apply New Cain Hotel. 9-1-31. HOUSE for rent. Mrs. M. J. Davis tt Three room house for rent 10th and Wllloughby Ave. Apply at Mrs. Mac Donald's. 9-3-lw. FURNISHED rooms for rent, close In; bathroom in connection; apply upstairs, Decker apartments, Gold and First St. 8-4-lm The Empire will ma' e advertising contracts subject to prooi of largest Irculatlon of any newspaner In Alaska. Pay highest prices for used stoves, ranges and heaters. General ex change and repair shop at 114 Front St., telephone 273. Will call at your home. 8-31-tf If you want to know, "ask Bartlett." ?(9-1-tf.) A SHIRT with DISTINCTION? THE MANHATTAN, at the Hub. 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 Doiiglas Fish 8 Ice Co, ORDERS TAKEN 8 DELIVERBD City Wharf Phone 407 CARLONE & MARZIK Ladies' and Gentlemen's Tailor Haoe Just teceioed 2000 Samples of Fall and Winter Goods ST. ANN AV. Phono 70 DOl'GLAL X L. C Thorn** Mor! F. Thorium X Alaska Furniture 8 Undertaking J X TBjf Co., Inc. j % Funeral Directors & tmbalmers | 0 Douglas Alaska X Hart Schadner & Marx VARSITY FIFTY-FIVE THE HEAVIEST SCORER This Is The Suit ? TJiat keeping "big league" company; the favorite wiih the brisk young men who head the list of stylish dressers here lias never been an error marked up I against Varsity Fifty-five; a sure, safe hit. You'll be fixed right in the style game if you wear it. . . . _ Goldstein's Emporium The Home of Hart S chaffner & Marx Clothes and Emery Shirts : ! : ?- >??<.???? -'.B ?