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I OptometristI A Sclentlflc Examination of I the Eyes tor Glasses without I drops or drugs. Prescribing Glasses, so that I they shall be absolutely accu- I rate, satisfactory and comfort- H No Divided Responsibility. I So the safe and economical way I is to get Glasses only from Op- I tometrlsts. I Published by the Optutnetrkml Society of I the City of New York Robert Simpson Optometrist and Optician ? + ? ALASKA DAILY EMPIRE ? ? Douglas Branch * ? M. A. SNOW, Manager + ? + J.J. + 4.4.4. + + + + + + + + + + + DOUGLAS. Sept. 7.?'Tho gas boat "Tillacum" left for Warm Springs Bay this morning. Among those who left for the springs were Rudy Troll. Fred Strickland. Ed McCormicw, H. McRae. Bob Fairbanks. A1 and Dave Christoe. Dave Chrlstoe will return on the same trip. The Douglas City Council will hold a meeting at the city hall to night. No meeting was held last night on account of yesterday being a holiday. Today is registration day at the Douglas schools. Miss Minnie Mat loy, the principal, and Miss C. Malon ey of Seattle. Miss M. Moss and Miss Elsie De Clark of Spokane all grade teachers, aro present. Miss Shafer, Miss Tracey. Miss Bcckstrom and Miss Boyle are all on their way and will be here probably tonight or to morrow. Nearly all of the Douglas stores ob served yesterday as a holiday, and remained open only in the morning. Mrs. Butterfleld will leave on the Spokane for her home in the States. She has been spending the summer in Douglas visiting with her sister, Mrs. S. B. Combest. Mrs. H. J. Museth and two daugh ters, AgneR and Nora, returned on the Alameda last night from Ketchi kan and Miss Nora has resumed her duties at the Douglas post offlce. The Ladles' League of the Congre gational church will hold their regu lar meeting Thursday afternoon at the church. All are Invited. DOUGLAS WOMEN'S CLUB IN SESSION DOUGLAS, Sept. 7.?The Woman's Club met In regular sosslon this af ternoon at 2:30 In the Douglas Island Labor Union hall. Father Kashovar off gave a talk on the "Natives of Alaska." illustrated with curios and relics from his collection. It was an open meeting to which the public and school children Inter ested in the subject of the Natives were Invited. SIX GOOD REELS AT THE LYRIC THEATRE DOUGLAS, Sept. 7.?The following program will be seen tontght at the i Lyric theatre: 1.?Animated Weekly. 2.?"The Man Without Fear," a sen | sationa! drama. 3. 4 and 5.?"The Hand that Con demns," a cracker-Jack, three-reel I feature. 6?'The Battle of the Little Tin Horn," a burlesque Indian picture. ** ? ? ? LABOR DAY BALL WAS BIG SUCCESS ? DOUGLAS. Sept. 7. ? The I^abor Day dance given last night by the Douglas Island Labor Union at the Natatorium was a very brilliant affair. The hall was a mass of bunting, flags and lights, and the music was fur nished by the Treadwell 8-plece or chestra. Dancing continued until af ter midnight A large crowd was in attendance. - . . TREADWELL. Sept 7. ? The Treadwell Safety Committee held Its regular monthly meeting at the club committee rooms yesterday after noon. Nothing but routine work was done. F. A. Scott has joined the corpen ter force at Sheep Creek and Is working on the new flume for the Treadwell power plant at that place. Francis Cornwall will leave for the south on the Mariposa tonight. The Spokane tomorrow evening will carry a number of our popular young men to the States?temporar ily. Among those going are Ed Mug ford. Art Strandberg and "Dub" Co blentz. "Dub" will return shortly with a bride. The Treadwell club auditorium Is being treated to a fresh coat of paint. The gymnasium class will meet at the club with trainer Tom McDonald tonight at 8 o'clock. It will meet each Tuesday hereafter. A perfume with an individuality? Tho "Gardenglow." It combines the fragrance of a bouquet of fresh flow ers with the subtle delight in things beautiful and harmonious. It is made in an extract, toilet water, talcom and face powder or a sachet. Juneau Drug Co., Phone 250. Sat., Tu., Ths. It's no secret, the smart men about town are all wearing Benjamin Clothes. DELIN WIN8 TROPHY TREADWELL, Sept. 7,? Runsoll York failed to come up to his usual standard because of a handicap on the 19-yard line and Harry Delin won the Bennett trophy, at the regular shoot of the Treadwell Gun Club Sunday. In the practice skirmish, of 25 birds Daniels broke 19; Torry, 15; Delin, 15; and Manning, 15. The regular scores: Delin ....... 45 Daniels 38 Christoe 38 Manning 37 York 34 Stoody 29 Hallger 25 Terry 22 *+**+++*++++**++ * + + COURTHOUSE NOTES + ? ? Perelle Will Sue the Hallum Co. John Perelle has filed cult to fore close a lien which he filed against the Hallum Construction Co., George No ll. Noble et al several months ago to secure the payment of 91506.20 al leged to be due for labor. Gunnison & Robertson reprosont- the plaintiff. The Alaska Steam Laundry has filed suit against S. H. Mill wee to re cover $21 alleged to be owing. Boat Is Sold. For a consideration of $800 the gas boat Lily & Maud has been sold by Erik Forss to William Forss. The craft has a not tonnage of 5 tons. Wedded Today. Miss Sophia Nlkula this afternoon became the bride of Mr. Edward Cal vas, both of whom are residents of Juneau. The ceremony was perform ed by U. S. Commissioner J. B. Mar shall. Will Appeal Decision. Notice of appeal has been (lied in the case of C. B. Lockhardt vs F. W. O'Donnell in which U. S. Commis sioner J. B. Marshall recently entered a judgment for the plaintiff in the sum of $200. Divorce Wanted. Divorce proceedings have been be gun by Laura Mauzy against her hus band, J. L. Mauzy, to whom sho was married in Vancouver, B. C.. in Oct., 1908. The complaint charges deser tion and states that the plaintiff has been entirely dependent upon her own labors for support during the last few years. V. A. Paine repre sents the plantlff, who is also asking that she be permitted to resume her maiden name. INJURED IN SAWMILL Calvin Alger was brought in from Excursion Inlet last night to be treated at St. Ann's hospital for in juries received in the Excursion Inlet saw-mill Sunday. NOTICE. Goldsteins' Emporium will be closed all day Thursday. 2t Mrs. J. E. Halford, wife of Dentist Hal ford In the Kaser parlors, arrived on the Spokane from Seattle and Is at the New Cain. Mr. and Mrs. James McCloskey and sons expect to return to Seattle on an early boat Frederick Robinson of Colorado Springs, Col., and Thomas A. Martin of Pasadena, Calif., arrived from Se attle last night, and will spend some time hunting game in this section. They are staying at the New Cain. Miss Catherine Maloney of Seat tle, Miss Elsie De Clark of Spokane and Miss Minnie F. Malloy of Walla Walla, are registered at the New Cain. They arrived here yesterday. John J. O'Fallon, jr., of St. Louis, is a northbound passenger on the Ad miral Farragut for Kenal, where he will hunt caribou and sheep. Later In tho season Mr. O'Fallon expects to hunt bear on tho Alaska peninsula. Walter Ackerman and Mrs. Acker man, of St. Louis, were passengers on the Alameda yesterday on their way to Kenal where Mr. Ackerman will hunt big game. Mrs. Ackerman intends to leave the steamer at Se ward where she will await her hus band's return while visiting with friends there. Mrs. Ackerman was a schoolmate of Mrs. A. S. Dautrick of this city. TURNER DANCING ACADEMY Mr. N. Martin, of Boston, teacher, and lady assistant. The first class of pupllh well advanced; second class now being organized. Get in their class and be ready for the winter dancing. We teach you to dance properly and satisfactorily or refund your money. 'Phone 2-7-5 or call at of fice in Hall Building. 9-7-tf. R. L. TURNER. Mrs. Alice M. Jordison returned on the Spokane from Ketchikan where she had visited her sister, Mrs. Robt T. Graham, for a month. JUNEAU DRUG CO. Value?Greatest. Quality?Highest. Selection?Largest. Service?Best. Price?Always Moderate. 107 Front St., Opp. Alaskan Hotel. NOTICE. Goldsteins' Emporium will be closed all day Thursday. 2t 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 GO TO THE DREAM THEATRE Admission only 5c, 10c and 15c?Five reels of pictures. 9-4-tf FOR RENT?Steam heated furnish ed room: lady preferred. Mre. For rest. 9-7-6L To be or not to be Pre pared?that is the question these rainy days?very' lat-., est Rain Coats at Behrends. Shipping Spoils the Quality TRY Juneau Famous I Alaska Beer ITS MADE IN JUNEAU Family Trade Solicited PHONE 29 .'?J.ClTTTr*"J7TTILJ: ; 11111111111111111;; 111111111n11111111 n 11; 111111 M H !Formal Opening;; :: =of = I BRIE DRUG CO. ; THURSDAY EVE., SEPT. 9. MUSIC--SOUVEMRS :: I I M I I M-I-lM I IT ! CARNIVAL OF FON ===== GIVEN BY THE ===== Treadwell Club Band At The D ougias Natatorium I aEUHHBHm FOR ???BBHanaDHI 6-NIGHTS-6 ? STARTING = Thursday, September 16, 1915 six nights of clean amusement BOWLING == AT THE = BRUNSWICK NEW MANAGEMENT I i SPECIAL SELLING OF BOY'S CLOTHING YOUR CHOICE OF ANY BOY'S SUIT IN OUR MAMMOTH STOCK AT 25 Per Cent Discount > Friday and Saturday, Sept. lOtfi and lltfi. FOR 2 DAYS ONLY Now the chance for you to make a big saving on your Boy s School Suit. Come early while the selections are good, fi fi Goldstein's Emporium he Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes and Emery Shirts I ? ?-? ??-y-rr ^ mm??h?1^? ?HI ill 111 III 111 I III III I 11 t ? Business Chances i; Half Interest in pool room....$350 ?? !! Boarding house, best in the I! ;; town 500 '' " Second hand business at in- !! I) voice about 700 '] ? ? Restaurant, doing good bus " iness . .?1000 jj Houses for Sale and Rent I) House and lot, Casey-Shat tuck Add. _.$850 ?? |! House and lot 2000 I! J Lot on Gold St., good apt. ? !! sito J...? 1200 !! ?; Furni8bcd house for rent.._ 20 ?' I! Two room apts 15 !! Cabins, 1 and 2 rooms 7 jj .. If you want to buy or sell see -? ** us?Exclusive Listings Only 11 :: Juneau Realty Co. ?? :: 174 FRONT ST.:: ~1M l l 1 I I I 1 1 111 111 1 111 1 1 M-fr JEWISH NEW YEAR OLDEST FESTIVAL, COMMENCES TOMORROW Jewish New Year begins tomorrow evening, at 8 o'clock and all over the United States there will be services where there aro synagogues and tem ples. According to a bulletin Issued by the Jewish Holidays Press Notice Bu reau of Cincinnati, the Thursday morn ing service comprises a more elabor ate form of worship and combines some vestiges of antique ritual with expressions of human experiences and feelings true and real for therybody and at all times. The notice then continues: "The Jewish New Year's Festival Is the oldest of all festivals celebrated in the civilized world. But it is uni que for its significance as well as for Its antiquity. The secular New Year (on Janury 1st) is a day of gratifica tions; men rejoice In what they have achieved; it is a day for slrdid in ventories. The Jewish New Year's Day, however, is a time for serious thought on the Meaning of Life; It evokes pious contemplation of the dif ficult and inevaslble problem as to right and wrong and its appeal Is not that we should get more out of prac tical life but value more genuinely, more truthfully, more morally the life God has entrusted to us. "Much of the success and failure of our work depend, not upon our equipment, but upon our motives. The Jewish New Year's Day, accordingly. Is placed by a wise tradition at the beginning of autumn, when men en ter upon their enterprises and obliga tions with zest and zeal. Just then* they need a right interpretation of life and a true measure of its val ues. The antique features of the ritual of that day express the aspirations all men feel equally. The Trumpet calls, constituting the central part in the worship of that day are appeals for the moral stir which men should feel when they contemplate their exper iences and seek for re-enforcement of their hopes. The calls are also an ap peal to the large sense of life. Our week-day wishes and prayers are self centered and do not give ust perspec tive ot our relations and obligations to tho community and fcllowman, and of their Influence upon us. But the New Year's Day offer us an occasion to re-affirm our respect for and trust In Providenco which Is the organiza tion of all lives into an all-encompass lng justice. The Jew comprehends this as a comfort in the case of mis fortunes and as monition In the suc cesses he may have. The function of the New Year's Day is to establish a moral judgment in our life and ex periences." NORTHERN LAWMAKER RETURNS WITH BRIDE ??? Arthur G. Shoup, member of the first and second Alaska Legislature, and father of the women's suffrage bill, returned last night on tho steam ship Spokane, accompanied by his bride, and will leave tonight on the; Georgia, for their home in Sitka. Mrs. Shoup was Miss Rose Kemp, of Sau sallto, Calif, and tho wedding took place in Seattle, August 28, the Rev. Adna W. Leonard of the Methodist Episcopal church performing the cere mony. Mr. and Mrs. Shoup are registered at the Gastincau Hotel. At Sitka Mr. Shoup Is superintendent of the Pion eers' Home. SLIDE DOES DAMAGE Road Superintendent J. C. Hayes yesterday received a cablegram from Haines announcing that a rock slide had wiped out a section of the gov ernment road near Klukwan. The slide occurred Sunday evening. BOHM FUNERAL Tho funeral of Mrs. Charles Bohm of Sentinel Island was held Saturday from the C. W. Young Chapel. The Rev. J. B. Stevens preached. Inter ment was held in Evergreen ceme tery. ELLIOTT-GILMORE Albert Elliott of Juneau was mar ried on August 29 to Miss Helen Gil more of Mendcn, Mo., at tho home of tho bridegroom's sister, Mrs. L. D. Kl mer, at Sunnysldo, Wash., according to an announcement received today by The Empire. "250 PLEASE." What If It does rain, all we need is to call 250 and we get our DRUG needs delivered at once. "The store that has what you want?when you want it. Juneau Drug Co., opposite Alaskan Hotel. 9-4-3t FOR RENT?Front room with bath, close in, 433 Seward St., $2.50 wk. 7-3t j I Watches, Diamonds Jewelry, Silverware I.J. SharickJ Jeweler end Optician ++??*??+*++*?+?*? * * + 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) A business chance for experienced chauffeur. Enquire Empire. 9-7-3L WANTED?600 familes to buy kin dling, call 146 and lcavo order. Alas ka Kindling Co. 8-16-lm. WOMAN wants hour work, phone 138. 7-19-tf. FOR RENT ? Large front room, steam heated, cheap; over McClos key's. 9-l-6t. FOR RENT ? Modern 4-room and bath flat I. Goldstein. 7-31-tf. ,FOR RENT ? Newly furnished housekeeping rooms $8.00 and $10.00 per month. Seaview apartments. FOR RENT, 2 and 3 room furnlshet housekeeping suites; reasonable, "The cozy corner of Juneuu." Cliff Apart mcnts, near court house 2-1-lm HOUSE for rent, Mrs. M. J. Davis tf Three room house for rent 10th and Wllloughby Ave. Apply at Mrs. Mac Donald's. 9-3-lw. House keeping and sleeptng rooms; reasonable; close in ? 335 Franklin street. It FOR SALE?M. I). Berry's entire transfer out fit at bargain. 3-lMr. Pay highest prices for used stoves, ranges and heaters. Genoral ex change and repair shop at 114 Front St., telephone 273. Will call at your home. 8-31-tf YOU HAVE tried tho rest now try the best. For French dry cleaning, steam cleaning, dyeing and pressing. Capital Dye Works, phono 177. 19-tf GO TO THE DREAM THEATRE Admission only 6c, 10c and 16c?Five reels of pictures. 9-4-tf Five second hand drop head sewing machines?every one guaranteed. From $12.50 to $27.00. Alaska Furni ture Co. COME TO THE PALMIST. I tell you about work, business marriage, and the future. Get your fortune told. 306 Front Street. 9-7-lmo. FRESH YAKIMA PEACHES: 60 Cts. Fine, fresh Yakima peaches, 60 cts. a box, at the Alaska Fruit and Pro duce Company, 122 Front street. Piano Tuner GEORGE ANDERSON. Expert. Twenty years experience. Factory representative for Hifh Grade Pianos and Player Pianos. Address Box 991. Phone 143. World Wide Wireless I "VIA MARCONI" NEW ALA8KAN SERVICE OF THE MARCONI WIRELESS TELE GRAPH COMPANY OF AMERICA Is 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 BU8INESS I I ISWI * HI I II lil ? I I.I Walk Over to The Hub ?FOR? A "WALKOVER"SHOE PROFESSIONAL. William Pallister, M. D., Specialist in the treatment qf dlseasea and deformities of the pya aad ear. noeo and throat Office*; Fourth Floor, Goldstein Budding Oflice Phono 160. Residence f hone 18L 44+44444444444444 * DR. LEONARD P. DAWE8 4 4 Surgeon and Physician 4 * Office First Nat. Bk. Bids. 4 4 Hours 10 to 12 m; 1 to 4 4 4 and 7 to 9 p. m. 4 4 Phono 2602; Ros. 2603 4 ++++*++??+++???? MRS. ANITA BRANSCOM NURSE Surgical, medical and obstetric ul cases cared for at your home. Phone 206, Bergmann Hotel, Room 30. ! Dr. E. H. Kaser I: SDENTIST 31 x 1 and 3 Goldstein Building ' [ X Phone 86. , , 4 Hours, 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. , , ?????????????????????????' ' MISS ALBRECHT MASSEUSE Member Incorporated Society of Trained Masseuses of London Cliff Apaitmcnli, Juneau 4 MRS. A. D. GROVE Red Cross Graduate Nurse Surgical Modical Obstcrtlcal Cases cared for at your home. 136 E. 6th 8t., Phone 1405 * ? ?5* 4 Any Broken Spectacle Lense duplicated and fitted for $1.60, made by best lenso makers, no matter what you paid for your ' glasses originally. I. J. SHARICK Jeweler and Optician 4 ?4 ?I I I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I I 1 1 111 I 1 1 1 I M !? :: Dr. Fannie Waite :: 1' There was a young lady named ;) Kate, !! Whose glasses were never on j) straight; . jj But the mount she has now "j Gives her nothing but Joy; ?? It's the "Flts-u"?she got It from Walte. ? ? ; ! i ROOM 2 VALENTINE !! J BUILDING ? ? 1 I 1 1 I 1 11! Ill 111 1 111 1 111 1 1 !? Donglas FisFi S Ice Co, ORDERS TAKEN 8 DELIVERED City Wharf Phone 407 CARLONE & MARZIK Ladies' and Gentlemen'* Tailor Have just received 2000 Samples of ', Fall and Winter Goods ST. ANN AV. Phone 70 DOUGLAL o L. G Thocn*? Mori V. Thomaa < [ \ J Alaska Furniture 8 Undertaking ' J Co., Inc. \ [ ;; Funeral Directors & Fmbalmers :; *:+000 mm M' '