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Away on | Vacation | Will Return about Oct. 1 Robert Simpson Optometrist and Optician William Pallister, M. D., Specialist In the treatment of dlMuea and deformities of tho or* and ear. noaoand throat Office* Fourth Floor. Goldstein Building Office Phone UCL Classes Fitted. ??????????????*?? * DR. LEONARO P. DAWES + + Surgeon and Physician + * Office First Nat. Bk. Bid*. + * Hours 10 to 12 m; 1 to 4 + + and 7 to 9 p. m. * * Phone 2602; Res. 2603 + +*+++++*++++++++ !: Dr. E. H. Kaser i: <DENTIST o ' | 1 and 3 Goldstein Building ] | 0 Phone jo. 0 ^ Hours. 9 a. m. to 9 d. m. ? MISS ALERECHT OSTEOPATH Swedish Massage. Medical Gymnastics. Ex pert treatment siren In all casea requiring tnaasage. diet and mechanical therapeutics. Rooma 419-C1 Goldstein Building. Phone 282 Hours 1 to S p. m. and by appointment A + MRS. A. D. GROVE Red Cross Graduate Nurse Surgical Medical Obstertlcal 1 Cases cared for at your home, f 136 E. 6th St., Phone 1405 * 1 + + ? Any Broken Spectacle Lense duplicated and fitted for $1.50, made by best lense makers, no matter what you paid for your glasses originally. L J. SHARICK Jeweler and Optician 4 4 T f OR. G. C. MAULE Dentist Third St., Douglas, Alaska ?* ^ * DR. H. VANCE OSTEOPATH 5 and 6 Malony Bldg., phone 295 Hours 9 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. TELEGRAM! Douglas-Juneau?10 Words 25c Delivered Marconi Wireless Tele graph Co., F. J. Jerome, Phone "Triple 0" ? Douglas To be or not to be Pre pared?that is the question these rainy days?very lat est Rain Coats at Behrends. The Empire circulation leads. Try advertising In it. Piano Tuner GEORGE ANDERSON. Expert. Twenty yetn experience. Factory representative for ' High Grade Pianos and Player Pianoa. Addreaa Box DM. Phone US. ! Protect Your Health Eat clean, wholesome food, pre pared under sanitary conditions THE WHITE LONCH the one place in Juneau with modern sanitary equipment, where no tin cans or rusty pots are used. 122 FRONT. STREET CARNIVAL OF FUN | GIVEN BY THE ===== Treadwell Club Band At The Dougl as Natatorium j MOHeaBH FOR ?BBHMBBBi ! 6-NIGHTS-6 = STARTING ? Thursday, September 16, 1915 SIX NIGHTS OF CLEAN AMUSEMENT BOWLING ?_ AT THE = BRUNSWICK NEW MANAGEMENT J 1 1,11 1 i ? 9 ALASKA DAILY EMPIRE + ? Dougla* Branch ? 9 M. A. SNOW, Manager + * I DOUGLAS, Sept 17.?Joe Cascad den, an experienced blacksmith, ha opened a shop next to Sully's Under taking Parlors, having purchased the building and fixtures from John and Brant, who retired from business a few months ago. The Eagles will hold tehir regular meeting tonight. There will bo init iation. CARNIVAL OPENING WAS VERY WELL ATTENDED DOUGLAS. Sept. 17.?Tho opening of the Treadwoll Band Carnival at the Nat&torlum last night was a very aus picious occasion. The band started from the Tread well club at 7:30 o' clock and paraded down St. Ann's avenue and through the business streets of Douglas, arriving at the hall at 8:00 o'clock when the doors wero opened to the public. A large number of people followed the band and the N^tatorium was crowded 15 minutes after the opening. Dancing started at 9 o'clock and continued un til near midnight. The carnival is being run entirely by the band boys and no concessions have been given to outsiders. Admis sion is free and tickets are used for all purchases within the building. Tho, booths, contain novelties, candles, cane racks, knife racks, shooting gal leries, fish ponds and ball throwing devices. One of the attractions is the country store, and the ice cream and soda bootb did a rushing business last night. The carnival will contin ue for five more nights, not including Sunday. LYRIC TONIGHT. DOUGLAS. Sept. 17.?Tho follow ing program is on at the Lyric to night: 1 and 2?(Standard) "One of the Rabble." a gripping. 2-reel drama, fea turing Mildred Bright and Bob Frazer. 3?(Powers) "How Freckles Won His Bride." a laughing comedy. 4 and5?"Trey o' Hearts," 11th epi sode?"The Haunted Hills. This is one of the interesting parts?the dar ing ride. 6?A Mutual comic?"The White Slave Catchers." a ripping one-part comedy of the day. Same show tomorrow night. ?? DOUGLAS OUT EN MASSE AT SMITH DRUG OPENING ?+? DOUGLAS. Sept. 17. ? Over 1400 ? people attended the formal opening of tho Roxall-Nyall Drug Store onj Front streets last night. This is n combination of the stocks of the two old Smith drug stores housed in the new building erected at Front and D streets by Elmer E. Smith. Souvenirs were given to everyone who attended and a carnation was presented to each lady as well. A concert was given during tho evening by the Vlctrola-Grand and a large number of classical and operatic se lections were played. r-*? i i Tho doll was won by Tom Tracy whoso guess of 34992 was nearest to tho total weight of persons weighing in the store during the day, the acta* al weight being 34938. TREAD WELL, Sept. 17.?Tho four basketball teams, representing the Mexican-Bullion, Cyanide, Store, and Shops departments are practicing faithfully for tho coming soason. A regular schedule of practlco has been posted and the practicing is being dono at tho Treadwell club. The first game will bo at the Natatorlum on Oct. 11th. The oil steamer Lansing arrived from the South yesterday afternoon and will leavo this evening on the return trip. She unloaded a cargo of oil at tho Bullion dock. EL Reimonn defeated F. A. Kapp two Btralght games of handball in the tournament last nigbt The first meeting of tho ladies' gym class took placo at 4 o'clock this af ternoon. SHRINE HEADS HERE TOMORROW FOR CEREMONIAL Joseph A. Swalwell, vlce-prosident of the National Bank of Commerce. Seattle, and potentate of Nile Temple, of the Ancient & Arabic Order of Mystic Shrine, will reach Juneau this evening on the steamship Mariposa, accompanied by six other members of the Nile official divan. The car avansera is here to make Shriners of a large class of Masons who have attained the 32nd degree. The ceremonial will bo held to morrow nikht in Elks' Hall, and will be followed by a banquet. In the vis iting party are a number of Soattle bankers, and as the Anglo-Fronch loan which the banks of the United States propose making is demanding the at ;entton of financiers all over the j United States, the visitors are anx ous to return to their homes. Conse luently they have made arrange ments to sail from Juneau Sunday, on the steamship Admiral Farragut It had been planned to bring Nile's amous Patrol to Juneau for the cere monial. but it wa3 found Impossible at the last moment for the band and patrol to make the trip, for businoss reasons. Had the patrol made the trip the Southeastern Alaska Shrine Club had planned a series of enter tainments in their honor. The Shrine Club officers are L. V. Winter, presi dent, Harold H. Post, vice-president :ind David J. Kinzio, secretary. "BILLIE" KNEEBONE STRICKEN MINER, IS TO LEAVE JUNEAU William Kneebone. a miner who re reived a broken back while timbering !n the Perseverance mine several months ago, will be taken to San Francisco next week. Accompanied by Mrs. Kneebone, he will leave on the steamship Spokane Monday or Tuesday. Friends of Mr. Kneebone. most of whom arc employees of the Alaska Gastineau Mining company, sub scribed a little over J300 to defray expenses of Kneebone's trip and T. P. Sheldon, a local upholsterer, has constructed a special stretcher for the injured man's comfort on the trip. Contributions are still coming in at the office of Emery Valentine. Kneeboncs' case was one of the most touching in the history of Ju neau. He was one of the most popu lar miners in the district, and was a | ;:iant in statutre. The accident that !aid him low has wasted him to a shadow and doctors have said their was no hope for him. ANNOUNCEMENT. Store Closed Saturday. On account of a Jewish haliday, Goldstein's Emporium will be closed Saturday until 6 p. m. 9-16-2t ?>*?? + ???? + ?????? + ? NOTICE. + * ?+? + + Nobles of the Mystic Shrine + ?S? take notice that the ceremonial + ? will be held Saturday evening: + + at 7 o'clock, in Elks' hall. 4* * L. V. WINTER, + + Pres't, Shrine Club 4* jf 4> ?>?? + <? + + ? + + ??? + 4 + REWARD FOR LEARNING THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE DETROIT. Sept. 17.? The Solvey Urocess Company. Detroit, emplayiog thousands of foreigners, will increase by two cents an hour the pay of men who learn to speak English. WHITMAN DOES NOT WANT MORE PAY ALBANY, N. Y., Sept. 17.?Governor Charles S. Whitman asks that the proposed amendment to the constitu tion increasing the governor's salary from $10,000 to $20,000 be made ef fective January 1. 1917t after bis term expires. New arrivals of carefully selected stock. See the display window f?r bargains tomorrow and Monday. Al aska Furniture company. O-17-.f. The Juneau Fruit & Vegetable Mar ket will be closed Saturday until 6 p. m.?Open Saturday evening, 6 to 32. ANNOUNCEMENT. Store Closed Saturday. On account of a Jewish haliday, Goldstein's Emporium will be cloned Saturday until 6 p. m. 9-lf-2t WATCH FOR THE Nurse Girl at Guy's Drug Store; She will arrive soon: Opposite P. O., Douglas. Take a l&xaBJLOtd&dieb, Tonight It will act as a laxative In tha morning Wm. Britt, Junenu. Elmar E- Smith, Douglaa. TOWEL SPECIAL! I 350 DOZEN TOWELS I ___ PLACED ON SALE | We have divided them into Two Lots for Quick Selling. See the Window Display to get an idea of the GREAT VALDES New I Lot 1?75c Doz. Ken Styles in I Gossard .. _ Millinery cw. IjQt '?65c Poz. ? " Just In Every Boat Goldstein s Emporium 7?e Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes and Emery Shirts MILLINERY You will be proud u a peacock If you buy your HATS of Mr*. E. Sherman. She frankly telb you what atyle i* becoming. Her Slyle?.Are Rijjbl Up to Tfie Minute ? Mrs. E. Sherman 131 Front St., Juaeau. Phone 264 NOBLE DEED8 LAND George R. Noble 1ms llle'd a quit claim deed-In favor of Newark L. Bur ton for alTof tho soldier's additional homestead covered by survey No. I, 112. The tract Is on the northeast side of Gastineau channel about 3% miles from Juneau. HENDEE IMPROVES. J. C. Hendee, who was accidentally shot while on a hunting trip several weeks ago. Is able to be up and 1b rapidly regaining his strength. His Injured arm Is still in a sling, but all doubt as to his ultimate completo re-: covcry have been dispelled. None of the muscles of the arm were destroy ed by the bullet and he will regain full control of his arm and hand. Are you using Gardenglow Per fume? It Is a perfume that will please the most fastidious. The subtle frag rance brings to you recollections of gardens filled with flowers, of things beautiful and harmonious. We have a sample for you at THE JUNEAU DRUG CO. 107 Front, St., Opp. Alas-' kan Hotel. 'Phone 2-5-0. 9-17-3L The Juneau Fruit & Vegetable Mar ket will be closed Saturday until 6 p. m.?Open Saturday evening, 6 to 12. DELINQUENT FISH TAX IS ENORMOUS According to figures compiled by J. H. Cobb, attorney for the Territory In connection with the collection of fish taxes delinquent for 1913 and 1914, there are 3,418,413 cases of salmon packed In the 'at Division alone, on which tho tax was not paid. Count ing one-fifth of ^hese as reds, on which tho tax Is 7 cents per case, the revenue for that part would amount to $47,857.81, and rating the remaind er at %-cent per case the tax would amount to $13,673.65, making a total tax fee of $61,531.46 delinquent for Division No. 1. Notices are being sent out this week to all canneries whose tax Is unpaid, and they aro being Informed that suite will be instituted if the tax is not paid within a reasonable time. REV. BLACKWELL ADRESSES W.C.T.U. The Rev. R. C. Blackwell addressed the W. C. T. U. meeting at the Metho dist parsonage yesterday. Mrs. H. J. Wado also spoke. Miss Helen Blackwell was elected secretary in placo cf Secretary Graff, who has resigned. TWO ARE JAILED FOR DRUNKENNESS William O'Keefe and Charles Swain were this morning taken bcforo City Magistrate E. W. Pettit to answer for disorderly canduct. O'Keefe was sen tenced to five days in jail and Swain to twenty days. Both arc old offend ers. ALAMEDA SAILS SOUTH. Early (this morning the Alameda sailed South with the Mowing passen gers: Frank Weston, S. Nelson, J. H. McFarland, Solomon Todd, Miss An na Q. Hopkins, Frances Hurtog, F. W. Cloudy, Senator Frank Aldrlch, C. L. Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Burton and H F. Frost. The Alameda has as a part of her freight consignment 50 tons of high grade concentrates from the Chlcagoff mines. PRINCESS ALICE LEAVES Passengers booked from Juneau on the Princess Alice this morning in cluded C. F. Kullen. A. G. Mink, J. R. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Smith and children, Amlia Keefo, Cordelia Jen nings, George W. Klnman, Mrs. E. Kervella, A. Paul, Mrs. A. A. Hum frey and family, Margaret McDougal, C. D. Green, T. D. GilHs. Mrs. Bernard Kirsch, B. Girando and three second class. NO SUBMARINES FOR BELLIGERENTS BOSTON, Sept 17.?To eliminate the possibility of certain submarine building by the Fore River Shipbuild ing company, from passing into the hands of belligerents, the United States navy has been requested to de tail officers to accompany boats when they proceed to Provlncetown, for trials, and has acceeded to this re quest. When the boats are complet ed they will be sent to the Boston navy yard, to remain until such time as disposition satisfactory to all par ties can be arranged. The Juneau Fruit & Vegetable Mar ket will be closed Saturday until 6 p. m.?Open Saturday evening, 6 to 12. The Juneau Drug Co. has received a new supply of Universal Electric Coffee Percolators, Tea Samovars,! Curling Irons, Shaving Mugs, Vibra tors, Hair Dyers, etc., outside prices, phone 250. 9-16-3t YOM KIPPUR, DAY OF ATONEMENT, IS TO BE OBSERVED| Yom Kippur, the "day of atonement" in the Jewish calendar, falls on to morrow. although the initial service is held tonight. The ritual of the day of atonement Is public although its significance is personal. In Juneau all of the Jewish people will observe the holiday and there will be fasting. The Feast of Tabernacle begins next Wednesday nnd comprises eight days, although holidays are not rig idly observed durign that period. What matters If it rains or snows You should not care? You'll get your needs, Just 'phone us?2-5-0. (I cannot find anything that ryhmes with needs.) JUNEAU DRUG CO., 9-17-31. Opp. Alaskan Hotel. MRS. LULU B. THOMPSON TO REPRESENT JUNEAU As Juneau delegate to the national W. C. T. U. convention, Mrs. Lulu B. Thompson left on the Princess Alice this morning to attend the meetings to be held in Seultle beginning Octo ber 7th. Mrs. Blackwell, wife of Rev erend Blackwcll of the Methodist hcurch has been in Seattle for some time and wll also attend the conven tion. After adjournment, the entire i group of delegates will visit the ex positions in California. ALASKA-JUNEAU CLAIM IS AGAIN PROTECTED Henry Bode filed a protest in the land office yesterday against the ap- j plication of the Alaska Juneau Gold I Mining company for patent to the E. j Millslte and other millsitcs and lodes. < This is the second protest filed agaln3t these claims, the first having been reg istered several days ago. Bode claims that ho claimed the land as a manufacturing site 22 years ago and that since that time has lived upon the tract continuously and that he has erected upon It a boat-building and repair shop. Location notices wero posted on the tract, according to Bodc'8 claim on June 15, 1891. and the claim was recorded on March 8th, 1897. The land involved is .39 acre. REDONDO ARRIVES. Bringing a shipment of coal for Femmer & Ritter, which was dis charged on that firm's new dock on Wllloughby avenue, and a miscellan eous cargo of freight for other chan nel points, the freight steamship Re dondo arrived from Seattle last night. She called at Skagway before ( putting in here. A good fountain pen Is a necessity ?not a luxury. A Waterman Ideal, or a Conkln are guaranteed to give satisfaction. An assortment of any point to suit you Is found only at the Juneau Drug Co., opposite Alaskan hotel, price from $2.50 up. 9-16-3t REXALL COAST RACE Saturday, 1 p. m., for boys under 12. Call at Brltt's Rcxall Store for coast ers. <s 9-16-tf. DR. FANNIE WAITE Eyesight specialist?Valentine Block. Walk Over to The hub ?FOR? A "WALKOVER" SHOE ? t o ;; When You Trade at the 4 ? : : Juneau Fruit Si: ? n i; Vegetable Market * * ' ? 4 > <' You ahve the Satisfaction ] i J J knowing that you are get* * ? 4 > Absolutely the ? <? o 4 > 4 4 :: Best the market affords <? <> 1 > 4 > [ Our Prices are no higher * J than you would pay else- 4 > ] i whero J J < ?. 4 > :: Juneau Fruit and | < > ========== j 0 Vegetable Market i: 1 [ The Up-To-Date Fruit Stand, * | SEWARD STREET < ? 44 I! Between 2nd and 3rd Streets J * Telephone 182 Z WE DELIVER | t f ? THE f p ROYAL GRILL A First Class Restaurant When in Douglas take your meals with us. We serve the best of every thing th<f market affords. Open Ail Hours DOUGLAS ? ? ? ALASKA Watches, Diamonds Jewelry, Silverware I.J.bhanck< Jeweler end Optician WE HAVE SOMETHING TO TELL YOU, MR. CANDY USER. Do you know that right In Seattle we have the best candy makers on the Pacific Coast?The Imperial Can dy Co., who make the Society, TheAl gonquln Choclolates and Augustein Kyer, who make the most delicious Victoria Chocolates and Butter Crisp that is unequalley anywhere. These candies are rich in chocolate and fla vor and above all else are always FRESH. We guarantee every box that comes from the JUNEAU DRUG CO.?Who always carry the best among the best. We deliver any where and at any time. .Phone 250. ?(9-17-3t) It's no secret, the smart men about town are all wearing Benjamin Clothes. 7ou saw It first In The Emplro. APARTMENT HOUSE TOR SALE FIVE APARTMENTS, ALL RENTED PRICE $2,000 Millinery Store ? Cheap. Cigar and Fruit Stand ? Cheap. Store for Rent ? $20 per month. House and cabins For Rent. Juneau Realty Go. 174 Front St. Douglas Fish 8 Ice Co, ORDERS TAKEN 8 DELIVERED City WRarf PRone 407 CARLONE & MARZIK Ladies' and Gentlemen's Tailor Hoot just received 2000 Samplei of Fall and Winter Goods ST. ANN AV. Phone 70 DOUGLAL I L.G Thomas Merl F. Thomas X X Alaska Furniture 8 Undertaking x * Co., Inc. x | Funeral Directors & Embalmers t x ^??????? O*##?