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PROFESSIONAL
Away on
Vacation
Will Return
about Oct. I
Robert Simpson
Optometrist and Optician
William Pallister, M. D.,
Specialist in the treatment of diseases
and deformities of tho eye and ear.
IKM and throat
Office* Fourth Floor. Goldstein Build in*
Office Phone ISO. Glasses Fitted.
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? DR. LEONARD P. DAWES ?
? Surgeon and Physician +
? Offlce First Nat Bk. Bid*. *
+ Hours 10 to 12 m; 1 to 4 +
? sad 7 to 9 p. m. +
+ Phone 2602; Res. 2603 +
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i Dr. E. H. Kaser!
?DENTIST J
J 1 and 3 Goldstein Building I
? Phone M. X
^ Hou rs.9am.to9p.m- ?
MISS ALERECHT
OSTEOPATH
Swediah Maaaage. Medical Gymnastics. Ex- <
part treatment given in all casta requiring 1
massage, diet and mechanical therapeutic*. .
Rooms U9-C1 Goldstein Budding. Phono 2S2 I
Hours 1 to S p. m. arxl by appointment '
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MRS. A. D. GROVE
Red Cross Graduate Nurse
Surgical Medical Obstertlcal
Cases cared for at your home.
13d E. 6th St, Phone 1405
4 1 ?
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Any Broken Spectacle Lense
duplicated and fitted for 31.50,
made by best lense makers, no
matter what you paid for your
glasses originally.
L J. SHARICK
Jeweler and Optician
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DR. G. C. MAIILE
Dentist
Third St. Douglas, Alaska
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DR. H. VANCE
OSTEOPATH
5 and 6 Malony Bldg., phone 295
Hours 9 a.m. to.8:30 p.m.
TELEGRAM r
Douglas-Juneau?10 Words 25c
Delivered Marconi Wireless Tele
graph Co., F. J. Jerome, Phone
"Triple O" ? 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
years experience. Factory representative for
High Grade Pianos and Player Pianoa. Address
Box 99t Phone US.
Protect Your
Health
Eat clean, wholesome food, pre
pared under sanitary conditions
THE WHITE
ICNCH
the one place In Juneau with
modern sanitary equipment,
where no tin cans or rusty pots
are used.
122 FRONT STREET
If you want furniture see F. W. O'
DONNELL, Alaska Furniture Co., his
prices are right. Square deal guar
anteed. 9-20-tf
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FOR SALE?Complete set of house
hold furniture. Inquire of M. F.
Thomas, Douglas. 9-20-31.1
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? ALASKA DAILY EMPIRE ? <
? Douglas Branch * I
? M. A. SNOW, Manager ? 1
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DOUGLAS, Sept. 20.?Paul Peter
sou, who has been on a vacation In :
the States, returned on the Mariposa.
Mrs. M. F. Thomas will leavo on
the Spokane tonight for the StateB to
spend the winter with relatives.
The Daughters of Rebekah will
have an entertainment for their mem
bers and friends at the Lyric theatre
tonight. A picture show will be given
and will be followed by dancing and
a banquet in the Labor Union hall.
Mrs. L. G. Thomas recently received
word that her brother, F. H. Corson,
of Jefferson City, Mo., will leave with
his family about October 1st for
Douglas, where they will make their
home In the future. Mr. Corson vis
ited with hlB sister last summer and
stated when ho left that he might
return to Douglas.
J. W. Green, who has been quaran
tine watchman for the Treadwcll
Douglas line, has been taken to St.
Ann's hospital suffering wlath pneu
monia.
G. E. Cunningham has taken a
temporary position In tho "300" mill
in tho place of Mr. Coryell, who is act
ing as quarantine watchman for a
few days.
The Paraiso arrived in port Satur
day morning and is discharging a
400-ton cargo for the company. A
part of the consignment consists of
heavy iron pipe for tho Treadwell
water line.
The Women's Club of Douglas will
meet tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o'
clock, at Labor Union hall.
HALLECK WILL
SAIL "FAVORITE" I
BACK TO DOUGLAS
DOUGLAS. Sept. 20.?"Btng." Hal
leck, who returned last week from
Cordova, where he recently was ship
wrecked with his small boat, after
having been at the mercy of the sea
for nearly two weeks, after the boat
had broken down said that tho "Fa
vorite" is still on tho fceach at Hook
Point A contract was let to James
Kennedy of Cordova to salve her and
it Is expected she will soon be float
ed. Mr. Halleck will go to Cordov.'
and bring her back to Douglas af
ter a new engine is Installed.
Speaking of his experience, Mr.
Halleck said:
"We started on our trip at mid
night on July 30th with a fair-sized
load of freight for Warm Springs
Bay. and had only been on our way
seven hours when the engine broke
down and we had to anchor near Tec
Harbor. There were four of us on
board. Fred Hastings. Chris Teperich.
N. Fuller and myself, so I sent Ful
ler and Hastings back to Douglas
for a man to fix the engine. The
next day the two returned with Ear!
I^awrence, a Douglas machinist. Ed
Armstrong and George Brown brought
the party out on Brown's boat. Law
rence had the engine going insldt
of half an hour and It ran for about
three hours, breaking down when wt
were crossing the entrance to Icy
Straits.
"We drifted all afternoon and al!
night until about three o'clock In the
morning when Lawrence got the en
gine under way again. There was a
heavy mist In Chatham Strait and 1
took the wheel for about an hour
putting the boat on a course for Kll
lisnoo. I then turned in to get some
sleep and left the wheel in Fuller's
hands, telling him to call me whet
ho saw the Admiralty Island shore. 1
awoke at 11 o'clock and came on deck
to find the boat going in the opposite
direction from which we were travel
ling when I went to bed. I asked the
reasoi and Hastings and Lawrence
said they thought the engine would
work alright now so they had headed
for Warm Springs Bay. They were
about in mid channel when I got up
so I let them go ahead and I wenl
to bed.
"When I cot nn aealn at 4 o'clock
in the afternoon, shore was in sight
but it was a strange shore to me, and
I believed at the time we were below
Warm Springs Bay. Hastings said
they had been studying the chart and
that he was familiar with that shore.
He said we were coming to Peril
Straits. As they were so positive, 1
thought I might be mistaken so I lei
them run until they got tired and 1
took the wheel. By the time day was
breaking I was satisfied we had gone
beyond our port so I headed in the
other direction again. The engine
broke down again at four o'clock In
the morning and we dropped anchor
near Red Bluff Bay, I think. We lay
there all day fooling with the engine
and that night a stiff northwest wind
started to blow. A hard tide was set
ting In and we were dragging anchor
so I decided to weigh anchor and
sail before the wind for Kiuiu Island
across Chatham Strait. In some way
the anchor and 160 feet of chain was
lost overboard and we started on our
big Journey.
After dark we lowered sail and
drifted, keeping a sharp lookout for
the Kiuiu Island shore, but wc never
saw it. During the night the wind
changed to a Southeaster and the next
morning we could see shore on our
starboard side and we were driving
in a northerly direction. We knew
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"Why Girls Leave Home"
??ITWO REELS mmmmmmmmmmmm
A Screamingly Farce Comedy
And Three Other Good Ones
DOUGLAS ORPHEUM THEATRE
Sunday and Monday, Sept. 19-20
Showed to Over 700 People at The Juneau Orpheum.
secono^show Prices 10c and 25c
we wore off tho west coast of some {
island and I thought wo had rounded
^ape Ommaney and wero off the Bar
inoff shore, and that is probably what
we had dono.
'After that we could soo shore every
once In a while for tho noxt eight
days but on account of the hoary
wind and sea we were unablo to
reach it.
"We had plenty to eat but were
short of water and for the last four
days wo quenched our thirst with
the Juice of onions.
"Wo had several narrow escapes
but tho closest shave we had was
off the coast near Cape St. Elfas be
tween 2 and 3 o'clock on the morning
of tho 16th of August?tho day wo
reached shore. We had not dared to
uso a Ball for a number of days, but
wo sighted a pinnacle rock directly
in our course, so we partly raised the
mainsail and cicarod the rock by
about a hundred foeb I havo since
leanted that a reef extendod out from
that rock for a couple of miles and
on account of our boat being compar
atively shallow draft, wo wero not
wrecked.
"At 4 o'clock that afternoon we
landed at Hook Point on Hinchlnbrook
island and two days later Fuller and
l.awrence started out on tho hike
that brought them to Cordova, and
of course the rest of tho story is
too woll known to need telling again."
PROSPECTORS RETURN
FROM LITUYA BAY
DOUGLAS. Sept. 20.? Ed. Arm
strong, "Helno" Dahl and Ezra Pet
ers roturned Saturday on tho "Iona"
from a prospecting trip to Lituya
Bay. Geo. Brown and Lou MUler, two
other members of tho party remained
out thcro. Although there Is no start
ling news of dlscoTorles they say they
are satisfied and will probably return
next Spring.
GOOD SHOW AT THE
LYRIC THEATRE TONIGHT
DOUGLAS, Sept. 20.?Six reels of
excellent pictures will be shown at
the Lyric theatre tonight. They are:
1 and 2?"Cameron's Wife," a strong
two-part Domino.
3?"A Butterfly," and exceptionally
good Thanhouser comedy.
4 and 5?"Shorty Turns Judge," an
Interesting Broncho.
6?"Their Parents," a charming
comedy, featuring Jane Gall and
Matt Moore.
TREADWELL, Sept. 20.?The date
of the ladies' gym class meets has
been changed from Friday of each
week to Wednesdays.
Al Forsberg, C. E. Peters and E. L.
Peters, who have spent the past two
months visiting in the States, return
ed Saturday on the Spokane.
The family of L. Wernecke arrived
on the Spokane Saturday and havo
taken cottage 761 at The Pines. Mr.
Wernecke is employed as a draughts
man at the Treadwell ofllce.
TREADWELL MAN TRAVELS
LONG WAY IN A YEAR
TREADWELL, Sept. 20.? G. E.
Hearn arrived in Treadwell on the
Alkl after a year's absence spent al- '
most entirely in travel. Mr. Hearn
left here Just a year ago for San
Francisco where he enlisted in the
15th U. S. Infantry and was shipped
with his regiment to the Philippines
where he spent eight months, during
which time ho was in nearly all of
the islands. He bought his discharge
from the army and left San Francis
co about two weeks ago for Alaska.
JACK KILLEEN LEAVES
TREADWELL, Sept. 20.? "Jack"
Killeen, who pitched for the Tread
well baseball club during the past
season, left for San Francisco on the
Standard Oil tanker Lansing. He is
working his passage.
Killeen came to Treadwell last
May from British Columbia. Ho did
not strike his gait until lato in the
season.
MUGFORD LOSES FINGERS.
TREADWELL. Sept. 20?Edward S.
Mugford, an amalgamator at the
Mexican mill, lost two Angers of his
left hand while engaged In putting In
a new stem. The stem fell, catching
his fingers and crushing them. He
was treated at SL Ann hospital.
JEFFERSON ARRIVES.
Arriving from the south last night
at nine o'clock the JefTerson brought
the following passengers for Juneau:
Mrs. C. G. Cragg, H. D. Jones. Mrs.
Jones, Ed Norton. Mrs. J. S. Morgan.
Jay Todd, A. Chrissages, H. G. Wind
sor, O A. Horkanon, W. C. Balrd and
F. J. Cox.
Advance booking for the Jefferson's
return trip leaving here tomorrow In
clude J L. Carlson, Walter Faust,
Raymond Anderson, C. J. Alexander,
William Sicoert and wife, J. E. Heg
aas and wife, R. E. Douglas and wife,
J. R. Thompson, F. W. Coudy, the
Rev. J. H. Condit, Mrs. J. McKanna,
J. Renne and A. X. Anderson
Admiral Evans Arrives.
Passengers for Juneau who arrived
on the Admiral Evans yesterday in
cluded Gus Studebaker and wife. Miss
Rena Perin. Beatrice Watts, Mrs. K.
Watts. Miss Ellen Anderson, A. H.
Humpherles and wife, P. Poulson, T.
Brown, Robert Scott, John Anderson.
S. Larsen, K. Wlding and P. J. McDon
ald.
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. 9-17-3t.
WATCH FOR THE
Nurse Girl at
Guy's Drug Store;
She will arrive soon;
Opposite P. O.. Douglas.
'Phone 206. Mild oyster cocktails.
MILLINERY
You will be proud aa a peacock if you buy
your HATS of Mra. E. Sherman. She
frankly telli you what atyle la beoominc.
Her Stjrlei Are Right Up to The Minute
Mrs. |L Sherman
131 Front St., Juneau. Phone 264
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* Personal Mention +
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Mrs. P. E. Jackson and children will
arrive from Portland on the Humboldt.
The Misses Cecelia and Mary Mc
Laughlin aro returning home from Se
attle this week.
J. A. Herbert the well known coal
mining man of Homer, Alaska, re
turned on the Admiral Evans yester
day and passed through Juneau on his
way to the mine. Mr. Herbert is the
owner of the mlnieB which produce
coal now on the market at Valdcz and
Goldstein's Emporium
;. -v:. r::---zzzsa?
he Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes and Emery Shirts
Seward, and states that he expects
to have a good Beason this winter.
Mrs. C. G. Cragg, returned on the
Jofforson from Portland, whore she
had accompanied her during Mrs.
A. D. Prico who has just entered tho
Portland Hospital Training School for
nursos.
Mrs. Albert Berry, wife of Albert
Berry of the Arts and Crafts Shop,
returned on tho Spokane after an ex
tended stay in tho East. Mrs. Berry
will soon reopen her needlework shop,
known as The Vogue.
Dr. L. B. Collier, a prominent den
tist of Seattle, is a round trip passen
ger on tho Admiral Evans and was In
Juneau a few hours yesterday.
Fred J. Cox, of tho Western Dry
goods Co., is at the Alaskan.
Fred J. Wettrick loft Saturday for
Haines, near where ho will make a
survey this week.
Miss Ellon Anderson, formerly con
nected with Tho Fashion, returned
yesterday after a short visit to Se
attle.
Iron and brass beds, all sizes, from
$3.25 to $20.25. This is the working
man's house.
F. W. O'DONNELL
Alaska Furniture Co. 9-20-tf
'Phono 206. Mild oyster cocktails.
Bargains-Bargains
MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY
ONLY!
In order to dispose of some of our surplus stock of
graniteware and tinware quickly, we are offer
ing a large number of articles at unprecedented
bargains.
Stew Pans
1 Gallon and Yz Gallon granite
?tew pane, formerly eold at
50c. For this sale only 25c
Preserving Kettles
1 Gallon and y2 Gallon granite
perserving kettles, formerly
sold at 50c. For this sale
only 25c
Granite Pails
A limited number of granite
palls, formerly sold at 50c.
For this sale only 25c. i
1
Granite Strainers
A few granite strainers, former
ly told at 50c. For this sale
only 25c.
Many Other Articles Used Daily
By the Housewife
At similar reductions. Goods all new and in first
class condition.
GENUINE BARGAINS
Don't miss this tale, because we are selling something you want at
a price that will save you half its cost.
JULIUS JENSEN
HARDWARE AND FURNITURE STORE
POUGLAS, ALASKA
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Juige Jennings has called a special
term of court to conccne in Juneau
October 20. Several cases will be
brought up at that time, though as
yet no definite calendar has been
made.
An order was Issued today by U.
S. Commissioner J. B. Marshall, re* ,
voklng tho letters of administration j
recently granted to Constant Pelle
grini and H. B. LeFcvrc In connection ;
with the estato of Dlacomo Brombino.
Tho order was Issued on account of
"lack of jurisdiction of the court"
John J. Penglnse has sold to the
First Territorial Bank of Douglas the ^
north half of Lot 2, Block 23, of 1
Douglas. Tho property in question .
measures 50 x 100 feet and faces on
Third street.
E. T. Lindner has filed notice of
claim of a lot measuring 220 feet
along the beach bolow the government
road to Salmon Creek.
C. M. Jorgenson has claimed for
residence purposes a lot adjoining the
northeast corner of the cemetery.
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NORTH BOUND.
Tho Admiral Evans arrived yester
day from Seattle.
The JefTerson arrived from the
South last night.
The Paraiso arrived from the
South today.
Tho Princess Sophia is due from
Vancouver tomorrow.
The Alliance arrived last night from
the South.
Tho Humboldt is due from Soattle
Tuesday.
SOUTH BOUND.
Tho Spokane was scheduled to sail
south this afternoon.
The Admiral Farragut will sail
south tonight.
The Northwestern is duo south
bound Wednesday.
Tho Georgia will sail for Sitka
Tuesday.
The St. Nicholas will sail for Ten
lkco tomorrow morning.
WE HAVE SOMETHING TO TELL I
YOU, MR. CANDY USER.
Do you know that right in Seattle L
have the the best candy makers
>n the Pacific Coast?The Imperial
Sandy Co., who make the Society, Al
jonquin Chocolates and Augustine A
Kyer, who make the most delicious
Victoria Chocolate and Butter Crisp
:hat are unequalled anywhere. These
Indies are rich in chocolate and fia- ?
/or and above else are always FRESH -
?We guarantee every box that comes
'rom the JUNEAU DRUG CO. We
Jellver anywhere and at any time.
Phone 250. (9-20-lt
Genuine $14 felt mattress, specially
>riced, $8.25. -
F. W. O'DONNELL 4
Alaska Furniture Co. 9-20-tf J j
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DR. FANNIE WAITE 3
Eyesight specialist?Valentine Block. <i
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An "ad" In The Empire reaches ev- J
jrybody. 3
VtcKINNON LOSES
MATANUSKA COAL CLAIM
Henry McKinnon has received
through the local land office notice of
die final rejection of his application
lor patent to coal claims in the Mat
muska field. The rejection is based
ipon McKinnon's failure to flic his
ippllcation within the time specified
>y law.
MILLER IMPROVES.
Matt Miller who was shot while
attempting to escape from the U. S.
Marshal at Tenakee Friday, is rapidly
Improving in St. Ann's hospital and
Is able to walk around today.
Empire ads reacn moat rcadors.
It's no secret, the smart
men about town are all
wearing Benjamin Clothes.
j pp the p p
ROYAL GRILL
A First Class Restaurant
When In Dougl&R take your meals
with us. We servo the best of
every thing the market affords.
Open All Hours
DOUGLAS ? ? ? ALASKA
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wcucnes, wamunas
Jewelry, Silverware
i.j.snariCK^
Jeweler and "
Optician
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 Co.
174 Front St.
Donglas Fish 8 Ice Co,
ORDERS TAKEN 8 DELIVERED
City Wharf Phone 407
CARLONE & MARZIK
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Tailor
Have just received 2000 Sampler of
Fall and Winter Goods
ST. AtTO A?. Phono 70 DOCGLAL
L. G Thomas Mori F. Thomas X
Alaska Furniture 8 Undertaking T
Co., Inc. t
Funeral Directors & tmbafmers %

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