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? ? i ? ALASKA DAILY EMPIRE ? : ? Douglas Branch ? i ? M. A. SNOW. Manager ? 1 ? ? *???+?????+??????1 % NOTICE. S Regular meeting Gaatlneau Lodge. No. 124, will be held at Odd Fellows' hall. Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. Sept. 28. 1915. M. M. degree. Every member requested to be present. Vis iting brothers cordially Invited. 9 27 2t JAS. DANIELS. Sec'y. DOUGLAS, Sept. 27?Dr. A. R. Sar geant and family returned on the Dolphin from a vacation of six weeks spent in Oregon. The Ladles' Auxiliary of the Alaska Catholic Club will give one of their card socials at the club hall tomor row evening. The Ladies' League of the Congre gational church will hold their annual bazaar in the church on November 4th and 5th. Charles Wortman. who left In com pany with Dick McCormlck for the San Francisco Exposition about a month ago. returned on the Dolphin. MUNICIPAL COURT HAS A BUSY DAY DOUGLAS, Sept. 27.?After waiting the legal period of time for William Bradley to appear in the municipal -1 ?urt to answer a charge or assault fudge Hubbard last Saturday after 5oca declared tho $50 ball money as forfeited to the city treasury. Bradley was accused of striking Honors Ornstoin, known as "Diamond Tooth," during an altercation outsldo the Silver Grill in Douglas. Miss Ornsteln was fined $25 on a counter-charge of using obscene lang uage. r ? ? ? o AN INVITATION. v This is to announce to the public, r ?and that means cverbody?that 1 will have tho formal opening of my ' new drug store Wednesday, this week. 8 I want the people to come and in- t spect a drug store that is an ideal ( one to handle their drug wants and prescriptions in as careful and pro fessnonal a manner as they expect 1 their physician to caro for them in case of sickness. i Pharmacy is my profession and I , have made special effort toward a store that will be professional as well. ~ I am proud of it and will take pleas- ' ure in showing you over it Wednes- ( day afternoon and evening, at Guy's Drug Store. Guy L. Smith. Prop., op- \ posite P. O. Douglas. Music and sou venirs. 9-27-tf. COBLENTZ A BENEDICT | DOUGLAS. Sept. 27.?Benamin Cob lentz, known at Tread well as "Dub" Coblentz. is now married, the wed ding having taken place at Tacoma last week. The bride is Miss Marie ILaGasa, who was a stndent of the Tacoma High School when Mr. Cob lentz was In school. The Tacoma Ledger of September 19 contained a handsome picture of the bride-elect, and said: Miss Marie LaGasa. whose marriage to Benjamin Carlton Coblentz will take place soon, is being much en tertained by her girl friends at pre nuptial parties. Among those who have entertained recently are the Misses Josephine McHugh, Agnes Ad ams, Lucile O'Brien. Next week Mrs. William Falrman will entertain in her honor. RUBBER GOODS WEEK. An educational exhibit demonsratlng the many uses tor rubber goods in the home and introducing our full line of Fanltless "Wear-ever" rubber goods at attractive for fine quality. Com pare prices and examine the goods. These aro all guaranteed. Elmer E. Smith. The Front St Druggist ? (9 27 3t) ? Ifour-reel feature at lyric theatre ; DOUGLAS. Sept. 27. ? "Ivanhoe, Sir Walter Scott's masterpiece, will i be the feature at the Lyric theatre to- , night The production is in four reels ( and is said to be one of tho greatest pictures ever staged. "The Paper Doll" Is an Interesting j little playlet and the show will con clude with a comedy entitled "Too s Much Marrying." The same show will be run tomor row night ??? . TREADWELL. Sept 27. ? John j Shields, of Grand Rapids, Michigan, | is visiting with the family of Andrew , Murphy at Treadwell. The basketball teams are practicing , on a regular schedule, and preparing for the coming season, which opens on October 11th at the Douglas nata torium. , bring deer. Returning from a three-days' hunt ing trip this morning J. B. Marshall, W. H. Case and F. A. Case brought to town six large deer as trophies. ; "JITNEY SALE" j Another big "Jitney Sale" Thursday, c Friday and Saturday at BRITT'S t PHARMACY. "The Rexall Store." ? t (9 27 tf) , o.e.s. j Regular meeting of Juneau Chapt er, No. 7, O. E. S.. at Odd Fellows' a ball. Tuesday. September 28 at 8:30 p. m.. September 28 at 8:30 o'clock. Initiation and refreshments. 8 ALETA DANIELS. Sec'y. v a three words to the wise? h C "PHONE JUNEAU DRUG." p A volume of convenience for you In < these words. They mean the best ? equipped drug store In Juneau at ' your call. They mean the Best Ser- < vice. Highest Quality Goods, Popular , Prices and Modern Methods of Bus- 4 Iness brought to your door. < So, when you need a drug store, 4 just phone 250. We will send a mes- < ?enger to get your order or prescrlp- 4 lion. We disregard distance. No or- < der is too large or too small for us; * no drug too rare, no task too dlffi- < cult. Many of your neighbors phone 3 Juneau Drug Co. for their daily drug < store needs. You are invited to do 31 likewise. Free, immediate delivery. 9 27 2t < m ? ?? < THE NURSE GIRL IS HERE? 31 She stands for CLEALINESS and PURITY; <! You will always find her at SUY'S DRUG STORE, opposite P. O., Douglas. 4| <i ' til THE GARDENGLO PREPARATIONS IGardenglo Extract $2 per oz. J! Gardenglo Talcum, $75c Gardenglo Toilet Water, $1.00, | 3> and $2.50 per bottle Gardenglo Face Powder, $2.00 4 per box. Quality 4! Goods ? for 3! Quality People. 4 3; ? JUNEAU DRUG CO. Opp. Alaskan Hotel, Phone 250 43 ? > 4 + rRAVELERS VOTE TO TEMPORARILY EORMjiOCIETY Alaska commercial travelers, rop osenting the largest Alaska-shippers f Puget Sound, yCBtorday launched .?hat may become a permanent trav lingmcn's fraternity. At a moetlng n the parlor of the Gastlneau Hotel, k temporary organization was form al. Oak Olson, one of tho vetorans if tho grip in the North, wleldod the ;avel as chairman and E. J. McKan m was secretary. As practically all of the salesmen vho "cover" tho Northern torritory neet in Seattlo at tho close of each rear, for conferences with tho sales nanagcrs of their companies, it was leclded to delay further action on 'ormlng a permanent organization for :he advancement of the interests of the travelers, nntll December 28, whon \ moetlng will he held in the Frye Hotel, Seattle. It Is expected thaf at least fifty of the Alaskan salesmen will be present at the conference at that time. A luncheon will be follow ed by a business session. Mr. Olson will be chairman. The traveling men present at yes terday's meeting discussed the advis ability of organizing, from every an gle. and arguments pointing out tho advantages of an organization were advanced. Tho sentiment of the meet ing favored a permanent organization. Among those present woro Oak Olson, H. L. Morris, Robert L. Fordney, J. F. Chamberlin, J. J. Meherln, Jack Kissel, Oscar Hart, Sid Jacobs. E. R. Cosgrove, Fred E. Parsons, George B. Smith, R. E. Murphy, Dave Terwil liger, Cliff Schonacker and E. J. Mc Kanno. Manager Glen Bartlett, of the hotel, sent up a complimentary box of cigars. COURT JURIES ARESELECTED Grand and petit Jurors to serve here at the term of court beginning October 20 were drawn by Jury Com missioner E. W. Pettlt in the pres ence of Federal officials this morn ing, and are as follows: Grand Jury. Juneau: R. G. Day, E. R. Jaeger, F. J. Corey, W. P. Lass, A. A. Hum rrey. A. W. Eikland, L. B. Adslt, C. H. Passells, William Dickinson, D. W. Fales. B. L. Moon, Grafton Cole nan, E. P. Pond. Gunnar Biomgrcn, 3. Fagerson, W. W. Casey. Haines: John Leslie, B. A. Barnette. Tread well: J. N. Stoody, C. G. Mc Kinnon. J. I. Klncaid. Douglas?Paul Bloedhorn, E. Loom is. Petit Jury. Juneau?Wallis George. W. $. Wills, H. T. Tripp, E. D. Beattie, J. A. Sloan. J. V. Davis, J. Miller, H. Held >rn. Frank Carroll, J. H. Gilpatrick, Pat Riley, George Burford, John T. ? Splckett. Russell Casoy, R. H. Brelst ine, Clark Smith, A. W. Clare, R. E. Murphy. Skagway: S. H. Yoemans. Douglas: W. Kllburn, B. R. Lei vers. Treadwell: George Bcare. EL A. At cinson. Sitka: Charles Haley. HOGAN ARRESTED. ??? On a complaint sworn out by Mrs. 1 Bertha Hogan Saturday night, James 1 iogan, her husband, from whom she 1 s separated, was arrested on the 1 barge of assault and battery. The natter will come up for hearing be ore Magistrate Pettlt on Thursday 1 norning. The defendant will be rep esented by Jchn Rustgard and the 1 ity by Simon Hellenthal. , t , i Modish street hats, for ladles, $1.50 ' ind up. Model, Mrs. A. Winn. tf 1 Seventy-Six Iron single beds with prings, regular $8.50 value, all this I veek for $4.75 each. They are suit- c ible for an Institution, hotel, rooming ; louse, camp or private home. F. W. ( VDONNELL, Alaska Furniture Co.,! t hone 152. 9 27 2t I MILUNERY Yon will bo proud a* > peacock If you buy your HATS of Mrs. E. Sherman. Sho frankly tells yon what style la becoming. Her Styles Are Right Up to The Minute Mrs; E. Sherman 131 Front St., Juneau. Phone 264 NEVER "OUTSIDE" BUT GOING NOW For the first time 1n his life a 36 yettold sou-of Juneau will sco the United States. Dan Kennedy, who was born here just 36 years ago, and wlio has travelled all over the Terri tory of Alaska, decided a few weeks ago to take a trip to the San Fran cisco exposition. He left today on the Dolphin. Mr. Kennedy Is a son of Dan Ken aedy, Sr., who for thirty years before lis death was night watchman here. Mr. Kennody's mother resides at Sit ta and is there at present. His three ! brothers, James, George and John are at present in Alaska. Mr. Kennedy nxpects to be south a couple of nonths. The schools are open. Did your >oy or girl get a fountain pen? You ian get the'"Genulne Waterman Ideal" ? any point ? at $2.50?Guaranteed. Set them in the habit of using a foun :ain pen NOW. Juneau Drug Co., op loslte Alaskan Hotel. 9 27 2t *+++***++*+*++++ 4 * + COURTHOUSE NOTES * + 4 444444444444444444 Maltby Is Counsel. In the ease of Maria Llndskog vs. Nils Llndskog, In which divorce pro ceedings were begun several weeks ago, notice has been fllcd that A. E. Maltby has been substituted for John Rustgard as the plaintiff's attorney. License Cases. In the case ot the Territory of Al aska vs. the Hoonah Packing Com pany, a demurrer has been filed by the attorney for the Territory, J. H. Cobb, on the ground that "it affirma tively appears from the amended ans wer of the defendant that it did oper ate the eleven traps, as charged, and took fish therein." Suit was brought in this matter to secure the payment of license tax for fish traps under the law passed by the recent Legislature. The defendant claims that it does not operate fish traps except in connect ion with its cannery, and that it does not sell fish except in cans, claiming therefore, that it is not affected by the law requiring a license fee for the operation of traps. It was stated this morning by J. H. Cobb, attorney for the Territory of Alaska in the caso of the Territory against the Pacific Fisheries Com pany, that an effort will be mado by the plaintiff to recover'penalties for expenses Involved in establishing the proof of Its charge that the defendant company is operating fish traps. Mr. Cobb stated that the case would prob ably come up for trial at the October term of Court. Cobb Warns Packers. Notices liavo been sent out by J. ; II. Cobb as attorney for the Terri tory, to nil fish packers in tho Terri tory, informing them that license taxes arc due. "There are about three hundred of those companies," said Mr. Cobb this morning, "and we expect that there will be a test case which will try out the validity of the law." Alex M. Dutterbaugh has filed no tice of the location of six lode claims on Holcombe Bay. Sumdum district. P. W. O'Donnell has appealed from Commissioner Marshall's judgment in favor of C. B. Lockhart, for $200 and costs. Lockhart had sued O'Don nell, alleging that tho amount was due him for wages. SAVE YOUR TEETH Ask for A. O. S. Percdixo Tooth Paste when you buy next time, t neutralizes the acid in your mouth and is pleasant to the taste. It leaves your teeth white, and your gums heal thy. It is the best tooth paste made? 25c per tube. We do not hesitate to recommend It against any other tooth paste on the market. JUNEAU DRUG CO., opp. Alaskan hotel, phone 250.? 9 27 2t. W. C. LEAK HERE. W. C. Leak and wife arrived from the north on the Dolphin this morning and are registered at the New Cain Hotel. Mr. Leak, who Is one of the old tim ers in Alaska, is associated with Clar ence Berry in working a largo block ef dredging ground in the Birch creek district. Berry and Leak are the ewners of the only dredge operating in the district and are working on Mammoth creek near the mouth of Mastodon. Mr. Berry also owns con liderable ground on Eagle creek on :he other side of the divide from Mas odon. -r ? ?? 11 - - rhe Sweetest Story Ever Told:? Whitman's Candies Just Arrived. 3utler, Mauro Drug Co., 96 First St., 3ne door north Alaskan Hotel. Free lellvery, phone 134. 9 27 1 If you want to know, "ask Bartlctt" Ladles, before buying, see the classy iats at the Model, Mrs. A. Winn, tf " DR. FANNIE WAITE Jyesight specialist?Valentine Block. Seek and you will find cont ort. service and style in Our IAN AN SHOES. B. M. BEHRENDS. Classified Advertisements (TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.) FOR SALE ? Columbia Grafonola. Double cylinder machine, as good as new. A nice selection of 65 double records, record case and extra repro ducer. WILL SELL CHEAP. 128 Front street. 9 27 tf FOR SALE ? Cigar tobacco and fruit store; good location. Why work for someone else, when you can make good wages working for yourself with a small capital? THIS MEANS YOU. Add. "C" Empire. 9 27 tf FOR RENT? Five room furnished house, apply 307 Goldstein Bldg. ? (9 27 tf) FOR SALE?Fine solid oak library table, $15. Inquire at Guy's Drug Store. THREE NEW CITIZENS. Citienship in the United States was granted today to Nils G. Husvig and Ingvard Larsci, both natives of Nor way, and to Axel Tacodor Soderstrom, a native of Sweden. f f THE *f ROYAL GRILL A First Class Restaurant When in Douglas take your meals with us. We servo the best of every thing the market affords. Open All Hours D0UGLA8 ? ? ? ALASKA Watches, Diamonds Jewelry, Silverware I.J. Sharick^ Jeweler tad Optlciea A few good Buys Juneau Realty Co. Saloon for sale. Cigar stand. Rooming house. Furnished apts. for rent. Houses for rent. Partner wanted for small bus iness. 174 FRONT ST. Douglas Fisti 8 Ice Co, ORDERS TAKEN 3 DBL1VERED City Wharf 51. Phone 407 CARLONE & MARZIK Ladies' and Gentlemen's Tailor Have jutl received 2000 Samplei of Fall and Winter Good} ST. ARRAY. Pbone 70 DOCGLAL PROFESSIONAL. Away on Vacation Will Return I about Oct. 1 Robert Simpson Optometrist and Optician Wiliiam Pailister, M. D., Specialist Is the treatment of d insane and defarmlttee at the eye asd ear. noaaand throat Office*. Fourth Floor. Goldstein Building Office Phone 120. Glauses Fitted. ++??+???????????? ? OR. LEONARD P. DAWES ? ? Surgeon and Physician + ? Office First Nat. Bk. BIdg. + ? Hoars 10 to 12 m; 1 to 4 ? ? and 7 to 9 p. m. + ? Phone 2602; Res. 2603 + ?> + ??? + ? + ???????? iDr. E. H. Kaser | "DENTIST | ! I 1 and 3 Goldstein Building I i i Phone 56. X + Hours. 9a.rn.to9p.rn. ? MISS ALBRECHT OSTEOPATH Swedish Massage. Medical Gymnastics. Ex pert treatment given In all cases requiring massage, diet and mechanical therapeutics. Rooms 119-121 Goldstein Building. Phone 282 Hours 1 to 5 p. m. and by appointment MRS. A. 0. QROVE Red Cross Graduate Nuree Surgical Medical Obstertlral Cases cared for at your home. 136 E. 6th St., Phone 1405 4 ? 4 4 - 4 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 1+ DR. G. C. MAULE Dentist Third St, Douglas, Alaska 4 4 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 i < "Triple O" ? Douglas Piano Tuner GEORGE ANDERSON. Expert. Twenty yean experience. Factory representative for ( Hi*h Grade Pianoe and Player Pianoa. Address Box 991. Phone 143. It Costs No More to eat where everything is clean and sanitary. if you feel you are not a judge of sanitary conditions, ask Uncle Sam?he knows; or THE WHITE LUNCH We are in a class by ourselves CLEAN AND SANITARY 122 FRONT STREET | _ 4 Augustine & Kyer's Chocolates still remain the "King of All" candies. You can't beat them. If you have not tasted them?try a box on our recom mendation. Juneau Drug Co., phone 250. ' 9 27 2t R Apr A IMC In Silks, Messalines Or^flvJr^ll & Ladies Underwear FOR TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY ONLY Silk Dress Goods One lot of silk dress goods, 36 inches wide, in all the latest shades, suitable for evening dresses and dinner gowus. Regular $1.50 value? Tuesday and Wed- QP* nesday, ONLY 0*3C Silk Messalines One lot of silk messalines, very fine quality, 25 inches wide; all the latest shades. Regular $1.50 value? Tuesday and Wed- r* nesday, ONLY / OC Ladies Underwear One lot of "Duchess" brand ladies' un ? derwear; a new line, to introduce? REGULAR $2.50 VALUE $2.00 REGULAR 2.00 VALUE.... 1.45 REGULAR 1.00 VALUE 65 FOR TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY ONLY Ladie s Hat One Lady's Hat, very fine quality, trimmed to suit purchasers taste. Genuine $18.00 value; to the first lady who offers to buy it? Tuesday and Wed- d> 1 A AA nesday, ONLY $ 1 U.UU EVERY ONEOf THESE ARTICLES AREOFFERED AT A GENUINE BARGAIN. DON'T FAIL TO SEETHEM i MRS JOHN MARKKANFN The Gage Millinery I ST. ANN'S AVENUE, DOUGLAS ? LAMES'SHOES! [MEN'S SHOES! jl CHILDREN SHOES! __ _ J* ????????? THE TIME IS HERE when yon should look to supply yourself in dependable footwear for the approaching winter season Never before were we prepared to take better care of you than at the present time. Oar reputation for FITTING YOU PROPERLY is well known. Quality is es- j jt ] sentiai in rootwear, hence our mono: lioi now cheap, hut how good." The following makers sup ply us with the best shoes the market affords: i Nettleton and Bostonians Cousins and Utz and Dunns FOR MEN FOR WOMEN I Mrs. Kings FOR CHILDREN These names are a guarantee to you and we back tnem. Get fitted now. WE HAVE YOUR SIZE Goldstein's mporium he Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes and Emery Shirts j CITY BAR | :: r=i docglas r=n :: < > < ? O O < * Phone Orders Promptly \ \ o Attended to o <? < > <> i> i: PHONE 5-4 \\ o <? ??????????????????????????