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'FARMER" GOSS, OF JUNEAU, DEPORTED SKAGWAY. Sept. 26. ? "Farmer" 3oss, well known In Juneau and Skag way. and who about two years ago was arrested hero for selling liquor :o Indians and upon being released on 1300 cash bonds jumped his bail and went across the line to Whitchorse, Is again in our midst. Shortly after reaching Whitchorse he became en angled it. a similar scrape to the one in which he was engaged in here and iv.is sentenced to a years' imprison-, nent, which he only recently complet-1 ed. He camo over to Skagway on tho special train on Sunday and was ar rested here by Immigration Inspector Durkee and is being held for deporta tion to Victoria. B. C., ho being either a Canadian or an Englishman and that being the point he last hailed from before coming north. He has been sent south. ABBEY SAYS NENANA IS VALUABLE FIELD Among the arrivals on the Mariposa from the Westward yesterday were Woodbury Abbey. United States sur veyor, and B. C. Qucrin, U. S. transit < roan, both of whom have been snr- ' vcying in the Nenana coal fields. Ow- ? ing to several unexpected difficulties which were encountered the men wore unable to finish their work and are going outside to carry on other work until such time as they can be able to resume tho surveys in the North. Mr. Abbey reports that the Nenana coal is of very high grade and that little difficulty will be encountered in mining It and as soon as transpor t ation is available he looks for tho district to bo an important factor In Alaskan industries. TROUBLE ENSUES OVER DOUGLAS ISLAND CLAIMS Some tome within the next two weeks a hearing will be had in the , local land olfice on a protest filed by George Perry of Juneau against the claims of Dr. Weyerhorst of Douglas in regard to a group of mining proper ties which both parties to tho suit claim to have located. Concerned with seven claims on Douglas island, all of which are locat ed on the beach about where tho Ab ler was grounded, the decision of the land office will determine tho matter of ownership as based upon proof of location and the time of application for patotn. Mr. Perry In protesting Dr. Weyerhorst's claim, alleges that he himself filed on the claims In 1895, and filed an amended location notice ;n 1903. claiming further that be has expended not less thai $15,000 In as sessment work done on the proper ties. The complaint charges that Dr. Weyerhorst appropriated tho claims and applied for a patent In 1913. NEW PLACER STRIKE ? A new placer strike is reported to have been made on the Hodonza riv er. which enters the Yukon nearly op posite the mouth of Birch. The find was made on Trout creek but the 'Tround has not been sufficiently pros pected to demonstrate the extent of tho pay. The discoverers report tak ing out three ounces of gold from tho bottom of their first hole.? (Nome Nugget.) JENSEN INJURED. . HAINES?Jesse Jensen had a pain ful accident to his hand last Sunday while assisting In the pile driving work on the town wharf, getting his hand cought on tho "nigger head," which tore the flesh from three fln gers. DONT rorget the Names? OLTS & CILPATRICK. Contractors Concreto or frame construction. (5-17-tf.l THE NEW CAIN] | ' " HARRY F. CAIN, Prop, aad Mgr. f ELEGANCE, QUIET, REFINEMENT, Fnre-story. reinforced concrete building. < ? with all outride rooms, thoroughly heated. , > ELEVATOR SERVICE, Famous foe people who want the very best at n o moderate tariff. DINING ROOM AND SERVICE UNSURPASSED. We are now making \ I ray attractive rates (or winter guests. < > ? I HIT THE TRAIL !! FOR THE EAST ; via the :: i MILWAUKEE I <? I o The New Short Line and the Alaskan's Favorite <? X All-steel Trains and a Top-Notch Service where you'll be among <; friends from start to finish. ? ? O O 4 ? ======================================= i ? J FOR INFORMATION AND LITERATURE. WRITE OR ASK JI ? WILLIS E. NOWELL, E. E. SMITH, ? 4, Ag*ol. Jucm Aftm. Do.gin 4 . A. E. HARRIS, Trav.'Pass. Agt., Juneau | CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL RY. | ? 1 ? I If You're Looking for the TUE P A OTTOE A T7 I Best Hotel. You're Looking for 1 Hfa | Hot and cold water, phono, large clothes closets each room. Just ( around the corner from every place of Importance. ! 11111! 111111111111111111; | THE KINYON'S J ?? Confections, Lunches, Peanuts ?? I! and crisp, buttered pop-corn and ** Hot Drinks I! 121 SEWARD ST. " Next Dream Theatre ?? II I 1 II i 1 1 HI 1 1 ill I 111 1 I 11 1 Let The "Empire" Do It! An item of news which gives you pleasure in the telling, can be told more effectively, more accurately, and to a larger number of friends by the local newspaper?Let The Empire tell the stoi-y. The business story, the story of bargains, of spe cial offerings, and the reasons therefor, always bring a speedy response if based on facts, and the spirit of the story is adhered to conscientiously?Tell your story and tell it truthfully to the readers of The Empire, and you'U get results. For stationery, booklets, circulars or just printing, our Job Department is equipped to give you just what you want at the time you want it. The Empire is putting forth its efforts night and day, toward the upbuilding of the city of Juneau and the de veloping of our natural resources. Concerted effort will get results. Help promote prosperity. * Let The "Empire* Do It! r Cold Weather is Coming |j YOU BETTER COME IN AND LET US FIT YOU TO A NEW MACKINAW OR OVER COAT?-WEHAVEANEWANDCOMPIUETELINI^ GOING TRAVELING? ; WE HAVE A GREAT BIG STOCK OF NEW GRIPS, HAND BAGS AND SUIT CASES AT REASONABLE PRICES. JSLJJRaymon^ The San Francisco DENTAL PARLORS, The Strictly Modem Dental Parlor* SANITARY, LIGHT ! AND COMFORTABLE Promptness, Thoroughness and Des- ' patch In All Our Methods. Prices Moderate. Open Evenings for People ' Who Work. DR. E. J. HALFORD, Propr. , Seward Bldg. Juneau ? ? , DOUBLE RUNAWAY I DID $50 DAMAGE About $50 worth of damage was done yesterday afternoon when a double runaway occurred at 2:30 o'clock. One of the horses bclonlng to Cash ; Colo was severely cut on the right hind leg and the front of tho wagon ] was converted Into a scrap heap, while one of tho plate glass windows of the i C. \V. Young store waB broken and some of tbe goods on display slightly ] damage. The runaway was started by John Reek's delivery horse which , bumped into tho Cole team on Its way 1 down the street Tho smashup oc curred at the corner of Seward and First streets. No one was hurt. The Vole team was tied In front of < tho Rolyat Candy store, where tho I driver was unloading freight when 1 Rock's horse ran by and struck one < of the other horses a glancing blow < and continued down the street. Tho < team took fright and breaking the I tie line dashed on after the other horse. I Both runaways succeeded in rcacn- i Ing Front street without a mishap, and the leading horse turned the corn* i er onto the ferry approach In safety, ] but the Colo team was not bo fortu- 1 nate. The pole of the wagon struck ] the electric light pole in front of the Now York Exchango and tore the ? harness from the gray horse on the left side. The team was somlng so I fast that the Gray fell on his back and slid across the street, sticking his ? foot through the corner window of the Young company's store. The sorrel horse on the right struck the sldo* walk In front of the Juneau Transfer company's office and had his right < hind leg severely cut < The horso that started all the trou- i ble was caught on the ferry dock un hurt. ( ? ? ? 1 CABLE GOE3 DOWN IN HEAVY STORM As the result of the heavy storms which havo been raging to the West ward. the cable between Sitka and i Cordova, taking in Valder, Seward, and other ports, is out of commission today. And owing to the fact that the wireless station at Cordova is being repaired there is today no means of telegrahplc communication be tween Juneau and the Westward points. FOUR BLINKERS FOR DANGEROUS POINTS The United StateB lighthouse ten der Kukui, Capt. William Gregory, left this morning, to install several blinker lights in this vicinity. Bea cons of the acetylene type will be in stalled at the end of the Thane spit, at Marmion Island, at Llttlo Island, and at Low Point. The latter two are in Lynn canal. DANCING CLASSES. Mrs. C. C. Strong's Elks' dancing classes will begin in Elks hall tonight. Dancing will be taught between 8 and 9 o'clock, gollowed by a social dance. WOMAN'S SOCIAL UNION. I The Woman's Social Union of the , Methodist church will meet at the home of Mrs. C. B. Walker at 2 p. m. Friday. All ladles of the church and congregation are cordially invited. ?James Fish of Valdez, and Miss Ina Lelbhart of Juneau, have been granted notaries commissions. Both of these are renewals. Modish street hats, for ladles, $1.50 and up. Model, Mrs. A. Winn. tf Mrs. James Wlckersham of Fair banks, wife of the Delegate to Con-; sress from Alaska, passed through Ju neau yesterday on the Mariposa, on tier way to Tacoma, to await the ar rival of Judge Wlckersham. The lat ter is leaving Fairbanks this week, it is reported, on his way to Washington. Miss Florence Mercer returned to i ler home in Ketchikan today, after a risit with her father, A. C. Mercer, ind sister, Mrs. Robert Porter. ?James Fish of Valdez has received i renewal of notarial commission from he Governor's ocffle. ?Automobile License No. 49 has leen issued by the City of Juneau to t. Bakke and E. P. Wood, who are unnlng an auto service between Ju eau and-Thane. Eighteen-dollar dresser with large ilrror for $13.50. F. W. O'DONNELL. hlaaka Furniture Co., phone 152 ? 30 2t If you want to know, "ask Bartlott" -(9-1-tf.) . | GO TO THE DREAM THEATRE Emission only 5c, 10c and 15c?Five sels of pictures. 9-14-tf People Say To Us "I cannot eat this or that food, it does not agree with me." Our aavice to nil of them is to take a Wa i before and after each.meal. 25c a box. Wm. Sritt, Juneau. Elmsr E. Smith. Douglas. ' M MARINE NOTES + * * t + 4> + + iH'4> + t + + t + + + The Admiral Evans will bo iu port loutbbound, tomorrow afternoon. The Mariposa sailed south yester lay. The damage she sustained dur ng a heavy storm on her way from Cordova, was survoyed here. The Alliance is due Saturday from ho south, on her way to Southwest jrn Alaska. The Al-Ki arrived yesterday, sailed 'or Honnah, and 1h scheduled south bound tonight. The Princess Alice will sail for Vancouver and way ports* tomorrow morning at 7 o'clock. The Qeorgia Is duo back from Sitka Saturday. Tho Humboldt is due Sunday after noon. having loft Seattle at 12 o'clock last night, it was announced today. The Spokane and Jefferson are due tomorrow from Senttlo. Tho City of Scattlo sailed south at 10 o'clock this morning. The Dolphin leaves Seattle again Sunday night The Northwestern is scheduled to leave Seattle Saturday night. Tho yacht Cyprus Is due from Se nttlo today. The Admiral Farragut will arrive from Scattlo at 12 o'clock tonight. SALMON AND OIL ARE TAKEN SOUTH With a cargo consisting of 12,000 :ases of salmon loaded at the Hawk Inlet and Glacier canneries, and 250 barrels of oil from the Alaska Oil & Guano Co. of Klllisnoo, the steamship City of Seattle, Captain Robert D. Mc GIHlvray, steamed south at 10 o'clock this morning. At the request of the government tickets were Issued on the "Seattle" tor Frank Born, D. Munro, W. Ah bofT, G. R. Clark and J. O. Hultbcrg, members of the crow of the burned power schooner Abler, who are on their way to Puget Sound. Other passengers were as follows: Seattle?Susan Logau, Joan Logan, I. H. Thompson, J. W. Bell. Ketchikan: Hans Opsch, H. Goe maro and Miss Florence Mercer. Petersburg?John Zug, Oak Olson, I. R. Kelr, Nels Hersvlg. LADIES' ALTAR SOCIETY. ?'4* ?? The Ladles' Altar Society of the Catholic church will meet at the home pf Mrs. E. Valentine, 526 East 5th St., tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. As matters of Importance will be :llscus8cd, all members arc asked to be present. New line of tooth brushes, 35 to 50c. Hill Drug Co., Stacy H. Reeves, Mgr. HMUMEME!II Ml??? ,? All Longs No Shorts, full Pints full Quarts. KENTUCKY MOONSHINE UlilTHE NEWs TRIANGLE BAR MORRISON'S PLACE ? *<>? + ???* + ??????? ? ? * AMONG THE THEATRES. ? ? ? Mary Pickford j AT THE ORPHEUM THE \ "HOUSE OF GOOD SHOWS" < loathe Dally News, showing tho Al- 1 lien fleet ontorimg the Dardanelles; 4 tho submarines, torpedoes, dread- j naughts and scouting arepolanes?all < lato news. 1 MARY PICKFORD in the "Song of 4 tho Wildwood Flute." ! Francis X. Busbchman iu tho two- i part feature "Tho Voice in the WI1- } dcrness." j The funny cartoon comedy: "Col. 4 Hceza Liar, Dog Fancier." First show J 7:30; second, 8:40. Orphcum prices, 4 10 and 25 cents. * Special show for Saturday night. 4 Beginning Oct. 1st, thero will bo a < special inducement for tho ladles. ??? < EXCELLENT PROGRAM AT THE GRAND TONIGHT. Special Eclair feature, "Tho Puritan Episode," two rc<Sb, a stirring play with Mildred Bright and Bob Frazer. "Beyond the Law," a great Nestor drama. "Hydraulic Mining," an educational picture of modern mining. "Pearl's Soubrcttc," a ticklish Pearl White comedy. ??? HOGAN DIVORCE COMPLAINT WILL BE DISMISSED Attorney John G. Held this morning filed in the Federal court a motion to dismiss the divorce proceeding insti tuted by James Hogan against his wife, Bertha Hogan. The motion is put on the ground that the defendant has not appeared either in person or by council since the filing of the suit, AuguBt 13, and requests that the court enter a judg ment for nonsuit. HOQAN CASE DISMISSED. * ? On a motion of the city attorney, Simon Heilenthal, the case of Bertha Hogan against James Hogan, was this morning dismissed from the mu nicipal court on the ground that the assault with which the defendant is l charged was not committed in a pub lic place and was therefore not a menace to the pubile peace. Hogan was arrested Saturday on a warrant sworn out by his wife, on the charge of assault and battery. HUNTING PARTY BACK FROM PERIL STRAITS ?if? Bringing in a good bag of ducks, and several deer, Charles Goldstein, Isa Goldstein, Marion Goldstein and William M. Pease returned yesterday from a 10-day hunting trip to Peril Straits. The trip was made on the launch Grace E. Mr. ePase, who is a member of the Seattle firm of Turner & Pease, ac companied the Seattle Shrine ofllclals to Juneau two weeks ago, as a mem ber of the official divan of Nile Tem ple. At the close of the ceremonial he went on the hunting trip. He ex pects to return to Seattle on the Jef ferson Saturday night. L. O. O. M. NOTICE. The regular meeting of the Loyal Order of Moose tonight at 8 o'clock. All members aro requested to attend. BUSINESS OF IMPORTANCE. THOS. J. McCAUL, Sec'y. Camp stoves $2.25 special, F. W. O' DONNELL, Aalska Furniture Co., phone 152. 9 30 2t Come in and be crowned with a new FALL STETSON. B. M. BEHRENDS. Rough Dry?55c per doz. Flat Work?50c per doz. THANE STEAM LAUNDRY Phone 175 7-28-tf < ? Eastern, Corn Fed " FresKMeatii _______________ < * . 4 ? 4> Home Killed Chickens *| < ? AND ? ? < ? Fresh Home Made Sausage J \ Brqpy Day . 4 ? 4 ? Independent Market:: JULIUS RHEINMERGER, Prop. 3 [ PHONE 119 o 00 THE ?? MECCA Quality and Service Our fifi Motto fifi DCNBAC DBPOT FOR MECCA FIZZ We Carry Stamps Open Uoail 12 p. m. A. P. Ex., Photos, c cfc"?E Wholesale 8 Recall. Alt loircoUrSample, 2 for S centa. 26 cent* per doe^n 10 centa each. 4 for 26 centa. 20 for $1.00 ENLARGEMENT MADE FROM ALLV1EWS ALASKA POSTAL BXCHAWGB, 227 Seward Auto For Hire SEVEN PASSENGER CARS TRIPS TO GLACIER Day Phone 260 Night Phone 1306 J. M. OUSBY. ??mm?mm Teacher of Dunning Special Attention given to Syrtem Technique Mrs. Sigurd J. E. Wallstcdt Teacher of Piano Pupil of Rubenetien'i School 316 Cold ctrert of Technique Junr.u Nu Bone Corset I _ Miss and Mrs S. Zenger ? i JONEAU CORSETIBR.ES 1 Fitting In your own home. A perfect fit H is guaranteed. For appointments Fhone I 136. Address 283 Main Street. ?> W MADE IN JUNEAU Concrete Dry and Watertight Floor* and Cel lar*. Concrete plain and ornamental Walls and Fences. Concrete ribbed or travel finish ed Sidewalks and Steps. All work guaranteed. ESTIMATES AND PLANS FREE. H. D. BOURCY, Pox 3?4 Contractor Ih| McKannaTransfer 'freight?coal?baggage SADDLE HORSES FOR RENT Lis!lit *bJ Heavy Hauling of all Kiida Offlcg 127-129 Front 3t. phone 55 The Last I Word in I HATSij The Style Note in ? Stetson Fall Hats "m* A ND now again the approaching Autumn hints crisply?"Felt Hat!" ("ome see the new Fall Hats? Stetsons?Soft Hats, regular Der bies, Self-conforming Derbies. Men in the know show a de cided liking for Derbies and the more formal effects in Soft Hats, such as the Pearl Gray with Black band. In the matter of block, crowns are rather more tapering than heretofore?there is considerable emphasis on the curl of the brim, and a dip both front and back, or front only. ALASKA TREADWELL | GOLD MINING COMPANY Mercantile Dept. OF COURSE .