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V ALASKA DAILY EMPIRE ?
? Douglas Branch ? ? M. A. SNOW, Manager ? ? ? DOUGLAS, Oct 1.?The Al-Ki sailed south at 2 o'clock this morning with the following named passengers: Mrs. Matt Halm, who goes to Victoria to visit her daughter; Mrs. John Hen son. for Port Angeles, to spend fi. few weeks with Fred Henson and fam ily and Oliver Opstead, for Seattle. The Finnish Temperance Society will give a masquerade ball tomorrow night at the Douglas Island Labor Union hall. Admission will be 50c. and good music will be furlshod. Word has been received from A. Williamson, who left for the States to consult a specialist about four months ago. stating that he has^near ly recovered and will return shortly. Ed Armstrong returned on the Al Rt last night from Hoonah. where he was left by the Lityua-bound party on the Iona. Mr. Armstrong was suf fering from an attack of stomach trou ble and returned for medical attend ance. Rudolph Blahut, Ed McCormlck and Hugh McRae returned from Warm. Springs Bay on the gas boat Tilla cum this morning. * Ladies of Douglas: Look In the Or pheum window, it will initerest you and will Interest the Orpheum. 1-1 m BIG CROWD AT GUY'S DRUG STORE OPENING DOUGLAS. Olt. 1. ? Guy's Drug Store last night was the scene of a brilliant spectacle on fhe occasion of the formal opening. - Nearly all tho people of Douglas and Treadwell were visitors at the store some time during the afternoon or evening. Every lady was given a Kewpie Kandy Bank as a souvenir, and cigars were presented to tho men. . Music was furnished by Ed Sparl ing, who played all the latest popu selectlons. Four clerks were in at tendance and were kept busy until closing time at 11 o'clock. ~w TREADWELL, Oct 1.?A small Are in one of the transformer houses caused the electric current to be shut off all over the works for about 10 minutes at 7 o'clock this morning. Very slight damage \ias done by the firo. Hugo Anderson, who has been ab sent In the States for the past four months, returned on the Admiral Far ragnt this morning. George Smith, engineer at the "700if compressor room, will leave for San Francisco on the Jefferson. He will spend a couple of months seeing the Fair. TREADWELL BAND CAR&IVAL WAS FINANCIAL SUCCESS ?*? TREADWELL, Oct. 1.?Tho Tread well Band held a business meeting last night and final reports on the re cent carnival were heard. The car nival was a decided financial success which was remarkable considering the other amusements which were taking place on Gasf.ineau channel during the entire week. A nugget charm was given to D. J. Klnzle, pres ident of the band, for his Interest and work for the success of the carnival. A vote of thanks was also tendered to all non-members who took an active Interest In tho work. ?MT. WRANGELL BELIEVED TO BE ACTIVE VOLCANO An immense volume of smoke has appeared In tbo heavens in and around , the Alaska range of mountains. The general opinion is that Mt. Wrangell has become active again, as there is quite a quantity of light ash fall ing, apparently from the direction of Wrangell mountains. The smoke be came so dense on the 12th as to cause the sun, which was high at the time, to look like a ball of fire. Largo puffs of smoko, tinged with red, were discernable above the range of moun tains some 100 miles from Kennecott About seven years ago, Mr. Wrangell was active and threw out Just such ash as is falling now. The volcano is 14.000 feet high.?(Nome Nugget) KOYUKUK TRAIL WILL COST ABOUT $2,000 ??? FAIRBANKS, Sept. 27?Word was received from Valdez that tho road commission had decided to make an appropriation of $2,000 for work on the trail between Tanana and the Koyukuk. For ten years tho people of the Koyukuk have been trying to get an allotment for work on the trail to Wiseman, but the government has never been able to grant tho re quest. One reason why the road commis sion has spent so little money on the Koyukuk trail Is because it is so long that it would take many thousands of dollars to make even a very small Impression. The people of Tanana feel that the allotment is but the commencement of work on the trail and that they will be able to get a small allotment each year to make improvements.? (Fairbanks Times.) Two hundred large Interior mink skins matched In sets at reduced mar ket rates. Inquire at Wills' store. ?(9-30-tf.) ? ? COAL CLAIMS REJECTED. Notice has been received at tho land office of the rejection of the claim of the Alaska Peninsula Mining & Trading Co. of four coal claims In the Unga district. The rejection Is based upon the failure of the claim ant to open up a coal mine arf required by law. Augustine & Kyer's Chocolates still remain the "King of All" candles. You can't beat them. If you have not tasted them?try a box on our recom mendation. Juneau Orug Co., phone 250. 9 27 2t -PALMER'S A full linn of Palmer's toilet prep erations. including the famous Card englo perfumes, toilet water, talcum powder, etc.. Brie Drug Co., Douglas. Frpe delivery, phone 16. See our windows for local views? 50c. Hill Drug Company, Stacy H. Reeve, Manager. REASONABLE PRICES on everything in stock, and QUALNTY and COURTEOUS AT TENTION will always prevail at GUY'S DRUG STORE. Opposite P. 0., Douglas. ?> **?+****??** * * * 4 * Pc <? ? Judge J. R. Winn returned on the Jefferson this morning from oSattlo. | J. H. Mackenzie of San Prauclsco is expected to arrive in Junoau on un oarlly boat He Is largoly interested in the Alaska-Juncau mine. Mrs. Alma Magee returned to her home in Skagway today. Prank P. Cook, u reining engineer, left today for Oregon. He expects to re turn to Juneau next year. He spent considerable time in Southwestern Al W. B. Stout of Hainey, returned to Steve Ragan, a Haines attorney, has been spending a few days in Juneau. Prank Carroll, managor of Ingeraoll Rand Company, returned today from New York, whero he attended a con ference of company managers. + * + + + + + + ? + *???*? * + * ? +? COURTHOUSE NOTES ?> + * + ??* + * + ? + + * + * + + .> On a motion of the plaintiff's attor ney, the case of Mullen & Hobert vs M. M. Henley has been dismissed. Notices of release of liens against tho properties of the Hallum Construc tion Co., Geo. R. Noblo et al, have been flled as follows: by eGorge F. For rest for $704.15; by A. A. Sharkey, for $85; by John Peltari for $59; by Otto Allen for $72; by Brick Holms er Pasenta for $49; by W. Mantino for $64.75; by Fred Broggio for $65; by John Passera for $66.50, and by C. W. Young Co. for $1,853.53. Suit has been flled through Attor ney A. E. Maltby by Mrs. Llzzio Wat son against E. D. Ralston to recover an alleged loan of $50.35 and costs. Closing the transfer of lot 3, block 205 of tho Casey Shattuck addition, a deed has been flled in favor of Mrs. Dan McCartney of this city. * MARINE NOTES * + + ** + + ? + ????? + ? + + Tho Admiral Evana is duo tonight, on her way sonth. The Princess Alice steamed South today. The Alilanco is due tomorrow, bound West. The Spokane,- Jefferson and Admir al Farragut arrived from Seattle this morning. The Humboldt ia due Sunday after noon. EXPERT SAYS ALASKA IS IN THE GRAIN BELT Prof. C. C. Georgeson, head of the government experimental agricultural stations in Alaska, declares that the Interior of Alaska will rival Canada and the western grain states when the territory has been settled. "Let the right kind of people settle In Al aska and you will seo production of grain and farm products that will be astonishing," he told a Seattle news paper man before leaving for Alaska on the last trip of the Northwestern. In speaking of the experimental stations in interior Alaska, Prof. Geor geson said: "Oar work this year has been very successful, and wheat, barley, oats, and rye have made very heavy yields and have ripened successfully where over planted. The vast interior re gions of Alaska arc suited for . the various valuablo grains and for gen eral farming has been proven. Tho coast regions are better fitted for the raising of stock, feed and vegetables, The coast would rlso make a great dairying country, and the government dairy farms started on Kodiak Isl and Is doing well. Although this has been the dryest season we have ever experienced, the experimental farm ing has been very successful. In the interior the grain grew short straw but on the other hand bore a heavy yield of the grain itself."? (Valder Prnaneotnr1 ONLY CHILD SAVED IN LUSITANIA- IS NOW IN NORTH Seward Gateway: The only child saved from the Lusltanla when that liner was sent to the bottom was the child of Wm. Dougherty, who Is now working on the Kenai Alaska mine near Seward. Mrs. Dougherty was the maid of Mrs. James H. Sears, of this city, and took passage with the child on tho big liner's last trip. Tho mother was also saved and slates that she could see the German sub marine sailing about watching calm ly while the people of the Lusitania were going to their death. Mrs. Dough erty. herself is English. * Stamping and designing, The Vogue. 317 Seward St. 9,28,5t All stamped linens % off, for open ing week. Mrs. Albert Berry, 317 Seward St. 9,28,5t * i THE GARDENGLO PREPARATIONS Gardenglo Extract $2 per oz. Gardenglo Talcum, $75c Gardenglo Toilet Water, $1.00, and $2.50 per bottle Gardenglo Face Powder, $2.00 per box. Quality Goods for Quality People. JUNEAU DRUG CO. Opp. Alaskan Hotel, Phone 250 ID. M. C.?at the Vogue, 317 Se ward St., Mrs. Albert Berry 9,28,5t PKO^b55iUNAU Have returned from Vacation | Glasses j Fitted Robert Simpson Optometrist and Optician William Pallisler, M. D., Specialist in the treatment at dcmuwi and deformities of the eye and car. noeeand throat Office*. Fourth Hoc*. Goldstein Building Office Phone 5a Cln.w? Fitted. ???????++?+*?+??+ ? OR. LEONARD P. DAWES + ? Surgeon and Physician + + Office First N*L Bk. Bldg. ? + Hours 10 to 12 m; 1 to 4 + ? and 7 to 9 p. m. + .? Phone 2602; Res. 2603 + *+?++++*?*?+???* I Dr E. H. Kaser i: DENT I 1 and 3 Goldstein Building J' ? Phone W. , , & Hoar*. 9 *. m. to 9 o. m. f ?????????????????????????? MISS ALERECHT OSTEOPATH Swedish Vuuit Medical Qttnnastics. Ex pert treatment riven in all case* requirinz massage. diet and mechanical therapeutics. Rooms 119-121 Goldstein Bulldinr. Phon?282 Hours 1 to S p. m. and by appointment + + MRS. A. D. GROVE Red Cross Graduate Nurse Surgical Medical Obstertical Cases cared for at your homo. 13d E. 6th St., Phono 1405 4 4 4 + Any Broken Spectacle Lenae duplicated and fitted for $1.50, made by best lease makers, no matter what you paid for your glasses originally. L J. SHAR1CK Jeweler and Optician 4 4 4 4 OR. G. C. MAULE Dentist Third St. Douglas, Alaska Tel. 15, Hours 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. 4 4 DR. H. VANCE OSTEOPATH 5 and 6 Malony Bldg., phone 285 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 O" ? Douglas Piano Tuner GEORGE ANDERSON. Expert. Twenty yean experience. Factory representative for High Grade Pianoa and Player Pianos. Address Box 99L Phone 143. It Costs No i 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 ? ; I' o Eastern, Corn Fed i Fresh Meat | | ? ;> ; ? Home Killed Chickens 1 ' ' ANl) ? Fresh Howe Made Sausage ? !; Brery Day :: Independent Market: I\ JULIUS RHEINBERGEK. Prop. A ;; PHONE 119 o f[f We're ready for you here whenever you need "fiirst aid" P.-j. in the matter of good clothes. We're looking for you right now; and whenever you come in, we're prepared ire of you. WHEN YOU SEE OUR Hart Schaffner & Marx Suits and Overcoats Yov II be a willing captive; you 11 surrender; you'll give up your money cheerfully to get such clothes. $25 will do a good deal of execution here. Goldstein's Emporium he Home oj Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes and Emery Shirts ' mmmmmmammmmmmmmmma IMH.I-INF.RY Be Sure and Read My Advertisement on page 5 Mrs. E. Sherman yH Front St., Juneau. Phone 264 SOCIAL UNION MEETS. ThoV Woman's Social Union of the Methodist church held a meeting this afternoon at the home of Mrs. Clyde The schools are open. Old your boy or girl get a fountain pen? You can get the"*Genuine Waterman Ideal" ? anypolnt ? at $2.50?Guaranteed. Get them In the habit of using a foun tain pen NOW. Juneau Drug Co., op posite Alaskan Hotel. 9 27 2t ADMIRAL FARRAGUT ARRIVES. The steamship Admiral Farragut ar rived In port early this morning fron Seattle, after a fast voyage. She li on her way to Anchorage, under com tnand of Captain Michael M. Jensen. The Farragut's passengcss to Juncai wore Mrs. E. G. Osborne, Mrs. H. H Townscnd, Mrs. D. Nichols, Georg< Waring, A. E. Languille and H. C Anderson. George Barrette Is a pas senger to Katalla. Before sho continued West thh morning the Admiral Farragut tool on 12,000 feet of lumber from thi Worthcn mills, for Seward. SAVE YOUR TEETH Ask for A. D. S. Peredlxo Tootl Paste when you buy next time, neutralizes the acid In your moutl and Is pleasant to the taste. It leave: your teeth white, and your gums, heal thy. It is the best tooth paste made? 25c per tube. We do not hesitate t< recommend It against ?ny other tootl paste on the market. JUNEAU DRUC CO., opp. Alaskan ho?6l, phone 250.? 0 27 2t. [Opportune ?I Indeed Are Tomorrow's Offerings II LADIES' COAT SPECIALS < ? i ? Beautiful Coats in fashions strongest phase. Material of o known quality, embracing Corduroy, Zizilene, Black, Navy ? Copenhagen Mixtures and in shades of Brown, Black, Navy and Gray, becoming to any type or form. Only one of a ;; kind. Regular price $20.00? ? Tomorrow $15.75 Silk Waist Specials I I In plain Crepe de Chine, Tub Silk, in modish stripes, and. X Pink, White, Sky, Corn and Black and White combinations. ? 0 A rare opportunity of securing such remarkable models. * X Sizes 36 to 46. Value up to $5.00? | Tomorrow $2.95 j 1 CORDUROY AND VELVET COATS j X Just fti today, showing fashion's very latest crektion. Treat ? X y<: ? ? ?????? ?????, i 1 ? ;!CITY BAR;! ? % r=i dodglas r=n j; ?,? ? ? < ? 11 i: ; Phone Orders Promptly \\ Attended to || phone 5-4 :: PRINCESS ALICE SAILS. The steamship Princess Alice sailed for Vancouver this morning. Passen ' gere Included Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Coward, Daniel J. McKenzlc, Frank ' P. Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell, Lo 3 rone S. Sales, Mary Collunwood, R. H. Sales, Mr. >nrl Mrs. J. A. Handra han, Miss "Tiny" Handrahan, Mrs. 5 Harry Goldenhar, Mrs. Lulu B. Th: mp , son, D. C. Bard, J. Ray Atckison, J. D. Sanders, Frank McCoy, L. M. Ste venson, W. A. Irwin, A. Jacohson, A. . H. Barrlck, John Carlson and Erlck Anderson. SEPTEMBER WEATHER. According to figures just compiled, the weather report for the month of September is summarized as follows: Maximum tetmperature 73*, Sept. 9. Minimum tem., 24*, Sept. 22d. Total rainfall, 10.34 Inch. Clear days, 7. Cloudy days, 20. Partly cloudy, 3. Rainy days, 23. ? . THREE WORDS TO THE WISE? "PHONE JUNEAU DRUG." 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 iness brought to your door. So, when you need a drug store, just phone 250. We will send a mes senger to get your order or prescrlp tlon. We disregard distance. No or der Is too large or too small for us; no drug too rare, no task too diffi cult. Many of your neighbors phone Juneau Drug Co. for their dally drug store needs. You are Invited to do likewise. Free, immediate delivery. 9 27 2t A handsome $65.00 Buck range, ex tra special $35.00?a humdinger. F. W. O'OONNELL, Alaska Furniture Co. ? + Excellent views of burning schooner J. P. Abler. W. H. Case Studio. 9-30-St The Latest Art linens and embroidery cottons, The Vogue, 317 Seward St. 5,28,5t Thcge aro still a few remnantB of linen and piece goods at half regular price, Mrs. Albert Berry, 317 Seward St. r 5,28,5t If you want to know, "ask Bartlett" -(9-1-tr.) Ladles, before buying, see the classy hats at the Model, Mrs. A. Winn, tf DR. FANNIE WAITE Eyesight specialist?Valentine Block. Seek and you will find com fort. service nnd style in Our B. M. BEHREND&. Classified Advertisements (TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.) i ^ FOR RENT?Nicely furnished front room, Mrs. R. Leake, 114 Main St. ? ?9,30,tf WANTED ? Nursemaid; call 349 Olstln Ave. 9 30 2t. I havo a proposition in which you can double your money within twelve months. Safe as the earth itself. From flOO to $500 required, Box 121, Juneau. (10.1.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 MEAN'S YOU. Add "C" Empire. 9 27 tf Sleeping rooms, 60c, one or two men ?also housekeeping rooms, reasona ble, 335 Franklin St ' 10,l,tf , Douglas News: Mr. and Mrs. Pet er Peterson have movod to Juneau, whore they will purchase property and build them a home. They have sold their residence lij Douglas to Mr. Ot is Boylan, who has taken possession. p p THE ^ p ROYAL GRILL A First Class Restaurant When in Douglas take your meals with us. Wo serve the best of every thing the market affords. Open All Hours D0UGLA8 ? ? ? ALASKA 1 1 I ' Q Watches, Diamonds Jewelry, Silverware (ghOjs) I.J.Sharick ^ Jeweler and Optician - few good Buys Juneau Realty Co. Saloon for sale. Cigar stand. Grocery Store, Cheap. , Furnished apts. for rent. Houses for rent. Partner wanted for small bus- * iness. 174 FRONT ST. , | Douglas Fish & Ice Go, ORDERS TAKBft 8 DELIVBRBD City Wharf R. Phofce 407 CARLONE & MARZIK ] Ladies' and Gentlemen's Tailor Have just received 2000 Samples of Fall an J Winter Goods ST.ASSAV. Phone 70 PQrGLAL