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S-A-L-E ?MC3S23BRK52^i:0&3?EBHHHnNBIBHHBHHHBG3HBB Vin-Low Genuine Fine Spun Aluminum at a Big Reduction in Prices. This is the Opportunity to Supply your needs See Our Windows C. W. YOUNG COMPANY I " THE GASTINEAU j Hot and cold water, phone, largo clothes closets each room. Just around the corner from every place of Importance. 1 ?tc? Raaaooabls Third and HarrisStTCBf. Junes TheBERGMANN1 Newly built and newly furnlahed, modern In all respects, steam heated, electric lighted, hot an d cold water In every room; bath on every floor, including a shower bath. Sanitary conditions perfect. Olnlno room In connection. !PREPARE FOR WINTER! j . SEE THE COMPLETE LINE OF ;; Laclede Oak B?tsBacsaaBSBBEa??a?? | Heaters j i guaranteed with the famous OHIO RANGE as the leader for Alaska ? JUNEAU HARDWARE CO.} LUCK IS WITH PHILLIES IN fIRST GAME Yesterday's same, viewed from a distance of four thousand mtlos, look ed tamo, in spite of the fact that it was close. Not a single extra-fcase hit was made, and, strange to say, the hltB that scored runs were not the bang-up kind. They were Infield taps, with the exception of Boston's tally In the eighth, which tied the score. Duffy Lewis, who by the way hit out two safeties and struck out the other two trips ho made to the plate, was re sponsible for Boston's long score, driving In Tris Speaker ahead of him. Cable advices to The Empire yester day, which were condensed In publi cation, owing to the late hour In which they arrived, said that Boston fans went wild with Joy when the Rod Sox tied the score In the eighth Inning and, evened things up. Speaker scored from socond base, on a single, al though Whltted threw to the plate in a vain effort to cut off the run. The Phillies came back in their half of the eighth and cinched it. Alexander, first up, took one strlko and then grounded to Barry, who re tired him at first. Stock was then up. He took ? ball, then another ball, then a strike and then ?hore fed him an other wide one. Stock missed tho next one. for the second strike, but was walked a moment later. Bancroft got a hit when Scott was slow in cov ering second to take Barry's throw of Bancroft's grounder. Paskert was next up. Shore got the first one over for a strike, and then threw four suc cessive balls, walking Paskert. Cra vath came to bat and the fans gave the famous home-run clouter a great hand. He hit the first ball pitched to third, and Stock scored, Cravath be ing thrown out at first. Lnderus hit a slow infield drtvo and Paskert went to third. Ludcrus was caught trying to steal, but two runs had been push ed over?enough to win. Carrlgan put in Hendricksen and Ruth as pinch-hitters in The ninth, but there was nothing doing. Luderus booted Henrickson's grounder, but the.'l big first baseman retired both Ruth 1 and Hooper, unassisted. : "Dick" Hoblitzel got caught off first 1 base in the first'inning, when safe i play might have given Boston a couple i of runs. Hobby and Speaker were on ? tho sacks, with Duffy Lewis at bat, when he was caught napping, for the Shore pitched n good game, but w&s unlucky. Ho had fine spoed and a puzzling curve ball. Alexander was steady at all times, and Dame For tune favored his efforts. The scoro: Philadelphia AB R H PO A E Stock, 3b 2 10 0 2 0 Bancroft, ss S 1 1 -i l o Paskert, rf ...... 3 1110 0 Cravath, rf 2 0 0 1 0 0 Luderus. lb ...... 4 0 1 10 0 1 Whltted, If 2 0 1 3 0 0 Niehoff, 2b ...... 3 0 0 1 * o Burns, c ? 3 0 0 7 0 0 j Alexander, p ...; 3 0 1 0 5 0 Total 25 3 5 27 12 1 Boston AB R H PO A E Hooper, rf 5 0 1 0 0 0 Scott, ss - 3 0 1 2 2 0 Speaker, cf 2 10 10 0 Hoblitzel, lb .... 4 0 1 12 0 0 Lewis, If 4 0 2 2 0 0 Gardner, 3b 3 0 10 10 Barry, 2b 4 0 1 m 4 4 0 Cady, c 2 0 0 3 2 0 Shore, p 3 0 1 0 3 * 0 ?Honricksen ..1 0 0 0 0 0 ??Ruth ... 1 0 0 0 0 0 Total 32 1 8 24 12 0 ?-Batted for Cady In ninth. ??-Batted for Shore in ninth. Score by Innings. Boston 0000 0 001 0?1 Philadelphia . 00010002 *?3 Hits by Innings. Boston 11111111 0?8 Philadelphia .... 00120002 *?6 Summary. Stolen bases, Whitted, Hoblitzel: struck out, by Alexander 6, by Shoro 2. Bases on balls, off Alexander 2, oft Shore 4. Sacrifice hits, Cravath, Scott, Gardner and Cady. Left on bases Philadelphia 6. Boston 7. BANK TO CLOSE. In honor of Columbus Day, Octo ber l^th. the First National Bank will bo closed all day. "HEART'S EASE" ABLAZE. Starting under a kitchen range, a blaze in the Heart's Ease Boarding bouse called out the fire department yesterday afternoon. Although the Sre burned through the floor under the stove, no serious damage was done, *nd only chemicals were necessary to extinguish the fire. Ijflilk SUjlcplus 0oikx2s ^17 cA big feaiure Have you ever been to a house warming? We invite you to our season's opening in that friendly and cordial spirit. Our store is all refurnished with new things to show you. And our lines (ours because confined exclusively to our store) are^actually the first-choice clothes of the nation, the ones that men everywhere kn<*w by name. ~ 5 ^ ^ ^ ^ i l ,aSK"7 Styleplus dfiy Clothes, jr.!.!.. "The same price the world over." Alert men and young men who recognize su perior styling and excess values have turned to STYLEPLUS. If you are not one of our customers, we can win you to our method of doing business by show ing you this exceptional suit of medium price nationally known. f? 1 You will be welcome whether or not you buy. At opening time the chief work of our staff is to demonstrate what the best dressed men of the country are going to wear during the coming sea son. This is the kind of information that men and young men who take an interest in their clothes want to know. May we count you among the many whom we will gladly serve in this way? The New Fabrics New Glen Urquharts. jt New Overplaid Effects. ; New Tartan Checks. Now Stripe Effects. Plain Neat Mixtures in patterns Distinctively new t The New Models Three Button conservative ! sack style, with English inclination. Three Button, real Eng lish OffOCt (; Threo Button, high waist, j extra English effect. 1 Two Button, high waist, |s extra English effect. j One Button, high waist, extra English effect. Two Button double breast ed extremo English. 0 Vests with or without col lar. Single or double ^ breasted. Some with and some without "The New Skirt Effect." The New Colorlnfls The 1916 Fall Brown. r The New Grays. t The Now Blues. The New Tans. Everything New. ? , THE HUB MULLEN 8 I' HEBERT T Now Gentlemen the time has come for you to se lect between looking common- ] place and looking the part of substantial, successful men, of modern ideas, abreast of the times. Your whole career may be changed for better or worse by some man's first impression of you. Every style we show reveals a sound judgment of taste, harmony and value. These are Benjamin Correct CJothes, made in New York by tailors who know. .. : PRICES ... $25i22 to $40S : Other makes $10.00 to $20.00. Come and look them over. It it's a Benjamin it's correct. B. M. BEHRENDS CO., Inc. || '& m~=sB3e=a= , ? ii >*? i ?" ? ? Insist on t # j; Juneau BEER III ?_____. AT HOME \ \ " AND JIT \\ THE BAR < ? i > An Alaskan i: PRODUCT jj| i:' DELICIOUS AND \\ KUTRIOUS I Eagle Brewing C?- i * ? + f Juneau Church Services * f Tomorrow * * * Catholic Church. Communion Mass at 8:00 a. m. High Mass at 10:30 a. m. + ? ? Northern Light Presbyterian Church. (John B. Stevens. Pastor.) Morning service at 11. Subject, 'The Highest Function of the Mind, o Know the Truth." Anthem by :holr "Jubilate Deo." Evening service at 7:30, subject: 'The Design of Discipline." Cello >fferatory by Mrs. Wallstedt. Sopra io and contralto duet with chorus md cello accompaniment. Sunday School meets at 12. Young People's meeting at 6:30. Prayer meeting on Thursday eve jing at 7:30 o'clock. The Ladies' Aid will meet with Mrs. larvey on Friday afternoon at 2:30. ? * * Christian Science. Services are held in Christian Sci ince Church, Fifth street . between (tain and Seward, every Sunday at .1 a. m. Subject for tomorrow's ormon, "Aro Sin, Disease and Death teal." Everybody is wclcomo. Sunday School at 10 a. ra. Wednesday night meetings at eight ('clock. Free reading room at the church Vedncsday afternoon from 2 to 5. A A ? T T T Lutheran Services In Juneau. Martin L. Larson, Pastor. There will be Lutheran service to-: norrow at 2:30 p. m. In the Presby erlan church. AH arc welcome. ? + * Methodist Episcopal Church. Corner 4th & Seward. R. C. Blackwell, Pastor. Services morning and evening at ;l and S o'clock. Sermons by the pas Sermon themes: "The Language of ho Leaves, and "An Outcast's Contrl butlon to Religious Knowledge." Sunday School at 12 m. Epworth League at 7 p. m. Prayer meeting, Thursday evening. ' Woman's Social Union, Friday at [ j 2 p. in. at the home of Mrs. Martin I George. . ? ? + Trinity Episcopal Church. At 11 a. m., Celebration of the Holy Eucharist. Evensong and ser mon at 7:30. Subject "The Church As the Body of Christ." All members of the church and of the congregation are acked to be present. The public Is cordially invited. REPORT OF ALASKA INSANE IS RECEIVED ???? Covering the care of Alaska insane patients for the quarter ended Septem ber 30, the report of the Sanitarium Company, Portland, Oregon, has just been received at the Governor's of fice. The report is summarized as fol lows: Patients under care at the begin ning of quarter 180 Received during the quarter 20 Total number of patients un der care during quarter 200 Patients discharge during quarter.. 21 Patients died during quarter 2' Pationts eloped during quartor 3 Total leaving during quarter ... 7 * Patients remaining under care of quarter .. 193 The patients discharged as cured were: .Mrs. Lulse Miller and Julius Martin. The patients who died dur ing quarter wure: Alexis Amkam and Sam May. Those who eloped were: J. O. Sickler. Frank !y^uzika and John Rellly. ^ Of the 180 patients under care the ? first quarter, 156 were men and 24 wore women. Of those under care at the end of the quarter 168 were men and 25 were women. COAL RECEIVED? Largo shipment of choice lump coal just received. Before you place your , order for coal or feed, phone 114 so ? that you'll get your money's worth. 10 8 lw FEMMER & RITTER. Fur trimmings for ladies' dresses. Big assortment at W, H. Case's. tf Rough Dry?55c per do*. Flat Work?50c per doz. THANE STEAM LAUNDRY Phone 175 7-28-tf "All of the nows all the time." "? ? .V? TURNER DANCING ACADEMY. We teach the canter waltz, the fox rot, or any of the other new dances. Uao all the old dances. ***tf Seek and you will find com fort, service and style in Our HANAN SHOES. B. M. BEHRENDS. Smith's Auto Stage t. PERSEVERANCE Leaves Juneau Dally 11:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m. 11:00 p.m. Leaves Perseverance 1:10 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 11:30 p.m. Stand Arctic Pool Room and Alaskan Hotel Special Trips Anywhere by Appointment C. Petlovlch J. R. McNeil Old Kentucky Bar Hotel In Connection 8team Heated Family Orders Delivered Free P. O. Box 577, Phone 91 Front St. Juneau, Alaska Opera SECOND AND SEWARD - G. K. GILBERT PLUMBING and SHEET METAL WORKS 121 Front it Phona US Bbrgmanndinfngroqm Naw Btller Tlui Er?r BREAKFAST 6.-00 a. m. to 11:00 a. m. LUNCH - - 12:00 a. b. to 140 p. m. DINNER ? - 5:30 p. ?. to 7KX) p. m. RATES S1.00 A DAY Bcrgmann Hotel Dining Room FRANK GEHRINO, M.n.tfar See announcement of Art Needle O f A 'T(|~|? AND PIANO PLAYERS jj t .iTa. ^ / ... Edison Diamond Disc Phonographs, COLUMBIA TALKING MACHINES. VICTOR VICTROLAS ij IS,000 Record* (or All Midiintl. Sheet Mule, Smell Mulcel Inntromrnte < > JUNEAU MUSIC HOUSE ij Elmer Smith, Prop. THREE STORES. J, P. L. Graves, Mgr. < > Rex. !1 Dreg Store, Douglas. Front Street Drag Store, Do agios ], ?