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DOUGLAS. Oct. 22.?J. F. Elfstrom
has moved his watch repairing estab lishment from Smith's drug store to the building formerly used by Sid Johnson as a cigar store. Mrs. B. R. Leivers and E. D. Har*. rlson are northbound passengers on the Jeiferson for Douglas. J. H. Kelly has purchased the pool' room formerly owned by J. Avolan on Beach street and h3a put In a line of Ladles of Douglas: Look In the Or phoum window. It wltl Interest you and will Interest the Orpheum. 1-1 m. TREADWELL. Oct. 22.?The new 500 h. p. motor for the "300" mill has arrived and will be Installed as soon as the pulleys and gearing arrive from the factory. When the motor Is I" stalled the entire mill will he in post tlon to run by electricity. At present only one-half of the mill Is electrl fled and during periods when the watei Is short the other half of the mill hat to be closed down. H. G. Neville* who has been lr the States for the past three weeks is returning on the Spokane, loavlnt Seattle tonight Great preparations are being made for the entertainment in honor of th< first alders at the Club tonight. Th? program will consist of orchestra mu sic. sinking. speaking and athletic con tests. The festivities will start at 1 o'clock. Grover Kertls and Ed Wood, mem bers of last season's ball team, return ed last night on the Alameda fron the States, where thov have beer spending a few weeks vacation. The regular band practice last nigh at the Are hall wan very well attend I ed. A number of difficult selection! are being rehearsed for for concer work this winter new mill addition TO START TOMORROW TREADWELL, Oct. 22.?The thlrtj stamp addition to the Ready Bulllor mill has been finished and will b< started tomorrow. The new addition li on the southern end of the mill anc has been In the course of construe tlon for the past four months. This will make a total of 150 stamps undei the Ready Bullion mill roof. Delstoi concentrating tables will bo used In stead of vanners for saving concen trates. The Delster tables have beer tested at the "240" mill for the pasl six months and have been found tt give better results than the Erou van ners which have been used hereto fore. Anybody can fish If they go tc Brltt's Pharmacy. 22-tl The new drink fountain at Hill's Drug Store Is ready to serve you with hot or cold drinks. Comfortably up ho'stered booths for accommodation of customers. ..10-21-tl NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Bids will be received until Monday, Oct 25. 12:00 o'clock noon, for exca vating basement and doing concrete work for foundation to residence for Simon Hellenthal. Plans, specifica tions may bo seen at office of M. S. Sntton. 113 Decker Bldg. The right Is reserved to accept any, or reject all bids. 10 21 3t M. S. SUTTON. Miss Charon's steam heated rooms. HO and' up. 9-24-1 ro I jtax compromise 1 suit arrange BY attorneys J H Cobb returned last night on the* Alameda from a brief trip to So-, att'e where he. as Territorial con-. ' sel. went to confer with th ? attorneys ?; 1 of the various fisheries companies op srating in Alastmn water ! 1 the license tax law passed by the lajt ? ' A' met^vlth attorneys representing " 90 per cent of the Alaska p:u k?. i i, ? gald Mr. Cobb this afternoon, and ' will draw up an agreement, subject 1 to the approval of the Governor, by which a test suit is to bo brou?bt 1 both for the taxes of 1913 and 1914, ? and for the taxes of 1915 under the f; last Act. All or tho canning interests represented, outside of the defendant 1 in the suit to be brought, entered into ' a written agreement to pay the taxes - with interest in the event the law is ? sustained; and the Territory Is to ? waive penalties, exacting only the ' amount of tho tax and Interest there on. "The suits are to be pushed to a " speedy termination in tho Clrcu!' ' Court of Appeals so that the matter ' may be finally decided as early as pos sible." .! , WOMEN MEET TOMORROW TO DISCUSS CLUB HERE At three o'clock tomorrow the wom en of Juneau will meet in the council f chambers in response to the call of Mrs. E. H. Kaser. president o" the r Draper Club, for the purpose of dis ? cussing the possible organicatlon of j a branch of the National Federation i of Womon's clubs in Juneau. A larg> 1 number of women have signified their - Intention of attending this moetlng ! and an Interesting session is expect r ed. r ? * * AT THE DREAM THEATRE. i Mary Pickford. in "Tess of the 1 Storm Country." a Famous Players' ' feature in five reels will be the attrac ? tlon extraordinary at the Dream then ? tre Friday. Saturday and Sunday nights. Oct. 22, 23 and 24. Matinee Saturday afternoon at 2:30. An ex > tra funny Keydtone comedy will be ' shown making six reels in all. Tho extra cost of this great feature i makes it necessary to advanco the i prices to 10c, 15c and 25c. The prices ? of the regular program of pictures, however, will remain the same?10c and 15c. The feature has been rehearsed and special music provided. If you decide to come to the first show, try and bo ( ? in the houso for tho first part. Two shows, 7:30 and 9:00 22-tf MISS KEMPTHORNE SENDS BOOKS TO THE LIBRARY As the gift of Mis;. Tdlth Kemp thorne. two books that will be of spe cial Interest to the Camp Fire girls have Just been received at the Public Library. One of these is a beauti fully worked up Journal of the trip to Sitka which the girls enjoyed last i Spring, and the other Is a Camp Fire Song Book by Ethel Rogers, with an Introduction by Mrs. Luther Gutlck, tho founder of the movoment. In a letter recently received by one of Miss Kempthorno'B friends here it was learned that Miss Kempthorne has suffered a severe nervous break I down and has been obliged temporar ily to give up her work at the main camp of the Camp Fire organization. She has gone to Montreal, Conoda. where she will probably remain for several months in search of health. NATIVE BAGGED FOR SELLING VENISON t I Willis Philips, a native, was arrest ed at 4:30 yesterday afternoon, by Game Warden McDonald and will be ! heard by Commissioner J. B. Marsh- '? all next Monday on the charge of sell- ?: i lag deer meat. Willis said he shot ?: tho venison at Oliver's Inlet OCTOBER 18TH IS "HOLD UP" DAY AT SKAGWAY t In speaking of the observance of Alaska Day yesterday In Skagway, as s a holiday. Agent E. J. Shaw of the J Alaska Steamship Co.. said this morn- ! ing that it would also have been ap- '' propriato to have observer It here as "hold up" day for that on two or three different occasions steamship offices had been hetld up on tho 18th of Oc tober In previous years.? (Skagway Alaskan.) urge president 0 to visit CANAL o -t- h WASHINGTON, Oct. 22.?Friends of >' President Woodrow Wilson today are ^ urging him to combine business with h pleasure and visit the Panama canal on his honeymoon. The President has not been to the great waterway since b his*election, and it is pointed out that he could also visit the expositions, without serious loss of time. MINNESOTA REPUBLICANS '' FAVOR SENATOR CUMiyilNS 1 WASHINGTON, Oct. 22.?Minneso ta, which will hold the first primary p, to choose delegates to the next Na tional Republican convention will in struct tho delegates for a progressive Republican, according to a statement H made public by the National Progres sive union. '"One thousand inquiries directed to a carefully selected list of Republi- (j cans in all sections of the State," de clares the statesmemt, "indicates that S. Minnesota Is still overwhelmingly w Progressive. Senator Albert B. Cummins of Iowa seems to be the favorite of Mlnncso- ot ta Republicans with a large number th stating that they favor Justice Hughes ^ as their choice." Anybody can. flsh if they go to Britt's Pharmacy. 22-tf ra ? ch Armand's Face Powder Is the best wi oowder on tho market. It docs not in- ? Jure the ekin; price 75c per box, only Ju ?t Juneau Drug Co.. phone 250. lGtf j1 ' )> + ** + + ? ? :? ******* ? * Personal Mention * ? ? Franklin A. Johnson of Nome, who ins been in the city for several days, eft last night on the Alameda for ho Westward. E. E. Burbach, manager of the Al ,skan hotel, left this morning on the 'rincess Sophia enrouto to the San Francisco exposition. He will return 11 December. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Averlll of Fair anks were passengers on the Prin eas Sophia this morning for Vnncouv r from where they will go to North paklma. Mr. Averill was formerly a eportor on the News-Miner and will etnrn to Alaska in a short time. George Brimston, high under sheriff f the Yukon Territory sailed south n the Princes Sophia this morning on is first trip to the Outside in 18 ears. He will visit his family until larch, returning then to Whito orse. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cobb returned ist night on the Alameda from a riof trip to tho States. JOHN MARKRUD FREE. The grand Jury returned "Not a me bill" in tho rape charge against ohn Markrud this afternoon. Miller Is Indicted. Mat Miller of Tenakee was indicted n three separate charges of shooting ith latent to kill. IELEN GOULD SHEPARD ADOPTS ORPHAN BOY j NEW YORK, Oct. 22.?Mrs. Helen ould Shepard, daughter of tho late iy Gould, and her husband, Finley j hepard, have adopted a five-year-old $10 REWARD?No questions; any le finding a small diamond brooch in le shapo of a dog will receive tho [ "Gardenglo" perfume possesses that i ^ re, all-feminlne quality of elusive iarm. It lures with a sweetness lilch seems always Just out of rench g a fragance of which you never tire ?> * * ? + * * * * * * * + + ^ + + + ! + COURTHOUSE NOTES + ? John Perelle has filed notice of re lease of lien against 13 lode claims! owned by T. C. Hallum and- 0. A I Voyer. T. C. Hallum has filed his answer i u tho suit begun Dot long ago by Em 11 Latanzl against Geo. R. Noble, T. C. Hallum et al, and asks for a dis missal of the action again him on 11 ground that ho Is not tho owner <>' any of tho properties mentioned in tho complaint nor of any part thereof. Dave Collins was arrested last night! on a complaint filed In the Commis s oner's court yesterday afternoon charging him with larceny. FIRST JURY TRIAL. At 2 p. m. today the caso of Victor 1 on Arx against W. A. Shafer, city < marshal of Douglas, and John HonsonT' former Police Judge of the same place.'' was called for trial an the first case ' to come beforo a Jury at this term of < H" ^obb aPP?arod for the ' i> ainti,,# while the defense was repre- < sentod by Z. R. Cheney. The caas ' was later adjourned until 4 p. m 'I FRED RAM FINED. * Fred Ram was this morning fined < $5 and costs by U. S. Commissioner < B- Marshall after being heard on a < complaint sworn out by Peter Mad sen 4 C larging Ram with assault on Octo- < dot 21, to which Ram plead guilty. J MOTHER SEEKS SON < Robert M. Wormsworth who was ! clerk in the C. P. r. office at Skag < . J un<lcr H. B. Dunn up to 1907 1 Is being urgently inquired for by his < old mother from P. 0. Box lu Hnr 1 rfavmc, N. v., Md < Of Ills movements or present where- - abouts should at onco advise her di- < rect or through F. F. W. Lowcl, c. P. < ? Skngway. ?\Ve understand Mr. ! Wormsworth was last hoard of in October, 1914, when ho made appll cation to the Northern Pacific Rail way company for employment through he C. P. r. at Vancouver, B. C. ? (Skagway Alaskan.) ? ? ? # J- K. Smith, a well known pioneer lawyer of Dawson, was a southbound ! passenger on tho Princess Sophia this'' morning. j < ' -?? $ ? _ J 4 5'ccnt Dance ! < TURNER HALL. SATURDAY < Admission 25 cents, including five (5) ! ?^ices. Bring your lady and have a - food time. Dancing 9 to 1 o'clock. \ fappy Duncan's orchestra. 20-4t ' Two hundred large Interior mink < skins matched In sets at reduced mar- I <et rates. Inquire at Wills' store ?(9-30-tf.)- ? Waterman's Ideal and Conklln Non- Z -rjkable fountain pens for tho busf- 2 ?ess man, bookkeeper, stenographer, I he schoolboy or girl. Any point. The ? argeet assortment In Alaeka; Quaran- % red at Juneau Drug Co., phono 250. % Get under cover! Water- f hedding raincoats defy the ? >sjf * + * MABINE NOTES ? * * NORTH BOUND. The Alameda arrived from the south last night and sailed for the westward. The Georgia Is due from Sitka to morrow. The Admiral Farragut Is due from Seattle Sunday. Tho Jefferson is due from Seattle Monday. Tho Spokane Is due from Seattle Monday. Tho Princess Sophia Is due from Vancouver' Tuesday. SOUTH BOUND. The City of Seattle will sail south tomorrow. The Admiral Evans Is scheduled to sail south Sunday. Tho City of Puebla Is expected here the 25th, south bound. Four $65 ranges. Now $20 to $31, ?econd hand, good as new. St. Clair, Selvlllo, stoves and heaters just op jned, specials on these also. F. W. J'Donnell, Alaska Furniture Co. Phone 152. 10-18-tf Do not let any one persuade $ you that your glasses canqot bo gotten hero until you see us. We are preparql to grind over 9-10th of the glasses woru. It is better to get your glasses at once than In soreral weeks. Robert Simpson ? > ? ? = Optometrist and Optician . f CITY BAR I : r=n dodglas r=i:: ? Phone Orders Promptly \; Attended to < I : phone 5-4 ? ? ? ? the 9 & ROYAL GRILL A First Class Restaurant When in Douglas take your meals with us. We serve the best of every thing the market affords. Open All Hours DOUGLAS ? ? ? ALASKA _ i Douglas Fish 8 Ice Co, ORDERS TAKEN & DELIVERED City Wkarf SJ, Phone 407 I CARLONE & MARZIK Ladies' and Gentlemen's Tailor Have jutt received 2000 Sample* of Fall and Winter Goad* ST. INN AV. Phone TO DOCGLAl Friday and Saturday SPECIALS Womens and Misses Goats, valued up to $21.50. Friday tt 1K 7 C S Saturday Special J Women's Skirt, in fine Serge, Gar bedine and Poplin, Valued up to $7.50. Friday & Sat- ff A urday Special Breakfast Caps, Sewing Aprons, Girdles and Neckwear, all valued up to $1.00. Friday and Saturday Special cJVL Combinations and Gowns, in fine Bateste, Mull and Crepe, daintly trimmed in fine Lace and Em broidery, valued up to $2.25. Friday and Saturday ff 1 ^ E? Special i ????*?%- vj; 11 .i -ii A FULL LINE OF GOWNS FOR AFTERNOON AND EVENING WEAR ==$12.50 to $40.00 == ALL VERY GOOD VALUES. NO TWO GOWNS ALIKE ALTERATIONS MADE FREE glf THERE are some men who think the fit of clothes depends on measure - ' ments; they have to pay a good price for thinking so. JIT Bl we've learned that fit depends more on scientific designing, tailor ing and lines drawn for the average figure. |FT VARSITY FIETY FIVE suits are made to fit; and the fact that so many ?T of the most critical young men choose them and wear them is evidence that they're right, in fit, in fashion, in tailoring, in all wool fabrics and in fair prices. I YOU'LL GET EXTREME VALDE AT &25; IT'S A SENSIBLE PRICE I WHEN YOU SEE THE CLOTHES. COME AND SEE THEM I | Goldstein s Emporium | The Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes and Emery Shirts All Longs No Shorts. Full Pints Full Quarts. KFNIUCKY MOONSHINE HHTHE NEWfc TRIANGLE BAR MORRISON'S PLACE p ;Juneau Realty;; ;LJ Company!?!;; > < > J Rooming houses, for sale ? > cheap. <; J Second Hand Store, cheap. < J 1 Saloon for sale. ; [ ? Cigar Stand. ! ? < > > Grocery Store, cheap. o > Houses for rent. > o * Partner wanted for small bus > fness. o > > ================ ? t 174 FRONT STREET j| ? ? 'tttmttttttltllfMIMIIt <*> i > 33 Eastern, Corn Fed 33 Fresh Meat;; 33 i i ii ii urn i in mi?????? 33 133 33 ; o # # o ; 3 Home Killed Chickens 31 < ? < > . ? AND < > <? i> 3 I Fresh Home Made Sausage * [ J3 Every Day 3! o < > :: Independent Market i: I 3 3 JULIUS RHEINBKRGER. Prop. 3 3 33 PHONE 119 33 * Watches, Diamonds Jewelry, Silverware I.J.Sharick# Jeweler and * Optician HAIR GOODS. As I am closing out my hair goods department, I will sell all switches In stock at less than cost. This It a bonaflde opportunity to get a switch cheap if I have your color. Blondes, reds and drab shades, 317 Seward 8t. MRS. ALBERT BERRY 23-2t AT THIS TIME the Wearever hot water bottle, foun tain syringe, and combination foun tain syringe and hot water bottle are carrying a double guarantee, the man ufacturers and ours. The prices are reasonable but it is their quality which made them the standard rubber goods In the country. Juneau Drug Co., phone 2S0. Let us send you one on approval. lOlf'tf Fur trimmings for ladies' dresses. Big assortment at W. H. Case's. tf OCTOBER SALE OF! WALL PAPER ? ? X ?????4 PRICES I 9 REDUCED 1-X !i i h i )' rF YOU NEED ANY WALLPAPER IN YOUR HOME NOW J || IS THE BEST TIME TO BUY. \ | 30c Paper now, for double roll, 15c? ?10c Paper, now for double roll, 20c. <' 50c Paper, now for double roll, ... 25c.;; 75c Oatmeal 30-inch wide, now 37 l-2c?Except glazed <?' Kitchen Paper, which will be, a roll, 40c. < I o B. M. BEHRENDS CO., Inc. .1 i'r <?