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AN OCUklST ON THE
QUESTION OF DROPS.
IT I* bocomintr mora and mora evident
that dn - . arc doomed. Even among
oculist.'< tha use of dross in the exam
ine! ion of the eyes for glasses Is passing.
Significant of ihi.s fn :t :a the O'fly made
in tha Philadelphia tl\v Evening Tvle
?-r?[.h bjr Dr. L. K. Hirsl.bsrg, of John
Hopkins College, to an InQUtry. The doc
tor answers sariou* questions, generally
of a med ical character, in a special column
published In a syndicate f papers. V'rvri
this column, too following quest lor. ami
answer are quoted:
"Can ayogla? isa be fitted as well
w ithoot drops a* with, generally speak -
in*?"
"Very much better wlthoutdropa. if
specialists would only realise it. The
eyes must be kept toetotally dark no
tween each lens-tpat. and the teat
must be made patiently, but quickbr.
The various 'atropine' drops are re
sponsible for so many mistakes made
hy the boat oculists In fitting eyechss
as,"
o a o
Optometrists are trained specialists in
the testing of eyes without drops.
Robert Simpson
Optometrist and Optician
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? ALASKA DAILY EMPIRE ?
? Douglas Branch 4
? M. A. SNOW, Manager *
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DOUGLAS. Oct. 30.?Tomorrow af
ternoon at 2 o'clock Father Roccati
will deliver a lecture In Italian at the
hall of the Alaska Catholic Club on
the cause and effects of the present
European war. After the lecture the
feasibility of forming an Italian so
ciety in Douglas will be discussed.
There will be an important meet
hall on St. Ann avenue on Moniay
lng of No. 3 Fire Company at thvir
evening at 8 o'clock.
EXPERIENCE TEACHES
You to get Beat Merchandise at
best prices in thia store. Why go
elswhere?
Elmer T. Smith, Front St. Druggist.
I appreciate your patronage.
E. L. ARMSTRONG WILL
LEAVE DOUGLAS SOON
DOUGLAS. Oct 30.?The sh< w at
the Lyric theatre tomorrow night wi.l
be the last one In that popular house
under the management of E. L Arm
strong. On Monday. November first
the house will come under the man
agement of EL J. Dyer.
Mr. and Mrs. Armstrong are really
pioneers In the movie business in
Douglas, having had charge of the
Lyric theatre ever since it was built
over five years ago. Previous to that
time they ran the old Lyric that burn
ed down In the big fire. They have al
ways given the show-going public in
Douglas an excellent show and were
the inaugurators of the practice of
having a big orchestra at their Sun
day night entertainments. The hall
has always been cpen for charitable
and patriotic affairs and tho people o
Douglas know and appreciate that
fact.
They will leave Douglas within n
| week and wtll probably engage In th> ?
moving picture business In some oth
er town in Alaska. Mr. Armstrong hae!
several places ta view but It undecld
ed as to the one he wtil take.. Mrs
Armstrong has tho reputation of be
ing one of the best picture players In'
Southeastern Alaska, and a.** music Is
a drawing card In the piclvre business,
success Is assured them wherever they
may locate. The people of Douglas
all join In wishing them .ever success
in their future venture.
Ladiea of Douglas: Look In the Or
pheum window, It will Interest you
and will Interest the Crpbeum. 1-lm.
SHOP TEAM VICTIMS
OF MEXICAN TEAMWORK
DOUGLAS, Oct 30.?Being outclass
from the start In their game with the
Mexican-Bullion basketball team at
the Xatatorium last night, the Machine
Shops team were defeated by a score
of 41 to 19. Only once during the
game did the machinists show signs
of life and that was near the end of
the first half, when the miners were
: over ten points ahead. The shops
team at that time made four baskets
within three minutes but they evi
dently overexerted themselves as their
phenomenal spurt was not repeated.
; With the exception of that once the
Mexican team had the game In their
hands at all times.
The next game will be played on
] Tuesday and a large crowd Is expect
ed to be present. The piping for the
shower baths will probably be In by
the next game and the management
stated last last night that two stoves
wilt be placed In the hall immediately
for the comfort of the spectators. The
crowd last night was large considering
that a number of other entertainments
were also taking place in Douglas.
The score at the end of the first half
was 19 to 10 In favor of the Mexican,
and In the second half the Mexican
made 23 to the 9 made by the Shops,
i The lineups were:
Mexican. Position Shops.
, Stevens R F ... Dermodv
Keene L F Dutton
(Archer C Millsj
Jones R G Barquts:
Higley L G Allen
For the Mexican team Stevens
made 8 baskets. Keene G. Hlgley3.
Jones 3 and Archer 1. One foul was:
thrown by Higley. For tho Shops.!
Duttou threw 3 baskets and 3 fouls.
Barquist 3, Dermodv 1, and Allen 1.
We have confidence
BOOSTING in Nyal's Products
OUR
BELIEF
?that's why we unhesitatingly rec
ommend this meritorious merchandise
to you.
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* In Douglas Churches *
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Lutheran Church.
Martin L. Larson, Pastor.
Sunday School at 10:00 a. m.
Church services ?t 8:00 p. m.
The Ladies* Aid meets next Thurs
j day afternoon at the parsonage in the j
j church.
All are cordialy invited.
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St. Luke's (Episcopal) Church
Rev. G. D. Christian. Priest in charge.
Divine services at 11 a. m.. with ser
mon. Subject: "The Communion of
Saints. 'Living* and Departed ? The
Meaning, the Fact, the Basis."
The public is cordially invited to
attend and join in the service.
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Congregational Church.
Re7. O. Umstead, Pastor.
! Evening service at 7:30. There will
be special music at this service.
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St. Sabba's Serbian Church.
Rev. A. Kashevaroff, rector.
Holy Liturgy, sung by full choir of
mixed voices. 9 a. m. Everyone cor
dially welcome.
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Catholic Church.
Monday, being known as All Saint'3
Day, will be observed in the Catholic
church. Services will bo held at 8 ?ud
10 o'clock in the morning and 7:45
in the evening. Father Roccati will
preach in Italian at the evening ser
vice.
SURPRISE PARTY GIVEN
ON 28TH ANNIVERSARY
TREADWELL, OcL 30.?At 8 o'clock
last evening over fifty friends of Mr.
and Mrs. Nels Anderson sprung a sur
"at homo." The occasion (or the sur
prise was the 28th anniversary of Mr.
end Mrs. Anderson's wedding. The
self-lnvltcd guests brought, lunch
enough for the party and festivities j
began. The Andersons were present- j
ed with a Havlland china dinner sot. J
fa library table and an Odd Fellow'
chain made of nuggets. The prosenta
tlon speech was made by Rer. M. L. g
Larson. Mustc and games were tho or
dor of the evening's entertainment,
and Mesdames E. NInnls. W. Baltuff
and A. Burke acted as "stewards" at
the ? lunch.
? YOU FIRST
You MUST BE SATISFIED
You will be satisfied
IF YOU USE
Nyal Family Remedies, sold on merit.
Elmer E. Smith, Front St. Druggist.
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TREADWELL. Oct. 30.?Tho Tread |
well gun club will hold Its regular
shoot tomorrow afternoon at two o'
clock at the range near tho "700"
mtll.
Robert Fox. S. B. McKenzto and
Plore De Montozon left Treadwell on
the Al-Kl this morning for the South.
Fox and McKenzie will go to their
homes in California, but Montozou
will go to Vancouver from wlcrj he
will ship for England to Join the army j
of Ihc Allies.
The City of Seattle left Seattle for
the north last night. She has 56 tons
of freight for Treadwell.
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4 COURTHOUSE NOTES 4
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Thomas Sentenced
John Thomas, who plead guilty to
the charge of larceny was this morn
ing sentenced to 15 months at Mc-'
Nelll's Island Penitentiary
Green Gets One Year.
George Green was this morning sen
tenced to one year In the federal jail
here as penalty for the stealing of
$6.05 of which ho was convicted as
tho result of his trial Tuesday.
Judge Jennings this morning took
under advisement the City's motion to
dismiss the case brought against It
by V. A. Paine, as administrator of
the estate of Andrew Peterson, who
was killed as the result of a fall from
the walk on Ferry Way a year ago.
J. H. Cobb represents tho plaintiff, _
Hellenthal & Hcllcnthal appearing for
the city.
Suit has been filed by Rene Van I
Huylenbruck against Emll Loo ten to I
recover a board bill amounting to $44
alleged to be due and unpaid. J. G. i
Held appears for tho plaintiff.
Judgment was entered this morning q
by Judge John B. Marshall for $40 In ?
favor of the platntlff In the case of S. ~
H. Milwee vs. Gust Juusola, which was 1
an action to recover attorney's fees ,
and In which the plaintiff was repre* 1
sented by George Irving. t
Notice of location of 6 lode claims
has been filed by G. M. Tharp in con* p
nection with claims located on Wind
fall creek.
FIFTH OF FUND
IS SPENT WHILE
LAWSUIT PENDS E
While the suit of Charles A. Sulzer
et al against the Treasurer of the Ter
ritory of Alaska is working its way
through the courts in the efTort to
restrain the Treasurer in the disburse
ment of moneys In the Forestry Fund
to districts other than thv/se in which
the moneys were actualy earned, war
rants have been issued froiit the Treas- j
urer's office to the amount of $12,097,
which amounts to trifle over one-fifth
of the entire fund of $60,000. The
greater part of this disbursement has
gone to the Second Division, the
Nome roads having used up all of the ?
appropriation for that section.
This morning J. G. Held as attor
ney for the plaintiffs in this suit, ask
ed for an extension of time until Mon
day morning. The request was grant
ed. J._p. Cobb represents the Terri
tory.
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ALASKA-GASTINEAU
ASKS FOR PATENTS
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Application for patent was filed to
day by the Alaska-_Gastineau Co. In *
connection with all lode claims in Sil
ver Bow Basin near the Perseverance
mine. The Land Office is also in re
cepit of the same company's appli- (
cation for patent to the A. G. mlllsite,
covered by Survey 1031. and located
about three-quarters of a mile from
the Thane post office In Sheep creek
basin.
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REHEARING MAY BE
ASKED FOR HANSEN S
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On the motion of 0. A. Tucker, the ,
sentence of Henry Hansen, who was
convicted on the charge of selling II- i
quor to natives, will not be pronounc- q
ed until Monday. Mr. Tucker announ- ,
ced this morning that he would prob
ably ask for a rehearing of the case on
the ground that some important evl- I
dence In connection with the matter ?
has come to light which was not put -
before the court. ?
MURDOCK NOT GUILTY.
On the opening of a seled verdict re
turned at 2 o'clock last night, It was
learned this morning that Albert Mur- a
dock. Indicted by the grand Jury on c
the charge of larceny from a dwell- tl
lng. had been found not guilty by a r<
jury consisting of the following men:
E. Atckison. Sh&rlcs Haley, H. Held- $?
R. Wills, Sid Hooper, J. H. Gllpatrtck, t
John Welch, J. A. Sloani. J. T. Stey- t!
ens and B. R. Leivers. The first wit- lx
ness on the stand was Leah Carllslt,
of Douglas. Murdock Is a negro.
Murdock has been in Douglas for p
several weeks and Is on leave of ab o
sence from his homestead in Alberta, H
Canada. He will return shortly. It
DESPATCH ARRIVES
With 360 tons of freight for the Al
ska-Gastinenu. tho Alaska-Juneau, and
'ouglas. tho Despatch docked hero
lis rooming at about 11 o'clock and
imaired in the channel all afternoon.
>'hile hero the Dospatch unloaded BOO
icks of salt for Petersburg, which was
ikon back on the Alki for that port,
his transfer was necessar}* owing to
10 fact that the Despatch failed to put
i at Petersburg.
Our service Is at your disposal?
hone your drup needs to Juneau
rug Co., phone 250. The Store That
as What You Want When You Want
10 26 41J
5c--DANCE--5c
Turner Hall Saturday
Ladles Free!
There Is a nice, warm clonk room
for the ladles. Boys bring your lady
and have lots of fun for littlo money.
"Now Music." 28-3t.
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Northbound.
The Dolphin in due tomorrow morn
ing at 8 o'clock.
The Despatch arrived this morning
with freight.
The City of Seattle Is scheduled to
arrive Tuesday morning at an early
i hour.
The Princess Sophia will arrive on
Tuesday evening from Vancouver.
The Jefferson leaves Seattle on the
third.
The Admiral Evans will arrive from
tho South on the 5th.
Southbound.
The Admiral Farragut is scheduled
to arrive from the westward on the
5th.
The Alameda will arrive from the
Westward at noon Monday.
The Al-KI sailed South today.
The Alliance sailed south today.
tUUKI SAXS
I LYSELL MUST
REMOVE PILES
Judge Robert W. Jennings this af
ternoon stated to William Lysel that
if ho did not remove certaiu pilings
which have been drivon on the water
front in the Casey Shattuck addition
before Tuesday morning he would be
arrested and pun 1 shod for contempt of
court. Thii; order comes as the re
sult of a suit recently instituted by
the Cftsey-Shattuck Co. against Ly
sell asking a permanent Injunction.
, After appearing on an order to show
cause Lysell failed to convince the
court of his Tight to erect the piling
which the plaintiffs claim is an ob
struction to their property, and was
ordered to remove them. Lysell claim
ed that the tide had mido it impossi
ble for him to obey the order.
PRAI8E FOR JUDGE
BUNNELL'S APPOINTMENT
The appointment of Howard John
son Atwel.1, which will be made by
Judge Bunnell on October fifteenth, Is
a good one. Mr. Atwel! is a man well
suited for the position.-.which he will
assume, and we believe that his ac
ceptance of the position of commis
sioner in the Tolovanp, precinct will
be generally popular in the new difr
trlct as it is In Fairbanks.
A man of Mr. Atwell's calibre was
essential for the position, and Judge
Bunnell's selection is a good ono and
a popular one.? (Fairbanks News
Miner.)
Drop In at Hill Drug 8tore -and try
our Hot Tamala's. The real Mexican
article. Special for Friday. Saturday
and Sunday. Our hot chocolates are
the best. 10-27-3
Nine by twelve Axmlnster rug, Or
iental deelgn( regular $37.60, today
$22.50. F. W. O'Donnall, Alaaka Fur
niture Co., phono 152.
Your feet will take care of! I
themselves In our Goodyear i
Welt shoes. B. M. BEHRENDS :
Please return to undersigned-ladles'
right, kid, cloth top, buton shoe, ex
changed for ladles' left, patent leath
er, kid top, buton shoe at Eastern
Star danc?. XYZ.Eiapiro 30-2t
CANDY OP QUALITY FOR PEOPLE
WHO KNOW THE DIFFERENCE.
We have the beet assortment of can
dles In Juneau, and we can prove It.
Auguntlna 4 Kyer'e, Victoria Choco
lates and Chocolate. Butter Crisp, $1
per lb. The Store That Has What You
Want When You V/ant It Juneau
Drug Co., phone 230-Hmmedlate deliv
ery. . . : ao 26 4t
CARD OF THANK8
W.H. Babbitt and his mother wish
to express their heartfelt thanks for
the sympathy extended In their late
bereavement through the Illness and
death of Mrs. W. H. Babbitt.
An "ad" la The Empire reaches ev
erybody.
Best by test of wear and ser
vice oar Boyer at B. M.
BEHRKND8 CO. 25-tf
ii Juneau Realty ;i
I lO Company Oi:
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ReemCm ftntm*, tor sole ? \ [
; etasafu
Be?I Hsoi Store, cheap.
\ | Saieeo for aefe.
cigar ox**
Grocery Mere, cheap.
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<' Partner wanted tor email bua- <'
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i: 174 front street ::
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f CITY BAR|
;: r^ri dodglas r=i |
;? Phone Orders Promptly f
Attended to
|| PHONE 5-4
p p the p*
royal grill
A First Class Restaurant
When In Douglas take your meals
?with na. We serve the best of
erery thing tho market affords.
Open All Hours
DOUGLAS ? ? ? ALASKA
Douglas Fish 8 Ice Co,
ORDERS TAKEN 8 DELIVERED
City Wharf SJ? Phone 407
CARLONE & MARZIK
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Tailor
Have just received 2000 Samples of
Fall and Winter Goods
ST. ASNAV. PhoaelO DOOGLAl
The FAULTLESS PHARMACY BABY WEEK j
ANNOUNCEMENT
?M*aB*aeaeHe*mae*HHr*cBmsE6Ba
Dear Madam:
Commencing on November 8th. and
closing November 14th, we pay hom
age to the "Bosss of the.House" by
holding a "BABY WEEK" - daring
which we will specially feature all
kinds of baby goods. If there Is a
baby In yoor house; if you have to
buy for the baby; "it's up to you" to
get a present for a baby?then here
Is your opportunity to select from a
complete exhibit of baby goods. Every
thing that contributes to the baby's
health, growth, comfort and pleasure
will be shown here during the week.
There will be special displays and
demonstrations of popular needed ar
ticles and new conveniences for the
baby, the Mother and the Nurse.
This promises to be one of the most
popular attractions we have ever heiJT
and we extend a cordial invitation to;
you to be present. Come and votej
for your Favorite Baby in our Popu-!
lar Baby Voting Contest.
Mothers, please furnish me photo
of your baby up to two years old, so
that they may be entered in the Con
test.
The voting contest Is FREE, no re
strictions whatever.
You do not have to buy anything in |
order to enter your Baby. I will start
THREE BANK ACCOUNTS, viz. $5, j
52.50 and $1. for the three babies re
ceiving the highest number of votes, j
Watch for advertising and further ;
detail.
Yours Very Truly,
ELMER E. SMITH.
The Front 8treet Druggist.
Douglas. Alaska
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MtPfkERS OF DOUG-AS, TREAD
WELL. JUNEAU AND THANE. LET
ME HAVE YOUR BABY'3 PHOTO.
BHfifiBHBfiiS,
Get This Straight
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ECONOMY in clothes doesn't mean
paying a low price; it means paying
enough to get high value.
In Hart Schaffner 8 Marx clothes
"enough" is S25 or more. Con
sidering what yon get in fit, style,
quality and long wear they're the
I cheapest clothes made.
The new Fall line of Varsity 600
Overcoats just recieved
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Copyright H*ftScb*Tfner &Morx |
GOLDSTEINS EMPORIUM 1
THE HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER & MARX CLOTHES AND THE EMERY SHIRT
deduced Prices on
[ROCKERY
.'o close out some odd lots and
>roken sets, we are offering
hem at genuine
BARGAINS
' or Two Days' Special Closing
Out Sale
SATURDAY AND
MONDAY ONLY
)INNER PLATES
Pennova Thistle, a beautiful thistle
design, seven-inch dinner plate, sold
regularly at $2.6b?
$1.50 Dozen $1.50
Verona white and gold, seven-inch
dinner plate, an elegant yet sensible
design, sold regularly at $3.50?
$2.65 Dozen $2.65
1REAKFAST PLATES
Verona white and gold, five-inch
breakfast plate, sold regularly at
$2.60?
$1.85 Dozen $1-85
iOUP PLATES
Pennova thistle* soup plates, sold
regularly at $1.75?
$1.35 Dozen $1.35
Verona white and gold soup plates,
sold regularly at $3.00?
$2.30 Dozen $2.30
RUIT DISHES
Verona whlto and gold, fruit dishes,
sold regularly at $1.76?
$1.25 Dozen $1.25
1ATMEAL DISHES
Pennova thistle design, sold regu
larly at $1.76?
$1.35 Dozen $1,35
:UPS AND SAUCERS
Verona white and gold teacups and
saucers, sold regularly at $4.00?
$3-25 Dozen $3.25
We will also offer a large num
er of miscellaneous dishes,
uch as tureens or covered dish
s, baking dishes, and gravy
owls, in both the Pennova
histle and Verona white and
old designs, all at greatly re
uced prices.
HASKASUFPLYCo.
33 Eastern, Corn Fed 3!
| Fresh Meat ij
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;; Home Killed Chickens 33
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:: Independent Market::
3 3 JULIUS RHE1NBERGER, Prop. 3 3
33 PHONE 119 33
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Watches, Diamonds
Jewelry, Silverware
U.Sharick^
Jeweler and
Optician
DO YOU OWN A FOUNTAIN PENT
We have the right pen for you ?
Waterman's Ideal, $2.50 and up. Ju
neau Drug Co., phone 250. Largest
stock of pens In Alaska. 10 25 4t
$32.50 genuine leather davenport
couch, loose cushions, $17.50. F. W.
O'Donnell, Alaska Furniture Co. phons
152. I K 10-27-tf
The Empire guarantees Its adver*
Users the largest clrcul&Uon of any
newspapor In Alaska. ???
Fur trimmings for ladles' dresses.
Big assortment at W. H. Cass's. tf
Every day a holiday for your
feet hi our Hanan Goodyear
Welt shoes. B. M. BEKRENDS
Co. 25-tf
A Timely !
I Saving
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33 an OFStltTVNOT to buy window shades at a 33
;; discount of 25% :;
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i green oil opaque in all stock sizes. this al- \\
sc includes to-order shades. ;;
33 ; .50 SHADES, NOW 3?^c, or two for 75c 33
31 .75 SHADES, NOW 58c 33
| 1.00 SHADES, NOW 75c 33
33 1.50 SHADES, NOW $1.12% 33
33 1.90 SHADES, NOW $1.42^ <?
33 2.25 SHADES, NOW $1.69 o
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