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AN OCULIST ON THE QUESTION OF DROPS. IT la becoming mon and mere rvkisnt that d - pe" arv Even among oculists tlM use of drip In the txtra ination of the eyes for limn la passing. Significant of this fact ta the reply made in the Philadelphia O'a.) Evening Tele paph by Dr. I.. K. Hirohbcr.:. of John Hopkins Colics*, to.u. inquiry. The doc tor answers various questions, generally of a rood leal character. In a special column published in a syndicate of papers. from thin column, the follow in* question and answer are quoted: "Cat eyes lasso-- bo fitted aa well w ithout drape as with, sen orally speak - in#T" "Very much better withoat drape, if epecialtits would only realize it. The eyee roust be kept toototally dark be tween each lens-teat, and the test must be made patiently, but quickly. The various 'atropine' drops are re sponsible for so many mistakes made by the beet oculists in rt t tin* eyeglass ? a e a Optometrists are trained specialists in the testing of eyes without drops. Robert Simpson Optometrist and Optician ? 1 We have confidence BOOSTING In Nyal'a Products OUR BELIEF ?that's why we -unhesitatingly rec ommend thle meritorious merchandise to you. I CITY BAR i| :: ran dodgias rssi ::j :: <; Phone Orders Promptly <; j Attended to i: PHONE 5-4 j; p p the p p royal grill A First Class Restaurant When in Douglas take your meals with us. We serve the best ot every thing the market affords. Open All Hours DOUGLAS ? ALA8KA I Douglas Fish & Ice Co, ORDERS TAKEN 8 DELIVERED City Wfwrf SL Phone 407 I I CARLONE & MARZIK L&die*' and Ccntltmtn'i Tailor Have ji.it received 2000 Samples 0/ Fall and Winter Goods ! ST. AJW AV. Pb?a TO DOCGLAl 1iI II I 1 III til 1 I I 111IIm III ? * *4 ? ? ALASKA DAIUT EMPIRE ? ? DouglM Branch A ? M. A. SNOW. Manager ? ? ? NOTICE in horeby given that I will not be responsible for any debts in curred by M. Marzyk in the name of the Ann of Carlone and Marzyk after Nov. 1st. MILLY CARLONE 4-2t DOOGLAS, Nov. 4. ? The Ladles' league bazaar is already for the op ening tonight The members of the League have been working hard for the pa3t two months on fancy work and Lousehould articles to be sold at the bazaar. The bazaar will also open tomorrow afternoon. Tho Eagles will hold a very inter esting meeting at their hall tomor row evening. There will probably be initiation and other important busi ness will be transacted. EXPERIENCE TEACHES You to get Best Merchandise at beat prices In this store. Why go elswhere? Elmer T. Smith, Front St. Druggist. I appreciate your patronage. THIRD BASKET BALL GAME IS ON TONIGHT DOUGLAS, Nov. 4. ? One of the hardest fought basketball games of the season will be played at the Doug Las Natatorlum tonight. The two teams will represent the Storo and Mexican departments. The Mexican won from the Shops team last Friday night and showed great speed, while tho Store team lost to the Cyanide a week ago Monday in the last three minutes of play. The teams are very evenly matched and a great game is expected. Heating stoves have been placed In tho building and everything has boon done to make the spectators comfort able. TREADWELL. Nov. 4.?Dr. G. C Mldford Is delivering one of his First Aid lectures at the Fire Hall this af ternoon at 3:45. The lecture is being illustrated by the First Aid team. These lectures are proving very pop ular and it is expected that tho audi torium of the club will be used for the work soon, as the crowds attend ing are getting too large to accom modate in the Fire Hall. The Ready Bullion and Mexican bowling teams will meet on the club alleys tonight for a series of three games in the tournament at present being played at Treadwell. Ladies of Douglas: Look in the Or pheum window, it will interest you and will interest the Orpheum. 1-lm. < YOU FIR8T You MU8T BE SATISFIED You will be satisfied IF YOU USE Nyal Family Remedies, sold on merit. Elmer E. Smith, Front St. Druggist. 1 I 1 I 1 I 1 1 I I 1 I I 1 1 I I t I I f I I I f I I ? Personal Mention + + Llout. J. C. Mehaffey. of the board of A'aaka road commissioners, ex pects to return to Valdez tomorrow on the steamship Admiral Evans. Lieut. Mehaffey was here during the visit of Col. W. P. Richardson, president of the commission. Mrs. A. Chrlstenson and little Miss Margaret Chrlstenson ? arrived on one of the recent boats and will remain in .Tuneau for the winter. Charles E. Herron, well known Re publican politician and mining pro motor, who has been eon a businoss trip to Chicago, will pass through Ju neau tomorrow on the Admiral Ev ans. returning to Seward. > William C. Freeburn of Chlch&goff ! is expected to arrive in Juneau today, to await the arrival of his family from Tacoma. E. Coggins has been spending sev eral weeks at Kakc, where he is her ring Ashing with Lloyd Bayers. He nxpects to spend the winter In Ju neau. Mrs. H. L. Faulkner, who has been visiting her mother in Aberdeen, Wash., will leave Seattle for Juneau today on the Humboldt. MRS. HA2LETON OPENS STENOGRAPHER'S OFFICE Mrs. Elizabeth C. Hozleton, an ex perienced stenographer, who recently arrived In Juneau has oponed an office as public stenographer at 421 Gold stein building. Mr. and Mrs. Hazlo ton are residing at the Cliff Apart ments. * NO MORE WIRELESS TESTS WITH EIFFEL TOWER PARIS, Nov. 4.?The French gov ernment has announced that experi mental wireless telephone messageu between the Eiffel Tower and Arling ton, Va., must cease for the present, owing to tho Interruptions caused by them of Important war messages. ATTENTION MOTHERS $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$3$ $ 3 $ DOLLARS FOR YOUR BABY $ 3 $ $ I want the photo of your $ 3 baby, In order to enter it into $ $ the contest Monday, November $ $ 6th, to 14th inlclusive. $ 3 These few dollars may mean $ 3 something big to the boy or girl 3 3 In after years; with just a little 3 3 added from time to time. Ask 3 3 any banker, how these small 3 3 amounts grow, and watch the 3 3 Mttlo tots grow. 3 3 A bank account for the three $ 3 most popular babies. Come and 3 $ enter your baby In our Popular 3 $ Baby Voting Contest?250 babies 3 3 wanted. 3 S Everybody Is entitled to one 3 $ vote each day for the week. 3 S Yours very truly, 3 3 ELMER E. SMITH, 3 3 The Front 8t. Druggist 3 5 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 33 33333 33 333333 i m n m 11 n i m i m in n i i :Money Saving Opportunity! In order to dispose of our surplus stock of Fall ?? i styles in Ladies' Coats, Suits, Gowns, Gats and Mil :: linery we will give a Genuine Closing Out Sale on these ?? :: articles, offering the Juneau public unprecidented BARGAINS! and Saturday Onlj\ t \ 11 II1 GOATS .. A swell line of ladles' coats, In '! Corduroy, Tweed and Mixtures, colors: French Blue, Nary, Green II and Brown; hav.j to be seen to j be appreciated. VAL- ir n j - UES UP TO IJAl.DU | $9.60 BXTRA AAATC! SPECIAL UlJAlS .. An extra special offering of the ! Very latest in Coats: Zibeline, I! Chinchilla cloth and Tweeds; Col 11 ors Brown. Green. Navy and black ii uiLurEos 529.50 :: EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS !! $14.70 t 1 SUITS 1 A splendid line of Ladies' Suits in Serge, French Poplins and Tweeds, Entire balance to be closed out. Colors; Navy, Black and Mixtures. VX 145.00 a? $24.90 Wooi Dresses A very nice line of Ladies' Wool Dresoes, in Serge and Poplins. Col ors; Navy. Brown, Garnet and ?r~VALUE8UP. 519.50 TO CLOSE OUT $8.75 1 SILK GOWNS III A stylish lino of plain and fancy ?? trimmed silk gowns, for afternoon I! and evening wear, in Crepe Do " Chine, Charmeuse, Taffeta and -? Poplin. Colors: Navy, Tan. Pink, Black, Green, Gray, Lavendar, ?? Light Bluo. VAL- C9A A A " UES UP TO JJdlMJU j te SI 6.65 ii Trimmed Hats |;; The entire balance of our stock of trimmed hats without regard to 71 cost, each, ;; J To Close Out SI ?; FEATHERS i! Fancy feathers of all kind sir | rtp , VALUED UP TO dl.Ze) - J To Close Out 25c ?? J During the progress of This Sale we will not offer any two i,: :: Gowns alike. Gome early as there are some of the articles of :: which we have only a few. ! PHONE 271 ,*i 111 n i n ! i m i 111 ill 11 m 111 in ii i m 11111 n in m m m i in i ?!: Cor. 2nd :: o 8 Seward ::11 EXTRA SPECIALlj RAINCOATS! RAINCOATS! RAINCOAT mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm tmmmamawmmmmmpmmmmma I We have purchased 400 Raincoats of a prominent manufacturer at a big c|t is count and | " offer same to the trade at a big saving. P IjP ^ ^ THREE DAYS SALE ONLY THURSDAY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY I llilllllllllllllllllllllill 1"! II 1 'I H-M-H-H 1 H HHi M H 11111111,1111! l/*"1'f H ? I 1 I I j- \ I:: Ladies' and Men's ff A QCJ ?; S7.50 Raincoats . . :: :: Ladies' and Men's CP QP :: :: 19.00 Raincoats . . Ladies' and Men's &/" 510.00 Raincoats . . J3??t3eJ :: ?tlr r t r t T I. I,.I . 1..I,H?M-I-M :: Ladies' and Men's : I 512.50 Raincoats . . I9C ?GlcJ .: | :: Ladies' and Men's ffffe j: I :: 515.00 Raincoats . . ; Ladies' and Men's ft 11 ft ?? 518.00 Raincoats . . ?-'-in; m m i ii i m m 11 ii 11 h 11 m 111111 ii n 11. Tin t - - - - u u u u >. Don't forget the Date. See Window Display for Values | S3 Goldstein's Emporium S Raincoats ? htpytinrtr for.everybody Raincoats J For Your Convenience I have installed a nice writ ing desk with good stationery, pens and Ink, and 1 want ev eryone to feel free to make use of It at any time. My stock of stationery, both in boxes and tablets, is the best you can get and the prices arc always right. Come In and look at It. C. ICARTWRIGHT Stationery and Office Supplies Next to Post Office ? ?+ * + + 4,4, + ,5, + + + *"f4' * * ? HOSPITAL NOTES ?> <? * + * ******* * + + * * v Alymer W. Clare was operated up on early this afternoon by Dr. L. 0. Sloano for acute appendicitis. The pa tient Is resting easily. Adolph Maratint. who was brought In from Gypsum several weeks ago with a broken arm, thfs morning had the Injured member plated and it is expected that he will soon be ablo to leave the hospital. Dr. P. J. Ma lione has .charge of the case. Mrs. Jason, a native woman of Howkan, was operated upon for ap pendicitis this afternoon by Dr. E. M. Bovis. * -> * + + * -> fr ? b SCHOOL NOTES + t" . + t* ?4-4-<< + ? + + ??? + +?> + + + + Seward Society Meets. Tomorrow afternoon in the CounfeU Chambers the regular meeting of the iigh school Seward Society will bo leld for the second time this year. An ixcellent program has been arranged or the occasion by the program com nittee working with Miss Scott as idvisor. The program will begin at ' o'clock and will be open to any out iders who may care to attend. LIBRARY MEETING NOTICE. Notice Is hereby given of the cuar erly meeting of the Library Ass'n o be hold Thursday evening. Nov. 4, t S o'clock In the Council Chambers f the City Hall. Several matters of nportancc Including the olection of president are to be taken up. Ev ryone Interested In the library and ie association, and all members of ie association are urged to attend. MRS. R. E. ROBERTSON. Sec'y. ll-2-3t.) f Fur trimmings for ladles' dresses, ?a assortment^! W. H. Case's. tf , ! 5c--DANCE--5c TURNER HALL SATURDAY } Ladles free. These dances are al ways conducted properly. Nothing al lowed at my hall thnt would mar the feelings of the most fastidious. I t reserve the right to reject the patron ? age of anyone. I have the best dance floor in Juneau and the best music. | These Saturday night dances have be come as popular as they were last season. Come early and enjoy a pleas ant evening. R. L. Turner, Mgr. (ll-4-3t) ALTAR 80CIETY MEETS TOMORROW. There will bo a regular meeting of the Altar Society of the Catholic church tomorrow afternoon at 2 o' clock at the resldenco of Mrs. J. L#. Gray, 638 Seward street. ATTENTION. Scottish Rite Masons. A special meeting of Alaska Lodge of Perfection, No. 1, Is called at Odd Fellows' hall, Juneau, at 3:00 p. m. tonight (Wednesday), November 3, 1915, for tho consideration of an emergency which has arisen. All Scottish Rite Masons are urged to be present. F. B. HYDER. V.M. No. 13'i4-A tUMMONS In tho District Court for the District of Alaska, Division No. 1. At Juneau. Annie Jones, Plaintiff vs William Jones, Defendant. To William Jones, Defendaut, Greet ing: In the Name of the United States of America, you are hereby command ed, by virtue of an order directing tho publication of this summons, dated September 2 Id, A. D. 1915, to be and appear in the above entitled court holden at Junoau In said Division and District, and answer the complaint filed against you in the above entitled action, within thirty days from the date of the service of this summons and a copy of tho said complaint against you, and if you fail so to ap pear and answer, for want thereof, the plaintiff will take Judgment against you for dissolution of the bonds of matrimony, and will apply to the court for the relief demanded in ; sail complaint, a *copy of which Is1 served herewith. Order for publication of summons dated September 23rd, 1915; time of publication six weeks; time within which defendant Is required to answer j the complaint, thirty days from and after completion of publication. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and nfllxcd the seal of the above court this 23rd day of September, A. D. 1915. (SEAL) J.-W. BELL, Clerk. 9-23.30?10-7.14,21,28- 11-1. QUICK SHOE REPAIRING?L. Teppa Export Sho Repairing. 174 Front Street. Complete line of men's work ing shoes. 1-mo. For Holiday Presents?Fura Moc casins and Baskets of all kinds, at reduced market prices. Will's Store. ATTENTION. Scottish Rite Masons. A special meeting of Alaska I^odge of Perfection, No. 1, Is called at Odd Fellows' hall, Juneau, at 8:00 p. m. tonight (Wednesday), November 3, 19115. for the consideration of an emergency which has arisen. All Scottish Rite Masons are urged to be present. F. B. HYDER, V.M. HARDWARE STORES WILL CHANGE BUSINESS HOUR8 On and after Monday, Nov. 8th, 1915, the following stores will open for business at 8 a. m. and close at a p. m. and will remain open on Sat urday ovenlngs until 8 p. m. only. C. W. YOUNG CO., JUNEAU HARDWE. CO, ALASKA SUPPLY CO. GASTINEAU HDWE CO. (11-2-51) A nnap for even a dealer, large Col 1 onlal dresser, French beveled plate inlrror 30 x 36 Inches, regular $46.00, today and tomorrow, $20.75; also two-style brass beds, with elastic felt mattress and spring, regularly priced $48.00, today and tomorrow, the whole outfit for $25.00. See these in our window, step Inside and let me know, squarely, whether you ever saw fur niture as cheap In Juneau before. We need your opinion as well as your mpney. You try us. Everybody Is doing it Remember, your credit Is good. F. W. O'Oonnell. Alaska Fur niture Co., phone 152. 11-3-tf Fresh Petersburg shrimps Just re ceived.. A dainty morsel. None bet ter. Try them. Nice for refreshments at luncheon parties. Morris Fish Mar ket, 112 2nd St., phone 199. 11-1-tf Mm. Elizabeth C. Hazleton, public stenographer, 421 Goldstein BIdg., res idence. No. 15 Cliff Apts., resldenco phono 209. ll-4-6m | EXPERIENCED restaurant woman, cook or waiter, desires situation. Will do housework or chamber work. Call at Orpheum Hotel. ll-3-3t FOR RENT ? Modern flvo-rooni house, furnished, phone 3103. 3-3t LOST ? Curved, gold handled um brella about month ago. Notify Box 429, Eouglas. Reward. ll-3-2t Anyone having "a La Graff" cock tall bottles will pleaso return same to Graffs Oyster House. Corner Front and Franklin. 1-wk. Balloons at Britts, 5c each. The Alaska Grill ;? b I; FULL ORCHESTRA MUSIC !' DURING PINNER HOUR ;; THE BEST APPOINTED PLACE : ? ? ? ? IN TOWN <> < j> < Best of Everything Served < I" I Eastern, Corn Fed 33 I Fresh Meat f ;; Home Killed Chickens 3 I ,? AND i> i ? O Fresh Home Made Sausage 33 33 Every Day J J < > ===== < ? < ? < ? ii independent Market i: i ; I JULIUS RHF.INBEP.CER. Prop. \ J 3! PHONE 119 33 Watches, Diamonds Jewelry, Silverware I.J.Sharidi^f^, Jeweler end OpilcUa IA REAL SNAP!] CUT CARPETS! 0 ? ? Many different patterns to select from. These carpets 2 ? stand far above the general run of carpets offered else- | where at their regular price- They come in rich Velvets, <> Body Brussels, Tapestrys, Axmiiwters. Made to fit any size | room with hand sewing and carpet paper included, at a dis- | I count of 25% ? ? <* $1.25 Yd., 8 wire Tapestry, NOU 93y4c YD. I $1.50 Yd., 10 wire Tapestry, NOW $1.12 ?/2 YD. ? $2.20 Yd-, Body Brussels, NOW $1.65 YD. ? $1.70 Yd., Axminister, NOW $1.22'/2 YD. % Z $1.25 Yd., Velvet, NOW $ .93^ YD. X $135 Yd., Velvet, NOW $1.01 Va YD. X $1.70 Yd., Velvet, NOW $1.27 ?/2 YD. X 1 B. M. BEHRENDS CO., Inc. |