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33 is to eliminate the dirt, dust and germs, making the home 31
3! sanitary and comfortable, by using an 33
I ELECTRIC VACUUM CLEANER
t You can run your sewing machine for one-fourth of 33
J a cent per hour. Life is too short to use up your energy 3 3
% in this way when you can secure electric power so cheaply.
IIRON With ELECTRICITY jj
? It saves fuel, time and labor. It is cleaner than other fuels, 3 3
? and absolutely guarantees an even, regular temperature, 33
(thus making smoother, better work.
Alaska Electric Light and Power Co.;
Christmas Is Coming. There Is
nothing more appropriate for a
Christmas gift than cne of Andrews'
Alaska photographs. For Sale by the
Owl Drug Co.. 2d and Seward sts,
Jur.eau. 24-tf.
You saw it flrst in The Empire.
| LEARN TO DANCE.
TURNER DANCING ACADEMY.
Mrs. Alice Fyfe, Instructor.
Do not be timid about starting,
i There Is no one in the hall but you
|and the teacher during your lesson
; hour. Office open from 10 a. m. to
9 p. m.. phone 275. 11-20-tf
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The Famous Waterfill and Freazier Whiskies.
Moving pictures every eve. 8 to 12 o'clock
E. S. HOLDEN. MANAGER
IF YOU ARE PARTICULARLY INTERESTED IN THE PRICE AND
QUALITY OF YOUR BUTTER AND EGGS. YOU WILL CALL AT Gl
VANETTI'S. YOU WILL ALSO FIND A SPECIAL PRICE ON DRY
GOODS OF ALL KINDS. A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE YOU.
PHONE 385 J. M. GIOVANETTI Prompt Service
| FINE POULTRY
Will (r?*h and cured meat*-Government In?p?cl?d. Try our Wild Ro?? Lari
^rye-Bruhn Market
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NORTHWESTERN
BRINGS RECORD
CARGOTO JUNEAU
With the largest cargo of freight ev
er brought to Juneau by a passenger
carrying vessel, the steamship North
western, of the Alaska Steamship
Co., arrived In port from the south at
9 o'clock last night. She Is in com
mand of Captain Charles O'Brien, of
tho Mariposa, who is making his tlrst
trip since the Mariposa met with her
accident at Bella Bella soven weeks
ago. Edward E. B. Morgan Is purs
er of tho Northwestern, rollevlng Clem
H. Shephard, who yesterday was mar
ried in Seattle.
The Northwestern has between six
and seven hundred tonB of miscellan
oub freight for-Channel ports, and was
at Thane today, discharging.
The liner Is not billed to proceed
west to Seward until tomorrow morn
ing, and may not get away until Into
in the afternoon. Her cargo for S. W.
Alaska ports consists of 1300 tons of
freight.
Passengers for Juneau from Seattle
included Mrs. C. F. Richardson. Mrs.
Alico Shorrod, Carl Lindquiat, Lawr
ence Wendell, Walter Anderson. Ed
die Anderson, Elisabeth Goodrich, J.
L. Skog, W. F. Skog and wife, Maur
lele Skog, Wm. Lee, Mrs. Leo. Anne.
Kate, George and Dewey Leo, W. P
White, C. M. Barrott, A. Greenbaum,
Alice M. Clark, Wm. Sltgler, J. Dawl
ing, Sadie Fisher, Mrs. Edna West, E.
Lebber, G. Richmond, Miss L. A.
Chard, Miss A. Miller, F. A. Clarke,
Mrs. N. F. Gilkey, N. Raltl, J. W. Hol
aham, J. M. Murray, M. M. Ellch B.
Vercome, J. Goodman, W. F. Carpen
ter and George R. Noble .
Among the passengers for Cordova
are George Kennedy, L. F. Bates, H.
H. Reynolds, Mrs. H. A. Slater and
Tom Harmon. Mr. and Mrs. H. S.
Wilson, Mrs. T. W, Secrest, A. B.
Gray and H. E. Young are Seward pas
sengers. and W. L. Mooney and Chris
Peterson aro aboard for Valdez.
COURT NOTES
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Trustee Sues.
V. A. Paine, as trustee In bank
ruptcy tor the Kake Trading & Pack
ing Company, has filed suit against
the Kake Packing Company and tho
Sanborn Cutting Company, charging
that the defendants have wilfully and
knowingly disposed of properties of
the bankrupt company, knowing it
to be bankrupt, and for the purpose
of defrauding the creditors of said
bankrupt company. A Judgment was
entered in August 1914 for tho sum
of $10,333.31 against the bankrupt
company, and this Is alleged to be
unsatisfied.
Gunnison & Roberta appearing for
the plaintiff, ask that either the trans
actions alleged to have been made by
the defendant companies be declared
null and void or that the defendant
companies be required to pay the
debts of the bankrupt organization.
Sues For Note.
Suit has been filed by James Tracey
of the United States FIdolty & Guar
anty Company against Dr. William
Palllster and Pearl Pallister to recov
er $250 alleged to be due on a note.
Gunnison & Robertson represent the
plaintiff.
Appeal Case Begins.
An appeal in the case of George
Meyers vs Mike George is on in the
District Court today. This matter is
an old one and has been hanging fire
in the courts since 1913 when a Judg
ment was entered for $242.50 in the
Commissioner's court, in favor of
Mike George.
Personal Injury Suit.
Christ Jensen has filed suit against
the Alaska Gastineau Company
through his attorneys. John Rustgard.
and Arctnnder & Jacobson. and asks
damages to the amount of $25,000 for
injuries alleged to have been received
as the result of the negligence of the
mining company in ordering him to
work in a pit over the top of which
loose boards were piled. Jensen
claims that on April 29th of this year,
while working in this pit, several
boards fell upon him and broke and
crushed his spino and that he is there
by permanently disabled.
GUSTAFSON WINS SUIT
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John Gustafson, the defendant in
the case of Crowe vs Gustafson, was
the winner of the suit which has been
on trial in the district court during
the past three days as the result of
an automobile accident on the Thane
boulevard last summer. Crowe asked
for $1200 damages and charged that
Gustafson had wilfully forced him to
drive his machine over the edge of
the roadway, thereby causing the ma
chine to be destroyed. Among the
witnesses in the case were Leo R.
Hain, A. B. Dodd. and the plaintiff and
defendant. The Jury before whom the
case was tried was composed of the
following men: J. A. Sloan, J. T.
Stephens, H. T. Tripp, J. F. Mullen,
Charles Haley. Fred H. Smith, F. N.
Butters. F. A. Case. James Joyce, C.
E. Lund, Rolla Davis and A. M.
White.
CHASES WIFE INTO
HOTEL; TEN DAYS
FOR GUN TOTING
S. A. Corder, a painter, was this
morning sentenced by Magistrate E.
W. cPttit to serve ten daj'B in the
city Jail as penalty for carrying con
cealed weapons. Corder said ho
bought the weapon, an automatic re
volver, while he was intoxicated, and
that he did not know what he was
doing.
Although it was not of record in
the proceedings today, it is declared
that Corder Sunday night chased his
wife out of their home. The woman
took refuge in a hotel, and said that
her husband had threatened to kill
her. Her huRband followed, but was
denied permission to search the ho
tel. He then was arrested.
KENDH1CK & FERTE
Expert Sign Writers
Our Show Cards Bring Business.
DR. FANNIE WAITE
Eyesight specialist?Valontino Block.
1texaBC.($tdefrgis<s,
Side headache, biliousness, piles and
bad breath are usually causca by inac
tive bowels. Get a box of Rexall
Orderlies. They act gently and effec
tively. Sold only by us at 10 cents.
Elmer E. Smith, Douglas
Wm. Britt, Jifaeau
TEAM NO. EIGHT
BREAKS RECORDS
AND LEADS LEAGUE
Jameson's team, or No. 8, Is tn flrst
place In the ElkB' bowling tournament,
getting to the top of the heap by mak
ing two tournament records In a series
game with Captain Metcalfe team last
night. No. 8 rolled the highest slnglo
game of the tournament, with 870, and
got the highest score for three games,
2419.
Tho scores were as follows:
Team No. 8.
Jameson 138 186 166? 490
0. C. Winn ... ... 147 180 143? 470
Sargent 168 177 163? COS
Steffgen 168 175 155? 488
McNaughton 168 152 143? 436
Totals <79 870 770 2419
Team No. 6.
Metcalf 127 110 167? 394
KaRer 167 183 189? 539
Bathe .. 163 165 145? 473
Berger 157 112 119? 388
McLoughlin 180 148 163? 491
Totals 794 718 773 2285
Captain Zlegler's Barristers defeat
ed Captain Hcnsel's Squabs by only
three pins In a series rolled Sunday.
The first game of the Barristers' ser
ies camo nearly being a record:
Team No. 4.
Ziegler 171 169 171? 511
Lavenlk 188 142 168? 498
Dickinson 214 151 174? 539
strong 152 113 141? 406
Hendricks 122 104 104? 330
Ttotals 847 679 758 2284
Team No. 2.
Hemel .? 186 140 133? 459
Smith i 170 190 141? 510
King 145 197 173? 615
Btoomgren 113 118 141? 372
Warner 132 121 172? 425
Totals 746 775 760 2281
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Harry I. Lucas, paying teller In the
n. M. Behrends bank expects to
leave this week for Seattle, to visit
at the home of his mother over Christ
mas.
Mrs. Alice Sherrod of Indianapolis
arrived last night, on her way to Sit
ka where she will make her home with
a son.
Mrs. C. T. Richardson of Hoonah Is
at the Oastlncau hotel.
W. C. Irish, bookkeeper at Eagle
river, Is registered at the Circle C'ty
hotel.
Mrs. N. P. Gllkey returned on the
Northwestern last night from Seattle.
Miss Crystal Snow, teacher of the
Third Grade, Is confined to her room
at the home of G. C. Winn, and has
been 111 for several days with la
grippe.
Mrs. C. H. Passclls Is In Seattle,
where she Is receiving treatment for
an affliction of the eye. She Is report
ed to bo Improving rapidly and Is ex
pected to return to Juneau soon.
ELKS' PUBLICATION.
"SPLATTERS," REACHES
THE EMPIRE OFFICE
Volume 1, Number 1, of "Splatters,"
which Juneau Lodgo No. 420, B. P. 0.
Elks will nubtiiiii -???>' month, has
reached The Empire's exchange desk.
The first editor Is Los Mershon, whose
nickname In Elkdom Is "FItz," by reas
on of the peculiar likeness he bears
to the Ruby Robert of prize-ring fame.
"FItz" wrote some editorials, some
Christmas Cheer, boosted the Elks'
bowling tournament and wound up
with a promise for "more In the next
Issue." "Splatters" Is alright.
TRAVEL FROM MINE
NORMAL AGAIN WITH
STAGES ON SCHEDULE
A. H. Humpheries' wlntor stage ser-;
vlco to the Perseverance mine . and
othor Basin points is now providing
a regular schedule and the travel to
Juneau from the mine, which slacken
ed up considerably when the automo
biles wero unable to make the trip,
owing to snow, 1 snow normal again.
Tho Humpheries stages leave Bur
ford's corner twice dally, tho first
trip at 10:30 a. m., and the second trip
at 10:00 p. m. Two trips are made
from the mine daily. Packages and
freight also are carried at reasonable
rates.
J. F. HURLEY TO
SUCCEED TOM COLE
AS COURT LIBRARIAN
James F. Hurley will be appointed
by Judge Robert W, Jennings to suc
ceed Thomas Cole as librarian at the
United States courthouse, It was
learned today. Mr. Hurley formorjy
was employed In the offices of the
Alaska Oastineau mining company at
tho Perseverance mine, but for the
past two months has been working at
Jualln. He arrived In the city yes
terday and will assumo his new duties
probably Saturday. Mr. Cole will
leave for Seattle, on his way to his fu
ture home In Watorvlllo, Wash., on
tho steamship City of Seattle.
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GAS BOAT TILLACUM.
for Funter Bay. Kllllsnoo and Warm
Springs Bay. Leaves tho City float,
Juneau, next Tuesday, Dec. 14, at 81
a. m. 12-7-lw
Empire want ads get results.
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Charles Folsom, a miner, is in the <
hospital with a severe attack of la <
grippe. He is under the care of Dr. J
L. 0. Sloane. 4
Mrs. E. C. Jameson was taken to the 4
hospital Sunday night also a victim <
of la grippo, and is being attended by J
Dr. L. O. Sloane. 4
W. A. Rugg 1s under Dr. H. C. De- <
Vighno's care at the hospital, and is <
also on the la grippe list. <
J. C. Headman was taken to the J
hospital last night after being 111 <
several days of la grippe. Dr. E. M. <
Bevis has charge of the case. <
Mrs. M. S. Whittier who is in the
hospital with typhoid fever Is reported
as slightly improved this morning.
Mrs. H. LaFrance is steadily recov
ering from sovere burns roceived In
an explosion last week.
I. Davldovlch, of Perseverance, was
operated upon this morning by Dr. L.
0. Sloane for appendicitis. He is re
ported as resting easily.
Magnus Johnson was taken to the
hospital this morning as the result
of a slight Injury to his foot. His ac
cident was not serious.
GEORGE R. NOBLE
REVISITS JUNEAU
George 11. Noble, organizer and pio
motor of the Hallum Construction Co.,
returned on the Northwestern last
night from Seattle, where he lias mado
his homo for sorao time. Mr. Noble
Is registered at the Gastineau. He is
here on private business.
Mr. Noble nearly a year ago signed
over his holdings In the Hallum com
pany and now has no connection with
the squabble Into which the Martin
forces and the Hallum forces have
been plunged. Mr. Noble a year ago i
organized the Noble Metals company
of Seattle and has devoted his atten
tion to that company since he left
Juneau.
The world was not made in a day,
but you can buy a Xmas present in a
minute, one that will be a pleasure
to tho whole family, nothing more
gratifying than a Victor, Columbia or
Edison phonograph, or a bunch of late
records?any of the above would be
acceptable.
JUNEAU MUSIC HOUSE.
ADVERTISED LETTERS
Lettars remaining unclaimed in the
Postoffice at Juneau. Alaska on De
cember 7. 1915. Parties wishing the
same should call for ADVERTISED
LETTERS and give date of list.
E. L. HUNTER", P. M.
Adaras, E. C.: Abboy. Mrs.; Ander
son, H.; Best, John; Brenzel, J. M.;
Brown, Mrs. P. A.; Cooley, Mrs. Jas;
Carlson Miss Vivian; Carlson, Oscar;
Caldwell, Jay; Chase, B.; Dickie;
Digoviite, M. W.; Faricello, Nicola;
Fremming. Marshall: Gilkey, Mrs. Bet
ty (2); Halllngstad, Magnus, Haze,
Stella; Howe. Capt. Geo. A.; Hulen,
Miss Gussie; Jokich, Dyjro; Knogth,
Tommy; Lee, Leonard; Llndquist, Bill
McMillan, Mrs. W. C.: McKonzie, Fred
McKnlgbt, Chas.; Mackenzie, Dan.;
J.; McEwan, James; McAllister, L.;
Murray, Miss Edith; Hill, Alexander;
Myers, Mrs. Lilly; OpBal, Harold;
Palm, Charlos, Rudolph, Lena; Reed,
Thos. J.; San, Henry: Spaulding, B.
T.; Sampson, Patrick; Smith. Arch;
Smith, A. A.; Smith, George; Tomo
vlch, Vuko; Tibbs, W. E.; Thorpe, Os
car N.; Tanne, Lulu; Vajun, Martin;
Varloy, Miles V.; Vukovich. Stevan;
Wilson. Wm. M.: Williams, J. H.;
Webb. John; Wall Tom.
A big line of new books for chil
dren and grown-ups that are sure to
give satisfaction and pleasure to who
ever reecives one of them at C. E?
Cartwright's. ll-6-3t
JUNEAU'S TOY I
HEADQUARTERS
We are ready with a display of Holiday Goods such
as Alaska has NEVER BEFORE SEEN * ? % *
Mechanical Toys
Gaines
Pianos
Engines
Autos
Battleships
Tool Chests
Elevators
Piledrivers
Stoves
Gas Ranges
Gas Boats
Printing Presses
Animals
Water Towers
Am. Model Builders
Wash Sets
Washing Machines
Guns, Horses
Horns, Flutes
Dolls
Windmills
Kitchen Cabinets
Dishes
Drums
Blocks
Paints, Etc.
IN FAG , a thousand-and-one things too numerous
to mention. A visit to this Wonderland
will astonish you
B. M. BEHRENDS CO. Inc.
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Capital, SurPlus and Undivided Profits over.. 100,000.00
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OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS UNTIL 8:00 O'CLOCK
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