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ALASKA DAILY EMPIRE
PUBLISHED BY THE EMPIRE PRINTING COMPANY
JOHN W. TROY. Editor and Manager
SUBSCRIPTION RATE8:
One year, by mail. In advance - 110.00
Six month*, by mall, tn advance, 5.00
Per month, delivered ________ 1.00
Entered aa second-class matter November 7. 1911
at the postofflce at Janeau, Alaska, under the Act of
March S, 1879.
WORK FOR JUNEAU1TES
%
The suggestion for the formation of a civic club to
be composed of Juneau business men and taxpayers to
work In connection with the City Council and other civic
organizations for the progressive advancement of Ju
neau's best interest is timely. It possesses the quality
of common sense and sound business judgment. There
Is not a legitimate business in Juneau that does not
depend for full measure of success as much upon com
munity development as It does upon Individual effort.
The further suggestion, that au adequate supply of
pure water Is one of the matters that such an organiza
tion could aid the City Council in securing for the city.
Is sanely sensible. If the men who are used to doing
big things take proper. interest In this and other mat
ters, they can materially aid the municipal government
In many ways. They can assist it In getting good bar
gains for the city, and in securing the advice and using
the knowledge of more men who know.
As further suggested, there are many other things
that such an organization could do in backing up and
working with the City government, the Commercial
Club?and other organizations that would work for the
city's good.
The development of Juneau and Gasticeau channel
to the fullest extent warranted by the conditions that
surround us is a matter that concerns every business
man. property owner and resident on the channel. Ev
ery business man should consider community develop
ment as one of the important branches of his individual
business. It is an important branch of It, and the one
that promises the greatest returns for the time and ef
fort devoted to it. There is absolutely nothing that
counts so much for individual profit and progress as
united, co-operative community action for the common
good.
Much has been said in Alaska about the "Seattle
spirit." The real "Seattle spirit" means simply that
Seattle business men risked everything upon the growth
and development of their city. That is what we need
here. Let every Gastineau channel man risk every
thing that he has and hopes to have upon the growth
and development of the community. The resources,
strategical position and trend of the times arc all In
conspiracy to make a great city here. There is none on
the channel who cannot make more by developing the
city than he can in any other way. The marvels wrought
by the "Seattle spirit" are the proofs. Let us develop
a "Gastineau channel spirit." Let us make Juneau as
big as we can. and the finest city of her size in the
West We can do it
OUR SPURIOUS VOTERS
In support of his contention that the United States
should have universal military training. Col. Roosevelt
says that "the citizen who does not fit himself to fight
for the country is not entitled to vote In deciding that
country's policy."
By this the Colonel means that only those who
serve time In the army should be permitted to vote.
Too bad. isn't it. that we did not discover this be
fore? Here is the United States, nearly 140 years of
age. grown from thirteen struggling colonies of 3.000,
000 people to 48 States and three Territories of more
than 100.000.000 Inhabitants and she has been governed
mostly throughout all that time by people who were not
of right entitled to vote! We have even had Presi
dents?Jefferson, the Adamses. Madison, Monroe, Van
Buren, Tyler, Polk, Buchanan, Johnson, Arthur, Cleve
land, Taft and Wilson?who never had military training,
and, of courso, wcro not rightly quallfiod to voto. let
alone beinr fit to guard the destinies of a Nation! All
of our Chief Justices?Marshall, Taney, Chase, Puller,
White and the others?should never have been permit
ted to cast a ballot at an Amorlcan election! Llkewlso
great Secretaries of State?Clay and Webster, and Mar
cy, and Black, and Seward, and Washburn, and Evarts,
and Blaine, and Bayard, and Root, and Lansing and
others.
Then think of Alaska! Our Delegate, disqualified
to vote; Juneau'? Mayor, her Councllmen, School Direc
tors, bankers. merchants, lawyers and physicians, her
mechanics, clerks, and capitalists, hor muckers, preach
ers, and editors?spurious voters, all of them!
FEAR IS OF SPECULATION
The Boston News Bureau, commenting on the sit
uation that will be presented to the American people
with the coming of the New Year, says;
"Statistics that will be presented with the
new year cannot fail to create enthusiasm.
This will finally be reflected in the security
markets. The danger Is that the buying dis
position cannot bo controlled."
It Is certainly a happy situation when, after eight
years of a downward tendency in business and finance,
that it Is feared thdt the people will discover that times
are so good that they will be unable to control their
enthusiasm.
The question of a full form of Territorial govern
ment Is one that Involves both business and American
principles. The lack of local authority in Alaska Is
retarding the development of the Torrltory, and Ameri
can principles demand self-government for tho Territory.
Those who are opposing full Territorial form of gov
ernment are holding back Alaskan progress and devel
opment, and they are opposing the best American sen
| timent.
There is ono great, fundamental difference between
President Wilson and former President Roosevelt on
the question of National preparedness. President Wil
son plans a strictly volunteer army Including reserves.
Roosevelt favors compulsory universal service. The
difference is that between a democracy and militaristic
imperialism. Tho other former President, Mr. Taft, sup
ports the position of President Wilson, of course.
The Petersburg Report complains because the "Ju
neau papers" discovered "an anarchistic society with
headquarters at Petersburg of which Krause was the
head." Don't say "papers." The Empire's only refer
ence to the story was to deny it. Nor did Tho Empire
contain the story of the English battleship searching
for reservists, nor the devil club story..
"There's a reason" for The Colonel's desire for the
United States to enter the war in Europe. It is fur
nished by the interview given Sydney Brooks, New York
correspondent of the London Timoa and London Mail.
The Colonel wanted to lead 12,000 "Rough Riders" into
the carnage.
One of the first and most Important steps in the
movement for co-operation in community development
on Gastincau channel will be the extension of the muni
cipal limits of Juneau at the election December 20. Let
us all get in step in the march of progress.
Altogether, this situation presents lots of oppor
tunities for troublo. as long as there are countries that
are willing to cause trouble in order to satiate desire
for expansion and profits.
The duty not only devolves upon tho United States
*;o be prepared to be her own defendor, but she must
be prepared to be a big brother for Latin America.
The Administration policy aims as far from a career
of militarism as it does from ono of vandalism.
I GROCERIES AND |
METfSGOODS !
j Alaska-Gastineau Mining Co. I
THANE, ALASKA
When Ordering Beer
== INSIST ON =====
RAINIER PALE
^ j
* If YOU'RE LOOKING fOR THE nni ?
; BEST H0TE1, You're looking for I lie LiaSlineaU t
* Hot and cold water, phone, large clothes closets each room. Just ?
V around the corner from every place of Importance. o
| ALASKA MEAT COMPANY |
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS
% Manufacturers of all kinds of Sausages. Our Hams and t
* Bacon are Home-Smoked. %
TWO SMALL FIRES
CALL DEPARTMENT
At 6:30 last night the Are depart
ment was called out by a chimney
blaze in Thomns Hanson's cabin on
5th an<l Gold streets. The blazo was
extinguished in a few moments and
before any damage was done.
At almost exactly the same time
this morning the department was call
ed again, this time to put out a brush
flro which had started on the hill
side back of the Alexander apart
ments and which had probably been
started by a match or clgarct thrown
into tho grass by someone coming
down the troll from the Alaska-Juneau
mine. Although a considcarble area
of brush was consumed, no serious
damage was done.
Chief Sim Frelman of tho fire de
partment urges that unusual precau
tion be taken against flreB at the pres
ent time, and states that there is spe
cial danger now on account of the
wind and the fact that tho whole city
is as dry as tinder. Two fire wardens
were on duty lost night and will pa
trol the residence section as long as
the high wind lasts.
NOTICE.
There will be no more lessonB given
at Turner Dancing Academy until af
ter the holidays. The popular Satur
day night dances will be given as us
ual. Tho hall Is for rent for dances
and entertainments, etc., a1 erason
able pdices. 11-tf
DANCE AT K-C HALL
A very enjoyable dancing party was
held in K. of C. hall last night by the
young ladles of the Catholic church.
About twenty couples were present.
Refreshments were Berved.
Come and see the beautiful and use
ful Christmas gifts in "Pyralin Ivory"
on display at Winn's Prescription
Pharmacy ? "The Store Around the
Corner"?113 2d St. phone 3 (11-20-tf
Dress Up for the Holidays
j ? ADLER'S COLLEGIAN CLOTHES
WE NOW HAVE THE LATEST STYLES IN THESE CLOTHES [
WE SELL THE DUTCHESS TROUSERS?$1 a Rip and 10c a Button
H.J. RAYMOND CO. P_ =====J
T BANK IN ALASKA
THE 8. M. BEHRENDS BANK
Condensed statement of conditions at cibse of business
Nov. 10,1916 (as reported to the Territorial Banking board)
RESOURCES
Loans and Discounts $ 615,293.38
Overdrafts None
IBank Building, Furniture and Fixtures.. 46,705.98
United States and Other Bonds * 190,194.75
Cash and Due From Banks ^ 441,172.64
$1,293,366.75
LIABILITIES
Capital - - - 50,000.00
Surplus and Undivided Profits 51,109.29
Deposits ? ?1,191,257.46
Automobiles
Tires and Tabes
of all sizes,
Tire Accessories 4
of all kinds,
Cement,
Cementless Pat
ches,
Skid Chains,
Driving Gauntlets,
Bumpers,
Brake Lining,
. Tire Pumps,
Electric Auto
Lamps,
Fittings,
Electric Cigar
Lighters,
Oils,
Greases,
Paints, etc.
Ford and Overland Agencies
Complete Stock of Ford
Parts and Accessories.
Union Iron Works
Better try a "DuBty Rhode," that
different chocolate, at THE ROLYAT.
Taylor Candy Co., Seward street.?
I U-30-tf.
Classified Advertisements
PHV8ICIAN0 and 8URGCON8.
Dr. Bevis, phono 1172. 11-16-tf.)
DR. L. 0. SLOANE
Office Phono 18
House Phono 297
? -
8H0E MAKEn8.
cnrr DOCK SHOE SHOP?Expert
shoe Ticker, shoes of all kinds neatly
repaired, only first class material
uaed; w.irk called for and delivered,
phone 21)4. 6m.
LOO CABIN SHOE SHOP. 324 east
third street Children's shoes soled
and heeled, 70c; Men's shoes soled
and heeled, $1; Men's Boots heeled
ard soled, 21,26; Ladles' shoes soled
and heeled, 90c; Ladle's shoes heeled
without soles, 35c. Just starting In
business. Give mo a call. Seattle
prices.
- ft EDMONDS. Prop. 12-10-lmo
TURKISH BATHS
HILLSIDE BATH HOUSE?Turkish
Necdlo, steam, athower and tub baths,
dry and steam heat, 218 Front St.,
phone 163. lMQtf.
CITY BATHS. Steam, shower, tub
and Turkkh baths. Emma E. Burke,
proprietress, 329 Front Street, phone
316. lM5-tf
FASHIONABLE DRE88MAKING
All of the latest and most artistic
designs. Thoroughly experienced and
competent dressmaker. Mrs. M. Has
lam, room 12, Maloney Bldg. Thone.
341. 9-10-6n?
SECOND HAND FURNITURE.
SECOND HAND FURNITURE?The
Exchanrc, opposite Circle City Hotel,
will buy, sell or exchange anything in
the furniture line. All kinds of repair
ing, manufacture mattreBses and fur
niture. 12-1-tf
WANTED?Miscellaneous
WANTED?To take care of fires
for 112.00 per month. Enquire at Em
pire. 12-10-tf.
WANTED ? Japanose boy wants
housework; good cook; work by day
or hour. Owl restaurant. 12-10-tf
WANTED?A competent shoemaker,
Inquire J. E. Johnson, opposito Bohr
ends' store. 10-41
LOST AND FOUND
LOST ? Pocket book containing
$290. Fifty dollars reward. Call J. R.
Farrell, Ala.skan hotel, or W. H. Case.
LOST?Pair child's eye glasses
somowhero between Junenau Iron
Wks and Alaska-Juncau Wharf. Find
er return to Alaska Supply Co. and
receive reward. 6-tf
"Safety First." Then a "Mozart"
' Cigar, mild Havana 121-Q0-6t.
SHINGLER wanted, on con- j|
3 tract. A. H. Humpheries, 111 KB
Seward SL 4-tf ?
I The Modern Way
? , ,
I is to eliminate the dirt, dust and germs, making the home
sanitary and comfortable, by using an
f ELECTRIC VACUUM CLEANER
You can run your sewing machine for one-fourth of
a cent per hour. Life is too short to use up your energy
in this way when yor. can secure electric power so cheaply.
I| IRON With ELECTRICITY
It saves fuel, time and labor. It is cleaner than other fuels,
and absolutely guarantees an even, regular temperature,
thus making smoother, better work.
<
;j Alaska Electric Light and Power Co.
?
HEATERS
just received a New and Complete
Line Round Oak and Economy Heaters.
We offer you an assortment of Fif
teen Different Styles and Sizes.
A look at our stock will convince
you of their superiority. } ? - f
C. W. YOUNG COMPANY
Classified Advertisements
MONEY LOANED
on personal property, diamonds, jew
elry, notes and bonds. All business
strictly confidential J. Plant, broker
and Jeweler, 64 Front 81 9-2-tf)
ROOMS FOR RENT _
CLEAN, Well ventilated rooms?the
best in Juneau; 2Gc, 25c, and 50c, at
the Central Rooming Houc, Front
Street. tl
FOR RENT?Nicely furnished room 6
steam heat; hot bath any time. $20.00 "
for on? person or $26.00 for two. Ad
dross P. C. Box 473. 11-5-tf. 1
- *3
FOR RENT ? Newly furnlahed
housekeeping rooms $8.00 and $10.00
per month. Seavlew apartments.
HOU8E8 AND FLATS FOR RENT
FOR RENT. 2 und 8 room (uru(she? <
housekeeping suites; reasonable, 'Th? -
cozy corner of Juneau." Cliff Apart
[rents, near court bouse. 2-1-lm
FOR RENT ? 3-room flats with
bnth. Inquire 320 Seward 8L F. J.
Wettrlck. 10-1M1
Sleeping rooms, 60c, one or two men ,
?also housekeeping rooms, reasona
ble. 336 Franklin St lO.l.tf
FOR RENT ? Three room apart
ment, furnished. Good bachelor quar
ters. $20 month. Call at Mrs. R. E. ,
Davis' house. ***
FOR RENT?Three rooms and bath,
furnished, sixteen dollars, phone 167,
Sheldon Furniture Co. 12-10-31
FOR 8ALE?Miscellaneous
FOR SALE?100 ft square, tide
land; all piled and capped, good loca
tion; cheap for cosh. Enquire "A.
Empire." lP-28-ltt
SAFE?Fire and burglar proof nafe
for sale cheap. In fine condition;
good as now; on terms If you wish.
Call and see same at Mondham & _
Ostrom. 90 Front StreeL 8-17-tf. j
SAFE?Fire proof safe for sale
cheap. In first class condition. Terms
if you wish. Can be seen and all in
formation at W. H. Case Curio Store,
Juneau, Alaska. 9-lC-tf.
FOR SALE?A very fine roller top
desk in splendid condition. Addross 1
M?Empire. IMO-tf.
FOR SALE?Genuine, hand V-bot
torn, runabout launch 2r6"x4'6", 12
h.p. engine, 17 miles per hr., perfect
running condition, fully equipped. Ad
"161, Empiro." 12-11-tf
RE8TAURANVS AND CAFES
OWL CAFE open day and night 4
Bejt meals in town. Chop 8uey and 4
Noodles, Chinese style. 1S7 Front St 4
9-9-6m 4
CITY RESTAURANT, ihop Sney
and Chinese Noodles, sent anywhere
in the city on special order. Board
with room $1.00 per day. Phone 337. [
9 9-6m. ? ?
SEATTLE RESTAURANT ? Chop I
Suey aid Chinese Noodles sent out -
on Hp^wal orders. Prompt Quick ser
vice. Box seats for ladles. 68 Front -
Phone 3-4-3 9-9-6m |
JANITOR 8ERVICE9
Day and Night Janitor service and
window cleaning. All work promptly
attended to. Monthly ratos. Phone
373. J. L. GORDON, Mgr. 11-24-tf
_ PLUMBINQ ANP HEATINQ
Make yourself a Christmas present
of a fine little bath room outfit Why ,
not? It means health and welfare ?
to your self and your family. Sanitary J
plumbing. 114 Front Street. 'Phone .
273. 13-2-7?? ;
AUTO REPAIR8. J
U-AUTO REPAIR and vulcanise <
at the Juneau Garage. We do night <
and day work. Willoughby Avenue, <
phone 262, 0. E. Collins, Propr. 9-10-flm 4
PUBLIC 8TENOQRAPHER8 4
The beet work can be obtained by <
cailing tho "REMINGTON" public 4
stenographer. All work given careful
attention. 10,7,6m
JUNEAU'S PUBLIC STENOQRA
pher, Mrs. E. C. Hozelton, 421 Gold
stein Building. Res. 16 Cliff Apats.,
Phono 209. 11-4-gm.
TYPEWRITERS AND REPA1R8
TYPEWRITERS AND REPAIRS
We always advanco but never re*
treat Machines sold on oasy terms to
suit customer. REMINGTON TYPE
WRITER CO. 10-7-16.
TYPEWRITER 8UPPLIE8
We make our own typewriter sup
plies. Therefore they are the best
that money can buy. REMINGTON
TYPEWRITER CO. 10,7.0m.
DYEING AND CLEANING
WHEN OTHERS FAIL to please
K you call 177, tho Capital Dye Works. ,
for French Dye Cleaning, steam clean
ing, dying and pressing. Wo have
pleased others and can please yo&
C. MELDNER, professional cleaner
and dyer. tf
THAT MAN IS PROSPEROUS who
alwuyn looks spick and span. Our bus
iness Is to keep you looking just that
way. Our way of cleaning, pressing
and repairing your clothes will more
than please yon. The Renovatory?
STOVES AND REPAIR8
Why not fix up that old bathroom
for Christmas. 1 do it reasonable, so
you won't miss the money. Call or
phono my store, I shall call at your
home. Sanitary plumbing, 114 Front
Street, phone 278. 9-13-6m.
BAKERIES
PEERLE88 BAKERY ? Our motto:
"Quality First" Insist on Poerless
Bread. It Is wor.h tha money ? 126
Front St.. phone 222. lO-l-dm
UNCALLED FOR LETTER8
-Uncalled for letters for classified ad
vertisers at The Empire office:
"N.R." (6); "X"; Mrs. F. M. Davis;
"M. C. B."; "Z.D." (8); and "A'.
DO YOU KNOW?
? JUNEAU HAS THE BEST:
: Tailor Shop in Alaska::
' ,TS ?j
Irving Co., Inc. 1
FRONT AND MAIN ST8. J
-f
PROFESSIONAL.
i =i
Dr. Melville G. Evans
Room* 431.433
Goldatein Bldg.
Office Phone 150 Re?. Phono 1402
William Pallister, M. D.,
Si-eciallacin the treatment of dbeeae*
and dcfuimltion of the rye and ear.
noaeand throat
Office* Voorth Floor. Goldatein Building
Office Phone 180. Glawe* Fitted.
MR8. A. O. GROVE * V*
Red Croaa Graduate Nurae
Surgical Medical Obaterttcal
Casea cored for at your home.
136 E. 6th 8t., Phone 1406
iDr.E.H.K^l
> DENTIST
, 1 and 3 Goldatein Building ] '
. Phono 68. , ,
, ? Hour*. 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. , ,
M6M #?????<> ???>????????<
MISS ALBRECHT
OSTEOPATH
H-redUh Majuuiao. Modical Grmnaatiea. Ex
pert treatment given In all cans* raqulrtnjc
maaaaire, diet and mechanical therapeutic*.
Room* 410 Goldatein Build in*. Phono 281
DR. H. VANCE
08TE0PATH
5 and 0 Malony Bldg, phone 290
Houra 9 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.
9 ?
Any Broken Spectacle Lense
duplicated and fitted for 31.50,
made by best lense makers, no
matter what you paid for your
glasses originally.
L J. SHARICK
Jeweler and Optician
?????++**+?*?*++*
* DR. LEONARD P. DAWES ?
? Surgeon and Physician ?
? 0til ce First Nat Bk. Bldg. ? 4
h Hours 10 to 12 m; 1 to 4 ?
and 7 to 9 p. m. ?
Phone 2602; Res. 2603 ?
?**?+++*?+++????
! Ill ill 1 I 111 11 I 1 1 ill 1 II I II
: White & Jenne::
DENTISTS ;;
Rooms 8, 9,10, Valcntlnp Bldg. ? ?
! PHONE 179 ^ ?
. Thos. H. White. Tcr. Board, Llcanaa No. 9
. Chaa. P. Jannc, Ter. Board. Licanae No. 8 . ?
ii i in n m in 111 m i ii i
G. K. GILBERT
PLUMBING and
SHEET METAL WORKS
114 S'.cond SL. Phone 352
; ...THE... i;
i Manhattan Hotel ;j
? ??
\ FIRST-CLASSTURKISH BATHS :i
? < ?
; Experienced Attendant, Chlrop- < >
> odlsL For Ladles, Mondays and < >
> Fridays?Lady Attendant. ! >
; OPP. CITY DOCK Phone 233 j J
> . ,< >
Rough Dry?5oc per do?..
Flat Work?50c per dost.
THANE STEAM LAUNDRY
Phone 175 7-28-tf
No Bone Corset
? Miss and Mrs S. Zenc.er ?
JONBAC CORSBTIERES
Fitting In your own home. A perfect fit
la guaranteed. For appointment* Phono
138! Address 288 Main Street ?>
MADE IN JUNEAU
Concrete Dry and Watertight Floor* and Cel
lars. Concrete plain and ornamental Walls
and Fences. Concrete ribbed or travel finish
ed Sidewalks and Step*. AH work guaranteed.
ESTIMATES AND PLAN8 FREE.
H. D. BOURCY, I
.S&JH SsBta&d
NEWCAIN
/ HOTEL /
Pre-eminently the leading hotel
In every partlular of all Alaska.
H. F. GAIN
P-op. and Mtf*.
sat i
OCCIDENTAL
HOTEL
AND ANNEX
Ratea?75c to %2JM Per Day
Weekly Rataa on Roqoaat
Phone 11

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