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SECOND OVERDUE PARTY
BROUGHT HOME SAFELY DOUGLAS, Sept. 21.?With the safe return of Onnlc Markkanen, eon of Mr. and Mrs. John Markkuncn and a Douglas high school boy, and of Hubert VandenWeyer, ulsc of Douglas who started from tho Isl and In the launch Tennesfcec, for Funter Bay Saturday and who failed to return until 10:30 o'clock last evening, fears of an accident were again set at rest. Tho boys wore due Sundny evo ning, although alarm for their safe ty was not aroused until yesterday morning whon frtonds began to feel that with the abatement of the rough water they should bo re turning. Two launches were sent out In search yesterday and the J missing boys were picked up near the end of Douglas islund where they had been forced to camp when their engine broke down. They wore brought back to town on the Ashing craft owned by Fox of Ju neau. PIONEER LADIES MEET. DOUGLAS, Sept. 21.?The Pioneer Ladies Society met at the home of Mrs. Prank Russell for a pleasant afternoon yesterday. At the close of tho afternoon dainty refresh ments were served after which tho members adjourned to their respec tive homes. TREAD WELL NOTES. The Plremen will meet for their regular meeting in the Flrohall to morrow evening. Elks from both Treadwcll and Douglas turned out to attend th?> in itiation services at the local lodge In Juneau last evening when the following neophytes from Tread well were Initiated: Grover Kertls, Mlnard Mills and W. E. Mauseth. Tomorrow is ladies' day at the Trcadwell club. FIRST W. C. T. U. TEA ' IS WELL PATRONIZED DOUGLAS, Sept. 21.?The lirst of a series of social afternoons waB given by the local W. C. T. U. In the Congregational church parlors, yesterday afternoon and proved so successful that the Union has planned to set aside the first meet ing of each month for u similar af fair. A vocal solo by Airs. L. B. Wright of Treadwell and reading by Mrs. Rose Monley were Included in the short program which preceded other features of the afternoon's entertainment. A guessing game, for which a prize was awarded at the conclusion, occupied several minutes. Dainty refreshments were I served by the members of the Union at the cIqjw; of the game. LIGHTHOUSE TENDER LEAVES FOR KETCHIKAN The lighthouse tender Fern ar rived in Juneau last night early and remained here until noon today tak ing on water and supplies. Tlte Fern is iu command of Capt. Lead better and has been working on Lynn Canal for the past few weeks placing aids to navigation and re newing the charges in the blinker I lights. Capt. Jus. E. Sayles, of Ketchi kan was on the Fern and was busy renewing old acquaintances in Ju neau while the Fern was in port. CLIFF APARTMENT FIRE CALLS OUT THE TRUCH? A telephone call from the Cliff apartments turned in at 7:25 o' clock this morning called out the Arc truck. The Are was caused by an overheated flue and was ex tinguished without damage to the building or contents. The firo was in the apartment oc cupied by William Casey, jr., and wife, who were Just preparing breakfast at the time. It was dis covered almost immediately and when the alarm was sent to head quarters. Frank Sargent and the truck responded. MRS. MARSHALL SLEEPS ON^FLOOR RATHER THAN DISTURB HOTEL GUESTS ST. LOUIS. Sept. 12? (Special)? The wife of Vice President of the United States slept on the floor of the parlor of the Hotel Jefferson's presidential suite Sunday night rath er than disturb her distinguished husband, or guests in adjoining rooms. Her husband had been in bed all day with a severe cold. She at tempted to sleep, but was restless, and feared her restfulness would disturb the vice president. There were two alternatives ? ask the management to install a bed in the parlor or sleep on the parlor floor. She realized the in stalling of a bed would awaken oth er guests. So at 1 o'clock, while the Vice President was asleep, she stolo out of the room, placed a blanket on the floor and finally dropped off to sleep. SUICIDE AT ANCHORAGE. ANCHORAGE, Sept. 21. ? Fawn Foreman, wife of Bert Foreman, of Hope, committed suicide hero dur ing the night by shooting herself. Mrs. Foreman came here several days ago on a visit. Despondency Is given as the cause. "All the News All the Time." STUDENTS OF SCHOOLS WILL USE U TANK Question of Using the Gym Will Be Taken up Later with the Trustees. Regarding the schedulo arranged for tho Juneau school students to use of the Arctic brotherhood gym and tank, as published exclusively In The Empire yesterday. Prof. L. D. Hendorson, superintendent of City Schools today made the following statement: '"During last year the Juneau School Board made arrangements for the use of both the tank and gym nasium of the A. B. Hall on every school day of tho week from the hours of 3:15 until 5:00 p. m. and for the use of the tank for elemen tary school boys on Saturday morn ings. A schedule was arranged pro viding for the use of the tank by each member of the school from the third grade through the high j school two timos each week.: Ow-j ing to the fact that 110 member of the faculty was available for con-1 ducting the work of the gymnasium, It was decided not to take advant age of the opportunity to use It except for the high school boys dur ing the basket-ball season. At the opening of the present school year, the same arrangements were made with Pat Scott, the man ager of the building then In charge. A schedule for the use of the tank ?In practically every detail similar to that cf last year?was prepared and in addition systematic use of the gymnasium floor outlined. "With the change in the manage ment of the building a controversy seems to have boen created as to the source of the school's authority to use the building. Mr. Reck, J chairman of the Board of Truestees, ' has requested that the school con- ' fine its use of the building to the ' tank and dressing rooms until such time as the trustees may meet and , adjust matters. "Until that time the schedule for the use of the tank alone will be ' carried out as published in The Em- . plre yesterday." WAGNER'S RANCH WILL , HAVE NEW MANAGEMENT Wagner's Ranch Houso will be op oned on Saturday night under new management.* Mrs. tMT D. Berry and Mrs. A. Anderson, who recently pur chased the place from John Wagner, intend te run the house and furnish dinners to parties ? desiring them. They will give tho trade their per sonal attention and it was stated today that the place will bo run in a strictly respectable manner and will cater to family trade especially. PETERSBURG MAN TO BE EXAMINED FOR INSANITY John Jagcrman, of Petersburg, was arrested this morning by Dep uty Marshal Frank Cook on a com plaint charging him with insanity. Jagcrman is a recent arrival from Petersburg and is laboring under the hallucination that he is being persecuted. When the officers found him he was stnnding at the door of his cabin with a loaded shotpfcn in his hand, with a full box of load ed sheliB beside him and crying like a baby. An examination as to his sanity will be held within the next few days. LONDON HAS A STRIKE. LONDON, Sept. 21?Another ef fort is being made today to avert the threatened strike of railroad employees who arc demanding a ten shilling increase in wages which the railway managers refuse to grant, Walter Tunciman, president of the bonrd of trade, taking the in itiative in the attempt. ? ? ? NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. In the matter of the estate of Mary E. Bergman, Deceased. Public notice Is hereby given that ' by virtue of an order of the United . States Commissioner in the above entitled matter, made of the 19th day of August. 1916, authorizing the undersigned to sell all the right, titlo and Interest of the estate of said Mary E. Bergman, deceased, in and to those certain parcels of proportyNlying in and being in the dty of Juneau and raoro particularly described as follows, to-wit: 1st Parcel. Beginning at the northeast corner on . the south erly side line of Eighth Street extended, whenco tho intersection of said southerly sido line of Tenth Street extended, with line 1?9 of tho Casey-Shattuck Addition bears N. 56? 38' E. 602 foot dis tant; running thence S. 56' 38' W. 58 feet to the Northwest corner; thence S. 33? 22' R. 100 feet to the Southwest corner; thence N. 56? 38' E. 58 feet to the Southeast corner; thence N. 33" 22' W. 100 feet to the place of beginning. This lot is bounded on the North east by the Perelle lot; on the Northwest by Eighth street extend ed. 2nd Parcel. Beginning at the Northeast corner, whence the inter section of the Southerly side line of Ninth Street of the Casey-Shattuck \ddition to Juneau, with line 1?9 )f said Addition bears N. 56? 38' E. 415.67 feet distant.* Running :hencc S. 56? 38' W. 83 feet to the Northwest corner; thence S. 39? 22' E. 163.12 feet to the Southwest cor ner; thence N. 56? 38' E. 104.7 feet :o the Southeast corner. Thence N. 19? 51' W. 61.5 feet; thence S. 55? 17' W. 35 feet; thence N. 31? 35' tV. 102 feet to the Northeast corner, :ho place of beginning. Courses are described from the true meridian. This lot Is bounded on the North west by Ninth Street, extended; on the South by Eighth Street, extend-j cd; on the Northeast by the Groh and Sandstrom lots. 3rd Parcel. The north hulf of lot B., Block 3, described according to the official plat of the Town of Ju neau, together with the tide-lands lying between the said North half of said lot and deep water of Gas tlncau Channel, together with all and singular, tho Improvements thereon. And I, the undersigned, will ac cordingly offer the above described' parcels for sale, separately, at pub lic venue, to the highest and best bidder, for cash, on the 16th day of October, A. D., 1916, at 2 o'clock p. m., of said day, at the front door of the Court House, at Juneau, Alaska. Dated this Gth day of September, 1916. JOHN RECK, Administrator of the estate of Mary E. Bergman, do ceased. ' S. 7?14?21?28. Douglas LYRIC Theatre I Last Time Tonight Damaged Goods The Educational Photo Play Supreme ? 7 PARTS 7 Same Prices ? ? ? ? ? 10c, 25c DOUGLAS ORPHEUM _ Thc^ House of High Class Features TONIGHT. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS ROBERT B. MANTELL "THE BLINDNESS rrvrvrrw" uamppp OF DEVOTION" GENE\ IE\ E HAMPER a Great Modern Photo (Their Screen Debut) drama of Brilliant Power ?":? p p THE p p 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 EMPIRE'S cla .sifUda rcy. ? ? DOUGLAS UNDERTAKING PARLORS H. V. Sully, Propr. Funeral director and licensed embalmer. Lady attendant Phone 82, Front SL. Douglas, Alaska. -?? - ? a * ? - i ? ?! DR. R. C. MATH IS DENTIST Specializing In Plate Work and Pyhorrhea Treatment. D. Street Between Post Office and School House. Douglas, Alaska Phone Douglas 31. + + HOTEL **\ ANCHORAGE ANCHORAGE, ALASKA I Newest and Most ? Modern in the City SUNNY ROOMS ELECTRIC LIGHTS HOT and COLD WATER . , | SAMPLE ROOMS 3 REASONABLE RATES ? IF YOU ARE ? ? Going to Anchorage ? J Try tho 2 CNEW U ,! rescent ?lotel ? ? Baths and Sample Rooms ?! ? ? ? I RATES MODERATE t : * * ' ! | AUTO SERVICE l\ ? in Connection ? ; F. W. REDWOOD & CO. J Mi ?????????????????? ; Piano Tuner GEORGE ANDERSON, Expert. Twen ty yeara experience. Factory repre sentative for high grade pianos and player pianos. Address Box 991, 'Phone 143. t 4 When in Need of Glasses Call on B. F. MILLER, Optometrist and Optician Fifth Street Between G and H Douglas, Alaska. Prices Right. | 4 4 ENROLLMENT FOR THE NEW NIGHT SCHOOL IS GRATIFYING TO OFFICIAL Prof. L. D. Henderson stated this morning that last night thirteen enrolled for instructions in the classes of the night school which is to be established. The enroll ment was very gratifying, accord ing to the statement of Mr. Hender son as it was larger than expected. The office will be open from 7 to ?> o'clock tonight, and Saturday night for further enrollment. Tomorrow night the office will not open. HOUSE and Furniture for sale.? Mrs. T. Murpl.y, rear of Douglas school house. S23. FOR RENT?New 3-room apart ment with bath, partly furnished. Dr. Mathis, tel. Douglas 31. slG FOR SALE?Sare ana typewriter enquire Guy's Drug Store. al8tf \ WHY use dirty sand and gravel when you can get good clean sand and gravel at the Juneau Sand and Gravel bunkers? Gravel and bar sand $1.75 por yard. At Tread well, $1.50. EMPIRE ads have thousands of readers. Know an Auto From Hood to Tires Expert knowledge of automobile con- ? struction is essential to car owners and drivers alike. _ To tho owner it means cer tainty when judging a car. and a great saving in coat of up-keep. To the driver it means a greater demand for hi* services, a larger salary, and a permanency of position. To both it means knowing if a car is right, and. when not right, exactly what to do and bow to do it. ( All this valuable knowledge is set forth in the Automobile Course of the International ' Correspondence i-hools-v-the most thor ough and practical Automobile Course in the world. The subjects covered are: Gas oline Automobiles. Gasoline Automobile Engines. Automobile Engine Auxiliaries, Automobile Carbureters. Electric Ignition, Transmission and Control Mechanism. Bear ings and Lubricatioo. Automobile Tires, Automobile Operation, Troubles and Rem edies. Overhauling and Repairs?informa tion that enables you to thoroughly under stand any auto, from hood to tires, and how to handle it. This Course has been prepared by recog nized experts actually in tho business. In other words, it is practical as well as theoretical. To learn about it. and how you can most' easily become an automobile expert, writs today to inleriailOMl C?rrcs*oo<kBcc schoeis Box 888. SCRANTO.N. PA. ? J. H. HEWITT, General Agent. 114 Front Street Jnneau, Alaska A I AC If A "M Ratcs 51-50 a day and uP- Hot and /A |_j f\ ^ IV r\ l\ cold water In all rooms. Grill, cafe and buffet. Day and night anto ser HOTEL C? M. GOODMAN. Prop. " ???????, When Ordering Beer ===== insist on === RAINIER PALE ?? I ,i . ; ?. j'9 Classic Coats t| Wc now carry the well known "Classic" line of ladies' coats and have just received our first shipment of Autum and Winter Coats CJ These are the very latest creations made up in fashionable METALASSE, VELOUR, VELVET, RUSSIAN LAMB, PLUSH EF FECTS ? POPULAR PRICES. StyleNo.23 U Womtn'i Button / ?? PInt. dd kid. Up j >/ tame, medium I j) ot and heel. U] Price $4.50 Women with sensitive feet? ? ! whose occupa tions make it necessary for | them to walk or stand much of the time?unani mously praise the Dr. Edison Cushion Shoe " Eailtil for Women " Its soft iimeT-iole of Australian wool per mits free blood circulation, relieves pressure upon irritable nerves, and protects tender joints, soothing the feet at every step. Utz&MnCo footwear fix Women Includes ? distinct"* variety of pleasiac, fathion sble aylss. - | Slult No. 37?Women'tVS Loco Boot, old kid, pot? Wj ml Up, medium toe and yk heel, Price 54 JO. .9vie No. 35 ?Women'* l| | Button Bool, del kid, tip ? of tame, medium toe and m |AcW. jt 'o J(S I StrtoN* V (I Reversible Robing Flannels SPECIAL VALUES in new designs and col orings, the product of leading manufacturers in this line of fabrics. DUCKLING FLEECE DOWN FLAN NEL? latest patterns, new blended colorings, espe cially suitable for kimo nos and sacques. Our Shoe Store C| The well known high grade lines we carry is ; a guarantee as to quali ty, our well known low price rate on all mer chandise is a guarantee of satisfaction to you. MEN, WOMEN, CHIL DREN?Bring your shoe wants to us. ALASKA TREADWELL GOLD MINING CO. MERCANTILE DEPARTMENT Democratic Ticket For Delegate to Congress Charles A. Sulzer of Sulzor For Attorney-General George B. Grigsby I of No mo For Territorial Senator J. M. Tanner |.?f >''<:fw:iy F r Representatives A.rJ:r:on t<:' 'I ri'iulHtll John Z. Caylcss Ml '! I..11.0 17 A7. C.isey (.1 J 0ltO.HI I J. J. Conndrs ul Jutiouu For Road Supervisor Peter S. Early of Juneau ANNOUNCEMENT TO THE PUBLIC jf The Heidorn & Sandstrom Shoe Store has been moved to Second and Main streets, where the business will be con- H tinucd. Shoes will be sold at I Reduced Prices If Peter Sandstrom will con tinue his shoe repairing busi ness as before. |f H. Heidorn expects to in- | crease his tailoring facilities | for both home made and mail | order business. Your patron- 1 age will be appreciated. HUGO HEIDORN I New location 2nd and Main I CALL US ON THE PHONE If your coal supply runs short. Tell us whother you wniit': it for furnace or range and we'll see that you get what you want in time to save you dis comfort or inconvenience. Our coal service includes prompt deliveries as well as the best coal. FemmerSRitter Phone 114 BARGAINS IN WINES I PORT WINE. PER GALLON $1.00. i SHERRY WINE. PER GALLON $1.00 , ANGELICA WINE. PER GALLON $1.00 MUSCATEL WINE, PER GALLON $1.00 THE ABOVE ARE ALL FROM 3 TO 5 YEARS OLD AND ARE AS GOOD AS THE BEST. ' -- W. A. FERGUSON Successor to McCLOSKY BROS. [J 99 Front Street Telephone 92 ( ~ ' l?""1 h1 f I I I 1 I I 1 1 I I I I I 1 !? M 1 1 I 1 I 1 H 11111111111 1 If You Are Planning a Trip Outside If you contemplate taking a trip "out- !' side" this fall do not fail to examine the Ju- :: neau Store Advertisements and the stores ;; themselves before going. You will be sur- j prised to find that right near at hand there !! ;; are about as many interesting things to see ;; as you'd be able to find at the end of a ;; :: journey. jj C By taking your clothes with you, you ;; will have more time for real pleasure and fewer old clothes to encumber your bag- !! :: gage. :: :: If And this suggests that the local stores - should appeal to this incentive for "Home :: Buying" by keeping the travelers informed ;; as to what they can get at home. They ?? :: can do that by advertising. :: If Empire ads have thousands of readers. :: 1 I I m I n i l n I'HH I I I"! 1 1 11 H 1 1 II 1 I I II I I it'