i Luncheonette j
will open its doors to the
channel public tomorrow
night at 6 o'clock.
I?J The LUNCHEONETTE
will serve light luncheons,
iced drinks and confection- I
ery, everything being made i
on the premises. Our cooks
are direct from Paris. Af
ternoon Teas served. Mu
sic during the evening and
souvenirs for the ladies. ,
ICj Ladies' Rest Room ?
Phones, and Writing Material.
FRONT STREET, NEAR FERRY WAY
E. J. DYER, Prop,
j W. S. EATON, Mngr.
GOOD JUDGES OF GOOD
are always ready to join In
a glass of tho kind that wc
supply. Our whiskey, brandy,
gin. run?, wines, etc., are
strictly pure, naturally aged
and skilfully bottled. A sup
ply of them in the house
means you can offer your
guests the best stimulants it
is possible to get.
JUNEAU LIUUOR CO., Inc.
Phone 94. Free Delivery
DRY CLEANING ECONOMY
Wo sympathize with the
man who has only one suit,
but it is largely his own fault.
It's a mighty shabby t3UiC
into good order. We keep
whole families in trim be
cause of their forethough and
Alaska Steam Laundry
FROM THE WESTWARD
WITH MANY ABOARD
With a large list of pasengers
from westward points, on board, in
cluding Captain Miller and 38 mem
bers of the wrecked halibut steam
er Independece. the Mariposa reach
ed port this afternoon from the west.
The Mariposa was loaded with "00
tons of ore, 1.000 case3 of salmon
from westward points, and will take
on over 15,000 cases of salmon at
The Juneau arrivals on the Mari
posa were W. H. Seagraves. Mrs.
Seagraves, Mi3s Seagraves, William
Seagraves, George P. Riley, G. W.
Bettes, C. W. Ping. F. H. Tascher.
T. Lifton, J. Hathaway. Wm. M.
Schroeder. Mrs. F. C. Jones, John
Parrish. John Norton. J. D. McRob
ble. Fred Dahlquist. J. F. Warner,
Mrs. L>. Mahr, James Boll. C. X.
Woolman. Charles Larson, M. Matt
son and F. J. Isham.
INTERNED SAILORS TO
BUILD GERMAN VILLAGE
PHILADELPHIA. Oct. 13. ? A
German village Is being constructed
by the interned sailors of the Prlnz
Eltel Frederich and the Kronprinz
Wilhelm in a corner of the Phila
delphia navy yard, where they will
live under a guard of United States
marines until the close of the war.
When the two vessels were con
voyed heres from Norfolk a trac'
of about nine acres was set aside
for the sailors along the back chan
nel, where their chips are anchored.
A small church, a windmill and a
farm buildings arc beiing erected
and the 774 men who were at- J
tachcd to the two vessels will or
ganize a community patterned after
a small town in Germany. They
will raise vegetables in season and
another tract has been laid out ,
as an athletic field for their uses.
Postage stamps are sold in nearly
all the cigar shops of France.
EMPIRE "ads" pay.
Real Souvenirs Madein Juneau at the
Arts anii drafts idjoji
From Alaska Gold, Old Ivory and Copper. Special Work to Order
Main &. Fror*. ALBERT BERRY Phone 426
I ALASKA MEAT COMPANY JOH> RECK. M.Murr 1 ||
| WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS if
t Manufacturers of all kinds of Sausages. Our Hams and <'
X Bacon are Home-Smoked. X
' MRS. EDWARD THORNTON
Is Prepared to Receive Pupils in the
Latest Ballroom and Fancy Dances
Private Lessons at Her Home or Pupils' Residence
CLASSES FOR CHILDREN'S COTILLION CLUB NOW FORMING
Appointments Made. Telephone 368
? * i
Closing Out Sale
ENTIRE STOCK TO BE SOLD
MRS. M. D.BERRY
Third and Franklin Streets
ON A REEF BY A
Survivors of Wrecked
EXPERIENCES ARE TOLD
Craft Struck During the,
Dark Hours and Tore a
Hole by Scraping
on the Reef.
The crow of the wrecked steamer
Independent wcro aboard the Mari
posa this afternoon bound for So
attle. The boat struck on a chart
ed reef on the coast of Middleton
Island at 4:50 o'clock on the morn
ing of October Oth and is a total loss,
having sunk in twenty fathoni6
of water. The members of the crew
escaped in the dories but IobI all
of their personal effects with the
exception of the clothing they wore.
The ship's papers wcro saved by the
Ai uie time 01 nit- wrixH, ac
cording to the Btory told by Captain
Miller, the Independent was steer
ing a course to clear the Island by
about IS miles, but a southeaster J
was blowing and a strong current
was setting towards the island which
set the boat on the reef in the
darkness. She struck three times
before she finally settled for the
? At the time the Independent
struck first it was dark, but the
crow did not abandon her until 8
o'clock in the morning. The last
time she struck the rudder was
carried away ami she was entirely
helpless.. The wind was blowing
so hard that the regular dory
crews could not handle the boats
and they were being driven on the
lee side of the island where the
shore was absolutely straight up and
down.. The crews were doubled up
in the dorys and they were ablo to
row away from the rocks and round
The survivors were entirely with
out food of any kind, but were sup
plied by Mr. Ibeck, who keeps a
fox ranch on the Island and were
taken to Cordova by him in his gus
boat. The Independent was owned
by the National Independent Fish
Company, of Seattle.
PRESIDENT IS PLEASED
WITH KIND APPLAUSE
INDIANAPOLIS, Oct. 13.?Presi
dent Wilson was the guest of honor
yesterday of the Highway Day" held
in connection with the Centennial of
Indiana's admisson to the Union.
President Wilson declared at a non
partisan luncheon that when he
heard the kinw applause given him
in Indiauapolis he believed that the
people approved his interpretation of
the spirit of America.
After saying he was interested par
ticularly in the American flag of the
United States, the President smiling
ly declared that he knew there were
Republicans present who were as
good Americans as he, and that after
fighting for a few more weeks both
parties would work for the common
good of the nation.
The Emperor of Russia Is said
to be the finest royal singer in the
Dispatches from Seward say
Delegate Wickersham accused
the Democrats of trying to drag
the Alaska railroad Into politics,
and he is reported to have de
clared that the railroad was se
cured through the co-operation
of Democrats and Republicans.
This is characteristic of Dele
gate Wickersham. He never met
an Issue face to face In his life.
The truth is that the ALASKA
RAILROAD BECAME A POLI
TICAL ISSUE WHEN WICKER
SHAM SAID AT JUNEAU, DOUG
LAS AND ELSEWHERE, quot
ing literally and word for word,
"I GOT THE RAILROAD."
The Delegate thought it was
all right to make a political is
sue out of the railroad as long
as he thought he could make it
count for himself. When the
records of Congress and the testi
mony of those who know were
presented and dispoved the Del
egate's contention, he Bceks to
withdraw the proposition as a
The fact is Wickersham has '
boasted about getting the rail
road for years, and he only
seeks to divide the honors with
others when the produced record
has shown the falsity of his '
claims, and demonstrated that
the credit is chiefly due to others.
MEKCHANTS ASK CHANGE
IN THANKSGIVING DATE:
KANSAS CITY, Oct. 13.? The
Merchants' Association of Kansas
City has taken the initiative and
sent a message to President Wilson
asking him to move the date of
Thanksgiving up to November 23.
The merchants have asked associa
tions of 20 large cities to join in
the movement. They say that if
Thanksgiving falls on November 30
as scheduled their Christmas busi
ness would be crowded into three
'Phono it to The Emrire. No. 374.
OF HIS VIEWS
Continued from Page One
oral government would pay the same
costs as It docs to the private parties
at the present time for their main
tenance and care.
"I would endeavor to get legisla
tion allowing all moneys from the
i Forest Reserve fund to be expended
the Division In which the forest
ireserve is located.
"I would endeavor to have house
bill No. 50 amended so that natives
would not have the right to arrest
or puss upon the guilt or innocence
of white people.
1 "I believe the present law should
be amended, or a new law enacted
not allowing as the present law
docs, so much chance for illegal
voting. 1 believe the election law
should provide for the registration
of voters in all municipalities for
all elections, Tcrltorial as well as
"I believe the present compensa
tion law should be amended so that
liability companies could not set
tle with benificlarics of the law
without a settlement being approved
.by either the Attorney-General or a
Commissioner appointed to adjust
"I would endeavor to have the
Legislature memorialize Congress to
give us a full Tcrltorial form of
government, the same, as that al
lowed other Territories, recognizing
the Territory's right to enact Iuwr
governing all of its utilities and in
stitutions and the various phases of
local affairs, Including schools,
roads, the police powers, the liquor
and gambling and kindred matters.
In short, tho government of Alaska
should be vested in the people of
Alaska instead of the Departments
at Washington. With a full Terri
torial form of government tho peo
ple of Alaska could solve their own
problems, and provido for the dovel-j
opment of the Teritory and the ex
pansion of its business."
EMPIRE'S classifieds pr.7.
ROLANDO LEFT POWER
OF ATTORNEY IN CITY
It was learned today that Peter
Rolando, before leaving Juneau, left
his power of attorney with J. L.
Gage, together with 47,802 shares of
stock in the Alaska-Treasure Mining
Company, with orders to sell all the
stock and pay the bills in Juneau
and on the Channol. Rolando had
been intending to leave for some
time, and before leaving left a list
of his bills and attached it to the
power of attorney for the sale of the
? arrants for Rolando's arrest were
issued yesterday and telegraphed to
Ketchikan, when his creditors learned
that he had left the city. It is not
known whether he was apprehended
there or not.
If you enjoy clean comfortable
surroundings, good steam heat, call
at the Gastineau Hotel. We arc giv
ing special rates f?- the winter. o!2tf
New C ain I
We have just received a i
shipment of souvenir post Q
cards of our Hotel and we i
will be pleased to have you
[ step in and mail some to your
CATTLE, CANS, AND
are all subject to rigid Inspection
at the dairy where our milk comes
from. Cattle must be in first class
condition, cans and bottles must be
absolutely clean. The result Is milk
and cream of the very highest qual
ity; Phone 145 for some tomorrow,
and you'll know why it is the pref
erence of so many of your neigh
A TON OR TWO
of real family coal, whether it's for
the furnace, range, fire place or tho
parlor stove. It burns equally well,
no matter where you use it. When
you pay for a ton of coal here you
get 2,000 pounds of all coal, and
when you buy your feed from us
you get the best aud cleanest there
is on the market.
Wc arc now prepared to repair
your storage battery as well as mnk
Ing repairs to your automobile. We
have recently added n battery repair
ing outiit to our well-equipped shop.
A blacksmith shop (or the repairing
of springs and other heavy work has
also been added.
Bring Us Your Work and Be
ALASKA AUTO SUPPLY CO.
[ COOKING WITH 1
O ?BMKeBtKSBBESKSaWBBMHBHHMBpaHBMBHBMMHi X
i ?makes housework easy and counts for cleanliness, because It X
?; | does away with the dirt, grime and coal dust T
Use Electric Power J
!' It's always the came and always ready and cheaper? ?
Use Electric Light j
]; and save the eyes, protect the nerves and makes good work f
< > possible. ?
;; Alaska Electric Light and Power Co. j
MODERN AND SANITARY
Hairdying and Bleaching. All our
work fully guaranteed. Francis
Fox system Shampoo. .For ap
pointment phone 192.
MRS. M. A. GRAFF,
114 Franklin St. opposite Elks hall
THE "POL 0' FORTUNE"
at Miss Wahlpreen's Needlecraft
Shop, opposite Goldstein's, on 2nd
St. Stamping to order. **
Quality and Service
We Specialize on
Front St., Opposite City Dock.
Free Delivery ? Phone 116.
FINE POULTRY F~T
Fall line freab end cared maate?Government Inepected. Try oar Wild Bote Lerd
Frye-Bruhn Market Artts.^,s."r'CT
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VV you have clone your best for your appearance, your comfort, your pocket
book?and your lasting satisfaction.
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know we believe it and back it up.
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ready for you to see now. We hope you will come soon;
we like to show an "unbroken" line.
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