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The Greatest Modem Soul
Drama Ever Produced
TWO DAYS ONLY?Tonight and
Saturday
C. AUBREY SMITH
?AND?
MARY LAWTON
? IN ?
John Glayde's Honor
In Five Acts
Extra Mutual
-THE 2 SENTENCES"
in Two Acts
A Comedy Drama
"CUPID THROWS A BRICK"
THURSDAY NIGHT
SENATOR CHAS. A. SULZER Wil
Speak
Coliseum
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Q. K. GILBERT
Plumbing and Sheet
Metal Work*
114 Second St., Phone 353
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MOVIE THEATRE ATTR4CTIONS
GENERAL FILMDOM NEWS
?* ? "r-r1 T_?
Helen Holmes at Dream.
Helen Holmes is a daring screen
ictress. In "The Girl and the
Uamo," which was tnc thrlll'nr. ra:l
road story at the Dream last night
she certainly made a tremendous
hit. "Tlie Brink" a powerful Mu
tual Masterpiece was the feature of
the program and is an absorbing
story. It is well acted, well set
aud pleased. Same bill tonight.
Iouight at Coliseum.
Tonight the Coliseum will run a
regular inovic program. The big
feature will be the Gold Itooaier
play in five acts entitled "John
Glaydc'a Honour." This is a film
by the Frohman Amusement corpor
ation and features C. Aubrey Smith
supported by Mary Lnwton a tal
ented and pretty woman. A man's
attention to his business, forgetting
his wife, and the latter's falling in
love and eloping with an artist, is
the story.
Strong Orpheum Bill.
Robert Mantel], Genevieve Ham
per and Stuart Holmes held two
audiences in wrapt attention at
the Orpheum last night when "The
Unfaithful Wife," one of the best
of the Fox plays was produced. The
exterior scenes, taken at Shadow
l,awn. President Wilson's summer
home, arc excellent. The plot is
not grew*ome but pointed. Kxccl
leney is written all over this p!a>.
"The Unfaithful Wife" will be given
tonight for the last time.
At Dougias Orphenm.
"The Pitfall" a striking story,
filmed by the famous Kalctn comp
any, abounding in thrilling slc.n
cions. intense plot and well acted
and set, was the new bill opening
at the Orplmum last nigh*. This
feature is tfp top as well as the
two reel drama run with it. The
last runs will be shewn tonight.
Vivian Martin at Lyric.
Vivian Martin, one of the daintiest
jf stars, will bo the feature at the
Uouglns Lyric tonight in "The
Little Dutch Girl." an adaptation 01
Juida's "The Little Wooden Shoes."
t is a pathetic story and this charm
ing little lady tells it as only Viv
ian Martin can. This is a Shubort
feature and is certainly good.
Coming Attractions.
Tomorrow night the Dream will
present George Bcban In "An Allen"
an eight reel feature, the flist to
be shown in the north. At the Or
phcum Nance O'Xeil will be shown
in another triangle play, the wife,
the woman and the man, the pro
duction being the "Souls iu Bond
age." This is a Lubln feature and
was released only a few months ago.
Grand Trunk Scenery.
At the Coliseum last night the
1500 feet of Grand Trunk railroad
scenery was shown and delighted
those who witnessed it.
Leave It To Mary.
Leave it to Mary PIckford to do
something new.
She has a regular theatrical ad
vance agent for her first super
feature, "Less Than the Dust."
Wells Hawkes, her personal rep
resentative, Is now touring the coun
try in the interests of this picture.
The trip brings Ilawkes in touch
with the newspapers, only as he
\vill not come in contact with the
theatres or the exchanges.
Hawkes is the one best man who
could have been chosen for this im
portant work, as lie has a world
of experience. He toured the coun
try for the Charles Frohman at
tractions, and later was responsible
for much of the succcs sof Uiugllng
Brothers while acting in the same
capacity.
This is the first time that a
motion picture fenturo has ever
had an advance agent.
DR. BEVI3 SAYS WILSON
WILL BE ELECTED SURE
A postcard received from Dr. Karl
M. Bevis, formerly of Juneau, rays
that n'tcr traveling ail over the
Middle West and as far East aa
Rochester, New York, ho is convin
ced that President Wilson will be
e.rCiC.d, and rays that i? the
concensus of op. if. vl.-o eve he
has i.1 a. The card was ?..?rtlten
front Chicago, an", wii.. dated Oc
tober 9.
MANDATES ARE FILED FROM
CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS
The mandate from the Circuit
Court of Appeals which affirms the
decision of the local court in the
ease of W. N. C. Waddleton against
S. U. Mil wee has been filed in the
District Court. The suit wus over
the possesion of a certain lot in
Juneau located back of the Klks
llall and the possession and title
of the lot was decided to belong to
Waddleton. Waddleton was suing
for the dispossesion of Milwee, who
claimed his right by purchase from
other parties. Waddlctou was in
possession and had been for enoucli <
years to give hint title to the lot
according to the decision.
"Get the Habit" of making your
daily pleasure, a visit to the Lunch
eonette. o 23.
SKAGWAY STOKE CHANGED
HANDS LAST SATURDAY
Word was brought to Juneau to
day by John R Chamberlain that
the clothing stores of Will Clnyson
has been purchased by James Ken
nedy, who formerly lived in Ju
neau and is well known here. Ken
nedy left her several years ago and
for a long time worked for Clay
con at Skagway. The deal was con
sumated yesterday at Skagway.
The Merchants' daily lunch ? at
the Luncheonette?That's the place.
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CELEBRATOD IS FINED.
Walter Smith, who had been cele
brating a little too freely the other
night and who was picked up by
the city police, was fined $10 and
costs on the charge of being drunk
and disorderly yesterday.
The Indies of the Trinity Guild
will hold r. Gocdy Sale at 3 o'clock
Saturday afternoon, Oct. 21, at the
Itolyat. o20.
To the laales?We are at your ser
vice forenoons, afternoons or even
ings at the Luncheonette. o23.
UKULELE?UKULELE?UKULELE
Genuine Kumnlae Ukuleles. Alice
M. Jordison. 56 Carside Bldg. tf.
J. H. COBB SPEAKS
IN BEHALF OF HIS
HIS OWN CANDIDACY
" Before a crowd of 300 pooplo. 1
part of whom Imd been attracted
by the free picture show, part of
whom would not have gone without
the knowledge that Mr. Cobb was to
apeak, and part of whom went there
to hear him, our worthy, "fellow
townsman for the past 1!) yearn."
urged his qandldacy for the olllco
of nttornoy-genern! at the coming
election In November.
At timcB Mr. Cobb called out
scattered applause from those pres
ent. He accused the Empire ot
giving the credit for securing the
deejson of the Circuit Court of Ap
peals afllrmlng the decision of Judge
Jennings in regard to the legality
of the Alaska Revenue Law, Instead
of to him, where, he said, the credit
belonged.
Mr. Cobb was accompanied on the
stage by Mayor B. D. Stewart, Judge
II. B. I,e Pevre and Emery Valen
tine. Of the latter two one is the
campulgn manager of James Wick
crshani, and the other is his trusty
first lieutenant. Mayor Stewart
introduced Mr. Cobb in a few w< II
chosen wordB and stated that he
wa6 becoming quite used to the hon
or conferred upon him as mayor by
the different factions in Alaska poli
tics.
Mr. Cobb dwelt on his record dur
ing the fourteen montliB he has held
otllce under a temporary appoint
ment nnd pointed to the condition
ot the Treasury of the Territory at
present. He -took all the credit,
both for drawing the revenue bill,
nnd for enforcing it on the mining
and fishing industriccs of Alaska.
Mr. Cobb roasten Tnomas J. Dono
hoe, of Valdez'l Marshal Erwin, of
Fairbanks and other leaders of th>
Democratic and Republican parties,
itc frequently referred to George l>.
Fchofleld. his Republican opponent,
us "the former Alaskan, but now a
Seattle resident."
lie expluintd his failure to sc
cure the Democratic endorsement for
the office and stated that the consld-j
ercd himself an Alaskan before he '
did a Democrat. He made frequent
references to the fact that he had
been a resident of Juneau for the
pust nineteen years and staled that
if the voters of Alaska turned him
down, ns the man who drew the
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proRcut Revenue bill, that the Flub :
Trust would u80 that fijct to urge 1
the passage of tlio Alexander Kill or.
Congress, and urged the vot?rs to
support him as an Alaskan, a fel
Ijw "ownii.iiail, and the mm who
drew and enforced the Alaska Ter
ritorial Royenue Kill.
HECKMAN IS IN JUNEAU. 1
J. It. Heckman, head of the mer
cantile concern of J. It. llcckinan
and Company, of KetchIkan, and
who Is Interested heavily In the
Afitiers and Merchants Kai.k, tin
Ketchikan Progressive Minor- and
other business concerns In that city,
arrived on the Spokane1 this morn
ing. Mr. Ileckinan Is one of the
Republican candidates for election
to tin Territorial Legislature and is
hero in the interests of his cam
paign.
HUNTING PARTY RETURNED
TODAY ON THE SPOKANE I
Charles E. Davidson, Dl* Robert
Simpson, James H. King, R W.
Williamson and Forrest Gardner,
composing n hunting party which
left Juneau two weeks ago to shoot
In the vicinity of Petersburg, re- -
turned this morning on the Spokane.
They report an excellent time and
excollcnt luck, although the wen- |
thcr was a little wet for enjoyable
hunting. Several deer were brought
back for distribution among friends
of the hunters.
There Is :ce cream, the Luncheon
ett's and others. Try the best o23.
McCAUL'b Dareiy nfst
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! MARKET I
a Phone 1-2-9 <?
? Julius Rhclnberger, Prop. * I
? Eastern Corn Fed Beef?Live ^
? Chickens ? Home Made Y
Sausages f|
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I When Ordering Beer
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Distributors of Higb Class, Double ;;!
)|?? Stamp Whiskey, Wines and Cordials
Olympia and Rainier Beer
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? Forty-nine years ago, Wednesday, October 13th, Alaska was pur- ?
X chased. Don't forget the Alaska Day Dance, Wednesday Night. <?
? Admission $1.00. *
JOHN T. SPICKETT, Prop.
TONIGHT
ROBERT MANTELL
?and?
GENEVIEVE HAMPER
In the Fox Production
"The
Unfaithful
Wife"
Beginning; Tomorrow. Nance
O'Neil in "Souls in Bondage"
{DOIT I
!! TODAY
<. <?
J? Ring up 2 9 ;;
The Phone Is the
| Eagle Brewing j;
Company
i: S. ZYNDA, Prop.1 i[
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o Order a Case for the ;;
J; Home. ::
j: THE REAL BEER it
o Patronize?
;; Home Industry ;!
i: The Alaska Grill ??
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33 OYSTERS AND 31
33 OYSTER COCKTAILS 33
33 OUR SPECIALTY 3'
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33 the best appointed place 33
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ALASKAN s
y ar
HOTEL f
1 BARGAINS
PORT WINE, PER GALLON
I SKERRY WINE. PER GALLO!
ANGELICA WINE. PER GALL
IrfUSCATEL WINE. PER GAL
PURE CALIFORNIA CLARET
THE ABOVE ARE ALL FROM
AS GOOD AS THE BEST.
W. A. F1
Q 99 Front Street Successor to W
TO BAKE WELL
IS TO LIVE WELL
Domestic Science telle tip that
In baking the flour loses none
of Its food values, provided
you bake properly.
Crescent ^
Baking Powder
makes all your bakings as
they should be, light, full of
air cells, a splendid food,
ready for perfect absorption
by the system.
I At
All
Grocers
ONE
POUND
25c.
CRESCENT
Mfg. Co.
Seattle, Wn.
ites $1.60 a day and up. Hot and
Id water In all rooms. Grill, cafe
id buffet. Day and night Auto scr
ee.
M GOODMAN, Prop.
; IN WINES !
$1.00
N $1.00 !
ON $1.00
ION $1.00 H
? $1.00 PER GALLON
3 TO 5 YEARS OLD AND ARE 1
3RGUSON
[cCLOSKY BROS. Telephone 92 i
AUTO SERVICE
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Cxlzc the Overland auto for
your next trip?clean, careful.,
and prompt.
Phono 3142 or 3443
Rates Reasonable Cash Cole
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DOUGLAS UNDERTAKING
PARLORS
H. V. Sully, Propr.
Funeral director and 'licensed ,
embalmer. Lady attendant
Phono 82, Front St., Douglas, ]
Alaska. j '
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Just Right
la the phrase that properl^ \
describes the food served
at the
TTT7T THE -
White
W LUNCH tt
The place where wholesome,
well seasoned eats are cooked
in that good, old-fashioned
homelike style.
122 Front Street
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1* 9 PEERLESS f f '? j
! CONCERT HALL::
\\ Wines :::
;; Liquors
and Cigars
CHAS. CRAGG, Propiictor ![
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DREAM
THEATRE
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
OCTOBER 16 and 17
"The Brink"
m
A Four-part Mutual Feature of Love,
Conspiracy and Regeneration
"The Girl and the Game"
Featuring
HELEN HOLMES
In a two-reel thrilling railroad pic
ture; see Helen ride a horse off
a precipice and plunge into the
river below. It's something new
and worth seeing.
Also, a new kind of picture entitled
"SEE AMERICA FIRST"
First show starts 7:15; second show
Starts at 9:00
COMING
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
The Big Special 8-Reel Feature
"An Alien"
By George Beban *7
Juneau Public Library
and
. FREE READING ROOM
Third between Frankln and Sew
ard Streets
Reading Room Open frorr.
8 a. m. to 10 p. m.
Circulation Rooms Open from
1 p. m. to 9 p. m.
Current Magazines, Newspapers,
Reference Books, etc.
FREE TO ALL
The EMPIRE?all the news all the
line, when It Is news.
I. J. SHARICK
Jeweler and Optician
Watches, Diamonds,
Jewelry
Silverware
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CARPENTER |
t and Builder ?
i> Shop in Cacey-Shattuck Add. ?
J Job Work a Specialty. Let me a
? tell you what it costs, free. ?
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Our Customers
are our best
advertisers :
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