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The Alaska daily empire. [volume] (Juneau, Alaska) 1912-1926, October 27, 1916, Image 8

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' Your Teeth 1
I Require fixing i
Bad teeth cause tad breath; bad stomach. Intestinal troubles, and
these result in many other mere serious ailments.
IT DOES riOT PAY TO NEGLECT YCUR TEETH.
DR. HALFORD
Will do your work right, guarantee it to sand when finished and will
charge you less for it. Get your money's worth; don't pay trust
prices when you don't have to?CONSULTAITON FREE. Modern
Sanitary Office Equipment.
PAINLESS DENTISTRY GAS GIVEN ,
IT WLL PAY YOU TO SEE HIM.
SEWARD BUILDING
Front Street,
I Near Franklin.
JUNEAU. ALASKA.
JUST THE QUALITY YOU
DESIRE
Do not judge our wines and
liquors by their prices but by
their quality. Their purity is
guaranteed under the Pure
Food Law. Try some of our
table wines and learn their
predate it, wo know, as do a
great many other discriminat
ing people.
JUNEAU LIQUOR CO., Inc.
Phcne 94. Free Delivery
i The Luncheonette \
135 FRONT STREET. JUNEAU
Sodas Light Luncheons
Candies Ice Cream
(Merchants' Lunch Daily Except Sundays
from 11:30 to 1:30?A La Carte
Ice Cream and Cake Furnished for Parties. Special Catering for 1
^ _^^^^__^^Occasii)in.^^^ ?? u
IT'S COAL WEATHER
now and your bin should bo well
sto !ted. \ or coal that ^
spells cozy comfort, that moans a
warm house in the coldest weather.
We have It in every size from pea
coal to furnace, but only one qual
ity. the be3t coal that the best
mines yield. Wc have just received
a car.no of feed from the new crop.
Femmer 5 fitter
Phone 114
We are now prepared to repair
your storage battery as well as mak
ing repairs to your automobile. We
have recently added a battery repair
ing outtit to our well-equipped shop.
A blacksmith shop for the repairing
of springs and other heavy work has
also been added.
Bring Us Your Work and Be
SATISFIED
ALASKA AUTO SUPPLY CO.
FINE POULTRY F?r
Ki.II tin* fresh and cured meats?Government Inspected. Try our Wild Rocs hard
Frye-Bruhn Market
WOMEN'S WAISTS
OS MEN'S LINEN
are laundered equally well
here. And that means per
fection. The washing, ironing
and fini'h arc of such a stand
ard as to appeal to those who
appreciate and insist upon per
fect laundering. Send your
linens to us at once and it's
pretty sure you'll send them
always.
Alaska Steam Laundry
Phone 15
? ALASKA MEAT COMPANY ">'? "?<*.]
t WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS J
? Manufacturers of all kinds of Sausages. Our Hams and ?
X Bacon are Home-Smoked. |
Arts anii (Erafts i'ltnp
where "Things Beautiful" are made, from ALASKAN GOLD. COPPER,
and OLD IVORY, especially appropriate for ALASKAN GIFTS.
You arc invited to call and inspect the many really ALASKAN pieces
we have prepared ? a deposit willhold your selections uutll Christmas.
ALBERT BERRY, Craftsman ? Front and Maint Street
' VINCENT FOUND
NOT GUILTY OF
SELLING LIQUOR
Will Be Held on Charge
to Be Made?Witness
Talks Out in Sleep
in Court Room.
Paul Vincent, formerly of Juneau
but later of Tenakec, who has been
; on trial in the district court for the
! past three days charged with sell
i | Ink liquor to Indians, will bo brought
I neforo Commissioner Marshall on a
charge of selling whiskey without a
license.
Vincent was found "not guilty" of
the charge of selling whiskey to
Indians by a jury late yesterday af
'ternoon but he was ordered detained
on the request of the District At
torney pending the outcome of the
? trial of the other charge, if suf
ficient evidence is produced Vincent
wili be bound over to the next
Grand Jury.
It is alleged that Vincent has been
receiving quantities of whiskey, beer
and gin, at Tenakee, and that he
has been disposing of it to people
living there and to loggers and fish
ermen working in that vicinity.
One of tho amusing incidents of
the Vincent trial occurred yesterday
when H. H. Rice, the one witness j
for the defense, except the defend
ent himself, fell asleep, in the court
room and talked.
itice has a habit of talking in his
sleep and yesterday, overcome by
the warm air in the court room,
dozed off. Just as the court was in
structing the jury. Rice oommenced
to mumble to himself. Judge Jen
ings stopped reading, but before 'Li
brarian J. A. Hurley could reach
Rice and waken him. Rice said:
"Oh, they'll get him yet, it is
only a matter of time."
Several of the spectators tittered
and the officials of the court were
hardly able to keep the broad smiles
from creeping over their face-. Rice
was wakened and left the court
room considerably disturbed. I
ODD FELLOWS ;
OF CHANNEL
FRATERNALIZE
? !
Degree Work Given and,
W. W. Casey Presented
with Lodge Collar
for His Services.
Last night the local Odd Fellows
were honored by a visit from the de
gree team from Douglas Lodge of
Odd Fellows and an exhibition of
degree work seldom seen in lodge
rooms was witnessed by those pres
ent. Those who saw the work put
on by the Douglas degree team say
that it was the finest ever seen any
where and was the c<iual of the
same work at the Grand Camps of
the order where competitions were
held.
Following the work of the Douglas
Island team, Charles \V. Carter In
a few well chosen words presented
\V. W. Casey with a beautiful speci
men of work in the shape of a lodge
collar. Embroidered on the collar
in letters of gold were the words:
"For previous servitude as Fast
N'oble Grand. Past Chief Patriarch, ,
and Past Representative to the |
Grand Lodge."
Mr. Casey responded in a few J
words and the meeting adjourned to
the banquet room where an excel
lent spread was served to the hun
dred or more guests present.
The hall was beautifully decorat- J
ed in honor of the visiting team and (
altogether a very enjoyable evening j
was spent.
| THE I
j New Gain,
ft
The Home of Comfort, Re
finement and Sociability
i ALL OUTSIDE ROOMS I
I ~~ I
jj Elegantly furnished and with |
an unobstructed view in a I
beautiful five-story concrete
building, just away from the
I waterfront. .
-
PERFECT HEATING and
ELEVATOR SERVICE I
r ? *
IN ORDER to make rjom for our largo stock of Christmas
goods we arc now sjlling o.lds and ends of FANCY
LEATHER GOODS and PARISIAN IVORY at ONE HALF
OF THE USUAL PRICE. This Ij an unusual chance to se
cure boautlful pieces at less than cost.
. j
* _ A
Personal Mention
y 'i*
Cyrila O'Reilly, of Rending, Penn.,
and who Is interested in mining
property at Sumdum, is in the city
for a few days and Is at the New
Cain Hotel.
Mrs. Edith Anderson, of Thane,
who registered at the New Cain last
night left for the south on the
? rinccss Sophia this morning.
J. R. Heckman, leading business
tnan of Ketchikan, returned from
the north recently and spent some
time on Douglas Island, lie came
across to Juneau this morning and
registered at the Gastineau.
J. J. Daly, of Ketchikan, owner
af the Ketchikan sawmill, one of
the large meat markets there, and
ilso interested in one of the mar
kets at Skagway, is at present in
Skagway looking after his business
ntercsts there. He is expected to
-ctum south on the City cf Seattle.
Robert Jamieson, of Jualin, is in
he city for a few days and is reg
stcred at the Gastineau.
W. K. Martin, representative of
mo of the large California brewing
toncerns, returned from the south
?ecently and is registered at the
Accidental.
C. P. Cheek, the Eagle River
?nncher, is in the city registered at
he Occidental.
J. T. Hillard deputy collector of
?ustoms at Eagle, Is in Juneau on
lis annual trip to the outside. Mr.
lillanl has been stationed at Eagle,
in the Yukon, for a number of years
ind is well known to thae traveling
mblic.
J. C. Gaffney, one of the pioneer
lothing merchants of Nome, and
ater of Seattle, is in the city for
i few days and Is registered at the
Jastineau.
Conrad C. Hage and wife, who
vere married recently in Juneau,
eft for the south this morning on
he Princess Sophia on their' way to
'alifornia and possibly Honolulu for
. honeymoon trip. Mr. and Mrs.
lage will resido at Jualin on their
eturn to Alaska.
URY EXCUSED UNTIL MONDAY
All members of the petit jury not
ngaged in the trial of Ramon Gom
z were this afternoon discharged
rom further attendance on the court
ntil Monday morning.
WESTERN MINE
SECTIONS ARE
NOW BOOMING
Federal Mine Inspector
Returns from a Trip
Westward?Meets
Old-Timers.
Sumner S. Smitli, federal mine in
spector, who returned from the
westward on one of the last boats
reports that many of the westward
sections have passed through the
most prosperous season in history.
Cordova, during the past summer,
has had a better business year
than ever before since the days of
construction of the railroad: The
immense shipments of copper ore
from the Kcnnecott mines, and with
the addition of the large salmon and
clam canneries, have made business
such as has not been known for
years there.
"Valdez is also prosperous," said
Mr. Smith. "When I- was there
court was in session and the streets
looked the busiest I have ever seen
them. The entire westward section
is picking up this year and business
appeared to bo good in every place
I stopped.
While at Kennecott Mr. Smith met
B. Van Presley, formerly of the
Ready Bullion force at Treadwell,
who is now shift boss at the Jum
bo mine of the Kennecott corpora
tion. Guy Johnson, who was "safe
ty first" man at Treadwell, is now
an engineer in the Bonanza mine
of the same corporation.
FORMER NOME BUSINESS
MAN A JUNEAU VISITOR
James C. Gaffney, for many years
engaged in the clothing business
at Nome and la'er at Seattle, is :?
Juneau visitor. He will remain
here until next week before leav
ing for the south.
Mr. GafTney has just returned
from an extensive trip through the
Westward country. He says times
are prosperous throughout that sec
tiou of Alaska, and particularly so
| TREAT YOURSELF AND j
I See Some of the Inhabitants of I
| the Earth 4,000 Years Ago |
| Admission 25 Cents ? School Children 10 Cents X
S Afternoons and Evenings ? Forrest Bulding, Front St., Juneau t
| For a Few Days Only ? Don't Miss It. |
? EDUCATIONAL ANIMAL COLLECTION ? JUST !
If ARRIVED I
> O
> Rare Tropical Animal* Apes, Monkeys, Baboons, both mothers ?
<> and babies. Educntiorial and Instructive for Men, Women and ?
% Children. ?
* - -
at Cordova.
Mr. Gaffnoy has hosts of friends f
in Juneau among former residents e
of Nome and Seattle. ( lie is at the
Gnstineau hotel.
KRAUSE ARGUMENTS ARE
CONTINUED
The arguments of the motion for
a new trial of Edward Krause are
being heard by Judge R. W. Jen
nings in the District Court as he
can find time. The arguments are
being sandwiched in between the
other cases and it Is probable that
they will bo finished tomorrow.
Violin solo Sunday afternoons be
tween 2 and 5 by Prof. E. J. Dyer.
Where? At the Luncheonette, of
course. N2.
V
Everybody reads The Daily Empire
e
IMPROVEMENT SHOP
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
Music Saturday and Sunday nights
rom 7:30 to 10:30?at the Luncheon
tte. Drop in. ' N2.
VATCH THAT BOY OF YOURS
at his cereal if he has plenty of >ur
lire bottled milk to go with it. it
ill look as if ho never could get
nough. Be sure it is milk from
ic Juneau Dairy however. We have
.vo electric motors for sale.
JUNEAU DAIRY
Phone 145
COOKING WITH j
ELECTRICITY
i > ?make* housework easy and counts for cleanliness, because It X
'J does away with tho dirt, grime and coal dust J
Use Electric Power \
* It's always the same and always ready and cheaper? ?
Use Electric Light j
; and save the eyes, protect the nerves and makes good work ?
> possible. X
: Alaska Electric Light and Power Co.\
Evening Gowns
CJ A big shipment of EVENING GOWNS has just been
received. All the season's choicest modes in Taffeta,
Charmeuse, Crepe de Chine and Nets. All the new
shades shown?
Prices $14.50 and up
FURS
tjf We are showing the most complete line of furs in
the city. All styles of furs are shown from the cheapest
to the best. Prices $13.50 the set and up.
Goldstein's Emporium
Everything for Everybody

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