OCR Interpretation


The Alaska daily empire. [volume] (Juneau, Alaska) 1912-1926, January 30, 1917, Image 2

Image and text provided by Alaska State Library Historical Collections

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn84020657/1917-01-30/ed-1/seq-2/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 2

Agents for Athena Underwear, Kayser Silk Hosiery and Underwear, |
Nemo and Warner's Corsets, Centemeri (iloves,Royal So. Art Goods |
Cj You can't go very far from right when dealing with a store
that carries the above lines and aside from the reputation of this Hi
merchandise this store stands back of each and every purchase,
for we believe only in satisfied customers, and are constantly
searching the markets for better merchandise to offer the trade.
I KAYSER HOSIERY
AND UNDERWEAR
Wo know of no bettor make of
hosiery or underwear than
this well known snide, or
we would buy it. for we
have tested many lines and
find none to give the satis
faction that Kayser does.
SILK HOSE, $1.50 PAIR
Let your next pair of silk hose
be a pair of Kayser marvel
stripe stockings, all silk heel
and toe. and come in a big
range of shades as well as
black and white.
SILK VESTS. S2.00
| Made of Italian silk in white
and flesh: plain tape yoke
and straps, and come in all
sizes. Silk underwear is be
coming more popular every
day and every woman should
have a few of these gar
ments.
SILK KNICKERS, $4.00
i Knickers to match the vest
in white or flesh Elastic I
band at top and knee; iu
the all-silk quality aud a
grade that wears and gives
satisfaction.
SILK CHEMISE, $5.00
Kayser all-silk envelope chem
ise in flesh only; made good
and full, and finished with
neat insertion, with plain |
shoulder straps.
CHILREN'S BATH
ROBES, $2.00
Ages 2 to 6 only in pink or blue,
with a variety of patterns to
choose front; come iu full
length with cord to match.
TAFFETA SILKS, $2.00
A good grade chiffon taffeta, in
all the best worn colors, such
as navy, green, eopen, brown.
Wisteria, grey and old rose,
also evening shades; 36 Inches
wide.
GINGHAM'S, 15c Yd.
Now is the time for your spring
sewing, and the making of
house dresses, aprons and the
like, big lot of ginghams in
plain colors, stripes and checks.
BUNGALOW APRONS 75c
Made of good grade percale in
light or dark colors, and
stripes, belted and button down
front, back or side; several
styles to choose from.
NEGLIGEE GIRDLES
$1.25
A boneless mesh girdle with sup- I
porters attached; especially
good for athletic wear, dancing,
or Misses' use; all the most
worn sizes.
CAPE GLOVES, $2.00 Pr.
Dents'heavy street gloves for ser
vice; also grey suede, plnin
or silk lined, for every day
use; we also carry a Misses'
suede glove in grey.
KINDERGARTEN CLOTH,
25c
For rompers, wash suits and gen
eral hard wear; shown in a big
range of stripes as well as
plain colors, and a cloth that
will hold its color.
FLANNEL MIDDIES, $4.00
Just the garment for cold days,
and made of a good, medium
weight ilannel in navy only;
trimmed with white braid.
ROYAL SOCIETY PACKAGES LESS ONE-FOURTH
This reduction comes on the entire stock, and is offered at this
time to make room for the new goods that will arrive soon.
The assortment includes infants' and children's wear, ladies' ling
erie. and stamped pieces for the home beautiful.
Agents for McCall Patterns
B. M. BEHRENDS & CO., Inc |
.H it i I 1 1 I 1 : I ? 1 I I I n !-!??! I-I IMIIIIlllllllllMlllll'Kt
?? f j
t The grotto i
;; C. R. BROPHY :; 4 j
Distributors of High Class, Double
Stamp Whiskey, Wines and Cordials ;;]!
? ' " ,
Olympia and Rainier Beer
i ? ? *'
+ 95 FRONT STREET TELEPHONE NO. 2i0 ;;!!
t i; ti 11 M 111 it 11. M i II 1111111111?11 n 111 >::
t) < * i ; i m i i i i i i i i i h-t i i 11 i I I I I H 11111111111 l'a
"" I
IF YOU WANT THE BEST
Call tor Turner <1 Pease Egjs, Meadowbrook Butter, Domestic
and Imported ' heese.
w' a??" J. M. Giovanetti
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the Probate Court (or Alaska,
Division No. One. Juneau Precinct
In the matter of the Estate of Clem
ent Reilly. Deceased.
Having been appointed adminis
trator of the estate of Clement Reil
ly. deceased, by the United States
commissioner for the Territory of
Alaska, sitting in probate, in the
Juneau Precinct, all persons having
claims against said estate are re
quired to present them, verified as
by law prescribed, within six months
from the date of this notice, to the
undersigned administrator at the of
fice of .Messrs. Cheney & Ziegter.
Juneau. Alaska.
Dated at Juneau. Alaska, this 16th
day of January. 1917.
PATRICK S. REILLY.
Administrator.
CIIENEY & ZIEGLER,
Attorneys for Administrator.
First National Bank Building.
Juneau. Alaska.
First publication. January 16th, 1917.
Last publication. February 20th, 1917.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in the Probate Court for Alaska,
Division No. One. Juneau Precinct
In the Matter of the Estate of Hen
ry W\ Babbit. Deceased.
Having been appointed administra
trix of the estate of Henry W. Bab
bit. deceased, by the United States
Commissioner for the Territory of
Alaska, sitting in Probate in the Ju
neau Precinct, all persons having
claims against said estate are re
quired to present them, verified as
by law prescribed, within six months
from (he date of this notice, to the
undersigned administratrix at the of
fice of .Messrs. Cheney &. Ziegler,
Juneau. Alaska.
Dated at Juneau. Alaska, this 16th
day of January. 1917.
JOSEPHINE H. BABBIT.
Administratrix.
CHENEY & ZIEGLER.
Attorneys for Administratrix,
First National Bank Building.
Juneau. Aiaska.
First publication, January 16th. 1917.,
Last publication. February 20th, 1917. j
When you want something?any-;
thing?in Printing that Is really flne j
let The Empire do the work for you.1
MINING APPLICATION
No. G3468
In the U. S. Land Office For the j
Juneau Land District
Juneau. Alaska. November 4, 1916.
NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, thftt <
the Chichagoff Mining Company, a :
corporation organized and existing ;
under the law3 of the State of Wash- .
ington. and qualified to do and doing: j
business as a corporation at Chicha
goff. Alaska, has made application *
for patent for the "Big Four" lode
mining claim. Survey No. 1047, which '
said claim is situated near the north- '
west shore of Klag Bay, on Chicha- 1'
goff Island, ou the southeast slope \
of Doolth Mountain. near Chichagoff. t
Alaska, and particularly described as
' follows: j j
Beginning at corner No. 1. one line j
3-1 Young No. 2 lode, survey No.
S64. whence U. S. L. M. No. 7 bears |
S. 17? 32' 52" E. 957.91 feet distant; !
! thence N. 47? 16' W. 9S9.90 feet to j j
corner No. 2; identical with corners
3 and 4 Young Nos. 2 and 3 lodes,
respectively, survey No. 864; thence
N. *47' 04' W. 464.50 feet to corner
No. 3: thence N. 42' 46' E. 414.40 (l
feet to corner No. 4; thence S. 47? 02' 1
|E. 1454.S0 feet to Cor. No. 5: thence' i
S. 42' 46' W. 409.S0 feet to corner No. t
1. the place of beginning, containing1 c
the place of beginning, containing $
an area of 13.773 acres. Mag. Var. >
30* 30' E-3t. i '
The names of the adjoining claims
| are the Young Xos. 2 and 3 lode t v
mining claims. Survey No. S61 pat- j
| ented, on the southwest, both belong- j
ing to the Chichagoff Mining Com-|
panv.
The conflicting claim is the Young 0
Xo. 2 lode. Survey Xo. S64, the area 0
in conflict being 0.022 acre3, as
! shown by the field notes and plat '
! filed herein, reference to which is
| hereby made." and said area in con- '<
flict is excluded from this application. -
The location notice of the "Big r:
Four" lode mining claim was filed
for record April 20, 1910, and re
corded at page 16S. Mining Book Xo.!
2. Sitka Recording District, Record I
Xo. 1504, at Sitka. Alaska.
This notice was posted on the T
ground on the 25th day of Xovembor.
1916. tl
C. B. WALKER. tl
Register. P
First publication Dec. 30, 1916. oi
I.ast publication. Feb. 28. 1917. ti
TWO IX OXE ? The EMPIRE'S ?
way for everybody. The EMPIRE'S ai
"ads" keeps the housewifo Informed ?!
of all sales and the news columns
are right up to the minute on the
day's news. . _ ?, L
BACK TO ASYLUM
MOST CO WOMAN
WHO SUED TEDDY
Ida Van Clausen Dona
Ordered Back to the
House Where Insane
People Dwell.
NYACK. X. Y.. Jan. "b.?.Mrs. Ida
von Clausaen Dona, who has figured
frequently In the newspapers be
cause of alleged attempts to annoy
Theodore Roosevelt and other not
ed men. was today directed by Su
preme Court Justice Tompkins toi
be taken into custody by the super
intendent of the .Middletown state!
hospital. She was once committed
to the Bioomingdale asylum but was
released on a supreme court order
xfter being placed under observa
tion of physicians, who declared her
sane.
Subsequent to leaving Blooming
lale, .Mrs. Dona war. committed to
he .Middletown institution. She was
lermittcu to go on parole in the
nstody of a relative. While on
larole she married Francis A. Dona
ifter fleeing from the home of the
'dative ard was then ordered re
ommltted to .Middletown. On her
>eha!f today a motion was made to
tave the order of recommittmcnt j
racated auJ it was denied by Jus
ice Tompkins.
Mrs. Dona once tried to sue Col.
toosevelt on the ground that while:
'resident he had prevented her from i
icing presented to the Swedish court.
JITRATE PLANT SITE
WILL BE INVESTIGATED!
WASHINGTON, Jan. 30. ? Presi-!
lent Wilson lias designated Secre-|
aries Baker, Lane and Houston toj
nvestigate and report on the selec-j
ion of a site for the proposed gov
rnment nitrate plant for which
? 30,000.000 was authorized at the
pst session of Congress. Selection
if the site was left by Congress
-ith the President.
JUAREZ GARRISON RETURNS
EL PASO. Tex., Jan. 30.?A part
f the Juarez garrison, consisting
f between 200 and 300 men, return- ,
d to Juarez today from Chihuahua
itv. On the same train were a j
trge number of civilians.
N" THE DISTRICT COURT FOR THE
District of Alaska. Division Number
One. at Juneau.
No 26. in Bankruptcy.
Notice of First Meeting of Creditors.
In the Matter of the Involuntary
Bankruptcy of J. H. Handle. Bank
rupt.
o the creditors of J. H. Randle. Ju
n?nu. Alaska, a Bankrupt:
NOTICE IS HEREBY CI YEN that on
te 17th day of January. A. D.. 1917.
le said J. K. Handle was duly adjudi
ited bankrupt: and that the tlrst meet
ig of Ills creditors will be held at the
Tlce of the undersigned in the First Nn
onal Bank Building. Juneau. Alaska, at
le hour of 11 a. m. on the 6th duy of
cbrunry. 1917. at which time the said
,-editors may attend, prove their claims,
ppoint a trustee, examine the bankrupt
ad transact such other businea as may
roperly come before said meeting.
A. H. ZEIGLER,
Referee In Bankruptcy,
irst publication Jan. 20, 1917.
ast publication, Feb. 6, 1917.
NEUTRAL MUST
STEP INTO THE
EUROPEAN WAR
Massachusetts Banker Is
Emphatic on Three
Points Relative
to Present War.
BOSTON. Jan. 30.?"When an In
vincible force moots an Invulner
able foe. it It t\?e for strongest
nhutral power to step in and bring
abou. peace," said l'rof. Albert Bush
noil Hart of Harvard at the an
nual banquet of the Massachusetts
Bankers' Association, lie emphasiz
ed three points, namely:
That Germany cannot be brought
to her knees: that there can be no
advantage in continuation of the
war. and that the United States
should intervene to bring about peace
lest the whole world be prostrated.
He declared that Germany's desire
for a large section of Asia Minor as
a colony is one of the great ob
stacles to peace, but predicted that
after the war Constantinople will be
cither in Russian or German hands,
lie said Germany is capable of put
ting 5,000,000 more men in the field
if necessary.
FIRST IIS IN
TEARS AMERICA
GETS BIG EDGE
Cops the Trade From
Argentines Over That
Formerly Held by
the British.
WASHINGTON, Jan. SO. ? United
States exporters in 1916 outsold for
the first time British houses in com
petition for Argentina's foreign trade.
Official Argentine estimates made
public ')>? the Department of Com
merce show that during the fir t
nine months of the year Argentine
purchase's in this country ran Ju--t
$100,000 ahead of purchases in Great
Britain. Both were close to $45.
000,000.
In former years Great Britain was
ahead by n wide ^margin, and that
country still leads 1 all other pur
chasers of Argentine goods.
ADVERTISED LETTERS
Letters remaining '? uncalled for it:
the Postoffice at Juneau, Alaska, on
Jan. 29rh, 1917. Parties wishing
same, should call for "Advertised
Letters" and give date, of list:
J. A. Brucella, Sitka Charley (2).
C. N. Kngstrom, William G. Hay
Tom Hagen, H. R. Hunter. Clarcncv
Hinds, Charlie G. Hi end. P. M. Hange
James Jackson, M. Johns, Mrs. H.
l.indscth, Jas. Kelly, Gladys Mondell.
Margerie Morrison, John Martin. Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Martin, John Peter
son, John Petero, D. S. Rains, Hilda
Salil, Jon Samatz, H. G. White (4).
John White, Di. Zarclll.
"All tho News All the Time."
r
FOR SALE
...OR...
FOR RENT
REASONABLY PRICED
Two residences on Main
Street, belonging to J. A. Wil
cox and H. L. Wollenberg. Al
so, at bargain prices, furnish
ings of both houses, including
rugs, vlctrolas, sewing ma
chines, bedroom, dining room
and living room furniture, vac
uum cleaner, electric irons,
toasters, percolators and kitch
en furnishings.
V.
*1
Western Flooring Co
BUILDING SPECIALTIES. TER
RAZ20 and MARBLE MOSIAC.
TILE FLOORS. WALLS and MAN
TLES. COMPISOTION FLOORING
D. MARIUTTO. Seattle. Wash.
Over Juneau Liquor Co., Juneau.
Some References of our Work?
Seattle?St. James Cathedral
Hick's Cafeteria, Northern Bank
Building. Hyde's Buffet. Bouck
aert's Confectionery, Lyon's Build
ing.
Spokane?Sacred Heart Hospital.
Realty Building. Chicago Hotel,
Hyde Block, Lewis and Clark High
School.
Federal Buildings?Moscow, Ida
ho, Lewiston. Idaho, Livingston,
Montana, Billings, Montana. Walla
Walla, Washington, Hellenthal
Euilding, Juneao.
I '
WITH THE CANADIANS AND BELGIANS ON THE WESTERN FRONT ^
I " -
?
Tlie upper view shows Ca
nadian soldiers in huts in (hou
sed ion back of the firing lines,
which has been called "Trem
bling Terrace." In the lower
scene are a handful of Belgians
with their trench mortars.
One of them can be seen watch
ing the enemy through a hand
periscope, which is now exten
sively used in the trenches.
?X. V. fl. .Spicla!
SUITOR ACCUSED
: OF JEWEL THEFT
i TURNS MURDERER;
Smooth Man With Women
Brought to Time and
Finally Decides
to End It All.
ST. LOUIS, Jan. 30.?A man known
to the police as Charles Oowlins
shot and wounded .Mrs. H. Jerold so
seriously physicians say she will
die and then committed suicide. .Mrs.
Jerold is 31 years old. Dowling, the
police say, was sought in several
cities as a man who fell in love
with pretty girls and women whose
pictures appeared in the papers am!
after an acttuaintnnce would disap
pear with money or jewelry. Mrs.
Torold reported to the police yester
day site su.-pected Howling of having
a valuable diamond ring belonging
to her. I lor picture appeared in a
St. Louis newupnper recently. Dow!
lag's first words cn meeting her,
she said, were:
"I clipped your picture out of the
paper. You looked so good to me."
A close friendship followed. Howl
ing told Mrs. Jerold he was super
intendent of an East Sr Louis mill.
When Howling failed to keep an en
gagement she telephoned.
"Howling is not superintendent
here," he sweeps out." she wa3 lm
formed.
It was then she missed her dia
mond and reported to tho police.
The story appeared fit the St. Loui ?
papers and the shooting followed.
OUTLINE OF LECTURE AT
TRINITY CHURCH TOMORROW ]
I. Tlit* Church Catholic in the
Imperial City?earnest of Hiv world
wide dominion. (1) St. Paul's clos
ing words to Jews at Tome sum up
significance of struggle with Juda
ism which "Acts" records?attitude
toward Word preached is both a
revelation of the character and
judgment 011 character. (2) I-ast
words of "Acts," note of triumph
which brings history to fitting close.
II. Review of Salient Points in
the History. (1) Underlying truth, (
the Real Nature of the Church. (2)
In Her earliest years, enthusiastical
ly true to trust imposed, full 01'
spiritual power, but hardly con- (
scions of reconstruction of Judaism
which Her message of Messiah re
quired. (.1) By series of events, in
whichc St. Stephen and St. Paul are
chief actors, Church gradually
brought to consciousness of Her true
catholic character. (4) Through
missionary labors of St. PauJU and <
companions, this catholic Church
is firmly planted in Gentile commun
ities. (5) Culminating effort to
destroy catholic Church in person <
of Her great champion, fails and
makes clear that Jewish nation will
not fulfill purpose of training.
III. Speeches of St. Peter and St. 4
Paul?eight of former, ten of latter.
(1) Earliest life and warfare of j
Church wonderfully-deflected. (2)
Great central fact of Church's mcs- *
sage?Jesus is the Christ. (3)
Catholicity or wholeness of Church. ,
<
Glvo us your next oroer for trans- *
for work or coal. Juneau Transfer
Company. Phono 48.
GERMANS CONFIDENT
THAT THEIR COUNTRY]
CANNOT BE INVADED;
NEW YORK, Jan. .10. ? German
people are still confident their conn
try cuiinot be invaded and ure a un- j
it In tlie belief that, if nothing si
accomplished by peace overtures, the
strength of their military forces will
be sufficient to bring the war to
a satisfactory conclusion, according
to Carl Lincoln Schurz, who has
just returned from Germany. In Ber
lin an 1 Hamburg he found no real j
focd shortage and hotels were crowd*(
eil. The prices were slightly higher.,
People went about their b?;:!ncs:
daily, and the only visible sign of
war was the number ef soldiers at'
the railway statical and on the
cars.
WAR BONDS SELLING
SAX FRANCISCO, Jan. 30?Sub-j
scriptions to a new Australian wan
bend which elosps February S have \
reached a total of $00,000,000 so far.
according to a cablegram to the Aus
tralian irale coin mi sion. The new
bonds bear 4'A per cent. Interest
nmniimtimimmiitmmmmmiimiiia
CAFITAL CITY 1
1 BAND and ORCHESTRA |
| MUSIC FOR ALL OCCASIONS 1
| DANCE MUSIC A SPECIALTY 1
FOR RATES, APPLY =
~ Prof. Wastcrlain, or =
y Phillip Mark =
= or C. C. Johnson, Phone 374 =
?irmiMmiifisii!!iiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiimiiiii
FRESH FROM THE BEDS
FAMOUS SEALSHIPT
OYSTERS
Sanitary, guaranteed, 30c Pint;
$ 1 .QO quart.
T< :t different grades of apples,
$1.73 up.
Seasonal Fruits and Vegetables
JUNEAU FRUIT & VEGETABLE
MARKET
Phone IS- 217 Seward St.
/
Old papers for sate at The Empire
oJilcc, Second and Main streets.
?\
Notice to Dealers and Contractors
BOOKER, KIEHL AND WHIPPLE, Central Building, Seattle,
arc figuring on a general contract on the new school house.
Dealers and subcontractors are requested to send prices to reach
Seattle not later than February 7th.
Booker, KichI and Whipple
Central Building, Seattle, Wash.
?)
^ Combine Your Insurance?It Costs Less ^
J COMPLETE
& ft OMBINATION
I \a/GNTRACT
PROVIDES A
SRFECT |
ROTECTION I
[ OS
BIREMIUM T
rOLICY J
j[ To YOU while Living and to \ OURS afterwards ?
ilife
Health
Accider.t
Northern
~" jap J? fj
[INSURANCE CO., SEATTLE, U. S. A. I
Fourth and Scnecn Sts. j
Reserves and Surplus to Policyholders Over? I
$1,500,000 f
$200,000.00 Deposited With State Treasurer f
^ $5,090,000 New Business Written in Past Year >
I Write or Phone RALPH R. STEWART, General Agt. [
** Gastineau Hotel, Juneau, Alaska 5

xml | txt