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Probate Court for Juneau Prtcinct, Territory of Alaska. Divis ion Number One In the mutter of the estate of Jacob Dull, deceased. Notice is hereby given that John R. Dull as administrator of the es tate of Jacob Dull, deceased. Jias filed his final account and that the United States .Commissioner for Ju neau Precinct has appointed April 10th. 1917 for the hearing of objec tions to such final account and set tlement thereof. Dated this 8th day of February, 1917. JOHN R. DULL. Administrator. First publication, February 9. 1917. Last publication. March 2, 1917. NOTICE TO VOTERS The registration books for quali fied voters of the Town of Juneau. Territory of Alaska, for the year nineteen hundred and seventeen, are now open in the City Clerk's office, in the City Hall, and will remain open until Saturday, March 31. 1917 at the hour of five o'clock p. m. of said day. All persons desiring to voto at the regular election to be held April 3. 1917 should register, ' as persons not registered will not | be permitted to vote. Dated at Juneau. Alaska. February : 23. 1917. 'It E. W. PETTIT, m6. Registration Officer. c ? . n SKAGWAY CASE APPEALED TO THE DISTRICT COURT* )' W. L. Stevenson has appealed a case from the Commissioner's Court j at Skagway to the local Distnc* Court asking that a verdict against ;him be reversed. Recently W. C. Hargraves brought suit against St-'v- ti enson in the Skagway court for 5973 b alleged due and secured a judgment. The appeal is taken for alleged lira- ti 1 gularitles. , ii -?? ?' BARRY FOUND GUILTY p ~~~" James Barry was last night found guilty "of unlawfully striking and i woun ling Edward .Manson. the de fendant not being armed with a dan- 0 gerous weapon." Barry was charged b with having assaulted .Manson with ? a dangerous weapou last winter at; j Skagway. .ei - ? ? ? p "Wakefield's Alaska Kippered Her ring. always 113c a can at Gold stein's Emporium. 1 tt SI WASH ES ON SPREE Three natives from Yakutat missed heir boat last night and are in the ity jail serving time as the result >f a spree on which they embarked, fhey are each charged with being Irunk and disorderly. Johnnie Marks ras fined $50 and 20 days in jail, imma Brooks $20 or ten days, and )aisy Williams 20 days or $10. POLICE COURT NOTES Vivian Howard was vesterdny af ernoon fined $10 for running a awdy house. She plead guilty. Jimmy Young, who was tried yes erday afternoon on a charge of using ndecent language on the streets of uneau was found not guilty by the olice magistrate and was released. WOMAN'S CLUB TOMORROW The regular semi-monthly meeting f the Juneau Woman's Club will e held tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 "clock in the City Hall. As mat jrs of importance will be consid red every member is urged to be resent. Spring flowers, extra fine at Win :r & Pond's. m2-3. COMPLETE RETURNS OF NOVEMBER ELECTION AS REPORTED UPON BY TERRITORIAL CANVASSING BOARD The following are the complete returns from the election of last Novem ber as tabulated by the canvassing board yesterday afternooiJ: \ REFERENDUM PROPOSITIONS \ For , Against Dry Wet 8-hour 8-hour First 2,941 1,609 3,635 573 Second . 1,035 697 1,009 250 Third 2,550 1,418 3,041 381 Fourth . 2,520 1,131 2,731 578 Total"? 9,052 1,815 10,416 *,782 Pluralities?Dry, 4,237; For 8-hour low, 8,634. DELEGATE TO CONGRESS Sulzer Wlckcrsliam Lewis N Dein Ind. Soc. First 2.395 1.906 341 Second ' 677 899 131 Third 1.698 2,007 488 Fourth 1,689 1,678 386 Totals 6,459 6,490 1,346 Wickersham's plurality?31. \ ATTORNEY-GENERAL Grigsby Schoficld Cobb Dern Rep lnd. First 1,528 1,325 1,326 Second 1,150 315 191 Third 1.790 854 1,091 Fourth 1,198 1,492 689 Totals ;.... 5.672 3,986 1,297 Grigsby't, plurality?1,686. FIRST DIVISION FOR SENATOR?J. R. Heckman, Rep., 2,097: J. M. Tanner, Dera., 1,880; J. F. Gyeenc, Soc., 382. Hcckuian'a plurality over Tanner 217. FOR REPRESENTATIVES?John G. Held, Rep., 2,043; .Monte Benson, Rep., 1,955; AW W. Casey, Dem? 1,943; Peter 0. McCormack,. Rep., 1,822; James Froeburn, Rep., 1,791; John Z. Bayless, Dcm., 1,596; James J. Connors, Deni., 1.562; Nels Anderson, Dcm., 1,487; Charles Hclsing, Soc., 514; John Fahoy. Soc., 388: Carl Arola. Soc., 3S3. Pluralities over Freeburn: Held 252; Benson. 1(4: Casey 152; McCormack 31. FOR ROAD SUPERVISOR?Bd. C. Hurlbut. Rep., 2,042; P. S. Early, Dcm., 1,847. llurlbutt's plurality, 195. SECOND DIVISION For-Senator?John Sundback 731; Thomas McGann *G14; M. F. Moran 350. Sundback's plurality over McGann 117. For Representatives?.Tamos P. Daly 821; A. A. Allan 809; N. H. Coombs 798; Phil Corrigan 768; T. M. Reed 762; Andy Anderson 720; Charles D. Jones 628; V. A. Jullen 440, Mike Young 437. Pluralities over Reed: Daly 59; Allan 47; Coombs 36; Corrigan 6. For Road Supervisor?John A. Wilson 691; V. J. Rowc 659; Barney Gibney 250. Wilson plurality over Rowe 32. All Divisional candidates in the Second Division ran as independents. Sundback, Allan and Coombs arc Republicans and paly and Corrigan arc Democrats. THIRD DIVISION For Senator?John Ronan, Dcm., 1,172; John W. Frame, T'rog. Dem., 1.038; George Dooley, Rep., 965; E. F. German Soc., 731. Ronan's plurality over Frame 134. For Representatives?Frank B. Cannon, Dem., 1,837; Charles M. Day, Prog. Dem. 1,408; Thomac C. Price, Dem. 1,374; Joseph Murray, Rep. and Prog. Dem. 1,250; T. H. Holland, Dem. 1,212; John Noon, Prog. 1,212; Charles McCallum, Dem. 1,210; R. R. Hunter, Prog. Dpm. 891; W. P. Henry, Rep. S74; R. E. Hegner, Soc., 777; W. J. Henry, Soc. 514.' Pluralities over Holland: Cannon 595; Day 166; Price 132; Murray 8. For Road Supervisor?James K. Wilson, Dem. 1,106; Ed. Wood Rep. 1.080; Thomas H. Jeter, Ind. 1,030; Joseph Dleringcr, Prog. Dem. 471. Wilson's plurality over Wood 26. FOURTH DIVISION For Senator?Dan Sutherland, Nonpartisan 1.7S9; T. A. McGown, Dcm. 1,255; Dan McCabe, Soc. 557. Sutherland plurality over McGowau, 534. For Representatives?W. T. Burns. Dem. 1.610; L. C. Hess, Dem. 1,543; C. K. Snow, Ind. 1,469: Andrew Norland, Nonpartisan 1,391; Earnest B. Collins, Nonpartisan 1,202; John W. Dunn, Dem. 9S5; A. M. Kilgorc, Dem. 1 796; Daniel Webster, Nonpartisan, 762; George W. Ledger, Nonpartisan 106; W. A. A'inal, Soc. 421; Lars Westcnvik, Soc., 420; C. M. Monohan, Ind. i 350; Joe K. Green, Soc., 342; George W. Huey, Soc. 30L Pluralities over Collins: Burns 408; Hess 339; Snow 267; Norland 189. For Road Supervisor?H. H. Ross 1,190; Melvin R. Sabin 965; Peter Steii 271. Ross' plurality over Sabin, 225. TORPEDO WITH EARS AMD A BRAIN SAID TO BE AN INVENTION PITTSBURGH, l'a.. March U. ?A :orpedo with "cars and a brain." ca pable of traveling 10 knots and ad justing itself to meet all changes of :ourse of an enemy vessel, was detn mstrated here the other night be 'ore the Pittsburgh Academy of Science by Montravillc M.'Wood, Chi :ago scientist. Tiiis torpodo is in lie possession of the United States government, lie claims it can "hear" l vessel approaching a mile and a ialf away and would then shed its inchor and uttack. WAR SPECULATORS WILL GET GRIEF IF WAR DECLARED NEW YORK, .March '1. ?Henry ^ord says: "As soon as Wall Street ealizos that this government will ot allow itself to be exploited ou ?ar contracts the small army of pa riots for pelf now accelerating war rill appreciably decrease. If war has o come, and the United States will ake good care of itself, but the sor ies set of speculators you ever saw .?ill be those who have been clamor ig for war in the belief that war ,'ill mean immense profits to their ,*ar brides." VAR MUNITIONS ASSEMBLED ON ATLANTIC i)OAST NEW YORK, .March 2.?A Wash igton special says the Navy De artment is assembling guns and mmunitlon at strategic points long the Atlantic coast as a step >wards making the United States *ady for any naval activities in the rent of a sudden clash with Ger lany and possibly her allies. ??? VILLA'S DOCTOR LASHED EL PASO, March .2,?For assist ig Bandit Villa recently, who was I with pneumonia, Dr. Schroodcr, | ? I was kept prisoner three days and given fifty lashes daily at Parral by General Murgia. SIGHTED GERMAN U-BOAT LONDON, March 2.?Wireless ad vices state that the Infanta Isabel, aboard which is U. S. Ambassador James W. Gerard, passed a German! submarine late yesterday, but an in cident was avoided. 'Phone it to The Empire, No. 374. ' MEXICANS HEL FOR RAID DEMING, N. M., March 2.?Juan Chaves, suspected of being one of tho Mexican bandits who raided the Corner Hatich during which time three Americans were killed, is in jail here awaiting preliminary hear ing. COUNCIL MEETS TONIGHT. The Juneau city council will meet tonight in regular session. Several matters of importance will come up for discussion. MATHEWS FOUND GUILTY. After less than five minutes of deliberation this afternoon, the jury trying the case of the ynited States vs. J. Mathews, charged with un lawful cohabitation, returned a \crdict of guilty. EASTERN OIL MEN WILL INSPECT KATALLA FIELD, Bruce Dennis and Jack Cronin, j two oil men from Kansas and Ok lahoma are in the city and are at the Gastincau. These two men were passengers on the Admiral Watson and were on their way to Katalia whore they intend to inspect the oil fields. They stopped over here to confer with Territorial Treasurer! Walstein G. Smith. SINGER MACHINES for rent and! for sale at 317 Franklin st. m4 j Expert cleaning of ladies apparel j from gloves to ball gowns. The Ren ovatory, Rhone 394. iiiiiiiniif iiiiiniif mil mini mini tar r mi ii in MINING MAN IL| Charles A. Pottit, raining operator from Spruce Creek, Atlln, underwent a second operation at the-General Hospital tills morning. Mr. Pettlt Is suffering from cancer of the in testines and everything possible Is being done to relieve biro. Dp. L. P. Dawes is the surgeon it) charge. WICO crab meat is the best 011 the market. Ask your neighbor; then get a can at Goldstein's Kmporium. THEY ARE COMINGil The Latest The Daintiest The Best ...OF THE... Spring Styles and Spring Dress Goods Watch This Space for the Announcement That Means Much To You 1 B. M. BEHRENDS CO., Inc | GERMAN DESTROYER V-69 BATTERED UP OFF HOLLAND COAST The German torpedo boat de stroyer "V-39" wai en era sod in bat tle one hundred miles from Zee brugge ou January 23 with a llrit lsh destroyer and put out of com mission. The upper picture shows the V-C9 in Ymuldcn Harbor, Hoi land, where she managed to seek shelter and protection. Her deck gnus and funnels were almost en tirely swept away, and, her engines In working order, the crumpled mass managed to get to the Holland coast. The lower picture shows the forecastle, which was less damaged than any other part of the vessel, but the entire crew at this gun were slain outright while serving the piece. -s. v. u. sptciai PREPAREDNESS If Your Teeth Are Bad Consult a Specialist ???? Those going into the hills or to the Westward will en counter fewer dentists and higher prices than can be had here. Don't delay a necessity which is of vital importance to your health and appearance DR. I J. MALFORD the specialist, is prepared to care for your dental needs, llllllllllliiliiiimililiil CONSULTATION FREE ? WORK GUARANTEED V. i.i / ! IT RAISES THE DOUGH For the Modest Price of 25c Lb. Can I I Sold by Grocers Crescent Mfg. Co., Seattle Wn. ? ? 11111 ? 11111111 ? 11; 111111111II M 1111111111111111111 1 Majestic, Ohio, and |~J | = Great Western . . . i^llUgCS | SEWING MACHINES ? Guaranteed of 10 Years | | ELECTRIC VACUUM CLEANERS | = All sold on easy payments = I JUNEAU HARDWARE CO. I ST : Phone Open from 7 a. m. until 6 p. m. = = 2 4 8 1 Saturdays 7 a. m. until 9 p. m. = iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHi/f / ^ I ISAAC SOWERBY STANDS FOR Alaska for Alaskans Vote for Him for Representative . In the Territorial Legislature Special Election, Tuesday, March 6, 1917.