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Mavis Taclura Pd.
Mavis Face Pd.
Mavis Toilet Water
Mavis Tocth Paste
Mavis Co'd Creaiii
Waltz Dream Tileum Pd.
Waltz Dream Face Pd.
7/aItz Dieain Toilet Water
"The Acine of rcOned tn6te"
The Rexall Store Juneau, Alaska
I To You and
Your Worried Wife I
Tired of liomo ami house- I
Tired of ilnily drudgery and I
Tired ?jf "hired girls''?
Tin d of lugging market hun
Tired of doniestie strife?
rind of luring coal?
Try Home Life
It will save you money??
IL< ssen your worries?
Lengthen your days?
Leave your leisure to come
and go ?
Live at a "wholesale home,"
and enjoy life while alive, I
for we will he "a long time I
Call at the Hotel (lastineau I
and talk it over with Hartlett. I
We have only a few suites I
I'.S. }Ve also have about S ffi
nice single rooms at ALLlJIt- I
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96 FRONT ST.
Sub Station Post Office No. 1
?that period of good things
for the inner man; also de
mands good things for the
outer ln.ai?that is where we
Better order that Thanks- B
giving suit NOW, nr.d mini- B
ber it among the tilings you R
arc thankful for
'House of Irving'
(At the Renovatory)
Opposite City Wharf, Over
McMillan's Store. Rooms by
clay, week or month.
Boat Fittings j
Biars pipe and pipe fittings.
Boat stoves, "Ship Mate."
SANITARY PLUMBING CO.
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?Phono It to The Krnplro, No. 374
SAYS DEATH OF
Claimed That Czarin Gave
Private Information to
the Germans About
XKW YORK. Oct. 26? A Salvation
: Army Commissioner just returning
i from Russia declared that the former
Russian Czarina furnished the Cer
mans with the information which lee
to the Itritish vessel being torpedoed
on which I.ord Kitchener lost his life
It is reported that she gave the
information, after having received it
in confidence, over a private wire
which was maintained in her apart
ALLIES ARE IN
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; its rlonr-eut enunciation of principles
J ami for the further reason that fur
fther proceeding* are now in th<
i hands of the Ilritish government
j Hitherto the ilritish government ha?
I heen mostly a spectator for the cor
j respundem e that passed between th<
I United States and the Central Pow
i ers. However, t lie President's coursi
1 has been generally approved.
Negotiations Transferred to Paris
j WASHINGTON'. Oct. 20. ? Col
j House and Admiral llenson have ar
rived in France to represent tin
i United States in the German plea foi
! an armistice and peace negotiations
Col. House is representing l'resi
] dent Wilson at Paris and Sccretar>
I I.nnsing. and Admiral llenson. tin
i military department of the Govern
i Germany Releases Belgian Prisoner;
j WASHINGTON". Oct. 20. ? Th<
! Germans promise the release of Hoi
gian political prisoners, expect where
there is military menace, ami as ttie
i result Hurgomaster Max, of llrus
j sels. has been released.
DENIES GERMANS WILL
QUIT DESTROYING CITIEf
A.MSTKRDAM. Oct. 20.?The semi
| official North German Gazette of Her
| lin denies that Germany has ordered
j the cessation of destructions within
| territory occupied by her troops, and
i also the story that Germany has re
I called all submarines.*
; Note Means Unconditional Surrender
| WASHINGTON. Oct. 20?Senatoi
j George 1*. Chamberlain, of Oregon
i chairman of the Senate Military Com
: mittee. commenting on the Prcsi
I dent's answer, said the note may fair
i lv he construed as a diplomatic de
j mand for an unconditional surren
| der. leaving to the military authori
ties entirely the adjustment of the
methods for bringing it about.
WILL ALL QUIT
(Continued from Pago One)
I lie bison at the point of the bay
Tho.v made the assault through
mud and water and a fioreo machine
gun fiie and went over the top shout
ing and bayoneted all Hermans who
opposed their advance at close quar
Hungarians in Revolt
HASKH. Oct. 28.?The soldiers at
Piume revolted and seized the city
and destroyed the railway, accord
ing to an announcement inado ir.
? he Hungarian Parliament.
Count Apponoy and Count An
dr.issy. with the mission members,
demanded the resignation of the Min
Premier Worelro declared that he
intended to propose a coalition of
the ministry on account of increas
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MORE BOYS ARE BORN
I I,OS ANOKI.KH. Oct. 2d.?A nota
j Ide instance of increase in tho per
| rentage of hoys in ldrths in the last
' few months reported from lllyde.
California, and the nearby Palo Verde
j According to Or. W. CI. Chapman,
health officer at Illythe. five times
as many hoys as girls have been
horn In this section in the Inst few
months, lie declares the children arc
unusually large and well developed
Reports of Increases in porcentoK
es of male births have come from
many sections since tho United
States entered the war hut nono ho
. marked as this.
KAISER TO QUIT
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many nothing to do determine ex
cept to . accept or refuse, says:
"Despite everything we feel that
this answer brings peace."
Non-Germans Demand Independence
WASHINGTON*. Oct. 2C.?Embold
ened by German acceptance of the
principles of self-determination in gov
ernment as laid down by President
Wilson the delegates in the lteich
stag for non-German nationalities
within the German Empire have be
gun to clamor for independence.
Sensational scenes in the Reichstag
were enacted when separatists as
Alsace-Lorraine Delegate Richlein
said that only independence of or
return to Franco will meet the case.
Delegate Stychel. representing Rus
sian Poland, wants the right of inde
pendence. He said that German Po
land had been brutally administered.
Reichstag With Maximillian
COPENHAGEN. Oct. 20. ? The
Reichstag has given Chancellor Max
millian a vote of confidence--19."l to
">2. Twenty-three members did not
Boys Armed To Put Down Peace
WITH TIIK AMERICANS. Oct. 2(1
The American Intelligence Depart
?nor.t learns that tho Hoy Scouts of
Hamburg ami other German towns
ire being armed with machine guns
o he used in quelling peace strikes.
SHIPPING MEN ARE
SKATTI.K. Oct. 20.?Gov. Thomas
Riggs. Jr.. has cabled steamship com
oanies that influenza patients will
?tot he allowed to land in Alaska, and
o examine all passengers.
I Shipping men think that people ta
ken ill on hoard of boats hound for
Alaska should he allowed to land
ind go to Alaskan hospitals.
The Pacific Steamship Company of
'icials saiil members of the crew of
he Farragut ill of influenza were
refused permission to land at Seward.
Valdez or Cordova. They are prob
ihlv still on hoard, and have received
?to medical attention unless a doctor
's on board.
The Governor, when consulted^ this
morning said that passengers *1^ a
iny quarantined boat were allowed
?o land at the first point of destitut
ion where they could he isolated
ind given medical attention.
FINE PROGRAM IS
RENDERED ON ALASKA
DAY AT HAINES GIVEN
Alaska's fifty-first birthday was
celebrated in Haines by a patriotic
?ntertainment at the local theatre.
11 which the white school children,
he teachers and four-minute men
>f the town, and the musical gen
uses of Ft. Seward and the Chilkat?
(11 took part. The affair netted
onto forty-six dollars, seven and a
talf dollars of which went for mem
bership dues for the Native Junior
led Cross, and the remainder to br
livided between the purchase of a
'arge flag for the white school and
their Red Cross work. Kach act
?vas a star part, many of them were
vociferously encored, but the bon
us of the evening appeared to be
livided between little Kli/abetb
tholdon (four years old) whose
baby dramatization of "I'm a Thrift
Stamp; Iluy Me, Quck!" took the
bouse by storm, and the iuspiration
(I appeal of the host, Mr. A. P.
McLean, in his "Fmluring Unto the
Song "Star Spangled Rainier," by
\ddress, "Alaskan Schools," Mrs.
instrumental Solo, by Mr. Dotts.
Four-nilniito Talk, "Otir Duty to Our
Government," by Curtis Harn
ett (8th gradge).
Flag Drill ami Son. Margaret Har
nett, Anita Homier. Mildred Mor
rison and Emina Vamoer.
Four-minute Talk, "Alaska's Fu
ture," Hov. Wlnterberger.
Piano Solo, by Miss Garside.
Heading, "Hoots," (Hudyard Kip
ling) Miss Sloan.
Thrift Stamp Report of White
School, Laura Wnlkley.
"I'm a Thrift Samp, Iluy Me,
Quick," Elizabeth Sheldon.
Vocal Solo, Mr. Samuel Jackson.
Tableau, "Keep the Home Fires
Horning," Song by Mrs. Wilson
and Miss Garside, with accom
paniment by Mr. Dotts, by the
Four-minute Talk, "Enduring Unto
the End," Mr. A. F. McLean.
Cornet Solo, by Mr. Alfred Gordon.
School Report and Remarks, Mrs
Medley of Patriotic Songs, by the
Tho town of Haines purchased
i Fourth Liberty Honds to the amount
of eight thousand four hundred dol
I Embroidery and stamping to order
i at Mist Wahlgreen's Needlecraft
8hop. 122 8ew?rd 8t. 'Phone 417
NOTICE AGAINST COLDS
Sanctioned* ^^"the Go\ernor, the
.Mayor has issued a notice to all thea- |
tres and other places that no per
sons suffering frqni colds must be
admitted to any public place where
other people congregate.
The meeting of the Fish and Game
Club which was to have been held
tonight has been postponed until fur
C. 1). GARFIELD.
NOTICE ABOUT COASTING
ISSUED BY MAYOR TO
THE CHIEF OF POLICE
"Juneau, Alaska, Oct. 2"?, 11? 17.
"Thomas H. Dargan,
"City Marshal and Chief of Police
"You are hereby instructed to stop}
all coasting on the sidewalks and j
public streets of Juneau at all times
excepting Gold Street, which may be I
used for this purpose from six p. in. |
to nine p. m.
"It is suggested that you ask the j
dally newspapers to make a notice |
to this effect as it may greatly assist j
you in enforcing this order.
This order is mado at the request |
of many parents as well as other j
citizens and on account of the many
severe accidents which havo already
taken place this winter.
Mayor of City of Juneau."
SAVOY.CLOSES FOR TIME.
Owing to Ill-health of tho mnn
ngemcnt tho Savoy Cnfo wil lbo
olosotl for a few weeks. Thanking
my customers and friends for their
patronage in the past, I hope to be
again serving them at the Savoy in
a short time. S. HUATH
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ordered one of thoso fresh cracked
?rabs at tho Alaska. Grill?
I One 3 h.p. stationary air
I cooled gasoline engine, nl
I most new, all complete, ex
^ cept saw-rig. Will trade
( for small electric motor.
I Concrete Products Mfg. Co.
I Wllloughby Avenue,
CUT THIS OUT !
vnd sent It with 25c and receive by
ettirn mail Ilcgulah Dollar Size
Package of our Famous Egyptian
I Beauty ('ream.
\ Tlenuty Builder of the Highest
)rder. You will he more than de
lighted with the result.
R CHURCHILL CHEMICAL CO.,
I, J. SI1ARICK $ v
Jeweler and Optician
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"SAFETY FIRST" AUTO
M. D. Berry, Prop.
AN V WHERE. ANYTIME
Stand, Alaskan Hotel
Phone "Single-0" or 22
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, SOLID COMFORT
with Service for the Winter
Months at Winter Rates
Juneau's Exclusive Hotel
Alaska Transfer Co
General Hauling, Baggage,
Coal, Contract, Hauling.
MAIN ST., PHONE 41
Choice Meat Cuts a
Specialty. All Fresh and
FRONT ST. ? ? Phone 129
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?J The best dressed
men in town are those
wearing suits made by
i ? ??
Undo Ram Is calling for Insistently
every day for trained stenographers
to handle the rait details of the
Will yon help Uncle Ram?
If so, provide your daughter or son
with a business course In stenogra
phy at the Alaska Builnsss College.
Belllngham. with Its Normal 8chool
environment la the cleanest and
safcat city en the Psclflo Coast for
your daughter to lire In while pre
paring herself to do her bit.
ALASKA BU9INE9S COLLEGE
4th PI. Exchanps Cldg. BslMnaham.
Wash., Writ* u? for Informatlor
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\? YOU ARE IN THE
MARKET FOR FUR
NITURE, NOV/ IS
THE TIME TO BUY.
? The bulk of our slock
was purchased before
the war and our prices
are fully 40' < less than
those prevailing in the
?Our stock is strictly
new. We handle no
' second hand, goods.
C. W. YOUNG
The Store of Service
Rain Coats-Ladies', Men's, Children's
GENTLEMEN'S Mackinaws, Men's Dress and Working Trousers,
Hats, Dresses and Novel Shirts.
LADIES?A new shipment of Oeorgette, Crepe de Chine, Voile,
plain and embroidered patterns of waists, at bargain prices.
Also a new assortment of Ladies' and Children's Hose.
OUR SHOES arc the best in the market and arc sold at old
time low prices.
DROP IN AND OKT SOME itBAL DAROAINS AT TUB
THE BARGAIN STORE
LOUIS SALOUM, Prop/? Next to Alaskan Hotel |
I It's High Time For Furs! I
Every sort of good fur is here and is
called by its true name. There are no "mas
querades" in thi| stock! Regal qualities,
carefully selected and carefully made up into
the most popular of the season's fashions.
VISIT OUR FUR ROOM
Warm Goats For Winter
Shown in all new modes, and all the
popular colors. Cloths are Silvertone, Snow
drop Suiting, Kerseys, Broadcloth, Velours
Prices $27.00 and Up
Satisfaction With Every Suit
You Buy Here
Our suits are designed by the best makers
in fashion centers. All are well made and
will give excellent wear.
Priced from $27.50 and Up
The Hun must fail \I
GOLDSTEIN'S EMPORIUM w. si j