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FREE SHOE REPAIRING
MODERN MACHINERY—BEST MATERIALS USED
Stitching soles, sewing uppers, hooks, eyes and buttons, etc., will
be done as often as necessary, if shoes are purchased at this store.
LADIES'. MEN'S AND CHILDREN'S SHOES
—The best of materials and workmanship at prices you paid
three years ago.
J. M. SALOUM
JUNCTION FRONT AND FRANKLIN STREETS
(Opposite Gastineau Hotel)
The Mavis Line of
Toilet Preparations
MANUFACTURED BY VTV
AUDOU, PARIS
Mavis Taclum Pd.
Mavis Face Pd.
Mavis Toilet Water
Mavis Soap
Mavis Tooth Paste
Mavis Co'd Cream
Mavis Rouge
Waltz Dream Talcum Pd.
Waltz Dream Face Pd.
Waltz Dream Toilet Water
Mavis Perfume
“The Acme of refined taste"
The Rexall Store Juneau, Alaska
P HONE 25
TRAINED STENOGRAPHERS
WANTED
Uncle Sam la calling for Insistently
every day for trained atenographera
to handle the vast details of the
war work.
Will you help Uncle Sam?
If bo, pro-ide your daughter or aon
with a business couth© Itv stenogra
phy at the A.jska Business Collage.
Bellingham, with Its Normal School
environment la the cleaneat and
aafeat city on the Pacific Coaat for
your daughter to live In while pre
paring heraelf to do be** bit.
ALASKA BUSINESS COLLEGE
4th FI. Exchange 2ldg. Bellingham.
Wash., Writ* us for Information
t
APPEARANCE IS
EVERYTHING
A “Rood front” insures n man ] j
a “good standing” wherever he j
goes. '
We guarantee your good np- ]
pearance with our tailor-made
suits and overcoats.
‘House of Irving’
JAMES MOON, Local Represen
tatlve
THE HKNOVATORY
- ']
Washday Burden
; Let the laundry carry your wash
day burden. It’s money well
spent. HOUOIl DRY is the logi
cal way lo do family wash.
Start the month by sending us
your laundry. You will be
pleased with the result.
GOLD BELT LAUNDRY
LEE A. RICKER
PHONE 299
STANDARD SANITARY FIX
TURES
Rathroom supplies
Showers
Toilets
Wash-bowls
SANITARY PLUMBING CO.
Willoughby Ave.
Phone 443
V.-/
Independent Market
Choice Meat Cuts a
Specialty. All Fresh and
Cured Meats.
FRONT ST. - - Phone 129
COMMENCING
FRIDAY, NOV. 1
We will open at
9 A.M. and close
at 11 P. M.
Butler-Mauro
Drug Go.
96 7B0HT ST.
Sub Sutioa Post Office Ho. 1
TKLEPH01X 134
IB!
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SEDAN IS WHERE
NAPOLEAN III. GAVE
UP HIS BIG STRUGGLE
Sedan, the capital of the
Department of Ardcnesa, ia
noted for the Franco-Prus
Binn War of 1S70. It Is built
on the right hank of the river
Meuse around a bend which
forms a peninsula. On the
left bank stands the suburb
of Torcy, situated partly with
in the peninsula. In the
Fourteenth Century Sedan was
a dependency of the Abbey of
Mouzon, the possession of
which was disputed by the
ltishop of Liege and Rheims.
It. passed through numerous
religious wars. It was the
! center of the most disastrous
! war of the Franco-Prussian
forces in the year named. The
I Village cf Ilazeilles , three
miles Southeast, contains the
great ossuary, the house ren- |
dered famous by Nouville's
paintings, and contains oh- |
jects found on the battlefield.
I At Donchery, three and a half
miles West of Sedan, is the
Chateau of Rellevue, where
Napoleon III. surrendered his
sword and where the terms of
the capitulation of Sedan were 1
agreed upon.
A. H. PALMER DEAD
NEW HAVEN. Conn., Nov. 7.—Ar
hur Hubbell Palmer, a well known
ducator and professor of Yale,
ied this morning.
HAINES OFFICIAL HERE
Frank Heller, City Clerk and Mag
strate at Haines, is a guest at the
lastineau, having arrived in town
ast night on the Estebeth.
FROM AUK BAY
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Carlson, of
tuk Hay, arrived in town last night
in the Estebeth and will visit in
own a few days.
IHINEBERGER SELLS INTEREST
Julius Rhineberger, of the Inde
icndent Meat Market, has sold his
nterest in the shop to the Union
deat Co., of which Sydney Jacobs
s agent. C. E. Cash, formerly meat
utter at the Treadwell market e
10k with the Union Meat Co., for
nerly known as the Independent
ilarket on Front Street.
nr. MAKES DENIAL
ARTHUR &R1S6ANL
The trail of that many headed ser
pent. the German propaganda, from
Berlin to this country, and possibly
Into the offices of certain American
newspapers. Is growing more inter
esting to the federal authorities *■
the disclosures accumulate la con
nection with the coming Congres
sional Investigation of the purchase
of the Washington Times with
money loaned by members of the
United States Brewers' Association.
The extent to which Alexander
Konta. Hungarlan-Amerlcnn banker
of New York city, wtose letter to Dr.
Bernard Demburg In 1915 showed
his readiness to render service to the
K*l>er's propaganda, may figure In
the mvesigation. Mr. Arthur Bris
bane. owner of the Washington
Times, made a public denial that bo
had ever bad any business associa
tions with Mr. Konta.
Indeed, We
do flat work at 55e per doz. Every
thing back but the dirt,
l’bone 133, NOKTHEK.N LAUNDRY
INFLUENZA IS
SPREADING IN
MANY DISTRICTS
Doctors Report New Cases
in Juneau; Many Other
Alaskan Towns Are
Suffering.
MANY ARE RECOVERING
Health Authorities Advise
Greatest Care: Adher
ance of Quarantine
Regulation.
Health authorities today In Juneau
report numerous rases of influenza
or pneumonia and advise all having
the slightest suggestion of a cold or
illness, to use the greatest of precau
tions.
Only one death from the disease
has occurred so far in Juneau. There
are several persons at the hospitals
md various homes who are very ill.
There are eight cases in the Juneau
General hospital, all of which are
reported to be improving.
There are three new cases of the
disease at St. Ann Hospital, two be
ing workmen from the Wort hen num
ber Mills who entered recently, a
Hindu and Russian who are believed
to be improving. A Russian Finn was
taken to St. Ann hospital last night
very sick and he is reported to he
just about holding his own today
Nearly every business house in
luneau feels the loss of one or more
if its employees from either the dis
ease or bad colds.
Dr. Dawes reports Mr. and .Mrs.
Gd, Hurlhut, the child of Mr and
Mrs. P. E. Peterson, Carl Dahl wife
ind child, and A. Forslin and wife
is new cases while approximately
en or fifteen cases of the disease
under his care are now improving.
Dr. Sloane reports that there are
between 100 and 150 cases of Span
sh influenza now in the city of Ju
neau and some are very low with
he disease. He states that there
will he a further spread of the dis
nase unless more precautions are ta
:en. He advocates the use of masks
for everyone for the protection of
others.
Influenza At Nome
Gov. Thomas Higgs. Jr., today re
ceived the following from Mayor
Homan of Nome:
“We call it influenza. Both hos
pitals are full and sickness in very
many homes. Walter Shields died
last night. Neuman is in a fair way
to recover. About 25 deaths among
•he Natives, most of them are sick.
Dr. Burson and Kit Tilson active.
We have our hands more than full.
The Judge and Marshall are still in
bed.
Physicians Appointed
By authority to the Governor of
Alaska, by the Surgeon General of
the United States Health Service,
temporary Assistant surgeons of the
pubilc health service have been ap
pointed at Petersburg, Wrangell,
Skagway, Sitka, Latouche and Chich
agof.
Notice To Natives
Juneau, November 7, 1918.
To all Alaska Natives:
On account of the prevalence of
influenza, all Natives (Indians) are
warned as follows:
(1) Do not visit at another Na
tive's house.
(2) Keep your house well aired.
(3) Wear influenza masks.
(4) Avoid any gathering.
(5) If you have a cold or fever
go to bed and stay there until well.
(fi) A potlatch is absolutely for
bidden, and any Native attempting to
get up a potlatch will be prosecut
ed.
(7) Stay in your own village. I)o
not attempt to visit any neighboring
village and do not allow a native
from another vilalge to visit you.
(8) Report any infraction of these
rules to Mr. Hawkesworth. who will
see that punishment is imposed.
THOMAS RIGGS, Jr ,
Governor, .Commissioner of
Health.
ENTRAINMENT SUSPENDED
TEMPORARILY DURING THE
EPIDEMIC OPINFLUENZA
The Government exemption boards
have received orders from the Pro
vost Marshal General's department to
the effect that all men in the com
A Very Large Display of Waists
The Leainer
Made Blouses
You will be pleased to see the
great variety of waists which are
suitable to be combined with a sep
arate skirt for informal and semi
formal wear. Georgettes, of course,
are most popular. We have them in
all the new colorings.
PRICED $7.50 AND UP
Velvet Dresses
A new lot of woman’s vel
vet dresses just in. Colors,
navy, brown, black and Rus
sian green.
Priced $29.50 to $39.50
Visit Our Fur Department
Buy Now
Whatever Dress
Goods You Need
After January 1st all goods manufactured
will be only half wool. We have a select line
of all-wool serges, poplins, gabardines, etc., in
most all of the popular colors. Most all at the
old prices. Don’t buy unless you need them,
but if you need them buy NOW!
The BEST GLOVES
Your Money Can Buy
New line, just opened, black,
white, gray and browns.
PRICE $2.50 AND $2.75
We Sell
w. s. s.
GOLDSTEIN'S EMPORIUM
We Sell
W. S. S.
ing draft will not be entrained any
where in Alaska during the present
epidemic of influenza.
The boards have received orders to
send out questionnaires to all regis
trants in the late class of 18 to 45,
and the work of mailing them has
already begin.
~V~
Five Deaths From “Flu”
KETCHIKAN, Nov. 7. — Hazel
Brown died here of influenza, mak
ing three victims in all. Five deaths
are reported from the infleunza now
reported from Metlakatla.
NOTICE.
Owing to the *»spread of influ
enza Alaska Native Brotherhood
Annual Convention postponed until
convenient, to meet at Hoonah, Alas
ka, at date to be announced later.
PAUL. LIBERTY.
Sitka, Alaska.
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TABLE BOARD
By month, week or meal.
Rates: 2 meals $25 month;
$7 weekly; 50c single. Ap
ply Mrs. Turner, opp. Forest
Bldg., or Van Atta Barber
Shop.
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COAL AND KINDLNIG
Ladysmith or Naimo coal,
dry kindling, hauling of al
kinds. Cole Transfer.
Phone 3442.
SMALL AND LARGE
houses for rent. Inquire
| Mrs. H. P. Hansen. W. 8th
1 and Calhoun Avenue.
Weather Conditions as Recorded by the U. S. Weathei
Bureau.
i LOCAL DATA
BAROMETER TEMP. HUMIDITY WIND VEL. W1ATHXB
8:00 a. m. 30.12 38 85 E. 9 Bain
12:00 Noon 30.10 38 88 S.E. 6 Bain
rABT.E DEPORTS FOR 24 HOURS ENDING AT 9 A. M. TODAY
TESTERl)A V
Highest 8 p. m.
Temp. Temp.
Nome . 10 0
Tanana . 6 2
Eagle . 10 10
Valdes . 34 30
Juneau . 38 38
Sitka . 52 36
Prince Rupert . 44 4 4
Seattle . 46 4 6
Portland . 46 42
San Pranclaco . 62 66
TODAY
Preep.
Lowest 8 p. m. Last 24
Temp. Temp. Hours
-2 8 ^0
-18 -18 0
-10 -6 0
28 32 .98
35 38 .48
40 44 0
40 42 •
48 84 |
8 a. m.
We* the
Clr
cu
ddy
Snow
Rain
Cldy
Pt. Cldj
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NOTICE.
Until further notice, owing to the
influenza, as a precautionary meas
ure, our offices will be open from 1
to 2 p. m. to care for emergency
cases only.
WHITE & JENNE,
Dentists.
A BARGAIN
Furnished house and lot,
$900 ($1800 invested) sec
ond house from 6th and
Park Ave., Nelson Add’n.
Call evenings. H. C. Lock
hart.
GEORGE ANDERSON
(Piano Expert)
Is back in Juneau for the
winter. Pianos tuned, re
paired, for rent and sale.
Cash paid for used pianos
and talking machines. P.O.
Box 991, Juneau, phone 143.
CASE HOTEL
Oppoiite City Wharf, Over
McMillan's Store. Rooms by
day, week or month.
I. J.SHARICK
Jwwlir and Optlalaa
Watahaa, D'amoada,
Jawalrj
Sllvarwara
\ “SAFETY FOUST” AUTO
M. D. Berry, Prop.
ANYWHERE, ANYTIME
Stand, Alaskan Hotel
Phone “Single-0” or 22
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SOLID COMFORT
With Service for the Winter
Months at Winter Bates
HOTEL ZYNDA
Juneau’s Exclusive Hotel
Alaska Transfer Co
/ -
General Hauling, Baggage,
Coal, Contract, Mailing.
MAH ST., FEOMX tf
•phone It to The Empire, No. 174.
1
Philadelphia-Made Hardware
PLUMB
The Axe that’s <
Built for 'Woodsmen
Worth Twice as 1W
an Ordinary A
Made of one piece of steel from head to cut
be ground twice as far back as the ot[din<
Has the keenest, longest lasting bit made, ***_
trated is the "Dreadnaught” pattern of the Plumb Axe line;
has a black, ru«4-r«st*tinii finish. -
C. W. YOUNG COMPANY
THE STORE OF QUALITY AND SERVICE
f
THE TROTH
<J The best dressed
men in town are those
wearing 'suits made by
F. WOLLAND
MERCHANT TAILOR
V.
QDALITY
SERVICE
SATISFACTION
Alaska Steam Laundry,
Inc., FhonC II
THE EMPIRE’S cUulfled* pay.*
FINE POULTRY ".rr
delivery HOURjSi^ H a»r%.
Frye-Bruhn Market "'"ZLFZZ

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