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If You Want the Real Thing in
TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING
SEE
M. J. O'Connor
A Perfect Fit or No Sale
NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED
M. / O'CONNOR DOUGLAS
Paul Bloedhorn, Jeweler
WATCHES, CLOCKS, CHINA AND CUT GLASS
DOUGLAS ALASKA
P. H. fox Has a Big Sale
High Grade Sweaters for Men & Women
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Best Yet?Monarch Malleable Range f
No srove putty used in putting these stoves together. !;
p Polished steel top?oven thermometer?patent draughts? *r
r Prices that compete with all other makes. Sold on guar- ??
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[ SOLE AGENT JULIUS JENSEN DOUGLAS I
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THE CITY BAR f
[ CARRIES the FINEST STOCK of LIQUORS in DOUGLAS J
L PEB3LEF0R0 OLD LINE RYE BEST KENTUCKY BOURBON f
f DEL PUENTE. HENRY CLAY and Other Standard Cigars. ^
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CHAMBERS BROS.. Wholesale and Retail Butchers I
Our Beef. Pork, Mutton. Veai and Lamb are as Good as Can Be
Raised. .Nothing but Prime Meat of Every Kind.
Phone 1-0 Poultry, Fish and Game in Season. Douglas
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- DOUGLAS ST. ANN'S AVENUE ALASKA ;;
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The Hunter Amusement Palace
FIXE POCKET BILLIARD TABLES
First Class Cigars. Tobaccos and Cigarets
Phone?Douglas L. H. KEIST. Prop.
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C. W. YOUNG COMPANY |
Dealers in
Mining, Fishing, Plumbing
and Building Supplies
Front Street Juneau
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i THE LATEST AMERICAN INVENTION
j MAZDA LAMPS
AND ALL OTHER KINDS OF ;;
ELECTRIC LIGHTING GOODS
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Can I>e obtained from the
ALASKA ELECTRIC LIGHT & POWER CO.
Third and Franklin Street Juneau
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JUNEAU
^ ^ V CLEANING AND DYE WORKS
SE'OND STREET. BETWEEN SEWARD AND FRANKLIN STREETS j
HAND TOOLS i
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> In Great Variety, Just Received. 11
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> See our new line oi HAND, BREAST, and 11
I AUTOMATIC DRILLS, Thev Are Beauties |
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|t HOI.LOW HANDLE TOOL SETS that have a real cut- J
? ting edge. Something new and good in QUICK ACTING JI
> BRACES. KLEIN'S PLIERS, the name is sufficient. ^
IF ITS HARDWARE, WE HAVE IT I
ALASKA SUPPLY CO., juneau j
Sparks From!
Douglas
DOUGLAS. March 6.?Next Satur
day there will be a benfit dauce at the
Alaska Star Temperance hall. The ad
mission will be 50 cents for adults
and 25 cents for children. Coffee and
cake will be served. Oranges with
raffle numbers inside will be sold, and
the lucky number will win a handsome
pin.
The dance committee for St. Pat
rick's ball, to be held on the 24th
at the Natorium hall, has completed
the arrangements and tickets are be
ing rapidly disposed of.
There will be a bowling match to
morrow night at the Treadwell Club
alleys between the Ready Bullion
team and the Treadwell machine
shops teams.
Mr. and Mrs. Whitcomb arrived on
the Curacao. Mrs. Whitcomb is a
daughter of William Orangeshaw, of
Treadwell.
The Northwestern came to Douglas
last night with 49 tons of freight.
The steamer Curacao arrived at
Douglas 5 o'clock this morning with
4S tons of freight and mail.
Sam Keist, Mrs. Jormy, John Mc
Williams, and Joe Dicky returned to
day from Renter's bay, where they
own some mining claims, which they
have been looking over.
Dave Russell, blacksmith at the
Treadwell machine shops, is on the
sick list.
S. Lisner, agent for a Seattle paint
house, was around visiting the Island
hardware men yesterday.
Sam Rornstein, a leading Seattle
wholesale merchant, was a visitor on
the Island yesterday.
Clyde Abercrontbie, of Juneau, was
on the Island today.
A large crowd attended the Tread
well Club dance last night.
FIREMEN CELEBRATE MARCH 17
The Treadwell Firemen's smoker,
scheduled for March 26th. has by re
quest. been set ahead to March 17th.
St. Patrick's Day. The change was
made because a large number of the
members of the first Legislature, now
in session at Juneau, bear good old
Irish names, and if they are true to
their colors, and to the traditions of
their forefathers, as well as loyal and
patriotic American citizens, they will,
no doubt, declare March 17th a legal
holiday throughout Alaska. It was de
cided that it would be appropriate to
invite the legislators to see the big
mines as well as to witness and enjoy
the smoker which on that occasion
will give the law-makers an oppor
tunity to witness a typical Treadwell
entertainment, such as are indulged
in periodically by the 1,600 employees
of the Treadwell mines.
Chambers Bros., Butchers?Choice
cuts a specialty. ???
KAN'DY SALE?at Sweihart's. It
must go. See the window for prices.
Savino Funeral at
Douglas Tomorrow
DOUGLAS, March 6.?Angelo Savi
no. who died yesterday at St. Ann's
hospital, Juneau, from wounds re
ceived in an accident at the Persever
ance mine, last Sunday, will be buried
from the Catholic church in Douglas
tomorrow morning at ten o'clock. The
deceased was an Italian, 27 years of
age. Ho .vav also a member of th<
Alaska Labor Union, and the funeral
will be held under their auspices.
The remains will be buried at the now
Catholic cemetery. Ea'her Bruckert
will oir'ciate.
Ange'o Savino was well known on
the Island and had many friends here.
He formerly worked at Treadwell.
ORPHEUM HOTEL
FURNITURE IS HERE
?
The furniture, rugs, etc., for the Or
pheum hotel arrived on the Curacao
this morning and was immediately in
stalled. The house is now ready to
receive guests.
little.
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mined; ready to operate
on arrival;
^ Cost reasonable; efficient and
J durable: easily shipped Us
?r remote points: needs no
special foundation.
Ono patron writes: "We are uslnc
a 3.1-mesh screen and milling an
a rem ire of 10 tons of ore per 24-hour
day with eneh mill. Considering
home power consumed LITTLE GIANT
STAMP MII.I.S are moat rapid crush
er* ever seen: prefer them to any
other stamp mill on market."
Information obtainable by address
ing or calling on
Seattle Construction & Drydock Company
Dept. K Seattle, U. 8. A. ?
DR. R. C. MATHIS
DENTIST
Opp. Postofficc, Over Kcxall
Drug Store
DOUGLAS, - - ALASKA
ACCIDENTS FROM
DEFECTIVE WALKS
Tuesday night Bernard Meigler, who
has been in the employ of J. P. Ben
[eon. fell on the steps leading from
j Front street up toward Swede hill, on
account of a step breaking with him
and sustained very serious injuries.
It was not discovered that his case
was serious until yesterday morning
when on breaking into his house where
he lives alone, the injured man was
found in an unconscious state. Mr.
Benson had Mr. Meigler taken to the
hospital at once and Dr. Sloane was
called.
Only the other day Mrs. William
Harris had almost the same exper
ience in another part of the cit> fall
ing through a defective walk and sus
taining very painful injuries.
NEW CODES FOR
ALASKA IN TYPE
A cable message from his secre
tary, Mr. Jeffrey, received by Delegate
Wickersham, brings the information
that the new codes for Alaska, com
prising three volumes, have now been
put in type and that proofs in the
rough have been mailed to the Dele
gate here in Juneau.
The new codes were prepared as
the joint action of the House and
Senate Committees on Territories.
This new code in three volumes is to
displace the Carter Code entirely and
has been prepared largely through the
assistance of Delegate Wickersham
and contains everything up to the
last minute in the matter of Congres
sional law-making for Alaska. It is
the desire of the Delegate to have the
proof sheets of the new code present
ed to the Legislative Assembly of Alas
ka as a guide in the matter of pass
ing new laws. An appropriation of
$10,000 has been made to pay for
the printing of this new code which
will mark the end of Congressional
law-making for the territory. There
is also an appropriation to soever the
expense of printing the laws passed by
the present Legislature of Alaska
which will be known as volume 1, of
the session laws of the Territory of
Alaska.
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.
t Any subscribers to The Daily Em
pire not receiving papers regularly
<dther by carrier or mail, will confer
a favor by promptly notifying The
Empire office.
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| Personal Mention |
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11. W. Milwee arrived on the North
western to accept a position in the of
fice of the Alaska-Gastineau Mining
Company. He is domiciled at the Oc
cidental hotel.
John Mehalzic, one of the most suc
cessful of the Tanana valley mining
operators, was a Juneau visitor yes
terday. He is a pasenger on the North
western enroute to his home on Ester
creek.
Jack Chamberlain, the well known
commercial man came up from Wran
gell on the Curacao last night.
J. \V .Woodford has returned from
Taku and will be in town for some
; time.
Jerry Dunn left for Seattle on the
I Jefferson last night.
Wallace George left for the South
last night for a few week's vacation.
Lewis Betteker, the Sentinel Island
lighthouse keeper, took passage on the
Jefferson last night enroute to Chica
go.
John Knutson and John Hogan left
for Petersburg on the Jefferson.
itichard Bushell owner and editor
of the Ketchikan Miner, returned to
his home on the Jefferson.
Councilman J. L. Gray left for
Wrangell on the Jefferson.
Mark Phelps, of Skagway, passed
through on the Jefferson. This is the
first trip Outside for Mr. Phelps in lfi
years.
Ed C. Johnson, a wen Known primer
and newspaper man, of Skagway, was
in Juneau yesterday. He is leaving
for Haines on the Curacao today.
Byron Olson, one of the best known
miners of the NorfJi and a sourdough
of '96 arrived in Juneau from Skag-J
way on the Jefferson, Mr. Olson will j
take a position with the Alaska-Gas
tineau Company. I
S. E. Chambers, Dominion govern-j
ment operator at Carcross, Y. T., is a
passenger on the Jefferson southbound
on a two months' vacation.
FEMMER & RITTER
See this firm for all kinds of dray
ing and hauling. We guarantee sat
isfaction and reasonable prices. Coai
J delivered promptly. Femmer & Bit
ter's Express. Stand Burford's Cor
ner Phone 314. Residence phones
402 or 403.
WHEN YOU want to eat well, go
to the Commercial Cafe Dining Room,
Lunch Counter, Private Boxes. The
choicest viands at lowest prices. For
reservations for private parties, phone
281. v 3-5-t.f.
SEAL SHIPT OYSTERS?Freeh at
the local agency?CHAS. GOLDSTEIN
Tho Dally Empire delivered In Ju
neau. Douglas and Treadwell for $1.00
a month.
? Juneau Construction Co. Z
X Architects and Builders ?
e Old Juneau Iron Work6 Bldg. ?
X Franklin Street +
J Opp. Laundry ? 'Phone 3-8-8 ^
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* Marine Notes ii
H n I I I I I I M I I I I I I I I I I I I I I
The Alki sailed for Juneau Tues
day night and should arrive Friday.
The next sailing from Seattle will be
.Mar. 16.
The Curacao reached the dock in
Juneau at :,ine o'clock this morning.
She will return from Skagway and
said south toinorroihgwn bill
sail south tomorrow night at eight
o'clock.
The Northwestern arrived from the
South yesterday morning and sailed
for the Westward about midnight from
Sheep creek.
The Jefferson sailed for the South at
S:30 last night.
The Humboldt will make her next
arrival in Juneau Mar. 14.
The Yukon is scheduled to arrive
front the Westward about Mar. 10.
The Northwestern is scheduled to
sail south from Juneau March 10.
The Georgia sailed for Sitka and;
way ports this morning.
The Princess May will arrive March
11 sailing south midnight March 12.
STEAMER SPOKANE WILL
BE BACK ON RUN AGAIN
Agent' Ewing has received a wire
to the effect that the steamer Spokane
will relieve the Curacao on her next
trip, sailing from Seattle for Juneau,
Skagway and way ports, on March 13.
FIRE PROOF BUILDINGS CHEAP
AS WOODEN STRUCTURES
Fourteen years of Practical ex
perience in the Engineering pro
fession enables C. K. FORNER
I to build YOU a beautiful CON
CRETE HOUSE, with MEDUSA
cement finish for a minimum sum.
Adress P. O. Box 436, Juneau.
iORPHEURlj
~ JUNEAU, ALASKA II
jj Photo Plays ::
ii GENERAL FILMS ::
:: Best by Test !!
jj PERFORMANCE jj
;; Every Night ;;
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Weyerhorst
Hospital
Douglas, Alaska
?GENERAL SURGERY?
Our Specialty
DR. JOS. WEYERHORST
Chief Surgeon
DR. W. G. BENAWA
Consulting Physician and Surgeon
jj Royal Worcester
I and
Bon Ton Corsets
Short, Medium and Long
, Lengths
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^!^3uneru,RLASKR.
Pictorial Review
Patterns
Spring Fashion Book Now
Here
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DO NOT FORGET
We are making very low prices on Ladies' Fall and Winter Suits, Coats and Furs. We must have room
for our Spring Stock |
RIGHT GOODS AT RIGHT PRICES
Table Linens Bed Spreads
T owels Sheets
Napkins Pillow Cases
n !? r i Doilies Comforters
Reliance Gloves . , ? ,
Scarfs Blankets
Curtains Underwear
Draperies Hosiery
Shades Gloves
Table Oil Cloth Sweaters
Men's Furnishings, Clothing and Shoes
I GROCERIES
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Our Preparation of ::
Prescriptions
is such that it insures you '?
of getting the absolutely ;;
right medicine, in exact ac- ;;
cordance with the instruc- ??
tions of your physician. !!
Only fresh drugs and ;;
chemicals will be used and
our stock in this line is !!
complete. "
Wm.Britt, Druggist ::
ri? ? i
SPECIAL SALE
of everthing, commencing Monday Mar. 3. Elegant
Evening Gowns, House Dresses, Street Garments,
Dress Waists, Millinery, Hair Goods, etc.
Special prices while the sale is on.
MRS. A. GIBRALTAR

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