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TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING SEE M. J. O'Connor A Perfect Fit or No Sale NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED j Af J. 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 '''1'?'1??1'?'''?in1111h o1111111111111II11111111 i J VI I ? I I l i i t Best Yet?Monarch Malleable Range ;; N'o stow putty used in putting1 these stoves together, i ? Polished steel top?oven thermometer?patent draughts? 1 Prices that compete with all other makes. Sold on guar- -j ;; antee. 4 I SOLE AGENT JULIUS JENSEN DOUGLAS j I I I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ! I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I i r i : t i i : r i i i i i i i i i t i i ; i 11 ; r i 111 11 i 11 i 11 11 111 THE CITY BAR 7 CARRIES the FINEST STOCK of LIQUORS in DOUGLAS j 1 PE33LEF0RD OLD LINE RYE BEST KENTUCKY BOURBON j J DEL PUENTE. HENRY CLAY and Other Standard Cigars. !j r-K-: : : : : : -r-: : : : : i : : i i i i i ; r i i i 11 i i i t 11 i I i 111 ! 111111 111 CHAMBERS BROS., wholesale and Retail Butchers Our Beef. Pork, Mutton, Veal 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 < I II I I M I I I I II II I II I I I II I I I I I I I II I I I I II I I I I I I II I I II I I I. ?S. F. AFRICII | II Dealers In J OENERAE MERCHANDISE DOUGLAS ST. ANN'S AVENUE ALASKA ] ' II I I ? M-+-: I I I M i I I M I I I I I I I I I I ! I I I I I I II I I I I I I II M I I I I The Hunter Amusement Palace FIXE POCKET BILLIARD TABLES First Class Cigars, Tobaccos and Cigarets Phone?Douglas 9 L. H. KEIST, Prop. C. W. YOUNG COMPANY Dealers in Mining, Fishing, Plumbing and Building Supplies Front Street Juneau ? I i iIHI II I I II I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I 1 I I I II II I I I 1 I i I I I I I I | THE LATEST AMERICAN INVENTION MAZDA LAMPS !! AND ALL OTHER KINDS OF ' ELECTRIC LIGHTING GOODS : [1 Can be obtained from the j ALASKA ELECTRIC LIGHT & POWER CO. .. Third and Franklin Streets Juneau j Mli I I I > I I I I M M I I I I 1 H I I I I I II I I I I I I I 3 IJ - Cleaned and Blocked ii P ? JUNEAU ^ W CLEANING AND DYE works SECOND STREET. BETWEEN SEWARD AND FRANKLIN STREETS j HAND "TOOLS j ? In Great Variety, Just Received. 1 X See our new line of HAND, BREAST, and j \ AUTOMATIC DRILLS, They Are Beauties j ? HOLLOW HANDLE TOOL SETS that have a real cut- I ? tin# edge. Something new and good in QUICK ACTING < ? BRACES. KLEIN'S PLIERS, the name is sufficient. < : - i l IF IT S HARDWARE, WE HAVE IT ! J < : ALASKA SUPPLY CO., JUNEAU < J ^ ^ ^ ^ < | Sparks From Douglas BENEFIT SOCIAL A BIG SUCCESS DOUGLAS, March 10.?There was a benelit social in the Star Temper ance hall here Saturday night for Herman Lahlklnen, who is now in the hospital undergoing an operation, the third in the past eighteen months. He lost an eye at Treadwell recently. The social was a great success in every way. A1 Lundstrom, who auc tioned the goods, realized $10 for one orange. The entire proceeds netted $176. DOUGLAS MOOSE TO MEET. [ DOUGLAS. March 10.?There will an important meeting of the Douglas Treadwell Lodge. No. 775, L. O. O. M., tonight at S o'clock, sharp, at the A. L. U. hall. Every member Is urgent ly requested to attend. DOUGLAS, March 10.?The meeting 1 of Hose Co., No. 1, will be held Mon day night and not Tuesday as was erroneously announced in Saturday's issue. I A largo crowd attended the show at " the Treadwell Club on Saturday night. It is announced that all boats com , ing from the Westward will stop at ? Douglas hereafter. There will be a baseball meeting . tonight at the Lyric Theatre after the 1 I show. 1 [ Charles Kemmerling has resigned j; his position in the sharpening depart ? tnent at the Mexican mine. F. G. Pindar has accepted a posi tion at the Mexican hoist. George L. Swarva has accepted a position as shift boss at the Mexican mine. Chas. A. Ball, agent of a Seattle ? wholesale house, was in town Satur f day interviewing the business men. [ He has gone to the Westward, but P will be back in about ten days. L Something happens in March every r year. This time Abner Murray's mous h tache was the victim. Yesterday was change day at Tread well, and as a result a large crowd of men were on the streets and at the Club. Trie steamer Ai-tvi lert uouguis yes terday afternoon for the South. There was no soccer football gam? n yesterday on account of the rain. Wm. Kilburn took charge of the City dock this morning in place of Colin Blain, resigned. Colin was one of the best wharfingers ever at the dock, and ihe new wharfinger will have to go some to take his place. There was no school at Douglas to day on account of the exhaustion of the fuel supply. .Tames McKanna, of Juneau, was a Douglas visitor today. The partition has been taken out of the Curtis Tailor Shop, so as to make more room. An agent of a manufacturing com pany which makes pennants has his samples on display in the Penglase building. The steamer Jefferson leaves Seat [ tie tonight for the North. | Tomorrow night the Treadwell store ? team, No. 3, will bowl Its last game ? against the Cyanide team. No. 6. The ! ? store is still 36 pins behind the ma ! chine shop and it will have to go some ! to win the tournament. I R. R. Reivers will have his new ice | cream parlor ready for business on ; next Wednesday, March 12. He will ? have cigars. Ice cream and candy. On ? Wednesday night ice cream will be . served free of charge from seven to ' ! ten o'clock. Everybody is invited. i ; Chambers Bros., Butchers?Choice h ? cuts a specialty. ??? KANDY SALE?at Swelhart's. It must go. See the window for prices. ADMIRAL SAMPSON BRINGS MANY ? The following are the arrivals on ? the Admiral Sampson Sunday morn ? Ing: ? Wm. Patterson, J. Nelson, Mr. and t Mrs. E. k. Evans, Gertrude Fisk, Robt. Fairbanks, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beade, Jas. McCloskey, John McCloskey, Mar tin D. Walsh, D. A. Meek, A. Hyman, G. D. McDonald, M. F. Jones, A. How ard, Joe Buckenlin8, J. Donovan, E. Larsen, Miss M. Michelle, Mrs. Mat zeuf, Miss E. Johnson, Geo. Brown, Hansen, A. L. Flaret, E. A. Allen, Mrs. P. Murray, Hazel Williams, P. W. A. Hagland, H. H. Post, D. S. Har ris, J. Toman, John R. Beegle, Eojen J Olsen, S. Geyot and A. Shyman. ( I A complete line of tobacco Jars and 1 pipe racks at BURFORDS. i DR. R. C. MATHIS DENTIST Opp. Postoffice, Over Rexall . Drug Store DOUGLAS, - - ALASKA II I I I I I I I II M II U i II I H I I I 1 IK I | Personal Mention | i I I I II II I II I i I I I I H II I I I I 1 William Fursman and .Mrs. Fursman, of Cordova, are passengers aboard tlie' Admiral Sampson enroute to their home. John Zugg, engineer in charge of the Alaska Road Commission work at Fairbanks, is a passenger on the Samp son enroute to Valdez. Harold H. Post, an old N'omeite, now I of Portland. Oregon, arrived In Ju-| neau on the Sampson. .Mr. Post con templates staying here for some time looking the country over. Jack Miller, a well know Slate creek operator, is aboard the Admiral Samp son, enroute to the Westward. John Hazelett, a former mayor and prominent citizen of Cordova, is a pas senger on the Sampson enroute to his home. Senator Hill, the well known old timer, is aboard the Admiral Samp son enroute to the Westward. W. G. Whorf, who obtained the first patent to coal lands in Alaska, i tract embracing Ga acres in the Cook Inlet country, is aboard the Admiral Sampson enroute to the Westward. Jaines MacKison, a wen Known ?uui lough from the interior is aboard the \dmiral Sampson enroute to the In loko. D. Smith Harris, prominent pioneer of Ketchikan, arrived in Juneau to at tend the Arctic Brotherhood conven tion which meets in Douglas on Mar. the 12th. Clyde Colman, a well known Nome ite, passed through on the Admiral Sampson enroute to the Seward pen nsula metropolis. James McCloskey returned to Ju leau on the Admiral Sampson Sun lay morning. . ' Robert Fairbanks, an old timer, re amed from the States on the Samp- I ion. John Wick, an old Bonanza creek >perator, but now of Hadley, Prince I )f Wales Island, has come to Juneau 'or the summer. John McCloskey returned to Ju leau yesterday morning. < S. B. Cerf, engineer in charge at Sal- 1 non creek, was in town yesterday. < Frank Le Roy has accepted a po- i iition at the Occidental. Wm. E."Deyo was in from Sheep i :reek yesterday. < iVm. Cernic 1 as accepted a position vith the Juneau Liquor Co. i / j J Marshal Faulkner Raids Tanekee j Clyde Ayers, who has been conduct- ? ing Kay's club house at Tenakee for' ? the past several months, this morning . pleaded guilty in Commissioner Winn's I court to selling liquor without a 11-1 * cense and was lined $500 and costs, ' which he paid. His, troubles did not |* end with this, however, for the mar- ? shal's olllce immediately filed a com- , plaint charging violation of the anti gambling laws. .Marshal Faulkner says that he has had several anonymous letters from Tenakee alleging that certain parties were violating the anti-gambling laws and selling liquor without a license but that he could not get the neces sary evidence without sending an un known deputy to the scene of their op erations. This was done and Deputy Elsmore, of Petersburg, went up last week and caught them at it with the | results just narrated. Ayers, so Els more states, attempted to bribe him not to make the arrest, offering $100 for imminity, saying that he had been! following gambling for the past two years and that he always stood in with | the officers of the law. Complaints from Tenakee are to the effect that propcctors and others who' came to the springs for their health were inveigled into the games and i fleeced, leaving then unprepared to I e pay for their treatments. ? ^ j I THE AL-KI BRINGS I v MANY PASSENGERS! J a The steamer Al-Ki arrived yester- ^ day bringing the following passengers: For Juneau?W. R. Smith, Geo. 1 Breahe, S. Evan Hodge, L. J. McDon ald, Nelson D. Brier, Mrs. Jesse Mark, Mrs. I. Knowles, Miss Edna Ellinger Margeret Ellinger, Rena Ellinger, Har ry Ellinger, M. Katzenmeyer, Jos. E. Chovin, T. H. York, J. L. Gray,, Bol Ukovich, Mr. Pomelly, and Tony Nich olas. For Hoonah?C. J. Alexander, E. Somers, Wm. Stone, James Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Slyer. SPLENDID SHOW, BIG CROWDS AT ORPHEUM The Orpheum show last night called out a crowded house that was more c] than pleased with the offerings of the 1)1 avening. Pathe's Weekly is both in structive and entertaining scenes from Portland and Yakima lent additional hi interest. "Just Like a Woman" is an Fr old story cleverly acted. "Alkali Ike's Boarding House," is a h< rip-roaring comedy. M .EGISLATORS CAN USE CABLE FREE Information was conveyed in a tel- ? gram received by Governor Walter ? I. Clark this morning that the mem- . era of the First Alaska Legislature ! .ill be permitted to send official tnes ages over the Alaska military cables " nd telegraph lines without charge. ? 'he concession was granted pursuant ? o the recent recommendation of Gov. ? Mark. ! Job Printing at The Empire Office [ : FIRE PROOF BUILDINGS CHEAP AS WOODEN STRUCTURES Fourteen years of Practical ex perience in the Engineering pro fession enables C. K. FORNER to build YOU a beautiful CON CRETE HOUSE, with MEDUSA j cement finish for a minimum sum. Adress P. O. Box 436, Juneau. CLASSIFIED. WANTED?Married couple to take large of hotel dining room. Fine pp artunity for right parties. Address - T. J., Empire office. 2-25-t.f. FOR SALE?Soldiers' additional amestead script?40, 42, 44?96 acres, tquire of Senator B. F. Millard. WANTED ? Furnished or unfur ause of three or four rooms. Apply rs. Fox, Winter & Pond's Studio. 6t. iORPHEUM i : JUNEAU, ALASKA " ; Photo Playsjj [general films;: C Best by Test !! [ performance [j Every Nij?ht ;; -!? I ! I I M 1-H-H-H-H1! 1 I 1 1 1 I I I Weyerhorst Hospital Douglas, Alaska ?GENERAL SURGERY? Our Specialty , DR. JOS. WEYERHORST / Chief Surgeon / ' DR. W. G. BENAWA / Consulting Physician and Sur^on Juneau Construction Co. < I Architects and Buildec <' Old Juneau Iron Works Effg. < ? Franklin Street / o Opp. Laundry ? 'Phon# 3-8-8 o Gloves Underwear Hosiery /p^dUNERUHLRSKR. I Laces Embroidies Trimmings We Are Pleased to Announce the Arrival of I NEW and EXCLUSIVE LINES of COATS, SUITS AND DRESSES For the Coming Season Coats ?The 45-inch coat with the smart cut away effect. Comes in plain and fancy cloth, full lined with contrasting colors . of messaline, and? i Semi-Evening Dresses ?Chiffon ? messaline ? silk poplin ? iharmouse and foulards, promise to play an important part in evening dresses. We are showing some very smart dresses at? Suits ?The 24- and 26-inch jacket for the suit coat seems to be the "Correct I Thing." Cutaway effects with one, and I two-button fastenings, with a touch of color on collar and reveers, at? Moderately Priced Reasonable Prices Popular Prices | ?H-H-M-M-H'M H H 1 i I I I I 1 1 1 1 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 :: 1111111 I-H-H-H-H !'!' 1 1 I'i ! 1 ! !? DO YOU WANT THE RAILWAY? I HEREBY* INDORSE the proposal of C. K. FORNER, for tin* establishment of an electric railway connecting the three bay cities, viz, Tread well, Douglas and Juneau, via Sheep Creek. Very truly yours Name Address Date All those of the three bay cites who are in favor of the above, please fill out blank form and mail to?C. K. FORNER, Box 436 Juneau. 4-10-6t.