If You Want the Real Thing in
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
A MILLION PEOPLE TODAY PREFER
A Full Line Carried By
P. H. FOX - - Douglas, Alaska
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Wall Paper Wall Paper Wall Paper
! Our spring stock of wallpaper; samtas, gloge. imported paper. ?
| md lining: we also sell Tell-I-Tac. theonly ready-for-uso paste. Best ..
? stock on the Island to choose from, prices more than right. J
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THE CITY BAR
; CARRIES the FINEST STOCK of LIQUORS in DOUGLAS ::
i PEBBLEFORD OLD LINE RYE BEST KENTUCKY BOURBON ?'
; DEL PUENTE. HENRY CLAY and Other Standard Cigars. "
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CHAMBERS BROS., wholesale and Retail Butchers
Our Beef. Pork, Mutton, Veal and Lamb are as Good as Can 3e
Raised. Nothing but Prime Meat of Every Kind.
Phone 1-0 Poultry, Fish and Game in Season. Douglas
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The Hunter Amusement Palace
FINE POCKET BILLIARD TABLES
First Class Cigars, Tobaccos and Cigarets
Phone?Douglas 9 L. H. KEIST, Prop.
C. W. YOUNG COMPANY
Mining, Fishing, Plumbing
and Building Supplies
Front Street Juneau
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THE LATEST AMERICAN INVENTION
AND ALL OTHER KINDS OF ; j
ELECTRIC LIGHTING GOODS
Can be obtained from the !!
ALASKA ELECTRIC LIGHT & POWER CO.
Third and Franklin Streets Juneau ? >
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?? - Cleaned and Blocked
vw CLEANING AND DYE WORKS
SECOND STREET, BETWEEN SEWARD AND FRANKLIN STREETS
"THE RECOLLECTION OF QUALITY REMAINS LONG
AFTER THE PRICE IS FORGOTTEN." "
?The above is the motto of the Famous o
Having bought at a great sacrifice a splendid line of
Pocket Knives, Razors and Scissors i:
we offer you the benefit at never-heard-of prices for such ?>
a high grade guaranteed line. < ?
The prices are marked in plain figures in our window. <>
Get in Line Before It Is Too Late Z
ALASKA SUPPLY CO JUNEAU ?
DOUGLAS. March 20. ? The ladies
held an interesting meeting yesterday
afternon at home of Mrs. P. Pierce.
Leslie Foreman of the Treadwell
Store force has accepted a position as
steward at the Mexican boarding
house in place of Sam Loftis who has
Monte Snow is the new cigar-stand
tender, as Dave Housel took charge of
his new saloon today.
There will be a bowling match to
morrow night between the Mexican
and .Machine shop teams at the Tread
Leroy Anderson, who has been work
ing at Treadwell for the last four or
the months resigned his position at
the Mexican and will leave for the
new strike at Lake Teslin.
Mrs. Jack Cottrell was a visitor to
The fishing schooner "Standard
Fish Co. No. 2" is taking on salt and
The city pump was going this morn
ing. It works fine.
M. G. Rogers is a visitor -t Juneau
Good Friday services in the Catholic
church will start at eight o'clock to
morrow morning and at 7:30 in the
Mrs. Frank Simpson is a Juneau
Remember the big St. Patrick's
? dance next Monday the 24th.
The St. Ann's parochial school
I closed yesterday afternoon for an East
| er vacation of a few days.
IT IS NOW time to fix your garden.
, Get a load of manure. Apply Gilllgan
; Brothers. 3-ll-6t.
Chambers Bros., Butchers?Choice
cuts a specialty. ???
KANDY SALE?at Sweihart's. It
must go. See the window for prices.
New Men at Head
of Model Restaurant
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! Fred Vinton, who has been connect
| with the Model Restaurant for some
time, and Tom McMullen, two well
known Northern caterers, have pur
chased Mtehoedl?skfgffi 111 HI '
chased the Model Restaurant, on Front
street, from John Boyle. They took
charge of the property today, and will
conduct it as a first-class place.
Vinton and McMullen are both old
time citizens of the North. Vinton
, has spent seven years at Fairbanks.
Westward points and Juneau, and Mc
Mullen has been an Alaskan for more
than twenty years. Much of his time
has been spent in this city.
PACIFIC COAST DOCK
TAKING ON BUSINESS AIRS
The Pacific Coast dock from its
crowded condition betokens that there
is business in progress in and about
Juneau. For several weeks huge piles
of lumber belong to the Alaska-Gas
tineau Company have been gradually
wearing down, but this morning the |
latest large cargo is being spread until
travel by foot is even difficult between
Front street and the warehouse.
The Pacific Coast S. ? S. Meteor
brought 1,560 tons of freight to Ju
neau. The cargo consisted of 160
tons of iron rails for the Alaska-Ju
neau Mining Company; 150,000 feet
of lumber belonging to the Alaska-Gas
ment for C. W. Young Co.; 500 tons
foreign house-coal, and 500 tons for
eign steam-coal for Pacific Coast Co-,
all of which is being piled on the
wharf with the exception of the nails
and the coal.
HARRY MALONE LEAVING
ST. ANN'S HOSPITAL TODAY
Harry Malone has recovered suffi
ciently to leave the hospital this af
ternon and be home to greet Mrs. Ma
lone and Miss Helen, who are return
ing on the Al-KI tonight
THE HOUSE JUDICIARY
COMMITTEE MEETS TODAY
The employees' liability law, by^
Boyle, was turned over to the com
mittee on capital and labor.
The juvenile court bill will be re
The act repealing the road overseer
law was turned over to the committee
ELKS TODAY COMPLETED
PURCHASE OF LOT
The Elks today took up their option
on lot 7, block 13, which would have
expired April 1. The property ad
joins the present Elks' building and
was bought from Captain Chas Mc
I Conaghy for the small sum of $1,000
for the purpose of making an addi
tion to the building.
Plans have been tentatively agreed
upon for the new edifice but the time '
of commencing operations has not been .
DR. R. C. MATHIS
Opp. Postoffice, Over Rexall
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Marine Notes f
The Mariposa is due from the West
ward tonight at seven o'clock. She will
sail for the South late this evening.
The Al-Ki is due frmo the South at
six o'clock tonight and will leave at
The Jeanie is unloading lumber at
the City dock for the cold storage
plant. She also has 30 tons of freight
The Meteor is unloading at the Pa
cific Coast dock.
The Northwestern sails from Seat
tle tonight, and should arrive in Ju
neau Mar. 23.
The Princess May is due from the
South Mar. 23.
The Jefferson is due to leave Seattle
tomorrow and should arrive in Ju
neau Mar. 25.
The Yukon will arrive from the
South Mar. 24.
The Admiral Sampson is due from
the South Mar. 30.
The Humboldt should arrive from
the South Mar. 25.
to Meet Tonight
There will be another meeting of
the joint committees of the Senate
and House of Representatives on la
bor tonight at eight o'clock, in the
hall of the House. The eight-hour and
alien bills will be considered. It is
the desire of the members of the com
mittees that all those interested shall
appear before them and give them the
fullest benefit of their views on the
question to be taken up.
NO ODD FELLOWS'
There will be no meeting of the Odd
Fellows tonight. They will give way
to the Scottish Rite Masons, whose
Maundy Thursday banquet takes place
in their hall this evening.
The Commercial Cafe has just in
stalled a steam serving table which
will expedite the service and insure
everything being served on piping hot
The new Spring and Summer styles
are now ready. YvU are cordially in
vited to call ...id inspect them.?
F. WOLLAND lw.
:: Personal Mention ::
Mrs. Robert Semple, wife of the!
construction superintendent of the |
Alaska-Gastineau works at Sheep
creek, is in Juneau on a visit.
L. Schumacher, of Portland, is in
Juneau and is registered at the Oc
T. Bond, of Punter Bay, is a Juneau :
visitor, who recently arrived in town.
Jack McConnell returned from Ten-j
akee on the steamer Georgia.
.Mrs. H. P. Kasevaroff returned from
a visit to Sitka on the last trip of the
C. I). Knapp, of Gypsum, arrived in
Juneau on the last trip of the steamer
The following registered at the Oc
cidental hotel yesterday evening and
today: J. A. Kelly, Seattle; K. Knud
son. Seattle; O. Olsen, Seattle: Jules
Jackson, City; L. Shumacker, Port-!
land; F. Bond, Funter Bay; Mamie
McDill, Sitka: Geo. W. Wovcleuff.
The following are registered at the Or
pheum hotel: A. W. Williams, Port
land, and A. Shymann, of Seattle.
Judge Thomas R. Lyons, who has
been confined to his home for several
days with an attack of la grippe, has
recovered, and was in attendance at
court this morning.
August Anderson was arraigned in i
the district court this morning for sell- j
ing whiskey to Indians at Sitka. Hei
furnished bail to the amount of $350,
to appear when required.
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The case of E. Valentine against
Mary Bean for rent claimed, was dis
missed. It was settled out of court.
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The case of the British Columbia
Development Association against the
North Pacific Wharves and Trading
Company, of Skagway, has been set
for hearing Monday, March 24.
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Peter Scheaman was given hi3 citi- .
zen papers by Judge Lyons this
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. 3-5-t.f. ;
Every thing that will please a smok- [
er may be found at BURFORD'S. ?
DON'T WAIT I
AS LONG as the Juneau Con- *j
struction Co. is in business.
Why wait for anyone else? j
Plans and specifications, reas- *j
onable; estimates free. -j
General Contracting and Jobbing
WANTED?Married couple to take
charge of hotel dining room. Fine op
portunity for right parties. Address
J. T. J.. Empire office. 2-25-tf.
FOR SALE?Soldiers' additional
homestead script?40. 42, 44?96 acres.
Inquire of Senatoi Q. F. Millard.
FOR SALE?Ice cream, and con
fectionery stock, and fixtures of Mrs.
Kabler. Enquire at store. t.f.
FOR RENT?Beds at Hogan's Flat;
53.00 a week. Inquire May Dorgan
Commercial Cafe, 3-14-t f.
M' I' I I I I H-I-M'I I'M I I I It i I l i-r
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SPECIAL THIS WEEK
JUST RECEIVED?A shipment of
fancy apples. $1.25 per box?GOLD
| STEIN'S tf.
The Dally Empire delivered In Ju
neau, Douglas and Treadwell for $1.00
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We Are Pleased to Announce the Arrival of
NEW and EXCLUSIVE LINES
COATS, SUITS AND DRESSES
For the Coming Season
?The 45-inch coat with the smart cut
away effect. Comes in plain and fancy
cloth, full lined with contrasting colors
of messaline, and?
?Chiffon ? messaline ? silk poplin ?
charmouse and foulards, promise to play
an important part in evening dresses.
We are showing some very smart
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?The 24- and 26-inch jacket for the
suit coat seems to be the "Correct
Thing." Cutaway effects with one, and
two-button fastenings, with a touch of
color on collar and reveers, at?
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Our Preparation of ::
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 !!
Wm.Britt, Druggist ::
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WHEN YOU NEED
i: Furniture, Mattresses, Stoves, Ranges:;
Cooking Utensils or Crockery
;; and vou want full value for your money jro to ;;
::JOHN P. BENSON, the Furniture Dealer
;! Cor. Third and Seward Streets, Juneau
!! Tons upon tois of new and up-to-date goods arrive at our store ever) week ? ?
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B.M. BEHRENDS, BANKER
THE OLDEST BANK IN ALASKA
I Interest Paid on . Member
Savings Accounts American Bankers' A'ssn.
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