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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
j M. J. O'CONNOR ' DOUGLAS
Paul Bloedhorn, Jeweler
WATCHES, CLOCKS, CHINA AND CUT GLASS
DOUGLAS ALASKA
A MILLION PEOPLE TODAY PREFER
HOLE-PROOF HOSIERY
A Full Line Carried By
II P. H. FOX - - Douglas, Alaska
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I! Our spring stock of wallpaper; saintas. gloge. imported paper, ??
ind lining, we also sell Tell-I-Tac. theonly ready-for-use paste. Best ..
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t CARRIES the FINEST STOCK of LIQUORS in DOUGLAS "
I PEBSLEFORD OLD LINE RYE BEST KENTUCKY BOURBON -?
J DEL PUENTE, HENRY CLAY and Other Standard Cigars. '.'A
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CHAMBERS BROS., wholesale and Retail Butchers
Our 3eef. 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
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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
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:: THE LATEST AMERICAN INVENTION j!
MAZDA LAMPS jj
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ELECTRIC LIGHTING GOODS
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ALASKA ELECTRIC LIGHT & POWER CO.
!! Third and Franklin Streets Juneau ?>
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il3.tS JUNEAU
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SECOND STREET, BETWEEN SEWARD AND*FRANKLIN STREETS
? "THE RECOLLECTION OF QUALITY REMAINS LONG t
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? ?The above is the motto of the Famous x
1 Keen-Kutter Kutlery
f Having bought at a great sacrifice a splendid line of
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? Pocket Knives, Razors ana Scissors ::
? we offer you the benefit at never-heard-of prices for such ^
? a high grade guaranteed line. < ?
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I ALASKA SUPPLY CO., juneau *
Sparks From
Douglas
MACHINE SHOP TEAM
WINS ISLAND PENNANT
DOUGLAS. March 22.?The Machine
Shops bowling team won first place in
the All-Island Tournament, that has
been in progress for some time, last
night by defeating the Mexican mine
team by a decisive score. The Tread
well Store team had the lead before
the last match was played last night,
but the victory of the Machine Shops
team gave it a lead-of three pins over
the Store Team. The final score was
10,704 for the Machine Shops and 10,
701 for the Store team.
The individual scores made in the
tournament has caused the selection
of the following for the All-Treadwell
bowling team, and it is ready for a
match against outsiders: H. Graham
(Mexican), M. A. Snow (Shops), G.
Paul (Store), Will McCormick
(Shops) and A. Christoe (Mexican). E.
McCorincik (Shops) and E. Cornwell
(Mexican), substitutes. This team
would like to meet a picked team from
the Juneau Elks.
Harry Graham made the high score
of the series, 214, and high average.
168.
SOCCER FOOTBALL AT
DOUGLAS TOMORROW
DOUGLAS, March 22.?If the weath
er permits, the Juneau and Douglas
soccer football team will meet tomor
row on the Douglas grounds. Juneau
will make a great effort to even scores
with Douglas for the defeat of last
Sunday on their home grounds. The
Douglas boys feel certain that they
will be able to maintain their hard
won reputation.
DOUGLAS. March 22.?Tonight at
the Star Temperance hall will occur
ano'her of those pleasant dances. The
admission will be 50cents and 25 cents.
Next Monday evening at the Nata
torium hall the members of the Alas
ka Catholic Club expect to have the
biggest dance in its history. All prep
arations are ready and the tickets are
being rapidly disposed of. A large
crowd is expected to be present.
EASTER SERVICES
Catholic Church
Tomorrow morning at the Catholic
church Easter services will be held
at eight o'clock and High Mass at
10:30, at which the church choir will
sing special Easter music.
Congregational Church
Sunday School at the Congregation
al church will take place at 10 a. m.
tomorrow morning, and services at 8
o'clock in the evening. The Rev. Mr.
Whitcomb will preach.
St. Luke's Episcopal
Shere will special Easter services
in St. Luke's church tomorrow morn
ing at 10:30. Special mu^ic by full
choir. Subject of sermon, "The Easter
Message." Everyone is cordially in
vited. Sunday School meets at 10
a. in., children are all requested to be
present. The following program is to
be rendered:
Processional Anthem ? "Awake.
Awake"
Choral Communion Service in E b,
by Selmper
Anthem?"The Lord Is My Strength"
Te Deum
Hymn?228
Recessional?Hymn 112
A large crowd was at the swimming
tank last night.
A number of the members of the
legislature were visitors on the Island
last night.
Tom Graham, of the Treadwell pow
er plant, burned his face quite severe
ly a few nights ago.
Joe Ryan, fireman at the Ready Bul
lion, is on the sick list.
The weekly show will take place at
the Treadwell Club tonight.
There are six little rabbits in the
display window at Coughlin & Dahl's
store which are quite an attraction.
DOUGLAS NOMINATES
ITS CITY OFFICERS
DOUGLAS, March 22.? Last night
a large crowd attended the meeting
at the Natatorium hall for the purpose
of nominating councilmen and a school
director. Mayor Stubblns called the
meeting to order: someone nominated
Charles Hopp, as chairman and an
other nominated R. R. Hubbard. The
voting was done by standing. Charles
Hopp got 25. and R. R. Hubbard four
votes. Mr. Hopp then took the chair,
and Jack Henson was nominated and
elected secretary. The nominations
for councilmen then began. The fol
lowing were nominated: M. J. O'Con
ner. Paul Bloedhorn, Leo Demett, Rob
ert Coughlin, Harry Coster, Frank Ol
iver, M. G. Rogers, M. S. Hudson, Jer
ry Cashen, Pete Rolando, Joe S. Min
kove, John Feusi. and Julius Jensen.
Alex Nelson. P. H. Fox, Tex Zimmer
man, Martin Olson and Joes Robert
son were nominated but declined. It
was then voted that the nominations i
for councilman close. J. Trudgeon 1
DR. R. C. MATHIS
DENTIST
I Opp. Postoffice, Over Rexall
i Drugstore
DOUGLAS, ? - ALASKA
nominated Axel Kronquist but as the
nominations had closed he was not in
it. Mayor Stubbins then nominated
Dr. Sargeant for school director, and
Henry Brie seconded the nomination
and as there were no other nomina
tions it was closed. Someone then
moved that the meting adjourn, but
the motion was not carried. Martin
Olson then got up and made a few re
marks about the way that the old city
council had used the money of the tax
payers and about the city administra
tion generally. Mr. O'Conner then
made a speech in which he promised
that if he was elected he would do
something, and make the people take
notice. The meeting adjourned after
Mr. O'Conner's speech.
IT IS NOW time to fix your garden.
Get a load of manure. Apply Gilligan
Brothers. 3-ll-6t.
Chambers Bros., Butchers?Choice
cuts a specialty. ???
KANDY SALE?at Swelhart's. It
must go. See the window for prices.
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Marine Notes i;
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The Georgia will arrive from Skag
way tonight and leave for Sitka tomor
row.
The Princess May will leave for the
South at four o'clock tomorrow morn
ing.
The Northwestern will be in tomor
row from the South.
The Yukon is due from Seattle Mon
day.
The Jefferson will arrive from the
South Sunday night or Monday morn
ing.
The Humboldt should be in from the
South Tuesday.
The Admiral Sampson should arrive
from the South a week ?rom tomorrow.
The Spokane is due from Seattle
a week from today.
The City of Seattle will make her
first trip of the season arriving in Ju
neau April 3.
The Northwestern arrived at 2:30
this afternon from the South.
The freighter Meteor finished dis
charging her large cargo and left this
afternoon.
SPECIAL THIS WEEK
JUST RECEIVED?A shipment of
fancy apples. $1.25 per box?GOLD
STEIN'S tf.
DRESSMAKING and all kinds of
sewing neatly done. On Gold, near
Second st. 3-19-lm.
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Frank McCoy .partner ol' P. J. Gem
niett in the new Alaskan hotel, arrived
last night on the Princess May. Mr.
McCoy has been on a pleasure trip
to Milwaukee.
Judge J. F. Malony and wife are re
turning on the steamer Northwestern.
L. E. Buell .the veteran traveling
man ,is enroute to Juneau from Se-:
attle.
Mrs. and Miss Levy, pioneer of Ju
neau, are returning on the Jefferson.
C. B. Atwell ,a well known Fair
hanksan arrived in Juneau on the
Al-Ki.
The following registered at the Or
phcum hotel yesterday:
Mrs. Frank O'Brien, Vancouver: Mrs.
Reynolds, Vancouver; H. J. Morri
son, Vancouver, and Percy Tanton, of
Vancouver.
The following registered at the Oc
cidental yesterday,
F. R.Huebel, San Francisco; C. B.
Atwell, Fairbanks: J. C. Ravmer,
California; Mrs. Da vies, the Misses
Dovies, John H. Dakin, Silver Bow
Basin: Harry Sterling, Perseverance;
George Hansen. Perseverance; Win.
Hood, Wrangell; R. E. Davis, Tee
Harbor; O. Y. Woody, Seattle; J.
S. Woody. Seattle; Geo. Wagnell, Buf
falo; D. F. Lutch .Vancouver; H. G.
Manley, Iditarod; C. W. Brinkley, Van
couver; Alfred Careskyold, Vancouv
er, and Wm. O. Flaherty, of Vancouver.
Dan Garvy, of Candle, who opened
up a coal mine near that place, passed
through on the Princess May enroute
to the Jennings river strike.
Mrs. John McLoughlin, who has been
a patient at St. Ann's hospital, is im
proving every day.
W. H. Borden is in town today from
Nugget creek.
Phone your subscription to The
Dally Empire. Phone 3-7-4.
FOIt RENT?Desirable front room
in private family, suitable for gentle
man. Add. P. O. Box. 416 3-22-2t.
WANTED?Room with private fam
ily, by single man?Address J. V., Em
pire office. 3-22-3-t.
TO JUNEAU PATRONS:
I wish to announce tnat I am pr.-*- '
pared to give prompt and efficient j
service in delivering, coal hauling ?
rrcight, baggage, etc. !
HILARY McKANNA TRANSFElt ;
Phone Order 5-7 or 55 tf ?
DON'T WAIT
AS LONG as the Juneau Con- ! ?
struction Co. is in business. j
Why wait for anyone else? \
Plans and specifications, reas
onable: estimates free. !
General Contracting and Jobbing )
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CLASSIFIED.
WANTED?By lady, a room in pri
vate family. Enquire Empire office 3t.
FOR SALE?Soldiers' additional
homestead script?40, 42, 44?96 acres,
inquire of Senator B. F. Millard.
FOR SALE?Ice cream, and con
fectionery stock, and fixtures of Mrs.
KaDlcr. Enquire at store. t.f.
FOR RENT?Beds at Hogan's Flat;
$3.00 a week. Inquire May Dorgan
Commercial Cafe, 3-14-t.f.
Every thing that will please a smok
er may be found at BURFORD'S.
j-t-H-H-M I H IM-l'M H I I 1 1 1 M
| The 'Model' J
This Is a ;;
RESTAURANT
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; Fred Vinton Tom McMullen ;;
H"I"I I 1 1 1 1 1 I 'M I 1 1 I I I ! I 1 I 1 H-l
Fire-Proof Buildings
Cheap as Wooden Structures
Plans and specillcatlons for
reinforced concrete buildings
and piles, and cement houses,
prepared by
C. K. FORNER, Engineer,
Juneau, Alaska
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jj PERFORMANCE
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Pictorial Review
Patterns
April Patterns
Now In
/P^qJuneruRLRSKR.
Bon Ton and
Royal Worcester
Corsets
HOSIERY
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LADIES'?MISSES'?CHILDRENS' and
INFANTS
in Cotton?Cashmere Lisle?Silk?Full line black
and colors.
NOTIONS
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I Mercerized Hose Supporters
Cotton Dress Shields
Embroidery
Linen Shell Combs
Silk Shell Barretts
Hat Pins?Hair Pins?Lacers?Hand Bags?Elas
tic Webbing?Pins?Needles?Beads.
Sheets
Pillow Cases
Bed Spreads
I Blankets
8 Comforters
UNDERWEAR
LADIES'?MISSES'?CHILDREN'S
One-Piece and Two-Piece Suits
in Cotton?Fleeced?Wool?Silk. ?
YARNS
Fleischer's Knitting, Germantown, Saxony Worsted,
Dresden Saxony, Shetland Floss, Snow Flake Saxony,
Eiderdown Wool.
Oil Skins and Rubber Goods
Men's Clothing I
Men's Shoes I
Ladies' Shoes
Fine Groceries
Crockery
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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. I!
Only fresh drugs and
chemicals will be used and ?
our stock in this line is !!
complete.
Wm.Britt, Druggist ::
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:: WHEN YOU NEED $
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!! Furniture, Mattresses, Stoves, Ranges:!
Cooking Utensils or Crockery
;; and vou want full value for your money go to I!
::JOHN P. BENSON, the Furniture Dealer^
Cor. Third and Seward Streets, Juneau . >?
" Tons upon tons of new and up-to-date tfoods arrive at our store every wcek?>
7I I i H I I 1 M I I I I I I I 1 i I I I II I I I I I I H I I I I I I I I I I) I I II I II I I \
B.M.BEHRENDS, BANKER
JUNEAU, ALASKA
THE OLDEST BANK IN ALASKA
Established 1887
Interest Paid on Member
Savings Accounts American Bankers' A'ssn.

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