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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. J. O'CONNOR DOUGLAS |j Paul Bloedhorn, Jeweler WATCHES, CLOCKS, CHINA AND CUT GLASS DOUGLAS ALASKA Call and see the new line of Spring Wash Goods P. H. FOX - - Douglas, Alaska * 1 I I I I I 1111 I I I 11111:; I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I ......... . r . . . 1! Anything in the Paint line can be bought at Jensen's Muresco all colors. Japanese Oil Stain, Wolf's Motor Oil. Johnson's ? ;; prepared wax. Jap-A'Lac. All kinds of Heady Mixed House Paint, also . " boat paint and deck paint. Copper Paint. ! I! SECOND and I). ST. JULIUS JENSEN * doitglas J I t I I t I I M I I II I I I> I 1 I I I ? I II I I I II I I I I 11 I I I I ItII I IMII I> x 11: i i 11 i 11 111 i t : ; i i- ;-i i i i ; i; : i; i 11 i 11 1111111 n i 1111 THE CITY BAR t CARRIES the FINEST STOCK of LIQUORS in DOUGLAS j I PEBBLEFORD OLD LINE RYE BEST KENTUCKY BOURBON ^ J DEL PUENTE. HENRY CLAY and Other Standard Cigars. m i i i t i i i : i i ; 11 i i i i i :-w i i : i i i i i i i i r ! ? 11 i 11 i i i i i i i 11 i i 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 ? II I I II I > I I I ) I I I ? 3 I I I I I I I I I I I IH I I H I I ? I I I II I I II I II I I. & F. AFRICH ; ; Dealers in j (iKNERAL MEHUHANDISE - DOUGLAS ST. ANN'S AVENUE ALASKA ; I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I I I I I II I I I I I I II I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I I 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 Dealers in Mining, Fishing, Plumbing and Building Supplies Front Street Juneau i ii i ii ii 111111111111111 n n 11 it 111?1111 > 11 ii 11111111 j: THE LATEST AMERICAN INVENTION j MAZDA LAMPS I ;: AND ALL OTHER KINDS OF ? ELECTRIC LIGHTING GOODS ; j Can be obtained from the] ALASKA ELECTRIC LIGHT & POWER CO. !! Third and Franklin Streets Juneau ? < I I I 11 I II I I I II1 I I I I I I I>I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I I i II I I I I I I I I I 1 All You Live Wire Men Please take notice that we have just received a complete as-, sortment of the WORLD RENOWNED TOOLS made by ' i j I I Including PLIERS in all sizes, CONNECTORS. CLIMBERS and variety of different BELTS and STRAPS. Always Something New in Mechanics Tools IF ITS HARDWARE WE HAVE IT ALASKA SUPPL1 CO. - - Juneau Sparks From! Douglas I DOUGLAS, April 22.?The Douglas skating rink will close tonight after a very successful season, with a dance. The music will be furnished by the renowned Lyric orchestra, and the ad mission will be $1.00 for the gentle men. Ladles free. A late ferry will be run for the Juneau people who wish to attend. The funeral of Jovo Ajdukavlch will take place this afternoon at two o' clock. The Treadwell band will be out. Frank Tascher returned on the Northwestern from the Westward. The Humboldt left this morning for the South with the following passen gers: S. Dros, Vincent Glaser. M. I \V. Alaloney and Kd. Hailey. Paul Kegel took out his citizenship ? papers today In Juneau. Ben Leming . and W. H. McBlaln went over to act I as witnesses for him. I ?? ?? -a a. ~1..K nMA | I lit' Dowung alleys ai tue tiuu mo being scraped and repaired, and when they are finished it will be one of the best alleys in Southeastern Alaska. A number of Juneau men were In swimming last night at the tank at ' Treadwell, practicing for the contest , tomorrow night. There was an At Home party ! yesterday afternoon at the residence of Mrs. 0. E. Bennet, given by Mrs. ? Bennett, Mrs. J. Richards, and Miss ? Enid Richards. There were about 40 present and they enjoyed themselves ; by playing games and in conversation. Refreshments were served and prizes , were awarded. I The local Austrians and Montene ; grins are building a two-story house ? on the hill behind the resident of ! Frank Pierce, to be used as a meeting ; house. The Spokane arrived at one o'clock this afternoon from the South. William Pels, the deputy United States Marshal, came back on the Spo kane after taking an insane man to Mt. Tabor, Oregon. Miss Annie Fox returned on the Spokane, after spending the last win- I ter with relatives In Portland, Ore- I ; gon. ? ? F. Terry was an arrival on the Spo ! kane. ; Mrs. Joseph Trudgeon was an ar ? rival on the Spokane. ! WANTED?Man to do calsomining, ' Sans Souci Building. Douglas, 4-22-2t. When you want cream to whip, go to DRIVER'S. 4-12-t.f. ! Fragrant toilet soap at SWI- [ HART'S, 20c a box this week. 4-12-tf "LEI VERS" keeps Augustine & Kyers candy?the best on the mar ket 4-9-tf. t Chambers Bros., Butchers?Choice 1 cuts a specialty. ??? 1 ( CHARTER OPEN. For a short time only the charter of Douglas-Treadwell Lodge, No. 755, Loyal Order of Moose, is open and the iniation will be only $5, covering all cost of joining. Since the purchase by the Supreme Lodge of over 1.000 acres, comprising several farms ad jacent to Aurora, 111., for the Inter national Home and University, the membership of the 1,500 Moose lodges has increased by leaps and bounds because so many were quick to see the advantages of belonging to an Order that insures their crippled and aged members, their widows and or phans against want, cures the con f sumptive and gives the children of I Moose an education unequaled by any ? university, absolutely ' free, besides . paying a high sick benefit to its mem | bers in good standing. The fee will ' be raised to $10 in a short time with > out notice. See any Moose, or Sec ! rotary Humfrey at once. | J. FREDERICK JOHNSON. ? ?4-21-t.f. National Director. > ? | George R. Noble was a returning ' passenger on the Spokane. It is un i . derstood that he ordered much ma I chinerv for mining operations while [ below. Harry L. Wollenberg, chief-engineer * of the Alaska-Gastineau Company, ar rived home on the Spokane. General Manager B. L. Thane, of the Alaska-Gastineau Mining Com pany, accompanied by Mrs. Thane, re turned on the Spokane today from an extended visit throughout the Blast. United States Marshal H. J. Faulk ner left on the Humboldt for Wran gell. From that place he will pro ceed to Ketchikan to be in attendance upon the term of the District Court that will convene there April 28th. Mrs. Wm. Finical, wife of a prom inent mine operator in Fairbanks, is a passenger on the Northwestern en route to California. JUNEAU HAS NEW TRANSFER BUSINESS A. Benson, of this city, has entered the transfer and express business in Juneau. He has a stand at Wills' grocery store, and promises to exe cute all orders given into his care promptly. ?p?a?IMIIH III DR. R. C. MATHIS DENTIST Opp! Postoffice, Over Kexall Drug Store DOUGLAS, - - ALASKA ' MORTHWESTESN HAS TEMPESTOUS TIME' The Northwestern arrived In from , he Westward about 10:30 last night ifter a very tempestous voyage for l goodly portion of the way. From Jape Hlnchenbrook to Cape Spencer he going was awful rough according , ,o the passengers who debarked in, luneau. Seas washed over the vessel Lt will?one tremndous wave crashed hrough the saloon door breaking it nto splinters. . A bit of wood from he broken door was flung across the taloon and striking one of the passen gers on. the head inflicted a painful >ruise. The injured man with his I )andaged head excited considerable lomment among visitors to the ship. The following are the passengers lebarking at Juneau: F. Moses. O. ..arson, J. Meherin, H. J. Johns, F. J. Tascher, R. Fenton, J. Kingston. L A. Mitchell. Mrs. A.A. Mitchell. Miss tea Gilman, and Miss Sadie Gilman. ? PERSONALS * Km********** E. R. Peoples aud Mrs. Peoples are ?asengers on the Northwestern en-, ?oute to the States. Mr. Peoples is >ne of Fairbanks big business men ind a pioneer of the North. Oak Olson, one of Juneau's popular :bmmercial men, left for Ketchikan on he Humboldt. T. T. Davis, a well known Fair- I innksan, passed through on the North- ? vestern last night 1 J. F. Chamberlain, a favorite com nerclal man, traveling out of Juneau, , ook passage on the Humboldt 1 or the First City of Alaska. Lewis T. Hoges, who has been op ?rating the Hayden property on Ke lai peninsula, passed through last i light on the Northwestern enroute to i he South. i Doctor Hale, of Valdez, is a pas lenger on the Northwestern enroute < o the States. I James Holden, fresh from the Kus cokwlm, is a passenger on the North vestern enroute to Seattle. Wm. Ferguson, a Seattle traveling nan, left for Ketchikan on the North western. W. B. Rodman, a well known Idita ?oder passed through on the North western enroute tc' Seattlo. Mrs. Ed. C. Russell, who has been n Juneau for the past few weeks eft on the Northwestern last night mroute to Portland. Arthur Moultou, i Portland attor ley-at-law, left on the Northwestern ast night for his home town. ^?Hil 1 fl l I I I I I I | | | H| , j Marine Notes j I i 11 I > ? I I i Jlu* Humboldt sailed for the South it twelve o'clock today. The Spokane docked at the island lit one o'clock this afternoon and is i'.\pect< d to sail South on return trip tomorrow evening. The Alameda is expected in from the South at midnight tonight. The Princess May is 24 hours late and will not get in until tomorrow night. 1 lie Northwestern arrived from the Westward about 10:30 o'clock last night and sailed at midnight for the South. The Admiral Sampson will be the next ship from the Westward, arriv ing April 26. 1 he Alki is due from the South, April 26. NOME BANKER LEAVES FOR SEATTLE AND HOME J. J. Cole, President of the Miners') and Merchants' Bank, of Nome, who has been in Juneau for the last month, left on the Northwestern for Seattle. After spending a few days in that city he will proceed to San Francisco, I where his wife and one of his sons have been spending the winter. He" will leave for Nome with the first sailings of the Nome fleet for the North in June. Mr. Cole has been at Juneau watch ing the progress of banking legisla tion. He believes the bill that has been agreed upon by the banking committee of the House of Represen tatives is a fair, and satisfactory bill that will protect depositors and not) work undue hardship on bankers. Mr. Cole made many friends during 11,8 ,onS vl?it at Juneau, and many were the expressions of regret when lie tool: his departure STORK BRINGS GIRL FOR MR AND MRS SIMPKINS The stork visited St Ann's hospital it five o clock last evening and left i beautiful baby girl for Mr. and Mrs.! CJeorge Simpkins. Little Miss Simp-: kins weighs eight pounds. Mother) and daughter are reported as doing nicely. A complete line of tobacco Jars and Pipe racks at BURFORDS. livery thing that will please a amok pr "Wi" b" fonrd nt R OR FORD'S Juneau Construction Co. ARCHITECTS and BUILDERS -Old Juneau Iron Works Bldg. FRANKLIN STREET Opp. Laundry ? 'Phone 3-8-8 CLASSIFIED. FOR SALE?Soldiers' additional homestead script?40, 42, 44?96 acres. Inquire of Senator B. F. Millard. FOK SALE?Ice cream, and con fectionery stock, and fixtures of Mrs. Kabler. Enquire at store. t.f. FOK KENT?Beds at Hogans Flat; $3.00 a week. Inquire May Dorgan j Commercial Cafe, 3-14-t.f. WANTED?Furnished rooms, or cabin. Phono triple 0. 4-12-6t. FOR SALE?FURNITURE AND LEASE?JUST THE PLACE FOR A FAMILY. A 6-room house, furniture new; about three acres improved and fenced for garden; chicken house, hog pens; barn; hothouse; running spring water. A long lease and cheap rent. Inquire X Empire. 4-14-tf. FURNISHED ROOMS for house keping at Sans Souci Bldg, Douglas 6t. Japanese boy desires any kind of work. Call, 'phone 3-4-0, or Sar Res taurant. 4-18-6-t. WANTED?Position by stenograph er and dictaphone operator. ?Miss Pickering. Occidental Hotel. 4-19-2t TO JUNEAU PATRONS: I wish to announce rnat 1 am pr.? pared to give prompt and efficient service in delivering, coal baur.ng freight, baggage, etc. HILARY McKANNA TRANSFER Phone Order 5-7 or 55 if FEMMER & RITTER See this firm for all kinds of dray nig and hauling. We guarantee sat isfaction and reasonable prices. Coai delivered promptly. Femmer .& Rlt ter's Express. Stand Burford's Cor ner. Phone 314. Residenco phones 402 or 403. ??? Waffles all day at "U and I" Lunch Room. 4-14-lm. HUNTERS AND TRAPPERS:? Highest cash price paid for all kinds of raw furs at Will's store. 4-7-tf. ************ * MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS * To Arrive * * Humboldt S. Apr. 20 * * Northwestern W. Apr. 20 * * Jefferson S. Apr. 20 ? * Spokane S. Apr. 22 * * Alameda S. Apr. 22 * * Princess May S. Apr. 22 ? * Yukon S. Apr. 24 * * Alki S. Apr. 26 ? * Ad. Sampson W. Apr. 26 * * City of Seattle S. Apr. 28 ? * Mariposa S. May 2 ? * To Sail * ? Jefferson S. Apr.'21 ? * Northwestern S. Apr. 21 * * Humboldt ... S. Apr. 21 ? * Alameda W. Apr. 22 * * Princess May S. Apr. 23 * * Spokane S. Apr. 23 * * Yukon W.Apr. 24 ? * Alki S. Apr. 26 ? * Ad. Sampson S. Apr. 26 * * City of Seattle S. Apr. 29 ? * Mariposa W. May 2 * *********** SEE VAN LEHN For Cabinet Making or Carpenter work. 4-15-6-t Phone your subscription to The Dally Empire. Phone 3-7-4. New Laces New Embroderies New Trimmings New Buttons /P^qJUNERURLASFJI. New I Messaline | Silk Poplins [j Crepe De Chene fj Marquisettes k Chiffons | Ladies* Tailored Suits ?Navy?Tan?Mode?Grey?Black. The nobby, round corner cutaway styles, also the conservative straight front styles. Prices? $25, $29.50, $32.50, $35, $37.50, $45 Ladies^ Tailored Skirts ?Navy?Black?Tan?Grey?Brown. In plain series and fancy selected tweeds, at $5.50, $6.50, $7.50, $9.50, $12.50 1 ?We have a select line of maternity skirts. Linens ?Table Linens?Towels?Napkins? Crashes?Lunch Cloths?Tray Cloths ?Handkerchief Linen?Embroidery Linen?full stock to choose from. I The best and most comprehensive stock of dry goods and ready-to-wear garments ever shown in Juneau crowd our shelves and hanging space today. Let us have the pleas ure of your patronage; you will be well served here. ?No trouble to show goods. Domestics ?Ginghams?Druin's Prints?Sheet ing?Sheets?Pillow Slips?Silkoline ?Curtain Swiss?Art Denins? Flan nelette?Cotton?Crepe? Ghambray j ?Seersucker, etc. Ladies' Dresses, Costumes ?Serge?Lace?Satin?Taffetta ? Foulard ? Silk Poplin,' etc. Priced from $10.00 to $35.00 ?We carry maternity dresses in stock. Ladies' Tailored Coats ?Serge and fancy mixtures in Navy?Black?Tan?Olive ?Alice Blue, etc. Some full lined, other half lined, and '? some faced. Priced at? $12.50, $13.75, $16.50, $22.50, $25.00 $30.00, $35.00, $40.00 "ASK BRITT" Just as Fine Rubber Goods as the World Produces Do you know that a druggist selects rubber quality exactly as he selects drug quality??based on intimate knowledge and a desire to always have the best? Every hot water bottle or fountain syringe or other rubber article in our stock is perfect In every way?made of new, live, active rubber, nevcr-sprin-a-leak seams, correct sizes, models and workmanship. If it's class you want?the most perfect, most sat isfactory rubber goods, get them here. Our prices are the lowest for the highest grade? we don't charge for "looks" but for "wear." Buy here and know. A WRITTEN GUARANTEE FOR TWO YEARS WITH EACH ONE. WM. BRITT, the Druggist -H-I III! M-M 1 I I I I I I II 1 Jorpheum! I! JUNEAU, ALASKA !! :: Photo Plays :: GENERAL FILMS :: I! Best by Test I! :: PERFORMANCE jj ;; Every Night ;; ?l-I I I 1 I I'M M 1 1 1 1 I I 1 1 I I I I I 1-1'