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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
Paul Bloedhorn, Jeweler
WATCHES, CLOCKS. CHINA AND CUT GLASS
DOUGLAS ALASKA
IS A GOOD TIME TO SELECT NEW
1NU W WALL PAPER, RUGS, LINOLEUM at
P. H. FOX'S - - Douglas, Alaska
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I Anything in thePai.it line can be bought at Jensen s ?;
Muresco all colors. Japanese Oil Stain, Wolf's Motor Oil. Johnson's
" prepared wax. Jap-A-laic. All kiud* of Ready Mixed House Pa'nt, also -?
boat paint and deck paint. Copper Paint.
;; SECOND and L>. ST. JULIUS JENSEN * dowlas J
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THE CITY BAR f
t CARRIES the FINEST STOCK of LIQUORS in DOUGLAS "
I PEBBLEFORD OLD LINE RYE BEST KENTUCKY BOURBON -
t DEL PUENTE. HENRY CLAY and Other Standard Cigars. !!
P i i i i-H i i ! i t i i i i i I i l i i i ill i I ill i I m 11 ?
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 M I I I II M I I I I I I I I H I II I I I I I II I I I I I II I I I I I I I I I II I I I -
I. ?Si F. Al RICH
; Dealers In J |
(iENEHAL NIFUUIIANDISE
DOUGLAS ST. ANN'S AVENUE ALASKA ;;
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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
Dealers in
Mining, Fishing, Plumbing
and Building Supplies
Front Street Juneau
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j: THE LATEST AMERICAN INVENTION !!
MAZDA LAMPS
: I AND ALL OTHER KINDS OF ??
ELECTRIC LIGHTING GOODS .
11 Can l>e obtained from the '!
ALASKA ELECTRIC LIGHT & POWER CO.
!! Third and Franklin Streets Juneau > >
II I U I I 1 I I I I II I I I I II I 1 I I I I II I I I I I I I I I I I
Our Long Suit Is
Artistic Builders Hardware
DON'T FAIL TO SEE OUR SAMPLES AND GET
QUOTATIONS BEFORE PLACING YOUR ORDER
The most complete line of Store Door and Inside
Locks in all finishes, with trim to match, ever
shown in the North.
If Its Hardware We Have It
Alaska Supply Co. - Juneau
MIGHTY HUNTSMEN ARE
GOING AFTER BEAR
Arthur Gabbs and Doctor Eggin
ton late this afternoon will embark in
Lin Adsit's new launch Uniou for Twin j
point. Somebody brought the infor
mation that two huge brown bear
were perambulating around the Twin
point precincts and the mighty hunts
men are going after the pelt.
Sparks From
Douglas
PLANT-WHARTON.
DOUGLAS. May 10.?At six o'clock
this evening at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Nevill, Rev. Owen Urn
stead will say the words making Mr.
John Plant and Miss Liliiuh Whar
ton one in the holy bonds of wed
lock.
Mrfl Plant is a young man of sterl
ing worth. He came to the Island
about a year ago. He now has a splen
did home, which he built while many
were spending their hours in pleasure,
he found great delight in building for
the future. Mr. Plant is superintend
ent of the Congregational Sunday
School and is active in all religious
and uplifting enterprises.
Miss Lillian Wharton is from Seat
tle and will be of inestimable value
to the church and community, coining,
as she does, so highly esteemed and
loved by all who knew her.
The church and community will ex
tend to both Mr. Plant and Miss Whar
ton a royal welcome and congratula
tions.
douglas will be
well represented;
DOUGLAS, May 10?The 1:45 ferry
will be loaded down with Douglas base
ball fans when it leaves for Juneau to
morrow. They will all be rooters for
the Douglas Island aggregation, and
they all expect that it will be victor
ious.
DOUGLAS. May 10. ? Elmer E.
Smith received a number of fine pianos
on the Jefferson yesterday.
Duke Hudsel has accepted a place
as teamster on the dump cart, wihch
is hauling the remainder of the tin
cans that the teamsters did not have
time to haul away on "Clean-up" Day.
Oliver M. Olson last night pur
chased the gasboat "Dwarf" from
John Day.
Emil Fischer will leave on the JefT
erson for California where he goes
with the intentions of staying. His
failing in health was the cause of the
change. j
There will be a dance at the Alas
ka Star Temperance hall tonight.
The regular weekly show will take
place at the Treadwell Club tonight.
There was an orchestra rehearsal
at the Treadwell Club last night.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pierce are mov
ing into the house they recently pur
chased near the sawmill.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Kelly were ar
rivals on the City of Seattle. Mr.
Kelly is a brother-in-law of William
Anderson.
Anton and Joseph Africh were arriv
als on the Seattle.
Jimmy Golden's family will occupy (
the double house across from P. H.
Fox's store.
F. 11. Tasher is on the sick list. (
Mrs. William Jones is ill of pneu
monia.
The 300-mill is closed down today.
Alex nelson and his crew of men are v
rapidly constructing St. Ann's ave
neu. <
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Douglas Congregational Church
Sunday School at 10 a. m. Preach- (
ing at 8 p. m., followed by reception
4 *
of uew members and Communion ser- ,
vice. This will be a red letter day for
the church, as there will be the larg
est number ever received into the j
church at one time?exceeding the J
charter members by two.
St. Luke's Episcopal.
Tomorrow being Whit-Sunday there ^
will be Holy Communion in St. Luke's
Episcopal church at 10:30 a. m. Sub- ,
ject of sermon, "The Pentecostal j
Gift." Everyone is cordially welcome.
Sunday School meets at 10 a. m.
Get your cream for whipping at ,
"LEIVER'S." 10-tf ,
For a good smoke or chew, go to ,
"LEIVERS." tf ,
i
Fragrant toilet soap at SWI- ,
HART'S, 20c a box this week. 4-12-tf
1
"LEIVERS" keeps Augustine & j
Kyers candy?the best on the mar- {
ket 4-S-tf.
Chambers Bros., Butchers?Choice
cute a specialty. ???
JUNEAU TO PLAY
TREADWELL BOYS
The fans are all set on edge in an
ticipation of tomorrow's game with
Treadwell. This being the opening
game of the season between the rep
resentative teams of Gastineau chan
nel towns and unusual interest is be
ing taken. It is expected that in this
trial a line can be drawn on the weak
spots if there be any and action taken
to remedy the defects.
CHANGE AT THE GROSS PICTURE
SHOW TONIGHT
A very good drama, "The Wooing of
Wathena," portrays the beautiful story
of the love of a squaw for a white
child. It is an American film.
? "The Animated Weekly" shows
thrilling pictures from all over the
world. It is a Virtue film.
There will be one extra good come
dy tonight, "A Western Vacation."
DR. R. C. MATHIS
DENTIST
Opp.. Postoffice, Over Rcxall
Drug Store
DOUGLAS. - - ALASKA
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| Personal Mention |
I I I I I I I I I I U ' ??1 * M I ? 1 I I I i
Thomas McMahon, au lditarod mer
chant. was a northbound passenger
an the Jefferson. He will take the
steamer Tununa from Lower LaBarge
Tor his home.
.Mrs. H. L. Faulkner is a returning
passenger on the Humboldt. She will
join her husband, United States Mar
thai Faulkner at Ketchikan.
B. A. Doffner is a late arrival from
Seattle, who is registered at the Occi
lental.
William Helvey, a hustling repre
sentative of the Underwood type
writers, is a late arrival from the
Westward.
Harold H. Post and wife arrived in
Juneau on the last trip of the Admiral
Sampson. It is their intention to set
:le here.
Ed. E. P. Morgan, the genial road
igent of the Alaska Steamship com
pany arrived from the banana belt!
if Alaska on the Jefferson yesterday.
Mr. Morgan says that Ketchikan is
laving lots of sunshine.
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H. VV. t'etlll, ciem ui luc uiouivi,;
;ourt wired the office force that he |
ivould leave Ketchikan for Juneau to
morrow.
Frank Reed, deputy collector of cus
onis at Nome, is a late arrival in Ju
neau and will leave soon for Seattle
n order to take an early boat to
Nome.
Sam Guyot arrived in Juneau this
morning on the City of Seattle from
Lynn canal ports whence he had been
n the interest of his trade.
CHARTER OPEN.
For a short time only the charter of
Douglas-Treadwell Lodge, No. 755,
Loyal Order of Moose, is open and the
niation will be only $5, covering all
:ost of Joining. Since the purchase
py the Supreme Lodge of over 1,000
teres, comprising several farms ad
jacent to Aurora, 111., for the Inter
national Home and University, the
membership of the 1,500 Moose lodges
nas increased by leaps and bounds
Because so many were quick to see
:he advantages of belonging to an
3rder that insures their crippled and
tged members, their widows and or
phans against want, cures the con
sumptive and gives the children of
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
5ut notice. See any Moose, or Sec
retary Humfrey at once.
J. FREDERICK JOHNSON,
?4-21-t.f. National Director.
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I Marine Notes ;;
I I I I I I I I I I > I M 1 I I I I I I I I I I I
The City of eSattle arrived from
Skagway about 11 o'clock this morn
ing and left for the South at 1:30.
The Jefferson should arrive from
Skagway about live o'clock this eve
ning enroute to the South.
The Yukon left Cordova at seven
o'clock last night and should arrive
in Juneau between eight and ten o'
clock tomorrow night.
The Humboldt should arrive from
Seattle and the South Monday.
The Alameda is scheduled to ar
rive from the Westward Monday.
The Spokane should arrive from Se-j
attle next Tuesday.
The Princess May wil larrive from
the South Tuesday night.
The Al-Ki should arrive from the
South May 18.
CHURCH NOTES.
Presbyterian Church
John B. Stevens, Pastor.
Morning service at 11, subject, "Jep
tha, the Robin Hood of the Judges."
Evening service at 8, subject, "The
Religion of One Man." Sunday School
meet at 12. Prayer meting on Thurs
day evening at. 8. A special Invita
tion is extended to the stranger.
Trinity Episcopal.
Tomorrow being Whit-Sunday there
will be Holy Communion at 8 a. m.
Sunday School at 12:30. Eevening
prayer and Sermon at 8 p. m., sub
ject "The Work of the Holy Ghost."
.Music by full vested choir. Everyone
is cordialy invited. Guil dmeetiug
on Friday afternoon at 2:30. Choir
practice every Friday evening at 7:30.
Methodist Episcopal.
It. C. Blackwell, Pastor.
Services morning and evening at 11
and S oclock. Sunday School at 12.
Young people's meeting at 7 p. m.
Prayer meting Thursday evening fol
lowed by choir practice. .Meeting of
the Woman's Social Union Friday at
2 p. m.f at the home of Mrs. George.
Christian Science.
Christian Science service is held in
the Christian Science hall Sunday at
11 a. m. Subject "Adam and Fallen^
Man." The public is welcome. Sun
day School is held at 12:30. Infor
mation and literature of Christian
Science can be had at the reading
room on Wednesdays from two to
Ave.
F. E. Parsons, the Alaska represen
tative of one of the big Seattle whole
sale clothing houses, will leave on the
Alameda for a two weeks' trip to Cor
dova, Valdez and Seward.
M. E. LeBlanc arrived from the
South on the Jefferson yesterday.
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CLASSIFIED.
WANTED First-class shoe maker.
.Must be sober and steady.?J. E. John
son, Seward street. t.f. |
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FOR RENT?Beds at Hogan's Flat; i
$3.00 a week. Inquire May Dorgan j
Commercial Cafe, 3-14-t.f. I
TABLE BOARD by day, week, or i
month. Strictly home cooking.?The j
Jones House. Cor. 5th and Seward.
WANTED?furnished room, bath, by
lady employed. Distance from busi
ness section no object. "E" Empire
oillce. 5-7-3L
FOR SALE?Gasoline boat, 28 feet
long. Inquire Alaska Bar, Douglas. 3t.
WANTED?A 6- or 7-room house,
furnished or unfurnished, for 5
years, beginning in July?Or some lot
owner to build such house for perma
nent tenant. Apply gen. office, Alaska
Gastineau Mining Co. 5-8-2t.
FOR RENT.?Nicely furnished, well
lighted room and bath; $25. Inquire
Mrs. P. J. Cleveland. 5-8-6t.
WANTED?A 6- or 7-room house,
furnished or unfurnished, for G months
or one year, beginning in July. Or
sortie lot-owner to build such house
for permanent tenant. Apply gen.
office, Alaska Gastineau Min. Co. It.!
FOR RENT?Cabins. Inquire, John
Museth, Goldstein's store office. lO.tf
SKAGWAY PREPARES FOR
BASEBALL SEASON
Skagway is preparing to have a fast
baseball team in the field to compete
for the Northern championship this
year. The first organization meeting
was held Wednesday evening, and the
first game will be played with a team
from Fort William H. Seward tomor
row.
Phone your subscription to The
Dally Empire. Phone 3-7-4.
For home-made pastry and best
coffee go to "U and I" Lunch Room, i
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;; JUNEAU, ALASKA ;;
?j Photo Plays
:: GENERAL FILMS::
1! Best by Test ! 1
:: PERFORMANCE jj
Every Night ?*
" First Show commences 7:45 p. m. 1*
Second 9:00 p. m. ??
- Matinee, Saturdays Only ?'
!! 2:30 p. m. ! I
:: FOOT MAIN STREET ::
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* MOVEMENTS OF VE8SELS *
* To Arrive *
* Humboldt S. May 13 *
* Northwestern S. May 21 *
* Al-Ki S. May 18 ?
* Ad. Sampson W. May 19 *
* Jefferson S. May 9 ?
* City of Seattle S. May 9 *
* Alameda S May 12 *
* Yukon W. May 10 *
* Mariposa W. May ? *
* Spokane S. May 13 *
* Princess May S. May 14 *
* To Sail *
* Al-Ki S. May 18 *
* Ad. Sampson S. May 19 *
* Jefferson S. May 10 *
* City of Seattle .. S. May 10 *
* Yukon S. May 10 ?
* City of Seattle S. May ? *
* Mariposa S. May ? *
* Spokane S. May 14 *
* Humboldt . S. May 14 *
* Princess May S. May 15 ?
* Alameda May 12 ?
! Northwestern W. May 21 *
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HUNTERS AND TRAPPERS:?
Highest cash price paid for all kinds
of raw furs at Will's ?tore. 4-7-tf.
I
New Laces
New Embroderies
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New Trimmings
New Buttons
/P^^qTmeau,Alaska.
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New
Messaline
Silk Poplins
Crepe De Chene
Marquisettes
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,$37.5#,$45
Ladies'Tailored Skirts
?Navy?Black?Tan?Grey?Brown. In plain serges and
fancy selected tweeds, at
$5.50, $6.50, $7.50, $9.50, 512.50
?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.
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Domestics
?Ginghams?Druin's Prints?Sheet
ing?Sheets?Pillow Slips?Silkoline ^
?Curtain Swiss?Art Denins? Flan
nelette?Cotton?Crepe? Chambray
?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, never-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

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