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If You Want the Heal 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 Bloeclhorn, Jeweler
watches, clocks, china and cut glass
DOUGLAS ALASKA
T IS A GOOD TIME TO SELECT NEW
1nuw wall paper, rugs, linoleum at
P. H. FOX'S - - Douglas, Alaska
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" Anything in the Paint line can be bought at Jensen's
!! Muresco all colors, Japanese Oil Stain. Wolfs Motor Oil. Johnson's
') prepared wax. Jap-A-Lac. All kinds of Ready Mixed House Paint, also
? ? boat paint and deck paint. Copper Paiut.
:: SECOND and D. ST. JULIUS JENSEN * -DOUGLAS
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| THE CITY BAR
f CARRIES the FINEST STOCK of LIQUORS in DOUGLAS
I PEBBLEFORD OLD LINE RYE BEST KENTUCKY BOURBON
J 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 Be
Raised. Nothing but Prime Meat of Every Kind.
Phone 1-0 Poultry, Fish and Game In Season. Douglas
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I. ?Si F. AFRICH
' Dealers In
(iENERAL MERCHANDISE
II 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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:: THE LATEST AMERICAN INVENTION
MAZDA LAMPS
:: AND ALL OTHER KINDS OF
ELECTRIC LIGHTING GOODS
;; Can bo obtained from the
ALASKA ELECTRIC LIGHT & POWER CO.
Third and Franklin Streets Juneau
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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
WILHELM OFF ON
SURVEYING TRIP
Victor Wllhelm will be leaving on
the Alameda touight for Seward en
route to Unalaska where he has be
caalled to survey a homestead (
John Johnson on English bay nearl
He expects to be gone two months.
Try a Lovera, "Sure to Please." t
Sparks From
Douglas
RECEPTION TO STRONG.
DOUGLAS, May 13.?All Democrats
and other busslnes men and citizens
are requested to meet tonight at the
Lyric theatre Immediately after the!
show to make arrangements to give!
Co. strong a reception when he ar i
ii\es in Douglas.
FRANK BACH
DOUGLAS PUBLIC SCHOOLS
WILL CLOSE TODAY
DOUGLAS. May 13.?This is the
last day of school at Douglas for this
year. The summer vacation will be
gin tomorrow.
DOUGLAS. May 13.?The funeral
" of Winifred Gilligan took place yester
' day afternon.
D. Dermody has gone to Juneau to
work.
The Alaska Bar is having a new
side walk built in front of its place of
business.
Fire Company No. 1 held an import
ant business meeting last night.
The steamer Humboldt arrived from i
.. the South at 9:30 o'clock last night
\'m with 100 tons of freight and the follow
ing passengers: Mrs. O. R. Wood. Miss
-? Agnes West. Charles West, and twen
;] ty steerage.
;; The Moose lodge met last night at
-? the A. L. U hall.
. Mrs. O. R. Woods arrived on the
Humboldt to visit here. She is the
? ? mother of Harry Woods of this city
and of Mrs. Frank McDonald, of Tread
; l well.
Get your cream for whipping at
ii "LEIVER'S." 10-tf
..
-? 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-t.f.
+ Chambers Bros., Butchers-Choice
cuts a specialty. ???
?' HANDBALL PLAYERS
I! DRAW ANTAGONISTS
DOUGLAS, May 13.?The drawing
for antagonists in the second series
? of the games in the hand-bal tourna
ment took place place at the Tread
well Club gymnasium last night. The
line-up for the second series is as fol
lows: P. Casey vs. L. Foreman; J.
Chambers vs. L. S. Ferris; \V. Mau
seth vs. A. Rapp. P. Johnson vs. L.
_ Chambers; W. Burke vs. Oscar Grund
ler
? The first game of the second series
was played last night. W. Burke won
two games from Oscar Grundler. The
score in the first game was 21 to 18.
and in the second game it was 21 to
13.
FRESH STRAWBERRIES and cream
at "Reiver's" t.f.
Forced out of business by owner ol
building. Sale to run only 10 more
days. tf.
J. J. SHARRICK.
Job Printing at The Empire Office
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J:: Gross Theatre j
II We turned them away last .
" night packed to the doors, J
I J some show everybody sa^l, but *
?? see our show tonight. Another ?
11 II big three thousand-foot produc- I
I I || tion.* "The "Gypsy's Vendetta," |
|| ?? or the "Queen of the French ?
? ? .. Bad Lands." Many thrilling and -
novel scenes and situations. A I
II || tale of the wild life and the wild- |
|| ? ? er instincts of the Gypsies.
Wednesday's Program II
| ?? The world's greatest motion ?
? ' .. picture production, ?
! ! II "REDEMPTION" |
|| || Three Stupendous Reels?50 |
|| ?? SCENES?500 PEOPLE
II Every woman should see these .
II wonderful pictures. In addition I
?? to the above production we will ?
I! also show "JOHN TURNOW,"
II the notorious Olympic Moun- I
II tain outlaw, showing the spot |
where the "Bent Man" met his ?
.. death, and posse surrounding .
II the body of the dead outlaw. I
II Special Notice. I
Owing to our not being able ?
II to accommodate the crowds at I
;i night, we will run a special mat- I
?? inee on Wedensday, at 2:30 p.m. ?
II 10c?No Advance in Price?25c ?
II Doors Open at 7 p.m. I
- ?? Show Starts at 7:30 Prompt [
i: LYRIC THEATER?DOUGLAS j
""| ?? Today's Program
II A Parisian Stage Tragedy
en ,
" ?The most sensational stage .
or ? ?
?? picture ever produced. Three '
.. thousand - foot production, 60 ?
II big scenes. See the sensational I
?? theatre girl. I
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DR. R. C. MATHIS
DENTIST
Opp.. Postoffice, Over Kexull
Drug Store
DOUGLAS, - - ALASKA
BEN HUR CLAIMS j
ATTENTION NOW
The recital of Beu ilur. which oc
curs on the night of May 20, is now ,
the absorbing topic among 6ociety i
folk. Ever since Mrs. J. C. McBride
announced the plan of presenting this
' great classic for the benefit of the j
public library fund there has been a:
great deal of interest manifested
1 among the lovers of high class enter
tainment and of those who are anx
ious for Juneau to have a suitable li
1 brary. The reading will be supple
! mented by the asistance of the Or
plieus Club, the Juneau Ladies Musi
cal Club, and the Juneau High School
Band, three excellent musical organi-1
zations.
The generous spirit that prompts
this action will undoubtedly meet a
good response from the people of Ju
neau. The money to be realized will
every bit be devoted to the cause of
the new public library. Tickets will
soon be on sale and the money will
be turned over to Mr. Nowell of the
school board to be used for that pur
pose. With extra donations it will
be possible to secure a more com
plete library to be placed in a library
room in the new school building, un
der protective rules. Tho entire pro
ceeds (actual expenses only deducted)
will go toward the purchase of books
-reference and fiction.
Admission will be $1.00 for adults;
school children of the 5th grade and
up 50 cents. There will be no compli
mentaries -even newspaper men and
performers are buying tickets.
Tickets are now on sale at both Bar
ragar's Postofllce Store and at Nel
son's at the corner of Second and Sew
ard streets.
VISITING ELKS, ATTENTION
Visiting Elks are cvordially in
vited to attend Elks' Night, with
their ladies, Thursday evening.
May 15, at 8:30 o'clock. Dancing
and games. ?3t.
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* ?$3,250?BEAUTIFUL, *
* NEW. SIX-ROOM COT- *
TAGE, in most desirable
* location in the city.
* Range, stoves and linol- *
* eum. Lot 40x100. Must *
be nearly all cash. Don't *
fail to see this one.
GEO. M. HILL *
* Decker BIdg., - - Juneau *
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1 Personal Mention ::
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Mr. Pedrick, wife of the captain of
engineers of the revenue fleet, is
aboard the Alameda enroute to Un
alaska.
(5. O. Twiss and wife are passengers J
on the Alameda enroute to Unalga, 1
near Unalaska. Mr. Twiss is the oper
ator at the Unalga station.
M rs. \V. E. Reynolds, wife of the
Captain Reynolds, commandant of the
revenue fleet, is aboard the Alameda
enroute to Unalaska.
C. H. Bushman, head of the North
western Fisheries Company, is a pas
senger on the Alameda enroute to
Seward.
Mrs. H. G. Steele, of Cordova, and
son are pasesngers on the Alameda en
route to their home.
J. R. Brown, who is operating the
Apolo mine at Unalga, acompanied by
his daughter Miss Ruby is enroute to
the Westward. Miss Brown will spend
the summer with her father.
P. E. Parsons is leaving on the Ala
meda for the Westward and will prob
ably be gone three weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cain are recent
arrivals who will establish themsel"es
a home in Juneau.
Louis P. Shackleford will reach San
Francisco tomorrow and go direct to
Tacoma. After a few days in Tacoma
he will proced to Juneau.
Mrs. S. E. Armstrong wife of Deputy
Marshal Armstrong is a pasesnger on
the Alameda enroute home.
Robert Scott, the well known com
mercial man travelling out of Juneau,
leaves on the Alameda tonight for the
Westward.
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j| Marine Notes jj
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The Spokane is due in Treadweil at
seven o'clock in the morning and Has
36 passengers for Juneau.
The Humboldt arirved shoiily after
12 o'clock last night and proceeded
to Skagway this morning. She will
sail South about seven o'clock tomor
row morning.
The Alameda arrived from the South
about six o'clock this morning and
will leave this evening for Sheep
creek. After discharging she will
leave for the Westward about mid
night.
The Princess May is due to arrive
from the South about midnight and
will sail on return trip tomorrow night.
The Al-Ki will be due front the
South May 18 sailing on return via
lloonah the same day.
The Admiral Sampson will be due
to arrive from the Westward May 19.
The Jefferson will sail from Seat
tle for Juneau Thursday.
Oyster-lovers, go' to "U and I"
Lunch Room. 4-14-lm.
CLASSIFIED.
FOR RENT- -Beds at Hogan s Flat;
?3.00 a week. Inquire May Dorgan
1 Commercial Cafe, 3-14-t.f.
TABLE BOARD by day, week, or
month. Strictly home cooking.?The
Jones House. Cor. 5th and Seward.
WANTED?A 6* or 7-room . house,
furnished or unfurnished, for 5
I years, beginning in July?Or some lot
owner to build such house for perma
nent tenant. Apply gen. office, Alaska 1
Gastineau Mining^ Co. 5-8-2t. J
FOR RENT?Cabins. Inquire, John |
Museth, Goldstein's store office. lO.tf
FOR RENT ? Large front room;
bath; suitable for two men; $20.
Jones House, Fifth and Seward. t.f.
FOR SALE?Quadruple plate flat sil
verware, including one dozen each of
knives and forks in two sizes and
i
spoons in four sizes, all well pre
served. Will sell as a whole or in two
equal lots. Telephone 4-2. 5-13-2t
CHARTER OPE N]
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, I1L, for the Inter
I 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
| sumptive and gives the children of
Moose an education unequaled by any
university, absolutely tree, besides
I 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
retary Humfrey at once.
J. FREDERICK JOHNSON,
?4-21-t.f. National Director.
GLASGOW NEWSPAPER MAN
WANTS A BROWN BEAR
J. C. Dunwater, one of the owners
of the Glasgow Herald, Scotlond. Is
doing Alaska. He has heard some
thing about the big brown teddy bears
out to the Westward and wants to ge:
one, hence he Is now aboard the Ala
meda enroute to the land of the Ko
diak grizzly. Clifford Little, the well
known huntsman guide is accompany
ing the Scottish newspaper man and
has guaranted to bring him face to
face with one of the monsters. They
will go to Seward and from there move
at easy stages over toward Sand Point
where it is expected that the trophy
sought will be found.
Clifford Little, the guide, and Mi.
Dunwater today took out hunting li
censes and there remains nothing but
the finding of the big brown fellows to
complete the object of the trip.
ELKS, NOTICE.
Regular meting of Juneau Ix>dge,
No. 420, B. P. O. Elks, Wednesday
evening, May 14. There will be init
iation. E. C. JAMESON, Secy.
NEW LINE
of
Muslin Underwear
Gowns?Chemise
Combinations, Etc.
^qjuneru,rlaskr.
K
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;::>U.SK UUKSSES
Teak'?(iigham 5:
I'lain and Crinkle
Srviv inker !
$1.50 lo $3.50
COMMENCING
Thursday, May 15th
We are going- to make special prices on- Tailor Made Suits, Coats and Dresses. The special prices we make will in
clude free alterations. These
SPECIAL LOW PRICES
Will be on all garments of our early purchasing, this to make room for strictly summer wearables. The prices we
are going to make on these garments should close them out in short order, so our adivce is to COME EARLY and thereby
secure first choice.
Remember the Sale starts Thursday, May 15 th
at 9 o'clock a. m.
and will continue until the following Saturday night until 10. P. M.
I & I t I PARASOLS
I Imli-lji/ SUN UMBRELLAS
I \ I WW BOUDOIR CAPS
I \ L ? f CREPE KIMONAS
n | ??? t i lace curtains
ivi trWI portairs
i ii | vlr s1lkoline
| iltt art demins, scrims
"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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?! Photo Plays ??
:: GENERAL FILMS ::
Best by Test "
j| PERFORMANCE jj
Every Ni^ht ? ?
!! First Show commences 7:45 p. m
Second 9:00 p. m.
? ? Matinee, Saturdays Only ??
!! 2:30 p.m.
:: FOOT MAIN STREET jj
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