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TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING SEE M. J. O'Connor A Perfect Fit or No Sale NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED M. J. O'CONNOR DOUGLAS i Paul Bloedhorn, Jeweler WATCHES, CLOCKS, CHINA AND CUT GLASS DOUGLAS ALASKA IS A OOOI) TIME TO SELECT NEW "U" WALL PAPER, RUGS, LINOLEUM at P. H. FOX'S - - Douglas, Alaska - - -....a. i i t ? i ? ? i i i i a a i n | | ?<l I 1 I I I I I I t I I I I I I I H I I I I . } WINDOW SCREENS AND f | SCREEN DOORS JULIUS JENSEN ~ douglIS J Tn 111111 ii 11111 m 1111 ii m 111111 ii 111111111 it 11111 ill . i i i i ! i i : : ; : i : i : h : ! i : i : ; n i i I i I I n l I l 'i I I 1 i I m-i mm f THE CITY BAR CARRIES the FINEST STOCK of LIQUORS in DOUGLAS I ;; PEBBLEFORO OLD LINE RYE BEST KENTUCKY BOURBON J j; DEL PUENTE, HENRY CLAY and Other Standard Cigars. T i ' i ! i i : ; i ::: i I i I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I ! I I I 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 III I I II ll l I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I. ?S. F. AFRICII J J Dealers In ) j GKXK RAL MFUC1IANDISE !! DOUGLAS ST. ANN'S AVENUE ALASKA I I I I I I I II II I II I I I I I I I I II I I I I I I I I I I I II II II I II I II I II I I I C. W. YOUNG COMPANY Dealers in Mining, Fishing, Plumbing and Building Supplies Front Street Juneau |ORPHEUM| TWO NIGHTS MONDAY AND TUESDAY, JUNE 2 AND 3 B. E. LANG 0tiers the famous JUVENILE "BOSTONIANS" in Musical Comedy and Comic Opera Successes 20 CLEVER SWEET SIXTEEN GIRLS 20 Monday Evening, the Tuneful Operetta "THE DREAM GIRL" Tuesday Evening, the Irish Musical Comedy "THE ROSE OF BLANDEEN" The Musical Event of the Season Prices, Reserved, $1.00. General Admission Fifty Cents Plan of Seats Ready Wednesday at P. 0. Store AL-KI GIVEN NEW ROUTING SOUTHBOUND Hereafter the steamship Al-Ki ou her arrival in Juneau, will proceed to Hoonah and instead of sailing south from thmat point will sail down (.'hat ham straits to the West Coast of Prince of Wales island and from there into Ketchikan, which will be the only call on the route. The run ning time will not be lengthened. o?o?o C OLLEC TOR WILLS OFF FOR MASONIC GRAND LODGE Collector' of Customs and Mrs. J. R. Willis left on the Mariposa for the South. Mr. Willis will attend the grand lodge session of the Masons at Aberdeen next month, and will later visit in California. Oregon and Wash ington cities. He expects to be back in Juneau in about a month. Mrs. Willis will remain in the States louger.! ROBERTSON JOINS JUDGE GUNNISON AS PARTNER The partnership iu the practice of the law between Judge R. A. Gunni son and Ralph E. Robertson, recently court stenographer in the United States Court, the formation of which was announced some time ago, has gone into effect. Mr. Robertson joined Judge Gunnison in the offices in the Decker building at once when he was relieved of his official duties by S. H. Mill wee, whose appointment as Mr. i Robertson's successor was announced Wednesday. Both members of the new firm are well and favorably known in Juneau. The firm has a large prac tice. o?o?o SCANDINAVIAN GROCERY?Opp. City dock; just opened; fresh stock. o?o?o Try a Lovera, "Sure to Please." tf Sparks from Douglas ?o-o? DOUGLAS. May .'!1. Tomorrow will bo shift day at tin- Tread well works. A large number attended the high school band dance in Juneau Thurs day evening. Mrs. G. A. W'ehr, the Tacotna dem onstrator. has her wares at 1\ H. Fox's store and will stay there till some time next week. The regular weekly show will take place at Tread well Club tonight. Memorial Day passed off rather quietly yesterday. The local business houses closed at noon. If the quar antine had not been in force, there would have beeti a program by the children. The "We Should Worry" club held their meeting Thursday evening. "Tex" Zimmerman and Otto Lose have dissolved partnership in the ci gar factory, Mr. Rose retiring. "Tex" will continue the business in the fu ture. The last general meeting of the summer of the Douglas Fire Depart ment will take place tonight at the Alaska l<abor Union hull. The City dock is being replanked. The City of Seattle arrived from the South this morning with the follow ing passengers for Douglas and Tread well: W. C. Hitman, James Stewart, and twelve steerage. During tin- rainy season when it is too wet to play baseball out doors it is being played indoors at the Tread well gymnasium, and those who play it have lots of fun. The fatuous Juvenile Bostonians, a show company composed entirely of young ladies, will perform tit the Ly ric theatre next Wednesday. Thurs day and Friday. 4th. f?th. and fith. If the weather permits tomorrow af ternoon the Douglas Island and Ju-I neau ball teams will battle on the lo cal grounds, as it is change day at Trendwell a large crowd will witness the game. The steamer Jefferson is due to ar rive front the South at !? p. m. today. Congregational Church. Bible class at 10 a. 111. .Memorial service at 11 a. m.: in the evening .Mothers' Day services wil be held: all . are invited to be present. ?o-o? -READWELL BEGINS EIGHT HOUR DAY TOMORROW ?v-u? DOUGLAS. May 31. The eight hour regulations will bo installed at Troadwel tomorrow?about 00 days before the eight-houar law passed by the Alaska Legislature will go into 1 effect. i ?o-o? I WILLIAM BURKE WINS HANDBALL CHAMPIONSHIP DOUGLAS, May 31. ? By winning two straight games from Walter .Mau seth last night in the linal contest in the elimination hand-ball tourna ment at the Treadwell club gymnas ium William Burke won the champion ship of Douglas island. ?o-o? St. Luke's Episcopal. There will be service in St. Luke's Kpiscopul church tomorrow evening at eight o'clock. Subject iy' sermon, "Something which Every Christian Can Do." Everyone is cordially welcome. Sunday School meets at 10:30 a. m. ?o-o? To encourage Mothers' Day, I will sell all light colored Car nations at $1.00 per dozen, Sat urday and Sunday only. Mrs. B. R. Leivers. Fragrant toilet soap at SWI IIART'S, 20c a box this week. 4-12-tf ?o-o? Chambeis Bros., Butchers ? Choice cuts a specialty. *** ( f ^ on have only five days left to get all your friends in jii the ?f? rate- do i? now There will 1 o a monster init io' .in Monday, Jun ? - One of th.>se 40 prizes is your's?come up and see it. "Sign 'em up" at hcadciuarters in Keist's cigar store. J. FREDERICK JOHNSON. National Director. o?o?o Owing to amount of work still com ing the Juneau Carpet and Rug Ren ovators will remain until June 10th. 'Phone, 3-4 4 for orders. 27-6.t LORENZA TEPPA SHOEMAKER CLOTHING AND DRY GOODS St Ann's Avenue - - - Douglas DR. R. C. MATHIS DENTIST Opp. Postofl'ice, Over Rexall Drug Store DOUGLAS, - - ALASKA I I I I I I I I I I H t I M i M I I t i I I I , Marine Notes i I I II I II 1 I I It > * I I I I I M II I I I The Mariposa arrived from the Westward and sailed for the South Thursday uight. The City of Seattle arrived front the South at a nearly hour this morning. Returning Irotn Skagwny she will said for Seattle at noon tomorrow. The Al-Ki is scheduled to arrive from the South at 1 p. m. today and will depart for the South via Iloonah during the night or early tomorrow morning. The Alameda will be due to arrive from the South .Monday. The Northwestern will he due to ar rive from tin* Westward Tuesday next., The Jefferson will arrive at the lsl-1 and at o'clock tonight. o?o?o MAR11 'OSA I'ASSENGERS I ROM THE WESTWARD The Mariposa arrived from the westward Thursday night enroute to the south. The following passengers debarked at Juneau: S. It. Kshclman, It. C. Dalzelle, I. M. Covey, Chas. Guye, V. (). Hoffman, F. It. Burden, I. T. Wallis. C. E Bunnell, ('. 1'. Cos ?sitt. J. Orchard. M. (I. Orchard, J. It. N'orthway. Alex Wise. W. Nichols, and Father Vanderpol. o?o?o Job Printing at The Empire Office : BBBBUHMHHHHBBH ii i 111 i+-h n ) 11 n 111111111; :: Personal Mention :: -i i M 111111.1 ? i > * * 1111 II 111 .). \V. Wood lord returned yesterday from a two weeks' prospecting trip and will be In town a few days. S. F. Hunt will leave shortly for a prospecting trip in the vicinity of Kit chikan. E. it. Evans arrived on the Health and will become whnrflngcr for tkel Pacific Coast dock, relieving Cla/once King, resigned. Hugh Conway arrived home on the City of Seattle this morning from a sojourn of some weeks in the Slates. W. 11. Case took passage on the City of Seattle for Skagway where lie will join his family in the Gen City of Alaska. 13. C. Dal/.elle returned from the [Westward on the Mariposa. Father Vanderpol, known in every hamlet in Alaska returned from the westward on the Mariposa. .\iiss Ora Morgan left for the South on the Mariposa Thursday night. Miss Edna Dean and Miss E. L. McGill took passage on the Mariposa for a vacation trip to the states. II. C. Strong head of the Northland Steamship Company left for his home in Ketchikan on the Mariposa. Albert P. King is a passenger south hound on the Mariposa. M. G. Orchard and his grandson, John Orchard, jr., father and son of of Lieut. S. C. Orchard, arrived on the Mariposa and will remain at Juneau until the arrival of the Jefferson, up-i on which they will depart for Peters burg. o~o?o ? For home-made pastry and best I coffee go to "U and 1" Lunch Itoom. ANNOUNCEMENT TO MERCHANTS | I take pleasure in announcing lo the merchants of Alas- ;; j ka that ;; THE NATIONAL CASH REGISTER COMPANY ;; has extened its mechanical inspection service to Alaska. I! ;; Mr. H. E. Shook, mechanical inspector from Dayton, !! :: Ohio, is accompanying me on this trip, and expects to call !! on every cash register owner in the Juneau district. In !! addition to the regular free guarantee service, he is pre- .. pared to make any alterations or repairs. EMMET HARRIS Alaska Representative ;; NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO., DAYTON, 0. ;; -H I 1 1 I 1 I 1 I I I M1 !? ? ? I ? ? I 1 I I I I I I"I1I I I I 11 Hi I-M- tl ? ? I "ASK BRUT" I! ? <? <> <? ? <? ? < ? ? The choicest and most delicious stock of candy that 0 <? 1 ever came to town is now on sale at < ? <> <> ? <? < * 1 Britt's Pharmacy :: V <? %+H>???????????????????????????????????????????????? | f. 1VEMENTS OF VESSELS '? To Arrive. Al-Ki from S. May 31 Ad. Sampson from W. June | Northwestern from W.June 3 city of Seattle from S. May 31. Jefferson from S. .May 311 Alameda from S. June 2 llumholdt from S. June 4 : Yukon from W. June 19 Princess May from S. June 4 i Spokane from S. June 5 1 Mariposa from W. May 30 To Sail. Al-Ki S. May 31J Ad. Sampson S. June Sj Northwestern S. June 3 City of Seattle S. June 1 Jefferson S. June 1 Alameda W. June 2 Humboldt S. June 5 Yukon S. June 19 Princess May S. June 5 Spokane S. June 6 Mariposa S. May 30 o?o?o AUTO FOIt HIRE.?Phone 3-1-4. t.f. fH-H I H-M.l'.l-H-H-l-I i'M l'M- H I40c " 10 " I T I K t T hi :: h m " HI! I W N K 0 :: F 1 :: T J buys a SILVER-PLATED MARK A ;; CROSS SAFETY RAZOR, with " ;; one blade which is claimed by " ?? this famous English Cutlery ?? .. house to be equal to any $5.00 I! safety razor made. Extra Blades 3 for 25 cents " Try One and Be Convinced Alaska Supply Co., Juneau ;; Tm i r Midi 111 m m in 11 it .H-H-H-H-11 1 I I I I 1 1 ?! h fORPHEUM JUNEAU, ALASKA ;; :: Photo Plays;; :: GENERAL FILMS:: !! Best by Test i i :: PERFORMANCE jj ? ? Every Night ?? *! First Show commences 7:4f? p. m. !! Second 9:00 p. m. " Matinee, Saturdays Only ?? I! 2:30 p. m. :: FOOT MAIN STREET :: I 1 I 1 I I I 1 I I I 1 I III 1 I I I I I 7 CLASSIFIED. FOB KENT?Beds at Hogan s Flat; $3.00 a week. Inquire May Dorgan Commercial Cafe, 3-14-t.f. Full KENT?Cabins. Inquire, John Musetb, Goldstein's store oillce. 10.tf FOIt KENT ? Large front room; bath; suitable for two men; $20. Jones House, Fifth and Seward. t.f. FOR SALE?Old doors and windows at the Juneau Construction Company FOIt RENT?Furnished house. In quire Geddes & McKannn. 5-27tf LOST?A gold hand ring; reward, return to Empire olllcc. tf Smoke a Lovera. The most popu lar, clear Havana cigar. ??? FOR RENT One four-room Hat and ane flve-room flat. 5-28tf SOWERBY & BELL. TO JUNEAU PATRONS: I wish to announce that I am pre pared to give prompt and efficient jervice in delivering coal, hauling 'reight, baggage, etc. HILARY McKANNA TRANSFER Phone Order 5-7 or 6-5 Lf. o?o?o The Lovera Monarch Is the popu ar bit size. ??? o?o?o ANOTHER LICENSED GUIDE IS APPOINTED Gov. J. F. A. Strong this morning "eapotnted B. F. Sweeney a licensed ?uide for the Kenai peninsula with leadquarters at Seward. o?o?o Honest poultry dealers make money jy fair means and fowl. wmmmmuammmmmmmmmmmmm Summer Patterns and Pictorial Review now here /p^oJUNERUPiLRSKR. . ? Bon Ton and Royal ! Wo rcester Corsets fit | j any form j | Housekeepers Department | FINE NEW LOT of Window Shades, Lace Curtains, Portairs, Curtain Swiss, Curtain Scrim, Cretonne, Avalon Drapery, Tapestry, Damask. Sheets, Pillow Cases, Bed Spreads, Comforts, Blankets, Table Linen, Towels, Napkins, Table Tell, Table Oil Cloth Special Prices Made on "Quantity Lots" Unbleached Muslin for "House Coverings"--The Best for the Money VERY SPECIAL Twenty dozen Fancy Embroidered and Lace Lisle Thread Hose. Come in Black, Brown, Tan, Pink, Lavender, Purple. Values i , na ry ? from 75c up to $1.50 ./Vt OUC l^SHf HOUSE DRESSES?APRONS?PETTICOATS?WAISTS ????????w? mn?