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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. ]. O'CONNOR DOUGLAS
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Paul Bloedhorn, Jeweler
WATCHES. CLOCKS. CHINA AND CUT GLASS
DOUGLAS ALASKA
i
IS \ GOOD TIME TO SELECT NEW
NU W WALL PAPER, RUGS, LINOLEUM at
P. H. FOX'S - - Douglas, Alaska
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SCREEN DOORS
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J CARRIES the FINEST STOCK of LIQUORS in DOUGLAS ?
1 PEBBLEFORD OLD LINE RYE BEST KENTUCKY BOURBON t
j; DEL PUENTE. HENRY CLAY and Other Standard Cigars. I
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CHAMBERS BROS., Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Our Beef. Pork, Mutton. Veal and Lamb are as Good as Can Be
R.iised. Nothing but Prime Meat of Every Kind.
Phone 10 Poultry. Fish and Game in Season. Douglas
C W. YOUNG COMPANY
Dealers in
Mining, Fishing, Plumbing
and Building Supplies
Front Street Juneau
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ANNOUNCEMENT j
TO MERCHANTS I
-? 1 take pleasure in announcing to the merchants of Alas- ;;
?? ka that ;;
THE NATIONAL CASH
REGISTER COMPANY
;; has extened its mechanical inspection service to Alaska. !!
" Mr. H. E. Shook, mechanical inspector from Dayton, !!
!! Ohio, is accompanying me on this trip, and expects to call I!
!! on every cash register owner in the Juneau district. In I!
!! addition to the regular free guarantee service, he is pre- I!
!! pared to make any alterations or repairs.
EMMET HARRIS
Alaska Representative ;;
NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO., DAYTON, O. ;;
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STARRETTS TOOLS
and all kinds of Mechanics'
Hand Tools?another large
shipment just received.
Don't forget that we have
the Most complete line of Artis
tic Builders hardware in town
The prices are right too.
IF ITS H A R I) W A R E.
WE HAVE IT
ALASKA SUPPLY CO. JUNEAU |
HOTEL ARCTIC
Front and Franklin Streets, Juneau
EVERYTHING NEW AND CLEAN
Reasonable Rates Harry F. Cain, Proprietor
-
The first person to make the trip
from Chitina to Fairbanks over the
winter trail this year with a bicycle
was Harry Badger, of the Howell
Ditch Company. He made the trip
of nil miles in an actual traveling
time of 50 hours. One stretch of 65
miles was made in a day.
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Sparks From
Douglas
DOUGLAS, June G. ? The Ladles'
League met yesterday afternoon.
It. It. Hubbard's store is receiving a
coat of paint.
William Mulligan, who has been vis
iting with his sou. Lockie Mulligan,
for the last few days, left for his
home at Goldeudale, Wash.
The Alaska Electric Light Company
is to have new poles along St. Ann's
avenue. They will be on the opposite
side of the street from those now
standing.
Remember the mass meeting to
morrow night at the A. L. U. hall to
talk Fourth of July.
.Monte Snow should feel compliment
ed, after the show last night.
Steve Ferris is still wondering if his
team will win Sunday.
Mayor O'Connor should be honor
ed also.
The Alaska Catholic club held an im
portant business meeting last night.
II. S. Fraser, a new tailor lor (leo.
Curtis, will arrive on the next Mar
iposa.
The steamer Spokane arrived at
noon today fro mthe South with
freight, mail and the following pas
sengers for Douglas and Tread well:
Ernest Simpson, Dr. De 1'. U. Dector,
William Reed. John l'owel, \lex Ban
nermon, W. C. Boyd, Miss Josie Mar
shall. Frank Bui/, and wife, John (!or
litch.
'',l" ???111 iw? n mnatinir nf th#?
1 lit*I I' *>11* uv ?* (UVVV1??P ?...
Treadwell band tonight.
The garbage cans are selling fast,
as people are complying with ordi
nance providing that houeseholders
must have cans before next month.
Walter Barquest has accepted a po
sition at the Ready Bullion mill.
?o-o?
JUVENILE BOSTONIANS
CAPTURE DOUGLAS PEOPLE
?o-o?
DOUGLAS. June 0.- - The Juvenile
liostonians made a greater hit last
night in "The Hose of Blandeen" than
they di<l the night before in the
"Dream Girl." Patsie Henry as "Bon
nie," Ina Mitchell as "Eileen," Dixie
White as "Con Harrigan," and Doris j
Can field as "Denny" all made decided
impressions. Of the songs, "Wild Ir- '
ish Hose. Hint's What You Get for
Being Irish," "Take a Little Tip from
Father," "Just for a Girl," and "Tom
my Atkins," were enthusiastically re
ceived. They appear in Douglas for
the last time tonight in "Tips." After
leaving here they will play three nights
in Juneau. ,
Go to "Leiver's" for a good smoke ?
or chew. tf
Chambeis Bros., Butchers ? Choice 11
cuts a specialty. ***
"Leiver's" has all kinds of plants, i
carnations, pansics and geraniums, tf (
Get you cones, milk-shakes and <
sodas at "Leiver's". tf
THREE BASEBALL GAMES I
SCHEDULED FOR SUNDAY
?O-O? ;
DOUGLAS. June 6.?It will be war >
between Juneau and Douglas Island
all along the line in baseball Sunday, i
In addition to the regular game be- (
tween the teums that represent the ?
two towns in the pennant race, the j
Juneau and Douglas sawmill men will
fight out their differences on the dia- t
mond, and the Douglas Cubs will play j
the Juneau Juniors. The last men- j
tioned game will be played on the v
Douglas grounds. i
o?o?o
MR. LYNCH SPRINGS ,
SOMETHING ON JUNEAU ?
C. W. Lynch, said to be a positive <
re-incarnation of a historic gentleman i
named Kidd, last night instituted in
Juneau a branch of the order known j
as the "Pirates of Lea." This marine ^
order or society is composed of sever
al units throughout the country. (It
has its origin, strange to say, in North (
Yakima, where the only vessels in use
that bear a nautical name are schoon
ers, and these are nearly always found c
on some bar as the sailing around -
North Yakima is rather difficult. Each -j
sub-division or society is known as a J
"ship" and all members are officers *
bearing titles from Admiral down to ?
cook's and bartender's assistants. The I
initiation fee is always 68 cents. The *
society organized in Juneau last night *
was designated "The Good Ship, Go- -
ing Some." I
o?o?o ?
HAVE YOU a contract to let? If so, ?
be sure to see S. A. Kelly. New house, *
Gov. road. Casey & Shattuck Addi
tion. 6-15-lm. ?
o?o?o [[
The Arctic Pocket Billiard Parlors
opens Saturday night, corner Front -?
and Franklin streets. 6-4-4t.
??o?o?o ?;
The Lovera Monarch is the popu- ?
lar bit size. *?* V
LORENZA TEPPA ::
SHOEMAKER jj
CLOTHING AND DRY GOODS *
St. Ann's Avenue - - - Douglas !!
SUN UMBRELLAS
PARASOLS
WASH DRESSES
WAISTS !
^^^UNEmRLASKR.
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JULY PATTERNS
AND
MID-SUMMER
PICTORIAL REVIEW
HERE
WE ARE SHOWING
a full line of SUMMER wash fabrics, embroideries, laces,
gloves, hosiery, under muslins, knit underwear, neck
wear, veils, scarfs, etc.
OUR DRAPERY DEPT.
is full of bright, new materials for making the windows
pretty and attractive. Curtain Swisses, Ettanines,
plain and hemstitched scrim, flowered scrim, etc., 20c to
45c the yard.
{| SPECIAL \\
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Low prices on all three-quar
ter and full length coats. We
have some very nobby coats in
serge, Bedford cord, Ettamine,
wide male diagonals in a variety
of colors and sizes.
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Low Prices on all our suits;
navy, black, Alice, brown, tan,
grey, plain and mixtures and a
good run of sizes. Square and
round cornered coats; full satin
lined, some tastefully trimmed,
others strictly tailored.
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DR. R. C. MATHIS
DENTIST
Opp. Pos toff ice, Over Rcxall
Drug Store
DOUGLAS, - - ALASKA
iI I I I II I I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I
t Personal Mention j
? IIIII m 11?<'n>i a i i i i i i 11
L. E. liuell, the popular represeu
utive of Armour Co., iu Alaska, re
urued from Lyuu canal ports on the
leorgia yesterday. He is handing
>ut a novel and nifty souvenir match
jase to the trade.
t'. \V. Lynch, representing a big Se
ittle house, leaves for Lynn canal
.torts on the Spokane.
.Matt Piles, brother to former Seu
itor Samuel H. Piles, arrived ou the
Spokane today.
Deputy Marshal C. L. Vawter, ar
rived from Seattle on the Spokane to
lay enroute to the iuterior. He will
stop over a few days before proceed
ng on his journey.
.Miss Rena Jorgenson returned 011
he Spokane from a very pleasant vis-l
t of several weeks in Petersburg.1
Miss Jorgenson is looking fine and will
soon resume her duties with the Ju
leau telephone exchange.
.Mrs. Hazel Kinase and the children
,vill soon move to Skagway for the
lummer.
George Welsh and family returned
>n the Georgia this morning after a
nonth's visit at the Sitka hot springs.
Rev. George Howard and Mrs. How
ird arrived from Sitka 011 the Geor
;ia this morning.
0?o?o
Every thing that will please a smok
er may be found at BURFORD'S.
0?0?o
For home-made pastry and best
ioll'ee go to "U and 1 Lunch Room.
?M M ) M I I I I I I I i I I I I I II I I !??
:: Marine Notes i
!! it
I I I I I I I I I I >1 Ml > I I II I I I I I I
The Spokane arrived at the Island
fr> 11 the So.r'.i at 12:Z( toda> and
will probably . ?! urn from Skagway
sailing South tomorrow afternoon or
evening.
The Admiral Sampson will bo dire
from the Westward Sunday
The Mariposa was schedule J to sail.
from Seattle for Alaska ports last
night.
The Alameda will be due from the i
Westward next Monday.
The Georgia will go 011 the beach
for repairs and Captain Plunkett will
make the trip to Skagway with the
Luc, taking passengers and small
stuff.
0?o?o
PASSENGERS ARRIVING
ON THE GEORGIA
?0-0?
The Georgia arrived from Sitka and
way ports this morning bringing the
following passengers:
From Sitka?John Winkie, George
Welsh and wife, J. A. Beasley, L.
Kovich, Gust Radolovich, Fev. Geo.
Howard and wife.
From Tenakee?Sam Gelich, Violet
Lovejoy, L. K. Schonborn, Ed. Berg,
Bert Eberhart.
From Gypsum?Andrew Kovich, Dan
I,otoa.
From Hoonah?G. B. Aycrigg.
From Chatham?Robert J. O'Con
nor.
From Bell's Cannery?J. C. Harring
ton.
From Funter?J. S. Norman, W. K.
Norman, Harry Nelson, Hilmar Smith,
and G. D. Bennett.
o?o?o
SCANDINAVIAN GROCERY?Opp.
City dock; just opened; fresh stock.
o?o?o
Try a Lovera, "Sure to Please." tf
I Box Office Box Office
Opens Friday Opens friday
at 10 a. m. ^ at 10 a. m.
; SPECIAL RETURN ENGAGEMENT "
THREE NIGHTS?STARTING
! SATURDAY, JUNE 7th I
THE FAMOUS JUVENILE ?? ?
BOSTONIANS 1
; Opening Offering AUDRANO MASTERPIECE ; 11*
"OLIVETTE"
CHANGE OF BILL NIGHTLY [
Saturday^,I "The Rose of Blandccn"!^^ j; j
NIC.1IT PRICES?50c and $1.00. Seats on sale at theatre box oflice. !! j
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if "ASK BRUT" o
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The choicest and most delicious stock of candy that
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< I ever came to town is now on sale at < ?
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Britt's Pharmacy <|
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MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS
To Arrive.
Northwestern from W. June 3
Spokane from S. June 5
Ad. Sampson from W.June 8
Alameda from W. June 9
.Mariposa from S. June 9
City of Seattle from S. June 11
Jefferson from S. June 13
Humboldt from S. June 14
Al-Ki from S. June 14
Yukon from W.June 19
Princess May from S. June ?
To Sail.
Northwestern S. June 3
Spokane S. June 6
Ad. Sampson S. June 8
Alameda S. June 9
Mariposa W. June 9
City of Seattle S. June 12
Al-Ki S. June 14
Jefferson S. June 14
Humboldt S. Juno 15
Yukon S. June 19
Princess May S. June ?
o?o?o
ARRESTED BY HARDING
FOR WHISKEY REDDLING
Special Agent L. L. Harding last
night arrested Dave Collins for giving
liqour to an Indian woman.
Collins was ararigned this morning
and will have a hearing before the
commissioner's court tomorrow. I
o?o?o
HUNTERS AND TRAPPERS:? "
Highest cash price paid for all kinds
of raw furs at Will's store. 4-7-t.f. 1
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I: DR. H. VANCE |j <
II The II (
? OSTEOPATH ji
; Orpheum Hotel Bldg., Room 10
I Consultation and Examina- ?? -
? Free. ?? *
Graduate American School of ?;
. Osteopathy, Kirksvllle, Mo.
; Seven years' active practice. "
Office hours, 9 to 12 m. 1 to 5 ** j
; p. m., or by appointment. a
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fORPHEUM !
;; JUNEAU, ALASKA ;;
:: Photo Plays ::
:: GENERAL FILMS::
" Best by Test -
:: PERFORMANCE j:
Every Night
I! First Show commences 7:45 p. m.
Second 9:00 p. m.
- Matinee, Saturdays Only -
!! 2:30 p. m.
:: FOOT MAIN STREET ::
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CLASSIFIED.
FOR RENT?Beds at Hogan s Flat?
$2:50 a week. Inquire .May Dorgau
Commercial Cafe, 3-14-t.f.
FOR SALE?Old doors aud windows
at the Juneau Construction Company
LOST?A gold band ring; reward,
return to Empire office. tf
Smoke a Lovera. The most popu
lar, clear Havana cigar.
FOR RENT?One four-room tlat and
one five-room flat. 5-28tf
SOWERBY & BEI L.
FOR SALE?Five-room house and
lot 50x100 on Star hill. Enquire W.
f. Harris.
WANTED POSITION at once to do
ight housework in family. Phone
113. 6-4-2L
WANTED?Rockmen, $3.50 per day;
:ommon laborers, $3. Apply labor de
lartment, Alaska-Oastineau Mining
Company. 6-5-tf
FOR SALE ? Furniture. Inquire
day Dorgan, Commercial Cafe 6-6-tf
i
WANTED ? Furnished rooms for
lousekeeping. Apply at Raymond's,
,Ir. Evans. 6-G-2t.
rHERE IS SOMETHING
UNCANNY ABOUT IT
The long hand of coincidences had
n intelligent touch when it burned
he prizefight arena at Calgary the
ay after McCarty was killed. The
rena was fully insured and was of
o further use.?Seattle Times.

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