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TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING SEE i M. J. O'Connor j 11 A Perfect Fit or No Sale i NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED J ? M. J. O'CONNOR DOUGLAS ?'! Paul Bloedhorn, Jeweler WATCHES. CLOCKS. CHINA AND CUT GLASS DOUGLAS ALASKA ' IS A COOD TIME TO SELECT NEW INUW WALL PAPER, RUGS, LINOLEUM at P. H. FOX'S - - Douglas, Alaska mmm?"? < II I I I i I 1 I I 1 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 I I I I I I II I H I lj f WINDOW SCREENS AND tj I SCREEN DOORS ;:| I SECOND -u?l O ST. JULIUS JENSEN ? DOUGLAS I Ii1111111111h1111111ii1111111n 1111111111111111 M 11 i i ! i ; : i : i : : : : : : : : : :-r i : : i : : : i i ! i i 11 i 11 1111 i i 11 i i I i i i 1 !? | THE CITY BAR f t CARRIES the FINEST STOCK of LIQUORS in DOUGLAS :: i PESBLEFORD OLD LINE RYE BEST KENTUCKY BOURBON "" t DEL PUENTE. HENRY CLAY and Other Standard Cigars. E 1 i 1 ; i : i i ; i !?: I i i i I I I I I 1 11 I 1 1 11 111 1 11 11 111 ! 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 t-0 Poultry, Fish and Game in Season. Douglas C W. YOUNG COMPANY I Dealers in Mining, Fishing, Plumbing and Building Supplies Front Street Juneau . 1 \ n 111111:: :::::: m-h-i-h-i i i i i i i i i i m i i i m i t ANNOUNCEMENT I | TO MERCHANTS j ?? I take pleasure in announcing to the merchants of Alas- ;; ?? ka that -j THE NATIONAL CASH ? REGISTER COMPANY f I! has extentd its mechanical inspection service to Alaska. !! Mr. H. E. Shook, mechanical inspector from Dayton, !! I 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 ;; Ate.ska Representative ;; ;; NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO., DAYTON, 0. ;; T111111:::::i:i:11::111111111111111111r1111111111111T STARRETTS TOOLS and all kinds of iMechanics' 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 HARDWARE. WE HAVE IT ALASKA SUPPLY CO. JUNEAU [ HOTEL ARCTIC Front ard Franklin Streets, Juneau EVERYTHING NEW AND CLEAN Reasonable Rates Harry F. Cain, Proprietor TO JUNEAU PATRONS: I wish to announce that I am pro-1 pared to give prompt and efficient service in delivering coal, hauling freight, baggage, etc. HILARY McKANXA TRANSFER Phone Order 6-7 or 5-6 Lf. Sparks From Douglas ?t>-o? BOSTON IANS PLAY TO PACKED DOUGLAS HOUSES DOUGLAS, June 7.?The Juvenile Ltastonians completed their engage ment at this place last night, playing :o a packed house in the race-track ;:omic opera "Tips." The company has made a decided hit in this town and will he assured packed houses when it plays a return engagement in August. DOUGLAS READY FOR TOMORROW'S BASEBALL ?o-o? DOUGLAS, June 7. ? The Douglas Island baseball team is ready for a hot game of basebal ltomorrow?the second in the series for $100 a game. The Douglas team accompanied by a lot of fans will leave on the 1:30 ferry. It will probably present the same line up that played here last Sunday. DOUGLAS, June 7.?The quarantine will not be raised for some time yet as the two little Gray boys have the scarlet fever. u?v? Mass Meeting Tonight.?There will be a mass meeting of the citizens of Douglas tonight at 1) o'clock at the A. L. U. hall to arrange for a Fourth of July celebration. M. J. O'CONNOR, .Mayor. The Treadwell band held a business meeting last night and D. J. Kinzie was re-elected president, Monte Snow was re-elected secretary and treasurer. The lirst rehearsal will be next Tues day evening. Carpenters have started to build a new foundation to the Veasie resi dence at Treadwell. It is one of the oldest houses on the Island. Emmet Harris, representative for the National Cash Register Co., of Dayton. Ohio, has taken a portion of the Day Duilding for a display room. It is rumored that Harry Mclvor is to start a 5# and 10 cent store in Ju neau. The little daughter of Max Schultz was operated on by Dr. Simpson the other day. The new chemical engine that ar rived from the South, is to be tried out today. James Hewitt has accepted a posi tion at the Keist pool room. H. Pary Rode and l'aul Peilctich are to leave on the Spokane. Anton Liljestrand is hauling lumber for the new residence he is to build on Third street. There will be a dance at the Alaska Star Temperance hall tonight at 8:20 o'clock. The admission will be 25 cents. The regular weekly show will take place at the Treadwell Club tonight. The Spokane sails tomorrow with the following passengers: Mrs. T. J. Cole, of the Tavern Cafe; Gertrude O'Connors, who has been working at Mrs. McBlains"; Andy Torkelson and wife, of Treadwell, who are going to Norway for a visit; Frank Tuscher, to Ketchikan; F. M. Emerson, day j bartender at the Hunter, is going for a short business trip to Seattle. The Gilligan Brothers have the con tract for the hauling of the poles for the electric company. At Congregation Church ? Sunday morning Bible study at 10 o'clock. Morning worship at 11, subject, "The Love of God." This will be the ilrst of a series of sermons on this sub ject. Evening service at eight o'clock This will be the Annual Memorial for the Independent Order of Odd Fellow ship: the members of the order, and the Rebekah's will attend in a body. Theme, "The Odd Fellows," or "The Man with the Power." All are wel come. St. Luke's Episcopal?There will be services in St. Luke's Episcopal church tomorrow evening at eight o'clock, sharp. Sermon by Rev. G. E. Renison. Everyone is cordialy welcome. Sun day School meets at 10:30 a. m. Go to "Reiver's" for a good smoke or chew. tf Chambeis Bros., Butchers ? Choice cuts a specialty. ? + * "Reiver's" has all kinds of plants, carnations, pansies and geraniums, tf Get you cones, milk-shakes and sodas at "Reiver's". tf o?o?o The Arctic Pocket Billiard Parlors opens Saturday night, corner Front ! and Franklin streets. 6-4-4t. ; 0?O?0 The Mariposa sailed from Seattle 1 last night and should arrive here Mon- 1 day. I Job Printing at The Empire Office LORENZA TEPPA SHOEMAKER CLOTHING AND DRY GOODS St. Ann's Avenue - - - Douglas . SUN UMBRELLAS PARASOLS WASH DRESSES WAISTS /p^qjunerurljiskr. JULY PATTERNS AND MID-SUMMER PICTORIAL REVIEW HERE Sllll 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 j pretty and attractive. Curtain Swisses, Ettanines, plain and hemstitched scrim, flowered scrim, etc., 20c to 45c the yard. -i-H-H-H H M-H-H-H-M-M I HI-I I 1 I 1 I I I I I I I ?Iiitiil I I I * I SPECIAL p .?-HI~H-I"1i,IiiI -I -l-I- l I I I 1 I I I I I I 1 I T 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. I I I !? :: HHH"I"I"I 1 I I I I -I- *? ;; | SPECIAL PRICE | jj I! Includes Alterations ;; ;; :: .i'-H-hw i i i-I-I-I-.I-I-I.t- *? ?H-H-I M I I 1 I III 1 1 I I III II I :: 1 -I 1-H-H1 I I 1 M If ?' ijii special p :: 1111 i-r " I I I 1 -I I-I"!11!11!11!11 I I I I 1 Il'M-H-t 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. :: M 1 I I 1 1 1 -? II II SPECIAL PRICE | II I! Includes Alterations I || 1-H- |; ?1 1 ! I 1 I 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I I I !??!??!? i ? DR. R. C. MATHIS DENTIST Opp. I'ostoffice, Over Kexall Drug Store DOUGLAS, - - ALASKA ? i I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I H I I I I I I I | Personal Mention .iii;111111J ***** e 111 M 111 I J. H. Richmond, representing u' large business house, arrived on the Spokane and is stopping at the Or pheum hotel. J. 10. Nusebaum and .Mrs. Nusebaum, of Tanana, passed through last night on the Spokane euroute to their home! via the Yukon. John Doherty, a Tanana merchant, is aboard the Spokane with a stock , of goods euroute to tho great Yukon , station. , Bishop R. J. Cook and .Mrs. Cook i arrived in Juneau on the Spokane yes- i terday. , Simon Hellenthal arrived from the South on the Spokane yesterday. Air. Hellenthal has been in the Statc3 for the past few weeks. u V/ V , JUDGE OVERFIELD ON . WAY TO JUNEAU Judge Robert W. Jennings received j a cablegram last night from Judge , Peter D. Overfield, of the Third Di- ] vision, saying that he would sail from Valdez for Juneau last night. Judge Over Held comes to the capital to hear an application of Joseph ? MacDonald to be released from jail < on bond. The application will be ( heard next week. i o?o?o < For home-made pastry and best 1 coffee go to "U and 1" Lunch Room. i CHURCH NOTES. Presbyterian Church John B. Stevens, Pastor. .Morning service at 11, Text, Psalms lllMl'G. "It Is Time l'or Thee, Lord, To Work, for They Have Made Void Thv Law." Evening service at 8; Children's Way program. Recitations and music by the Sunday School, three numbers by the male quartet, and ser monet by the pastor. A special invi tation is extended to attend this ser vice. Sunday School meets at 12. Prayer meeting on Thursday evening! at eight o'clock. The Ladies' Aid will meet on Friday afternoon at the home j of .Mrs. Shorthill. Trinity Episcopal. Morning service at 11 a. 111. Special | music will be rendered by the full vested choir, including anthem, "Hear J Me When 1 Call." Soloists, Mrs. Itob ertson, soparano,*and .Mrs. Faulkner, contralto. Everyone is cordially wel come. Sunday School at 12:30 Ladies' Uuild meets on Friday afternoon at two o'clock. Choir practice on Friday evening at 7:30 p. in. Methodist Episcopal. K. C. Blackwell, Pastor. Services morning and evening at 11 ind S o'clock. Sermons by Bishop R. I. Cooke. Sunday School at 12 m. Address by J. W. McDougal. Young People's meeting at 7 p. m., led by Mr. It. H. Hughes. Prayer meeting ind choir practice Thursday evening. Meeting of the Woman's Social Union Friday afternoon. Christian Science. Chirstian Science service is held Sunday at 11 a. m. in the Christian Science hall. Subject, "God the Only Jause and Creator." The public is welcome. Literature and information ! >f Christian Science can be had Wed lesday from 2 to 5 at tho reading ?oom. ?I-I-I-I -I -1?! I -I I 1 ! I I I T1 I I I III 1 I I I I I I j [f 1 tonight! ii THE FAMOUS JUVENILE 11 ' BOSTONIANS ii; jl In Audran's Masterpiece II j: "OLIVETTE" ii, ? SUNDAY THE MUSICAL COMEDY OF THE **TlpC,, *' J : NIGHT RACETRACK I II 3 fh ;; II ] MONDAY NIGHT :: ! Engagement positively closes Monday evening with the tune- *j J ? ful military opretta '? , 'THE DAUGHTER OF THE REGIMENT" :: i 'mi 11 m ii n m 11 in 11 ii i mi 111 m n 11111 m 11111 iT 1 | "ASK BRITT" if t The choicest and most delicious stock of candy that I ever came to town is now on sale at ? ? I Britt's Pharmacy :: i I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II i Marine Notes | ? 1111ii11itittiii 11111 n i f The Admiral Sampson will arrive from the Westward southbound to morrow noon. The Spokane will return from Skag way and sail for the South at six o' clock tomorrow night. The Alameda will be due to arrive from the Westward Monday. The City of Seattle will be due to arrive from the South next Wednes day. The Jeanie arrived with lumber and about nine hundred cases of powder. o?o?o DOUGLAS PEOPLE WED AT JUNEAU YESTERDAY Mr. Carl Alfred Bloomquist and Miss Selma Louisa Carlson, of Doug las, were united in marriage yester day in the Methodist Episcopal church in this city, the Kev. R. C. 131ackwell, officiating. Mr. and Mrs. John Holm quist were the witnesses. The groom left for the Jualin mine to prepare a home to which to take his bride. The latter will remain at Douglas un til Mr. Bloomquist returns returns for her. 0?0?0 MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS To Arrive. Northwestern from W. June 3 Spokane fro S. June 16 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 ' i'ukon from W. June 19 Princess Sophia from S. June 10 , Princess May from S. June 17 ; To Sail. Northwestern S. June 3 Spokane S. June 17 j \d. Sampson S. June 8 \lameda S. June 9 Mariposa W. June 9 City of Seattle S. June 12 U-Ki S. June 14 t lefferson S. June 14 j rlumboldt S. June 15 i fukon S. June 19 ( 3rincess Sophia S. June 12 r ^rincess May S. June 19 c 11 11 11 11 i; 1111111 111 1111 !? IORPHEUM ;j ;; JUNEAU, ALASKA ;; ;; Photo Plays ?; :: GENERAL FILMS:: 11 Best by Test 11 :: PERFORMANCE jj Every Night ?? 11 First Show commences 7:45 p. m. 11 Second 9:00 p. m. 11 Matinee, Saturdays Only 11 11 2:30 p. m. 11 FOOT MAIN STREET 11 t-ll I 1 I I 1 1 I 1 1 11 M'M M I M 1 I t CLASSIFIED. FOR RENT?Beds at Hogan's Flat. $2:50 a week. Inquire .May Dorgan Commercial Cafe, 3-14-Lf. FOR SALE?Old doors and 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 SALE?Five-room house and lot 50x100 on Star hill. Enquire W. J. Harris. WANTED?Rockrnen, $3.50 per day; common laborers, $3. Apply labor de partment, Alaska-Gastineau Mining Company. 6-5-tf FOR SALE Furniture. Inquire May Dorgan, Commercial Cafe 6-6-tf WANTED ? Furnished rooms for housekeeping. Apply at Raymond's, Mr. Evans. 6-6-2t. Young man wants first class "oom with easy access to bath. Phone 202. 6-7-6t. FOR SALE?Furniture; inquire over 3ritt's Pharmacy. 1L PIONEER ALASKA ACTOR COMING Herb Bell, a well-known actor of he old variety theatre days of 15 rears ago, will come North this year n a repetoire company. Bell was a Serman comedian, and played at Ju leau, Douglas, Skagway, Dawson and ither Northern towns.