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TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING SEE M. J. O'Connor A 1'erfec: 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 GOOD TIME TO SELECT NEW WALL PAPER, RUGS, LINOLEUM at P. H. FOX'S - - Douglas, Alaska I > II II M I H M i I 1 I I I I 1 I I 11 I II I M t t I I I t I I I I I I I I I } WINDOW SCREENS AND | | SCREEN DOORS JULIUS JENSEN ? DOUUI.AS J > >1 11 I II II I 1 II I I H I II I I I I I I II It I I I I II II I I I II I I I I I I II1 i I i i i ; : i : i : i : i I I i i I i 1111111111 n 1111111 11 n J THE CITY BAR f J CARRIES the FINEST STOCK ol LIQUORS in DOUGLAS L I PEBBLEFORD OLD LINE RYE BEST KENTUCKY BOURBON " J DEL PUENTE. HENRY CLAY and Other Standard Cigars. " 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 11 i 11 : I I 11 I i I IH CHAMBERS BROS., wholesale and Retail Butchers Our Beef. Pork. Mutton. Veal and Lamb are as Good as Can Be Raised. Nothinu but Prime Meat of Every Kind. Phone 1-0 Poultry. Fish and Game In Season. Douglas C W. YOUNG COMPANY Dealers in Mining, Fishing, Plumbing and Building Supplies Front Street Juneau 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 111: i;:; H'MMi'iiiiiimimiiiiiiimii || | | LAST TIME TONIf^HT LAST TIME;; | B. E. LANG PRESENTS THE FAMOUS JUVENILE ;; BOSTONIANS J IN THE TUNEFUL MILITARY OPRETTA ?? I The Daughter ,? Regiment | i.; ;? I-I i- ;? ;? ;? : i I-K-H-H-I I II i !? M-M-H-H-H liiliirtiii ? LORENZA TEFPA SHOEMAKER CLOTHING AND DRY GOODS SL Ann's Avenue ? ? - Douglas , ? Juneau Construction Co. ARCHITECTS and BUILDERS Old Juneau Iron Works Bldg. FRANKLIN STREET Opp. Laundry ? 'Phone 3-8-8 I Sparks From Douglas ?o-o? WEATHER DISAPPOINTS DOUGLAS ISLAND FANS DOUGLAS, June i>. - A large num ber ot' Douglas fans that went to Ju neau yestordaj to witness the base ball game that was scheduled to be played between Juneau and Douglas were disappointed because the weath precluded the possibility of a game. They will be in Juneau, however, in full force to see the game Wednesday evening at G: 30 o'clock. DOUGLAS, June i*. - Charles Poll ster is improving the looks of his lot but erecting a fence around it. The new chemical engine was test ed Saturday and it works to perfec tion. HORN To Mr. and Mrs. William Burke, Sunday, June 8th, at St. Ann's hospital, a baby boy. Dr. Simpson in attendance. Billy is the proudest man on the Island today. Miss L'lna Olson has resigned her position at Stifbbins' store. Arthur Pleek has launched his new gas boat, thi' "Emma," and it is a beauty. It has a twelve-horse power engine and it is worthy of its owner's pride in it. James Peters has begun the c-mi struction of a residence near the Treadwell postolllce. 1'. S. Woods, the ball player, has accepted a position at the Machine sboi s. The Douglas Island Improvement Club will hold an important meeting Wednesday evening at eight o'clock. All persons interested in the Club are invited to attend. The band will have its llrst rehears al Tuesday evening at the Treadwell Club. The appearance of St. Ann's ave nue will be a great improvement when the street work that is going on is finished and the new electric poles are installed. The addition to the Canteen is about finished. It improves the ap pearance of the building. Every nice evening the Douglas ball-tossers are out practicing. They intend to bring home the bacon next ball game if hard work will accom- ] plish it. Mrs. Jack Cottrell returned Satur da; eveniug after a week's visit at Sheep creek. DOUGLAS TAKES FIRST FOURTH OF JULY STEPS . Don;LAS. June It. The citizens of ? Douglas met at the A. L. I*, hall Sat- ; urday evening to consider the celebra tion of the Fourth of July. An exec utive committee was selected of ( which Jack McDonald is president, and Robert E. Coughliu, secretary. ( There will be another meeting Tues- . day evening to make further arrange ments. Go to "Leiver's" for a good smoke or chetf. tf Chambeis Bros., Butchers ? Choice cuts a specialty. ' "Leiver's" has all kinds of plants, ? carnations, pansies and geraniums, tf > Get you cones, milk-shakes and ' sodas at "Leiver's". tf o?o?o ? For home-made pastry and best 1 coft'ee go to "U and I" Lunch Room. o?o?o j DICK MANSON WILL HE AT LIBERTY SOON 1 Dick Manson will have finished his 1 sentence of six months' confinement in f the federal jail tomorrow morning. He - will then pay the $120 fine also a part of the penalty for his conviction for ? selling liquor to Inidans. Dick Man son is himself a prominent Indian of < the town of Hoonah. The liquor which ? he distributed is of his own inanu tacture and is a wonderful concoction > made from the ferineuted juices of 1 dried prunes or other fruits and its i potency is beyond question. Dick a says that Moses Smith, another Hoo- ? nah Indian, taught him the art of making the joy beverage. ? v o?o?o s I BISHOP ROWE PREACHES TO LARGE CONGREGATION " e Bishop R. J. Cooke, of the Metho- ^ dist Hpiscopal church, who is in Ju- . neau accompanied by Rev. J. W. Mc- j; Dougall, superintendent of the Ore gon conference, and R. H. Hughes, ( editor of the Pacific Christian Advo cate, of Portland, preached two ser mons at the Methodist church yester day. Both sermons were heard by large congregations, and both were E powerful and eloquent arguments in behalf of the Christian religion. Bishop Cooke and the others in his party will leave tonight on the Mari posa for Skagway. From that place \ they will proceed down the Yukon v river, visiting all points on that wa- ti terway. They will go up the Tanana p to Fairbanks, and back down the riv- n er and to Nome. They will reach Se- o attle in about a month. 8 | SUN UMBRELLAS PARASOLS WASH DRESSES WAISTS Tuneru,Alaska. 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, (lowered scrim, etc., 20c to 45c the yard. :: -H-H I-m i M 11 ::j! SPECIAL ?H-HH-H I-l-l-I- l-l-l"! -I-l-I-l-I-l III I* 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. ;; SPECIAL PRICE \ \[': I E Includes Alterations ! E E I -HH-l I I 1 1 I I I I I I I E ?H"H I 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 l1 M :: .M-M M M W'M'M 'l I I 1 1 I "I' ?? ll SPECIAL i:ii 'i i n i it 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. :: -i-l-l .1 q. I n I 1 1 I Ml IM'H'M- L I; | SPECIAL PRICE ;; ? I! I! Includes Alterations " I! ?1 1 ! ! ! I I I I I I I M 1 I ! 1 I 1 I 1 I 1 H DR. R. C. MATHIS DENTIST Opp. Postoffice, Over Kexull Drug Store DOUGLAS, - - ALASKA I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Personal Mention :: ?l i i i i i11in ? it**ai i n i i i r Robert Scott will return to Juneau! jii the Alameda tonight from an ex pended trip to the Westward. Deputy Marshal Percy G. Charles, Fairbanks, is probably returning Northbound on the Mariposa. .Marshal H. k. Love and the uewly lppointed .Marshal of the Fourth Di vision are said to be aboard the .Mari posa enroute to Fairbanks. Grant Baldwin arrived from Haines in the Spokane yesterday and will re main a few days. 11. G. Gaussen and wife arrived in Juneau from the Westward on the Ad miral Sampson yesterday. Mr. Gaus jen is traveling for a big Chicago louse. Col. Sol Ripinsky, of Haines, arrived in the Spokane yesterday and will visit for a few days. E. J. .McKanna returned from a vis t to Lynn canal ports on the Spokane yesterday. H. Beresford of the Frye-Bruhn com pany who has been on a trip to the iVestward came South 011 the Admiral Sampson, yesterday and stopped off in luneau for a few days. Clyde Ayers is in Juneau, having irrived Saturday in a private launch. Miss Elizabeth Boyle, a school teach er of Seward, is a passenger on the Vdmiral Sampson enroute to Seattle. L. B. Adsit returned from the West vard yesterday afternoon 011 the Ad niral Sampson, after a successful bus ness trip. Mr. Adsit reports things l little quiet to the Westward but ev !dybody ies cheerful and hopeful. B. F. Snodgrass and wife, both of vhom have been teaching government cliools at Kodiak are passengers on , he Admiral Sampson enroute to the States for their vacation. Peter Kruze, the well-known design r of mining and milling machinery, , rho has been to the Westward look- , ng over some properties near Chig iik, in the interest of the owners, is ( returning passenger southbound on he Admiral Sampson. O. D. Rohlfe, assayer for the Ella- ^ nar mine, is a passenger on the Ad niral Sampson enroute to the States. o?0?o JAIL APPLICATION COMES UP TOMORROW Judge Overfield will arrive from 'aldez on the Mariposa tonight and I -ill give a hearing on the applica ion to be admitted to bail on the art of Joseph MacDonald, who is ow in jail pending trial on the charge * f murder. The trial is set for July J th. 1 MANEEEE HELD UP i MEN WITH RIELE Deputy Marshal A. B. Sullivan, in charge of Thomas Manefee, the ex National league baseball player that1 went insane near Homer, passed} through Juneau on the Admiral Samp-1 son. Deputy Marshal Sullivan, said that Manefee has been going wrong for some time, but that only recently he became a menace and was taken up. Ten days ago Manefee became i violent and with a loaded Winchester stood off several men near Homer. Manefee's halucinatious seem to be| that "he is pursued by enemies." He j is a rank Socialist and worries over the inequalities occasioned by eco nomic conditions. Beside all this he is in constant communication with spirits that prompt him to violence. Manefee and his brother were both well-known ball players in their time and recognized as good ones too. Tom Manefee came North several years ago and has been in the country to the Westward for the past four years. o?o?o COURT NOTES. Frank Harvey, the only petit juror on the list for this term was excused this morning until Wednesday of this week. The following were admitted to cit izenship by Judge Jennings today: John Brennan, a native of Canada Donald A. Campbell, a native of Scot land: Oscar Chilen, a native of Swed en; all of the applicants are residents of Treadwell In the case of the U. S. against Dave Collins charged with selling liquor to Indians the defendant was discharged and the case dismissed. In the case of the U. S. against Tom .Mauzy, H. Anderson, and C. H. Wil keson, wherein they are charged with trespass, a hearing is on before Judge Grover C. Winn in the commissioner's court this afternoon. Dave Robinson is the complaining witness. 0?0?0 THE CITY AGAINST ANNIE JONES NOW The case of the City of Juneau igalnst Annie Jones wherein the 1 plaintiff asks for a restraining order ? :ind injunction is having a hearing to- J Jay on the order to show cause. This - morning the following testified for the :ity: J. B. Marshall, W. T. Lucas, B. ] 0. Blakeslee. ] The defense put on William Leyton md then took the stand on her own behalf. The argument took but little i :ime and th? case ended before noon, f fudge Jennings refused to grant the i njunction. i o?o?o 1 VIEETING OF SPORTS < COMMITTEE CALLED j There will be a meeting of the I sports committee of the Fourth of 1 fuly celebration committee tonight at I Jarragar's postofllce store. I :: "ask brittm :: 4 4 4 4 The choicest and most delicious stock of candy that 4 > 4 4 4 4 ever came to town is now on sale at 4 4 44 44 44 44 44 44 Britt's Pharmacy :: 44 44 44 44 I I I I I I I I I I I I IliI I I I I I I I I I i Marine Notes ?; 111 ii 111 Hinni 111111111 The Alameda is expected in from | the Westward tonight some time or early -tomorrow morning. The Mariposa will arrive from the South enroute to the Westward via Skagway at six o'clock. The Princess Sophia will he due to morrow evening from the South. The city of Seattle left eSattle on, time Saturday night and should arrive in Juneau Wednesday night. The Jefferson is scheduled to ar rive from the South Friday. The Al-Ki will arrive from the South June 14. The Yukon is expected to arrive from the Westward June 19. NEW ROOMING HOUSE FOR THIS TOWN Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Curley, formerly of Douglas, have opened a rooming house in the McCloskey building on Front street. It occupies the second floor and contains 15 rooms. The premises had not been occupied for several years, and they have been newly furnished. 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 Vukon from W. June 19 Princess Sophia from S. June 10 Princess May from S. June 17 ^ To Sail. ! Morthwestern S. June 3 Spokane S. June 17 f \.d. Sampson S. June 8 c Mameda S. June 9 Uarlposa W.June 9 ^ City of Seattle S. June 12 U-Kl S. June 14 fefferson S. June 14 f iumboldt S. Juno 15 fukon S. June 19 'rincess Sophia S. June 12 ' 'rlncess May S. June 19 ^ 1111 !?!?! i ii i ii 11 i 111111 n fORPHEUM ii ;; JUNEAU, ALASKA ;; i! Photo Plays :: GENERAL FILMS !! Best by Test 1 i :: PERFORMANCE jj Every Night i! First Show commences 7:45 p. m. i! Second 9:00 p. m. " Matinee, Saturdays Only !! 2:30 p. m. !! :: FOOT MAIN STREET :: 4-1 I I I 1 H"M"M 1 I I I I 1 I I I 1 I 1 1-K CLASSIFIED. FOR RENT?Beds at Hogaus Flat, $2:50 a week. Inquire .May Dorgan Commercial Cafe, 3-14-t.f. FOR SALE?Old doors and windows at the Juneau Construction Compauy LOST?A gold band ring; reward, return to Empire olfice. tf Smoke a Lovera. The most popu lar, clear Havana cigar. *** FOR SALE?Five-room house and lot 50x100 on Star hill. Euquire W. J. Harris. WANTED?Rockinen, $3.50 per day; common laborers, $3. Apply labor de partment, Alaska-Gastineau Milling Company. - 6-5-tf FOR SALE ? Furniture. Inquire May Dorgan, Commercial Cafe 6-6-tf Young man wants first class room with easy access to bath. Phone 202. 6-7-61. FOR RENT ? Newly furnished ?ooms. Steam heat, electric lights; J5 a week. Upstairs, McCloskey build ng 6-9-6L HUNTERS AND TRAPPERS:? highest cash price paid for all kinds >f raw furs at Will's store. 4-7-tf. o?o?o The Lovera Monarch is the popu ar bit size. ??? o?o?o Waffles all day at "*T and I" Lunch loom. 4-141m. o?o?o HAVE YOU a contract to let? If so, ie sure to see S. A. Kelly. New house, lov. road. Casey & Shattuck Addi ion. 6-16-lm.