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If You Want the Real Thinp in
M. J. O'Connor
A Perfect Fit or No Sale
NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED
|jj M. J. O'CONNOR DOUGLAS
Paul Bloedhorn, Jeweler
WATCHES, CLOCKS, CHINA AND CUT GLASS
IS A GOOD TIME TO SELECT NEW
NUW WALL PAPER, RUGS, LINOLEUM at
P. H. FOX'S - - Douglas, Alaska
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J CARRIES iho FINEST STOCK of LIQUORS in DOUGLAS ?
J PEBBLEFORD OLD LINE RYE BEST KENTUCKY BOURBON f
j; DEL PUENTE. HENRY CLAY and Other Standard Cigars. ^
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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 10 Poultry, Fish and Game in Season. Douglas
C. W. YOUNG COMPANY
Mining, Fishing, Plumbing
and Building Supplies
Front Street Juneau
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 a re right too.
IF ITS H A It I) W A R E.
WE HAVE 1T
ALASKA SUPPLY CO. JUNEAU |
Front and Franklin Streets, Juneau
EVERYTHING NEW AND CLEAN
Reasonable Rates Harry F. Cain, Proprietor
CLOTHING AND DRY GOODS
St. Ann's Avenue ? - - Douglas
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S ORPHEUM |
t JUNEAU, ALASKA |
:: $200,000 Production J
HOUSE OF QUALITY
:: Friday and Saturday ;;
:: see our sun day show ::
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:: Golden Belt Addition j
Choice Residence Lots for Sale *"
? ? See E. L. COBB. Airt. - Phone 3-?-9 ? ?
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1 The 'Model'!
This Is a j
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B. D. STEWART
U.vS. MINERAL SURVEYOR
P. O. Box 168 - - ? Juneau
DOIMII.AS. Juno 14. Thoro will bo1
a name of soccer football tomorrow i
evening between the Douglas and Ju .
neau teams starting about 7 o'clock, i
The foundation on the new bank
biulding has been started.
Twenty-two tons of empty bottles
were shipped out on the Humboldt.
The Jefferson arrived hist night with
passengers and 11 tons of freight.
The Al-Ki arrived from the South
last night with a small cargo.
The most talked about tiling in
i Douglas tod a}' is the baseball fame
! scheduled for tomorrow.
John Roberts, of Treadwell, loft on i
the Jefferson for Whitehorse.
? John Powell has accepted a position
as blacksmith at the Mexican mine.
F. H. Tasher returned from Ketchi
kan on the Jefferson.
The mother and brother of .Mrs. k.
1\ Kennedy arrived on the Jefferson
to make a visit. They come from San
Three new road carts with high
geared traction have arrived for the
Treadwell tire department.
St. Luke's Episcopal Church?Ser
vices in St. Luke's Episcopal church
tomorrow evening at eight o'clock,
subject of sermon: "Shallow-Minded
Christians." Every one is cordially
welcome. Sunday School meets at
10:30 a. m.
Congregational Church Sunday ser
! vices at the Congregational church.
.Morning Bible study at 10 o'clock.
Morning worship at 11 o'clock. The
subject of the sermon will be "Love,"
the second of series of sermons. Eve
ning service at eight o'clock, sub
ject. "Salvation." All receive a wel
come who come.
The regular weekly show will take
place tonight at the Treadwell Club.
The big Fourth of July meeting will
be held at the Lyric theatre tonight
immedately after the show.
The Humboldt left for the South
this morning with the following pas
sengers: Mrs. C. F. Kulin, of Tread
well. for Ketchikan; .Mrs. Fountaine,
Roy Snyder went to work at the
Ready Bullion mill today.
NORTH YAKIMA MAN
DOUGLAS. June 14?J. D. Wyn
coop, an old-timer of Nome, but more
recently of North Yakima, and It. It.
Bell, principal of one of the North
Yakima schools, arrived on the Jef
ferson and are guests here of Rev.
Owen I'instead. They expect to re
main here for the season.
Go to "Reiver's" for a good smoke
or chew. 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 "Reiver's". tfj
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i Personal Mention ::
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.Mrs. James Kennedy, of Skagway,
arrived in Juneau on the Humboldt
I). J. Talbot, a contracting plumber
of Seattle, is a recent arrival in Ju
neau. He has taken the plumbing
contract on the Caro-Hooker-McClos
key biulding and intends locating here.
Miss K. K. Murchad. a Seattle school
mistress, is making the round trip
on the Humboldt.
J. .M. Ousby, formerly of Nome, ar
rived in Juneau on the Jefferson last
J. M. Levy arrived in Juueau on the
Humboldt last night from Skagway.
L. W. Burford could not resist the
call of the North and returned to Ju
neau on the Jefferson last night.
Charles H. Cosgrove, the well
known Ketchikan attorney, arrived
from the First City yesterday.
B. L. Thane, accompanied by L. P.
Shackleford left on the launch Iowa
for Kensington this morning.
FOR RENT?Beds at Hogan's Flat,
$2:50 a week. Inquire May Dorgan
Commercial Cafe, 3-14-t.f.
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.
FOR SALE ? Furniture. Inquire
May Dorgan, Commercial Cafe 6-6-tf
FOR RENT ? Newly furnished
rooms. Steam heat, electric lights;
$5 a week. Upstairs, McCloskey build
WANTED?Experienced tool sharp
eners. Apply I-abor Department, Al
PICTORIAL REVIEW g
I 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.
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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 nil 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
Opp. Postoffice, Over Kexall
DOUGLAS, - - ALASKA
DOUGLAS ALL EXCITEMENT
OVER TOMORROWS GAME
DOUGLAS, June 14.?The people of
Douglas are excited over the base
ball game that will be played tomor
row between the Douglas island team
and the Juneau team. It is expected
to be the most interesting game that
thus far has been played. Each team
lias one victory to its credit, and that J
adds interest to the coming contest.
The line-ups will be strong and the
game should be fast.
A game was played here last night
between the regular Douglas island
team and the Douglas Vannigans. A
new player was tried out by the Doug
las team. The feature of ihe game
was an unhuman pickup near first
base by Kertis.
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j: Marine Notes jj
I I Mil
The Northwestern will arrive from,
the South tomorrow night or early;
Monday morning. j
The Admiral Sampson leaves Seat
tle tomorrow night and should arrive
The Humboldt arrived from Skag
way early this morning and sailed
South before noon.
The Jefferson passed through to
Skagway last night and is expected
to sail South at seven tonight.
The Georgia will leave at six tonight
The Al-Ki arrived from the South
at 4 o'clock this morning and sailed
on return trip.
The Delhi arrived and is unloading
coal at the l'acillc Coast dock. She
brought considerable powder for
Treadwell which has already been un
Typewriters for rent.?W. H. CASE
"ASK BRITT" o
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The choicest and most delicious stock of cand> that ^
ever came to town is now on sale at < ?
Britt's Pharmacy <?
THE OLDEST BANK IN ALASKA j
Established 1887 j
Interest Paid on Member
Savings Accounts American Hankers' A'ssn.
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1 DANIEL FROHMAN PRESENTS is
THE PRISONER OF ZENDA
I WITH JAMES K. HACKETT
| AND THE SPECIAL FROHMAN CAST J
Rudolph Rassendyll \ JAMES K
Rudolph, King of Poritania/ HACKETT
Princess Flavia . . Beatrice Beckley
Antoinette Minna Gale
Black Michael . . . David Torrence
Colonel Sapt. . . . Andrew Lewis
Fritz von Tarlenheim . Lawrence Imhoff
1,000 People in Supporting Company
? Eastern critics proclaim this masterpiece of Motiography the j J
Is Greatest Moving Picture Ever Made j!
A Dramatic Masterpiece of' Romance and Adventure j ?
GROSS THEATRE Tonight and Tomorrow Night Only ;j
TONIGHTS PERFORMANCE BEGINS 8:20 ADMISSION 25 CK and SO ft?
Sunday Night 2 PERFORMANCES 7:45 & 9:30 AO CIS. 3 HQ DU \AS.
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