If You Want the Real Thins1 in
I TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING
M. J. O'Connor
A Perfect Fit or No Sale
NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED
M. J. O'CONNOR DOUGLAS
Paul Bloedhorn, Jeweler
watches, clocks, china and cut glass
Don; LAS ALASKA
IS A COOl) TIME TO SELECT NEW
nu w wa1l paper, rugs, linoleum at
P. H. FOX'S - - Douglas, Alaska
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THE CITY BAR
I ( \KKILS I he I IN EST STOCK of LIQUORS in DOUGLAS i
t PEBBLEFORD OLO LINE RYE BEST KENTUCKY BOURBON -
j; DEL PUENTE. HENRY CLAY and Other Standard Cigars. !
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CHAMBKRS BROS., Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Our Beef. Pork, Mutton, Veal and Lamb are as Good as Can Be
Raided. Nothlrg 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
th?* Most complete line of Artis
tic Builders hardware in town
The prices aro right too.
IF ITS H A R I) W A R E.
\\ E HAVE I I
ALASKA SUPPLY CO. JUNEAU
Front and Franklin Streets, Juneau
EVERYTHING NEW AND CLEAN
Reasonable Kates Harry F. Cain, Proprietor
DR. R. C. MATHIS
Opp. iV-toffice, Over Kexull
I )ru^ Store
DOUGLAS. - - ALASKA
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:: Photo Plays :
:: GENERAL FILMS j
Rest by Test
: PERFORMANCE" j
!! F'ir>t Show commences 7:4"> p. m .
So-..nd '.CUO p. m.
? ? Matinee, Saturdays Only ;
!! 2:30 p.m. ?'
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Golden Belt Addition ??
Chotc* K?-?xl*nc?r Lot* for Sa U
< ' SmE.L COBB. A*t. . BBu Ml 3-6-9 ? ?
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FOR SALE?Old doors aud windowt
at th?- Juneau Construction Compauj
LOST?A gold band ring; reward
return to Empire olllce. tl
KOK SALE -Five-room house and
lot 50x100 on Star hill. Enquire \V,
I- J. Harris.
WANTED Experienced tool sharp
? eners. Apply Labor Department. A1
. oska-Castineau. 6-11-tl
KOK KENT -Nicely furnished front
. bed room and bath?$25 per month
; I'hone 603. tl
WANTED -Either furnished or un
; furnished cabin or house. Address
"T"- Empire. 6-17-3t.
| KOK KENT Fine, front room, with
' bath. Flat 5, Hogan Flats 6-18-4t.
FOUND?A watch fob. Owner may
| have same by calling at this ollice,
? describing it and paying for this no
! tice. 6-19-3L
KOK SALE?Lot 3. Block 37. city.
K. E. Kobertson. 6-18-3t.
WHEN YOU want to eat well, go
to the Commercial Cafe Dining Room,
Lunch Counter. Private Boxes. The
choicest viands at lowest prices. For
reservations for private parties, phone
A complete line of tobacco Jars and
; pipe racks at BURFORD'S.
DOUCLAS, June 19.?The Douglas
island soccer football team lust night
defeated Juneau by a score of G to 1.
A large crowd witnessed the game.
The Tread well Club band last night
gave streets concerts in Douglas, play
ing the latest tunes and popular airs.
There will be a Fourth of July
meeting tonight at 9:15 o'clock at the
Lyric theatre to make the final ar
range meats for the glorious Fourth.
Kvery patriotic American should be
The glorious Fourth is comnig. Fire
creckers already are being brought in
; to action.
Frank Hach is around taking the
census and ascertaining the desire of
the people on the liquor question.
J. Jones has accepted the position
- as night watchman at the Schultz
Six University students went to
work yesterday at Tread well.
Brown, formerly bartender at the
Hunter, was fined $-5 or ill) days in
jail by Judge Henson the other day
for being disorderly.
^ Two chevrons for the Douglas team,
h It is K. /.. At "l.eiver'c." tf
[ See "Lelvers window for decora
r tions for the Fourth of July. tf
1 Carnations. $1 a do/,., come ami get
? some. "I.eiver's." tf
Chambeis Bros.. Butchers -Choice
? cuts a specialty. ***
:r Typewriters for rent.?W. H. CASE
; DEMAND FOR COMPILED
STATCTES IS GREATj
The demand for the "compiled laws
of the Territory of Alaska, 1913,"
commonly called the new code, coin
I piled by the committee on territories
j of the National House of llepresenta
I tives, are in such demand that the of
fices of Gov. J. F. A. Strong and Sec
retary W I. Distill have been flooded
with inquiries as to how to net the
compilation. So numerous have he
come the inquiries that this morning
\V. \V. Shorthill. secretary to the Gov
ernor. gave out the following state
"Copies of the 'Compiled Laws of
the Territory of Alaska, 191:5.' in one
volume, hound in buckram, may he
obtained from the Superintendent of
Documents. Washington. 1). ('.. upon
payment of $1.50 per copy. Remit
tances should be made only in the
form of postotllce money order, ex
press order, or New York draft. This
compilation is the one authorized by
the act of Congress of Aug. 24, 1912,
and the work was done under the di
rection of the joint committee on ter
ritories of the Senate and House of
I! Representatives. The laws are com
piid. codified, arranged and annotated
in a most careful and thorough man
ner. and the volume is in great de
mand by members of the legal profes
sion ?ts well as many others. The act
referred to provided that 1,500 copies
of the compilation should he furnished
to members of the United States Sen
ate and 2.500 copies to members of
the House of Representatives ? ap
proximately live copies to each mem
ber of Congress. These are. of course,
distributed free of charge while they
last. The index to the volume is
alone worth the cost of the hook, be
ing very elaborate and complete.
Marshall H. L. Faulkner says that
the appropriation for transportating
prisoners has been exhausted for some
time and he has been compelled to
advance from his own funds money '
for that purpose to the amount of 1
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SITKA WANTS TO BE DRY 1
f It is said there will be a vigorous I
protest filed with the District Court 1
' against granting any saloon licenses 1
? in the town of Sitka. Whether or not 4
the protest will represent a majority 1
. of the people is not known.
' SPECIAL MUSIC AT
THE GROSS THEATRE
f The management of the Gross thei\
; tre announces one of the best picture
( programs for tonight ever billed in
that house. Their music is a special
feature of the program. Mrs. Arm
i strong, one of the best pianists in the
West, will preside at the piano.
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HATS AND SHOES
TO BE GIVEN AWAY
Following a custom long established
in our store we will GIVE AWAY to ,
each purchaser of a suit of clothes be
tween now and the Fourth of July
his choice of a hat or pair of dress
shoes FREE OF COST. That is to h
say. buy a suit of clothes and select fi
your choice from the hats or dress j]
shoes in our stock. You pay for the p
clothes only, the other costs you not a o
cent CHAS. GOLDSTEIN, tf
WE ARE SHOWING
a full line of SUMMER wash fabrics,
embroideries, laces, gloves, hosiery,
under muslins, knit underwear, neck
wear, veils, scarfs, etc.
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GIVE US A TRIAL
on your next grocery
order?we can save
you some money
HATS AND SHOES
TO BE GIVEN AWAY
I Following a custom long established in our store we will
Give Away to Each Purchaser of a Suit of Clothes
Between now and the Fourth of July his choice of a hat or pair of dress shoes
FREE OF COST
That is to say, buy a suit ot clothes and select your choice from the hats or dress shoes I
in our stock. You pay for the clothes only
I The Other Costs You Not a Cent
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Dr. J. W. Turrentin, with the fertil
izer division of the agricultural de
partment, with headquarters in Wash
ington, D. C., left lor the South on
the Princess .May.
Simon liirsch took passage on the
Princess .May this morning lor the
A. A. Gabbs ami .Mrs. Gabbs are pas-j
sengers on the Princess .May enroute
to the Stales.
Kay Snyder is a recent arrival from '
Cordova. He will spend the summer J
GREAT SHOW ON AT
THE ORPHEUM NOW
The ottering at the Orpheum last
night was well received. "Days of
i'error" is a Vitagraph production that
deals with the revolutionary peariod
in France. The drama is well staged
and acted by finished artists. It is
a high glass photo play in two reels.
"Bronco Billy's Last llold-Up" is one
of the Anderson melodramas. "Any
Old Clothes," is a funny I'athe come
dy. "Who's to Wiu," is a good Vita-1
graph comedy, featuring John Bunny
and other classy actors.
OF GERMAN MACHINIST
Gov. J. F. A. Strong has received a
letter repuesting information relative
:o the whereabouts of Heiurich Klein
Jacli, of Heilbronn, Wurtberg, Ger-;
many, who was last heard from in Jan-:
jary, 11H0, while at Cordova, when he,
stated his intention of going to Cop
[>er Center. Young Kleindach was
jorn in 1SS5, and is a machinist by
Lrade. Information concerning him
should be sent to the Governc 's of
The case of Flora Fitzgerald against
he City of Juneau was continued un
it Mondya, June 23.
Mrs. OrlofT King, appeared in the
listrict court this morning, asking
hat William and Mamie Drewett be
:oinpelled to pay certain alleged hal
luces due her, as custodian of their
?hild under order of the court. The
?bjection of counsel for defendant,
drs. Drewett, to hearing the motion
ras over-ruled. Statements were
nade on each side and testimony is
}ARD FROM C. GOLDSTEIN '
Please take notice that we 1
tave no agent or agents in thie <
ield in Juneau or elsewhere sell- ?
ng clothes for us. We have one -
ilace of business, and that is at J1
>ur store. ]
CHARLES GOLDSTEIN. 1
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The Princess May left for the
South at seven o'clock this morning.
The Alameda will arrive in Juneau
tomorrow probably toward evening.
The Humboldt leaves Seattle tonight
and should arrive in Juneau June 24.
The Al-Kl Is scheduled to arrive
from Seattle June 26. She will sail
on return trip the same day.
The Princess Sophia should arrive
from the South June 24.
The Northwestern will arrive from
the Westward Southbound June 22.
The Curacao will arrive at Tread
well Monday morning.
The City of Seattle leaves Seattle
tonight and is expected to arrive in
Juneau June 24.
PASSENGERS LEAVING ON
THE PRINCESS MAY
?The Princess May arrived from
Skagway this morning at an early
hour and left for the South at seven
o'clock taking the following passen
gers from Juneau: John Mooney, Wm.
Roberts. Lugi Shalta, Mrs. John K.
Brown, Charles G. Hubbard, J. M. Mc
Ginn, M. J. Keilly, Mrs. N. Gurich, J.
B. Greenwood, Simon Hirsch, A. F.
Spatz and wife, Robert McCutclieon,
Ed. Armory, N. S. Campbell, W. T.
Dorey, A. A. Gabbs and wife, J. \V.
Turrentine, Chas Shaffer, C. Nelson,
J. Gordon. Henry Rhoal.
AUTO FOR HIRE.?Phone 3-1-4. tf.
Gov. J. F. A. Strong has appointed
the following notaries public: George
E. Howard, Sitka; R. L. Hebert and
A. R. Hbilig, Fairbanks; E. Coke Hill,
Ruby; It. E. Robertson, Juneau. J. D.
MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS
To Arrive. I
Northwestern from W. June 22
Spokane (excursion) from S. June ?
Ad. Sampson from W. June 29
Alameda from S. June 21
Mariposa from W. June 18
City of Seattle .... from S. June ?
Jefferson (excursion) from S. June 28 |
Humboldt from S. June 24 .
Al-Ki from S. June 26 |
Princess Sophia .... from S. June 24 '
Princess May from S. July 1
Northwestern S. June 22
Spokane (excursion) S. June ?
Ad. Sampson S. June 29
Alameda W. June 21 j
Mariposa S. June 18
Zfity of Seattle S. June ?
Al-Ki S. June 26
fefferson (excursion) S. July ?
Jumboldt S. June 25
Princess Sophia S. June 26
Princess May S. July 3 ,
WIRELESS STRIKE WAS
A DISMAL FAILURE
J. S. Weigland, who came North re
cently to take charge of the Juneau
Marconi wireless station, says the
wireless strike that recently occurred
was a dismal failure. The men were
unsuccessful in getting a raise in
wages or the complete recognition of
the union. However, the company
[ consented that those of the employees
that belong to the union may wear
their union buttons, and that those
that had gone out on the strike might
return to work, excepting only those
that had been employed in the vicinity
Mr. Weigland comes from Seattle.
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Kvery thing that will please a tmok
j er may be found at BURFORD'S.
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^ The choicest and most delicious stock of candy that
<> ever came to town is now on sale at <?
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THE OLDEST BANK IN ALASKA
Interest Paid on Member
Savings Accounts American Hankers' A'ssn.
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OCCIDENTAL HOTEL AND ANNEX
Restaurant in Connection Established 1881 European Plan
;; COMMERCIAL MEN'S HOME
FRONT ST. JOHN P. OLDS. Mugr. JUNEAU, ALA8KA
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MRS. M. E. BERGMANN, Prop.
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HEIDELBERG LIQUOR Co
"House of Good Drinks"
BEST APPOINTED PLACE IN TOWN
Carries nothing but the finest quality of goods. Family
Telephone 386?QUICK DELIVERY
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