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If \nu Will (he Heal Thing in
TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING
SEE
1 M. J. O'Connor
\ Perfect Fit or No Sale
NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED
V/ / O'COXXOR DOUGLAS
ILL- -== "
Paul Bloedhorn, Jeweler
WATCHES, CLOCKS, CHINA AND CUT GLASS
I" X'CI.AS ALASKA
IS \ HOOD TIME TO SELECT NEW
NU w WALI PAPER, RUGS, LINOLEUM at
P. H. FOX'S - - Douglas, Alaska
? M I t I M Illllllllllllllllll
WINDOW SCREENS AND }
| SCREEN DOORS
Jl'Lll'S JENSEN ~D00QLA8 |
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THE CITY BAR
t CARRIES the FINEST STOCK of LIQUORS in DOUGLAS W
I PEBBLEFORD OLD LINE RYE BEST KENTUCKY BOURBON '?]
1 DEL PUENTE. HENRY CLAY and Other Standard Cigars.
I ' I I I I I 1 1 I I i i I i I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I 1 1 I I I i 1 I 1 I I M 11 I 1 I 1 I I I 1
('HAMULUS BROS., Wholesdle dixl Retail Butchers
Ou>- Ore' Pork, Mutton, Veal and Lamb are as Good as Can Be
Notrtng but Prime Meat of Every Kind.
P one 0 P. try. Fish and Game In Season. Oouglas
C. W. YOUNG COMPANY
Dealers in
Mining, Fishing, Plumbing
and Building Supplies
Front Street Juneau
STARRKTTS TOOLS
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 are right too.
1 F I T S H A R 1) W A K E.
WE HAVE IT
I ALASKA SUPPLY CO. JUNEAU
HOTEL ARCTIC
Front ard Franklin Streets, Juneau
EVERYTHING NEW AND CLEAN
Reasonable Kates Harry F. Cain, Proprietor
DR. R. C. MATH IS
dentist
Opp. ]*o-!->ff!>:*;, Over kexall
Drutf Store
DOUGLAS. - - ALASKA
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ORPHEUM I
JUNEAU. ALASKA
:: Photo Plays :
:: general films j|
Kest by Test
i; "performance ;i
Every Night ;;
.. First Show commence* 7M p>n
? 'W p. m.
? ? Matinee, Saturdays Only
p. m. ? ? I
:: foot main street ::
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:? Golden Belt Addition
' ' Choice JU>iiI?iiec LuU fur S?.le * *
? ? SmE.L COBB. A*t. ? Chute 344 ? ?
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CLASSIFIED.
FOK SALE?Old doors aud windows
at iIn- Juneau Construction Company
LOST?A gold band ring; reward,
return to Empire ottice. tl
FOK SALE?Five-room house and
lot 5u.\100 on Star bill. Enquire W,
J. Harris.
WANTED Experienced tool sharp
eners. Apply l.abor Department. Al
aska-Gust ineau. 6-11-tl
FOK KENT?Nicely furnished front
bed room aud bath?$25 per month.
Phone 603. tl
FOK KENT?Fine, front room, with
bath. Flat 5, Hogun Flats 6-lS-4t.
FOK KENT?Office rooms, central
location. Alaska Supply Co. 6-23-tl
FOK RENT?Furnished rooms. ila'
12, llogan's Flats. 6-2?!-3t.
CARD FROM C. GOLDSTEIN
Please take notice that we
have no agent or agents in the
Held in Juneau or elsewhere sell
ing clothes for us. We have one
place of business, and that is at
our store.
CHARLES GOLDSTEIN.
0?o?o
LEAVE YOUR orders for green veg
etables and fruits at Goldsteins, to be
delivered after arrival of steamer Ala
meda. 6-21-1L
Sparks from
Douglas
DOl'tll.AS. Juiit* 23. Charles Wort
man lias accepted a position at the
i aw mill.
Ue\. Father J. Uruckert loft on the
last Northwestern for a throe or four
weeks' vacation In tlu> States, Rev.
father V an der I'ol will tie pastor ilur
iug his absence.
No "S6" won the Victrola at the
Treadwell barber shop Saturday.
Johnnie l.aughlin has accepted a po
Mtion with the Robertson Transfer.
(in account of the size of the score
etc.. that is almost regarded as a
practice game that was played in Ju
neau yesterday.
The City of Seattle and the Hum
boldt both got into Ketchikan this
morning at t* o'clock and will be here
tomorrow morning some time.
The Treadwell lire department has
, ordered six new chemical engines. It
' was also decided to adopt the Came
well tire alarm system at Treadwell.
| one that is in general use all over the
United States.
The hose teams are to be out prac
ticing at Treadwell tonight.
There will be another game of soc
cer football between the Douglas ami
Juneau teams next Thursday evening
at seven o'clock.
The Frank Rich Company of show
people are to he at Lyric in the near
future.
NOW. NOW. NOW. at the Roger's
Store. Douglas a hat or pair of shoes
FltKK with every suit, until the
Fourth of July. 6-23-tf
Monte Benson returned on the Ala
meda Saturday evening after a two
weeks' stay in the States.
! EIRE DAMAGES
DOUGLAS BUILDING
IKUVil.AS. June 23. The Thomas
; building. opposite the postolllce was
partly destroyed hv tire today and all
the occupunts were heavy losers. The
i liri' started about 11:30 o'clock from
gasoline that was being used by Dr.
.Mathis. the dentist, who occupies of
!:ees on the second tloor of the build
.iiu The gasoline became ignited, and |
th. tire, resisting the efforts of Dr.
Mathis to smother it out with a pil
low. rapidly spread.
The lire alarm was sounded immed
iately after it was discovered that the
dames had gotten heyiml control, and
the volunteer department responded
promptly. It did execellent work, and
the tire was under control before build
ing was completely consumed, and
they gave the tire no chance to spread.
The ground tloor of the Thomas is
occupied by the Rexall drug store, and
the second tloor by Dr. Mathis and 11.
K Chambers. The loss will fall heav
ily on all of them. Dr. .Mathis' furni
ture and aparatus was totally lost.
Announcement.
Mrs T. K. Needham, general mana
ger of Alaska for the celebrated Nu
liona Cornets, will be in Douglas at
.Mrs. Swatzenberger's for a few days.
She will be pelased to tit ladies in the
privacy of their own homes; fittings
b\ ap|K)intment only. Prices to suit
all. Will contract and thoroughly in
struct energetic wouien who wish to
take up the work in Treadwell and
Deng las. G-l! l-2t.
TREADWELL FIREMEN TO
HAVE IMPORTANT MEETING
DOUGLAS, June 23. ? The Tread
well tire department will have an im
portant meeting Wednesday evening.
In addition to the regular business of
the d< partment, arrangements will be
made for the Fourth of July flrmen's
contests. The positions of the diff
erent hose teams will be decided and
judges and timekeepers will be se
i lected.
Four reels of motion pictures will
he shown.
DOUGLAS BASEBALL
I FANS ARE DELIGHTED
DOUGLAS, Juno 23.?The Douglas
Island basoball team made it throe
straight at Juneau yesterday, and all
, the fans on the Island are bubbling
over with enthusiasm. Johnson is the
? hero of the hour. In addition to nich
ing a masterly game, he knocked out
a home run and made three one base
i hits.
Two chevrons for the Douglas team.
, It is E. Z. At "I.eiver'c." tf
See "I.eiver's" window for decora
tions for the Fourth of July. tf
Carnations, $1 a doz., come and get
1 some. "Leiver's." tf
?o-o?
Chambeis Bros., Butchers ? Choice
, cuts a specialty. ???
o?o?o
The Daily Empire delivered iu Ju
neau. Douglas and Treadwell for $1.00
a month.
o?o?c
See me about changing your old
style lenses to torics. Visual field en
larged 300 per cent. 6-20-tf
ItOBT. SIMPSON. Optometerist.
WIC ARK SHOWING
a full lino of SI'M.MICK wash fabrics,
einhroiilerh s, liuvs. gloves, hosiery.
I under in us I i ii >. Knit iiiulerw ear. necU
wear, veils, scurfs, etc.
/^qJuneruAEASKA.
GiVK US A TRIAL
on your next grocery
order?we can save r
you some money jj
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
Between now and the Fourth of July his choice of a hat or pair of dress shoes !
FREE OF COST j I
That is to say, buy a suit of clothes and select your choice from the hats or dress shoes
in our stock. You pay for the clothes only j
j The Other Costs You Not a Cent
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| Personal Mention | :
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J. .M. Slump was a passenger on the ?
Alameda for Skagwny.
\V. \V. Casey who has been in the [
States for several weeks will return ?
to Juneau on the Humboldt tomorrow. .
Henry Hratnober. the well-known \
mining man, arrived up on the Ala- ;
meda Saturday night. He said that he ?
expects to put in the entire summer
here. He will put in the time looking |
after his mining interests in this sec- ?
tion.
Henry Moses will be leaving for the
South in a few days, probably on the ?
Humboldt.
John Moharin returned to Juneau 1
on the Alameda from a visit to the '
west coast of Prince of Wales isl- ?
and and Ketchikan. He reports great !
activity in the king salmon Industry. ]
J. F. Warren, a civil engineer, ar- ?
rived in Juneau on the Alameda Sat !
urday night.
James MacDonald and Miss C. Mac- ?
Donald, son and daughter of Joseph .
MacDonald, arrived from the States |
on the Alameda Saturday evening.
o?o?o
HATS AND SHOES
TO BE GIVEN AWAY
Following n 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
hi? choice of a hat or pair of dress
shoes FREE OF COST. That is to
say. buy a suit of clothes and select
your choice from the hats or dress
shoes In our stock. You pay for the
clothes only, the other costs you not a
cent. CHAS. GOLDSTEIN, tf
o?o?o
MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS
To Arrive.
Mariposa from W. June 18
Alameda from S. June 21
City of Seattle .... from S. June 23
Northwestern from W.June24
Humboldt from S. June 24
Princess Sophia .... from S. June 24
Al-Kl from S. June 26
Jefferson (excursion) from S. June 28
Ad. Sampson from W. June 29
Princess May from S. July 1
Spokane (excursion) from S. July 12
To Sail. ;
Mariposa S. June 18 ?
Alameda W. June 21
Northwestern S. June 23 \
Humboldt S. June 25 ?
Al-Ki S. June 26 .
Princess Sophia S. June 26 "
City of Seattle S. June 27 i *
Ad. Sampson S. June 20 j.
Jefferson (excursion) S. July ? *
Princess May S. July 3 j
Spokane (excursion) S. July 15 .j
o?o--o j
SCANDINAVIAN GROCERY?Opp. j
City dock; just opened: fresh stock. !j
o?o?o *j
The Lovera Monarch Is the popu- J
lar bit size. ?
? I III
THE |
orpheum!
: FOUR NIGHTS II
Beginning THURSDAY
JUNE 26]
The Frank Rich Company y
|* In Rapid-Fire
:Musical Comedy::
: 18-PEOPLE-18::
A Real Singing and Dancing ']
Chorus I!
; Special Scenery and ::
Effect
. Reserved Seats on Sale Tuesday ..
| at Orpheum Box Office \
i Lyric Theatre f
; DOUGLAS
j THREE Nights jj
: MONDAY, TUESDAY and :!
WEDNESDAY
; JUNE 30, ;;
j JULY 1-2 jj
I Reserved Seats for Douglas on "
" sale Friday, June 27, at Palace ??
of Sweets
I Change of Play ::
Every Night
: Prices 50c & $1 jj
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j VALENTINE MUST SHOW -
BOOKS OR SHOW CAUSE
?o-o?
This morning Judge It. W. Jenning.
' ruled on tho motion of counsel for tile
Boston Croup Colod Mining Company]
in the suit of Kmory Valentino for sal
arj alleged to ho duo. The motion
was to compel Valentine and Frank
Brown to produce the books and rec- <
ords of the company. The court do-1
nied the motion as to Brown on the j
ground that he does not appear in
the case but held that Valentine must
produce the hooks or show cause.
o?o?o
HUNTERS AND TRAPPERS:?!
Highest cash price paid for all kinds
of raw furs at Will's store. 4-7-t.f.
Kvery thm>; that will please a emok
r may b<- found at BUHFORD'S.
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ft
| The 'Model' j
This Is a
RESTAURANT
? Fred Vinton Tom McMullen
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The choicest and most delicious stock of candy that "
. o < >
! i o ever came to town is now on sale at < ?
'i:
Britt's Pharmacy jj
B.M. BEHRENDS, BANKER
,1 JUNEAU, ALASKA
'
THE OLDEST BANK IN ALASKA
1J Established 1KS7
Interest Paid on Member
Savings Accounts American Bankers' A'ssn.
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OCCIDENTAL HOTEL AND ANNEX I
|] Restaurant In Connection Established 1881 European Plan *|
;; COMMERCIAL MEN'8 HOME \\
V. FRONT ST. JOHN I>. OLDS, Mugr. JUNEAU, ALA8KA
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} THE CIRCLE CITY HOTEL
MRS. M. E. BERGMANN, Prop.
:: HEADQUARTER for PROSPECTORS AND MINING MEN::
ELECTRIC LIGHTED STEAM HEATED !!
;; THIRD STREET JUNEAU, ALA8KA;;
?M 1 1 1 1 1 1 I'M Ml I'M 1 M -M 1 1 1 H-H 11 11 11 11 11 M 11 M 11 I Ml |'
HEIDELBERG LIQUOR Co
"House of Good Drinks"
BEST APPOINTED PLACE IN TOWN
Harries nothing but the finest quality of goods. Family
Trade Solicited
Telephone 386?QUICK DELIVERY

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