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1914 | Wm. Stubbins, Front St., Douglas : 0 HEADQUARTERS FOR t 1 LADIES' AND GENTS' WEARING APPAREL t ????????????????????????????????????????????????????? If the boats stopped running for a month ? All your needs could be supplied from the large stock of Groceries, Provisions, Clothing, fur- f nishing Goods, Dry Goods, Etc. I | -CARRIED BY I M. J. O'CONNOR Douglas I I Mfl * J A LARGE AND VARIED STOCK OF MEN'S Received Cut Prices Watch our window di.play I SALE AT VUl 1 1 P. H FOX'S - - Douglas, Alaska FIRST TERRITORIAL BANK OF ALASKA Douglas, Alaska Every facility for banking. Foreign and domestic ex change. Commercial accounts solicited. Interest allowed on time deposits. M. J. 0 CONNOR, Pres. - - - A. E. GURR, Cashier . QUALITY GROCERY STORE We Carry the Largest and Most Up-to-Date Stock of Groceries in Douglas H. A. DAHL, QUALITY GROCERY STORE TELEPHONE 55 11 ! Douglas Opera House Hotel !|: I BIG JUICY GLASS ? I OF BEER FOR . . . ^ CIS. The Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars ? PETER ROLANDO, Prop. Douglas, Alaska | , Mrs. Bertha Schwartzenberg Steam Baths and Massage for Ladies and Gents ALSO FURNISHED ROOMS IN CONNECTION DOUGLAS ALASKA SPECIAL I 7 Jeweled Movement in a Solid Nickle 1 Case for. $5.00 15 Jeweled Movement in a Solid Nickle 0 ^ _ Case for ^ O.OO 7 Jeweled Movement in a 20-Yr. Gold ~ _ Filled Open Face Case. . 9.00 15 Jeweled Movement in a 20-Yr. Gold - 0 _ _ Filled Open Face Case . . lZ.OO MENDHAM'S ^ Established 1897 144 FRONT ST.. TELEPHONE 266 - ? - JUNEAU, ALASKA NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION. Notice is hereby given that the co partnership heretofore existing be tween L. L. Clay and Dave Housel for the purpose of conducting the bus iness known as the Arctic Pocket Bil liard Parlor, is this second day of March, 1914, dissolved by mutual con sent. L. L. Clay retiring from said firm: and that all bills, notes and ac counts due and payable or which may hereafter become due and payable by said firm will be paid by Dave Housel and all bills and accounts due and ow ing to said firm shall be paid to said Dave Housel. Dhted at Juneau. Alas- - ka. March 2. 1914. 3-4-3L , L. L. CLAT b DAVE HOUSEL. B ? ? ? U Ol Wether you liko Havana or domes- c, tic cigars, you can get the kind you like at Burford's. 2-16-tf + * ALASKA DAILY EMPIRE Douglas branch office, Hubbard's News Store, Telephone 19 B?rt Howdcsholl. Mgr. . m Mj. PROGRESSIVE HOUSE STILL IMPROVING ? -V DOUGLAS, March 6.?Tho Douglas Hurdware Store la ouo of the grow ing businesses of this city. Mr. Mln kovc is making many Improvement)] in nis new corner store building and adding a larger and more diversified btocK of. hardware than ho has tver earned before. he has placed on display this week in his Kront street window, an at tractive showiog of electrical goods, and is iiusy unpacking, a largd con signment of hardware which arrived on yesterday's bout. ? : -? ! PROGRAM AT LYRIC TONIGHT | ' Douglas, March 5.? Program j at Lyric tonight: "Her Inspiration," a drama j wlti*a beautiful setting. "Petticoat Detective," a spleu- ; did comedy, und "The Golden j , Anniversary," a picture portray- ; ing the life of a happy, married couple, from the honey.nioon to old age. "The Consequences," a Victor drama. . "A Dry Town," the evils of a dry town; a rural comedy, in which the judge, jury and pros- | j ecutlng attorney sample the evi dence until there is none left. Don't forget prize night. + 4> clty cafe opens in opera house building DOUGLAS. March 5.?The City Cafe has removed to the Opera House hotel building and Messrs. H. Berger and J. Hicks are now serving their patrons in tho rear room of the build ing. which is being remodeled and fitted up in first class shape. The" new cafe room is one of the largest in the city and will furnish ample fa cilities for taking Care of a large num ber of patrons. charles spores has located in juneau * ? Charles Spores, the well known Isl and barber, shipped a barber chair, mirrors and fixtures to Juneau yes terday and will engage in business with George Hain in the Valentine building, it is expected that Mr. Spores will be a frequent visitor to the Island. It is understood that the new shop in Juneau will be one dt the fin* est in the North Coast. mill shaping up for spring work DOUGLAS, March 5.?Geo. E. James arrived in the city yesterday and has started the work of getting the mill in readiness for the summer's cut of lumber. Lew Miller and James Wal lace are doing the preliminary mechan ical work. 4 + I I douglas news notes | i I ?- JL DOUGLAS. March 5?Dr. R. C. Math ias is remodeling his dwelling by add ing a bathroom, and making some changes that will add to the conven ience of his home. Elbrldge K. Allen has engaged trans portation on the Spokane and will spend a month in Seattle. Peter Laufer left on the Spokane for Haines, to make a visit in the inter, cst's of Henry Brie, who is the owner of business interests in that city. The regular monthly meeting of the Ladies' League is being held this af ternoon in the League room of the Congregational church. Deputy Marshal Frank-Fonzo, of Skagway. is in Douglas today. In com pany with Deputy Marshal Fels and a few guests, he is taking a launch trip to Taku glacier. A large consignment of British Co lumbia coal Is being unloaded at the city dock. Wm. Garn is in the lead for the prize of a 22. special rifle to be given to the winner at the Douglas shooting gallery. J. Manntn shot off the tie with A. Christoe at the Indoor rifle range yes terday, thereby winning the 30-30 rifle. Mr. Christoe's score was 27 and Mr. Manning went him one better. V. A. Peterson, of the Skagway team of bowlers, was a visitor In the city yesterday morning, calling upon the l.tljestrand family. There will be a meeting of the East ern Star lodge this evening for the purpose of initiation. . The wagon for the new transfer company which has been started by N'ick Vavich, arrived this morning on the Al-Kl. The steamer Al-Ki arrived in Doug las this morning at seven o'clock with thirty tons of freight and a large pas senger list. She will leave at 7 a. m., in the meantime taking a trip to Tee Harbor. The Spokane is expected to arrive in Douglas between 6 and 7 d'clock, Southbound. She is scheduled to leave Juneau at eight o'clock. The Douglas Blacksmith shop has received a large consignment of Iron, snd the workmen are preparing for :he spring business which promises a ;ood season. Valdez Hand laundry. Flannels i specialty. Goldstein Cabin, No. 2. Mrs. Sharts. 1-19-tf. ITOU DON'T GET STUCK f you buy your office and business stationery lank books, typewriter supplies, etc.. at R. K. lUBBARD'S. He has a largo stock in every ne to ehooaa from, and you never can beat him n price on tho down scale?for he alirays drops tie below the lowest. R. R. Hubbard - Douglas Spring 1914 ... OUR NLW |Ua IA nd ' -uUillo Are Ready for wllllU Your Inspection Better Styles & Better Prices THAN YOU CAN FINi) ELSEWHERE Come and see them; they are BEAUTIES r ?n Spring Dress Goods /P^qJUNERUHLRSKR. Spring Underwear 1 i mi ?fl l ; ? I M l I H I I I 1 1 I 1 1 I 1 I I I M M-v :: The Arctic Pocket :: ? Billiard Parlors !! Best Brands of CIGARS, TOBACCO and ?? i! SMOKING ARTICLES !! I! HOUSEL and CLAY, Proprs. || The management reserves the ? ? ? ? right to reject the patronage of ? ? ? ? any persons. ?: i n ii ii i-i n 111 m 111 ft 11-' Have some fun! Tickle the ivories at Burford's 2-16-tf. HOWARD, HAMILTON, WAL THAM and ELGIN . WATCHES Large Stock on Hand,' At FACTORY PRICES SPECIAL 7-Jewefed Watch, Good Time keeper? ONLY $7.00 PAUL BLOEDHORN Expert Repairing Douglas Coffee, better thnn your mother ever made, at the Sampedo Restaurant.? a You'll find the cosmopolitan crowd t the Stampede. 2-19-tf. HUNTER HOTEL DOUGLAS, ALASKA Strictly First-Class. Always on Hand: Choicc~"Wincs, Liquors and Cigars. Our Specialty Mixed Drinks. Front St., opp. Ferry Landing BARNEY CONRAD, Proprietor RUDOLPH BLAHUT. Manager "Boya. Dor.'t Forget Rudolph" FRESH SEALSHIPT oysters at GOLDSTEIN'S 10-9-tf. Stock Has Arrived * but No Place to Put It WE ARE UNABLE to get a location for our store and rather than re ship to our other stores, which are already full, we have decided to GIVE YOU THE BENEFIT Stock consists of the most up-to-date Spring Styles in LADIES READY TO-WEAR SUITS, COATS, DRESSES and MILLINERY. Will be closed out regardless of cost. ?v /??* TtmA * r l SU115--Values $3.5r:;":oo"il,b'17.50 to 22.50 COATS?V alues s?o,0;:;'r0willu 10.00 to 17.50 DRESSES?Values "XZEZZ* $5.00 to 17.50 These Dresses are the prettiest you ever saw / Millinery built to sell at $20 to $45 -Persian Pattern Hats-will be sold at Cost & Less $9.00 Sweaters, now at $4.00 Game at once-THIS SALE CLOSES SATURDAY NIGHT, as we will leave on the Admiral Sampson. Come and convince yourself whether you purchase or not?THIS IS NO FAKE SALE GREENBAUM'S ?