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Spring
1914
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Wm. Stubbms, Front St., Douglas
o HEADQUARTERS FOR
o LADIES' AND GENTS' WEARING APPAREL
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the boats stopped running for a month
All your needs could be supplied from
the large stock of
Groceries, Provisions, Clothing, Fur
nishing Goods, Dry Goods, Etc.
CARRIED BY =
M. J. O'CONNOR Douglas
I L n * J A LARGE AND VARIED STOCK OF MEN'S
Just Received rui Prices
Watch our window display I SALE AT
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. O'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
: Douglas Opera House Hotel In Connection ^
I* BIG JUICY GLASS j- \\
OF BEER FOR . . . CIS.
The Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars o
PETE ROLONDO, Prop. Douglas, Alaska
Mrs. Bertha Schwartzenberg
Steam Baths and Massage for Ladies and Gents
ALSO FURNISHED ROOMS IN CONNECTION
DOUGLAS ALASKA j
HOWARD, HAMILTON, WAL
THAM and ELGIN
WATCHES
Large Stock on Hand, At
FACTORY PRICES
SPECIAL
7-Jeweled Watch, Good Time
keeper?
ONLY $7.00
PAUL BLOEDHORN
Expert Repairing Douglas
(^ A 8) 8) HAVE just received a new
uAUlJ stock of GAGE'S untrimed
? vwv* ?? shapes, which a,e the earliest
MILLINER I i(,eas for spring, 1914, styles at
^ tractive in ready-to-wear Hats.
Taffeta and Braid combinations.
All Gage untrimed shapes are now on display in our store.
We invite the ladies to call and inspect our new Millinery.
Markkanen&Ladd,Props. d^TguT
Valdez Hand Laundry. Flannels
a specialty. Goldstein Cabin, No. 2.
Mrs. Sharts. 1-19-tf.
The Bull Moose Chile Con Came Is"
hard to beat, 15c at 396 Front st?
I?2-26-tf.
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ALASKA DAILY EMPIRE
Douglas branch office, Hubbard's
News Store, Telephone 19
Bert Howdeshell, Mgr.
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TREADWELL PREPARING
FOR BASEBALL SEASON
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TREADWELL, March 6.?Surveyors
and workmen are laying out the dia.
mond for the new basebull grounds In
Treadwell. Stakes are being placed,
marking tho elevations. Within a
short time the Infield will be read for
practice, but It Is expected that sever
al weeks will elapse before the outfield
s sutllclently (Hied In to permit regul
ar games.
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TREADWELL CLEANING
UP FOR SPRING
TREADWELL. March 6.?Tho an
nual cleaning up is apparent In Tread
well. The winter's accumulation of
rubbish has been hauled away and
numerous working places laid out
which will be sown to grass and lined
with flowers and shrubs. Each year
the grounds iire becoming more home
like. giving the surroundings an ap
pearance of permanency.
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LIBRARY BENEFIT SOCIAL
BY SONS OF NORWAY
DOUGLAS. March 6?The Sons of
Norway are perfecting arangements
J for a big basket social to be held In
i Odd Fellows' hall Saturdny evening.
Baskets will be sold to the public by
auction and the proceeds of the sale
turned Into the library fund of the
lodge.
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COMPLETE CHANGE AT
THE LYRIC TONIGHT
DOUGLAS. March 6. ? Two
beautiful prizes will be Riven '
away at the Lyric toniRht. Bring
j your coupons.
Tho program:
"A Guilty Conscience," a splen
did Thanhouser society drama, 1
beautifully staged.
"Gaumont Weekly," education I
film, ail that is latest.
"Silver Plated Gun," one of I
those Western cowboy pictures.
"Bringing a Husband to Time," 1
one big laugh. A lesson to bus- i
bands.
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BOARDING HOUSE SECU"^
COMMODIOUS QUARTERS
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DOUGLAS. March 6.?Mrs. Ida Lai
tela has rented the Pox store building
next to the city hall and is having it
repaired and a new rango installed,
' the better to accommodate her increas
ing business.
Workmen are today installing the
water pipes and innkiug the required
alterations and repairs. The room Is
a commodious one and will furnish am
ple space for a kitchen nnd dining
room.
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DOUGLAS NEWS NOTES
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DOUGLAS, March 6.?The Spokane
took two boxes of gold bullion from
i Treadwell last evening.
The Treadwell band practlc last
night was most satisfactory, nearly
all the members being present.
The lost ring, advertised in yester
day's Dally Empire, was found by Miss
Lucille Fox and returned to the own
er through the branch office of this
nowspaper.
A beautiful ribbon case is being
manufactured for the Fox stores by
L. G. Thomas.
The Humboldt is expected in early
in the morning. Mayor M. J. O'Con
nor is among the' Douglas passengers.
Treadwell bowlers will play another
inning in the telegraph tournament to
night.
Today is ladles day at the swimming
tank. This evening the ladies with
the swimming pool at the Treadwell
their escorts will have right away ot
club natatorium.
Marshal Shafer is arranging for the
use of water from the Treadwell
mains, with which to wash the inter
urban streets. The general cleaning
up throughout both cities is becoming
apparent
Preparations for the big St. Pat
rick's Day dance are increasing as
the time approaches for that annual
event.
The regular meeting of Hose Co.
No. 1, of the Douglas Fire Department,
will be held at the city hall Monday
evening. A large attendance is ex
pected as events of interest are to be
pulled off.
The Douglas Democratic club will
hold their second meeting Monday
night. A democratic smoker is in
course of arrangement
J. W. Martin is anxiously awaiting
the return trip of the Humbold to the
North, which will bring his wife and
children to occupy the new home re
cently purchased on Second street.
Among the Douglas merchants who
are preparing for the summer's busi
ness. is John Feusl, who has just com
pleted the laying of a new floor in his
hardware store.
WAHBY REFUSES TO EAT.
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William Wahby, who was adjudged
insane by a Jury yesterday, refuses to
eat and is not in a very good condi
tion physically. As soon as the neces
sary guardian is appointed he will be i
sent to Morning side. He was pro
prietor of a small store on lower Front
street.
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CLARK CASE ARGUED.
The case of Jimmy and Jim Clark
against Sheldon is being argued this
afternoon.
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PERSONAL MENTION
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P. J. KoBtromctlnofT, brother to Fa
ther George Sergius Krostometinoff,
and family left for Sitka on the Geor
gia this morning.
Milton Weil, wellknown representa
tive of a large Seattle crockery house,
arrived in Juneau from Petersburg
yesterday.
W. P. Mills and Mrs. Mills left on
the Georgia this morning for their
home in Sitka after a visit to the
States.
Con E. Giebel, inventor and manu
facturer of a weight for halibut lines,
arrived from I^oring yesterday, ac
companied by Mrs. Giebel. They are
staying at the Hotel Cain.
Robert Scott, well known commer
cial man traveling out of Juneau, left
for Sitka on the Georgia this morning.
Harry Peeham, pioneer resident of
Juneau who has been ill for some time,
has recovered sufficiently for travel
and left for Kilisnoo on the Georgia
this morning.
Henry Moses, well known fur buyer,
left for Sitka on the Georgia.
George E. Green, formerly of Had
ley", left for the States on some busi
ness connected with mining.
M. S. Whittlor, deputy collector of
customs, who was recently transferred
to Juneau from Ketchikan, has moved
with his family into the former home
of E. C. Hurlbutt.
R. C. Post manager of the drygoods
department at Goldstein's, and son P.
B. Post, took passage .on the Al-Kl
for the South today.
Joseph Sparling, of Tacoma, arrived
in Juneau on a recent boat to look ov
er the place with a view of placing
some land on the market here.
L. P. Shackleford and family took
passage on the Spokane last night for
the South. They expect to return In
April.
Charles Goldstein left for the South
on the Spokane for a brief business
visit In tho States.
James D.- Mooney, a Seattle travel
ing man who has been sojourning in
Juneau, took passage .on the Spokane
fast night.
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MARINE NOTES *
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The Humboldt is expected to arrive
at the Island tonight at midnight and
to be in Juneau early in the morning.
The Admiral Evans, sailing from Se
attle tonight, should arrive Monday
night. I
The Jefferson, sailing from Seattle
last night, should arrive in Juneau :
Monday.
Tho Admiral Sampson should ar- |
rive from the Westward Monday
The Alameda r.hould arrivo from the ?
Westward Tuesday. ]
Tho Al-Ki sailed foi the South today j
at noon.
The Princess Maqumna sailed South
last night
The Spokane sailed South last eve
ning. _
The Georgia left for Sitka this morn
ing.
Tho Cordova Is unloading coal.
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Empire advertising pays.
Watch This Space
TOMORROW THERE WILL BE A
PLEASANT SURPRISE
FOR YOU
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Spring 1914 ...
Are Ready Tor
Willi w ^our Inspection
Better Styles & Better Prices
THAN YOU CAN FINi) ELSEWHERE
Come and see them; they are BEAUTIES
[Spring
Dress Goods
/p^qjuneru,i\lrskr.
Spnng
Underwear
J CITY CAFE wuh &SX*etion f
.. ???? Opera House Hotel X
? ? Best meals In town for the money ?{?
"" We servo everything the market carries. T
- in'connectlom room* Best of Service ?
! i H. BERGER & J. HICKS, Props. !?
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YOU DON'T GET STUCK
If you buy your office and business stationery
blank book a, typewriter auppliea, etc., at It. R.
HUBBARD'S. Ho has a large atock in every
line to choose from, and you never can beat him
on price on the down scale-for he always drops
one below tho lowest.
R, R. Hubbard - Douglas
A Douglas Candy Kitchen $
4 Manufacturers of all kinds of Sweets. &
J Some of our favorites: Divinity, Turkish. Q
J Nouget, Chocolates. TaiTys, Brittle?, fresh &
Cream and Buttermilk. S
HILE & KEIST, Props. $
( Third St. opp. P. O. Douglas, Alaska <
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THE NORTHERN
Front Street
Douglas, Alaska
The placo that sells Columbia
beer, at 5 cents a glass. Como
In and Bee our free moving pic
ture show, every night at eight
o'clock, four reels of fun and
pleasure, ohange of program 3
time a week. Don't forget the
place, you are always welcome.
Walter W. Beidleman,
Proprietor
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J DOUGLAS DYE WORKS |
) ? French mothod dry cleonlnir. Our specialty , -
I ? SILK and SATIN DRESSES. Kid Gloves . i
I ? and White Shoee. Quick service. Work . J
I ? called for and delivered. Phono 62. . J
George Curtis, Prop. ? t
>! Clarence Ha es, Mgr. ''
HUNTER HOTEL
DOUGLAS, ALASKA
Strictly -First-Class. Always
on Hand: Choice Wines, Liquors
and Cigars. Our Specialty?
Mixed Drinks.
Front St., opp. Ferry Landing
BARNEY CONRAD. Proprietor
RUDOLPH BLAHUT. Manager
"Boy*. Don't Fonret Rudolph"
| DOUGLAS CITY BAKERY j;
t WE BAKE DAILY <?
? Bread, Cakes, Pies, Doughnuts, o
X Cookies, and All Kinds of Cake. W
J JOSEPH RIEDI, Proprietor
Havo some fun! Tickle the Ivories
at Burford's 2-16-tf.
You'll And the cosmopolitan crowd
at the Stampede. 2-19-tf.
HURRY BACK TO
EMIL FISCHER'S
For Your Barber Supplies
j FRONT STREET - DOUGLAS
HUNTER HOTEL
AMUSEMENT PARLORS
Spend your leasure time playinjt pool
and billiard a. You are always welcome.
Come ice mo.
L. H. KIEST - DOUGLAS
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New Spring Goods
SPORT COATS and NOVELTY COATS in plain
colors, plaids and fancy mixtures r\ r/\ i (t-j r
Numbers 34 to 44 $ ? CO 4) I J
C* OWN^ Suitable for afternoon
^ and street wear in Silk
and wool crepes, charmeuse and brocades. Colors
include tango, brown, weisteria, navy, black, copen
b:r34F;en4?bIue-Num: $12.50 to $30.00
.
NEW WAISTS in crepes,
marquisette and mulls,
some are hand embroidered
and trimmed with dainty
lace and insertion. Sizes 34
to 44?
$2.75 to $5.75
NEW NECKWEAR and
NOVELTIES
?including sashes, suede
belts, Dutch collars, new
frills, beads, shadow lace,
and frilling in cream and
white.
NEW CREPE UNDERWEAR in combination suits,
gowns and Princess slips . . $$S.OO to $$S.75
Trimmed Hats
Tailored and dress Hats will be
? open TUESDAY
"THE FASHION"
ANDERSON & JONES : : 96 Front St., Gutfey Bldg.
Keep Your Jewelry
WATCHES AND CLOCKS IN REPAIR. ALL WORK
GUARANTEED.
THE "LARGEST STOCK OF WATCHES IN TOWN
AT OUTSIDE PRICES.
MENDHAM'SJlggff"
Established 1897
144 FRONT ST., TELEPHONE 266 . - . JUNEAU. ALASKA

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