:: Wm. Stubbms, Front St., Douglas ::
:: HEADQUARTERS FOR
o LADIES' AND GENTS' WEARING APPAREL o
If the boats stopped running for a month
All your needs could be supplied from
the large stock of
I Groceries, Provisions, Clothing, Fur- I
nishing Goods, Dry Goods, Etc.
?- ?CARRIED BY- ?
M. J. O'CONNOR Douglas I
? i n ? | A LARGE AND VARIED STOCK OF MEN'S
Just Received rui prjres
Watch our window di.play ! SALE AT *"M1, ???**??
P. H FOX'S - - Douglas, Alaska
FIRST TERRITORIAL BANK OF 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
: Douglas Opera House Hotel In Connection ^
J BIG JUICY GLASS r- - *
OF BEER FOR . . . 3 CIS.
? The Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars < >
t PETE ROLONDO, Prop. Douglas, Alaska o
Mrs. Bertha Schwartzenberg
Steam Baths and Massage for Ladies and Gents <
ALSO FURNISHED ROOMS IN CONNECTION
HOWARD, HAMILTON, WAL
THAM and ELGIN J
Large Stock on Hand, At
7-Jeweled Watch, Good Time- <
ONLY $7.00 |
PAUL BLOEDHORN '
Expert Repairing Douglas
A riF ($\ (Si \A/E HAVE just received a new
UAuEi yV ?tock of GAGE'S untrimed
_ ___ _. I17r,nT7 shapes, which are the earliest. i
fWIFjIilNFiR I ideas for spring, 1914, styles at
-L 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"la? j
Yaldez Hand Laundry. Flannels
a specialty. Goldstein Cabin, No. 2.
Mrs. Sharta. 1-19-tf.
Heavy winds last week prevented I
the operation of the Tanana Valley I
I railroad trains.
MAYOR O'CONNOR RETURNS
FROM TRIP TO SEATTLE
DOUGLAS,. March 7. ? Mayor of
Jouglas, M. 3. O'Connor, arrived In
he city this morning after an abseuco
a cduplo, weeks In Seattle. Aside
rom his business transactions In the
Sound cities, tho Mayor Informed a
reporter of The Empire that he
"helped to elect Hlrum C. GUI for
Mayor." Mr. O'Connor says that the
election of Gill was not so much In
ponsequence of GUI's fltness for tho
place as It was a protest against tho
'purity squad" and the Puritanical pol
icy of the former administration.
Mayor O'Connor will presldo over
the meeting of the city council which
is called for Monday night, but Bays
that nothing of Importance will come
up before the council, other than the
He says the Humboldt, since It In
stalled its new oil burner, has increas
ed Its speed capacity, and that a very
enjoyable trip was had on tho way up.
CITY FIRE ENGINE
TESTS WATER MAINS
DOUGLAS. March 7.?The salt wa
ter pump of the city fire department
was started this morning and a test
made of-the mains which were found
in very serviceable condition. The
pressure was unusually strong, throw
ing a stream easUly over the flag
staff on the Lyric building.
HIGH SCHOOL CONTEST
TONIGHT AT JUNEAU
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DOUGLAS. March 7.?Tho Douglas
High School basketball team is pre
paring to go to Juneau this evening
and play the high school team of that
city. Juneau is In the lead now by a
score of five to seven, and it is the
hope of Douglas to reduce.the var
iance by at least one game.
ANOTHER DRAY LINE
TO BE LAUNCHED
DOUGLAS. March 7?Alex Nelson
received his draying outfit on the
Humbildt this morning. He has a new
team of greys and a goose-neck trans
fer wagon, besides other equipment.
He will start his transfer business im
mediately. it is understood.
CONGREGATION A LISTS PLAN
Members of the Congregational
church and choir have began practic
ing for au Easter Cantata. There will
be about twenty-five voices In the
cast. The Easter servicer on that oc
casion are expected to surpass any
thing heretofore given of a like char
acter. - ?
PROGRAM SUNDAY NIGHT
AT THE LYRIC THEATRE
DOUGLAS. March 7?The fol
lowing Is the Sunday program
at the Lyric:
"Nell, of the Pampas." One of
those interesting dramas with
' beautiful Cailifomia sittings.
King Baggott and Jano Fearn- '
ley will be seen in an exciting
drama entitled: "The myster- i
1 ious Case."
A two-reel military drama. "In
I the Ranks." Full of action and
i very thrilling.
"Tom, Dick and Harry." and
"That Catchy Rag-time Dance." I
Two splendid comedies.
Come and learn the Tango. A \
great Ave reel program and ex- \
! cellent music to accompany it. j
SCHOOL IS BOOMING
DOUGLAS, March 7.?The new ther
mometer at the Douglas Congregation
al Sunday School registered blood heat
last Sunday both in attendance and
collection. The attendance was 94
with a collection of $6.70. R. R. Bell's
class of sixteen boys had the largest
collection. $1.65. Miss Ruth Umstead's
class of smaller Btudents was next.
with $1.60. There Is no better place
four children to spend an hour than
at Sunday School. They have a cor
dial invitation to meet with the Con
gregationalists from ten to eleven o'
clock next and every Sunday morning.
DOUGLAS NEWS NOTES
DOUGLAS, March 7.?There are but
fifty voters of Douglas now registered
for the April elections. Clerk Henson
says that about three hundred should
register this spring, and he is dcslrious
to have the roster filled up as soon as
possible to prevent the crowding and
consequent rush during the last hours
of accepting names.
Tom Donaghey has been retained by
Nick Vavich to take charge of the new
transfer line, and the former gentle
man will look after the interests of
the public in all matters pertaining to
liaullng. The office of the new trans
fer line will be at the Victor Bar.
A baby boy was born yesterday at
rreadwell to Mr. and Mrs. Lundell.
The Humboldt arrived this morning
.vith its usual amount of cargo for
Handball has taken the place of bas
ketball at Treadwell and games are
olayed a*lmost nightly now.
The Treadwell bowlers dropped
lown a few points in the telegraph
mutest, making a score of 2269.
Miss Crystal Snow of Mendanhall,
:ame in yesterday for a Saturady and
Sunday visit with friends and rela
:lves in the Twin Cities.
The store building occupied by Ed.
Dhrlstoe on St. Ann Avenue, is re
viving a new coat of paint.
IN DOUGLAS CHURCHES
Sunday school at 10. Temperance
t ALASKA DAILY EMPIRE J
Douglas branch office, Hubbard's
News Store, Telephone 19
Bert Howdeshell. Mgr.
+ : +
| lesson. Evening services at 7:30.
Theme: "A Man Up a Tree."
OWEN UMSTED, Pastor.
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St. Luke's Episcopal.
Services in St. Luke's Episcopal
church tomorrow morning at 10:30 a.
m. with sermon by the Rev. G. E.
Rennisen. Subject: "Diversities of
Gifts but the snme Spirit." Everyone
is most cordially welcome. Sunday
school will meet at 10 a. m. Service
ovory Wednesday evening throughout
I the Season of Lent at 7:30 p. m. to
which everyone Is invited.
"IN THE gANKS," EXCITING FEA
TURE AT THE GRAND
The Grand again presents to its pa
trons one of its very exciting military
"Broncho" features, "In tho Ranks,"
in two thrilling parts. You will see
some very exciting battles of the early
days. Come tonight and see a good
"Nell of the Pampas." an American
"Tom, Dick and Harry," and "That
Catchy Rag-Time Dance," are the fin
ishing very laughable comedies.
We want everyone to see the show
tonight. All the "voung folks" will
miss something if they don't see "That
Catchy Rag-Time Dance."
Extra goo?l pictures for the Sundny
"The Wheel of Fate?Trapped by
Science," the most powerful play ever
produced, by the Reliance.
"Child Labor," Majestic play that
will Interest everybody.
"The Fraud That Failed," an Ameri
can production, always good.
"Rough on Rats," a comedy that will
send you home pleased.
FRESH and FINE.
We have just received on the Hum
boldt a shipment of nice, fresh, ripe
tomatoes, also a lot of fine, California
Try It for your Sunday dinner.
ROYAL FRUIT CO., Phone 280.
You'll find the cosmopolitan crowd
at the Stampede. 2-19-tf.
HURRY BACK TO
For Your Barber Supplies
FRONT STREET - DOUGLAS
Spend your leaiiure time ptayimr pool
nnd billiard*. You are alwaya welcome.
Come aec mo.
L. H. KIEST - DOUGLAS
HERE IS YOUR SURPRISE
Extra Fancy Yamika Potatoes, sack, $1.45
Extra Choice Sunkist Oranges, dozen, .20
Extra Choice Sunkist Lemons, dozen, .20
Fresh Goods Just Arrived on Str. Humboldt at
In order to close out all odds and ends in Men's Suits
we will offer until closed out all Suits at the following prices:
AH Suits formerly $16.00, $18.00 and $20.00. CLOSING
OUT PRICE . J f4.yO
All Suits formerly $22.50 and $25.00. CLOSING OUT d?Q QC
All Suits formerly $30.00 and $35.00. CLOSING OUT i a h a ?
PRICE . $14.50
REMEMBER THIS SALE
IS FOR CASH ONLY
This store is the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes
i' m :
$ CITY CAFE w?tJ&SX#ction ::
.. ????? Opera Ilouae Hotel ..
Beet meele In town for the money ? ?
'' Wo nerve overythinir the market carried.
" ^onn^ttm Beat of Service j!
;; H. ifEIlGKK A J. HICKS. Propa.
TIM i !? I I I-HM h i M I i I-I i I-H
YOU DON'T GET STUCK
If you buy your office and business stationery
blank books, typewriter supplies, etc., stR.il.
HUBBARD'S, Ho has a large stock in every
line to choose from, and you nover can beat him
on price on the down scale?for ho always drops
ono below the lowest.
R. R. Hubbard - Douglas
i Douglas Candy Kitchen ij:
* Manufacturers of all kinds of Swoeta. ^
Some of our favorites: Divinity. Turkish, <j
i Nougct. Chocolates. Taffy*. Brittlca. fresh i'
/ Cream and Buttermilk. ?
HILE & KEISt, Props.
f Third St.. opp, P. O. Douglas. Alaska ^
The place that sella Columbia
beer, at 5 cents a glass. Come
In and see our freo moving pic
ture show, every night at eight
o'clock, four reels of fun and
pleasure, change of program 3
time, a week. Don't forget the
place, you are always welcome.
Walter W. Beidleman,
I DOUGLAS DYE WORKS t
French method dry cleaning. Our apecialty ' .
SILK and SATIN DRESSES. Kid Glovca . 5
and White Shoea. Quick aervlcc. Work ,.
called for and delivered. Phone 52. , (
George Curtis, Prop. ? c
Clarence Ha. es, Mgr. ; j
Strictly First-Class. Always
on Hand: Choice Wines, Liquors
and Cigars. Our Specialty?
Front St., opp. Ferry Landing
BARNEY CONRAD. Proprietor
RUDOLPH BLAHUT. Manager
"Boya, Don't Forget Rudolph"
DOUGLAS CITY BAKERY |
J; WE BAKE DAILY
<? Bread, Cakes, Pies, Doughnuts, ?
o Cookies, and All Kinds of Cake. 1
% JOSEPH RIEDI, Proprietor ?
NO MATTER WHAT KINDl
Of Brcakaat Food You Want, We Have It
Have Ever You Tried Uncle Sam?
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables in This Morning
"WE SELL GOOD GOODIES"
Telephone 85 SANITARY GROCERY 11
Now Is the time for housewives
to stock up on cooking utensils,
etc. We offer some of the biggest
bargains ever given In Juneau. Just
step in and be convinced.
Juneau Furniture Co.
"THE HOME FURNISHERS"
THE EFFECT of your message greatly depends upon
the style and quality of your stationery. There is no
better stationery made than the Rexall papeteries,
Symphony Lawn and other brands, and they cost less than
Sold only at
THE REXALL STORE JUNEAU, ALASKA
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i: A. E. RANSOM, Superintendent for Alaska t
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