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Spring
1914
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Wm. Stubbms, Front St., Douglas
HEADQUARTERS FOR
LADIES' AND GENTS' WEARING APPAREL
FIVE HUNDRED BOXES FANCY
WINESAP APPLES
Worth $3.00, while they last $2.2$
M. J. O'CONNOR Douglas
* A A LARGE AND VARIED STOCK OF MEN'S
Received fui Prices
Watch our window ditplay 1 SALE AT ' I IVA^O
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
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; Douglas Opera House Hotel In Connection ^
BIG JUICY GLASS j- j;
OF BEER FOR . . . O CIS.
1 The Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars < ?
PETE ROLONDO, Prop. Douglas, Alaska <>
Mrs. Bertha Schwartzenberg
Steam Baths and Massage for Ladies and Gents
ALSO FURNISHED ROOMS IN CONNECTION
DOUGLAS ALASKA
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HOWARD, HAMILTON, WAL
THAM and ELGIN
WATCHES
Large Stock on Hand, At
FACTORY PRICES
SPECIAL
7-Jeweler* Watch, Good Time
keeper?
ONLY $7.00
PAUL BLOEDHORN
Expert Repairing Douglas
C* A ($) ($) W^* HAVE just received a new
\jAvJ Li stock of GAGE'S untrimed
_ ___ I1Tr,nTT shapes, which are the earliest
MILLINERY ideasf?r .'P?1*' 1?14, 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. do7gal7s
HURRY BACK TO
EMIL FISCHER'S
For Your Barher Supplies
RONT STREET - DOUGLAS
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HUNTER HOTEL
AMUSEMENT PARLORS
Spend your 1 ensure time playing pool
and billiards. Yon are always welcome.
Come see me.
L. H. KIEST - DOUGLAS j
1 SAWMILL TO START
WITHIN TWO WEEKS
DOUGLAS, March 9. ? George E.
James of the James sawmill Is author
I Ity for the statement that tho mill will
be started for the summer season with
in ten days If there Is no hitch In tho
[ present plans. Arriving on tho Hum
? boldt Saturday mornlug was tho force
| of workmen who have .chargo of the
? operation of the mill and they will go
| on duty at once to preparo for the sea
1 son's cut.
! Among those returning were head
' sawyer, Bert Looinls, accompanied by
I Mrs. Loomls; Win. Lindscott. who has
' charge of tho carriage, accompanied
! by Mrs. Lindscott, together with a doz
1 en workmen who constitute tho crew.
! Mr. James says that he expects to
| Increase the output of the mill con
, sidcrably this season, and has brought
| a large quantity of machinery for that
> purpose.
' STAR TEMPERANCE SOCIETY
I HOLU REGULAR MEETING
' DOUGLAS, March 9.?The Alaska
| Star Temperance Society held a reg
? ulnr meeting last evening. A commit
| tee of the Alaska-Juneau Finnish So
> cialist party asked for ndmlsslon and
| when told to come in about forty mem
? hers appeared, which was something
, of a surprise party. A number of So
J cialists from Juneau were among the
> visitors, and they made application to
J join the temperance society, but were
? refused membership, as the proceed
| Ings were somewhat unusual.
I DEMOCRATS TO MEET
; IN DOUGLAS TONIGHT
J DOUGLAS, March 9.?The second
< meeting of the Democratic Club oc
| curs tonight at the Lyric theatre. The
> meeting will be held immediately after
I the show. At this time it is expected
> that arrangements will be made for
I the forthcoming Democratic smoker.
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; IRON SPLINTER INJURES
MILL WORKMAN'S EYE
I ?
' TREADWELL, March 9.?Knute Du
ram is suffering from an injury to one
I of his eyes which occurred in the 240
mill yesterday. As he was chipping
a piece of steel a sliver of the metal
struck his eyeglass breaking the lens
and driving a piece of the glass Into
| the eyeball and injuring that member
quite severely. Late reports say that
he will recover without permanent in
Jury.
? at.
Il
DOUGLAS NEWS NOTES
I j
DOUGLAS. March 9. ? Mr. A H
Dahl. of the Quality Grocery." has a
pretty window display of bottled fruits
cherries, etc.. which is attracting the
attention of lovers of delicacies.
I he Douglas city council will hold
a meeting tonight.
J!?-, Chas H?Pn 'eft on the Hum
for Seattle where she will visit
a sister, who is sick.
Jack Brevlg, a former Douglas citi
zen. arrived today on the Admrial Ev
ans and spent a few hours with his
sister. Mrs. Stites. Mr. Brevlg |s on
his way to Fairbanks after a winter
spent In the States.
Miss Madge Fox will leave on the
Admiral Sampson for a visit with her
sister in Portland.
Hugo Anderson recently returned
from a year spent in the States and
is again employed in the Mexican.
Frank Simpson arrived on the Ad
miral Evans this morning to take
is position with the James sawmill.
Mr. Simpson was accompanied by his
nephew p. Dievendorff. The gentle
men came from San Diego.
?ln?5ADWELI" March 9.?Miss Cry
stal Snow assisted in the club enter
tainment Saturday evening by render
ing some enjoyable vocal music
A letter from R. K. Rockefeller, tor
Ws frimii t ?TreadweU store, informs
his fnends here that he is now lead
k in and orchestra In Ketchi
: ^ esterday was change day at th?>
| TreadweU company's mines. The men
art?nowe f?r.merly on the n|K"t shift,
are now employed during the day.
( harles Johnson, manager of th?
TreadweU meat market, was unfortu
nate enough to severely cut his thumb
(this morning with a meat saw the
Thee0Dl^e,f8aW CUttlng t0 th? "one.
The pipe line on St. Ann's avenue
has been repaired and is now In per
fect working order for supplying wa
ter for Are protection along that thor
ouRhfare. Marsha, shaJ ?"b hTs
men are turning the hose on C'
. treet today, giving it a thorough clean
John Welsh, formerly assitant min
wiu ncraT' arrlVCd thls and,
Junau " P?SUl0n Wlth th* Ala?*a
The wife and daughter of Charles W
Stearns arrived this morning or,
main in TreadweU \tr L,
employed at the 300 mill.' Carn8 ,B
Steamship Jefferson arrivpd in
TreadweU this morning at 9 15 wi h
a small amount of reight and ? ft
sr afterwarda "
wl'rd^Slef a,hS,V'"Sc,thne "??' a?<1
The swimming class, under the dl.
forth? in ?th T?ni McDonaId- will hold
SL natatorlum tonight
hn^K f,ements are underway for a
handball tournament, which is ??
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! ? ALASKA DAILY EMPIRE
i Douglas branch office, Hubbard's
News Store, Telephone 19
Bert Howdeshell. Mgr.
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I
inK to enter to make application al
? once.
WANTED?Competent housekeeper
? Apply branch office Daily Empire
? Douglas. Phone 19. 3-9-2t.
NOTICE
DOUGLAS, March 9.?The partner
nhlp heretofore existing between Geo
E. Brown and E. L. Armstrong in the
busines of the Douglas roller rink, hat
been dissolved by mutual consent. Mr
Armstrong has sold his Interest In the
business to Mr. Brown, who will con
tinue to conduct it. All bills againsl
the roller rink will bo paid by Mr
Brown, and all accounts due It arc
payable to him. 3-9-3t.
E. L. ARMSTRONG.
GEORGE E. BROWN.
EXPLOSIVES ON LATOUCHE.
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The I>aTouche, sailing from Seattle
March 15, will cary explosives for
Juneau.
LEAVING ON THE EVANS.
The Admiral Evans, leaving for the
Westward, took the following passen
gers from Juneau:
For Cordova?M. T. Well, Jack Wig
en, Carl Wigen, O. C. Durrell, G. A.
Vingar, R. O. Jones, F. C. Junken, Ed
Reese, J. McDonald, Bob Benson, John
Junken, Ed Grabbe.
For Valdez?A. Peterson, F. Kerp
er, W. F. Ross, 0. Olson.
For Seward?J. Zoneck, George Har
voL Mike Uraslch, M. Turkovich, and
many second class, including a large
number for Yakutat. There were six
ty all told booked from Juneau.
You'll And the cosmopolitan crowd
at the Stampede. 2-19-tf.
| NICK VAVICHj
j: TRANSFER-EXPRESS ||
|| ST AND A T :|
jj VICTOR BAR I!
ji TELEPHONE 29 |;
V. Orders Promptly Attended to
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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
GOLDSTEIN'S
? 111111 III II III 1111 III II111
$ CITY CAFE
with Douglas J I
., Opera House Hote' ..
Best meals in town for the money ? ?
*" Wo serve everything the market carries.
:: A'" '"J??*"1 ?mM Best of Service !!
in connection. a s
!! H. BERGER & J. HICKS. Props. !?
Tl 1 I 1 1 1 I I 1 1 I 1 1 1 I II 1 I III I 1 h
YOU DON'T GET STUCK
' If you buy your office and business stationery
blank books, typewriter supplies, etc., at R. R.
HUBBARD'S, Ho has a largo stock in every
line to chooeo from, and you never can bent htm
on price on the down scale?for ho always drops
one below the lowest
R. R. Hubbard - Douglas
J Douglas Candy Kitchen ;/
f Manufacturers of all kinds of Sweets. i
d Some of our favorites: Divinity, Turkish, J
| d Nougct Chocolates, Tnilys, Brittle*, fresh d
1 ?/ Cream and Buttermilk. O
HILE & KEIST, Props.
f Third St, opp, P. 0. Douglas, Alaska f
THE NORTHERN
Front Street
Douglas, Alaska
The placo that sells Columbia
beer, at 5 cents a glass. Come
In and see our free 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,
Proprietor
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| DOUGLAS DYE WORKS I ?
)? French method dry cleaning:. Our spocialty 5 j
] ? SILK and SATIN DRESSES, Kid Gloves . ' .
1 > and White Shoes. Quick service. Work ,. .
] > called for and delivered. Phone 52. . t ,
j | George Curtis, Prop. ? i *
>! Clarence Ha; cs. Mgr. ' [ *
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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
"Boys, Don't Forgot Rudolph"
SI DOUGLAS CITY BAKERY |
WE BAKE DAILY ?
<? Bread, Cakes, Pies, Doughnuts, X
o Cookies, and All Kinds of Cake, a
$ JOSEPH RIEDI, Proprietor J
NO MATTER WHAT KINDl
Of Breaksat 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
Bargains! Bargains!!
Now 1b the tlmo for housewlveo
to stock up on cooking utensils,
etc. We offer somo of the biggest
bargains ever given in Juneau. Jus1:
I step in and bo convinced.
Juneau Furniture Co.
"THE HOME FURNISHER8"
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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
other stationery.
Sold only at
BRITTS PHARMACY
THE REXALL STORE JUNEAU, ALA8KA
i H I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 11 I 11 I I 11
If You Are Laid Up in the Hospital^ Your Earning Power I ?
' STOPS. Does Your Life Policy Cover You? If Not, Get a I ?
LIFE as J-^oucy
a HEALTH ?{IN| P?c
ACCIDENT fj J. I rotection
: the Northern Life Insurance Company ::
| HOME OFFICE: White Building Seattle. | )
An "Old Line" Home Company With "New Line" Idea* < ?
$0,640,000.00 u^n,nf80u.?ncr II $670,000.00 ;;
For Protection of Policy Holder* ? ?
You ipccific amount* for loss of Hand*. Feet. Eye* or for Paralyii* \ )
O yg Your Lifo Insurance Premiums if Permanently Disabled <?
^ " J ? You Monthly Idemnity for Disability through Sickness or Accident J j
For Particular* See j ]
A. E. RANSOM, Superintendent for Alaska t
Reference: Any Bank In Seattle Hotel Cain, Juneau, Alaaka ? ?
mini in
?Pi ? ? Diamonds,
Bargains mfetnd
GUARANTEE YOU OUTSIDE PRICES
Satisfaction Assured or Your Money Refunded ?:]
Watch and Jewelry Repairing. AU Work Guaranteed at
MENDHAM'S:gggp
144 FRONT ST., TELEPHONE 266 - - - JUNEAU, ALA8KA
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:
All Suits formerly $16.00, $18.00 and $20.00. CLOSING a* qj*
OUT price . j
All Suits formerly $22.50 and $25.00. CLOSING OUT aq
price $>y.yo
All Suits formerly $30.00 and $35.00. CLOSING OUT a. i
price ?p i 4.otr
REMEMBER THIS SALE
IS FOR CASH ONLY
This store is the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes
Y r ,
Spring
Dress Goods
/P^^JUNERUPOsRSKR.
Spring I
Underwear J

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