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ALASKA DAILY EMPIRE
Douglas branch office, Hubbard's
News Store, Telephone 19
Bert Howdeshell, Mgr.
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JUDGE GIVES MAT CARLSON
CHANCE TO BE GOOD
DOUGLAS. March 17.?Mat. Carlson
is afflicted with the disease known as
Intemperance. and, last evening the
symptoms were manifested in a man
ner that attracted the attention of the
city police, with the result that he
was taken before Judge Henson this
morning and given twenty-five days
in the city cure-all. Mat. is a good
worker when not afflicted with the
aforementioned disease, so the Judge
suspended sentence and permitted
Mat. to go to work, which in said to |
be the best panacea for such peculiar
illnesses.
WOMAN DRAWS A PINE;
MAN JUMPS HIS BAIL
DOUGLAS. March 17.?Oscar Fors
trom and Annie Mackie. should have
[appeared in the municipal court this
morning according to the rules of the
police department, and answered to
the charge of being disorderly. Oscar
put up a bond of forty dollars last ev
ening and said ho would defend him
self in court today, but he did not ap
' pear and so forfeited his bail money.
Annio showed up on tlnu and told her
story to the Judge, who believed that
she was only a trifle too exhuberant
in her patriotic celebration of the Cel
tic holiday, so he extracted a fine of
five dollars from her and sent her to
1 her home in Juneau.
NEW TAILORING SHOP
ON ST. ANN'S AVENUE
DOUdlJVS. March 17.?T.. Pnsevlc
has secured the building on St. Ann's
avenue, formerly occupied by the
Chrlstoe store, and will open a tailor
ing establishment there Immediately.
The building has been repainted and
papored both Inside and out and made
more suitable for the display of fab
rics.
ST. PATRICK'S BALL
AT DOUGLAS TONIGHT
DOUGLAS. March 17.?Great prep
arations are under way for the Alaska
Catholic Club St. Patrick's ball that
will take place at the Roller rink this
evening. It is proposed to mnke it
the best St. Patrick's ball that ever has
taken place in this city. The Ladles'
Auxiliary hus prepared an excellent
supper which will be served at mid
night in the balcony. A stand has
been arranged in the center of the
hall for the musicians and the floor
Is in excellent condition.
The grand march will begin at 9
o'clock sharp.
The ferry boat will leave for Ju
neau at 1:30 to accommodate thoso
from that city.
MEALS AND BOARD. Nice homo
cooked meals; board by the day, week
or month at Mrs. J. Latala's Boarding
House next to City. Hall. Everything
clean and new.
BEAR HUNTERS* STORIES
THRILL TREADWELL PEOPLE
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TREADWELL, March 17.?The stor
ies of the five bear hunters, C. J. Opp
crman, George Etz, J. J. Kennedy
William Mitchell and Pierre de Mon
tozan, increase in thrills with cacli
telling of the harrowing details. The*
bears have likewise taken on enorm
ous proportions. In fact were not the
men so well known some of their re
citations would be unbelievable. Art
tist Mecklem, like all men of genius,
is one of the doubters and has gone so
far as to sketch a cartoon depicting
the scenes of the adventure, which
sketch Is being shown around the club
room where it is causing some diver
sion. One of the men is shown as i
doing the tango with a lop-eared bruin,
another is jumping from peak to peak
in pursuit of a hump-shouldered
grizzly, while along the beach Is
strewn dead carcasses like the heca
tomes of Homer. But the adventur
ers are home again and they are glad
of It?so glad.
ST. PATRICK'S BALL TONIGHT
At Douglas Rink, given by the A. C.
C. Admission, $1; ladies free. Spec
inl ferry at 1:30.
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MARINE NOTES
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The Admiral Evans arrived from
the Westward at 1:30 and departed
for the South.
The Humboldt, arriving from Skag
way, will sail for the South at 5 o'clock
tonight.
The Spokane is expected to arrive
from the South at five o'clock this ev
ening.
The Al-Ki should arrive ,from the
South tomorrow morning.
The Georgia arrived from Skagway
this afternoon and will sail for Sitka
tomorrow morning at 2 o'clock.
The Princess Maquinna should ar
rive from the South tonight or to
morrow morning.
The Admiral Sampson sailed from
Seattle last night,
from Seattle tonight.
The Alameda is scheduled to sail
from Seattle Friday night.
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PERSONAL MENTION
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W. P. Whitesides, who has been
with the Britt Pharmacy for some
time took passage for the States on
the Admiral Evans today.
Mrs Kunzig, wife of Lieut. Kunzig,
of the Alaska Road Commission, ac
companied by their children Is en
route to the States on the Admiral
Evans.
James Hayden, well known mining
man of Seward, passed through Ju
neau on the Admiral Evans enroute
to the States.
D. W. Terwilliger returned on the
Georgia today from a trip to Lynn
canal ports.
George Bettes, Alaska representa
tive of the Seattle Brewing and Malt
ing company arrived on the Georgia
from Skagway.
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Wages have re
moved from Juneau to Sheep creek
where Mr. Wages has a position with
the Alaska-Gastineau Mining com
pany.
Frank Fremming returned from Ju
alin on the Georgia this afternoon.
THE SPRING SEASON The GAGE MILLINERY,
on St. Ann s Avenue, has
INSPIRES A DESIRE FOR trimmed and untrimmed
r ? 11 ? I fl ? Hats that meet the desires
Spring Millinery ?L'he l!ff ?f'h*.isia^
r ? L. both in style and price.
The ribbons, taffeta and braid combinations, the bon
nets and hats of latest patterns are new and attractive. New
goods constantly arriving.
Markkanen & Ladd, Props. dougalTs |
FIVE HUNDRED BOXES FANCY
WINESAP APPLES
Worth $3.00, while they last $2.25
M. J. O'CONNOR Douglas j
Mr| I A LARGE AND VARIED STOCK OF MEN'S
Received Cut Prices
Watch our window display | SALE AT ' 1 IViVnJ
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
ALWAYS SOMETHING NEW AT THE
QUALITY GROCERY STORE
Our prices are right, and we give our customers the best possible
values for the money Invested. "Prompt Delivery" is our motto.
Phone orders given the most prompt and careful attention.
H. A. DAHL, Proprietor
Phone 53 ? ? ? ? ? ? DOUGLAS. ALASKA
: Douglas Opera House Hotel In Connection J
: BIG JUICY GLASS C j[|
OF BEER FOR . . . 3 CIS.
? The Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars < ?
J PETE ROLANDO, Prop. Douglas, Alaska o
Mrs. Bertha Schwarzenberg
Steam Baths and Massage for Ladies and Gents
ALSO FURNISHED ROOMS IN CONNECTION
DOUGLAS ALASKA
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
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Tailoring, Cleaning, Pressing and
REPAIRING
The only reliable and up-to-date Tailor in
DOUGLAS. Work done neatly and quickly.
I The Juneau Music House
Received a Carload of Pianos
We invite the general public of Juneau, Douglas, Treadwell and Thane to visit our showrooms on
Thursday, March 19th, afternoon and evening, as this is to be our
GRAND OPENING DAY
We invite you, one and all, to hear some of the best known artists in Alaska, who have been engaged
to entertain you. All welcome. Don't forget the date.
JUNEAU MUSIC HOUSE
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THREE STORKS
THE REXALL DRUG STORE JUNEAU MUSIC HOUSE FRONT STREET DRUG STORE
GUY L. SMITH, Mngr. Second and Seward Sts.
| 3d and O Sts. Douglas, Alaska ELMER E. SMITH, Propr. 'Douglas, Alaska
Continuation Shoe Sale
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Better Shoes Better Bargains Better Assortments
We have gone over stock thoroughly for the last three days and
found many lines that must positively be closed out before we
move to our new location. They consist of odds and ends in
Ladies* and Children's Shoes, both high and low, black and tan,
and the assortment is extra good. It will be to your advantage
to give this sale your attention and be on hand early
Tuesday Morning, March 17th
Loads and loads of Ladies' and Children's Shoes at
One-Fifty a Pair
Do not miss this grand final windup of High-Grade Shoes at
GOLDSTEIN'S REMOVAL SALE
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Spring
Dress Goods
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Spring
Underwear
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Royal typewriters. See W. H. Case.
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We deliver everything; phono 250
for drugs, Jupuau Drug Co., opposite
Alaskan Hotel.
? TOM DONAGHEY is no long- $
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NICK VAVICH, Propr.
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For Fine Beverage and
The best of Everything
and the pleasantest place to meet
Your Friends at
The Mascot Bar
Douglas - - ? Alaska
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Home of Solo
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We carry the best wines and I!
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"Our home is your home" ..
I) Drop In and get acquainted at
the LITTLE DOUGLAS
? ? Douglas Alaska ..
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HURRY BACK TO
EMIL FISCHER'S
For Your Harbor Supplies
FRONT STREET ? DOUGLAS
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HUNTER HOTEL
AMUSEMENT PARLORS
Spend your leanurc time playing pool
and billiards. You are alway* welcome.
Come see me.
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THE GIRL WITH A BOX
of our superior candies doesn't need to envy any
body. For she possesses the very flnest of de
licious morsels every ono of which is a treat in
deed. Those who don't know our candies miss a
rare treat. Those who do know them wouldn't
miss them fcr any money.
R. R. Hubbard - Douglas
1 Douglas Candy Kitchen .
2 Manufacturers of all kinds of Swoets. .
2 Some of our favorites: Divinity. Turkish, <j
Nougct, Chocolates. Taffy*. Brittle*. fresh J
Cream and Buttermilk. <2 j
A HILE & KEIST, Props.
t Third St. opp, P. O. Douglas, Alaska f
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THE NORTHERN
Front Street
Douglas, Alaska
Tho placo that sollB Columbia
beer, at 5 cents a glass. Come .
In and sec 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. Steam heated
rooms in connection.
Walter W. Beidleman,
Proprietor ?
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DOUGLAS DYE WORKS | ;
)? French method dry cleaning. Our specialty J ?
) ? SILK and SATIN DRESSES. Kid Gloves ? ?
I ? and Whlto Shoes. Quick service. Work J ?
>? called for and delivered. Phon?S2. ? ?
j | George Curtis, Prop. * J
i! Clarence Hayes, .Mgr. J !
! 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
Pab.it Bluo Ribbon Boer on Draught
|| DOUGLAS CITY BAKERY |
I\ WE BAKE DAILY <?
1? Bread, Cakes, Pies, Doughnuts, < >
? Cookies, and All Kinds of Cake. < I
J JOSEPH RIEDI, Proprietor J J
NO MATTER WHAT KINDl
Of Broaksat Food You Want, We Have It
Have Ever You Tried Uncle Sam?
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables in This Morning
"WE SELL GOOD GOODJES"
Telephone 85 SANITARY GROCERY!
A COMPLETELY
FURNISHED
DINING ROOM
is a woman's pride and a man's
thorough satisfaction. In such a
room food tastes better, and peo
ple feel more sociable. We can
furnish such a room with table,
chairs, sideboard, china closet,.etc.,
in a style that will be the acme
of good taste and at prices which
will be the height of economy.
Juneau Furniture Co.
"THE HOME FURNISHERS"
You can find a complete line of toilet ar
ticles at Seattle prices at
BRITT'S PHARMACY
the rexall store juneau, alaska
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| HOME OFFICE: White Building, Seattle. |
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Nugget and Old Ivory Jewelry I
Original Designs, Artistically Constructed
WE MAKE OUR OWN SOUVENIR JEWELRY
and Fully Guarantee You as to the Quality of Our Goods
WATCH REPAIRING by Expert Workman. All Work Guaranteed
MENDHAM'S-JIST
144 FRONT 8T., TELEPHONE 266 - JUNEAU, ALASKA

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