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ALASKA DAILY EMPIRE
Douglas branch office, Hubbard's
News Store, Telephone 19
Bert Howdeshell. Mgr.
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COMPLETE CHANGE OF
PROGRAM AT LYRIC
DOUGLAS, April 1.?The new pro
gram at the Lyric Theatre follows:
??Finder Prints." An exciting storj
portraying how the prosecuting attor
ney secured his evidence.
"The Iron Hand." A great two-reel
feature. The old popular drama is vlv
idly portrayed. It is a story of rora
ance and intrigue. This feature alone;
is worth your trouble for coining.
"Wanted?A Husband." and "A Dev
il of a good time" are two uproarious
comedies.
Don't forget prize night.
. ELECTION NEXT TUESDAY
IN DOUGLAS CITY HALL
.! DOUGLAS, April 1.?For the city
| election which takes place next Tues
-1 day. the polls will be open from teu
'o'clock iu the morning until eight
? o'clock in the evening In the lower
? room of the city hall.
The judges appointed by the coun
I ell are Richard McCormlck. John Lock
? hart and Hugh Tracey. Clerks are
? Carl Krickson and Ed. Andrews.
FIVE HUNDRED BOXES FANCY
WINESAP APPLES J
Worth $3.00, while they last $2.25 |
M. J. O'CONNOR Douglas I
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J handles most everything. at the lowest ej i '
J ?t pncrt Call .nxl my itoek .>ver. J '
2 We are clueimr Out our Shoe Department jn '
5 at very low price*. 5
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CLOTHING SHOES ;;
LORENZO TEPPA ::
General Shoemakinj? '!
St. Ann's Ave. Douglas. Alaska ..
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Mrj ( A LARGE AND VARIED STOCK OF MEN'S
Received w7l^?be^ pu\ced on Cur Prices
Watch our window display | SALE AT
P. H FOX'S - - Douglas, Alaska
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The Douglas FIS!I MAN S
will call on you daily. 8
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T. PAVESIC
Tailoring, Cleaning, Pressing and
REPAIRING
The only reliable and up-to-date Tailor in
DOUGLAS. Work done neatly and quickly.
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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 j
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|for rentI:
Eloirunt fumithcd.cabrn. Enquire at y .
| RAINIER BAR, Douglas, Alaska ? ;
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See T. of C.
The SIGN MAN, for all kinds of SPRING J j ;
DECORATING at , . |
Douglas Hardware Store ::
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ALWAYS SOMETHING NEW AT THE
QUALITY GROCERY STORE
Our prices are right, and w 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
HURRY BACK TO
EMIL FISCHER'S
For Your Barber Supplies
FRONT STREET ? DOUGLAS
HUNTER HOTEL
AMUSEMENT PARLORS
Spend your leisure time playing pool
and billiards. You are always welcome.
Come see me.
L. H. K1EST - DOUGLAS
HOWARD, HAMILTON, WAL- :
THAM and ELGIN
WATCHES ;
Largo Stock on Hand, At
FACTORY PRICES
SPECIAL
7-Jeweled Watch, Good Time
keeper? t
ONLY $7.00
PAUL BLOEDHORN
Expert Repairing Douglas
Douglas Opera House Hotel In Connection ?
We serve the BEST BEER ? Ol
in Douglas for . . . 3. VilaSS 0
FREE MOVING PICTURES EVERY NIGHT :
The Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars o '
PETE ROLANDO, Prop. Douglas, Alaska V>\
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The Juneau Music House
TEN THOUSAND SELECTIONS of the World's Greatest Art
ists in the EDISON, VICTOR and COLUMBIA
RECORDS to choose from
High Grade Pianos and Player Pianosal to suit on
Small Goods and Musical Merchandise SHEET MUSIC
ALASKA'S LARGEST MUSIC HOUSE
THRKK STORES
THE REXALL DRUG STORE
GUY L. SMITH. Mngr.
3d and D Sts, Douglas, Alaska
JUNEAU MUSIC HOUSE I
Second and Seward Sts.
ELMER E. SMITH, Propr.
FRONT STREET DRUG STORE
Douglas, Alaska
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' DOUGLAS NEWS NOTES j
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DOUGLAS, April 1.?Ten passengers
and two children constitute the list
from Douglas sailing south on the Al
Ki. They are. Mrs. It. A. Deverreuux.
Mrs. F. A. McDonald and two children,
Wm. Tripp, Miss Mabel Michaelson,
Michael Rochosty, Mrs. 1. D. Carpen
ter. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Klngsley and
August Goebert.
Mrs. Frank McDonald and children
are leaving today for Seattle where
they will spend a part of the summer.
Mr. McDonald hns accepted a position
as foreman of the blacksmith shop at
Sheep Creek and upon the return of
Mrs. McDonald and the children, they
will take up their residence across the
channel.
Mrs. R. A. Devereaux left today on
the Al-Ki for Tacoma.
Mrs. Ray C. Richardson is leaving
today for Seattle.
Mrs. Henry Brie is giving a reception
to the Douglas ladies this afternoon at
her home on St. Ann's Avenue.
The Ladies' League will hold their
monthly business meeting Thursday
afternoon at two o'clock in the league
room.
EVERY MOVEMENT INTERESTING
AT FIREMEN'S SMOKER.
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TREADWELL, April 1.?The Tread
well Firemen gave one of the snappiest
entertainments last night which has
been seen on the Island for many
years. Perhaps never before in the
history of the organization have things
moved along so fraught with unabated
excitement from the moment when the
orchestra started the performance at
8:15 to the time of closing at 10:30.
After the orchestra, came Monte
Snow, who sang, then followed the
tumbling class, under the direction of
Tom McDonald. Two big men here
upon entered the ring and struggled
like gladiators in an ancient Roman
amphitheatre. They pulled and tugged
for ten minutes to a draw; these wrest
lers were Pat. O'Connor of Juneau,
and Hoffard, of Treadwell. Then fol
lowed a song .by Tom Gillies, with
C'has. Close accompanying him on the
piano. These entertainers were en
cored and had to sing two more songs.
The applause had scarcely died aw%y
when Hutton and Grundler, middle
weights. went three snappy roundr in
which they showed a total disregard
of the feelings of each other. Jack
Wilson and Tom. Kingsley, was acted
as judges could not determine which
was the better man, so the llghweights
went on for another spurt, and the ref- I
cree uien uociueu mui urunnier nau a
slight edge over his oppeuent bo he
\v:is given the decision.
Practically the same thing happened
to Beals and Jim McDonald. They
lambasted each other for three rounds
and breaking about even, were re
quested to go to it again, and then
the referee had to decide in favor of
Beals.
Strange to say, the judges could not
decide who was the better man when
Kerkes and Goebel went on for three
rounds of intense boxing, and for the
third time the referee had to decide
the contest which went to Goebel.
Right here followed some scientific ?
boxing which was not on the program |
?Wah. a Chinaman from aboard the
Admiral Evans, now in the harbor at
Juneau, and a soldier from Fort Sew
ard named Hootes. each of them men
of experience and aptivity fought to \
the delight of the audience, giving a t
pretty exhibition of the noble art of s
self defense. No decision was render- i
ed in their case, but they were highly I
complimented. t
Gillies, with Chas. Close accompany- <
ing him, followed with two vocal sol- i
os, and then another three-round box- i
ing contest came off. Ed. Harris, of i
the Mexican and Ed. Olson of Tread- i
well went to It for home and native
land. At the end of their contest, it 1
was hard to decide which was the vie- x
tor. but as Olsen had received a gory j
cut over the optic, the decision was
given to Harris. r
The wind-up, and it was some wind- u
up, rest assured of that, the two mid- <
Jleweights, Gross and DeMontzon, ex
perienced and battle-scarred veterans, l
of the ring, went out after each other's *
scalp, and each of them lost some hair
in the fray. They were cheered on to J
L'lotnrv Kv o nil/lit. /.ntfiiiu.'ootio on *
Jience which filled the hall and galler
es. Again the judges were undecid- i;
>d, and the house rules required that -
mother bout be pulled off to decide
he championship, but DeMontzon was
:oo tired to nmke further battle for
lonors, and so let the decision go to
Jross without further strugle.
Juneau and Douglas were well rep
resented in the visitors' class.
Don'i forget Bing's big lunch and !]
seven piece orchestra Friday night at
he Northern.
Have some fun! Ticklo the ivories
it Burford's 2-16-tf.
Typewriters for rent. See W. H
Case. 3-17-tf.
WE WILL VACATE OUR PRESENT LOCATION ON
SATURDAY, MARCH 28th, 1914
to make room for our NEW FIRE-PROOF CONCRETE BUILDING. Before we move
we will put on SPECIAL SALE for this week only:
Twenty Per Cent Discount
on all
Hart Schaffner & Marx
Spring and Summer Clothing
ONE LOT OF
Boy's and Young Men's
SUITS, with long trousers,
while they last
$2.50 per suit
All Boy's Suits- -Knickerbocker Pants
50 per cent discount
'' TRUNKS-this week only-TRUNKS
25 per cent discount
Spnng
Dress Goods
/p^-cjweru,Alaska.
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Spring
Underwear
LISZT MUSICAll
MISS KEMPTHORNE
Methodist Church
Wed.,April 1 8:15
Admission 7 5 cents
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RETTY HOME WEDDING 0
OCCURS AT DOUGLAS a
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DOUGLAS, April 1.?A pretty home 0
eddiug was solemnized last night at a
le home of Mr. and Mrs. James Liud
iy, when Mr. Steven S. Stanworth -
ad Miss Anna Wood West, sister of 5
Irs. Lindsay, \vere united in wedlock. J
le Rev. Owen Umstead officiating, t
nly a few relatives and friends wi*.- \
essed the ceremony. The grooms- i
tan was Mr. Alexander P. Sutherland f
ad Miss Agness West was the brides- J
laid. $
Tho groom is employed by the
readwell company at the compressor
wm and the bride has been employed
I Hubbard's Book store.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanworth were the
jcipients of numerous gifts, and have
full community back of them with
.mgratulations and good wishes.
They will make their home in Doug
ts. '
Wether you like Havana or domes
c cigars, you can get the kind you
ko at Burford's. 2-16-tf
Coffee, better than your mother ever
ade, at the Sampede Restaurant.?
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AREJTOU GOING JO BUILD?
M.M.GIMSE ?dNTB01LDBR Ij I
Builds houses both bis and small and does re
pair work at reasonable rates. See me at the ,
Douglas Hardware Store or Phone 55
NICK VAVICH |
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VICTOR BAR j|
TELEPHONE 29 \
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Orders Promptly Attended to ; {
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For Fine Beverage and |$
The best of Every thing
and the pleaiantect place to meet
Your Friends at
The Mascot Bar ::
Douglas - - * Alaska j
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V YOUNG MAN'S CHOICE ?
f candies is sure to be commended if ho makes it ?
box of our chocolates and bon bona. No one can '
eslst their tempting appearance, no one can fail ,
> bo delighted with their exquisite flavor. A box ?
f our candies is certainly a key that will unlock '
ny fcmi.iinc heart. ,
R. R. Hubbard - Douglas
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Douglas Candy Kitchen j|: ;
Manufacturers of all kinds of Swoeta. 5 ?
Some of our favorites: Divinity. Turkish, a >
Nougot, Chocolates. Taffys, Brittlea, frush <J 1
Cream and Buttermilk. '
HILE & KEIST, Props. i\
Third St. opp. P. O. Douglas. Alaska y ?
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THE NORTHERN
Front 8treet
Douglas, Alaska
Tho place that soils Columbia
beor, 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, chango of program 3 *'
time a week. Steam heated
rooms In connection.
| DOUGLAS DYE WORKS t ?
? French method dry cleaning. Our specialty I ?
. SILK and SATIN DRESSES. Kid Glovoa E ,
? and White Shoes. Quick aervice. Work E , ,
? called for and delivered. Phone 52. E , ,
George Curtis, Prop. ? ? >
Clarence Ha. es, Mgr. t \ J
HUNTER HOTEL f
DOUGLAS, ALASKA
Strictly First-Class. Always
on Hand: Choice Wines, Liquors
and Cigars. Our Specialty?
Mixed Drinks.
Front St., opp. Ferry Landing
B. CONRAD, Prop.
RUDOLrH BLAHUT. Manager
Pabst Bluo Ribbon Beer
On Draught
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Don't Forget The
Home of Solo
We carry the best wines and ..
liquors and cigars In Douglas, j'
"Our home Is your home"
Drop In and get acquainted at .''
the LITTLE DOUGLA8
Douglas Alaska !!
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CITY CAFE ^tertlon f
Opera House Hotel X
Best meals in town for the money + j'
We nerve everything the market carrica. T
a^ESS? ?"> -> Service I
H. BERGER & J. HICKS. Props. If
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j; DOUGLAS CITY BAKERY j;
WE BAKE DAILY
4? Bread, Cakes, Pies, Doughnuts, <>
o Cookies, and All Kinds of Cake.
JOSEPH RIEDI, Proprietor | [
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LIFE w^OLICY
HEALTH IN | Priding
ACCIDENT %J JL 1 rotection
the Northern Life Insurance Company j;
HOME OFFICE: Whito Buildimr, Seattle. ! !
An "Old Line" Home Company With "New Line" Ideas ' '
$8,640,000.00 ur%,NZRc?CE II $670,000.00 ::
For Protection of Policy Holder*
You specific amounts for loss of Hands, Feet, Eyes or for Paralysis , .
|r^ O TITO Your Lifo Insurance Premiums if Permanently Disabled ? 1
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For Particulars See' , ?
A. E. RANSOM, Superintendent for Alaska t
Reference: Any Bank in Seattle Hotel Cain, June&U, Alaska J|
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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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TELEPHONE U1 P. O. BOX 49(5 ! '?
SCANDINAVIAN GROCERY::
OPPOSITE CITY DOCK 11
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In < ?
Staple and Fancy Groceries, Clothing, Men's Furnishings!!
Boots and Shoes ;;
MINERS* AND FISHERMEN'S OUTFITTING A SPECIALTY I !
Save your suit orders, for there is something in store for cvoryone. Watch this ad and ? ?
you will see it Lota do away with tho $35 to $65 suits and corao down to the average workirg- ? ?
man's prico?$15 to $30, your choice and a fit guaranteed. 1 ?
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JUNEAU FURNITURE CO.

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