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ALASKA DAILY EMPIRE
Douglas branch office, Hubbard's
News Store, Telephone 19
Bert Howdeshell. Mgr.
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SUNDAY NIGHT PROGRAM
At THE LYRIC THEATRE
DOUGLAS, April 4.?The Lyric pre
sents the following excellent program
for Sunday night:
"Gauniont Weekly." Latest events
of the world.
"The Children of St. Ann's."?A two
reel feature, depicting life in our Or
phan asylums. How a boy made good.
"Burning of the Studio." A film
>ortrayiug the actual fire scene of
he Thanhuuser studio burning to the
tround. ?
"Canine Rivals." A comedy In which -
wo dogs display their jealousy.
Good music throughout the evnlng.
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HEN OF DISTINGUISHED <
PATRONYMICS GO WRONG
DOUGLAS. April 4.?Alexander Du
nas and Stephen Constantine, two
}reeks, and members of the party
vho were day before yesterday god
ipeedlng their friends to the Chlsana,
is announced In last night's Bmpire.
;ot Into some trouble on Beach street
>arly this morning and it cost them
tome heard-earned money to adjust
themselves with the law as applied by
Magistrate Hensen.
During the course of their hold-over
celebration, as the story was told in
court, these two' gentlemen started to
clean up a Jap barber shop. Constan
tino began the cleansing process by
kicking In a couple of lnoffonslvo
doors. Then Alexander Dumas cleaned
the windows and smashed them In the
purifying process. The Japs, though
noted as a spotlessly clean race, could j
not appreciate the Greek system of !
cleaning up a Nippon bnrber shop; so
they reported the matter to Marshal
Shafer and he took the cleaners before
the Judge who cleaned them for twen
ty und ten dollars respectively. Steve
paid his twenty and then added an
other five with which the Japs are to
buy two new doors. Aleck then con
tributed ten dollars to the court, to
gether with a dollar and a half for
the restitution of the broken win
dows.
REGISTRATION BOOKS OPEN
UNTIL NINE O'CLOCK P. M.
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DOUGLAS April 4?The clerk's reg
istration books for tho city of Doug
Ins will remain open until nine o'clock
Tor the accommodation of those who
Jesire to register for next Tuesday's
election.
Two hundred and seventy voters had
registered up to noon today and it is
probable that the number will reach
the three hundred mark by the time
the books close.
Gus. Grundler and Ray Richardson,
nominees for school treasurer, havo
withdrawn their names from the lists.
IN DOUGLAS CHURCHES
TOMORROW.
Catholic Church.
Sunday, April 5, services at eight
and ten in the morning. At the ten
o'clock service there will be a bless
ing and distribution of palms, it be
ing Palm Sunday.
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Congregational Church.
Owen, Umstead, Pastor.
Sunday school at 10 a. m. Evening
worship at 8 o'clock. Notice the hour
jf service is changed for the sum
mer months. Theme: "The Day and
:he Date of the Resurrection."
Friday was not the date of theCru
:iflxion, as popularly supposed. It is
irne to break away from tradition,
ind get back to the word of God.
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St. Luke's Episcopal.
Tomorrow being the first Sunday of
he month, there will be Holy Com
nunion in St. Luke's Episcopal church
it 10:30 a. m. with sermon by the ,
lev. G. E. Renlson. Subject: "Palm
iunday." Everyone is cordially wel
ome. Service on Wednesday at 7:30
i. m.
FIVE HUNDRED BOXES FANCY
WINESAP APPLES
Worth $3.00, while they last $2.25
M. J. O'CONNOR Douglas
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I Mrs.NELS.G.JOHNSON \
J of DOUGLAS
J hanjlr.1 most everything. at the lowest J
J cost prices. Call and look my stock over, ?
? We are cloeinar out our Shoe Department J;
5 at very low prices. J
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CLOTHING SHOES ?'
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11 General Shoemaking ! i
1! St. Ann's Ave. Douglas, Alaska ..
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( 1 11T 7/?X j Ji| making olive oil for distribution among her neighbors, it was
V JII V C V J II ao pure and delicate in taste that the whole country demand
ed it. It now has a reputation throughout the world. The
1 / \ 1 * only place in Douglas that this pure brand can be obtained is
and Ulives at ?enera^ store of p. h. fox
ASK FOR EHMANN OLIVE OIL AND OLIVES. ,
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[ DOUGLAS DYE WORKS |
I French method dry cleunimr. Our epecialty
f> SILK and SATIN DRESSES. Kid Glows . |
k and Whito Shoes. Quick service. Work , J
? called for and delivered. Phone 52. , .
? George Curtis, Prop. ? 1j
p Clarence Ha em Mgr. ; [
T. PAVESIC
Tailoring, Cleaning, Pressing and '
-: REPAIRING :?
The only reliable and up-to-date Tailor in
DOUGLAS. Work done neatly and quickly.
FIRST TERRITORIAL BANK OF ALASKA r
Douglas, Alaska a
Every facility for banking. Foreign and domestic ex- s
change. Commercial accounts solicited. Interest allowed ^
on time deposits. p
M. J. O'CONNOR, Pres. - - - A. E. GURR, Cashier
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FOR RENTJ
| Klcwunt furni-thed'cabiiu. Enquire at jj
; RAINIER BAR, Douglas, Alaska t
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The SIGN MAN. for all kinds of SPRING 1 '
DECORATING at
Douglas Hardware Store :: J
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SPRING TIME IS PLANTING TIME
To dig in the soil and plant seeds, and then watch a garden spring
up and grow into delicious food, is a natural and healthy diversion.
It is a money saver as well. Good gardens may be grown with our
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS I
. THE QUALITY GROCERY STORE I
H. A. DAHL, Proprietor r<
Phone 53 ? ? ? ? ? ? DOUGLAS, ALASKA ci
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HURRY BACK TO
EMIL FISCHER'S
For Your Barber Supplies
FRONT STREET - DOUGLAS
HUNTER HOTEL
AMUSEMENT PARLORS "
Spend your leasuro time playing pool w
and billiards. You are always welcome.
Com m* m h
L. H. KIEST - DOUGLAS w
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Douglas Opera House Hotel In Connection J ! It
We serve the BEST BEER ? Hlacc W *
in Douglas for . . . vJlcxoS <? tc
FREE MOVING PICTURES EVERY NIGHT o tl
The Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars o K,
PETE ROLANDO, Prop. Douglas, Alaska " tc
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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
High Grade Pianos and Player Pianos" to ?n
Small Goods and Musical Merchandise SHEET MUSIC
ALASKA'S LARGEST MUSIC HOUSE
The Juneau Music House
TEN THOUSAND SELECTIONS of the World's Greatest Art
ists in the EDISON, VICTOR and COLUMBIA
RECORDS to choose from
THREE STORES
THE REXALL DRUG STORE
GUY L. SMITH. Mngr.
3d and D St#, Douglas, Alaska
JUNEAU MUSIC HOUSE
Second and Seward Sts.
ELMER E. SMITH, Propr.
FRONT STREET DRUG STORE
Douglas, Alaska
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DOUGLAS NEWS NOTES
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DOUGLAS, April 4.?A crowded hall
witnessed the entertainment at the
lorthern last night when Helleck and
Lrinstrong gave their free show, that
icluded five reels of pictures, an or
hestra and a free lunch.
There will be a big dance at tho
.laska Star Temperance hall tonight.
Joe Snow, special officer for the
upprcssion of illegal whisky peddling,
amo over from Juneau yesterday in
esponse to a request from a leader
f the Indians, who claims that ille
al whisky peddling a few days ago,
ssulted in some of the Natives be
aming intoxicated.
Mrs. Mugford is reported as recov
ring from her recent illness.
Prof. R. R. Bell took a number of
oy Scouts from the Douglas schools
ver to Juneau on the 8:30 ferry and
ill go with them for a hike Into the
His back of Juneau. These days of ^
arm sunshine give opportunity for
ajoyable outings and recreation par- t(
es in the hills are becoming fre
uenL ir
Mrs. King, of Valdez and Mrs. Mc- c(
itosh. or Seattle, were guestB of Mrs.
rinley at the Hotel Northern yester- tl
sy. The ladies were on their way R]
i Valdez and left this morning on ^
le Admiral Evans.
Mrs. L. P. Phillips was a Seattle
sing passenger on the Jefferson yes- "<
irday.
A new Peerless electric piano will
rrive on the City of Seattle this af
?rnoon, and be installed in the Salt G
ake Bar. The instrument was or- es
sred through the Juneau Music ol
ouso. b(
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TREADWELL NOTES
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TREADWELL, April 4?At a pre
rninary meeting held last evening, it
as decided to form a Treadwell track
;am. There was a good gathering of
10 fleet-footed, who talked over the
tatter and arranged for additional
leetings.
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
Spring
Dress Goods
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^^^cfUNERU,ALASKA.
Spri Eg
Underwear
Spring
Chicken
Dinner
SUNDAY, APRIL 5th
40c
"SOME DINNER"
ta?te STAMPEDE
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Miss Crystal Snow came over from
lendanhall yesterday, and after spend- .
ig the night with relatives, returned ,
> her work this morning. ?
The oil boat Lansing, after discharg- i
ig a quantity of oil for the Treadwell <
>mpany, departed thlt morning. '
After having her crankshaft installed '
>e Admiral Evans left the dock this
lorning at 7:15, on her way to the
Westward.
CHILDREN OF ST. ANN"
AT GRAND THEATRE
The big attraction tonight at the
rand is a feature that is very inter
sting from start to finish?"Children
' St. Ann" A story of a "homeless
>y". You all will enjoy this two-reel
*ama.
Besides a "Gaumont Weekly" is
lown. with the latest events from the
orld. Always good.
"Canine Rivals." A good laughable
>medy which closes a good show.
Sunday's Program.
Extra good feature for Sunday:
"The Paymaster's Son." A thrilling
ay Bee western production. All sat
faction here. 5
"With the Fighters in the Balkan
rar" Interesting events of the Bal
in-Turk War.
"Shirts and Shocks" A screaming
inny comedy to send you home more
an pleased.
Stampede?Some grub.
UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S SALE
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Division No. One, District of Alaska.
By virtue of an order of sale issued
out of the United States District court
for the Division No. One, District of
Alaska, on the 3rd day of April, 1914,
notice is hereby given that I will sell
at public auction, for cash, on Tuesday,
the 14th day of April, 1914, at 2 o'clock
p. m., at the dock known bb "Shat
tuck's Dock" in the Town, of Juneau,
Alaska, the Schooner "Waif", her en
gines, boilers, machinery, boats, tackle
apparel, appurtenances, and furniture,
as sho now lies.
H. L. FAULKNER,
United States Marshal, j
Dated at Juneau, Alaska, April 4, 1914. j
First publication, Apr. 4.
Last publication, Apr. 11. ' i
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Wether you like Havana or domes- J
tic cigars, you can got the kind you j
like at Burford's. 2-16-tf j
Don't work yourself to death. Spend
a pleasant evening with the boys at
Burford's. 2-16-tf.
Get the big feed of good grub at the
small price at the Stampede restau
rant. 2-26-tL
SI DOUGLAS CITY BAKERY |
;; WE BAKE DAILY
< > Bread, Cakes, Pies, Doughnuts, o
o Cookies, and All Kinds of Cake, Jt
JOSEPH RIEDI, Proprietor
A YOUNG MAN'S CHOICE
>f candles Is sura to bo commended If ho makes it ,
> box of our chocolates and bon bona. No ono can ?
resist their tempting appearance, no one can fail
jo bo delighted with their exquisite flavor. A box
>f our candles is certainly a key that will unlock
iny feminine heart.
R. R. Hubbard - Douglas
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ji Douglas Candy Kitchen ijj
I Manufacturers of all kind* of Sweets. 5
i Sorao of our favorite*: Divinity, Turkish, Q
( Nouget Chocolates. Talfys, Brittle*, fresh i ?
t Cream and Buttermilk. J
HILE & KEIST, Props. 2 \
) Third St, opp, P. 0. Douglas. Alaska % ?
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THE NORTHERN j
Front Street i]
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Douglas, Alaska
Tbo place 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. Steam heated
rooms In connection.
! NICK VAVICHI
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! VICTOR BAR :j
: TELEPHONE 29 [
: Orders Promptly Attended to ;j m
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HUNTER HOTEL !
DOUGLAS, ALASKA !
Strictly First-Class. Always
on Hand: Choice Wines, Liquors jj
and Cigars. Our Specialty? I ?
Mixed Drinks. | j
Front St., opp. Ferry Landing i |j
B. CONRAD, Prop. 1
RUDOLPH HLAHUT. Mnnujrcr 3
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer j
On Draught 1
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| CITY CAFE
with Douglas Til
J. ????? Opera House Hotel ..
4- Best meals in town for the money ? ?
T We serve everything the market carries.
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I H. BERGEK & J. HICKS, Props. ?
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ARB YOU GOING TO BUILD? i
M.M.GIMSE ?dNTBDILDBR J j J
Build* houses both bit; and small and docs re
pair work at reasonable rates. Seo mo at the j
Douglas Hardware Store or Phone 55
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: Don't Forget The
Home of Solo
. Wc carry the beet v/lnes 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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For Fine Beverage and
The best of Everything
and the pleasanteat place to meet
Your Friends at
The Mascot Bar
Douglas ? - ? Alaska
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' If You Are Laid Up in the Hospital, Your Earning Power ;;
> STOPS. Does Your Life Policy Cover You? If Not, Get a ?;
LIFE en ^oucy
HEALTH ^ IN I Uroviding
ACCIDENT %J X 1 rotation
the Northern Life Insurance Company ? |
| HOME OFFICE: White Building. Seattle. !
< An "Old Line" Home Company With "New Line" Ideas 1 '
$8,640,000.00 ur?RcAENCK II $670,000.00 ::
For Protection of Policy Holder* ? '
, You specific amount* for loss of Hands, Feet. Eyes or for Paralysis , ,
w~ O T7Q Your Lifo Insurance Premiums If Permanently Disabled ? 1
1 ^ tAJf O you Monthly Indemnity for Disability through Sickness or Accident J J
For Particulars See i ,
: A. E. RANSOM, Superintendent for Alaska f
| Reference: Any Bank in Soattle Hotel Cain, Juneau, Alaska J j
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JUNEAU FURNITURE CO.
Spots and stains removed at the
enavotary. Phone 394. 3-23-tf.
Coffee, better than your mother ever !
ade, at the Sampede Restaurant.?
-2-19-tf. ]
KEEP CLEAN.
Ladies ' and Gentlemens' clothing,
:leaned, pressed and repaired at the
Renovatory. We call for and deliver.
bYont SL Phone 394. 2-23-tf.

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