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FIVE HUNDRED BOXES FANCY
I WINESAP APPLES
I Worth $3.00, while they last $2.25
I M. J. O'CONNOR Douglas
y?\ "1 . y?"v ? I Down in Orovill.. California mm. years s*o a lady boican
| | 1trr\ ( 111 makitur olive oil for distribution amontf her neighbors, it was
V J |J[ y V Jso pure an>l delicate in taste that the whole country demand
ed it. It now has a reputation throughout the worki. The
1 f 1 ? only place in Douglas that this pure brand can bo obtained is
and V-/11V0S at JJeneral store of P. H. FOX
ASK FOR EHMANX OLIVE OIL AND OLIVES.
FIRST TERRITORIAL BANK OF ALASKA
Douglas, Alaska
Every facility for banking. Foreign and domestic ex
change. Commercial accounts solicited. Interest allowed
I on time deposits.
11 J. O'CONNOR, Pres. - - - A. E. GURR, Cashier
SPRING TIME IS PLANTING TIME
To dig in the soil and plant seeds, and theu watch a garden spring
up and grow into delicious food, is a natural and healthy diversion.
It is a money saver as well. Qood gardens may be grown with our
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS
1HE QUALITY GROCERY STORE
H. A. DAHL, Proprietor
Phone 53 ? ? ? ? ? ? DOUGLAS, ALASKA
I Douglas Opera House Hotel In Coniu-ct ion T
We serve the BEST BEER ? fllacc
in Douglas for . . . vJlaoo
t FREE MOVING PICTURES EVERY NIGHT j
X The Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars ?
t PETE ROLANDO, Prop. Douglas, Alaska t
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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
BaoBmnmnukimeiHl
I B. M. BEHRENDS, Banker I
JUNEAU, ALASKA
1 THE OLDEST BANK IN ALASKA
Established 1887
jS Interest Paid on Member
g Savings Accounts American Bankers' A'ssn.
J Juneau Liquor Company, Inc. \
? THE LARGEST STOCK-THE BEST BRANDS OF ?
J Imported and Domestic Liquors and Wines for family use f
t PHONE 9-4?MAIL ORDERS A SPECIALTY-FREE DELIVERY 2
Easter Suggestions
Gowns
Just received, a new shipment of gowns suitable
I for afternoon and evening wear. In the new figured
and plain creper, taffetas and charmeuse. Every
one a beautiful model and extremely different in
style. In all the new shades. &/1 O CA
Sizes 16 to 18, 34 to 42. $15.00 to
Hats
We are showing a beautiful line of Tailored and
Fancy Hats, in all shades. <? 1 C A A
Ranging in price from . . . $6.50 to
Lingerie Waists
Lingerie Waists in Marquisette, Mull and Fine
Batiste. Some are Hand Embroidered, while others
are daintly trimmed in Val Lace and CI C
Insertion. Special ?pO?v)0
New Neckwear for Easter
New Gloves-Kid, Silk and Chamoisette
New Italian Silk Underwear
New Silk Hose in all Shades
"THE FASHION"
ANDERSON & JONES Phone 271 Guffey Bldg.
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ALASKA DAILY EMPIRE
Douglas branch office, Hubbard's
News Store, Telephone 19
Bert Howdeshell, Mgr.
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INTERESTING PROGRAM
AT LYRIC TONIGHT
DOUGLAS. April 10?The following
Interesting program will bo ropeated
at the Lyric tonight:
"The Coming of Sunbeam," a drama
by the Solax Co.
The great state right feature in two
reels. "The Paymaster's Son." Story of
a young man's heroism and reward.
"A Cowboy Heir." an American com
edy '. One of those rediculously funny
i comedies.
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DOUGLAS NEWS NOTES I
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DOUGLAS. April 10.?The cantata
"Everlasting Light." to be given by
the singers of the Congregational
church promises a rich treat. The
event is to take place on the evening
of the 17th. twenty-five voices constl
stute the chorus.
Yesterday the First Territorial
Bank of Alaska was seven months old.
Cashier A. E. Gurr reports that the
business of the institution has been
all that could be expected.
Capt. A. Burtelio says that his pleas
ure boat. "City of Home," is due for
an overhauling and that he is soon go
ing to take out all t)ie supplies and
renovate and repaint jthe interior, af
ter which he will put her on the beach I
, and thorough!) repaint the hull, thus
getting the craft In readiness for the
summer season of hunting, fishing and
pleasure cruising.
A logging outfit, consisting of a don
key engine and accessories, was un
loaded yesterday from the Qulnalt. con
signed to Anderson and Penglase. A
i barge received the shipment and it
will be taken to Bear creek where log
ging operations are being conducted.
Sam Bornstein arrived on the Spo
kane this morning and secured va
cant storeroom on Front street where
he will open his samples for the in
spection of the Douglas merchants.
Mamie Harper, the colored woman
who took a shot at her husband a few
days ago. has been bound over to ap-'
pear at the next term of the district
court. At the preliminary hearing in j
; Juneau it was shown that she fired I
two shots, one at her husband and an-!
i other at a bystander. j ??
The Spokane arrived in Treadwell at
9:30 this morning and after discharg
i ing a light cargo for that port shifted
to Douglas where she unloaded 25 tons
and six passengers.
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TREADWELL COMPANY STARTS
BUILDING CONCRETE OFFICES
TREADWELL, April 10.?Surveyors
this morning laid the stakes for a new,
two-story, reinforced concrete office
building, to be constructed next to
the store and just off the present offi
ces of General Manager R. A. Kinzle.
The lower Iloor will be used by Mr.
Kin/.ie and his secretary and office as
sistants, while the second story rooms
are to be occupied by the survey force.
The structure will be fireproof.
CHICKEN FANCIERS GATHER
EGGS AND EXPERIENCE
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; TREADWELL, April 10.?Members
of the chicken growers association of
i Treadwell are holding dally and night
ly sessions in various parts of the
city. Every process known to modern
science from cyaniding to incubating
is being used to extract live chickens
from cold and' pulseless eggs. One ab
sent-minded janitor of an incubator
forgot to wind the thing up or to turn
on the heat a few nights ago, but he
insists that the next morning his chiok
ens were Happing their wings in the
i shells to keep warm until the steam
? could be turned on. jusr like tenants
in a modern flat.
The omelette order now has a mem
bership of nine, with many eligibles
on the waiting list. Those initiated
are Mark Smith. Jim Daniels. Dan
! Campbell, David , Brown, Mr. Mackie,
Joe Robinson, Ed Crowe, Emmett Car
I roll and Monte Benson.
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TREADWELL NOTES
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TREADWELL .April 10.?At the fire
men's meeting tonight it is presumed
that considerable of the discussion will
be given to baseball. The baseball
fever is being intensified by the warm
days and the community is becoming
anxious to see Manager Ferris trot
his colts out to meet all comers. Af
ter the fire meeting there will be four
reels of pictures.
Ed. Beals and B. Coryell left on the
Spokane today for the North. They
expect to spend the summer in the
Interior.
Alfred Gordon is going to take a po
sition on the through freight running
from mill 300 to elsewhere.
"Chub" Douglas went to work at
>he 300 mill yesterday.
W. E. Daniels, wife and little girl
arrived in Trcadwell today, whore
Mr. Daniels has accepted a position
as stenographer for Supt. Kinzle, re
lieving Mr. E. P. Rotman who is go
ing to Seattle. The Daniels family
will make their home for the present
in the San Soucl apartments.
Ed. Atkinson, of Speel river, arrived
in the city this morning.
C. A. Von Godeen has taken a posi
tion with the Treadwell company and
will remain here during the summer.
Mr. Von Godeen is a musician of ex
cellent ability and has a rich tenor
voice which will be heard at the can
tata to be rendered on the 17th.
At the meeting of the band last
night for practice, it was practically I
decided to give another concert soon. *
Another swimming carnival is be- <
ing arranged to take place during the J
latter part of the month. <
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Galvanizing done by G. Roene, Sans <
Soucci Bldg., Douglas. {
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FOR SALE?BARGAIN
FOR CASH ONLY
A valuable 50-foot corner wa
terfront lot on Front St., Doug
las, with one and a half story
dwelling. If you have $1,200 not
working call on John Hensen &
Co., and you wlll'get a piece of
property hat In two years will
sell for $2,500.00 sure.
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PERSONAL MENTION
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C. A. Fox mid Mrs. Fox returned to
Juneau on the Alameda last night.
Matt Piles, well known commercial
man,' arrived In Juneau from the South
on the Alameda.
Frank Lawson, the well known Fair
banks and Idltarod operator, passed
through Juneau yesterday on his way
to Fairbanks.
William Ferguson, well known com
mercial man, arrived from the South
on the Alameda last nighL
John Winter, of Sheep creek, is laid |
up with a sprained ankle, but will soon
be out again.
Harry B. Averill, a newspaper man
of North Yakima, Wash., is a passen
ger on the Alameda on his way to
Fairbanks where he will have a posi
tion on the editorial staff of the Fair
?bauks News-Miner.
John McLaughlin, the popular man
ager of the Elks' club, who had been
confined to his homo for some time
with an acute attack of rheumatism,
has recovered and is again about town.
Charles E. Nyo, president of the
Skagway Light and Water company,
arrived in Juneau on the Alameda and
after a brief visit left for his home on
the Spokane. ,
Wether you like Havana or domes
tic cigars, you can get the kind you
like at Burford's. 2-16-tf
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Spatz Says
STOP!
LOOK!!
LISTEN!!! j|
ALASKAN I
HOTEL
Juneau's Leading Hostelry J! ;
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Steam heat, running hot and < > ,
cold water in all rooms?six- <? |
teen rooms with bath?strictly J [ ?
first class cafe?centrally locat- < ? .
ed?big sample rooms. Auto < ? '
meets all steamers?rates: 11.50 <
per day and up?commercial J J
trade solicited. ??
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P. L. Gemmett, Pres. & Mgr. ,,
F. H. McCoy, 8ecy-Treas. ^
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CLASSIFIED ADV.
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WANTED ? Position as cook and
waitress in mining camp or city, by I
two experienced women. Address Em
pire. 4-10-3L
WANTED?First class baker. Ap
ply Labor Department, Alaska-Gastln
eau Co. 11-4-tf
FOR RENT?Furnished rooms and
apartments, either single or ensuite
for housekeeping. Apply at office, No.
1, Hogan's Flats, phone 209. 11-11-tf
FOR RENT?Good furnished rooms.
Apply over Britt'B Pharmacy at Matt
Button's place. 120 Seward Street
3-18-tf .
FOR RENT?Signs can be had at
The Empire office.
FOR SALE. House and lot House
partly furnished. House 18x28. For
sale at a bargain If taken at once.
Owner going away. See Mrs. John S.
Anderson on Casey-Shattuck addition.
4-8-3t
LOST.?Between Juneau and Ebner
mine; bunch of keys. Please return
to D. D. Muir, 217 Fifth Btreet, or No.
2, Malony Building. 4-10-tf.
When hungry, hit the trail for the
Stampede, cor. Front and Franklin.
2-12-tf.
Try a want ad. in The Empire.
A YOUNG MAN'S CHOICE
of candies is > jpj to be commended if he makes it
a box of our chocolates and bon bona. No ono can
roslst their tempting appearance, no one can fail
to bo delighted with their exquisite flavor. A box
of our candies is certainly a key that will unlock
any feminine heart.
R. R. Hubbard - Douglas
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See T. of C.
; Tho SIGN MAN. for all kinds of SPRING \ \
I DECORATING at ! !
I Douglas Hardware Store ::
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j FOR RENTl
* Elegant furnUhed^cabinn. Enquire st t
\ RAINIER BAR, Douglas, Alaska :j
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: CLOTHING SHOES ?'
! LORENZO TEPPA ii
General Shoemaking I
\ St. Ann's Ave. Douglas, Alaska . .
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of DOUGLAS , p !
J handle* most everything, at tho lowest r ,
J cost price*. Call and look my stock over. V ,
J Wo are closing out our Shoo Department g )
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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
B. CONRAD, Prop.
RUDOLPH BLAHUT. Mnnaifcr
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer
On Draught
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;; CITY CAFE ::
.. ____________ Opera Houae Hotel ..
Beat meals in town for the money ?'
** We serve everything the market carries. *"
?' ^onn^? B?t of Service "
i i H. BERGER & J. HICKS. Props. !!
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When you visit Douglas drop in at the
CITY BAR
and try one of our apoclal fizz'a
FRONT STREET - DOUGLAS
I Alaska Furniture 8 Undertaking X
Company x
Funeral Directors & Embalmers X
Douulaa Alaska ?
BING HALLECK and ED ARM
STRONG
THE NORTHERN
Front Street
Douglas, Alaska
The place that sells Columbia
beer, at 5 cents a glass. Come
In and see our free moving pic
turo show, every night at eight
o'clock, four reels of fun and
pleasure, change of program ev- !
ery other day. Steam heated 1
rooms In connection. !
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? When you want ? i
! Hardware, Stoves, Furni- !!
! ture, Carpets, Linoleum, ! !
! Sashes, Guns, Electric Sup- !
! plies, Trunks, Suit Cases, !
Chinaware, Paints and Oils !
see mo ' j '
Julius Jensenj;:
? Douglas Alaska ? 1 ?
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T. PAVESIC :
Tailoring, Cleaning, Preasing and ?
REPAIRING :- I
The only reliable and up-to-date Tailor in ?
DOUGLAS. Work done neatly and quickly. 1
i DOUGLAS DYE WORKS $ j
? French method dry elranlnir. Our specialty | !
? SILK and SATIN DRESSES. Kid Glovea , ) .
? and White Shoes. Quick nervice. Work . . ,
? called for and delivered. Phone 52. . ( ,
George Curtis, Prop. t <
Clarence Hayes, Mgr. ; [ J
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HUNTER HOTEL
AMUSEMENT PARLORS
Spend your leasura time playing pool
and billiards. You are always welcome.
Come see me.
L. H. KIEST - DOUGLAS
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:: Don't Forget The ??
Home of Solo
.. We carry the beet wines end !
"* liquors and cigars In Douglas. ||
"Our home Is your home" ..
" Drop in and get acquainted at
the LITTLE DOUQLA8
.. Douglas Alaska ??
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For Fine Beverage and
The best of Even/thing
and the pleasanteet place to meet
Your Friends at
The Mascot Bar
Douglas ? - - Alaska
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IF\ouglas city barber shop ;;
JL-' U now located in their new quarters ..
where they are in a position to meet ? ?
and treat all alike. Our work and baths j '
siK-nk for themselves. Best of workman- , .
ship in the eity.-M*TZDO?r ahd Mills* ? ?
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ARE YOU GOIMG TO BUILD?
M M GIMSE mdNTB0!LDBE J
Builds houses both bis and small and does re
pair work at reasonable rates. See me at the
Douglas Hardware Store or Phone 55
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: Phone? Phone 52 ;;
:DOUGL A sjj
; Cleaners & Dyers ii
I Will open on or about the 10th. \ |
> giving speclnl attention to ladlos ? ?
evening gowns, silks; cleaning, j J
pressing, altering, repairing and > >
I dying. We also clean portiero, ! J
? laco curtains, gloves and corsets. ? ?
Feathers cleaned, dyed and !
| curled. Ladles' and gents' hats 1 1
! cleaned and ro-blocked. Panama ! !
; hats made to order. No spot- ''
. ting. Everything Is thoroughly ! !
| cleaned. Wo have the most mod- ' '
ern machines for French dry < !
| cleaning. Our motto?Good work j |
> and reasonable prices. All work ? ?
| called for and delivered prompt
? ly. Give us a trial. We gunran- ? ?
| tee to please you. ! !
: Geo. Curtis, Prop.: I
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SPRING SHOES I
at Goldstein's
Spring is here and with the season there arrived at our store as fine
a lot of Ladies' High Grade Shoes as it has been your pleasure to look
over in a long while. Easter is only a few days off, so now is the time
to attend to that most important part of your dress?Correct Footwear.
Following are a few of the select numbers you can find in our stock:
A Stunning Clothtop, Patent tfA
Button, on newest last. Price ?pO*OV/
The hit of the season. A Dull, Kid Colonial
Pump-one you will admire d*y|
Price tp^t.DU
A very pretty number is a Dull, Button Boot,
made for dressy street wear. AA ? -?
Price tpO.UU,
The real Mary Jane?we have them
in child's, misses and ladies.' Reason
ably priced.
We are now able to take care of you in all of our departments and
the same particular service extended you in our temporary location as
before.
Spring
Shoes
/p^JoJUNERU,nLASKR.
Spring
Shoes

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