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ALASKA DAILY EMPIRE |
Douglas branch office, Hubbard's ;
News Store, Telephone 19
Bert Howdeshell, Mgr.
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LYRIC TO REPEAT ITS
INTERESTING PROGRAM
DOUGLAS. April 16.?The following
interesting program will bo repeated
at the Lyric theatre tonight:
"A Sano Asylum." a Rex drama
which depicts the humane way in
which the Doctor handles the feeble
minded.
"Ohio Floods," showing the destruc
tion caused by high water and the
many homeless people.
"Making Paper," an educational
reel.
"Too Fond of Animals." an Euclair
i comedy. I
"Bessie's Suitors," a comedy iu
which Billy Quirk, the clever comedian
steals a march and also the clothes of
his chum, John, in order to win Bes
sie's love.
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BUY A TICKET AND HELP
KEEP PENNANT ON ISLAND
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DOUGLAS, April 16.?The report of
the 5 big league baseball games which
appeared exclusively in the Dally Em
pire last evening has served to intensi
fy the fever of the fans for something
to happeu here soon.
Tickets for the big baseball dance
arrived yesterday and today hun
dreds of them are being sold. Of
course, one does not have be a believer
in the virtues of the tango or even at
tend the dance. If they do not care
to, but local patriotism should induce
all those who can, to Invest in a dance
ticket, for the proceeds will go to
ward equipping the Douglas Island
baseball team with everything needful
to make the locals winners of the sea
son's championship again, as they did
last year.
Buy a ticket and help keep the pen
nant on Douglas Island.
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DOUGLAS NEWS NOTES I
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DOUGLAS. April 16. ? W. Jormau
will leavo Monday for the Interior, via
Cordova.
The City of Seattle arrived on the
Island at two o'clock this morning with
a small cargo for this port. Among
the passengers were Nels McKenzie
for Douglas and E. M. Bagley and
Charlotte Bagley for Trendwell. There
were twelve second class passengers
for the two ports.
The old rooms in the rear of the
Hunter hotel are being removed, and
will be replaced with a now structure
to be used as a store room and lava
tories. Barney Conrad, the proprietor,
is joining in the general Improvement!
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I schemes now going on in Douglas, and l
| is helping to make this a spotless town.
. A baby boy was born at !> o'clock j
this morning to Mr. and Mrs. George
Fleek.
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$100,000 PAID TODAY FROM
PAYROLL OF $145,000
TREADWELL, April 16?Today is
payday for the Treadwell company,
and by nightfall approximately one j
hundred thousaud dollars will have j
been distributed to workmen on the; i
Island, which in turn will find its way|i
into the various avenues of business. I (
Many of the workmen are construct-!
ing homes here, while many others i
draw only so much of their salaries as i
their necessities require, leaving large j I
balances with the company. Out of!
a total payroll this month of $145,000, i
| about $45,000 will be taken care of by
the company for the wage earners who ?
desire to save. ]
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TREADWELL NOTES
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TREADWELL, April 16. ? E. M. i
Bagler and wife arrived last night on i
the City of Seattle and will make this r
Island their future home. Mr. Bag- <
ler comes from the mines of the Gold- i
tield Consolidated and will take a po- t
sltion here in the cyanide plant. <
After a year's absence Ed. Widlund ?
has returned and is again employed (
as carpenter for the company. He is
working on the new olilce building. 1
The locomotive was running over- i
[time last night, with Allen at the 1
throttle. The train crew was busy
hauling crushed rock from near the ?
Ready Bullion to the concrete mixer '
ou the grounds of the new office build- i
ing which is under construction.
Frank Russell will leave in the morn
ing for an outing at Tenakee Springs. *
.Mr. Russell is employed at the Ready 1
Bullion. i
Thos. Riddle, of Seattle, has taken a
position in the machine shops. 1
The J. Jansen-Fuhr Scandinavian
Travel Festival, with eleven thousand J
feet of moving picture films, at the Ly- t
ric theatre on the evenings of Tues
day and Wednesday, April 21 and 22. t
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DR. J. LINNELL
Mechano-Therapist. Graduated in f
Sweden, Finland, and U. S. Office
Third St., Douglas, Alaska. Me- \
chano therapy, Swedish medical
gymnastics and massage. For ap- t
pointments, call Phone 23. t
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I NEW ]
S U I T SI
X JUST RECEIVED a large assortment of ?
? ladies and misses suits, in novelty and ?
? plain styles, every one a perfect model and ?
X in all the new shades, including wisteria, ?
? tango, mustard, Franch blue, reseda, black x
? and white and navy and white mixtures, ?
X also black and navy. SPECIALLY PRICED X
$20.00 to $35.00
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I "THE FASHION" |
| ANDERSON & JONES Phone 271 Guffey Bldg. |
FIVE HUNDRED BOXES FANCY
WINESAP APPLES
Worth $3.00, while they last $2.25 |
M. J. O'CONNOR Douglas |
1 ? /?v ? "I Down in Oroville. California. ?me yearn airo a lady boirnn
I 1 I IT r/rs I 111 making olive oil for distribution amon* her neighbor*, it wan
V J || V vj V J HJ[ no pure and delicate in tante that the whole country demand
ed it. It now han a reputation thruujthout the world. The
1 / \ 1 * only place in Doutflaa that this pure brand can be obtained in
3.I1C1 Cylives at 8enera^ store of P. H. FOX
ASK hX>R EHMANN OLIVE OIL AND OLIVES.
FIRST TERRITORIAL BANK OF ALASKA
Douglas, Alaska
Every facility for banking. Foreigri and domestic ex
change. Commercial accounts solicited. Interest allowed
on time deposits.
M. J. O'CONNOR, Pres. - - - A. E. GURR, Cashier
SPRING TIME IS PLANTING TIME
To dig in the soil and plant seeds, and then watch a garden spring
up aud 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
1HE QUALITY GROCERY STORE
H. A. DAHL, Proprietor
Phone S3 ? ? ? ? ? ? DOUGLAS, ALASKA
i| Douglas Opera House Hotel In Co lection ?
i: We serve the BEST BEER ?-_ ^ jl
o in Douglas for . . . cl VAlclSS
FREE MOVING PICTURES EVERY NIGHT 1
0 The Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars %
n PETE ROLANDO, Prop. Douglas, Alaska *
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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
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The Juneau Music House
TEN THOUSAND SELECTIONS of the World's Greatest Art- j{
ists in the EDISON, VICTOR and COLUMBIA
RECORDS to choose from
High Grade Pianos and Player Pianosat termsto^uiton '
Small Goods and Musical Merchandise SHEET MUSIC
ALASKA'S LARGEST MUSIC HOUSE
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| THREE STORKS | i
THE REXALL DRUG STORE JUNEAU MUSIC HOUSE FRONT STREET DRUG STORE
GUY L. SMITH, Mngr. Second and Seward Sts.
3d and D Sts, Douglas, Alaska ELMER E. SMITH, Propr. Douglas, Alaska
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New Arrivals
I WASH FABRICS
We have just opened our Spring line of wash fabrics, including crepe, satine, Swiss, mulls,
etc., in all the new shades, both plain and fancy weaves and patterns. Prices 15c and up.
HOUSE DRESSES and KIMONAS
New line just in. House dresses in gingham, percale, and seersucker.
Kimonas in silk crepe, etc., a fine selection of patterns and colors. All moderately priced.
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J REMNANT DAY
I We have decided to show remnants of the entire stock on the last Friday of each month.
On this date all remnants will be priced from one-half to one-fourth less. Watch for the ad.
ONE-HALF PRICE
A big selection of last season's, one-piece dresses in silk and wool, to close at one-half
price. Former prices were $16.50 to $35.00, now $8.25 to $17.50
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I Spring
Shoes
^^VUNERUmRSKR.
Spring
Shoes J
A trip to the old home for the Scandi
aavians. Admission 25 and 50 cents
On Tuesday night 5,000 feet of film
will be shown and a trip will be taken
through Norway. In this trip all the
uationul sports, industries and habits
jf the Norwegian people will be shown
ivith a glimpse of the midnight sun and
the world's famous fjords. Pictures ol
ill the quaint towns and villages will
be shown on the screen and the show
will be a veritable trip back home to
many people.
On Wednesday night the pictures
will be 6,000 feet of film of Sweden and
Denmark. 4-16-3t
MAUGHTY NATIVE MAIDENS
DRAW JAIL SENTENCES
DOUGLAS, April 16.?Daisy Howard
ind Alice James, two Native women
with a penchant for strong drink and
t reckless disregard for the decencies
>f cilization, are in jail today initiat
ng the first period of a ten-days' sen
encc for improper conduct. Their
:ompanions, John Avion and James
lackson, who were found in their
:ompany, were fined ten dollars each.
Daisy and Alice have been arrested
jefore and have a police record, which
s the reason they were given the
larder sentence.
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MARINE NOTES
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The Admiral Sampson left Cordova
it 5:30 yesterday morning and Is ex
acted to arrive in Juneau early to
norrow afternoon.
The Alameda is expected to arrive
rom the Westward Southbound at
nidnight tonight.
The City of Seattle, returning from
>kagway will sail South tomorrow af
ernoon.
The Humboldt, sailing from Seattle
?arly yesterday morning 1b expected
o arrive in Juneau Saturday.
The Dolphin was scheduled to sail
rom Seattle yesterday.
The Princess May will sail from
,'ancouver Saturday.
The Northwestern arrived from the
louth this morning enroute to the
Vcstward.
The Georgia, returning from Skag
vay will sail for Sitka at 2 p. m. to
norrow.
VOMEN'S SOCIAL UNION TO MEET
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The Woman's Social Union of the
>1. E. Church will meet Friday, April
7, at 2 p. m., at the home of Mrs.
Icorge Marshal. Visitors welcome.
INSURANCE QUALIFICATION.
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The Union, and Law Union and
lock insurance companies of London
Ingland, have filed qualification papers
rtih the Terltorlal Secretary.
FOR KENSINGTON.
Supt. B. B. Nelding of the Kenslng
on mines, J. G. Shepard and W. R.
Lustln, left for Kensington on the
leorgia this morning.
BIG CUT IN PRICES
Spring sale of wall paper?OVER
TOOK ED. American Paint Co., op
osite Doran's Drug Store. 4-16-3t.
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? I PERSONAL MENTION
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> George Max Esterly, the well known
i Copper river mining man, passed
i through Juneau on the Northwestern
enrouto to Cordova. He was accom
! panied by Mrs. Esterly.
[ H. R .Plate, the well known New
York mining engineer who was here
i last year, returned to Juneau on the
City of Seattle this morning,
i Volney Richmond, Alaska manager
of the Northern Commercial company,
, passed through Juneau on the North
western enroute to Fairbanks.
B. Pinder, who formerly had an as
say office in Juneau, arrived from the
South on the City of Seattle this morn
ing.
S. R. Weiss, well known mining
man of the Fairbanks section, passed
through Juneau on the Northwestern
enroute to his home. He was accom
panied by Mrs. Weiss.
W. T. Lucas, former city clerk for
the City of Juneau, took passage on
? the Northwestern this morning for
: Soward.
I E. B. Wheat, well known business
man of Valdez accompanied by Mrs.
Wheat, is a passenger aboard the
Northwestern enroute home.
Victor E. Spaulding and F. Spaulding
returned to Juneau on the City of Seat
tle this morning.
Allen Shattuck, Juneau agent for
the Northland Steamship company, is
able to be about again after a seige of
the mumps.
FEW LEAVE ON NORTHWESTERN.
The following took passage on the
Northwestern: For Cordova ? John
Sherich, Bob Bech; for Seward?T. H.
Doolittle, W. T. Lucas, Gus Peterson
and wife.
Launch for Sale.
Twenty-four roet long, 7% h. p. en
gine, all in first class condition; own
er will sell cheap on account of going
away. Enquire at Little Douglas Bar
from 8 to 4 daily. 4-11-7L
Galvanizing done by G. Roene, Sans
Souccl Bldg., Douglas.
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A YOUNG MAN'S CHOICE
of candies In aura to be commended If he makes it
a box of our chocolates and bon bona. No ono can
resist their tempting appearance, no one can fail
to bo delighted with their exquisite flavor. A box
of our candles is certs inly a key that will unlock
any feminine heart.
R. R. Hubbard - Douglas
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See T. of C.
; I The 8IGN MAN. for all kinds of SPRING | | I
! ! DECORATING at , ]
: Douglas Hardware Store ;: j
Til ill 11 iniiiiM'mmiiiT
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. Manager
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer
On Draught
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J CITY CAFE
with Douglas i
| Opera House Hotel ..
? ? Best meals in town for the money
?' Wo serve everything tho market carries. * J
?' Also furnished rooms gctt 0f Service ? ?
?' in connection. . ,
H. BERGER & J. HICKS. Props. . ,
Ti in 11 in 111 n minimi
When you visit Douglas drop in at tho
CITY BAR
and try one of our special fizx's
FRONT STREET - DOUGLAS
i Alaska Furniture 8 Undertaking
Company <'
Funeral Directors & Embalmers 31
Douglas Alaska
BING HAI.LECK and ED ARM
STRONG
THE NORTHERN
Front Street
Douglas, Alaska
The placo that sells Columbia
beer, at 5 cents a glass. Come
In and Bee our free moving pic
ture Bhow, every night at eight
o'clock, four reels of fun and
pleasure, change of program ev
ery other day. Steam heated
rooms in connection.
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i i When you want ' '
!! Hardware, Stoves, Furni- ..
! I ture, Carpets, Linoleum, ..
31 Sashes, Guns, Electric Sup- j!
I plies, Trunks, Suit Cases, .
I Chinaware, Paints and Oils .
1 1 boo mo , ,
:: Julius Jensen;:
? i Douglas AUaka ? J
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T. PAVESIC
Tailoring, Cleaning, Pressing and
-: REPAIRING
Ths only reliable and up-to-date Tailor In
DOUGLAS. Work done neatly and quickly.
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IMrs.NELS.G. JOHNSON J
of DOUGLAS $
handles most overythlng. at tho lowest }?
cost prices. Call and look my stock over. J
We are cloaing out our Shoe Department , J
at very low prices. J
HUNTER HOTEL
AMUSEMENT PARLORS
Spend your laoaurs time playlne pool
and billiards. You are always welcome.
Come see mo.
L. H. KIEST - DOUGLAS
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?' CLOTHING SHOES ?'
:: LORENZO TEPPA::
General Shoemaking !I
!! St. Ann's Ave. Douglas, Alaska . >
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For Fine Beverage and
The best of Everything
and the pleasanteat place to meet
Your Frlenda at
The M ascot Bar
Douglas - ? ? Alaska
.-r.H-H"I"I"l I-l'M-l ?I-I-H-i-H-H-l -t- ?
;; P\OUGLAS CITY BARBER SHOP \ j
.. Lr in now located In their new quarters ..
whore they are In a position to meet ? ?
* * and treat all alike. Our work ami baths * *
.. speak for themselves. Best of workman- . ,
? ? ship in the city.?Matz dorp and Miller ? ? *
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ARE YOU GOING TO BUILD?
M.M.GIMSE TSS& I
Builds houses both bbr and small and loee re
pair work at reasonable rates. See me at the
Douglas Hardware Store or Phone 55
:: Juneau Douglas ;;
:: Phone-- Phone 52;:
ALASKA
; j Cleaners & Dyers II
11 Will open on or about the 10th. | |
? ? giving special attention to ladles . ?
11 evening gowns, silks; cleaning, | |
? ? pressing, altering, repairing aud ? ?
11 dying. We also clean portlors,
? ? lace curtains, gloves and corsets. > ?
! I Feathers cleaned, dyed and |
? ? curled. Ladies' and gents' hats ? j
I I cleaned and re-blocked. Panama ! !
'; hats made to order. No spot- ; |
II ting. Everything is thoroughly !
'' cleaned. Wo have the most mod- ' '
I! ern machines for French dry i .
; J cleaning. Our motto?Good work | |
? ? and reasonable prices. All work '< '?
| I called for and delivered prompt- ] |
< > ly. Give us a trial. We guarnn- ' ?
11 tee to please you. ' j
ii Geo. Curtis, Prop.:
Tl II lllilllllMIIIIIIIOII '
j FOR RENT;
f Elegant furnUhedlcabina. Enquire at I
!: RAINIER BAR, Douglas, Alaska

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