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ALASKA DAILY EMPIRE
Douglas branch office, Hubbard's
News Store, Telephone 19
Bert Howdeshell, Mgr.
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DOUGLAS CANDY KITCHEN
REMOVING TO JUNEAU
DOUGLAS. April 22.?The stock and
fixtures of the Douglas Candy Kitchen
are being moved today on the Lone
Fisherman for Juneau where a loca
tion has been secured under the Opera
House, which will hereafter be the lo
cation of the business of Hile and
Keist.
Everything is in readiness for the
baseball dance tonight. A large
crowd Is expected from all the chan
nel cities.
Mr. Brown announces that the skat
ing rink will be open every Sunday
afternoon and evening during the sum
mer months.
BIG BLUE GROUSE FLIES
THROUGH TRANSOM WINDOW
DOUGLAS. April 22?A big blue
grouse, one of the prettiest and larg
est of the species, came down from
the hills this forenoon and crashed
through one of the transom windows
of the Northern Bar. It fluttered for
a while and died within ten minutes.
The impact of the bird shattered the
glass and caused some excitement
among the visitors in the place. The
proprietors of the place will have the
bird mouuted by a taxidermist and
keep it on exhibition.
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TREADWELL NOTES
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TREADWELL. April 22. ? "Babe
Sample has been transferred from
the machine shops to the position of
conductor on the ore train running
from the central hoist to mills 240 and
300.
John S. Duncan will leave on the
Northwestern tonight for Nauaimo and
Vancouver for a visit of a few weeks
with his relatives and friends. This
will be the lirst trip out for Mr. Dun
can in ten years.
The foundations for 2 more of the
Ferris bungalows have been started;
two of them now being nearly com
pleted.
Debris from the old Treadwell hoist
which was burned some months ago.
has nearly all been removed, and the
place is being cleaned up.
Thomas James went to work this
morning on the ore train. Mr. James
was formerly an engineer for the
Treadwell company but has spent the
past ten years in Ketchikan, Port
| laud canal and other parts of Alaska
and British Columbia where he has
engaged in mining and prospecting.
He is welcomed back to the Island by
the old timers.
Firemen's meeting Friday night.
| four reels of pictures and a social
time.
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DOUGLAS NEWS NOTES
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Maurice Casey, brother of Pat Casey,
assistant cashier of the First Terri
torial Bank, arrived here yesterday
from Chicago, and will make this his
j future home.
Dr. John Kaihala. a physician and
surgeon of Virginia, Minnesota, arrived
in Douglas yesterday and will make
this his future home.
FOR RENT.?House suitable for a
store or boarding house with rooms in
connection. Phone Douglas 54. 4-15-tf
FOR SALE, CHEAP?Small, second
hand housekeeping outfit, complete,
suitable for two, baching. Call be
tween 4 and S p. m. Old Friends
Church, upstairs, Douglas. 4-21-3L
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Are You Going to Build.
Are you going to repair your
house. See GEORGE E. BROWN,
Contractor and Builder. Douglas.
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FIVE HUNDRED BOXES FANCY
WINESAP APPLES
Worth $3.00, while they last $2.25 |
M. J. O'CONNOR Douglas 1|
SEED POTATOES, ONION SETS, GARDEN SEEDS
and FLOWER SEEDS
P. H. FOX 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.
U. 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 j
up and grow into delicious too is a natural and healthy diversion. 1
It is a money saver as welL Good gardens may be grown with our
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS
THE QUALITY GROCERY STORE
H. A. DAHL, Proprietor
Phone 53 ? ? ? ? ? ? DOUGLAS, ALASKA
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; Douglas Opera House Hotel In Connection ^
We serve the BEST BEER r Hilaec
in Douglas for . . . a VjlaSS 3 3
33 FREE MOVING PICTURES EVERY NIGHT 33
3 , The Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars 33
3 3 PETE ROLANDO, Prop. Douglas, Alaska 33
MOWAKD, 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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COMPLETE CHANGE, LYRIC
Sweden and Denmark.
Douglas, April 22.?Six thous
and foot of moving pictures und
colored slides showing the gran
deur of Sweden and Denmark to
night, showing the Scandinav
ians, their old homes and scenes
of their childhood. A large
crowd viewed the Norwegiau
scenes last night and pronounced
them perfect.
In this trip all the National
sports, industries and hnbtls of
i the Scandinavian people will be
shown with a glimpse of the
midnight sun and tho world's
famous fjords. Pictures of all
the quaint towns and villages
will be shown on the screen and
the show will bo a veritable trip
back to Sweden and Denmark.
To conclude with a humorous |
i farco in moving picture. Admls- |
| slon 25 and 50 cents.
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MARINE NOTES
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The Princess May Is scheduled to
leave for the South tomorrow at 7 a.
m.
The Spokane, returning from Skag
way. will sail South late tomorrow
night.
The Northwestern, arriving from the
Westward, is expected to sail South
at 6 o'clock tomorrow morning.
The Al-Ki is expected to arrive from
the South Friday.
The Mariposa, arriving from the
South, sailed Westward Inst night.
The Georgia, arriving from Skag
way. Is billed to sail for Sitka tomor
row morning.
The Iji Touche arrived from the
j South last night.
; The Santa Ana arrived from the
I South this morning.
The Admiral Evans is scheduled to
all from Seattle Saturday.
The Jefferson, sailing from Seattle
last night, should arrive in Juneau
Saturday.
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PERSONAL MENTION
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Mrs. Henry LaFrance, wife of the
well knawn carpenter and contractor,
arrived on the Mariposa last night
joining her husband in Juneau.
Mrs. William McBride, wife of Ju
neau's city marshal who took passage
on the Mariposa for Juneau, stopped
over In Ketchikan to visit with their
son of that place.
Howard A. Malone returned to Ju
neau on the Mariposa last night. His
mother and sister remained In the
States.
Mrs. Ed. Webster was a returning
passenger on the Mariposa last night.
T. F. Kennedy, president of the First
National Bank of Juneau, returned
from Ketchikan on the Mariposa last
night.
Charles S. Black, of Nelchina, who
has been In Juneau for several weeks,
left on the Admiral Evans for Seward
last night.
Brice H. Howard, of Nelchina, was
a passenger on the Admiral Evans go
ing to Seward. He just returned from
a two wekks* trip to Seattle.
W. C. T. U. TO MEET.
W. C. T. U. will meet ir. the Presby
terian church Thursday afternoon,
April 23, at 2:30. Visitors are wel
come. MRS. J. C. HYDE. Secy.
BABY GIRL FOR WATTS.
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The stork visited the home of Mr.
and Mrs. P. S. Watt at Sheop creek last
night and left a beautiful baby girl.
The family physician reports mother
ahd child are prospering.
NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS
AND THE PUBLIC.
Any person or corporation now build
ing or preparing to build any struc
ture of whatsoever character within
the limits of the City of Juneau are
hereby notified that building permits,
as stipulated by Ordinance No. 130,
passed and approved by the City Coun
cil on the 7th day of March, '1913, must
be obtained before the beginning of
any construction work of whatsoever
nature. Permits will be issued only
upon application in writing addressed
to the Building Inspctor of the City of
Juneau and delivered at the City
Clerk's office; and further all such ap
plications must comply with said Or
dinance. Further, any persons or cor
porations having structures erected
since the beginning of January 1, 1914,
are hereby notified to also comply with
tjiis Ordinance under penalty stipu
lated In said Ordinance.
Dated at Juneau, Alaska, April 20,
1914. C. W. WINSTEDT,
?4-20-3t. Building inspector.
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 Pianos" S??sto suE ?"
Small Goods and Musical Merchandise SHEET MUSIC
ALASKA'S LARGEST MUSIC HOUSE
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THREE STORES
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(THE REXALL DRUG STORE
GUY L. SMITH. Mngr.
3d and O Sts, Douglas, Alaska
JUNEAU MUSIC HOUSE
Second and Seward SU.
ELMER E. SMITH, Propr.
FRONT STREET DRUG STORE
Douglas, Alaska
New Arrivals
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 mpderately priced.
REMNANT DAY
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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
Spring
Shoes
/^oJUNERUtHLRSKR.
Spring
Shoes
U. S. INSPECTOR RETURNS.
Cnpt. G. H. Whitney, U. S. Inspector
of hulls and boilers for Alaska, re
turned on the Spokane today from
Wrangell where he was called on offi
cial business. The Admiral Evans
made a special trip in to Wrangell go
ing South last trip to land Capt. Whit
ney and party.
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DR. J. LINNELL
Mechano-Theraplst. Graduated in
: Sweden, Finland, and U. S. Office
Third St., Douglas, Alaska. Me
chano therapy, Swedish medical
gymnastics and massage. For ap
pointments, call Phone 23.
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| FRESH MILK & CREAM |
J Rcmber you can h?v*tt dcltvored daily to ;![
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The Fish Man
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11 Douglas Alaska \ J
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THE CLOCK YOU HAVE READ 30
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We do Cleaning, Pressing and ??
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back
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: LIQUOR CO., Inc.:;
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;; IMPORTED and DOMESTIC
LIQUOR8 and WINE8 for j;
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ALASKA JEWELRY CO.
Douglas - - ,e - - Alaska
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A YOUNG MAN'S CHOICE
of candies la aura to bo commended If he makes It
a box of our chocolates and bon bona. No one can
resist their tempting appearance, no one can fall
to be 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.
; ; The SIGN MAN. for all kinds of SPRING \ \
DECORATING at . .
;: Douglas Hardware Store : I
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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, Manager
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer
On Draught
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| CITY CAFE ^tertlon ::
.. ??Opcru House Hotel ..
Boat meals in town for the money ? ?
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" In'conncctJom1 r0om* Best of Service "
| H. BERGER & J. HICKS. Props. .
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When you visit Douglas drop in at the
CITY BAR
and try one of our special fizz's
FRONT STREET - DOUGLAS
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BING HALLECK and ED AKM
STRONG
THE NORTHERN
Front Street
Douglas, Alaska
Tho 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 ev
ery other day. Steam heated
rooms In connection.
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!! Hardware, Stoves, Furni- !!
I ture, Carpets, Linoleum, !
Sashes, Guns, Electric Sup- !
! plies, Trunks, Suit Cases, !
! Chinaware, Paints and Oils !
sco mo
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Tailoring, Cleaning, Pressing and
REPAIRING
The only reliable and up-to-date Tailor in
DOUGLAS. Work done neatly and quickly.
| Mr#. NELS. G. JOHNSON \
I ? of DOUGLAS
; J; handles rooet everything, at tho lowest f
J coat price*. Call and look my stock over, r'
We are closing out our Shoe Department Q
at very low prices. . * >
HUNTER HOTEL
AMUSEMENT PARLORS
Spend rear leasura tim? playing pool
and Miliaria. You aro always weleoese.
Come s<* mo.
L. H. KIEST - DOUGLAS
\\ LORENZO TEPPA ?;
General Shoemakinf
! ! Clothing, Shoes, Gents' Furnish- j
;; ings, Tobacco and Cigars. < 1
; St. Ann'8 Ave. Douglas, Alaska < 1
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For Fine Beverage and
The best of Every thing
and the pleasanteat place to meet
Your Friends at
The Mascot Bar
Douglas ? ? -f Alaska
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;; P\OUGLAS CITY BARBER SHOP | |
.. ia now located in their new Quarter* , ,
where they aro in a position to meet ? ?
* * and treat all alike. Our work and baths ' '
.. speak for themsolrc*. Beat of workman- , ,
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ARB tOU GOING TO BCILDt
M.M.GIMSE.TOtd?J
Builds houses both bis and small sad does re
pair work at reasonable rates. Sea me at the
Douglas Hardware Store or Pheoe 85
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ALASKA i:
ii Cleaners & Dyers ;
:: Are Now Open ;I
? ? giving special attention to ladles . .
\) evening gowns, silks; cleaning; j )
? ? pressing, altering, repairing aad.< ?
11 dying. Wo also clean portiere, J |
? ? lace curtains, gloves and corsets. < ?
! Feathers cleaned, dyed and J |
1 > curled.' Ladles' and gents' hats ? >
! cleaned and re-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 ' '
. . and reasonable prices. All work ! '?
| j called for and delivered prompt- ' '
? ? ly. Give us a trial. We guaran- ! 1
|| tee to please you. 1 1
; | Geo. Curtis, Prop.:;
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I DOUGLAS BLACKSMITH SHOP \
( Sid Johnson and Andrsw Brant i
? I Blackamlthln* and G?n*nU Repair Work. E
! J' Honwshoolna. boat repairing and wagon I
I making. Agency for Regal Gaa Engine. I
\t. Front St. opp. Now Bank DOUGLAS i

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