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* ? 1 I ALASKA DAILY EMPIRE Douglas branch office. Hubbard's News Store, Telephone 19 Bert Howdeshell, Mgr. ?_ + LYRIC THEATRE TO REPEAT GOOD PROGRAM DOUGLAS. April 30.?The following good program will be repeated at the , Lyric theatre tonight: , "Baby." a splendid Majestic drama that will appeal strongly to the heart. "Life's Lottery." a two-reel feature. This film shows the evils and sorrows caused by an unhappy marriage for money. "Law or I July." a drama by the Champion Co.: interesting to the end. ? + I I DOUGLAS NEWS NOTES ? ?'! DOUGLAS. April 30.?Mrs. \V. Stubbins. who had anticipated leaving ] on the Humboldt for a trip to Europe, i found- it necessary to delay her trip ; until the arrival of the Dolphin which ? will be due to arrive from the South s Friday utoruiug. I After spending a couple of days t here, the forest boat Hanger left this morning for Seymour and Vance isl and. Forester James Allen is in charge and he is looking after the gov ernment's interests' in the forest re serve of this district. A new electric hardware sign now illuminates the Minkove hardware store and shows to advantage his ar tistic window displays. The City of Seattle, sailing at nine o'clock took the following passengers from Douglas: Mrs. C. A. Pittelko, Carl J. Linn. A. A. Coslet and F. C. il Anderson, all of them destined for Se- t attle. Tonight is Wal^irgis night, when I witches are out and hobgoblins cut i up capers under the pale glances of the moon. Revelry Is to bo rampant Among the fairies tills night, accord ing to fancy's lore. Steamboat Alice left this morning for another boom of logs. A new pro peller wheel has just arrived for her which will be installed us soon as she returns. Wharfinger Kilburn Informs us that thirteen boats have landed at the City wharf between *7 o'clock Sunday night and 4 o'clock this morning, all of them coming In the night. HUMOROUS PROGRAM FOR TONIGHT'S SWIMMING CARNIVAL ? ? TREADWELL, April 30.?Athletic Director Thomas McDonald has inter spersed enough humorous features in to the program for tonight's swimming :aruival to enliven the affair from start to ffhish. Perhaps the most di verting stunt will be the shoo raoe, wherein a dozeiP numbered tennis ihoes will be thrown into the tank ind the swimmers likewise numbered, nust select their corresponding shoe, put it on aud make the goal. The di verting part will come whon the twimtners tight for possession of the ?hoe which belongs to them, and at the same time prevent contestants from lading their trophies. Following is he order of events: 25-yard speed race. 5t)-yard speed race. 200-yard special race. Obstacle race. Shoe race. Dressing and undressing race. Demonstration of life saving. Finn horse. Two ladies' races of 25 yards each. Fancy diving. Egg and spoon races for boys. Two relay races. The program will begin at 8:15 aud luring the intervals the Treadwell j land will furnish music. ?+? '1FTY DOLLARS REWARD ? For nformation as to whereabouts of George Gennose; aged about 26 years; 5 ft. $ in. high; 15$ pounds weight; dark compelxloq; hair and eyes dark; eye slightly cockod; occupation, car penter; wearing black broadcloth Bult when last seen; Greek nationality, spenking broken English. Leave in formation at police department Juneau or Douglas.?Johu Valeson. 4-30-6t. DEPARTMENT BASEBALL TEAMS ARRANGE SEASON SCHEDULE TREADWELL, April 30.?Baseball players of the various departments of the Treadwell company are arrang ing their schedules for the summer's baseball contests. Four teams, re cruited from the Ready Bullion mine, tho machine shops, the store and the cyanide plant, have formed a four cornered tournament and will battle for championship; the first game to bo played on the Treadwell grounds, Monday, May 11th. There will be played a series of eight games to "decide the champion ship. and it is expected that about as much enthusiasm will dovolop among adherents of the various department teams as will be shown for the big leaguers when they meet their oppo aents from across the chaunel. +- * MARINE NOTES + + The Dolphin will be due to arrive from the South tomorrow. The Princess May will be due to arrive from the South tomorrow. The Northwestern sails from Seat tle tonight. The Spokane sails from Seattle to night. The City of Seattle sailed South last night The Humboldt sailed South last night. The Georgia is in Sitka. The Meteor will arrive tomorrow. + * PERSONAL MENTION i - George Welsh and Mrs. Welsh took passage on the City of Seattle last night for the States. They will trav el for a time before settling perma nently. Pilot Grant, who brought the Kelly up from Seattle to Chatham for the George T. Meyers cannery, is return ing to Puget Sound aboard the City of Seattle. J. P. Whitney of the firm of Whitney and Pedlar, Whitehorse, passed through Juneau on the City of Seattle last night enroute to Prince Edward's island on business. He expects to re turn in six weeks. R. J. Franklin and Mrs. Franklin ar rived from the Sunny South on the last trip of the Admiral Sampson and ex pect to make their home in Alaska. Sid D. Terry came in from Perse verance today. Rev. C. R. Swenson left on the City of Seattle last night for Vancouver. A. Van Mavern took passage on the City of Seattle for Ketchikan. DEPARTING ON SEATTLE. The following took passage for the South on the City of Seattle last night: For Seattle?George Welsh and wife, Hugo Meyer, Henry Steinholt, W. H. Leonard: for Vancouver?Rev. C. R. Swenson; for Ketchikan?A. Van Mav ern, William Semar, J. Close, William LaVilli and William Burns. NEW OFFICES FOR SOWERBY. ] I. Sowerby. agent for the Swan Nav igation company, the Portland Steam ship company and various insurance companies is establishing himself in jew offices in the Seward building, sharing a portion of the Frelman book store. A STORY IN NINE WORDS. American Paint Co.?fine wall paper -extra low prices. 4-30-3t. YOU CAN GET IN. The dirt and debris is now pretty veil cleared away on Second avenue ind you can get in to see those new pring and summer woolens. When you get in we will take your irder and when you get In to the suit ou will feet that you get in right. F. WOLLAND, Merchant Tailor. FOR SALE ? House and lots In ? louglas. All line building sites. War- 4 inty deeds. BING HALLECK. 4-29-tf ^ ~ 4 WHEN .THE DOCTOR SEES YOU bring a prescription to tills pharmacy, he knows that his efforts will not be thwarted either by poor drugs or in accurate compounding. We have a reputation among physicians for per fect prescription work. You can take their opinion as authoritative and bring your prescriptions here to bo filled. "There's a Reason." Phone 3. Doran's Prescription Pharmacy. 4-24-tf There will be a dance next Thurs day night in the Croatian Club hall, Douglas, given by the Croatian Mando lin Club. Admission, $1.00; ladies, free. Good music and good order. Ev erybody welcome. 4-28-3t. Coffee, better than your mother ever made, at the Sampede Restaurant.? ?2-19-tf. Have you seen the latest sofa pil low designs? Stamped on a superior quality of linen.?Mrs. Albert Berry, Tho Vogue Shop, opp. Orpheum. Tues., Thurs., Set. Three-room cabin, furnished, for rent; $10 monthly. Anderson and Bar ragar, P. 0. store. Phono 54 Galvanizing done by G. Roene, San3 Souccl Bldg., Douglas. 1: HI II! Ill I II ill ill til II H GROCERIES MEN'S GOODS ? M. J. O'CONNOR Douglas ? ? ?Bi??m?W?BMP?B?BMI^?? 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. 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 and grow into delicious foo is a natural and healthy diversion. I 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 53 ? ? ? ? ? ? DOUGLAS, ALASKA 1" " """"I II Douglas Opera House Hotel If Connection ? ( o We serve the BEST BEER ? <? in Douglas for . . . d vildSS 33 O FREE MOVING PICTURES EVERY NIGHT 33 3 3 The Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars 3 3 33 PETE ROLANDO, Prop. Douglas, Alaska 33 HOWARD, HAMILTON, WAL THAM and ELGIN WATCHES Large Stock on Hand, At v FACTORY PRICES SPECIAL 7-Jeweled Watch, Good Time- c keeper? I >' ONLY $7,00 PAUL BLOEDHORN ? Expert Repairing Douglas Ijn The Juneau Music House \\ * : _ ? TEN THOUSAND SELECTIONS of the World's Greatest Art- g ists in the EDISON, VICTOR and COLUMBIA || RECORDS to choose from <: _ __ ? high Grade Pianos and Player Pianosat on * Small Goods and Musical Merchandise SHEET MUSIC ALASKA'S LARGEST MUSIC HOUSE THREE STORES | $ I THE REXALL DRUG STORE GUY L. SMITH. Mngr. 3d and D Sts, Douglas, Alaska JUNEAU MUSIC HOUSE Second and Sewafti Sts. ELMER E. SMITH, Propr. FRONT STREET DRUG STORE I V Douglas, Alaska MUMBBHBMl 3C iiStanleyii ::THE MAN WHO DOES:: :: your :: Sign Painting ;; House Painting and ;; Decorating ? i ; 226 SECOND STREET ? ? Phone 94 ?I I 1 I I 1 I I 1 I 1 1 I I I I I I I 1 1 I I !*!? ????????????????????????? ? 4 3 Home Cooking and Good Meals 3 3 3 at 35 cents 3 I 3 Also Furnisned Rooms 3 3 ? Andrew Sipola d?h*u. <t\ ????????????????????????? J. LIMNELL | Mechano-Thcrapi*t. < > . Office Third St., Douglas <> Mechano-Theraphy. Swedish Med 3 3 ical Gymnastics and Massage. < > For Appointment Call Phone23 "J J Are You Going to Build. Are you going to repair your ( house. See GEORGE E. BROWN, , Contractor and Builder. Douglas. + ? KXXXXXXXXXXV<XXXXXXXXXX^ 1 When you want f ? FRESH MILK & CREAM \ Rember you eoa have it delivered daily to J 1 your homo by ; [ j Eggen Bros.-Tlie Douglas Dairy jj ] j 111 m n 1 m i m m 11 n i ;? 'Phone 2-4-2. 128 Front St. ; CL 9 DRBSSING shearers iarior ?? We do Cleaning, Preeelng and ? || Repairing. II ? ? Our Motto-?Thoy always come ? ? back We call and deliver [ [ II Good Work. Prompt Service. || llll 1 111 111 1 111 1 II 1 11 1 1 11 i: Juneau Transfer Co.!: PHONE 48 I! WE ALWAYS HAVE j! COAL | Moving Carefhllp Don.* STORAGE \\ < ? Baggage to and from All Boats * | 37 FRONT ST.' I NOT THE BEST CAFE \\ in the WHOLE WORLD || O 4 > <1 4 > but the best in Juneau 4 ? 4 > 4 h 4 > < . < ? if The ALASKAN CAFE \\ 4 ? A. T. SPATZ, Prop. . ? < ? A 4 ? < > < > Heidelberg i LIQUOR CO., Inc. !; i ? Largest 8tock Beat Brands of <, II IMPORTED and D0ME8TIC <? LIQUORS and WINE8 for <; ? FAMILY U8E o | Mall Orders Phone 388 11 J A Specialty Free Delivery < | A YOUNG MAN'S CHOICE >t candies b sure to b? commendod If ho makan M i box of our chocolates ami bon bona. No ona?a* resist their tempting appearance, no on# can fas M be delighted with their exqublto flavor. A hoot >f our candles b certainly a key that will wslsslr iny feminine heart. R. R. Hubbard - Douglas hi imiiiiiiiHiimimi See T. of C. | The SIGN MAN, for all kinds at SPRING 1 1 DECORATING at \ ! Douglas Hardware Store winiiiiiiiim'iiMiMi > 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 IILAHUT, Manager Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer On Draught I I I 111 I 111 I 1 !? 1 I 1 I I 1 I I I I 11 I CITY CAFE X&Xectlon t .. __________ Opera House Hotel X ? ? Beat moala in town for the money 4* *" Wc serve everything the market carrion. T - ti'S.'SST"?1 I ;; H. BERGER & J. HICKS. Props. f Tj111111111111111111111111 When you visit Douglas drop in at the CITY BAR and try one of our special fizz's FRONT STREET - DOUGLAS ?<???????????<???????????? I Alaska Furniture 8 Undertaking " Company \ | Euneral Directors & Embalmers J! Douglas Alaska < > I BINU HALLECK and ED ARM STRONG THE NORTHERN Front Street 1 Douglas, Alaska ? ' The place that sells Columbia *? beer, at 5 cents a glass. Come j In and see our free moving pic- " ture show, every night at eight Jj o'clock, four reelB of fun and ' pleasure, change of program ev- ? ?ery other day. Steam heated "t rooms in connection. 1 ? -h iiiH111111111111111111 : < ' When you want ? ? J I Hardware, Stoves, Furni- !! j I ture, Carpets, Linoleum, !! ] -Sashes, Guns, Electric Sup- ! iplies, Tiunks, Suit Cases, ! !' Chinaware, Paints and Oils ! ace mo ' ' ? jj Julius Jensen 1 1 Douglas Alaska ? ? a ? mi 11111111111111111111 it : T. PAVESIC Tailoring, Cleaning, Pressing and REPAIRING J Tl ? only reliable and up-to-date Tailor in I J DOUGLAS. Work done noatiy and quickly. ? \ iMrs.NELS.G.J0HNSON | \ 7 of DOUGLAS \ \ 2 thandlca most everything, at tho lowcet / J 5 <-coat price*. Call and look my stock over., J J "Wo aro cloaina out our Shoe Deportment K J 5 ?at vary low price*. ; J j! HUNTER HOTEL AMUSEMENT PARLORS Spend your leasure tirao playinx pool and billiards. You are always welcome. Come see me. l. ii. kiest . douglas I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I \\ LORENZO TEPPA\\ General Shoemakinr '' !! Clothing, Shoes, Gents' Furnish- ! ! ;) ings, Tobacco and Cigars. ; j ;; St. Ann's Ave. Douglas, Alaska 1 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I 11 11 I 11 11 H I ! For Fine Beverage and The best of Everything and the pleasantest place to meet Your Friends st The M ascot Bar Douglas ? ? ? Alaska III 1 111 1 111 11 I 11 111 I 1 1 I 11 ; ;; P\ouglas city barber shop ;; .. is now located in their new quarters , , whore they are in a position to meet ? ? * ' nnd treat all alike. Our work and bathe ' j .. speak for themselves. Best of workmen- . , ? ? ship in the city.-MATZDour and Mn.uvt ? ? l-ll 1 111 1 111 111 111 1 1 1 I 1 1 ll'' ARE YOU GOINGJTO BUILD? M.M.GIMSE OTSBS Builds houses both bitr end smell sad docs re pair work at reasonable rates. See ate at the Douglas Hardware Store or Phone 55 1 t : Juneau Douglas ;: : Phone 299 Phone 52 :: ALASKA i Cleaners & Dyers ii : Are Now Open : ? ? giving special attention to ladles ? ? ) evening gowns, silks; cleaning, \ j. ? pressing, altering, repairing and ? ? | dying. We also clean portiere, | | ? lace curtains, gloves and corsets. ? > | Feathers cleaned, dyed and [ ? curled. Ladies' and gents' hats ? > I cleaned and re-blocked. Panama j j ; hats made to order. No spot- ? 1 L ting. Everything is thoroughly ! [ cleaned. Wc have the most mod- j j . em machines for French dry ! ! J cleaning. Our motto?Good work 1 1 . and reasonable prices. All work ! ! ? called for and delivered prompt- ' J . ly. Give us a trial. We guaran- ! I j tee to please you. [ j j Geo. Curtis, Prop.:: II I I I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH^ I 963CX3t3tXX36X36XXX36XSt363CKS6S3636? 1 DOUGLAS BLACKSMITH SHOP [ Sid Johnson and Andrxw Brant \ Hlackumithing ami Genera] Repair Work. ! Homcuhoeinif. boat repairing and wagon ! making. Agency for Regal Gaa Engine. ! | Front St.. opp. New Bank DOUGLAS < Suits $2.50 /^ctunerujpmskr. Suits $2.50 $10.00 to $18.00 Values, $2.50 Ou r ntir stock ' Young Men's suits to close?sizes thirteen to eighteen years " " * ? * ? . To close same out quickly we are making $10.00 to $18.00 Values $2.50 ? We carry the famous Adler dress gloves exclusively The Juneau Home of Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes rnoiHianHHBHBi Exclusive Agents Mallory Hats '