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NELSON'S AUTO STAGE
Juneau-Sheep Creek Route
Leaves June iu 6:15 a. hi., 11:30
a. m., and 5:00 p. m. Leaves Sheep
Creek 7:30 a. m.. 1:00 p. m.. and
6:30 p. m. \Aednesdays, same as
above with extra 3:00 p. m., and
9:00 p. m. from Juneau; 3:30 p. m?
and 9:30 p. m. from Sheep Creek.
Saturdays? Leaves Juneau 11:30
a. m.. 5:00 p. m? 9:00 p. m.. and
10:00 p. m. Leaves Sheep Creek
1:00 p. m? 5:30 p. m.. 9:30 p. m.,
and 10:30 p. m. Sunday schedule:
as Saturady, last two trips omitted.
Special trips between schedule trips
can be arranged. Leaves Juneau
Office, 129 Front St- at the Ford
Agency. 'Phone 294
ARE 101' GOl.Njf TO BUILD!
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Bullda house* both bur *ml small and does re
pair work at reasonable rate*. Soe rao at the
Dou?la* Hardware Store or Phone 55
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V P\0UGLA3 CITY BARBER SHOP T
. , ia now located in their new quarters X
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, , speak for themselves. Beet of workman- X
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J' any kind done call
i: N E L S O N I
11 The Transfer Man Phone 88 -fc
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u When you want S
I FRESH MILK & CREAM \
J R?mb?r you can have it delivered daily to ; J
J your home by J
\ Eggcn Bros.-The Douglas Dairy
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HUNTER HOTEL
AMUSEMENT PARLORS
Spend your leasure time playiajr pool
and billiard*. You are always welcome.
Come see me.
L a KIEST ? DOUGLAS
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ALASKA DAILY EMPIRE
Douglas branch office, Hubbard's
News Store, Telephone 19
Bert Howdeshell, Mgr.
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DOUGLAS NEWS NOTES j
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DOUGLAS. May 8.?Marshal Shafer
is ridding the city of undesirables. A
couple young men claiming homes in
Juneau arrived here a few days ago
and started to sleep in the obscure
places. They had no visible means of
support and the marshal took them be
fore the judge who administered a line
of live dollars. They didn't pay and
took three days In the city lockup on
a diet of bread and plenty of water.
Yesterday they were escorted to the
ferry boat and told to go. They went,
i After a visit of several weeks in
I the States. Mrs. E. Eggen returned
i this morning on the Jefferson, bringing
! her sister. Miss R. Fager, with her.
j Elmer E. Smith and Mayor M. J.
? O'Connor have gone to Warm Springs
j for a few days outing. They left on
His Honor's gasboat Celtic. They in
tend to do a little bear hunting while
out.
The JefTerson. which arrived early
' this morning, brought the following
passengers to Douglas: A. Anderson,
Mrs. E. Eggen. Miss A. Fager, Mrs. E.
, Austin and Marie Austin.
I The City of Seattle will arrive in
Douglas at ten o'clock tomorrow morn
ing with 26 tons of freight.
Steamer Al-Ki arrived in Douglas at
noon with 28 tons of freignt and a
! number of passengers. Captain Mc
iGregor has succeeded Capt. Guptill
in command of the Al-Ki. She ar
rived here with 70 passengers, leaving
Seattle with a passenger list of 128.
NEW ROENEPLANE EXCITING
INTEREST OF BOATMEN
"I*
tween Dr. H. C. DeVighue's hydroplane
boating circles is being divided bc-{
DOUGLAS. April 8. ? Interest In
of Juneau and Gus Roene's Roeno
plane, now about completed at the
Ferry warehouse, and which will bo
launched Monday. The latter craft
is being constructed entirely of henvjr
galvanized sheetlron, by the unaided
fforts of Mr. Roeno, an expert tinsmith
and metalworker of this city. It 1b
about 30 feet in length and eight feet
beam, with air tight compartments
and a cabin forward. The ribs are
of angle iron. The new model has all
the uppearance of being serviceable,
and when equipped with an engine
may show some surprises in the way
of speed.
WORK STARTS ON DOUGLAS
THREE STORY HOTEL
DOUGLAS, May 8.?Yesterday after
noon the tlrst shovelful of dirt was
turned on what Mr. E. H. doWolf
promises will be ono of the prettiest
and commodious hotels in Southeast
ern Alaska. Mr. deWolf was there
with his shovel, as wore a large num
ber of citizens from both Douglas and
Juneau. Ding Halleck christened "The
Douglas" with the breaking of a bottle
of wine and scattering the bubbles ov
er the site of the new project. W. H.
Case of Juneau had his photographer
there to take a number of views and
the preliminaries were being arranged.
This morning Mr. deWolf Informs us
that he has let the contract for the
ground sluicing for the basement to
Julius Johnson and work of removing
the debris and excavating the base
ment will begin today. There will be
Ave or six hundred cubic fet of dirt to
be removed before the concrete piers
for the basement can be placed. The
first load of lumber was hauled to the
grounds at ten o'clock this morning.
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
TO OBSERVE MOTHERS' DAY
DOUGLAS, May 8.?The Congrega
tional church at this place will ob
serve "Mothers' Day" Sunday. An in
vitation has been extended everybody
to attend the services, and each one is
requested to wear a white carnation,
the emblem of the day, if that is possi
ble.
Three girls will give the welcoming
address, and present every mother
present with a white carnation. There
fore, every mother Is particularly
urged to be present. The flowers are
gifts from the Sunday School students.
Mr. V. A. von Godcen will sing, "My
Mother's Prayer."
The choir will have special music
for the occasion. The subject of the
sermon will be "Mother."
It has been suggested by those who
are Interested in "Mothers' Day" that
everybody who* can do so visit his
mother Sunday, and that those who
cannot do so write her a letter.
LYRIC THEATRE REPEATS
INTERESTING PROGRAM
DOUGLAS, May 8.?The following
interesting program will be repeated
at the Lyric theatre tonight:
"The Heart Bowed Down," a splen
did drama.
"The Counterfeiter," an exciting
Kay Bee feature, showing a thrilling
race by the detectives.
"Within the Ten-Count," a boxing
contest where the unexpected happens
and the champion loses both the belt
and the girl.
"On Strange Ground," a comedy that
will amuse you.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
AND BUILDERS
We are asking- for bids on a threo
storv hotel building or Dfouglas. Ifor
mil particulars and inforinatiou, call
an E. H. deWolf, Douglas, Alaskn.?
5-S-2t.
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TREADWELL NOTES.
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TREADWELL, May 8.?A new ore
car .manufactured in the Treadwell
shops, was run out yesterday and
caused considerable interest. It is a
;oudola type, made of steel and mount
ed on two pairs of trucks, and about
.hree or four times larger than the or
linary pattern of ore cars. It weighs
12,200 pounds.
A new bubble drinking fountain has ]
jeen installed on the walk in front of
he baseball grounds.
Tonight the Treadwell firemen will ]
-neet. '
FOR SALE?lS-fL gasoline launch, <
h. p.. Palmer engine. One year J
>ld; good condition. V. N. Dupuy, at '
Sheep creek. 5-4-6L '
FURNITURE?In four room cabin
!or sale. Enquire at the Northern,
Douglas. 5-2-6t.
FOR SALE ? House and lots In I
Douglas. All fine building sites. War- '
?anty deeds. BING HALLECK. 4-29-tf
For Sale ? Bargain?Eighteen-foot
boat, Seabright, Dory Model, clinker
built, copper fastened, 2% h. p. Detroit
marine engine, Schebler carburator,
bronze shafting, Connecticut special
marine coll, battorieB and plug. Ton
gal galv. tank. Ready for running?
$150. Add. P. O. Box 7, Douglas.?
?5-6-3t.
For Sale?The property at 403 Frank
lin street. Inquire on the premises.?
?5-5-1 m?
AMATEURS WANTED ?Apply by
mail to Lyric theatre, Douglas. 5-6-tf
BIG BEN
THE CLOCK YOU HAVE READ 80
MUCH ABOUT?
ALASKA JEWELRY CO.
Douglas Alaska
J. LIMNELL |
Mcchano-Therapiit. , >
Office Third St., Douglas < ?
Mechano-Theraphy, Swedish Med * J
ical Gymnastics and Massage. < >
For Appointment Call Phone 23 J J
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Are You Going to Build.
Are you going to repair your I
house. See GEORGE E. BROWN, I
Contractor and Builder. Douglas. |
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ruu DUIN T ilAVU
TO BE SATISFIED
vlth just one kind of stationery when you come
icre. We carry a variety which Includes every
rood articlo in the line. Papers that fashion has
ipprovod, pens, ink, pencils, desk appointments
if every description that become immediate fav
irites when onco used. Ask us for anything in
tationcry, and if it's good it's here.
R. R. Hubbard - Douglas
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Home Cooking and Good Meals |
at 35 cents ?
Also Furnisned Rooms ?
ANDREW SIPOLA X
Opposite "Canteen", Douglas ?
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 B LA HUT. Manager
Pabat Blue Ribbon Beer
? On Draught
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;? CITY CAFE wuhteir:lion
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? ? Beet mania in town for tha money ? ?
' * Wa serve everything tba markat earries. *
' " Alao furnished rooms R.., _r a,, .? *'
? ' in connection. 3#rTlc* '
! H. BKRGER A J. HICKS, rropa. ! !
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Whan you visit Douglas drop In at tha
CITY BAR
and try on# of our special flea's
FRONT STREET - DOUGLAS
DOUGLAS BLACKSMITH SHOP
I Sid Johnson and Andrew Brant I
t Blacksmith In* and General Repair Work, i
I Horseshoeing, boat repairing and wagon |
I making. Agency for Regal Gas Engine, j
1 Front St., opp. New Bank DOUGLAS
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BING HALLECK and ED ARM
STRONG
THE NORTHERN
Front Stroot
Douglas, Alaska
The placo that sells Columbia
beer, at 5 cents a glass. Come
in and 8eo our free moving pic
ture show, every night at eight
o'clock, four reelB of fun and
pleasure, change of program ev
ery other day. Steam heated
rooms in connection.
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Alaska Furniture 8 Undertaking J [
Company \ J
funeral Directors & Embalmers ::
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Dou?Ua Alanka < >
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\ Mr?.NELS.G. JOHNSON ij
of DOUGLAS
J hand!? most everything, at the lowest \t
' \ coet price*. Call and look my etock over, f
J We are closing out our Shoe Department f
J: at very low prices. ; j
T. PAVESIC
Tailoring, Cleaning, Pressing and
?: REPAIRING :?
The only reliable and up-to-date Tailor in
DOUGLAS. Work done neatly and quickly.
I t I I I I I I I I I H I I I I I I I I I I I |
? ? Whsn you want < ?
!! Hardware, Stoves, Furni- !!
! ture, Carpets, Linoleum, !!
! Sashes, Guns, Electric Sup- !
! plies, Trunks, Suit Cases, !
! Chinaware, Paints and Oils !
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? ?Julius Jensen::
? ? Douglas Alaska ? ?
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j THE TAVERN?Firs/ Class Cafe jl
? Private Boxes for Ladies and Private Banquet Room for Parties ? ?
' c . j r> ' ' IT 11 J BUTIRICH BROTHERS
. Service and Luisme Unexcelled. Proprietors
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SPECIAL SALE ON HATS
THE ENTIRE BALANCE OF OUR SPRING AND SUMMER HATS
TO BE CLOSED OUT AT .... $5.00 each
These hats include small, close-fitting and brim hats in all shades, val
ued up to $14.50.
Special for Friday and Saturday at $5.00
SPECIAL IN WAISTS
LADIES' WAISTS in soft mulls, crepes and cotton marquisette; some are
hand-embroidered, while others are daintly trimmed in two-thread valencines
lace and insertion. Nearly all sizes. These waists are valued up to $5.75 and
$6.50. SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY? $*3.25
NEW CREPE DE CHINE WAISTS. These waists are made of heavy
crepe de chine, low neck and short s"t in sleeves; some are made with dainty
embroidered vest effects with collar to match, while others are more simple;
colors include pale pink, coral, blue, maise, tango and white. No. 34 to 44?
$6.00 to $7.50.
Also have a very pretty assortment of shadow lace waists in all sizes?
$5.75 to $7.50
New Knickobockers, Kayser make, in lisle thread, finished at knee, with
shirred ribbon band and bow; colors of pink, white and black?$1.25 to $1.50.
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Knickerbockers
$1.25 to $1.50
New Lisle Thread Union Suits
sr" 1.00 to 2.50
Kaysers auk uioves m Black
and White. CAP
- SPECIAL JVJ<
Kayser's Long Silk Gloves, in Black
and White Ifcl
SPECIAL ?P A . # J
NEW GOWNS AND SILK PETTICOATS JUST RECEIVED
I THE FASHION
Guffey Building. 96 Front Street
Phone 271 ANDERSON 8 JONES
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GROCERIES
MEN'S GOODS
M. J. O'CONNOR Douglas I
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
LUNCHEON DELICACIES
for afternoon teas, hurry-up lunches and evening gatherings ? the
QUALITY GROCERY has the nrfost appetizing cheeses, high grade pre
pared foods, such as shrimps, crabs, pimentos, boneless chicken, sar- ' <
dines and all the tasty imported and dimestic condiments. Crackers
and cakes that arc crisp and snappy.
I HE Q ALITY GROCERY STORE
Phons 53 ? ? ? ? ? ? DOUGLAS, ALASKA
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i Douglas Opera House Hotel h Connection J ; j
o We serve the BEST BEER c 1
in Douglas for . . . &C & valclSS
o FREE MOVING PICTURES EVERY NIGHT o (
< I The Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars < >
! ! PETE ROLANDO, Prop. Douglas, Alaska <! ,
ALL THE WORLD
LOVES A LOVER
If you love your mother, your {
sweetheart, your sister or a (
friend, tell them so with a deli- '
cate piece of jewelry which they
may carry all their lives and
think of you. j'
PAUL BLOEDHORN,
the Douglas jeweler and watch
maker, will help you select an
appropriate gift
I
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 Pianos81 on ,
Small Goods and Musical Merchandise SHEET MUSIC
ALASKA'S LARGEST MUSIC HOUSE
THREE STORES | <
I THE REXALL DRUG STORE
GUY L. SMITH. Mngr.
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JUNEAU MUSIC HOUSE
Second end Seward Sts.
ELMER E. SMITH, Propr.
FRONT STREET DRUG STORE I
Douglas, Alaska I
JUST RECEIVED ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF
New Spring Hats
in Derbys, Fedoras, and Telescope styles in the new shades of
Pearl Grey, Blue, Brown and Tan
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