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NELSON'S AUTO STAGE
Juneau-Sh??p Creek Route
Leaves Junoiu 8:16 a. m., 11:30
a. m.. and 5;QP m. Leaves Sheep
Creek 7:30 a. ax.. 1:00 p. m.. and
8:30 p. m. Wednesdays, same as
above with extra 3:00 p. ra.. and
9:00 p. m. from Juneau; 3:30 p. m.. i
and 9:30 p. m. from Sheep Creek.
Saturdays? Leaves Juneau 11:30 :
a. m.. 6:00 p. m? 9:00 p. m? and
10:00 p. m. Leaves Sheep Creek
1:00 p. nu 6:30 p. m., 9:30 p. m.. ;
and 10:30 p. m. Sunday schedule: ,
as Suturudy. last two trips omitted.
Special tripe between schedule trips
can be arranged. Leaves Juneau
Office, 129 Front St- at the Ford
Agency. 'Phone 294 1
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;; LORENZO TEPPA ti
General Shoemaking
! ! Clothing. Shoes. Gents' Furnish- iI
' ' Ings, Tobacco and Cigars.
< 1 St. Ann's Ave. Douglas, Alaska ? >
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ARE YOU GOING TO BUILD!
M.M.GIMSB STBES
Build* hou*ee both bic and small and doe* re- ,
pair work at raaaonabi* rates. See me at the
Doug la* Hardware Store or Phone 55
5 When you want work of a j'
J; any kind done call
IN ELSONi
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? FRESH MILK & CREAM ?
jj Rember you can have it delivered daily to 7
Jj your hunt* by g;!'
? Eggen Bros.-The Douglas Dairy \
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Are You Going to Build. <
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Are you going to repair your j
bouse. See GEORGE E. BROWN. 3
j Contractor and Builder. Douglas. *
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| ALASKA DAILY EMPIRE
; Douglas branch office, Hubbard'*
New* Store, Telephone 19
Bert Howdeahell, Mgr.
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IN DOUQLA8 CHURCHES
TOMORROW.
Congregational Church.
, Owen, Umstead, Paator.
Sunday school at ten a. m.
Evening services at 8 o'clock In the
evening. Sermon by Rev. Owen Um
stead. Prances Cornwall will sing atf
the evening services.
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St. Luke's Episcopal.
Morning prayer and sermon In SL
Luke's Episcopal church tomorrow at
11 a. m. In the evening at 7:30 there
will be a short service, with well
known hymns and familiar music.
Everyone is cordially Invited.
DOUGLAS, May 16.?Auk Tribe No.
7. I. 0. R. M. will hold a special meet
ing in Odd Fellow's hall Monday ev
ening at 8 o'clock.
Business Chances
53,500 Cash?Buys a irood paying Sa- J J
loon In Doustas: 17 room* and Cafa laaaad < ?
n connection. Best location, all furniture * 1
of 17 rooms. $600 New Electric Piano and * |
2 Pool Tattles. A bis snap for a lire man. < >
$2,250 Cash - Best Shoo Business' o
Clothln*. Gents' Furnish Inn. Cunvr*. To- < >
bacco and all saleable articles with Shoe- J '
making business pay ins a ifood income. , ,
All machines and motor goes with it. Beet < >
location in Douglas. (
51,700 Cash?Restaurant paying MOO J J
monthly profit, all tables and everything ,,
in connection 7 furnished rooms, all rent- < ?
ed. A bis snap for theright party. Main * J
thoroughfare Douglas. , ,
Apply t ?
Real Estate Office <>
W. G. STEWART. Tavern Hotel < >
P. O. Box 47S. DOUGLAS \ | !
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GROCERIES
MEN'S GOODS
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j M. J. O'CONNOR Douglas
M??B?Hmw an? iniwraMaapapaBMa??^??J
| 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
i change. Commercial accounts solicited. Interest allowed
| (?n time deposits.
M. J. O'CONNOR. Pres. - A. E. GURR, Cashier
LUNCHEON DELICACIES
(or afternoon teas, hurry-up lunches and evening gatherings ? the j
QUALITY GROCERY has the ntost appetizing cheeses, high grade pre
pared foods, such as shrimps, crabs, pimentos, boneless chicken, sar
oines and all the tasty imported and dimestic condiments. Crackers
and cakes that are crisp and snappy.
133 4J4LIIT GROCERY" STORE
Phone S3 ? ? ? ? ? ? DOUGLAS. ALASKA
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! Douglas Opera House Hotel In Connection J J
We serve the BESF BEER j* <>
in Douglas for . . . OC <1 VjlSSs
0 FREE MOVING PICTURES EVERY NIGHT o
< ? The Best of Wines. Liquors and Cigars < ?
1 > PETE ROLANDO, Prop. Douglas, Alaska <1
? ALL THE WORLD
LOVES A LOVER
If you love your mother, your j
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.
PAUL BLOEDHORN,
the Douglas jeweler and watch
maker, will help you select an
appropriate gift.
Skating Sunday Evening J '
at The NATATORICM ' ;;
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The Juneau Music House
HEADQUARTERS FOR
EDISON DISC PHONOGRAPH?"Human Tone"
VICTOR VICTROLAS TALKING MACHINES
COLUMBIA GRAPHONOLAS
A Complete Stock of Sizes of Above Machines
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THE ONXY RELIABLE GviSl?gX?? 2d""<x& SHEET MUSIC
MUSIC HOUSE in Alaska Musical Instruments JUluLi 1 lUUtJlV/
THREE STORES
THE REXALL DRUG STORE
GUY U SMITH. Mngr.
3d and O Sts. Douglas, Alaska
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JUNEAU MU8IC H0U8E
Second and 8oward St*.
ELMER E. SMITH. Propr.
FRONT STREET DRUG 8TORE R
Douglas, Alaska
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DOUGLAS NEW8 NOTE8
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ENJOYABLE PROGRAM GIVEN
BY DOUQLA8 EIGHTH GRADE
DOUGLAS, May 10.?At the com
pletion of the winter term of the
Douglas school last evening a pretty
program was given by tho pupils of the
eighth grade. Wbllo the program was
good in its entirety, special credit is
due Miss Marguerite Roenc for her
CBbs prophecy, which was unusually
good. The program rendered was as
follows r
Song?"Sing Birds"?class.
Address of Welcome?Sarah Margu
rite Umstead.
Quartet?Misses Laughlln. Eggan.
Umstead and Museth.
Class History?Mary Garn and Ger
trude Johnson.
Recitation?Myrtlo Eggan.
Class Poem?Mary Garn (road by
Alex. Sey.)
Prophesy? Mnrguritc Roene.
Duet?Misses Johnson and Wflftenen.
Composition? Frank Bach. . .it
Class WIU-r-Loul8 Hubbard.
. Presentation of Diplomas ? Supt.
Conwell.
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FRANK TA8CHER'S GRIP
STILL UNDER" WATE^
DOUGLAS. May 16.?Prank Tascher
returned yesterday and adds some in
teresting details to the story which
The Empire printed last evening re
garding the dumping overboard of his
baggage. Frank says that hiB grip
was not recovered at low tide, nor
any other tide, but remains at the bot
tom of the canal near the Treadwell
wharf where the dumper dumped it
His trunk was recovered and the con
tents havo undergone a drying process,
but will never look the same again.
Dr. Mathls left yesterday for Peters
burg where he will spend ten days, re
turning with Mrs. Mathls
TREADWELL N0TE8.
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TREADWELL, May 16.?A largo
number of music lovers of the Island
attended the concert last evening In
Juneaa, which they pronounce very
enjoyable.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Woods have
moved into the flrstFerrls cottage to
be finished. Another one will be in
readiness Monday which is to be oc
cupied by Mr. and Mrs. Monte Snow.
It is expected that by the end of next
week all these new cottages will be
occupiod.
The Machine Shops and the Cyanide
teams are to play ball this afternoon
in case the weather Is favorable.
Julius Alllet, formerly janitor -of
the No: 4 boarding house, has gone to
work in the 300 mill.
Leo Kennedy of Jualin is in the city
for a short business visit
Today is pay day and the miners
and workmen of the Treadwell com
pany are receiving a total of about
$145,000 for the past month's work,
t Tomorrow being change day there
wllL be a number of idle men to wit
ness the ball game in cast the weath
er man permits It to be pulled off. The
Mexican and Ready Bullion forces will
not be working during the change
period.
GOLDEN FLEECERS WILL
SAIL IN THE MORNING
TREADWELL. May IS?Thirty mem
bers of the "We Should Care" club
with Chas. Hall in command will sail
out Into the unknown tomorrow morn
ing In search of the Golden Fleece. The
argonautlc ship St. Nicholas will car
ry the party of adventurers who have
placed their lives and even their sup
plies in the hands of Captain Hall, the
modern Jason, believing that under his
command neither lives nor supplies
will be lost.
They will visit the frost king at
Taku glacier, thence to the Strophides,
where harpies dwell, and to the can
nery and the villages and watering
places. The commander has had
charge of the Treadwell piimp for a
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long time, and it ia aald that the ship
ia bountifully supplied with the pro
duet of that guaher.
The young ladies have been busy for
the last two months in preparing the
prettioBt and moat useful articles ap
propriate for the season. The sale of
all aorta of fancy work, of the flnost
home-made oandy, together with the
cJ?olc6st atrawberriea begins Tuesday
afternoon at 2 o'clock and will wind
up' With a dance in the''evening at
the' Alaska Catholic Club social hall
in Douglas, next to the hospital. ?3t.
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PERSONAL MENTION
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Mrs. Hazel O. Klrmse arrived in Ju
neau yesterday and is visiting with
her sister, Mrs. J. F. Malony.
J. C. Hayes, superintendent for the
SouUwastern Alaska division for the
Alaska Road Commission arrived from
Ketchikan on the Alameda.
J. F. Chamberlin popular commer
cial man travelling out of Juneau, ar>
rived from Skagway yesterday after
a Journey to the Westward.
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MARINE NOTES
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The Alameda, arriving last night, is
scheduled to sail from Sheep creek for
the Westward this evening.
The Spokane arriving from Skag
way, will sail South at 8 o'clock tomor
row morning.
The Humboldt should arrive from
the South Honday.
The Al'Kl is expoctod to arrlvo from
th<( South Tuesday.
The Mariposa, leaving Cordova yes
terday afternoon at 5 o'clock should ar
itye in Juneau tomorrow.
? The Admiral Sampson sailed from
Seattle last night .'iind should arrive
fiere Monday nightj'br Tuesday morn
ing.
The Jefferson will be due to arrive
from the South Tuesday or Wednes
day.
:3The Georgia is scheduled to sail for
Sitka at midnight.
SCHOOL BOARD NAMES
1 TEACHERS EMPLOYED
"fh? Juneau school board this morn
ing; announced the names of the teach
ers employed for the next term -of Ju
neau's public school as follows:
a plgh school faculty?Prof. Lester D.
Henderson, principal; Miss Andrews,
Miss Wlllson, Miss Mallette, teachers
so far choBcn. For the grades?Miss
Magill, Mrs. Strouble, Miss Qetcheli,
Miss Poole, Miss Case, Miss Snow,
Miss Dyer, MIsb Couture.
Prof. Henderson, Is late principal
of the Coeur d'Alene high school. Miss <
Snow has been teaching the school at <
Mendenhall and Miss Poole Is a grad- *
uat? of the Los Angeles Normal. *
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FREE! ! ? A pennant free with J
each box of candy costing 35c or more, <
it Hubbard's, Douglas. 5125t J
i t $ i
AMATEURS WANTED ?Apply by 4
nail to Lyric theatre, Douglas. 5-6-tf
Galvanizing done by G. Roene, Sans c
5ouci Bldg., Douglas. tf P
?''?"V ja* - -
just received another shipment of
New Spring Hats
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v; in Derbys, Fedoras, and Telescope styles in the new shades of
Pearl Grey, Blue, Brown and Tan |
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YOU DON'T HAVE
TO BE SATISFIED
with just ono kind of stationery when you come
bet*. We carry a variety which Include* every
good article in the line. Paper* that fashion ha*
S proved. pen*, ink, pencil*, deak appointments
every description that become immediate fav
orite* when once used. Ask us fo< anything In
stationary, and If It's good it's hero.
R. R. Hubbard - Douglas
I; ALASKAN ;
j; MOTEL
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:: Juneau's Leading Hostelry ;;
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' > Steam beat, running hot and < >
1 t cold water in all rooms?six- <?
11 teen rooms with bath?Btrlctly J J
J; first class cafe?centrally locat* ' *
11 cd?big sample rooms. Auto 4 >
<! moots all steamers?rates: $1.50 !!
\ J per day and up?commercial J J
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it P. L. Gcmmett, Pres. & Mgr. 4>
J J F. H. McCoy, Secy-Treas. * |
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ORPHEUM
; JOHN T. SPICKETT, Prop. ;
: Photo Plays i j
of Licensed Film Co. Only
; PERFORMANCE :
, Every Night
. First Show commences 7:80 p. m.
? Matinee, Sundays ONLY ? ?
? 2:30 p. m. USUAL PRICE ? ? 1
: FOOT MAIN STREET jj
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: LAUNDRY |!
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> Send your bundle to the old < > J
? reliable place and have It done < J <
? right There la a reason. < > J
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ALA8KA 8TEAM LAUNDRY ?
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, Phone 15 J. H. King, Mgr. <. <
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FOR SALE, CHEAP?Slot machine, < j
gar case and license. Call at Stam- _
sde. 6-14-3t..
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: I Juneau Douglas ::
:: Phone 299 Phone 52 :;
ALASKA
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ii Cleaners & Dyers i;
:: Are Now Open ::
i ? giving special attention to ladles < >
J ) evonlng gowns, silks; cleaning, [ )
' > pressing, altering, repairing and ? >
I | dying. Wo also clean portiers, [ \
> ? lace curtains, gloves and corsets. ? >
; ; Feathers cleaned, dyed and ) ]
? ? curled. Ladies' and gents' hats 1 ?
cleaned and re-blocked. Panama
;; hats made to order. No spot- 1 ;
I ! ting. Everything Is thoroughly ! !
; ; cleaned. Wc have the most mod- ' |
. em machines for French dry !!
| cleaning. Our motto?Good work \ |
? and reasonable prices. All work 1 '
I called for and delivered prompt- [ |
? ly. Give us a trial. We guaran- ? >
| tee to please you. J |
i: Geo. Curtis, Prop, i
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1 Home Cooking and Good Meals |
at 35 cents j
? Also Furnianed Rooms ?
X ANDREW SIPOLA X
? Opposite ^Canteen", Douglas T
BING HALLECK and ED ARM
STRONG
THE NORTHERN
Front Street
Douglas, Alaska
Tbo placo that sells Columbia
beer, at 5 cents a glass Como
In and see our freo 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.
HUNTER HOTEL !
AMUSEMENT PARLORS j
Spend your leaauro timo playing pool i
and billkrda. You are always welcome. j
Come ace me. ? i
L. H. KIEST - DOUGLAS j
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; Ladies as well as \\ ?
gentlemen will in the y ?
future have comforta- <! !
ble quarters at the Al- !! ;
aska Cafe. Private y ?
boxes in ladies' cafe. <? !
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The ALASKAN CAFE ii
A. T. SPATZ, Prop.
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The Empire |1.00 a month delirored. ?
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\ Mrs.NELS.G. JOHNSON \
t of DOUGLAS \
J handle* mott everything, at the lowoat
J coat price*. Call and look my stock over.
; We are cloelng out our Shoe Department J
at very low price*.
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? ' When you want ? ?
! Hardware, Stoves, Furni- !!
! ture, Carpets, Linoleum, !
! Sashes, Guns, Electric Sup- !
! plies, Trunks, Suit Cases, !
! Chinaware, Paints and Oils ! \
Menn 1 '
:: Julius Jensen::
? i Douglas Alaska ? ?
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T. PAVESIC
Tailoring, Cleaning, Pressing and
-t REPAIRING r
The only reliable and up-to-date Tailor in';
DOUGLAS. Work done neatly and quickly.
M M I'l'I l l I 1 I 1 I I'll I'llllllli'
The Grotto
;; Saloon and Liquor Store ;;
' LaVELLE 4 BROPHY ?
I) Proprietor* ..
Front St ;
JUNEAU
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I I Alaska Furniture 8 Undertaking ' *
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3 3 Funeral Directors & Embalmers J 3
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Doug-Ua AUaka < >
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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 Ii LA HUT. Manager
Pabit Blue Ribbon Beer
On Draught
3 DOUGLAS BLACKSMITH SHOP \
rt Sid Johnson and Andrew Brant i
\ Blacksmithing and General Repair Work. (
Horoeehoeing, boat repairing and wagon !
making1. Agency for Regal Gas Engine, j
Front St. opp. New Bank DOUGLAS f
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? CITY CAFE?Sh&?n?cti0? ::
. Opera House Hotel ?
Best meals In town for the mooey " \
f We serve everything the market carries. . .
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* 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 fizs's
FRONT STREET DOUGLAS

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