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Juneitu-Shrep Creek Route Leaven Juneiu 6:15 a. m.. 11:30 a. m.. and 5:00 ^ m. Leaves Sheep Creek 7:30 a. 31.. 1:00 p. m.. and 6:30 p. u. Wednesdays, 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. n. Leaves Sheep Creek 1:00 p. ni- 5:30 p. m.. 9:30 p. m.. and 10:30 p. in. Sunday schedule: as Saturady. last two tripe omitted. Special trips between schedule trips can be arranged. Leaves Juneau Office, 129 Front St- at the Ford Agency. 'Phone 294 lllllllllllllllllllllllll ;? LORENZO TEPPA General Shocmaking !! Clothing, Shoes, Gents' Furnish* !I ;; Ings. Tobacco and Cigars. ] J ?1 St Ann's Ave. Douglas, Alaska ? ? 'miiii milium t mill'' < * ? <? Business Chances < ? ? J | $3,500 Lash?Buy, a md paying Sa- J J < I loon in Dough*; 17 room* and Cafo leaaod < > <? n connwtlm. Bnt location. nil furniture <' J J of 17 room*. IfiflO Now Eloctric Piano and J ' 4 > 2 Pool Table*. A big *nnp for s live man. 4 > 4 > < ? ( , $2,250 Lath Brat Shoe Busincm. 4, ' I Clothing. Gantn* Furnuklns* Cigar*. To- < > ] I bacco and all takwbir article* with Shoe- ] J 4 4 making bitinoia paying a good income. 4 4 < > All machine* and motor 4toea w ilh it. Brat 0 ' | location in Dough*. J | 4 ? ^ < > ; ; $1,700 Cash-Restaurant paying W? i , monthly profit, all table* anil everything , , 4 > in connection 7 furniahed room*, all rent- 4 > J I ed. A big snap for the right party. Main * J 4 4 thoroughfliro Dough*. , 4 4 > i > i > Apply 4 ? 4! Real Estate Office 4 4 0 W. C. STEWART. Tavern Hotel J > J P.O. Box ITS. DOUGLAS ? + Are You Going to Build. 1 I | Are you going to repair your j house. See GEORGE E. BROWN, Coutraetor and Guilder. Douglas. * ? U? * ALASKA DAILY EMPIRE Douglas branch office, Hubbard's News Store, Telephone 19 Bert Howdeshell, Mgr. ? ? DOUGLAS NEWS NOTES [? ? DOUGLAS, Maj 20.?Frank Burg esS was an incoming passenger on the JefTerron, which arrived here this fofe noon. Mr. Burgess is a brother of Mrs. Passeuer and will remain here I for some time. Mr. Dawson of Hoonah. a well known sourdough, is In the city to day. having arrived last evening. Amateur night tonight at the Lyric theatre. A large crowd greeted the "Man from Home" at the Lyric last night The performance waa well*received, Leo Stadler. formerly manager of the Hunter hotel, has returned to Douglas after an absence of a cou ple of years . which ho has spent In the Atlantic coast cities. CATHOLIC CLUB FESTIVAL A BEAUTIFUL EVENT 4 DOUGLAS. May 20.?The trawberry festival and sale of fancy work given ' last night by the young ladles of the Alaska Catholic Club was one of the , most enjoyable events of the season. \ continuous stream of people from funcau. Sreadwell and Douglas came and went from two o'clock in the af ternoon till elevetrat night The beau tiful donations given by generous friends and well wishers caught every ole and the chance-sellers had an easy time. His Lordship. Mayor M. . Connor, put more than Is usual en thusiasm into the auction sale. The j ycung ladies proved themselves as expert entertainers as the veteran members of the club. The grand suc I ecss of the event is due in great part to the Ladies' Auxilliary-. ably asisst ed by the untiring activity of Mrs. Brie. An enjoyable dance closed the pvfulng and good plght was said only with regret Tho varlQUB pretty gifts presented were won as follows: Casserole?donated by Mayor O'Con nor?won by Mrs. H. Brie. >i Electric iron?donated by J. bjln kove?won by Bert Graham. Bureau scarf?donated by Mrs. Kel ly?won by Rnssyl McGafTey. Cushion?donated by Mrs. Kelly? won by Clarence Salmonson. Embroidered cushion?donated by Mrs. Demytt?won by Cassie King. Crocheted centerpiece?dnaoedt by. Mrs. Stubblns?won by Mrs. Thos. Cashen. ^ - Silk umbrella?donated by P. H. Fox?won by C. Hlgglns. Ladles' purse?donated by E. E. Smith?won by Alfred Tlbbits. Coffee percolator?donated by the Treadwell Co. ? won by Katheiiyn Walsh. r - Indian cushion?won by Leo Demytt - Shawl?won by Marie Martini. JEFFERSON*BRINGS BRIDE . | " FOR oOudLAsr ypu?)G <|*j&n * < * DOUGLAS. May 20. ? When the steamer Jefferson arrived In Douglas this morning Miss Llly -M.- Dnffy.^of Cosmopolis. Washington, disembark* ed and was met at the boat by Harry Kinney, an employee Of -the James mill company.. The young people were escorted to the Catholic church and at 10:30 were made man and wife by Rev. Fr. B'ruckert. E. H. deWoif and tK. jL. Whitmer were present as witnesses. The newly married couple have tak en apartments in the San SoucI whore they will remain for the sum mer. ? * I I j TREADWELL NOTE8. t I ? : ? TREADWELL. May 20.?The Tread well dancing club has decided to post pone their dance, tonight, owing to other events which are soon to take place. , The camp looks like a deserted vil lage today, as all our fans have gone to Douglas to attend the ball game. ?> MARINE N0TE8 I ? ; The City of Seattle was due at Wrangell at 1:30 this afternoon and should arrive early tomorrow morn ing. i " ?> - The AI-Ki Is hooked to Ball South from Juneau tonight The Jefferson, arriving from Skag way, will:sail South tomorrow after noon. K ? Z The Northwestern should arrive from the South tomorrow night or Fri day morning. The Princess May will be due from the South Friday. The Alameda hr expected from the Westward Saturday. ! The Georgia is booked to leave for Skagway at midnight tonight ? + ? PERSONAL MENTION + + + ????????????+ . George J. Busch. of the Wells Fargo express company, returned from Sit ka on the Georgia yesterday. Mrs. G. Sttidcbaker has engaged passage on the Al-Kl for Seattle where she will visit with her daughter for a time. -y< Harry Gabriel has returned from a brief visit to the States. MaJ. A. E. Ransom has engaged pas sage for the South on the Jefferson. Miss Gertrude Storer returned on the Georgia yesterday evening from a visit to .Hoonah. Bert Carroll, tower foreman on the big concrete dam construction at Sal- J mon creek, was In town yesterday oh < business. f . J. Llndley Green, tho well known ( V'aldez attorney, passed through Ju ! neau on the Admiral Sampson'enroute 1 home. v ' J. W. Kllgore, carpenter foreman In 1 charge of the form work for the big f concrete dam at Salmon creek, made a business trip to Juneau yesterday. STREET PREACHING 8TOPPED. An aged resident familiarly known as Father Kennison, was apprehended last night for preaching on the streets in violation of the street speaking or dinance. TWO DRUNKS ARRE3TED. * j Two cases of too much whiskey wore up before Municipal Magistrate E. W. Petitt this morning. FOR SALE ? House and lots In Douglas. All fine building sitae. War ranty deeds. BING HALLECK. 4-29-tf FOR SALE?Gasoline engine, Gfth.p. complete. Douglas Blacksmith Bhop. 5-14-61. j FRESH RANCH EGGS?from Dahl'8 Ipuhn Island farm. Every egg guar ntoed pure and healthy and free from Isby taste. Each egg stamped with tame Dahl Insures not mixed with im orted articles. For sale by leading lerchants of Juneau and at Dahl's rocery, Douglas. Sat. & Wed. : THE MAN W&O WORKS jj ? o- , , , Cannot afford to bo carolesa Of his ey , , > sight It often means the difference be ? ? ' tween advancement and loea of occupa- ' ' i tioo. \ J '? If too experience headache or eyo-straln < ? | when doing "eloee" work you should call J ' , at once and ascertain positively that your , , ? eyae are all right or if not. get glasses ? ? | that will correct the defect \ j ROBERT SIMPSON ; Optometrist and jOptician '; SEWAR6;BI4>C, ^ Viii ii iii ii ii 11 ill iii nil' i-n 111 n i; i in i m 111 in it; ORPHEUM i JOHN T. 3PICKETT. Prop. ; ? Photo Plays i j of Licensed Film Co. Only - J PERFORMANCE : 1 Ever? Night < First Show commences 7:30 p, m. .. J Matinee, Sundays ONLY ?? J <? 2:30 p. m. USUAL PRICE ? j < FOOT MAIN STREET :: | :: < i-i 111?? 11- > i ??n n 1111111 r < YOU DON'T HAVE ' TO BE SATISFIED j with just one kind of stationery when you come I here. We carry a variety which includes every I good article in the line. Papers that fashion has I approved, pent. Ink. pencils, desk appointments of every description that become Immediate fav orites when ones used. Ask us for anything In stationery, and if it's good it's here. R. R. Hubbard - Douglas if ALASKAN i! HOTEL 0 i > :: Juneau's Leading Hostelry I! 1 ? < > i > < > < ? Steam heat, running hot and < > ! ? cold water In all rooms?six- ?, ]' teen rooms with bath?Btrlctly J [ , , J; flr?t class cafe?centrally locat- J J . i > e'd?big sample rooms. Auto < > 11 meets all steamers?rates: $1.60 J > ' | per day and up?commercial < J > trade solicited. < > ? < > ! P. L. Gemmctt, Pres. & Mgr. J! | ^ ^ F.^ K ^McC^oy,^ Se^y-Troa^ ^ I LAUNDRY || < > < I ?? 0 < ? <> Send your bundle to tho old < ? o reliable place and have It done < > < > > right There It a reason. < ? < > * ? O O ? 0 0 ; ALA8KA 8TEAM LAUNDRY ! Phone 15 J. H. King, Mgr. o ? jl ? Ill 1111 1?11 It ; Juneau . Douglas :: : Phcne 299 Phone 52:: ALASKA : Cleaners & Dyers j ? : Are Now Open :: ? giving special attention to ladles ? ? ) evening gowns, ?Hks; cleaning, j \ > pressing, altering, repairing and ? ? i dying. Wo also clean portlers, ] | > lace curtains, gloves and corsets. ? ? ! Feathers cleaned, dyed and ! ! ? curled. Ladles' and gents' hats 1 1 ! cleaned and re-blocked. Panama ! ' hats made to order. No spot- 1 j ! ting. Everything Is thoroughly , , | cleaned. Wo have the most mod- 11 ! em machines for Fronch dry ! ! | cleaning. Our motto?Good work | | > and reasonable prices. All work < > J called for and delivered prompt- | | ? !y. Olve us a trial. Wo guaran- > > | tee to please you. | ] Geo. Curtis, Prop.: | ' ii 111T ! I Home Cooking and Good Meals t 1 ? _ _ < > * at 35 cents ;; Also Furnisned Rooms I ANDREW 8IP0LA \ \ ; Opposite "Canteen", Douglas < | BING HALLECK and ED ARM STRONG THE NORTHERN Front Street Douglas, Alaska beer. Come In and boc our free moving picture show, every night at eight o'clock, four reels of fun and pleasure, change of program every other day. Steam heated rooms in connection. HUNTER HOTEL AMUSEMENT PARLORS Spend your leasuro time playing- pool and billiards. You are always welcome. Come see ma L. H. KIEST - DOUGLAS Ladies as well as gentlemen will in the <? future have comforta- <> ble quarters at the AJ- J | aska Cafei Private <; boxes in ladies' cafe. < > < ? The ALASKAN CAFE H A. T. SPATZ, Prop. < I ^ ? , < > The Empire $1.00 a montt delivered 1 ; Mrs.NELS.aJOHNSON | of DOUGLAS J J handles most everything, at the lowest J ' cost prices. Call and look my stock over. J We are closing out oar Shoo Department at very low prices. ; . ' > When you want > ? I | v.. | J !! Hardware, Stove*, Furai- .. ! I ture, Carpet*, Linoleum, ! I ! Sashes, Guns, Electric Sup- !! ! plies, Trunks, Suit Cases, ! ! China ware,' Paints and Oils ! II Hem Julius Jensen:; ? ? Douglas Alaska < > i'miniIiiiim ill I if!! H The Grotto ;; Saloon and Liquor Store ;: ? ? ? ? LaVELLE A BROPHY Proprietors ' !. Front St JUNEAU i mi i m 111 ii 111 n i m n 11 < ! Alaska Furniture 8 Undertaking x < > Company x 3! Funeral Directors & Cmbalmers | Douglas Alaska ? 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. ' V RUDOLPH B LA HUT. Manager Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer On Draught SXSSOOSSXSOOgCOOOBOOOOOCXSS* DOUGLAS BLACKSMITH SHOP | * Sid JonxaoN and Andes* Beant *i I f Blacksmithtng and General Repair Work. | Horseshoeing. boat repairing and wagon \ making. A*ancrfor R?*al Gaa Engine. \ I Front SL, opp. New Bank DOUGLAS ?~i 11111111 i i 1111111 n 1111 * | CITY CAPE^ter"00 - .. Opera Home Hotel * Beet meals in town for the money * ) ' We serve everything the market carriea. a ? ' Also furnished rooms r.., -a c ; ? I ' in connection. MW ?* ;>?rTlc? ., !! H. BERGER A J. HICKS, Props. + II I 1 111 I I I 111 || | | | | | | | | tH ? . Whan you visit Douslaa drop in at the CITY BAR and try one of oar special f lex's FRONT STREET - DOUGLAS ARE IOU GOING TO BOILD? M.M.GIMSE md^BClLDB* I Builds bouaee both biz and small and does re pair work at reasonable rates. Sea ma at the Douglas Hardware Store or Phone 55 GROCERIES MEN'S GOODS I M. J. O'CONNOR Douglas 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 J change. Commercial accounts solicited. Interest allowed on time deposits. M. J. O'CONNOR. Pres. - - - A. E. GURR, Cashier Fresh Vegetables Each boat arriving from the South brine* ? coniignment of Freah and Crisp Celery, Asparagus, Gooseberries, Lettuce, Cur.umbers, * e"c., to Douglas. Look ia (lie TL A l-a. P for lbs Latest FRESH AND wiadow of 1 ne Uuality Grocery prbpar eded?lbs A " * CAVE'"" j; Douglas Opera House Hotel Connection ? We serve the BEST BEER ~ fll?ee in Douglas for . . . ?\ VjlaSd FREE MOVING PICTURES EVERY NIGHT .... ! | <: The Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars ,, !I PETE ROLANDO, Prop. Douglas, Alaska II ( > ^ < A WEDDING IN DOUGLAS would be made enjoyablo if the friends would see PAUL BLOEDHORN, and purchase a necklace or a lovely piece of jewelry, a watch or a clock for the new home. Broken jewelry repaired and gems remounted In the latest styles. ???????'? 4 The Juneau Music House- j HEADQUARTERS FOR EDISON DISC PHONOGRAPH?"Human Tone" VICTOR VICTROLAS TALKING MACHINES COLUMBIA GRAPHONOLAS : A Complete Stock of Sizes of Above Machines THE ONLY RELIABLE SdFouSt SHEET MUSIC MUSIC HOUSE in Alaska Musical Instromenu OI1LL 1 mUOt^ | THREE STORES | j THE REXALL DRUG STORE JUNEAU MUSIC HOU8E FRONT STREET DRUG STORE GUY L. SMITH. Mngr. Second and Seward Sts. 3d iind O Sts. Douglas, Alaska ELMER E. SMITH, Propr. Douglas, Alaska -I ??? ? m Ill I Mil IB ?Ill ' ^ H Reasons Why? We Ast Your Patronage We have the stock, cutter, styles, and prices; and the ability, backed up by twenty-five years of experience. See our stock; get prices, before you place your order. t 53500 to 56500 J. H. IRVING COMPANY, INC. Tailors for Men and Women Front Stroot and Main, JUNEAU, ALASKA 3=== s=Q ALASKA MEAT COMPANY John Reck. Mgr. ; ? r ^Wholesale and Retail Butchers MnnuftCTturen of sll Kinda of Sausages Our Hams and Bacon Are Home-Smoked i ' 1 * - _ - JUST RECEIVED ??????i?wm ' A real English Last in black and tan shoes 1 for men. They are made by NETTLETON, ' the finest shoemaker of men's shoes in the q To), world, and the numbers we now carry in stock are Nettleton's latest creations. Sizes from 51 to 11 ? ' Price: $6.50 ^VNERUjkjlSKJi.