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IHAVE ;; Dahl & Wahlberg | PUT THAT SUIT \\ 1 IN CONDITION X * * FOR THE \ > | Fireman's Ball ;; ? ? 111111111 , - t j; The Alaska Grill il I! The Beit Appointed :: Place in Town T ;; Best of Everything Served !! !! at Moderate Prices ;; ' m HI t I II ? PREPARATIONS INSURE GOOD DEMONSTRATION DOUtii.AS. July 20 -The pTpara ?-ions that have been made Insure a ? reat success of Pemons'mtion >aow that will be Riven by the ladies of St. Luke's Episcopal church at this idace tomorrow afternoon. The show will be Riven at the Alaska l^abor I'r.ion bail. The following have been donated fcr tbe demonstrations: Meat ?Agpnour's sliced ham. Yegetabres?Refugee string beans. Early June Peas. White Asparagus ? Tips, and tomatoes, all the Reliable 4 brand. Hot Biscuits, rolls and doughnuts , made with Best Everett Flour, Wild , Rose Lard and Folger's Baking Pow- ( der. Salad?Vegetable salad with May onnaise made with Romann's Olive OIL Fruits ? Apricots, peaches sliced pineapple, raspberries, all the Reliance brand. . reserves, jellies, jams, all the Al len & Lewis "Preferred Stock." M.J.B. Coffee and Tea. Armour's grape^Jatce, Imperial can dy. and El Stdelo cigars. Soaps, perfumes and drug sundries will be on display from Elmer E. Smith's drug store. | Cooking utensils, electrical appll 1 ances and kitchen conveniences from I fules Jensen's hardware store. The ladles of St. Luke's church. | Douglas, wish it understood that the | wholesale houses are paying them to demonstrate the above named goods to the housekeepers of Juneau. Thane. Douglas and TreadwelL Leave your pocketbooks at home as there will be no admission and no charge for anything. The doors open at two o'clock. GEORGESON'S GALWAY CATTLE ON WAY HOME The herd of Galway stock belonging to the United States experiment sta tion at Kodiak island went west on the ;ist trip of the Admiral Sampson. They have been in Washington Statu slnco the famous Katmai eruption, and for fore than a year near Chehalis. Lew Is County, in that State. Prof. C. C. Georgeson, who sjperin 'onded their shipment from Seattle, left Juneau on the Georgia this /horn ing. ? ? ?? ALASKA DAILY EMPIRE * t Douglas Branch ? * M. A. SNOW, Manager + * * ***+*++?+?++++++ * + -:- + -:- + + + + + + + + ? fr + * DOUGLAS NEW8 N0TE8. ? * * ?>* + + * + + ** + + ? + ?*? DOUGLAS, July 29.?The past 24 hour* have been busy ones for the Pojigiias wharf people, six boats hav ing been tied up In that time. Miss Helen Fox returned last night on the Princess Alice from Victoria whore she hr.s been attending school. Mrs. Jok!. who has redded on the Island for the past year, left for the South on the Dolphin last night. Mrs. C. H. Palmer and Mrs. M. Hal louck left on the Dolphin last, night for the States. It has been announced that the Tav ern Cafe has changed hands. Miss S. Trygostad. of Juneau, taking over the management. It will reopen tomor row morning. The ladles of St. Lukes' Guild wish to announco again that they will be unable to serve children at the Free Demonstration Fair. The Misses Vienna and Cirri Ton tanesi arrived on the Humboldt and will locate here. There will be a meeting of the Dem ocratic Club tonight at the Lyric af ter the show. FUNERAL HELD TODAY FOR JOHN GESEKUS DOUGLAS, July 29.?The funeral of John Gesekus, who accidentally killed himself last Sunday at Ollvor's Inlet, was held this afternoon at two o'clock from the Oddfellows' hall, the Rev. Owen Umstead officiating. Mr. Ge sekus was a member of Allmanla Lodge, No. 79. I. 0. 0. F., of Newark. New Jersey. LADIES OF GASTINEAU CHANNEL ARE INVITED ?+? DOUGLAS. July 29.?A special in vitation Is extended the housekeepers of Juneau and Thane to attend the "Free Demonstration Fair" at the Al askn Labor Union hall, Douglas, Thursday afternoon and evening. The very best materials are being prepared and will be daintily served, absolute ly free, to demonstrate their merits to the housekeeping public. COMPLETE CHANGE AT THE LYRIC TONIGHT ?+? DOUGLAS. July 29.?The following program at the Lyric tonight: 1. 'Pedro's Revenge," a Mexican drama that will interest you. 2. "The Silver Cross" is a Solax drama; beautiful settings and cleverly enacted. 3. "The Idol of the Hour," a so ciety drama. I. "Marriage by the Wholesale," a comedy of marital troubles. JUNEAUITES CONVCITED OF VAGRANCY AT DOUGLAS ?+? DOUGLAS, July 29.?Al Lundgren and Harvey Sullivan, both of Juneau, were convicted of vagrancy in the po lice court last night and were sentenc ed to 60 days in Jail. Sentence was suspended pending their promise to leave town within 12 hours. + + + treadwell notes + * ? 5. A A + .;. ?!? ^ + ?!? + + + ??? + + + + TREADWELL, July 29. ? Harry Wtrt and Ray C. Hunt, who have been employed in the Treadwell mine for the past few months, have been transferred to the Cyanide plant. Pohn Duncan. "Our John." return ed from the South on the Princess Al ice last night. John has been visit ing relatives in the States and British Columbia for the past three months. R. J. Fitzmaurice had his left arm very painfuly burned yesterday morn ing at the Cyanide plant. The new warehouse on the dock is completed with the exception of the | doors nnd windows. The nobles of Gizel Temple of the | Mystic Shrine at Victoria, who arrived from the South on the Princess Alice last night, stated that on their return from Dawson on the 16th of August they would stay at Treadwell long enough to go through the mines. Sharkey, the Japanese cook from the Mexican boarding house has resigned and will leave soon for Jualln to tako charge of the kitchen at that place. Sharkey is a well known figure on the Island, having been employed here for the past ten years. Letters from Mrs. Pearl Allen, nee El'.a Carroll, dated at Dawson, state that she is delighted with the inter ior country, and is comfortably settled there for the winter. local baseball teams go to skagway saturday The next game of baseball between i Douglas-Treadwell and Gastineau-Ju neau will be played next Sunday at Skagway, according to plans that are now being considered, said Manager R. W. Wulzen today. It Is not known definitely what boat tho teams will travel on, nor what hour, but it is ex pected to leave here Saturday night and return late Sunday night. Wheth er this game is to be counted as one of the series of fifteen also remains to be determined. Manager Wulzen said the game scheduled for this evening at Recre ation park was called off on account of wet condition of grounds. alaska-juneau men ill at 8t. ann's A. J. Stephens is in St. Ann's hospi al suffering from reheumatism. and fosepli Ryan Is also confined there vith a fever. Both men are employed n the Alaska-Juneau mine. m ?? EVERETT REAL ESTATE MAN LIKES JUNEAU ?+? K. K. Aalbu. formerly in business at Everett and who recently located in Juneau, looks upon this city as a place to tie to. He says that it offers better inducements to the conserva tive investor of capital than any city in all the West, j Mr. Aalbu has: taken charge of the selling of the remainder of tho Casey Shattuck lots. This property Is lo cated in one of the choicest sections of urban Juneau, and la right in the path of expansion movement of the city. "With the growth of Juneau's popu lation that will necessarily follow the! development and operation of her great gold deposits the Casey-Shat tuck addition must rapidly acquire j valueB." said Mr. Aalbu. "Juneau must grow toward the north, and with that! growth there will be a retail district1 in the Casey-Shaftuck addition section' of town as well as some of the choic-j I " est residence sites in the city. It was because of the excellency of the in vestment offered by the owners of this addition that I sought tho opportunity to sell it." + + + + + + + + 4> + + +? + + + ?> PERSONAL MENTION H. R. CllSe, the well known Seattle lawyer who has been in Juneau for the past few days, left for Seattle on the Dolphin: Mrs. C. H. Butters took passage on the Admiral Evans last night for Skagway enroute to Whitehorse where she will join her husband for the Bummer. W. J. Lewis, special agent for the U. S. land office, took passage on the Admiral Evans for Cordova. Miss Alice Gray, of Oklahoma City. Oklahoma, is a Juneau visitor and will bo the guest of Mrs. B. D. Stewart for two weeks. Dr R. Hill, chief surgeon of the Great Northern railway line, accom-j panted by his niece and two young j lady friends, Is making the Southeast ern Alaska tour for pleasure aboard the City of Seattle. W. H. Jones, a manufacturing Jewel I er is among the round trip tourists aboard the City of Seattle. William Busch returned on the Hum boldt this morning from a brief visit to the States. .Mrs. C. W. Fries, wife of Council man Fries returned on the Humboldt this morning from an extended visit in the States. She was accompanied by the Misses L. and J. Kron. Frank Carroll, of the Ingersoll-Rand company, Is expected to return from I the Westward Saturday or early next | week. Felix Bechaump, delegate from Chi chagoff precinct to the Democratic | convention at Skagway, arrived on the | Dolphin and is staying at the Occiden | tal. A. D. Nash, well known mining man, returned on the Admiral Evans from the Ketchikan section where he has been looking over some properties. AN "OLD LINE" COMPANY WITH "NEW LINE" IDEAS ^INSURANCE CO. . J f |? S200.000.00 Depot Iced nidi Scate Ti?.cicr y J fl f h e'vlftm 3 IN 1 pff&S |\j v I C ?, ACCIDENT U A 1 ro.ldl-.. I I J ? Pronioni PaU for Yoa on \oar Life L<um?*' If Permanently Dbablcd Home Office, Wltlle Building. Seattle, I). S. A. PETT1T & HARVEY, Local A gents tqgaai ? i n?in?i? imii n inn MEW stock of I'm-| SlAfAQ a brellas-Latest 1 Kj W CA ICi O styles and best val- I imam ,, IIIMI ?, ues. The very latest | IRKS* M Arrived 'cLu f MRS. M. D. BERRY J GROCERIES I f MEN'S GOODS I ' \ ? *| si M. J. O'CONNOR Douglas f Douglas Opera House hotel In Connection ^ , ? We serve the BEST BEER r* ^ t in Douglas for . . . 3. VjiciSS X i FREE MOVING PICTURES EVERY NIGHT % I ... ? 1 4 The Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars 4 t ETE ROLANDO, Prop. Douglas, Alaska t ? . . _ ^ _ o ?/v ????<> W, 1 ? . HOWARD, WALTHAM & LCilcS I . ELGIN, HAMILTON $1.00 to $150 Each EQUITY and INGER30L An Elgin 16-3ize, Se\'cn Jewels, Nickel Case at 80.0O NEW DESIGNS IN ALASKA JEWELRY PAUL BLOEDHORN, DOUGLAS, ALASKA Hi? "THE LITTLE HARDWARE" |H j ? c ? -5 NORTH SIDE - = ? Z m ~Z> Si ' ? - ~ u , o S. ?? III! I 'The/ slHl ? !?! I " Douglas Hardware Store ^ ? * I f ? 3 ? X J * = ? O S|S1 S TELEPHONE 55 g c ? ? JS ! * 2 o ? I AM ON THE _ * ? | | | SOUTH SIDE | ? f x o ?o Have only been here 4 years. Will be here a little longer ?< ? 3 ? Largest Music House in Alaska Highest Gride Pianos, Piano Player s, Edison Disc Phonograpns, Victor and Columbia Talking Machines, Rsc ords of all makes. Sheet Music. I 3 Stores Juneau Music House J. P. L. GRAVES. Mgr. ( REXALL DRUG STORE FRONT STREET DRUG STORE J Douglas, Alaska. Douglas, Alaska. \ ELMER E. SMITH, Prop. ji Only Two More Days Left to Take Advantage of the Great July Clearance Sale We are Adding a few More Extra Specials to the List NECK WEAR in Dutch collars, stocks and standing effects in cream and white, regular price up to $1.00 ?/\ July Clearance Sale Price vUC WOMENS' AND MISSES' DRESSES in soft messaline, crepes, and crepe de Chine; several shades to choose from, and nearly all sizes. These dresses are valued up to $22.50. For two days only? C1f| flfl July Clearance Sale Price j3lU*UU SERGE DRESSES AND SKIRTS in navy and black; nearly all sizes? it n /\r| July Clearance Sale Price iJcKUU WASH DRESSES in pure linens, crepes and ratine, in all shades, including peach, green, French blue, lavender, pink and white. To close out for two days only? jiQ mr* July Clearance Sale Price J LINGERIE WAISTS in voile, batiste and marquisitete, trimmed in lores and in sertion, long and short sleeves. Regu July Clearance Sale Price ire* Ap lar value up to $6.50? l5cKyD SILK PETTICOATS in soft messaline, in plain colors also floral designs in all shades, including black. Regular price $4.75 and $5.00. it <> qp July Clearance Sale Price 0 =======S $1.75 Muslin and Crepe Gowns $1.75 Silk Gloves, blwhitc<d 50 Cts. Chamosette Gloves shades 50c ANDERSON & THF FA\H!(llll COR. 3rd AND JONES f*OI IIV II SEWARD ST. = PHONE 271 ===?!====: tamammmm i I I I H I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ? 1 When you want ? ' I Hardware, Stovei, Furni- !! !! ture, Carpets, Linoleum, !! ! > Sashes, Guns, Electric Sup- !! ! plies, Trunks, Suit Cases, !! ! Chinaware, Paints and Oils ! ace roe ? ; Julius Jensen;; ? ? Douglas Alaska ? > i I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II ' 111 I 111 I I I 111H M 111 II I I 11 ;; The Grotto ;; Saloon and Liquor Store :; LaVELLE & BROPHY Proprietor* ;; Front St JUNEAU ?H-I-M 'H M-M' l-M I"! M l 1 I H-I-H < ? . < > < * L. G Thomas Mori F. Thomas" < > < > Alaska Furniture S Undertaking < ? <' Co., Inc. < > <> Funeral Directors & Embalmers <? <> o < > IXiUjrla* Aliuka * > HUNTER HOTEL | DOUGLAS, ALASKA Strictly First-Class. Always . on Hand: Choice Wines, Liquors i and Cigars. Our Specialty? ' Mixed Drinks. Front St, opp. Ferry Landing i B. CONRAD, Prop. RUDOLPH BLAHUT, Manager J Pabit Bluo Ribbon Beer On Draught J HUNTER HOTEL AMU9EMENT PARLORS Spend your 1ensure time playing- pool and billiards. You arc always welcome. Come aeo ma. L. H. ICIEST - DOUGLAS *********** ***** ? + ? ARE YOU GOINQ TO BUILD? * + + + Are you going to repair your + + house? See George E. Brown, * * Contractor & Builder, Douglas ? **************** ARE YOU GOING TO BUIIDT M.M.GIMSE . adNTBriLDER J Builda houses both big and amall and does re pair work at reasonable rates. See mo at the Douglas Hardware Store or Phone 55 Public Stenographer 207 SEWARD BLOCK RUTH MERRILL, PHONE 295 ST. GEORGE HOUSE. Everything new. Good light and veil ventilated rooms. Baths, electric Ight. Good board. Reasonable rates by the day, week >r month. 4-18-tf MRS. A. E. VESTAL. REDUCTION SALE . :S=^SS=^f . Of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothing IN SMALL SIZES ONLY THESE SUITS ARE REGULAR $30.00 and $35.00 VALUES ? $12.50 ^^qJuneru,Alaska.