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==. -^f1 If you want the real thing in TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING SEE M. J. O'CONNOR A Perfect Fit or No Sale NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED Af. J. O'CONNOR DOUGLAS The Greatest Offer Ever Made to the PEOPLE OF DOUGLAS Three Superb Prizes Given Away Each Dollar Purchase Entitles You to One Chance in Rig Drawing. Save Your Tickets I Have Just Received The Biggest Stock of Christmas Goods Ever Shipped Into Alaska. Come Early and Often PAUL BLOEDHORN DOUGLAS ALASKA 1111111111 iiiiiiH111111111?111a11111111M i f 111 n 11 i i WINTER IS HERE Get Your Heaters Ready. The Biggest and Best Line of Heat- ? ? !j ers in Douglas Can Be Found at ;; JULIUS JENSENS ii 1' 1111111111111111111111111111111111111II111 1 ?! ?I"liiii !? i H-H-H I I i i l I I .1 ?; 1 l-.I-I I H-H-H f THE ALASKA BAR j The Only Place in Douglas to Get a Nice Cool Glass of Beer. Always -j Fresh and Pure ? 111 ;i! ii i ii i i 11 h 11 r.i-i.i- i-i-i-i-i-i-i-i-i-i .i-r-i-.i. r i-i- i-i J : -DOUGLAS OPERA HOUSE \ THE OLD RELIABLE STAND J Something doing every minute. Free moving pictures, music * ? and Dutch Lunch Every Night. ? ttiitsssitssitttttstttistitstitiiiittiissitiitsiststss H-H 1 H 1 I M ?! I 1 II Ml H-I ?! I I I I M-M-l-l-l | THE CITY BAR J + Three big prizes given away. Each purchase entitles the pur- !! ~ chaser to one chance. Prizes will be awarded Dec. 24th, at 8 p. m. "' T DOUGLAS, ALASKA ?? Tm i i 1111 i-i i-i 4 11 i-.i-i i; i; i i 111- m i"i -i-i -i- r h i- i h-h -i -i i i i 11-1 -f DON'T FORGET THE VICTOR : ? DOUGLAS. ALASKA x Z? + We carry the best stock of Liquor that money can buy. Fam- J ? lly trade our specialty. ? CHAMBERS BROS., "BUTCHERS" Wholesale and Retail Deulvra in Beef, Pork. Mutton. Fresh Veal. Fish, Poultry and Game In Season pi...... iji wp ?nr iriT vniiK PiTDTOCAfiE DOUGLAS 1111 m m m i m 11; 111 m i m : m m 11 m 11 m m 111 COUGHLIN & DAHL T Dealers in Fancy and Staple Groceries. B. <?. M. Tamales, and Seal ?f shipt Oysters. + FRONT STREET DOUGLAS ;; Ti 11111 M 11111-11-1-11-i-i..i.i..i-i..i-i..i-i.i..i..|..|..i..t.i-i-i-i-i-i-i-i-i-i-t-i-1-I-7 n 111111111111111111111 n 111111111111111111111111 m 11 T. ?S* F. AFRICII Dealers in \ | (iENKRAL MERCHANDISE !! DOUGLAS ST. ANN'S AVENUE ALASKA ;; "l MI I I I M I I I I I J I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 11 I I I I I I I I 1 -M I M M M M M M M M M M I'M ::The City Bakery:: Joseph Riedl, Prop. || + We have the reputation of pro- Z. .. ducing the best bread in Douglas J " Sanitary Bakery Methods II FREE DELIVERY ;; .. Parties Supplied With Made-to- || Order Dainties || Your Patronage Solicited II Douglas || M M 1 ! 11 i I M II II 11 M M 11 1 + W. H. SULLY UNDERTAKER Manufacturer of Store and Office Fixtures DOUGLAS 1 ; I I 1 t I'M I I t I I I'M I II M I M V ; iioRPHEUMii! THEATRE :: SPICKETT & McIVER. Propi. " DOUGLAS - ALASKA " :: Advanced Vaudeville:: j| and Motion Pictures j| :: TRUST FILMS jj ;; Best by Test ;; VAUDEVILLE !! !! Every Niffht T1111111 m i n 11111 n 1111 *i Sparks Prom Douglas DOUGLAS. Nov. 25.?The funeral of litle Ruby Kldd HUe was held yest erday afternoon from the Odd Fel lows' hall. Rev. Jonea, of Juneau, of ficiating. The funeral was largely at tended. The Rebekahs, of which Mrs. Hlle la a member attended n a body. Word was received lately that little Rosie Bonlno was operated on and is getting along nicely. The removal of Roaie'a eye waa necessary aa the cat aract could not be removed other wise. Mrs. Gamble pleased a large aud ience at the Tread well Club Saturday night by giving several recitations. Assistant Superintendent E. P. Ken nedy will be married to Miss Sarah Keenan in San Francisco, Cal., on Tuesday, Nov. 26. M. G. Rogers will move his family into the new Glllace cottage on Fifth and F streets sometime this week. The firemen of Treadwell will hold one of their well-known smokers this evening. There will be singing, dane ing and wrestling during the evening. The dress-makers have been kept busy for the last week making cos tumes for the Red Men's masquerade on Wednesday night. The natator ium, the largest hall in town, has been secured for the evening to acom mo date the large crowd. The high school program will take place tomorrow evening at the school house. Everybody Is Invited. The many friends of Harry Jor dan will be glad to learn that he Is feeling much better today. The population of Douglas Is In creasing dally. A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Robertson last night. Dr. Sargeant was In attend ance. The Orpheum was again packed at last night's performance?many were forced to return home. There were high-class specialties by Mrs. Watson. Mrs. Trantow, Miss Rowan, and Spick ett and Mclvor. Tonight the pro gram changes. $100 REWARD. A reward will be paid for Informa tion that will lead to the arrest and conviction of the persons who broke into a building and stole a gasoline engine from Nevada creek. M. S. HUDSON. Keep your coupons and remember the time, day and place. When you buy at the "Little Doug las" you have a guarantee that all goods arc absolutely pure and stand proof. ??? FUNERAL OF ALEX NADEAU. The body of the late Alex. Nadeau will arrive on the Humboldt tomor row night. The funeral arrangements have not yet been completed, but will be announced later. SERVED FOR JURY DUTY. Returns from both the grand and petit jury venires have been made with the exception of Juneau, and all veniremen were served except Howard Ashley, of Skagway, drawn for the petit jury; and Lee Gault, of the same place, drawn on the grand jury, and John Glllice, of Douglas, drawn for the grand jury. Jas. Fitzgerald Is rapidly closing out his stock of goodB preparatory to turning over the property to the new firm of Noland & Helsing. A. J. White, who has been in charge of the hydraulic operations in the Ba i sion for Griffin & Co., is In town. He | will leave for San Francisco during the week, returning next spring. ARRESTED ON LARCENY CHARGE < I Michael Hart was arrested this | morning by one of Captain Martin's night men on the charge of stealing twenty dollars from the person of John Shenan. Hart was given a hear- ( Ing this afternoon before Grover Winn of the commissioner's court. Hart was found guilty by the court and sentenced to 120 days In the fed eral jail. A. Boas of Iditarod who has been in Juneau for some time, leave for Se attle on the first steamer South. Have you seen them? Beautiful IVORY CARVING SETS at W. H. CASE. tf. An L. C. SMITH visible Typewriter, of the latest model, for sale; in good condition, apply H. M. Brown, box "D" Juneau. 6L New designs in white and gold chinaware. In sets and open stock. 11. J. SHARICK. WHALE FOUND IN A TRAP A whale sixty-five feet long was found a few days ago In trap No. 4 belonging to the Admiralty Trading Co., at Oliver Inlet. The big animal had wound itself up In the web of the trap and was dead as a mackerel when found. The carcass is still there and may be seen by those people who are skeptical concerning flish and sea stories. FUNERAL NOTICE. To Juneau Lodge. No. 420, B. P. 0. E., The funeral of Brother H. D. Kirm se, of Skagway Lodge, No. 431, will be held tomorrow, November 26, 1912, a 2:00, from Elks' hall. All members are urged to be pres ent in the club rooms at 1:30 o'clock p. m. sharp. J. W. Bell. E. It., H. J. TURNER, Sec. COMMERCIAL CLUB | TO MEET TONIGHT. There will be a meeting of the Com mercial Club tonight and many mat ters of importance will receive at tention. THE NORTHWESTERN Ib making a special trip with a consignment of flowers for the Winter & Poiul Store. Orders placed now will insure Thanks giving delivery. NOTICE. In order to insure the publication sf advertisements In The Dally Em pire, copy should reach the office not later than 9 a. m. Stewart Flemming, a well known Nomeite, is in the employ of the Gas tlneau Company at Pearl harbor. Newest styles in IVORY JEWELRY Just in at W. H. CASE. tf. Beautiful sets ladies' furs for the wife, sister or sweetheart, at W. H. CASE. tf. Royal Typewriters; for rent or salo, W. H. CASE, the Typewriter man. tf. A full assortment of Old Ivory Chinaware at I. J. SHARICK. ??? To Juneau patrons: I wish to announce that I am pre pared to give prompt and efficient service in delivering, coal hauling freight, baggage, etc. HILARY McKANNA TRANSFER Phono Order 5-7 or 55 tf YOUNGER NATIVES j MAKE OBJECTION The Empire Is In receipt of the fol- j lowing, signed hy "Jamos Watson, sec-. retary of the Juneau Native Band": ; "I am requested by the Juneau Na- J tive Bund, of which I am secretary, to ask for a denial of the statements in The Empire of last Saturday, while memorial exercises were held in this village during last week. "It is not true as stated that the Tslmpseans and the Hydas, or any other tribes conferred savage degrees or that initiates were bled on hands, tatooed or potlachcs conducted. "Although the younger generation of natives do not participate in those ceremonies, we protest against these exaggeraions and misrepresentations as outrageous." The story printed by The Empire was well authenticated before it went into type. The younger natives were in no way mentioned as being implicated in or as countenancing these rites, and their protest should be directed to and against those old er natives who did practice the cere monies as detailed In The Empire's article. Hot chili beans all the time at [ l.ockic McKinnon's Mayflower. tf. Remember your Christmas attire. It pays to patron ize home industry. Besides you get up-to-date clothes. Plenty of patterns to select from. F. WOLLAND 2nd St. Phone 6-6 i I I I 1 I 1 I I I I T I I' i -i ;;The Unique Millinery;; LADIES' " I;; FURNISHINGS H I II I 1 I I I III II!I I III 111 It CLASSIFIED. FURNISHED ROOMS ? To rent. Call phone 3-4-8-3. 6t. LOST?Gold handled umbrella en graved initial M. W. T. Reward re turn to Taylor's candy parlor. 3t. BLACKSMITH ? Thorough" work man in all lines of the trade, wants position. Address X.Y.Z. Empire of fice. FOUND?Pair of knit gloves. Own er cnllat Empire office. WE WANT TO DO OUR SHARE Towards supplying your fall and winter needs, at the very lowest price and with merchan dise that can be depended on and with reliable and up-to-date goods WE GUARANTEE OUR GOODS AND PRICES DEPARTMENTS ARE NOW COMPLETE IN ALL LINES LADIES' COATS We received on the last boat twenty-five new models. In Chinchilla, Bouches, Cheviots and fancy mixtures. Prices $10.00 to $35.00 LADIES' HEAVY WOOL CRAVENETTE COATS in grey, tan, brown, Navy and Scotch ipixtures. SPECIAL PRICE while they last $8.00 RAIN COATS A Special in ladies' tan colored Rain Coat. Double texture, square shoulder, outside pockets, mili tary band collar. Special .$6.50 LADIES' SUITS" A big line to select from. Made of all the new cloths, "strictly man tailored," and the very newest of Fall and Winter models. Prices $17.50 to $45.00 LADIES' ONE-PIECE DRESSES Never in the store's history have we had the large varied line for you to select from as now. Prices range from $6.50 UP LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S FURS In Near-Seal. Coney, Russian mink, Japanese mink, Isabella fox, Muffleu, Iceland fox and REAL MINK. Price $3.50 to $315.00 Set LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR AND HOSIERY In these lines, our stock is bubbling with good values. We carry the very best makes and have priced them at the lowest possible price. HOLIDAY FANCY WORK PACKAGES Get the Busy Bee needle outfit, which contains mater ial complete with one book suggestion in shadings. Price 25c and 50c D. M. C. EMBROIDERY PACKAGES In Combination, Gowns, Chemise, Corset Covers and Infant's Dresses. These goods are all ready made, stamped and ready to embroidery. Prices 75c, $1.00 and $1.50 LEATHER GOODS OF ALL KINDS :: You'll be delighted with the new styles we :: :: offer for young men in our showing of :: Hart, Schaffer & Marx I ? ? Varsity Models :: Smartest, liveliest, snappiest lot of new clothes :: :: you ever saw, and they fit :: :: Our new line of hats now on exhibition :: :: Call in and look them over. :: 1 ? 1 ? ? 1 1 I III M 'I'l ?! 1 I 1 1 I 1 III I HI III 111 I I 111 I I II I A fpw of our Grofprv Dpnarhnprrt fpatorps H,LLS BR0S C0FFEE PARAD,SE crackers and danism butter rt ICTT Ul UUI vjiulciy lfc|jul IIIICIII ICdlUICd fresh fruits and fresh vegetables arriving on every boat . - ll = I We Are Exclusive Agents for NETTLETON SHOES Royal Worcester and Bon Ton Corsets $1.00 to $10.00 | ^iliS^ /^zJuneru,Alaska, . ; Pictorial Review Patterns 10c and 15c BATH ROBES $5.00 to $20 THE REPUBLIC Anderson & Ringnette, Props. Noted for their fine liquors and choice Imported wines. They have just received an immense stock of fancy goods for the holiday trade. Don't Forget the Number DOUGLAS ? ? ? ALASKA Douglas Roller Rin k Open for Skating 2:30 to 5 p. m. and Every E\cning ?????????????????????????? | Douglas Hand Laundry K. WYEMURA, Prop. <? ? Opposite Douglas Opera House o ? Phone 2-7 Baths 25 Cents DOUGLAS STANDARD SIZES AND THE LATEST STYLES LADIES' SHOES-MEN'S SHOES New Goods For the Rainy Season SANDSTROM & HEIDORN Seward Street j C W. YOUNG COMPANY Dealers in Mining, Fishing, Plumbing and Building Supplies Front Street Juneau W. R. WILLS general merchandise fresh seal shipt oysters Phone 4-9 LUDERFISK Orange, Lemon and Citron Peel | I CHARICK / I ? J ? \J Jeweler and 1 Optician ? PHONE 9-4 FOR YOUR |j < > TABLE WINES AND LIQUORS I " i * i > JUNEAU LIQUOR COMPANY i: INCORPORATED J J <? ?