If you want the real thing in
M. J. O'CONNOR
A Perfect Fit or No Sale
NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED
M. 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
Big Drawing. Save Your Tickets
I Have Just Received
The Biggest Stock of Christmas Goods
Ever Shipped Into Alaska. Come Early and Often
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? WINTER IS HERE
J Get Your Heaters Ready. The Biggest and Best Line of Heat- ?
2 ers in Douglas Can Be Found at
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" The Only Place in Douglas to Get a Nice Cool Glass of Beer. Always ??
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Something doing every minute. Free moving pictures, music J
and Dutch Lunch Every Night. ^
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T Three big prizes given away. Each purchase entitles the pur- "
+ chaser to one chance. Prizes will be awarded Dec. 24th, at 8 p. m. "
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^ We carry the best stock of Liquor that money can buy. Fam- J
? ily trade our specialty. ?
CHAMBERS BROS., "BUTCHERS"
and Retail l> aler* in
Beef, Pork, Mutton, Fresh Veal. Fish, Poultry and Game
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7 Dealers in Fancy and Staple Groceries, B. & M. Tamales, and Seal- - ?
7 shipt Oysters.
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i:The City Bakery;:
Joseph Riedi, Prop. "
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Manufacturer of Store and
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DOUGLAS, Dec. 2.? Tho Dolphin
went South at noon today.
The funeral of Francis Forrest
Richards, who died In Seattle last
Monday, was held yesterday at 2 p.
m., from St. Luke's Episcopal church.
A large number of friends attended.
The services were conducted by Rev.
G. Retilson, of Juneau.
Miss Cassle King is suffering from
Mrs. Wm. Stubbins and Miss Doris
Oliver will be home tomorrow, on the
Spokane, after a trip of several weeks
in the Sound cities.
All schools have closed in Doug
las and Treadwell, on account of the
scarlet fever epidemic. The schools
will probably be closed until after the
The show at the Treadwell Club,
which was postponed las' Saturday
night, owing to the death of Francis
Richards, will take place this evo
ning; children under sixteen years of
age, will not be allowed at any of
the show houses, skating rinks, or
any public gathering until the pres
ent scare of scarlet fever abates.
Miss Lillian Llljestrand is return
ing on the Spokane tomorrow.
This is a good time for the young
sters to save their money for Christ
mas since they can't spend it for pub
The following took passage on the
Dolphin: Sam Vovich, Henry Monroe,
Nick L. Lee, T. Tahallashl, Paul
Coster. S. Vakovich, R. Plgonovlch,
S. Dahovashi, Nick Chorovlch.
N. G. Neville will move into the
house formerly occupied by M. G.
Rogers and family. Mr. and Mrs.
Neville have been living In the Con
gregational parsonage for tho last
Nick S. Lee, a Treadwell employee
for several years, left for the Sound
on the steamer Dolphin.
The City Council held a special
meeting yesterday to determine what
action should be taken to prevent the
spread of scarlet fever. From their
investigation it is apparent that the
blame for the spread of this epidem
ic can be laid to Dr. Dr. Weyerhorst,
who. it Is alleged, did not report his
cases to the City Council as he
should have done and as all the other
physicians have done, and it Is up
to the council to see that all men,
practitioners and others, comply with
The Jersey City group of claims on
Douglas island were on last Satur
day bonded to \V. G. Stegman. of Ju
neau, representing Eastern capitalists.
Negotiations for the transfer of this
property have been under way for
the past month. During that time
the property was thoroughly exam
ined with very satisfactory results.
Few people outside of Douglas isl
and know of the Jersey City group,
as the owners have quietly und pa- ;
tiently. but optimistically performed
their assessment work for the past
seventeen years with a firm and abid- ;
ing faith that sooner or later they
would not have to seek a purchaser, .
as the merits of the claims would .
bring him their way. That time has
arrived and the Jersey City group
might be said to have passed the
prospect stage. The development
work done on these claims to date i
consists of a shaft eighty feet, a cross i
cut forty feet and a drift twenty-nine i
feet, all in pay ore. i
The ore body differs somewhat from ;
Treadwell though running parallel to '
that great deposit, and being only
one-half mile distant. The forma- j
tion is eaxctly the same as Tread- ]
well, being a contact ledge between I
the slate and greenstone, but the Jer- j
soy City carries its greatest valueB* I
in free gold. Some of the richest I
specimens ever found in Alaska i
quartz were taken out of the drift I
The Jersey City group was locat- 1
ed in 1896 by James Mitchell, Joe I
McKone and "Cordwood Jim." The 1
present owners are M. J. O'Connor i
and James Mitchell, of Douglas; S. 1
Zenger and Wm. Meyer, of Juneau. i
According to the terms of the bond i
active development work must begin '
on May 1, and the day is not far dis- I
tant when Douglas Island will have <
another producing mine.
The papers transferring the proper- i
ty were signed Saturday and the i
deed is held in escrow by the First 1
National ban!. of Juneau, to be de- i
livered to its rightful owners on No
vember 30, 1913. 1
TEMPORARILY CLOSED. i
There will be no entertainment of
any kind at the Treadwell Club until
further notice. This action is taken 1
on account of the scarlet fever epi- I
domic now prevalent. 1
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The Swun freighter Bertha, Capt.
Knight, arrived at 8 o'clock yesterday
evening bringing HO tons of coal for
Juneau. She was scheduled to leave
this afternoon for Skagway.
The Cordova, Capt. Fred Warner,
arrived at the City dock at 7:15 last
night and commenced discharging
250 tons or coal for Juneau. The Cor
dova has coal for Valdez and Sewa-d
and expected to leave lute this after
The Dolphin arrived from Skagway
at 10:20 this morning having on I
aboard the Vidette when she was;
gers who were caught in the ice. The
Dolphin sailed South at 11:30.
1 he Spokane is due from the
The Princess May is due coming
North tomorrow and will sail for the
South on the night o fDec. 5.
Klukwan Band to
Play in Juneau
When the Spokane arrives In Ju
icnu on her next trip southbound the
?own of Juneau will be invaded by
?ho tribe of Klukwan. The invaders
will number half n hundred all told,
tnd they will be led ashore by Chief
The purpose of this visit is to give
pleasure to the people of Juneau. The
party will consist of two divisions?
?he Klukwan brass band, twenty-five
pieces in the hands of native music
ians; the other division contains
twenty-five artists who have been
specially trained for this stage per
The entertainment features have
been thoroughly rehearsed and will
be presented in Juneau for the first
time. The show will be both enter
taining and instructive. There will
be folklore songs by these sons and
laughters of Boras; dancing and
icting, and special features galore.
The artists garbed in the ancient cos^
tumes of their tribe will present the
aid rites and ceremonies?there will
be an exposition of witchcraft. The
special feature of the show will be
the enactment of the scene attend
ing the landing of the first white
man's ship at Sitka.
Theje people will take the Spo
knno at Haines and arrive here In
time to give their show Saturday
night, Dec. 7. Elks' hall has alreadv
been secured for the performance.
When you buy at the "Little Doug
las" you have a guarantee that all
;oodB are absolutely pure and stand
SOUTHBOUND ON DOLPHIN.
F. Wllkins of Fairbanks, 1b a pas
senger on the Dolphin. Mr. Wllkins
Is one of those who happened to be
aboard the Xldette when she was
nipped In the Ice at Indian river last
Mr. Wllkins says that the outlook
for Fairbanks Is good. Many of the
quartz prospects are turning out
fine and the little mines are pound
ing out the money.
HANGING POWER CABLE.
A large force of men were busy!
In the Basin Saturday stringing pow
er cables for the Alaska- Juneau Com
Keep your coupons and remember
the time, day aid place. ???' -
It pays to prtron
ize homo industry.
Besides you get
Plenty of patterns
to select from. j
F. WOLLAND j
2nd St. Phone 6-6 j
C. F. CHEEK
Game Heads, Fish and Birds.
SKINS AND FURS TANNED
Rug Work a Specialty
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EXPERIENCED woman wishes po- ?
Bitlon in hotel or private home. In- 2
quire Empire office. ' 2t. i
WANTED ? Route boy. Inquire ?
Empire office. Z
LOST?A 200-pound weight from f
City coal hunkers. Finder please re- 2
WANTED?Two short-order cocks; f
must be A-l; also first-class waiters ?
and waitresses. Apply Ernest War- 2
ren, Occidental hotel tf. ?
Anderson & Ringuette, 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
Open for Skating
2:30 to 5 p. m. and Every Evening
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K. WYEMURA, Prop. <?
O Opposite Douglas Opera House <?
? Phone 2-7 Baths 25 Cents
STANDARD SIZES AND THE LATEST STYLES
LADIES' SHOES-MEN'S SHOES
New Goods For the Rainy Season
SANDSTROM & HEIDORN Seward Street
C W. YOUNG COMPANY
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.J.S^!2Ki vrci VICI J
Optician \ J9/
PHONE 9-4 FOR YOUR ;;
TABLE WINES AND LIQUORS |
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JUNEAU LIQUOR COMPANY i:
Christmas Is Only a Few W eefcs Away
Have You Made Your List as to Your Xmas Needs. Our Stocks in Holiday Novelties, As Well As the Staple Lines, Are
Bursting With Suggestions. Call, Examine and Let Us Help You With Your Purchases. Our Merchandise Is the Best
and Prices Are the Very Lowest.
Don't Put Off Your Purchases too Late; as the Stocks Will Be Broken Before Long
LEATHER GOODS?In Pillow Tops, Runners, Center Pieces,
Bags, Collar Boxes, Glove and K'chief Cases, Card Cases,
Score Cards, Stationery and Book Covers. In fact everything
in the Craftwork of Leather. Call and let us show and price
JAPANESE BRASS NOVELTIES?This line is new this seas
on, and the prices are about half of Hammered Brass.
TOILET CASES, MANICURING CASES, SHAVING SETS,
INFANTS' TOILET SETS, COMB AND BRUSH SETS
?A big line to make your selection from.
WHITE CELLULOID NOVELTIES?In Picture Frames, Pin
Cushions, Plaques, Combs, Brushes and Dressing Table Nov
LADIES PADDED DRESSING SAQUES AND BATH ROBES
?A very pretty and serviceable Xmas remembrance.
LADIES' SILK UNDERWEAR, PETTICOATS AND HOS
IERY?All colors and prices
A NICE SILK OR CHIFFON WAIST?Makes a very service
able gift, and always acceptable. We have them at all prices.
CHRISTMAS HANDKERCHIEFS?In this line we spent a
great deal of time in selecting the best stock that was ever
shown in Juneau. PRICES 5c to $5.00.
FURS?For Ladies, Misses, Children and Babies. We carry
them in all the makes and different kind of furs.
LADIES' NECKWEAR?We have just received from the East
a big line of new up-to-date novelties in this line.
LADIES' COATS ANI) SUITS?We always have the new
models and cloths in this department. PRICES $8.00 to $110.00
MISSES' ANI) CHILDREN'S COATS AND DRESSES?All
kinds, all prices.
DO NOT FORGET OUR INFANTS' DEPARTMENT ? We
?carry a complete line in all articles needed for the baby.
;; Clothing and Gents' Furnishings Dep't ??
o YOUR CHOICE in Overcoats may be one of a dozen <?
different styles we'll show you. It may be a belt back, <>
or plaited; a very long coat or a medium; a loose, baggy ^
o back, or a form-tracing. You may want a rough or
,! smooth fabric; a plain color or a pattern, 3 ?
\\ Hart, Schaffer & Marx
< > makes them all, and we have good examples of all of them * ?
o here to show you. o
You can't make a mistake in buying these clothes; "
<> there's no mistake about them.
I Grocery Department features forXmas
NEW ARRIVAL SMYRNA FIGS. NEW CALIFORNIA FIGS, CLUSTER I
TABLE RAISINS IN BULK ALSO IN ONE POUND AND TWO POUND I
CARTONS, NEW NUTS OF ALL KINDS.
Bon Ton Corsets
Bears $1.00 to $10.00
j 10c and 15c
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