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1 Apples! Apples!
500 BOXES !
SWEET AND JUICY
$1.00 a Box
j M. ]. O'CONNOR DOUGLAS
1 The Greatest Offer I
Ever Made to the
I PEOPLE OF DOUGLAS
I Three Superb Prizes Given Away
Eaeh Dollar Purchase Entitles You to One Chance in
Big Drawing. Save Your Tickets
I Have Just Received
| The Biggest Stock of Christmas Goods I
Ever Shipped Into Alaska. Come Early and Often
I PAUL BLOEDHORN I
DOUGLAS ALASKA I;
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j WINTER IS HERE f!
? Get Your Heaters Ready. The Biggest and Best Line of Heat- ? >
X ers in Douglas Can Be Found at .!
J JULIUS JENSENS
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f THE ALASKA BAR f
T The Only Place in Douglas to Get a Nice Cool Glass of Beer. Always +
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: DOUGLAS OPERA HOUSE \
THE OLD RELIABLE STAND $
? Something doing every minute. Free moving pictures, music X
? and Dutch Lunch Every Night. ?
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THE CITY BAR I
T Three big prizes given away. Each purchase entitles the pur- .f
-? chaser to one chance. Prizes will be awarded Dec. 24th at 8 p. m. J
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: DON'T FORGET THE VICTOR BAR !
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+ We carry the best stock of Liquor that money can buy. Fam- J
J ily trade our specialty.
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CHAMBERS BROS., Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Our Beef. Pork, Mutton, Veal and Lamb are as Good as Can Be
Raised. Nothing but Prime Meat of Every Kind.
Phone 1-0 Poultry, Fish and Game in Season. Douglas
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| COUGHLIN & DAHL |
T Dealers in Fancy and Staple Groceries, B. & M. Tamales, and Seal- v
+ shipt Oysters. .j.
I FRONT STREET DOUGLAS j
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I. F. AFKICH
Dealers In ) I
(iKNEUAL MERCHANDISE
i! DOUGLAS ST. ANN'S AVENUE ALASKA ;;
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j THE CIRCLE CITY HOTEL i
MRS. M. E. BERGMANN, Prop. ?
t HEADQUARTERS for PROSPECTORS AND MINING MENi
? ELECTRIC LIGHTED STEAM HEATED J
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THE REPUBLIC
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. I
Don't Forget the Number
DOUGLAS - - - ALASKA
f Douglas Hand Laundry *
Z K. WYEMURA, Prop. ?
X Opposite Douglas Opera House *
? Phone 2-7 Baths 25 Cents I
? DOUGLAS ?
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H. V. SULLY
UNDERTAKER
Manufacturer of Store and
Office Fixtures
DOUGLAS
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orpheum!
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:: Advanced Vaudeville J
:: and Motion Pictures J
jj TRUST FILMS }
I; Best by Test |
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;; Every Night I
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;;The Unique Millinery |
SPECIAL SALE EANCY GOODS J
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Sparks from
Douglas
DOUGLAS. Jan. 4.?The Alaska La
bor Union held an Interesting meet
ing last night in the A. L. U. hall.
After the business of the Union had
been transacted, and the officers in
stalled for the ensuing term, an elab
orate luncheon was served in the ban
quet hall.
Frank Simpson returned on the
Northwestern after a month's absence
in California.
The Georgia arrived on Douglas at
7 o'clock last night with a big list of
passengers. The steamer was 72
hours late.
An entire change of program was
put on at the Orpheuin last night.
The management are Improving the
show all the time, and the Sunday
night program promises to bo even
better than usual.
The roller skating rink reports a
good business.
The regular Saturday evening show
will be put on at the Treadwell club
tonight.
The Natatorium swimming tank at
tracted a large number of people last
night.
Henry Rrie left for Haines on the
Georgia.
Rev. Jones will preach In the Con
gregational church Sunday evening
at S o'clock. Sunday School will meet
at 2 p. m.
The Knights of Pythias lodge held
their regular meeting Thursday night
in A. L. U. hall.
The assessment work in the dis
trict below the basin was finished
prior to Jan. 1.
The corps of surveyors who have
I een working in the Basin have fin
irhed their work for the winter and
have returned to Treadwell.
Tom Donahue, a Douglas teamster,
is in St. Ann's hospital. Juneau. He
lias been ill for some time.
Louis Merritt, of Nugget creek, was
in town yesterday.
The Quality Store. Coughlin &
Dahl. "Nuf Said." ???
Don't fail to drop tnto Mulligan's
for your subscription to The Empire.
Douglas Opera House for wines,
li(|uors and cigars. Pool and bil
liards. Peter Rolando, prop.; Chas.
Mann, manager. 6t.
FURNISHED Housekeeping, and
single rooms for rent. SANS SOUC1,
Douglas. 6t.
Chambers Bros., Butchers?Choice
cuts a specialty. ???
DR. WEYERHORST
HAS BEEN INDICTED
Dr. Joseph Weyerhorst, the propri
etor of a hospital in Douglas, against
whom a secret indictment had been
returned charging a criminal opera
tion which was classed as mayhem,
was this morning arrested and ar
raigned in the district court.
The witnesses named in the indict
ment are Maude E. Joslyn, her hus
band B. F. Joslyn, Dr. L. O. Eggin
ton, Dr. H. C. DeVighne, Mrs. Mary
Vandeweyer and Agnes Brevig.
The doctor gave bond in the sum
of $2,500 and will enter his plea Mon
day. Z. R. Cheney represents the de
fendant.
PASSENGERS ARRIVING
ON THE NORTHWESTERN
The Northwestern arrived about
1:30 last night from the South, hav
ing the following passengers:
For Juneau?C. Cross, F. M. Simp
son. D. R. Etchmer, H. S. Stewart,
Capt. Jerry Flynn, W. R. Lewis, L.
Czczephkouski, C. E. Wynn-Johnson,
John Price and wife, Miss Johns,, P.
J. Philbin, J. M. Ousby, W. H. Duer
ber, H. Sawyer.
For Cordova?J. Carson, W. McCor
mack, W. T. Games, Percy Charles,
Mrs. Johnson, H. Van Dusen, M. J.
McKinnon. Thos. Burns, C. J. Range,
T. McNamara, M. Donnelly, and W.
De Long.
For Valdez?F. Hofman and T. J.
Welche.
For Seward?Mrs. H. S. Perkins
and family, Mrs. R. W. Martin, W.
Hunter.
A complete line of tobacco jars and
pipe racks at BURFORDS.
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The Northwestern arrived at one
o'clock last night from the south and
left for the Westward at five a. in.
today.
The Georgia arrived from Sitka at
7:30 last night and left for Skagway
at two o'clock this morning.
The Cordova arrived unannounced
from the south last night bringing
250 tons of coal for Juneau and ma
terial for Douglas and Sheep creek.
She will sail for the Westward as
soon as cargo is unloaded.
The Dolphin sailed from Seattle
this morning at 10 a. m. and should
arrive here Jan. 8.
The Jefferson is scheduled to sail
on Jan. 15.
MOVEMENT OF VESSELS
Sailed
Humboldt sailed South Jan. 2
Curacao Sailed South Jan. 1
Alki sailed South Jan. 1
Mariposa sailed South Jan. 2]
Northwestern sailed West Jan. 4
Arrived
Princess May ...from South Jan. 2
Mariposa from West Jan. i
Northwestern from South Jan. 4
Cordova from South Jan. 4
To Arrive
Dolphin from South Jan. 7
Curacao from South Jan. 10
Yukon from West Jan. 15
To Sail
Mariposa South Dec. 31
Alki South Jan. 1
Princess May South Jan. 2
Northwestern West Jan. 3
Yukon South Jan. 15
FEMMER & RITTER
See this firm for all kinds of dray
Ing and hauling. We guarantee sat
isfaction and reasonable prices. Coal
delivered promptly. Femmer & Hit
ter's Express. Stand Burford's Cor
ner. Phone 314. Residence phones
402 or 403. ???
Every thing that will please a smok
er may be found at BURFORD'S.
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Henry .Moses returned from Hoo
null on the Georgia last night.
J. M. Ousby, an old Nomeite, ar
rived in Juneau 011 the Northwestern
last night.
Capt. Jerry Flynn returned 011 the
Northwestern last night.
Percy Charles, chief deputy under
.Marshal Love, of Fairbanks, is aboard
the Northwestern enroute home.
Mr. and Mrs. John Price are arriv
als in Juneau by the Northwestern
last night.
C. I. Range is aboard the Northwest
ern enroute to Cordova.
Mrs. A. H. March arrived from Sit
ka on the Georgia last night.
H. S. Stewart arrived in Juneau 011
the Northwestern and is registered at
the Occidental.
F. A. Whelpley is registered at Oc
cidental hotel.
Miss Athie Johns returned on the
Northwestern.
H. Sawyer arrived from Ketchikan
on the Northwestern.
INDIAN IS CHARGED
WITH SERIOUS CRIME
James Johnson (Indian), of Sitka,
was arrested by Deputy Marshal Mc
Lean as he stepped off the Georgia.
The arrest was made on telegraphic
instructions and charges the crime
of rape on a nine-year-old Indian girl
named Tilly Jacobs. The accused In
dian is now in jail.
LAND OFFICE NOTES
Herber Tozier nas filed, In the lo-;
cal land oftlcc, an application for pat
ent to six lode claims near Seward.
Robert Prindle, of Valdez has filed
application for patent to two lode
claims on Knight's island.
W. H. Timlin, of Milwaukee, has
filed for patent to one lode claim on
the south end of Prince of Wales els
and.
The "Liberty Bell" brand of washed
figs is meeting with great favor?car
ried by the Sanitary Grocery. t.f.
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CHURCH NOTES.
Presbyterian Church
John B. Stevens, Pastor.
Morning service at 11, subject, "Pop
ularizing Christian Faith." Evening
service at 7:30, subject, "The Com
modity of the Church and the Condi
tion of the Market." Special music
by chorus of men's voices.
Methodist Episcopal.
" R. C. Blackwell, Pastor.
Services in the morning at 11 o'
clock, and in the evening at 7:30 o'
clock. Sermon themes: "The Better
Part," and "In the Beginning." Sun
day School at 12 noon. Young Peo
ple's Meeting at 6:30. Meeting of the
Official Board Tuesday evening.
Prayer-meeting Thursday evening.
Meeting of the Woman's Social Union
Friday afternoon at 2:30 at the par
sonage.
Christian Science
Chirstlan Science service is held
Sunday at 11 a. in. in the Christian
Science hull. Subject, "God." The
public Is welcome. Literature and in
formation of Christian Science can
be had Wednesday from 2 to 6 at the
reading room.
For Sale.
A $125.00 National cash register,
good as new, for sale, cheap. See
Denny Orfanos, Douglas.
" Dromedary Brand" of stuffffed figs
?something new and something de
licious. On sale at the Sanitary Gro
cery. tf.
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WATCH THIS SPACE
For the Announcement of Our
Annual Inventory
Clean-Up Sale
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1 Royal Worcester and
Bon Ton Corsets
$1.00 to $10.00
10c and 15c
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|| JUST RECEIVED A NEW AND UP-TO-DATE STOCK OF ||
j; Hot Water Bottles
Syringes, Bath Caps
Rubber Bath Brushes
Rubber Gloves, etc.
EVERY ARTICLE GUARANTEED AND IF FOUND DEFECT- "
;; IVE IN WORKMANSHIP, OR MATERIAL, WILL GLADLY BE RE- ||
" PLACED OR CREDITED. ?'
1 WM. BRITT, DRUGGIST 11
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PETERSBURG FISH CO.
All Kinds of
FRESH AND SALT FISH
CLAMS AND CRABS
All Orders Promptly Filled
PETERSBURG ALASKA
C. W. YOUNG COMPANY
Dealers in
Mining, Fishing, Plumbing
and Building Supplies
Front Street Juneau
M. G. Rogers Company
IMEN'S GOODS
GROCERIES
DOUGLAS ALASKA
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