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?// 500 JoXES
^ / / SW^E^'AND JUICY
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1WM. 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 I
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:: WINTER IS HERE
Get Your Heaters Ready. The Biggest and Best Line of Heat
:; ers in Douglas Can Be Found at
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! THE ALASKA BAR I
I) The Only Place in Douglas to Get a Nice Cool Glass of Beer. Always ? ?
Fresh and Pure I!
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> Something doing every minute. Free moving pictures, music J
and Dutch Lunch Every Night. ?
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THE CITY BAR
:j: CARRIES the FINEST STOCK of LIQUORS in DOUGLAS |
T PEBBLEFORD OLD LINE RYE BEST KENTUCKY BOURBON 4
j DEL PUENTE. HENRY CLAY and Other Standard Cigars. ?
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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
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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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I THE CIRCLE CITY HOTEL }
MRS. M. E. BERGMANN, Prop.
I HEADQUARTERS for PROSPECTORS AND MINING MEN?
ELECTRIC LIGHTED STEAM HEATED ?
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THE REPUBLIC
Anderson & Ringuette, Props.
Noted for their fine liquors and
choice imported wines. They have
just received at immense stock of
fancy goods for the holiday trade.
Don't Forget the Number
DOUGLAS - - - ALASKA
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| Douglas Hand Laundry X
K. WYEMURA, Prop. ?
? Opposite Douglas Opera House +
? Phone 2-7 Baths 25 Cents J
? DOUGLAS ?
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H. V. SULLY
UNDERTAKER
Manufacturer of Store and
Office Fixtures
DOUGLAS
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fORPHEUM
:: CIRCUIT I
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:: and Motion Pictures !
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Sparks Prom
Douglas
DOUGI.AS, Jan 7. - Today is the
Slavonic Christinas, and nearly all
those people on the island have laid
off from work and are celebrating the
day at their club at Treadwell. This
morning they marched to Douglas in
a body and attended church, after
which they returned to Treadwell,
carrying the American Hag and that
of their native land.
The weather still continues dis
agreeable, and the snowfall continues.
The jurors from the island who are
serving on the Japanese murder case,
are spending a few days at home,;
pending the arrival of witnesses for
the defense, when tho trial will be
resumed. These witnesses are due
to arrive on the Dolphin.
Douglas Camp, Arctic Brotherhood,
will hold their regular meeting this
evening, and a large crowd is ex
pected, although the weather is bad.
Business of importance will be up for j
discussion.
The boys of the machine shop and i
the foundry at Treadwell had an In- j
teresting bowling match last night,
for a big dinner. The machine shop
boys were a little too strong for their
opponents, wining by about SO
points. The foundry boys are anx-1
ious, however, for a return game.
The Dolphin is due tomorrow with
^ a large mail.
Mrs. Wilson is out again, after be
ing confined to her home the past
week.
Another big ball Is planned for the
near future and it promises to be an
attraction.
The Quality Store. Coughlin &!
Dahl, "Nuf Said." ???
Don't fail to drop into Mulligan's
tor your subscription to The Empire.
Douglas Opera House for wines,
liquors and cigars. Pool and bil
liards. Peter Rolando, prop.; Chas.
Mann, manager. St.
FURNISHED Housekeeping, and
single rooms for rent. SANS SOUCI,
Douglas. 6t.
Chambers Bros., Butchers?Choice
cuts a specialty. ***
THE CURACOA SAILS
FOR ALASKA PORTS
SEATTLE. Jan. 7.?Steamship Cur
acoa sailed last night for Juneau.
Skagway and way ports. Among her,
passengers are R. D. Pinneo, C. E.
Houston and C. J. Smith, of the Pa
cific Coast Steamship Co., E E. Welch
and wife, and C. D. McDonald, for
Juneau. P. L. Brown and wife and
Frank McCoy are passengers for
i Douglas.
SEATTLE DYE WORKS'
NEW LOCAL AGENCY
D. M. Both well has taken the agen
cy of the City Dye Works, of Seattle,
and is therefore prepared to offer cer
tain advantages to his patrons not
obtainable elsewhere in Juneau. His
display ad in The Empire tells how
and why.
ORPHEUS CLUB CHORUS
The Orpheus Club Male Chorus will
meet on Thursday evening, at 8 o'
i clock at the school house. All
; strangers, and residents who have not
heretofore attended, are cordially in
vited to be present. 2t.
ODD FELLOWS?TAKE NOTICE
Installation of officers elected for
the ensuing term, Thursday Jan. 'J.
Refreshments will be served after the
installation. Let every Odd Fellow
who can, attend.
I.. F. JONES, D.D.G.M. 2t.
FOR RENT ? Five-room house un
furnished. Inquire of Juneau Dairy.tf.
FEMMER & RITTER
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See this firm fer all kinds of dray
tng and hauling. We guarantee sat
isfaction and reasonable prices. Coal
delivered promptly. Femnier & Rit
ter's Express. Stand Burford's Cor
ner. Phone 314. Residence phones
402 or 403. ???
Job Printing at The Empire Office.
NEW SC HOOL ROOM
IS NEARY COMPLETED
The new school rooms being created
out of the remnant left of the old Ju
neau hotel are almost completed.
Harry Fisher of the school board
says that the new building will come
into use with the beginning of the
next semester about Jan. 20.
It is not known Just what the dis
position of pupils will be other than
it isexpected to have the Fifth and
Sixth grade accommodated in the
new school rooms.
IMPORTANT WITNESSES
COMMING TO JUNEAU
A lot of important witnesses are on
their way to Juneeau for the purpose
of appearing in the case of the United
States vs. the Pacific Wharves &
Trading Company. Among them are
F. C. Elliott, of Chicago, Max Kalish,
R. D. Pinneo, N. W. Bolster; others,
who will come from Skagway are
Martin Conway, Phil Abrahams, W. C.
Blanchard and Edward J. Shaw.
EVIDENCE FOR A
NEW COURT TRIAL
Today Gunnison & Marshall, attor
neys for the three soldiers convicted
of complicity in the highway robbery
at Haines last September, filed affidav
its in support of the motion for a
new trial.
It is alleged that six new witnesses,
four of them civilians, have been found
of whom it was not known at the time
of the trial, and that these witnesses
possess knowledge and new evidence
that will be of material bearing in the
case involved.
A complete line of tobacco jars and
pipe racks at BURFORDS.
The first poinsettas ever shipped to
Alaska are on display in the show
window of the WINTER & POND
Store. ' * ???
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.
Any subscribers to The Daily Em
pire not receiving papers regulurly
either by carrier or mall, will confer
a favor by promptly notifying The
Empire office.
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:: Personal Mention ::
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L. E. Buell, the well known com
mercial man traveling out of Juneau,
is returning on the Dolphin.
Tim Vogel of Haines arrived from
Tenakee on the last trip of the Geor
gia.
C. W. Abercrombie .the well
known traveling man, is a passenger
on the Dolphin enroute to Juneau.
1'. E. Jackson is aboard the Dol
phin, bound for Juneau.
Mak Kalish will probably arrive on
the next trip of the Humboldt.
H. J. Raymond has recovered suf
ficiently to be about his business es
tablishment.
Mrs. Marks arrived from Hoonah
on the last trip of the Georgia and
will be joined shortly by Mr. Marks.
They will make their home in the
new Hogan apartments. Mr. Marks
expects to establish himself in bus
iness here.
Wm. Deyo was in from Sheep creek
last night.
P. H. Philbren, the traveling man,
will be up from Ketchikan on the
Dolphin.
Robert Scott, the commercial man,
will return to Juneau on the Dolphin.
He and his son both came as far as
Ketchikan on the Northwestern.
GOVERNOR CLARK HAS
MOVED TO NEW HOUSE
Governor Clark and entourage are
now occupying the Governor's House,
as the new oftlciai residence is desig
nated.
They stayed in the new home for
the first time Sunday night and are
now quite comfortably situated, though
some items in furniture and furnish
ings have not yet arrived.
NEW BARBER SHOP
E. J. Owens, of Douglas, will open
a barber shop in McCaul's building,
next door to the P. O. cigar store as
soon as the premises are made ready.
Suffrage for women probably will
add another disagreement in some
homes we all know.
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J Marine Notes |
H 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I
The Northwestern is reported as
due in Juneau southbound on Jan.
11.
The Dolphin will arrive tomorrow
and sail for the South Jan. 9.
The Princess May is due to ar
rive on Jan. 15, and to sail south on
Jan. 16.
The Humboldt should arrive from
the South onJan. 12.
The Curacao Is scheduled to ar
rive from Seattle on Jan. 10.
The Georgia is due from Sitka on
Thursday.
Finest line of Calabash pipes In
Alaska at BURFORD'S
It's all right to let well enough alone
if you are not ambitious to get to
the top.
Every thing that will please a smok
er may be found at BURFORD'S.
The average clergyman knows more
about a surplice than he does about
a surplus.
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. 1
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. 16
Mariposa from South Jan. S
Northwestern .. . from West Jan. 9
To Sail
Northwestern West Jan. 3
Dolphin South Jan. 8
Mariposa West Jan. 8
Northwestern South Jan. 9
Humboldt South Jan. 13
Yukon South Jan. 15
SEAL SHIPT OYSTERS?Fresh at
the local agency?CHAS. GOLDSTEIN
Phone your subscription to The
Daily Empire. Phone 3-7-4.
M. G. Rogers Company
MEN'S GOODS
GROCERIES
DOUGLAS ALASKA
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Annual Inventory Cleanup Sale
We find we have a few broken lines in the different departments, and as unual we will take a loss rather than
carry them over until next season. The merchandise is all this fall and winter purchase
I Sale Starts Tuesday, January 7th and Closes Saturday, January 18th
Ladies' Coats
LOT ONE?All this winter's models, and in the new cloths.
Regular prices up to $18.75.
YOUR CHOICE?$10.00
LOT TWO?This lot includes a higher grade of cloth, such as
Zibeline,, Chinchilla, the Boncle effects. They sold up to $22.50
DURING THIS SALE?$13.75
LOT THREE?Includes all the higher grades of coats, that sold
up to $-10.00
CLEAN-UP SALE PRICE?$19.50
Furs Furs
All the sets and separate pieces (except the mink pieces).
DURING THIS SALE?33 1-3 % OFF
Flannel Waists and Flannel Shirts
Made of all wool flannel; colors, navy, grey, red, tan, brown
and black. This line is broken. These ladies' waists sold
regularly for $2.50 and $3.00.
YOUR CHOICE?$1.95
II lot Ladies' Neckwear - Half Price
Ladies' Belts
Broken lots of all kinds?ONE-HALF PRICE
Ladies' One-Piece Dresses
All this season's merchandise. In wool, velvet and silk. We
have nearly all the sizes.
ONE-FOURTH OFF CHOICE?25% DISCOUNT
A LOT OF SEVEN LADIES' WOOL CRAVENETTED
COATS. This season's purchase.
WHILE THEY LAST?$6.75
One lot of Ladies' Sweaters
Colors?red, grey and white. The sizes are a trifle broken.
DURING THIS SALE?ONE-HALF PRICE
Ladies' Messaline Petticoats, in all the staple and evening
shades
SALE PRICE?$3.25
Misses' Coats Misses' Coats
We have only 17 left that must be cleaned up during this sale.
Sizes six years to fourteen years.
25';; DISCOUNT ONE-FOURTH OFF
ONE LOT OF LADIES' CASHMERE HOSE.
DURING THIS SALE?25c PER PAIR
We have made one lot of broken lines of children's wool and
Cashmere hose. Sizes five to nine.
WHILE THEY LAST?25c PER PAIR
Remnants - One-Half Price j
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Royal Worcester
and
Bon Ton Corsets
$1.00 to $10.00
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Pictorial Review I
Patterns
10 and 15 cents
Just Received
JUST RECEIVED A NEW AND UP-TC-DATE STOCK OF
I Hot Water Bottles
Syringes, Bath Caps
Rubber Bath Brushes
Rubber Gloves, etc. ?
I EVERY ARTICLE GUARANTEED AND IF FOUND DEFECT- "
T IVE IN WORKMANSHIP, OR MATERIAL, WILL GLADLY BE RE- ;;
t PLACED OR CREDITED. "
! WM. BRITT, DRUGGIST 1
ALASKA MEAT COMPANY Rgk. Mgr.
Wholesale and Retail Iiutchers
Manufacturers of all Kinds of Sausages Our Hants and Ilacon Are
Home-Smoked
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| ALL GARMENTS FRENCH DRY CLEANED |
Ladies and Gent6 light colored suits, sweaters, Princess dresses, <>
? veils, furs, jackets, skirts, silk waists, corsets, dressing sacques, "
0 kimonas, shawls, long coats, gloves, slippers, party dresses of all <?
* description, both silk and satin. 0
? ALL WORK GUARANTEED TO DE FIRST CLASS o
1 .AGENCY for JUNEAU, DOUGLAS and TREAD WELL U
| D. M. BOTH WELL j|
| .I'honc 3-0-4 JUNEAU ;;

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