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If You Want the Real Thins in
TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING
SEE
M. J. O'Connor
A Perfect Fit or No Sale
NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED
j M J. O'CONNOR DOUGLAS
Paul Bloedhorn, Jeweler
WATCHES, CLOCKS, CHINA AND CUT GLASS
DOUGLAS ALASKA
Fox's January Clearance Sale
REDUCTIONS FROM 20 to 50 PER CENT
This includes our entire stock of Gents' Furnishings and Dry Goods
DOUGLAS - ALASKA
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Get Your Heaters Ready. The Biggest and Best Line of Heat- ? ?
X ers in Douglas Can Be Found at ! ! i
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I CARRIES the FINEST STOCK of LIQUORS in DOUGLAS ~
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+ DEL PUENTE, HENRY CLAY and Other Standard Cigars.
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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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shipt Oysters.
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The Hunter Amusement Palace
FINE POCKET BILLIARD TABLES
First Class Cigars, Tobaccos and Cigarets
Phone?Douglas 9 L. H. KEIST, Prop. J
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That after comparison with other J
lines as to quality anil price you ?
will select the famous ?
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.Great Western Stoves :
and Ranges j
as being the most economical and ?
best high grade line on the market. ?
The prices are right. X
Just received a new type of ?
plain nickeled heaters. They are ?
beauties. X
: ALASKA SUPPLY CO JUNEAU I
THE REPUBLIC 11
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 I!
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Sparks From
Douglas
DOUGLAS, Jan. 25.?There will be
[i basket social at the Catholic Club
rooms next Thursday evening. Jan.
30. Everybody is cordially invited and
a good time is assured.
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Johnson, late of
Katalla. have taken rooms in the
lloene building. Mr. Johnson recent
ly resigned from the government for
estry service, and he will locate in
Douglns.
Leslie Jameson, of the Treadwell
store, went south on the Humboldt,
last night.
All boosters and rooters are wanted
at the basketball game on Monday eve
ning between the Treadwell store
team and the Douglns team, and the
game on Wednesday night between
the cyanide plant team and the Doug
las team. Good sport is anticipated.
The usual Saturday evening show
will be put on at the Treadwell Club
tonight.
Yesterday was ladies' day at Tread
well and there was a large attendance
from Douglas.
The Orpheum put on its usual good
show last night.
The Alaska Labor Union held an in
teresting meeting last night. Seven
new members were initiated after
which a fine luncheon was served.
(f/iam Ka \i? ill T\rnop}i
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at the Congregational church, Sunday
evening, at 8 o'clock. Sunday School
in the afternoon as usual.
The Catholic Club on Thursday night
elected the following officers: Thom
as Cashen, past president; W. H.
Kelly, president; Ed. Atkinson, vice
president; Ray Atkinson, secretary;
Alfred Tibbets, treasurer; Leo Dem
eti, critic: Leo Till, manager, and
Tom Mugford, sentinel.
Rev. Father van der Pol is visiting
friends on the island.
Lawrence Erickson was in Juneau
yesterday on a business trip.
Russell Rockefeller is now with the
electric light company.
Jack Curley will leave in a few
days for Valdez on a business trip.
\V. Prentice is confined to his home
by a severe cold. .
When you pass O'Connor's store, no
tice tht sign his son Pat has put up.
Word was received in the last mail |
from Fred Zogg and Harry Deline, j
who are in San Francisco, enroute to |
Honolulu.
Miss Maud Liljestrand was a Juneau
visitor on Thursday.
Jack McDonald has sold his store
and residence and will remove to Fish
Egg. King Halleck, manager of the
Hotel Hunter, bought the residence
and Ed Christoe, of Treadwell, pur
chased the store. He plans to make
many improvements in the store build
ing.
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WILL CELEBRATE BOBBY
BURNS' ANNIVERSARY
Local Scotchmen will celebate the
154th anniversary of the birth of Bob
bie Burns on Monday evening, Jan.
27, at the Lyric theater. Dancing
will commence at 9 o'clock, and in
terspersed will be the following pro
gram :
Song?"Willie Gang to Melville Cas
tle" James Stephens
Song- "Green Grow the Rashes, O"
Mrs. Colin Blain
Sword Dance Dick Duncan
Song?"There Was a laid Was Born
in Kyle" Dave Liggit
Highland Fling and Hornpipe Danc
ing the Livie Sisters
Song?"The Bonnie Banks of Loch
Lomond" Jack Wilson
Song?"Willie Brewed a Peck o'
Mault" Jack Livie
(There will also be a six-piece or
chestra, and the bag pipes.)
MARATHON RECORD SMASHER!
Do you know what It i?? Well, It's
a "long run" all around town look
ing here and there for a good pair
of pants. It's unnecessary! Simply
make a "quick dash" for this store?
Mulligan's Haberdashery ? and you
will get the right Pants and the right
Price this time; and you will be hap
pier in the "long run." Anyway, $6.00
and $6.50, $7.00 and $7.50 pants are
going now at cost, $3.89. Eight dozen
to pick from. First in, first served.
MULLIGAN'S HABERDASHERY.
WANTED ? A good, second-hand
cooking range. Apply at Mulligan's
Haberdashery. l-20-e.o.d.-10t.
Have you seen those hand made
miners' shoes at Kronquist's. Oh, you
can't wear them out. 1-16-t.f.
There's some nice new mouldings
and frames at Swlhart's. Come and
see them. 1-16-t.f.
The Quality Store. Coughlin &
Dahl, "Nuf Said." ???
Chambers Bros., Butchers?Choice
cuts a specialty. ???
Don't fail to drop into Mulligan's
for your subscription to The Empire.
FOUND?At the Elks' Club last
night a fraternity pin. Owner can
bave same by applying at the Club. 2t.
AN ALASKA BOY
IS AN AVIATOR
Cook Etchinson, a young mechanic,
formerly empioyeed ny the Kennecott
Mines Co., at the interior terminal of
the Copper River & Northwestern
railroad, and who left last spring to
attend the Curtis school of aviation
at San Diego, Calif., is now a visitor
| in Juneau.
Mr. Etchinson made four ilights at
San Diego, and another from San
Francisco to Mare island, the high
est altitude attained being 1,200 feet.
While he intends returning later to
[ the aviation school, just now he is
j looking over the field in Juneau.
Charles Goldstein returned last
I night from a business visit to Seat
tle. Mr. Goldstein says that business
conditions in the Sound city are far
from being satisfactory.
Ira Bronson took passage on the
Humboldt for Seattle last night.
Mrs. H. J. Lorenzon left on the
Humboldt yesterday for an extended
visit with her parents in Everett.
CURACAO'S INCOMING
PASSENGER LIST
The Curacao brought the following
passengers from the South yesterday:
For Treadwell?Gustave Van, E. E.
Schooner.
For Douglas?I. Yaklta, and Steve
Distward.
For Juneau?Clias. Goldstein, Dr. F.
L. Goddard, J. Dalton, Bert Davis, J.
Kussel, John Pasement, Olaf Ness, J.
Kanaguchi.
For Skagway?P. J. Lynch, Miss N.
A. Warren, Torn Sweeney, Henry Da
vis, C. P. Brown, Tom Granville, Lou
Lincoln, Fred Azanich, and C. G. Cof
fin.
HEARING POSTPONED
This morning Judge Overfield reset
the hearing on the order to show
cause in the case of S. Kohn et al vs.
Alaska-Juneau Mining Company. The
hour was changed from 5 p. m. today
to 10 a. m. on Wednesday of next
week.
TO JUNEAU PATRONS:
1 wish to announce that I am pra
pared to give prompt and efficient
service in delivering, coal hauling
freight, baggage, etc.
HILARY McKANNA TRANSFER
Phone Order 5-7 or 55 tf
Have yo.u tried those heavy wool
len socks for the cold weather, at Fred
Kronquist's, St. Ann's ave. 1-22-t.f.
When you want clean coal, call at
the Ferry dock and Martin Olson will
furnish you with it. 1-15-Lf.
FOR RENrr ? F've-room house un
furnished. Inquire of Juneau Dairy.tf. I
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Marine Notes j;
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The Humboldt left for the South
nt six o'clock lust night.
The Curacao left for Skagway at j
8:30 this morning and is expected
here southbound at 10 a. m. tomor
| row.
The Princess May is due from the
, South on Jan. 29.
. The Northwestern is expected back
front the Westward on Jan. 30.
The Georgia left Sitka yesterday
i noon and should reach Juneau to
night.
The Jefferson will sail from Seattle
Tuesday, Jan. 28, at 10 oclock a. m.
MOVEMENT OF VESSELS
Sailed
Curacao sailed South Jan. 12
Mariposa sailed South Jan. 21
Princess May sailed ..South Jan. 10
Yukon sailed .' South Jan. 21
Jefferson sailed South Jan. 21
Northwestern sailed .. West Jan. 24
Humboldt sailed South Jan. 24
Arrived
Princess May ...from South Jan. 14
Muriposa from West Jan. 21
Northwestrn from South Jan. 24
Curacao from South Jan. 24
Jefferson from South Jan. 20
Yukon from West Jan. 21
Santa Ana from South Jan. 23
Humboldt from South Jan. 22
To Arrive
Curacao from South Feb. 5
Princess May . ..from South Jan. 29
Jefferson from South Feb. 2
Northwestern ... from West Jan. 30
Alameda from South Jan. 29
To Sail
Humboldt South Jan. 23
Curacao South Jan. 2b
Princess May South Jan. 31
Jefferson South Jan. 27
Alameda West Jan. 29
Northwestern South Jan. 30
"4 YEARS LONG ENOUGH
TO LIVE WITH ANY MAN"
PITTSBURG, Jan. 25.?"Four years
is long enough to live with any man."
This was the only excuse the wife
of William A. Nagel gave when she left
him in 1908, according to the testimony
of the husband today. They were mar
ried Jan. 14, 1904 and lived together
until May 20, 1908, and having thus
exceeded the limit as to what, accord
ing to her idea, the period of marital
life should be Mrs. Nagel left her hus
band.
The latter testified that on the day
she left his wife quarreled with him
and hit him over the head with a cup.
He said he tried to induce his wife to
return with him after she left, but she
would not.
Job Printing at The Emplro Office, i
ADVERTISED LETTERS
List of lotcrs remaining unclaimed
in the Postofflce at Juneau, Alaska,
on Jan. 18, 11>13. Parties calling for
them should call for "Advertised Let
ters," and give date of list
Aries, Sig. Manuel.
Basarabe, Mitro.
Branen, Con.
Boyle, John.
Carich, M.
Chester, R. D. (2)
Danielson, Peder.
Debrowski, P.
Dudley, Val.
Elstad, Johnny, (card)
Frisk, Frank.
Johnson, Gus. J.
Larson, Hilmer (3)
Larson, Mrs. Victor.
Levy, Louis, (card)
Pederson, Olaf.
Peterson, Peter.
Salavdore, Antonio.
Slattery, Jas.
Smith, Lewis.
Stokes, Miss Bert, (card)
Williams, Miss Irene (card)
Williams, Mrs. L. F. (card)
Wilson, George.
Wolf, Al.
Zassol, Tom.
E, L. HUNTER, P.M.
WANTED?To rent furnished house
in good locality. Address X.Y.Z. Em
pire office.
A complete line of tobacco iars and
pipe racks at BURFORDS.
Every thing that will please a smok
er may be found at BURFORD'S.
THE FISHING FLEET.
Rolfe?Sailed Jan. 19.
Kennebec?Sailed Jan. 21.
Aloha?Out.
Dora H.?Arrived Jan. 21.
Pacific?Arrived Jan. 22.
Active.?Out.
Olga?Sailed Jan. 21.
Belle?Sailed Dec. 11.
Highland Queen?Sailed Dec. 28.
Louise?Sailed Dec 27.
Norman Sunde?Sailed Jan. 12.
Volunteer.?Out.
Vesta?Sailed Jan. 9.
Valkyrie?Out.
Xhanthus?Sailed Dec. 19.
Waife?Sailed Jan 5.
White Star?In port.
Lister?Arrived Jan. 21r
Olympic?Sailed Dec. 10.
Dick?At Sitka
Dolphin?Sailed Jan. 15.
Hal ley's?Out.
Alameda?Out.
Annie?Sailed Dec. 30.
Uranus?Out.
Pollux?In port.
Cedrlc?Out.
Thelma?Sailed Jan. 9.
Alvida?Sailed Dec. 14.
Comet?Sailed Dec. 21.
Solkol?Sailed Dec. 30.
Anita Phillips?Sailed Jan. 10.
Standard?Ar. Jan. 3.
Gjoa?Sailed Jan. 8.
Thekle?Sailed Jain. 21. ^
The only place in Juneau where you
can buy Augustine & Kyer's famous
candies is at Barragar's Postofflce
Store. A fresh shipment just received
Our Final Clean-Up Sale
ON READY-TO-WEAR APPAREL
WE MUST HAVE THE ROOM FOR THE SPRING STOCK, WHICH WILL COMMENCE TO ARRIVE ABOUT FEB. 1,
1913. IN THIS SALE WE ARE NOT OFFERING, ANY ITEM, EXCEPT CLEAN, UP-TO-DATE MERCHANDISE.
Ladies' Tailor-Made Suits
We have a very good assortment left to choose from; in sizes
18, 36, 38, 40, and 42,
CHOICE OF THE LOT AT ONE-THIRD OFF OF REGULAR
PRICE.
Ladies' Coats Halt Price
CHOICE OF ANY COAT IN THE HOUSE AT ONE-HALF
Misses' and Children's Coats
They must be cleaned up; come in and examine them.
ONE-THIRD OFF ONE-THIRD OFF
Ladies' Neckwear Half Price
Only 14 Messaline Petticoats Left
in all the staple and evening shades. To clean up the lot we
will make a price of $2.75
Ladies' Flannel Waists and Shirts
in grey, red, brown and tan. Only a few left; they sold reg
ular up to $3.25. a- QC
CHOICE OF THE LOT tJ>l.yO
Furs Furs Furs
Ladies', Misses' and Children's fur sets (except Mink sets)
ONE-HALF PRICE
Ladies' One-Piece Dresses
in wool or silk.
One-Third 01T Thirty-three and a third per cent discount
Flannellette Kimonos
One lot of Flannellett short Kimonas. ^ <?
YOUR CHOICE AT <J>1.UU
Ladies' Belts - Half Price
All-Wool Kimonos
All wool kimonas, only four left.
TO CLEAN UP $Z.UU
Ladies' All-Wool Hose
One lot of Ladies' All-Wool Hose, in black and grey. Sold
regular up to 40 cents per pair.
YOUR CHOICE Per Pair, ^t>C
Remnants - One-Half Price
?i
Royal Worcester
and
Bon Ton Corsets
$1.00 to $10.00
/p^qjuneru,alaskr.
Pictorial Review
Patterns
10 and 15 cents
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! JUST RECEIVED I
;; JUST RECEIVED A NEW AND UP-TO-DATE STOCK OF
:: HOT WATER BOTTLES, SYRINGES, BATH CAPS, -
j; RUBBER BATH BRUSHES and RUBBER GLOVES, ETC. jj
" EVERY ARTICLE GUARANTEED AND IF FOUND DEFECT- ??
!! IVE IN WORKMANSHIP, OR MATERIAL, WILL GLADLY be re- ??
!! PLACED OR CREDITED.
WM. BRITT, DRUGGIST
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CONCERT RECITAL
Mrs. J. V. Davis, Dramatic Reader
Assisted by Local Talent
ODD FELLOWS HALL, FEBRUARY 4th
ADMISSION, 50 CENTS
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MRS. M. E. BERGMANN, Prop.
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