If You Want the Real Thing in
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M. J. O'Connor
A Perfect Fit or No Sale
NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED
M. J. O'CONNOR DOUGLAS
Paul Bloedhorn, Jeweler
WATCHES, CLOCKS, CHINA AND CUT GLASS
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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WINTER IS HERE
f Get Your Heaters Ready. The Biggest and Best Line of Heat- ??
I ers in Douglas Can Be Found at !!
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7 The Only Place in Douglas to Get a Nice Cool Glass of Beer. Always -j
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I THE CITY BAR
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+ DEL PUENTE. HENRY CLAY and Other Standard Cigars. i
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+ We carry the best stock of Liquor that money can buy. Fam- * ;
T ily trade our specialty. J ;
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. If
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The Hunter Amusement Palace
FINE POCKET BILLIARD TABLES
First Class Cigars, Tobaccos and Cigarets
Phone?Douglas 9 L. ii. KEIST, Prop.
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It's a Cinch I:
That after comparison with other ?
lines as to quality and pnce you ?
will select the famous a
Great Western Stoves I
us being the most economical and ?
best high grade line on the market +
The prices are right. J
Just received a new type of ?
plain nickeled heaters. They are ?
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THE REPUBLIC I j
Anderson & Ringuette, Props. J
Noted for their fine liquors and 4
choice imported wines. They have
just received an Immense stock of
fancy goods for the holiday trade.
Don't Forget the Number \ j
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? Douglas Hand Laundry *
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? Phone 2-7 Baths 25 Cents I *j
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SJJUNEAU ANDJDOUGLAS j
Advanced Vaudeville |
and Motion Pictures I
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Best by Test ^
Every Night J
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DOUGLAS, Jan. 27.?The steamer
Curacao sailed south today after
having waited twenty-six hours at Ju
neau for members of party connected
with transportation case on trial.
Mr. Florence, of Douglas, was a Ju
neau visitor today.
A number of Douglas people are
planning for a cruise within a short
The line-up of the Douglas basket
ball team is as follows: Phil Mc
Kanna, Henry Dahl, Bob, Coughlin,
Oliver Olson, James Chambers, Luth
er Chambers, and Lock Mulligan.
There will be no game tonight as
the hall is not ready, but the teams
will play on Wednesday night at the
rink, as the management of that place
will have it ready by that time. The
match will be between the Treadwell
store team and the Douglas team.
The basket social at the Catholic
Club rooms promises to be well at
tended, and a good time is in store
The Saturday night show at the
Treadwell Club was well attended.
The firemen's meeting on Saturday
night was well attended and an in
teresting session was held. After
adjournment everybody went to the
banquet hall, where they were served
with the finest baked beans and brown
bread and coffee, the feast lasting until
A large crowd of young people came
over from Juneau yesterday anil en
joyed themselves skating.
I)r. Mathos is expected back on the
next trip of the Georgia.
The big dance at the roller rink is
set for Feb. 14.
The anniversary of the birth of
Hobby Burns will be observed at the
Lyric theatre tonight. An excellent
program has been prepared.
Charles Stites won the big box of
candy rallied at Palace of Sweets.
Dr. DeVighnc was a Juneau visitor
Dr. Goddard, of Sitka, was a visitor
at Douglas today.
11. Brie made a trip to the island
this morning. I
Change of program tonight at the
Orpheum theatre. ]
There will be a band rehearsal at ?
the Treadwell Club on Tuesday night. !
All members are urgently requested J
Next Wednesday being the last be
fore Lent, there will be one of those
popular dances at the Treadwell Club
on that night.
P. H. Fox, the well known Douglas
merchant, says that while business is
a trifle quiet, there is not one vacant
house in the town.
FOR RENT?Large furnished room. 1
bath connecting. Inquire Empire of
fice. 1-16-tf. !
MARATHON RECORD SMASHER!
Do you know what it is? Well, it's (
a "long run" all around town look- 1
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 1
going now at cost, $3.89. Eight dozen 1
to pick from. First in, first served.
MULLIGAN'S HABERDASHERY. '
Have you seen those hand made
miners' shoes at Kronquist's. Oh, you 1
can't wear them out. 1-16-t.f.
There's some nice new mouldings 1
and frames at Swihart's. Come and 1
see them. 1-16-tf.
The Quality Store. Coughlin &
Dahl, "Nuf Said." ??? ?
Chambers Bros., Butchers?Choice
cuts a specialty. *
Don't fail to drop into Mulligan's
for y i;r subscription to The Empire. 8
Have you tried those heavy wool
len socks for the cold weather, at Fred 1
Kronquist's, St. Ann's ave. 1-22-t.f. 1
When you want clean coal, call at 8
the Ferry dock and Martin Olson will <
furnish you with it. 1-15-tf. J
WITH RAZOR t
Christ Hansen and a man named S
Clark, got into a drunken row in front
of Handel's saloon yesterday evening. (
Clark drew a razor and slashed Han
sen across the hand severing some
arteries. Dr. Simpson dressed the in
jured member. r
Captain Martin arrested Clark who t
is having a hearing before Commis- g
sioner Winn this afternoon. &
APPLE SALE?Apples, 50c to $2.00.
A. Olsen, Hoff cottage, east of water
tanks. Free delivery. 2t.
Secure your tickets now for the s
J. H. S. BAND CONCERT at Burford's, f
Post Office Store, and R. P. Nelson's.
They are going fast. tf. F
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: Personal Mention |
Geo. M. Chambers, of Seward and j
llliama. is a passenger southbound
mi the Curacao.
G. R. Longdate arrived from Bar
inolt on the last trip of the Georgia.
James Lawler is an arrival from
Killisnoo on a recent boat.
A. C. Goddard arrived from. Sitka
jn the Georgia Saturday night.
S. L. Colwell, a prominent business
man of Seward, is in Juneau wait
ing for the Alameda to go to the West
E. J. Carlisle is an arrival from
jypsum on the last trip of the Geor
.Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Silver, of Sheep
creek, were in town today. They re
cently built a home at the latter place.
Dr. Malione is up and around at the
St. Ann's hospital, where he is able
:o attend his patients.
Ed Warren, a pioneer of '98, who
las a contract sinking at the Perse
rerance was a town visitor today.
J. C. Ford, Mrs. Ford and Miss
\gnes Ford took passage for Seattle
>n the Curacao today.
Oak Olson went to Ketchikan via
he Curacao today.
N. W. Bolster, who was assistant
:ourt stenographer, during the trans
location case left for the South on
Ed C. Russel left for Petersburg on
ChaB. W. Miller, of Wenatcliee, is
i passenger enronte home on the Cu
J. H. Kelly, who was a witness in
he transportation case left for Se
Bruce Shorts a prominent Seattle
ittorney, left for the South on the
E. C. Ward, assistant manager of
he Pacific Coast Steamship Company,
eft on t heCuracao today.
W. B. Stratton the well known Se
ittle attorney, reprsenting the Pa
rific Coast companies and President
r. C. Ford, in the recent trials left
or Seattle on the Curacvao.
R. D. Pinneo, traveling freight and
raflic manager of the Pacific Coast
^ompany, left on the Curacao for the
JAPTAIN CHAS. MOORE
ENTERTAINS AT ORPHEUM
Captain Chas. Moore, of the Cu
?acao, was host to a large theatre
>arty at the Orpheum last night. His
tucsts included the officers of the
;hip and all of the passengers enroute
o the States.
TO JUNEAU PATRONS:
I wish to announce that I am pre
>ared to give prompt and efficient
ervice in delivering, coal hauling
reight, baggage, etc.
HILARY McKANNA TRANSFER
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The Curacao left for Seattle at noon
The Princess May is due from the
South on Wednesday.
The Alameda is expected from the
South on Jan. 30.
The Georgia left for Skagway this
The Jefferson is due from the South
RAZOR WIELDER ;
HELD EOR TRIAL
T. G. Clark, who was arrested by1
Captain Martin last night after slash
ing a man named Hansen with a
razor was this afternoon given a hear
ing before Judge Grover C. Winn on >
the charge of assault with a danger
ous weapon. ,
The court bound him over in the '
sum of $1,000 to await the action of <
the grand jury. In default of bail ho !
is now in jail. \
MOVEMENT OF VESSELS
Curacao sailed South Jan. 27
Mariposa sailed South Jan. 21
Princess May sailed ..South Jan. 16
Yukon sailed South Jan. 21
Jefferson sailed South Jan. 21
Northwestern sailed .. West Jan. 24
Humboldt sailed South Jan. 24
Princess May ...from South Jan. 14
Mariposa from West Jan. 21
Northwestrn ....from South Jan. 24
Curacao from South Jan. 21
Jefferson from South Jan. 20
Yukon from West Jan. 21
Santa Ana from South Jan. 2'!
Humboldt from South Jan. 22
Curacao from South Feb. 5
Princess May . .. from South Jan. 29
Jefferson from South Feb. 2
Northwestern ... from West Jan. SO
Alameda from South Jan. 29
Humboldt South Jan. 2.'
Curacao South Feb. G
Princess May South Jan. 31
Jefferson South Jan. 27
Alameda West Jan. 29
Northwestern South Jan. 30 -
WANTED?To rent furnished houso
in good locality. Address X.Y.Z. Em
A complete line of tobacco jars and ^
pipe racks at BURFORDS.
Phone your subscription to The ^
Daily Empire. Phone 3-7-4.
Job Printing at The Empire Office. ^
'HE CURACAO PULLS
OUT FOR THE SOUTH
The steamer Curacao left today
toon for the South after waiting 2G
tours for the people attending court.
The following passengers departed
For Seattle?W. F. Elliott, J. H.
Celly, C. W .Miller. A. L. Olson, Chas.
larper, A. Harper, G. M. Chambers,
Al. Winschlll, A. Hoovik, James, Lawl
er J. C. Ford and wife, Miss Agnes
Ford, N. W. Bolster, Bruce Shorts,
W. B. Stratton, R. D. Pinneo, E. C.
For Petersburg?Ed C. Russell.
For Ketchikan ? Oak Olson, and S.
For Wrangell?Miss Sherry Bel
For Prince Rupert?Rev. A. Kaah
Our Final Clean-Up Sale j
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' Taiior-Made Suits
We have a very good assortment left to choose from; in sizes
18, 3G, 38, 40, and 42,
CHOICE OF THE LOT AT ONE-THIRD OFF OF REGULAR
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-THIRI) 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
CHOICE OF THE LOT ?P 1 .yb
Furs Furs Furs
Ladies', Misses' and Children's fur sets (except Mink sets)
Ladies' One-Piece Dresses
in wool or silk.
One-Third OIT Thirty-lhree and a third per cent discount
One lot of Flannellett short Kimonas. ^
YOUR CHOICE AT $1.UU
Ladies' Belts - Half Price
All wool kimonas, only four left.
TO CLEAN UP <J>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. q,*
YOUR CHOICE Per Pair, ?OC
Remnants - One-Half Price
I Royal Worcester
Bon Ton Corsets
$1.00 to $10.00
10 and 15 cents
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I: JUST RECEIVED A NEW AND UP-TO-DATE STOCK OF "
:: HOT WATER BOTTLES, SYRINGES, BATH CAPS, "
RUBBER BATH BRUSHES and RUBBER GLOVES, ETC. ;;
EVERY ARTICLE GUARANTEED AND IF FOUND DEFECT- ??
IVE IN WORKMANSHIP, OR MATERIAL, WILL GLADLY BE RE- ??
- PLACED OR CREDITED. ??
I WM. BRITT, DRUGGIST ::
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Mrs. J. V. Davis, Dramatic Reader
Assisted by Local Talent
ODD FELLOWS HALL, FEBRUARY 4th
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ELECTRIC LIGHTING GOODS
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ALASKA ELECTRIC LIGHT & POWER CO. ;;
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No one was ever comfort
able with wet feet, and
you'll find the doctor
A pair will keep you warm I
anc* dry all winter, for "Ball* ?
(IT^h Band" good# have wear built into m
' \ them from top to toe. Buy now
while we have every aize.
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