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I TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING ======= SEE | M. J. O'Connor A Perfect Fit or No Sale jj NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED j| M J. O'CONNOR DOUGLAS 0? 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 IH I ' 1 i ; 1 ; I I i I 11 I I I I I I H I I I I i m i i iI I IHI I I II I I I I I I I ? WINTER IS HERE - Get Your Heaters Ready. The Biggest and Best Line of Heat i ers in Douglas Can Be Found at ! + JULIUS JENSENS J ; i i n i i m i i > III>11 I I I 11111111111111 l ll 11111111 II11II i ,, ! '? 1 I I !"i"!"i"I I i 1 I' I' I I I I l-i-i"!"!"!"!"!--! r ft i t i i i < ? ? | THE ALASKA BAR tST | 7 The Only Place in Douglas to Get a Nice Cool Glass of Beer. Always y y Fresh and Pure X ti m 11: ; i ;: 11111111: i! 111111111 n 11111 n 111111111 i-h-i 1 : i i i i : : i i : i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i 11 11 m i m i 1 11 i i 111 i i i i l I | THE CITY BAR I I CARRIES the FINEST STOCK of LIQUORS in DOUGLAS + 1 PEBBLEFORD OLD LINE RYE BEST KENTUCKY BOURBON fj | DEL PUENTE, HENRY CLAY and Other Standard Cigars. I i- !? 11:: 11 ?!' i i111 :-m : 11:111111 i-i--i- i- i-i- i-r r i 1111111 n n-11 f : DON'T FORGET THE VICTOR BAR I I DOUGLAS. ALASKA ? ? We carry the best stock of Liquor that money can buy. Fam- + J ily trade our specialty. ? 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 : i ? i i i : i i i i i i i 11 i i i i i i i i i i I i i 11 i I I i I 11 s I i 11 : I I I I l ! I I V COUGHLIN & DAHL j T Dealers in Fancy and Staple Groceries. B. & M. Tamales, and Seal- + f shipt Oysters. !? ? FRONT STREET DOUGLAS 7 Tl i I ! i 1 I I I I I 1 I I I I I I ! I I I K I I I II I 1 1 I It I I 1 I I I 1 I I 1 I I I Ml I 1 n 11111111111 n 11 i i n 1111111111111111111111 n 1111111^ | I. <St F. AFRICHl ;; Dealers In \ \ (;eni<:ual merchandise ?' DOUGLAS ST. ANN'S AVENUE ALASKA ;; "'n 1111; 1111 n ; 11 h ?111111111 n 11 ii 111111111 c 11111111 The Hunter Amusement Palace FINE POCKET BILLIARD TABLES First Class Cigars, Tobaccos and Cigarets Phone?Douglas 9 L. H. KEIST, Prop. j Mr. Carpenter? I GET WISE j ? to the fact that we have just received a line of ? : | I 10-oz. Carpenters' Overalls | ? Full of Pockets J ? We are also getting well stocked up 011 high grade ? J MECHANICS' TOOLS; call and look them over. It will | ? pay you. o j ALASKA SUPPLY CO JUNEAU | 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. Don't Forget the Number DOUGLAS - ? - ALASKA > ? I Douglas Hand Laundry X \ K. WYEMURA, Prop. ? J Opposite Douglas Opera House X > Phone 2-7 Baths 25 Cents X ? DOUGLAS J, ?i "M 111:111;; i; 111111111 I-K fORPHEUMi CIRCUIT ;; JUNEAU AND.DOUGLAS :: Advanced Vaudeville j and Motion Pictures i; TRUST FILMS t I; Best by Test ^ I VAUDEVILLE | ;; Every Nigrht T I! THE THREE BRA1TONS | frM i n n 111111111111 ii ii i -r Sparks From Douglas DOUGLAS. Jan. 29.?The Princess May brought a large consignment of mail for Douglas. Don't forget the big dance at the rink on the night of Feb. 14. George L. Johnson, late of the United States forestry service, at Ka talla. has taken a position in the cya nide plant of the Treadwell Company. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson have taken apartments at the Sans Souci. The show at the Orpheum last night was well attended. Frank Humphrey was a visitor in Juneau today. Bob McKanna and Jim Cottrell were in Juneau today on business. Watch for the Sunday menu of the new restaurant in this paper. Homer Donaghee returned to Doug las last night after being away since last summer. G. L. Johnson was in Juneau on a business trip today. The local aerie of Ragles will give a dance on the evening of Feb. 5. Camp Treadwell A. B. held an in teresting meeting lust night, several chechakoes having been shown the way over the icy trails. The bowling tournament scheduled for last night at the Treadwell Club, has been postponed until Friday. A big dance has been arranged at Treadwell for tonight. The basket social at tne caiuouc Club rooms tomorrow night promises to be one of the most pleasant events of the winter social seasou. Ed Christoe will open his new store about Feb. 1. Baseball billiards is a popular game on the island these days. One can't get into the game unles he is able to beat 175. Sam Bartholomew, a well known gasoline engineer, lately of Katalla, was a Douglas visitor yesterday. William E. Wood, the druggist was over from Juneau yesterday. M. J. O'Connor was in Juneau this afternoon for a few hours. Mr. Watkins, of Nevada creek, is in town for a few days. Tom Tracy, of Juneau, was on the island yesterday. OPENING OF NEW RESTAURANT The New restaurant will throw its doors open to the public on Thursday, but the grand opening will not take placo until Sunday, when one of the biggest " feeds" in the history of Doug las will be served. The Filipino or chestra will furnish music. 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 Swihart'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 tor your subscription to The Empire. Have you 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-t.f. "RED" LEWIS STILL MAKING TROUBLE Last night about seven o'clock "Red" Lewis, who is serving sentences of five months and three months, re spectively, in the federal jail, made a vicious attack on Oscar Weston, who i3 also serving a jail sentence. The instrument used in the assault was a heavy board about 18 inches in length, which had been made into a cribtage board. It is understood that the men had 1 been playing cribbage and that the 1 assault is the culmination of a quar rel over the game of cards. At any rate Lewis hit Weston over the head 1 with the board, cutting a gash an inch I and a half long and fracturing the skull. Weston went down and out, ' and was still partly unconscious this 1 morning. His condition is said to 1 be dangerous. Dr. Egginton was 1 called and is doing all that can be done for the injured man. Lewis has been placed In solitary 1 confinement and will probably be ' placed on a diet that will have a ten- 1 dency to lessen his animal nature. Lewis caused the local police force trouble for years and has been a con stant menace to the community un til locked up on the present sentence, i FOR RENT S HOGAN FLATS ? Four and five- < room apartments, unfurnished. ? l-28-6t. SOWERBY & BELL. \ " i SEAL SHIPT OYSTERS?Fresh at \ the local agency?CHAS. GOLDSTEIN i n n ?11 i i ii ii i: 11111111 nt " Personal Mention :: ? i I I 1 Ii I I I I I I 3 HII-HWfH M. J. O'Connor, of Douglas was iu town today. C. E. Wynn-Johnson, wlio has been in Juneau attending court and looking after business matters, returns to Van couver on the Princess May tomor row. Rev. Cieo. Rennison returned to Ju neau on the Princess May last night. Bishop Stringer is aboard the Prin cess May enroute to Whitehorse. J. D. Galloway arrived in Juneau on the Princes# May last evening. L. W. Clark and Mrs. Clark arrived on the Princess May and are regis tered at the Occidental. CAMP SKAGWAY, A. B., TAKES DECIDED STAND At the regular weekly meeting of Camp Skagway, No. 1, A. B., on last Tuesday evening, Jan. 21, 1913, the following resolution was adopted: RESOLVED, That the delegates to represent Camp Skagway, No. 1, A. B., at the convention of the Arctic Brotherhood to convene at Juneau on March 12, 1913, are instructed as fol lows: Not to commit Camp Skagway to membership under any governing or ganization that is not committed con stitutionally, to-wlt: Not to hold any sessions without the original jurisdiction of the order. Not to countenance tne esiaousii ment of subordinate camps without the original jurisdiction of the order. Not to admit to membership or grant franchise to any delegates who are not active members of subordinate camps. Not to permit proxies to be held by duly elected delegates. Not to admit to membership others than actual residents of the jurisdic tion of the Arctic Brotherhood, as de fined by the constitution of 1910, and who have been actual residents, as aforesaid, for a period of six months previous to their election. Not to elect officers who have not been elected delegates by the subordi aate camps to the Bession at which they may be elected in such Grand [lamp. J. M. Tanner, H. B. LeFevre and Max Gutfeld were elected delegates to the said convention, and Fred Fonzo, if. C. Bowman and D. J. Rich as alter nates. TRAINED IN ALASKA Fifteen minutes after he was noti 'ied by the Oregon House and the Sen ate that he had been elected United States Senator. Dr. Harry Lane en tered a Salem cafeteria. "Give me tome cauliflower," he said to the di gnity behind the counter. "What, lone of that? Well, give me some >ork and beans, then," ho said shov ng over his plate. I I It I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I N j: Marine Notes j I M 8 I I I I I I I ICI II I I I I It I I I i The Princess May arrived from the South at midnight and will sail for the South tomorrow noon. The Northwestern will he in Juneau southbound from the Westward at 11 o'clock tomorrow night. The Jefferson is due from the South Friday. The Alameda is due from the South on Saturday. The Mariposa sails from Seattle to morrow afternoon at five o'clock. The Curacao will sail from Seattle at 9 p. m. February 1. DR. MAHONE LEAVES ST. ANN'S HOSPITAL Dr. Mahono, who has been undergo ing treatment at St. Ann's hospital, left that institution this morning. MOVEMENT OF VESSELS Sailed Curacao sailed South Jan. 27 Mariposa sailed South Jan. 21 Princess May sailed ..South Jan. lfi 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. 28 Mariposa from West Jan. 21 Northwestrn from South Jan. 24 Curacao from South Jan. 24 Yukon from West Jan. 21 Santa Ana from South Jan. 23 Humboldt from South Jan. 22 Meteor from South Jan. 28 To Arrive Curacao from South Feb. 5 Princess May . ..from South Jan. 29 Jefferson from South Jan. 31 Northwestern ... from West Jan. 30 Alameda from South Feb. 1 Yukon from South Feb. 4 To Sail Curacao South Feb. C Princess May South Jan. 30 Jefferson South Feb. 1 Alameda West Feb. 1 Northwestern South Jan. 30 Meteor South Jan. 30 Yukon West Feb. 4 THE FISHING FLEET. Rolfe?Sailed Jan. 19. Kennebec?Sailed Jan. 21. Aloha?Ar. Jan. 29. Dora H.?Sailed Jan. 25. Pacific?Arrived Jan. 22. Active.?Out. Olga?Sailed Jan. 21. Belle?Sailed Dec. 11. Highland Ctueen?Sailed Dec. 28. Louise?Sailed Dec 27. Norman Sunde?-Sailed Jan. 12. Volunteer.?Out. Valkyrie?Out. Vesta?Ar. Jan. 25. Xhanthus?Sailed Dec. 19. Waife?Sailed Jan 5. White Star?In port. Lister?Sailed Jan. 25. Olympic?Sailed Dec. 10. Dick?At Sitka Dolphin?Sailed Jan. 15. Halley's?Out. Alameda?Out Annie?Sailed Jan. 28. Uranus?Out. Pollux?In port. Cedric?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 Jan. 21. ? IMH || |J |W ?!! I ?II I I ?!! ?II IIII I IIIH I I T1 1 <, r 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, j 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-THIRI) 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-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. g.. ? CHOICE OF THE LOT $ 1 ? 1 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 OIT Thirty-three and a third per cent discount h Flannellette Kimonos One lot of Flannellett short Kimonas. a - I YOUR CHOICE AT ?t>l.UU 8 Ladies' Belts - Half Price I All-Wool Kimonos I All wool kimonas, only four left. | TO CLEAN UP Ladies' All-Woo! Hose One lot of Ladies' All-Wool Hose, in black and grey. Sold regular up to 40 cents per pair. ^ ? YOUR CHOICE Per Pair, Remnants - One-Half Price : ^ ? I i Royal Worcester Bon Ton Corsets | $1.00 to $10.00 i /^oJUNERUAbRSm. Pictorial Review j Patterns 10 and 15 cents JUST RECEIVED 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. WM. BRUT, DRUGGIST I -1 'I I' I' I' 1 -M-M l11-M-l-M-P CONCERT RECITAL Mrs. J. V. Davis, Dramatic Reader Assisted by Local Talent ODD FELLOWS HALL, FEBRUARY 4th ADMISSION, 50 CENTS I I II II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I III II I I I I I I I i I I I I I ? THE LATEST AMERICAN INVENTION MAZDA LAMPS AND ALL OTHER KINDS OF ELECTRIC LIGHTING GOODS Can be obtained from the ALASKA ELECTRIC LIGHT & POWER CO. Third and Franklin Streets Juneau ? ?3_1 ,1. : , I ? a ? J [No one was ever comfort able with wet feet, and you'll find the doctor a whole lot more Z,eDSive RUBBER\ v^sy^^Fo?TwEiR i jjffTW A puir will keep you worm I ^UVR^r and dry all winter, for "Ball- M Band" goods have wear built into K V\> p 1 them from top to toe. Buy now M while we have every size. M t'orwUby ~\Vik ?