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If You Want the Heal Thins in ^jj TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING SEE j M. J. O'Connor i A Perfect Fit or No Sale NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED | M. ]. 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 I i i M I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 II I 1 I II 3 I I 1 I I I I I I 1 I I I I I i I I i I > WINTER IS HERE | Get Your Heaters Ready. The Biggest and Best Line of Heat- + !! ers in Douglas Can Be Found at I JULIUS JENSENS J I I II I I I I > II I I I I 1 I I I I I I I >1 I 1 I I I I I I II I I I I I I i I I i 11 :: ?! m-i-v m-k-i-h i i i i h i m i 1111111 i 11111111 i-h THE ALASKA BAR tST | 7 The Only Place in Douglas to Get a Nice Cool Glass of Beer. Always -r v Fresh and Pure J T: ; : i: i -i i 111111111:: 111; 11111111111111111111111 i-i-i i :? i 11::: : : 11 : 11 r :? i: 11: i: i i-i-i- r-i -i n i 11 11111 m 11 n 111 THE CITY BAR 1| | C ARRIES the FINEST STOCK of LIQUORS in DOUGLAS $ 7 PEBBLEFORD OLD LINE RYE BEST KENTUCKY BOURBON f + DEL PUENTE. HENRY CLAY and Other Standard Cigars. J H-i-i': 1111:: 111;: i r i :-h-k ::; 11: -m i ; 11111 -h m i i i i i i r :? i- i ! DON'T FORGET THE VICTOR BAR l t DOUGLAS, ALASKA ? X We carry the best stock of Liquor that money can buy. Fam- X I ? ily trade our specialty. X ' * ? 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 COUGHLIN & DAHL T Dealers in Fancy and Staple Groceries. B. & M. Tamales, and Seal- 4* f shipt Oysters. X .> FRONT STREET DOUGLAS ? i: 11 ::: ; 11; i;; i! 111 r i 11 n !? i M 1111111111111111; I M I f' i ) I I 1 I M i I m I I I > M 1 I I i I H 1 I I I I I I I I I I 1 I 1 I I I I I) I ) I II I I I. iSi F. AFRICIIi Dealers In ] j (;eneral merchandise !! DOUGLAS ST. ANN'S AVENUE ALASKA ;; m i i m i i111 a 111111 u 111111111111111111111 i 11 m 111 The Hunter Amusement Palace FINE POCKET BILLIARD TABLES First Class Cigars, Tobaccos and Cigarets Phone?Douglas 9 L. H. KEIST, Prop. j I Mr. Carpenter? ! : GET WISE ! ? ? X to the fact that we have just received a line of : 10-oz. Carpenters' Overalls \ ? Full of Pockets ? X We are also getting" well stocked up on high grade ? ? MECHANICS' TOOLS; call and look them over. It will ? X pay you. I \ ALASKA SUPPLY CO JUNEAU X THE REPUBLIC Anderson & Ringuette, Props. Noted (or 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 ? Douglas Hand Laundry * X K. WYEMURA, Prop. ? X Opposite Douglas Opera House + ? Phone 2-7 Baths 25 Cents j ? DOUGLAS ? : ?M 11111111;;; 111111111 i-i-H lORPHEUMI :: CIRCUIT J ;; JUNEAU AND.DOUGLAS + 1 :: Advanced Vaudeville J | and Motion Pictures I jj TRUST FILMS J I; Best by Test ^ :: VAUDEVILLE | ;; Every Night t :! THE THREE BRA1TONS ? ?tl i 1 I I I M 1 1 I 1 1 1 I 111 I I I I 1 it I Sparks from! Douglas MARRIAGE IN DOUGLAS. Charles Stites and Miss Agnes Bre vig were united in marriage yester day afternoon by Rev. J. H. Warma aen, at the home of Arthur Ash berg. of Douglas. This young cou ple are well and favorably known in Douglas and they are the recip ients of the best wishes of their many friends. DOUGLAS. Jan. 30.?Harold Coggs well and Mr. Miller, of the Tread well cyanide plant, will go south on the steamer Princess May. Etnil Fisher and wife will also be passengers on the Princess for south ern points. The big bowling tournament at tho Tread well club alleys will be started tomorrow night. M. G. Rogers reports a very good business. Don't forgot to "take a pipe" at P. If. Fox's big store window. M. J. O'Connor says that he sends out groceries by the carload: and it looks as ifhe does. Stop and listen! There will be a big time at the Catholic Clubtonight? a basket social and a good time, with music by the Filipino band. The Palace of Sweets is doing a good business these days. A large crowd of local people are going over to Juneau tomorrow night to attend the Juneau High School Band concert and show at the Or pheum. Dr. Mathes has moved into the Thomas building. George L. Johnson entered upon nis duties at the cyanide plant at Tread well this morning. Irwin Warren, of Juneau, attended the dance last night. The Misses Georgeson also attended the dance at Tread well last evening. Mr. Grown will fix up the rink at once for the basketball team. It will be ready about Monday next. The Orpheum will put on a big pro gram for Sunday night. .Mrs. It. Coughlin has been ill at her home a few days, the result of a severe cold. Mr. McCauly says that the New res tauurant will be fixed up in first class style. Tomorrow will be swimming day at th Tread well club tanks. The regular Saturday night show at the Treadwell Club will take place as usual. The Attendance at the Orpheum last night was large and a good show was put on. The I. O. O. F. lodge held its reg ular meeting last night. The New restaurant, owned by Florence and McCauley. opened its doors to public this morning. The grand opening will be on Sunday, when everybody will be invited to the feast that will be spread. The> Meteor unloaded freight all day yesterday at Treadwell. The Jefferson is due at Douglas to morrow morning. A large number of Juneau people attended the dance at Treadwell last night. Among the Juneau visitors to the island last night were Messrs Ward. Benson and Bartholomew. Wait for the Sunday menu in the paper for the New restaurant. The dance at Treadwell last eve ning was well attended. The music was good, and every body had a good time. 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." ??? 1 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-tf. KLONDIKER IN POLITICS Jake Kline, a former well known resident of Dawson in the early days of that camp, but for several years past a resident of Seattle, is now a candidate for city councilman of the Spirit City, with a good chance of being elected, according to Fred Garn er, who met Kline, while in Seattle. CHOIR REHEARSAL l There will be a special choir re- ' hearsal in Trinity Episcopal church ] this evening at 7:30 p. m., sharp, all I members are earnestly requested lo I attend. < 11 it n m 11 m h 1111111 H-+-+ | Personal Mention J < I H 1 l-i W-H-i John H. Robinson, formerly deputy marshal at Tanana and Eagle, is in town, having arrived on the l'rincess May. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Smith took pass age on the Princess May today for tin- South. Mr. Smith has been con nected with M. Behrend's mercantile establishment. H. E. Meyer, of Surveyor-General, Uistin's ollice, left on the Princess May J today enroute to Santa Fe, New Mex- j ico. having been transfered to the field division of the land department ' with headquarters in Santa Fe. Harold Cogswell, who spends his vacations in Alaska and was recently employed at Treadwell, returned to Se-1 attle today on the l'rincess May. He is re-entering the school of mines at the Ur.iVwisity of Washington. E. A. Zacheau, construction fore man for the General Electric Com pany, who has been assisting in the installation of the Alaska-Gastineau's Salmon creek power plant, left for the South today. E. A. Wirt, a well known Skagway ite, is a passenger on the Princess May enroute to Vauncouver. John Olson, famous locomotive en gineer of the White Pass, is aboard the Princess May enroute for the South. C. E. Wynn-Johnson took passage for Vancouver on the Princess May today. He expects to return in May. Rev. G. E. Renison, of Trinity Epis copal church, who returned on Tues day night from a brief visit in Cali fornia, met Bishop Rowe in Oakland. The Bishop and Mrs. Rowe were about to leave for Los Angeles for a few weeks visit. Bishop Rowe expects to come to Juneau in March. HUSBAND AND WIFE ON LONG PLOUGHING TOUR RED BLUFF, Calif., Jan. 29. ? Ploughing their way around the world is the unique way of touring this sphere adopted by Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Smith, formerly of the Imperial Valley, who arrived here recently with an outfit consisting of a cook and bunk wagons, two traction engines and gang ploughs with a capacity of turning over 100 acres of ground in twenty-four hours. Since beginning their journey they have travelled by easy stages, secur ing in each agricultural community through which they passed contracts for ploughing, and then, when these were completed, moving on to an other section. They have secured a contract to plough some of the largest tracts in this country, and last week, accom panied by V. A. Tapscott, they went to Corning to look over a 3,000-acre field on the Tapscott ranch which the owner wants them to plough. -H-n-H m i i 111:1111111111 n * Marine Notes j i..:|]|i||[|M t: The Princess May left for the South 1 at 1:30 this afternoon. | The Curacao sails for Juneau from ? Seattle on Saturday. The Northwestern is due at mid- \ night tonight from the Westward. ; The Jefferson Is due from the South ? tomorrow evening. ] The Alameda is scheduled to ar- ] rive in Juneau, westbound, on Satur- ? day. ! THE PRINCESS MAY'S OUTGOING PASSENGERS ; The Princess May sailed south at 1:30 today carrying the following pas sengers: J. 10. Flemming, Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Paine, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Smith. H. E. Meyer, E. A. Zacheau, G. D. Mc Donald, Harold Cogswell, Emil Fisch er, and J. E. McGraw. . MOVEMENT OF VESSEL? ; I Sailed Curacao sailed South Jan. 27 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. 21 Arrived Princess May ...from South Jan. 28 Mariposa from West Jan. 21 Northwestm from South Jan. 24 Curacao from South Jan. 24 J 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 j Yukon from South Feb. 4 ? To Sail ; Curacao South Feb. 6 ] 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 ? I LIENS AGAINST THE I WEYERHORST HOSPITAL j 3 Material liens have been filed s against the Weyerhorst hospital in the c past 48 hours aggregating $1,621. Geo. \ James & Co. filed a claim for $876 c for lumber; John Feusi claimed $443 t for supplies, and Julius Jensen $202 c for hardware. ' t t FOR RENT?Large furnished room, r bath connecting. Inquire Empire of- r flee. 1-16-tf. t DIFFERENT IN JUNEAU Many towns in the interior of Mas inchusetts have felt the coal famine >retty severely. The city of Chico >ee is even now discussing the pro cct of setting up a municipal coal \ird. Even if such an institution ihould pay, in competition with the :oal dealers of that section, it is rery much to bo doubted whether the :ourts would allow the city's money o be spent in such fashion. The de :isions of the supreme court have teen very emphatically to the effect hat a city, without special amend nent of the existing constitutional estrictions, cannot engage in busi icss in competition with private par ties. If Chicoplec believes that its coal dealers have been making un fair and unjustified profits, there will probably be some opportunity to sug gest to the next legislature such changes as will meet, the inadequacy of the existing laws to prevent extor tion.?Boston Advertiser. FOR RENT HOG AN FLATS ?Four and five room apartments, unfurnished. l-28-6t. SOWER BY & BELL. Every thing that will please a smok er may be found at BURFORD'S. Phone your subscription to The Daily Empire. Phone 3-7-4. 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' 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. g <m Qj CHOICE OF THE LOT $ 1 .^<3 I ?? 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. I YOUR CHOICE AT 1 .UU Ladies' Belts - Half Price | All-Wool Kimonos | All wool kimonas, only four left. I 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, ^OC Remnants - One-Half Price ?? I Royal Worcester and Bon Ton Corsets $1.00 to $10.00 /pZ^oJUNEMtthESm. Pictorial Review | 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. BRITT, DRUGGIST CONCERT RECITAL Mrs. J. V. Davis, Dramatic Reader Assisted by Local Talent ODD FELLOWS HALL, FEBRUARY 4th ADMISSION. 50 CENTS THE LATEST AMERICAN INVENTION MAZDA LAMPS AND ALL OTHER KINDS OF \ ELECTRIC LIGHTING GOODS t 1 Can be obtained from the ALASKA ELECTRIC LIGHT & POWER CO. Third and Franklin Streets Juneau j ? ? I I i i i i i, I I I ? I > I I r I i I | | | ] | | | | | j | I I 1 1 I ? I I 4 i-i WHEN YOU NEED ; furniture, Mattresses, Stoves, Ranges; Cooking Utensils or Crockery and you want full value for your money ffo to ! JOHN P. BENSON, the Furniture Dealer; Cor. Third and Seward Streets, Juneau ! t t __j ? : _f.'