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TAiiOR-MAOi: u j CUING
SEE
M. J. O'Connor
A Perfect Fit or No Sale
NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED
! M. J. O'CONNOR DOUGLAS j
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Paul Bloedhorn, Jeweler
WATCHES, CLOCKS, CHINA AND CUT GLASS
DOUGLAS ALASKA
Fox's January Clearance Sale
REDUCTIONS FROM 20 to 50 PER CENT
n...- i t -. ? .?r ? ^tock of tlint' Durni " s and Dry Goods I
DOUGLAS - ALASKA
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WINTER IS HERE
C ; Vj Heaters Ready. The Bigcc t and Best Line of Heat- j
L ers m Djuglas Can Be Found at ^
? JULIUS JENSENS ?
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i THE ALASKA BAR TST ]
V Tne Oi y Place in Douglas to Get a Nice Cool Glass of Beer. Always ?
Fresh and Pure
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r THE CITY BAR
( ti-J S the FINEST STOCK of 1JQCOKS in 1)01 (II \S -
.* PE33LEF0RD OLD LINE RYE BEST KENTUCKY BOURBON
? DEL PUE.NTE. HENRY CLAY and Other Standard Cigars. ".j
DON'T FORGET THE VICTOR BAR
DOUGLAS, ALASKA f
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.* \\ carry the best stock of Liquor that money can buy. Fam- o
? ily t. !e our specialty.
0
CHAMBERS BROS., Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Cu Bcc.". Pork. Mutton. Vea! md Lamb are as Good as Can Be
Raised. Nothing but Prime Meat or Every Kind
Phone 1-0 Poultry. Fish and Game in Season. Douglas
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1 COUGHLIN & DAHL
Dealers in Fancy and Staple Groceries. B. & M. Tamales, and Seal- -j
T shlpt Oysters. X
y FRONT STREET DOUGLAS 4
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t I. &, F. AFRICII
** Dealers In ?
GENERAL MKRCIIANMSE
+ DOUGLAS ST. ANN'S AVENUE ALASKA *
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The Hunter Amusement Palace
FINE POCKET BILLIARD TABLES
First Class Cipars, Tobaccos and Ciparets
Phone?Douplas 9 L. H. KEIST, Prop.
Srarrett's Tools! Oh, Yes \
? ? ? ;;
We Have 'em. Nuff Said %
? A
t The World-Famous BUCK EDGE TOOLS Just Received *
I I
? ('; speci a new bunch of BENCH VISES. Just the ?
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? thinp for household use 5
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I YOl ALWAYS FIND SOMETHING NEW !
At the ?
I ALASKA SUPPLY CO JUNEAU v
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THE REPUBLIC
Ander^un & Ringuette, Props.
! Noted Tor their fine liquors and
I I
Icho ce imported wines. They have
just received an Immense stock of
j fancy gcods for the holiday trade.
i Don't Forget the Number
DOUGLmS ? ? - ALASKA
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? Douglas Hand Laundry *
K. WYEMURA. Prop. ?
+ Opposite Douglas Opera House +
? Phone 2-7 Baths 25 Cents *
? DOUGLAS ?
? ?
lORPHEUMf
t CIRCUIT i
? JUNEAU ANI) DOUGLAS ?
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i Advanced Vaudeville i
j and Motion Pictures J
+ +
i GENERAL FILMS |
-j. Best by Test J
1 I
VAUDEVILLE
+ Every Night f
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Sparks Fromp
Douglas
NOTICE
Arthur Dlsoii is the authorized rep
resentative of The Alaska Daily Em
pire 011 Douglas Island, and he will re
ceive subscriptions and advertise
ments intended for The Empire.
DOUGLAS, Feb. 5.?The Douglas
basketball team last night went down
to defeat at the hands of Treadwell by
a score of IS to 12. There were some
brilliant plays during the game and it
was a swift match. Tomorrow night
Douglas will try to redeem herself and
i tackle the Cyanide plant team.
Perry Jackson, who formerly
owned the Gross picture shows, Lyric
and Grand, has bought from George
Brown his Interest in the skating rink,
and under the management of Arm
strong & Jackson it promises to do
a good business.
Dr. Sargeant has been appointed
health officer in the place of Dr. Do
Vighne, who has resigned.
Leslie Foreman is on the Curacao
onroute to Douglas.
The members of the Alaska Cath
olic Club will have a business meet
ing tomorrow night at 8 o'clock. Many
people will sorry to learn that during
? the Lenten season the enjoyable so
! cials will be discontinued.
Billy Mitchell, a brother to Mrs. I,.
Mulligan, has gone to work with the
\laska-Juneau surveyors.
.Mrs. Parr of San Francisco, was on
the island yesterday.
A farewell party for Mrs. DeVlghne
was given this afternoon at the Con
gregational church.
The City dock is out of coal, but
will have 200 tons on the Cordova.
Last night the machine shops de
'? at? -.! the store and survey team at
bowling: machine shops, 2.1G4; store
and survey, 2,008.
Tae steamer Yukon arrived from
. South w ith mail and freight and
about fifty Slavs returning from the
war.
The Bertha was at Wrangell at j
| 10 a. in. this morning and will be here I
during the night.
The Curacao is due at Treadwell at
1 ? o'clock tomorrow forenoon. H
The local teamsters are taking loads !
>? snow and putting on the wharves j
is they are nearly bare.
The two bears, Dooly and Susie .
.\ere out of their cave today enjoy
ing the sunshine.
The Arctic Brotherhood held a ?
rousing meeting last night, at which ,
important business was discussed. (
Tonight at the Orpheum will be
given one of the best shows of the (
, season. "War's Havoc" by Kalem, the ,
; great feature film will be shown. In
? this picture you can se a head-on col
! lision of two locomotives going at (
full speed. The performance will
, conclude with the rural farce comedy
entitled "The Old Man's Darling." j
Lent begins today.
| Have you seen those hand made
? miners' shoes at Kronquist's. Oh, you
, can't wear them out. 1-16-t.f.
| j The Quality Store. Coughlin & .
Dahl. "Nuf Said." ???
, j
Chambers Bros., Butchers?Choice f
cuts a specialty. ???
When you want clean coal, call at
the Ferry dock and Martin Olson will (
! i furnish you with it. 1-15-tf. J
There's some nice new mouldings ^
and frames at Swlhart's. Come and '
see them. ' 1-16-t.f.
COMPARE THIS WITH
U S. AID IN ALASKA s
The magnitude of the bureau of
printing of the Philippine islands, lo
cated at Manila, is probably not real
ized by many. The bureau furnishes ^
all of the printing and binding for (|
a nation of 800,0,000 people, besides v
local army and navy stations. Among ?
its customers during the last year was 0
the imperial Chinese government. It a
furnishes printing and binding for the
Philippine legislature, seventy-three
bureaus and ofilces, thirty-eight prov
inces and 725 municipalities of the
Philippine government. It operates 20
modern linotypes; thirty cylinder, plat- ,
en and embossing presses; 48 book
binding machines; 25 sterotypeing ,
and electrotyping machines; a photo
engraving plant equipped for line, ^
half-tone and process work, and a ma
chine shop. Six thousand six hundred
articles of equipment and 3,500 differ
ent kinds of materials and supplies
are in daily use. The plant is val- ii
ued at $600,000. With the exception t
of a score or more of instructors from 1<
he rnited States, the product of the a
plant is the work of natives. ii
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OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
The new dining room of the Com
mercial Cafe, with private boxes in
connection, is now open day and night, b
and excellent meals are served at all b
times. 2-4-t.f. F
A complete line of tobacco lare and
pipe "racks at BURFORDS. h
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: Personal Mention ::
i I I I I I I I I I B I I I I I I II II ? I I I
John N. Priest, a well known inin
tig man, who has a beach mining
>roposition at Yakataga, is aboard the
t'ukoii with (io tons of supplies and
nachinery for his enterprise.
Harry Moore, a well known mining
nan of Valdez, is a passenger on the
Tukon enroute to his home.
L. B. Adsit, the well known commer
?ial man returned to Juneau from Ket
?hikan on the Yukon last night.
Chas. Peterson, of Katalla, is a pas
senger 011 the Yukon enroute to his
lome.
331-3% DISCOUNT!
On all ladies', tailor-made suits,
:oats and one-piece dresses
One-third off ? one-third off ? Must
lave room for Spring goods.
CHAS. GOLDSTEIN.
>AY-DAY AT THE
ALASKA-GASTINEAU
Today is payday at the Alaska-Gas
ineau Company's works and ?42,000
rill be disbursed among 375 men for
he current month's wage pay-roll,
'hese men are employed in the three
livi8ions of the company's develop
nent project.
?Valentines! Valentines!?
>EE Barrager's window display. 2-4tf
CHURCH SERVICES
Ash-Wednesday services are being
told in Trinity Episcopal church to
lay. This evening at 8 p. m. there
.ill be a short service with address,
subject "The Message of the Season
if Lent." All members of the choir
re requested to be present.
GUILD MEETING
There will be a special business
ueeting of the Ladies' Guild, of Trin
ty Episcopal church, at the Rectory,
n Thursday afternoon at 2:30 p. m.
t full attendance is requested.
HENEY HEADS THE
WINNING LIST
Z. R. Cheney has a batting and field
iig average of 1000 for the present
orm of district court. He has not
ast an issue so or in the civil depart
ment and has won the only victories
a the criminal department during the
erm now drawing to a close.
A SNAP!
FOR SALE ?One 3%-ineh Studa
aker wagon, gear only. ALSO, one
lack mare, seven years old. Inquiro
"EMMER & RITTER l-28-6t.
FOUND?On Salmon creek road a
uly's coat. Enquire at Burford's. t.f. j
n M H M I I I I I I I I I I II I I I I It
j: Marine Notes |
-i I ! I I I I I I I II I I I I I I I I i H+H
Tlio Yukon arrived In port last night
at 10:30 and left for the Westward at
midnight.
The Admiral Sampson will leave Se
attle for the Westward via Juneau on
March 5.
The Yunkon is due in Juneau from i
the Westward, southbound on Feb.
18.
The Curacao will be at Treadwell at
3 a. in. tomorrow arriving in Juneau
before noon.
The Princess May will arrive from
the South on Feb. 12.
The Alameda is scheduled to take !
the North western's place sailing from '
Seattle on Feb. 8.
The Jefferson will sail from Seat-:
tie on Feb. 7. i ]
STEAMSHIP LINES
GOING TO SEATTLE
The Royal Mail Steam Packet line,
the most powerful steamship corpor
ation in the world, has completed '
plans for sending the vessels of its
fleet to Seattle and North Pacific
ports.
Frank Waterhous has received a ca
blegram from London stating that it
had been definitely decided to inaug
urate monthly sailings from Europe,
via the Suez canal and the Orient to
Seattle, Victoria, Vancouver and Port- j
land.
The new service will be inaugurat
ed by the British steamship Mon
mouthshire, which will sail from Lon
don on May 7 for Seattle and North
Pacific ports via the Suez canal and
the Orient.
1
Seattle, instead of San Francisco,
may become the Pacific Coast termin
al of the annual round-the-world pas
senger tours of the Hamburg-Ameri
can liner Cleveland. H. F.Dergeloh.
Pacific Coast manager of the line, is i
dissatisfied with the treatment ac-j j
corded his company at San Francisco 1
and has .announced that unless condi- ;
tions are changed there he may ac
cept the better inducements afforded, ?
at Seattle.
The trouble arises because of objec-1
tions of the San Francisco board of <
state harbor commissioners to the !
Hamburg-American line's plans for '
handling baggage belonging to the pas- j
senger.
TO JUNEAU PATRONS:
I wish to announce that I am pr.-*
pared to give prompt and efficient ,
service In delivering, coal hauling
freight, baggage, etc.
HILARY McKANNA TRANSFER
Phone Order 6-7 or 56 tf
J
Every thing that will please a smok- J
er may be found at BURFORD'S. j
FOR REN''1 ? F!ve-room house un- 'j
furnished. Inquire of Juneau Dairy.tf. j
I-I 1 1 I -H-H-I-1 -I M 'I I"I
MOVEMENT OF VESSELS
Sailed
Princess May sailed ..South Jan. 301
Yukon West Feb. 41
Humboldt sailed South Jan: 24
Northwestern South Jan. 30!
Jefferson South Feb. 2i
Arrived
Princess May ...from South Jan. 28,
Curacao from South Jan. 24
Humboldt from South Jan. 22 I
Meteor from South Jan. 28
Northwestern ... from West Jan. 30 '
Mariposa from South Feb. 3 1
Yukon from South Feb. 4
To Arrive ,
,'uracao from South Feb. 5 |
Princess May ... from South Feb. 12 (
Yukon from West Feb. 18 |
\d. Sampson ... from South Mar. 9 I
To Sail 1
Mariposa West Feb. 3
'uracao South Feb. 6 (
Princess May south Feb. 13 .
Yukon South Feb. 18 (
\.d. Sampson West Mar. 9
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; The Unique Millinery h ;
LADIES' :: J
FURNISHINGS | i
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THE FISHING FLEET.
Kennebec?Sailed Jan. 21.
Aloha?Ar. Jan. 29.
Dora H.?Sailed Jan. 25.
Rolfe?Ar. Feb. 3
Pacfic?Out.
Active.?Out.
Olga?Sailed Jan. 21.
Belle?Out.
Highland Queen?Laid up.
Louise?Out.
Norman Sunde?Sailed Jan. 12.
Volunteer.?Out.
Valkyrie?Out.
Vesta?Sailed Jan. 27.
Xhanthus?Sailed Dec. 19.
Waife?Laid up.
White Star?In port.
Lister?Sailed Jan. 25.
Dlympic?Sailed Dec. 10.
Dick?At Sitka
Dolphin?Sailed Jan. 15.
Hal ley's?Out.
Mameda?Out.
f\nnle?Sailed Jan. 28.
Jranus?Out
3ollux?In port
Dedrlc?Out.
Thelma?Sailed Jan. 9.
Mvida?Out.
Somet?Oout
Jolkol?Sailed Dec. 30.
\nlta Phillips?Ar. Feb. 3.
Standard?Out.
3joa?Out
Phekle?Sailed Jan. 21.
Jan Juan?Ar. Feb. 4.
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FOR A
FEW DAYS ONLY
Hats
$2.50 and $3.00 grades, your choice,
$1.50
Trousers
for the boy; all sizes,
40c to $1.00
Fancy Vests
closing out at this sale, at
50 per cent. Discount
This is the Home of the Famous
| Hart, Schaffner
j & Marx Ciothes
j,' for the Man Who Cares
Boys* Clothes
Your Choice During This Sale of Any
Boy's Suit in the House at
25 percent Discount
MEN'S UNDERWEAR
Broken Lines to Be Closed Out at
SACRIFICE PRICES
/P^qJUNERU,PJjASKR.
Shirts
Values from $1.50 up to $2.50, this sale
75c
Special Discount
on
NightShirts and Paj amas
Collars
Genuine linen; in all sizes, a do;:en,
25c
Blouse 'Waists
for the Boy at Cost.
Caps
Boys' heavy winter caps, your choice
25c
I '" JUST RECEIVED'
T 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- ~
t PLACED OR CREDITED. !!
| WM. BRITT, DRUGGIST I
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fH-iti-H I I M I I I I II I Hi I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ;
WHEN YOU NEED ;;
Furniture, Mattresses, Stoves, Ranges:!
Cooking* Utensils or Crockery ::
;; and vou want full value for your money tro to !!
::JOHN P. BENSON, the Furniture Dealer.:
!! Cor. Third and Seward Streets, Juneau
;! Ions upon tons of new and up-to-date goods arrive at our store every week ? ?
! it I ! H ? I II H 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 I I I I I I I
jf ^ THE CIRCLE' CITY' HOTEL " "f
J MRS. M. E. BERGMANN, Prop. ;;
+ HEADQUARTERS for PROSPECTORS AND MINING MEN::
ELECTRIC LIGHTED STEAM HEATED
J; THIRD STREET JUNEAU, ALASKA;;

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