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If You Want the Real Thing in
TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING
SEE
M. J. O'Connor
A Perfect Fit or No Sale
NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED
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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
This includes our entire stock of Gents' Furnishings and Dry Goods
DOUGLAS - ALASKA
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T Get Your Heaters Ready. The Biggest and Best Line of Heat- ??
I ers in Douglas Can Be Found at
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T The Only Place in Douglas to Get a Nice Cool Glass of Beer. Always j
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THE CITY BAR
j CARRIES the FINEST STOCK of LIQUORS in DOUGLAS ?
T PEB3LEF0RD OLD LINE RYE BEST KENTUCKY BOURBON J
j DEL PUENTE. HENRY CLAY and Other Standard Cigars. t
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DOUGLAS, ALASKA ?
? We carry the best stock of Liquor that money can buy. Fam- +
* ily trade our specialty. ?
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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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COUGHLIN & DAHL I
T Dealers in Fancy and Staple Groceries. B. & M. Tamales, and Seal- -j
shipt Oysters. X
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Dealers In
gexerae merchandise
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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.
I Starrett's Tools! Oh, Yes I
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? We Have 'em. Nuff Said |
The World-Famous BUCK EDGE TOOLS Just Received .?
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Call and inspect a new bunch of BENCH VISES. Just the ?
thing for household use ;
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YOU ALWAYS FIND SOMETHING NEW |
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ALASKA SUPPLY CO., JUNEAU 11
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THE REPUBLIC j
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 1
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J Phone 2-7 Baths 25 Cents z "
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JUNEAU AND DOUGLAS
? Advanced Vaudeville
: and Motion Pictures ::
: GENERAL FILMS::
! Best by Test
i VAUDEVILLE iij
? Even* Night
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Sparks Fromji
Douglas
NOTICE
Arthur Olson is the authorized rep
resentative of The Alaska Daily Em
pire on Douglas Island, and he will re
ceive subscriptions and advertise
ments intended for The Empire.
Oscar Romback Is Dead
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DOUGLAS, Feb. 6.?Word has just
been received here telling of the death
of Oscur Romback. a former, well
known resident of Douglas. Ho died
at Calmer, Michigan, on January 2,
of cancer of the stomach.
He Was Honest Anyway
A Douglas merchant was agreeably
surprised yesterday when a man from
the Interior approached him and said:
"1 want to pay an acount I ran with
you in the year 1890." The amount
was received and a receipt given in
full.
At the Orpheuin last night Kalem's
film "War's Havoc" was excellent;
also there was a lively comedy en
titled a "Pasadena Peach," by two
other films, and a screaming farce in
which the Three Bratton appeared.
The same program is on again for
tonight.
Yesterday the farewell tea party, in
honor of Mrs. DeVighne, was enjoyed
by about thirty ladies. Refreshments
were served and afterwards the la
dies brought out their sewing.
First Friday in Lent tomorrow,
mass at the Catholic church at 8
o'clock a.m.
It is the cyanide plant and the ma
chine shop teams who are to play at
basketball tonight, and not Douglas
and the cyanide plant. The match.
will take place at the Treadwell Club j
at S: 15 this evening. Admission free.
The steamer Curacao arrived front
the South this morning and went
straight on to Juneau as she could
not land at Treadwell nor Douglas.
Last night the Eagles' Annual Dance
was held. Supper was served and
every one present enjoyed themselves.
T. E. Brandon,, formerly of the
Murphy Grant Co., but now with the .
new firm of Moore-Watson, will go
south on the Curacao.
Frank Tascher is leaving on the next <
southbound trip of the Curacao.
Have you tried those heavy wool
len socks for the cold weather, at Fred
Kronquist's, St. Ann's ave. 1-22-t.f
The Quality Store. Coughlln &
Dahl, "Nuf Said." ???
Chambers Bros., Butchers?Choice
cuts a specialty. ???
When you want clean coal, call at
the Ferry dock and Martin Olson will
furnish you with it. 1-15-t.f.
There's some nice new mouldings
and frames at Swiliart's. Come and
see them. 1-16-t.f.
TO TELEPHONE SUBSCRIBERS
All telephone subscribers are re
quested to first ascertain the num
ber wanted before ringing up "Cen
tral." Do not ask for the party by
name. Get the number instead and
then ring.
Any subscriber who has not received
a directory for 1913 will be supplied
with one by calling at the office.
JUNEAU & DOUGLAS TELEPHONE
COMPANY, Edw. Webster. Mgr. 6t.
"MOVIES" AT THE
ORPHEUM ARE GOOD
"Chums" Is a clever comedy skit at i
the Orpheum In which a well trained I
canine hero pulls off some sensation- i
al stunts. "The Clue," is an ingenius i
sob story that holds the interest !
throughout. The audience last night :
was well pleased.
BENEFIT FOR GUILD 1
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The Ladies' Guild of Trinity Epis- '
copal church will be given a benefit 1
at the Orpheum on Saturday night. '
Manager Spickett is preparing a spe- (
cial program for the event.
33 1-3% DISCOUNT!
On all ladies', tailor-made suits,
coats and one-piece dresses
One-third off ? one-third off?Must ^
have room for Spring goods.
CHAS. GOLDSTEIN. V
FEMMER & RITTER
See this firm for all kinds of dray- j
ing and hauling. We guarantee sat
isfaction and reasonable prices. Coai s
delivered promptly. Femmer & Rlt- t
ter's Express. Stand Burford's Cor- (
ner. Phone 314. Residence phones
402 or 403. ???
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: Personal Mention |
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Harry J. Raymond will return with
in a week or ten days to Juneau.
J. C. McBride is expected home
soon.
E. ('. Brings has t".ken a position
with the Treadwell (ompany at the
cyanide plant.
Rev. A. 1'. KashevarolT, who has
been sojourning at Prince Rupert re
turned today on the Curacao.
Oak Olson, the popular commercial
man returned to Juneau on the Cura
cao today.
Miss Cora Benson, grand daughter
to "Chilcoot Jack" who piloted the
first white man over the Chlcoot Pass,
is aboard the Curacao enroute to her
home in Skagwav. Miss Benson has
been visiting with her brother William
Benson, the missionary at Kake.
John Kildall Petersburg cannery
man, arrived in Juneau on the Cura
cao and is stopping at the Occidental.
Jack Chamberlain, and Wm. Aiken
are in Petersburg and will be up on
the next Jefferson.
SAM KOHN THE TOY
OT TAKU ZEPHYR
Many people were awakened last
night by the shaking of buildings and
the fierce howling of the Taku as it
swept over the town. Most people
felt thankful that it was night and that
thej' were in good comfortable beds,
rather than facing the blasts on the
streets or out on the channel in a
small boat.
Nightwatchman Sam Kohn was not
>ne of the fortunate on this occas
ion. He has to do certain things in
)rder to get the municipal pay check
jvery month. His duties include reg
ular trips down the line at stated in
;ervals throughout the night. It is sel
lom pleasant? this work, but it is al
vays interesting. Last night was more
han interesting. It was exciting!
About two oclock the Taku was try
ng its worst, and it did?to Sam
While on lower Franklin street, near
he Shattuck mill Sam was lifted off
lis feet by the terrific foice of the
vind. He went hurtling through
ii ace to ra distance of thirt* feet and
vas then slammed down on the plank
cad way. As a result of the sudden
mpact both of Mr. Kohn's legs have
igly flesh wounds and painful bruises.
?n:n says this Taku zephyr was about
he quickest woolley that ever came
?ver the hill.
He is figuring on getting an an
hor made for use during the Taku
eason.
?Valentines! Valentines!?
!EE Barrager's window display. 2-4tf
FOR RENfr ? F:ve-room house un
urnished. Inquire of Juneau Dairy tf.
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| Marine Notes |
The Curacao arrived from the South
at 10:HO this morning. She has a lot
of freight for Tread well and will not
get away for the North before morn
* ing.
The Georgia arrived from Sitka and
way ports today at 10 o'clock. Site
brought 12 boxes of halibut from Sit
ka and 20 boxes from lloonah.
The Mariposa is due from the West
ward Feb. 11.
The Alameda will not sail from Se
attle February S as scheduled: in
stead the Northwestern sails Feb. 1)
and is due here Feb. 12.
The Diriga sails from Seattle Feb.
12 with explosives.
The Cordova is due from the South
today.
The Jefferson sails from Seattle to
morrow and is due in Juneau Feb.
11.
The fishing schooner Highland
Queen and Vesta arrived from the
banks this morning.
The Georgia leaves for Skagway
and way ports tomorrow morning.
CANNERY MEN CAME
NORTH ON CURACAO
Ernest Kerberger the cannery man
with a crew of five, came up to Kake
on the Curacao yesterday to begin
preparations for next season's work.
The Curacao also carried a large j
amount of supplies for the cannery.
There are a number of passengers
and a large amount of freight still i
aboard the ship destined for the can
nery at Funter bay.
THE CURACAO'S
NORTHBOUND LIST
The Curacao arrived from the South
at 10:30 this morning bringing a large
consignment of freight, mail and the!
following passengers:
For Juneau?Leslie Foreman, Wm.
Fels, Carl Johnson, Ben Marr, Mar
ion Palmer, F. B. Marr, Wm. Edward,
H. Sykes, M. T. Burns, Mrs. W. G.
Fagarty, C. R Horner, Myrtle Hom
er, and F. Meyer.
For Skagway?Charles Nagier, An
na Gray, Florence Rohday.
Funter Bay?Henry Mayer, Howard
Starbird and wife, Ole Tangen, A. 1.. j
Berg, H. Lindberg, Oscar Nelson, Hen-;
ry Fiedrecht, Gus Anderson, Ole
Strand, A. C. Seafeldt, and G. C. Cof
fin.
At Ketchikan A. P. KashervarofT
took passage for Juneau and W. C.
Wright for Skagway. At Wrangell
T. R. Raber, E. R. Noble and Oak Ol
son took passage for Juneau, and Miss
Cora Benson for Skagway.
NOTARY CHERRY NOW
Yesterday Governor Walter E. Clark
appointed Lloyd C. Cherry, of Jualin
a notary public.
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MOVEMENT OF VESSELS
Sailed
Princess May sailed ..South Jan. 30
Yukon West Feb. 4
Humboldt sailed South Jan. 24
Northwestern South Jan. 30
Jefferson South Feb. 2
Arrived
Princess May ...from South Jan. 28
Curacao from South Feb. 6"
Humboldt from South Jan. 22
Meteor from South Jan. 28
Mariposa from South Feb. 3
Yukon from South Feb. 4
To Arrive
Mariposa from West Feb. 11
Jefferson from South Feb. 11
Northwestern ... from South Feb. 12
Princess May ... from South Feb. 12
Yukon from West Feb. 18
Ad. Sampson ... from South Mar. 9
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Mariposa South ? Feb. 11
Curacao South Feb. 6
Princess May south Feb. 13
Yukon South Feb. 18
Ad. Sampson West Mar. 9
Jefferson South Fed 12
Northwestern West Feb. 12
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WANTED?To rent furnished house
in good locality. Address X.Y.Z. Em
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THE FISHING FLEET.
Kennebec?Sailed Jan. 21.
Aloha?Ar. Jan. 29.
Dora H.?Sailed Jap. 25.
Rolfe?Ar. Feb. 3
Pacfic?Out.
Active.?Out.
Olga?Sailed Jan. 21.
, Belle?Out.
Hignland Queen?Ar. Feb. (5.
Louise?Out.
Norman Sunde?Sailed Jan. 12.
Volunteer.?Out
Valkyrie?Out.
Ve6ta?Ar. Fe b.6.
Xhanthus?Sailed Dec. 1!).
Waife?Laid up.
White Star?In port.
Lister?Sailed Jun. 25.
Olympic?Sailed Dec. 10.
Dick?At Sitka
Dolphin?Sailed Jan. 15.
Hal ley's?Out.
Alameda?Out.
Annie?Sailed Jan. 28.
Uranus?Out.
Pollux?In port.
Cedric?Out.
Thelma?Sailed Jan. 9.
Alvida?Out.
Comet?Oout
Solkol?Sailed Dec. 30.
Anita Phillips?Ar. Feb. 3.
Standard?Out.
Gjoa?Out.
Thekle?Sailed Jan. 21.
San Juan?Ar. Feb. 4.
I BIG SPECIAL SALEi
FOR A
FEW DAYS ONLY
Hats
$2.50 and $3.00 grades, your choice,
$1.50
Trousers
] for the boy; all sizes,
I 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
& Marx Clothes
for the Man Who Cares
Boys' Clothes
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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
<^8^S?,
/P^VuneruRLRSKR.
Shirts
Values from $1.50 up to $2.50, this sale
75c
Special Discount
on
NijilitSh irts and Pajamas I
Collars
Genuine linen: in all sizes, a dozen,
25c
Blouse Waists
< for the Boy at Cost.
Caps
Boys' heavy winter caps, your choice
25c
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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. jj
EVERY ARTICLE GUARANTEED AND IF FOUND DEFECT- "?
t IVE IN WORKMANSHIP, OR MATERIAL, WILL GLADLY I3E RE- "?
^ PLACED OR CREDITED. -
| WM. BRITT, DRUGGIST |
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| WHEN YOU NEED ;!
| Purniture, Mattresses, Stoves, Ranges::
I Cooking Utensils or Crockery ::
and vou want full value for your money go to !!
JOHN P. BENSON, the Furniture Dealer::
Cor. Third and Seward Streets, Juneau
Tons upon tons of new and up-to-date jjoods arrive at our store every week ? ?
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| HEADQUARTERS for PROSPECTORS AND MINING MEN::
ELECTRIC LIGHTED STEAM HEATED
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