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TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING SEE M. J. O'Connor A Perfect Fit or No Sale NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED M. J. O'CONNOR DOUGLAS I 1L-^- ? 1 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 }tl II I M II II I I H ? n I I U I H tI I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II II i Best Yet?Monarch Malleable Range | v No stove putty used in putting these stoves together. ;; Polished steel top?oven thermometer?patent draughts? ;; I Prices that compete with all other makes. Sold on guar- " I antee. X SOLE AGENT JULIUS JENSEN DOUGLAS J 1 III I I II M ? II 1 I I M I II HI I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I II I . ? * '?I..?*.! ? ; ' i i i r i r ? i t i i i i i i i i n i i 1 1 1 I I I I I I I 1 I I ^ I THE CITY BAR | T CARRIES the FINEST STOCK of LIQUORS in DOUGLAS - 1 PEB3LEF0RD OLD LINE RYE BEST KENTUCKY BOURBON ?? f DEL PUENTE. HENRY CLAY and Other Standard Cigars. " f: 11 i : i : ; --H-:-:-; : ; : i ; ; i i : i 11 11111 M I t M I-I I I I I I n I I n I 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 ii > i m > i ? ii m i m i ii i > i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i 1 ii i i i i i I. ?Si F. AFRICH I Dealers In 11 (iKNKUAI. MERCHANDISE ?' DOUGLAS ST. ANN'S AVENUE ALASKA || + n i? h u n i ii i h ii m i n h ii 11111 ii 1111111111 n ii i?11 The Hunter Amusement Palace FINE POCKET BILLIARD TABLES First Class Cigars, Tobaccos and Cigarets Phone?Douglas I) L. H. KEIST, Prop. ?? j HAND TOOLS j ? In Great Variety. Just Received. ? X See our new line of HAND, BREAST, and ? ; \ AUTOMATIC DRILLS, They Are Beauties ? ? ? w # I HOLLOW HANDLE TOOL SETS that have a real cut- X ? tin^r edge. Something new and good in QUICK ACTING X > BRACES. KLEIN'S PLIERS, the name is sufficient. ? } o IF IT'S HARDWARE, WE HAVE IT ALASKA SUPPLY CO., juneau \ ?? : MRS. A. GIBRALTAR has arrived from New York with an unsurpassed stock of Evening Gowns, House Garments Street Dresses Silks and Velvets, first class Underwear. Hair Goods, Millinery. Dress Waists, Silk Petticoats. Special prices. The Ladies of Ju neau are invited to inspect goods. SEWARD AND FRONT STS., OPP. BURFORDS a111 ii 11 n .................... j WHEN YOU NEED ;; ! Furniture, 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 ne? and up-to-date tJoods arrive at our store every week.<> j Mini n i m 1111111 ii 111111111111111111'' 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 II I 8 I I I I I I I II I I I I I i I I I I 11 ? : THE LATEST AMERICAN INVENTION jjj MAZDA LAMPS ; AND ALL OTHER KINDS OF !! ELECTRIC LIGHTING GOODS Can be obtained from the ' J : ALASKA ELECTRIC LIGHT & POWER CO. Third and Franklin Streets Juneau ? > ' 'ill Ill 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 It Sparks From Douglas DOUGLAS. Feb. 26.?Mrs. Mathis is on the sick list. Frank Tasher returned from the South on the steamer Alki. Dr. Sloan, of Juneau, was on the Islnnd yesterday. Bill Matson, of Sheep creek, was on the Island yesterday. M. J. O'Connor's store is being over hauled. the counters are being repaint ed and when the alterations are com pleted It will be greatly Improved. There will be a service at St. Luke's church tonight at eight o'clock. BORN?To Mr. and Mrs. Harry Woods, a .daughter, on February 25. Next Sunday afternoon the ladles of the St. Luke's Guild, will hold an Important business meeting at the home of Mrs. Frank Pearce. at 2:30 o'clock. L. H. Knox, a cousin of Herbert and Harold Manners, will open a tailor shop in the Humfrey store building. Charles R. Johnson, of the Survey force, will leave on the Princess May for the States. Ernest Sutton, of the Electric plant, badly burnt his face last night. Last night the machine shop team defeated the cyanide team in a bowl ing match. The store and machine shop teams are fighting for first place, although by the looks of the low scores made by the machine shop team late ly. the store team will have a walk away. Frank Robertson is helping his brother Joe In the dray business. Some new light shades are replac ing the old glass ones at the Club house. Firemen s meeung lonigm. R. H. Verch and wife left on the Alkl for Seattle. The cvanide football team chal lenges the Douglas team, which played last Sunday, to a game of soccer foot ball, to be played on the Douglass ball grounds next Sunday, weather permit ting. Luther Chambers returnee on the steamer Princess May from a visit to the cities of the Sound. C. R. Homer and wife have moved to the Stoft house, recently occupied by Leslie Foreman and wife who have moved to the Shafer house, formerly occupied by Claude Brown. There will be services in St. Luke's Episcopal church this evening at 8 p. in. Eeveryone is cordially welcome. Choir practice immediately after the service. L. V. Chambers of Chambers Bros, meat market, arrived home on the Princess May last night. Chambers Bros., Butchers?Choice cuts a specialty. ??? There's some nice new mouldings and frames at Swihart's. Come and see them. 1-16-t.f. WANTED?An experienced girl to do general work. Apply immediately at Corbett boarding house, Douglas, tf DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP NOTICE is hereby given, that the partnership heretofore existing be tween C. W. Terry, F. W. Florence and J. A. McCleary, as saloon and restau rant keepers, Front street, Douglas, is by mutual consent this day dissolved. C. W. Terry retiring. The business will be continued by F. W. Florence and J. A. McCleary, who assumes all the firms indebtedness, and to whom all accounts owing to the firm must be paid. (Dated)?Douglas, February 20, 1913. (Signed)?F. W. FLORENCE, J. W. McCLEARY, 2-24-6t. C. W. TERRY. BUYER FOR LARGE FUR DEALER IS HERE Louis Levy, who came to Sitka, Alas ka in 1868, an event that he does not remember very distinctly, is a recent arrival in Juneau from the South. Mr. ^ Levy who is the son of one of Juneau's pioneers and a pioneer of the town himself is not here very long at a time of late, being connected with an es tablishment that requires considerable travel of him. Mr. Levy is buyer for Joseph Ull- J man, of New York, the largest fur ' dealer in the United States and is now enroute to Yukon Territory and the interior of Alaska on business for the great fur house. He will leave for Whltehorse about May 15. A gasoline launch, expressly for his convenience, to be used on the Yukon and its tributaries, is now being built and will be shipped to Whltehorse , about the first of April. ASKING PATENT FOR MINING CLAIM 1 J. F. Malony has applied at the lc- ! cal land office for patent to the "Gold and Curry" lode raining claim situated . in the Juneau recording district. FOR RENT?Building in ' a first < class location for a restaurant on low- i ar Franklin street. Three-year lease, t Enquire Mrs. Cassidy. 2-26-3t. 1 DR. R. C. MATHIS DENTIST Opp. Postoffice, Over Rcxall Drug Store DOUGLAS, - - ALASKA I I I I I I II I I I I I I 1 I II I I I ? II I ? Personal Mention :: ? 11111111111 n i n 111111111 A1 Carlson returned on the Prin cess May from a short business visit in Seattle. H. Wilson was a passenger for Skagway on the Princess May. Fred Buck went through to Skag way on the Princess May. J. N. Carver was in from Salmon creek yesterday. Captain Lazier, of Tee Harbor, is in town. A. A. Squires was in town from Sal mon creek last night. Julius Johansen hud the misfortune to sprain his ankle last Friday and is laid up for a few days. A. E. Light, who is connected with the Alaska Road Commission with headquarters in Iditarod, arrived in Juneau on the Princess May last night. J. F. Malony will leave on the south bound Mariposa for an extended bus iness trip. Representative Charles E. Ingersoll, of Ketchikan, will come up on the Yukon arriving here next Monday. Representative W. T. Burns, of Fair banks, is coming up from Seattle on the Yukon. He is accompanied by Mrs. Burns. Senator Tanner, of Skagway, will probably come down from the Gate City on the Georgia tonight. Representative Boyle and Ingra bam will arrive from Valdez on the Mariposa. MARINE NOTES The Yukon snould arrive Friday night or Saturday morning from the South. The steamer Alki left for the South via Hoonah last night. She will sail from Seattle for Juneau Mar. 6. The Georgia will be in from Skag ft-ay tonight. The Princess May leaves for the South tomorrow. The sailing hour Is not yet fixed. The Mariposa will be in from the Westward tomorrow night or Frldya morning. The Northwestern leaves Seattle at 10 o'clock tonight and should be here Friday night. The JefTerson leaves Seattle Friday night and should arrive in Juneau by Monday. The Humboldt is scheduled to arrive n Juneau from Seattle on Tuesday. WANTED?An experienced laun iress to work on mangle. Wages 40c jer hour. For full particulars write o Whitehorse Steam Laundry, White lorse. Y. T. 2-24-3t. j SITKA SEEKING BETTER FACILITIES It is reported that the people have organized a company in Sitka and sub scribed enough money to build a high class gas launch to be used as a ferry boat between Sitka and Petersburg. The infrequency of boats to the an cient capital of Alaska has prompted the citizens to devise means of over coming the present handicap. I The growing fishing industry has | made the move almost a necessity. The distance to Petersburg is only 118 iniles and it is intended to have this boat make bi-weekly trips to the great fishing town of Petersburg which is on the path of all the steam ers plying on Southeastern Alaska. The new craft is to be 100 feet in length and will cost about $15,000. PASSENGERS ARRIVING ON THE PRINCESS MAY The Princess May arrived at 12 o' clock last night, bringing the follow lowing passengers for Juneau: Elwood Bruner, D. Jacovitch, C. H. Meyer, Mrs. McMullen, C. D. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Milo Kelly, E. O. Goe bel, J. G. McGraw, A. Carlin, J. Kaatz, S. Smith, Geo. Harford, Edna Alex ander, It. Golovich, M. Vigane, H. V. Kauffman, Thos. McMullen, B. Cham bers, A. E. Light, and B. Samls. WILL PAY $1.00 each for five live I and uninjured crows delivered to C. j K. Forner. Tripp's Bungalow, Main 1 street. 2-24-6t. MOVEMENT OF VESSELS Sailed Princess May South Feb. 13 Northwestern South Feb.20 Curacao South Feb. 21 Mariposa West Feb. 21 Bertha South Feb. 11 Yukon South Feb. 17 Arrived Curacao from South Feb. 19 Humboldt from South Jan. 22 Mariposa from West Fob. 9 I Princess May ... from South Feb. 12 Yukon from West Feb. 17 Dirigo from South Feb. 21 Princess May ... from South Feb. 26 To Arrive Mariposa from South Feb. 28 Alki from South Feb. 25 Yukon from South Mar. 1 Humboldt from South Mar. 4 Ad. Sampson ... from South Mar. 9 JefTerson from South Mar. 4 Northwestern ... from South Mar. 3 To Sail Mariposa South Feb. 28 Princess May South Feb. 27 Yukon West Mar. 1 Humboldt South Mar. 6 Ad. Sampson West Mar. 9 Jefferson South Mar. 5 Northwestern West Mar. 3 GETTING GARSIDE J PROPERTY IN SHAPE I Lloyd Hill has employed a crew of men that are tearing down the old cottage on the Garside property at the corner of Seward and Third streets. The work is being done to get the property in condition for the erection j of a modern building, plans for which have not yet been definitely decided upon. NOTARIES PUBLIC Governor Clark has appointed Frank P. Haslund of Tacotna and Mrs. V. A. Zott, of Juneau, notaries public. FOR SALE?Fruit and cigar store, one of the best locutions in town. En quire XX, Empire oilice. 2-26-3t. THE FISHING FLEET. Kennebec?Ar. Feb. 14. Aloha?Ar. Jan. 29. Dor. H.?Ar. Feb. 18. Rolfe?Sailed Feb. 19. Pacfic?Out. Active.?Out. Olga?Ar. Feb. 16. Belle?Out. Highland Queen?Sailed Feb. 14. Louise?Out. Norman Sunde?Sailed Feb. 7. Volunteer.?Out. Valkyrie?Out. Vesta?Ar. Feb. 25. Waife?Ar. Feb. 25. White Star?In port. Lister?Arrived Feb. 14. Olympic?Sailed Dec. 10. ] Dick?At Sitka Dolphin?Out. ! Halley's?Out. | Alameda?Out. Annie?Ar. Feb. 14. Uranus?Out. Pollux?Ar. Feb. 25. Cedric?Out. Thelma?Ar. Feb. 18. \ Alvida?Out. ; Comet?Oout Anita Phillips?Ar. Feb9. 18. i Standard?Out. | Gjoa?Sailed Feb. 13. Thekle?Sailed Jan. 21. 1 San Juan?Sailed Feb. 6 J Bear?Sailed Feb. 7. Gupsy?Ar. Feb. 25. Castor?Ar. Feb. 25. ' ?I ADVERTISED LETTERS List of letters remaining unclaimed in the Postoffice at Juneau, Alaska, on Feb. 24, 1913. Parties calling for them should call for "Advertised Let ters," and give date of list. Blake, L. S. (card) Crasseweller, Miss Louise (2) Daily, R. E. (5) Ekerhard, R. Freiman, J. F. (card) Feiman, E. O. Field, Mrs. Archibald (card) Hedie, John Huson, Miss Rose Jackson, Andrew Jansen, Conrad (2) Johnson, Konrad Kristeffersen, Emil (cards) Madison. V. (2) Olsen, Charles Robinson, Vallace Stamme8, Ingvald Smith, D. W. Tapscott, Mr. and Mrs. H, C. Wills, H. W. (card) Wood worth, W. B. (2) E. L. HUNTER, P.M. Job Printing at The Empire Office. i "j *1 Juneau Construction Co. <? o Architects and Builders <> < > 1 * 0 Old Juneau Iron Works Bldg. ? Franklin Street o Opp. Laundry ? 'Phone 3-8-8 o ? f ?????????????????????????? 1 I'lWM'M I ; 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 : ORPHEUMl :: JUNEAU, ALASKA ? Advanced Vaudeville ;j : and Motion Pictures ! GENERAL FILMS jj ; Best by Test ;; j VAUDEVILLE jj ; Every Night ;; : m 11 m 111111 ill 111111 H Our Preparation of :: Prescriptions is such that it insures you "? of getting the absolutely !! right medicine, in exact ac- ;; cordance with the instruc tions of your physician. !! Only fresh drugs and ;; chemicals will be used and ?? our stock in this line is !! complete. ;; Wm.Britt, Druggist :: I I I 1 1 1 I I I 1 I 1 I I M"M"M"M"M 1 + Royal Worcester and Bon Ton Corsets Short, Medium and Long Lengths ^rnrrrrtanrxmagFsanarmaEiSSSrfJSSBB g^gggaLOMiyj'ITlM /j^oJuneru,Alaska. Pictorial Review Patterns . March Booklets Now Here I Household Necessities I PILLOW CASES 42 inches by 36 inches, at 30c 45 inches by 36 inches, at 30c 45 inches by 36 inches, at. 35c 42-inch Pillow Tubing - at 20c || SHEETINGS 36-inch Sheeting 8c, 9c, 12c, and 15c 42-inch Sheeting 20c 45-inch Sheeting 25c 9-4-inch Sheeting 35c 10-4-inch Sheeting 40c SHEETS 72 inches by 90 inche s,at $1.00 72 inches by 90 inches, at $1.15 81 inches by 90 inches, at $1.15 81 inches by 90 inches, at $1.25 45-in. Pillow Tubing - at 25c-30c TURKISH TOWELS 42-inch Unbleached, at 25c 45-inch Unbleached, at 80c 36-inch Bleached, at 15c 42-inch Bleached, at 25c 45-inch Bleached, at 40c | Down and Feather Tickings .... 25c, 30c, 35c, 40c I I CRASH UNBLEACHED 12Vac, 15c, and 17c BLEACHED 20c, 25c, 30c, and 35c GLASS CHECKS 15c, 20c, and 25c CURTAIN NET and SCRIM 25c, 30c, 35c, 45c, 50c, 65c, and 75c. CRETONNES and ART DENINES 12%c, 15c, 20c, 25c, and 30c.