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If You Want the Real Thing in
I TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING
SEE
M. J. O'Connor
A Perfect Fit or No Sale
NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED
I M. J. O'CONNOR DOUGLAS
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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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J SOLE AGENT JULIUS JENSEN DOUGLAS J
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t CARRIES the FINEST STOCK of LIQUORS in DOUGLAS ?
I PEBBLEFORD OLD LINE RYE BEST KENTUCKY BOURBON f
T DEL PUENTE, HENRY CLAY and Other Standard Cigars. j
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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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GENERAL 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 HAND TOOLS I
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J In Great Variety, Just Received. ?!
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i AUTOMATIC DRILLS, They Are Beauties f
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X HOLLOW HANDLE TOOL SETS that have a real cut- *
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? BRACES. KLEIN'S PLIERS, the name is sufficient. ?
I IF ITS HARDWARE, WE HAVE IT ?
\ ALASKA SUPPLY CO JUNEAU f|
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MRS. A. GIBRALTAR
has arrived from New York with an unsurpassed stock of
Evening Gowns, House Garments
Street Dresses
Silk:- 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
?j WHEN YOU NEED ;;
::Furniture, Mattresses, Stoves, Ranges:!
Cooking Utensils or Crockery
;; and vou want full value for your money go to ;; j
::JOHN P. BENSON, the Furniture Dealer::
\ \ Cor. Third and Seward Streets, Juneau .. |
1! Tons upon tons of new and up-to-date goods arrive at our store every week..
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MAZDA LAMPS
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ELECTRIC LIGHTING GOODS
Can be obtained from the ' |
ALASKA ELECTRIC LIGHT & POWER CO.
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Sparks Prom
Douglas
DOUGLAS. Feb. 27.?Tonight ut
the skating rink will bp played a game
of basketball between the Douglas and
machine shop temus. The admission
is 25 cents, ladles free. It will start
at 8:30. The members of both teams
are in championship form, and a good
game is promised.
E. ESlinger and his force are push
ing to completion the needed improve
ments on the St. Ann's hospital. In
a few days a number of cheerful rooms
will be at the disposal of private pa
tients.
The quarantine which has been on
for the last few weeks was lifted to
day. Ladies and children are now al
lowed in the Club, library and show
at Tread well
This evening there will be a meet
ing of the members of the Alaska
Catholic Club at their rooms on St.
Ann's avenue.
There was a firemen's meeting at
the Club house last night, at which
important business was transacted;
also three reels of good pictures were
shown.
Arthur Garn has resigned his posi
tion at the Tavern Cafe.
L. D. Carpenter left for Sitka
Springs on the steamer Georgia.
There will be a bowling match to
morrow night between the Mexican
and the store teams.
The steamer Princess May will leave
Skagwav at six o'clock tonight and
will arrive in Douglas some time early
; tomorrow morning.
The Scotch dance tomorrow night
at the A. L. U. hall.
The local order of Knights of
Pythias meet tonight.
Mrs. Brie was a Juneau visitor yes
terday.
Mrs. O'Connor and Miss Itegene Mil
ler were Juneau visitors yesterday.
Odin Hewitt was a Juneau visitor
yesterday.
Next Monday night, March 3, there
will be a meeting of the Douglas island
baseball fans at the Treadwell fire
hall, at 7:30 o'clock, when baseball
matters for the coming season will be
discussed.
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, P. 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-Gt. C. W. TERRY,
INTEREST BEING TAKEN
IN A. B. CONVENTION
There is considerable interest mani
fested in the coming Arctic Brother
hood convention to be held in Doug
las on March 12. Dr. Goddard. of Sit
ka is expected on the next trip of the
Georgia. He and C. C. Georgeson
represent Camp Sitka in the move
ment. Rep. N. J. Svindseth represents
Wrangell and Senator Tanner repre
sents the mother camp from Skagway.
Practically every camp in the order
will have representation.
CHARGES FILED IN
MORE BERING RIVER CASES
Registrar Walker, of the local land
office, today mailed notices to C. A.
Alisky, Anna M. Chilberg, A. B. Cross
man, P. L. Runkel, and H. J. Morri
son to the effect that the commis
sioner of the general land office had
fiiled charges against their applica
tions for patents to two certain groups
of coal claims all in the Bering river
coal fields involving 800 acres.
The charges recite that the loca
tions were not made In good faith but
in collusion and in accordance with
an unlawful agreement with the fol
lowing persons: Harry White, J. R.
Young, M. A. Green J. W. Ivey. W. A.
Abernathy, N. Posten, W. V. Rine
hart, E. B. McFarland, A. B. Cross
man, A. A. Lindsley, A. F. Runnels,
and D. 7\. White.
WANTED?Married couple to take
charge of hotel dining room. Fine op
portunity for right parties. Address
J. T. J.. Empire office. 2-25-t.f.
WILL PAY $1.00 each for Ave live
and uninjured crows delivered to C.
K. Forner. Tripp's Bungalow, Main
Btreet 2-24-6t.
Job Printing at The Empire Office <
DR. R. C. MATHIS
DENTIST
Opp. I'ostoffiee, Over Rexall
Drug Store
DOUGLAS, ? ? ALASKA
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F. E. Parsons, the well known com-J
mercial man, arrived from Skagway j
last night and left for Sitka on the;
Georgia tins morning.
Special Agent L. L. Harding re- {
turned from Haines on the Georgia
last night
Senator Tripp returned from Ber-'
ner's bay on last night's Georgia.
L. B. Adsit, the well known com
mercial man traveling out of Juneau.1
returned from Lynn Canal towns on
the Georgia last night.
Senator Tanner, of Skagway, is in
town, having come down to the Capi
tal City from the Gate City on the
Georgia last night.
Judge Gunnison last night returned
from Haines where he had been at
tending to legal business.
P. J. Early the well known mining
man, came down from Yankee Cove
on the Georgia last night.
0. E. Coward, of the General Elec
tric Company last night returned from |
a visit to Jualin.
Sidney Smith, consulting engineer
of the Algunican Development Com
pany, that is operating the Jualin
mines arrived in Juneau last night.
L. C. Cherry, cashier of the Alguni
can Development Company, arrived in
Juneau on the Georgia.
Superintendent H. J. Jackson, of
Perseverance mine is in town.
Judge Thos R. Lyons and Mrs. Ly
ons will arrive from Valdez on the
Mariposa, as will also Judge J. Y.
08trander.
Judge Overfleld will leave on the
Northwestern for Valdez, where he
will resume his judicial duties in the
Third Division.
SOCIAL FRIDAY
The Women's Social Union meets
with Mrs. Morgan Friday afternoon
from two to five o'clock. Everyone is
invited to come and bring their dime.
Luncheon will be served.
Finest line of Calabash pipes in
Alaska at BURFORD'S
FOR SALE?Choice residence lot,
Shattuck Addition. Enquire Empire
office. 2-27-t.f.
FOR SALE?Chicken and hog ranch.
Owner has to leave. Inquire Empire
office. 2-27-6t.
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FOR SALE?Fruit and cigar store, 1
one of the best locations in town. En- 1
quire XX, Empire office. 2-26-3L ]
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The Princess May will leave Skag-1
way tonight after the Whitehorse train
gets in and should arrive here at 3 o'-!
clock tomorrow morning. She will
land at P. C. dock.
The Curacao sails from Seattle
northbound tomorrow night.
The Mariposa, according to advices
received here, is due to arrive from
the Westward tomorrow night at 7
o'clock. !
The Jefferson sails from Seattle to
morrow night and should arrive in
Juneau Monday night.
The Yukon is due to arrive in Ju
neau from the South tomorrow night.
The Northwestern has not left Se- t
attle, and will not leave until Satur- f
day night. I
The steamer Georgia left for Sitka .
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this morning. ! ^
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MOVEMENT OF VESSELS 1 ?
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Sailed t
Princess May South Feb. 27
Northwestern South Feb.20
Curasao South Feb. 21
Mariposa West Feb. 21
Bertha South Feb. 11
Yukon South Feb. 17
Arrived (
Curacao from South Feb. 19 a
Humboldt from South Jan. 22 t
Mariposa from West Feb. 9
Princess May ... from South Feb. 25
Yukon from West Feb. 17
Dirigo from South Feb. 21
Princess May ... from South Feb. 26
To Arrive
Mariposa from West Feb. 28
Alki from South Feb. 25
Yukon . from South Mar. 1
Humboldt from South Mar. 4
Ad. Sampson ... from South Mar. 9
Jefferson 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
GEORGE F. MILLER
TO BUILD HOUSES
George F. Miller, who went below
a few weeks ago to arrange about
buiding materials returned on the
Princess May this week.
Mr. Miller contemplates Improving
some of his vacant city property by
erecting some modern cottages. At
first probably two dwellings will be
built on some property adjoining R.
P. Nelson and G. F. ForreBt. Mr. Mil
ler also owns some vacant property
back of St. Ann's hospital which will
be improved as fast as conditions will
permit of it being done.
J. R. SCOTT HAS
A SERIOUS FALL
While directing the crew of men
hat are engaged in reinforcing the
oundations of the Alaska Laundry
>uilding, J. It. Scott, the contractor,
resterday accidentally fell to the
>each below, a distance of ten feet,
lustaining a fracture of 3 ribs, and
lerious bruises.
?Mr. Scott was immediately taken to
lis home and his injuries attended to
>y Dr. Sloane.
LENTEN SERVICE
There will be the usual Thursday
-eaten service held in Trinity Episco
>al church this evening at 7:30 p. m.
Ihoir rehearsal at 8 p. m., all members
ire requested to be present, in order
o rehearse the Easter music.
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.
Hal ley's?Out.
Alameda?Out.
Annie?Ar. Feb. 14.
Uranus?Out.
Pollux?Ar. Feb. 25.
Cedrlc?Out.
Thelma?Ar. Feb. 18.
Alvlda?Out.
Comet?Oout
Anita Phillips?Ar. Feb9. 18.
Standard?Out.
Gjoa?Sailed Feb. 13.
Thekle?Sailed Jan. 21.
San Juan?Sailed Feb. C
Bear?Sailed Feb. 7.
Gupsy?Ar. Feb. 25.
Castor?Ar. Feb. 25.
HOME-GROWN RUTABAGAS
The Daily Empire acknowledges the
receipt of a fine bunch of rutabagas
grown on the ranch of C. J. Skuse. at
; Mendenhall. The vegetables are ex
cellent in quality and flavor. Mr.
Skuse is an agricultural booster of
' merit, and he is an enthusiastic be
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liever in the farming posHibilitieB of t
Alaska. I
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WHO KNOWS H. SMITH?
Mrs. M. E. Bergman, of the Circle
! City hotel, has received a letter from
Mrs. Annie Smith, No. 3 Sherridan St.,
St. George, S. E. London, in which
Mrs. Smith makes inquiries about her
son Harry Smith, from whom she last
heard in 1910, when he was stopping
at the Circle City hotel. Anyone know
ing anything of Smith will kindly com
municate with Mrs. Bergman, or The
Empire office.
NEWS NOTES
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The Ladles' Aid will meet tomorrow
afternoon at 2:30 at the home of Mrs.
Stowell.
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JUNEAU, ALASKA T
;; Advanced Vaudeville;;
and Motion Pictures ;;
?j general films;!
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;; vaudeville ;;
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I Royal Worcester
and
Bon Ton Corsets
Short, Medium and Long
Lengths
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Pictorial Review
Patterns
March Booklets Now Here
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Household Necessities
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 ||
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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 30c
36-inch Bleached, at 15c
42-inch Bleached, at 25c
45-inch Bleached, at 40c
I Down and Feather Tickings .... 25c, 30c, 35c, 40c I
I CRASH
|| UNBLEACHED 12*4c, 15c, and 17c
I BLEACHED 20c, 25c, 30c, and 35c
GLASS CHECKS 15c, 20c, and 25c
CURTAIN NET and SCRIM I
25c, 30c, 35c, 45c, 50c, 65c, and 75c.
CRETONNES and ART DENINES
12Vfec, 15c, 20c, 25c, and 30c.
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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 1!
complete. ;;
Wm.Britt, Druggist ::
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