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EXCELLENT PROGRAM
AT LYRIC THEATRE!
DOUGLAS, JanT<2?The following
is the program at the Lyric theatre
tonight: "The Mule Kanck Mystery,"
a Western drama by the Comet peo
ple. "Gaumont Weekly," some of the
latest interesting events of the world, j
"Reformation of Sierra Smith," an j
American film produced in the WesL
and the reforming of a highwayman.
"Only a Miller's Daughter," Is a good
comedy, by the Thanhouser. Change,
tomorrow night.
SCHOOL TEAcTlEasTARE
OUT HUNTING DUCKS
DOUGLAS, Jan. 2?Professors Bell
and Green, of Juneau, and Eltch, of
Douglas, are on their way up to the
Bar after ducks. If ducks are seen
flying over the Gastineau cities In
frensled flight the cause of the re
treat will be known.
Stationery
A complete line of the famous
REX ALL STATIONERY
at surprisingly low pricesy at
Britt's Pharmacy
: Guaran t eed
\ Nine year old
| Whiskey
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Oldest Whiskey for \ \
sale in the United j;
States at the
BUFFET
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HOTEL CAIN j|
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jc W. YOUNG COMPANY!
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^Aluminum Roller Skates;
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FIRST TERRITORIAL BANK OF ALASKA
Douglas, Alaska
Every facility for banking. Foreign and domestic ex
change. Commercial accounts solicited. Interest allowed
on time deposits.
M. J. O'CONNOR, Pres. - - - A. E. GURR, Cashier
Six Beautiful Prizes
given away Christmas Eve. Special favor with each $1.00
purchase. Biggest display of Christmas goods on Doug
las Island.
PAUL BLOEDHORN
JEWELER, Douglas, Alaska.
FURNITURE SEES,*
P. H FOX'S - - Douglas, Alaska
If You Want the Real Thing in
TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING
SEE
M. J. O'Connor
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IA Perfect Fit or No Sale
NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED
M. J. O'CONNOR DOUGLAS
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TREADWELL DANCE
WAS HUGE SUCCESS
DOUGLAS, Jan. 2?A great number
of dancers watched the old year out
and the new year in at the Trea&well
Club dance on Wednesday evening. A
most enjoyable affair was held, one
long to be remembered on Douglas
Island. Although there were few dec
orations of any sort, the hall.present
ed a brilliant spectacle. Confetti was
thrown around till the dancers arms
were tired. Special music was ren
jdered by the famous Lyric orchestra.
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DOUGLAS BRIEF8
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DOUGLAS. Jan. 2?The Caledonian
Club held Its New Year's eve dance
on Wednesday. It was enjoyed by a
good crowd.
The Sons of Norway will hold their
regular meeting tonight at the I. O. O.
F. Hall. AH members aro requested
to be present.
The Infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
Ray Richardson died yesterday morn
ing,. and was buried yesterday after
noon.
Catharine, the little daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank McDonald, Is
seriously 111.
Miss Nora Museth Is on the sick
list. Miss Ruby Johnson is working
at tho Lyric Theatre during her ill
ness.
Mrs. William Freoburn, the mother
of Miss Louise Freebum, who Is ser
iously 111, is on the Alameda bound for
Douglas.
The members of tho Douglas basket
ball team were over at Jaxon's rink
this morning practicing for their sei^
Ics of games with Juneau, which will
start next Tuesday evening In the
Juneau rink.
The Eagles met Wednesday evening
at the A. L. U. hall.
Tho Delhi discharged oil at the City
Dock Wednesday.
Dr. De Piperno R. Hector left on
the last Jefferson for a two weeks' so
journ in tho States. When he returns,
plans will be made for the hospital
to be built for him, on Douglas Is
land.
A heavy mall Is expected for the
Island on the Alameda.
The palm garden was opened yes- <
terday by the proprietor of the North
ern bar.
Miss L. Freebum Is much Improved '
today.
Mr. Fragile, who has been confined
to St. Ann's hospital, is on the- streets '
again.
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MEMBERSHIP CAMPAIGN.
DOUGLAS, Dec.?Douglas Aorle No. 1
117. Fraternal Order of Eagles, has '
received a special dispensation from
the Grand Aerie allowing them for a
limited time to take in new members 1
at $7.50. Large classes are constantly "
going into this great fraternal and ben
eficial order.
For further particulars talk to any 1
Eagle. 12-4-lm. '
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WOOD FOR SALE?Cut any length
and delivered, Colville Galwas, Doug- '
las. 12-29- tf 1
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PERSONAL MENTION j
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Mr. and Mrs. Chamberlain, of Sheep ;
creek, were In the city for New Year's
and registered at the Motel Cain. (
Mrs. Virginia Butler and Mr. and ?
Mrs. B. B. Gillman, of Sheep creek,
were guests at the Hotel Cain yes
terday.
Chas. J. Fagan, of Salmon creek,
was a visitor in the city yesterday and
stopped at the Hotel Cain.
Dr. Fraser, of Portland, Ore., who
has been staying at the Hotel Cain,
likes Juneau so well that he may send
tor bis family and locate permanently. ,
Wlllian Fairman and A. Christen
sen, of Seward, hare rooms at the Ho
tel Cain.
H. G. Gobelman, of 8readwell, reg
istered at the Hotel Cain yesterday.
Fred Burke and S. G. Hog&n, of
Salem, are registered at the Hotel
Cain.
Fred Randall, shift boss of the Per
severance, was a guest at the Occi
dental hotel yesterday.
Rupert Scrivner, of the Persever
ance mine, passed New Year in the
city, and registered at the Occidental
Hotel.
L. L. Harding, who Is staying at the
Occidental Hotel, will bo a passenger
for the South on the next boat leav
ing Juneau.
SMILE AWHILE, AND WHILE YOU SMILE, ANOTHER SMILES, AND THERE'S MILES AND MILES
OF SMILES: AND LIFE'S WORTH WHILE BECAUSE YOU SMILE.
WATCHES^ DIAMONDS JEWELRY
Expert Watch Repairing Manufacturing Jeweler
Give us a call Get our Prices and
SMILE A MILE
A The Pioneer Jeweler of the Interior
1-X-LA.ltJ. VJ EaUbliahed 1897 144 FRONT STREET
Watch this space
for Future
Announcements
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4FESH NEW-LAID EGGS FOR
BREAKFAST EVERY
MORNING"
are almost possible if you get
your supply at Goldstein's. "Back
number hen fruit" has no place
here. Freshness characterizes
our dairy products, too?butter, '
cheese and the like. We sell
such quantities nothing has a
chance to get stale. i
SCYTHING FOR EVERYBOPj^ /
??aVOuool /
H. M. Sellander, a guest at the Oc
cidental Hotel, has accepted a position
with the light and power company.
-W. D. Carlson, of Taku Harbor, Is
i guest at the Aalsknn Hotel.
Dr. John Meyer arrived from eKt
cbikan today to attend court.
J. J. Daly, of i the Frye-Bruhu Co.,
irrlvcd today from Ketchikan on bus
iness. ?/.
Thos. Branson,* ireprcsentlng Moore
Watson & Co., got off the Alameda at
Ketchikan and will arrive in Juneau
Ian. 15th.
Major S. A. Huntington, B. S. Sar
gent, B. L. Wilson, well known min
ing men, are-pasBengers on the steam
er Alameda, bound for the Chisana
gold fields.
Louis P. Shackleford, accompanied
cy Mrs. Shackleford aud family, ar
?lved today from n three months' vls
t outside. , .
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MARINE N0TE8
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The steamer Spokane, operated by
:he Pacific Coast Steamship Co., will
leave Seattle for Juneau tonight. 1
The steamer Alameda, operated by
the Alaska Steamship Company, ar- <
rived this afternoon and will sail to- <
night for points to the Westward.
The steamer Georgia, Willis E. Now
ell agent, will leave Juneau for Skag
way 2 a. m. on the morning of Jan.
4th. t
The Princess May, J. T. Splckett ,
agent, is due to reach Juneau Jan (
6th. \
The Alameda brought 95 tons of
freight for Juneau a 52 tons of gener
al merchandise for Sheep creek. Thero
are several passengers for the Nel
china and the Chlsana gold fields. (
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COURT NOTES. (
C. W. Larson was fined $10 this ]
morning by Magistrate K. W. Pettit j
for using obscene language on the ]
streets. ,
Frank Hubbard, a native of Doug- t
las, was given a suspended sentence
of 20 days on the charge of begging
money. He claimed he had come to ?
Juneau with money; that he was gtv- I
en money by a white man, and woke I
jp without any money and hungry.
Al. Carlson paid a fine of $50 and
josts after pleading guilty to the
charged of defacing a building.
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ALAMEDA CARRIES BROOM.
Tho steamer Alameda, operated by
;he Alaska Steamship Company, ar
?ived at 2:30, sixty-four hours from
Seattle carrying the broom at her
nasthead for 'a. record trip.
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ALAMEDA'S PASSENGER LIST.
Passengers arriving on the Alameda
oday for Juneau are as follows: Lafe
Spray, Miss B. Irving, A. C. DeLacrolx,
J. F. Hill, H. S. Warth.cn, Ella Mai-;
ory, L. E, Uucll, Chas. Roth, Mrs. B.[
Murray, Mrs. J. Clifton, C. Clark, L.j
Norria, A. R Harris, F C. Jumkin,
J. D. Florence, A. M&rklsli, T. Thorn
is, M. Dakovlch, Bert Clark, W. Fergu
ion, L. P. Shackleford and family.
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Empire want ads get results.
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ST. QEORQE HOUSE OPEN.
The St. George House Is now open
and ready for business.
Everything new. Good light and
well ventilated rooms. Baths, electric
lights and bells. Good board.
Reasonable rates by,the day, week
or month. 10-1-tf
J. C. HOULIHAN, Prop.
Ben's bean cour.fer counts 1000 beans
a lick; 25c. Come and see It work.
Everything that will please a smok
er may bo found at BURFORD'S. tf
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G. K. GILBERT
STEAM, HOT WATER and HOT
Air Heating. Plumbing, Venti
lating and Sheet Metal Work*.
Shop, Franklin St Phone 353. j
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* A. J. PALMER, M.O. :
Physician and ?8urgeon
Phone 18, 8ans Soucl Uldg.
Douglas ? - - ? Alaska ?<
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Clothing
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OCCIDENTAL HOTEL AND ANNEX :
I Occidental Hotel Co., J. P. Olds, Mgr., European Plan
[ Headquarters for Mining Men.and Commercial Travelers
* FRONT STREET Opposite Post Offlco Phone 1-1 !
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