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DOUGLAS READY FOR
BASKETBALL GAME |
DOUGLAS. Jan. 10.?Everything is
in readines and everybody keen of an
ticipation for the second of the series of
basketball games between the Juneau
and Douglas high school teams which
will take place tonight at the Douglas
roller rink.
Oliver, Markanen, I.iljestrand. Gal
was and Marks will play for Douglas.
The probable line-up for Juneau In
cludes Burgord, Kashaveroff. McKln
non, Casey and Herner. In addition
there will be substitutes. .
Helmi Aalto has promised some new
yells for the Douglas rooters that are
said to be corkers.
MINER IS HURT AT
THE BULLION MINE
DOUGLAS, Jan. 10.?Georgo Catoff.
a Russian, was severely Injured at tho
Bullion mine yesterday about noon. A
rock hit him. Ho was at once taken
to the St. Ann's hospital, where It was
found that he had an Injured arm, a
cut in his head, a crushed leg and had
lost a finger. It was a closo call, but
he is Improving, and Is much better
today. He will recover.
MEXICAN MINE BOSS INJURED.
DOUGLAS. Jan. 10.? Jos. Jones,
shift boss at the Mexican mine, sus
tained a fractured Jaw yesterday fore
noon when a rock hit him a glance
blow. Ho was taken to the Weyer
horst hospital for treatmont, and Is
doing nicoly.
EMIL FISHER TO OPEN A
CIGAR STORE IN DOUQLA8
DOUGLAS. Jan. 10.?Emll Fisher,
a well known Douglas citizen, who
formerly was in the barber business
here, will open a first class cigar Btoro
and pool room In the Day building on
Front street next to tho Phoenix bar
on the 15th of the present month. He
has extended an Invitation to tho pub
lic to Inspect the place. Mr. Fisher
Is popular on Douglas Island.
Stationery
A complete line of the famous
REX ALL STATIONERY
at surprisingly low prices, at
Britt's Pharmacy
_Jtbt . Singer Sewing Machines |
Received .
shipnHMt ?r | Boys Sleds I
Baby Cutters
Alfred Anderson Skis
Aluminum Roller Skates
the best of t Hardware, Furniture 9
everything <
in (and Plumbing I
C W. YOUNG COMPANY |
FIRST TERRITORIAL BANK OF ALASKA
Douglas, Alaska
Every facility for banking. Foreign and domestic ex
change. Commercial accounts solicited. Interest allowed
1 on time deposits.
M. J. O'CONNOR. Pres. - - - A. E. GURR, Cashier
The Holiday Rush is Over and we Have Time to Give to
WATCH and CLOCK and JEWELRY
REPAIRING
PAUL BLOEDHORN
JEWELER, Douglas, Alaska.
THE HOME OF THE HOWARD WATCH
FURNITURE LINOLEUM I
P. H FOX'S - - Douglas, Alaska
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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
M. J. O'CONNOR DOUGLAS
YOUR WATCH wo?K?en
YOUR JEWELRY rSe?kMEN
YOUR SPECIAL ORDER WORK
Given Prompt Attention
YOU'RE SAVING MONEY P RCHASING |
JEWELRY at
MFNHH AMN * ? *>'on?cr Jewe'er of Lhe lnterior
IVI L IV UII t\ If I J Established 1897?144 Front St.
It Pays to Buy from a Reliable House that Carries the Stock.
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DOUGLAS BRIEFS
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DOUGLAS, Jan. 10.?The Loyal Or
der of Moose will hold an Important
buatness meeting tonight at the I. O.
O. F. hall. All members should be
present.
The next basketbull game In the
tournament will bo played Monday
evening between Companies No. 3 and
No. 4.
The regular weekly show will be
held at the Treadwell club tonight.
There was an Important business
meeting of.the firemen at Treadwell
last night.
The Scandinavian club held a meet
ing last night
M. S. Hudson Is improving from his
attack of rheumatism.
Miss Hreeburn Is much Improved this
morning.
IN DOUGLAS CHURCHES
TOMORROW.
Congregational Church.
Sunday School at 10 a, m. Evening |
service at 7:30. Theme, "In the
Mountains with God," special music.
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Catholic Church.
Mass at 8 a. m. Evening services
at 7:45 p. m.
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St. Luke's Episcopal.
Services In St. Luke's Episcopal
10:30 a. m? with sermon by the Rev.
G. E. Renison, subject, "Our Heavnely
Father's Business." Everyone Is most
cordialy welcome. Sunday School at
10 n. m.
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MARINE NOTE8 |
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The Alameda was expected in Skag
way this afternoon and should arrive
here about 8 or 9 o'clock tonight.
The Georgia is expected to arrive
from Skagway and Lynn Canal points
at 5 o'clock tonight.
The Northwestern will sail from Se
attle tonight for Southwestern Alaska
points via Juneau, unless the Mari
posa is substituted.
The At-Ki returning from Sitka was
scheduled to sail for Seattle at 4 o'
clock this afternoon.
The Spokane should arrive from the
South about January 17.
The Admiral Sampson will sail from
Seattle January 15.
The Princess Sophia will sail from
Vancouver January 17.
The Humboldt will sail from Seattle
about January 30.
ORPHEUM ATTRACTIONS.
The Orpheum theatre tonight pre
sents a well balanced bill, consisting
of two good dramas and two first class
comedies.
"The Surgeon," is a fine romantic
drama by the Lubin company.
"A Cry for Help," a Biograph drama,
carrying plenty of excitement.
"Buck's Romance," is a dandy Sel
ig comedy of the West.
"Wiley's Investment," a story of her
realty deal, is a Patho comedy and a
good one.
Sunday Night
The Orpheum program for Sunday
night features "The Running Away of
Doris," one of the best and clasBlest
of the Edison short photo dramas. This
picture was selected as being especial
ly adapted and appropriate for a Sun
day evening's entertainment. The
story is true to life, the staging and
acting splendid. All ladles will ap
preciate this picture.
"Pathe Weekly" includes many good
features of interest, also "Mutt and
Jeff."
"A Rival of Caruso," a good Cines
comedy, of a would-be vocalist
"Metamorphosis," a beautiful set of
colored views of photographers' art
"Fixing a Flirt," a good comedy,
showing how a group of salesgirls
treated one of those pests, closes an
evening's fine entertainment
LEAVING ON THE AL-KI
The following have taken passage
on the Al-Ki leaving for Seattle to
day: R. J. F. Mill, Lee Morrell, Elmer
Park. Tom Dull, John Dull, William
Gordon and wife, Harry Harper, T.
Rock, J. Joyce, Mrs. A. S. Bailey, Dan
McPherson, C. A. White, C. Nlelson,
R. E. Davis, D. E. Brown, G. McCrae,
A. Rogers and wife, all for Seattle;
Mrs. C. Norberg for ePtersburg.
Even the cook eats at the Pioneer.
Opp. City Dock 12-20-tf.
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Graid J**
Clearance Tailor-made
Sale Of all Suits, Coats
Uw Dresses, Skirts
:: odd pieces Evening rAt4JMf,
- and Party UOWnS and
: or,uo,- - Raincoats ?t
:: odd Sweaters - ?. ? g ff
^ "*,w One-Third ?iar p.?
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MOTHER NEVER PUT UP
such preserves as ours. She did not
onjoy the choice of fruit. She didn't
have the .facilities the makers of our
preserves have. You can have nothing
better in your pantry than a stock of
these table dainties. Come and order
a supply. You'll find them handy many
and many, a time.
(GROCERY DEPT.)
/p^cJuneau,Alaska.
Watcluyour Diamonds Bring Them Tolls
If youVant them reset
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We can glvetyou better service In Watch Work, Jewelry Work,
and Engraving) as we are competent workmen.
NELSON & OSBORNE
OCCIDENTAL BARBER SHOP OPEN
MONDAY.
The Occidental barber Bhop will op
en Monday morning, January 12th. J.
W. Raber, proprietor. ???
LEAVING ON ALAMEDA.
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The Alameda Bailing South tonight
will take the following passengers
from Juneau: G. T. Jackson W. S.
Pullen, Mrs. W. D. Terrell, Mrs. C. C.
Finley, Miss Hazel Elklns, Patrick Mil
ler.
COURT HOUSE NOTES.
In the case of Nets Peterson ngalnst
the Alaska-Gastlneau Mining company,
the demurrer to complaint waB over
ruled and five days given to answer.
In the case of Ashley against Faulk
ner, wherein plaintiff applied for a
writ of mandamus to compel the mar
shal to servo an alias writ of eject
ment was denied and the alias writ
quashed.
Al. Carlson this morning plead guilty
to the charge of adultery in the com
missioner's court and was fined $100
which ho paid.
THE OPAL CLUB DANCES.
Contrary to a report that has been
circulated, the dance at the Gross hall
Thursday last was not given In oppo
sition to the danco at the ElkB' hall.
It was set for that date as It was un
derstood that the dance at the Elks'
hall was changed to Saturday.
The Opal Club gives nothing but
invltationl dances, and cannot Inter
fere with any other dances. And they
will be held on Saturday evenings un
til changed by 'the committee.
Yours truly,
The opal club.
NEW FERRY SCHEDULE
The ferry schedule will be changed
on Wednesday, Jan 14th. See the new
schedule published In Empire Monday.
Nicely furnished room to let, with
bath, two minutes from business dls
trlcL 123 Gold sL 12-18-tf.
f A. H. HUMPHERIES *
GENERAL TRANSFER
Heavy .Hauling a Specialty
i Phones?Office 258, Barns 226
Office, Valentine Bldg.
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?v MASONS. (
Stated Communication Mt. Juneau
Ix>dgo No. 147, F. & A. M., Monday,
January' 12, 1914, Odd Fellows' hall,
8:00 p. m., installation.
J. F. PUGH. Secy.
Mr. and Mrs. John Rustgard enter
tained at dinner Sunday evening, Mr.
Walsteln G. Smith, Gov. and Mrs. J.
F. A. Strong, and Mrs. J. B. Denny.
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CLASSIFIED ADV.
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WANTED?First class baker. Ap
ply Labor Department, Aloska-Gostin
eau Co. 11-4-tf
WANTED?200 watches to repair,
by competent watch-maker. All work
guaranteed. l.^J. Sharlck, Jcwler and
Optician.
FOR RENT?Housekeeping rooms,
hot and cold water; apply at Bailey'b
bakery. 12-29-tf
FOR RENT ? Large, comfortable
front room, close in. Hot and cold
ruhnlhg Water. 208 Gold street, phono
399. 1-10-Lf.
FOR RENT?Furished rooms and
npartments, either single or ensulte
for housekeeping. Apply at office, No.
1, Hogan'b Flats. Phono 2-0-9. 11-11-tf
FOR SALE?Between 40 and 60 cds.
4-ft. wood, thoroughly seasoned. A. H.
Humpheries, Valentine bldg. l-8-3t.
FOR SALE?One of the best paying
restaurants on Gastineau channel.
Bargain. Enquire Empire Office.?S.
12-11-tf.
LOST ? Pockctbook, containing
change and a rosary on Front street
or in skating rink. Liberal roward, re
turn to Empire office. 1-9-2L
Well ventilated rooms and board at
the St. Georgo House, formerly the
Simpson hospital. 10-3-tf
Desk calendar pads for 1914, at Nel
son's stationery store. 12-13-tf
FRESH SEALSHIPT oysters at
ColilHtplnfr. 10-9-tf.
?rfhen In doubt call at the Pioneer
Cafe for a Good Meal. 12-20-tf.
Parties desiring lady to caro for
their children Afternoons or evonlngs,
phone 2133. Best references. 1-6-6L ^
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DR. H. VANCE
The !! |
OSTEOPATH;;
Rooms 5 and 6 Malony Bldg. ..
? Consultation and Examina- !!
Free.
!! Graduato American 8chool of '!
Osteopathy, Klrksvllle, Mo. ??
Seven years'active practice.
Office hours, 9 to 12 m. 1 to 5
!! p. m., or by appointment )|
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SPECIAL EERRY
FOR DOUGLAS j
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For the accomodation of jurors
and witnesses living In Douglas
the ferry Teddy will make a spe
cial trip, leaving Juneau at 9 and
returning before 10 every morn
ing.
Latest Novelties in
Tobacco Jars and
Pipe Racks
at Burford's
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I A D Transfer
A. Denson & Express ;:
Stand at Wills' Grocery Stors ' '
Phone* 4-9 or 3-8-8 j !
ORDERS PROMPTLY EXECUTED . .
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A. J. PALMER, M.D.
Physician and Surgeon
Phone 18, 8ana Soucl Bldg.
Douglas - - - - Alaska
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How About Your Holiday Suit?
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Chesterfield
Clothing
THE LEADER IN THE UNITED STATES FOR A STYLISH,
HAND-TAILORED GARMENT?BEST MATERIAL,
TRIMMING AND FINISH?
$25.00
TO
$30.00
THE HOLIDAY SHIPMENT IS HERE, GIVING A COMPLETE AS
SORTMENT OF FASHIONABLE CLOTHING TO SELECT FROM.
Keep Your CROSSET SHOES j
Feet Dry Every pair Warranted. ^e^Exclu*lv*
TI4I7 141 TR Mullen & Hebert
1 OL n U D Seward Blk. Front Street
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OCCIDENTAL HOTEL AND ANNEX
Occidental Hotel Co., J. P. Olds, Mgr., European Plan
I Headquarters for Mining Men and Commercial Travelers
? FRONT STREET Opposite Post Office Phone 1-1 i
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