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I OCCIDENTAL HOTEL AND ANNEX f
X Occidental Hotel Co., J. P. Olds, Mgr., European Plan
T Headquarters for Mining Men and Commercial Travelers
+ FRONT STREET Opposite Post Offlco Phone 1-1 !!
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Your Business-^ Have^IrS Reasons
INTEGRITY?fairness in nil dealings.
EFFICIENCY?the best of service.
QUALITY?Our goods are of highest standard.
PRICES?the lowest consistent with high quality goods.
EXPERIENCE?Our years of practical experience is your
guarantee that in our store your drug wants are cared for
in the most proficient manner.
BRITT'S PHARMACY
Receded Sin?er Sewing Machines
shipment of Boys' Sleds
Baby Cutters
Alfred Anderson Skis
Aluminum Roller Skates
the best of (Hardware, furniture
everything < 7
in (and Plumbing
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C W. YOUNG COMPANY j
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| FIRST TERRITORIAL BANK OF ALASKA
Douglas, Alaska
Every facility for banking. Foreign and domestic ex
i change. Commercial accounts solicited. Interest allowed
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
If You Want the Real Thing in
TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING
SEE
M. J. O'Connor
A Perfect Fit or No Sale
NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED
AT. J. O'CONNOR DOUGLAS
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I SMILE AWHILE. AND WHILE YOU SMILE.
ANOTHER SMILES. AND SOON THERE'S MILES
AND MILES OF SMILES;
AND LIFE'S WORTH WHILE, BECAUSE YOU SMILE.
Purchase that Watch or
Diamond from Us and
Smile a Mile
MFMHH A M' C "The Pioneer Jeweler of the Interior"
MlINL)|1AIVI o Established 1897
144 FRONT STREET .... JUNEAU, ALASKA
It pays to buy from a reliable house that carries the stock.
i; A. Benson ^ j |
Stand at WilU' Grocery Store ' ' '
) Phono* ?-?or ."W8-8 ) J .
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A. J. PALMER. M.D. .
Physician and Surgeon ji
Phone 18, Sans Souci Bldg. I]
Douglas - - - ? Alaska
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DR. H. VANCE"
Tho
OSTEOPATH::
Rooms 5 and 6 Malony Bldg. ..
Consultation and Examina- 1!
Free.
Graduate American School of 1!
Osteopathy, Klrksvllle, Mo. * j
Seven years' active practice.
Office hours, 9 to 12 m. 1 to 5
p. m., or by appointment. [\
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DOUGLAS COMING TO ROOT
FOR VAN DER WYER
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DOUGLAS. Jan. 15. ? Thore will
probably bo u good crowd to go from
Douglas tonight to witness the roller
skating race between Rohrnbaugh. of
Juneau and Van Der Wyer, of Doug
las. which will tako place at Jaxon's
rink, Juneau, tonight. Douglasltes will
jroot for Van.
STORE TEAM WINS
BOWLING TOURNAMENT
DOUGLAS, Jan. 16. ? The Tread
well store team, with a score of 10,898,
won the bowling tournament that has
been in progress at the Troadwoll
club for svereal weeks. The machine
shop team was second with a score
of 10,648. The scores were as fol
lows :
Store team, No. 3 10898
Machine shop. No. 4 10648
Cyanide plant. No. 6 10540
Mexican, No. 2 10537
Ready Bullion, No. 1 10333
j Treadwell, No. 5 9575
DOUGLAS. Jan. 15?There will be a
game of basketball at 8 o'clock tonight
nt the Treadwel! club, between the
Mexican and Cyanide teams.
Richard McCormlck has been indis
posed for the last few days.
! The funeral of Mrs. Rika Palbom was
held this afternoon from the Congre
gational church.
The Eagles met last night. A large
number of candidates were initiated.
The Caledonian club will hold an im
portant meeting tonight at their Crea
tion Society hall on St Ann's avenue.
Members are asked to be present.
There will be a band rehearsal to
night at the Treadwcll club.
J. S. Minkove will soon leave for
the States on a business trip.
The Odd Fellows met last night and
installed officers for the coming year.
OPPOSE ANTI-STREET
SPEAKING ORDINANCE
The Juneau local of the Socialist
party Tuesday evening took strong
ground against the enforcement of the
anti-street speaking ordinance* and
adopted the following address, which
The Empire has been requested to
publish:
"While the Socialist party has no
connection with the I. W. W., and has
had nothing to do with the battle for
free speech now being waged by that
organIzationTn the streets of Juneau,
it Is unwilling that the public should
be allowed to believe that it approves 1
the ill considered course of the Juneau i
city council, or that it could fail to I
sympathize with any honest endeavor
to protect a fundamental human right, |
to whomsoever it might be denied.
"The city council of Juneau, in do-1
nying a right exercised by Socrates In
the streets of Athens, and by Jesus
Christ in all the cities of the holy
land, and by other agitators in untold
numbers In every age, has emulated [
the courage and the sagacity of a year
ling bull who confidently attempts to
toss a locomotive from its track.
aU.. aa..naI1 a# Tunnnn la oonnt.
I lie tll> tuuuv.ll Ui DUiiruu to ovviu j
ingly indifferent to the fact that the
city of Seattle tried for two years to
suppress free speech in that city, and
was then so well convinced of the"hope
lessness of the task that when Judge
Humphries tried it again last summer,
he succeeded only in convincing a!
far reaching public that it was a hope
less failure. The Juneau city council
is seemingly indifferent to the fact
that the city council of Spokane, after
spending thousands of dollars in the at
tempt to abridge the freedom of speech
in that city, finally gave up in Ignom
inous defeat. The city council of Ju
neau perhaps does not know that ex
cept in such cases as that at Boston,
where Garrison was dragged through
the streets by a lawless mob, and at
San Diego, where potential murderers
lawlessly and tyranically drove law
abiding citizens from the town, have
city councils succeeded in accomplish
ing the desire with which the Juneau
city council is imbued, and it may not
have been realized by the Juneau city
council that the outrages committed at
San Diego cannot be repeated here,
for the reason that the National ad
ministration would be forced to bear
the odium.
J'The course of the Juneau city
council is the more remarkable be
cause it has been without adequate
cause. There Jwas, when the city
council placed this chip on the munici
pal shoulder, no probability of any
considerable organization of the I.
W. W? and it is not probable now,
except for the attitude maintained by
the city council toward them at this
time. The fact that an occassional
blanket stiff with an I. \V. W. button
on his coat has been seen within the
city limits ofTers no sufficient reason
for such overwhelming terror even on
the part of the employers of labor and
their representatives, as ought to have
been necessary to impel a city council
to deny a human right universally rec
ognized since the dawn#of civilization.
"The action of the local authorities
has, as a matter of fact, had the effect
of mousing a sympathy which other
wise might have been denied them.
The action of the city council practi
cally sqys in effect that the working
men of the community have not suffi
cient intelligence to determine wheth
er the ideas of the I. W. W. were good
or bad for them, and there 1b always
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YOU NEED GOOD EYES
IN MODERN BUSINESS- i
We make eyesight good; re
lieve strain, and stop headaches.
Improve your eyes and better
your health. You will do quick
er, more accurate work.
ROBERT SIMPSON.
Optometrist and Optician.
to be reckoned with a deep seated feel
ing in the hearts of the American work
ing class that any tnfringmcnt of the
right of free speech is a menace to
human rights. n
"While the Socialist party has no
connection with the I. W. W., nnd may
disagree with them In many particu
lars, tho Socialist party does appre
ciate the wisdom of the fathers of the
republic who foresaw the danger of
permitting the constituted authorities
to decide what doctrines wore safe,
and what doctrinces were dangerous
for the people to consider. The local I
Socialist organization has employed an
attorney, nnd will test the validity of
the ordinnnce In the courts.
"By order of Local Juneau,
"GRAFTON COLEMAN.
"Secretary."'
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CIVIL WAR FEATURE AT THE '
GRAND TONIGHT. '
"Blood Will Tell," an exciting and
educational two-reel Kaybce Civil War
feature; one of the largest battle j,
scenes in film. You will see where .
father and his son flght together. It |
is certainly a heart-touching photo i
Play. 1
We guarantee this big production. -
besides we have n good drama, "The ?
Power of Money," a strong Solax pro- (
duction, sure to please.
"Pecos Pete in Search of a Wife"?'
a Western comedy, full of wholesome <
mirth; come and enjoy a laugh.
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MARINE NOTFS I
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The Seward is due today with explo
sives for Gastlneau channel operations.
The Spokane, leaving Seattle Tues- '
day night, should arrive in Junau Sat- ((
urday. , e
The Admiral Sampson will snil from 5
Seattle tonight and should arrive here '
Sunday night.
The Jefferson, sailing, from Seattle s
tonight, will be due to arrive in Ju- I
neau Sunday night or Monday morn- 1
ing. I t
The Princess Sophia will be due to
arrive from the South next Tuesday
night, January 20.
The Al-Ki will be due to arrive from
Seattle January 21.
The Humboldt will sail from Seat- ?
tie about January 30.
The Georgia shoulc\ return from 1
Skagway tonight.
Everything.that will please a smok- '
er may be found at BURFORD'S. tf
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CLASSIFIED ADV.
WANTED?Girl tor general house
work; Airs, llenry Shattuck. 1-15-3L.
WANTED?Alan well acquainted in
Juneau to go into partnership In the
transfer business. Inquire F. Alcdaini
nt tile "Grotto."' 1-12-Ct.
WANTED?First class baker. Ap
ply Labor Department, Alaska-Gastiu
i au Co. 114-tf
WANTED?200 watches to repair,
by competent watch-maker. All work
guaranteed. I. J. Sharick, Jcwler and
Optician.
KOlt KENT ? Large, comfortable
front room, close in. Hot and cold
running water. 2US Gold street, phono
3'J9. 1-10-t.f.
FOR KENT?Furnished room with
bath, phone 2203. 1-12-tf.
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FOK RENT?Furnished room, with i
hoard If desired. Phone 3S03. 15-tf
FOK KENT?Furished rooms and;
lpartments, either single or ensuite
for housekeeping. Apply at olllcc, No.
I, llogan's Flats. Phone 2-0-9. 11-11-tf
FOK SALE ? Kcstaurant, butcher
ihop and bakery doing a good business,
no opposition. Good reasons for hav
ing to sell. Apply to John W. Blase,
renakce Hot Springs. 1-12-Gt.
FOK SALE?One of the best payiug j
restaurants on Gastineau channel, j
Bargain. Enquire Empire Ofllce.?S.
12-11-tf.
FURNISHED HOUSE ? For rent, j
jack of St. George House, phone -78.
?1-13-tf.
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FRESH SEALSHIPT oysters at
loldsteln's. 10-9-tf.
when in doubt call at the Pioneer
Safe for a Good Meal. 12-20-tf. j
n the Commissioner's (Exofficlo Pro
bate) Court for the District of
Alaska, Division No. 1, Ju
neau Precinct.
n the Matter of thfe Estate of John S.
Seatter, Deceased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
he final account of the Administrator
)f the estate of John S. Seatter. de
based, has been rendered to the above
mtitlod court for settlement, and that
Saturday the 14th day of March, 1914,
it ten o'clock a. m., has been duly ap
tolnted by said court for the settle
nent thereof, at which time any per
lon interested in said estate may ap
>ear and file his exception, if any he
ias to the same.
Witness my hand and official seal
his 10th day of January, 1914.
(Seal) JOHN B. MARSHALL,
U. S. Commissioner and Ex
officio Probate Judge.
First publication, January 12, 1914.
Last Publication, March 13, 1914.
H A. H. HUMPHERIES T
GENERAL TRANSFER
Heavy Hauling a Specialty
Phones?Office 258, Barns 226
Office, Valentine Bldg.
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Grand LfldieS
Clearance Tailor-made
Sale, of all Suits, Coats
I Hrpccpc Cl/iVk
j One lot ofl/S WJLJj tjflil W
I-odd pieces Evening
Hat Price ^ ^ iSOWiiS ?d jj
on. y of Raincoats <*
| odd Sweaters ? ???-* ? 4 ?>
One-Third Ciar p?oe 1
NATURE'S BEST
are the only fruits anil vegetables
used in our canned goods and pre
serves. Pickled where grown and.
fully ripened, they are at once put into
cans nnd jars with all their goodness
retained. Try them if you want .some
thing extra good for the table. -
(GROCERY DEPT.)
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lUNERUP&RSKR.
I Watch your Diamonds Bring Them ToUs
If you want them reset
We can give you better service in Watch Work, Jewelry Work,
and Engraving, as we are competent workmen.
f^T/u NELSON & OSBORNE |
It Pays to be
Well Dressed
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.
I Keep Your CROSSET SHOES
Feet Dry Every pair Warranted. ^SS.Exc,uaiv*
Tor IJI Tn Illen & Hebert
JL J! JlXLi ii CCJ'JLS Seward Blk. Front Street
,
W. A. Fkrouson M. H. Kirkpatrick
The Buffet
Hotel. Cain
"nothing but the best"
side entrance
next to elks hall
I
Ben's bean counter counts 1000 beans
a lick; 25c. Come and see It work.
Furnished rooms for rent Inquire
634 E. 6th st 12-4-tf.
Latest novelties in
Tobacco Jars
and Pipe Racks
at BURFORD'S
Well ventilated rooms and board at
the St. George House, formerly the
Simpson hospital. 10-3-tf
Desk calendar pads for 1914, at Nel
son's stationery store. . 12-13-tf

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