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V ALASKA DAILY EMPIRE *
* Douglas Branch v
* M. A. SNOW, Manager *
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DOUGLAS. Doc. 16. ?The Alaska
Catholic Club Social last night was a
?cry enjoyable affair. Cards and mu
sic wore the source of entertainment
for tho evening. Miss Mary Martini
was awarded tho ladles prize at cards
while Mr. John Kukas received the
gentleman's prize. Tho consolation
prize was given to Ed. Atkinson,
Mrs. Joe Roldl returned from Gor;
many on the Jefferson this morning.
Tho new salt wator tank on the hill
Is being emptied and refilled. The
reason for omptylng is that recently
a quantity of fresh water was left In
the tank and it froze during tho lato
cold spell
TREADWELL. Dec. 16.?At a meet
ing held in the Club last night It was
decided to givo a minstrel show for
tho benefit of the football fund about
January 20th. Leslie Foreman was >
elected business manager; Tom Mac-i
Donald Is to have charge of an athlet-;
Ic exhibition to be given In connection'
with the show; Frank Murphy ha
charge or the end mon; Paul Kegi
will attend to tho orchestra; Harr
Brown will produce a one-act farco an
Monte Snow will train tho chorus.
The Shop's basketball team hcl
Its first practice tor the season la
evening in tho gymnasium.
Tom Cormody is down from >?ugg<
Creek and will leave for the Sout
on oue<-of tho first boats.v
The Jefferson landed at Treadwe'
this morning with a load of Chris
mas mail.
The Ready Bullion learn defeatc
the .Mexican team at bowling on Moi
day night Tho score was 2363 t
2162.
Today is pay day at Trcadwoli an
about $150,000 Is being, disburse
among its employes.
Last night's bowling game rcsultc
in a defeat for the Treadwoll teai
at the hands of tho store team. Th
Store made 2220 while Trcadwoli'
score was only 1965.
Most attractive and newest line c
useful Holiday gifts? Butlor-Mauro .
Co., 96 Front St. 12-15-tf.
Wo arc at your servlco day an
niRht, Butlor-Mauro & Co., 96 Fror
St 12-15-1
I
While the Earopean Nations are at War
and are asfang for three weeks trace
we. tho cltizons of the greatest country on earth, are preparing
for a week of merriment and happiness, and to mako our friends
and neighbors happy: why not extend the happiness Into weeks,
and the weeks into months, and let the entire people extend It
into years?
I haTo prepared an easy way for you all?Secure your holi
day gifts at one of the three great stores conducted by Elmer E.
Smith. Douglas and Juneau. Alaska, where you can get things to
please you. if it's a drug, musical Instrument, or a holiday gift, I
have It. Shop when you aro ready. I have the stock to select from.
ELMER E. SMITH
DOUGLAS --- 3 STORES - - - ALASKA
HOLIDAY GIFTS
A Few. Things We Carry
I Parisian Ivory.? From 35c
J27.50.
Doll#?From 40c to $3.00.
Electric Chafing Dishes.
Electric Percolators.
Waterman's Ideal Fountain pens
?From $3.50' to $15.00.
Conklin's Non-Leakable Foun
tain pens.?From $1.50 to $10.
Moore's Fountain Pens.
Ladies' Hand Bags.?From $2.50
to $10.
Gentlemen's Letter Cases and
pocketbooks.?From 50c to
$7.00.
Pearl Toilet and Manucuring
..Sets.?From $3.50 to $12^0.
Silver Toilet and Manucuring
Sets and separate articles.
Genuine Forbes.?From $1.50
to $40.00.
Hand Painted China Pieces.?
From 35c to $2.50 each.
Meerschaum and Amber Pipes.
Cigar and cigarette holders.?
From $1.50 to $17.50.
Japanese Willow Baskets.?All
good values at j from 50c to
$3.50".
Brass Novelties?For "smokers"
?From 40c to $3.00.
Brass Vase3 and Jardenters.?
From S5c to $6.00.
CANDIES?"Only the Best."
Augustine & Kyers, of Seattle.
Bonte's,?of Chicago.
Sweets.?of i.alt Lake.
Johnston's?of Milwaukee.
imperial.?of Seattle
Lowneys.
?From 50c to $13.00.
I ** Stationary for "People of Individuality"
I THE JUNEAU DRUG CO.
lOT FRONT STREET
a Opposite Alaskan Hotel, at prices that arc within the reach of
everyone. It is a pleasure to show goods, such as ours, whether
you buy or not. We are always at your service.
(Douglas Opera House Hotel
A Gentlemen's Resort
FREE MOVING PICTURES SUNDAY NIGHT
The Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars
PETE ROLANDO, Prop. Douglas, Alaska
S~<
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GROCERIES
MEN'S GOODS
M. J. O'CONNOR Douglas J
Watches!!
$1.00 to $150 Each
HOWARD, WALTHAM
ELGIN, HAMILTON ;
EQUITY and INGERSOL
An Elgin 16-size, Seven Jewels, Nickel Case at
S5.50
NEW DESIGNS IN ALASKA JEWEI.KY
PAUL BLOEDHORN, DOUGLAS, XLASKA
? AT LYRIC TONIGHT
y DOUGLAS. Doc. 15?Thorn wUl bo a
rlc theatre tonight. A 5-rcel show
d will Ua mr..
Tho scene Is laid. In Poruhiand China
d 5. "NowlywodB." cartoooc r.'aowing
l- the famom funny-paper characters,
o This one will bo nuro to please the
d Tho show .will bo repeated topjqrrow
d night.
2 BELGIAN RELSEf
? fUND OVERK500
If The people of the Gastinoaii channel
fc towns raised a trifle ovor. $4500 for
the Belgian Relief Fund, and the name
has been forwarded to tho J. i'ler*
d pont Morgan Company In New York,
>t to be applied for that purpose. In his
-f letter to Mr. Morgan. Treasurer B.
L. Thane has set forth tho sources
from which tho money was dorived.
A copy of tho letter which was . ap
pended to Treasurer Thane's report
to tho Secretary of tho Uollof com
mittee, E. E. Valentine follows:
Docomber 16, 1914.
J. Plerpont Morgan Company,
Broad Street,
Now York City.
Gontlemen:
Tho cltlzenH of Juneau, Douglas and
Treadwoll. Thane and tho lmmedlato
district adjacent to Juneau, Alaeka,
have raisod by popular contributions
tho sum of 55503.12, as a subscription
to tho Belgium Rollof Fund; and as
treasurer , of and ordered by the Exe
cutive committee appointed to take
chargo of such contributions, I am
transmitting to you herewith tho full
amount of such contributions, viz:
San Francisco Exchange rep
resenting the proceeds of the
carnival given by the^ ladies
of Treadwell and Douglas,
Alaska $607.21
Now York Exchango In tho
amount of 3895.91
Total j $4503.12
- which has boon raised la tho follow
ing mannor:
Goneral subscriptions $1290.76
Juneau churches .1,*71.70
Camp Fire Girls; 50.00 ?
Gift Distribution 1189.00 .
Theatres ?J65.70. .<
Juneau Carnival . * 939.26 ?
Sheep Crook Ladles ....... 100.00 <
Dances 40.00 ?
The executive commitee, acting on
behalf of tho citizens, request that
you place this sum to" tho credit of the
properly authorized Belgian Relief
Committee to be' used, for the purchase
of supplies, clone's" and other com
modules necessary to the Immediate
relief of tho Belgian poople.
Will you please request the. Belgian
Relief ConimiUco to acknowldge ro
colpt of this sum, and thanking you
for tho courtesy of acting as our Now
York agents In this Instance, we beg
to remalu
Yours Very Truly,
BELGIAN RELIEF EXE
CUTIVE COMMITTEE.
B. L. Thane, Treaa:
EXTEND THANKS
The members of tho exocutiYe elm
mitteo having in hand tho mater. of
raising the fund amoDg the peoplo
of tho Gastlncau channel towns de
sire to express their appreciation for
the kindly help of others and for the
co-operation of churches, fraternal or- j
sanitations, and tho peoplo gonerally 1
which brought forth such splendid re
sults.
JEFFERSON ARRIVALS
Tho Jefferson, arriving from tho i
South this morning brought tho fol- i
lowing passengers: <
For Juneau?J. A. Maglll, T. L. Hy- i
? dor, C. A. Hanson. Gob. Kovicli, J.
? C. Paul, Alex McLollani Helen Sand
? berg. Lizzie Haangar; Mrs. Lavlna
* Dean, Ton. Tassas.
f For Douglas.?H. W.'Gardner, Mrs. j
I H. Gustil, Mrs. Jas. Roldo, Josophlue (
? Relde, Hadler Rclde, W. Mlsllniski, i
\V. Knlmorner, Joo Potlie, C. Devol- i
? der. i
? WALLACE BRINGS PRISONER
J Deputy Marshal H. J. Wallace ar
rived from Wrangell on the Jofferson j
bringing as prisoner John Salva, r
bound over on tho charge of selling i
liquor to Idntans. 1
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MUNICIPAL COURT
James Hognn cdtered a plea of
guilty to assault and battory In tho
municipal court and was. fined $10 n
?which ho paid. The complaint , was a
made by Jamos Yannis. _
Tom Ashby entered a" plea of guilty 1 ?
to swearing at E. Valentino and was
fined $10 by Municipal Magistrate E.
W. Pcttit which ho paid.
WELCOME RAIN FALLING
After a dry spell lasting about three
weeks, it is raining In Juneau again
today and everyone Is fooling better. ;
The Eagles 'are making great-prep- ;
::rations for their dance on Christ
mas night. They Intend to make this
dance the best that has ever been held
at the Eagles hall In Douglac-.The full
Lyric orchestra will furnish tho muslo ;
which Is a recommendation In Itself
.
For U30 Christmas gifts, medium
priced, see Butlor-Mauro & Co., 01
Front street . IS-lt-tf. ?
A Brand new line of Party Slippers that are the latest creations in
fancy footwear. All tBe up-to-date fabrics are carried in our stocfc,
such as Satins, tBe new Dull Leathers, Patents and many others.
We can fit youtcorrectly as onr range of sizes include ail widths from
A to D and sizes from 21 to 7. Be fitted to a pair now. 0 0 0 0 0
SILK BLOOMERS?ON SALE WEDNESDAY
Royal Mills all Silk Bloomers on Sale Wednesday. Colors are; Bronze,
Makogany, Royal, Navy, Tango, Black and Wkite. $ . $ g $ ^
$2.75 Value. Special for Wednesday only, $1.75
Goldstein's Emporium
"We Lead?Others Follow"
:? MARINE NOTES 4
Tho' Jefforis'on, returning from Skag
way will sail .south from Juneau to
morrow artorn'Oon about 3 o'clock.
Thb PrlnccWj May will sail soutl
from Juneau tomorrow morning at '
o'clock.
Tho Mariposa Is expected from tin
Westward $ni'orrow night or Frldaj
morning.
Tho Humboldt is oxpoctod from th<
South Saturday.
The Alameda will bo duo from tin
South Saturday.
? Tho AdmtralEvans is expected frorr
tho Westward''"tomorrow night or Frl
day.
Tho City ofj Seattlo will sail fron
Seattle tomorrow.
Tho Georgia Jeft for Sitka this morn
i'n&
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SKAGWAY LEADS JUNEAU
IN BOWLING TOURNEV
Last night's records in tho bowling
lOvirnoy show Skagway to have a verj
alight lead oyer Juneau, tho toLilf
being as follows:
Skagway?2430: Juneau, 2268.
ELKS TO ENTERTAIN
Trthe Elks Lodge will tonight give
i 3uppcr-danco in tho clubrooms foi
members and tholr families. The
iance will follow tho regular lodge
meeting.
. SUPERINTENDENT HONORED
Employees of tho Porsovorancc
mine havo preanted Superintendent
j. T. Jackson, and Mrs. Jackson a
redding present of a handsomo tea
:ot. Foreman Hugh Hood made the
ipeoch of presentation.
NOTICE TO ELKS
Thoro will be a regular mooting of
uneau Lodge of Elks tonight at 8
i. m. sharp. Ballot for candidates.
Jig dance and sociat after lodge. Vis
ting brothers and their ladios cor
lally invited.
GEO. F. FORREST, Ex. Ruler.
IARRY I. LUCAS, Sec'y.
Tho iaot word in candies?"White
mn'e," Butler-Matiro & Co., 96 Front
treet. 12-15-tf
Hubbard's Christmas
1 25% OFF ON DOLL8
FROM NOW
UNTIL CHRISTMAS
;aJ complete line of toys-and tree
'ornaments and tho latest books
for grown-ups and llttlo ones
R.R. HUBBARD
Moore's fountain pens won't leak?
Butlcr-Mauro & Co., 06 Front St.?
?12-lG-tf.
For Chrlstina'3 homo-baked fruit
cakes, mince pies, and plum puddings,
leaves orders at Chaa Goldstein's.
JOIN THE S. P. U. G.'S.
(8oclety Prevontlon Ualcso Giving.)
There arc many pcoplo who would
appre'clato more than anything olso
reasonable, an extra pair of glasses.
This you can glvo them easily by pur
chasing ono of our 55.00 to $20.00 or
ders for examination and dellYory af
ter ChriBtmaF. Come in and talk it
over with us. Alaska Optical Co. 11-tf
ONLY A FEW DAYS LEFT
until .Christmas. Will there bo mu
. sic in your homes. Edison, Victorin,
or Columbia Phonograph would fit In
nice. Ecasy terms can bo had at the
Juneau Music House, opposite Beh
, rends Bank. ??*!
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HOWDESHELL IMPROVES
Bert HowtVshcll, who last week suf
fered a paralytic "stroke. Is gottlng
along fine and his early recovery Is
now In sight
W. C. T. U. MEETING
Tho regular meeting of the \V. C.
T. U. vHll ho held at Mrs. Blackwell'e
on Thursdsv afternoon, December 17,
at 2:30 o'clock.
SHOP EARLY and let the "Gifts
that Gladden" solVo tho Xmas prob
lem at Brltt's Satisfactory Rexall
Store. 12-S-tI
PUBLIC DANCE
OYcry Saturday evening at the
Juneau Athletic Club hall, Forrest
building. Gentlemen llfty cents;
ladies frco. Everybody is welcome
; To Tfie One Who Wishes to Win
THE TIME la at liand when the young mon of today should begin
to look forward to their future prosperity, together with the
welfare of their country. The announcement of the building
?of the proposed railroad In Alaska, opening It up for settlement and
development, means tho construction of many homes and mercantile
i ? establishments. It Is the last great undovolopod portion of Uncle
Sam's public domain, which offers opportunities unequalled at the
1 present time.
Arc you aware of the fact that this country Is now entering'
an era of development which will take years to reach Its height;
furthermore, those who havo given .any thought to our natural re
sources know there are vast rcson-cB yet untouched, and In spite of
tho erroneous opinion that prevails throughout many parts of the
States, that Alaska has a cold and rigorous cllmafl?, the population
will Incroaso many times over what It Ib now.
?j Every man and woman Is Interested in having their money do
,! the greatest poslsble amount of work for them, and above all. nre
vitally Interested in securing absolute safety for the monoy invested.
You know how difficult it Is to find investment for small amounts
of money, that will bring large roturns. Wo can show you how- It
can bo done, with absolute safety..
Can you realise what this will mean for those who aro on the
ground floor ready to take advantage of tho opportunities as they
arise. Why not Investigate. We. will take pleasure In giving you
full information to Inquiries made.
Address all communications to
Alaska Building and Commercial Go., Inc.
P. O. BOX 181 . ? ? ? ? DOUGLAS. ALASKA
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A BEAUTIFUL. BASKET OF
CANDY
given away free as a prize for /
Christinas at
: The Palace of Sweets?Douglas ^
i ^
!??
iWhcn yon want ? ?
Hardware, Stoves, Furni- "
? ? ture, Carpets, Linoleum,
Sashes, Guns, Electric Sup- i i
? ' plies, Trunks, Suit Cases, !!
China ware, Paints and Oils !!
eoomo 1 1
Julius Jensen:;
Douglas Alaska
iniiiniiiniiiiniuiii':
ROLLER SKATING every night nt tho
j . DOUGLAS SKATING RINK
Good Mualc-Cood Floor? Good Skates.?Tuea
dayn, Friday*. Saturdays for Native*. Ladic
Free. Special attention to beginners ever"
Friday afternoon from 2:30 to 6.?We aim to
rlearo.-Opcn at 7:30 p. m. till 10:30 p. ro.?
Skating Sunday afternoon. ? Sunday night
ladies free.
!L. G Thomas STerl F. Thomas ?
Alaska Furniture 0 Undertaking X
Co., Inc..
Funeral Directors & Embalmers t
Dousrto Atoka * '
fv. v-~ if' "a m,'
I Douglas Undertaking 1
=PABLORS= I
Funeral DirKctQfs and Emhalracrs rj
H* V:|ULLY WB|||1
(RfcKibbin's Hats 1
Broadway and Fifth Avenue
Styles.
$3.50 | ;
j ?'The Hub"? a
SOW IS THE TIME
To Pict Oat a Good Knife*
a Pair of Scissors, a Pair
of States, while the Pict
146 Front Street
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