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* ALASKA DAILY EMPIRE ?
? Oougb.2 Branch 4^
* M. A. SNOW. Manager ?>"
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DOUGLAS. Dec. 21.?Tonight the
big basket ball gamo between the
Douglas and Treadwell ladles will take
placo at the Natatorlum.
Christmas services wore hold at the
Congregational Church last night.
LOST.??A ladles' hand-bag. some
where between the Douglas baseball
grounds and the Treadwell Club. Bag
contained money. Return to Mrs.
John King and receive roward.
The Rov. Father Bruckert loft for
Santa Clara, Calif., on the Humboldt
During his absenco. Father Bailey, of:
Juneau, wilt have charge of the par-!
A number of arrests were made of
suspects in the Douglas robbery cas
es, but no sufficient evidence was
found to connect them with the climes
and they were turned loose upon their
promise to leave town Immediately.
TREADWELL. Dec. 21.?The bowl
ing tournament at Treadwell was fin
ished last Friday night and tho stand
tng of the teams la aa follows:
Machine Shop 11363
Bullion 1121: ?
Mexican 11015
Harrj" Graham made high average
ia the- tournament, with 165 1*2, while
the high score, 23-. was' rolled by Roy
Snyder.
Barber Wanted.?At tho Tread well
Club barber shop. tf.
The Treadwell Basketball Legue has
been formed, aud a number of teams
aro already practicing.
The rehearsal of tho end men for the
Football minstrels has been called for
tonight at the Club.
Work on tho Ice skating rink has
been abandoned for the present, ow
ing to the warm, rainy weather.
The .supper is "on" the McCormlck
Brother?, as their challongo games
with C. E. Bennett and Harry Gra
ham resulted in & victory for the lat
ter team.
EAGLES GIVING A BIG
DANCE XMAS NIGHT]
DOUGLAS, Dec. 21.?Tho Eagles
are decoratiug their hall and making
other preparations for their big danco
to be given on Christmas night Tho
l.yric. orchestra of eight pleecs will
furnish the music and refreshment
will bo served in the banquet room.
Vfiile tne European Nations are at War
and are asking for three weeks trace
we. the citizens or the greatest country on earth, arc preparing
for a week of merriment and happiness, and to make our frlonds
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 have prepared an easy way for you all?Secure your holi
day gifts-at one of tho threo 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, 1
have it. Shop when you are ready. I have the stock to select from.
ELMER E. SMITH
DOUGLAS 3 STORES - - - ALASKA
Fresh FlowersforXmas j
! Leave your orders jot Flowers with us ;i
for Xmas and New Y ears. The prices ; j
are Juneau Drug Co. prices." "loo |
Know the Difference." 9 9 9 ]
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"THE STORE THAT HAS WHAT Y00 WANT, WHEN
YOU WANT IT" Offers to the Public:
1.?The best and freshest stock of drugs and sun- | ,
dries in Juneau.
2.?Efficient service at all times.
3.?Free Prompt Delivery. ,
4.?Prices that are reasonable.
5.?And last, but not least, a welcome to all who 1
come in our store; whether you come for a
two-cent stamp, or with a prescription.
HOLIDAY GOODS.?The largest assomtment in ;
town. ?j .
THE JUNEAU DRUG CO. ?:
lOT FRONT STREET
Opposite Alaskan Hotel, at prices that are within the reach ot j ?
everyone. It is a pleasure to show goods, such aa ours, whether 1
you buy or not. We are always at your service. <
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* Douglas Opera House Hotel i
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A Gentlemen's Resort t J
FREE MOVING PICTURES SUNDAY NIGHT _ ^
The Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars ?
PETE ROLANDO, Prop. Douglas, Alaska <! t
GROCERIES
MEN'S GOODS f
M. J. O'CONNOR Douglas |
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Watches I!
Sl.OO to $150 Each
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An Elgin 16-size, Seven Jewels, Nickel Case at
So.50 s;
NEW DESIGNS IN ALASKA JEWELRY
PAUL BLOEDHORN, DOUGLAS, ALASKA I
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HOWARD, WALTHAM
ELGIN, HAMILTON m
EQUITY and INGERSOI.
SALOONMAN FINED
fOR BREAKING LAW
Oscar Ohman this afternoon
to "guilty" and was fined $50.00
for the first violation of the Sun
day closing law in Juneau.
The Yukon Bar wan "open" for r.
brief session last night. Deputy Mar
shal Hector McLean and two mem
bers of the city police forco swooped
down on the place and took William
Prentice, a Douglas bartender. Into
custody. This morning tho. latter was j
fined SI00 for assaulting an officer and
for using obsceno language.
The arrest was mado while a party
was being ontortalnod at the bar. At
"the tlmo tho offlcors como In. tho
festivities wcro at their height, and
Prentice was having a gay tlmo and
objected to tho place being closed; ho
also objected to being takon Into cus
tody, but was overrulled in both In
stances.
As an aftormath to tho gay enter
tainment. Oscar Ohman this morning
entered a pica of not guilty to tho
charge of profaning, tho Sabbath by
kocping the Yukon Bar opon on Sun
day. Ho Is having a hearing before
U. S. Commissioner J. B. Marehall this
afternoon.
Tho arresting officers say tho Yu
kon party waB convened whon tho
Bartender's Smoker broke up. late In
tho afternoon.
CASH FOR PIONEERS;
THEATRE IS DONOR
Cash presents for tho forty-six old
pioneers who live In' the Territorial
Homo at Sitka, will bo sent from Ju
neau next Thursday morning, tho gift
of \V. D. Gross, manager of tho Grand
Theatre,
Wednesday night will be Pioneer's
Benefit Night at the Grand, tho en
tire proceeds of which will be tolo
graphed to Supt A. G. Shoup, of the
Pioneers' Home, Thursday.
Mr. Gross thlB morning asked The
Hmplre to solicit tho help of ono or
two women, who will volunteer to
sell tickets in tho homes. Voluntcors
should communicate with Tho Grand.
The manager Is personally soiling
tickets around town. His first sale
was to B. M. Bchrends, who took ten
dollars' worth. Tho price of a ticket
is from twenty-flvo cents to a million
dollars.
HAINES NATIVE BAND
ARRIVES IN JUNEAU
The Haines Natlvo Band, under the
leadership of Alfred Gordon, tho woll
known Indian musician, arrived In Ju
neau on the Georgia this afternoon
and win spend a few days In this sec
tion. It Is their purpose to visit the
different towns In Southeastern Alas
ka. It is possible that they will glvb
a public concert while In Juneau. Sev
eral selections were played on tho
down town streets this afternoon and
thi? band attracted much attention.
CHRISTMAS TREE TOMORROW
NIGHT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
The Christmas tree exercises for ?
:he Presbyterian church Sunday school
will be held tomorrow (Tuesday) ev
ening at the church at 7:30.
FIRST BOAT DOCKS
AT NEW COLE WHARF
The docking today of the freight
jteamshlp Latoucho at tho now wharf
jullt on the waterfront by Cash Cole,
'o.rmally ushr.rcd that structure Into
:onsplcuous prominence, as tho La
iouch c was tho first of tho big boats
;o dock at tho now wharf.
The Cole dock was built by one of
luneau's young business mon, who,
.wo years ago, according to his own
itatemcnt, startod in on a "shoestring
jank-roll."
SATURDAY NIGHT SOCIAL
DANCES AT MOOSE HALL ,
Every Saturday night, beginning
rith the evening after Christmas,
here will bo a social dance In Moose
fall, conducted by Mr| Al. Wick. Mr.
Vick formorly conducted his social j
auccs in Athletic Hall, but has chang- ?
d to Moose Hail on account of it be- ,
eg-better in. every way. Turner and j
itrong have been engaged to furnish ]
iusIc and Mr. Wick will givo. these
reekly affairs tho same careful at
ention that has made them so popu
ir.. 12-21-Gt. j
ANGDON AND JENKINS
OPEN HEIDELBURG CAFE ]
The Heidelberg Cafe, is the newest
lisiness concern to make a bid for c
10 trade of Juneau. It opened for jc
asiness today in the Heidelberg i
ock under the management of Jack _
angdon and Victor Jenkins.
DISLOCATES SHOULDER
W. Koski dislocated his shoulder
:sterday at the Perseverance mine
hile clamborlng up a pllo of crushed ,
ek. Ho is in the hospital.
Music Rolls in all stylos. Sheet
usic. String. Instruments of all
nds. Everything musical for Xmas
.
JUNEAU MUSIC HOUSE.
Charles Pierce and Alex White ar
rcd from Eagle Rrver on the Geor
A. It. Young, well known logger, ar
ed from Jualin. on (ho Georgia.
EL G. Wotzlor, of the U. S. mail sor
:e. is mnklng the round trip on tho
orgia from Skagway to Sitka. ?
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? MARINE NOTES * .
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The City of Seattlo was expected '
at tho Island at two o'clock this af- "
tornoon, and In Juneau at 3:30. She
will sail South tomorrow.
Tho Al-KI is duo- from the South f
tomorrow ovening and will sail south ^
as soon as cargo iB' discharged.
Tho Mariposa IS Scheduled to sail
from Seattlo Thursday:
The Alameda will*-bo due" from the
Westward Docombor 26.
Tho Jefforson Is scheduled to sail ?'
from Seattlo Decotobor 26. ?
Tho Humboldt sailed South yostor
day. 1
Tho Admiral Evhns sailed South
Satnrday.
The Mariposa sailed South. Satur- i
day.
SEVEN ARRESTED
SATURDAY NIGHT I
Chief of Police William McBrido "
and his mon took seven men into
camp Saturday night, five of whom
havo vagrancy charges laid against
them and two just plain drunks.
LATOUCHE UNLOADING COAL
The Latoucho is unloading coal at
the City Dock taday. She brought
2175 tons for Gastineau channel towns
most of which was for Juneau.
BAND PRACTICE TONIGHT -
Tho Juneau band will meet for prac
tlce tonight In the City Hall bulld
TWO WEDDINGS
Cupid was working overtime at Knlk
ast month. U. S. Commissioner Leo
I'an Slykc and Miss Marie Hill wore j
narrled at Knlk roadhousc, Susltna
3asln, and Ole Jacobson and Miss
Sdith Furmau were "hitched" in Knik.
SPECIAL
Silk and satin special; kimonas and
.ladern suits, were $12, now $8; $20
iut to $16; $25 cut to ?1S.
MRS. E. SHERMAN, 131 Front SL
2-21-tf.
FOR RENT.?Thrco 2-roorn plaster
Dttages; now. On Wllloughby Ave.,
rorth Juneau. Inquire Shattuck Bros. ?
221-St. 14H
? Hubbard's Christmas
SPECIALS |
25% OFF ON DOLLS ?;
FROM NOW ijf
UNTiL CHRISTMAS ; V
A complete line or toys aad treo !
orE/mjpnts and the latest hooks | \
for &rown-up3 and little ones
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R.R. HUBBARD
L'RQNT ST. DOCGtAS
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GRAND BALI, f. 0.E.1
At the Douglas itlnk. The Lyric 11
1-pleco orchestra will furnish tho mu- 31
lie, and a swell supper will be serv
:d at tho Eaglos' Buffot Lato ferries
vill bo run for Juneau dancors.
A cordial invltutlou extended to all.
lon't forgot tho dato, Xmas night. v
.2-21-4L _
SPECIAL
Silk'nnd satin special; klmonas nnd f]
dadorn suits, were $12, now $8; $20 !,j
iut to $16; $25 cut to $18.
MRS. E. SHERMAN, 131 Front St. H
2-21-tf .
PUBLIC DANCE I
every Saturday night at tho
, Moobo Hall. Gentlomcn $1.00. M
Ladles free. Everybody is wed* I
Stoney Bllvens will give you Ideas
>r Xmas decorations if you will call
t the Winter & Pond store at any
me prior to the sailing of the Evan3,
t which time he leaves for the South.
12-18-tf.
THE LAST WORD IN CANDIES?
Whitmans" Butlor-Mauro & Co., 96
ront Stroot. 12-15-tL
MISS GCLICK'S
Saturday Class and
DANCE
Tonight?8:30 to 12 o'Clocfc
New Studio, 2nd and Seward
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A Grand Opportunity For One And All
There Ib a time In all our lives when wo feel that we have fol
lowed tho old path of wastefulness and nhlftlcssncss long enough
and tho desire to acquire independence, to reach tho top of the ladder
of succoss, takes hold of ur..
If tho desire la strong enough, we roalizo our ambition, but if
It Is weak, wo are pushed asido by tho earnest onos, and we find
ourslvcs at tho end of our days on tho old path, and following the
eamo old grind.
The results of our last week's advertisement, prove that many
of our young men are beginning to realize and take advantage of
tho existing possibilities, arc forsaking tho paths of frivolty and fool
ishness, and are looking forward to future prospcritly.
In almost ever case where opportunities for investment exist,
- tho amounts required are too largo for ono of small means. By our
motliods of combining tho small units to make large ones, your
money will earn for you Just as much la proportion as It does for
the big investor.
Is it not a fact that tho early settlors did not make tho most
out of their hard pioneer lifo and work; why 3hould this be the
aamo in your case? There aro opportunities all around you, and
opo in particular which has several out of tho ordinary features to
bo takon into consideration.
To realize a fixed interest on your investment; to bo credited
with tho balance of your not earnings. Tho Increaso in value on
your original investment, and tho realization of investing your money
where you receive tho best of security.
Do not pass by this golden opportunity. It will pay you to
take advantago of it. Wo will take great pleashre in giving you
full information as to our plans and methods.
Address all communications to
Alaska Building and Commercial Co., Inc.
P. O. BOX 181 , ? ? ? ? DOUGLAS, ALASKA
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A BEAUTIFUL BASKET OF
CANDY
given away free as a prize for
Christmas at
The Palace of Sweets?Douglas
t?i 1111111111 mi n 1111 n r?
When you wnnt 1 ?
? Hardware, Stoves, Fumi- 1
. - ture, Carpets, Linoleum, !
? ? Sashes, Guns, Electric Sup- !!
plies, Trunks, Suit Cases, !
" ? China ware, Paints and Oils ''
boo mc
^Julius Jensen;;
Douglau Ala*ka ? ?
?x-Miiinnniiiniimii!:
HOLLER SKATING every night nt the
DOUGLAS SKATING RINK
Good Music-Good Floor?Good Skates.?Tues
days, Fridays. Saturdays for Nntivea. Ladlo
Freo. Special attention to beginner* ovcrv
Friday afternoon from 2:30 to ft.?Wo aim to
please.?Open at 7:S0 p. m. till 1030 p. m.?
Skating Sunday nftoraoon.? Sunday night
ladies free.
O
L. G Thomas Mcrl F. Thomas $
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? Co., Inc. ?
Funeral Directors & Embalmers ?
Dousrlns Alaska o
| Douglas Undertaking ]
I =PABLORS= ]
P Funeral Direc^y* and Emtalmcra |
I Christmas
Neckwear
at MOLLEN 8 HEBERT
"The Hub' ?},
t ts?M-M-s-fr-i-frH-M hi tg-n-frn ; i n 11 nu 11 c 11 n i i m i
Get Ute Habit! ?f|Qp fflffvGet It NOW!
Get the Pick of the New, _ .
Fresh Goods and Buy
i rush is. on. - j
146 Front Street ]
?!H i I Hi I i t 8 D 11: n 11 3 1 It I 6 H 8 H H-M-i
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j FURSH- FURS! I j FURS! 1
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TS7E have ihe largest stock of raw and made up Furs in <;
** the city., All the popular- Furs shown here, reliable $
goods, priced right. :-: :-: :-: :-: -i:
I-f !? J iH'Ci- are shbifriiig the largest line of useful ?f
Holiday Ijlits Holiday Gifts. Also a choice line of Novel- ?
ties. You can find Gifts here suitable for any member of the family. .<*;
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CjlL ST jitt AWAfl A new *ine of Si'k Kimonas just opened for I
AJlllv IllmOItaS the Holiday trade. Beautiful creations in I
Baby Blue, Flesh and Pink, priced from $13.50 to $29.00. |
BOY
MERCBANDISB ?j
BONDS FOR
CHRISM AS
TREATS i;
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Goldstein's Emporium
"We Lead?Others Follow"
GLOVE i|
CERTIFICATES jj
FOR
HOLIDAY I
GIFTS %
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