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? ALASKA DAILY EMPIRE ?
?f Douglas Branch i
? M. A. SNOW, Manager <
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DOUGLAS, Dec. 22.?Last night*:
basketball game at the Natatoriutc re
suited in a victory for the Dougla
ladles over the Trcadwell ladies' or
ganizatlon. The score was H to 1
The teams Itned up as follows:
DOUGLAS?Miss M. Llljestrand. f.
Miss F. Grundler, P.; Mrs. R. Congh
lin, c.; Mrs. O. Olson, g.i.Miss R
Johnson, g.
Treadwell.?Mrs. G. Johnson, f.
Miss Preston, f.: Mrs. M. Chrlstman
c.; Miss Peterson, g.; Miss Aalto, g
H. Brimson and family are icavinj
for tho South on tho Al-Kt tonight
Mrs. Carl Melin and two chiidrei
will leave for Meridan, Cann.. on thi
Al-Kl tonight
FOR SALE.?One 12-foot row boat
Brand new and cheap. Inquire of Mrs
Geo. Passaner, near Canteen. tf
TREADWELL, Dec. 22,?Owing tc
tho fact that Friday, the regular meet
ing night for the Treadweil firomen
? falls on Christmas, the fire mootlr
will he held tomorrow night. Fot
? roels of moving pictures will be shov;
? after the 'meeting.
' J, M. Gr&yblll arrived from t!
South recently to take the position <
f stenographer in the general offices <
3 the Tread well Company.
' W. R. Pitman. Treadweil's star baa
3 ball pitcher will leave for a holido
c vacation in tho States tomorrow. H
haa engaged passage on the Al-Ki.
ALLEGED PEDDLER ARRESTED
John Cnpopa was arrested on Doui
?? las Island last night by Special A;
ent J. A. Snow on the charge of sol
'? Ing liquor to Indians. Ho was a
^ ralgned in tho commissioner's coin
? this morning and will have a hcarin
5 later.
SPrCIAL
Silk and satin special; kimonas an
Madera suits, were $12, now $S; $2
. cut to $16; $26 cut to $18.
MRS. ?. SHERMAN. 131 Front S
. 12-21-tf.
> "White oak mistletoe. You can se
- it in the dark.
, 12-22-tf. WINTER & POND.
While the Snropean Nations are at War
and are asking for three weeks trace
wo, the citizens of the greatest country on oarth, aro preparing
for a week of merriment and happiness, and tc make our friends
and neighbors happy: why not extend the happiness into weeks,
and the weeks into months, and let tho entire people extond it
Into years?
I have prepared an oasy way for you all?Secure your holi
day gifts at ono of the three great stores conducted by Elmor 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 are ready, I have the stock to select from.
ELMER E. SMITH
DOCGLAS --- 3 STORES - - - ALASKA
Xmas Flowers
^-H-H-H-vvvv'X i; 11::! rn-rx-r
Fresh Carnations, per doz. $1.00
Violets, per bunch, 25
Chrysanthemums, per doz. $2.00 to $3.00
Roses per doz^ $1.50 to $2.50
Poinsettas, each, .75
PROMPT DELIVERY
~-H-H^H^HH-X-X-^H-; i; :? r ;-H-H in; H-H-:
THE JUNEAU DRUG CO.
lOT FRONT STREET
"The Store that has what
you want when you want it"
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT!
You Know the Difference.
Douglas Opera House Hotel
Fresfi Olympia Oysters j
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FREE MOVING PICTURES SUNDAY NIGHT {
The Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars 4
FETE ROLANDO, Prop. Douglas, Alaska <
GROCERIES
MEN'S GOODS
M. J. O'CONNOR Douglas
Watches!!
$1.00 to $150 Each
HOWARD, WALTHAM
ELGIN, HAMILTON
EQUITY and INGERSOL
An Elgin 16-size, Seven Jewels, Nickel Case at
$5.50
NEW DESIGNS IN ALASKA JEWELRY
PAUL BLOEDHORN, DOUGLAS, ALASKA
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ir OF SCHOOL EXERCISES
Juneau High School ntudoatu will
10 tomorrow decide whether or pot the
military and naval strongth of tho
>r United Stater- should bo Immediately
1y the XniaH exercises will bo held by
debate on tho military proparodncsi;
question will bo a feature of tho High
School program. Simpson MacKin
non and Almond Richards will "appear
5* tlon and Cyril Kashevaroff and Nor*
1* man McClelland will debate tho nega
^ tive.
* will apeak. and recitations and music
will complete the program.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
d PARTNERSHIP*
NOTICE 16 GIVEN that
t, the partnership hcrtoforo existing be
tween Ah'dfeYv iSrant and Sid John
Son, 1A tho tiouglau Blacksmith. Shop
^ has bcOn Ahio day mutually dissolved,
Andrew Brant retiring. Tho business
will bo conducted by Sid Johnson who
- will collect all accounts owing to tho
firm and pay all debts owing by tho
finny.
A. BRANT.
Sp JOHNSON.
Douglas, Alaska, Doc. 22, 1914.
WEITZMAN IS GETTING
PATENT TO HOMESTEAD
Samuel J. Weltzraan, well known
business man of Haines was this morn
ing granted a final certificate for pa
tent to a homestead comprising 100
acros of land in tho Chillt&t river
valley near Klukwan.
Tho Chllkat river valloy is consid
ered one of tho most favorable farm
ing sections in Southeastern Alhs&ti
and Is rapidly filling up with Bottlers
who aro actually engaged In farming
pursuits.
?
MERCHANTS SUBSCRIBE
TO PIONEERS' BENEFIT
Interest In the Grand Theatre's Cash
benefit for the Pioneers Home at Sit
ka wan heightened today by the pur
chase by downtown merchants, of a
great number of tickets.
The show will bo given In tho Grand
tomorrow night, Thursday morning
tbey money will be wired to Sitka, for
even distribution among the old pion
eers.
GOLDSTEIN'S EMPORIUM
TO BE OPEN EVENINGS
. Goldstein's Emporium will bo open
until 10 o'clock every night this week
up to and Including Christmas Eve.
HARDING BROTHERS GO
HOME FOR CHRISTMAS
W. S. and L. L. Harding, tho for
mer deputy U. S. Marshal for tho
I First Division and stationed at.Halnes
and tho latter special agent for the
U. S. Treasury Department, loft for
Haines on the City of Seattle for the
purposo of taking Christmas dinner
with thoir mothor at her home In that
place. This has boon their custom
for years.
GEORGE C. BURFORD
GIVES HANDSOME PRESENTS
??
George C. Burford, popular proprie
tor of the well known blllard parlorB
and dealer in smoker's supplies In 1
Juneau, is making himself more, popu
lar by the handsome holiday presents
which ho Is handing ont to patrons
of his establishment. One of tho neat
est littlo gifts ho has presented to the
trado this Christmas time Is a splon
dld leather pockot cigar caso.
MRS. BAUGHMAN RECOVERS
FROM LONG-STANDING ILL ^
Mrs. J. A. Baughman, wife of tho *
chief game warden of the Konai Pen
insula, passed through Juneau Satur
day on the Alameda, returning to her
home, after a long visit outside, where
she went to seek surgical treatment.
Her completo rccovory from an old in- 1
ncss has been brought about
While tho Alameda was in Juneau
Mrs. Baughman paid Mr. and Mrs. W.
H. Case a call. t
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DEMPSEY TO CHICAGO; T
ELLIOTT HEADS W. P. 0
J. E. . Domptooy, formerly traffic i<
manager of tho White Pass & Yukon o
railroad, with headquarters In Seattle k
left last week for Chicago, -where ho t<
will take a position with another trans- w
portation company.
As Tho Empire predicted, 0. L. b
Dickeson, who recently tendered his
resignation from the presidency of R
the White Pass & Yukon Railroad," to
take effect about January 1, la. to be
succeeded by F. C. Elliott, American pi
representative of Close Bros. & Co., M
principal owners of tho property and Id
ownore of the steamships formerly op? T
orated by the Northern Navigation di
Company. . a
Itis understood that A1 F. ZIpf, for- M
merly manager of tho Northern Navl- jh
gatlon Company, Is to become tr&fflo
manager of the Whito Paso & Yukon.
FOUND NOT GUILTY ?ii
OF KILLING DEER d:
?'fr? a;
William Myers was found not guilty
sf killing deer out of season, in" Com
missioner Marshall's court this morn
ing. Ho was released, and his bail in
af $100 was :returnod to I. Goldstein, to
lis- bondsman. an
It Is declared Myers was carrying hi;
i sack of venison to another man and
vas not implicated in the slaying of
ho deer. inj
| FURS! I
? ?'r Vv'VVWV9V99
11/E have the largest stoic Ik of raw and made up Furs in
W the city. All the popular Furs shown here, reliable
?s -b ?? n t We are showing the largest line of useful
?flwidaV 'WnS. Holiday Gifts. Also a choice line of Novel
ties. You el find Gifts here suitable for any member of the family.
Cf ?IF" IT ? ^ ne^ **ne Silk Kimonas just opened for
&ll& BLlIXlOMiflS the Holiday trade. Beautiful creations in
Baby Blue, Flesh and Pink, priced from $13.50 to $29.00.
BOY
MERCHANDISE
BONDS FOR
CHRI^JMAS
PRB6SNTS
Goldstein's Emporium
"We Lead?Others Follow"
GLOVE
CERTIFICATES
FOR
HOLIDAY
GIFTS
THE AL-Ki WILL BE
OUR SANTA ClAUS
Tho Al-Kl, as hor namo. signifies,
cvlll bo hero bye-and-bye. Shio will be
Santa Claua for Juneau thin year, ac
:ording to Allon Shattuck. agent of
tho company. Sho {9 coming loaded
with good things to, oat and all man
ner of nice things that gladden the
iicarts of both old and young. More
aver, she will have tho very latest
mail to reach Juneau before Christ
mas day, having left Seattle two days
ater than tho City of Soattlo, which
irrlved in Juheau yesterday.
Advices received hero stato that
ihe loft Ketchikan early this morn
ng and will nrrlvo in Juneau about
5 o'clock tomorrow morning. ThiB
will allow tho merchants an oppor
.unlty to got the new stock of Christ
mas goodies on display and will also
jlvo tho postoffico clorka time In
which to m&ko their lost mall dlstrl
>utlon in amplo tlmo bofore Chrst
nas day.
LEAVES JUNEAU FO E
WAR; DIES ON WAY
Joseph Popovltch; a Montenegrin,
19 years of ago, who left Juneau with
, dozen of his countrymen, to go to
trar, died aboard the steamship Al*
CI on that vessel's last trip to Scat
lo, whon within 24 hours of Seattlo. j
)eath resulted from hoart failure,
'opovitch was a stcorago passenger.
The off-to-war contingent was organ
sod here by Stove Stevens, a Servian.
>AN SUTHERLAND TO
COME NORTH SOON
Daniel Sutherland, territorial sena
>'r. from Iditarod, is expected to como
forth on the next boat for tho West
ard, enroute to Soward to look things
rcr. Senator Sutherland will be back
i Juneau for tho reopening of tho
igl8laturc in March. 'Ho ia the hold
er momber from t.ho Fourth divis
in, having flipped a coin with Sena*
?r Henry Rodon, two years ago, and
inning tho toss.
Senator and Mrs. Sutherland have
sen spending the winter in Seattle.
UFE LINDSAY SIGNS
UP WITH GASTINEAU
Rutus Lindsay, for many years em- ,
oyed by tho Alaska Tread well Gold ;
ining Company, and the enginneor
charge of tho construction of tho ;
readwcll dam at Nugget Creek, to- 1
.y went to work at Thano, for tho |
!a8ka Gaatineau Mining Company. ?
r. Lindsay will bo stationed In the ]
iw crushing mill.
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HOWDESHELL RECOVERING :
Bert Howdesholl, who haa been con- !
ted to his home for tho past sovorai, |
yo, Is reported to bo almost well* '
aln. ;
JUDGE WINN IMPROVING *
Judgo John R. Winn, who has been 3
St. Ann's Hospital for treatment j
? tho past few days 1b improving 3
d will soon be able to get down to 3
; offico again.
rho FASHION will be open oven- j
?A until 10 o'clock. 12-224
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* MARINE NOTES ?
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The Georgia sails for Sitka tomor
row at 12:01 ft. m.
Tho Al-KI loft Ketchikan thlB
morning and Is expected in Juneau
at 6 o'clock tomorrow morning. Sho
is scheduled to sail South again at 10
a. m. tomorrow.
Tho City of Seattle, returning from
Skagway, will sail South from Juneau
tonight.
Tho Mariposa Is scheduled to sail
from Seattle Docembor 24.
Tho Jefforson is scheduled to sail
from Seattle December -26.
The Alameda will bo duo to arrive
from tho Westward Decembor 26.
Tho Princess May will bo duo from
tho South Decembor 29.
AUK VILLAGERS HEAR
KLUKWAN NATIVE SAND
There was a hot tlmo in Able Vib
logo last night.
Tho Halnes-Klukwan Native Band,
which was in town, on its way to
Hoonah for an Xmos potlatch, sere
naded their brothers of tho Auk clan
and tho tribal house in tho village
was tho scono of a danco. which kept
up until an early hour this morning.
Tho Native beaus and bollos wcro out
in force.
PATENT FCR PORCUPINE MIN
ING CLAIMS.
Tho local" land offlco this morning
Issued a final certificate for patent
to H. D. Gardnor for two placer min
ing claims situated ort ChrlstmaB creek
in tho Porcuplno mining district back
of Halncs.
GOLDSTEIN'S EMPORIUM
TO BE OPEN EVENINGS
Goldstein's Emporum will be open
until 10 o'clock ovory night this week
up to and Including Chrl3tmas Eve
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SPECIAL
Silk and satin special; ldmonas and
Madera suits, woro $12, now $8; $20
cut to $16; $25 cut to $18. *
MRS. E. SHERMAN, 131 Front St.
12-21-tf.
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Tho steamer Al-Kl Is making a spec
ial trip with flowers for. WINTER &
POND. 12-22-tf.
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GRAND BALL, f. 0. E.
At tho Douglas Rink. Tho Lyric
8-piece orchestra will furnish the mt
sic, and a swell supper will be serv
ed at tho EagleB' Buffet. Late ferries
will bo run for Juneau dancers.
A cordial invitation extended to all.
Don't forgot the dato, Xmas night
12-21-11
SATURDAY NIGHT SOCIAL
DANCES AT MOOSE HALL
Ever)' Saturday night, beginning
With tho evening after Christmas,
there-will be a social dance In Moose
Hall, conducted by Mrj AI. Wick. Mr.
Wick formerly conducted his social
dances in Athletic Hall, but has chang
| ed to Moose Hall on account of It be
j ing better in every way. Turner and
! Strong have been engaged to furnish
music and Mr. Wick will give theso
weekly affairs tho same careful at
tention that lias mado them so popu
lar. 12-21-SL
THE LAST WORD IN CANDIES?
"Whitmans" Butlcr-Mauro & Co., 9G
Front Street. 12-15-tf.
Hubbard's Christmas
SPECIALS
25% OFF ON DOLLS
FROM NOW"
UNTIL CHRISTMAS
A completo lino of toys and tree
ornaments and the latest books
for grown-ups and little ones |
R.R. HUBBARD
FRONT ST. DOUGLAS
li
PUBLIC DANCE
every Saturday night at tho
Moose Hall. Gentlemen $1.00.
Ladles freo. Everybody Is wel
come.
r
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A BEAUTIFUL BASKET OF
CANDY
given away freo aa a prize for
Christinas at
Tfie Palace of Sweets?Douglas
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<iii mm mi 11 i?i mi Mj;
When you want ? ?
Hardware, Stoves, Furni- !'
ture, Carpets, Linoleum, !!
Sashes, Guns, Electric Sup- )'
" plies, Trunks, Suit Cases, !!
?' ^ China ware, Paints and Oils 1
II are mo ''
t Julius Jensen ::
Doug-las Alnaka ? ?
/at iniiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiniT
ROr LER SKATING every nigh: at the
DOUGLAS SKATING RINK
Good Music?Good Floor-Good Sknteo.-Tuea
days, Fridays. Saturdays for Natives. Ladle
Free. Special attention to beginners over
Friday afternoon from 2:50 to 6.?Wo aim t->
please.?Open at 7:20 p. m. till 10:S0 p. tn.?
Skating Sunday afternoon. ?Sunday night
ladies free.
IX.. G Tlioman Mori V. Thomna ?
Alaska Furniture ft Undertaking 2
Co., Inc. ?>
Funeral Directors & Embalmers o
Douirloa Alaska o
I Douglas Undertaking I
1 PABix>Rr ?
I Funeral Directors and Embalmcra I
g. H. V: jULLY |
Christmas
! I Neckwear
at MDLLfiN & HEBERT
1?1"The Hub"? 1 .
? 11 n i
SimShopfEafly^ffl
Get the Pick of the New,
Fresh Goods and Buy
e rush is on.
0 ? -phoiK 146 Front Street

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