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NOTICE.
Owing to Thanksgiving demand we
are all out of Olympia oysters on the
half shell. We will be unable to sup
ply our customers until the arrival
of next boat.
A LA GRAF
Cor. Front & Franklin ? Phone 20t>
Time is valuable now and you may
save many hours of useless looking
by going to C. E. Cartwright's first.
?(2S-3U
We carry all the leading stand
ard pianos and player pianos. Edison
Diamond Disc phonograph. Victor and
Columbia talking machines, sold on
easy payments. Small musical instru
ments, sheet music. All the records
for all the machines all the time at
JUNEAU MUSIC HOUSE. U-26-15
Miss M. A. Davis of Chicago Is a
guest at the New Cain hotel. She
arrived from Southwestern Alaska on
the steamship Northwestern last
night.
DANCE SATURDAY NIGHT.
Turner Hall
These dances have become very
popular. Peyser, Greenlee and Turn
er will furnish the music. Gentle
men $1.00; Iadic3 free. ll-24-3t.
You saw it first in The Empire.
> SCRAFFORD, WITH
ANTLMONY FORTUNE,
; WILL LOCATE HERE
[ "Si" Scrafford, sourdough Alaskan,
> whoso ship came in this year via the
I antimony route, passed through to
' the States on the steamship North
! western this morning. While the
; steamer wns here Mr. Scrafford vis
' ited with A1 Raynor at the New Cain.
; Scrafford expects to return to Alas
> ka after visiting in Seattle and San
| Francisco. and will eeek investment
> hero, In property or in some kind of
! business. He cleaned up a half mill
ion dollais on his last shipment of an
timony ore from Fairbanks, and his
' earnings this summer from mining
that metal have made him independ
ently wealthy.
Antimony has sprung into promt
; nence in the metal trade since the
? European war. It is described as a
large, white lustrous metal, entoring
largely Into medicinal preparations
and various important alloys, such as
pewter and Brittanin-mctal.
SQUATTERS PPROTEST
REQUEST FOR PATENT
Protests have been filed in the land
Ioffice against the application of the
Alaska Juneau Gold Mining company
for patent to the A. and D. Mulattos
on Gastincau channel, involving tracts
i on Lower Franklin street. The pro
testants are Bob Strangland, Tim Tor-1
gensen, Charles Kavandcr, William
Bell, A. Heipe and W. E. Northrop,
the first four of whom are defendants
in ejectment suits now pending in the
District Court and in which the Alas
ka Juneau company is the plaintiff.
Notices of these protests were is
sued today by the Land office. The
objections are made on the allega-.
tions that the mining company is en
deavoring to secure a monopoly of the
waterfront of Juneau, that the pro
testants have been occupants of the
land in question since 1912, that the
mining company does not need these
milsites, and that the mining company
already has more than 6000 feet of
waterfront on Gastineau channel.
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INJURED PROSPECTOR
IS OPERATED UPON
4? ?
John W. Clark, the prospector who
was seriously Injured early In May
by falling over a cliff near Persever
ance, has Just sustained an operation
performed by a specialist in Washing
ton, D. C.. in which the bruised por
tion of his skull was removed and re
placed by a silver plate.
Clark was taken East by his broth
; er, E. F. Clark, shortly after the acci
dent." It is believed that his rccovory
! will be complete within a few weeks.
ANCHORAGE IS TO
HAVE DOG RACES
ANCHORAGE?The plans are about
perfected for the formation of a ken
nel club here for the purpose of inau
gurating dog racing and the co-opera
tion of Seward is eagerly looked for.
In addition to Seward the co-opera
tion of other places will also bo asked I
so that races for big purses may be'
brought off during the winter season.
It will probably bo the plan to havo
Inter-clty races, that is from one city
to another, and inter to have cham
pionship events In which the various
towns and localities will be pitted
against each other.
FOR RENT?Unfurnished, 2-room
apartments, phone 256. 24-tf
i FOR RENT?Piano in good condition.
| address ZD Empire. 11-23-tf
MACHINIST IS
DROWNED PROM
TENAKEE BOAT
Ernest Nolson, formorly a machin
ist ni Treadwell, was drowned by
falling off tho St Nicholas Tuesday,
according to word brought by Capt,
Jaraes Davis of the St. Nicholas when
he docked here Wcdnosday afternoon,
Nelson had complained of his room
being too warm and went out on deck
before lunch, Davis said, Shortly af
ter lunch, or about 2 o'clock he went
out again. At 4:30 when Capt. Davis
started to take up the fares he could
not locate tho man when a thorough
search failed to find him it " was de
cided that he had fallen overboard.
Nelson. In company with John
Swanson and C. A. Moberg boarded
the St. Nicholas at Douglas. On her
return trip the boat put in to shore
to land a searching party, but no trace
of the missing man was found. Ern
est Nelson was a native of Oland,
Sweden, and was unmarried. %
"EDITH 0." BROKE
UP WITHIN 2 HOURS
AFTER STRIKING ROCKS
According to "Chick" Harris, the
wrecked launch Edith G.t on which
he and P. J. Cleveland were going to
Skagway, ran aground on rocks at the
mouth of tho Chilcat river, near
Haines, when the engine stopped.
"We were going along alright, last
Saturday morning," said Mr. Harris,
"when suddenly the engine gave a dy
ing gasp and quit. The boat drifted
onto the rocks and wo had a hard time
getting away and waves four feet
high were hitting us. Within two
hours nothing but wreckage was left
of tho launch."
FAIRBANKSAN GOES
TO GET HIS BRIDE
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Julius Hoffman, a leading business
man of Fairbanks, passed through to
Seattle on tho steamship Northwest
ern this morning, and when he returns
to Fairbanks ho will be accompanied
by a bride. Hoffman has not been to
the Outside in 17 years. He owns a
large barber shop in the Tanana me
tropolis and much real estate in that
city.
LIBRARIAN COLE WILL
BECOME GENERAL MERCHANT
Thomas Cole, librarian at the Unlt
od States courthouse, will leave Ju
neau shortly after Decembor 1 for
Waterville, Wash., to engage in bus
iness with his father-in-law, John F.
Rogers. Mr. Cole had made his res
ignation effective December 1.
We carry all the leading stand
ard pianos and player pianos. Edison
Diamond Disc phonograph, Victor and
Columbia talking machines, spld on
easy payments. Small musical Instru
ments, sheet music. All tho records
for all the machines all the time at
JUNEAU MUSIC HOUSE. 11-26-15
TIDEFLAT IS SOLD
According to a deed filed this mor
ning in tho Recorder's office, Albert
Barney has sold to Fred Boynton a
tract of tldeflat near the Junction of
West 5th and Willoghby Avenue, for
a consideration of $300. The tract
measures 40 x 70 feet.
WILLOW CREEK MINING
COMPANY WORKS WINTER
William Martin, manager of the Al
aska Free Gold Mining Company, of
tho Willow Creek states that the mim
ing season was pretty fair this' year.
He will keep 20 men at the mine all
winter, and says that work will com'
mehce Immediately for the hauling ol
acol from Moose creek. In the Matan
uska fields, to his mines and will
keep his stamp mills going this win
tor by steam.?(Seward Gateway.
MARRIED WEDNESDAY.
Miss Augusta Atkins and I,. L. Ball
were married Wednesday evening bj
U. S. Commissioner J. B. Marshall
Mr. Ball is a popular-employee of thf
Perseverance mine, while Miss Atkim
has been employed at the home of R
C. Hurley. The couple are registered
at the Alaskan Hotel.
RONAN AND JAMES HAVE
PICKED UP THE LEAC
Advices received from the coast
state that Jack Ronan and Bennett
James, both former residents of Fair
banks, have picked up the lead agalt
on the Skeen-Stevenson property it
the Moose Pass which they bough
for cash some time ago. Tho owneri
started to work as soon as they ac
quired tho property, but the lead fault
ed. They drifted and have picked uj
the lead again.? (Fairbanks News
Miner.)
?
I The Modern Way
? is to eliminate the dirt, dust and germs, making the home
.t sanitary and comfortable, by using an
I ElECTRIC VACUUM CLEANER
t You can run your sewing machine for one-fourth of
? a cent per hour. Life is too short to use up your energy
? in this way when you can secure electric power so cheaply.
! IRON With ELECTRICITY
? It saves fuel, time and labor. It is cleaner than other fuels,
? and absolutely guarantees an even, regular temperature,
| thus making smoother, better work.
I Alaska Electric Light and Power Co. f
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HIPPODROME RINK
Roller Basket Ball Thanksgiv
ing Eve. Masquerade Skating
and Prize Contests Thanksgiv
ing Day and Evening.
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t EVERYTHING in the line of WINES. LIQUORS, CIGARS "
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I JUNEAU LIQUOR CO.,Inc. jj
The Family Liquor Store" ? Phone 94 ? Free Delivery. "
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11111 I' I i -rv-I"!1 i ; i i i t t t i i t ?> t t-r i-? .
I GOODMAN Alaskan Hotel B T iiBACH I
^ Headquarters for COMMERCIAL MEN =s* |
1 GROCERIES AND 1
1 MEN'S GOODS }
f Alaska-Gastineau Mining Co. f
I THANE. ALASKA |
I^ew Stock Hard Wheat Flour |
The SCANDINAVIAN GROCERY ? General Merchandise I
Phone 211. Opp- City Dock. Agrts. Peerless Concrete Blocks |
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The grotto
f I C. R. BROPHY I ?;
? Distributors of High Class, Doable DC
Stamp Whiskey, Wines and Cordials y 7.
Olympia and Rainier Beer
? ?Y 9S FRONT STREET TELEPHONE NO. 210 ?1
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===== INCORPORATED
?
'* Largest Stock Best Brands of
*> Imported and Domestic Liquors
?* and Wines for Family Use.
* Free Concert Every Evening 7 Till 12
:* Free Delhrery. Mail Orders a Specialty. Telephone 6&G \
il O THE HOUSE OF
Louvre oar good liquors \
The Famous Waterfili and Freazier Whiskies
MOVING PICTURES EVERY EVE. 8 TO 12 O'CLOCK
E. S. HOLDEN. MANAGER
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IF YOU ARE PARTICULARLY INTERESTED IN THE PRICE AND
QUALITY OF YOUR BUTTER AND EGGS. YOU WILL CALL AT Gl
VANETTI'S. YOU WILL ALSO FIND A SPECIAL PRICE ON DRY
GOODS OF ALL KINDS. A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE YOU.
PHONE 385 J. M. GIOVANETTI Prompt Service
FINE POULTRY "!????*
full Hm freoh anJ cured meats-Government Inspected. Try our Wfld Rose Lard
Frye-Bruhn Market
While it Lasts
W? Will Sell Any Piece of
ALOMINOM WARE
In Our Window for?
25c.
Bread Pane, Sauce Pans, Pie Plates,
Children's Sets, Etc., Every Article a
Bargain.
i IF IT'S HARDWARE, WE HAVE IT
|
Juneau Hardw'reCo.
114-146 FRONT ST. PHONE 248
Order Coal
I WE ARE THE ONLY coal dealers in Juneau wjio
got coal on fhe freighter "Redondo."
We are playing no favorites, and all coal con
sumers _wijl have their orders filled as long as
there is a pound left in our warehouse. ?
FEMMER & RITpR
" ,
WOMEN'S AND MISSES' 1
Atliena Underwear
Union suits of fine Sea Island Cotton,
low neck, no sleeve, ankle length,
sizes 34 in. to 44 in. bust .. $1.50 SUIT
Union suits of heavy Cotton, Dutch
neck, elbow sleeve, ankle length,
size 34, 36, 38 $1.50 SUIT
Sizes 40, 42, 44, at $1.75 SUIT
Union suits medium weight Cotton,
high neck, long sleeve, ankle length,
size 34, 36, 38 $1.50 SUIT
Sizes 40, 42, 44, at $1.75 SUIT
Women's 2-piece Cotton underwear.
, high neck, long sleeve, ankle length,
Sizes 34 to 44 75c GARMENT
Womens heavy Merino underwear high
neck, long sleeve, ankle length,
Sizes 34 to 44, at $1.75, $2.00 and $2.75
the Suit
WOMEN'S FINE MERINO UNDER
WEAR, Dutch neck, elbow sleeve,
ankle length, sizes 34, 36, and
38, at $2.75 GARMENT
?Sizes 40, 42, 44 at .. $3.00 GARMENT
(Medium Weight)
Women's 2-piece underwear, fine Me
rino, all shapes are to be had in
these garments, sizes 34 to 44, at $1.25
$1.50, $1.75, $2.00, $2.75 and $3.00 the
garment.
Women's fine silk and wool union
suits, Dutch neck, elbow sleeve end
ankle length, sizes 34, 36 and 38,
at . $3.50 SUIT
Sizes 40, 42 and 44, at .... $4.00 SUIT
Women s and Misses' Wooltex, Kenyon
F ^ and F aimer Garments ^ P
We still have a splendid line to choose from. All sizes, large
varity of materials and styles at SUBSTANTIAL REDUCTIONS.
B. M. BEHRENDS CCnnc 1
Many styles of dainty Christmas
cards to make your selection from
at C. E. Cartwright's. 26-3t.
Everybody roads Empire "ads."
?HH I I 1 II II IIII I I 1M1 I II I I fr
THE KINYON'S |
-? Confections, Lunches, Peanuts -?
II and crisp, buttered pop-corn and J
Hot Drinks !!
;; 121 SEWARD 8 T.
4* Next Dream Theatre ?
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Smith's Auto Stage
To PERSEVERANCE
Leaves Juneau Dally
11:00 n.m. 5:00 p.m. 11:00 p.m.
Leaves Perseverance
1:10 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 11:30 p.m.
Bile Pool Room and
sskan Hotel
rips Anywhere by j
ppolntment
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SAND AND GRAVEL
Ed. M. Kane
111 8eward St., Phone 227
Bunkers on Wllloughby Ave.
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I C. Petlovlch J. R. McNeil
? Old Kentucky Bar
I Hotel In Connection
Steam Heated
Family Orders Delivered Froe
I
I P. O. Bo* 577, Phono 91
I Front 8t. Juneau, Alaska
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3 NOWADAYS a woman is as
old as she feels, and to have
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the
, ALASKA STEAM LAUNDRY
do her work makes her feel
so young.
(III All Longs? 1
No Shorts. \
full Pints? |
Full Quarts.
KENTUCKY
MOONSHINE
I HHTHE NEW=H
| TRIANGLE BAR
MORRISON'S PLACE
Only 29 days
UNTIL CHRISTMAS
You will find pleasure in
Shopping Early at the Rexall
Store?We have* the
"GIFTS THAT GLADDEN"
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J. J. Meherln, representing Folger
& Co., returned on the Northwestern
from n business trip to Seward and
other Southwestern Alaska points. He
cpects to go on to San Francisco for
his annual trip into the "house,"
soon.
A. E. Harris, traveling representa
tive of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St.
Paul railroad, returned on the North
1 western from a missionary trip to
Southwestern Alaska points.
Dr. W, \V. Council of Cordova pass
ed through this morning on the steam
ship Northwestern, enrouto to the
States, on mining business.
James McCloskcy left on the North
western for Seattle, on his way to
Madison, Wis., where his father died
Wednesday at the age of 99 years.
Z. J. Loussac, of the Juneau Drug
Co., has recovered from a severe at
tack of the grippe.
Ladies: If you would appear dis
tinguished get your hat at the Model.
11-17-tf.
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Christmas cards that will please
your friends and yourself at C. E.
Cartwrights. 22-3t
Everybody reads Empire "ads."
fi ^National Bank
??op TnNEAn==i
United States Deposits $100,000.00
Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits over.. 100,000.00
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS UNTIL 8:00 O'CLOCK
THE FIRST TERRITORIAL BANK
Douglas, Alaska OF ALASKA 26 Front St., Juneau
INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS, ^ 0
AND ON TIME DEPOSITS ^ o
Pot** Fenponnble Third and
iheBERGMANN'
Newly built and newly furnlehed, modern In all respects, steam
heated, electric lighted, Hot an d cold water In every room; bjtfh on
every Floor, Including a shower bath. Sanitary conditions pTrt-fect.
: Dining room In connection.
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W. A. FERGUSON FRED J. CHAPMAN
ierguson 8 Cfiapman
SUCCESSOR TO McCLOSKEY
GOOD WHISKEY. GOOD BEER. GOOD TREATMENT
DRAUGHT BEER 10c
09 FRONT STREET ????BlBSMltJL

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