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THE SALE YOU'VE WAITED FOR]
! Parisian Cloak and Suit Shop Clearance Sale
I Here's the Sale yoa Ladies have been waiting for. We sincerely hope that you will look upon this Sale as an opportunity for comparison of values, because we are confident I
such high grade apparel has never been sold for so little in Juneau?nor will it be this season. Values of the most sensational character. This store has had, this season, the
largest Suit. Coal and Dness business in Juneau. We will not carry one garment over from one season to another, therefore we offer every garment in stock at tremendous I
reductions regardless of price. , , ' I
$22.50 to $25.00 SUITS
Now For
$10.00
$15.00 to $17.50 COATS
Now For
$5.45.
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$12.50 to $15.00 DRESSES
Now For
$5.45.
$27.50 to $35.00 SUITS
Now For
_ $17.50
$20.00 to $22.50 COATS
Now For
$8.50
$17.50 to $22.50 DRESSES
Now For
$9.50
Suits
Coats
Dresses
$45.00 to $47.50 SUITS
Now For
$22.50
$30.00 to $32.50 COATS
Now For
$12.50
$25.00 to $30.00 DRESSES
Now For
N $17.50
$55.00 to $65.00 SUITS
Now For 1
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$27.50
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$35.00 to $37.50 COATS !
Now For ,
$15.00 '
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$15.00 to $22.50 Evening Dresses
Now For !
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$8.50 1
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TAILORED STREET SKIRTS
$10.00 to $12,50?Now for $4.45
MORNING FLANNALETTE KIMONAS
$2.5fl?Mow for $1.25
WAIST CLEARANCE
Crepe de Chines, Georgettes, Tafetas, Silk Laces
and Nets, $7.50 to $12.50, now for
$3.50
Attend this Sale for Waist Values Never
Before Known
JAPANESE CREPE KIMONAS
$3.0Q?Now $1.65.
ALL FURS IN STOCK AT
ONE-HALF PRICE
ISale Begins Tomorrow. Doors open a. 9 a. m. Closed at 8 p. m. Daring the Sale the Public is Cordially invited. COME EARLY AND GET FIRST CHOICE. - I .
"THE PARISIAN" Suit and Gloat Stop
HARR> ORANSKY, Prop. Third and Seward. 'Phnnp 9 7 r
Phone 2-7-6. GREENBAUMS, Mgr.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the Probate Court tor the Territory
of Alaska. Precinct of Sitka. Before
R. W. DoArmond, U. S. Commla
aioner and Ex-officio Probate Judge.
In the matter of the Estate of Robert
Witz, deceased.
Notice Is hereby given by the un
dersigned. executor of the estate of
Robert Wltz. deceased, to the credit
ors of. and all persons having claims
against the said deceased to exhibit
them, with the necessary vouchers.
within six months after the publlca
tloa of this notice, to the said execu
tor at his store at Sitka. Alaska, the
same being the place for the transac
tion of the business of said estate.
Dated at Sitka. Alaska, this 7th day
of December, A. D.. 191G.
GEORGE BARRON.
Executor Estate of Robert Wltz.
Flrs? publication, Dec. 13. 1915.
Last publication. Jan. 11. 1915
Hart Schaffner & Marx Suits at 25%
discount. Goldstein's Emporium 1-5-tf.
BUILDING CONTRACTORS
WILL MEET THIS EVENING
Juneau building contractors will;
meet tonight at 7 o'clock for the pur
pose of organizing. The meeting will
be held In the new building of E. J.
Dailey near tho Ferry slip.
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Hart Schaffner & Marx Suits at 25%
discount. Goldstein's Emporium 1-S-tf.
You saw it first in The Empire.
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THE 1916 |
| TELEPHONE
DIRECTORY
Will be on the presses
January 10, 1916
?
I Please write any change or addresses that
you desire undei%our name and either
mail or hand to A, C. WILLIAMS,
who may be found at the old
telephone office.
I Juneau and Douglas
Telephone System
SEWARD MAN IS ON WAY
SOUTH TO BECOME ACTOR
WITH UNIVERSAL COMPANY
Aboard the steamer Alameda for tho
south Is Joe Kacrosky, who for a num
ber of years has been employed at
Brown &? Hawkins, at Seward. There
perhaps Is nothing strange In the
single announcement of Mr. Kacros
ky's trip, to the average person, but
this party has been Borne actor. In
fact ho has B.'gnod an engagement
with tho Universal Film Company,
now operating near Los Angeles, and
no doubt tho several Alaska films ho
[ Is billed to appear In will be thrown
shortly on thes croons of the local
houses.
PRIZES AWARDED
Last Saturday night being prize
night at Turner's Hall there was a
large and enthusiastic crowd. The
following were given prizes: Mrs.
George Cloudy, $2.50; Miss Mae Par
ker, $2.50; Marcus Stroud, $3.50; E.
Callahan, $3.05.
WEDDING BELLS TO
RING IN JUNEAU
Two weddings are scheduled to take
j place hero this week. Tomorrow cv
| enlng at tho Parish house, Miss An
na Cashen of Douglas will become the
bride of Clark Ardary of Douglas.
The marriage of Miss Marian Sut
ton and George W. Folta of Juneau
{ will he solemnized hero Saturday.
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ALAMEDA TAKING 1350 TONS
OF ORE SOUTH TO SMELTERS
The Alameda Is certainly an ore
craft the present trip south, having
1350 tons aboard. One thousand tons
was loaded at Cordova from the Ken
nccott mines, two hundred tons were
aboard from Latouche. one hundred
tons from the Dubcll mine and fifty
tons which wero taken aboard at
Thane.
FORMER PARK DIRECTOR
ON WAY TO INTERIOR
James Galen, superintendent of Gla
cier National Park during the Taft
administration. Is a guest at the New
Cain. He Is on his way to the Tolo
vana. and will go overland from Chit
j lna, by stage. He expects to leave
| for Cordova on the Northwestern.
$1,000 BUYS three-room modern
cottage, bath. Level lot 40x90. Not
encumbered. Apply P. O. Box 986.
?(1-10-lmo.) ?
SCOTCH GIRL wishes position.
General housework. Apply Empire of
fice?ALIj. 1-10-2L
(DO YOU KN0W?1;
n praflMWW, WMWuWLUMiiaj,, 1 o
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i: JUNEAU HAS THE BEST j;
:: Tailor Shop in Alaska::
! ? ITS <'
!i Irving Co., Inc.!!
FRONT AND MAIN STS. J [
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+ FIRE DEPARTMENT *
* MEETING TONIGHT +
' + ?+? ?
+ The Fire Department will +
* hold a special meeting tonight +
+ at 7:30 o'clock and Chief Frie- <?
I + man requests that all members *
+ attend. * i
* *
+ **?*? + **?**??> + *
EMPIRE EDITOR LEAVES
John W. Troy, editor and owner of
Tho 'Empire, left this afternoon on
the Alameda, accompanied by his
daughter Helen. They will visit in
Seattle and San Frnncisco beforo re
turning.
Miss Troy will be a guest of Miss
Georgia Caro, at Palo Alto for several
days during her father's stay in San
Francisco.
The Empire prints more papers and
has by a long way the most regular
paid subscribers of any newspaper in
Alaska. ???
Let The Empire do your printing.
Give The Emplro an opportunity to
quote you priceB on printing.
Hart. Schaffncr & Marx Coata 1-3
off. Goldstein's Emporium. 1-G-tf.
Let The Empire do your printing.
D5MM
MONDAY ONLY
"OLD JACKSON'S GIRL."?
2-Rccl Thanhouser
"THE GOLDEN G008E,"? 2
Reel Broncho
"HAROLD'8 TOUPEE."
Comedy
FIVE REEL8?10 and 15c.
COMING?The great actor, ?
WM. FARNUM In "THE SIGN
OF THE CROSS"?4 Reela and
a 2-Reel Keystone 8pecial.
TUE8DAY, WEDNESDAY, and
' THUR8DAY
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' Personal Mention * -
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J. E. Johnson loft today for Seattle,
le will consult an eye specialist In
'egard to an affliction of the eye.
Crlt Tolman of Seward, who has
aeon visiting here for several weeks,
oft today for Seattle. He expects
:o return within a short time.
Mrs. Ida Bcale left on tho Alameda
Loday for Seattle. She expects to re
turn within a month or six weeks.
B. C. Delzclle, the broker left on
tho Alameda this afternoon for Seat
tle. Mrs. Delzclle Is expected to ar
rive in Seattle shortly after Mr. Del
telle reaches there and she will un
lergo an operation at one of the Seat
tle hospitals.
M. S. Hunter and Archie Mooney, of
Thane, are both registered at the
"aln hotel.
Fred Copeland, of Douglas, Is spend
ing a couple of days in Juneau and
Is at the Cain hotel.
'Harry Goldenharra guest for somo
Lime at the Alaskan, left on the Ala
meda for a trip to the States.
Mall Clerk Inspector E. G. Wetzlor,
who has been a guest at the Alaskan
hotel for the past week, left cn tho
Alameda for Ketchikan.
Donald McDonald, connected with
the Alaska Rallrond Commission at
Seward, was a passenger south on tho
Alameda and during the stop of tho
Btoamcr visited many friends hero.
W. H. Cuddy, formerly with Blum
& Company, at Valdez, visited around
Juneau today while the Alameda was
in port Mr. Cuddy will go south for
a short tr.'p and- it Is his Intention to
return to Juneau where ho will seek
employment
Mrs. E. M. Huff has received word
that her daughter Is 111 in a hospital
at Vancouver, B. C. Her condition Is
not serious..
M008E MEET TONIGHT
Juneau Lodge No. 700, Loyal Order
of Moose meets tonight. Visiting
members are cordially welcome.
1-10-1L T. J. McCAUL, Sec'y.
? Good T??th Good Appearance and Health ^
I High-Class Dentistry j
At San Francisco Dental Parlora ? Prices Reasonable T
J> Dr. Halford So ward Bids. Or. Badgero x
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GOODMAN Alaskan Hotel JURBACH I
President =======^^ ManaifCr
-? Headquarters for COMMERCIAL MEN ? |
Old Reliable Line ^ ^ I
ffari ^rifafftter $c iUarx I
Clothing I
ALWAYS WORTH OUR ASKING PRICE; STYLES RIGHT, FAB
RIC RIGHT, FIT RIGHT, PRICED RIGHT.
f OVERCOATS *1 |
Hart Schaffner & Marx |
OUR STOCK OF THI8 FAMOUS MAKE 18 MOST CAREFULLY
SELECTED FOR APPRECIATIVE AND EXACTING BUYERS.
Copyrijbt Cart SchaZfarr Si Mom |
It is a Stetson!
Wc carry many styles of this Best of all make of Hats
ALASKA TREADWELL GOLD MINING CO. j

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