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? ? ? ? ? T ? ? | Robert Simpson ? % Optometrist and Optician ? : | ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 11 : . - I ? T I | ? ?-? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? MILLY CARLONE THE MERCHANT TAILOR Cleaning, pressing and repairing a specallty. First class work guaranteed. We call and deliver, phone 70. St. Ann Ave- Ooug'as *?+??*??+*+**?++* + < ?> OLYMPIA OYSTERS * + FRESH + * Served directly from the shell ? + to you. Any style + + DOUGLAS GRILL. Front St + + + p p THE p * ROYAL GRILL A First Class Restaurant When in Douglas take your meals with us. We serve the best of every thing the market affords. Open All Hours DOUGLAS ? ? ? ALASKA An Electric Motor For lour Row Boat In 3 sires. '/3. 1, and V/3 horse power. Runs on storage batteries ?clean, powerful, simple? much cheaper than any other form of power. For catalogue and full par ticulars. see or write K. Lawrence, Douglas. <? DOUGLAS UNDERTAKING PARLORS H. V. SULLY. Propr. Funeral director and licensed embalmer. Lady attendanL Phone 82. Front St., Douglas ? * * FREE MOVING PICTURES EVERY NIGHT From 7:30 to 10:00 O'clock BUTTE BAR - ? DOUGLAS * f. - ?- ?- ; i?: + j ISLAND NEWS NOTES 4 I ??? DOUGLAS, Jan. 15.?Joseph Bonlno five-year old son of Mrs. Throsa Bon lno, was slightly injured in a coasting accident which occurred Thursday af ternoon. He was on a sled with young Francis Kronaulst at tho time the lat ter lost control of it and ran Into a wagon near the Lyric Theatre. The Bonino bay was not as badly hurt as the Kronquist lad. He received a cut over one of his eyes, which required three stitches. His injuries were dressed by Dr. A. R. Sargent, who re ports that they are superfic'al. Tho progressive hand ball tourna ment will open at the Treadwell Club tonight. B. Pcrovlch and O. Olsen are slated to begin the series. Tho en trants for the contest are B. Perovich, 0. Olsen. J. Keene, H. E. Chambers. B. Graham. J. Wilson. F. A. Rapp. C. Wolff, W. F Ducev. L. Higley, E. Keiman. W. Barqulst, Pat Casey, Thos. Cronan and F. E. Putton. Tho boxing class will meet at the Treadwell Club rooms tomorrow after noon at 4 o'clock. Pat Scott and Nor man Worth w'll give the class in struction. Earl Denhara. whose hand was rec ently injured is Improving very rap 1 Idly, and it Is thought he will be able to return to work within a few days. W. A. Fleek. an amalgamator at the i 240 Mill, will lay off next Monday : for a two-month's vacation. Jchn H. Stanfleld, who has been employed for several months at the experimental mill, of the 700 Mill, will on next Monday start work at the 240 Mill. Mrs. O. E. Bennett, wife of one of the Treatlwell employees, arrived on the Admiral Evans, with the Intention of making this her future home. The Bennetts have rented a cottage on St Ann Avenue, near Brie's Drug Store. Owen T. Webber has removed his family from Douglas to the Mexican Apartments at Treadwell, wliero they will live in the future. The Treadwell Fire Department met at the Firemen's Hall last night. The fire chief read a very interesting report, and the question of g'vlng a rmoker was taken up and discussed. The firemen decided to give the smok erfl but have not yet fixed the date. After the business was finished the usual four-reel moving picture show was witnessed. C. R. PIERCE RETURNS DOUGLAS. Jan. 15. C. R. Fierce, wife and son came up on the North western last night, and arc stoppng at the Hunter Hotel. Pierce was one of those who answered the call of the North in the early days. Ho worked at Treadwell, under the McDonald regime, twelve years ago. About that time he became affected with the news of the strikes that had been made in the Copper River country, so he moved into the interior, where ho remained until 1013, when he niado a small strike and returned to the out side. Pterce says that during the last year he was employed in prospecting a quartz claim at Marysville. Montana, near Helena, but it was too low grade for a man of small means to make it pay. ORPHEUM THEATfiE DOUGLAS Saturday ulght and Sunday mat inee, Jan, 15th and 16. Matlneo at 3 p. m. . ' / First show 7:30; second, 8:45. Admission 10 and 25 cents. Mat !neo 5 and 15 cents. "Broncho Billy and the Baby." fea turing Helen Holmes. "Home Coming of Henry," "Lodgings For Two." Sunday and Monday, Jan. 16?17 First show 7:30; second 9:00. "Checkers." five acts taken from Henry Blossom's great novel, a pow erful story of the race track. Featur ing Thomas W. Hobs and an all-star cast of 100 people. Charley Chaplin, two acts iu "The ! Property man." , You won't laugh; you'll cry. Coming?"A Royal Imposter," "The Melting Pot," "Juggernaut," etc. SOCIAL AND REUNION DOUGLAS CONGREGATION At tho meeting of St. Luko's Guild. Douglas, on Thursday, plans were made for a get-together social and family reunion of all members of tho congregation and friends of tho church early in February, in the Labor Un ion Hall. JUNEAU PHYSICIAN OPERATES ON FORMER CAPITAL CITY BOY While he was in Seattle recently, Dr. Earlo M. Bevls of Juneau por j formed an operation on Russell Cra mer. son of Mr. and Mrs. John M. i Cramer, which was entirely success ful. Young Cramer attended school here while his parents wore residents : of Juneau, Mr. Cramer at that time i having been secretary-treasurer of Tho | Kmpiro. OR. OH AS. D. CARTER. ?+? Modern dentistry In all branches, specializing In plate work, using the method of Dr. Sam'l G. Supplce, of New York. Plates made by this meth od will give absolute satisfaction ? >phono 3. 11-22-tf JURY IS GIVEN RECESS The regular erapanneled Jury In the : district court is taking a recess hav ing been excused until Monday. ? ? * New Confectionery OF DOUGLAS A LA GRAFF A full line of fruits, nuts, can dles. tobacco and cigars; also staple groceries, at prices that are right. A LA GRAFF COCKTAILS and HORSERADISH, .our specialties. We guarantee satisfaction or refund your money. When In Jur.eau, visit our store there. Four nice rooms for rent. GRAFF BROTHERS, Props. [Bargains! Bargains! In order to close out the following lines, we will offer them without reservation, at * ?3 the greatest reductions ever given on Douglas Island, for three days only. Saturday, Monday and Tuesday, Jaja. 15, 17 and 18 LADIES* FURS One lot Ladies' furs, brown Isabella Coney and Black French Coney, formerly .$6 to $10. GREAT BARGAIN, $4 to $6. LADIES' COATS A fine line of Scotch Tweeds and Fancy All-Wool mixtures, in brown, grays, plaids and tans?very stylish?sizes 32 to 40, for merly $12 to $20. I EXCEPTIONAL BARGAINS $7.50 TO $12 . DRESS GOODS BATISTE An elegant line of All-Wool Batiste, 36 inches wide?in navy, old rose and mordore. Regular value 85c, a great snap at 40 CENTS PER YARD ALBATROSS A splendid line All-Wool Albatross, 36 inch wide, in heliotrope and navy blue. A good value at 75c. To close out at PER YARD, 50 CENTS LADIES' COATING TWEEDS A very fine line of All-Wool tweed coating, 54 inches wide, in gray and brown mixtures. A strong value at the regular price of $2.25. To close out PER YARD, $1.50. CHECKS and STRIPES A very good quality All-Wool Cloth, in checks and stripes, suitable for coats or suits. 40 inches -wide, sold regularly at $1 to $1.25. To close out PER YARD, 50c to 75c. CHILDREN'S COATS In velvet corduroy, fancy plush, fancy plaid wool, Scotch tweeds, all colors. 4 to 14 years. Very good values at $3 to $10? TO CLOSE OUT, $2 to $6. CHILDREN'S SWEATER SUITS All-Wool Sweater Suits, consisting of cap, leggings and sweaters. Good values at $2.25 to $3.00? TO CLOSE OUT, $1.75 to $2.25. Children's Blouse and Sailor Suits Best quality AU-Wool serge, in brown, and navy and black? $5.00 VALUES $3.50. | BOYS' SUITS | In All-Wool serges, fancy stripes, plaids, |] tweeds and corduroys. 3 to 16 years. Values [1 $4.00 to $10.00?GREAT BARGAINS TO CLOSE OUT, $2.50 to $6.00 I] HOUSE SLIPPERS 1 Our entire stock of Ladies' and Children's n felt house slippers, in red, green, gray and 0 black, fur trimmed. Values $1.00 to $2.25? fj TO CLOSE OUT, 50c to $1.25. YOUR MONEY BACK WITH A CHEERFUL SMILE If you are not satisfied that everything we offer you is a genuine bargain. We will be pleased to have you call and examine our goods, whether you buy or not. General [rj^ ?Lji Douglas Store A ? lit . JL Alaska |, . ? ? 1 ? ? " ; ? ? LAST CALL to attend Goldstein's Big Sale. Tomorrow, Saturday, is your only chance left to avail yourself of this splendid opportunity. Lots of good numbers still here for your selection. Remember, $1.00 will buy for you ladies with small feet a splendid pair of Shoes. Big reductions all over our store. Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothing 25 per * 1 cent off. GOLDSTEIN'S EMPORIUM EVERYTHING FOR EVERYBODY | (lyric DOUGLAS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Jan. 14?15. Episode 10 "THE BLACK BOX" Two Parts I "The Ship of Horror." Bison Feature Two Parts "THE PHANTOM LIGHT" An Indian Phantasy Comedy A MURDEROUS ELOPEMENT 10 and 15 Cents Only One Show Saturday Night at 7:30 p. m. CITY WATER. ALSO FLUID FROM SALMON CREEK WILL GO SOUTH ON SENATOR Two gallons of water secured from Salmon creek by City Clerk and Mag istrate Pettlt will be expressed to the University of Washington tomorrow on the Senator. One gallon taken from the present city system will al so be sent south. Tho Salmon Creek water was se cured from two places, one gallon as it flowed from the first reservoir and another gallon taken below tho I-ower dam. Following the expressnge of the samples of water to Seattle for a complete analysis, the Alaska Gastin <?nu Mining Company engineers will send a complete map with data re garding Salmon Creek. Tho map is a most comprehensive one and will show all interesting facts which will be employed by tho department of tho University of Washington In givl Ing the City of Juneau a complete and full statement concerning both the present city water and that from Salmon Creek. ? ') SILVERWARE FOR ALL OCCASIONS A full line of "Rogers 1847," which has successfully stood the test for more than sixty nine years, and a complete line of Community Silver, guaran teed for fifty years; also, any thing you want In Sterling Sil ver. Full sets of Knives, Spoons, forks, etc., In cabinets. Sets of Knives and Forks Sets o? Berry Spoons Sets of Spoons Carving Sets Gravy Ladles Soup Ladles Sugar Shells Pickle Forks Cold Meat Forks In fact, anything you want In sets or odd pieces, at surpris ingly low prices. Paul BloedLorn JEWELER Front Street Douglas 1 I BRIE'S Cream lotion positively heals chap ped skin, which Is caused by the cold and wind, 25c and 50c the bottle. BRIE DRUG C., DOUGLAS. FIREMEN'S BALL TO BE ELABORATE The tenth annual I all of the Juneau fire department will bo the most elab orate dance ever glw n by the fire lad dies, and great preparations aro bo lng rnado for decoration. The ball will bo given on the night of Lincoln's birthday, February 12, In the Arctic Brotherhood hall, with Dy er's orchestra < ngagod for the music. From 9 o'clock until 1 a. m., It will be "on with the dance." A special fer ry service between Juneau and the neighboring towns will be provided. The ball committee consists of J. Woodard, chairman, and A. H. Zleg ler and Alex. C. Carrlgan. ? BRIDAL PARTY IS GOING WEST ON NORTHWESTERN There Is a bridal party aboard the Northwestern, first particulars which were given earlier In the week In press dispatches to The Empire. F. I. Munson, of Seward, and Mrs. Rose Fetterly, wer o married by Capt. O'Brien aboard tho steamer the sec ond day the vessel was out from Seat tle?Wednesday, Jan. 12, Alex Mc Donnld, agent for tho Alaska Steam hip Co., at Seward, and purser Shcp hard were tho witnesses. During tho j itay of tho Northwestern in port tho: newly weds visited friends. TREADWELL A. B.'S IN JUNEAU CAMP; SMOKER IN HONOR Tlie members of Camp Treadwell No, 14 will surrender their member ahip in that camp next Tuesday even 'ng and will consolidate with Camp! luneau No. 32, Arctic Brotherhood. | The former camp has been inactive ? 'or the past three years. Tho Tread well camp members will come into the luneau enmp In good standing and will take their places among tho ac tive members of the latter. The local camp members are plan ning a smnll smoker And feast for next Tuesday for tho members only is a welcome to their brothers from 'ho opposite side of the Channel. A -ommittce composed of Grover Winn, Hugh P. Crowlher. and M. S. Perk'ns has been appointed to arango the de tails of the cven'ng's entertainment. The tank in the new building has j hcen closed for the past week while 'he painters and caipenters finished 'he Interior work. The leak in thej 'ank which has been bothering since J tho tank opened was fixed last night | md when tho tank reopens early next [ week everything w'll be In first class 'hape and the building will bo kept open continuously for members of the Arctic Brotherhood and their families and spectators. KICKS ON ADMINISTRATOR Janlca Milatovich, through her at torneys, Georgo Irving and J. H. Cobb, hns filed a petition In tho United States Commissioner's Court, asking f<y the dismissal of Mita Milatovich as administrator of her husband's es tate, and the revocation of his author ity. Mrs. Milatovich alleges the ad ministrator has not been true to his trust, that he is depriving her and i her fatherless children of certain rights. Telephone it to The Empire, No 374. 4 + HOSPITAL NOTES I r + * Mrs. Charles Carter has left St. Anu's for her home. R. P. Nelson, the book store man, has so far recovered from his recent I operation for appendicitis, that he will possibly leave the hospital today. JAP IS SENTENCED A Japnneso by the namo of Yura, who was arrested at Petersburg for peddling booze, which caused the I death by drowning of an Indian at that place, has been found guilty. He has been sentenced to ten months In the Federal prison here, according to word received todny by the United States Commissioner's office. MOTION FOR NEW TRIAL Shackleford & Bayless today made a motion for a new trial in the caso of tho Pacific Coast Co., and 0. H. Messerschm'dt against J. R. Steven son for possession of certain proper ty. Yesterday Judge Jennings dis missed the case owing to insufficient evidence. Attorney Bayless today, ' In his motion says this was au error, that evidence submitted did not jus tify such action. PIANO FOR SALE Chlckering piano for sale cho^p. Ap- ( ply C. Gundlach, near Juneau Dairy. on 12th St. l-13-3t. < | CITY BAR] I r=i douglas r=i: ? Phone Orders Promptly t i Attended to * | PHONE 5-4 t ?+++???????????????4?4???< *??????????44444* * + ? MARINE NOTES + 4 4 ? i + + + v The Adm!ral Evans arrived from Seattle today, wesbound. She has 300 tons of freight for channel points. The Admiral Farragut leavea Seat tle tonight for the North. Tho Senator Is In port from Seattle. She sails south tomorrow with mall. Tho freighter Despatch Is In the harbor. The Northwestern proceeded Wost during the night . Tho AI-KI leaves Seattle Monday for Juneau. RYAN ESCAPES WITH FINE Louis Ryan, nrrested for killing leer out of season, has been fined by U. S. Commissioner Marshall. $5 and :osta. Buy from I Empire Advertisers j AND SAVE YOUR SALES SLIPS AND RE CEIPTED BILLS. YOU MAY WIN A SHARE OF THE S25.00 IN PRIZES | There is practically no work to this BUY-AT-HOME fi Contest. Just save your SALES SLIPS and Receipted Bills |J issued by Empire Advertisers and get your friends to save ^ theirs' for you. SALES SLIPS of the smallest Store, if ? an Empire Advertiser count the same as those issued by E the larger stores. Sa^e them all and start January 19th. ? Contest closes February 19th. PRIZES FOR INDIVIDUALS I CIA AA Woman with largest amount of Sales Slips 1 MU.UU and Receipted Bills. ? 3 irn no Man with largest amount of Sales Slips and Re ceipted Bills. ft H C A SchooJ PuPil with largest amount of Sales Slips f and Receipted Bills.