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! HAPPY CHRISTMAS FOR EVERYBODY ::
I A HOLIDAY ~STOCK
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t That Is First in Variety and Quality and
Fairest in Price j >
? My beautiful display of gifts meets all requirements from FIRST
X to LAST. New and beautiful designs in cut glass, mahogany and o
chime clocks, gold handled umbrellas, gold mounted fountain pens. J J
Silverware of endless variety, all sorts of nugget Jewelry, hundreds
? of first class watches In beautifully engraved cases, and the dls- ?>
X Play of diamonds and other precious stones is unusually large. Get <?
J one of these if you can't think of anything else. * J
? My store is old. (having beou established in Juneau for twen- <>
f ty-seven years) but the stock is fresh and new, and when you get 1?
J it at Valentine's you know'it is right. J*
| E. VALENTINE j;
? FRONT STREET JUNEAU. ALASKA )?
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WHEN YOU NEED ;?
f Furniture, Mattresses, Stoves, Ranges::
Cooking Utensils or Crockery
:! and vou want full value for your money go to ;;
I JOHN P. BENSON, the Furniture Dealer::
Cor. Third and Seward Streets, Juneau
? ? Tons upon tons of new and up-to-date goods arrive at our store every week ? ?
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OLYMPIA BEER
"IT'S THE WATER"
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; Juneau Transfer Co.?
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X Moving Carefully Done ?
X Baitgaire Our Long Suit ?
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Ferro Engines
Now carried in stock. Call
and inspect samples
Alaska Supply Co.
Sale Agents
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104 Second St Juneau, Alaska
Berry's Store
Christmas Gifts
Arriving on Every Boat for
Everybody
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;; The Alaska Grill
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Place in Town
;! Best of Everything Served 1
at Moderate Prices
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? THE BEST LOAF OF ?
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X G. MESSERSCHMIDT, Prop, j
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First National
Bank
OF JUNEAU
CAPITAL $50,000
SURPLUS $10,000
UNDIVIDED PROFITS $15,000
DEPOSITS OVER $400,000
Complete facilities for the
transaction of any banking
business.
OFFICERS
T. F. KENNEDY. Pres.
JOHN RECK, Vice-Prea.
A. A. GABBS, Cashier
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DIRECTORS
F. W. BRADLEY
E. P. KENNEDY
GEO. F. MILLER
T. F. KENNEDY
JOHN RECK
P. H. FOX
A! A. GABBS
M. J. O'CONNOR
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HIGH BROWS WIN
YESTERDAY'S GAMEI
The first football game ever played
iu Juneau was witnessed yesterduy
afternoon ut the baseball park by sev
eral hundred people. The opposing
toums were the Juneau High, coach
ed and captained by Earl Jameson,
and a picked team coached and cap
tained by Jess. Neville.
The weather was ideal?just a
hint of frost in the air, though tho
ground was soft and yielding frcyn
the coplus rains of tho day before.
The Klukwnn native brass band oc
cupied seats in the grand stand and
played Inspiring airs in the brief In
tervals between plays.
It Is altogether probable not more
than half the people present had ever
seen a football game, but they soon
became intensely interested?enthus
iasm was not lacking from the au
dience.
A bevy of high school girls and
teachers were there adding quite ma
terially in the cheering for the High
Brows. Following are a few of the
yells and songs that found audible
expression.
"Hobble, gobble , robble gobblo,
Zip boom bah.
Hobble, gobble, robble gobble.
Zip Boom Zam.
We plnv football and don't give a
Hobble gobble, robble gobble
Zip Boom Zam.
Song.
'?Bring on the Outlaw players now,
And start the football row.
And give two cheers for the Outlaws.
Itali, Hah."
"Bring on the team of the brave High
brows
They will show the Outlaws how
And we must start them with a loud
Hah. Hah."
"Strawberry Shortcake, Huckleberry J
Pie.
Whose winning now. Old Juneau
High.
Hi HI Sky Hi-Hot?Cold Wet or Dry.
Get there Juneau High.
Re Hi Ho Ring Ching Chang.
Juneau High School
The Town team also had its admir
ers among the fair sex. Here are a
few of the ye'ls:
"Rah. Rah, Rah, Rah. Rah, Rah, R-e-e
Hurrah for the Outlaws, bold and free.
"Zip Boom Bang.
Rinka Chlnka Rinka Chinka. Rinka
1 Chinka Chaug; High Brows
Zlpa-booma Zipa-booma? Zipu-booma
bang?Outlaws.
The High School lads secured a
touchdown in the first quarter
through a brilliant run around the
end by Jameson who got the ball on
a fumble, but he failed to kick goal.
The second quarter was filled with
reverse fortune for both teams, neith
er of which could score.
In the third quarter while tl/e Out
laws held thq ball Jameson intercept
ed a forward pass and making anoth
er brilliant run secured the second
touchdown. Ralph Healey kicked
goal practically cinching the game
with the score of 11 to 0.
In the last quarter while the High
School lads had the ball very near,
they could not put it over.. The tre?,
mendous pace set by the Outlaws had
them fagged and they were glad when
i the whistle announced the end of the
| game.
? Notes.
! The Outlaws had the ball In dan
I gerous territory several times and
' Young Neville would have surely
. scored in the second quarter but for
the timely inteferrence of Casey.
McPetree and Ward made most of
the big gains for the town team while
Fremming and Healey gained most
of the yardage for the High B-ows
with the exception Of the two brill
iant plays made by Jameson.
Smith, Boachy and Reily were
stopped many plays started by the
youngsters.
Fullbacks Booth and Johnson each
played their positions with very good
judgment and with plenty of ginger.
B. L. Thane, Dr. Egginton and Gro
ver C. Winn, acted as field officers
and gave entire satisfaction.
"Lock" Mulligan, of Douglas was
over and got so excited over the con
test that he organized a Douglas team
on the spot and challenged an All
Juneau eleven for a game In the rear
future.
Have you seen them? Beautiful
IVORY CARVING SETS at W. H.
CASE. tf.
Newest styles tn IVORY JEWELRY
just in at W. H. CASE. tf.
When you buy at the "Little Doug
las" you have a guarantee that all
goods are absolutely pure and stand
proof.
J. Blakeley, the well known mining
man is back in Juneau.
KLUK-WANS HAVE
CROWDED HOUSE
Chief Yayth-Hock's troupe of Chil
cat players adlded by the native brass
band from the village of Klukwan
certainly made a hit with their per
formance Saturday night.
The program which had boon ar
ranged consisted of eight acts or
numbers interspersed by intelligent
talks by the well-known native print
er. Henry Phillips.
Mr. Phillips said that his people,
tho Thlingots traced their origin back
to tho tropical climate far to the
south. The Thlingots or Kllnkets
embraced all of the people from
Ketchikan to Skagway and tho Chil
cat Inlet though they were subdivid
ed into tribes of different names.
According to tradition they fought
I their way north from Fort Simpson.
There is a legend to tho effect that
| following a great flood and great
[ seismic disturbances tho tropical cli
mate was instantly changed to cold
and the glaciers appeared. Nearly
all the people disappeared in the
catacylsm but the remnant survived
and founded the present race.
Their religion before tho white
came embraced the belief in immor
tality of the human bouI or spirit;
that there was no hell or place of
evil; that a person's imperfections
In the flesh must be overcome by tho
triumph of spirit or soul; that when
the change called death came n spir- (
! It still sought to express itself ac
j cording to its knowledge and that it
aguin und again clothed itself in a
j mortal body. They looked forward
I to the time when through Knowledge
purification, gained by successive
reincarnations, the earth would be
come a heaven and there would be
no sin, sickness nor death.
The first number was an Indian
war dance and It certainly deserves
its title. The whole troupe garbed
in all their splendid trappings went
through it with a vim, that made it
very exciting.
There was music by the band and
then came the "ptramigan dance"
a most fanciful skit and illustrates
in n marked way the Imagery of these
people.
Act three consisted of the overture
"Admiration," by the band. This num
ber was so well rehdered that an en
core was demanded.
Act four depicted the medicine man
at his work over a sick man. Ac
cording to the Interpreter the medi
cine man performed cures through
soul force and the physical manifesta
tions were simply to divert the mort
al mind.
In act five the method of conduct
ing a funeral 100 years ago was illus
trated.
Act six brought more music by
the band?"Sound From the West."
ThiB was followed by the presenta
tion of the reception tendered the
first white man by the natives 100
years ago.
The band closed the performance
having discarded their gorgeous
trappings for the regulation uniform.
Mr. Phillips stepped to the rostrum
again and on behalf of Chief Yalth
Hock and the company including the
band thanked the people of Juneau
for their gracious response and in
view of the generous turnout an
nounced that the performance would
be repeated on Sunday night.
I have a lot of beautiful gold mount
ed fountain pens, of overy make.
They make inexpensive, useful and
beautiful Christmas gifts.
E. Valentine's Jewelry Store, Juneau.
Chili concarne served every night
at Lockie McKinnon's, on Second
avenue. tf.
SERENADE GOV. CLARK.
Yesterday Governor Clark was ser
enade by the Klukwan native band
at the Governor's residence.
The stock of diamond goodB, now
on display at Valentine's Store in Ju
neau, is something that you would
not expect to see in this far North
ern country. He has them in any
quantity, size or price, and in all
styles of mountings. ???
HUMBOLDT LIST <
FROM THE SOUTH I
The Humboldt arrived at 12 o'clock ;
Saturday night after discharging lareg 1.
consignment of freight over at Doug
las. j;
The following passengers were! <
landed In Juneau: J. W. Burford, E.
L. Hunter and wife, B. L. Kerns, J".1]
B. George, R. W. Silver and wife, W. j <
H. Ashley, J. Blakeley, Henry Otter-1
bee, S. V. Mlchelll, E. W. Smith, Os-|
car Anderson, T. E. Keventry, E. Ja-; j
kobson, W. N. Collier, Mrs. E. Olson. <
Mrs. F. N. Bushong, Mrs. H. M. Mc- !
Lean, A. Neilson, D. M. Wescott, L. [
G. Thomns and wife, Carl Waldahl ?
and John Hogon. |!
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HUMBOLDT'S OUTGOING LIST. ;
The Humboldt's southbound list is |.
as follows: W. W. Casey, Jr., Vera M. 11
Noren, Oliver Appergard, J. F. Cor- '
nelius, Mrs. Ed Hurlbutt, Mrs. H. J.; ?
Raymond, for Seattle, R. J. Pollock j
and Harry Selig for Ketchikan; Brit- j j
on Smeltzer for Petersburg. J >
Hot chili beans all the tlmo at:'
Lockie McKinnon's Mayflower. tf.
Remember your
Christmas attire.
It pays to patron
ize home industry.
Besides you get (_
k up-to-date clothes.
Plenty of patterns
to select from.
F. WOLLAND
2nd St. Phone 6-6
Latest Novelties in
Tobacco Jars and
Pipe Racks
at Burford's
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C. F. CHEEK
THE TAXIDERMIST
THAT KNOWS
Game Heads, Fish and Birds
Mounted.
SKINS AND FURS TANNED."
Rug Work a Specialty
Prices Reasonable
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C W. YOUNG COMPANY
Dealers in
Mining, Fishing, Plumbing
and Building Supplies
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Front Street Juneau
I Morrell's Iowa Pride Ham and Bacon |
i: FRESH LOT JUST RECEIVED jj
i: Grape Fruit, Choice Celery, Imported Grapes, Candies ::
| W. R. WILLS, GENERAL MERCHANDISE |
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Gas Engines and Mill Castings
Agents Union Gas Engine and Regal Gas Engine
ALASKA MEAT COMPANY John Reck, Mgr.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Manufacturers of all Kinds of Sausages Our Hams and Bacon Arc
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In A Class By Itself
IMPARTIAL tests made by The Columbus Labo
ratories of Chicago give Fisher's Blend Flour
a higher rating than that of the Dakota all-IIard
Wheat Patent Flour.
Considering that this scientific combination of East
ern Hard Wheat and Western Soft Wheat costs you
from 20 to 25% less than what has always been con
sidered the highest grade of breadstuff, you can readily
see that it will pay you to k.sist on having
Fisher's Blend Flour
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