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TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING SEE M. J. O'Connor A Perfect Fit or No Sale NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED j A/. J. O'CONNOR DOUGLAS Paul Bloedhorn, Jeweler WATCHES. CLOCKS. CHINA AND CUT GLASS DOUGLAS ALASKA Fox's January Clearance Sale REDUCTIONS FROM 20 to 50 PER CENT This includt s our entire stock of Gents' Furnishings and L)ry Goods DOUGLAS - ALASKA M < M II ; 11 I I I I I I I M I I I I I I 11 I I I I i I I 1 I I I I I I I I 111111111 < i ' WINTER IS HERE I H ? Get Your Heaters Ready. The Biggest and Best Line of Heat- ^ X ers in Douglas Can Be Found at 2 + JULIUS JENSENS j : I I I i I 1 II I I I I 1 M1 I I 11 I I IIII1 I I 1 I I 11 I I 1 I I I I I I II II I I I M i : : i : : i : i : i 1111 i i i i i i i 111 1111111 ?m-i-i i i i i i i i i i i i i i ; i ? f THE ALASKA BAR ???? j T The Only Place in Douglas to Get a Nice Cool Glass of Beer. Always H j Fresh and Pure jj 71 i : i i i : i M i i 11 i i M- i i i ; 11111 11111111111111 M M I 11 ii :? i i 111: ; ; ?: m i i : ! : i 11 i 11 i i 11 : i iit 11111111r m111n11m11 THE CITY BAR t CARRIES the FINEST STOCK of LIQUORS in DOUGLAS -] T PEBBLEFORD OLD LINE RYE BEST KENTUCKY BOURBON ] J DEL PUENTE. HENRY CLAY and Other Standard Cigars. Ij : 11: : i i : K : : i 11 i i ; :: i:: 1111 s 11 M'M i i: 11 M 11 1111111111 j DON'T FORGET THE VICTOR BAR j ? DOUGLAS. ALASKA ? We carry the best stock of Liquor that money can buy. Fam- 4 J ily trade our specialty. 4 ? < ????????????????????????????????????????????????????< CHAMBERS BROS., Wholesale and Retail Butchers Our Beef. Pork, Mutton, Veal and Lamb are as Good as Can Be Raised. Nothing but Prime Meat of Every Kind. Phone 1-0 Poultry. Fish and Game in Season. Douglas ?????? COUGHLIN & DAHL V Dealers in Fancy and Staple Groceries. B. & M. Tamales, and Seal- ? T shipt Oysters. j I FRONT STREET DOUGLAS * i i i :: 11 111 i 111 1111111111111111111111 11; 11111 I 1 I I .! I I I I I I II I II I I II I111111111111111 I I I I I II I I I M M I I f I. & F. AFUICH T Dealers In ] CiKNKUAL MERCHANDISE J DOUGLAS ST. ANN'S AVENUE ALASKA j I I I I I I M I I I >1 i I I I II I I II I M I I I I I II I 1 I I I I I I II I I I I I I I I The Hunter Amusement Palace FINE POCKET BILLIARD TABLES First Class Cigars, Tobaccos and Cigarets Phone?Douglas 9 L. H. KEIST, Prop. i Starretfs Tools! Oh, Yes | 1 1 < ???????????????? f ? We Have 'em. Nuff Said ? The World-Famous BUCK EDGE TOOLS Just Received < ? Call and inspect a new bunch of BENCH VISES. Just the * thing for household use j I < T i I YOU ALWAYS FIND SOMETHING NEW << ? < ? At the ^ I ALASKA SUPPLY CO., UNEAU \ J < m REPUBLIC I Anderson & RingueUe, Props. Noted for their fine liquors and choice imported wines. They have just received an immense stock of fancy goods for the holiday trade. Don't Forget the Number DOUGLAS ? ? ? ALASKA f Douglas Hand Laundry 2 Z K. WYEMURA. Prop. ? 2 Opposite Douglas Opera House + ? Phone 2-7 Baths 25 Cents J ? DOUGLAS J ; 11 n m 11111 n 11 [orpheum; I CIRCUIT : f JUNEAU AND DOUGLAS : r f ; I Advanced Vaudeville: | and Motion Pictures : [general films! L Best by Test i vaudeville [Even- Night ?j ;-i I I I I I T I t I I i I I I I l I I I I I I i i Sparks From Douglas Sister Mary Thomas, Former Local Nurse, Dies in Victoria, B. C. _____ DOUGLAS. Feb. 4.?Word was re ceived here from Victoria, B. C., an nouncing the death of Sister Mary Thomas, of The Rosary. She was well known both in Douglas and Ju neau. as she was a nurse at St. Ann's hospital ni Juneau, for a number of years. DOUGLAS. Feb. 4. ? The freighter (*ordova is due in a couple of days , with coal for the Ferry dock. A. Gardner has taken a place with ; the steam laundry, during the absence of R. Laughlin. R. A. Kln/.ie and Mrs. Kinzie were ; Juneau visitors yesterday. Last night a large number of Doug las business men gave Dr. DeVighne a surprise party. Dr. and Mrs. De ! Vigilne will leave soon for an ex tended visit in the States. James Hayes, a former Treadwell boy. returned 011 the Mariposa. He ' has been going to school in the States. The steamer Curacao is due to ar " rive from the South tomorrow. ^ I). E. Epsteyn, the traveling man. ? j is in the city today, receiving large or ?! ders from the different merchants, and u celebrating his fortieth birthday, r Robert Coughlin was a Juneau vis E i itor yesterday. The ball to be given by the local .. aerie of Eagles, will take place tomor * row evening. rr?t ...Ml .wl ?AhAnMOn1 frv. I Iltry Will Ul* *X Uilliu I rurai out ww I night at the Treadwell Club, and I bowling afterward. Clyde Abercrombie was on the isl i and today. Albln Hartello Jack Henson, and ; \aron Levy started for an outing yes -; terday, but had to return on account . of bad weather. BASKETBALL Tonight at ' the Douglas Holler [ Kink will be played the first of a ser > ies of games between the crack teams > of Gastineau Channel: admission, 25c: > ladies free. Skating immediately af > ter the game. 25c. Doors open 7: SO, > game called sharp at 8 Come and > root for your favorite. It. > ? ? The Quality Store. Coughlin & Dahl. "Nuf Said." ??? Chambers Rros., Butchers?Choice cuts a specialty. ??? When you want clean coal, call at the Kerry dock and Martin Olson will . furnish you with it. 1-15-Lf. U L h Have you tried those heavy wool j. len socks for the cold weather, at Fred L Kronquist's. St. Ann's ave. 1-22-t.f ? I- There's some nice new mouldings " and frames at Swihart's. Come and K | see them. 1-16-t.f. tl CHIEF ISAAC GETS J [ THE EAGLE FEATHER h Chief Isaac, Montezuma of the Moosehides, is back to Dawson in high glee, says the News. After an absence of six weeks, he is home decorated with the Eagle Feather, won for dis tinguished part he took in a grand pot latch held on the Tanana. beyond the Ketchum-stock country. Isaac ad dressed the assembled tribes from sev > eral directions, and, according to his > own account, was declared the great | est man there, and was the only one > coming back with the Eagle Feather, t His first act on arrival in Dawson was ? to impart the good news, so that all > his friends might read. > "Me rnakum heap big talk at pot I latch," said Isaac. "Yep, me talkum > al same Joe Clarke, lion north; all > same gentleman; all same Dr. Thomp y son: all same Congdon; all same gob ? ner; all same big white chief. Me > beatem Jack Spieler on big noise: me y beatem Mr. Splotus Hock. F "Tanana Injun catchem new chief. > young man, Walter Isaac. His papa, > old chief, die few weeks ago. Squaw ? and man all cry, heap cry. Hundred > ninety Injun come potlatch from Men t tasta. Copper Center, Yukon, many y places. Eat and dance all time. My i people go with me, and beat all other dancers in two-step, waltz, squar dance r. and Injun dance. No. no, Injun no ; dancem 'Grizzly Bear.' "Lots grub there. I talkem all In ! jun be good: I tell all tribes live | right, no fight. All square now. Many ? time T speak big meeting. My jaw . heap tired, but all right. ) "I come home findem my wife have ? new boy, born two weeks ago. Heap ? Joy Moosehide. Two weeks more I [ givem big dance because new prince ; Moosehide. Maybe some day he be ? chief. I have three boys; make best ! one chief some day. I tellem when I ; die." p ?V.-ilentines! Valentines!? jl SEE Barragcr's window display. 2-4tf r r A complete line of tobacco iars and f pipe racks at BURFORDS. I I I I I IHI MI I II I I I I I i I I I I i :: Personal Mention j i I I I I II I I I I lit ; i M I 18 H H fr \V. J. Lewis, special agent of the land department, lias been in Juneau for the past several days, having ar rived from Valdez on the North western. Harry Benson has taken temporary quarters in the offices of Z. R. Cheney. Ed. P. Morgan, traveling agent of the Alaska Steamship Company, is in town. S. L. Colwell left for Seward on the Mariposa last night. | John (3. Bellows was in from Sheep j creek yesterday. BOSTON MAN LIKES JUNEAU OUTLOOK According to the confidential ad viser of many investors in large min ing transactions, a well known min ing expert, now aboard the Mariposa enroute to the Westward, Juneau holds the center of the stage at the present moment. This is especially true of j investors in Boston and New York. This gentleman, a resident of Bos ton, who for very good reasons does not want his name mentioned says that this immediate section is looked upon as the most favored spot for mining investments at the present time and that the coming summer will probably witness the careful investi gation of the country by representa tives of large capital. mi- _ l x ? .1 J?, J^? *?o ? Ir\r\ aOATTlQ lilt1 incoming uuiiniiisviuuuu | to have Inspired the people who in vest In mining properties with great er confidence and therefore money is already easier for legitimate mining enterprises. There seems to be an almost univer sal belief that the new administration is to establish a different public land policy?to do away with the regula tions that retard progress and stran gle industry. There is a well defined idea prevalent throughout the East that the new administration will can cel the coal reservations in Alaska and allow the entry and development to proceed as it has in other territories with perhaps a more watchful eye that fraud may not be committed. "Alaska," said the mining man, "never had a more hopeful outlook than at the present time. It Is good to look forward?to try and realize that in a few more weeks the bars will be taken down and the country made free." H. C. Vaughan, of the engineering corps of the Alaska Gastineau Com pany, came in from Sheep creek today, "bearded like the pard." Mr. Vaugh an goes to Salmon creek tomorrow. The grand jury at Fairbanks in vestigated 27 cases and returned 17 true bills. I I I C M I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ! r-H t : ^Marine Notes 1j Tlie Muriposa left for the Westward at 12 o'clock last night. The Yukon is expected early this evening from the South. The Curacao will arrive from the *; South tomorrow. The Princess May is scheduled to I! arrive from the South on Feb. 12. The Mariposa will be due from the ?? Westward Feb. 12. j!! The fishing steamer San Juan ar *; rived this morning with 5f? boxes of r halibut. MOVEMENT OF VESSELS Sailed Curacao sailed South Jan. 27 Mariposa sailed South Jan. 21 Princess May sailed ..South Jan. 30 Yukon sailed South Jan. 21 .. Humboldt sailed South Jan. 24 ' Northwestern South Jan. 30 ? Jefferson South Feb. 2 . Arrived ? Princess May ...from South Jan. 28 ! Curacao from South Jan. 24 ) Humboldt from South Jan. 22 ? Meteor from South Jan. 2S ? Northwestern ... from West Jan. 30 ] Mariposa from South Feb. 3 ? To Arrive : 1 1 Yukon from South Feb. 4 ? Curacao from South Feb. 5:. Princess Mayv .. from South Feb. 12 ! To Sail Mariposa West Feb. 3 \ Yukon West Feb. 4 + Curacao South Feb. C J Princess May south Feb. 13 ? VISITS HIS OLD HOME j O. I. Shade, of Tanana, was a passcn- ? ger on the Mariposa enroute to his ! home from a visit to the States. Mr. \ Shade was a former resident of Ju- ? neau, where he went to school seven- . teen years ago, S. A. Keller, being | his teacher. Mr. Keller is now travel- ' ing in Europe, he accumulated a com- ? fortable fortune in the mercantile business in Council City, Seward pen insula. FOUND?On Salmon creek road a lady's coat. Enquire at Burford's. t.f. ^ OPEN DAY AND NIGHT j The new dining room of the Com-: mercial Cafe, with private boxes in connection, is now open day and night and excellent meals are served at all times. 2-4-t.f.; ?1 ! I I III II III 111 II MM I I I Hi | The Unique Millinery | I LADIES' | $ FURNISHINGS ? i'l'l l 1 11 M i l l Mill lllllllll III ill BTMMTlMWMWr^rMTrriii hfti i>ii in mi mi m ?? ^ -*< an.^i mn ??<>??? ? Watch This Space for Our Special Clean-Up Sale In Our Clothing and Furnishing Goods ? Department . Royal Worcester and Bon Ton Corsets $1.00 to $10.00 /p^qjunerurlasm. mmnm^immMassmsmisaMttsss^ii rja:rcirjj5rsss>sK Pictorial Review Patterns 10 and 15 cents JUST RECEIVED JUST RECEIVED A NEW AND UP-TO-DATE STOCK OF J : HOT WATER BOTTLES, SYRINGES, BATH CAPS, J RUBBER BATH BRUSHES and RUBBER GLOVES, ETC. J EVERY ARTICLE GUARANTEED AND IF FOUND DEFECT- j IVL IN WORKMANSHIP. OR MATERIAL, WILL GLADLY BE*. RE- ] PLACED OR CREDITED. t \ WM. BRITT, DRUGGIST I CONCERT RECITAL Mrs. J. V. Davis, Dramatic Reader Assisted by Local Talent ODD FELLOWS HALL, FEBRUARY 4th ADMISSION. 50 CENTS ^w'-i iT7whhk4hkW i-nTT-m mTIITcTi 111111111111111 i"iTj THE LATEST AMERICAN INVENTION jj MAZDA LAMPS AND ALL OTHER KINDS OF ?? ELECTRIC LIGHTING GOODS Can be obtained from the ALASKA ELECTRIC LIGHT & POWER CO. :: Third and Franklin Streets Ji.neau ? ? ?H 1111 H-h 1111 w?11?11111 e 111111111111 a m <? I r i I I a I I I I I I I M I t ? I ? I I I I I I I I I I I II I I I I I WHEN YOU NEED ;; Furniture, Mattresses, Stoves, Ranges!: Cooking Utensils or Crockery :: and vou want full value for your money go to ;; 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?? [ No one was ever comfort you'll find the doctor a whole lot more Ze"sivc RUBBED \ ^OJr footwear 1 -AfmuL A pair will keep you warm I aod dry all winter, for "Hall- ? fffgl Band"goodi have wear built into K B them from top to toe. Buy nc w while we hove every size.