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:: THE LATEST AMERICAN INVENTION ?
MAZDA LAMPS
:: AND ALL OTHER KINDS OF j !
ELECTRIC LIGHTING GOODS
j \ Can be obtained from the !
ALASKA ELECTRIC LIGHT & POWER CO.
! ! Third and Franklin Streets Juneau ? >
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FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF JUNEAU
Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits . $ 85,000
Individual Deposits $400,000
U. S. Govt. Deposits $100,000
Complete facilities for the transaction of any kind
of Banking business
DIRECTORS
T. F. Kennedy, Pres. ? p'" kknnedy
John Reck, Vice-Pres. gk>.rmi'llkk
Harold H. Post, Cashier m. j. o'connor
Under the same management
FIRST TERRITORIAL BANK OF ALASKA
Interval paid on Time Deposits
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WESTINGHOUSE
MAZDA LAMPS
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jj ALASKA SUPPLY COMPANY jj
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ALASKA MEAT COMPANY John Reck- Mgr.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Manufacturers of all Kinds of Sausages Our Hams and Bacon Arc
Home-Smoked
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i\ WE CARRY NOTHING BUT THE BEST BRANDS ?
I! OF CANNED GOODS STRICTLY FRESH EGGS AL- <
{: WAYS ON HAND. ?
;; J. M. GIOVANETTI
J J Calhoun Ave. Phone 3-8-5 ?
<? Foreign and Domestl SUITS $ 3 5 Correct Styles In All ?
Woolens In Stock ?- ? ? i f \ 2 9 a rl i rv tho Late Fabrics 5
J MERCHANT I. WULLAINL) TAILOR
2 Suits, $35 and up. Cleaning and pressing promptly and neatly done ?
5 SECOND STREET - - - Phont 6-8 - - - ? JUNEAU $
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When Ordering
BEER
Insist on
RAINIER PALE
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B.M.BEHRENDS,BANKER I
JUNEAU, ALASKA
THE OLDEST BANK IN ALASKA
Established 18S7
'
terest Paid on Member
Savings Accounts American Bankers' A'ssn.
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Juneau
Hardware ;;
Company; |
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Ohio and Euclid :
RANGES|
All Styles and Sizes of
HEATERS
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I 1 Watch for tho Bigger and Better j |
!? HEIDELBERG :!
II LIQUOR CO., Inc.::
! "HOUSE OF GOOD DRINKS" ! i
! | Phone 386 Juneau, ! I
| ) Quick Delivery Alaska ' )
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:: The Arctic Pocket::
Billiard Parlors
!! Best Brands of
CIGARS, TOBACCO and
" SMOKING ARTICLES
I! HOUSEL and CLAY, Proprs. | y
The management reserves the
right to reject the patronage of
? ? any persons.
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TRUTH MUST BE
TOLD ABOUT ALASKA
Word comeB from Washington that
the government railroad project for
Alaska will encounter strong opposi
tion.
That was to bo expected.
Any thought that bo Important a
measure, even with the support of the
administration and the favorable rec
ommendation of Senate and Houso
committees, required only to be callod
up and go through the usual formalities
of discussion to insure Its passage
was too optimistic by half.
Opposition was inevitable. It was
bound to come. Alaska Is so far re
moved from the base of legislative ac
tion, so wholly unknown to the East,
that the opponents of the merltous
measure take liberties with fncts at
will and have recourse to all sorts of
specious reasoning In lieu of honest,
well-founded and well-informed argu
ments. And It Is to meet and combat
such opposition that a campaign of
education Is inaugurated at Washing
ton by the Alaska bureau of the Seat
tle Chamber of Commerce. In this
work of enlightenment and dissemin
ation of truth every legitimate agency
in this Pacific coast country should en
list Itself actively, and at once.
w nut is utnuK suiu u&uiubl niuni\u
today was said against the entire
country west of the Rocky mountains
half a century and more ago. A great
Massachusetts statesman once ex
| pressed the opinion that Uncle Sam's
interest in his possessions westward
would never extend beyond the Rock
ies?that the rest of the vast domain,
now so rich and prosperous, and so big
a part of the national domain, was not
worth thinking about much less spend
ing a cent of government money upon.
How fantastical that shortsighted pro
phecy looks now! But it is quite in
keeping with twentieth century talk
today put forth by benighted newspa
pers like the Boston Herald that fain
would have Congress believe Alaska
a desolated waste?a territory worked
out and in the last stages of decay?
when, as a matter of fact, with its
resources yet barely touched, it has
already yielded hundreds of millions
in wealth. This, too, in the face of
the most difficult obstacles and with
bureaucratic policies constantly killing
the pioneer spirit in man and halting
investments of capital at every turn.
The administration's railroad meas
ure is an act of long-deferred justice
?a measure of fair and square deal
ing of certain ultimate benefit to tho
United States a3 a whole. It is
prompted by constructive statesman
ship and supported by the logic of
facts, and, once these facts are im
pressed upon Congress, certainly-that
body will find them irresistible and
the bill will pass.?Seattle Post-Intel
llgencer. *
PASSENGERS ARRIVING
ON THE GEORGIA
?+?
The Georgia arriving from Sitka and
way ports last night brought the fol- '
lowing passengers for Juneau:
From Sitka?A. E. Whitworth, Mike I
Petovitch. Chas. Bckkala.
From Killlsnoo?Dr. Emil Krullsti.
From Tenakee?S. Vevolstad, Pule
ta Pulitich, Pete Radovich. Henry Mer
tis. '
From Gypsum?F. Ericksbri.
From Hoonah?D. Yamaeasa!fci.
From Funter?John M.^Wfl1iaii)^.,|
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ALASKAN HOTEL ARRIVES.
The following ar^vfals'.ivfei registered
at the Alaskan Hot^liJI- N,,H#ydeti,
Sitka; Jola A. Setry,..A?,R..Harris, ,B.
R. Clark, Seattlf^fltynlps-MJUervF: 9.
Wilson, city; Dr. W. G. Bonawa, Ten
akee: W. D. Carleo?,<Takb 'Harbor.1
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ST. GEORjQE'HOU?E OPEN* !?"
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The St. George House is now open
and ready tor business;":'"",,v
Everything' new.""Good' light- and i
well ventilated roomsiJUBaths,' electric ]
lights and bells. Good board. <
Reasonable"I?atfekl by' the'daV;' tfeek <
or month. ?ioi? v.-tonoi ":'*10-Wf '
J. C. HOULIHAN. Prop. <
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A LETTER FOR YOU? j
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Liat ofiletters'temalnlDB in Uw post) J
office at Juneau, Alaska on Jan. 3, ?
1M3.' P?kiel/4?ikhiri^'ik^e wfr'Cn'call- <
ih'g'frt&ike &Ay' "adve'ftlB&'dl.
" dexter, A. ""?'1 M\
1(>, Blp)niq^pt,/lqi}ar.l^.IIM? .??!..'I
H-d.fiPR'^d^MPi JWiJ^tqrp),!., ii-MIi
...^qooper.^majt,, )m..h .CSU onortq
Holmes, Miss Dolly.
.iii Juhnson;;Mrs'. Atf*wftie!.,'M';1,1 !
Ndlsdn, M. ,H :
....IfW.S:, MU-n ?' I ??.v H"
I- G.lWWi'H' i
?ayey. Miss Nettle. ,,i
Paulson, Ivar.
il . Papp, D. iihmvt f?->'i :liiiii1 vl-'T'd
Phillips, Chae - . .h i .w>? .n'tv
i'upl, b. r ..." J-jIi ^
Rees, M. R. R. "" C
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?Wn% Ronaldo. * 0 *i0_ ;
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| u Sjnith. Charlie .,li; [
Shields, Mrs. Mae
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t2 trto-R SM ,*>n;?pA Ir.io '
Ben's bean counter counts 1000 bean* [
a lick; 25c. Come and see It work. ;
Shoes$330to$>
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null Hi, r.111 >t? i 'I il.lllotl nilt moil ?iifi 'I nunollKi, nil I <n
; I floTIIMl' .Kill' ? ?
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ii-vi/'1" o^>^4ii?liwM bii^^hi oti iii i' 'i iiii"??! A'
luin fllvl nil -il Iil7\<t 'I'B'HI-; ? ? I? u111 !>.-? Ml.i: "U
Footwear-1 hat
nil I :i ?? I"jrj'l 1" "I ?! 'I
niu I.-: "heaiitiries" |":"""1 "r
;.,??// |..|||> > :> ;i :?l ? mil >1(11 IIO" ?l>??r ??IIII ln'l ? ml IiIiKhIm ???
?' ?? It is C?8?ihtial to wiehr a shoe that is ''
.. |i,.' jj nan In i ? nl iiumJuI ij I/. I iflilM MhTM iU*1
,JRtoW ?WW^ WrActiyc.,,,;
effects so much desired by well dressed
^ .Mill It Til
women.
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)j\ > |/\ A? great care is necessary in aeleo . i dm
/ tjpn of footwear as in that of gown or hat
re effect of an otherwise fault
. ? le"l!SJ r. rfg || yvjnoiV
Utz &Durtn Co. Shoes -
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,, benutifiers of,woman's feet. Carefully cohstrdCtea over laits " L
1 "1 of1 niWeit drki&h, thes?&ho'fcs look well, War W^ll^nd^ retklhA \A
1 to lop.-ti: lANii'ianiHi Urns tibll-nVrml I , ,
their, shape and perfect ht under continual strain.
I' lllini'1 '.iir Himvil! ?Min vr-nr IFI,| rt ?
/. in: .nut Tihey.iwill.aave youishoe noney?try them.\\
In ilA mIm imiii nittririni ov*l f>n >11
footwear of J kiwis -
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Slippers $4 to $5 I
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HEIDELBERG LljNJH^COUNTEl I;'
READY.
The Heidelberg Itihett'fcodhtfel1 is now
open for buslnoss." Tfjr If 1-3 tf
"^'l^ > V1" ?'l(|
Everything thal"#lll"i>l?(Lb'e' ii amok
cr_may be found At 'BIfRFOKD'S. .tf
H'tu.Y
? t'.i,!.. r. '{firm lutr.
Prospectors' Porcupine Boilers and
Centrifugal Bilge Pumps. Many Now
Mechanics' Toots.
, ntfmrtmni)
?3 1m I
W. A. FercP iiW K&xr lltics
jh
Hotel Cain
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"J(0XHING BUlKTllB)Bastlt> j ^
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ftl In IfHI'i'llHI'l tllln'l !??'?? r 11? nl'I I.
? The Louvre Bar ji
] \imi(>(l?N tun: .'iniSiiWiq ni:;f.] J
AI Carlson, Prop. . .1
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;;nii!U>tit '/?<,'
11 Imported and Domestic . .1
KHIUl'lUlKiilJ l- in 'ii
,,MQVORS AND ,CIGARS
[ >n<IM nil milliter. ,.??*> :;nlnll/ <?' "
||i / ittAIMlBR BEEH ON DRAUGBT - ?
[ litu Intiiilliinti Hint T>lno tn ilm(^
II PhoneilW""" """ ' ':'iun?u '::
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J., f.. ELFSTROM
lot 0'. :it IJIfiTj// f'Krrtii.filini .??.I'll
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nW'Y'ftft-?*'*! '.ill Abwijrgmua^n^,
? .\ilHinTo-I hi xninTiA ?
? Juneau Tcai&fer Co, j
i??* coal-^ WOOD ::
jn u. miiw STORAGE'17/ :t!/io
?in J-?t noo-" 111v/ .viniiir/viT InliiMiii'iJ >
?i * Moving Carefully Dong"1 *;
I"'' Long Suit i
'ilvivil iio-njnTi:<? In-iIiiinA ?nil ?!" ? J
'}?? "^FROtfT STREET1' "!H'o
.lifimiiiT Tii Umwiom ni iiiiiiii'i ?
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^Stationery ?>? *??*>????"*}
Books, rapers ?*?
K.wr /jnl-i'MiiiH .hwisn'/ M anliin .1
: reriodicais >>o
? Bindings Ryling ;?
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ORPHEUM
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Tfl SPICK^TT, .Propr. ;
il.ll ? JUNEAU, ALASKA I
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:: Thursday atid
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i Friday...
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'! I THE HAT?Drama "'l' !!
:::;LOVAt DESERTER?Drama ' \\
'EUNNV AV SEA?Cmoe't^'
li NOODLE INDUSTRY? Instruc- ??
?r* ?.i '' - five "
"? "DOWN WITH MEN?Comedy *?
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't-H I I I M-I-I"H"1"1"I 1 1 1 1 1 I I I1 ;
. ? f MOM I M I H A M
+ The Place to Meet
?T
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y. ill/; the Old Alaskans ??? "t!
J [y, v/ono ' ? " ? ' i'? J |
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jL'ILOCKit'.McKINNONS ij
if piioH 'ill' i"1 iir."iinl "!?'Iw >
!! Every Thing First Glass ' I
J.|| ? / n*i i. Hi/; V"!'/ ??Miri' ||
Jill liiiiltl III! I.Ill 1 ? I 1 'H >1I"l I If
m i m 11 m tMi !? i i i i n i i-M-i
JiGolden Belt Addition j-j
vTil7). , ,Chctof,Rfl?ldq*c* Lota for 'V||
+ .Phond 3-6-9 * -
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plevy Goods#.Samples*
Have Arrived
SUITS?$32.50?AND, UP l ,ii
{:w &,CO.. . ,T :{
ji,, .^yysrd ,?|neet?,Near, Third
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CALIFORNIA STORE
231 Scwnrd St. Juneau
Garment Cleaning. pVeiusintr and repairing.
KKi.'-i /. I'GadlOnantl'Gertta'TKlloi'i/ilti ''
Our Prices
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White GtoVc# Cleanqd - - t,x0c
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Tauncli "Cordelia D":|
rnsasau fckg harts n ? 3
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Ftast and Comfortable j
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; G'SHQiPiSl
Ladles' novelties, shirt waists, ' 1
. silk skirts from $1.50 up; J^djei^. ?*
\ | sweaters, handkerchlef^^rorA' jr
; | cents up and the only complete ' j
'> ? stock of umbrellas In the city. ? ?
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NELSON
"T : i \.
mKtcWa8lfa,,:Pl0,^e' *>"?
YY STATIONERY STORE
Headquarter* .for 'all\Wlndd of
jO STATIONERY
OFRW SUPPLIES
FOUNTAIN PENS
All Kinds BLANK BOOKS
, ?DRAFTrNff PAPER8, EAC.
r??5t!fKWAR?JM
f RESM ROASTED COFFEE
35t It goesfarther
?' ?i'i46c,: It's fresh": .w/f.orm x .v.
^t5c?It tastes Coffee -j
3phoned208 d ^ Alaska Coffee Co. u^,^;r ||
union mtw Machine Shop and Foundry I
m5i c'dfry as
Agents Union Gas Engine and Regal Gas Engine
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I:', JuiieaH XaqgorCqmpanyylMf r ;
| jv'UikjQiSM 85j#fjiE,#E.-r BltANDS OF
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u^jlp^pprted^wi^Pp^atic Liquors an<i Winc^ for((aaiilyj use'j !!
11: ~TrHONE^}T'g3D[rC~QKDEi{i3 A. SPECIALTY-F-RKE DELIY-EKX ~ 11
SeBfMfEANN~?'
rwkwvr surer and newly f u r n ished."wodernin^auttre- |
SPECTS. STEAM HEATED, E&&tRIC LIGHTED, HOT AND COLD
WATER IN EVERY ROOM; BATH ON EVERY FLOOR, INCLUDING
A SHOWER BATH. SANCJi^YpC^t^lTIONO PERF|?T.~
ST '-j : t: . T;
F<Tf&-ffeW YEAR
^and^for .many .years after! That's
'' {lie kind we sell exclusively. Look
J 'your'Aiime and see if there
isn't something lacking or some
pieces that need replacing. Then
come her^ifcysVe^It Jh( the\nc^?st!
style and of a quality and price ;
~ ?flTTTt-'Trmqf npprritfrij-nrrr- jmiftmnnt
3S?S50Si5'.::"r.- - ^ vr\ ?-;f*
Juneau Furniture^).,
.i |-. : . u. ~~~iiuujpi Jciyu j=jiu HUSJ
| About Breakfast roods
This time ^ x^*^?~alMilse Jmeahfast,feeds.
We have a complete line of Cereals and Hot
'jCkke Floiurs-^all neitt\nibiVfesfM tt (^r prepared'A
Buckwheat Flours can't be beat. We also

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