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:: THE LATEST AMERICAN INVENTION ; MAZDA LAMPS ;: AND ALL OTHER KINDS OF ? ; ELECTRIC LIGHTING GOODS ' | Can be obtained from the ! ALASKA ELECTRIC LIGHT & POWER CO. i i ? I [ Third and Franklin Streets Juneau ? ? i I I I I M M I I I I I I I I I I t I I I I I I ? I I 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 ot any kind of Banking business DIRECTORS T. F. Kennedy, Pres. e! i\ krnnedy John Reck, Vice-Pres. ge?. f^miller Harold H. Post, Cashier . m. j. o'connor Under (He name management FIRST TERRITORIAL BANK OF ALASKA Interest (mid on Tims Deposits ; illinium ; WESTINGHOUSE MAZDA LAMPS j \ NONE BETTER COMPLETE STOCK j; ALASKA SUPPLY COMPANY |f ?I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 111 II I I H I 1 I I I I 1 I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I II ' ALASKA MEAT COMPANY John Reck. Mct. Wholesale and Retail Butchers Manufacturers of all Kinds of Sausages Our Hams and Bacon Are Home-Smoked ! \ WE CARRY NOTHING BUT THE BEST BRANDS , o OF CANNED GOODS STRICTLY FRESH EGGS AL- ; ;; WAYS ON HAND. ? J. M. GIOVANETTl J | Calhoun Ave. Phone 3-8-5 X % Foreign and Domeati SUITS $35 Correct Styles In All jj: J Woolens In Stock |- I i airv the Late Fabrics / / MERCHANT I. WULLAIMU TAILOR ^ Suits, $35 and up. Cleaning and pressing promptly and neatly done 2 R SECOND STREET - - - Phont 6-6 - .- - - JUNEAU J 11111 n 111 m ; 1111111111111111111111111111111111111 ; When Ordering BEER Insist on jjj RAINIER PALE ' M I H I H I I H I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ? I I I I 1 I I I I I i I 11 B.M. BEHRENDS, BANKER JUNEAU, ALASKA THE OLDEST BANK IN ALASKA Established 1SS7 Int rest Paid on Member Savings Accounts American Bankers' A'ssn. f FRONT STREET t?| m II HI H I III i PHONE 248 t I I 1 III 1 I ill I Ill II I 11 1 III I 1 I I I I III Mi , Juneau Hardware j; Company:; Ohio and Euclid :: RANGESf All Styles and Sizes of " HEATERS| I 111 III 11 111 III 111 111 I it ?* 11111111111 hi 11111111 if j ; | Watch for the Bigger and Better ? !! HEIDELBERG H jj LIQUOR CO.,Inc. ii ! ' "HOUSE OF GOOD DRINKS" '> '< | | Phone 386 Juneau, 1 [ | Quick Delivery Alaska ; M III lllllllimilHMIlt Ill I 1 I III II! Ill II I 1 I III I :: The Arctic Pocket:: Billiard Parlors Best Brands of ?? CIGARS, TOBACCO and !! SMOKING ARTICLES !! I! HOUSEL and CLAY, Propra. || The management reserves the ? ? ?? right to reject the patronage of ?? ? ? any persons. i 1 II 11 1 I 1-1 1 IIIIII H-H-l-l-H-H NEW YUKON-STRIKE LOOKS FAVORABLE W. W. Johnson, ono of the locators on Wilson creek, near Marshall City, the center of the new strike on the lower Yukon, 65 mlleB above Andreaf skl, talking to tho Nome Nuggot of the new strike, said: "The discovery was mado soven miles up Wilson creek, which flows In to the Yukon at Marshall City (named for the Vice-President), at the mouth of a short stream called Dlsapoplnt mcnt creek. This creek is ono and one half miles long and has only six claims on it. Wilson creek Is 12 miles In length. Discovery was made where the high rlm of Wilson was exposed, and there was from three to six foet of gravel on this rim, which has come out of Disappointment creek. "The gold is in the gravel, and I took thirteen pans in a rocker from bedrock to surface on Its face which weighed eight and one-half cents. Eleven pans were taken from differ ent points, and these when rocked weighed 35 cents. One pan was picked In the gravel. This weighed 35 cents. "At a point 250 feet up Disappoint ment creek we have a shaft nine feet deep, which Is not yet down to bed rock, but is as deep ub it can go on account of water. The last six feet of gravel In this Bhaft panned from 2 to 10 cents per pan. We took three pans near the top which weighed 16 cents. In one of theso pans was a 10 cent nugget. Bedrock In this Bhaft would probably bo about 15 fcot. "On the next claim above, about 1, 000 feet up the creek, a shaft Is down on right limit 21 feet. The best pans there run 2 cents. Three pans taken around tho top of this dump weighed less than 1 cent altogether. ThiB shaft Is about 150 feet from the center of the creek bed and might be off the pay streak. "A drill is now crosscuttlng Wilson above the mouth of Disappointment creek. "The indications In the camp are good." PASSENGERS ARRIVING ON THE JEFFERSON The Jefferson arrived between six and seven o'clock this morning bring ing the following passengers for Gas tineau channel towns: For Juneau? G. W. Dcla, W. H. Borwlne, S. E. Brustkor, P. VanMarcn, jW. Bagnole, S. T. Chandler, G. E. James, Mrs. Bertha Davis, Helen Sal isbury, Clyde Conway, A. L. McDon ald. F. M. Bailey. W. E. Wilcox, J. C. McHugh, B. F. Watson, A. S. Dautrlck, I L. L. Clay, G. Staadacker, Mrs. K. Kab ' ler, Robert Wick, Mrs. F. E. Sayers. ! Olaf Lystad, J. E. Moulton, J. F. Ev- j ! erett, Mrs. S. G. Rothwell, Sam Guyot, M. F. Ruley, G. O. Torrey, J. M. Cra mer, C. A. Salyer, Mrs. J. P. Conway, and 10 second class. | For Douglas?Mrs. Mabel Michall son, G. W. Gustafson and wife, Jean ette Durand, O. Verman and wife, AI fonsa Vechelle and wife, and 4 second class. PASSENGERS LEAVING ON PRINCESS MAY The Princess May, sailing for the South about 8 o'clock last night, car ried the following passengers from Ju neau: E. N. Harris, Frank W. Col well, J. F. Malony and wife, Miss Eva Hock ett, H. M. Smith, Henry Merto, E. M. Whalen, C. B. Eyers, Frank McCoy and wife, R. N. Haydcn, C. P. Brennan, James C. McAdams, Thomas- Corcor an, Thomas Garrity, James Morlarty, and five second clasB. 8T. GEORGE HOUSE OPEN. The St George House Is now open and ready for business. Everything new. Good light and well ventilated rooms. Baths, electric lights and bells. Good board. Reasonable rates by the day, week or month. 10-1-tf J. C. HOULIHAN, Prop. A LETTER FOR YOU? List of letters remaining In the post ofllce at Juneau, Alaska on Jan. 3, 1913. Parties wishing same when call ing please say advertised. Bexter, A. Blomquist, Charles M. Coulthard, John (3 letters) Cooper Frank. Holmes, Miss Dolly. Johnson, Mrs. Advunie. Nelson, M. Norstrand, S. Payne, Miss Nettle (2 letters) Payey, Miss Nettie. Paulson, Ivar. Papp, D. Phillips, Chas. Bapl, D. Rees, M. R. R. Rosnes, Andrew. Sandro, Ronaldo. Samuels, M. D. Sell, Herr John Smith, Charlie Shields, Mrs. Mae Snuse, Wm. Watterson, Mrs. G. Weppler, Chas. E. L. HUNTER, P.M. ALASKAN HOTEL ARRIVALS: The following arrivals are registered at the Alaskan Hotel: B. F. Watson, B. A. Davis, Jola Ser vig, A. E. Harris, B. R. Clark. Seattle; I Shoes $3.50 to $5 ^1 OMEN'S Footwear That Beautifies It is eaoential to wear a shoe that is prettily shaped to obtain attractive effects so muck desired by well dressed women. ? As great care is necessary in selec tion of footwear as in that of gown or hat A shabby shoe ruins the entire effect of an otherwise fault less attire. Utz & Dunn Co. Shoes have grace of line and elegance of finish that make them beautifiers of women's feet. Carefully constructed over lasts of newest design, these shoes look well, wear well and retain their shape and perfect fit under continual strain. They will save you shoe money?try them. ' Footwear of all kinds B.M.Beh rends G. Slippers $4 to $5 j R. N. Hayden, Sitka; Charles Miller, F. S. Wilson, city; Dr. W. G. Benawa, Tonakeo; W. D. Carlson, Taku Har bor; F. M. Bailey, San Francisco. Everything that will please a smok er may be found at BURFORD'S. tf Eat at the Pioneer, and die happy. Prospectors' Porcupine Boilers and Centrifugal Bilge Pumps. Many New Mechanics' Tools. -3-im Wft&tirwatt' Ctfrruhttaio I ============== W. A. Ferguson m. H. Kirkpatrick The Buffet Hotel Cain ! "nothing but the best" | side entrance next to elks hall ! I i $ The Louvre Bar ?? ") A1 Carlson. Prop. * * Imported and Domestic ?. LIQUORS AND CIGARS ? ^ |; RAINIER BEER ON DRAUGHT I' |) Phono S-3-5 Juneau . . '-1 H-l-M -1-I-i-H-r l-l-l I H1 1 1 I I 1 I J. F. ELFSTROM Watchmaker and Jeweler With W. II. Caso. All work guaranteed :: Juneau Transfer Co.:: :i COAL WOOD ij ;; STORAGE i! 0 o <> Moving Carefully Done ' ? Baggage Our Long Suit ] \ FRONT STREET JI 1 > 1 * 4 > Next door to Raymond Co. < ? Try a Mecca "Smooth as Silk" At THE MECCA Front St. near Seward CONWAY & SECREST 111111111111111111111111 n Stationery :: Books, Papers :: Periodicals Binding and Ruling $ :: Simpkins 8 Freiman :: ? ? SEWARD BLDG. FRONT ST. ?' illinium . ?rt'M i i R 11 i in i i i i i n i ! 11 >~ ij ORPHEUM j ;; JOHN T. 8PICKETT, Propr. ;; " JUNEAU, ALASKA ! Thursday and Friday... :! THE HAT?Drama !! I! LOYAL DESERTER?Drama " BUNNY AT SEA?Cmoedy - NOODLE INDUSTRY?Inttruc- - :: tiv? :: DOWN WITH MEN?Comedy ;; ?'-l-l-l-H-l-H 1 III I M I I II I I I H-fr ; 111 11 I III 11 I II I 111 I 111 I If The Place to Meet the Old Alaskans is at :: LOCKIE McKINNONS :: Every Thing First Class 't 1111 m i m 111 n n 11 nit j |HI'I 1 I I ; Golden Belt Addition; 11 | Choice Rcoidence LoIh for Sale "' ' ? See K L. COBB, Airt, ? Phone 3-6-9 ? ? < ''??I'M I I I I -t t -| T < New Goods & Samples!i have Arrived :i i SUITS?$32.50?AND UP | < H. HEIDORN & CO. } * Seward Street, Near Third ? CALIFORNIA STORE M. Murruay, Manager 221 Seward St. Juneau Garment Cleaning, preening and repairing. Ladies and Gent* Tailoring. Our Prices 1 Pressing Gents' Suit* - - 60 cent* Suit*Cleaned and Preaaed - ? $1.00 \ Suit* Steam Cleaned and Preaaed ? 1.60 Ladies' Suits Preaaed . ... 1.00 ' Ladles Suits Cleaned and Prcsaod - 1.60 Steam Cleaned and pressed - - 2.00 White Gloves Cleaned ... 10c Launch "Cordelia D" | FOR CHARTER Fast and Comfortable See Davis Brothers, Phone 4-5 j IHI I I I I I I II 111 I I I 3 I I 11 It ! HOLIDAY I! GOODS | Ladies' novelties, shirt waists, ?1 ? silk skirts from $1.50 up; ladles' ? ? ! sweaters, handkerchiefs from 5 J j | cents up and the only complete j | ? stock of umbrellas In the city. ? > I Mrs. Berry's Store;; | Seward St., Juneau. J) 1111111 h 111 hi 11 m i ii it ? * R. P. NELSON Alaska's Pioneer STATIONERY STORE Headquarters for all kinds of STATIONERY OrFICE SUPPLIES FOUNTAIN PENS All Kinds BLANK BOOKS DRAFTING PAPERS, EAC. COR SECOND & .8EWARO ST. ! I * * FRESH ROASTED COEPEE 35c It goes farther 40c It's fresh 45c It tastes Coffee 50c It is all Coffee 3d and Gold Sts. A|ac|/3 Cftffnfl Ctl Deliver Phone 208 ttiaSIWl lUlltK IU. Promptly UNION IRON WORKS Machine Shop and Foundry Gas Engines and Mill Castings Agents (Jnfon Gas Engine and Regal Gas Engine ????????????????????????????????????????????????????" ? i> Juneau Liquor Company, Inc. 1 ? < ? THE LARGEST STOCK?THE BEST BRANDS OF 3! i > <> j Imported and Domestic Liquors and Wines for family use \ I t PHONE 9-4?MAIL ORDERS A SPECIALTY-FREE DELIVERY o ?????<>????????????? ?????????????????????????????????! ? Rates Reasonable Third and Harris Street, Juneau iheBERGMANN NEWLY BUILT AND NEWLY FURNISHED. MODERN IN ALL RE SPECTS. STEAM HEATED, ELECTRIC LIGHTED, HOT AND COLD WATER IN EVERY ROOM; BATH ON EVERY FLOOR, INCLUDING A SHOWER BATH. SANITARY CONDITIONS PERFECT. ? FURNITURE FOR NEW YEAR and for many years after! That's the kind we sell exclusively. Look around your home and see If there isn't something lacking or some pieces that need replacing. Then come here and see It In the newest style and of a quality and price that must appeal to your judgment. Juneau Furniture Co. (Formerly' J. P. Benson.) ? ~~~ About Breakfast Foods This time of year we all like breakfast foods. We have a complete line of Cereals and Hot Cake Flours?all new and fresh. Our prepared Buckwheat Flours can't be beat. We also have Eastern Buckweat in 10 pound sacks. I H. J. RAYMOND || ?:? ? "?