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III I 1 II I I I I I I 1 I 1 I > I I II HI I 1 II I 11 1 I I I III II II I 1 II I I I I It j; THE LATEST AMERICAN INVENTION ! MAZDA LAMPS : ; AND ALL OTHER KINDS OF 1 I ELECTRIC LIGHTING GOODS | | Can be obtained from the ' \ ALASKA ELECTRIC LIGHT & POWER CO. ! ! Third and Franklin Streets Juneau ? > I MllllllHM>HIHtHIMHIIIMIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIII H 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 of any kind of Banking business DIRECTORS T. F. Kennedy, Pres. rr kkwedy. i John Reck, Vice-Pres. geo. rhiller Harold H. Post, Cashier m. j. o connor Under the same management FIRST TERRITORIAL BASK OF ALASKA Interest paid on Time Deposits IkeST* 35c I Creepers The Best Ever 1 ij ALASKA SUPPLY COMPANY i|] 1 I II|I I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I IMI IM H H HI I I I II I I I I I I I I 1 it \ ALASKA MEAT COMPANY John Rock. Mgr. : 1 Wholesale and Retail Butchers Manufacturers of all Kinds of Sausages Our Hams and Bacon Are | Home-Smoked ???????????????? It . WE CARRY NOTHING BUT THE BEST BRANDS OF CANNED GOODS STRICTLY FRESH EGGS AL- < , ;; WAYS ON HAND. ? , J. M. G10VANETT1 | , j| Calhoun Ave. Phone 3-8-5 1 j i Foreign and Domesti SUITS 53 5 Correct Styles In All % Woolens In Stock p \tlf\t I A It I IN the Late Fabrics jf': MERCHANT i. WULlAINU TAILOR |jj Suits, 535 and up. Cleaning and pressing promptly and neatly done ? SECOND STREET - - - Phone 6-6 - - - - JUNEAU 8 ( I I I I M I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I M When Ordering \\\ BEER I!; Insist on c RAINIER PALE i;i ? M I >1 II M II I I IIII I II I I II ItI I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I IH I I I I II'v B.M.BEHRENDS,BANKER " ' c : JUNEAU, ALASKA THE OLDEST BANK IN ALASKA J Established 1887 Int rest Paid on Member Savings Accounts American Bankers' A'ssn. j? I ! 1 ^ + FRONT STREET PHONE 248 j 4 1 1 1 1 1 II I 1 I I 1 I 1 I I I 1 1 I n II 11 H Juneau ;; . Hardware Company:; ? ^! a *? b; Ohio and Euclid !! ? RANGES I !! pi All Styles and Sizes of tl HEATERS f: 1 1 1 III III i m 1 m i m i it y( II I I M I I H I I It I II M I H H;; ? ? Watch for the Bigger and Better ? ' HEIDELBERG II ji LIQUOR CO., Inc.; ! I "HOUSE OF GOOD DRINKS" ? | | Phone 386 Juneau, ! ) | Quick Delivery Alacka [ ' I I I I I I I I I I H-M I 1 1 I I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I 11^ :: The Arctic Pocket:: w .. p Billiard Parlors :: a !! Best Brands of !! CIGARS, TOBACCO and ;; ? !! SMOKING ARTICLES " 0) " HOUSEL and CLAY. Proprs. " 81 .. ii The management reserves the ? ? n ?? right to reject the patronage of ? ? any persons. , 1 1 1 1 11 I HI I 1 I I 11 I 1 1 I 1 I I 1 I !? F ALASKA IN FAIR WAY TO WIN OUT Congress Is In a fair way to enact the recommendation of President Wil son, looking to cutting the bonds that now bind Alaska, by providing for a government-owned trunk lino that shall split the Territory. A bill with that purpose in view has been approved by a majority of the territories commltteo and reported back to the House. Along with It goes a minority report, though it. is signed by but two membors. People living in the States can have little accurate conception of the man ner in which the great Territory of Alaska has been penalized by failure of the United States to outline and enforce a constructive policy. The Territory's great wealth of ag ricultural, timber and mineral resourc es, not to mention her general indus trial and commercial possibilities, have been held in cold storage so to speak because of absolute lack of transporta tion. Arrayed on ono side have been the honest, but extreme, conservationists, afraid that to enact laws, however Btiringent, might turn over the Terri tory to predatory Interests. On the other Bide have been these same inter ests, operating under cover and ready to promote any measure remaining rich portion of the public domain. Fortunately, a more temperate ele ment seems now to bo in tho saddle. The idea of this contigent, and it is virtually that of the President, is that the first step toward developing Alas ka is to build a railroad. Since it is sot desirable to delegate this costly task and manifest leverage for power to private interests, it is obvious that the government must underwrite the undertaking. Whatever is decided, justice to Alas- ( ka cannot long be delayed. Once the I rerritory Is provided with adequate ' transportation facilities, the quick de- 1 velopment of its resources will soon ' >egin to liquidate any expense to which the government may have been placed. ?Atlanta Constitution. 1 GLEANINGS" OF GRLAT NORTHERN EMPIRE [ The stampede to Frying Pan creek, i tributary of Lake creek in the Yu con Beaver creek district, has not yet -esulted in the discovery of anything :hat would warrant a statement that ( i promising find has been made ac- j wording to Canadian Mining Inspector t r. A. MacLean. j * * * The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ?\ H. Mobley, of Prince Rupert, form :rly of Atlin and well known in Skag- ? vay, died at the Grand Trunk terminal :lty early this month. ? * * Dr. L. S. Sugden. of Whitehorse, ex libited his Northern views and motion dctures in Seattle for two weeks. He s about to leave for the East on an ixtendcd advertising trip with his col ection. * * * W. A. Fuerst, who was tried and ovicted at Whitehorse for robbing a itore at Carmack's on the Yukon river, las been granted a new trial by Judge L Hack of Dawson. The date for the H lew trial has not been set * * * Yukon political organizatiaonB are - etting in shape for the new election \ hat is expected to take place in Can- ; da whenever the party in power de- ? ides that the date is propitious. ! ? * * Three young men?Austin Fraser, ? ohn Arthur William O'Nell and Maur- ! :e Panet?were admitted to the bar , 1 Dawson In one day recently. All of ? hem studied law at that place. * * * The heavy fall of snow of the Inter >r so far this winter augurs well for le condition of the rivers and streams >r the purposes of navigation and mln lg operations next year. Mrs. Bob Sannes, an Indian woman, l_ as burned to death in her cabin at 4 oal creek below Dawson, Christmas jj ay. The fire resulted from the over- ? ? irning of a lamp. 1! ? ? ? Winifred Green, of Hot Springs, .. ho was found guilty of larceny from ;; building at that place, was sentenced ;; Y Judge Fred E. Fuller, of Fairbanks, ? ? 1 13 months In the McNeil's island I! jnitentlary. ;; * * * Peter Pearson, a well known Fair- -. inks miner and pioneer, died at that " lace New Year's day of cancer of ?; le stomach. + ? ? ? More than. 31,000,000 has been pro iced by the Fairbanks quartz mines p to the present time. It is freely redlcted at that place that in a few ears quartz mining will become the lading industry of the district. * * ? Three hundred people attended the airbank's New Year's ball at the rctic Brotherhood hall. * * * The Fairbanks News-Miner which scently announced that it was a Dem- ? eratlc newspaper on New Year's day ^ lid that hereafter the paper will bo idependent "because there is no polf cs in Alaska." * * * Charles Landgraf, an employee In a j airbanks steam laundry, got his arm I caught in the machine with which he was working and it was broken in six places. The Angers were so badly crushed that all of those on the injured land were amputated. * * ? Cordova is becoming the center of 1 herring Ashing Industry. The launch Annie recently brought 160 barrels of lerring to that place as the result of me cruise. She promptly left on nn ither expedition after discharging her :argo. ORDER EASTERN STAR. A meeting of Juneau Chapter No. 7, )f the order of Eastern Star, will be leld in Odd Fellows' hall on Thurs lay, January 13th at 8 p. m. ,-12-lt. ORA MORGAN, Secy. Eat at the Pioneer, and die happy; W. a. Ferguson m. H. Kirkpatricx The Buffet Hotel Cain ! "nothing but the best" \ side entrance ? next to elks hall h : 3 i-i-i-i i i -i i- i -i 11 -i- h -i 1 The Louvre Bar :: \ ) AI Carlson. Prop. .. 'J ' Imported and Domestic ? ? ' ; LIQUORS AND CIGARS " j | RAINIER BEER ON DRAUGHT !! j ; ll> , Phone 3-3-5 Junoau ? ? -HH I I 1 I I I I I 1 I-l-H'I I I I 1 1 I I I J. F. ELFSTROM Watchmaker and Jeweler With W. H. Case. All work guaranteed I I I I I I I 1 I I I 11 I I 1 1 I I I I 1 I I I Stationery Books, Papers ?? Periodicals Binding Ruling Simpfcins 8 Freiman :: SEWARD BLDG. FRONT ST. i i .j. 11111111c111111I I111111 IT Try a Mecca Fizz "Smooth as Silk" At THE MECCA Front St. near Seward CONWAY & SECREST PETTIT and HARVEY * Real Estate bought and told, Collections, Rents and General Auditing, and Accoutlng, Finan cial Agents. 142 Front St. + LOOK Speckl LOOK ^rfFor the Next Five Days ?mi^^l? ON ALL MEN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS. COME IN AND SELECT YOUR CHOICE AND BE YOUR OWN SALES-PERSON. YOU WILL FIND ALL GARMENTS " . MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES?AND ALL WE ASK FOR THE NEXT FIVE DAYS IS ONE-FOURTH OF THE MARKED PRICE. $35.00 Values - - Now $26.25 30.00 " - - " 22.50 27.50 " - - " 20.65 25.00; " - - " 18.75 22.50 " - - " 16.85 20.00' " - - " 15.00 18.00 " - - " 13.50 15.00 " - - " 11.25 HFUSE OF BENJAMIN CLOTHES I B. M. BEHRENDS COMPANY ??B??BPMMW?BBMBMBMH5gZ3BWBCiaFi^ '.'.M',' ff JhTftldiff'ISUKT ?Ml III III I I 1 1 1 1 I HI I M i M'1 < i ORPHEUM ! I ; JOHN T. 8PICKETT, Propp. ;; < I JUNEAU, ALASKA I! ] SUNDAY ;; ? Pathe Weekly? ;; | ? Running Away of Doris? ;; j | ; Rural Caruso ) ;;l ; Metamorphosis ) ;; ; Fixing a Flirt? ;; ; o- 1! -H I I 111 M 1 t HI t I MM I I M-? ; tl MM I-H H-l-H-M-H 1 I M-H-t j The Place to Meet | r 11 the Old Alaskans ! is at ? ? : LOCKIE McKINNONS :: ! Every Thing First Class *1 I HI 1 t 1 1 1 1 1 M 1 M 1 1 I 1 I M$ : 11111 11! II i i 111 ii 11 m i h I ; Golden Belt Addition 11 [ Choice Residence Lots for Sale T X ? 'See EL L. OOBB. Act. ' - Phone 3-C-9 J ? ? f -i: I ( 1 ??! '-H-H-I 1 !??!?+ * ;New Goods & Samples j I Have Arrived :i: ?v SUITS?$32.50?AND UP ? H. HEIDORN & CO. * Seward Street, Near Third t ,, CALIFORNIA STORE M. Murruay, Manager 221 Seward St, Juneau Garment Cleaning. pressing and repairing. Ladles and Gents Tailoring. Our'Prices ~ Pressing Gents' Suits - - 50 cents i Suits Cleaned and Pressed - - tl.00 Suits Steam Cleonod and Pressed - 1.50 Ladies' Suits Pressed - - - 1.00 Ladies Suits Cleaned nnd Pressed - 1.50 ' Steam Cleaned and pressed - - 2.00 White'Glovra. Cleaned ... 10c Launch "Cordelia D" , f FOR CHARTER Fast and Comfortable See Davis Brothers, Phone 4-5 ? ' M H ?????????????????????<???? ? ? : Juneau Transfer Co. i: r- p- nelson j COAL WOOD i; ST^~RE ! STORAGE Headquarters for all kinds o <; STATIONERY ? Moving Carefully Done y office supplies Baggage Our Long Suit * FOUNTAIN PENS * t All Kinds BLANK BOOKS front street <> drafting papers, eac. > I? COR SECOND & SEWARD ST. > Next door to Raymond Co. < > \ ? ????????????????????????? * * FRESH ROASTED COfFEE 35c It goes farther 40c It's fresh 45c It tastes Coffee 50c It is all Coffee 3d and Gold Sta. Alacl/a CCA We Deliver Phone 208 Hldona vUlltJv v". Promptly UNION IRON WORKS Machine Shop and Foundry Gas Engines and Mill Castings Agents Union Gaa Engine and Regal Gas Engine A J Juneau Liquor Company, Inc. THE LARGEST STOCK-THE BEST BRANDS OF ! > i ? < > Imported and Domestic Liquors and Wines for family use JI i ? PHONE 9-4?MAIL ORDERS A SPECIALTY-FREE DELIVERY I! ?? ILntcH Reasonable Third and Harris Street, Juneau TheBERGMANN 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. ciiRMlTHRE FOR NEW YEAR I and for muny 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 1 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. - E J. RAYMOND L??