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I OCCIDENTAL HOTEL AND ANNEX | Occidental Hotel Co., J. P. Olds, Mgr., European Plan Headquarters lor Mining Men nud Commercial Travelers ?; FRONT STREET Opposite Post Otflco Phono 1-1 !! *1 I i I I 1 1 I i '? I -l I 'l l I I H I i l-M l l l 1 1 1 111 1 I I 1 I I I HIM 1 I I M I-I Your Business- WhyH?veSihtould-5 Reasons INTEGRITY?fairness in all dealings. EFFICIENCY?the best of sendee.' QUALITY?Our goods are of highest standard. PRICES?the lowest consistent with high quality goods. EXPERIENCE?Our years of practical experience is your guarantee that in our store your drug wants are cared for in the most proficient manner. BRITT'S PHARMACY 1 Received I s'nSer Sewing Machines 1 shipment of I Boys' Sleds j - Baby Cutters I Alfred Anderson Skis Aluminum Roller Skates the best oft Hardware, Furniture everything < m (and Plumbing C. W. YOUNG COMPANY t???^?? FIRST TERRITORIAL BANK OF ALASKA Douglas, Alaska Every facility for banking. Foreign and domestic ex change. Commercial accounts solicited. Interest allowed on time deposits. M. J. O'CONNOR. Pres. - - - A. E. GURR, Cashier i 1 The Holiday Rush is Over and we Have Time to Give to j WATCH and CLOCK and JEWELRY || REPAIRING PAUL BLOEDHORN JEWELER, Douglas, Alaska. THE HOME OF THE HOWARD WATCH FURNITURE LINOLEUM I P. H FOX'S - - Douglas, Alaska If You Want the Real Thing in TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING SEE M. J. O'Connor A Perfect Fit or No Sale II |< NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED I M. J. O'CONNOR DOUGLAS J Your Watch and Jewelry Repaired by Expert Don't Delay. Attend to it today An Ahifc. lean Watch CC 00 1 7 jewe'e-t movement jO# < fully ^Lxranteed, for ? MENDHAM'S L1J.MIL. a.MJ-M.LiJ. KJ Established 1897 ,t 144 FRONT ST, TELEPHONE 266 ?? - JUNEAU, ALASKA ^z 111111 A D Transfer :: A. oenson & Express:: Stud at Wills' Grocery Store ' 1 ] | Phones or 3SS ) '1. ? i ORDERS PROMPTLY EXECUTED ? ? ' ? t H I I I I M I l< II It I I I I I HO ; I. + + 1. A. J. PALMER, M.D. Physician and Surgeon ! Phone 18, Sans Souci Bldg. || Douglas - - - ? Alaska j ?1 ? !? II ?! ?I'M I I I I I 1 I M I I 111 if i DR. H. VANCE :: The :: I : OSTEOPATH;: Rooms 5 and 6 Malony Bldg. .. Consultation and Examina- I! i Free. " 1 Graduate American School of " Osteopathy, Klrksvllle, Mo. 1 Seven years'active practice. Office hours, 9 to 12 m. 1 to 5 !! p. m., or by appointment. *| p ?III I II III HI II III I I 111 III n FAITHFUL TREADWELL _ DOG IS NO MORE DOUGLAS, Jan. 20.?"Rover," the faithful old dog that belonged to the Christoo family for many years and made friends for himself of all the res idents of Douglas Island, is no more. The poor old fellow was afflicted with a growth on his neck, and to put him out of his .misery and prevent anything from happening that might mar the memory of the animal, he was put to death. "Rover" was only a dog, but he was known and liked of all. Many a passerby, attracted by his unfailing kindliness, stopped to pet htm before proceeding on their way. He possess ed many traits that stamped him to be almost human in intelligence. For in stance, when anyone would call at the Christoe home, If the knock was not promptly responded to, old "Rov er" would scurry around until ho found a member of the family whom ho would bring to the visitor to bid him welcome. This was one of many things that served to make everybody the friend of the old dog that is dead. * ? SAME PROGRAM AT LYRIC THEATRE TONIGHT DOUGLAS, Jan. 20.?The same at tractive program at the Lyric will be repeated tonight: "Fires of Conscience," In two reels is a very exciting drama, by the Re liance company. "The Birth of tho Lotus Blossom," is another good drama of the Thanhous er make. "Scenes from tho Balkan War" and "The Emergency Waiter," a split reel, with an educational and interesting part and a good comedy. Watch for the famous picture, "Life of Lieut Pet roslno." ? ? + * DOUGLAS NEWS NOTES I ? DOUGLAS, Jan. 20?The store bas ketball team won a decisive victory over the Mexican team last night al though the losers played a hard game. The score: Store, 32: Mexican, 15. The Alaska Catholic club will hold a very important business meeting to night at 8 o'clock. All members are requested to be present. The Ladies' Auxiliary met last night. The A. B. meets tonight. The big. new bell for the Douglas "J public schools arrived on the Jeffer son. It weighs about a ton. The next game of basketball be- p, tween Douglas and Juneau will prob- re ably be held in Jaxon's rink Tuesday -p] night of next week. c] There will be a social dance at the ^ Treadwell club tomorrow evening. Spe- ty cial Treadwell orchestra. Bob Schar will leave about January ^ SO. to resume his studies at the Unl- jc versity of Washington. re Glover Kertis will be returning soon. tjj The Spokane discharged a few hun dred tons of freight here today. co LUNDSTROM CHILD A IS BURIED TODAY + an The funeral of Dorothy, Infant daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Lundstrom, occurred from the family residence -? this afternoon at two o'clock. Inter ment was in Evergreen cemetery. GOLD CREEK WATER CASE IS CONTINUED The hearing in the case of the Alas ka Juneau company for the control of Gold creek wator occupied the district court for a session again last night, and was continued over until 7:30 Wednesday night E. W. PETTIT IS NOTARY. E. W. Pettit, city clerk and judge af the municipal court has been ap pointed a notary public by Gov. J. F. K. Strong. INCREASING CAPITAL. The Juneau Liquor Co has filed tmended articles of incorporation with Secretary Charles E. Davidson, pro dding for an increase in the capital itock from $15,000 to $25,000. DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: No ice is hereby given that' on January 17, 1914, the firm of Simpkins & Frel nan was dissolved by mutual agree nent, George M. Simpkins retiring rom the said firm; and that all bills, lotes and accounts due and payable, >r which may hereafter become due ind payable, by said firm will be paid >y Leon Freiman; and that all bills md accounts due and owing to said irm shall be paid to said Leon Frei nan. Dated at Juneau, Alaska, January 9, 1914. LEON FREIMAN, GEO. M. SIMPKINS. Notice. B. R. Leivers is in charge of the Gil Igan draying business, during the lat er's illness, and all business with that rm should be conducted with him.? -17-tf. WANTED?Chamber work by com etent lady. Room 4, Occidental An ex. 1-20-tf. v-f ? <V . , ,? Grand . ~r Clearance Sale of all j| One lot of > < ? ./ f o, odd pieces || Underwear I; Half Price || One lot of Y odd Sweaters r & || Half Price '> <? t < > , ; - < y J X Ladies' Tailor-made Suits, Coats Dresses, Skirts I % Gowns and I Raincoats at One? Tllird Regular Price ji NATURE'S BEST are the only fruits and vegetables used in our canned goods and pre serves. Pickled where grown and, fully ripened, they are at once put Into cans and jars with all their goodness retained. Try them If you want some thing extra good for the table. < (GROCERY DEPT.) * ; i' TunehuAaska. * JILLY'S BURGLAR" AT ORPHEUM The Orpheum theatre tonight will ?esent as a special attraction the two el comedy-drama, "Billy's Burglar." his is a Vitagraph feature picture, ean and up-to-date; exciting automo le chase and capture. There is plen of life and action. "An Artist's Romance," presenting e Lubin company's stars, Arthur thnson and Lottie Briscoe, is a clean, fined romantic comedy, and one of e prettiest of picture plays. To see is is to.ejftjoy it "The Hobo's Rest Cure," a Selig medy of tramp life, Is all for fun. good show. Remember "Kerry Gow," Thursday id Friday. Empire want ads got results. FOR KENT?Nicely furnished front room with bath for gentleman. Phone 273. l-29-3t. FOR RENT?Furnished room Tor gentleman. Reference required. Meals is desired. 532 Seward St l-19-2t Bargain Sale English Cravenette Raincoats, $9, $10.50, $11, $12.50. Silk Dreses?$6.50, $12.50, $15, $20. Embroideries and laces, underwear? $1.25 to $2.50. ? Petticoats?75c, $1, $2.25, $3. $4, $5. ~ Corset Covers?35c, 50c, and 75c. Silk Waists?75c, $1, $2, $3, $4, and $5. Ladies' Gloves?50c. Ladies' Hose?15c, 30c, 50c, and $1. Ladles' Kimonos?$2, $4, $7, $8, $15. JOE KELLY 72 FRONT STREET - - - JUNEAU Just Received a beautiful line of I Evening and I Afternoon I GOWNS WHICH WE WILL PLACE ON SALE AT JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE PRICES. EVERY ONE A PERFECT MODEL, AND THE LAT EST IDEAS AND NO TWO ALIKE. SIZES?34 TO 40?IN ALL THE NEW SHADES. ? $22.50 to $32.50 (Alterations Made Free of Charge.) "The Fashion" Telephone 271 ? Guffey Bldg. Anderson & Jones _j F - 634 We Have Just Received a Shipment of? HOWARD and ll/ il Hamilton Watches Let Us Show Them to You We Sell Thenr At Factory Prices. iVmu NELSON & OSBORNE | It Pays to be Well Dressed Chesterfield Clothing THE LEADER IN THE UNITED STATES FOR A STYLISH, HAND-TAILORED GARMENT?BEST MATERIAL, TRIMMING AND FINISH? $25.00 TO $30.00 THE HOLIDAY SHIPMENT IS HERE, GIVING A COMPLETE AS SORTMENT OF FASHIONABLE CLOTHING TO SELECT FROM. Keep Your CROSSET SHOES Feet Dry Every pair Warranted. ^? Exclullve THP HI TR MullenTHebert J. JOII-4 Ai 13 Seward Blk. front Street W. A. Fkrouson M. H. Kip.kpatiuck The Buffet Hotel Cain "nothing but the best" side entrance next to elks hall en's bean counter counts 1000 beans t i lick; 25c. Come and see It work. ? urnishcd rooms for rent Inquire E. 6th st 12-4-tf. b i Latest novelties in Tobacco Jars and Pipe Racks at BURFORD'S ^ Well ventilated rooms and board at ho St George House, formerly the Mmpson hospital. 10-3-tf Desk calendar pads for 1914, at Nel en's stationery store. 12-13-tf