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OCCIDENTAL HOTEL AND ANNEX f
Occidental Hotel Co., J. P. Olds, Mgr., European Plan
Headquarters for Mining Men and Commercial Travelers
;; FRONT STREET Opposite Post Office Phone 1-1
A rt I M 1 I ' 1 I 1 I I I 1 1 1 1 I I 1 I I I I I I 1 1 I I 1 I I 1 1 I 1 F i l l 1">"M"I"I"1"1
Your BusinessrWh HaveSihtou!d-5 Reasons
INTEGRITY?fairness in all dealings.
EFFICIENCY?the best of service.
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
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Received I Sin?er SewinS Machincs
shipment of I Boys' Sleds I
====- Baby Cutters
Alfred Anderson Skis
Aluminum Roller Skates
lhe best oft Hardware, furniture
everything <
in (and Plumbing
C W. YOUNG COMPANY
FIRST TERRITORIAL BANK OF ALASKA
Douglas, Alaska
Every facility for banking. Foreign and domestic ex
i change. Commercial accounts solicited. Interest allowed
on time deposits.
M. J. O'CONNOR. Pres. - - - A. E. GURR, Cashier
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The Holiday Hush is Over and we Have Time to Give to
WATCH and CLOCK and JEWELRY
REPAIRING
PAUL BLOEDHORN
JEWELER, Douglas, Alaska.
THE HOME OF THE HOWARD WATCH
EURNITURE 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
NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED
M.J. O'CONNOR DOUGLAS
" El ery Little "
sold by us is fully guaranteed
GET IN LINE
(^Everybody's Doing It, Doing It''
Doing What?
BUYING AT
MENDHAM'S
144 FRONT ST.. TELEPHONE 266 ? - - JUNEAU, ALASKA
mini 11 ii 11 n
;; A. Benson \;
Stand at Wilts' Grocery Storo ?
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? ? ORDERS PROMPTLY EXECUTED ? >
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A. J. PALMER, M.D.
Physician and Surgeon
Phone 18, Sans Soucl Bldg.
Douglas - - - - Alaska
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??ii 111 m 111 mi 111 n 11 i in
?; DR. H. VANCE
The
OSTEOPATH;
Rooms 5 and 6 Malony Bldg. .
? Consultation and Examina- 1
Free. !
.! Graduate American School of !
"j Osteopathy, Klrksvllle, Mo. )
Seven years' active practice.
Office hours, 9 to 12 m. 1 to 5 .
p. m., or by appointment. *
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JUNEAU PEOPLE WED -
SECRETLY AT DOUGLAS
DOUGLAS, Jan. 21.?It waB learned
today that Mr. Ray Brltan and Mis?
Eunice Groom, both of Juneau, atole
a march on their friends and slipped
across the chunnel Jan. 1, 1914, and
were united in holy bonds of wedlock
by the Rev. Owen Umstead In the Con
gregational parsonage. Mr. Britan Is
I with the Alaska Gastineau company.
He is a recent arrival from Seattle.
The bride Is a stenographer In one of
the Juneau offices.
FUNERAL OF MARY BOYLE.
DOUGLAS, Jan. 21.?The funeral of
Mrs. Mary Boyle was held yesterday
afternoon at three o'clock. Rev. Ow
en Umstead officiating. ' Mrs. Bo>le
was known as one of the most beau
tiful Indian women of Alaska. She
was born at Dalton Post in 1890. The
husband and three sisters were pres
ent at the time of her death. She had
two brothers in Haines.
ADVENTURES OF GREAT
.DETECTIVE AT LYRIC
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DOUGLAS. Jan. 21. ? The great,
four-reel production of the life and
Adventures of Lieut. Petroslno will
be shown at the Lyric theatre tonight
and tomorrow. This is a wonderful
picture and should be seen by all.. It
portrays the life of the great detec
tive. who traced the members of the
Black Hand, and then was murdered
by his countrymen in Italy. This pic
ture has been secured by the manage
ment at a great expense and is such
' 'a picture as seldom has be^h shown .in
Alaska. The regular admission will
be charged. It is sure to please.
Save your coupons for prize night.
DOUGLAS STORES CLOSE AT
HALF PAST SIX O'CLOCK
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DOUGLAS, Jan. 21.?Beginning Mon
day night most of the Douglas stores
observed the 6:30 o'clock closing
agreement which they recently signed.
It is believed that this will now be a
j permanent thing with the merchants
of this place.
; Only three stores have not joined
the agreement. Those closing include
grocery, dry goods and hardware
stores. The clerks and salesmen arc
1 greatly pleased with the new order of
| things.
INTEREST IN TREADWELL
BASKETBALL IS INCREASING
DOUGLAS, Jan. 21.?Interest in the
TreadweU basketball tournament con
tinues to grow. The next game will
? be played Thursday night. While the
11 score Monday night, when the store
team defeated the Mexican. 32 to 15,
was somewhat lopsided, the scrap was
' much closer than the score would in
dicate. The Mexican team played hard
: and put up a good game, though it
seemed unable to make baskets. The
| store team played brilliant basketball,
showing perfect team work. Jack
Johnson was the star performer, mak
: ing most of the store team's scores,
some of them being long shots. John
? son and Porter were injured in the
i course of the game, but both showed
grit,, and played till the end. Wills,
Porter, Kennedy, Christman and John
son played for the store, and Foreman,
Beels, Gross, Berg and Barquist, with
Grundler substituting for Beels in the
second half, played for the Mexican
team.
The standing of the teams to date is
as follows:
Team Won Lost Pet.
Machine shop 3 1 .750
Mexican 2 2 .500
Store 2 3 .400
Cyanide 1 2 .333
| NO BASKETBALL GAME
UNTIL NEXT TUESDAY
DOUGLAS. Jan. 21.?There will be
no game between the Juneau and
Douglas high school teams until next
Tuesday. Two of the Douglas players
have not recovered from Injuries, and
it is was decided that the Douglas
team cannot go to Juneau before next
week.
The Douglas team will put the time
in at hard practicing under the direc
tion of Bob Schar.
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DOUGLAS NEWS NOTES |
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DOUGLAS, Jan. 21.?There will be
a social dance at the Treadwell club
! tonight. Some extra good music will
be furinshed by the Treadwoll orches
tra.
The Cyanide plant and machine shop
teams will play basketball tomorrow
evening at the Treadwell club.
The Ladies' League of the Congre
r gatlonal church will hold a tea in the
parlors of the church tomorrow after
noon at 2 o'clock. All ladles are in
I vlted.
The Alaska Catholic club met last
I night.
The Arctic Brotherhood had an in
teresting meeting last night.
The firm alarm startled the people
of Douglas last night about 9:30 o'
clock. and the Are laddies made quick
time up to the boarding house, form
erly owned by Mrs. Corbett. Upon
arriving there it was found that there
was nothing to use the hose on and
everybody returned.
Notice.
B. R. Lei vers is In charge of the Gil
ligan draylng business, during the tat
ter's Illness, and all business with that
firm should be conducted with him.?
1-17-Lf.
ORPHeOm THEAtRE.
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At the Orpheum theatre last night
"Billy's Burglar," the two-reel Vita
graph comedy-drama, was the special
attraction and proved to be a most
pleasing picture play. Paul Kelly, In
the leading part bf "Billy" the juve
nile detective, did some clever work In
his chase and capture of One-Eyed
Jim, the Crook. 'A good picture with
plenty of comedy.,
"San Xavler Mission," is a scenic
and educational picture of that beau
tiful institution at Tuscon, Arizona.
In connection with this is shown works
of art, such as pottery-making and
basket-weaving by native Indians of
Arizona.
"The Artist's Romance," a beautiful
and refined romantic comedy, was pre
sented in photo-play by tho Lubln
stars, Arthur Johnson and Lottie Bris
coe, is a splendid picture well worth
seeing.
"The Hobo's Rest Cure," a dandy
Sellg comedy of tramp life, closed a
good, enjoyable entertainment, which
will be repeated this evening.
Remember "Kerry Gow,'* Thursday
and Friday.
EXCELLENT SHOW AT GRAND
TONIGHT.
"Toys of Destiny." a two-reel fea
ture that is full of Interest and heart
touching play. Don't miss this two
reel production.
"Indian Dances and Pastimes," in
teresting; "101 Bison" production ?
ways of the Indians.
"Cupid Finds a Way," a very good
comedy. Come and enjoy our show to
night.
DOUGLAS COASTERS ARE
INVITED TO TRY SLED
The Alaskan Hotel has extended an
Invitation to the visitors in the city
from Douglas to try coasting on Its
sled which is making flying machine
time on the Franklin street grade and
down lower Front street. The sled Ib
20 feet long and accommodates 16 per
sons. It is alleged to have acquired
a speed exceeding 75 miles per hour
after getting under way and before
the leve( ground is struck .below .the
hill. It ip equipped with electric
lights, a fire bell, and is driven by a
competent pilot. The guests of the
Alaskan Hotel and their friends have
been enjoying coasting on this dis
tance annihllator for the last week.
BAILEY'S BAKERY SOLD.
Mrs. M. J. Hughes has purchased
Bailey's bakery, located on lower
Front Btreet. She took possession of I
the business today. Mr.?Balley will
retain control of the building, however,
and has determined to erect an addi
tion to it that will provide suitable
apartments for living purposes.
JUNEAU ELKS DEFEAT
ELKS OF DOUGLAS
The Elks of Juneau defeated those
of Douglas in a bowling contest at the
Elks' club alleys in this city last night.
The score was: Juneau, 2310; Doug
las, 2111.
The tenmB were:
Juneau?Haasch, Leafgreen, King,
Carmein and Lukes.
Douglas?Snow, Thelke, Terry, Ben
nett and Metz.
The high score was made by Leaf
green, 202; and the high average by
Haasch, 178.
CARD OF THANKS.
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Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Lundstrom wish
to tender their sincere thanks to their
many friends for the kindness extended
during their recent bereavement.
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MARINE NOTES |
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The Al-Kl will arrive from the South
tonight about 11 o'clock and will
sail on the return trip at 7 tomor
row morning. '
The Marplsoa left Cordova at 3 p.
m. yeBterday and Is expected to ar
rive in Juneau tomorrow noon. }??
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The Northwestern sailed from Seat
tle last night and Bhould arrive here
Friday night
The Humboldt should sail form Se
attle January 30.
The Georgia left for Sitka today.
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PERSONAL MENTION |
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Thomas E. Brandon, well known rep
resentative of tho Watson-Moore com
pany, left for Sitka on the Georgia to
day.
A. VanMavern, local representative
of the West Coast Grocery company, is
a passenger on tho Georgia enroutc to
Sitka. I
Prof. Jack Sumpf, formerly of Ket
chikan, has returned to Juneau and
will locate here. It is his idea to open
a music studio and also accept en
gagements In tho umslcal line.
Bargain Sale
English Cravenetto 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.
Ladles' Gloves?50c.
Ladles' Hose?15c, 30c, 50c, and $1.
Ladies' Kimonos?$2, $4, $7, $8, $15.
JOE KELLY
72 FRONT STREET - - - JUNEAU <
Grand
Clearance
Sale of all
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:: odd pieces
::n i| Underwear
Half Price
i: One lot of
odd Sweaters
0 Half Price
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Ladies'
Tailor-made
Suits, Coats
Dresses, Skirts
Mr Gowns I
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Raincoats
One-Third Regular Price j
? NATURE'S BEST ?
are the only fruits and vegetables jr * ^
used In our canned goods and pre- //I ? J ^ ?M/s?^. J
serves. Pickled where grown and, ? fw?/ s"f/\/ / f$
fully ripened, they arc at once put Into ?/ ?/???L?fTTTtT
cans and jura with all their goodness . I 0' ^
retained. Try them If you want some- (,
thing extra good for the table. ? l/tfj) yf i
(GROCERY DEPT.) ^^^^^QjUNERUyflLcRSKR* ^
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We Have Just Received a Shipment of?
HOWARD and |1 / g. ?
Hamilton Watches
Let Us Show Them to You We Sell Them At Factory Prices.
A' NELSON & OSBORNE |
W inter-W eatRer
1 SPECIALS I
FLANNEL SHIRTS
$2.00 to $5.00
SWEATERS
JACKETS
PA A T^C Saxony Knitting Co.
1 O None Better
$5.00 to $7.50
FELDER SHOES--Good soles, solid up
pers, latest styles, best value
$5.00 to $12.00
CROSSETT SHOES-Best street shoe on
the market--waterproof--$5 to $7
CHESTERFIELD CLOTHING--You can't
match them for style, fit and material
$25.00 to $35.00
TUP UI TR Mullen & liebert
JL JLjLILi II KJ O Seward Blk. Front Street
W. A. Ferguson M. H. Kirkpatrick
The Buffet
Hotel Cain
"nothing but the besx,"
SIDE ENTRANCE
NEXT TO ELKS HALL
Ben's bean counter counts 1000 beans t
a lick; 25c. Come and see It work, S
Furnished rooms for rent Inquire
534 E. 6th st 12-4-tf. '
Latest novelties in
Tobacco Jars
and Pipe Racks
at BURFORD'S
Well ventilated rooms and board at
he St Georgo House, formerly the
Simpson hospital. 10-3-tf
Desk calendar pads for 1914, at Nel
ion's stationery store. 12-13-tf

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