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Occidental Hotel Co., J. P. Olds, Mgr., European Plati
Headquarters for Mining Men and Commercial Travelers ? c
FRONT STREET Opposite Post Office Phone 1-1 !! i
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YourBusincss-^hyHaveSihtou!d-5 Reasons ?
INTEGRITY?fairness in all dealings. ? i
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. '
Received | Sin?er Sewing Machines ;
shipment of Boys' Sleds
Alfred Anderson Skis
Aluminum Roller Skates
the best oj (hardware, Furniture a
everything < 7
in I and Plumbing
C. W. YOUNG COMPANY
FIRST TERRITORIAL BANK OF 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
The Holiday Rush is Over and we Have Time to Give to
WATCH and CLOCK and JEWELRY
JEWELER, Douglas, Alaska.
J THE HOME OF THE HOWARD WATCH
P. H FOX'S - - Douglas, Alaska
If You Want the Real Thing in
M. J. O'Connor
A Perfect Fit or No Sale
NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED
M. ]. O'CONNOR DOUGLAS
Every One Guaranteed
The largest stock of Watches
. . in Alaska . .
AT OUTSIDE PRICES
Which are set by the Watch Factories v ,
New Howard, Hamilton, Waltham and Elgin
1144 FRONT ST., TELEPHONE 266 - - - JUNEAU, ALASKA
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A. J. PALMER, M.D.
Physician and Surgeon
Phone 18, Sans Soucl Btdg.
Douglas - Alaska
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Rooms 5 and 6 Malony Bldg. ..
? Consultation and Examina- (
Free. !! (
. Graduate American School of " \ \
\ 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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JOUGLAS FIRE BURNS
TO THE GROUND
DOUGLAS, Jan. 24?Flro destroy
>d & residence on St. Ann's avenue, be
ouginK to Mat Halm, and situated
tear the hospital at 9:30 o'clock this
norning, making the third flro within
i week, "tho house was occupied by
in Italian named Glovanetti, who was
isleep in the building when the Are
vas discovered. He was awakened by
leighbors and made his oscape.
The alarm was flrst sounded on the
3t. Ann's avenue bell, and repeatod
t>y the Douglas alarm bell. The two
:hcmlcala and three hose carts of the
Douglas Are department responded
Immediately and were soon at work
an the Are. They were followed by
Treadwell flremen, who brought a
chemical into action.
The Are laddies made a stubborn
Aght to save the building, but the blaze
got too much a start. The building
Is a total wreck, but by hard work the
buildings next to it were saved.
EXCELLENT SHOW AT THE LYRIC.
DOUGLAS. Jan. 24?There is an
excellent show scheduled for Sunday
at the Lyric theatre. "Caprices of
Fortune," a two-reel Eclair,'.drama,
that is intensely Interesting and will
make a hit. "El Captlan and the Land
Grabber." another drama, full of action.
"Her Lover's Voice," an Imp comedy.
Save your coupons for Friday, Prize
' DOUGLAS NEWS NOTES
DOUGLAS. Jan. 24?The Caledonian
Club had a big celebration last night.
There was a banquet with songs and
speeches, followed by dancing. ,
The Scandinavian Club met last
night at the I. 0. O. F. hall.
The show at the Tread we II club to
day and hereafter will be at 3:16 p.
m. matinee, and 7:30 p. m. iu the even
The ilremen of Treadwell met last
night and transacted routine business.
Four reels of pictures were shown.
The two native boys ar-i in training j
for their skating race on Tuesday
There will be a basketball game on
Monday at Treadwell.
A few minor repairs are being made
at the Treadwell Club.
IN DOUGLAS CHURCHES
St. Luke's Episcopal.
There will be services in St. Luke's
Episcopal Church tomorrow morning
at 10:30 a. m., with sermon by the
Rev. G. E. Renison. Subject: "The
Possibility of Turning Blessing Into
Evil." Everyone is most cordially
welcome. Sunday school at 10 a. m.
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The Congregational church Sunday.
Suriday school at 10 a. m. Evening
service at 7:30. Theme: "Bells." All
FAIRBANKS' DREAM THAT
IS COMING TRUE
There is an old love song entitled,
"When Dreams Come True." The sen
timent is beautiful, but who is there
that believes that they do?
Yet Fairbanks dreamed of a rail
road long years ago. It was only a
dream, though, and dismissed as such.
The first one to make his dream pub
licly known, remarked that he would
stay in the Interior until he could ride
out on the cars. He is still In the In
But this is one of the dreams which
is coming true. When Congress con
venes again in a few days, the Alaska
railroad bill is first on the docket It
has passed through the preliminary
fires, its weak points have been
strengthened, it has no determined op
position, and we are only waiting for
the news of its passage to flash West
? Then the real stampede to Alaska
will begin. It will, of course, be no
such rough and tumble affair as the
days of '98, but North In search of
homes will come the sturdy stock from
the United States, a steady influx of
settlers and Investors that will double
the population before the road is com
Again 'It is opportune to say to the
pld-timers who have never been able
to make a clean-up, now is the mo
ment to cast about for something to
seize onto. This is legitimate. You
ire entitled to it. It Is not a case of
preying upon "suckers" who may be
attracted North; it is a case of realiz
ing on property that can be worked
when transportation becomes cheap?
when the dream of Alaska comes true.
English Cravenette .Raincoat*, $9,
$10.50, $11, $12.50.
Silk Dresee?$6.50, $12.50, $15, $20.
Embroideries and laces, underwear?
$1.25 to $2.50.
Petticoats?75c, $1, $2^5, $3. $4, $5.
Corset Covers?35c, 50c, and 75c.
Silk Waists?75c, $1, $2, $3, $4, and $5.
Ladles' Hose?15c, 30c, 50c, and $1.
Ladies' Kimonos?$2, $4, $7, $8, $15.
'2 FRONT STREET - - - JUNEAU
Sale of all
Kr Gowns i
One-Third Regular Price
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One lot of
One lot of
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A LOT OF HARD WORK
is necessary to .keep up the high stan
dard of groceries handled hore. We
are kept pretty busy in selecting the
good qualities from the many inferior
grades so temptingly offered us. Our
reward lies in your continuous satis
faction with the groceries you pur
chase here. How great that satisfac
tion is you can determine by giving
us a trial order today.
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?CHURCH NOTES !
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Trinity Episcopal Church. j
George Edward Renlson, Rector. *w
Sunday School at 12 noon. Evening d
prayer and sermon at 8 o'clock, sub- .
ject, "The Failure of Dives, or the ](
Great Danger of a Materialistic Age."
Special music by the full vested choir, j,
Everyone Is most cordialy Invited, q
Choir practice on Thursday evening
at 7:45. ^
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R. C. Blackwell, .Pastor.
Services morning and evening at ^
11 and 7:30 o'clock. Sunday School ?
at 12 o'clock. Young People's meet- j
Ing at 6:30 p. m. Prayer meeting and ,
choir practice on Thursday evening.
Meeting of the Womans' Social Union
Friday at 2 p. m. j
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John B. Stevens, Pastor. ^
Morning service at 11 o'clock, sub
ject, "The Pr.ce of Power." Evening
service at 7:30 o'clock. The Forgiven
Debtor and the Law of Recompense."
Anthem by full choir with ohllgato so
los by Miss Mather and W. W. Short
hill. Sunday School at 12 o'clock. ^
Prayer meeting on Thursday evening
at 7:30 o'clock. ^
Christian Science. ^
Services are held in Christian Sci
ence hall, Third and Seward streets, a
Sunday at 11 o'clock. Subject of les
son sermon, "Truth." All are wel- ^
come. Sunday School at 10 a. m.
Wednesday evening meeting at 8 o'- n
clock. Free reading room each Wed
nesday from 2 to 5 p. m. S
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FORMER JUNEAU PUBLISHER
GETS BIG BILL ALLOWED
The Evening Record, published at a
Marshfleld, Ore., by A. R. O'Brien, for
merly of this city, was allowed a bill a
for the county public printing aggre
gating $11,888.41 recently. The Rec
ord was also given the county print
ing for another year. ^
Regular meting of Juneau Chapter, 1
No. 7, Order of the Eastern Star, Odd
Fellows' hall, Tuesday. Jan. 27, at 8
p. m. lniation. 1-24-2C r<
ORA MORGAN, Secy. n
IORTHWESTERN BRINGS I
The Northwestern arrived from the
louth about 4:30 this morning. Gus
iichcl is purser, succeeding Joe Large,
fho has gone on a vacation. The ship
ischarged her freight for Junean and
eparted before 7 o'clock. The fol
awing passengers for Juneau were
board: S. A. Gray, F. L. Flaherty, J.
\ Malony .and wife, Chas. Spalding,
Jscar Jensen, E. T. Moore, N. M. Al
en, O. C. Nelson, Mrs. L. Watson, '
'ora Kilroy, Mrs. Jack Smedon, Ed.
Silodeau, Charles Maull, J. Kertis, L.
'. Hansen, Robert Carlson, Louis Ais
,a. W. D. Kinon, T. Donahue, A. Hay
nan, J. H. Terry, Kenyon Hougwell,
4. R. Melsingseth, George Butzer, J.
. Meherin, J. J. Montague, and thlr
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MARINE NOTES I
The Georgia arriving from Sitka is
cheduled to leave for Skagway to
The Admiral Sampson Is expected
rom the WesCward next Wednesday,
The Jefferson sailing trom Seattle
omorrow should arrive In Juneau next
The Spokane should arrive from Se
ttle January 30.
The Humboldt sails from Seattle
The Cordova- sails from Seattle to
The Northwestern arriving from the
outh sailed for tho Westward at 7
'clock this morning.
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SUNDAY DINNER EARLY
RIPE OLIVES CELERY, CABBAGE, 8WEET PICKLES
CHOW CHOW FRUIT FOR SALADS SWEET POTATOES
Our Specialty: FRESH EGGS?FRESH BUTTER
"WE SELL GOOD GOODIES"
SANITARY GROCERY Phone 85
FOUND?A purse on St Ann's ave
ue a few dltyB ago, owner may have
ame by giving description and claim
lg, at the cigar stand, Treadwell club;
nd paying.for this ad. 1-23-3L
B. R. Lelvers 1b in charge of the Gil
gan draylng business, during the lat
;r's illness, and all business with that
rm should be conducted with him.?
FOR RENT.?Nicely furnished front
?om with bath, suitable for gentle
ian, reasonable. Phone 273. 1-23-3L
Does your Watch keep Correct Time?
If not, bring it to us. Wo have years of experience In Watch Work,
and guarantee every Watch to be In perfect condition when leaving
ft'iitf. NEttiON & OSBORNE
$2.00 to $5.00
pA A TC Saxony Knitting Co.
^ 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
T1417 141 TR Mullen & Hebert
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w. a. fkrouhon m. h. kirk patrick
"nothing but the best"
next to elks hall
Ben's bean counter counts 1000 beans 1
a lick; 25c. Come and see It work. !
Furnished rooms for rent Inquire
34 E. 6th st 12-4-tf. i
Latest novelties in
and Pipe Racks
Well ventilated rooms and board at
le St George House, formerly the
impson hospital. 10-3-tf
Desk calendar pads for 1914, at Nel
tn's stationery store. 12-13-tf
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