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x4> Occidental Hotel Co., J. P. Old*. Mgr., European Plan
T Headquarters for Mining Men and Commercial Travelers
+ FRONT STREET Opposite Post Office Phone 1-1 I! 1
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Your Business- WhyHaveSihtould -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.
Received I Singer Sewing Machines
shipment of | Boys' Sleds i
" Baby Cutters
Alfred Anderson Skis
Aluminum Roller Skates
lhe be?!?t (hardware, Furniture
everything < 7
in (and Plumbing
C. W. YOUNG COMPANY J
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.
THE HOME OF THE HOWARD WATCH
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If You Want the Real Thing in
M. J. O'Connor
A Perfect Fit or No Sale
NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED
|j M. ]. O'CONNOR DOUGLAS \
Watch, Clock and Jewelry Repairing
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Outside Prices !
on Diamonds, Watches
144 FRONT ST., TELEPHONE 266 - - - JUNEAU, ALASKA ' I
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' | Stand at Willa' Grocery Store ' j
| Phonea 4"S or 3-8-6 j I
< ? ORDERS PROMPTLY EXECUTED ? ?
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A. J. PALMER. M.D.
Physician and Surgeon
Phone 18, Sans Souci Bldg.
Douglas - - - - Alaska
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; DR. H. VANCE"
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Room* 5 and 6 Malony Bldg. ..
- Consultation and Examina- 1!
? Free. !!
Graduate American School of
\ Osteopathy, Klrkeville, Mo. *j
Seven years' active practice.
Office hours, 9 to 12 m. 1 to 5 !.
;; p. m., or by appointment. *'
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COMPLETE CHANGE AT
LYRIC THEATRE TONIGHT
DOUGLAS, Jan. 27.?The following
s the Lyric's new program for tonight:
"The Great Sacrifice," a wonderful
Kaybee drama of the civil war, two
"The Face at the Window,' 'a drama
by the Solax, very Interesting.
"Mablo's Heroes" and "Her Birth
day," 'two very Interesting and laugha
ble comedies by the Kaystone.
Save your coupons for prize night.
HIGH SCHOOLS PLAY
DOUGLAS, Jan. 27.?Tho Douglas
and Juneau high school basketball
teams will play tonight in Jaxon's
rink, Juneau, at 8:30, the third game
of the series.
The Douglas team accompanied by
a pack of rooters and high school pu
pils will go over on the 7 p. m. ferry.
The lineup for Douglas is Markancn
and Oliver forwards, Galwas and Lil
jestrand guards, Marks center, Jack
son and Gnrns substitutes. The teams
have taken a game apiece now, and
there will be a hotl ycontested game
tonight. The yelling bunch will be
present with a choice collection of
DOUGLAS NEWS NOTES '
DOUGLAS. Jan. 27?The scheduled
race between Thomas Johnson and
Joe Collier. Indians, will be skated to
night at 8:30 at the roller rink. Ad
mission 25 cents.
Dr. Do Pierno R. Hector and daugh
ter are returning passengers on the
The Alaska Catholic club social will
be held tonight at 8:15. Cards will bo
played and prizes awarded.
There was a council meeting last
night. Bills were paid and other busi
ness attend to.
Toe Jones is fast recovering from his
MARINE NOTES I
The Admiral Sampson left Cordova
yesterday and should arrive here to
The Spokane should arrive in Ju
neau tomorrow night or early Thurs
The JefTcrson should arrive in Ju
neau tomorrow night or early Thurs
The Northwestern should arrive
from the Westward Friday or Satur
The Mariposa will sail from Seattle
next Friday and should arrive in Ju
neau February 2.
The Humboldt will resume the run.
leaving Seattle next Friday.
The Georgia left for Sitka fhls morn
BANKERS MUST DEFEND
BOWLING ALLEY HONORS
The bankers' bowlers, who gained a
victory over the "overdrafts" Satur
day night at the Blks'-alleys, will have
to defend their honors. The over
drafts have secured attorneys, and the
lawyers will meet the bankers in mor
tal combat, probably some evening thlB
week. Jim Barragar, who is some
bowler, himself, said it is no wonder
that the bankers defeated the over
draft fellows when one considers the
Interest that was taken?but interest
does not always fall toward the banks
when bankers have lawyers to con
The bankers will play "the double
out system" against the lawyers, and
stay with the same team that brought
victory to their standard Saturday ?
Guy McN'aughton, J. R. Willis and Mr.
Lucas. The lawyers have not decided
upon the personnel of their team yet
except that Judge John R. Winn will
be one of them. Z. R. Cheney, Judge
J. B. Marshall, Judge Grover C. Winn
and Judge R. E. Robertson are being
YOUNG PEOPLE ARE WED.
Miss Florence Hurley and Mr. John
Howard were quietly married last eve
ning in the rectory of Trinity Episco
pal church. Rev. George E. Renison
officiated. Mr. and Mrs. Howard will
leave shortly for Nelson, B. C., where
they will make their permanent home.
They are both recent arrivals in Ju
neau. Mrs. Howard came from Oak
land. Calif., and Mr. Howard from
SMALL BLAZE IN
SCHOOL HOUSE ROOF
Fire was discovered in the school
house roof this afternoon near the
chimney. It was extinguished before
damage resulted by members of the
Are department, who were on the
ST. 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 bellB. Good board.
Reasonable rates by the day, week
or month. 10-1-tf
J. ?. HOULIHAN. Prop.
Special Sale on Overcoats
THIS WEEK ONLY
Prior to Our Moving
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We will clean up our entire stock of
Special Sale on Overcoats
THIS WEEK ONLY
HART SCHAFFNER & MARX OVERCOATS
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AT A SPECIAL REDUCTION OF
331 Per Cent. Discount
NEVER BEFORE WERE YOU OFFERED
SUCH A BARGAIN
We'd like to clean up our stock of OVERCOATS too, that's why we're giving you this I
chance. ALL NEW COATS THIS FALL IN ALL THE NEW AND CORRECT WEAVES I
AND PATTERNS. Come early before sizes are all broken. Remember this week only, g
A LOT OF HARD WORK
In necessary to keep up the high stan
dard of groceries handled here. 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.
IN COLD Eai plcniy of GQ0D warm FQQp
Fresh EihJs, Fresh Butter, Pan Cake Flour,
WFATHFR Cereals, Maple Syrup
VVL.niML.ll FRESH VEGETABLES
If its Good to Eat we have it
"WE SELL GOOD GOODIES"
SANITARY GROCERY Telephone 85
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CHINA JOE HOLDS
OPEN HOUSE NOW
Chiua Joe, one of Juneau's oldest in
habitants is receiving in honor of the
beginning of a new year in China.
This has been a fixed hubit with China
Joe, and for more than thirty years ho j
has had the latch string out in his '
Juneau home, and has welcomed old :
and young on this annual occasion. He I
has rich candies and fruits from the i
Flowery Empire for women and chil- i
dren, and serves something cheering I
to male adults, but what is still more i
ingratiating he gives the smile of <
loyal friendship to all.
Always friendly with the whites and I
kind to the qeedy, China Joe endeared <
himself to the early pioneers. In one
particular Instance he won their last- <
ing friendship. He had a monopoly of !
flour during one winter when boats
were many months apart, and instead <
of realizing a handsome profit as many I
white merchants have since been
known to do in the Northland, he kept
the price of bread the same. Later
when the great Chinese exodus from
the Pacific Coast set in, during 1885,
Joe was allowed to remain, while all ]
the other Chinese, employees of Tread- (
well, were driven from the mines and i
forced to leave the country.
China Joe is said to have come to ]
Alaska first in 1874, touching at Wran
gell, while following the great gold
rush to the Cassiar country. Three ,
years later he returned to Wrangell (
and still later went to Sitka. In 1881
ho was caught with the gold fever and
foil, wed the rush to Silver Bow basin,
at which .time the strike was made on
Gold creek and the the town of Ju
neau was formed. Arriving here he
established himself on the identical
spot which has continued to be his
Still clinging to his little place at
Main and Third streets, ^hlna Joej
lives, and continues In his unobtruslvo
way to cultivate the little garden cre
ated on the plot of ground surround
ing his house way back In 1881. Un
abashed by the changes and muta
tions of time he continues his peace
ful existence. If he is surprised at the
wonderful growth of Juneau ho gives
no evidence of it. During all these
years he has maintained his small
garden on the lot occupied in part
by his house and has busied himself
at other work betimes. If the years
nave made him older, kind nature haa
?efused to record the fact on hln face
uid form. Prom present indications
Uhlna Joe will receive many more
:imes in his Juneau home.
SPECIAL FEATURE AT ORPHEUM
The Orpheum theatre tonight will
present, as a feature attraction, "A
Tale of Old Tahiti," a magnificent, 2
reel Meles subject, produced on the
beautiful, far-off island of Tahiti. Tho
story of the love of a South Sea Isl
and maid for an European sailor,
aased on an episode of years ago. A
superb picture with entrancing scen
"Three Girls and a Man," is a pret
ty, refined comedy, by the Vitagraph
"The Eavesdroppers," is a pleasing
lomestic comedy, featuring Clara Kim
ball and children.
"Red Sweeney's Mistake," a dandy
:omedy by the Kalem company, will
111 out a splendid program.
Having decided to return to Califor
nia in about two weeks, my entire
ttock of millinery and ladies' goods
must be sold In that time at any prifce.
MRS. J. C. FUNK.
l-26-6t. Room 14, Maliny Block.
Mandolin, guitar and banjo lessons,
itudio 5 and 6, Garside Building. Open
jvenlngs, Alice M. Jordlson. l-26-6t.
Emplr.e want ads get results.
Jan. 29 I
BEST OF MUSIC
Starts at Nine. Ladles Free. I
Gentlemen $1.00. Spectators, 25c I
Does your IVatch J^eep Correct Time?
If not, bring It to us. We have years of experience In Watch Work,
and guarantee every Watch to be in perfect condition when leaving
IVne"^ NELSON & OSBORNE |
W inter-W eather
I SPECIALS 1
$2.00 to $5.00
pA A TTC Saxony Knitting Co.
vv/l 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
ITUF 141 TD Mullen & Hebert
J. I n \J 13 Seward Blk. front Street
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W. a. Ferguson m. H. Kirkpatrick
"nothing but the best"
next to elks hall
Ben's bean counter counts 1000 beans
a lick; 25c. Come and see It work.
Furnished rooms for rent. Inquire
634 E. Oth at 12-4-tf.
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Latest novelties in
and Pipe Racks
Well ventilated rooms and board at
i the St Gcorgo House, formerly the
, Simpson hospital. 10-3-tf
i Desk calendar pads for 1914, at Nel
son's stationery store. lS-13-tf
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