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NOTICE F. 0. A.
?+? * A smoker will be given in the For esters' new hall at Handle's, Wednes day night, Feb. 4th, 1914. All mem bers are requested to be present. This smoker is given for members or.lv. 1-29-6L J. H. HANDLE, Fin. Secy. NOTICE S. OF N. - The members of Lodge Goldbelt are requested to be present Tuesday, Feb. ? 3rd, 3:30 p. m? at tho new hall at : Itnndle's, Front street. A special In ' vltatton is extended to Douglas mem bers. 1-29-51. WM. BRITT. Pres. J. H. RANDLE. Fin. Secy. ? + A HINT TO HOUSEWIVES: Windows and Houses Cleaned Carpets Beaten and Rolald, and Janitor Work. Phone 3582 WALKER and JOHNSON ? * ; |.; M-H-H I I HU'I"! 11 I 1 M 1 I 111 Mil M' !? I 1-i-l OCCIDENTAL HOTEL AND ANNEX | Occidental Hotel Co., J. P. Olds, Mgr., European Plan ^ Headquarters for Mining Men and Commercial Travolers I 2 FRONT STREET Opposite Post Offlco Phono 1-1 I j." t,, -H-H |.j. I I I I I M I I II II IIM-1 I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I 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. RRITT'S PHARMACY 1 ?-? I Received Singer Sewing Machines shipment of Boys' Sleds - Baby Cutters Alfred Anderson Skis Aluminum Roller Skates the besi ojt Hardware, Furniture everything < 7 in (and Plumbing C W. YOUNG COMPANY 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 The Holiday Rush 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 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 NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED | M. J. O'CONNOR DOUGLAS Diamond Setting Watch, Clock and Jewelry Repairing i * i ALL WORK GUARANTEED Outside Prices on Diamonds, Watches ? and Jewelry i ' MEKDBAM'S ! | 144 FRONT ST.. TELEPHONE 266 - - - JUNEAU, ALASKA \ ' ' MB??? , .... MEXICAN WINS EXCITING GAME. TREADWELL, Jan. 30.?By defeat ing the machine Bhop last night, 20 to 17, In ono of tho swiftest, fiercest and most spectacular games of the basketball tournament, the Mexican team tied its rival for first honors. Each team has won four games and lost two. It was a game for blood and sport from the first sound of the referee's whistle. They fought every inch. Tho game started off by the machine shop makiug a a basket or two, aud then after a few minutes play the Mexican forged ahead and Btayed there, In spite of the shop's best efforts. Gross, of the Mexican, starred, playing a bril liant game. Johnson and Schar played splendidly for the machine shop, while McDonald made a few brilliant plays. Foreman, Beels, Berg and Barqulst al so helped the Mexican to win. The line-up was as follows: Mexican? Position Shops? Gross f Schar Foreman t McDonald W. Barqulst c Johnson Beels. g Allen Berg g Samples Fouls?Mexican, 7; shop, 10. Final score, 20 to 17. Officials?scorekeep er, Charles Hall; timekeepers. E. Mc Clain and F. Russel; referee, M. V. Chris tm an. The standing of tho different teams is now as follows: Team Won LoBt Pet Machine Shop 4 2 .607 Mexican . ,f 4 2 .667 Store# 3 3 .500 Cyanide Plant 1 6 .167 The next game will be played on next Monday evening. HIGH SCHOOL TEAMS TO PLAY TOMORROW EVENING DOUGLAS, Jan. 30.?The Douglas and Juneau high school basketball teams will play the fourth game of their series of ten tomorrow evening at the Douglas roller rink, beginning j at 8:15. This game is expected to be i one of the hottest so far( and both I teams will be in excellent condition' for it. An admission will be charge, 10 and 25 cents, and no doubt a packed house will be present. The lineups will be about the same as before. Juneau? ?Position? Douglas? Burford If Markanen Kashaveroff rf Oliver Horner c Marks McKinnon rg .... Llljestrand Casey, Richards lg Galwas Erickson, Stroud. .Subs Gam, Jackson Lund, Hurlbutt, Henrickson and Sweeney. ^ * DOUGLAS NEWS NOTES L ? DOUGLAS. Jan. 30.?Frank Tasch er returned from the South today on the Spokane after a stay oX a few weeks. Miss F. M. Goddard arrived on the Jefferson to teach in the Douglaa school. She takes the place made vacant by the sickness of Miss L. Froeburn. Mrs. Church is working at R. R. Hubbard's store. John Olson left on the Jefforson. for a visit, first to his sister in California and later to his old home in Sweden. Bob Schar. the crack basketball player of the machine shop and coach of the Douglas high school team, leaves on the Spokane to resume his studies at college. J. J. Kennedy will coach the Douglas high school team hereafter. mere was an nuereBiiiig uuuu re hearsal last night There will be a big business .meeting and smoker tomorrow evening at the A. L. U. hall. The pond at Treadwell still contin ues to attract mery makers, and each evening a good number of skaters are out. It is too bad it Is not larger, and many are hoping that the water will soon be plentiful so that the big grounds near the club can be frozen over. The Jefferson left last night for the South. ? The Spokane arrived from the South ! yesterday afternoon and unloaded freight for the remainder of the day at Treadwell. J Charlie Hall is tickled to death on account of the Mexican winning last night. Charlie won a number of bets on the basketball games. The arrangements that have been made for the dance at the Star Tem- < perance hall tomorrow evening insure ! a good time for those who attend. ] EARLY STORE CL08ING IS WORKING WELL ; DOUGLAS, Jan. 30.?The six o'clock ! :loslng of local dry goods, grocery and J other stores has so far worked line J ind if kept up will be Just as good as < f it had always been the custom. All ! :he stores but two are locking up at J >:30 p. m. sharp tvery night. < rREADWELL TO FORM J DANCING CLUB TONIGHT ; TREADWELL, Jan. 30.?There will ; oe a very important meeting of the j rreadwcll club tonight, for the pur- < oose of forming a dancing club on the < Island. All persons Interested should make their appearance thero tonight. EXCEPTIONALLY STRONG PRO ORAI* *T LYRIC TONIGHT DOUGLAS, Jan. 30.?The same strong program that made a hit last night will be given tonight at the Ly ric theatre, as follows: "The Other Half," a strong drama by the Thanhouser Co. "Love and Circumstances," another good drama that is sure to please. Bludsoe's Dilemma," one of those dramas of the wild and woolly West, by the famous American Co., produc ers of plays staged In California. "The Quarrelers," a Solax comedy. Come and Ijrlng your coupons, as it is prize night, you are liable to win a prize. ? I 1 1 1 ! 1 111 Hi I 111 11 Mi 111 I ;DR. H. VANCE " The :; :: OSTEOPATH:: Rooms 5 and 6 Malony Bldg. .. ? Consultation and Examina- !! i ^ Free. I Graduato American School of j| j* Osteopathy, Klrksvllle, Mo. 8even years'active practice. Office hours, 9 to 12 m. 1 to 5 \ p. m., or by appointment " -M-l-HH-i- ! I M I i 1 i-l-I-1-1 ?I"i"l"H-+ SPECIAL FOR THE NEXT 3 DAYS, j Fifty cents on the dollars for LA DIES' FUR SETS. 1-29-3L CHAS. GOLDSTEIN. WANTED?Reliable Japanese boy for chamber work, about four hours each day. Good pay. Must furnish reference. Add. P. O. Box 3103, Juneau. 1-29-tf. Empire ads for results. LAST SALE. ?+? Having decided to return to Califor nia in about two weeks, my entire stock of millinery and ladies' goods must be sold in that time at any price. MRS. J. C. FUNK. 1-26-Gt. Room 14, Malony Block. + + A. J. PALMER, M.D. Physician and 8urgeon Phone 18, 8ans Soucl Bldg. Douglas - - - - Alaska * + i; A. Benson sbpres:: Stand at Willa' Grocery Store 1 1 , | Phones 4-0 or 8-8-6 j | ? ORDERS PROMPTLY EXECUTED . . I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I III* Special Sale on Overcoats THIS WEEK ONLY Prior to Our Moving We will clean up our entire stock of Special Sale onOvercoats THIS WEEK ONLY HART SCHAFFNER & MARX OVERCOATS AT A SPECIAL REDUCTION OF * ** ? I r' ? . . ?* "vr't ji ? 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 chance. ALL NEW COATS THIS FALL IN ALL THE NEW AND CORRECT WEAVES AND PATTERNS. Come early before sizes are all broken. Remember this week only. ?? ii ^oJUNERUmRSKR. L.^., , in in | A LOT OF HARD WORK is necessary to keep up the high stan dard ot 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. . ( (GROCERY DEPT.) BWB???WW We have them fresh Lettuce, Spinach, Cauliflower, Brussels Sprouts, Celery, Cucumbers, Mango Pep pers, Hubbard Squash, Tamarinds, Pineap ples, Pomegranites "we sell good goodies SANITARY GROCERY Telephone 85 I _ DIAMONDS If you are looking for an investment in DIAMONDS, let us show you our large assortment of absolutely perfect stones. We sell them reasonably and give a written guaran* tee with each stone. ^b'/U NELSON & OSBORNE | I Lemke's Bread*8 Saturday is Our Big Day 1 1 1 < ? FOR ALL KINDS OF FRESH CAKES AND PASTRY, SUCH A8 o COFFEE CAKE, PIES, LAYER CAKES, CREAM PUFFS, ETC. <' < ? ASK YOUR DEALER FOR "PEERLESS," THE BREAD IN <? THE SANITARY WRAPPER? <> < < ? Made Clean, Baked Clean and Delivered Clean fi fi :: Phone 2-2-2 LEMKE'S BAKERY f ; [ I W inter-W eattier 1 SPECIALS | . FLANNEL SHIRTS $2.00 to $5.00 SWEATERS JACKETS pA A TQ 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 TLH7 HI TR Mullen & Hebert i ilL JL Jl U JD Seward 01k. Front Street W. A. Ferguson M. H. Kirepatrick The Buffet Hotel Cain NINE-YEAR-OLD BONDED WHISKEY "NOTHING BUT TOE BEST" SIDE ENTRANCE NEXT TO ELKS HALL Ben's bean counter counts 1000 beans a lick; 25c. Come and see It work. Furnished rooms for rent Inquire 34 E. 6th st 12-4-tf. Latest novelties in Tobacco Jars and Pipe Racks at BURFORITS 4 * J. S. MORGAN GENERAL TRANSFER Phone 3802 | Leave Orders at Doran'a, Phone 3 4 4