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A smoker will be Riven In the For esters' new hall at Handle's, Wednes day night. Feb. -1th. 1914. All mem bers are requested to be present. This smoker is given tor members only. 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, 8:30 p. in., at the new hall at Randle's, Front street. A special In vitation is extended to Douglas mem bers. 1-29-Bt. WM. BRITT, Pres. J. H. RANDLE, Fin. Secy. ? ? A HINT TO HOUSEWIVES: Windows and Houses Cleaned Carpets Beaten and Relaid, and Janitor Work. Phone 3582 ! WALKER and JOHNSON 4 + :-i i 1i i i t-; ; i i i i i ;? i-i i 111 m 111111111111111?? 111 ? i ? 11 ? r | OCCIDENTAL HOTEL AND ANNEX Occidental Hotel Co., J. P. Olds, Mgr., European Plan \\ Headquarters for Mining Men and Commercial Travelers ;; FRONT STREET Opposite Poet Office Phone 1-1 ? I'HIMII ' I I II 1 I 1 I III M H 11 II 1 I I I I I M 1 I !? I I I I I I I I I 1 1 ?: Your Business- ^ HaveSihtouW -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 Receded Singer Sewing Machines shipment of Boys' S eds " Baby Cutters Alfred Anderson Skis Aluminum Roller Skates the best oft Hardware, Furniture everything < m (and Plumbing C W. YOUNG COMPANY |j 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 I REPAIRING PAUL BLOEDHORN JEWELER, Douglas, Alaska. THE HOME OF THE HOWARD WATCH ! FURNITURE =/ | 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 DIAMONDS 11 I Fine Blue-White Gems Our diamonds are selected personally by W. H. I Mendham. direct from the large New York importers, and buying for cash we get the lowest possible figure, we can thereby assure you of a safe and sure invest- ? 1 ment. !' WATCHES ? New Howard, Hamilton, Waltham, J Elgin at strictly outside prices. * MENDHAM'SiSC S j 144 FRONT ST., TELEPHONE 266 ? - - JUNEAU, ALASKA JUNEAU WINS AT BASKETBALL AGAIN Saturduy night on tho Douglas roll er rink the Juneau high school defeat ed the Douglas high school team by a score of 11 to 9, In the prettiest and hurdeBt fought game of busketball over witnessed on Gastlneau channel, but the winners had to work overtime In order to do it. At tha end of tho two regular, 20-mlnute halves tho score was tied, and Juneau got tho winning busket on extra time. At no time waf there a difference of more than two points between the teams. Brilliant work on the part of every member of each team characterized the game I throughout. Although the home team lost no apology need be offered. Tholr I work was perfect, and but for that ole j ment of chauce which permeates the j game it might well have been the win ner. This gives Juneau three games out of the four in the series that have been played. I Oliver, of Douglas, scored first, and almost immediately afterward Horner j threw a beautiful basket for Juneau from tho middle of the floor. Douglas then got two fouls in succession making the score 4-2. Burford for Ju neau came through with a basket, making it 4-4, and then Marks threw another for Douglas, making the scoro 6-4, in favor of Douglas and the first [ half ended thus. | Kashaveroff made the first score in tho second half^ throwing a field goal for Juneau and evening up the score, 6-6; Marks threw a foul for Douglas, shoving the island lads ahead one point; Burford threw a basket and placed Juneau in the lead for the first time, making it 8-7; Kashaveroff threw a foul, advancing Juneau another point, and soon after Oliver made another beautiful basket for Douglas, tieing tho Capital City lads with the score 9-9. Here the time ended for the second half, but the rules provide that a game is not over until one side leads the other by two points. The play-off lasted about three min utes and was won by Burford throwing a beautiful basket from a bad angle for Juneau. Casey, of the Juneau team, was one of the stars of the performance. His work was admirable. Coach Kennedy of the Douglas team I was referee and gave entire satisfac- hh tion to both teams. Rogers was score- ~~ keeper. Gams, substitute, played with J Douglas in the last half. The line-up was as follows: ?Juneau ?Position? Douglas? I Burford if Oliver I Kashaveroff rf Markanen H Herner c Marks I Casey lg Galwas H McKlnnon rg. ... Liljestrand K Richards Sub Gam I * ; * J DOUGLAS NEWS NOTES f + + DOUGLAS, Feb. 1.?A large crowd attended the tire meeting and smoker on Saturday evening at the A. L. U. hall. After the business meeting, a picture show was given by Manager Armstrong of the Lyric and then the refreshment committee distributed a Dutch lunch. Jack Langseth is back from his claims at Berner's bay. He now has one of the finest beards on Douglas Island. A good crowd was present at the dance at the Star Temperance hall Saturday night. The Loyal Order of Moose will meet at the A. L. U. hall. Members are re quested to be present + Race Tomorrow Evening. DOUGLAS. Feb. 2.?Thomas John son, of Douglas, and Jacob Clark, of Juneau, natives, will race 125 laps to morrow evening at the Douglas roller rink. A good match is expected. COMPLETE CHANGE AT THE LYRIC TONIGHT DOUGLAS. Feb. 2.?There will be a complete change of program tonight at the Lyric as follows: "Old Mam'selle's Secret." a good Reliance drama in two reels. "When the Light Fades," a wonder ful seamen's story by the American Co. "Shocking Her Mother-in-Law," a comedy, very comical. BANKERS DEFEAT LAWYERS IN BOWLING CONTEST The bankers defeated the lawyers In an exciting and close bowling contest Saturday evening, though there were inly four points between the contes tants. The score was: bankers, 1341; awyers, 1337. Guy McNaughton, J. R. Willis and Harry Lucas, who won the ;ame from the "overdrafts," repre sented the bankers, and Judge John R. Winn, Judge John B. Marshall and tf. L. Burton, represented the men of aw. Guy McNaughton made the high icore, 1S7; and Judge Marshall the llgh average, 1621-3. Manager McNaughton, of the bank >rs, says they are ready for all com >rs. FOR RENT?Single room with heat ind bath. Phono 605. 2-2-3t. H FINE SHOW AT ORPHEUM -w - The Orphcum theatre offered a splendid program of picture plays to its large Sunday night audience. "A Revolutionary Romance," a Se llg romantic war drama of Colonial days, is a splendid photo piny amid chivalrous surroundings. "Leonie," a dramatic picture story written by Bannister Merwin and presented by the Edison company, is one of the best and cleverest of that company's offerings. Augustus Phil lips as the artist, and Mary Fuller as his model, were especially good. The benutiful Miriam Nesbitt and other stars are shown in this play which is presented with superb surroundings. "Pizen Pete," Is a dandy Lubin, Western comedy, showing the humil iations and finish of a would-be bad ' gunman. One good laugh. "Making a Baseball Bug," another Lubin farce comedy, made for laugh ing purposes, shows the result of a ball that was batted out of the lot. "Max Joins the Giants," a French Pathe comedy, features Max Llndor, the funny comedian and some trick photography. This splendid program will be re peated this evening. FATHER KASHAVEROFF LEAVES FOR WESTWARD ?+? By request of the Bishop, Rev. Kasn averoff of the Juneau Greek Catholic church, will leave for Pr.nce William sound points on the Mariposa, for the purpose of ministering to the needs of the Aleut Indian members of the church, who have been without a priest since last May. There are five villages in the Prince William sound section and each village has its church. Father KashaverofT expects to be gone three weeks on this mission. FORT SEWARD OFFICERS SOUTHBOUND PASSENGERS Major John J. Bradley, Capt. J. E. Nolan, and Capt. J. S. Lamble of Fort William H. Seward, took passage on the Northwestern at Haines for Se attle. NEW OFFICERS FOR TANANA DEMOCRATS ?h? The following were recently elected olllcert of the Tnnana Democratic club for the ensuing year: President?E. W. Griflln. First Vice-President?Thomas A. Mc* Gowan. Second Vice-President?J. E. Clark. Third Vice-President ? J. S. Whit man. Four Vice - President ? Jack Ray mond. Secretary?Wallace Cathcart. Scrgeant-at-Arms?Peter Peterson. Executive Board?J. H. Caskey, L. T. Erwln, Martin Harrnls, R. T. Ku ton and A. J. Nordale. TONIGHT AT THE GRAND. Change of Program. 1.?Another Man's Wife?a society drama taken from life, enacted with a realism that is as beautiful as it Is pathetic, by the American Film Co. 2.?Girl Artist and Dog?another good drama which will sure please you, produced by the Majestic. 3.?Joo's Reward?Reliance. A very interesting drama. 4.?All Came Out In the Wash, and Beauties of Brittany?education and comedy, split reel, Gaumont. I WANTED?Reliable Japanese boy for chamber work, about four hours each day. Good pay. Must furnish reference. Add. P. O. Box 103, Juneau. 1-29-tf. COLLARS WE HAVE THE NEW STEAM-HEATED, COLLAR IRON ING MACHINE, AND EMPLOY ONLY EXPERT OPERA TORS BOTH IN IRONING AND STARCHING OUR COL LARS. WE INVITE COMPARISON. ALASKA STEAM LAUNDRY Inc. Phone?15 J. H. KING, Mgr. ( / Sec the Supplement for " Moving Sale" Prices /P^ (JUNEAU,PdtASKA. A LOT OF HARD WORK la necessary to keep up the high stan- B 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. (GROCERY DEFT.) 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 T?M^ 85 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. jVNTA NELSON & OSBORNE | I I Wiinter-W eatner I SPECIE 1 FLANNEL SHIRTS I $2.00 to $5.00 SWEATERS JACKETS A TTC Saxony Knitting Co. None Better I $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 I match them for style, fit and material $25.00 to $35.00 I TUC HI TR Mullen & Hebert I Ji JTAJLi n %J JLj Seward Blk. Front Street W. A- Fkbcuson M. H. Kirkpatrick Tin: Buffet Hotel Cain NINE-YEAR-OLD BONDED WHISKEY "nothing but the 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. -I Latest novelties in Tobacco Jars and Pipe Racks at BURFORD'S 4 A J. S. MORGAN GENERAL TRANSFER Phone 3802 ] Leav: Orders at Doran's, Phone 3 4 4