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NOTICE F. O. 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
only. 1-29-61.
J. H. HANDLE, Fin. Secy.
NOTICE S. OF N.
The members of Ix>dge Goldbclt are
requested to be present Tuesday. Feb.
3rd, 8:30 p. m., at the new hall al
Handle's. Front street. A special In
vitatlon is extended to Douglas mom
bers. 1-29-61.
WM. BRITT, Pres.
J. H. RANDLE, Fin. Secy
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| A HINT TO HOUSEWIVES:
Windows and Houses Cleaned
Carpets Beaten and Relald, and
Janitor Work. Phone 35S2
WALKER and JOHNSON
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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 i [ I I llll ?? I 1 1 I 1 I I 1 I !? 1 1 1 I I I II I I 1 I I I 1 I I I 1 I I 1 II 1-1 III 1 I I !?
Your Business-^ 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
Received Singer Sewing Machines j
shipment of [ I Boys' Sleds I
Baby Cutters
Alfred Anderson Skis ?
Aluminum Roller Skates
theheft?H 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
i 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 j
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
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I DIAMONDS 1
Fine Blue-White Gems
Our diamonds are selected personally by W. H.
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
ment.
WATCHES ? New Howard, Hamilton, Waltham,
Elgin at strictly outside prices.
MENDHAM'lS 2KSS"*'
LT-11J ^ ^ Established 1897
*144 FRONT ST., TELEPHONE 266 - - - JUNEAU, ALASKA
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DOUGLAS NEW8 NOTES | I
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DOUGLAS, Fob. 3.-^1. S. Mlnkove, I
the Douglas merchant, was a return- I
1 iik passenger on tbo Mariposa from I
> Seattle to which place ho went on bus- I
Iness recently.
The Delhi arrived at Treadwell to- I
day and Is discharging cargo there. I
The Moose lodge had a good meet- I
ing last night. I
The Juneau Elks will play the Doug- I
InB Elks on the Treadwellclub bowling I
alley tonight. The last game was I
played two weeks ago at Juneau and I
the Elks of that place won.
SAME GOOD PROGRAM
AT THE LYRIC TONIGHT I
DOUGLAS. Feb. 3.?The same excel- I
lent program that pleased the people I
so well last night will be shown at I
the Lyric tonight, as follows:
"Old Mam'selle's Secret," a good I
Reliance drama in two reels.
"When the Light Fades," a wonder- I
ful seamen's story by the American I
Co. I
"Shocking Her Mother-in-Law," a I
comedy, very comical. I
INTEREST CENTERS IN
TREADWELL BASKETBALL I
DOUGLAS, Feb. 3?Interest at Doug- I
las and Treadwell is now centering in I
the basketball game that will be play- I
ed at Treadwell Thursday evening be- I
tween the machine shop and the store I
teams. The game will be a good one. I
HIGH SCHOOL CONTEST CLOSE. I
DOUGLAS. Feb. 3.?The closeness of 11
the last two basketball games between I
tho Juneau and Douglas high school I
teams has a tendency to keep up the; I
interest In that series notwithstanding!
that Juneau has a three to one lead.j
The game here Saturday night might
well have gone to Douglas and made,
the series even. It was as nearly a I
drawn game as two teams could play.'
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MARINE NOTES |f
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The Admiral Evans is scheduled to
sail from Seattle Thursday.
The Jefferson should sail from Seat-1 ?
tie Thursday, arriving here February
9tb- - .... ir
Tho Seward will sail from seatiue
Thursday with coal.
The Princess Maqulnna is expected
to arrive from the South tonight.
The Mariposa arrived from the
South last night and left for the West
ward about noon, stopping at Sheep
creek to discharge freight.
The Delhi arrived from the South
about noon and is discharging coal.
The Al-Ki will sail from Seattle next
Monday, arriving here Feb. 13.
DRAMATIC SOCIETY IS
ORGANIZED IN JUNEAU
The Alaska Dramatic Society was
organized last night at the home of
Rev. Geo. E. Renison. The Society,
which Is composed of local talent, pro
poses to put on a number of plays
during the coming season, and ex
pect to stage the first bill, which they
are now rehearsing, sometime during
the last week of the present month.
Watch papers for date of first bill and
for further particulars.
GRAND PICTURE SHOW TONIGHT
The program for tonight is as fol
?lows:
' "Arstlst, Girl and Dog." Majestic
drama.
"Another Man's Wife," society
drama, by the American Film Co.
"Joe's Reward," Interesting Reliance
drama, very good.
"All Came Out in the Wash," Gau
mont comedy, and "Beauties of Brit
tany," education.
Change tomorrow night
GEO. W. WICKERSHAM
THE ONLY PESSIMIST
NEW YORK. Feb. 3. ? The New
York Sun contains an Interview with
Geo. W. Wickersham, former attorney
general, on President Wilson's mess
age. Ho brands the President's plans
as needless and impossible. Defini
tion of crimes he calls futile, and sees
clash with States and vast harm to
private interests.
BANKERS DEFEAT LAWYERS
IN BOWLING CONTEST
The bankers defeated the lawyers in
an exciting ani close bowling contest
Saturday evening, though there were
only four points between tho contes
tants. The score was: bankers, 1341;
lawyers, 1337. Guy McNaughton, J. R.
Willis and Harry Lucas, who won tho
game from the "overdrafts," repre
sented the bankers, and Judge John
R. Winn, Judge John B. Marshall and
N. L. Burton, represented the men?of
law.
Guy McNaughton made the high
score, 187; and Judge Marshall the
high average, 1621-3.
Manager McNaughton, of the bank
ers, says they are ready for all com
ers.
FOR RENT?Single room with heat
and bath. Phone 605. 2-2-3L
personal mention
!t 1
Dr. Lillian C. Irwin, a leading physi
cian of Seattle and formerly a prac
ticing physician at this place, arrived
on the Mariposa. She will be here
8ome.time in connection with her in
terests here.
Frank E. Youngs, the well known
citizen of Seward, arrived on the Mar
iposa on his way home. He will leave
soon for the Nelchina where ho will
dorote his attention to the develop
ment of mining properties next sum
mer.
H. C. Youman, representing a big
art concern, arrived from Seattle on
the Meriposa~tast night.
Mrs. Moloney, wife of William Ma
loney, Territorial mine inspector, ar
rived in Juneau on the Mariposa last
night, joining her husband here.
James R. Haydon, of Seattle, ar
rived on the Mariposa last night and
is staying at the Alaskan Hotel.
General Manager B. L. Thane, of
the Alaska Gastineau Mining company,
left for Kensington yesterday. He ex
pects to return in about three days.
woolen mills to
resume operation
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NE WYORK, Feb. 3. ? The Chase
mills of the American Woolen Co. at
Webster, Mass., will re-open Monday.
The full force of 2,000 hands will re
sume work.
new york banks
to have branches
NEW YORK, Feb. 3?Several banks
in New York City, it is ,claimed, are
looking over ground abroad, with a
view to the establishment of foreign
branches as they are permitted to do
by the new currency bill.
FOR RENT ? Desirable room with
bath, for gentlemen. 532 Seward st.
Close in. 2-3-2t.
VALDEZ HAND LAUNDRY?Flan
nels a specialy. Goldstein Cabin, No.
2. Mrs. H. Sharts and Dan Barlow.?
1-19-tf.
Empire ads for results.
? 111111111111111 i m i m m
:: The Arctic Pocket::
Billiard Parlors
" Best Brands of !!
CIGARS, TOBACCO and
!! SMOKING ARTICLES !!
I! HOUSEL and CLAY, Proprs.
The management reserves the ??
? ? right to reject the patronage of ? ?
? ? any persons.
?T I 1 I 1 I 1 II I I I I . I I I M 1 II nt
| Latest novelties in
Tobacco Jars
and Pipe Racks
at BURFORD'S
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W. A. Ferouhon M. H. Kirkpatoick
The Buffet
Hotel Cain
NINE-YEAR-OL.D BONDED
WHI8KEY
"NOTHING BUT THE BEST"
SIDE ENTRANCE
NEXT TO ELKS HALL
WANTED?Reliable Japanese boy
for chamber work, about four hours
each day. Good pay. Must furnish
reference. Add. P. 0. Box 103, Juneau.
1-29-tf.
Big masquerado dance, Elks' hall,
Thursday, Feb. 19, by Juneau Athletic
club. 2-3-tf
Big masquerade dance. Elks' hall,
Thursday, Feb. 19, by Juneau Athletic
club. 2-3-tf
LOST?Opal stick pin sometime Sat
urday evening. Reward at Empire of
fice. 2-3-61.
See the Supplement for
"Moving Sale"
Prices
^^qJuneru,RLRSKR.
A LOT OF HARD WORK
Ib necessary to keep up the high stan
dard of groceries handled here. Wo
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
ub a trial order today.
(GROCERY DEPT.)
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Get Your FISH a,
. 4, ? ' . '
Juneau Cold Storage Co.
FRESH, SALT and FROZEN
EVERYTHING IN SEASON
PROMPT DELIVERY
PHONE 26 ...? - ? - - Near City Dock
i- i
Our stock is the largest.
Our quality is the best;
Our prices are the lowest.
Why not give us a call?
foM; NELSON & OSBORNE
:?
We have them fresh
Lettuce, Spinach, Cauliflower, Brussels
Sprouts, Celery, Cucumbers, Mango Pep
pers, Hubbard Squash, Tamarinds, Pineap
ples, Pomegranites "we sell good goodies"
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