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Alice M. Jordison. teacher of mando
lin. guitar and banjo; studio 5 and 6 _ Carside building, or enquire Juneau Music Store. 2-4-tf. Carpenters' tool chests. 55.50, just In. More "steel* cap" chisels- and "key to steel square." GASTINEAU HARDWARE. 2-4-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. K IN G, Mgr. i ;? 1.1. h-I- H-l-l-l I I I I 1 1 H 1 I 1 1 I 1 I M II 1 I I 1 1 1 1 I I 1 1 II I 1 I I'll !? 1' I 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 i ?T : I I I I I I I i ' I I I I I I I I I I i 1 I I I 1 I I I I I I M I I I I I I I 1 I 1 I I 1 I I I I I Your Busincss-.WhyH"veShou!<1-5 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 j Singer Sewing Machines shipment of I Boys' Sleds Baby Cutters Alfred Anderson Skis Aluminum Roller Skates the best of (fjar(jware Furniture everything < in (and Plumbing C W. Y0UN6 COMPANY l 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 PURNITURE 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 J I WATCHES REPAIRED I By Expert Mechanics Charges the Lowest I COMPLETE LINES OF? Howard, Waltham, Elgin and Hamilton Watches; all are sold at factory prices. OUTSIDE PRICES ON? Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware, etc. MENDHAM'S 144 FRONT ST., TELEPHONE 266 - - - JUNEAU, ALASKA 14 4 ? douglas news notes i i DOUGLAS, Feb. 6.?One of tbo I liveliest and hottest games of the bas- I ketball series of tbo Treadwoll flre I companies will bo held at tbo club to- I night at 8 o'clock between the teamB I of the machine shop and store. If the I shop wins it will again put them in I the lead as they are row tied for first I place with the Mexican. The newly organized dancing club I held its first dance at the Treadwoll I club last night. It was fairly well at- I tended. Music was furnished by tho I Treadwoll orchestra, and light refrosh- fl ments were served. These dances will I 1 no doubt be a success. They will be I held every other Wednesday. Chris Brown leaves today on the fl Princess Maquinna for Colorado, where I his wife is dangerously 111. The baskets- at the Treadwoll club I have been sawed off, and are now I suspended from tho ceiling with iron I rods supporting them. It is much I better than formerly. The Eagles met last night, and trans- I acted routine business. There will be hand rehearsal at I Treadwell tonight thrilling show at lyric theatre tonight DOUGLAS, Feb. 6.?The same ex tra good show is on at the Lyric to night. "Artist, Girl and Dog," a drama that ' is very good. I "Another Man's Wife," a society drama, surely interesting. Joe's Reward," a Reliance, pleasing drama. "All Came Out in thd Wash," a com ical comedy. Save your coupons for prize night Congressman bremner dies at baltimore BALTIMORE, Md., Feb. 5.?Repre sentative Robert G. Bremner, Demo- ? I crat, of New Jersey, died here this nj morning. The dead man was 40 years I of age, an editor and a resident of . I Passaic. . personal mention |'| * : ? W. S. Pullen, chief electrician of the Alaska Gastlneau Mining company, and member of the Juneau city coun cil. is returning on the Spokane which sailed from Seattle this morning. (J. T. Jackson, superintendent of the Perseverance mino for the Alaska Gas tineau Mining company who has been sojourning in coast cities for a few weeks, is returning to Juneau on the Spokane. Mrs. J. H. Montgomery and Mrs. Geo. McVeitty, formerly of Nome, are com ing north on the Spokane to join their husbands now in Juneau. H. B. Thorp and wife are Spokane passengers enroute to Juneau. "Stroller" E. J. White. Mrs. White and their son, Albert Hamilton, were northbound passengers on the Prin cess Maquinna. They have completed an extended vacation in the States. BASKETBALL. Friday night the Juneau Athletic Club will play the Juneau high school team at Jaxons' rink. Saturday night the Juneau high school will play the Douglas high school the fifth game of the esries. * + j MARINE NOTES' I + * The Princess Maqulnna arrived from the South and passed to Skagway last night. Returning she will sail South from Juneau tonight at 8 o'clock. The Georgia will arrive from Skag way tonight and sail for Sitka tomor row morning at 2 o'clock. Tho Spokane, sailing from Seattle at 10 o'clock thlB morning, should ar rive In Juneau Sunday night or Mon day morning. The Admiral Sampson, sailing from Seattlo today, should arrive in Juneau Sunday. The Northwestern sails from Seat-j tie next Tuesday. The Al-Kl is scheduled to arrive from Seattle Feb. 13. The Mariposa is expected to arrive from the Westward Feb. 11. The Seward sails from Seattlo to day. The Delhi is unloading coal at the Pacific Coast bunkers. HEARING ON PETITION SET FOR FEBRUARY 20 j Today Judge R. W. Jennings by stipulation of counsel fixed Fobruary 20, at 10 a. m., as tho hour for the hearing on the government's petition to revoke the liquor license of Albert Carlson. IMMIGRATION BILL PASSES THROUGH HOUSE TODAY WASHINGTON. Feb. 5.?The Bur nett immigration bill, prescribing a literacy test for immigrants, passed the House today. FOR SALE OR RENT?New gas launch, 38 x 10, with good accommo dations for 4 men; 20 h.p. engine. Ap ply "Gas Launch," Empire office 2-5? SEWARD INVESTIGATES COAL MINING ?+? SEWARD, Alaska, Jan. 30.?H. V. Hoben, manager of the Alaska Trans fer Co., of Seward, representing the Seward Commercial Club, left for Knik this morning, where he will In vestigate the conditions of transport ing Matanuska coal from Chlckaloon to salt water. So many stories are prevalent concerning friction between Swift and Dalton that tho Commercial Club wishes to get the absolute facts, and if there seems any danger of the i work being held lip Immediate action will be taken. Mr.Jioben will make a thorough Investigation of conditions at Knik, Chlckaloon and on the trqll and report back withfti thtee weeks. All Coal on Matanuska, Fred Laubner, a well known old timer and big property owner of Sew ard. arrived here last night from Knik, reporting that all of tho shipment of Matanuska coal from Chlckaloon which will be tested by the navy department has now been delivered at a point on the Matanuska river, 22 miles from Chickaloon, and Mil be delivered at tidewater ready for loading on lighters by February 25. , Ue reports that there is still much friction between Disbursing Agent John W. Swift and Contractor Jack Dalton. Swift has wired to Washing ton, Laubner says, that Dalton Is hir ing unnecessary teams and men, doing unnecessary work on the trail and pay ing William Hughes, a freighter, ex orbitant prices. As a result of advices from Wash ington. Laubner continued, all of Hughes' Ave teams were laid off. Laubner said Hughes was charging the government only $5 a day and feed per team, the cheapest price for hir ing of teams on record in this section. Swift has laid ofT all the men hired at Knik, supposedly because they were In sympathy with Dalton, Laubner as serts. Dalton says he intends landing I the coal at saltwater at his own ex pense, if necessary, and on tlmo. Hughes says that if Dalton needs them he will furnish 20 teams and driv ers free in order that no balk may oc cur in the delivery of the coal. Empire ads for results. 'johnny cropley'S FUNERAL TOMORROW Johnny Cropley, youngest son of tho late Isaac Cropley, died at St. Ann's hospital from tubercular meningitis j after an illness of several weeks. The funeral will. take placo from the fam ily homo at two o'clock tomorrow af ternoon. "RED" FRANK LEWIS TRIED FOR ROBBERY ?+? Frank (Rod) Lewis went to trial In the district court today on the charge of robbery. He Is charged with taking an opal pin from the person of Frank AJton Brown, and afterwards of sell ing It to a local Jewoler. The evidence was all in and the arguments well un derway by 2:30 this afternoon. The following Jury is trying the case: E. Bradford, F. Anderson, S. G. Holt, J. Cashcn, J. G. Morrison, R. M. Shep ard, G. Bayless, M. Bothwell, K. O. Johnson, J. Day, F. Hebert, M. E. Rus sell. ELKS' BANQUET AND DANCE TOMORROW The Juneau Elks will give a social evening tomorrow night at their club rooms for the members of the or der and their ladies. All Elks, whether members of the Juneau lodge or visi tors, are Invited to be present with their ladies. Thero will be dancing and a banquet. A Jolly time is as sured those who attend. Thero will be a late ferry leaving Juneau at 12:30 o'clock for tho bene fit of the Elks of Douglas island. DISTRICT COURT NOTES. The Jury trying Frank Wheeler on the Indictment charging defendant with Belling liquor to Indians returned a verdict of guilty within about fifteen minutes after taking the case yester day evening. +YOU MAY NEED US, when you* start house-cleaning. Carpets tak en up, cleaned and relaid. House cleaning In all of its branches. WALKER and JOHNSON Central Hotel Phone 3583 + * my? FISH* Juneau Cold Storage Co. FRESH, SALT and FROZEN EVERYTHING IN SEASON PROMPT DELIVERY PHONE 26 Near City Dock r .. . . . T . t?? See the Supplement for "Moving Sale" ? / Prices /^oJumRU,nLRSKR. i ????????? A LOT OF HARD WORK is 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 determino by giving us a trial order today. (GROCERY DEPT.) Our stock is the largest. Our quality is the best; Our prices are the lowest. Why not give us a call? JWA 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" [SANITARY GROCERY felephone 85 JI Beer 5 c. a Glass si LOUVRE BAR AL. CARLSON, Prop. 1. , W. A. Ferguson H. U. Kirkpatricx The Buffet Hotel Cain NINE-YEAR-OLD BONDED WHI8KEY "nothing but the best" side' entrance next t? elks hall ? 1 I I I I I I I 1 1 I I I 1 1 1 1 I I I I I I I;; :: The Arctic Pocket:: Billiard Parlors Be*t Brand* of !! CIGARS, TOBACCO and < ! SMOKING ARTICLES I HOUSEL and CLAY, Proprs. The management reserves the - - - right to reject the patronage of ?> ? any persons. ? i in i in i ii 111 in n n 111 r " EVERY DAY A BIG DAY Wo Bake Three Timet Dally Bread, Cakes, Pies, Cakes to Order for Special Occasions Eureka Bakery 302 Franklin St Phone 2122 fl I !? M-M-M-1 !? I11 I 11 t 111 1'H-hf The Place to Meet the Old Alaskans ? is at :: LOCK1E McKiNNONS :: Every Thing First Class 1! til in 11 ii ii 1111 n i n 1111"