Alice M. Jordison, teacher of mando
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Garslde building, or enquire Juneau
Music Store. 2-t-tf.
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the ^ Hardware, furniture
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DOUGLAS TO ATTEND
IN FULL FORCE
DOUGLAS, Feb. 7.? Arrangements
have been made for the DouglaB high
school basketball team and a big force
of rooters to leave here at 7 o'clock
for Juneau where tho DouglaB high
school athletes will meot tho Juneau
high school basketball in the fifth
game of the series for the champion
ship of Gastineau channel. The Doug-'
las boys will leave with a determina
tion to win if that is pdsslble.
BASEBALL MEETING AT
DOUGLAS," Feb. 7. ? Douglas fans
will meet at the Lyric theatre tonight
and discuss the bndeball situation for
uext season. Motion pictures of last
year's games will be shown.
COMPLETE CHANGE AT
THE LYRIC SUNDAY
DOUGLAS, Feb. 7.?There will be
a very attractive program at tho Ly
ric Theatre Sunday night:
"The Law of the West," one of the
grandest, three-reel feature films ever
shown at this place, includes massa
cres by the Indians, and historical bat
"Overcoats," a laughable comedy,
will also be put on.
The Lyric orchestra will play to
Prizes were won by Ed. Olson and
Arthur Nelson last night.
DOUGLAS NEWS NOTES
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DOUGLAS. Feb. 7.?The next bas
ketball game in the Treadwel tour
nament will be played at the Tread
well club Monday evening. The Mex
ican and cyanide plant will play.
4The Sons of Norway met last night
at the I. O. F. hall.
The regular show takes place to
night at the Treadwell club.
There will be a dance at the Star
Temperance hall tonight.
IN DOUGLAS CHURCHES
The following services will be held
at the Congregational church Sunday:
Sunday School 10 a. m.; evening ser
vice at 7.45. o'clock.
* * *
St. Luke's Episcopal.
There will be no services in the
Episcopal church at Douglas tomorrow.
Rev. G. E. Renlson will preach at Ju
neau in the morning and at Sheep
creek In the evening.
VAUDEVILLE NIGHT AT ORPHEUM
Tonight only the Orpheum theatre
will present in connection with its reg
ular picture program and without ex
tra charge the clever performers, Ira
Robertson and Miss Bessie Barry, late
of the May Roberts company, in a
splendid vaudeville sketch entitled,
"The Messenger Boy and the Sou
brette." All should see and enjoy this
In connection with the above, the
following program of pictures will be
"Adventures in Autumn Woods," a
goood dramatic outing picture, by the
Biograph company, showing wild ani
mals in natural surroundings.
"A Canine Matchmaker," a good-Se
ligt romantic picture, featuring an in
"The Ghameleon," an educational,
Fathe picture of the life and charact
eristics of this little member of the
"Making straw Mats in tne rnuip
pines," an instructive picture of 'this
industry in the far-off Southland.
An excelelnt program without extra
charge. Save your coupons.
The program for Sunday night at
the Orpheum theatre will open with
the Pathe Weekly with many good pic
tures of the world's event's' and fur
ther travels with Mutt and Jeff.
"Pierre of the North," Ib a splendid
Sellg dramatic picture of a trapper's
life in Northern Woods.
"Hypnotism in Hickville," is a laugh
able Essanay comedy.
"After the Welsh Rabbit," a good
comedy will close a fine program. Save
Watch for "The Dawnings."
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The Spokane is expected to arrive
from the South Monday morning.
The Admiral Sampson is expected
to arrive from the South early Mon
The Mariposa is expected to arrive
from the Westward Tuesday night or
The Northwestern will sail from Sc
uttle next Tuesday.
The Al-Kl is scheduled to arrive
rrom the South next Friday.
The Georgia is in Sitka.
CASES COMING HOME.
Councilman W. H. Case and Mrs.
2ase are returning home aboard the
Admiral Sampsbn after an absence of
several weeks In the States.
POPULAR DANCES CLASSES
The Monday Night and Friday night
classes of popular dances will have
a series of ten lessons, beginning Mon
day, Feb. 9th, in Elks' hall. Almost
an unlimited number may join. Those 1
Interested may confer either with mem-J
bers or Miss Anderson, 325 Third St., j
Tel. 005. 2-7-2t. J
BIG MASQUERADE FEB. 19
Remember "the big masquerade
dance that witt be given by the Ju
neau Athletic club Thursday evening,
Feb. 19th, at Elks' hall. It will be tho
time of the year.
The Juneau Athletic club gives
dances every Thursday evening. 2-4-tf
A LETTER FOR YOU
List of letters remaining In the
postofllce at Juneau, Alaska, on Jan.
24, 1913. Parties wishing same, when
calling please say "advertised."
Bardon, R. (card)
Calvin, E. F.
Crawford, Ervle (card)
Clason, Jack (card)
Green, F. (card)
Gertfh, Luolsa, Rudolf (card
Henderland, Ivor (card)
Heller, O. J. (card)
Howard. Miss Jcane (2 letters)
Holmquist, Ernest (card)
Larson, Albert J. (card)
Lahikainen, Miss HUma (card)
Aleck, Sam (card)
Maney, J. J.
Martin, R. (card)
Marry, Miss (card)
Mills, Mrs. Eva (card)
E. L. HUNTER, P.M.
Tho Emplro $1.00 a month delivered.
Patrons of the Grand theatre will
get to see something far out of the
ordinary in the big three-reel fea
ture, "The Law of the West," and the
management promises that this will
be one of the most sensational and
realistic dims ever shown in Juneau,
and worth ten times the regular price
of admission. In seeing this big pro
duction with its big battles, Indian
massacres, and strong love story in
connection, you cannot help but look
back and see what our grandfathers
and Indian lighters of 1872 went
through. The Kay Bee film people
employ Indians to act in these pictures
and are taken in the identical places
where great battles have occurred, so
that you actually study history and
see these battleB as if you were on
the battlefield forty years ago. Don't
miss this chance as you might not get
anjther. To send you home happy and
lauyhing we will put on a very laugh
able reel entitled "Overcoats," which
you are sure to enjoy to the fullest
extent. This is your last night.
The show for Sunday is comprised
of the finest selected reels, as follows:
"Will and a Way"?very interesting
Thanhouscr production. "Gaumont
Weekly"?latest events of the world.
Always good. "A Clue in the Dusk"?
a strong Majestic drama. The kind
that will keep you interested. "Tele
phone Entanglement" ? very good
comedy. Sure to please.
Grand?where everybody goes!
Stated Communication of ML Ju
neau Ix>dge, No. 147, F. & A. M., will
be held in Odd Fellows' hall Monday
evening, Feb. 9, at 8 o'clock. The
craft cordialy Invited. - 2-7-2t.
E. D. BEATTIE, Secy.
FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLES.
Big lot of fresh fruit and vegetables
arriving on the Sampson. Leave your
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