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stceaV chisels? < Most inrpsnU-rs in town now h*>s thsm. The only Improvement in chiaeUi in a generation. . /? . nvikirtii II I rkfvilf A nc Modern Factory Brand TAAIC on every boat ? ""y uAMInCAU MAKUnAKL & MACHINERY COMPANY CARPETS WE CLEAN CARPETS THOROUGHLY Without Injuring the Carpet; Wash them when necessary. Beating carpets 10c pr. yd; washing carpets, 15c per yard. A L A S K A S T E A >1 L A U N D It Y Inc. Phone?15 J. H. K I N G, Mgr. ;? i.,frH H H I i I. Ill 111 1 M I I 1 l-l-l 1 Mi Ili I I I I i 1 1 i I 1 M I MM I OCCIDENTAL HOTEL AND ANNEX ] Occidental Hotel Co., J. P. Olds, Mgr., European Plan ! | Headquarters for Mining Men and Commercial Travelers ;; FRONT STREET Opposite Post Office Phone 1-1 j it l-? M I i-M-i 1 I I I I I I I 1 I H1 I I I I I 1 I llll 1 I 1 !? 1 I 1 1 I I I I I 1 I 1 I l -l Your Business- WhyHlv.ShouId-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 Sin?cr SewinS Machines shipment of Boys' Sleds Baby Cutters Alfred Anderson Skis Aluminum Roller Skates the best oft 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 EURNITURE 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 j M. J. O'CONNOR DOUGLAS Is your Diamond Loose? Bring them in and let us examine them. Diamonds remounted or reset with platinum or gold. Repair work guaranteed on Watches and Jewelry MENDHAM'SSSr 144 FRONT 8T., TELEPHONE 266 - - - JUNEAU, ALASKA J SCHOOL ENTERTAINMENT AT LYRIC TONiGHT DOUGLAS, Feb. 12.?There will be' a school entertainment for the purpose of raising money to buy chairs for the desks at tho public school at the Ly , rlc theatre tonight. Besides the mo tion pictures there will bo songs by the school children. Monte Snow will render selections. The Lyric orches tra will play. The regular admission will be charged. + * I DOUGLAS NEWS NOTES i -4 DOUGLAS, Feb. 12.?The First Ter ritorial Bank Is closed today on ac count of Lincoln's birthday. The pub ? lie schools also were closed. ? The Treadwoll firemen will leave on t the Amy to attend tho big firemen's r dance at Juneau tonight. There will be a fire meeting tomor row evening at Treadwell. Important [ business to be transacted. Four reels ? of pictures will complete the perform ance. There was a reception at the I. O. O. F. hall last night In lionor of Mrs. loin Campbell, the president of the Re bekka's lodge. A large number of Odd Fellows and other were present. BIG DANCE LAST NIGHT. DOUGLAS, Feb. 12.?There was a large crowd present at the dance giv en by the Eagles last night, at the Roller rink. Music was furnished by the Lyric orchestra. There were about 30 couples present from Juneau. Tho evening was thoroughly enjoyed. HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS HAVE MASS MEETING ? ; Tho first mass meeting of the Ju neau high school girls occurred at the high school rooms In the city hall last night The girls took their sup per with them to the building, where coffee was made and supper served. ; .Miss Katheriue McLoughlln, president of the Associated Girls Students, was | toastmaster, and each of the girls were called upon in turn. An in teresting program, followed by games. | completed the dvening. Miss Mallette, 1 Miss Wilson and Miss Andrews, of the teachers, and nearly all the high school girls were present C. W. YOUNG CO. GETS GREAT BALL TOSSER I A. B. Cole, formerly with the Seat tle Hardware company, Seattle, arrived in Juneau to take a position with the I C. W. Young Co.. and has already as sumed his new duties in the account ing department. Mr. Cole Is considered one of the i best amateur baseball players in the country. While yet a young man he has had lots of experience at the game. His last work was catching for a St. ? Paul team, and he catae near breaking into major league company before coming to the Pacific Coast. He is considered quite an acquisition by the boys at Young's and they expect to play him with their team this sum mer. FERGUSON FUNERAL TOMORROW AFTERNOON The funeral of Richard Ferguson, who died Tuesday morning, will be held from the parlors of the C. W. Young Co., at 2 o'clock tomorrow after Z noon. Interment will be in Evergreen cemetery. The miners of Persever ance and some from Douglas island will attend. ! Advices were recoived yesterday ' from William Ferguson, a brothor of deceased, living in Ufilngton, Ontario, Canada, to hold the funeral and bury " the body here. REV. FATHER TURNELL HERE. Rev. Father P. H. Turnell of the Catholic church in Skagway arrived in Juneau on the Mariposa and is the guest of Rev. Father A. R. Drathman until the week end when he will re turn to Skagway. MARINE N0TE8 I . i . + + The Northwestern is expected to arrive in Juneau from the South to morrow night or early Saturday morn ing. Tho Princess Maquinna sails from Vancouver Saturday night. The Admiral Evans will sail from I Seattle next Tuesday instead of Sun day. and will be duo to arrive in Ju neau February 20. The Admiral Sampson will bo duo to arrive from the Westward next Wed nesday. February 18. The Al-KI, sailing from Seattle Sat urday, will be due to arrive here Feb ruary 19. The Georgia is expected to arrive from Sitka tonight or tomorrow. BIG MASQUERADE FEB. 19 Remember the big masquerade dance that will be given by the Ju neau Athletic club Thursday evening, Feb. 19th. at Elks' hall. It will be the time of the year. The Juneau Athletic club gives dances every Thursday evening. 2-4-tf ?????? LINCOLN PICTURES AT RINK Tho management has arranged to show two reels of feature film tonight, entitled, "When Lincoln Paid." This a rare treat for it patrons as the Bame price will prevail, 10 cents to balcony. Pictures go on between 8:30 and 9:15, giving everyone a chance to attend the dance. Whon hungry, hit the trail for tho Stampede, corner Front and Franklin. 2-12-tf. i : CHOIR REHEARSAL TONIGHT ? There will be a special choir prac tice In Trinity Episcopal church this evening at 7:45 o'clock. A full at tendance is requested. If you are looking for a good place to eat go to the Stampede and "Let ?George Do It" 2-12-tf. 1 Empire advertising pays. I Grand Masquerade Ball JUNEAU ATHLETIC CLUB Thursday, Feb. 19th, at Elks' Hall FIFTEEN PRIZES Spectators, 50 cents. Gentlemen in mask, $150; Ladies in mask, 50 cents Dancing Until One o'CIock List of Prizes and Donors: 1. Ladies' Door Prize?Box fancy chocolates, by Juneau. Drug Company. 2. Gentlemen's Door Prize?Pearl handle knife, by Gas tineau Hardware Company. 3. Best Dressed Lady?Silk shirt waist, by B. M. Rehr ends Co. 5. Best Dressed Gentleman?$10 sweater, by H. J. Ray mond Co. 4. Second Best Dressed Lady?Casserole, by the Juneau Hardware Co. 6. Second Best Dressed Gentleman?Aluminum ball-bear ing roller skates, by C. W. Young Co. 7. Best Sustained Lady Character?Lady's toilet set, by Britt's Drug store. 8. Best Sustained Gentleman's Character?Meerschaum pipe and case, by McCaul's cigar store. 9. Most Original Lady's Character?Fancy bottle perfume by Milt Winn's Drug Store. 10. Gentleman's Most Original Character?Box Monopole . ; cigars, by George C. Burford. 11. Best Lady Waltzer?Large box candy, by Jackon's candy store. 12. Best Gentleman Waltzer?6-lb. fruit cake, by Lemke's. 13. Best Topsy Character?Hand-Painted sugar and cream er, by Racket Store. 14. First Honorary Prize for Lady?Coffee percolator, by Alaska Supply company. 15. Second Honorary Prize for Lady?Fancy box station ery, by Jas. E. Barragar. Get Your FISH a, Juneau Cold Storage Co. FRESH, SALT and FROZEN EVERYTHING IN SEA80N . ' PROMPT DELIVERY I PHONE 26 Near City Dock Cluett and Arrow DRESS SHIRTS 25 per cent discount ) /^J^UNERU,PiLRSKR. All Flannel and WOOL SHIRTS 25 per cent discount We will put on Sale until closed out. all SUITCASES TRUNKS BAGS and TELESCOPES at 25 per cent DISCOUNT A large assortment to select from All Men's Kenyon Slip-on Rain Coats during this Sale 25 per cent Discount All OVER COATS to close at 33 1-3 DISCOUNT THE HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER & MARX CLOTHES Fresh from the Southland NEW CABBAGE, PARSNIPS, CARROTS, SWEET POTATOE8, BRUS SELS' SPROUTS, SPINACH, CAULIFLOWER, GREEN PEPPER8, RHUBARB, CRANBERRIES, BANANAS. "WE SELL GOOD GOODIES" j Telephone 85 SANITARY GROCERY Beer 5 c. a Glass LOUVRE BAR AL. CARLSON, Prop. i. J. D. Van Atta 304 FRONT STREET (Near City Dock) SPECIAL ATTENTION Given to Hair Cutting Of All Styles PUFF HAIR CUTTING Our Specialty W. A. Fctouson * M. H. Kirkpatbick ; i ! The Buffet Hotel Cain ; NINE-YEAR-OLD BONDED WHISKEY ; "NOTHING BUT THE BEST" ? SIDE ENTRANCE '? NEXT TO ELKS HALL j PIANO TUNER f :: GEORGE ANDERSON, Expert f !! and agent for pianos. Leave or- ? ] \ ders at Racket Store. Phone 281. 2 ? - Anderson's Orchestra j .. Lightning service at the Stampede; [ [ ?lso your money's worth. 2-12-tf ?? Eat at the Stampede. Best meal in ] I the city at the price. 2-12-tf " EVERY DAY A BIG DAY Wo Bake Three Times Dally Bread, Cakes, Pies, Cakes to Order for Special Occasions Eureka Bakery 302 Franklin St Phone 2122 ;??' H l- I-M-l 1 I-l"I ?I"I~l~l"l"l M M.-? The Place to Meet the Old Alaskans is at : LOCKIE McKINNONS :: Every Thing First Class I I 1 I I I I m 11 it III m l ill -' II m m m n i m i ii 111 ii The Arctic Pocket:: Billiard Parlors Best Brands of CIGAR8, TOBACCO and 8MOKINQ ARTICLES !! HOUSEL and CLAY, Propra. \ | The management reserves the ? ? right to reject the patronage of ? ? any persons. ? ? 111111111111111 r 11111111:!