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s'cV; CHISELS? 1 Moat carpentora in town now have them. Th? only Improvement in chiaeU in a generation. Modem factory Brand TAAI C oo every boat ? v/"Lt3 jj uAjIINlAU nAKuWAKt & 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 LASK A STEA M L A UNDR Y Inc. Phone?15 J. H. KIN G, Mgr. 1-1-1 1 !? 1 -I--M- H--1--H I I I 1 I I I I I H I 1 I 1' H- I 1 I H-1 I I I II-1 1 I I I 1 l"i"l I I' i OCCIDENTAL HOTEL AND ANNEX I X Occidental Hotel Co., J. P. Olds, Mgr., European Plan y T Headquarters for Mining Men and Commercial Travelers + FRONT STREET Opposite Post Office Phone 1-1 i >11111 i-t-M-i H-H-1 1-1 1 I I I I i II II I M -M I M I M -I I-1 I 1 1 I-1-1 I II 1 I I' Your Business- WhyH:v\sihtould-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 Sin?er Sewin? Machines shipment of Boys' Sleds Baby Cutters Alfred Anderson Skis Aluminum Roller Skates the bestott flatware, Furniture everything j 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 ? , 1 HOWARD. HAMILTON, WAL THAM and ELGIN WATCHES Large Stock on Hand, At FACTORY PRICES SPECIAL 7-Jeweled Watch, Good Time keeper? ONLY $7.00 PAUL BLOEDHORN Expert Repairing Douglas If the boats stopped running for a month All your needs could be supplied from the Urge stock of Groceries, Provisions, Clothing, Fur nishing Goods, Dry Goods, Etc. ? CARRIED BY I M. J. O'CONNOR Douglas Mrs J A LARGE AND VARIED STOCK OF MEN'S KPfPIVPfl UNDERWEAR WHICH r L H * IICIXIVCU WILL BK pLACED ON I ||| Kf fDC Watch our window display | SALE MONDAY AT . . . VML 1 1 P. H FOX'S - - Douglas, Alaska We Manufacture Jewelry We make our own souvenir goods and sell direct to the public, saving you a middleman's profit. TAKE ADVANTAGE of the large line of watches and diamonds we carry. Call and get our prices and be convinced that this is the money saving store for you. MendhaM5^^ 1 kj Established 1897 144 FRONT ST., TELEPHONE 266 - - - 'JUNEAU, ALASKA |DOUGLAS PEOPLE ANNOUNCE WEDDING DOUGLAS, Feb. 14.?Announcement is made today that Ulrlc D. Kilborn and Mrs. Anna Fulkcrt, both of Doug las, were united in marriage in the Douglas Congregational parsonuga Jan. 30th. They expect to go down to the States the latter part of February. Rev. Owen Umstead performed the cere mony. ARTICLES FOR RACE TO BE SIGNED TONIGHT DOUGLAS. Feb. 14.?The articles for the championship roller skating race between Hubor Van Der Wyer, of Douglas, and Ray Rohrabaugh, of Juneau, will be signed tonight. The , race is for the championship of Alas ka which was won from Rohrabaugh by Van Der Wyer at Juneau recently at Jaxon's rink. The former said his de feat was due to improper skates for a small hall. Ho secured other skates, and challenged his vanquisher for an other match. It was accepted, and the match that is now on resulted. The race will take place Feb. 25th, and be for 250 laps at the Douglas roller rink. The distance is to be ten | miles. * EXTRA STRONG PROGRAM LYRIC THEATRE SUNDAY DOUGLAS, Fob, 14?The following strong program at Lyric tomorrow: "With the Mounted Police," a strong interesting drama by tho Thanhouser. "The Unknown Conceals," a two i reel feature drama that is wonderful, and will keep you on the edge. Ev eryone should see this great film. "Interrupted Elopement," a Majes tic comedy, very funny. The Lyric orchestra will play during the intermissions. + * ' DOUGLAS NEWS NOTES j l| DOUGLAS, Feb. 14.?There was an interesting Are meeting at the Tread well lire hall laest nighL After the nec essary busines was transacted four reels of motion pictures wound up the I meeting. The regular weekly show will be held at the Treadwell club tonight, at 7:30. The swimming carnival that will be the next big doings at Treadwell prom ises to be qiute a big affair. The funeral services of Elnoro Sam uelson takes place today from the home of the parents. Rev. Owen Um stead will officiate. Terry Gilllguu, who has been laid up with sickness, is Improving. J. S. Minkove, the popular hardware man. has most of his stock moved in to the Henson building where he will carry on his business In the future. His former store had become too small for his business. There will be a mask ball at the Star Temperance hall tonight. Prizes will bo awarded. in douglas churches tomorrow. Congregational Church. Sunday School at 10 a. m.. Evening services at 7:45. Thome, "Long Lad ders." object sermon. Special music, all are invited. ? * * St. Luke's Episcopal. I There will be Communion in St. Luke's Episcopal church tomorrow morning at 10:30 a. m., with sormon by the Rev. G. E.. Renison. Subject, "What It Means to Repent." Everyone. Is most cordially welcome. Sunday School meets at 10 a. m. sharp. * * | personal m ention | ! ? I * * L. E. Buell, Alaska representative of Armour and company, arrived on the Northwestern this morning. A. W. Quist who drew the plans for the new concrete building to bo erect ed by the Goldstein Improvement com pany, arrived from the South on the Northwestern this morning. S. F. Brightwell, deputy marshal at Cordova, is a passenger aboard the Northwestern enroute home. Fred Hamberg returned on the Northwestern this morning after an absence of several weeks visiting in California cities. William Ferguson, well known com 1 mercial man traveling out of Juneau, returned on the Northwestern. MisB Rose Kane, of Hoonah, is vis iting in Juneau. Paul Kabler returned from Tenakee on the last trip of the Georgia. Miss Vanda Coffee, a charming Ore gon girl, is making her first visit to Alaska and is accompanying Mrs. D. F. Coombs to Fairbanks. They are passengers on the Northwestern. Miss Eva Montgomery, a pretty girl from Belfast, Ireland, is making the Journey to Fairbanks and is a passen ger for Cordova aboard the North western. W. F. Gilmour, of Epsteyn, Gilmour and company, leaves for the Westward on the Northwestern tonight. Rev. Father P. H. Turnell is return ing to his home In Skngway on the Northwestern tonight J. F. Chamberlain and Oak Olson will leave for the Westward on tho Northwestern. D. L. Ro3enfeld, a traveling man who has been a guest of the Occidental for several days leaves for Skagway tonight. WM. LEIVERS COMING BACK William Leivers. of Juneau, who is in England, writing to Wm. Martin of this city, says he does not like Lon don, and Is coming back to Alaska. J mmi^ FOR SALE?Cheap, for cash, the | Owl Cafe, 396 Front street. Long lease, low rent, a money maker. Ap ply on premises. 2-14-6t BIG MASQUERADE FEB. 19 | Remember the big masquerade ' dance that will bo 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 Grand Masquerade Ball - JUNEAU ATHLETIC CLUB Thursday, Feb. 19th, at Elks' Hall FIFTEEN PRIZES Spectators, 50 cents. Gentlemen in mask, $1.50; Ladies in mask, 50 cents Dancing Until One o'Clock List of Prizes and Donors: 1. Ladies' Door Prize?Box fancy chocolates, by Juneau Drug Company. 2. Gentleman's Door Prize?Pearl handle knife, by Gas tineau Hardware Company. 3. Best Dressed Lady?Silk shirt waist, by B. M. Behr 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, 4 Juneau Cold Storage Co. j FRESH, SALT and FROZEN EVERYTHING IN SEASON PROMPT DELIVERY R PHONE 26 Near City Dock Fresh from the Southland NEW CABBAGE, PARSNIPS, CARROTS, SWEET POTATOES, BRUS SELS' SPROUTS, SPINACH, CAULIFLOWER, GREEN PEPPERS, RHUBARB, CRANBERRIES, BANANAS. "WE SELL GOOD GOODIES" j Telephone 85 SANITARY GROCERY Beer 5c. a Glass = _l, LOUVRE BAR ALCARLSON, Prop. 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. Ferguson M. II. Kikkpatrick The Buffet Hotel Cain ; NINE-YEAR-OLD BONDED | WHISKEY "nothing but the best" side entrance ! next to elks hall 1 I ] f PIANO TUNER ; F GEORGE ANDERSON, Export ? ? and agent for pianos. Leave or- < ? ! t ders at Racket Store. Phono 281. ! ? [ r Anderson's Orchestra J \ ? Lightning servlco at tho Stampede; ? Iso your money'B worth. 2-12-tf ? Empire ads for results. EVERY DAY A BIG DAY We Bake Three Times Dally Bread, Cakes, Pies, Cakes to Order for Special Occasions Eureka Bakery 302 Franklin St. Phone 2122 ;! Ill I I I 1 III I I Hi III III 1 1;; The Place to Meet the Old Alaskans is at : LOCKIE McKINNONS :: Every Thing First Class '?H M I I I I I"I"I-H"I-M"I"I I I M-H-" I III I II I 1 I III I 1 I III III I 11 : The Arctic Pocket:: Billiard Parlors Best Brands of CIGARS, TOBACCO and ?? SMOKING ARTICLES !! ; HOUSEL and CLAY, Proprs. The management reserves the ? > ? right to reject the patronage of ? ? ? any persons. Ill 111 III I I I I I I 11 1 I I I I I I- ' Moving Sale 7uneru,P&rskk. Moving Sale MONDAY ONLY-?' FA. TEN DOZEN FA. 5% II Ih $1-25, $1.50 and $1.75 (S || I" vSUk PERCALE and WRAPPERS and HOUSE ^^B \ J . ?' ES, ALL SIZES, AT 50c EACH We will sell our entire stock of $18 and $20 ^JT[.45 Suits at ... . ip ? = I HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER & MARX J immi? nun miium?w? mwmwui?