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Have you teen the famous
"cap1* CHISELS?
M<wt carpenter* ?n town now have them. The only improvement In chiacta in a generation.
Modern factory Brand Tfini C GASTINfAU HARDWARE
on every boat I U V LO & MACHINERY COMPANY
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CARPETS
WE CLEAN CARPETS THOROUGHLY
Without injuring the Carpet; Wa?h them when necessary. Beating <
carpets 10c pr. yd; washing carpets, 15c per yard.
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ALASKA STEAM LAUNDRY Inc.
Phone?15 - - - - J. H. K IN G, Mgr.
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I OCCIDENTAL HOTEL AND ANNEX I ,
Occidental Hotel Co, J. P. Olds, Mgr, European Plan ? I
Headquarters for Mining Men and Commercial Travelers + I
FRONT STREET Opposite Post Offlce Phone 1-1 ij!
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Your Business- WhyHIveSuould -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 tth?eern??e ||
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Received s'nSer Sewin? Machines
shipment of Boys' Sleds I;
Baby Cutters
Alfred Anderson Skis
Aluminum Roller Skates ;
the best or < Hardware, furniture ;
everything < 7
in (and Plumbing ;
C W. YOUNG COMPANY
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FIRST TERRITORIAL BANK OF ALASKA
Douglas, Alaska
Every facility for banking. Foreign and domestic ex- '
change. Commercial accounts solicited. Interest allowed 1
on time deposits.
: M. J. O'CONNOR, Pres. - - - A. E. GURR, Cashier
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HOWARD. HAMILTON, WAL
THAM and ELGIN
WATCHES
Large Stock on Hand, At '
FACTORY PRICES !
SPECIAL
7-Jeweled Watch, Good Time- ^
keeper? r
ONLY $7.00
PAUL BLOEDHORN ?
Expert Repairing Douglas
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I If the boats stopped running for a month I;
All your needs could be supplied from
the large stock of
Groceries, Provisions, Clothing, Fur- 9
; "Jibing Goods, Dry Goods, Etc.
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L?E AND VARIED STOCK OF MEN'S t
Just'Keceived fferut pr;ces
Watch our window dtaplay | SALE MONDAY AT . . . 1 1
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P. H FOX'S - - Douglas, Alaska <
We Manttfadure Jewelry
We make our own souvenirgoodsfand sell direc^ to ^
tW tnayiu^LivuttTiyiti rflihiddlemiiit's profit. 3l< 8 fl t ?? 5i
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TAKE ADVANTAGfE - 1
of the large line of watches and dian^d^ye j (SrryQcall I tl
and get our nrices and be convinced that this is the n^oney id
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INTEREST GROWS IN
BIG SKATING RACE'
DOUGLAS. Feb. 16. ? Tho Bkatiug
race between Van Der W^er, Douglas
island champion, and conquerer of Kay
uohrabaugh, will take place the 26th
jf this mouth and as the date grows
nearer the excitement Is becoming
greater. The raee will be one of the
piggest athletic events of the year.
Both men are training hard. Rohr
ibaugh expects to regain his title of
champion of Alaska, but Van Der Wy
sr says he Is not afraid, and is conll
lent of success.
300D PrfbGRAM AT
THE LYRIC TONIGHT
DOUGLAS. Feb. 16.?An excellent
program Is on at the Lyric, consisting
jf the following reels:
"The Unknown Conceals," a great,
two-reel feature, one of the most in
teresting pictures yet shown. Bo sure
not to miss it.
"With the Mounted Police," a strong
Interesting drama by the Thanhouser
company.
There will also be a comedy that
will send you homo laughing.
A large crowd was present at the
show last night and a delightful pro
gram was on. The Lyric orchestra
played during tho evening.
Save your couupons.
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DOUGLAS PEOPLE ARE
BECOMING RIFLE EXPERTS
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DOUGLAS, Feb. 16. ? Carl Hardy,
liimself one of the best rifle exports
an the Pacific Coast, is encouraging
interest In rifle shooting by giving a
riflle to the best score made at his gal
lery during the week. Dr. Mathis, Ar
thur Llljestrand and Chris Alsdahl
tied for first place last week with the
score of 27. They will shoot off the
tie tonight.
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DOUGLAS NEWS NOTES |
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DOUGLAS, Feb. 16.?The machine
ihop and the cyanide plant basketball
earns play basketball tonight at the
rreadwell club at 8 o'clock. It no
loubt will be an interesting game as
he series is nearly over. The Mexi
can and shop teams are neck and
leek, and one of them will win the:
tournament. I
This is pay day at Treadwell.
The Eastern Star lodge meets to- l_
light at the I. O. O. F. hall, at 8
j'clock. There will be initiations.
A large crowd enjoyed the Treadwell
club show on Saturday evening.
Alaska Catholic Club meets tomor- ,
cow evening.
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MARINE NOTES
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The Admiral Sampson left Cordova t
it 9 o'clock yesterday morning and Is g
ucpected to arrive in Juneau tomorrow
norning at 10 o'clock. > t
The Northland arrived from the ' ^
South yesterday and is discharging oil. (|
She will leave for Kensington and sail
South from that point.
The Princess Maquinna, sailing from
Vancouver Saturday night, should ar
ive In Juneau tomorrow night.
The Admiral Evans will sail from So- '
ittle tomorrow night and should ar- '
?ive in Juneau Friday.
The Al-KI, sailing from Seattle Sat- s
irday night, should -arrive here Wed- 0
lesday. ?
The Spokane should arrive from the
South Thursday. The Humboldt sails
rom Seattle Wednesday.
The Mariposa sails from Seattle Fri- j1
lay.
The Georgia left for Sitka today.
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Buy a meerschaum pipe at Burford's 1
md treat yourself to a satisfying p
moke after dinner. 2-16-tf. ^
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SPECIAL MEETING.
t h
There will be a special meeting of
he Juneau Commercial Club In the 8
ouncil chambers Thursday evening, 11
February 19, at 8 o'clock, to consider
inestion of appropriation of Alaska ex- 1:
libit in Panama-Pacific Exposition. 0
lC-3t. JOHN RECK, Pres. ,l
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1EMOCRATIC CLUB TO
MEET AT GROSS HALL l<
The Juneau Democratic Club will
icet tomorrow night at Gross hall,
irrangements for the celebration of "
he first year of the Democratic ad
ninistrntion will be considered. It Is al
esired that there be a full attendance. ~
HEAVY RAINFALL SUNDAY.
The rainfall for the 24 hours prcced
ag 3 p. m. yesterday was 2.40 inches,
|je heaviest of the year.
**v' ? NOTICE.
Foresters of America are requested
a meet at the Foresters' hall, Wednes
ay.Jeb. 18jat S p. m. Installation
flQAcdiflSuClu tS&XpUce. Other 1m
ortant business matters are to be
?ansacted. Visiting members arc cor
iailv invited. Regular meeting every
r eanesuay hlgftl 11 8 A'ilMk!. ' '
v enj^g j j a
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PERSONAL MENTION
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W. B. Hobison, Seattle and Alaska
nanager for the Olympla Brewing
ompuny. Is In Juneau in the Interest
if his company, and a guest at the
tlaskun Hotel.
E. P. Walker of the fisheries sor
icc left for Sitka on the Georgia this
norning.
Frank Shotter left for his home In
loonuh on the Georgia.
Carl Brown has taken passage on
he Al-Ki und is returning home after
,n absence of several weeks.
Henry Ahrnsted, well known old
imer, is returning to Juneau on the
tl-Ki which sailed from Seattle Sntur
ay night.
SPLENDID PROGRAM AT THE
ORPHEUM THEATRE.
A capacity audience at the Orpheum
ast night enjoyed the especially se
eded Sunday progrum of photo plays,
iiost of the progrum being of outside
taglng! The scenic effects through
ut call for some beautiful work of
ihotographic art.
"The Day that Is Dead" is a beauti
ul Edison picture play, produced in
he sea coast of England. The story
i adapted from Tennyson's poem,
Break, Break, Break."
"Lady Peggy's Escape" is a splen
id and exciting photo play of the
roublesome days of Queen Bess. This
lay is reproduced in Ireland by the
lulcm company with Gene Guuntier,
tieir stellar actress in the strenuous
haractor portrayal of Lady Peggy, the
erolne.
"Beautiful Falls of Marmore" Is a
ceries of beautiful colored views by
tie Cines company.
"Cutey and the Twins," a clean,
mghnble comedy, by the Vltagraph
ompany, featuring that clever corned
in Wally Van, assisted by Hughio
lack, Florence Turner, The Twins,
nd othets, closes a splendid program
> be repeated this evening.
Save you. coupons.
The jolly crowd, tho good smokes,
le pleasant play will make you hap
y day by day. Play pool at Burford's
ad take the kinks ou^>f your liver.
?2-16-tf. 1
THREE-REEL "BRONCHO" FEA
TURE AT GRAND TONIGHT.
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The Grand has another very excit
ing feature for its patrons:
"The Wheels of Destiny," In three
exciting parts. A story that everyone
has read, the Pioneer days, a story
that will make you shiver. It is full
of action and thrilling acts. "Running
the Gauntlet," one of the Joys the In
dians had on the white captives.
We want everyone in Juneau to see
this wonderful production.
Bring the children, for it is a pic
ture that pleases the little ones.
"Hazard for a Heart," a good Gau
[ mont comedy. Remember, the Grand?
where everybody goes.
A. C. Fromming, tho well known
piano player and who was with the
| Grand theatre two years ago, has again
j signed a contract to play for the
| Grand.
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A LETTER FOR YOU?
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List of letters remaining in the post
oillco at Juneau, Alaska, on Feb. 7,
1913. Parties wishing same, when call
ing, please say: "advertised."
Fraser, Colin.
Facet, Jim
Florence, F. E.
Flajsik, Jos.
Gordon, Miss Ida, (card)
Gulla, Bastian, Olson
Guvnntn, Frank
Gurazkvick, Miko
Gustason, Miss May
Guldjord, Sigurd (card)
Harder, Mrs. A. H.
Hanson, Miss May (card)
Hakman, Abe |
Holman, J. H. (card)
Holmi, Herman
Jackson, Sivert H.
Janson, Victor
Johhston, Frank (card)
Johnston, Christopher
Johnson, E. M. (2 letters)
Johnson. Willie
Johnson, N. H.
Jones, James J. (2 letters)
JohnB, Hampton
JohnBon, Jack
Marks, H.
Mahoney, Jim (card)
Mattson, H. Fred (card)
Martin, Lee
E. L. HUNTER, P.M.
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Juneau Cold Storage Co.
FRESH, SALT and FROZEN
EVERYTHING IN SEASON
PROMPT DELIVERY
_ PHONE 26 - - - Near City Dock
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J^IpEI Three Dozen Angoria Tans and Golf
^Jr lift Puttee GaPs? worth up to $1.50 . . .
m M ll| 500 yards Sucine silk and Soisette, regular gajnlj
? 50 cent quality . j
We will sell our entire
stock of
$18 and $20 07.45
Suits at ... $ #
HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER & MARX '
Fresh from the Southland
NEW CABBAGE, PARSNIPS, CARROTS, SWEET POTATOES, BRUS
SELS' SPROUTS, SPINACH, CAULIFLOWER, GREEN PEPPERS,
RHUBARB, CRANBERRIES, BANANAS.
"WE SELL GOOD GOODIES"
[Telephone 85 SANITARY GROCERY
Beer
5 c. a
Glass]
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. H. Kirkpatrick
The Buffet
Hotel Cain
NINE-YEAR-OLD BONDED
WHISKEY
"nothing but tiie best"
side entrance
next to elks hall
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PIANO TUNER ||
;; GEORGE ANDERSON, Expert
< ? and agent for pianos. Leave or- < >
11 ders at Racket Store. Phono 281. ! >
j I Anderson's Orchestra < *
Lightning service at the Stampede;
nlso your money's worth. 2-12-tf
Empire ads for results.
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LOCVRE
BAR
AL. CARLSON, Prop.
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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 2R2
fII I I I I I III 1 I I I I I I I I I I II If
The Place to Meet
the Old Alaskans !!
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Billiard Parlors
Best Brands of !!
CIGARS, TOBACCO and
" SMOKING ARTICLES i!
!! HOUSEL and CLAY, Proprs. ; |
The management reserves the ? ?
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