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! SYAV- CHISELS? Moat carpenters in town now tunc tham. Tha only improvement In chiaata in a generation. Modern factory Brand T A HI Q GASTINEAU HARDWARE on every boat I U U L*J ij & MACHINERY COMPANY LANUDRY WORK Sanitary Prompt Service IF YOU REALLY WANT YOUR LAUNORY LAUNDERED SEND IT TO THE ALASKA STEAM LAUNDRY. * ALASKA STEAM LAUNDRY Inc. Phone?15 J. H. KIN G, Mgr. Mill. I-I-; 1 I II 1 I 1 I 1 I I 1 1 1 I I 1 H' l-H-l I OCCIDENTAL HOTEL AND ANNEX : Occidental Hotel Co.. J. P. Old*. Mgr., European Plan Headquarters for Mining Men and Commercial Travelers FRONT STREET Opposite Post Ofllco Phone 1-1 *1"H M l-H-i '?I-l-l-l-H-IH-l III 1 1-l- l- H-l l"l I I I M I I II I 1 I I I I I'l'l-H Your Business- WhyHaveSihtould-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 Just Received shipment of I Singer Sewing Machines Boys' Sleds Baby Cutters Alfred Anderson Skis Aluminum Roller Skates thehef[?H Hardware, Furniture everything < 7 m (and Plumbing C W. YOUNG COMPANY | j FIRST TERRITORIAL BANK OF ALASKA I 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 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 large stock of I Groceries, Provisions, Clothing, Fur- j nishing Goods, Dry Goods, Etc -- CARRIED BY = M. J. O'CONNOR Douglas Mrs * J A LARGE AND VARIED STOCK OF MEN'S Received Cut Prices Watch our windowditpla, I SALE MONDAY AT . . . V'Ul 1 ' '"ov, P. H FOX'S - - Douglas, Alaska KEEP YOUR JEWELRY Watches and Clocks in Repair BRING THEM TO US AND YOU CANT GO WRONG. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. MENDHAM'S"-? 1 Established 1897 144 FRONT ST., TELEPHONE 266 - - ? JUNEAU, ALASKA EXCELLENT PROGRAM ? AT LYRIC TONIGHT DOUGLAS. Feb. 18.?That famouB feature film. "When Lincoln Paid," will be at the Lyric tonight. It will be in two reels, portraying fierce battles of tho Civil War, illustrating Abraham Lincoln's uniform kindliness and gen tleness of soul, who heeded tho appeal of a weeping mother for her only ?.rhild. It shows how tho unhappy moth er was made glad when Lincoln par doned her boy. This picture, although thrilling In places, Is very pathetic in others. Every one interested in Amer ican history should come, and bring their children. You will surely be glad that you have seen this wonderful pic ture. There will also be a good com edy, and a drama that will be Buro to please. ?+? ! 4 + ' DOUGLAS NEWS NOTES |' I - J DOUGLAS, Feb. 18.?The Eagles will meet tonight and transact import : ant business. They will also Initiate a number of candidates. The I^adlcs* League of the Congrega tional Church will give a ten cent tea at the league room tomorrow after noon; come and have a cup. The Al-Ki is due today from tho South. M. J. Minkove has nearly all of his hardware moved into his new store, in the Henson building, and is nearly ready for business in that place. Terry Gllligan is able to bo around on the streets again after his sickness.! Joe Jones, who fractured his jaw i . some time ago, is improving rapidly, j There will be a basketball game at ' Treadwell tomorrow night. ; THE ADMIRAL SAMPSON ARRIVES SOUTHBOUND I -+~ The Admiral Sampson arrived from the Westward about 10 o'clock last night bringing mail and a few pas sengers. Those on board were: j For Seattle?A. A. Melosh,, M. S. Morrison, Mrs. G. T. Morris, A. Mc. & Dougal, and four second class. . ? For Juneau?J. B. Turner, E. Gau ( A therat, A. D. Nash, and one second ; 1 class. For Ketchikan ? G. W. Woodruff, I wife and child, and two second class. ? G. W. WOODRUFF GOING + AO KETCHIKAN OFFICE | ?+? G. W. Woodruff, deputy collector ^ of customs, who has been lately sta tioned at Cordova, passed through Ju- cfl neau on the Admiral Sampson last s'' night enroute to Ketchikan where ho will assume the post made vacant by c'' the transfer of Deputy Collector M. 8'' jS. Whitticr to the Juneau ofllce. Mr. I Wdbdruff is accompaniesd by his fam j lly. la ALASKAN HOTEL ARRIVALS. The following arrivals are registered ^ at the Alaskan Hotel. I. Schoenfeldt, Tenakee; A. L. Mit chell. R. E. Ash. Portland; H. E. /' Shook. A. M. Goodman, A. W. Qulst, D I. Moir, Seattle; R. A. McGregor, 1 city; J. B. Turner, E. GautheraL ... tn "BRONCHO BILLY" AT ORPHEUM dfl + ne The Orpheum theatre last night op ened its program with "The Lost )a Note," a good Lubin dramatic picture (.( play. "The Governor's Daughter," a spleu- ^ did Western photoplay by the Selig company, the story of a ranchman, ac cused wrongfully of a crime and re leased through a plea for clemency by bc the Governor's daughter. hl "The Making of Broncho Billy," a cil good Essanay picture play of Gilbert A. Anderson's initial bow to the West an In the creation of his famous character s? of "Broncho Billy." "Hubby's Polly," a funny Pathe farce comedy with Paul Panzer, closes a good program to be repeated this eve- at nlng. ^e Save your coupons. tw ba DRUG STORE PURCHASE AN ERROR. Through an error in printing in the de columns of one of our dally newB- clt papers, the public and our friends were be led to believe that we had purchased tho Juneau Drug Co. We wish to in form the public that we are not in terested in the above named store, and jhave nothing to do with its manage- th( | inent whatsoever. But are always py ready to serve you in a most proficient an manner at the old and reliable Dorau ? , Drug Store on Second steret. MILTON WINN. OREN P. HILL. 2- 18- tf. NOTICE. Foresters of America are requested to meet at the Foresters' hall. Wednes day, Feb. 18, at 8 p. m. Installation of officers will take place. Other Im portant business matters are to be transacted. Visiting mombcrs are cor dially invited. Regular meeting> every Wednesday night at 8 o'clock. J. H. RANDLE, Fin. Secy. 2-16-3t. Buy a meerschaum pipe at Burford's and treat yourself to a satisfying smoke after dinner. 2-16-tf. _ Shoes Take the Lead At Goldstein's Removal Sale Saturday A. M., Feb. 21 Not to be outdone by the rest of the departments in this great Removal which is going on at our store, the SHOE DEPART MENT steps to the front SATURDAY MORNING to give the shoe buying public not only a big surprise but genuine live bar gains in the BEST FOOTWEAR that money can buy and little money at that in this sale will go a long ways. We have picked out entire lines to be sacrificed at enormous reductions and you will find some extra good numbers in LADIES SHOES at . $1.95 apa,r New shoes recently received reduced all the way from 10 to 30 per cent. Come early and pet your size. WE HAVE IT. i ^ ^ TWENTY - FIVE GOOD, SERVICEABLE RAIN COATS /K ^ ^ one **?> \ Q S V|J L J ^ iW ijf Some are newer than others. What some lack in Style, make up ^ kW lW in Quality; having sold as high as $15.00. i MARINE NOTES 4 The Princess Maqulnna. leaving Ket ilkan at 10 o'clock this morning iould arrive in Juneau tomorrow. The Al-Ki was duo to arrive at Ket likan at 11:30 this morning am iould arrive In Juneau tomorrow. The Spokane is due to arrive ir rince Rupert at 9 o'clock tonight ant iould reach Juneau Friday. Admiral Evans sailing from Seattle st night should arrive in Juneau Frl ty night. The Humboldt is scheduled to leave ?attic today. The Mariposa is scheduled to sal om Seattle Friday. The Northwestern is expected froir e Westward Saturday. The Admiral Sampson arrived frorc e Westward Southbound last night The Delhi sailed from Seattle yester y with 350 tons house coal for Ju au. The I>aTouche sailed from Seattle st Sunday with 500 tons of British dumbla coal for Juneau. \MPBELL FINDS THREE DEAD SEA OTTEF Cupt. Malcolm aud Capt. Jack Camp 11 and Fred Oliver, who have boor inting and prospecting in the vi lity of Lituya Bay, are reported tc ve found three dead sea otter. The imals are said to have been In a od state of preservation. TWO-STEP CONTEST TONIGHT. Tonight is two-step contest night Jaxon's rink; a handsome prize for st single two-stepper. Three reels good pictures will bo shown be een 8:30 and 9:30. Ten cents tc lcony. NOTICE. There will bo a meeting of the Or r of Owls Monday evening at 8 o' >ck, in Gross hall. Visiting mem rs are invited to attend. OSCAR WALLEN, 2-17-5t. Organizer and President. The jolly crowd, the good smokes, ? pleasant play will make you hap day by day. Play pool at Burford'B d take the kinks out of your liver. ?2-16-tf. BIDS WANTED. j NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that ? scaled bids will be received by the A. W. Quist Company at the ofllces of ' Charles Goldstein, this city, not later than 2 p. m. on Friday, the 20th day " of February, 1914, for the hauling of and delivering to the corner of Sec ond and Seward streets as required ' by the undersigned, on? Five Hundred Thousand (500,000) feet lumber, more or less; ! Fifteen Hundred (1500) barrels ce ment: Equipment and other mntcrlals. Bids to specify what amount per ^ thousand on the hauling of lumber and so much per ton on the hauling of other material. ' A good and sufficient bond equal In amount to amount of bid must nccom 1 pany each proposal. The undersigned reserves the "right to reject any or all bids. The A. \V. QUIST CO., ?2-18-3L A. W. Quist. ) t BIDS WANTED. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that t sealed bids will bo received by the A. \V. Qulst Company at the offices of Charles Goldstein, this city, to bo op ened not later than 2 p. m? Friday, the 20th day of February, 1S14, on? [ Fourteen Hundred (1400) yards sand and gravel to bo hauled from Basin. Sand and gravel to be clean. NO LOAM ACCEPTED. Said sand nnd gravel to be delivered to a specified place, namely, corner Second and Seward streets in the City of Juneau, Alaska, and must be de livered as required by the undersigned. A good and sufficient bond equal in amount to bid must accompany each bid. The undersigned reserves the right to reject any or all bids. The A. W. QUIST CO. ?2-18-3t. A. W. Qulst. ORDER OF OWLS. ? * - Charter now open. Initiation fee, $5; benefits, $6 per week; funeral ben efit, $100; dues, $.50 per month. For particulars enquire at Circle City Ho tel . OSCAR WALLEN. 2-16-4t. Assistant Organizer. Get Your FISH a, Juneau Cold Storage Co. FRESH, SALT and FROZEN EVERYTHING IN SEASON PROMPT DELIVERY f PHONE 26 - - ? ? - - - Near City Dock I CHEESE-All Kinds I German Breakfast, Neufchatel, Imported Swiss, Roque fort, McLaren's, Oregon Cream Brick, and American Cheese. TRY OUR ALASKA KIPPERED SALMON?It's Delicious. "WE SELL GOOD GOODIES" Telephone 85 SANITARY GROCERY J Beer 5c. 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. fkrouson m. h. kirkpatkick Tiie Buffet Hotel Cain NINE-YEAR-OLD BONDED WHI8KEY "nothing but the best" side entkance next to elks hall I I-: PIANO TUNER J GEORGE ANDERSON, Expert < and agent for pianos. Leave or- < ders at Racket Store. Phono 281. < Anderson's Orchestra \ Lightning sorvice at the Stampede; ilso your money'8 worth. 2-12-t1 Empire ads for results. LOUVRE BAR AL. CARLSON, Prop. L EVERY DAY A BIG DAY Wo Bako Threo Tlme? Dally Bread, Cakes, Pies, Cakes to Order for Special Occasions Eureka Bakery 302 Franklin St Phono 2122 The Place to Meet the Old Alaskans !! is at :: LOCKIE McKINNONS jj Every Thing First Class 11 III 111 I III 111 I 111 1 1 II 1 I*' } 1 I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I 1 1 I :: The Arctip Pocket:: Billiard Parlors Best Brands of CIGARS, TOBACCO and SMOKING ARTICLE8 I; HOUSEL and CLAY. Propra ' ? ? Tho management reserves the ? ? ? ? right to reject tho patronage of ? ? ? ? any persona ? ? tl 1 I I 1 111 1 I 1 I I 1 1 Ml 11 III I ?