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STEEL- ?|"||$?[$? Tii!' f" Moat carpenters in tuwn now have them. The only improvement In chisels in a (feneration. Modern factory Brand JAAI C GASTINEAU HARDWARE on every boat I Ul/LJ & MACHINERY COMPANY LANUDRY WORK Sanitary Prompt Service IF YOU REALLY WANT YOUR LAUNDRY LAUNDERED SEND IT TO THE ALASKA STEAM LAUNDRY. ALASKA STEAM LAUNDRY Inc. Phone?15 J. H. KfNG, Mgr. I 1 i ?; 1 !? M 1 I 1 M !? 1 1 1 I I- !? !? l-l II 11 I M H- 11-I l -t- l' I I 1 I ?! l -l -l- !? OCCIDENTAL HOTEL AND ANNEX J Occidental Hotel Co., J. P. Old*, Mgr., European Plan Headquarters for Mining Men and Commercial Travelers ; FRONT STREET Opposite Post Office Phone 1-1 11 K! i I 1 I I I I ? ' i l i l l l l l I l l l I l I l l 1 I I I I t I I I I I l I l I I I 1 I l I l l-l-t Your Business-WhyHaveSihtou!d-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 ? ? m Recdved Singer Sewing Machines shipment of Boys' Sleds ==L Baby Cutters Alfred Anderson Skis Aluminum Roller Skates the best off 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 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 I If the boats stopped running for a month a All your needs could be supplied from the large stock of Groceries, Provisions, Clothing, Fur nishing Goods, Dry Goods, Etc. CARRIED BY M. J. O'CONNOR Douglas I I 7 Mrfc ? I A LARGE AND VARIED STOCK OF MEN'S Received VvVldlerb?eplaarc?dhi?3 rut Prices Watch our window di.play | SALE MONDAY AT . . . 1 ? '**** P. H FOX'S - - Douglas, Alaska Time Pieces We stand back of every Watch sold by us. GUARANTEED FACTORY AND OUTSIDE PRICES Special designs submitted upon application. Original designs in artistic jewelry. MENDHAMT^ ^ Established 1S97 144 FRONT ST., TELEPHONE 266 - - - JUNEAU, ALASKA VERY GOOD SHOW TONIGHT AT LYRIC DOUGLAS, Feb. 20.?An excelleut program will be on at the Lyric to night and tomorrow night. The show last night was thoroughly enjoyed. "The Sham Secretary," a drama In tensely Interesting; an exciting bank robbery occurs. This picture is in two reels, and Is meant to pleaso the public. The management spare 'no trouble or cost to give the people a good time. "The Kiss of Judas," extra good drama, very interesting. "When Her Love Grew Cold," a com edy of the laughable kind, by tho Gau inont Co. Tonight is prize night, bring your coupons. STORE TEAM DEFEATS CYANIDE PLANT TEAM DOUGLAS, Fob. 20.?The Btore teum defeated the cyanide plant in basket ball last night at the Treadwell club. The flnul score was 27 to 18. There was some brilliant pluying. Jack John sou of the store sturring, and also Christman, who made three long diffi cult baskets. White distinguished him self for the cyanide team, and all the others on both teams played hard and fast. The line-ups were: Store?Christman and Kennedy, for wards; Johuson, center; Porter and 1 Mauseth, guards. Cyanide?Hayes and Atchison, for wards; White, center; Mills and Bar quist, guards. The game was for the usual two 20 : minute halves. Officers?Tom McDon ald. referee; Charles Hall, scorekoep er; fouls, on store, 4: on cyanide, 3; E. McClain, timekeeper. BASKETBALL AGAIN TONIGHT. Douglas, Feb. 20?Another interest ing basketball game la scheduled for tonight at the Treadwell C'ub. The Juneau Athletic Club team, accoutpnu | ied by a crow<l of rooters, will come over to battle with iho Mexican basket 1 ball team. No doubt they will be greeted with a packed house. The Mex ican team lineup w'l' b< the same as i it has been in tin* Trend well tourna-' | utrlit?Gross, Berg, Foreman, Barquist land Beels. The Jura ad t:?ni will con ita.n some of the basketball stars of ! olhei days. The game will begin at j S p m. ?+? JUNEAU AND DOUGLAS HIGH SCHOOLS PLAY DOUGLAS, Feb. 20.?The Juneau and Douglas high school baske 'all teams will play the sixth game in their series of contests tomorrow night at this ; place. The Douglas team has prac : ticed hard during the two weeks that J have intervened since the last con test, and a good game may be expect ed. The teams will probably be made up the same as heretofore, as follows: Juneau?Kashaveroff, Burford, Cas ey, Richards, McKinnon and Herner. Douglas?Marks, Markanen, Garn, Oliver, Liljestrand and Galwas. An admission of 25 cents and 10 cents will be charged. The game will begin at about 8:15 p. m. ROLLER SKATERS ARE TRAINING FOR RACE . DOUGLAS, Feb. 20.?Hubert Van Der Wyer and Ray Rolirabaugh are training hard for the big skating race that will take place in the Douglas roll- ( er rink February 25th. Van Der Wyer ] not only skates regularly every day ( but he lets himself out at each train- ] ing spell for a few laps and sprints at ( full speed. Rohrabaugh comes over to Douglas . very afternoon at 5 o'clock and spends | a while in the rink with his skates. It 1 is said that he is confident of success. I However, Van Der Wyer's supporters ' are said to have money to place on his t ability to retain the championship that t he won from the Juneau man. It is said that $400 is already up, in addl- c tion to the gate receipts. t SWIMMING CARNIVAL AT t TREADWELL NEXT THURSDAY r*r*ttr*t ac on L/wuviu/ikj, ruu. mv. iuv oniuiuiiu^ j carnival will be held next Thursday night at Treadwell. There will be t short dashes for men and boys, greased t pole, plunge for distance and other vents. Prizes will be awarded. Those t entering should got blanks from the ci- n gar stand and enter their names with the athletic director. a Red Men to Give Social Card Party Douglas, Feb. 20?The Red Men's . Lodge will give a social and card party . next Monday evening, Washington's birthday at the 1. O. 0. F. Hall, at 8 o'clock. Cards will be played and re freshments served. All members and friends are invited to attend. 2-19-2t. + * I I I DOUGLAS NEWS NOTES | I I + + Douglas, Feb. 20?Francis Cornwall and mother leave on the Al-Ki for California where Mrs. Cornwall will locate. Her daughter is there now. Francis will visit in Carltfornia ahont three months and then return to work at Treadwell. This will be the first 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 get your size. WE HAVE IT. Av r* TWENTY - FIVE GOOD, SERVICEABLE RAIN COATS ^ (17 Ql (L^Size) (T T Q r .B ^ iW vS Some are newer than others. What some lack in Style, make up ^ | J .B ^ .B in Quality; having sold as high as $15.00. ? ^ . II1NFAII ~ATA^KA vacation in six yearn f >r Francis. Mrs. Turner who has been employed] at the St. Ann's hospital for the last few months, left on the Princess Mar quiuna for Vancouver. B. C. Tho telegraphic bowt'ng tournament between Wliitchorse, Skagway, Junenu and Trcadwell will begin next Tues day. There was a band rehearsal at the Trcadwell Club last night. There was a ten cent tea at the Con gregational Church yesterday after noon. A good number were present. Tom McDonald, athletic director at I Trcadwell, reports a good number are engaged in taking athletic instructions. The Foresters of America will hold a big social and entertainment at the Lyric theatre tomorrow night at nine yclock. All visiting Foresters invited. The Knights of Pythtno-held a ban juet and entertainment last night at die A. 1.. U. Hall. A large number of members and friends, were present and 1 most enjoyable time was held. ?+~ Coation Club to Give Dance 1 The Croatlon Mandolin Club will ?lve a dance at the Croatlon Society flail, on St. Ann's Ave., on next Tues lav evening. Feb. 25th. Admission $1, adies free. Good music and perfect >rder. 2-19-4t ? + MARINE NOTES I 1 1 The Admiral Evans is reported to be lue to arrive in Juneau from tho South omorrow morning at 7 o'clock. Tho Northwestern left Valdez at 5 , ?'clock this morning and will bo due i o arrive in Juneau Sunday. The Mariposa will sail from Seattle onight. The Princess Maquinna arrived from Ikagway and sailed South this morn ng. Tho Al-KI arrived from tho South his morning and sailed on return trip 1 bis afternoon. -The Spokane arrived at Trcadwell his morning and will be in Juneau to- ' ight about midnight. Every nation welcome, except Carrie, t the Stampede. 2-19-tf. ; ? ? ? I Empire ads for results. 1 + H PERSONAL MENTION ? *i Dave Housel returned to Juneau 01 the Spokane today from a brief vlsl In Pugct Sound cities. E. P. Refling, of Petersburg, arrive) in Juneau on the Spokane today. Jack Otness. who has been employe) on a pile driver at Petersburg, cam< to Juneau for medical treatment. Vincent SobolofT. prominent citizei of Killisnoo and member of one of th< oldest pioneer families of Alaska, ar rived in Juneau on the Georgia an< will visit for a time. Gus Borgen and Mrs. Borgen arrive) from the South on the Spokane thli morning. Mr. Borgen was formerly ii business at Nome. M. J. O'Connor, Mayor of Douglas took passage on the Princess Maquin na this morning for Puget Sound citiei to bo absent for two weeks. MUNCIPALITY TO DISTRIBUTE FOODSTUFF NEW YORK, Feb. 20? Borougl President Marks of Manhattan is con sidcring a plan to use trolley cars ir the early morning for foodstuff distri button to market points in the interesl of lower living costs. COTTON INDUSTRY SHOWS GOOD GAIN BOSTON, Feb. 20.?The Internatlon al Cotton Company has started up its mills at Chestnut Hill, Conn., on day and night turns, owing to enormous or ders for goods made by them. GERMAN WOMEN WANT ON STOCK EXCHANGE ?+? BERLIN, Feb. 20.?German women financiers ha\x made demand for ad mission to the floor of the Berlin Stock Exchange. rEN MILLION JEWS FOR NEW YORK ? NEW YORK, Feb. 20.?Ten million rews in New York and adjacent cities n 50 years, comprising one commun ty, is the prediction of Jacob H. Schiff. Get Your. FISH,, Juneau Cold Storage Co. FRESH, SALT and FROZEN EVERYTHING IN SEASON PROMPT DELIVERY PHONE 26 - Near City Dock h ??mHHHIIIIIIII Mill IIIHMrmaMI Ulllllllili hi i 'hi ? i CHEESE?All Kinds I 1 t German Breakfast, Neufchatel, Imported Swiss, Roque fort, McLaren's, Oregon Cream Brick, and American Cheese. j TRY OUR ALASKA KIPPERED SALMON?It's Delicious. 1 "WE SELL GOOD GOODIES" , Telephone 85 SANITARY GROCERY 1 1 Beer 5c. a : Glass : 1 W. A. Ferguson m. H. Kirkpatihck The Buffet Hotel Cain NINE-YEAR-OLD BONDED WHISKEY "nothing but the best" side entrance next to elks hall | PIANO TUNER | GEORGE ANDERSON, Expert ^ < ? and agent for pianos. Leavo or- < > ! I ders at Racket Store. Plrone 281. < I JI Anderson's Orchestra \ J ?????????????????????????? Haircut 50c Shave 25c The GENUINE BARBER SHOP J. D. VAN ATTA, Prop. Puff Hair Cut Our Specialty ; Moles, Warts and Birthmarks Scientifically Removed ] Ladies' Shampooing 304 Front St. Near City Dock Coffee, better than your mother ever . made, at the Stampede Restaurant. 2-19-tf. ; Have some fun! Tickle the ivories ! at Burford's. 2-16-tf. ' LOOVRE BAR AL. CARLSON, Prop^ EVERY DAY A BJG DAY Wo Bake Three Times Dally Bread, Cakes, Pies, Cakes to Order for Special Occasions ' Eureka Bakery 302 Franklin St Phone 2122 The Place to Meet the Old Alaskans ! :: is at 1 :: LOCKIE McKINNONS j: Every Thing First Class I '?i m i m m in m n i i ii i" 11 IIi;I III 111 I 1 IIIM 111 1 1 : The Arctic Pocket;: Billiard Parlors Bc*t Brands of CIGARS, TOBACCO and ? ? SMOKING ARTICLES - i HOUSEL atad CLAY, Proprs. The management resorvea the ?? ? right to reject the patronage of ? ? ? any persons. 111111111 m 1111111111 u '