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FAST DOUGLAS TEAM
WINS FROM JUNEAU HIGH DOUGLAS. Feb. 24.?The Douglas high school basketball team won han-! dily from the fast Juneau boys on the: Douglas rink Saturday evening. The. game was very interesting and there j was some brilliant playing. A large crowd was present. The final score was 23 to IS. Marks, the center tor Douglas, starred especially, throwing some very ditllcult baskets. Garn, Lil jestrand. Markanen, Oliver, all played good, while Galwas played a wonder ful game as guard. The Juneau team LANUDRY WORK Sanitary Prompt Service IF YOU REALLY WANT YOUR LAUNDRY LAUNDERED SEND IT TO THE ALASKA STEAV LAUNDRY. ALASKA STEAM LAUNDRY Inc. Phone?15 J. H. K I N G, Mgr. 1^ nnm ii"! HI i i 11 11 111 i 111111111111111111111111111111' J OCCIDENTAL HOTEL AND ANNEX f Occidental Hotel Co., J. P. Olds. Mgr., European Plan j II Headquarters for Miaiog Men and Commercial Travelers FRONT STREET Opposite Post Office Phone 1-1 J I I I I I H"! ' i i-l-1-1 H I I I i I I I I I I 1 I I M I I I I I 1 M I I I I I 1 I II I 1 !? 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 AndersonfSkis Aluminum Roller Skates lhebe?[of( 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 ?- ~ : i MOWAKU, MMIV1IL. I un, ??L 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 the boats stopped running for a month All your needs could be supplied from the large stock of Groceries, Provisions, Clothing, Fur nishing Goods, Dry Goods, Etc. 'JARRIED BY j M. J. O'CONNOR Douglas I Mn I A LARGE AND VARIED STOCK OF MEN'S | Received Cut Prices Watch our window display | SALE MONDAY AT . . . VWI' 1 1 P. H FOX'S - - Douglas, Alaska Are Your Diamonds Properly Set? Bring them to us and have them examined MENDHAM'S "^sks* 1 KJ Established 1897 144 FRONT ST., TELEPHONE 266 ? - - JUNEAU, ALASKA , played a good game throughout and! I deserve praise for their work, though Douglas clearly outclassed and out played them. The llno-upt. were as follows: Douglas ? Oliver, Markaneu and Gam. forwards; Llljcstraud and Gal was. guards; Marks, center. Juneau?Burford and Kushaveroff, forwards; Hurlbutt, Richards and Mc Kinnon, guards; Wilson, center. Casey and Capt. Herner, the partic ular stars of Juneuu's regular team, did not play. Huber Van Der Wyer refereed the game. This was the sixth game of the series. Douglas has won two and Ju neau four. The next game will be played next Saturday at Juneau, where a good game is expected. 4? MEXICAN TEAM WINS FROM MACHINE SHOP DOUGLAS, Feb. 24.?The Mexican basketball team defeated the machine shop team in the closest and hardest fought game of the tournament last night at the Treadwell club, the Mex ican scoring 22, to the machine shop 20. The game was so close that the winner could not be picked until time was called. The Mexican started in leading, but the machine shop passed them before the end of the first half, and the score at the end of the half was 12 to 11. In the second half the score zigzagged between the teams till the end. For the winners. Gross, the captain, was the bright and shining star, play ing a game of his life. McDonald starred for the machine shop team, playing a perfect game. All of the players did good work. Jack John son refereed to the satisfaction of all. The largest crowd to witness any game was present. The line-ups wero us follows: ?Mexican?Vjruso, ?nu ? man, forwards; Beels and Berg, * guards; Barquist. center. Machine shop?Allen (Capt.) and ' < Samples, guards; McDonald and Kin-j j kald, forwards; Johnson, center. Fouls, on Mexican. 4; on machine " shop, 1: scorckei per, Charles Hall; I ' timekeepers, \V. 11. Metzner and Frank I ? Kussell; two 20-minute halves. The Mexican will play the store team Mon day night, and In case the store wins, the Mexican will play the shop another game, whereas had the shop won last night it would have ended the series. TREADWELL LEADERS PLAY AT BASKETBALL TONIGHT DOUGLAS. Feb. 24.?The Mexican ? and machine shop basketball teams ^ will play tonight the deciding game for the championship of Douglas isl- * and. Each team has won the same " number of games in the basketball i tournament and each team has lost '' but two games?winning eight. It is ^ believed the following will be the line up for tonight's games: Machine shop?Johnson, center; McDonald and Kinkald, forwards; A Samples and Allen, guards. Mexican?Gross and Foreman, for wards; Barquist, center; Beels and Berg, guards. e WATER CARNIVAL THURSDAY. t DOUGLAS. Feb. 24. ? The water li carnival will be held at the Treadwell F natatorium Thursday evening. A num- t ber of contestants are entered for dif- b ferent events which wil undoubtedly e attract a large crowd and inuch in- b terest. Suitable prizes are to be 1 awarded and the Treadwell band will d play during the evening. c LAST SOCIAL BEFORE LENT THIS EVENING 1 r b DOUGLAS. Feb. 24.?The last so- c cial to be given before the Lenten sea son will be given at the Alaska Catho- a lie club tonight at 8 o'clock by the young ladies of the church. Cards will played, refreshments served and an enjoyable time had. There will K probably be a big crowd present. n DOUGLAS PEOPLE ARE WED. h DOUGLAS. Feb. 24.?A quiet wed- tl ding with but the necessary witnesses present took place at the Congrega- h tional parsonage last Thursday. Rev. Owen Umstead officiating. The ring c< ceremony was used when Mr. Francis M. Emerson and Miss Fannie Block Harrel, both of Douglas, were united * in wedlock. ASH WEDNESDAY SERVICES I* DOUGLAS, Feb. 24.?There will be u services in St. Luke's Episcopal di church tomorrow evening. Ash Wed nesday, at 8 p. m., with sermon by the Is Rev. G. E. Renlson. There will be a business meeting of the members of di the congregation immediately after the S service. A full attendance Is urged. ?+? t? REINIKKA-BIETILINEN ?+? g< DOUGLAS, Feb. 24.?Mr. Henry Si Reinikka and Miss Ida Bietilinen, both P' popular Finnish people, were united in holy wedlock Sunday evening at Douglas, in the presence of a large K' company of their relatives and friends In the Congregational parsonage. The pastor. Rev. Owen Umstead, officiated, ^ using the ring cermony. They will continue to make their Home in Doug- b' las. WHILE THEY LAST ' TWO DOZEN MALLORY CRAVENETTED DERBY HATS REGULAR $4.00 VALUES YOUR CHOICE, $1.00 ALL SWEATERS, 1-3 OFF. ALL WOOL SHIRTS 25% .DISCOUNT ONE LOT OF WOOL COLLAR BAND SHIRTS REGULAR $2.50 STYLES YOUR CHOICE, 95 CENTS. THREE DOZEN MALLORY SOFT HATS CRAVENTTED REGULAR $4.00 VALUES yOUR CHOICE $1.00 ALL WINTER CAPS, 25 PER CENT. DISCOUNT. ALL LINED GLOVES, AND MITTENS, 25 PER CENT. DISCOUNT. ARROW MONARCH AND SUMMIT DRESS SHIRTS ? 25 PER CENT. DISCOUNT. RED MEN HAVE SOCIAL. DOUGLAS, Feb. 24.?The Red Men! f Douglas held a social at the I. O.' >. F. hall. A number were over from ? unenu. There was a big crowd pres-' nt. Whist was played. Mrs. H. V. j Hilly won the ladles first prize, And ; 'irginia Laughlin the Consolation irize. Win. McCormick won the gen- i lemen's first prize, and Louis Hub ard the consolation prize. Refresh nents were served. ? ILL IN READINESS ROR BIG RACE TOMORROW DOUGLAS, Feb. 24?Van Der \V> r and Itohmbaugh are putting on the mistiing touches of their training for lie big race for the championship of ilaska tomorrow night at the Doug ts roller rink. The tickets 011 sale at Celst's are going like hot cakes and here will be a record crowd. It is elleved the race will be the closest ver witnessed on the Island. Both oys, although confident, are wary, "he betting 011 the result Is heavy to ay. There will -probably be a big rowd over from Juneau to see the ontest. The floor is being put into hape, and wil bo in good condition, 'he race is to be 200 laps, for a side et of $400. Both men nre in fine ondltion. * TTRACTIVE PROGRAM AT THE LYRIC TONIGHT DOUGLAS. Feb. 24?This very ood program at the Lyric theatre to ight: "Their Masterpiece," a drama, very iteresting, by the American Co, "Baxter's Busy Day," a comedy, by lie Power's, very funny. "The Race," a Thanhouser, absorb lgly thrilling. "By Parcels Post," another good omedy, by the Imp Co. ??? * DOUGLAS NEWS NOTES j I _* DOUGLAS. Feb. 24.?The LaTouche nloaded 200 tons of coal at the city ock Sunday. The revolving chairs for the Doug is high school have arrived. The Belgians of Douglas held a big ance at the Mayflower pavilion last unday evening. Bud Coryell, of the Mexican, bus lined an injury to his eye yesterday. ] The Foresters gave a social and sod time at the Alaska Catholic club ! aturday evening. A large crowd was resent. The Moose met last night. ] The Croation Mandolin club will i Ive a big dance tonight at the Croa- i on Society hall. The postofllce closed all day, and 1 ic schools and stores half the day I jsterdav on account of Washington's rthday. On the 27th of February the Cale- i (Ionian club will give a dance at the Lyric theatre. A most enjoyable dance was held at the Star Temperance hall on Sat urday. M. G. Rogers and family will leave in the near future for Washington to make their future home. There Is a happy bunch of fellows around the Mexican mine today. The Alaska Catholic Club will give a dance on St. Patrick's day, March 17, as the usual custom. It promises to be even larger and more success ful than ever before. Croatlon Club to Give Dance. The Croatlon Mandolin Club will give a dance at the Croatlon Society Hall, on St. Ann's Ave., on next Tues day evening, Feb. 24th. Admission $1, Indies free. Good music and perfect order. 2-19-4t j + f I | PERSONAL MENTION | + + Mr. Sellinger, of the electric light ing company, whose finger was cought in a motor Friday night and almost severed from his hand, is able to be at work again. Dr. L. O. Egginton says the finger will be saved. General Manager L. K. Kennedy of the Jualin mines arrived in Juneau on the Georgia. Stewart Woods returned from Jualin on the last trip of the Georgia. Miss Jeanetto Patten, sister to Mrs. Caleb Corser, of Cordova, is return ing to the States nboard the North western. Tim Vogel, well known mining oper ator of Haines, arrived in Juneau on the Spokane. P. C. Stoess, well known mining engineer, returned from the Westward on the last trip of the Northwestern and is staying at the Hotel Cain. Collector of Customs J. F. Pugh re turned from a trip to the Westward, visiting Seward, Valdez and Cordova. Rev. A. P. Kashaveroff returned on the Northwestern yesterday from a vis it to the missions in Prince William sound poinis. J. J. Meherin, popular commercial man returned from a visit to the West ward. Mrs. J. H. Sellen, of Cordova, ar rived in Juneau on the Northwestern yesterday and will visit with her sis ter Miss Charon. George Vingar, of J. B. Caro & Co., returned from a trip to Lynn canal points on the Spokane. W. P. Pendergast took passage for Seattle on the Spokane yesterday. C. B. Walker, register of the local land office, returned on the Mariposa last night after several weeks in Se ittle, where he was called for the Mun lay coal land trials. J. F. McDonald, of Douglas, who went South with Federal prisoners, re turned on the Mariposa. Every nation welcome, except Carrie, it the Stampede. 2-19-tf. ?W3MCBM??MMMm WfiTl ft FfiMiiaHMMWB?? CHEESE-All Kinds German Breakfast, Neufchatel, Imported Swiss, Roque fort, McLaren's, Oregon Cream Hrick, and American Cheese. TRY OUR ALASKA KII'I'EREI) SALMON?It's Delicious. "WE SELL GOOD GOODIES" I Telephone 85 SANITARY GROCERY! f Beer 5c. a Glass w. a. fkrgiihon m. h. Kirkpatkick The Buffet Hotel Cain NINE-YEAR-OLD BONDED WHISKEY "NOTHING BUT THE BEST" SIDE ENTRANCE NEXT TO ELKS HALL i i-: PIANO TUNER I! GEORGE ANDERSON, Expert and agent for pianos. Leave or- <? dors at Racket Store. Phone 281. < t Anderson's Orchestra Haircut 50c Shave 25c The GENUINE BARBER SHOP J. P. 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! Tlcklo the ivories at Burford'a. 2-16-tf. LOUVRE BAR AL. CARLSON, Prop. 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