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Uri IiNSUKANIl _ STRONGEST COMPANY IN THE WORLD I. SOWERBY, Agent Room 7, Malony Block Juneau, Alaska LANUDRY WORK Sanitary Prompt Service IF YOU REALLY WANT YOUR LAUNDRY LAUNDERED SEND IT TO THE ALASKA STEAM LAUNDRY. A L A S K A STEAM LAUNDRY Inc. Phone?15 J. H. K I N G, Mgr. H- l-l-ir I I I i I 1 .i-l.-l-z-l-.t-i-l-t-l. I 1 .|..H H-I-l I I I II I M II I I 1 I I I I I I 1"H I OCCIDENTAL HOTEL AND ANNEX :: Occidental Hotel Co.. J. P. Olds. Mgr., European Plan Headquarters for Mining Men and Commercial Travelers FRONT STREET Opposite Post Office Phone 1*1 !! d ' I 11 I I I I-. H-1 1 I 1 I -I i .i-j.| 1 1 | | | | I II II I 1 I I 11 I 1 1 I 1 I I 1 !? THE EFFECT of your message greatly depends upon the style and quality of your stationery. There is no better stationery made than the Rexall papeteries, Symphony Lawn and other brands, and they cost less than other stationery. Sold only at BRITT'S PHARMACY THE REXALL STORE JUNEAU, ALASKA C. W. YOUNG COMPANY Headquarters For hardware, Mining & Pishing Supplies Lumber and Building Materials * Now is the time to make your home new and attractive b> painting or papering. We have several lines of high grade paints and wall paper at especially low prices. Also up-to-date Furniture and Home Furnishings that will attract you WATER CARNIVAL PROGRAM. DOUGLAS, Feb. 26.?Following 1b the program for the big swimming car 1 nival to take place tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock at the Treadwoll natator ium, under the auspices of the Tread well fire department: 25-yard dash, seniors. 50-yard dash, seniors. 25-yard dash. Juniors. 25-yard breast stroxe, Juniors. 25-yard breast stroke, seniors. 100-yard relay, (4 men), seniors. 100-yard relay (4 men), Juniors. Plunge, for distance. Obstacle race. Spring board dive, for height. Greased pole. Fancy diving. Water polo game. By seuiors is meant men, and Jun > iors. boys of the high school, against 1 other teams. Suitable prizes will be awarded for both first and second places. The Tread well orchestra will furnish the music. ?+? ; THE LYRIC PROGRAM VERY GOOD TONIGHT DOUGLAS, Feb. 25.?The same ex tra good program'will be repeated to night at the Lyric theatre, as follows: "Their Masterpiece," good drama by the American Co. "Baxter's Busy Day," Baxter gets a taste of his own medicine, extremely funny. "The Race," a nerve racking, thrill ing drama, by the Thanhouser. "By Parcels Post." another good comedy. ; Prize night, Friday, save your cou ; pons. 1 TREADWELL BOWLERS DO NOT SHOW FORM ?+?? DOUGLAS, Fob. 25. ? Treadwell bow lore did not show their usual form in the first games of the international telegraphic bowling contest. Their score was 2184. .Monte Snow, 159. j made the high average, and Harry G-a ham, 183, the high score. Monte Snow, Harry Graham, James Stoodv, Charles Thielecke, J. J. Ra tal constitute the team. J. J. Kinkaid j is scorekeeper. ?f? ANOTHER DOUGLAS WEDDING ?+? j DOUGLAS. Feb. 25.?Mr. Ernest F. j Schmidt and Mrs. Loova E. Davidson were married In the parsonage of the Congregational church J yesterday. Rev. Owen Uinstead officiating. Only the needed witnesses were present. ?+? ASH WEDNESDAY SERVICES THIS EVENING ?+? DOUGLAS. Feb. 25.?There will be services this evening in St. Luke's Episcopal church at 8 o'clock, with ser mon by Rev. G. E. ^tenison. Subject, "The Lenten Sensbin'*" JEveryone is cordially weioome. Tircrg- will be a meeting of the mem' $f the church after the service. A .. . 'tendance is urged. Empire advertising pays. DOUGLAS MASONS GREET GRAND LE'CTURER ?+? DOUGLAS, Feb. 25.?Thirty mem bers of the Masonic fraternity of Ju neau, came over last evening to at tend a meeting of the Douglas lodge, and to assist in conferring Masonic degrees upon two Douglas citizens, Grand Lecturer for Alaska Rodger D, Plnneo and Senator H. T. Tripp, Mas ter of the Juneau lodge, accompanied the visitors. The Masons announce that they have joined with Eastern Star and made arrangements for a party tc be held next Tuesday evening in the lodge hall. Masons nnd their wives and lady friends are invited. ?+?? ARRANGEMENTS PROCEED FOR SKATING RACE DOUGLAS, Feb. 25?Despite ru mors that Rohrabaugh, or Juneau, it not in condition and may not appear arrangements are proceeding for the roller skating race scheduled for to night. If Rohrabaugh does not show up, it is said, Van Der Wyer will claim the race has been forfeited nnd ask for the stakes. LAST SOCIAL OF SEASON IS ENJOYED ?? DOUGLAS, Feb. 25?The last social of the season before Lent, given by the Alaska Catholic club, was greatly enjoyed last night by an immense :rowd. Mrs. W. H. McBlain won the prize at cards. Dancing followed the :ard contest, and delicious refresh ments were served. Mrs. E. Arm strong and Mr. E. Mclntyrc furnished he music. i- * DOUGLAS NEWS NOTES | I j. * DOUGLAS, Feb. 25.?The Croation Mandolin club danoe at the Croation lali last night was well attended and .n enjoyable affair. The Mexican mine and store basket lall teams will play at the Treadwell lub next Monday night. If the Mexi an should win It will end the tour inment and give It the championship, f the store team should win, the Mex can team will be compelled to play he machine shop for the champion hip. Mike Koskela won the rifle given way by Hardy and McClanahan last light when he won the shoot-off of the le'for last week. Three men tied with score of 28, Koskela made 25 on the hoot-off. Nine men have tied for the ifle to be given next week with a core of 27. The Douglas high school basketball earn Is training for the game next Saturday, at Juneau. The game will io the seventh of the tournament, and io doubt will be very interesting. Another coal boat is on her way. Ivocal swimmers are practicing hard or the water tournament tomorrow ivening. The Eagles meet tonight and trans act necessary business. They will in itiate a number of candidates. The Douglas high school basketball team had a practice game with the ? Treadwell store team last night. Empire ads for results. For Sale. Lodging house, completely furnished doing an excellent business. Address P. O. box 483. - 2-20-6t Whether you like Havana or domes tic cigars, you can get the kind you like at Burford's. 2-16-tf The Biggest Attraction IN JUNEAU TODAY Greenbaum's Advance Spring Styles IN SUITS, COATS, DRESSES, HATS The Latent Parisenne Models EVERYTHING 1-3 Off Do not miss the opportunity offered you for first selection. Come you are wel come whether you purchase or not. Front St., Next to P. 0. ??".??55 ?"n?? 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 f ONE LOT OF WOOL COLLAR BAND SHIRTS REGULAR $2.50 STYLES YOUR CHOICE, 95 CENTS. THREE DOZEN MALLORY SOFT HATS CRAVENTTED REGULAR $1.00 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. ??_____________ FIRST TERRITORIAL BANK OF ALASKA Douglas, Alaska Every facility for banking. Foreign and domestic ex change. Commercial accounts solicited. Interest allowed on time deposits, i 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-Jcweled Watch, Good Time keeper? ONLY $7.00 PAUL BLOEDHORN Expert Repairing Douglas ' ?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 nishing Goods, Dry Goods, Etc. -CARRIED BY = M. J. O'CONNOR Douglas Mn J A LARGE AND VARIED STOCK OF MEN'S Received rut Prices Watch our window display | SALE MONDAY AT . . . VU,< 1 1 P. H FOX'S - - Douglas, Alaska Are Your Diamonds Properly Set? Bring them to us and have them examined MENDHAM'S""' KJ Established 1897 144 FRONT ST., TELEPHONE 266 - - ? JUNEAU, ALA8KA