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CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.-B.CCoastService
SiUJnff from Juneau for Port Stmpooo, Prlnco BnperV SwanaoK Alert Cay. Vaocourer
Victoria
PRINCESS MAY Thurwhiy Morning, DEC. 17
C. P. R. Ticket office?? Orphoum BIdg and Spfcken's Poatoffioo Store
JOHN T. SPICK1STT. Agoat
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ALASKA 1
STEAMSHIP COMPANY; 5
? ? afity. Service. Speed Tieketa to Seattle, T?cctra. Victoria and Vancouver. Through T
ticket a to San Vrancitcv
:: MARIPOSA. North, Dec. 12; 27. South, Dec. 19; Jan. 3. 4
" ALAMEDA, North, Dec. 19 South, Dec. 11; 26. |
JEFFERSON, North, Dec. 16; 30 South, Dec. 17; 31. I
" WILLIS E NOWELL. Juneau Agt. Elmer E. 8m!th Douglas AgL 1
ni 11111! i: 1111 m 111; m m t i-h-i h h nnn: ;-i n m
HUMBOLDT STEAMSHIP CO.
The Alaska FTyor S. S. HUMBOLDT ] The Alaaka Flyer .
STR. HUMBOLDT will arrive from the South on December 18; and
will sail for the South December 19.?Those desiring to be In Seat
tle for Christmas had better speak to E. W. Pettit for reservation.
DOCKS AT JUNEAU CITY WHARF
PETTIT & HARVEY, Agents Seattle Office
* Office City Hall Block 716 Second Avenue
i| all fOe. I* AU?n Shattuck. - Agent
Northland Steamship to. 2ss=?s=2
1 John Hcnaon. DoasUs Accent
REGULAR FAST SERVICE BETWEEN ^EATTLE iVND JUNEAU
AL-K1, Southbound . . . Dec. 11
FARES TO SEATTLE: nrst Class $19. Second Class $12
I Pacific Alaska Navigation Company |
ALASKA PACIFIC STEAM
SHIP CO. y
Puget Sound ?California Route/.
Seattle-San Francisco, con-. ?;
necting with SJS. Vale and ^
S.S. Harvard for Southern
California Ports.
ALASKA COAST CO.
Puget Sound-Alaska Route,
ifrom Tacoma and Soattle for
Ketchikan. Petersburg, Ju
lcau. Yakutat. Katalla. Cor
dova. Valdez, Ellamar, Port
Wells. LaTouche, Seward,
Cook Inlet points and Kodl&k.
ADMIRAL EVANS, Southbound I? DECEMBER 18
Right reserved to change Balling dates without notice.
Geo. J. McCarthy, Agt. H. R. Shepard & Son, City Ticket Agenta
<11111X11 I-H I I 1 1 I I I 1 I i I I"M I MH-M-M-I : I I I-H-I-M'M i'H
*: The White Pass S lufcon Route ::
:: THE ROUTE OF COMFORT, SPEED, SERVICE, SAFETY ::
? ? Through tickets to and from Dawson. Fairbanks, all Interior Alaska and Yukon River points ? ?
Durinr reason of navigation our fleet of modern, up-to-dato ?teamen will operate regularly "J*
ttio entire i:a{th of Ifuiton River and tributarie??. irivins a sorrier never before equalled. "J"
? ? Our daily train service between Saajtuay and White Home haa been improved by the addition h*
' OF MODERN PARLOR OBSERVATION CARS
which are spiondidiy equipped with comfortabio leather chairs, writirur desks. "card table*.
. , dreealnc rooms, etc.. aifordin? travelers an opportunity to view the famous White Fass . ,
T scenery In ease and comfort. For fait information apply to T.
I! J. E. DEMPSEY. Traffic Manager - SKAGUAY, ALASKA !!
?i-i-t Illlll'.llM 1 l-l-l-l-1 lllllllMMll' 11 1 1 I 1 I I 1 I H-H-l-l1 H*
| For Seattle, Prince Rupert
| Ketchikan, Wrangell and,
| Petersburg. \
t City of Seattle? Dec. 22 >
*> lanu.irv 1st and 11.
For Skagway and Haines f
l City of Seattle, ? Dec. 21 ?
\ Dec. 31; Jan. 10.
I connects nt Skaswny for ?
' Dawscn and aii Yukon f
River points.
? ?
c0nkxct3 at sbattlc t03 v
? SAN FRANCISCO, LOS ANGFLFS, SAN DIEGO and all California Points t
p Throoich ticket* ?U everywhere in United States and Canada %
0 LOW RATES-Lar.;. land dnent pa xwnjfer steamers on P. C.-UNEXCELLED SERVICE X
p for foil particulars apply X
O tL BRANDT. C. .V, V. D.. Scattlk. Wash. S. tL EWING. Asont, Jonbav, Alaska X
$ RIGHTS RESERVED TO CHANGE SCHEDULES J
FINE POULTRY '
Full line frcah and cured rocaU-Covenunent Inspected. fry our Wild Rose Lard
Frye-Bruhn Market
Saward Street |
t H. L. FAULKNER and %
% S. H. MILLWEE, ?
t LAWYERS %
Notary Public ?
?> 2M-SD6 Seward BuQdinsr Juneau. Alaska O
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j A. H. HUMPHERIES
GENERAL TRANSFER
Heavy Hauling a Specialty
Phones?Office 258, Barns 226
Office, Valentine Bldg.
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I 1 1 I I I I 1 I I 1 I II M I 1 1 I M I'M I-:
I The Grotto |[
f Saloon and Liquor Store i
i UVELLE & BROPHY ?
(Proprietor* 5;
Front St t
JUNEAU r
"iniiiiiiiii m i; 11:1111
Try a
Mecca Fizz j
"Smooth as Silk"
Pabst's Bluo Ribbon B??r
On Draught
AT THE MECCA
42 "RONT ST.
CONWAY & SECREST
i h i n ai n i ii n i?m i m >
A B Transfer 1
:: A? oenson & Express ::
Stand at WUI*' Grocery Store ' '
I) Phones ?rt or 3-S-5 ! . I
r > ORDERS - PROMPTLY EXECUTED !
'lllllMHUill ?*?????
JUNEAU FERRY 4 NAV. CO.
Summer Schedule
In Effect June 22, 1914.
Leave Juneau for Douglas, Treadwell
and Thane.
6:00 A. M. 1:00 P. M. 6:30 P. M
S:00 A. M. *3:00 P. M. *8:00 P. M.
?9:00 A. M. *4:00 P. M. 9:30 P. M.
11:00 A. M. 5:00 P. M. 11:00 P. M
Saturday Night Only?12:00 P. M
Trips marked (?) do not call at Thane,
.eave Douglas for Treadwell ana Thane
6:10 A. M. 1:10 P. M. 6:40 P. M.
8:10 A. 35. *3:15 P. M. *8:16 P. :?L
?9:10 A. M. *4:15 P. M. 9:40 P. M.
11:10 A. M. 5:10 P. M. 11:16 P. M.
Saturday Night Only?*12:20 A. M.
Trips markod (?) do not call at Thane.
Leave Thane tor Treadwell, Douglas
3:15 A. M. 1:15 P. M. 6:45 P M.
11:15 A. 11. 9:45 P. 11.
11:15 A.M. 4:20 P.M. 9:45 P.M.
6:1G P. M. 11:20 P. M.
Saturday Night Only?12:20 A. M.
(? Does not call at Treadwell on
return)
Leave Treadwell for Thane
and Juneau.
6:25 A. M. 1:25 P. 3d. 9:65 P. M.
S:25 A. M. 5:25 P. M. 11:30 P. M.
11:25 A. M. 6:55 P. M.
Saturday Night Only?12:30 a. M.
Leave Treadwell for Douglas and Ju
neau.
6:35 A. M. 1:35 P. M. 8:20 P. M.
S:35 A. M. 3:20 P. M. 10:05 P. M.
9:15 A.M. 4:20 P.M. 11:20 P.M.
11:35 A.M. 7:05 P.M.
Saturday Night Only?12:20 A. M.
Leave Douglas for Juneau:
6:40 A. M. 1:40 P. M. 7:10 P. M.
S:40 A M. 3:30 P. M. 8:30 P. M.
9:20 A. M. 4:30 P. M. 10:10 P. M
11:40 A. M. 5:35 P. M. 11:40 P. M.
Saturday Night Only?12:40 A. M.
r*/frmours,
"STAR"
| 1 and BACON.too j
Delicious |j
Break- ; S
fast, ?
Dinner g
or
Sapper j
| "SWEET AS A NOT" g
In a a right guard. Just before tak
ing the Held recently Blondy Wallaco,
a Ponn coach, reminisced of tho trip
to Michigan of tho week before, when
Dorians was tho life of tho party.
Wallaco v.-as discussing tho various
football teams of tho country, uBlng
lotters to designate thorn. "V. P. I. Is
ono of the strongest of tho southern
teams," hotold Mike, "and tomorrow
we play U. of M."
To show that letters did not puzzle
him Dorlzas came back with: "W. and
J. must bo tough. Thoy beat Yale.'
"Yea," replied Wallace, "hut they're
not as tough as 13. V. D. or P. D. Q."
"I don't know them," said Dorizas.
'They must be western teams."
Bring Nebraska West.
University of Nobrnska football au
thorities aro considering tho advisa
bility of accoptlng tho challongc of
tho University of Washington for a
Thanksgiving Day game at Seattle in
1915, with tho stipulation that Wash
ington agree to play a roturn game in
Lincoln In 1916, according to a United
Press dispatch.
Nebraska will be ablo to give no
deflnito reply, however, until after tho
govornlng boards of the Missouri Val
loy Conference take action next month
on tho proposed resumption of Thanks
giving Day football, against which a
rule was put Into effect a few years
ago.
W. &, J. Are Leaders.
Washington and Jefferson loads the
football elevens of the world In the
total numbor of points scoicd during
the season of 1914. The Rod and
Black machine showed an attack for
which there is no defense. Captain
Cruikshank and hl3 men bad a light
line and rollod mainly upon the open
game in the pinches. W. & J. scored
a total of 369 points, while thoir op
ponents have scored an averago of
one touchdown every ten minutes of
play.
The season's record exceeds that of
1912 by twenty-two points. Dart
mouth Is a close second to W. & J.
this year, with a total of 359 points.
This gives W. & J. high honors in
the scoring lino for tho second suc
cessive season, as last yoar's record
was the high mark for all tho teams.
In the fourth quarter W. & J. made
most of their points. In this period
tho Red and Black scored 115 points,
while 9" points wcro scored In tho
second, 90 in tho third and 67 in tho
first
Spiegel carried off individual hon
ors for W. & J. He is the greatest
scoring machine In tho world and
registered a total of 66 points this
season. McBrolght, one of tho prom
ising recrult3 of the Red and Black,
although he did not play through one
entire game, stands second in the
scoring, with eight touchdowns.
What Ty Cobb Thinks.
Thousands of peoplo religiously
hold tho belief that if tho bright spot
light of publicity woro denied him Ty
Cobb would freeze to death. They see
In Tyrus a vain, boastful, elephantine
headed egotist ThoyTo all wrong,
absolutely misinformed.
Off the field Ty Is first a gentleman,
affablo and retiring. He's not tho bel
licose, blatant butcher-beater that he
has been pictured. On tho contrary,
he's what Robert Burns would call a
"discontented ghost, a perturbed
spirit" Ty has a grievance.
Highest Salaried Player.
Cobb, unquestionably the greatest
ball player on earth, the highest sal
aried individual In the rank and filo
of the diamond army, believes he has
been made a martyr to publicity, a
sacrifice offered to Mammon by avari
cious club owners.
At his hotel after a particularly
brilliant performance on the ball field
one evening, Cobb was aked how
much money the "greatest playor in
baseball had appropriated from the
Elysian fields of frenzied baseball."
The subject does not appeal to Ty,
who, however, was anything but loath
to be interviewed.
"I have saved my money, and I
have invested it well/' said Tyros,
"and besides I havo been well paid;
but I will tell you a secret: My mind
is set on quitting baseball in four
moro years, no matter what my ser
vices on tho diamond may command
at the time. I am twenty-soven years
old. and physically fortified, I believe,
to go on as long as Wallace or Lajoie,
But I have sot 1918 a&-the absolute
limit of further participation in base
ball.
"I haven't been treated any too
well. I havo been successful, it is
true, but my feelings too often have
been wounded by undesirable notori
ety. I'll explain.
"I havo been pictured a 'tough'
fighter, a user of 'cold stoel,' so often
that loads of pcopio with whom I'm
not personally acquainted regard mo
almost as a barroom gladiator. That's
putting it rather strong, but it's my
aggravated view of a serious mattor.
Let me give yon come history.
"My career in the big leagues has
beur. fraught; with excitement. I
broke in at the ago of eighteen, with
ah the aggressiveness which a healthy
young boy should have. But i wan lu
baseball ohly a low days boforo I was
forced to fight Eddie SIcvers, a pitcher
because he heaped insults on fflic for
which no man with red corpuscles in
Mb blood could etanci. Sc I whipped
Mm.
"Since that day nothing I have dons
has escaped tho nowo columns. Thoy
oven probed into my private affairs,!
and tilings aro exaggerated and mag*
nified until I'm often aotoal8hcd at
mysolf. Take tho New York episode,
when I wont into tho stand after a
fan. Tho man who would have ignor
ed she Insults offered by that fellow
I don't care to meet. Ho isn't a man.
"But 1 warnod that follow thrco
times"" to stop boforo I wont alter
him. Evory playor on my club waa
with mo, and most of thorn advised
tho courso I pursued. But what did
i get? Tho moat thorough scourging
any player over rccelvod.
"In Detroit one afternoon a butcher
called Mrs. Cobb a liar. What would
you do? Somobody had to opologisc,
and when I forced the apology, a per
sonal affair with mo, J again broke
have been othor incidents, but not one
in which the most mlnuto details have
not been sproad far and wido."
? ?> -> ? 4* ? ?????,'? ? t
? THE BLIGHT OF *
? THE MAIL ORDER v
? ? + ? + * ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
Hans Garbus, a German fanner of
Iowa, has discovered that the bene
fits which appear on tho surfaco as
attaching to tho mail order plan
sometimes spoil disaster and has writ
ten a very Interesting story of his
views in a farm paper. Hero is a
part of hlB Btory:
"Wq larmors need awakening, to
tho fact that wo have, unmistakably
reached tho period whoro wo must
think and plan. I am one of the Blow
German farmors that had to bo shown
and I am now giving my oxporionco
that othors may profit, for knowledge
is more oxpensive now than ten years
ago.
"Twenty-nine years ago I began my
career. I had an old team and $50.
Our furnlturo was mostly homo-mado
?chairs, cupboard and loungo made
from dry goods boxes, neatly covered
with 10-ccnt crotonne by my girl vifo.
Wo rented eighty arcea. Being a boy
of good habits I got all needed ma
chinery and groceries of our homo
merchants on credit, until fall crops
were sold. The llrst year was a wot
season and I did not moke enough
to pay creditors. I went to each on
date of promise and explained condi
tions, paying as much, as possible and
they all carried tho balanco over an
other year. They continued to ac
commodate me nntil I was ablo to buy
a forty-acro piece of my own.
"As soon as I ownod these fow
acres the mall order housos began
sending me catalogues and gradually
I began sending my looso change to
thorn, lotting my accounts stand In
my home town, whoro I had gotten
accommodation when I neoded it,
"Wo then had ono of the thriftiest
littlo villages in tho stato?good line
of business in all tho branches, mer
chants who were willing to help an
honest follow over a bad year, and
a town full of people who came twlco
a week to trade and visit. Our lit
tle country town supported a library,
high school, band, ball team, nnd wo
had big celebrations every year.
"A farm near a llvo town soon
doubles In vnluo. I sold my forty
acres at a big advance and bought
an eighty, gradually adding to It un
til I had 200 acres of tho best land
In Iowa. I then felt no need of asking
favors, and found it easy to-patronize
the mail order agents that came al
most weekly to our door. I regret
to say that 1 was tho first In tho
county to make up a neighborhood
hill and send it to a mall order house.
Though wo got bit every once in a
while; wo got in tho habit of Bending
away for stufT.
"Gradually our merchants lessened
thoir stocks of goods?for lack of
patronage. Finally wo bogan to
realize that when wo needed a bolt
quickly for machinery, or clothing for
sickness or doath, wo had to wall:
and send away for It, which wasn't
so pleasant. Ono by ono our mer
chants moved to placos whoro thoy
were appreciated, and mon of less
energy moved in. Gradually our town
has gono down. Our business houses
aro "tacky" In appcaranco, a numbor
aro empty, our schools, churches and
walks are going down, wo havo no
band, no library, nor ball team. There
Is no business done In tho town, and
thorcforo no taxes to keep things up.
Hotel is closed for lack of travel.
Go down to tho dopot when the freight
pulls in and you will see the sequel
In mall order packages.
"Nine years ago my farm was worth
$195 an acre; today I'd have a hard
matter to sell it at $167 an acre. It
Is too far from a live town?so every
farmer has said that wants to buy.
Ho wants a place near schools and
churches, where his children can have
advantages. I havo awakened to tho
fact that in helping to pull the town
down It has cost mo $5,600 In nin-:
years."
SHOP EARLY?At the Rexall Store.
Xmas is just a few days away and
you will And It more of n'pleasure to
do your shopping now while our stock
Is complete and our clerks not so busy
but what they can show you anything
you might want to see. You will And
the gifts at the REXALL STORE- use
ful and serviceable, so let the "Gift
that Gladden" solve the Xmas prob
lems at BRITT'S PHARMACY?The
Rexall Store. 12-8-tf
FroBh sealshlpt oysters, just arrived,
at GOLDSTEIN'S. tl-SHtt
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ASK STONEY BLIVENS ABOUT
CHRISTMAS FLOWER8.
Stoney Btlven, the Blacksmith, Will
Open HIc Florist Shop In Time
for tho Delivery of Christ
By placing. your ordor NOW with
Winter & Pond, you can depend on
good flowora properly boxed and de
livered at tho appointed time. 14-tf
Loavo your orders for Christmas
fiowoRi ai th? Alaska Furniture Co.,
Soward and Second, phono 162 7-tf.
ADVERTISED LETTERS.
Letters remaining unclanxncJ In the
ami give date of Hot.
and or, John Senaon, Arthur Confer,
Carl Erlcka'ea, Bd. Eriehson, Ludwlg
flth, CharUo Groan, Chas. H. Good
man, Martin Qunaol (c), Charlie Gun
sel, Carl Guatafson, Jus. Or and, II.
Hollxner, Geo. A. Howard (2). Wlllla
HooUb, Jakob Holland, Andrlas Hoi
r.tad, Andrlas, Hopolja, OIo; Heald,
Qco.; Holsoth, Elllng, (c); Hclmann,
A. (4); HondrlckflOn, Ernest; Hanson
Miss Annlo (c); Hondy JI,m; Hansen,
Jan. M.; Karris, kick; waray, j-ior
man; Harrison, T. B.; Hay, Wra. G.;
Harris, Jacob; Hughes, John E. (3);
Hutchloon, A. H.; Hvldoan, Sato, (2);
HoitIb, Vornic, (c); Handson, Miss
Annie; Illch, Gua.; Isacson, Lara; Iv
anclch, Tony; Johnson, Peter; Jones,
Ml as Lillian; John, Idaho; Johnseon,
Emrlc; Johnson, Karl, (2); Judson,
Robt.; Josliu, Mrs, M. L.; Kucban,
Joe; Krsul, Frank; Kovlcb, George.;
(c); Kucan, Andro; Lawson, Erall;
Lawless, H. M., (<); Larscp, Oluf,
(2); Little, Mrs. John; Loo, Mrs. An
nie; Lcs, NcIb, (c); Lottis, Jack W.;
LovaBauor, Louis; Nyborg, Emll; Mor
tcascn, C. M.; Morgon, Mrs. C.; Ma
Jack, Paul; Manning, Peter; Mltamura,
K.; MnrliofT, John; Mattllo, E.; Mar-1
tin, Willlcf; Mnthlson, Dan.; Miller,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W.; Miller Charley;!
Miller, L. W,; Miller, Mrs. Ruth; MJ1
lor, Jim; Maklncn, Kanno; Marguor
lto, B. D.; McCoy, 0. W.; McFadden;
Owony, (2); McAuloy, John; McAl
lister, Rod, (c); McLean, P.; O'Neill,|
Jorimlah; O'Brien, Martin (2); Poro
biclt, Duoan; Poto, Bollo; Peters, Wil
lie; Pottcrson, Androw; Peacock, Al
fred; Pada, Gust, (2); Pago, AL; Polit
Is, Gust, (c); Rova, Will; Rnut, M.
B., (o) ; Rcoso, R. D.; Rheinhart, Sara;
Requa, Chas. L.; Redmond, Geo.; Run
die, Milan; Smith, H. E.; Smith, Geo.
H.; Smith, Geo.; Smith, Helen; Sharp,
Jim, (2); Soplc, WInka; Selgcl, Mrs.
Sao; Sovery, A. .J.; Salsbury, Lillie;
Schneider, Fred; Smith, W. J.; Sand
ors, P. W.; Stokes, P.; Swiss, John;
TyoabB, ; Tom, John, (2); Tbor
und, Hans; Towno, Harry," Tirkilsen,
Ola; Thompson, Mrs.; Thuncs, John;
Taylor, C. L.; Torreson, Tork.; Var
isollas, Vic.; Vucrovlch, Kris.; Vos.,
Gilbert; Vnggo, Michael; Varloman,
Goo.; Vlntuo, C.; Vukokich, S.; White
Paulphia; Whlto, J. C.; Wilson, Robt;
Weir, Thoa.; Wells, H. O.; Wcikcrt,
H. J.; Wagnor, Harry; WalBh, Wm.
J.; Waara, Nanl; Wukovich, Milo;
White, John; Zagaloff, Ban.
Sond your Soattlo friends flowers on
Christmas morning. Wo make tho de
livery. Pltiack, at Alaska Furniture
Co., phono 152. 12-7-tf.
Any girl or woman needing a friend
or a home apply to Miss Maliory, over
tho city hall, Douglas. 12-1-tf.
Simple designs, that can be quickly
embroidered for Xmas gifts. The
Vogue, 317 Soward strcot.
o ? * * * ? +'? + ? ? + ** + +
v C L A 8 8 I F I E D ADV. +
< *<?<- * * 4- t t + ?
WANTED?fQlrl for cook and gener
al housework. Miss Charon, E35 Main
?L ll-2S-tf
FOR RENT ? Nice room at Mrs.
Lynch's boarding house, 318 4th St.,
phono 231. 10-24-tf.
FOR RENT.?Nicely Furnished rooms
142 Front St. Chonoy Building 12-14-6t
FOR RENT ? Two housekeeping
rooms for men, partly furnished, $7.50
oach. Apply Alaska Opt Co. 12-lltf
FOR RENT?Furnished rooms and
apartments, either singlo or on suite
for housekeeping. Apply at offlco, No.
1. Hogan's Flats. Phono 209. 9-23-tf
FOR RENT ? Modern flat, four
roomB and both. I. Goldstein. 11 21 tf
FOR RENT?Largo nicely furnish
ed room. Alaska Steam Laundry. 10-tf
FOR . RENT ? Three-room house
Gastlneau avenuo, L J. Sharlck. 10-3
FOR RENT.?Throo room apart
ments with range and bath. Franklin
Street. Phone 274 Wettrlck. 10-31-lt
FOR SALE?A Natlor.nl cash regis
ter. Inquire 86 St. Ann's avenue, Doug
las. 12-9-tf.,
JAPANESE BOY wants cooking In
small family. Adress "Cook," care
Star Restaurant 12-15-3t.
GIRL WISHES work :n the after
noon, by the hour or day. Enquire
Empire. 12-14-2t.
HOUSE FOR. RENT.?Five rooms
and bath. Partly furnished. Enquire
12S Gold Street. 12-8-tf.
OFFICES?For rent 111 Goldstoin
Bldg. Hot and cold running water In
each office; also steam heat Janitor
and elevator service. ' tf.
SPACE FOR RENT it Brunswick
Building. Apply ChaB.' Goldstein. **'
STEAM HEATED ROOMS. $10.-00
up; with or without board. MIsb Char
on, :>3G Main St Phone ?805. 11-7-tf.
TWO FURNISHED HOUSES to
rent Enquire Mrs, Montgomery Dn
vIb, Cor. 6th and Soward. U.
SHOP EARLY and let the "Gifts
that Gladden" solve tho XmaB prob
lem at Britfa Satisfactory Rexnll
Store. 12-8-tf
Look for Juneau Drug-Co/a Bpccln'
Get your costumes ready for thr
Big Roller Skato Masquerade. ChrlR'
mns nljrht. "Tel L it to evcrbody." ***
Empire want aCa got results.
WVve Got It
Everything in the Sine of Wines, Liquors, Cigars
JUNEAU LIQUOR GO.,Inc.
"The Family Liquor Store"?Phone 94?Free Delivery
Useful Cfirlstmas Gifts
A Glance at Our Windows May
SUGGEST SOMETHING TO TOD
We have a large variety of articles in Electrical
Household Devices, Fancy China, Nickle Plated
Ware, Copper Goods and Aluminum Ware, all of
which make attractive presents for Christmas.
ALASKA SDPP|LY COMPANY
Ttie MIEBANKS?It's Brand New
Rooms $15.00 and up, including heat, light, hot and cold water.
Over Fairbanks Restaurant Mrs. H. H. Warren Propr. Phone 112
f/VCW I^IAMFY B,G SNAP 0N fL0UR TH,S WKK* I
_/nj . Ifll/nLa Book orders for any quantity at |
BEFORE WAR PRICES
SCANDINAVIAN GROCERY Phone 211
Groceries and
Men's Goods
Alaska-G as tineau Mining Go.
THANB, p t * > ALASKA
ORPHEUM HOTEL JohCfrctt
ROOMS ARE THE BEST IN TOWN
Steam Heat. Hot and Cold Water in Each Room. Free Baths.
AT YOUR OWN PRICE
Special for One Week Commencing, Nov. 28
MEN'S SHIRTS AND UNDERWEAR, EXTRA FANCY APPLES,
FRESH VEGETABLES. We also have staple and fancy canned fruits
and vegetables. Call for prices.
J. M. GIOVANETTI Phone 385 524 Calhoun Ave.
? * ? t. r. ? i ? .ji , .1?1?I i I i i I ,1. I. lift
Rate- Kcawnabii V Third and Harris Street. Junta
ii, BERG MANN
Newly built and newly furnlGhed, modern In all respects, steam
heated, electric lighted, hot and cold water In every room; bath on
every floor, Including a shower bath. Sanitary conditions perfect.
Dining room in connection.
Beer 10c
a Glass
Louvre Bar
Free Moving Picture Show* Every
Afternoon and Evening
WILLIAM SCRIBNER, Mngr.
COMFORTABLE WINTER QUARTERS AT THE
OCCIDENTAL HOTEL
Prepare for cold weather by getting a steam heated
room. Best possible rates for permanent room
er during the winter months.
WOOD
: 16-fnch Icngthc, pep cord $7.50
24-Inch lengths, per-cord $7.00
4-Foot lengths, per cord $6.00
Delivered to any part of tho city.
Piling', electtic light and telephone
polos, bought and sold.
ED. KANE
P. O. Box S71. Phono 2052.
DRESSMAKING, plain or fancy Bow
ing. Reasonable rates for children's
ciewlng. Mrs. Phlnn, Aloxnnder Apt?,.
phono 228. Imo, 10-26.
G. K. GILBERT
PLUMBING and
SHEET METAL WORKS
121 Front St Phono S53 |
I
A. EIKLAND \<)
CARPENTER and
CABINET MAKER
. flFlrst class work at reasonable
rates ? General repairing ?
special furniture.. Estimates
Free. ? - ? 'Phone 254 N

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