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The Alaska daily empire. [volume] (Juneau, Alaska) 1912-1926, January 01, 1915, DEVELOPMENT NUMBER, 1915, FOURTH SECTION, Image 31

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8EASON. From left to right: Top row?Postte, end; Sterling, tackle; Baylesa, G., (Captain), fullback;
Van Valkenburgh, center; Perkins, left halfback; Thomson, right halfback; Jameson, quarterback; Bayless,
J., tackle; Healy, end. Middle row, White, substitute; Carlson, end; Shattuck, guard. Bottom row, Cropley.
Casey, Booth, Harris, MacKinnon and Remick, substitutes.
Athletics on Gastlneau Channel
(Continued from Page 30)
pany's eleven, coached by George !>.
Swarva. former University of Wash
ington crack player and Thomas G.
Mac Donald, for three years a tower
of strength in football in Seattle and
at the "U," and the Juneau High
8chool team, organized and coached
by Mr. Perkins.
Four games were played. The
High School team were twice defeated
by the Treadwell team, in practice
contests and the Alaska Gastineau
team won the championship from their
Treadwell rivals, beating them the
first game 21 to 0. and playing a great
tie battle on Thanksgiving Day, 7 to
7. In Juneau the sport was boosted
by the late James Hay Whipple, him
| self a football lion while in school in
the California University at Berkeley,
Bart L. Thane, quarterback for the fa
! mous *99 eleven at Berkeley, and oth
: ers identified with the game in years
I gone by. At Treadwell Supt. Robert j
j A. Kinzie and Assistant Supt. K. P. I
Kennedy, formerly California football
men, took an active interest in the |
; game, and when the season was over ,
plans were made for a more extensive |
schedule in the following year.
In 1914 the Alaska (lastineau Min
ing Company decided not to go in for i
football, owing to the change in the
j company's development program,
t from construction to operation. Ev
ery man who would have played foot
I ball was needed at his work. In spite
of this condition a team was organized
I In Juneau by B. B. Brewster, and was
composed almost entirely of young
men from the city. Treadwell went!
into football with determination, the j
Islanders were whipped into shape by
Coach McDonald and the result was a ;
trouncing for the Juneau boys 75 to 0.
MacDonald's Coming Helped.
Over at Treadwell one man is doing.
more for atheltics in Gastiueau Chan
nel. perhaps, than any other. He is
"Tom" MacDonald. and. of course, on
the Pacific Coast there is only one of
that name and fame.
"Tom" MacDonald has revolution
ized athletics since be became ath- j
letic director at Treadwell. and today
while he is not crushing rock in the'
big reduction plant at the big mine he i
is planning to organize the channel j
cities into an alliance to keep all
sports to the fore, all the time.
What MacDonald needs >s the!
hearty support of every sport-loving
individual on ti.e channel, and then ;
the perfection of athletics will be ob- j
tained here.
source of worry. Mr. Gilbert is will
ing to stand back of any job he
does, staking his reputation upon the
correctness of his methods and the
quality of his materials. He is a
plumber of thorough experience and
training in hi* profession?knowing
how to plan and how to execute.
There is no job too large for Mr. Gil
bert to undertake and carry out suc
cessfully; no job too small for him j
to give it careful attention and the ]
best of workmanship.
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The "Rolyat"
Among Juneau's most progressive'
retail stores is the ice cream and
candy parlor knows as the "ROI
YAT." This business was started
about six years ago by \V. \V. Taylor, j
a candy maker of thirty-five years' ex
perience, and, in his profession, sec- j
ond to none in the Territory. Mr.
Taylor specialized in Victoria Choco
lates and high grade bonbons, but in
addition to these lines he makes a
large variety of taffies, wafers, brit
tles, caramels, etc., covering the en
tire line of popular confections.
The appointments of the "ROI.r
YAT" are strictly up to date, and
the place is fitted with a modern so
da fountain and boxes for the use of
its: customers. This store is without
question is the best of its kind in Al
aska. There have been many in
stances when tourists have purchased
confections while passing through the
city and then have sent in repeat or
ders by mail. One order of this sort
was recently received from llollis.
New Hampshire for several pounds of
"ROI/YAT" sweets.
G. K. Gilbert Sheet Metal Works
Good plumbing is just as important worst, only allow the inmates to get
in building as a good roof, frequent- wet during the storms while poor
ly more so,'as your roof will, at the plumbing is a constant menace and a
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!| : "ROLYAT" |
Victoria Chocolates
Bon Bons
Brick Ice Cream
!: Sherberts
Made by the
Taylor Candy Go.
I Purveyor to "Her Jllaska Majesty, the
Later of Good Sweets "
5 .
Juneau's Largest and
Best Cigar Factory
The very best
grades of im
ported and do
mestic tobacco
used in the man
ufacture of the
Kabler and
^ ? Juneau Music House ? ^
June?.?J b*? imo?ig h*?r business j
houses the only purely music store in
Alaska. This is the Juneau Music
House, owned by Klmer K. Smith, of
Douglas, and managed by J. P. n. j
Craves, of this city. The Juneau store
is a branch of the Douglas house, but
deals only in music and things con-|
nected with music.
Mr. Craves came to Juneau in De
cember of 1913. to take charge of the
store and in February of 1914 brought
his family here to make Juneau their
home. Previous to coming to Juneau
Mr. Craves had for years been asso
ciated with the Filers Mus'c House
in Seattle. The Juneau store carries
a stock which ranks the establish
: ment easily on a par with any house
j of the sort in the large cities below. I
[ Every variety of first class piano is
to be found in stock, including the
well known Chickering. Filer's. Chase
and Hakerv, Bush and I*ane, Knight ,
Brinkerhoff. Weser Bros., etc. In
stringed instruments are to be found
there the famous Cibson. Stewart and
Washburn makes of various types.
Perhaps the greatest drawing card
of the store is the unusually fine line
of phonographs and phonograph rec
ords which covers practically the
world's output. Mr. Graves makes it
a point to have always in stock as
many records as possible of the lead-'
ing performers throughout the world
of music. Kdison. Columbia, and Vic
trola machines and records are ready
for the customer's choice every day in
the year, and every night in the year
as late as ten o'clock. The slogan of j
the store is "Serve all the people with
courtesy." and Mr. Graves, and Miss
Graves, who assists him. certainly live i
up to their slogan.
In short, everything that the music
lover wants is to be found at the
Juneau Music House, and the wide
range and variety of the stock, to
gether with the prompt and courteous
attention given all comers have made
the store one of the most popular es
tablishments in the city, in fact in
? ^ Juneau Hardware Company ^ ^
(Everything from iron plate to the i
very highest grade of ilaviland China (
is included in the crockery stock of
tlie Juneau Hardware Company, the
store which carries the largest stock
of crockery in the Territory, in Sep- j
temher of 1913 S. J. Frieman and Wil
liam Albertson took over the ntan
agement of the store "all their own." ;
after spending several years in the |
employ of the C. W. Young Com
pany of this city. Mr. Frieman has I
heen in Alaska seventeen years ami \
Mr. Albertson eight years and they ;
had an opportunity to know the spec
ial needs of both builders and the,
casual customer in this district.
The Juneau Hardware Company t
carries everything required by the Al
aska Huilder, and is a very popular
base of supplies with the Juneau con
tractors. The firm does no plumbing
but lias on hand at all times a com
plete stock of plumbers supplies. The
famous Ohio range lias made tho
store a favorite buying place for Ju
neau's housewives, who find there al
so a wide variety of electrical uten
sils and kitchen helpers.
Sporting goods, firearms, and am
munition of all varieties, and a fine
assortment of accessories dear to the
hunter make "No 140 Front Street a ;
popular rendezvous of the campers j,
and woodsmen of Juneau and nearby (
The Alaska Grill
The Alaska Grill is noted for two
things?its cuisine and its compan
ionship. For many years, in fact ev
er since Mine Host Radonich convert
ed it from a smoke-filled waffle kitch
en to one of the best restaurants in
Alaska, the Grill has been a real in
stitution in Juneau. Here meet the
workers, the businessmen and the
fans; they all belong to the big grill
family, and in the famous beefsteak
?arret overhead, many of the capital
city's banquets to notable visitors
, have been held.
The suecess of the Crill has been
due to' the popularity of its com
Mr. Itadonich is prominent in the
Commercial Club boosters, and is
I classified in the Who's Who in Ju
neau as a real live citizen.
He is a member of the Kagles and
i the Arctic Hrotherhood and every
! year has the management of the Ju
neau baseball team wished on him.
? ? ?
The Umpire has the largest circu
lation in Alaska. If you want to
reach Alaska readers, advertise in it.
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Burford's Corner: Billiards and Cigars
"Burford's Corner" has u double
meaning. First, it signifies the bus- i
iest corner, for business, trade and
traffic in Juneau. Second, it is the
home of the largest billiard hall and
sports headquarters in the city. It is
conducted by (leorgo C. Ilurford and
Will Ilurford, and is ono of the bus
iest establishments in Juneau.
"Burford's" has the finest stock
of tobaccos, cigars, cigarettes and
smoker's sundries in the city. Its
tables aro kept in fine condition, and
tho click of the ivories, which begins
with the morning, may be heard un
til midnight daily. The resort also
serves as an oppointment place, ow
ing to its central location. It has a
blackboard where the arrival and de
parturo of steamers are chronicled
and, Its bulletin service during elec
tion time, or while other interesting
nows is on the wires, has been faith
fully kept up. In short, Ilurford's
Is a place of an amusement where
its managers, by keeping in touch
with events, have created a real In
formation bureau.
Under the new management of the
Schonacker Bros., who recently have
taken oter the Taylor Candy Com
yany, the "HOLY AT" bids fair to be
como famous throughout tho Terri
tory at well as among the tourists
who throng the city during the sum-i
mer seasons. |
? The San Francisco ?
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