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Selling My Entire Stock
? At Cost
Groceries and Men's Goods
rl Rubber Boots and Shoes
ill; JAMES McKAN'NA I
if LOWER FRANKLIN ST. PHONE 5 5 -I
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13 Day s of Bargains
Ripo Olives in Oil 15c bottle
Imported Mushrooms 20c can
Sliver Flake Pan Cako
Flour 25c Pkg.
Largo Bottle Fancy Houoy....30c
Four Lbs. Jap Rico ...25c
Ten Lbs. Corn Meal : 30c
Eight Lbs. Fancy Onions 25c
Extra Fancy Potatoes, 105
Lbs. per sack. ...51.65
One Box H. & G. Cocoa... 15c
Fancy Toilet Soap 20c box
Grape Fruite 3 for 25c
Extra Fancy Doll Monte
Can Pears, Peaches,
Pineapples and Apprl
cots, per can 20c
Extra Flno Tablo Fruit
(GaL cans) Pears. Ap
ples, Peachos. Plums Ap
prlcots, etci 35c gaL 3 for $1.00
Lemons 25c doz.
Bananas 30c doz.
Jap Oranges ........ ...... 15c doz.
Celery....... 10c bunch
Apples 20c doz. d
Sweet Oranges..20c, 30c, 40c doz.
I I Will Absolutely GUARANTEE the
I f? Above Items as VERY FANCY ??
Reliable Cast Grocery
= "YYe Always Sell at Honest Prices" =
k N. S. Bean, Proprietor PHONE 290
ISOLD ON 55 YEARS RECORD
STTIES, SIZES AND PRICES TO SUIT ALL
THE MAN WHO j
rS BIG ENOUGH
to profit by experience gets on
By buying a "cheap" stove
or range you make a mistake. R
By buying a Charter Oak, you 3
do not make, a mistake, you ;j
save fuel, trouble and money j]
in the end. > .
?j Profit by the experience of those who have used Charter Oak
3 Stoves and Ranges. K
For Sale by THE JUNEAU FURNITURE COMPANY
"Ttie Home FarnUhcn" Cor. 3rd and Seward St*.
Pianos and Piano Players
EDISON DIMOND DISC | COLUMBIA TALKING
PHONOGRAPHS I MACHINES
15,000 Records for All Machines. Sheet Mosic, Small Musical Instarmonts
JUNEAU MUSIC HOUSE !
J P. L. GRAVES, Mgr.
REXALL ORUG STORE FRONT STREET DRUG STORE
Douglaa, Alaska. Douglas, Alaska.
ELMER E. SMITH, Prop
To an uutUoncc that occupied every
I- inch of seating space, Beverly B.
I* Dobba, Nomo sourdough' moving pic
ture than. last nlgbt presented "A'top
?: pheiiw theatre. It waa the second
C' time thai the fumous pictures, which
C in Alaska. Nomo was. the first, and
L The pictures will be repeated to
!? night and tomorrow at a.matinee per
il formance. Monday and Tuesday night
'? tho moving pictures taken by W. A.
C Hesse, and dealing of subjects and
!- scenes lit Southeastern and South
? as the pictures ho showed last nlgbt.
f Local Color Used.
The opening dcllghto of tho Dobba
? pictures show bralllng flGh traps at
- Funter Bay, at trip ovor the White
"[Pass railroad, a gllmpso of "Child's
I Glacier aud the Coppor River railroad
As rapidly as the kalcldoscopo can
travel, tho audience was carried away
to the Far North, where the famous
Nomo dog sweepstakes, an exciting
polar bear hunt, the crulso of the
schooner Helen Johnston to the Si
berian coast and through the ice
floes, the slaujftftor of walrus by nn
tlvo Eskimos, and tho magnificent
scenery of the great Northern coast
were shown ono after the other, with
the vivid description of the camera.
Mr. Dobbs lectured as tho pictures
i were shown, and this was one of tho
; most Interesting parts of the chtor
In the first reel was reproduced a
i letter, written by Dr. Alfred H. Brooks
of the geological survoy. endorsing,
, the pictures "us the best I have ever
Reel No. 6, showing the gigantic
walrus In Ills native haunts, was pro
; nounced one of the best parts of the
i pictures. It showed the mother wal
rus diving with her pup under her fin,
a performance that Mr. Dobbs declared
ho tried for four years to reproduce In
film, finally being successful.
A trip down tho Yukon river ex
cited great interest, as well as the
picture or tho' mining Industry In the
Nome district, showing all phases of
Among the persons recognized In
the films were William A. Gilmore,
former Mayor of Nome, who was
shown on the Nome beach watching
the first boat arrive at tho Boring
camp in tho Spring: Jafet Llndoberg.
tho millionaire bnnkor, who flrst dis
covered gold on Anvil creek, and Lieu
tenant West of Fort Davis, who lost
his life in a great blizzard.
! ATTEMPT TO BURN WHITE
PASS DEPOT AT SKAGWAY
An attempt was made to burn the
White Pass depot at Skagway early
last Monday morning. Oil-soaked rags
' were set on fire, and tho incipient
blaze was discovered In tho niche of
time and by accident. The discovery ,
i was made at 12:30 o'clock in the morn-!
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MRS. YOUNG BURIED AT v
WHITEHALL, NEW YORK h
Tho late Fannlo Kollcgg Young, wife! tl
of Dr. S. Hall Young, was buried atjg
Whitehall, Now York, early this week. t<
according to a letter received yestcr- ol
day from Dr. Young by Rev. David r
Waggoner, of this city. Sho died Jan- tl
uary 13, and Dr. Young wrote that ho p
would take the body to Whitehall for G
j interrment and ho back in New York tl
City Jan. 22. n
Mrs. Young, as Miss Fannie Kellogg, tl
was ono of the first Presbyterian mis- b
slonarics to como to Alaska, arriving a
at Sitka In the late '70s, where she be- si
caino a teacher In tho Native schools.
Within a short time after her arrival
in Alaska she was wed to Rov. S.
Hall Young, then a young missionary
minister, who had arrived hero from
Ohio in 1S7S. They resided at Wran- tl
; gell for many years, Dr. Young being t1
at tho head of the Presbyterian mis- D
slonary work in Alaska. Later, they | R
went back to Ohio, whore Dr. Young ti
devoted several years to educational
work. A dozen years ago they re
turned to Alaska, and resided at Skag
way, later going to Fairbanks, Nome, ?>
Idltarod and Cordova in turn. A ...
few years ago Dr. Young was assign- +
ed to board work in Now York, and
he and his wife resided in that city D
until the death of Mrs. Young.
They had two daughters, who sur
vive the mother. Tho eldest was mar
ried in tho East before Dr. and Mrs.
Young%came to Alaska the second *
time, and resides at Ithaca, N. Y. Tho w
second daughter, Miss Alaska Young, ....
was married at Nome to Capt. F. E? q
Empiro ado work all the time. li
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tho .stoatnship Delhi, in Sumner Stral
vessel was Insured for about uvi
atato that when tho Dolhl struck, he
engines kept running until tho roc
camo through to tho engine bed, craBl
lng through tho timbers and jnmmin
tho piston rods. Tho engineers the
abandoned their posts, as the wait
was pouring into tho vessel."
paratus and the members or the crc
declared the arrival of the atcamshi
Alameda was extremely fortunate fc
ALASKA CURIOS TO BE
SOLD DURING FAI]
W. y. Case, one of tho pioneer cu
io dealers of Southeastern Alaska, o:
poets to leavo soon fo>- a business via
nionts for establishing a curio shop 1
the exposition city dut'ng tho fair. Th
shop will not be on tho expositio
grounds, owing to the d'fficulty in si
curing concessions. Mr. Case e:
poets to sccuro a location on Mark<
Street, probably at Van Ness, one <
tho main gatoways to the fair ground:
BE A PRODUCE]
Harry H. Williams came In froi
Limestone Inlet yesterday, whoro h
has chnrgo of the development of tlu
property, which recently was acqui
cd by B. L. Thane and associates.
According to tho men who aro bacl
Ing this venture, Limestone In tlm
will becoum a producer, but tho or
bodies In that district aro said nc
to warrant mining on an onormou
scale, such Is tho basis of the dove
npment of the Juneau lode. Tho or
values are declared to hold up well.
The Skagway city council has Jotr
;d In the Invitation to Presldont Wood
?ow Wilson to visit Alaska during hi
iVeatern tour of tho United States.
Commenting upon the Invitation tin
Jkagwny Alaskan says:
"The action of the town council las
dght In adopting unanimously a reso
ution extending an Invitation to Pros
dent Wood row Wilson to visit Skag
ray during his contemplated tour o
he Pacific Coast States next March
.as a commendable action looked ai
rom any point of view and will con
Inco Mr. Wilson, even though ho full:
o accept, that the pooplo of this pari
f Alaska are loyal Amorlcan citizen!
nd fully appreciative of his efforts ir
heir behalf to advance the materia
interests and hasten tho dovelopcmnl
f this great domnin.
"Wo believe that every town In the
?hole -of Alaska will heartily join ir
ho movomont Inaugurated In Juncai
few nights ago and adopted by Skag
ray last night, and that even in tht
emote arid Inaccessible districts,
,'hcre it is utterly out of the questior
e should visit at that tlmo over
hough he accepted the Invitation ol
he tbwns on tho southorn coast, the
lad hand of welcome will be extended
> him across the lmpassablo barrier!
f glucinl crovasBc, snow-clad ?ountair
nnge and over the broad bosom ol
ho Pacific into that land of almosi
erennlal sunshine whero tho Golden
ato will ue thrown wide to the nu
ons of the earth to?oxhibit to the ad<
liration and plaudits of mankind all
ant Is best, most usoful and most
cautiful in arts and sclonco as well
s in commercial and industrial pur
AT THE RINK.
Tuesday night, at the Juneau Rink,
tere will be a relay roller raco be
,veen Davidson and Wahlberg, of
oughts on one side and Burford and
Ichardson, on the other. Tho di$
inco will bo 125 laps. l-23-3t.
-j. .j. ^ 4. .> 4. <.
AMONG THE THEATRES. *
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OBBS PICTURES AND
LECTURE HERE TONIGHT
Beverley B. Dobbs with tho great
it Alaska moving pictures that were
rer presented to an audience any
hero, and his interesting lecture,
l* Top of the World." will bo at the
rpheum theatre tonight These pic
rcs and Mr. Dobbs' lecture havo pro
ded tho entcrtalnmont for long en
tgemonts In leading theatres, of all
big cities of the country, and have
lallenged tho onthusiasm of dramat
critics from Now England to tho
>uth and the Atlantic to tho Pacific.
In addition to tho portraynl of wal
s and polar bear hunting in tho Arc-i
:, mining in the placer and lode dis
lets, transportation in all its phas-i
from the dogtcara and reindeer:
inns to the railroads and Yukon rlv
packcts, there will be shown ex
llcnt pictures of tho Nome dog races
d Eskimo reindeer races. These!
f' l' l' !? 1* l'l: H*l' l" l"l'
I and a hundred more equally Interest
- ing subpccts that constitute an un*
; paralleled epitome of life and customs
t iu the great snow country of Alaska
) i and Siberia.
i There will also bo shown views of
I (growing crops, and their harvesting;
L1 the grandour of the glacial and moun
tain sections will be presented and
j. with It the beatiful landscapes of the
i, fertile valleys.
i Dr. Alfred Brooks has said of the
Dobbs pictures that "they far excel In
sjlntcrost anything I have ever soon,"
, j and Hudson Maxim, tho inventor, re
i! fers to iMr. Dobbs as "the man who
i i has pictured tho holl-heavon of the
': Arctlo zone.
Mr. Dobbs will be at tho Orphoum
[ for two nights only?tonight and to
i morrow night
? SUNDAY NIGHT?ORPHEUM?
HOUSE OF GOOD SHOWS
The World before your eyes, witi; all
Our new mirror screen and tho Or
, pheum pictures aro tho very latest in
the motion picture business.
Sunday night prices, 10c and 2Gc.
Perils of Pauline, Wednesday and
Thursday. Jan. LI and 28, *' ?
INTERESTING THINGS AT
? GRAND THEATRE TONIGHTj
Capt. Billings' Fate?2-rcel 101 Bjfj
son feature, depleting a long Bca voy
age, and every part will hold you i
with the strongost Interest.
Maya?Just an Indian?Usual strong'
Indian picturo by the Universal.
Man's Duty?Military drama by the
Thou Shalt Not Rubber?A funny
Imp comedy with tho comedian,
Romomber "ZIngo, with tho White
i Elephant," three-reel Warner's fea
ture, a screaming farce from start to |
finish, tho rcmrakable adventures of j
a funny man, for Sunday and Monday, j
ZINGO AND THE
ZIngo?Second Series of the Strangest
Characters That Ever Appeared
Upon the Screen, at Grand
Zingoo goes to ABin and has the most
thrilling adventures of his cnrcer. Ho
has the audacity to enter tho royal
harem of tho King of Slam. Ho at
j tackB tho imperial barge of ChokufT
and HtealB tho sacred white elephant.
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Leave tho Btory to Zlngo?the crafty,
merry, fearless leader; he always goos
his captors just one bettor.
Kls hairbreadth escapes wilT keep
your nerves on edge one minute and
the next minute he has you screaming
with his funny antics.
Tho management of the Grand thea
tre has secured a series of pictures of
four chapters of "Zlngo," Over eight
hundred people visited tho Grand thea
tre last Sunday and Monday to see
"Zingo, tho Son of the Sea." It was
tho talk of the town.
Wo will run another chapter, 2nd se
ries Sunday and Monday. Tho title!
la "Zlngo with the Whito Elephants.":
This picturo was taken In South Af
rica, whero all tho animals are, with
a practical camera man.
The. market today in tho States be
tween the men that are producing the I
pictures are releasing over 1000 reels!
of flltns or over one million feet of;
films a week. So you see If the peo-j
plo of Juneau see all tho films manu-:
fncturod, Juneau would have to In ;
i crease to four million people to see all ;
tho pictures the States produce.
But tho management of the Grand is j
14 years In tho business, nnd keeps
track of all thO pictures that nro pro-1
ducod In the States, and knows which
arc good or bad, and could lay his:
hands on any subject ho chooses.
Watch for big Universal features, with i
Warren Kerrigan, Paulino Bush, and:
others, and still more, look for the an
nouncement of the best Univorsalj
comedies by Ford Sterling, and Jok
ers!?tickles tho world. **? I
Send your cnlldren to Miss Gulick's
dancing class on Saturday morning,
younger ones at 10 a. ra? old er onos
at 11 a. m. Second series just com
E HAVE IT?Butler, Mauro Drup
OG Front St., phono 134, tree do
Start tho day right with a H
I BARGAIN DAT!
['J ARTICLES MENTIONED IN THIS SPACE i:;
II | ARE FAR BELOW COST | |
:: | MEN'S SHOES?Black and Tan, lace
[j III and button. From the best makers,
::;i; $5.00, $6.00 and $7.00 shoes, bro
r- !!I ken sizes and lots?
n !!a MEN'S 35c and 50c Cashmere Hose,
'!? I.'.T good weight, fancy and plain?
J SALE PRICE Of c A
it || 20c a pair or 3 lOr DUC
r: ODD LOT of Rain Coats, sizes 34 to
ioor choice of ?rn nn
n These Coats for
r- FOUR-IN-HAND Silk Ties that sell
regularly at 50c apiece?
e ?;;; lODR CHOICE of these AC"
0 ? * T Very Fine Ties, Each
i- MEN'S Soft Hats, all styles and col
0 ors, broken lines, $3.00 and $3.50
L ? ? hats?
HAVE A LOOK. An AA
^ . Excelcnt Bargain at 31?UU
: YOUR choice of any of these odd ;
coats and vests, sizes from 34 to 37
YOUR CHOICE O AA
COAT AND VEST M.Ulj'
LADIES' SHOES?A few button,
mostly lace with welts and turned
soles; shoes worth three times the
price asked, Broken lots and sizes,
while they last? ????
YOUR CHOICE of ffi ca It
These ?ine Shoes. Pair at J3I?cJv
A FINE, large lot of shirts, cuff at- !!;;
taclied and detached fancy patterns !!;;
and plain; mighty good values? J,;;
$1,50 and $2.00 values?
YOUR CHOICE at ff | M Ta
a Great Saving, Each I3X*wv ;?
THAT for qualities and quantities in- ; ;? ?
volved and for extraordinary low- ;;j
ness of prices has never been sur- ;;;;
passed in the history of this store. !!;;
All bargains in overcoats and rain
coats at? II;;
3Ss per cent Off
? B. M. Behrends Co., Inc. 1
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M-H-KH-M-K-i-H-I-H-H I-M H-I-M
YOU CAN DEFY WINTRY WIND8?
If you will use a healing, soothing lo
tion which wo have prepared especial- *
ly for the protection of delicate skins.
The name of the preparation. Is Benzo
Witch Hazel Cream?In 26c and 60r
The Reliable Rexall Store.
Saturday night, at 8:30, Burford,
one of the Juneau relay team, will
skate an exhibition raco with Van
De Weyer, the Alaska champion, who
is training him for the raco on the
WHY HAVE A COLD?
J. D. C. COLD TABLETS will do the
work. 25 cents a box. Only at the
JUNEAU DRUG CO., Opposite Alas
kan Hotel. Phone 2-5-0. 1-18-tf.
BAGGAGE AND GENERAL HAULING
A. H. HUMPHERIES ]>|p??onps* 0FFICE 253
VALENTINE BUILDING ? .eipnOiigS. BARN 226
ALASKA MEAT COMPANY John Reck. MgjTj
r;WholeSlc and Retail Butchers
Manufacturers of all Kinds of Sausages Our Hams and Bacon Are
I I ALASKAN HO TEL 111
| WINTER RATES
THE ALASKAN HOTEL will quote winter rates for permanent room- | 11 ?
8 i ers, warm, well lighted rooms, with or without private bath, from Oct. 1 Ml
to April if at reasonable rates. p ? P See Management for Prices f j j|
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