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ALICE COX REMOVED
TO EASTERN PRISON day she will; carry to Seattle, Alice Cox, a native Indian woman, convicted two weeks ago of tho murder of "Red" Baker. She was sentenced to 15 years In the Iainslng, Kansas, penitentiary by Judge R. W. Jennings, this being the lightest sentence he could lm poso under the verdict of the Jury. Alice Cox killed Baker "about six months ago at Auk bay as he was in the act of taking some groceries out of the gas boat in which they, togeth er with an Indian boy, had come from Juneau. The motive for the shooting was ono of revenge for having suffer ed wrong at Baker's hands. The United States government has an arrangement with the State of Kan sas to care for federal female prison ers at Its State penitentiary at Lans ing. the prison at McNeil's Island hav ing some time ago been pronounced an unfit place for women by the feder al authorities. U. S. Marshal H. A. Bishop and Mrs. Bishop will make the trip to Lansing with tho Cox woman. LEAVING FOR ASYLUM. Among those ?leaving on the Alame da today are Mrs. J. G." Row? and Paul W. Stolz, husband of Mrs. Wan da Stolz, who are accompanying the latter to the Mornlngside sanitarium at Portland, Oregon, where she will be treated, for mental derangment. Herbert Kvlsou. a Seattle newspa perman, will return South on the Al ameda. Wfri'iKiTMUHIl SIS MM 111J NU BONE Mr?-T. .N??I!ud CORSETSI Or Ptioac 291 lor Appoi laitaii PIANO TUNER GEORGE ANDERSON' ?The only expert piano tuner In Alaska. Fac tory representative for high grade pianos.?Phone 143. Address P.O. Box 991. Juneau We Continac to Buy and Sell FURNITURE ?t the Old Star..! the Universal RepairShop 231 FRANKLIN STREET. PHONE 121 Concrete Chimney Blocks! Doable-Lock- Fire-Proof- OltnVer- Co-.-rete Chironey. (NOTCINDER OR COKE." o(-_ 12x11 In. Flue 6x8 in. aa*"l*xUin. 8x8 in. Concrete Produc's Mfg. Co. Next to Cole's Express. The new Spring and Summer styles are now -ready. You are m-d'ally invited to call and In spect them. F. WOLLAND Telephone 66. | Second Hand Furniture that looks like new | ' | at second hand prices. : : : : | ; | WE BUY SELL OR EXCHANGE I \ t GENERAL REPAIR WORK t < V | 1 I ALASKA FURNITURE COMPANY 1j Z Second 8 Seward Sts. J. H. CANN Telephone 152 1 | One Thousand Barrels of High Patent Flour f I Carloads best brands of Milk?Prices Right?Low expenses make ! i p p p p |f?HONE2iK^opKciTYDociKScandina^v ian ixrocerj ^ FINE .POULTRY "ESS* \ Pull tin* fresh and cured meat*?Government Inspected. Try our Wild Rose Lar \ Frye-Bruhn Market . 1 111?? t SPECIAL SALE ON DRY GOODS. UNDERWEAR AND SHIRTS Vz OF? Also Fine Price on Butter and Eggs . ? I J. M. GIOVANETTI PW 385 JUNEAU. ALASKA ? a. ; Groceries and \ Men's Goods i i' i Aiaska-Gastineau Mining Go. THANE, / f t / ALASKA 5 ... a ?i-r i-i n 111 n i ;m ! : 11 iii : 111; m 111111111 n 111 n 11 n ? u " Bay the BEST Lamps at the RIGHT Price f! ?' - -? 0 !! We are now able to tell "Mazda" Lamp3 at the following prices: .. !! 1 40 WATT LAMPS 23c J t\ t 60 WATT LAMPS 40c ;; 01 | 100 WATT LAMPS 65c ~ I Alaska Electric Light and Power Co. f g T?i 111 n i 1111 n 1111111111111111in1111ii11 jm11m ii-i- & HANDSOME CUP TO BE SHOT TOR On .March 14th at 10 a. in. tho Ju neau gun club will hohi n Fred Gilbert one hundred bird shoot for n silver cup. which trophy Is boing presented by the DuPont Powder company through their* local manager. R. E. Murphy. Fred Gilbert for the past twenty years has been one of the icccunl-td shotgun experts of the world, and for six consecutive years was the champion.of the world. His recognition became so prominent that they havi what Is now known aU over America as the Fred Gilbert shoot, which is to commemorate his 20th anniversary In the trapshootlng sport. Tho contests for this cup are shot from March 13th to 20th, both dates inclu sive. Every recognized gun club is ! presented with one of these cups and ;t is presented to the highest contes tant. The regular trapshootlng rules will govern this contest, and Flold Captain M. H. Truesdell will have full charge of rules. Tho presldont of the ! gun club appointed three of its mom uers as a handicap committee to han dicap tho members. Following is a )ist of the members and their added bird handicap: C. W; Carter 10 J. C. McBrlde 13 H. I. Lucas 22 Trevor Davis IS A. D. Austin 18 Wm. Dickinson 15 Tom Banbury 13 P. L. Gemmett 10 Patton - 10 J. Long 9 J. H. King 10 F. D. Smith . .......... IS A. C. Carrigan 11 Martin Lynch .... 7 M. H. Truesdell ....Scratch A. T. Spatz 10 H. J. Fisher 10 H. Shattuck IS Wm. Albertson IS W. W. Waldron ....Scratch Eugene Rowe 7 Harry Bishop .... 6 B. L. Thane IS. Milton Winn 19 P. W. Cleary 15 Chas. Goldstein 20 Alvin Goldstein 20 Marion Goldstein 20 Sumner S. Smith IS Chas. Hensel ? 10 R. E. Murphy 18 T. F. Babcock S - B. B. Nieding IS F. Gibson ........ S Wm. Fry ? 13 THE "FASHION" TO MOVE NEXT WEEK ????? The Fashion store will move from the Heid to the McGrath building next week and Mrs. Jones and Miss Ander son are slaughtering prices on a sale of ladies* apparel. The new home of the Fashion, which is at Seward and Second streets, will give the establishment larger quar ters and particularly more display space. "All the News All the Tlmo." DELIGHTS ON \ | / THE LEGISLATURE ! Spcakor Earnest Collins dented to day tlmt ho had not received n letter from Mrs. Collins, as published this morning. "I'm waiting for the bout to como in before I file suit" bo said. Representative Nate H. Coombs will urgo the passage of Houso Bill 6, of which he Is the author, and has lined up a lot of support. The measure Is designed to repeal a Sunday closing law taken from the old "blue book" and oporated at Nomo against overy class of business except drug stores. Chairman Held yesterday raised ob jection to the judiciary committee be coming a "hopper for all sorts of bills which other committees ure shirking," and when he protested against the ref erence of the prohibition memorial to his committee said, "You might as well I refer to the judiciary commlttoo a bill asking if Germans should or should not eat limburgor cheese." Mr, Held I won his point. Judge Martin F. Moran escaped a ducking at the Treadwell nutntorium Wednesday night. Ho had been hav ing such a fine time while other mem bers of the House were being soused under the water, that members of the Press, aided and abetted by the Speak er, plotted deeply. Tho Northerner had a hunch, and sought a harbor of safety at tho othor end of the big tauk. When the members of the Third House drink from the water pitcher which Is part and parcel of the I Speaker's desk, It Is always: "Here's to you. Mr. Snow." Senator Tanner Is nursing a pair of bruised shins. Ho was climbing up the ladder of tho Treadwcll natator lum Wednesday evening when some one yelled: "Gold has been discovered in the streets of Skagway." Senator Tannor got excited and slipped. The, "bruised" part of this story Is genu ine. SPICE THROWN IN "DRY" MEMORIAL The vote as to whether the Judic iary or educatiou commltteo should have the task of examining lu com mittee the Snow memorial, asking permission of Congress for an election on Prohibition, indicated that when the memorial1 comes before the House for rejection or approval, the inno cent atmosphere will be severally punctured. A whole lot of spirit was woven into the discussion over tho commit tee reference yesterday, but those who wanted the document referred to the Education committee triumphed, j the vote standing eight to six. The Resolution's Text. Mr. Snow's resolution is as follows: Whereas, There is a rapidly grow ing desire among the voters of this Territory to have an opportunity to express, by ballot, their opinion as to the use and sale of lntoxlcut.i.g li quors in the Territory of Alaska, and Whereas, This right of expression by ballot on tho liquor qucstion'Ms on Joyed by a large number of citizens residing elsewhere in the United States", and Whereas, This Legislature is not empowered by the Organic Act cre ating a legislative assembly in the Territory of Alaska enacted by Con gress and approved August 24, 1912, :o extend this privilege to the voters >f this Territory, Therefore, We, your memorialists, would ask that the voters of this Ter ritory be granted an opportunity to 1 express themselves by ballot 011 the 1 Iquor question at the next Territorial 1 'lection, in order that Congress may )e informed as to the attitude of tho people in this Territory on this ques ion. And wo, your memorialists, will ov :r pray. ro HOLD CAUCUS FOR CITY ELECTION Mayor Reck announced today that 1 mass meeting of voters would soon le called, for a date sometime next veek, to nominated councilmcn for he April elections. It is believed two ickets will be placed in the field.. > I CMivi ttt jcrrcnoun DEPARTS FOR SOUTH The steam Jefferson arrived from he North at 4 p. m. yesterday, and eft for the South at 5 o'clock, taking he following passengers for Seattle: Mrs. F. T. Metcalfe, I}. A. Hoffman, ' Japt P. A. Brown, John Larson, lark O'Bryant, John Horst, Robt. Ccrby. and J. R. Wilson. For Wran :on?H. D. Plush, H. C. Hankins, and Irs. H. C. Hankins. For Ketchikan? *. C. Sheffield, A. VanMavern and J. ilorcna. % ? 0 I , PAINTINGS ARE SHOWN Mrs. Montgomery Davis, the w*v mown artist, has eighteen j , f Alaska scenery on exhibitioi : j ilaska Furniture Company's s leward and Second streets, v ? ccncs are painted on tho doos A; onglng to tho launch "Cordell 'hoy portray our scenery wondc veil. DANCE SATURDAY NIGHT. My regular dance will be given in Hss Gulick's studio Saturday eve- - ing. In order to keep those dances p to tho high standard they have at lined I reserve tho right to reject ie patronage of anyone. I reallzo lat tho dancing public appreciate my Sorts in keeping these dances '? p to a high standard, and I have iken extra precaution to soo that * lero Is nothing to mar the feelings i f the most fastidious. 2-13-2t. t? R. L. TURNER. Manager. ? ? CapL and Mrs. H. C. Hankins re- | irned to Wrangell yesterday. Mrs. }. anklns has been in ;3t Ann hospital . r the past month, under the care of n r. L. P. Dawes. Weatfifr Doc* your roof re quire repairing! Have your work done by expert*. We CArry the hot equip. ?:>rot or..! mutrruh .'or ell MARSHALL 8 NEWMAN Roofer*. Plumber* end Sheot Met*! Worker* PHONE 373 LIBERALS CARRY YUKON TERRITORY The Liberal party carried the Yu kon Territorial election las weok, electing six out of the ten mombors of the Territorial council. Party lines were not drawn at Wliltehorse. the winning ticket being a Conservative and a Liberal, though there was a third candidate, who sought to break | the combination. The total vote was a surprise to those who had thought Yukon Terri tory Is decreasing In population, the vote bolng about 2,000, approximately' half of whom voted in Dawson, whero I the Liberals elected three out of four j ] members. At Wliltehorse 1S3 votes were cast, and in tho Whitehorso district, 250. The netf council will bo made up as follows: Whitehorse?Phelps, L; Dixon, C. ( North Dawson?O'Brlon. lii; Gulte, L. South Dawson?Radrord, L.; Watt, Bonanza?Robinson, L.; Williams, C. ( Klondike?Praser, L.; McCrlmmon, . |c- -, , LAND OFFICE SECEIVES BOOKLET ; A. Christenson, chief of the field di-;; vision, of the land department of Al-i1 aska, is in receipt of an Illustrated booklet showing many of the Improv- 1 ed homesteads lr. the Territory, Pre facing the booklet, Is a tetter by Mr. ( Christensen to the Interior Depart- ( mcnt, in which he strongly urged Con- 1 gross to roduce homestead areas in - Alaska from 320 to ICO acres. Delegate Wickersham's bill, H. R. ' 134S7, contained a clnuso reducing the ' homestead area, but this as well as - many other provisions of H. R. 134S7 ; was slashed out of the amended bill, ! leaving the clause providing that sec- s tions 16 and 36 should bo reserved as school land as about the only thing '> of importance In the measure. Mr. Christensen believes that, n re- 1 duct Ion of the homes tead area was 1 and is one of the urgent, needs in Al- 1 aska, In his wide travels over the 1 Territory last summer, he had abun-! dant opportunity to study this partic- 1 ular phase of the land uestion, and ho give his expert opinion that the growth 0 of farm settlement would be enhanced 1 and the development of the country .? hastened, by cutting down tho homo- a stead allotments from 320 to 160 acres. 0 Dr. A. W. Lucdcr8, a- recent arrival c from San Francisco, has opened ofll ces in the Goldstein building, and will R enter on a general prnctico of medi- n cine and surgery, n ? t] i ; i JUNEAU STEAMSHIP CO. h United States Mall " STEAMER GEORGIA I L Juneau-Sitka Route J y Leaves Juneau 'or DouglaB, Fun- } ter. Hoonah, Oypoum. Tenakee. Killlsnoo, Chatham and Sitka every Wednesday at 12:01 a. m. v it Juneau-Skagway Route ^ Lt-avea Juneau for Douglao, Eagle 1 River. Sentinel Light Station. El- P 'Irid Rock Light Station. Comet, a Haines, Skagwny every Sunday at tl 12:01 a. m. Returning, leaves b Skagwny the following day at 12:02 a. tn u h WILLIS E. NOWELL, -MANAGER L D tt William Pallister, M. D., Dj Specialist In the treatment of disomies tl and deformities of tho oyo and car, n noao and throat Office*: Fourth Floor. Goldstein Building ^ Ofllco Phono 160. Roildcnce Phone 161. a' P' Phone 388 Strictly First Class bl Juneau Construction Co. ? Lontraclors flStore and office Ibc- y< , ?turos. Mission furnl- >< ture. Wood turning. Band rawing. JUNEAU. ALASKA It . ? U] b< G. K. GILBERT * PLUMBING and rc 8HEET METAL WORKS L 121 Front 8t Phone 353 in to w ? v 4? ?> ?> *:? ? ?> 4- ,j( ARCTIC BROTHERHOOD * Junneau Camp, No. 31, meets ? every Tuesday night at olght 4 to o'clock, at MooBe Hall. br * vc v ?:? ?:* 4- + X? ? .+ ? ? m .va be Juneau Athletic Club I? MVill Next (o Alsslctn Hotel BBBB B ^ Ritchie Beat6 Welsh. Willie Hltilile of San Francisco, ] from whom Freddie Welsh took tho ? lightweight championship in London last year, outpointed the Briton at ? every stage 'of their 10-round bout ! hero last night. Welsh took a severe 1 punishment, bis face having boro the ! brunt of Ritchie's milling. Tho oxhl- ? bltion was fought before a record crowd. Welsh said after the fight that lie would meet Ritchie again as soon as the latter wished. Marty O'Toole To Columbuc Marty O'Toole, for whom tho Pitts burgh National League Baseball Club paid $22,500 to the St. Paul Club of tho American Association in 1912, has been released to tho Columbus Club, of tho A. A. It is presumed O'Toole ihis sent to Columbus in connection with the deal whereby Pittsburgh so cured Bill Hinchman and Walter Ger ber. C Marty was sold by tho Pirates to . the New York Giants during tho latter ; part of lost season. He worked in a i couple of games for McGraw, but the ; club rofusod to complete tho deal and ? be was returned to Pittsburgh. | No Sunday Ball A press dispatch from New York ? Bays that R. G. and G. S. Ward, of I tho Brookfods, declared they would ? not allow thoir team to play Sunday 1 baseball this season, despite tho ? pleadings of Pat Powers and Harry 1 Sinclair, the now owners of tho Now- ? Gave 'Em Nicknames . I Cuban fans hnvo humorous pot names for their ball players, and lfcad ing American players also have re ceived some pertinent pet names. Mike Gonzales of the Reds is a long loaf of bread, and Almedla, former Redleg, Is the Marquis. It Is not lese majeste to tell you what they call" our John McGraw. Ho Is termed "Mono Amar lllo," which is translated the "yellow monkey." They hnd hotter not call ?. John J. anything like that while ho !s around. ?x? Did Stars Loot Out Brawley, Cal., which Is a member )f tho Imperial Valley League, has >n its rostor such well-known per 'ormors as Jeff Pfoffor, George Cut thaw, Gus Getz, and Catcher McCar liy of tho Brooklyn Nationals; Beals 3ccker of Philadelphia and Bert Dan ol's of Cincinnati. After this aggre gation of big league talent had kicked )ff seven of Its first nine games the nns sent in a petition asking that tome "bushers" be hired. ^ 'redicts Tigers Win tli Hughoy Jennings naively admits tfc hat the Tigers will probably cop the ti 91G pennant In the American League, th lughoy was always a sanguine cuss, h< toth as to hair and hopes. hi ?*? to "hey've Got Lots of It d( It is reported that the Ward Broth- ot its, who, In addition to owning the a Irooklyn Federal league club, conduct w , large wholesale bakery business, are cr Tso putting tip the dough for several hi thor Fed clubs. ' bi ?*? sc Iross Clan Leads sj Since tlio three fighting Wards ra ained fame and shekels In tho ring f0 early a century ago thoro have boon f0 lany brother acts In pugilism, but he tie Wallach clan takes the lend. Dr. to -ouls C. Wallach, New York's fight-' 8U lg dentist, who is known in pugilistic teraturo as Leach Cross, is tho best ... nown in tho bunch, but he has four rothers identified with the fight gamo each, tho patriarch of tho scrapping [ebrew clan, has begun his thirtieth ear, having been born on February 2. 188C. to New York City. Tho last of the Wallachs to take up 0(1 le big sport is Marty Cross, who Al lade his debut a few months ago. It ?as a memorablo occasion on the t0 ast side of Now York, and for days "f cfore the Cross "baby" made his first ublic appearance tho event was her- lv< Ided by sandwich men who paraded le streets of the Jewish quarter, atl earing banners printed in Yiddish, [arty didn't show much science, but 113 0 proved that he had a mighty right and wallop, very much liko brother each's favorite punch. Phil and lu ave Cross have made fair records in Oo le ring, although not in Loach's class, am Wallach also had a brief exporl- l'Q lent in thef1 ring but bo soon quit So ie gamo and is now manager of tho ross stable of fighters. As a boxer 1)U a mis a first clas business man, ad he and his brothers have pros sred mightily. j < Leach Cross is a practicing dentist, .lt at he lias found tho fight game much GI1 ore profitable than extracting teeth ^ .' his Jewish friends. In the last few ? sars Leach has made as much as """ 10,000 a year from his ring activities. 1 his last few bouts he hasn't been p to his old form. Ho has twice son defeated by Gilbert Gallant, the rench-Canadian fighter, and Joe Shu ruo had the best of him in a ten* >und bout in New York last month, cachlo insists that the twenty-round line is his pic, and his ring record _ dicnter. that he is right It usually ,kes Loach several rounds to got ? armed up to the work, and is un- < ? mbtedly at his best over the long ? iute. o Coulon Will Try to "Come Back." 4 Although fight fans are accustomed ? think of Johnny Coulon, tho former intam champion, as whiskered and inerable, ho pabaol his twenty-sixth ilestone this month, having been ?rn Feb. 12, 1889, in Toronto. A box who ha3 taken good care of hlm If?and Johnny has done that? ight not to -be In tho sero and ycl w leaf at twenty-six. After Kid WI1 ims knocked him out in the third und at Vernon last Juno, the ex amplon announced that he was mmm irough with the game, and that in | v 10 future he would devote his whole j s me to the cigar business. Since; I ten he has had a hunch that maybe 3 Isn't a dead one after all, and at c is age he ought to stand a chance J - i pull the come-back stuff. Coulon: iciaros that ho has saved about $75. 10 during his ten years in the ring. 11 the fans who knew Johhny will Ish him luck, for he always was a edit to the padded mit game. There ive been better fighters, than Johnny it the French-Irish-Canadian-Yankee j - rapper demonstrated that it is pos ble to be both a boxer and a gentle- 1 an. Such demonstrations are all' too j w when the boxing game Is fighting r existence. Champions like Johnny dp to keep the game alive, and help i tako the cuss off the activities ofj ch fighters as Jack Johnson. - ? ? ? s ?> 4* ? 4* ? <5* ? ?> -b *!? ?> ? <? ? r. PERSONAL MENTION * j | ? ?> ?> ?!* ? ? *!? ? '!? ?> ?> v ?> ?> ?> -> j R Mrs. Sidney D. Charles, wife of the ?1 itor of The Dispatch, is ill in St. |i in Hospital. Henry Roden, former Alaska Sena- ?3 r, from Idltarod, is back in Soattle, : ! tor a trip North. A. Van Mavern left yesterday for t-j itchikan, to spond several days. D. B. Femmer leaves today for Sc- H :lo on business. Reno Cosgrove has been designated "" Alaskan representative fo the Ai rs Brothers Milling Co. VV. B. Stout, of Haines, is a visitor Juneau, and is registered at the icldental. A.1 Peacock is returning from Seat on the Spokane, which left the ( und last night. J. F. Chamberlin is hack from a ? sinoss trip to Haines and Skagway. j X ELKS GIVE PARTY. jf Pen tabTes of bridge were in play j* the Elks' card-party and social, glv- X by the entertainment committee of * j lodge last evening. Prizes wcro von by Miss Ellon Anderson, who cored 2400 in bridge, and by Mrs. J. .. Museth, who lead in bowling. Refreshments were served and ev rybody had a good time. ?m-w iiiiinnii [We've Got It;; Everything in the line of Wines, Liquors, Cigars ;? | JUNEAU LIQUOR CO.,Inc. i; "The Family Liquor Store"~Phone 94--Free Delivery ! i f*-e 6 B I 1 in B S J M-H-HHH I 6 H C M ? IU 1 i i i S-W-H-frH lllllllll When ordering BEER insist on RAINIER PALE I t V"1 '''!!''' M 111:11 '? ?;: I The Grotto ;;ji V Lft VELLE & BROPHY ilj Distributors of Hijjb Class, Double J Stamp Wbiskey, Wines and Cordials ?;!! Olympia and Rainier Beer ; 95 FRONT STREET TELEPHONE NO. 210 ;;!! ?H-H-H-H MM'I I'M I-l-HH-I-t-I-t-H-i-H-rH-H-H-! II M 11-l I-l-l-b i 1 ?! i 1 I I i 1 M11 1 1 I I-f Beer 10 c a Glass Louvre Ear Free Moving Picture Shows Every Afternoon and Evening WILLIAM SCRI8NER, Mngr. ; j rHeidelberg Liquor Co.-, I j INCORPORATED = ] <> Largest Slock Best Brands of ^ Imported and Domestic Liquors % and Wines for Family Use. _ ? Free Concert Every Evening 7 Till 12 ? Free Delivery. Mail Orders a Specialty. Telephone 386 % HALL F0R SALE 638 Ncw 1 aero. In rmnll town. York Bid. onrl Street lights and walk* u 1-2 hour ride to Seattle c . PAVMF auto or St. car. fruit Seattle, ? rtlML trees, house, chicken Waih. rung, J1S00 easy terms. RTO" PICKETT U. S. Mineral Surveyor U. S. Deputy Surveyor JUNEAU " ? ? ALASKA Juneau Transfer Go. j ft ?? ? PHONE 48 ft 5 WE ALWAYS HAVE ?? f GOOD COAL i Moving Carefully Done STORAGE i: Baggage To and From All Boats i; j 37 FRONT STREET ,, 3 A. EIKLAND CARPENTER and CABINET MAKER flFlrst class work at reasonable rates ? General repairing ? special furniture.. Estimates Free. ? - - 'Phone 254 ?H-M11 ?M-H-'K-M"! HUM M-M-F A. Benson & I Stand at Will*' Grocery Stors T Phones 4*0 or 3-8-6 X OUDERS PROMPTLY EXECUTED J fr-H-H I I I I I 1 I I M I I I I M M-I -I TU.U . Oa- . T., I rvnu I ncaponauil' suuu uuu uunwouw, w uncu ifeBERGiANN Newly built and newly fu rnished, 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. PHONE 112 167 FRONT ST. <> THE FAIRBANKS f Rooms now and modern, heat, lights and hot and cold running wator 5 In every room.?Freo Baths. X RATES REASONABLE. MRS. H. H. WARREN, Prop. $ 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.