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We make them—in any »ize, or | shape, plain or veined. CONCRETE PRODUCTS MFC. CO. Willoughby Ave. Juneau, j ■-■ L J SHARICK Jeweler ul Optician Watukee, Diamenda Silverware CAPITOL AUTO SERVICE 7 Passenger Hudson tix Car foi Hire. Trips anywhere Day or Night. Stand at the Juneau Shoe Shining Parlors. CHAS. M083? Phone 186. Nights, 456 t - V. . Ska. to " - . Juneau Transfer Company Moves, '! Packs and Stores Freight And Paggage. Prompt Delivery of L&dyimith Coal Phone 48. Washing at Home During the Winter * ■- ' i steaming over a hot tub, freezing while hanging- out your clothes on the line, is at ’the bottom of many severe colds, your family doctor will tell you. Call us up and let us do the washing. Alaska Steam Laundry —* 9 ■ — =T-r~ NOW We have a larger stock in our larger store. Giovanetti Grocery Store Telephone 385. Remember To Insist Always On Our Coals. WI CARRY THE ONLY GFNUINE LADYSMITH And the BEST NANAIMO THAT ARE OBTAINABLE PACIFIC COAST COAL COMPANY Asu 411 JUNEAU LUMBER I MILLS [ Manufacturers of High grade Sitka Spruce and = Hemlock lumber. Local and E export trade solicited. 5 3 Mills at Juneau, Alaska S SEATTLE OFFICE: | 503 Mutual Life Building = Seattle, Wash. In the World of Sports BOXING FOOTBALL RACING HUNTING SWIMMING BASKETBALL t ELK BOWLERS FOR TOURNEY WILL 8E CHOSEN FROM TEN Elimination Match Scheduled For Tomorrow—Five of 7 Men Team Sure of Place. In the bowling match last night in the Elks' Tournament, Team Number One defeated Team Number J Nine 1540 pins to 1344 and Team Two defeated Team Ten 1361 to! 1300. Tonight Team Eight bowls Teamj Twelve and Team Ten will play Team Eleven. Tomorrow afternoon 'Dolly'” Gray will match his Tigers,! consisting of Hunter, Metcalf, I Goldstein, McCaul and McLaughlin, against Capt. Barragar’s learn con signs of Ijavenik, Fry, Manahan. Vander Leest and FSa^ragar. It will he from these ten men that seven men will he chosen for a team to enter the Gastineau Channel Tour nament. Last night's scores: Team 10. Player— (1) (2) (3) Tl. Manahan . 207 168 17.8 533 Kline 115 127 165 407 Boyle 124 127 109 360 Totals .446 442 437 1300 Team 2. Player— (1) (2) <3V Tl. Hunter 133 179 199 508 Leibe .162 158 164 481 Cole .119 123 124 366 Totals . 414 460 487 1361 Team 1. Player— 111 (2) (3) Tl. Fry .162 203 186 7.7.1 Mill . 184 185 174 543 Kirk .122 17.8 ln4 44 4. Totals . 468 7.46 5£6 1540; Team 9. Player— 11 ) (2) (3) Tl McLaughlin 124 202 126 47.2 Warner 135 1 73 115 4 2'H Ficken 148 152 169 469 ; Totals 407 527 410 134 ij Team Standings. FOUR GAMES (Team (1 t (2) (3) (4) Tl. No. 12 1423 1330 1382 1344 547!' No. 8 .1 27 1 1313 1352 1445 538 1 No. lo 1300 1313 1366 1372 5350 No. 9 1344 1311 1407 1232 5291 No. 1 1 1296 1380 1235 1280 5191 No. 3 .1276 1252 1209 1357 5094 THREE GAMES Team (1) (2) (3) Tl No. 0 154 7 1 271 1363 4l'R1 No. 4 .1 411 1392 1356 4159! No. 5 ... . 1389 1398 1315 4102 No. 1 .1323 1540 1235 4098' No. 2 .1339 1361 1271 3971 No. 7 1252 1220 1473 3945 A slight change of schedule has been made in the Gastincau Channel Bowling Tournament which is to j start next Tuesday night. Instead of! tic Thane team bowling its home, alley games at Treadwell they will bowl on the Brunswick alleys ofi this city. Announcements are made today as to the personnel of the various teams which will he as follows: Five men constitute a team hut subs are allowed. Brunswick. Manager Dave Hous'd —Players—Craig. Darby, Terzovich.j G. Henry. Neilsen. T. George. Treadwell. Manager Mike Gavril —Players—Terzovich, Gavril. Wat erud, Iligley, Anderron, Decker. Richards. Thane, Manager Ralph Gammara —Players—E. McCormick, R. Mc Cormick, W. McCormick, Olson, 1 Gammara. Juneau, Manager James Barragar —Players—Eavenik, Fry, Manahan. jtander Eest, Barragar and two others to be chosen. Headquarters for Ladysmith Coal. Juneau Transfer Co. Phone 48,-adv I CAS E H 0TEL f — I Opposit* City Wharf. Over I McMillan’s Store Telephone 225 I 9 BEST OF EVERYTHING TO EAT Properly Cooked and Served ALASKA GRILL Juneau’s Pioneer Cafe YOUNG ITALIAN BILLIARD LUMINARY. Angelo Lima, who, according to experts is certain to figure in title tourneys when he reaches maturity. In the above photograph he is shown playing with .Miss Florence Flower, champion of her sp~. MANY NEW FACES SEEN !N COAST LEAGUE LINEUPS Every Club on Circuit Will Have New Players—Two New Managers Named. OAKLAND, Cal.. Jan 2!). Many new faces will be seen in the Pacific Coast Baseball League lineups this year, more than during any season in five years, according to reports received here. Every club on the circuit will have new players. This year will also find two new Coast League managers, William Kenworthy of the Seattle Club at: I Clifford Cravath of Seattle. Ken worthy succeeds Clyde Wans and Cravath takes Ernie John mi's place. Portland's club which is to be re built, probably will present more new players than any other. R-por's from the north say that manager Walter McC’redie is planning on ten men who were not in the 1920 squad. Salt Lake also will be partially re built, the sale of Sheelv and John son to the Chicago White Six hav fng left a hole in the club's off. n.-ivi front. On the other teams probably front three to six new players will appear. Oakland is after infield.is and a couple of right handed pitch, S *• attic expects two or three infielders and pitchers. The Sacramento squad will not show many oh mges, although manager Rogers expects to have .. new inl'ielder and pitcher. S..n Fran cisco and Vernon are in the same position of needing infielders and pitchers. Los Angeles has acquirt d two outfielders and n. .1- a catcher and twirlers. PORTLAND BOARD PUTS CRUSHER ON DEMPSEY’S PROPOSED LONG FIGHT PORTLAND, Ore., Jan. 19.—The Portland lioxing commission today derided not to sanction arrange ments for a ten round bout here In April between J irk Dempsey, world - heavyweight champion, and an un named opponent. it was declared that such a match verged too < lo-• on the true meaning of “prize tight ing.” 40 YEAR OLD ATHLETE TO STAGE “COMEBACK” SAN FRANCISCO.'Jan. 29.- “Oil’."1" Snedigar, who was a star in Cnivi r sity of California athletics several college generations ago. will compete on the Oympie Club team in tru< 1; and field events here this year Ac cording to present plans he wili broad jump and throw the javelin. . Snedigar has been in active com petition for more than 20 years, lb Is over 40 years of age. STANFORD RUGBY TEAM KEEN FOR NORTH TRIP STANFORD, Cal.. .Ian. .29. — Annual Christinas holiday trips to British Columbia arc being pi.nine 1 by the Stanford University rugby team, which recently returned from the north with a record of two games j won and one lost. “The Northern trip is a valnubl ■ asset in preserving and developing the splendid relations betvven Stan ford and the Canadian colleges,' Harry .Maloney, rugby football coach, said recently. “The Canadians look forward to our coming and treat us like brothers. I never have ex perienced such cordiality in my life as they showd us up there." POMONA COLLEGE TO BUILD BIG STADIUM LOS ANGKLhs Cal., Jan. 29. Pomona College, m .ir here, is an other Pacific Pus ' College to plan on construction of a oadium for ath letic contests. \ tract of land lias been purchased t r the stadium, which, according to present plans will seat 20,000. BASKETBALL TOURNEY LARA.MH' \V. ’.bill. 29 Basket hall teams from about twenty Wyo tiling high school are expected to enter an fnterschola.tic tournament to be bold here March 14-19 by the University of Wyoming. HORSE RACING NOT DEAD LOS AtKGKLKS. Cub. Jin. 29. Horse racing is i ' from dead, ac cording to Tod S! a. larous jookev. who is in Los Angeles occasionally appearing in t in- motion pietun Sloan said recently that lie expected to see the sport come hack some day. For stove repairing see Sanitary Plumbing Co. —adv. Juneau Public Library and FREE READING ROOM City Hall. SecoDd Floor. Main Street at 4th. Reading Room Open From f> a. m. to 10 p. m. Circulation Room Open From 12 m to 6 p m. — 7:00 p. m. to 8:30 p m. Cnmnt Magazines. Newspaper* Reference Books, Eto. FREE TO AIL “After all Has been said about coal, it is still coal,” said a man to us Wo did not argue the point with him. but Kent him a ton of our coal; now he knows the difference and admit* it. Are you if the same opinion: ? If you are. let us send you a ton and convince '(,u algo. We peclalize In feed. FEMMER & RITTER PHONE 114. I ATTENTION MASONS. Called communicp-tion of Mount Juneau Lodge No. 117 F & A. M. Monday evening 8 o'clock, hall of the Odd Fellows. Work in F. C. Degree. Visiting brothers welcome. : dv. ('HAS. NAGHKL, Secy. Id', reduction, Boston Store.—adv. - -- - ----- ---- ANSCO CAMERAS and SUPPLIES Bring us your rolls to develop. BUTLER, MAURO DRUG CO. 96 Front Street PostofTire Substation No. 1 USED FURNITURE * Bought, Sold and Exchanged N. ROCOVICH 211 Seward St. I Telephone 441. P. O. Box 261 B-■ CITY CAFE Front St., near City Dock We Never Close Special Chinese Dishes n ■ 1 ■ FOR FANCY AND ITABLE GROCERIES And Fresh Vegetable* TRY McMillan brothers i Price* Reasonable Phone 116—Prompt Delivery JUNEAU ELECTRIC CO. for Your Work and Supplies _ _ Everybody knows Buick builds six-cylinder Valve-in Head automobiles. —that Buick sold its entire 1920 output long before the end of the season. —that Buick has sold a large percentage of its 1921 schedule. —that Buick users are Buick salesmen. —that Buick car values are 100 per cent. Added to their recognized high service value the new Buick models possess a distinctive beauty. Their graceful lines and handsome appointments merit the pride which early buyers have expressed. Many of our spring deliveries are already contracted frr. Thousands have been disappointed during past years because of the shortage of Buick cars. The matter of present purchasing should receive the immediate consideration of motor car buyers. JUNEAU J. J. CONNORS, Prop. •500,000* ■ I Efficient American House Keepers use the Thor Electric Washing Machine. Operating Cost on your Light Meter 6-10 of 1 cent per hour—Cheaper , than elbow grease. —Free Trial in your Own Home— ALASKA ELECTRIC LIGHT & POWER CO. Phone 6 Juneau, Alaska. 6 c«it On Savings Compounded Semi-Annually This Savings Institution has never paid less than 6 per cent, compounded semi-annually. We are under strict State regulation. On January 1st we paid our 18th semi-annual dividend. Accounts may be opened by mail. Send check, draft or postal money order. If currency, register. A WELL DESERVED RECORD During the past twenty years the Mutual Savings Institutions throughout the United States have made a record for absolute soundness and stability that cannot be surpassed by any other class of financial institutions the world over. OVER EIGHT BILLION The combined assets of all the strictly Mutual Savings Insti tutions doing business in the United States are now in excess of eight billion dollars. The Mutual Savings and Loan Institutions alone have in excess of two billlion dollars. THEY DO NOT FAIL This tremendous accumulation of savings in these Mutual Savings Institutions is due to the confidence which the people have learned to have in them. They do not fail. Runs on them in times of panic are impossible. The laws under which they operate do not permit runs. MUTUAL SAVINGS and Loan Association WILLIAM D. COMER, President. THOMAS S. LIPPY, Vice-Pres. EDGAR E. CUSHING, Secretary. 815 SECOND AVENUE SEATTLE I AN OUNCE OF “KNOW” IS WORTH A TON OF “GUESS!” Store ads are INFORMATIVE. ( They throw a full light on a majority of your buying problems—making it pos sible for you to secure the best possible VALUES at right prices. Just as the stories in the news columns Inform you as to the world's happenings, so do the store ads keep you posted on buying opportunities. AA'e often ignore the MONEY A’ALUE of simple FACTS. To do this In connec tion with buying is to substitute "guess ing" for KNOWLEDGE. And that Is a form of "substitution" which costs heavily. It is quite possible that SINGLE FACTS stated in some of the ads of today may have a cash value to you of one dollar each. That is not mere "advertising talk.” Test it by studying the offerings made. Industrial, manufacturing, economic, and retailing conditions nowadays are undergoing rapid changes. To keep in touch with every phase of this business conflict, so far as it affects your own pocketbook, study the ads with the defin ite purpose of KNOWING WHAT'S WHAT IN THE BUYING PROBLEM. Read Tire Empire