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We make them—in any size, or | shape, plain or veined. CONCRETE products MFO. CO. Willoughby Ave. Juneau. | a-■ LJ SHAR1CK Jeweler and Optldaa Watukea, Diamond* CAPITOL AUTO SERVICE j 7 Passenger Hudson liz Car (01 : Hire. - Trips anywhere Day or Night. Stand at the Juneau Shoe Shining Parlors. CHAS. M0S3? Phone 186. Nights, 456 i ' l - JuneauTransfer | ' Moves, packs and Stores Freight , And Baggage. 1_ Prompt Delivery of Ladyimith Coal Phone 48. Question For Women? - »• - 4't v . . .• r Our family laundry service of fers you an exact saving of one seventh of your life It is up to you. Have us call for your family bundle. Alaska Steam Laundry f ' ’ V NOW We have a larger stock in;our larger store. ( Giovanetti Grocery Store Telephone 385. Remember To insist, Always On Our Coals. WE CARRY THE ONLY GFNU1NE LADYSMITH I; And the BEST - NANAIMO THAT ARE OBTAINABLE. PACIFIC COAST COAL COMPANY BkDM 411. JUNEAU LUMBER MILLS Manufacturers of High grade Sitka Spruce and Hemlock lumber. Local and export trade solicited. Mills at Juneau, Alaska SEATTLE OFFICE: 503 Mutual Life Building Seattle^ Wash. Ill the World of Sports BOXING FOOTBALL RACING HUNTING SWIMMING BASKETBALL LONDON BOBBIES TO FIGHT NEW YORK POLICE CHAMPIONS. fj- 1 // i?TAMLEY,' O ([heavyweight N Goodman TRAINER. ! H. Maluin , 160 Pound Champion !N SPECTOR S PRlGGS Above are shown JackStanley, heavyweight champion of the I.ondon police force, and Harry Mullln. middleweight title holder of the British bobbies. These men are quartered at New York's Police Club and «re in bard training for bouts with the champions of the New York police force. Elimination bouts are now being arranged for the purpose of selecting defenders. It is believed tha* Billy Spengler will be the oppo nent of Stanley. The latter is a six footer and weighs 10G pounds in good condition. Inspector A. J. Spriggs, of Scotland Yard, Is in charge of the boxers and A. Goodman is the trainer. The championship bouts will Ukely be staged under the auspices of the International Sporting Club. BIG GAME HUNTER TO BAG BIG BROWN BEAR Hating shot big game in almost every part of the world, 11. H. Dela mater of Seattle has come north with the avowed intention of bag ging some of the big brown bear of Admiralty Island and has so arranged : his affairs that lie will spend the next two years in this section of the country hunting the big fellows and doing a little prospecting. Mr. Uelaniater has with him some of the latest tilings in big game guns and an Airedale dog trained to hunting and is looking forward to tlie next two years of sport witli the keenest of interest. He was sta> ing at the Zynda Hotel of this city following arrival on tlie Northwest ern but left on the Kstebeth today for Hoonah where he is to make his headquarters. OREGON GRAPPLERS TO MEET AGGIES TOMORROW ; CORVALLIS, Oro.. Fi b. 4 \V,. lers of the Oregon Agricultural Cui j lege will meet the University Oregon grapplors here tomorrow ; and will take on the University of Washington mat men Feb. 20. “Kit" Palmer, captain of the O. A. C. wrestlers, has been forced by in juries to drop mat work. As a result the Aggies may be forced to forfeit all 125-pounil bouts, in which Palm: r starred. TEN-ROUND BOXING IN WASHINGTON IS VOTED OLYMPIA. Wash., Fob 3.—the Senate of tho Washington State Leg islature yesterday passed a bill legal izing ten-round boxing bouts. 10% reduction, iioston Store.—adv GIRL CHAMPION WITH RIFLE TO DEFENDHONORS 16 Year Old Marjorie Kinder To Meet All Corners in National Indoor Matches. By PETEK P CARNEY Hdtior National Sports Syndicate NEW YORK, Eel). 4 Marjorie Kinder, of Brideport, Conn., winner of many ciiampoinships, the latest being the off hand match at Camp Perry, Ohio, last August, is a con tender for stellar shooting honors in the National Individual Indoor Match now being conducted by the American Smallbore League. Adding further interest to the match, is tlie entry of Virgil Rich ard, nineteen-year-old youth, of New Haven, Conn . who has the distinc tion of being the fir. t to ever make a perfect score at 100 yards in an open outdoor champion. This record was made on July 5 last at the Na tional range of the Amrcican Small bore League and later duplicated by young Richard at Camp Perry in August. Those who pretend to know pre dict a msot interesting match be tween this pair of youngsters and it will not occasion much surprise to see a National Championship go to either of these juveniles. Conditions for the match call for it being shot on an indoor range at a distance of seventy-five feet, stand ing off hand position, without the aid of an ajtifiscial rest. The match is being held on the home ranges and will be shot in four periods of. three weeks each. The maker of the high aggregate score will be declared tiie winner and will receive a bronze statute and gold medal, second place a silver cup and River medal and third t oforty-fifth, bronze medals with certificate of place. Other events now being contested for in the American Smallbore League Indoor Matches are the Team Championship the 100 Shot Cham pionship and Qualifications-—of tiie latter Miss Kinder is the first to turn in a score of 98 x 100, thus achieving the title of Distinguished Rifleman. All inrtclies arc open to contest nts anywhere in the United States At tiie executive offices of the IiOagu tin Bergentield, New Jersey, a new indoor range has been built fo rtlie purpose of trying out new ideas for novelty matches that make a particular appeal to sportsmen. The indoor mutch season extends until tiie Iasi of March, 1921—when the International Indoor Champion ship will be decided “LITTLE THREE” MAY BE ORGANIZED BY PACIFIC COAST COLLEGES SOON PORTLAND, On Feb. 4. Organ ization of another Pacific Coast In tercollegiate Hig Three," or bb it probably will be called, the "Little Three" is being considered by the University of Oregon, the Washing ton State College and the Oregon Agricultural College The new organization would he a rival of the recently formed "Hig Three’' consisting of Stanford Uni versity, Die University of California and the University of Washington. To date the "Big Three” organiza tion holds only in matters affecting football schedules All six of the colleges were members of the Pacific Coast Conference, und organized sey-1 THANE"JUNEAU WINNING TEAMS FIRST EVENING Inter-City Tournment Opens On Treadwell and Bruns wick Bowling Alleys. — In the first games of tlie Inter City Bowling Tournament rolled | Inst night. Thane defeated the Brunswick on the latter's alleys bv 2373 pins to 2276 and the Elks won from the Treadwell team at Tread well by a total of 2432 to 2266. Fry of the Elks team won out for I high average from his team mate I Barragar by a total of 549 to 547. Those rolling over 200 Individual were Fry and Barragar of fhe Elks with 214 and 200 respectively, and E. McCormick of Thane with 203. The next matches of this tourna ment will be on February 10 when Thane and Treadwell meet cn the Brunswick alleys and the Elks and the Brunswick meet on the Elks : alleys. East night’s scores: I Elks. Player— (1) (2) (3) Tl. Fry 191 214 1 44 549 ! Lavenik 149 156 138 443 j Vander Leest 138 129 1.36 4(i3 Hunter 148 163 179 490 | Barragar 1 81 200 166 547 ! Totals 807 862 763 2432 Treadwell. Player— (1) (2) (3) Tl. Anderson 125 160 145 430 H.igley 112 170 138 420 I Decker 127 117 160 404 Terzovich 17 1 150 158 479 Oavrll 183 176 174 533 Totals 718 773 775 2266 Brunswick. Player— (1) (2) (3) Tl. G. Henry 1 51 121 1 14 386 jDarby 168 160 185 513 [Craig 157 160 143 460 Terzovich 129 148 173 450 | T. George 177 140 155 4 67 Totals 777 729 770 2276 Thane. [Player— (1) (2) (3) Tl. I I It. McCormick .169 140 152 461 \ Gammara 136 148 174 458 I W. McCormick 142 174 161 477 Olson 156 156 159 471 E. McCormick 142 161 203 506 Totals 745 779 849 2373 JAZZING ’EM UP. I Don't forget the Firemen's Ball, Feh. 12. The next big holiday dance will be on Feb. 22 in .A. B. Hali —adv. ARE YOU A SLACKER? American Legion members should make a special effort to pay their dues before the next southbound boat. GEORGE E. MANN, Post Ad ! Jutant. —adv. Headquarters lor Ladysmith Coal. Juneau Transfer Co. Phone 48.-adv Tides Tomorrow Low tide 5:22 a. m. 4.0 High tide 11:25 a. m. 15.9 Low tide 5:57 p. ni. -9.1 High tide 12:20 a. id. 14.9 ■-■ arate football schedules when the conference’s schedule was abandoned recently. Students coming to Portland from the “Little Three” schools say that If the organization is formed, the I member colleges would not be per mitted to schedule games of any kind with Washington. They could, j however, play with the California teams. There is a feeling, the students say, that Washington, while a northwest school, is not anxious to meet other northwest college teams hut wants the company of the Cali fomians. a-■ USED FURNITURE Bought, Sold and Exchanged , N R0C0V1CH 211 Seward St. Telephone 441. P. O. Box 261 •-■ NO ROOF TROUBLES i 1 When covered with CONCRETE TILE Lasts a life time; no re- j pairs. Imposing appearance, ab- j Boiuttdy fire, frost, wind and J water proof Eet us talk it over. 1 G. E. KRAUSE | Manufacturer of concrete tile, | ' prick, block and other building | material I P. 0. Basement Phone 439 1 a-■ ( ENGLAND’S PRIME MINISTER PLAYING GOLF i I.atest photograph of David Lloyd George, England’s Premier. The picture shows him taking a healthy swing at the ball at Colwyn Bay, where he spends considerable time during his “off" hours. According to the Premier, it is his most Invigorating and best sport TIME IS EXTENDED IN ANCHORAGE CAMPAIGN FOR EUROPEAN RELIEF Through some misunderstanding or oversight on the part of those ap pointed to look after the European Relief Council’s appeal for funds for starving European children, in Seward, Anchorage and railway dis tricts, up to the present time there has been no effort made in that section, according to a statement made tills morning by Gov. Thomas Riggs, Chairman of the Territorial Committee. Gov. Riggs today appointed Rev. W. S. Marple, pastor of the Presby terian Church at Anchorage, a3 Chairman for the community and the railroad North from there. Rev. Marple will be assisted by Mrs. F. A. Hansen, wife of the Sup enintendent of Maintenance of Way on the Government Railroad, who will act as Secretary. Gov. Riggs has suggested to Rev. Marple that he limit his work to an intensive drive covering a period of not more than 10 days. The drive was supposed to have closed all over the country on Januark 31. Complete reports are lacking from every District, according to Gov. Riggs, who anticipates they will he slow in coming in. It may be sev eral weeks before the final results for the entire Territory can be an nounced. -- SPECIAL SALE Of Children’s and Misses’ Shoes for Friday and Satin day selling only Goldstein’s Emporium. —adv. Women Need Swamp-Root Thousands of women have kidney and bladder trouble and never bus pect it. Women's complaints often prove i to be nothing else but kidney trou ble, or the result of kidney or blad der disease. if the kidneys are not in a I healthy condition, they may cause the other organs to become dis i eased. Pain in the back, headache, loss of ambition, nervousness, are often times symptoms of kidney trouble. Don’t delay starting treatment. Dr. Kilmer’s Swamp-Root, a phys ician's proscription, obtained at any drug store, may be just the remedy needed to overcome such conditions. (Jet a medium or large size bot tle immediately from any drug drug store. However, if you wish first to test tliis great preparation send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Ulnghamton, NT. V., for a sample bottle. When writing be sure and mention the Alaska Daily Empire, Juneau, Al aska. 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