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Just what you have been waiting for, now is the time to lay in your stock of White Goods for Spring and Summer. You are sure of a good choice as the qualities are ample and all sires are complete. MUSLIN GOWNS Price $1.75 ENVELOPE CHEMISE Regular $3.75 for .$3-09 Regular 3.00 for . 2.75 Regular 2.50 for . 1.75 BLOOMERS Regular $2.00 and $2.50 for $1.65 pr. CORSET COVERS Muslin Corset covers daintily trimmed. Regular $2.00 and $2.25 for $1.65. # HOSIERY Kayser Silk Hose in light colors. Price $2.75 pair. All-Wool Hose, regular $4.75 for $4.00 A SALE OF INTEREST TO THE THRIFTY HOUSEWIFE Pillow Tubing Linen finish Pillow Tubing, 45 inches wide, regular 70c for.50c yard Percales Light and Dark Percales, 36 inch wide, regular 50c for .35c yard White Tv/ill Regular 60c for .45c yard Dish Toweling Linen finish, Toweling, regular 35c for .25c yard Huck Towels Cotton Huck Towels, 3 for .. . $ 1 .GO Unbleached Muslin Nice heavy quality Muslin, can be used for many purposes, 3 yards for . $1.00 Bed Pillows Fine newly curled feather pillows, regular $4.00 a pair for .$3.00 Last Chance <9 $35.00, $37.50 Overcoats, your choice . $25.00 Men’s $10.00 and $12.50 Shoes Your Choice $8.00 Pair. Men’s Necktie Bargain $1.50 value, your choice .$1.00 Men’s Cashmere Sox 85c value, yours for .50c pair B. M. Behrends Co., Inc. REPORTS RECEIVED ON DECEMBER ROLL CALL FOR OUTLYING TOWNS The final returns from the Fourth Annual Membership re'.ewal cam paign of the American Iteil Cross, which war t nd acted early in De cember, l-;.v«j been received front outling points, according to M. S. Whittier who acted as c hairman for this campangn. Petersburg reported 116 renewals and Chicnagof 66. These amounts, added to the total preciously received of $1575.30, make a grand total of over sev • ‘°n hundred rcn wals and cash re ceipts of $1737.30 for this section M. Belir uds, chairman of the Juneau Chapl r, has expressed his appreciation f the fine spiii shown by the eit ii.cn s in this section l.'.vard tlie great lied Cross Society. MOTORBOAT SETS NEW OCEAN SPEED RECORD MIAMI, Fla., Feb. 15. — The motor powerboat Gar, Jr., estab lished a world's record of 32.8 mile* per hour over an ocean course yes terday when it negotiated the 121> mile course to Ralm Beach r.nd re turn in throe hours, fifty-three min utes and fifty-one seconds Births in England and V/ales Set New High Mark LONDON, Rob. 15.—Births in Eng land and Wales in L920 established a new high record, while deaths were' the lowest in years, according to an official report made public today. A UNIQUE DAIRY FARM NEAR LONDON. j .... — ...-- - --—- ■ - — 1 ■ ■ ■ ... ■ '■ 11 1 1 — ■ Mothers take their children t.> obtain milk straight from the cow on this dairy farm near London, England. Eot much -' ut for watered stock here. I Y --- - - '. ONLY RAILROAD WOMAN DOCTOR IN TEXAS. Dr. Sophie Herzog Huntington, of Brazoria. Texas, ba? tin* distinc tion of being the only woman railroad surgeon in Texas. Ever since the St. Ia>uis, Brownsville and Mexico liallroad was built, a lout eighteen years ago, she has been surgeon of the division that runs be tween nouxton and Kingsville. Dr. Hnntington Is the mother of flftecD children, and her records show that she has attended 1.732 cases of child birth in Brazoria County. Her records were much In demand after the passage of the draft act, as she eonld teli the age of nearly all the children around Brazoria, and in some cases the parents had for gotten the age. Dr. Huntington is seventy years old and Is a native of Vienna. FIRST PAYMENT ON BONDS WILL FALL DUE SOON Mayor Robertson Says $10, 000 School Panels to Be Redeemed Next Month. That $10,000 in Juneau School | Ronds will he redeemed by the City : of Juneau next month, was stated: today by Mayor H. E. Robertson, who said that the redemption of j these bonds would hr one of thej matters to be taken up at the regu lar meeting of the City Council! Friday evening. The city has suf ’ fieient funds on hand to look after • litis payment, said Mayor Robertson.: This 13 the first payment to tie made on the local issue of School Bonds which was authorized by a special act of Congress dated Sep tember 7, 1016 in amount not to exceed $75,000 and to bear 5 per cent interest payable semi-annually. The act specifically stated that the ; bonds might be issued for building and equipping a school house. All : bonds so issued, it was provided, would fall due within ten years from the date of issuance and it was also provided that the City of j Juneau could reserve the right to | pay off the bonds in numerical order in sums of $10,000 or less, yearly after four years from the date of i issuance. All the interest payments, said Mayor Robertson have been met promptly and the first payment on the principal will he made next month when the first ten bonds will be redeemed. Two Wireless Phone Talks Over Same Set Now Possible LOS ANGELES, Cal., Fob. 15.— Apparatus, by which It is hoped to make possible two or more conversa tions at the ,11110 time over the same wireless telephone ret, was given a trans-continental test last night, ac cording to announcement here today Wireless operator Avail on Santa Catalina Island off tho Southern Cal ifornia Coast, talked for more than an hour with an operator on a ves sol off Cape Cod on the Atlantic Coast while wireless operator:; at all important cities between list men i:i and talked at intervals. Boy of 14 Accused of Stealing Fathers’ Bonds SPOKANE, Wa di, Feb. 15. -Elliott Milrhoncr, ! t. who last fill was ac cused of the theft i f $4,300 from a Philadelphia bank, where be was em ployed as a tie . conger, was being sought here tod ly in connection with the alleged theft of $11,000 in Lib erty Bonds from his father's home in Couer D'Aleno. MINING COMPANY SUED. Paddy Hrady today tiled a suit In the Putted States District Court against the Alaska-.Tuneau Gold Mining Company# for $5,400. Tie alleges that while employed us an ore sorter in the company's mill in Juneau on August 1, 19-0, he sus tained severe and permanent in juries by particles of rock and dirt becoming lodged in his right eye. G. C. Winn arid lloden and Dawes I are attorney:; for Itrady. YOU CAN GET WORK, in the line for which you are fitted, through a small campaign in the classified. Try The Empire. RESIDENTS ASK GOVERNOR STOP WANTON KILLING Chisana People Charge Trophy Seekers with Wan ton Destruction of Game. Residents of tlie town of Chisana in tho White River district have petitioned Gov. Thomas Riggs to refuse any hunting licenses to ‘‘head hunters,” Bastorn collectors of tro phies, alleging that wanton destruc tion of Alaskan game in that dis-j Irirt is resulting from the hunting done by such persons, according to a statement made by Gov. Riggs I today. Gov. Itlggs stated that lie! was powerless to act in the matter! which rests solely with the Depart ment of Agriculture. The petition states "in view of i i the gradual decrease of the wild) game in this district that is being! brought about through the wanton' ; destruction and forced migration ofj 'same by an army of tourists or sup-' I posed head hunters who invade our ] district annually, accompanied by: j profession guides, we are unalter-, .ably opposed to the issuance of per i mils to any person for killing of I game in this district under any ! pretence whatever.” The petition is signed by 20 per .ons, residents of Chisana. Many i re stern sportsmen visit the White River country eacli year, some en tering from tlie Canadian side and others from the American side. It is reported that many animals, ;sheep, caribou, bear and others are killed annually by them, the meat rs a rule being wasted, only the bends and in some instances hides. ■ being preserved as trophies of tlie hunt. Mustard Gas in Vault Routs Bank Burglars PONTIAC, Mich., Feb. 15.—Mus tard pus, placed in the vault of the Formers and Merchants Hank here.' routed burglars who attempted toj blow the safe early today. ALASKA NOTES I ! r---k During 1920 there v/ere 26 j deaths in Valdez, 24 marriages and 28 births. A contract*has been let for the driving of a 2000 foot tunnel on the property of the Valdez Gold Co., at Slump's Glacier, seven miles | from the beach. Word Is being rushed for the ' completion of a 175 foot raise to 1 connect with a 30 fot shaft pre viously sunk on the Culross Island Mining and Milling property near Valdez. — A large class will shortly be In itiated into the Elks at Cordova land Kennecott by the Anchorage degree team. George F. Baker, pioneer of An chorage, and Mrs Isabella M. Tif fany were recently united in mar riage at Anchorage by U. S. Com-, miseioner Leopold David. The Lest of job work, of all kinds, j i* done by the Empire. Call us up, 1 for quotations. We are offering special bargains in many close out patterns of WALL PAPER Patterns vary from one roll to 10 rolls of a kind and are priced by the lot. To move these odds quickly we have priced them below cost. This is a splendid opportunity to make a saving on yaur spring Wall Paper. JUNEAU HARDWARE CO. BrunsWick Phonographs and Records JUNEAU ELECTRIC CO. for Your Work, and Supplies JUNEAU AUTO SERVICE 5 and 7-PASSENGER STUDEBAKERS C$lts to Glacier, Auk Bay, Thane, Perseverance and all parts of town PHONE SINGLE 0. STAND ALASKAN HOTEL. CHAS MILLER. GORDON GIFFORD. Three Men in a Boat FIRST MAN—“WHAT HOTEL DO YOU STAY AT IN JUNEAU?” SECOND MAN—“WHY THE GASTINEAU, OF rOIIRQF ” PURSER—“YOU SAID IT.” Don’t Fail to See Our New HOT WATER HEATERS On Display in Our Window. Sole Distributors, the ♦ SANITARY PLUMBING COMPANY TEN CENTS A LOAF Bread, the most wholesome made — Baked in our Electric oven. Eat more Bread. Cream puffs and French Pastry every Saturday. AMERICAN BAKERY Opposite Coliseum Theatre EXCELLENT VIEW FROM EVERY ROOM z Y N D A Only elevator service In Alaska. Everything first class. LOCK1E MAC KINNON, Prop. H O T E L --be your own PLUMBER WE SHOW YOU HOW WITH OUR COMPLETE LINE OF PIPE WRENCHES and PLUMBING FIXTURES C. W. YOUNG COMPANY ‘Quality and Service" A CLASSIFIED AD will sell property—it the property u saleable.