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FOR THE SMOKH. SIX Bit BOUTS \ - Almost- Every Weight of Scapper to Be Seen in Ring Next Tuesday Evening. The complete card of the Lesion Smoker.of. next Tuesday evening consists of six slashing, fast bouts, announced today by Matchmaker Jack Wilson, provides one heavy weight match, featherweight, light weight middleweight, bantam and flyweight, making ' a well balanced program. Bouts not previously an nounced are Brown and Sant03 Lau retto, middleweights, McCormick and Scataglini, flyweights, Jurieh and Rundqulst, bantams. . Sinclair Brown, matche ‘ .o box Santos Lauretto, is a Douglas High School boy and member of the Doug las basketball team, who is breaking into the ring for the fir.-,t time. He is said to have a kick li! e a mule and to be strong and willing. Lau retto is the man who has been hand ling Carlos, the featherweight an 1 vho learned to box in the navy. The other two bouts are Curtaiii raisers between hoys well 4;h >wn on both sidAs of the Channel f ur their scrappiness,, They have son “ little personal differences to sett'o and have Invited each other to toe the mark in the squared #irele so it i expected there, will be plenty of action. The Card Collier*of Douglas vs. Do Armond of Sewayd, -heavyweights. Carlos of Juneau it a. Graham of Treadwell, featherweights. Johanson of Seldovia vs. Cl motto of Juneau, lightweights. Brown of Treadwell vs. Laurctto of Juneau, middleweights. MoCormick of Douglas vs. Seata glini of Juneau, flyweights. Jurieh" of Douglas vs. Rundquist of Treadwell, bantamweights. The two main events will he six round affairs. The others are sched uled for four and three rounds. Henry Berry, dealer in Curios Specialty, Ivory Beads. 165 Front 8treet. —«dv. CAPITOL APTO SERVICE * 7SI* ■ 7 Faseenger Hudson liz Car foi Hire. Trips anywhere . Day or Night. Stand at the Juneau Shoe 5 Shining Parlors. ' CHAS. M0S3Y Phone 186. Nights, 456 ALASKA ME/ IOHK RECK, Manager. Beef, Mutton, Pork, Chickens, Oj Ham anc SEWARD STREET NO SPECIAL REASON JUST MUSIC FOR A TREAT This Evening, From 5:30 to 7:30 GASTINEAU CAFE FISHERMEN We have a good assortment of IRON and BRASS fittings, sheet metal goods and material, also boat hardware. If you don’t see it in the windows, step in and ask for it. Our Service At Your Service SANITARY PLUMBING COMPANY House Cleaning Season NOW ON-CONSIDER THE Royal Vacuum Cleaner For Sale and Rented by THE ALASKA ELECTRIC LIGHT & POWER CO. Telephone 6 Juneau, Alaska THREE MEMBERS OF YALE’S FENCING TEAM. L. F. Bishop, Jr. (Yale). R. Walker, Jr. (Captain, Yale). L. L. Mackenzie (Yale). The Yale fencing team is one of the best of all college teams. Their recent victory over the Columbia team showed that they were well advanced in the art of fencing. Walker, the ' captain of ihe Yale team, came through with an unbroken record and was the individual star of the match. The defeat of Columbia was the first of the season. INVITATIONS ISSUED FOR 0. E. S. ANNUAL All arrangements have been com pleted and invitations issued for the Seventh Annual Ball of the Ju-' neau Chapter No. 7, Order Eastern i Star, to be held at A. B. Hall, Mon i day evening, March 28. The dance, music for which will be furnished by Woofter's Orchestra, is j ■ expected to take rank with similar I affairs in the past as one of th“ J great social events of the season. Having no mailing list of its own. the lodge realizes that its list for the j present function is incomplete and that some people may have been; I overlooked. Invitations may be se-j cured from the committee in charge! consisting of Homer 0. N’ordling j Clarence .1. Woofter. William Fry. | Chester K. Tripp, D. M. Bothwell and | John Bondel. Special invitations have been is sued to the members of the Terri I torial Senate and House of Repre sentatives, and a large attendance is being anticipated. All kinds of sewing done l y day *or hour. P. 0. Box 44G. —adv i T COMPANY Wholesale and Retail Butchf inters, Fish, Home-Made Sausai.e, 1 Bacon. PHONE 39. AGENT FOR GUGGENHEIMS SAID TO BE LOOKING FOR pOOD SITE FOR PULP MILL VV. E. Donnie. who recently passed; through Juneau on a steamer for the Westward, is now said to be, looking over the country between1 Wrangell and Juneau investigating the possibilities for securing a site for a piil]) mill for the Guggenheim interests. Mr. Dunkle is said to he in the vicinity of Wrangell making preliminary surveys. U. S. RADIO STATION AT CRAIG BURNED TO GROUND The United States Radio station at Craig was totally destroyed by fire several days ago according to ad vices reaching Juneau. The fire is) supposed to have caught from the stove pipe which passed through the’ ceiling and roof, F. A. Thiele, oper ator in charge, left the building at noon and everything seemed to in1 all right. Twenty minutes later the building was in flames. Craig is; without fire protection and in a very, short time the radio station was entirely destroyed. ALASKAN EVERGREEN PLANTED BY L. A. COMMERCIAL BODY A letter of thunks has been re . |reived by Gov. Thomas itiggs from! Frank Wiggins, secretary of the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce, for the evergreen tree sent to be placed in the “Forest of States” being planted at that city. Mr. Wiggins said that so far thirteen tree:-, rep resenting as many states and terri tories had been received and planted. Furniture moved and stored Heavy hauling done. Juneau Trans fer. —adv DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR United States Land Office Serial 04753 Juneau, Alaska, February 23, 1921 NOTICE is hereby given that pursuant to the Act of Congress approved May 10, 1872, and the 1 Acts amendatory thereto, George II Whitney, of Juneau, Alaska, has filed application Serial 04753 in the U. S. Land Office at Juneau, Alaska, for patent for Thirteen Hundred and Twenty ( 1320) feet in length and Six Hundred and Sixty (660i f.et in width on the ‘‘Icy Strait Limestone Placer Claim," tlie said ciacer claim being embraced Mn the ' S. Mineral Survey No. 1477. sit uated on the soutn shore of Lemi s irier Island, Sitka Mining District, in Latitude 58° 15’ 20" north, Longitude 136° 05' 40" west at C. S. M. M No. 1427, the said claim being more particularly de | jscribed as follows. Commencing at Corner No. 1 whence U. S. M. M. No. 1127 bears 66° 0‘J' 20" E, 8.39 feet, thence X 9“ 30’ W C60 feet to Corner' Xo 2. thence N 68° 08' E 1320 feet' to Corner No. 3. thence S 9° 30'j 15 660 feet to Corner No. 4, thencei 4 68' 08' W 1320 feet to Corner Xo 1. the nlace of beginning, con itaining an area of 19.536 acres, magnetic variation 28° 30' east. Said claim is bounded on the vest by the •Christmas” lode clarm. |on the north by unoccupied ground, in the east by the “Ralance” placer claim, and on the south by waters ;f Icy Strait. Any and all persons claiming ad versely the above placer minine ground, or premises, or any portion j thereof, are required to (lie their adverse claims with the Register o< the United States Land Office at Juneau. Alaska, within the period of publication or eight months) thereafter or be barred by the provisions of the statute. FRANK A BOVLE. Register. First publication, Feb. 25, 1921. (I :.at publication, April 26, 1921. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS TO GIVE BIG DANCE APRIL 5 Invitations will be issueil this week tor the informal dance to be given by tlie Knights of Columbus at Par ish Hall April 5. This will be among the first big social affairs following Lent and promises to ba largely attended. A special invlta tion is to be extended to the mem bers of the Territorial Legislature and their ladies. Woof tor's on heatra lias been en gaged for t he occasion. SCENES ALONG RAILROAD ARE NOW BEING DISPLAYED Gov Riggs is in reeiept of a mini- I her of official photographs front the I Alaska Railroad Commission showing I the progress of the work on the j Government R abroad between Sow-1 aid and Fairbanks, and agricultural i scenes in the Interior of Alaska. The pitotrgrfepits are now on display at the Alaska Bureau of Publicity rooms. NOTICE TO VOTERS. The registration boons for quail i Bed voters of the City of Juneau, Territory of Alaska, for the year nineteen hundred and twenty-one] (1921), are now open in the City Clerk’s Office in the City Hall, and: will remain open until Saturday,! April 2nd, 1921, at the hour of five; o’clock P. M. of said day. All per sons desiring to vote at the regular municipal election to be held April 5th, 1921, should register now, as persons not registered will not be permitted to vote. That the qualifications for electors it said election arc as follows: Any full citizen of the United States, either male or female, is en titled to exercise the elective fran chise in the City of Juneau, pro Ided such person shall be of the full age of twenty-one years, and who shall have been a bona-tlds resident of the Territory of Alaska for one year, and of the City o' Juneau for six months immediately receding the date of election. Dated at Juneau, Alaska, this '1st day of February, 1921. A. ,1. CODE, Registration Officer. First publication. Feb. 21, 1921. Cast publication, March 26, 1921 Alaska Transfer Co. General Hauling, Baggage Coal. Contract Haaling. Main St. Phone 4S SPECIAL SALE A treat that every one should take advantage of. Goods in good display. Come and see for yourself. UMP'MU’ J. M. GIOVANETTI A SUGGESTION The abundant health giving properties of Scott s Emulsion are as needful to adults as to children. Scott & bon nr. Gloom Geld. N. J. Aj 2vi ONE DEFENDANT NOT GUILTY; OTHER ONLY GUILTY ON 1 COUNT Fetor Carlson was found not guil t.v on all four counts of a grand jury indictment recently returned, al logins violation of the liquor laws, and Nels Peterson was found guilty on only one of the four counts. The verdict was returned last night in the United States District Court Judge FYed M. Drown, presiding. The count Peterson was found guilty on was possession of intoxi cating liquor on December 22, 1920 he testifying on the stand that he had a small amount of liquor in a bottle, not for sale, but for individ ual use as he had a severe case of rheumatism. The Jury was secured at 2:45 o’clock yesterday afternoon after 42 men had been examined. Testimony i was then taken and at 4:45 o'clock j the case went to the Jury following instructions from Judge Fred M i Brown. j The Jury was composed of George i E. Coury, D. J. Oliver, S. I. Oliver, i George Oswell, A. Randall, George • ; E. Cleveland, J. H. Kline. P. L ! Coleman. W. R. Hargraves, W. 11. i Kirk, C. P. Cole and R. 1. Harris, j MANY SOLDIERS MAY BE HERE FOR BIG SMOKER Word h;is been receiver here by Department Commander J. P. Walk er of the American Legion, from Maj. Lambert, commander of the army post at Fort William H. Sew ard, that it is very probable that the harbor boat Peterson will bring a number of men, including De Al mond, the boxer, to Juneau to attend the American Legion Smoker at the A. B. Hall next Tuesday evening. De Annond is matched to box six rounds with Collier in the featuie bout at the smoker and many of his friends from the army are desir ous of seeing him in action, it is contended, so the trip will he a pop ular one. UNIQUE DINNER GIVEN. — Roy. and Mrs. David Waggoner entertained thirteen persons at a[ , unique dinner last evening. The din ner was in tlie nature of celebr.it-} ing birthday anniversaries of five! whose next milestone dates fell either this month or next. The cele brants were Mrs. Alice Sullivan, Mrs. J. I). Condit, J. D. Van Atta! and Rev. and Mrs. David Waggoner,i with other guests ATTENTION ODD FELLOWS. There will be no meeting of Ki 1 -( vor Bow Dodge No. 2-A. I. O. O. K.J Thursday evening, March 24. 14 A it IJ K. SMITH, Noble Grand; GUN-t NARD GUSTAFSON, Secretary. advJ “THIS IS A STUDEBAKER YEAR1 INT providing complete motoring tatisfac tion, the seven-passenger Studebaker HIG-SIX offers the utmost in individuality and charming appearance. I he 126-inch wheelbase insures per fectly balanced riding qualities. Its 60-horse power motor with two-range carburetor and hot-spot intake manifold makes possible un usual speed, great power and high gasoline mileage under every driving condition. Come in and see this car, test it by any stan- •* dards you choose, and you will be convinced of its high quality and unequalled value. All Stadobaker Care art equipped with Cord Tiree—another Studebaker precedent /. o. b. 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