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A New Shipment of Ladies' and Children's Cloaks XJOS.* II IIW CMWWCIWI ? Ml III ??MBHMMB??WMB? I III I 11118MBMBWMBBBBBWMBBWHnimwiHfmn1IWiM?ii?MPwriwwJCW H&Zg- ^mMisaagflJ NEW SILK IN POPUN, MESSALINE AND CHANGEABLE EFFECTS Our aim is to have the newest and best that can be bought?and we always have it. Our stock at present is complete in all departments. Before buying look the line over and get our prices RIBBONS For Christmas and everyday use. FLANNEL WAISTS In thi3 line we have all colors and qualities. All wool waists, $2.00 to $3.75. LADIES' COATS To fit. to wear, to satisfy every lady of all walks of life. We have priced them at $8.00 to $40.00 LADIES' RAIN COATS The silk cravenotted, wool and cotton rubberized. Prices from $6.00 to $35.00. DOMESTICS In this one line we have a well se lected stock and carry all the Iioubo wife requires. Prices are right UNDERWEAR FOR LADIES, MISSES AND CHILDREN We carry all the real serviceable and prac tical makes. We have all prices. FURS! FURS! All kinds and makes. Prices from 17.50 sot to $315.00 set JAPANESE Kimonos, dressing saques and bath robes. Just received. ITT r r\ r rv i ? w:* ? hills bros.' coffee, paradise crackers and danish butter, fresh fruits un a i r* J 99 I A Few of Our Grocery Department features and fresh vegetables arriving on every boat Oregon Apple Cider j I SPECIAL tallica vests and pants. Cotton fleeced and bleached. 65c garment, $1.25 suit. : MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S COATS In all the loading models and colors. We have them in ages from one-half year to age M. Prices $1.75 to $12.00. MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S FURS A very good selectiou in little neck pieces and sots. Priced $3.50 to $10.00 Royal Worcester and Bon Ton Corsets $1.00 to $10.00 p^cmNEHuALASM. Pictorial Review Pattern 10 cts. and 15 cts. SILKS! SILKS! We carry all the new novelties as well as tho? staples and and the prices are the same as In large towns. One yard wide Skinner satin, $1.25. KIMONA CLOTHS A big variety of patterns to select from. Call and let ua price and show them to you. ONE PIECE DRESSES A good line to select from In all the new models and makes. Prices from $8.00 to $35.00. I JOIN THE CLUB Something every man should wear PRESSED CLOTHES Beginning Monda \ Nov. 3, I will surface clean and press i one suit of clothes or overcoat?men's only?every week to club members, and make all minor repairs on same. Four Suits or Overcoats, per month, $2.50 This offer holds good until Saturday. Nov. 9. Better come in and sign up. All clothes must be in shop every week or you will lose the right for that week. SINGLE SUITS, $1.00 Bolter hurry ?this is your last chance. All work called for and delivered MILT BOTHWELL Phone 304 Seward Street r . || : Valentine's Jewelry Store ;;| t Keeps Everything Suitable for <? ! Wedding and Christmas Gifts " . Front Street Juneau o C W. YOUNG COMPANY Dealers in Mining, Fishing, Plumbing and Building Supplies Front Street Juneau I I CHARICK I ? 3 ? Jeweler *nd Optician W. R. WILLS general merchandise fresh seal shipt oysters Phone 4-9 LUDERFISK Orange, Lemon and Citron Peel l-l?H?t?H?!?t? 1 1 1 I I 1 H-I 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 11 1 1 111 1 1 1 1 111 1 1 111 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 THE CIRCLE CITY HOTEL j MRS. M. E. BERGMANN, Prop. : HEADQUARTERS fqr PROSPECTORS AND MINING MEN + | * ELECTRIC LIGHTED STEAM HEATED :: ; THIRD STREET JUNEAU, ALASKA;; -H"M M M-H-l-l-H 1 I 1 I 1 1 I 1 I 1 1 I I I 111 l'H-1 I I Mil 11111 H-H-H News Notes From Douglas Island LUCK OF A HUNTING PARTY. T HEAD WELL. Nov. 4. ? When it comes to n hard luck hunting story, the party consisting of Mark Smith, Charlie and Oscar Johnson, and Andy Loggergren, which tried to leave Treadwell on a hunting trip can certainly be given the grand prize. Arrangements had been mad& to have the Pacific take the party but ; she did not rotum in time, so the I Pacific's under, tudy, the Lotus, was I telephoned for. It turned out that the whlng-whang had got corroded and was stuck In the "do-funny," and the Lotus was on the sick list. Mark Smith then started on a still hunt for a row boat, but after searching from i^iwson Creek to Marmlon Island, he returned with the information that he couldn't find even a pickle boat on the island and that he was going to bed. The others, however, nothing daunt ed, awaited the first ferry which they took to Juneau, hiring an automobile to take them to the bar (not the kind with the polished top) and after a pleasant day's shooting returned homo ?minus the ducks. DOUGLAS ISLAND DOTS. DOUGLAS, Nov. 4.?As a boar hunter Billic Burko Ik a very consist ent performer. Saturday afternoon while inspecting the dam on the Treadwell ditch BlUlc came face to face with three bears?apparently the whole dam family. Billle tired a volley and fled, as he saw one bear coming toward him. The hunter trav eled so far the first twenty-two sec onds, it took him thirteen minutes to get back and when ho did return he found the bear dead. Instead of chasing him it had merely rolled down the hill in his direction. The feat was so easy that Blllie repeated the performance yesterday afternoon standing his ground, how ever. The first bear measured over six feet in length, but the second was not quite so large. The Humboldt arrived In port early this morning and after a short stay left for Juneau. August Aalto was a southbound passenger on the City of Seattle. Otto Stromberg loft on the City of Seattle for a trip to the States. Henry Brie returned from a bus iness trip to Haines, on tho City of Seattle. Sergeant De Long of the local ca ble olllce, and his wife spent the day yesterday at Sheep Creek. The Pacific Coast Steamship City of Seattle arrived at Treadwell at 1:30 p. m. yesterday, and after load ing a few tonB of concentrates con signed to the Tacoma smelter, left for Douglas with one first class pas senger and 13 second class. All the second class passengers were Monte negrins returning to their homes for the purpose of joining the army at present fighting the Turks. Yesterday was change day at the mines and a number of parties took advantage of the weather by climbing the hills or floating around the bay in motor boats. Bishop P. T. Rowe spent the morn ing yesterday in Douglas and con ducted services in the Episcopal church. The bishop will leave for the South on the Humboldt. Jimmy Cottrell, day clerk at the Hotel Hunter, was a visitor at Sheep Creek yesterday. Mike McDonnell, an engineer em ployed at the Ready Bullion, left on the City of Seattle for a business trip to the States. McDonnell's place will be taken by Mr. McPhcrson dur ing the former's vacation. Pat Callagay, who has been work ing at tho Alaska-Juneau mill, the past summer, has returned and will spend the winter on this side. As hirsute adornments are not in style, there have been no "whisker" bets so far on the election; every thing else haB been bet, however, from a necktie to a motor boat. Dave Housel is taking all bets. The entertainment given at the Treadwell Club on Saturday night was very largely attended and the aud ience was highly appreciative. The readings given by Mrs. James Vivian Davis showed her to be far from the amateur class In her line. Her words were clearly enunciated, being de livered with an ease and prepossess ing manner that betokens years of study and experience. A. J. Beck left ou a short vaca tion trip to the States yesterday, on the City of Seattle. Mr. McPherson, engineer at the "240" compressor room, returned from a vacation trip on the City of Seat tle. M.r McPherson has been absent six weeks. The Treadwell Club management has installed a telegraph instrument in connection with tho local cable of fice. This Is only temporary, being installed simply for tho purpose of receiving the election returns, which will be read and posted on the bul letin board Tuesday night. The pile driver, which has been at work for the past week repairing the City dock will probably finish the work today. Full election returns will be posted at the Little Douglas on Tuesday night. ??? j Auk Tribe, No. 7, I. O. R. M., will " give their fourth annual masquerade j on Thanksgiving eve, at Rod Men's j hall. j Full election returns will be posted j at the Little Douglas on Tuesday 3 night. ??? J Marine Notes The halibut schooner Rolf, Capt. Olson, Is in port with a load of her ring for bait. The Rolf touched at Petersburg on the way up. The launch Santa Rita left this morning for Snetlsham carrying freight and passengers. The Fox left this morning on her regular run to Kake and way ports. The Pollux completed taking stores and left for the halibut banks this morning. The launch Charles Stewart, Capt. Albert Peterson, arrived this morning from Kake. The Stewart Is engaged in the mild curing salmon Industry. The Alaska of the Wrangell mill company failed to get away yester day but is scheduled to leave today. H. T. Tripp's launch is again In port having returned yesterday. Jack Hayes, Fred F. Auer, and W. F. Pendergast of the Alaska road commission are guests at the Occi dental, having arrived from Haines on the City of Seattle yesterday. NEW ITALIAN PRUNES 1912 PACK In 10-Pound Boxes SANITARY GROCERY MR. KENEEDY GOES SOUTH. T. P. Kennedy, president of the First National bank of this city, was a southbound passenger on the City of Seattle last evening. Mr. Kennedy is enroute to San Fran cisco where he has been summoned to attend the marriage of his brother B. P. Kennedy, assistant superin tendent of the Treadwell company, to Miss Teressa Keenan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Keenan, of San Francisco. The wedding will occur on November 27. Jack Trompen left yesterday to take a position in the mechanical depart ment of the Perseverance Mine. Full election returns will be posted at the Little Douglas on Tuesday night. **? FEMMER & RITTER. See this Arm for all kinds of dray ing and hauling. We guarantee sat isfaction and reasonable priceB. Coal delivered promptly. Femnier & Rit ter's Express. Stand Burford's Cor ner. Phone 314. Residence phones 402 or 403. ??? Fresh kippered salmon at Gold stein's ??? COURT TERM 18 SET. j An order was made by Judgo Ly- 3 ona this morning setting the next J term of court for December 9. ] j McClusky's I'MM I I I I 1 I 1 1 I I I i 1 I I I I I 1 I The Louvre Bar :: )| A1 Carlson. Prop. .. [ \ Imported and Domestic .. :: LIQUORS AND CIGARS " !! RAINIER BEER ON DRAUGHT !! . . Phase S-3-6 Juneau <? LI I n 1 11 1 ! Ill I III I 111 111 1 !? I PHONE 9-4 FOR YOUR ;; i > TABLE WINES AND LIQUORS II ___i ? i > i > JUNEAU LIQUOR COMPANY :: INCORPORATED J J < ? < ? !i = ? ill If you vant the real thing in TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING SEE M. J. O'CONNOR A Perfect Fit or No Sale NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED M. J. O'CONNOR DOUGLAS 1 J. W. DORAN DRUGS PHONE 3 104 Second St. Juneau, Alaska I I I I I t I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I J : The Alaska Grill ?? ! The Best Appointed ! Place in Town jj ! Best of Everything Served 1! ! at Moderate Prices ;; 'l I ? ' M > I M I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I little. 1 nQpiaiiti ^fUamp Mm / WBSOLUTELY Self-Con? taincd; rctuly to operate on arrival; ^ M Coil reasonable; efficient and 1 durable; easily shipped to %/ remote points; ne+tla no special foundation. One patron write*: "We arousing a 85-mesh screen and mllllnir an average of lfl ton* of ore per 24-hoar day with each mill. Considering horsepower consumed L1TTLB GIANT STAMP MILLS are moat rapid crush - era ever *oen: prefer them to any other stamp mill on market." Information obtainable by address ing or calling on Seattle Construction & Drydock Company Dept.. K s?.ttu, a. 8. A. i ___J ? Ferro Engines Now carried in stock. Call and inspect samples Alaska Supply Co. Sale Agents JUNEAU ALASKA THE BEST LOAF OF <? | BREAD X In Alaska o ? Is Sold At | San Francisco Bakery j| t G. MESSEHSCHMILDT, Prop. Play Baseball Pocket Billiards at Burford's < > Juneau Transfer Co. !? COAL WOOD i: STORAGE i! < ? Moving Carefully Done ! I Baggage Our Long: Suit < ? < ? FRONT STREET \\ Next door to Raymond Co. < ' The Empire office for Job printing at all kinds.