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A New Shipment of Ladies* and Children's Cloaks
NEW SILK IN POPLIN, MESSAUNE 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 this line we have all colors and qualities.
All wool waists. S2.00 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 allk cravenotted, wool and cotton
rubberized.
Prices from $6.00 to $35.00.
DOMESTICS
In this ono line wo have a well se
lected stock and carry all the house
wife requires. Prices are right.
UNDERV/EAR FOR LADIES,
MISSES AND CHILDREN
We carry all the real serviceable and pra
tlcal makes. We have all prices.
FURS! FURS!
All kin(l? and makeB. Prices from $7.50
set to $315.00 set
c- JAPANESE
Kimonos, dressing s&iues and bath robes.
Just received.
I, c , ~ rp. . . p ? ? hills bros.' coffee, paradise crackers and danish butter, fresh fruits ur\ 1 I I
A Few of Our Grocery Department features and fresh vegetables arriving on every boat Oregon Apple Cider
SPECIAL
l.adles vests and pants. Cotton tleeced
and bleached. 65c garment. 51.25 suit.
MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S
COATS
In all the leading models and colors. We
have them in ages from one-half year to
age 14. Prices $1.75 to $12.00.
MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S
FURS
A very good selection in little neck pieces
and sets. Priced $3.50 to $10.00
Royal Worcester
and
Bon Ton Corsets
$1.00 to $10.00
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Pictorial Review
Pattern
10 cts. and 15 cts.
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SILKS! SILKS!
Wo carry all the new novelties a? well as
the staples and and the prices are the same
as in large towns.
Ono yard wide Skinner satin, $1.25.
KIMONA CLOTHS
A big variety of patterns to select from,
('all and let us 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.
JOIN THE CLUB
Something every man should wear I
PRESSED CLOTHES
Beginning Mondav, 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 J
Better hurry ?this is your last chance. All work called for and delivered 1
MILT BOTHWELL '
Phone 304 Seward Street J
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W. R. WILLS general merchandise
fresh seal shipt oysters
Phone 4-9 LUDERFISK Orange, Lemon and Citron Peel
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MRS. M. E. BERGMANN, Prop.
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News Notes From Douglas Islandj
NON-PARTISAN
ON ISLAND
DOUGLAS, Nov. 6.?Complete re
urns from Treadwell and Douglas
ihow that a large vote was cast In
)oth places, and that the non-parti
tan ticket leads by substantial major
ties. Following Is the vote In de
ail:
The big election Is over, and a
arger vote was polled on the Island
:han had been expectod. There were
[08 votes cast at Treadwell with the
ollowing results: for senator?H. T.
rrlpp 67; J. M. Tanner 70, E. Val
entine 45, H. B. Le Fevre 30, G. F.
Bland 4, Carl A. Swanson 5. House?
fohn Reck 47, L. P. Dawes 34, Mar
tin Olson 37, A. W. Thomas 35, C.
E. Ingersoll CO, A. G. Shoup 52, Wil
liam Stubbinu 71, N. I. Svindseth CO,
Peter Tweit 5, John Noland 5, E. A.
Heath 5, and Geo. W. Stukcy 4.
Douglas with 202 votes went as fol
lows: for Benator?H. T. Tripp 157,
J. H. Tanner 148, E. Valentine 110,
H. B. LeFevre 9G, G. V. Bland 40, C.
A. Swanson 41. House?C. E. Inger
soli 134, A. G. Shoups 11G, William
Stubbins 183, W. J. Svindseth 132,
John Keck 100, L. P. Dawes 83, Mar
tin Olson 112, A. W. Thomas 8G, Peter
Tweit 40, John Noland 37, E. A. Heath
38, and G. W. Stukey 45.
DOUGLAS DOTS.
There will be a dance at the Tread
well Cliib tonight.
The Orpheuin theatre will open to
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morrow night instead of tonight, as ?
was planned. 2
A large sized delegation will leave 2
Trendwell and Douglas for the Klks' J
smoker in Juneau tonight. 4
Harry Jordan, the Island's foremost J
Democrat, stated last night that he 2
felt younger than he had for fifty- 1
years. 4
The street hus needed repairing for
so long in front of James' Sawmill,
has ut last been repaired.
GUESSING CONTEST.
T..ere will be a certain object in
the liaberdnshery window from Tues
day evening until Saturday night's
closing time. The first person guess
ing the right object will call at the
Alaska Drug Store and receive a ten
dollar gold Jewel.
L. L. MULLIGAN. Gt.
BIG DEVELOPMENTS
ARE PROMISED
William Spencer, the underground ,
iuperintendent of tho Utah Copper
Company, who had been up hero for
lomo linn; looking over the proper
ies of the Alaska-Gastlneau Company
or the purpose of looking over tho
properties, will be a passenger on
he Alameda southbound tonight.
Mr. Spencer speaks in glowing
:erms of the outlook for Juneau and
iricinity. Referring to the properties
.vhich came under his observation he
?aid that they were grand.
"This proposition is a big thing,"
le said, "a tremendous development
that must inevitably result in great
good to Juncuu. It means lots for
the men who labor for a living and
a great deal for the business man
who must Bupply their wants.
"Not only will the large undertak
ings of these companies under Mr.
Thane produce great results for this
town, but an added stimulus will bo
giveu to the development of other
good properties in adjacent territory.
The developments now under way
while on a large scale are really the
opening wedge that will develop this
great mineral zone."
Marine Notes
The Alameda Is due hero, south
bound, at & o'clock.
The launch Thistle arrived today
with a cargo of mild-cured salmon.
The launch Dick came in from the
banks yesterday with a cargo of hal
ibut and Mill leave for the Ashing
grounds again tomorrow morning.
The launch Caesar after being on
the beach lor u week undergoing re
pairs, le.'* this morning with a log
ging outfit for Gambler Bay.
H. Matisoi returned from Warm
Springs lust i ight in his speedy llt'.ie
launch.
The Dolphin arrived this afternoon
from Skagway, southbound.
NEW SHEET METAL WORKS
G. K. Gilbert, who formerly con
ducted a plumbing and sheet metal
works at Cordova has moved his en
tiro outfit to Juneau. This morning
ho established himself in a new build
ing on lower Franklin street, near
the steam laundry.
Miss Gertrude Hurlbut, who under
went an operation for appendicitis,
is now out of danger and rapidly re
covering at St. Anne's hospital.
CLASSIFIED.
WANTED?Girl for general house
work in small family. Telephone
9-0-2, Juneau.
SALMON PACK
THIS YEAR
Tho clerk of the district court has
received partial returns showing the
season's pack, from the fishing in
dustries of Alaska for this district.
There are a great many canneries
yet to hear from.
Tho reports received are as fol
lows: Admirality Trading Company,
at Gambler Bay, 33S22 cases; Hoon
ah Packing Company, at Hoonah, 46,
247 cases; Pacific American Fisher
ies, at Excursion Inlet, 100,864 cases;
Sanborn & Cram Company, at Bur
nett Inlet, 22,697 cases; Irving Pack
ing Company, at Karhceny, 27,715
cases.
All of the returns were accompan
ied with checkB for full amounts of
tho tax levy at four cents per case.
NEWS NOTES.
Commissioner Kirberger, who re
signed his oliice nt Kake, has been
succeeded by G. J. Beck.
Judge Stnckpole. commissioner of
Ketchikan, was relieved by N. A.
Robertson during Judge Stackpole's
absence in the East.
An order was issued by Judge Lyon
while at Ketchiknn establishing a
commissioner at Craig with Oran
Kilty as flrst incumbent.
Mrs. W. H. Brltt and Jacob Britt,
wife and son of W. H. Britt, will
leave for the South on the Alameda
tonight. Mrs. Britt will spend the
winter In Portland.
EXTENSION OE
WIRELESS SYSTEM
A wireless station will bo installed
within the next two months by the !
Alguncian Mining Company, operat- ,
ing the Jualin Mine, according to a
statement made today by L. Uhl, con
struction engineer for the Marconi
Wireless Company in Alaska. It
will be a Ave kilowat station.
The Marconi Company are also fig
uring on replacing the Juneau wire
less plant with a 15 kilowat plant,
early next spring. Improvements are
also contemplated at the Ketchikan
station.
PERSONAL MENTION.
Judge J. H. Cobb will leave today ?
for Seattle en route to Valdez to at- .
tend the term of court which will J
open there on Nov. 14. He is com- ?
polled to make this roundabout trip ?
owing to having missed the west- [
bound steamer yesterday. He ex- |
pects to return about Dec. 1.
Prof. T. L. Latimer, a former prin- \
cipal of the Juneau high school, and j
now head of the department of eco- <
nomics, in the University of Minne- *,
sota, was a candidate for Congress, on *
the Socialist ticket. ?
Capt. Harry Lott, the Sheep Creek
mining man, was in town last night. j
A. J. Boone, of Douglas, was a vis
itor in Juneau today.
Berry's Store
FOR
Christmas Umbrellas
ALL COLORS
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TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING
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M. J. O'CONNOR
A Perfect Fit or No Sale
NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED
M. /. O'CONNOR DOUGLAS
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J. W. DORAN
DRUGS
PHONE 3
104 Second St. Juneau, Alaska
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tainedi ready to operate
on arrival;
^ Colt reasonable; efficient and
I durable; easily shipped to
%/ remote poinu; needs no
special foundation.
One patron write*: "Wo nro tiling
a 33-me*h aereen and milling an
average of 1(1 ton* of ore per 21-honr
day with each mill. Con alder Ins
bonepower oommmed LITTT.K GIANT
STAMP MILLS are moat rapid eruah
or* ever aeon: prefer them to any
other *tamp mill on market."
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Ferro Engines
Now carried in stock. Call
nnd inspect'samples
Alaska Supply Co.
Sale Agents
JUNEAU ALASKA
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