A New Shipment of Ladies* and Children's Cloaks
NEW SILK IN POPLIN, 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
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For Christmas* and everyday use.
In this line we have all colors and qualities.
All wool waists, $2.00 to $3.75.
To At. 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 cravenetted, wool and cotton
Prices from $6.00 to $35.00.
In thin one line we have a well se
lected stock and carry all the house
wife requires. Prices are right.
UNDERWEAR FOR LADIES,
MISSES AND CHILDREN
Wo carry all tho real serviceable and prac
tical makes. We have all prices.
All kinds and makes. Prices from $7.60
set to $315.00 set
Kimonos, dressing saqucs and batb robes.
I. c ? n r ~ ?. 1 hills bros.' coffee, paradise crackers and danish butter, fresh fruits un a i r'J I
A few of Our Grocery Department Features and fresh vegetables arriving on every boat Oregon Apple Cider
on VOI OTT IfOt
Ladies vests and pants. Cotton fleeced
and bleached. 65c garment, $1.25 suit.
MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S
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
A very good selection in little neck pieces
and sets. Priced $3.50 to $10.00
Bon Ton Corsets
$1.00 to $10.00
10 cts. and 15 cts.
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Wo carry all the now novoltioB as well as
the staples and and the prices are the same
as In large towns.
One yard wide Skinner satin, $1.25.
A big variety of patterns to select from.
Call and let us price and show them to you.
ONE PIECE DRESSES
A good line to select from in all the ne^
models and makes.
Prices from $8.00 to $35.00.
C. W. YOUNG COMPANY
Mining, Fishing, Plumbing
and Building Supplies
Front Street Juneau
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: Valentine's Jewelry Store ?
* Keeps Everything Suitable for
* Wedding and Christmas Gifts X
X Front Street Juneau |
I W. R. WILLS general merchandise
fresh seal shipt oysters
Phone 4-9 LL'DERFISK Orange, Lemon and Citron Peel
I I CHARICK
li J? kj Jeweler and
PHONE 9-4 FOR YOUR |
TABLE WINES AND LIQUORS j
; JUNEAU LIQUOR COMPANY I
I J. W. DORAN j
PHONE 3 ;'
*04 Second St. Juneau, Alaska
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? Tke Alaska Grill::
The Beit Appointed
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| Best of Everything Served !!
! at Moderate Prices
SPARKS FROM DOUGLAS ISLAND
DOUGLAS. Nov. 13.?Word was re
ceived on the Inst Jefferson that D.
Webster, manager of the Treadwell
store, stood the trip to Seattle quite
well but was not improved in health.
There will be a meeting of the fire
men at the Treadwell club this eve
ning. After the meeting Hose Com
I pany. No. 6, will entertain with a pro
?gram and refreshments. Douglas fire
men are invited.
E. C. Kllburn, a brother of Wm.
Kilburn, the shift boss at the Tread
well mine, was an arrival on the Jef
Bert Graham left' yesterday for a
few weeks' vacation at Tenakee.
Ed Atchison, of the cyanide plant,
has .entered SL Ann's hospital a vic
tim of the grli.
J. K. Woods, an old-tlmo resident
of Treadwell, returned from Valdez
on the Mariposa and has accepted a
position with the electrical force.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Burk entertained
at dinner last evening.
Miss Bertha Rledl, a sister of Geo.
Itiodi, who was operated on for ap
pcndlcitis, will leave the Weyerhorst
hospital this week.
Frank Mull, formerly employed at
the Treadwell barber shop, returned
on the Jefferson from the States.
Today is ladles' day at the Tread
well swimming tank.
Odin Hewit underwent an opera
tion for tumor in his arm at the Wey
erhorst hospital yesterday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Manners and daugh
ter, Miss Elsie, were southbound pas
sengers on the Jefferson for their
home in California.
The flooring is being laid in the
now gymnasium at Treadwell, which
will soon be completed.
Anler Wasdahl, alias "240" Swede,
will sing his favorite song at the lire
men's smoker tonight.
May and Esther Cashen are rejoic
ing over a new "Armstrong" piano
bought by their father Mr. Jerry Ca
Henry Van Holder, of the Mexican,
was operated on by Dr. Weyerhorst
yesterday, for blood-poisoning in his
James Daniels, foreman at the Mex
ican mill, is expected home on the
next trip of the Spokane.
Mrs. W. Schramm received Blight
injuries by falling down the slippery
sidowalk yesterday morning.
Mrs. Burry and baby will leave the
Weyerhorst hospital this week.
J. Hopper and family came from
Skagway on the Jefferson to make
their home in Douglas.
The City of Rome has been put into
its winter quarters on Mayflower isl
The Orpheum theatre in Douglas, as
conducted by Splckett & Mclvor, is
having phenomenal success. The pat- -
ronage is so strong that Mclvor has ,
determined to have a full vaudeville j
performance every night from now j
SPECIAL NOTICE. !
The Douglas skating rink will be -
reserved for natives exclusively on j
Wednesday nights. 2L -j
ARMSTRONG & BROWN. ?
FISH TRAPS CLAIMED TO BE A MENACE
A petition asking for the abolition
of fish traps in Alaska waters is be
ing circulated among the natives of
the coast by O. M. Pleym, a fisherman.
Other petitions are hdng generally
circulated with the Bame object in
view. It is claimed that the fish traps
are a menace to the food supply of
the natives, and that under the pres
ent system they threaten to deplete
the waters of samlon and thus serious
ly Injure a most Important industry
and deprive many white, as well as
native fishermen, of the means of
making a livelihood.
The petitions will be presented to
CongreSB and the territorial legisla
ture, and a native delegation, it is
said will go to Washington.
The official returns are not all in as
yet. but the precincts to be heard
from- will not make any material
chunge in the standing of tho candi
dates. The only precinct of import
ance not reported is Craig on Prince
of Wales island. The Socialists will
likely have the largest vote there when
the returns come in. The returns
from Sulzer were received yesterday
but brought no change in the Shoup
Heck race for position in the legisla
ture. as neither of them received a
vote in the precinct.
Stubbins who was in the lead on
the non-partisan ticket by one vote,
drops into second place with Tanner
leading by the same margin. The
vote of Sulzer increases Tanner to
848; Stubbins. 847; Shoup the low
man on the ticket has 626, while
Reck, the high Progressive, has 596.
Appended is the vote of Sulzer.
Tripp 7, Tanner 9, Valentine 0. Le
Fevre 0, Bland 13, Swanson 11, Inger
soll 9, Shoup 0, Stubbins 7, Svlnd
seth 7, Thompson 9, Reck 0, Dawes
10, Olson 0. Thomas 1, Tweit 11, Nol
land 11, Heath 11, Stukey 11; total 21.
THE NEW THEATRE.
Tho new Orpheum theatre that is
being erected on lower Main street, is
progressing rapidly. Yesterday the
steam heating system was being in
stalled and it looks now as if the show
house will be opened before Christ
Mr. Spickett states that he had
wired for talent and that the contract
had been closed making it possible
to open the theatre by December 20,
providing the building 1b finished.
COURT TERM IN
The term of court which opens here
on Decmber 9, will be presided over
by Judge Peter D. Overfleld of the
Third division, while Judge Lyons
will hold court at Valdez. The most
important cases set for trii at that
place are tho Washington-Alaska bank
- cases, in which Capt. E. T. Barnette
and others have been indicted on var
Judge Overfleld will open a term of
court at Cordova on Dec. 14, where
there are a number of cases to be
tried, among them that of the United
States against Joseph F. Diggs, form
er postmaster of Cordova, who is
charged with ombezzlement of post
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Jim McCluskey will make a trip to
his old home in Wisconsin after vis
iting with his family in Seattle.
John McCloskey, of the Germania,
left on the Jefferson for a visit in
A. H. Bradford, the mining engin
eer, took passage on the Jefferson for
Dave Terwilliger left on the Jeff
erson last night for a short stay in
J. E. Moulton, the traveling sales
man for a large hardware establish
ment, went south on the Jefferson
HUNT'S DEATH j
The Alaska-GaBtineau Company, <
under the direction of Manager Thane, *
has prepared a statement setting forth j
in detail all of the facts obtainable ,
about Wm. Hunt, who was killed at |
the Sheep creek workings on Sunday,
the statement also recounts the man- j
ucr in which the accident occurred. ]
Mr. Hunt entered the employ of ?
the company on October 9, and con
tinued in its employ up to the time
or tho oooidont. which has already '
been described. <
To a sister in the hospital, with J
whom he talked shortly before he J
died, Mr. Hunt stated that he was <
51 years of ago and unmarried; that <
he had relatives in London and in ^
Kent, England. Dr. Mahone, who in
attendance, states that death result
ed from shock caused by the injuries
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Horace V. Sully, who had known him I
a year. Mr. Sully states that Mr. ?
Hunt was English and that his pa- ^
rents lived at 21 Barring Road Brix- ?
ton, London. Mr. Sully believes the !
father is now dead. *
Letters found In deceased's person- ?
al effects would indicate that ho .
owned a farm at North Situate Rhode I
Mr. Hunt at the time of his death ?
had a small account in the Behrend'B
bank of Juneau, also an account in ?
the Five Cent Savings Bank of Boston. ?
This statement from which these I
facts have been taken is filed with j
the United States Court Commission- -j
er. in Juneau. ]
Mr. Thane states that every effort ]
had been made to communicate with i
deceased's relatives but without sue- J
cess. The company will retain pos- 1
session of deceased's personal cffoctp j
pending future developments. -i
Special prices on Holiday goods. <
W. H. Case. tf J
WANTED?Girl as operator at tele- J
phone office. Apply to Edward Web- <
stcr, Manager. <
If you want the real thing in
M. J. O'CONNOR
A Perfect Fit or No Sale
NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED
M. J. O'CONNOR DOUGLAS
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WINTER IS HERE
Get Your Heaters Ready. The Biggest and Best Line of Heat- ? 1
! ers in Douglas Can Be Found at < .
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: THE ALASKA BAR "?2r ii
[ The Only Place In Douglas to Get a Nice Cool Glass of Beer. Always ? ?
Fresh and Pure !!
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DOUGLAS OPERA HOUSE
THE OLD RELIABLE STAND W
Something doing every minute. Free moving pictures, music J J
and Dutch Lunch Every Night. **
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DOUGLAS, ALASKA !!
? Three big prizes given away. Each purchase entitles the pur
j chaser to one chance. Prizes will be awarded Dec. 24th, at 8 p. m.
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DON'T FORGET THE VICTOR j
We carry the best stock of Liquor that money can buy. Fam- J'
lly trade our specialty. < <
DOUGLAS, ALASKA o
CHAMBERS BROS., "BUTCHERS"
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in .
Beef, Pork, Mutton, Fresh Veal. Fish, Poultry and Game
Phono 1-0 WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE DOUGLAS
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: SPICKETT & McIVER, Prop.. !!
! DOUGLAS - ALASKA "
; Advanced Vaudeville
: and Motion Pictures ;j
: TRUST FILMS
Best by Test ;
j VAUDEVILLE NIGHTS
! Sunday and Thursday
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Douglas Hand Laundry o
K. WYEMURA, Prop. <?
Opposite Douglas Opera House <>
Phone 2-7 Baths 25 Cents <I
Open for Skating
2:30 to 5 p. m. and Every Evening
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::The City Bakery:;
Joseph Riedi, Prop. ||
t We have the reputation of pro* ||
? ? ducing the best bread In Douglas "
;; Sanitary Bakery Methods II
FREE DELIVERY ;;
? ? Parties Supplied With Made*to* j*
Order Dainties ..
;; Your Patronage Solicited II
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W. H. SULLY
Manufacturer of Store and
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