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If you want the real thing in TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING j SEE M. J. O'CONNOR A Perfect Fit or No Sale NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED M. J. O'CONNOR DOUGLAS The Greatest Offer Ever Made to the PEOPLE OF DOUGLAS Three Superb Prizes Given Away """ Each Dollar Purchase Entitles You to One Chance in Big Drawing. Save Your Tickets I Have Just Received The Biggest Stock of Christmas Goods Ever Shipped Into Alaska. Come Early and Often PAUL BLOEDHORN DOUGLAS ALASKA II I I I I I I * I II It ?I? ?I I IMII I I I I I III I It t I I I II II It I I 11 I I ? i WINTER IS HERE ?? Get Your Heaters Ready. The Biggest and Best Line of Heat- ? ? ;; ers in Douglas Can Be Found at .. JULIUS JENSENS \ ; i n 11111111111 > 1111111111111111111111111111111 n i h I I 1 II I II I 1 I I I I 1 I M I 11 1 I 1 1 I M I I I I I 1 I 1 i I I I I i I i 1 II 1 I I I It' 1 THE ALASKA BAR JtnP?'T J The Only Place in Douglas to Get a Nice Cool Glass of Beer. Always ? ? Fresh and Pure !! 71 t.,| |?1 I lt [? i [ i |?: I 11 I n II H"H 111 l-I HIIHIIMIIII M 1 if : DOUGLAS OPERA HOUSE ? THE OLD RELIABLE STAND $ ? Something doing every minute. Free moving pictures, music J and Dutch Lunch Every Night. j ii i, t i t i,t tut,,?! i | ,i [ ,i ,| i .i?i .1 ,i .1,1 ,t .1l !? 1 l. l-l-M-l I I ?! 1 | THE CITY BAR J Three big prize* given away. Each purchase entitles the pur -j- chaser to one chance. Prize* will be awarded Dec. 24th, at 8 p. m. "j I DOUGLAS, ALASKA ?? 1111 ii 111 n i ii 111 in 1111111111111 ii i ii 11111111111111T ????????????????????????????????????????????????????? \ DON'T FORGET THE VICTOR \ t DOUGLAS, ALASKA o X We carry the best stock of Liquor that money can buy. Fam ? lly trade our specialty. CHAMBERS BROS., "BUTCHERS" Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Beef, Pork, Mutton, Fresh Veal. Fish, Poultry and Game In Season Phone 1-0 WE SOUCIT YOUR PATRONAGE DOUGLAS I 1 I I I!! I I I 1 III III ill ! 1 ! 1 ! Ill I I i ! III 1 til III III IN HI t"jr f COUGHLIN & DAHL II Dealer* In Fancy and Staple Groceries. B. & M. Tamales, and Seal shlpt Oysters. II II FRONT STREET DOUGLAS ;; 1 1 | Ml I 11 I 1 I I 1 1 II 1 I 1 1 I I t I 1 I 1 I 1 I I I 1 I I I 1 1 I I I 1 III 1 I 111 I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I I I T. A P. AFRICH ? Dealers In 11 GENERAL MERCHANDISE ! DOUGLAS ST. ANN'S AVENUE ALASKA ;; I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I M I I I I I I I ?I I 1 I M-I I l I I I I 1 i 1 1 1 fl-l-l-fl I l = The City Bakery ;i Joseph Riedl, Prop. '* *? We have the reputation of pro- " y ducing the best bread in Douglas ?? T Sanitary Bakery Methods !! I! FREE DELIVERY ;; Parties Supplied With Made-to- '' ' ] Order Dainties Your Patronage Solicited I! Douglas )) ;1111111IiimII 111111111? W. H. SULLY UNDERTAKER Manufacturer of Store and Office Fixtures DOUGLAS -I- I-I -I I' I -I-I I I? ? I? ? 1 ? ? I? ? I? ? H-I-H-I.'H-H->-' ? ORPHEUMi! THEATRE :: SPICKETT & McIVER, Prop*. " I:: DOUGLAS - ALASKA !! :: Advanced Vaudeville jj and Motion Pictures !: :: TRUST FILMS j| ;; Best by Test ;; :: VAUDEVILLE :: 11 Every Night ? ? 1111111! 11111111 m m i n i Sparks From Douglas DOUGLAS, Nov. 23.?Lawrence Er lckson went South on the Spokane this morning, to purchase a companion for his horse "Mutt." Unitod Harvest Home Services will be held tomorrow morning in St. Luke's Eplscol church at 10:30 a.m. The pastor and people of tho Congre gational church have been Invited to unite in this special service. The church will be fittingly decoratod. The boys' vest choir of Trinity church, Juneau, will be present and will as sist with tho music. Everyone is most cordially welcome. Tho service will begin at 10:30 a. m. sharp, in stead of at 11 o'clock. Howard B. Slightnm, the solo choir boy, will sing alone during the offertory. Although yesterday was one of the worst days of the season, the bazaar at the Congregational church was a grand success. The ladies realized about $200 in all, and deserve great praise for their good work. The regular weekly show will be on at the Treadwell Club this eve ning. l^owrence ErickBon, Douglas' hust ling young transfer man, left on the Spokane today for Seattle. The ob pect of the trip is to get a motor truck to take care of his increasing busi ness. Mr. Erickson says he will give a Kelly motor truck a try-out and If It suits him he will bring it up. He ex pects to be gone two or three weeks, i fTlSpecially engaged for the Orpheum Suuday performance. Miss Gertrude Rowan, pianist, Mrs. Watson and Mrs. Troutow, sollsts?Reserved Beats at Hubbard's It is reported that - Ed Dunn has sold his property in Douglas and will move to Pish Egg, Alaska, to en gage in the Ashing business. Mike Dahl left this morning for Hoonah on the steamer Georgia. Mr. Fischer, the popular Douglas barber. Is on the sick list. John Peterson left this morning in his boat, the Oulu, for Tenakee Hot Springs. Mr. Krank .Simpson received a tele gram this morning saying that his father, who was 82 years old, had died in San Diego. Mr. Simpson probably died of old age, and is survived by three sons, one living in San Fran cisco. one in Pasadena and Frank Simpson of this city. The Sey family have entirely re covered from their recent Illness. No new cases have been reported and the families on the island can rest easily now. There was a fracas this morning in the Salt Lake Bar, between Black ey and Andrew Anderson, in which Anderson came off second best. Black ey had a hearing at 2 p. m. before Jugde Henson. Fitz Montey, who has been employed as fireman at the Mexican, loft on the Spokane for a trip to Tacoma. Nick Lee, former shift bosB at the Mexican mine, left on the Georgia this morning for a month's outing at Tenakee. Geo. Smith is employed as shift boss at the Mexican mine. Ruby Kidd Hile, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hile, died at 2 o'clock this morning. Ruby was a bright little girl of four years and has been very sick for about a month. The fu neral will be held at 2 p. m. tomor row from the Odd Fellows' hall. Rev. Jones will conduct services. TREAT FOR DOUGLAS. The patrons of the Douglas Opera House will have a rare treat on Sat urday and Sunday evenings. "Clio and Phyletes" in two reels will be shown. Introducing the greatest bat tle scene ever produced. Don't miss 1L ??? $100 REWARD. A reward will be paid for informa; tion that will lead to the arrest and conviction of the persona who broke into a building: and stole a gasoline engine from Nevada creek. M. S. HUDSON. Keep your coupons and remember the time, day and place. ??? When you buy at the "Little Doug las" you have a guarantee that all goods are absolutely pure and stand proof. ??? Have you seen them? Beautiful IVORY CARVING SETS at W. H. CASE. tf. An L. C. SMITH visible Typewriter, of the latest model, for sale; in good condition, apply H. M. Borwn, box "D" Juneau. 6L New designs in white and gold chinaware. In sets and open Btock. I. J. SHARICK. I I I I I I I I I I U I I I I I I I I I I I I I; j Personal Mention] i Ti 111111111 c 1111111111111' i Attorney J. H. Cobb sailed from Seattle for Valdez on the Mariposa on Nov'. 16. On the steamer also were CapL E. T. Burnctte and At torney Albert Fink. Capt. Barnette will be tried at the forthcoming term of court at Valdez, at which Judge Lyons will preside, on an indictment charging misappropriation of funds of the defunct Washington-Alaska bank, of Fairbanks. Captain Hill Barrington remained in Skagway and will come South on the Alki. ? Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Bold are en route to Ketchikan from Skagway, hr.ving taken passage on the Spokane. Mr. Bold will have charge of the Pacific Coast office at Ketchikan. Judge Gunnison accompanied by his wife and son, and his mother, took passage on the Spokane this morning for Seattle. They expect to return on the next trip of the same boat. James F. Hagen, of Alaska and Washington, and C. Caine, of San Francisco, who have been at Lynn canal points for a wekk or two, were passengers on the Spokane this morn ing, en route to Seattle. Percy Pond, son of E. P. Pond, who was injured while coasting on Nov. 9, is not improving as rapidly as could be desired. He is still confined to the house. J. H. Cobb left Seattle Nov. 16 to attend court at Valdez. He is ex pected in Juneau on Nov. 27. BLACKSMITH ? Thorough work man in all lines of the trade, wants position. Address X.Y.Z. Empire of fice. Newest styles in IVORY JEWELRY just in at W. H. CASE. tf. Beautiful sets ladies' furs for the wife, sister or sweetheart, at W. H. CASE. tf. Royal Typewriters, for rent or sale, W. H. CASE, the Typewriter man. tf. A full assortment of Old Ivory Chlnaware at I. J. SHARICK. To Juneau patrons: I wish to announce that I am pre pared to give prompt and elficlent service in delivering, coal hauling freight, baggage, etc. HILARY McKANNA TRANSFER Phone Order 6-7 or 55 tf LOST?Gold handled umbrella en graved initial M. W. T. Reward re turn to Taylor'B candy parlor. 3t. 11111111111111111111111111 Marine Notes ;; 11111111111111111111111it The Alkl will probubly arrive on Monday night. The Georgia sailed for Sitka this morning. Thd Spokane arrived from Skag-1 way at 9 a. m. today and depart for; the South at 10:30. The Mariposa is due from the west- j ward on Tuesday. The Spokane took out 50 boxes | of halibut. No movements among fishing craft. On the trip down this time the Spo kane will call at Kllllsnoo, Kake and Bud bay. NORTHWESTERN SAILS TONIGHT Steamship Northwestern, of the Alaska Steamship Compauy, will sail for Cordova tonight calling at Ju neau. The Northwestern is due here Nov. 27. Judge Lyons and other officials will be passengers for Valdez. Today he received a telegram in answer to one sent, from R. W. Baxter, stating the steamer would certainly call here on Nov. 27. YUKON SAILS TONIGHT. Steamer Yukon sails from Seattle tonight for Juneau and way ports. Beer made In a church, at Lockio McKinnon's tf. i Remember your Christmas attire. It pays to patron ize home industry. Besides you get up-to-date clothes. Plenty of patterns to select from. F. WOLLAND 2nd St. Phone 6-6 THE REPUBLIC I Anderson & Ringnctte, Props. Noted for thnir fine liquors and ' choice Imported wines. They have just received an immense stock of fancy goods for the holiday trade. Don't Forget the Number DOUGLAS ? ? - ALASKA i???????????????5 4 ?t?Tnii titwiT ?1 -tu "?w'"'?j"u???inmrniin?m?n?r?rn^?tm??a?*j WE WANT TO DO OUR SHARE Towards supplying your fall and winter needs, at the very lowest price and with merchan dise that can be depended on and with reliable and up-to-date goods WE GUARANTEE OUR GOODS AND PRICES DEPARTMENTS ARE NOW COMPLETE IN ALL LINES LADIES' COATS We received on the last boat twenty-five new models. In Chinchilla, Bouches, Cheviots and fancy mixtures. Prices $10.00 to $35.00 "LADIES' HEAVY WOOL CRAVENETTE COATS in grey, tan, brown, Navy and Scotch mixtures. SPECIAL PRICE while they last $8.00 RAIN COATS A Special in ladies' tan colored Rain Coat. Double texture, square shoulder, outside pockets, mili tary band collar. Special .$6.50 LADIES' SUITS" A big line to select from. Made of all the new cloths, "strictly man tailored," and the very newest of Fall and Winter models. Prices $17.50 to $45.00 LADIES' ONE-PIECE DRESSES Never in the store's history have we had the large varied line for you to select from as now. Prices range from $6.50 UP LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S FURS In Near-Seal, Coney, Russian mink, Japanese mink, Isabella fox, Muffleu, Iceland fox and REAL MINK. Price $3.50 to $315.00 Set LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR AND HOSIERY In these lines, our stock is bubbling with good values. We carry the very best makes and have priced them at the lowest possible price. HOLIDAY FANCY WORK PACKAGES Get the Busy Bee needle outfit, which contains mater ial complete with one book suggestion in shadings. Price 25c and 50c D. M. C. EMBROIDERY PACKAGES In Combination, Gowns, Chemise, Corset Covers and Infant's Dresses. These goods are all ready made, stamped and ready to embroidery. Prices 75c, $1.00 and $1.50 LEATHER GOODS OF ALL KINDS I I II 1 1 III III :-H I I III I !? 1 M i 1 III III 111 III III I I 1 I 1 11 You'll be delighted with the new styles we :: :: offer for young men in our showing of Hart, Schaffer & Marx ? ? Varsity Models :: Smartest, liveliest, snappiest lot of new clothes :: :: you ever saw, and they fit :: :: Our new line of hats now on exhibition :: Call in and look them over. " I 1 'I"I ?!? I"! I I 1 I M I I I I'M 1"I"I I I 1 1 1 I I 1 I i I 1 I I 1 1 1 III I 1 1 1 l-I M II r ? ~ r , (nik.-Ar HILLS BROS/ COFFEE, PARADISE CRACKERS AND DANISH BUTTER A few ot our Grocery Uepurtnieni Teutures fresh fruits and fresh vegetables arriving on every boat ? ? * i H? I Wc Are Exclusive Agents for NETTLETON SHOES ^^^J Royal Worcester and Bon Ton Corsets $1.00 to $10.00 ^^oJUNERU.PiLASKA, Pictorial Review Patterns 10c and 15c <j BATH ROBES 55.00 to $20 CLASSIFIED. FURNISHED ROOMS ? To rent. Call phone 3-4-8-3. 6t. WOMAN?Wants washing to take home. Phone 3-4-83. 3t. -H 11 I H M 11M I ' M M 1 I I I I I I I The Unique Millinery I LADIES' I FURNISHINGS J I M H-H. M-I"1-H"I"1"M"1 I I 1111' 1-F DouglasRollerRink Open for Skating 2:30 to 5 p. m. and Every Evening I Douglas Hand Laundry o K. WYEMURA, Prop. <? Opposite Douglas Opera House o Phone 2-7 Baths 25 Cents < [ DOUGLAS STANDARD SIZES AND THE LATEST STYLES LADIES' SHOES-MEN'S SHOES New Goods For the Rainy Season SANDSTROM & HEIDORN Seward Street C W. YOUNG COMPANY Dealers in Mining, Fishing, Plumbing and Building Supplies Front Street Juneau W. R. WILLS general merchandise fresh seal shipt oysters Phono 4-9 LUDERFISK Orange, Lemon and Citron Peel I I CHARICK/ I ? J ? kJ Jcwclrr and I Optician * ? > <? PHONE 9-4 FOR YOUR ? i > I TABLE WINES AND LIQUORS I . < ? ? < > JUNEAU LIQUOR COMPANY i: J INCORPORATED J| ? < ? ?