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If you want the real thing in
TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING
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M. J. O'CONNOR
A Perfect Fit or No Sale
NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED
j 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 f
DOUGLAS ALASKA I
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; WINTER IS HERE
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! THE ALASKA BAR *??T j
" The Only Place in Douglas to Get a Nice Cool Glass of Beer. Always ? ?
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: DOUGLAS OPERA HOUSE \
? THE OLD RELIABLE STAND %
? Something doing every minute. Free moving pictures, music ?
? and Dutch Lunch Every Night. ?
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! THE CITY BAR
Three big prizes given away. Each purchase entitles the pur- T
-? chaser to one chance. Prizes will be awarded Dec. 24th, at 8 p. m. T
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DOUGLAS, ALASKA ?
? We carry the best stock of Liquor that money can buy. Fam- ^
? ily trade our specialty. ?
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CHAMBERS BROS., "BUTCHERS"
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Beef, Pork. Mutton, Fresh Veal. Fish, Poultry and Game
In Season
Phono 14) WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE DOUGLAS
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COUGHLIN & DAHL
T Dealers in Fancy and Staple Groceries, B. & M. Tamales, and Seal- ..
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<iENERAL MERCHANDISE
DOUGLAS ST. ANN'S AVENUE ALASKA ;;
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|The City Bakery;:
Joseph Riedi, Prop. II
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ducing the best bread in Douglas ??
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+ Parties Supplied With Made-to- ??
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+ Douglas
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W. H. SULLY
UNDERTAKER
Manufacturer of Store and
Office Fixtures
DOUGLAS
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THEATRE
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Sparks From
Douglas
DOUGLAS, Nov. 26.?The Humboldt
is due from the South at midnight to
night.
Mrs. Claude Brown and son, Earle,
were southbound passengers on tho
Mariposa last evening.
Mr. George James, who has been
spending a month with his family in
Seattle is a returning pasenger on
the Humboldt tonight.
The smoker given by the Treadwell
firemen at the club last evening
drew the usual good crowd. Dancing,
singing and wrestling filled the pro
gram for the evening with a number
of recitations by Joe Bruner and
"Happy" Welch.
H. L. Graves went to Ketchikan on
the Mariposa last evening.
James Daniels, who accompanied
his little bay Albert to California
about a month ago, is a returning pas
senger on the Humboldt.
James Davidson is returning from
Seattle on the steamer Humboldt
The A. B.'s will hold a rousing
meeting this evening putting several
chechakoes over the trail.
Dr. C. C. Finley, who has located
in Juneau, will move his family to
the capital as soon as he Is able to
secure a house.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hllo wish to
thank their numerous friends for
their many acts of kindness during
the Illness of the little daughter and
for the consolement offered in their
bereavement.
Ray de Rruyn, of St. Louis, has
been engaged to take charge of the
Douglas roller rink, and to teach
dancing and figures of various kinds.
Prof, de Bruyn is said to be a past
master in his profession.
$100 REWARD.
A reward will be paid for informa
tion that will lead to the arrest and
conviction of the persons who broke
into a building and stole a gasoline
engine from Nevada creek.
M. S. HUDSON.
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Marine Notes
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The Mariposa arived last night at
12 o'clock and left for Seattle at
5 o'clock this morning.
The AIki left for Seattle at seven
o'clock last night.
The Georgia will not sail for Skag
way and way ports until 8 o'clock
Thursday morning.
The Humboldt Is duo at the island
at midnight tonight. She is loaded
to the guards with freight.
The Yukon is due tomorrow bound
for the Westward.
The Northwestern Is due tomor
row afternoon bound for the west
ward.
The Dolphin sailed Monday night
at 9 o'clock and is due here on Nov.
29.
Keep your coupons and remember
the time, day and place. ???
Prank Wilbur Smith and Walter M.
C'ookson, connected with the postofllce
department, arrived from Cordova
lust night, and are at the Occidental.
Mr. Smith is accompanied by his
wife.
When you buy at the "Little Doug
las" you have a guarantee that all
goods are absolutely pure and stand
proof. ???
Fred Kirkpatrick, an old-time Alas
kan who with several others, has been
working a lay on Kern creek, Kenal i
peninsula, passed through here last
night enroute to his home In Port
land.
Have you seen them? Beautiful
IVORY CARVING SETS at W. H.
CASE. tf.
L. M. McAllister, discoverer and
one of the principal stockholders in
the Alice group of quartz claims, lo
cated on Shoup bay, near Valdez,
passed through Juneau last night.
Mrs. McAllister accompanies him.
An L. C. SMITH visible Typewriter,
of the latest model, for sale; in good
condition, apply H. M. Brown, box
"D" Juneau. 6t.
New designs in white and gold
chinaware. In sets and open stock.
I. J. SHARICK. ???
THE NORTHWESTERN Is making
a special trip with a consignment of
flowers for the Winter & Pond Store.
Orders placed now will Insure Thanks
giving delivery. ???
Beautiful sets ladles' furs for the
wife, sister or sweetheart, at W. H.
CASE. tf.
MR. WICKERSHAM
EN ROUTE SOUTH
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James Wickcrsham, delegate from
Alaska to Congress is a pasenger on .
the Mariposa enroute to Washington. !
Mr. Wickersham is very optimistic
in speaking of the future of Fairbanks.
"The country never looked better,"
tie said, "there are 12 or 13 stamp mills
pounding away and the little mines
are growing bigger all the time.
"I don't expect much from the \
Bhort session of Congress," said the
delegate, "but 1 shall do the best I
can. It will be my purpose to push
legislation relative to the develop
ment of our coal lands and for the
construction of railroads.
"Yes, I hope to get some results
from the present Congress on these
two subjects but I think little will be
accomplished for Alaska's good until
the new administration comes in.
Alaska must look to the Democrats
for the needed relief.
"Nothing can be done in the mat
ter of coal and railroad legislation
especially the latter, until after the
committee reports."
Calling the delegate's attention to
the problem of providing a place for
the legislature to meet and the lack
of contingent funds to pay the hall
rent and other incidentals, brought
forth the reply: "The bill provides
for all that."
Asked about legislation on the Alas
ka fisheries and game questions, the i
ielegate had nothing to say further j
than to hint that if legislation was
oeeded he would try and get it.
The delegate will stop in Seattle a
few days he said and then go direct
to Washington.
MRS. P. D. OVERFIELD.
ILL OF APPENDICITIS.
Mrs. P. D. Overgield. wife of Judge
Overfield has been quite ill from
threatened appendicitis, and the judge
Is anxiously waiting to hear from
her. If she has sufficiently recovered
3he will join Judge Overfield here,
and they will occupy Judge Lyons'
residence during his absence at Val
Jez.
HALIBUT SHIPMENT.
The Mariposa took out a shipment
of 45 boxes of halibut last night from
the City dock.
R. J. Boryor, attorney for the Cop
per- River & Northwestern railway,
at Cordova, was aboard the Mariposa
enroute to the outside on a business
trip.
Wm. Little, a business man from El
lamar was a Mariposa pasenger.
Arrivals on the
Steamer Mariposa
The following was the Mariposa's
passenger list from Cordova to Ju
neau :
W. M. Price, E. A. Gaby, C. A.
Phillips, Judge P. D. Overfleld. W.
M. Cookson, P. W. Smith and wife,
('has. Harper, A. L. Harper, G. M.
Chambers, S. L. Colwell, Al. Winch
ell, G. K. Langdon, Tim Boyle and 20
second class.
Royal Typewriters, for rent or sale,
W. H. CASE, the Typewriter man. tf.
SPECIAL CHOIR REHEARSAL.
There will be a special choir re
hearsal of the united choirs represent
ing the churches of this community
who are holding union services on
Thanksgiving Day. The rehearsal
will begin at sharp 8 p. m. tonight.
Tuesday, at the Methodist church, Ju
neau. A large representation from
each church is earnestly desired.
W. W. Harvey, one of the owners
of the Alice group of claims, located
in the Valdez district, was a through
passenger on the Mariposa last night.
Hot chill beans all the time at
Lockle McKinnon's Mayflower. tf.
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
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LADIES'
FURNISHINGS
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CLASSIFIED.
FURNISHED ROOMS ? To rent.
Call phone 3-4-8-3. 6t.
LOST?Gold handled umbrella en
graved initial M. W. T. Reward re
turn to Taylor's candy parlor. 3t.
BLAC K SMITH ? Thorough work
man in all lines of the trade, wants
position. Address X.Y.Z. Empire of
fice.
FOUND?Pair of knit glovcB. Own
er callat Empire office.
THE REPUBLIC I
Anderson & Ringnette, Props.
Noted for their fine licuors 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
DouglasRoilerRink
Open for Skating
2:30 to 5 p. m. and Every Evening
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DOUGLAS
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STANDARD SIZES AND THE LATEST STYLES
LADIES1 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
Phone 4-9 LUDERFISK Orange, Lemon and Citron Peel
VICI via ,
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PHONE 9-4 FOR YOUR ;;
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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"
I 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 CNDERWBAR 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
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 :: I
:: Call in and look them over. :: I
I A rxf Al.t. rrArAH/ hnnn^mAMf JVO HILLS BROS/ COFFEE, PARADISE CRACKERS AND DANISH BUTTER
A tew ot our ufocery Uepurimeni teBtures fresh fruits and fresh vegetables arriving on every boat
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Royal Worcester
Exclusive Agents
and
for
NETTLETON **on ^on Corsets
SHOES $1.00 to $10.00
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/^oJuneruALMSM.
Pictorial Review BATH
Patterns ROBES
10c and 15c jg qq to $20

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