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TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING
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
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j WINTER IS HERE
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;; The Only Place in Douglas to Get a Nice Cool Glass of Beer. Always j
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? THE OLD RELIABLE STAND $
? Something doing every minute. Free moving pictures, music *
? and Dutch Lunch Every Night. ?
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{Three big prizes given away. Each purchase entitles the pur- "
chaser to one chance. Prizes will be awarded Dec. 24th, at 8 p. m. "
DOUGLAS, ALASKA
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: DON'T FORGET THE VICTOR :
? DOUGLAS, ALASKA t
+ We carry the best stock of Liquor that money can buy. Fam- J
? ily trade our specialty. ?
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CHAMBERS BROS., "BUTCHERS"
Wholesale and Kruil Dealers in
Beef, Pork, Mutton, Fresh Veal. Fish, Poultry and Game
In Season
Phone 1-0 WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE DOUGLAS
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t COUGHLIN & DAHL
J Dealers ii* Fancy and Staple Groceries, 8. & M. Tamales, and Seal- -?
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:: The City Bakery J
Joseph Riedl, Prop. |?
We have the reputation of pro- T
.. ducing the best bread in Douglas *j*
?? Sanitary Bakery Methods
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Parties Supplied With Made-to- J
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Your Patronage Solicited J
Douglas T
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W. H. SULLY
UNDERTAKER
Manufacturer of Store and
Office Fixtures
DOUGLAS
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CIRCUIT
;; JUNEAU AND DOUGLAS ;;
:: Advanced Vaudeville??
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;! TRUST FILMS ji
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;; Even' Night "I
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Sparks From
Douglas
DOUGLAS. Nov. 29.?The Dolphin
is due from the South this evening.
Jess McWIUlam8 and family re
turned last Wednesday after a month's
stay at Yankee Cove.
Little Clarence Blaln Is recovering
from an attack of measles.
The Humboldt went South at one
o'clock yesterday. James Fischer was
a passenger for Seattle.
"Are you in favor of a gymnasium
for boys and girls." This subject
will be discussed at the regular meet
ing of the Civic Improvement Club at
the schoolhouse next Tuesday eve
ning, Dec. 3, at 8 o'clock. Come
whether you are a member of this
club or not. Mothers and teachers
arc especially requested to be pres
ent. Let us do something for the
good of the boys and girls.
.Mr. John Fensle received word on
the Humboldt that his daughter An
nie is much improved and out of
danger.
The masquerade, given by the Red
Men on last Wednesday evening, was
a grand success. The music and floor
were In good shape and the Jolly
crowd dnnced until a late hour.
Twelve prizes were awarded to those
who excelled In the make-up of dif
ferent characters.
Miss Mary McBlain was a south
bound passenger on the steamer Alkl
for her home in Coupeville, Wash.
The Douglas High School has ac
cepted the challenge for debato.
which is to take place soon after the
new year.
i ne w rangei scnunei oi iasi weex
announced the marriage of Miss Dolly
Case to Mr. Frank L. Clarke on the
Hist of this month. Dolly lived in
I)ougla3 for about two years, and
gained many friends. Mr. Clark was
at Treadwell for a short time, last
summer, being employed there as a
surveyor.
Children will not be allowed at the
Treadwell Club or the swimming tank
until the scarlet fever epidemic sub
sides.
Hugh Day and son, Joe, have decid
ed to take up their residence at Ten
akee. whore Mr. Day owns a lodging
house.
Mr. and Mrs. James Daniels re- \
turned from California on the Hum
boldt, where he accompanied Mr. !
Webster, manager of the Treadwell
store. Mr. Daniels reports that Mr.
Webster was still a very sick man at
the time of his departure from San
Francisco.
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 arc absolutely pure and stand
proof. ??? ]
Royal Typewriters, for rent or salo, i
W. H. CASE, the Typewriter man. tf. '
THE NEW ORPHEUM. 1
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The new Orpheum theatre building
is rapidly nearing completion. The i
contractors are now working day and 1
night crews in order to keep faith
with the amusement people. The elec- i
trical wiring and plumbing is practi- r
cally in und the building will be \
turned over to the plasterers In a few
day? i
There is certainly Borne class to (
this new play palace that is being
erected for the Spickett & Mclvor ,
attractions.
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A Western Pioneer <
and Good Citizen
Martin Barrett, the Katalla pio
neer, who died a few days ago at that
place, had a picturesque career. He
was an Indian scout for the United
States army in Utah and other parts
of the West more than fifty years
ago. In 1897 with his family he left
Snohomish, Wash., in a small schoon
er and was shipwrecked on Middle
ton island, where the winter was
spent, the family having but short
rations, to which were added such
fish that could be caught and mus
sels that were found. In 1897 he
settled at Katalla and engaged bus
iness. Mr. Barrett had the reputa
tion of being a square man in all
his dealings and had the respect of
his fellow citizens. He was a na
tive of Ireland but came to the
United States while a small boy.
NORTHWESTERN'S WESTWARD
LIST.
The outgoing passenger list from
Juneau on the Northwestern's trip to
the Westward is as follows: Judge
Thos. R. Lyons, Mrs. Lyons, Robert
Scott and J. W. Hill, for Valdez; Mr.
and Mrs. C. A. Luckonville, for Cor
dova.
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C. W. Young arrived home on the
Northwestern Thursday morning. Mr.
Young is looking tine and says that
he fells the snme.
D. W. Broebstel and wife arrived
on the Northwestern Wednesday
night. Mr. Broebstel is to be chief
electrician for the Treadwell Com
pany.
Mrs. Geo. Sexton is enroute to Sew
ard on the Northwestern
J. H. Cobb left for Seattle on the
Humboldt yesterday.
M. S. Whittler, collector of customs
at Cordova, is aboard the Northwest
jrn enroute to that place.
William Lind|g, the restaurant man.
left on the Humboldt yesterday for
Ketchikan.
E. S. Bunch, a Seattle newspaper
nan, is aboard the Northwestern,
!>ookod for Seward.
G. C. Hazelett. townsito owner and
ndustrial promoter of Cordova, is
imong the passengers on the North
western enroute to his home town.
Joe Baxter of Alaska, recently from
Valdez, took passage on the Humboldt
'or Seattle.
Judge Peter D. Overeld and Mr. and
Mrs. J. P. A. Strong were hospltnbly
intertained at dinner on Wednesday
?veiling by Judge and Mrs. J. H. Cobb
it their home.
Judge and Mrs. Thos. R. Lyons
;ook passage on the Northwestern j
.?esterday morning for Valdez.
Judge States has returned from a
irief sojourn in coast towns.
Robert Scott, traveling for a Port
and firm, left yesterday for Valdez.
J. W. Hill manager of Wells-Fargo
Express Company, in Alaska, left on
he Northwestern for Valdez.
Joe Barbean is in town from the
Perseverance mine, and is at the
Pircle City hotel.
M. J. O'Coiinor, the live wire of
Douglas, and ardent Republican poli
ician, was in town on Wednesday
evening.
Henry Slater arrived in Juneau on
he last trip of the Northwestern.
An Ii. C. SMITH visible Typewriter,
>f the latest model, for sale; in good
?onditlon, apply H. M. Brown, box
'D" Juneau. dt
SO POPULAR and fashionable are
iracelets that many ladies are wear
ng them on both wrists. You will
lnd a nice assortment at I. .T. SHAR
CH'S.
Beautiful sets ladies' furs for the
vife, sister or sweetheart, at W. H.
}ASE. tf.
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Marine Notes
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The Curacao will relievo the Spo
kane, leaving Seattle on Dec. 12.
The Spokane leaves Seattle to
night for Juneau. This will be her
last trip for the season on this run.
The Meteor left this morning at
10 o'clock for Seattle via Killisnoo
and the west coast of Prince of
Wales island. J
The Humboldt left southbound at
12:40 p. m. yesterday.
The Princess May Is due from the
South on Dec. 4.
The Dolphin sailed on Nov. 26 and
should reach Juneau tomorrow.
The harbor was denuded of its
fisher-folk this morning. Many hali
but boats are expected in today.
The Georgia arrived from Skagway
nt 11 o'clock this morning and was
scheduled to sail early in the after
noon for Sitka and way points.
The Northwestern is due to snll
South from Juneau on Dec. 4.
Th? Mariposa will leave Seattle
Dec. 1, for the Westward calling at
Ketchikan and Juneau. She will ar
rive here Dec. 4.
The Yukon should be hero South
bound on Dec. 3.
FEMMER & RITTER.
See this firm for all kinds of dray
ing and hauling. We guarantee sat
isfaction and reasonable prices. Coal
delivered promptly. Femmer & Hit
ter's Express. Stand Burford's Cor
ner. Phone 314. Residence phones
402 or 403. ???
Hot chili beans all the time at
Lockle McKinnon's Mayflower. tf.
Remember your
Chrlstmaa 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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The Unique Millinery;;
LADIES'
FURNISHINGS
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CLASSIFIED.
EXPERIENCED woman wishes po
sition in hotel or private home. In
quire Empire office. 2t. <
THE REPUBLIC
Anderson & Ringuelte, Props.
Noted for their 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
DouglasRollerRink
Open for Skating
2:30 to 5 p. m. and Every Evening
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Douglas Hand Laundry !!
K. WYEMURA, Prop.
Opposite Douglas Opera House o
* J Phone 2-7 Baths 25 Cents J'
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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 Oranj;o, Lemon and Citron Pool
I LLS^&Sm VICI
Optician 'It/
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PHONE 9-4 FOR YOUR j;
TABLE WINES AND LIQUORS i!
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Christmas Is Only a Few Weeks Away
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Have Yon Made Your List as to Your Xmas Needs. Our Stocks in Holiday Novelties, As Well As the Staple Lines, Are
Bursting With Suggestions. Call, Examine and Let Us Help You With Your Purchases. Our Merchandise Is the Best
and Prices Are the Very Lowest
Don't Put Off Your Purchases too Late; as the Stocks Will Be Broken Before Long
LEATHER GOODS?In Pillow Tops, Runners, Center Pieces,
Bags, Collar Boxes, Glove and K'chief Cases, Card Cases,
Score Cards, Stationery and Book Covers. In fact everything
in the Craftwork of Leather. Call and let us show and price
them.
JAPANESE BRASS NOVELTIES?'This line is new this seas
on, and the prices are about half of Hammered Brass.
TOILET CASES, MANICURING CASES, SHAVING SETS,
INFANTS' TOILET SETS, COMB AND BRUSH SETS
?A big line to make your selection from.
WHITE CELLULOID NOVELTIES?In Picture Frames, Pin
Cushions, Plaques, Combs, Brushes and Dressing Table Nov
elties.
LADIES PADDED DRESSING SAQUES AND BATH ROBES
?A very pretty and serviceable Xmas remembrance.
LADIES' SILK UNDERWEAR, PETTICOATS AND HOS
IERY?All colors and prices
A NICE SILK OR CHIFFON WAIST?Makes a very service
able gift, and always acceptable. We have them at all prices.
CHRISTMAS HANDKERCHIEFS?In this line we spent a
great deal of time in selecting the best stock that was dver
shown in Juneau. PRICES 5c to $5.00.
FURS?For Ladies, Misses, Children and Babies. VVe carry
them in all the makes and different kind of furs.
LADIES' NECKWEAR?We have just received from the East
a big line of new up-to-date novelties in this line.
LADIES' COATS AND SUITS?We always have the new
models apd cloths in this department. PRICES $8.00 to $110.00
MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S COATS AND DRESSES-A11
kinds, all prices.
DO NOT FORGET OUR INFANTS' DEPARTMENT ? We
carry a complete line in all articles needed for the baby.
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i Clothing and Gents' Furnishings Dep't
YOUR CHOICE in Overcoats may be one of a dozen <?
di?7erent styles we'll show you. It may be a belt back, <>
or plaited; a very long coat or a medium; a loose, baggy < \
back, or a form-tracing. You may want a rough or
smooth fabric; a plain color or a pattern, <>
Hart, Schaffer & Marx
makes them all, and we have good examples of all of them \ \
here to show you. <? B
You can't make a mistake in buying these clothes; o I
there's no mistake about them. 3' I
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| Grocery Department features forXmas
NEW ARRIVAL SMYRNA FIGS, NEW CALIFORNIA FIGS, CLUSTER I
! TABLE RAISINS IN BULK ALSO IN ONE POUND AND TWO POUND |
CARTONS, NEW NUTS OF ALL KINDS.
Royal Worcester
Teddy and
Bon Ton Corsets
"ears $1.00 to $10.00
P^zJuneru.RLRSKR.
Pictorial Review
Teddy
Patterns
10c and 15c Dolls
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