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If you want the real thing in
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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; WINTER IS HERE
I Get Your Heater? Ready. The Biggest and Best Line of Heat
X ers in Douglas Can Be Found at
J JULIUS JENSENS
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| THE ALASKA BAR j
" The Only Place in Douglas to Get a Nice Cool Glass of Beer. Always 3
Fresh and Pure J
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I DOUGLAS OPERA HOUSE |
THE OLD RELIABLE STAND \
? Something doing every minute. Free moving pictures, music <
and Dutch Lunch Every Night. <
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I THE CITY BAR
~ Three big prizes given away. Each purchase entitles the pur- I
? ? chaser to one chance. Prizes will be awarded Dec. 24th at 8 p. m. |
DOUGLAS, ALASKA ?
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? DOUGLAS, ALASKA 4
4 We carry the best stock of Liquor that money can buy. Fam- 1
? lly trade our specialty. j
CHAMBERS BROS., "BUTCHERS"
Wholesale and Retail 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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Dealers in Fancy and Staple Groceries. B. & M. Tamales, and Seal- ?
shipt Oysters. !
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T. <S* F. AFRICH
1 ? Dealers In )
GENERAL MERCIIAXDISE
!! DOUGLAS ST. ANN'S AVENUE ALASKA ;
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::The City Bakery;:
Joseph Riedf, Prop.
? We have the reputation of pro- II
.. ducing the best bread in Douglas "
?? Sanitary Bakery Methods II
!! FREE DELIVERY
.. Parties Supplied With Made-to- "
II Order Dainties
Your Patronage Solicited II
Douglas ?'
Mill M"l I I I I I I I I I I 1 I i Hl-M
W. H. SULLY
UNDERTAKER
Manufacturer of Store and
Office Fixtures
DOUGLAS
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;; JUNEAU AND DOUGLAS ;
:: Advanced Vaudevillei
:: and Motion Pictures j
ii TRUST FILMS j
II Best by Test I
jj VAUDEVILLE j
;; Every Night ;
II Juneau Opens December 20 I
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Sparks From
Douglas
DOUGLAS. Nov. 30. ? Mrs. Dan
Campbell entertained a number of her
lady friends at a tea five o'clock yest
erday afternoon.
The show at the Treadwoll Club
this evening will be postponed until
next Monday evening on account of
the death of Francis Forrest Rich
ards, whose body is being brought
here on the Dolphin from Seattle, for
burial in the Douglas cemetery.
Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Klnzie and son,
David James, Jr., will leave on the
' Spokane for an extended visit to
Florida, their former home.
The salt water Are pump was
tried this morning and found to be
in excellent condition.
The funeral of Francis Forrest
Richardson, youngest son of Dr. and
.Mrs. John Richards, of Tread well,
will be held on Sunday afternoon at
two o'clock from the Episcopal
church. Douglas. Rev. Geo. Renison
officiating. Interment will be in the
Douglas cemetery.
Little Charlotte Rockefeller, has
fully recovered from her recent ill
ness.
Mrs. Wm. Stubblns, wife of Mayor
Stubbins, Is expected to leave Se
attle on the steamer Spokane which
was scheduled to leave that place
last night
S. Hudson left with a crew of men
for Nevada creek whore they will do
assessment work.
Miss Lillian Liljestrand, who has
been visiting in Seattle for the post
month, is expected home on the Spo
kane.
I The Douglas firemen will have one
of their monthly meetings this eve
' nlng. A lively program and a dellc
(. ious luncheon has been prepared
; Everybody is invited.
Mrs. Henry Brie will entertain Mon
! day evening at a course dinner, in
; honor of Mrs. D. J. Kinzie, who will
? leave for the States on the Spokane.
! Dick Smith returned on the Geor
1 gia from Jualln.
, The passenger capacity of the
' steamer Georgia has been reduced
? from JO to 36, by the marine Inspect
! ors.
; "Fannie," the pet deer on Mayflow
? er island, died this morning.
! Mrs. De Vighne is on the sick list.
Wm. Fells, the popular and efficient
? deupty marshal, is back on the Isl
? and after a few days sojourn In Ju
L ncau.
? Jim Cotrell has resigned his plso
? tion at the Hunter hotel. The place
^ will be filled by Herb Conray.
? Fred Henson and family will leave
. on the Spokane for Port Angeles.
M. McLain, who took Guy Hanson's
|1 place at the Treadwell office, has re
[ signed on the account of ill health.
|- He will go South on the Spokane.
L Big show at Orpheum Sunday nighti
[ with three reels of "Trust Films,"
r specialties and closing with the
. screaming farce-comedy in one act,
. "Mrs. Forrester's Crusade." Don't
? miss the show. ???
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?
? Keep your coupons and remember
t the time, day and place. ***
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? When you buy at the "Little Doug
> las" you have a guarantee that all
goods are absolutely pure and stand
j proof. ???
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: Personal Mention |
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Frank Korth, a Ketchikan tinsmith,
. was a Northwestern passenger for
| V'aldez where his family resides.
; Mrs. E. Sierney is spending a few
? weeks In Juneau visiting friends.
! Mrs. Sierney resides at Cordova.
W. M. Cookson, government post
oftlce inspector, arrived in Juneau
? from the Westward recently having
. been called to Cordova on account
) of the Diggs trial. Mr. Cookson will
; sail on the Dolphin, enroute to Wash
> ington, D. C.
; Ed Graham, of the Perseverance
' Mine was in town yesterday.
Robert McKernan, formerly of Val
dez, arrived up from Seattle an a late
boat and has taken a position with
? the Alaska Electric Light and Power
? Company.
i Dave Terwllllger returned from
; from Skagway on the Georgia yester
? day.
D. B. Metz, a mining man of Chlcha
| goff, is a late arrival in Juneau. He
? is registered at the Occidental.
! Miss Early, of Douglas, visited in
I Juneau during the past week.
! JUNIOR GIRLS MEET.
| The Junior girls of the Prosbyter
? ian church had another pleasant time
; in the church basement last evening. \
; Miss McConaghy and MJbs G. Swen-i
? son provided a lunch. Games andj
sewing took up the most part of the !
' social hour.
at the churches.
Methodist Episcopal.
U. C.'Blackwell, pastor.
Morning service at 11 o'clock. Sun
day school at 12 noon, loung eo
pics meeting at 6:30 p. m. Evening
serivce at 7:30. sermon theme: A
Sucessful Reformer." Meeting o
the otilcial board Tuesday even ng.
Prayer-meeting Thursday evening.
Woman's Social Union at -.30 n
day afternoon at Mrs. Oak Olson's.
Trinity Episcopal.
Tomorrow being the first Sunday in
Advent there will be Holy Communion
at 8 a. m.: Sunday school at l-:30.
Evening prayer and sermon at 7:3C
p m. Subject "The Year of Our
Lord." being the first of the series of
special Advent Sermons. Music by
full vested choir. Everyone is cord al
ly welcome. Ladies' Guild meeting
on Thursday afternoon at 2:30 p. m.
Choir practice at 7:330 p. m. The ser
vice tomorrow evening will begin at
7:30 p. m. sharp Instead of 7:45 p. m.
S... Luke's Episcopal.
Tomorrow bein gthe first Sunday
in Advent there will be Holy Com
munion at 11 a. m. at St. Luke's Epis
copal church. Douglas. Rev. G. L.
Renlson will preach the first of the
series of special Advent sermons;
subject "The Acceptable Year of the
Lord." Sunday school at 10:30 a. m.
sharp. Everyone la cordially wel
come.
Christian Science.
Christian Science service is held
Sunday at 11 a. m. in the Christian
Science hall. Subject. "Ancient and
Modern Necromancy Alias Mesmer
ism and Hypnotism, Denounced."
The public is welcome. Literature
and information can bo had Wednes
day from 2 to 5 at the reading room.
Presbyterian Church.
Morning service at 11, subject,
"What We Believe of the Incarna
tion." Evening service at 7:30, sub
ject "Christ's Belief in God and Man.
The evening Bervice will close prompt
ly so that those desiring may attend
the memorial service at Elks' hall.
Sunday school at 12. The Ladles' Aid
will meet on Friday afternoon with
Mrs. Pettlt.
SO POPULAR and fashionable are
bracelets that many ladles are wear
ing thorn on both wrists. You will
find a nice assortment at I. J. SHAR
ICR'S.
The fishing schooner Comet of the
San Juan Fishing Company operat
ing out of Seattle arrived in Juneau
yesterday afternoon and loft early
this morning.
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j Marine Notes;;
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The Yukon is expected on the re
turn trip from Kcdiak and all West
ward points on Dec. 9.
The Princess May is scheduled to
sail from Juneau, southbound, Dec.
6.
The Dolphin Is expected In from
Seattle late this afternoon.
The Georgia will arrive from Sitka
and way ports on Monday and will
sail for Skagway the next day.
The Spokane should arrive from Se
attle Monday night or early Tues-:
day.
The Mariposa Is due from the South i
Dec. 4.
Many of the small craft are going;
into winter quarters. The beach Is!
getting congested with gasoline boats j
resting in their cradles.
The fishing fleet has been out for|
several days. Many will probably;
come in tomorrow.
The Dally Empire delivered In Ju
neau, Douglas and Treadwell for $1.00
a month.
FEMMER & RITTER.
See this firm for all kinds of dray
lng and hauling. We guarantee sat
isfaction and reasonable prices. Coal
delivered promptly. Femmer & Rit
ter's Express. Stand Burford's Cor
ner. Phone 314. Residence phones
402 or 403. ???
Hot chill beans all the time at
Lockle McKlnnon's Mayflower. tf.
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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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THE REPUBLIC j
Anderson & Ringuette, 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
Douglas Rol ler Rin k
Open for Skating
2:30 to 5 p. m. and Every E\ening
Douglas Hand Laundry 1
K. WYEMURA, Prop. ?
o Opposite Douglas Opera House +
Phone 2-7 Baths 25 Cents *
DOUGLAS J
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
Phone 4-9 LUDERFISK Orange, Lemon and Citron Peel
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Christmas Is Only a Few Weeks Away
Have You 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 grift, 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 ever
shown in Juneau. PRICES 5c to $5.00.
FURS?For Ladies, Misses, Children and Babies. We 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 and cloths in this department. PRICES $8.00 to $110.00
MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S COATS AND DRESSES?All
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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:: Clothing and Gents' Furnishings Dep't
o YOUR CHOICE in Overcoats may be one of a dozen < j
different styles we'll show you. It may be a belt back, o
or plaited; a very long coat or a medium; a loose, baggy
o back, or a form-tracing. You may want a rough or
11 smooth fabric; a plain color or a pattern, <'
i: Hart, Schaffer & Marx
<> makes them all, and we have good examples of all of them
\ [ here to show you. < ?
You can't make a mistake in buying these clothes;
<? there's no mistake about them. U
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I Grocery Department features forXmas
NEW ARRIVAL SMYRNA FIGS, NEW CALIFORNIA FIGS, CLUSTER I
TABLE RAISINS IN BULK ALSO IN ONE POUND AND TWO POUND I
CARTONS, NEW NUTS OF ALL KINDS.
L Royal Worcester
Teddy and
Bon Ton Corsets
Bears $1.00 to $10.00
^^qJunehuJ^SM.
Pictorial Review _
Teddy
Patterns
10c and 15c Dolls

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