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500 BOXES SWEET AND JUICY $1.00 a Box | 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 Bipr Drawing. Save Your Tickets I Have Just Received The Biggest Stock of Christmas Goods Ever Shipped Into Alaska. Come Early and Often | PAUL BLOEDHORN DOUGCAS ALASKA ?111111 i > u 111 m 1111111111111 n 811111111111111 n 11111 j WINTER IS HERE ? ? Get Your Heater* Ready. The Biggest and Best Line of Heat- ? 11 ers in Douglas Can Be Found at : JULIUS JENSENS \ I I I I 1 II I I I 1 I I I I I I I 1 i?I I I I I 11 n I I I I I I 1 I I I II I I I I I I 1 I I I I I i I i 1 I 1 i 1 I i 1 I I !? i1 !? I K-I-I J-i 1"I"1 I"i"I I ill! I 1-T-T? ! THE ALASKA BAR ; The Only Place in Douglas to Get a Nice Cool Glass of Beer. Always - Fresh and Pure I tl N t I 1 I M-l-l-i-.H-H-I-.i-l-l-i-M-I-l-I-I-l-I-I-M-H-I-H-I-H-l-I-l-I-H | DOUGLAS OPERA HOUSE j THE OLD RELIABLE STAND i ? 4 Something doing every minute. Free moving pictures, music ^ + and Dutch Lunch Every Night. ? ^ HIIM1 Mill I I I MM Mil i THE CITY BAR Three big prizes given away. Each purchase entitles the pur- 1 ? ? chaser to one chance. Prizes will be awarded Dec. 24th at 8 p. m. * ;; DOUGLAS, ALASKA "i-I-H"i.i-H"H"H"I"l"H t I I-1 l I X i-i-l-I'l-I-I-I-I-I-I-l-H-I-I-I-I-l 11 : DON'T FORGET THE VICTOR ? DOUGLAS, ALASKA ? We carry the best stock of Liquor that money can buy. Fam ? ily trade our specialty. CHAMBERS BROS., wholesale and Retail Butchers Our Beef, Pork, Mutton, Veal and Lamb are as Good as Can Be Raised. Nothing but Prime Meat of Every Kind. Phone 1-0 Poultry, Fish and Game in Season. Douglas 1111 m 1111 in 1111111 in m i:; -i; 1111111 m m i m 111 ?: COUGHUN & DAHL " Dealers in Fancy and Staple Groceries, B. & M. Tamales, and Seil- ? ?? shipt Oysters. j - FRONT STREET DOUGLAS J Tl I 1 1 I I 111 111 I III III I III III III III III III III III III III I / I II 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 1 I I I I I I I I I I I II T. ?Si F. AFRICH f Dealers in T GENERAL MERCHANDISE + ' DOUGLAS ST. ANN'S AVENUE ALASKA + I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I I I I I I II I I I I I HI I I I I I I I I I I I II I I I I I I II DouglasRollerRink Open for Skating 2:30 to 5 p. m. and Every E\ening 1 I i I 1 I 1 I 1 i I I 1 I I I I I 1 I 1 I I 1 1 I i The City Bakery I ? Joseph Riedi, Prop. \ \ T We have the reputation of pro- " 1^ ducing the best bread, in Douglas Sanitary Bakery Methods " FREE DELIVERY ?? Parties Supplied With Made-to Order Dainties Your Patronage Solicited *' Douglas ? i I I I I I 1 1 I I I I I I I I 1 i 1 I I I I I I H. V. SULLY UNDERTAKER Manufacturer of Store and Office Fixtures DOUGLAS THE REPUBLIC 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 Hand Laundry ? K. WYEMURA. Prop. ? J Opposite Douglas Opera House + ? Phone 2*7 Baths 25 Cents ^ ? DOUGLAS f f a 4 Vi ViVi VIViVIVI Vi VIVI Vmi; i i; The Unique M'dlinery:: SPECIAL SALE EANCY GOODS :: |" Suitable for Christmas Gifts 1 111 1 III I'M I I I III I I 1 I II III 1 Sparks from Douglas DOUGLAS, Dec. 13? John T. Spick ket, of the Orpheum, was a visitor at Douglas this morning. The regular Saturday evening en tertalmnont given by the Treadwell Club at the club rooms, will be re sumed tomorrow evening. These splendid entertainments have been a feature of the club and have been enjoyed by the people of the Island. They were suspended for a short time owing to a few cases of scarla tina. j A large number of people from Douglas island attended the dance at Elks' hall, Juneau, last night Mrs. Gus Grundle entertained at her home yesterday afternoon in hon or of Mrs. T. Marks. Those present were: Mrs. J. Penglase, Mre. F. Gal vas, Mrs. Jackson, Mrs. C. Hopp, Madam Hopp, Mrs. Mark Tatom, Mrs. J. Lockhard, Mrs. M. G. Rogers, Mrs. N. King, Mrs. T. Cashen, Mre. J. ('ashen. Mre. Laughlin, Mre. Bandley. Mre. A. Llljestrand, Mre. L. Denlte, Mre. P. Johnson, Mre. M. Benson, Mre. A. L. Anderson, Mre. J. Henson. The afternoon was spent in playing "authors." Mre. A. L. Anderosn won the first prize, and Mre. J. Penglase, the second. Mre. A. Llljestrand won first prize as the best guesser in the peanut contest, and Mrs. Jackson, the second prize. A pleasant after noon was reported. Mr. Emerson, of Haines, who has been doing Jury duty, will go north on the Dolphin. There has been a packed house every night at the roller skating rink. L. G. Thomas was in Juneau on business today. Handball is the rage at Treadwell ? these days. C There will be a show at Treadwell L Saturday evening for adults only. No P children will be allowed in the club P until after the quarantine has been L raised. r The ferry between Juneau. Douglas and Treadwell is well patronized, t- The Lone Fisherman carries a good ? passenger list every trip. There are 35 pupils enrolled In the Treadwell school. Chambers Bros., Butchers?Choice cuts a specialty. **? ? Don't forget the Irish ties at Mul ? ligau's Haberdashery. ??? Are you ready for the question' All of you who want to buy a nice ? box of candy for your wife, mother. * sister or sweetheart, answer by send ing one from the Palace of Sweets. ? M. and L. Liljestrand, Proprietors, - Douglas. ??? I He?Well, dearie, what do you ; want for Christmas? She?Oh, let me see: I guess I , would Just as soon have one of those nice boxes of candy on display at the y Palace of Sweets, Douglas ? Dates, figs, nuts of all kinds, fruit ? candies. Just In, fresh for the holiday ? trade, at the Palace of Sweets, Doug I las, Alaska. ? The Quality Store. Coughlln & Dahl, "Nuf Said." ??? Douglas Opera House for wines, liquors and cigars. Pool and bil liards. Peter Rolando, prop.; Chas. Mann, manager. 6t. I have a lot of beautiful gold mount . cd fountain pens, of every make. | They make inexpensive, useful and ' beautiful Christmas gifts. . E. Valentine's Jewelry Store, Juneau. See the new Gold Belt City spoon, designed by Winter & Pond. tf. The stock of diamond goods, now | 011 display at Valentine's Store in Ju neau, is something that you would not expect to see in tbis far North ern country. He has them in any quantity, size or price, and in all styles of mountings. Moccasins, all kinds, just the thing for Christmas presents at W. H. CASE. PRETTY WEDDING FOR DOUGLAS GIRL The marriage of Miss Allco May Bach, daughter of Frank Bach, and Mr. Robert Km met Coughlln, took place on Thursday afternoon at 4 o' clock at St! Luke's church, Douglas, in the presence of relatives and friends. Kev. G. E. Renlson, of Ju neau, was the officiating clergyman. The bride was lovely in a gown of cream satin, with chiffon tunic, with pearl trimmings. Tl)e bride was attonded by Mr. and Mrs. H. Dahl. Mrs. Dahl wore a dress of yellow chiffon over yellow satin. Following the ceremony the bridal party and friends partook of an elab orate supper, which was served at the A. L. Y. hall. A reception was held In the eve ning at the home of the bride. Mr. Coughlln is a popular young business man of Douglas, with hosts of friends. Mrs. Coughlln was born in Douglas, and is a universal fav orite and one of the most beautiful young ladles In Alaska. Mr. and Mrs. Coughlln will reside in Douglas. ? : Chinaware makes a suitable Christ mas presont! and is most useful. Cups and saucers, bread and butter plates, sugar and cream pitchers, steins, Jap anese and home decorations. I. J. Sharick's. Winter demands warm furs. W. H. CASE has them In sets for Christmas. To Juncan patrons: I wish to announce that I am pre pared to give prompt and efficient service in delivering, coal hauling freight, baggage, etc. HILARY McKANNA TRANSFER Phono Order 6-7 or 55 ti Small compact, efficient, durable is the Royal Typewriter. W. H. CASE is agent. Indian Witnesses Getting Meal Tickets The court is still occupied with sev eral cases wherein defendants are charged <>'ith selling liquor to In dians. The grand Jury reported yes terday. at four p. m. The Jury found not a true bill in the case of John Radcllff brought from Haines. True bills were found against Har vey Smith, of Juneau; Jose Redri quez, and Teodoclo Luccro, of Ketchi kan; also against W. C. Coffey. A. Bedwell and Henry Weber, of HaineB. The Jury retired and reported again this morning but were excused be cause there was no buslnoss. This morning Harvey Smith (true name Henry Wayant), Jose Rodriquez and Teodoclo Lucero were arraigned. The two first named had no attorney and did not desire any. The court appointed J. Hellenthal for Lucero. Coffey, Bedwell, and Weber all charged on the same indictment were also arraigned and John R. Winn was appointed their attorney by the couiL Johii Williams entered a plea of I not guilty and his trial Bet for Mon day next, following the trial of Jim-! mle James. A1 Lundgren, Anthony Kelly and Dick Manson also entered pleas of not guilty and trials were set for Monday to follow in the order in which their names appear. Court adjourned until tomorrow at 10 a. m., except as to receiving re ports from the grand Jury. Notes. Howard Ashley a petit Juror, drawn from Skagway, was excused by the court without making an appearance. The grand Jury is very busy this afternoon on an important case. Whatever your needs, come in and let me show you a variety of beau tiful presents that will at once ap peal to you as "Just the thing." Val entine's Store has genuine new at tractions for Christmas. ??? Schoolhouse Bursting With Youngsters Another evidence of the growth of population in Juneau Ib emphasized by the problem now confronting the school board. "It is certainly remarkable," said a Front street man, "that the school building should fill up so suddenly? we must be growing fast," as he brushed his right hand across his eye.* and stared helplessly. It is stated by one member of the board that the First, Second, Third and Fourth grado school rooms are j overcrowded?ready to burst, and room milst be made immediately. The board seems to be in doubt whether to erect additional school rooms or to rent quarters to obviate the stringent situation. The plans will not be announced until H. T. Tripp, the chairman of the school board, returns. High grade cut glass that will please particular people; water, wine and whiskey sets; beer bowls, sugar and creams, footed comforts, oil and vine gar bottles, cigar and tobacco Jars. I. J. Sharlck has the best lines of goods suitable for Christmas. Call and make selections while the stock is full. Christmas flowers?carnation, holly, riolets, chrysanthemums?at the Win ter & Pond Store. Place your order low. tf. I '1 -I I ?! l-l-I-b ORPHEUMii circuit * :: ;; JUNEAU AND DOUGLAS ;; :: Advanced Vaudeville ?? :: and Motion Pictures TRUST FILMS jj ;; Best by Test |; :j VAUDEVILLE jj ;; Every Night ;; I! Juneau Opens December 20 I! ?i-r 1111111111111111 H-i 111111 GETTING THE PRIZES FOR MOOSE MASKERS. The committee having In hand the great Moose masquerade, which is to be given at Elks' hall on New Year's Eve is very busy. Upwards of 40 prizes have already been gathered together from kindly disposed business men which are to be given away to the winning mask ers. As soon as the list is complete it will bo published. Diamonds, always a wise invest ment, are unusually so at this time. Ours are imported under auspices so favorable as to enable us to offer you better values than we bellevo you'll obtain elsewhere. ??? I. J. SHARRICK. 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 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 IM M. G. Rogers Company MEN'S GOODS GROCERIES DOUGLAS ALASKA ?i 1111111111111111111111111111111111111?11111111111111111111111'l n 111 H 1111111111' 1 I I I I I 1 I i I 1 I I I II I 1 I I I III 1 I III M I 1 I-l-l i: Tfie Most Suitable .Christmas Gifts :: For everybody and for everybody's purse can be found at ?? ij Britt's Pharmacy ij Beautiful lines of fresh candies in fancy bonces?all sizes, an elegant assortment of perfumes?domestic and Imported?in very || attractive boxes from 25 cents up. Leather bags and novelties of ?? latest designs, toilet sets in great variety?in silver and ebony. ?? II Manicure sets in silver and Ivory, fancy stationery, card cases, II || bridge sets, etc. Shaving sets and smoking sets. *| A well-assorted stock of hand-painted china and decorated Havl- I! land china. Libbey's cut glass In a very select assortment, etc., etc. ?? *1 I 1 I I I 1 I I I I I 1 H 1 I 1 I 1 1 -I I I 1 1 ! I 1 I I I I 1 I 1 I I 1 I I 1 I II III N II f THE CIRCLE CITY HOTEL MRS. M. E. BERGMANN, Prop. - HEADQUARTERS for PROSPECTORS AND MINING MEN:: ELECTRIC LIGHTED STEAM HEATED I || THIRD STREET JUNEAU, ALASKA |j ?i"M i mm ii m m 11111 iH-iHi-M i m m m n i n ii in* .^^asa-as^l. Christmas Is Only a Few W eeks 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 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 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 bii? 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. 1)0 NOT FORGET OUR INFANTS' DEPARTMENT ? We carry a complete line in all articles needed for the baby. -r ? 33 Clothing and Gents* Furnishings Dep't <? 33 YOUR CHOICE in Overcoats may be one of a dozen 33 33 different styles we'll show you. It may be-a belt back, <3 3; or plaited; a very long coat or a medium; a loose, baggy 31 33 back, or a form-tracing. You may want a rough or ; [ 33 smooth fabric; a plain color or a pattern, <? 33 Hart, Schaffner & Marx \[ 3 3 makes them all, and we have good examples of all of them 3; 31 here to show you. <? ? 33 You can't make a mistake in buying these clothes; <3 I ?> there's no mistake about them. J I I Grocery Department features forXmas NEW ARRIVAL SMYRNA FIGS, NEW CALIFORNIA FIGS, CLUSTER I TAP.LE RAISINS IN BULK ALSO IN ONE POUND AND TWO POUND I CAfTONS, NEW NUTS OF ALL KINDS. Royal Worcester j Teddy and Bon Ton Corsets Bears $1.00 to $10.00 ^* /P^^juneau,Alaska. ?HBHBHBKIBHiHnnn . Pictorial Review . Teddy Patterns 10c and 15c Dolls