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NEW COATS 1
Just received a complete line of women's and < I
Misses' coats in the latest up-to-date models. In ma- ;*
terials of Zibeline bouche, chin chilla cloth, broad J!
cloth and plush; in allshade.?16 to 18, 34 to 44?
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TRIMMED HATS $3.50 to $12-50 11
AFTERNOON GOWNS $18.00 to $37.50 j;
EVENING GOWNS $15.00 to $42.50 j J
A FULL LINE OF AYSER'S UNDERWEAR ANb ;;
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G. K. GILBERT
PLUMBING and
SHEET METAL WORKS }
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HUNTER HOTEL
AMUSEMENT PARLORS
Spend yuor boain tint* playin* poul
and biUaidt. Ywa are alaraya welcoaw. j
Co<%- ma.
L H. KfKST - DOUGLAS j
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Hardware, Stoves, Furni- !
I ture. Carpets, Linoleum, !
I Sashes, Guns, Electric Sup- !
1! plies, Trunks, Suit H
! Chinaware, Paints and Oils !!
Mrttn*
? ?Julius Jensen;
? Douxlas Alaska < ?
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J M1LYE CARLONE
! UNTIL Oct. 1st if
J AH Orders for Overcoats
% will recieve a 10% disconnt
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OSTEOPATH::
i Rooms 5 and 0 Malony Bldg.
Consultation and Examination .
Fro*. Phono 262.
Graduate American School of
Osteopathy, Klrksvlllo Mo. -
, Seven years' active practice.
I Office hours, 9 to 12 m. 1 to 8 !
T p. rn. vir by appointment. *
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NEW NOTARY,
[ -Gov. J. P. A. Strong has appointed
I Thomas E. Phillips, of Jack Wade
[ creek, a notary public.
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They Have Arrived
RAIN HATS gfiSS
FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN
MRS. BERRY'S STORE FRANKUN? I J
i GROCERIES
MEN'S GOODS
M. J. O'CONNOR Douglas f
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Douglas Opera House Hotel n Connection ?
We serve the BEST BEER ? fllacc
in Douglas for . . . cx vJlaSS
FREE MOVING PICTURES EVERY NIGHT \\
The Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars !!
I'ETE ROLANDO, Prop. Douglas, Alaska !!
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Watches!!
$1.00 to $150 Each
HOWARD, WALTHAM
. i IN, HAMILTON
EQUITY and INGERSOL
An tlgin 16-size, Seven Jewel*, Nickel Case at
So.oO
NEW DESIGNS IN ALASKA JEWELRY
PAUL BLOEDHORN, DOUGLAS, ALASKA
Largest Music House in Alaska
Highest Grade Pianos, Piano Player s, Edison Disc Phonographs, Victor
and Columbia Talking Machines, Records of all makes. Sheet Music.
3 Stores
Juneau Music House
J P. L. GRAVES, Mgr.
REXALL DRUG STORE FRONT STREET DRUG STORE
Douglas, Alaska. " Douglas, Alaska.
ELMER E. SMITH, Prop.
SENATOR RODEN TO
! LIVEJN JUNEAU
Senator Henry Rodon arrived In Ju
neau on the Jefferson this morning
coming direct from the Idltarod where
he spent the summer. Senator Ro
den says that he made a grubstake
ouf of the "GugRs" and will now set
tle down In Juneau, and make this
place his future home.
Speaking of the interior Senator Ro
dan says that the Idltarod had plenty
of water-for mining operations during
the season and that the output will be
satisfactory. Ruby Is showing up
much better than was expected and
the cleanup for the season will prob
ably bo over a million dollare, he
thinks. Everybody in the camp Is
cheerful and satisfied.
' Charles E. Bunnell. Democratic can
didate for Delegate to Congress has a
good chance In tho Fourth division.
Senator Roden believes, because Dem
ocrats in that section are much more
plentiful than in former years.
The Senator Is staying at the Occi
dental and has been busy all day
rhaktng hands with his many friends
In the Capital City.
I <J UlVt ncucriiun
FOR MESDAME8 BRADLEY
The Ladles League of tho Congrega
tional church will give a reception for
Mrs. Fred Bradley and Mrs. Phillip
Bradley Friday afternoon at tho
church. All are cordially Invited.
NOTICE.
A meeting of the Loyal Order of
Moose tonight, Sept. 10, at 8 o'clock
at the Moose hail
THOS. J. McCAUL, Secy.
ALTAR SOCIETY MEETING.
The ladles of the Altar Society will
meet tomorrow afternoon at two o'
clock at the home of Mrs. W. L. Mar
tin, 117 Seventh street, between Sew
ard and Main streets.
DOLPHIN SAILEE LAST
NIGHT FOR THE NORTH
SEATTLE. Sept. 10.?The. Dolphin
sailed -from this port at nine o'clock
last night with tho following named
passengers for Juneau and Douglas:
For Juneau?Grace Meyer, Mr "i>o
zlno, L. T. Britain, Ro^ A. H. -firicso,
Sadie JEdpmrzsu, *\V. Wheeler and
wife, C. G.. Craig and wife, RobL
Forbes.
For Douglas?Peter Roland, Miss V. -
Moss and one steerage. ?<
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MICHAEL KEANE FOUND .
GUILTY OF ROBBERY ^
The Jury trying Michael Keane for ^
forcible robbery of the person re
turned a special verdict of guilty, ex
cepting the charge of using force. The ?
I verdict was not arrived at until af- >1
| tec the Jury was out all or yesterday -I
afternoon and list night. -i
The defendant was charged of rob- <1
blng George Williams, a native of -I
Wrangell' of $95 which the latter had
on his person. The evidence submitt
ed in the case tended to show that the ,
act was commited while the complain- c
ing witness, defendant and others t
were engaged In a drunken carousal.
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EPISCOPAL LADIES GUILD C
TO RESUME WORK f
The ladles of Trinity Episcopal c
church guild will hold their first au- o
tumn meeting tomorrow afternoon at
2 o'clock at the residence of Mrs. B. t
L. Thane. As this is the first meeting J
since tho Guild adjourned for the sum- E
mer months, a full attendance Is re- c
quested. Plans and other important
matters will be discussed in connec- -j
tion with the coming winter's work.
LAND SUIT ON APPEAL.
The case of J. M. Davis against t
John Wagner which was tried in the s
commisisoner's court has been appeal- t
ed by Wagner to the district court. 1
Tho Davis homestead claim at Sal- 8
mon creek is involved. tl
SPECIAL CHOIR REHEAR8AL. *
There will be an important meeting *
of tho members of the choir of Trin- *
ity Episcopal church this evening at 11
8 p. ra. A full attendance is request
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ALDERMAN RETURNS. e
W. \V. Alderman, on tho Juneau po- 8,
lice force, returned on tho Jefferson a
bringing his daughter Mrs. C. F. For- c,
tune, who Joins her husband here. Ii
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FINED FOR LANGUAGE. ?
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Dick Abbo thin morning was fined
$25 by Municipal Magistrate E. W. n
Pettlt for using language on the
streets not fit to be heard. h
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MRS. LEWIS TO SPEAK ?
Mrs. Lena Morrow Lewis, one of p
the leading Socialist speakers of the ^
United States, will speak at Odd Fel- q
lows' hall tomorrow night Her sub
Ject will be "War?the Handmaiden of
Capitalism." pi
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FOR RENT?Three, room cottage tr
with first class furniture. Apply at tt:
Reliable Grocery. 9-10-2L
?/frmours
"SIMON PORE" Leaf Lard "
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? Makes Rich Crisp Pastry po
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? M. A. SNOW. Manager +
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DOUGLAS. Sept: 10?George Brown,
vho has spent u cavation of a couple
>f months In tho States, returned on
ho Spokane yesterday.
The Croation Mandolin club will
;ive one of their social dances at the
Jroatlon hall on Sunday Sept. 13. Ad
ission 50 cents; ladies free.
Services were hold this afternoon
ivor the body of Ed. Hunsacker at two
I'clock.
The Ladles League of the Congrega
ional church will give a reception for
Irs. Fred Bradley and Mrs. Philip
Iradley Friday afternoon at the
hurch. All are cordial yinvited.
WO-REEL FEATURE AT
THE LYRIC TONIGHT
DOUGLAS, Sept 10?The Lyric man
gemcnt states that the two-reel fea
ure, "The Miser." which will be prs
ented tonight, is one of the finest mo
Ion pictures ever seen in the North,
'wo fl.rst class comedies will also be
hown, making the show well worth
he money. **'
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TREADWELL NOTE8 +
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TREADWELL, Sept. 10.?Work Is
elng rushed on the addition to the
:cady Bullion mill and It Is thought
le mill will be ready for wrok on
lectriclty by the time the water
tarts to run short. The steam engine
t the Bullion will be placed out of
ommisslon and in its place wll lbe
istalled a 400 h. p. synchronous mo
)r connected with the water wheel
rive, the power being transmitted
*om the motor to the main shaft by
leans of a large belt
Band practice will bo hold at the
re hall tonight
The Treadwell fire department will
old its regular meeting tomorrow at
le Are hall. Four reels of moving
Ictures will be shown after the meet
ig.
Charles Johnson, "Brick" Wills and
red Porter will leave on the Princess
lay tomorrow morning for Soattle.
hey will attend the University of
'aahington.
Lloyd Carpenter, who has been em
loyed by the Alaska Juneau company
?r the past few months has been
ansferred and will take a fiosition in ,
te engineer's* office at Treadwell. 1
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OUGLAS I8LANO SERVIANS
COLLECTING FOR RED CROSS 1 '
TREADWELL, Sept. 10.?At a meet- f(
g of the"Servian church society last
onday evening it waB decided that
committee be appointed for the pur- *
ise of raising money for use of the t
irvian and Montenegrin Red Cross a
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n y o i 10 ? -
Boy s school suits
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In both Knee Pants
and Long Pants
To Close Out at Less than
12 Price
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PLACE |
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EARLY ii
/S^sJumRUPihJlSKR.
PLACE ||
ORDERS ||
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DUCK SEASON IS NOW OPEN
Douglas Hardware Store "Winchester
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Telephone 55
Societies in the present European ?
war. The committee appointed are ?
Pete Tanovich, Cajo Pavlovich, Pete 1
Chlrovach and Dan Trbovich.
It is stated that the names of all H
contributors are to be forwarded, to
gether with the money collected, to <
the governments of Servia ar.d Mon
tenegro. and that the names will bo
kopt on file for historical purposes.
This Is not a local movement entire
ly, as every Servian and Montenegro
society in the United States is rais
ing money, and also turning over all <
the money in thoir treasuries for the
cause.
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ALFONSO GOES TO TRIAL. |
Alfonso Jlver, Indicted for selling >
liquor to Indians, went to trial beforo
n Jury in the district court -this nf- (
ternoon.
WIDOW SUES PORTLAND
MILLIONAIRE FOR DAMAGES r
PORTLAND, Ore.. Sept. 10.?Two! <
suits for damages aggregating $335,000 (
were filed today by Mrs. Cora Ens- j
mlnger. a widow of Billings, Mont., t
against Charles M. Blair, a million- c
alro business man, of this city, charg- t
lng him with breach of promise and
seduction.
HUMAN BONES FOUND
IN INNES' OLD HOME
SAN ANTONIO, Tex.. Sept. 10.?
Parts of a human foot, which District
Attorney W. C. Linden claims to have
been found in a pool noar the house c
of.. Mr. and Mrs. Victor E. Innes, of
Eugene, Or., occupied here last June, h
and bones found in the same place o
yesterday were turned over to the g
city chemist tonight for examination, o
Innes and his wife are in jail hero,
charged with murder and with being
an accessory before the fact, respect
ively, in connection with the disap
pearance of Mrs. Eloise Nelms Den
nis and her sister. Miss Beatrice
Nelms, of Atlanta, Go. The women
were said to have been seen hore for
the last time last June.
MEXICO TO REGULATE
THE COST OF LIVING
MEXICO, Sept. 10. The govern
ment has Issued a decree calling on
;rocers to submit to the Federal nu
horitlcs an Inventory of stocks and
)\ Ico lists. Failure to comply will
r can confiscation of goods. The de
:i ee was caused by famine prices.
Mexico Must Disarm.
MEXICO CITY, Sept. 10.?A decree
i:|s been Issued ordering' people to
?(liver all fire arms to the military
uthorities. ?
J. S. MINKOVE
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j. marine notes +
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the Princess May sails for the
south tomorrow morning at 7 o'clock.
The Northwestern Is expected from
he South tomorrow night or Saturday
norning.
The Admiral Kvans is expected from
he South Saturday morning.
The Humboldt is expected from the
5outh Saturday.
The Spokane Is scheduled to sail
iouth from Juneau Saturday.
The Jefferson sailed south this morn
ng.
The Alameda is expected from the
iVestward Saturday.
RAILROADS MAY GET
MORE PAY FOR MAIL
WASHINGTON, Sept. 10?The final
?eport of the joint congressional com
nittee on railway mail pay, of which
'ormer Senator Jonathn Bourne, of
)regon, is chairman, recommends a
>111 which would increase pay of rall
oads for carrying mall about $3,000,
>00 a year over appropriation for pres
snt fiscal year.
BUILDING ON MERIT.
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We are fitted with the most mod
rn apparatus for testing sight
Add to this equipment a thorough
nowlodge of the eye, gained by years
f study and experience in fitting
lasBcs. Wo claim your consideration
n merit.
ALASKA OPTICAL CO.
(Opposite Alaska Supply.)
B. D. STEWART
MINING ENGINEER
U. 8. MINERAL SURVEYOR
P. O. Box *58 * ? ? Junoau
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Peerless Bakery
Bakers of Fino Pastry of all
kinds. Only the best of mater
ial used. Try the Peerless brand.
Its quality Insures Its continuous
use. * + + + 44 ?
PEERLESS BAKERY
(Formerly Lcmpke's)
THEO. HEYDER, Propr.
125 Front St Phone 222
Accuracy
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ITHE HEGG::
T CAPT. P. MAD8EN
I Leaves C. W. Young Co.'s ! !
? flout every Monday tor Kake < ?
T and way porta. Carries mall, j )
X passengers and freight. ? >
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ARCTIC BROTHERHOOD.
Juneau Camp, No. 31, moots
every Tuesday night at eight
I o'clock at Moose hall.
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C W. WINSTEDT
ARCHITECT
SUPERINTENDENT
Sketchea Free
Office, Room 7, Gartlde Block
Juneau, Alatka.
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MRS. ALBERT BERRY
Art Embroideries, Linens and
Supplies, Stamping Designing.
Switches, Pomps, Curls, Ete.,
. made to order.
THE VOGUE. 317 Seward St
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Jo < ?
J J We have a Fine Line of J \
\\Detmer Woolens i:
3! and are Prepared to DO 33
3 3 FIRST-CLASS Tailoring on 3 3
3 3 the Latest Fall and Winter 3 3
33 Models 33
i| Dahl & Wahlbcrg ii
<; D Street, Dougl?? Phone <'
? L. G Thomi* Marl T. Thomaa ?
< > Alaska Furniture 8 Undertaking 1
Co., Inc. 2 .
;; funeral Directors & Embahners i
i.M.Mt1?. .Ifttwl
HUNTER HOTEL j
DOUGLAS, ALASKA
Strictly First-Class. Always ! '
on Hand: Choice Wines, Liquors j
and Cigars. Our Specialty? !
Mixed Drinks. { ?
Front St., opp. Ferry Landing i
B. CONRAD, Prop.
RUDOLPH BLAHUT. Mtntm
Pabat Blue Ribbon Beer i
On Draught
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