The Big Sale Starts at J
:: Mrs. Shermans ::
To make room for my big stock consisting of Kaysers Under
wear. Fancy House dress in crepe de chine and satin. Japanese
hand embroidered Kimonas, chemlcs. Combinations,, Kaysers
Camolsette and ChamolsUk. Washable Gloves^flook and wear like
leather.) Hosiery, etc.
I am placing on sale my complete line
Millinery and Trimmings
I MUST HAVE ROOM
I HATS, BLACK and COLORS
The shape worth $3.50 stickups $3.00; ribbon and trimmings
$1.50 will be trimmed in up-to-date stylo for
$5.00 ? I
HATS, FANCY SHAPES
Trimmed with "Fancys." also wings, quills and velvet ribbon
?should sell for $9.00, your cholse '
Another Line Black and White Hats trimmed with wings?"fancys"
tall feathers, plumes, ribbons, worth up to $12.00 for
Here is another line which the ladles of Juneau, who know
my stock, will recognize as the $18.00 Hats. You may have them
TRIMMINGS FOR LESS
All the stickups in my store will be sold at 25 cents on the
Any untrimmed shape in the store is yours for $1.00 less than
the plainly marked price?take your choice. Dozens to select
Sailor Hats and Pattern Hats
These are th6 only reservation in the store. Prices will not
be cut on these goods. Sailors $5.00 pattern hats up to $85.00.
This announcement is made to save you disappointment; every
thing else however mentioned In this advertisement will be sold
at CLEARANCE PRICES as long as they last. Don't fail to see
my new line of Sterling Silver novelty jewelry' and hair ornaments.
Plenty of saleswomen have been secured to wait on you.
Store open till 8:30 evenings during sale.
MRS. E. SHERMAN
131 Front Street Phone 264
MEN'S GOODS |
| M. J. O'CONNOR Douglas |
$1.00 to $150 Each i
EQUITY and INGERSOL
An Elgin 16-size, Seven Jewels, Nickel Case at
NEW DESIGNS IN ALASKA JEWELRY
PAUL BLOEDHORN, DOUGLAS, ALASKA
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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.
Juneau Music House
J P. L. GRAVES, Mgr.
REXALL DRUG STORE FRONT STREET DRUG STORE
Douglas, Alaska. Douglas, Alaska.
ELMER E. SMITH, Prop.
McBRIDE PARTY KILL
RARE ANIMAL AND LOSE IT
Tho J. C. McBrldo huhting expe
dition returned to Juneau. at a late
hour lust night after "an absenco of
nine days. Members of the party re
port tho most remarkablo experience
?having the good luck of sighting
and killing a magnificent specimen
of the bovlnoffollB they were un
fortunate enough to shoot the animal
on the edge of a high cliff and the
carcass tumbled to the lowest depth
of a ravine from which It could not '
be taken or oven reached. All are 1
united In saying that tho animal was
of enormous size and the first they
had ever seen. Aside from this dis
appointment they had a fine time. Mc
Bride ond Wajflron early In tho game
commenced taking salt water baths
and kept up the practice from force
of circumstances and feel equal to
most anything now.
They killed an enormous quantity
of small game but were out so long
that they ate up everything except
three deer, five dozen ducks, and two
They left here on the launch Lillian
and returned on tho same craft. Tho
party was composed of tho following:
J. C. McBrlde. \V. W. Waldron, Will
iam Fry?, I-en. Adslt, R. W. Wulzen,
and Capt. C. C. McCoanaghy.
Fryo killed the bovlnoffolis.
ENGAGEMENT OF POPULAR
YOUNG FOLKS ANNOUNCED
Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Fox, of Douglas,
have announced the engagement of
their daughter, Miss Anne Gernldlne,
to Mr. Royal Mumford Shepard, son
of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Shepard. of Ju
neau, Alaska. The wedding will take
place In October.
Tho engaged couple are among the
most popular members of the younger
set of Gastlneau channel. Both be
long to pioneer families. /
KEATING SENTENCED TO
TWO YEARS FOR FORGERY
Judgo R. W. Jennings this after
noon imposed a sentence of two years
Imprisonment at McNeil's Island peni
tentiary, on M. J. Keating for the
crime of forgery, with the provision,
however, that the prisoner may serve
tho time in the Federal Jail at Jun
Keating plead guilty to the charge
as found In the Indictment.
THE BABY CONTEST.
The baby contest is now quite a
storm center at the big carnival. At
the close of the voting last night the
candidates stood as follows: Baby 1
Erlcson, 225; Baby Mclntyre, 225;
Baby Jackson. 195; Baby Hurley, 170;
Baby Mackay, 165; Baby Gray, 85;
Baby Simpklns, 75; Baby Humfrey,
60;*flaby Brandenberg, 45; Baby Frel
man, 20; Baby Ousby, 20; Baby Rob
ertson. 10; Baby Snow, 10.
MRS. RENISON WINS PRIZE.
Mrs. George E. Renison, wife of the
rector .of Trinity church has won the
prize offered for the best suggestion
for a pennant for the big Goldstein
department stores. The pennant is a
tasteful design bearing the instrip
tion, "Alaska's Emporium." It will
fly from the flag staff of the great con
MRS. J. F. A. STRONG AT HOME.
Mrs. J. F. A. Strong will be "At
Home," Informally Thursday after
noon from 3 to 5 at Governor's House
for Mrs. James Wickersham.
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+ , MARINE NOTES *
The Spokane Is scheduled to sail
south at 11 o'clock tonight.
The Humboldt returning from Skag
way Is scheduled to sail south at 5
a. m. tomorrow.
The Mariposa Is expected from tho
The Dolphin should arrive from tho
The Admiral Watson is scheduled
to sail for the Westward tonight or
The Princess May Is scheduled to
sail South Friday morning.
The Admiral Evans is expected
from the Westward tomorrow.
CENTRALIA BANKER IS
G'VEN LONG SENTENCE
TACOMA. Sept. 23. ? Charles S.
Gilchrist, vice-president of the United
States National Trust company, of
Centralla. was sentenced to five years 1
in the penitentiary for embezzlement. |
"SIMON PORE" Leaf Lard I <
Makes Rich Crisp Pastry " (
Douglas Undertaking <
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Funeral Directors and Embalmers *
H. V. SULLY 4
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+ ALASKA DAILY EMPIRE *
+ Douglas Branch *1*
+ M. A. SNOW, Manager +
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?> DOUGLAS NOTES. *
DOUGLAS, Sept. 23.?Mrs. Robert
Coughlin, who has spent the summer
at Limestone, where her husband
owns several claims, has returned and
will visit in Douglas for a few weeks.
The Celtic has been placed in win
ter quarters at Larson Creek.
Ed Beals recently returned to Doug
las from tho interior where he has
spent tho summer. Mr. Beals was a
member of tho champion Mexican
basket ball team last winter.
Frank Mull, "the touring barber"
arrived from the South on the Hum
boldt- this morning.
Elmer Smith left on tho Jefferson
for a month's vacation in tho States.
All Eagles have been asked to meet
at their hall tonight at 7 o'clock.
Miss E. L. Rutr. of Now York City,
is visiting at the home of Mrs. Henry
Brie. She has spent the past three
months at Haines.
Miss Norah Museth returned home
on the City of Seattle and has re
sumed her position in tho postofTice.
The Co-Operative Store of Douglas
received a horse from Juneau yester
Mrs. Amy Salmon returned from
Victoria last night on tho Princess
CATHOLIC CLUB HOLDS
SEASON'S FIRST SOCIAL
DOUGLAS. Sept. 23?The Alaska
Catholic Club held Its first social of
the season last night. Cards were
played and dancing was indulged in
until midnight. "Dub" Coblontz won
flrst prize for men and Mike Calaghy
was awarded the consolation prize,
and Miss Jean iTussell and Mrs. F.
Pettygrovo won flrst and consolation
prizes respectively. ^uslc for the
dancing was furnished by Edward Mc
Intyre and Mrs. E. L. Armstrong.
ANOTHER GOOD FEATURE
AT THE LYRIC THEATRE
DOUGLAS, Sept. 23.?Tonight and
tomorrow night the Lyric will give an
other two-reel feature entitled the>
'Demon of Destruction." It is a time
ly picture as it shows the destructive
uss of war.
Two other strong pictures will be
ihown "The Great Harmony," featur
ng Warren Kerrigan, and "The Graft
>rs," a story of wire tappers.
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l? If you don't eat with us we +
* both lose. TheyTavorn Cafe, +
? Hotel Cain. , C ,
I;; Douglas Opera House Hotel Connection ? j
i: We save the BEST BEER ? fllacc i:
in Douglas for . . . OC tt UlftSS
FREE MOVING PICTURES EVERY NIGHT o
JI The Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigrars 3 3
I! PETE ROLANDO, Prop. Douglas, Alaska 31
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+ TREADWELL NOTES +
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TREADWELL, Sept. 23?There will
bo n meting of the Treadwell Fire
Department next Friday evening at
the Fire Hall. Four reels of moving
pictures will be shown after the meet
James A. Nolan has taken a position
I with the carpenter force.
TREADWELL, Sept. 23.?Delegate
James Wlckerslmm last night addresB
j ed a large audience at the Treadwell
Club. The subject of his address was 1
; his work in Congress since ho has
represented Alaska. A number of la
dles woro present. Music was furn- J
; ished by the Treadwell orchestra.
The P. H. Fox stores have been
! making several improvements In their
buildings, and are putting In a nam
] ber of attractive lines of furnishing
| goods, among which Is a line that will
appeal to the ladies of Douglas. They
have just received a line line fo Fall
and Winter styles in the, Redlngoto
and Basque suits which are now on
sale at reasonable prices. 19-6t.
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* both lose. The Tavern Cafe, *
* Hotel Cain. *
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RIVERS AND HARBORS
WASHINGTON. Sept. 23.?The Sen
ato passed the rivers and harbors ap
propriation bill yesterday evening. It 1
Defective Eyedght j
is a serious handicap to any boy. 4
Unless you are certain that your
boys' eyesight ts perfect you should
let us examine his eyes at once. We
do not use drops or drugc, or adtlse
glasses if not nocessary.
ALASKA OPTICAL CO.
(Opposite Alaska Supply.)
11 i in in ii m n 111 m it
: D R. H. V A N C E I
" Rooms 5 and 6 Malony Bldg. ??
? ? Consultation and Examination ..
i! Free. Phone 262.
Graduato American 8chool of
Osteopathy, Klrksvllle, Mo. \
Sovcn years' active practice.
Office hours, 9 to 12 m. 1 to 5 !!
! p. m., or by appointment
W1H-1M M i l. M l | I I I I I I I I
1 When you want < 1
! Hardware, Stoves, Furni- !
! ture, Car?ets, Linoleum, !
! Sashes, Guns, Electric Sup- !
i plies, Trunks, Suit Cases, !
! Chinaware, Paints and Oils j !
? Douglas Alaska ? ?
IIII 111111 mi 11 III III nil
Spend your leasure time playing pool
and billiards. Tou arc always welcome.
Come see me.
L. H. KIEST - DOUGLAS
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MRS. ALBERT BERRY
Art Embroideries, Linens and
Supplies, Stamping Deslgniag.
Switches, Pomp3, Curls, Ete.,
made to order.
THE VOGUE, 317 Seward St.
C W. WINSTEDT
Office, Room 7, Garslde Block
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ARCTIC BROTHERHOOD. I
Jtoneau Camp, *No. 31, meets
every Tuesday night at eight
o'clock at Moose hall.
t MILYE CARLONE |
? Is prepared to do First-Class < >
> Cleaning and Repairing on !!
I Your Suit or Overcoat. <|
J St. Anne Ave. DOUGLAS ] [
B. D. STEWART
MINING ENGINEER .
U. 8. MINERAL 8URVEYOR
P. O. Box 1M - ? ? Juneau
To .Busy Today
to Write an Ad.
"Let 'Er Buck"
J3 We have a Fine Line of 33
33 Detmer Woolens
3 3 and are Prepared to DO 3 3
3 3 FIRST-CLASS Tailoring on 3 3
3 3 the Latest Fall and Winter 3 3
3 3 Models 33
f. Dahl & Wahlberg i|
<; D Street, Dougia* Phone <;
' ? L. G Thomaji Merl F. Thomiui < ?
' ? Alaska Furniture & Undertaking < >
Co., Inc. 3 3
' ? funeral Directors & Fmbalmers 3 3
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1 ' Douylaa Abuk? < >
Strictly First-Class. Always
on Hand: Choice Wines, Liquors
and Cigars. Our Specialty?
Front St., opp. Ferry Landing !
B. CONRAD, Prop.
RUDOLPH BLAHUT. Manager J
Pabst Bluo Ribbon Beer
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