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Contractor & Builder, Douglas + ,
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;capt. p. madsen ;;;<
i ! Leaves C. W. Young Co.'s I , .
? ? float every Monday for Kake ? '!
j | and way ports. Carries mall. J [! '
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< J M1LYE CARLONE X J
; | I* prepared to do First-Class ? ;
<Cleaning and Repairing on * ' j
JI Your Suit or Overcoat. X ;
' [ St. Anne Ave. DOUGLAS J
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' ' L. G Thorn a* Mcrl F. Thoniaa ? ' (
< ' Alaska Furniture 8 Undertaking 4
1? Co., Inc. Z ;
?J funeral Directors & Embalmers ?
| ARCTIC BROTHERHOOD. I
Juneau Camp. No. 31. meets j
' every Tuesday night at eight
o'clock at Moose hall.
C W. WINSTEDT
* Office, Room ?, Garside Block
I Douglas Undertaking |
I PARLORS I
I Funeral Directors and Embalmers |
I H. V. SULLY I]
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::DR. H. VANCE::
' ' The
Rooms 5 and 6 Malony Bldg. ??
? > Consultation and Examination ..
' Free. Phone 292. * [
Graduate American School of ](
| | Osteopathy, Klrksvllle, Mo.
Seven years' active practice. ?? I
.. Office hours, 9 to 12 m. 1 to 9 .. ;
!' p. m.. or by appointment.
?H i I I I I I I I M I I I ' I I I I I I I I II
MRS. ALBERT BERRY
Art Embroideries. Linens and
Supplies. Stamping Designing.
Switches, Pomps, Curls. Ete.,
made to order.
THE VOGUE. 317 Seward St.
UVENILE BOSTON IA NS " 1
OPEN HERE OCT. 7.
Word has been received by Mana
;er Spicket of the Orpheum, that we 31
,ro to bo once more favored with a *
isit from the Juvenile Bostonians. '
Var conditions and the anxioty of 1
nany fond mothores .has compelled f
>Ianager Lang to bring his company of t
:l?rer kiddies back home from an ex- '
ended visit to Honolulu and the Ha- 1
valian Island. The girls, all in their (
eens, have many laughable stories J
o tell of their experiences while at '
Their favorite pastime was bathing
n the surf, but the fun was stopped 1
vhen "Halcyon Clarke" (the young- 1
>st member of the party) in an effort 1
:o ride a surf board, encountered a
?ough sea ai:d finished upside down 1
with a blue eye. Patsie Henry came '
;o the rescue. Thorn Hellen, Doris 1
^anfield. Ina Mitchell. BiUie O'Nlell, '
ind Mazle Hill, a few more of the 1
principals of this popular aggregation, 1
ill confess that they had a very en- !
loyable time but are glad to be hack '
imong their friends. 1
During their stay in Juneau they '
will present all new operas, the open
ing night's bill will be "The Isle of 1
Spice." ono of their latest comic 1
opera successes. This will be the
last time this season that the theatre- i
goers of Juneau will have an oppor
tunity to see this splendid attraction
as the company is booked up solid
and will finish the year with an ex
tensive tour of the interior of Alaska
and then back to Canada.
LEAVING FOR SOUTH
ON THE ALAMEDA
The following hare engaged pass
age on the Alameda, sailing for Seattle
this evening. Mrs. L. E. Walsh. Mrs.
E. Bealel. Miss V. Stelnmitz. Miss H.
Brandon. W. E. Flannery. Earl Wright,
J. Maenpo. Anno Marcuson. Mrs. E.
B. Houseman. Charles C. McConaghy,
Mrs. McConaghy. Gladys McConaghy.
Ben Lundgren. R. J. Brown. Miss V.
Clemens, Miss Bienhofer, Misses Liz
zie. Katie and Anna Cropley, Mrs.
Bert Howdeshell. Ave second class.
FRESH FLOWERS ON NORTH
Right prices as usual at Juneau
Drug Co.. 107 Front St.. phone 250.
AT THE ROYAL FRUIT CO.
Special low price for a few days,
buy while the price Is right:
New Potatoes. 12 lbs 25c
Sweet Potatoes, 8 lbs 25c
Eggs, per doz. 45c
Front St. and Ferry Way.
JAXON'S RINK TO OPEN.
Jaxon's rink opens the winter sea
son in skating, basketball and roller
polo. Friday. Oct. 2d. Open every eve
ning and aSturday and Sunday after
noons. "Follow the crowd."
See Page Three for Vogue special
; Douglas Opera House Hotel In onnection ^ j
We serve the BEST BEER _ Plocc 2
:: in Douglas for ... oc a uiass |
!i FREE MOVING PICTURES EVERY NIGHT
! ! The Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars 2
'! FETE ROLANDO, Prop. Douglas, Alaska 2
GROCERIES I i
MEN'S GOODS | j
M. J. O'CONNOR Douglas jj
Wa tches !!
$1.00 to $150 Each
ELGIN, HAMILTON t
EQUITY and INGERSOL J
An Elgin 16-size, Seven Jewels, Nickel Case at
NEW DESIGNS IN ALASKA JEWELRY ?
PAUL BLOEDHORft, DOUGLAS, ALASKA ?
Largest Music House in Alaska \
Highest Grade Pianos. Piano Player s. Edison Disc Phonographs, Victor c
and Columbia Talking Machines, Records of all makes. Sheet Music.
Juneau Music House1
J P. L. GRAVES, Mgr.
REXALL DRUG STORE FRONT STREET DRUG STORE bl
Douglas, Alaska. Douglas, Alaska. '111
ELMER E. SMITH, Prop. tr
WELL KNOWN MINING
MAN GOING TO VALDEZ
E. E. Flommlng, A. T. Whitehoad
ind Colin Murray all of whom are woll
mown Alaska mining mon who were
ormerly located at Nome are aboard
ho Northwestern enroute to Valdez
or the purpose of investigating a
luartz proposition about 80 miles
mck of that place. Stewart Flem
ning, who has been with tho Alaska
jastineau Mining company at Thane,
oined the party and went west with
hem. They expect to remain up in
hat section until about Christmas.
I'ho property to bo examined Is slt
juted in the Port Wells district and
ins had some very flattering things
laid about It.
Kecently E. E. Flommlng in com
pany with C. L. Morris, formerly of
Nome, mado a trip through the sec
ion around Cook Inlet travelling ov
jrland from Mile 29 on the Alaska
Northern railroad to Sunrise City.
Jenerally speaking, Mr. Flemming
mid tho country was In a prosperous
ind hopeful stage. MaJ. L. H. French
>nd Charles Herron, ho says, have a
largo tract of good dredging ground
which has been proven as to values
and they are still extending the area
of known wealth with a keystone drill.
They will operato a dredgo 6n the
ground next year.
Cood reports were heard while at
Ship creek, from Gus Selfcrt's opera
tions on Palmer creek, four miles
from Hope. Ho was said to be taking
out good pay and had recently paid
out $13,000 for more ground.
Dick Dawson's outfit were doing
well on Crow creek, a tributary of Gla
cier. N. B. Solner, of the Union Sav
ings and Trust company, Seattle, Is
interested with Mr. Dawson. They
struck some more rich ground this
season and are taking out good pay.
This Is the first good season's opera
tion that they have had since taking
hold of the proposition.
BIG HUNTING PARTY
LEAVES ON ST. NICHOLAS
One of the greatest hunting expe
ditions that ever embarked at the
Capital City of Alaska, departed from
Juneau last night on the good ship St.
Nicholas. All of them _ are mighty
nimrods and sportsmen of renown.
They are going prepared for a cam
paign that will last Ave days and thoy
expect to bring back all that the law .
allows. The party consists of Perry ,
E. Jackson, former Mayor C. W. Car- 4
ter, Henry Shattuck, C. O. Lindsay, J. ^
F. Payne. Victor Quist, J. C. Hyde. Ar- .
chie Allen. W. J. Barnes, Alex Pruss- 4
ing, E. H. Kaser. <i
It is their purpose to cruise along ?
the archipelago from Oliver's Inlet to ?
Kako, Big John Bay and Rocky Pass. ?
They are prepnred for all sorts of '
game birds, deer and flsh and are Im- '
bued with the spirit that gets results.
At the Orpheum. j
A iirst class drama by the Lubin \
Co., in two reels, entitled "The Penal- ]
ty of Crime." This picture is one |
that everybody should see, and is one
of the latest productions by this '
"The Tenderfoot's Luck," a Kalem j
Brown and Purcell in Irish side
walk specialties, and a good comedy |
by tho Biogrnpn Co., "The Sorrowful '
Remember the Juvenile Bostonians <
will open in the "Isle of Spico" Oct. f
agent McCarthy making \
trip to the south t
Agent George J. McCarthy of tho 1
Pacific Alaska Navigation company, j
operating the Admiral Lino of steam- j
ors, will leave for Seattle on the Ad
miral Watson for a brief business vis- t
It. During his absence George Ban- j
bury will have charge of the Juneau
JUNEAU DRUG CO.?107 FRONT St.
The Princess Sophia, arriving from
he South last night, brought the fol- 11
owing passengers for Juneau: Miss 11
jce Lansing. Charles E. Salisbury, 0
ohn H. McKenzio, three second class. '(
FOUND?Small, double ender row- s
ioat, painted green. Owner can have fl
!>? proving ownership and paying for p
hies notice: inquire Julius A. John- 01
on, Douglas. Alaska. 10-l-3t.
Don't bother to bake a cake on Sat
rday?just step into the Taylor ico
ream parlor and buy one of those
ne home made ones at the Altar So
iety "goody" sale.
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The New Fall and Winter styles are ^
ow ready. You are cordially invited
> call and inspect them. F. WOL- ^
AND. 10-1-tf. +
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Mrs. Williams Holmes is starling a
sarding house at the corner of Third j.
id E. streets. Will be ready for pa
wns October 1st. 9-30-2t.
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I* M. A. SNOW, Manager +
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DOUGLAS, Oct. 1.?Alf. Gurr. Al
ain Baritello, C. A. Hopp, George
Brown and Richard McCormlck re
turned yesterday from an extended
lunting trip. They were very success
ful and brought back a deer apiece.
A!. Lagcrgreen, Al. Boblett and Chas.
i'orkc got back yesterday from Ten
ikec, where they have been for the
past two weeks. They brought back
lots of ducks.
The Eagles have inaugurated a ser
es of dances for the coming winter.
The first one will be given Saturday
light, and they will take place every
Saturday night from then during the
leason. An orchestra of three pieces
*111 furnish the music, and the floor
>f their new hall, where the dances
vill take place is in very fine condi
ion. The public Is cordially invited.
Mr. and Mrs. William Linscott will
eavo shortly for Petersburg, where
dr. Linscott will be employed as saw
rcr in the mill.
D. H. Sommerville arrived from Sen
inel Island and is visiting his family
.YRIC THEATRE TO SHOW
BALKAN WAR PICTURES
DOUGLAS, Oct. 1.?Tonight and to
morrow night tho Lyric theatre will
how the first authentic pictures of
he great Balkan war. These pictures
/ere taken on several of the battle-]
elds during the action and were not
ery rigorously censored.
These wll probably be tho only ac
iial pictures of general engagements
hat will ever be taken, as in the pres
nt war picture machines are not al
iwed at tho front.
It is expected that these pictures,
hown all over the world, will be great
ictors in the fight .. for universal
eace, as they show war in all Its
ruelty and horror.
INED FOR ASSAULT
ON AN OLD MAN
DOUGLAS, Oct. 1.?Thomas Weit
a was yesterday fined $10 for as
lult committed upon the person of
enry Parvonen, an eldorly man in
ouglaB. He was also made to pay
1.50 for doctor's fees.
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TREADWELL NOTES +
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TREADWELL, Oct 1.?J. H. Mc- i
| Ken/.le, of San FarnciBco, arrived on
; tho Princess Sophia and will spend a
few weeks visiting with F. W. Brad
! ley at Trcadwell.
The Trcndweil club building will be
repaired for tho winter and tho roof
! will be recovered. The material ar
rived this morning and tho work will
i be started as soon as possible.
The chute at tho lower ond of the
j swimming tank has been taken out so
' as to make more room for seats for
spectators at the swimming carnivals
I this winter.
The swimming class will meet at
the Troadwell natatorium for practice
at eight o'clock tonight.
The Trcadwell band will practice at
tho fire hall tonight.
Tonight is regular bowling night at
Tho Central hoist was closed down
for 16 hours a couple of days ago on
ncconnt of a broken clutch band.
The first swimming carnival of the
season will take place at Treadwell
next Thursday night.
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YAKUTAT RAILWAY CO.
FILES ARTICLES HERE
The Yakutat and Southern railway
j company filed articles of incorpora
i tion with Secretary of tho Territory
! Charles E. Davidson today. The in
corporators are Henry W. Hardey,
j Henry J. Aaron, Albert Bcttecher, A.
I L. Letterman, A. C. Tdo, all of whom
i are Chicago stockyard men. Tho cap
j ital Is named at $250,000 and tho ob
ject is to operate railroads and en
gage in the fishing business.
SOUTH DAKOTA WHALIN G
COMPANY FILES ARTICLES
The U. S. Whaling company of Hu
ron, South Dakota, filed articles with
j Secretary of the Territory Charles E.
Davidson today. The capital is named
at $400,000. P. Bogon Is president of
the company and E. Abraliamson of
Port Armstrong is named as Alaska
JUNEAU DRUG CO.?107 FRONT St
COURT HOUSE BRIEFS.
The caBO of H. J. Raymond Co.
against the Robert Royalty Co., was
given to the jury this afternoon.
Allco Cox, who shot and killed R. D.
Baker, was given a hearing before U.
S. Commissioner J. B. Marshall this
morning and bound over on the
charge of murder.
Elizabeth Hubbard today filed suit
for divorce against her husband Frank
Hubbard, alleging cruelty. Thoy were
married in Sitka August 8. 1897. The
couple have six minor children.
See Pago Three for Vogue special
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The Alameda was scheduled to sail t
South from Juneau this afternoon at 1
The Princess Sophia is scheduled to j
sail south tomorrow morning at 7 o'-|
The Spokane is expected from the j
The Humboldt is expected from the;
Tho Admiral Evans is expected from
the South Saturday.
The Jefferson is expected from the
The Al-Ki is expected from the
South tomorrow noon and will sail
South leaving Juneau Saturday.
The Admiral Watson is expected i
from the South Sunday.
The Quinalt is expected from the
The Thomas I.. Wand sails from
Portland October 7th.
WRANGELL MERCHANT'S WIFE
IN JUNEAU HOSPITAL
Mrs. Peter McCormick, wife of a'
prominent merchant of Wrangell, ar- J
rived on tho Northwestern yesterday
in care of Miss Margaret Walsh.,
trained nurse of Douglas, and is now!
at St. Ann's hospital for treatment. |
DO YOU KNOW OF ONE? j!
It has come to our attention that ?
there are some children In Juneau (!
and vicinity who are in need of glass- |
cs but who cannot afford the same. ?
Any such child bearing the recom- .
mcndatlon of his teach, physician or J |
other responsible person will receiver
our best attention frco of charge or .
at a minimum charge, If preferable, j
ALASKA OPTICAL CO. *
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at the BRUNSWICK I
To close a lot of broken lines of Merchandise that we do not wish to
move into the new store, we are making a price for Quick Selling^ ^
Long Silk Gloves
Long silk gloves in black, tan, brown, gray and
champagne. Sold at $1.50, Now 95c.
Ladies' hose in black lisle and silk lisle. Sold at
65c to 75c, Now 40c
Short Silk Gloves
Silk gloves in black, tan, grey and brown. Sold
at 75c, Now 40c.
Women's and children's underwear in broken si/.es.
Priced from % to fi the former prices.
Lots of Bargains on Display that space will not permit us to Advertise |
I; Men's Suits
A tine of men's suits in small sizes only. To close at a
< > big sacrifice, all the famous Hart Schaffner &. Marx
< > line. Sizes 34, 35 and 36 only. Former prices $25.00
to $35.00, Now $12.50.
Boys Suits j
TWENTY-FIVE BOYS' SUITS IN THE REMOV- <
AL SALE, BROKEN SIZES, FORMERLY J
SOLD FROM $4.00 TO $10.00; SALE PRICE, <
ON SALE 1
Friday and X
I For further
Particulars See |
Satisjaclion Guaranteed C
i??BBIT1A *.^IW JW
Spcml your lcaauru time playing pool
and billiard*. You arc always welcome.
Come ace mo.
L. H. KIEST - DOUGLAS
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p When you want ? ?
' Hardware, Stoves, Furni- !
! ture, Carpets, Linoleum, !!
! Sashes, Guns, Electric Sup- !!
! plies, Trunks, Suit Cases,
China ware, Paints and Oils !!
hoc mo 1 '
Douglas Alaska ? ?
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We have a Fine Line of ?
Detmer Woolens i
and are Prepared to DO t
FIRST-CLASS Tailoring on o
the Latest Fall and Winter o
Dahl & Wahlberg |
D Street, Dougla* Phone ?
B. D. STEWART
U. S. MINERAL 8UPVEV0R
P. 0. Box *?8 ? - ? Juneau
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