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AN OCULIST ON THE
QUESTION OF DROPS. IT It baron In* mora and mora ??-<-? ~nt that "drop." aya doomed. Iva? "ta ' ^ ? oculist a the um of drugs In t> It*tJon of the .*>??? for <!??<? .. Significant of thla fact te ?' ?vT In tho Philadelphia (P- > taT. foia graph b* Dr. L. K. HI' mi ?f John Uopkln? Co'.i: . \ to an 11 i.flr Tha < oo tor ana* era rariout qtx t? s ftnrn.fr of a mad teal character, in - special eoiur. a pobliahed la a syndicate of paper*. rroni thU column, tha following question and aaawv art que tad: "Can eyeftonaa ha fitted aa wad without drops aa with. ganaraBy spank ing*"' "Vary much batter withoutdropa. If apacialiate would only resdke it Tha ayra moat ha Vapt teetotelly dark ba twaan aach tana-teat, and tha taat muat be mad* patiently, but quickly. Tha rarlooa "atropine" drop* are re apo sibie for t" many miatekaa made by tha beat oculiata in fitting ayeglaae ea." 9 9 9 Optomrtriata are trained apectolkte In tha tasting of ay as without drops. Robert Simpson Optometrist and Optician 2k 21 C Has Just Outfitted with Special Equipment, and Will Make a Specialty of Plate Work and treatment of Pyorrhoea Careful Attention Given to All In Need of Any Dental Services LYRIC DOUGLAS I MONDAY and TUESDAY Nov. 22 and 23 Two Shows Starting at 7:30 pm j Six?Big Reel*?Six 10 and 25c ' LYRIC ORCHESTRA 10 and 25o p ? THE ' ' ROYAL GRILL A First Class Restaurant When In Douglas take your meals with us. We serve the best of every thing the market affords. Open All Hours DOUGLAS ? ? ? ALASKA Douglas Fish Sice Co, ORDERS TAKES 8 DELIVERED City Wharf Phone 407 ~ MILLY CARLONE 1 Ladies' and Gentleman's Tailor Have just received 2000 Samples of Fall and Winter Goods ^ i ST. ANSA?. PhooaTO DOUGLAS jcriy BAR I r=~i douglas r=i \\ ? Phone Orders Promptly \; t Attended to < i <! : phone 5-4 i; ? The Alaska Grill ?j ? , J FULL ORCHBSTRA MCSIC DURING DINNER HOUR I I ? THE BEST APPOINTED PUCE J ? ? ? ? IN TOWN ? ? ? ? ; ? ? ? Best of Ererything Served at Moderate Prices % Eastern, Corn Fed t I Fresh Meat ;; iHorae Killed Chickens <; AND <! Fresh Home Made Satntfje J [ Erery Day ! Independent Market i: ? JULIUS RHEINBERGER. Prop. J [ % PHONE 119 o ? Carnations ^ 300 Fresh Carnaiions arrived on Humboldt. Red, White and mixed. Dozen 75c Dozen i PHONE 1'OCR ORDER NOW ELMER E. SMITH Watches, Diamonds Jewelry, Silverware I I.J.Sfaaricki<^g& Jeweler and Optician ! IGa^Boa^TiiiicuiO WILL LEAVE FOR WARM SPRINGS BAY Erenr Tuesday Morning at 8 O'clock from [3 tba City Dock in Juoeau and 8JO from i; i Douglas City Dock. Passengers a Freight fi PHONE DOUGLAS S-5 glj iXmas is Coming ] THIS IS SUPPOSED TO BE THE "ELECTRICITY WEEK" ALL OVER THE COUNTRY? In no other field of science has man accomplished within recent n years quite as much as in the the development of electricity?not g only for merely scientific purposes but for popular uses as well. Many S an unpleasant or wearisome task has become a pleasure when elec | tricity was utilised. I No Home is Complete I without an "Electric Coffee Percolator" or an "Universal Chaining I Dish." It is not only useful but it also decorates your home. The I Universal Electric articles are the very best made. They are abso 1 lutely guaranteed. I JUNEAU DRUG COMPANY Eft 1 i - . I. I T. | " The Store That Hat What You Want When You Want It" || OPPOSITE ALASKAN HOTEL PHONE 250 I ' Sa Out of town orders are given special attention. "We will put away J for you anything you may select on payment of a small deposit." H . . _ . _ i vHart S chaffaer) B \ &Marx J i Varsity Six Hundred f 2=22 ffart Schaffner 8 Marx, Makers | This Overcoat for i oung Men shows you some of the | favorite style points for this season: short lengths, soft | ^^ front, decidedly shaped-in, with or without velvet collar, deep step vent. P P P P It is a winner, isn't it ? Gome In to oar store I and try one on. ^ ^ ^ Goldstien's Emporium I THE HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER & MARX CLOTHES & EMERY SHIRT | J0HN80N-WE8T DOUGLAS, Nov. 22.?A very pretty wedding was solemnised at tho homo of James Lindscy, Saturday evening at 8 o'clock, tho contracting partlos being Cart Johnson, of Treadwellr'&nd Miss Agnes West, of Douglas. Mr. Johnson ho'-do the position of feeder at the Ready Bullion Mill. Tho bride is a well known social favorite of Douglas. The coremony wa9 perform ed by Rev. 0. Umstead. Miss Jose phine Anderson acted as bridesmaid and Charles West , brother of the bride, was best man. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson have rented apartments at the Hamilton House, on Second street. CHARLEY CHAPLIN in a screaming two-reel comedy sketch at the Douglas Orpheum Tuesday and Wednesday, Nor. 23 and 24. 22-2t DOUGLAS, Nov. 22.?The regular dance of the Eagles, at Eagle Hall, last Saturday night, was well attend ed, and it Is reported that thoso pres . ent had a good time. Mrs. Joseph Adamson presented her husband with a twelve-pound girl last Saturday afternoon. Dr. Ser geant was in atendance. and reports mother and daughter both doing well. Oliver Olson and Arthur Liljo strand .both employed at Jenson's store, left Saturday on a hunting ex pedition to Auk Cove. They expect ed to return yestorday, but have not yet made their arrival. M. S. Hudson arrived last night af ter a trip of sovcral days to Nevada crock. L. A. Slanc loft today, on the Hum boldt. on on extended trip to tho States. He will visit the fair an San Pranclsco, then go to Denver for a few days, and from there he Intends going to Kansas City where he will visit his mother. Angelo Chrissagos sailed south on - the Humboldt this afternoon. The volunteer Are company will give a Thanksgiving ball, at Eagles' hall, Thursday night. Music will bo furnished by the six-piece Lyric or chestra, and the hall will be especial ly decorated for the occasion. A big time Is anticipated. The Penelope Club of tho Douglas high school, will meet in tho base ment of the Congregational church this evening. Card of Thanks. Tha Sisters of St. Ann's hospital. Douglas, express to tho Toadies' Auxil iary of the Alaska Catholic Club and the ladles of the parish, their sincere appreciation and thanks, for their un tiring efforts In the promotion of the recent Catholic Fair. ?? Leave your orders for Thanks | giving bowers at the Palace of ' Sweets, Douglas. 22-3t + ? DR. CHAS. D. CARTER. Modern dentistry in all branches, specializing in plate work, using the method of Dr. Sam'l O. Supplee, of New York. Plates made by this meth ?>d will give absolute satisfaction ? phone 3. 11-22-tf LOCATED AT LAST I have been looking over the var ious Xmas stocks In Juneau and Doug las and find that Elmer E. Smith, the Front street druggust, Douglas, has the best selection for holiday sugges tions In Parisian Ivory, Ebony, Tor tlse, Coco-Bela, Coppcrt Brass, and Sliver Mesh bags. Prices arc all marked In PLAIN FIGURES. The dis play is so arranged that you may in spect all In a very short space of time, and the tedious task of making your selection for Gifts are reduced to pleasure. I found on Inspection that his pric es are about 25 per cent lower than I expected they could be purchased for. (Signed) ll-20-2t. A PLEASED CUSTOMER. At tho last meeting of the Tread well Club, the hours for the ladles at the Natatorlum Friday, were changed Instead of being open from 10:00 o'clock In tho forenoon untill 10:00 o'clock In tho evonlng, as formerly. It will open hereafter, from 8:00 o'clock In the forenoon until 10:00 o'clock In the evening. Tho tlmo of Instruction for the boys' gymnasium class has been changed from Wednesday to Tuesday on which days tho. boys will meet hereafter. Interest Is being aroused hero In Indoor tennis tournament, to be held at the dining room of tho old Mexl* can boarding house. Entries are now bolng signed up. and tho games are oxpccted to begin como timo next week. ?L. Wcrnecke, head of tho drafting department, who was operated on at St. Ann's Hospital a couple of weeks ago for appendicitis, is improving so rapidly that It is though he will bo out again in a few days. Stove Stansworth. head repairman at tho Cyanldo Plant, whose wrist was broken a few days ago, was re ported to be* resting well at St. Ann's Hospital, this morning. Tho usnal moving picture show was given Saturday aftornoon. and night, at tho Treadwell Club. A good pro gram was preseiftod. +4+4+44+4++44444 * * + COURTHOUSE NOTES 4 + 4 New Notrales. T. B. Curtis and Earnest B. Collins of Fairbanks have been granted no tary's commission by the office of the Secretary of Alaska. Store Changes Name. According to on amendment filed in the office of tho Secretary of Alaska today the Hill Drug Co. has changed Its name to the Owl Drug Co. There is nothing on file to Indicate that this change of name means that the com pany has sold out to the Owl Drug Co., wol! known In the States. J. K. Nevlll has been appointed resident agent for the C. 0. Holding Development Company, a $100,000 corporation of Delaware, whoso offi cers are John T. McLaren, Lewis Schuldenfrel and E. M. Beyhl. It Is reported this company will take over a property at Lemon creek. Articles of Incorporation have been filed by the Anchorage Masonic Club, whose officers are J. A. Moore, C. W. Bolte, and Harry Lasky. Charles E. Davidson, as Surveyor Genera! of the Torritory of Alaska, has been appointed agent for the St Paul Fire Insurance Company and for the American Central Insurance Co. Settled Out of Court. Upon a stipulation agreed upon by their respective attorneys, the suit of Gus Jellch against the Alaska Treadwell Gold Mining company has been settled out of court. Tucker & Donnelly and Henry Roden appeared for the plaintiff while Hellenthal & Hellenthal represented tho defense. This was a personal Injury suit. Sues for Bill. Suit has been filed by Charles Gold stein against George Hall to recover $76.36 alleged to be the balance due on account for goods purchased In 1910. Hellenthal & Hellenthal repre sent the plaintiff. Up for Larceny. John Bezman was to be heard at 4 o'clock this aftornoon on the charge of stealing groceries from a house oc cupied by Henry Jackson on Lower Front street Friday night Come and see the beautiful anduse ful Christmas gifts in "Pyralln Ivory" on display at Winn's Prescription Pharmacy ? "The Store Around tho Corner"?113 2d St., phone 3 (11-20-tf. *?*+*+++**?+++ - * Personal Mention ? i ? * Chris Tvoton, a Petersburg mor chant, 1b a guest at the Alaskan. C. C. Harcey, a traveling salesman, returned from "Seattle last night and 1b at the Alaskan. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Russell return ed from Seattlo last night, accompan ied by Mrs? Russell's mother, Mrs. E. Stoel of Cleveland. Mrs. Russell, her slstor, Mrs. R. H. Stevens, and hor mother, have been on a tour of Cal ifornia. Mrs. Stevens and daughter Rae will return later. J. E. Moulton, representing the Se attlo Hardwaro Co.. lo a business vis itor in the city. Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Perkins have moved In from Annex creek, whero Mr. Perkins has been employed by the Alaska Oastinenu Mining com pany for the past eight months, as an engineer. He will be in the drafting department of the company from now on. Mr. and Mrs. Perkins have taken rooms at the C. E. Hooker home. P. S. Watts of Thane returned from Seattle on the . Alameda lost night J. W. McCord, a Tolovana mining operator, passed through to Cordova on the Alameda last night Mrs. Milton Winn is oxpocted ^ack from Portland on one of tho next boats. Mrs. W. 0. Sbarpe. wife of the dep uty marshal at Ketchikan, who has been working here on the Krause cose, is registered at tho Qastlncau hotel. Mrs. J. W. McAndrew, wife of tho commnadlng officer at Fort William H. Seward, passed through Saturday on the Humboldt for Haines. C. H. Hackworth. a local realty broker, returned Saturday from North Yakima, and Is at the Gastlne&u. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Fries left to day for St. Louis, for a visit of sov oral weeks. W. A. McDonald or xcnaKoo in a guest at the Occidental hotel. Mrs. Max Xallsh of Seattle, wifo of the vice-president and general mana ger of the Humboldt Steamship com pany, Is visiting at Fort Seward, tho guest of Mrs. J. W. McAndrow. FAIRBANKS WILL HOLD A SPECIAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION Tho city of Fairbanks. Is about to hold a special election to ascertain (Whether or' not it will conduct Its municipal elections In future In tho raannor provided for by the act pass od in tho last Territorial Legisla ture. Recent advices from Fairbanks say that the election will bo held soon. The new law makes It optional with the municipalities whether they will continue under the present law, which provides for the election of council men who select the mayor and other officials, or whcthor tho people shall elect the mayor and ministerial of ficers and councilman separately. ROCK I8LAND RECEIVER BUYS STEEL RAIL8 CHICAGO. Nov.- 22.?The receiver for the Rodk Island railroad has au thorized thi> purchase of 40,000 tons b of steel rails to be delivered next $ year. Minister of Munitions Thomas of France says: "With one or two ex ceptions the demands of the com mander-in-chief for all kinds of shells now are more than covered. The es timates of General Joffre, who is es pecially anxious about shells for the 155-millimeter guns, have been ex actly met. The success of the Cham pagne offensive was duo to our In creased production, but for a com plete and speedy victory the whole effort of the nation will be required." WANTED?Experienced man or wo man to assist In kitchen. Apply Miss Zorn, the Strand-Cafe, Main'and 3rd streets. ll-22-3t Every piano and player piano a standard make. Every phonograph bearing the facsimile of the maker's name. Every record has the price stamped on it?and we carry them all. Every article In our store as we rep resent it ? on easy payments. JU NEAU MUSIC HOUSE. It ? ? ? FOR SALE?L. C. Smith typewriter, used four months, 565, address P. O. box 608. 11-22-15 Tamales, oyster cocktails, cake and coffee at the Palace of Sweets. 18-tf Christmas stationery to pleaso the most particular at C. E. Cartwrlghts. ?22-3L ) I Home Comforts i' and homelike eats, carefully and skillfully prepared by thtf Pit Emnrh with the tame degree of dean. Itneea that you would find In your own home Eat There 122 FRONT STREET 1 ?