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Thanksgiving Sale
Owing to the fact my Christmas stock i3 arriving on every
boat, and in order to have room to display it, have decided to
give the public a wonderful opportunity to purchase good, de
pendable merchandise at a great sacrifice.
Space prevents our mentioning more than one item of a kind.
HERE ARE A FEW OF THE BARGAINS. MANY MORE
TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION.
ALL GOWNS REDUCED
Evening Gowns
In Crepe De Chine, Taffeta, Charmeuse
and Chiffon cloth. In shades of blue,
pink, Nile, maize, lavendar, white and
black. Everyone extremely different,
all sizes.
value up TO $24.50 4 r rr
this sale j10.0j
Fancy Waists
In Lace, Crepe De Chine, Taffetas and
Silk. Chiffon Combinations. Pink,
white, maize, green and cream.
value up TO $7.50 (1 nr
this sale jj.jj
All Wool Sweaters
In white, Kelly green, red and grey.
special Cc fin
this sale jj.l/u
Afternoon Gowns
One lot of Afternoon Gowns, in Crepe De
Chine, Taffeta and Charmeuse, and
Mescaline. Colors include Weisteria,
African brown, navy, black, grey and
green.
VALUE UP TO $25.00 <1 r rr
THIS SALE vPIU.UJ
Women's and Misses' Goats
In brown, navy, French blue, mixtures and
corduroys.
VALUE UP TO $19:50 fro 7c
THIS SALE JO.fJ
Dress Skirts
In silk, serge, epingle and poplin.
VALUE $10.50 ?7 Or
THIS SALE Cp/.OJ
Don't forget to look at the Christmas Novelties on our 59c table
No Charges
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Approvals ^
Alterations
Made
Phone 271
I Hello Bill!)
Don't Miss the Big Show at the
ELK'S HALL J
TONIGHT
ED. R. KIETH, Director
"FUN IN A CABARET" f
Introducing: the Latest Song Hits, Rendered by the Best ||
Local Singers and Comedy Hits by Juneau's
Funniest Comedians.
"Who Is Who"
A Screaming Musical Comedy Introducing Beautiful Novelty
Musical Numbers.
Also Clever Specialties Between the Two Parts.
All Seats Reserved?ADMISSION $1.00
TICKETS ON SALE AT SPICKETTS POST OFFICE STORE ||
i ALASKA MEAT COMPANY '<>??gECt-|
? WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS J
I Manufacturers of all kinds of Sausages. Our Hams and t
? Bacon are Home-Smoked. |
I IF YOU'RE LOOKING FOR THE HP1 ? \
? BEST HOTEL, You're Looking for 1 fl6 WclStineaU I
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? Hot and cold watar, phon*. large clothe* closets each room. Just ?
? around the corner from every place of Importance. *
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j: PIRST-CUSSTURKISH BATHS i!
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<> Experienced Attendant, Chlrop- <>
< > odist. For Ladles, Mondays and <?
? Fridays?Lady Attendant. <>
^ OPP. CITY DOCK Phone 233 J |
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J Thanksgiving Dinners I
^TW PREPARE FOR YOUR THANKS
? 8 GIVING DINNER NOW. COME AND
XjB SEE U8. WE CAN OFFER MANY
GOOD SUGGESTIONS. WE WILL
HAVE EVERYTHING THAT THE
MARKET AFFORDS. GIVE U8
YOUR ORDER EARLY.
Fancy Cooking and ff J SA
Eating Apples, box,
Shop Early! Shop Early!
I H. J. RAYMOND CO. PIIOXE ^8 |
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* MARINE NOTES ?
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The freight stcamor Redondo is in
port with a mixed cargo for local
points.
It was announced today that the
I steamship Northwestern would be in
port Thursday morning, on her way
South from Anchorage.
- The Jefferson leaves Seattlo next
Friday morning.
The City of Pucbla. chartered for
two trips by the Alaska Steamship
? Company, is off the run.
The Georgia returned from Skag
way yesterday and sails for Sitka and
way ports at 12 o'clock tonight.
The Al-KI Is due Saturday night from
Seattle.
The Senator leaves Seattle tonight,
carrying freight only.
The Admiral Evans leaves Seattle
Friday night
The Admiral Fnragut is duo Satur
day, Southbound, from Southwestern
Alaska.
Just Received?A shipment of fresh
Eastern Oysters. Don't forget this is
the place to buy your fish.?Morris
Fish Market, 112 2nd St, phone 199.
11-23-tf
Candle shades, nut baskets and
place cards to match at C. E. Cart
wright's. 22-3t
TURNER DANCING ACADEMY.
Mrs. Alice Fyfe, Instructor.
Do not be timid about starting.
There is no one In the hall but you
and the teamcr during your lesson
hour. Office open from 10 a. m. to
9 p. m., phone 275. 11-20-tf
RALPH HEALY IS DAD;
NEW ALASKAN IS GIRL
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mra. Ralph Hcaly, at the Pcrcover
anco mine, at 2 o'clock this morning.
Dr. Leonard O. Slcane attended. Mrs.
Iloaly and tho llttlo Miss are getting
along nicely, it was reported today.
The young mother Is a member of
a pioneer Juneau family, being the
daughter of C. P. Colo and a sister of
Tom and Cash Colo. The proud
father Is a promlnont and popular
engineer employed at Porserverance
by tho Alaska Gastlneau Mining com
pany. Reports from Perservorancc
were that Mr. Healy is not at work
today.
CATHOLIC CHURCH
IS BUILDING NOW
AT ANCHORAGE
ANCHORAGE? Construction work
on the new Catholic church at Anchor
ago is bolng rushed with rapidity,
and have It will ready for occupancy
at an early date. The Very Rev. R.
J. Crimont, prefect apostllc of Alaska,
Is now enroute to Anchorage, and will
probably dcdlcato aho edifice before
departing. The new church Is locat
ed at Sixth and H streets. It will be
a framo struction, with outside ven
eering of cedar blocks of arnamental
design, and Its ground dimensions
are 24x48 feet
JOHN ROSENE, JR. WEDS
HAINES YOUNG LADY
HAINES, Nov. 21.?At the Presby
terian Hospital, on Saturday evening
at four o'clock. Rev. E. Wlnterbcrgor
united In marriage Mr. John Rosene,
Jr., and Miss LaVerno Tipton. Mr.
Rosene Is the son of John Rosene.
Sr., the promoter of the Alaska Mid
land railway, and has been a resi
dent of Hakies during the summer
months for several years. He has a
host of young friends in Haines who
mourn his timely loaa from the ranko
of single blessedness, but rro consoled
by tho fact that their loss la his gain.
Miss Tipton came to Haines last
summer, and since hor coming, has
been employed at tho Presbyterian
hospital aB a nurse. By hor kindly
disposition and pleasant manner ahe
has also gained many friends In
Haines.
Mr. and Mra. Roscne left on the
Humboldt for Seattle their futuro
homo, taking with them tho well wish
es of their many friends in Haines
who hopo their pathway through life
may bo strewn with roses, minus the
thorns upon tho bushes.
HAINES ITEM8
HAINES, Nov. 21.?E. E. Kerwood
Is leaving on the Humboldt for his
former homo In Virginia, where he
expects to mako his future rosldence.
Mr. Kerwood Is tho father of Mrs.
Tim. Vogel, of this place.
J. J. Rath ha3 returned home from
Juneau, whero ho went on business
In connection with tho disposal of his
crop of vegetables.
Hal 0. Knight, superintendent of
tho Glacier Creek Mines, has finished
his summer's work, and is leaving on
tho Humboldt, for his homo in Ohio.
ADVERTISED LETTERS
Letters remaining unclaimed In tho
postofflce at Juneau, Alaska on Nov.
20th, are given below. Parties wish
ing same should call for ADVERTIS
ED LETTERS, and give date of llsL
E. L. HUNTER, P. M.
Brcndsal, Andrew; Carlson, Charllo
Cannon, James; Cholaknovlcb, Mike;
Conception, Ramon; Cowgor, Harry;
Custer, Mrs. Katharine; Delster, Em
11; Fay, Robert; Imea, J.; Fransvog,
John, ()2); Froland, Andrew, (2);
Gawlcy, Job.; Green, L. O.; Gresnoff,
Alex; Gornaoll, Ernest; Gorman, P.
W? (2); Henson, A.; Hlgglns, Mich
ael; Hlldre, Anders; Hart, L. J. (3);
Herncarnascon, Haben; Howard, Mrs.
Clark Q.; Joseph, Mrs. Frances; Jack
Elsie; Johnson, Pete; Katlean, Mrs.;
Keating, M. J.; Kennedy, Tom.; Kee
nlnook, Mrs. Joe; Knowlton, N. L.;
Kramer, Chas. E.; Kusot, Tony; Lan
en, Thomas; Llndqvlst, Bill; Luclch,
Goko, (2); Maheln, Catherine; Mur
phy, Frank; Nylund, Victor; Palmist;
Penn-Alaska Mining Co.; Rolf, Schoon
er; Sather, Ole; Simpson, Dr. J. K.;
Salmon Creek G. M. Co.; Simpson,
Q. M.; Silver, R. W.; Stevenson, Bert;
Spclch, Frank; Sullivan, W. S.; Thom
son, W. M.; Tuslch, J03. M.; Zee,
Kosto.
Place your THANKSGIVING orders
now at Goldstein's Emporium. ll-20-3t
Suits pressed, 75c; Suits Cleaned
and pressed. 32.00.
THANE STEAM LAUNDRY.
FOR RENT?Piano in good condlllon,
address ZD Empire. 11-23-tf
The San Francisco
DENTAL PARLORS
Tho Strictly Modern Dental Parlora
of Juneau
22-Karat Gold Crown $8.GO
Bridge Work, per tooth $8.00
Gold Filling $2.50 up
Gold Inlays -.. $3.00 up
Porcelain Fillings $3.00 up
All Work Guaranteed
PROMPTNESS, THOROUGHNESS
and Despatch In All Our Methods.
Open Evenings for People Who Work.
DR. E. J. HALFORD, Propr.
Seward Bldg. Phone 183
Have you though that Thursday
is Thanksgiving day and a holiday,
when you will bo homo enjoying your
self? Wouldn't it be flue If you had
a new record for your phonograph
for that occasion? Come in today
and hear the records you would like.
We have records for all machines, for
all seasons of the year.
JUNEAU MUSIC HOUSE
I A FEW
THANKSGIVING
I SUGGESTIONS
AT
Goldstein's
Emporium
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FRESH FRUIT8
Apples $1.50 to $2.50 box
Jap Oranges $1.35 box
Grapes. Malaga, Tokay and
Cornlshon 50c basket
Bananas, fhncy 40c doz.
Persimmons 30c doz.
Pomegranlte, lgo 3 for 25c
Pineapple, lgo 60c each
Casabas 5c lb.
Grapefruit, Florida .. 15c each
Huckleberries 2 lbs 25c
Naval Oranges .. 40c to 60c doz.
New Layor Figs, Um
brella 35c lb.
New Cluster Raisins .. 20c pkg.
New Dromedary Dates 15c pkg.
New Italian Chertnuts. .15c lb.
New Almonds, Walnuts, Bra
zils and Filberts .... 25c lb.
Citron, Lemon und Orango
-Peel 25c lb.
VEGETABLES
Head Lettuce, fancy . 10c head
Cauliflower, large .... 20c head
Celory, Ige, white .. 10c bunch
Tomatoes 15c lb.
Cranberries, Cape Cod
2 qt. 25c
Green and Red Pepepra. 15c lb.
Brussels Sprouts 15c lb
String Beans 15c lb
Sweet Potatoes 6 lb 25c
Squash 6 lbs 25c
Pumpln 6 lb 25c
I Red Cabbage 6 lb 25c
Cucumbers 3 for 25c
Parsley 5c bunch
Green onions 5c bunch
Artichokes, Del Monte?
4 In can 25c can
PLACE YOUR ORDERS EARLY
AND GET THE BEST AND
CLEANEST GOODS IN TOWN j
GOLDSTEIN'S
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PHONE 101
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AMONG THE THEATRE8
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Coming ? "Thursday, Friday and
Saturday."
AT THE ORPHEUM.
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At the Orphoum tonight the "Hour
of Threo" will bo featured as the elev
enth Exploit of Elaine. This film Is a
dandy.
An Edison comody named "All for
a Tooth," will give you something to
laugh at for a week.
One of the best Cartoon Comedies
of the season vill also be a port of
the program for tonight and tomor
row night.
And a Patho Dally, full of interest
ing pictures will complete tho show.
Holders of coupons for tho box of
sweets turn them in before Thanks
giving, at tho Orphoum window.
Watch for Charlie Chaplin.
Unredeemed diamonds at big bar
gains. Joe Plant, Broker and Jeweler
Phone 186. 11-2-tf.
THE BLACK BOX.
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Second Instalment "The Hidden
Hands"
The Grand theatre opens tonight
with the great "Black Box," second
episode,, more mysterious and beauti
ful, a story in each episode.
Dou't fall to see this show?a very
funny Fotd Sterling comedy will fin
ish the Famous Universal program at
the Grand. ???
George Hato, former Juncauitc, but
now a merchant at Tcrakco Hot
Springs, has been visiting Juneau
since Saturday.
Taylor's Famous Made chocolates,
for salo exclusively at C. E. Cart
wrights. 22-3t
For Holiday Presents?Furs Moc
canlno and Baskets of all kinds, at
reduced market prices. Will's Store.
Place your THANKSGIVING order
for fruits and vegetables at Gold
stein's Emporium and rest assured
that you will receive the best. ll-20-3t
A TREAT FOR THE WOMEN OF
JUNEAU?
The Goldstein Emporium has made
special arrangement with tho Dream
Theatre for a matinee Friday after
noon at 2:30 p. m. A two-reel Than
housor film will bo shown, and tho
main attraction, "Fitting the Gossan!
Corset" on living models, will then bo
shown. This is a show for ladlos
only. Admittance free.
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DREAM Theatre?
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J J "Tho Wireless Voice," Two-roel
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"Balanco of Poworr," drama. 'J
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11 "Harvest of Regret," drama. \
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10 and 15c
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NEW GAIN
0 HOTEL ?
Pre-eminently the leading hotel
in every partlular of all Alaska.
""H! F! cain''
Prop, and Mflr.
.ALEXANDER^
^APARTMENTS^
Steam Heated, Well Lighted,
and Well Ventilated, Two-Room
Apartments
Hot and Cold Running Wator,
Electric Lights and Tclcphono.
New Management
MRS. K. T. McLEAN, Prop.
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Red Front Shoe Shop
EXPERT SHOE REPAIRER
Work Done While You Wait. Only the
very beet leather ueed. PHONE 128.
FKONT STREET. OPP. FERItY WAY
Christmas Shopping f
t-: sanHnHHHHSBrarana j
Should Include a Visit to The |
TREADWELL STORE |
NOW ARRIVING ? Holiday novelties, seasonable |
notions, dainty materials for all kinds of fancy work.
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Vanity cases, hand bags, manicure sets, party bags,
sewing sets, ribbon novelties, hair poignards, feath
er boas.
Exclusive Styles in Lingerie Waists J
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FAJiL AND WINTER DRESS GOODS
French Broadcloth?Chiffon finish in fashionable ?
colors, including niger brown, Russian green,
navy blue and black.
French Serges, Storm Serges ? These goods are
sponged and shrunk to make perfect fitting gar
ments.
WOOL PLAIDS IN SHADOW EF- 53
Snerial Mention-FECT8 F"TAND CH,L- 1
MJJCVICII 1? GOLF SKIRT8 IN TWEEDS
ALASKA-TREADWELL GOLD MINING CO. |
MERCANTILE DEPARTMENT

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