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FINE PROGRAM GIVEN
3Y DOUGLAS TOTS
DOUGLAS, Nov. 26.?The program
rendered Wednesday afternoon by the
primary department of the Douglas
schools, was as follows:
Than ksglvlng Program
Thanksgiving" is Here.Primary Grades
Kitty Cat Daisy. .: Marjorle Slec
My Shadow ?./i.... Tom Joner
Our Swing ....... Cheater Zimmerman
The Land of Counterpane
... Gus Georgo
Baby's First Thanksgiving
_ - Helen Umstoad...
Bed In Summer,. Ethel Sargent
Slumber Song. Ten Little Girls
The Baby .......... ?Minnie Sloan
If Ever I See JHenry Sully
Our Thank You. ?Lynn Mlckelson
The Lost DolL. Helen Lindstrom
A Disappointed Pumpkin
Ruth Anderson
Snowfalling Mares Jurlch
i My Bed Is a Boat....Wilfred Holmes
Thanksgiving ? Howard Hewitt
Song, The Wind School
Tho Invitation Esther Wortman
Tho Stylish Bird- Elisabeth Bowie
An Indian Scout Rudolf Johnson
The Wind- Lelhnd Swanson
The Ship Henry Lee
Thanksgiving Acrostic
... Twelve Little Children
Little Birdie ? Lyyll Lahikanen
Little Orphan Annie ... _..
; Hulda Kronquist
Tommy's Thansgivlng Trouble
George Williams
The Baby Elizabeth Prazer
Stars of the Summer Night, Song ...
Eight Children
History Tale Genevieve Martin
The Mulberry Bush Ten Girls
Magic Fine Marie Hensen
A Thanksgiving Prayer .Alleo. Heikala
Grandfather's House on Thanks
giving. Song Primary Grades
For the benefit of those living In
Douglas and Treadwell, Alice M. Jor
dlson, teacher of mandolin, guitar and
banjo, can be found at the Treadwell
Club Tuesdays and Fridays, includ
ing evenings. 11-26-tf
DOUGLASITES OANCE
DOUGLAS. Nov. 26.?The local vol
unteer fire company gave a ball at the
Nat&torlum last night. It was con
sidered the greatest social event of
the season. The room was elaborately
decorated with red bunting draped
around the gallery, the fire hose be
ing strung above the draping. The
fire engine stood at one end of the
room and above It. In the form of a
shield, the flremens axes were cross
ed, giving a very appropriate effect
to the decorations. The music was
furnished by the six-piece Lyric or
chestra. There were about 125 couples
In attendance and everybody had the
time of their lives.
XMAS
Did you see the display at the Front
St Drug Store windows? Here you
will get an idea for Xmas suggestions.
And you will see the greatest variety
ever shown In Douglas. 24-2t
ELMER E SMITH. The Druggist
TREADWELL SUNDAY SCHOOL
IS COMING INSTITUTION
TREADWELL, Nor. 24.?The new
Sunday School, at Treadwell, would
seem to be a commanding organiza
tion. On last Sunday the attendance
sprang up to fifty-eight If there is as
great a growth, during the coming
week, as there was last week, it will
be the second school In numbers
among the whites In Alaska. A splen
did corps of teachers were selected
last Sunday, and everyone seemed to
be pleased with the progress of the
work.
-TREADWELL, Nov. 26.?The next
bowung contest by local teams will
be held on the night of November 29,
between the Mexican team and the
Electrical department
There will be a basketball game on
next Tuesday night between the
Treadwell store and tho Mexican
team.
The employees of the Treadwell
company enjoyed an elaborate feed
at the Treadwell boarding house yes
terday. The fact that seveen hundred
pounds of Turkeys were served, gives
an Idea of the extent of the Thanks
giving dinner, and the amount of
work Involved In preparing and serv
ing It
TAKeS PLUNGE IN BAY.
Jim Morrison, a native, was fished
out of the bay Wednesday night by
Jack Hayes and E. R. Miller when h"
took an unexpected cold plunge back
of Cash Cole's barn. The man was
taken to the city Jail.
In the Magistrate's Court this
morning Morrison was fined $30 and
10 days in jail as penalty for drunk
enness.
John Ouch was also fined $10 this
morning as penalty for drunkenness
and disorderly conduct
Frederick E. Robinson Is a guest
at the Gaatineau. Ho Is on bis way
to Colorado Springs, Colo.
DR. CHAS. D. CARTER.
Modern dentistry In all branches,
specializing in plate work, using the
method of Dr. Saml G. Supplee, of
New York. Plates made by this meth
od will give absolute satisfaction ?
phone 3. 11-22-tf
FOR SALE?Upright piano In first
class condition, $200, P.O. box 426.
Douglas. 24-3t
"II" AND W.S.C.
CLAIMANTS TO |
CHAMPIONSHIP
SEATTLE, Nov. 26. ? On a slow
fleld, the University of Washington
team trounced the University of Colo
rado eleven, here yesterday, 46 to 0.
It was announced after tho game by
Coach Gilmour Doble, of the Washing
ton team, that ho had tendered his
resignation to jcne Associated Stu
dents. and It was reported that he
was negotiating with the University
of Wisconsin student body for a place:
at Madison next season. Washington;
will make a strong effort to keep the,
famous mentor In Seattlo.
Washtngtons' defeat of Colorado
closed the eighth successful season
under Doble. without defeat. Although
the University did not take part in the
Northwest conference games this
year, owing to a squabble with the
other members of the conference on
the matter of playing games In Se
attle, it met and defented a number
of good teams, and Seattle sporting
writers claim It Is the strongest elev
en on the Pacific Coast. Its record
for the season is as follows:
Washington 31, Ballard 0.
Washington 61, Washington Park 0.
Washington 22, Gonzaga 7.
Washington 27, Whitman 0.
Washington 72, California 0.
Washington 13. California 7.
Washington 46, Colorado 0.
I
CHAMPIONSHIP
IS PUIJ MAN'S
SPOKANE SAYS
SPOKANE, Nov. 26.?The Spokes
man-Review claims today that the
Washington State College football ?
team of Pullman is the strongest
eleven west of the Mississippi river.
The Aggies yesterday deefated Gon
zaga College 48 to 0, and, the Spokes
man-Review points out, Dobio's Uni
versity of Washington team had hard
work in beating Gonzaga 22 to 7.
Gonzaga this year had for its coach s
tho redoubtable "Wee" Coylo. for four
vears quarterback for the University f
of Washington, and the pick of all
critics for all-Northwestern- quarter
back. Coylo declared today that W.
S. C., should beat the University of 1
Washington this year, and expressed J
regret that the two elevens wore un- s
able to bury the hatchet so that they t
might engage each other. F
Other admirers of the Pullman team J
claim the Aggies is second to no foot- v
ball team in the United States this o
year. The Oregon Aggies humbled
the Michigan Aggies and then lost to o
Oregon University, 9 to 0. W. S. C. d
beat Oregon 28 to 3. The coach at t
Pullman this year is William H. Dietz, t'
a Carlisle Indinn, 21 years old. The F
record his team has made Is us fol- b
lows: . e
W. S. C. 3. W. S. C. Alumni 2.
W. S. C. 2S, Oregon 3. e
W. S. C. 29, 0. A. C. 0. P
W. S. C. 41. Idaho 0. I
W. S. C. 27, Montana 7. 5
W. S. C. 41, Idaho 0. b
W. S. C. 48, Gonzaga 0. p
V
CORNELL BEATS PENN. o
PHILADELPHIA. Nov. 26.?Fulfill- Pi
ing predictions, Cornell beat Pennsyl- a
vania on Franklin Field yesterday, 24
to 9. The Ithacans played Pennsy off V
her feet in the opening quarter, but
the U showed great strength at the
finish of the game. -
Ii
OTHER FOOTBALL SCORES: B
Montana-6. Syracuse 6.
Oregon 15, Multnomah 2 P
California 23, Southern California n
21- tl
NATIVES DISPUTING
RIGHT TO PROPERTY
Still unsettled in the district court
s the caso of Lucy Llndemann against
Immle Young, which was an action
tarted to secure the ejectment of
ho defendant from a house on Lower
'ront street known as the Old Chief
ohnson House, a piece of property
rhlch has becu in the courts off and
n for the past eight or nine years.
This case has been unusual in vlow
f the facts that both the plaintiff and
efendants were natives. The plain
Iff claimed the property on the ground
bat she is a daughter of Chief Ana
[la-Hash and once before, in 1914,
rought the matter into court as an
quity case.
The present action has been an
jectment proceeding in which the
lalntlff was represented by J. G.
fold and the defendant by Hellcnthal
: Hellcnthal. The case was tried
efore the following Jury: J. H. Gil
atrick, H. T. Tripp, J. A. Sloane, P.
if. Butters, J. T. Stephens, H. Heid
rn, B. R. Leivers, E. Atckison, Fred
[. Smith. Frank Carroll, Carl E. Lund,
nd W. R. Wills.
/HAT LANE SAYS ABOUT
THE GOVERNMENT R. R.
Franklin K. Lane, secretary of the
iterior, writes of Alaska in the New
:epublic
"In a recent message to Congress
Tcsident Wilson said of the Alaskan
lllroad that it "Is only thrusting in
10 key to the storehouse and throw
lng back the lock and opening the
door. How the tempting resources
of'tho country aro to be exploited Is
another matter. The resources must
be used, but not destroyed or wasted;
used, but not monopolized under any
narrow Idea of individual rights as
against the abiding interest of com
munities."
"This is the keynote of our new
policy In Alaska. Instead of allow
ing the vast rlchos of that great ter
ritory ,to bo exploited at the haphaz
ard will or whim of individuals and
corporations intont only upon quick
and large profits for themselves, we
have set our faces to tho task of do
voioping Alaska and Its resources In
a large, sane and conservative man
ner suited to the magnitude of tho In
terests at stake."
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t 4
4 LEMON CREEK SOLD. *
4 ?4*? ?
4 A quit claim deed has been 4
4 filed at the Recorder's office 4
? closing the transfer of the Lcm- 4
4 on Creek Power and Minos 4
4 Company properties from that 4
? company to the C. 0. Holding ?
? and Development Compary of 4
? Delaware. The consideration 4
4 Is not given. 4
4 This purchasing company HI- *
? ed Its articles of Incorporation 4
4 in the office of the Secretary 4
4 of Alaska Just a few days ago. 4
?444444444444444
Joseph Rolnach, British military
historian, has stated that had the
French guns been able to continue
firing for another two hours In the
battle of Champagne, the German
army would have been driven from
France. It Is also learned that the
German garrison at St. Quentln was
advised that the German lino was
about to break, that all military stores
were removed and that- the German
staff officers formally bade farewell
to the French families with whom
they had been living.
Do your Christmas shopping early
and do It at C. E. Cartwright's (26-3t)
The undersigned claims an Inter
est In the Alaska Produce Co. Any
one doing business with this concern
take notice. E. HARRIDAN. (26-3t
"BIHIe" Taylor Is making candy ex
clusively now for C; E. Cartwrlght.
?(26-3t)
Christmas is Coming. There is
nothing more appropriate for a
Christmas gift than me of Andrews'
Alaska photographs. For Sale by the
Owl Drug Co., 2d and Seward sts.,
Juneau. 24-tf.
Tamales, oyster cocktails, cake and
coffee at the Palace of Sweets. 18-tf
Come and see the beautlfnl and use
ful Christmas gifts In "Pyralln Ivory"
on display at Wlnn'a Prescription
Pharmacy ? "The Store Around the
Corner"?113 2d St., phone 3 (11-20-tf
Ladles: Mrs. Winn will treat you
right, and her hats are right. 17tf
DR. FANNIE WA1TB
Eyesight specialist?Valentine Block.
'?III! I I ?Willi I IIH
AN 0CULI9T ON THE
QUESTION OF DROPS.
IT is becoming dot* and mora evidsat
that "drops" era doomed. Even aniens*
oettllata the w of drugs in the exam
ination of the ryrs for g'a?tt ia passing.
Significant of thin fact la the ? > ;,:y mad*
in the i'hcatioipSia (P?.) Kvcntn* Tele
graph br Dr. L. K. Htrabberg. of JoH?
Hopkins Colletra. to an inquiry. The ? oc
tor answers various questions. v?wn lly
of a medical character in a apodal eohin a
nobitshad in a syndicate of papers. Front
this column. the following quae Hon and
answer are quoted:
"Can ryeglaisaa bo fitted aa wall
without drop j is with, gvncrally spank
ing?"
"Very much bettor without drops. If
apodaliata would only neaJbte it Tbo
uyra moat be kept teetotally dark be
tween each Una-teat and the test
muat be made patiently, but quickly.
The various 'atropine' drupe, era re
apo tibia for ?? many mist.v1- ea made
by the best oculists in lit Una eyeglaee
ee."
? ? ?
Optometrists are trained specialists In
the testing of eyes without drops.
Robert Simpson
Opiomelrht and Optician
3k & e
Has Just Outfitted with Special
Equipment, and WU1 Make a
Specialty of
Plate Work and
treatment of
Pyorrhoea
Careful Attention OlTen to All
In Need of Any Dental Serrlcea
LYRICl
DOUGLAS
Two Show* Starting at 7:30
"In the Name of the Prince of
Peace," a World's feature In
four great parts. ..
"Auntie's Money Bag," an Eclair
drama, acted by childrer.
I A rip-snorting comedy.
LYRIC ORCHESTRA
10 and 25c
I
? ? THE * f
ROYAL GRILL
A First Class Restaurant
\vh<n in Douglas, take your meals
with ns. We eenre the beet of
every thing the market affords.
Open All Hours
DOUGLAS ? ? ? ALASKA
Douglas Fish 8 Ice Co,
ORDERS TABLES 8 PEUYERED
City Wharf ^ Phone 407
MILLY CARLONE
| Ltditi' and Gentleman'* Tailor
Havt jusl iectiv<d 2000 SampUt of
Fall and Wlntu Good* .
ST. A.NN AY. Phone TO DQCGIAS
j CITY BAR]
t r=i docglas r=n
? Phone Order* Promptly ;;
Attended to V>
phone 5-4
? ?
i The Alaska Grill
\ i 1
X PCIL ORCHESTRA MCSIC
DIKING DINNER BOCK
i I ;;
i the best appointed place ;;
: ? ? ? ? in town ????;:
: ::
Best of Everything Served < >
?* at Moderate Prices < >
? o
Z Eastern, Corn Fed II
I Fresh Meat;;
|
* Home Killed Chickens 11
* AND I I
? Freeh Borne Made Sausage J >
Brery Day {j ?
: Independent Market::
Z JULIUS RHE1NBERGER, Prop, ] I
PHONE 119 II
* ?
OIIIIMMMIMIIHHIMM |
Watches, Diamonds
Jewelry, Silverware
I.J.Sharkk
Jewfller mJ
Oprtctio
Gas Boat Tillicum
WILL LEAVE FOR
WARM SPRINGS BAY
Ercr-jr Tueaday MfmJnfr ut 8 O'clock from ?
the City Dock in Juneau and 830 from
Dotyriai City Dock. Pae-scnxers a Freight U
PHONS DOUGLAS Z-& K
Home Comforts
and homelike eats, carefully and
skillfully prepared by the
Wljttr
Cmtrlt
with the same degree of clean
liness that you would find In
your own home
j Eat There
122 FRONT STREET ?
opyrigbt Hart SchaKncr & Marx
Hart Schaftner & Marx
Yarisity Six
Hundred ' '
Several good models are included
under this general head; they're
specially designed for Young Men; .
they have a snap and lively dis
tinction which you'll not get in
any other clothes.
We would be pleased to have you stop into
our store and try on one of ihese coats.
We charge nothing for the use of our mirrors.
GOLDSTEIN'S EMPORIUM
THE HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER & MARX CLOTHES AND EMERY SHIRTS
Free Examination Unc Week
Eautern Optical]Co. 206 Seward Dutldln*. B
Coircct Hetho>) of Fittiwr Glares. Brok- H
cn Lenaci Duplicated. Work Guaranteed.
I Christmas Suggestions!
Shop early before my elegant line of Christmas goods
is picked over, and while you can secure good selections.
I would buy?
FOR MILADY
IVORY PUFF BOX BOX OF STATIONERY
IVORY HAIR RECEIVER DINNER CALENDAR
IVORY PIN TRAY CARD SET
IVORY MANICURE SET BOX OF CANDY
SHOPPING BAG A GOOD BOOK
FOR MY FRIEND
SHAVING SET BOX OF CIGARS
SAFETY RAZOR HUMIDOR OF TOBACCO
SMOKING SET POCKET KNIFE
CIGAR HOLDER FOUNTAIN PEN
GOOD PIPE LEATHER PURSE
Hundreds of other articles suitable for gifts to either
sex of any age. Juneau people can save money by pur
chasing their Christmas goods from me.
R. R. HUBBARD
I FRONT ST., ? ? ? DOUGLAS ;
Take a
^texaBB. (9tdetBlg&,
Tonight
It will act as a laxative in the
morning
Wm. Bntt, Juneau
Elmer ?. Smith, Douglas
You MustSeejOur
GOWN VALUES
TO APPRECIATE THEM
A MAGNIFICENT ARRAY OF LADIES' GOWNS FOR
EVENING AND AFTERNOON WEAR, IN ALL THE
FAVORED COLORINGS AND MATERIALS
___________________________________
EXTRA SPECIAL!
?Evening and Afteroon Gowns, all Colors and Sizes? L;
M5.00 Extra Special S15.001
ALL GOODS REDUCED f
We are always pleased to show goods whether you pur- 0
chase or not.
WAISTS ? In Crepe de
Chine, Taffeta and IWes
saline, all colors c 9 nn
36 to 44
ALL COATS ONE
HALF PRICE
THE FASHION]
PHONE 271
Xmas is Coming
THI8 18 8UPP08ED TO BE THE "ELECTRICITY
WEEK" ALL OVER THE COUNTRY?
I In no other field of scienco has man accomplished within recent
I years quite as much as in the the development of electricity?mot
; only for merely scientific purposes but for popular uses as well. Many
j an unpleasant or wearisome task has become a pleasure when elcc
j trlcity was utilized.
No Home is Complete
without an "Electric CofTee Percolator" or an "Universal Chafllng []
Dish." It is not only useful but it also decorates your home. The H
Universal Electric articles are the very best made. They are abso- B
i lutely guaranteed.
1 JUNEAU DRUG COMPANY 1
" The Store That Hae What You Want . When You Want It" P
OPPOSITE ALASKAN HOTEL PHONE 250 jjJ
Out of town orders are given special attention. "We will put away I
for you anything you may select on payment of a small deposit." I

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