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FOR
Christmas
TABLES
1847 Rogers Bros.. "Silver piste
that wears." Beautiful but not
extravagant?as true Chrlstmao
gifts should be.
26-piece sets in beautiful
plush-lined cabinets '
Soup Ladles, Gravy Ladles,
Berry Spoons, Sugar Shells,
Butter Knives, Salad Forks,
Pickle Forks, Carving Sets,
Children's Sets.
Every piece backed by an un
qualified guarantee, made possi
ble by the actual test of over
sixty-five years. Also, a full lino
of Community Silver and Sterl
ing Sliver.
Paul Eloedhorn
jeweler
Front Street Douglas
IAN OCULIST ON THE
QUESTION OF DROPS.
IT l? becoming more end more evident
I that "drops" are doomed. Even srvmg
oralis'* the u?e of dross in the exun
1 nation of the ry?e for glams is passing.
Sigutflrint of this fact la the r<V.y msde
In the Philadelphia (Ps.) Evening Tele
grapVbv [>,. j,. K Hirshberg. of John
Hopkins College, to sn inquiry. The OC
tor answers vsrioas question*. generr If
of a medical character, in a special colon a
pubiiahed in a svndicata of paper*. Prom
this column, the following question and
answer are quoted: i
"Can efeglaeaas be fitted as well
withoutdrope as with, generally speak,
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"Ve-y much better without drops, if
specialists would only realise it. The
eyee must be kept tec to tally dark be
tween each lens-test, and the test
moat be made patiently, but quickly. '
The various 'atropine' n rop* ere re- I
spo sible for ?" many mistakes made
by the beat oculists in fitting eyeglars
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Optometrists are trained specialists In
the testing of eyes without drops.
Robert Simpson
Optometrist and Optician
DR. CHA3. DTCARTER?
Modem dentistry in ail 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 ?
phono 3. 11-22-tf
Better try a "Dusty Rhode." that
different chocolate, at THE ROLYAT.
Taylor Candy Co., Seward street.?
11-30-tf.
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ROYAL GRILL
A First Class Restaurant
When In Donglas take your meals .
with us. We serve the beat of
every thing the market affords.
Open All Hours
| DOUGLAS ? ? ? ALA8KA
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F. J. JEROME
"Triple O"
Douglas, Alaska
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MILLY CARLONE
THE MERCHANT TAILOR
Cleaning, pressing and repairing
a specailty. First class work
guaranteed. We call and deliver,
phono 70, St Ann Avo., Douglas
1 CITY BAR |
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? Phone Orders Promptly \ \
Attended to !!i
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PHONE 5-4 X
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? The Alaska Grill j]
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X FULL ORCHBSTRA MUSIC
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% THE BEST APPOINTED PLACE <;
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s> Best of Everything Served 4.
? at Moderate Prices I
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Watches, Diamonds
Jewelry. Silverware
I.J.Sharick.
Jeweler ead
OpUoUfi
Gas Boat Tillicum
WILL LEAVE FOR
WARM SPRINGS BAY
! E rery Tur-M.iv M mini ,\% 8 O'clock from
the City Dock in Juncaa and 8:30 from
' Doogias Citv Dock. Passenger* a Freight
PHONE DOUGLAS M
"Til Saeter"
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.A rip-roaring comedy In one act, u
presented by a east of I
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Seven .males and two females. ;
An hour and a half of solid fun. t
Full of snap and ginger. At the
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Lyric Theatre j
THURSDAY NIGHT
December 9th
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Presented and staged under the
auspices of the
Sons of Norway
ADMISSION SOo
After the show a dance will be
given at the Douglas Island La
bor Union Hall, Admlason 50c?
Ladles Free.
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CHRISTMAS SUGGESTIONS
Dou't fail to sec and price
tho line assortment of holiday
goods that can't be beat any
where, In any way, at
GUVS DRUG 8TORE
Opposite Douglas P. O.
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ORPHEUM THEATRE
D0UGLA8
Thursday and Friday, Dec. 9 and 10.
The last episode of the Clutching
Hand. This episode is very naturally
the most interesting of the serial, as
it is the finis of the story, and a pre
paration for wedding bells with Elaine
and ? In the leading roles.
Pathe News. No. 72, very latest
events, and up-to-date styles.
A drama and comedy of course.
Charley Is coming.
Matinee Sunday, 3 p. m. ???
PERMITS ISSUED.
Alaska permits have been issued
to the following teachers, by tho Ter
ritorial Superintendent of Public In
struction: Miss Claire C. Buor, Ket
chikan. S. W. Conwell. Juneau. Miss
Ruth Hall, Ketchikan. Miss Emma
Kent, Ketchikan, Miss Nleta Irene
Mitchell, Ketchikan. Miss Marguerite
Uhler, Hoonah, Miss Orah Dee Clark,
Anchorage.
HAVE JUST
received the largest aseortment of
dressed dolls, teddy bears, Xrras tree
ornaments, Xmaa cards. New Year
cards, Xmas place cards, and Xmaz
stationary, to be found on Douglas
Island. BRIE DRUG CO.
12-3-':L DOUGLAS.
For a Christmas gift nothing could
be appreciated more than Alaska Old
Ivory, made of mastodon tusks. It
Is valuable both for Its beauty and Its
history. I have a full line?brooches,
lavaller's, cuff buttons, tie pins and
watch fobs. Paul Bloedhorn, Doug
la^ 12-7-3t
Automobiles
Tires and Tubes
of all sizes.
Tire Accessories
of all kinds,
Cement,
Cementless Pat
ches,
Skid Chains,
Driving Gauntlets,
Bumpers,
Brake Lining,
Tire Pumps,
Electric Auto
Lamps,
Fittings,
Electric Cigar
Lighters,
Oils,
Greases,
Paints, etc.
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Ford and Overland Agencies
Complete Stock of Ford
Parts and Accessories.
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Union Iron Works
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TREADWELL NOTES I
TREADWELL, Dec. 9. -The Tread
roll fire dopartmont will hold Its rog
ilar meeting at tho nrcinene' ball, to
ilght. and after the business is trans
eel moving picture show.
frod Carmony. an old tlmo citizen
?f this community, who has spent the
ast four years in Seattlo, returned
o Treadwell on a recent boat, and
vlll make his homo he^o in the fu
ure. He is n brother of Tom Car
nony, an engineer on the Treadwell
The store basketball toam will con
est honors with the Mexican team to
night, at the Douglas Natutorium.
The game Is expected to develop the
hardest fought battle yet put up by
tho store boys. Tho lineup is as fol
lows: Store team: Johnson, center;
Chrlstmnn, Foreman and Walker, for
wards; Rapp, Coblcntz and Richard
son, guards. For the Mexican: Arch
er, center; Higiey and Stevens, for
wards; Keen. Mulligan and Wihte,
guards.
A linen shower will be given by Miss
Ann Pcnglasc, at the homo of her
mother, Mrs. John Penglase, on Sec
ond street, Douglas, on Friday night,
December 10th, In honor of Miss Edith
Jackson, who Is to become the bride
of Elwood McClaln. of Treadwell, on
the 31st Instant.
Krause Gets Year for
Impersonating Officer;
Kidnaping Bonds $5000
(Continued from Page 1.)
today In sentencing Krauso."
Only once, yesterday, did Krause
look at Mrs. William Christie, for love
of whiil* the authorities say, Krause
made away with William Christie.
That was when ho was led into Judge
Marshall's court-rooom, with wrists
manacled together. As he sat down
In front of tho commissioner's desk,
Krauso turned and looked at - Mrs.
Christie. The latter gave him no sign
of recognition. Mrs. Christie made a
very favorable impression on those
who attended the hearing. The anx
iety and suffering that she probably
has endured since her husband was
taken away, was written on her face
and she was an attentive listener to
every bit of evidence offered by the
witnesses.
?When Nick King looked at Krause
and identified him as "Miller." Krause
met the mill foreman's gaze steadily,
but as ho turned his head away he
swallowed hard and drooped his head.
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COURT NOTES
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Asks Dismissal.
A stipulation to dismiss proceedings
has been tiled In the case of Frank Mc
Coy against P. L. Gcmrnett and N.
Schulthels, at the plaintiff's costs.
Deny Liability.
In an answer to tbo complaint re
cently filed against them by Golbhart
Backer, Charles Goldstein and J. T.
Welch deny each and all of the
charges made in the complaint. J. H.
Cobb represents tbo plaintiff and John
Rustgard the defense.
Suit has been filed by Gunnison &
Robertson against Fred Lang to re
cover the amount of $73 alleged to be
due for services rendered, and costs
of action.
Mrs. Lena Perelle has filed suit
against J. Fiorina to recover amount
of $63.75 alleged to be due for board
and lodging.
H. J. Raymond & Co. have filed suit
against C. M. Hovlck. alias Ed Hovlck,
I asking for $34.70 alleged to bo due for
merchandise furnished.
Alex Hendrickson was fined $15 by
Magistrate E. W. Pettlt yesterday nf
I ter being found on the street In his
night clothes. Hendrickson had come
down from the mine and was ill with
lu grippe. He had apparently been
I delirious from fever when taken Into
[ custody by Officer Dan Harrington.
Tom Smith was also fined $15 by
the magistrate, as penalty for drunk
enness.
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j Dr. Wm. Sltpler of Denver, Is stay
[ !ng at the Gastlneau.
MERRY XMAS
And will your Xmas be as merry as
you could make It by having the best
MUSIC In the world atyour command?
CHRISTMAS Day Is the day of HAR
MONY In all things; and surely, noth
Ing can bring Harmony to the family
j any more readily than MUSIC.
We have a large assortment of Stand
ard Talking Machines, I. e., Edison,
Columbia and Victor. Terms as low
as FIVE DOLLARS down and FIVE a
month. Come In and get our prices
and terms on the machine you like.
We know that you will be pleased.
ELMER E. SMITH,
12-8-2t. Douglas. Alaska.
Women's Goats
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A fine selection of Women's
Coast have just been opened.
AH the newest styles in
| Cloth, Plush and Corduroy
? are shown at
Moderate
Prices
Ivening Gowns |
choice lot of Evening *
Gowns have just been re
ceived from fashion's centre.
All the newest modes are
shown in Pink, Blue, Maize,
7eliow and Black.
Reasonably
Priced
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"EFE' tjoldstcii s mporium
CHRISTMAS ? CHRISTMAS f
hi i? ? EVERYTHING FOR EVERYBODY ' ' "as fw? |
ii ii mi i?mini ?
Friday and Saturday
ONLY
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DelMonte Tomatoes, Ar
Per Case .......... vj^w.03
Sugar Corn, Per r A
Case $?.jU
Carnation Milk, Per r/\
Case vpJ.DU
Mt. Vernon Milk, Per
FREE DELIVERY
Gold Creek Grocery
Phone 135
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ALTAR SOCIETY WILL
MEET TOMORROW
The Ladles' Altar Society of tho
Catholic church will meet tomorrow
afternoon at 2 o'clock at the homo of
Mrs. Samuel Guyot on Kennedy street.
Come and see the beautiful and use
ful Christmas flfts In "Pyralin Ivory"
on display at Winn's Prescription
Pharmacy ? "Tho Store Around the
Corner"?113 2d St., phone 3 (11-20-tf
Great half-price reduction sale on
gowns at THE FASHION, Thursday,
Friday and Saturday. 8-2t
Great half-price reduction sale on
gowns at THE FASHION, Thursday,
Friday and Saturday. 8-2t
Tam&les, oyster cocktails, cake and
coffee at the Palace of Sweets. 18-tf
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* MARINE NOTES *
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The Al-Ki is duo from tho Soutli
Sunday.
The Georgia is duo back from Sitka
Saturday.
Tho Admiral Evans is duo South
bound Saturday.
The Jefferson is duo from the South
Sunday.
Tho City of Scattlo arrived this
morning from Seattle and will sail
south Saturday morning.
Tho Admiral Farragut is duo Fri
day night from Scattlo.
Tho Alameda leaves Seattle Friday
night.
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MEXICAN IS HELD
FOR GRAND JURY
Louis Mann, a Mexican, was tills
afternoon bound over to nncwor to
the grand Jury on tho charge of
stealing clothing from a trunk belong
ing to Samuel Fcldon of Perseverance.
Tho trunk was stored In tho warehouse
of tho Alaska Supply Co. A com
plaint was sworn out early this after
noon and shortly after that Chief of
Police E. J. Sliter ahd tho man under
arrest. Ball was fixed at f500 but has
not yet been furnished.
While on the stand in hi", own trial,
Mann stated that Fred Llndbe rg had
asststcd him. Ltndberg was also nr
rested and was given a hearing this
afternoon. No decision had been
reached at press time.
Llndberg was discharged from the
federal jail only a month ago after
serving his fifth term thero on one
charge or another.
Buy ROLYAT, puro, high-grade can
dies for Christmas. Our two candy
makers are completing the largest as
sortment In Alaska. Hand made cho
colates, 60c lb., in bulk. Taylor Can
dy Co.
KENDKICK& FERTE
Expert Sifln Wrltero
We Specializo on Show Card3.
Great half-price reduction sale on
gowns at THE FASHION, Thursday,
Friday and Saturday. , 8-2t
Make the Joy of ihristmas i
last 865 days each year. Nothing is more appropriate or will give more real and lasting
enjoyment than an electrical cooking or toilet device. They are comparatively inexpensive.
ELECTRIC OVENS $10.00
ELECTRIC PERCOLATORS $6 TO $16
ELECTRIC CHAFING DISHES - $5 TO $15
ELECTRIC HOT PLATES $3 TO $6
ELECTRIC TOASTERS $3 TO $5
ELECTRIC IRONS (6 pounds) $3.00
ELECTRIC GRILLS $3 TO $5
ELECTRIC CURLING IRONS $4-00
ELECTRIC HOT WATER BOTTLES - $5-00
ELECTRIC LIGHTS FOR CHRISTMAS TREES ? *' PER: SET $3 TO $8
Either of these articles would make a proper gift for any lady, and she would appreciate
any of them, as there is never a day that a woman does not need some of the articles
mentioned in this list. See our window for display.
1TTFIFTC! FE\TC!ETV[HARDWARE DEALER
JULIUlJ JElLlMiLl DOUGLAS. ALASKA
Toys and Polls
Of every description, cheap, cheap, cheap, cheaper than dirt. fa.
Come and take them away at almost your own price.
a
I Horses, 25c to $6.50
Panama Pile Drivers
Panama Sand Cranes
Wheat Elevators
Doll Beds
Tea Sets
Mirrorscopes
Fire Trucks
I Many of thcso toy* ore mechanical wonders, and furnish the
child hours of valuable Instruction as well as amusement.
RANDIES FOR THE KIDDIES j
Grown-ups as well as younq. We manufacture the very best 0
and purest of home made candles of all kinds. Orders for private
parties, Sunday Sschonl and Church functions our specialty. Give
us your orders both wholesale and retail.
LEIVERS S LEIVERS I
"THE KANDY KINGS" DOUGLAS, ALASKA
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DC1 A TlIT J Made in Juneau bv Albert Berrv from ALASKAN
~?V?L.V ^ OLD IVORY, GOLD AND COPPER. at Tbc
fffirot Arte anil Crafts SIrap
? Msin St. opp. Orpheum Theatre. ? Juneau. ? Open Evenings
Nrrilrniurk rf QjJualittJ
DAINTY HAND MADE GIFTS AT MODERATE PRICES
MRS. ALBERT BERRY, 317 Seward Phone 340
FF IK SIanc^
ILllLJi LlLkJ JCNEAD LODGE NO. 420
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Elks' Auditorium
DECEMBER
NIGHTS
DREAM
jjagqugrafo
SUtttrgfout
Night

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