Alaska Day wns generally ob
served today by all Federal and
Territorial officers in Juneau and
the offices were closed. The stores
remained opeu and the post office
gave service until noon. The banks
closed for the day and their em
ployees enjoyed a vacation. The
public school did not open and the
pupUs availed thmselves of the op
portunity to witness the football;
The big dance at the A. B. hall;
this evening, to be given by Camp;
Juneau No. 32. will end the day in i
a fitting manuer. Alaska Day has
been chosen by that Order for their'
annual social event and it is a fit
ting choice. The order is entirely
one of the North.
The preparations for the dance [
are being carried out today and the
hall is being beautifully and appro- j
prlately decorated by a force of the t
members under the direction of .Mrs. i
John B. Marshall, who with other
ladies, wives and friends of the A. i
B.'s have taken a great interest in
seeing that this dance is one of the ;
largest social events of the season.
The big tank is being tastefully
aud attractively decorated. the
scheme followed out being novel and ?
A good orchestra has been se
cured and as the floor Is the best,
a good time is assured.
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IS OUT FOR WILSON
SPOKANE. Oct. 18. ? LeRoy
Slater, formerly chairman of the
Progressive State Central Commit
tee and elected last month as Spo
kane's member of the Republican
State Central committee, has re
signed from the latter and announc
ed that he will support President
Wood row Wilson for President.
NORWAY LOSES 171
SHIPS IN WAR ZONE.
CHRISTIANIA. Oct. 18. ? Nor
way's losses at sea front the open
ing of the v^r. as the result of
mines and submarines, are 171 ves
sels of the total tonnage of 235,000
tons. The vessels were valued at
84,000,000 crowns. One hundred
and forty sailors have lost their
In the District Court of the United
States, Division Number One, Ter
ritory of Alaska. No. 1523-A.
Anna Brodcur, plaintiff, vs Adolph
Phillip Brodeaur, defendant
To Adolph Phillip Brodeur, Defend
In the name of the United States!
of America you are hereby com-j
manded to appear and be in the j
above-entitled court, holden at Ju
neau. In said Division of ouid Ter
ritory, and answer the complaint
filed against you in an action for di
vorce. within thirty days from the
service of this summons and a copy
of said complaint upon you. viz:
On or before November 6th, 1916.
and. if you fail to so appear and
answer, for want thereof the plain
tic will take Judgment for divorce
as prayed in complaint.
Date of order of Court for publica
tion of summons, September 26.
And you. the United States Mar
shal of Division No. 1. of the Dis
trict of Alaska, or any deputy, are
hereby required to make service of
this summons upon the defendant as
by law required and you will make I
due return hereof to the Clerk of
this Court with forty days from
the date of delivery to you, with an
endorsement hereon of your doing
In the premises.
In Witness Whereof. I have here
unto set my hand and affixed the
seal of the above Court this 26th
day of September. A. D. 1916.
J. W. BELL. Clerk.
First publication, September 27,
Last publication, November 1,
APPLICATION'S FOR LF.ASE OF AL- \
ASKA COAL LANDS.
DEPARTMENT OF THE .INTERIOR,
Washington, October 4. 1916. Notice
Is hereby given that under the Act of
Congress. u|i(>rove?l Oclobsr 2<>. 1914.
f3* Stat.. T41). entitled. "An Act to I
provide for the leasing of coal lands !
in the Territory of Alaska" and regu- |
lations thereunder of May IS. 1916, ap
plications for lease have been filed
with the Commissioner of the General
I-aud Ortice as follows:
No. 1. Leasing Block ?. Matanuska 1
Held, 60a acres: proposed invest-1
ment $60,000. or more, develop
ment work t? begin within ten
days after sward of lease:
No. 2. Leasing Blocks 1? and 11. Mat- ;
anu.ska field. 1.440 neres. pro- t
posed investment $144.?sw>, devel
opment work to begin not later *
than July 1. 1917:
No. 3. Leasing Blocks 11. 12. 13. 17.
Matanuska Held. 2.440 acres,
proposed Investment $2i*?.i"m !
to $2,000,000. development work '
to begin within 60 days from
date of lease;
No. 4. Leasing Block 12. Matanuska
field. 480 acres, proposed invest
ment $100,000. development work
to begin not later than May 1.
No. G. Leasing Blocks IS. 19. 20. 22.
23. 24. Bering River Field. 2.
42o acres, proposed investment
3300.0O0. development work to
begin not later than May 1.
No. (. Leasing Blocks 34. 35. 36. Ber
ing River field. 1.320 acres, pro
posed Investment $100,000 or
No. 7. I-easing Block 2, Matanuska
field. 4S0 acres, or In the alter
native. leasing Blocks IS. 19. 20.
Bering River field. 1.440 acres,
proponed investment $50,000. de
velopment work to begin as soon
as railroads can handle output.
N'>. S. Leasing Blocks 2 and 3. Matan
uska field. 1.400 acres, proposed
Investment $160,000. development
work to begin sixty days after
date of lease.
On November 10. 1916, the said appli
cations will be taken up and the pro
posals therein considered, subject to
any better terms that may be offered by
any other qualified applicant during tho
period of publication, or by the first
ALEXANDER T. VOGELSANG.
(Nov. 13) Acting Sccretury.
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IN THE HISTORY OF JUNEAU OR ELSEWHERE I
It 10 000 ^ort^ ?^ Grade Merchandise, Consisting of
MUjlJUU IVlengSuits, Overcoats, Raincoats,Mactinaws, Sweat
ers, Flannel Shirts, Dress Shirts, Wool and Cotton Underwear, Pants, Hats, Shoes, Rubber Goods, Etc.
is Going on Public Sale Regardless of Cost
CIRCUMSTANCES EXIST WHEREBY THIS ENTIRE STOCK MUST BE TURNED INTO MONEY REGARDLESS OF FORMER COST OR VALUE.
Loss or profit is entirely forgotten in this sale, for EVERYTHING MUST BE SOLD, and sold it will be no matter how great a sacrifice it may be. This is
not a 5c or 10c discount sale, but a sale where everything in the store is cut, butchered and slashed to the bone. You cannot afford to miss this sale, so be
sure and come. It will more than pay you. Just a few of the prices picked at random, as our stock is too large and the space is too limited to mention all.
A visit to our store will convince you.
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10c Canvas Gloves at 5c
50c and 75 c President Suspenders 35c
50c Suspenders at 25c
15c Linen Handkerchiefs at 5c
15c Cotton Sox at 10c
35c Wool Sox at 20c
25c Boston Garters, per pair 15c
| MEN'S PANTS
$2.00 Khaki Pants $1.25
2.50 Pants, now 1.65 f
3.00 Pants, now 1.95 |
4.00 Pants, now 2.45 i
5.00 Pants, now 3.45
WOOLEN AND COTTON UNDERWEAR
$ .75 Fleece Lined Underwear 45c
1.75 Ribbed Underwear 45c
1.50 Wool Underwear 85c
2.00 Wool Underwear $ 1.25
12.25 Wool Underwear 1.45
, 2.50 Wool Underwear 1.65
10.00 Mackinaws, now 5.75
12.50 Mackinaws 7.75
17.50 Mackinaws 11.75
MEN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS
of the finest quality and workmanship. Brand
new goocJs, just arrived on the last boat.
$15.00 Suits on sale at $ 9.85
20.00 Suits on sale at 12.75
25.00 Suits on sale at 14.75
30.00 Suits on sale at 18.75
35.00 Suits on sale at 22.75
$1.50 Flannel Shirts $ .75
2.50 Flannel Shirts 1.65
3.00 Flannel Shirts 1.95
6.00-Oregon City Stag Shirts, guar
anteed waterproof, at 3.95
$ 7.50 Raincoats, now $ 3.75
10.00 Raincoats, now .^4.75
15.00 Raincoats, now 8.75
20.00 Raincoats, now 10.75
22.50 Raincoats, now 12.75
OVERCOATS ?" "? ?
$20.00 Overcoats on sale at $12.75
25.00 Overcoats on sale at 14.75
30.00 -Overcoats on sale at 18.75
$1.50 Dress Shirts $ .95
2.00 Dress Shirts 1.35
$4.50 Shoes, now $3.25
5.00 Shoes, now 3.95
5.50 Shoes, now 4.25
8.00 High Top Shoes, now 6.25
9.00 High Top Shoes, now 7.25
$ 3.50 Sweaters, now .... $1.95
7.50 Sweaters, now 3.95
10.00 Sweaters, now 6.25 I
ONE LOT OF SHIRTS, SLIGHTLY SOILED
AND BROKEN SIZES, VALUES TO $1.00, NOW
ON SALE AT 15c
j TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS GREAT SALE?BUY YOUR OUTFIT NOW AT LESS THAN WHOLESALE COST |
JUNEAU CLOTHING CO.
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Stock Will be sold Wholesale
ARTHUR A. NAGEL, Proprietor .
76-78 Front Street, Corner Franklin Next to the New Hellenthal Building
Don't be Late. Come Early While
the assortment is large
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