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POLLY AND HER PALS BY CUFF STERETT |qc*V OOO'T S60 ^ISrrPtCM I 1 ,4 Doll fc>ft Gkiizms ? j? jD52L W/R4T I &l\JL iHE LlL GUCK I2> SO^E/HkJ'^?' SHE Starts ~TDnfi?i?.\ J^o M /UOBuDtV V tLSE'a TtiAlKT l?L^lT~Y ^ AlOt tyfvJ L> VBiTOR A$K *~Th? CH?LD L. L-] CitffWT ^mUTSjJ LlSTexl HOAjfe/ JESS Va) TILL 'UiAMT Voo MORfe "Th*AJ LlMaul /UH/TrtWl<r ^LSfe iM "The ^RLpfl M' VOO ^Mll HAUZ iT.M \ '?|||| 1 iwutr Alice, lodfr L J VtLLUH H/1IR liku I am7 Uuy'W DOUGLAS AND TREAD WELL NEWS NOTES | ? _ / A Phonop'aph Makes a DelightM Xmas Gift THE EDISON (Human Tone) THE VICTOR THE COLUMBIA Cj A present for all the year-around and a joy for every member of the family. The Latest in Records tj We have a most complete line of PYRALLN IVORY GOODS including a fihe display of picture frames. C Fountain pens and smokers' sets make an acceptable gift for the gentl men. There's a Xmas Gift for Everyone at Elmer ?? Smithes "The Douglas Xmas Store" LYRIC DOUGLAS TONIGHT EPISOOE TWO?-"GRAFT" Smashing the Tenement House Trust, and other goor* Reels. 10 and 15 cents. | DO YOU KNOW? j i; JUNEAU HAS THE BEST ; :i Tailor Shop in Alaska j ITS I iiIrving Co., Inc.! J I FRONT AND MAIN STS. j F F FF f| 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 Piano T unerj GEORGE ANDERSON, Expert Twen ty years experience. Factory repre sentative for high grade pianos and player pianos. Address Box 991, 'Phone 14S. ! Sale still on at Greenbaum's. Op en every night until 9 o'clock until1 Christmas. d'J3. ' XMAS TREE AT ORPHEUM DOUGLAS, Doc. 23.?The manage ment of the Orphcum Theater has announced that on Monday night at the regular show a Christmas tree will be one of the features of the evening's entertainment. There will be all kinds of gifts fcr those pres ent. F. A. l.ync'n will song Christ mas solos both Sunday and Monday ?nights. | Let me give you an estimate on your carpenter work. W. Engberg, phone 1803. dl2tf ? ' " ? Stiil a Few Good Warm ROOMS ' at Winter Rates at the } I Gastineaup ! Hotel ( ? i. ' n i i MERRY CHRISTMAS FEELING PREVAILS ON DOUGLAS ISLAND DOUGLAS. Doc. 23. ? "Merry i Christmas, Merry Christmas to AH" i is the prevailing spirit on the Isl : and today where a crisp, cold Christ mas day seems promised. Eleventh hour shoppers are making their last trips to the stores and thus ending ! a busy Christmas season for both merchants and buyers. Delivery wagons and clerks have been busy since early morning dispensing the lots of dainties and substantials (which will feature the tables of several hundred families both to morrow and Christmas Day. Several private dinners have been planned for Sunday but as Monday is the real holiday of the season, most of the birds are being reserv ed for December 25. All departments of the Tread well mines, and business places on the ' Island will suspend .operations for Christmas. Excepting the Fourth of July this is the only holiday which is generally observed at Treadwell. Several fine turkeys, with all the trimmings, will be served at the Treadwell boarding house at noon > Christmas. Steward L. S. Ferris 1 promises to have a real Christmas tree inside the building and if ho can anchor one, a lighted tree will be displayed from the top of the I mess house roof tonight and all nights during the holidays. DOUGLAS NOTES H. V. Sully, of the Douglas Un i dertaking Co., left on a business trip for Seattle on the Sophia yes ? terday. Mrs. John Hcnson and son Fred, family of U. S. Commissioner John 1 Henson, returned home on the City | of Seattle this morning from a vis it of several monthB to the States. Chas. Harrier returned home this week from the local hospital where he has been recovering from an at tack of pneumonia. : WINTER AND POND GET FLOWERS FROM CALIFORNIA GARDENS Winter and Pond found it nec : ossary to get flowers to serve the Juneau Christmas demnnd directly from California. The supply in Seattle was not great enough to serve the local demand here, and i they made arrangements to get j their stock for Juneau's late buyers ' directly from the gardens of Cali ' fornla. They received their ship ' meats on the Humboldt. ; HUMBOLDT IN NORTH BOUND The steamer Humboldt arrived at 1 o'clock this morning with 150 tons of freight for the Channel points. A. G. Swift was in the purser's office in place of George Banbury, who is tak ing his vacation. The Juneau arri vals were Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hellen thai. Miss E. B. Jones, \V. K. Martin, C. \V. Cummings, J. J. Castello, Mrs' T. L. Boynton, Henrietta Nickclson, I Edward Berryman, Joe Berryman,! and Miss Margaret Walsh. Those! leaving for the north were W. T. j Burns, Mrs. Mahry, J. B. Marshall, I R. L. Small and wife, P. Smith, E. J. ; Dematt, E. W. Harris, B. L. Stolt man, Samuel Deschamps and John 1 Pascho. We have all the late records for i lall the Phonographs, and a collection j (of,your mo3t favorite artists would' make a suitable Christmas gift. Open : evening3. JUNEAU MUSIC HOUSE. Now is tne time to purchase your TOYS for the kiddies, our assort ment is complete and now open for inspection. Goldstein's Em porium. d24 Fall and Winter Overcoats 1-3 off at Goldstein's Emporium. d22-tf. Extra choice California roses and; chrysanthemums will arrive on Hum boldt. Please order early with Win ter & Pond. d20tf. ? * * Give that man a box of one orj five hundred cigarettes for Christ- i mas. We will cail with samples; if you phone Burford's Corner. Phone | 314. d23. DOUGLAS SCHOOL NOTES ? j DOUGLAS, Dec. 23.?At the. reg-t ular meeting of the I. N. 0. U.,! j this week it was decided to initiate two new members into the Club. I After the business meeting, Miss Wilson, the faculty adviser, read a part of "Dear Enemy," aloud. In- ( j teresting games followed the read-: ' ing with Miss Wilma Gamble and Miss Esther Tile winning first and second prizes. Consolation prize was awarded to Miss Evelyn Beacken.; An exchange system was intro duced through which each one pres ent contributed and received a pres-; ent. Refreshments concluded the evening of pleasure. Programs in the grade and high 1 school rooms were carried off most successfully yesterday with a largf crowd of interested friends present. The Douglas high school students are already making arrangements for the publishing of a school annual or year book. The following re porters were appointed at a recent meeting to collect material for the publication: Helen Stoody will represent the Freshmen class; Impi Aalto, Soph omore's; Elvira Wiltanen, Juniors, and James Fitzmorris, senior and Slgrid Johnson, representative of the Junior High Schoof. At a rieetihg bf Vie Senior data James Fitzmorris was unanimously elected president. The girls' gymnasium class took a hike out the government road Wednesday and brought back a number of small Christmas trees. NO DILLYDALLYING DOUGLAS. Dec. - 2b.? Yesterday ' morning George Peters was arrest ed by Deputy United States Marshal Frank Bach on the charge of booze peddling. He was taken before 17. S. Commissioner Henson and put up $500 cash for his appearance later. He secured an attorney and the latter advised him to plead guil ty which he did, going before the Commissioner at 4 o'clock in the afternoon for that purpose. A fine of $120 and costs, the latter amount ing to $8.25, was imposed. Peters paid up and returned to his work at Treadwell, fully convinced that illicit traffic in\booze is not a re munerative business. , Just arrived?Something new an^ dressy in ladles shoes and pumps dl9 GOLDSTEIN'S EMPORIUM. Call at Goldstein's Emporium an'' got prices on dishes and glassware, we are the most reasonable in town. ?d24. All goods sold at Sharick's en graved free of charge. Open Sun day. d22 Give that man a box of one or five hundred cigarettes for Christ mas. We will call with samples if you phone Burford's Corner. Phone 314. d23. Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware, Cut Glass, Hand-Painted China at reduc ed prices during this week. I. J. SHARICK. DOUGLAS CLASSIFIED FOR FIRST CLASS rooms and board by day, week or month, see Mrs. Hile, cor. D. and 3rd .streets, Dougftts. Phone Douglas 36... d4-lm. TREADWELL MARKSMEN PARTICIPATE IN SHOOT > TREADWELL, Doc. 23.?Several crack shots who won turkeys in the Thanksgiving contest for tur keys In Treadwell last month arc making arrangements to compete for the same variety of bird in Juneau tomorrow at noon when the Juneau Rifle Club will conduct a similar shoot. Potted poinsettas and cyclcmen now on sale at Winter & Pond. d20tf 33 1-3 off on all Hart Schaffner & Marx Overcoats at Goldstein's Em porium. d22-tf. SHOOT FOR FUN MO sport eouala (hooting for * pleasure ana health. It appeals to both (eze* and all ages. day target shooting is the school for crack shots. Call at the Nearest Trapshooting Club You will be heartily welcomed, and every shooter will be glad to loan you a gun and show you how to use it. Ask your sporting goods dealer about the local club. Write us for free trapshooting booklets. E. f. Du Pont De Nemours & C>. r I Established^ 2802 Wilmington, Dal. | ^??????UMHvaoBnnsniciNir^ r , Our Completely Equipped Plant and Modern Methods Expert Mechanists. v Assure you of price and quality. Stormsash by the piece, dozen or carload. Phone 197 Ferry Way, Cor Front ALASKA MFG. CO. ?????????i ** f DOUGLAS ORPHEUM j| % SUNDAY AND CHRISTMAS ? Vivian Martin, the Dainty Darling of the Screen in *' ? "MERELY MARY ANN," a Fox Comedy o i SPECIAL?F. A. LYNCH In Solos. ALL THE NEWS ALL THE TIME ? THE EMPIRE. No Better Christmas Present Than a Remington Remington Typewriter Co. I. E. FISHER, Alaska Representative. Second Floor Malony Bldg. Phone 289. JUNEAU, ALASKA For the Holidays CANDIES AND CREAM FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS PALACE OF SWEETS ? 1 \Y/H? use am:- ?ana ana gravel ?when you can get good clean sand and gravel at the Juneau Sand and Gravel bunkers? Gravel and bar sand S1.7C per yard. At Tread well. SI.CO. I. J.SHARICK Jeweler and Optician Watches, D/amonds, / f?, Jewelry Silverware ? DuUGLAS UNDERTAKING PARLORS H. V. Sully, Propr. | Funeral director and licensed | } embalmer. Lady attendant , ! Phono 82, Front SL, Douglas, Alaska. ? ? j For storm enclosures arid repair work call up W. Engberg, carpenter and builder. Phone 1803. dl2ff HOLIDAY SHOPPERS THE DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT OF THE B-I-G S-T-O-R-E IS A VERITABLE BAZAAR OF DAINTY. EXQUISITE, CAREFULLY SE LECTED GOODS SUITED TO THE SEASON, WE MENTION ESPE CIALLY:? Novelties in Ladies', neckwear, silk crepe de chine waists, many varieties, marvel stripe silk hose, kid gloves, fur sets, embroidered handkerchiefs, many selections, leather novelties, kimonos, Parisian ivory sets, manicure sets, bracelets, knitted sets, and jewel boxes. v // ROYAL SOCIETY PACKAGE OUTFITS MEN'S GOODS THE FURNISHING GOODS DEPARTMENT IS RICH IN MANY SUITABLE PRESENTS FOR MEN AND BOYS ngH USUAL LARGE, WELL SELECTED STOCK OF TOYS, 1 INCLUDING MANY MECHANICAL TOYS THAT ARE JL UV D INSTRUCTIVE. Christmas Marketing for the table to be complete should include a visit to our big meat market, and our grocery store, for table delica cies you may find difficult or impossible to get elsewhere ? We have evergreen festooning, wreathes, holly and mistletoe. Everything priced at our usual low rate. ALASKA TREADWLLL GOLD MINING CO MERCANTILE DEPARTMENT 1