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For Your Regular
Dinner
We Will Have Everything that the Market Affords
GREEN GOODS, FRESH FRUITS, NUTS, CAN
DIES AND VEGETABLES, CALL US UP EARLY.
FREE AND PROMPT DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS
OF CITY.
H. J. Raymond 8 Go.
Open Evenings Until 10 o'Clock Phone 28
??t
IS YOUR WARDROBE
COMPLETE?
Are you stocked up on shirts,
socks, tics, collars, etc? If
there is any article you need
ccuie to us ror it. We have
a brand new stock of the lat
est fashions and styles. At
the prices we are asking this
is your opportunity to com
plete your requirements.
MULLEN & HEBERT
"Tlii. HUB*
Ratee Reasonable Third and Hai.ls Street, Juneau
iheBERGMANN
Newly built and newly furn Ished, mod?.rn In all reapecta, ateam
heated, electric lighted, hot and cold water In every room; bath on
every floor, Including a shower bath. Sanitary conditions perfect.
Dining Room In connection.
/ "
4 * AC f A TVT Why not make the Alaskan Hotel
AL A O iSk. /\ 1 m y?ur winttr home?
HOTEL A. T. SPA7Z, Manager.
______
in every phase of life. It has
a big voice in the affairs of men.
Opportunities come to those that have it that
are never offered to those without it.
John D. Rockefeller started business
with $1,000 and has made tens of
millions of dollars. The great op
portunity knocks but once at every
man's door. Are you ready to seize
your opportunity if it comes to
day? Have you a $1,000 that you can
use?
START SAVING-BE READY
COMMENCE TODAY
First National Bank
TODAY, TOMORROW
The present shapes the future. What you do today con
cerns the things of tomorrow If you arc at all anxlou3 about
your financial future, you should quickly seizo the opportunity
to save money.
An account with this bank affords an easy way to save
money.
The FIRST TERRITORIAL BANK OF ALASKA
26 FRONT STREET
The Empire has THOUSANDS OF READERS.
'EXPORTS FROM
ALASKA FOR ONE
MONTH LARGE
Nearly Six and One-half
Million Dollars Was
Value of Exports
for December.
MONTH WAS~SLACK ONE
Steamers Were Laid Up
and Navigation to
Seward Peninsula
Came to Close.
The exports from Alaswa chow a
falling off in value for the month of
| December, according to the monthly
statement just issued today by the
local customs officials, but this I is
not surprising considering that the
Nome season is closed and over half
of the boats have been laid off the
Southeastern and Southwestern Al
j aska runs.
I The exports for the past month
reached a total valuation of $6,411,
566, which is $2, 908.710 less than
the export values of the month of
November.
Copper exports for the month ex
ceeded by a few dollars the values
of the month prececding. Novem
ber's copper exports were $4,000,576,
while for December they were valued
at $4,096,693. Canned salmon in the
month of November was valued at
$1,399,781. while for the month of
December the total valuation was
only $717,582. Other products show
a corresponding falling off due to
. the winter season.
The detailed report as issued,
shows:
Animals ? ,u
Bones, horns, hoofs 190
Copper 4,096,693
Curios 1,623
Fertilizer 700
'Kippered Herring 40,719
Fresh fish, other than sal
mon 88,268
Dried, smoked and cured
fish 150
Pickled 11,341
Canned salmon 717,582
All other salmon 46,516
.Shell Fish 674
Other fish and fish pro
ducts 4.063
i Furs and skins 17,675
j Gypsum 7.200
I Ivory 2,199
Jewelery .'... 878
Lead ore 10,300
Oils, animals, fish 1,070
Stone, including marole ... 56,135
! Whale bone 6,030
i All other articles 0,223
Total $5,115,854
l United States articles re
turned $ 150.503
Total exports, exclusive of
gold bullion, gold ore and
silver ore $5,266,357
Gold bullion 788,192
I Gold ore 280,192
i Silver ore 76,113
' Gold coin 425
Grand total $6,411,566
"EMPIRE" BOYS TO
' BE GUEST AT THE
0RPHEUM TONIGHT
Mrs. John T. Spickett. god mother
to all the "kids," has again lived
up to her reputation and last night
extended an invitation to every car
rier and sales boy of The Empire
to attend the show at the Orpheum
tonight as her guest. The Invitation
was extended last night and need
: less to say every one of them will
! be on deck. The boys will meet at
The Empire office and will go from
there to the theatre In a body un
I der the leadership of Circulation Man
I ager Burford, whose duty it will be
to herd tnem along and see that none
or the stragglers get left and that
the curfew officers permit the boys
to get home although it might be
after the stipulated hour Tor being
abroad.
EMPIRE "ads" pay.
I
NEW YEARS COMES BUT
ONCE A YEAR
make your New Year goody sips with
cream from a responsible house. Use
plenty of Juneau Dairy milk with it:
you may not be wealthy but you
will be healthy and wise. It saves
many a stomach trouble in older
folks. Why not have the best milk,
I as well as" the most economical,
i Mother can we have whip cream cake
j for New Years.? Sure.
JUNEAU DAIRY
ELKS TO CLOSE
THE OLD TEAR
BY GIVING HOP
Tomorrow night the main uoclal
feature of tho'Now Year's eta "tor for
the' annual celebration will bo the
affair given by the Elks. This func
tion is called Snow Man and Snow
Hall Dance nnd 'ho committee' has
been working hurd on securing new
farms of amusement to go with the
dancing. There will be a snow bat
tle, confetti, and serpentine throwing
Tho entire evening will be practi
cally and goodbye to tho old year
of 1316 and a most glorious welcome
to the young 1937.
As usual there will bo something
good to eat and those having this
In charge will spread themselves.
Tho committee having full charge
of the dance Is composed of J. J
Woodard, L?. R. Main, O. K. Thorpe,
Frank Hughes and O. l^catgreen.
ATTORNEY'S MOTHER PORCED
TO UNDERGO OPERATION
Mrs. Robertson, mother of Ralph
K. Robertson, was forced to under
go an operation for appendicitis at
St. Ann hospital yesterday. The op
eration was performed by Doctor L.
0. Sloanc and Dr. P. J. Mahonc and
was successful as the patient is
resting easily.
TWO ONE?The EMPIRE'S
way for everybody. The EMPIRE'S
"ads" keeps the housewife Informed
of aP sales and the news columns
aro right up to the minute on the
day's news.
Sunshine Biscuits can be had at
Goldstein's Emporium. d9-tf.
NOTIC= OF APPLICATION FOR
PATENT
No. 03484
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE.
Juneau, Alaska. December 32, 1916.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
T. C. Halluni, whoso post .office ad
dress is Juneau. Alaska, In behalf
of himself and li s co-owners, f. E.
Hallum and A. 0. Voyen, has filed
an application for patent for the
lodo mining claims and millsites
known and designated as- the Hal
lum Group and also known und des
ignated as the Ncrman Taku Group,
situated on Mount Juneau and on
the southerly slope thereof, on the
northwesterly side of Gold Creek anu
approximately one (1) mile north
front the Poet Office at Juneau, Al
aska, in the Hnrris Mining District,
Juneau Recording Precinct, Terri
tory of -Alaska, and doscribed by
he field notes and official plat on j
file in this office as Mineral Survey j
No. 1048 A. ft lb; Said group of
claims consists of rh'e following lo'ic
mining claims and miljaites towlt: [
Jack Pine, Ground Hog. Rambler,'
Maple, American Flag, Hemlock, |
Richland, Lnkcma, (also known ns j
Lackemat, Arlmlldin, (also known as j
Arntlldla, Armildo, Arntlltla, Amar-|
ilia, Armlide), Monitor, Queen, Uma-;
tllla. Omega, l.ackcnin Fraction, and
Monitor Fraction ? lodo claims andj
Hile No. 2 :? id Hflo No, 3 Millsites.
Said claim - by* the said survey are j
tit ! to Unit d States Location Mon
ument No. J, which is situated iu j
Latitude 38 18' (north and Longitude
131? 23' 30" wesft, and consists of a
wooden pott in a mound of stones
situated on the cast shore of Gas
tlneuu Channel, just above the road
to the cemeteries and approximate
ly cne-half mile northwesterly of
the Post Office at .iitnoau, Alaska.
Said claim.! r.nd millsites are more
fully described r.s to metes and
bounds tis follows, to-wit:
Arimi'dia Lode Claim
Beginning at corner No. 1 wheuce
U. S. Location Monument No. 3 bears
S. 33? 38' 36" W. 5378.3 ft., thcncc
N. 21? 19' V,". 1500 feet, to Corner
No. 2. thence N. 70? 59' E. COO ft.
to corner No. 3, thence S. 21? 19'
E. 1500 ft. to corner No. 4, theuce
S. 70? 59' W. 600 ft. to corner No.
1. the place of beginning, contain
ing nn area of 20.573 acres. Mag
netic variation 33? 00' E. to 31? 30'
T7*
American Flag Lode Claim
Beginning at corner No. 1. iden-,
Ileal with location corner and cor-1
nor 1 Arimildia Ixxlo previously do-;
scribed. wbcncoU. S. Location Mod-!
ument No. 3 bears S. 37? 12' \V. i
5S66.7 ft., thence N. 21' 19' \V. 1500!
ft. to corner No. 2, identical with |
location corner and corner No. 3 i
Arimildia Lode previously described, I
thence N. 63? 48' K. 242.00 ft. to |
corner No. 3, identical, with loca
tion corner, thence N. 49? 58' E. 340:
ft. to corner No. 4, identical with
location corner, thence S. 21? 19' E.
1438.9 ft. to corner No. 5, identical
with location corner, thence S. 49?
58' \\*. 394.6 ft. to corner No. 1, the
place of beginning, containing an area
ol 18.771 acres. Magnetic variation
33? 10' E. to 32? 10' E.
Richland Lode Claim
Beginning at corner No. 1, identi-1
cal with location corner and corner
No. 5 American Flag lode previous
ly described, whence U. S. Location
Monument No. 3 bears S. 38? 22' \V.
6447.9 feet, thence N. 21? 19' IV.
1438.9 ft. to corner No. 2, identical
with location corner and cbrnnr No.
4 American Flag Lode previously
described, thence N. 49? 58' E. 474.1
ft. to corner No. 3. identical with
location corner, thence S. 47? 16' E.
232.7 ft. to corner No. 4. identical
with location corner, thence S. 21?
19' E. 1195.2 ft. to corner No. 5,
identical with location corner, thence
S. 49? 58' W. 581.6 ft. to corner No.
1, the place of beginning, containing
j an area of 17.911 acres. .Magnetic
1 variation 33? 10' E. to 31? 30' E.
Umatilla Lode Claim
Beginning at corner No. 1, iden
tical with location corner, whence
U. S. Location Monument No. 3
bears S. 45? 39' W. 5377.6 ft., thence
N. 50? 19' \V. 1124.9 ft. to corner
No. 2, identical with locati m cor
ner and corner No. 1, Arimiid.a Lode
previously described, thence N. 70?
59' E, COO ft., to corner No. 3, iden
tical with location corner and corner
No. 1, American Flag Lode, and
corner No. 4, Arluilldla Lode, pre
viously described, thence S. 50? 19'
E. 1124.9 ft. to corner No. 4, identical
with location corner, thence S. 70?
59' W. 600 ft., to corner No. 1, the
place of beginning, containing an
area of 12.239 acres. Magnetic var
iation 33? E. to 32? 10' E.
Maple Lode Claim
Ileginnins at corner No 1, iden
tical with location corner and cor
ner No. 1, American Flag Lode, cor
ner No. 3, Umatilla Lode and Cor
ner No. 4, Arimlldla l^c-de, previous
ly described, whence U. S. Location
Monument No. 3 bears S. 37 12' W.
5S66.7 ft., thence N. 19? 5S' E. 594.6
ft. to corner No. 2, identical with
location corner and corner No. 1,
Richland Lode and corner No. 5,
American Flag Lode, previously de
scribed, thence S. 60? 19' E. 1121.9
ft. to corner No. 3, Identical with
location corner, thence S. 19? 58' W.
594.6 ft. to corner No. 4. identical
with location corner and corner No.1
4, Umatilla. Lode previously describ-!
ed. thence N. 50? 19' \V. 1124.9 ft.,
to corner No. 1, the place of begin-,
ning, containing at> area of 15.108 i
acre?. Magnetic variation 33? 10'
E. to 32? 10' E.
Jack Pine Lode Claim
Tloginning at corner No. 1. identi
cal with location corner and corner
No. 1, Richland Lode and Corner
No. 5, American Flag Lode and Cor.
2, Mnplo Lode, previously described.:
whence U. S. Location Monument
No. 3 bears S. 3S? 22' W. 6447.9 ft.,!
thence N. 19? 58' E. 581.6 ft. to j
corner No. 2. Identical with location
corner and corner No. 5 Richland j
Lode previously,described, theucc S.
50? 19' 15. 1124.9 ft, to corner No.,
3 Identical with location corner,
thence S. 49? 5S' W. 581.6 ft. to,
corner No. 4, identical with location
corner and corner No. 3 Maple Lode;
previously described, thence N. 50?
19' W. 1124.0 ft. to corner No. l.|
the place of beginning, containing!
nn area of 14.778 acres. Magnetic1
variation 33? 10' E. to 32? 00' E. I
Rnmhler Lode Claim
Beginning at corner No. 1. identical
with location corner and corner No.
2, Jack Pine Lode and corner No.
5 Richland Lode previously described,
whence U. S. Location Monument
No. 3 bears S. 30? 19' \V. 7018.0 ft.,
thence N. 49? 5S' E. 370.7 ft., to
corner No. 2, identicrl with location
corner, thence S. 40? 17' E. 1121.4 ft.
to corner No. 3, identical with loca
tion corner, thence S. 40? 38' W.
350.1 ft. to corner No. 4, identical
with location corner and corner No.
3 Jack Pine Lode previously de
scribed, thence N. 50' 19' W. 1124.9
ft. to corner No. 1. place of begin
ning, containing an area of 14.239
acres. Magnetic variation 32s 00'
E. to 32? 10' E.
Omega Lode Claim
Beginning at corner No. 1, identi
cal with location corner and corner
No. 3. Rambler Lode previously de
scribed, whence U. S. Location Monu
ment No. 3 bears S. 48? 33' \V.
7651.1 ft., thence N. 49" 58' E. 247.8
ft. to corner No. 2, Identical with
location comer, thence S. 57? 18'
E. 1531.8 ft. to corner No. 3, identi
cal with location corner, thence S.
49' 58' \V. 211.0 ft. to comer No.
4. identical with location corner,
thence N. 65? 52' W. 294.0 ft., to
comer No. 5, identical with location
corner, thence N. 56? 54' W. 1252.1
feet to corner No. 1. the place of
beginning, containing an area of
8.362 acres. Magnetic variation 32?
10' E.
Hemlock LoOc Claim
Beginning at corner No. 1. ldentl
? cal with location corner and corner
| No. 4 Rambler Lode and corner No.
13 Jack Pino Lode previously dc
(scribed, v.hcnco U. S. Ixtcatlon Mon
; ument No. 3 beam S. 48? 26' \V.
7101.5 ft., thence N. 49? 5S' E. .530.1
! ft. to corner No. 2, identical with
) location con:ar and corner No 3.
Rambler Rode and corner Xo. 1, i
Omega Lode previously described, i
thence S. 5G9 54' E. 1252.1 ft. to -
corner No. 3, identical with location
corner and corner No. 5 Omega Lode I
previously described, thence S. 40?
58' \V. 518.8 ft. to corner No. 4,
Identical with location corner, thence i
N. 58? 16' W. 1261.5 ft. to corner ]
No. 1, place of beginning, containing i
14.701 acres. Magnetic variation 32#
10' E.
Ground Hog Lode Claim
Beginning at comer No. 1, iden
tical with location corner and cor
ner No. 4 Jack Pino Lodo and cor
ner No. 3 Maple Lode, previously
described, whence U. S. Location
Manumont No. 3 bears S. 48" i8'
W. 6519.7 ft., thenco N. 49* 58' E.,
581.6 ft. to center No. 2, identical j
with location corner and Cor.
1 Hemlock, Or. 3 Jack Pino and i
(.'or. 4 Rambler Lodes previously de
scribed, thence S. 58* 16' E. 1261.5 j
ft. to corner No. 3, identical with
location corner and Cor. 4 Hemlock
Lode previously described, thence S.)
i;i* 68' \V. 499.8 ft. .to corner No. |
4, Identical with location corner,
thence N. 61? 43' V?. 1289.4 ft. to
corner No. 1, the plact of begin
ning, containing an area of 14.872
acres. Magnetic variation 32? 10' E.
Queen Lode Cla'm
Beginning at corner No. 1, identl-1
cal with location corner and comer;
No. 4 Umatilla Lode and corner No. j
4 Maple Lode previously described, I
whence U. S. Location Monument
No. 3 bears S. 489 08' 'Ar. 5925.3 ft.,
thence N. 49" 58' E. 594.6 ft. to cor
ner No. 2, Identical with location i
corner and corner No. 3 Maple Lode,
corner No. I Jack Pine Lode and
corner No. 1 Ground Hog Ode pre
viously described, thence S. 61* 43'
E. 12S9.4 ft. to corner No. 3, identi
cal with location corner and corner
No. 4 Ground Hog Lode, previously
described, thence S. 49? 58' W. 259.2
ft. to comer No. 4, identical with lo
cation corner, thence X. 74? 09' \V.
1447.3 ft. to corner No. 1, the place of
beginning, containing nil area of
11.743 acrc3. Magnetic variation 32*
in' r
Lakema Lode Claim
Beginning at corner Xo. 1, iden
tical with location corner and cor
ner Xo. 4, Queen Lode previously
described, whence U. S. Location
Monument No. 3 bears S. 58? 2D'
\V. 6809.3 ft., thence N. 40" 58' 15.
1277.8 ft., to corner Xo. 2, identical
with location corner and corner Xo.
3 Hemlock Lone and corner No. 5
Omega Lode previously described,
thence S. 65? 52' E. 204.0 ft. to cor
ner No. 3, identical with location
corner and corner No. 4 Omega. Lode
previously describe 1, thence S. 49? I
58' W. 1277.8 ft. to corner No. 4 :
identical with locaticn corner, thence
N. 65? 62' W. 294.0 ft. to corner
No. 1, the place of beginning, con
taining 7.7C2 acres In area. Mag
no tic variation 32? 10' E.
Lackcma Fraction Lode Claim
Beginning at corner No. 1. identi
cal with location comer, whence U.
S. Location Monument No. 3 bears
S. 01? 33' W. 0780.3 ft., thence N.
25? 28' \V. 304.0 ft. to corner No.
2 identical with location comer and
corner No. 1 Lakema Lode and cor
nor No. 4 Queen Lode previously de
scribed, thence X. 57? 59' 15.. 1436.5
ft. to corner No. 3,' identical with
location corner, thence S. 25? 28'
15. f.0.6 ft. to corner No. 4, identical
with location corner and corner No.
3 Lakema Lode and comer No. 4
Omega Lode, previously described,
thence S. 4G? 37' \V. 1500.0 ft, to
corner No. 1 tho placo of beginning,
containing an area of 0.940 acres.
Magnetic variation 32? 10' E.
Monitor Lode Claim
Beginning at corner No. 1, identi
cal with location corner, whence U,
S. Location Monument No. 3 bears
S. 02? 4S' W. 5712.0 ft., thence N.
26? 26' W. 1500 ft. to corner No.
2, identical with location corner and !
rnrner Vn I TTmnMIln IjwIa !
corner No. 4 Maple Lode, and cor
ner No. 1 Queen Lode previously
described, thcnco S. 74" 09' E. 765.5
ft. to corner No. 3, identical with
location corner, thcnco S. 26* 26' E.
1500 ft. to corner No. 4, identical
with location corner, thence N. 74?
09' W. 765.5 ft, to corner No. 1, the
place of beginning, containing an
irea of 19.502 acres. Magnetic var
iation 32? 1? E.
Monitor Fraction Lode Claim
Beginning at corner No. 1, whence
U. S. Location Monument No. 3
bears S. 68? 38' W. 5915.5 ft., theuco
N. 12? lo; \y. 365.2 fL.^p <#i;n?r
No. 2, identical with location cor
ner, thence S. 74? 09' E. 400 ft. to
corner No. 3, identical with location
corner and corner No. 4 Monitor
Lode previously described, thence S.
12? 10' E. 365.2 ft. to corner No.
4, Identical with location corner,
thence N. 74? 09' W. 400 ft. to cor
ner No. 1, the place ,of beginning,
containing an area of 2.960 acres.
Magnetic variation 32? 10' E.
Hile No. 2 Mlllsite
Beginning at corner No. 1, iden
tical with cor. No. 10, S. A. H. Sur
1084, Cor. No. 2 Sur. 158 and Cor.
No. 3 Sur. 159, Last Chance Placer,
whonco U. S. Location Monument
No. 3 bears S. 72? 20' W. 5732.8
ft., thence Nor h 414.9 ft. to corner
No. 2, thence East 481.8 ft. to cor
ner No. 3, identical with location
corner, thence South 338 ft. to cor
ner No. 4, Identical with location
corner, thence S. 61? 04' W. 94.3
ft. to corner No. 5, Identical with
location corner, and Cor. 12 S. A.
If. Sur. 1084, Cor. 2 Sur. 156 and
Cor 3 Sur. 157 Last Chance Placer,
thence S. 67? 04' W. 211.9 ft. to
corner No. 6, identical with location
corner and cor. 11 S. A. H. Sur. 1084,
Cor. 2. Sur. 157 and Cor. 3 Sur. 158
Last Chance Piacer, thence N. 75?
54' W. 210.5 ft. to corner No. 1. the
place of beginning, containing an
area of 4.652 acres. Margnetic var
iation 32? 10' E.
Htle No 3 rviiiisiic
Beginning at corner No. 1 identi
cal with location corner and corner
No. 1 Hilc No. 2 Millsltc previously
described, whence U. S. Location
Monument No. II bears S. 73* 00'
W. 6215.9 ft., thence N. 338 ft. to
corner No. 2, identical with location
corner and corner No. 3 Hile No. 2
Millslte previously described, thence
East 523.7 ft. to corner No. 3, identi
cal with location corner, thence
South 475.2 ft. to corner No. 4 iden
tical with location corner and Cor.
No. 2 Sur. 153 and Cor. No. 3 Sur.
154 Last Chanco Placer, thence N.
78? 56' W. 206.2 ft. to corner No. 5.
identical with location corner and
corner No. 2 Sur. 154 and Cor. No.
3 Sur. 155 Last Chance I'lacer,
thence N. 52* 26' W. 262.7 ft. to
corner No. 6, Identical with location
corner and corner No. 2 Sur. 155
and Cor. No. 3 Sur. 156 Last Chance
I'lacer, Ihcncc S. 61? 04' W. 129.2
ft. to corner No. 1, the place of be
ginning, containing an area of 4.612
acres. Magnetic variation 32* 10'
E.
Adjoining Claims
The adjoining claims are the Dora
3rd and St. I'aul Lodes Sur. 545 on
the Northeast of the Omega, the
Stone Cabin, Stone Cabin No. 2 and
Eureka Lodes, unsurveyed, Wm. Eb
ncr, reputed owner, on tho South
east of the Lackema Fraction; tho
No.'b 1, 2, and 3 Mammoth Lodes,
Chas. Goldstein, et al, owners, on
tho Northwest of the Richland,
American Flag and Arimildla Lodes,
respectively; Survey No.'s 156, 157
and 158 Last Chance Placer on
the South and S. A. H. Sur.
1084 on the West of the Hilc No. 2
Millsltc; and Survey No.'s 154, 155,
and 156 Last Chance Placer on the
South of the Hilc No. 3 Millsltc.
Any other adjoining claims are un
known. C. B. WALKER.
Register.
First publication Dee 26, 1916.
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Now for a Complete Riddance of
AH Ready-to-Wear Garments
As has always been our custom we inaugurate this clean-up sale before taking
inventory, and rather than carry the garments over until next season, have
made a cut on all suits, coats, skirts and dresses, and while the stocks are
limited, it still affords a fairly good selection. CHILDREN'S COATS AT ONE
THIRD LESS.
GOOD HEAVY BED COVERING FOR GOLD NIGHTS
A big assortment of fancy plaids, pink and blue borders, and solid gray, in the
regular size. We were fortunate in having a lot of these carried over from
last year and still remain at the old price which is at least a saving of
Twenty-five Per Cent.
SILKS FOR ALL-THE-YEAR-ROUND WEAR
Neat plaids suitable for waisting in the dark colors, yard wide fancy silks, in
taffeta, mostly checks and plaids, crepe de chine in light evening shades,
black silks in satin, taffeta, crepe de chine and Duchess.
CASHMERE HOSE FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN
Infants' sizes, children's sizes and Misses' cashmere hose at 35c pair, together
with a medium weight hose for ladies at 35c, 50c, 75c and $1.00. Try
our infants' silk and wool hose in black, white and light blue at 50c the pair.
COTTEN OR WOOLEN BATH ROBES--S3.50 to 520.00
Every woman needs one of these garments for 'round the house wear these cold
mornings. Come in a big range of patterns, blues, pinks, lavender and grey;
some satin trimmed, others plain, also all wool Pendleton robes. j
B. M. Behrends Co., Inc.

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