.JL hv> I h-S
'.inure of her aimer,
dam*. whoae birthday
lira. Malcolm -Wilson
en _*<-u with ? il^iner party Fri
day evening. ^ l'o*erm w?c laid for
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Complimentary to Mr* Henr>
who vlaited here durlnit the week.
with a tea at her home Wednv*du>.
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HOSPITAL MOTES <
Philip Horan. who has been aeri
owdy III from the i-ffscta of an oper
ation for nppcndlrltta performed at |
the St. Ann hoapltal laat week. t? '
nald to be ItuprovInK and a complete
Mi II. T"k if who un<ltr? nt
the llawe* hoopltal. has recovvrrd
? n'livrt fouii'l In
nil t'l K<t?
"What will I send this Christmas?'
THE NUGGET SHOP
THE HOME UNDERTAKING PARLORS
H V SULLY
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SUITS OF DISTINCTION
You men who ;nv looking for suii? thlit eom
tuivs tlmt filter into a good suit nml not ?<? far
lhc\ siani|H'?l bv Fashion as tin- un > ?! wanted
ami approved ideas. Variety pra<t i?-alh k >v
no limit. Here are models to please tlie most
]>artieular man, ami in materials that show refine
ment and jjood taste. In all colors at jtopular
Man. oh. man. you want
J iuii arrWed. Four -!?- 1 lands
lis *asj PiKf* 75e to $2.75
B. M. Behrends Company, inc.
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AND SOUTH BOUND
The harbor boat Peteraon arrived
ii (Mirt Tupiwlay from Fort William
I Si'wit'tl and left Wednesday nlKlit
icven and one-halt days' mall ami
W. C. T. U. TO MEET
1 \V. ('. T. lT. wlli holil ii,'
COMPLETES SEASON'S WORK *
IIi'Iru 1'otcrnon, Mm. J. L. Hill 1
ind OIrii skor were paaaenxerH on
tlio Spokane for their liomeit at J'et- 1
smburK. They have been here aa
In Portland, Orenon. for the paat nev
ral woeka for the benefit of hor
health, returned here ou the itoarn
Chrla1 ('ampton, foreman on tho
Skugway. He recently arvured hln
dual naturalization papers In the U.
and crew have returned to Juneau
Iiik aurveyliiR work In tho vicinity
of Ketchikan, arrived hero on the
Ceorco A Oetehell. deputy U. 8.
the ofTlce of Deputy N. Howell
.Miillniid. J. II. Stnnton. trarnllnK
nli men. left oil the Spukum* on a
Miss Marie Adams
Children'* rlnnso* ovory
Night at 7:30
\350 Distin Ave. Plione 437
-arisfi Hall Nov. 2 \ , 22, z3
1,000 FANCY AND USEFUL ARTICLES
AT BARGAIN PRICES
DANCING EVERY NIGHT
AGRICULTURAL EXHIBIT, FISH POND,
LUNCH ROOM, ICE CREAM
HOME MADE CANDY
SAYJ. YOUR NICKLES AND BUY YOUR
SEASON TICKET NOW? IT PAYS.
Charles Ottusoii, stock holder of
tlin Alaska-Dano Mining Company,
who haH been hern for the pant sev
iral days, returned to the mini ng
nimp ijJ Punter llay <f!i tba Kate
I.ang Cobb und 0. McGregor ar
rived here during the weak from
hit biiKof, where they have been for
8. Howell, pioneer mining man In
the Interior, arrived here on the
Northweiitern lam night and will
leave (or Chl< hagof tonight on bu?
A. J. AdaniH, former mayor of
Cordova und member of tbe Terri
torial Klsh Commission, paused thru
Juneau on the Northwestern en route
to Seattle, where he will aitend the
Alu?ka flxherioK hearing to bogln No
vember 17. He will return North
Immediately after the bearing la
W. H. Whittlesey, for several
vears United States eommiKsloner at
Seward and prominent In the west
ward. arrived here yii the North
western and will remain for a short
time when he will proeeed to Seattle
on his flrst trip outside for many
Mr. and Mr?. A. E. Maltby of Kel
ehlkan returned to (heir home on
the Northwestern. Mr. Maltby, who
Is assistant I'll I ted States attorney
has heen here on eourt business.
Thomas MiKlnnon. one of tli<
most (trornlnent milling men In th<
Interior, passed throuxh Juneau on
the Northwestern en route to Wash
I melon and California, to remain un
J. K. Hit hardson, wltl" the Copper
Itlver and Northwestern railroad at
Cordova, areompanled by Mrs. Itieh
irdeon, passed through Juneau on
the Northwestern to spend tlio hull '
l'i ter Covleh and Tony Sharkey,
niliiers. who have been here for the
;iast week, left on the Bstebeth
'hurnlay nlRht to resume their work
w ith the Admiralty Alaska Gold Min
ing Company at Kuntor Hay.
Mrs. C. J. Alexander and her little
daughter. Donna Ualle, will leave on
the Ambu ador tonight for C'hleha
of to visit with Mrs. Alexander's
J. C. Van Orsdale and Mrs. Van
Orsdnlc, from the Kantlshnn, passed
throiiKh Juneau on the Northwestern
en route to the States, where they
Will spend the winter.
Kully furnished 1. 2. 3, 4
Hoom flultea with baths. All
up. Alfo nicely furulnhed <ab
iiiH for rent; tS per month,
l'honc 286. Mrs Bertha Ho*an.
I r< mi Uavl . i aptaln of the gaa
lx>at Cordelia I)., left for tbo south
m the RtouniHlilp North wintnrn on ?
builncwi trip. He expecta to return
In the early spring.
K. It. Jaeger and V. A. Paint ar- '
rived during the woek from Kake.
where they had been on buiilncM.
Tlie^ brought bark with them a
ifiiii n ti ty of wild gamo.
Fred Hodge*, formerly with tile
AliiKk i C;iatlm:iU Mining Company,
who luia been i.ere for several day*
mi bUHlnesx. lift for the aouUi on
I he HteaniRhlp Northwestern.
li. Li. Rich, traveling salesman for
Ihe liliK-k Maiiufaeturlng Company.
K>opped here on bualneaa while the
Alameda waa in port and pro
? oedt.'d to Cordova on that steamship
TYPEWRITER FOR SALE
Remington Standard No. 10; ban
11%-lrirh cylinder und la practically
a* goo<l n* new. Will tell at half
price. Can be aeen at office of
Wm. C. W right
Real Alaska Manufactured
Nugget Jewelry. Also a
complete line of Eastern
Mail Order* given prompt
GENERAL MERCHANDISE iTORE
Fruits and Vegetables
Our Slock is complete
GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER
Dixon Avenue rhone 385
SUNDAY - - MONDAY
THOS. H. INCE
Presents His Drama of Today
'Mother o' Mine'
A story of the greatest love in all the world ?
"The Love of a Mothei
BEERY, WOOFTER AND BURFORD
Special "Mother o' Mine Concert
MR. FRED LYNCH
Will sing "Wonderful Mother o' Mine
From flit- latest in wraps to the plain
street eOats, oil show at The Fashion. .Most
of the eoats lgive larjje fur eollars of op
posing skunk, racoon and bcaverettc. The
flaring back is featured very strong. Many
of tlx? coats are handsomely embroidered;
36 to l?; S29.50 to $95.00
The Largest and Most Select Line of Hats
Shown in Juneau
"Doth Models" arc shown for the more dressy Hats
Novelty Sport Hats In the bright colored felts, und
duvetlne*. not forKottlnic the plain Vclour and Heaver
Sailors In nil shapes.
Just received our first shipment of Fall
Dresses in trieotine, Canton Crepe, taffeta
and erepe satin in all the most wanted fall
shades; 16 to 4(? $32.50 to $65.00
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