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WINTER EXPOSiTI ‘ Men’s Tailored buits and Fur C ats €JA realization ol M ; This is probablv the best d ntative styles—the pu-M-. ng de signers of New York. QUALITY nn €|The ideal standard >' s'■ More is strongly in evidence ml- .roods and matchless value : M. A. SuCCC'-nt' t S .1 Just in Time TO GET OUT BY CHRISTMAS But You Must Buy Now All souvenir goods, and they are the latest and best at REDUCED PRICES Our Special order and Monogram work is Perfection in taste, style and finish-order DOW DIAMONDS-WATCHES The best for the least money MENDHAM From st The Leading Jeweler Phonc 9A ESTER MA J ILL J .1 \itd> a as t ■ . nil Wednesday s t rai: crook He a:i~ cik* t. hospital for trentno m M ■ has boon a :i obn ■ of section for snno t oo no: boon in good loalt:. * T j N C» POSTPONED • . \ .i’l« > • ' »t' ■ .1 ‘ : i i.- • .»' - 'll i1 • M> Hall. , ARRIVED FROM RUBY. A tier si v i n days mush. Assistant I'isTii • An nicy Cecil H Clegg. G. A Olsen, and I’ete Jepson arrived in Fairbanks Saturday afternoon from !j• 1;.\ City The trail is in poor shape report on account of the lack ■ : snow. OUR 1 Santa I be with Us and he has with him best stock of Christmas Goods ever brought to th< c : • is unpacked and will be ready for your inspection \... , i i>. store today, and we have en gaged extra help to . • _ WEEK ! Sterling Silver Manicure Sets Military Sets Toilet Sets Atomizers Cloth Brushes Hat Brushes Whisk Brooms Infant Sets Scissors Desk Sets Key Chains Coat Hangers Muff Hangers Letter Openers Book Marks _ &cc ' at- V thA ifl “ k;!it Bowls y Bowls Pel’; Bowls Celery Prays Spoon Frays i'7t L-isnes •••.• ■ Propers FulF Jars Hair eceivers S '- d Bowls Vases Comports Cigar jars I era Dishes Cream and Sugar Sets “The Woman Hater’ “The Patrician’’ “The Light That Lures’ j “George Thorn” “Mrs. Maxon Protests “The Claw” “Jack Bolling, Forester” | “Members ot Family” “Dawn of O’Hara” “Trail of the Axe” “The Miller and the Old Church” “Gamblers” “John Sherwood, Iron master’' “The Long Roli” “The Haunted Pajamas” “The Other Man” “Rolf in the Woods” “Ear 20 Days” “Love Under Fire” “Breath of the Prairie” Children’s Linen Books and Others Haviland China Salad Sets Salad Bowls Lemonade Jugs Pitchers Chocolate Pots Tankards Mayonnaise Dishes Cigar Jars SmokerJSets Olive Dishes Salt and Pepper Shakers Plaques Fruit Bowls Celery Trays Spoon Trays Vases DOLLS Dress Dolls, assorted Sizes Rag Dolls Crying Dolls Mamma Dolls Rubber Dolls Character Dolls Dolls Hats and Bonnets TOYS Dogs Horses Rattles Blocks/Etc. Christmas Postcards, Slickers, Holly Papers, Etc. KATHE MILLS FORCHENA I HOT SPRINGS E. E. DILLEY’S STAGE Leaves Nordale Hotel Every Monday 10 A. M. _____ __ FRED BOND ARRIVES FROM_ MOUNTAIN Fred Rond arrived Thursday nigh; from the Red Mountain section on the Koyukuk. To a representative of i the Citizen Mr. Rond said that he was glad to get back to old Fair banks once more According to Mr. | Rond there Is nothing so far discov ered in the Red Mountain section to get excited about. There are about 18 people In the district and they practically own the entire country which has been staked from center i to circumference. Ray of a questionable nature has been found In one or two spots, but no one has made any money in the country. There is some geld in the country on the benches but not enough prospecting has yet been j done to show that there Is pay enough to warrant any known meth od of mining! At that Mr. Rend says It may develop into a great min ing country He says he never saw finer indications anywhere—what j the country needs is prospecting. But. Mr. Bond said he wanted to j come back wkere the gold was known to exist and get busy where i something could be made. He ex pects to look around for a while and 1 take uj) mining near Fairbanks again. SUNDAY TRAIN ANNULLED. Commencing the first of I>ecember an order went into effect on the T. V. R. R;- which will annul the reg ular Sunday train until a later date. The company figures that there is not enough business on Sundays to j warrant the expense of running irains. Otherwise the schedule will remain the same as before. For Christmas... Presents We suggest the following: FOUNTAIN PENS. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. POCK ETKN IVES. O. V. B. (our very best), the LAT EST and FINEST SAFETY RAZOR on the Market. Fine SWEA i ER COATS. High-Collar FLANNEL SHIRTS, the Finest in Town. SILK MUFFLERS. SUITCA8ES. INDIAN MADE ARTICLES. LAMP8, No Better Line in Town. “CROWN SPECIAL” BICYCLES, the Best Grade and SPECIALLY PUT UP. NEW PERFECTION COALOIL STOVES, One and Two (Wick) Burns re. And M.ny Other Articles for Use ful Presents- _ Wile’s Emporium Tel. 223 Second Are. FESTIVITIES FOR Mrs J. Harmon Caskey was host ess at a delightful little dinner party given at the Caskey home on Seventh avenue. Thanksgiving Day Yellow and white was the color scheme of the table decorations, electric lights, etc. The menu carets were dainty white and gold affairs, and the souvenirs of the dinner -the place cards—were among the most unique ever seen in the North Tin s. consisted of brilliantly-colored little birds poised on the wine glasses, holding in their bills tiny white and gold cards bearing the name e f the guest and an appropriate quotation. Covers were laid for six. those at the table being Mr. K. A Finlayson. Mr. J. E. ltobarts. Mr. Geo. L. Bel lows, Mr. Walter Uowson, and Mr. and Mrs Caskey. After dinner the entire party ad journed to visit one of the moving picture shows On Thanksgiving Day Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wlckersham entertained at din ner. The guests present were Mr. and Mrs. John Zug, Mr George Jeffrey. Miss Ellen Anderson. Mr-. M. J. Chamberlain. Mr. l.afe Eakin Spray. Mr and Mrs. Ed Wickersham. A delightful thanksgiving dinner occasioned an informal gathering of friends at the Jesson residence on Cushman street on Thursday after noon. where they were entertained by Mr. and Mrs Ed Jesson. The guests were Mrs Mary Andersen. Miss O’Bryan. Miss Moulton, ('. E. Davidson, Jack Jesson and U D Morgan Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Peoples were hosts at a Thanksgiving dinner party cn Thursday at their home on Fifth avenue, covers being laid for fight Those present in addition to the host and hostess were: Mr. and Mr. . E. M. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. St. George and Mr. and Mrs. It. C. Wood Mr. and Mrs. Frank li. Hall, Mrs. 0. J. Hurley and Allan Cunningham were the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. It. Parkin on Thursday at their home in Cushman street. The party later viewed the moving pic tu res Mr. and .Mrs. August Peterson were hosts at an enjoyable Thanks giving dinner party at their home on lower First avenue last Thurs day evening Those present were: Mrs. Mason, Miss Nelson, Mr Au gust R. Utberg, Mr. C. U. Hyland, Mr. George Markus. Mr Ernest Pe terson and Mr. and Mrs. Peterson. Mr and Mrs. E. C Heaeoek enter tained at a delightful dinner on Thursday at their pretty home on Fifth avenue. The guests were: Misses Nellie Thrift. Marcella Vo lin, Flora Salladay, Mayme Harris; Judge E. K. Pratt. Arthur V. Hea cock, Harry Pratt, It. C Southworth and I^ecnard Heaeoek. i . auu <hi n. d«u n ' uu.< uau no dinner guests on Thursday Mr. and Mrs. A J Williams and Mr .1. A. Healey. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Morgan were hosts on Thanksgiving in honor of their son Donald, whose seventh birthday anniversary occurred on that date. A number of the associ ates of the young man were invited, J and the elaborate dinner was fol-1 lowed by an evening of Scotch songs : and dances, in which Mr. 1*'. Knowles, j Miss Mildred Morgan and Master Donald were active participants, ‘ greatly to the delight of the guests. Mr. and Mrs. A It. Heilig enter tained at dinner on Thursday at their home on upper First avenue, their guests being Judge and Mrs. Peter D. Overfield, Mr and Mrs. Frank It. Clark. Charles Decide and Fred Heilig. BISHOP ROWE DECLINES. A letter has just been received in Fairbanks from Bishop Rowe in which he says: "I am writing to the presiding bishop cf South Da kota declining the post of bishop for that diocese.” This will he good news to the people of all sections of Alaska, who are loth to lose the services of this most effectual work er, who has endeared himself to the people of all denominations and in all walks of life. Others do well, but we feel we do it better.. Our experience, equipment, ta cilities and interest in all we do are the reasons. If we did not feel we could give you better satisfaction than others, we would not ask you to come to us when you want any thing in up-to-date Jewelry. E. A. SUTER The Live Jeweler No. 54 Cushman St PHONE 191-B 1 MEN’S LATE FALL AND WINTER SUITS, $11.25 to $30 Raduced from $15 to $40 How about an Overcoat at £ Price? That’s just what we are doing. We are offering choice of any $20.00 Overcoat at - * $10.00 $25.00 Overcoat at • - $12.50 827.50 Overcoat at $13.75 $30.00 Overcoat at - - $15.00 While the Fur Market is steadily going higher, you can readily see it'pays you'to^ take advan tage of theseJPrice Reductions. Men’s Fur Lined Coats LINED WITH DARK MUSKRAT, WITH EXTRA FINE QUAL ITY IMPORTED BROADCLOTH SHELL AND LARGE MARMOT MINK COLLAR. WORTH NEARLY DOUBLE THE ON SALE NOW AT$65.00 COONSKIN FUR COATS One Worth $95 at $65.00 Two Worth $110 at - - $80.00 One Worth $75 at - $55.50 $75 Wallaby Fur Coats - $49.50 Prairie Wolf Robes - $35 to $55 Timber Wolf Robes $65 and up A FEW MONEY SAVERS IN FURNISHINGS Hemp or Rope Socks - - 50c a pair Gordon & Ferguson Fur Caps - $3.50 Beaver Fur Caps - $7.50 $3 Blue Flannel Shirts - - $1.50 Medlicott Underwear - - $4.50 a suit Natural Wool Underwear * $3.50 a suit Eisendrath Mammoth Mitts - 75c a pair Levi Strauss Overalls - - * 75c a pair Heavy White Wool Socks - 3 pair 50c Heavy Cashmere Hose - - 3’paif 50c Sheepskin Moccasins - - - 75c a pair No. 1 Quality Stetson Hats - - $5.00 SIMSON BROS. Agents for "STANFIELD" and WHITE MEDLICOTT UNDERWEAR DONOVAN TO GO. Deputy Marshal Donovan, cl Wiseman in the Koyukuk, has been notified that he will be called upon to take the next batch of prisoners to the Outside. He will leave on this service on December 7, which will give him an opportunity to catch the Alameda sailing from Cordova on the lGth. Following are the pris oners and insane patients scheduled to leave in the custody of Mr. Donovan: Brendt Nelson. S. A. 11 nnifield. Felix John and C, ilbert Dionne. DOST—A dog; rangy built; weight .Sri pounds; white with black mark ing: scar on top of hind foot. Al bert Berry, Fairbanks creek; or j telephone Summit Roadhouse. Re-1 ward. __ _ ■ Pcr Beautiful Pictures, all framed, see Anderson Broc. & Norland. Runabout Given Away! On Christmas Day we will give away a $45 Automobile AN EXACT COUNTERPART OF AN AUTOMOBILE, RUBBER-TIR ED AND COMPLETE EVEN TO THE LICENSE TAG. THE BEST THING OF ITS KIND FOR BOY OR GIRL EVER BROUGHT TO FAIRBANKS. ONE TICKET WITH EVERY DOLLAR PURCHASE. KATHERINE MILLS Do you know why we do the largest Jewelry business in the North? When you consider WE SAVE YOU 30% on NUGGET Jewelry, Brooches, Rings, Ghains, Etc. EMPLOY MORE JEWELERS AND CARRY MORE STOCK THAN ALL OF OUR COMPETITORS COMBINED, IT IS EASILY EXPLAINED. WE MAKE ALL OUR JEWELRY IN FAIRBANKS OF HIGH GRADE TANANA GOLD AND IMPORT NO OUTSIDE LOW GRADE JEWELRY OR SECOND HAND WATCH MOVEMENTS. BUT THE LARGEST STOCK OF NEW WATCHES EVER BROUGHT NORTH. WE EMPLOY THE ONLY PROFESSIONAL ENGRAVER IN FAIRBANKS J. L SALE, "“IMS'" Phone 187 THE ONLY JEWELRY STORE DOING SCIENTIFIC OPTICAL WORK.