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CATHOLIC CHURCH; Mans with Sermon ... 10;00 A. M. Sunday School - S;(K) P. M. Rosary. Lecture and Benediction 7:00 P.M. Priest. JWv. Father P. C. Bougis, S. J. CONGREGATION ALCHURCH-Rev. H. Ham rnond Cole, pastor. Regular services every Sunday evening at 7:45 o'clock. Moruiug services as announced. Sundav School in the afternoon at 2 o'clock. The Society of Christian Endeavor meets every Wednesday evening at 7:45 o'clock.Sents free. The public cordially invited toatteud. EPISCOPAL CHURCH Services held at Odd Fellows Hall every Sunday at S p. m. Rev. H. J. Gurr. FRIENDS CHURCH?Regular services at the The New Friends Church. Sabbath School - - ? - 10 a.m. Native Services ? - - - 11 a. ra. Evening Services, For Whites. ? - 7:45 Praver meeting. Wednesday evening at 7:45 Christian Endeavor, Friday evening at 8:00 Junior C. K. Saturday - 2:00 Teachers' meeting every Monday evening at 8 o'clock at private houses. Any and all are cordially invited a.id wel comed at all of these services. Rhv. C. N. Replogle. Pastor. M. E. MISSION. Regular Services at the M. E. Mission. Sabbath School 11:00 a. m. Rveuing Services, Sunday 7:45 Evening Services, Thursday 7:45 These services are conducted in the Swed ish language, and all our Scandinavian friends are cordially invited and welcomed to all of these services. N. G. B. BARTON. Pastor. SWEDISH LUTHERAN Services will l>e held in the Congregational church every Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock, and Sunday, Jan. 20 at 8 o'clock and afterwardx every alternate Sunday. S. P. HOLM BERG. The Douglas Island News. ? ? THE LOCAL FIELD. Items of Interest Dished Up In Brief for the Ben efit of Our Readers. Gus Johuson is sick. "Dig up, you r School begins next Monday. Mrs. C. W. Johuson is quite sick. Chas. Christman has the grippe. Crockery at half price at S. Blum & Co/s. Special sale of crockery at S. Blum & Co.'s. E. E. Smith is recovering from the grippe. See bargains in crockery at S. Blum & Co.'s. Mr.C.H. Carleton is now employed at Treadwell. Jack McDonald is working in the mill at Treadwell. And the ground hog surely saw his shadow last Friday. Colored dress goods at half price at Kaufman Bros.'s, Juneau. Mrs. Chiaholm made a short call at the News office yesterday. The one-year old child of Chas. La cora is sick with the croup. Ask Mr. Willis to tell you the latest. He won't do it, but he might. Mr. Ed S. Churchill returned yester day morning from Atlin, B. C. . Remnants at half price in all depart ments at Kaufman Bro.'s. Juneau. Ladies' Dressing Sacques at one-half value at Kaufman Bros.'s, Juneau. Miss Agnes Egan is employed as bookkeeper at Johnson & Harvey's. Mrs. Fountain is expecting to leave in a short time for a visit at Jackson. The Fire Department will meet next Friday evening. Everybody welcome. M. C. Howell is now employed in the engine department at the Treadwell mill. ?1.00, $5.00 and $6.00 sweaters at Lind strom's for $3.00. Friday and Saturday only. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Deucing are happy in the possession of a bran new boy baby. Geo. Harvey slashed a big hole in his hand Monday while sharpening a steak knife. Mr. Churchill and family will occupy the Annett cottage on North Second street. M. J. O'Connor is a grippe convales cent and is now ready to help boom the town. R. J. Willis, who has more friends than anybody,renewed his subscription last week. t P. A. J. Gallwas and family have moved into the Marks cottage on Sec ond street. Mr. Jno. Feusi is planning to again enlarge his business quarters, which are too small. Mr. L. G. Hill, the Juneau surveyor, was over yesterday fixing up the lines in Douglas City. Master Edwin Fox, just in order to be in style, had a slight attack of the grippe last week. If the gentleman who has the pie tin will return it to its rightful owner, all will be forgiven. Mr. C. W. Johnson, the excellent pat tern maker at Treadwell, called at this office Monday evening. Ladies', Misses' and Childrens' jack ets at greatly reduced prices at Kauf man Bros., Juneau. The Dirigo came in from the South Sunday night. She has redeemed her i self in regard to speed. . ; Oscar Ohman don't let any thing | i stand in the way when it comes to a I question of good liquors. * Wo are to have still another church on Douglas Island. It will be built on the beach for the natives. The genial Dr. Simpson, who reads | the News religiously, has extended the i term of his subscription. Prof. Clarke Miller is now leader of the orchestra at the Douglas Opera i House. He is a fine musician. A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. C. | L. Hutsell on Monday morning, Feb. 4th. Mother and child doing well. I Air. U. A. i-iindstrom nnany got away ou tho Dirigo last Tuesday morning. He will be gone a month or six weeks. The presentation of Rip Van Winkle at Juneau last Friday night by the Snow Co. was greeted by a good sized audience. Just received, a shipment of Mens' cold weather caps aud Ladies' knit shawls, hoods, fasciuators, etc. Tread well Store. The Douglas Art aud Variety Storo has moved to the room on Front street,! formerly occupied by the Sharick jew elry store. We view with alarm a poorly laun dried article. If you patronize the Alaska Steam Laundry such troubles will never come. One of the members of the Bald- j headed x\lens' Club insists that the Pie Eaters'Union is not receiving its due | siiare of attention. Charley Fox ha9 been handling an j excellent assortment of symptoms the present week and thiuks he has the latest designs in grippe. Mr. Louie Steen, who loft for the Klondike a few months ago, will return to Douglas and resume his old position with Johnson & Harvey. The Ladies' Home Journal for Feb- j ruary has a uumber of Alaskan views, prominent among which are two taken ; in the vicinity of Douglas. If any one has a funeral notice of William Henry Maiey, who died Aug. 11th, 1900, we will consider it a favor if he will bring it to this office. We have enlarged our Clothing De partment and are now prepared to show a large line of Meus' Youths' and Boys' ; Clothing. Treadwoll Store. - A few things that you should remem ber aro that the finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars aro to be found at Oscar Ohman's place on Third street. The fact that not a criminal case from Dooglas Island appeared on the court calender this term speaks well , for the lawfulness of this busy place. , ? * Mr. James Christoe has accepted a position with the Alaska Electric Light and Pxower company of Juneau, and will visit all his friends at least once a month. A chimney burning out in the vicini ty of tho News office attracted some at ; tention last evening. There was abso lutely no danger because of the wet and icy roofs. The protracted meetings at the Friends church closed last Sunday eve ning. A number of conversions and many backsliders reclaimed, was the | resnlt of these meetings. The New York Mining and Engineer ing Journal of recent date contains an I extended write-up of an amalgam press recently patented by Mr. Angus Mac-1 kay, of Douglas Island. There are many things that will cause joy in a newspaper office, but the most j novel'We have yet noticed i3 the an ! nouncement in a Washington paper ! that the editor had just got out of jail. I Jack Hanlan, who has been a guard at the Sitka jail for the past sixteen years, fell from the trestle on the lower track between Douglas and Treadwell on the night of Jan. 30th and was se verely injured. Mark Smith, of the Treadwell Found-\ ? ry, called at the News office la9t week and made us happy by an addition to our cash reserve. Mark is only second | to one man as a moulder, and that man (Mr. Thom) is hard to beat in any country. . S. T. Bonino, who is one of the best young men on the Island, came in last Monday morning and extended his sub scription to the News for another year. If sobriety, industry and close applica tion to business will ever avail in the battle of life, the future holds great' things in store for this young man. , ? ? TATOM?O'LEARY. Mr. Mark Tatom and Miss Mary A. O'Leary were married today at 121 o'clock at the Catholic church, Rev. Father Bougls, S. J., officiating. The groom is one of the solid young men of the Island, and is employed at the Treadwell mines as shift boss. He has residod in Douglas some 10 or 12 years and has a largo circle of friends. The bride has lived in Douglas about 5 years. She is a sister of Mr$. P. S. Early. She has a large circle of friends and admirers in this city. The newly married couple will begin housekeeping in one of Mr. Hunter's houses at the corner of Third and F streets. The News joins with their many friends in wishing them the full meas ure of joy and happiness. : > ' I'l THE FAMILY SHOW. The entertaiument at the Douglas Opera House last Monday eveniug was ouo of the best ever held in Douglas., The play was "Queen's Evidence." Geo. T. Snow as Isaacs, kept the audi ence in a happy mood by his fuuny speeches. He was well supported. Mr. J. A. Snow is quite popular iu Douglas, and his work in this play was well re ceived. Miss Aunie Hain, a young lady of this city, played the part of Ada?j niece of Sir Frederick Sydney. She did exceptionally well for an amateur, which her many friends in tko nudieuce were glad to see. We hope that these weekly entertain ments will not be discontinued. The patronage has been very good, indeed, aud wo hopo Mr. Gius will continue them. GRAND CONCERT. Will be given by the Metlakahtla Brass band, at Oilman's Hall, Douglas City, Feb. 7th, 1901, at 8:30 p. m. Admission 50 cents. Tickets for sale at the Drug Store. All cordially invited. 13. A. Haldane, leader; B. W. Booth, Presi- j dent. A \Y (JKK Ulr AliT. Everything in Alaska is so matter of fact and business like that very little ' attention is generally paid to following out the leadings of the imagination or the cultivation of the taste for the ar- j tistic. Our attention was called the other day to a piece of work from tho hands ] of a local artist of merit that is worthy j of more than .passing mention. It is a; clay model of her husband made by Mrs. Marie Fox. It is on exhibition at the Douglas Art Store, and many who have seen it are surprised to learn that Alaska has un artist capable of such work. Mrs. Fox has studied art in Europe | as well as America and is passionately fond of all its branches. The clay used in tho model was brought from Fanter Bay and Mrs. Fox says it is as good as is found in any country. - _ i SOCIAJL AT THJE UUIS U ttlilii ATJLUiN -1 AL CHURCH. The Christnin Endeavor Society have arranged a very attractive social for next Friday evening at 8 o'clock. A i short musical and literary programme will be given, including Jeau Ingelow's 1 poem, "Songs of Seven," illustrated by j seven ladies. Parlor games will be one of the features of the evening's enter tainment.. The young ladies are asked to fur nish decorated baskets, which will be filled by the committee in charge with uniform dainty and wholesome lunch es. The baskets will be sold at auction j during the evening. Admission free. The public is cord ially invited to attend. card of Thanks. Mr. and Mrs. Albert L. Anderson and family desire to express their heartfelt thanks to their friends and acquaint- | ances for the many kindnesses and ! sympathy shown to them at the loss of j their dearly beloved son and brother,' George E. Anderson. Albert L. Anderson and Family. ?? Rev. Dr. G. M. Irwin, pastor of the Methodist church at Juueau, has pur-; chased the Record^Miner and will him self hold down the editorial chair. Dr. Irwin is a man of splendid ability and \ is not without experience in the news paper field. We are of the opinion that the News will have to part with the proud distinction of being the only moral and religious paper in Alaska. ? . Wanted.?Capable, reliable person in every county to represent large compa ny of solid financial reputation; $936 salary per year, payable weekly; $3 per day, absolutely sure and all expenses; straight, bona-flde, definite salary, no commission; salary paid each Saturday and expense money advanced each week. STANDARD HOUSE, 334 Dear born St., Chicago. Advertise in the News. Kaufman Bros., at Juneau, have a new system of illumination in their store. They also have an immense stock of Dressing Sacques, Dress Goods, and Ladies', Misses' and Child ren's Jackets that they are selling at half price. The town of Douglas is on the eve of an era of prosperity and progress. Not a boom, we have never had one in this town. The vigorous work of the Cham ber of Commerce and the individual efforts of some of our citizens is be ginning to have its effect. We predict a remarkable growth during the coming season. A jolly party gathered at the bache lor quarters of Postmaster Stubbins last Friday evening to do honor to C. A. Lindstrom on the eve of his depart ure for a business trip to the States. The most of the evening was devoted to the consumption of edibles and : drinkables, which were supplied in abundance. We note, with feelings of alarm, a 1 tendency on the part of the editors of the Juneaa Dispatch and the Ketchikan Journal to indulge in a promiscuous ! use of Latin. It appoars to us that the editorial fraternity of Alaska should have loftier aims than a vainglorious ; display of learning filched from the neighboring apothecary shops. Wanted.?Capable, reliable person in every county to represent large compa ny of solid financial reputation; $936 salary per year, payable weekly; $3 per. day, absolutely sure and all expenses; straight, bona-flde, definite salary, no commission; salary paid each Saturday\ and expense money advanced each: week. STANDARD HOUSE, 33* Dear-! born St., Chicago. Subscribe for the News. i 1 | Entire Line of < I Ladies' Misses' and Children's \ \ FELT SHOES #ND SLIPPERS \ S Felt ** Lined, J* Kid J- and j* Fur Trimmed. ) J Former Prices > ^ $2.50, $2.00 and $5.50 < < All Reduced to r < Q D Q TO 5 c>l /A r^Alrv <J FREE TRANSPORTATION. j j S. BLUM & CO. / JUNEAU. / Douglas Apera House uvmwvw ^Jy wv^wvw J uvmw SAM GIUS, Proprietor. A Vaudeville Show on Every Night in the Week ADMISSION FREE For the Family Show A Noble Outcast See bills for further particulars. NOTICE OF FORFEITURE. To W. R. Curtis, David Wallace, Ed. deGrofF, 5. E.Jumes, C. H. Anderson and W. D. McNair, rou are hereby notified that the undersign >d have expended more than one hundred lollnrs ($100) in labor and improvements up >n each of those certain lode mining: claims ituated at Laud-Locked Bay, Prkice William lound, District of Alaska, and known as the 'Missoiri," "Juneau," and "Black Bear" lode niuintr cluim.s. an affidavit of which was du y made and filed for record on the 31st day >f December, 1900, in tho office of the record ?r at Juneau, District of Alaska, in order hat the owners thereof might hold the said iremisesand mining claims under the pro visions of the laws of the United States, such tmount being the sum required by such laws o entitle said owners to hold such claims for he year ending December 31st, 1900. And, if within ninety (90) days after tho uiblication thereof you fail and refuse to :ontribute your proportion of such expendi ure as a co-claimant or co-owner in the said Jaims, the interests of you, and each of you, n said described properties will become for eited and thereby become the property of he subscribers to this Notice of Forfeiture, lursuant to the laws of the United States. A. K. DELANY / HUGH MURRAY F. D. NOWELL CARL SPUHN KARL KOEHLER L. L. WILLIAMS J. J. BEATTIE Date of first publication, January 9,1901. Date of last publication, April 10,1901. L. F. KEMMIS Matchmaker and Jeweler Fs7a -RONT ST. ' DOUGLAS, ALASKA.