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The Douglas Island News.
the local field. Red Top at Ohman's. Ohman's Hall is on Third street. Tin and Granite Ware at Feusi's. Cyrus Noble whiskey at the Glory Hole. Glory Hole for Family Wines, ?1.50 a gallon. Reduced prices in all lines at Lind- j strom's. Mrs. R. Bentley is reported to be quite ill. Look at the Outing Flannel that' Lindstrom has. Found?A bunch of keys. Inquire at the News office. Say, John Frame, Ed. has reformed. Why don't you? i For Sewing machines, Stoves and | Furniture see Fensi. The 700 mill will close down in a few I days, for the winter. Novelties in Ladies' Winter Waists at the Treadwell Store. G. Roene has moved to his new building on Third street. Chis. Fox has moved back to his old j quarterson Front street. First class new washing machines for j ?5 at Wortman & Jensen's. Family Wines of all kinds at the Glory Hole, ?1.50 per gallon. For Rent, a furnished house, in i 1 * Douglas City. Frank Bach. New Dress Goods arriving on every boat for the Treadwell Store. Sewing machines for rent at ?2.50 per month, at Charlie Wortman's. A ball will be given at Natatorium Hall, on Thanksgiving evening. Just received a fine line of heavy woolen underwear at Lindstrom's. Dr. Abrams, the dentist, was over from Juneau the first of the week. . Boy's and childrens suits at Lind- ( strom's in all grades at reduced prices, j Borx.?To Mr. and Mrs. Isadore De man, on Wednesdoy, Nov. 19th, 1902, a j girl. A friend has heard from Deacon Wil lis, that he arrived safely at San Fran cisco. The very latest in Ladies' Spring and Summer Waists at the Treadwell Store. Furnished rooms to let. See John Feusi, at the hardware store on Front street. Mr. E. W. Weesner has sold his Sec ond street grocery store to Mrs. Chas. | Erickson. The Boys Athletic Club is arranging to have a grand banquet at Christmas time. Go it, boys. Don't forget to look for the Douglas Cigar Factory label when you purchase a cigar. The No. is 117. Importaut business will be transact ed at the meeting of the Eagles Sunday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, sharp. The Glory Hole has just received a shipment of five barrels of the justly celebrated Cyrus Noble Whiskey. ... I A land slide at the rear of the 210 mill yesterday, caused considerable damage and not a little trouble. A suite of rooms suitable for house keeping for rent in the Roene building. Also partly furnished rooms for rent. Mark Tatom and I. D. Carpenter re turned last Saturday from their hunt- i ing trip at Rodman Bay. Oh! dear deer. Rev. Revelle addressed the school Wednesday morning, and gave some valuable suggestions of a patriotic nature. The continual rains of last week fur nished a supply of water sufficient to again start up a part of the stamps in the big 300 mill. Mr. Henry Hall called at the News j office last week and contributed 83.00 j to the meal tub, which will entitle him to this great religious weekly for a year. Feusi, the hardware man on Front street, has some special bargains in Saws, Planes, Braces, Drawing Knives, | Squares, Hinges and Locks and Pocket Knives this week. I Daring rainy weather a drop of some- j thing in the nature of a stimulant may prevent your taking a cold or your neighbor's umbrella or any old thing. Ohman keeps a fine line of liquors. Mr. Jerry Cashen returned last week from National Mine P. 0., Mich. He reports that Mrs. Cashen and the chil dren are well and enjoying themselves. Jerry's many Island friends are glad to N see him back. Never try to coax a cold or cough, use the remedy that unfailingly con quers both. BALLARD'S HORE HOUND SYRUP is the great specific for all throat and lung troubles. Price, 25 and 50 cents at J. Heubner's Drug Store. Commissioner Irwin has moved his office to the Fox building on Second street, former ly occupied by Dr. Moore ? The Treadwell Store has the largest and best assortment of Men's Ladies' and Children's shoes in Alaska and the prices are all right. The Henry Clay and Marguerite ci gars, made by the Douglas City Cigar Factory, No. 117, are the real thing. Don't be fooled by a cheap imitation. When you buy a Henry Clay, see j that the name of the Douglas Cigar Factory, No. 147, is on the box, and you j may be sure you have a first class cigar. John Dohl, a miner at the 700, fell in- ? to an ore chute last Thursday morn-! ing and was imprisoned several hours before he could be released. He re ceived no serious injuries. Votes were quoted at $2 each in Kan sas City at the recent election. There is not a white mau or Siwash in Alaska that could be bought that cheap. That much for self government at any rato. Born?To Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cash en, on Thursday, Nov. 20th, a girl. The little one lived but one brief day in this world of pain and sorrow, and was then taken over on the other side. The young parents have the sympathy of all. Last Saturday evening some of the youngish young folks of Douglas Is land and Juneau, gave a farewell party at Natatorium Hall to Miss Bills of Ju neau. Dancing was the principal amusement. The city council met Monday even ing. Bills against the city were allowed as follows: John Henson, salary as \ clerk, $100.00; J. F. McDonald, services j inspecting flues and chimneys, $12.00;' Z. R. Cheney, services, $5.00. Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Bernard wil*, leave on the Dolphin to spend the winter in the States. They will visit Mr. Bernard's parents in Michigan and Mrs. Bernard's parents in Texas. They will return to Douglas in the spring. The public school assembly has had some interesting sessions lately. Last Friday Rev. Krause gave an enjoyable talk, his subject being "The South." On Monday of this week Rev. Huhn entertained the school with a talk on "Football." For nil fresh cuts or wounds, either on the human subject or on animals, BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT is ex cellent; while for corn-huskers' sprain ed wrists, barbod-wire cuts and sores on working horses, it cannot be too highly commended. Price, 25 and 50 cents, at J.Heubner's Drug Store. The Rebekahs held a very interesting session last Saturday evening. One candidate was initiated and four ap plications received. All the lady mem bers and visitors are requested to meet at the hall Saturday afternoon, of this week, at 2 o'clock, to practice degree work. Miss Mildred Powell has been sick the past week, with a severe cold. Lawyer C. M. Johnson has moved to a suite of rooms near tho Hotel North ern. Mrs. Burrows will go South on tho noxt Seattle, to spend the winter visit ing her mother. Mrs. Gortrude Laughlin has bought the Douglas Candy Factory, and will take possession Dec. 1st. The Douglas City Pharmacy will give away ou Christmas day a beautiful Toilet Case. Make a 50c purchase and receive a free chance. The regular meeting of Camp Tread well, No. 14, A. B., will bo held at Odd Fellows Hall noxt Friday evening. | Election of officers. Frame, of the Record-Minor, a Ju neau publication, announces that "Ju neau, Douglas aud Tread well are one." One what? It's up to you, John. The building formerly occupied as the U. S. Commissioners court, will be refitted for Frank Vestal who will oc cupy it with hi9 barber and bath works. Messrs. Spicket, Epsteyn, Russell, Abrams, Kaufman and Barber came over from Juneau last Friday evening, to attend the meeting of the Arctic Brotherhood. 1 i - JNOW IS your cnaiiue to secure biuur holders certificates at the Douglas City Pharmacy on a Rams Horn Meerschaum Pipe or a Combiuatiou Manicure and Toilet Case. They are beauties. Mr. Pianfetti is making preparations to send his wife and children to the Sound. Mrs. Pianfetti has been serious ly ill for some time and they are in hopes a change will improve her en feebled condition. Georgie Shotter came over from Hoonah village last week to visit on i Douglas Island. His many acquaint I ances are pleased to see him alive and I well, after hearing that he was the vic ; tim of bloodthirsty Indians. Mr. and Mrs. Osborne, Mr. Inaley, Miss Bills, Mrs. Ed. Webster, J. B. Denny, L. R. Gillette, Dr. Leonhart. P. M. Elwell, Phil Pollock and J. A. C. Brant, all of Juneau, attended the K. P. social last Thursday evening.. The Douglas City Meat Market pre | sents an animated appearance, and no i one who looks at the display of turkeys, ; chickens, ducks and geese, besides all the other good things to eat, would think the people of the town need go ! hungry. The Stockholders Dance at the Nata torium iast Wednesday evening, while not largely attended, was one of the happiest events ever held on the Is land. The dancers just turned them selves loose and had fun. The stock holders expect to give another dance in the near future, and those who missed this one, will surely attend. North Star Lodge. Last Thursday evening a hundred or more guests of North Star Lodge, No. 2, K. of P., gathered at Odd Fellows < Hall upon invitation of the Lodge. It was the intention of the Kuights to bring their friends together under con ditions which would allow them to have a good time socially, and we think they succeeded. No formal program had been arranged, but among those pres ent were found talented ones who pro vided a variety of entertainment, con sisting of vocal and instrumental mu sic and readings. Afterwards a lunch of sandwiches, cake and coffee was served by the Knights, assisted by their wives daughters and sweethearts. Among, those who contributed to the success of the entertainment were, Mrs. F. C. Krause, Mrs. Walter Gould, Miss Alice Ilenson, Miss Elva Galloway, Messrs. Insley, Denny, Gillette, Osborne, Shorthill, Callorman, Strom and Dr. Gibbons. The new hall is a beautiful one and when the interior furnishings are com pleted and in place, it will provide a splendid place for just such gatherings as the one of last Thursday evening. Sulphuret Bin Collapses. Last Friday evening at about 7:30 o'clock, the Sulphuret bin at the Mexi can mill, succumbed to the terrific strain of the pressure of thousands of tons of sulphurets, and a part of one wall gave way, killing two men. The men killed were Victor Krook, aged 22 years, a native of Kalax, Fin land, and Karl Weirula, aged 28 years, a native of Asikkala, Finland. When the wall gave way the sulphur ets rushed down and out with great force, completely covering the two un fortunate victims, who were engaged at! the time in loading cars at one of the j chutes. The office was immediately notified i of the disaster, and a large force of men ! with shovels was soon engaged throw- j ing aside the surphurets to get to the ! buried workmen. After about three or four hours of as vigorous work as was ever done on the Island, the bodies were found, too late, however, for life was extinct. Karl Weirula, the elder of the two men, is a married man, having a wife and one child residing on Douglas Is land. He came to the Island about three months ago. Victor Krook has been a resident of Douglas Island for two years, and has a large circle of friends and acquaint ances here. The funeral services were held at the Congregational church on Monday, Nov 24th, at 2 p. m., Rev. Krause officiating. There was a large attendance. Thanksgiving Service. A union Thanksgiving service will be held at the Friends chur&b, on Thanks giving morning, from 10:30 to 11:30. Congregational Church. Sunday school, 2 p. m.; Prayer meet ing, Wednesday, 8 p. m.; services every Sunday evening at 7:15 o'clock. Sub ject, "Good influencea which come to us." Notice. Sealed bids will be received up to 3 p. m., Nov. 30, 1902, for 400 Hemlock and Spruce Piles. For specifications, call on or address, Elmer E. Smith, Secretary, at the Douglas City Phar macy, Douglas City, Alaska. Friends Church. Preaching services each alternating Sunday at 11 a. m. and every Sunday at 8 p. m. Sunday School at 10 a. m. Christian Endeavor society Friday, at 8 p. m. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, at 8 p.m. S. A. Jackson, Pastor. A Double Knot. Last Saturday evening, Rev. Krause performed the ceremony which united the fond and loving hearts of two pair of Islanders. They were Ankusti H. Niemela and Miss Lusi G. Wahasala, and William Matson and Miss Aina K. Maki. M. E. Church Services. Sunday school next Sunday at 10 a. m. Preaching service at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. Services in English. Subject at 11 a. m., "It May Be"?The Inspira tion of a Possibility. 7:45 p. m., "Per sonal Influence." Chas. S. Revelle, Pastor. . . ? ? ? ? A Chanco of a Lifetime. Call at The Douglas City Pharmacy and see our new Christmas Novelties. Toilet and Manicure Cases of all de scriptions and prices that will suit your desire. Make a 50 cent purchase and secure a free chance on a Beautiful $30 Toilet Case to be given away on Christmas day. Pon-Pon Ball. On Thanksgiving evening a Pon-Pon Ball will be given at the Douglas Opera House. In addition a splendid entertainment will be given on that evening by the full strength of the Opera House Com pany. Among the attractions will be the ever popular sketch team Bell & Raymond, the Vernon Sisters, the clever contortionist Mile. Freda, the soloist, Miss Vena Aberdeen, and the latest addition to the array of talent, IVJiss Nadine Allen, the Coon Shouter, without a peer in the West. mMiimiiMiiMMnmnMiiinmiiiimi HHH???t?tt?i| ^aa a ^ ^ x, A ^ LEADERS by the people's sanction & ^ j* j j ijll111 rail/k !?I! IHiIT0^ LEADERS in vastness of assortments and choiceness of goods, g h m ? Hx^i $ ELF ? ? v ? LEADERS in best goods at money saving prices ** ^ Buys a stylish Ladies . Raglan Coat as illustrated in cut. Made of t Oxford Grey material, velvet , collar, full flare bottom, and ^worth more than double. , Buys a > three=quarter length Coat Made of fine Kersey cloth, silk lined throughout, storm collar; Col ors, tan, mode, black and brown. Regular selling price $15 I o ET ii l.OO || Buys a ii , Ladies' ii i i Flannel Waist ii i i Of all wool material, stylishly made 11 and neatly trimmed* Assortment 11 of colors "and all sizes. !! ii < > Buys a fine | j () Ladies' Jacket j; (i 11 Made of all wool Kersey cloth, j \ (r satin lined, storm or velvet collar, < [ <) cuff sleeve. | [ i) Big bargain at seven forty ! \