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The Douglas Island News.
THE LOCAL FIELD.
Golgotha.
Our crosses are hewn from different trees,
But we all must have our Calvaries;
We may climb the height from n different
side.
But we each go up to be crucified;
As we scale the steep, another may share
The dreadful load that our shoulders bear,
But the costliest sorrow is all our own?
For on the summit we bleed alone.
?Fhkdkric Lawhknck Kxowlks.
Smoke Berry's Clays.
Memorial Day, May 30.
Rope?all sizes?at Feasi's.
Electroplating, at Feu si's.
Ohman's Hall is on Third street.
Hats free at the Tread well store.
Tomorrow (Thursday) is election day.
See Feusi for all kinds of blacksmith
ing.
Glory Hole for Family Wines, $1.50 a
gallon.
Standard Ranges at Wortman Sc Jen
sen's.
City Clerk John Henson went South
on the Topeka.
Baby carriages from $4 up at Wort
man &. Jensen's.
M. S. Hudson returned from the
States last week.
Nails for builders, all sizes and any
amount, at Feusi's.
Don't forget the dance at Ohman's
Hall Saturday night.
Garden Rakes, Hoes, and Spades, at
Wortman & Jensen's.
Freeman Butler is enjoying a vaca
tion at Tanakee Springs.
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Bernard went
down to Wrangell last week.
Family Wines of all kinds at the
Glory Hole, 81.50 per gallon.
Do you smoke? Berry's Clays are the
most popular cigars in the market.
For Sale?Furniture and Household
effects. Inquire of O. H. Bernard.
Boy's, youths' and men's clothing at
lowest prices at the Tread well store.
According to an exchange the Island
er will be raised?again?this summer.'
Bernard Noonan, of Tread well, took ?
in the Whitehorse excursion last week.
Mrs. Phil. Thorn is expecting her
mother sood, to spend the summer with
her.
The Juneau base bailers were not only
beaten at Whitehorse, but trounced at
Skagtown.
Now is the time to buy a suit of
clothes and get a hat free at the Tread- j
well store.
Hats!Hats! Hats! A 83.50 hat free;
with every suit of clothes at the Tread
well store.
Cunningham whiskey is an addition j
to the excellent line of liquors carried 1
at the Glory Hole.
Frank Bach has received a large ship- j
ment of meu's clothing, which it will 1
pay you to inspect.
A special convention of Gastineaux 1
Lodge, U. D., F. & A. M. will be held on ;
next Friday evening.
Mr. George Hoffman is making mark
ed Improvements to his home property
on north Second street.
Mrs. R. R. Hubbard and son left last
week for a visit at Seattle. Ralph is in
the hands of his friends.
According to the Record-Miner, the
second semester of the Juneau Public
School will end May 29th.
For Sale Cheap?Three three room
houses in Douglas, lots, 50x100 ft. and
50x200 ft. See Charlie Wortman
Several parties from Treadwell,
Douglas and Juneau are contemplating
a trip to Sitka next week on the Bonita.
A Social Dance will be given at Oil
man's Hall next Saturday evening.
Good music. Dancing until 12 o'clock.
For Sale, Business House in Douglas,
38x40 ft., 1% story, located on Front
street. Price $1200. See Charlie Wort
man.
The Glory Hole is noted for the ex
cellence of its liquors and the court
eons treatment accorded to all custom
ers.
Strangers in the city soon learn to
call for the Henry Clay and Marguerite
Cigars, made by the Douglas Cigar
Factory.
The secret of the success of many a
town is roads?and good roads, and
Douglas can climb the ladder on the '
same plan.
The graduating exercises of the 8th
grade of the Juneau school will beheld
at the Opera House Thursday evening,
May 28th.
James Campbell has gone up to the
Chilcoot to repair fishing boats for the
cannery there. He will be home again
by the 4th of July.
Mrs. Tubbs had a letter recently from
her sister in Seattle, stating that she
would be here about the first week in
June for a short visit.
I
Tne farewell sermon of the Rev. F.
C. Krause at the Congregational church
next Sunday eveniug, will be entitled,
"Seeing the Invisible".
Mr. J. L. Campbell was a business
caller Monday. Mr. Campbell is build
ing scows for Geo. James and will soon
begin the construction of a launch.
The school children, assisted by the
band, will hold appropriate exercises at
the cemetery on Decoration Day. It
would look well for all good citizens to
join them.
As the Flosie was returning from
Skagway the first of the week, she pick -!
ed up the Rustler at Seward, in a help
less condition, and towed her as far as
Tread well.
Judge Henry States, of Juneau, wno \
has recently returned from a visit in
Idaho, was in Douglas Saturday and j
called at the News office, in company !
with the estimable Oscar Ohman.
During rainy weather a drop of some
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.
Gastineaux Lodge, U. D. F. & A. M.
raised two candidates to the third de
gree la9t evening. After ttjp ceremony
a lunch was served and the remainder
of the evening spent in social converse.
C. A. Lindstrom tells us that when
he was in Whitehorse he went up to the
Grafter mine to see Mr. J. E. Haman.
He found him in good health and
spirits, and enjoyed a few hours visit
with him.
Among the Douglas Island people
who took in the excursion to White
horse were Mrs. M. J. O'Connor, Mrs.
E. E. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. MarkTatum,
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Rood and C. A.
Lindstrom. ?
Mrs. J. J. Calhoun, returned from
the Sound last week on the Dolphin.
She stopped for a few days with her
daughter Mrs. Frank Bach. Her friends
are pleased to learn that the good lady
is much improved in health.
Mrs. Veasie, Mrs. Tubbs and Mrs.
Ott, attended a card party at Juneau
Monday afternoon given by Mrs. Chas.
Hooker. The game was "Hearts" and
Mrs. Ott captured the prize which was
a lovely pearl heart.
Mr. Frank Johnson who has been em
ployed at Ehrlich's store for some time,
goes to the Sound on the Humboldt.
He will visit with relatives and take in
the sights of the Sound cities, and may
locate permanently.
Cyclists should always carry a bot
tle of BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT,
in case of accident, if applied immedi
ately, it will subdue the pain, prevent
swelling and discoloration, and quickly
heal the wounds. Price, 25 and 50
cents at J. Heubner's Drug Store.
A necktie social and dance was given
last evening at the Alaska Star Temper
ance Hall. The object of the enter
tainment was a worthy, charitable pur
pose. The attendance was exceptional
ly good and all enjoyed a pleasant
evening.
Mr. L. F. Kemmis, the jeweler, who
has been back to the States on a busi
ness and pleasure trip, returned to
Douglas last week, looking so hale and
hearty that his friends hardly knew
him. He was kept busy for several days
just shaking hands with people.
Our erratic contemporary, the Dis
patch, makes the statement that Ju
neau has the only brass band in the
District of Alaska. We wish to call
attention to the fact that Douglas has
an organization known as the Douglas
Harmony Band that will play all around
any brass band outfit that Juneau can
produce. Don't get too fly, Bro. Rus
sell. There are others.
The young friends of Grace and
Blanche Day tendered them a farewell
party last evening at their home in
Treadwell. About 25 of the young
folks gathered to have one more pleas-1
ant evening together, before those
popular young ladies bid farewell to
Douglas Island and friends. Mrs. Day
and daughters leave next week for Se
attle. Among those present were
Annie and -Mae McCormick, Bessie
Johnson, Alice and Katy Coggins, Jen
nie Glasson, Laura Graverock, Mary
Sandman, Hazel Willis, Grace and
Blanche Day, Elna Olson, Eddie, Al.
and David Christoe, John Penglase,
Jos. MacDonald Jr., Wm. Glasson, Wm.
McCormick, John Bonino, Bernard
Noonan, Irving Warren and Robert
McKanna.
A. S. Dautrick, agent for the Pacific
Coast Steamship Company, has re
ceived advice that owing to the back
ward season in the eastern and middle
states, the first tourist excursion, sail
ing from Seattle yesterday, has not a
full list. In view of this a limited num
ber of passengers can be taken from
Juneau for the round trip to Sitka. The
Spokane will arrive next Friday. One
day will be allowed at Skagway for a
trip over the White Pass road at the
usual reduced excursion rates; thence
to Muir glacier and Sitka, returning to
Juneau on June 2nd.
Last Saturday evening the city offi
cers, council and school board of Tread
well, the Douglas School board, apd
Judge Delaney, of Juneau, were enter
tained by the members of the Douglas
council, at the old Odd Fellows hall.
The hall was decorated with palms,
flags, &c., for the occasion. A banquet
table, extending diagonally across the
hall, was spread with refreshments for
the inner man. However, the best of
the evening was the stories, speeches,
songs, &c., that formed an impromptu
part of the program. It would be im
possible to tell all that was said and
done, but before the party broke up,
daylight was stealing in at the windows.
Those present were Supt. Joseph Mac
Donald, Assistant Supt. R. A. Kinzie,
Mayor Tubbs, R. J. Willis, James Chris
toe, E. J. N. Ott, A. Thorn, Thomas
Noonan, H. H. Sterling and Mr. Mc
Cauley, of Treadwell, Judge A. K. De
laney, of Juneau, and Mayor Frank
Bach, school directors W. C. Boyd, J.
F. McDonald and Walter Gould, City
Clerk Henson, and Councilmen Mar
tin Olson, M. J. O'Connor, Oscar Oh
man, P. H. Fox, A. Murray and Chae.
A. Hopp, of Douglas.
Master Tom Kelley while playing
on the upper track la9t week, had the
misfortune to get mixed up with a run
away flat car belonging to Clark <fc
Laumeister's lumber railway system
and as a result is nursing a crushed
hand.
A story is going the rounds about a
man who married a squaw from Alaska
and took her to a big hotel in Montreal.
She became afraid, and blazed her waj>
about the building with a tomahawk.
It's all bosh, Alaska Indians don't
carrry tomahawks.
Mr. Ed. T. Belden, of Seattle, arrived
in this city on the Dolphin, and has
taken a position at Frank Bach's. His
wife will come up soon. Mr. Belden is
an experienced dry goods man, having
been employed in the largest establish
ment in Seattle.
Last Sunday evening the Pacific
Coast S. S. Topeka crashed into the cor
ner of the Douglas wharf and took
nearly half of it with her. The Juneau
Ferry &. Navigation Company have
been making every effort for some time
to get a pile driver to begin the work
of enlarging and repairing this wharf.
This accident makes haste doubly nec
essary, and Mr. A. W. Corbus now in
forms us that he has secured a pile
driver at Skaeway and will have it down
here via the Al-Ki, when work will be
gin immediately and be pushed as rap
idly as possible.
Last Friday evening the home of Mr.
J. M. Davis was discovered to be on
fire. An alarm was sounded and the
hose companies responded with alac
rity. It took over 1000 feet of hose to
reach the fire from the nearest hydrant.
The water was turned on and the
flames, although they had gained con
siderable headway, were subdued; not,
however, before the contents of the
house had been pretty badly charred.
The loss to Mr. Davis will amount to
several hundred dollars worth of fur
niture, clothing and pictures. The fire
probably originated from a defective
stove pipe. The fire boys did their
duty with a vim that called forth many
words of praise.
Farewell Gathering.
The friends of Rev. and Mrs. Jb\ C.
Krause and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gould
will give a farewell party in^their honor
at the parlors of the Congregational
church, on Thursday evening, May 28th.
A general invitation is extended.
Committee.
Election.
The special election on Thursday, the
28th iust., to select a police magistrate,
will be held at the Odd Fellows build
ing, on Second street, between the
hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 8 o'clock
p. m. W. C. Boyd, Patrick Lynch and
M. B. Archer have been selected as
judges, and William Stubbins and Ru
dolph Troll, clerks.
atcNes^s ale^f J^jummer J^hirt
gp> WE place our entire stock of Silk and Wash Waists on sale this week ^
I ONE-QUARTER OFF THEIR SELLING PRICE 1
^ No well dressed woman can deny herself the pleasure of possessing at least a half dozen of JS
gp> Kaufman Brothers' Shirt Waists. The following are some waist bargains that will
^ bring an eager crowd this
F SALE OF WHITE WAISTS OF LAWN
Entire front with stitching of openwork 17 T (1
Price elsewhere $L5o Sale price [00
SALE OF SHIRT WAISTS OF LAWN 3
The new fancy Oxfords and ''It 3
Zephyrs value $1.75 Sale price u) .00 2
SALE OF WASH WAISTS OF MERCERIZED APPLIQUE SALE OF SILK WAISTS IN BLACK AND COLORS
In silk stripe effect with large white (J [ft Prettily made up, regular value $4.50 (P7 /ft
pearl buttons, regular price $2, at (5 ,0U Sale price - - (50.lU
6 Special Inducements in Hillinery Department 3
^ ALL OUR TRIMMED, WALKING AND SAILOR HATS AT REDUCED PRICE THIS WEEK
ft" Ladies' walking Hats (fll fifj ? Children's Dress Hats nn fl
P Regular price $2.50 Sale price (JI.gU . Sale price JJU U ?
I KAUFMAN BROS. 1
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1 fourth of July meeting i
( The people of Douglas Island are requested to meet 5
( at Ohman's Hall in Douglas City, on Friday evening, S
< May 29th, at 9 o'clock p. m. for the purpose of arrang- I
j ing for the celebration of the Fourth of July. /
> R.J.WILLIS, \
c Chairman. )

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