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The Dougias Island News.
THE LOCAL FIELD. " Gut her you rose-buds while ye may, Old time is still a-flying: And this same tlower that smiles to-day. To-morrow will be dying1.?Hkkrick. Eagle Cigar Store. Go to the Eagle Cigar Store for a good 9moke. Mrs. Minuie Ross is plauniug a trip to Fairbanks. Try Small wood for your next suit; a fit guaranteed. Jfesterday was May Day, and snow fell in Douglas. The Robins are here, a 9ure sign that spring ha9 come. If you want a swell suit of clothes go j to the Treadwell Store. The James saw mill has been running since Monday full blast. The interior of the Douglas Opera House ha9 been repapered. Hon. John G. Heid, of Juneau, was an Island visitor yesterday. Trousers from $3 up in all sizes and styles at the Treadwell Store. Charlie Goodeveaud Jack Hollywood wen t to Ketchikan last week. The Gilligan family has moved to j the corner of 3d and H streets. Get a 5 pound pail of lard for 50 j cents at the Douglas City Market. i Mr. and Mrs. John Gauffln came up | from Petersburg on the Humboldt. Largest stock of Meu's, Youth's and Boy's Clothing at the Treadwell Store. The City has a building for sale at once, the one uext to the old Standard. I The large new cooling box at the1 Douglas Meat Market is nearly com-: plete. _ Johu Powell aud family moved last. Thursday to their new home on Front street. Spores A Haiues have brightened up ' theirtousorial parlors with new wall-: paper. Mrs. H. G. Sleter returned yesterday j on the Jefferson from a trip to the Sound. Mrs. A. E. Andrew has taken charge of Miss Fletcher's room at the Pablic; school. Mis. R. R. Brown gave a dancing I party at the Xatatorium last Saturday evening. The City Bakery now has a flue, new oven, that bakes excellent bread, cakes and pies. There is no enthusiasm over the ex hibition of the "manly art," at Juneau last night. Lost?An Elk's silver life member ship card. Return to News office and get reward. Mrs. Charles Fenster was taken to the Juneau hospital yesterday fori treatment. ^ ? -4- 4 1 U -1 1.1 1 Scnooi director Aureu uouuauu ubs moved to his new residence near the Natatorium. Airs. W. A. Barnhill, of Ketchikan,ar- | rived on the Jefferson for a visit with | her parents. Miss-Mildred Powell will serve ice-; cream at her new parlors on Front street, beginning Sunday. Just received a first-class stock of woolens. Joe Miller, The Tailor, Ju neau. Opera House Block. The United States district court at Juneau adjourned Alonday, after a ses sion lasting from December 4th. Father Turnell returned Saturday from the Westward, and held regular services at the Catholic church Sun day. Our uew heating stoves and ranges ! we cau sell for less than any one else,' because we have paid cash. VVortman & Jensen. William Kelly's little son Raymond, arrived last week from California, and has taken up his abode with Mayor and Mrs. Stubbins. j Last Friday evening a party was given at Ohman's Hall, in honor of j Miss Nora Bach. Dancing was the order of the evening. The Purest Tea to buy, Lipton's Ceylon Tea; packed in halves and pound tins at Lipton's own gardens. For sale by P. H. Fox. Its easy to look well if you have good : clothes, and it's easy to get good clothes of Smallwood, at the Beach Store near the 300 Mill. The German Str. Mariechen,that was wrecked at False Bay, has been floated and was towed into the Channel yes terday by the tug Salvor. Chairs, Iron Beds, Mattresses and Springs, good ones, at Feusi's, at prices that will please you. These are new goods. Come and see them. A beautiful gold watch and chain, now on display at P. H. Fox's store, will be given away at the Prize Ball at the Natatorium next Friday night. TREAD WELL TOPICS. ! There is now no scarcity of water for ! power purposes. i Mrs. R. J. Willis and daughter Lil lian returned from Seattle ou the Hum boldt. The prospecting party that went out to Chichagoff Island on the Grace E., returned Saturday, fully convinced that the Treadwell ledge is the mother lode. Swan Barquist, the foreman of the ' Roady Bulliou Mine, died at the St. Ann Hospital, on Friday, April 27th. His injuries, received by a fall at the mine, were such that it was impossible | for him to recover. Fuueral services ! were held at the Congregational church in Douglas, on Sunday, April, 29, at 2 o'clock, p. m., under the auspices of Alaska Lodge, No. 1,1. O. O. F. The J burial was at the Douglas Cemetery, j A vast concourse of people attended i the funeral services. The deceased was a native of Kalmar, Sweden, aged 37 ; years, 11 months and 27 days. He leaves a wife, two sons and a daughter I to mourn his loss, besides a large circle I of friends. I News from San Francisco is en couraging, for, though many have lost their property, their homes, and in fact everything but the clothes on their backs, they have escaped with their lives, which is in itself a source of gratification to the friends and rela tives who live at Treadwell. Gov. W.B. Hoggatt was in Treadwell Sunday, calling on his friends. Mr. E. A. MacHamilton, the black-' smith, at the Treadwell mine, left on the Cottage City for a business trip to ! Seattle. Mr. T. A. Shorthill, who has been making a short visit with his son and family, departed for Tacoma on the j Cottage City last Saturday evouiug. Mr. Fred Henson, who has been em- 1 ployed at the Treadwell Store, depart ed ou the Str. Humboldt for Snoqual mie, Wash. We look for his return in ? about two weeks, and during his absence, Mr. Richard Barrett will fill his place. Master Edward Erdal has been quite ill the past three days. Mr. Andrew Murphy of the machine shop will very shortly move his family into the house recently vacated by Mr. Mark Smith. A fow improvements are being made to the promises and when the carpenters have finished their work, Mr. Murphy will take possession. Get a 5 pound pail of lard for 5 0 cents at the Douglas City Market. Mrs. Frank Vestal expects to join j her husbaud at Fairbanks, as soon as navigation opens on the Yukon. Mrs. C. L. Darrell writes a friend at j Treadwell that both her husband and j child were killed at San Francisco. I The family left here some weeks ago i for the south. Movements of the best makes of American watch factories?cased in either nickel, silver or gold cases, fully guaranteed, can always be found in stock at Ivemmis' Jewelry Shop on Front Street. John Feusi wishes to call the atten tion of Douglas folks to his elegant line of furniture, comprising as it does almost everything needed for the home. Or if you need stoves or hardware you can find just what you want here. Swedish Evangelical Lutheran Ser vices every Sunday at 8 p. m. at the Lutheran New Church at the corner of 3d aud E streets. Sunday School at 12:45 p. m. All Scandinavians are cor dially invited. J. A. Levin, Pastor. Received?New Rocking Chairs, Iron i Beds, Springs, Mattresses, and Babies | folding cribs and chairs which we will 1 sell cheaper than the cheapest, to maka room for the next load. Call at Wort man & Jensen's corner of D an Front streets. The city council met Monday even-; ing. Reports of committees were heard j and discussed, and the committee on streets and public property was order ed to proceed with the repairs to the Natatorim. The bill of P. H. Pox, for $25 was paid and the council adjourned. Fire broke out yesterday morning at the Imperial Restaurant on Front street. It started from the range, and had spread from the floor^through the wall to the roof when discovered. It was quickly subdued by the fire com panies, and the principal loss is from i water. "Making the Best of Things," will be 1 the subject of discourse at the memor ial service held in the Congregational church on Sunday evening May 6th at I 8 o'clock. The choir will render a suit : able anthem. The Sacrament of the ; Lord's Supper will be administered at the close of the service. You are in ' vited to be present and will be made welcome to this service. Rev. D. Hol ford, B. D., Pastor. f\f\ OL ?* Headaches are caused M /Q by Eye strain; can be cur | ed permanently by proper fitted glasses ! I. J. SHARICK, optician, JUNEAU BAD NEWS FROM SAN FRANCISCO Mr. R. J. Willis has received word from San Francisco that his father and mother were burned out during the days when lire raged in that city. Both escaped without injury, but their homo was destroyed. Mrs. Henry Watson, who left Tread-; woll after the death of her husband,, had invested her mouey in San Fran-1 cisco property and it was all burned.: Mrs. Grundler has heard from her 1 sister that she has just visited. The lady has also lost everything in the fire. Mrs. Whipple heard from her parents at San Francisco, by a letter received Sunday, stating that both were well, but had lost everything in the fire that consumed their home. ANNA FEUSl'S PARTY I La9t Thursday afternoon, the 2Gth ult., Mrs. John Feusi entertained about ' 28 of the little folks at a toothpick party given in honor of the fifth birth day of her daughter, Anna. The child ren brought many fitting tokens of love to their little playmate. They were entertained with music and games such as little people love, after which Mrs. Feusi, assisted by Mrs. John Reck, of Juneau, and Mrs. Adam llopp, served a lovely five-course luncheon, with as much ceremony as big folks are ever honored with. PRIZE BALL FRIDAY NIGHT The Douglas Island Band will give a Grand Prize Ball at the Natatorium on next Friday evening. Strom's orches tra will furnish the music. It will cost a gentleman 51.00, whether he brings a ' lady or not. Ladies will be admitted | for 50 cents. * A Gold Watch and chain will be giv- < en away on the night of the dance. A ] chance with each 50 cent ticket. Are < you in on it? < : * For Sale?Good residence lot in Douglas, 50x200 ft. Warranty deed. Inquire at News office. Lot on Fourth St. between D. and E. tf. Mrs. Grundler and children came home last week on the Cottage, right well glad to get home. They escaped the Frisco disaster by only a few days. A complete line of Jewelry, carefully selected and fully warranted goods, can always be found at the Kemmis Jewelry Store on Front street, Douglas. The Eagle Cigar Store is a popular resort for thiose in search of amuse ment. ' Mike Roach, the proprietor, is always awake, and treats his patrons courteously. A letter from Henry Elliott, at Se attle, states that he is well and happy, but still shies when a street car or auto comes along. Mr. Shornber, formerly employed at Tread well, is working for the Washington Rubber Company. i SHUNS W SUED STYLES | CLOTHING 1 NOW IN | We make a specialty of Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothing, which is the Acme of Perfection. As near Tailor I made as possible. Every suit warranted to hold its shape. $15.00 to $35.00 9 Men and Boys' Bats and Caps I For service and economy, wear a John B. Stetson Hat. A We carry them in popular styles. m w w ... | P. H. FOX, DOUGLAS MERCHANDISE NE!^k i 1 w 1 ppUGLAS PALH PARPEN j | *Sp* AND QaFE -i- | I NOW OPEN ^ j j. FOR BUSINESS I ^ At all hours Hot and Cold Lunch and SHORT ORDER \ | riusic by the S | piANQRCHESTRA f I floving Pictures every i | Illustrated Songs evening. $ I $ ENTRANCE: First door from the Wharf. | I M. Olson = Manager i j WINE AND LIQUOR MERCHANTS | acts for impendent Brewing go.'s Beer I Summer ^ust * i I[tTT ? j East a | | W |jj|^ | ^ Assortment j | The Douglas Clothing Co J | Che Slavonian Saloon jj J vf Petek Gilovich, Proprietor ' 4 4 Dealers in Wines, Liquors and Cigars W >j ^ Special Attention Given to Family Trade k ^ ^ FRONT STREET 'PHONE 3-9 DOUGLAS ?