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The Douglas Island News.
the local field. FOURTH OF JULY MEETING A meeting to arrange for the celebra tion of the Fourth of July will be held at Natatoriura Hall, Saturday eveuiug, | June 9, at 8:30 o'clock. J. F. McDonald, President. Attend The Benefit Recital At Natatorium Hall, Friday, June 8, at 8:30. Eagle Cigar Store. Charlie Adams is home from Wrau- ! gell. Mr. and Mrs. John Ostrom left for ? Fairbanks Monday. Ed. Slinniug left Monday for the at-: tractive gold fields of the far North. Have you a straw hat for warm weather? See the new line at Treadwell Store. Philippine Christian Advocate, Man ila, P. I.?Mrs. Dunlap is an artist of i marked ability. Mrs. Swan Barquistaud family moved yesterday to their new residence near j the News office. VV. A. Mackie and family have moved ? to the Hudson cottage, formerly occu pied by John Powell. Photographer Ed. Andrews went to Skagway lust Saturday to serve his couutry as a juryman. Sioux Falls (S. D.) Argus-Leader:?As an elocutionist, Mrs. Dunlap has not been praised too highly. Our new heating stoves and ranges we can sell for less than any one else, because we have paid cash. Wortman & Jeusen. .Mr. K. J. S. Bethell ieit cms morning ol) the Seattle for Ketchikau to scale a boom of logs for the Geo. E. James & Co. saw mill. Ladies aud Gents Clothing, Cleaned Pressed and Repaired. Satisfaction guaranteed. Room 10, Roene building. Mrs. M. S. White. The Purest Tea to buy, Lipton's Ceylon Tea; packed iu halves and pouud tius at Liptou's own gardens. For sale by P. II. 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. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. McIIamilton, who are uow living on Second Street, will move next Monday to the "Bear's Xest" cottage near the "300" mill. 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. For the Fourth of July you waut a nobby new suit. Let Joe Miller, the j Juneau Tailor, take your measure and you will be supplied. Get your order in soon. The Eagle Cigar Store is a popular resort for those in search of amuse ment. Mike Roach, the proprietor, is always awake, and treats his patrons courteously. The ball game Sunday between Ju neau and Douglas, resulted in victory for Douglas, score 9 to 7. The Douglas Juniors waxed the Juueau Kids even worse. The score was 13 to 4. George Bach came in fromTaku Har bor the first of the week, bringing sam ples of tine free gold quartz from that place. Dr. Steiner, who has been rus ticating for several weeks, came with him. Sylvester Morrison, a man about 45 years of age, became violently insane last week and was taken in charge by Marshal McDonald, aud was afterwards turned over to the federal authorities at Juneau. By special request the Children's * Day eutertaiument given at the Friends church, will be repeated June 13. The evening's program is entitled "Ve are the light of the world." All are cor dially invited to attend. A Gent's Solid Gold Watch and Chain worth $100.00 will, on June 1st, be placed in Kemmis' show window, mark ed $99.00, and will every day thereafter until sold be re-marked one dollar less than its price the day preceding. A most desirable bargain awaits some appreciative purchaser. The members and friends of the La dies League will meet in the school room of the Congregational church, on Thursday afternoon, at 2 o'clock. At this meeting election of officers will take place for the ensuing term. It is therefore hoped that all will be present at this particular session. The work at Crystal Falls Park i9 going right along. The site is cleared for the pavillion, which will soon be under way. On next Sunday, if the day be pleasant, a number of families will spend the day at the park, and it is hoped that the presence of the ladies will encourage the volunteer workers to redouble their efforts. TREADWELL TOPICS. Clarence Carpenter went north on ! the City of Seattle Monday evening en route to Dawson, where ho intends to. remain for a year, gotting acquainted with the country. Harry Barackman left ou tho south bound City of Seattle for a month's va cation to be spent at Souud poiuts. Mr. and Mrs. H. Wood moved last Saturday into tho cottage lately vacated by tne family of Mr. Andrew?Rlurphy. Howard Carraway is still quite sick and unable to leave the house. Mr. Oscar Erdal has improved the appearance of his home by tho addition of a new fence. The "1100" tramway has been repaired during the week, uew ties being put in place of the old ones. The meeting of the board of directors which was to have been held Monday eveniug at the club was postponed on account of a quorum not being present.; The launch "Mabel" is receiving the final coat of paint and will be ready for her maiden trip Thursday. A social danco will be given this evening at the Treadwell Club. The Treadwell school closed its term's work last Friday; the record of J the year being most satisfactory to all j of its patrons and reflecting great cred it ou the efforts of the instructor, Miss Elva Gallowaji. A school picnic is to take place on the first pleasant day, with Sheep Creek as tho objective point, an opeu invitation being issued to all those interested. Mrs. C. E. Beunet has been on tne sick list during tho past week. Mr. and Mrs. VV. A. Reid left last Saturday for Skagway after being ex tensively eutertaiued by friends at Douglas and Tread well. Assistant Supt. Stow and Mrs. Stow are expected to arrive at home some time during the next week. The homo of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Shorthill was the scene of a pleasant social gathering last Thursday evening, iu honor of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Reid of Fort Win. II. Seward. A number of friends frpm Juueau, Douglas and Treadwell called during the evening to congratulate the groom and wish the bride much happiness. The hostess was assisted iu entertaining and serv ing the guests by Mesdames Moore, Carpenter, Ott, Christoe, Willis, Tubbs and Veasie. Miss Edna Carpenter and Miss Elva Galloway served punch. Mr. Ed. Xiuuis, of Nevada City, a brother-in-law of Mr. Jas. Dauiels, ar rived on tho City of Seattle to till a position iu the Mexican mill. The biggest liue of women's oxfords in Alaska now on display at the Tread well Store. The school board has elected S. 1). Steiuinger, of Kirkland, Wn., principal aud Miss Yaune McEanghliu, of Jack sou, Cal., and Miss E. V. Fletcher, I teachers. The board has not yet se j lected the teacher for the primary I department. | The Ladies Aid Society of the Swed ; ish Evangelical Lutheran church will hold an ice cream social next Saturday evening iu the church basement for the benefit of the church building fund. Ice cream, 25c dish; sandwiches and cof fee, 25c. All are cordially invited. ! L. P. Kemmis, the Front St. Jeweler, announces that, owing to an interrup : tiou of his business?incident to build ing operations?he will, during the next thirty days, institute a sale at cut prices of any and all goods in stock. Parties having use for or contemplating j a purchase of any thing in his line will i consult self interest by giving hiui a call. "Light out of DarKness" in the lost , tribes of Israel, being found in the Saxon race now dominating the world. This very important and interesting subject will be discussed in the Con gregational church on Sunday evening, June 10th, at 8 o'clock. The choir will ; render a suitable anthem. You are : eaanestly requested to be present at this service. Rev. D. IJolford, B. D., Pastor. R. I. Cumnock, A. M., Professor of Rhetoric and Elocution in Northwest ern University, Evanston, 111.?Mrs. H. M. Dunlap is an intelligent, pleasing and effective reader and speaker, and competent to please and entertain any audience before which she may appear. Mrs. J. Alexander left this morning on the Str. Seattle for her home at Denver, Colorado. She has been a teacher in the Douglas Public School for the past three years. As an instruct or she has few equals. Her work has been especially appreciated by those parents having children under her tutelage. With careful methods and a perfect system, evolved from a diligent comparison of the best text books, she is able to build for the child a sure foundation for the superstructure of I knowledge. ^ /V of Headaches are caused | fO by Kyo strain; can be cur I od permanently by proper fitted glasses 1. J. SI1ARICK, optician, JUNEAU I' : Notice to Alaska Trade |; j San Francisco, Apr, 21, '06. Our business will continue ' as before ; Prompt Shipments Guaranteed j i All orders filled from ourjj New York House. We will 1 be bigger and better than ever. Hoffman, Rothchild & Co. Wholesale Clothiers 3600 Clay Street. i ?-???????I ? ? I ? I ..????? I > * if J f . .' | $f? (/riox |i if Kidney and Liver Cure Jj * ? I St. ?roix Oniment | if Elliott & Smith | ; ? Jl J ALASKA AGENTS ? I? 4} ?5 ^ 1 i : ?WV*VWVWWV\WWWWW? I : I Max's Candy and Fruit i | Stored | i J IS NOW OPEN WITH A FINE STOCK OF t | ? CANDIES, FRUITS AND NUTS, CIGARS ? I J AND TOBACCOS, STATIONERY AND S j j i SCHOOL SUPPLIES, BASEBALL GOODS. 5 j J ICE CREAM SODAS | I j j FRESH FRUITS ON EVERY BOAT 5 < ? D Street Douglas ? | JwwwwwwwvwvvtvwvJ I...I ! I HAVE brought from the East the largest stock of Ladies' and Gents' Watch es and Jewel ry ever shown in Douglas. Splid Gold, diamond set and gold filled goods. Latest designs on the market. Op tical goods. Eyes Tested and Glasses Fitted. OPPOSITE Frank Bach, FrontStreet Douglas. I M. G. BELTZHOOVER. 1 ^ ^ ?>- ?>- ^ ^ ^ ^ "2^ ?>- ->- ?>- ?>" '2^ ^ ^ '!?*? 'S^ ^ i i / ^ k # $ If you want a good suit of $ J Clothes for the 4th of July, let jfc 4 us take your measurement for a fa | Royal suit, made by the Royal 1 I Tailors of Chicago. | I They are made to your meas= J I urement; we guarantee a fit. I I By placingyour order by June I 1st, will give us ample time to 1 B have it by July 4th. I 8 A Royal suits Looks well I I Fits well I 1 Full value i I for the money ! 1 $15 to $50 a suit. 500 samples J fa to choose from. Come in and A jjj look over the line. W fa P. H. FOX, 2d 5t. Douglas A ;iv w 1 Qouglas palh garden i I 'W AND ^AFE + I $ ? $ NOW OPEN ^ V ^ j ^ FOR BUSINESS * jf At all hours Hot and Cold Lunch and SHORT ORDER 5 I ! ? Husic by the 8 j piANQRCHESTRA f * < 1 > I Having Pictures every $ $ MIllustrated Songs evening ^ * I \ ENTRANCE: First door from the Wharf. \ i $ !M. Olson = Manager ij n % !! , WHi W ^ ia^wiw^iri^bTOaaa ijmhh.1 J^ WTfflB * CIK Canteen? I | WINE AND LIQUOR MERCHANTS | I AGTS FOR Independent Brewing ?o. s Beer I | SUIT BARGAINS I | ?:? . | > We are closing: out our line of suits at cost * J JS | Men's Suits from $7.00 Up ^ | I The Douglas Clothing Co. | J Wm. Stubbins, Manager | ||Cbe Slavonian Saloon[ J wf Peter Gilovich, Proprietor ?l 4 4 Dealers in Wines, Liquors and Cigars k ^ ^ Special Attention Given to Family Trade j* J ^ FRONT STREET 'PHONE 3-9 DOUGLAS ?