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The Douglas Island News.
THE LOCAL FIELD. Mary And the Flea. Mary, on her prettv arm, Kouml a little Hea; Every time she t?rahl>ed at it. It would Fido *aw her acting up And the cause he knew ? Fido smiled and said, "Ah, ha ' Mary's trot 'em, too" ? Milwaukee Sentinel. See tbe nice sleds at Feusi's. Chocolate Almonds at Kosswog'?. Try a Universal Bread Mixer, sold by Jensen. You can get any size window glass at Jensen's. Why wouldn't a Leap Year dance be in order? El Perco Clear Havana Cigars, at all first-class dealers. Yon can get El Perco cigars at Charlie Rosswog's. Plated ware ? tbe best made ? at the Kemmis Jewelry Store. Jensen carries a big stock of cooking utensils? worth going to see. Mr. Adam Hopp has been laid up with the gripp tbe past week. ' Universal Coffee Percolator, makes perfect coffoe ? sold by Jules Jensen. Cbas. Framptou, an old Douglasite, died at Situ Francisco on January 9th. Just as represented ? is the warrant ?f the Kemmis Jewelry Store, Douglas. Tbe Portlaud passed through for the Westward at an early hour this morn ing. Tbe City Hall has been marked by \ letter sio pluin that he who runs may read. When you go to Juueau, stop in at ; Spickett's Smoke House aud get a hue cigar. Ladies: ? Call and see the uew Dress Goods aud Underwear at the Treadwell ; Store. MUa Irene McDonald has been quite ill for several days, but is now much j improved. U. S. Marshall Grant arrived from | the Sound on tho Seattle with Olaf Lvstad iu charge. The boat raffled at the Club last Dight by E. J. X. Ott, was won by Al. Leeson of the assay office. If you play Pool ? the best tables in Alaska are at Chas. Rosswog's, Huuter ; Block, Front street, Douglas. ?Turner (Juueau, Alaska) has fresh cream for sale at 75 cents per quart. Also plenty of fine Ice Cream. Harry Slater will be a p&isenger on the Jefferson bound for a visit with relatives at Longmout, Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Zimmermau left; last Mouday on the Georgia for a few i weeks outing at Tenakee Spriugs. Anton Krasel ? shop on Second street 1 ? cleans aud repairs clothes with ueat- j ness and dispatch. Prices very reason- j able. The steamer Farallou due in Douglas today, will carry passengers and freight to the Westward. See Elmer E. Smith, ageut. Sunday was Ground Hog's Day, and the suu shoDe brightly; which indicates that we are to have six weeks more j winter. Prices that compare with Eastern prices, and goods that are the very best at the Kemmis Jewelry Store, Front street, Douglas. H. R. Elliott went to Skagway last week on the Str. Georgia, to relieve the resident agent of the Alaska Steamship Co. for a few weeks. It9easy to look well if you have good clothes, and it's easy to get good slothes of Smallwood, at tht Beach I Store near the 300 Mill. A meeting of the newly organized Independent Union will be held on j Friday evening, February 7th, at 8 o'clock, at Odd Fellows Hall, Douglas, j If you want special favors in your mouth you had best go to the City hall ! right away and see Dr. McCallie, the Deotist, while he is in the notion of buying the Fox. If you are in need of a range or a Heating Stove, go to Jules Jensen's, where yoa will get a Square Deal. Dan dy Banquet and Perfect Wonder Ranges in stock. Any lady purchasing a 15 cent pat tern may, upon payment of 20 cents additional, secuie McCalls Magazine for an entire yeav by calling at our pat tern counter for it. P. H. Fox, Douglas. Mr. Elmer E. Smith has purchased the interest of his partner, Mr. Henry Elliott, in the Douglas City Pharmaoy. Mr. Smith will continue the business at the old stand, and Mr. Elliott will retain his position with the Alaska Steamship Co. TREADWELL TOPICS. ! ! Mr. and Mrs. VV. L. Atkinson wore 1 Treadwell arrivals on the City of Se attle; Mr. Atkinson comiug to All the vacancy in the surveyor's office. They ! will reside at Douglas for the present. ? There will be a band concert at the I Club this eveuiug. at which the public I is invited to be present. This is one , of a series of concerts which the Club Baud is planning to give during the uext few months. ? I Master Emil Ott was pleasantly sur prised bv his schoolmates on Monday I afternoon, this being one of the last j days in which he will take part in the I school work before his departure for California. The little affair took place at the school house, the surprise con sisting of an hour or so of games and j recreation, interspersed with the serv- ! iug of light refreshments and the pres entation of a remembrance to the de parting comrade. Quite a number of bowlers turned ! out on Tuesday eveniug for the usual game. Rehearsals are in progress for an evening's entertainment which is to be given soon at the Treadwell Club, the program beiug mainly in the nature of comedy aud vaudeville performance. Several of the most gifted ustar8n of the vicinity are billed for the occasion. Mrs. E.*J. X. Ott was the recipient! this week of a very handsome Attu basket, which was presented to her by i the ladies of the community as a token of their appreciation of her coopera tiou and helpfulness during her eight years residence in their midst. A fare- j well reception which had been planned for Mr. and Mrs. Ott was given up be- j cause of the recent bereavemeut. Mr. ! aud Mrs. Ott and family will leave to- j morrow night on the Jefferson for their prospective home in California, bearing with them a host of good wishes for their future prosperity. The pleasaut little Taku zephyr of past few days has given ns a touch of real wiuter ? the first of the season. Chas. R Stowe will be a passenger ' on the Jefferson south bound. The Tread well Store has just received a large line of New Clothing for Meu : and Boys. The ttEl Perco" is a Clear Havana Cigar and they are sold by all first- ; class dealers. Rev. D. Holford, pastor of the First Congregational Church of this city, will preach his farewell sermon next' Sunday evening and the following week he and his family will move to Juneau. The latest news from the Dividend property at Yankee Basin was sent down last Friday, at which time the cross-cut on the ledge was in 125 feet, and the hopeful character of tho ore remains unchanged. Mr. and Mrs. Archie McDonald will leave Douglas tomorrow morning on the Seattle for their home at Portland. Ore. They have many warm friends in Douglas who regret their departure, J but, of course, there's no place like home. The Str. Jefferson arrived from the j South at noon today. Her passengers for Douglas were: Chas. H. Walker, George Gribble, C. J. Edwards, A. Lawrence, W. Jacobs, Musika Rajko- ' vich, Milo Popovich, Djorgi Pilich, J Noro Popovich. Last Thursday evening a number of : the employees of Tread well met at the j Douglas Natatorium and proceeded to organize an independent labor union. Temporary officers were elected and I committees appointed on constitution and by-laws and to devise a form of permauent organization. Tomaletta, the little daughter of Mr. : and Mrs. L. S. Humes, of this city, died at the Simpson Hospital at Juneau, last Friday morning. The little one was exceptionally blest with beauty and brightness* and the bereaved par ents and grand parents have the sym pathy of all. The body will be taken to Seattle for interment. On Friday evening, February 7th, the j Treadwell Club Band will give a benefit dance at Natatorium Hall, Douglas, for . the benefit of Tom Donaghey and ; Frank Pearce, two young men who have been incapacitaced for work for i some time, by reason of illness. Tick- j ets, for gentlemen, will be one dollar, and those who attend will find that good musio and careful arrangements will enable them to help a worthy cause and enjoy themselves at the same time. She. ? "Did I not meet you at the do^ show?" He.? "Ah! yes, doncherknow." She. ? "Where were you located?" Here's where Price that's easy and that's great are bunched for thirty days We are making a grand clean=up on all Odds and Erids throughout the whole store. The prices are so low on the goods offered that you can't afford to let the opportunity pass. Shoes and Clothing are going at a figurethat prob= ably will never be made again on the same class of goods. Come and see them. p. Douglas FREE! CONCERT AND DANCE Given by the TREADWELL CLUB BAND [ Wednesday Evening, Feb. 5th, 1908 Musical Director and Manager, Fred Wasterlain A. Johnson", President. M. Kelly, Vice President. C. Blain, Secretary. C.'Swiiiart, Treas i PROGRAM BEGINS AT 8:30 SHARP. I i 1 ? March, From Topic to Topic Alexander ? 2 ? Overture, Polyphonie Pet.tie 3? Selection, Old Ireland... P. Clause j 4 ? Selection, Song From the South . Co nter no ; 5 ? Cornet Solo, The So:>g t Imt > Reached My Heart J.Gitlan ; accompanied by iian<Vf 0 ? Quartette, The 4 C's Juneau j High School ! 7? Recitation,? Selected Miss May McCormick j 8 ? Vocal Solo, I Love You and Only J You. . . . Mrs. Fred Wa&terJain accompanied by Alice Jlolt'ord ; 9? Mandolin Duett, Selection Campbell Bros. ; 10 ? Trombone Solo, Scene From Maritaua with variations Mr. and Mrs. Fred VVasterlain 11? Overture, Nabucodonosar. .Verdi 12 ? March, Houstrauser. .Chambers ? Tread well Club Band , Dance Music by 23 Piecbs. The fire boys ore gratified because of j the big crowd that turned out to their | entertainment and dance last Wednes- j day evening. The only thing that in i any way marred the entertainment was ! the fact that the hall was as cold as a ! baru. This was so more because of a misunderstanding than anything else, j The show was remarkable in many ways, ! and, as suggested in our announce- ! ment last week, will not stand repeat- j iug ? that is at least a part of it will not. For iustance, it will be a long time before a Douglas audience will again listen so intently to an address delivered in a strange tongue. Dewey Erickson and Elmer Slater put up a fine sparring exhibition for eight-year- i olds, but big Tom Tracy, the referee, ] looked as though he might eat the pair of them for breakfast and not overload 1 his stomach. The moving pictures, ex hibited by Prof. Fred Purinton, were without fault. After the show came the dance ? which was just a dance, that's all. After paying all expenses : there was a balance of about $80.00, ! which will be used in fitting up the home of the firemen's club, in the City Hall building. Winter began in earn?st on February 2d, with a ripping, roaring Taku wind. Up to that time the weather had been mild and pleasant, and we had almost begun to hope that the Takus had deserted us?but it teame. AMI Flint AND UMII CO. LOUIS G. THOMAS, - - Manager. ***** | Manufactures 'Etlt^nifUP/t and | | all kinds of.. J ttrillllirv Caskets ? ********* OUT OF YELLOW CEDAR ********** Special Articles of Furniture Made and Guaranteed. Potlatch Society. The Potlatch Society held a meeting on Friday afternoon at 2:30. The roll J was called and answered by quotations from Carey. The minutes were read. The following programme was ren- 1 do red: Reading Edwin Jackson "Little Dick and the Giant." Recitation Annie Lovely "Watch Your Word." Conundrums Ruby Johuson Reading Mildred Erickson j "The Dissatisfied Owl." In spite of the cold weather on Tues- . day, February 4th, the room of the j fifth aud sixth grades was so warm that : it was necessary to have the windows : opcued. Regine Miller, Reporter. First Congregational Church Service on Sunday evening Feb. ! 2 at eight o'clock. Subject: ? Annony- ! mous Ministers. Text John 111, 12. This sermon will close the postoral duties of Rev. Holford in Douglas. It j will therefore be a service of good will aud farewell to the c'mrch and people. Everybody will receive a hearty wel come to this service. Rev. D. Holford, B. D., Pastor, i For Sale. Five cords dry kindling wood 12 1 inches long. See Stoft or McKanna. ...Alaska flyers... ??? Between Seattle, Ketchikan, Dong las, Juneau and Skagway. Due to arrive at Douglas : Jefferson Febraary - 4, 15, 26 Farallon Valdez and Way Ports * Feb. 5 Dirigo Felb. . - 6 Explosives Steamers and sailing dates subject to change without , notice. This is the only line of steamers calling regu larly at Douglas both North and South bound. Elmer E. Smith, Agent, Douglas, Alaska 7 DIRECTORY OF ALASKA District Government Gorernor, Wilford B. Hoggatt. Jnnestt. . Secretary to the Governor. Wm. H. Loller, Juneau. Ex-officio Secretary of Alaska, William L Distin. June&u. f U. S. Surveyor General's Oftice JirNKAU.? William L. Distin, surveyor-gen eral; George Stowell, chief clerk: Martin George, chief draftsman: John J. Clark? stenographer and type writer; William F. Jeffreys, transcribing clerk; William Rugg, draftsman; Laurence Delmore, eopyliier clerk; Charles Haley, messenger. U. S. Customs Collector, Clarence L. Hobart. Juneau. U. S. Courts Division No. 1.? Royal A. Gunnison, judge; C. C. Page, clerk of court; Harold Lull* court stenographer; John 4. Boyee, U.S. district attorney; James M. Slioup, D. S. Marshal, Division No. 2.? Alfred S. Moore, judge; John H. Dunn, clerk of court; Henry M. Hoyt, U. S. district attorney; Thomas Cader Powell, U. S. marshal. Division No. 3.? James Wickersham, judge; Edwnrd J. Stier, clerk of court; George A. Jeffries, court stenographer ; N. Y. Harlan, U.S. district attorney; George C. Perry, U. S. marshal. U. S. Land Office, (Juneau) John W. Dudley, register; P. M. Mullen, receiver; H. K. Love, special agent. Department of Agriculture C. C. Gcorgeson, Sitka, special agent in charge of Alaska investigations. Bureau of Education Wilford B. Hoggntt, ex-officio superintend ent of public instruction, Juneau; Harlan Updegraff, agent.. Washington, D. C. Internal Revenue John Cameron, deputy collector, Fair banks; D. H. Terwilliger, deputy oolleotor, Juneau. Immigration Inspector Kuzis Krauczunas, Ketchikan. Property For Sale Alex. Smallwood'a property and business in Douglas are for sale at a bargain. The property list includes the store building on the beach, the two-story building on Front street, formerly occupied by the Douglas Iron Works, and a number of cabins. Must all be sold at once. For further par ticulars, call at the Beach Store, Doug las, Alaska. This is a good time to subscribe for the Douglas Island News, ain't it?