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The Douglas Island News.
THE LOCAL FIELD.
St. Patrick ?hiu gentleman,
He came of (lucent 4>eople,
!le built n church in Dublin town
Ami on it put a steeple.
C?>italn*st:etcher> at. Jen>eii.
The OoMHge is due toWfrroM'.
Ice Cream at the City Bakery.
Mr. John Gordon Is suffering from r. j
bad cold.
Hot water bottles? many varieties?
at Heubuers.
Jensen carries a fine line of 'Jnyx
Cookiug Ware.
Councilman Wm. Stubbius is again
on the sick list.
All kinds of string instruments at i
Heubner's Drug store.
Fresh Cr?am recaived on every Jef?
ferson at the City Bakery.
Iron Beds, Sprigs and mattresses ?
a large variety ? at Jensen's.
10J varieties choice toilet soaps to se- '
lect from at Huebner's Drug store.
American, Freuch and Italian dishes
cooked to order at the Douglas Cafe.
Mrs. P. McKei-zie will leave about
April first for a visit to Nova Scotia.
New Postals contiuually arriving in
every mail for Heubuer's Drug store.
For Sale: Five-room cottage, and lot
on Third street. Inquire at this office, j
Try a meal at the Douglas Cafe. If
not pleased you get your money back.
Many new designs in postal cards {
continually an ivingat Heubner's Drug
store.
The Tread well Store has just received
a large line of New Clothiug for Men
and Boys.
Mr. aud Mrs. F. N. Vedder and Mr?.
L. S. Humes left for the Sound on the
Jeffersou.
iVciy thousaud eastern people use
Viu"l, the greatest of ail touics. Buy
at HeuOuer's Drug store.
M. S. Hudson was a ?>oulbbouud pas
seuger ou the Jeffersou for a business
trip to Seattle.
The Caledonian club ''celebrated" at
Eagles1 hall last Thursday evening. A
jolly time is reported. t
The Douglas flremou euteitained
their lady friends at a dauce last Fri
day evening at Kites' hall.
There is a shipment of coal on the
ateamer Meteor for Douglas. The
Meteor arrived this moaning*
We make a specialty in prescription
work, using the highest grade chem
icals ? no substitution ? at Heubner's.
The Douglas Masous had a big time
last night, the occasiou being a raising. ,
The Juneau Masous atteuded iu a body, J
One, two aud three dollars per week
buys the new style Edison aud Victor
machines at Heubner's, the general
Alaska agent.
Dr. H. C. DeVignne expects to leave
on the southbound Cottage City for a
medical pilgrimage among the villages
to the south.
The beautiful aud continuous rains
of the past week have almost cleare '
away the snow and ioe from the streetb
and sidewalks.
We make a specialty compouudiug |
prescriptions of reliable physicians j
from every civilized nation at Heub- ;
ner'? Drug store.
The latest records iu Americ; a and
foieigu selections. They wi'l be piayed :
for you at any time. Call and hear
them at Heuuno/s \j: ug store.
Adam Hopp, father of the editor of
the News, who ht:s ueen vti> ill foi ihe j
past two weeks is somewhat improved, ;
but is still confined to his bad.
Cut Glass au-d Chinawat-e at 25 per
ceut discount for the next two weeks.
Must make room for new sto^k com- ,
ing. At Heubner's Drug store.
Launtirymau Andy G. Johnson ecd j
Oscar Grundler, who spent the wioter
among the orange groves of California,
returned home on the Jefferson.
The Douglas water works system is
now back to ita normal condition, but i
many of ita patrons are without water
/or the reason that theirs pipes are still
frozen.
Dr. DeVighue has returned from his
trip to the westward, where he weDt as i
health officer for the natives. He re- j
ports fomt very rough experience on j
the sea.
Miaa Freda, elder daughter of Mr.!
and Mrs. Gus Grundler, left on the j
ateamer Portland for Valdez, from j
which place she will go over the trail to
Fairbanks, where she will spend the
summer visiting frienda.
The electric thawer of the Juneau j
Electrio company ia bu8ily engaged in i
thawing out Douglas water pipes to
day. J ust bow and why it does it is
something of a mystery, but it does it,
and In mighty short order, too.
TREADWELL TOPICS.
Mr. -John Gilligao, of the machine
shop, has gone to Vancouver, B.C.,
with his family.
Mr/ Dan Webster has been indisposed
during the past two weeks from a slight
attack of the grip, but was able to at
tend to his numerous duties.
Mrs. Jas. Christoe plans to leave for
Seattle on the Cottage City sailing
about the 20t h inst.
Mis. Mark Smith and children will
leave for Calif* >nu4 about the fifth of
April foi a lengthy visit with relatives
a ii li iends.
The steamer Meteor, bringing a con- .
signuient of explosives for the mines,
aniveii this morning.
Mr. Thos. Donaghey, of the butcher
r-h p, was unable to attend to his regu- '
i?ir duties last Friday ou account of
sickness*. Mr. Ed Christoe was driviug
the <1 livery wagon iu his stead.
Several TreadweJIites are very busy
these <Jays studying their parts in the
I lay called "A l>o.\ of Monkeys," which
1-. io be played ai Douglas in the near
future.
Mr. Chas. Swiha't is very busy of
late taking pnotographs of the interiors
of the diffejent cottages at Treadwell.
Ti e pictures are wanted for the Alaska
Yukon-Paciflc exposition.
Mrs. T. A. Tubbs is at Juneau this
afternoon assisting Mrs. Lull and Mrs. !
Bar nbill entertain at the home of Mrs. ;
Lull.
Mrs. W. H. McBlain is rapidly recov- I
ering from au attack of pneumonia.
The borne of Miss Carrie Risedorph i
was the ba.?e of operations for a very
delightful "Progressive Dinner Party" l
on Mouday eveuiug la?t, given by the J
hiies of the Eight-Six teeD club. Of'
course the gentlemen members of the,
duo were present, but their part was
not in the dinners' preparation but in :
the devastation or, rather, elimination |
thereof. Cards were indulged in and a J
very pleasant evening was spent.
AT THE CLUB
There will be moving pictures this
evening. Tomorrow night the base
ball club will hold a meeting and on ;
Friday uight the basket ball players
will be ou hand. The regular show with I
illustrated song and moving pictures
will be given on Saturday night.
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Try the Pure Ice Cream at the City
Bakery.
M fa. Duckworth, who has been visit- j
iug with her daughter, Mrs. J. N. j
Stoo?iy ?t Tread weil, will return to her
home in Iowa about the first of April. (
Heury Brie says that a recent letter
from his wife conveys ttie good news
that she Js rapidly icnproviug iu health <
under the beneficial iuduence of tbe
California climate.
On Sunday, March 21, at 7:30 p. ui.,
Rev. Heury A. Gabriel, S. J., will open
a mi?<biou for Catholics and uuu-Cai.li- |
olics, by deliverii.g an address ou ti e ;
subjest: "Is Life Worth Liviug?v
Jack Gilhgan and wife left ou the <
Princess May for Vancouver, B. C., to ]
make thev- future home there. Jack ]
was oue of the Island's steady workers 1
and \ make his way in fcny country. '
Tne public school scholars are now !
d'ti;, : j g into the work with a vj -.^vaace, ! '
try::g to make rp for tiio timo lost in
free e-ups, birthday celebrations and 1
joint debates. It is seriously hoped
that there will be no more iutenup- j ]
llojs. j 1
On Friday ev ening the Jb'ort .NCAvrra
Dramatic company w. :l nreseut for tue
e iiCcstion of tne Juneau denizens the
rip-roacing farce comedy, entitled,;
"That Box of Cigarettes." JJ ' .sic for
tlie occasion will be I'arnisLcd by the
2-nd U. S. Infantry Lr* .d.
The water situatio ? is much im
proved. Rain in the valley has helped
some. In the higher altitudes the snow
is still falling. But except in cases
where the pipes pre frozen, everybody
has plenty of water. "Now that there is
a supply of water for fire purposes, the
troubles of the city dads are becoming
perceptibly less.
The date of the entertainment to be
given by the Douglas Island Ladies'
Auxiliary has been fixed for Saturday,
March 27. The money? proceeds of j
this entertainment ? is to be used ex- j
clusively for the local expense of gath- j
ering and preparing the exhibit By
the date of our next issue we hope to
give a complete program of the enter
tainment.
Mr. aud Mrs. P. Hadley entertained
at the Mission, Friday evening, March
12, in honor of Mr. John Lundquist, of
this city, before his departure for the
States. Those present were: Messrs.
Kilbuck, Julian, Alfred Johnson, Dave
J udson, Angus McDonald, Ruther, Hal- 1
vus, Kenneth and Lundquist. The
Misses Margaret Jamts and Ruth Kil
ouck assisted Mrs. Hadley and Mrs.
Lundquist in serving a dainty lunoh.
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The Thompson
Glove-Fitting Corset
AN OLD FAVORITE AT A NEW PRICE
\
The $3.00 Corset at $1.75
The 2.75 Corset at 1.65
The 2.50 Corset at 1.50
The 2.00 Corset at 1.25
The I.5o Corset at 1.00
Come in and take advantage of this great
CORSET SALE
P. H. FOX
A
B. M. BEHRENDS, BANKER,
JUNEAU, ALASKA
Foreign Exchange Issued Oldest Bank in Alaska
INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS
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DR. A. E. DAVIS i
DENTIST
PERMANENTLY LOCATED IN DOUGLAS j
Over Meot Market 'Phone, Douglas 88
Office Houkb-8 a. m. to 8 v. u.
Specialty crown und bridge work and gold
fillings. All work guaranteed.
CONSULTATION ani> EXAMINATION FREE
School Notes
The following program was rendered
by the Gastineau society laat Friday:
heading, "The Perfect Tribute to
Lincoln" Miss Pickel !
Conundrums Frank Caroway
Reading, "Honest Work" . . .Ilmi Aalto |
Mandolin Solo Ella (irundler
'History of Douglas" Linda Smith
'A Trip to the Fair". . .Olgat Anderson
The critic's report was unusually
?ood.
The high school pupils have decided
to get pins.
The absence of Walter Jackson, who
is suffering with a broken leg, from
3chool is regretted by many of his
friends. t
Ilmi Aalto, '12, Reporter.
Saint Patrick's Day
The subdued excitement of the past
two or three weeks will find a vent in
the St. Patrick's Day celebration to be i
held tonight at Natatorium hall. The
affair is the fourth annual ball given
by the Alaska Catholic Club. This mid
Lenten festival gives the young peo
ple a respite from their devotions and |
an excuse for a frolic, and they are only
too glad to improve it. A general in
vitation is given to the public to at- !
tend this affair. The ladies are making |
Bxtensive preparations to nerve refresh- j
ments during the evening. It will be a i
jolly time and those who are looking :
for fun should not fail to attend.
Advertised Letters
List of letters remaining unolaimed
in the postoffice at Douglas, Alaska, on
March 13, 1909:
Benson, Albert Cowger, J. H.
Holm, Gus Holmes, Wm.
Lawson, David Janson, Mrs. Selma
Panno, Mrs. Jack Williams, Miss F.
Parties wishing any of them should
call for "advertised letters" and give
date of list R. K. Hubbard, P. M.
Anton Krasel? shop on Second street
? cleans and repairs clothes with neat
ness and dispatch. Prices very reason
able.
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BRACELETS
The largest assortment ever seen in
Southeastern Alaska? Bracelets for
Big People, Little People and Babies
PRICES FROM $1.00 UP
The Little Store with a Bljr Stock ?
M. Q. BELZHOOVER
Notice
To whom it may concern: ?
All persons are hereby warned not to '
give credit to my wife, Mrs. Estelie M.
Kenster, on my account, hh I will not be
responsible for debts incurred by her.
Dated at Douglas, Alaska, this 15th
day of February, 11)09.
Chas. Feksteb.
DOUGLAS
POOL ROOM
Coaghlfn & McKanna, Proprietors
CIGARS, TOBACCOS
AND SOFT DRINKS
A pleasant place to spend an
evoninff? The boys are always
welcome.
ICE
Cream
AND
ICE CREAM SODAS
EVERY DAY AT
The CITY BAKERY
"SITKA HOT SPRINGS." Accom
modation*, Americau or European
plan. For terms apply to Doctors
Goddard and Brooks, Sanitarium,
Alaska.
1 JEWELRY ?
JJ WATCHES fc
)( CLOCKS ?
3 OPTICAL GOODS \
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Repair Work done quickly j
at Reasonable Prices ? j
Under Guarantee
jj Fens i & Bloedhorn \
J Successors to L. F. Kemmis
3 FRONT ST. : : : DOUGLAS
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! Cold Weather \
Suggests the need of
Chest Protectors
We have the Peary, Our Leader,
Salaxka and Frost King Vests.
50c to $4.00
ELMER E. SMITH
The Front Street Drugffijt
DOUGLAS ALASKA
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