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The Douglas Island News.
THE LOCAL FIELD. Ah, irentle dames! it gars mo irreot,^ To think how mony counsels sweet. How mony longthen'd saga advices. The husband frao the wife despises! ?Burns, Budweiser at the L?og Cabin. For a furnished or unfurnished house see Jensen. Mrs. Antou Marks has returned from the Sound. Judge Bach has been out to Auk bay for several days. Hose Coin pa uy No. 1 will meet at the City Hall tonight. Vio Spauldiug weut out to Auk bay the first of the week. Jim McKanua returned from Warm Springs bay last week. Call for the famous Budweiser Beer at the Log Cabiu saloon, A full liue of School Supplies at the McDouald Novelty House. Special bargains iu cutlery? every razor guaranteed? iMcDonald Novelty House. The City of Seattle, northbound, was in port today and will go South "to morrow, j Deputy Marshal McMillan went up; Lynn caual way on the Georgia last Saturday. Ed Armstroug, a former resideut of Douglas, arrived from the Westward last week. Postmaster R. R. Hubbard goes South j on the City of Seattle for a brief visit ou the Sound. Ranges? Everything from a small family rauge to a big hotel rauge may 1 be had at Jensen's. The Douglas Volunteer Firemeu will entertain their wives, children and lady j friends ou the 29th. Somethiug uew iu folding postals. Our line of candies is complete aud fresh. McDonald Novelty House. Fraternal hall has been strengthened aud braced by heavy irou rods, making the upper floor solid enough for danc ing. Teddy Hubbard celebrated his fifth birthday last Weduesday afternoon by entertaiuiug a number of his little friends. Mr. C. O. Frieudberg found a bad place ou Third street this morning aud complains of a bruised hip as the re sult of a fall he got. R. A. Voung, a representative of K.G. Duu Co_ has been doing the towu the past week. If there i3 auything he doesn't find out, it is well hidden. Uile & Keist ? the Douglas Candy Kitchen ? have ordered a stock of post cards, which will include some beauti- 1 J fui views aud a line of Christmas card;.* I Mr. and Edwin Wilmol, of Seattle, arrived on the Cottage.City for a week's visit with Mr. aud Mrs. M. G. Rogers. Mr. Willmot is a brother of Mrs. Rogers. ? ' "i ? J Tony Tubbs passed through Douglas on his way to the Sound, where he goes to console Mrs. Tubbs, who is mourn ing the death of a sister in the Idaho forest (ires. The Juneau Dispatch says that it is authorized to make the statement that Attorney L. P. Snackleford will leave Alaska to engage iu the practice of law at Tacoma, Washington. Ln?t night William MeCormick treated the members of the A. B. lodge in a royal manner. The young man | was celebrating his twenty-first birth day. "Billy" was born ou Douglas Island. The Ladies' Aid society of the Swedish Lutheran church desires to exteud most sincere thauks to all those who helped to make the sale giveu by the society two weeks ago the most suc cessful in its history. John McCormick has severed his connection with the machine shop de partment at Treadwell, and he and his wife will he passeogers for the South od the City of Seattle. They will make their home at San Francisco. Jack Langseth, of the News, returned the first of the week from Berners bay, where he has been doing assessment work. The Old Man of the News, who has been working nights and Sundays daring his absence, will now get time co wash his faoe. John Lockhart and his fat dog, "Pickles," returned to Douglas last Sat urday on the Humboldt. Eminent practitioners of the banana belt warned Mr. Lockhart that Pickles would not stand the climate there, so be returned to the North at once. Congregational church ? Subject next Sunday, "A Golden Gossip." Special music by the choir. Bible class meets at 10 a. m. Sanday. New members welcome at any time. There is to be a social for young people at the church on Friday evening. Making Dodglas Beautiful. Iu the spring campaigu of cleanliness, you will need ready mixed house paint*, i ' I floor paint, Jap-a lao, lead and oil, ^ j brushes of all kinds, or it may be a can I of Black Diamond Roof aud Boat paint. / : Jensen, the Second street hardware man, can supply them all. Elmer E. Smith returned on the Dol- ; phin from the States. Mrs. Smith uu- j derwent an operation on October 3rd at the St. Francis hospital at San Fran cisco from which she rallied nicely and at last accouuts was doing fine. It is i hoped that she has been able to leave 1 the hospital by this time. However, ! she will remain in California for several months yet, or uutil she thoroughly re- ; gains her health aud strength. The two meu who lost their lives iu the Mexican shaft last Woduesday were Steve Vagianeu, a native of Greece, aged 35 years, aud Stanley Met*, a native of Russia, aged 23 years. The funerals were held ou Friday afternoon, that of Vagiaueu from the Servian church at 1 o'clock, aud Metz from the Catholic church at 2 o'clock. The hoist man lost control of the skip, but succeeded in stopping it just as it reached the ^ UOO-level. The two men who lost their ' lives jumped from the skip. The others ' received only a few slight bruises, / TREAD WELL TOPICS j Last Tuesday the train with a load of ^ empty sulphuret cars ran off the track , ^ aear the Mexicau iniH aud one of the j crew, uamed Carlson, had the misfor- ? tune to break his leg. He was taken ' to the hospital and is gettiug along as well as could be expected. Mrs, James Stoody and daughter left on the Georgia for Sitka, where they will join Mr. Stoody and return with him in about three weeks time. The carpenters are busy putting the ! finishing touches to the new powder | wharf at the Bulliou and expect to have it in shape for the Meteor to land 1 at on her next trip up with powder. ? Later? The Meteor is unloading pow der at the new wharf today. rm The dance at the Club on Friday j night was not as well attehded as it should hare been. Those who were . there had a good time aud all pro nounced the music to be the best that i Professor Wasterlain has put on this i wiuter. There will be another dance | soon, when it is hoped the crowd will j be larger. I The Treadwell fire department held i a meeting last Wednesday night aud | transacted considerable business. L. S. Ferris purchased the Auxete phone owned by the Alaska Drug com- jl pauy and for a couple of days had it I installed in the Mexican boarding E house. The men were very much dis- : | appointed when he moved it over to his ? home. The Tread well basket bail team de- I feated the Juneau team la9t Wedoes-. I m day by a score of 14 to 10. Both teams 8 showed that they had good material j and with a little more practice should I put up a good exhibition of basket ? ball. The Treadvvell team expects to | play a game with Douglas soon. Mul- j ligau tried to stop the ball with .his eye and in consequence is going around with his eye in mourning. , Fred Carmony has returned from the ? hot springs and has resumed his po- ; sition on the train. It is reported that the machine shop crew will give a dHnce soon. The band will play at the swimming tank on Friday night, so get your best I girl aud take a plunge that uight. Tonight will see one of the first bowl ing games of the season at the Club. The teams will be from the assay office and foundry; The wiuners will bowl the famous "Greaser" team for the trophy now ^held by it and which was i won from the butchers1 team over two years ago. The teams will be as fol- 1 lows: Assay office ? Fred Laube (Capt.), j Bob Coughlin, Dave (Jhristoe, Dave Housel and Kussell Wayland. Foun- j ; dry team ? Otto Wicklander (Capt.), C. W. Johnson, Ed Cashel, F. Cornwell and Henry Hedstrom. The game will ; no doubt be hotly contested and you | are invited to <jome and bring your j rootiug voice with you. The cyanide j ! plant and machine shop team will also ! meet soon and try to have the winners : of their contest lift the cup. Keep your eyes open for the date of ( the big minstrel ehow being arranged \ by Manager Laffey. It promises to be , the best event ever put on by the 1 musical people of the Island. The best < talent on the Island has been secured ] aud nothing will be left undone to make this one of the biggest events that ever happened in Southeastern Alaska. - i The stringing of the wires from i Sheep creek has been completed and ' ! the power will soon Jbe turned on. h Ladies' Undermuslins Leona Three=Piece Undergarments h \i/ \fj vj/ w # i We have a full line of these new and up=to=date garments. They are made without fullness at waist==fit perfectly over the hips==every seam tailored and sewed flat. WE HAVE THEH IN ALL SIZES i> vj/ Prices: $2.50 $3.00 $3.50 $4.00 w v?/ I P. H. FOX Douglas I B. M. BEHRENDS, BANKER, JUNEAU, ALASKA Foreign Exchange Issued Oldest Bank in Alaska INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS r I % I ?S WILL GROW IN GASTINEAU LOTS NOW SELLING AT From $80 to $IQO Each WILL BE Advanced 50 Per Cent Nov. 5th T^HESE LOTS are on Patented Ground, and the Title is Guaranteed. They are Selling Rapidly. Engineers of the ALASKA TREAS URE MINING COMPANY are now on the ground, Laying Out the Mill Site, Pipe Lines, and the Site for Twenty-five Houses for Families, Adjoining the Townsite of GASTINEAU CITY. Prominent, Shrewd Business Men of both Juneau and Douglas, All of the Officials of the Alaska Treasure Mining Co., and Many Working Men are Buying These Lots. The SaJe has been SURPRISINGLY SUCCESSFUL to Both Owner and Agents, JOHN HEN50N & CO. EXCLUSIVE SELLING AGENTS Front Street = = Dougla-s limi? 'I II1 1 mill Ml I Ml WhtMIBHM?? $'s Are Growing at Gastiueau r%n Qf. ?* Headaches are caused J/" /O by Eye strain; can be our ad permanently by proper fitted glasses [. J. SHARICK, optician JUNEAU SaysoOmes ? for parties, receptions and other functions. Sayso Cones are aot only a delicacy, but a decided con venience. Sold by the Douglas Candy Kitchen. Foreign and Domestic Woolens in Stock F, WOLLAND MERCHANT TAILOR * JUNEAU, ALASKA ^ "k ? ?vwvwvvvvvwwvwwwwt H.V.SULLY Undertaker and Manu facturer of Furniture CARPENTERING, JOBBING and UPHOLSTERING J Shop Third Street, opp. Baseball Pork j* DOUGLAS, ALASKA