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The Douglas Island News.
THE LOCAL FIELD.
The Little White Dog
Little white dog with the meek brown eyes.
Tell me the boou that most yon prize.
Would a juicy bone meet your heart's desire
Or a coay rug: by a biasing fire?
Or a sudden raee with a pussy catf
Or a gentle word? or u friendly pat?
Is the warn-out ball yo? have always near
The dearest of all the things held dear?
Or in the home you left behind
The dream of bliss to your doggish mind?
Hut the Jittle white dog just shook his head
As if "None of these are best," he said.
A boy's elear whistle came from the street ;
There's a wag of tail and a twinkJe of feet.
And the little white dog did not even say,
"Excuse me, ma'am," as he scampered away;
But I'm sure ascun be his greatest joy
Is just to trot behiud that boy.
-Ma}' Ellis Nichols in "Observer.**
May Roberts.
Touight at Natatorium hall.
Ed Christen went to Warm Springs
Monday
The Seattle this morniug brought 25
tous of freight,
Lawrence Barrett, a mild Havaua I
Cigar, suits all.
M rs. O. M. Blain has been on the sick
list since Friday.
Scotty Bruce has gone ou a wedding
tour to the States.
Scythes, Grass Hooks and Brush
Hoooks at Jeuseu's.
It is uot too late to put up that chim
ney, but it's uone too early.
Lawrence Barrett, mild Havana cigar,
is a national smoke. 2 for 25c.
Jim McKanna aud bride are passen
gers ou the Jeffersoo, due Friday.
The very best tooth paste given away
free at Smith's Drug Store this week.
Mr. R. R. Hubbard will go south on
the Seattle for a mouth's visit ou Paget !
sound.
The cyauide plant aud the assay of- j
flee teams will play baseball Friday
evening.
Make your furniture new with Liquid
Veneer. Jeusen sells the 25c, 50c aud
dollar sizes.
For Dog Collars, Razor Strops, Horse
Covers aud Cauvas Travel Bags see
Julius Jensen.
Horn* ? To Mr. aud Mrs. Thomas
Casheu, on Tuesday moruing, August
Sth, a 12-pouud boy.
VV. F. Graham arrived receutly from
California to take charge of the Alaska
Drug Company's store.
Hengell Electric Water Heaters boil
water iu two miuutes. Sold by Julius
Jensen, Second street.
Try a Lawreuce Barrett Mild Havana
Cigar aud you will be a regular smoker
of this brand. 2 for 25c.
A. Murray is buildiug a large tank
near the Friends Mission as an aid to
his sawmill power plant.
The tuteriorof the Natatorium is be
ing treated to a coating of white, which
will greatly improve its appearance.
A continuation of hot and dry
weather is begiuning to affect the water
supply on Douglas Island.
Mrs. b\ N. Carter, who is at the Ju
tieau hospital, is very much improved
aud her speedy recovery is assured.
Frank Caraway, who has spent the
summer at Sitka Warm Springs, re
turned last week looking browu aud
hearty.
A citizen asked us why cows are al
lowed to invade the cemetery and tramp
over the graves. Will some one please
give us the answer?
Joe hobertsou came borne on the Se
attle. ile brought a flue Gyear-old 1
Clyde gelding to take the place of
Maud, now departed.
C. E. Bennett purchased the interest
of R. K. Bell in the Alaska Drug Co.
Mr. Bell goes South to attend to some
very important business.
Mr. Edwards will speak next Sunday
evening at the Congregational church
on "What the Sunday School lias Done
for the Christian Church."
Couucilmau Heury Brie aud wife teft
Monday morning on the Georgia for
Warm Springs bay. They will speud a
month at this popular resort.
John Lui.dquiat left last week for
his home at Eutiat, Wn. Continued
bad health discouraged him and finally
caused him to return to his home.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Stubbins, Frank
Oliver and family, aud Mrs. O'Connor
and Miss Regine Miller were out at
Grindstone Falls for an outing Sunday.
Mrs. Bert Loomis and daughter Al
mira arrived from the States on the
Dolphin. Sunday last Mr. Loomis re
ceived the sad news of the death of his
mother.
Mrs. Emil P. Kefling and children
and Mrs. Bolstad arrived this morning
from Petersburg on the Seattle. They
will visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs*
Henry Museth.
TREADWELL TOPICS
I
The uew club that has beeu orgau
ized at the Mexican under tbe name of
the "Mexican Solo club" promises to
be a great success. Tbe first evening^
| entertainment was given at tbe Alexi
cau buuk house Monday evening, and
it is hoped to have many more before
the winter is over. The club was or
ganized by "Red" Hefner and "Red"
Daniels for the sole purpose of keepiug
the boys around the bunk house iu the
evenings and not letting them go to
town aud part with their money. The
show started with sougs by a couple of
Belgian soloists, a soug by a gentleman
from Sweden, a Dutch duet by Marks
and Smith, a song by Fields aud a reci
tation by the jauitor. Several selec
tions by two violins aud a "widjammer"
added to tbe eveuing's entertainment.
The evening was spent playing solo and
wouud up with the very best refresh
ments that could be produced. Th?
final number on the program was a
grand march participated in by all
hands. Several invited guests were
preseut, among whom were seen James
Daniels, Nels Johhuson, Steve Ferris,
(Jeorge Stevens, Dick McCormick aud
several others. They all report having
had a tip top time. They all had their
pictures taken by Photographer Ed Au
drews, who has instructions to send
oue to the leadiug sporting paper in
the Uuited States, together with a de
scription of tbe club.
Yesterday morniug about 10 o'clock,
while 1G loaded sulphuret cars wore be
ing hauled up to the cyanide plant the
cable broke and the cars took a merry
ride down the hill, arouud the foundry
and finally stopped near tho 700 mill
without auy damage being done. Had
it not been for one of tho employees of
the company happeuing to see them
coming and throwing the switch so as
to let ttoem run out on tho maiu track
there would have been quite a mixup.
There will be a series of baseball
games for kegs of "nails" played be
tween teams from the machiuo shop,
fouudry aud Mexicau next week if the
weather holds good. No one who has
ever played on a ball team will bo al
lowed to take part.
The show at the Club last Saturday
night was fiue. Mr. Kingsbury and sou
favored the audieuce with a guitar and
mandolin duet and were forced to re
spond to au encore. xVlr. Kingsbury
played a guitar solo aud Mr. Pitzman
saug an illustrated song. Three reels
of moving pictures were shown and the
entertainment wound up with a farce,
with Mclvor, Kingsbury aud Mulligan
takiug the leading parts.
Band practice on Thursday night All
are requested to attend at 8 o'clock
sharp.
Miss Fauuie Bennett aud Miss Hart
wig, who have been the guests of C. E.
Bennett, will leave for the South on the
next Jeffersou.
The -dance at the Club on Monday
night was attended by a large crowd.
The music was furnished by a five-piece
orchestra aud was first class. A light
lunch was served during the eveniug.
Edgar Noell has resigned his position
at the cyanide plaut.
Jimmie Chambers, the popular base
ball captain, now rides a wheel and col
lects the samples from the various
mills for the assay office.
The show at the Club on Saturday
night will consist of three reels of pic
tures, illustrated soug by Mr. Pitzman,
the silver voiced tenor, and a concert
by the Treadwell Club baod uuder the
leadership of Musical Director Mclvor.
The following program is to be given:
i\larch, "Tropic to Arctic" Learning
Overture, "Lustspiel" Housel
"Wash Rag" Datson
Selection, "Bridal Rose" Ferris
"Auld Scotia" Webster
"Bolo Rag" Christoe
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May Roberts Tonight
Douglas Island people will have an
opportunity to witness a performance
given by May Roberts and her company
at Natatorium hall tonight. It is a rare
opportunity, for the show will be a
good one. May Roberts is a young lady
of exceptional ability and is supported
by an especially strong compauy. At
her appearance at Victoria she won uu
stinted praise from the Colonist, a
paper usually very hard to please. A
comedy will be presented tonight, en
titled "The Marriage of Kitty." There
is lots of fuu in it, so don't miss it.
Mr. M. G. Fremming, of Tacoma, re
cently arrived in Juneau with his fam
ily to make his home iu the Capital
City. Mr. Fremmiug comes as the rep
resentative of a number of Tacoma
wholesale establishments and will dem
onstrate to the people of Southeastern
Alaska the advantage of trading at Ta
coma. He also has the agency for some
very desirable Tacoma property, both
lots and acre tracts, which he is selling
on easy terms.
Throw away your old tootn brush. It
is unclean and does not properly clean
the teeth ? 25c to 75c at Smith's Drug
Store, aud a tube of the fiuest paste
given free with each brush.
John Feusi has been appointed Doug
las ageut for the Remington Standard
typewriter. He has on exhibition one
of the new No. 10 machines, visible
writing and tabular attachment. See
him for prices and terms. *
TONIGHT
At Natatorium Hall
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