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The Douglas Island News.
("HE LOCAL FIELD. N.J. Emery, of Seattle, is iu towu. Bill Lutz is clerking at the Phoenix. Governor Clark visited Douglas yea terday. Mr. G. A. Hubbell went to Skagway Friday on the Seattle. Mrs. J. G. Zimmerman and son have returned from Tenakee. Herb Couway went north on the Se attle bound for Fairbanks. Charlie Gall and Lieo Young have re turned from an outing at Tenakee. Miss Kuby Johnson left last week on i the Seattle for a visit to California. Lumber is being hauled for the new cottage to be built by Jerry Cashen. There will be a band concert at the Treadwell Club next Saturday night. Charlie Stephens has sold out bis saloon ou Frout street to Jess Peyser. Window screens, screeu cloth and chicken netting can be bad at Jensen's. Get a Kodak at Andrew^ studio and learn to take pictures. We will show you. Guy Smith baa gone to the Sound on business ? we are unable to state what kind. The big freighter Latouche is ex pected hourly with coal for the city dock. The May Roberts Company will pre seut "The College Girl" at the Lyric to night. The foundation piers are in place for Joe Riedi's new building on Third street. James Cottrell says that he expects his wife from the states in the near future. Albiu Baritello and Paul Bloedhoru j made the rouud trip to Skagway on the | Humboldt. The Lyric Orchestra will give a dance tomorrow evening immediately after the movies. Ed Andrews, photographer, has hoisted a new awniug in front of his shadow shop. John Keusi has a buuch of meu em ployed making improvements to his \ store buildiug. Sprinkling eaus, garden hose aud all that goes to beautify the garden, for j sale at Jensen's. Harold Miller returned to Douglas on the Humboldt, after an absence of about three years. Gus Grundler has a gang of men clearing the grouud for his new build ing on Third street. VVm. Lutz came up ou the Seattle aud went ou to Whitehorse to play ball ! with the insurgents. Maresco ? Muresco ? Muresoo ? the only wall finish ? in all colors at Jen sen's Hardware store. Friday is souveuir night at the Lyric for the flrs>t tweuty five ladies buyiug twenty-five ceut tickets.* H. A. Dahl, captain of the Treadwell ball team, woo the throwing coutest at the Whitehorse celebration. George Bach arrived ou the Hum boldt from the States. His family is now located at Portland, Ore. J. E. Davis, a shift boss at the Perse verance mine back of Juueau, met an accidental death last Suuday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Museth and daughter, Nora, left on the Seattle for a visit at Ketchikan and Seattle. Clothes baskets, cheap campiug bas ketp, wringers, washboards, boilers, tabs, etc., can be had at Jensen's. Just arrived ? a large stock of East man Kodaks aud supplies at Ed An drews' studio. Everything sold at cat alog prices. All who are interested in the matter of a Fourth of July celebration in Douglas are requested to meet at the Natatorium Friday night. Fraukie Bach, who returned on the Humboldt from a visit with his sister near Seattle, says that he is mighty glad to get back to Douglas. The Seattle P. 1. of May 28 announces the marriage of Mr. Ray Richardson and Miss Grace Swihart. Douglas folks will be interested in this. Ed Andrews, the photographer, will give away a complete kodak outfit to the holder of the lucky coupon at the Lyric theatre Friday night, June 7th. Deputy Marshal VV. D. MacMillan, his wife and children, his father, mother and sister, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Coster left yesterday for an outing at Tenakee. They will be ab sent several weeks. The Japan current, which is said to be responsible for all the good weather, has beeu acting queer for the past week. The days have been cold and wet. It is warmer today and perhaps the J. C. is baok pn the job. ? TREADWELL TOPICS A. Hayman has given up hie work on I this side and moved to Janeau the early part of the week. Don't forget that this is Wednesday, ? the evening of one of the popular Club : dances. James Stevenson left recently for J I Berners bay, where he has accepted em ployment. Spiro Orfanos arrived on the Dolphin from Oakland, Calif., to spend the sum mer visiting with his brother, Denny Orfanos. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Murphy and children are returning home on the Spokane, after spending the past two months visitiug with friends and rela tives in Denver, Colo., and Grand Rapids, Mich. Will Taylor resigned his position at j the,foundry and left for a visit with his parents in Clarkston, Wu. Foreman John Richards received word Monday that his wife was very ill. He left on the Dolphiu enroute to Ashland, Oregon, where his family is residing. Mark Smith, the foundry foreman, was a southbound passenger on the Dolphiu. Mr. Smith is the delegate from the Mason's Lodge to Seattle. A1 Libbrecht is buildiug a cottage uear the Heat's Nest mill, He began ; work on it last week. The pupils of the Mexicau school were unable to have their picnic at Sheep creek last Friday on account of the t*tor my weather, but plau to have it the first pleasant day. William Stafford left for the North a few days ago and expects to locate at Carcross, Y. T. Foreman Nels Johuson aud family have gone out to Warm Springs for awhile for the benefit of Mr. Johnson's i i health. Johu R. Begg aud George Morrisou, fiieuds. of Alex Kiloh, arrived Irom I Scotlaud d"n the last trip of the Jeffer 80U. Charles Stites aud Leo Youug are planuiug to take a vacation veiy short ly. They expect to spend the time in touring around. C. R. Johusou was a California ar rival on the City of Seattle last Friday. George Moody aud hid wife left on the Dolphiu for a visit in Michigan. Mr. aud Mrs. Mrs. Haigler wili occupy the Moody resideuee during their ab seuce. The May Roberts Company played to good houses at the Ly rio last Friday and Saturday nights, and the Ethel Tucker Company did as well on Thursday night. Mrs. Lena Davis, a socialist orator sent out by the national management is headed for Southeastern Alaska to win votes for the socialist candidate tor delegate. Miss Agnes Patterson celebrated her 10th birthday yesterday by entertain ing a lot of her little frieuds at an apron party. Delicious refreshments were served, and even the News force was treated to a geuerous sample. For sale ? 137 acres good water front farm land on Puget sound. Will cut into smaller tracts if desired. Easy terms at half the price others are re ceiving for adjoining lands. See N. J. Emory, Sans Souci hotel, Douglas. ; All members of North Star Lodge I No. 2, K. of P., are requested to attend the meeting Thursday uigbt, wheu the work that has been delayed by the carnival and Memorial Day will be taken up. The gasoline tug Alexander Jr. ar rived from T harbor last night with Uus Olson, who is suffering from paralysis. Just as she reached the city float, Are ! broke out on the boat and threatened for a time to destroy it. Quick, hard I work saved it, but the after cabin is badly charred. Albin Baritello, Charlie Stephens and Wm. Halvor returned last Thurs day from a tour among the islands. They were brown and hearty. Mr. Baritello brought three flne bear skins with him which he allows the boys to ; inspect aud admire the silky softness of the fur. There is no charge. Sing Some Songs.? The Douglas Civic Improvement Club will meet at the school house tomorrow (Thursday) evening. All members are requested to be present, and all women who are not members, but are interested in the cause, are invited to attend. The ob ject of this meeting is to practice sing ing, and all who attend are requested to bring any books thoy ? may have containing the good, old-fashioned songs from "Yankee Doodle" to the j "Star Spaugled Banner." SMI ? ' V! = GREATEST SILK SENSATION OF THE YEAR One Thousand Yards of Messaline, Taffeta and Jacquard Silks in plain and fancy colors, on sale one week only, starting Friday, June 7th: $1.50 a yard values at $1.00 1.25 a yard values at 90c 1.00 a yard values at 50c 65c a yard values at 40c 35c a yard values at 25c Suesine Silks - - - - 25c 1 w w ?% ! B. M. BEHRENDS, BANKER, JUNEAU, ALASKA Foreign Exchange issued Oldest Bank in Alaska INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS & ?> rf> Foreign and Domestic j? Woolens In Stock If * ?* ?* F. WOLLAND | MERCHANT TAILOR | ? rf JUNEAU, ALASKA 4i ^wwvwvwvwwwwwwvv s I > <*'*a>kV A X3k^ jy W V> V?/ \_> w y <> m <> PLUMBING STEAM FITTING SHEET METAL WORK Jobbing, all kinds of Repair and Ma- f chine Work, Phonographs andSowititr Machines Repaired. GAS ENGINE REPAIRING Front Street, near Ball Park, Douglb ^ wwwvwvwwvww% ww w JEWELER AND WATCHMAKER DOUGLAS * ALASKA Waltham, Elgin and Hamilton Watches Jewelry in Solid Gold and Gold Filled A fine selection in Nug get Jewelry* Alaska Rings and Souvenir Spoons CUT CLASS AND SILVERWARE Just Received? Rogers' 1847 KNIVES, FORKS & SPOONS Repairing a Specialty under:guarantee | ALASKA JEWELRY CO. Douglas f !j For Watch and Jewelry Repairing ? ? r^xr*r*r Che Island fiotel * * ALBIN BARITELLO, Proprietor Best Grades CUines, Liquors, and Cigars NO INFERIOR BRANDS Family Trade Solicited Free Delivery FRONT ST., DOUGLAS IMOI ?* ^ lb.?MKIk(a ? \ When we tell you that it's time to order Spring and Summer clothes, we aren't telling you anything original, but when you let us show you the new woolens and fashions from Ed. V. Price & Co. Three-Button Straight MERCHANT TAILORS, CHICAGO Front Sack , No. 785 you'll see everything original that will be worn by the best dressed men in the entire country. It doesn't cost as much as you might expect, to have us take your measure and deliver the # finest custom tailoring obtainable. ROGERS = Douglas j