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The Douglas Island News. !
THE LOCAL FIELD. ? Picture frames at Swihart's. Ladies, read the article in this paper about had bags. Charlie Swiharl makes frames and frames pictures. Born? To Mr. and Mrs. A. Compett this morning, a daughter. Born ? To Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wood, on Tuesday, Feb. 25th, a daughter. Luther V. Chambers returned this morniug from a visit to the Souud. Get a Kodak at Andrews' studio aud learu to take pictures. We will show you. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Foreman have moved to the Shafer cottage on Second street. Masquerade Costumes for rent or made to order by Mrs. Bertha Schwarz euberg. Mr. Julius Jenseu has gone to Seattle on basioess that will detain him about two weeks. Competent woman wishes work by the day. Mrs. Vau Weil, uear Douglas Steam Laundry. Jensen sells the Colonial Oak heatiug stove, manufactured by the Great Western Stove Co. Oil stoves, heating stoves, cook stoves and ranges, in all the latest j styles, at the Jensen Hardware Store. Mrs. Harold F. Mortou, nee loue Mc Donald, left this morning ou the A1 Ki for a visit with relatives ou the Sound. When iu need of a good snow shovel, ice creepers, skates, or a sled for the kid, give us a call. Jensen, Second St. If your clothes need repairing, clean ing or pressing, call ou Anton Krasel, . next door to the cable ottlce, Second street. Plumbing, tinning, sheet metal work aud supplies at a normal price. Doug las Hardware Store, J. S. Alinkove. Phone 55. Just arrived ? a large stock of East man Kodaks and supplies at Ed Au-i drews' studio. Everything sold at cat alog prices. Mr. Leslie Knox, a recent arrival from California, will opeu a tailoriug ' establishment on Krout street iu the Day buildiug. Mr. J. R. Guerin, who has been the local representative of the Alaska Elec trie Light & Power Co., is moviug to Juneau today. Mrs. Abbott! Where did you get that beautiful steel top range? Why, at the i Douglas Hardware, of course. J. S. Alinkove. Pbone 55. Mr. M. J. O'Connor went over to Tenakee last week to spend a week or ten days partaking of the benefits of : the healing hot spriugs. Captaiu Sam Iveist and the Caroline left this morniug for Beruers bay, with Mrs. Jarmy, J. L. Dickey and Johu Mc Williams as passeugers. Oskar Larson, an old-time Island boy who ia now employed by the light and power company at Seward, expects to visit Douglas uext month. Born ? Tuesday, February 25, to Dau Joseph, a son. Dan Joseph is one of the leading natives of the Douglas vil lage. He is a very proud father. Bert Loomis is expected back in Douglas pretty soou to take his old po sitiou as head sawyer for the George E. James Company. Bill Liudscott, yard boss, will also return. Governor and Mrs. Clark will hold a ! reception at the governor's mansion at Juneau on Saturday eveuing, March 1, ' in houor of the members of Alaska's first legislative assembly. Passengers! south on the Al-Ki, which sailed from Douglas about 5 o'clock this morning, were Tom Brown, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Verch, Mrs. H. F. Mor ton and Fred M. Fernandes. We learn from the Juneau Dispatch that there is grave danger of an epi demic of typhoid iu our Capital City, as a result of unsanitary conditions. Two cases have already developed. Nyal's Family are all in the window. All good and good for all. One good rub deserves another. Try one of the Nyal's Family Remedies. Take one j home ? you will like them. Elmer E. Smith, t)ougla9, Alaska. Auk Tribe No. 7, imp. O. R. M., cele- j brated Washington's birthday by ai pleasant gathering at Odd Fellows' ball last Saturday night. Card playing, music, dancing and a lunch caused the hours to pass pleasantly. On Sunday, Feb. 23rd, a game of soccer football was played on the Doug- 1 las ball grounds between Juneau and i Douglas Island. The score was 4 to 2 in favor of the Island boys. There was nothing especially remarkable about the game, but the weather conditions were ideal ? bright, beautiful suushine. > A new gasoliue locomotive has been ' lowered to the depths of the Treadwell i mine. Ed Audrews is putting on a heap o' style this beRutiful spring weather j with a new sidewalk in front of his shadow shop. On the way ? a large shipment of go carts, express wagons and sidewalk sulkies. Douglas Hardware Store, J.S. Minkove. Phone 55. The regular business meeting of the Ladies7 League will be held Thursday afternoou, Feb. 27, at 2 o'clock, in the 1 Sunday school room of the church. All : members requested to be present. Maude Hubbard, Sec. News comes that Mr. J. A. Kemmis who is liviug at Schenectady, N. Y., has recovored from an illness of eleven weeks duration and is feeling fine. Mr. Kemmis was for many years a Douglas busiuess man and is remembered with kiudness by all of his old associates. Mrs. Lawrence Erickson, who weut to San Francisco with Dr. and Mrs. H. C. DeVighne underwent an operatiou at the Hahnemann hospital in that city. The first report that came to Mr. Erick son after the operation was alarming in the extreme, and he immediately de parted via the Jefferson for his wife'B bedside. Later reports are much more encouraging, so much so in fact that the hope of the lady's recovery almost amounts to a certainty. The Petersburg Progressive says: J. W. Stoft, of Stoft & Refling Corpora tion, Mrs. Stoft Miid their son returned home ou the Jefferson from an extend ed visit to Omaha, which is their home. By reasou of siokuess home, their trip was uot taken light hearted ly, yet Mr. and Mrs. Stoft made the most of it and vie-ited relatives throughout the state of Nebraska, and after an absence of three months are glad to be back in Petersburg. Mr. Stoft returned with the commission in his pocket for the agency of the Alaska Steamship Co., owuers of the Jefferson and Dolphin, with full power to act in all matters, aud purposes introducing something new in the way of supplying this com munity with coal aud oil. Mr. M. L. Tatom, who had beeu out to the westward for the past two years, ; returned last Thursday mcrningon the steamer Northwestern. Mark is an old , Alaskan, having come to t tie Northland more thau a quarter of a century ago. \ While out in the Port Wells country he located his tirst claim at Port Wells, which he sold before coming home for $50,000. Mr. B. F. Millard, the pur- 1 chaser, i* the lessee of the famous Cliff mine uear Valdez, and is well pleased with hi* bargain. The claim is located about 2,000 feet from the beach, at an elevation of GOO feet above tidewater. Mr. Tatom recently sacked about ten ; tons of the ore aud shipped it to Ta coma. After paying freight 87 per ton cost of treatment, the shipment netted $170 per ton. Mark's many Douglas ! friends rejoice in his good fortune. Handbag Bargain A fine assortment of ladies' Hand- ! bags i9 on display iu the window of the Rexall Drag Store. The prices are cut ill two, and the purchaser of each bag : gets a Douglas penant free. Notice Pursuant to the articles of incorpora tion of the Douglas Hotel Co., of Doug las, Alaska, you are notified that the first meeting of the stockholders of said company will be held iu the Lyric theatre iu the City of Douglas, on March 3rd, 1913, at 9:15 p. m., for the purpose of electing niue (9) directors, each for the term of one year. R. R. Hubbard, Secretary. He Shot to Kill La9t Friday evening about 7 o'clock, a French Canadian named John. Jaca zarie9, armed with a bull dog revolver, i a butcher knife and two bottles of acid, went down to Front street on murder ! bent. There he sought out the cabin of Jennie DuBoi*, shot her twice and then placing the weapon near his ear, sent a bullet crashing iuto his brain. The womau is seriously injured, but will live. One of the bullets penetrated her jaw and the other inflicted a wound on her forehead. She was taken to the : Weyerhorst hospital for treatmeut. Iu the dead man's pocket was found I a letter iu which bo stated that the womau had failed to send 8900 to his mother, money which he had given her for that purpose, also that she dis carded him for others. A coroner's in- ! quest was held by Commissioner Winn Saturday morning. The body of the deceased was buried at the Douglas cemetery on Monday. Jacazaries and the woman came to j Douglas about a year ago from Cali fornia It is said that the woman left : a husband and child to elope with Jacazaries. B. M. BEHRENDS, BANKER, JUNEAU, ALASKA Foreign Exchange Issued Oldest Bank in Alaska INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS. TREADWELL TOPICS Werner Borg was a passenger on the last trip of the Georgia for Tenakee springs for a short outiug. Joko Konjvod has gone to Sheep creek to work in the employ of the Alaska Gastiueau Co. W. Colvin has left for the interior, his destination being Dawson. Theodore Erickson returned on the Georgia from Warm Springs bay, where he has been enjoying an outiug. The picked team of basket ball play ers from the cyanide plant, outclassed the Douglas teum, with a score of 18 to 10, at the Douglas rink last Wednesday night. R. G. Cornell was a southbound pas senger on the Jefferson. At the last game bowled in thetourn ameut the Ready Bullion team was de feated by a team from the Mexican. I. D. Carpeuter will leave on the Georgia tomorrow for Sanitarium, near Sitka, for a month's sojourn at the hot springs. Djuro Vucevich, a native of Monte negro, was fatally injured by falling rock in I he 700 mine last Saturday evening. He wa& taken to the hospital but died in a few hours. The funeral service took place yesterday afternoon from the Greek church, the Servian Harmony society, of which the 'dead man .vas a member, attending in full force. TheTreadwell baud furnished music. C. D. Ralph and Wm. Daniels have gone to the Juneau side to work. Andy Lagergreu has resigned his po sition in the pattern shop and with his family will move to Juneau, where he will engage in business!. . Monday night the cyanide basket bali team won the game played with the machino shop team by quito a score. Iu the hotly contested bowling game between the cyanide team and the machine shop boya, which took place last uight, the latter carried off the laurel9. Louis Long, the trapper, came in on his launch from Doty's cove, and will remain in this vicinity about three weeks. The gold watch rattled by Gabriel Paul at the Club on Friday night, was won by a Treadwell miner. Frank Mull is again employed at the Treadwell barber shop. Improvement Club A meeting of the Civic Improvement Club will be hold at the school house on Tuesday evening, March 4th. A full attendance is requested. * "jf ^ Foreign and Domestic 4; ^ Woolens in Stock ** r '? 'i s ? I F. WOLLAND f i MERCHANT ? TAILOR % ? * s ? yf 4* -> JUNEAU, ALASKA ^ JUNEAU FERRY AND NAVIGATION CO FERRY TIME CARD LEAVE JUNEAU For Douprlas and Tread well: 8:00 a. m. 9:00 a. m. 11:00 u. m. 1 :(X) p. m. 8:00 p. m. 4:30 p. tn. 6:30 p. m. 8:00 p. m. 9 :00 p.m. 11:00 p. m LEAVE DOUGLAS Kor Tread well: 8:15 a. m. 9:15 a. m 11:15 a. m. 1:15 p. m. 3:15 p. m. 4:45 p. m. 6:45 p. m. 8:15 p. m. 9:15 p. m. 11:15 p. m. tor Juneau: 8:30 a. m. 9:80 a. m. 12:05 a. m. 1:45 p. m. 3:30 p. m. 5:80 p. m. 7:05 p. m. 8:80 p. m. 9:30 p. m. 11:30 a. m. leave treadwell For Douglas and Juneau: 8:25 a. in. 9:25 a. m. 12:00 a. m. 1:40 p. m. 3:25 p. m. 4:55 p. m. 6:55 p. m. 8:25 p. m. 9:25 p. m. 11:25 p. m. Leaves Juneau for Sheep Creek daily, ex cept Saturday, at 11 a. m. and 4:80 p. m,; Sat urdays at 11 a. m., 4:80 p. m. and 11 p. m. Re* turning (on Saturdays) leaves Douglas for Juneau at 5:80 p. m. and 11:50 p. m. Sundays 8:(K)Ja. m. trips omitted I ALASKA JEWELRY CO. Douglas f ^ For Watch and Jewelry Repairing jj The Store that Saves you Honey i F \ P. H. FOX r jJ DOUGLAS, ALASKA i ~ 2 l J Ladies' Department ? ^ Dents' Gloves \ A Royal Suits and Coats k 3 Bon-Ton Corsets r*> r M. C. V. Furs Walk-Over Shoes * ? ..?u- -**. rixjvx.r'-.i~ tx iignr i ii n? ? ?? i ? j|y )? Gents' Department \ Dent's Gloves P Royal Tailored Suits f Hart Schaffner & u Marx Clothes ^ Conqueror Hats Arrow Collars Walk-Over Shoes P * t PLUMBING $ STEAM FITTING | SHEET METAL l WORK | ?Jobbing, nil kimls of Kepnir nn<l Ala* ^ chine Work, Phonographs and Sewinpr \ Machine.8 Repaired + GAS ENGINE REPAIRING J Front Street, near Ball Park. Doupw ^ w WWV WW vw www www I <ai s ii pi \s Builders' Hardware Paints, Oils and Glass Gi 5 fa 5 fa 5 IE 1 5 Roofing fa Sash and Doors j| Carpenters' Tools a J 5 fa 5 Ready-Mixed House Paints IS" and Varnishes ^ JOHNSON'S WOOD DYES _ 1 li fa m 5 fa si fa 51 fa i 51 fa 5 |ra m 5 a 5 51 [a 5 fa si [a 5 raJ ii 1 51 Furniture a 5 p m l i 5 fa m 5 15 fa Electrical Goods Tinware, Graniteware Garden Tools JOAN FEDSI Front St. Douglas fa I.J.Sharick WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JEWELRY JUNEAU ALASKA THE Little Douglas Importers of the Famous Glendhue Scotch Whiskey Kentucky^Bonded Goods | Special Attention to Family Orders ll I Orders Promptly Delivered to all Parts of the City j"i iiEiiir ; M. S. HUDSON DOUGLAS, ALASKA JEWELER AND WATCHMAKER DOUGLAS - ALASKA Waltham, Elgin and Hamilton Watches Office & Mantel Clocks Big Ben and Baby Ben Alarm Clocks Jewelry in Solid Gold and Gold Filled A fine selection in Nug get Jewelry* Alaska Rings and Souvenir Spoons Shriner Buttons and 32 Deg. Masonic Charms CUT GLASS AND SILVERWARE Repairing a Specialty UNDER GUARANTEE We have a silent salesman at our store that sells nothing: but Sealshlpt Oysters ? the world's best. Come in atul see how it's done, and ask for a recipe booklet. It's free. Cougblin $ Dabi "SITKA HOT SPRINGS." Accom modations, 'American or European plan. For term9 apply to Dr. F. JL?. Goddard, Sanitarium, Alaska.