BIGGER AND BETTER -THE SECOND ANNUAL
Merchants Fair and Mayflower Carnival
ANOTHER WEEK OF FAST, FURIOUS FUN
DOUOLAS NATATORIUM COMING NEXT HONTH Every Evening from 7 to 12
The Douglas Island News.
THE LOCAL FIELD.
Juvenile Bostouiaus at the Lyric to
Men's hats and shirts ? a new and
com pie liue at Rogers*.
The Douglas Hardware store has j
moved to Front street.
Forty tons of water pipe arrived ou
the A1 Ki for A. Murray.
Joe Day came over from Tenakee last j
Saturday ou the Georgia.
Miss Violet Johnson left ou the Jef
ferson for her home at Sultau, Wash.
Absorbo Dusting Cloths, mops and
broom covers can be bought at Jen
For Sale ? A good second haud
Type Writer. Inquire at the News
Eight hour shifts in both the miues
and mills is making Douglas look
Dr. De Piperno R. Hector is a return- <
ing passenger on the Spokaue, bound
Baby carriages, sulkies, boys' express
wagons and boys' tricycles at Jeuseu's ?
Miss Nell McGill, of the Douglas
school, has gone to the States for her i
L. W. Kilburn has gone to Walla
Walla, Wash., to atteud the Odd Fel
lows' grand lodge.
Jeau Van deu Weyer returned ou the ;
Humboldt from a visit to his old home
across the big pond.
W. C. Boyd, a Douglas pioueer, is re- ,
turning via S. S. Spokaue from a long J
sojourn iu California.
Keep out the flies. Buy your window
screeus, screeu doors and wiudow
screening at Jenseu's.
BORN ? To Mr.aud Mrs. Johu Valesna,
on Monday, June 2nd, a girl. Dr. A.R.
Sargeant in attendance.
The Juvenile Bostoniaus will appear
at the Lyric theatre Weduesday, Thurs
day and Friday nights,
Fishing tackle, guus, tents and am
munition?largest stock iu town to
choose from ? at Jensen's.
The birth of a boy is reported at the
home of Mr. aud Mrs. James McKauna,
in Juueau, ou Saturday , May 31st.
Now is the time to paiut that old
building. Let Jenseu sell you the
paint because he carries a complete
If your clothes need repairing, clean
ing or pressing, call oo Anton Krasel,
next door to the cable office, Second
E. Babo, clerk at the Rexall Drug
store, wan called to San Fraucisco by a
cable announcing the serious illness of
J. M. Peterson, of the Huuter, left
last week for Portland, where he was
called by the serious illness of his
Jensen bas just received a big ship
ment of furniture, carpets and linoleum
which you should see before buying
Mrs. R. K. Hubbard and son, Teddy,
are coming home on the steamer City
of Seattle, which sails from Seattle
Mr. Colin M. Blain aud Deputy U. S.
Marshal Fel^ departed Suuday for
Portland, in charge of a patient for the j
Tex Zimmerman and Otto Rose have
dissolved partnership in the cigar bus
iness. Tex continues- the manufacture
of the famous Heury Clay.
The Humboldt came in Monday
evening with a heavy load of freight
and passengers. On her next trip
north she will be loaded with excur
Miss Aunie Thurlow, of Portland,
came north on the Humboldt to spend
the summer in Alaska. Miss Thurlow
was a resident of Juneau seven or eight
Mrs. Anton Liljestrand left for
Skagway on the Seattle last Saturday
for a visit with her daughter, Mrs.
Viotor Peterson. Miss Edna accom
TREAD WELL TOPICS
A. K. Smith, of the 240 mill, was a re
turning passenger ou the Jeffersou,
after a mouth's vacation to points on
Paul Westphial, who recent ly left for
the States, is now located at Telluride,
a mining district in Colorado.
Mrs. David Leggatt,of the Pines, left
on the Al Ki to joiu her husband, who
is at prereut in Vaucouver, B. C.
Alfred Dahl left for Fanshaw last
Mike Caiiaghy has gone to work at
the *240 mill.
Mr. aud Mrs. Wm. Robinson were
southbound passengers on the Al-Ki
for a visit with relatives in Canada.
Henry Vogt, of the carpenter force,
is making a flying busiuess trip to the
Sound via S. S. Seattle.
Mrs. Thos. Judson and children left
ou the Seattle Sunday, bound for Oak
Harbor, Wash., where they will spend
some time visiting at the home of Dave
Judson and family, formerly Island
Hugo Chillen is the latest victim of
the measles among the little I read well j
The Tread well school term ended last
Friday, after a most successful school |
year. Miss Werner, the teacher, will
leave soou for a vaoatiou in the States,
but will return in the fall, having been
Michael Mhzzco left on one of the ;
westward boats, bound for Chitina.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Petersou, of the
Piues, left ou the Al-Ki for Ketchikau.
Wm. Burke carried off tirst houors ;
in the handball tournameut which
took place at the Treadwell gym, end- 1
ing last week.
Joseph Arnold, who left for White- j
horse a few months ago, is agaiu a resi
dent of Douglas Island.
Andrew Thorkelsen has resigned his j
position ou the carpenter force, and
accompanied by his family will leave
soou for au extended trip to his old
home iu Norway.
R. H. Virch was a Treadwell bound
passenger ou the Humboldt and is em j
ployed at the Mexican.
Mrs. John D. Miller has been ou the j
sick list for the past week, but is now
ou the road to recovery.
Alex Morgau was a home-bound pas - j
senger ou the Jeffersou. Mr. Morgau j
was south on a short vacation.
The family of J. M. Gibeau were ar- j
rivals ou the Jeffersou to make their
home ou the Islaud. Mr. Gibeau has
charge of the diauioud drill at the j
R. E. Johns has resigned his position
at the Mexican and has goue across
the chauuel for employment.
Ralph Beifetline is now working ou
the carpeuter force for the Alaska
Juneau Miuing Co., and has taken up j
his residence in Juueau.
The Spokane, on her last trip before
the opening of the excursion season, is
due Friday. On her next trip she will
reach Treadwell at 11 a. m., June 26.
CJI uaKSIDB* ^-rtl
5uismn Oyster Syst^.
We have a silent salesman at our
?tore that sells nothing: but Sealshipt
Oysters? the world's best. Come in
and see how it's done, and ask for a
recipe booklet. Ifc's^free.
?ougblin $ Dabl
There will be a meeting of
the citizens of Douglas Island
at the Alaska Labor Union
Hall, Saturday, Tune 7th, at 9
o'clock p. m. to arrange for a
Fourth of July celebration on
M. J. O'Connor, Mayor.
Yesterday at noon, Aletba Evelyn,
beloved daughter of Charles Fe lister,
passed from this vale of tears, after an
illness lasting many weeks. Ller age
was eight years and one month.
Funeral services will be held at Odd
Fellows hall tomorrow (Thursday;
afternoon at 2 o'clock, Rev. Umstead
Many friends will mourn with the
devoted father and the little brother,
the untimely death of the sweet little
girl, who won the hearts of all who
Julius Jensen wishes to announce to
the public that they can pu chase
garbage cans for $3 providing orders
are placed on or before June 15, 1913.
This is a special price aud made only
on cans ordered on or before the date
Although the holding of public exer
cises was rlenied to Douglas on Me
tnorial Day, many people visited the
cemetery, carrying armsful of flowers,
aud there were very few graves that
were not covered with tokens of re
membrance. On the graves whe?e
soldiers lay small flags were added to
The Ladies' League of the Congrega
tional church will hold their uext meet
ing at the home of Mrs. J. N. Stoody at
the Pines, Treadwell, on Thursday af
ternoon if the weather proves favor
able. lu case of rain the meeting will
take place at the church parlors.
> Foreign and Domestic
? Woolens in Stock
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Importers of the Famous
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Kentucky Bonded Goods
Special Attention to Family ^Orders
Orders Promptly Delivered
to all Parts of the City
"THE LITTLE DOUGLAS"
M. S. HUDSON
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1 Fof Watch and Jewelry Repairing ?
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ALBIN BARITELLO, Proprietor
Best Grades Klines, Liquors, and Cigars
NO INFERIOR BRANDS
Family Trade Solicited Free Delivery FRONT ST., DOUGLAS
DOUGLAS - ALASKA
THE LATEST AND BEST
White and Gold
?HAVILAND & CO.'S
Ask for particulars
Sash and Doors
Paints, Oils and Glass
Ready-Mixed House Paints
JOHNSON'S WOOD DYES
Front St. * Douglas
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