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THE DOUGLAS ISLAND NEWS
TONflASS LEADS OTHER FORESTS wiun<l plan >a th* Tonga* National Stnalaw. ?!?.?? I *3: CoItIII*. tl?. U.oto.95; I7.SU.-I* roTera timber trail dwjlopnn til within tht> for?-i tknaMlm. BOY DROWNED druwnc4 NEW PRINCIPAL HERE Gordon C. MUi-bell. who I* to act .ta principal or the Douftlaa City ichools for the com I n* terra, arrived !hrrc on the JcfTvnton to take up hla Mitchell ha* been stationed on tho battleahlp Idaho thla lumraer aa an onalfn. he beln* a member of the iLIKE OLD TIMES AT GATHERINGS Former Douglas Islanders Hold Re onions Recently at Seattle; Have Good Time former re-dent* of the 1*1 * nov n . Mr* Wllhclia Dorothy Holman, JUNEAU MERCHANT Ino^ thoroughly ?'! will no <l?tibt COMING HOME MIm Marlon Kelly, ?ft<>r h?*lnK >a?t teyral months. Is a returning tomorrow. BACK TO SEATTLE * '.he punt MVRral months. I For th? hxl and nulwl Job print ALLEN LEE SHOT LAST SATURDAY Allan K. Ijt. with two itoel-Jarkstcd ELMER E. SMITH AT HOME Sickness. Hr Returned to Alameda Sunday nntl badly bitten SSU wouM. ????. ..? wMrtot NEW PHYSICIANS NOW PRACTICING Dt.E.0. Rowley and Wife Here-Dr DeVighne in Charge for Tread well Company on account of -he r,?l*nat!on of IH \v S Hutherford new ,|, Trca.lwcll Company. .ii? *?rk ...II al !?r. VlBhneV o( cv,.,i, M>c. h?vio* 1 -on in , v,.,? unil hM .lrca.lv t?kon up , FAREWELL PARTY juemher of the Indue. I he Order of nt* Lunch nun nerved and Mr*. leave early in the week for Seattle, TAKE COURSE Mln Ida Swatiaon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Olof Swnniiou of Tread llerkeley. California, her former Job Printing at the Ncwc office. ICE CREAM eajLSJLammsins Try a Cooling Drink or have on Ice Cream Sundae or one of those "SPECIALS" Guy s Drug Store Third and D Donglas PIONEER FLYERS VISIT CHANNEL Monday and Tueiday Wai Aeroplane D?)' ? Old-Timeri and Children Get Excited " ???? 2:30 Monday afternoon When Ueut. Hon Kllpatrlck. pilot iiik plane No. 4 or the New York-to wltiKln* bi? way up tiaatlneau Cban > ork Timed, decorated with nay colored k| reamer*, addremed to Oov The plane wa* f nt nlghted from 111* lower Kront Rtrcet in Juneau the plane. Just nklmmln* hoiiMtopi and followed up llroailWH.v and over the White I>om on to WhltcttOTM. the All of flaatlneou Channel, from the lie machines In the flight between lav before they i ;> me. When the Old tinier* who had not been out "brill cries of welcome and the ae:i mouth, and from there to Nome, the CARD PARTY tahlcH of whlat In plav. The prize winner* wero: Mlwi May ("ashen and Olof Bradley, first: Mr.-. Jack Wilson and Michael Monaco. consoli'tlons. lunch, after which several raffle prlr-s from the last bazaar were (Clven out. Jack Artful I received a Urge embroidered dollle; Frank Pet Oaahen received an ebony toilet aet GONE TO TEACH Ml FX Ksther Oliver, after havlnif school at Kska, Alaska. HIGH MASON COMING James llowarth Bcgg, Most Wor H hi prill Grail)) Mini it or the Grand I.ihIkc. K. H A. M.. of Washington and Alusku. In duu on Uaiitlncau Channel Hhortly to pay official visits to the Juneau and Douglas lodges. Mr. Hegg, "ho lias been visiting Ma Konlc orders In Wesforu Alaska. If txpectcd to arrive on the Alameda early next week. TRAPS WRECKED IN GREAT STORM Many Thousand Dollars Damage Done to Fishing Gear in Ketchikan Section Klsh trap* In the vicinity of He*., i lilkaii wi re damaged to the extent of a quarter or a million dollars by riouthe i 'tern Alaska during the pant three days, In the opinion of local Iiaje W. Hunt, superintendent of the Sunny Point Parking Company. ?ald that the lows In Ash would iiiuouut to more than the trap loss. This would bring the total liny In Hie vicinity of Ketchlkau to more than a hair million dollars. With the coming or clear skies to lay, pile driver crews arc leaving i lie harbor to make repairs. In some uses, traps will be fishing again In i day or two. but several outflta ire known to have been a complete oxa and no attempt will be niado Several traps whtrh escaped scri ms damage arc reported to be so 'nil of kelp that It Is impossible to Ish them. It may take several days <i get the kelp and sea weed cleared Traps on the outside ure reported o lie filled to overflowing with flsh toVMitjr-fWe thousand flsh were left II Sunny I'olnt traps this morning, ifter all flsh that could lie handled >y the tender had been removed. Several traps have not been seen or several days, owing to the storm. and McKay have lost thvlr he location of the Alaska. Packers Tlin Sutniv Point trap at Ship isl n 1 wiis seriously damaged. A driver van sent there today, and it Is ex lected that it will lie in shape to The II llerginan trap at Seat bu; - reported to be a complete loss. The Davics-llartholqpiew trap nt Hraits Island is a total wreck and III not be reorfven, it Is said. The IicBiuialre Packing Company The Columbia Packing Company at Th- I lurk hardt trop north of Cape 'bacon Is reported to be badly torn. The McKcnzle-l'anp trap If re ported to have been stripped of gear. Clarence Payne's trap at Halibut :'rcck was damaged hut Is Ashing The Southern Alaska trap at Cape h'ox waa reported this afternoon to BUYS HOME Last Mondoy evening Tom New owner of the halibut boat Emm*. imrrhuiKMl tho W. Carlson horn un upper Third atreet and will re ildc there with his family In th future. Mr. ami Mrs. Carlson and trip baek to their old home in Sweden. ON VISIT Mrs Vletor A. Peterson and her on, Vletor. Jr.. arrived hero Sunday from Ketehfkan fcr a sh^rt visit with Mm. Peterson's sister. >frs. O. M. Olson, and family. MOVED Mr. and Mra. U W. Kllburn and family have moved Into the Mathls houto on D street recently purchased by Mr. Kllburn from Mr. and Mrs. BACK TO FARM fornterly of DoukIIi*. who have been llvln* at Seattle, have moved to their GOOD OFFER MADE TO FISH COMPANY City Council Act? Promptly to Try to Secure New Induitry for This City II. It. Snow, who has for some time been Investigating the feasibil ity of the establishment of a cold storage plant In Douglas und to that end made extensive surveys of the waterfront und Inquired Into land tltl ? . waited upon the Douglas city ouncll Monday evening to find out what Indii' omenta that body had to olTcr for such an enterprise. The city council Informed Mr. Snow that It would Rive him two blocks of waterfront property and bin company would be exempt from taxes for twenty year* Tba city I* securing options on the two blocks and when the company fulfills Its agareument will deed the property to them. ? According to Mr. Snow, th ecom puiiy that he hopes to Interest In the proposition Is tlx Kust Coast Fish Company, one of the largest in the country. They are not now Inter red on the I'm I (I. Coast, and if they ome h?r? they will make this their "Xclyslve headquarter* on the coast and will put up a very big play Mr. Snow, with his maps and all ilutu and notes secured from his In ligations both herq and in Ju neau. will leave soon for lloston to put the propoMtlon up the company. Not content with wrecking aban doned buildings, breaking windows and destroying property In general, local small bo)s seem to have become worse lately. They reecntly took a front of the Murray cottnges and hav? with their knives slashed the wrappings of other bundles. It Is <-*t limited that the lumber stolen could not be replaced for. uin or twelve dollars It I feared that If some of the youthful desperado* *s arc apprehended. some children and parents will find themselves In a -"?rlous predicament!) Mr. Murray, notwithstanding han dlcii|w, was abl "to ship n scow load of lie* tnd old lumber Wednesday, In ton of the Annie B.. Copt. Joe Ad tituson. to Sltku, here it will be nxod ill the erection of u residence on a lot owned by Mr. Murray there. Several other scow loads are to fol STEALING AGAIN TO SELL BUILDING Tin1 building known us the Thom as If 11 Mil In k. on ilii" corner of Third id II streets and now ix#iplcd by Guy I. Smith'* drug store, will be old liy marshal'* sale on Kept. 22. 1S2?. The reason for salo Is on ar ?'Oiint of a \ rlt of execiil Ion sued out of the district court in favor of the Khut Territorial Hank of Doug la ?< uxalnst the Alaska Furniture A ('udcrtaking Company. The com pany had failed 10 make payments on notes due and the mortgage held by the bank was foreclosed. FROM VACATION Arthur C. Olsin, of the Treadwell rture. returned from a nix-weeks' va ra! ion last Sunday, nfter having visited at lloonah, Tenakeo and Msl anskl straits, lie not only Jaizcd around having i Rood time but he iy? he |>r for a time at Llil ' n.sk i and came home with his pock ets full of ore samples. He has re sumed his position at the Treadwell -lore. VISIT TACOMA Mr and Mr*. Tom Nesa and chil dren will leave on the first available boat for the south and will stay for some time at their old home at Ta coma. They have property there that needs their attention, and will probably remain at Taroma until some repair work Is done on It. Mr. Ness has left his halibut boat Km ma In chart:e# of F.d Samuelson, who will use It for fishing until Mr. N'omi returns. FROM TENAKEE John Kcusl, local hardware' mer hnnt, and his daufttt'er. Bllzrbe'h. arc expected "back from Tenakeo to morrow oil the Karl M. They hive 1 ii on at the hoi .prlngs town for the iiaKt several weeks. 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