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Douglas Island Department
LODGE DIRECTORY AUw* Lodge No 1, 1. 0. 0. F. SIhIi every Wednesday ttnlni In Odd Fallows Hall Visiting brothers always welcoms. HANS LOKKEN. N. 0. U W. KILBl'HN. Rec. Sec. Aaron Encampment No. 1 Meets al Odd Fellows Hall first and third Mondays at 8 p. m Brothers of tht Royal Purple art cordially Invited. OIAS. W. TARTER. C. P. L. W KILBURN. Scribe. Northern Light Rebekah Lodge Ho. I Meets at Odd Fellows Hall second and fourth Thursdays Visitors are cordlalfy Invited . FRIEDA SWANSON. N. 0. JOtfEPHINE LANUSETH. Sec. DOUGLAS AERIE NO. 117 P. 0. E. Meets e*ery Krlday evening at 8 o'clock la (heir hall on Third Street. Visiting Brothers welcome. OTTO WIDEMANN. W. P. CAKL H. ER10K8ON. Secy. NEW ICECREAM 1 SPECIALS THEY'RE FINE? COME III AND TRY SOME Take Some Ice Cream Home; It's Great This Hot Weather 75c THE QUART Guy s Drug Store 3d and D St. Douglas. Alaska Free Floats Dong las City offers free floats to small boats and the protection of the best harbor on Gastinean Channel. PLENTY OF ROOM TO TIE UP DOUGLAS MERCHANTS GIVE YOU A SQUARE DEAL LAND AT THE CITY DOCK OUTING PARTY UP TAKU RIVER Several Men Hake Trip Up the Stream on Capt. R. J. Brown's Vessel B. M. Baruch. Jr.. and Jrfhn Mr Duffle. who have been guests at the home or P. It. Bradley or Treadwell tor several days, left on Capt. R. J. Brown's river boat Thursday for Taku river. They were accompanied by Tom Ryao aa guide. Other* In (he parly were Ed Andrews, photo grapher. and Walter Benson. Young Barucli, who Is the son or the tamous financier ot the same name, came to Alaska on a vacation trip, accompanied "by his college ehum. John McDulMe. and Henry Krum and W. W. Wren. The two itter men are mining engineers who are making an examination or the Alaska Juneau mine. Baruch and McDuffte are Juniors at Harvard University. The men will no doubt have a pleasant trip In the Taku river coun try. Tom Ryan, their guide, has been mining on some silver clalmn for a number of years and knows the country thoroughly. Kd. Andrews, the local photogra pher. is going for the purpose of taking pictures ot some or the scenic spots In the Taku valley. Ills pic tures ot glaciers and Alaskan scenery are In great demand all over the country and he hopes to get some vlewi from the Taku river district to sdd to his collection. Capt. Brown. In whose boat the trip Is being made. Is going to pros pect and will bring down with him a quantity ot silver ore to ship to the Selby smelter for a test. The men will be away tor a week or ten RICH QUAHTZ Chart? F Anderson returned here Wednesday. a(ter havinr been out o( the city (or acveral months, and brought bark with btm samples of gold quartx from a claim In which be nay* he ia interested. The claim ia aituated at Deep Bay. Portlock Harbor. Ohlchaguf inland. The quartx contains much free gold and panning* of the crushed rock also discloses considerable other min erals. The quartz strike in Peep Hay. It la claimed. Is a rich one as far as surface Indications go and quite a string of claims bare been staked by prospectors, among whom were Mr. Anderson. PICNIC The Douglas Island Woman's Club is to have a picnic at Lawson creek next Monday afternoon and evening If the weather Is favorable. The ladles of the club will go to the picnic grounds In the afternoon and the men folk will go out there for dinner In the evening. The arrangements (or the picnic were made at the meting of the club held a tthe home of Mrs. John Rich ards on Wednesday evening. IMPROVING FAST Otto Wldcmaan. Injured two weeks ago at Treadwell when he had the bone o( one o( his big toes (ractured. Is improving quite rapid ly from the acMdent and is now able to navigate with the aid o( a cane. EDISON LAMPS COFFEE PERCOLATORS WAFFLE IRONS CURLING IRONS TABLE LAMPS FLAT IRONS And Other Types of Electrical Appliances GUY'S DRUG STORE DOUGLAS AGENT ALASKA ELECTRIC LIGHT & POWER CO. ? TREADWELL MARKET WE CABBY ALL KINDS OF First Class Fresh Heats Also a Great Variety of Smoked Heats and Sausages The be?t grade* of HAMS AND BACONS Always on Hand FRESH VEGETABLES Fresh Salted and Smoked Fish Large Alaskan Crabs Fancy Cheese Assorted Pickles Cider and Vinegar in Bnlk Onr Market is Modern and Sanitary in Every Respect. Free Delivery at 10 a. m. every week day. Tonr patronage is appreciated Onr prices Are Bight PHONE? Treadwell 18 THE ALASKA TREADWELL COLD MINING GO. ISLAND PERSONALS ? ? Henry A. Dahl, formor Douglas business man. who ni visiting on tiaatlneau Channel last week, left (or bla home at Petersburg on the City of Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Conkel. who re cently moved from Thano to Doug las, are on an outing trip to Dear creek on their gas boat. Mrs. Wllllnm Shafer and chlldred. who have been living on the Shafer McWIIIIams ranch on Shelter Island all summer, have returned to their home here. Stanley Feuster and William Man ley have spent this week at Tenakee on a vacation trip. M. 8. Hudson, who has been visit ing at Sitka, returned to his home In Juneau on the Estebeth last Wed nesday. Mr. and Mrs. K. 8. Jewell and family, who for the past year have been living at Chichagof, returned to the Island last week. Mr. Jewel will in the future be employed on the <'haunol and his family will Ive in l KlllglUS. Tho children of the Catholic 8un ilay school enjoyed a picnic at L<aw soh creek last Tuesday. The affair was under the auspices of the Ladles Sodality of the Catholic church. Edward Mclntyre. who has been < tnployed in the company store at Chlchagof for the past six months, returned from that place lato last week. He was unable to secure ac < ommodutlons for his family at the mining camp and expects to be em ployed on the Channel. Rev. H. M. Mobbs. associate super intendent of the Washington Conrrt galiotial Conference. (? heldlng serv ices each night of the week at the Congregational church. Mr. and .Mm. Mobbs are living at the Kllburn residence In Douglas. Oscar Ohmun. oldtlme resident of Douglas and builder of Oilman's hall on Third street, was on the Admiral Watson early In the week going to Seattle. Mr. Obman is Interested In oil ' lalms near Cordova. Leonard Wright, wiio several years ago was employed at Tread well, was a passenger on the Northwestern early this week for Seattle. Mr. Wright has been working at Kenne ott. Mrs. W. W. Short 111 II. accompanied by her two sons, left late last week for her home at Tacoma. after hav ing visited for some time 'with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Richards, at Treadwell. Mrs. Matt Lalnnen and two chil dren left on, the Alameda early In the week for Kennecott, where Mr. Lalnnen Is employed. Nels Anderson, foreman of the Ready Bullion mine, has purchased the Salmonson house on Fourth Fourth street between Douglas and Treadwell, aud will move with his family soon from his former hotqc near the Ready Bullion. Mrs. Harry Kinney and two chil dren. of this city. left on the Jef ferson Thursday for Petersburg, where Mr. Kinney is employed. Frank Shaw, a local gas boat owner. Is confined to his home with a severe attack of rheumatism. Arthur Nelson, former Douglas High School student, Is now employ ed on the fishing boat Adler. Kd. McCormlck, who has been working at Chichagof, has returned !<> the Channel. APPLE CROP There Is a great crop of apples this -eason on the tree* In the Robertiion Karden on 8t. Ann avenue. One tree m particular la literally weighed <lown with i he fruit that has at i allied a fair alie. The tree* were planted more than i 17 years ago by Uustav Grundler vhen he owned that property. They ?lid not bear fruit for many yean .uln only In recent seasons have they started bearing. 1'rovlous to thli ' year there have not been cropa of .my slxc on them. Carl Jacobson JEWELRY AND WATCH ^REPAIRING O'Connor Building THIRD STREET DOUGLAS TOBACCO? CIGARS We carry the largest stock of Smoker*' Sundries on the Island. A large stock of Juno Bev erage and other soft drinks always on hand. BUTff POOL ROOM MIKE PU8ICH. Proprietor Front Street Douglas POPULAR EDUCATOR WARMLY WELCOMED Gordon C. Mitchell and Bride Given Great Reception When They Arrive at Douglas Perhaps never before la the his tory of Douglas baa there been such welcome accorded to a returning bridegroom as that rWon to Gordon C. Mitchell last Sunday night when he landed here from the steamer Jef ferson with his bride. Many mem bers of the high and grammar schools were on tbo .wharf and gave their school yells and many adults were there to extend a welcoming hand to the nowlyweds. Showers of rice added to the featlvitlea of the occasion. Mr. Mitchell was superintendent of the Douglns schools during last term and, was re-elected to the same lioaltlon for this year. He Is aa en .sign In the naval reserves and wait <>n the battleship Misctraip])! moxt of ? he summer, leaving the boat In time to make a short atopovrr at Seattle 10 get married before returning North. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell did aot re main here Sunday night but contin ued on the Jefferson to Skagway and returned Thursday. They will make their home In the Kllburn bourn.- on K street that has been fitted up for their reception. Mr. Mitchell la perhaps tho most popular superintendent of schools that Douglas ever had and he and his charming bride will be welcomed into the ranks of the married folks of Douglas Island. HAVE BANQUET A rlii km of six candidate* were In Inltlated Into Pomelos Aerie No. 117 at the meeting last Friday night. The Initiatory cerotnoaJes wero fol lowed with a banquet and speech* making. A dance for eagle* and their fam ilies la to be Riven early next month, according to plana now on foot. Harry Kahler has been appointed by the lodge to have chargo of arrange ments for the affair. PAINTS BOAT Tom Ness had his halibut fishing boat on the gridiron early this wek and repainted the vessel. Thla ia al ways a sure sign of rain, but the moisture held off until the Job was completed this time. ('apt. Ness has had hla boat laid up for the past several wceka, bul will resume flsblng as soon as the halibut market opens again, about September 1, after having been stagnant for some time. MOVE HOUSES A. Murray, Douglas pioneer, ar rived here several days ago on his boat Golden llule from Sitka. Mr. Murray, returns to tear down some more of his houses to take to Sitka. He Is pleased with business condi tions at the nU capital city. ? FAREWELL PARTY All the taral yojng folks who are to leave noon to take up their studies In various collect In the south are to be honored noxt woek with a party to bo held at the Eagles hall. The Jtffalr Is to be an Invitational one. i FISHERMAN BACK Alex Koberson, fprmor Douglas fcaxincs man, who Is now engaged in trolling for king salmon, came In this week with his boat, the Bono Dry, from the Ashing banks. Alex lias spent the season at Crawfish buy, and Is said to be "high man" among the power trailers In that section this season. NOTICE OF HEARINO FINAL ACCOUNT Id the llnltod States Commissioner's Court for Douglas Inland Pre cinct, Territory of Alaska. Dir. ? No. 1. In the Matter of the Estate of Victor Von Arx, deceased. Notice la hereby jtlvcn that John KcumI as administrator of the said estotu did on the 13th day of Au gust, 1921, file In the above entitled court his Anal account and report of his administration of said estate, and the bearing of the same has been set by said court for Saturday, the 22nd day of Octobor. 1921, at the hour of two o'clock p. m. at the court room of said court In the Henson Building In Douglas, Alaska, at which time and place all persons are required to file any objections they ni.iy have to said account and re port, and to show cause, if any thoy have, why said account and report hould not be allowed and settled. Dated this 13th day of August, 1921. . joiin raost Administrator. First publication August 20. 1921. Last publication Sept. 17, 1921. Kmployer ? "Did you notice that ad In this evening's paper, 'Ixsarn to Earn )2C a Week at Stenography?" Stenographer ? "Sure, but 1 wasn't Interested because 1 am getting that olready." Employer ? "Yea. but the ad said 'earn.' " ? Read The Stroller's Weekly. Are You on a Cash Do you pay all your bills with cash, and perhaps pay them twice? Do you argue and dispute over the amounts? Do you try to keep all such records in your mind? A checking account with this bank will eliminate all such troubles. Deposit your money here? pay your bills by check? that is the safest way? the modern way of doing business. Come in and let us start you. It's easy. THE FIRST TERRITORIAL BANK OF ALASKA A D. S. DEPOSITARY? PQSTAL SAVINGS ' NEW STYLE MIDDIES We have just received a special line of new style Middies? also Children's Dresses ? Underwear. Ladies' Silk Hose?Children's Stockings. Our line is complete ? new and up-to-date. F. A. J. GALLWAS GROCERIES, FURNISHINGS. NOTIONS, FISHERMEN'S SUPPLIES SOUR DOUGH NOTES Happening* on Donglai Island Twenty Yean Ago This Week From Newt Filet A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Mark Tatom. Mra. Anna llaqulst died, aged 24 years and K months. J. H. Kaymond dropped Into the News office and came across with a year's subscription. Jewelryman Kcmmls took down his awning for the purpose of get ting more light. Messrs. Hrown and Deming were ornamenting their premises on Shoe string avenue with a new picket fence. John Splckett of the Northern Motel, wss making a specialty of Sunday dinners which the public was learning, to appreciate. A nine-pound boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. John Uiughlin. Dan Veasle. who was referred to as being "good-natured," had re signed the position as wharfinger at Treadwell to take n position with the Treadwell Company. He waa succeeded on the wharf by William Stubblns, who had Just resigned the Douglas postmastership. John Davidson was In from Admir alty Island, where he had been cut ling logs. The steamer Islander was wreck ed off tho south end of Douglas 1*1 end and many conflicting stories were told as to the ca'ise of the dis aster. The News was of the opinion that "Thore were several thing's con nected with the" calamity to Indicate that all was not well." NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the United States Commissioner's Court, Territory of Alaska. Di vision Number One, Douglas Isl and Precinct ? In Probate. In the matter of the Kstate of Thomas Brown, deceased. Notice la hereby given by the un dersigned. adniinlitrator of (he es tate of Thomas Brown. deceased. to thn creditors of and all persons huv I life claims against the said dtcWMl, to exhibit them with the necessary voucher*, within six months aft< r the publication of this notice, to the executor of said estate, at his place of business at the First Territorial Bank in Douglas, Alaska. Hated at Douglas, Alaska, on this the 10th day ofAugust, 1921. JAMK8 CHRISTOK, Administrator of the estate of Thomas Brown, deceased. ( First publication August 20, 1921. Last publication September 3. 1921. THE "MATTER WITH AMERICA" Hardware Magazine: What's the matter with America these days? Too many diamonds? not enough alarm clpcka. Too many silk shirts-- not enough blue flannel ones. Too many pointed-toe shoes and not enough square-toed ones. Too many serge suits and not enough overalls. Too many decollette gownr irot enough aprons. Too many satin upholstered limou sines and not enough cows. Too many consumers and not enough producers. Too ' much oil stocks and not enough savings accounts. Too much envy of the results of hard work and too little desire to emulate It. Too many desiring short cuts to wealth and too few wiling to pay the price. Too much of the spirit of "get while the getting Is good" and not enough of the old-fashioned Chris tianity. Too much discontent that vents It self In mere complaining and too little real effort to remedy conditions. Fifteen Koomi Nicely Furniihed HOTEL HUNTER EMILIO UBERTI. Manner DAUBER SHOP IN CONNECTION FRONT STREET DOUGLAS, ALASKA Tobacco* Soft Drinks Pool and Bllllnrdi Phono 25 BIG SALE CONTINUES la addition to other goods on sale, we offer this week: LADIES' DUXBAK MIDDIES . Special, $2.00 SKIRTS Special, 2.50 HIKING TROUSERS 2.50 MEN'S DUXBAK PARTS, All Sixes 13.75 LACE, All Size* 3.75 KHAKI PANTS 1.75 LADIES' RAINCOATS PRICED AT 3.00 UP MEN'S KEN YON RAIN COATS BOYS' SCHOOL SUITS AND OVERCOATS? HALF PRICE CURTAIN SCRIMS ALL THE NEW COLOKINOS DRESS CORDUROYS PLAIN AND FANCY EFFECTS THIS WEEK-HALF PRICE CHILDREN'S HANDKERCHIEFS Rare bargain. Three in one box? Special, per box CHILDREN'S HOSE Special lot, per pair 10c 10c The Treadwell Store ALASKA TREADWELL GOLD MINING CO. MERCANTILE DEPT.