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Douglas Island Department
MASONS ENTERTAIN EASTERN STARS a few remarks pertaining to hlx flrat -tux-kin* bird." rame In fur hU ?hari> LODGE DIRECTORY Alaska Lodge Wo. 1. I. 0. 0. F. DOUGLAS F. 0. E. ISLAND PERSONALS -? TREADWELL MARKET AIND GROCERY E. WESCHENFELDER. ? Manager everything usually found in a First-Class Market STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES CANNED GOODS OF ALL VARIETIES FRESH VEGETABLES IN SEASON 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. THE FIRST TERRITORIAL !! BANK OF ALASKA D. S. DEPOSITARY? POSTAL SAVINGS ****** ++++++++ JUNEAU TEAM WI1?S nl?ht when the Juneau city flv, do the Itounlaa firemen In th< vary fut, but duo lo the lark of ron tlnuou, training the local boys rould WAS FIELD NIGHT AT DOUGLAS A.N.B. HALL th. erenlnf: Keferee. Tom MacDon ,J /?? ,*ck w,,,on ?f *>???? tween Henry bhlkawa of Juneau. < nahen. 105 pounda. and John Hob Geor*e Valaaon. 124 pounda. of Pounda. of the A. N. |i the ?<>n. Uo |.oun<K of Hon,. c? , one that the average n*ht fan de break with Rudolph In the opening arrap pro. oedad. Th. J.maau bo, ? and JefT Anderaon, 152 pound*. ,.f Carl Jacobson JEWELRY AND WATCH REPAIRING THIRD STREET DOUGLAS At Guy s Store IS THE PLACE TO BUY DRUGS NOTIONS CIGARS CANDY STATIONERY Perfumes, Druggists Sundries Combs, Brushes, Etc., Papers, Magazines, School Supplies Guy s Drug Store 3d and D St. Douglas, Alaska Free Floats Dougla* City offer* free float! to imall boat* and the proteciton of the bett harbor on Gattineau Channel. PLENTY OF BOOM TO TIE UP DOUGLAS MERCHANTS GIVE YOU A SQUARE DEAL LAND AT THE CITY DOCK Douglas High School News DO YOUR BIT crcr put out by the D. H. S. -WHAT HAPPENED TO JONES 1" tlcally every noon and evening, t tic JUNIOR REPORT a m^sion of court In Junenu. us by SOPHOMORE ipeech ha? been memorized, and we High School the Sophomore* have all to be the best. It wa? written by original. One day last week each member brought In a colored plc pear's playa. Thoy are now on the wall and make our English room look In Geometry we are In Book IV., studying nreux. Cardboard construc tions of the some of the ruin (or urea have been made and pasted In our notebook*. Everyonce In a been finished yet. During the week poleon and compared him with other present. Mr. Rowley has made our points In the characters of different men. and pointing out all those of Napoleon (and ours, too). We are studying the subjunctive mood In Latin I. It Is very easy for us, as we are past the hardest part. Wo are also translating the slory of I,. Publius Lentubis. It is interest Senior play, as we have Ave sopho mores In It. They are all proud of the fact that they can represent their class so well. !iy knowing that our classmates are In It. we feel assured that .the play will be a success with two flno classes combined FRESHMAN REPORT Last week the Domeitlc Science Clara served a dinner. The girls took the following parts in It: Una Crowe, hostess: Emma Garn. wait ress; Elsfe Edmlslon, chief rook; Edwlna Martinson, assistant cook. The menu consisted of; Bullion Iloast Beef Mushed Potatoes Browned CrrroU Baking Powder Biscuits Vegetable Salad Cheese Straws Ice Cream Cake* Coffee Felix Gray. Mr. and Mrs. I). II Chris toe, Mr. ind Mrs. l>. W. Klllmrn. Miss Una Crowe. Miss Gladys Pcter Tho General Science class lias hoen cells such as the Danlells Gravity Cell Nos. I and 2. Leclanche coll and are now studying the different parts of a telephone. English I. has finished reading Dickens' "David Copperfleld." Tests on the book proved very ?utlsfactory They are now taking up Shakespear'a Ancient History class Is nearlng the end of textbook. GOSSIP play so strenuously that they broke the magtxlue stand In Room S. We wish they would study their lesson^ as hard. in the English room teem to be broken. It gives the Mantial Train - The High School boys are going on a strike becausc after every pliiv practice the piano has to bo moved into the assembly The boys < lalm it's hard work. Wo wonder If it Is. and Senior girls are Jumping rope. Why? 80 they'll get somo physical The French class has learnrd its Isn't as hard as wo anticipated. The Nine Oracea. one of the Girl the I) 0. W. A. next 8undny to the "ditch." If the weather permit" Miss Hayner had charge of the Junior and Senior assembly while Mr. Mitchell look Mr. Rowley's place during the lattor'a brief absence. Congratulations. Mr. Rowley. Alfred Hewitt, our editor, resign ed Ills position this week. A meet ing of the Student Body was called and It was decided that each class the paper. Each class elects Its ed itor for that week and they write the news up. Vfo began with the Freshmen and they havo the respon sibility in their hands. But e:ich class In to write any news itom they know of. or whatever they're asked to write. "Oh Joy" or "Why did I como to school thi| morning?" were the ex pressions heard when the pupils Seward's Day. and the entire school had a holiday. FOR PRINCE RUPERT. VAN DAVE EVANS. Agent, Thane EXCHANGE NOTES "The Ttinxls," Wlndiior, Conn. There wan an Interesting article by James A. Nlcholl, a former member of I). II H. faculty. Mr. NlchoU graduated from Windsor High School In 1'JlC. I^etten written by him on his way to Point Harrow appAr ed In thla Issue. He and hla wife left Seattle July 9 on the B. 8. Vic toria, bound for Nome, taking with thriii a year'* supplies. At Nome they boarded the U. 8. revenue cutter Bear for Barrow, the ex term' north ern point of Alaaka. According to Mr. Nichols. tho Ksklmos are a Ane people to work among. They are friendly, truat worthy and hard-work ing. and are responsive to kindness and Interoat taken In them All along the way up, when the Bear would atop at aome town tho natlvea would come aboard, amlle In a moat friendly way and shake hands with everyone. At Kotxebue he had hla drat ride In a kyak, the small Kskl nio skin boat. X sailor from the Hear and Mr. Ward had both tried It and both had spilled In the water. Mr. Nlchola won a lino goosn dinner l>y not tipping out. He aald they nre the trickiest things he ever has been In, and in comparison to an old town canoe, the latter feel like a wow. Yet the natives handle them in the roughest kind of weather. They only get three winter malls; the Drat gets there about Chrlatmas time, another In February and one in March. Mr. Nichols 1> In charge of the post office and Ik also teach "Nenana School Star," Franklin K. I. .me lllgh School. Nenant, Alas ka. Is a small monthly paper Issued by the students of the F. K. Lano High School. A. B. Phillips, a for mer teacher of Juneau is superinten dent. The business manager must a wide-awake person. They had a clipping from The Stroller's Week ly that the "Tardy cases bother Douglas." They also bother Frank lin K. I.ane High School. "The Talisman." B. H. 8., Seattle. Wash. The editorials are very good. The editor was asked to come down to Salt Lake City. Utah, and help them publish a school paper like the "Talisman," "The Kh Kah Nam." Walla Walla. Wash. This Is one of th? most at tractive exchanges rocelved this The absent list In the Junior ami Senior assembly la decreasing Keep up the Rood record and let'* make our percentage of attendance the highest the coming six weeks. What? Roll nocks? But It Isn't the girls till* time. Styles change, no i he boy* have begun the (ad of rolling their socki. Just think! Next week we'll be enrolled as National Olrl Scouts of the United 8tates. The tenderfoot test was given Friday afternoon at 3:30 in the assembly. \ Since the day* have been beauti f'll (he grade and (he High School hoys have been taking advantage of It and playing catch on (he ichool grounds. There are a number of good baseball players In High School. 80 coma on, boya. and or ganlie a (earn. The girls' basketball practice will be reaumed next week preparatory (o (be "big meet" on the la( of May. SOUR DOUGH NOTES Happening! on Douglai Iiland Twenty Yean Ago This Week From Newi Filei The election which took place on April lit reaulted In (be proposition (o Incorporate (be (own of Douglas carrying by a voto of 1 68 (o 70. The membera of (be flrat aldsrmanlc board, chosen at (be aamo time, were D. F. Kelly. Martin Olaon. Chaa. A. Hopp, Abner Murray, P. II. Fox, Oacar Ohman and Frank Bach. Those composing the achool board were F. A. J. Qallwaa, Nick King and T. F. Burns. Itlchard McCormick waa on the sick llal and J. K. Clarke and L. R. Raymond added their names to (be News aubacrlpdon Hat. Dr. Lapsley received word of (he dea(h of hla fa t her. The defeated candidate* In the cl(y election aeemed to be (he ones most pleaaed. A burning chimney at the Owl rcatauran( waa (he most evening feature of elecdon day. Tho Juneau Ferry and N'av cation Company began the erectlor of a now waldng room on (he Djugla* wharf. Klchard Ilarrett left for California for hla heaUh. Leonard, aon of Mr. and Mra. U Raymond, died of dlphlherla. Oeorge Bach waa In (own from Limestone Point. Jim Smith and Clark S'encer, well known prospectors, were ?'rown ed when a small boa( capsiud. Mrs. J. N. sii.ndy of Trcadw?ll en (erialned a large par(y of bo(h ladles and gendemen who played games and guessed riddles and, Incidentally, partook of elegan( refreshments. Del Adelphla, (he cowboy mag ician, comple(ed an engagem<>n( a( (he Douglas Opera House. Easier hats had appeared and (here waa among (he ladies of (he Island a burning ? nay. an all con suming yearning ? desire (o know bow much (heir neighbors' hala cos(. DOUGLAS CATHOLIC CHURCH 9:30 a. m. ? Mans and Instruction, followed by Sunday ichool. 7:30 p m. ? Rogary, Instruction and benediction. In the absence of the pastor. Bish op Crlmont will hold tho serrlces. SITKA HOT SPRNIGS Visit Dr. F. L. Goddard's fumoui Sanitarium, where there Is every comfort. Rate* S3 per day and up. The waters of the Sitka Hot Spring* are Hfe-RiTlnR and health-preserving. Fifteen Roomi Nicely Farniihed HOTEL HUNTER EMILIO UBERTI, Manner BAIIOER 8HOP IN CONNECTION FRONT STREET DOUGLAS, ALASKA Tobaccos Soft Drink* Pool and Billiard! Pbone 25 mu I w Just Received Fine Line of Spring Samples for Men's Tailor-Made Suits Perfect Fit Guaranteed F. A. J. 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