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THE DAILY ALASKAN
GITV QF=F=ICI7=EL. PH PER
SKAGWAY, ALASKA, TUESDAY MABCH 1, 1904 PRICE 10 CENT8
Knglttml Hii<l Spuu Agree to
A bit rat ion Treaty
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan]
London. March 1 ?The Arbitration
treat? between Great Britain acJ
Spain w?.-, M^ned here on Saturday
l'uder the provisions of the treat}
any differences that may hereafter
arise between the countries will be sub
mitted to court of arbitration for ad
New Lace Curtails at K. K Peoples'
The March Delineator, at Ladies '
No More Passeuger Traiu
For l'ort Arthur
[(.peclal Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
Paris, '.March 1? Telegraphing under
date of February 29, the Matin'? corre
spondent at Harbin says the last pas
senger train to be sent southward over
the Trans-Siberian railway left Harbhi
yesterday. Henceforth all mail and *
passenger cars tor Port Arthur will be
uttached to military trains.
Good B?er Cheap
Lemp's St. Louis beer. J3.00 per dox
?n, delivered. Idaho Liquor House,
igents. Phone 59 tf
'"Che Codies' Bazaar*'
L. A HARRISON. Mgr.
I his Is Our First Announcement ot Our
SPtCUL SALE for March
THIS WEEK. Wool Waistings. Challis. .
Metal and Persian Velvets at 25
(Per Cent. Discount
Ribbon Plain and Fancy. Satin Liberty
at HALF PRICE
Soap for all purposes
Perhaps there is no artic'e fur
toilet us'1 which requires greater
care in the selection than soap.
Unless its ingredients are pure it
causes much trouble to delicate
THE LINE OF SOAPS
handled here is the finest in the
city. Kvery cake of soap in it is >
Our Itenzo Dermal Toilet Soap \
at i>c is especially adapted and
recommended for the Alaska cli- .
See our window.
Kelly 4 Co., Druggists
SKAGWAY DAWSON NOME
I your money * *
You can throw
your money in the
air anywhere in
It may land
on a pretty fair
But Mr. Nobby
Dresser, there is
one place it will
land on the
and that spot is otir store.
Talk doesn't do it The Clothes
~ Hood Tailored J
Make It So.
J. fi. Clayson $ Co.
Broadway & Fourth Thorn 124 1
Fire Causes loss of fourteen Lives on
Big Steamship Queen
(Special Dispatch to Dail Alaskan.) 1
Port Townsend. March 1 ? After suffering the most harrowing experience from fire '
and storm the steamship Queen put in here to repoit the loss of fifteen'" lives; The first
class passengers dead are:
Miss "isteiner, Clallam. Wash., drowned. 6
Mrs. AdumsDix, exposure.
D. Newsberry, Texas. a
S. Buckley, drowned, and nine of the crew.
About 3:50 on Saturday Morning-, oft
the mouth of Columbia river, fire started
in a saloon cabin, cause unknown The
Sre soon enveloped the whole ship,
rhe heavy seas means death to any per
son sent off in the boats. The flames
t>ecame more threatening until it
ieemed a choice of death by fire or
Irowning. Life boats wet* manned
?nd launched and a number of women
ant children were lowered htothem. asked her to stand by till repairs
They were hardly cast loo??fchen two were made. The Queen cootin
of them capsized. The passt.tfers and ued to the mouth of the
crew, who r\mained aboard,^intinued Columbia river, and found the bar
to|tight the flunes and at 7:4''.. m. the toe rough to cross. Then she pointed
blaze was undei control, he boats to Puget sound and when she rounded
were then recalled. The Q'een then Cape Flattery a terrific electrical storm
headed south and at 9 o 'loci), he tight- was encountered and the gale weather
ed the steamship Sant*. tynica and ed with difficulty.
JAPS WIN AGAIN
bleets or jap&x* J-bU-kDOlCl
gether again in Yellow
ships of the latter suffer severe.11 e
(Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.)
Tckio, March 1 ? One of the fiercest naval engagements of the war was fougu
tween the Japanese fleet on the one hand, and the Russian fleet and the land batteries M,
the other off Port Arthur yesterday afternoon. The Russians were worsted, losing a tor
pedo boat and sustaining damages to other ships.
DETAILS OF THE BATTLE
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan, j
London, March 1 ? A dispatch to the Daily Telegraph from Yang Kow, dated
February 29 says: ? Fifteen Japanese war ships furiously bombarded Port Arthur from
ten o'clock this morning until two this afternoon. The Russian cruisers Askold, Bayan
and Novik, accompanied by four teredo boats steamed out to meet the attack, they were,
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1904 Diaries and valentines, at Falr
banKs', Broadway. 2 ? tf
Comer Broadway and Third Avenue
It It It t
Manuel lopez Cigar
to Bullion Creek Mushers
We would like to figure with you on your outfits.
Our prices are right, our goods are right and we
can and will put yonr goods up just right.
All we ask is a show lo figure with you :
and If you are from Missouri we will show you. No
outfit is too large and none too small to receive our
very best attontion. We paid liberally to help
build the road from Whitehorse to Bullion and now
all we ask is a chance to flgire with yon and we
will show you we mean business.
'lypu d<m'f -/mls ctt -n/
4^nJjL<&4 4j/0-Us 'bteds &z?/Q $)?4ifsrny_
THE ROSS-HIO-GIN8 CO. Sole Agents, Ska^way and Juneau
Germans Engaged With Na
tives in South Africi
[Special Dispatch to Dally Alaskan]
Berlin, Mar. 1 ?Colonel Lelutwein,
governor of Mormon, Southwest Afri
ca, has telegraphed the war depart
ment that Major Eeterhoff's column on
February 25 was engaged in a 10 hours'
Bght with the Hereros, but the Hereros
held their position and the Germans
aad to retire.
Mathalsta Will M..t
The Ladies Aid of the Methodist ]
:hurch will meet with Mrs. Murchi- ! |
on tomorrow afternoon a'. 2;30 o'clock I '
Good M.. p i h ??
Lemp's St. Louis b<v>r. per <l?i / I
n, delivered. Idaho Liquor Ho |
trenui. Phone 58. if
Noting Coibftt Becomes
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
San Francisco, Mar. 1.? Young Cor
bett, of Denver, won from Dave Sulli
van last night in the 11th of the 20
rounds which were scheduled. The
fight was for the world's champir ' 7\ p
of the lightweight class, and at
more interest than any battle since
Corbett won the champanionship of hit
Corbett left the ring without s
scratch, while the fact that the referee
ttopped the fight was the only thing
'.hat saved Su livan's face from being
joundod to a pu p.
E. K. PcopU- is showing a fine new
it-- ?( :? <? urn moulding Send your
- ill i - fur framing, cost a mere
A select lin^ of Waistings. the v* ry latest
in Crepe c e Ohene. Po g ani
New Liber: y ? i . o. iu Champagne
Biscuit, Blue Rnd an - th^r col
Also a Fancy and Nobby elecu n f:
STOCKS, C LLARS, BELTS. &c.
Chealander* .fifth Avenue, I
ink N. Johnson ? J. O. Johnston
^se, Y. T.
lohnson & Johnston
No Coal on the Pacific Ooaat
I adysmitlfi - Wellington
IT HOLDS FIRE
Vlakes LITTLE ASH
have a large stock on hand of tht*
LUMPS, Bulk, delivered, |1) M
SCR i. EN ED, in sacks It 0#
1, Moore's Wharf.
Dog Harness, &c/\
I Dement & Gearhartl
The Very Lasest Styles in Invitation
and Letter Paper just received
mm. Britt, the Druggist