THE DAILY ~3WT ALASKAN
CITV QFPIC1HL PHPER "
No. 27 VOL VII. 3KAGWAY, AL1SKA, THURSDAY M\R?fl 3, 1904 ' r PRICE 10 CENTS
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Princess May Lea?e8 >vif h
[Special Dispatch to Dailj Alaakan]
Vinouier, B C.. March 3 ? ThePrin
c-ss M?v sailed last night with 05 pa?
senge-s. Half of the paasengers are
bound for the new diirginjfs in the Al?
sek and Bullion districts.} aud the re
mainder for Port Simpson, |AtUn and
D*wson. The Prince-s has 100 tons of
freight, and seven horse* for Bullion
NeT Lace Curta<<ts at E. R Peoples'
The March Delineator, at Ladles
Clob Building in Seattle Set
[Special Dlapatch to Daily Albican ]
Seattle, March 3.? The new Rainier
club building burned this moi nin^ and
U a total loss. The Are was the work
of an incendiary. The loss was 330,000,
fully covered by insurance. The club
A young lady to wait on the table and
a boy to wash dishes. Apply at Goldeu
North restaurant. 3 3 tf
Fur coats at Clayson's.
the Cadks' Bazaar*!
L. A. HARRISON. M?r.
| lhis Is Our first Announcement of Our
SPtCIAl 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
Tam? that were now, 35c
" " K5c " 45
?' I 10 " 5-5
" 1 25 " 65
1 oO " 75
Soap for all purpose*
Perhaps there is no ariic'e for
toilet use which requires greater
care Id the selection than soap.
Unless its ingredients are pure it
causes much trouble to delicate
THE LINE OF SOAPS
handled here is the rtnest in the
city. Every cake of soap in it is
Our Benzo Dermal Toilet Soap
at 25c is especially adapted and
recommended for the Alaska cli
See our window.
Kelly 4 Co., Druggists
I SKAGWAY DAWSON NOME
IVour 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 iur storf
Talk doesn't do it The Clothes
Make It So.
J. fi. Clay$on $ Co,
Broadway & Fourth "Phoni 124
!PT. ARTHUR MAY BE WON
Persistent rumors from everywhere say
that Japanese have captured Russian
[Special Dispatch to the Daily Alaskan.]
Lordon, March 3. ? Persistent rumors that Port Arthur has fallen are coming from
all quarters, and they are furnishing the big stories for the early editions of the afternoon
papers. Thus far the papers hnve been unable to get a confirmation of the report from
the front. While all the papers without exception are featuring the reports, they are
handling the story with the greatest caution, and are careful to characterize the story as
baaed ou unconfirmed rumors.
PEOPLE KNOW NOTHING- OF WAR
(Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.)
Vancouver, B. C., March 8. ? The officers of the Trans -Pacific liner Empress of In
dia, which has Just arrived from Yokohama, says that it is absolutely impossible to get
any war news in Japan. They say the people know nothing of what is taking place on
the continent. All they can say is Japan is winning, and they have the government's
word for that. The government officials regularly give the assurance that "all's well."
The assurance is relied upon implicitly by the people. - j
CHINA MASSING TROOPS M FRONTIER
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan. J I
London, March 3? Reports from the far <*ast are to tlje effect that the Chinese are j
massing1 troops on the Manchurian frontier. 'I he movement Luis been in progress for some
time, hnt has become particularly noticeaoie our my J&L' ? ? ?
FRENCH ALARMED AT ACTION OF CHINA
(Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.)
New York, March 3? A dispatch from Paris says the French government is very
much exercised over the movement of Chinese troops to the Manchurian frontier. The
officials of the French government fear that Japan may follow the domination of Korea by
coaxing or forcing China to be the third party in a combination of the yellow peoples.
FRENCH REQUEST NEUTRALITY
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
Parii, March 3? The French minsster at Peking has been instructed to join with J
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1904 Diaries and valentines, at Fair
banks', Broadway. 2 7 tf
Corner Broadway and Third Avenue I
When You Want a Good Cigar
to Bullion Creek Mashers
We would like to figure with you on jour outbu.
Our price* are right, our goods are right and we
can and will put yonr goods up just right
All we ask is a show to figure with you :
and if you are from Missouri we will show you. No
outfit is too large and none too fmall to receive our
very best attention. We paid liberally to help
build the road from Whitehorae to Bullion and now
all we ask is a chance to figure with you and we
will show you we mean business.
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&f Gstu a^/icsles _ -Jr-dJty <u<nur- rr~L.e- n<dd /&?*/,
j?v7iAs c*/a?fy $M/^<rriy c/ea/^
THE ROSS-HIGKHNS CO. Sole Agents, Skagway and Juneau
Proposition to Protect Fur
C ' *
[Special Dispatch to Dally Alaskan]
Washington, March 3.? Aresoluilon
was Introduced in the United Sti.tes
senate today, directing the secretar . of
commerce and labor to suspend imn ed
lately and indefinitely the killing of fur
seals on the Prybiioff island*, Ala.' ka.
Ball* on Tim*
B- B Dunn, agent of the Canadian
Pacific Company, received a telegram
this morning, saying that the Prim ess
May sailed on time.
fashion plates for spring and sum
mer has jus*, been received.
Mauy Acivs Off red Public
[Special Dispatch to Daily Aiaakaa]
Denver, Col., March 3 ?More than
300,000 acres of land in Routt count/
was thrown open to the public today
Traiu In * Earlier
The Whitehorse train will arrtra
ab ut 7:30 o'clock this evening, not
withstanding a heavy gnow storm wm
raging most of the day.
The train arrived lait night at 11
When In Whitehorse 9top at the
Windsor, only tirst class house In town.
A select line of Waistings, the very latest
in Crepe cle Chene, Ponge and
New Liberty Silks, in Champagne
Biscuit, Blue Red and other col
Also a Fancy and Nobby Selection of:
, STOCKS. COLLARS, BELTS, &o.
Chealanders, fifth Avenue,
Whitehorse, Y. T.
Johnson & Johnston
W. UUflL ! oomi
No ( oal od the Pacific Coast
Lddysmith - Wellinqtoc
IT HOLDS FIRE
Makes LITTLE ASH
'?Ve have a large stock od hand of thia
ALL LUMPS, Bulk, delivered, fli 00
| DOUBLE SCRr.EKED, In sacks 13 ?
Shaw & Johnson
Phnno 11, Moore's Wharf.
10. A. GUILBAl'LT, Selling Agent
Snow Shoes, Sleds,
Dog Harness, &c.
I Dement & Gearharti
The Very Lasest Styles in Invitation
and Letter Paper just received
Olm. Britt, tbc Druggist
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