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Regular Meeting of Fire De partment Saturday The regular monthly meeting ol thx dkagway Fire Department will take place next Saturday night. It is ?aitl that there will be seTeral Dew proposi tions submitted to the meeting (or con sideration. audit is desired that the at tendance be large. (jlltS SOilM L. M. W*st Luav*8 for Wifj'i Siokbe I L. M. West, a^ent of the Pacific Coast Steamship Company, la a south bound passenger on the Dolphin, mak ing all possible haste to reach the sick bed of Mr*. West. He reoei??d ? gram last night from Mrs. West'* mother stating that the former wa? aer.oDs y ill and that the physician In charge of the case had diagnosis**) it as apj-en ..cii The telegram stated, further, that an operation wat ta be informed at 7 o'clock last night. Mn. West's condition shall per met. Mr West expects to return on the next '.rip of the Cottage City. Eika MnUh There * a meeting of Skagwav No 431. Benevoleoi and Protec tivtOrd- ? of Elks, at their hall. Thurs day. . March 3, at 3 p.in. All" ?iaitinjr i k.*? art- invited to attend. b A. Ml'HPHl, Sec'j. i ?-w: ? r: a. : at People*. rant or sale. : UMMOXS i OR PUBLICATIOH No 2?. the t ite' ^t?te* District Court, for the Dtv . : f Alaska, Dtvisi#B No. 1 M \ VB. S. Wallace Mil defendant 1 . ? > . ? a; lace M.x.d ndect; Greeting: lu t: nan ? i the United States of America. V : a :.*?:? b o :? inM&diHl to be and appear in . etftn:: eUa urt, holuen At bkagway In v*;ddt "Nsk.'l .1 >'r;ct aud answer the in the above ea iflav: a w.rbiu t: irtv dajs from the dale f it service uf ?. ; > ?uma?o* and a copy of n- ^.td oom plaint npon you. and if you fail a o ?r uud eua*er, tor want thereof the '*i ' w... apHP- ?."the court for Ihe relief da ^odrd in sai i complaint a copy of which it > creed herewith Th;? at-tioa u brucgfct for tlM dwtatta of the bondeof matriraone not exiiitm? between plaintiff and defendant The ground a.:eaeO la f? r habitual druate* ie*a for uore than ihrea tear* laat paeaei. The service of thin lummoQH wa* rtlxeeW to v ?? u it- by pubikattuu for >u week* In the Pali> Alaakan. at Skagvay Alalia by order of tte co in dated February 16. i9M. The flmt uU.aiion u be made the 4th day of Kehru - ?ry. .**. \aArou, the i'uircd >tatea Marshal of Dle 4 Aiafca. a^Mj :aake aarrloe of nun.ru ns upon me safct daiandaat a* by ?*w required a:.: you ?:ll i.aie dna return hereof it- the clerk of the oturi within, lortr daynfroi he nef delivery to you with an - !oraexea? he; a 1 1 r ir doings In thepreB . .. v*r ? ? ? \% nere< i I ha?* hereto ?e: ay hand and affixed the seal of the above court this M d*y of February. l*M. >?AL W.J. HiUs. Clerk. By M H. McLailaa, Bepaty . N WSlooxeo, Complainant* Attorney. IUMMOHS fOR PUBLICATION No. 114 Ia tbt t'nited Stales District Com: for tfcs Bl? :-ic? of Aissla. DMakJ* No. 1. Henry v.* Bovmsa, j .amoJf -a. Robert C. Alien, \!rn Robert v. Allen, wbom tros Cbria tun name ia unknown: Hiue! Aileu, Jisrolhy ? en lrr;ie Auvn sa?> Pamela A-1?,U# lstter f .rb< jg minor h .r? of Rubvrt C. Aura and ?In Ko' . rt C. Alien G. Allen. I B?w : anl Moore and Mlnn.e Moor* wit* of thsasid >? rn*rd l crtr C. H. Wilkiaaoa and the A itkac ? v .- :.wr>?ra Ismtodaa Tradlac Compauy, a corporation, defendants In tLe cac;e of (he I'u ted Mates of Arnarles v..?n,wb(.?seirue hn?: .u B i: .e la tuiknowo hi sxel Allen. Dor \Uva :-ene Allen arid Pamela Allen, tfao - it : ciag tain r heirs of Robert C. A ilea \ .f.rgs G A lira J. i v, nsu Minn:* Moore, wife of the fcui-l ' Bernard Moore C. H. WHfcrasoa and ttor v . 1'Ik'i A Nor bwfSU'rn Territories lrsdiaf Company , a corpo ration. defendants. '?renting; au order ba?la* on :h*4tbdsyof - ttflKBti Mdl that asr hrrein be ma Is upon the de - Hasel Aklea, Dorolb| Allen, lreaa a uL -uaeU Ai.*u Rotxrl l. Alien aud rg v. A-iea. t?? -uMicatloa ifcereof ia the | Mi ; ' suil and pot a; S*a?way. Al?*>*> aafd srderkaelnf ie\u ->ai a the affidavit of HvnryC. low o n and the rvtara of '.he martial <s the ? . u: : ? herein. i ? -e. You the aald la?: named Itftt '. ' ^ i ea? a of ? u are hereby commanded to . . ?:. ! *; J enr ;:i the shoes entitled cosri, bold* f i a No. I. sad sa iht at riled against you ia ths ? c e -1 . ;ion within thirty (H?) dsys la ' Krbruarv. 1904; . I - bafcug the d*:e of tiie .sat P . ? ??. *revf, and ir you fail loao nopear the plalntlf will ? Kaaiifl in , .t -t. . for the aDp Intiag of a ilr.cDi :r ih?- defeudaniv Robert C H,vf \ >-i:. I>orothe Alien. Irene Allea partition of the a i ? i jt number aeten i7) S - ' -.be wes: one v"i, all la btucktwes I mas, ot if partition -...?thereof, and dl \ - r lis ct*v> ? ..rding ix> ths interest erels asd for aach e a* to vbscoart aSail ??<-e 4 . aud '.La: pismtilt have .udgaient for e a herein expended, a Hr ws . ? sf tj at" ?sa*u.?dci .rv and aesl thereo! aSxad a'. J ? : r?. esu A Ictks. tula 4th day of Isnssr? , l?M ? oart Sea W.J. HILLS. CM. Fret CsatertiDsily A free concert is g :een at the fclaMet saloon eeery afternoon and eimim*. All he i?test ?ong? *?d kin. Ii i? w?nh hearinf. A do? luncb and . ?ri? kImm *'< lUiuier beer, ?t cko Seattle *m tfm? ?* ALL COME Kirmse Will Serve Refresh ments Saturday A feature of the receptiou at the jew elry store of H. D. Hirnise Saturday, will be the refreshments, far. Kirmse will serve hot coffee and cake to those who shall call and inspect the store and the Roods. This will be in addition to the souvenir that will be presented to ?very lady who shall call daring the day. INLAND WEATHER The condition of the weather in the Interior today, as indicated by the dispatches received at the Skagway offices of the W. P. A Y. R? was as follows: Atlin ? Cloudy, north wind, 5 below. Ogilvie? Clear, calm, 36 below. Fortymile ? Clear, calm, 24 below. Dawson ? Clear, calm, 32 below. Stewart ? Cloudy, north wind, 41 be low. Selwyn? Cloudy, north wind, 46 be* I low. 8elkIrk?Clear, calm, 31 below. Yukon Crossing ? Clear, north wind, 14 below. 1 Big Salmon? Snowing, cloudy, 15 be ! '.ow Hootalinqua? Clear, calm, 5 below. Lower La L<arge? Cloudy, north wind, below. Whitehcrse? Clear, calm, 18 below. Cowley? Cloudy, calm, 15 below. Caribou? Cloudy, light north wir.d, 4 below. ? Pennington? Cloudy, light north wind, 5 below. B< nnett- Cloudy north wind, snow ing, 2 below. Log Cabin? Snowing, calm, 3 below. ft??er? Snow log, calm. 3 below. White Pass -Cloudy, strong north wind, 0. | Ulacier ? Cloudy, calm, t> above. Haw Eagland Brtikfut Oodflsh halls. waffles and Mrs Evans' famous brown bread and Boston baked beans, the kind that were served at the A B. banquet, be served at the Golden North Dinning lloom every ;~unday morning from 8 to 12 in. The Colored Trio For parties and e ntertainments hire Gibson, Payne .? Gibs m. All the lat ent coon songs in rag time. Buck and wing dancing by Mrs, Gibson. Prices reasonable. Address, Golden North Hotel. 2-26. lm At tk* PmUiob The Pantheon has ust received a large consignment of Hermitage whis kies, rye and bourbon. This is the fin est brand of whisky ever brought to Sfcagwav. Try It. tf Fori Rent Fw Rent Cheap? Two elegant fur nished cottages, within two blocks of aehoolhouse. Injuireat the sikagway Laundry. 10-11-tf Suits 136.00 and pants *10 00 at F. Wolland, merchant tailor. A fine lunch and a large glass of Rainier beer, at the Seattle iatoon for 10 cents. tf Notle* Forfeiture To all persons inter* s'.t-d in the SKag way Chief. You are hereby notified that 1 have expended f 100 in labor upon the Skag way Chief lode, about two miles north of the town of J'kagway, on the ea>t side of the Skagway river, in order to hold said premise* unuer the provision of "Section 23-4, Revised Statutes of l nited states, being the amount required to hold the same for \ car ending liHKJ, and if within ninety days after this notice youf .il to contribute your proportion of auch expenditure as a co-owner, vour Interest in said claim will become the property of the subeeribcT under said Section 23-4. E. MAHKK. Date of first publication Jan. V. Heavyweight uisters at Cayson & Co. 'a. GETS MORE W. P. & Y, B. Reeeiies Hor ses for Winter Service The W. P. A Y. R. received 20 hor ses on the Dolphin for use on the trail between Whitehorse and Dawson. Dr. C'outts, the assixAnt superintendent god chief veternary of the W. P. 4 V. R. winter service, is in ckarge of the hor ses and will take them to White horse tomorrow. He purchased the horses in_ the state*. PERSONAL MENTION Mr. and Mrs Henry Shattuck, of Ju neau, arrived on the Dolphin. The; are at the Fifth Avenue and will re turn to Juneau on the Georgia tomor row morning. Mr. Shattuck is Juneau agent for the Alaska Sieamship Com pany. Mrs. F. W. Clayton, whose husband was for many years secretary of the Dawson board of trade and who was connected with the American consulate at Dawson, arrived on the train last night and went south on the Dolphin. Mr*. J. A. Jaekson, whoae husband Is manager of tho store of the N. A. T. & T. Co at Grand Forks, with her daugh ter. arrived on the train last night and registered at the Fifth Avenue hotel. A. A. Mitchell and R. H. Milrain, two well known Klondike mining men, arrived on the Dolphin and will leave on the White Pass stage fer Dawson, Saturday. Dr. and Mrs. G. H. Miller arrived on the Dolphin on their way to Bullion creek. They brought horses with which to take their outfit to the new digging*. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Palmer arrived on the train from Dawaoo last night, and registered at the Golden North Mr. Palmer is a Dawson merchant. E. B. Marsh, who is connected with W. M. Fitzhugh Ui the Seventymlle hydraulic syndicate, is at the Fifth Avenue hotel, having arrived on the Dolphin. David Ha.ttie, the Atlin hotel man, arrived from Juneau on the Dolphin and registered at the Fifth Avenue ho tel. T. G. Wilson, the Dawson merchant arrived on the train last night, and went south on the Dolphin. C. E. Hooker, the well known trav elling salesman arrived on the Dol phin. E. B. Barteau, the White Pass tele graph operator, returned on the Dol phin. Miss Lucy Doncaster, daughter of Mrs. Luke McGrath, arrived on the 1 Dolphin. Miss Rachel Pyelland arrived on the Do phin on her way to the Tanana. J. E. Barrager arrived from the Sum mit on the train last night H. H. Sanford returned on the Dol phin from a two weeks visit to Seattle. P. G. Charles arrived yesterdi-y from , a trip to Whitehorse. Freighting to Ballloa and ftsby E H. Clyne will leave Whiteeorte for Bullion and Ruby creeks with freight about March 5. For particu lars see Mrs. E. H. Clyne, at Eleventh and Broadway. The leading barbershop and baths The Principal, opposite Board of Trade NORTHWESTERN Smelting S Refining Co. buyers or GOLD, SILVER AND COPPER ORES. MATTES, BULLION, FURNACE and CYANIDE PRODUCTS. Niilinmi a?i within rirt ?mf After >?ctl|l *1 Wra location or work 8: Crofton, Vancouver Island, B. C. A GIRL COWBOY [Original] Mary Dorlclns wa? told by her phy sician that she was threatened with consumption and should "rough It" la tin west. Cotivltu^l that ?he could not do so ndvantagcouM.v in petticoats, she donucd man's attire aud, with money to take her to the cattle grounds, start ed out In search of health. One morning she ap]>eared at a ranch and asked If a cowboy wax wanted. The superintendent looked her over from head to foot and said: "Wluit's your uame?" "Torn I-torkiiia." "Tenderfoot, I reckon." "Voi; I'm not very well. Doctor r?c ? omtueudud outdoor life." "it'll cure you, sure. But you'll dl? from another cause. The boys will grind you to powder. However, If you want to try It, go ahead." If Tom Dorklns hadn't been some thing of au invulid he would have had a hard time of it as It was, the cow boys were disposed to take no cogni zance of him whatever. One of them set up a faro bank In the burn, aud Mary Invested a few dollars she had In her pocket In the game. She struck au astonishing run of luck and without knowing any more about faro than sh? knew about quaternians broke tha back. Nothing succeeds like success, and as Bob Hathaway, the faro banker, was not popular the boys all declared In favor of the tenderfoot. Mary In vested her winnings in a spree for the boys, which, while It clinched her pop ularity with them, brought down upon her the wrath of Hathaway, who ex pected to win back his money at tb? next sitting. Then commenced a number of petty insults and annoyance* from the faro dealers which had Mary been n man would have been unbearable. As it was, she was placed In a position where she would have to tight. She was made aware of this, for her patient en durance of Uathaway's insults induced a coldness on the part of the other boys. At Hatha way's next Insult Mary' went to ono of the boys, Henderson by name, whom she admired for n certain coolness mid dignity there were nbout bin), and asked him to bear a message for her. "Can you shoot. Tommy J" asked Henderson. "Don't know." "St* If you can hit that." He held his hat at arm's length. Mary drew her revolver from her hip pocket and standing a dozen paces from the lint fired. Hearing a howl and seeing Hen derson's band covered with blood. she burst Into tour#. "You little fool! You cry lmhy! Why didn't you hit the hat? How do you expect to flgbt a cowboy with such shooting as that?" "Are you killed?" cried Mary. "Killed? No. But I'v? lost a part of my thumb." A little later Henderson and the ten derfoot were observed standing very close together, the latter binding up the former's thumb 'with a handkerchief. From that day Henderson gave out that Porklns. being In bad health, must not I*' Interfered with. All save Hath away were disposed to let tliu boy alone, and he seemed averse to Inter fering further with one whom Hender sou had taken up as a protege. Mary grew stronger every day, and when the bloom came to her cheek one of the boys remarked that the tenderfoot was "pretty enough for a girl." Then one day Hathaway recommenced his taunts. "I thought I told yon," said Hen derson. "that the boy was to be let alone." "That was because he was sick. He's well enough now." "1 want you to understand." replied Henderson, "that I consider Tom Dor kins a sick man." "Sick, bosh!" cried the crowd. "He's well enough." "Hathaway, you let mm aioue. u you arc s|ioillng for * fight you can have It will) me." "All right" said ITathaway. "Tou ?end your baby boy to rac with th? message he asked yon to brine '' And no It was arranged (hat Hender aou and Hathaway should fight. But this did uot wrve In the ease of Dor kins. who received flic doad out from the crowd Mary accepted the position of second when she should have been first. and they despised her. Mary further incurred the contempt of the crowd bv displaying a trembling hand when she banded her principal bit revolver. "What's the matter with you5" re marked the opposing second, "you'rs In no danger, you lil tie"? He broke off suddenly at a glance from nenderaon. Dorklns wan to give the first signal by dropping a hat. It Is (juestionable If the signal would have been given had not the second's hand trembled so she couldn't bold It. At the first fire Hathaway was unhurt; Henderson bad the top of his ear taken off. He con trived to keep his second from seeing it by turning It from her. The two prin cipals stood ready for the second signal when, suddenly. Mary saw blood on Hendersou's collar. This was more than she could bear. Kushiug to him she threw herself on his chest, placing herself between him and his adversary. Henderson turned red as the comb of a cock. "It's all up. l>oys,'' be said. "Tom my's a gal." With a wild hurrah the crowd hus tied the pair on to their horses and did not atop till they had found a parson to marry them. Mary was married in ?ombre ro, boots and spurs. Before eh* donned a more appropriate bride'i at tire the had to spend the savtnga of month* giving her associates a Jollifi cation ?uch as they had never bad be ta*. ANNA EDNA CARROLL. ?x?<?xstS)?)(^xsxw5xsxa?s*?*M*"*w?XRt?*W*-? I Canadian Paeifie Ry. Co. . I ? Direct Service, No intermediate J Call, to I ? > |; Vancouver Victoria ^ Transferring to ( a Seattle No Extra Charge Mink 4 Kali lag at 6 p.? For Speed, Comfort, Serrloe and Appointment Theae Twin Screw ' Steamer* Cannot be Equaled. Fori p Information Write or Apply to j C" H B.DDNR , Afb. IIAOWAT j JUNEAU 8. S. GO'S. STEAMEK GEORGIA Cut flat D. ?. Mall Leaves Skagwav at ? a. lb. Friday. March 4 For Hainea, Juneau, Hoonah. Springs and Sitka J. F. FAIRBANKS, Agent 216 Broadway, Phone 90 THE DOMINION HOTEL Miners Headquarter* Next to Poatofflce, Whitehorae, Y. T. | Table Set Family Style Meals and Beds 50o each, Single Booms, fl 00. Fin? two story log bam with store and water. Accommodations for 20 head . of horses. Log barn for dogs. Hones Bought, Sold and Blred, Wood for Sale to Order W.J. GIBBONS, Prop. Poetefflce Box No. 28. ROYAL ?Steam Laundry' All Work Guaranteed. Short Orders Promptlj Done. PHONE r% Messenger Will Call and Oeiivet Baths In Connection Private Rooms for Ladies. STEAM HEATED. Delmonico Restaurant Boiman k Lin, Props. Open Day and Night All the Delicacies of the Season HEALS, 25 CTS. Sixth Are. Near Broadway ^Pacific Coast S.S. Co. PIONEER ALASKA LINE. SPEED, SAFETY, COMFORT SMttle, Puget, Sound, San Francisco and Southern Porta CARRYING U. S. MAIL Cottage City March 2 Valencia. March 8 Mfc. Above Schedule Subject to change Without Nonoe. L M. WEST, Ag?nl PHONI M. C. D. DUNANN, Gen- Pass. Ajjt. 10 Market Street, San Francisco, Cel. The Alaska Steamship Co. Winter schedule subject to change without notice. DOLPHIN, ? Feb. 21 ? FARALLON, Feb. 26 DIRlGO, - -March 4 ' [0 Transfers to Victoria ai d Vancouver Without Additional Charge A 3. DAUTKICK, A(?ent. Phone W T ' -* The WhitePass& Yukon Route TIME TABLK 13 (Daily Except Sunday.) No. X, N. B. No. 2. S. Bound No. 4. 8 I 1st class. 1st class 2nd clan 0 30 a m. LV. SKAGUAY AP. 4 30p. m. AR. 4 It*, a 10 56J? ? WHlXE PASS .. 3 05 '? 2 1? " 11 45 " ? LOG CABIN 2 10 ?' 1 00 - 12 36 ( P'"'m " BENNETT j ff | p.m " 12 20 p.*. 2 10 " " CARIBOU - 11 50a.m '10 20 " 4 30 '? AR White Horse. LV u 30 " LV, " 7 00 ?? Passengers must be at depots In time to have p-aggage Inspected checked. Inspection Is stopped 30 minuter befoi <- leaving time of train. 150 pounds of baggage will be checked free with escb full fare tleka and 76 pounds with ea<ih half fnr.> ticket. Raw Furs.... WE PAY High Prices for Fine furs rite For Price Liat Peroey's Fur House Oahkoth. Wisconsin All the Leading Brands of Cigars and Tobacco At Whaleaala and Retail Also Fall Lin* of New Stationery and Circulating Libr iry J. F. FAiRB'MS, 114 216 Broadway. Phone 90 = Patronize ^ Nome <= Industry? If Not You Should Do S? By Our Bottled Beer Only $2.00 Per Dozen 25c Rebate on Bottlai Drinking Skagway Beer Phone Brewery- 49. Resides**, H While Pass k Yukon Route THROUGH LINE l:ROM Skagway to Atlin. Whitehorse, Big Salmon Dawson and Yukon River Points The New Mining Camps In the Alsek District Are Reached Via Whitehorse THE WINTER ROUTE SERVICE During the winter season when navigation la closed, dally trains will continue running between Skagway and ^hltakarta A Through Mail, Passenger and Freight Service Will Be Maintained By a Thoroughly Equipped Stage Line BETWEEN WHITEHORSE AND DAWSON Regular atage* carrying mall, expreas and pasaengrra, leave Wbit.'horne for Dawa?n and InlermofliaU poiavv Suadaya, 2 p. m. ; Wednesdays at 7 a. m.: and Fridays at (I a. in. for Information relative to Paweager Freight and Telegraph rate*, apply to any a/ent of the oo rpanv, or M A. B. NEWELL, ?. T. AO. M. R. D. PINNEO, Aast. G. F. & P A., M J. B. WHITE, G P.- A Vancouver, B. 0. and Hcaguay, Alaaka fckaguay, Alaaka Vanaovvir, B. ?