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The daily Alaskan. [volume] (Skagway, Alaska) 1904-1924, March 09, 1904, Image 1

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3KAGWAY, ALASKA. WEDNESDAY MARCH 9. im
PRICE 10 CENTS
"?CIk Cadics' Bazaar^
l A. HARRISON. M ;r.
March Clearance Sale i
JOB LOT OF CORSETS
All -i/.rs. including Klondike, Cycle, Watchspring |
' ; it popular!'. 1?. La Spirite and Jackson Waists
K<>rm>" > from $1.00 to #2.00
Now 50 Cents
Children's Cotton (lose
Any size, 15c. were 25c and 35c a pair.
Ribbons
> : 1 ' i : at half price, from I why ribbon to nine
i .. h ridi riblv >n. 50c will buy 91.00 worth now.
KNIT LISLE CORSET COVERS. Pink
and Blue, were 75c. now 35c
BATTENBURG- PATTERNS FREE
with purchase of braid
?
20 cents each
) A >? I ??? ii > ><1- and fascinators, regular price ?'?()
| to *1. J; ?\v 2(V.
' WansaM <????? -aa
(leaniness Is fc'exl
bat everyone knows that proverb.
where to purchase the cleansing
agents? > <np?. s. writes. toilet
their nuraler is increasing, corae
h' 'e w ere things
FOR HE 3ATH
are nqu red. We se ! the be->t,
and although the best are worth
most, we charge very little.
See our window - tiulli cabinets
sponges and brushes.
Send us vour tnail orders
Kelly & lo., Druggists
b SK/GWAY DAWSON NOME
I Vour Hlon?y ? ?
You can throw
jrour money in tlie
lir anywhere in
:own and
It may land
m a pretty fair
suit
But Mr. Nobby
Dresser, there is
me place it will
and on the
Most
Stvlish
v
Suit
aiid that spot ? o ir s'nre
T.? ^ Ta d sn't Ui> it Tue C .tli. s
Da* jr<4*l !M kf lUn ?u*2aa> ? l?n MakeltSO.
J. B. Clayson $ Co.
Broadway &c Fourth 'Phom 124 <
Russian Vladivostok Squadron Reported
As Being Captured or Destroyed
By the Japanese Navy
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan. J
London, March y. ? The Daily Telegraph this morning published a dispatch from
Tokio, dated March 7, and paying: "It is reported here that the Japanese fleet engaged
the Russian Vladivostock squadron at sea yesterday. The result of the engagement is not
officially announced, but is is believed Russian shijw were either destroyed or captured."
FIGHTING- IN KOREA TO BEGIN
(Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.)
Tokio, March 9 ? Great excitement prevails among the people on account of the an
nouncement made on the authority of the government that land fighting in Korea might
be expected very soon.
Mim MAY MOVE FOR PEACE IK ORIEN)
It is reported that the czar has requested King Edward to mediato
between Japan and Russia and stop the war.
[Special Dispatch to the Daily Alaskan. ]
New York, March. i> ?A Vienna special t > The New York Times says: 'Accord
ing to the News Freire Press, Count Beckindorll'e, the Russian ambassador at the Port of
?>t. James, has returned to London bearing with him an autograph letter from the czar of
Russia to King Edward, in which mention is made of an eventual British mediation, by
arbitration, between Russia and Japan in the interest of peace."
ENGLAND CONSIDERING MEDIATION
(Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.) ?
London, March 9 ? Regarding the dispatch from the News Freir Press at Vienna to
American papers with reference to British mediation between Russia and Japan, it is stat- j
ed that in government circles here the matter has been a subject of discussion for some J
time, it has long been conceeded that the question of mediation in interest of peace will
be easily solved if the. Russian discouragement shall be continued.
(Continued on Last Page.)
When You Want a Good Cigar
Finely Furnished Rooms
Electric Lighted Throughout
THE IMPERIAL NOTU
GEO. W. CURTIS, PROP.
AMERICAN PLAN
Front St. South'P.O., Whitehorse.Y.T
Just Received a Large
Consignment of
the Famous
topa Copa Oranges
Prices From 25 to 50c
a Dozen, According
to Their Size
u/ 44Jv.s umAA' & Ckj i cy ?;_iH?V d*&-c^><nd
Jus] Ay c^ai/J Scy/'PTl/.
THE ROSS-HIG-G-INS CO. Sole Agents, Skagway and Juneau
ALL QUI |
Ni? Sigus of War Near Purl
Arthur
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
Port Arthur, March 9 ?Complete
tranquillity prevails throughout this
district and nothing is to be seen of the
Japanese, either on land or on sea
There is not the slightest sign of war
in the district.
6 D.-gi For Sal*
Five good St. Bernard dogs, well bro- 1
ken for harness Pete Madsen,
Seattle Wharf, Foot of Main St.
Suits $36.00 and pants $10 00 at F.
Wolland, merchant tailor.
ON GROUND
Ice Breaking Expert Viiits
i'nrt Arthur
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
Port Arthur, March 9 ?Vice Admir
al MakarolT, the icc breaking special
ist of the Russian nary, arrived ai
Dalny yesterday and he is expecMd
here today. No statement has bean
made as to the purpose of his visit h?r?.
For Sale
Kino roomed house, well furniihed
throuehtout, including piano; price
reasonable For further information
a liir< 1'. O. Box 84, Whitehorse, Y.T.
When ;n Whitehorse stop at the
Windsor, only Bret class house ij town.
Just Received
A large and varied assortment of the latest in
Cam, Embroideries, Jill-Overs, Battenberg
Braids, ?tc.
I Also a Tine Cine of flri fabric Ulaisiings
No Two Patterns Alike
Price. One Dollar For Each Pattern
| Cheaianders, fifth Avenue, I
?? J
Frank N\ Johnson ? J. O. Johns on
Whitehorse, Y. T.
fllew Management,
Restaurant in
Connection
lohnson & Johnston
11! II! 11!
No i al on the Pacific Coast
Equals ihc
Ladysmith - Wellinqton
IT BURNS,
IT HEATS,
IT HOLDS FIRE
and
Makes LITTLE ASH
We have a large block on hand of thU
Coal, either
ALL, LUMPS, Bulk, delivered, *13 00
DOUBLE E.NED, In sack* 13 00
Shaw & Johnson
Phone 11, Moore's Wharf.
E. A. GUILISAULT, Selling Agent
'Phon* 6
Snow Shoes, Sleds,
Dog. Harness, &c.
Dement & Gearharti
Stationery
The Very Lasest Styles in Invitation
and Letter Paper just received
(Um. Brill, the Druggist

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