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THE DAILY
ALASKAN
OITV QF^IOI/^L PHPER
No. 10 VOL Ml.
3KAGWAY, ALASKA, THURSDAY MARCH 17, 1904
PRICE 10 CENT8
ie Ladies'Bazaa
L. A. HAKRISON. MKr.
25 percent.
discount
On All
Dress Goods for the next
Three Days
We have a few Ribbons left at
HALF PRICE
Special Sale Prices Are for Cash Only
Sweeler than love
Plow's Candies
Kre>h From the Factory
This shipment of t'amKcs is ihe
? \>r r if til in Alaska.
Chocolates,
Bon-bons and
Fruit Tablets
All Si/t - ul I'r'u- s
Kelly & Co., Druggists
SKAGWAY DAWSON NOME
I your money
Y ou can throw
your money in the
air anywhere in
town and
It may land
on a pretty fair
suit
But Mr. Nobby
Dresser, there is
one place it will
land on the
Most
Stylish
Suit
and that spot is our sfore.
Talk ilo?-sn't <lo it The Clothes
J. fi. Clayson ? Co.
I Broadway & Fourth Thorn 124
I
PORT ARTHUR SHOT OP
Last bombardment of Manchurian sea
port wrecked the great Russian fort
ress. Japanese shells are now found
everywhere.
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan. ]
| ?
t'hefoo, March 17 ? The last bombardment of Port Arthur rendered every part of
the fortress unsafe. Fragments of Japanese shells fell everywhere. Some railway build
ings and coaches were also destroyed.
Foreigners wishing to remain in the city are nowi required to sign an agreement,
restricting t heir movements, as for instance, the stipulation that they must have a special
pass on leaving the bounds of the camp.
ENGLISH GUNBOAT TO LEAVE NEW CHANG
(Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.)
London, March 17 ? The under secretary of foreign affairs, the Earl of Percy, has
confirmed the statements that the British station gunboat. Espiegel, is to be withdrawn
from New ('hang immediately after the river shall open. This action will be taken be
cause the vessel would he in considerable danger in the event of hostilities, while its pres
ence affords no effective protection to either the life or the property of foreigners at New
Chang and vicinity.
FIGHTING LOOKED FOR VERY SOON
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan. J
Seoul, March 17 The continuation of the policy of complete secrecy with refer
ence to the movements of the Japanese soldiers in .N orthern Korea is engendering a feeling
of expectancy among the army of newspaper men who are congregating at this place. The
mysterious manner of all the officers of the army is adding to the anxiety, it is felt that
war in all its bloody fury, will rage the full length of I lie Yalu before many days shall
have passed.
QUIET MOVEMENT ALONG MANCHURIAN RAILWAY
(Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.)
I'inkow, March 17 ? Reliable reports show a quiet movement all along the Manchu
rian railway, and such cities as Mukden, off the main line, are undisturbed.
MAY ATTACK FROM THE REAR
[Special Dispatch to the Daily Alaskan.]
Wei-hai-wei, March 17 ? It is still believed to be Jajwin's plan to attack Port Arthur
from the rear, after destroying the railroad and shutting of the supplies.
| Finely Furnished Ilooras
Klectrie Lighted Throughout
THE IMPERIAL HOTEL
GEO. W. CURTIS, PROP.
AMERICAN PLAN
fr>ont St. South I'.O., Whitehorse,Y.T
Just Received a Large
Consignment of
the Famous
Copa Copa Oranges
Prices From 25 to 50c
a Dozen, According
to Their Size
tiaiwi
(Jo a, /c4s cd / er^c/unv wd^n^
t^stsi^sry, S-uyryL^uii&d /Ls-#fi/e< a^vd/
tnszsijs Ait r A/r ide/ <ux>-us ?
?/,y c/a/fo fie?/ fen/.
THE ROSS HIGGTNS CO. Sole Agents, Skagway and Juneau
GEIS IIIM
Car Barn Bandit Is Possessed
By Religion
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
Chicago, March 17.? Harvey Van
dine, one of the condemned car barn
bandits here has become a preacher in
the county jail, and is using his utmost
endeavors to convert his co-defendants
and others. The jail officials are of the
opinion that the religious fervor, which
has taken possession of Vandloe, is gen
uine.
ifci.. ? ? ? ?
5 Djgi For Sal*
Five good St. Bernard dogs, well bro
ken for harness Fete Madsen,
Seattle Wharf, Foot of Main St.
Fur Collarettes, at Winters'.
tf
AFRR If
Liberal Lender Wants Gov
erumeut Censured
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan]
London, March 17.? Sir Henry
Campbell liannerman, the liberal lead
er in the house of commons, gave notice
today that he would move a vote of
censure of the government. The mo
tion is as follows:
"This house disapproves of the con
duct of the government in advising the
crown not to disallow the ordinance re
cently adopted hi South Africa for the
introduction of Chinese labor in the
transvaal."
Alaska 'Pacific l".xpr< -- companv,s
money orders for sale at Hi it's drug
store " 1 w
Shamrock's and Sham
rock Ribbon at
Chealanders, nith Avenue,
Frank N. Johnson ? J. O. Johnston
Whitehorse, Y. T.
New Management,
Restaurant in
Connection
Johnson & Johnston
No Ciial on I " I'anii ? f'<i ?t
Ladysmilh - Wellington
IT BURNS,
IT HEATS,
IT HOLDS FIRE
and
Makes LITTLE ASH
We have a large Murk on hand of this
Coal, either
ALL LUMPS, Hulk, delivered, 513 00
DOUBLE Si K K.N ED, in - ick* l:! 1)0
Shaw & Johnson
I'hone II, Moore's Wharf,
E. A. GU1LBAULT, Selling A Kent
' I'hone 6
Snow Shoes, Sleds,
Dog Harness, &c.
i Dement & Gearhartl
Cold and Cough
Remedies ?
The leading preparations
of the country at
Kim. Britt, the Druggist

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