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The daily Alaskan. [volume] (Skagway, Alaska) 1904-1924, March 19, 1904, Image 1

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THE DAILY ALASKAN
OITV 0FPIC1HL PHPER
8KA8WAY, 1LA.SK A, SATURDAY MARCH 19. 1904 PRICE 10 CENTS
L. A. HARRISON. Mgr.
25 percent,
discount
Oil ah
Dress Goods for the next
Three Days
We ha 7e a few Ribbons left at
HALF PRICE
! Special Sale Prices Are for Cash Only
Sweeter tlwn LOVC
Plow's Candies
Fresh From the Factory
New style# and souvenirs of St.
Louis Fair
This shipment of Candies is the
finest ever received in Alaska.
Chocolates,
Bon-bons and
Fruit Tablets
All Sizes and Prices
Kelly S Co., Druggists
SKAGWAY DAWSON NOME
I your rnoncv * '
i
Han Sduffncrj
V Mam
Haod Tailored
ferric** if* *r i*rt
You 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 store.
Talk doesn't do it The Clothes
Make It So.
I h- Clayson $ eo,
Broadway & Fourth 'Phong 124
TROOPS lil I TOGETHER
Japanese infantry occupy Ping Yang,
close to Russian lines. Firing has com
menced between outposts. Japs are
supplied with Korean guns.
[Special Dispatch to the Daily Alaskan.]
St. Petersburg, March 19 ? The following cable has been received from Alexieff
from Mukden: "General Mishtokento reports that Ping Vang is occupied by the Japan
ese infantry which is armed with same guns and supplies that Korean guards are carrying.
"The enemy's cavalry Las not been visible in large bodies, and only isolated horse
men are seen. Their horses are very poor. _
"Our patrols discovered the presence of the enemy's infantry on the banks of the
Cheng Cheng river five versts, about 34 miles, from Anju. The enemy opened fire and
killed one of our horses. "
RUSSIANS WITHDRAWING FROM KOREA
(Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.)
Seoul, March 19 ? The report hat* been confirmed that the Russian horse artillery
has been withdrawn to the north bank of the Yalu river and that part of the cavalry
also withdrawn, leaving only a weok post at Tyon Chyon south of Wiju,
JAPANESE BOATS WERE HURT
LCI J
I
(Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.)
Port Arthur' March, 19 ? According to information received from Ru'
fie battle
Shanghai iu the fighting at Port Arthur on February 10th and 11th, the Ja' T
,r , . Japanese
snip Moesaka was struck bv t.en nmiootiiw and n-?a apriniiHlv damaged. .
battleship and two cruisers are now docked for repairs at Nagasaki. Atr? ^ous"
and wounded Japanese are said to be in the Japanese hospitals.
RUSSIA ESTABLISHES PRIZE COV'S
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.] '
St. Petersburg, March 19? The ministry of marine ha, i> <(1 t,u i,wtitution of
prize courts at Sabastapool, Libon, Port Arthur and Yladivr
HOPES FOR BETTER F.^NG
'?)
(Special Dispatch to Daily A
St. Petersburg, March 19 ? The Bourse Gazette hope that the Anglo
French understanding recently reached, will result ? *V uu the part
of Great Britain toward Russia.
A.)
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When You Want a Good Cigar
Finely Furnished Rooms
Electric Lighted Throughout
THE IMPERIAL HOTEL J
GEO. W. CURTIS, PROP. H
AMERICAN PLAI-__
Front St. South P.O., Whitehor* ?
Just RIved a Lar?e
Consinentof
the r'ous '
ri Copa Oranges
rices From 25 to 50c
a Dozen, According
to Their Sizel i
J{r~^4eJZ,: ^
4id/ ? J-rur c ~v
? ? / rlNS CO. Sole Agents, Skagway and Juneau
THE ROS
WENf DOWN
British Submarine Boat
ISinks With All on Board
[Special Dispatch to Dally Alaskan .] [
London, Maoch 19'? It is reported
from Portsmouth that a British sub
marine boat has been sunk with the of- ^
floors and all the crew. The disasj/ r
took place near that place.
Womu'i Rlghta Monday NU" c
C
Women's rights will be 'Jen an
airing at the Skagway Lit/''}' 1111(3 j
Debating Society meetin/ Monday j
night. The question to iV^ated is:
"Resolved, That womf/are ursurl> tc
ing the rights of men." I ^
? ~ f t?
Pur Collarettes, at ?aters'- tf ( th
?t -===
POPE ROASTS
French Government Censur
ed From Kome
(Social Dispatch to Daily Alaskan]
tome. March 19. -The pope in a
Speech to the members of the sacred
ollege today said that he sadly Iamen
ed the fact that the French govern
oenr will not observe his recommend
tiona, but continues to prosecute the
lergy and the religious orders with in
reased violence.
Mr?. L. M. Weit Bett?r
Geo. A. Rosenberg received a letter
Klay from L. M. West. He says Mrs.
rest is improving and that he will re
irn to Skagway on the Humboldt or
ie Cottage City.
d\\M and millinery Opening
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23
Owing to the great success with
these hats last year we have decided
to handle, this season, only the
THE GHGE HftTS
They cannot be surpassed for style
and elegance
? : ? Until thed?y of our Millinery Opening we will have a 20 percent.
Discount sale on waistings, veilings, chiffons, ribbons, collars, stocks
laces and embroidery
Chealanders, ? Avenue,
Frank N. Johnson ? J. o. Johnston
Whitehorse, Y. T.
etv Management, i
v
Restaurant in A
Connection ?
thnson & Johnston G
No Coal on the Pacific Coast
Equals the
Ladysmith - Wellington
IT BURNS,
IT HEATS,
IT HOLDS FIRE
and
Makes LITTLE ASH
fc have a large stock on hand of this
Coal, either
LL LUMPS, Bulk, delivered, |13 00
OUBLE SCREENED, in sacks 13 00
>haw & Johnson
Phone 11, Moore's Wharf.
A. GUILBAULT, Selling Agent
'Phone 0
Snow Shoes, Sleds,
Dog Harness, &c.
I Dement & Gearha rti
Cold and Cough
Remedies ?
The leading preparations
of the country at
mm. Britt, the Druggist

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