THE DAILY 1W ALASKAN
CITY OFPIOIKL PRPER
No. IH VOL VII.
3KAGWAY, ALASKA, THURSDAY MARCH 24, 1904 PRICE 10 CENTS
L. A. HARRISON. M sr.
AT SEATTLE PRICES
And Many Other Novelties
Pi-vets French quadruple ex
tracts, hring to mind the forest,
field and garden The dowers
from which they are made have
grown in each These delight
ful new odors have great
strengh and are very lasting
Just now the greatest favorite
is Purple Pansy.
Ask for our Kaster Souvenir
Kelly S Co., Druggists
SKAGWAY DAWSON NOME
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 our store.
Talk doesn't do it The Clothes
Make It So.
f . ft Clayson $ Co,
Broadway & Fourth TI10113 124
JAPAN'S FLEET ATTACKS
Port Arthur bombarded all day and fur
ious naval engagement is fought out
side the harbor. Russians lose battle
ship. Japan's damage not known.
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
Tokio, March 24. ? A dispatch received from Wuji says the Japanese fleet made an
other attack on Port Arthur March 18. They bombarded all day, early and late, the de
fenses to the port.
The Japanese ships also fought a furious engagement with the Russian fleet outside
the harbor, destroying one Russian battleship. Stfven Japanese casualties were reported,
but there is no information at hand concerning the Japanese fleet's condition. The navy
department is not advised any further as to this engagement but it evidently eipects to
hear pleasant news.
RUSSIA SUSTAINS SEVERE OEffATON LAND
Land forces of two countries come together on banks of Yalu riyer
near Wiju and Japs get a victory.
[Special Dispatch to the Daily Alaskan.]
Vancouver, March 24 ? News has been received here today that the Russians are
reported to have lost 600 men killed, wounded and prisoners in a sharp encounter with
the Jajwinese troops at Chyong Sysng on the Yalu river, near Wiju. The Japanese
scored a decisive victory.
or III'- Fair M? it lng Tomorr.w
The officers, committee chairman ar.d
members of the Ladies' Auxiliary of
the Alaska exhibit to the world's fair
will meet at the residence of Mrs. L. S.
Keller, the president, tomorrow after
noon at 3 o'clock. J. G. Davies, Alas
ka commissioner, will be present.
Suits llo^o 12a at Clayson's.
Cutter shoes at Clayson's.
NOJICE 10 ELKS.
The nomination of ottlcers for the en
suing year will take place at the meet
ing of Skagw&y Lodge No. 431, B. P. O.
?K. tonight. All members are requested
to be present.
L S. Keller, E. R.
Skagway, March J4, 1904.
Singer sewing machines at Peoples. ,
The satisfatory ones, for rent or sale.
Vagrant* Will Do Time
George Malone and James Moran
were each given 25 days for vagrancy
by J udge Rogers yesterday afternoon,
and Ed Smith was fined $25 for the same
Mrs. Baker has reopened her bakery ;
on Fifth Avenue, opposite Chealander's. ,
Hoiue made bread, pies and cakes a spe- j
Finely Furaishxl Rooms
Electric Lighted Throughout
THE IMPERIAL HOTEL
GEO. W. CURTIS, PROP.
Front St. South I'.O., Whitehorse.Y.T
New Line of
? national Biscuit Co's Goods
Also some very fine
Cream Brick Cheese
of a/ft Osf^udb
THE ROSS-HIGKHNS CO. Sole Agents, Skagway and Juneau
Missionary Says Hereros Ajre
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
Berlin, March 24.? A missionary in j
Southwest Africa has written a letter
defending the Hereros against the,
charges of massacreing women and
children and ^discriminating butchery.
He gives the names of a number of
women that have been reported as
killed, but who are still alive, although
Hereros had an opportunity to murder
For first-class worn try Skagwav
Laundry. Twenty-two yeras' experi
ence. Telephone 89. tf.
to sror it
Churches to Regulate Mar
riage and Divorce
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan]
New York, March 24.? The agitation
here against the divorce habit and the
marriage of divorced persons, has re
sulted in a meeting at this place of tmi
nent protestant ministers and laymen
of all denominations, who will attempt
to solve the problem by securing uni
form legislation on the subject by all
of the states of the Union.
Wanted Boy to Learn Trade
Wanted? Boy 14 or 15 years of age to
learn the bakerTs trade. Inquire at
New Lace Curtains at E. K Peoples'
We Are Showing
Some Very Pretty
Both Tailor Made and
For Dress Occasion
Chealanders, fifth Avenue,
Frank N. Johnson ? J. O. Johnston
Whitehorse, Y. T.
Johnson & Johnston
No Coal on the Pacific Coast
Ladysmith - Wellington
IT HOLDS FIRE
Makes LITTLE ASH
We have a large stock on hand of this
ALL LUMPS, Bulk, delivered, $13 00
DOUBLE SCREENED, in sacks 13 00
Shaw & Johnson
Phone 11, Moore's Wharf.
E. A. GUILBAULT, Selling Agent
Snow Shoes, Sleds,
Dog Harness, &c.
-I Dement & Gearhartl
Cold and Cough
The leading preparations
of the country at
(Um. Brill, lh(Dru^i$t
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