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FOR OLNEY
Bay State Declares for
Favorite Son
[Special" Despatch to Daily Alaskan.]
Boston, April 15? Fully two thirds of
the delegates chosen to the state
democratic convention, are pledged to
Richard B. Olney (or the presidential
nomination. The remaining delegates
will support the candidacy of Uearst.
The result insures an instructed del
egation for Olney.
WANIBIDS
Uncle Sam toLiy Cable By
Ton tract
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.[
[ Seattle, April 15.? The government
is asking for li<ls for the laying of the
cable from this place to Sitka and Val
dez.
Ia Hoaor of Jadgo tad rm. Browa
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Rogers enter- 1
tained last night in honor of Judge and
Mrs. Brown. About i"> guests were
present at the beautiful apartments of
the host and hostess at the Pullen
house. Euchre was played and the
score cards were Indian totem poles in
colors.
Mrs. R. W. Taylor was the victor in a
drawing for the favor, an Indian torn
torn. The nature of the favor sug
gested what proved to be the fea
ture of the evening, an Indian war
dance. Mrs. Wynn-Johnson manipu
lated the torn torn and Capt. Kichard
sou and Dr. Runnall . did their best as 1
imitators of I'hilkat braves. A de- 1
lightful evening was spent. Recher
che refreshments were served.
Card of Tkaaki
The undersigned tender their very
sincere to the many kind friends who
assisted them during their recent
illness. Respectfully.
Mr and Mrs. F. Young
For Sal*
Choice flower plants for bedding out,
at the Westside Greenhouse.
4 13 tf Wm. H. Joy, Prop.
If Yob Lot. You? Wifo
If you love your wife or your sweet
heart, buy her candy at the
Palace of Sweets,
Fourth Avenue and Broadway.
BIG FIGHT
Illinois Republicans Are
Still At War
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan]
Salem, 111. April 15? At a meeting j
of the republicans of Marion County
unlay the chairman of the central
committee announced the temi?rary I
officers as selected by the central
committee, when more than a hnndred
delegates sprang to their feet and be
gan a general fight, using chairs as
weapons. The furniture of the hall
was wrecked. The sheriff was called
and restored order at the point of a
gun.
CUf RATES
New Joint Taritt Ett'ectiye
April 15
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan ]
Vancouver, April 15, ? The new joint
freight tariff between Puget sound and
British Columbia points to Dawson,
shows material reductions, eflfec ive
April 15 The r^luctions are due to a
desire to indues shipments of freight to
the Yukon
HUMBOLDT IN
Bi^ Liner Arrives With Good
List
The Humboldt arrived this afternoon
at 1:30 o'clock with 38 passengers, 165
tons of freight and one davs' mail.
She brought a big shipment of goods
to go to Dawson over the first water In
the spring. It consisted of eggs, pota
toes and fruit. It wll be taken to Low
er I jl Barge before the break of the
icj. J Y. Carroll is the consignee.
The Humboldt will sail at 6 o'clock
tonight.
AtJtk* Pantheon
The Pantheon has just received a
large consignment of Hermitage whis
kies, rye and bourbon. This is the fin
est brand of whisky ever brought to
skagway. Try it. tf
Fur Collarettes, at Winters'.
t
COME .NORM
Fifteen Houdred Steers to
Be Driven to Dawson
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
Vancouver, April 15.? The Pacific
Cold Storage Company is sending north
1500 steers to be driven to Dawsou
across the overland trail.
stage" in
Big List of Arrival* at
Whitehorse
Whltehorse, April 15.? A White'
Pass stage arrived from Dawson at 8 j
o'clock this morning with the following 1
passengers:
E. J. White, Wilson Foster, Robert
Henderson, N. Spritt, A. S Frasier, J.
W. Sulli.'an, G. E. Hanwell and Miss
Frances Lilly. There were 22 sacks of
mail.
Wilson Foster is a leading Klondike
quartz operator and is en route to the
world's fair, where he will represent
Dawson quartz properties and publish
a world's fair edition of the Dawson
News. Robert Henderson is the dis
coverer of the Klondike. Miss Lilly is
the feed merchant formerly of Skag
way.
A stage left for Dawson on wheels
with Ave passengers and mail.
Aaotkor Oat Com.uK Down
The old building on State street in
whioh Kern's jewelry store was first
located, is being torn down.
For Kant
Two nicely furnished room, Geo. E.
Howard, Third avenue. 4 4 tf
Vlinaa Bakery
Take your coffee and hot rolls at the
Vienna Bakery. tf.
t'iBOM Ojiter Cocktail*
The Pack Train saloon is now serv
ing Elmer Chamberlain's famous oysu r
cocktails. tf
Ftm Gonoert Dolly
A free concert is given at the- Mascot
saloon every afternoon and evening.
All the latest songs and airs. It is
worth hearing.
Flannoli Washed
Take your flannels to Mrs. Zarelli, to
be washed. Best of work guaranteed.
Fifth avenue, near Daily Alaskan of
fice. 3-2^-tf
lift REASON
President Opposes Territorial
Governm nt for Alaska
In commenting upon the probability
of the reappointment of governor
lira ly, Walter E. Ciark, Washington
correspondent of the P. I. says:
" It has been represented to the
president, however, that the governor
has given an honest administration,
and that honesty, when it can be
found, goes u long way in Alaska; also,
that the governor is an intelligent and
progressive advocate' of the best things
for the territory.
"He has aroused some bitterness in
Alaska by his outspoken opposition to
a territorial form of grvernment; but
this is not held against him by the
pressdent. Mr. Roosevelt believes the
territory should be represented by a
delegate in congress, but he is by no
means committed to the ide% of self
government for Alaska, and in fact be
believes present conditions hardly
justify it. In this respect, of course,
he differs with many intelligent
authorities but in denying the wisdom
of a territorial form of government he
believes he is conserving the best in
ierests of the Alaskans themselves."
PERSONAL MENTION
\V. H. Jones, the well known printer,
who recently went to Whitehorse to
take a position on the Daily Star of
that place, has just recovered from a
severe illness, *
W. 8. Contant, court stenographer
went to Haines on the Georgia this
morning. He will take the Humboldt
for Juneau tonight. Mrs. Contant
leaves on the Humboldt.
J. A. Goldburg, theljSeattle whole
sale cigar man, arrived on the Hum
boldt.
Joe McKinney, lately of the Princi
pal barber shop, has taken a chair at
Juneau.
Judge and Mrs. M. C. Brown will
return to Juneau on the Humboldt.
W. J. Hills wsll leave for Juneau on
the Huralioldt.
H. D. Kirmse went to Haines on
the Georgia.
C. W. Young of Juneau was a round
trip passenger on the Georgia.
Fnrsiahad Roomi
Nicely furnished rooms by the day,
week or month. Corner Fifth Avenue
and State Street.
Ladies' Skirts
A splendid line to choose from In dress and walking
skirts. We have them in
Voiles. Broadcloth, Skark Skin
Crepe de Chine. Canvas Cloth,
Etc.
Ladies' Suits \
Our first shipment Is now here, some very pretty
styles, ranging in price from
$15.00 to $35.00
Ladies' Belts
All the New Novelties in the
crush leather and silk, in
all colors,
From50c to $1.50
Also some of the Buster
Brown Belts for children.
New Jewelry
A handsome showing of
Waist Sets, Pins Buckles,
Hat Pins, Etc.
All of the Latest
- Fads.
Fire and Li*e
INSURANCE
Real Estate
Financial Agent
Notary Public
Phil Abrahams
524 FOURTH AVE., SKAGWAY
Office Hours: From 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to
4 and 7 to 9 jf. m.
J. A. BAUGHMAN.RM. D.
Office in Old City Hall
Three Doors East o( Britts' Pharmacy
ONE
DASH
OF
GOOD
PAINT
IS WORTH A BARREL |
OF POOR STUFF
Sash, Doors, Moulding & Shingles
j E. R. PEOPLES |
VX\VV\VVWVVWrta?ak3?*SiSfVWI
CONSIDER WELL THE QUALITY !
The Reputation of the Manulacturer Is a G-uaranty of Value- The Different Lines Presented Below Represent a Selection ot the Very Best
, i .
fv $. and m.
AND
fldler &
Son's Suits
They have the Style
Snap and Fitting Qual
ity. Everything a tail
or can put in a suit
EXCEPT
THE PRICE
They Cost About One
Half of That
$12.50 to $30
?Wilson Brothers*
Shim and ncckwear
You Will Find Them Here In a
Large Variety of Patterns
There Are None Better
Shirts, $1.50; Ties, 35c. to 75c.
rlohn B. Stetson*
and eorikn fiats
We Have Them In Soft and Stiff I
Styles, Including
All Latest Shapes
From $4.00 to $5.00
In Price
6?o. B. Bains & Son's
fine Dress Suit
Cases and Club
Bags
They Are It For Style
and Quality
Nothing Like Them
Shown Here Before
From $3.50 to $22.50
Agents For?
Carhartt Overalls
& Corduroy Pants
F. H. CLAYSON & CO.
Agents For?
A. A. Cutter Shoes.
$5.00 to $7.00

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