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THE DAILY ALASKAN
CITY QFT^IGIPEU PffPfcR
No.f>6 VOL. Ml.
3KA8WAY, ALASKA, ~ SATURDAY APRIL 16, 1904 PRICK 10 CENTS
L. A. HARRISON. Mrt.
Just Received
The Swellest Line of
Lace and
Taney Hose
Ever sola in this city. Prices from
40c to $3 S
'Phone 55
A fINf SVSTfM
The priceless l>oon of |>erfecl
health is not granted to all but it
I s (Kosibie to make poor health
better, build up the system and
etT'M;: a permanent cure in many
cases by the use of
l>ur< Drng?. M d'ciaa*. JTrve
f ood?. Tonics. Eto
These are found in our stock.
Many widely advertised medi
cines have proved to be worth
I 1< >s nostrums and we don't carry
them. Those tried and not found
wanting are the kind we sell.
Kelly 4 Co., Druggists
SKAGWAY, DAWSON NOME
If Your Hon* - No il- l'.ipering', < all |
Up Phone 4 or *
H. STEWART,
Painter & Paperhanger
Estimate* C.iven Free of Charge
A 1 Work (lu ii int <1
Residence at IK>*. y II..:
JOHN WILLIAMS
EXPRESSMAN
Hauls oal for 75 cents per ton.
Wood, Baggage and every
thing, cheaper than others.
Call up Phone 51
Frank N. Johnson J. O. Johnston
Whitehorse, Y. T.
New Management,
Restaurant in
Connection i
Johnson & Johnston
No Coal on the Pacific Coast
Equals the
Ladysmith - Wellington
IT BURNS,
IT HEATS,
IT HOLDS FIRE
and
Makes LITTLE ASH
We have a large stock on hand of this
Coal, either
ALU LUMPS, Bulk, delivered, >13 00
DOUBLE SCREENED, in sacks 13 00
Shaw & Johnson
Phone 11, Moore's Wharf.
E. A. GUILBAULT, Selling Agent
'Phone 6
Snow Shoes, Sleds,
Dog Harness, &c.
Dement & Gearhartl
1 AflER ItttM
I
Oregon Senator Urges Retal
iation Agiinst Catia la
[Special Dispatch to DallyAlaskan.]
Portland, Ore., April 16. ? Senator
Fulton, of Oregon, is very strongly urg
ing the United States go/ernment to
retaliate against the Canadians for not
allowing American vessels the coasting
privilege. He suggests that the sale
of salmon to the packers of British Co
lumbia be prohibited.
00 UP
Copper Trust Appeals from
Heinze Award
[Spcoial Dispatch to Daily Alaskan]
Helena, Mont. April 16? The attor
neys for the Amalgimated Copper
Company today tiled their suppreme
court appeals from the decision of
Judge Clancy, of Butte, awarding the
title to the noted Minnie Healy mine
to P. Agustus Heinze.
! '
LEFT IT
Siez"d Si'liooupr'a Cargo Whs
At Seat'le
?
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan]
Seattle, April i6? The schooner
Barbara which recently left here dos
tinetl (or Siberia left behind a valuable j
cargo of furs and ivory before falli'R
into the hands of the Japanese.
Famished Room*
?
Nicely furnished rooms by the day, |
week or month. Corner Fifth Aveuue
and State Street. * i
the Best Cigar
Ever Sold on the Pacific Coast
Is the
Manuel Lopez
! Finely Furnished Rooms
Electric Lighted Throughout
THE IMPERIAL HOTEL
GEO. W. CURTIS, PROP.
AMERICAN PLAN
: front St. South P.O., Whitehorse,Y.T
FOUR DIE
Soriom Train Wreck on
Great Northern
[Special Dispatch to Dally Alaskan.]
Seattle, April 15.? A serious accident
occurred on the Great Northern rail
way near Wenatchee today. A passen
ger train was ditched, killing four per
sons and injuring three. The trouble
was due to the floods which have
washed out the track*. The cars tum
bled into the Wenatchee river.
CHOKER WINS
Ex-Tammany Leader Carries
Oft New Market Stakes
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan]
London. April 18? Richarn Croker's
'Saint Patrick's Day won thu New
Market biennial stakes today. It was a
great race.
WILL flGIH
Fritzsimmons aud McCoy
Sign Articles ?
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan]
New York, Aprii 10 llobt Fritz
aimmons and Kid McCoy today signed
articles for a 20-round gv at Philadel
phia. The mill will likely com? off in
May. . ??- )
(h?ftpTrip To Sitka
Tickets to the sound are being sold
on the Cottage City, via Sitka, at the
regular through rates, #30.
Vienna Bakery
Try your cold lunch at the Vienna
Bakery. tf.
CONSIDER IT
. C t binet May Frame Another
Chinese Treaty
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
Washington, April. 16? President
Roosevelt and members of the cabinet
are in conference today over the ad
visability of framing: another Chinese
exclusion treaty. No action has been
taken as yet.
FOR HIM
Montana Endorses President
Roosevelt
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
Helena, Mont. April 16 ? The Re
publican state convention today un
animously pledged the full support of
the state of Montana to President
Roosevelt for the republican presiden
tial nomination.
KILL GIRL
Runaway Results Fa
tally at Seattle
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan]
Seattle, April 16 ? A fire team
run away today anddasned through the
crowded street. Annie O'Mally
was killed and several seriously injured.
Writ Received
The public has given tiie the Vienna
restaurant the grand opening which is
now in progress, a genuine reception.
The house has been crow Jed all day,
and none were there but who had
words of praise for the house and
service.
Heavyweight ulsters at Cayson &
Co.'s.
Karo Corn
Syrup
Something New
Try a Can
J
l
The Place Where You Save Money
By Spending It
1 1, umAJl; A) Jul/i^ Os ddtsu^?-io6
ty, ?a?& ?oey?oriy.
THE ROSS-HIG-G-INS CO. Sole Agents, Skagway and Juneau
RUSSIAN FLEfT IS BADLY
CRIPPLED
%
Tuesday's Battle Was Disasterous to the
Attacking Ships of the Czar? Japan
Holds Sea Without Obstruction
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.] (
London, April 16.? Baron Hayushi,
thd Japanese minister to England, de
clares that a positive disaster to the '
Hussian ships at Port Arthur was the
result of the Russian attack upon the '
fleet. last Tuesday.
Russian Flaat Snff?rs Yarribly
St. Petersburg, April 16 ?There are
now only two undamaged Russian bat
tleships in the harbor of Port Arthur,
but some of the damaged vessels have
been repaired and are fit (or service.
Raniani Loot Korau Town
Seoul, April 16.? According to a re
port received by the Korean Court last
night, hundreds of Russians entered
Cwang Go prefecture of Phyon-Go and
comandered horses and stores, violated
women and committed other atrocities.
The garrison attacked the Invaders and
the Russians were forced to retreat,
but there were some casualities among
the Koreans.
First Army At Wl-Ju
Shanghai, April 16 ?Advices from
Seoul state that the main force of the
first Japanese army has arrived at Wi
ju. Also that in the future all the
Japanese troops will be landed at Chul
son, near the mouth of the Yalu river.
The last serious reverse to the Rus
sian navy at Port Arthur is said to have
opened the way for an unobstructed
landing from Japanese transports right
at the Manchurian border.
Will End Demoralization
St. Petersburg, April lfi.? Capt. Jak
aoleff, commander of the Petropaulo
visk, is still aliv. , but his condition is
critical.
AliexefT's presencs at Port Arthur is
expected to end the present demorali
zation existing there, which is very
great.
Harbor Entrance Snaled
Sasebo, April lfi, ? The two sunken
steamers seems to have realized the
attempt at sealing the entrance to
Port Arthur. Whereas a Russian war
ship formerly took 30 minutes to pass
the entrance, to and from Port Arthur,
it now takes more than two hours.
We Will Receive on the Cottage City
Tomorrow
A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF
Potted Plants In Bloom
I Cfiealanders, m
Avenue,
Mlu Lidfltrom to Wad
The announcement has been received
at Skagway of the approaching mar
riage of Miss Hilda Lidstrom, formerly
matron of the fiishop Howe hospital of
this city, to Axel Aurelius, a leading
citizen of her native town in Sweden,
where she now resides. The announce
ment was received by Mrs. Elias Ruud,
of this city.
Grand
Opening
ViennaJBakery and Cnfe Will
Be Beady for Business
The Vienna bakery and cafe will
have a grand opening on Saturday,
April 16, with a full line of the most de
licious pastries and confectionery. It
will also furnish an excellent lunch
of coffee, hot rolls and pretzels. Ail the
ladies are cordially invited to call for
seuvenirs.
We are prepared to furnish lunches
and ice cream to parties and sooials.
Daily lunches will be served at the
store. Telephone 35. 4 13 3t
I'mou Oyatar Cocktails
The Pack Train saloon is now serv
ing Elmer Chamberlain's famous oyster
cocktails. l'
For K*nt
Two nicely furnished room, Geo. E.
Howard, Third avenue. 4 4"
Is your washing satitactory V Are
your clothes torn? If no or yes, try the
Skagway Hand Laundry, and you will
be satisfied. 3 20
Large Millinery Splpmmt Arrival
One of the largest shipments of
of millinery ever to arrive in this
city was received at Chealander's
on the Humboldt.
The consignment contains the latest
designs and fashions in spring and sum
mer hats for the ladies.
Dunce Was Enjoyable Affair
The by- weekly dance given by the
New Century Club last night at the
Arctic Brotherhood hall was an en
joyable affair. About 20 couples were
present. This popular club has de
cided to continue its dances throughout
the summer.
Vienna Bakery
Take your coffee and hot rolls at the
Vienna Bakery. tf.
When in Whitehorse stop at the
Windsor, only first class bouse in town.
THE
Pack Train Restaurant
Will Serve Tomorrow
FrenchDinner
From 12 noon to 8 p. m.
EVERYTHING THE BEST
IN THE MARKET
Regular Dinner 50c,
TEA, COFFEE or WINE and
ICE CHE AM
TREE WITH DINNER
Sweet Peas to Be Given Away
With the last shipment of perfumes Paul Rieger, the California perfumer, sent us a big sack of Sweet Pea 8ee?is to be
given away. They are yours for the asking.
Wm. Britt, The Druggist

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