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The proposition that the city council
should con tine its sidewalk improve
ments henceforth to those street > which
run from the north to the south, com
pelling the property owners to luild
such walks as are wanted on the aven
ues running from the east to the west,
is both fair to the taxpayers and in the
Interest of economy. The streets
which intersect the city lengthwise are
used oy the people generally and their
improvement add to the value of all the
property in the city, while work done
on the avenues is chiefly beneficial to
those owning abutting property.
It would be wise t? apply the princi
ple not only to sidewalk improvement,
but. to work on the streets as well.
There is a law which will permit
property owners to improve the cross
streets and sidewalks and to compel
each lot to bear its fair share of the
burden. Aside from the amount neces
sary to make these streets passable, it
would probably be well to cause those
desiring them improved to in
voke the law io question, at least until
Broadway, State, Main anil Alaska
streets shall have been put in first -class
The little Guide has so far forgotten
the vigorous kick it received from
Councilmen Van Cleve and Wolland
that it has again resumed its habit of
barking and snarling at the procession,
which, as it moves always onward in
its progress toward better things, occa
sionally passes its narrow kennel.
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The Portland Telegram says:
?'President Smith's family group
looks like a picture of a class of school
^ The resemblance is more to a district
school. There are too many grades for
oae class.
The people of Skagwav feel a per
sonal interest in the promotion of Major
Richardson. They like him not only
because of his many good qualities, but
because he is a citizen of Alaska and of
Got. Brady is on his way to the
world's fair. He will also probably
manipulate a few wires which be and
his friends hope to attach to the Alaska
The good prospect for an early com
pletion of the Klondike Mines railway
will be gratifying news to the many
friends of E. C. Hawkins in the north.
Congratulations. Major Richardson"
Vuoilo Moating
There will be a special communica
tion of White Pass Lodge No. 113, F. &
A. M., Friday evening, April 22, at
their hall, No. 525 Fourth avenue.
Work in M. M.
Sojourning and visiting brethren are
cordially invited to meet with us.
By order of the W. M.
Robt. W. Taylcr, Secretary.
Get Spring Salt*
A large assortment of the latest pat
terns in men's suitings have been re
ceived at the store of I1. Wolland, Fifth
avenue and State street.
Wan tad to Rant
Good hotel restaurant, everything
furnished. Terms very reasonable.
No capital required. A good money
making proposition to the right people.
Apply to Hotel Northern, Haines,
Mascot has Ntv Mmsio
TheJMascot saloon has just received
a large consignment of new music for
its popular Victor talking machine. It
Includes all the latest popular airs.
At tie Pant* eon
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
The leading barbershop and baths
The Principal, opposite Board of Trade
Princess May Will Make
Nine Days' Trip
The Princess May *111 attempt the
unusual (eat of making a nine days'
round trip to and from Vanoouver this
time. She Is to sail from Skag way next
Saturday night, nine days after her last
sailing from this place. It is proposed
to get her in earlier on the ninth day
than usual and to sail out without the
24 hours' wait usually indulged.
This quick trip is made in order to
aroid sailing on Sunday, and it is the
purpose to continue the nine days' trip
whenever the tenth day shall fall on a
Dr. PorooM Off to K<toUk*>
Rev. John Parsons will leave on the
City of Seattle for Ketchikan and Da
lomi, to be absent over two Sundays.
Next Sunday morning there will be no
service in the Methodist church, but in
the evening the Epworth League and
the choir will render an interesting
program It is near the league anni
versary day, and it will celebrate it
then. The Junior League will assist
in the service. On the Sunday follow
ing, the flrst Sunday in May. the Rev.
K. A. La Violette, of Juneau, will be in
Skagway, and he will occupy the pul
pit, both morning and evening. The
Kpworth League will meet at 8 o'clock
next Sunday evening, instead of 7.
BalM to Exhibit Eakimoi
L L. Bales, the well known Alaska
explorer, has left Seattle for Lake Ili
amma to procure 14 native Eskimos for '
the world's fair. Bales expects to in
duce three or four families to return
with him.
It is announced that Dick Crane will
exhibit the Alaska natives in the Muir
glacier building o. the Midway. It is .
intended to have a lake in the glacier, (
where the natives will fish and hunt for
seals, showing how they use their ky
aks and harpoons.
Wilt Lav Thane- d
The Alaska Club, of Seattle, has sent
to Senator Aakeny (or introduction in
congress a bill providing that any
miner may do a certain amount of work
on public roads, or pay to the gold com
missioner of his district the sum of $100,
this to be credited to him u assessment
work on his claim.
Ano bar Man Mlutng
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George Hager left Butte, Montana,
five yean ago and has not been heard
from since. Mrs. Hattie Greig, Box
1370, Butte, Montana, is making in
quiries for hiro.
Carpet Cleaning
Experienced man, dusts and lays car
pets. Process to scrub carpet without
removing from floor. House cleaning
in general. Residence, Fourteenth and ,
Broadway. 4 16 tf
N?v Spring Good*
New goods have arrived and are open
for your inspection, at P. Wolland's.
G6t prices at Royal Laundry for
'amily work, special rates in rough
iry, next to new electric plant.
A fine lunch and a large glass of
Rainier beer, at the Seattle Saloon for
10 cecta. tf '
1 cannot tell a ae, we must make a
little profit. Clavson & Co. .
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To Bullion Creek Miners
If you find that Duty, Freight \
and Customs Papers, added to )
Skagway prices makes your J
supplies cost too much. Come >
on to Whitehorse and outfit at >
Arctic Trading Co. j
We also carry a full assortment
of all kinds of TENTS
Capt. P. Martin, Manager. J
Front Street, Whitehorse, Y. T.
We buy our goods direct from Van- ?
couver, and pay no duty. <
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?13.00 Per Tod Delivered
Pacific Coast Company, i
L. M. West, AgU Phone 50 ]
No. 220.
n the United Htates District Court, (or the
District ol Alaska, Division No.l.
s'ellle B. Mix, complainant, vs. S. Wallace Mix
ro S. ? allaco Mlx.defendent: Oreotlng:
Id tbr name o( the United States ol America,
k'ou are herebv oommanded to be and ap|>car In
he above entitled court, bolden at Sksgwsy In
Mid division of said district and answer thu
?omplalnt Hied a*a rst you In the above en
Itlea action within thirty days from the date
>f the service of this summons and u copy of
.he said complaint upon you, and If you fall so
? appear and answer, for want thereof the
ilalctUr will apply to the court for the relief do
naaded In sal a complaint, a copy of which Is
served herewith.
This action Is brought for the dlaolutlon of
.he bonds of matrimony now existing between
llaintllf and defendant.
The (round alleged is for habitual drunken.
ie<u> for more than three years last passed.
The aanrlce of this summons was directed to
>r nUMlo by publication for six weeks In the
>aily Alaskan, at Skagway Alaska, by order or
he court dated February 16, 1904. The Brat
judication to be made the '.Hlh day of Febru
ary, 1801.
Andvou, the United States Marshal of Dlv
slon No. I, of the District of Alaska, or aay
leputy, are hereby required ui make service of
.his summons upon the said defendant as by
aw required ana you will make due return
leroof to the clerk of the court within forty
lays from the date of delivery to you with an
?tidowmeut hereon of your doings In the prem
In'wltness whereof 1 have hereto set my hand
md affixed the seul of the above oourt ibis Aid
lay of February, 11104.
(SEAL) W.J. Hills, Clerk.
By M.H. McLellan, Deputy.
. N. Wllcoxen, Complainants Attorney.
We have in stock the
Vanguard and Veritas
21 and 23 jewel: Crescent st., 21 jewel;
Appletwn, Tracy & Co. 1" jewel: B. W.
Raymond, 19 jewel; F. S. Bartlett, 17
jewel, and the Howard, Kockford and
Hamilton high grade movements. In
Bases we can give you solid gold and
the Boss and Crescent 25 year filled.
If you need a watch it will pay you
to get our prices before looking else
where. We guarantee saticfaction.
Gold and Silversmith
General Blacksmiths
and sizes
at very reasonable prices
Horse Blankets,
Dog Harness
and Whips |
Harness Shop in Connection
J We have a Good Line of
'Till your pocketbook
cannot reach
Don't Forget the
428 BROADWAY, Phone 52
Tony Dortero
Caribou Crossing
A Strictly
? Dining Room in Connection
Choicest Wines Liquors & Cigars
Whitehorse, Y. T.
New Management
Refurnished Throughout. First
Class In Every Respect
* Finest Cafe In the Northwest
riillinery Opening
The Most Exclusive Styles in Ready-to Wear
Hats For
Ladies Misses and Children.
We Have Some Very Pretty
Which With a Little Trimming Will Make Stylish Hats For Spring Wear
On Tuesday afternoon from 2 to 4 we will have a special afternoon sale
on Ladies Wash Collars.
Collars, regular price $1.00; we will sell at 60c.
Collars, regular price 75; we will sell at 40c.
Collars, regular price 65; we will sell at 35c.
These Collars Were Purchased From Marshal Field & Co. and Insures
You the Latest Styles and Designs.
Smelting 4 Refining Co.
Settla?ent> made Within I'lvf Iiiijn titer Krrrtpt nf Ore
Crofton, Vancouver Island, B. C.
Terminus W. P. & Y. Route
All South Bound Steamers Arrive and Depart From This Dr ck
Warehouses open for delivery of merchandise from 8 a. m. to 5 p.m.
Perishables ONLY delivered on Sunday or at night.
All freight shipments destined southbound must be accompanied by a
Shipper's Manifest (papers can be obtained at the U. 8. customs
office) and must be delivered before 5 p. m. No freight will be re
ceived on wharf after this hour.
BAGGAGE? Tolls will be collected on Checked Bagqage Oni.t. No
charge for bags and grips when unchecked.
The wharf gate will be closed to the public when steamer Is neariug
dock and will be opened only when passengers have disembarked.
Wharfage Tariff can be had on application at office on dock.
P. O. Box 175. C. E. WYNN-JOHNSON, Gen'l Mgr.
[email protected](sWjX!)?? sXsXs)????????^^
F. Wolland,
Corner State Street and Fifth Avenue
Telephone No. 76
should beware of cheap and poor beers' and '
Insist on having the Pure Genuine Artlcje. <
Rainier , Beer ^represents . the ., standard^ of^
highest purity?! There la nothing superior. to .
be found..'
Praimcr30 ?* SEATTicSSi

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