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THE DAILY ""SWT ALASKAN
CITV QFP1CIHL PHPER
So. 70 VOL VII.
SKAGWAY, ALASKA, THURSDAY APRIL 21, 1904 PRICE 10 CENTS
L. A. HARRISON. Hp.
Just Received
Chiffon Uclvcts
In All Colors
Also the First Shipment of
Summer Waists
Now On Display
'Phone 55
WHY SIJFFtR
from colds, coughs, rheumatism
and the other ills that come with
damp, chilly weather. Melief. if
not certain cure, is within easy
reach. Our stock of
DRUGS and MEDICINES
contains all the well known spe
cifics for tbese troubles. What
you or jour doctor want can be
quickly supplied.
Wild Cherry Cough S/rup
we guarantee it will give you re
1 ef. Has cured others.
Kelly S Co., Druggists
SKAGWAY, DAWSON NOME
If Your Hpuse Needs Papering, Call
Up Phone 4 or 8
H. STEWART,
Painter & Paperhanger
Estimates Given Free of Charge
AH Work Guaranteed
Residence at Dewey Hotel
JOHN WILLIAMS
EXPRESSMAN
Hauls C oal for 75 cents per ton.
Wood, Baggage and every
thing, cheaper than others.
Call up Phone 51
Frank S. Johnson ? J. O. Johnston
Whitehorse, Y. T. |
New Management,
Restaurant in
Connection
Johnson & Johnston
No Coal od the Paciflc Coast
Equals the
Ladysmith - Wellington
IT BURNS,
IT HEATS,
IT HOLDS FIRE
and
Makes LITTLE ASH
We have a large stock on h%nd of this
Coal, either
ALL LUMPS, Balk, 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.
i Dement & Gearhartl
'VALDfZ EAGLE WAGON ROAD
WILL Bf SURVEYED
Senate Committee Agrees to a Compromise
By Allowing Money for Survey of
Long Oyerland Road to Yukon
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan ]
Washington, April 21.? Senate com
mittee on appropriations agreed up
on a compromise on the subject of aid
for the Valdez-Kagle road by .granting
the money for the surveys only, at this
time. This proposition will probably
be agreeable to the house of represen
tatives, which will no doubt accept it
as a compromise
rOR CHANGE
Customs Headquarters Miy
Be Moved
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan ] |
Washington, April 21.? The house j
committee has reported lor passage |
the bill removing the customs head- i
quarters for the district of I'uget sound i
from Port Townseml to Seattle. [ i
Largo Attendance At Mission
A large congregation attended the J
service at St. Saviour's church la?t
evening. This evening at 8 o'clock ^ ;
there will be a mission address on
"Christian Citizenship," and answers J
to the questions placed in a box at the |
door. Tomorrow evening the topic 1
will be "Christian Franchise."
furnished Rooms j ,
Nicely furnished rooms by the day,
week or month. Corner Fifth Avenue
and State Street.
A new Hue of wall paper just re- ;
ceived on steamer Farallon by E. R. ,
Peoples. j
Barley's Views at your own price at
the Skagway News Company.
tlBA" WINS
Metropolitan Stakes Go to
the Favorite
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
London, April 21.? Before a vast
fathering at Epsom Downs today, Elba,
Lhe favorite won the Metropolitan
stakes; Mark Time, second, and Lov
satt, third.
Witneuet for Jan??o
Skasrwayans are being subpoenaed to ,
appear before the grand jury at Juneau ,
as witnesses. Those subpoenaed were
notified to be at Juneau, May 2.
Turner Fin d for Vacrancy
Charles Turner was fined $20 for vag- ,
rancy by Judge liogers thte morning ,
rhe tine will be served out in jail. 1
Bis Feed at ihn Puntheon
Charlie Walker's famous clam chow
3er, made from domestic clams, will be
served to the patrons of the Pantheon <
saloon, Saturday night. Those who ,
want a big time and a big feed will take |
It in.
Barley's Views at your own price at !
Lhe Skagway News Company.
MllWINS
Great Northern Magnate
Gains Important Point
Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
New York, April 21.? The Harriman
Pierce application for leave to inter
vene In the Northern Securities case
was refused today. This is regarded as
a great victory for the Hill-Morgan in
terests over the Rockefeller-Harriman
interests.
COME BACK
English KiDgand Queen Re
turn From Visit
'Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
London, April 21.? King Edward and
3ueen Alexandria returned today from
Copenhagen where they have been
risking King Christian, who is Alex
andria's father.
Ccnalaa Meat In Skngway
Godfrey Chealander, Skagway's pop
ular merchant, met a cousin this week
under unique circumstances.
Four of the Dolphin's passengers
were in Mr. Chealander's store, and he
recognized them as from his own native
Sweden. After a few minutes conver- (
sit ion, one of the men said to Mr. Chea
lander:
"I know you, you are my cousin."
The speaker was Frederick Peterson,
?ml his father and Mr. Chealander's
mother were brother and sister. The
sousins had not met for 20 years.
Mr. Peterson and his companions
went to Atlin.
Freik Meat
The Frye-Rruhn Co. keep all kinds .
3* fresh meat constantly on hand, tf
Vienna Bakery
Take vour coffee and hot rolls at the
Vienna Bakery. tf. <
the Best Cigar
Ever Sold on the Pacific Coast
is the
Manuel Lopez
Finely Furnished Rooms
Klectric Lighted Throughout
THE IMPERIAL HOTEL
GEO. W. CURTIS, PROP.
AMERICAN PLAN
I Front St. South P.O., Whitehorse, Y.T
Karo Corn
Syrup
Something New
Try a <2an
m
111
D
The Place Where You Save Money
By Spending It
d/rh/t -Avfce, /o -/b/jmart/j
dsn, GsrJvotfes _ -jiUjts y/<n<^r
jIotJl tf <$z?/& -$e4/&ns
THE ROSS HIGGrlNS CO. Sole Agents, Skagway and Juneau
[HE RUSSIANS TO PERSUE
ACTIVE TACTICS
New Russian Admiral Is In Favor of Aggres
siveness, But It Is Not Anticipated
That It Will Equal That ot Japs
[Special Dispa'.ch to Daily Alaskan.]
St. Petersburg, April 21.? Vice Ad
miral SkeidlofT, MakarofT'g successor,
believes Id persuing aggressive tactics
in the east, but aggressiveness does not
mean the same (or the Russians us it
does for the Japanese, especially since
the Japs have so many more ships than
the Russians have.
Advanot Army la Lars*
St. Petersburg, April 21 ?General
Baron Stakeleberg Iven, commander of
the First East Siberian corps, to which
belong the advance forces of Gen. Ku
ropatkin's army, has .'300,000 men in the
east at the present time. It is not in
tended that more be sent to him for a
while at least.
Alexlefi Hai Had Enoueb
Port Arthur, April 21. ? Viceroy
AlexielT has applied by telegraph to
the emperor to be relieved from the
position of viceroy. It is believed his
resignation has been accepted.
No Ch?nR? on Yala
St. Petersburg, April 21.? An official
telegram states that there is no change
in the situation on the Yalu river. The
Russians are now inland about 100
yards from the river and their outposts.
Railrond Is Compl <*t? d
St. Petersburg, April 21.? It is posi
tively asserted that the Bailkal rail
way was connected a few days ago, but
the line will not be opened for troops or
passengers for two months yet.
Vienna Bakery
Try your cold lunch at the Vienna
Bakery. tf.
Cutter shoes at Clayson's
For Kent
Two nicely furnished room, Geo. E.
Howard, Third avenue. 4 4 tf
Fur Collarettes, at Winters'. tf
Owing to the Unprecedented Demand
for Gage Bats
our second large shipment was not sufficient and we
have telegraphed our purchasing agent for a third
order which will be here in'10 days.
Chealanders, mi. Avenue,
WILL GO
Collector Andrews To Be
Transferred to Eagle j
Clarence L. Andrews, the popular
and efficient deputy collector of customs
(or the port of Skagway, will be trans
ferred to Eagle. He received his or
ders from Collector Jarvis ^esteiday on
the City of Seattle notifying him that
his duties as deputy coll- ctor at Skag
way will cease Aprill 30, and that from
and after May 1 he will be deputy col- ,
lector of customs for Eagle.
Mr. Andrews will be succeeded at
Skagway by Matthew.Bridge, who for
mally resided in this city and was con- '
nected with the customs service. He
left here early in 1899 and has l>een at
Sitka since that time.
Mr. Andrews will leave Skagway as
?ioon after May 1 as he can get satlsfac- 1
tory transportation to Eagle.
City of Saattla Salli
The City of Seattle sailed last night
at 9 o'clock for the south with about a
dozen passengers.
Famous Oystar Ccoktalla
;
The Pack Train saloon is now serv
ing Elmer Chamberlain's famous oyster
cocktails. t' j
When in Whitehorse stop at the1
Windsor, only first class house in town. !
Is your washing sanfactory ? >.re
your clothes torn? If no or yes, try the
Skaewav Hand Laundry, and you will
be satisfied. , 3 20
LAST ONE
No More Dawson Passenger
Stages After Tuesday
The last [passenger stage to leave
Whitehorse for Dawson will start next
Tuesday. All its accommodations hare
been sold, so the W. P. & Y. R. is now
out of the passenger business until the
opening of the river for navigation, un
less it shall be determined to handle
some in canoes later in the season.
The trail to Dawson, already in bad
shape, is getting worse daily. It is ex
peet that the river will open up in
"front Whitehorse this week and that
the crossings farther north will be
dangerous next week.
Eaglea Are Growing
At an unusuaily large meeting of the
Eagles last night, August Brotbeck.
Elmer Farmer, Harry Middleman,
Knute Anderson and Thomas Maguire
were initiated. A social session follow
ed the regular meeting.
Clam Chowder at the Panthaou
There will be a big feed at the Pan
theon saloon Saturday night. ^ Clam
chowder, domeslit clams and Charlie
Walker's brew, will be served free to
the patrons.
Baths at the Portland Lodging House,
25c; new porcelain tub. This house
has never been bothered with frozen
pipes. Come take a bath. 10 3 lmo
A new line of wall paper just re
ceived on steanrer Farallon by E. R.
Peoples. ,
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 seeds to be
given away. They are yours for the asking. _ .
' Wm. Britt, The Druggist

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