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THE DAILY ""SWT ALASKAN
CITV OFPICIRLPHPER
No 71 VOL VII SKAGWAY, ALASKA, FRIDAY APRIL 22, 1904
PRICK 10 TEXTS
BUTTERICK PATTERNS FOR MAY
fluslin Underwear
We are showing a choice line of Muslin
Underwear. Silk Lisle and Cotton Under
vests Plain and Fancy Hosiery.
Shirt Waists
Are selling last and our Eastern Line
will be here on next P. C. boat.
Summer Gloves
Silk and Milanese Suede G-loves, in Cham
pagne, Pearl Grey. Black, White- Blue
and Pink from 50c to $1.50 a pair.
New Trimmings
Chiffon Velvets. Appliques, Allovers and
Medallions
We make a specialty of Val and Tor
chon Laces and Beadings, which are be
ing much used for the late style handker
chiet corset covers.
'PHONE 55
WHY SlifTfR
from colds, coughs, rheumatism
and the other ills that come with
damp, chilly weather. Helief, if
not certain cure. i? within easy
reach. Our stock of
DRUG 3 and MEDICINES
contains all the well known spe
cifics for these troubles. What
you or your doctor want can be
quickly supplied.
Wild Cherry Cough Svrup
we guarantee it will give you re
I'ef. Has cured others.
Kelly & Co., Druggists
SKAGWAY, DAWSON NOME
If Your House Needs Papering, Call
Up I'hone 4 or 8
H. STEWART,
Painter & Paperhanger
Estimates Given Free of Charge
A'l Work Guiraateed
Residence at Dew- 7 Hotel ?
JOHN WILLIAMS
? ?EXPRESSMAN
Hauls Coal for 75 cents per ton,
Wood, Baggage and every
thing, cheaper ihan others.
Call up Phone 51
Frank X. Johnson ? J. O. Johnston
Whitehorse, Y. T.
New Management,
Restaurant in
Connection
Johnson & Johnston
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
ALL, LUMPS, Bulk, delivered, $13 00
DOUBLE SCRtENED, in sacks 13 00
Shaw & Johnson
Phone 11, Moore's Wharf.
E. A. GUILBAULT, Selling Agent
'Phone 6 j
Snow Shoes, Sleds,
Dog Harness, &c.
i Dement & Gearhart
ADMITTED FDAT RUSSIA IS
READY FOR PEACE
Czar Would Like to Resume Negotiations
With Japan and Is Willing to Accept
Terms Previously Refused
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
Paris, April 32? It is confidently as
serted in diplomatic circles that the
Russians are now willing to resume ne
gotiations tint were broken off by the
Japanese owing to the non-delivery of
the last Russian note by Alexieff. It is
conceded that Russia would consent to
terms that were positively declined in
the past. It is understood that King |
Edward has been entrusted with the '
terms which Russia will be willing to |
accept. They will not be made public
unless negotiations should be formally
resumed.
Blttar Feelings Against Am rloaoi
and British
Berlin, April 22,? A dispatch from
Harbin, Manchuria, says:
"Great bitterness has been aroused
throughout Manchuria against the
Americans and British, because it is
generally believed that their vessels
took part in the bombardment of Pvrt
Arthur under the Japanese Mag. The
feeling is so strong that Americans and
British are not safe anywhere In Man
churia. A man named Reilly, aa Amer
ican, and >everal others, including a
man named Davidson, a Canadian, have
disappeared. The authorities are look
ing for them.
"It is reported that an Englishman
was arrested at I'ort Arthur a% a spy
not long ago and that he was taken to
Mukden later and hanged."
Ale 1 1. ?f Hu Completely Coll>p?d
Washington, April 22.? Announce
ment has been received from St. t
Petersburg of the withdrawal o( Vice
roy AlexiefT from the direction of af
fairs in the far east.
Together with the announcement of
the withdrawal of AlexiefT comes the
story of the rise aDd complete fall of
the radical element- in Russia, headed
by AlexiefT and BozobraizofT. The news i
was received with much interest in of- '?
ficial circles here. 1
"Bay an Not Damaged
Port Arthur, April 22.? The cruiser
Hayan has suffered no damage from the
hail of shells that were poured upon
her from the Japanese warships when
she went to the assistance of the Hub- (
sian torpedo boat destroyed just pre
vious to the sinking of the Petropau
lovisk.
No Chancs at Port Arthur
Port Arthur, April 22.? The sstuation
here remains unchanged.
There are no signs of the enemy's
transports off the coast any place.
Qairan'lm Is Off
The quarantine for scarlet fever was
raisfd from the Thompson residence to
today. For the first time in weeks the
city is free from this disease.
Fresh Meat
The Frye-Bruhn Co. keep all kinds
of fresh meat constantly on hand, tf
Barley's Views at your own price ai
the Ska'gway News Company.
Timm n* Hold* Position
J. L. Timmins, whom it was sought
to prevent holding the position of alder
man at Dawson, to which he hail beeen i
elected, because of his having been pre
viously convicted of manslaughter at
Juneau, won out at the hearing in the
territorial court. Justice Craig held
that Timmins, having been pardoned
by the president of the United States,
was as a man who had never been con
victed.
Good music at the Totem every day.
TO SAVE IT
Seattle Company May Rntee
Ship at Tucoma
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
Tacotna, April 22, ? The Seattle Sal
rage Company proposes raising the
Adalina, the ship which turned turtle
in this harbor several years ago with
a valuable cargo on board. The cap
Lain and many of the crew of the Ada
Una were drowned.
LONG WAV
Troops Ordered Via San
Francisco
[Special DlspatoS to Daily Alaskan.]
Washington, April 22.? The war de
partment has ordered that the addition
al troops being sent to Alaskan points
shall go by way of San Francisco and
the Lower Yukon Via St. Michael.
GOES BROKE
? '
Theatrical Manager Gie?
Into Bankruptcy
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan]
New York, April 22.? A. M. Palmer,
the theatrical manager, has gone Into
bankruptcy in this city. The assets
and liabilities are not given.
BlE F??d at the Pantheon
Charlie Walker's famous clam chow
der, 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.
Vienna Bakery
Take your coffee and hot rolls at the
Vienna Bakery. tf.
Fur coats at Clavson's.
the Best Cigar
Ever Sold on the Pacific Coast
Is the
Manuel Lopez
Finely Furnished I looms
Electric Lighted Throughout
THE IMPERIAL HOTEL
GEO. W. CURTIS, PROP.
AMERICAN PLAN
Front St. South P.O., Whitehorse,Y.T
Karo Corn
Syrup
Something New
Try a Can
fin
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u
The Place Where You Save Money
By Spending It
djmU /4
0^ cut/ asTJiofes _ -jfliiJl' y^nor
jlcmA ?f c*/aJfy $?4f&rns c/eciy,
THE ROSS-HIG-GINS CO. Sole Agents, Skagway and Juneau
SKAOWAY TO NAVE ANOTHER
STEAMSHIP TINE
Victoria People Negotiating For a Big Liner
To Put on the Lynn Canal Route
Complain of Unfair Treatment
Viotoria, April 22.? The citizens of ,
Victoria are negotiating for the pur
chase of a sister ship of the Eurembla 1
now in the Australian trade. If the'
purchase sha'l be corsummated the big
steamship will be placed on the Vic- .
toria-Skagway run this summer. '
The Victoria business men feel that
the steamship lines now operating on
the northern route are giving Seattle
and Vancouver an advantage over their
port, and it is for this reason that they
are acting.
GOES UP
Assistant Bt comes Postoflice
Inspector
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
Vancouver, April 22. ? J. Greenfield,
assistant postofflcer inspector, has been
appointed to succeed the late Inspector
Dorman.
Cutter shoes at Clayson's
IS BROKE
Hawaii Virtually Bankrupt.
Asking for Aid
[Special Dispatch to -Daily Alaskao.]
Washington, April 22. ? Hawaii is
virtually bankrupt. The passage of
epecial laws is urged to save the islands
from financial ruin.
Fur Collarettes, at Winters'. tf
Owing to the Unprecedented Demand
Tor gage fiats
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, firth Avenue,
NEW PLAN
Chicago University Will.
Adopt Oxford System
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan ]
Chicago, April 22.? It is announced
today that the University of Chicago
will start the Oxford idea of teaching.
It will abandon the university system
obtaining throughout the United
States. The change will be made at
the expense of $3,000,000, which amount
will be contributed by John D. Rocke- j
feller.
SKAGWAY WEATHER I
1 For the 24 hours preceding 6 o'clock .
a. aL, April 22, 1904:
Highest temperature, .r)2 above.
Lowest temperature, 39 above.
H. D. Clark,
U. S. Voluntary Observer.
Furnished Rooms J
Nicely furnished rooms by the day, j
week or month. Corner Fifth Avenue .
and State Street.
i'amoui Oyiter C>oktall* 1 1
The Pack Train saloon is now serv
ing Elmer Chamberlain's famous oyster I
cocktails.
When in Whitehorse stop at the j
Windsor, only first class house in town. I
Is your washing satitactoryV \re
your clothes torn? If no or yes, try the
Skaffway Hand Laundry, and you will <
be satisfied. 3 20
IS RAISED
Snbra rine Boat Brought to
the Surface
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
London, April 22 ?The submarine
boat which was run down by the Bar
wick Castle March 16, resulting in the
loss of the crew of eleven men, was
raised today and docked at Portsmouth.
An inquest will be held tomorrow over
the recovered bodies
Little Girl Broke Herlfg
Little Madge Case, daughter of Mr.
ind Mrs. W. H. Case, while playing in
the yard yesterday evening fell and
broke her leg above the knee. She is
resting easily today, and Dr. Baugh
raan says she will make a speedy recov
ery.
Idyle Hour Dane j To lUht
The Idyle Hour Club will give one of
its regular dances tonight in the Mac
-abee hall. A good attendance is ex
pected. ?
Clam Chiwdor at the Pantheon
There will be a big feed at the Pan
theon saloon Saturday night. Clam
showder, domestit 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
tias never been bothered with frozen
pipes. Come take a bath. 10 3 lmo
A new line of wall paper just rc
jeived on steamer Farallon by E. R.
Peoples.
PERFUMES OF flANY KIND5
IN LARGER ASSORTMENT THAN EVER AT
Wm. Britt, The Druggist

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