[Continued from Page I.]
Baltic i'lMt to Frjnt
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan ]
St. Petersburg. April i">. The Rus
sian Baltic fleet is being prepared (or
immediate dispatch to the far east.
Everything indicates active pre para- 1
t ions for a vigorous prosecution of the
Iadiroct Aid for Rinl*
London, April 25. Germany has
given up torpedo boats that are beinj:
built on contract by private parties so
that they may be bought by Russia.
Opposition to Ruitisa Plan*
London. April 35. ? There is much
popular opposition to Russia's sending
the Baltic fleet to the far east.
Russia has made application for per
mission for the BlaCk sea fleet to pass
Seattle Poluvni iii Arrests
His Owl Sen .
[Special Dispatch to l>a y Alaskan.]
Seattle, April 1' trolraan Cam
eron, of the Seattle jwlice force, last
night arres'etl hi> own son in the act of
burglarizing a store.
Will Stop D ssrtlons
A detal of soldiers was sent up the
railway on this morning's train for the
purpose of preventing deserters from
getting out of American territory.
Word was received that the Karallon
would arrive at noon todav from Ju
neau. but she did not reach| port
until 3:30 o'clock. |
If Yoi Lov. T?o> Wif?
If you love your wife or your sweet
heart, buy her candy at the
Fourth Avenue anil Broadway.
Take your co'Tee and hot rolls at the i
Vienna Bakery. tf.
Got Spring Suit*
A large assortment of tht^ la' - st pat- 1
terns in men's suiting havr beoti re
ceived at the store of F. V. .illand, Fifth !
avenue and State street.
Heavyweight ulsters at C'ayson & 1
German Emperor to Have
Palace at Poseu
[Special Dispatch to Dai y Alaskan.] j
Berlin, April 25. ? The Pru-siandiet
has voted a milliou ami a quarter dol
lars for the erection of a palace for the j
emperor at 1'oscn.
Curd < f Thauhs
On behalf of the relatives of the late
Felix Kstrada, we'desire to extend our
thanks to those friends of Skagway and
Whitehorse who rendered aid. comfort
and sympathy during his last illness.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Young.
Skagway, April 25, 1904.
Mr. and Mrs \V. C. Hlanchard are j
the parents of a big baby boy born at
Portland, Oregon, April 18 The news J
was received by George Blanoliard, j
Sat unlay night. Mrs Hlanchard and
'?Hill" Hlanchard, Jr.. were both doing
Mrs. Roger* Entrr :aln?
Mrs. J. 1'. Rogers entertained at her |
home at the I'ullen house this after- 1
noon, in honor of Mi s. J. E. Pharo and |
Mrs. Fred F. Connor. The jiopular
game, "500," was played by the large!
number of guests. Delicious refresh- '
ments were served and a delightful i
Felix Ei'mdu Bnrieil
The funeral of Felix Kstrada took
p!a e yestenlav afternoon from St Sa
viour's Kpiscopal church. The services
wore conducted by llev. James G. (.'am
erou at 2 o'clock. There were many
Mn Mulony Woiso
II. D. Kirmse received a telegram
this morning from Mrs. Kirm>e, saving
that her "sister, Mrs. John F. Mulony,
was worse, and that she will no* return !
on the Humboldt. Mrs. Cleveland will j
Card C!nb Meets
The Saturday Aftern on Card C lub,
met at the home of Mrs. Fred C'allar
man Saturday afternoon. Seven-hand
euchre * was played. Refreshments
were served and a pleasant time had
The attendance was large.
Mrs. A. S. Dautrick won the first
prize for the month, a Havi and China
chop plate: Mrs. C. H Haraden, second
prize. a cut glass dish, and Mrs. George
K. Howard, thin! paizo, a Haviland
China cup and saucer.
Get your ice cream for Sunday dinner
at the Boss Bakery. 4 2 tf
Shoup Re-appointed United
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan]
Washington April 25.? President
Itooaevoll today sent the name of Jin.
M. Shoup to the senate (or re
appointment as United States marshal
for the first division of Alaska.
For the 24 hoars preceding 6 o'clock
a. .n., April 25, 1904:
Highest temperature, 57 above.
Lowest temperature, 33 above.
H. D. Clark,
U. S. Voluntary Observer.
Vienna Ba' ery
Ice cream ami sola water at the
Vienna Bakery. 'Phone 35 tf.
I'rreh M ?t
The Frye-Bruhn 'Co. keep all kinds
o* fresh meat constantly on hand, tf
Good music at the Totem every day.
Fur coats at Clavson's.
Fur Collarettes, at Winters'. tf
Notloe of Stockholders' Meeting
Office of Engineer Mining Company.
To the Stockholders of the Engineer
Please take notice that the annual
meeting of the stockholders of the En
gineer Mining Company will be held at
the otllcp of the company, in the city of
Skagway, District of Alaska, on Mon
day, the 25th day of April, 1904, at 10
o'clock a. m., for the purpose of elect
ing a Board of Directors, and for the
transaction of such other business as
may properly come before the meeting.
The stock transfer books of the com
pany will be closed on Saturday, the
ikl day of April, 11*04, at t; p. m , and
will remain closed until \\ ednesday,
the 27th day of April, 1904, at 10 o'clock
By order of the Board of Directors.
Dated March 24, 1904.
Notice Forft ituro
To all persons interested in the SVag
You are hereby notified that I have
expended *100 in labor upon the Sksg
wav Chief lode, about two miles north
of the town of Skagway, on the east side
of the Skagway river, in order to hold
said premises under the provision of
Section 2324, Revised Statutes of United
Mutes, being the amount required to
hold the same for year ending 1903. and
if within ninety days after this notice
you fail to contribute your proportion
of such expenditure as a co-owner,
vour interest in said claim will become
the property of the subscriber under
said Section 2324. E. MA1IEK.
Date of first publication Jan. 9.
W. B. Robison, [representing the Bel
lingham Hay brewery, of Belllngham,
and ths Olympia brewery, arrived en
the Al-Ki. He will leave on the Hum
i Major A. E. Snyder returned to
Whitehorse this morning, accompany
ing his niece, Miss Holmes, who arrived
on the Princess May.
| H. A. Van Amringe, the well known
wholesale llquour representative, ar
rived on the Al-ki and is at the Fifth
Harry Schraeder arrived on the Prin
cess May. He will serve as pilot next
summer on the Prospector.
. Charles Watson, at one time engaged
in the hotel business at Whitehorse,
arrived on the Princess May .
GvteU of Mr. and )!?' J. P. Rogm
I Major A. E. Snyder, of Whitehorse.
' and Miss Jessie Holmes, of Edinburgh,
Scotland, were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
I J. P. Rogers, at the Pullen House,
A COMMON ERROR
Tk? Sana Miitak* I* Mad? By Many
I Alaska Poople
It's a common error
To plaster the aching back,
To rub with liniment rheumatic
When the trouble comes from the
1 Doan's Kidney Pills cure all kidney
C. A. GHson, switchman in the R. R.
yards, of 1215 Jackson street, Red Bluff.
Cal., says: "For six months I knew
my kidneys were in some way upset,
probably weakened from the contrac
tion of a cold which settled across the
loins or perhaps excited from overexer
tion. Be that as it may, when my back
was aching I asked Mrs, Gilson to go to
the drug store one day for Doan's Kid
ney Pills and I took a course of the
treatment. It stopped the backache.
Up to date there has not been a sym
! torn of a recurrence, thus proving to
me conclusively that Doan's Kidney
] Pills act as represented."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
' cents per box.
I Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.,
sole agents for the U. S. Remember
> the name, Doan's, and take no substi
Two nicely furnished room, Geo. E.
Howard, Third avenue. 4 4 tf
Write Sewell Drug and Curio Store,
Haines, Alaska, for Alaska native made
moccasins, baskets and all kinds of \ u
kon and Arctic curios, nugget jewelry
and souvenir goods. Strictly wholesale
prices, any quantity.
r^With Some of Our New.
A Splendid Assortment ol These Goods Just Recived,
Lace Curtains, all styles, 75c to $10
Portiers from $2.50 to $12.00 a pair
Couch Covers from $2.50 to $10 each
Also Some New Rugs and Art Squares
GEO. BL AN CHARD, Mgr.
Fire and Lite
524 FOURTH AVE., SKAGWAY
Dfflce Hours: From 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to
4 and 7 to 9 p. m.
J. A. BAUGHMAN/.M. D.
Office In Old City Hall
rhree Doors F.ast of Britts' Pharmacy
j IS WORTH A BARREL j
OF POOR STUFF I
I ' 't
Sash. Doors, Moulding & Shingles
j E.R. PEOPL ES j
VVWk%ViVVVbWV>\ - \V? VVVtr & WV.V.WWWW H ?.
CONSIDER WELL THE QUALITY !
The Reputation of the Manut acturer Is a Guaranty of Value- The Different Lines Presented Below Represent a Selection ol the Very Best
fj. $. and m.
They have the Style.
Snap and Fitting Qual
ity. Everything a tail
or can put in a suit
They Cost About One'
Half of That
$12.50 to $30
Shim and neckwear
You Will Find Them Here In a
Large Variety of Patterns
There Are None Better
Shirts, $L50; Ties, 35c. to 75c.
?lotoi b. Stetson*
and Gordon fiais
We Have Them In Soft and Stiff
All Latest Shapes
From $4.00 to $5.00
6to. B. Bains & Son's
fine Dress Suit
Cases, and Club
They Are It For Style
Nothing Like Them
Shown Here Before
From $3.50 to $22.50
Carhai tt Overalls
& Cordur-y Pants
F. H. CLAYSON A COJ
I Agents For?
A. A. Cutter Shoes.
$5.00 to $7.00
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