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HE DAILY ALASKAN
No. 9 ) VOL VII.
CITV OFFICIAL PH PER
TkAGWAyT^LASEA, SATURDAY MAY 14, 1904 PK1CE 10 Cl^NTS
HARRISONS
to Bazaar am! Mcnirwajr News Co.
- Delineators for June -
LATE B00KS
Sir Mortimer, by .Mary Johnstone.
Pigs In Clover, by Frank Dauby.
My Friend Prosper, by Henry Harland.
Mississippi Hubble, by Kmerson Hough.
John Burt, by Fred U. Adams.
Tomorrow's Tangle, by (ieraldine Bonner.
The Torch, by Herbert M. Hopkins.
The Little Shephard of Kingdom Come, by
John Fox.
Hesper. by Hamlin (iarland.
Kppygrams of Dinkelspiel. by (ieo. Hobart.
The Call of the Wild, by Jack London.
The Boss. by A if red Henry Lewis.
The Fortunes of Fifi, by Mollie Sewall.
Da veil of the Ble>sed Isles, by Irving Bacheilor
The Lions of the I. >rd. by Harry Leon Wilson,
Slenders. by Harry Leon Wilson.
Lady Kose.'s Daughter, by Mrs. Ward.
Wolfville Days and Wolfville Nights*, by Alfred
Henry Lewis.
Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm, by Kate Wiggin
The Sub-titue. by Will N. Harbin.
The < >ne Woman, by Thomas Dixon.
The Captain of the Grev Horse Troop, by Ham
lin (iarland.
Mariella of < >:it West, by Ella Higginson.
A Choice Line of (iift Books Always on Hand.
THONE 55
Sweeter than tove
Piow's Candies
Fresh From the Factory '
N'ev.- s'v!( > and souvenirs of St.
Louis Fair
This shipment of Candies is the
tinest ever received in Alaska.
Chocolates,
Bon-bons and
> ?
Fruit Tablets
11 Sizes and Prices.
See Our Window
Kelly i Co., Druggists
SKAGWAY, DAWSON NOME
If Your Hou-j^ Needs Papering, Tall
U p Phone 4 or 8
H. STEWART,
Painier & Paperhanger
Estimates Given Free of Charjjo
A'l Work Guaranteed
llesidence at Dewt-y Hotel
JOHN WILLIAMS
EX PI I KSSM A N
Hauls Coal 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
Johnson & Johnston
MMUfL LOPfZ,
PRIVtlPE OE G.EES
? VAN DYKE Cigars
AT THIS
We Have All the Latest
FIREARMS
And a Full Lins of Fishing Tackle.
-I Dement & Gearhart!
JAPAN'S SECOND ARMY
GOES 10 THE FRONT
Seventy Thousand Men Depart from Chen
ampo in 83 Ships to Make War Upon
the Legions of the Czar
[Special Dispatch to the Dally Alaskan.]
Seoil, May 14.? The second Japanese
army, consisting of "0,000 men, left
Chenamjtt on 83 transits yesterday.
The soldiers were crowded into the ves
sels In the closest manner possible.
One ship had .3800 aboard.
In spite of the discomforts there was
no grumbling by the men.
Japmaaa Lni Torptdo Buut
Tokio, May 14 ? The Japanese tor
pedo boat No. 4it was destroyed while
removing Russian mice's at Kerr bay,
near l'oit Dalney, yesterday. Seven
wire killed and seven wounded. This
is the first warship to be lost by the Ja
panese since the beginning of the war.
Port Arthur Agatu Shut Off
St Pitersburg, May 14.? Both tele
graphic and railway communican with
Port Arthur has been cutoff.
No further particulars have been re
ceived of the blowing up of the docks at
Port Dalney.
American Warthlp to the Front
Shanghai, May 14.? The United
States cruiser New Orleans has left for
Ch foo. The Chinese in the vicinity of
Newchwang are restless, and it is con
sidered advisable to have a warship
ship Dear when the Russians withdraw
from Newchwang.
Now* to Tham
^ London, May 14. The American line
officers in London know nothing of the
[rumor originating in' Paris that the
Russians are seeking to purchase the
American liners St. Louisand St. Paul.
Information Source
St. Petersburg, May 14.-? Much un
cei 'ainty exists as to what has occurred
at the seat of war Kuroki's plans
are carefully guarded by the Japan: se. !
The general opinion here is that ,
heavy lighting will occur within a fort
night. ? ?
Advices indicate the Japanese are
pushing the campaign in Southern
Manchuria with great energy. The
rainy season, which always renders the
roads impassable, begins within six
weeks, and Japan likely hopes to make
her position and to secure a decisive
engagement before tb? rains set in.
C *?r to Bid Armj Goodbye
St. Petersburg. May, 14.? The emper
or is arranging to go to KharkofT, May
23, to bid farewell to the Tenth army i
corps upon its departure for the east.
TURKS KILLING ARMENIANS;
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan ]
l'aris, May 14. -The news has rcachfd
here that the Turks are again butcher
? iug the Armenians. A Constantinople
'dispatch reports that Turkish troops
hare burned Tillages in the Sissaun
district of Armenia, ami hare killed all
the inhabitants. The French embassa
dor is sending a consul to Erzeroum in
the hope of limiting the destruction
and bloodshed.
BIS FIRE AT PORTLAND
The Willamette city's sawmill district
burns to the ground causing a loss of
$300,000.
(Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.)
Portland, Ore., May 14 ? The sawmill district in the southern portion of Portland's
waterfront 011 the west side of the Willamette was visited by one of the worst conflagra
tions in the history of this city last night.
Tne fire destroyed the mills of the Day Lumber Co., Ira Powers ?fc Co's mill, the
Multnomah trunk and box factory and the Jones Lumber Company's mill. The loss is
about $300,000.
SELLS SHIPS
Chili Disposiue; of Nnval
Vessels
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
Santiago, Chili, May 14.? The Chilian
cruisers Esmeralda and Charabuco
have been sold to Charles R. Flint, of
New York. The price paid was *5, 250,
000. Doth are very fast vessels. Flint
is probably acting for l'eru or Brazil.
GHorgla Arrlye? und Dop?rt?
The Georgia arrived at 11 o'clock
this morning and sailed out two hours
later. She had seven passengers and
Juneau ma'.l for Skagway,
Spring chicken and Eastern oysters
at the Pack Train restaurant.
Clayson & Co. carry the largest stock
of overcoats in town.
The leading barbershop and baths
The Principal, opposite Board of Trade
FIRST OUT
LaFrfincc Starts Down From
Whitehorse
WbiteVorse, May 14.? The La France |
will leave here this afternoon for the j
head of Lake La Barge. She will prob
ably try to ascend the Tahkini river.
Thistle In (ioinjs Down
The Thistle passed bi ; Salmon at
2:45 p. ra, yesterday with four cattle
scows going down stream.
No Late R port of Columbian
No report from the Columbian, com
ing up stream, since 10 a. m. yester
day, when she passed Ogilvie. There '
was no operator at Stewart yesterday
so she was not reported there.
Canadian Going Dews
The Canauiun left Selkirk going
down stream at 8:45 o'clock last night.
To loo Creum Lovor*
Chocolate, Vanilla and Marasquen ice
cream served Sunday at the Boss
Bakery.
SfND MORE
Germany to Reinforce South
African Strength
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
Berlin, May 14.? Germany will send
reinforcements to German Southwest
Africa. It is announced that Prince
Joachim Albrecht will accompany
them.
Mena at the Seattle Tonight
Home roast chicken, home roast
rump of an ox, salads and cheese,
chipped caribou and the wetest booze
with best of music in Skagway this
evening. Yours,
Poor Little Herman.
Seasoned Lumber
Good seasoned lumber for sale cheap.
Inquire at Monogram Liquor House".
Suits to order at fronk $18 up at the
American Tailors.
To Bullion Creek Miners
WE PAY NO DUTY
If vou find that Duty, Freight
. anil Customs Papers, added to
Skagway prices makes your
supplies cost too much. Come
on to Whitehorse and outfit at
the
Arctic Trading Co.
We also carry|a full assortment
of all kinds of TENTS
Capt. P. Martin, Manager.
Front Street, Whitehorse, Y. T.
We buy our goods direct from Van
; couver, and pay no duty.
| Finely Furnished Rooms
Electric Lighted Throughput
THE IMPERIAL HOTEL
GEO. W. CURTIS, PROP.
AMERICAN PLAN
Front St. South P.O., Whitehorse, Y.T
There Is No Butter on the Market Equal
to the
Rose of ?llonsburg
We express it every 5 dsys to Seattle direct from the factojy iD F.1
lensburg and in that way we can depend on having it fresh and nice
* at all times. It costs a few cents more but people that like pood
butter appreciate it.
Our Sales 01 It Are Growing
Every Year
k BIBS ll
Sole Agents for Rose of Rllensburg Butter. ^
/?U) a/ft
THE ROSS-HIGG-INS CO. Sole Agents, Skagway and Juneau
Strawberries
We will receive ten crates of fine Straw
berries on the Humboldt tomorrow.
Place Your Orders Early.
! Chea^anders, Fifth Avenue,
MUST PAY
Cigarette Driers to Be
Licensed
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
Winnipeg, May 14. ? A license of $200
has been required by the city council
of all cigarette sellers in this city
for Rout
Nicely furnished rooms. Inquire at ?
the Home Bakery next the Golden j
North Hotel. 4-30-3t.
Fur Collarettes, at Winters'. tf
You make no mistaken leaving your
orders for suits at the American Tail
ors.
Barley's Views at your own price at
the Skagway News Company.
STATIONERY
Come in and let us show you the very latest in this line.^c^>
Wm. Britt, The Druggist
BUY DITCH
Nome's Big Company Gets
More Property
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
Victoria, May 14. ? Controlling inter
est in the Miocene Ditch Company of
Nome has been purchased by the Pio
neer Mining Company of Nome, which
latter company is composed of F. Au
gustus Heinze and San Francisco capi
talists.
A Written Guarantr*
That our ice cream and ice cream soda
is the best and purest in Skagway.
5 14 tf Boss Bakery.
Notioa/
At 10 a. m. Wednesday, the 18th. we
will soil at auction in front of the F. C.
S. S. Company office, Second and Broad
way, all unclaimed baggage which has
been on hand over one year.
L. M. West, Agent.
Skagway, Alaska, May 13, 1904.
Vienna Bakery
Special orders filled on short notice at
the Vienna Bakery. 'Phone 35 tf.
Ice cream, water ices and sherbets of
any kind and quantity, delivered to any
part of the city, by the Boss Bakery.

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