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JOHN W, TROT, KDITOR
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COinVL'1 THE U*
1( an j one ha."^oubt about the |
truth of the assertion frequently made
by the Daily Alaskan that it is the rule ^
,B territory for the federal govern
ment to bear the expense of the salar
ies of the judge, of the district court. ,
the salaries of the governor and secre
tary, the per diem, mileage and ind
dental expenses of the
that will he necessary for the doubter
to do in order to dispel his misgivings ,
to to consult the federal statutes
at large, which may be found in any ]
lawyer's office. There is no lawyer but
who will admit the facts to be as ha*
N-en said by the Daily *??*?
cause they are plainly set forth m the
Uwsof congress.
Some of the territories have had an
extra session or so of the legislature 1
for which they have had to pay, bu
those have been because of unusua.
conditions or because of wanton extrav
agance. Washington territory was or
ganized in 1S53, and became a sta'e in
In the 36 years that elapse!
while it was operating under territor
ial government there were two extra
sessions of the legislature. One o
these was to provide ways and mean* to
equip a militia during the two years
Indian war, that came near extertr- mat
ing the white settlements on Puget
(ouivd, and the other was after the ter
ritory had '.acquired a population ex
ceeding a quarter of a million souls ami
when the business had become so great
that a 40-day s' session was found to be
too short a time for the legislature to
complete its work in. The one extra
session was at a time of extreme peril,
and the other after the territory had
become amply able to bear the expense.
Moat of the legislatures in Washington
territory turned back into the federal
treasurv an unexpended balance of the
appropriation made by congress for leg
isla'tve expense?. In U? this unex
pended balance exceeded M000.
The Daily Alaskan believes that the
administrations of Alaskan municipali
ty and the commercial development
of the district have disclosed the peo
ple of Alaska t ) tx?sess a high order of
intelligence, integrity and business ca
pacity. It believes in Alaska's present
and its future, and it has confidence in
the patriotism, public spirit and hon
esty of its people. It protests that to
aaaer tthat they should be denied self-gov
eminent because some people residing
in some other locality at sometime in
their history displayed an incapacity or
were criminally extravagant Is as libel
ous on the fair name of Alaska as it is
childish and absurd.
The Portland Oregoiiian and other
newspapers have concluded chat the
Bryan strength in the democratic na
tional convention will be strong enough
to prevent the nomination of Parker.
It suggests Major McClellan, of New
York, as a probable nominee.
The Whitehorse excursion which
will take place one week from tomor
row is worth; of patronage for many
reasons. It will be an inexpensive out
ing, taking with it an opportunity to
witness an excellent program of ath
letic and field sports. It will also en
courage the further development of the
good feeling between the two White
Pass cities that already exists in a
marked degree, and which is a neces
sary element in promoting the develop
ment of the northern country.
The Nome News says "the democrats
have carried New York city in presi
dential elections by 160,000, and then
they failed to carry the state."
It is not quite so bad as that. A
democratic majority of 80, 000 below
Harlem always meant a democratic vic
tory in the state until recent year*. In
1902 the democratic majority below the
Harlem exceeded 130,000 for the first
time in history, and the state was lost.
A fine lunch and a large glass of
Rainier beer, at the Seattle Saloon for
10 cents. tf i
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PERSONAL MENTION
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I1
I. Sowerby, who spent several days
in the city, returned to Haines this
morning,
A. M. Banner man, one of Dawaon's
pioneer hay and feed men, arrived on
the Princess May.
Harry W. Taylor was In the city t
from Bennett, last night, returning
this morning.
H. O. Johnson, purser of the White
horse, arrived on the Princess May. ]
A. a Newell arrived from the soyth -
>n the Princess May.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hooker arrived
)n the Georgia from Juneau.
C. E. Roberts returned from White
Horse yesterday evening.
Mrs. K D. i'inneo is expected back
)n the Dolphin next week.
J P. Rogers returned from White
aorse yesterday.
INLAND WEATHER
The condition of the weather In the
interior today, as Indicated by the |
dispatches received at the' Skagway
offices of the W. P. & Y. R., is as
follows: 1
Ogilvie? Clear, calm, 40 above.
Stewart? Clear, calm, 40 above. '
Selwvn ? Clear, south wind, 46 above, j
Selkirk? Cloudy, south wind, 44 above c
Y ukon Crossing ? Cloudy, south wind )
46 above.
Hootalinqua? Cloudy, calm, 36 above.
Big Salmon ? Clear, calm, 40 above.
Lower La Barge? Cloudy, south wind,
36 above.
Atlin? Cloudy, calm, 38 above. ,
Dawson? Clear, calm, 42 above.
Fortymile? Clear, calm, 40 above. 1
Glacier ? Cloudy, calm, 43 above.
White Pass? Cloudy, salm, 38 above.
Fraser ? Cloudy, calm, +8 above.
Log Cabin ? Cloudy calm, 38 above.
Bennett- Cloudy, calm, 42 above.
Pennington? Cloudy, south wind, 40
above.
Caribou? Cloudy, caim, 50 above.
Cowley? Cloudy, calm, 42 above.
Whitehorse ? Cloudy, calm, 50 above.
Mucot baa H*?iMuio
The'Mascot saloon has just received
a large consignment of new music for
its popular Victor talking machine. It
includes all the latest popular airs.
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CERTAIN RESULTS
Many * Portland Citlitn Knowi How
Sara Thar Arc
Nothing uncertain about the work of j
Doan's Kidney Pills. There is plenty j
of positive proof of this in the testi- .
mony. Such evidence should convince j
the most skeptical doubter. Read the j
following statement:
D. D. Coffey, whose place of resi- j
dence is at Kast Thirteeuth street, :
Portland, Oregon, says: "I have been :
a great sufferer from carbuncles or
tumors for years. Every once in a
while they appeared, not only one at a ,
time, but broke out in different places,
mostly on my arms or about my neck.
Three years ago I suffered from a num
ber of them which broke out almost at
the same time. I was treated by a
physician and he stated that I would
never got entirely rid of them unless I
had them lanced and the core taken
out He operated on them and I was
not bothered with any more until last
fall, when one made its appearance.
1 1 came to the conclusion that my blood
was out of order, and that the kidneys
were not performing their functions
right, and got a box of Doan's Kidney
Pills, taking them as directed, and they
did all that was claimed for them On
previous occasions when one appeared
it was followed by others, but Doan's
Kidney I'ills checked them. About two
weeks ago one broke out on my arm
and I again resorted to Doan's Kidney
I'ills, and they prevented others from
appearing I can cheerfully recom
mend Doan's Kidney Pills, for I also
know others who have used them with
very satisfactory results."'
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buf
falo, X. Y., sole agents for the United
States.
Remember the name. Doan's, and
take no substitute.
Tan Dollar* Reward
The Daily Alaskan will pay a reward
of $10 for evidence that will lead to tha
conviction of any one for stealing copies
of the paper from the premises of _ any
of its subscribers.
Fraa Gonoart Dally
A free concert is given at the Mascot
saloon every afternoon and evening.
All the latest songs and airs. It Is
worth hearing.
Fine porcela tubs afPrincipal bap- 1
bershop, opposite Board of Trade.
The best that the market affords at
the Pack Train Restaurant. (
SKAGWAY WEATHER
For the 24 hours preceding 6 o'clock
l m., May 12, 1904:
Highest temperature, 60 above.
Lowest temperature, 40 above.
H. D. Clark,
U. a Voluntarv Observer.
FinkkW Rooms
Nicely furnished rooms by the day,
reek or month. Coiner Fifth Avenue
md State Street.
Tor Kent
Two nicely furnished room, Geo. E.
Howard, Third avenue. 4 4 tf
JEWELRY
-or All Who Admire It
And Who Doesn't ?
Thiols of beauty that appeal to women
?specially are found in our sti ck. All
romen who love jewelry and all men
?ho love women should see them. We
lave a large stock of secret lockets and
ihains, the reigning fad These can be
nade particularly attractive by engrav
ng the owners monogram which we do
a a skillful and competent manner.
P. E. KERN,
Gold and Silversmith
We have a Good Line of
Cigars & Tobbaco j
Pipes, 5c and Up <
Till your pocketbook J
cannot reach J
Don't Forget the i
Number
428 BROADWAY, Phone 52 .
Tony Dortero :
Caribou Crossing
A Strictly
n
? Dining Room in Connection
Choicest Wines Liquors & Cigars
:
| Whitehorse
Whitehorse, Y. T.
? New Management
Refurnished Throughout. First
Class in Every Respect
? Finest Cafe in the Northwest
Great
Northern
Railway
The Short Line East
If You Contemplate a Trip to
Tne WORLD'S
FAIR
AT ST. LOUIS
Talk With
WESLEY YOUNG,
Local Agent, Fifth Avenue Hotel
i. O. Yerkes, O. W. P. A.
312 First Avenue, Seattle
uranu
Hillinery Opening
Today
The Most Exclusive Styles in Ready =to Wear
Hats For
Ladies Misses and Children.
MARTIN CONWAY
Commercial
Job Printing
A Specialty
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Daily Alaskan Office
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jlHEW FURS]
5 Men's Fur Coats From $7.00 to $100,00
IFur Robes, 7x8, 161b. coyote - 20.00 I
20 doz. Ordinary Fur Caps, cheap j [
Genuine Seal Caps, $7-00
Ladies Fur Coats from $20- 00 to $90.00 !
Fur Collarettes and Boas at Cost
Highest Price Paid For Paw Fur
i C. R. Winter, Furrier |
?Jj Broadway, Between 3d and 4:h Skapway, Alaska |
Moores WHHRF CO.
Terminus VV. P. & Y. Route
All South Bound Steamers Arrive end Depart From This Dr ck
REGULATIONS 1908
Warehouses open for delivery of merchandise from 8 a. m. to 5p.m.
Perishable* 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 D. 8. customs
office) and must be delivered before 5 p.m. No freight will be re
ceived on wharf a'ter this hour.
BAGGAGE? Tolls will be collected on Checked Baggage Only. No
charge for bags and grips when unchecked.
The wharf gate will be closed to the public when steamer is tearing
dock and will be opeoedonly when passengers have disembarked.
Wharfage Tariff oan be had on application at office on dock.
P. O. Box 175. C. E. W YNN-JOHNSON, Gen'l Mgr.
F. Wolland,
MERCHANT TAILOR
Comer State Street and Fifth Avenu*
Telephone No. 76

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