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THE DAILY ALASKAN
C I TV OPPICIAL PAPER
So. 1<M VOL. VII. SKAGWAY, ALASKA, THURSDAY MAY 20, 1904 PRICE 10 CENTS
Remnant
Sale Ihis Week Only
25 Per Cent. Off On
Skirt Lengths. Coat Lengths and Rem
nants for Waists and Children's Wool
Dresses.
In This Iv_>t You Will Find
Waterproot Serges. Granitis. Zibelines,
Persian and Metal Velvets, Melton
English Serge- Mohair and Kersey
25 PfR CENT Off fOR CASH THIS WEEK
We are showing FRENCH GINGHAMS
at 15. 20 35 and 40 Cts. a Yard
The Only Satisfactory Material For
? Tub Suits
I 'PHONE 55
SPECIAL i
Price and Sale fhis Week
On A1I Our
NEW STATIONERY
Including Itox Taper, lVn and I'eocil Tablets and All
Kinds o' Writing Material
Good Envelopes 5 Cents Per Bunch
S?>e Our Shovr WinJow
Kelly & to., Druggists
SKAGWAY, DAWSON NOME
If Your Hou?e Needs Papering, Call j
U p Phone 4 or $
H. STEWART,
Painter & Paperhanger .
Estimates Given Free of Charge
All Work Guiranteed
Residence at Dewey Hotel
JOHN WILLIAMS
? expressman
Sauls Coal for 75 cents per ton,
Wood, Baggage and every
thing, cheaper than others.
Call up Phone 51
Frank N. Johnson ? J. O. Johnstoo
Whitehorse, Y. T.
New Management,
Restaurant in
Connection
Johnson & Johnston
To Bullon Creek Miners
WE PAY NO DUTY
If you find that Duty, Freight
and Customs Papers, added to
Sk igwav prices makes your
supplies cost too much. ( ome
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 Throughout
THE IMPERIAL HOTEL
GEO. W. CURTIS, PROP.
AMERICAN PLAN
Front St. South P.O., Whitehorse, Y.T
We Have All the Latest
FIREARMS
And a Full Line of Fishing Tackle
' Dement dbGearhartl
DEMOCRATS COMPLETE
WORK AT JUNEAU
j
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
Juneau, May 20. ?The democratic
convention completed its work last
night by the election of the following
delegates to the iiatioaal convention:
A. P. Swineford, Ketchikau; L. L.
Williams. Juneau; W. E. Crews, Ju
neau: John W. Troy, Skagway: George
Murphy, Nome: Frank Bach, Douglas.
The following were named alternates:
C. D. Rogers, Juneau; J. Y. Ostrand
er, Valdoz; John H. Duckworth, Tread
well; Phil Abrahams, Skagway; S. B.
Agnew, Ketchikau; Joseph Sullivan,
Nome.
The only contest was between George
Murphy and James K. Fen ton, of Nome.
Both of these were elected delegates at
a convention held at Nome last fall, but
a fight was made against the allotment |
of two delegates to that place. When
it was decided to give it hut one, there
was a contest between Murphv and
Kenton, ami the former won out, though
he was absent and Fenton present
The following were named as the ter
ritorial committee:
K. J. Shaw, W. W. Casey, C. D. Rog
ers, T. J. Donahoe, T. C. McHugh, F.
Bach, John H. Duckworth and A. J.
Daly.
The plat.'orm reaffirms the princi-'
pies of democracy and local self-govern
ment, asks for territorial government,
condemns the government of carpet
baggers, commends and endorses the
: candidacy of Alton B. Parker, invokes
th? unit rule upon the St. Louis dele
gation, but does not' instruct beyond de
; manding the nomination of a conserva
tive democrat.
j Judge A- K. Delany wus permunent
chairman of the convention and en
dorsed for national committeeman.
THEY MEET
Merchant M irioe Commission
Begins S-ssion
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
New York, May 26? The Merchant
Mar no Commission, authorized by the
58th congress to consider legislation for
the department of American Merchant
Marine, began its tirst session today.
Invitations have been sent to chief ship
owners and builders, marine engineers,
and even sailors before the most to ap
pear before the commission.
A Wrlttvn Gnarant ?
That our ice cream and ice cream soda
is the best and purest in Skagway.
5 14 tf Boss Bakery.
You make no mistake in leaving your
orders for suits at the American Tail
ors.
Cutter shoes at Clayson's
If Yon Love Your Wife
If you love your wife or your sweet
heart, buy her candy at the
Palace of Sweets,
Fourth Avenue and Broadway.
MANUEL LOPEZ,
PRINCIPE DE GALES
& VAN OVCK Cigars
AT THE
LAY IT |
Corut-rstoue of Ottawa Uni
versity In Plaeo.
[-"pecial Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]!
Ottawa May 26? All is In readiness
for the laying of the cornerstone of Ot- j
tawa University today. Cardinal Gib- 1
bons is among the noted guests which
the occasion has brought to Canada's
caj> tal. Gibbons was dined by the Earl
of Minto, governor general of Canada,
last night. Among those who will at
tend the exercises and speak are Loid
Minto, Premier Laurier, opposition
leader 1 Jordeu and othcro.
For Sula
Choice flower plants for betiding out,
at the Westside Greenhouse. Phone 141
4 13 tf Wm. H. Joy, Prop.
Suits to order at from *18 up at the
American Tailors.
HOOKS BAD FOB JAPS
Rumors indicate G-en. Kuroki's army to
be in dangerous situation and possibly
crushingly defeated
[Special Dispatches to Daily Alaskan.]
Chefoo, May 26. ? There is a startling rumor being given credence here, though it
is not confirmed, that the south wing of the Japanese army of Gen. Kuroki has met disas
terous defeat in which the loss in killed, wounded and prisoners was not less than 15,000
men. Newspaper correspondents here believe Gen. Kuroki's army is in a very dangerous
position.
GEN. KUROKI APPEARS TO BE IN TROUBLE
St. Petersburg, May 26. ? There are indications that Gen. Kuropatkin is preparing
to make a very important movement against the enemy. One reason for this belief is the
restrictions imposed upon war correspondents at the front. The prevailing belief is that
Gen. Kuroki of the Japanese army is in great difficulties.
FEELING COMFORTABLE AT ST. PETERSBURG
St. Petersburg, May 26. ? There is much comfort being taken here from the news
of the recovery of Anju by the Russians. Anju was deserted [] weeks ago before the ad
vance of the Japanese army. It's retaking now is taken to mean that the Japanese advan
ce was too rapid for their own good and the Russians have rounded in their army a sufli
cient force to render the position of the Japanese forces at the front extremely perilous.
MAY HAVE CAPTURED CRUISERS
Paris, May 26 ? The St. Petersburg correspondent of Matin says:
"It is persistently rumored here that the Vladivostock squadron has captured the
three cruiseas bought by Japan from Chili.
JAPANESE WHIP COSSACKS
Tokio, May 26. ? Gen. Kuroki reports that a section of Japanese infantry encoun
tered and defeated -1000 Cossacks eight miles northeast of Kuangtien. The Cossacks Hed
leaving 20 dead on the field. The Japanese sustained no loss.
Baby Girl Born
Mr. anil Mrs. Lionel Talbot, are the
parents of a new baby girl, born this
morning. Dr. H. B. Runnalls was the
attending physician.
The leading barbershop and baths
The Principal, opposite Board of Trade
There Is No Butter on the Market Equal!
to the
Rose of eilctisburg
? >
We express it every 5 dsys to Seattle direct from the factojy in F.l
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 good
butter appreciate it.
Our Sales Of It Are G-rowing
Every Year
1 B-BIIS Ml
Sole Agents for Rose of Ellensburg Butter.
Jk
4wJ!eAd y/M-t, ?a i^e" A*t?^ls $&t//C& /?/.
THE ROSS-HIQ-GINS CO. Sole Agents, Skagway and Juneau
Many for Taa&aa
There were 150 passengers to leave
Dawson on the first two boats for the ;
Tanana. These boats, the Monarch
and the Cudahy were fully loaded. |
Many are still to go. The passenger !
rates from Dawson are #70 first-class I
and $40 second. Freight, $70 a ton
Prof. Lie Trtats His Boya
Prof. J. T. Lee entertained 21 of his
school boys yesterday afternoon at the
Boss Bakery. The young, Americans
were treated to ice cream, cake and
candy.
Stetson hats at Clayson's.
FRESH^^
Cucumbers, G-reen Onions,
Tomatoes, Cherries,
Strawberries, Etc . Etc.
Regularly on Every Fast Boat
Leave your orders for Strawberries with us. Prompt delivery.
Chealanders, ntth Avenue,
fo lEsr ii
Steamer Quick Will Try La
Bare;.' Ice
Whitehorse, May 26.? The steamer
Quick passed Lower La Barge at y
o'clock this morning. She has gone up
to the lake to test the ice.
No word has been received from the
Canadian or Columbian since yesterday
morning.
The water came up another inch
since yesterday. It is now seven inches
above low water.
Summer goods now in at the Ameri
can Tailors.
Hanan Shoet at B. M. Bnhrend
Mercantile Company
BLACKS lllll
Colored Brick makers Strike
at Nyacfe, N. Y.
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
Nyack, N, Y., May 2?J ? 1 Three hun
dred negroes employed in brickyards at
this place struck today on account of a
reduction in wageo. Armed with shot
guns, shovels and picks they marched
through the brickmaking district and
compelled all to stop work.
Talking Machines For Sale
The undersigned has all kinds of talk
ing machines and records for sale. Or
ders taken for anything in the line not
carried in stock. t
Jeanette de Gruyter,
At Case & Draper's, Broadway.
Vienna Bakery
We use only the best of material for
the making of our bread, pastry etc.
Give us a trial. I 'hone 35.
feaioned Lumber
Gcod seasoned lumber for sale cheap.
Inquire at Monogram Liquor House.
Price, $16 per thousand
Hanau Shoes at B. M. Bahrendi
Mercantile Company.
STATIONERY
Come in and let us show you the very latest in this line.
Wm. Britt, The Drugjfist

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