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There is no Butter on the
Market that will keep fresh and nice unless it is properly taken care of. Many storekeepers are careless about . such things and very few have a suit able place to keep butter. We keep ours always on ice in one of the latest improved refrigerators. Call and see for yourself anil inspect the Nathez Valley Yakima Butter the finest made. Sole agent at Ska? way is I John Kalem, the Grocer HOLD ON I?e Will Prevent Navigation For a Week It will probably be a week before any boat will be able to set away from White bo r>e for tXiwson aril oo boat will sail, io al' probability, from C'ari bau for Taku uut'l June 1. The^White Pass agent at Caribou be'"eves the Gleaner wl'l [>-ol>ably get a?av on the first ilav of the month. A man arrived at Cariboj yesterday from At'in in a canoe, but he hal to carry h's l'-vtbt crait over ice floes. Lake Laila'-ge remains irpa-sible. and it is thought it will so remain ior a week, Theodore lobnson has received a let ter from E. i*eo.>lcs, who says ihi.se oo the scows beloos'njf to himself and R Coi'.ioaoy are not able to get to either shore for lire wood. J*d(? Pratt la Oklakoat Judge Lo?.'is K. Pratt, formerly of Skagway, has located at Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, where he has opened a law office. Be has a law partner, earned John H. Shirk, the firm name being Pratt & Shirk. Judge Pratt is well satisfied with his new location, which he ?ars is a city in every sense. For Sal* Cheap Sewing machine, nearly new. In quire of Mrs. Pope, Sylvester block. Wanted Girl or Jap wanted to do general housework. Inquire at this office. tf Ovstercocktails, 01ymp:aor Eastern, at the Pack Train restaurant fOR OWING Presbyteriau Ladies M*y Give Exenrsion. If satisfrstory arrangements can be mpJe with the owners of theGeo'gia or so?re other sizable ste?*> oal, the Lu.Ves Aid Soc'eiy of the i resbyte' an church wi'l give *n excursion to Llaiues anil i he nearoj canneries aril HiTlOson . glacier it: ihe near lUtttre. The plan is to leave one rvornipg and return the even'og o" the rert day. Mrs. c . Coe.-'arder was uia 1e a com mittee o" one on transpoctat on at a meeting hei>' yesterday after -oon at the home of Mis Mead. Upon the suc cess of her effo' Is will deperd whether or not the excursion will take place. Enlarging th * Matoot ' Albert Reinert is enlarging the Mas cot saloon. The building aijoinir? the sa'oon, occupied in the pa>t by the ' Pacific Coast Steamship Company and other ransportai'on companies ant' re cently purchased by Mr. Reinert. will 'e included in the saloon. The Mas cot will be otherwis? improved. Vii dm Buk ry Our ice cream is made of Pure Cow's Cream and there is none better north of Puget sound. F hone 36. New Spring Goods New (joods have arrived and are open for your inspection, at F. Wolland's. When in Whitehorse stop at the Windsor, only first class house in town. The ladies tind the latest and best at Harrisons'. TO BURN OIL Alaska Ste raship C?>. Willi Adopt New System Oil will replace coal as fuel on the Alaska Steamship Company's steam ships Dolphin, Jefferson- Kosal'e and Whatcom. This announcement was ma le last Friday by General Manager 1 Peabody. '?The trial trip of the steamer Saidie as an oil burner yesterday whs a suc cess and as a result the Alaska Steam ship Company has wcided to equip frur of its vessels w ith oil machinery," said Mr. Peabtdv. "It will cost about $11,0 1 to charge the machinery of the Dolphin end J ? - fer-on. aed $10,000 toalterthe steamers Ko>a1ie and Whatcom. '?Alter an investigation yescrdayit was ascertained that the Alaska ves sels can be operated a great deal chea; - er each month by the use of oil Instead of coal. Three men can perform the work on oil burning vessels where it now takes 10. The company can save at least $1400 in tho cos! of operation of the Jefferson and Dolphin each month, and probably half that sum on the Kosalie aud Whatcom "The work of changing the four ves sels into oil burners will be made at once. It is very likely the Dolphin will be laid up two trips in the summe months, and the Jefferson will be equ:pped with o;l burners before she leaves on her first trip. Chaoses to the Kosalie and Whatcom will be uia le ihpitfy." Rookaiida D>l'-y? Train Another bier rockslide damaged the bridge which ?...-> struck last Tuet day ard delayed the departure of the train to Whitehorse until l.-'SO p. m, today. Humboldt C urn v nd Go * The Pf-oi 'c Co.' si S eaoiahlp Corn pary's Mn?r Humbo'Jt a 'ved ir. po t S) o'c'ock lest p'yhi, aru sailed ojt at ~>:M o'clock th's mo p: >ff. Morton K. St vens, for some yeai-a a prajtiC'Og lawyer of Skaswav, is at ihe Fi.i!< Avenue hotel. Sir. Stevens is on his way to the Tanana, where he may remaia. t'umoui Oyitvr C^cktuili The I'ack Train saloon is now serv ing Elmer Chauberlain's famous oyster cocktails. tf Ice cream, water ices anil sherbets of any kind and quantity, delivered to any part of the city, by the Boss Bakery. Fine porcela tubs at Principal bar bershop, opposite Hoard of Trade. All the delicacies of the season at the Pack Train Restaurant. MAY COME Skagway Might Get Cantata After All V. A. Hooey well, who is a member of the cast in the cautatu of-) ljuccu Esther, which has been presented for thi sccoud time to a larjje bouse ft .lu neau, sa>s i is still the plan to put the i cantata o i at Skagway, and tliat it will probably bo booked for Klks' hall for some night next week. It is believed by those in charge of the alTair ihat Iiy playing two nights, if ai> excursiou rale can be secured, uany will cuiie over fro'ii Wh leborse. PfRSONAL MENTION V. A. Honeywell, who is packing up the old Skagwav News plant, returned on the Humboldt from a Hying trip to Juneau. Elias Kuud and II. B. Lie Fevre are at llaines. They will leave tomorrow on a surveying expedition in the Uainy Hollow country. J. N. Wheeler, of the customs force, wi I return 011 the Dolphin Saturday from a visit to Oregon towns. KddieTholin will arrive on the Dol phin. Saturday, lie will be aided to the Skagw&y baseba'1 players. J. G. Heid was a passenger ^on the Humboldt to Juneau. Snook Arret,* Fugitive Peputv'Marshal John \V. Snook ar rested Geoi-ge W. Goodwin yesterday al the telegraphic request of Major A. E. Snyder, or Whitehorse. Gcodwin is accused of embezzlement, but protests his innocence, and refuses to return to Whitehorse without extradition pajiers. Goodwin thinks the charge against him is hosed u ? on his failure to deliver some money to a Whitehorse merchant that was given him on LSullion ceek for that purpose. I'o says he did Dot see the merchant while at Whitehorse, and that he sent him au express order for the money upon hi* arrival at Skag wav. Goodwin is a prospector and miner and we' I known at Skagway and other northern points. Later Cloodwin lias been released. Mr. Snook received a dispatch from Major Snyder that the charge had been withdrawL. At the Pnntheon You will always find the best of wines, liquors and cigars at the Pantheon Sa loon. tf Clayson & Co. carry the largest stock of overcoats in town. fianan v $lw$ * fianan * $bo?? * A Our Spring Stock of Men's Hanan Shoes are here. These are absolutely the finest mens shoes manufactured and onco worn, you will wear 110 other. Patent Colt. Vici-Kid- Box Calf and Velou^ Call. One price for all- $7.00 a pair. feilHiKUIlH GEO. BLANCHARD, Mgr. Vanamnai s at? ?pa? mm'um'ibsm miiwini ??? i^m? w Fire and Liie INSURANCE Real Estate Financial Agent Notary Public Phil Abrahams r.24 FOURTH AVE., SKAGWAY Office Honrs: From 10 to 12 a. ra., 2 to 4 and " to 9 p. m. J. A. BAUGHMAN, M. D. Office in Old City Hall Three Doors Kast of BritU' Pharraaty MiVATJV SWAVAV?VJ V.VAVAVAM j Japanese \ ailing | All 180 Strand and G-ood Patterns J E. R. PEOPLES Direct from the Orient 2 | Regular 30- 35- 40 & 45c Goods % Now 25 Cts. Per Yard \ AT . \ I r> w.?. *W ? V .W ?.V.V>VA'>%^,iV?WVW8SSW floved to Corner of State .Street / and Fourth Avenue F. H CLAYSON & CO.