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There is no Butter on the
Market^c. 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 and inspect the Nathez Valley Yakima Butter the Br est made. Sole agent at Skagway is John Kalem, tue Grocer DOLPHIN IN White Flyer Reaches, Port Early The white flyer Dolphin arrived in port at 2 o'clock this afternoon with isaengers, 125 tons of freight ami mail. She made a quick arriving in 10 hours less her departure. Nam* i ?ait out at 5 o'clock W. W. Casey and Dr both of Juneau, have been chairman and secretary of the Ala democratic district committee. Aiaahun Ii L'xt Chas. Carlson, who left Douglas Cit for Haines about three weeks ago, i wanted. His wife arrived on the 1&> trip of the Dolphin and is trying to k cate her husband. Carlson is descrit ed as weighing about 150 pounds, is feet & inches in height.? Juneau Dis patch. Vi.i We use only the best of material foi the making of our bread, pastry etc Give us a trial. Phone 35. At tfc? Ptatfcvoa You will always find the best of wines, liquors and cigars at the Pantheon S* loon. tf You make no mistake In leaving your orders for suits at the American Tail Orster cocktails, Olympiaor Eastern, at the Pack Train restaurant. HONOR DEAD Skagway Will Show Respect to Veterans Decoration Day will be quietly ob served in Skagway Monday. There will be no public demonstration, but a committee of the old veterans resident in the city will repair to the cemetery and decorate the graves of their com rades who are at rest there- All pub lic offices including the customs house, the postoffice and court house officials, will observe the day as a holiday. The tlag at array headquarter* will *?run up to half-mast at reveille and f^>atap9 will be sounded, and the 0 full staiT. This will be wo. k in t solute of 21 guns. All guard duty wltt. ept (he nwssary y Memorial servi':?-M^jetj is at the Presbyterian antf ^ preached it churches tomorrow night. I ;- former the late President McKtr^J >- will furnish the topic and Dr. Parson: j will preach of the valiant deeds of vali i- ant men. "P?ddr tk* Pi a" Fr*? ! Mike Shay, better known as "Haddj r the Pig," was acquitted by a jury ir ' the federal court at Juneau, on tht charge of perjury. The jury was out about four hours. Shay has been in jail nearly a year awaiting trial. T. A. Marquam was his attorney. N?w Spring Go* la New goods have arrived and are open for your inspection, at F. Wolland's. The ladles find the latest and best at Harrisons' TO STOP IT Canadians to take Prcedeuce Over Americans [Sptoiai Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.] Ottawa, May 28.? The cabinet an nounced today that the government had appointed Judge W nchester, of Toron to, to invessigate the charges that American engineers were being em ployed on the survey of the Grand Trunk Pacific. This was being done bt'cs use of Charges made and because the denials were not satisfactory. It was also announced that the govern ment would bring in a bill providing that Canadians, both laborers and pro fessional men, would have preference on all public works or on all works aid ed by the government. Bud llMta Again The second meeting of the Skagway brass band took place in the city coun cil chamber last night. It was decided that the band could bo "jolted in shape for service for the Fourth of July. Last night was devoted to practice under the leadership of J. C. Johnson who was chosen to that position Thurs day night. Notice To Whom IT May Cokckrn: Sonet is hereby given mat tho un lerslgucd, Charles K. Hooker, receiver o( the property heretofore belonging to the co-partnership of Drrd -n A Seweil, which Co partnership was 'lls solved bv u decree of the U strict Court of the District of ,\la*?a, Division No. 1, entered on the 29 h day of February, 1904. will by virlne of aa order entered In the above entitled court or tbetkldayof May, 1S0I. tell all tho property be onglug to the ?*id copartnership, now dis solved. at auctlou to the highest bidder lor cash at 2 o'clock p. m. on the ttth day of June, law, in Ir >nt of the drug store at Haines, Alas ka. The properly heretofore referred to and which will be aula under said order consists of stock of drugs and drug sundries at Haines of the approximate invoice value of I tW.uu; also one Vowc lot '."Sxl Oo" Main street In said town of Haines next to poitofllce. Said sale shall bo made Bublcct to the approval of the court. C. E. Hooker. THE s Train Restaurant "serx Tomorrow frencn^r ' J From 12 nootL.to 8 p. m. CVCRYTHIKG rut -bESI IN THE MARKET Regular Dinner 50c TEA, COFFEE or WINE and ICE CKEAM TREE WITH DINNER PERSONAL MENTION Dr. C, H. Gibbons, formerly of Skag wav, and father of Mrt. E. A. Murphy, camu north on the Dolphin as far as Junrau after a trip though the east in cluding a visit to the fair in St. Louis. Rev. James O. Cameron, who has been attending a convocation of the Kplscopal clergy of Southeastern Alas ka at Ketchikan, will return Monday on the City of Seattle. Rev. James Cameron returned from Ketchikan on the Dolphin. The con vocation of the Episcopal clergymen was postpone owing to the non-arrival of Bishop Rowe. Major W. P. Richardson arrived f om Haines last night and will return there today. A. R.Graves and H. H. Sanford will leave on the Dolphin for a hunting trip near Wraogell narrows. P. W. Snyder, Elmer Cham' erlaln, Lee Billings and others will go to Dyea tomorrow on another hunting trip. Mrs. Turnbull, wife of ihe well known river captain came north on the Dol phin. P. G. Charles, general agent of the Alaska Pacific Kx press Company arriv eJ on the Dolphin. J. N. Wheeler of the customs oflice, who has been below for some weeks came home on the Dolphin. J. J. Burns returned from the attend ance at the democratic convention on the Georgia. R. I. Waechter arrived on the Dol phin with 24 head of cattle. Judge J. J. Rogers arrived from Ju neau on the Georgia. Talking; Machine* For Sals 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. Jeanette de Gruyter, At Case & Draper's, Broadway. The leading barbershop and baths The Principal, opposite Board of Trade ~ 'tter shoes at Clayson's When in WET"" Windsor, only first^Srse stop at the house in town. Ice cream, water ices and s.. any kind and quantity, delivereft?t? of part of the city, by the Boss BakerJW Clayson & Co. carry the largest stock of overcoats in town. fianan ? Shoes * fianan ? Sboes * Our Spring Stock of Men's Hanan Shoes are here. These are absolutely the finest mens shoes manufactured and once worn, you will wear no other. Patent Colt. Vici-Kid, Box Calf and Velou*- Call. One price for all $7.00 a pair. Fire and Li.e INSURANCE Real Estate Financial Agent Notary Public Phil Abrahams 624 FOURTH AVE., 8KAGWAY Office Hours: From 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m. J. A. BAUGHMAN, M. D. Office in Old CltT Hall 1 hree Dtx. Kaat of Britts' Pharmacy VWVW.VV'AVmWWV.VAW j Japanese Matting All 180 Strand and Good Patterns Direct from the Orient Regular 30, 3 5> 40 & 45c G-oods Now 25 Cts. Per Yard AT E.R. PEOPLES floved to Corner of State Street and Fourth Avenue F. H. CLAYSON & CO.