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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 ami see (or yourself and inspect the Nathez Valley Yakima Butter the finest made. Sole a-rent at Ska^wav is John Kalem, me Grocer PERSONAL MENTION Mrs. W. U. Davit, who was married in Skagway 1? months ago to the well known Dawson musician, arrived on the Dolphin en route to Dawson to re join her husband. G. W. Jvunze, a miniug man of Daw son, arrived on the Dolphin with his bride. The couple were married the ni>rht before the Dolphin sailed. Miss Hattie Lind has completed her cours ? at Wilson's modern business col lege at Seattle, and will return to Skag wdv the latter part of this month. Clarence Olsen, wife and baby ar rived on the Dolphin. Mrs. Chilberg, Mrs. Olsen's sister, also came for a short visit. Bishop P. T Rowe, of the Episcopal church, arrived on the Dolphin and will spend a week in Skagway. Mrs. \Y. C. Blanchard and baby with Mrs. E. Blanchard, arrived home on the Dolphin. \V. L. Rhoades, a traveling man of " Seattle, arrived on the IX>lphin en route to Nome. M. L. Sherpy, formerly of this city, who has sold bis paper at Kent, Wash., will go to California with is family. S. L. Savage, of Fort Huron, Mich., was a round trip pass.n^er on the Dol phin. Loit Gold breast pin, shaped as a be*, with diamond setting. Finder please return to Aitskan office and receive re ward. '' Another Strike at Noma I A big stampede from Nome to the Kc buk country is on. It l>egan three weeks ago. Information to this effect was received by Mrs. Annie F. Lane, wife of Charles D. Lane, the million aire mine owner of Nome and Cali fornia, at Seattle. The message was sent by J.J. Williams', su(>erinteudent of Mrs. Lane's mining properties. ) Williams' telegram strongly confirms the reported shortage of labor at Nome. Attcntiin Sir K lghta At the regular meeting to be held to morrow night by the Kn'ghts of the Maccabees, business of the utmost im portance will come before the tent. A full attendance is urgently requested By order of the Commander, I. M. Jensen, R. K. Skagway, June ", 1904. Thomas to Command Capt. H. C. Thomas will command the excursion steamer Spokane, which will be due at Skagway next Saturday, this summer. Capt. Nicholson will re main In command of the City of Seattle. Capt J. E Guptill and Capt. R. B. Mc Kay will be pilots on the Spokane. Capt. J. C. Hunter, formerly of the Dolphin, will be Puget sound pilot for the Pacific Coast Steamship Company. InoriaM Signal Coma Seventeen enlisted men of the Kighth and Thirteenth infantry regiments, whose organizations are about to leave Alaska, have been transferred to the signal corps for further duty ia he dis trict. An unusual amount of work will be required this year in laying two Alaska cables and installing a wireless system between ?*:. Michael and Nome. At tbo Pantheon You will always find the best of wines, liquors and cigars at the Pantheon Sa i loon. tf GUARD GATES City Will Be Protected Agaiust Contagiou At the regular meeting of the city council last night steps were taken to prevent contagious diseases from gain ing a foothold in Skagway. The mat ter came up in considering a telegram received by Mayor Keller from Mayor Adsit, of Juneau, which conveyed the information that there were live mild cases of smallpox in that city, all in strict quarantine, and who wciv !o ' e moved into the pest house a mile from the city today. Mayor Adsit said the cast s came from an escaped p.itL-nt at Seattle. The city council passed a res olution providing that no passenger nor members of the crew of any steam>hip or other craft could be landed at, Skag way until they had been examiotd by the city health officer and tho ship givi-n a certificate of health. The committee ou health and police was directed to have the ditch which carries the stream heading at Kigh teenth avenue cleaned up, so as to per mit the water to run off. The city marshal was directed to have property owners and household ers to remove all rubbish from the streets and alleys. The committee on public works and public property reported having com pleted the work on the river for ?.'UO, so as to ^rotcct the city's bridge. The railroad comp.my having often d to haul the rocks to build embank ments for the creeks in the east pirt of the town, the matter was referred to the committee on public works and public property. [ The registration ordinance was laid on the table, as a similar ordinance was already found to have been passed. The United States army was autho rized to continue the occupation of Firomen's at a rental of 125 per month. The committee on judiciary and elec tions was authorized to have the inhab itants of the city enumerated and to circulate a petition to ascertain whetht r or not it was lesired to license the sale of liquor in the city. The Golden North was permitted to occupy a portion cf the city lot with a stable from month to month at $1 per month ground rent. The committee on public works and public property was directed to notify F. H. Clayson & Co. not to take more than 18 inches of the sidewalk for its show windows. Mayor Keller presided [and all the couucilmen were present at the meet ing. 1 cannot teli a ue, we must make a little profit. Clavson & Co. The Railroad Restaurant will put up your lunch for 25 cents. It will cost you $1 at Bennett. When in Whitehorse stop at the Windsor, only first class house in town. <M SAILS Whitehorse .Gets Aw y and Passes Ci= sea & bite horse, June 7.? The White horse sailed at 6.40 p. m. yesterday, and passsed Lower Labarge at 5 o'clock this morning. The Casca followed the Whitehorse down the lake, but stuck at Lower Labarge at 6 o'clock this morning. The Prospector passed Selwyn at 7 30 o'clock this morning. The Canadian, coming up stream, passed Selwyn at 7.30 p. m. yesterday and the Columbian passed Yukon cros ' sing at 3 30 p. m. yesterday The Dawson will sail at 2.30 o'clock this afternoon and the Selkirk some timo tonight or tomorrow morning. The river is U .inclus above low water today. Nimti Niw Commltt??maD W. B. King has resigned from the Fojrth of July committoe for the reason that he will be out of the city at the time of the celebration. John W Snook, exalted ruler of the Elks, has named H. D. Kirmse to the vacancy. Barm Will Take Cental Tne city council committee on judiciary and elections has designated J. J. Burns to take the census of Skagway and to circulate a petition to ascertain if it is desired that liquor selling be licensed in Skagway. A Vnlerfll Eirapr. xlje greatest height from which anj #ne has accidentally fallen without re ceiving any Injury beyond a shaking was nearly 1,000 feet by an East In dl&n living In the Island of Oghln, who full over a cliff at that height His fall was broken at the foot of the precipice by masses of dense vegetation, and bo escaped with no more serious Injury than a severe shaking. The authen ticity of this fall was vouched for by Ihe French writer, H. de Parvllle. A man who owns a cocoanut grove In Veneiuela is Independent, as the fruit continues to ripen all the year round and brings a good price. Each treo averages ar annual Income of fl.20. It was an Irish lawyer who In speak ing of the death of a colleague said, *Hu left a brtllUot future behind him." A Startling Reqornt. Percy Is a little boy who makes plane to shirk his bath sometimes. But the other evening he enrae In from play . tired and hot find sticky. "Do I get a bath tonight, ma?" he asked. "Yes," answered his mother. "Well," he said cheerfully, "the Lord knows I need It"? Brooklyn Eagle. Just opened. The Railroad restau| rant will now serve you with the bes meal in town. Your patronage is sol icited -Williams & Peterson. ' Ranan Shoes fianan Shoes Our Spring Stock of Men's Hanan Shoas 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 Velour Call. One price for all- $7.00 a pair. Notice to the Publio Now that the streets and alleys have J been properly cleaned, the attention of the public is called to Section 3, Arti cle 4 of Ordinance No. 32, which pro hibits the placing or leaving of refuse, litter, or rubbish of any kind on the j streets or alleys, and provides for a fine of $i0 for the violation of the same. i F. Wolland. i Chairman Committee on Health and ] Police. i Skjgway, June 3, 1904. tf Clayson & Co. carry the largest stock of overcoats in. town. Position Wanted A school teacher from Roseburg, Oregon, would like a position as copy ing clerk or governess, or any honor able work excepting cooking, dishwash ing and chamber work. Apply to Pe nial Mission. 5 24 3tD Baths 25 cents. Fine porcelain tubs at the Portland Lod ;ing House. Rooms 25c, 50c, 75c and Fifth avenue, op posite postoffice. Free CoooertiDally A free'concert is given at the Mascot saloon every afternoon and evening. All the latest songs and airs. It is w orfi hearing. Japanese Matting All 180 Strand and Good Patterns Direct from the Orient A Regular 30- 35. 40 & 45c Goods Now 25 Cts. Per Yard | . AT E.R. PEOPLES Can you afford to miss the at our store ? Every line which we have not a full assortment of sizes in in will be sold at a 25 per ct. Discount For Next 15 Days Every Article is First Class in Every Respect F. K CLAYSON & CO. 'Phone 124. Fourth Avenue and State Street in Peterson Building'