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OITV No. 113 VOL VII. / 3KAGWAY, "1 " ALASKAN 0FP1C1KL PHPER ALAS KA. FRIDAY .IUM'1 10, 1904 FK1CE 10 CENTS Hair at R?c*ptio? The reception at the Clerg* house of St. Saviours church given by R?v. James G Cameron, assisted by the members of tue Ladies Guild of the church, was well attended bv the people of Skagwav. Bishop Rowe will remain in Skag way until the middle of nest week. Fir*t Exotuioa Tomorrow The Pacific Coast Steamship Com pany's palatial excursion steamship Spokane will arrive tomorrow with the first excursion of the season. The Spokane will have two days' mail. 1 City of Soattlo Still The City of Seattle sailed at one o'clock this morning with a dozen passengers for the South. Summer goods now in at the Ameri can Tailors. Decoration* To Rtmain Some of the decorations which made the Methodist church resemble a rural r treat of exceeding beauty Wednesday night may remain for the Children's Day service next Sunday, when a great program, consisting of music and readings, is to be rendered by the children and young people of the church and Sunday school. The program was prepared in New York by the Board of Education, and is called ''The Legion of the King. KmIu Buys Property. The old Main street hotel property at the corner of Main street and Eighth avenue was purchased yesterday by F. T. Keelar. Phil Abrahams made the sale. Waatod Young lady to wait on tables and boy to wash dishes. Apply to this oHice. HARRISONS | Successors to Udi**' llazasr and ^knvwaf News Co. Delineators for July fine Stationery and the latest Copyright Books Always on Hand ' OfflCE BOOKS AMD Stationery Supplies A ne line of L'd(?r>. J >arn?l?. Cu?h and D Book* Inks P n? and P. nolli. Copy Bo ikiand Sm >11 Pocket Manor andom Book* Our assortment is the largest. Our prices the lowest, See our window. Kelly S Co., Druggists SKAGWAY, DAWSON NOME I If Your House Needs Papering, Call Up Phone 4 or 8 H. STEWART, Painter & Paperhanger Estimates Given Free of Charge AH Work Guiranteed Residence at Dewey Hotel JOHN WILLIAMS EXPRESSM AN Hauls r oal (or 75 cents per ton. Wood, Baggage and every thing, cheaper than others. Call up Phone 51 Fire and LLe INSURANCE Real Estate Financial Agent Notary Public Phil Abrahams; 524 FOCKTH AVE., SKAGWAY I Spring Chicken ami Fresh Eggs A!' ways on Hand. All the Delicacies of the Season To Bullion Creek Miners WE PAV NO DUTY If you find that Duty, Freight and Customs Papers, added to Skagway prices makes your supplies cost too much. Come 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. OURTIS, PKOP. AMERICAN PLAN Front St. South P.O., Whitehorse, Y.T We Have All the Latest FIREARMS And a Full Line of Fishing Tackle i Dement & Gearhart! BLOODV ASSAULT FAILS Reported that Japanese were repulsed from a joint land and sea attack on Port Arthur, losing 3500 men and four warships [Special Dispatches to Daily Alaskan.] St. Petersburg, June 10. ? Dispatches from Liaoyang reports that on June 2 the Ja panese attacked Port Arthur by land and sea, but were repulsed with a loss of 3500 men and four vessels. The dispatches say that judging by the descriptions given by the Chi nese the four vessels destroyed were torpedo boats. JAPS ARE BOMBARDING PORT ARTHUR \ Chefoo, June 10. ? The Japanese are bombarding Port Arthur daily, but at a con siderable distance from the Russian works. The Japanese fear close range work on ac * count of the danger of the Russian mines that haved>een planted at sea. JAPANESE LOSE OFFlfER AND MAN Tokio. June 10. ? Amiral Togo rejwrts that on the night of June 7 he sent eight small torpedo boats from his squadron to make a reconnoissance ofr Port Arthur. The boats went far inside and were exposed to the Russian fire. One sailor and one officer were killed, but the boats were undamaged. RUMOR OF PORT ARTHUR'S FALL Paris. June 10. ? There is suppressed excitement here over an unsupported rumor from Waihaiwei that Port Arthur has fallen. Special World's Fair R ite IVrsons leavinp on the I'rincess May, Juno 13, will arrive at Vai couver in unu* to take advantage of the special World's Fair rates in effect June Hi. 17 and IS. Tickets on sale at Canadian 1'ai-itic Kail way office, Skaj;way. .'it Talking Mnohtnea For S?l? The undersigued 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. Ice cream, water ices and sherbets of anv kind anil quantity, delivered to any part of the city, by the Boss Bakery. Tho Railroad Restaurant will put up vour luncli for 25 cents. It will cost j ou $1 at llennett. POSSE IS HUNTING UNION MINERS Willi GINS Strikers and Hobos A re Being Rounded Up Like Criminals and Sent Out of Cripple Creek District? Martial Law in Force [Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.] Cripple Creek, June 10? After a night of terror, peace reigns, but the conditions are still of a volcanic nature and nobody believes the trouble haB ended. A posse of 100 deputy sheriffs armed with rifles is scouring the hills of the district with the object in view of rounding up every Union man and every idler and taking them to the county lines, where they are warned not to return. The union men are all armed and say they will resist deportation. Sheriff Roberts was forcibly taken to the headquarters of the mine owners | association and his resignation demand ed. He at first refused. Finally a rope was thrown about his neck and he weakened and signed the prepared resignation. Sheriff Roberts is the sixth officer included in the arrests yesterday. . Martial Lav for Crlppla Craek Denver, June 10 ? Martial law was again declared in the Cripple Creek district yesterday. The camp is now quiet. UlncnLawfrr Suffer* Victor, June 10? Frank J. Hango, leading attorney for the Union miners, has been warned to leave the district. WAR BREAKS OUT AIVIIIOR Union Miners Destroy Plant of Newspaper Which Advises Them to Submit ( [Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.] Victor. Colorado, June 10? The strikers war has broken out here. Eight unknown men, armed with rifles and sledge hammers entered the oftioB of the Victor Kecord this- morn ing and ordered all those in the office to throw up the'r hands. The visitors broke all the machinery in the office to fragments. The cylinder and job presses were all smashed to peices. The linotypes, telephones and typewriters were all ruined. After completely wrecking the office, the armed men marched the employes to the side walk and told them to get out of town The Record yesterday advisd the miners to declare the strike off and this is supposed to be the cause of the mob's fury. ? Hotel Spencer ? Haines, Alaska Will Be Rallied July 15 Tickets, f'2.50 Each Address W. H. Spencer, Haines Attention Klondikers! The Finest fo La Africana and Bock Y Ca Cigars On and after 3*ne n our store will dose at $ P. ID. sharp. Saturday's at 10 P. m. 0 fl(I in Solo Agents for Rose of EUensburg Butter. den/f Aufces /o JLtmO ^ cm, abides _ y&lA; y^nor- ^u^dJ ur/LaJ- /?e^ ( ^jiA tf J/aJfy $ Morris cfegy, THE ROSS HIGGINS CO. Sole Agents, Skagwav and Juneau we sentposthaste order For a fourth shipment of Ladies' Summer Hats. Also Tourists and Outing hats and caps. Chil dren's and babies' hats and caps. The new stock expected here in a day or two. Chealanders^ f?tn avenue, GETS IN Columbian Arri^s At Whitehorse With 31 ' j Whitehorse, July 10-The Columbian I arrived from Dawson at one o'clock j today with 31 passengers. She will sail out tomorrow evening. | The Victorian will arrive tomorrow Vienna Bakery We use only the best of material for the making of our bread, pastry etc. Give us a trial. Phone 35. Vianna Bakery Our ice cream is made of Pure Cow's Cream and there is none better north of Puget sound. Phone 35. BARGAIN jg SOAPS * , ? Of all kinds for bath, toilet and kitchen. Domestic and imported Wm. Britt, The Druggist BURY ETZEL Fnueral of American News piper jMhii Trikes Place [Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.] Newchwang, June 10.? The funeral of Lewis Etzel, the London Daily Tele graph correspondent, took place today. Etzel was killed 10 miles out at sea by Chinese soldiers who were search ing for pirates. The soldiers have not since been seen. United States Consul Miller held an inquest at which the Chinese general, Lu, acknowledged that Etzel was killed by his soldiers. Brindle, the Dail Mail correspondent, testified that the junk in which he and Etzel were tad been unchallenged when it was fired upon. The best that the market affords at the Pack Train Restaurant. For Salu Cheap Sewing machine, nearly new. In quire of Mrs Pope, Sylvester block. All the delicacies of the season at the Pack Train Ruran The ladies find the latest and best at Harrisons'. Stetson hats ai Olayson's.