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Big Decline In Fruit !
Alexander Peaches. $1.26 a Box Muskmellons 75c per dozen Currants- $2.75 per crate 400 Packages to Arrive on City of Seattle- which will be sold at extremely low prices John Kalem, the Grocer MORE SAFE Norge Passengers L*nd in Scot laud [Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.] Stornaway, Scotland. July 8.- One hundred anil ore survivors of the steam ship Norge have arrived here. Some of them are in a woeful plight. Grief at DanUh Capital Copenhagen. July 8.? News of the disaster to the Norge created indescrib able excitement here. A feeling of general gloom and mourning prevails. The Xorge had steerage passengers and a crew of 71. Sue was the oldest Danish trans-Atlantic steamship now running. S I ILL SOCK Causdiau Steamship Will Have to Stay [Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.] Montreal, July H.? All attempts to get the steamship Vancouver out of the mud of -ake St Peter, where she ?.tuck several days ago running aground during a fog. have been unsuccessful. The big ship will have to stay where she is until she can be dredged out. WHY DONE Increiw d Business Direct Ke-nlt of Stock The necessary increase in the size of our store building is not remarkable when theiiutlitv of the lines we handle is borne in tuiud We know we are selling the best clothing, at popalar prices, retailed in America, acd it is this alone which has made it necessary to increase our facil ities for doing business. We tigure on moving into our new quarters next Saturday. We thank the public for its liberal patronage ii the past, and also assure it that we will try and deserve its pa tronage in the future. F. H. Clay son & Co., Fourth Avenue and Broadwar Dmoa to Hut* Another Brtwuj Dawson is to have ano' her brewery. The succ' >s that greeted the undertak ing of Tom O'Brien with his steam beer making plant has inspired F.mil Girouard, son of the territorial regis trar, to as* permission to open a brew ery. ? G orgli Our iu Part The Georgia will be duo to arrive to morrow morning from Juneau and to sail out at r.oon on the return trip for thai pioc and way ports. y itono There will be a regular communica tion of White Pass Lodge No. 113, F. A* A. M., Fr lay evening, July 8, at their hall, No. 525 Fourth avenue. Sojourning and visiting brethren are coruially invited to meet with us. By order of the W. M. Robt. W. Tayxxr, Secretary. Fraa Co???PtlD?llT A free'eoncert is given' at the Mascot saloon every afternoon and evening. All the latest songs and airs. It is worth hearing. Huoat k&a Mewl *?ilo The Mascot saloon has just received a large consignment of new music for its popular Victor talking machine. It includes all the latest popular air*. All the delicacies of the season at the Pack Train Kesturant. SOME DEAD Michigan Accident Resolts Fatally [Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.] C.rrnd Rapids. Mich., July 8.? The ferryboat Muskegon was capsized here yesterday and several people were drowned. The boat had many passen gers on board, and while several are known to be dead, the number cannot be determined at the present time. All the bodies have not been recovered. WlIfCOME Erglislimen to Stndv Onr Politics [Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.] London, July 8.? Eight members of the house of commons have decided to visit the United States and Canada this fall. They will study American and Canadian politics during the heat of political campaigns that will be in progress in both countries at that time. WILL SERVE John Brisbin Walker Offers Services as Arbiirator [Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.] Denver, C'ola, July 8. ? John Brisbin Walker, editor of the Cosmopolitan magazine, has proffered his services as arbitrator in the Colorado labor trou bles. Walker formerly resided in Col orado and he has large interests here. mo aMive IXtWsou and Bonanza King at Whitehorse Whitehorse, July 8.? The Dawson arrived at 7 o'clock last night with eight through and five way passengers. The Bonanza King arrived at midnight with seven first class passengers and the barge Sybil. The Dawson will sail for the Y ukon metropolis after the arrival of the train from Skagway this evening, and the Bonanza King will sail onl some time tonight with the Sybil in tow. The Sifton was at Yukon Crossing at 11 a. m. yesterday and should arrive to morrow morning. The Casca was at Selwyn at 7 p. m. yesterday. The Vic torian was at Stewart at-9 p. m. yester day and the Selkirk passed Selkirk at 7:30 a. m. today. All are coming up stream. Going down, the Canadian passed Yukon Crossing at 4 a. m. yesterday and the Whitehorse passed the same place at 8 a. m. today. The river remains at 35 inches above low water. Edltlaa Will E Mertaln The Skagway Kagles will give a so cial Saturday evening at their hall on Fifth avenue, in honor of the Eagles on the transport Buford, which is in port. All visiting Eagles and their friends will be welcomed. For R nt Two nicely furnished room, Geo. E Howard, Third avenue. 4 4 tf The ladies find the latest and best at Harrisons' Stetson hats at Clay son's. m IDEM I Cannibals Devour Swiss Sol diers in Africa [Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.l London, July 8.? News has reached Antwerp that a Swiss non-commis sioned officer and 14 privates in the Wingada district, Congo, have been massacred and eaten by cannibals. Only one man o( the expeditiont sent against the cannleals escaped destruc tion. wiirwu Canadian Line to Have Wire less System [Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.] Ottawa, July 8.? The Dominion gov ernment will establish three Marconi stations In British Columbia. All the steamers of the Empress line of Oriental steamships will be equipped with the wireless apparatus. is Tlooded Salt Lake City, Uuder Water From Cloaiionrst [Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.] Salt Lake, Utah, July 8.? A cloud burst in this vicinity today caused tho principal streets of this city to be tlood ed to a depth of 10 feet, stopping all traffic and causing great damage. I n-aMHHNMMKaaHMSHKMMMMHmaac PERSONAL MENTION Dr. Alfred Thompson, member of the Yukon council, and Mrs Thompson, a bride of a few weeks, arrived on the Amur this morning and left on the train for Whitehorse. Dr. Thompson is an aspirant for the nomination of the con servative party to represent the Yukon in the Dominion parliament. J. B, Hart acid family from Auburn, Wash., arrive 1 on the Dirigo yesterday to make their home at this city. Mr. Hart is a son-in-law of W.T.Myrick.the well known contractor and builder of this city. R. G. Jackson, an Atlin mining man, arrived on the Amur and left for that camp todav. Will PUy Ball A game of baseball has been ar ranged for this evening at 7:30 o'clock, between the crack ball team of Com pany F, Third infantry, and the White Pass team, at the Fifth avenue grounds. Mies Y on ii | $ Is Marritd Mrs. S. Hall V oung announces the marriage of her daughter, Miss Alaska Young, to Mr. Frank Klienschmidt, which took place at Nome, June 1. To Meet Saturday There will be a regular monthly meeting of the fire department Satur day evening, at which the election of officers tor the ensuing year will take place. Plows' candies cannot be beat. A tine assortment of new and up-to-date boxes, in all sizes, and at all prices. Kelly & Co. Plows' candies cannot be beat. A hne assortment of new and up-to-date boxes, in all sizes, and at all prices. Kelly & CO. Jo* Cream The Be?' The Vienna Bakery serves the best ce cream north of Seattle. Try it Phone 36. Oyster cocmails, Olympiaor Eastern, at the Pack Train restaurant. The ladies find the latest and best at Harrisons'. Ice cream, water ices and sherbets of any kind and quantity, delivered to any pari, of the city, by the Boss Bakery. The Totem serves the best free lunch in town. The ladies find the latest and best at Harrisons'. Fine free lunch at the Totem all day and night. Japanese Matting ? All 180 strancTj and good patterns, direct from the Orient. Regular price 30c, 35c, 40c and 46c goods. Now 25c per yard, at E. R. Peoples'. Spring chicken and Eastern oysters at tne Pack Train restaurant. We are now occupying1 our ? ?sex \ New Store Building z -s^^Broadway Bet. 5th & 6th Avenues I B. TO. Bchrcnds mercantile Company ^ GEO. ELANCHARRMg^^ 1 Vancouver ; Hotel? Whltehorse, Y. T. } New Management ? Refurnished Throughout, First Class in Every Respect * * Finest Cafe in the Northwest I !We have a Good Line of ? Cigars & lobbaco i Pipes, 5c and Up j * 'Till your pocketbook ' t cannot reach < t Don't Forget the ? I Number ? 428 BROADWAY, Phone 52 $ Tony Dortero \\ \\V.VAWAWA%MSWttW \ We Do Our Own Upholstering and will be pleased to show you OUR SPLENDID LINE Headquarters for Yukon Travellers ? as Totem i JACK PHELPS, Prop Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars | ????*??*? ?*' >* ??? ???? Couches, Bed Lounges. Morris Chairs, \ Cushions and Mattrasses | also give you estimates on 5 Re-upholstering Your Old Furniture j AT I I E.R. PEOPLES j * s E. Season* d Lombor Good seasoned lumber for sale cheap. Inquire at Monogram Liquor House. Price, $16 per thousand Japanese Matting ? All 180 strands and good patterns, direct from the Orient. Regular price 30c, 36c, 40c and 45c goods. Now 25c per yard, at E R. Peoples'. Leatons Given Free Niles give typewriter lessons without extra charge! tf The best that the market offards at the Pack Train Restaurant. Tutter shoes at Clayson's Here It Something Cheap Blickensderfer typewriter $25. F. C. Niles, Fifth A venae hotel. tf Plows' candies cannot be beat. A fine assortment of new and up-to-date boxes, in all sizes, and at all prices. KeHy & Co. At tfce Pantheon You will always find the best of wines, liquors and cigars at the Pantheon Sa loon. '* Standard of the World ^ Remington Typewriters Call on E. C. Niles, at the Fifth Avenue Hotel This Week and See The New Models More Remington's Sold Than All Other Makes Combined. RnminntAn r* "