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THE DAILY
ALASKAN
CITY QFPMCircL- PHPER
No. 170 VOL VII.
3KAGWAY, ALASKA, MONDAY AUGUSf 29, 1004
PfllCE 10 CKVrS
NO OFFER
Butt hers Have No Prop s'
tiou to M*ke
[Special Dis|.atch to Daily Alaskan.]
Chicago, Aug. i5?.?Pnfs.iilei>t Donnel
ly, of the striking butchers, said today
that it would be no avail to make a
proposition of any sort to the packers.
Pennsylvania anthracite (S3 per cent,
carbon finest coal lu the world, $2.25
per sack of 200 ]iounds, delivered.
Snaw & Johnson. Moore wharf, lmo
MANYCOMING
Seven Steam- rs Comius lTli
the River
Whitehorse, Aug. 29 -The Thistle
should arrive tonight, the Columbian
fa-ly tomorrow and the Selkirk pro
bably before the departure of to
morrow's train. The Case a and the
Victorian will arrive tomorrow after
the train. The Whitehorse and the l!ot ?
an/a King are both coming up st earn.
Thi Selkirk will sail tomorrow.
Cutter shoes at Clayson's
[HARRISONS
Snccoosort to liaznar and Sk?uway News Co.
Third Order of School
Books Just Rec'd
'Lady ol the Lake"
''Child Life Primer."
' A Healthy Body"
'?Ward's Business F orms"
No- 3 Copy Books
Thomas' elementary and Advanced t
History. I
Stor^Ope^Evening^^^^^PHON^5^^
The Teeth
Keep them clean, it mean- S od
health and money >aved.
Cleansing Agents
for the teeth are tr ? ties ius to cost,
but really very important when
their effect is cons: dered.
rushes. Tooth Pastt ? and Powder*
should be selected w ith ereat care
The wronc kind will injure the
teeth. We carry a line l'ne of
preparations and will guarantee E
them to cle4use whiten and pre- B
serve the teeth, beautify and hard- I
en *.ha gums.
Special Agent* For
Pasteurine Tooth Wash and Paste
Tooth Brakes, 10c to $1. See Our Show Window
The Old Reliable
DRUGGISTS
SKAGWAY, DAWSON NOME
Kelly 4 Co.,
We (lave All Kinds
L
Of Summer Weight
Cotton and Wool Un
derwear.
White Summer Vests,
Crash Hats,
Golf Caps,
Canvas Shoes
Tennis Shoes
And Everything1 to Make
You Happy This Kind
Of Weather
Call early and avoid the
rush.
F.H.CIaysonSGo
The One Price Clothier
II MAY BE ALL OVER
i
Report comes from Rome that Pt. Arthur
. has fallen but it is not confirmed
[Special Dispatches to Daily Alaskan.]
London, August 29 ? (Kxtra bulltius issued Sunday afternoon) A Central
News Agency dispatch from Rome says it is stated on good authority that Port Arthur
lias fallen. There is no official confirmation of the report.
RUSSIANS LOSE TWO MORE SHIPS
London, August 29 ? Two more Russian ships at Port Arthur have been wrecked
by the .Japanese mines.
Single handed the Japanese war ship Tsushirnn defeated the crack Russian cruiser
Novik yesterday.
JAPANESE ARE MOVING AGAINST LIAOVANG
[Special Dispatches to the Daily Alaskan.]
London, August 29? A Japanese column 30,000 strong is moving against Liaoyaug.
A battle royal is hourly expected. The Russians have immense quantities of stores at
Liaoyaug and it is believed Kuropatkin will make a stubborn defense.
KUROPATKIN SAID TO BE RETREATING
Field Headquarters Second Japanese Army, Augusts 26, via Fushan August, 29 ?
Part of General Kuroki's army advanced against the Russians behind Yunshi Pass early
this morning. The heavy artillery which had been firing several hours finally has ceased.
It is believed the Russians are retiring towards Au 1 ling,
JAPANESE MAY FIG-HT AT SHANGHAI
Washington, August 29 ? Japan has addressed a note to the powers informing
them that unless Russia forthwith disarmed the warships at Shanghai, Japan would be
forced to take whatever steps it deemed necessajy to protect its interests.
Will Oi v j S. cl il
The Kpwurth League will nive a
'?Hill of Fare" social Tuesday ev ninjj,
S 'ptetuber <>, at tfce lecturo room of
the Methodist church The "bill of
fire" will !>e announced before the
date of the s'jcial.
Courc iM k (iTun!l>ht
Tha city council will meet in regular
session this evening at its chambers on
Fifth aveDue. *
Early fall dress goods just received
at Harrisons'.
Mu t Be Sold
Here is a hatyain. I will sell two
lots nt the corner of Broadway and
Eleventh avenue, containing two dwell
ing, both furnished, at a price that
you cannot afford to miss Enquire
Mrs. E. F. Clyne on premises.
'3o Dreams
Come True ?
!
THE
JUST RECEIVED A SHIPMENT OF
THE FAMOUS
flood River Canned
Strawberries,
THIS YEHRS PICK
sails Mil
Pole Agents for Rose of Kllensburg Butter.
'il<rn dsnvf Anc w deJt <, iv-ud ^e/iy C4sn/
<U/9i?eA4 "is ^
THE ROSS HIGGINS CO. Sole Agents, Skagwav and Juneau
A FEW OF BR1TT S SPECIALTIES^^
Britf s Cough Cure \ All the latest toilet luxuries and
Corn Cure. sundries. New and guaran
Cold Cream / teed.
Toilet Lotion V
Benzo Witch Hazel Cream K Given Careful Attention.
I Beef Iron and W ine \ ?
Rheumatic Linament Will. Of tl the Druggist.
Tooth Ache Drops / TT111<
CABLE CONNECTS ALASKA
AND IDE STALLS
f
Burnside Completes Work Amid Scenes 01
Rejoicing in Seattle Harbor? 300 Craft
Join in the Celebration
j The Un!tel States cable from Skag
way to the states has been completed.
| The connection wai made in]the harbor
; of Seattle yesterday. Today the line
has been placed at the disposal of the
people of Seattle and those of Alaska
who have been exchanging greetings
and expressions of goodwill- To
morrow, the line will be ready for
business. It Is now receiving all
official business and has been since yes
terday at about noon, when Col, Wood
bury, of the Third Infantry received a
congratulatory dispatch from Col.
Allen, who conveyed the information
that he was ready to receive all official
messages.
The splicing of the cable was the
occasion for a great celebration yester
day in Elliott bay. Three hundred
craft of all character were present, and
all were thronged by sight seers. The
Pacific Cacific Steamship placed the
steamship Queen at the disposal of the
committee of the Seattle chamber of
commerce whioh had charge of the '
j celebration. On the Queen were the
members of the Seattle chamber of
ocmmerce, the mayors of different
towns, including Mayor Ballinger -of '
[ Seattle and Mayor Wilb tr, of Phil
adelphia, and many other invited guests
| The first of the messages received
from those participating in the celebra
| tion yesterday was that referred to
from Col. Allen, on the Burnside, to
Col. Woodbury, of this place. Shortly
afterward. Sergt. Erickson received a
dispatch from Col. Allen, which stated:
"Mayor Bellinger, of Sea1 tie, and
Mayor Wilbur, of Philadelphia aboard
the Queen, near the Burnside. wish to
send their congratulations tothe mayor
of Skagway."
To this dispatch, Mayor Keller re
sponded:
"fo Col. Allen,
"On Board Cahleship Burnside:
"The mayor of Skagway accepts and
returns with pleasure the greetings of
Mayor Ballinger, of Seattle, and Mayor
Wilbur, of Philadelphia. May thin
additional connecting link between
Alaska and the states of the Un
ion lead to ij clearer and better under
standing of Alaska and Alaskan needs."
Chamber of Cotnm?rea Exchanged
Ciurtiilti
The folllowing dispatches were ex
changed between President John
Schram, of the Seattle chamber of
commerce, and President J. J. Daly, of
the Skagway chamber of commerce:
Souttie <o Skagway
Seattle, Wash., Aug. "Jfl, litOI.
Chamber of Commerce. Skagway:
The Seattle chamber of commerce
sends congratulations on the comple
tion of the United States cable.
John Schram, President.
Sl-.ap.wy 1o
Skagway, Alaska, Aug. 2!?, i!KM.
John Scram,
President Seattle Chamber of Com
merce:
Thanks for congratulations. This
marks a new era in the commercial re
lations of our ci ies.
J. J. Paly, President.
K?ov< n G oil Thing
One of the many congratulatory tel
egrams that was sent over the wire to
day was one which showed that the
Daily Alaskan is appreciated in a place
where a real newspaper is known when
it is seen. Lloyd W. MacDowell, who
does the Ala-ka worls for the S attle
Times, and w ho depends largely upon
the Al iskan exchat :e>> for his news, in
a dispatch to the editor of thej Daily
Alaskan said:
"1 trust, the Alaskan will contine to
be the newsiest paper published In
Southeastern Alaska."
Othrr Tol--j:ram*
Among the many congratulatory tel
egrams sent over 'he wire today was
one from Dr. L. S Ktller, as Grand
Arctic Chief of theAictic brotherhood,
to the President of the Alaska Club, at
Seattle.
"I
Watchfor Announcement
OF OUR FALL
Grand Millinery Opening
I Chealanders, filth Avenue,
?laire,
Che milliner from
the States
has arrived in Skagway and before jroing in to the interior will
stop here for one week or more and will display ihe
finest Cine of Millinery ?ocr Shown Here
there will be something to suit all ladles, misses and children.
These goods are of the latest styles and of the best quality .:ud
the best of all is that the
Prices Are Reasonable
Every lady is invited to call and see the new styles for fall and
winter, whether you wish to purchase or not.
Will be open Saturd iy afternoon on
Broadway, next to "Red front"
We Have All the Latest
FIREARMS
And a Full Line of Fishing Tackle
I Dement & Gearhartl

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