Friday and Saturday We Will Be
Busy Showing our Customers the
"Reliance" Canned Straw*
THIS YEAR'S PACK
This Brand Is the Highest Grade of Goods:
Obtainable. Our Guarantee With Every:
John Kalem, the Grocer
White Pass Club Will
Kotfrtaiu NVxt Week
The White Pass Athletic club will
give a dance at the club rooms of that
organization. Wednesday eveuing,
Sept. 21. It Is proi>o>ed that the dance
shall meet the high standard that has
been set by this club. The music will
be the best obtainable ami nothing
left undone that wiil be necessary for
the comfort and pleasure of the guests
of the club.
The following named persons have
be^n selected as a committee to take
charge of the dance:
Howard Ashley, H. J. Lynch, F. J.
Weber, George Simen^tad and H. H.
Rutin Ha? Juit Started
Lewis Nixon, the former president
and technical head of the L'nitad State
Shipbuilding Company, who recently
returned from St Petersburg, whither
he had been invited by the Czar's ad
visers to confer in regard to replacing
to replacing the naval vessels lost
during the present war. and for the
supplementing the imperial navy with
the latest and most powerful types of
''Russia is only just beg'nning to call
upon her reserves and her trenundous
agricultural and mineral resources,
besides the enormous stress of gold in
her vaults and her great population,
make the present movement only the
beginning of the conflict for the supre
macy of Eastern Asia.
G. Chealander. the well known mer
chant, will carry in stock Remington
typewriter ribbons, paper, oil._ carbon
paper and other supplies.
Pennsvlvania anthracite 1*3 per cent,
carbon ."finest coal in the world.
per sack of 200 pounds, delivered.
Shaw Jc Johnson. Moore wharf, lmo
Get prices at Royal Laundry 'or
family work, special rates in rou^h
dry. next to new electric ulant.
Cutter shoes at Claysot's
Heavyweight ulsters at Cayson &
IVputy Marshal H. L. Johnson re
turned on the Georgia this morning
from Juneau to which place ho had
taken t'has.iieuson whohad|been convic
ted of selling liquor to Indians. Mr.
Johnson brought a prisoner from
Haines to Skagway to serve a short
Mrs. R. D. We'don. of San Francisco, [
who ha? been visiting her mother, Mrs
W. VV. Houghton, for several weeks,
has made a reservation on the Cottage I
Citv, which will sail tomorrow.
M. McAuley and family, old residents
of this city, will leave for Seattle on
th? [dolphin, where they will reside in
Watson J. Hills, clerk of the United
Sruies district court, arrived from Ju
ne;. i on the Georgia this morning. He
wilt assist in drawing a jury before he
returns to Juneau.
Mrs. S. Hall Young left on the train
this ? orning for Fairbanks. She and
I>r. Young will remain at that place
for a year at least.
Mrs. M. J. Hlllery will leave fori
her old home at Kverett, Wash., on |
the Dolphin tomorrow. She will spend |
the winter at that placs.
MissJeanette deGruyter will leave]
for Kverett, Wash . on the Dolphin.
Sho ill attend school at that place
v.". F. Rogers who spent several days
in ;his city left on the train for Whitt
horse this morning.
Mrs. M. Heady, of Caribou, is at the |
Fifth Avenue hotel.
Thirty cords of dry fire wood. Apply
at 1 anadian Hank of Commerce. 3t
A fine lunch and a large glassl of
Ra nier beer, at the Seattle Saioon for
A big lino of fall wall paper has ar
; ri\<?d and is now for sale at prices that
will please vou, at K. K. Peoples'. tf
The RailroadJHestaurant will put up
vour lunch for 25 cents. It will cost
| ".ou #1 at Hennett.
How to Judge
The iksei* i of a disagreeable
foreign or "aftertaste," prov
ing scrupul- us cleanliness during
the brewin process.
The freest majori ' of boers possess a mouldy
or musty flavor, whi h leaves a most disagree
able twang in th> mouth of the drinker.
This is due solely tc lack of cleanliness, many
brewers being indit .rent to this virtue. In
brewing the famous
^ A. B. C. Beers
(The o?\Jy beer bottled e dwivcty at the Brewery)
tt the most scrupulous clean: ness is exercised over all
8j vessels, pipes or any ct with which the beer
comes in contact, and every precaution that will con
duce to sanitary purity is employed.
The American Brewing ( o., St. Louis, U. S. A.
BLOOM &. KORACH. Wholesale De. rs.
The Leading Jeweler
Nugget Jewelry of til Kinds,
Indian Curios and Souvenir Spoons.
H. D. K1RMSE,
The Pioneer Jeweier
Official Timekeeper for the W. P. & Y. R.
M?MT.rir.naaa.)?i' QfefeftX* XiXsXsXsXsXsXsttSCsiCsXSXS
The result of the observation taken |
at Moore wharf at midnight, September
12, 1904, is as follows:
Temperature time of observation 54
Max. temp, preceding 24 hours. 56
Min. " " 'J " 49,
Mean " " " " 55
Heavy south wind, partly, cloudy. J
(iOOD THINGS TO EAT
There will be an entire change in the
menu at the Totem saloon tonight.
The lunch will begin at 9 o'clock, and
will be the best ever offered in the city.
BUw Music at Pack Train
The Pack Train saloon has just re
ceived 50 new records for its excellent
phonograph and the largest horn that
ever came to Alaska There will be a
grand concert at that place tonight.
The latest songs and the latest instru
mental selections will be given.
KOTICE OF EXECUTION SALE
In the Unite<l States District Court for the
District of Alaska, Dlvisiou No. 1.
Joseph A. Molineaux. Plaintiff,
The Humbert Yukon K.xpcdltion Syndicate, a
co partnership consisting of Pierre number.
Jr., S. Walkerjanes and FredCoffln,
Under and by virtue of a judgment and ordtr
of **le issued out of the above entitled court on
the fourteenth day of April. A. 1>., Ilk 4, iu the
above en titled action, wherein Josenh A. Moli
neaux obtaim u a judgemt-iii ami order ? f sale
against the said the Humbert Y ukon Kxpediiion
syndicate, a co-partnership consisting of Pierre
Humbert, Jr.. S. Walker Janes. and Fred Cottm
which said judgment whs on theday llrst afore
said recorded in Judgment Docket a of the rec
ords of said court, at i>age 11*7 thereof, and also
uiKk-rand by virtue of an execution ami ? rJ.-r ..f
sal?- issued under the seal oi said court on tht
:Usi day of August A. D . 1*J04, 1 am commanded
to sell the attached property in said cause to
wit. Lois uumbered nine and ten in HlockNo.
10 In the town of Skagway according to the of
Seta! plat thereof.
Therefore, notice is hereby given that o.i
Monday, ( Krtober the third. l'JOl, at two o'cloc*
P. M.. of raid dav, in fronti f the U.S. court
fcOBM in MM town of Sk&ftWay. 1'istri t of
Alaska. 1 will io obedience to said judgment,
execution and order of sale sell the above dt
seribed property or so much thereof as may be
necessary to satisfy said plaintiffs judgment,
with Interest thereon. costs. &c.. to tht- highest,
aud best bidder lor cash, in lawful BOM] of II M
James M. Shoup,
United Slates Marshal for the First District of
Alaska, Division No. 1.
By H. L.Johnson, Deputy,
? First Publication Sept. 1, l'JOl.
Las'. Publication Sept. 1904.
Winn& Gillette, Attorneys lor Plaintiff.
? I Make
In The World!
Don't be satisfied to work
alone in the same old way
for low* wages. We can
help you carve out a suc
cessful carecr. Thousands
have increased their salaries
by following otir plr.n. We
can train you in spare time,
and ' at small cost, for any
of the following positions:
?ectanicai, Electrical. Sies*, Civil, er
Mining Engineer; EUctriciin; Surveyor ;
Architect; Draftsman; Bookkeeper ; Sten
ographer : Teacher; Show-Card Writer;
Window Dresser ; ir ki Writer.
Write TODAY, ntntlnc which posi
tion Interests yon, to
Box 7W, SCBANTON. PA.
OB CALL OS OIK LOCAL REPULSEJT tTITIi
A. K. SHAY, Jr.
At Golden North Hotel For a Few Day
K.J. Brlluifn, Manager
?Dining Room In Connection
Choicest W ines Liquors & Cigars
All Work Guaranteed. Short
Messenger Will Call and Delncr
Baths In Connection
Private Rooms for Ladies.
? ? ? ^ ?? ? ? %
September 13, Skagway Weather: Temperature, 54 Barometer, 29.92
Wooltex Tourist Coats for Ladies
Wooltex Tourist Coats for Misses
Wooltex Jackets Wooltex Suits
We have secured the agency for this well
known line of goods and have now on display all"
the newest styles in
COATS, SUITS AND SKIRTS.
The very latest effect in Coats is the Tourist,
; and a more stylish and serviceable garment for
this country would be hard to find.
Ask to see the Wooltex
FOR SALE ONLY BY THE
B.m. Bchrcnds mercantile Company
GEO. BLANCHARD, Mgr.
A 9mall price I
Is not money
saved when bu>
ing a watch.
The real econ
omy of honest
wear and correct
time keeping is
the true test of
We have built
up a reputation
for reliable wat
ches by selling
only the depend
Our stock com
prises all the re
faction in the
price that you
pay and the ser
P. E. KERN,
Gold and Silversmith
A/R. GRAVES, Prop.
Right Hand Side Going North
Left Hand Side Going South
BENNETT, - B. O.
JUNEAU S. S. CO'S.|
Carrvlnt U. 8. Mall
Tuesdays and Satur-|
For Haines, Juneau, Hoonah Springs |
J. F. FAIRBANKS, Agent |
21("> Broadway, Phone 00
Ot'ice Hours: From 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to |
4 and 7 to 9 p. m.
J. A. BAUGHMAN, M. D.|
Office lnJOld City Hall
l'bree Doors East of Britts' Pharmacy I
Standard of the World?
I More than 1700 Remington Typewriters are used in the
Government offices at Washington^ D. C.
Less than 700 of all other makes.
Better Get One Now !
Remington Typewriter Company, Seattle.
J. S. Harding Dealer for Skagway.
v;v liPi.'.'iw v v v wvvv v v w v v vv vv vlvvvv
Finely Furnished Rooms
Electric Lighted Throughout
THE IMPERIAL HOTEL
GEO. W. CURTIS, PROP.
Front St. South P.O., Whitehorse,Y.T
If Not You Should Do So By
Our Bottled Beer Only
25c Rebate on Bottles
Drinking Skagway Beer
Phone Brewery, 40. Residence, 38
Billiard Parlor Reading and Writing Room j
SPACIOUS CLUB ROOM $
1 ! i
The Board of T rade \ *
LEE GUTHRIE Proprietor J
t areest and Bert Appointed Resort for Ucntlemi o *
In the North
Alaska Pacific Navigation Co.
Currying Alaska Pacific Express and United Slates Mail
S. S. SANTA ANA. - - Monthly. 21st
S. S. EXCELSIOR. - - " 5th
For Sitka, Yakutat, Kayak, Valdez, Seward and Seldovla
S. S. DORA Connect* with 8 S. Santa Ana and s&ils from Valdrz the 26th
of each month for Seward. Seldovia. Kodiak, Uyak, Kaimai, Cold Bay, Uhigolk,
Unga, Bellofsky and Dutch Harbor. i
T. P. Trowbridge, Gen. Man., Seattiet L M. WEST, Agent.
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