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THE DAILY
ALASKAN
CITY OFFICIAL PHPER
No. 19# VOL VII.
SKAGWAY, ALASKA. FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 30. 1904
PKICE 10 CENTS
mm STEAMERS MAKE
GOOD HEADWAY
Last Boats Are Coming Up Stream From
Fairbanks and it is Thought All Are
Within Reach
[Special l>is{>aU*h to the Daily Alaskan.]
Dawson. S*-pt. 30 - The last boats
frum the 'ovror river are makiu* jjooil
headway up the ~?ream. The Wilbur
<. rimium will leave Chena for Dawson
tod^j. TheTaoana is at Fort Gibbon
on it* way to Dawson ami the Seattle
No. 3 anil the I avalle Voting are be
tween Fort Gibbon and Kam(iart, also
bound up stream. The Monarch and
the other boats that are ex[>ecte?l to
c >iu? hack to Dawsou (or the wioWr
should leave the lower river camp In a
few days, and the indications now are
ibat all of them will be able to reach
thi* end of the line. The Xanana river
has risen lti inches in the last four days,
according to telegraphic advices from
there tod?y.
Csilahy Rcaobas O'Wion
The lower river steamer Cudaby, of
the North American Trading A Trans
portation Company arrived from Tana
na this morning. She brought only
seven passengers from that camp.
Both H?ri> F???iN
Hoth the Northe:o Commercial Com
pany haaehall Mam and the Colts, of
the Dawson league, have a penant tljr
iuj; to the breexe. and the war over t e
championship of the Yukon (foes mer
rily 011. The Col la have possession of
the i>eaant which was offered by A. G
Spauldinir. of Chicago, and the North- ,
era ' ommercial team has the pen act
which was nou last year. It has been
changed to read. "Yukon Baseball
Championship, I'.HM "
lull and WlnUr Got J* Ar? Hart
The fall ami winter goods which we
have been advertising have arrived
ami are cu? re dy for the trade.
Those who de>ire the opi>ortunity from
the entire st jck should not delay in
leaving their orders
F. Woiland.
For Sal*
V
F. M. Luea*i>h has a srood piano for
sale. tf 921
Fiue free lunch at the Totem all day
and night.
PrlooBia M?ylOu? ToBlfkt
The Princess May will be due to ar
rive from Vancouver late this evening
or early tomorrow morning. She will
sail out tomorrow evening at S o'clock
Stockholder* Will M
A meeting of Jthe stockholder of the
Alaska General Electric Company has
been called to take place next Monday
evening. The meeting is called for the
purpose of electing a board of directors.
The meeting will take place at the of
fice of Phil Abrahams
:Kod.k!
A little box to picture ro.\.
An image made on paoer.
A but-on pressed. We do the rest.
They call us Case & Draper. !>-30tf
Fine porcelain tubs at Principal bar
bershop. opposite Board of Trade.
Get prices at Royal Laundry for
'amily work, special rates in rough
Irv. next to new electric plant
Charrisons
Su?i'om>oiN to La<ll?%* Bazaar and ^kHgwaj" News Co.
* Dress goods *
If you nertl a new Dress. Coat, Skirt or Waist, we can save
you .uonev. We make a specialty of fine Dress Goods. Voil
es. l'anne II -oadcloth and Heavy Cloak Materials at Reason
able prices.
A Butterick Pattern Given With Each
Purchase of Material
THIS WEEK ONLY
Store Open Evenings. 'PHONE 55
? ? ? ?
Diluted Drugs
ARE WORSE THAN NONE
OVER 10,400
prescriptions has been filled at our
store. The doctor's prescription
is filled by us absolutely and ex
actly the way it is written and in
the shortest possible time.
We have the confidence of the
people and the doctors.
Let Is fill Your Home Recipe and Prescrip
tion
kpllv Ufa The 0ld Re|iab|e
llC/IIJ VI 1>V., DRUGGISTS
SKAGWAY, DAWSON NOME
JAPS TAKE DA PASS
Mikado's armies begin advance in force
and crowd the enemy backward.
[Special Dispatches to the Daily Alaskan.]
St. Petersburg, Sept. 30 ? According to the news received today from Mukden, the
Japanese have again assumed the offensive on a large scale. They have captured Da pass.
While this is not officially confirmed, it is believed to be trs e by the general staff. The
Russians vacated the ground.
The Da pass referred to means Great 4>ass and it is about 45 miles northeast of
Liaoyang.
NOTHING NEW FROM PORT ARTHUR
St. Petersburg, Sept. 80 ? There has been no news from Port Arthur within the j
last 24 hours.
mii id sior
Germany and Italy Not to
I lift rfere
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
Homo, Sept. 30 ? "Capital," a semi-of
ficial Italian nr^an, denies that the
coming meeting between l*rem'er Gi
oletti, of Italy, and Chancellor Von Due
low, of Germany is connected in any
way with mediation in the far
eastern war.
NEW JIM
Anl y Morrison Named for
Snpiem* Court Justice
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskao.l
Vancouver, B. C., Sept. 29. ? Aulay
Morrison. M. 1' , of New Westminster,
has been named by an order in council
to be justice of the supreme court of
British Columbia in place of Justice
Drake, who resigned some time apo,
Morrison has represented New West
minster in the Dominion house since
ISSHi. He is a liberal in politics.
MUST GO
Bii; Stock of Curios Greatly
K educed
Do you want an Indian basket? We
liavs three hundred of them that we
want to sell and we are prepared to
to make a satisfactory price on the m
We also have one hundred pairs of
Moccasins that we will sell from fifty
cents to two dollars a pair. In fact
all of our immense stock of curios will
will be sold as rapid'y as possible at
prices that will astonish you.
Call and examine stock and get
! prices.
Case & Draper, Broadway.
Mascot bat New Mmlo
The Mascot saloon has just received
a large consignment of new music for
its popular Victor talking machine. It
incluues all the latest popular airs.
Wood for Sal*
I We have for sale and will deliver to
! any part of the city good dry wood.
Sawed in anv length. Alaska Transfer'
Co., Phone 10. ? 8 20 tf
Genuine Pennsylvania anthracite
coal, nut size, delivered, $22 per ton.
Shaw & Johnson, Moore wharf, lmo
A FEW OF BRITT'S SPECIALTIES^^
Britt's Cough Cure \ All the latest toilet luxuries and
Corn Cure- I sundries. New and guaran
Cold Cream / teed.
Toilet Lotion v
Benzo Witch Hazel Cream: K Given Careful Attention.
Beef Iron and Wine ,
Rhemnalic Linament Will. Bfltt, the Druggist.
Tooth Ache Drops / M
AFTER JtlDOf
American Jurist in Trouble
for Fining Diplomat
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
Boston, Sept. 30. ? Judge l'helps, of
Lee, is at the state house today in re
sponse to a summon? in connection with
his action] in lining Thi>il Sec etary
Gurney, of the British embassy at
Washington, for speeding his automo
bile and for coutempt of court. The
lining of Gurney was a breach of later
national law. Got. Hates, of Massa
chusetts, has arrived and taken charge
of the case
The United States may have to apolo
gize to Great Britain for the act of
Judge Phelps.
Shuttle S*1I? Tonight.
The City of Seattle will sail out on
the return trip to Seattle at 8 o'clock
tonight. She will have a large passen
ger list.
BAD WRECK
Smash Up on Caun'liau Rail
way Line
j 1
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
Woodstock, Ont., Sept. 30? A bad
wrcck look place on the Grand Trunk
Line at Klkwood near here yesterday.
| Two freight trains came together in a
1 collision, killing four trainmen and one j
l being fatally injured. The wreck
burned, destroying both trains and tho
1 station house at Klk wood.
COLD AGAIN
Yakou Temper.it are Is Fall
ing On?;e More
WORLD'S FAIR
People leaving on the l'rincess May
Saturday will arrive at Vancouver in
time to catch one of the special rate
trains to the World's Fair. Round
trip rate from Vancouver and other P;i
citi : Coast towns $07.50. Tickets sold
at the Canadian Pacific Itailway office.
H. B. Dunn, agent. !? 29 2t
Oyster Cocktail*
Klmer Chamberlain's and Poixjorn
Jim's famous Olympia oyster cocktails
are now served at the Totem saloon.
Tkrea Sp*claHl*?, All
The Ross Bakery makes a specialty
of three things ice cream, fresh bak
ery goods and Plow's candies, all guar
anteed to be perfect. The ice cream
and bakery products of the Boss Bakery
are unexcelled anywhere, and Plow's
candies speak for themselves wherever
found.
The telegraphic advices from the
Yukon valley are to the effect that an
other cold wave has made its appear
ance in that country. It was 12 de
grees lielow the freezing point at Daw
son this morning and there were two
inches of fresh snow on the ground.
There was a fall of seven degrees in
the temperature at Whitehorse. It is
feared that this weather will cause the
river to fall faster.
Now is the time to ordei' your winter
suits and overcoats at the American
Tailors.
l'ennsylvania anthracite (83 per cent,
carbon), finest coal in the world, $2.25
txir sack of 200 pounds, delivered.
Snaw & Johnson, Moore wharf, lmo
A fine lunch and a large glass of
Rainier beer, at the Seattle Saloon for
10 cents . tf
We Are Headquarters For ^ ? \
CHICKEN FEED
WHEAT. CRACKED CORN
SCRATCH FOOD. HOLLY CHICK
FOOD, CHICAGO BEEF SCRAPS,
SHORTS AND BRAN
Just Received
Some Sprayers and Liquid to
Kill Chicken Lice
fl
Ip
j
fin
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Sole Agents for Rose of Ellensburg Butter.
The Place Where You save Money ?Jy
Spending It
When In Haines**^
Stop at the
Hotel Northern
J. G. Morrison, Prop
Restaurant In Building
ROOSEVflT CALLS PEACE
TRIBUNAL,
American President Urges Meeting of The
Hagne Conference to Offer Good Offices
To Terminate Eastern War
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
Washington, Sept. 30.? President
Roosevelt has Issued a call for a confer- i
ence of the powers at The Hague.
While it is the purpose that the con- 1
ference shall use its good offices to
| secure peace in the Orient, it is posi
tively denied that the president has
any intention of insisting upon peace
before either of the beligerent powers
shall call for it.
GEFS TIRED
Dawhou M ill Tries to Com
mit Snicide
[Special Dispatch to Daily "Alaskan.]
Dawson, Sept. 30 ? George Hammit,
of this place tried to commit suicide
last night by cutting his throat. He
will recover. Hammit had been drink
ing heavily for some time preceding
his attempt on his life and had become
despondent.
PUTS OFF ,
!
RACt WAR ON
Negroes Fie-* For Liws Iq
Kentucky
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
Harrodsburg, Ky., Sept- 30? Eighty
negroes, 30 of them women, ar
rived from South Fork this morning.
They had been ordered away from that
place because one of them stabbed a
farmer's wife.
BIG STORMS
t
I
No Election Announcement
in C.tnad.i Yet
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
Ottawa, Sept. 30.? Sir Wilfrid Lau
rier is campaigning in Quebec and
there will be no announcement of the
dissolution of parliament until he re
turns. Before leaving Ottawa, Laurier
had a consultation with Lord Minto,
the governor general, with reference
to the dissolution, but nothing has been
said about what took place at the inter
view. Laurier spoke at Sorrel yester
day.
Labrador !'t a-ts 1?* Visited
By Huricrtns
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
St, John, Newfoundland. Sept. 29?
The steamer Virginia from Labrador
reports the coast swept by heavy gales
last week. Eleven vessels, mostly fish
laden, were driven ashore and totally
wrecked. Seven sailors were drowned.
NO CHANGE
Many <-n Train
There are about 225 passengers on
the train that will be due this evening.
There were 190 passengers to arrive at
Whitehorse (or the outside and 35 ar
rived at Caribou this morning from At
lin.
Oyitor Ccoktallt
Elmer Chamberlain's and Poixjorn
Jim's famous Olympia oyster cocktails
are now served at the Totem saloon.
All the latest winter styles in suit
ings at the American Tailors.
Leopard velvets and Scotch flannel
waistings, at Harrisons'.
The Railroad Restaurant will put up
your lunch for 25 cents. It will cost
you $1 at Bennett.
Lady Cuizoii's Conditio! R"
miins the Same
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan,]
I Wallmere Castle, Sept. 30.? Lady
Curzon's condition remains unchanged.
It is not denied that a fata! turn may
occur at any moment..
Bathsl2.r> cents. Fine porcelain tubs
at the Portland Lod jingr House. Rooms
25c, 50c, 75c and $ . Fifth avenue, op
posite Canadian Hank of Commerce.
You get good values for your money
at the American Tailors.
Harrisons' take your old school books
on exchange for new ones.
JUST RECEIVED ^
A Larjje Assortment of Those Splendid and Serviceable
AUTOMOBILE CAPS
With Laps For the Ears For Ladies
and Children
Chealanders, nm Avenue,
FISHING THeKLE
We Have the Right Kind for Catching
Anything Irom Mountain Trout to Halibut
4 Dement & Gearhartl
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