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COPYRIGHT l<KX\ BY DflVlD ADLER. %JOK> CLOTMLSUCO The Best Is None Too Good THERFORE BUY THE DAVID ADLER & SONS and H. S. & M. Hand Tailored Suits They cost no more than other suits but they have that fit, style and snap that gives character, value and distinction both to the suit and to the wearer ot it Wear the Best HartSchaffncr (J Marx Hand Tailored Cravenette Rain Coats Appeal to [very Wearer of Good Clothes They are made of the same material as other good dressy coats and the rain rolls ofl them like quicksilver. When a show er is over you hardly know it had been raining as the surface ot the goods is left perfectly dry. For Comfort, Style and Ser vice They Are Certainly IT. We Have Just Received a Large Shipment cf These Goods and Invite Your Examination There Are None Better K CLAYSON & CO. QUIT IT Servant* of I>i<*k Croker Fear Ghosts [Spccial Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.] Dublin. Oct. 5.? French house, in Glencairo, the home of Richard Cro ker, has been deserted by all its in mates on account of the appearance of ghosts. The u ife of a servant on the estate committed suicide recently, which laid the fouudatioo of the superstitious panic which has pervaded the people on Croker's estate. French house is one of the finest estates in Ireland. Why Hot "D. H- Jtrvla, Oor?r?#r!" C. L. Andrews, deputy collector of customs at Eagle, has be*n selected to represent Alaska at the annual meet ing of local appraisers of the more im portant customs districts of the United States, which is held every December in New York, at the expense of the government. The selection is not only ^ deserved compliment to Mr. Andrews but, as the Skagway Alaskan very properly observes, to Collector D. H. Jarvis as well,, who has selected none but competent men for subordinate po. sitions in his district and seeks and ob tains for them the recognition to which competency is entitled. And by that same token, what would read more prettily in the cold type of Alaska newspapers than the words "D. H. Jarvis, governor?" He doesn't crave the distinction, but it might very wise ly be made a case of the office seeking the man to the exclusion of the many men who are or will be seeking the of fice.--Ketc .ikan Journal. For Sale -r R?nt Good dwelling ho"se, partly furnish ed Four rootm with closets and wocd shed, well io kitchen, splendid water. Price reasonable. Inquire of W. W. Bouirhtor, Idaho Liquor House, oornir Third and Broadway. Saved Hi. Ufa J. W Davenport. Wingo, Ky. , writes. June 14, l!D-: "I want to Mil you 1 be lieve Ballard's Snow Liniment saved my life. I was under the treatment of two doctors, and they told me one of my luoro was entirely eoae, and the other b dly affected. 1 also had a lump in my side.' I don't think that I could hive lived over two months longer. I was induced by a friend to try Bal'trd'a Sqow Liniment. The first application gave me great relief; two fifty ceni bottles cured me sound and well. It la a wonderful medicine and I recommend it to suffering humanity." 25c, 50c, 11.00. Sold by Kelly Drjg Co. tJ Full dress suit* at Claysoo'a. MAY STAY Rose Paddy Claims to Be of Age According to advises received from Seattle yesterday, Rose Paddv. the Chilkat Indian girl who ran away two weeks ago, going south on the last trip of the Cottage City, may refuse to re turn north. She claims that she is older than 19, the age limit set by her parents. In fact she said that October 4 would be her birthday and that it would mark the 19th annual mile stone in her earthly pilgrimage. The dectives who arrested the girl say there is no doubt but that she is older thaa her parents claim, and she was informed that all she would have to do to keep from being forced to re turn north would be to swear that she was of age. Rose Faddy admits that she went south to meet her lover, James Robert, a Chilkai boy who went below to attend school. She savs they are very much in love and have $350 between them. They also hope to get work at Seattle and to see the great world about which they have been taught so much by the teachers at the mission schools It is very likely that before this time Rose has become a bride and that her name is Hose Robert. Aair D? to Arriro The Amur, of the Canadian Pacific line, will be due to arrive from the south tonight or early tomorrow morr - ing. She will have aboub three days' mail. To* Cannot Cool Alatkans The Yukon River !s rapidly filling with floating ice, but it does not follow that there is any politicaf apathy in Alaska.? Seattle Times. For Rent Two nicely furnished front rooirs, newly papered and carpeted. Bath room connected. Apply at Winters', Broadway, near depot. 9 29 lw Kodak! A little box to picture rOA, An image made on paper. A button pressed. W e do the rest. They call us Case & Draper. 9-30tf Dunlap hats at Clayson's. la your washing sautaotoryY \re four clothes torn? If no or yes, try the Skagway Hand Laundry, aiul you will be satisfied. 3 20 COME our Hundreds Coming From Dawson for thrRattile "Ma, Ma. where is my Pa?" That's what the republican campaign cry was to the democrats just 20 years ago. The democrats answered back in choru9, "He is going- to the White House, ha! ha! ha!" But that makes no difference in the great rattle at the Seattle, where a number of choice baskets are being rattled at 50 cents per ticket, 50 chances on each basket, which contains the best on earth for the house or cabin. Fach basket contains: One bottle blackberry brandy, good lor the stoppage of earthquakes in your lower stomach; 1 bottle creme de menthe, good for your upper stomach; 1 bottle of German Kimmel, good for that tired feeling; 1 bottle of Fau de Vie cognac, good for that sluggish health; 1 bottle Tsasi & Co.'s Jerex de La Frontirue-Spanish sherry, good for enriching that thin, watery, cold blood; 1 bottle rock candy and rye whiskey, good for a cold; 1 bottle Manhatten cocktail, good for an eye opener; 1 bot- 1 tie ye olde time Scotch whiskey, good , for your grand sires and good for all; I bottle Turagmia Port Oporto, good for those who are and helps those who are coming; 1 bottle Green Seal, extra dry, good to make you more dry. In additior, the lucky number gets 1? bottles of BarthelV beer, good for Barthel and all others. The basket alone is worth, as a grip, about $5. The rattle will take place every day until all the eight baskets are sold. Look at our window and see the goods. A Judicium* laqtlr} A well known traveling man who visits the drug trade says he has o'ttn heard druggists inquire of customers who asked for a cough medicine, whether it was wanted for a child or for an adult and if for a child they almost invariably recommend Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy. The reason for this is that they know the. re is do danger from it and that it always cures. There is not the least danger in giving it, and for cougbs, colds or croup it Is unsurpassed. For s ile by Kelly Drug Co. Best of wines liquors and cigars at the Totem. Nav Mmio at Pack Train The I'ack 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. YOUR CHANCE Here Isau Opportunity of a Life Time A new horseshoe lunch counter and ; four new boxes have been added to the Board of Trade restaurant. A plate glass front and faimily entrance have been put in and all is now in first-class shape. Heating stoves and a cash reg is'er will go with the lease in addition to the furniture and property hereto- ! fore advertised. Remember, this property goes at $25 per month on a two or three-year lease. This rental includes both floors of the building, the chicken house acid yard, store room, ice boxes, large and small, French range and some kitchen furni ture, dining room furniture, including tables, chairs, $700 worth of dishes and linen, and many other accessories. The dining room floor is covered with linoleum aud the upper floor, which would make excellent living apart ments, is carpeted. If the range is too large, another to suit the tenant will be put in. Write or call on Lee Guthrie, lmo Skagway, Alaska. Notice During the summer months I will sell bread at 5 cents a loaf and all other pastries in proportion. We use the best material and a competent baker is in charge. , Give us a call and be con vinced. The Vienna Bakery. Pennsylvania anthracite (83 per cent, carbon), finest coal in the world, $2.25 per sack of 200 pounds, delivered. Shaw & Johnson, Moore wharf, lmo The leading barbershop and bath rooms. The Principal, opposite Board of Trade. AT NIGHT OR DAY If You Want a NEW CARRIAGE Call up Call up Phono 107 JOHN WILLIAMS Fire and Li*e INSURANCE Real Estate Financial Agent Notary Public Phil Abrahams 524 FOURTH AVE., SKAGWAy" ^?.?.%W^???S8S8?SS8JSSSSSSS? k. n. McLennan Peter Richen Commercial Hotel Whitehorse, Y T. First Class in Every ? way^-^ European Plan * Comfortable Beds J Dining Roi.m In Connection HOTEL PIONEER I.otr Building WHITEHORSE, Y.T. Near Postoflicc, Front Street Pete McMillan. Proprietor CW5 XrXtXd?&s)&- <OTHB<X<.- ffi??SXs)??tsi-A' <t3*XiXrXX'XdSil-x'l'X'X-X The Idaho Liquor House CORNER THIRD AND BROADWAY, The Pioneer Family Liquor Stcre of Skagwav ESTABLISHED 1897 Direct Importers of Foreign and Domestic WINES, LIQUORS AND CIG-ARS AGENTS FOR LEMPS and 8KAGWAY BREWERY'S BOTTLED BEE 3 Prival j Rooms For Families Special Attention to Oiders fcr Family CJie. Telephone 59 The WhitePass& Yukon Route TIMED TABLE No- 13 (Daily Except Sunday.) No. 3. N. Bj No. 1. N. B. No. 2. S. Bound No. 4. S B 2nd class. 1st class. 1st class 2nd claet' 8 30 p. m. 9 30 a m. LV. SKAGUAY AH. 4 30p. m, AH. 4 15 a. m 10 30 " " WHITE PASS ?' 3^ " " 2 10 " 1140 a.m. 1145 " " LOG CABIN 2 10 ? "1C0 " 12 20 12 36 f P'*m " BENNETT ^ J p.ra " 12 20 p.m, 2 45 " 2 10 " " CARIBOU " 11 50a.m " 10 20 ?? 6 40 " 4 30 " AR WHITE HORSE LV 9 30 " LV, " 7 00 " Passeneers must be at depots in time to bave Baggage Inspected and checked. Inspection is stopped 30 minutes before leaving time of train. 150 rounds of baggage will be checked free with each full fare ticka and 76 pounas with each half fare ticket. While Pass k Yukon Route THROUGH LINE FROM Skagway to Atlin. Whitehorse Big Salmon Dawson and all Intermediate Points Connection Made at Dawson with Lower River Steamboats for Tanana, Fairbanks, S.. Michael and Nome NAVIGATION NOW OPEN Daily connection made at WHITEHORSE between TRAINS and RIVER STEAMBOATS, for all Yukon River points, including MENDENHALL LANDING,? the nearest stownboat landing to the new ALSEK GOLD FIELDS. These steamboats are operated by the WHITE PASS & YUKON ROUTE and are equipped with all modern con veniences, including steam heat, electric light and other features as afford not only safety ^but comfort to passengers. Steamer Gleaner Leaves Caribou for Atlin at 5:00 p. m. Tuesdays and Fridays; Leaves Atlin for Caribou at 5:00 p. ro Mondays, and Thursdays. Finely Appointed Trains Daily, Except Sunday* Between Skagwav and Whitehorse Carry Passengers, Baggage, Mall and Express? Baggags Bonded Through. Direct TelegraDhic Service to all Points in Canada and the United States For information relative to PaMenger Freight and Telegraphic rate<,: apply to any agent of company* or to J. B. WHITF, G. F & P. A Vancouver, B. C. A. B. NEWELL, V. P. & G. M. Vancouver, B. 0. and Skaguay, Alaska F.JP. I INNEO, A?t, C-. F. & P. .Skaguay, Ala k