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NOTICE.
Friends and patrons who are not getting
their groceries delivered promptly will confer
a tavur by reporting the fact to my office by
telephone or in person. When no complaints
are received it is taken for granted that the
best of service is being given.
John Kalem, the (Grocer
NAME ISSUE 1
8k?gway Repnlilioaus Set
Forth TlMr Principles
The Koosevelt Republican Club last
Mn,n?l * "osing (.lat fun,
Wrongly eulogistic of lb* candidates of
their party a?d setting f..rth the rea
?hj ?he hope of Ala-ka lie, in the
success of the republican part v.
1 here was a good attendance at the
meeting and a confident and harmonious
sen iment prevailed. It was decided to
challenge the deiuocratsto hold a straw
ballot on election dav.
.i-Zhe fo"ow'Dk' Preamble and resolu
tions. prepares I o y J. N. Whe ier. J. J.
Ifcly and H. H. Le Kevre. were adopted
unaoiroouslv: 1
??The Uoosevelt Kepublican Club of'
*>????. h*. great cause for
congratulation in (hat it ha, a uie.nU r
?hip bordering on JOU male res.d. n;s of
tion f 'ir^rh he elec
tion for the selection of delegates o th.
i?te republican convention of Alaska a
Wjr Urge majority of the electorate of
the\Tthf l?7 if0 t,Uir "'"O ?.k
i?rii^ h "I pros
perity and progress,
tb<4t becoming resi
dent* of Alaska we have forfeited our
inherited rights as citizens of anv
American commonwea.th. and are now
m*re Colooals. without the l.r:vi
' !o the national
congress a spokesman to represent our
common desires, we are vet ?i h
ffin<rf,hheUct ,hu ,h?^?,wh4
witHin the memorus of ail men now
living has ever been the cause of pX
,*hu,t' sole'viuamcg
funetion is that of a stumbling bloc in
few 17 ?virepubiicaD l'ru-r< h>? bu
of Aulka. *m?D* lbeh^-v f'01"1 : s
th?^0Uiirb|We h*ve u,,votes to swell
the tremendous majority b\ which our
great leader will soon bi elected toU e
presidency of the great republic, we
nevertheless feel as keen an mteres in
the prevent campaign as am within our
memori- s Not only are we thrilled bv
the great and beneficent policies, so
rmpidly working into practical results
under the strong administration of our
republican leader, but we have a mot,
domestic interest in the dec ion of the
?X?Q ?f ^ r'"'h^ *VmT
"Placing no confidence in the plat
bv'a ?,f J?rriU>ri*' government
a party that has ev-r betraved its
pledges, we bjlieve that a state sman
K.?7h to 'ake u,,a i'ues;ion
like the Isthmian canal, that has been
shelved for years, and in spite of the ;
combined opposition of all the trans- *
continental railroad companies, for..- t
u> the certain as- U ranee of a purely '
American inter-oceanic ga ew,u.
U-lieve that a president ? ho hiul the
moral courage to intervene between
capital and labor and peacefully settle
a difficulty thit threatet-ed national
calamity: we believe that a hu i anit u -
,n his strong conceptions
that in the very wake of war and rebe.
ion has found means to extend liberty !
H McIZn t0 the citizenship ot I
9,000,0 X) people: we belieu that a:
man *o strong and just as to successful
Iv champion a measure to insure the
prosperity of Cuba, by placing the i?e
so lately Writied under the lament-d
McK in ley a auministration, in a com
mercial union with the United States
auo advised ln his message to the nation
al congress to confer the libertv and
suffrage eojoyed by the Hawaitads: we
believe that such a leader will not be
Al?kH ?. hWi.CK,C plwe 10 *hich
Alaskans are held, but that th- confer
ring upon them of a voice in the airairs
of th ir adopted home laud, of repre
sentation in congress and an euerg,S?
advanced and tipica republican gov
ernor will be among the bright ev, u>
of the administration to which our
president wiJl soon be electcd '
-Thererore be it reso ved, That vie
the members of the liooaeveit Kepubli
can C ub of Skagway. Alaska, r.'.nain
fi'm in the f-nh that has m?|.. ?ur
cou try great and that we take courage
Irum ihe thoiii-nt tii.*t the biessw. ,
that have been extended to othei ?.u~t
l>m*. possessions of ibe fuit, ,| Stat. ,
wm hua ly be extended to .\.x,k? ci
lumb.a s oldest of all ai d only detaili d
U rritory on the Aiuei icau contii.eut."
. CLS 1'ioe porcelain tubs
at ttie I- 'Ttland L*x 1 ; ng Hou.se. Ki^j/i.s
i>C. -tOb. .oc and * K.frh venue. uu
fwsite Canadian Bank of Commerce.
trm.u. hureiUI
truuks. te.escoi es and suit ca?. > r'
C a v sou's.
PERSONAL MENTION
Miss M. King, sister of W. B King,
the auditor of the W. P. & Y. R., will
leave on the Jetierson this evening for
her home in Eugene, Oregon. Miss
King has visi'.ed with her brother at
Skagway for the summer.
C L Queen, of the Queon brothers
in the Atlin district, who have been
mining on Spruce ereek, arrived fiom
the interior last night and will leave
for l he south on :he Princess May.
J.ck llardv, who had charge of the
road house of Barnes & Uogers at Sheep
camp last summer, returned home las',
niglit. He will remain in this city for
the winter
.) H Brownlee, the well l> nown land
surveyor of the Atlin district, arrived
last niglit and will leave for the south
on the Princess May. He is at the
Fifth Avenue.
Mr. anfl Mrs. II B. Dunn, and little
M is> With Dunn retu ued on the Jef
(k rs >u from a short visit at Juneau.
Frank W. Pettygrove, northwestern
m ipager for J Foiger & Co.. of San
Km K-isco, arrived ou the Jefferson.
A. S. Dautrick came north as far as
Jut e tu on the Jefferson where he is to
assume the ageucy at that place for the
Bla -k Hall line.
George 1>. Daniels, formerly of Skag
w ay, has a station on the Tacorua &
K is > ru railroad at a place called Kibe.
Mrs. George Hlanchard returned
from ,i short visit to Juneau on the Jef
ferson.
t'ipt. I. B. Sauhorn, master of the
Whttehnrse, will leave for the south on
the J_fferson this evening.
Cnarles K. Hooker is in the city. He
is oa his way to Sitka on the Valencia.
C L. Andrews will leave for Juneau
on the Jefferson this evening.
W. K. Hillerv an Victor Sparks will
leave for San Krancisco this evening on
the Princess May.
I' K. Duolap will leave for the south
this evening on the J? fferson. He will
spend the winter at his old home in
California.
R. A. Carroll, agent for the |Alaska
Sr> aiuship Company, will return from
Whitehorse today.
A WOMAN TO BE PRETTY
Unit Have I.uxurtaat and Glouy Hair,
No Matter What Color.
The finest contour of a female face, the
s-v^etest smile of a female mouth, loses
^onethlng if the head I:; crowned with
scant hair. Scant and ft lllng hair. It Is
row known. Is caused hy a parasite that
> l-rows into the scalp to the root of the
hi: where It saps the vitality. The Ut
o white scales the germ throws up in
r.iwlrir are called dandruff. To cure
?Truff permanently, then, and to stop
t hair, that germ must be killed.
. : rn's Herpiclde, an entirely new re
?%r th-> chemical laboratory, destroys
triiff (term. and. of course, stops
? filling hair, and prevents baldness.
toBl druggists. Send 10c. In
up* for sample to The Herplclde Co.,
?: roll. Mich.
Wm Hritt, Special Agent.
New foods at the American Tailors.
Dunl<tp hats at Clayson's.
You make no mistake *}>y leaving
vo tr orders at the American Tailors.
IN TEARS
Touching 8ct?ue at the Moore]
Wharf
I leave you tomorrow on the Hum
boldt I expect you all on the wharf to
hand me the (flail hand. My competi
tors will be there in tears, with arms
encircling my neck. If you want nug
get jewelry we will have our little tray
on hand to suDplv you.
Mr Orem will conduct uiy business
until my return.
1 am determined to close out my stock
and you can purchase goods at actual
cost." Yours in tears,
'Keelar,
Skagway's Jewekr.
Choice Clam Chr.wder Tonight
The choicest clam chowder at ti e |
Seattle Saloon tonight. Try it.
SKAGWAY WEATHER
The result of the observation taken]
at Moore wharf at midnight, October |
21, 1904, is as follows:
Temperature time of observation 40
Max. temp, preceding 24 hours 4-">
Min " " " " 30
Mean " " " " 37
Barometer, 29.54.
i 'aim, Cloudy.
Tha Beat Doctor
Rev. B. C. Hortcn Suhliur Spring
Tex is, wriies, July 19th, 1S99: "I J>?m
used i? my family B^I1hiiI'? Snow Lini
ment and U'jrelioii^il Syrup, aud I hey
have proved certainly saiisfdct??r\ . Tl?e
liniment is the best we have ever u>ed
for lie 'daches and pains. The cmgli
syrrp ha? been our doctor for the last
eight >ear?." 250,5 C, it. 00. Sol'l by
Kelly Drug Co.
Hnw to Care Corn* and Bru m
Hirst, soak the coin or buiiun iti |
wtrtn water to s iflen i'; tben p*re ii
ilo .? n as c'osel> as possible wit I out iliaw- |
ing blood and a[ pi) Cliainbrr!; i-.'s Pail
B1I11I twice d 'lv, rubMnii v'gorouslt for
live niinule?al eavli a) pllra'i f. A torn |
pla>tt r yhuuld be worn a 'ew da\s to pn -
teit it fr ui the ahoe. As a general lini
ment lor sprains, b'uisc, lnuie'e-s ind I
rheumatism, FaiuBilui is u eq-Atd. |
l'oi sale by Kellv Dreg Co
Dr. R?najm Ri moved
D-. W. C. Hansom has removed to |
the Kelly block. 2w
All th delicacies of the season at the j
Pack Train Hesturant.
We have a Good Line of ?
j Cigars & lob&aco j
' Pipes, 5c and Up
?Till your pocketbook
J cannot reach
! Don't Forget the :
Number
* 428 BROADWAY, Phone 52 i
? 4
Tony Dortero j
Patronize
Home
Industry?
If Not You Should Do So By
Onr Bottled Beer Only
S2.00
Per Dozen
25c Rebate on Bottle*
Drinking Skagway Beer
Phone Brewery 40. Kesidenc t. 38
Office Hours: From 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to
4 and 7 to 9 p. m.
J. A, BAUGHMAN, M. D.
Officelin Old Citv Hall
Three Doors East of Britts' Pharmacy
Alaska Pacific Navigation Co.
">rr\ inn Alaska Pacific Exprrs* ani Uoit'd Spates Mail
S. S. SANTA ANA. - - Monthly, 21st
S. S. EXCELSIOR, - - " 5th
FROM JUNEAU
l'\.r Mtka, Vklintit, Kayak, Valilez, Seward at d Scldov'.i
S S. DORA ? onucct< with S S. San'a Ao* and Skila fnun V 1 1?J z t ?? fit'i ;
i>; -.K-h. iiiomh 'or Sew nt K.-ldnvia. Kodiak, t'yak, Ka'rn;s', IV ?1 Hay. higuU ;
L" .'ii. Be lofikv and IHHch llartv>r.
I. K. Trowbridire, O?o. Mao., Seattle. L. M Wt ST, Areas
Another Cold Snap.
Another Soft Snap
One of Our Heavy Overcoats or Suits at Satur
day's Special Prices.
At $20.00
One of Our $25.00 Suits, Overcoats or Raglans
At $17.50
Any Suit or Overcoat Selling at $22 50
At 16.00
Any Suit or Overcoat Selling at $20.00
At $14.00
Any Suit, Overcoat or Raglan Selling at $18
At $11.50
Any Suit or Overcoat Selling at $15.00
At $9.00
Any of Our Suits Selling at $12.50
These Prices Are For Saturday Only.
u m Behrends fltoxattfiU 0ompatW
II ? il*4 *fE0. BLANGHABD. Mgr.
The Escapement of
Your Watch
may be out of order Bring il to us
and have it repaired in a competent
manner.
< 'honcing It With Your Watch
Is Not a Timely Experiment
We will tell you exnctly what is the
mutter wiih your watch, and will not
charge you "for a broken mainspring
when it is only slipped or tell you that
it needs cleaning when the hairspring
is caught. Bring it in and we wM give
you an honest estimate of how much it
*ill co<t.
P. E. KERN,
Gold and .Silversmith
Fire and Liie
INSURANCE
Real Estate
Financial Agent
Notary Public
F^hil Abrahams
I
24 IVUTHTH AVE., 8KAGWAY '
R.J. firlttaln, Mnnagcr
Caribou Crossing
A Strictly
? Dining Room in Connection
Choicest. Wines Liquors & Cigars
'JUNEAU S. S. CCTS.
STEAMER
GB0RGm
Carrying t'. S. Mall
SAILS
Tuesdays and Satur
days
For Haines, Juneau, Hoonah Springs
and Sitka
J. P. FAIRBANKS, Agent
216 Broadway, Phone 90
T Billiard Parlor Reading and Writing Room
SPACIOSS CLUB ROOM
* LEE GUTHRIE Proprietor
t arrest and Best Appointed P.e?ort for Gentlemen
In the North
i r- n*?4 n ?i?
Finely Furnished Rooms
Electric Lighted Throughout
III E IMPERIAL HOTEL
GEO. W. CURTIS, PROP.
AMERICAN PLAN
Front St. South P.O., Whitehorse.Y.T
AT NIGHT OR DAY
If You Want a
NEW CARRIAGE
Call up
Call up Phone!l07
JOHN WILLIAMS
BENNETT
HIE III
New Management
A.R.GRAVfS,Prop.
Right Hand S'de Going North
Left Hand Side Going South
BENNETT, - B. C.
TAKE OFF YOUR HAT TO AN OI,D FRIEND, %
MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT.
FOR TWO GENERATIONS
IT HAS BEEN THE STAND-BY.
Your sires ami grandsirea used Mexican Mustang l.in
iment because it healed their hrrts and cured the ills^of
their domestic animals What Mexican Mustang Lin
. iment did for mankind and l?rs tc kind fiO years mjo, it
? does to-day. It hat always cored and always will cure
any and everything that a good, honest liuimentcancure.
IT SOAKS RIGHT DOWN
THROUGH THE MUSCLES.
Mexican Mustang Liniment gnes <|uickly "to the very
1 core of the cause and stops the ;:iost deep-set, excruciat
' ing pains almost instantly.
FROST BITES AND CHILBLAINS.
For-froien feet, ears or other parts there is nothing on
earth so good as Mexican Mustang Liniment.
? THE ONE CERTAIN G^.E
? FOR ALL HURTS AMU ACHES.
x No liniment can cure unices it penetrates the fevered
{ ami swollen muscles ri-jii t down to the roots of the
? trouble. Mcxic in Mustang Liniment penetrates most
I thoroughly. The deepest, most stubborn ;md most in
? tense pain can be reached and routed by the use of this
j good, old, time-tried liniment. For man or beast.
? POSITIVELY ,
? THE BEST PILE REMEDY.
? Mexican Mustang Liniment will cure the very worst
? cases of blind, bleeding, itching, internal or external
x Piles, speedily ;uid permanently.
? 25c., 6O0. AND SI A BOTTLE.
T For open sores saturate a soft cloth with the liniment
X and bind on. In other cases apply freely and rub hard.
. ALL KINDS OF FUR GOODS AT EASTERN PRICES
Coats, Capes, Caps, Boas, Muffs. G-loves, Robes and Rugs of allKinds
Goods mode to order of genuine Alaska furs, natural color. Raw bear skins, etc., made into rugs to order.
CHAS. R. WINTKR, The Furrier, BT?Ld,wnI

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