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CITY OFFICIAL PAPER
No. 218 VOL VII.
3KAGWAY, ALASKA, MONDAY OCTOBER 24. 1904 PRICE 10 CEXT8
AMERICAN Uttl 10 STOP
AT PANAMA
Discontented Citizens of the Isthmian
Republic Will Be Given Object Lesson
As to Uncle Sam's Power
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan 1
Washington. Oct. 24. The Pacific
*madn>n of the United State* na*y has
been ordered to stop at Panama when
on tte way ?outh to target practice off
theonastof Chile. The new republic
threateus to retult because of dissatis
faction with the constant interference
of the United States government in the
local affairs of their government It is |
thought the appearance of the Ameri
can fleet in their harbors will oe such
an exhibition of power as will keep the
country quiet.
Mr. N*w*ll Cf for th* Somth
A. B. Newell, rice president and
general mail Hirer uf the \V. P. Y . R..
will leave for the >outh this evening on
the Humboldt or he will go on the Cot
tage City next Wednoiday evening.
He will spend the winter in various sec
tions of the couury in the interest of
his company, lit* may make a trip to
l-oodoo, but that h is not been decided
upon.
lull O. !?t? ?* H???
I have diacon' iiuied my office on
Hrjadway ami h**ie.?f er all orders will
receive prompt a"t<*ntiofi if left at my
house, i'hone X !?' M. I.ucavish. tf
Salt for SI a Yaar
Buy an Kngliah oouduroy suit at
Clayson's. They cost fifteen dollars
and wear fifteen years. tf
The Vienna Bakery wants your bus
iness. It (fives the very best at the
cheapest price. Phone 36.
Patvrtoa Com-i
The Peterson arrived from Fort Wil
liam H. Seward this morning anil left
on the return trip at 3 o'clock this af
ternoon Mrs. W. H. Sample, Or Kod
?ey D Smith and Lieut, and Mrs Frtd
K. Smith made ihe trip.
Hereafter the Peterson will make
the round trip from Haines on Monday
and Saturday of each week, leaving the
Fort at 10 a." in. and Skagway at 3 p. rr. ]
For Sola
Half interest in the Alaska Transfer
Co. Apply to lteinharvl Klinger, on
premises. 10-17 lw ,
I'rtih Meat
The Frye-Bruhn Co. keep all kinds
of fresh meat constantly on hand, tf
You make no mistake by leaving
your orders at the American Tailors.
You get good values for your money
at the American Tailors.
I HARRISONS]
Sm-?<Mnrn to IaIIm' Bauutr ami * k airway New* Co.
Late
BOOKS
Store Open Evenings. "PHONE 55J
' ,apfd?
KELLVS
Almond and Elder
Tower Cream
A Delicate Emollient For Daily
Use
For Ladles, Men it Barbers
For Chapped Hands, Lips, Rough
Skin and Abrasions
Cures Chapped Hands and Lips
Kxeellent to use alter shaving
Is not sticky or greasy
Gloves can be worn immediately
Superior to glycerin? and camphor Ice. It removes sunburn, tan,
freckles ami pimples ('urea chapped hands, face and lips. Soothes
eczema and all irilatioos of the skin.
The Old Reliable
DRUGGISTS
SKAGWAY, DAWSON NOME
Kelly S Co.,
K. B. McLeonaa Peter Kicb?n
Commercial
Hotel
Whitehorse, Y T.
First Class in fvery
Way ? ^
i
?; European P'an
Comfortable Beds
Dining Roi m In Connection ?
HOTEL
PIONEER ij
^ |
!,o* p.ulkiiu*
WHITEHORSE. Y.T. %
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Near Port???ce, Front Street a
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Pete McMillan, Proprietor ?
rOssian fleet makes war on English
ROUGH TRIP
Burueitle la J.offctod '.Vith
the Storms
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan ] (
Seattle, Oct. 24 ?The cable ship '
Burnside arrived here Saturday even- 1 1
ing from Alaska where she has been ? t
'ay ing government cable. The Burn
side hail a very rough trip south. She
was buffeted "by storms all the way
from Alaska to the Sound.
The Hurnside will lay cables between
Puget sound points at once.
SK1GWAY HAS
ANOTHER CLUB
"The Skagway Club" has been
l.iunched upon the sea of Skagway soc
ial lifi' and it has started off in a man- 1
tier that augurs well for its future The j
Skagway club is a social organization,
and it will meet once a month at the j
Arctic Brotherhood hall. The Aral
function of the club will be next Satur- I
ilav evening. It will be a Halloween {
party, and many novel features are t
promised In fact, it is announced that '
; here will be several features to the!
L-lub that have not yet been introduced
in Skagway. Attendance at the meet- J
ing of the club will be by invitation, '
and more than 100 invitations have ;
been made to the first affair. The Pet
erson will make a special trip Satur- J
day to bring up the army people. j
The officers of the new cluo, which !
w;n organized Saturday night at the
residence of Mr. and Mrs. George A. !
lloseaberg, are: George A. Rosen
berg. president; E. R. Stivers, vice
president: and U. H. Sanford, secre- ,
lary-treasuror. jj
MUST GO
Bis S ocfe of Curios Greatly
Redac< J
Do you want an Indian basket? We(
havs three hundred of them that we (
want to sell and , we are prepared to
tonia ke a satisfactory price on them '
We also have one hundred pairs of
Moccasins that we will sell from fifty ,
cenM?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.
For Sale Ch??p
Three houses, furnished, at a bar
gain. Inquire of F. J. de Gruyter,
Seventh avenue, between Main and
Alaska streets.
Oy?t?r Click' at ?
Klmer Chamberlain's and Popcorn
Jim's famous Olympia oyster cocktails
are now served at the Totem saloon.
Watch Chealander's Bargain sale for
two weeks. See ad. on first page. 3t
I NETTLES & FORD
^ Tho Only Practical
Tinners and Plumbers
IN THE CITY
Hardware- Tin and
Graniteware
Steam Pipe& Fittings
Vancouver
Hotel-?-*
Whitohorse, Y. T.
New Management
Refurnished Throughout First
Class in Every Respect
Finest Cafe in the Northwest
A FEW OF BRITT'S SPECIALTIES^
Britt's Cough Cure \ All the latest toilet luxuries and
Corn Cure- J sundries. New and guaran
Cold Cream / teed.
Toilet Lotion I
Benzo Witch Hazel Creami K Given Careful Attention.
Beef Iron and Wine \ n ,
RheumaU0 Untunent Will. Bf tt, the DruOQiSt.
Tooth Ache Drops / 1 "n 4,1 "
TO BUY IT
Standard Oil Will Kleet
Judge Prtik'T
Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
New York, Oct. 34.? Thomas W.
Lawson, the Boston financier and an
,hor of "Frenzied Finance," says that
standard Oil, when the proper time
irrives, will purchase n few doubtful
states and elect Judge Alton 15 I \trkf r
o the presidency for tho purpose of an
lihilating President Roosevelt, i.aw
lon is confident that Parker will be
alected.
ffMPER4lllRE SHOWS
MS ON Tilt YUKON
There has been a perceptible rise in
he temperature in the Yuon \ alley
since Saturpay morning. I
The report from the lower nv-r|
ihowed conditions at 8 a. m. today i.i be
is follows:
Whitehorse ? Clear, south wind,
12 above. , ,
Stewart ? Cloudy, calm 14 above, riv
?rs full of ice.
Ogilvie? Cloudy, calm, 15above, river
[ull of ice.
Dawsoa ? Cloudy, calm, 18 above,
river full of ice.
Selkirk? Cloudy, calm, 28 above,
river half full of ice.
Sylwyn? Cloudy, calm, 15 above. No
ioe
Hootalinqua? Cloudy calm, 10 above.
No ice.
Ntw York Sport! njao H?re
Charles Sheldon, a New York capital
ist and railroad man. who has been
hunting in the Alaskan and Canadian
interior, is in the city and will leave on
the Humboldt this evening or on the
Cottage City Wednesday for the south.
He is enthusiastic over the field this
country presents for the spo;tsman and
will return heic next summer. Mr.
Sheldon was at Yale at the same time
A. K. Newell, grneral manager of the
\Y. P. & V. K , attended lh?t univers
ity. He is now heavily interested in
Mexican railways
SKAGWAY WEATHER
The result of the observation taken
at Moore wharf at midnight, October
23, 1904, is as follows:
Temperature time of observation. . . .45
Max. temp, preceding 24 hours 4"
Min. " 37
Mean " " " ' 42
Barometer, 29.89.
Raining, south wind.
Wood lor Sal*
We have for sale and will deliver to
any part of the city good dry wood.
Sawed in any length. Alaska Transfer
Co., Phone 10. 8 20 tf
For Sal* or Rant
Good dwelling house, partly furnish
ed. Four rooms with closets and wood
shed, well in kitchen, splendid water.
Price reasonable. Inquire of W . W.
Boughton, Idaho Liquor House, corner
Third and Broadway.
A fine lunch ana a large glass ot
Rainier beer, at the Seattle Saloon for
10 cents. 'T
The best that the market affords at j
the Pack Train Restaurant.
All the delicacies of the season at the
Pack Train Resturant.
t,
Oyster cocKtaiis, Olympiaor Eastern
at the Pack Train restaurant.
Best of wines liquorsfand cigars at
the Totem.
Baltic squadron attacks Hull and Gan
rock fishing fleet in North sea and rid
dles it? Intense excitment in England
[Special Dispatches to the Daily Alaskan.]
London. Oct. 24 ? The Russian Baltic squadron fired on the Hull and Ganrock fish
ing fleet in the North sea Saturday night. For 20 minutes they rained shot and shell on
the defenseless fishing crafts. Two headless fishermen were brought to Hull this morn
ing. One and possibly two vessells were sunk. The Russians flashed searchlights and
when the crafts were located, they were riddled with shot and shell.
In addition to the two fishermen whose dead bodies have been recovered, others are
missing. Sixteen wounded men were picked up in the water. After the bombardment,
the Russians nailed away without offering any explanation.
All England is excited over the outrage. Messages are flashing demanding an ex
planation.
St. Petersburg, Oct. 24 ? The authorities here have no information with reference
to the attack of the British fishing fleet by the Russian squadron.
RUSSIAN BALTIC FLKET PROGRESSING
Eastbourne, Eng. Oct. 24 ? Seven Russian battleship and four cruisers passed
here this morning.
Cherbourg, France, Oct. ? Three Russian torpedo boats and the auxililiary cruiser
Korea are moored at the roadsted at this place taking on coal.
ARMIES IN ORIENt gpT AtriVlfltS
(Special Dispatches to Daily Alaskan.)
Mukden, Oct. 24 ? The main Russian army has crossed the Taitse river again and
captured Sakhopu. The Japanese outposts have fled for the purpose of joining the main
body of their troops. Both sides are again moving for offensive action and another big
battle is expected to take place very soon.
St. Petersburg, Oct. 24 ? The Russians are bombarding the station and the buddist
temple at Lamuntung.
Liudshinpu, Oct. 24? The Japanese are bombarding the Russian positions at Sakhe.
JAPANESE AGAIN AFTER PORT ARTHUR
Chefoo, Oct. 24 ? The Japanese have renewed their attack on the Russian positions
at Port Arthur. They have captured several trenches in the last two days. It is believed
that a general assault on Port Arthur has begun.
RETURNING- WOUNDED CHEERED
St. Petersburg, Oct. 24 ? The first batch of wounded troops has arrived from the
front. The men on stretchers and crutches were received with frantic cheers at the depot
by the j?opulace.
i BUFFALO BILL
REVIVES CHARGES
I
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
Chevenne. Wyo., Oct. 24. ? Buffalo!
Bill, (William F. Cody) is pressing his
suit for a divorce from his wife. He
persists in urging the charge he made
?ome time ago that she tried to assas
sinate* him with jwison.
Exprei*. Wood and Coal
Leave orders for expr> ss wagon, wood (
or coal at the Boss Bakery. Phone 51.
Krnest Lucavish. 10 12 lw
Mnaoot hi' a New Mn-to
The Mascot saloon has just received
a large consignment of new music for
its popular Victor talking machine. It
includes all the latest popular airs.
Oyater Cooktaila
Elmer Chamberlain's and Fopcorn
Jim's famous Olympia oyster cocktails
are now served at the Totem saloon.
Leopard velvets and Scotch flannel
waistings, at Harrisons'.
Fine porcelain tutjs at Principal bar
bershop, opposite Board of Trade.
We Are Headquarters For \
CHICKEN FEED
WHEAT- CRACKED CORN
SCRATCH FOOD, HOLLY CHICKl
FOOD, CHICAGO BEEF SCRAPS,
SHORTS AND BRAN
Just Received
Some Sprayers and Liquid to
Kill Chicken Lice
1W1BM1
Sole Agents for Rose of EHrnsburg Butter.
The Place Where You Save Money By
Spending It
WARDEN ASKS FOR
MILITARY AID
[Special Dispatch ^to Daily Alaskan]
San Rafael, Cal., Oct. 24 ?The ward
en of the prison at this place has asked
for the aid of artillery to prevent con
victs from escaping'. There have been
many attempts at jail breaking' re
cently.
N.w Forwarding Ag nt
N. J C'aron, who has been attached
to the Dawson postofflce service the last
six years will be mail inspector an for
warding clerk for the winter at White
horse.
Last winter the position at White
horse was filled by H. C McDiarmid.
Mr. C'aron, J it is said, has been one of
the steadiest and most genial employes
of the Dawson postoffice.
For Salt
F. M. Lucavish has a good piano for
sale. tf.921
For 50 cents you may get a basket
of good things at the Seattle saloon.
Dunlap hats atClavson's.
When you can forget that yofl are
wearing shoes at all then you are wear
ing about the right kind of sho^s. If
you want a pair of that kind call in and
see hs. F. H. Clayson & Co.
MORANS AFTER
anoiher coviracf
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
Washington, Oct. 24.? The Moran
i Brothers Company have submitted a
1 bid to build another battleship or
armored cruiser. The satisfaction with
the work the firm has done on the Ne
braska is complete ard it stands,
j very highly with 'he navv department.
> It is regarded as likely that it will get
the desired contract.
WaahioctnH Team Loses
For the first time in two years tta
University of Washington met defeat
in a collegiate football game last. Satur
day. The Oregon Agricultural coHege
won the victory. "The score was 26 to 5.
Snlatatory
Having purchased th Commissary
cigar store and business from E. E.
McDonald, I will be pleased to meet all
patrons and friends of the house who
will be made as welcome and lie treat
ed at well as though no change had
taken place. I also solicit the trade of
new patrons.
JOHN HALEY,
The leading barbershop and bath
rooms. The Principal, opposite Board
of Trade.
All the latest winter styles in suit
ings at the American Tailors.
At COST
During the bal
ance ot this mon*
th we will se 1
Everything at Cost in the Line 01
Millinery and Ladies' and
Children's Goods
Chealanders, nro Avenue,
Coles' Hot Blast
Best and Most Economical Heaters
1 Dement & Gearhartl
When In Haines-^r
Stop at the
Hotel Northern
J. G. Morrison, Prop.
Restaurant In Building
d^rnj/- &H0-14/ "h-us deJlccuncS -/e/Ls casty
<UnJ!eA>6 yj-us bteds
THE BOSS-HTaaT-Nra m q/%i? a ?
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