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Friends and patrons who are not getting their groceries delivered promptly will confer a tavor 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 r.rocer IT IS GOOD Kluaue District U Rirli i" Possloilitifs The Kluane district, which is the official designation of the Bullion. Bur wbh. Sheep anil other gold bearing creeks in the r trinity of Kluane lake, is not a pick and shovel country, but one of the coning hydraulic sections according to Jack Hard, of this city, who spent the summer in that section. The buildiug of the road there, Mr. Hardy thinks, has solved the future of the district. With the transportation facilities that alTords. he thinks it is possible to tret provision and machinery into the country cheap enough to make possible the working of the Jin, "There is no doubt about the values being in the grouud," said Mr. Hardy. "The only question has been the ex pense of getting the gold out. It is now figured that supplies can be ta\en in there at 3 cents a pound as against 40 cents, the amount paid last summer. The road recently completed with the interior terminus at Kluane city, at the mouth of Silver creek, in Kluane dis trict, is almost perfect and would make a good highway forautomobiling. 'Ihe grades are all easy and the creeks are spanned with substantial bridges. "The Bullion Creek Hydraulic Com pany, of which W. L. Breese is at the head, is getting to work as rapidly as possible. Twenty men are employed now and more will be engaged as need i>d. "The output of the country this year will approach #11,0 0 or < 12,00". Th -re was from *4730 to toUUO taken from Bul lion creek, about $l"00 from Sheep, I17.V) to $i00t> from Burw.uh, *."<.->0i> to ?44 >00 from the Kuby section and quite a lot from Kltnberly. All that shows that the gold is there and thit ail that will be required ischea|>er methods of taking it out of the ground to make the country profitable. "The government has done well by the Kluaoe country and the people who are interested there are grateful to Hobert Lowe for his effort* in their in half In addition to building an excel lent wagon road to the district, a re cording district wi-h a recorder and in spector and a postortic- have been pro vided Percy Reed is the mining recorder and Lockie Bur wash the in spector. ?The Kluane district is the most for tunate of any of the recent disc .. 'Ties in the north, (t was tapped wuh an excellent wagon road withiu one year from its discovery, and the moinen' it was discovered that it would require capital to work the country there a capitalist on hand read} to take up the proposition in a manner advantageous to both the interest of the claim owners and to those of the hydraulic company. Mr. Breese is doing for the Kluane dis trict in its second year what hydrau it companies have done for other districts vears after their lo.ation." PERSONAL MENTION Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Chealander and their sons. Masters Byron and Hei bert, will leave for Seattle on the Cot tage City. Mr. Chealander goes to be present at the meeting of the grand camp of the Arctic brotherhood, of which he is secretary. K. H. Muir will have charge of the store during the ab sence of Mr. and Mrs. Chealander. Judge I. N. Wilcoxen left for a quick trip to Seattle and return on the Jef ferson. He will return in time for the district court, which will convene Nov ember 7. Mis* Bessie McKenzie, cousin of Mrs. George W. Woodruff, formerly of this city, who spent the summer at L)awson. arrived on the train Saturday night and left on the Jefferson to s|>end the winter with hsr parents at Seattle. J. M. Tanner and 1*. W Suvder huvel returned froiu a bunting tr'pdowo the canal. Mr and Mrs. Walter Wensky are a' ' the Fifth Avtnite hotel Mr. Weosks is German con-ul at Dawson. Frank W White ai.d !'. G ? ope I and of the Pacific Ciwst Steamship ? '??!? pany. will be on the train from W? it- - ' horse this evening. Mis?. Pu^len will return from Wiiiie horse today. Now is the titne to oruer your winter suiis and overcoat- at the Am r'cat Tailors tut u. s. Mil. soil UNION Plying Daily Betweeu Skagway aud Haines Leaves Skagway at 9 a. m. Sharp riving at Haines at 11:30 a. m. ~>s Haines at 2 p. m. ?re 91.50. Lavton and Germain. COMES FASI Prospector Makiug Oootl Time lip 8tre?m While horse, Oct. 24.? The Prospect or is tnakiug good pro|rr?* up stream. The staunch little steamer was al Sel wyn at a. m. today. The Wilbur Crimmin will leave Dawson today for Lower Labarje to tie up for the winter. She will take a cargo on the first water next spring for Tanana. The Dawson. Columbian, Victorian and La France are at Hootalinqua dis charging; steel rails. The Columbian and La France will tie up there for the winter. The Dawson and \ ictorian w ill leave for Whitehorse today. They w 11 be stripped and taken out of the water upon their arrival here. M thodlsts to Hut* N?w Organ At the close of the service last eve ning in the Methodist church Dr. Par suns reported to the congregation the offer made by the Williams Organ Co., of Chicago for their auditorium organ, the largest they manufacture, and one of t he most perfect organs of its class obtainable, and immediately it was de cided to accept the offer, and over half of t he price was quickly raised. It is ?wpect.'d that the organ will arrive here in about six weeks. The need of a new organ was created by the Kpworth League and primary department of the Sunday school. Both are prosperous, and both need the use of an organ, and it was decided some time ago that a fine organ, if possible, should be purchased for the auditorium. WASHING WITHOUT WATER >? Like Trying to Get Rid of Oaidnil Without Ilerplrlde. rid you ever see any one trying to n . sh themselves without soap or \.-ter? If you did what would you say of ha a? It every bit as "foolish to try to get rt-1 of Dandruff and to prevent Bald r.. s by feeding the germs which causa 'i C:\nthrarldes. Vaseline. Glycer it .1 similar substances which form t: principal Ingredients of most ao - ' .1 Hair Vigors. v bro's Herplclde Is successful be e it attai-ks and kills the parasitic which feeds on the hair roots. ? t';i? original and only genuine --?'mi'-lde manufactured. 1 by londlncr druggists. Send 10c. In for sample to The Herplclde Co.. 1 roit. Mich. Win. Britt, Special Agent. Wintar Suits and 0??roo?ts j The season of winter suits and over coats has arrived and is the time to ; place your order if you|nave not already : done so. We are prepared with one of ' 'he test lints that ever came to Skag I way. Come and see. K. WOLLAND, Merchant Tailor. For Rant or Sal* Cheap Two nicely furnished Cottages for r<-ot or sale cheap. Inquire at Skag way laundry. ll>-24 tf IN TEARS Tuncliing Seem* at IIih M?ore Wlnrf I leave tou tomorrow on the fclum l> >ldt I expect you all on th.; wharf to h.i'id in- th- glad hand. My compel! tiTs-w.ll bo there in tears, with arms e .circling my neck. If you want nug g I jewelry we will have our little tray on hand to suoplv you. r Orera ? ill conduct my business until my return. i I am determined locloseout my slock a: d you cati purchase goods at actual c st. Vours in tears, K'-clar, Skagway's Jewel- r, Kudi.k! .v It tic box to picture rox, A i iu ag'! maJe on paper. A but .on pressed. We do the rest. Tiiev call us Case A Draper. l.?-30tf The Bait Doctor kev B. C. H?r:< n Sul lnn Spring , T x w' ite-, J?l? 19th, tS9g: "l lime u c? I iu my i B. llmd'* S on Liui meiif ?ml ll-.iir hound Syrup, and ihry h?v?r pro vs..; ier?ir'v ?? isl-ct r> . The hintiei.i in 'he br-t we h?ve ever used for nr Jacb>s aud p?in?. The cough syri'p ha? been our doctor for the last ei<!it \ ears." 25c, 50c, fct.oo. Solo by Kelly Drug Co. New goods at the American Tailors. Baths 2f> cents. Fine porcelain tubs at the Cortland Lod ;ing House. Booms 25c. 60c, "5c and J'. Fifth avenue, op posite Canadian Bank of Commerce. IILIIIUVLU ? 111 Black Flyer Reaches Port] From South The Black Flyer Humbodt arrived in port las: olgh:. at tt o'clock with a few passengers, 50 tons of freight and one and half day's mail. She will sail for the south this evening at 0 o'clock. Cottaga City Onmlng The Cottage City sailed for Skagway Saturday morning at 10 o'clock and will be due to arrive tomorrow even ing or Wednesday morning. L. M West, agent for the Pacific Coast Steamship Company at this place re ceived a dispatch yesterday notifying him of the sailing. The Cottage City will sail Wednesduy night. Amur On* Tomorrow The Amur of the Canadian Pacific line should arrive in port tomorrow evening or early Wednesday morning. She sailed from Vanfiouver Saturday evening. She will sail Wednesday night. I'arilloo and Al-KI Coming ' The Parallon and the Al-Ki were at Wrangell whert the Humboldt passed that place coming north. They should reach Skagway tonight or tomorrow. !We have a Good Line of J Cigars & lobbaco ? ? Pipes, 5c and Up 'Till your pocketbook J cannot reach * Don't Forget the Number k * 428 BROADWAY, Phone 52 ? * J Tony Dortero : Patronize Rome industry? If Not You Should Do So By Our Bottled Beer Only $2.00 Per Dozen 25c Rebate on Bottle* Drinking Skagway Beer Phone Brewery 40. Residence, 38 Great ' Northern Railwav The Short Un^ East If You Contemplate a Trip to Tne WORLD'S FAIR AT ST. LOUIS Talk With WESLEY YOUNG. Local Agent, Fifth Avenue Hotel ?,'G.|Yerkes, G. W. P. A. The Celebrated Yost... TYPEWRITER The machine of beautiful work ami cor rect alignment. Easy to Operate and Keep in Order Easy to Pay For The light running Yost is unequalled in lightness of toutcb, quietr.ess nf ac tion, simplicity and durability. It is recognized as a necessity in the bus iness man's office or the professional man's aiudy. Kor particulars, cat logue etc., write to Yost Writing Machine Co 325 Montgomery St. S n Francisco, Agents for Alaska ? or A ppl; ?t I h a iOftioo " Moneybak " Black Silks. The Longer a Piece of SilK Wears the Leas It Costs* Come to the silk counter to-day if interested in a quality of black silk that will give satisfactory wear. We want to show you the "Moneybak" quality and tell you why the name is attached to the selvage by a patented device. Not every piece of silk woven, even by the manufacturers of "Moneybak," is entitled to a guarantee, and that is the rea son the name "Moneybak" is not attached until the silk has been carefully examined and proved to be worthy of the "Moneybak" indorsement. Perhaps it is news to you that no one can foretell just how a piece of silk will come from the loom. Given the same raw material, same finish, same loom and same weaver, will some times fail to produce two pieces identical in quality. If it is not all right, the "Moneybak" indorsement is not attached, but when you find it attached to a piece of silk it bears the same relation to the silk that the diploma does to a physi cian, in that it assists people in judging of the merits of either for their confidence. At the SilK Counter. The Escapement of Your Watch may be out of order. Bring it to us and have it repaired io a competent manner. Chancing It With Your Watch Is Not a Timely Experiment We will tell you exactly what is the matter with 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 will give y< u an honest estimate of how much it will co-t. P. E. KERN, Gold and Silversmith Fire and Li.e INSURANCE Real Estate Financial Agent Notary Public ! Phil Abrahams M FOURTH A VR? 8KACWAY office lloivs: From 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p m J. A. BAUGHMAN, M. D. Office in Old Citv Hall Tbrw Doors East of Britu.' Pharn ao. Alaska Pacific Navigation Co. Carrying Alaska Pacifc Exprtstt and United Stales Mail S. S. SANTA ANA. - - Monthly, 21st S. S. EXCELSIOR, - - " 5th FROM JUNEAU For Sitka, Yakutat, Kayak, Valdez, Seward and Seldovla S. S. DORA Connects with 8.S. Santa Ana and ahils from Valdez the 26th of each month for Seward. Seldovla. KoJiak, Uyak, Ka'mai, Cold Bay, Chignik, Dnga, Bellofeky and Dtttch Harbor. J. F, Trowbridge, Gen. Alan., Seattle. L M. WEST, Agent, j Caribotx Crossing ?Dining Room in Connection Choicest W ines Liquors & Cigars 1 1 . JUNEAU S. S. CO'S. 8TEAMEK GEORGm Carrvlne D. 8. Mall SAILS Tuesdays and Satur days For Haines. Juneau, Hoonah Springs and Sitka J. F. FAIRBANKS, Agent 216 Broadway, Phone 00 1 Billiard Parlor Rwdli| and Writing SPACIOffS CLUB ROOM The Board of Trade LEE GUTHRIE Proprietor Largest and Heat Appointed Resort for Gentlemen In the North Finely Furnished I looms Electric Lighted Throughout THE 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 HI! HI New Management A. R. GRAVES, Prop. Right Hand S:de Going North Left Hand Side Going South BENNETT, - B. C. ALL KINDS OF FUR GOODS AT EASTERN PRICES Coats, Capes, Caps, Boas, Muffs, Gloves, Robes andRugsofallKinds Goods mode to order of genuine Alaska furs, natural color. Raw btar skins, etc., made into rugs to order. CHAS. R. WINTER, The Furrier, BrnearwDepot