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Russian Commander desires to discuss proposition of surrendering,
but Japanese disposed to make no concessions? Massacre is teared
at final combat
(Special Dispatches to Daily Alaskan.)
Tokyo. Nov. 1<) ? Gen. Stoessel, the Russian commander at Port Arthur has asked
for an armistise. His puri)oae is not known, though it is persumed that he desires to dis
cuss terms of surrender.
Tli.' Japanese soldiers are angry, and are not disposed toward making any concess
ions. They believe that the Russians are murdering the. wounded captured from the Jap
anese. and that they should lie treated likewise. It will be difficult to prevent a massacre
when the final combat shall come.
St. Petersburg, Nov. 10 ? The situation at Mukden has not changed from yesterday
The skirmishing continues and an attack is expected from the Japanese.
[SjHH-ial Di? itch to Daily Alaskan.]
Soattlt>. N ? . li One of the last acts
of the grand i rc.i iptneni of the Are
is t o r,- ,>therh> > to a ire '.o I'resi
dent Roosevelt a resolution which was
adopted by that order demanding that
Alaska be given a repre>entative in
congress at once.
m r in
Amur Ov? rtlue to Arrive
Fioui South
"!'h< Amur is overt! ue at this place.
She should have l>een in 'ate yesterday
evening or ? .iriy this morning. She is
expected at any time. It is believed
that may ha.*o delayed her.
J. f.rtun Tomorrow
The J. Person will 1*> due to arrive in
jv. .ft tomorrow evening She sailed
( rem S uttle .Monday evening.
Fink &L 4t
The Frye-Bruhn Co. keep all k"? tU
of fresh taeat constantly on band. A i
All tbe deli vur.es of the season ai the
I* ; k train Uesturant.
Ail the litest winter styles insult
ing-. at the American Tailors.
Hniues Hater Front Being
The water front at Haines between
the town and the barracks is being
cleared of houses. All the building
on the land except two have been re
moved and those are in process of re
moval They are getting off pursuaut
to notice received from the military
Those who have recently returned
from Haines say there has been a great
change in the appearance of th ? town
recently. People are straightening
their buildings in ordvr to get them on
the lin.? of the street, and new build
ings are being erected. The ,-awmill
is kept busy cutting lumber.
When you can forget that you kit
wearing shoes at all then you are weal
ing about the right kind of sho s If
you want a pair of that kind call in and
see us. F. H. Clayson & Co.
Comfort and
Is Found In ,
the /
} "J. D." (
Corset *
Self Preservation Is
the I irst Law of
Prolect Your Health |
Savin? Sicknes and Doctor's Bills 1
By Weaiing One of Our
New Cham )isSkin Vests g
.? i ? lln?- j k r.veiv?\l, all s'ws for women and children.
Kelly a Co.,
The Old Reliable
Uuittd States Wardiip Goes
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
Seattle, Nov. 10? The United States
Monitor Wyoming went aground last
night at White point. She was floated
In a few hours with little damage to
t&e vessel. There has been a dense fog
prevailing for 24 hours.
Crawa WU1 k? Th re
W. E. Crews, deputy grand exalted
ruler of the Elks for the district of Al
aska. will be at the Elks lodge tonight
aid will talk about the order for the
beuifit of those who attend the regular
New goods at the American Tailors.
(Speciai Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
Dawson, Nov. 10. ? Judge Thomas J.
Humes, formerly superior judge of King
county, Vashington, and mayor of Se
attle for three terms, dropped dead on
the street at Fairbanks at 1 o'clock yes
terday afternoon. He was returning:
from lunch when the end came It, is
supposed that death was due to epilipsy.
He had been sick for a month as a re
sult of stomach troubles through eating
much canned goods. The body will
be preserved to be sent outside if his
relatives and friends sha 1 require that.
Judge Huinei was a member of the
law firm of" Uumes, Joslin & Nye,
and was expecting an appointment as
district judge for one of the Alas- a di
visions. He was over (U) years of age.
Seattle, Nov. .10 The news of the
death of Thomas J. Humes, formerly
mayor of Seattle, caused a sensation
Hubbard Pleads Guilty Bat
Blames Morphine
Private Cost is# Hubbard plead guiltv
to a charge of forgery in the district
court today and begged mercy at the
hami* of the court, lie blames h i fall
to morphh.e. The indictment against
him was returned by the grand jury
this morning, together with another
'or uttering and publishing as true a
fals ? and forged check, and was for
forging the name of Dr. J. B. Clayton
to a check and passing the same at the
IVitheon Saloon. Sentence has not
been passed.
The grund jury failded to find u true
bill against Jimmy Brown, Daniel
George, Jake Lee and James Roberts,
who had been charged with illegal fish
| |The trial of the case of Calrin
Phillips & Co. against. Bloom it Kor
ach, for rent, is still in progress before
a jury
The grand jury Is still at work.
Aged and Matured In the Wood In
ti?? U. S. Bonded Wur?tout?
We make a specialty of hitrli grade
li<iui rs. wines of all kinds. The only
only family liquor house in Alaska.
House of Lords, black Usher Scotch,
imported fort and Sherry. Highest
quality cigars. Ch r guarantee goes,
the Monogram. Bloom & Korach.
Clothea R paired
Ladies' and gentlemen's clothes
clt aned and pressed. Mending of all
kinds. Fifth Avenue, three doors east
of State street. 10--9 lm
For Rent or Sale Cheap
Two nicely furnished Cottages for
rent or sale cheap. Inquire at Skag
way laundry. 10-24 tf
Leopard velvets and Scotch flannel
waistings, at Harrisons'.
Buy Your Coal
Shaw & Johnson
Importers of
Wellington, 'Ladysmith'
Double Screened anil Sacked
Pennsylvania Anthracite
K>isr and Chestnut, Dishes. Grade
Well nijlon, delivered, per ton, fl.1 00
Anthrucite, " 21 00
Phons l!-123 Moores Wharf
BrirV's Cough. Cure ' All the latest toilet luxuries and
Corn Care. I Sundries New ond guaran
'Jold Cream / teed. *
Toilet Lotion v i?
Benzo Witch Haz9l Cream 1* Given Careful Attention.
Beef Iron and Wine \ B
?St?5S"" I Wm. Brftt, im Bromw.
Lailiek' Bamr Will Bn a Treat
Everybody, especially evory lady ad
mires artistic needle work, and that is
one reason why everyl>ody will be at
the bazaar to be given bv the ladies ??f
the Presbyterian church next Tuesday
afternoou and evening.
The needle work will cousist of near
ly everything which comet under that
general term the mysteries of which
are so well understood bv the feminine
.Bind and the churm-i of which are ao
priciated by men and women alike..
There will be embroidery, drawn work,
lace work and about a thousand other
I classes of work.
In addition to the displaf of artistic
work, their wijl be candies, cakes, pits
and many o'.her things that are good.
A special feature of the Bazaar will
oe a dinner to be served in the evening
from 5:^0 to 7:30. Lovers of first-class
home cooking who attend are promised
a treat In addition to the dinner light
refreshments will be served from 2 p.
ra till the closing time. Various
booths will have on display many use
ful at well as ornamental articles for
sale which wiil afford an opiwrtunity to
secure gifts 'tillable for the holiday
season that is fast upproacbing.
The store room on S'xth avenue,
formerly occupied by Behrends Mer
cantile > ompany, will be tastefully tit
ted up for the occasion and a gi od time
is promised to all those who at tend.
There will be no char/e for admis
Thro? Sprcialtii i. All Pertoct
The Boss Bakery makes a specialty
of three things icecream, fresh bak
ery goods anil Flow's candies, all guar
anteed to bo perfect. The ice cream
and bakery products of the Moss Bakery
are unexcelled anywhere, and Plow's
candies speak for themselves wherever
; found.
At Wholeinla Prlcos
The Mascot saloon sells liquors,
either bulk or case goods at wholesale
prices. All the old brands always on
haud. 10-1 tf.
Knglish corduroy pants at Clayson's. ,
They wear like a nigger's heel.
Watch Chealander's Bargain sale for ,
two weeks. See ad. on first page. 3t 1
Best of wines liquors and cigars at
the Totem.
Republican popular plurality will be 1-500,000 in largest vote ever
cast? Missouri falls in line, breaking solid south? Majority still
[Special Dispatches to the Daily Alaskan.]
New York, Nov. 10 ? As belated returns are received from the various states the
magnitude of the republican tidal wave that swept over the country Tuesday besomes
more startling. It is now estimated at republican headquarters that the plurality for
Roosevelt in tne popular vote will be 1,500,000. The popular vote is the largest that has
ever been cast by theAmerican people. The stampede of the northern electorate has broken
the solid south, taking Missouri into the republican column for the first time in the history
of the state. The republican majority in the house of representatives is constantly grow
ing and it might reach 100, the largest that party has elected sinee 1894.
The vote in the electoral college will be Roosevelt, 343; Parker, 133.
Chicago, Nov. 10 ? The returns today show the republicans to have made enormous
gains in the house of representatives. At the republican headquarters it is said today
that the republicans have elected 230 members of the honse for certain, and that it is only
sure that the democrats have 138. There are still 18 in doubt. It is believed the republi
can majority will reach 100.
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
St. Louis, Nov. 10.? Remarkable re
publican gains throughout the state
?eem to justify the claim of the repub
lican state committee that the state has
gone for Roosevelt. It is claimed at
republican headquarters that unofficial
returns from most of the precinct? of
every county in the state and careful
estimates on tho others give Roosevelt
2080 plurality. The returns are com
ing in very slowly.
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
Washington. Nov 10? It is believed
here that President Roosevelt will sur
round himsolf with personal friends
and men who are in full sympathy with
his administration and that he will give
his best efforts to ' ard giving the peo
ple his own kind of an administration.
There may be but few changes in the
cabinet, as perfect harmony is now
known to exist in the executive family.
H. D. Kirmse Will (-sive
Away Diamon'l King
On Christmas night I will give away j
a diamond ring to some one of the pa- j
trons of my store. A ticket will bej
given away vi ith each dollar, purchase
at the store between now and that
night. In addition to getting a chance
on this diamond, each patron of the Pi
oneer Jewelry store will have the lar
gest and best stock o." goods to select
from in Alaska and at prices that are
right. The stock includes diamonds,
watches, jewelry of all kinds, Haviland
China, cut glassware and everything in
the jeweler's lire.
H, D. Kirmse,
The Pioneer Jeweler.
Baths 25 cents. Fine porcelain tubs
at the Portland Lod ;ing House. Rooms
25c, 50c, 75c and I ' . Fifth avenue, op
posite Canadian Bank of Commerce.
We Have Just Ileceived Our New Pack
Preferred Stock Canned
^ ? Goods ? -
They ace exceptionally fine this yeir, the corn especially so, sweet and
tender. Olives are also very fine, large, firm and crisp, in fact the
line right through cannot be beaten
Peaches, Pears- Plums Strawberries, Cher
ries, Rasb3rries, Pineapple, Clams, Oys
ters, Shrimp. Ojives and Catsup.
Sole Agents for Preferred Stock Canned Goods
The La-gest Stock to Select From This Side of
Seattle. Wholesale'and Retail
We want your trade and will treat jou richt.
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
Denver, Nov. 10 ?Late returns in- '
sure the election of Alva Adams, dem- (
ocrat, for governor, defeating present
Gov. I'eabody.
Denver, Nov. 10? The returns con- ?
tlnue coming in slowly, but enough is
known to make it certain that Adams
will have 5000 plurality for governor. |
These figures are being increased. The
entire democratic state ticket proba- j
bly has been elected by good majorities.
Cripple Creek, Nov. 10? A desperate j
attempt was made to deport County
Clerk Mannux. The kidnappers weie
overtaken by Sheriff Uell and the coun
ty clerk released. Three men were ar
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
London, Nov. 10? The London Times
says the secret of the success of Roos
evelt's administration is Roosevelt him
self. "He is the incarnation of much |
that the American people desire," it
San Francisco, Nov. 10 ? California
has e'ected republicans from all eight
of the congressional districts. This is
a republican gain of three.
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
| Canton, O., Nov. 10? Mrs. McKinley
has sent to President Roosevelt the fol
lowing telegram; "Accept congratu
lations "
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
| Reno, Nevada, Nov. 10 ? Late returns
from all parts of the state insure the
election of George Nixon, republican,
for governor. The republican electors
have a safe majority.
The Vienna Rakery wants your bus
j Iness. It gives the very best at the
cheapest price. Phone 35.
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
Seattle, Nov. 10? Complete returns
from the election in this state will not
be in before tomorrow, but the plural
ity for Mead, republican, for governor
continues to grow. It is claimed at re
publican headquarters that it will reach
Koosevelt's plurality will be .ri0,000 or
or over.
It is believed now that all the new
members of the state senate are repub
licans. This includes those from the
east, side of the mountains as well as
those from the west sido.
The vote by states in the electoral
college, giving Missouri to the republi
cans, is as follows:
Roosevelt Parker
Alabama 11
Arkansas 9
California 10
Colorado 5
Connecticut 7
Delaware 3
Florida 5
Georgia 13
Idaho 3
Illinois 27
Indiana r. ... 10
Iowa 13
Kansas 10
Kentucky 13
Louisiana ... 9
Maine 6
Maryland 8
Massachusetts I<>
Michigan 14
Minnesota 11
Mississippi 10
Missouri 13
Montana 3
Nebraska 8
Nevada 3
N. Hampshire 4
New Jersey 12
New York 39
N.Carolina 12
North Dakota 4
Ohio 23
Oregon . . ? . 4
Pennsylvania 34
Rhode Island .. 4
S. Carolina 9
South Dakota 4
Tennessee 12
Texas 18
Utah 3
Vermont 4
Virginia 12
Washington &
West Virginia 7
Wisconsin 13
Wyoming 3
343 . 133
Get* Six l ine
Judge Rogers yesterday fined Charles
P. Phillips $100 and costs u|?n a con
viction for giving whiskey to Indians.
He will serve it out in the federal jai!.
Full dress suits at Clayson's.
We Have Still a Few of the Latest Style
Automobile Caps
For Ladies and Children Left at $1.00
Wo have a few fall and winter
hats to be sold at a Bargain
Chealanders, filth Avenue,
Coles' Hot Blast
Best and Most Economical Heaters
i Dement &Gearhartl
When In Haines-ss^
Mop at the
Hotel Northern
0^ asns ost4vo&s _ -^Ujly y^-u^r jhi&ruid
-d^A- of chts.
' - $ ROSS-HIGG-INS CO. Sole Agents, Skagway and Juneau.

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