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i nc UAILV WW ALAiKAIN C1TV QFPICIHL PHPS^ . SKAGWAY. ALASKA, FRIDAY NOVEMBER 11, 1904 W.J. BRYAN'S FRIENDS MKE COMFORT IN RETURNS Supporters of Nebraskan Say the Election, WasSa Stinging Rebuke to the Cleve land-Hill-Belmont Re-organizers (Si*rial Dispatches to Daily Alaskan) New York, Nov. 11 ? The friends of Willian J. Bryan throughout the country regard the overwhelming and stun ning defeat of the democratic party in the national election 1 of la^t Tueeday as a complete vindication of the position of Bryan in national politics and a stinging rebuke to the Cleve- ' land - 11 i 1 1- Bel moot re-organization. An interview given out by William J. Bryan says he. has a plan for the reorganization of the democratic party, but he refuses to say what it is at the present time. It is believed that his reticence is caused by a desire to consult with his friends in various parts of the country. Lincoln, Neb.. Nov. 11 ? William J. Bryan has given out a lengthy statement coucerningthe result of the election and Uie future outlook for the democratic party. He says the people have refused to compromise the convention wrong. He claims that he did all within his power to pre vent the Cleveland reorganization of the democratic party. He says in the future the democracy must work with the great masses of the common people and must defend the, wage earners. REPUBLICAN MAJORITIES GROWING New York. Nov. 11 ? The returns from the election of last Tuesday are coming iu more slowly than usual but as they come they show increasing republican puralities in all the northern states. It is now claimed that Roosevelt will have -..'.OOO.OOO more votes than were given Parker. Washington, Nov. 11 ? The close of the presidential campaign and the election will cause no change in the pol icy of the American government concerning* the war be tween Russia and Ja(>au. The president will probably avail himself of any opportunity offered to end the fighting l?etween the belligerents. WYOMING CLOSE OK GOVERNORSHIP A special dispatch to the Whitehor-e Star, says the vote on the governorship in Wyoming is very close between Bry ant Brooks, republican, and John li. Osborne, democrat. Roosevelt's ma jority is large. Knglish corduroy pants at Clay son's. They wear !ike a nigger's heel. PfABODVISM IS CONDIMMED _ . t [Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.] Denver, Nov. 11- The republicans admit that the defeat of Pea') dy for governor of the state is due to an em phatic condemnation of his policy to ward union labor. Watch Chealander's Bargain sale for two weeks. See ad. on first pege. 3t j Comfort and Fashion Is Found In the "J. D." Corset Self-preservation Is the F irst Law of Nature Protect Your Health Saving: Sicknes and Doctor's Bills By Wearing One of Our New Gham lisSkin Vests OR CHEST PROTECTORS A iih\* line j i-i- received, all tua for women and children. SEE OUR WINDOW iiPilV & f ft The 0ld ReMable II \j\\J U I'll,, DRUGGISTS SK GWAY. DAWSON NOME MAI0R1TIFS STILL GROWING LARGER [Soecial Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.] Seattle, Nov. 11? The returns are still coming in from the sparsely set tled counties and the republican ma* j irities are growing in proportions nev er dreamed of by the most enthulastic members of that party. Roosevelt will have a plurality in the state of Washington exceeding 60,000, and Mead's plurality for governor will ap proach li>,000. It is authoritively announced that the republican legislature that has just been elected will pass a commission bill and that it will be signed by Mead. MIXED RESULT IN MISSOURI [Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.] St. Louis, Nov. 11 ?The official re turns are coming in slowly and the un official reports from some of the coun ties conflict. The republicans still claim the state for Roosevelt by ap proximately 2000, and their claims seem to be justified. Roosevelt ran ahead of the state ticket, and there is no doubt but that the democratic state ticket has been elected by good majorities. CLOSE EINISH . IN MARYLAND [Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.] Baltimore, Nov 11? The official re turns from each of the counties leave this ->tate still in doubt. It will require the official count at the state capital to decide as to whether the state has gone for l'arker or Roosevalt. There is not 100 difference either way. It is likely that some of the electors on each of the tickets have been elected. Ntw York, Nov. 11? Both the dem ocrats ami republicans claim Maryland. The unofficial returns at the repub lican headquarters give the state to Roosevelt by 120. It is admitted that the electoral vote might be split. UNANIMOUSLY DEMOCRAIIC 1 [Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan ] , Columbia, S. C , Nov. 11 ? For the first time in the history of the state South Caro lna has chosen a legislature that is unanimously democratic on joint ballot. There was one republican in the last legislature. Parker's plural ity will exceed 40,000. There was no opposition to the democratic state tic- , ket and no attempt was made to get out a full vote NEBRASKA GOES REPUBLICAN [S,>eciai Dispatch to D.iily Alaskan.] Omaha, Nov. 11? The latest return* show chat the entire republican state tick' t h;is been elected. Gov. Mickey, i republican, has been re-elected by a plurality that will reach "000. N w York Cl'y SI initht r? Park-r Special dispatches to the Whitehorse Star, say that Parker's plurality in New York City below Bronx was 37,000 and that the plurality for Judge Her rick the democratic nominee for gov ernor, was 80,000. Bryan carried New York city by 31,000 plurality, and C ler, late democratic nominee for gov e 'nor, received a plurality in the me tropjli? of 122,0X1. For Rant or Sal* Cheap Two nicely furnished Cottages for j rent or sale cheap. Inquire at Skag- ] way laundry. ' 10-24 tf j Leopard velvets and Scotch flannel waist ings, at Harrisons', Bay Your Coal OF Shaw & Johnson Importers of Wellington, 'ladysmilh' Double Screened and Sacked Pennsylvania Anthracite Kgg and Chestnut, Highes. Grade Well nston, delivered, |>er ton, f 13 00 Anthracite, " 2' 00 Phone H-123 Moores Wharf A FEW OF BRITT'S SPFXIALTIES \ AH the latest toilet luxuries and sundries New and euaran- j> teed. Brit 's C'nigh Cure Corn Cure, Cold Cream Toilet Lotion v Benzo Witch Hazel Cream I* Given Careful Attention. Beef Iron and Wine ?jeei iron ana wine 1117 'j Rheumatic Linament I WfJl, |>rlTT. the Druggist. Tooth Ache Drops / . ' JAPAN IS READY FOR Pr RUSSIANS FORCE JAPANESE BACK AT MUKDEN Forward Movement of Oyama Is Repulsed By Forces of the Czar and All Fight ing Between Armies Ceases [Special Dispatch to the Daily Alaskan.] ' St. Petersburg, Nov. 11 ? Gen. SakharofF reports that the Japanese offensive movements which began Tuesday bofore Sinchinpu Tuesday, have been repulsed and that fighting has ceased at all points between the two armies. The Russians will maintain their positions. PORf AR1IIUR FOR IS FALL [Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.] Tokyo, Nov. 11 ? The Japanese have silenced two more of the central fortifications at Port Arthur and are now at^ tacking the mountains with tho main strength of the army, i ROOStVfLT WIU VISKS WORLD'S fAlft [Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.] Washington, Nor. 11? President Hoosevelt has accepted an invitation to visit the world's fair at St. Louts, lie will leave Washington Nov, 28 and will be at the fair at its close. JUDGE HfHRiCK BRIARS DOWN [Special Di-patch to Daily Alaskan.] Albanv. N Y., Nov. 11- Judge D. Cady Heirio ', the defeated democratic candi late for governor of New York, left today with Mrs. Herrlck for Ha vana- Hw heal'li hfts broken dowu. Erltt Get* Knl> m\ C-irn jr Negotiations that have been pend'ng for a week between William Tlritt a*d John Kalem for the lease by the for mer of the Kalem corner for his drug store came to a fruitfull conclusion yes terday afternoon. Mr. Britt will move into the store Feb. 1. Mr. Kalem's grocerystore will occupy the old Con way stand adjoining the corner store. J% J. Burp*' Mr.thur Dies J. J. Burns received a telegram this morning notifying him of his mother's ileath at Seattle. At Whnlriate Prlcoi The Mascot saloon sells liquors, either bulk or cast' goods at wholesale prices. All the old brands always on hand. If-' tf. The Boss Bakery makes a specialty of three things? ice cream, fresh bak ery goods and Plow's candies, all guar anteed to be perfect. The ice cream and bakery products of the Boss Bakery are unexcelled anywhere, and Plow's candies speak for themselves wherever found. Best of wines liquors and cigars at the To:em. Parker will PRACTICE LAW [Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.] New York. Nov. 11 ? Judge Alton B. Parker arrived in this city yesterday from Esopus. He will take a trip with his wife and then settle down in New York city to the practice or law. Mrs. l'urker's health requires a change and | Judge Parker will make a trip on that j account. Texiu i ll to One Dispatches to the Whitehorse Star, say that Texas gave Parker more than six votes to one for Roosevelt. No effort was made to get out a full vote. ! The result was approximately, Parker, ' I 25 .000; Kooseveit, 00,000. IS FREE H. I). Kirmse Will Give Away Diumond Ring ! On Christmas night I will give away ' a diamond ring to some ono of the pa trons of my store. A ticket will be i given away with each dollar, purchase at the store between now and that night. In addition to getting a chance on this diamond, ench patron of the Pi oneer Jewelry store will have the lar i gest and best stock o." goods to select from in Alaska aud 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. II, D. Kirmse, The Pioneer Jeweler. Baths 25 cents. Fine porcelain tubs ! at the Portland Txxl ;ing House. I looms 2.5c, 60c, 75c and $ i . Fifth avenue, op j posit e Canadian Bank of Commerce. ' We Have Just Received Our New Pack P referred Stock Canned ? Goods ? They are exceptionally fine this yesr, the corn especially so, sweet and tender. Olives are also very fine, large, finn and crisp, in fact the line right through cannot bo beatetv Peaches, Pears- Plums Strawberries, Cher ries. Rasb3rries, Pineapple, Clams, Oys ters. Shrimp. Oiives and Catsup. 0 n J] co!e Agents for Preferred Stock Canned Goods The La-gc-st Stock to Selcct From This Side of Seatfle. Wholesale and Retail We want your trade and will treat jou \ iirht. Representatives of mikado offer sia which ar<4 reiStSedr-Ru^'1 ^ trate differenafe&w (Special Di^ji.-rtSoap to Daily Alasl London, Nov. 11 ? T*e Japanese have in ered peace to Russia, bacwed by the governnL " t ? offer has been refused by the Russian governmt^-^ London, Nov. 11 ? Japan has officially signwM a will ingness to accept the good offices of President. Mijfaevelt to end the war between that country and Rns^a. The . unof ficial representations to Russia have proved a complete fail ure. Russia says the only terms upon which that country will consider the peace proposition are that all the matters which caused the conflict shall be submitted to arbitration. FAKES WATER Battleship N w Jriwy is Launched [Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan ] Quincy, Mass., Nov. 11? The battle-j ship New Jersey was successfully, launched ynsW'Vr-?' uttePnoof!" Forge River Works, The No"* ' '' hone the five big battleshi" thorized which include, the Georgia, Nebraka, i and Virginia. CATOf i ? Negroes Capture Colored Criminal [Special Dispatch to Daily Alaski Norfolk, Va , Nov. 11? Five hung negroes chased aud ciptoped^manuel Price, colored, who had murderously assaulted a woman. Price was cap tured in a cemetery and turned over to the police. Crowds throng the court house square and there are threats of breaking into the jail and lynching the culprit. SIRAIGHT WHISKItS ' Aged and Matnred in the Wood In th ? U. S. Banded Warehouse We make a specialty of high grade liquors, wines of all kinds. The only only family liquor house in AfasWS.' House of Lords, Black Usher Scotch, Imported Port and Sherry. Highest quality ciears. O'jr guarantee goes, the Monogram. Bloom & Koiach. V asonlc Matting There will be a "" tion of White Pa? A. M., Friday e their hall, No. 525 Work in M. M. Sojourning: and vis. cordially invited to meet ivu. By order of the Robt. W. Taylor, Secretjrv. You get good values for your at the American Tailors. The Vienna Bakery wants ; iness. It gives the very te' cheapest price. Phflfie 3t>. r We Have Still a Few oi Automobile For Ladies an* Children vSc have a fetf- ^ 'N?. V CW Cc Be. I Deft . MM flRCS *7-" ? -'/ jb * * SI Several New York TVr.emeut H0U8"8 filUU [Spcclal Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.] . New Vork! Nov. 11? Nfany fires have ?occurred io thejast 24 hqurs two ol fwhich in tenement kwtz. * ?> ioremdvirv*** ? When In Haines*^ Mop at the Hotel Northern J. G. Morrison, Prop. Restaurant In Building , ! ot/ffv/ Aufces ?*71*,, dsn, astJidlL' _ ^Ujt' y>*^ AmA rf THE ROSS-HIGG-INS CO. So.'