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Goods Good Things to Eat Lemons Apples Po irs G rapes Nuts Candy Currants Vancamp Cranberries Sweet Potatoes Fancy Celery Plum Pudding Canned Chicken Canned Turkey Layer Raisins 's Assorted Soups Boile 1 Cider Oranges Pumpkin Squash Citron Peel Lemon Peel Orange Peel Fancy Cakes Mince Meat John Kalem, the Grocer SoY A>:cni for U.liaoce Canned Goods BfllAH PlWt 0 HI MAIISS IN LI All Beulah I'inneo continues in the lea>l in the contest fur t he prize doll that will be given toihe mo>t popular girl in Skagway. She now has ?!!' votes ami hva leaJ of II over Vern Mot.! rath. The vote slauils: Beulah i'iuueo . '?>'* Vern Mot'. rath K?ii;h l.Ukiicoat !* Nora I (arrison ?"> Klma Me Brie u .V Kthel Weste il Irma Low man . - Virginia Stivers I Doras Van Horn I Minnie WoiiT 1 (Joklie Stlnebiugh I Will H .?: Th.mk it V'?K There will be an especially happ. Thanksgiving Da y at the home of Mr. ' anil Mrs I J. l>. I'im.eo 'omorrow. Th; stork can til at th?- r Loose y<s terilay eveair.g and left a big'1 -pou ?< boy. Mrs. Piutfo ami th ? new vii au. heir are being cared for by Dr. J. .V Baughmau ar.U both are getting a!--ng j splendidly. V??,Die MrctiBR There will be a sj?vial communica tion of White Pass Lodtfe No. U.:. b. -v A M.. Frill*.* fveniiur. Nov. -*> at ?hrir hall. No. 5-> Fourth avenue. Work in M. M. Sojourning and visitiu^ brethren aie cordially invited to meet with us. Uv onler of the \\ . M. 1IOBT. W. Taylor, Secretary. B.?t Liaim??t an Earth Henry D. l!a'd*ii>. Sup:. City W t- r Works. ShuiUhurtJ. Wl-.. wi'U-: "J ha', tried unny kinds of iisinirnt, ? 'it 11" ( ever ivc*l nii'Cli b until ? ' Ita lard's swrn Uf'?".-nt rh-u tism and r<ii- 1 ?! 'nk " J**' muni ou t ?t t li." J5>*. 51k*, ?1 0". by Krllv I>mi< C->. New Mu?ic .?t F aoh Tr~ln The I'ack Train sa'oon ha> just re ceived 50 new records for its exc*i - phonograph anil the lai_' -?i h -i ii Jii ever came to Alaska There will be a jjraod concert at that place torn,!.' The latest soni:> an! th-: latest in^ti ? mental selections will be jjivec. I lb ici ion <-f ti 'lie In II* ?'???? f..r ? Ih IWiii K ?' ? ? It, "til! K.nln'tw ?|-X. '*? \ 1. . ntt ?l wlnihiUtrn' r ? ?" ?'< lUtvv nsDivti ? ?i* i*t. -1, 11 Y" V:! having <*laims a;M:nM ' in* <*?< rotate aiv r?-?iuirv*l pr. m ? ?? '?? witli tl? r v..i* -I..- r- ? linn ??? ii?j? i -j from tliWda'' ton? ?t mj "tti. . in ti? ua , i fv;,.l l.illWlMf in III. t..?tl..f I '.\- < bSmSm Mwi Mullli7""' Ua> Of, ? r. is ^ j, ^ M UK put. AlimlnWralor. i r?l i'ul'. N >?* ? I" Clotk'i R?p?Jred Ladies' anil gentlemen s clothes cleaned anil pressed. MenJiOjr of all kinds. Fifth Avenue, three doors east of State street. '0-25) lin 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 JUNEAU S. S. CO'S. ELECTUIC LIGHTED STEAM HEATED STEAM EH GEORGIA Curving TJ. s. Mall For Haines. Berneis Hay, Junea-', Hoonah Tenakea Sitka and Wayports SAILS Nov. 1, 7- 13, 19 and 25 At S a. tr. J. F. FAIRBANKS, Agent 2 lti Broadway, Phone 90 Peter Richeo ,? Commercial i Hotel ;i ?? 1 Whitehorse, Y T. % . r :: first Class in fvery $ t European P'an > vvwvvvwwwwwvvwvvvvw Way YlikO^I JW1S AT CROSSING White horse, Nov. 23 -The \ ukon river is jammed at Yukoo Crossing. It riisei'. six feet at that place last night. lee is running thick at Hootaliu<|ua ami iiisr Salmon. There is no ice at Lower Labarge. Ludi< ? Wl 1 M. rt Friday The Ladies' Guild of Saviour's church " ill meet t'riday afternoon at 1 o'clock, at tho residence of Mrs George K. Howard. SprlaR Chlch?n for Ih ^nligWlaK Cant. t.auridson has 100 large spi ia? chickens for Thanksgivitg. which he w'll sell at To cents apiece. Call at Lis hennery on Teu'.h avenue am! Alaska st reels. Wi 1 ( !m *K?iik?i;ltl'ie U-v < )ur store will cose I lianks^i* ing Da* .:t W? a. in. l'utrou- ? HI please ?r ntn themselves acoordinyb . The Rott-lliggi?s Company. IS FREI: H. I>. Kiruise Wili Oivn Away Dii.uiou'l King On Christmas nivrbt I will give away i diamond rinjj to some one of the pa trons of my store. A ticket will be uiven away w ith each dollar, purchase _t i he store between now anil that night. In addition to getting a cha1 ce on this diamond, o.ch pation of the Pi oneer Jewelry store will have the lar gest and best stock oi good* to s.-lect fi-otn in Alaska and at prices that are right. The stock ii. eludes diamonds, watches, jewelry of all kinds, llavilar.d ( hiua. cut glassware and everything in the jeweler's lire. H, IX Kikmsk, The Pioneer Jeweler. Clnmher Iain's v."olic, Clioltra and 1)1 riboea Reuirdv Tins is tlie mast ucre-lu'. meilic r e the world foi I) >wei co:nplH Ut?, ?i;d is the only r?m t.ly tint wid cure ihionic dimrlu ea. Kverv Sotlle i? wn ranted. Kor salt by K- 11 v Drui; Co. Kor ?">? cents you may get a basket of good lh:i l's at the Seattle saloon. All the delicacies of the season at the Pack Train Iiesturant. > We have a Good Lice ol * ?? Cigars & Jobbaco :? * Pipes, 5c and' Up [ * 'Till your pocketbook i cannot reach ( Don't Forget the : Number t 128 BROADWAY, Phone 52 * Tony Dortero i V j Vancouver I Hotel?-* Whitehorse, Y. T. I New Management ? Refurnished Throughout, First Class in Every Respect Flaest Cafe in the Northwest Fire and Liie INSURANCE Real Estate Financial Agent Phil Abrahams S24 FOOKTH AVE., 8KAGWAY I iLsiiD m rxuvtN Thara la A Heap ofSoluc* In Balnc Abla to Daprnd Upnu a Wall Ejirnf d Rrpntntlou For months A in- k<> reule:s ht?v tein the consta t txpretslon of ptnbe f.>r Doan's Kidney 1'illa, and r> ad n ut the sruod work they hate iionc iu this to<ai- 1 Itv. Not another ?? medy ever pru.'urcd ?uch con* i lie " ni; pro f '?! me i . J. rt. 5tr? dk<u i?m?U \?.i iau of 5 6 otilo, Str< 01, IPti uglriui. v\ asn., sua: "l'p to three year* a*ji> 1 bad 1 i_v. ?uffeted .toy I- 1 in 01 Untrey cornel ui. About hut t-uie 1 1. o\eo up the Co un um ilver to Wlitito in Lake ai-d three inomhi fclicr loc ilir.ir lliute I bc??u ?> 'lotior suntoms p Uiubey uouble. The lirst was h i ul ti h n.' pain tie oac* .mil whie't fiualt> jfo ;u b..<l thai I *?> ui.Hl>le to X' i out ol the h ' so a; ul. Chinees ol p sit o. s wcte 1 ee 111 |Mi.i<d wi h ?tv?re 1* ii f?< s of pai ? "u the k duty stCrtli'iis were da k i 1 col or, and contained t; bravy woiiiiti t s? 11 < 1 in p anng ?as Heron p mel ? 1 1) pan. 1 tbilk nil till- lio It- was bull, lit O by drinking impure water \vl i e liv'.n.' at \ lisicom Lake. II iwever tr ? tba may be I piocuteil a b. x of Domi* Ki Qt-y 1'ills, loi k them ic ji rtliii* to iiii?c tioos and was c .mpletelv cured f u>y trouble. About a ttioulh m>;0 1 ll.ul a severe at ack of the Ktip and ? s t aid this wtulil bring on kidney troub'r again, but it oie h is been no tyurju ti O a recjrit'ns.'. I am sut sll -<1 t ti >t tin cure id permanent.' I;or su'e by till dealers, pile - 50 c.'Dta a bo*. Foster-Milbuin Co., Hi il t o. X. Y? so e agents for the United Mat 1. Remember the name? Donti' ? rind take no substitute. For tb? Holida) a S|>eciulty yoals Homemade oince, cranberry aud pumpkin pies, ;i d all kinds of pasiry given the best a tun lion. Orders delivered five, l'hone :i">. Vienna l!;tkery. At Wholesale Prices The Mascot saloou sells linuois, either b i.k or cast jjouds at wholisa'e prices. All 1 he old brands ?'way> 01 hand. . 10-1-t '? Knglish corduroy pints at (lays' ti - They wear like .1 nisei's bee!. I.VLANO W Allifit At h o'c'ock 'his morning, il: weather conditions on he Yuko.i ' v> ami along 'he line of the \V. I' A Y R. were as fo 'low?: Forty milt Clear. north w inl. 20 lx * low. Dawson Clear, north wind, 20 bt low. Ogilvie- Cloudy, caim, 22 below. Stewart Cloudy, calm, 2-> below. Selkirk? Cloudy, north wind, 22 be low Selwyn Cloudy, novth wir.d, 23 be low. Yukon Crossing- Clear, calm, ."10 be low. Big Salmon ? Clear, ca'in, 2"' above, Hootalinqua? Clouiy. north wind, 18 below. I-ower Labarge -Cloudy, north wind, 12 below. Lop Cabin ? Cloudy, calm, I above. Whitehorse Cloudy, ciilm, 10 below. Cowley ? Clear, culm, lii below. Caribou -Cloudy, calm, 1 below Pennington -Cloudy, north wind, 14 1 above. 2 inches snow. Bennett Cloudy, calm. 1"> ulxite. Log Cabin? Clear, calm, 10 al ore, 2j Inches snow Fraser? Cloudy, calm, 10 above, 1 inch snow. White Pass? Cloudy, north wind, 15 above. Glacier Cloudy, calm. Hi a'n e, inches snow. Skagway Cloudy, calm, 3(1 al ore, 2 inches snow. Eli*' Mntiue There will lie a regular meeting of Skagway Lodge No. 431. Benevolent and Protective Order of Kiks, at their hall. Thursday, November 24. at v p. m All visiting" Elks are invited to at tend. E. A. Murphy, Sec'y. J ? Comfortable Beds t Dining Rotm In Connection , HOTEL PIONEER Log liuiUliiig WHITEHORSE, Y.T. Near Postofficc, Front Street Pete McMillan, Proprietor i S NETTLES & FORD ! Th* Only 1'ractical | Tinners and Plumbers IN THR CITY Hardware- Tin and Graniteware : Steam Pipe & Fittings ? R?YftL * ?Steam kaundry* \1! Work Guaranteed. Short Orders Promptly Done. PHONF. Messenger Will Call *r.o Deiirei Baths In Connection Private Rooms for Ladies STEAM HEATED uu "MONEYBAK* BLACK SILK ALTHOUGH the smart shirt waist suit of black taffeta has a firmer place than ever in Fashion's favor, it is notice able that the quality of the fabric is decidedly superior to that of other years. The woman who pays a reasonable price for materials and making-up cannot secure a better or more economical gown than one made of "MONEYBAK," the Patented Selvage Silk, because it will neither cut nor fade. Each piece is sold with a guarantee to give long wear.' We are Exclusive Agents. "MONEYBAK" fi.m. Bcbrcnds mercantile Company GEO. BLAK CHARD, Mgr. I; HEX I CAN MUSTANG i LINIMENT I' BEST for Cuts, Bruises, - Lameness, Sprains, Old Sores, Burns, Scalds, Sore Muscles, Rheumatism in all forms, Stiff Joints, etc. and every trouble of mus cle and tissue where there is pain or inflammation. 2">c? 50c. and $1 a bottle. Large bottle cheapest. HEXICAN HUSTANG LINIHENT is a SURE and QUICK remedy for Frost bites and Chilblains. It has been in use for over Sixty years. It will cure ailments that have resisted all other remedies, because of its great penetrating power. To avoid pain and trouble, keep it within reach. Office Hours: From 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 4 ami 7 to 9 p. m. J. A. BAUGHMAN, M. D. Office in Old City Hall Three Doors East of Britts' Pharmacy . Patronize dome Industry? If Not You Should Do So By Our Bottled Beer Only $2.00 Per Dozen 25c Rebate on Bottles Drinking Skagway Beer Phone Brewery 40. Residence, 38 Finely Furnished Rooms Electric Lighted Throughout THE IMPERIAL HOEFE GEO. W. CURTIS, PROP. AMERICAN PLAN | Front St. South P.O., Whitbhorse.Y.T AT NIGHT OR DAY If You Want a NEW CARRIAGE Call up Call up Phone 107 JOHN WILLIAMS UNION Plying I etween Skagway and Haines Leaves Skagway at 9 a. m. Sharp Every Monday, Wednesday and Fridiy Arriving at Haines at 11:30 a. in. Leaves Haines at 2 p. m. Single fare $1 50. Lavton and Germain Billiard Parlor R.?dinB ??d Wrltin* Room SPACIGOS CLUB ROOM The Buard of Trade I, BE GUTHRIE Proprietor Largest and Best Appointed Resort for Gentlemen In the North ALL KINDS OF FUR GOODS AT EASTERN PRICES Coats, Capss, Caps. Boas, Muffs- Gloves, Robes andRugsofallKinds Goods made t J t rder of genuine Alaska furs; natural color. Raw bear skins, etc., made into rugs to order. CHAS. R. WINTER, The Furrier.