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G~LT EDGE CANNED GOODS Stnngless Beans per tin - ? 15c Wax Beans " * ? 15c Lima Beans " ? ? 15c Sifted Peas 44 ? ? 15c Tomatoes - ? 15c Pumpkins 4t ? 15c Squash 4* 15c Strawberry Be9ts '* ? 15c Regular prices from 20c to 25c per tin John Kalem, the Grocer Sole Asent for Reliance Canned Goods MRS. PATTfSTS FINEKAL TODAY The funeral of Mrs. Fred I 'at ten took place to hiv from the Presbyterian churvh. The services were at 11 o'clock this morning ami were con ducted by IJev, N. H. ilanison, who preached an impressive sermon. The music was furnished by the choir of that church. A quartet, consisting of Mr. and'Mrs \V. Hlanchard. A. C. Hlanchard and Mrs. N. 15. Harrison sani; "Ui>ck of Altos'* and Abide With Me." Then was a large attendance at the services. The members of the Ladies of the Maccabees and many friend-' of the family accompanied the remains to the cemetery, where the ritualistic services of the Ladies of the Mao-abees took place. The pall bearer- were II I). Kinase, J. l>. Si in. bausrh. VV. H. Ilardv, J. L>. Stinebau?h. \Y. II. II rdy, J. C- Wood, F. L. Cochran and C. II. Patrick. INLAW WEATHER At 9 o'clock '.his morning, the weather conditions on the Yukon river and along the line of the \V. P. ?v V. K. were a.> f? lows: Skagway Snowing. north wind. i!2 above. Glicier Sr.o vim*, calm. UltM, White I'asi- Suowing, bri-?k north wind. IS a'ovi-. Fraser ? Clo y. calm. 1N above. Log Cabin Cloudy, calm. 14 above. Bennet: Snow in?, calm. It! above. Pennii ,'too Snowing, calm. IS above Caribou l 'oudj. calm, ?; alove. Cowley ? C ear, calm. 2 above. Whitehorsr Cloudy, calm, ."? above. Lower I.a?barge- Cloudy. calm, 0 Hoot a! la Snowing, calm. 2 be low. Big Saltaon Clear. light north wind, 1 below. Yukon Crossing- Snowing, north wiod. <4. Selkirk Clo.uly. c i'm. "?bflow. Seiwyi Sno*iQu ? as; w led, ?>. Stewart Cloudy, light north wind, 20 below . Ojfilvie ? Clear, calm, i> below. Dawson Cloudy, calm. 0. Forty mile ? Cloudy, calm. 2 below. Ki}:!e -Cloudy, calm, ."> above. Atlin ? Cloudy, south wind. 2.> above. Msrriwn Oiachar^*d J. Morrison, w ho was charged with petit larceny, was discharged yesterday evening by Judge Kogers. ENGRAVING Tiie Eoiiriver'a Chisel Commemorates on any gift the time. 1 occasion and name of giver -or other wise- as circumstances may require. An engraved gift is a double gift? it ) gives the article more personal value and dignity, and is a reminder for years. Many articles cau be engraved in mon ograms, single letters, quotations act', otherwise. We do perfect hand en graving work that is a pleasu-e to you and a satisfaction to ourselves. D< - signs of monograms furnished free of charge. Kvery lady visitor will receive a handsome souvenir. I". K. Keru, Cold A. Silversmith At Wholesale Price* The Mascot saloon sells liquors, either buik or ca?e goods at wholesale prices. Ml the old brands always on hand. 10-1-tf. At VholMal* Price* The Mascot saloon sells liquors, either bulk or case goods at wholesale prices. All the olil brands always on ?nd. JO-I Laat of Holiday Good? Here We have received the last consign ment of goods for the holiday trade and are prepared to make suits, pants and overcoats that are strictly up-to-date in all respects. Those who order hrst will of course have the largest stock of goods from which to make a selection" F. WOLLAND, Merchant Tailor. Full dress auits at CUyson's. [a your washing satitaotory ? Are tour clothes torn? If no or yes, try the Skagway Hand Laundry, and you^will to ? fc. PERSONAL MENTION ?>?:??:? >?>*???<???>?>? A. H. tlaker, formerly in business in this city ami afterward at Valdei, is now a business man of Germantown, I Maryland.. Phil Abrahams is in Providence hos j pital, Seattle, where he recently under went an o|>eration. He is rapidly re i covering. ? J U Schroeder, of the W. P. A Y. ' 15. ofr'ces at Whitehorse, is in the city and will remain here until tomorrow. Boalah Fiouco U?k?< O iln The count is the popular girl contest yesterday showed 22 new rotes for Heuiah Pinneo, giving her a total of 151. There was no count today. The vote yesterday morning was as foliows: teulaU Pinneo 151 Vern 'lcGrath 115 Doris Van Horn 21 Kdith l.iddicoat 9 Mirnie Uapu/./.i t> KuthTown 5 K'tna McBrien 5 Olive Spriogstead 5 Ktl.el Weste 3 IrmaLowman. 2 Viola .Myrick 2 ("?oldie Stinehaugh 2 Virginia Stivers 1 Minnie WollT 1 M aitBo Quick Paius in the stomach and attacks of the colic come on sosuddenlv and aie so extremely painful that immediate relief must be obtained. There is no necessity ot seudiug for a doctor in snch cases if a bi'tl.eof Chamberlain's Coltc, Cholera ami Diarrhoea Keraedy ts at hand. No doctor can prescribe a better medicine. For sale by Kelly D;ur Co. Publication of Notio* 1 1 i he I'nitid Stall - Commissioners' Court for the l'isirict of Alaska, at .Skaguay. In lu-ohatc. _ |i ? t < . Esta'e of John O'Nell. Deceased. N is hi rl hy given to all to whom It may .sMun-r:!. that !>?? undersign**! has turn ai> 1* ,,i aiimiiilstraior of the est ate of the above named dmdtol . John o'Nell. Ml I? rs,.ns having claims agaiust the said rs';r ;ir. hereby riijuinsl to pw-setit them ?It iii. proper vouchers within six months ?in i his date to me at my office In the Kall r i ?' i Ulii fcT lntlie townof Skaguay. Alaska. I'atiiiat s^aifuay. Alaska, this SHh Jay of OctoW r. 1!H4. E. A. Murphy. AiliuUilstrator. l irst Pub. Nov. li?. Publication of Notie* In tin I'liitnl Mati s Commissioner's Court r..r i he I'isiricl of Alaska, at Skagway. In 1 1 ! i i state of W . II. lor. deivaseu. \ ' is hereby given toail whom It may .that the uniiirsigiKsl has been ai> r,o administratrix of the estate of the . .. rained decedent. W. ll.Joy. All |s rso is having claims against lhc said esia'i art' hereby required to present them , tl.. i r. i?r vouchers within six months fr t.i this ila'i to nn at my residence. In the imiii of s~ agw ay. Alaska l?a'. <iat s?ai>-waj. Alaska, this 33d day of Nov. l ilier. ISW. Iua May Joy. Administratrix. I irst l'ub. Nov. 30. An Emw(racT Medicine ___ yr For'iprains, braises, burns, scalds and similar injuries, there is nothing so jjooil as Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It soothes the wonn:l and not only gives in stant relief from pain, but cau?es the parts to heal in about one-third the time required l>v the usual treatment. As it is antiseptic all danger from blood pois ouicg is avoided. Sold by Kelly Drug Co. When you can forget that you are wearing shoes at all then you are wear ins: about the right kind of shoes. If you want a pair of that kind call in and see us. F. II . Clayson & Co. You make no mistake by leaving your orders at the American Tailors. Best of wines liquors and cigars at the Totem. Seattle, Washington Manufacturers of COTTON FISH NET TING ? Of Every Description ? The only plant of this nature on the coast." Write for Prices. Correspondence solicited. 312-316 2d Ay., Seattle. Good Profit From Saaiuur ? The Ladies' Guild of the St. Saviour'* ohuroh made $247.82 from tho bazaar which they gave on the afternoon a id evening of December 8. The gross receipts were $288,25 and expenses $40.43. NEW YORK LIFE INSUR ANCE BONDS WITH GUAR TEED INTEREST. A combination of insurance and in vestment under which the injured bond holder ? 1. Purchases bond by aunual pay ments through a period of 10, 15, or 20 years, interest to begin at the end of a period of 15 or 20 years; 2. Is guaranteed an amount equal to at least all the annual payments made, with compound interest in case of death prior to the time when the bonds be come interest bearing. 3. Is guaranteed an annual income based upon the cost of the bonds (at tabular annual rates) during the re mainder of life after 15 or 20 years, as agreed, the face valule of the bonds be ing payable to hi<t estate at death; 4. Receives a dividend at the begin ning of the interest bearing ]>eriod, wbich may be taken in cash or used to increase the annual income from the bonds; 5. Has the privilege of taking the entire value of bond and dividend in cash at the end of 15 or 20 years, as agreed, or of using it to purchase an annuity for life. Life insurance is best if a man is to die prematurely; an investment is best if a man is to live long; but, as no man knows his fate, and as insurance and in vestment are both good in any event, a wise combination of the two is u desid eratum for all. The terms upon which bonds of the Untied States, of cities and railroads must be purchased, put them beyond the reach of many would-be investors, because such securities must be paid for outright in cash. These bonds of she New York Life can be paid for by installments running through a period of years, and provide for insurance as well as investment. ?T. J. C. Harber, O. II. Bernard, General Agents for Alaska. Wood aud Coal Tor Sale 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. K -0 if Oyster cocktails served also sold at wholesale, in pint and quart jars, at bhe Vienna Cafe. Hand-made ornaments for Christmas at the Vienna Cafe. Fine porcelain tubs at Principal Bar bershop, opposite Beard of Trade. Sherlock Holmes and Squire of Pcp percorn at Harrisons' A fine lunch ana a large glass of Rainier beer, at the Seattle Saloon for 10 cents. Now is the time to order your winter suits and overcoats at the American Tailors. Great Northern Railwav The Short Line East If You Contemplate a Trip to Tne WORLD'S FAIR AT ST. LOUIS Talk With WESLEY YOUNG, Local Agent, Fifth Avenue Hotel S. G.Yerkes, G. W. P. A. UNION Plying Between Skagway and Haines Leaves Skagway at 9 a. m. Sharp ETcry Monday, Wednesday and Friday Arriving at Haines at 11:30 a. m. Leaves Haines at 2 p. m. Single fare $1.50. Lavton and Germain ROYAL I ?Steam Laundry* AD Work Guaranteed. Short Orders Promptly Done. 'PHONE 79. Messenger Will Call *ad Deliver Baths In Connection Private Rooms for Ladies. STEAM HEATED. Bill lard Parlor Romding ul Writing Room SPAC1008 CLUB ROOM The Board of Trade LEK GUTHRIE Proprietor Largest and Bert Appointed Resort for Gentlemen In the North USEFUL HOLIDAY A Big Assortment of Pic- w Call and G-et One of Our tures Just Received. I ? I |~"* I 1905 Art Calendars See Window Display Christmas is'nt tomorrow or the next day, but it is not a minute too soon to begin Xmas shop 0 ping. Make your selections early. A good plan is to go over the situation carefully at your leisure, make a list of things needful, and purchase them before the last hurry and rush. . Maybe some of the following items will lighten your troubles. * fur$ * A choice selection of Ladies rFurs including "Pelerines, Stoles| Collarettes and Four In Hands From $1.50 to $25.00 Also some childrens sets from $2l0 to $5.00. Cadics' Ready Itlade Garments This is one of our leading departments, and we are showing this season a much larger and better assortment than ever before. Ladies' Jackets From - - $ 5.00 to $25.00 Ladies' Capes From ? ? 6.50 to 20.00 Ladies' Suits From - - 15.00 to 50.00 Ladies' Skirts From ? - 2.50 to 25-00 Ladies' Wrappers From - ? 1.50 to 5-00 Ladies' Dressing Sacques From - 75c to 5.00 Ladies' Petticoats From - 1.25 to 35.00 Ladies' Silk and Wool Waists ? 1-50 to 20 00 Shoes and Slippers Only the Best and Most Reliable Makes MEN'S SHOES We are agents for Hannan, Strong & Garfield and Florsheim selling rfrom $7 to $9. Other makes from $3-50 to $6 WOMEN'S* SHOES A strong line in John Kelly & Hannan Shoes from $3-50 to $6.00 Slippers for men and women $1.50 to $3 STRONG ' AND GARFIELD , CO'S ? 'COLONIAL Dress Goods and Silks A most acceptable present. We have some handsome dress patterns Irom $6-50 to $20.00. In black silk try our Moneybak, the very best made FOR Neckwear Belts Shopping bags Purses Handkerchiefs Gloves Hosiery Garters Table linen Napkins Lace curtains Rugs WOMEN 25 to t 2 50 35 " 1 00 $1 50 " 10 00 75 " 3 00 5 " 2 00 35 " 1 75 25 " 1 50 35 " 75 50 " 2 yd 1 50 " 6doz Per pair 1 00 " 10 00 1 00 " 15 00 FOR MEN Suits, from Overcoats Raglans Hats Neckwear Handkerchiefs Gloves Shirts Sweaters Suspenders Cuff buttons Suit cases $10 00 to $25 00 10 00 18 00 1 50 25 10 60 1 00 2 00 50 50 5 00 25 00 25 00 5 00 1 25 75 2 00 3 50 4 00 2 00 3 00 20 00 B.m. Bebrcnds mercantile Company I GEO. BLA3STCHARD, Mgr. I