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. SPECIAL PRICES Fancy Naval Oranges, from 35c to 50c a doz Japanese Oranges " 15c to 25c 44 Choice Lemons, per doz. ? ? 25c Mai iga G rapes- per lb- ? ? 30c Fancy Apples, per box. from $150 to $2.50 New Crop Walnuts, per lb. - ? 20c Fresh Pumpkin- per lb. - 4c Sweet Potatoes. p9r lb - ? -5c Fresh Hubbard Squash- per lb- - 4c John Kalem, the Grocer So'e Ajrent for lteliance Canned Goods ASSIlilMMtMS ARE MADE The assignment of the members of the tire department t? the different tire companies has been completed and H. H. Sun ford, secretary of the depart ment. ? : il the following list of the officers and members of the entire department: Department oiVeers M. A. McLean, chief: Henrj Friedeolhat, assistant chief: H. H. San ford, secretary; VV. A. U-iuick. treasurer. Officers and Members of Kire Com pany No. I. Sixth avenue ? H. Taylor, foreman. Kddie I tarry . assistant fore man: Carl Ask. F. Htoeniaer, H. Broeni ser. K.i. Carson. I! Friedenthal, J. C. Fix, Otto lli iv, H. Hay ward, J. B. Hart. Sid MclH>nald, T. O'Connell, CUrence ? >!seo. H. 11. Sanford, J. D. Minebau-rh. Kre>: Tanner, Chas. Jones, U. She!d><n. Officers and Members of Fire Com No. .. Fourth avetiui \V. G. Atkinson, foreman: I". A nderMXi. assistant fore man: Jo*- Bo\ ? v. N. Bolshaoin. Wm. Cleveland. K l\ l"osch. C. J. deSirsev. Fred Khrlich. lioy Ferguson, Cartes Ford. Wm. Craves, Arthur Moore, N. T. Mclutyre. M. A. Phelps, W. A. Uemicic, C. H. Secrest, Wm. Ward, H. McLean. F. Fitch. Officer* ami Members of Fire Com pany No. Twenty Second avenue) H. Coleman, foreman: L. C. Gault. ? MM foreman: Fred Bravford, S. Cot t re! . W ? : I : :t ? Cook. Frank Cos. W. K. Feero. Koy Gault, Wallace Grant, f.. .VeGra"' .Geo. Morey J. S. Mas ti. Jat - Mi han. Jack V liolan. F. W. Bobii:>on. James Bock. Kd Shearer. Her' Thomas. J. I'rban. Wm. Blatvti.er, Fred Hosier. Jerry .Moriarty. J Smith, 11. Talbot. Pat Off Show At their m?? '. it . niirht the La dies ?f ti.-- Maccwm MM to j>ost- 1 pone their proposed minstrel entertain ment from tn u try J unt; the att- r part of the ".tn. Nodct^nite date for the enterta nment has l>een decided upon. Mi? Younir P?y* SIO Miss Ne' i- ^ uun; ?:i< '.d ^ 10 am) ? insr a window i:i an at'^mpt to remove a trunk frt' the building which the landlord re' .seu to x'ive lip Deep Cut I Knlncei! Pritvs on Liquors at Seattle Saloon From today until January I". 1905, | the followu-i' redtie u prices ? ill apply on all American whiskeys and brandi?>: Apple brandy ?' <K), Peach hrandy ? 1 "4,| California ? - i|>e brandy 1 "*> Peach and Honey I Rock and Rj? 1 Maple and Hum 1 00 Old Valley whiskey . 1 1 1 ' Tennrssve I lye 1 ?? lie le o( Lexington 1 00 Crrus Noble 1 00 Jesse Moore. AA I 11,1 Beech Hum live 1 "" W. H. Mc Braver 1 oo old Crow 1 00 Guckenheimer live 1 00 Three-Crown Oiamoud 1 00 1 Hermitage. O-vear-old 1 ? ^ ? Old Velvet 1 '*> j Monogram 1 00 j Swedish Hunch ? I 0o Arach Punch 1 00 lfenish Branuevin 1 On Kellog whiskey 1 00 Mount Vernon live 1 2} lied Top I lye 1 2} SpringtielJ Club.. 1 2> Sweet Win- ?>. - ich as Pcrt.Sherry. Muscatel. Tokay. Orauge and others, per ? | uart bottle 30 Celero 1'uii. per bottle 25 Dam-l-Ana. |<er bottle -V) The al>ove !i->: is for<(uartbotties and are all case goods* These are a few to choose from. We : have a number of other brands. In a few uaysdrinks over the bar will ; be changed. Pnblication of Notice In tl?* I'll it ? <1 ?' "'ntii'. -v. (V>r the of \laska. at *kaeway. in ? pfutNUtt. lit t lt? of \N H. lo.v. ?ItivuMU. Xuilrrk* hen ? " t ?uU vhoM U ".ay nann, thai n..- awlriHlBMa has h??W*| i<>int.<l u li ii.i-.ira \ <>f estate of iIh-| nUivr nam***' Uos ?h-n'. M. J?*y. i Ml |> r-?. -. ha-ntu' ? '? - airalnsl tt?sai<l estate ar. III !?. > r :.?! '?> l>n-sent them wiili Mi. |.? ;? r v.... is. within ?l\ t uhs from this <lati- lorn at uijr resident*, lu t lie lowii of Ska.-way. Alaska. , Ihii.sln! -katfwai. Alaska. thU '->1 ilai of \ >\ i ml. r. l'A4 ll>? M J??V. Administratrix. Hrst I'uh. S iv. Girl W. ntad Girl to wait on taMe and do general work at Bennett eating housj. Wages satisfactory. " l' Go to th< B ?s bakery for jour Xmna . tree oitiamec -s The Hggeal variety'; at v-ur own price, Getaquart of Ivon-p ir??n? VirCs celebrated ifee ^ream for your | < riRST-CLASS All Good Points Represented The ton? of art, the glass of perfec tion. thv height of siyle, the maximum oi merit at the minimum of price that \? the way with every holiday gift we otTer on sale this season. We be lieve in making these cheery, jovial holiday* interesting to our customers by keeping just what they want. \\ e make them truly merry and happy by quoting prices that are satisfactory and economical. Things of beauty that appeal to wo men especially a.*e found in our stock . All women who love jewelry and all m a w ho love women should see them. Kverv lady visitor will receive a handsome souvenir. P. K. Kern, Cold and Silversmith. XMAS COMING Tli** Great Day Is Just Ap proaching And our goods just arrived in time. Just think of it. six-year-old port, sherrv and angelica wine at $1.50 per iralloo. ^-year-old, ??- per gallon. To ;, n. Malaga and other sweet wines at ?J.'.o per gallon liourbon and rye wjiskevs. s-year-old, at $4 per gallon, l'_ \> :ir*old at $."> per gallon, 6-year o! i' gixxls. $3 per gallon. We have the agency for Seattle beer at $2 50 per do/' n, St. lx>uis A. 8 C. beer. $3 per dozen." We deliver goods free of charge. Our telephone number is 34. Yours truly. Bloom & Korach. to Ma?t There will be a meeting of Skagway Aerie No. i">. K. O. E., this evening, . c.-i: '? r 21. l'.tvj. at *:30 o'clock. at igles' hall. Fifth avenue. All mem r> .ire requested to be present. There will be initiation. K. freshraents will be served. \'isiting brothers are invited to be present. 15. M. Simpson, Secretary. Unit Be Quick Pains in the stomach and attacks of iU colic come on so suddenly and are so txrremely painful that immediate relief ust be obtained. There is no necessity .-I sending for a doctor in snch cnse* if a notteof Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera ai d Disrrhcea Remedy is at hand. No il >cior can prescribe a hetter medicine. For -ale by Kelly Drug Co. Now is the time to order your winter suits and overcoats at the American Ta lors. Best of wines liquors anil cigars at the Toiem. 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 3d Ay., Seattle. lASf CtiVnICC This Week Only Will this iotprest you. I have yet u large stock of Diamonds which 1 bought three years ago, they are worth today 30 |>er cent luore than when 1 bought them, do you want them at what 1 paid for them, 1 hare sl/es from J to a 3 karat stone. Kogers table spoons and forks at 1.25, regulai price $2.50. Kogers toa spoons for 75 cts, regular price #1.50. Eight-day calander clock for $?>.50, worth 15 doll ars, beautiful bronze clock worth 12 dollars, this week tire dollars, watches at factory prices, solid gold ladies and gent's chains at 40 per cent less than regular prices. Nugget rings at just what the gold cost and making; nugget brooch worth 12 dollars, 7.50. Beauti ful diamond broaches from 15 to 25 dollars worth today double the money. All Indian goods, baskets, etc., to be closed out at cost. I 'lain gold rings at just what they weigh in gold. 1 do not care to make a cent protit, 1 do want to close out this stock of goods and get out of business. Come and look at the goods andget prices and I will convince you I mean what I sav. Keelar the Jeweler PERSONAL MENTION ?'???????????????>?????????? Mrs. C. W. Llockett, who left h?re on the Rustler for Juneau, did not go farther than Haines because of the ex treme roughness of the water. She re turned on the Peterson today. Her daughter, Miss Madeline, will come home tomorrow in car9 of Mrs. J, i\ Kogers ou the Cottage City. Mrs. (Capt.) Smith and (Mrs. (Lieut.) Smith were Skagway visitors today from Fort William H. Seward. Mrs. J. Wesley Young, who has been visiting at Chicago, will return home on the Jefferson. Percy Graves, of the W. P. A- Y. R. Whitehorse force, is in the city. He will return tomorrow. NO WORD OF EARAELON Some uneasiness is felt because of the non-arrival of the Farallon, The office of the company here was notified that she would sail December 14 and the papers of Dec. 13 said she was to sail for Skagway the next day. She has not been re|>orted from Juneau and it is thought possible that she did not sail at all. Cottage City Dan Tomorrow The Cottage City will be due to ar rive early tomorrow. She sailed from Seattle last Saturday evening. J?fi?r?on Coming The Jefferson which sailed from Seattle Monday evening got away from Vancouver yesterday evening at 4 o'clock according to a telegram re ceived from Seattle by R. A. Carroll last night. She will be due to arrive here Friday evening. Ladle*' Aid Thnrnda) A special meeting of the Ladies' Aid Society of the Presbyterian church will take place tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the annex of the church. Dance Tonight The informal dance to be given by the W. P. A. C. tonight, promises to be a success. Complete arrangem -nts have been ma le to insure a ploa.Mint evening. This will be the last duuee before the holidays. Danciug will commence at 'J p. m., sharp. Shagway Laundry For first-class work try Skagway Laundry. Twenty-tive years' experi ence. Telephone 81). tf Wood and Coal For Sato We have for sale and will deliver to any part of the city good drv wood. Sawed in any "length. Alaska Transfer Co., Phone 10. 8 20 tf 1'reib Mont The Frye-Bruhn Co. keep all kinds of fresh meat constantly on hand, tf It Would Ba Better If Alaska's present governor only knew as much asex-Gov. Swineford has forgotten, it would be much better for that benighted district. ? Whitehorse Star. Don't forget our initiated silk handkerchiefs and silk mufflers for Christmas presents, thoy are very appropriate. clayson & Co. ? Comfortable Beds i Dining Ro'~m In Connection HOTEL i PIONEER * * ?????????? 1 Log Building ? WHITEHORSE, Y.T. X Near Postofflce, (1 ont Street ? Pete McMillan. Proprietor j R0YHL || ?Steam Laundry* | All Work Guaranteed. Short Order* Promptly Done. 'PHONE 7% Messenger Will Call *n<t Deliver g Billiard Parlor Roadin* and Writing Room SPACI0B8 CLUB ROOM The Board of Trade LEE GUTHRIE Proprietor THERE ARE ONLV 3 DAYS MORE To Do Your Christmas Shopping You will have to get your "thinking cap" on, - - - and think hard and quick. We have a world of useful holiday gifts for old and young, and if you don't know just what to get for who, it maybe that we can help you out of your dilemma. How About Some of These far Women and Girls Knit Underwear Muslin " Fancy Neckwear Dress Goods Moneybak Silk Slippers Etc. Jackets Suits Petticoats Skirts Furs Wrappers Lace Collars Hosiery Shopping Bags Gloves Silk or Wool Waists Slippers Handkerchiefs Shoes Fancy Goods Ribbons Tor Men and Boys Overcoats Suits ? Suspenders Neckwear Mufflers Shirts Handkerchiefs Hosiery 4 Collars Hats Cuff Buttons Cuffs Umbrellas Caps Underwear Gloves Sweaters Trunks Slippers Shoes Dress Suit Cases Smoking Jackets for the Household Rugs Portiers Lace Curtains Comforters Napkins Towels Bureau Scarfs Blankets Crash Sheets Table Covers Bed Spread ^ Teble Covers Lunch Cloths Pillow Cases B.Ifl. Bcbrcnds mercantile Company /a-cn "RT . A "NTCfFT A"RD. MoT.