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THE DAILY ALASKAN
OITV OFFICIAL PHPEft .. . ?
No. 280 VOL. VII.
3KAGWAY, ALASKA, FRIDAY JANUARY 6, 1905 PRICE 10 CENTS
? HARRISONS' ??
Our first annual sale
*^WILL BE A SUCCESS^*
Why, Because Our Prices Are
Below the Cost of Placing the
Goods on the Market.
Sale Starts Monday, Jan. 2, 1905
Ladies' and
Children's
Underwear
Friday and Saturday
AT COST
Dress Goods Sale Still on and
dooming
SPECIAL
56 inch. White Bear Cloth, I was $7.50 now $6.00
38-inch Albatros. blk. & cols. 75C 50C
38-inch Melrose ? - 75c 50C
Mohair .... |.75 |.10
Satin Soliel ? 1.50 95C
English Waterproof Skirting - 2.65 2.00
All Wool Novelty Suiting |,85 1.20
56-inch Melton - - |,60 1.10
Gossamer Cloth ? 1.75 1.15
Cashmeres in Colors 75c 50C
This is only a partial list of dress goods bargains
We have no reserve- Everything in dress goods at
rock bottom orices.
CORSETS
The perfect fitting- habit hip, G D Corset in black,
white and bine, regular price $1.50 to $ 7.00:
Now 90c to $4.25
G D. Tape Girdles, were $1.00; Now 60c.
A few sizes in C B Corsets- were $1 to $2 25; Now.
50c to $1.
Tarns. Regular price 75c to $1.7-*>; now 35c to 85c
Golf Gloves and Mittens, were 40c to 75c a pair; now 25c to 50c
We have only a few furs left, regular price from $6.50 to $22.50;
now $4.25 to $15.50
Children^ Knit Toboggan Caps, were 50c to 75c; now 30c to 50c
Flannellette Gowns, Skirts, Pants and Dressing Jackets at ? well,
a song.
Many remnants in coat and dress materials, silks and velvets that
^ will interest you.
I Everything in the Store Greatly Reduced. There's a bargain
Here For You.
Please Don't Ask For Credit This Is a Strictly Cash Sale
RUSSIA WILL fIGDI TO THE END
Council of war decides to carry contest on without
regard to cost in money or loss of life. Causes
wrath among people.
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
St. Petersburg, Jan. (5 ? 12 M ? The extraordinary
council that has been in almost continous session since yes
terday afternoon has decided to continue the war to the
bitter end regardless of the cost in money or the loss of life.
The dicision includes the sending of 200,000 additional
troops before the end of February to increase the already
magnificent army army of Gen. Kuropatkin.
There is no question but that the people want peace.
Great wrath is expressed everywhere because of the of the
decision of the czar and the council. The populace claims
fRWL AWAIfS SfOfSSEL
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
St. Petersburg, Jan. 6 ? The czar has
decided to court martial Gen. Stoessel
for surrendering Port Arthur This
is in accordance with the imperative
mandate of the law. The decision is
bitterly condemned and has added fuel
for the flames of unrest which are
eat;ng at the vitals of of the empire to
feed upon.
The press is attacking the policy of
the government with increasing savage
ness, taking full advantage of the in
creased freedom that has been granted
Wanted? Piano to rent. Apply H.
B. Dunn, C. P. 11. Office.
KELLY SCo.
The Old, Reliable
Druggists
Why Suffer^^>
From colds, coughs, rheumatism
and other ills that come with damp,
chilly w gather, llelief, if not cer
tain cure, is withiu easy reach. Our
stock of
Drugs and Medicines
contains all the well known spciifics
for these troubles. What you or
your doctor want can be quickly
supplied, our
White Pine Cough Syrup
we guarantee it will give you relief
it has cured others, it will cure you
Let Us Kili Your Prescriptions.
Kelly i Co.
it, anil the revolutionary leaders are
taking advantage of the movement to
proselyte.
A well known authority who is in
full possession of all the facts concorn
ing the situation at home and abroad
says the situation is so grave that it
might call for the conclusion of peace.
The emperor returned yesterday and
has been closeted with his ministers
since that time, in f most extraordinary
ceuncil called for the purpose of re
viewing the whole situation of the war
and internal alTalrs.
IN JOBS
Polygamists Hold Office iu
Utah
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
Washington, Jan. 0 ? The senate elec
tions committee, which is investigating
the right of Senator Smoot to hold his
seat, has been informed that there are
four polygamist^ postmasters in Utah
who have received their appointment,
irom I he president.
Wand and Coal For 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. 8 20 tf
Frnh Moat
The Frye-Bruhn Co. keep all kinds
of fresh meat constantly on band, tf
At Wholatalo Price#
The Mascot saloon sells liquors,
either bulk or case goods at wholesale
prices. All the old brands always on
hand. 10-1-tf.
Our bread is guaranteed to be free
from all chemicals. Try a loaf. The
Boss Bakery. tf
"Royal fluff," the latest card game
at Harrisons'.
Conklln's '"self filler" fountain pen
at Harrisons' .
Headquarters For
HAY, OATS, ROLL
ED BARLEY, BRAN,
SHORTS & all kinds
of CHICKEN FEED.
UBIUHV
Sole Agent? Rose of Ellensburg Butter
The Best That Money Can Buy
that every soldier of the empire is needed at home, where
the revolutionists threaten the dynasty. Bloody revoluti
ons is predicted by the press that only a few weeks ag >
urgvd the continuation of the war.
A majority of the conferences at the extraoJinary
council urge that after the Russians 'shall have won Lh-j
first decisive victory the might sue Japan for peace, but
until then it cannot be done with honor.
The czar was informed that 20,000 men had quit the
provinces to avoid the war. He grew wrathy and declared
he would hold the governors responsible.
BALTIC FLEFwilL REM
(Special Dispatches to Daily Alaskan)
St. Petersburg, Jan. 6? While the orders have not been
actually issued, the Associated Press is able to announce
tha second Russian Pacific squadron (the Baltic fleet) will
be ordered back to European waters. It is deemed that it
would be useless to send it to the East now that Port Ar
thur has fallen. The liazzard would be too great for the
possibility of victory.
ONE TERM
Propose One Term for the
President
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
Washington, Jan. 6? Senator Hailey,
of Texas, has submitted to the senate
an amendment to the constitution pro
viding for increasing the term of the
president from four to six years, and
making a president ineligible for re
election.
Say!
I got all my School
Supplies from
WM. BRITT,
THE DRUGGIST
GOES UP
Alaska Mnkes Great Gain in
Gold Production
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
Washington, Jan. 6? The director of
the United States mint estimates that
the gold production of Alaska for the
year that has just passed amounted to
$9,000,000. Colorado, with a produc
tion of $26,000,000 stands first among
the gold producing political divisions
of the United States and California
with $19, 000, 000, second. Alaska is third
and is fiist in the production of her
placer mines.
WEDDI\G EOR
HIGH SOCIETY
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alasuan.]
New York, Jan. 6? The engagement
of Miss Gladys Vanderbilt and Robert
Goelet has been announced. The wed
ding will take place after lent.
ORCHESTRA LEADER
DIES AT CHICAGO
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan ]
Chicago, Jan. 6? Theodore Thomas,
the celebrated orchestra leader; is
dead at his home in this city. He
passed away last night of pneumonia.
Fonnd
? ? 'TJWMHH
Buff dress glove. Owner can have
same by applying at this office.
Oyster Cocktails served at tl)9 Vienca
Bakery, and wholesale at reasonable
prices. Free delivery. Phone 35.
GET YOUR SCHOOL
SUPPLIES AT I
Chealanders, ruth Avenue, J
SEASONABLE GOODS
Snow Shoes, Sleds and Dog Harness
Let Us Figure With You When You Go
Inside
4 Dement & Gearhart j
(SfrTtUs /<Msrd /i^ces
c^P7tA^S&> fiz*fi?e' -/ry, 4v Jh{Jt/, 4siud/ cU> d# w-?e*is
?^ist^ ?a?/d $)?/l^$C7t/ C^?s?L/
THE ROSS-HIG-G-INS CO. Sole Agents^ Skagway and Juneau.
Fire and Liie
INSURANCE
Real Estate
Financial Agent
Phil Abrahams
524 FOURT H AVE., SKAGWAY

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