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suggest to our customers to , op^. of our fancy turkeys for ^Wtaay dinner which we offer at 25 Cents Per Pound Less Than Seattle Prices One Hundred Boxes ? ancy Apples at the Low' Price of $175 Per Box John Kalem, the Grocer Sole Agent for Reliance Canned Goods IWOGtllN St ges R> ach Whit?-bor>e From l>aw*ou Whltehorse. Jam. 12.? A White Pass stage arrived here at 10:li>a. m. today wito the following passengers: E. J. Hogan and W. A. Beddoe. There was 235 i ounds of mail and a shipment of gold dust. A Cleveland opposition stage arrived at 8:30a. m. wiih two passengers and Mrs. Cleveland. The stage was eight days on the trail. SEATUE MAN KILLS ANOTHER h ALASKA [Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.] Seattle Jan 12 -Robert B*ll. of this city, shot and killed William IVppe. also of Seattle, at Fox island. Alaska. January 2. The tiouble between Ba 1 and Deppe arose over the presidency of the Great American Marble Company, which ha* works in Alaska. WILL INVESTIGATE PANAMA RAILWAY [Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan ] Washington, Jan. 12. - The house committee on interstate and foreign commerce has authorized the investi gation of the affairs of the Panama Railway company. It is claimed that the dividends of the company ixce- d the earnings oy $-UO,OOl) per year. ? MfAD IS SHORN IN 10 Off ILL [Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan] Olympia, Jan. 12 ? Gov. Albert E. Mead and the other state oltieers were (worn into office vesterdav. Gov. Mead delivered his inaugural address to a joint session of the legislature held in the hall of the house of representatives. Co m m 1 1 ? ? Raport* Favorable Tee sena'e committee on territories, according t<> the papers whici arrived yesterday, have authorized a favorab e report upon the confirmation of the ap pointment of Gov. Brady. UNHAPPINESS DISPELLED. Hra ud Worn em luilmou Vbout It. Many women weep and wall and refuse to b? comforted because their once mas nlflcent tresses have become thin and faded. Many men Incline to profanity because the flies bite through the thin thatch on their cranlums. It will be good news to the miserable of both sexes, to learn that Xewbro's Herplclde has been placed upon the market. This Is the new scalp germicide and antiseptic that acts by destroying the germ or microbe that Is the underlying cause of all hair de struction. Herplclde Is a new prepara- i tlon. made after a new formula on an [ entirely new principle. Anyone who has I tried It will testify as to Its worth. Try It yourself and be convinced. Sold by leading druggists. Send We. In stamps 1 fr>r sample to The Herplclde Co., De troit. Mich. Wm. Britt, Special Asrent. | Plasimnt and Most ESiotlvt T. J. Chambers, Kd. Vindicator, .Lib erty, Teisj, writes Dec. 25, 1902: "With pleaiure and unsolicited by yoo, J bear testimony to the cjxa'.ive power of Bal lard's Horehound Syrup. 1 have used it in mj family sod can cheerfully affirm It is the most effective and p'easamest remedy for coughs an I colds 1 have ever u3-d." 25c, joc and Ji.oo. Sold by Kellv Dtug Co, At Wholtul* Price* The Mascot saloon sells liquors, either bulk or case goods at wholesale ' ?. All the old brands always 00 10-I-tf. ALASKA I HADE GROWS GREATER The records of the Alaska customs district tor tue year that has just closed show a substantial if aid in the volume of Alaskan bu-iness in the last year and a remarkable gain in the output of gold in the district. A summary of the record for 11)04, compared with that for 1903, prepared ami signed by D. II. Jarvis, is as fol lows: 1903 1904 Domestic gold shipped to U. S .. . $ 6,302,273 $ 9,082,681 Domestic gold exported from Alaska 251,205 613,781 Gold imported trom foreign countries 11,449,475 10,791,243 Foreign gold shipped tol\S. 8,557,078 10,010,520 Domestic exp'ts from Alaska . 1,593,211 1,141,569 Shipments of do mestic mdse. to I*. S 9.957,132 10,586,060 Mds). imported direct from foreigu coun tries free 207,202 752,658 Mils'), impor.ed direct from foreign coun tries dutiable 297,078 508,298 Duty on mdse. imported di rect from for eign countries 37,614 100,424 A comparative statement of the last quarter and that of the last quarter of the previous year is as follows: 1903 1904 Domestic gold shipped to U. S. .$2,289,296 $2,538,441 Don <*tic iroid ex IH rted from Al ^<a 249,755 138,502 Gold imported ft >m f'gn coun tr.es 3, 942, Wit 3,241,3-18 For ign gold ship p?d to I*. S 2,085,978 3,934,517 Sh.-imenls of do tii jstic mdse. to I S 6,320,393 6,031,580 Domestic exports tr im Alaska.... 611,293 357,298 Mtfee imported di rt cl from foreign countries free. .. 68,445 346,561' Mdse imported di r. ct from foreign countries tint i ut.e 118,465 179,634 Duty on mdse im ported direct Ii >m f'gn coua tnes 23,244 41,380 Skating Rink Op n T ie skating rink at Broadway and Thi:-d avenue is now in prime condition and is open to the public to be used free of c large. It has been put in condition bv .T. G. J^piith, who invites the people to i:>e it and enjoy it to their fullest ca;>.icity. Ji rdaa Aconiad of Snlrai Crlm* \Y. E. Jordan was arrested today at the instance of Edward Maher, who chi-ges hira with assault with a dan gerous weapon. Maher alleges that loivan struck him with a slingshot. The latter admits striking Maher, but say-. he used a bamboo stick. The caa e of the trouble will probably de velop at the preliminary hearing, set for tomorrow, in the United States com missioner's court. B kths 25 cents. Fine porcelain tubs at the Portland Lod ring House. Rooms 25c, iOc, 75o and $1. Fifth avenue, op posi'e Canadian Bank of Commerce, j Buy Your Coal OF Shaw <& Johnson Importers of Wellington, 'Ladysmith' Double Screened and Sacked Pennsylvania Anthracite t ?_'? and Chestnut, Highes; Grade Wellington, delivered, per ton, $13 00 Anthracite, " 22 00 Phono 109 P. C. Dock The Leading Jeweler Nugget Jewelry of All Kinds, Indian Curios and Souvenir Spoons. H. D. KIRMSE, The Pioneer Jewe?er Official Timekeeper for the W. P. & Y. R. WATSON'S STOCK STARTS UPWARD The loss of three frames of eribbage by George A. Rosenberg makes the ohancesofN. W. Watson to win the prize in the eribbage tournament e.\ oellpnt. It is only possible for one play er, E. A Murphy, to defeat him and to | do that it would be necessary for M r. Murphy to win nine straight coutests. | There are two, J. A. Barragar and H. B. Dunn, that could tie Mr. Watson, but they would have to win every game they are yet to play in order to do that. The standing of the contestants ut noon today was follows: Won Lost Per Cent I N. W. Watson... .14 6 700 J. E Barragar.... 9 6 000 O. A. Rosenberg. .10 7 588 J. P. Rogers 11 8 079 H. B. Dunn 8 t> 571 E. Korach 9 7 5?3 E. A. Murphy.... ti 5 545 F, WolUnd 8 7 533 H. H. Sanford 10 9 520 C. S. Barnes 10 9 52ti J. W. Young 10 10 500 M. Bridge 8 8 500 J. J. Burns 9 10 474 H. B. Kunnalls . 7 8 4(>7 F. B. Wurzbacher 9 11 450 E. R. Stivers. ..... 7 9 438 E. F. Pitman 7 9 438 E. M. Culbertson.. 8 11 421 N. E. Kolshaniu. . . 7 10 412 R A. Carroll 8 12 400 W. a King 4 7 36* FIRE DEPARTMENT WILL PRACTICE j The members of Hoso Company No. 1 will have a run this evening (or prac tice. It will be the first practice drill of many that are proposed for tne win ter. The alarm will be sounded early this evening, In Land Fraud Cu>? W. E. Crews, of Juneau, will appear for the defense in several of the Port land land fraud cases. He was retained j through C. M. Idleman. with whom ' he was associated in the defense of W. j J. Idleman. Mr. Crews will leave for 1 the south in a few days and will spend the winter at Portland, San Francisco and Ix)s Angeles. Otortla Come* nnd (ion The Georgia arrived from Juneai last night with mail and passengers and sailed on the return trip this tuorning at 8 o'clock. Good Tims at Danca There was a good time at the inform al dance given at the rooms of the White Pass Atlethic club last night. It was the lirst dance there since the hoi id a vs and about 75 persons were present. PERSONAL MENTION George Davidson, at one time in the I express business at Skagway, arrived | from the south on the Dolphin ami left | for the interior this morning. Mr? Davidson will also come north in about | six weeks. W. A. Beddoe, editor of the Dawson World, is at |Whitehorse ori his way outside. H. B. Dunn went to Whitehorse this morning. J. Wesley Young is expected to ar rive from the south on the next trip of the Ramona. Mrs. George D. Wright, wife of une of the carpenters at the shops, came north on the Dolphin. Emil Peterson arrived on the Dol phin with six men and two horses. Mr. Peterson is bound for Dawstn with bis outfit. W. J. Hills 'eft for Juneau this morn ing on the Georgia. All the delicacies of the season at the Pack Train Resturant. Fresh bread delivered to any part of the city at any time by the Boss Baker. Special Attention to Business From Skagway, Haines and Vicinity CREWS & HILLS, ATTORNEYS Will Practice In All the Courts Juneau - . - Aiaska EXACT TIME If you want to know the exact time at any minute in the day, any day in the year, carry one of our watches. CONFIDENCE In one's watch makes traveling a plea sure, when correct time is always a necessity. We have watches at all prices, bet every one of them keeps good time. When time is in dispute, the watch from Kern's decides. P. E. KERN, Mid-Winter Sale Starting Monday, Jan. 9 To make room for our new spring1 stock, we are going- to devote the balance of this month to one of the greatest Price Cutting Sales ever held in this city. Very few people in Skagway will jump at ficticious bargains a second time. If you fool them once, you may rest assured that they will fool you by letting your second attempt go unnoticed. It is because we have always delt with the people j honestly that our offerings are well treated. Our class of goods goes to them as the best they can get and when they prove to the contrary, "We al ways make good." When we announce a reduc- ' tion in prices, people know prices are reduced, for the former prices are always on the goods, with the new ones added. for This Week We Offer the following DRESS G-OODS In face of the fact that the price of all woolen goods is advancing every day and that were we to purchase the same lines today we should be compelled to advance prices- Here we are offering them to you at prices that should clean out the stock in a week. At 50c a yard any of our 75c grades 70c " 100 . 90c " 1 25 1 10 " 1 50 1 35 44 2 00 PATTERNS Former Price Now SUIT $5 00: 6 25 7 25 8 75 10 00 $7 50 8 50 10 00 12 50 15 00 Table Linens At $0 35 a yard regular price, 45 a yard 65 75 95 1 15 1 35 a yard, a yard, a yard, a yard, a yard, a yard. Napkins At $1 15 a doz regular price, 1 50 a doz " 1 85 a do/. " 2 25 a doz 2 <55 a doz " $0 50 75 85 I 00 1 25 1 50 1 75 $1 50 2 00 2 50 3 00 3 50 SILKS AND SATINS 75c a yd. colored taffeta, tormerly. $1 00 $1 00 a yd, crepe de chines, " 1 25 50c a yd, colored satins, " 75 OUTING FLANNELS At 5c a yard. Formerly 7 l-2c a yard At 10c a yard, Formerly 12 1-2 & 15c a yd FIGURED FLANNELETTES At 10c a yard, Former price ]5cla yard STRIPED EIDERDOWNS At 25c a yard, Regular Pi ice, 50c a yd. FANCY WINTER WAISTINGS At $1 50, a pattern tormerly $2 25 1 25 " 1 75 2 00 " 3 00 3 50 " 5 00 Ladies1 Knit Underwear At $3 50 a suit regular price, 14 50 4 00 3 00 a suit. 2 75 a suit . 2 25 a suit . 1 50 a suit . 1 15 a suit . 2 45. 3 35. 3 85. 4 75. 8 35. 13 <55. 3 50 3 00 2 00 1 50 Furs a,?k former price, ?1 50 - 3 50 4 50 6 00 7 50 12 50 20 00 LADIES' READY MADE G00DS Id this department we are cutting' the prices to such a low figure that you will wonder how we can afford to do it. But we believe In cleaning out each seasons' goods at any price, rather than carry them over. Every article in this stock is reduced. r~i x _ Silk Waists at $9 00 Your choice of any silk waist in the house, formerly $12 50, 15 00 & 17 60 Silk Waists at $5 50 Any silk waist formerly selling at $7 50, 8 50 and 10 00 Wool Waists At$l 00 formerly, 81 50 1 35 ?? 2 00 150 "$2 50 & f.'i Ladies' Jackets At $5 00 formerly, $10 00 ? 50 " 12 50 8 50 " 15 00 " 20 00 " 25 00 11 50. 14 50. . Ladies' Wrappers At $0 95 formerly, $1 50 " 2 00 ?' 2 50 " 3 CO 1 35. 1 75. 2 25. Sateen Petticoats At$l 10 regular price, $1 50 ' " 1 75 1 25. 1 40. 1 85. 2 25. 2 75. 2 00 2 50 3 00 3 50 Notions ins 3c a paper, i ... jooks and eyes per, hairpins 3c a package, curling irons 5c, lustre cotton 5c, darning cotton 3c, knitting cotton 5c, foundation collars 10c, kid curlers 5c a doz. Eagle pins 5c a paper, pins 3c a paper, safety pins 3c a paper, hooks and eyes lc a card, pa'-ent hooks and eyes .ic a card, cube pins oc pa j_.aa.ies quils :?::::::"::^~9SSS(S%S 20 oo. 16 50. 13 50. 10 00. 25 00 20 00 17 50 Ladies' Skirts At 425 00, crepe de chine formerly, $40 00 12 50, black silk skirts formerly, 20, 25 and 27 50 12 50, wool dress skirts formerly, 17 50, 20 and 22 50 9 00, " formerly 12 50 and 15 00 6 75, " formerly, 10 00 5 75, " " 8 50 5 25, " " 7 50 4 50, " " 6 60 Dressing Sacques At 81 00 ..formerly, $1 50 145 '? i 00 1 85 ' 2 50 2 25 " 3 00 2 65 " 3 50 3 50 " 5 00 Silk Petticoats At $25 00 '. formerly, $35 00 11 " 17 50 " 15 00 " 10 00 " 8 50 II 50. 10 00. 7 50. C 25. Ladies' Hats at 50 Cents ? You- choice of any of our winter hats 50c Corsets at 50 Cents Some broken lpts and sizes formerly $1, 1 25 and 1 50 now 50c B.m.Bebren<!$ mercantile Company GEO. BLANCHARD, Mgr.