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Removal sale tins week!
This week everything in. our store will be sold at a reduction odds and ends at cost and some even less A few mcro of those Fancy Turkeys to close out at 20 cents per pound. Do not fail to avail yourself of this op portunity to buy first class groceries at this sacrifice sale. John Kalem, the Grocer So'e Agent for Reliance Canoed Goods NO CHOICE Mi^onri Lc?islatare Is In Deadlock (Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.) Jefferson City. Jan. 21-The Missouri legislature is in a complete deadlock. On each ballot Senator F. M. Cockrell, democrat, received 81 votes, and Thomas K. Neidrinjjhaus. republican nominee, SO, with l"> votes scattering. Kighty-nine votes are necessary to a choice. It is (eared that the deadlock might be prolonged to the end of the session. NO ACTION Seattle Postotticfsliip IMd rp [Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.] \Ya?hington. Jan 21? Senators Fos ter and Aok?ny, of the state of Wash log, have secured the president's cou >?nt that the confirmation of the ap pointment of Postmaster George M Stewart, of Seattle, t>e held up until the senatorial election in their state shali have been *etiletl. INLAND HfATHfR At 8 o'clock Uiis morning, the weather conditions on the Yukon river and along the line of the W. P. A Y. R. were as follows: Skagway? Cloudy, strong north wind, IS above. Glacier? Cloudy, strong north wind, 6 above. White Pas9? Cloudy, strong north wind, (X Fraeer? Cloudy, light north wind, 4 below. Log Cabin ?Cloudy . light north wind, 4 below. Bennett ? Cloudy, brisk north wind, a Pennington? Cloudy, north wind, 2 below Caribou? Cloudy, calm, 2 below. Whitehorse? Cloudy, light north wind, ? below. LowerLabarge? Cloudy, calm, 15 be low. Hoot alinqua? Cloudy, light north wind, IS below. Big Salmon? Clear, light north wind, 28 below. Yukon Crossing? Clear, calm, 44 be low. Selkirk? Foggy, calm, 60 below. Selwyn? Heavy fog. calm, 44 below. Stewart? Clear, calra, 58 below. Ogilvie? Fo gy, calm. 55 below. Dawson? Foggy, light south wind. 50 below. FortTmile? Clear, calm. 'A below. Eagle ? Foggy, calm. 47 below. Atlin? Cloudy, north wind, 2 below. Tantalus? Clear, light north wind. 35 below. Tagish? Cloudy, calm, 4 below. Tlr*a? Hold The Skagway fire department hal a meeting at the city hall last night at which the details of the arrangements for the dance that will take place next Friday were gone over, and decided upon. The dance will be a grand affair. The firemen have decided to make changes in Firemen's ha'l in accord ance with authority granted by the city council at its last meeting. The hall will be occupied by the firemen as a meeting place hereafter At Whn!*a?t* Price* The Mascot saloon sells liquors, either bulk or ca?? ?ood.s at wholesale prices. All the old brands alwavs on naod. 10-1-tf. OPPOSE IT New Mexico Legislature Fav ors Single State [Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.] Washington. Jan. 21? The New Mex ico legislature has memoralized con gress protesting against joint statehood with Arizona. One of the reasons urged by the New Mexican legislators for a single state for tlieir territory is the fact that it furui-hed more than half of the Roose velt Rough Riders. bigTime Haines Arctic Brothers to Dedicate Hall The hall of Camp Haines, No. 17, Arctic Brotherhood, will be dedicated at that place February 9. The cere raon < will b? wound up in the evening with a reception and ball. In', tations to the ceremonies and the reception ar.d ball will be sent to all :h i ?. i Arctic Brotherhood camps . to r ,!i.y others in the north, i i '..Ciittees have been appointed and v' oposid to make the atTair one loi to be remembered. BOflf WRONG 9 Republicans Also Stuffed Ballot Boxes [Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.] Denver, Jan 21? Experts testifying in the election contest yesterday say the ballot boxas in many precincts were : stuffed with republican votes. Dem icra's claim that there were more j fraudulent republican votes cast than there were fraudulent democratic votes ! and i hat a fair count 'of the vote would 'ilivethe democrats the governor and both houses of the legislature. DOLPHIN COMES AND SAILS The Dolphin arrived frojn the south this rvorning at 10:30 o'clock with 26 passengers, a small quantity of freight and three days' mail. She sailed outat 1:10 o'clock this afternoon with nine passengers and the mail. Innl on Arrival and Depart* The Karallon arrived in port at (>:30 o'clock this morning with 25 tons of freisrht and four days' mail. She left for the south at 9 o'clock this morning. Cap:. Livingston is in command of the Farullon. Capt. McGregor, the regu lar master of the vessel, is in California on his wedding trip. A mar Da* adnesday The Amur will sail from Vancouver for Nkagway this evening at 11 o'clock and will be due to arrive at Skagway early Wednesday morning. Buy Your Coal OF Shaw & Johnson Impo-ters of Wellington, ladysmith' Double Screened and Sacked Pr n ivatia Anthracite 1 <r and t'hestnut, Highes. Grade We' iniitMi', delivered, per ton, $13 00 Anthracite, " 22 00 Phone 109 P. C. Dock 8?5ee(5?6)eeffl?sx!Ts^^ The Leading Jeweler Nugget Jewelry of All Kinds, Indian Curios and Souvenir Spoons. H. D. KIRMSE, The Pioneer Jeweier Official Timekeeper for the W. P. 4 Y. R. | lit! Kfc j W P, A. C. Orcr i f I Bill Tch..i The White Pass Athletic Club ar- > ranged two basket bull teams at the j mtetiug last night, which will be pre- . pared to competo in a ournament if one can be arranged with other loams. The White Pass teams areas follows: j 1? A, C. Blanchard. U. H. Sanford, H. F. Taylor, Ed. Uarr.v and L C Gau t, with N. E. Bolshauiu u - a substi tute. 2? R. D. Pinneo, Will Cleveland. Mark Phelps, W. C. Blanchard and James Barry, with Robert B. Foster, substitute. E. P. Dosch has been designated as manager of the teams, and he will at tempt to arrange meetings with other teams. There will be some practice games playtd at the White Pass club this evening after the general meeting of the organization whit h has been called for the election of a member of the ex- \ ecuti ve committee. If arrangements can be made with | other organizations in the city to play a series of games it is proposed to pull them off on Wednesday evenings, when the ladies are present, for the enter- j tainiuent they will furnish. PlRSONAL mention M. F. Thompson, the well known Yukon sourdough and one of the most l?opular mining men in the north, ar rived from the south on the Dolphin to day. Mr. Thompson is on his way to Dawson after visiting the world's fair and eastern cities with Mrs Thompson. The latter will remain for the winter at their Denver home. J. H. Conrad, the mining man, ar rived from Whitehor^ \ < 'id ay even ing and >9 at the Puilen houso. lie will leave for the south on '.he Cottage City next week. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. r ' v Mrs. Brody and Miss Fl. ? "t -r1 re turned irom Fort AVil! ^"";ird on the Dolphin. ft ire !iej u i of Kmil Korach went to Jun< in on the Djlphin. J. J. Daly was a Juneaubound passen ger on the Dolphin. Mr. and Mrs. George Blanchard went to Juneau on the Dolphin. Watch lonnd Found, a gold watch, with initials "C. C. 8." engraved on cases. Owner can have same by paying cost of this ad. Apply at Pantheon saloon. tf Fro.li Meat Th? Frye-Bruhn Co. keep all kinds of fresh meat constantly on hand, tf Mr. and Mrs. K. A. t t visit to Seattle on the I will return on the trip af the Jefferson. THE Pack Train Restaurant Will Serve Sunday trenchDinner From 12 noon to 8 p. m. EVERYTHING THE bEST IN THE MARKET Regular Dinner 50c, TEA, COFFEE or WINE and ICE CKEAM FREE WITH DINNER Special Attention to Business From Skapwav, Haines and Vicinity CREWS & HILLS, ATTORNEYS Will Practice In All th-; Courts Juneau - Alaska EXACT TIME If you want to koow 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, bnt every one of them keeps good time. When time is in dispute, the watch from Kern's decides. P. E. KERN, Gold and Silversmith SE6?ND WEEK ?F ?UR We have been asked a good many times the past week, if we were going to have a sale on our shoes; or on any of our men's clothing or furnish ing goods. The old saying, "all comes to him who waits" holds good the coming week, for we are go ing to make prices on clothing, furnishings and shoes that ought to satisfy the most economical person in the land. In Our Shoe Department FOR MEN Sale Price Regular Price $6 00 for our men's Hanan shoes, $ 7 00 6 00 for Strong & Garfield shoes, 7 50 5 00 for any of our men's shoes. 6 00 4 00 " " 6 00 3 50 some broken lines of shoes 5 00 3 25 any of our shoes that were 4 00 2 75 " " 3 50 FOR MISSES At $2 25 our Nugent shoes regular price, $2 75 2 00 2 50 1 75 " " 2 25 1 75 our C. & E shoes - ' 2 25 I 50 " " 2 00 FOR WOMEN Sale Prioe Regular Prlc* $5 00 for our Hanan shoes * $6 00 4 00 for our John Kelly shoes 5 00 3 75 M 450 3 25 11 4 00 2 75 3 50 2 50 for our C. & E. shoes - 3 00 FOR BOYS 2 75 Clothing Department $25 00 20 00 18 00 15 00 $25 00 20 00 18 00 15 00 12 50 $7 50 6 00 5 00 4 50 4 00 3 50 Men's Overcoats regular price sale price, Men's Suits regular price sale price, Men's Trousers regular price sale price, $18 00 14 50 13 00 10 00 $18 00 14 50 13 00 11 00 9 00 $5 00 4 50 4 00 3 75 3 25 2 75 #12 50 10 00 7 50 $15 00 12 50 10 00 7 50 6 00 5 00 4 00 ,3 00 $2 00 1 75 1 50 1 25 1 00 Boy's Overcoats regular prico sale price, 19 00 " " 7 50 " ? 5 50 Boy's Suits regular price sale price, ?11 00 9 00 7 50 5 50 4 50 4 00 3 00 ' 2 85 Boy's Trousers regular price sale-price, ?1 50 _ 1 25 1 lO SO 75 Furnishing Goods Levi Strauss Overalls and Jumpers, all sizes .... sa]e price. 65c Levi Strauss Bib Overalls and Engineer Jumpers, all sizes ? ? sale price, 86c President Suspenders, per pair - . - ? - - sale price. 46c Men's Hosiery At 20c men's box regular price, 25c 25c 35c 40c " " 50c Men's Neckwear At 25c any of our men's ties regular price, 35c 50c '? " 75c Men's Gloves At 50c any of our men's gloves regular price, $0 75 75 " ' " 1 00 1 00 1 15 1 35 1 25 1 50 1 75 Men's Colored Dress Shirts Monarch shir 1 50 for duett shirts $1 00 for Monarch shirts regular price, 50 . _li_? ? z 00 Men's Underwear $4 00 a suit for any of our goods that were K 00 3 26 '? 4 00 2 75 " 3 60 2 25 " 300 Men's Overshirts $2 75 for ny of our goods that were 13 50 and * O OS " * 2 25 2 01) 1 50 1 ~r> 1 00 ?3 50 and $4 00 ~ 00 2 50 2 00 1 76 1 50 Men's Hats ?4 00 for Stetson hats, regular price, $5 00 3 00 for Kingsbury haw " 4 00 2 50 for any of our hats " *50 2 00 " " 3 00 ^ ? 411 Prices Quoted in Last Week's Ad. Are Good Until Sale Closes B.m. BcM$ mercantile Company G-EO. BLANCHARD, Mgr. i'r .. M