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THE DAILY ALASKAN
CITV OFPICIRL PMPER
No. 23 VOL VIII. 3KAGWAY. ALASKA, MONDAY FEBRUARY 27. 1905 PRICE 10 CENTS
No Hope For DietricfBill
United States senate sidetracks Gov.
Brady's pet measure for government
of Alaska. No aid for railroads at the
present session.
(Special Dispatcher to Daily Alaskan.)
Washington, Feb. 27 ? The bill introduced by Senator Dietrich providing for the
government of Alaska by a commission consisting of seven members oue of whom shall be
the governor and which was strougly endorsed by (iov. Brady and others lias been
sidetracked and will not be passed upon by the senate. There is hope that the bill pro
viding for an elective delegate in congress will go through.
NO RAILROAD AID THIS YEAR
" Washington, Feb. 27 ? The bill authorizing the construction of a railroad from Valdez
to Eagle and providing for a government guarantee of interest will not pass at this session.
"HARRISONS'*
All Our High Grade
Box Stationery
y- ? To Go This Week At
Half Price?
Do you use the "Conklin Self Filler"
Fountain Pen ? The Best Y et.
Phone 55.
Store Open Evenings
if
A man never wanted an Overcoat
worse than he does right now !
These severe north winds sav
? 4 Whiz III ! Overcoat"
Without one you get Colds- Pills
ChUls and Doctor's Bills.
az With one you get Satisfaction Com
fort Style and Value Received
' Take your choice.
?. J). Clayson (f go.
? . The One Price Clothier
(SEASONABLE GOODS
Snow Shoes- Sleds and Dog Harness
I Let Us Figure With You When You Go
Inside
i Dement & Gearharti
CITY COTCIL
MfEfS TONIGHT
There will be a special meeting of
the city council this evening. It will
be kthe Hirst meeting since the first
Monday in the present month.
Among the matters that will come up
for consideration tonight will be the
election ordinanance and the resigna
tion of the members of the school
board.
Mayor Keller will return to White
horse Wednesday to remain there for
another week, so the council meeting
tonight is likely to be the last one for
two weeks.
Fui?(> ra far Ttuat
Wanted, 10 passengers for Fairbanks.
Fare $100 including 50 pounds of bag
gage. Will board passengers for 75c a
meal on the wav in. A< 'dress: Wm.
Mooreride, care Kcgina Hotel, White
horse, Y. T. .2 27 3t
Wo il For F? o
Rest dry hemlock wood by the cord
or car load. B. H. Young, 1'hooc 141,
KELLY&Co.
STAND BEHIND
THEIR GOODS
CMIfifl"
Fortify Yourself
against sickness and disease. Get
well and stay well Erect a barri
cade against the ills t *t flesh is
heir to with some of these excel
lent
Drugs and Medicines
There's something here to suit your
case exactly. It may be among the
patent medicines or the drugs or it
may be In the
Prescription Dep't
HVhe'her you use your own judg
ment. or take the doctor's advice,
you can rely upon us (or first-class
goods.
Kelly S Co.
The Old Reliable Druggists
PASSESAWAV
George S. Bt.nl w. II Dies ol
PcenmooiA
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
GrotOD, Mass., Feb. 27? George Sew
eil Boutwel', former governor of Mas
sachusetts, United Statei senator and
secretary of the treasury, died at this
place this morning of pneumonia.
George S. Boutwell was bom at
Brookline, Mass., January 28, 1818. He
was a democratic governor of Massa
chusetts in 1852-3, a republican mem
ber of congress 1863-9, secretary of the
treasury in the cabinet of President
Grant 1869-73, a republican senator
1873-77. He was one of the leaders in
the anti-imperialistic movemeut, and
as such supported Bryan in 1900 and
Parker in 1904.
IS COMING
Steamship Jefferson S ils for
Skagway
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
Seattle, Feb. 27? The Jefferson sailed
for Skagway with passengers, freight
and mail Saturday night.
The Bertha sailed for Valdoz, Seward
and other Alaskan points Saturday
night.
The Jefferson will be due at Skag
way, Wednesday, and she should have
(our days' mail.
Populttiona Gniua
The stork is doing his best to increase
the population of Skagway. He brought
two sweet little girls to town yesterday.
One of them was left at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. II. Coleman fn the north
end of town. The other has become a
member of the family of Mr.* and Mis.
E. W. Achison, at Broadway and Fif
teenth avenue. Dr. Runnalli, attend
ing physician at both homes, says all j
parties are doing well.
Wanted
Six gentleman boarders can be ac
commodated with board Furnished
rooms if required. Apply to Mrs. G.
B. Wrigho, Main street and Twenty
second Avenue, Skagway. 2 18 lmo
Don't Fail to See Our Window Display of
HEINZ GOODS
A Few of the 57 Varieties ?
Sweet Pickles Dill Pickles
Chili Sauce Mustard Dressing
Tomatoe Preserves India Relish
Horseradish Catsup
Apple Butter Peach Butter
Tomatoe Soup Tomatoe Chutney
Pearl Onions Mince Meat Sauerkraut
fe IS1RR M
Sole Agent? Rose of Ellensburg Butter
The Best That Money Can Buy
jLe^vb a^ut-'
c
SfKZSljf Au/rjl'THAe/
<b
THE ROSS HIGOINS CO. Sole Agents, Skagway and Juneau.
Hard fightingatMukden
Oyama and Kuropatkin begin fourth
day's fighting after a temporary sus
pension of hostilities. Advantages up
to last night with Japanese.
i
[Special Dispatches to the Daily Alaskan.] . .
St. Petersburg, Feb. 27 ? Fierce fighting has been resumed at Mukden. The battle
that has been raging for three days ceased last night, but the engagement was taken up
at noon today and the fighting is furious.
Mukden, Feb. 26 ? via St. Petersburg, Feb. 27? From Friday morning until late
this afternoon, three days, a terrible battle raged between the Russians and Japanese
near this place. The fury of the battle subsided this evening. As a result of the fighting
the Japanese have gained a slight advantage.
MAN DIES
Seattle Hotel Man Pa98f8 1
Away
[Special Dispatch to Dally Alaskan ]
j Seattle. Wash., Feb. 27? Hiram
S. Stevers, the well known hotel
( man, died yesterday afternoon of
: incarnation of the liver. He was 43
years of age and leaves a mother, two
' brothers and three sisters.
I
Banquet at Jan' an
A banquet will be given Gov, Bra-'v
at Juneau Wednesday evening. A tel
egraphic invitation to be present was
received by J. J. Daly, president of the
Skagtvay chamber of commerce, today.
New Mmlo at Pack Train
The Pack Train saloon has just re- j
celved50new records for its excellent |
phonograph and the largest horn that j
ever came to Alaska. There will be a j
grand concert at that place tonight j
The latest songs and the latest instru
mental selections will be given.
Fresh Meat
The Frye-Bruhn Co. keep all kinds
of fresh meat constantly on hand, tf
VETOES IT
Gov. Mead Pats Qnietna On
Tacoina
[Special Dispatch to Dally Alaskan,]
Olympia, Feb. 27 ? Gov. Mead vetoed j
the bill providing for the submission of
the question of the removal of the cap
ital from Olympia to Tacoina to a vote j
of the people this morning-, It will bo
impossible to pass the bill over the gov
ernor's veto.
The people of Olympia are highly j
elated over the action of the governor.
Notice to Coal Cooinmeri
On and after Wednesday, March 1,
1905. all coal will be sold for cash on |
delivery only.
Shaw it Johnson, P. C. Dock,
Skagway, Feb. 27, 1905. 3t.
Railroad Restaurant
Best meals in town served from 0 a.
m. to 10 p.m. Tray orders a specialty,
10c. extra.
John Williams, Prop.
Fire and Liie
INSURANCE
Real Estate
Financial Agent
Phil Abrahams
521 FOURTH AVE., S KA WAY
ON LEVEL:
, ? ? ?
Engineers Recommend a
C.iiial at St*a Level
[Special Dispatches to Daily Alaskan.]
Washington, Feb. 27? The govern-i
ment engineers recommend a sea level
canal across the istinus of Panama. It
is estimated that the canal will cost
$230,500,000. It will take from 10 to 12
years to construct the canal. *
BIG FIRE;
New Orleans Swept With
Coiitl<tg( ation
t ' 3
I
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
j New Orleans, Feb. $7? *A terrible
conflagration visited tbis city last
night. The water fro it of the entire
city was swept. All toe docks and
warehodffes were destroyed. The loss
is estimated at #5,000,000. "
Pa>seBK?rs for F&irbanki . ,
i
Passengers and baggage wanted for
Fairbanks men preferred. Will leave
Whltehorse. March 4. Apply to F. M.,
Lucavish. 2 16 tf
General clearance sale on dress gtods
at Harrisons' at prices that will sur->
prise, you.
G. D. "Justrite" corset sale contin
ued through this week at Qarrisops'. .1
- I II IPW.
HOPELESS^
It is a hopeless task to try to improve the
complexion without the assistance of pure
aod noD irritating soap.
Our Window This Week
is full of all kinds of soaps? imported and do
mestic. The very best brands made, highly
perlumed .soaps and plain, everyday service
able soaps? soaps suitable for everybody and
everybody's pocketbook.
Wm. Brttt ?rusg,st
Cor. Broadway and Sixth Ave. . '7.
Oranges
30, 40 and 50 Cents a Dozen
Regular Pric3 40- 50 and 60 cts.
Chealanders, Fifth Avenue, -

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