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The daily Alaskan. [volume] (Skagway, Alaska) 1904-1924, March 17, 1905, Image 3

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COMING HERE
Pugilists Will IoTitd* Alaska
This Year
* Sk?gway and o: her Northern towns
will be given an opportunity to witness
performances from some of the best
. boxers on the Pacific coast this year.
Word was received on the Dolphin that
Biddy Bishop, the well known sporting
manager who took Billy Woods to Daw
9 son last year to meet Nick Hurley, Is
looking about to select the best mater
ial in the light and middleweight class
es whom he will bring to this country.
Dawson people have commissioned
Bishop to make arrangements to bring
a bucch of the best fighters north for
the purpose of having a series of match
es at Skagway. Whitehorse, Dawson
acd Fairbanks
BASKET OE HOIORS
EOR I HE WINNER
A basket of assorted liquors will be i
given the winrer of the solo tournt- !
uamen; which is in progress at the Se- 1
at tie Saloon The contest will be dect- 1
Jed March 20. Thepeisoo who shall |
have won the greatest number of!
games by that time will be declared to
be the winner. tf- j
Champlc-n Llnlaaat for RhewaatUm
Chas. Drak\ ? msil carrier at Ch?i>
invtlle Corn.. s?y?: -Ommberlain's |
Pa n Bslni is the rhannion of a'l lioi
men's The p ?t yenr I w?s troubled a
greit wi-h rheumatism In my
? hooute-. After trvirg ?eve>al cures
?h- storrke.'i-er here ncoromendid th s
r-me Iv nn 1 it romple'e'y cure<l me."
There is no > se of srvo-e suffering from
this rsin'n si men* when 'his liniment
p?n he o^t-pe>t f<>* a *m <'l ?t>m. One j
sppiicsti-n giv*s trorn ? relief sn-1 i ?
continued u?e f?r * ?hnrt time wi'l ptc
?Imv m vern'anent cute. For sale by j
Kelly Drug Co.
No'ice to PaUlc
I hav sold my enti e exiiress busi
ness and g^Kl w'll thereof to E. McC.
\Ve?te, of the Merchants' Kx press De
livery. who w II receive all orders and
deliver the same promptly
F. M. l.ucavish.
Skagwav. M.irch 1. 11**5. 3 2 lw
Office '1 'ho e !?. resilience S4.
MISS M'FARLAND
COMING BACK
Mias Grace M-Farlair!, for several
Tear* stenographer in the office of the
general manager of the W. P. A Y. R.,
but who has been in the Vancouver of
fice of the company for two years, will
return to her old position in this city
early next month.
Mlsa Me Far land is one of the most
efficient members of the W. P. & Y. II.
staff. She has been connected with
the organization of the road from the
beginning and is said to be better in-!
formed as to the history of the road
1 than anyooe connected with It.
j Miss McKarla' d is rery p pular in
! Skagwav and will be welcomed back to
I the city.
Btrtnad Like* tk? Looks
S. A. D. Bertrand, superintendent of |
public works in Yukon, accompanied
by George Wood, of the same depart
ment, has returned from a visit of in
spection of the public buildings at Klu
ane, also of the government road to
that place. He speaks in terms of
highest praise of the class of work done
for the gerntnent in the new district.
Extoallva Committa* Will M at
There will be a meeting of the ex
ecutive committee of the White Pass
Athletic club at the club rooms Satur
day evening, March If*, HI'S, for the
consideration of important matters.
The presence of all the members is re
quested.
H. R. Simp on, Chairman.
Skagway, Alaska, Varch 17. l!KX'<
Notic* to Pnh'io
I have this day appointfd Godfrey
Chealander as my agent to have charge
of my property in Skagwxv. real a- d
personal, to colled rents a* dot her hi?ls
due me. A J . t arlsoV^
Skagwav, Alaska. Mareli 11 l!KVj
Tk? Bm( Couth Sytop
S. L. App'e, ex-l'robal.' ' uilwe, Ot'?
w* Co., Kansi*, ?"t'?: "This 1# to s?y .
tint I li.ve .is d B*Hsr.fs llorrh nr..' |
Syrup for \ears , ?'"l I do no he-itate
to rero-rend tt ??? tt-e coii??- mp
I have ever used."- 25c see, f 1 00 Sold
by Kelly I) uk Co.
Baths 25 cents Fine poicelain tuls
at the Port I nd Lnd r ' n House, Rooms j
25c, 50c, 75c 'nd Fifth aef-oue. or
posite Canadian Bank of * omiuerce.
DAUB TAKES GOODS
INIO FAIRBANKS
Albert Daub arrived on the Dolphii
with a large consignment of goods fo
the Fairbanks and Dawson stores o
the Dominion Trading Company, whicl
it composed of Mr. Daub and H. G
Dickie, the latter formerly of Skag
way. Mr. Daub will take much of hii
[ gojds to Fairbanks.
Eig Clt.u-Tp fur
A rccent dispatch from Fairbanki
gives the following estimate for th<
spring clean-ups on the Tanana creeks
"Cleary creek, $3,000,000; Falrbanki
creek, $1,250,000; adjacent oreeks, $750,
000."
WHY If SIJCCCfDS
Became It't for On* TUtnj Only, sad
Alitiku I* L?urulne Thli
Nothing can be good for everything.
Doing one thing well brings success.
Doan's Kidney Pills are for oae thing
only,
They'r for sick kidueys.
They cure backache, every kidney
ill.
Here is evidence to prove it.
W. A. Hawkins, proprietor of Oxford
Hotel, 414 4t - avenue, Seattle, says:
"I was su' ject to kidney trouble for a
number of years and during that time
took different remedies recommended
to me without much success, I c?me
here from Leiiorte, Ind., some twelve
years ago and have taken a paper from
there ever since. Every now and again
I read of people in that city who have
bjen cured of kidney trouble by the use
Doan's Kidney Pi'ls, a id it was through
meatiliy discussing these cases that in
duced me about a year ago to try the
remedy. It gave me undoubted benefit
i't that time. Since then ( noticed
symptoms of a recurrence, the pills
acted equally as well as they did when
th?v first came to mv notxe "
For sale hy all dealers Price 50 cents.
Foster Vilburn Ow., buffalo, New York
sole agents for the United ^tales.
Remember the name -Doan's- and
lakt no other.
Doa I ost? Young fox terrier bitch,
white, with one bluek spot on each ca ?
Finder please no:ify James - air, Twen
tv second avenue and Main street. ' t
Mrs (? B Wright wishes to not if
her old b larders that she has returned
from Seattle and will be pleased to have
all her old boarders ? an'i any new ones
? back aga n. Prompt attention given.
Calendars for 1906
ttle will call upon von soon
mitb a Complete Assortment of
* 1906 Calendars *
Hi Priees Chat Pll Save Von money
The Daily Alaskan Job Office,
TELEPHONE, 19
Closing Out Sale
I hereby give notice that toy stock ol
goods tnd fixtures will closed out lit
greatly reduced prices. I have tu ide
arrangemen s to go into business else
where, and not desiring to pay a heavy
freight bill I willsell out ?t a sacrifice.
Those desirlDg clothes should leave
orders immediately.
F. WOLLAND, Merchant Tailor
Skagway, Feb. 3, 1905.
New Mualo ?t Pack Train
The Pack Train saloon has just re
ceived 50 new records for Its excellent
phonograph and the largest horn that
ever came to Alaska. There will be a
grand concert at that place tonight.
The latest songs and the latest instru
mental selections will be given.
Department of the Interior. Washington, IX
C., February 16, IDOo. sealed proposals tin du
plicate) for the construction of frame buildings
to be used at school houses and teachers' res
Mence.s at the following points In Alaska, to
wit: ('armel (Bristol Hay); Seldovia (Cook Is
let); Wood Island (near Kodiak); alsoatYak
u tut. Haines. Killinoo, W ran gel and Jackson. iu
Southeastern Alaska, will be received at the de
partment until two o'clock p. in.. Saturday,
April 15, 1906. and will be opened Immediately
thereafter, in the presence of such bidders as
may desire to attend. The rUht is reserved to ,
reject auy and all bids received. Blank forms
of proposal, embracing specification*, may be
obtained on Application to the depart men t, ?r
t?> the Commissioner of Kducation. where'
drawings showing details may be inspected
Plans and specifications may also be seen aud
obtained from Prof. William A. Kelly, at Sitka,
Alsska; at Juneau and Douglas, from I.ivlug |
stou K. Jones, of Juneau; and from the U.S.
Commissioners at Ketchikan. Wrangell Bkag
wav, Seward, aud Yaldez, Alaska. E. A. Hitch
cock, Secretary.
Seattle, Washington
Manufacturers of
COTTON FISHNET
TING
? Of Every Description ?
The only plant of this nature on the
coast.* Write for Prices.
Correspondence solicited.
312-310 2d Av., Seattle.
UNION
Plying HetweenJ Skagway and
Flames
Leaves Skagway at
9 a. m. Sharp
Every Monday, Wednesday aDd Friday
Arriving at Haines at 11:30 a. in.
Leaves Haines at 2 p. rr.
Single fare $1.50.
La\t)n aid Germain
A'iy Kitnl of Chewing Tobacco at
10c a CUT
ami we will sell everything cheap
thats in the store
Pipes, 5c and Up
Don't Forget the
Number
428 BROADWAY, Phone 52
Tony Dortero
Office Hours: From 10 to 12 a. tn., 2 to
4 and 7 to 9 p. m.
J. A. BAUGHMAN, M. D.
Office in Old City Hall
Three Doors East of Britts' Pharmacy
OvstercocKtaiis, Olympiaor Kastern
?t. the I'ack Train restaur nt.
JUNEAU S. S. CO'S.
ELECTRIC LIGHTED STEAM
HEATED 3TBAMEK
GEORGE
Carrrloi 0. 8. Mull
or Haines, Berneis Biy, Juneau,
(oonah, Tenakea Sitka and Wayports
SAILS
March. 7, 13, 19, & 26.
At 8 a. m.
VV. VV. HOUGHTON, Agent
Broadwi y and Fifth Ave. Phone 90
NETTLES & FORD
The Only Practical
Tinners and Plumbers
IN THE CITY
Hardware, Tin and
G-raniteware
Steam Pipe <Ss Fittings
'When In Haines
Stop at the
Hotel Northern
J. G. Morrison, Prop.
Restaurant In Building
Finely Furnished Rooms
Electric Lighted Throughout
THE IMPERIAL HOTEL
GEO. W. CURTIS, PROP.
AMERICAN PLAN
Front St. South P.O., Whltehorse,Y.T
= Patronize
^ Home
= Industry?
If Not You Should Do So By
Drinking Skagway Beer
Our Bottled Beer Only
$2.00
per dozen. 23c reb ite on boitles
PORTER
Manufactured Especially For
Hospital and
Family Use
Phone Brewery 40. Residence, 38
Canadian Paeifie fly. Co.
Direct Service, No intermediate j
Call, to
Vancouver
Victoria
Transferring to
Seattle]
No Extra Charge
Mch. 6,16 & 26
Sailing ?t :6 p. at.
For Speed, Comfort, Service and
Appointment These Twin Screw
Steamers Cannot be Equaled. For
Information Write or Apply to
H. B.DUNN , Art- SK AO W AY
Vancouver ;
Hotel J
Whitehorse, Y.l
B. McGce, Prop. *
Good Stabling For Horses '
Refurnished Throughout Firsu-*
Class in Every Respect i
Finest Cafe ic the Northwest 1
uuAavvvvtvt* wAtsnnm
R0YRL }
Steam Laundry* \
A1J Wirk Guaranteed Short J
Orders Pr->a:;>il/ f
Done. \
'PHONE 7% J
Messenger Will Call an>t Deliver f
Baths In Connection
Private Rooms for Ladies.
STEAM HEATED. f
Si (MAWiAWJit
I
The WhitePass& Yukon Route
TIME TABLE No. 13
(Daily Except Sunday.)
No. 1, "B. No. 2. S. Bound N 8
Istj class. 1st class 2nd elm
9 30 a] m. LV. SKAQUAY AR. 4 30p m. AR. 4 16a'. n
lioo}" " WHITE PASS ?' ? "2 10 "
1145 " 11 LOG CABIN 2 10 ? ' 1 00 "
12 35 f P"m " BENNETT " 1 15 [ P m " 12 20 p.m,
2 45 " 2 10 " " CARIBOU - 11 50a.m " 10 20 ??
6 40 " 4 30 " AR White Horse LV 9 30 " LV, " 7 oo "
Passengers must be at depots In time to have Baggage Inspected and
checked. Inspection is stopped 30 minutes before leaving time of train
150 nounds of ba?ga?e will be checked free with eaofi full f?re tick*
*nd 75 pnunns with eanh half far? ticket
mm & o era'# & mm e & to. to:
IDurinp the Ops i Season of Navigation on the Yu'ton River The
While Pass k Yukon Route
OPERATES A THROUGH LINE FROM
1 Skagway to Atlin. Whitehorse, Big Salmon
and Dawson
HMD HLL INTERMEDIATE POINTS
Connection -?l?de at Dawson with Lower River Steamboats for Tanaca, Fairbanks, S.. Michael and Nome
Landb lVsengers and Freight at these Camps Earlier in the Season and Quicker than Any Other Boute
WINTER ROUTE SERVICE
During the Winter Season, When Navigation is Closed, Finely Appointed Traina;wiil,Continue to Run JDaily
Except Sunday, Between Skagway and Whitehorse
A Through Mail, Passenger and Fieight Service will be Maintained by a Thoroughly Equipped
STAGE LINE BETWEEN WHITEHORSE AND DAWSON
b, BAGGAGE BONDED THROUGH
$ Direct Telegraphic Service to all Points. in United' States and Canada
ST3 For information relative to Psasenger Freight and Telegraphic rate*, apply to any agent.of company, or to
M. J. B. WHITE, G, F & P. A. A. R NEWLLL, V, P. & G. M, K :D. PINNEO, Asst. G. F. &. P. A.
Vancouver, B. C. Vancouver, B. 0. and Skaguay, Alaska Kksgusy A ss' a
*OTO
200 Fur Caps all styles & Grades, Cheap
Pur Coats, Robes, Gloves, Mitts, Fur Garments Ilobes and Rugs Made to Order.
Fur Robes. 7x8, $25 00 Fur Robes, 6x7. $20 00
Rubber Shoes, Felt Shoes, Etc,
CHAS. R. WINTER, The Furrier, BronaedJaDePot

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