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Gilt Edge Canned Goods;
Special Sale This Week All at the uniform price of 15 cents per can s s Worth from 20 to 25 cents per can Full line ot Fresh Fruit and veget ables to arrive on S.S. Humboldt. John Kalem, the Grocer So> Atfent.for lie. *nce Canned Goods DIE IN PORT .lrflVr*?n Should Arrive To morrow The white flyer Jefferson, :lag-<hip of the Alaska Steamship Company's t'.eet, should arrive in port tomorrow. She was billet! to sail from Seattle Wednes day morning at i> o'clock. The Jefferson will have nearly three days' mail. GIRLS ARf A I A UlSADVAMAGt It was decided yesterday by the Skag way Public School IVbati g Society that girls are at a disadvantage as com pare': with toys in their efforts to get learning. The question debated was: "Resolved, That girls have the ad vantage over boys in opportunities to secure an education." The decision was in the negative. In addition to the debate there was an interesting literary and musical pro gram at the meeting of the debating society. D. N 1 1 uk ill and Miss Lulu DeWitt each gave two recitations Miss Naomi DeWitt give a vocal solo and Miss Kay Stiuebaiigh a piano solo. The fifth and sixth grad.s were guests of the seventh and eighth grades dur ing the afternoon, and there were oth er vistors Not. co to Pwbl c I have soM my enti-e ? xpress Wusi ness and good w 11 thereof to I Me< . Weste. of the Merchants' K\pr> v? IK - liverv. who w 11 receive all orders atd deliver the same promptly K. M. Luctvish. Skagway. March 1. 1 i - lw Office Thone W. Residence M. Notic? of Stochhnld :V Meeting Office of Knginee" >'inir.g Co. T>? the stockholders of The Engineer Ming Company : flea e take notice that the sumui meeting of the stceki ders of The hn gineer Mining ( ompanv *vi! !*? iieM ' the office of the company, in the city o Sk>it**y> dbuic: <>t A.aska, oa Tut - day the 25th day jf April. iy'5. ?* ?>' o'clock i, m., [ut the p'it((Ntof t'rtlint' a I oatd of directors, lor the further ?r?l specific purpose of dec d'ng w hether or nort the pro|H-rtv of The i.-giwvr Min ing C< uipany of Skag?.??. A ask*. Ih: transferre ; to Engineer M'nip^ Com pany of Seattle, Washington, and fo th transaction of such other hu??oc>s as may properly come before the meeting. The Mock transer !>i>ok of the company will oe closed on Saturday the 22-1 day of April, 1905, at t> p. m. and will remain closed until Wednesday the 26th day of April, 1905, at 10 oVlocic a. m. Bv Order of the 1! .aril of Director*. H. B Le fr'evre, Secret ar v. Dated Match 24, 1905. Car** ton eh s and Colds Mrs. C. Peterson, 625 1.uke St.. V. pelt*, Kasaas, ga\s: "Of all c>ugh remedies Ballard's Hon hound Syrup is mv ftvor ite; it has done ami will d.> all tl at is claimed .for it ? to speedily c ite all coughs and colds ? atid it is *o sweet and pleasant to t''e tsste." 250. 51c, ?l.'X> botttc. Sold by Kelly Drug C?\ IT LEADS Commercial Hotel of White hoise Best lu North The Commercial hotel, of White horse, Peter Uichen. proprietor, has taken the lead among the hostelries of the north. It has been recently enlarge*, ami refurnished through >ui. There are 20 large. first class rooms, entirely detached from the bar. They are sit uated so as to be quiet and are especial ly desirable for families. The office is comfortable ami nicely located. There are tine large sample rooms for commercial men. A splendid dining ro.m is connected with the hotel. There is no better place in the north. The Commercial Motel. Whitehorse. V. T HfWfTI HAD GOOD HOUSE The entertainment (jiven by the | Uewetts last ni>:ht was to the largest ; hoitsa that has greeted the company since its appearance in Skaj*w?y. The show w?s fully up to the high standard that has characterized ail the preforroaLces of the company. Mr. and Mis. Hewett and little Miss ; K Iwiua lefi for Whitehorse this tuorn , in? on the train. I have tnis day appointed Godfrey j Chealander as my aireut to have charge J of my property in Sk airway, real an<i | oersonal, to collect renrsai dother bills i Slipway, Alaska, Mareh 11. l'A'5. House on Seventh avenue and Main s'reet, i artly furnished. Elegant 10x10 bath room. Inquire of Lee Guthr e. Abunt Rhfnaiutiftn Theie *re few diseases that inflict' n-.oie t .rtiue than rheumatism ?no there ; is probably no disease for which such * 1 varied ard useless lot of wraelin have b-eo suggested. To say that it cau be cure 1 is. therelore, a bold statement to make, but Chamberlain's Tarn B Ini. which enjoys an extensive sile, lias me' with (let: success in the treatment of this disease. One application of Pair. \ Balm will relieve the pain and hun- j ? Ircds of s itferers have tcstifi' d to pet manrnt cures by its use. Why suffer when I'ain Balm affords such quirk re bel and costs but a trifle? For sale by iveily IKug Co. Railroad R?*t?arunt Rest meals in town served from fi a m. to 10 p.tu. Tray orders a specialty, 10e. extra. John Williams. Prop. At Wbo'rml* Price The Mascot saloon sells liquors, either bulk or case ?**!* at wholesale *. All the old brands always on Sotlci to PnVtc due me. A. J.Cill ? m. F >r R?nt 10-1-tf. New hair cotuba. belts ana stocks at. Parrisons' Wants SUPPLIED 0nly From n Ful! Stock When in need of any thics in our line before buying, it will pay you to in vestigate our stock at d prices. KELLY &COJ The Old Reliable Druggist mmuwt PtftSONAL MENTION Mrs. J. Crawford, of Haines. wife ol the chief clerk In the office of the ,)uar lerniaster at Fort William II. 8*?ird, arrived in the city on the Peterson to day. Father P. H. Tumell left on the I'eteraon today for Maine*. He will hold aervices at the gymnasium of the Third infantry tomorrow. Georg* K. Howard has accepted a j>o sition in the office of the auditor of the W. P. A Y. It The vacancy wa* caused by the death of S. T. Joaselyn. Mrs. Moog. wife of the explain of the Peterson, and Miss Bookman and Mr*. Geddi*. are in the citv from llainca to) day. Frank H. Bracket! Is a north-bound passenger on the Jefferson due here to morrow. Dau McDonald returned to Bennett this morning, Mrs. (Col ) Woodbury was in the cily todav from Fort William H Seward. Capt- II. A. Jackson was a Skagway passenger on the l'etcrson today Lieut. Gibson and Lieut- Stone were in the city today from Haines. SKAGWAV WEATHER The result of the observation taken at Moore .wharf at midnight, Ap-il 1, liWfi, is as follows: Temperature time of obscrvalion 31! Max. temp, preceding 24 hours I>1 Min. " " " " Mean " " " " Barometer, 30. (VV Calm, cloudy. At Wholesale Price. The Mascot saloon sells lii,uors, either bulk or case goods at wholesale prices. All the olu brands always on hand. lev I tf. Ordinance No. 64 To provide for clearing off sidewalks of snow and ice. The town of Skagwav doe> oruain as follows: All occupant*, owners and agents of J property abutting upon streets Which are provided w ith sidewalks shall keep the -ide?alks in front of their respective properly clear of snow mid ice. It shall be the duty of the town mar- j *h;i! when the condition of any sidewa'k , on account of the accumulation of saow and ice shall In-come a menace to the safety and convenience of pedestrians upon said sidewalk 10 notify the occup ant of the abutting propertv to remote such snow or ioe forthwith. In ease such abutting property is unoccupied, ther the marshal shall notify the owner o' the property to remove such snow or ice. and in case t he property is un occupied and the owner thereof reside* outs.Jf the town of Sitatway, but has ar agent residing tncreon whose duty it is to care for such property, then the town marshal shall notify such agent to the same effect. If any such occupant, ownt r or agent above mentioned shall, after having l>een notified by the town marshal as above provided, refuse 01 neglect to remove such obstruction o! snow or ice within one dav after having received such notice, such occupant owner or agent shall be deemed truilt j of a misdemeanor ant shall upon con viction thereof before the n.ucicipa magistrate be suhj?t to a fine of not less than five or more then twentj-tlve dollars. Passed tne Counc I January lfi th lt' C, Approved January luth HtCi L.S. K i.Li.kk, May or and President of the Council. W. S. McKean, Clerk. | Ordinance \o. 65 An ordinance granting a franchise to the Northwest Light and I'ower Company, a corporation, to construct, operate and maintain an electricvs u m in the town of Skagway, and to charge for light, heat or power fam ished thereby . Be it ordained by the common council of the town of Sksgway: That there be and hereby is granted to Northwest Light & l'owvr Company, j a corporation, a franchise for the term of i firtv (50) years from and after January 1, to construct operate and maintain an electric system in the town of Skag way, for the purpose of furnishing electric current for light, heat ami power, and to that end to enter in ami upon streets, alleys and public places of said town, to erect its |>oles at such place or places as it may see tit, and run its wires aiong such streets, alleys snd public placer, as it may see lit, subject always to the present or future regula tions of the common council of s?id town concerning poles and wirrs for tho transmission of electric current: to f"r nish the Inhabitants of said town or any person who may desire the same with electric current for the production or use of light, heal or power, and to charge compensation therefor. Said company shall have said electric system in op? r.vion within one yes r from the dote of the approval thereof, l'assel the t ouncl! January Itith Approved January ltith l!*Wi L.S.K Ki.r.KK, Mayor and President of the Council. W. S. McK -an, Clerk. flaw Knile at Pack Train The I'ack Train sa'oon has ju,t re ceived 50 new records for its excellent phonograph and th<* largest horn that fin came to Alaska. There will be a grand concert at that j.'ace tonight. The latest sor.gs and the latest instru mental selections will be given. 5PRNIG ANNOUNCEHENT We Are Pleased to Notify Our Patrons That Our NEW SPRING STOCK Is Arriving Daily and We Now Have on Display Attractive Lines of NEW DRESS GOODS, FANCY COLLARS TOILE DE NORD GINGHAMS, BELTS HAND BAGS, NOVELTIES, ETC. ETC. "We have just received a splendid line of N ew Spring Millin e ry To which we invite your inspection B. m. Bcbrctids mcrcatimc Company GEO. BLANCHARD, Mgr. flonogrrms ? rhf above is printed from a Popper Plato engraved hv us and is ? fair sample of the latest style* in mon ograms. We do perfect hand engraving, work that is a pie* sure to you and satisfac tion to ourselves. We have just received the latest de signs in lockets, which when engrav-j od in an artistic manner, are just the j thing. Look in ou: window and see the swell | styles for Kastcr P. E. KERN, Gold ami Silversmith r .? \ AVAWVl\Wtt\WA Mcr Richrn | Commercial Hotel Whilenor?e, Y-T. s first Class in Every I -= ? Way ! European Plan v\\\w\wu\\,\v fc. i I ii Special to Business From i exagway, Haines and Vicinity CREWS & HILLS. ATTORNEYS Will IVactice In All theOourta Juneau - -? A ?sk? Buv Your Coal OF Shaw <& Johnson lR)I?ri*r? of Wellington, 'lady smith* Double Screened *ntl Sacked Prnns)!vania Anthracite K<r?r wjd Chestnut, Hi^hM Gricif Wellington, delivered, per to- >1."? t?r? Anthracite. " 22 110 Phone 109 P. C. Dock The Celebrated Yost... TYPEWRITER TnfKjf beMtiful work uk) oor^_ rtvl alignment. Easy to Operate and Keep in Order Easy to Pay For Thr lifht runninp Yo?! I* unoqualta: j io lightness of loutch. tjuirtoraa of ac-l lion. *iini>Hritr ami durability. It i? ' r*c<<n!i?i as .? MOMaity Id i-be bo* int*s? man* offiee or i b? pro'twtiorn man's study. For particular*. catalocu* ?c., write to Yost Writing Machine Co E.1 M outgoaxry St. Sua Kraoriaoo Ajj?nls for Aiaaka ?r Anplr at tk ? lOflra ???? ????? mhi mil MOORES WHARFCO, t Terminal W. P. ft t. Pvum A Go jt*> Bound Steamer* A-riv# a-d Dope *1 From TH'S REGULATION* im Wairh< ?.'? r i?c fi'r ir. r; o( html mtoSp.m. P: r'-biW** ONLY <Vlir*rr<? .in Satxtay or ?( ni^M 4 A I frfifht p.->' IK 'W.fX <1 MMlbkM MM U kf ? V - v 'Tinii I* o vnilHllKl'J.'wm* pflW i aad mi<?t N? dflirerVd hatera S p B Sr ? rvlfht wtll ba ra * eHvnl oo *h?r( after tM? hrnr. f HA' (1AOE T Ammo m Orannco Bmmmi Owit. If* i rh*rg- for t-*r? an 1 rr 1p? wh?i ltx-h^-kfO ? The ? r?!< -? ' V? cl?v-*?l Vo th.- p?biie afcra ?t vwr I* o?aria? >. k ?nd ? ne >*r +r 1 onir *(if ? rv*icff< Mr? J i??ni barter). 4 Wh<*(?fv Tariff cwa be had ? *(.[> loatioa at ofltce oa <Jnafc. 'm P. O. >x KV C. K WYTTN-JOHUflOK, Gea". Mfr . >???? ?.ta? I'he Leading' Jewe ler iVuoget Jewelry nl All kinds. Indian Curios and Souvenir Spoons. H. D. KIRMSEj The Pioneer Jeweler ? ? -? r -< JW V M) V. n I The Surprised Smile of thorough satisfaction niikn its apprannci on the face of every on- ?rho for the first time tries . RAINIER BEER Th? goo<1n?-*s is there and it makes itself evident. T%t .Ornate Prrmnf MsJtmf C*. TkMH IllWH m. S?MSk. WhM*C*M.