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THE DAILY T30BW ALASKAN
OITV QFP1C1WL PWPER
No. 68 VOL VIII
SKAGWAY, ALASKA THURSDAY, APRIL 20 IW* PRICK 10 CKif IN
Teddy Might Say "60"
Reported that Secretary Hitchcock will
ask President Roosevelt, when he re
turns, to call upon Gov. Brady to re
sign his office.
[Special Dispatch to the l>aily Alaskan.]
Washington, April 20 ? It is reported on good authority that Secretary Hitchcock
will a*k President Roosevelt, as soon ab he shall return to Washington, to call for the res
ignation of (?ov. Brady, of Alaska.
The secretary of the interior is known to Ih' very greatly [ revoked.
scifNiirx opiicu*
COMING ro SkAOHU
On or about April 25 Skagway will
havj a scientific optician, a graduate
from the Chicago Optical College. He
is a nephew of H. D. Kirmse. the pio
neer jewi-ler. in connection with whose
business he will follow his avocation.
Th<?re is no need to hurry in bu.? i tip
your ticket to Seattle in order to git
your eves ti*ed.
New hair comb*. belts ami stocks at,
Harrison*'
Easter flowers
for Sale Cheap
For this week I will s?il beMtiful j
potted plants. in full bloo n. at the fol
lowing remarkably Jow prices: Ka?t?r
lillies f 1 oi?; carnation-.. .??
cents: (reraoiums, jO conts: hyacinth*.
50 c??ts: roses $1 F. H Muir. U
I Pi >ao For Rnt
Good piano. Koquire at Daily _A]a -
kan office. ? 4-1i-.1l
Sprinif tl re*? i*oc*ls. for stiret anu
i party wear, at Harrisons'.
'?HARRISONS'-"
Our Spring Stock of??.
Shirt waists and
Skirts
I Arrived on Jeffer5on
^Phon^^^^^^^Stor^OpeB^venin?s
Keep Youi*
Feet Dry
AND 5AVE DOCTOR'S
BILLS
We Can Fit Your Pocket As Well As
Your Feet
We have them from $2
to $8
?. fi. Clayson Sf Co.
The Oo? Price Clothier
NO LET UP
Chicago Teamsters' Strike
Hrts Xo Eud
(Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.)
Chicaco. April ? -The teamsters'
strike continues, though there is less
disorder thfcn formerly. The police is
able to maintain order without trouole.
There are only minor disturbances in
the business district.
Toe employers are considering tbe
advisability af starting a large warning
and dra\ ing business of their own.
Cnok Valtti
Woman cook wanted. Iiqu re at
this office at once. tf
For R mt
House on Seventh avenue ami Main
street, partly furnished. Klejrant 10*10
both room, inquire of I^ee Guthrie.
ItitiS ! IGC.S! tUGS !
arred Pl> mouth Rocks
ulf Pl\moath Rocks
lack langshans
The Nest G*oeml I'unxwc Fowls
on Karth. Splendid Winter Lay
ers. V.ggs. $1.80 per 13.
Phone 13". Mrs. W. C. MeKeniie
GET JURY
Twelve M?*n Se etcd 'O Try]
Nan Pflitfrson
[S|?ecial Dispatch lo Dai!) Alaskan.)
New York, April 30 -A jury of 12
men has been selected lo try Nan Pat
teraou for lb* murder of (V??r Younp. j
The trial was adjourned until Monday J
when Ihe statement* will he made and !
the in' reduction of iMtimonv begun
The last prrmptory challenge ? as ex
hausted I apt night
It is said the prosecution hat much
new evidence which will be Introduced
at this trial for the first time. Among
the things which it will try to prove is
that the murder is the result of a con
sptracy to swindle Young out of bis for
tune. Mrs. Smith. Nan Patterson's
sister, is also said to be a parly to the
c napiracv.
The jury selected last night is the
third which has been secured in this
case. The first was discharged because
of the illness of one of its members.
The second jury disagreed
Qa Irk Trip ta Fatrk nlr?
J. A. Cameron, deputy c dlector of
internal revenue, made the trip Irora
Kagie to Fairiianks last month in
hours The time is retrarkably fast
and indicative of Ihe possibilities of the
Yukon route to the Xanana.
Vikas Galas tm Nomfc.r*
? i -
The population of the Yukon terri
tory is gaining. Ib March tbere were
11 births reported and six deaths Of
the latter, five were from natural caus
es, There were three weddine*.
I T*ry It *? Sl.oa n Wtsr A 'i
?. p. e.
OVl
Point
Comfort
SUSPENSORY
F\w safety, health and comfort.
No. 2 Midiuin >1 00
No. 3 " 1 ?,
No. ? " 2 00
No. 2 Small 1 00 ,
No. 3 * I !?
No 4 " ? 2 00
No 2 I^arge 1 00
No. 3 " I ?>
No 4 ?? 2 00
Mail orders receive our prompt at
tention.
Kellv A Oo
Haths 25 cents Fine notvelain tubs
at th? Portl nd Iiod ring House, Rooms
25c, Vte. 75c >nd Fifth avenue, o|.
poaite Canadian Hank of Commerce.
P von are out of kindling see K McC
Wes'te. I have it by the sac* or cord.
Phones 90 >>4
Russian fleet At Anchor
Russian ships taking- on coal and under
going- repairs at anchor in French-In
do China ports. Fleets are in two
divisions.
(Special Dispatches to l*aily Alaskan.)
Saigon. Cochin China. April 20? The Russian fleet is stilHn Kamranh bay.
St. Petomlmtg, April 20 ? The Russian Baltic fleet now in the China is in two
divisions. < >ne of them is taking on coal and undenting re|?air? at anchor in Kamranh
l?av. French Indo-China. and the other division i? likewise engaged in Turin hay. some
distance farther noith on the coast.
Jajvanese cruisers and commerce destroyers ha v* captured a >;reat number of Ruwi ?n
collier* and supply ahipi on the coast of Cochin China.
ANOTHER LAND BATTLE EXPECTED
St. Petersburg, April 20 ? It is expected that there will lie fiirhling in Manc huria
again within a short time. The Ja{iam*e have pushed their advance until they hang
close on both the Russian flanks which Uiey are prewaing.
JAPANESE PROTEST TO FRANCE
Paris, April 20? Japan formally protested today against France s allowing the
Russian fleet t<? have anchorage in Kamrahn t*T. The French government has replied
that it is not viotating the laws of neutrality. saying the Russian* are within the tlirw
mile limit.
WATER IS (OH
M HHIIIIIORSt
While the rlnr ftl Whiteborae i* i
open no far a? n*Ttf?llon pnrpoaea ?rf
conferred the ice had M well he firm
ami fwt f'om ahore to ?hore. The
wat*>r I* ao low that none of the rirer
iMmcn would float In It. Il It ?*M
there mutt he t raite of IS Inchea be
fore the boat* of liphtent draught can
be operated.
At a
The be*t bargain er?r offered In
Skafwar Fumi?hed honae. with pi
ano. and eteri thine with whl< h to be
tin housekeeping and lot-, with garden
made and hot hooae p'anted. will I*
aold reiy cheap A*k on i-remlaea.
K even'h avetuie and Main airee'
5 a? If. J N. Wheeler
Cor. Sti >V Bntdv^r. 'Pboo* |
Cigars and Tobacco
Stationery
and Fishing Tackle
?NEWS DEPOT*
New Rooks lust Rec'd
The ^-'-A
Bank
Restaurant
ChM. lVt#mon, l>op.
MEALS. 26c. and UP
Rroariwftf. nw Third At*du*.
We would call our customers attention to
a few items in
Preferred stock
Canned Goods ? * I ,
CORN ON COB. BRUEBERRIES
SPINACH MUSCAT GRAPES :
GOOSEBERRIES. PUMPKIN
SQUASH. ETC.
k Kins vim
Sole Agent Hose ot Ellensburg Butter
The Best That Money Can Buy
GOOD HOUSEKEEPERS say that
G-ALT'S CEYLON TEA, besides being
the best is by far the most economical
tea you can buy. They ought to know.
THE ROSS-HICXHNS CO. Sole Agents, Skagwav and Juneau.
AflER EXCURSION TRADE
for mm)
W. P fe Y. R. and Alaskan Steamship Com
panies Offer Inducements for Excursion
ists to Tarry in Alaska and Oo Inside
Ttw W. F * V. th# at*am>!
iklp nmpintM that *r? nj?'?lfo* or
lh? mm# h?t?n?n P?f?* amfwi torf
KritUh CMnaMl pof? ?*>?) Al??ka ?r?
mukinf ? ?tw?rial effort to imlnf* 'mtr
(at* to rMl Um> north tht? yrar. and to
rttrt*1 Ihrir trlpa Into th? interior
Rpnclal roonrf ?rif?ra*?i h??? hr*n m?V
ll?? ?mr h?m point* ar*l Pa?
?on anH AUfp Inr that imrprwr
An *fT<*rmrnl haa ham entered Into
St vhfrii the ?t??m?hlr ontnpaniaa or
thr W P. A V. R *111 ?H iflM* M
rnraton ttekMa *f'*r Jim* 141 TVf 7 alll
h* good nniil Srptnmhrr In
TV r*t*i tor ?iwti)f? part ir? of |S
or mo rt. not etcordin# 1ft, trill Iw *191
fwk to Atlla and IIW to iu??m Thl?
?ill Inelad* all aviwrtaaa on lh* lrlf?.
H<*rl hilk arxl Km* ktr+. ahm fa
Skactra?. Atlln and ikIht pn<nt? *111
ho included in lM arrriea f'ren >he
MnHtu, *re+f* that m the Hawaon
trip >h* pa?a?nr?r? mint i*y th?ir ???
*H*n tnr rowwtloM
? lih nn th? Ynlron or from
****??.
Th? t<viri?' ? will hm firvn ? trip to
IH^'r (V>?r tnl (*h*r print* of l?
t#n??l in tk# vicinity ?f
T>?y ?i?n ?til N? r??*!?WH ? trip ?|?
Pin* rr**k in tit* Ailin irwl up
tit# Klonilik* cr??lr? front THtunn
In pnr1i~? of ? l?<wr immtiw than II
tit* r?to on f !?? T>n*?nn trt? will b?
pm.
Tn iKo? ?h? ?V?lr? >o ? *k? In hnth
A'lln w<l ?M rn?? l? ?!*>
Th# rirkM* nr? rwd on *7 of tK?
?'??rr?hip lin??. unrf mny ho w?l on*
? ** on on* lift* ?wl )M o?Mr ??; on
?r?Hlv*r !(n?
TV?? nho fV?ir? to remain oror It
Sk?f**T ?fc> ?> hf Mkfnf p*rmi?
??on Mftt by paving tM?ro?n *>Mitinaal
?t|WMM it lw?lt Mtri tor otlwr jmr
r ?**
'Easter
Lillies
$1.00 a piece at
Wm. Britt
Th?
Orujflut
?
Oor Rriw!*iT *nd H,t>h *??

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