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JO*?,W, TROT. KWTOH town k mnwtt, ? ? pr*usra*a scwcRtrrios ratw On wwk. delivered I t arrlev OMBMMh. h J mill Tlrsa Bonlh*. hy ma'l ?1i MatlMt.br rnul OMfNr.hfmll CMWDIIO OUT COK ICR V ATISM The St. Paul Glob*. the only demo cratic dally paper In Minnesota's capi tal. will retire from business May I, after a continuous publication tor 13 ;Mrt The Globe hu I *00 a very able paper. but U hit h*?l a hard row to hop. It la not la Union with pi' bile sentiment to IU field. It (a owned, supposedly, by Jim Hill ami haa always supported the Cleveland or conservative wing of the democratic party Simon purr democrat* art- not over numerous In Mlnnsaota ami those they have there are foliow^r* of Bryan and HryanUm rather than Cleveland an>l Cleveland lam In IfttW the Glob* supported Mo Klnley ami It toutMl a following among republicans This support helped Its circulation materially because the Trl buna. Journal an>l other republican pa l>ers in St Paul an>l Minneapolis sup imrte.1 liryan. forfeiting many republi can rentiers thereby who went to the Globe. When Roosevelt capMred the republican party, the G'ohe tried to lead Ita conservative support to the democrat to party ami Parker. The de feat of Parker ami the aacendenoy of the Bryan and Johnson brand of democ racy m Minnesota and the popularity of Rooaeveltan repu' llcanism In the republican party there frft the old Globe without a very numerous clien tele. The fate of the Globe recalls the oomplaint that is being made by many ao-called oooservative democratic pa pers thai with Bryan ag?in the ac knowledged democratic leader they hare do political home. As long at the republican party was l*ad by McKinley aid Hacna they could support it as the choice of evila. but the strenuous lead ership of KooeeTelt is looked upon by fien as more unsatisfactory rhan that of Bryan. While the internal policy of the latter is radical his foreign pol io* is ultra cocservative, but Uooserelt wens to believe in strenuoaity both at home and abroe I Tho ultra conserv ative ia being crowded out. All aigns roiot to a rearrangement of politioal partiea in the Pnited States within the uext decade. The retire ment of the Globe is one of thoa>' signs. William J. Bryan has been elected preaident. He is at the head of the Nebraska Hditorial Association. . .? ? 50 SCO Ikscwsy LsssSry For tirst-clses work trv Skagwav Laundrv Twenty-Ove years' experi ence. Te'.ephooe 89. tf IU?a?tle P?l? Qmlck j Ralltv. d The excruciating pains charac>rii? tic of rheurasiUra and sciatica are quickly relieved bv app'ving Chamber lain'* Pain Balm. The great pain re lieving power of the liniment has been the lurpriir and delight of tbou-ar.ds of sufferers The quick relief from pain which it affords is alone worth many time* itt cost. For sale by Kelly Drug Co. At WkoltMl* Pric The Mascot saloon sells lienors, either bulk or case goods at wholesale All the old brands always on B?ll? rl'l Hortknail It'?P Immediately relieves hoarse, croupy cough, oppressed , rattling, ranpiog and difficult breathing. Henry C- Steams, IVuggnt. Shulisburg, Wis., w-ite*. Mar 30, 1901: "I have been selling Ballard's H ore hound Syrup for two years, and have never bad a prepara tion that baa given better satisfaction, I notice that when 1 sell a bottle they raise back for more. I can honestly recommend it." 25c, 50c, $1 00 For sale by Kelly Drug Co. F. R. ALLEY. CUSTOMS BROKER BILLS OF SALE, DEEDS and othtr instruments Id writing. OFFICE: VANCOUVER HOTEL 10-I-tf. Whitehone, Y. T. Commissioner for Taking Affidavits LAST ONE i Literary Knd Dr bating So ciety ?o Cl<w S-as.m rh? laat meeting of the Skagway Lit ernry ami IVIvUlng society for ihe season will lake place at the lYeahyter Ian church Friday night- An elaborate program has been arranged and Ita renditoo will begin at 8 o'clock sharp. The feature of the evening will be a lecture on the great Napolean by K, J. Shaw. Mr. Shaw haa marie a careful study of the allent v 'orslcan subaltern whose wool became the supreme law with the French when that ptoplt wan In the icnl h of Ita glory ami Influence and whoae armiea conquered half the world. Mia lecture will be interesting ami instructive. The remainder of the program fol lows. 1 song Mra. C. K. Olewn i Violin Solo K. M Mclntyre limitation Mra II. T. Hayward ,SWC Mra, N. U Harrison Keel t at 'on Misa Klanor lieelle >00,; .Misa Isabella Sielo Kocitatton ft N- Hukill Song Misa Virginia Stirera fliRMHN Off fOU ]k\\H\ C. B. Haraden, manager of the Roa* Higgina Company, left on the train this morning for WhltehorM ami Lower Ij?!v?rge from where he will pro cet>ed to Fairbanks with the opening of the river. He exp?-cta to be among the first of thoae to reach the Tanana met ropolis with goods this year. He 'a taking in a large stock and Ms house will have more than t.10,000 invested before he shall have reachcd hit desti na ion. Mr. Haraden expecta to return lo Skagwav in the summer, probably in July. During hia absence Wal'er F. Hopkins will ha\ 'Charge of the Hoes llik'giue store at thit place. V?1 Cl?r? ?l Summit HfMn A letter from Seattle aays Mr. a: d Mrs J R Van Cleve, formerly of Sk*p way, have taken up quarters at the Summit, one of the swell places of the Queen City, where they will remain for a few wtoVs belore iroin^ to Seward. Prtr c The Prioefsa May sailed at JklS o'clock yesterday evening with 12 pas sengers for the south. THE REAL TEST Of HtrflrMr la Im Initial It ? Tk?r> OKk Trial. Tbers la only one test by which to judge of the efficiency of any article an.l that Is fcy Its ability to do that which It Is Intended to do Many hair vtgers may look nice and smell nice, i but the point is? do they eradicate Dan druff and stop falling hair? No. they do not. but Herpldde does, ?ocanse it roes to the root of the evil mil kills the KTin that attacks the i -spllla from whence the hair sets Its f etters from prominent people every* .?re are dally proving that Newbro'a lerpiclde stands the "test of use " It Is a delightful dressing. clear, pur* ind free from oil or grease. Sold bv !>>adlnir druggists. Send l>e. in ?fimps for sample to The Herplclde Co*, j Detroit. Mich. I Wm. Britt, Special Agent. "A Night In Bohemia " HEALTH IS YOCTH D Imi- mad Sick a ? *a Brim* Old Ac* Herbine, taken every morning before breakfast, will keep you in rcbust health, tit you to ward off disease. It cures constipation, biiliousness, dyspep sia, fever, skin, hives and kidm y com piainti>. It purifies the b'ood and clears the complexion. Mrs. L?. W. Smith, Whitney, Texas, writes April 3, 1902: I ?, have used Herblne, and find it the ! best medicine for con?tipation and liver troubles. It doea all you claim for it. I can highly recommend it," .V*cts ? bottle, For sale by Kelly Drug Co. Not lea of Stock holder*' Maatiac Office of Knginrer Mining C". T > the stockholders of The Kcgtneer Ming Company: 1 lea e t*?e notice that the annual meeting of the stockoolders of The En gineer Mining Company will be hekl at 1 the otfcce of the company, in the city ol 'Ski|tway,Matoict of Alaska, on Toe? i lav the 25th day of April, 1905, at 10 | o'clock a. ?., lot the purpose of electing a I oard of directors, for the further and specific purpose of deciding whether or nort *he property of The Engineer Min ing O taipany of Skagwat. Alaska, be trans'erre 1 to Engineer M'ntng Com pany of Seattle, Washington, and fo> th ? transaction of such other business as may properly coote before the meeting. The stock trans er book ol the companv will be c'oeed on Saturday the 2*d day of April, 1905, at 6 p m. and will remain closed nntil Wednesday the 26th day of April, 1905, at 10 p'clock a. m. By Otder of the Board of P.rectora. H B. Le Pevre, Secretary. DaUd March 24, 1905. A DOUBLE APPOINTMENT (ONUHl) -Mabel r "Edlthr "Who #w would expert to meet r?* 6ei* In I -on. Ion ?" "I am li much surprised at meeting you." "1 Rot your wedding carda that was "J months ago but tnpiywiM you tool To nr miWInn trip to the nomli." "We did. I came here with mot hot ?I* *wk? ago. My liuabaiKl con kin leave at the time, ami the doctor aaid mother mast go away at once. But. come, let us alt down. Sightseeing ? aueh tlreaomc work, and thla gallcn i* Interminable Now we can talk mor. (WiAirtiil)!]:.'' "When la your husband coming?" "Thla morning. but be I* obliged t. ?o on Immediately to Paris. He w rot. me to meet him la-re Hnw to the ata tlon 1 am expecting him now " "You've no Klea how surprised I wa* at your being married after all onr talka on matrimony, The last word you said to me the day W* 1.11 col leg. waa 'never.' I hnd told you that you would take a huslwml within a year." "And you were quite ready to take one *? noon aa you altould meet vour Ideal.'' "Yea; I had mor* confidence In tin than you. I truat men more than worn Ml." "And I ant atlll of my former opln Ion that men are not to he truatod at all. Hut I don't blame them. It twn't their ??tniv to Ih> Hot down to on* woman. ? "How al<out your husband?" "I don't expert too much of him." "Am! are you satisfied with such want of confldonov?" "What ru I do?" "You could have adhered to your resolution never to marry." "Am! been a aour old maid. No, I thank you That waa a college girl'a talk I didn't mean it." "Rut what proapavf of happiness have you w ith a man you can't trust?" "I give him free rein. Ity and by lie will tire of everyl>ody but me and our children- when we get them. Then he'll want to a|<ond hia evening* toast In* hia ahlB< before a lire at homo. Companionship In better tlian a blight ed romance." "Oh. Mabel: Why did you not take ? professorship of philosophy at col lege? It would have suited you letter than marriage." "But I am ootitcnt with marriage. I I don't expect what I have mi right to ex|?eot and shall not be dis:ip|>oint<xl j But you, Kdith have you found vour Idea I ?" "Yea." "Engng?>d?" "Not yet. I only met him a w?vk ago' "Where r "l>n the atcamer coming over." "Ami you expect liiui" ? - "To pm|>oae. I am sntv of it. He 1* to meet me here thia morning and has at id that he ahall have aoinctUing very Important to say to me." "But I should think yon would pre fer to bear It In a less public place." "Oh, no. There la a spice at>out thla affair, nothing cut and dried We met as travelers and will lie engaged aa alghtseers " "lA>k out, my dear, lest you are di vorced homeward bound." "I ahall not be disappointed, nor will you w hen you see hia frank, open face and hia honest smile. But why can't I Introduce him to you here?" "You can unless he happens to come at the aarac time as my huslutnd. In that caw I shall be occupied." "What time do you expect him?" "At II. Hia train arrives a few mla utea before 11, ami he leaves at 11 30." "My appointment Is for a quarter past 11. I fear we should clash." "I would not for the world Interfere with your expected happiness." "Think, dear, what a pros|>ect Is be fore us! We arc to spend a week In London and shall make up a party for the continent to go to the south of Prance and from there to Italy." "At* you going to keep him by yon with ckaln and collar?" "You are incorrigible." "Well, Mabel. I'm delighted at your prospect of happiness. I hope for vour sake it will be fulfilled." "The clock Is striking 11. You will aoou see your husband that Is. dear. If the train la on time. It may be a little late, you know." "Or my beloved may spend some time putting a fair traveling companion intc a cab, chatting with her ami holding her hand before aendlng her away." "Doubter:" "You any 11 JO Is the time for -your meeting?" "Eleven fifteen." "I hope for your sake he'll be on time. You're all In a flutter." "Nonsense. I'm perfectly cool " "There he comes." "The gentleman with the umbrella? "No: the one with the suit ease." "Heavens"' Oh, Theodore, I'm ao glad y.m'vf come In time: 1 want to Introduce yew" "No occasion, my dear I mot your friend on the steamer and appointed thia meeting with her and y<n: thai you should know each other. But how did you come together?" "Theodore, you're a villain: Your companion du voyage and I arc collet classmates." "Good. I'm off for Paris ami w ill i*. turn next week. Then I will make up ? party to visit the continent." "Mabel, you see"? "SMith. wnat a brain you hav*r* I *ARY C. WILLIAMS. SPECIAL ! Clothing SaleThis Week Men's Suits. $9 $10. $12.50. $13.60 M.CONWAY M%\%Vi V\X\* ?.x . VWWMWWWWWW I Have You Seen Those New Steel JH>rinif Couches That you can t;irn into a com fortable bed in an instant. They easy to adjust absolutely un breakable and will make any ; size bed wanted - A SPLENDID COUCH AND BEST BED MADE } To Introduce Them In Nknc?Av we will *ell ihem g At Cost This Week j | E.R. PEOPLES? THE HOUSE FURNISHER Pacific Coast S.S. Co. PIONEER ALASKA LINE. SPEED, SAFETY, COMCOR1 SofttU*. tamri, flan Yrmnclm mm) ViIWi CilM TWO ts t. MAI I. SlMimm Tlit? Cowpwiy I *?r? COTTAGE CITY. ? Due April 29 VH VtetnH* *aH m>k? HUMBOLDT. ? April 27 CITY OF SEATTLE ? April 21, May 2 Via Vinrrmy?r Above ??*)*>? ?> WHIwwm Nnw. E A MUdPHY.AftM, Ph?MS0 C. 0. 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Rimmb spaciom cx.rB room , | ~~~~ ! The Board of Trade j J IKE GUTHR1K Proprietor t i Lanrwt nod R?*t Appointed Report for GfnUomi n ? to the North VV.V.V.V?V.V.V*W?V?,,?W% ViV.V.'AV.WWW I PANTHEON | John (iagr, Mrr. Fine Wines Liquors and Cigars 5 WUkWWW^VWAW**, WW* W WMmMWWWWI = Patronize ^ Home = Industry? If Not You Should l)o So B.v Drinking Skagway Beer Our Bottled Rwr 1>oIt $2.00 psrdoxrD. t*ict*b?W on boitlr* PORTER Mam:' .dure i EqpeelftNr for Hospital and Family Phone Brew erj 40. Residence.. 38 Mr j and Li.e INSURANCE Real Estate Financial Agent Phil Abrahams M4 FOURTH AYR., SK?G *AY 1 JUNEAU S. S. CO'S. EL.ECTUIC LIGHTED 8TEVM h bated steam ek GEORGM Ctrrr'nt O. ?. Mall For Haire*. Rornei * lUy, Juneau, Roonah Tfn?kr? Sitka ami Way port* SAILS April. 6. 12. 18, 24. 30 At 8 a. m. W. W. BorGHTOK, A pent j Hroailw&j and Fifth Are. Phone ? j Se?tUe, Wa?hinjrton ? Manufacturer* o' ? COTTON FISHNET j TING ? Of Erery Paacription ? The only plant of thi* nature on the coast Write for 1'iioea. ? Corrrspon<l<?oce solicited. 312-lir. 3d At., Seattle. _____ OOm Houit: From 10 to 1J *. m., t lo 4 mm) " to 9 p. n? J. A. BAUGHMAN, M. D. Offloe in OM Citr Ball Thp* Poor* Kul of BrltU rhtrmwi Oytter wcKtJiu*, Olvtt ,?>)? or Emm I it vke Pack Train nwtaur.nl Headquarters for Yukon Travellers i ? is? Totem JACK PHKt.l*S, IVo*. ne Wines, Liquors and Cigars 10 ####### ?##?# 00, ^0 00^ ^4 %0 The Surprised Smile of thorough satisfaction makes its appearance on the face of every oik who foe the first time tries RAINIER BEER The joorfntu is there and it make* itself evident. 7V .Wfr fhiwtmf .V?Ny C*. "A Night in Bohemia."