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Secretary Refnses Bids for Alaskan Schools Secretary Ultchcock reject?l the bid* for the construction of school houae* in Alaska, which were submitted in ac cordance with advertisements pub lished in th_> Daily Alaskan and other papers He regarded them as too high. The list of school l.ouses to be I ullt has been revised. Buildings will be erected at Wrangell, Halnea Jackson and Killisnoo. There is **.000 avail able for these buildings. The idea of erecting building* in ex treme Northern Alaska by oootraci at this time has been abandoned. They will be built later by the commisalooer of education. Sheldon Jack*?. Liaktr hrJ?Mi Mia* The mill is now cutting an order of 750,000 feet of lumber for the Alaska Wrseverence mine, in Silver Bow basin, near . iit>aa, and we understand this order is likely to be only a starter. Wrangell Sentinel. Fir>t>i>t Work ia Dswms An attempt was made tr burn the Standard theatre at Pawson last week. A fire was started In the building after a generous u?e of ooal oil. The adjoining building, the Audi torium. wsa packed with people in at tendance upon an amateur production. Lively Stuns Far J n warn The way work is picking up and the number of mining properties that are get tire ready for work ought to make the liveliest season Juneau hss ever had With the amount of snow on the mountains there is a prvapect of a long and steady season. Juneau Becord Miner. "A Night in Bohemia." Ice cream and sherbets at the Vienna Bakery, Best in town. 'Phone 35. Baths 25 c?-nts. Fine porcelain tubs at the IVrtl -|>d Lad ring House, Iioom? 25c. 50c, 75c 'ml ? Fifth avenue, ot. poaue Canadian Bank of Commerce. SKAGWAY WEATHER The result of the observation taker at .Moor* wharf at midnight, May 4 1906, it aa follows: remperature time of observation . . .4," Max. temp, preceding 24 hours .V Mln " " " " 41 Mean " " " " *' Barometer. 25*. 76. South wind, cloudy. TtSTED m PROVfN Tk rakaHta? ?f Sol.co t? B.ta* AM* to D*??ad Upon ? Wall E^raod R. pataMoa Fbr months Alsska readers hare s*ec the cons'ant expression of praise fot Doan'a Kidney l^lls. and read about thf good work they have done in this local i'.y. Not another remedy ever pro duced such convincing proof of merit. J. W. Strong, a retired veteran ol 506 Ohio street, Bellingham. Wash., ! Bays: "rp to three years a*o T ha<i I never suffered any form of kidney com j plaint. About that time I moved u( j the Columbia river to Whatcom T*ake and three months after locating there 1 began to notice symptoms of kidney | trouble. The first was a dull aching pain across the back and which finally got so bad that I was unable to get on; of the house at all. t'hangesof |io?ii ops I were accompanied with severe twinges i of patn and the kidney secret ions wert dark in color, and contained a heavy sediment and passing was accompanied ! with pain. I think all this trouble was l brought on by drinking impure watet j while living at Whatcom take. How ever true this raav be I procured a bo* I of Ooan's Kidney 'Pills, took them rc cording to directions and was complete ly cum! of my trounle. About a montli ago 1 had a severe attack of the grir and was aft aid this would bring on the kidney trouble again but there has beer no symptoms of a recurrence I am i satisfied that the cure is permanent." , For sale by all dealers. Price ,i?i cents a box. Ftaater- Mil burn Co.. Buffalo, N Y.. sole agents for thel'nited Mates. Remember the name? Ooan's atxl take no substitute. The best of chocolates sod bon-bon* at Muir.s. Par R at Rouse on Seventh avenue and Mai r street, partly furnished. Klegant 10xH bsth room. Inquire of Lee Outh-ie Railroad R"?tanr??t Best meals in town served from t> s m to 10 p.m. Tray orders a specialty 10c. extra. John Williams, Prop Co to Muir's for candy. "A Night i' Bohemia." [ON FitMBOLDI ? < ! Coart Officials Will Be Dae Snnday Judge R. A. Gunnison and the other officers of the district oourt will be |due to arrive at Skagway Sunday on the ! Humboldt. The court has been in ses sion at Ketchikan since a week ago las'. M onlay. The most important case tried down there was the Ball murder . cas?. When the Dolphin was at Ket i chikan all the evidence was in exoept - the testimony of the defendant and he was cn the stand. : GOOD WORDS V.M?z i\?per Pays Tribute to fiOT. Swisford (Valde* New*) F.x-Governor Swin'ord has retired from the Alaska journalistic field hav ing sold his naper, the Ketchikan Journal to Wyatt anil Ooutant, of , Juneau. The retirement of Gov. Swine i ford froir active newspaper work is a distinct loss to the profession and to Alaska, l'robably no single individual in the district has exerted a greater effort to right Alaska's wrongs or to ! bring the oountry to the front than the ex-governor. Roth by word of the mouth and with his facile pen has he 1 fearlessly declared his opinions and beliefs, and that they were wise ones even those who were opposed to his views are now forced to adroit. While his advancing years have made it ad 1 viable for him to give up active news paper work it is to be hoped that more of his writings will appear in print from time to rose. Sk>(<r*T L??s?rj For ft r?t -class work trv Skagway laundry. Twenty-live years' experi ence. Telephone 89. tf All the delicacies of the season at the Pack Train llesturant. Calendars for iqo6 (Ue will call upon you soon CUnh a Compute Assortment of * I9Q6 Calendars * m Prices Chat mill Save You money The Daily Alaskan Job Office, TELEPHONE, 19 A N I G H T I N B 0 H E n I A ELKS' HALL, MAY 6. Your Seats Reserved At Kelly's Elwtrir HuM|i Tt*ii The Principal Rarbe r Shop haa ?e cured the (ft-eat C?rpenter Vibrator, and it prepared to (fire the beat elae trie muwHCP ireatir.ent that ewer I>m been derived. They are an abaolut* cure for headache. rheumatlarn Mid other disorder*, improve the circula tion and five nervoua atrenfth. We hare private room* for ladiea Princi pal Bm her Shop. "A Night In Nohemia." Get reserved aeaia for "A Night In Bohemia" at Kelly'a. The Pantheon hootblack make* your ?hoea look like a nigger'* heel. Try him. he is an expert. * At Wktlmli Pit cm The Mascot saloon aella liooora, either bulk or caae (food* at wholesale price*. All the old brand* alwaya on hand. 10-l-tf. ? Any Kind of Chewing Tobacco at 10c a CUT | and we will aell everything cheap 1 > that* in the More ? i ; Pipes, 5c and Up : ; Don't Forget the Number 428 BROADWAY, Vboo* 52 ' Tony Dortero Comfortable Beds Dining Ro?.m In Connection HOTEL PIONEER l?f BnlMInf WHITEHORSE, Y.T. N?*r Province, F>n?? Rirwt Pete McMillan, Proprietor I he leading Hotel Windsor Hotel m Opposite Depot Whitehorse, Y.T. P. MrMillinn,] Prop. -Garibaci Hotel Caribou Crossing j A Strictly ? Dining lUxim in ( 'onnf<ction - Choicest Wine*, Liquors A 01r*r* R J. Britain. M*r. Canadian Paeifie Ry. Co. Mreo* Bsrrtot, Ifo lMorm*dl*to Call, M Vancouver Victoria TV*n?f?rr1nf to Seattle ' _ i No Cstr* Chmrr* Mm May 5 klllif *lt p. m. FV Spord. Oowtorv Borrlc# u?d Appointment Thmt Twin 8cr*w Svoamrrvrtnnot be Rqg*U?1 For, Information Writ* or Apply to B. EDO** . AtU IIAGVAT MMNNWlwn r, Vancouver j Hotels. 1 Whtlefcww. T.l y B k<oa*, rw?. Good St?bf>?g Eor Hortti lUfarniAed Tbroeelwek Flm (1m In f-rrry HoyM> r?fr |n u>< Vorth??rt RWH%?W.?WH ROYAL i ?Steam Laandry* M Wort r>?r?nt?*A Short Order* Promptly TW_ MtOHt j*. Mwiftr Will ? *n iM Jriim Baths In CoonectlM rrint? R>wmm for I STEAM HEATED. H?WVW> I Finely Furni*h*d Room* Klrctrtc Lighted Thrcrof hoai IDE IMPERIAL ItOTIL oao w. mm*, mor. AMERICAN PLAN FVoot 8t Sooth P.O., Wili?hnm.YiT Raw Furs.... WK PAY High Prices for fine furs Write For Prto* I-wt Percey's Fur House Othknah Wtaeonain When In Haines Hkf M Ik* Hotel Northern J. O. Morrim. I'mn Restaurant In BoildiiQ UNION PljrJur ami R>hM Leaves Ska^way at 9 a. m. Sharp K.r?TT Mnrfiv, WMtwetty eed Kridi; Arrivinr M M 11:3ft ft. is. fta nm at 1 p. ?. Maffl# far* tlJfV *r*\ G'rmtit The WhitePass & Yukon Route T1MK TAHLK ? 1.1 (Dai. j Rtoept No. t. ? FW.d iMfclM*. Ut eUw t* telM* ? SOftln. l.V. SKANUAY AH ? X>v m. A P. ? 111. ? J?-}" " WHTTK PAW ' J" ' " I ?? " 11 4A " " IvOOCAmi* J 10 ? 1 00 " 1??(P;" ' B,tJlf,,KTT I *}*? " !????. 110 M " CARIBOU ? I! " I* C w 4 M - AR WmT* Home LV ? *> " LV, " 7 ? ? ? P?*?npcr? n?N b# ftl lo lime to h?? t ?<f* ' wiwWd iri checked. 1 nnwvlofi in Hopped 10 tain of-* hefo*? i?*t ir.p wine of trti*. 1W rtraadu of hMMf' mil be .-tw k?xl fr?e m h *?<"h fill fM* U?k?, nid 7# po?nd? with each half f?r? tVk< t ?>iisrsrertrsrtr? ? Wjs>;rWir.>... .>*??. ? ......... ... mi ; The Idaho Liquor House IOORR*R rami) AND HKOADWAY, The Pioneer Family Liquor Store of Skagwev rsTABustiF.n i*rr Direct Importer* nt FnrHfrn Mni WINES. LIQUORS AND CIGAR8 AGRjrrs por I.KMI*S and RKAGWAV RRKWERVS BOTTl,*D HF.KK PrlrM# TUrtm* F tor Ftnilte* Aft?BUoato Od^n Kr Fm>Hj 0?#. M ? ? ? . , ?? > While Pass & rukon Route Navigation on the Yukon River and Lakes Should Open About June 1 Passengers and Freight For ATLIN, DAWSON, CHENA and FAIRBANKS And Other River Points Will Be Taken Through via An Up-to Date Rail and Steamboat Line Finely AppointedTrains Daily Except Sunday Between Skag* wav and Whitehorse Carry Passengers Baggage. Mail and Express M. J. B. WHITE, G.FJA P.A. A R NBWlT,l* V. P. AO. M. R^D. PINNro, tab O. F.fA^. A. VuMmr. R fL V?riY>\iv?r. B. C. Ai?* ?