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We are Headquarters for
Strictly Fresh
* ?lkn$burg Butter ?
Our Specialty
Fresh Fruit and Vegetables
John Kalem, the (Irocer
So'e A cent for; Reliance Canned Goods
ALL fill ONt
tkattl** Wins Series With
The only material change in the
standins of the baseball sanies since
Friday it in the extent of the lead of
Oak and over Seattle. The latter
loam won all the fames with Oakland
except one and that was a tie yea
tenia; u.oroiog.
Srattlo ??. Onk and
Seattle. July 3 Seattle won one
gan.>> of .iseball Saturday and one Sun
dug 'rum Oakland. The scores were as
Saturday Seattle, 5: Oakland, L
Sunday forenoon ?Seattle, 3; Oak
laud. 3. Afternoon. Seattle, 4: Oak
land, 1.
Two to Out for Loi Aactlu
San Franc; -co, Ju'v 3? San Francisco
defeated 1 o* Angelea at baseball Satur
day, b.,l tost two g.< mes yesterday.
The scores were:
Saturday San t ranci-co, 8: Los An
geles, 2.
Sunday forenoon Los Angeles, 7;
Sao Fra ici?co. 2. Afternoon, 1/ja An
g es. t>: San Francisco, 4.
Tac im i Ulu? *ad Lhci
Portland, July 3 -The home teas
w . a: ou-i bill Saturday an 1 lost Sun
d^;'. The scores were:
?iiturday Por;!acd, Tacoraa, 2.
Surday Tac- tna, 7: t'ortland. I.
Stwadine of th* Vmbi
Woo f.oat Ont
Tacoma 49 31 SOI
San Francisco 30 37 575
Portland 37 39 487
Los Angeles. 43 469
Oakland 35 46 432
Seattle 33 43 427
To i>ur Patrons A 'one the W. P. A Y.
Ofteu, no doubt, you are in need of
something we carry in our well as
son-d stock If so, just drop us a line
on the inbound train and we will give
your request prompt attention. You
will get \our voodson the next outgo
ing train aud we giasantee that you
will be satisfied.
The old reliable druggiata.
With its com pun Ions, heart burn,
'ttule ve. torpidity of the liTer, coost:
, allot, l-alpitttirn of the heart, poor
h ? J, heatlacho and other nervous sym
ptoms, ?? i >w skin, foul tongue, offen
vi- breath and a legion ?f ot.ier ail
ment-. is *t ooce the most widespread
and d*?t-u, five milady among (he
Am*>rt an peoole. The Heibine treat
ment will run' all these tioub'es. 50c
W ?<?<! Wiwm ?r Ulrl
Wanted Woman or girl to wait oo
table. Inquire at KaiUoad t>e*taurant.
Col4?it la Tuva
The coldest beer in town is at the Se
attle saloon. ft 1 if
Kireworks of all kitida at Seattle
prices at Muir's.
P.ek Trali Always L*aia
The I'ack Train *aloon always leads.
It carries only the beat brand* of whig*
kiea. wine-*. beers and all the other
good* to be had at a 'r-st-clavi (jentle
rneu'a reaort. tf
July 'Biiiia/iucs just received at
Ice cream ami sherbets at the Vienna
Bakery. Beat ;n town. 'Phone 36.
All the delicacies of the season at the
Pack Train Keaturant.
Ice cream nm ?herbeta at the Vienna
Bakery. lieat in town. Pho?? 35.
Exclusion Leaves Tonight
On Georgia
Thi Georgia will leave with an ex
cursion for Juneau this evening at 10
o'clock, taking the Skagway baseball
team and a hose team to contest in the
sports at Juneau tomorrow. The ar
rangements for the baseball team were
made this morning by telegraph.
Many leading citizens of Skagway
wilt accompany the excursion. The
Georgia will leave Juneau on the re
turn trip 'omorrow evening arriving
here early W ednesday morning.
The fare for the round trip will be
Selkirk aud Columbian Ar
rive at Wliitfhorsf
Whitehorse, July 3? The Selkirk ar
rived from Dawson at S p my sterday
with 12 passengers. The Columbian
arrived at 11:4 > p. iu. without freight
or passi ugers.
Coming up strea:n. The Whitehorse
sailed from l>a?-sTj yesterday afternoon;
the Canadian was at Yukon Crossing at
I a. m.. and the Bonanxa King at Sel
kirk at 1 a. m.
The Ca-v a sailed Friday evening with
barge and 240 tons of freight. She ar
rived at Dawson yesterday morning.
The Dawson sailed at 3:30 a m. yes
terday with 5 pa?.*engers and 200 tons
of freight. She was at Selwyn at 9 a.m.
The Vlctoriaa is in Dawson.
The Selkirk will sail tonight and the
Canadian Wednesday.
The river is 35 inches above low
Butbtll PUrminl Foot R?e?n
Louts J. Ktucer. ex-champion locg
?listanee foot racer of (Irrmanv and
Hollund, writes, Oct. 2? th, 1901; "Dur
i-JU tnv training of etght week#' foot
race* at Salt l.ske Citv, In April Isst, I
used KalUrd'* Snow Liniment to rav
gre?te?t satisfaction. Therefore1 I
highly recommend Snow Linimant to
*11 who are troth e t with sprains,
bruises or rheumatism."' 25c, 'iQc.fl.OO
tf6 R?v?rd
A reward of *i"> will be paid to any*
one who will identify the person or per
sons who started the fire which ia
sweeping the foresta on the west side of
theSkagwsy river, or who permitted
|ht> same to start H. liarthel.
Snag way, June 26, 1905.
UWT white silk gird'e with white
buckle. Finder leave at thia office.
Hies aad CmI
If you (jet too hot. drop in to the Se
attle and tret cooled off. 6 I tf
In the matter of fixing
the special July, 1906
term of this court at11 Orpkr
Skagway, Alaska.
And now upon consideration it is or
dered that a special term of the above
court be held at Skagway, Alaska, com
mencing on July 24th, 1906. at 2 o'clock
p. tn.
And it further ordered that this or
der be published in the l>aily Alaskan,
a n>wspaper published at skagway,
Alaska, for thirty days prior to the
holding of said term.
Done in Chambers this l?th day of!
Jnne. 190ft.
First publication June 20, 1906
Get your ice creamjat Muir's.
Sk*gM ?y Dc fehts Whitehorae
on the Diamond
Skagway outplayed Whitehorse at
baseball Saturday and Sunday at every
point, winning a came each day with
eaae. The score Saturday waa 11 to 6
in faTor of Skagway and yesten'aj it
waa 10 to 2. The home team had an In
ning to spare in each game.
The Whitehorae team is weaker than
it haa been in moat of the contests with
Skagway, but it would have to be much
stronger than it ia to win when Skag
way plays ball as it did Saturday and
Sunday Considering that it haa not
had any practice since the Victoria Day
game and litUe before that thia season,
the home team showed up in excellent
form. Particularly clean was the play
in; yesterday.
Dr. Nicholson, the regular pitcher of
the Whitehorse team, refused to play
Saturday and William Wright went
into the box. He did very well. Sun
day, Whitehorse borrowed Harragar
from Skagway, but the team was de
feated worse than ever, though Barra
gar struck out 10 men. T, Barry and
R. Gault, of Skagway, also played for
Whitehorse, Sunday. Busam, of the
Third infantry, played for Skagway..
Gault and Phelps made an excellent
battery for Skagway in both games.
Gault struck out 10 men Saturday and
Sunday five men went down before
him. Thoae who did lind the ball sel
dom put it beyond the infield Phelps
let only one ball pass him Saturday and
his vigilence kept the base runners
hugging their bags.
The fielding of Champagne was the
j most sensational feature of the playing,
j He oovered the entire left field and took
| into camp everything that came his
| way.
Skyway played good fast ball at all
point*. The In and outfield* were welt
covered and ihe batting st-ong Of
Skagway 's players O'Brien, Phelps,
B1 an chard and Pinneo were exeemion
al It strong at the bat, and O'Brien at
first was perfect. Mclotyre played in
the field the first time in Ska?av, Sat
urday, and covered himself with glory.
Clarence O'sen tmplred Saturday's
game and H H. Kirmse. Sunday's.
Both gave excellent saisfacton am)
tr.-re w?s little unseemly wrangling.
A sjmmary of the games follows:
I.ine up:
Skagway Position Whitehorse
L Ganlt pitcher Wright
Phelps catcher Siith
E. Barry .... .short stop Askew
O'Brien 1st base Fisher
Barragar 2nd base Ifojle
Blanchard....3rd base. ..Carter andc.f.
i Pinneo left field Champagne
J. Barry center field Gray, 3 K
Mclntyre .right field Russell
| Score by innings:
Skagway 1 2 0 1 0 2 5 0 ?-ll
Whitehorse 1 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0-5
Struck out? By Gault, 10; by Wrl.ht,
Ba?es on balls? Off Gault, 4; Ofl
j Wright, .1.
Hits -SkagTay. 8: Whitehorse, 5.
Error*-- Skagway. 3; Whitehorse, 5.
Home run? O'Brien.
Two base hilt? Phelps and Blanchard,
Earned runs skagway 1; White
hroso; 0.
J Left on bases? Skagway, 4: White
horse, 8.
Passed balls? Phelps, 2: Smith, 2.
Hit by pitcher? Wright, 2: Gault, 2.
Skagway Position Whitehorse
| L. Gault pitcher.. Barragar
Phelps catcher Smith
Mclotyre shortstop Askew
O'Brien 1st base R. Gault
Busam 2nd base Doyle
Blanchard.... 3rd base Wright
Clarence Olsen. left field Champagne
J. Harry center field Gray
Chas. Olsen .... right field . . . . T. Barry
Score by innings:
Skagway 2 1 0 2 0 5 0 0 ?-10
Whiteho-se 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0--2
Struck out? By Barragar, 10 : Gault,
Hits? Skagway, 9: Whitehorse. 0.
Error*- -Skagway, 1; Whitehorse, 4.
Two base hits? Phelps and O'Brien.
Earned runs? Skagway, 1; White
hone, 0.
Passed balls Phelps. 1; Smith, 1.
Bases on balls ? Off Barragar, 9: Off
Gault, 1.
At U? Hunt
Mk Vernon rye a-d Old Belmont
whiskeys, double stamped (goods, at
wholesale prices at the Mascot saloon.
KallrMd Rxtairut
Dest mrals In town served from fi a.
m. to 10 p.m. Tray orders a specialty,
10c. extra.
John Williams, Prop.
Ice oo >1 steins at the Seattle saloon.
Ovster cocktails, Olyttpiaor East ern
at tie Pack Train restaurant.
M uir'a is headquarters for magazine*.
Ice oool steins at the Seattle sal
The New . .
. .Waists
The new Wai'ls we ere fl ciair p thin
season are more elaborate and dressy tha n
ever. All with the new sleeves, and priced
very moderate.
Suits and . .
. . . Skirts
Ladif s Wooltex Suits and Skirts speak
for themselves. We are sole agents
and guarantee every garment A larger
and stronger assortment than ever to
show you.
Ladies Shoes
A new line of our John Kelly shoes just
received in oxtords and high cut shops.
B. M. Behrends Mercantile Co.
Geo. Blanchard, Manager.
Ml 11) Ci <? A'i A1 np thr
Our specialties are docterinc crip- '
ple?! watches, reps rmc and mmuV
turing jewelry. examiuing eye* snd
eritdinc Ien*es to perfection l?on't
fail to bring your work to us as we
puaraniet; yon entire satisfaction.
We have a tine line of watches,
clocks, ailverwaee and jewelry of every
discription, at right prioes.
Skat way S?f? Da posit
No peraon with valuable papers can
a^ord to po without one of our steel
boxes. Access hours are lone (from 9
, a. m to A p. m.), which makes it con
venient. If you will call to inspect we
will be pleased to show you iu conven
Jeweler and Orticlan.
Lank** For Sal*
All kinds of lumber a' Snyder's, tf 1
Got. Mhi-fc Bro?dw*y- 'I'hon* W
Cigars and Tobacco
Stationery i
and Fishing Tackle
New Books Just Rec'd
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Mr. an 1 Mrt. Andrew Oliilberjr, of
Seattle, arri ,-ed on the CHj of Seattle
aod left on the train thia moral up for
Nome. They are toorlnp A'a?ka for
pleasure. Mr. ChUber* i* prealdeot of
the Scandinavian-American hank, of
Seattle, and b<* l? interested In Alaska.
Mlaa Velina Garrey, daughter of Ca
nadian < ustomv Agent K. A Oarrey, of
this city, arrired on the City of Seattle
and it rlaitinr her father at the Fifth
A rente hotel.
Mr?. K. R. Wurtbaeher returned on
the City of 8eattle from Juneau where
she wax the euest of Mrs A. S. Dan
trick, formerly of Skaffway. for aeeeral
H. A. Hiirelow.ihe Whitehorae ne??- ;
dealer, arrired on the excursion train j
Saturday and left for a ahort bwineas '
Ttait to Seattle on the City of Seattle. I
H. U Johnson and h:? daughter, Mlaa
Le'a John-on, lefl on the City of Seat
tle to a(>end the Ktenrth cf July at J?- 1
neau .
Miat Myrtle Turner, of Wh'tehouaa, I
arrived on the City of Seattle and left |
for home on the train thii morn in*.
Miat Tug well, of Ijtg Cabin, spent |
Saturday and Sunday in Skagwav.
John Kalem left for Kairbanks on tbe|
train thia mornirf.
Firework* of all kind* at Seattle |
price* at Muir'a.
Mod' !-? R-p?ir Shop fw? Ha|w>r
C. H Turner, an expert machinist,
ha* Opened a repair ?hop In the -niilJ
ln<r at the corner of fourth itrmif MX*
Broadway, o|>po*ite K. H OhfHn A
IV). He will repair music bose*. plioo
ocr?ph* cmIi re* inter*. typewriter*,
sit* machine* and bicycle* Sat i*f ac
tion puaranteed. Try Mm. ? R tf
Bfcw??-*r Uiitirr
F\y flrat-clwa work try Kkafwa?
(.auodry. Twenty-flr* year*' ?*perf
telephone W -
TtniliM *. P. * Y. DnM
Al' South Bound Staamar* Arrive ? ?* Oaoart Fran* TMi Drafc
Wiirr honor# nprn tor dallrary af wrehwdiw trim *ia.tolf?
JV-iuhr W?a ONLY iWirwwl fa Hangar or at n fht
A i frrifht ?hipmonta dratJiiod ?.>Tith Sound max be mmmMM I
Shiitm's MAirirWT i paper* ran ha ohtataH at the DC A mmtdm
office) aad maai he deli rrrwd before tf A Ho frat^l trill he re
ceived on wharf afler Uti* hoar.
RAOGAGft Toll* will be ?on*ev?1 m 0*r?m> fUooaoc Owi r Ha
charf* for (*<r? ami rrip* wkea awchecked.
Tba wharf e?tr will he eiwd lo tb- public wMi Hi'?a>r la rearlaf
dork and will b? opeaed owly whra iaaa?wfira hare jwnlarM,
Wbertare Tariff can ha had oa ipalletloa at nffiaa aa daek.
r o.BnlH C.K. WYftff-JOflffaOff. OaalVf*
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and It frvaranttwi aMlafarUoa t(
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