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Strictly Fresh * Oensburg Butter ? Our Specialty COFFEE AND TEH fresh fruit and Vegetables John Kalem, the Grocer AflMI fcr R?li ? Qft? t Goods TWIN KICKS Dawson Fighter Debit's Kel ly's Claim to Cbtmpionship "Twin" Snllivan who si^ns himself "Tbe Fighting Irishman of Boston.'' writes the sporting editor of th? Seattle Times from Oswsoc. under date of J one 30. w ask Tommy Ryan ?bw be meant by handing over ihu t.tle of middle weight champions many time ' rwm" take his pec in a snarled fiat to write "1 see by your paper that Totnmv Kyac is going to hand the middleweight championship orer to Hsgo Kelly. 1 would likw to know how many times Kyan is going 'i give that title awai. He rare It to Kelly about nine months ago. and 1 heat Kelly in Kansas City in twenty rounds, and 1 will bet IW that "1 can boat him affair, or in fact, any lH-pound man in the world." TROUBLE Everybody Has His <??? Tronbles i If a right remedy is secun-d trou bis of the worst kind oould be relieved. Eyes have troubles like all other thing*. When in nerd of nfht treat Mat drop into our store and hare your eyes examined by the latest improved optical it. strumpets and ret a pair of ?yc glasses ground that will relieve all strain* and make your eyesight per feet. Vmt Owl \Vaich--s and clocks need attending to when cut of trim. Watches and clocks wear out like all machinery if not at tended to when they need attention Bring your watcbe*. clocks and jewelr\ to our store and you can get first class work done very reatonably Kverj piece of work turned out of our store i> perfect and satisfaction is gauranteed Watches, jewelry and sllvfrwareat low prices. Don't fail to secure one of thf steel safe deposit boxes as i ts proof ?ga nst ?re or burglary Its convenience will oonvincw ycu>f its value. J. 1KUTA. ?Jeweler and 0| ticiao fl Meat . The FVye-Bruhn Oft. keen all kinds Of fresh meat constantly on hand, tf LOST LOOT white silk gird>e with white buckle. Kinder leave at this oflW. Balslsr Been ~ Rainier beer* by the dosen ?wttle.^ tt SO. at the Masc.v sa>ooo. rer coeataila, Olytr piaor Eastern l^aek Train restaurs nV. Cor. SU? A Krofclm ?\ ?l*hoo? 90 j Cigars and Tobacco Stationery and Fishing Tackle ?NEWS DEPOT* New looks Jast Rec'd PERSONAL MENTION William E- Phillips. appointed chief clerk in the railway mail srrvioe at Eagle, Alaska. relieving J- S. Roberta, who hu K*?s located there tor two years. left on today'* ttain tor h i new new post. Mr. Phillips has been in Ska? way several day*. W. J. Hills, of the law firm of Craws A Hills formerly clerk of the United Stawa district court, arrived from Juneau on the City of Seaule vest* rday and will return on tha Georgia tomor Miss Harriet Csm bas beer, employed to teach xchool at Haines for the next term The school district there was recently organized Depury Marshal H. L. Johnson and his daughter. M iss Lela Johnson, re turned on the |City of Seattle from a short trip to J uneaa. Mr. and Mrs E. F. Pitman spent Saturday ami Sunday in Skagway. They returned to White Pass this morning. John C- Campbell, deputy United Slates marshal at Si-ka. * m a Sitka ?xmm' ;?assenger on the City of Seattle. Mrs. Woodbury and Mrs. fOapt.) Smith were in Skagway from Fort William H. Seward today. H. R Ducn returned on the City of Seattle from Juneau. Harry Makme. of Claro & Company, of luneau is at the Fifth Avenue hotel. . Dr. J. P. Brawand returned from | Juneau on the City of Seattle. . Off 10 ATLIN TOMORROW n. S Prescott, sraixl lecturer for the Masonic lodge of the Washington juris diction, and Mrs. t>escott will leave tomorrow morning for AUin. They ' wil. visit that camp Wednesday and | Thursday, returning to Skagway Frt da*. They will leave oo U e Jefferson tor the south. Mr. and Mrs. Preecott i have just returned from a vi>it to Daw son They also spent several days in the vicinity of Juneau. Saturday they visited Denver glacier. Mr. Prescott is now an enthuaiaat for Alaska. He says the trip to Denver glacier is all that was required to make the trip complete. That, he thinks, the grandest glacier in Alaska. "I have never read a descrip'ioa of a giacier." said he. "that does half justice to Denver." M ASSOCIATION HILL DECIDE II Judge Gu'nitoo reftwed to try thf in dictment against T. A. Mar\juam and referred the matter to the bar aaaocia t ion. Mr. Mii^imo ?u eiren moot; to tagin a lav auik For norm* raaa on he did not begin proceedings aa aooo aa hia client ihoutfht he should ao another attorney Nvught the suit. The f rarv! jury found an indictment against Mr. Marquam for embexzlemeot of ibe fee. rt? members of the bar. who have in reatigatvd tha -natter, say there ia ao to -inflation tor the charge JudgeGua? niaoo heM that it was a proper matter for the bar association to decide Rlw aa4 Owl If you ret too hot. drop in to the Se attle and get cooled off. ? 1 if All the deltcaciea of tha ssaaoc at tha Pack Train Raauiraat. loe oool weina at the Seattle. OOli Prtaaa Prize* tor the week ending July 1* at Wilson's sh.wting gallery nmpriw. ?liver cup: secood. silk u?brella: third, fcl.V in oash. 7 5 lw j I I FIND BODY Waters of Cbilknt Hire np Tbeir I*e?d The Sojr of Mary Mom. an InJian romu who probably drowned July t with Jibm HiWii at Chilkal. was found last Saturday ereninf by those who w?re searching for Haneen. ll wm floating an the ???. Mary Votrs ru living with Hansen, whose boat wm dinoovered upside down and with one oar in th? rowlock. last Monday. He had not been seen aince the moraine of July & RU cabin wa* open and his watch on the table. There waa every evidence that he hail not gooe far. The theory la now advanced thai Hansec committed suicide after drown ing the woman who waa living with hia. It ia *aid that they had quarreled and Mary had threatenee to leave him Re ia aaid to hare told her that it the did not continue to lire with hi?n he would kill her and himaelf. The aearch for Hanaen's body coo iinuaa. CifinOMB'* r?r Il?*?klp The aoeine a a* received Saturday for the launch being built by M. O. Dickey on Sixth avenue, and It i? being placed in poait ion. The littlecraft will be launched in a few day* and then *h? will he a competitor with the Chechaco for the honor of being ih? flagahip of the Skagway fleet of plea?ure boat* GmO Hmw Or. etc Morlsa Pletwrvs The moving picture entertairment given by Ueut. Oo?. Friedrtch. Rriga dif r Smeeton and Cap . Parker of the Salvation army Saturdav night at the Preabyterian church was well attend ed and highly appreciated They ex hibited many views that are no* the esclnaive property of the Salvation Army. Bwlf iwmt*r Wit Ski Imc L Marks of San Francisco ba> begun an action against William C. Gates (Swiftwater Bill te recover an interval in all of the claims held \v the latter and all of the claims ileeW by the latter to others, as well as a share of ll'-xOOO aaid to be on deposit in the First National Bank of Fairbanks. Marks claims U> have grub staked (Mm. Splck.tt Up Aamlo Mra. John T. Spickett is expected to return to Juneau the next trip of the Cottage City. Mr. SpickeU has im proved to such an extent that he is able to be up and around, and will retnaio at IV L'nhardt's Sanitarium. (Hkville. j Napa County California for some time. -Juneau Diapatch. H. 14 Vp Mew Go Private Sueta and Bugler Raines, who are accused of holding up C I" Swanstrom at Haines la-t wfok, have hern bound over to the grani jury Tr.ev were taken to Juneau by P puly Varshal Johnson on the Tojwka. The grand jury will investigate the n> <tter at the Novembe.- oess'oo at Skaf ? ay. ?IAOVAt Vk EAT MF.R The result of the observation taker at Moore wharf at midnight. July Ik 1905, ia as followa: Temperature lime of observation ? ?">* Mat. lemp. preceding 24 hours ..64 Min *" . " " " *? Mean ? " " ? I Urometer. 2J> S4. South wind, cloudy. LETTER LIST far Lattar* Rratlilit l? IkMvtT Jil? 14 Kurrk. .limm'o Griffith. Nr. How*. Lilian Ksvp, Robert M. Kirk land, John Kichard, Mr. H. IVrson* 0*1 line for this unclaimed mutter will please saj advertised. W*. R SAMPSON. P. M. I Baal tft Cast Mitli Railroad Reataurant h*s the best 25 cent meal* in ?o?n, ev|Ual to SO cent meals other r?!acea. Second Ave. and Hroadway, OTTO- decok I-jmber for sale, Inquire of Fete Ms.iseo. Seattle wharf ? 10 tf Thews a barpain at Harrisons' for you. Get K. A. HecpV l?5 Souvenir book at Harrison*. loe cool steins at the Seattle saloon Get your ice cream at Muir'a. August Oeleaoatcr and French fash ion journals at Harrisons'. loe oojtl steins at the Seat tie saloon [ * mid-Summer Clearance Sair*] Monday, Cucsday and Wednesday, we are going to devote entireley to the sale of our Ladies Ready Made Garments and Hats. As we entend to change our "ad every other day, offering different lines of goods for sale would advise you to keep a sharp lookout, especially as it will mean a big savings in dollars and cents to you. SALE TO END JULY 31st White Lawn waists White White White White White White White White White White lawn lawn lawn lawn lawn lawn lawn Lawn lawn lawn waists, waist*, waists, waists, waists, waists, waists, waists, waists, waist*. regular price regular price regular price regular price regular price regular price regular price regular price regular price regular price 75c now ? 1.00 now 1.25 now 1.50 now 1 . 75 now 2. 00 now 2.50 now 8.00 now 3.25 now 4.00 now White Jap Silk Haists White Jap Silk waists, regular price M.50 now White Jap Silk waists, regular price 5.00 now White Jap Silk waists, regular pri<v 6.00 now White Jap Silk waists, regular price 7.<ni now ladies' Suits 40c 60c 76c 96c $110 136 166 1.86 2.26 260 $3.00 325 4.25 4.75 Iadi<*' Suit#, regular price *22.50 now $]5.00 ladies' Suit*, regular price 27.50 now 19 50 ladies' Suits, regular price 80.00 now 21.50 Iadfes' Suits, regular price ,15.00 n?>w 2450 ladies' Suits, regular price 50.00 now 27 '50 TTl- X r*1 I Colorrd Silk Waists Colored Silk waist*, regular price t 7.M) now $3.50 Colored Silk waM#. regular price 8.50 now 4.00 Colored Silk wairte. regular price 10.00 now 6.00 ladles' Wrappers I .adieu' Wrapper*, r^ular price $1.50 now 960 Ladfaw' Wnppen, mgnlar price 1\00 now $1.36 Ijidien' Wrapper*, regular price 2.60 now 1.86 Ladies' Press and walking Shirts Ladi**' Dtin and Walking Rk -u r**niar frier ? ? <*> aow ? 2 80 I^dir*' l>rw? ?n 1 Walkiof Skim, r?ra!ar prl cr mom 3 90 Ladiet' Dtwm mmI VT?lkior Skirt*, rjfu'ar price *.00 m* 4 28 l,?dt*?' Drum iad Wtlklat 8k Irta. reralar p? ie* *-J# M #40 UIIm' Dm* mm) Walkinr Sklr ?. roralar V ??* I ?*.on ikvw ? 75 I.*dl?e' Dtmm tad Walking Skin*, r?|Pi**r vrict ti 5# mmm 7 80 I.adif?' Drr?? and Walklap Striru. r??eo!ar p?l<* I'M mmm If. 78 Sateen Petticoats Sat f*B I'etUcwata, rfcu'ar price Sn .... .Horn 83 28 Satrm I'MttwaH. r?r?Ur yritt 5ow 2 80 Saim PcUictatt. rrnlw pirt Jj? Now 2-28 8mm MUmU, milw frier i Horn J 00 Aaieeo IXUonat*. rrfular prte* 2 New f ?9 Ladies' and Childrens' tlats Yoor rhotw a( hair frier. ladW and Qrldrew Bala, regular prlc* >(2 M 86 28 Ladfea' aod Childm*' Halo, fibular piSee *<W ... 9mm 4.00 I^dtaa' as 1 Chi lim' Hat* regular pc.cc 4 M Now 2 28 I^adlr*' and Cklldrwoa' Hata. r*#-nlar prioe 2 00 ... 100 ' I ' A WW /4 \ \ c% /\ tt A C i\ t% tf i nc^c prices lur i lunuay, 1 uc suay a nu B.M. Behrends Mercantile Co. Geo. Blanchard, Manager. GOLDEN NORTH HOTEL GOLDEN NORTH IS ~ SKAQWAY'5 POPULAR HOTEL Kookhv Twrwovumncn Faik Trf.*twknt, Goon Skrmtt a vr* R\tvs That ark Uksht C?Um? Ib T.wt Tho coideat beer In town lm t he Se Mile **!oon. <? 1 tf Is THK I'VTTFP ST A TPS TOSTKKT (VrKT FVW *WR PTSTKliT OF u.aska, division no. 1 In the matter of fixing I the special July. 1WS t.-rm of thl* court at OkDMt Skac*ay. Alaaka. A ml now upon consideration 1% is or dered that a special term of the ahore court be held ai Skagway, Aiaaka. eom meocinc on July 24 in, 1W5. at 2 o clock jv m. And it furtbw ordered that this or der be published in the Daily Alaskan, a nr**paper published at ska?way, A Ink*, for thlrtv ('ay* prior to the holding of said torn. Hone In ? bawbera thia lTth day of Jnne 15XW. HOY ALA. OUNXISOS, Judge. Kirat publication June 30, 1' 05 Board W?lt*4 Woman with 30 mo-itha ?M ehiM <V- j ulrr* hoard mvI c?r* for lh? ehlM. Will | pa) hy 1 he month. (M ?p ikli oBf?. 1 w. SUIPIfS Of 19(H) CALENDARS HfRf Th* Ml} Alitokan ha* itwiwd a full line o( ?amp>? of 1WW calendar* from the famous J. W. ButWr Pap*r company. of < hica*o. Tbcy inclort* the )at??t (Winn many of which a r* work* of art. Rnnttim* mw of Sltarway ami Halo^a, I ?ho desire catandera for n**t year are | invited to call and make select iona. MOORES WHARF CO. Tm-bIdm W P. A T. Potrt# All South Bound Stoomoro Arrtwa ?n0 Doport FwwTWt Or?l MOCLATtOirt !?Ot Wwnhduwi "firm tor delleery of m#-rrhei?dlw firm l?a. Ml^a. P?ri?h?bl<? ONI.V Mlffitd em S?mJ?y or M aifbt. All frvtfht thlpaMti 4mM oiotlibooat mm bo mnmmM by ? Kntprm'o Ntmrnt (j*per? em ba u Um U K. mi oMaotood mMti dellTffwd before if ?. Ho trin bo fO eeivod on wh?rf *IW ihii N<*or BAGGAGK- Toil* will be ?oi>?cMd tm dnr*?n Baooaos Omi t No chorfe for bo*? *od frlpe ?boo aoebovfced. "I>e wharf f?v ?Til be <?we4 to ill public wboa rteaaor to in wtoj dock u>d will be opfrf only ?bea i*? *m>r? hare tftaaabarM. Wharfage Tariff om be boi oa M ofltoe em 4mk. r. O. Rot 17ft. C.IW Y V H. jnHOToW, Owl Hfp ? ? WEDDING PRESENTS Nrmtniu ra an jut* nai Wamwao raaamrra a* 1 BaidpaHled CMm, ftaOUmct China or Cat 6la$s j H. D.K1RMSE, The Mooter Jowlor Omrtel Tle<ln?n In* f|* l. ? WW Com me rc al Hotel Whilth#!*, Y- T. first Class li fvrry European Plan Now I* the Uim to ff\ jrowr nip and lac* rarttiM wa?k#d Thr Woj al laun dry It making ? apatialt* <rf tnla work Hid it fotrulMi mi i*f action. tf ? OiWr*tT? uxl mirnm' airaw ha?a rrMtl; redwood at (larrtona' Tk- -r" iBank Restaurant IVtarvm, ?>np MEALS. 26o. and UP Broadway. tw Third A *???*. F. R. ALLEY. I WfcliilMfi. T. T. CUSTOMS BROKER OwhtiIIww fur Ttklnf AMttili BILLS OF SALE. DEEDS wnA oilH r f Mil iiiifnii fi wHtltf. OFFICE' VANCOUVKft HOTIL