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liis first Born Tai lored suit f jr the sav ing in price is likely to be surprised with the quality of the completed garments. He will get the smart style, good fit and long wear usually expected only of clothes sold at extrav agant prices. If you believe that quality is indicated only by the price, we want you to see the values we ofier in clothes "Tailored to . Measure by Born." C. W. ASK & SONS Oilier Phone: 10 Asents for Residence Phone- 89 Ladysmlth Coal The Alaska Transfer Co. FKAXK SCFKECOOL, Prop. General Forwarding Agents Bonded Freight and Baggage Transferred \l"TO SERVICE DAY OK NIGHT • WOOD AND COAL CAREFl'L HANDLING AND PROMPT DELIVERY OCR SLOGAN CANADIAN] ^PACIFIC I r.y Winter Schedule S. S. Princess Mary WILL LEA Vc. SKACWA V 7 P. M. KEBRl'ARY 13 I: U; 22 APRIL 2; 12; 23 MAY 3; It; 24 JINK 4 —FOR Vancouver, Victoria, frince Rupert, Seattle Connecting at Vancoim-r with last Continental Trains Tickets and All Information From L. H. JOHNSTON, A-. •nt. Skayway, Alaska 6uoje«,t to change without notice Bmm i)i i.i:\ qikkx Ql'KKX Ql'KKX Ql'KKX Ai'IUli athil AI'KIL MAY MAY 2 19)22 15 11)22 2(i 1022 3 1922 25 11)22 L. E. REYXOI.DSOX, A^ont. SKAJWAY, Pacific Coastwise Service ADMIRAL LINE III III I III I MP ALEXANDER. PPFSI nFNIT-TS=g 1 nil uiw ALASKA STEAMSHIP CO WHO YOU THINK ALASKA THINK ALASKA S. S. COMPANY JSailings from SKAGW'AY Season 1921 For SEATTLE, TACOMA and Way Ports Sailings for Seward and Westward L. E. REYNOLDSON, Agt-nt. SKAGAVAY, ALASKA Schedule subject to change without notice NEW HARROR BOAT TT FROM FT. SEWARD TODAY The Captain James Fornance, the new harbor boat that is replacing, the Peterson at Fort Sew»rd. ar rived here today *ith a bunch of officers and enlisted men from the Post. The Fornance is a much larger and more powerful boa! than the Peter son and was brought up last week from Seattle by Captain Bergman and Pilot Call. The Fornance is a/most one hund red leet in length and was built for a mine layer and used as such dur ing the war. While her passenger accomodations are not as good as the Peterson's, it iB said that a new house will be built on her and then she will be an ideal boat for these northern waters. Captain Stidham will still be in command and that In itself is guar antee that the service will be first class all the time. CORDOVA WANTS MUSEUM OP FINK ARTS AND ALSO A GOOD PUBLIC LIBRARY There Is a lively local sentiment in favor of the establishment of a public library in Cordova this year —at least the beginning of one Rev. Kustace P. Zi-jgler, in reply tc an Inquiry, said he believed the peo ple were earnestly desirous of hav ing not only a good public library together with all t'.e leading maga ilnes. but also a museum of fine arts to which he would be pleased to contribute. It ts also believed that Sydney I.aurence and othei artists would be glad to contribute Some constructive action along this line may be expected soon. Mr. Zlegler said these were question: which probably would be taken U| !>y the Literary Club, through th< initiative of one of its live-wirt members. A little further inquiry elicited the apparent concensus of opinion thu th>- Alaska Pioneer Spirit, which ii very active here, would not favoi obtaining a library by endowment ur Carnegie fund. i\or by cliaritabl* donation of any kind. To the con tiarv. it was said. tie modest begin nin.r could be made this year am additions be provided as fast ai means allow. TLe idea seems tt lie to keep the citv independent ii this respect, free from debt ant self-reliant.—Cordova Times. SPECIAL MKKTIXG OF SK.\(i\VAY CITY COUXCI1 Notice is hereby given that then will be a special meeting of the cit: council on Monday evening, Apri 10, at eight o'clock. All member are expected to be there. U. ASHLEY, Acting Mayo i California produced 140.000.lXX pounds of prunes last venr. which Is I only a pound am! a half per capita ! f..i the United States. But prunes swell. I That message Marconi got from Mars is probably in cipher, for Mar ' colli s:iys he cannot understand it. H« | should wire the Martians to decode II ! for bun. The prince of Wales has speared a wild boar In India. But it is said that the animal was not thrown and 1 hog-tied before lie did it; that's th« I way the former kaiser used to go a I nunlliig. HAMBONE'S MEDITATIONS WtH A MAN FALL OUT WlD KE KIN-FOLKS , EF DEY5 Po', MIT5 6INALLY FUH •iUMpN DEY5 , BUT EF- DEY5 RICH , H I T S FUH WHUT DEY AIN' DID.' CoOyflJM. H21 Dy McClura *«wtpiO«/ Svntfictt* To Cure a Cold In One Day Take Grove's LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE tablets. The genuine bears the signature of E. W. Grove. 30c. I SKAGWAY ELKS INSTALL OFFICERS FOR 1922 Oil Thursday night the new of ficers of Skagway Lodge No. 431.) B. P. O. Elks, were Installed in their lodge room. Past Elalted Ruler Howard Ash-' ley acted as Installing officer and | the following officers were duly inducted into their new positions: > Exalted Ruler—Dan McDonald Esteemed Leading Knight—W. J Mulvihill Esteemed Loyal Knight—W, A. j Pries Esteemed Lecturing Knight—J. N. Hanson Secretary—F. J. Van de Wall Treasurer—G. G. Miller Tiler—L. E. Hudson Delegate to Grand Lodge—J. M. Tanner Alternate Delegate to Grand Lodge —H. Ashley Trustee—J. C. Wood Esquire—Cleon Ask Inner Guard—J. A. Nettles Organist—P. H. Ganty Chaplain—L. C. Gault After the ceremonies the lodge resolved into social session and a fine luncheon was spread and the rest of the evening was spent in bowling and card playing. There was a big attendance and several applications for membership have been received. This year the Order at large is making an effort to bring the com bined membership up to one mil lion members and Skagway lias its share to do. The iucoming officers are giving an installation ball tonight, to which their friends are iuvited. This has j been the custom fjr a number of years and a good ciowd will be pres ent and a good ti:je is assured. If you are a friend if an Elk, come along and enjoy yt nrself. A rotary fleet, composed of a rot ary, two powerful engines, and u caboose, left Saturday for up. the railroad line, but et.counterpd a bliz zard 21 miles out. at Gulcana, and was forced to return to Cordova The other fleet and ihe local follow ing arrived on schedule time at Cor [ dovu. Going with rhe blizzard was lots easier than bucking ft. Com mander Davis of the steamship Vic toria performed the same stunt on the up trip a few lays ago. "Oh. very well." he said to the storm king, when the storm king chal lenged just off Cape St. Elias. and. turning ilie gallant old Victoria, the navigator rode the mighty billofcs southboun'd until old Boreas tired of the sport and veered off toward Siberia. Captain Lavis then turned (he Victoria and St..led serenely on llailroad commanders sometimes huve to follow tht same tactics.— Cordova Times. SPKCIAI. DINNER The Golden North Cafe will serve ja special chicken d'nner On Sunday, (tomorrow), from 5 to 6:30 oclock. THE PASSION PLAY At Obcranimcrgnu, 1 !> The history and significance of the decennial productiru of the Passion Play at Oberammergau is well known. It stands 'oday as the most striking embodiment of simple old world faith and piety and has the further distinction of being the only direct survival of the so-called "Mir ucle Plays." so wldsly popular in Europe during the Middle Ages. The presentations will take place on the following dates: May ltth i public rehearsal-, 14th, 21st, 25th and 2Sth; June 5th, 11th, ISth. 2Mh, 29th; July 2nd, 5th, 9th, 12th, 16th, 19th, 23rd, 26th, 30th; Aug ust 2nd. 6th, 9th, :3th, 15th, 20th 23rd. 27th, 30th;, September 3rd 10th, 17th, 24th. New York, April 7.—Miss Olivia 11. 1". Stone, who shot and killed El lis G. Kinkhead. a former corpora tion counsel for Cincinatti. last Aug ust, was acquitted of murder by the jury in the Brooklyn supreme court I last night. NOTICE Ttl KIR KM MX Election of office.* and other im portant business v.ill be transact ed and all members are requested to be present. WILLIAM SI ME, Chief. NOTICE The Masons will give another of their fraternal dances Saturday, April 15th. More will be given of this dance at a latsr date. Subscribe for the Dally Alaakai Easter Sunday April 16 Hats and Ladies Dresses Just Arrived We have on display a wonderful line of EASTER NOVELTIES CHICKS DCCKS FAVORS POSTCARDS BOOKLETS BASKETS CAXDT BOXKS Xl"T Cl'PS EASTER TOY BLOWOUTS PAPER XAPKTXS ETC. Paas Easter Egg Dyes 10c package L. A. Harrison Co. Phone 55 A NEW I.IXK of 8CMMER FOOTWEAR for LADIES and CHILDREN SOON to ARRIVE Popular Picture Palace Charlie Chaplin, Marie Dressier and Mabel Normand in Tilhe's Punctured Ro mance 60tRFun Take the Show in First and then go to the Elks Dance Admission, including war tax.—Adults, lot. children 15< PARTY OF AI.PINKRS MARKING OUT TRAIL A party of Alpiners made a hike on Thursday afternoon up to A. B. mountain, marking out a skyline trail to that beaut ful peak. The trail was started from the bridge on Third avenue and contin ued up the ridge, ever keeping in the highest parts, and with their axes the trail was blazr4 so that It can he gone over and made into a real outing or hiking trail. The party consisted of Hal John ston. president of the Alpine club: W. A. Pries, C. W. LaRue and Cleon g^.sk. This hike bids fair to be one of the most popular ones this season and will be a boon to the tourists who love to go out and enjoy the scen ery surrounding Skigway. Washington, AprU 7.—The Metro Women's Missionary Society of Nome has been gi^en the buildings that were abandoned at Camp Davis site, under a house resolution adopt ed today and passed by the senate. The resolution provides that the buildings are to be used for hospi tal purposes. San Francisco, April 7.—Marshal JofTre. the hero of the Marne, was a guest of the French coloney here today. STATEMENT OF THE OWNER SHIP, MANAGEMENT, ETC., RE QUIRED BY THE ACT OF AUG UST 24, 1912. Of the Skagway Alaskan, publish ed tri-weekly at Skagway, Alaska Territory, for April, 1922. Name of editor, L. S. Keller, Business Man ager, John M. Keller, Publisher, L. S. Keller. Owners: Louis S. Keller, sole own er. Known bondholders, mortages, and other security holders, holding 1 per cent, or more of total amount or bonds, mortgages, or other se curities, None. LOUIS S. KELLER, Owner Sworn to and subscribed before me this 8th day of April, 1922. (Seal) Martin Conway. Notary Public. My commission ex pires Feb. 2, 1924. Pile* Cored In fc to 14 Days Druggist* refund money If PAZO OINTMENT fail* to cure Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles. Instantly relieves Itching Piles, and you can get restful sleep after first application. lOo, Keep The Kidneys Well Health In Worth Saving, and Some Skiufwaj People Know How to Save It Many people take their Itres In their hands by neglecting the kid neys when they know these organs need help. Weak kidneys are re sponsible for a Tast amount of suf fering and 111 health, but there is no need to suffer nor to remain in danger. Use Doan's Kidney Pills— a remedy that has helped thous ands of kidney sufferers. The followings statement leaves no ground for doubt. Mrs. E. J. Knight, Washington Ave., Dayton, Wash., says: "I was run down and suffered from a lame back. A dull ache In the small of my back made mi feel miserable My kidneys acted trregularly, caus ing much annoyance. I suffered from severe pains la the back of my head and was all out of sorts. A neighbor told me to try Doan's Kid ney Pills and four doses relieved me of the backache and put my kid neys in a healthy condition." Price 60<, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy— get Doan's Kidney Pills—the sam» that Mrs. Knight had. Foster-Mll burn Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. T. J. W. DUDLEY Piano Expert Ten years with JUNEAU MUSIC HOUSE Will be In Skagway April third to fifteenth, prepared to tune and repair pianos, piano players and organs. Leave Orders at Keller Bros. Store NOTICE Dr. A. W. Valens wishes to an nounce that he has transferred his offices from the White Pass Hospital to the Bank of Alaska Building, to the offices rormerly occupied by Dr. W. G. Gabie. A dollar a month Trill bring th» Aluku to your door.