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mips Hard,Largeand Red.Itched andBurned.CuticuraHeals. " When X was fifteen years old pimples troke out on my face. They were hard, large and red, and fes tered and scaled over. The pimples itched and burned causing me to scratch and irritate them, and my face was disfigured for about six months. " 1 tried all kinds of remedies but they failed to do any good. Seeing an advertisement for Cuticura Soap and Ointment 1 purchased some and now lam completely h?aled." Signed; Mrs. Mollie Richardson, Kerby. Ore., July 16, 1921. Use Cuticura for every-day toilet purposes. Bathe with Soap, soothe with Ointment, dust with Talcum. Staple E*ch Frwby kliU Addmu "C«tlc«raL&b or*tort««. Dwp! H 31, Uui " S«ld#T«ry wh»T< t*n«»nt J5undi<>c Itkumtfc. sssr Cuticura S<Mp ihavet without mux. Ti> Cure » Cold In One Pay Take Grove s LAXATIVE BKOMO QnXIXE tablets. The genuine bears the ulcnature of E. W. Grove. SOc. Health N Worth Saving, nml Some Skagway IVoph- Know How to Sa»e It. Many Skagway people take their liv.-s in their hands by neglecting tiie kidneys when the* know these or gans n..fd help. Weak kidneys are respimsilile for a vast amount of suf fer . u_ and ill health, hut there t» no »:• >'d to suffer nor to remain in dan ger. I'se Doan's Kidney Pills— a remedy that has helped thousands of kidney sutferers. T!.e following statement leaves no ground for doubt. Mrs. E. J. Knight, Washington Ave . Dayton, Wash., says: "1 was run down and suffered from a lamp bad. A dill! aehe in the small of !>.ic!< made me feel miserable. Mj k dneys acted irregularly, causing much annoyance. I suffered from sev • paitis in the hack of my he^d and was all out of sorts. A neighbor told me m try Do: n's Kidney 1' Us a: d four boxes re'ieved me of the backache and put my kidneys in a hralt.'.y condition." I'rice 60tk, at alt dealers. Don't > -::i • !y ask for a kidney remedy—get Ihu s Kidney Pills—the same lhat Mrs Wright had. Foster-Milburn <-o„ Mt'rs.. Buffalo. X. Y. Popular Fiitlon at Popular l'rlce« A large list of the very latest hilt on the Kdison An.bercola cylinder Uave been received by Kellers ano tray be heard at aLy time. Eversharp leads for Eversharp lead pencils in hard, soft and indei lible at Kellers. 25* a box. S11I1.K1 ilx- f»r the Dally Alaskan Praise Given Local Game Association That a few speclcs of wild life that wore once abundant in Alaska are now almost If not quite extinct Is shown by the records of the biologi cal survey. The Alaska Game Pro tective Assorlatl ju of Cordova is In receipt of a letter from Dr. Nelson, chief of the Bureau of Rlologcal Survey in which ho assures the as sociation that the bureau is active ly Interested In tfcs splendid work it lias undertaken. Dr. Nelson Is extremely Interested in the protection o; the wild life of the Territory He ii by no means a hidebound conservationist. He fully realizes the econonr ic importance of our game animals and birds and wants to see this wonderful resource used to the fullest extent consistent with its preservation. In his letter to the association. ! r. Nelson slates' "Copy of your jy-laws has just been received. I am greatly inter ested and much plfased at this evi dence of the Interest taken at Cor dova in game and game protection It lias just such a movement as von have Initialed there that if extended to all parts of tl v Territory will have the greatest possible influence in creating a seni.ment for game protection and conservation. With out a real interest on the part of the publ.c in this, yot are of course aware of the fact that within a comparatively snial number of years the splendid game i jsources of Alas ka will lie a thing f the past and it will be almost an iiiipossili litv to restore them. "The program o. your organiza tion to proceed a'ong educational lines in order to k lild up an inter est in wild life and a respect for the game laws is an admirable one, and I wish to extend .j you and vour organization my |-<tarty sympathy ai.d best wishes i 1 the work roil have undertaken. The Kiologicul Survey will certainly he very glad to do whatever it poss'bly can to assist. 1 shall see what w» can do in the way of helping you along this line. "The matter of Vntroducing new spec.es of game is one that should be considered wit! great care for the purpose of determining what is advisable Alaska already has such splendid game animals that it is a question as to whe her it would not lie belter to introduce and build up the stock of native game in areas where it has becor>e dopl -ted rath er than to try some ::ew kind in an experiment which would "ie c»«»Iy and at the same t'me would s: i:id a chance of not succeeding as well as u would with th« native ip* I'NDKRTAKKH 1)1 KS OF HEAIIT IHSKASK Seattle. July 19.—Lyman W. Bon ney, member of the Boniiev-Watson undertaking establUhment, aped 79 a rich pioneer of Jiis section died last night of heart disease. fo or Grandma Says "The good old herbs, oils and other old-fashioned remedies have not been improved on forquick relief in home treatmentof minorailments." Our sales of the well-known stand ard remedies pro\ e this to be true. And we take special pains to keep a good supply-strictly fresh—of the kinds Grandma knows and trusts. Reliable Goods Only You will also find here a well chosen assortment of the advertised propri etary medicines. Only those whose value has been established win a place on our shelves. For foot remedies of all kinds our stock is unsurpassed locally. Come to us with the knowledge beforehand that you will get the best goods, strictly fresh and at fairest prices. Best Family Remedies Keller Bros. Drug Co. LAWYERS FIRS! AND SECOND Dill. DISAGREE ON SUPREME COURT At the request of the Bar Assocla tlou of the Third division, Delegate Oan Sutherland Introduced a bill In the House on June 6, to provide for the establishment of a Supreme Court for the Territory of Alaska. The Valdei Miner gives the follow ing account of the acta that led to the introduction of the bill: "Several months ago at a meeting of the Bar Associa'lon of the Third division, the matter of an appelate court for the Territory was discussed at some length, and the matter was referred to a coinn.lttee of the bar to draw up a measure to correct as far as possible the evils of the pres ent system. "Under the existing laws an appeal from the District Court of Alaska must be taken before the Appellate Court for the Ninth circuit, and must ho heard either in San Francisco or Seattle. necessitatis delay and un necessary expense t? litigants. "To correct this Attorney J. L. Ileed of Valdez, a member of the committee appolnttd by the bar as soc. atlon, drafted i bill, and for warded to Delegate Dan A. Suth erland. with the result that the Dele gate Introduced the bill in the House of Representatives as H. It. 11905." After the bill wi\s introduced, re ferred to committee and ordered printed, the Delega.e sent copies to strengthen the niea'ure and to make it more effective fo.- the purpose de sired. A few of tho members of tlio local liar Association assembles at Juneau and expressed disapproval of the bill introduced, intimating that satisfactory results .vere 'jeing at-] tallied from the present appellate! court, that is composed of expeil • enccd and learned Judges. A com-] mittee composed of H. L. Faulkner, John H. Cobb and R. E. Robertson ] was appointed to draw up resolu lions expressing the attitude of the association. They completed their work In the following resolution: "Whereas, there has been Intro duced in the Houbb of Representa tives of the United States a certain hill known as 'H. R. 11905,' and en titled "A BUI to provide for the es tablishment of tbo Supreme Court for the Territory of Alaska, Impos ing additional duties on the dlBtrlct,' and "Whereas It apprars that said bill should not be enacted for the reason that the procedure now In vogue for the taking of appeals Is better adapt ed to the requirements and condi tions of the Territory that Is the pro cedure proposed II said bill, and, further, that neither the National or Territorial government nor litigants themselves would benefit by the creation of a Teriltorlal Supreme Court as proposed !n said bill, and further, that It is probable mat the procedure proposed in Raid 'Jill If enacted into law, would result not only in great Inconvenience to tho bench and the bar of the Territory but also In more expense and louder delays to litigants In the taking of appeals, "Now, therefore, Be It resolved, that it is the sense of the Bar As sociation of Alaska, First Judicial Divls.on, that that certain bill knowu as 'H. R. 11905' and entitled 'A bill to provide for the establishment of the Supreme Court for the Territory of Alaska, imposing additional duties on the district Judges,' should not he enacted into law, and that Its passage would not be conductive to the best administration of Justine in the Territory; anrt, further, that copies of this resolution be trans mitted to the Hon. 0. A. Sutherland, Delegate from Al?«ka, and to the chairman of the Senate and of the House of Representatives of the United States." PRINCESS LOUISE HAS GOOD LIST The Princess Louise arrived this morning ul the srheduled hour hav tig had a good trip (ruin Vancouver, viih fair weather, though they struck rain at the Narrows. A full passenger list was brought to port, most of whom took the morning trains from the wharf and the depot to Taku Arm, and the low er river points. The Raymotid-Whitcomb people, represented by Fr»nk H. Danforth had a party of IS on board. In this party were .Mrs. A. L. Belts, of New York City, one of the women promi nent in the social life of the big eastern city, accompanying Mrs Hens is Mrs. A. B. Shanbacker, her sister, who is from Philadelphia. Mr. A. Hess, a retired wholesale grocer, of Kansas City, Mo., accom panied by his daughter. Miss Hess, is also with the Raymond-Whitcorab party, and Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Holt, of Newton. Mass. Mr. Holt was the paymaster of the Jiostoc & Albany R R.. but is now rntired. Mrs. K. F. 11 ungate, of New York City, whose husband is a big art col lector in that city, is taking the northern trip under the direction of the Ravmond-Whiteomb people. Mr. J. E. Pickering of Mayo, Y. T., is returning from an extended trip to the old country, he reports hav ing attended the well known Eng lish derby race and as having great ly enjoyed it Mr. Pickering Is the Mayo representative of the Guggen heitns and looks after the handling of all the ore mined in the Mayo camp. Dr. and Mrs. C. P. Bancroft, of Concord. >T. H., with Miss Buncroft are taking the trip to Alaska and Yukon this year. Dr. Bancroft is a brain specialist and well known thru out the eastern U. S. Honorable Mr. George Black, j member of the Caiudian Parliament from Yukon, with Mrs. Black, are returning from their winter's so journ in the capital at Ottawa. Cap tain Black reports a very interesting session of parliament, in which the Liberals were able to carry tlirough their measures in parliament onlj by the aid of other parties in the ses sion. Speaking of the disposition of the government in power and it! attitude toward thb Yukon, Captaii Black said there was a dispositior to do all that could be done consid j ering the limited funds. With res I pect to the projected improvement of conditions on ths upper river. h( thought this would go through, bui I would take time. He reported the Clovernor-Oeneral I.urd Bing In Van couver planning to come to Alask: ou the next trip of the Louise. Lore Bing looks forward to the trip tc I Mayo with great pleasure. Mr. D. J. (.'Oliver, Is escorting a party of twenty-seven on the north ern trip. He Is accompanied by Mrs. ('ollrer, and they look In the Taku Arm excursion whll«j they were here in Skagway. Mr. Collver halls from Cleveland. Ohio. Rev. C. C. Hays, D. D. of JohnB town, Pa., who waB elected Modera tor of the General assombly of the Presbyterian church. U. S. A., came north as far aB Ketchikan on the Lou ise. He is out for a rest and Inci dentally on tour In the Interest of the work of the church. Mrs. G. J. Parwall, and son Billy returned on the Princess Louise Billy hns been In school In Vancou ver, but for the past two months has been In the General hospital on ac count of ear trouble. He appears quite well and it Is hoped he has fully recovered. C. H. Jacques, of Los Angeles, Calif., was one of t\ie passengers on the Princess Louise yesterday. Mr Jacques is an old-t'me type sticker, and worked on many large papers throughout Canada and the States. He related the early days of his ca reer at the printing game, and one when on the Calgary Herald, which wns printed on the Elbow river, and power furnished by the armstrong movement, on an old Washington hand press. While In town Mr. Jacques called at the Alaskan office. Judge and Mrs. W. C. Adamson of Carrelton. Ga., are north bound pas sengers on the Louise. Judge Ad amson holds the position of Judge on the supreme court of Georgia Judge and Mrs. Adamson are bound for Dawson. Mrs. F. W. Haw<!8, of Vancouver, B. C., with her daughter MIbs E. M. Hnwes are round trippers. Mrs. Hawes is the mother of the Justly popular, chief freight clerk Hawes of the Louise. I Mr. and Mrs. A. w. Mcurea, 01 Lawrencevllle/Va., and tholr daugh ter were passengers on the Louise. Mr. Mc Crea is assistant to the vice president of the Penna. railroad and is enjoying the trip north. David M. Maynurd is conducting a party of people for the Gillespie Klnports & Baird, of Chicago. The party consists of Miss Florence and Miss Emma Miller, Miss M. . and Miss M. A. Mulqueen, Miss Chandler Miss Krauth, Miss Raiser, Miss Simp son, Miss Sainsbury and Miss Fisher. The tour left New York on the 4th of July and will return the second week In September. During the twc months, the party visited In the Can adian Rockies, Alaska, California and will motor into Mexico. Thej will return by way of Yellowstom National Park . Among the passengers on the Prin cess Louise yesterday none were en joying the trip more than the party who are traveling under the direc tion of the Power's Toura of Chlca ★ 11I0LE lHOtJGKT FOR TODA* A MIGHTY ARM:—Thou hast a mighty arm; strong Is thy hand, and high Is thy right hand. Justice and Judgment are the habitation of thy tb.-one; mercy and truth shall go be fore thy face.—Psalm 89: 113, 14. Von make a orintaka If yon do not ttop at THE Pullen House Electrfr Light* Boouu Mingle or m Snlto Bath* on ewb floor : H. 8. PULLEN. Prop. Skar**7 • - Alalia i MAIL BOAT [ESTEBETH Leave* RRACIWAI everj TUESDAY M 11 P. M. for JUNEAU Connecting with WESTWARD STEAMERS SOUTH BOUNIs Leave* JUNEAU on THURSDAYS (or TENEKEE AND rtlTKA HOT SPRINCJH — o — o — o — o — o — See KELLER BROS, for InformMlua. Tickets and Freight R«te» ... Caribou Hotel.. E. W. Gideon, Proprietor. CARCROS8, T. T. At the Meeting of Rai ana Sail Steamboats Connect Here With W.P. & Y. Route lor[ Atlin CABCIWMS OFFERS TOURISTS EVERT INDUCEMENT FOR PLEASAN* VACATION GOOD HUNTING AND FISmNG AT THE DOOR MOTOR BOATS FURNISH! go. The party left Chicago two weeks ago, traveling by easy stages to Vancouver, where they sailed. Stops en route were made at Banff, and Lake Louise, and on the home ward Journey a week will be spent In Yellowstone Park. On arrival yesterday morning, the party went to Bennett and last night were guests of Mrs. Harriett Pullen, who enter tained the visitors with tales of the late lamented "Soapy" and her ex-j perlences in the early days of Skag way. The party will sail tonfght on the Louise for the return pass age. In the party arc Mr. and Mrs. James E. Lennon, Mr. and Mrs. John Tyne and son John, Jr., Miss Laura A. Johnson, Miss Clara Strube, Mrs. j O. A. Miller, Mrs. A. E. Bogan, Mrs. Margaret M. McNamars, and daugh ter, and Dr. J. Bloomenthal all of Chicago; Mrs. Ramond Hatfield and daughter. Helen, Mrs. F. E. Tyson, j and Mr. Clint C. Tilton, of Danville, I III., anc' Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Knowl ton, of Denver, Colorado. TAILOR ESCAPES BIGAMY CHARGE Seattle, July 19.—The charges of bigamy against Chapelle the hand some and much married tailor fail ed. Chapelle confessed to having married five women, divorced three and broken engagements wit bseven. J5W? 7 " Order Your Printing Now First class job prinlini; done on short notice, and our prices are teiy reasonable. .Take Mock of your sta tionary and office forms, and send in your order today. lust as a Reminder monthly subscript ion rate of Tin* Alaskan is only seventy-five cents per month by mail, or delivered to your home in Skagway for only M a month i WRIGii Newest Creation Peppermint fla vored chewing gum with Peppermint „ Sugar Coating. Sugar jacket "melts in your mouth," leavingt the deliciously flavored gum center to aid digest on, brighten teeth ■nd soothe mouth and throat. Catarrhal Deafness uannot Be Cured by local applications. as they cannot reach the diMllod portion of the <nr. There la only one way to euro catarrhal deafness, and that Ic by a constitutional remedy. Catarrhal a i"r:. an is caused by an tn Ham*5 conditl oi thi i ucoua lining of the Kustacliian Yubt Wi.en this tube la Inflamed you have* a rum tiling sound or Im perfect hearing. at.») when it Is entirely closed, I>'nfn»*H« l.i the r«sult. L'nlesa the Inflammation can b« r- duccd and this tube restored to Its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever. Many cases of deafness are cause.I by ca»arrh. which la an Inflam. «1 condition of the mucoua rur* faces. Hall's ntarrh Medicine acts thru the blood on t.ie mucous surfaces of tho system We will give One Hundred Dollar* for any case of Catarrhal D'-afness that canifbt be cured by Hall s « u.trrh Medicine. Cir culars free. AH I'rutfrtsts. 76c tr f c r. rrs l% THE SKAUWAX Pioneer Dairy H. F. SEEM AN, Prop. lHb SANiTARIf MILK RANCH The largest and best eon ducted dairy In llaaka. . Daily shipment* ol pure milk and cream to ail points on Whit* Pass & lukon lloute. Phone 126 and Kellers will do liver ice cream Sunday In time foi dinner. Order either a three flavor brick of neapolitan or plain. Wt will pack it to ketp for hours.