F.T. Keelar Returns toSkag
wav to Ketiiaio.
K. T. Keelar. who left Ska** ay for
good last fall, h.is returned again to
the ell) with the growth of which he
hit been so i'Iuh'I) identified. and here
he propones to re miun. Mr. Keelar
brought a stock of t'wuU with hint anil
will again open hi- Broadway store
where he will be ready for action in a
Si ik'*' leaving Skagway. the mone>
king ha* opened a large store in '
Seattle. He lia- left it in charge of
Mr. Keelar mad< a trip Kant during 1
the winter where he visited okl haunt
and renewed old acquaintances. He
visited the great Klks home in Virginia
while away anu he is enthusiastic ore:
Mr. Keelar was warmly greeted by
the people of Sk:ii.'way. In fact he
practically held a nvrpllvo on the 1
<reet*of the cit; diniug the entire
Mrs. Keelar returned to Ska*; way
with her ho-band and wan as glad as he
to greet old frietuls and familiar land
For the 24 hours proceeding '? o'clock
p. m. . April lt>, l!*U.
Highest temperature 4<> above.
Lowest temperature. .>>' above.
H: D. Clark,
I". S. Voluntary Observer.
Cortland House furnish* -com fort able
rvuiu* and ?"? cent baths. Fifth aveuue.
tirij-? and valix-s at I i sous.
Helle or Lexington Whiskey eight
years okl? just out of government hom!
and Three Crow u Hi.unotid Malt Whis
ky?strictly pur* ?t S< .ittli >aloon.
PACIflC COASl COAI
WKLLIXt .TON Lt'Ml'
Also the Hiifh Grade Fulton. Sacked
L. M. West. Ajfi., Phooe .?
If Sot You Should Ho So By
Drinking Skagway Beer
NOT SO BAD
Xew Order Does Not Reduce
The article in the Daily Alaskan
which stated that there hail been a cut
in the pay of private* in the hospital
cor]*., was written under a misappre
hension of the real facta and conse
quently misleading. Under the new
order, the privates in the hospital corps
hare been placed in two claaaes, first
das* private* and privates. The form
er net IIs and the latter 110 per month.
None of those stationed at Skagway
w ill come under the inferior distinc
The order also change* the titles of
the officers in the Corp*. Hospital
stewanls become first-class sergeants,
and acting hospital stewards, sergeants.
In addition, the rank of corporal hat.
I*en created. The lowest rank, or plaia
private, will only apply to tho?e here
Haraui OaU It
Hinger Hermann, ex-commissioner of j
the general land office, and formerly
member of congress from Oregon, has
been nominated for congress to succeed
Thomas H. Tongue, who recently died.
Hermann was nominated after a bitter
contest. The election will take place
l'nh?*lthr Kum Towm
\ Kansas town of 1,000 population ha*
fourteen drug stores. The town couldn't
-upjiort more than three drug stores if
it wasn't for prohibition? which may go
to show that prohibition is agood thing
after all for the "drug stores."? Atlan
A neat place run by neat people. The
Vrctic Cafe. Whitehorse.
The lending barbershop and (>ath?.
The Principal, opposite Hoard of Trade.
Hundreds of eyes read the advertising i
columns of the Alaskan each day They !
scan these columns closelv. Business
men do you want result*.' We have;
the proj?-r medium. Phone 19 for the,
mat. with the rate card to call.
We aurry It a. * M rsadv te-wsar
t*lt..r-m*4* Mitt* V H Ptoww *
If you intend remaining In Wbltehorae
either for -a short or long period it
will pay you to pa troche too wall
known and popular
WHITEHORSE. T. t.
Where You Can Get the Beat Klfty
Cent Meal In Town
Special Accommodations for Kamiliea
Beds. 00c per night, Single Rooms, 11.00
W. J. GIBBONS, Proprietor
HE IS MAD
Chilkoot Jack a Victim of
A weather beaten and rugged native
of the forest, Chllkoot Jack, whoso
(food character Is vouched for in a
"skookum paper," issued under the
hand and seal of Oov. Brady, ban a
greivance against < iLtoa, a fellow In
dian. Case a came to Skagway from
Haines, not long since for tiie purpose
of s?lllng a house he owned in Skag
way. He told of a sick wife, and Chil
koot Jack felt sorry, and paid him 125
for the house, Casca returned to
Haines with his money, after having
bestowed his profuse thanks upon Jack.
He had not been in the misaion town
long until he ran into Sam Harris, an
other Indian, who wan willing to pay
more for the house, whereupon Cosca
again sold out. This time W<> was the
price. Jack heard of the second sale
ann forthwith look Casca to account.
"You are a good Christian," said
Jack, "you should not cheat. That is
the same as stealing."
"I am not very much Christian now,"
replied Case a.
Jack had uo paper, so he felt thai he
oould not hold the lot. but he gave
Casca the option of returning the
money or going to the skookum house.
Casca chose to dig up.
Jack is getting even now by telling
all who will listen, that Casca thinks
more of ll."> than his religion.
READY FOR SPRING
Antrim Tailors Pr?f?r?J to Moot
Dtmssd for Man's Clothing.
The American Tailors are prepared
as never before to meet the demand of
apring suiting*. They have a com
plete liue of snriug goods that has just
arrived, togetner with some of the best
trousers patterns ever exhibited in this
or any other city. The goods are all
flrst class and of the latest fashion.
This house ha-, also juvt 'added an
other tailor recently from a fashionable
city tailoring establishment.
All suits guaranteed. 4-14-2w
A reward of $10 will be paid for the
arrest and conviction ot any person
caught maliciously breaking windows
in any house represented by the under
signed. 1'hil Abrahams.
Kara Old Btook
Manager Gage of the Pack Train
saloon has received a large consignment,
on the Dolphin, of rure old Hermitage
and Kellogg whiskies. They are the
best, genuine, aged, mellow and pure.
Fresh oysters at the Pack Train Res
Spring chicken at the Pack Train
I cannot tell a lie, we must mak# a
little profit, c lay-on & Co.
To Look Well
A Reasonable Ambition
And we make the achievement a most
reasonable one by offering you the
advantage of Materials, Price, Cut
and style in our handsome ready-to*
wear clothing. Your tailor cannot make
you look better? he can only require
you to pay more We carry the cele
brated Hart Schafiner & Marx and
David Adler & Sons suits and overooats
J. fi. eiay$on & Co., Clothier***
Lewie Shackleford to Attor
ney for the P. C. Co.
The announcement in made that
Lewi* P. Shaokleford, formeMy of thU
city, has been appointed attorney for
the Pacific Coast Steamship Co. This
in a berth that was held by Judge John
H. Winn until about two months ago,
when be quit.
Mr. Shaokleford'* territory Include*
all Southeastern Alaska.
Lmn far Huilai Tri?
p. W. Snyder. W. K. Tharopson and
Geo. Dillon made up a honting party
that left for down eanal points yester
1 would like to take *ome sewing to
do at home. Can make skirt* or do
any kind of plain sawing.
Mrs. 11 axel Karrell,
Corner 10th and Broadway.
Our annual sale is now on, beginning
January 1 and ending December 31 of
each year. This is our sixth annual sale,
the prices and values during this sale
are tho name ils before, llwtyi the b<*t
that can be had. F. H. Clayson & Co.
The B. C. Mines Closing
By July 1st a Complete Tiel'pls Prob
able. Now is your chance to get
in your summer supply of Coal.
April 16th SCREKNKD AND KACK
KD WELLINGTON Will be
$13.00 per ton Delivered
Kcmember our Coal is THL BKST on
the markat, It U >12.00 now? April
1 6th it will be 113,00.
Shaw & Johnson,
Phone 11. Moon's Wharf Agents
THE GROWTH OP OCR STOCK
hu not be?o to quantity iltae. ?J?al
ity hu improved at even a greater
Wo have atudfed- the require?#ou
of our euatomem and are able ? to-tell
them just the kind of
they like at Jnat the prtoea thejr like to
day. Pet IdaM of oura are sacrl fioed to
These offeriof* ?re remarkable In
There's benuty. novelty and quality
Ln thene goods.
P. E. KURN,
Milliner and Dressmaker
At Ihu RealdeoM of
Geo. E Howard. TUrd Areoue
And Still They |
Keep Coming ! I
Another big load of Dry Goods just ?
received per City of Seattle, in
Wash Dress Goods,
Our Ladies' Suits will arrive about f
the 17th of this month.
The B. M. Behrencis Co.
Q-EO. BLANCHARD. Manager.
ile Pass k Yukon Route
THROUGH LINE FROM
Skagwav to Atlin, White Horse, Biq Sairucfh
Dawson and Yukon River Points s
During the open season of navigation ou ihc Yukon river ivLh'V x' ? m i . of NVv t.V the ttmi lleof
October, the British Yukon Navigation Co'a river at? mew oonnjjnd a IVhfVoHorMj (flying ;i
daily aerrioe to Stewart river, Dawson, etc.
Speoial steamers make regular runs from White Hooo to TrNit.i . ui t.i ; S ilinon
Connections made at Dawson for all Lower Yukoo river-poim-, i : f : , Mi. n;: in !
Taro igh connections made at Caribou with the Gompanlrjluk > mi A; ? in. faku anutfolden fJaie mining
THE WINTER -SDUTE SERVICE
During the winter season when navigation is e.os<J i -? 1 .iv antl Wt.t
|a Through Mail. Passenger and Freight Will B*vMain
tained By a Thor^u^hly Equipp /ck^tjge Li^
BETWEEN WHl/E HOR?? AND DAWSON
Leafing Whitehorse every Wedne^du^>ud /uturday, with coinfortai- ^ u<
For Information relative to PaaaeogiT Freight and Telegraw)
i_r ? vnv
^?nieiil point/ torou
' y y *4
r f*. :uip?y tctflny a^-nt of the ;comp^v, or v\J , ^ J,
[ }\K* a. B. n^well, v. p. & g. /w. J
Corner Sixtb Ave. and State
HERM * ORIMIH, Prop.
?Steam Iiaandpy* |
Ail Work Gaaranteed. Shori J
Meisecger Will Call *no Deliver J
Baths In Connection \
Private Room* for Ladies. '
STEAM HEATED. J?
5 _?.... ... . ?W j/. ._V_. ...^JllrjJ yj
Th^" Idaho Liquor House
^ ? >
CORNER 'I1RD AND ROAPWAV,
The Pioneer Fami'y Liquor St. re cf Skagway ^
ESTABLISUKD Id.. i
Direct IrapOficr.-'i f Forcij,'u ?nd Domestic ,j
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS i
ac.'.n'Ts for ,i
A. B.C. tod SKAI.W RY*S BOTTLED BEEK |
Prlrtle 1 "?iu? For F n Jlca
Special Attention to Oidnf (or Fa oily (J?? Tfllapbooe M ^
; Rooms 50 Cento Per Nttflit Firrt Clans Bar In Coum.-ei.ion *
? _____ ft
GREIG |\ EILSON, Prop.
ffl ? ?
ft Meals 50 Cent*
6) Train* Stop For Dinner BENNETT, B.C. I
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