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Cable Office Will Be Located at (Jueeo City. [Special Piapatch to Pally Alaskan.] Juneau, April 'Jl. via 1 \>1 pli in. (leiu Grvelev has announced that 'he cable orticf for the southern end o( the Puget Sound-Alaska cable ? ill he located nt Seattle. The cable ship. Burnaide. will arrive front Manila to N'lfin at once the work of making the survey for the cable. Her tirst work will be to lay a cable bet ween Skavway aim Haines. GO VISITING .luueau ami Tretdwdl Will Fraternize. [Special Pispatch t" Paily Alaskan.] I Juneaa. April 'Jl The.luneau cham ber of commerce will vi-.it the V. M. 1 C. A. at Traiiwf II Thursday evening- 1 A >rreat reception ha* been prepansl i ami a bic time ha? been promised. - fttMllO MMtH( There will be a regular communicat ion of White l'a~> Ludtre No. 113, F. <V A. M. on Friday evening. April i">. iti their hall. No. ">i" Fourth avenue. Sojourning and \ ^siting brethern an cotshally invited to meet with us. n> order of tin- \V. M. ('?KORt.E How \ki>. Secretary. A n<-at place run by neat people. The Arctic Cafe. Whitehur?e. Helle or Lexington Whiskey eight years okl just out of government l?>ml and Three t 'row n Piamond Malt Whis ky strictly pun at Seattle Saloon. PACINI COAST COAL WELLINGTON' LUMP j ml DOIBLE SCKF.ENED Also tho Uigh Undo Fulton. Sacked L M. Ww, Air i.. Phooe 3?? = Patronize Home = Industry? If Not You Should Do So By Drinking Skagway Beer A CHANGE Yukou NaYUfdtors Must Wear Natty I informs. All the officers ami crew* of the White Pass fleet on the Yukon will be compelled to wear uniforms hereafter. Such was the order given out from headquarter* before signing any one for the present season. A uniform has not beeu compulsory during the past seasons on the Yukon mid beyond a few of the captains and pilots who have shown a marked favor itism for gold lace, none of the river steamer officials had anything to denote their rank except the caps which were | furnished by the company at coal. This summer, so the regulations sav, >t will all be different. The uniform will consist of an ordinary business suit of navy blue cloth or serge. The deck officers will wear a double-breasted sack coat, while the engineers, pursers :ind chief stewards will be attired in single-breasted sack suits. The suits may be purchased wherever the etn plopes may see fit. The company's regulation brass but tou> will be furnished free to the o (fl ier-. on application to the stores depart ment :it Whitehorse. The cap, which will complete the costume, will consist of the regulation style worn by the 1 merchant marine service, with the j officer's band and the house Mag of the company on the front. These can also I*- obtained at cost price at the com- ' pany's store at Whitehorse. Cob Got Iavitatioas From Committee Klks desiring invitation*, in blank, for the ladies' social to be given Friday. May 1, can get them by applying to the committee, which consists of Dr. L. S. Keller. John W. Snook, W. W. Houghton. George Mowl, Joe Marsh mid lleorge S. Town. Keaoratiag OBoe The office of the Pacific Coast Steam ship < o at the corner of Hroadwav and 1 Second avenue is being renovated and put in good sha|ie for the summer busi u>"?>. New linoliuro will be put on the j iloor. a new counter nut in, the room p:i|>ered and the wood work painted. Rwro Old Stock Manager Gage of the Tack Train - I mil hu.s received a large consignment, on the Ikilphin, of rare old Hermitage .mi! Kellogg whiskies. They are the best, genuine, aged, mellow and pure. The liest |?-ople in the city patronize tlie Seattle Saloon. It serves only the liest of everything. Iluudreds of eyes read the advertising colunmsof the Alaskan each day. They scan these columns closely. Business meu do you want results? We have the pro|?er medium. Phone IN for the man with the rate canl to call. tt> carry H. B. A M. readv-to-weer r?llnr-mtit? wlU F R. Clavsn* h ' o MAY GET IT Names Suggested to Serve on Committee Then) Is considerable interest man), felted in the selection of a committee to represent this city at the presidential reception at Seatt le on Ma.v 22. The names of A. R. Newell ami J. O. Price, two prominent Skagwayans, were sug gested yesterday for |iositions on the committee. It was pointed out that both of these gentlemen would probably he on the Sound at the time of the president's risit, and that lioth are well qualified to speak of the conditions of the North and to suggest what may be desired by the people here. Other Alaskan citizens are naming committees of three to be present on that occasion ami it is probable that Skagway will do likewise. HAS A MAN Juneau Has a Candidate for Fair Commissioner. Juneau has a candidate for the posi tion of commissioner to manage the Alaskan exhibit at the world's fair to be held in St. Louis next year. The aspirant i? |T. It. Sheppard. United States customs officer. READY TOR SPRING AatrlMB Tailor* Prepared to Mwt DtiMid for Mod's Clothing. The American Tailors are prepared as never before to meet the demand of spring suitings. They have u com plete line of spring goods that has just arrived, togetner with some of the l>e?l trousers patterns ever exhibited in this or any other city. The goods are all flmt class ami of the latest fashion. This house has also just added an other tailor recently from a fashionable city tailoring establishment. All suit* guaranteed. 4-14-2w The leading barbershop and baths. The Principal, opposite Hoarti of Trade. Portland House furnishes comfortable rooms and 25 cent baths. Fifth avenue. The Royal Laundry cannot be ex celled. They suit your taste and con venience and fit you in prices. Phone 97, next to electric light plant. Fresh oysters at the Pack Train Res taurant. Spring chicken at the Pack Train restaurant. I cannot tell a lie, we must make a little profit. Clayson & Co. Announcement ! We have just received a large and swell assortment of Men's Fine Clothing1, new in style and pattern. The self-retaining front, with the way the shoulders are built and the collar made to fit would be a good model for any merchant tailor. They are of the Adler & Sons' and H. S. & M. makes, hence no fur ther recommendation is necessary. F.H. CLAVSON & CO. ALL READY Eagles' New Hall Has Been] Renovated. The carpenters and paper hangers have completed the work of renovating the Kagles' hall In the old Pacific hotel building mo that it will be read.v for the regular meeting tonight. The Eaglea now have a home that will do credit to a lodge in uny town *in the country. It is the purpose of the lodge to repair the building down stair* that the ?tune may be rented. law lag W?it*d I would like to take some Hewing to do at home. Can make skirts or do any kind of plaiu stewing. Mrs. Bar. el Karrell, Corner 10th and Broadway. Streugth and vigor come of good food, duiv digested. "Force," a ready to-serve wheat and barley food, add* no burden, but sustains, nourishes, invor ate*. Our annual sale is now on, beginning Januarv 1 and ending December 31 of each vear. ThisLsoursixth annual sale, the prices and values during this sale are the same as before, always the best that can be had. P. H. Claynon & Co. The Coal Situation The B. C, Mines Closing Down. By July 1st a Complete Tie Up U Prob able. Now is your chance to got in your summer supply of Coal. April 15th SCREENED AND SACK ED WELLINGTON Will be $13.00 per ton Delivered Remember our Co?l is THE BhST on the market, It Is $12.00 now? April 15th it will *x> #13.00. Shaw & Johnson, Phone II. Moore's Wharf Agenu THE GROWTH OF OUK STOCK has oot been in quantity alone. Qual ity has improved at even a greater rate. Wo have studied the requirement* of our customers and arc able to Hell them just the kind of JEWELRY they like at jost tho prices they like to day. Pet ideas of ours are sacri tided to do this. These offerings are remarkable in many ways. Thero's beauty, novelty and quality In these good*. P. E. KERN, IKAQWAT. milA MISS ADAMS. Milliner and Dressmaker At Ihe Residence of Geo. E Howard, Third Avenue HINT'S STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS Of to* Aluka Scenery from n?0UlTea m?il? wild tho bsat telM Leu mm, are ON SALE SKAOWAY NCWa CO. PIONEER GIQAR STORE And Still They Keep Coming ! Another big load of Dry Goods just reoeived per City of Seattle, in cluding- : Walking Skirts, Silk Waists. Silk Petticoats, Sateen Petticoats, Wash Waists. Wash Dress Goods, Millinery. Children's Dresses, Wrappers, Challies Our Ladies' Suits will arrive about I the 17th of this month. The B. M. Behrends Co. G-EO. BLANCHARD. Mauager. While Pass X Yukon Rome THROUGH LINE FROM Skagwav to Atlin, White Horse, Biq Saimon Dawson and Yukon River Points During the open season of navigation on ihe Yukon river which extends from the middle of Vav to the middle of October, the British Yukon N;r. i or -.ti'atners ronnep'dlrecil/wlth the trains at White Horse, giving a dally nervice to Stewart river. Dawson, etc. Special steamers make regular runs from White Horse to Hootaiinqua ant! Dig Salmon mines Connections made ut Daw?on f*'- nil Lower Yukon river po n< ine iding St. Michael and Nome. Toro igh connections made ut < ferlbou with the Company's lako MMmin f'-r Ailin. I'aku and Golden (iate mining camps. * - . THE WINTER ROUTE SERVICE During the winter season when navh'at.lon ? ? " ft, il.iily train* will rootluue running between Skagwav and Whltehorse A Through Mail. Passenger and Freight Service Will Br Main tained By a Thoroughly Equipped Stage Line BETWEEN WHITE HORSE AND DAWSON Leaving Whltehorse every Wednesday and Saturday, -witfc jomfortaMe roadhouies at convenient points enroutc For Information relative to Passenger Freight and Tc!egra|>h:rnies. apply Uj any agent of theccompanv, or U/J A. B. NEWELL. V. P. 4. G. M. SEATTLE RAINIER BOHEMIAN BEER^g^ AT THE Seattle Saloon Corner Sixth A?e. and State HERMAN mm, Prop. *SBS8Beae??M8rarc**w*V4V?''<> R0YHL | Steam Laundry* | j AU Work Guaranteed. Short ? Order* Promptly f Doue ' PHONF 7<t / Messenger Will Call ann Deliver f Baths In Connection \ Private Rooms for Ladies. ? STEAM HEATED. $ < lBHWWffWfl1Y^nTff*r',iTiltr^-ti'TiT*-TiTtTr < ? Hiillurd Parlor Headinn and Writing Room j ? ... ? SPACIOUS CLUB ROOM ? f f 9 ?' m. ? ,CIiKVK JS ^ LL, Proprietor Largest hr J Best Appointed Resort for Gentlemen ? . >i ' a\ In the North I The Ict&ho Liquor House CORNER rUIRD AND BROADWAY, '? The Woheer.Fajmjly Liquor Store of Skagway EST A BLISli ED 1891 plr<Sct Iiu^jprtors of Foreign and Domestic WINES. XTQPORS AND CIGARS ; AGENTS FOR A. B.C. and SKAGWAY BREWERY'S BOTTLED BEER Private ! looms For Families ? Special Attention to Oiders for Fumiiy (Jse. Telephone 59 i| I looms 50 Cents Per Nijfht First Class Bar In Connection ^ I 1 Pioneer Restaurant GREIG NEILSON, Prop. j Meals 60 Cents ^ ^ Trains Stop For Dinner BENNETT, B. C. i ? ...