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Soldiers Play Close Game if Has- ball The picked Kwhtill team from Com pany I wont down to defeat t>e fore the knrr m a\ iug power* of the boys from < ?>i i|>uii> M. y??rterday afternoon: but it ?.i* not until after 11 hard played inning* had resulted In a tie that the I i n i pluvnl out. At the end of the ninth inning the /aiue ?u a tie, and i:. ? liitli aiHl 11th showed no progress ?>:i I'ilher ?ije. In the 12th, Potter'* 1 ui-iii. which had done effective work then, jjaveout and Company M hit i. ' for eight runs and followed that Ih |i : ? : 1 1 1 uu< t ler goo?e egg up to the I i>'i\ Tin score at the Hnish wm 21 to l.> in favor of ( oiupany M. 1 \n (? i- pitched a tine ?ame for Coot* | mux I until he went to piecea in the 12th mi :ii).' liowe Mas tirst in the boi \I : he shut the I team out in the I .1 : 111 . l>ui iii the second and third I ? ti vhed for nine runs. But for ? ii. .-i >st ly rrrors in the ninth this v. Inn. given Company I the game. m .is put into the Iwt for M in tli< ..ui-th inning, and he handed out in one, two. three l.'tli. Potter's arm weakened, with a number of errors, net ? '.my M eight runs, a lead that :<si their opponents, who got .. 'tiiet- l>i_- cipher, giving Company 'I iv hottest tint of a season i ii cord Time of game 2 hours and (?> minutes. The game by innings: 1 j ; I li 7 s -I 10 11 12 Total \ o": ! 1^4 II II x 21 I.. . ..0 -I ?*? o ? o III! ? II I) 13 WW SuiTf Out ill li-'sw Than Five De)'f?. \Yl I V** Mage arrived at White* , \ morning at 7:30, ha*- 1 I.- tl H i;, out in the reraarlca- ! iivk'i:a of (our anil a half day*. :--?m had *i\ pamcngers and the, l>.i? ->n mail. r?r*v? 1 P*rty M ^ iMmi Ward +*Mgirm afar# w . t : \ Ut*t night. at the pleasant I 1. mother. Misa Mildred >? ? iv, Monday to spend the summer ? ili-l .. ?nd l.idjr Humpus, at t'arl alsmt a ikwen of her young l> ?.iant to invitation, asaem - ?>-:it a pleasant evening with ^ames and haTing a good j K> irv-hiuenta were ?erved late j \ . . and liefore the approach ??ic lie ir of midnight, all bid mi . hontev* farewell, and In a pi- a*ant summer Fr?? C.mcart at tk? Pack Trml ? - i mammoth phonograph at MlM e?|uiped with > nv ril* and a big horn that r tin in. imc it, clear a? it comes ,i- prima*, hands, choir*, . : m ? ehMM and an end -- v \ ? other sources of melodv. . -? : i[iniv,sl phonograph m It vlU nigntly furnish a h r that ha* erer eLse w i . i , en heard in Alaska. ith* iuthecitv at the Principal 1, l? ? SI p. Opposite Hoard of Trade. I'll. ? ti. -? |?rvelain hath U'bet at the i wrbmbopk opposite "he I h Mill Ol Tl'iulf. >- itt Saloon i? a thoroughly re - - i ? iM>- l<*man'* report, rlne ? i toll - *e?l with ewy gla?t of beer. I ( ynu want to he well informed on li;i|>l?-ninsfH "iit^rihefor the IHuly Alaskan. V'hone l!?. | ClK Cburchcs | CATHOLIC. Early Mass, at 9 a. m. High Mans, at 10:30 a. m. Sunday school, at 2:30 p. in. Lecture anil Benediction, at 7:30 p. m. Rev. Father Colbert will officiate ami ' preach at thr early Ma*.* anil In the mnlif. On week day* Mass at 9 a. in. All are cordially invited Father I'. H. Turnell, S. J. ST. SAVIOUR'S KPfSCOI'AL. St. Saviour's church, State street anil Eighth avenue. First Sunday after Easter. Holy Communion. s a. m. Morning prayer and sermon, 11 ft. t". Evensong and sermon. 7:30 p. in. Sunday school. 2 p. m. Morning topic. "The Divine Shv|> herd." Evening topic.? "The Apostolate of St. Matthias." All are cordially Invited. Rev. James G. Cameron, Rector. MKTHOPIST EPISCOPAL. Corner Fifth areuue and Main street. Sunday school . at 1 - : 1 ?"> p. m. Song aervice, 7 p. m. Morning subject . "Purifying ami Refining. " Wiliuot Whit He kl, D. P.. Pastor. PRKS1IYTKRIAN. Morning worship, 11 u. in. Sunday school, 12:15 p. iu. Morning topic. -"An Excellent Pule for Everyday Life." Evening Subject. "Spi-cial Kvange listie Meeting." All are cordially invited. Per. James Thomson. Pastor. SALVATION ARMY. Everybody is invited to attend the 3 p. m. Holiness meeting, at the Salva tion Array. Salvation meeting at * p. m. every night during the week, except Tuesday ami Friday . E. Darrach, Knsign. P. Sutherland, Lieut. PKN1KL MISSION. Meeting* every night at * o'clock ex cept Monday. Pible reading every day at 10 a. in. Sundays at H a. m. Meeting In the Scandinavian lan guage Sunday 3 p. m, A cordial invetation extended to all. Our annual sale is now on, beginning January 1 and ending December .'tl of each year. Thisisoursixth annual sale, the prices and values during this sale are the saiue as before, always the best that can l>e had. F. H. (.'lay son <V t'o. The best meal in Whitehorse i>. at the Arctic I'afe. An1# h 1 1 . ? in t'l f ol I p! a : ' . The Arctic Cafe, WhitehorM'. May Delineator and patterns. At Ladies' lia/aar. R.W.JENNINGS. Attorney at-L?w Office: Poom 7. Pailroad Building I Whitehorse \ Hotel? Whiteborce, Y. T. New Management Refurnished Throughout. First Class in Every Respect Fined Cafe in the Northwest K. B. McLELLAN. Manager ? ?)@@@a@eMKiiieeee?w ??9S j I Palace Hotel | ? ? ? First Aveou* Bmw ceo Madison and Marion Seattle, Washington Special Attention Is Given to the Comfort of Alaskan Guests New Building and New Furniture M. S. MOREHOUSE, Prop. SKIN HUMOURS Instantly Relieved and Speedily Cured by Cuticura. Complete treatment for every Humour, consisting of Cuticura Soap, to cleanse the skin of crusts and scales, and | soften the thicken ed cuticle ; Cuti cura Ointment, to instantlyallay itch ing, irritation and inflammation, and soothe and heal ; and Cuticura Re solvent Tills, to cool and cleanse the blood. A Sin gle Set it often sufficient to cure the most torturing, disfiguring skin, scalp and blood humours, ec zemas, rashes, itchings and irrita tions, with loss of hair, from in fancy to age, when all else fails. Millions Use rmcr** so?r. aanlatnd kj ccrri trt* oint ment. f"r pr?a*r?lng. purify la* and N-au'lff Ib( tbr akin. fur rlranalng tlx acalp of <iuat% ?ralra. and dandruff. and tba ntopplng of tall lo( hair for tuftaolng wbltrnlng ami ao.iblnt red, rvng'i and aor? hauda, for l?abj raahra, llrblng* ?nd ftrltattnna. and fur all ItH- pur* (nim of t b? tolM. balb. and oirwrr. Million* of Woni.n ua? ? *i *11 1 t 1 m a Soar In th? form of tat ha for annojlnf Inflammation*. chafing. md<1 tirorlntluoa, or tow frrt or offrulir paraplra Hun. In lb* form of waabn for ukeritlfr wraknaa*'*, and for man? aanntlv*. nntlacptt pu/ponra wbK-b raadtl; anggrat tbaniaa!*** i utlcura Soap. Olntuirnt and Pllla ?>ld through. Out the wurld Hrltlah D.'Ik/' 21 ^ Chartrr b. u. N London. krroft Daout: 5 Kim da la rati. Parla I'liTTEB 1>?IXJ A.xti I'Ua Comr . itola Prop*.. C. 8. A. Notica of Stockholder*' MoetioK Uftice ot Bnijifirer Mining I '?>. To the stockholder* ot the Enftlntet Min ing Company: Hifjse take notice that the annual meet ing of th# sto.kholders ot the Knginwi Mmlng Comp-nv will be hel I .it the ? tti.r ?f the company, in the dtv of Sk igw iv. District of Al.i<k t, ?>n b turJ.iv the 2^h da; of A rll, 19)), at tooMikk a. m . (m the purpos* of electing director*, and for the irjnsxtion of such other business <t* may properly come before the meeting The stmk tr.mster b.?'ks ot thecomp-nv will he closed >n ThursJ .v, the 2 1 1 d < v '<1 April, ig>), at 6 p. m , and will rem in cl iv J until Mo>d<v. tho 27 h J v ol April, 141). it to o'clock J. m. Bv crJeref the BoarJ of U recfrs Oscar (? rd, t*ecretary. L)jteJ March 2;ih, | a6 WantiEmplormrut ia Aluak.i Young attorney, now pract icing law in Phlliult'liihia, di tin'M It u'ul l?uslne?>-? or other ?ork in Ala-ska. For informal ion apply, at the ortlce of tho Daily Alilskan WANTKD FAITIIFIL I'KI'.SdN to travel for well established house in few counties, calling; on retail merchants and agents. lineal territory. Salary 41024 a year anil fXueieteN.payahle ?l!?."o a week in cash anil expense* advanced. Position permanent. Uusines* successful antl rushing. Unclose vlf-aiklrewtl envelope. Standard House, ^100 < ax ton llldg.. Chicago, 111. A rilMti PIPE OR A j ' "" ~ ' J i 1 i } ?ggCIGAR HOLOtH|5? \ Will Make a Splendid ? j Birthday Gift * I have them In? MEERSCHAUM and FRENCH BRIAR : ? And Many Other Varieties \ Tony Dortero ? REMEMBER THE NUMBER. |?N HI(OAl)WA) ? 4 1 ELIAS RUUD, U. S Deputy Land Surveyor U, S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor CIVIL ENGINEER Fifth Avenue, near State St., Skajrway, Alnaka I Pallet) House' Foot of Sixth At*. I Most Elegantly Fu Fni shed | HOUSE IN ALASKA Klectric Llfrnta, re" ?- phone. Hot ? and Colt. Water, Porcelain jf liatr. Tubs an Patent float t* on Each Floor Heard or Room By Day Week or Month. Raton Reaoonablo MRS. H. S. PULLEN, Prop ?* ' I Carpets f Matting ?? | Wall Papers HUCS in nil si/.i. "t * 9 ft. to ? 12 x 12 ft. | SPKtUAL THIS WKKK Ruf- S K fled Lac" < unalna. M.patr. ? [I IB I I ? Vj\J uuv ?; I'.V.V.VAViV.V.WjVtVi'. . ......... ... PHIL ABRAHAMS, Agt. j KSTABLIKHED, AUGUST, 1807 1 Loans Negotiated, Rjnt3 Collected Attorney- ? 5 In-Fact for Non-Residents ^ i 4^NOTARV PUBLIC ^ f HlGIiKST REFEKKNCES 1 I ? ? Strict Attention to All liuHlneait lutrustfd A | 515 FOURTH AVE., SKAGWAY | NORTHWESTERN Smelting S Refining Co. PUYKRS or GOLD, SILVER AND COPPER ORES, MATTES, BULLION, FURNACE and CYANIDE PRODUCTS. Krlll^tiiriif a \% 1 1 It 1 at live l?i? > h Alter ICrrrlpl of II rr IwOCATION OK WORKS: h Crofton, Vancouver Island, B. O. J urjr\#\jvn^uw#\ nr, ^urururutrvirLn^b' W.ViV.V.V,V.V.V.V/.V.,.V.'. V WvV.'JUvWW fr | , ESTABUSPKD 1897 ; The Pack Train Saloon ; J 2 Best of WincN Liquor* ami rigum S \ fornv'r Broadway and Sixth Skasrwny, Ala.-ka * V\WA VVAWAWVAVWW S\%\V.V.',WV \'*V. .V?V*?.V. CANT FOOL A GOOD JUDGE SEATTLE BREWING MALT 1 NG CO. SEATTLE, WASH. U.S.A. tkv ___ [He JJ^cot Best Winn, Liquors and Cigar*. Fine Club Room in Connection A. Rel??*rt Proo 3rd and Broadway ? SHIP TOUR RAW FURS 4 ; AND DEERSKIN* TO McMillan fur & woql co. 200-212 Firat Avanu. North. MINNEAPOLIS. MIN^. Alatki fur. a apcclstly. Very lor priced paid. Oulrkca?hTourn?. Shipment! Mid until return! approved, hIim requested. Make trial thlpmrnl. Convince vuunoll. WRITE FOR CIRCULAR*. i Pacific Coast S.S.Co. PIONEER ALASKA LINE. SPEED, SAFETY, COMFORT Seattle, Puget Sound, San Francisco and Southern Porta CARRYING U. S. MAIL City of Seattle * April 24 ( Calls at Vancouver ) Spokane ? * ? April 30 ( falls at Victoria ) ttk. Above Schedule Subject to change Without Notice. L. M. WfFST, Agent PHONE 50. C. D. DUNA \N, Gen Pass. Agt. 10 Market Street, San Francisco, Cal. The Alaska Flyers BETWEEN SKAGWAT, JUNEAU, DOUGLAS, KETCHIKAN. AND SE ATT I E Trao.fcri to VICTORIA ?rd VANCOUVER HUiN/iBOLDT A Dili 28 DOLPHIN M.17 i j FARALL0N DIRIG0 Mny 8 All Steamers Carry U. S. Mall and Alaska Pacific Express I ALASKA STEAMSHIP CO. ELMER FRIEND, Agent. Phone M STEAM EK SEAOLIN Loavcu Skagwav at 8 a. 111. Every THURSDAY of obcIi week ('or Maim-* Mission, Juneau ami Way Porta Alaska Transfer Co., Agfuta, Id Kailroad liuildiofr John F. Dillon, ATTORN KYAT-LAW. Ofllee; Fifth Avenue, near State. j. G. PRICE Attorney and Counsellor Firtli An, N?it to I'ourttiouM Notar.vjuid Stenographer in Ofllee, Skapway, Ala*k.i Th? Daily Alu?Uau bin receirnd an mortment of Plate Text, the very latest type for society printing- It it the fashion. ? ? ? Canadian Pacific Nav.CoJ (LIMITED) Dlrjct Service, No Intermediate} Call, to Vancouver Victoria Transferring to Seatl<e j No Extra Charge April 27 For Sp'.'cd Comfort, Service and i Appointment The#c Twin Screw ! Steamers Cannot be Equaled. For ? Information Write or Apply to If B.DUNN , Airt.. SKAOWAT j ? ' > R. W. CALDERHbAD, FRANK H. HALL Agent ? Gen Mgr., L. & C. Dock. DiwsonJ Whiteh rse I Tin' and M h ? ? ?T* T* * Will leave I^w^r L# * Comfortable [3 " -3 I B I liarge for Dawson Steamer about May 5th Connecting wltli Steamer LA FRANCE tor Duncan *? reck and all point* on t he Stewart River. The Powerful and Light Draft Steamers, LAVELLE YOL'NG and ROBERT KERR FOR THE TAXAXA GOLD FIELDS Landing Freight and Pasv.i^ers within 12 miles of the digging*. ????? MOORES WHARF CO. Termlr.us W. P. & V. Route All South Bound Steamers Arrive and Depart FromThis Dr zk REGULATIONS 190* Warehouses open for deliver} of merchandise from 7 a. m. to 6 p.m. Perishables ONLY delivered on Sunday or at night. All freight shipments destined s.?utl:b>und must be accompanied by a shipper's Manifest (p(|'>'t> can be obtained at the U. S. customs otllce) and must be delivery before i p w. No freight will be re ceived on wharf after this tiour. BAGGAGE? Tolls wili bo collected on Chkckkd Uaooaoe Onlt. No charge for bags aud grips wht n unchecked. The wharf gate will be closed to in public when steamer is nearing dock and will be opened only when passengers have disembarked, Wharfage Tariff can be had on application at office on dock. P. O. Box 17 .. C. E. W Y N N- J Oil N SON, Gen'l Mgr. THE WHITE PASS & YUKON ROU TB. Pacific and Arctiu Railway and Navigation Company*. British Columbia Yukon Railway Company] British Yukon Railway Company, TIMB TABLE. IN EFFECT JANUARY 7. 1901. (Dally Except Sunday.) No. 3. N.B No. 1. N. B. No. 2. S. Bound No. 4. 3 E 2nd class. 1st class. 1st class 2nd class 8 30 p. ra. 9 30 a m. LV. SKAtlUAY AR. 4 30p. m. AR. 4 16a, or. 10 30 " J? So}" " W1^K PA8S " 3 00 " " 210 " * 1140 a.m. 1145 " " LOG CABIN 2 10 ? "100 ?? 12 20 gJHV: BENNETT " " 12 20 p.m. 2 45 " 2 10 " " CARIBOU " 11 .50a.m "10 20 ?? a 40 " 4 30 " AR WH1TK KORSB LV 9 30 " LV, " 7 Ofl ?? Passengers mast be at depots In t ime to have Faggape Inspected and checked. Inspection is stopped 30 minutes before leaving time of train. ISO pounds of baggage will be checked free with esoh full fare tlolra and 75 pounas with each half fare ticket.