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THE DAILY ipr ALASKAN
OITV OFFICIAL. PRPBR '? 11 1 , 11 11 11 " - - ! 'a 'i ' h ? ?? ?? r i >i i m JL 3KA6WAY, ALASKA, THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 11. 1W8 PRICE 10 CENTO Che new Spring 'Shirt ttlaists* Raw Jlrrtoetf * Martin Conway * Dress Furnishings Silk. Nainsook and Stockinet Dress Shields. Warren's Featherbone Collar Foun dations. Petes' Hooks and Eyes. Sun Ray Silk and Mercerized Sateen Velvet Sheen. PercaJine and Near Silk Trimmings. <%The Ladies' Bazaar L. A. HARRISON, Manager FRANK BISHOPRICK u holcaale Pruiu aaJ Produce COMMISSION MEPCHANT Topa-Topa Oranges, San Diego Lemons, Fresh Ranch Eggs and Fancy Bur bank Potatoes BroaJ**y near Depot ' Telephone I W Taney CcailKr goods t If You Are Lookioc For the Very Lttret lo Purses, Pocketbooks, Wrist Bags, Wal- \ lets. Card Cases, Traveling Cases I and Fancy Leather Goods You Will Find It At Wm.Britt | The Druggist w ,y. : a *' If you IntenJ rvuminuig In Whitehowe either for t short or long perioj It will pay you to pavrool/** '.io w?il known unu popuar Dominion Hotel ? WHITEHORSC. T. *. When: You < an (let the Beet Fifty iVnt Meal In Town Specie) Acci'iaiuodatloos for Famili** NO BAR IWi, Wo per night, Single Rooms, $100 W. J. tllBUONS. Proprietor , Kelly & Co. Druggists and Chemists SKAGWAY, DAWSON, NOME If You Arc Ujidk to the Taaan* W?lt ?od Buy Your Good* Knjra ? ? The Old Reliable Firm of * mm $i Pedlar * General merchandise Ulbittbom, y.C. S?ve you all trouble with custom* ortloort. We jpi?r?nt?? our prion to be m low u the lowest ' i Go to the Daily Alaskan for job printing. BUYS LOT Will Clajson Makes Auoiher IuYestment Will H. Clayton It one of those mer chant* who ha* the utmost confidence In the future of Skag way.* He proved hit faith yesterday by purchasing the Ledger wood property on Broadway. The tract purchased la a full lot, 50x100 in sise, having a frontage on Broadway of 100 feet and one on Third avonue of 50 feet. There are three buildings now on the lot, only one of which is occupied. B. A. Whalen's curio store is on the cor ner. It is understood that 12500 was the consideration. Lars* CsUt Colls Orate Safely stowed away on the spacious decks of the Karallon last night were four of the largest pieces of freight ever brought north This shipment was the four coils of cable for the new Juneau-Skagway-Halne* connection. Each weighed 17 tons. They arc In the care of Capt Kichardson and will be landed on the government wharf at Haines this forenoon. If Its Diokajr la Prist A recent copy of the Seattle Dally Times contains an excellent portrait of Miss Anna Dickey, formerly matron of the Bishop Howe hospital of this city. The picture Is in a group of the gradu ating class of nurses of Monod hospital of Seattle, of which Institution Miss Dickey U head nurae. Oct ! Orsrlaok This Opportunity The Idaho Liquor House has decided to let their patrous participate in the amount saved by the r ecent reduction of thr license from 11,500 to $1,000 They therefore make the following un procented prices on standard goods. Hunter's Baltimore Rye 11.50 per quart bottle. Henuitage Kye and Bourbon 11.50 per ouart bottle. Yellowstone Bourbon $1.50 per quart bottle. Okl Taylor Bourbon $1.50 per quart bottle. Canadian Club "Walker's" $1.50 per quart bottle. Seagrams, $1.50 per quart bottle. Goorierhain A W orts, $1.50 |ier quart bottle. Dewars, Special Scotch, $1.50 per quart bottle Dewars, Special Liquor, Scotch, ?1.7.1 per quart bottle. Four Crown Scotch, $1.50 per quart bottle. Kelmarnock Scotch, $1.50 per quart bottle. Geneva Square Faced gin, $1.75 per bottle. Plymouth gin, Coatea, $.150 per bottle Boordsold Tom gin, $1.50 p*r bottle. London Dery gin, $1.50 per bottle. Burke.s rum, $1 50 per bottle. Bass' ale, $3 per doz. Guinness Stout, $3 per doz. A B. C. St. Louis beer, $.1 per doz. All liouors quoted at $1.50 per bottle may be had for $15 per case. Bulk whiskey from $2 50 per gallon up, ac cording' to qualitv. Corresponding re duction In dry and sweet wines. Idaho Liquor House, Cor. 3d and Broadway, telephone 59 All orders promptly filled and de livered. , If you want to be well Informed on local happenings subscribe for the Daily Alaskan. Phone 19. Simpson's Shoe House* Cor. Broadway and Fourth St. SMGW?T?XaiJSIVf MENS' SHOE STORE If In need of Koot wear call and examine window diaplay and get prices You Are Sure to Find What You Want IHhy bake your own bread when you can | j get it hot from the i; : oven on every after- 1 i noon ? |*B0ss Bakery# I MMWMWANWMMIMUKIiWt ? REMICK & MCLEAN ? General Blacksmiths Dra'er la Hon ?, Hirn m aadJA'lJKin J?lofJS!eds OiT<OV4afCall ' SKAGWAV CITIZENS NAME A MUNICIPAL TICKET Large and Enthusiastic Mass Convention Se lects Candidates for Counoilmen, School Directors and Municipal Judge CITIZENS' TICXfcT For City Connolls?> n Dm. U S. Kkllkb. W. W, ROUOHTON, W. B. Kino, John Kauoi, J. R. VanClkve, Edward J. Shaw, F. WCLLAND. For Sohooi Dltreion WlI.MAM BRUT, C. B. Haradkn, Howard ashlky. For Mtaltlpal Jade* H. B. Lk Fevrk. They're off. The foregoing ticket wait nominated in a walk at a ma.>w convention of the sltizeus of Skagway held at RIlu' hall last night. Then* was a good atlend ince at the convention and considerable '?nthuilasiii was manifested. None of the ballots showed a close vote. There was considerable interest manifested in .?on test for oouncllmen and municipal judge. The closest contest in the convention watt that over the limiting the number ?f nominees to only one for each office to be filled. The committee on rule* ind order of business reported a pro riso in accordance with the recom mendation of tlie committee ?ailed the convention. An amendment wax offered by Judge Wilcoxen that ten men be nominated for councllmen ind that six be nominated for school di rectors and two be nominated for mu nicipal magistrate. The amendment was last by a safe majority, but as the ?ecretary stopped counting the nega tive votes when one more vote was reached than the number of those vot ing in the affirmative, the vote was an nounced as 46 to 44. A compliment was bestowed upon William Britt and C. B. Haraden, of the school board, and John Kalem, of the council, by renominating: them. None of the other old officials would aoeept a nomination. The convention was called to order by John W. Troy, chairman of the clt- : Ixene' committee, and organised by the election of R. W Jennings as chair man and Elmer Friend, secretary. John W. Troy, N. W. Watson and E E. McDonald were appointed a commit* t tee on rules and order of business. During a temporary reoess John P. ? Dillon addressed the convention in favor of the plan to nominate only one man for each office to be Blind instead of as j heretofore. Judge Wile >xen spoke in opposition to the plan. The committee on order of business recommended the nomination of seven councilmen, three school directors and | one municipal judge in the order ' named. All contests to be decided by j ballot, and a majority of all votes oast j: to be neoessarv to nominate. The I name of the ticket to be "Citizens' Ticket." The report was adopted. The following were placed in nom ination for councilmen, each of whom received the number of votes appearing after his name: L. S. Keller 88 W. W. Boughton A....86 W. B. King V.84 John Kaletn 60 J. R. Van Cleve SO E. J. Shaw 74 K. Wolland ...SC W. H. Cleveland 29 George Mowl 25 J.J. Daly ......22 Thvre were nine vote* scattering. The rules were suspended and F. Wolland was unanimously chosen as the seventh nominee for councilman. J. J. Daly had refused to run. William Britt, C. B. Haraden and Howard Ashley, were nominated for school director* by acclamation, under a suspension of the rales. H. B. Le Fevere was nominated for municipal magistrate, defeating J. J. Rogers by a vote of 53 to 21. John W. Troy, E. A. Friend, W. W. Boughton, Oscar Gard and Cortes Ford, were selected as a central committee to provide for the nest convention. Itlni't Brother H?r? Charles A. Sulier, brother of the brilliant Tammany conififsanian, is in Alaska and at thf property of which he la manager at Sulier, Prince of \V ales ill and. He U preparing to do more work than ever before. Rainier Bock Beer, at the Mascot Saloon. Firtlln Ball* Iratk | The steamer Farallon did not get away until 10 o'clock yesterday fore noon, on account of a slight delay in 1 unloading heavy pieces of machinery. Hhe took out seven through passengers , and quite a number for Haines. Spring chicken and Eastern oysters at tno Pack Train restaurant. r Wo carry a full line of the National Biscuit Co's Goods the finest tfoods in thin line that are on market We also carry Force, Malta Vita, Grape Nut and Presto and all kinds of Rrvakfaat Food* THE Ross- Higgi lis Co. Phi SI Wholes le and Retail i Dement & Gearhartt Succorrora to Anderson Hardware Co Hardware, Tinware, Paints, Fishing Tackle, Guns and Ammunition THE RIGHT GOODS AT RIGHT PRICES John Kalem's PailyBMlletin Breakfast Foods Just received a fresh consignment of the following brands : .. ? ?? ?: - '? Foroe, Malta Vita, Shreded Whole Wheat, Cream of Wheat, Cero-Fruto, . Morning Meal, Cream Flake Oats, Breakfast Q-em, G-ermia. Wheat Ft.rina. All of these Breakfast Foods produces Health, Strength and Vitality John Kalcm, the grocer Phone 86. Free Deltrerv to Any Pari of the City. FireCrackers and Giant Cannon Crackers AMERICAN, ENGLISH AND CANADIAN FLAGS Wholesale and Retail Chealanders, mth Avenue, j LAKE LA BARGE OPENS AND TRAFFIC 10 BEGIN Whitehorse, Columbian and Dawson Will ? Sail Tomorrow? The Latter After Arrival of Skagway Train [special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.] Whitehorse, June 10.? Lake La Barge Is open At least tho Ice is practically all out of the lake. Tomor row at high noon the first boats will leare Whitehorse (or Dawson. The first boats to sail will be the White horse and the Columbian. The Dawson will sail for Dawson Fri day night, after the arrival of the train from Skagway. The Selkirk will prob ably sail Saturday. There may be difficulty experienced by the first boats on acoount of low water. There is not by two feet as much water in tho rivor as there was at this time last year. However, it Is rapidly rising. This morning it was 16) inches above low water at this place. Qlaanrr Sail* Tomorrow The Gleaner will sail tomorrow for Taku upon the arriral of the Skag way train from Skagw ay. It has been announced by the White Pass officials that tho Atlin-bourd passengers should remain in Skngway until tomorrow. Wbltth 'im'i Today The ra!lroad officials announced last night that the passengers for tho steamers Whitehorse and Columbian should leave on the train thi* morning for Whitehorse, as both those boats will leavo Whitehorse at noon tomor row. The Dawson will not loave till tomorrow night, so those who hareae cured tickets on that steamer hod as well remain in Skagway untU tomor row morning. Those who have bought tickets on the Selkirk, of whom there aro many in the town, will be notified in ample time to catch the steamur be fore she will sail. iTTMo*. Ha.ld?-E Capt. Moore has advertlseU for bid* for the removal of the building on Sta:e street in which he makes his residence, to the lot upon which the Pullen house stands. Thai purpose is to use the build ing as an addition to the Pullen house. ICE FOR SALE At the Monogram Liquor House in largp or small quantities. 5-10-tf. Cook W*it*d Woman or Jap wanted to cook and do housework. A steady place for u good person. Good wages. Apply to Ida Williams, Whitehorse, Y. T. 6-3t f Lost? Square locket, with i karat diamond sotting. Initials A. P. S. on back. Twenty-n*e dollar* reward. Sid McDonald, Dewey hotel. 6 ? lw Will Lhii tor Noma R. W. Ledgerwood, who sold hU Skagway property yesterday to W. H. Clayson, will leave on one of the first boats for Nome by way of the Yukon river. Mr. Ledgerwood has been in business at Nome for several year*. Bids Wantid Estimates wanted for moving the Mqore residence from State street to Moore's park, near Pullen house. Bids to bo loft with Captain Moore, at his residence. 6 11 tf. Ocoldsntul Hotal ! Rooms at 25o, 50c, 75c, $1.00 and K.08 per dav, and from U.0 to 115 por month. John Williams, Prop. 1 cannot tell a He, we must make ft little profit. Clayson & Co. Fresh taffy at the Boss Bakeyy.