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THE DAILY "-jjjjjir ALASKAN
CFTY OFPICIWLPHPER N ? !??:> VOL VL ~ 3KAGWAY, ALASKA, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 20, 1908 PRICE 10 CENT8 Che new Spring Shirt Ulaisis Raw flrriwl The Ladies' Bazaar L. A. HARRISON, Ladies' Summer Un? derwear a Specialty Silk Gloves 65 Cents a Pair Cotton Gloves 40 Cents a Pair FRANK BISHOPRI6K Whole??le Fruits and Produce COMMISSION MERCHANT Topa-Topa Oranges, San Diego Lemons, Fresh Ranch Eggs and Fancy Burbank Potatoes Broadway near Depot Telephone 115 '?'?jnsX^\S?s)?0?6?ro!WsX!)<8ttWi^^ fancy Leather goods If You Are Looking For the Very Latest Id Purses, Pocketbooks, Wrist Bags, Wal lets, Card Cases, Traveling Cases and Fancy Leather Goods ? You Will Find It At .Wm.Britt f ^ The Druggist . cw&rnrosHxcinsrim^^ lf yo.i n:<nJ remaining Ir Whitehorw rith?T for a .?hort or looff wrtod li will pjy you to patronize too well know 11 autl popular Dominion hotel ^ ? WHITEHORSC T. T. Where You t an Get the Best Fifty iVot Meat in Town Speslal Accommodation* for Families NO BAR Be?I*, v- 1 r ii jht. Single Roouia, $1.00 W. .1. GIBBONS. I'roprielor. J r Kelly 4 Co. Druggists and Chemists SKAQWAY, DAWSON. NOME ? If You Are (ioiac to the Tanaoa \V?lt and Huy Your Good* From? ? The Old Reliable Firm of * UJhitmy $) Pedlar * General merchandise Ulbittbcro, y. C. Sarc jou all trouble with cuatom* officers. Wo iruaraDlee our price* to be a* low an the lowest Go to the Daily Alaskan for job printing. MANY IN WhitelioN3 Arrives With 75 Passengers. [Special Dispatch to Daily \Uikan.] ! Whitehorse, Juno 19.? The Whlto i horse arrived from Dawson at 7 o'clock ; this evening with 76 passenger* for Skagway. The passengers will take | the morning train I The Canca will arrive from Dawaon tomorrow in time to take on cargo and passengers and sail on the return trip In the evening. The Dawaon and the Columbian will arrive here before the train will leave Monday. The Columbian was at Stew art veaterday evening and the Dawson at Selkirk at 2:30 this morning. The Selkirk left Dawson at 10:30 last evening. The Canadian arrived at Dawson yes terday afternoon. Q!*aa?r Co an m and Oom Caribou, Jnne 19. ? The Gleaner, ' which arrived from Atlin at 4 o'clock this morning with 12 passengers, sailed on the return trip with 50 passengers at 7 o'clock this evening. She had a full cargo of freight. AT HAINES Eagle Will Scream at Mis siou oil Fourth. Haines U going to celebrate the Fourth of July lo a big way. The citi zens have raised toOl) for the celebra tion anil thing* are going to loom. | The committee will hare special races among the Datives. One of the attrac- ' . tions will be the race of the large war canoe* of the different clans. The purses will be quite large. Special ex cursions will be run between Skagway and Haines. The finest porcelain bath tubs at the Principal barbershop Opposite the Board of Trade. Get prices at Royal Laundry for 'amily work, special rates in rough iry, next to new electric plant. Drapery silks, art denims and silko- 1 lines, at the Ladies' Baxaar. tf ... ... _ . . Simpson's Shoe House* Cor. Broadway and Fourth St. skaowayTexclisive MENS' SHOE STORE If in need of Footwearcall and examine ' window display and get prices You Are Sure to Find What You Want ? | Why bake your own !; bread when you can j ;gget it hot from the * II oven on every after noon ? ?Bess Bakery* j Whitehorse Hotels* Whitehorse, Y. T. New Management Refurnished Throughout. First Class In Every Respect Finest Cafe In tho Northwest K. R McLELLAN. Manager ? REMItK & MCLEAN ? General Blacksmiths Drftler la Hon.*, Hainua and'AII|KIndi|ofJ81eds OlveOL'^-JCall SKAOWAV SALOON MEN iGEI NOTICES FROM BOYCE District Attorney Says He Means Business Will Use His Best Efforts Toward the Enforcement of Law Tho special from Juueau that appear ed Id the Dally Morning Alaskan, Thursday morning, to the effect that District Attorney J. J. Boyoe had be gun a crusade for the enforcement of the law, was verified yesterday when Deputy Marshal Snook received for service notices addressed to each of the holders of saloon licenses in Skagway, calling attention to certain section* of the laws in the code of civil procedure aud the criminal code of Alaska, which the district attorney declared It to be his purpose to enforce. Tho notice reads as follows: "Your attention is called to the fol lowing provisions of the lair* of Alaaka to l>e found in Section* 4tW, 467, 4<Jtf, 470, 47(1 and 47H of the Code of Criminal Procedure, and Sections 141 and 152 of the Penal Code, copies of which sec tions are hereunto attached and made a part of this notice. "You are hereby notified that this ulNce will use every endeavor to enforce these provisions and to prosecute every |>erson guilty of a breach thereof. "Steps will he taken to annul the license of every |>erson who violates the law, or abuses his privilege under hi* license, and this ofllco will actively op pose the renewal of a license for the ensuing year, to every applicant who ha* or may continue to disobey the laws of the United State* In foice In thU dis trict." Attached to each notice U a circular in which li printed the text of the sec tions referred to. Among the sections which it is pro posed to enforce are those providing that liquor shall not be sold to minors; that minors nor females shall be em ployed or permitted about the premises where liquors are sold; that the saloons shall be kept closed on Sunday. The section applying to Sunday clos ing is the one that is causing most of the agitation. It provide* as follows: "That if any person shall koep open any store, shop, grocery, ball alley, billiard room, or tippling house, for purpose of labor or traffic, or anv place of amusement, on the first day of the week, commonly called Sunday or the Lord's day, such person, upon convic tion thereof, shall be punished by a fine not less than li nor more than >50. Provided that the above provisions shall not apply to the keepers of drug I stores, doctor sho|?, undertaker*, livery j tlable keepers, barbers, butchers and bakers, add all circumstances of neces sity and mercy may be pleaded in de fense, which shall be treated as ques tions of faot for the jury to determine, when the offense Is tried by jury." Com** With Stock The old Iron hulk Henrietta, In tow i of Kscort No. 2, arrived In port y ester- ( 1 ilay noon with a load of stock. She ? brought 124 head of steers, 250 sheep t and 50 hogs for the Pacific 'Jlld ?Stor- ' age, and 5 horses for the MacCauley ' i Bros., of Dawson. 1 A. B. Exourmion Tomorrow Tomorrow morning: at 9 o'clock the Vira Rial, Capt. Hunting, will leave J Moore's wharf with his Arctic Broth- 1 erhood guesta for an excursion to . Haines. The ??oat will be well equipped with ample stores to insure the com- ( pany against suffering from hunger anil ( thirst. All Arctic Ilrothers desiring to ac- j cept C'apt. Hunting's invitation have been requested to report to the Arctic | Hecorder at Bishoprick's commission ^ house today, so that ample arrange- j ments may be ma?'e for their accom modation. Most populur, best equipped, New Arctic Cafe, Whltehorse, Y. T. I Spring chicken and Kastorn oysters j at the l'ack Train restaurant. ' Stetson hats at Clayson's. Rainier Bock Beer, at the Mascot Saloon. Will Ba at A. B. Ball The Arctic Brotherhood hall haa jeen select?d by the Ladies' Guild of It Saviour'* church (or tho reception .hat will be Riven Monday niglt to illsbop and Mrs. Rowo, Mr. Chiliion uid Leo Rowe. There will be a short nusical program and light refr<%h uents will be served. Keller'i orche* ra will render several selections. Plonlo to laili'tn' Cova A picnic party, consisting of about 20 >f Skagway's leading society folk, en oyed a picnic to Smugglers' cove, rhursday evening Most of the party book the train from the depot and went jp to the railroad bridge and walked round to the cove. Later in the even ing the remainder of them took the Ftrovislona for a supper to the cove in a xial. The party returned to Skagway ibout midnight, after a pleasant even ing. Tka Crisis Ovar E. E McDonald, of the Commissary L'igar Store, received on last boat a sholce shipment of clear Havana ci gars, and now has on sale the Manuel Lopez, Li Verdad, Principe de Gales ;igars, uui always carrios in stock the selebrated LaSinceridad and Marguer ite cigars. .It Lunches 50c, 11 a. m. to 4 p. m., New Arctic Cafe, Whitehorse, Y. T. -! Dement & Gearhartl Succerrors to Anderson Hardware Co Hardware, Tinware, Paints, Fishing Tackle, Guns and Ammunition THE RIGHT GOODS AT RIGHT PRICES John Kalem'sDaily Bulletin THE Skagway-Alaska fish Co. WHOLESALE ONLY Capital Stock $75,000.00 We shall be pleased to receive your orders for fresh fish, in large or small quantities. Special attention to interior ship ments. SKAG-WAY FISH COMPANY, Skagway Alaska, P. O. Box 89 John Kalem, the grocer Phone 85. Kret Dellvorv to Any Part of the City. FireCrackers and Giant Cannon Crackers AMERICAN, ENGLISH AND CANADIAN FLAGS Wholesale and IU-tail Chealanders, fifth Avenue, TO JINEAU Bohm Will Be Examined by' District Court. Judge Brown has ordered that Aug ust Bohm, who is charged with insan ity, be taken to Juneau, that his case may be heard by the District court. Dr Runnalls and Dr. Truax examined him yesterday and joined in a certifi cate giving it as their professional opinions that the accused is insane. Bohm believes that he is Adam, the first man. He says that the man he sees in the mountain, whom he recog nized as God, told hint so. Deputy Marshal Snook will go with Tiohm on the Cottage City. STILL DOWN Dominion Wire Snfl'ers From Forest Fires. The Dominiou wire to the states is still down, and will probably continue so for several days yet to come. Forest llres are raising havoc with it. The tires burn the poles down and the smoke is so dense that workers cannot get close enough to the scene of trouble to work. The fires are raging particularly fierce about 100 miles south of Atlin. Cotton Ex pao tad Wit Rtornita Lieut. Cotton, of the artillery corps, is expected up on tho Cottage City to day, with the 27 recruit* who have been assigned to the battalion of the Eighth infantry, stationed in this city. Upon the completion of this service Lieut. Cotton will return to his station at Fort Flagler, Wash. The Royal Laundry cannot bo ex celled. They suit your taste and con venience and fit you in prices. Phone 97, next to electric plane. ICE FOR SALE At the Monogram Liquor House in large or small quantities. 5-1IM f. Fresh'tafly at the Bos* Bakeyy GIVE KIM UP I>i Lnstro Is Believed to Be Dead. The friends of Giovanni di Lustro believe that he has gone not to appear in life again. They have about given up ail hopes for him. It is not now be lieved that either of the men who were seen at Lindeman is di Lustro. None of those who live at Dyea have ever seen or hoard of the missing: man, and di Lustro's friends here believe thai he would not leave without making some arrangements for some one to care for his property. The fact that he left his baggage behind is also suggested as evidence that he has not gone into the interior. PROGRESS Fourth Arrangements Are Moving. The general Fourth of July commit tee met last night and the different committees made partial reports. Everything is moving in a lively man ner, and the full arrangement* aud pro gram, together with the different sub committees and officers of the day, will be announced next Wednesday evening. The Goddess of Liberty contest will be launched Monday, and already tho friends of different ladies are urging their special fitness for the honor. For Sal*. Chaap A first class oak folding bod with a lilate mirror. Inquire at the Mono gram Liquor Iloose. 3t Occidental Hotel Rooms at 25c, 5rtc, ~~K, ll.CO and $2.00 per day, and from $10 to $1-1 per month. John Williams, Prop. Now Lace Curtains at E. R. People*. 1 cannot tell a lie, we must make a little profit. Clayson & Co. Rainier Bock Beer, at the Mascot Saloon. . ?