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THE DAILY
ALASKAN
CITY OFPICIHL
AUGUST 2, 1908
. PRICE 10 CENTS
RAMPOLLA Will OCT ODI
OF CONTEST
* Leading Candidate For Pontificate Is Losing
Strength and Will Support Di Pietro?
Vanuetelli Second in Balloting
[S|?vial I>i-?|>aUh to Daily Alaakan.)
I tome, An-,'. I. Two ballots have
t? >11 token for Ihf bv tho ta
cml college of cardinal*. W hile Ih#
iv->ult* of the balloting h??e not beeu
mat!'- public. i:.tiM|<olU U known to
hav ' i.> iMilthrmwl \ote? on each
but!"* , bur li?- _<?? fewer ou the lecond ,
tli.tu .. the lirst. mI it i? believed he
will withdraw Monday.
Til.' ti rot I -allot it - tid to have >tood:
Kaiunollu. 25: Vamiutelli, 1-: tiotti.
V ? >? ? .1. ??. with the remainder of
the votes M'utterinK. The tlr*t ballot'
wan taken Friday afternoon.
On the second ballot, which waa
taken today, Rampolla ia said to have
dropped to 20 rut**, and It ia t*li*ved
he will withdraw before his vote ahalt
disintegrate, so tb-M he can throw it la
a body to Cardinal l>i Metro, prefect or
bishops ami regular*.
There has beeu no intimation an to
lb* vote fbr the others oo the secoud'
ballot, but it is generally believed that
both Cardinals Vaunutelli aud Gotti
inmle galus. The former probably
made the greatest gain.
W*l?r I? Siarct
s! .V-ii. water i-? ver> scarce ou all
ihc Kl . i i k o creeks. The tu?n are
laid (>?' on lionanza ami KMorado until
the rain fall* *fhe present warm
? eath.-r ?* \ ?? r v detrimental to tht
mining Interests.
He?t M '?l la A'xkt t?r :IJ C??lt
is w > i d the Merchanta' Lunch
n Hum 1 i'"'. tnm ii:3t)a.
in. tw - p. iu.
St< ?.>n hat ? at I 'layson's.
PrlaMM May Wmm Ah*. J
| The Princess May passed Haines
itboul a mile ahwad of thie City of Seal
1 tie Friday. The boats Teft Skagway
I together aiKl there were signs of a race (
being on when the boats went down
: the canal.
Bmi-4 of Tr?d? Uh
Commutation tickets at the Board of , [
Tra?le Cafe, M.50 for ?T>.
Gel prices at Koyal Laundry for ' g
'amily work, special rates In rough I
Jry, next to new electric plant.
AB O "BEERS
Famous the World Over? Fully Matured.
Order from Hlua A Kawrch
# 11
The Ladies' Bazaar*
Leaders In fancy IHckwtar
Silk Feather Bone Collar Foundations
Midget Collars and Ping Pong Ties
Choice Neckribbons
Shoestring Belts
Novelty Buttons and
Shirt Waist Sets
<c
list
VP
An Immense Line of
Men's Shoes
All New In Style. Popular in
Price and Good In Quality jP,;
F H CIaysoii & Co
? JUU U.I J ?- .u J Jfi
*$!> Broadway and Fourth Ave.
V! %
NOT SO BADt
fatalities at Portland l^era
Thau Expected.
Special Dispatch to Dally AlaiVah'.}
Portland, Ore., Aug. 1.? Only two
Mrsons are know? to be dead iu a re
mit of the Morrison street bridge disas
ter aud only tix more are missing, *o far
a known. The oonfuslon Was to great
ollowing the accident and the precipi
tation of the throng that was on the
>rldge Into the water, that cAnsid*r
ible wild speculation wan Indulged In
is to the louse*. Kverybod\ In the
ilty, who oould not ire mediately locate
k relative or a friend, assumed that
hey jisd gone to the bottom of the
ft'lilawelte.
The two dead, whose bodies have
?een recovered were:
LOTTIE CAMERON, aged 1(5.
KDWARD SHANK, aired 13.
Several of the one hundred or more
ujured will die.
The river Is lielng dragged for the
uitslng bodies.
TWO fiO
'a^oa ami Yukooer Sail for
Dawflbl.
Special Dispatch to Pally Alaskan.]
Whitehorse, Aug. L? The Casca
ailw! at 7 o'clock and the Vukoner
A ft.
The Dawson will arrive tomorrow
light and will sail Manday night.
The Selkirk was to sail tonight from
)awson.
Wanted? Girl to do general house
rork. Apply at this office.
Boys' lisle thread bicycle hose, 2.1?
ier pair, at W. H. llobertsou's. tf
THE
'ack Train Restaurant
Will Serve Today
FrenchDinner
From 12 dooq to 8 p. m.
EVERYTHING THF BEST
IN IDE MARKET
Regular Dinner, 50c.
TEA, COFFEE or WINK ami
ICE CUE AM
EREE WITH DINNER
Spring chicken and Eastern ovstrrs
A the Pack Traip restaurant.
Simpson's
Shoe Store ?
for. Broadway anil Fourth St.
[it?i ItMrhdl a Complete Line of the
Celebrated
t S. GOLD COIN SHOE
In Itels. and Hliicher l"ut?
$4.00 a PAIR
Vnd a Complete New Line of
Mens' Dress Shoes
Everything For The
BABIES
Kursiu* Bottles, Nipple*, Rattlers and
Condensed and Prepared Foods
Dur Stock Is Always Clean and Fresh
Our Prieea the Lowest
Kelly & Co.
DRUGtSTS
JKAGWAY DAWSON NOME
Why bake your own f
bread when you can f
get it hot from the J
oven on every after- j
noon ?
?B&ss Bakery* I
0ft. JORDAN AND KlTCIIto
AGREE ON PLAN
Three Salmon Hatcheries To Be Owned and
ui> v . fiff
Operated By Government Will Be Rec
ommended?Urge Building Soon
(Special DUpatch to Daily Ala*an.]
Seattle, Autf. 1,? Both Dr. David Starr
Jonlan and Col. Kutchln, siwcial ?#ent
In chaiye o f the Alankan flttherlea, will
recommend the Immediate establish
ment of three government aahnon
hatcheries along the Alaskan qoant.
This will relieve the packers of all re
sponslbility (or the hatching capacity
of the hatcheries maintained (or the
replenishment o ( the yearly salmon
supply. The plan is (or the govern
ment to lurnish each packer with 10
(ry (or each fish taken, the packer* to
pay enough to cover actual cost o(
maintain# hatcheries. They will urge
the building o( the hatcheries this year.
IN CUBA
Revolution Breaks Out in
Newest Republic.
(Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan ]
U avaiiu, Aug. 1.? An attempt l? be
ing made to bring on a revolution in
the province of Santiago. So far it
it ha* amounted to little. In a light
with the rural policc the most influen
tial leader and three men were killed
The government believe* Uierc will be
no further trouble, but troop# are be
ing mobolized near Santiago. Presi
dent 1'alma says that the government
will be in condition to cope with any
disturbance that might arise.
Um A|kl?t
The jury in Judge Rogers' court I
gave a verdict for the plaintiff in the
case of I<ane against Sewell on a prom
issory note late Friday night, io 'he
sum of W5. The defense was that
there had been no consideration for
note. Notice of au appeal to the dis
trict court was given.
Lmi
White silk fan at Maecabee dance,
Monday night. Kinder will please
leave at this office and receive reward.
i'asse-Partout Winding Outfits, all
oolors, at Case A Dra|>ers.
Fresh taffy at the floss Bakery
Most reasonable, far the liest, New
Arctic t'afe, Whitehorse, Y. T.
AFTER HIM
Fonr More Indictment*
> '
Against Mnchen.
[Special Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.] |
Washington, Aug. 1.? Four more in- 1
dictweut* have been returned against I
Machen (or fraud and conspiracy in the
postoffice department.
GET IT BACK ,
Tie sury Depart m nt Fa
vors Caunerymen.
[S|>ecial Dispatch to Daily Alaskan.]
Washington, Aug. l.-Tho treasury
department has made a ruling which
allows a drawback for all duplet paid on
salmon caught In foreign waters canned
by American packers for the export
trade. It U bel iered the order will be
of assistance to Southeastern Alaskan
and Puget sound cannerymen.
for Sal*
.10-horse |>ower boiler. Inquire of J.
II. Tanner. I mo
Gold and silver tinsel paper at Case
& Draper's.
Most popular, best equipped, New
Arctic Cafe, Whitehorse, V. T.
Are You Going to Drive a Well ?
We Have What You Want Id
WELL PIPE, FORGE PUMPS, ETC.
Tin anil Oraniteware? Kverything You Need for the Kitchen ? At Right Prices
See Us (or Paints and Oils
I Dement & Gearhartl
PRANK BISHOPRICK
? Wholesale Fruits and Produce
COMMISSION MERCHANT
Topa-Topa Oranges, San Diego Lemons,
Fresh Ranch Eggs and Fancy
Burbank Potatoes
H roadway near Depot Telephone 115
ONE AND ONE-HALF RATE
f# SEATTLE
Steamship Companies Will Carry People to
Trans-Mississippi Congress and Return
For $45.00. Good for 30 Days
Alaskans who want to attend the |
Trans-MUtsisaippi congress, which con
venes in Seattle, August 18, will have
an opportunity to make the trip there
at reduced rates. The Alaska Steam
jshlp Company and Pacific Coast Steam
ship Company, yesterday decided In Se^
attle to issue round trip tickets from
Hkagway and other Alaskan |>olnts,
good for 31) days from issuance, for one '
fare and a ha> f. These tickets are only
good for the straight trips ami not for
stop overs at way ports.
The above was the substance of a tel- j
C|jrani received last night by Agent |
E. A. Friend, of the Alaska Steamship
Company, from Oeneral Manager
Charles K. Peabody.
The telegram further stated that .the
tickets Southbound would only be In
surd on the following strainers and
dates sailing from Nkagwuv :
Dolphin, August U.
Seattle, August 13.
Iiumholdt, August l?i.
There is no restraint placed on those
who desire to purchase tickets. Any
one can travel on this special induce
ment rate.
This is the first time that a special
round trip rate has ever been made,
but a.s the Trans-Mississippi congress
1* regarded as of much importance, the
two companies deemed it a proper time
to make a new precedent.
For Rant
Larye furnished front room, with bay
window, on ground floor, centrally lo
cated. Terms reasonable. Enquire of
George E. Howard, Third Avenue.
First clas? in evetj respect? New
Arctic Cafe, WMtehorte, Y. T.
Sho??! Shoes! Sho?!
Just received a line line of gents',
ladies' and children's shoes. Prices
most reasonable, at W. H. Hobertson's.
The finest porcelain bath tubs at the
Principal barbershop. Opposite the
Board of Trade.
f (sXs XieXsXsW?^^ 5
Gold
I?a synonym of Alaska and whenever
an; reference fa made to a real, live, up
to date DRUG STORE, it Is coneeedtd
that ALASKA posseses only ONE and
that located In onr home city SKAG
WAV. A Drue Store th an Immense Mock of Fresh and Pore
Drugs, Latest Htationery, new supply of Gunlher'n Famous Candies
and Breath let* (latest out).
Our Motto? Polite and Courteous Service to Our Patrons.
Prorart Delivery of All Orders.
GOLD wakes us think of Alaska and Alaska presents us with a cor
dial invitation to purchase all our drugs from
Wm.Brltt
The Druggist
Just a Few Doors from the Postofllce.

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