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fltWN A JKNSKS, ? ? l*CULIS?iIRS JOUN W. TROT, EDITOR frlcpboar No. !*. ?UBjJCIUPTION HATCH. Ou( (Wk. I.UwnJ by carrier.. ih month. l>j mall iVm month#, by m*tl ?U month*, by man ? n* y?? r by ntll. TWO GREAT PAPERS Ot' ALASKA. The two newspa|>er* at Juueau are at war over th<- city printing. One of them mvumm the council's committee on printing of haviug It by letting the contract advertising to the other at the beggarly rate of cent* u line. Intimating that its own Mil. which would have have been lower, was either not asked for or r*fuaed consideration The funny thing about this is that the paper to whom the contract was award ed has gone to booming the memlier of the committee w hom the other accuses of jobbery as a delegate for congress. It's none of the Mining Journal's mill dam business, but it can't help think ing that the concern which intimates a willingness to bid b-ss than cents a Hue for legal advertising, ought to be turned down. It's a good thing for both of them that theirs is not a case of the "survival of the fittest." Ketch ikan Journal. The Ketchikan paper would proba bly be quite severe in Its criticisms of the l>ailv Alaskan, If it knew this pa per was getting but half the rate al lowed the Juneau Kecord- Miner for printiug The Daily Alaskan is now doing the official printing for Skagway under a contract secured of course by competitive bids' providing for 7*> cents an inch for three publications. At 10 line* to the inch this would In' cents per line per insertion. The Juneau |>a |x>r yets cents a line. .KM . .n . is . u> . IK Nutlc* of Uaiktipt S.I. Notice i* In n In ^i* en that on Mon day, the Jlth tla> of August. IHC, at 2 t>. in.. at Awi] '?? iwliw Stalk a\ ruu*> ami Main street. Ska^way, Alait kit, 1 will m'II at public auction to the highest bulkier, for cash, the printing plant ami fixtures iH'lonjjiiitf to the rotate of J- T. llavne. bankrupt, lot J. J- Bt'KNS, '1 ruitee. Hue stationery a- Ska?:?a\ Ni'Wi CU The leading barbershop anil liallis. The Frincipal, opposite Hoard of Trade Lunches *A\ 11 a in. to I p. ni.. New Arctic Cafe, Whitehorse, Y. T. I caunot tell a lie, *?? must make a little profit. Clatsop ,V Oa Karl >v Wilson's collar* and cuff* at Conway 's. Strength anil vi _ >r come of good foul. ilul\ ilinnlnl. ??Force,*" a ready to-serve wheat ami barley fond. :ukU no liurdeu, but sustains. nourishes, invor ate*. The lloyal Laundry cannot lie ex celled. They suit your ta?te ami con venience ami tit \ou in prices. I 'hone t?T. nexl to electric plant. F\ir Collarettes, at Winter*'. tf Our annual ?ale is now on. beginning January I ami ending IH^hiIht 31 of each year. Thislsour'ixth annual sale, thf prices anil Talu* - ilnrinu* thi- suit* art* the name ait before. always the best that can be had. K. II. Clatson ?\ Co "tnder Two flags" 1UK SUMMIT White Pass Hotel Be*l AoGuiiiiiuiiiatioDs fur Traveled BEST WINKS. LigUORSJk OKI ASS ko>l Flnoat Mountain Stioner? FRANK JOYl'K, Proprietor. Ofltc? Hours W (o 12; 2 to * DR. W. R. WILSON, DENTIST 5th ami Stat.' St. ov?*r Wollaml'* Tailor Sho|>. I 'hour 21 Crown Bruise Work a Specialty Will vi?U lltiDi'" i>t K1MDAY, SAT L'RDAY anil SI'NDaY of fadi month ??*?<?>> ?nd dr?-np<U?n n .? !???? ?ly ? fftam ? **r if* ?* ? an iu. ?*??(>? >n p.tni.tMa (n mti.l v o?iWw' ?#nt fr??. lifcUt MOT f fugjMCOftM ??* !?????? UM? thr? rfU Mu*m A Cot ncet* } ?p. ? ?#*#. ???h III C^tlVtk Scientific flmcrican. ?.f ?ni ar.t-1 Mil*. irtt^L T ?rn?? H a ?.?*; f<??r *?>? tlw. |L .-u.4 uy sil wewedwUer^ VIUNN4Co.M,#f^ New YQrt ??%? ?? 9 r ? "VMfiiM'wi v*. Lmtcr K. Ktrkpairick John U. I*ricv Kirk patrick & Price A itorneya- at ? Law 430-32 Lumber Exchange. Seattle, Wn. lUrjtgMWMBMWMWUMWMW^ PERSONAL MENTION 4'AM(WMMW>WniW<MWWWBIB>MW>IWMWNC4l Mrs. J, J. Dah will leave on the Cot tajfe City for an Eastern trip, visiting Duluth, St. Paul and Buffalo, before returning, which will be shortly after the holiday*. Dominick (turns, the Whitehorso and Dawson cattle man, came over from WfcltehofM yesterday, and goes to Seattle today on the Humboldt. B. M. Behrends expects to leave for Juneau today ou the Uumboldt. Lieut. Sutherland, of the Salvation Army corps, li expected to arrive on the HtmboldL Of wD|m to Camp The following party left last in row lioats for Uvea, where they will spend i the night and return this evening: Mr. I ?ud Mrs. Louis McGrath. Misses Mc Konxie, Norma Ask, Florence Haux liurst, Eddie Tholin, Mark I'helpa, Carl I Ask, M. Codding and Geo. Woodruff. Nutlo* to Elks All Klks are requested to attend the I funeral services of the wife of Bro. t harlc* Daniels, at the Catholic church it 10::t0 o'clock this morning. L. S. K KLLF.K, K. 15. CHILI HOT ABllS I* the Latia Word for Cold Foot sad Hot Air. Chi II hot abut, if allow?d to run long enough, is sure to prove fatal, as I have such a heavy dose of It I must away to the spring ami boil some of it out this winter. I see some of my competitors, knowing those who are not afflicted with the dread complaint, want me to stay here thin winter and die. No, my dear boys, I can't ?tay with you. I uiust away to hot springs and the sunny South. I may meet one of you down there and we will return arm in arm early in the spring. Today I will not advertise prices, but you can see them in my show window. Speaking of watches, if you want to know who sell watches at a right price, stop any railroad train man and ask him who broke the high prices on watches and has only one price for all. He will tell you it was . Kkki.au, Broadway Jeweler. | Best M...1 In Alaska fjr 35 C. Have you tried the Merchants' Lunch at Hoard of Trade Cafe, from 11:30 a. in. to 2 p. m. Board of Trade Cafe Commutation tickets at the Hoard of Trade Cafe, S5.S0 for Most reasonable, far 'he best, New Arctic Cafe, Whitehorse, Y. T. Mowt popular, best equipped, New Arctic Cafe, Whltehorse. Y. T. For Rent and for Sale cards for sale at this office. Ordinance i\lo. 33. An Ordinance Repeilln* Section 4, Ar ticle fl, of Ordinance No. 32. entitled: "An Ordinance to Define Misderaean or* and Provide a Penalty Therefor and for Other Purpose*." 8c it ordained by the Common Council of the Town of Skaf way. Section 1, That Section t of Article ?>. of ordinance No 'Si, entitled, "An Ordinance to De line * isdememnors and Provide* I'cn ?lty Therefor and for Other Purposes," be and the nime U hereby repealtd. SWTION 2. That this ordinance shall take effect ana be in force from and a'ter Its pa*? ?ga and apcroval. Passed the council July 20th, 1903. A'. S. McKeaN, City Clerk. L. S. Kkli.ek, Mayor and President of the Council ? j; ; Case & Draper ii Photographers ; and Photo Supplies !! j I A Complete Line of ] [ : high-grade Stationery i f Just Received J ' t llroadwav, Between 4th and 5th < : : I I A Fine Line of | Key West ! Cigars \ Just Received * Tony Dortero ' KF.MF.MBER THE NUMBER. 428 BROADWAY 3S6?a?8^V*W*W.V.V?V.V-W. | CIk Churches OATUOUO. Karly Muss, at 8 a. m. Hl(fh Mass, at 10:30 a. m. Sunday school, at 12 noon. Lecture and Benediction, at 7:30 p. in. Father Colbert will oftlolute mornlnir awl evening On week days Mass ut 8 a. m. All are cordially invited. Father F. II. Turoell, S. J. ST. SAVIOUR'S EPISCOPAL. St. Saviour's church, State street and Kijjhth avenue. Tenth Sunday after Trinity. Holy Communion, 8 a. in. Morning prayer and sermon, 11 a. m, Evensong) 8:00 p.iu. Sunday school, 10 a. in. Morning topic: "The Importance of Gospel Truth " All are cordially Invited. Hev. James ti. Cameron, Hector. MKTHOUIST KPISOOl'AL. Corner Kifth avenue and Main street. Sunday school, at 12:15 p. in. Praise service, 7:.TO p. in. | Morning subject: "The Sower, Seed and Soil " | Kvenintr subject: "Su|?erflclalltjr." Wilmot Whltlleld, I>. 1>., J'astor. FKKSUYTKKJAN. Sunday scboul, l?:4o |>. ui. . Morning worship, 11 u. m Y. P. S. C. K., " p. "!? l'opular evening service, 8 p. in. Thursday lecture, 8 p. in. Morning subject: "The Angel of His I'resence." Kvening subject: "Seven t'oinmon Abominations." All are cordially Invited. Rev. James Tbonison. Piuttor. PENIKL MISSION'. Meetings every night at S o'clock ex cept Monday. Bible readiug every ?lay at 10 a. tu. Sundays at 8 a. m. Meeting in the Scandinavian lan guage Sunday 3 p. in, A cordial luvtation extended to all. SALVATION AK.MV. Farewell service* this Sunday even ing at 8 o'clock. Everybody is invited to attend the .1 p. in. Holiness meeting, at tlio Salva tion Army. Salvation meeting at 8 p. m. every uight during the week, except Tuesday ami Friday. K. Durrach. Knsign. H. Sutherland, Lieut. Salvatloa Luim Uolntt Knsign Darrach and Lieut. Suther land, of the Salvation Army, will leave Skagway next week for Grand Forks, Y. T., to take up the army work at that place. There will lie a grand farewell ser vice at the barracks tonight, at 8 o'lock, to which all are invited. Knsign Hillman, of Dawson, will ar rive shortly to relieve the two olHoers here. Boxes Ofiaa to the Public The boxes up stairs in tlie Hoard of Trade Cafe arc now open to the public. For Sal* or Re at Houses for sale or rent. M. W. Green, 7W Kourth avenue. tf ?aatlaetlT* Kr.l r In lllrt!.. The lustlnctlve fear of dentil tu.inl rested by blrJs Is shown by the follow (uk A canary died, wis buried, the uestlug plait' broken up. the surviving mute removed to a new cage and the old cage thoroUKhly cleaned aud put ?side Ull the following spring Never, however, could any bird afterward en dure being placed In that cage. They fought and struggli-d to get out. and If all lu vain their efforts they moped huddling clone together, thoroughly tin happy, refusing to be comforted by any amount of sunshine, companionship or lalnty food. The experiment was tried With foreign birds thut bad not beeu lu the house when the death occurred and could not therefore |iavc known of the event by observation, ltut the result was always the same. For the future that cage was haunted.- Popul"r Sci ence. For Sal*. OldlPapers Old papers 23c bundle at tliisotlieo.Jtf Ordinance No. 34. An Ordinance to Amend Section 8, Ar tide 4. of Ordinance No. 32. entitled, "An Ordinance to OllM MUdemeati or* and Provide a Penalty Therefor and for O'Ucr Pjrpoaw." Be it ordained by the Common Council of the Town of Skagway. Suction 1. That Section 8, of Article 4, of Ordinan ce No. 32, en.itlej, "Ordinance to Do line Misdemeanors and Provide a Pen alty Therefor, aud for Other Pur poses," be and the same la hereby amended by adding thereto the follow ing: That dogs are hereby ami for he pur poses of this section are m ule properly and each and all of the provisions of said section, include dogs within its prohibitions. Suction 2. This ordinance shall be in force and take effect from and after its passage ?nd approval. Passed the council July 20th, 11*03. W. a McKka.N, City Clerk. L. S. Kki.i.kk, Mayor and President of the Council. NEW FALL GOODS ! JUST RECEIVED 250 Dress and Golf Overskirts in all the latest styles, both plain and fancy. Prices ranging from $4.00 to $12.00 New Stock of Fancy Japanese Silk Kimonas, Matinees, Chemise, Wrappers, Drawers and also the Pongee and Crepe de Cheue Kimonas and Wrappers all at Popular Prices. 15 Cases Children's Shoes Just Opened Today We are Headquarters for School Shoe 3 -Our Fall Millinery will be here in about ten da^s. Wei will have the very latest, wait until you see the New High Crown Beaver. Prices Lower Than Ever. Due notice will be given the arrival ot our Fall Stock of Ladies and Childrens Coats, Capes, Jackets, Etc. MARTIN CONWAY STEAMER I I Accommodation Boat] SKAGWAY HAINES | and way port* Leave* Moore* Wharf at 10 a. in. Sharp j Leave* Haines Convenience of i'ublic| DAILY K'lmer A. Friend, Agt, Alaska S. S. Co. STEAM EK RUSTLER Carrying V. 8. Mall leaves Slcagwav at 7 p. m. Tuesdays: and Fridays of each week tor Haines Mission, Juneau and Way Porte J. F. FAIRBANKS, Agont 21(1 Broadway, I'hone 90 Canadian Pacific Ry. Co.| Direct Survlco, No Intermediate i Call, to Vancouver . Victoria Transferring to Seatt/efl No Extra Charge Air. 15 For Speed, Comfort, Service ami ? I Appointment Those Twin Screw fi SteaincraCaunot be Equaled. For? Information Write or Apply to SK AC WAY | I JWX'X^W.W' THE WHITE PASS & YUKON ROUTE PaclBc and Arctic Railway and Navigation Company British Columbia Yukon Railway Company] British Yukon Railway Company. TIME TABLE IN EFFECT JANUARY 7, 1901. (Dally Except Sunday.) No. 3. N. B No. 1. N. B. No. 2. S. Bound No. 4. S 1 2nd class. 1st class. 1st clans 2nd claw 8 30 p. m. 9 30 a m^ f?V. SKAOUAY AR. 4 30p. m. AR. 4 15a. ir 10 30 " Jioo}" " WHITE PASS " ij J* ?' " 2 10 " 11 40 a.m. 114% " " LtKJ CABIN 2 10 ? " 1 00 " 12 20 12 35 1 '"m " BBNNBTT J f p.m ?' 12 20 p.ir. 2 45 " 2 10 " " CARIBOU " 11 SOa.in " 10 20 ?? 6 40 " 4 30 " AR WuiTK HORSK LV 9 30 " LV, " 7 00 ?? Passengers must be at lepou In time to have Tacfapi' Inspected ai C checked. Inspection la stopped 30 minutes before leaving time of train. 160 pounds of liaggayc will be checked free with eaoh full fare tick* iml 75 Douna* with eaoh half fare ticket. j PHIL ABRAHAMS, Agt. 1 f ESTABLISHED AUGUST, 1897 FIRE INSURANCE AND <_NOTARV PUBLIC HIGHKST REFERENCES $ Strict AtUntlon to All Busloeaa Intrusted 515 FOURTH AVE., SKAGWAY 0 Pacific Coast S.S. C o. PIONEER ALASKA LINE. SPEED, SAFETY, COMRORT Seattle, Puget Sound, San Krancinco and Southern Port* CARRYING U. S. MAIL Cottage Gitv - Aug. 7 ( Call* at Victoria ) City of Seattle * Aug. 13 ( Calls at Vancouver ) Topeka * ? Aug. 19 ML Above Schedule Subject to change Without Notice. L M. WEST, Agant PHONE 60. C. D. DUNANN, Gen Pass. Agt 10 Market Street, San Francisco, Cel. The Alaska Flyers | ? ?TWBBN SKAOWAY, JUNEAU. DOUGLAS. KETCHIKAN. AND SEATTLE Traanfera to VICTORIA *rd VANCOUVER HUMBOLDT AaK 16 DOLPHIN FARflLL?N* DIRIG0 Aug* 16 Ang 26 All Steamers Carry U. S. Mail and Alaska Pacific Express ALASKA STEAMSHIP CO. ELMER A. FRIEND, Agent. Phone CO MOORES WHHRF CO. % Terminus W. P. & Y. Routo All South Bound Steamers Arrive and Depart From This Drck REGULATIONS 190X Warehouses open for delivery of merchandise from 7 a. in. to 0 p. in. Perishables ONLY delivered on Sunday or at night. All freight shipments destined southbound must be accompanied by a Shipper's Manivsst (papers can be obtained at the U. 8. customs office) and must be delivered before 0 p.m. No freight will be re ceived on wharf after this hour. BAGGAGE? Tolls will be collected on CHECKED Baggage Onx.t. No charge for bags and grips when unchecked. The wharf gate will be closed to Jho public when steamer is nearing dock and will be opeuedoniy when passengers have disembarked. Wharfage Tariff can be had on application at office on dock. P. O. Box 175. "*C. E. W YNN-JOHNSON, Gen'l Mgr. Get prices at the Alaskan office for your job work.