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Morning, Sept. 7th I CLOSING OUT SALE Starting on Monday floraing, Sept. 7th We are going- to close out our entire stock of Men's and Boys' Clothing, Men's Fur nishings and Shoes. The prices we offer you on these goods will enable you to lay in your winter supply of Clothing, Underwear, Etc., at a big saving to your pocketbook. You know the class of goods we handle, nothing but first class reliable merchandise. We need more room for our Dry Goods department as it is our intention to carry the largest stock "w 4 " * k I vlwjp *.! of Dry Goods, Millinery and Ladies' Ready Made Goods to be. found in Southeastern Alas ka. Hence this sale. MEN'S CLOTHING Mens Suits, regular $25 00. now, $17 50 do 20 00 13 50 do 18 00 12 60 do 16 50 11 50 do 15 00 10 00 YOUTHS' and BOYS' SUITS Roy's anil Youth'* SuiU, " 15 00 ** 10 00 " 12 50" * 8 60 ?? " " 7 60 " 6 00 ?' " " too 11 <00 >1 u 44 3 00 11 2 00 UNDERWEAR and SOX Men's Australian Wool Underwear, Regular price, suit, W SO now t4 75 ? MM " 8 00 " 4 50 *? Vaeuna or Natural Wool Underwear " * 3 50 " 2 50 " Camels' Hair Underwear " 3 00 " 2 00 Men's Sox, Regular price, 75c, now 50c ? " 50c " 33* " 35c " 25c 4i 25c " 20c HATS and CAPS Stetson Hats, regular, $5 00, now $3 75 Kingsbury Hats 4 00 3 00 All Other Makes 4 00 2 75 do 3 00 2 00 do 2 50 1 75 Men'* Caps, Regular prico, $1 50, now 90c " 1 00 " ?5o ? 75 " 50c ?' 50 ?' 35o SUSPENDERS and GLOVES Men's Suspender*, Regular price, $1 50, now 00c " 1 00 " 05c " "5c " 50c " 50c " 35c Men's Gloves, Regular prico, $1 75, A 2 00 now $1 25 " 1 60 " 1 00 " 1 25 " IHIc " 1 00 " ?5c ?' 75c " 50c MEN'S SHOES ? *i 'vi.'o ior Ltui j Men's Shoes, regular $6 00, now $4 00 do 5 00 3 50 do 4 00 2 75 Hanan Shoes, 7 00 5 50 OVERCOATS and ULSTERS Men's Overcoats and Ulsters, Regular price, $2.1 00, now 117 50 " 20 00 " 13 CO << 15 00 " ? 00 MEN'S SHIRTS Clnott Collars, the best made, manufactured expressly for Cluett and Monarch shirts, 20c each Cluett Shirts, full dress, Monarch shirts, Colored Dress shirts . Golf shirts, All tlannol and neglige shirts, Regular price $2 00, now $1 35 " 1 CO '? 1 00 "1C0, 2 00 " 125 " 1 25 " ?0e " 1 50,2 00 " 100 " 1 25 " 90c Regular prico $4 00, now 12 50 ?' 3 00 " 2 00 " 2 00 " 1 75 ?' 1 50 " 1 00 " 1 00 " 05c There are many other articles that we have 110 room to quote prices on, but bear in mind that everything in men's goods is reduced to less than cost. We want to close this department out this month if possible so advise you to be on hand early while the assortments are complete. Remember that the goods are up-to-date. The B. M. BEHRENDS COMPANY, GEO. BLANCHARD, Manager. MAY GO Koudson ProbiMy Rffom mended for Dismissal A Washington dispatch of S?plc??bfr 12, sa>* the record of I he court martial which tried Lieut. Knud Knudson, of the Seventh infantry, on chan'n of having embezzled funds and made ir regular use-, of quartermaster's stores in Alaska, was received at the war de partment today. The cm** dow aw aits the actiou of the president. Although no official statement is obtainable at the war department, it is believed that the sentence of the court is dismissal from the army. Nolle* of Eloctloa An election U hereb.v called for the purpooe of selecting eight dtleinUN jinl eight Alternates to attend tbe uon |>artisan convention which has been callml to convene at Juneau. < Vtober J?>, l!A)3. (or the purpose of making rec ommendation* to the federal congress with reference to Alaska. Said elec tion will be held on Tuesday. Septem t?r ? . MW. in the chamber of com merce roooi-> between the hour* of 7:."t0 and s;jo o'clock in the afternoon of said day. All qualified elector* of the city of Ska*,' w*v are entitled to vote at said election. J. M. Tanner, J. A. Mollineauz and H. 15. Lrftovre have been ap|iointed judges and clerk* of said election. Dated at Skagwav. Alaska. Sept. 1?, 1M0J. J. J. D.M.V. J. A. MOLLINKArX, J. M. Tanxkr, ' Committee of Chamber of Commerce to i'rovide for Said Election At tko PuthioD The Pantheon ha* joat _ received a large consignment of Hermitage whis kies, rye ami bourbon. This is th?' fin est brand of whisky ever brought to Skagway. Try it. tf Owd Old Whisky Old Planet and Old llelmont, re-ira ported. both 12 years old, at Mascot sa loon. Get prices at 1 loyal Laundry for family work, special rates in rough dry, next to new electric plant. Lunches 50c. 11 a. m. to 4 p. tn., Xew Arctic Cafe, Whitchorse, Y. T. Mlaors Wanted bids to drive HO-foot tunnel. Kor particulars see Keelar, the jeweler. Gokl and silver tiu.se I paper at Case dt Drapers. [10 CHANGE )j-ir fa T<ri Jb Irlm Kalem to Moveaud Ku large Warehouse John Kalem, the grocer, will remove ' liis wart-house from its preseut location, ? east of Spring street, to the lot owned by him opposite the railroad office : building on Second avenue. The ware house will also be enlarged and im proved. Mr. Kalem is adveltislng for Wills to do the work. The change is made necessary by the growing demands of Mr. Kalem's con stantly increasing business. I Amputate Arm \V. U. Smith', clerk Id the recorder's otlice at Wells, U. C., who shot himself last Sunday while duck hunting, had his arm amputated yesterday morning 1 at 10 o'clock. The operation was per formed by Dr. H B. Run nails, Or. J. P. Lira wand and Dr. J. P. Truax, and w.is successful in every way. The arm was cut oil just above the elbow. This was necessitated for the reason that blood poisoning bad set in and the arm was aiTected to the elbow. | SKAGWAY WEATHER Kor the 24 hour* proceeding 6 o'clock ' p. n., September 18,1903: | Uijfhent temperature W'rtove. Lowest temperature, 45 above. H. D. Clark, U. S. Voluntary Observer. Sk>tv?r Luadrr ' i For tlrst-claaa work try Skagwav Laundry. Twenty-two, yt'nu?> experl j nice. Telephone S?. > :V For Rut ? - t" A nicely furniskad roam to rent, with or without board; suitable for one or two Kent lumen, Inquire of Mrs. Howard, 3rd are., near Alaska si. Wars Bl.ak.t. Illankets cheap at VV\ H. IWbcrtson. We received today our Pall and Win ter supply of Buttri?k patterns. L* dies' Ha/. oar. New Lace Curtains at E. R People?. Some elegant tine oollarettea at W inters. ' Spring chicken and Kastern oysters at the Pack Train restaurant. I KEELAR The Jeweler. Opposite Cas* & Draper's, on Broadway Bmr Paopla Since we have added the new instru ments am) grinding devices to our opti cal establishment we are doing all kinds of repair work, such as matching and making new" lenses to replace brok en one*, repairing Old frame.* and all kinds of job work In the optical, jewel ry or watch line. Our popularity is growing eypry day. The reason is wo treat the iieople right. We do not belong to the get rich quick family. We give you what you need ut reasonable prices, aud the people are finding it out. Honest goods and fair dealing Is what wins. We hate the only large stock of dia monds and watches in Alaska. We have the only safe deposit vaults in Alaska for the safe deposit of money, valuable papers and jewels. Now Sidswulk Bloom A Korach have hail a new sidewalk laid in front of their property on Broadway, occupied by the Mono gram HqUor store and Kirinse's jewelry ?tore. Oreat clearance sale starts July 0, at the Seattle saloon. Men's, boys' and children's summer cap*, at W. H. Robertson's. tf Our annual sale is now on, beginning January 1 and ending December 31 of each year. This is our sixth annual sale, the prices and values duriug this sale are the same as before, always the best tint can be had. K. H. Clavson & Co Cigars, Tobacco, Etc. Blank Books and Stationery_^> Maga/.ints Rooks and the Latin Lead li>f Newspapers J. f. Fairbanks I 214*216 Broadway. FhonejBO ROYAL ?Steam Laundry* All Work Guaranteed. Short Orders Promptly Done. PHONE 7? Messenger Will Call anrt Deliver Baths In Connection Private Rooms for Ladies. STEAM HEATED. Whitehorse Hotels* Whlteborec, Y. T. New Management ItcfurnliJhed Throughout. Flrst Class in Every Respect Flneat Cafe In the Northwest K. B. McLELLAN, Manager Delmonico Restaurant Bo/man & Lio, Prop*. Open Day and Night AU the Delicacies of the Season HEALS, 25 CTS. Sixth Ave. Near Broadway GO TO THE I HI fit! SCOTT HOTEL Caribou Crossing, Y.T. For the Best Meal Served in Yukon Territory Lunches Put Up SCALP TREATMENT PARLORS Ladies' and Gentlemen Diseases of Hair and Scalp a Specialty Office Days? Tuesday and Friday's Mrs. Thompson, 4th and Main. Atlin.Klondike.Yukon and Tanana Gold Fields . - - ... . J / ii l -i > i .-.J T Can Be Reached Quicker and Earlier Via While Pass I Yukon Route THAN ANY OTHER WAY PASSENGER and EXPRESS SERVICE DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAY) BETWEEN ?. . ,-\i .**..? 1 111 * , Skugua.v, lyo^s cabin, Bennett, Caribou, Whitehorse jand Intermediate Points. Making Close Connections With Our Own Steamers at Whitehorse for Dawson and Y ukon River Polc'a, and at Caribou for Atlin Kvery Tuesday and ? Friday, Returning Leave Atlin Every Monday and Thursday. Through Telegraphic Service Between Sk^gunv, Bennett, Caribou, Whitehorse, Atlin, Dawson, Ho 'udery, Fort Cudliay, Eagle City, Canada and the United States. i rj - ? Express Matter will be received at the depot for shipment up to 30 minutes prior to scheduled leaving time time of train. Special express tariff in etfect on fresh meat, fish, Ofstosrs, etc, For Information relative to Passenger Freight and Tolegraph rateo, apply to any agent^of.thc company, or to A. B. NEWELL. V. P. & G. M. Patronize Home Industry? If Not You Should Do So By Our Bottled Beer Only $2.00 Per Dozen 25c Rebate on Bottles Drinking Skagway Beer Phones: Brewery, 46. Rcaidencc, .18 ELIAS RUUD, U. S Deputy Land Surveyor U, S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor CIVIL ENGINEER Fifth Avenue, near State St., Skagway, Alaska Billiard Parlor Reading and Writing Room SPACIOVS CLUB ROOM The Board of Trade LEE GUTHRIE Proprietor Largeat and Bert Appointed Resort for Gentlemen In the North The Idaho Liquor House CORNER THIRD AND BROADWAY, 9 f The Ploneor Family Liquor Store of Skagway ESTABLISUKD 1891 Direct Importer* of Foreign and Domestic WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS ; AGENTS FOR J A. B.C. and SKAGWAY BREWERY'S BOTTLED BEER Private Rooms For Families Special Attention to Oi dert h r Family (Jte. Telephone 59