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Daily Alaskan
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One wn> d?Unrad by carrUr.
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It 1? a peculiar thing that every pa
per in Alaska that favors territorial
government is edital l>v a man who
never saw the great interior of Alaska,
and everyone who has seen Alaska and
traveled over it as the senatorial com
mittee did, are opposed to it.? Valdez
The Prospector's statement is char
acteristic of the monarchists press of
Alaska In that it is without foundation
in fact. It is not true that none of the
editors of papers which are favoring
territorial government for this district
have never been in the Alaskan inter
ior, but it would have no bearing on
the question if it were true. The fact
that the thousands who live in the
great interior country are themselves
favorable to territorial government is
indicative of what the conditions of
that section require.
inland WEATIUR
The condition of the weather in the
Interior yesterday, as indicated by the
dispatches received at the Skagway
offices of the W. P. Jc Y. It., was a<
Fortymi'e ? Cloudy, oalrn, 3 above.
Da w son? Cloudy, calm. t> above.
Ogilvie? Cloudy, calm, 0.
Stewart? Cloudy, calm, 1 below.
Selwyn ? Cloudy, calm, 2 above.
Selkirk? Clear, calm, 1 above.
Yukon Crossing? Cloudy, south wind,
19 above.
Big Salmon -Clear, south wind, 40
Hootalinqua? Cloudy, calm, 20 above.
Lower La Barge? Cloudv, calm, 20
Whitehcrse ? Clear, south wind, 32
Cowley? Clear, light south wind, 30
Caribou? Clear, strong south wind.
33 above.
Pennington? Clear, strong south
wind, 32 above.
Bennett- Clear, strong south wind.
32 above.
Log Cabin ? Clear, strong south
wind, 26 above.
Fraser- --Clear, strong south wind,
30 above.
White Pass? Clear, strong south
wind 30 above.
Glacier? Clear, strong south wind,
32 above.
The Sam* MUtake I* Mud. by alany
Alaska People
It's a common error
To plaster the aching back.
To rub with liniment rheumatic
When the trouble comes from the
Doan's Kidney Pills cure all kidney
C. A. Gilson. switchman in the R H.
yards, of 1215 Jackson street. Red Bluff,
Cal., says: "For six months I knew
my kidneys were in some way unset,
probably weakened from the contrac
tion of a cold which settled across the
Joins or perhaps excited from overex
ertion. Be that as it may. win n my
back was aching I asked Mrs. Gilson
to go to the drug store one day for
Doan's Kidney Fills and I took a
course of the treatment. It stopped
the backache. Up to date there has
not been a symptom of a recurrence,
thus proving to me conclusively that
D an's Kidney Pills act as repre
For sale by all dealers. Price, 50
cents per box.
Foster-Mil' ur . Co.. Buffalo, N. \ .,
*o'.e agents for U. S. Keipember the
name. Doan's, and take no substitute.
Let us 311 your prescriptions. Kelly
A Co., the reliable druggists.
When in Whitehorse stop at the
Windsor, only first class house in town.
Q?od B??r Cheap
Lemp's St. Louis beer. <3.00 per doz
?a, delivered. Idaho Liquor House,
aceats. Phone 59 tf
?Ptillefi Heuse? f
Foot of SLxth Ave. ?
Most Elegantly Furnished
Electric Lights, Telephone, Hot
and Cold Water, Porcelain
Bath Tubs *nd Patent
Closets on Each Floor.
Board or Room "y Day, Week or
Month. Rates Reasonable
Htines the Center of 8ocial
Haines, Jan. 28.? That Haloes has
taken its place among the thriving per
manent towns that dot the coast of
Southeastern Alaska, could not be bet
ter shown than by the social activity
that pre.ails here this winter.
Among the institutions of this place
which is a center of social doings is the
Haines Athletic Club, recently organ
ized with Chief Clerk Kane, of the con
struction quartermaster's department,
as president; James Kay, secretary, and
R. M. Udell, treasurer. Capt. L. F.
Tompkins has been selected as physi
cal instructor. The club starts with SO
The Haines Social Club is another in
stitution which is doing much to make
life interesting in the future big mili
tary town of Alaska. It meets bi-week
ly, and the programs are varied.
Games, readings, debates, extempore
speeches, discussions, recitations and
music, are features of the entertain
A whist club was organized this
week, and the first meeting was held at
the home of Mrs. E. A. LeWold,
Wednesday. Mrs. Blankenburg and
Mrs. Young won the prizes. The next
oieeting will be held next Wednesday,
.it the home of Mr?. Henry Brie.
A snowshoeing and toboggan club
was contemplated, but the difficulty ex
perienced in getting skees and snow
shoes sufficiently early in the season
.nduced a postponement of the organi
sation until n xt winter.
A mountain climbing club is contem
plated for next summer.
One of the sources of great amuse
ment at Haines this winter ia the Na
tive Social Club. It is composed ex
clusively of Indians and meets every
Mohday night. The programs consist
>f masquerades, Indian games, imita
ion potlaches and minstrel entertain
ments. They are enjoyed hugely by
I the white people, who contribute 15
cent* each as an admission fee to each
I of the performances. Louis Short
ridge, son of the Chilkat chief, is pres
i ident of the clutx
Dan. Cornell, the contractor, is ex
pected to arrive from Tacoma early
next month.
Capt. and Mr*. Willi* En tar tain
(.'apt. and Mrs. Willis entertained
the officers of the Skagway post and,
their families and about 33 other
friends at an informal farewell dancing
and card party at the Fifth Avenue
hotel last night. The affair was one of
the most pleasant that has taken platfe
in 'his city for a long time, and was a
suitable climax to the pleasant visit of
Capt. and Mrs. Willis to this city,
which will terminate with the depart
ure of the Valencia. Miss Terrett,
Mrs. Briggs and Mrs. Keller won the
ladies' prizes at progressive whist. H.
L. Johnson, George Simonstead and C.
G. Miller carried off the honors for the
men. Recherche refreshments were
served at midnight. The punch was
prepared by C. C. Runner, and the spa
cious bowl was presided over by Miss
L. A Burke and others.
A SarprlM Party
The many friends of Mrs. C. }l
i)eWitt gave her a surprise party last
.ight in honor of her birthday. The
.?vening was pleasantly passed with
I cards, music and delicious refresh
ments. The involuntary hostess was
? he recipient of many valuable and use
ful presents.
Hold for Grand Jury
Judge Rogers held J. F. Conroy and
A'. Haines, charged with burglary, to
await the action of the grand jury.
The bond was fixed in each case at $200,
in default of which both defendants are
held in the United States jail. The
hearing occupied all the time of the
court yesterday.
When <c Whitehorse stop at the
Windsor, only first class house i j town.
To Bullion Creek Miners
If vou find that Duty, Freight
and Customs Papers, added to
Skagway prices makes your
supplier cost too much, tome
on to Whitehorse and outfit at
Arctic Trading Co.
Capt. P. Martin, Manager.
Front Street, Whitehorse, Y. T.
We buy our goods direct from Van
couver, and pay no duty.
1 '"foterQ" i
| Hot Tomato Bullion I
I Hot Beef Tea
3 Hot Claim Bullion |
| Hot Chicken Broth |
I Pop Corn Jim's Fam- 1
| ous Oyster Cocktail |
June* Fiupatrtck, Mgr.
Adam Goldworthy Bnrned
to Death
Adam Goldworthy, a Henderson
creek miner, was burned to death In
the Reindeer roadhouse, near Damson,
about two weeks ago. The discovery
of the tragedy resulted from the report
of teamsters, who, In passing the site
of the roadhouse, found it had been re
duced to a lot of smoking embers. An
unfed and unblanketed horse stood shiv
ering in the barn, showing it had been
left longer than Intended by its master.
The teamsters reported the details of
their find to the police at Indian river
crossing. Constable Qervalse was Im
mediately detailed from that post to
make an investigation of the theory
that someone had been burned to death
in the fire.
By the time the constable reached
the scene the ashes were cold, aud he
had no difficulty in searching them.
He had not proceeded far with the
work when he came across the charred
corpse of Goldworthy.
Skagwayani Art MarrUd
M. L Oxford, who was recently dis
charged from Company M, Eighth in
fantry, after completing a three years'
enlistment, was married to Miss Marie
"Davidson, at the residence of C. B. Har
aden, Thursday evening. Father Col
bert performed the ceremony. The
newly wedded couple sailed for the
south on the Farallon.
Maioot has N?w BVaalo
The Mascot saloon has just received
a large consignment of new music for
its popular Victor talking machine. It
includes all the latest popular airs.
Fine porcelain tubs at Principal bar
bershop, opposite Board of Trade.
? j
Baths at the Portland Lodging House,
25c; new porcelain tub. 10 3 lmo
Mrs. James Thomson, wife of the
popular pastor of the Presbyterian
church, will leave about the middle of
February for a visit to Seattle and IjOS
Angeles, Cal. She will be gone several
Dr. I. H. Moore, formerly of this city,
will return to Douglas from a visit to |
Seattle on the Valencia.
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Jennings are ex
pected to return from Juneau on the I
.Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Kirmse will bel
returning passengers from Junean on |
the Valencia.
Chris Mer* will leave for Whitehorse
Monday. He has acceptei a position
in the rapids city.
Captain and Mrs. Willis leave on the |
Valencia for the south.
Major Terrell is ill with a cold.
W*I1 Ordarad Hom?
F. M. Lucavlsh has made many sub
stantial improvements on his new home
place on Broadway, near Tenth street,
which he purchased last fall from J. D.
Stinebaugh He has built a large barn,
' an addition to the house and has
I bridged the creek.
I'Mtu Ojrstar Cooktall*
The Pack Train saloon is now serv
ing Elmer Chamberlain's famous oyster
cocktails. tf
I Business Chances.? We place United
' States government bonds In escrow to
guarantee investments in stocks and
bonds. Our eastern correspondent* are
I in position to sell securities so guaran
teed. Central States Underwriting and
1 Guarantee Corporation, Tribune Build
ing, Chicago.
I Diaries for 1904 at the Skagway News
' Co.
Men's Fur Coats From $7.00 to $100,00
Fur Robes, 7x8, 161b. coyote - 20.00
20 doz. Ordinary Fur Caps, cheap
Genuine Seal Caps, $7-00
Ladies Fur Coats from $20- 00 to $90.00
Fur Collarettes and Boas at Cost
Highest Price Paid Kof Raw Pur
C. R. Winter,
Broadway, Between 3d and 4th Skagway, Alaska
-i H-H" i-i
No need of sending away for anything in the line of
tailoring. Our workmanship, style and fit is eqnal to any
first class house anywhere. The goods are stylish and
the greatest care has been used in their selection that
they may serve the purpose as Intended.
In connection with Men's Tailoring, we are making La
dies' Taiiorcuade suits and Overcoata. %\
F. Wolland,
Merchant Tailor
5 Corner State Street and Fifth Avenur
Telephone No. 76
t"H lim IHI> M"M * f-M-f-r
Pure Beer Is a pcrfect food. The public
should beware of cheap and poor beers and
Insist on having the Pure Genuine Article.
Rainier Beer represent- the standard of
. highest purity. There ; . . ipcrior to
be found.
tee* 30 SEATTLE .WASH.
ft I
Canadian Pacific Ry. Co.l
Direct Service, No Intermediate ?
Call, to
Transferrin!? to
Seattmf j
No Extra Charge
Feb. 10, 25
Sailing at 6 p.m.
For Speed. Comfort, Service and
Appointment These Twin Screw
Steamers Cannot be Equaled. For
i Information Write or Apply to
| H B.DUNN , A (ft.. SKAGWAY j
Carrying U. S. Mall
Leaves Skapwav at 8 a. m.
Thursday, Feb. 5
For Haines. Juneau, Hoouah Spring >
and Sitka
216 Broadway, Phone 90
?Steam Laandry*
All Work Guaranteed. Short
Orders Promptly
Messenger Will Call ?n<1 Deliver
Baths In Connection
Private Rooms for Ladies.
Raw Furs....
High Prices for fine Purs
W rite For Price List
Percey's Fur House
Oshkosh. Wisconsin
If Not You Should Do So By
Our Bottled Beer Only
Per Dozen
25c Rebate on Bottles
Drinking Skagway Beer
Phone Brewery, 49. Residence, 38
Pacific Coast S.S. Co.
Seattle, Puget Sound, San Francisco and Southern Porta
Cottage City
Feb. 2
Jan. 27
MA- Above Schedule 8ub]eot to change Without Hove*.
L M. WEST* Agsnt PHONB 50
C. D. DUNANN, Gen- Pass. Agt
10 Market Street. San Franolaoo, Cal.
The Alaska Steamship Co.
Winter schedule subject to change without notice.
Transfer* to Victoria and Vancouver Without Addlii 9?al Charge
A. S. DAUTRICK, A?ent. Phone
~he WhitePassA Yukon Route
(Dally Except Sunday.)
No. 3. N. B No. 1. N. B. No. J. S. Bound No. 4. 9 P
2nd class. let class. lit' cIm* Sod class
8 30 p. m. 9 30 a m. LV. SKAGUAY AR. 4 30p. m. AR 4 16a. m.
10 30 " nw}" " WHITE PASS " | $ " " t 10 "
1140 a.m. 1145 " '? LOG CABIN 2 10 ? " 1 00 "
12 20 if 35 f P;*m " BENNETT " }^[p^n? ?' II 28 p.m.
2 45 " 2 10 " " CARIBOU " 11 50a.m " 10 20 "
6 40 " 4 30 " AR White Horss LV 9 30 " LV," 7 00 ??
Passengers must be at depots In time to have Baggage lnapected tad
checked. Inspection Is stopped 30 minutes before 1 earing time of train.
150 pounds of baggage will be checked free with each full fare ticks
and 75 pounds with eachnalf fare ticket.
Terminus W. P. & Y. Route
All South Bound Steamers Arrive and Depart FromThle Drcfc
Warehouses open for delivary of merchandise from 8 a. m. to 5 p.m.
Perishables ONLY dellrcred on Sunday or at night.
Ail freight shipments destined southbound must be accompanied by a
Shipper's Manifest (papers can be obtained at the 0. 8. custom)
office) and must be delivered before 5 p.m. No frel ght will be re
ceived on wharf after this hour.
BAGGAGE? Tolls will be collected on Checked Baooaoe Onlt. No
charge for bags and grips when unchecked.
The wharf gate will be closed to iho public when steamer 1* nearicg
dock and will be opened only when passengers have d isembarked.
Wharfage Tariff can be had on application at office on dock.
P. O. Box 175. C. E. WYNN-J0HN80N, G*n'l Mgr.
Smelting & Refining Co.
Srtltiiieali Rlade Within Fire Day* After Kecelrl ?* Vr?
Crofton, Vancouver Island, B. C.
While Pass k Yukon Route
Skagway to Atlin. Whitehorse, Big Salmon
Dawson and Yukon River Points
The New Mining Camps In the Alsek District Are Reached Via
DuriDg the winter season when navigation is closed, daily trains will continue running between Skagway and WhiteWfie ?
A Through Mail, Passenger and Freight Service Will Be Maintained 1
Bv a Thoroughly Equipped Stage Line
Regular stages carrying mail, express and passengers, leave Whitehorse tor Dawson and Intermedial*
points Sundays, 2 p. m . ; Wednesdays at 7 a. m.; and Fridays at 9 a. m.
- Mm ?
For information relative to Passenger Freight and Telegraph ratoi,appIy to any agentjofjtbe company, <r to J
K. B. NEWELL, V. P, &G. M. R. D. PINNEO, Asst. GF.iP A., M. J. B. WHITE, G. f. 4 f A.
Vanoouver. B. 0. and Skagu^v, Alaskn bkaguay, Aluka VaMo?var, B. a

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