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Daily Alaskan
JOHN W. TROT, SDITOR
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES.
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?AVE LEARNED LESSON WELL
That the Alaskan tones have learned
well the lesson of monarchy and syco
phancy could not be better demonstrat
ed than by the manner in which they
have received the report of the major
ity of the senatorial sub-committee
which visited Alaska last summer.
They pretend to accept that report as a
final verdict upon the question of the
right of the people of Alaska to gov
ern themselves. The fact that the peo- j
pie of the district have asked for self
government whenever givm an oppor
tunity so to do counts for nothing with
them. Three senator* of the United
States, two of whom are from two of
the three suites in the Union which are
conceded to be retrograding in all that
represents the virile age in which we
live, have pronounced against self-gov
ernment for those who are developing
the resources of Alaska and who are
adding more than a >core of millions
Annually to the wealth of our nation.
That settles it. We are not entitled to
self-government. They have been jus
tified in their attempts to prevent the
application of the American principles
of government to Alaska
Did anything so assinine ever before
eminate from people pretending to
American citizenship? Could anything
" be more incompatible with American
institutions? Will the tories please ex
plain by what magic these New Rag
land senators became possessed of a
mysterious acuteness of conscience
through which it is given them to more
clearly distinguish the distinctions be
tween right and wrong than can be
done by the hardy pioneers who have
mastered northern conditions to such
an extent that Alaska is producing
more annually than any country on the
globe populated by a people similarly
numerous?
Of course those tories who have any
thing to think with know better than
their words would indicate. They are
simply trying to muddy up the water.
They understand that senators are sim
ply human beiogs like the rest of us
and that some of them are very ordin
ary ones at that. If it were not that
senators are just as prone as other poor
mortals to err in judgment there would
not be fo much division among their
members on nearly every question that
comes up for their consideration.
There are many men in Alaska who are
fully as able as any of the three sen
ators who signed the repo-t advising
against territorial government for
Alaska. Several of them were in the
recent republican convention that was
held at Juneau, and all of them voted
tor territorial government for this dis
trict. It will hardly be contended iliat
these senators learned more as to the
needs of Alaska in a few wieksthan
has been learned by these Alaskans,
who are their equal in ability, dur
ing a residence covering many years.
The inconsistency of those who are
trying to make so much of the report
of the senators from New England will
be more apparent to any ooe who will
imagine the attitude that these tories
woukl assume should Senators Dilling
ham, Burnham and Nelson come to
Alaska to reside, and after such a tour
through the district as they made last
year attempt to run the affairs of the
locality in which they located. The
would be promptly invited to take a
back seat until they had at least be
come voters. They would be told that
the people who have lived in the dis
trict long enough to become familiar
with the conditions are amply able to
take care of it* affairs. But because
they have been clothed with a little
temporary authority, it is now urged
that Alaskans must suspetxl their judg
ment and accept that of the New Eng
landers !
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?Pallen House? j;
Foot of Sixth Ave. *?
Most Elegantly Famished :?
HOUSE IN ALASKA
Electric Lights, Telephone, Hot
and Cold Water, Porceiain
Bath Tubs and Patent
Clone ta on Each Floor.
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Board or Room l!v Daj, Week or ^
Month. Bates Reasonable.
H. S. PULLEN, Prop.
The Record-Miner asks what the
Trans-Mississippi congress would have
done had the report of the majority of
the senatorial sub-committee, which
visited Alaska last summer, been read
to it. It probably would have done
just what It did do, viz: passed the res
olutions offered by the Alaskan delega
tion in that body. The Trans-Missis
sippi congress has been urging legisla
tion needed by western interests too
long to quail before the frowns of two
or three New Kngland senators. The
members of that body are too well ac
quainted with the men who make the
nation's laws to have any superstitious
awe of their so-called superior intelli
gence. They are Americans who think
as their minds direct. They are not
rasals to do a master's bidding.
City Att?rs<jr Rimot?J
At a meeting of the Nome city coun
cil, the office of city attorney, occupied
by J. W. I tell, was declared vacant by
an unanimous vote and J. L McGinn
was elected to All the position.
Population Bis
A census taken in Nome shows that
more people are there than during any
previous winter. The enumeration
reached the 3,000 mark. There are
more families and children in Nome
than ever before.
Saloom Oat LImum
All but two of Nome's saloonkeepers
have presented their checks for 11500
to the clerk of the district court ami
have been given the right to do busi
ness for another year.
Millions of Mothers
Use Ccticl'ra Soap, assisted by
CuticQka Ointment, the Great
Skin Core, for preserving, purify
ing and beautifying the skin of
children and infants, for cleansing
the scalp of crusts, scales and
dandruff, and the stopping of
falling hair, for softening, whiten
ing and soothing red, rough and
sore hands, for baby rashes, itch
ings and chafings, and for all the
purposes of the toilet, bath and
nursery. Millions of women use
Cuticura Soap
In the form of baths for annoying in
flammations and irritations, or too free
or offensive perspirations, in the form
of washes for ulcecative weaknesses,
and for many sanative, antiseptic pur
poses which readily suggest themselves.
Complete Humour Treatment
Cmcrtl Soap, to clesose the akin of crusts
ani s'sles tod soften tb? tblrkeoed cut Me.
Crncc*A Oi*TM*jrr. to lostsntiy allay Itch
log. inflammation and Irritation. ao<l sooth*
and beal. and CcTlcuiA Resolvent Pills.
to cool and cleanaa tbe blood. A stnsle set Is
often sufficient to cure tb? severest <*sses of
tortnrlni. dl*fl*url?f. Itching and burning ?Wln
snd scalp humours, from Infsncj to a|e, when
all elae falls.
Cstlcura Soap, Ointment snd Pills are sold
truvuiOvut tbf world. Brltlab Depot 27 'St
Cbartecbosss L?sdoo Froscb Depot: ft
Rue 4e la Pali. Parte. Potter Div? axd
Cue*. COUP . SsAs Props.. Boston. U. a. ?.
Let us fill your prescriptions. Kelly
& Co , the reliable druggists.
Mm> ot hu N?w Hsilo
The Mascot saloon has just received
a large consignment of new music for
its popular Victor talking macnine. It
includes all the latest popular airs.
To Bullion Creek Miners
WE PAY NO DITY
If vou find that Duty, Freight
and Customs Papers, added to
Skagway prices makes your
supplies' cost too much. 1 ome
on to Whitehorse and outfit at
the
Arctic T rading Co.
Capt. P. Martin, Manager.
Front Street, Whitehorse, Y. T.
We buy our goods direct from Van
couver, and pay no duty.
AT THE
1 "Toten q" f
Hot Tomato Bullion |
Hot Beef Tea
Hot Claim Bullion I
Hot Chicken Broth <i
Pop Corn Jim's Fam- *
ous Oyster Cocktail |
lame* Fltspatrlck, Mgr.
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Iaipcotor rtiuuw Tiara
Lieut. Pelletler, Inspector of mount
ed police, arrived from Whiwborse
yesterday. He will sail on the Valen
cia this morning, beginning: his jour
ney to Reg Ina, to which point he has
been assigned.
The presence of Inspector Pelletler
in this city r calls an incident in North
ern history that is pregnant with ro
mance, for it was for the purpose of
protecting his countrylfrom the so
called Order of the Midnight Sun that
he flrst came to this section of the coun
try. Lieut. Pelletier is an expert in
handling Maxim and other machine
guns, and at the time it was flashed
over the wires of the country that a
mysterious order had been organized
for the purpose of wresting the Klon
nike from the Canadian government
there was no one connected with the
military arm of the Dominion in the
Yukon country who was qualified to
manipulate the Maxim gun that was at
Whitehorse. Inspector Pelletier and
10 men were rushed from Kegina to the
Yukon for the purpose of supplying
the deficiency. The popular ofticer has
been at Whitehorse and Dawson ever
slnco that time.
G?od Baer Chaap
Lamp's St. Louis beer, #3.00 per doz
em, delivered. Idaho Liquor House,
ageats. Phone 6# tf
Fsboii Oyatar Cocktails
The Pack Train saloon is now serv
ing Klmer Chamberlain's famous oyster
cocktails. tf
When in Whitehorse stop at the
Windsor, only flrst class house in town.
Get prices nt Royal Laundry for .
'amily work, special rates in rough
irv. next to new electric plant.
A fine lunch and a large sflass of
Rainier beer, at the Seattle Saloon for
10 cents. tf
Earl & Wilson's collars, and cuffs at
Conway's.
Baths at the Portland Lodging House,
25c; new porcelain tub, 10 3 lmo
?KruwwuMwwmmw
PERSONAL MENTION
Mr. and Mr?. R, D. Plnneo will keep
house at the corner of Third avenue
and Main street. Mr. Pinneo is having
one of the railroad cottages at that
location put In repair, and will move
into it Monday or Tuesday.
J. M. Ellbeck, under sheriff of the
Yukon, and son of the sheriff of that
district, arrived on the Valencia. He
is at the Golden North, and will leave
tomorrow morning for Dawson.
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Klrmse returned
on the Valencia from Juneau, where
they were visiting with Mr. and Mrs,
John F. Malony.
Mrs. Thomas W. O'Brien, wife of the
Dawson pioneer and business man, ar
rived on the Valencia and will leave
on tomorrow's train for her home.
W. C. Leake, the Klondike mining
king, arrived on the Valencia from Ju
neau and will leave for Dawson tomor
row morning.
C. E. Davidson, the Juneau ci.!' ir.
gineer, was a^assenger on the Valen
cia. He will proceed to Sitka on that
vessel today.
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Jennings and
Mrs. Cassie Pugh were passengers
from Juneau yesterday.
Miss Jeanette de Gruyter returned
home on the Valencia from Minneapo
lis, where she had been attending
school.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Daly and two boys,
returned home on the Valencia from a
visit to Minnesota cities.
P. H. Hebb, the Klondike mining
man, arrived on the Valencia, and is at
the Golden North. He will leave for
the interior tomorrow.
L. C. Hess, of Eagle, is In the city en
route to his home.
Fine porcelain tubs at Principal bar
bershop, opposite Board of Trade.
KUVWWVWWV
NEW PURS
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 For Raw^Fur
C. R. Winter,
The
Furrier
Broadway, Between 3d and 4th Skagway, Alaska
TAILORING
No need of sending away for anything in the line of
tailoring. Our workmanship, style and tit is eqnal to any
first class house anywhere. TJie goods are stylish and
the greatest care has been used in their selection tnat
they may serve the purpose as Intended.
In connection with Men's Tailoring, we are making La
dles' Til ior made suits and Overcoats.
F. Wolland,
Merchant Tailor
Corner State Street and Fifth Avenu(
Telephone No. 76
r*I M ! f t f f'tf I f M M
Pure Beer Is a perfect food. The public
should be wtrc of cheap anu poor beeis and
Insist on having the Pure Genuine Artlclc.
Rainier Ee?;r represents the standard of
highest purity. There Is nothing superior to
be found.
SEATTLE BREWING & MALTING CO.
&w30 SEATTLE. WASH.
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A
Canadian Pacific fly. Co. I
Direct Service, No Intermediate |
Call, to
Vancouver
Victoria
Transferring to
Seattle!
No Extra Charge
F.b. 10,25
Sailing at 6 p.m.
For 8peed, Comfort, Service and J
Appointment These Twin Screw J
Steamers Cannot be Equaled. For >
. Information Write or Apply to
| H B.DUNN . Art.. 5KAOWAT;
JUNEAU S. S. CO'S.
STEAMEK
GEORGIA
Carrying U. 8. Mail
Leaves Skagwav at 8 a. m.
Thursday* Feb. 4
For Haines. Juneau, Hoonah Spring
and Sitka
J. F. FAIRBANKS, Agent
210 Broadway, Phone 90
R0YHL
?Steam Laundry*
All Work Guaranteed. Short
Orders Promptly
Do.ie
PHONF
Messenger Will Call ?n n Den?
Baths In Connection ;
Private Rooms for Ladies e
STEAM HEATED.
Raw Furs....
WE PAY
High Prices for Fine Furs
Write For Price List
Percey's Fur House
Oshkosh. Wisconsin
Patronize
Dome
Industry?
If Not You Should Do So By
Our Bottled Beer Only
$2.00
Per Dozen
25c Rebate on Bottles
Drinking Skagway Beer
Phone Brewery, 49. Residence, 30
Pacific Coast S.S. Co.
PIONEER ALASKA LINE.
3PEED, 9AFETY. COMRORT
Seattle, Puget Sound, San FrancUot and Southern Port*
CARRYING U. B. MAIL
Sottage City
Valencia.
Feb. 2
Feb. 10
?A. Above Schedule Subjeot to ohange Without Notioe.
L M. WEST, Agent PHONE SO.
2. D. DUNANJN, Gen- Pass. Agt
10 Market Street, San Francisco, Cel.
The Alaska Steamship Co.
Winter schedule subject to change without notice.
FARALLON J Feb. 13
DIRlGO, - - Feb. 4
Transfers to Victoria and Vancouver Without Additional Charge
A. S. DAUTKICK, Agent. Phone 66
The WhitePassA Yukon Route
TIME TABLE No 13
(Dally Exoept Sunday.)
No. 3. N. B
2nd class.
8 30 p. m.
10 30 "
11 40 a. m.
12 20
2 45 "
6 40 "
No. 1. N. B.
1st olass.
9 30 a m. LV. 8KAGUAY
10 551 ? ?
11 00/
11 45 " "
12 15 I p.ra "
12 35 f " "
2 10 " "
4 30 " AR
WHITE PASS
LOO CABIN
BENNETT
CARIBOO
No. t. B. Bound
1st class
AR. 4 30p. m.
., 3 05 ?
3 00
2 10 ?
" 1 35 t
.. 116}P?
11 60a. m
No. 4. 8 E
2nd class
AR. 4 16 a. i r.
" 2 10 "
?? 1 00 ??
?' 12 20 p.m.
10 20
White Hobse LV 9 30 " LV, ?' 7 oo
Passengers must be at depots In time to have Baggage Inspected and
checked. Inspection Is stopped 30 minutes before leaving time of train.
160 rounds of baggape will be checked free with each full fare tieka
ind 76 pounas with each naif fare ticket.
MOORES WHHRF CO.
Terminus W. P. & Y. Route
All South Bound Steamers Arrive and Depart From This Drcfc
REGULATIONS 190*
Warehouses open for delivery of merchandise from 8 a. m. to 6 p.m.
Perishables ONLY delivered on Sunday or at night.
All freight shipments destined southbound must be accompanied by a
Shipper's Manifest (papers can be obtained at the U. 8. customs
office) and must be delivered before 5 p. m. No freight will be re
ceived on wharf after this hour.
BAGGAGE? Tolls will be collected on Checked Baqqaqk Onli. N?
charge for bags and grips when unchecked.
The wharf gate will be closed to the public when steamer Is nearlag
dock and will be opened only when passengers have disembarked.
Wharfage Tariff can be had on application at office on dock.
P. O. Box 176. C. E. W YNN-JOHNSON, Genl Mgn
NORTHWESTERN
Smelting S Refining Co.
BUYERS OF
GOLD, SILVER AND COPPER ORES.
| MATTES, BULLION, FURNACE
and CYANIDE PRODUCTS.
?eltleSBcnla Jlait Within five Days after Mreelpt m Ore
LOCATION OF WORK 8:
Crofton, Vancouver Island, B. C.
While Pass & Yukon Route
THROUGH LINE FROM
Skagway to Atlin. Whitehorse, Big Salmon
Dawson and Yukon River Points
4
rheNew Mining Camps In the Alsek District Are Reached Via
Whitehorse
THE WINTER ROUTE SERVICE
hiring the winter season when navigation is closed, daily trains will continue running between Skagway and Whltehorsa
\ Through Mail, Passenger and Freight Service Will Be Maintained
By a Thoroughly Equipped Stage Line
3ETWEEN WHITEHORSE AND DAWSON
Regular stages carrying mail, express and passengers, leave Whitohorse for Dawson and Interned lata
points, Sundays, 2 p.m.; Wednesdays at 7 a. ra.; and Fridays at 9 a. m.
For Information relative to Passenger Freight and Telegraph rate* apply to any agant^ofjthe company, or to
l. B. NEWELL, V. P. & G . M. R. D. PINNEO, Aast. G. F. 4 P A., M. J. B. WHITE, O. F. * P. A.
Vancouver, B. 0, and Skaguay, Alaska Skaguay, Alaska Vanooavar, B. C.

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