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Totem poles at Alert Bay.
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Issued  daily. with   radio  news  on   Princess  ships  of
the B. C. Coast Steamship Service.
DISTRIBUTION   FREE TO   PASSENGERS
Published   by   Pacific   Publishers,   Limited,   Province
Building, Vancouver,  B. C, Canada.
YOUR NEWS
'Y HE news which you read in the
Pacific Princess is sent by wireless to this ship each night by courtesy of The Canadian Press, worldwide news-gathering organization,
from the powerful stations of the
Dominion Government of Canada.
The bureaus or central offices of
The Canadian Press in all parts of
the world, and thousands of correspondents, contribute to the news
reports received by the ship for
publication in the Pacific Princess,
and enable you to keep in touch
with important events of every
country each day you are at sea.
Envoy of Monarch
Given Totem Pole
• Friendly Cove, on Barclay Sound, most
historic spot on the West Coast in relation to the original explorers, has added
another incident in recent years to its
cherished memories.
It is the visit which was paid by Viscount Willingdon on his last tour of the
Pacific Coast before leaving for India.
He was the only viceroy who ever visited
the West Coast.
On this occasion, the viceroy was received at Friendly Cove by Chief Napoleon, of the Nootka tribe, a direct descendant of the famous chief Maquinna.
In the shadow of a huge 40-foot totem
pole, Chief Napoleon delivered an address of welcome in Indian. When the
Chief's sonorous speech had been finished,
an interpreter turned gravely to the viceroy and informed him Chief Napoleon
had presented the huge pole in whose
shadow they were standing.
It was a regal gift; much as though
a white man, on receiving a visit from
the viceroy, had presented him his home
and the greater part of his fortune.
The viceroy, touched, accepted the
pole. Subsequently, it was removed from
Friendly Cove and now stands in the
grounds of Rideau Hall, home of the
viceroys in Ottawa.
The Harvest of the Sea
(Leonid Fink, Seattle)
Seattle fishing fleet is shown lying at the
wharves on the waterfront, after their return
from a fishing trip on the Pacific. It is
vessels such as these which annually harvest
a finny crop worth millions of dollars, including halibut, the far-famed "chicken of
the sea."
History Written In
Waters of Pacific
By Noel Robinson
• History—the story of man's struggle
up through the ages—is the most fascinating literature in the world. It is a
story of life itself, made splendid by the
records of great men who stood out
above the level of their times, as the
mountains of these West Coast fjords
stand out above the sea and the lowlier
plains.
And nowhere, on the whole Pacific
Coast of the Americas, have so many
great men come and gone. The keels of
their tiny ships have written ineffaceable
history in the trackless waters of the sea
through which we now steam and, but
for their indomitable courage, these Princesses would not now be sailing northward into this land of enchantment.
Lean over the prow of your Princess
and listen to the murmur of its bow-
wave. Who knows? Perhaps, if you attune your ears properly, you may hear
the names and stories of these great men
who passed this way ....
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• Tourists cruising up the east coast of
Vancouver Island are sailing straight into the heart of the "potlatch" country.
But they will never see a potlatch, search
as they may. For potlatches, by decree
of the Canadian government, are now
forbidden.
"Potlatch" is a Chinook Indian word
for feast. In primitive days, Indians
were wont to give potlatches—or great
feasts—to mark special occasions. Students of Indian life differ regarding the
motive for these potlatches; some asserting the reason was strictly altruistic;
some attributing to the Indians a belief
that the more they impoverished themselves the better they were off; and still
other claiming that potlatches were competitive affairs, staged by Indians to emphasize their own importance, with each
succeeding "potlatcher" striving to outdo
his friend in distribution of lavish
presents.
However that may be, "potlatches"
after the coming of the whites developed
into veritable orgies. Indians plunged
themselves into hopeless debt, borrowing
to increase the splendor of their potlatches.    And so at last the government
Will Rogers Said:
• ''Nothing that I have ever seen
is more beautiful than this Inland
Passage (by either boat or plane)
to Alaska/' Will Rogers penned
these words in Alaska a few days
before he crashed to his death with
Wiley Post, after he had flown
northward on yet another of his
jaunts about the world. Few men,
in modern times, have seen more of
the beauties of the world than Will
Rogers and few writers have left
as extensive an account of their
appreciation. And so, when Will
Rogers said ^nothing that I have
ever seen is more beautiful than
this Inland Passage" it is a truly
great tribute. It is through this
Inland Passage, so generously praised
by Will Rogers, that you tourists
aboard this Princess are now steaming northward to Alaska.
outlawed these historic Indian feasts in
the interests of solvency.
Potlatches were featured by elaborate
Indian dances, also competitive in spirit.
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Smithsonian Institute
Gets Totem Poles
• Totem poles from British Columbia's
West Coast have been exported to many
cities in the world. Stanley Park, Vancouver, possesses some excellent examples
of the Indian carver's art; others have
been set up at the Parliament Buildings
in Victoria; and the Smithsonian Institute
in the United States also boasts a number
of fine poles.
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Thirty minutes by plane from Juneau, and
also weekly boat service.
Healthful Mineral Baths, Hunting, Fishing.
60 Cabins for rent. Sportsman's ideal for Spring
and Fall vacations.
Famous Mineral Baths in centre of town.
For detailed information, write to:
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• At the head of Lynn Canal, amidst
mountain walls that terminate the sea
voyage, lies the town of Skagway—one of
the most beautifully situated and one of
the most historic spots in all Alaska. It
was here that the hordes of gold-seekers
disembarked, assembled their outfits, and
set out for the rocky jaws of White Pass
and the golden Klondike beyond. There
is no frantic scramble now; there are
no battles with desperadoes now; rather,
a quiet town of 500 inhabitants, famous
as the "Garden City" of the North—the
floral showplace of the Territory.
The gold-seeker did not stop here; his
promise of riches came from the vast Interior . . . and so does ours. Beyond lies
the real North Country! In '98 men had
to tramp through on foot and carry their
outfits with them. Now we can follow
their  footsteps in the utmost  comfort.
THE WHITE PASS & YUKON ROUTE
is our host. Through its transportation
system, we can penetrate the Interior by
means of railway trains, and river or lake
steamers, with courteous employees always
at hand to give us every attention.
Five trips are offered. There is a choice
here, to fit the time and the pocket-book.
They are as follows:
• Skagway-Whitehorse and Return
This is an all-rail journey.    It can be
made to Whitehorse one day and return
the next, and is particularly adapted for
passengers on those steamers which remain
in Skagway two days. This new Klondike
trail of steel closely follows the old trail.
For the first twenty miles the train
climbs steadily to the summit of White
Pass at an elevation of 2,885 feet—sometimes, seemingly, to hang in mid-air as it
skirts the cliffs of the Pass. Glaciers
peer down from their granite cradles, and
beautiful waterfalls thunder from the
heights to the gorges below. The train
moves upwards beyond the timber line
. . . past clumps of stunted hemlock and
tamarack . . . past sturdy mosses and
heathers . . . and through scenes of wild,
rocky grandeur. We are forced to admire
the courage and strength of the men who
shoved their way through this wilderness.
Occasional glimpses of the deep-worn
trail, and the bleaching bones of luckless
horses, remind us of those days which
are gone. At the Summit we come to
the International Boundary; the brilliant
red uniform of the "Mountie" on duty
announces that we are in Yukon Territory. From here we follow the great
water system of streams and lakes which
drain into the Yukon River. Twenty
miles from the Summit, the train arrives
at Lake Bennett. It was here that the
stampeders from both the White Pass
and the still more arduous Chilkoot Pass
(to the westward) joined forces, constructed their weird flotilla, and continued by lakes and rivers to the gold-
(Continued on Page Five) •
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Courageous Surveyor Gave Life to Save
• Skagway visitors of today, visiting the
quiet, business-like little city will perhaps
find difficulty in visualizing it as a town
of roaring saloons, dance halls and gambling joints as all gold-rush towns are inevitably depicted.
But Skagway was all too familiar with
this phase of mining activities at one
time—as the story of "Soapy" Smith
indicates.
"Soapy," affable, adroit, insinuating, a
perfect type of "con" man, first came to
Skagway in the late '90's. His arrival at
Skagway was not exactly voluntary. For
"Soapy" had left Wrangell only a short
time before—on invitation of police.
He earned his sobriquet through his
practise of selling cakes of soap wrapped
in $1 or $5 bills—a "come-on" gesture
which lured victims into Soapy's web.
And, once they were enmeshed, Soapy re-
leived them of everything they possessed,
by divers methods—crooked cards, loaded
dice; or plain or fancy larceny as a last
resort.
Now, in the days when Soapy was
flourishing as the green bay tree of Scripture, one J. D. Stewart, of Dawson, arrived in town on his way "outside."
Stewart had a big poke of gold. But he
fell into Soapy's clutches and his gold disappeared. But Stewart, a determined individual, decided that he would not submit to robbery. A law and order meeting was called to deal with Soapy and
his gang.
While the meeting was being held,
Frank Reid, a government surveyor, was
detailed to stand guard. Soapy and his
followers heard of the meeting and decided to break it up. They descended
upon the meeting place, heavily armed;
but there they encountered Reid. Soapy
swung his rifle at Reid, but Reid, catch-
• JUNEAU •
"Honor of Skagway"
Gold Camp Days . . . Frank Reid ... His Epitaph
ing it with his left hand, drew his revolver and tried to fire. The weapon
missed; Soapy wrested his rifle from
Reid's grasp, and shot him. But Reid,
too, managed to fire just as he was going
down, and Reid and Soapy both fell dead.
That encounter marked the end- of
mob law in Skagway. And Reid was
buried in "Boots On" cemetery behind
the town, under an inscription: "He died
to save the honor of Skagway."
Along the Trail of "98"
• (Continued from Page Four)
fields. The train follows this lovely
mountain lake to Carcross, and continues
through the spruce and pine forests of
Yukon Territory to Whitehorse, the head
of navigation on the Yukon River. We
are now conscious of a new country . . .
a new spirit ... a friendliness ... an
infectious hospitality . . . which we have
never experienced before. We have left
behind all darkness, of spirit or of night.
Daylight lasts for nearly twenty-four
hours. Night is not night, but a bit of
twilight, and it seems a pity that we
must ever sleep.
In tomorrow's Canadian Pacific Princess, we will tell you about three other
trips of thrilling interest from Skagway
to the Interior.
We carry a full  line of Carved   Ivory,  Baskets,
Moccasins,   Alaskan   Views  and   Nugget  Jewelry.
LUDWIG   NELSON
JEWELRY  and  CURIOS JUNEAU,   ALASKA
ORDWAY'S
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SHATTUCK BUILDING
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Alaska's   Real  Curio  Stores |
Publishers of "Totem Lore" T
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IN   AN   EXCLUSIVE   FIELD
*, Circulating daily in an exclusive field
on board the Princess steamers of the B. C.
Coast Steamship Service, the Canadian
Pacific Princess Souvenir Booklet provides
a medium for effective advertising that is
unsurpassed. Passengers are in a receptive mood ... interested in the cities for
which the steamer is bound. The Booklet,
full of informative reading matter, reaches
thousands of readers under ideal psychological circumstances. They want to know
about services ... products ... where to
go ... what to see ... what to buy.
Ninety-five per cent, of them must purchase a service or a commodity when
they arrive — shop, stay somewhere,
make trips, travel. Tell them about your
resort, your hotel, your products, or your
services   in   this   assured  result  medium.
MUSEUM and ART GOODS—NUGGET JEWELRYTH
Shop with Safety
and Comfort
Be sure to save some time to visit the Shops when in port, especially at Juneau,
the Capital City. There interest is as great as on any other part of your trip.
There you meet people and talk to them. Among the most interesting is
THE NUGGET SHOP, one of the oldest and largest—displaying a most complete
selection of Alaska Goods, both real and simulated, valued accordingly.
The NUGGET SHOP
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JUNEAU
ALASKA
SKAGWAY
KIRMSE'S CURIO SHOP |
Established   1897 ?
The Oldest and Finest in Alaska
Complete Line of Alaska Black Diamonds, 1
Ivory, Wood and Bone Carvings |
Take the Skagway Street Car
to historical spots, including Soapy Smith's grave,
with a conductor whose Alaskan personality and
information   makes   Skagway   memorable  to  you.
Skagway
Famous for its Home Cooking.
Alaska's most famous Tourist Hotel.
Museum contains over 4,000 Alaskan
Curios.   Admission, 25c.
Dedman#s Photo Shop
develops films of your whole trip while in
Skagway.   Leave with ship's News Agent
—or visit us.
SEE OUR LINE OF ALASKAN PICTURES
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Finest   Liquors,   Beers,   Wines.    Sit  at  the bar
made  famous  by   Historical   Alaskan   Characters.
ICE CREAM SERVED.
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FOR YOUR CURIOS
Ivory, Bone and Wood Carvings
Hand-Made Silver Souvenir Spoons
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WHITE HOUSE GARDENS
at Skagway
Order Cut Flowers for Your Stateroom
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ADVERTISING OFFICES
Seattle: Willis H. Pearson, 4404
White Building. Phone:
Main  6626.
Victoria: Gray Line Motor Tours,
756 Yates Street. Phone:
Garden 4151.
Vancouver: 311 Province Building.
Phone Trinity  1945.
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Totem Poles Reveal
Primeval History
• Northward bound for Alaska, one of
the first places at which tourists touch is
Alert Bay, a town on the coast of Cormorant Island.
It is one of the most colorful towns on
the Pacific Coast, for here, on the southerly limits of the area once held by the
Nimkioth Indians, are preserved priceless
relics of an era which has departed—the
totem poles. Hand-carved from durable
cedar, representing in some cases the work
of years rather than days, these poles are
the coat-of-arms of the families in front
of whose lodges they were erected. Each
family possessed its own familiar guardian
spirit, generally bird or beast from antediluvian days. The raven, particularly,
has been employed frequently in the
totems of Alert Bay and observant visitors will note it is always carved with
wings spread for flight.
An interesting insight into the psychology of these vanished Indians who
carved the totems is revealed by the poles.
All are fearsome and awe-inspiring, outstanding features of each figure being
given by a sinister twist by the carver.
And this characteristic suggests that the
Indian of those vanished days was blind
to the beauty which all lay about him because he had peopled the woods and valleys, the mountain peaks and the shining
sea with grim gods inimical to these cowering humans.
This psychology of terrorism on the
western rim of the Pacific becomes even
more significant in light of the fact that
it is analogous to the philosophy of primitive South Sea Islanders. They, too, blind
to the breathless beauty of their Island
homes, set up a dynasty of frightful
gods to make their days and nights terrible; they, too carved strange totems in
wood and rock. And these similarities
suggest that, in the dim days when Man
had not yet learned to cramp his fist
about a revealing pen, the Northwest
Indian and the South Sea Islander sprang
from a common ancestor whose eyes were
blind to beauty and whose warped mind
was obsessed by a terror of Nature.
PILSENER
G o Id en J u b 11 ee B t e r
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History Written
• (Continued from Page Two)
The Spaniards—Juan Perez, first white
man to visit the Pacific Coast; Lieut.
Bodega y Quadra and Don Martinez, the
fire-brand; those old British sea-dogs with
the salt of the ocean in their veins—Capt.
James Cook; Lieut. Bligh, of Mutiny on
the Bounty fame; Capt. George Vancouver; swashbuckling Lieut. John Meares;
and the Indian chiefs, greatest of whom
was Maquinna, a dignified red-skinned
diplomat, who matched graces with far-
travelled Briton and Spaniard and did
not come off second-best in their encounters.
These are only a few of the great men
who passed this way; who, pursuing their
separate ideals, occasionally clashed with
each other in the eternal struggle which
life imposes upon all.
And so, because you, too, are passing
this way, we shall tell you tomorrow of
the coming of the Spaniards to the West
Coast.
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• The brown groonies, which whirl and
scream around your steamer in the Gulf
of Alaska, are also known to sailors as
the mollymawk. It is a small species of
dark chocolate brown, white-headed,
black-footed albatross.
The most impressive scene in
the cavalcade of a great Empire
—the coronation of a King!
Millions will see this greatest
of Empire celebrations . . .
London is preparing for
hundreds of thousands of
visitors. Start planning now
to be there yourself—for
details and interesting literature, send your name to J. J.
Forster, Steamship General
Passenger Agent, Vancouver,
B.C., Phone,  Trinity  1151.
ALONG   VANCOUVER'S
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ROBSON   STREET
GARRETT'S TOGGERY SHOP
Exclusive Men's Wear
FEATURING ENGLISH WOOLENS
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buy or to look around. Goldstein's fur store is one of the
show places of Juneau and a
regular port of call for tourists. Visitors are always welcome. No matter what time
your boat arrives in port you
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May be seen at Chas. Goldstein & Co/s fine fur and curio store
in Juneau.
From every corner of the Far North has been gathered the
finest and largest collection of furs in Alaska. You will find a
rare delight in visiting our store and seeing what Alaska
produces in the way of furs.
HUNDREDS OF FOXES
Silver Foxes, Red Foxes, Cross Foxes, White Foxes, Blue Foxes
beautiful, silky pelts that come direct from the trapper and fur
farmer. And you will see
Marten, Mink, Otter, Lynx, Fisher, Beaver
Ermine, Hudson Seal
Raw, dressed or made up into scarfs and garments—anything
you want.
Glacier Bear, Grizzly Bear, Black
Bear and  Wolf Skins  and  Rugs
BUYING DIRECT from the trapper and fur farmer as we do,
on a very large scale, our prices are much less than you would
have to pay elsewhere. You will be surprised to find that the
fur you want is not beyond your purse.
INDIAN BASKETS AND CURIOS
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Established
1885
and Company
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Trans-Pacific Cable
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• Bamfield, North American terminus of
the "All-Red" cable linking the British
Isles to Australia and New Zealand, is one
of the really interesting points on the
West Coast.
The town comes into view upon rounding Cape Beale, at the entrance to Barclay
Sound, and the cable station stands out
prominently. From Bamfield, the cable
stretches across 3,540 miles of the Pacific
Ocean to Fanning Island, which was
raided and put out of action by Germans
during the War. This cable was first
laid in 1902, but subsequently a second
cable became necessary to handle increased
business. Bamfield is also the lifeboat
service station on the West Coast.
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Newcastle Island Offers
Delightful Cruise
• Two and a half hours from Vancouver,
in the island-studded Gulf of Georgia,
lies Newcastle Island, a veritable paradise
for visitors who enjoy a short sea cruise.
Canadian Pacific steamers run direct to
Newcastle Island from Vancouver, sailing through a vast inland sea which excels
the beauty of the famed Japanese cruise.
Newcastle Island offers a spacious dancing
pavilion, refreshment booths, playgrounds
with covered tables, sandy bathing
beaches, a fresh water outdoor wading
pool, and a large athletic ground. It is,
possibly, the finest one-day outing on the
West Coast.
Spaniard First White
To Visit West Coast
By Noel Robinson
© His name was Juan Perez—the first
white man ever to sail up the West Coast
of Vancouver Island. He was a Spaniard,
an intrepid and courtly gentleman-adventurer who gloried in risking his life in
the service of his King.
The year was 1774 — the year when
King George Ill's American colonists rebelled against oppressive tax measures and
launched their battle for freedom.
But it was a vastly different Vancouver
Island t6 which Perez came. True, it
was then clothed with magnificent evergreens; its sand beaches glistened whitely
in the sunshine; the huge Pacific combers
thundered against its cliffs; and the
fjords, ribbons of silver, stretched away
inland through the mountain bastions.
But there were no towns or cable stations
or canneries at the heads of the fjords.
Instead, there were Indian villages where
Nootka and Kwakiutl tribes lived in
primitive austerity.
Perez, battling huge Pacific combers in
a small corvette, the Santiago, sailed as
far north as the Queen Charlottes and
then, without landing anywhere, turned
back to Gil Bias in Mexico. In those days,
mariners were searching for a Northwest
Passage around North America to Europe
which explains, possibly, Perez's failure to
land and annex the coast for Spain..
Next year — in 1775 — another, and
more far-seeing Spaniard, sailed northward from Mexico, following Perez's
wake. He was Don Bodega y Quadra,
more diplomat than adventurer, and his
coming to the Pacific Coast was a forerunner of the first clash between Britain
and Spain for possession of this northwestern empire.
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Cannery, Pulp Mill
Points of Interest
• Quatsino Sound is the northern terminus of the West Coast cruise. Reached
after another open sea cruise from Kyu-
quot Sound, the first call is made at
Quatsino cannery; then Koprino; and
Quatsino village. The ship then proceeds
down the sheltered southeast arm to Port
Alice, where after a stay of several hours
during which a visit can be paid to the
pulp mill, the cruise vessel starts its long
run southward.
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• Nootka Sound, one of the most beautiful and largest sounds on the West
Coast, is probably one of the most interesting place of call on the whole cruise.
Historically, it has been associated
with most of the early explorers, including Capt. Cook, Capt. John Meares, Capt.
George Vancouver and Bodega y Quadra,
the Spanish commander, who surrendered
suzerainty to Capt. Vancouver as British
representative.
Originally named King George's Sound
by Capt. Cook upon discovery, the name
of this beautiful body of water was eventually changed back to Nootka, an
Indian word. Friendly Cove, where Capt.
Cook made his headquarters, was called
"Yukquot" by Indians of his day, which
means a "village exposed to the winds."
Nootka is a centre of the fishing industry and, en route north, the Princesses
pass through a beautiful narrow passage
between the mountains, called Tahsis
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• The first private farm settler to land
on Vancouver Island was Captain W. C.
Grant, from England, who arrived in
Sooke in 1849 with eight servants.
Eve said it to Adam. And now a little Indian
maid   at   Alert   Bay   takes   time   out   from
apple-eating to tempt a male tourist.    And
—do you think he said "No"?
Huge Island
• Vancouver Island is 282 miles in length
and varies in width from seven to 80
miles. It has an estimated area of 12,408
square miles and is separated from the
mainland by the Straits of Georgia.
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EXCEPTIONAL  ALASKAN  CURIOS
Souvenir to Every Northbound Lady Visitor FREE,
an Alaskan   "Souvenir   Dog  Team."
Cards will  be given you as you leave the boat.
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Thirty minutes by plane from Juneau, and
also weekly boat service.
Healthful Mineral Baths, Hunting, Fishing.
60 Cabins for rent. Sportsman's ideal for Spring
and Fall vacations.
Famous Mineral Baths in centre of town.
For detailed information, write to:
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• Continuing our account from yesterday's Princess of trips offered to vacationists in Alaska, Atlin and the Yukon,
the following are also available from
Skagway over Alaska's pioneer railway,
the White Pass & Yukon Route.
• Skagway-Atlin and Return
The Atlin trip requires a minimum of
seven days. For this trip, return reservation from Skagway is made on the
next following ship of the ocean line
which brings one north. We go by rail
to Carcross, and from Carcross by well
appointed lake steamer through country
of indescribable beauty ... a lovely
region comprising hundreds of miles of
fresh, sparkling waters . . . contrasting
mountains and glaciers . . . sweeping
slopes of pine forest . . . glorious summer
weather. This is a vacation Paradise for
the hiker, camper, fisherman, and hunter,
as well as for those who desire to simply
relax and rest. Grayling and lake trout
abound, the latter sometimes attaining a
weight of over twenty pounds. Moose,
caribou, bear, mountain sheep and mountain goats roam in the woods and over
the rocks; grouse, ptarmigan and waterfowl thrive in great numbers. The spacious and comfortable Atlin In caters to
the traveler's every requirement. The rail
journey to Whitehorse and return is included in the itinerary.
• West Taku Arm and Return
This is also a lake cruise of the same
general type as the Atlin trip, but designed particularly to offer tourists on
steamers which remain in Skagway for
two days, an opportunity to view some
of the beauties of this remote region
. . . and at the end of the lake trip to
come suddenly upon Ben-my-Chree, a
garden spot in the wilderness, where true
Northern hospitality is offered all visitors. World travelers have pronounced
this to be a trip of exceptional interest
and charm.
• Ska gtv ay-Dawson and Return
This trip may be made between the
arrival of one ship in Skagway, and the
departure of another ship of the same
line some seven or eight days later. However, practically all Dawson passengers
make the side-trip to Atlin on their return, and this requires a few days longer.
If we are to follow the trail of the gold-
seekers to its logical conclusion, we must
transfer to the river steamer at Whitehorse, and set forth on this fascinating
voyage down the Yukon to Dawson, in
the Klondike. By this time we have made
friends who will contribute to the enjoyment of the trip; there are shipboard
diversions — cards, social games and
dances . . . always something to do or to
see. Delightful contacts can be made
with the whole-souled people who make
their homes in this frontier land, and
fortunate indeed is that traveler who
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Points of Interest
In Prince Rupert
• Acropolis Hill. A fine view of the
city and surrounding country may be
obtained from this eminence of classic
name which, like its counterpart in
Athens, overlooks the city.
Fish Cold Storage Plants. Two in the
city, one of which is the largest in the
world, with a capacity of 14,000,000
pounds, and the other, 2,500,000 pounds.
Big Fish. See fish weighing 3 50 pounds
and other unusual species of the sea.
Butze Rapids. Scenic drive to this
spectacle of stirring beauty.
Museum. Indian and natural novelties
peculiar to the district.
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Along
the Trail of "98"
• (Continued from Page Four)
may, perchance, prevail upon one of the
pioneers to speak intimately of early day
experiences. The steamer meanwhile proceeds swiftly downstream, through rapids
and around bends it goes . . . past wooded
hills and into ever-lengthening days. We
shall experience something of the thrill
of the stampeder as we draw nearer and
nearer to the golden treasure house of the
Klondike. At Dawson, there are no more
brawling saloons and feverish activity—
instead, we find a serene little city,
peopled by a fine, open-handed citizenry.
Here may be seen what has become a
veritable shrine,—the Robert W. Service
cabin, where the poet wrote many of his
stirring verses. Mining activity has by
no means ceased; great dredges are working the gravels of the Klondike River and
its tributaries, and will doubtless continue
to do so for many years. There is a
vital charm to this place ... an intangible lure that grips and holds. It saturates the very air as we watch the sunset
•
JUNEAU
We carry a full  line  of Carved   Ivory,  Baskets,
Moccasins,   Alaskan  Views  and   Nugget  Jewelry.
LUDWIG   NELSON
JEWELRY  and  CURIOS JUNEAU,   ALASKA
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Famous Beach
• Long Beach, a few miles from
Ucluelet, is one of the most famous
beaches in the world. A road is
now being constructed to it from
Ucluelet. Long Beach is twelve
miles long and a quarter-mile wide.
It was considered by Sir Malcolm
Campbell, famous British race car
driver, as a possible course for his
Bluebird when Campbell finally decided to abandon Daytona in his
efforts to attain a land speed of 300
miles an hour. Long Beach, however, was passed in favor of the salt
sands in Utah owing to its inaccessibility.
blend into the sunrise when the old day
greets the new.
Tomorrow   the   Yukon   River   Circle
Tour will be described.
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• The pioneer way of spelling Skagway,
the famous "infamous" gold-rush town,
was Skaguay. Later the "u" was replaced with "w" in the spelling. However, one occasionally sees the "u" still
used in print.
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• Victoria's public library contains over
63,000 volumes and the Provincial Government Library, 190,000 volumes.
• WRANGELL *
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Alaska's   Real   Curio  Stores
Publishers of "Totem Lore"
W. C. WATERS, Prop.
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on board the Princess steamers of the B. C.
Coast Steamship Service, the Canadian
Pacific Princess Souvenir Booklet provides
a medium for effective advertising that is
unsurpassed. Passengers are in a receptive mood ... interested in the cities for
which the steamer is bound. The Booklet,
full of informative reading matter, reaches
thousands of readers under ideal psychological circumstances. They want to know
about services ... products ... where to
go ... what to see ... what to buy.
Ninety-five per cent, of them must purchase a service or a commodity when
they arrive — shop, stay somewhere,
make trips, travel. Tell them about your
resort, your hotel, your products, or your
services   in   this   assured  result  medium.
MUSEUM and ART GOODS—NUGGET JEWELRY
Be sure to save some time to visit the Shops when in port, especially at Juneau,
the Capital City. Their interest is as great as any other part of your trip.
There you meet people and talk to them. Among the most interesting is
THE NUGGET SHOP, one of the oldest and largest—displaying a most complete
selection of Alaska Goods, both real and simulated, valued accordingly.
Shop with Safety
and Comfort
The NUGGET SHOP
JUNEAU
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with a conductor whose Alaskan  personality and «
information   makes   Skagway   memorable  to  you. ^
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Skagway
Famous for its Home Cooking.
Alaska's most famous Tourist Hotel.
Museum contains over 4,000 Alaskan
Curios.   Admission, 25c.
Dedman's Photo Shop
develops films of your whole trip while in
Skagway.   Leave with ship's  News Agent
—or visit us.
SEE OUR LINE OF ALASKAN PICTURES
PACK TRAIN INN
Finest   Liquors,   Beers,  Wines.    Sit  at  the  bar
made  famous   by   Historical   Alaskan   Characters.
ICE CREAM SERVED.
See    RICHTERS
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Ivory, Bone and Wood Carvings
Hand-Made Silver Souvenir Spoons
Visit the
WHITE HOUSE GARDENS
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Order Cut Flowers for Your Stateroom
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ADVERTISING OFFICES
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Seattle:
Victoria:
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Albernis Are Named
For Old Spaniard
• After cruising down Alberni fjord, 30
miles in length, tourists come to Port
Alberni and the old town of Alberni.
These towns are historically interesting
because they take their name from one of
the most colorful of the Spaniards who
came from Mexico to the West Coast.
A stormy petrel, Don Alberni was promoted, demoted and finally again promoted for his work in the northwestern
colony. Recently, a record of his life in
British Columbia has been translated for
the first time into English.
The Albernis are the centre of the
West Coast logging industry, with the
finest surviving stands of virgin timber
surrounding them. They are also focal
points in the West Coast fishing industry.
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Prince Rupert Is
Centre of Industry
• Prince Rupert, one of the towns visited
by Alaska-bound steamers, is one of the
most important ports in British Columbia.
A centre of the fishing industry, Prince
Rupert is the base of operations of the
halibut fleet, second most valuable fishing
resource of the province. Halibut catches
are landed here, sold and are shipped in
modern refrigerating service to all points
on the North American continent. Salmon fishing, too, is an important industry
throughout the Prince Rupert area.
In addition to its pre-eminent position
in the fishing industry, Prince Rupert is
also the centre of vast lumbering and
mining enterprises. Huge quantities of
lumber are annually exported to all parts
of the world. North of Prince Rupert
is located the famous Stewart district, the
most highly mineralized and valuable area
in the whole province.
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• Forests on Vancouver Island hold the
greatest large remaining stand of soft
wood in the British Empire. Mineral deposits are extensive and coal mines have
been worked since the earliest fur-trading
days.
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which was adopted as the name of the
peninsula at the southern end of Vancouver Island. The peninsula was one of
the earliest districts ever settled on the
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in British Columbia. Originally, Saanich
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recent years, it has won fame for its production of small fruits, strawberries,
loganberries and cherries, for its commercial flower and bulb culture, poultry
raising, fox farming and commercial seed
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required to pass a Canadian immigration
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your boat arrives in port you
will find our latch-string out
and someone in attendance.
May be seen at Chas. Goldstein & Co/s fine fur and curio store
in Juneau.
From every corner of the Far North has been gathered the
finest and largest collection of furs in Alaska. You will find a
•rare delight in visiting our store and seeing what Alaska
produces in the way of furs.
HUNDREDS OF FOXES
Silver Foxes, Red Foxes, Cross Foxes, White Foxes, Blue Foxes
beautiful, silky pelts that come direct from the trapper and fur
farmer. And you will see
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Ermine, Hudson Seal
Raw, dressed or made up into scarfs and garments—anything
you want.
Glacier Bear, Grizzly Bear, Black
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BUYING DIRECT from the trapper and fur farmer as we do,
on a very large scale, our prices are much less than you would
have to pay elsewhere. You will be surprised to find that the
fur you want is not beyond your purse.
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Unique Exhibits to
Be Seen at Juneau
• Juneau, another of the picturesque
towns in Alaska, is reached a few hours
after passing Taku glacier.
Set in superb natural surroundings,
with Mount Juneau rising perpendicularly
to 3,500 feet behind the town, the
Princess steams into the landing about 7
p.m., with still several hours of the long
Arctic daylight ahead in which to see and
admire.
Juneau is named after the French-
Canadian who first discovered placer gold
there in the early '80's. One of the gates
through which rushers streamed into the
north, the town has survived the slump
in gold production and has built a chelation of its own based upon Arctic tradition. In the Arctic Brotherhood hall
is a unique museum showing valuable
curios; a lamp carved in stone; old Chinese talisman coins; queer trinkets; skeletons of early settlers; and age-old carved
ivory and Indian relics.
Among interesting short trips in the
vicinity are Mendenhall Glacier and Auk
Lake; the site of Joe Juneau's first strike
in Gold Creek Basin; and Thane and
Douglas, where in other days were the
largest low-grade gold-crushing plants in
the world.
Friendly Cove Flays
Host to Capt. Cook
By Noel Robinson
• Capt. James Cook was at the height of
his fame when he came to the West Coast
in 1778.
Already he had twice circumnavigated
the globe. Capt. Cook was largely interested in discovering a Northwest Passage
to Europe when he came to Vancouver
Island. He had failed; had ridden out
fierce storms on the Pacific; and had, at
last, put into Nootka Sound to recondition his vessel, the Discovery.
He landed at Friendly Cove where he
was greeted by Chief Maquinna. One of
Capt. Cook's junior officers, on that
cruise, was Lieut. Bligh, a sinister figure
who later, as master of the Bounty, was
to figure in one of the most romantic
incidents in the history of British exploration—the mutiny of the ship's crew in
the South Seas. Hundreds of Indians
flocked to Friendly Cove while Cook's
ship lay there re-fitting and the great
navigator's journal reveals that a roaring
trade was prosecuted. It is recorded over
100 canoes lay around the Discovery on a
single day.
Then, the Discovery, re-fitted, laden
with wood and water and food supplies,
sailed westward again across the Pacific
Ocean with Capt. Cook on the bridge.
Little did he guess, watching Vancouver
Island's shore-line drop below the horizon,
that he had sailed upon his last quest.
But it was so. For it was on this voyage
that the great explorer was set upon and
slain in the Sandwich (Hawaiian) Islands.
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Barclay Sound Is
Famed For Herring
9 Barclay Sound, where numerous calls
are made at fishing stations, is another
area on the West Coast which is intimately connected with the early history
of the explorers.
It is named after Capt. J. Barclay,
skipper of the Imperial Eagle, who discovered it in 1787. One year later that
colorful British adventurer, Capt. John
Meares, passed through the Sound aboard
the Felice en route to Wicananish in Clayoquot Sound where he carried on a trade
with the Indians in sea-otter pelts.
The Sound today is headquarters of a
herring fleet and is also the site of an
important fish-packing plant.
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Intriguing Relics of Old Boys
Found in Pullen House
• One of the most popular calls made
by tourists and friends visiting Skagway
is on Mrs. Pullen, at Pullen House.
A curio room of Skagway by-gone
days filled with relics of the gambling
halls of that time and other antiques
creates quite an interest. Here may be
seen the first music box manufactured
in the U.S.A. by Sherman Clay & Co.,
San Francisco. Also the first typewriter
used in Skagway, property of the land
office.
Pictures of old characters adorn the
walls, as well as many old-time gambling
scenes.
Soapy Smith's "articles of trade"; to
wit, crap table, poker table, faro table,
roulette wheel, etc., by which he inveigled
the hard-won gold from prospectors fresh
in from the hills are also stored in this
antique room. You will hear a lot about
Soapy Smith in Skagway, and you will
not quite be able to make up your mind
whether he was a benefactor or town bad
man. He was undoubtedly the rough
and tough gambler, common type of Gold
Rush Days, but just as evidently he was
the generous open-handed man type also
well known among miners of the North
country.
His grave will be visited in the cemetery ... but in Pullen House historic
room may be seen the rough wood slab
which first marked his resting place.
Old-time slot machines, pictures taken
from Soapy's saloon, crystal ware brought
to America in sailing ship days by Mrs.
Pullen's mother, old gold panning outfits,
pack saddles, etc. Cluttered in one heap
are some of the heavy articles discarded
along the "trail of '98" by men who,
trekking to the gold fieds, had to learn
by the ache in their back and the sweat
of their brow the now-oft repeated injunction to "travel light."
There are many beautiful pictures in
Mrs. Pullen's lofty ceilinged home, but
one that especially claims attention and
sympathy is a scene burnt on leather,
entitled "The Reclamation." It is a winter scene of a deserted cabin in a clearing
almost at the foot of a mountain. The
snow is heavy, the trees laden, and the
pale full moon of winter is rising over
the tops of the trees . . . and there, breaking trail is a huge antlered moose returning once again to his own domain.
The sitting room of Pullen House with
its stone fireplace is a comfortable spot
to relax, and as hostess with her store of
early stories and incidents of pioneer life,
Mrs. Pullen carries on the traditions of
Northern hospitality.
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© Terms Used in Alaska
A newcomer to Alaska is termed cheechako (accent on the first syllable); old-
timers are sourdoughs (from their habit
of starting bread from a bit of sour
dough left over from the last batch), and
Alaska is Alaska, but all the rest of the
world is outside.
Noted Painter of North
Two Decades in Alaska
® Sydney Laurence's paintings of
the North land carry the color and
the touch of the artist who loves
and knows his subject to all the
little intimate details that makes
for depth and understanding.
The cwtist had already won fame
for himself in England and France
with his marine sUidies before going to Alaska. He then laid his
brush aside for twenty years and
lived in Alaska as railroad-laborer,
prospector and gold-miner. It is
this wealth of experience that is
felt in his portrayals of Alaska
scenes.
"Mt. McKinley," the vicinity of
his Alaskan sojourn, is one of his
most famous pictures. The original
hangs in the National Art Gallery
in Washington, D.C. "Northern
Lights" is a not her of his best
known works.
Mr. Laurence studied in Netv
York, Paris and Rome. Exhibited
his first picttires in the National
Academy of Design, 1882. Paris
Salon, 1870. Received Honorable
Mention, 1894. Is a member of the
Royal Society of British Artists,
London, and is a complimentary
member of the Cheltenham Fine
Arts Society, England, and of the
Salmagundi Club, New York.
Many in Pioneer Alaska Days
Later Noted Americans
® Many men are part and parcel of the
history of Skagway. They carved their
names in doughty deeds and otherwise
stamped their masculine personalities in
unforgettable manner.
Tourists from all over the world today
drink to the names of some of these men
over the same bar that they once stood
by in the exciting pioneer days of
Alaska.
A plaque over this bar, found at Pack
Train Inn bears such notable names as
Tex, Rickard, who later was to become
the great fight promoter of the old Madison Square Garden; Robert W. Service,
whose poems have immortalized the gold
rush atmosphere; Alex. Pantages, theatre
magnate, who got his start in Alaska;
Peter Jackson, who fought with James J.
Corbett; Frank Gotch, another well-
known fighter, and Jack O'Brien, also
of pugilistic tendencies. Joe Coynski and
Lord and Lady Dunsmore are also engraved on the plaque.
® Alaskan tourists, if they wish, may today follow in the footsteps of the gold
rushers, over thatN deadly mountain trail
where hundreds died in their effort to
run the gauntlet of the hills into the
Klondike.
Unique Sightseeing St. Car
Driven by '98-er in Skagway
@ Skagway is one of the most interesting
of the ports of call on the Alaskan cruise
—historically and for side scenic trips.
Martin Itjen, an original '98-er, will
take you for an unforgettable two-hour
ride in his unique street car to the town's
points of interest. This includes a stop
at Soapy Smith's grave, Reid Falls,
Pullen House, and famous building sites.
The Blanchard Gardens, also visited in
the street railway tour, have the most
wonderful array of flowers. Pansies commonly measure 3 by 3/2 inches, with
others reaching much greater breadth and
length. Eleven-inch dahlias and begonias
of  richest red  delight  the flower lover.
The luxuriant and giant growth of the
many flowers in these gardens have to be
seen to be appreciated.
When you call in at the Richter Curio
Store near the station do not forget to
view the antique native pottery and Eskimo collection.    It is worth while.
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Miners' Gold Nuggets Worn
En Chain by Gambler
® An interesting and valuable reminder
in keeping with the times and the country
is the nugget chain of "Pat Renwick,"
famed gambler. It may be seen in the
show window of Kirmse's Curio Shop,
Skagway.
Pat was a faro dealer and won the nuggets from the miners in from Dawson
City during the Gold Rush Days of '98.
Ambitious to be the Diamond Jim Brady
of Alaska, Pat had the large nuggets
linked together by the original jeweler
in Skagway, father of the present proprietor of Kirmse's Store.
The gambler wore this heavy momento
of his luck ; . . and the other fellows'
loss . . . on a bright red vest, dressing
himself in a checker suit, plus a stovepipe hat. When feeling especially opulent he used to hang ten and twenty-
dollar gold pieces on the links.
Renwick died in Skagway in 1904.
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Air View Over Taku Glacier
One of Stirring Beauty
® In making the flight out of Juneau by
airplane over Mendenhall and Taku
Glaciers, you pass over one of the largest
ice caps in the world. In addition to that
the high mountains and scenery surpasses
any in Europe. The many people who
have made this flight are thrilled and say
they have never enjoyed a flight more
than the trip out of Juneau where they
climb to an altitude of 5,500 feet, always within gliding distance of a safe
waterway. If you are thrilled at the
beauties of Taku Glacier from the deck
of your Canadian Pacific Princess steamer, think of seeing the immense sweeping
ice field as you glide down from the altitude of 5,000 feet over the ice-capped
mountains to several hundred feet above
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Logging and salmon canning are the principal industries. Trout and salmon fishing are the chief sports, with duck, bear,
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Dame Nature at New Sculptures
Princess tourists pause to stare enthralled at Taku Glacier.    Scenes such as this, in the Glacial
Age, accompanied the birth of the Inside Passage as glaciers cut away the softer rocks of the
Coast mountains.
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Along the Trail of #98 Today
White Pass & Yukon Route
Somewhere among the suggestions for
trips in the Northland made here in the
past three issues of the Canadian Pacific
Princess lies the answer to our problem.
We are bound to find here the ultimate
in travel romance. Here, conveniently,
on our own continent, is the unsurpassed
vacation . . . the perfect escape. Let us
explore for ourselves a land which is still
as God intended. We will never regret
such a decision . . . and if we go once,
we must be prepared to go a second, or
even a third time. If we but give those
subtle tendrils of the North Country a
chance to fasten themselves on our hearts
we shall know that there is more—much
more—than mere phraseology, to "The
Spell of the North."
And here we append what is by far the
most complete and comprehensive tour
of all, and the one which is most highly
recommended to those who have sufficient
time in which to make it.
O Yukon River Circle Tour
The route is identical with the above
until Dawson is reached. From Dawson,
however, instead of turning back we
continue on down the river. For hundreds of miles the steamer follows this
mighty and growing stream, delving
deeper and deeper into the North. Out
of Yukon Territory we go—back again
into Alaska . . . finally churning across
the Arctic Circle into the real "Land of
the Midnight Sun." At the proper time
of the year the sun is visible above the
horizon at midnight ... an unforgettable sight. Turning south once more,
the Yukon River is followed to Tanana;
our steamer proceeds upstream on the
Tanana River to the town of Nenana,
where connection is made with the government-owned Alaska Railroad. From
here we travel over the rails . . . first to
Fairbanks, "Alaska's Golden Heart," and
thence back to the Pacific Ocean, passing enroute the greatest mountain on the
North American continent . . . Mt. McKinley . . . 20,300 feet of snowy might,
rising higher from its basal plateau than
any other peak in the world. From Seward, an Alaska Line ship takes us back
across the Gulf of Alaska, past the tremendous mountains and glaciers of the
St. Elias and Fairweather ranges, to the
Inside Passage.
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Attracts Visitors
• Interesting points in Kyuquot Sound,
reached after an open sea passage from
Esperanza Inlet, are Cachelot, a former
whaling station which has been converted
into a fish reducing plant; Chamiss Bay;
and the Indian village of Kyuquot. Boat
landings only can be made at this latter
place. Another point of interest on this
sound is Solander Island off Cape Cook
which is the home of a large colony of
sea lions.
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Here is a view of Skagway as the tourist may see it from the hills which girdle the town.
• Beautiful Alaskan Furs in Juneau
Tourists need have no hesitancy in visiting Goldstein furriers in Juneau with
merely an intent to admire his fine collection of Alaskan furs. The luxuriant and
beautiful pelts are brought in from the
Interior from the vicinity of Mackenzie
River into the Yukon, and down to the
Delta. The silver fox furs are especially
popular. It is an education to roam
around this store and the clerks consider
it a happy privilege to give the inquiring
traveller information.
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Be sure to save some time to visit the Shops when in port, especially at Juneau,
the Capital City. There interest is as great as on any other part of your trip.
There you meet people and talk to them. Among the most interesting is
THE NUGGET SHOP, one of the oldest and largest—displaying a most complete
selection of Alaska Goods, both real and simulated, valued accordingly.
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Sitka Cathedral Is
Artistic Anomaly
• Nowhere else in the word, perhaps, is
there a building as unique as the Russian
cathedral in Sitka.
It is unique for many reasons. Its
strange Russian tower appears delightfully exotic to the eyes of visiting Occidentals. It stands as a link between
North America and the old Russia of the
Czars. It presents a striking contrast to
the Indian totem poles which stand
within its shadow.
But, most of all, it is unique because
its distinctive tower stands as a monument to man's catholicity in things artistic. There is a fascinating story behind
its appearance here, thousands of miles
from its place of origin and hundreds of
years after its first appearance as an artistic conception.
To Tamerlane, who came like a whirlwind out of the limb of High Asia, terrorising East and West, is attributed its
popularity. Tamerlane, it is said, first
saw its prototype in the doomed city of
Damascus. He had drawings made of it
before Damascus was sacked. And subsequently, in Samarkand, buildings with
the swelling dome-shaped tower were
erected by the Tartar conqueror in honor
of Aljai, the woman he loved better than
anyone else on earth.
From Samarkand, the dome-shaped
tower went to Russia, to become the
dominant motif in decoration of Russian
cathedrals. Turkey, too, borrowed it and
Tamerlane's descendants, the Great Moguls of India, employed it to adorn their
finest buildings. And in India it achieved
its artistic pinnacle when, incorporated
into the Taj Mahal, its sleek beauty made
that structure one of the architectural
wonders of the world.
This, then, is the lineage of the tower
on Sitka's Russian cathedral. True, perhaps, its builder may not have achieved
the classic symmetry of the Taj Mahal's
towers. But here, on one of the world's
last frontiers, he has erected a monument
to the abiding strength of a great artistic
concept.
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Big Game Area
• Included in subsidiary trips which
may be taken in Northern British
Columbia is a journey into the Cassiar big-game country. Entry to
Cassiar district may be made from
Wrangell up the Stikine River to
Telegraph Creek. River steamers
run a regular Tuesday service, with
accommodation for from 15 to 50
passengers. Telegraph Creek is outfitting point for big-game parties.
"Royal Furs"
• Sea-otter pelts, known in the early
days as "royal furs," drew many traders
to the West Coast. Sea-otter abounded
in those days, one ship alone lifting a
cargo of over 500 of these magnificent
skins. Sea-otter were designated "royal
furs" because, in the days when the Russian czars claimed suzerainty on the West
Coast, they reserved for their own use
this finest of all furs. But so relentlessly
were these beasts of the sea pursued that
soon they were practically exterminated
until today only occasional animals are
seen. They are now rigidly protected,
heavy fines being imposed for their
capture.
The most impressive scene in
the cavalcade of a great Empire
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Millions will see this greatest
of Empire celebrations . . .
London is preparing for
hundreds of thousands of
visitors. Start planning now
to be there yourself—for
details and interesting litera'
ture, send your name to J. J.
Forster, Steamship General
Passenger Agent, Vancouver,
B.C., Phone, Trinity  1151.
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Intriguing Relics of Old Boys
Found in Pullen House
• One of the most popular calls made
by tourists and friends visiting Skagway
is on Mrs. Pullen, at Pullen House.
A curio room of Skagway by-gone
days filled with relics of the gambling
halls of that time and other antiques
creates quite an interest. Here may be
seen the first music box manufactured
in the U.S.A. by Sherman Clay & Co.,
San Francisco. Also the first typewriter
used in Skagway, property of the land
office.
Pictures of old characters adorn the
walls, as well as many old-time gambling
scenes.
Soapy Smith's "articles of trade"; to
wit, crap table, poker table, faro table,
roulette wheel, etc., by which he inveigled
the hard-won gold from prospectors fresh
in from the hills are also stored in this
antique room. You will hear a lot about
Soapy Smith in Skagway, and you will
not quite be able to make up your mind
whether he was a benefactor or town bad
man. He was undoubtedly the rough
and tough gambler, common type of Gold
Rush Days, but just as evidently he was
the generous open-handed man type also
well known among miners of the North
country.
His grave will be visited in the cemetery . , . but in Pullen House historic
room may be seen the rough wood slab
which first marked his resting place.
Old-time slot machines, pictures taken
from Soapy's saloon, crystal ware brought
to America in sailing ship days by Mrs.
Pullen's mother, old gold panning outfits,
pack saddles, etc. Cluttered in one heap
are some of the heavy articles discarded
along the "trail of '98" by men who,
trekking to the gold fieds, had to learn
by the ache in their back and the sweat
of their brow the now-oft repeated injunction to "travel light."
There are many beautiful pictures in
Mrs. Pullen's lofty ceilinged home, but
one that especially claims attention and
sympathy is a scene burnt on leather,
entitled "The Reclamation." It is a winter scene of a deserted cabin in a clearing
almost at the foot of a mountain. The
snow is heavy, the trees laden, and the
pale full moon of winter is rising over
the tops of the trees . . . and there, breaking trail is a huge antlered moose returning once again to his own domain.
The sitting room of Pullen House with
its stone fireplace is a comfortable spot
to relax, and as hostess with her store of
early stories and incidents of pioneer life,
Mrs. Pullen carries on the traditions of
Northern hospitality.
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A newcomer to Alaska is termed cheechako (accent on the first syllable); old-
timers are sourdoughs (from their habit
of starting bread from a bit of sour
dough left over from the last batch), and
Alaska is Alaska, but all the rest of the
world is outside.
Noted Painter of North
Two Decades in Alaska
• Sydney Laurence's paintings of
the North land carry the color and
the touch of the artist who loves
and knows his subject to all the
little intimate details that makes
for depth and understanding.
The artist had already won fame
for himself in England and France
with his marine studies before going to Alaska. He then laid his
brush aside for twenty years and
lived in Alaska as railroad-laborer,
prospector and gold-miner. It is
this wealth of experience that is
felt in his portrayals of Alaska
scenes.
"Mt. McKinley," the vicinity of
his Alaskan sojourn, is one of his
most famous pictures. The original
hangs in the National Art Gallery
in Washington, D.C. "Northern
Lights" is another of his best
known %vorks.
Mr. Laurence studied in Neiv
York, Paris and Rome. Exhibited
his first pic Hires in the National
Academy of Design, 1882. Paris
Salon, 1870. Received Honorable
Mention, 1894. Is a member of the
Royal Society of British Artists,
London, and is a complimentary
member of the Cheltenham Fine
Arts Society, England, and of the
Salmagundi Club, New York.
Unique Sightseeing St. Car
Driven by '98-er in Skagway
@ Skagway is one of the most interesting
of the ports of call on the Alaskan cruise
—historically and for side scenic trips.
Martin Itjen, an original '98-er, will
take you for an unforgettable two-hour
ride in his unique street car to the town's
points of interest. This includes a stop
at Soapy Smith's grave, Reid Falls,
Pullen House, and famous building sites.
The Blanchard Gardens, also visited in
the street railway tour, have the most
wonderful array of flowers. Pansies commonly measure 3 by 3 l/z inches, with
others reaching much greater breadth and
length. Eleven-inch dahlias and begonias
of richest red delight  the flower lover.
The luxuriant and giant growth of the
many flowers in these gardens have to be
seen to be appreciated.
When you call in at the Richter Curio
Store near the station do not forget to
view the antique native pottery and Eskimo collection.    It is worth while.
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Many in Pioneer Alaska Days
Later Noted Americans
® Many men are part and parcel of the
history of Skagway. They carved their
names in doughty deeds and otherwise
stamped their masculine personalities in
unforgettable manner.
Tourists from all over the world today
drink to the names of some of these men
over the same bar that they once stood
by in the exciting pioneer days of
Alaska.
A plaque over this bar, found at Pack
Train Inn bears such notable names as
Tex, Rickard, who later was to become
the great fight promoter of the old Madison Square Garden; Robert W. Service,
whose poems have immortalized the gold
rush atmosphere; Alex. Pantages, theatre
magnate, who got his start in Alaska;
Peter Jackson, who fought with James J.
Corbett; Frank Gotch, another well-
known fighter, and Jack O'Brien, also
of pugilistic tendencies. Joe Coynski and
Lord and Lady Dunsmore are also engraved on the plaque.
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rushers, over that deadly mountain trail
where hundreds died in their effort to
run the gauntlet of the hills into the
Klondike.
Miners1 Gold Nuggets Worn
In Chain by Gambler
® An interesting and valuable reminder
in keeping with the times and the country
is the nugget chain of "Pat Renwick,"
famed gambler. It may be seen in the
show window of Kirmse's Curio Shop,
Skagway.
Pat was a faro dealer and won the nuggets from the miners in from Dawson
City during the Gold Rush Days of '98.
Ambitious to be the Diamond Jim Brady
of Alaska, Pat had the large nuggets
linked together by the original jeweler
in Skagway, father of the present proprietor of Kirmse's Store.
The gambler wore this heavy momento
of his luck : . . and the other fellows'
loss ... on a bright red vest, dressing
himself in a checker suit, plus a stovepipe hat. When feeling especially opulent he used to hang ten and twenty-
dollar gold pieces on the links.
Renwick died in Skagway in 1904.
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Air View Over Taku Glacier
One of Stirring Beauty
• In making the flight out of Juneau by
airplane over Mendenhall and Taku
Glaciers, you pass over one of the largest
ice caps in the world. In addition to that
the high mountains and scenery surpasses
any in Europe. The many people who
have made this flight are thrilled and say
they have never enjoyed a flight more
than the trip out of Juneau where they
climb to an altitude of 5,500 feet, always within gliding distance of a safe
waterway. If you are thrilled at the
beauties of Taku Glacier from the deck
of your Canadian Pacific Princess steamer, think of seeing the immense sweeping
ice field as you glide down from the altitude of 5,000 feet over the ice-capped
mountains to several hundred feet above
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buy or to look around. Goldstein's fur store is one of the
show places of Juneau and a
regular port of call for tourists. Visitors are always welcome. No matter what time
your boat arrives in port you
will find our latch-string out
and someone in attendance.
May be seen at Chas. Goldstein & Co/s fine fur and curio store
in Juneau.
From every corner of the Far North has been gathered the
finest and largest collection of furs in Alaska. You will find a
rare delight in visiting our store and seeing what Alaska
produces in the way of furs.
HUNDREDS OF FOXES
Silver Foxes, Red Foxes, Cross Foxes, White Foxes, Blue Foxes
beautiful, silky pelts that come direct from the trapper and fur
farmer. And you will see
Marten, Mink, Otter, Lynx, Fisher, Beaver
Ermine, Hudson Seal
Raw, dressed or made up into scarfs and garments—anything
you want.
Glacier Bear, Grizzly Bear, Black
Bear and  Wolf Skins  and   Rugs
BUYING DIRECT from the trapper and fur farmer as we do,
on a very large scale, our prices are much less than you would
have to pay elsewhere. You will be surprised to find that the
fur you want is not beyond your purse.
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Serene Beauty Seen
In Famed Lynn Canal
• Lynn Canal, through which the Princesses pass a few hours before arriving at
Skagway, is one of the most spectacular
scenic areas in all the North. Eighty
miles in length and from one to five miles
wide, Lynn Canal is sentinelled on both
sides by towering mountain peaks which
rise to the clouds or which open out into
beautiful canyons from which gush
waterfalls fed from snow-capped peaks.
The magic beauty of the scene is intensified, too, as the placid waters of the
canal mirror peaks, canyons and waterfalls perfectly.
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Washington University
Enters 75th Year
• Entering into its 75 th year, University
of Washington has announced a total
student enrollment of 9,600. This shatters all previous "highs" by more than
500 students. The University was started
in 1861, just 10 years after the founding
of Seattle. Its original site was on the
present "Metropolitan Center," in the
heart of downtown Seattle.
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• Scientists state the best climate for the
white race should have an average temperature of 40 degrees in winter and 64
in summer. Victoria's temperature is,
winter, 42 degrees, and summer, 61.
Captain George Vancouver Discovered Site of Present City
Courtly Don Quadra . . . Chief Maquinna . . . The Massacre
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The Canadian Press in all parts of
the world, and thousands of correspondents, contribute to the news
reports received by the ship for
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By Noel
• Capt. George Vancouver was the man
sent out from England to take formal
possession of the Northwest Coast for
Britain.
Already one of the greatest mariners
of his time, Capt. Vancouver had twice
circumnavigated the globe with his great
teacher, Capt. James Cook. He was, too,
a politic man, with the many-sided genius
required for a great explorer.
Aboard the Discovery, he arrived in
Nootka Sound to meet the courtly Don
Quadra, Spain's envoy. And, in Friendly
Cove, there followed the meeting of three
strangely-assorted men — Capt. Vancouver, Don Quadra and Chief Maquinna,
head of the Nootka tribe. A fine friendship developed amongst them, with both
Quadra and Vancouver being impressed
by the inherent noblity of the Indian.
For Maquinna was handsome, physically
splendid, keenly intelligent and, most remarkable for an Indian, possessed of an
extraordinary humor.
Although negotiations between Capt.
Vancouver and Don Quadra proved abortive, the two leaders remained close
friends. Together they explored the coast,
Capt. Vancouver being the first European
of record to sail up the Straits of Georgia
into Burrard Inlet, the site of the great
modern city which now bears his name.
Robinson
Don Quadra's ships also came up the
Straits and today one of Vancouver's
finest bathing beaches is known as Spanish Banks in memory of Quadra's ships
which anchored off this shore.
The last glimpse we catch of Chief
Maquinna is a melancholy one — the
massacre of the crew of the fur-trader
Boston by Maquinna and his tribe. Only
two members of the crew escaped death
—Jewett, a blacksmith from Boston,
England; and Thompson, an American.
Twice, while they were prisoners, Jewett
saved Thompson from the vengeful Indians who had become enraged at the
severity with which they had been treated
by American traders and, after their escape, Jewett wrote a book outlining their
experiences. It is the only written record
dealing with the customs of the Nootka
Indians of the time of Chief Maquinna.
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• Alert Bay, on Cormorant Island, in
addition to being the great totem pole
centre of the Pacific Coast, is also one of
the principal fishing ports. Visitors are
invited to inspect the salmon canning
plants in the town, where guides will explain the various processes of the industry,
one of the most important in British
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Leaving Victoria over this highway,
visitors may see the famous reversible
falls at the Gorge where, when the tide
comes in, the river flows in the opposite
direction—away from the sea. Then, in
rapid succession, comes the historic old
Hudson's Bay buildings, Colwood race
track and the Royal Colwood golf course.
Then, up along the tree and fern-bordered
road, the visitor soars up and up and up,
until he sits on the roof of the world at
the Malahat Lookout. Saanich peninsula,
green and geometrical, lies at his feet and
beyond the horizon shimmers far out to
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the visitor is particularly favored of the
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Northward still, the highway runs
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• Situated in beautiful Volunteer Park
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only rivalled by the 26 majestic mountain peaks which are visible from its
porch. From the front of the museum
one gets a fine view of the harbor, as well
as the lofty Cascades to the east and the
Olympics to the west.
Particularly oustanding among the exhibits is the Oriental collection, which
in the fields of Chinese and Japanese art
is of world importance. It is not only
the field of Oriental art that the museum
covers, however, for one entire wing
houses western art, both contemporary
and early.
The museum has had a large attendance since its opening in 1933, with more
than 250,000 visitors entering the doors
during the year.
The Museum has taken a leading part
in the cultural life of this region as well
as the city. One example of this is the
21st Annual Exhibition of Northwest
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Associated With Beautiful Indian Legend
The Stampede . . . Denver Glacier ... An Indian Legend
• During the early days of '97 travel
into the Yukon was through Dyea,
located at the northern extremity of the
western inlet of Lynn Canal, and thence
over the Chilcoot Pass, but with the discovery of the less arduous trail over the
White Pass (named in honor of Thos.
White, the Canadian Minister of the
Interior), a stampede was started from
Dyea which practically depopulated that
town, and in a few months Skaguay grew
to a city of 15,000 people, of
"Gray beards and striplings and women,
Good men and bad men and bold."
In April, 1898, while the stampede was
at its height, men were put to work
blasting a roadbed out of the solid rock
along the mountain side on which to lay
the rails of the White Pass and Yukon
Railroad in the very footsteps of the
hardy pioneers who had risked their all
in their fight for an ideal of future
plenty, and on July 29th, 1900, the steel
link that joined the mighty Yukon with
the outside world was completed. The
difficulties encountered were not only
those of the engineering crew, who found
it necessary to literally hang by ropes
from the mountain side while surveying
the roadbed, nor the fact that all material
had to be brought across the continent
to Seattle and thence by boat for a thousand miles to Skaguay, but by desertions
of the crew when stampedes to new
strikes were made. On August 8 th, 1898,
the Company had 2,000 men at work
when news came of the discovery of gold
at Atlin, and in 48 hours the working
force was reduced to 700 men, and it was
not until October that the ranks were
again filled.
Primitive peoples in all lands have ever
defied or propitiated the superlative manifestations of Nature, the Sun—the Moon
—the Stars—the Mountains—the Winds
—the things they feared or could not
understand, and the name of Skaguay
owes its origin to a beautiful legend the
Indians wove about the fierce winds that
sometimes come through the cleft in the
mountains at whose base Skaguay lies.
So they tell of "Skugua," a beautiful
Indian girl, who, having quarreled with
her lover, fled up the mountain pass to
the summit and disappeared, never to be
seen again. Her lover so grieved for her
return . that she appeared to him in a
dream telling him if he and the tribe
would honor her memory by allowing no
stranger to come through the Pass she
would watch over and protect him and
them. And so the secret of the Pass was
guarded for many years and when the
fierce winds would sweep down upon
them they would exclaim: "Oh! Skugua,
have mercy upon us."
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country he saw a sign reading, "City
Limits of Los Angeles." His comment
was: "We always have wondered just
where the city limits of Los Angeles
ended.    Now we know."
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the Capital City. There interest is as great as on any other part of your trip.
There you meet people and talk to them. Among the most interesting is
THE NUGGET SHOP, one of the oldest and largest—displaying a most complete
selection of Alaska Goods, both real and simulated, valued accordingly.
The NUGGET SHOP
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Museum contains over 4,000 Alaskan
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Skagway.   Leave with ship's  News Agent
—or visit us.
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• "To realize Victoria you must take all
the eye admires most in Bournemouth,
Torquay, the Isle of Wight, Happy Valley
at Hong Kong, the Doon, Sorrento, and
Camps Bay; add reminiscences of the
Thousand Islands and arrange the whole
around the Bay of Naples, with some
Himalayas for the background .  .  ."
So Ruyard Kipling wrote home when
he sailed, for the first time, into Victoria's Inner Harbor.
"Victoria is as British as Basingstoke
and as beautiful, in scenery, luxuriant
growth of flowers and peaceful quiet as
any place on earth. Come to Victoria
and you will see how Britishers live and
do business. There, men on $4,000 a year
look prosperous and contented instead of
dyspeptic and worried looking on $100,-
000 a year as we do in the States."
And that was how Arthur Brisbane
interpreted Victoria to his millions of U.
S. readers.
And both—one who sees the city for
the first time with a summer sun gilding
its beauties might think—were guilty of
under, not over-statement.
For Victoria, capital of British Columbia, is one of the beauty spots of the
world. With a population of 61,000, it
boasts the most equable climate in
Canada, a mean winter temperature of 42
degrees and a mean summer registration
of 61. Its annual rainfall is only 27
inches and its average daily sunshine is
six hours. It is, truly, blessed by the
Canadian weather god.
• Victoria  is   known  internationally   as
Canada's  city of private gardens,  large
and small.
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from the B. C. Electric Company, which
now has available 50,000 h.p. of electrical energy for commercial and domestic
purposes.
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Saanich Arm, and good bass fishing in
many of the Saanich lakes.
PILSENER
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Recent Oil Developments
In Western Canada
By George G. Fleming, Sr.
• The word oil, like gold, suggests to
nearly everyone, glamour, excitement and
romance. The search for this hidden
wealth has been a record of wonderful
achievements and repeated surprises. Today, attention is directed towards Western Canada, particularly to the Province
of Alberta, which is considered to be the
last and greatest potential oil territory
which lies to the East of the Rocky
Mountain System, and has the same geological conditions as Montana, Wyoming,
Eastern Colorado, Texas and Oklahoma.
Alberta is already a small producer of
crude oil and wet gas and this year a deep
drilling campaign has been instituted to
ascertain the source of the present production.
Will history repeat itself once more in
Alberta? It is the writer's opinion that
it will. The line which constituted the
International Boundary is only imaginary
insofar as formation is concerned. Alberta is on the threshold of a prosperity
which will solve Canada's economic problems and bring a feeling of confidence
and security to her people.
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FURS TO BE EXACTLY AS
REPRESENTED, BOTH AS
TO QUALITY AND VALUE.
You are most welcome at our
store, whether you come to
buy or to look around. Goldstein's fur store is one of the
show places of Juneau and a
regular port of call for tourists. Visitors are always welcome. No matter what time
your boat arrives in port you
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May be seen at Chas. Goldstein & Co.'s fine fur and curio store
in Juneau.
From every corner of the Far North has been gathered the
finest and largest collection of furs in Alaska. You will find a
rare delight in visiting our store and seeing what Alaska
produces in the way of furs.
HUNDREDS OF FOXES
Silver Foxes, Red Foxes, Cross Foxes, White Foxes, Blue Foxes
beautiful, silky pelts that come direct from the trapper and fur
farmer. And you will see
Marten, Mink, Otter, Lynx, Fisher, Beaver
Ermine, Hudson Seal
Raw, dressed or made up into scarfs and garments—anything
you want.
Glacier Bear, Grizzly Bear, Black
Bear  and  Wolf  Skins  and   Rugs
BUYING DIRECT from the trapper and fur farmer as we do,
on a very large scale, our prices are much less than you would
have to pay elsewhere. You will be surprised to find that the
fur you want is not beyond your purse.
INDIAN BASKETS AND CURIOS
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and enable you to keep in touch
with important events of every
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Vancouver Is Famous
As Golf Centre
• Vancouver has won fame in recent
years as a-golfers' paradise, with 18
courses open and in play throughout the
12 months of the year.
Included in the clubs are Shaughnessy,
Jericho, Vancouver Golf and Country
Club, Marine Drive, Point Grey, Hastings
Park, Langara, Quilchena, University,
Gleneagles and Fraser View. Shaughnessy, one of the most testing courses on
the Pacific Coast, will be the venue of
the $5,000 professional event during July
for which entries have already been received from the outstanding pros on the
North American continent.
Among professionals who have already
signified their intention of playing in this
event, the first of a Gold Trail which
will include Victoria, Seattle and Portland, are Hagen, Sarazen, Horton Smith,
Diegel, Runyan, Craig Wood, Mehlhorn,
the Dutra brothers, Revolta, Armour,
Harry Cooper and many others. Professionals from clubs on the Pacific Coast
from Vancouver to Mexico are also sending in entries for this international event.
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• In the sandstone beds, which may be
seen along the western sides of Stanley
Park and Kitsilano Beach, are preserved
the remains of plants such as palms, sequoias, ferns and many other forms of
plant life. It is estimated that some
60,000,000 years ago this district had a
semi-tropical climate.
Historian Reveals
Scenes of Terror
By Noel Robinson
• As the Princess ploughs her way along
the West Coast of Vancouver Island, the
tourist may like to conjure up in his
mind's eye a few of the picturesque
scenes which were staged on and off this
romantically beautiful shore-line in the
rough-and-ready years when white traders bartered with Indians for the pelts of
sea-otter and other fur-bearing animals.
This trade commenced in 1792 and
was at its height in the closing years of
that century.
Judge F. W. Howay, British Columbia
historian, has made this age live vividly
in his account of the exploits of the good
ship Jefferson, 152 tons, skippered by one
Captain Roberts of Boston, Mass., in
1791. He shows how the captain and his
crew robbed their ship, and even their
own rough wardrobes, of every superfluous trifle in order to get prime skins.
An Indian who had taken a fancy to
the captain's sea trunk got it in exchange
for one prime skin. This was in the
North Passage, Cunneah's Harbour.
There was nothing on the ship that
did not have its price. The Jefferson
went into winter quarters on Barclay
Sound and there charcoal was burned for
the use of the smith, who busied himself
in making iron swords for the Indians.
A sailor who went a-hunting ashore waf
cut off and killed by the Indians.
The Indians pilfered, and the traders
seized two of the chiefs until they paid
for the stolen articles. Once two brass
field-pieces were given for two prime
moose skins and the ship's jolly-boat was
loaned to enable the Indians to take the
guns home.
A canoe belonging to the vessel was
stolen when the Jefferson was six miles
from the village of Seshart and the captain resolved on retaliation. A boat's
crew was sent to Seshart and the traders
opened fire, killing three and wounding
two others. The rest of the Indians fled.
Then the traders ransacked the houses,
tore down a number of buildings, stole
six of their best canoes and demolished
some of the larger ones.
"It is impossible to justify such conduct," observes Judge Howay, "which I
have recounted just as given in the log,
where it is set forth as though it were
something laudable. It was incidents
such as these which caused the so-called
unprovoked attacks by natives."
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Surf Prevents Landing
• A short time after leaving Port Renfrew, Carmanah lighthouse is passed and
about an hour later Clo-oose comes into
view. The village is situated at one end
of a glistening white sand beach but the
the heavy Pacific surf makes landing here
possible only in small boats.
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VANCOUVER
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540 GRANVILLE STREET
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A View of Majestic Beauty in Canada's Pacific Gateway
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—Copyright, Leonard Frank
Watch for this marvellous view as your Canadian Pacific Princess steamer passes through the
First Narrows, entrance to Vancouver's harbor.    On the left is West Vancouver, to the right
Prospect Point Signal Station in Stanley Park, which  greets ships from all countries  of  the
world, while approximately 80 miles distant, silhouetted against the sky, towers the magnificent
snow-capped peak of Mt. Baker.
HARRISON HOT SPRINGS
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All the complements and luxury of     Sh^Ot*
a European. Spa. Beautiful modern
hotel. Take the waters, Ride, Swim,
Dance, Bowl, Tennis, Boating.
Daily C.P.R. &
C.N.R. Trains.
Gray Line Buses
direct to Hotel
from Vancouver. Complete
details at any
Ticket Office or
Travel Bureau.
In Vancouver
Phone Trinity
2201 for details.
VANCOUVER *
SEE VANCOUVER
from the
B. C. ELECTRIC OBSERVATION
CAR
3 TRIPS DAILY, MAY TO SEPTEMBER
50c
FOR DELIGHTFUL INTERURBAN & MOTOR
COACH TRIPS - CALL INFORMATION
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CANADIAN WHISKY
• • •
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by the Liquor Control Board or by the Gororn-
ment of British Columbia.
VANCOUVER
FOR YOUR BEAUTY'S SAKE
insist upon
YOUTH SKIN CREATIONS
ALL-LIQUID CREAMS
• as  individual as you
• as modern as tomorrow
710   SEYMOUR   ST.
Room 15
Sey. 7385
JUBILEE GIFT
FREE demonstration and personality makeup. Just mention you saw this ad in the
"Princess."  See us when you are in town.
YOUTH SKIN CREATIONS
710 SEYMOUR STREET
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VANCOUVER
• 665 Granville Street
• 189 Hastings St. West
• 48 Hastings St. East
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VANCOUVER
To get the pulse of this great Western
metropolis ... to know its people and
their minds . . . read the Sun . . . Vancouver's Own Home Town Paper . . .
serving over 70,000 families daily!
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THE VANCOUVER SUN
ANCOUVER'S  HOME  PAPE
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WILL   BE   THE
CORONATION
YEAR
. . . and it is not too soon to
start planning your visit to
include this famous Royal
pageant on your 1937 Old
Country tour. Place your
name on the list to receive
interesting literature and in'
formation on this great event
by phoning or writing to J. J.
Forster, Steamship General
Passenger Agent.
Vancouver, B. C.
Trinity 1151.
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KETCHIKAN
•
THE BEST PLACE TO
BUYYOURCURIOS
PRUELL'S
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HUNT'S GENERAL NEWS DEPOT
207  FRONT STREET
All Your Needs in Books, Literature
Tobaccos and  Notions
)
Billingsley's Curio Store |
EXCEPTIONAL  ALASKAN  CURIOS
Souvenir to Every Northbound Lady Visitor FREE,
an Alaskan  "Souvenir  Dog Team."
Cards will  be given you as you leave the boat.
Old  Ivory and  Native  Nugget Jewelry
FLY  AT  JUNEAU
* OVER THE GLACIERS
PHONE   626   FOR   INFORMATION
6 Place Lockheed Seaplane
$4.50 Per Passenger
IRVING AIRWAYS INC.
SAN FRANCISCO
Visit ^Je (Blbt Curm jirpp
Finest Specimens of Indian Carving
FULL LINE OF SOUVENIRS
"WHICH IS THE MOST
CONVENIENT HOTEL
IN 5AN FRANCISCO?"
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THE PALACE. cfcOURSEH
-IT* RlOKT DOWAITOWa/
ffIn the Heart of San Francisco" • nates from * 3 •
THE   PALACE   MOTEL
ARCHIBALD   H.   PRICE,   Mariager
CANADA
TENAKEE SPRINGS
TENAKEE SPRINGS, ALASKA
Thirty minutes by plane from Juneau, and
also weekly boat service.
Healthful Mineral Baths, Hunting, Fishing.
60 Cabins for rent. Sportsman's ideal for Spring
and Fall vacations.
Famous Mineral Baths in centre of town.
For detailed information, write to:
ED. SNYDER, TENAKEE, ALASKA
Come to Beavermouth Station
on main line Canadian Pacific Railway
For Your MOOSE HUNTING
Apply to
P. BERGENHAM
BEAVER P. 0., B.C.
•    GUIDE AND OUTFITTER    •
Rates for Boat and Outfit Per Person Per Day $17
University Theatres
To Extend Season
• Seattle residents are experiencing a new
"high" in cultural life, following announcement by the University of Washington Department of Drama that both
their "distinctive" theatres, the "Studio,"
and the "Penthouse" would remain open
all year long and offer new plays every
week.
These two theatres have been called
"the most unusual showhouses in America." The audiences of both are limited
to 50 and their type of entertainment is
of the highest. Only experienced actors
and actresses are selected for parts and a
professional touch is achieved that is hard
to duplicate.
The Penthouse is of the "intimate"
type, having no stage. All action takes
place in the middle of the large room and
the actors are completely surrounded by
the audience. Among the most successful plays presented during the past year
were "Alien Corn," "Uncle Vanya,"
"Pursuit of Happiness" and "The Importance of Being Earnest."
Reservations are usually filled days before the opening night and seats are at
a premium. The "Penthouse" presents
its plays on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of the week and the "Studio" on
Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Each
theatre presents a different play every
week.
PRINCE RUPERT
When Northbound . . .
Leave Films for Development
ORMRS  LIMITED
PIONEER DRUGGISTS
PRINCE RUPERT
CORSAGES AND BOUQUETS
Delivered to the Boat
Arthur Bayne . . . Florist
2nd   Avenue—Near  Prince  Rupert  Hotel
Palmistry
HOROSCOPES WRITTEN
CRYSTAL READING
MRS. JAMES CLARK
P.O. Box 616           1920—3rd Ave. West
.Federal Building Prince Rupert, B.C.
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VANCES  HOME ARTS
Flowers and Fancy Work
CAPITOL THEATRE  BUILDING
PRINCE    RUPERT   TAXI
5th Street .    .    Near Royal Bank of Canada
See   Points   of   Interest       •       $1.00   Tour   Per   Passenger
DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE
LARGEST   LINE
OF
CURIOS   IN   THE
NORTH
Hand-Carved Stone.   Ivory, Bone and Wood Totem Poles.   Polar
«    Bears. Husky Dogs. Bracelets. Baskets. Moccasins. Tanned Wolf   #
and Bear Skins.   Diamonds.   Genuine Nugget Jewelry.   Souvenir
Spoons.  Novelties.  English China ....    LOWEST PRICES
1     HEILBRONER'S        GIFT        SHOP
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Rex Beach Inspired
By Famed Railway
• Most readers of current fiction are
familiar with "The Iron Trail," Rex
Beach's novel of the North. Princess
tourists will probably be interested to
know that the White Pass and Yukon
Railway is the original of Mr. Beach's
Copper River Railroad and the "O'Neill"
of the story was patterned upon M. J.
Heney, a great friend of Bishop Rowe to
whom he left $10,000 in his will for that
prelate's work among Indians of the
north. Mr. Heney's first undertaking was
construction of this White Pass Railroad.
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Fur-Traders First
Settled on Island
• Vancouver Island was first settled in
1843 when fur-traders built Fort Victoria
on the site of the present capital. It became a Crown colony in 1848 and nine
years later, following discovery of gold in
the Fraser Valley, Victoria grew from a
fur-trading post into a large town, almost
overnight. The Island joined the Mainland in 1858.as part of the colony of
British Columbia and in 1871 the colony
became incorporated in the Dominion of
Canada.
 SOUTHBOUND
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The ##Princess/# Comes Home Again
Here are two Princess ships, back from their journeys up and down the B. C. Coast, at their
dock in Victoria's Inner Harbor.   A third Princess may be seen in the Channel, outward bound.
Cruise Through Inland
Sea to Newcastle Island
• Two and a half hours from Vancouver,
in the island-studded Gulf of Georgia,
lies Newcastle Island, a veritable paradise
for visitors who enjoy a short sea cruise.
Canadian Pacific steamers run direct to
Newcastle Island from Vancouver, sailing through a vast inland sea which excels
the beauty of the famed Japanese cruise.
Newcastle Island offers a spacious dancing
pavilion, refreshment booths, playgrounds
with covered tables, sandy bathing
beaches, a fresh water outdoor wading
pool, and a large athletic ground. It is,
possibly, the finest one-day outing on the
West Coast.
• JUNEAU •
We carry a full  line  of Carved   Ivory,  Baskets,
Moccasins,   Alaskan  Views  and   Nugget  Jewelry.
LUDWIG   NELSON
JEWELRY and  CURIOS JUNEAU,   ALASKA
• The view from the hill in Beacon Hill
Park has been described as one of the
seven finest views in the world.
• All the rivers, lakes and streams of
Vancouver Island contain trout, chiefly
rainbow or cut-throat, and in all waters,
these fish will rise to the fly.
• Vancouver Island Indians say, "Once
you see Comox, you come back."
WRANGELL •
BEAR TOTEM STORES I
Alaska's   Real  Curio  Stores
Publishers of "Totem Lore"
W. C. WATERS, Prop.
ORDWAY'S
*   Photographs of Alaska  *
CAMERAS —  FILMS —  POST CARDS
PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES
SHATTUCK BUILDING
307 Seward Street Juneau, Alaska
IN   AN   EXCLUSIVE   FIELD
* Circulating daily in an exclusive field
on board the Princess steamers of the B. C.
Coast Steamship Service, the Canadian
Pacific Princess Souvenir Booklet provides
a medium for effective advertising that is
unsurpassed. Passengers are in a receptive mood ... interested in the cities for
which the steamer is bound. The Booklet,
full of informative reading matter, reaches
thousands of readers under ideal psychological circumstances. They want to know
about services ... products ... where to
go ... what to see ... what to buy.
Ninety-five per cent, of them must purchase a service or a commodity when
they arrive — shop, stay somewhere,
make trips, travel. Tell them about your
resort, your hotel, your products, or your
services   in   this   assured  result  medium.
MUSEUM and ART GOODS—NUGGET JEWELRY~
Shop with Safety
and Comfort
Be sure to save some time to visit the Shops when in port, especially at Juneau,
the Capital City. There interest is as great as on any other part of your trip.
There you meet people and talk to them. Among the most interesting is
THE NUGGET SHOP, one of the oldest and largest—displaying a most complete
selection of Alaska Goods, both real and simulated, valued accordingly.
The NUGGET SHOP
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JUNEAU
ALASKA
SKAGWAY
KIRMSE'S CURIO SHOP j
Established   1897 i
The Oldest and Finest in Alaska |
Complete Line of Alaska Black Diamonds, i
Ivory, Wood and Bone Carvings ;
.«..«..•»•..•»•••
Take the Skagway Street Car ♦
to historical spots, including Soapy Smith's grave, 1
with a conductor whose Alaskan  personality and ^
information   makes   Skagway   memorable  to  you. £
Skagway
Famous for its Home Cooking.
Alaska's most famous Tourist Hotel.
Museum contains over 4,000 Alaskan
Curios.   Admission, 25c.
Dedman#s Photo Shop
develops films of your whole trip while in
Skagway.   Leave with ship's News Agent
—or visit us.
SEE OUR LINE OF ALASKAN PICTURES
PACKTRAIN INN
Finest   Liquors,   Beers,  Wines.    Sit  at  the  bar
made  famous   by   Historical   Alaskan   Characters.
ICE CREAM SERVED.
See    RICHTERS
FOR YOUR CURIOS
Ivory, Bone and Wood Carvings
Hand-Made Silver Souvenir Spoons
Visit the
WHITE HOUSE GARDENS
at Skagway
Order Cut Flowers for Your Stateroom
DELIVERED FREE TO SHIP
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FOR ADVERTISING
SPACE IN THIS MAGAZINE
Apply to:
ADVERTISING OFFICES
Willis H. Pearson, 4404
White Building. Phone:
Main  6626.
Seattle:
Victoria:
Gray Line Motor Tours,
756 Yates Street. Phone:
Garden 4151.
Vancouver:   311   Province   Building.
Phone Trinity  1945.
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VANCOUVER
FACTS ABOUT OIL!
Forthe latest information on all oil activity,
leases or otherwise, write or phone.
AND   COMPANY   LIMITED
618 ROGERS BLDG. TRINITY 2334
Mighty Destiny Is Seen
For City of Vancouver
It has earned many pseudonyms in its
half century of existence — Terminal
City; Western Gateway of Canada; the
metropolis of British Columbia; the Halfway House of Empire; etc., etc., and etc.
But it is really the City of Destiny.
For, celebrating only its fiftieth anniversary this summer, Vancouver already
holds rank as the third largest city in
Canada. Its total population is 310,000
and no other city in Canada—possibly
on the earth—is more cosmopolitan. For
all races and colors and creeds of men
have foregathered here.
Vancouver possesses one of the finest
natural harbors in the world; a harbor
completely land-locked, brooded over by
majestic mountain peaks on the North
Shore and spacious enough to accommodate all the navies of the world. Her
harbor has brought her greatness. Ocean
tonnage has doubled in ten years and
Vancouver today is one of the greatest
grain-shipping ports on the Seven Seas.
Thence, through the narrow pass of
the Lions' Gate, westward bound to the
Orient, sail the finest and fastest line of
ships on the Pacific Ocean — the great
white Empresses which bring to Canada's
western portal the varied and romantic
products of Oriental craftsmanship. Silk
cargoes, the essence of whose movement is
speed, for silk prices vary on the markets
of the world from day to day, are brought
through Vancouver for the United States'
market, because the white Empresses exceed all other ships in the speed at which
they link Asia to the Americas and countless other lines, flying the flags of all the
world's great maritime nations, have
made the city a regular port of call.
ft      ft      ft
Vancouver Celebrates
50th Anniversary
• From July 1 to September 7, this
summer, Vancouver is celebrating its
fiftieth anniversary, the Golden Jubilee
of its incorporation as a city. Included
in the program of entertainment will be
pageants depicting the history of the city,
internationally-attractive sporting events,
PILSENER
Gold en Jubi lee Be e r
British Columbia s  Favorite
This advertisement Is not published or displayed
by the Liquor Control Board or by the Gorern-
ment of British Columbia.
Points of Interest
In Vancouver
• Stanley Park.- Splendid roads in a
magnificent natural estate . . . 1000 acres
of virgin forest with shady walks and
bridle paths, botanical and zoological
gardens, Brockton Point, Pauline Johnson monument, Indian village and totems,
Prospect Point, Siwash Rock.
ft      ft      ft
• Hampton House—From the moment
you accept the invitation of the little iron
gate ajar at Hampton House, the lover of
cherished objects of antique art finds
varied treasures of the past harmoniously
on view. To wander around rooms where
these lovely things, be they crystal pieces,
old Dresden Chinaware, paintings or historic furniture have the atmosphere of
being a living part of Hampton House
and not merely on display, is a restful
change for the collector which is not
found in the usual run of antique shops.
V      V      V
• Jubilee visitors to Vancouver will find
at "Child's House," 1710 Dunbar Street,
Phone Bay. 7542-L, the perfect home to
leave the little son or daughter while
grown-ups take in the City. Little minds
and little hands are given happy creative
pursuits and little bodies benefit by the
sea air and good food.
The most impressive scene in
the cavalcade of a great Empire
—the coronation of a King!
Millions will see this greatest
of Empire celebrations . . .
London is preparing for
hundreds of thousands of
visitors. Start planning now
to be there yourself—for
details and interesting litera'
ture, send your name to J. J.
Forster, Steamship General
Passenger Agent, Vancouver,
B.C., Phone, Trinity  1151.
H ALONG   VANCOUVER'S
m •    Distinctively Smart   •
m ROBSON   STREET
GARRETT'S TOGGERY SHOP
I Exclusive Men's Wear
featuring english woolens
828 Robson St. opp. court house
THORNBY STAMP  MART
•    1106 ROBSON STREET   •
Open Evenings
Insist on the NEW METHOD
CLEANERS and DYERS
7-hour service
I092 ROBSON ST.     SEY. 9460
RICKSHAW    LTD.
Direct Importers  Oriental Goods
721   ROBSON STREET
c.
BANNISTER    LTD.
KODAK  FINISHING
The   best   developing   and  printing   obtainable l
1154   ROBSON  ST.
The McDERMID CORSET SHOP
802   ROBSON
FOUNDATION  GARMENTS AND LINGERIE
DISTINCTIVE ANTIQUE JEWELRY
Dependable  Watch   Repairs  E
806   ROBSON   STREET =
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I TAITS
&
JUST OFF ROBSON STREET
HOLT   FUR   CO.   LTD..
Manufacturing Furs from Trapper to Wearer     «
Established 1918 j
Sey. 5926        832 Granville St.
Hamptfltt
856   HOWE
next to
Grosvenor Hotel
Antiques
Collectors'
inspection invited
SEATTLE
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Seattle9s Foremost
Apartment Hotel
COMFORT
CONVENIENCE
DISTINCTION
RATES
Hotel Rooms    -    -    -    Daily from $3.00
Kitchenette Apts. -    -    Daily from $3.50
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WE  HAVE  NO  BRANCH  STORE ANYWHERE ELSE
OUR MAIN AND ONLY STORE IS IN JUNEAU, ALASKA
Alaska's Choicest
FURS
Remember that WE ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEE OUR
FURS TO BE EXACTLY AS
REPRESENTED, BOTH AS
TO QUALITY AND VALUE.
You are most welcome at our
store, whether you come to
buy or to look around. Goldstein's fur store is one of the
show places of Juneau and a
regular port of call for tourists. Visitors are always welcome. No matter what time
your boat arrives in port you
will find our latch-string out
and someone in attendance.
<#    #>    #>
May be seen at Chas. Goldstein & Co/s fine fur and curio store
in Juneau.
From every corner of the Far North has been gathered the
finest and largest collection of furs in Alaska. You will find a
rare delight in visiting our store and seeing what Alaska
produces in the way of furs.
HUNDREDS OF FOXES
Silver Foxes, Red Foxes, Cross Foxes, White Foxes, Blue Foxes
beautiful, silky pelts that come direct from the trapper and fur
farmer. And you will see
Marten, Mink, Otter, Lynx, Fisher, Beaver
Ermine, Hudson Seal
Raw, dressed or made up into scarfs and garments—anything
you want.
Glacier Bear, Grizzly Bear, Black
Bear and  Wolf Skins and  Rugs
BUYING DIRECT from the trapper and fur farmer as we do,
on a very large scale, our prices are much less than you would
have to pay elsewhere. You will be surprised to find that the
fur you want is not beyond your purse.
INDIAN BASKETS AND CURIOS
CHAS. GOLDSTEIN
AND  COMPANY
!llll!!!i
Established
1885
Seward Street and Second
JUNEAU,ALASKA
In the Fur
Business for
Nearly 50 Years

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