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N. V. GIANTS WIN IDE GAME AND THE SERIES
ESISLSTI FOR (IfUil \v:l-l.iiiKton. Oct. 12 -The uii »*tn|>lo' mont conference. which is now in session at the call ot the President. has recommended certa n things as means of (lettering condi tions in tiie erpKyment situation. These r» commendations are by reso lution ot" the conference and include, the readjustment of railroad rates. Iii* completion of i' e 1 -in Hill. de inito settlement of I lie tariff, nettlc nent of the fluuli'uil relations lie ween the government and railroads, itul the elimination of waste 011 the >art of the railroads. These ele nems enter Into the unemployment liii'Stion and. in «I»' opinion of the otiferem-e. if settled. would help to >rovide work for men. EACH ACCUSE OTHER OF BREAKING TRUCE 9 t.oiulon. iVt. 12.—At the close of, the s»ion<l session of (he Irish con ference. there will be a respite giv en for the purpose of permitting the premier. Uuyd (ItMrpf, to jsrapple «:tM tiie unemployment situation in the Uritish Isles. The Irish confer ciue will resume its sessiois next! Thursday. London. »Ht IS.—At the resnmp lion of the sessions of the Irish con fer.'uee ttiis morning. enoh j>;*rly in the conference a< used the other of breaking the truce. This was the principal theme of d:scussion at the conference upon resumption of the sessions. !<ottdon. Oct. IS.—'The Irish con ference was adjourned this after noon until tomorrow. i'kksjiim; to i.av MKDAI. <»\ ItKITISlim: London. Oit. 12.—General Persh ii:^ i-i scheduled to arrived in Kng !..ud before Of! 2« to be here for tin- ceremony of laying the medal of honor vot.-d by the IniU'U Staets Congress upon the tomb of the t'u known Pritish soldier buried in V • itniinsier Abbey. The foreien ot tv •• made .innounesment to this ef fect last tiizht. iuuim.k lot; KII.KV ( Seattle. l)ci 12.—The steel bridge ! which is to span the creek which I divides the North from the South | i*iitls of the Alaska railroad can;i» knocked down to this city 011 the ! l.uekenhach I.iner from New Y«.rk The bridge will lie reshipped to Seward and from t'jere to the Riley creek, where it will connect the two ends of the new railroad. House Leaders Are Seeing Great Light Washington. Oct. 12.—T! e Ue pulilicun (•Mtlvrs in the House an riKUiHfil t i' (hey will «lo ev.<rvlhiiiv in their (xiwer to bring th<* i.irit! If. sl;ition now betore the liousi- to tiul passage before Feli. '. Tho Kepulilicaii leaders are >>ecomlnr. amused to Hie fart that dilatory tac tics hi legislation is produein; a inss of favor thrnoiil the country Amundsen to Use Aeroplanes explorer who is lit tine out his ex pedition for a dash lo the North 1«j1' « .il us? aeroplanes in an ef fort to n-at-h the i*ole. in ease his plan to drift liy the pole in his st»-:in -'.,p Maud, fails. He has se with their planes, will sail on the Maud in May. \MKKIC.\N IIIKK.IlU i: \\ KI't'K Xewport Now s, Oct. I -The Mr d risible from I ho I.anploy field was wrecked in Hampton roads this morning. The particulars of the wreck did not rt rich us before coin£ to press. Harry Ask of the firm of C. W. Ask & Sons was a passenger south on the Princess Mice, bound for Se alile and other southern points, where lie will spend a few weeks at tending to busines - and in the mean time enjoying a well earned vaca tion. SAVE BY A SYSTEM Experience has taught us the very few people save a large amount of money hv hapazanl methods. On the contrary, we no tice thai those who repularlv save a small amount usually have the largest bank accounts. SAVK l"-; OF VOl'Ft SALARY EACH MONTH AND AS M1TH MORE AS POSSIBLE open a Savings Acount with a small amount and stick to it. Don't make a big "splurge" and then "fall down." $1.00 opens a Savings Account Bannlk ©iT Mask® Imperial Empress Ku Klux Ambushed Atlanta. Oct. 12.—Mrs. Elizabeth Tyler, the Imperial Empress of the Daughters of the Ku Klux Klaii. was shot at from amburh. Several shots were flre<l at the Empress. IIOISE VOTES TO INCH EASE MEMI1EKSIIII' Washington, Ckt. lo.—In the House of Representatives the Re publicans decided to support i:ie Seigel bill, which aims to increase the size of the house from 4:!.r> mem bers lo 4•• 0 members. Seattle. Oct. 12.—Marshal Stevens sailed on the Alameda to take up his.work as marshal on his arrival in the westward. Subscribe for the Daily Alaskan and gel the n"\vs while it is news. ADELA ENRIQUEZ Senorita Adela Enrique*, niece of Gen. and Mrs. Emlliano Chamorro, who is a new arrival in Washington's diplomatic social set. Her uncle is the newly appointed minister from Nicaragua. Down To Business On Fisheries Washington. Oct 1.1.—The hear ings which were set for today Im> foro the House Conmfittee 011 the lisheries of Alaska proposed drastic legislation to curia 1 commercial fishing in Alaska. 1 as been set over to October 27. In the meantime Secretary of Commerce Hoover lr.i called a conference of the interest ed parties, representatives of the in dustry in Alaska, members of con gress and others who are active ia securing or opposing legislation. to moot in his office on Oct. 26. Hoov er, in thus getting the opposing fore es 'ogother. is endeavoring to ob tain a complete understanding of the facts in (tie ease and if possible to bring about a settlement of the differences between those who main tain that Alaskan fisheries ace re gulated too much and those who de clare that more stringent regula tions should be enacted and enforc ed. Oldtimer Dies In Atlin | Atlin, Oct. v2. (Special I.—The Atlin district was shocked this morning upon learning that Wil liam Morrison had passed away at St. Xndrew's hospital. Mr. Morri son was brought down from his irome in Discovery, suffering from pneumonia, and never rallied. .Mr. .Morrison was a member of ■ tlie firm of P. H. Mobley & Co.. Ltd..! and has lived in the district since j 1SS9. Coming here a young man Mr. I Morrison engaged in mining until j 1906. when he entered the firm of Mobley & Co. and has continued to he the manager of this concern af ter the death of F. H. Mobley a cou ple of years ago. Mr. Morrison was 4ii years of age and a native of Scotland He leaves a widow and four children to mourn his death. A Past Worshipf.il Master of At lin Lodge N'o. 42 A. F. & A. M., and a charter member anil Past Arctic Chief of Discovery Camp N'o. 17 Arc tic Brotherhood. Mr. Morrison was ever ready to do his bit in every thing that tended for the better life and his big generous heart was al ways on the lookout for someone who needed help ai.d sympathy, and his advise was sought by hundreds: of the residents of the district when | in need of a friend. The funeral will be in charge of! the Masonic Lodgt> and will take i place on Sunday. Strikers Ask For Troops Bakersfield, Cal., Oct. in.—The leaders of the striking oil workers have asked governor Stephens today to send the state troops into the re pious affected by tlieir recent walk out. Subscribe for the Dally Alaskan Senator Knox Passes Away Washington. Oct. 13.—Senator Knox died at (lis home in this city last night. Death caine as the re sult of a stroke of paralysis. The senator was on his way to the din ing room when he wis strickei; and died within fifteen minutes. Senator Knox has been prominent in national politics for iiparlv a gen eration. lie was attorney general in the cabinets of Presidents Mc Kinley and Roosevelt, and secretary of state during the administration of President Taft. He succeeded Matthew Quay, the long time leader of Pennsylvania politics, in the senate, first by ap pointment of Governor Pennvpacker to fill out Quay's unexpired <erm. In 1905 he was elected to the senate hut resigned from that body to be come secretary of state in President Tail's cabinet. He received 68 votes for the presidentian nomination in 1908. His present term of office would expire in 1923. Senator Knox was in his 68th year. Steal Jewels and Peace Papers Pittsburg, Mass., Oct. 12.—Henry White, one of the commissioners to i he Paris Peace Conference, was re cently robbed of $50,000 worth of jewels and some important peace conference papers. The theft was perpetrated while be was asleep In his home in Lennex, Mass. Harding's Address Read at Congress Honolulu. Oct. 12.—Governor Far rington of the Haw&lian Islands read the address of President Harding at the formal opening of the Press Con gress, now being held In this city. President Harding is honorary Pres ident of the congress. Yankee s Lead is Uvercome Giants Win Seventh Game Polo Ground, N. Y. Oct 12.— The Giants won today's game by a score or two to one. They are now within one game of -winning the world's championship pennant. To morrow's game may see the finish of the series. The Yanks scored hut one run, and that in the second inning, while the Giants made one in the fourth and one in the seventh. The Yanks had eight hits and one error, while the Giants ha'd six hits and no errors. McN'ally of the Yanks, who has been playing on third, was hurt in the second inning. In sliding to second base McNall.v was injured and it is expected that his injury will keep him out of the game for the rest of the series. Frank Raker the veteran world series player, has been put in McNally's place and will finish out the series on the third sack. The I.ast Game Polo Grounds, N. Y., Oct. in.— / The New York Giants won the game and the World's Championship to day. The game was a close one, the score being one to nothing. That score was made in the first half of the first inning by a long run. The Yanks in desperation in the last half of the ninth inning substituted Babe Ruth for Pipp. but were un successful in making a rally. Ruth was put out by the Giants in male ing first base. The Giants made alz liis with no errors while the Yanks had four hits ad one error. This brinps the world pennant back to the National league camp. In the world series the national league lias held the penant only twice, count ing this winning, since 1915, and only three times since IS 10. This series of eight games for the win ning of the pennant is duplicated only twice 1S90. Four times since that year only four games have been played to win the pennant. The last time a straight series was won was in 1914 when Boston of the Nation al league won the pennant against Philadelphia. ICach time a O in games has been scored In the world series it has been scored by the Am erican league. This series has been the largest attended series in the history of baseball in this country, nearly two hundred thousand people attending the eight games. The gate receipts will total larger than that of any previous series, footing a total of over nine hundred thousand dol lars. The previous best attendance was in 1919 when the attendance totaled 23G.92S and the receipts to taled fT22.4M. This latter was the series which has created so much infamy in baseball circles the past year. I'olo Ground. N. Y. Oct 12.— The attendance at the Sixth ball game of the world series was 34.283, and the receipts were $112,314. HOUSE IBS DDI SEC. NIELLI'S REpUEST Washington, Oct 13.—Tin1 lloui'e Ways and Means Committee tu/ned down Secretary of the Tr".-- >nry Mellon'* request that he bp pivea authority to handle the refuudtti* of the government's eleven rill lion dollar loan. Washington, Oct. 12.—President Harding named George \V. 1'pion of Ohio for a position on the Federal trade commission. Mrs. \V. A. Puckett and her daugh ter. Miss Deyo, were arrivals on the Princess Alice yesterday and went over to their home in Whitehorse on the train this morning. THE HIE I & 'Hfe THE GATEWAY ROUTE TO Yukon Territory, Atlin and Interior Alaska Semi-Weekly Train Service between Skaguay and Whitehorie during the \V inter Season. For information regarding passengar anb freight rates apply to H- Wheeler- General Manager Skaguay, Alaska or 510 Alaska Building Seattle Wash.