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OFFICERS
T. F. KENNEDY. Pres.
JOHN RECK, Vice-Pres.
A. A. GABBS, Cashier
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DIRECTORS
F. W. BRADLEY
E. P. KENNEDY
GEO. F. MILLER
T. F. KENNEDY
JOHN RECK
P. H. FOX
A. A. GABBS
M. J. O'CONNOR
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Discussing Means of I
Building Alaska Roads
A late dispatch from Washington
says: There appears to bo a wide dif
ference of opinion among those most
interested in the construction of gov
eminent railroads in Alaska, which
was urged so strongly by President |
Taft in his recent message to Con
gress, as to the best plan to be fol
lowed in framing legislation toward
that end.
On the other hand, practically ev
ery one who will have the work in
charge is determined not to let per
sonal views interfere with the final
success of the enterprise as a whole,
and Delegate Wickersham. Senator
Jones and Representative Humphrey
already are at work trying to get the
proposition more definitely before
( ongress.
Delegate Wickersham believes it
would l?e better, in introducing the
necessary legislation, to provide for
government construction of the pro
posed roads. He does not believe as
do a number of others that this would
mean slow construction. He believes
that it would move as rapidly and
successfully as the Panama canal.
Much of the material now in use there I
will be available for use in Alaska as
early as July 1. as well as a consid
erable part of the canal force, and I
Mr. Wickersham is prepared to urge
construction of the proposed Alaska
railroad under the same auspices.
.Mr. Humphrey is inclined at pres
ent to have the government guaran
tee the bonds or the road and have ac
tual construction undertaken by pri
vate persons, but both the Alaska del
egate and .Mr. Humphrey are willing
to get together with other interested
persons to obtain the most available
legislation possible.
There seems to be but little chance
that the committee on territories will
be able to consider the president's
message and the accompanying report
of the Alaska Railroad Commission at
this session of Congress, because of
the tardiness with which the report
was put into Mr. Taft's hands. It was
the original plan of Congress to have
the information at its disposal early
in December and to give the matter
early consideration.
Now that it has been made practi
cally impossible to obtain action be
fore March 4, Mr. Wickersham and the
other interested in the project are
bending their efforts toward persuad
ing President-elect Wilson to include
Alaska railroads in the legislative pro
gram of the forthcoming extra session
of Congress.
Mr. Wilson already has expressed
himself as decidedly interested in the
topic, and it Is felt In Washington that
he will give his consent to considera
tion of the matter immediately after
(the house sends the tariff legislation
to the Senate.
News Notes of Interest
from the National Capital
WASHINGTON. Feb. 13. Tlu>
House Bunking and Currency Commit
tee is preparing to consiler the report
of that body on the Money Trust,
which Chairman l'ujo, with the aid
of Samuel Untermeyer, counsel for
the Fujo sub-committee, is now draft
ing. It will be well toward the end
of the session before the report, with
its legislative recommendations, can
be worked through the sub-committee
and the full committee to the House.
Chairman Fujo is working day and
night framing his version of the re
port. As framed by him it will em
brace recommendations on the follow
ing principal points:
Regulations of clearing houses
through the postotlice department by
forbidding the use of the mails for
transmitting of certain transactions
deemed evil, such as short sales, ma
nipulation and the establishment of
false values.
Regulation of clearing house through
an act making their incorporation a
condition precedent to the member
ship of national banks in such or
ganizations, charters to eliminate the
regulation of interest or exchange
charges by clearing houses.
Stringent provisions to prevent na
tional banks from loaning to their of
licers or directors and to prevent na
tional banks or their oflicers from par
ticipating in syndicate flotations of
lew securities.
Opposition is looked for both in the
nib-committee and in the full commit
tee to the recommendations. The prop
)sition which will cause the most
rouble, it is believed, will be that to
>revent "interlocking directorates" in
nterstate corporations, though just
vhat will be the recommendation on:
his point in the Pujo-Untermeyer re-!
tort has not yet been decided.
The bill incorporating the Rocke
eller Foundation, thereby forming a
nedium through which the Oil King
nay entail part of his great fortune
or the benefit of mankind, has struck
. snag. The measure, which has
lassed the House, came up before the
Senate Judiciary Committee. The sen
tii..ent developed was such as to indi
cate it cannot pass this session of
Congress.
.Many objections were advanced, the
most important being the contention
that a general measure should be
passed and that the general law
as are proposed by .Mr. Rockefeller.
Mr. Carnegie, and other philathro
pists. It was held that there should
be no more such individual bills
passed and that the gonreal law
should mention, or "immortalize" no
' names.
No agreement seemed possible on
any of the points involved. The entire
matter went over until the next meet
ing of the Judiciary Committee, a
week hence.
While .Mr. Slaydcn of Texas was
trying to induce the House to make
an appropriation for monuments to
Alexander Hamilton and Thomas Jef
ferson. Mr. Cooper intersposed the re
mark that he had contributed $G0 to
a fund to print the works of the two
early patriots, but had never seen the
publications.
"1 made a similar contribution,"
Mr. Slayden admitted.
"Well," said Uncle Joe Cannon. "I |
am surprised to learn that there are
so many 'E. Z. Marks' in the House."
"Mr. Speaker, I move that this bill
be sent to the Committee on Merchant
Marine and Fisheries," said Mr. Mc
Coy of New Jersey, "because it ap
pears to be a matter in connection
with 'suckers.'"
The dangers of aviation were offic
ially recognized by Congress when
the Senate pased the bill already ap
proved by the House granting twenty
per cent additional pay to officers who
may be detailed to duty with the av
iation corps of either the army or
navy.
Repeated efforts have been made by
officials of the Government to secure
extra compensation for officers en
gagd in the dangerous work at the
practice fields and with the regular
service of the army and navy.
VfcKenzie River Trader
Doesn't Believe Stefansson
Joseph Jacquot, a trader formerly |
tationed at the mouth of the MacKen
ie river places little credence in Stef
nsson's red-haired Eskimo story.
Vriting to the Dawson News, where
;e is spending the winter, Jacquot
ays:
"Having read in your paper about
he red-haired Eskimos, reported by
Itefansson. I wish to say I do not
elieve the story, as Hanbury and
larrell passed there long before Stef
msson had ever been there; also the
htholic priest who is among them
ow. These people never said a
ord about Eskimos so fair as that,
.s for the fairness of these Eskimos,;
there is nothing strange about that,
as one meets some very fair ones at
Herschel Island, but they are descen
dants of whalers from San Francisco.
These may be descendants from the
lost men of the Franklin expedition.
"Hanbury and Darrell say that
they met Eskimos very light in color,
but it was ou account of not using
fire. But as for the red hair and
whiskers, it sounds fishy. I also know
two Eskimos who wintered twice on
Victoria Island, and I have seen many
of those Eskimos, but they never said
a word about red hairs, so that story
may go all right with people who do
not know anything about that country,
but it does not catch with me."
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REGISTRATION NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that the
registration hooks for the Municipal
and School Election, to be held on the
first Tuesday in April, 1913, are now
open at the office of Sowerby & Hell,
011 Second street, between Seward
and Main streets, between the hours
of 9 and 4 each business day. The J
books will be closed on Saturday tin?
29th day of March, 1913.
J. \V. BELL,
Registration Office
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
NOTICE is hereby given that the de
linquent tax list for year 1912-1913
will be published on or about Feb. 24,
1913. A. W. POX.
City Clerk.
SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION
CASE NO. 972-A
IN THE DISTRICT COURT FOR THE
TERRITORY OF ALASKA, DIV.
NO. 1, AT JUNEAU
Charles Goldstein, Plaintiff, vs. Mrs.
F. Lyons, also known as, Blanche
Lyons, Defendant.
TO Mrs. F. Lyons, also known as
Blanche Lyons, defendant: In the
name of the United States, and in ac
cordance with an order directing ser
vice of summons in the above enti
tled cause by publication made by
the above entitled court on the fourth
day of February, 1913, you are hereby
summoned to appear and answer, in
the above entitled court holden at Ju
neau, in said Division and Territory,
within thirty (30) days after the 22nd
day of March, 1913, the complaint of
Charles Goldstein, wherein he de
mands judgment against you in the
sum of seventy-one dollars and nine
ty-two cents ($71.92); with interest and
costs incurred herein, and for want
of an answer in the time above men
tioned the plaintiff will take judg
ment against you for the above
amounts.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have
hereunto set my hand and affixed the
seal of the above entitled court this
4th day of Feb. 1913.
E. W. PETTIT. Clerk.
First publication Feb. 8th. 1913; last
publication March 22, 1913.
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