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A. A. GABBS, Cashier
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: CANNOT EIX PRICES
' NEW YORK, March 10.?Owners of
' patents do not possess the right to fix
the price for the resale of their pat
? en ted articles. Tliis was the effect of
i a decision handed down by the United
States District Court in the long pend
iug suit brought by the Waltham
Watch Company, of Waltham, Mass.,
, against Charles A. Keene, a New York
The suit was brought to restrain
Keene from selling for less than a
fixed price watch movements patent
ed. manufactured and sold by the Wal
tham Company. Keene contended that
after purchasing the watches they be
came his exclusive property and that
he could sell them for whatever he
wished, despite the fact that every
watch sold by the manufacturer con
tained a notice that the jobber or re
tailer thereby bound himself to re
gard the price agreement.
The decision of the court, rendered
through Judge Kay, sustains the po
j sitioti of Keene.
TRIBUTE TO A DOG
Since man first appeared on the
earth, the dog lias been his friend and
companion. When the pages of hu
man history are turned back to the
starting point, we find the dog has a
place side b\ side with humans. In
the evolution of the race mankind has
outsripped the dog in intelligence, but
not in fidelity and long suffering faith
fulness. Through their long compan
ionship with humans, dogs have be
come the most intelligent of animals.
One of the species that deserves spe
cial notice was "Clan," the splendid
? Scotch collie formerly owned by Judge
Martin Conway. Clan died last Friday
at the age of thirteen years, after hav
ing spent nearly eleven of them in
Skagway. He was a fine specimen of
collie and could trace his pedigree
back to the shepherd dogs that for
ages have watched the flocks in the
hills and dales of Scotland. It is com
monly remarked that horses go to
. horse heaven, and we believe that dogs
Eh have their heaven also, and it is not
far from man's heaven. ? Skagway
[| JOHN L. CONDEMNS
r MODERN PUGILISTS
"Present fiprhtiiiK is merely a com
mercial proposition. In my day fight
? ers used to do something else besides
; talk." said John L. Sullivan, once the
> world's peerless heavweight tighter,
when in Seattle. The retired posses
sor of the mighty right said he be
lieved that some young fellow would
soon come to the front who could
really fight and who would be on the
Sullivan is playing a theatrical en-j
gagement on the Pacific Coast at the
present time. His act is a monologue.
; SCOTT'S KA1LI K& in El
I TO LACK OF DOGS
? Captain Roald Amundsen, the Nor-1
, wegian explorer who discovered the i
South Pole, and reached there only
sixty days in advance of Captain Scott,
the Britisher, has given the press an
interesting interview on travel in the
polar regions. Amundsen is of the
belief that Scott's failure to get back
to a place of safety in good season
was due chiefly to the failure to take
dogs on the expedition.
Amundsen not only has had experi
ence with dogs on his south polar ex
pedition, but has traveled with them
in the Arctic regions. When he dis
covered the Northwest Passage and
made his way overland to notify the
world of his great accomplishment in
navigation, he journeyed with dogs
from Ilorschel Island to Eagle, Alas
ka, and back to Herschel.
List of letters remaining unclaimed
in the Postofllce at Juneau, Alaska,
on March 8, 1913. Parties calling for
them should call for "Advertised Let
ters," and give date of list
Atkochunas, Paul A, Anderson Leith,
Baker, J. S., Desmet. Jennie cards (2),
Jansen, P. S., Kovich, Steve, Mayfield
Rose, MacKintosh, G. A., McDonald,
Mr., McAllister, Mike, MacKenzie,
! Thos. Nass, Sam, Olsen Jack, Pow
' ell A. L., Quinehaus Wm. J., Ruff
Martin, Spencer Dave, Ward William,
Zisco Jo., Rrown Mrs. Jennie, Eaton
Sam, Fell Sadie, Gilbert Charlie, Hop
son Tom, Harris Billy, Johnson James,
Jackson Charlie, Jones Mrs. Charlie,
James Miss Maggie, Kilos Suet, Ka
kash Albert, .Moore Mr. Johnnie, Nel
son Glucia card, Niggins Mrs. Alice,
Sanders Geo., White Annie, Williams
Frank (2), Wing Gin, Williams Sam,
and Williams Miss Clara.
E. L. HUNTER, P.M.
DISAGREEMENT ON |.<
Three divergent reports were pre
sented to the House by the members of i
the committee which conducted the *
Money Trust investigation. f
Tlie majority report, signed by S
Chairman Pujo and the six other Dem- I
ocratlc members of the committee, 9
found that a Money Trust exists, ac
cording to their understanding of the '
term. This report names as the "most t
active members in bringing ubout the '
concentration of money and credit," t
J. P. Morgan & Co.. First National and t
National Cly banks and Kuhn, Loeb t
& Co., of New York; Lee Higginson 1
& Co., and Kidder, Peabody & Co., of '
Two bills accompanied the report, ?
one forbidding the use of the mails to 1
stock exchanges which fall to observe 1
prescribed stringent regulation as to 1
the conduct of their business, and the
other prescribing rigid rules for the '
conduct of national banks, their ofll
cers and clearing house assocvlations
to which they belong. This report is
substantially in accord with the con- j
elusions presented to the committee i
by Samuel Untermever, counsel. <
The first monthly report, signed by |
Representative Hayes, of California;
Representative Heald, of Delaware, and ;
Representative Guernsey, of Maine, Re- ;
publicans, set forth that the invest!- i
gation "has not disclosed the existence i
of any so-called Money Trust, but add
ed, "it haB, however, disclosed a dang
erous concentration of credit in New
York City and to some extent in Bos
ton and Chicago."
An individual minority report, filed
by Representative McMorran, of Michi
gan. Republican, was a flat, detailed
disagreement with the recommenda
tions and findings of the majority.
"While I believe that attention has
! been called to grave deficiencies in
our financial laws, I also believe that
a sinister light has been thrown over
I banking practices which was not justi
fied by the facts.
NEW ZEALAND POLICE
Ludovic Dallagiovanna, better
known in Seattle and Nome as "Ludo
vie," is once more in trouble. Accord
ing to the New Zealand Truth of Jan
uary 125, ho has been ordered out of
the country. Ludovic was one of the
proprietors of the Arcade dance hall
during the Gill administration and fig
ured prominently in the recall of May
or Gill. He spent some time at
Nome in the early days of that camp.
The Truth contained a complete ac
count of the trial of Ludovic, who
was convicted with a number of white
slavers, all o? them being ordered to
Ludovic testified he left Seattle with
$5,000 and had been in Auckland about
three months. He said he left Seattle
because parties opposed to him polit
ically had come into power and taken
away his dance hall license.
CANNOT SUE FOR
LICENSE TAXES ,
The government cannot bring civil
suit to recover delinquent trade li
cense fees but must bring criminal
action, according to the decision of
the United States circuit court of ap
peals at San Francisco in the suit
brought against the Seward Peninsula
Railroad of Alaska. The case will be
appealed to the United States su
preme court. It Involves $30,000. In
the circuit court the government was
represented by Judge B. S. Rodey,
United States district attorney at
Nome, and the defendants by Seattle
FEMMER & RITTER
See this firm for all kinds of dray
Ing and hauling. We guarantee sat
isfaction and reasonable prices. Coai
delivered promptly. Feinmer & Rit
ter's Express. Stand Burford's Cor
ner. Phone 314. Residence phones
402 or 403. ???
Every thing that will please a smok
er may be found at BURFORD'S.
WHEN YOU want to eat well, go
to the Commercial Cafe Dining Room,
Lunch Counter, Private Boxes. The
choicest viands at lowest prices. For
reservations for private parties, phone
TO JUNEAU PATRONS:
I wish to announce that I am pre
pared to give prompt and efficient
service in delivering, coal hauling
freight, baggage, etc.
HILARY McKANNA TRANSFER
Phone Order 5-7 or 55 tf
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.
Any subscribers to The Dally Em
pire not receiving papers regularly
either by carrier or mail, will confer
a favor by promptly notifying The
Gets Wireless Fame
Tho Kiiidell wireless station picked
p a message from the steamship
lariposa at 9:20 last Thursday, as fol
Mlows: "S. S. Marpisoa oft' St. Ellas
p. m. Easterly wind. Rough Sea.
drigo ten miles cast of St. Ellas at
The boats at the time the wireless
vas sent, were in the gulf of Alaska
,vo hundred miles due west of Skag- J
vay. To reach the station in Skagway |
he electric waves had to climb moun- '
tins eight thousand feet high and '
len come down to the peaceful low- ?
inds of the Skagway valley. Gradual- <
r the operator has broadened his 1
nowledge until now Postmaster A. K. |
Cindell is listed among the compe- )
ent wireless operators of the North, J
aid he has a station that any amateur 1
lay be proud of.?Skagway Alaskan. <
)NE TIME ALASKA
OFFICIAL IS LECTURING
C. L. Andrews, formerly in the Alas
;a customs service, is giving illus
rated lectures on Alaska in the
itates. Mr. Andrews was deputy col- '
ector of customs at Skagway for many <
'ears, and later served for several !
'ears at Eagle. He traveled in Alas- \
ca long before his official career in
his territory, and was one of the party
>f the Prince Lugi, Duke of Ah- 1
?uzzi, that made the ascent of Mt.
5t. Ellas a decade and a half ago.
Mr. Andrews has one of the largest
collections of Alaska photographs and
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Empire, phone 3-7-4.
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