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THE ALASKA DAILY EMPIRE
\,? i;m JUNEAU, ALASKA. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25. 1913. PRICE TEN CENTS MALONEY AND LIGHT GET PLUMS New York Bosses Again Defeat Sulzer \i.11 \xn . \ v. June -The New York assembly late last iintht attain ? i . *.?>v William Sul/er's pri mar> ti ituia la a The city Ims beei. Ml.-I with -a.lim: ciii. i lis ami busi u?'s- lin n ti .in all sectious of the State matiin: the pusaaKe of the mens nr. The Ian tip was practically tin same it- it was last spring at the reg ular session The Tamilian} men and those undei tlu control of the Mur ph> organi ation. and tin* majority of the Ki'pultlicans voted against the measure The majority against it was :tS. Cov. Snlzer will continue the tight. PROMINENT SEATTLE MAN IS ARRESTED ?o-o? si:ATI Li; ian** 2a. Frank II Tus tin. shipp.t. , clerk lor (lulbraith, Ma ton at..I < . in, any, whole-ale grain and lot t| menhants, wa> arrested yester day. charged with systematic straliUK n>r many years. It is cliyrcftl that Ins --hoir.ii.. will amount to JaO.UOO. o?o?o ii kks m \kk short shrift ok assassins ?o-o? ('(>\'ST \ VriXOIM.K, June 1'5. - T?i i.ty p. . suits were sentenced to ? I- <h .it a t >urt martial tor complicity tin rer.-ut assassination of the t'.ratiti \'i/.t r. Sunday Twelve of them w.-rt lAi-cutttl yesterday. o?o?o ? complete chance at <;ross show tonk.'ht -<? O? fin- following is tonight's program at the <Irons Show : 1 I'lie Weakling ami the flr.-aser" \ Noble character portrayed in a West, rr; tale. 2 ?tlautnont Weekly." The latest cur rent events. "Hetty's Nightmare" Floren Law r. tic.- at her best in a high class comedy. I "Love's Test" A romantic love story beautifully depicted. Alice Armstrong, piaaiste. o?o?o PASSENGERS LEAVING I OK SKAGW VY TODAY ?o-o? 'I City <>i Seatth left for Skag i\ at three o'clock this morning. tuk im tlu following passengers iroiu Ju ii*- faula llubbart \lma Rasmus Hen. IVte liable- and wife, Miss B. Joha:.Mart- King. Mary A .Stilly. \! ;m> ? J William. U J Johns, H. B. Barks. W. K Britt, wife and son. o?o?o PRIZES OFFERED FOR REST DECORATIONS Tin- Fourth of July celebration sub committee oi. decorations has an iii'iiuti'd that there will be the follow ing pri/es offered toward inducing a general plan t, beautify on Indcpcnd ? ?in i Day. Foi the best decorated front of building $?5 will be given; for the s. coud best (b corated front $15"; for the best window decoration 'he iir>t proie will be and $15 for Kecoud b<-st. O?O?O COL. RICHARDSON LEAVES FOR THE INTERIOR i o! W I' Uichardson. chairman of the ISourd of Alaska Road Commis sioners. was a passenger from the Westward for Skagwajr on the North ?? est, rn After inspecting the road near Haines. Col. Richardson leaves for the Interior and lajwer Yukon points lie will inspect the road w01 k at the \arious points in the In terior before coming out in the fall. MYSTERIOUS DISAPPEARANCE OP WVRANGELL YOUNG MAN i.u-i:. ; li I.. Faulkner ha* received i.: i ii >u that August Niemi. a Fin nish young uian. years of age. is missing under peculiar circumstances froui his home iu Wranged ami fears of foul play are suspected. He w:u> employed iu the Smith shingle mill and m >ai?l to have been a man of mm! morals and habits. He was last ? , ii on the afternoon Sunday, June 1*. II* is known to have nad $120 on his person lie lived in a teut alone, li s personal effects are undisturbed and .h pay cheek has not been oalled lor -o?o?o I i I l< ins an olc sourdough and minin- man of all the camps in Alas ka and Yukon T* rritory. went North on the ? 'it) of Seattle last night. o?o?o BENJAMIN CLOTHES AT BEHRENDS1 \ full line of the famous BEN J A MIN f LOT I IKS, containing all of the latent styles, shades and weights hat been received at the B M. Behrends s'.or* Do not make a purchase until you eiainine the stock. $-14 lOt WILSON STANDS BY AMERICAN JEWS I.ON I MX. June -I. A Si. Peters burg dispatch says that ('resident Wood row Wiison has declined Rits sia's request thai the two countries en ter into treaty relations attain except under condition that the right of American Jews to enter Russia freely as other citi/.ens ot the country be tin j conditionally recognised. O?O?0 MARIPOSA HAS bIG LIST FOR JUNEAU SKATTRK, June The .Mariposa nailed for Juueau last night with the following pans, ngers for Juneau: Mrs II O. ITebslel, II. McKillllon, 1.. \ tlruhaui and wife, .Miss O. M. I.acey. .Miss K. O'Neill, Mrs. K. L. Ridley, .Mrs. I. I. tlarduer Mrs. I-'. \V. Collins, Mrs M. Krady, Mrs. A. \V. Rhodes, Miss M. Wuyland, J. K. Moul ton, K. ('. Ward and wife, Miss 10. Shane, Miss Kuen (J. Raker, A. 10. Right and wife, ti. J. Armstrong, C. 1'. Soiuinersoti, 1 11. tiartliiugheiu, J. 10. Knapp, A. J Kiugstad, Miss A. Johnson, Mrs. A. J. Wolford, Miss M. ilaslam, J. R. Led better and w te. .Marcus M. Stroud, Otto W'euin, Mrs. \V. F. Rrandenberg, Mrs. S. Raxter, It. J. Willis and wife, R. 10. Campion, J.J . Dalton. \V. Coughliu. J. F. Mul U n. S. It. Messersnnth, W. 1). Gross, F. K. Green, 11. O. I'roebstel, H. R. Shepard, K. A Riiodeau, C. 1*. Merced, \V. S. Sutton, K. Keyes, Frank Kohu, 1'. l\ Anderson, F. W. William sou, F. W. Raxter, W. G. Fenton, A. J. I trad ford, and twenty steerage. O?o?o LARGE TO I'HIST l'ARTY ABOARD THE HUMBOLDT O?O A large party ot tourists under the guardianship of Dr. and .Mrs. llartwell Depew i8 aboard the Humboldt, mak ing the round trip voyage. The party will be given plenty of time in Skag way to travel over the White 1'aas and Vukon as far as Bennett. Those in the party are Dr. and .Mrs. llartwell I?- pew, Mrs. J. K. Courtney, Miss May Theuker, Miss Bessie May, Miss Ber tha Komley. Miss ltose Higgin. Miss .Marion Higgin, Miss May Svveit/.. Miss Kffie Zimim rnian. Miss Theo Allen, Mi.-s Klnaletli Smith, Miss Henrietta (.'aider. Miss Besweick. Miss lva Lamb, Miss Ituth Roberts, Miss Beryl Ware. Miss Veluta Keadman, Miss Margaret Malonev, Miss Kli/abeth l.aneasfer, Mrs Leroy Stetson. KM win and Harold Conway. o?o?o GOOD SHOW AT OKl'HEUM TONIGHT 'lie "Coming of Columbus." as pre setted at the Orpheum last night is ; certainly a very elaborate photo play and was well received. It is both in teresting for its historical and dra matic features. It requires several reels to present the story. An extra film exposed last night was both in structive and 'entertaining. It gave a study on the royal pest of the North, the much cursed mosquito. The same show will be on tonight. A. C. Fretn tiling presides at the piano. HONEYMOONERS ABOARI) ?o-o? Tht 11miiboldt is a honeymoon shit ; Tor fair this trip. There are three brid | al couples aboard: Mr. and Mrs. Ben I ChandU r. Mr. and Mrs. George ('hand ! ler and Mr. and Mrs. Seaman. Tht I Chandlers are stockholders in tht Humboldt Steamship Company. O?O?O W. YV. CASEY RETURNS ?o-o? \V. W. Casey returned on the Hum ; boldt from a few weeks' trip into I'a , ciflc Coast States. He visited wltl W. W. Casey. Jr.. at Moscow Idaho and attended the nig Odd Fellow") convention. Mr. Casey reports tha , he had a good time and comes homi happy. He brought a good saddh horse for Dr. L. O. Sloane and all tin ? trappings that go with a good horse i he also brought a tine team of horse: i for himself. o?o?o I Clam chowder every day at "U am .'I" Lunch Itoom. t GRAND EXCURSION AND DANCE TONIGHT 1 Tonight tlie excursion to sheep creek und grand bull in the new mess house which is the largest auditorium in the country will take place. This excur sion is u public affair and given for the benefit of the Juneau High School band. It is not an excursion and dance for school children exclusively as has been reported. The public has heretofore responded generously to allj the band affairs and there is every reason that tonight will be no ex ception to the habit. It will be the first excursion on Castineau channel this season. The! music will be the best, consisting of | the full band. Manager Margrie. of the ferry company, has promised the best service that his fleet of boats can rentier; there will be no vexa tious waits. The weather is fine. Ev erybody wants to hear the band?ev erybody likes to dance. Committees from each side of the channel are i working to make it a success. Admis sion will be one dollar, ladies free ferry fare 25 cents for the round trip. o?o?o ?l-l- 1 -1 -l -I 1-M 1-1-f Leag ue Base Ball " M I I' 1 Ti !? M'T NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE. Standing of Clubs Wou Lost Pet Seattle 41 24 .631 Vancouver 3D 27 .51)1 Portland 32 3l) .516 [Victoria 31 36 .463 | Taconm 31 37 .456 i Spokane 23 43 .348 Yesterday's Scores. At Seattle Tacoma, 5; Seattle, 0. At Spokaix Victoria. 8; Spokane, 2. ?o-o? PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE. Los Angeles .... 48 31 .608 San Francisco ... 42 40 .512 Oakland 38 40 .487 Sacramento 36 38 .4S6 Venice 33 40 .452 Portland 37 45 .451 Yesterday's Scores. At Oakland -Portland, 3; Oakland, 1. \t Sacramento?Sacramento. 2; Los Angeles, 0. At Los Angeles- San Francisco, 4; Venice, 0. ?o-o? AMERICAN LEAGUE. Philadelphia .... 42 15 .737 | Cleveland 39 23 .629 Boston 31 26 .544 Washington 33 28 .541 Chicago 34 SO .531 Detroit 25 39 .391 St. Louis 23 42 .354 New York 17 41 .293 Yesterday's Scores. At Chicago St. Louis, S; Chicago, 0. At Washington?Washington, 3; New York, 0. Called at end of the 8th inning to permit New York catch a train. .At Detroit -Cleveland, 6; Detroit. 4. ! Twelve innings. At Detroit?Afternoon game: Detroit. 6: Cleveland. 5. NATIONAL LEAGUE. Philadelphia .... 36 1G .692 New York 32 21 .604: Brooklyn 29 23 .58$ Chicago 31 27 .5341 Boston 24 30 .444 ' Pittsburgh 25 33 .431 St. Louis 24 34 .414 Cincinnati 20 37 .351 Yesterday's Scores. At St. Louis ? Morning game: St. Louis. 1: Chicago. 0. Called at the end of the first inning on uccount of rain. Afternoon game: St. Louis, il; Chicago. 0. 1 At Boston?Philadelphia, 8; Boston, 5. At New York -New York, 4: Brook lyn. 0. At Cincinnati ? Cincinnati-Pittsburgh game postponed; rain. o?o?o MANY ARRIVE ON CITY OF SEATTLE The City of Seattle arrived from i the South yesterday afternoon with ? a capacity crowd aboard including ? many round trip excursionists. The fol ? lowing pasengers for Gastineau chan nel debarked: For Juneau?H. G. Vahang, F. Hill, F. Aultmiller, P. A. Brown, Helen Brown. Mrs. G. Gillmore,. G. Atkin - son, S. Jackson. John Strand. Jack - Jackson, Ellen Anderson, Fred Burns. 11 J. D. Fiburg, Mr. and Mrs. Mandich, , Mrs. A. Eitner. Miss Preistly, Miss i Preistiy, Miss G. Eitner, G. Todd, F. t H. Moore, and five second class. 9 For Douglas ? J. Killwasser, Sam 9 Turkovich. O. S. Hopper, Miss Hop 9 per, Mr. Hopper. Mrs. Hopper, Hattle ; Humphries, Mrs. Parker, Mrs. J. s James. Mrs. J. James, Miss B. James, Lester James, Flora Green, Elmer Green and three second class. 1 For Trendwell ? Lccie Landsberg, f Henry Vogl, and F. I^mdsberg. Senate Committee Makes Further Tariff Changes WASHINGTON. June 26.?The pro-, vision in the Underwood tariff bill | the tariff on foreign goods imported j that provides a five per cent, rebate j of the tarilT on foreign goods import ed into the United States in Ameri can ships has been eliminated by the Senate. The income tax feature of the bill has been changed also to eliminate from its provisions any tax on divi dends of tlie policies of mutual life in surance companies which are returned to the policy holders. These and the additions to the free list of cattle and wheat and the reduc tions in manufactured iron and steel are the principal changes in the new blll. M'PHELAN WANTS I TO BE SENATOR ?o-o? WASHINGTON, June 24.?Former Mayor James E. McPhelnn, of San Francisco, declined the offer of an ap-: pointment lo be ambassador to Austra-j Hungary, assigning as liis reason that lie desires to become a candidate in the primaries next year for the Dem ocratic nomination for United States Senator to succeed Senator George C. Perkins. Dr. Nicholson, lite Indiana story writer, lias declined the appointment as United States ambassador to Por tugal. o?o?o TWO FORESTRY SERVICE I OFFICIALS IN JUNEAU ?o-o? Philip II. Dater, district engineer of! the United States forest service, with headquarters in Portland, Oregon, ar- ( rived in Juneau on the City of Seat-, tie yesterday. (Jeorge F. Mead, at-; torney for the service, also with head-! quarters in Portland, arrived on the, Princess Sophia last night. Mr. Mead , has been here before: this is Mr. Da tor's first visit to the North. They are here on business for the depart ment. but were not ut liberty to state j the nature of it at this time. They will remain here a few days. o?o?o S. P. RAYMOND WILL GO IN BUSINESS HERE ?o-o? S. P. Raymond, who operated a lum ber fabricating and cabinet making establishment in Fairbanks for many years, will locate in Juneau. He and Mrs. Raymond have secured apart ments at Hogan's Flats. It is Mr. Raymond's intention to go into bus iness at Juneau. o?o?o ROGER D. PINNEO MAKING THE ROUNDS ?o-o? Roger 1). Pinnoe, assistant general trafllc agent for the Pacific Coast Steamship Company with headquar ters in Seattle, is u passenger on the City of Seattle. He is making the rounds of the Southeastern Alaska towns in the interest of business for his company. o?o?o NEW WEEKLY SERVICE TO WARM SPRINGS BAY ?o-o? Lin B. Adsit h:us started a new weekly service between Juneau and Warm Springs bay via Tenakee, the staunch and seaworthy launch "Union" leaving Juneau every Monday morn ing. John Winn is skipper of this fast and commodious craft. Sowerby & Bell are the local agents. J. V. Bell returned this morning from a trip of inspection and reports that there is ample field to be cultivated by the run. At present Petersburg merchants have been getting trade that rightfully belongs to Juneau but which is being taken away for lack of proper boat service. o?o?o OPENING BEAUTY PARLORS IN CAPITAL CITY Miss Wagoner and Miss Beardon, formerly of Seattle, arrived in Juneau the lust trip of the Alameda and have decided to stay. They have secured a part of the Levy building at the cor ner of Main and Second streets and will open a beauty parlor immediately. o?o?o H. H. STERLING IN TOWN H .11. Sterling arrived from the South on the Princess Sophia last night. Mr. Sterling was formerly cashier at Treadwell, but now lives in Montana. He will be a witness in the MacDonald case. o?o?o HOUSE WOULD PLACE HEAVY TAX ON OPIUM ?o-o? WASHINGTON, June 25. ? A bill placing a tax on the manufacture of opium of $200 a pound passed the House of Representatives yesterday. SCANDINAVIAN GROCERY?Opp. City dock; Just opened; fresh stock. DOREMUS HEADS I HOUSE DEMOCRATS ?o-o? WASHINGTON, Juno 24. -The Dem ocratic CongroHHional campaign com mittee today elected U< preventative Frank 10. DoremuK, ot Michigan, chair-1 man. It agreed to co-operate with the National Committee in the coming Cnogrcsslonal election. O?0?o FEDERAL PRISONER IS POTENTIALLY RICH -o-o? ST. LOUIS. June 25. Federal au thorities have discovered that Mrs. 101 la McClendon, postmistress, Sturdl vant, Mo., who was recently arrested charged with fraud, is a claim ant for a large part of the quarter million-dollar estate in Itockingham county, Virginia, that was left by George M. Nicholas, who died of poi son last August. o?O?0 CRUISER MARYLAND REACHES K AT A I. LA ?o-o? KATAI.LA, June 1 *?. The cruiser Maryland arrived at Katalla on Sat urday and is at present engaged in I)lowing out a channel and putting out Intoys in Controller bay, the evi dent object being to provide for the taking on of the government mined coal when it is ready for delivery. The Maryland will remain bore until Thursday when she sails for Kodiak. o?CI?o FRENCH PRESIDENT VISITS ENGLAND ?o-o? LONDON, June 25.--President Poln care, of France, arrived here last night to be the special gueat of King George V. o?o?o WOMAN SHOOTS HUSBAND, DAUGHTER AND SELF ?o-o? CORVALIS, Ore., June 24.?Mrs. F. 14. Turncll yesterday shot her husband and daughter, Reatrice Van Camp, dangerously wounding them. She at'-: forwards killed herself. Jealousy is alleged to be the cause of the trag-| edy. TAFT AGAIN BECOMES DOCTOR OF LAWS ?o-o? CLINTON. N. V., Jimo 25.?Hamil ton college has conferred the degree of Doctor of Civil Laws upon former President William H. Taft. o?o?o KARLUK LETS PILOT OFF AT WRANGELL -0-0? WRANGKLL, June 25.?V. Stefans son's ship Karluk put iti at Wrangell Monday night and dropped ("apt. Gosse, the pilot. She sailed early this morning for Nome, going out through Cross sound. o?o?o TWO PATENTS GRANTED ?o-o The local land office received in the J last mail a patent issued to Arthur A.J Wakefield for the Hillside lode claim, near Ketchikan; and a patent issued to the Hadley Consolidated Copper Company for the Blue Jay lode near Hadley. o?o?o HART, SCHAFNER & MARX LEAD We lead and others follow. RE MEMBER, HAHT. SCHAFNER & MARX set the pace and fix the STYLES IN READY-MADE CLOTH ING. They have no competitors. We have the sole agency for this great house In Juneau and handle their lines exclusively. Inspect our stock before buying. We guarantee a per fect fit. A pair of dress shoes or a hat given with each purchase before the Fourth of July. CHARLES GOLDSTEIN. o?o?o LEAVE YOUR orders for green veg etables and fruits at Goldsteins, to be delivered after arrival of steamer Ala meda. . 6-21-11. o?o?o A complete line of tobacco jars and pipe racks at BURFdRD'S. Gov. Strong Appoints Maloney and Light (5ov. J. F. A. Strong today appoint ed William Maloney. of Nome, to be Territorial mine inspector, under the provisions of Chapter 72 of the Alas ka Session Laws, a new office, and A. K. Light, of ituhy, Alaska, to succeed F. ('. Irons, of Fairbanks, as special employee for the suppression of the traffic in intoxicating Ihiuor among the natives. Under this law the Territorial mine inspector has been assigned to the mining sections of the Second and Fourth Judicial Divisions, with head quarters at Nome. The office carries a salary of $2,500 a year, with actual and necessary traveling expenses when in the performance of duty, hut not exceeding tin sum of $2,500 a year. Mr. .Maloney will enter upon his of ficial duties on August 1. The ap-J point meat is for a period of two years. Mr. Maloney is a well-known miner and mine operator of Seward penin sula, where lie has been engaged in mining for the past twelve years. He sides being a practical miner, he pos sesscs the necessary technical knowl edge of mining prescribed by the law creating the olllce. The Territorial mine inspector will be under the an pervision and direction of the Cover* nor and the federal mine inspector. Mr. Maloney is a Democrat in polities. Mr. Light has been called to duty in the Fourth Judicial Division, with headquarters at Fairbanks. The ap pointment is effective July 1, 191.''., and is for a period of one year. The salary is $17.1 per month, with an al lowance of $225 for travel and other expenses. Mr. Light is a Democrat, and has been a resident of Alaska for many years, spending most of his time in the Interior During the recent session of the Territorial Legislature he was chief clerk of the Seriate, lie was also private secretary to Delegate Thomas ('ale in 1907-8, Mr. Light has had experience in tlie work to which lie has been assigned, having been connected with the Indian Police of Oklahoma and Southern Kansas for several years. President Wilson Accepts Resignation of McNab WASHINGTON, .1 uiit 25- President Wilson today telegraphed his accept ance ol the resignation of John G. Mc* Nab. In doing so he completely ex-i oncratcd Attorney General James ; Mcllcynolds from the charge made by j .McNah, who in his resignation char* j notorized the action of the Attorney | General in providing for the postpone* \ meat of the trial of the charges in the Oiggs-t'amennittl and Western Fuel cases of injustice and wrong doing. The President, in accepting lite .Mc Nah resignation, said that this ac* of the District Attorney was inexcuse* able. WASHINGTON, Juue 20. Tin? < ah iiicl yesterday afternoon considered the MeNah .Mclteynolds affair that has developed from the postponement of the San Francisco fuel cases. At the close of th>* meeting Attorney Gener al .latilCH Mclleynolds said the "President u til issue a statement." --o-o? California Caces To Be Prosecuted. WASHINGTON. June 20 President Wood row Wilson has decided upon the immediate prosecution of the fa miiietti Minus and the Western Fuel cases. He will appoint Francis .1. lie Hey, the famous nralt. prosecutor, to he special prosecutor in the cases. INSANE STRANGER DIES IN JAIL ?o?o? (Seorgc Bekoff, the Fairbanks man who went insane while traveling from the Tanana metropolis to Whitehorse, died in the Juneau federal jail at a late hour yesterday afternoon. He was brought down from Skagway on the Northwestern the night before and had been in confinement at the jail but a few hours. Marshal Faulkner would have taken the patient to the j hospital but the physician said that Ins recovery was impossible and that i he thought he would rest easier in the ! present jail. The man was suffering j from a very advanced stage of pul monary tuberculosis, which had i brought on dementia. On the way between Fairbanks and ! Whitehorse the man attempted to j throw all his clothing and that of oth er passengers away. He was carefully watched until Whitehorse was reached whereupon he was turned over to the American consul. He was sent to Skagway and taken in hand by Deputy .Marshal Fred Fonzo at that place. A hearing was had before Commissioner Martin Conway and the man adjudged insane and committed to Morning side. He was ordered brought here for temporary relief. There is little information about the I man. He was about 35 years of age , and possessed only a few dollars in money so l'ar as known. Nothing is known of his people or of his antece dents. o?o?o BENJAMIN CLOTHES AT BEHRENDS' A full line of the famous BENJA MIN CLOTHES, containing all of the latest styles, shades and weights has been received at the B. M. Behrends' store. Do not make a purchase until you examine the stock. 6-14-10t. Smoke a Lovera. The most popu lar. eienr Havana cigar ?** o?o?o WANTED ? Chambermaid. Apply Hotel Arctic. 6-25-tf o?o?o CARD FROM C. GOLDSTEIN Please take notice that we have no agent or agents in the field in Juneau or elsewhere sell ing clothes for us. We have one place of business, and that is at our store. CHARLES GOLDSTEIN. GETTING READY TO RECEIVE VISITORS President John Keck luis issued a ' call for a meeting of the Commercial Club committee tonight at the city council chambers to make linal ar rangements for the entertainment of the New Seattle Chamber of Com merce excursionists, who will arrive in Juneau on the Jefferson Saturday noon. General Manager H. L. Thane, of the Alaska-Gastlneau Mining Com pany, has generously offered teams and launches; Manager K. J. Margrfe, of the ferry service, has offered spe cial service; the Alaska Juneau Gold Mining Company has offered teams and rigs; W. W. Casey, of the Juneau Transfer Compan>, has offered teams and rigs. All of these means of trans portation will be at the call of the committee and nothing will be left undone to make their stay interesting and instructive while in the city. A large reception committee has been chosen from among the promi nent citizens and active business men of the town. The committee will wear golden badges and be present when the boat lands. Arrangements have been made to have the band down at the dock to give the visitors a royal welcome. o ?o?o AXEL CLAUSSEN DROWNED The body of Axel Claussen has been recovered. Claussen was a fireman on the steamer Arctic, of the Alaska Packers' Asociation. He fell over hoard two or three days ago while at tempting to board the steamer lying at the dock in Ketchikan and was drowned. o?o?o NEW MINING COMPANY The Arrow Gold Mining Company is the name of a new domestic cor poration that has filed incorporation papers with Secretary Diestln. The directors are J. C. Martin, Alex Single tary. T. K. Dougherty and F. Troup. The capital stock is place at $200,000. o?o FEMMER & HITTER See this firm for all kinds of dray lng and hauling. We guarantee sat isfaction and reasonable prices. Coal delivered promptly. Femmer ft Hit ter's Express. Stand Burford's Cor ner. Phone 314. Residence phones 402 or 403. tt ?