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THE ALASKA DAILY EMPIRE
VOL. IV., NO. 529. JUNEAU, ALASKA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 1914. "" PRICE, TEN CENTS AUSTRIA MAKES MOVE TOWARD CONCItlATION PARIS, July 29. ? The Temps this evening says that Russia has been offi cially notified by Austria that Austria will respect the territorial integrity of Servia no matter what may be the outcome of the war between the two countries, and that it wishes to ab stain from the occupation of Belgrade. AUSTRIA'S ALLIES AGAINST INTERVENTION. VIENNA, July 29?Ger many and Italy are contin uing to exert their influence to localize the war between Austria and Servia. They are urging Russia and the Balkan States, aside from Servia, and Greece to stay out of the conflict and per mit Austria and Servia to settle their own differences. WILLIAM AND NICHOLAS CONFER. BERLIN. Jly 29?Emper or William and Czar Nicho las were in communication today concerning the crisis in Europe. Both sent and received to and from the other several telegrams. OF LOCAL INTEREST. At last we are able to say "yes" to many requestls for Initial stationary. This morning we received a complete assortment of box paper and corres pondence cards with Initial in gold. Good value at 75c. a bargain at our price of 50c per box. Juneau Drug Co.. 107 Front street. "The store that has what you want when you want it." We have 3 men who can deliver any thing you want immediately. Just call 250. (???) Z. J. LOUSSAC ON COURTESY. True courtesy In business involves more than mere surface politeness. It takes form in its highest expression as an unfailing willingness to serve the p'easure of its patrons. Courtesy in this broader sense actuates the polite ness of tho Juneau Drug Co. When ever consistent we seek to advance the interest and convenience of our customers. That is why everybody points to us the Leading Druggists in Juneau. (???) WHO IS THE SAVAGE? Go to the Orpheum tonight to find out "Who is The Savage" and laugh while you are finding out. This is one of those good Lubin comedies. Also find out about "The Misappropriated Turkey." presented by the Biograph company, and get a pointer about the "Wrong Road to Happiness." present ed in two parts by the Pathe Co. Watch for "The Web." ??? ? + ? + + + + + + + <?<?* + + ? + 4? + MARINE NOTES + * + +++++++*++++++++ The Humboldt, returning from Skag way. will sail south tonight or early in the morning. The Mariposa is expected from the Westward Southbound tomorrow. The Princess Alice, returning from Skagway. will sail south from Juneau Friday morning at seven o'clock. The Jefferson, sailing from Seattle Monday night, should arrive here Fri day night. The City of Seattle is scheduled to return from Sitka Southbound Satur day afternoon. The Dolphin sailed South last night. The Admiral Evans arrived from the Sonth last night. The Georgia left for Sitka at 12:01 this morning. STORK VISITS THANE. The old stork left a baby boy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Tenney Sunday morning. Dr. P. J. Mahone says both mother and son are progres sing finely. Mr. Tenney is the caterer at the Portal camp at Thane for the Alaska Gastineau Mining company. LEAVING ON DOLPHIN. The Dolphin, sailing for the South last night, took the following passen gers from Juneau: Capt. J. S. Gibson. B. N. Carroll. H. R. Clise. and L. Co wan. THE WEATHER TODAY. Twenty-four hours ending at 3 p. m : Maximum?53. Minimum?48. Precipitation?.40 Cloudy; rain. STAGNATION IN EUROPEAN MARKETS ? ++??+??++++*???+ ? * + M'ADOO SAYS NOT ALARMING + + + + WASHINGTON. July 29. ? + , + Secretary of the Treasury Will- + + lam G. McAdoo today declared + | + that there Is no occasion to + i 4- take alarm on account of the + * phenominal exportation of gold * ,1+ from the United States to Eu- + + rope. He said that there Is + + stored In the United States + 1+ treasury and sub-treasuries + * more than $1,300,000,000, and + + that the United States has the + + greatest gold surplus of any + : + country in the world. + + The shipments from the Unit- + + ed States to Europe since last + ?> Thursday total $30,000,000. + ?> + ++++++++++++++++ I LONDON, July 29.?There is absolue i stagnation in the stock and security markets of Europe. In many sections of Europe the stock exchanges have beeu closed. In those that remained open there was comparatively no ac tivity. Few offered to buy, and most of those who hold stocks were afraid to offer them for sale. Liverpool Exchange Closed. LIVERPOOL. England. July 29. ? The stock exchange suspended oper ations today. It has not been announc ed whether it will be opened tomorrow : or not. SL Petersburg Bourse Closes for Week ST. PETERSBURG, July 29. ? The I Bourse was closed today. It will prob ably not open again until Monday. All stocks and securities are at a very low i ebb. Nothing Doing by Dutch. AMSTERDAM, July 29?The Bourse was closed here all day. It is believed ; that it will remain closed until the un certainty of the situation is cleared up. American# Get Orders. NEW YORK. July 29.?Heavy or ders are being received here for Am?r i ican coal with which to furnish coal for the European navies. Orders are also being received In increased amounts for flour and wheat. Gold Shipments Enormous. NEW YORK. July 29.?Unprecedent ed gold shipments have been sent out ; of New York yesterday and today. The shipments yesterday were the greatest in the history of the port. More than > $13,000,000 was withdrawn from the banks and sub-treasury for transocean i ic shipment. European Gold Hiding. BERLIN, July 29.?There has been a heavy run on all the savings banks I of Germany for the last three days. The withdrawals began in fierce earn estness yesterday, and are being kept up today. Thousands of bank depositors In this ? city and other populous centers of Germany have insls'ed upon the pay > ment of their balances in gold. Hun dreds of safe deposit vaults have been ; rented and money consigned to them, while others have carried their gold 1 to their homes. Paris Depositors Withdraw Funds. PaRIS, July 29.?There have been heavy withdrawals from banks yester day and today. The savings banks have suffered most from the steady run. * COMING AND GOING ON THE ADMIRAL EVANS The Admiral Evans arrived from the South last night with a large number of round trip tourists aboard and many for Westward points. The following were for Juneau: J. P. Tracey, M. Fie der, R. R. Swift. J. Paris, J. Elias, S. G. Murray, M. J. David. R. D. Sully. N. J. Larson. Departing for the Westward the fol lowing named took passage: For Skag way?Mrs C. H. Butters, A. Lang, Doc Turner; for Yakutat?M. G. McDonald; for Cordova?Wm. Reid and wife, W. J. Lewis and M. S. Hibbard. ARRIVALS ON THE ALICE. The Princess Alice arrived from the South last night bringing the follow ing passengers for Juneau: William Ebner, Lillian Ebner. Amos Sand strom, Dan McNichol. Evard Kissik, j William Moore. Hazel Warren, Fran 1 ces Hawkes, Thomas Hawkes, and one second class. ATTENTION, KNIGHTS Of COLUMBUS All insurance applicants to be initiated in the Knights of Solumbus as charter members must go before Dr. L. 0. Eggin ton for medical examination on or before Thursday evening, July 30th. Dr. Egginton will receive Douglas and Treadwell applicants at the office of Rev. Father Bruckert, Thursday from 1:30 o' clock p. m. until 8 p. m. HARRISON FIGHTS FIRST WARD BOSSES CHICAGO,"- July "29.?Mayor Carter H. Tfarrlsotf yesterday declared ^war on John J. Coughltn, generally known as "Bathhouse John," and Michael J. McKenna, generally known as "Hlnky Dink," councllmen from the 1st ward. In the declaration, Mayor Harrison, whom both men supported for election every time that he ran for Mayor, announced his complete po litical separation from the 1st ward bosses. He says not only will he re fused their aid in the future, but he declared that ho will wipe the vice district In their ward out of existence. "Bathhouse John" and "Hlnky Dink" have been the most notorious politic ians In Chicago for many years, and, while at times their Influence has been impaired as the result of reform vic tories, their grip on the 1st ward has never been shaken and they have been able to regain the tremendous influ-j ence which they exterted In th city' council. Both men are Democrats and j always run as the candidates of that party, though they have not hesitated to fight Democratic candidates when they were not In sympathy with their 1st ward policies. POPULAR YOUNG < JUNEAU PEOPLE WED MIsb Ora Morgan and Mr. Fred M. Radel were united In marriage last night at 8:30 at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Morgan, In the presence of relatives and few fam ily friends. Rev. R. C. Blackwell of ficiated. The bride was attended by her sister. Miss Mamie Morgan, and Mr. H. I. Lucas was the best man. Oth er guests were Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Tripp and Miss Ina Priest. A dainty luncheon was served after the cere mony. The bride has been one of the pop ular teachers In the Juneau public schools for some time. The groom Is one of the mine bosses at the Alaska Gastineau Mining com pany's Perseverance mine. Mr. and Mrs. Radel left on the City of Seattle for a trip to Skagway and Sitka. They will make their home here. LITTLE ALVIN VONDELL DIES AT ST. ANN'S Alvln Vondell, of Thane, aged 14 years, died at St. Ann's hospital at 2 o'clock this morning. Alvln was the tool boy at the machine shop at Thane. He was taken with bleeding at the : nose, and all efforts to stop It failed. He was brought to the SL Ann's hos pital here, and the bleeding continued until there was not sufficient strength 1 left to maintain the spark of life. Alvln Vondell came to Juneau last 1 winter with his aunt, Mrs. C. Hurt. Sometime ago he went with his aunt to Thane, and while there was em ployed as tool boy. When his aunt moved back to Juneau. Alvin desired to remain there, and his popularity was such that men working at the ma-! chine shop interceded to keep him I there. For a while last winter he was one of the carrier stafT of The Empire. The funeral will be at Juneau. A re quiem mass will be said at nine o' clock, Friday morning, and the funeral services will follow. . PROMINENT BUSNESS MEN ? LOOKING OVER JUNEAU S. G. Murray, manager of the sales department of the Ingorsoll-Rand Co., for the Pacific Coast, and M. J. David, president and manager of the Sea Board Oil company of Seattle, arrived in Juneau on the Admiral Evans last night. Mr. Murray is making a regu lar trip of inspection to Alaska and Mr. David Is making his first trip to Juneau and Southeastern Alaska. Mr. Murray says that the town has chang ed wonderfully even in the short while since his last trip here. Mr. David went to Nome in 1900 and has not been in Alaska since until now. He is deep ly Impressed with Juneau and the sur rounding country. GOLD CREEK WATER CASE STILL HAS RIGHT OF WAY ! The great Gold creek water case in which the Alaska Juneau Gold Mining company Is plaintiff and the Ebner Mining company and others are de fendants. is still progressing in the district court. The defense is now putting in testimony. Today Angus Mackay, receiver for the Ebner com pany, continued his testimony which was begun yesterday. William Ebner, original founder of the Ebner com pany. arrived on the Princess Alice last night to testify in the case. LOVE LETTERS! ?+? What a source of happiness they are, both to the sender and to the recipient. How they are treasured and jealously guarded as one's most valued posses sions. But a love letter, written on beautiful writing paper has an added charm and bespeaks refinement and good taste. Mr. Britt, of Britt's Phar macy, is showing an exceptional high grade of writing paper and it will pay you to look over his stock. 7-29-tf HUMBOLDT ARRIVALS. The Humboldt, arriving from the South last night brought the following passengers for Juneau: Mrs. C. W. Fries, Miss L. Kron, Miss J. Kron, John Kron, William Busch, A. Mala mud. There were 20-round trip tour ists aboard making the journey to Skagway. When a man says he admires a good liar he may be flattering him self.?Macon Telegraph. ALL COUNTRIES PREPARE EOR WAR LONDON, July 29.?Reports ot-mak ing of armies In strergetlc positions are coming from all sections of Eu rope. Practically every nation on the continent Is putting tlself on a war footing. Dispatches say that the partial mo bilization of the Russian troops In the Southwest districts has been complet ed under orders that were Issued last night Belgium Prepares. BRUSSELS, Belgium, July 29?The Cabinet today called out the three classes of army reserves. The army Is being equipped on a war footing. British Fleet Sails. PORTSMOUTH. Eng., July 29.?The British fleet sailed from here this af ternoon. It destination Is unknown. LONDON. July 29. ? The British fleet steamed out to sea this afternoon under sealed orders. Germany Suppresses Socialist Out breaks. STUTTGART. Bermany, July 29. ? Troops were called out today to sup press outbreaks of Socialists who have been making anti-war demonstrations. OFFICIALS ADMIT BREAKING LAWS ?+? WASHINGTON. July 29?A wireless message received from Dr. E. Lester Jones says that Hntton and Tongue admit that they have been selling li quor to natives, but deny charges of other immoralities. WOULD PUT ALASKA NATIVES TO WORK WASHINGTON, July 29.?E. T. Hurd has made application to Secre try of Commerce William C. ltedlleld to establish a cod Ashing station at Tl galda Island, Alaska, to give natives and fishermen employment. GOV. AND MRS. STRONG TO ENTERTAIN TRAVELER ?+? Miss Francess R. White, sister to former Senator W. E. Mason, of Illin ois, is a passenger aboard the City of Seattle making the last lap of a world tour that has occupied about three years of constant travel. Miss White will stop over on the return of the City of Seattlo from Sitka and be the guest of Mrs. J. F. A. Strong at the Governor's House for a short while. More than two years ago Miss White and Senator Mason and family travel ed through the Orient with Gov. and Mrs. Strong and many enjoyable days were passed together. Miss White continued her travels passing through to India, Japan and Chtha, and is now making the last lap of the great tour. BILL McPHEE CELEBRATE8 28TH ALASKA ANNIVERSARY William H. McPhce, when speaking at the Rlggs banquet last Tuesday night, said that Sunday, June 21st he would celebrate the completion of his twenty-eighth year In Alaska. So yesterday he observed the anniversary by receiving congratulations of scores of old timers and friends, many of whom have tolled, prospected and celebrated other anniversaries with him. He was 36 years old when he landed at Juneau in 18S6, and since then he has traveled Alaska's width and breadth, taken all the degrees known to a sourdough, gathered friends as he went along, and suc ceeded In his business endeavors. No man is better known In the North than ho and none has more friends. ?Fairbanks News-Minor. PACIFIC COAST OFFICIALS ON INSPECTION TRIP H. Brandt, general passenger agent, and R. D. Pinneo, assistant general freight and passenger agent of the Pacific Coast Steamship company, pass ed through Juneau aboard the City of Seattle enrouto to Skagwny on a trip of inspection this morning. Mr. Pin neo will return with the ship to Se attle. Mr. Brandt will come from Skag way to Juneau on the return of the Jefferson and remain here until the arrival of the Spokane Southbound next trip. JUNEAU CHIEF INVITED TO CONVENTION OF CHIEFS ?+? Chief Milton Winn, of the Juneau fire department has received an Invi tation to attend the convention of fire chiefs of the cities of the United States and Canada to be held in New York City from August 12 to 16 Inclusive. Chief Winn has also received an In- j vitation to attend the convention of fire chiefs from the Pacific Northwest j cities to be held In Victoria on Sep tember 1, 2 and 3. + * ? KETCHIKAN AND WRANGELL MERCHANTS JOIN ASSOCIATION Word comes from Ketchikan that C. S. Lindsay, manager of the Merchants' Protective Association of Alaska, has met with excellent success at that place and Wrangell in securing the co operation of the merchants there with his organization. Nine Wrangell firms affiliated with the association, and Mr. Lindsay writes that Ketchikan mer chants are joining. The air of importance grows on j some men in proportion to the distance they travel from home.?Jlacon Tele graph. CARRANZA AND CARBAJADAL AGREE WASHINGTON. July 29. ? A tele gram received at tile State Depart ment today says Carranza and Car bajal have agreed to a basis for the arrangement of peace. The dispatch came from Jose Castello, representa tive of Carbaja) at the negotiations. Fred Boalt Must Go. WASHINGTON, July 29.?Secretary of War Lindley M. Garrison has order ed Fred Boalt. the newspaper corres pondent, deported from Vera Cruz. TINPLATE MAKERS SEE IMPROVEMENT ?+? PITTSBURGH, July 29.?At a meet ing of sheet and tinplate manufactur ers at Youngstown, 0., it was stated by these In attendance, that there has been a noticeable improvement in that business. Representatives of the American Sheet & Tin Plate Manu facturers from all sections of the country were in attendance. Pittsburgh Getting Good. NEW YORK, July 29.?A Pittsburgh special says that improvements in nearly all lines of business 1s evident there, and a number of mills which have been working part time will start up in full next week. Prosperity Is Here. NEW YORK, July 29.?John V. Far well, head of the wholosale dryg oods firm of J. V. Farwell & Co. of Chica go, says that prosperity Is here. While big crops are in the main responsible for the improved business outlook, Mr. Farwell believes that the new banking and currency system has been an Important contributing factor. CLAFLINS HAD BIG SUM ON DEPOSIT ? ???? NEW YORK, July 29.?Money de posited "on account" with the Claflin Co. Is approximately $2,000,000, while the stores in the retoll chain owned by John Clnflin owe $3,000,000 for merchanidse The money was all "subject to draft." Claflin Debts May Reach $45,000,000. NEW YORK, July 29. ? The New York American says figures obtained from an authoritative source show that the liabilities of the H. B. Claflin Co. are at least $40,600,000. It was also learned that plans are quietly being made by a large private banking com pany In the financial district for a re organization of the Claflin stores. ENGLISH LORD TO SERVE AS SAILOR LONDON, July 29?Earl Harwicke, a personal friend of Sir Thomas Lip ton. will join the crew of the yacht Shamrock IV at the Azores as a com mon sailor and work his way from there to the United States. He says he hopes to make good and qualify for a place on the sloop in the cup races next September. AMERICAN BANKS NOT AFTER BRAZILIAN BONDS NTW YORK, July 28.?The Ameri can group of bankers who were ex pected to share in the Brazilian loan announced some time last spring, are said to have cabled their associates In London, Paris and Berlin that they would not participate becnuse of unset tled financial conditions abroad. PARIS FEARFUL OF ANOTHER COLLAPSE PARIS, July 29.?Insiders fear a fresh collapse is possible if It becomes necessary to dissolve many underwrit ing syndicates formed within the last two years, and which are still in exist ence. because the public did not re spond. LOSS OF CAPITAL SCARES FRENCH BANKS PARIS, July 28.?French banks are apprehensive of the constantly In creasing exodus of French capital to other countries, for the purpose of avoiding taxnt(on upon dividends un der the new law. American bankers and trust companies are expected to benefit by this movement. CANADIAN RAIROADS FILE BIG MORTGAGES OTTAWA, July 28?Mortgages for $45,000,000 by the Canadian North ern and for $16,000,000 by the Grand Trunk Pacific, guaranteed by the Do minion of Cnnada, have been executed and recorded at Ottawa. TRANSPORTATION MAN DIES AT SEATTLE SEATTLE, July 29.?M. M. Perl, au I dltor of the Northwestern Commercial company until the consolidation of that company with the Alaska Steam-! ship company, died here yesterday. HEAVY INCREASE IN WASHINGTON HARVEST SPOKANE, July 29.?Reports from all points throughout the Inland Em pire Insure an Increase In the enor mous harvests of grain including, wheat, oats and barley. SKATING AT JAXON'S RINK TONIGHT. Devotees of roller skates will have nn opportunity to enjoy themselves tonight. There will be skating at Jax on's rink. (???) SERVIA PREPARES TO OCCUPY BOSNIA VIENNA, July 29.?Ser vian and Montenegrin troops are being rushed to the Bos nia frontier. It is believed to be the purpose of Servia and Montenegro to get the people of that province to raise in revolt. AUSTRIANS FIRE ON SER VIANS. VIENNA, July 29.?Aus trian frontier troops fired on Servians this morning when the latter attempted to cross the Drina river. AVIATORS LOCATING ARMIES. LONDON, July 29.?Ser vian and Austrian aviators are flying across the fron tiers of the countries en deavoring to locate the posi tions of the armies of the two countries. AUSTRIA IMPRISONS SERVIANS. VIENNA, July 29. ? All Servians in Austria and Hungary who are liable to military service under the law of Servia are being ar rested and turned over to the military authorities who are holding them as mili tary prisoners of war. EMPEROR ACCUSES SER VIA of INGRATITUDE. VIENNA, July 29?Em peror Francis Joseph in a manifesto issued today re fuses to the ingratitude of Servia for the support his ancestors afforded in gain ing Servian independence. Germany Confiscating Horses. BERLIN. July 29.?The German gov ernment has ordered all horses ir. the Industrial district that are suitable for military purposes impounded and held by the government for the use of the army. BRAZIL IS AFTER MONEY ONCE MORE NEW YORK. July 29.?A London special says it is understood that Bra zil has resumed negotiations with -the Rothchllds for a $75,000,000 loan. Bra zil is reported to have acceded to re quirements of the bankers. MILWAUKEE MEN ARE WORKING OVERTIME MILWAUKEE. July 29.?The Chi cago, Milwaukee & St. Paul this week increased the working time of 2000 men employed In the road's shops at Milwaukee, from eight to eight and one-half hours. STEAMSHIP COMPANY HAS BUSY TIME SEATTLE. July 24.?With tho ex ception of the Dora, now tied up at Cordova as a relief ship, every vessel of the Alaska Steamship company's fleet, from all Indications, will remain In active commission until fall, for the first time since 1912, the year of the record-breaking; salmon pack in the North. Since May, when the freight er Edith steamed for Nome anil the Dirigo left for Southwestern Alaska, twelve out of the company's thirteen vessels have been in active service, a condition that has not prevailed since the year mentioned. Officials of the company today said that there is no sign of any diminu tion in tho Northern traffic movement that would mean a curtailment in the operation of its fleet. Development work along the Alaska coast is re sponsible for a steady cargo movement of a substantial character. ? Seattle Times. CONDHOLDERS SEEK EARLY RE-ADJUSTMENT NEW YORK. July 28.?The bond holders of the Missouri Pacific Rail way have decided to forco tho hand of the Gould interests in bringing about a re-adjustment before It be comes necessary for the courts to act. A member of one of the bondholders' committees said the bondholders would not wait until fall for a re-ad justment. TACOMA MAN IS SHOT WHILE WALKING STREET TACOMA. July 20.?Claud I. Mead, of this city, was shot and killed yester day while walking on the street here with his wife. WHY CAN'T ALASKA BEAT TRUST1 If Norway can buck tho beef trust by raising reindeer for the market why can't Alaska do the same thlnf for this country??Seattle Times. RUSSIA TO FIGHT IF AUSTRIA CROSSES LINE LONDON. July 29. ?The St. Petersburg correspond ent of the Post today tele graphed his paper positively that the Russian govern- ? mcnt has decided that the moment Austrians cross the Servian frontier Russia will take the field with all the available military forces of the Empire, which are being augmented by the reserves that are being called out and mobilized with the regulars, let consequences be what they may. The declaration is also made that Russia will insist that, in case Germany or any of the other powers in tervene, Great Britain and France shall maintain their treaty obligations in accord ance with the tripple en tente, which would require them to support Russia in whatever steps she might take in the present crisis. The government appears to believe that it will be re quired to participate in co operation with France in be half of Russia should that country and Germany be come involved in the war be tween Austria and Servia, and no secret is made at the Foreign and War offices that high officials expect Russia to come to the aid of Servia regardless of what Germany might do. RUSSIA HAS KEY. Paris, July 29. ? At the present moment it appears that the peace of Europe de pends upon the action of Russia. The government and people of France are rapidly preparing for war, but waiting to know what Russia will do. If Russia persists in intervening in behalf of Servia it is believ ed here that Germany will come to the aid of Austria, and probably be re-inforced by Italy. France will then be compelled to aid Russia, and will insist upon. Great Britain joining in the move ment. France and Great Britain are using their influence to get Russia to stay out of the f racas. FOLK TO TEST NEW REBATING SCHEME ?4*? WASHINGTON", July 29?Attorney J. W. Folk of the Interstate Commerce Commission, will probab'y file on the part of the government suit against the Lehigh Valley Railroad to test the right of a shipping agent to receive commissions from a railroad as well as shippers. The government alleges that commissions amount to rebates. SOUTH CAROLINA ROADS CONSOLIDATE NEW YORK, July 29.?Greenville, Spartanburg & Anderson Railway Co., and Piedmont Traction Co., South Car olina roads, both controlled by J. B. Duke and associates, have been merg ed as the Piedmont & Northern Rail way Co. The new corporation has filed mortgage of $50,000,000 with the Farmers' Loan & Trust Co., of New York. TELEPHONE COMPANIES MAY FORM COMBINE COLUMBUS, O., July 28.?Fifteen Independent telephone companies of Ohio have filed an application with the public utilities commission for author ity to combine as the Ohio State Tel ephone Co., with $25,000,000 capital. FRENCH COURT HOLDS AGAINST CUSTOMS SPIES PARIS, July 28. ? The French courts have issued an order forbid ding Munroe & Co., American bank ers of Paris and New York, to reveal the accounts or checks which have been demanded by the United States customs authorities In the case of Miss Mary A. Dolan, a dressmaker of Brookllne. Mass., who Is charged with having an undervalued Importation of dresses. HAINES MAN SHOOTS SELF ACCIDENTALLY HAINES, July 26.?Billy Daniel, who accidentally shot his foot while out In the country a few days ago was brought to town and Is at the govern ment hospital. , Juneau Becoming Metropolitan. Juneau, Alaska, is becoming metro : politan. with its ambitions for free mail delivery.?Seattle Times.