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UNDER SOCIALIST BAN
BUENOS AIRES, Dec. 1 (by Asso
ciated Press).—The Socialist party
of Buenos Aires lias resolved to take
no part in patriotic demonstrations.
This resolution was incorporated in
its platform for the cming municipal
elections and reads:
"The districts of the capital, as
sembled in congress, rc-affirm that
our party is a party of class interna
tionally organized and that patriot
ism, or the idea of country, has
served up until now only to mis
guide the labor movement from its
true interests, and resolves that its
representatives in the deliberative
bodies abstain hereafter from tak
ing part or in any form intervening
in acts of patriotic homage.”
MANY GERMANS ARE
MEXICO CITY, Dec. 1 (by Associ
ated Press).—German immigration to
Mexico is rapid, 100 families having
arrived at Vera Cruz in the latter
part of October. They were preced
ed by several other hundred families,
| most of whom settled in the state of
j Chiapas, where they are engaged in
BERLIN, Dee. 1 (by Associated
Press).—The Deutsche bank has in
creased its capital by 125,000,000
marks, which brings its capital up to
400,000,000 marks. It thus becomes
the greatest bank in Germany, a title
formerly held by the Disconto Go
sellscliaft, with a capital of 310,
GEORGE R. GOSHAW Inc.
NEW YORK—127 W. 27th SH
NOTICE—A Word To You
At our Seattle office we have opened a buying department for the
benefit of the Alaska trade.
We solicit the accounts of individuals, firms and corporations de
siring closer connection for buying and selling. The service rendered
is direct; we, at every step, exercise close supervision over all transac
tions, thus assuring accurate and prompt attention.
We are READY, WILLING AND ABLE to buy right, to ship right,
to insure right—to attend to all matters as your personal agent. Your
enquiries and wants will receive our immediate and moBt courteous
WRITE US—there is no obligation. We are just the business con
nection that the Alaska Trade has been looking for in the buying of
mining, cannery and fishing supplies, drygoods, groceries, cigars and
tobacco, drugs, rubber goods, furniture, household sundries, electrical
goods, gas engines—in fact, anything that grows or is manufactured.
We are also willing and anxious to develop a market for all Alas
kan products. Get in touch with us, giving full particulars, and your
goods will he sold right.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 1.—“Born on
the battlefield!’—this is the sobriquet
proudly worn by Mile Verdun, prob
ably the most aristocratic equine in
the United States, and only an army
No recruit is full-fledged in the
Fifteenth field artillery, now in;
Texas, until he is permitted to
groom and otherwise doll up this
regimental mascot—Introducing you
to Mile Verdun, gold striper, from
She was foaled on April 16. 1918,
on the red and bloody slopes of
Verdun, just four hours after her
dam had finished hauling shells for
Battery E. Fifteenth field artillery,
Second division, she being a wheel
mare in that crackerjack battery of
the famous “Indian Head” division.
Mile. Verdun first saw the light
of day, or rather night, on this
fretful globe of ours at 3 a. in., when
the artillery fire was at its height.
She scorned to die of fright, but
thrived, and a few days later the
battery marched ten miles, and the
newborn mascot with it, under her
own power. Before she was a month
old she had hiked another thirty
miles in two days, and not a major
offensive did the Second division
pull off that Mile Verdun was not in
the thick of it. For good measure
she hiked a hundred miles to the
Rhine, keeping watch with the rest
of the Army of Occupation.
“How arc we going to get her
home?”, asked many a first-class pri
vate of the vet, and the vet passed
the buck to the quartermaster. An
ironbound ukase had gone out that
no animals or such were to go back
to the United States, even if they
were regimental mascots.
“Oh, very well,” said the boys
of Battery E. “We haven’t fought in
France two years for nothing.” And
behold, Mile Verdun, mysteriously
missing for many a day, bloomed
forth again at quarantine on this
side of the Atlantic, too late to be
sent back. There a relentless veteri
nary officer thrust her into quaran
tine, but now she is free, and queen
of all she surveys, at Camp Travis,
San Antonio, Texas, where they are
now recruiting the famous Second up
to full strength again.
If Mile Verdun were the only child
of a millionaire family she could
not be more groomed and manicured,
petted and fed than she is. To a
man the veterans of the Fifteenth
field artillery down at lively San
Antonio, where the only shell fire
one hears is the safe and easy prac
tice at the targets under summer
suns in winter, have sworn to make
her lines fall in the pleasantest pos
; ITALY IS INSTALLING
MANY NEW SCHOOLS
VIENNA, Dec. 1 (by Associated
j Press).—The state opera and the
j state theater, formally subsidized
by (he crown and now snhventioned
by tbe republic show a deficit of
about 20 000.0011 crowns for the
year. As a result, prices are (o be
increased heavily. In the old days
the best seats were seven crowns
while now they are 75. Boxes form
erly cost 80 crowns as against a
minimum of 500 now. Gallery seats
have risen correspondingly ami now
sell at 18 crowns.
Graham Bread fresh every day at
Die City Bakery.
All Kinds of Light Lunches
Tray Service Our Specialty
I SMITH I M’CONAGHY
Corner Front and B Sts.
“THE GIFT SUPREME”
PLEASING NOVEL- /
TIES IN ARTISTIC (
Scores of little priced i
gifts — Things which jl
will help you to fill out \
FACE VEILS U
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PARK IN MONTANA
HELENA, Mont., Dec. 1 (by Asso
ciated Press).—Plans for a 5,000
acre recreation spot in the Big
Blackfoot country, north and north
east of Missoula, and northwest of
Helena, to save what are said to be
the largest trees in Montana, are be
ing promoted by the Lewis nd Clark
county commissioners. State and,
possibly, federal aid, is to be sought,
according to present plans.
The country is a picturesque one.
It abounds in yellow pines from six
to eight feet in diameter, and is a
noted fishing and hunting ground.
The land it is sought to dedicate to
public recreational purposes is most
ly privately owned, the principal
owners being the \V. A. Clark in
terests and the Anaconda Copper
Mining Company. The state also
holds some of the lands.
The proposed reserve embraces
the town of Lincoln, toward the
WANTED — INFORMATION CON
cerning a mysterious woman who
fainted at the local theater Mon
day night It.
FOR RENT—Three-room furnished
Apartment. S. J. Jones, 142-3 rings,
FOR SALE — TWO ROOM FURN
ished house. Large flat top desk
—Yukon Sled. Apply S. J. Jones, Tele
phone 142-3 rings. 26-tf
FOR SALE — ONE QUARTER
horse power electric motor. Ap
ply at Times Office. 15-tf.
FOR RENT—FURNISHED HOUSE
and apartment. See Chas. J. Good
FOR SALE AND RENT — PIANOS.
Expert piano tuning. Anderson
Piano Shop, Juneau. 2-tf
FOR RENT—-APARTMENTS IN THE
Burkhart Flats. Phone 61. 3-tf
FOR RENT—FURNISHED CABINS.
BEST BOARD AND ROOM IN
town at the Lakeview hotel. 16-tf.
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Sun Maid Raisin Bread, always a
favorite at the City Bakery.
west end of the park. The matter
for forming the park is to be taken
up first with the state forester, it is
announced, and is to be taken to the
state legislature if necessary. Splen
did roads have been built into the
country and the Lewis and Clark
county commissioners feel that the
forest should be preserved, at least
in part, for posterity.
Cordova Jazz Orchestra dance at
Eagle Hall Saturday night.
H. B. WOLKING & CO.
CMP A I MCD<2
1 '1 1-J4 !■ a J*_J A \
A LARGE 8H1PM ENT OF
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Copper River and
Effective November 1, 1920.
TRAIN LEAVES Cordova for Chitina
Monday and Thursday.
Chitina for Kennecott Tuesday, Friday
Kennecott for Chitina Monday, Wed
nesday and Saturday.
Chitina for Cordova Tuesday and
THIS SCHEDULE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
Freight received and delivered at Cordova Wharf from
9 a. in. to 6 p. m., except Sundays
Tickets on sale at Second Street Depot Office one hour
before departure of trains.
CALEB CORSER. Superintendent MARK McALLEN, Ticket Agent
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