TRAILS TO BE
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cier. While this trail will probably be
used mainly by sportsmen and pleas
ure seekers, it will also serve the
prospector and holders of the various
coper claims in the region. To further
the recreational development of this
section, the Forest Service will lay
out a number of Summer home sites
along the route of the Eyak Lake road
and Power Creek trail. Also, a pub
lic camp ground has been selected and
as soon as funds are available will be
cleared and provided with tables,
benches, fire place, and other conven
A number of citizens of Cordova
have requested the construction of
a scenic trail to Mt. Eyak. The For
est Service will locate a route for such
a trail as soon as climatic conditions
will permit and make an estimate of
the cost. An effort will then be made
to have the City of Cordova co-oper
ate to the extent of furnishing a small
part of the cost of construction, with
a view of constructing the trail this
coming field season.
A trail program for the Kenai
Peninsula is being worked up and
construction of some projects in that
region will begin this coming sea
WHILE FLYING KITE
SIOUX CITY.. la-, April 14.—Dursy
Rockwood, a boy of eleven years, was
electrocuted yesterday while flying a
kite in the outskirts of the town. The
accident occurred when a thin wire
attached to the kite contacted with a
high-power electric line as the kite
■was falling to earth. The boy at
tempted to pick it up and received the
full force of the wire’s voltage.
ATTENTION K. P’S.
Special meeting Saturday evening at
7:30 p. m. Conferring of Ranks.
12-3t ED. WALSH, K. R. S.
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CHURCH OF ST. JOSEPH
Second Sunday After Easter
Mass and Communion at 8:30 a. m.
Mass and Benediction at 10:30 a. m.
Wednesday, Feast of the Patronage
of St. Joseph—Mass will be at 8 a. m.
Win. McMILLAN, S. j., Rector.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE NOTICE
Services will be held in Masonic
Hall, Sunday April 15, at 11 a. m.
Subject: “Are Sin, Disease, and
Sunday school convenes at 12:15
A reading room is open in Masonic
Hall every Wednesday from 2 to 5
and 7 to 8 . The public is cordially in
vited to attend cur services and visit
our reading room.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH NOTES
Rev. R. S. Nickerson, Minister
The Sunday School lessons are
on the Old Testament heroes during
the coming quarter and are full of
interest. The school meets each
Sunday at 11 o’clock. All are in
The evening service ■will be at
8 o’clock and the theme of the mes
sage will be “Not ashamed of the
gospel of Christ.”
Another art glass window was
ordered for the church that will be
an addition greatly appreciated. It
is hoped that other windows may be
secured so that all of the windows
will be in harmony.
There will be a special communica
tion of Mt. McKinley lodge, No. 183,
F. & A. M„ on Monday evening at 8
o’clock. Work in M. M. degree.
14-2t. H. W. ACHISON, Secy.
SOVIETS GIVE PERMIT TO
NORWEGIAN SEAL HUNTERS
MOSCOW, April 14.—The Russian
Government has ratified an agree
ment with the Norwegian firm of
Wing & Company whereby the firm
will be permitted to hunt seal and
walrus in Northern waters.
A man in New Orleans was injured
when a barrel cf wine slipped off a
truck onto him, which emphasizes the
arguments of the advocates of light
Dance at Empress Cabaret tonight.
Four-piece orchestra. Admission,
Frank Millard, E. S. Drill and N. W.
McGraham come over from Valdez
this morning on the Admiral Evans.
F. R. Davidson and family, of Poca
tello, Idaho, arrived here on the Ala
meda and will make Cordova their
The steampship Alameda, is due
here, southbound, on Monday evening
and will fake on a full cargo of
copper ore while in pert.
Col. J. G. Steese, chairman of the
Alaskan Engineering Commission,
will be a passenger on the Alameda
from Anchorage to Juneau on a
short business trip.
At a meeting of the Cordova Fire
Department, held Thursday night,
Harry Nettleton was elected chief;
James Hawthorne, assistant, and Fred
The steamer Admiral Evans arrived
from the westward this morning. Pas
sengers leaving here were Wm. Barr
sten and M. Barrsten for Petersburg;
Clyde Hepson and Marie Mijia for Ju
An attractive electric sign has
been placed in front of the entrance
to the Athletic Club hall, containing
the words, “Dancing tonight” which
will be lighted whenever a social
affair is being held.
Come and bring all your friends to
the big dance to be given by the Cor
dova Athletic Club in their hall this
evening in honor of the teams of bas
ketball players. Everyone cordially in
vited. Admission free. Don’t over
look our fruit punch.
The Allowing'scores were made last
night by»;.he Cordova Rifle Club: T.
N. Hubbert, 168; Chas. Foyston, 166;
J. B. Ferrell, 162; Fred Schiller, 160;
j Bill Shipman, 150; V. G. Vance, 139; i
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Victor Marshall, 97; Donald Foster,
You don't want to miss the big time
dance given by the Cordova Athletic
Club this evening. There’ll be swell
music, fine floor and a jolly crowd.
This dance is given in honor of the
Club’s teams of basketball players and
everyone is invited to come and share
in the good time. There will be no
Last night the members of the
Northland Club entertained at one of
the most enjoyable dances given at
the club room. There was a large
turnout of young folk and a dainty
lunch was served after the dance
program. The patronesses wore
Mrs. Thos. S. Scott, Mrs. K. G.
Robinson and Mrs. .1. B. Sapiro
About twenty-five attended the
business men’s luncheon at the
Model Cafe today. Th? speaker of
the day was Assistant District At
torney McCain, who discussed briefly
some national and international prob
lems, and closed by suggestion that
the commercial bodies of Alaska
should do what they could to prevail
upon President Harding to visit Lhe
Territory this Summer.
Los Angeles 1, Vernon 0.
Oakland 1, San Graneisco fi.
Salt Lake 3, Portland 6.
SEATTLE, April 14—The Seattle
Sacramento game ended in a score
of 5 to 4 yesterday in favor of the
Bees, after a tie which was broken
in the ninth inning by Sehang, scor
ing on Hemingway’s bunt, a contest
in which “Lefty” Paul Fittery out
pitched and outplayed “Lefty” Van
Gregg. Fittery figured in a hair
raising play when he covered first
in time to retire Johnson, who had
hit to Mollwitz, the Sacramento
first-sacker, who juggled the ball.
Batteries: Fittery and Koehler;
Sehang, Dash, Gregg; and Yaryan
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