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VOL. IV.. NO. 583. JU^EiVUo ALASKA, MONDAY- pCT.6w10jj4.mi,n?l ? iahum' >?UO ho* lolHM /t>lfiRVfi/.T$N CENTS'
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RUSSIA SAYS GERMANY IS BADLY DEFEATED IN EAST
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Germany Claims Successes East And West
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ALLIES' LEFT SWEEPING GERMANS BACKWARD
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ALLIES
WINNING
ON LEET
PARIS, Oct. 5 Dis
patches received late to
night from Allies' field
headquarters say that
the Allies' left this af
ternoon resumed a tre
menous offensive move
ment that is sweeping
the German right back
ward from position at
ter position.
Pushing forward, the
Allies secured control
of the highlands both
to the north and south
along the Allies' left.
END FAR OFF.
?-s?
London. Oct. 5. ? The third
week of the Battle of the Aisne
which begun today finds the Al
lies' forces many miles farther
advanced on both the left and
right wings. especialv the form
er. than they were when the bat
tle started, though, it is admit
ted. there is no indication point
ing to an early termination of
the conflict.
i
LEFT FAR ADVANCED.
London. Oct. 5. ? The fact
that there is fighting in and
around the town of Poiki. mid
way between Rrras and Vlaenci-'
ennes, this evening and that the
railroad to Mons has been taken,
all show how surely the Allies in
Northern France have pushed
their forward movement which
they hope will envelop Gen. von
Kluck, commander of the Ger
man righ in a net of steel.
FRENCH ADMIT
A SLIGHT LOSS
.
Paris. Oct. 5.?The Mar Office
announced this afternoon:
"On our left, north of the Riv
er Oise. the battle continues
with great violence. The result
has been indecisive, though we
have been obliged to yield cer
tain points.
? ?? + ???? + + + ??> + ? +
+ +
+ FRENCH PRESIDENT +
? GOES TO THE FRONT *
+ *
? BORDEAUX. Oct. 5? Presi- *
? dent Poincare. accompanied by ?!?
+ his Prime .Minister and .Mini- *
+ ster of War. left for a visit to <?
<? the front this morning. 4?
+ +
+ ????? + ? + ???? + ?> ?> <?
? LEG BROKEN IN SPORT.
-
Jus Lenaus. an employee of the Ta
ku Harbor cannery had his leg broken
last week in a friendly wrestling bout
with a fellow employee. He was
brought to St. Ann's hospital aStur
day and is now resting easily.
MASONIC MEETING.
?+?
Called communication Mt. Juneau
lodge. So. 147, F. & A. M. Odd Fellows*
hall, Monday evening. Oct 5. eight o'
clock. Work in the E. A. degree. Vis
iting brethren cordially invited. By
order W. M. E. D. BEATTIE. Sec.
THE WEATHER TODAY.
Maximum?4S.
Minimum?42.
Rainfall?.90 inch.
Cloudy.
ANTWERP'S
fORTS ALL
IN ACTION
Antwerp. Oct. 5?The War Of-^
lice announced tonight that ev
1 ery fort in the defenses of Ant
werp is still in actionf with the
close of the day.
i, c, it.MA N-ATT AC K
IS REPULSED
?*??
London, Oct. 5. ? A dispatch
to the Central News from Ant
werp today says the Germans
have been repulsed in their at
tack on Antwerp. The Germans
asked for two hours armistice
this morning in which to bury
their dead, but it was refused
by the Belgians.
The Allies have destroyed all
the bridges across the River
Net he. and have apparently
made it impossible for the Ger
mans to cross it.
The German losses in the at
tacks have been enormous.
BRITISH AID AT ANTWERP.
?+?
Antwerp, Oct. 5.?British field
artillery and Belgian infantry
are entrenched on the bank of
the Net he river opposite the
main German forces whose re
peated efforts to cross the river
have been smothered by the ar
tillery-of the Allies.
t v ?> <? ?> ?> <? ? ?> +
? *
?> POPE URGES FRANCIS ?
? JOSEPH TOWARD PEACE +
?> ___ . ^
> ROMK. Oct. 5.?Pope Bene- ?>
? diet today addressed an auto- +
graph letter to Fmperor Fran- *>
cis Joseph, of Austria, urging +
?> that he use all his influence to ?>
? shorten the war as much as
? possible. This is Francis 4*
? Joseph's name day. hence the +
? letter.
HIGH SCHOOL TO
DISCUSS ATHLETICS
A mooting of the high school boys
has been called for Tuesday afternoon,
at 3:15 o'clock by Superintendent Hen
derson. for the purpose of discussing
the question of athletics for the com
ing year.
Miss Willson will meet with the
girls at the same time in order to
formulate plans for girls' athletics.
O ? ??
MRS. STEWART ENTERTAINS
FOR MESDAMES BRADLEY.
.Mrs. Benjamin Duanne Stewart gave
a very beautiful tea last last Satur
day afternoon at her home in honor
of Mrs. F. W. Bradley and Mrs. P.
R. Bradley. Those assisting were Mrs.
Angus Macka.v. Mrs. P. J. Mnhone,
Mrs. H. C. DeVlghne. Mrs. J. H. Cobb.
Mrs. Frank Metcalf and Mrs. Allen
Shattuck. Mrs. Charles E. Davidson
and Mrs. J. A. Hellenthal poured and
the Misses Susanne, Anne and Rose
McLaughlin served. Little Miss Vir
ginia Shattuck attended the door.
The house was beautifully decorat
ed with red and green In Alaska col
ors and with sinilax and asters.
PRESBYTERIAN MISSION
COMMITTEE TO CLOSE
The meetiugs of the Presbyterian
home mission committee which have
been in progress at Juneau since last
Thursday will close with the meeting
tomorrow night. There have boen
meetings today and there will be a
session tonight.
Rev. Beck Succeeds Rev. Waggoner.
Rev. George J. Beck, who is in Ju
neau. will succeed Rev. David Wag
goner in the work at Kake and other
settlements. The latter took - charge
of the Juneau and Douglas native mis
sion work yesterday. This gives Rev.
Beck charge of tho little boat Lotus.
GLACIER
COMES TO
LITE AGAIN
Word was brought to Juneau today
that the dead glacier at Taku Inlet
lias come to life, and that millions of
tons of ice, discharged from it, lie
along the water's edge to bo floated
away with the first hlg tides.
Capt. George Itecicich, of the Ta
ku Harbor cannery tender Mitchell,
says that when he was in the inlet a
week ago the old glacier was sudden
ly convulsed from above and a great
break occurred about two miles back.
The huge mass began a tremendous
movement toward the waterfront. A
portion of the moving ice was stopped
on the plain that had been left baro
by the recession of the glacier's face,
but a very large part of it kept com
ing, and is even now resting on the
beach.
Capt. Recicich says that there was [
a terrific roar and- atmospheric dis
turbance when the break came.
There are two glaciers at Taku in- j
let. One of them is alive, but the j
other has been classified as "dead"by|
scientists.
PRESIDENT OBSERVES
PEACE PRAYER DAY
WASHINGTON. Oct. 5.?President
Woodrow Wilson and Col. George
Harvey, editor of the North American
Review, celebrated peaco Sunday yes
terday at a harmony meeting at the
White House. ?
Whole Nation Obcsrves Day.
Peace prayer services were held j
throughout the Nation yesterday, and 1
the attendance in all the large cities
was immense.
Juneau In Line.
Services of prayers for peace were
held in all the Gastine&u channel cit
ies yesterday, and tlt'c attendance was
considerably larger than at the usual
Sunday services.
JACKLING PARTY HAD
SUCCESSFUL HUNT
General Manager B. L. Thane of the |
Alaska Gastineau Mining company and I
other Juneau members of the Col. D.
C. Jackling hunting party returned
lust night on the Grubst&uko II. Col.
Jackling and party were transferred
to the fishing hoat San Juan and head
ed for Petersburg where they expect
to catch the southbouud- Jefferson.
The party had a very successful hunt
and a good time covering the territory
adjacent to Stimdum. \
The party consisted of Col. Jock
ling, his secretary, H. B. Tooker, and
manager of mills, F. G. Janney, and
B. L. Thane and W. S. Bay less of Ju
neau, and B. Mitchell, ?. V. Daveler
and C. K. Bruff of Thane.
JUNEAU MUSICAL CLUB
MEETS TUESDAY NIGHT
The Juneau Musical Club will meet
tomorrow evening and commonce the
winter's work. Hereafter the club will
meet Tuesday evening of each week
for practice. Willis E. Nowell. who
is director of the Juneau Ladies' Mu
sical Club, is also the director of this
organization.
JUNEAU'S POSTOFFICE
OPEN FOR BUSINESS
? -J-?
Postmaster Earlo R. Hunter and as
sistants are doing business in the new
postofllce begining with today. This
morning a lnrge crowd was present
J with their keys from the old institu
| tion seeking assignments for now box
| es, and there has been a constant
stream of people throughout tho day
| either for business or to inspect the
| new home of the postolllce.
FRENCH CAPTURE
LOUVAIN'S DESTROYER
LONDON, Oct. 5.?According to dis
patches front Paris to the'Express
Major von Manteuffol, the German of
ficer who is alleged t;o responsible for
the destruction of Louvain, is a pris
oner In the hands of the" French.
Kabler Cigar Factory. Phone 113.
GERMANS
WINNING AT
BOTH ENDS
BERLIN, Oct. 5 It
is officially stated that
The situation in the east
and west war centers
is daily becoming more
favorable to the Ger
mans. The statement
was not accompanied
with details.
GERMANS CIAIM
CAPTURE OF FORTS
Rerlin, Oct. 5.?An official re-'
port from the German army ?
headquarters this morning says
that in the siege .of Antwerp,
the forts of Lierre, W'aelhem and.
Konigshoycht and the interme
diate redoubts have been cap
tured.
It is said that .30 guns were
taken with them.
CLAIM REPEATED.
Rerlin, Oct. 5. ? An official
statement issued at noon today
says: <
"Our troops have taken the
outer forts of Antwerp."
_
GERMANS CLAIM
VICTORY IN EAST
? ? ; .
Rerlin. Oct. ?Siberian parts
of the 22d Russian army corps,
crossing the Nieman river, were
defeated after a battle which
lasted for two whole days.
The Germans captured 2,000,
unwounded prisoners.
GERMANS CLAIM INDICISIVE VIC-1
TORIES.
BERLIN, Oct. 5.?While an official
statement given out by the War Office
yesterday claimed German gains herc^
and there, there was an admission
that there had been no decisive vic
tories reached at any place.
It was stated that there had been j
severe fighting both in the western
and eastern theatres of war, and that1
the loss of life had been great at both |
places.
It was stated that terrific fighting'
and terrible loss of life continued all
day Sunday. ?
DRIVING WEDGES IN FRENCH
LINE.
BERLIN. Oct. 5.?The War Office
issued a statement last night which
said:
"The Germans are driving wedges
Into the French line In Northern
France.
"The German artillery is breaking
through the outlying chain of Ant
werp's fortifications. ... _ J
"The German artillery Is reducing'
the last line of the French Jfdrtiflcid-i
tions along the Meuse river."
AUSTRIA SAYS ATTACK FAILS-;
BERLIN. Oct. 5.?Reports . received
yesterday from Vienna say that the
Russian attack under Gen, Russky'en
the Austrian and German aHthy along
the Donajec river in Galicia hns fniled
to break the defense of the latter forc
es.
PR2EMSYL FORT .H.OLDS OUT.
VIENNA, Oct 4. Via Berlin, Oct. 5.
?The fprts of Przcmsyl are continu
ing to hold out vigorously resisting
the Russian selge.
DOLPHIN LEFT SATURDAY NIOHT."
SEATTLE. Oct. 5. ? The Dobbin
loft here last Saturday night for' me-'
North with the following passengers:
For Juneau?Camnmo Nliuplll; C. .B,
Mcl^onnou/ Wl il.LotL Frank wmgWa
Nick Dobejinwold.'Til\io Vlzetti; for
Douglas?John, R00(3fe and wife, four
steerage.
AB "
AMERICAN
TROOPER
ISWLLED
NAC'O, Ariz.! ,Oct. fur-Private Nel
son, of Troop.G, Tenth United States
cavalry,, was shot yesterday while COO
yards inside o? tile National boundary
by a stray bullet from the HIU-May
torena ibattle; that is In progress utl
Naco. Mo*., just across the boundary
from this place.
Villa-Carranza Conference Oct. 10. |
MUX ICO CITY, Oct. !>.?The Chain-!
Ixyr of Deputies . have , provided for a'
[ mooting of Gen. Carranza and Gen. |
Villa at'Auguus Calientos October 10.,
REFUSE TO ACCEPT
.. CARRANZA'S RESIGNATION
MEXICO CITY, Oct. 5.~Geh. Car
ranza ihns tendered his resignation to
the conference of the leadors of South
ern Mexico. Tho 'loaders rofusod to
accept tho resignation, and yesterday |
morning ho was reinstated as their!
chief: ? "
CONGRESS TO ADJOURN
UNTIL DECEMBER
. .
WASHINGTON Oct. 5. ?
President Wopdrow Wilson told
c;illers today that ho does not
contemplate that the extra ses
sion of Congress will be contin
ued in November. He says that
the antitrust bill, the war tax1
bill and the Alaska coal lands!
leasing bill;would complete the;
work of the present session.
CHINESE WAR CLAIMS
ANOTHER VICTIM
??
SKATTIX, Oct.' T?.?The ilcnd body i
of Oiling (low, supposed to bo die mur
derer of Kong,; (be .chief witness
against Immigration Inspector Tape,
wild was recently dismissed from the
United tSntos service, was found last
hight 'suspended by a cord. His
band grasped n note Maying that
?'China Dim,"' another suspect, is in
nocfent. The anthofitles suspect that
filing (low whs murdered.
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* BURNSIDE COMING TO ?
OVERHAUL CABLE *
:? sEATTLK,' Oct. 5.'? The. Unit- ?
.* ed States cablqshij) Uijrnside ?
?:? this .yiorning sailed for Ketchi- ?>
kaii to overhaul the United ?
? Slates military quble between i
t hat place and Valdcz. ?,
<? *
?> ?> ?j> ?;? >!? 4- 4* ?>
REPUBLICANS NAME TACOMA
MAN FOR CHAIRMAN
,, SfyVrn;E.,QcL 6.?The Hepublican
^jfcitraj L'qnnnitjo'o selected M.
IJT. Ijjartgoh, pf ^Tajcomg, tt> be chairman
of their State Central committee at j
the me^ljy h^hl^ete Stjfuydny.
GERMANY STILL TALKING
| OF-SECURING PEACE
I j ?The German chan
cellor is" repoAed to have had a long
j interview, <>ftlh,^nerlcan Ambassador"
i James. AVL_Gemrii. In Rerlin, concern
ing peace conditions.
'MRS. B, B. QJLMAN TO
UNDERGO OPERATION
: Mik R lb oilman,'wlfb of the chleli
accountant'In tli6 atlditlrig department
of the( LVhiska Bufitineim UlininR com-;
pany, will undcraa. lull operation today
In St. Ann's hopp^a!, fQR appendicitis.;
This ?^illl)bfl t.hq .tjrpt .surgical opera
tion to. \k> performed in, the now , hos
pital 'building^* Dr.. I- 0. Slqano js In
cfidrge 'of the enhb' 'aiitT WW perform
Ui&4 operation. AUy?. Oilman, accom-j
? pimledt Hb^ ihoW tnunbnnd, enme to Ju
imapifrom Thane yesterday.
Mrs. 'oilman's mother, Mrs. \V. A.!
Allen, wife.of a prominent dentist o?
Mftntajp^.^rjived on the Jefferson yes^
nCHitfty-t6 .Tidit with her daughter and'
will remain here at the Hotel Cain
until Mrs. Gilman is able to return toi
her homo at Thane.
RUSSIA
| HITTING
I HUNGARY
Tendon, Oct. 5. ? A French
dispatch from Rome, speaking
of the Russian invasion of Hun
! wary says:"
"Having captured all the Car
pathian passes, the iRussiartsi
have commenced the invasion of
Hungary. tiluici'i ,:f
"Advancing to the south, they?
occupied Hosszuma. The Cos
sacks effected a daring coup,
crossed the river and cut the
railway at Cziget, thus isolating
the remainder of Hungary.?
BULGARIA AND
TllRKEY AGREE |
Rome, Oct. 5.?Bulgaria^ ac-j
cording to a Vienna dispatch to
Giornal D'ltalia, have concluded
an agreement whereby they will,
attack Roumania if Roumania
abandons neautrality. The;
agreement provides for large
Territorial acquisitions for Bul
garia and Turkey at the expense
of Roumania and Servia.
PORTUGAL GOING
INTO THE WAR
? ? ? i. ' i- / *<i!
Berlin, Oct. 5. ? An official
statement given out today says:
"British ships have arrived at
Lisbon and are probably destined
to transport Portuguese troops
to France.
"Portugal's co-operation in
the war is imminent. The mo
bilization of her troops, it is be
lieved. was ordered by the'Brit
ish government. ? i! :"???.!
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* +
? INNSBRUCK MAY BE ?'* " *
? AUSTRIA'S CAPITAL
.;. ?
? ROME, .Oct. 5.?.News from *
Vienna says that if It shall'he +
decided to removo tho capital -4*
of Austria froru. Vienna that +
Jnnsbruck, in the province of
? Tyrol Will probably1 Wfcbmfe 'the d*
? seat of government. . d<
? Innsbruck is a little, city Of d*
+ approximately .'{0,000 people io- +
1/. cated CO miles south of "Mtitoich <?
+ lu Gormany and 125 miles north ?> ;
? of Venice in Italy. *!
? ? . *
4* <? ?> 4* ?;? <? f f * n- t T i
IRELAND TO FURNISH , [J
200,000 BY CHRISTMAS
I' -1:1 :
DUBLIN, Oct. 5?1There are 26,000
recruits from South Ireland in the ar
my that is fighting in Northern France,
j There are 175,000 more Irish troops
preparing for the war, and they will
j all be in the army byiGhristmnS.tinao.
CHICAGO COURT FORFEITS
JACK JOHNSON'S BOND
i -f ill I 't'li li/iw fi
CHICAGO, Oct. 5.?The appeal bopd
! of Jack Johnson, tlje prize, fighter, who
appealed from a conviction under the'
Mann white slave act,' 'was declared
forfeited today. 'iiiM -.ml ;;ni
_ ? t ^ - _
EARTHQUAKE KILLS
'2500 IN AsTA' MINOR!
|j u oil . ??;,()I '.Ri-eM m?.
CONSTANTINOPLE Qcty r?lT-iT\ycn
ty-five hundred \vere .killed In the
i iowns of Burdiir and Isdarat'a, 'Xfcia
Minor, by an' oarthfillakA'i Satudray
night that paicticnly destroyed,; tbo
towns.
, ?
KING CHARLES TO TURN
THRONE TO FERDINAND
PARIS. Oct. 5,?:The Tepipju, Gepeya
correspondent wires that the reports
from Bucharest :df the 111 hehlfh of
King Charles of Roumanian arb merely
preparatory .for the announcement.^
his abdication in favor of Pripce For
Jdina'nd.'1" i<f ??-nU
RUSSIANS
CLAIM BIG
VICTORIES
. v>rm -'?i< I 'iii'll r.t )i li
' PETROGRAD, Oct. 5
The close of a tett;
day's battle that has ex
tended along the East
Prussia;[front to the
Nieman riyer, finds the
Germans / driven baekj -
along the entire' line/
with severe losses. "
BATTLE OF AUGUSTOWO
' ' WAS DECISIVE'1
.?"?:?i?i <?!'*?'-f '<1 hint .*iii// ho
Petrngrad, Oct. 5. >i? An ofrU'1
cial commuhlcatiori ^iven'io tHer"'
papers by the general staff Says
that the Battle OT.'At^^ltoVr9lliliJO
the province of Suwalki ended
in a complete victory for Rus
sian arms. The G^rinan defeat
was a rout, and their army tost
its artillery and supply trains,
besides suffering great loss' at
the hands of pursuing Cossacks.
? rjf|| If /1
"l-ut ai
ORDERS FURTHER
r, M /. fi; MOBILIZATION
?
Petrograd, Oct. 5.?Before his
departure for the front,,t^,?^r
signed an ukase calling out the ^
reserves and ordering theipobil
ization o fthc mounted trpops^,,
Eastern provinces; and, also,, the.,
territorials were ordered mobil
i/ed.; </, ? :i rt? ?*? lair: I art! hiui
? i ? ? ?: ,-l |>,|,rrsl
RUSSIA CLAIMS
SUCCESS AFTER sOc'CE&S '
??? . .ill
PETROGRAO, Oct. 5,~Llcut.. Geru' 5
Yanushke'vlch, ch(et of^the,; Russian j
general staff summed up the condi
tions in the eastern theatre of vWr,"'i
fcaylng:1 ?? I ::-,vh ui. bu^ov
"The right yrlng ,of our a<;tj)(? ,a,rmy,/,
has crushed the German offensive op
erations In Suwi/fkl' pVovl'nce,' a'nd' vye'"'
are again on Prussian sofblJ, 'liJiiinla
"The left wing has ,so dl,rp|o|sh,ed
the Austrian army ,Jh^t heavy Ger
man reinforcements we'fe* hecesiirjV'f
and more than a dozen Gernjan.ai'nxyi! I
corps now hold the lines .pefora Cfa- (
cow, the key to the great battVe tnat'
Is In progress there. : '
"Our center has been moving stoarii^
lly forward, expelling Germa^,ffpm[(f
Russian Poland.
"Czar Nicholas left for the'1 ffbnf
Saturday to be present nnd.;>#ltnees{l
the complete success of hi? ^ymy,[and
to aid Grand Duke Nicholas In the
operations which we confldenHy^''ey?'?'i
pect will demonstrate tho utter, pupecvl
v lority of , the, Russian, army .over .tl^o tj
j combined forces of Germany and 'Aus
tria In what has been the greatest''!
i military undertaking: fit the aM-wrft<n\
1 * ? n/:')
RUSSIA TRIfcS IU
OPEN ROAD Td BEftLIN;)
'til {11; >11' "(({J. ;iq;, trf
PETROGRAD. Oct. 5.?It wa^.stat
ed yesterday that there was no at-"
tempt to disguise thh 'fact thatf-the
general staff Is. bent:?n.,th/! <dPllvWJM
by Russia of p blow at ,Cracow whjch
will throw the roadway to dirllnWldi"
Apen; 1 '??''! .'?tU bOVOTJ
. The line of battlo.extends fqom
Carpathian ;mouhtalns to the Nleman
river.
Russia has, It Js claimed.''1,000,000 I
men engaged-ij Thpy: pre dlstTlbu^^ <
along this lonp line. . . . ,
It Is estimated fha't the German^'
have In' \th6 ''irmyi which! behtera-iafcij
Gracqw, 500,0Q0 men, and^thp^f'tt^j')
has nearly as many, as the Germans.
More than half oV tHem'are tJWjfaged
in fhe active ?ght)ng.'jtii->(| )rii;ob on
.v:? ,*.ifu lo r/?ni/(i fr.oo
LOSS IN NAVAL ? . ,.r
' 1 ' '' TRAG^dY: ^,376
LONDON, Oct. 5.?The. AdrairaJty,
publics,..a ;llst.,pftjl7^8; qtflftaflp.jivnd.
jailors repelled softer,the crqlsers Abo-,
lifcif. Crcsky arid Hogue' Vert* stfrffe'T
Tho total of sorvivoESJIs fflvrinkfcSaOe?"
According .to thq Invest nssigpp^ljflt^
th,c three ships, carried 2,217 officers (
and nen, malting a total'lorit' Of tij37fc"'
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