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CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.-S.CCoastServic?
Sail in; from Jaccau for Port Simpocc.. rriaee rtuprrt. Swtnron. Airnrt Bay. Vancouver Vktor? ami Seattle 3 Orphrum BaUdhs C. P. R. TICKET OFFICE J- T. SPICKSr!-. Agt H-:- :? X-t-r l-I ?! -r-X-K-H-H-r-f-H-H-H ALASKA J STEAMSHIP COMPANY | S*rvW. Tickets tc Scsttic. Trton a. VictorU and V*nioUY?r. Through I rWkcts to San Fianciaoo ? * JEFFERSON North Nov. 23 Southbound Nov. 24 .. MARIPOSA North Nov. 27 Southbound Dec. 3 "' II ALAMEDA. * North Nov. 19 Southbound Dec. 26 ? ;; WILLIS E NOWELL. Juneau AgL Elmer ?. Smith Douglas Agt. l[ ?. . I.LJ.L.I 1,1 X I .a.t..*. t .1. r.; Ill i I dM I H-M-M-H-M-M-M HUMBOLDT STEAMSHIP CO. The Aluk* tTyer ?, S, HUMBOLDT Tb? ALvnka Klyor LEAVING JUNEAU NORTHBOUND NOVEMBER 27 LEAVING JUNEAU, SOUTHBOUND NOVEMBER 28 DOCKS AT JUNCAU CITY WHARF PETTIT <& HARVEY, Aflenta. Cheney Block, Juneau Seattle Office?716 8econcf Avenue '? a I 11 i 1 Ct 1* P AlWn Shattuck. - Ajrcnt Northland Steamship Co. REGULAR FAST SERVICE UETWEEN _,EATrLE AND JUNEAU AL-KI, Southbound . . . Nov. 19 'FARES TO SEATTLE: .'irst $19. Second Cia&3 S12 ^*?*1 ?yi i m i i 11 iww n I Pacific Alaska Navigation Company I ALASKA PACIFIC STEAM SHIP CO. | Poget Sound-California Route ' I ScatUo-San Francisco. cca-jii 5 necting with S.S. Vale and\" i 3.S. Harvard for Southern I P?H/nrnl? Ports. ALASKA COAST CO. Puget Sound-Alaska Route, I from Tacoma and Seattle foc \ Ketchikan, Petersburg. Ju icau, Yakutat, Katalla, Cor dova. Valdez, Ellamar, Port Wells, 1-aTouche. Soward, Cook Inlet points and Kodlak. ADMIRAL EVANS, Southbound NOVEMBER 28 S. S. BERTHA sails from Seattle Nov. 25. Freight and explosives only. Right reserved to change sailing d.ttes without notice Geo. J. McCarthy, A;;t. H. R. Shepard & Son, City Ticket Agent* 1 t t . T .. T T..T..T i t ? ; M I I i 1 II M-? | The White Pass S Yukon Route :: ? THE ROUTE OF COMFORT, SPEED, SERVICE, SAFETY ~ y Through tiekots to and from Uawson, Fairbanks, all Interior Alaska and Yukon River points - ? f Duriiu: reason <>f navirttioii our lleoc of morions, up-to-date steamers will operate mrularly * " T the entire lensth of Yukon River and tributaries. snvin?r a sorrier never before equalled. " ' ? Our daltr train service between Skajruay and White Horse has been Unproved by the addition * * j OF MODERN PARLOR OBSERVATION CARS T which are splendidly equipped with comfortable leather chairs, writing: desks, card tables. ., T dressing rooms, etc.. siTordimr travelers au opportunity to view the famous White Pass .. T scenery in ease and comfort. For full information apply to . . T J. E. DEMPSEY. Traffic Manager - SKAGUAY, ALASKA ! I 1 I I I I 1 1 1 1 I- I"i"I I I-I-H-K I ?! ?H"l"l"Iiil ?! I"!11.-l -I 'I-I I-H-H-I-M-M-i t for Seattle, Prince Rupert t | Ketchikan, Wrangell and / | Petersburg. I i City of Seattle, Nov. 12; $ Nov. 22; and Dec. 2. For Skagway and Haines ? City of Seattle, Nov. 11; ^ Nov. 21; and Dec. 1. connects at Skagway for 7 Dawson and ail Yukon f River points. % 0 _ OONNECra AT SeATTt,B FOR d 3 SAN fRANUSCO, LOS ANGELES, SAN DIEGO and all California Points I t LOW PATES ^ cvorywbcre in United SUUe and Canada V 1 T SffiVICE f z U- BRAN DT. G. A. K D? SEATTLE. WAS:I. S. H. EWIN'C IrTOT <? f .R'.G ?.* * _ RG pE RV BP, TO CHANGE SCHEDioEs f FINE POULTRY Full lin? frtoh and carwl mcata-CovemnKOt Inspected. Try our Wild Kayo Iju-1 Frye-Bruhn Market I H. L. FAULKNER and f 0 S. H. MILLWEE, t 1 LAWYERS ? ; J Notary Public ? < ? 2W-3CG Seward BuQillns Juneau. AU&a J ? f == tj A. H. HUMPHERIES ' GENERAL TRANSFER Heavy Hauling a Specialty Phones?Office 253, Barns 225 Office, Valcrtlno Bldg. ?! 11111:1111111::: i: 11111111; I The Grotto | - Saloon and Liquor Store 1 . I LaVELLE & BROPHY 4 'Proprietor* T Front St t :: JUNEAU i 4H-I-K i i i t I M i-i-fi-T i"i"r r i n., i Try a Mecca "Smooth as Silk** Po bit's Blue Ribbon 3??r On Draught < AI THE MECCA 42 I'HONT 8T. CONWAY & SECREST ?I H t'i 1 I I I I I H K-frfrfrWn'-W-K' ? ; A. Benson sb^s ii Stand at WilU" Crocenr Store - PhontB ?crUd <? ORDERS PROMPTLY EXECUTED j SiniiHiimnnmniiM JUNEAU FERRY & NAV. CO. Summer Schedule In Effect June 22, 1914. Leave Juneau for Douglas, Treadwell and Thane. 6:00 A. M. 1:00 P. W 6:30 P. M. 8:00 A M. '3:00 P. M. *S:00 P. M. ?9:00 A. M. "4:00 P. M. 9:30 P. M. 11:00 A. M. 5:00 P. M. 11:00 P. M. Saturday Night Only?12:00 P. 5L Trips marked (?) do not call at Thane, -cave Douglas for Treadwell and Thane 6:10 A. M. 1:10 P. M. 6:40 P. M. 8:10 A. M. *3:15 P. M. *8:15 P. M. ?9:10 A. M. *4:15 P. M. 9;40 P. M. 11:10 A.M. 5:10 P.M. 11:15 P.M. Saturday Night Only?*12:20 A. M. Trips marked (*) do not call at Thane. Leave Thane for Treadwell, Douglas 8:15 A.M. 1:15 P.M. 6:45 PM. 11:15 A. M. 9:45 P. M. 11:15 A. M. 4:20 P. M. 9:45 P. M. 5:15 P. M. 11:20 P. M. Saturday Night Only?12:20 A. M. (? Does not call at Treadwell on return) Leavo Treadwell for Thano and Juneau. 6:25 A M. 1:25 P. M. 9:65 P. M. 8:25 A M. 5:25 P. M. 11:30 P. M. 11:25 AM. 6:55P.M. Saturday Night Only?12:30 a. M. Leave Treadwell for Douglas and Ju neau. 6:35 A M. 1:35 P. M. 8:20 P. M. S:35 A. M. 3:20 P. M. 10:05 P. M. 1 9:15 A.M. 4:20 P.M. 11:20 P.M.' 11:35 A.M. 7:05 P.M. i Saturday Night Only?12:20 A. M. i Leave Douglas for Juneau: 5:40 AM. 1:40 P.M. 7:10 P.M. 8:40 A. M. 3:30 P. M. 8:30 P. M. 9:20 A. M. 4:30 P. M. 10:10 P. M. 1 11:40 A. M. 5:35 P. M. 21:40 P. M. ' Saturday Night Only?32:40 A. M. 1 I*/4rmoursl\ "STAR For a | Delicious S Break- S Dinner -J or | Supper 1 1 and BACON*too | "SWEET AS A NUT" I , Of THE WAR AS ST IS gence department of tie British gen oral .staff, bearing the date of Octo lu force vigorously all along our line. on our lines was ropulsed with loss we woro driven from aomo ground close by to the North, but regained it by a counter attack. "Still further to tho north, tho Gor mans gained and rotalned some points. Their causalties to tho southeast of Armertorics were estimated at more "On tho north of the Lys, in our conter, a fiercely contested action took place near La Ghler, which vil lage was captured In the morning by the enemy and then retaken by us. In this direction tho Gorman casual ties also wore extremely heavy. Tribute To German Valor. "Thoy came on with the greatest bravery in swarms, only to be swept away by our fire. One battalion of their 104th regiment was practically wiped out, some 400 dead being pick ed up by us in our lines nlone. "Incidentally, by our counter at tack we took 130 prisoners, and re leased some 40 of our men who had been captured. It Is agreeable to rec ord that our men wore very woll treated by their captors, who were Saxons, being placed in cellars for protection from the bombardment of our own guns. "On our loft our troops advanced against tho Germans' Twonty-Slxth re serve corps near Paaschendoelc, and wore met by a determined counter defensive, which was driven back with local losses. "At ntght the Germans renewed their efforts unsuccessfully in this quarter. At one point they tried a ruso which no longer is now. As they came up In solid line, two deep, they shouted out, "Don't fire; we are the Cold Stream Guards.' Swept By Magazine Fire. "Our men, however, are getting usod to tricks of this kind, and the only re sult was they allowed the enemy to approach quite close before they swept them down with magazine fire. "Apart from the 400 dead found near our lines In the center, our patrols afterward discovered some 300 dead further out In front of our left, killed by our artillery. "Thursday, the 22nd, saw a renewal of the pressure against us. We suc ceeded, however in holding our ground in nearly every quarter. South of the Lys, the enemy attacked from La Basse, and gained at Violainos and at another point, but their efforts against a third village wore repulsed by artillery alone. French and Brit ish guns working together effectively. "The Germans advanced In the ev ening against our center and our left, and were again hurled back, although they gained some of our trcnchos in the latter quarter. By this timo tho enemy had succeeded In bringing up several heavy howitzers, and our cas ualties were considerable. "On Friday, the 23rd, all action south of the Lys. on our right, was confined to that of artillery, soveral of the hostile batteries being silenced. In the center their infantry again endeavored to force their way for ward, and were repulsed only after determined fighting, leaving many dead and several prisoners. North of Lys their attacks on several points wore repulsed. "On our left, tho 23rd was a bad day for the Germans. Advancing in our turnQ we drove them from some of the trenches out of which they bad turned us tho previouB evening, and captured 150 prisoners and released somo of our mon whom thoy had tak en. As the Germans retreated, our guns did great execution. They after ward made five desperate attempts on our trenches, advancing in mans and singing "Die Wacht am Rhine" as they came on. "Each assault easily was beaten back, our troops waiting until tho ene my came within close range belt re they opened fire with rifles and min ims, causing terrible havoc in the ? ol id masses. "During the fighting in this quarter, on the night of the 22nd and 23rd, the Gorman losses again were extreme ly heavy. Wo made over 600 prison ers, and picked up 1,500 dead, killed on the latter day alone. "Much of the slaughter was due to i the point-blank, magnzino fire of our 1 men against the German assaults, ? while our Hold guns and howitzers, i working In perfect combinations, did their share when tho enemy was re pulsed. As they fell hack, they were ; subjected to a shower of shrapnel; when they sought shelter in villages or "buildings they were shattered and i driven out by highly explosive .shells, ind then again caught by shrapnel a? they came into tho open. Raw Troops Bravory Unavailing. "The troops to ouffer so severely mere mostly of tho Twenty-third corps, one of their new formations. Certain ly tho way their advance wan. conduct ed showed lack of training and faults n leading which this almost superhu man bravery of tho soldiers could not so counterbalanced. "It was a holocaust The spectaclo of these devoted men, chanting a na tional song as thoy marched to cer tain death was inspiring. It was At the same time pitiful, and if any proof be needed that untrained valor ilotie cannot gain the day .in modern war, the advance of the Twenty-third Herman corps on October 23 most as juredly furnished St. Hon on t.h< hostile Infantry, our r.rtil lory in this quarter brought down a Gorman captive baloon. An some ideal target, it* may bo ineatlonod that ono field battery expended 1.S00 round of ammunition during ono day. "On Saturday October -4, .bo agj fined to artillery oxcept at night when the Germane preened on only, to be repulBed. In tho conter near Araon with good effect. Against our left, "C was carried out by a portion of ouri loft wing which advanced, stained some) prisoners. In the center fighting, wan aovere, though generally undecisive in roault, and the troops in come plac es were engaged in hand-to-hand com' bat. Towards evening we captured "Up to the night of October 25, therefore, not only have .we raalntaihod our position agalust a great effort on the part of the enemy to break through to the west or to force us back, but fonslve. These six days, ar may be gathered, liavo boon spont by us In repelling a succession of desperate onslaughts." REPORTS SUCCESS OF THE "TWILIGHT SLEEP" Dr. Jacob Holler of Brooklyn prints in the curront number of the Medical Record the results of his study of 150 cases of "twilight sleep" in child child birht, in which he reaches the conclu sion that the treatment Involves no special dangor to mother or child. Judicious use, with proper precau tions, he says, provos that tho method is capablo of relieving pain in 00 por cent of cases, and is free from any; risk to life or health. "In 122 cases, or 81.3 por cent," the article proceeds, "we succeeded in ob taining complete amuesla, or oblitera tion of memory, and an almost equal degree of analgesia, or insensibility to pain. All that occurred during the time tho patient wan under the influ ence of tho drugs was wiped out of ?van inoiojm uiaosimni ios oav "juoo her memory. In thirtoon, or 8.7 per nesla. Cases That Failed. "In fifteen cases, or in 10 per cont., we failed to obtain any marked re sults. With our present experienco it is quite possible to reduce the number of failures to a smaller figure, but since the sensitiveness of tho nervous system varios in different individuals, as does the susceptibility to drugs, thoro will always be somo casos that will not bo influenced. "Of tho 152 children (two of tho birthu bolng twins) not ono was born still, that is, failed resuscitation. Three of the children died within a short time after birth. Ono died thrto hours after birth: a second died throo days later, and tho third ono apparently from hemorrhage. Wo could obtain no post-mortem- to verify our assump tion and so this death remains doubt fuL "But oven if wo should credit it to 'twilight sleep,' tho child mortality would bo 0.6 of 1 por cent., comparing moro than favorably with the ordi nary mortality of 1.5 por cent. Ono hundred and twenty of the children cried out immediately and spontane ously. "Half an hour after tho first injec tion," Dr. Holler writes concerning tho effect of scopolamln on tho woman, "the patient usually becomes flushed. She is somewhat drowsy and her pains diminish. With the second doso tho sleep deopens. "It is not until after the third in jection that memory is affected. When Memory Lapses. "She thon fails to remember any object previously shown her or the number of injections given, although sho will answer questions quite,readily on anything that does not tax her memory. This state continues until the birth of the child when, she falls. Into a qulot and natural sleep lasting in our patients about threo hours. "She awakens rosted and cheorful, free from any shock or sign of ex haustion. no matter how long tho la bor lasted. Often the patlont asks of tho nurse when she will bo through with hor confinement, and It has been hard to cont'inco her that oho is al ready through without showing hor child to hor. "So easy la tho process that patients seneraly are with difficulty kept In bed and In our cases many wore per mitted to get out on the second or third day." The Empire has more rondel- thfca my other Alaska paper. Look for Juneau Drug Co.'s special an page G. 11-16-tf (WWw^,lAAAiWSA^-Vi.*.V\A6AAAf, [ B. M. Behrends Go. I INCORPORATED Carpet Department ?. Wo make a specialty of cut or- ? tier carpets and have an ox- X pert man to do our work. $ ? Largo stock of rage, Wild's LI- ? * noleum. Window Shades, Wall ^ *? Paper and Curtain Rods. If you < > ? havo an old carpot you want v K made over, phono us and wo ^ ? will send a man out to J*ou Y * an estimate on the job. Our <? prices aro reasonable and all ^ J work guaranteed to givo full v ? satisfaction. X t Wc Like to Show Goods % ? - ?- -- - - ?- ? ACTIVE NOW IN KENTUCKY LEXINGTON, Xy.. Nov. S.--A <i!s ports tho d?ath,o? thruo-men, alleg ed to have boon members of a band the shotguns of the defondo'rs or a living near South Hill. Nlglit rid em outrages hftvo been re ported with frequency for several to prevent the employment of non" mlnca, but now have extended nlonj; other linen. More than 100 men nro said to have been Involved In the South Hill affray, many others have fled from their homes, and tho situa tion ie such that troops may be called siroris nave neon maao to Keep mo details of the Bntlor County tragedy from becoming public. It'is said the difficulty began -when a woman ad ministered a severo horse whipping to her daughteHn-law. Night Riders sent her a notice that she would .he visited and soundly whipped herself. Her son told three neighbors of tho warning'nnu they replied that if such a warning had como to them they would meet the attack with shotguns, That night, according to the re ports sent to Lexington, a band posing as possum 'hunter* appeared in the vicinity of tho homo of the wotann who had whipped hor daughter-in-law. As they rode past a dense woods fire from shotguns loaded with bucknhot was directed on them. Throe of the mom bora foil, but tho attack was repulsed and tho 'possum hunters rodo on to their destination. There tho promised whipping was administered to tho warned woman. Her daughter was also whipped, and then tho son was choked into telling the names of tho men who had fired from ambush. A newly made grave has been found in the vicinity of the house, it is said. This is believed to contain tho bodies of the mombors of the band of osten sible:'possum hunters who fell under the fire from the woods. It Is prob able that the authorities will open this grave to establish the truth of this report, but it is declared that three well known men of the district have been missing since tho night of tho attack. Tho men whoso names were divulg ed by the young man have flod from tho South Hill neighborhood, some to Bowling Green and others have aban doned their families in their panic. Notices have been sent to a large number of prominent citizens in But ler county announcing that whippings are in 3toro for them. The whole countryside has been worked up, and scarcely anyone goes abroad by night any more. Appearance of night ridors have boon reported from Butler County al most dally for several months past. Within tho past thirty days a dozen pcoplo have been beaten, but this lat est occurence involves a greater num ber of people than ever before. It is for this reason that the authorities may be compelled, It is believed, to nock military assistance. Empire ads wort all tiro time. ??3 " j * i:- ? * ? C L A 3 31 F I E D A DV. * * .!? ? ? ?4? ?? ?4 ?.* ?? ???? FOR RENT. ' POSITION WANTED ? Chambor wo^k,-hotel.or will-do c^neral house work. Apply "L. B?" core Empire. ll-18-3t. FOR KENT?A four-room furnished cottage. Apply to Mrs. Noyon, 403 Franklin. St 1M7-Gt. " WANTED IMMEDIATELY. Four or fire room. houuo. Unfurnished. En quire at Empire offloo. tf. TWO NICELY FURNISHED roomB for light-hotttokooplng. Apply at; 019 East St 11-10-lw OFFICES??For rent in Goldstein I Bldg. ? Hot, and- cold ruanlng water in each offlco; eloo; etenra heat Janitor and elevator service. tf. SPACE .TOR KENT In Brunswick Building. Apply Chan. Goldstein. ?** FOR RENT.?Three room apart ments with range and bath. Franklin j Street Phono 274 WoUrlclc. 10-31-lt FOR RENT ? Nice-room at Mrs Lynoh'g boarding house. 10-24-tf STEAM HEATED ROOMS, ?10.00 up;, with or without board. Miso Char on. BSC Main St Phono 3S0G. 11-7-tf. TOR RENT. Two nicely furnished rooms. - Alaska-Steam Laundry. 10-21-tf. FOR RENT?Furnished rooms and apartments, either single- or en sulto for .housekeeping. .-Apply at office,. No. 1, Hognn's Flats. - Phona 209. 9-23-tf MISCELLANEOUS. TOR SALE ? Concrcto brick ma chine. Enquire of J. G. Held. 11-10-tf Per roomc. with board?homo cook ing ceo Kit.. Alex Watson, 331 Deck er <Way. 10-21-tf NOTICE?We buy, sell, exchange ev erything. Heaters and ranges for solo; Universal Repair Shop, 321 Franklin. 10-28-lm. DRESSMAKING, plain or fancy sew ing. Reasonable rates for children's srwlne, Mrs. Phinn and Mir. Porrlah, Alexander Apartments, phone 223. 1 mo. 10-25. WANTED ?A Ultchon range, must be in good condition. Telepbono .".OS. ?ll-19-3t. ? WILL BUY?Five to seven room houoo In good location; send descrip tion, price and location to Empire of fice, adrrsn XYZ. ll-19-3t : i JEverything in the^lihe of Wines, Liquors, Cigars; ! JUNEAU IJQUOR CO, he. f I .. "The Family Liquor Store"-Phone 94?Free Delivery !! | ??tnfing:;;m111u1111iiinmm11nmM111gidiini 1 FAQV MAWFV BIG SNAP ON HOUR THIS W?BC I iJ IfaUhLa Book orders for any quantity at |i BEFORE WAR PRICES ? SCANDINAVIAN GROCERY: g,"Ty0^K Phone.211 \ 2 . ? Groceries and Men's Goods ?? rr Alaska-Gastineau Mining Co. THANE, t r r y ALASKA ORPHEUM HOTEL HOUSE OF GOOD ROOMS Permanent Prices for Permanent Guests for Winter or Summer Hot and Cold Water in Each Room Steam Heat CALL AND GET OUR PRICES ?h i-i ii 11111: i:: i-11111 ?^h-h-h-i-h i iw-M-nwi in 1111 ; " 15 W G7J C?7 [77 ?'vo n" one ttnd wo will treat you ao well you will want ? ? ? ? S 1*1 * * *?come foatnre Reliance Brand, ercry article ab- j j * | if' *? eolutely gTiarantood. Your money refunded If you are not .. ?j- ^ thoroughly antiaflcd. Prompt attention (riven to all order*. ? ? ;; biovaneltl 514 Calhoun Ave. Telephone 385 ! fc-fH-rH-I-l'M-1 i I 1 1 III II I i M-l"i I 1' I1!' 1 II I I I 11 I 1 1 H HI 11 Ii' ? Hilton Reasonable Third nrd Harris Street. Jun?aa tiic BERG MANN Nowly built and newly furnished, modern in all respects, cteam heated, electric lighted, hot and cold water in every room; bath on every floor, Including a shower bath. Sanitary conditions perfect Dining room In connection. Beer lOca Glass LOUVRE BAR Free Moving Picture Shown Every Afternoon and Evening -- WILLIAM SCRIBNER, Mngr. i Hililitt!i3iUHillHllttlii::iil!tHtlllHIH4 :: Heidelberg Liqour Co., Inc. i: Largest Stock Best Brands of " I; imported and Domestic Liquors ; and Wines for Family Use. ;; | : FREE CONCERT EVERY EVENING 7 TILL 12 : ;; free Deliveiy MAIL ORDERS A SPECIALTY Phone 386 ;; ?S-M-H-t-I-Ht-S-H-H-H"! ?! I 'I"!1 !"I' 1 'I 1 I 1,111 1 H I H 111 11 111 Mil 111 r COMFORTABLE WINTER QUARTERS AT THE OCCIDENTAL HOjTEL 1 Prepare for cold weather by getting a steam heated room. Best possible rates for permanent room B; er during the winter months. -??? . 11 1 ?? n "? OLYMPIAN"; I Tlic Train of; Luxsiry ?? Butte, Miles City, Sioux City, Minneapolis, and St. Paul, Milwaukee, Chicago All Points East, via the "MILWAUKEE" Leaves Seattle Daily at .10.15 A.M. "A TOUR OK LUXE" it an expression supremely fittiiin con nection with a trip to the East on this palatial ml-steel transconti nental : air. It combines the enjoyment of rare scenic bcautlct with the pleasure of a journey in absolute ease and comfort. No Extra Fare on This Train For further information regarding fares, uain service, reservations, etc., call on or address want r. Nt?tn. Citr TV'itt Arent. Chlato, Mt!??okrea St. P?l R)r., Scwi-J SL JUNEAU. ALASKA or CltT nottt Offices. Chleuo. MIlTsofcre A it. P*ul Rnlwsy lt,o:nj? Sc. Wcr VANCOUVER, U. C.. or SECOND AVE. AMD C1IERRY ST... SEATTLE tu