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CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.-B.C. Coast Service
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V ktorU an i Seattle
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THE STORY Of THE AUDACIOUS
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Much has boon said of the loss of
the English Urcudnaught Audacious,
.vhlch was sunk by a cruiser of hor \
own navy, after being aopole; Jly .dam* i
aged by a mlno off the Irish count. 1
Porhaps the most comprehensive 1
Audacious, Is that which the Interna- 1
tlonal News Service sent out on No- 1
vomber 1<5.
It is as follows:
NEW YORK.?Two men who saw f
tho British superdreadnaught Audac
ious lying helpless In a heavy sea ]
some twenty seven milos northweBt <
of Lough swllly shortly after she had 1
struck a mlno on October 27, arrived <
bore today on the steamer Now York (
from Liverpool. They confirmed tho I
stories of tho loss of the warship i
that had previously reached here and '
added numerous details.
One statomont ttaoy made was that
tho Audacious might have been float- '
ing today had she not boon blown i
up by tho British crulsor Liverpool at
9 a. m.. of tho day on which she was
disabled by striking tho mlno.
Musicians Toll Story.
Tho men who told the story* wore
James R. Beames, leader of tho or
chostra on tho White Star liner Olym
pic. which. rescued tho crew of tho
Audacious and made fruitless efforts
to tow tho batleshlp to shoal wators,
and Hugh Griffiths, ono of tho orches
tra's musicians.
Tho story of Beames, who was
helped from time to time by Griffiths,
was substantially as follows:
"We sighted land on Tuesday, Oc
tober 27. at 10 a. m.. The land was
Tory Island. An hour later wo went ;
below, when ono of tho stewards camo
up to our quarters and said: 'You
had better get up on deck and see :
those two lovely warships.' The pas
sengors soon got wind of tho presence
of war vessels and there was much
uneasiness among them.'
Down at the Stern.
"As soon as the stoward told us I
about the warships we ran up on the ?
deck. Tho day was dark and cloudy
and a stiff westeily brcczo wa:; blow
ing. Off our staboard sido we saw i
a big battleship, down at the stern 1
and heavy seas breaking over head. ?
She was flying tho code signal flag <
of the letter 'N' which is a distress
signal. I
"As we approached, tho other -war- I
ship, which wo leared later was tho 'I
cruiser Liverpool, camo over to us at i
high speed crossed our bows. Hard- i
!y had sho croscsd, when she turned I
and ro-crcssod and kept up this sort 1
of movement for half an hour. It '
seemed at first as if she wero dollb- 1
crately trying to keep in tho way of
the Olmypic as a means of making her i
j stop.
Clearing the Way.
"It was .tald on beard later, howoy- i
cr that this performance was for the
purposo of clearing the way:tor too
White Star ship, which at that tun
was tho only agent in those waters
capable of towing tho Audacious to i
a shoal haven.
"Neither tho Liverpool, hersolf nor
the other small warships that bad ?
steamed to the work of rescue, was
capable of 3avlng tho supcrdread ^ ?
was decided instantly that the ]
Liverpool could bettor risk hitting
mine than could tho Olympic. which
was later to tow Uxe Audacious, and
tor this reason the Liverpool made her
maneouver ahead of the Olympic as .
a feoler for mines.
??Hardlv had the Liverpool cut across
our bow'when tho order was given Jo
man tho starboard llfoboats. -"Or0!;
volunteers answered than tho boats j
could accommodate, and when it
rived for tho time of action tho Olym- ?
pic's crew fought to get into the small
boats, so eager were tho sailors to do
something for tho sailors on tho seem
ingly (loomed Audacious.
"When one of tho boats hit the wa
ter thoy found in it a little bellboy,!
11 years old, who carried mesages to, 1
and from tho purser's office.
Captain Changes Plan.
"Although tho starboard lifeboats !
wore manned, Capt. Haddock suddenly t
changed his plan. 1 nr.lead of drop-,
ping down on the port aido of tho
pounding warrior he decided to put .
about and approach on tbo starboard
Blde By so doing he mado a lee,
which enabled tho fourteen lifeboats |
dropped from tho port side to occom
plish a task that never could have M
been done if the original plan had
been carried out. 1
"The seas were high and tho mo
in tho Olympic's lifeboats had a hard :
pull. It took them twenty minutes I t
to get over to the Audacious, which t
lay about 500 yards away. We could i
see the crew at quarters. They were -
tho calmest body of men I ?vor saw.
Through the binoculars the captain
of the Audacious was soon walking | *
up and down tho deck calmly with <
his hands behind his hack.
One Life Lost. | J
"I saw one boat como alcng the i
stern of the supordroadnaught. It n
had five men in it. Just as is camo c
into position for tho designated men
on the Audacious to jump Into it a
big wall of water pulled it up and.
slammed it upside down into the sea. 1t
Instantly Tour men came to tho sur
face, and clutching at tho bocket
hauled tbemselves up onto the -vcc ..
One man was missing. Ho was Uo
officer in command, tho men had
not clung long to the upturned life
boat when another boat came hound- r
Audacious the officers directed tbo
work of sending off tbo crew. Mon,l
900 on the Audacious, but only -80 p
boats.
Boats Made Three Trips.
.hreo trips between the battleship and
oft on board the Audacious to assist
n tho handling of line:, and cable-,
vhllo tho Olympic made her futile ef
'ortr. to toko tho Audacious in tow.
-Jitor those men wero taken off to
ho Liverpool In the Olympic's life
Vudncloun should bo blown up and
Tho Olympic dropped anchor off
jough Swllly at 8 p. in. An hour lat
>r Boamcs and Griffiths, who woro
ioIqw, said a tremendous flush light
id up the entire ship. They rushed
:o tho deck and could soo her fully
twenty seconds afterward and frag
nonts woro shooting up from tho spot
.vhorc they had loft the Audacious,
rhen camo a roar. It sounded, they
said, as if some mamomth boiler
woro letting off steam. It stopped
:is suddenly as It came.
Finishes Work of Mine.
That was tho end of tho Audacious.
Ev?.ry man on board has been tnkon
off and tho Liverpool had put tho fin
ishing touches on tho havoc wrought
by tho mine which begun on the af
ternoon of that day, tho musicians
As a reason for destroying tho
Audacious It was said that tho bat
tloshlp was hopelessly damaged and
that if not blown up, sho would havo
become a menace to navigation.
Ono of the new features of the loss
of tho Audacious, according to state
ments made on the New York, was
that tho battleship was steaming with
a squadron wlicn hit by tho mino, and
that Immediately her companions of
tho supordreadnaught class steamed
away in conformity with the admiral
ty's orders.
Torpedo Was Suspected
Tho Impression was that she had
been torpedoed, it was said, and the
other big war craft sought to escape
a. similar fate by getting out of the
danger zone as quickly as possible.
Only the Liverpool was standing by
when the Olympic camo along, but
ibout tho time the White Star lin
er's lifeboats were In the water, a
half dozen destroyers and trawlers
camo out from Lough Swilly.
The mancouver8 of tho Olympic In
making faBt to tho Audacious and try
ing to tow her to the shoals were In
tensely Interesting as described by the
spectators. The destroyer Fury' ar
rived at tho Olympic's stern at high
speed and a heaving lino was thrown
to her. In this fashion a stoutor lino
was carried out and four big manila
hawsors and a stool cable wore taken
from tho Olympic over and made fast
to tho Audacious.
Heavy Cable Snaps.
Slowly tho Olympic got under way
and the lines drew taut Hardly had
tho merchantman began to tow her
heavy, chargo when the droadnaught's
bow plunged down undor a terifflc
sea, Just as tho liner's own stern was
lifted upon a wave. Tho strain was
too great even for the stool hawser
and all linos snappod as tho Olympic
steamed on.
The Olympic's propellors woro re
versed and sho came to a stop, final
ly going astern of tho pounding dread
naught. Sho got within heaving dis
tance again of tho drcadnaught's bow
under tho skilfull maneouvorlng of
"apt. Haddock, but the fast approach
ing darkness rnndo It Impossible to
continue tho attempt to save the big
tvarshlp.
It was thought that some of tho col
ision bulkheads of the Audacious must
havo given away and that moro wa
ter was finding its way Into tho hold,
for tho commandor of tho battleship
ilgnalod to Capt Haddock that sho
could not bo saved and ndvlscd him
to risk his: ship no further.
Boats Set Adrift.
A heavier sea that ovor was run
sings, and as the Olympic's lifeboats
:ame alongside, Capt. Haddock had
lis men hauled aboard. Ho decided,
lowover, that tho boats could not bo
laken up on tho davits and thoy were
set adrift, bolng -picked up later by
;rawlcrs and other small craft.
None of the Olympic's 200 passen
gers was allowed nshoro for six days,
ind all. It was Btated, wore roquestod
py the naval authorities to say nothing
>f what they had scon and all mem
)ere of tho crew were Bworn to re
gain from speaking of tho loss of the
lattleship.
Whllo marooned on board, tho Olym
lie's passengers saw other droad
laughts of the squadron steaming in
uid out of Lough Swllly, but not un
.11 mine sweepers had gone ovor tho
irea of some 2,400 square miles sur
?ounding the place whore tho Audac
ous was hit
Story of the Petty Officer.
Among tho dreadnaught's men ta
con aboard tho Olympic was a petty
ifficcr, who was In the steoring en
;lno room when the vossel was hit.
io told his story to Beames and Grh'
Iths and they recalled part of It to
ilght. This officer said the shock
tamo at eight bells of the forenoon
vatch. He said lie thought a six
nch gun had been fired and they give
t little or no attention. Water began
o pour in, however, and as it did, he
Discipline Is Perfect.
All hands were ordered on deck,
fho discipline was perfect, according
o tho potty officer's story. Tho fire
ioartl side, and this, together with the
lood of cold water jrushlng into tho
ire rooms was assemed by the sea
titles of the dreadnau?ht were unablo
Another vlrsion.of the final destruc
lon of the Audacious, brought by the
900 officers and men on the' Audacious
. ,n<l that the re >cuo work waa carried
SCR and a whiter!} sale only two live;',
wore lost. One wan a petty officer,
and the other a gunner's mate, who
waa struck by a fragment of stool'
JEFFERSON REPORTS
arrived from tho South this morning
report that thero 1b a groat deal of 1
anxiety, along tho couroe from Soattlo
to Juneau on the Canadian oldo of the
channel about the probablo proximity
of Gorman veaBola of war. Many of
those living In Victoria and Vancou
ver aro reported to havo takou tholr
money to Seattlo for aafc-kecplng
whilo others have burled tholr treat
uroa. Soymour Narrows which aro no
longer navlgatod by Amorlcan vessolo
on the run aro frowned on now by
great guns mounted to stop tho Gcr
| man should ho heavo In Bight.
Tho Jefferson had a good trip up,
coming by way of, Blackflsh channel.
Tho following named passengers for
Gastlnoau channol towns wore aboard:
For Juneau?H. A. Bluhop, William
Fels, J. C. Black, A. A. BonBon, K. T.v
aaka, G. Shlnowara, Miss Gertrude
Hold, 0. F. Olson, soven second class;
for Douglas ? Harry Hanna, C. W.
JohnBon.
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SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION
In the United States Commissioner's
Court Precinct of Juneau, Before
Jno. B, Marshal, U. S. Com
mtaelonor and Ex-offlclc
Justice of the
Peace.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
hereunto Bet may hand and affixed
the seal of the above-entitled court,
thin 12th day of October, 1914.
(SEAL) JNO. B. MARSHALL.
U. S. Commissioner and Ex-Offlclo
Justice of Poace.
OLE ORSEN. Plaintiff, vo. BLAG
Tommy, Defendant.
Tho Territory of Alaska, to Blag
Tommy, tho above named defendant:
You arc horeby summoned to ap
pear before tho undersigned Commis
sioner and Ex-Officio Justice of the
Peaco in Juneau Precinct, in said Di
vision and Territory, within thirty
days after tho completion of the; per
iod of publication and service of thin
summons upon you; and, in caso of
your failure to appear and an
swer plaintiffs complaint at the timo
and place aforesaid, judgment will be
taken against you for tho sum of Two
Hundred and Forty-Throe Dollars and
Forty Cents ($243.40,) with costs and
disbursements of this action.
Tho order for publication of this
summons .was made and dated Oct.
12, 1914, nDd tho period of publica
tion thereof is six weeks. The first
publication to be made en October
13th, and tho last publication on No
vember 24th, 1914. and tho time with
in which you are required tc appear
and answer !n on or boforo Docomber
Z. It- CHENEY,
Attorney For Plaintiff.
First publication, Oct 13, 1914.
Last publication. Nov. 24. 1914.
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Imported and Domestic Liquors ,t
and Wines for Family Use. t
FREE CONCERT EVERY EVENING 7 TILL 12 |
J Free Delivery MAIL ORDERS A SPECIALTY Phone 386 J ?
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COMFORTABLE WINTER QUARTERS AT THE
OCCIDENTAL HOTEL
Prepare for cold weather by getting a steam heated
room. Best possible rater for permanent room
er during the winter months.
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| ? Travel East I
OVER TIIK ? I
The Neweit and^hoi'tesi Line to the East j
Cro.:.i?K the .Cascade Mountains, the Kittic.s Valley, the Colum- rj
bin Rive'.'the Hitter Root Mountains and Montana Canyon, trnv- 3
crsip./ a country of surpassing scenic grandeur, historical interest j
| and wonderful development. j
TWO FAST THROUGH TRAINS DAILY
I "Tfie Olympian" an J 'The Columbian"
The NKW ALL-STEEL TRAINS to
BUTTE, MILES CITY. SIOUX CITY,
MINNEAPOLIS, ST. PAUL. MILWAUKEE mid CHICAGO [
For further information regarding fares, train ..crvicc, reservations, etc.,
Willis E. Nowell, City Ticket Agent,
Chicago, Milwaukee S: St. Paul.Ry., Seward St, Juneau, Alaska, or
City Ticket Offices, Chicane, Milwaukee 6c St. Paul Railway
443 Hasting* St. West, Vancouver, U. C.
Second Ave. :md Clierry St, Seattle
A. EIKLAND
CARPENTER and
CABINET MAKER
TIrst class work at reasonable
rates ? General repairing ?
special furniture.. Estimates
Free. ? - - 'Phone 254
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i G. K. GILBERT |
PLUMBING and
SHEET METAL WORKS |
| 121 Front St Phone 35t )
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