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ALASKA DAILY EMPIRE
Published by the EMPIRE POINTING COMPANY JOHN W. TROY, Editor and Manager. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One year, by mall 510.00 Six months, by mall 5.00 P?r month. delivered . 1.00, Entered as second-claaa matter November 7, 1912, at the poatofllce at Ju neau. Alaska, under the Act of March S, 1579. GAMBETTA AND HIS BALLOON. The present war is not the only one in which an aircraft has played an important part. In fact, it is doubtful if a single act of aeroplane or Zeppelin has been so fruitful in results as the balloon which carried the great French statesman, Leon Gambetta, out of Paris on that October day of 1870, about mid way in the famous siege of the French capital by the master von Moltke and his generals. Out of Paris and absolute master of his own acts, Gambetta began organizing-for the relief of the city. He raised an army in Brittany, armed it with American Remington rifles, which he purchased throught a young American salesman that after wards was Governor of Washington Territory, and United States Senator from the State of Washington, and today is, as for a third of a century he has been, a leading citizen of Seattle?Wat son C. Squire. Gen Chanzy, the only brilliant military star that rose in France during the Franco-Prussian war, was placed in command of the army which swept up the Loire, occupied the famed old city of Orleans and defeated Gen. von der Tan in the one battle won by the French in a memorable conflict, only to meet his defeat at the hands of the greatest fighting General of the war?Prince Frederick Charles (""The Red Prince") of Prussia. ? It is true that Gambetta and his balloon did not accomplish what the statesamn hoped to accomplish, but they did much to save the self-respect of the French masses, and to convince the world that France, freed of royalty, the nobility and the thongs of class distinctions, would become a great and resourceful Na tion. Gambetta lived to lead his France a long way toward the goal she finally achieved as the second of the world's greatest Re publics, and then died?whether a suicide or the victim of a mistress' jealous rage, it has never been determined beyond dis pute?while his star was, apparently, yet ascending. "WHAT SELF-GOVERNMENT MEANS. Any man worthy of the name believes that govern ing himself badly is better than to be governed well by others. Any one who thinks otherwise deserves to be a slave.?(Seward Gateway.) It would be difficult to state more concisely the Anglo-Sax on theory of government, a theory that was given practical ap plication when the Anglo-Saxon colonies of America threw off the rulership of George III., and established the American Re public. Bryan stated the same principle affirmatively when he said that "the people of Alaska have a right to make their own mis takes." He amplified this declaration with the very practical as sertion that "They can correct their own mistakes, but they cannot cannot correct the mistakes of Congress." If this doctrine embraces the true principle of government, Alaskans who do not favor a full measure of self-government in the Territory have no right to quarrel over the manner of gov ernment that governing powers see fit to give us. This point is emphasized by the circumstance that the President and Congress are willing to give us full Territorial form of government if we but ask for it. The President has said in an official communi cation to Congress that we are entitled to it. How many of us deserve to be slaves ? MANN'S CHILDISH CHARGE. The dispatches tell us that Minority Leader Mann says President Wilson is trying: to build up a machine with which to "capture the Democratic Presidential nomination." Is it possi ble that Mr. Mann thinks the American people read nothing but his speeches? The American people know that President Wood row Wilson requires no machine with which to capture the Dem ocratic nomination. He does not have to capture it. It is his property, and makes its home in his yard. It is so thoroughly domesticated that it takes its meals out of his hand. He does not even have to put salt on its tail, or paint its ear yellow. It is doubtful if he could drive it away if he wanted to. FOOLISHNESS OF WAR. A news item from the front says that for two days about Christmas time German and British soldiers quit trying to take each other's lives and fraternized as friends, engaging in ath letic sports and other forms of friendly rivalry, even to the ex tent of playing football together. Could anything better exem plify the supreme foolishness of war? Because of the political or personal or business differences of those who control States these poor soldiers are sent into water and snow filled trenches to shoot to death those toward whom they entertain no feelings other than friendly ones! It is no wonder that the Emperor has decreed that there shall be no further fraternizing of this kind. It might lead to an undesired suspension of hostilities. The circumstance that Washington authorities have decid ed that the Alaska statute which prescribes a fee of $1 instead of $1.20 for recording a marriage certificate is invalid is not something of great importance so far as the subject matter is concerned, but it is an indication of the extent of the limita tions that have been imposed upon the Alaskan self-government. Certain newspapers are evidently finding it very difficult to boost business and to knock the Administration at the same time. Some of the big Eastern papers have given up all efforts to maintain the double role and have decided to give the Admin istration the credit that is due it. The statement attributed to Dr. Jones, who spent a few months in Alaska last summer, that Gov. Strong and Delegate Wickersham are not acquainted ?with game conditions in Alaska is amusing as well as diverting. PUZZLING. (Frotn tho World, New York.) Marriages used to bo regarded an a more certain barometer of the times than exports or Imports. With nearly 2,000 more weddinga in Now York In 1914 than la the preceding year, what have oar prophets of calamity to say? "AS GOOD AS WHEAT." (From tho Washington Post.) "As good as wheat", has become a form of comparison that Europe con now appreclato bettor than ever bo WAR IN GOTHAM. (From tho World, Now York.) Miss Pankhurst to lecture here.? Headline. No escape from war conditions. JUST SO. (From Evening Star, Washington.) Tho fact that a small stream often commands a largo appropriation should not causo surprise. Tho small or the stream the more monoy It takes to rendor It a navigable river. SIGNS OF FAILURE. (From tho Norfolk Lodger-Dispatch.) When a Senator begins to need pa tronage to boost him it Is about time for him to quit NOTICE. To Juneau Water Co. Subscribers: On account of tho cold weathor and comparative scarcity of water, you are requested to leave your water running no more than necessary to keep from freezing. JUNEAU WATER CO. January 25th, 1915. (25-3t) VENGEANCE! A college professor in Greece haE urged a law for the compulsory learln ing of English in all Grecian colleges Men whose college days date bach to the time when Krcok was a com pulsorv study will tako a certalc amount of vihdictivo satisfaction oul of this, coupled with a hope that tht suggestion may be carried into cf fact?(Seattle Post intelligencer.) Jack E. Moulton, representing the Seattle Hardware company, arrived from Ketchikan this morning. NOTICE OF FORFEITURE. Sitka Mining District Territory of Alaska. January 21,1915 To Leland 31. Brldgeman and Win. A. Peers: You aro hereby notified that w< have expended one hundred dollan in labor and improvements upon th( "Big 4" lodo mining claim, situatci at Chichagoff. on Chlcagoff Island Sitka Mining District, Dlv. No. 1.. Tcr ritory of Alaska, and particularly do scribed as land parallel and jolnlni on North side of Young claim No. 2 and Young claim No. 3, of the Chich agoff Mining Co., as will appear o record In the records of tho Sitka Re cording District, Territory of Alaska as No. 1564, page 16S, Mining Recor< Book 3, In order to hold said premise under the provisions of section 2324 Revised Statutes of the United States and tho Mining Laws of tho Territor; of Alaska, being tho amount rcquiroi to hold the same for tho year endini December 31, 1914. And if withii ninety days after this notice of publl j cation, you fall or refuse to contrl i bute your proportions of such oxpend: turo aB co-owners, your interest li said claim will become tho propert; of tho subscribers. CHICHAGOFF MINING CO, In< and JOHN H. PETERSON. ! First publication, Jan. 25. 1915. NOTICE OF FORFEITURE. Sitka Mining District Territory of Alaska, January 21, 1916 To John Tupela: You are hereby notified that w< have expended ono hundred dollart in labor and Improvements on eacl of the following named lodo minlnj claims, to-wlt: "Over the Hill," "Pa ciflc," "Goldon Wost." and "Itlslnj Sun," all of said claims being situat cd at Chlcbagoff, on Chichagoff Isl and, Sitka Mining District, Div. No 1, Territory of Alaska, and each belnj first of record In the records of th< Sitka Recording District, Territory o Alaska, as follows: "Over the Hill' as No. 1279, page 635, Book 2 of Min ing locations; "Pacific" as No. 13SG page 32, Book 3 of Mining Locations "Golden West" as No. 1678, page 176 Book 3 of Mining Locations, and "Rifi ing Sun" as No. 1579, pago 177, Bool 3, of Mining Locations, of said rcc ords. Thi3 expenditure was made ii order to hold said premises and claim under tho provisions of Socti.on 2324 Revised Statutes of the United States and tho Mining Laws of tho Torrltor; of Alaska, being the amounts requirci to hold the bame for tho year endini December 31,1914. And if within nine ty days after this notice of publics tion, you fail or refuse to contribut your portion of such expenditures a a co-owner, your Interest in the sal claims will become the property o tho subscriber. CHICHAGOFF MINING CO.. Inc First publication. Jan. 25, 1916. SUMMONS. No. 1201?A. In the District Court Vor the District of Alaska, Division Number One, at Juneau. CLEMENTINE CABROL, Plaintiff. ULIEN GILLET CABROL, Defendant. To Jullon Gillet Cabrol, Defendant, Greeting: In THE NAME OP THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, You are here by commanded, by virtue of an order directing the publication of this sum mons, dated January 23rd, A. D., 1915, to bo and appear in the above entitled Court holden at Juneau In said Di vision and District, and answer the complaint filed against you In the above entitled action, within thirty days from tho date of the service of this summons and a copy of the raid complaint against you, and it N you tali so to appear anil answer, for tc want thereof, tho plaintiff will take 3< tlon of tho bonds or matrimony, and tl will upply to the Court for the relief C demanded in ytald complaint, a copy S of which 1b corvod herewith. P Order for publication of summons datod January 23rd, 1915; time of pub- ai llcation six wooks; tlmo within which dofondant io reaulred to answor tho t< complaint, thirty days aftor complo- N tlon of publication, or by the 6th day f< of April, 1916. 6! IN WITNESS WHEREOF, 1 havo 6' hereunto sot my hand and affixed the N seal of tho abovo Court this 23rd day f< of January, 1915. 3l J. W. BELL. Clork, P By JOHN T. REED, Deputy. S. H. MILWEE, !l H. L. FAULKNER, (Seal) Attornoys for Plaintiff. J? First publication, Jan. 25. 1915. . ? Last publication, March 2, 1915. ? " - ??" A I O NOTICE OF PUBLIC 8ALE V?- Kt?u - ESTATE BY TRUSTEE. tl C WHEREAS, On August 26, 1914, * Henry Casslcs, a single man, and Ar>- o thornlso Bllodenu and Edward Bllo doau, her husband, ownorB of the S roal ostato hereinafter doscrlbcd, did make, oxecute and dellvor to the un- (? dorslgnod, a ccrtatn Trustee's deed. ^ which oald deed wan thereafter, on f| tho 28th day of August, 1914, duly * recorded in Book 25 of Deeds at page J 44, of the records of the Juneau JRe- ? cording District, District of Alaska, 4 at Juneau; and, WHEREAS, by vlrtuo of said deed tho undersigned, as Trustco, was du- 8 ly empowered and authorized to sell at public sale tho roal estato herein- ? after described to tho highest and 1 best bidder for cash, after giving thir-J1 ty (30) days notice of said salo. ; NOW, THEREFORE, Notice is here- J by given that under and pursuant to 4 the terms and conditions of tho Trus- ? toe's deed above mentioned, I, Ike Soworby, as Trusteo undor said deed, will, on tho 4th day of Fobruary. 1915, 8 at tho front door of building number 212, located on the tract of land here inafter described, on the Ferry Way, ? In tho town of Juneau. Alaska, at the j; hour of 2 o'clock In the aftornoon of ? said day, &ell at public auction to the highest and best bidder for cash, tho . following descrlbod lot, pioco, or par- ' col of land, together with all Im provements thereon , consisting of foundations and two two-story frame c buildings, described as follows, to wit: 8 Commencing at a point on the "P. , C. S. S. Co." approach to wharf, whenco tho Northwest Corner of said Frank- r lin Street and said Pacific Coast Com pany's approach to wharf bears north '. 51 degrees 04 minutes EaBt 127 foot . distant; thenco South 51 degrees 04 . minutes West 102.4 foot along said j approach to wharf to tho N. E. Cor ner of the Draw Bridge; thence N. 20 degrees 30 minutes West 52.5 feet , to point at N. W. Cornor; thenco N. , 51 degrees 04 minutes East SG feet to J a point on the Northoast Corner; , thenco South 3S degrees 56 minutes ? East fifty (50) feet tc place of begin- ( ' ning. Containing 11-100 acres, more I 1 or less. Variation 30 degrees East ' I of North. Thl3 property is located on tho For ? ry Way extending from Franklin ? Stroot to the People's Wharf, and has : a frontage of 102.4 feet along said . Ferry Way, and oxtends back to the ? building known as "Jaxon's Rink." t The entire tract is pilod and capped ? and covered with platforms and build- , , iegs. The titlo to this property Is 1 clear and free from all Incumbrances. i Tho purchaser will bo given lmmcd , late possesssion. Dated at Juneau, Alaska, this 2nd ' day of January, 1915. t IKE SOWERBY, Trustee. i First publication. Jan. 2, 1915. ? Last publication, Feb. 3, 1915. L NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR . UNITED STATES PATENT. Survey No. 1004?Serial 01734. UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE. Juneau, ..laska, Dec. 3. 1914. * NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that In pursuance of the Act of Congress . approved May lu. 1872, Joseph Wcyer horst, whoso post offico addross is Douglas, Ai \ska, has mado application for a patent of those certain lode mining claims situated on tho easterly sido of Douglns Island and about ono mile northwest of tho town of Doug j las, Alaska, in the Juneau Land DIs } trlct, Juneau Recording Precinct, Ter j ritory of Alaska, and known and call ? ed the "Mars" "Venus" "Jupiter" "Sat* ' urn" "UranuB" "Mercury" and "Kos * mos" as Included in Survey No. 1004, ' and described ty the official plat and by tho field notes cn file in tho office of tho register of tho Juneau Land ' District at Juneau, Alaska, to which I reference Is hereby made, as follows; 3 to-wlt: ,, Beginning at Cor. No. 1 of tho Mara lode claim, whence U. S. M. M. No. 6 * bears S. 56* 41' 49" E. 2809.13 feet; * thcnco S. 46* 00' W. 1417.55 feet to : Cor. No. 2; thence N. 44" 20' W. 600 ' feet to Cor. No. 3; thence N. 45* 00' j* E. 1417.55 feet to Cor. No. 4; thence : S. 44* 20' B. GOO feet to the place of " beginning. 1 Said Mars lode containing In tho ag s gregato 19.524 acres. '* Beginning at Cor. No. 1 of the '? Venus lode claim, whonco U. S. M. Ml J No. 5 bears S. 52* 25' 45" E. 1297.94 1 feet; thenco S. 45* 00' \V. 594.77 feet 5 to Cor. No.> 2; thence N. 57' 31' 30" ?? W. 1499.40 feet to Cor. No. 3: thcnco L* N. 45* 00' E. 567.19 feel to Cor. No. c 4; thence Sk 50? 29' 30" E. 222.36 feet ? to Cor. No. 5; thence S. 40* 17' E. ? 159.99 feet to Cor. No. 6; thenco S. 1 70* 24' E. S7.20 feet to Cor. No. 7; thonce S. 59* 40' E. 271.42 feet to Cor. 0. 3; thence S. 73* W E. 03.39 foot > Cor. No. !>; tliwico S. 63' 10' E. 53.26 foot to Cor. No. 10; thonco S. <? -13' E. 42.50 foot to Cor. No. 11; icace S. 02* 34' E. 171.50 foot to or. No. 12; thonco S. 55? 32' 30" . 138.96 reet to Cor. No. 1, and the laco of. beginning. Said Venus lodo containing lu the , Sgregato 18.406 acres. , Beginning at Cor. No. 1 of the Jupl- - sr lodo claim, wbonce U. S. M. M. ] o. o beard S. 76* 38' 51" E. 1496.01 , set distant; thence S. 45* 00' W. 1 J9.85. feet to Cor. No. 2; thencO N. ] ?* 31' 30" W. 1499.40 foet to Cor. . ;o. 3; thonco N. 45* 00' E. ESD.85 ; let to CoV. No. 4; tbonce S. 57' 31' ! 0" E. 1499.46 feet to Cor. No. 1, tho laco of beginning. Said Jupiter lodo containing In tho Sgregato 20.157 acrco. Beginning at Cor. No. 1 of tho Sat rn lodo, whenco U. S. M. M. No. 0, earn N. 83* 22' 11" E. 1874.24 feet iBtant; thonco S. 45* 00' W. 599.10 aot to Cor. No. 2; thonco N. 57" 31' 0" W. 1499.46 feet to Cor. No. 3; henco N. 45* 00' E. 599.40 foet to lor No. 4; thonco S. 57* 31' 30" E. 499.46 feet to Cor. No. 1, the place f beginning. Saturn lodo containing In the ag regato 20.142 acros. Beginning at Cor. No. 1, of tho Jranun Lodo, whenco U. S. M. M. Jo. 5 beam tf. 28* 57' 58" E. 72C.35 oot; thonco S. 45* 00' W. 599.85 foet o Cor. No. 2; thence N. 47* 06' 30" V. 1491.46 feet to Cor. No. 3; thence J, 45* 00' E. 599.85 foot to Cor. No. ; thoncc S. 47* 06' 30" E. 1491.46 feet o Cor. No. 1, tho placo of beginning. Uranus lodo containing in tho ag-: iregato 20.525 acroB. Boginnlng at Cor. No. 1 of the Mor ury lodo whenco U. S. M. M. No. 5 tears N. 36* 09' 32" E. 1323.29 feet: bonce S. 45* 00' W. 599.40 feet to lor No. 2; thence N. 47? 06' 30" |W. 491.46 feet to Cor. No. 3; thenco N. 5' 00' E. 599.40 foot to Cor. No. 4; honco S. 47* 06' 30" E. 1491.46 feet to lor. No. 1. tho placo of beginning. Mercury lodo containing in tho ag ;regato 20.509 acrcB. Boginnlng at Cor. No. 1 of tho Kos nos lodo, whenco U. S. M. M. No. 5 tears N. 35* 6' 49" E. 1204.69 feet; hcnco S. 51* 55' E. 728.47 feet to Cor. 4o. 2; thenco S. 45? 00' W. 604.33 cot to Cor. No. 3: thenco N. 51? 55' V. 728.47 feet to Cor. No. 4; thence L 45* 00' E. 604.39 feet to Cor. No. 1, ho place of beginning. KosmoB lodo containing In tho ag jregato 10. 034 acres. That tho total area contained In said urvcy No. 1004 io 129.297 acres. That said survey Is In conflict with ho following named lodo claims, to vit: New Kowce, U. S. Survey No. 169; Rose. U. S. Survey No. 172; Bel nont, U. S. Survey No. 175 and Lucy. J. S. Survey No. 59;. that said con llcts In tho aggrcgato containing 5.058 acres which is hereby excluded 'rem this survey, No. 1004, leaving n lot total area for said survey of : 26.239 acres, said conflicts abovo Mentioned being moro accurately de scribed in the official plat and field '.otes of said survey N. 1004 to which reference la heioby mado. That thoro are no adjoining unpat jnted mining claims to said survey No. 1004 and tho only claims, patent ed or unpatented In conflict are those mentioned above. JOSEPH WEYERHORST UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE, Juneau, Alaska. IT IS HEREBY ORDERED, that the foregoing notice bo published for the statutory period In tho Alaska Daily Empire, a dally newspaper of general circulation printed at Juneau, Alas ka. C. B. WALKER, Register. First publication, Dec. 4, 1914. Last publication. SOLDIERS' ADDITIONAL HOME STEAD APPLICATION No. 01GG1 DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR; UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE, Juneau. Alaska, November 28, 1914. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, R. F. Lewis, of 3424 Webster StreoL Oakland, Cal., by his agent, T. F. Kennedy, of Juneau, Alas ka, has made application in this of fice as assignee of Elwin Rnsey un der tho provision of Sees. 2306 and 2307, to mako soldlc't, additional additional homestead entry of tho fol ic wing described tract of land lying about one milo.Northea8t of the town site of Junoau and in Lat 58* 18' N. and Long. 134" 24' W., towit: Sur. 1084. Beginning at Cor. No. 1, identical with Cor. 1, Sur. No. 289, whence U. S. L. M. No. 3 bears &. 71* 45' W. 72.11 chn., thenco S. 12? 24' E. 5.13 1-2 eha., to Cor. No. 2, identical with Cor. No. 2, Sur. 289, thonce E. 1.48 chs., to Cor. No. 3, thenco N. 3? 02' W. 1.4C chs. to Cor. No. 4, identical with Cor. No. 2, Sur. 162, thonco N. 58' 08' E. 3.49 chs. to Cor. No. 5, Identical with Cor. No. 2, Sur. 161; thenco N. 68? 29' E. 3.16 chs. to Cor. No. 6, identical with Cor. No. 2, Sur. 160, thenco N. 1.30 chs. to Cor. No. 7. thenco E. 1.51 chs. to Cor. No, S, thenco N. ?<9? 1G' . E. l.SS chs. to Cor. No. 9, identical with Cor. No. 2. Sur. 159, thenco N. ] 58* 02' E. 2.48 chs. to Cor. No. 10, ? ideLtical with Cor. No. 2. Sur. 158, ; thence S. 75* 54' E. 3.19 chs., to Cor. ] No. 11, identical with Cor. No. 2, Sur. ? 157, thence N. 67* 04' E. 3.21 chs. to ; Cor. No. 12, Identical with Cor. No. 2. ! Sur. 150, thenco N. 2.27 chs. to Cor. ? No. 13, thenco \V. 20.33 chs. to Cor. [ No. 14, thenco S. 6.53 chs. to Cc;\ No. . 1, the place of beginning, containing - an area of 9.01 acres. Mag. Var. 32? i 20' E., as additional to homestead ap- ? plication of said Rasey for the EVfc 1 N. W. V4 E. K S. W. '/4 Sec. 4, T. 105, . N. R. 33 W. which he entered, No. ] 6774, at Worthlngton, Minn. ;. Any and all persons claiming ad- j ? verscly any por.foa of the said lands j i aro required to file with tho Register and Recoiver of tho U. S. Land Of- ' fice at Juneau, Alaekn, thoir adverso claim thereto, under oath, during the period of publication, or within thirty days thereafter, or they will bo barred j by the provision of the statute. R. P. LEWIS. By T. P. KENNEDY, Attorncy-lnFact. j UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE, ] Juneau, Alaska, Nov. 28, 1914. It is hereby ordered that tho fore- ? going notice bo published for tho stat- r utory period of sixty days in tho Al- [ aska Dally Empire, a newspaper of I general circulation published in tho 1 vicinity of tho land aopllod for. C. B. WALKER, . ] Register. j First publication, Dec. 1, 1914. I Last publication Feb. J, 1915. * JUNEAU STEAMSHIP CO. United States Mall STEAMER GEORGIA Juneau-Sitka Route Loaves Juneau lor Douglas, Fun ter. Hoonah, Gypsum, Tenakoo. KilHsnoo, Chatham and Sitka every Wednesday at 12:01 a. m. Juneau-Skagway Route Leaves Juneau for Douglas, Eagle River, Sentinel Light Station, El drid Rock Light Station, Comet. Haines, Skagway ovory Sunday at 12:01 a. m. Returning, leaves Skagway the following day at 12:02 a. m. WILLIS E. NOWELL, MANAGER JUNEAU FERRY & NAV. C". Summer Schedule In Effect June 22, 1914. Leave Juneau for Douglas, Trcadwel! and Thane. 6:00 A. M. 1:00 P. M. G:30 P. M 8:00 A. M. *3:00 P. M. *8:00 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. M. TrlpB marked (?) do not call at,Thane. -cave Douglas for Trcadwell and Thane 6:10 A. M. 1:10 P. M. 6:40 P. M. 8:10 A. M. *3:16 P. M. "8:15 P. M. ?9:10 A. M. *4:16 P. M. 9:40 P. M. 11:10 A. M. 5:10 P. M. 11:15 P.Jtf. Saturday Night Only?*12:20 A. M. Trips marked (?) do not call at Thano. Leave Thane for Treadwell, Douglas 8:16 A. M. 1:15 P. M. 6:45 P. M. 11:16 A. M. 9:45 P. M. 11:16 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. (? Docs not call at Troadwoll on roturn) Leavo Trendwoll for Thano and Juneau. 6:25 A. Mi 1:25 P. M. 9:56 P. M. 8:25 A.M. 6:25 P.M. 11:30 P.M. 11:25 A. M. 6:55 P. M. Saturday Night Only?12:30 A. M. Leave Treadwell for Douglas and Ju neau. 6:35 A. M. 1:35 P. M. 3:20 P. M. 8:35 A. M. 3:20 P. M. 10:05 P. M. 9:15 A. M. 4:20 P. M. 11:20 P. M. U:S6 A. M. 7:05 P. M. Saturday Night Only?12:20 A. M. Leave Douglas for Juneau: 6:40 A.M. 1:40 P.M. 7:10 P.M. 8:40 A. M. 3:30 P. M. 3:30 P. M. 9:20 A. M. 4:30 P. M. 10:10 P. M 11:40 A. M. 6:35 P. M. 11:40 P. M. Saturday Night Only?12:40 A. M. CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY C0.-13.C.CoastScrvice Salllnc from Juneou for Port Hlmpaon. l'rinco Ruprrt, Swumon. AI?rt Hay. VancouTcr Victor u> and Seattle PRINCE8S MAL Sailo South on or about Jan. 28. C. P. R. Ticket officoG?Orpheum Bldg and Splckctt'e Poatofflce Store I ?? JOHN T. SPICKETT, Agent mH /? v v v 7 v v/vvvyifvvvv?' ? For Seattle, Prince Rupert Ketchikan, Wrangell and / Petersburg. \ City of Soattlo Jan. 20, 30 for Skagway and Haines \ City of Seattle Jan. 21, 31 ( connect! ?t SkMtwty lor y Dawson and all Yukon River points. crn . nc iNfifiS' SAN'mEGO and all California Points : 2 LOW RATES- urawt nn-l fine. 6P* partknfcr. "ppl^ JUNK.U AU?> ', : w.^CBAMOE_8CHBP?b?. | Pacific Alaska Navigation Company I ALASKA PACIFIC STEAM SHIP CO. % Pugot. Sound-California Route, Seattle-San Francisco, coa-l* ncctlng with S.S. Valo andVv, S,S. .Harvard for Southern <-?,.11 fornix Pnrlw ALASKA COAST CO. Pugct Sound-Alaska Route, from Tacoma and 8eattlo tor I Ketchikan. Petersburg, Ju icau, Yakutat, Katalla, Cor dova, Valdcz, Ellamar, Port WellB, LaTouche, Seward, Cook Inlet points and Kodl&k. V/UliiUtMiw * w?t~. ADMIRAL WATSON WESTBOUND . JANUARY 26 ! ADMIRAL EVANS WESTBOUND .. JANUARY 29 Right reserved to change sailing dates without notice. Geo. J. McCarthy, Agt. R- Shepard & Son, City Ticket Agents 1 "* r , r THE WHITE PASS npeed ??uZ;f & YUKON" ROUTE Lomjort oajety During the winter season of 1914-15 our regular train Bervico will be maintained North and South bound between Skaguay and Whltohorsc, trains leaving both terminals every Tuesday and Friday. WINTER STAGE SERVICE Our through mall, passenger and freight service will be operated between Whltchorso and Dawson, affording all possible comfort by moans of a THOROUGHLY EQUIPPED STAGE AND AUTOMOBILE LINE. For full Information apply to II. WHEELER, Supt. Mall Scrvico Dept. Whltehorso, Y. T. A. F. Z1PF, Trafllc Manager, 612 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash. Fit efll I Pa I ? f* Allen Shattuck. - A*ent Northland steamship Co. *6-"*,-w u John IIcnBon, Dou^Iaa Ajrcnt REGULAR FAST SERVICE BETWEEN BATTLE AND JUNEAU AL-KI, Southbound . . . Jan. 24 FARES TO SEATTLE: nrst Class $19. Second Class $12 ~ ALASKA STEAMSHIP COMPANY V nfcty. Service, Speed Ticket* to Scsttlc. Tscemn. Victoria nnd Vancouver. Through ticket* to San Frnnclrro JEFFERSON, North, Jan. 10, 22 South, Jan. 11, 23. ALAMEDA, North, Jan. 19 - South, Jan. 11, 26. MARIPOSA, North, Jan. 11, 27 South, Jan. 18; Feb. 3 WILLIS E NOWELL, Juneau Agt. Elmer E. Smith Douglas Agt ?????_?? TRY A v MECCA FIZZ "SMOOTH AS SILK" Pabst's Blue Ribbon Beer On Draught ? AT THE." MECCA Contray & Sccrcst 42 Front St. . ?ana?rm H. il FAULKNER and S. H. MllLWEE, LAWYERS Not&ry Public 204-205 Scwnrf Bulldlnst Juncnu. Alaslcn c/$rmours\ "STAR and BACON.too | For a Beliciouo Break fast, Dinner or Supper "SWEET AS A NOT" The Alaska Grill The Beit Appointed Place in Town Best oT Everything Served at Moderate Prices When in Seattle Stop at the Place for ALASKANS It'? Fim-Procf. Modern and Convenient RATES $1.00 Per Day and Up HOTEL BARKER CoraorPlte end Sixth Free Auto Bu? Mecta all Boat* and Train* C. 0. Wain ton & Conrad Freodlnsr, Prop*. ALASKAN SOURDOUGHS 'TTT'i-i'T'l Till ill I 1 A lilt*** DR.H. VANCE: Tho OSTEOPATH; Rooms 5 and 8 Malony Bldfl. ? Consultation and Examination . Free- Phono 282. I Graduato American School of 1 Osteopathy, Klrkovllle, Mo. ; Seven years' active practice. ? Offlco hours, 9 to 12 m. 1 to 8 . p. m., or by appointment iNew Gain Oifcrs the raoit richly furnlahed . anil thoroughly heated room* at Special Winter Rates Large well lighted rooms. La dles' parlor; Free Library. Com mercial sample rooms. Five story reinforced concrete bluldlng. Beautiful view down tho chan nel and over the city. THE BEST LOAF OF BREAD lc Sold At San francisco Bakery 0. MESSKRSCrfMIOT. Prop.