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VOL.   V.
PRIXCE RUPERT,  B.  C,   FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1014.
Price 0 Ceota.
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xo. 18.
THE KAISER'S DEATH HAS NOT
ALLIES WOVE ENEMY BACK IN FLANDERS
GERMANS TRY ATTACK BY SUBMARINES ON DOVER
FRENCH AVIATORS DROPPED BOMBS ON THE ENEMY
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CANADA WILL SEE
THE WAR THROUGH
Sir Robert Borden Says the Dominion
Will Back Great Britain to the End
In The Present European Conflict
Outlining the justness of the cause
of Great Britain, reviewing what
Canada lias done and expects to do
for the aid of the Empire and expressing the unflinching determination of Canada along with Great
Britain to see the war through to a
successful conclusion, Sir Robert
Borden addressed a most enthusiastic combined meeting of the Canadian und Empire clubs of Toronto.
Sir Hubert, iii opening, emphasized
that be was convinced that no nation
ever desired peace more than Great
Britain and no statesmen ever
wrought more to avoid war than did
the statesmen of Great Britain in the
weeks which immediately preceded
the conflict. The Premier referred
briefly to the military teaching to
which German people have been listening for the past half century by '
which war bus been glorified as a
solemn duty for the cause of national development. The Influence of the
teaching of these war philosophers
upon the German people can be re-J
alized from their unquestioning support of the enormous increase in
their military and naval forces.
War Inevitable.
Sir Robert said thai the military
autocracy of Germany hud taught
their people for more than twenty
years that the British Empire stood
chiefly in the path of German expansion and thai war was inevitable. No
one could predict the exact occasion
which would be seized but no one
could    doubt    the   Intention    of   the!
country was confronted with responsibilities greater than those
which it had ever facen. The situation demanded action, it demanded
immediate and unhesitating action
beyond the authorization of the law
as it then stood; It was impossible
for Ihe Government to wait, and by
Order-in-Council     we      promulgated
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British Forced Germans Back    I
London, Dec. 10.—The Germans have been driven out of Ar-
mentleres by the liritish and hurled back beyond artillery range
at  that  point.
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Germans Lost All
Their Fleet In South
Atlantic Battle
STEALING CASE UP
I BEFORE ASSIZE COURT
Evidence Is Very Contradictory From
The Women Connected With It-
Crown's Witnesses Have All Been
Examined—Accused Is On Stand
London, Dec. 10.—An Admiralty
report announces officially that the
German cruiser Nurnberg was overtaken and sunk by the British fleet
in tbe South Atlantic. Buenos Ayres
reports  say  thai   the    Dresden    was
necessary measures in advance   of a.sunk also.
meeting of parliament.   The   people.
of Canada loyally acquiesced in these
measures and our course had been
ratified by the necessary legislative
sanction.
Sir    Robert    reviewed    the     steps
leading up to the sending of the first
contingent   and  expressed    pride   al
Ihe work which bad been accomplish-:
ed at. Valcartler Camp in so short, al
period.
Oi'ganizatiofn   Not   Excelled.
"It is difficult," added the Premier
'Continued  on   Page Three.;
The
liritish     Admiralty
that the British lost only eighteen
men killed in the naval battle off
Falkland Island in the South Atlantic. The British South Atlantic squadron, according to information received here recently, was reinforced
by several vessels bearing heavy
reports j guns.
Ml   day   yesterday   In    the    Assize;
Court the case of Rex vs. Harris was I
before the court. U is not yet finish-'
ed but will be proceeded   with   this,
morning. The following jury was selected:      Douglas    Sutherland,    fore-'
man; O. .1. KJrkpatrick, M. 11. Wells j
Phil  McDonald, P. E.  Clapp,   v.  VV.
Renworth,   .1.    A.    Edwards,    J.    .1
I Walsh, Wm.  Blane,  11.   W.   Tooker
George M. Shirley, and Lachlan   Mc-
l Donald.
. __ __ _ The case is one in which Lily Bar-
Allies Dropped Bombs ris ,a ■ ■oi wm steaiing •
*   * ^_^ $700   f.oiu     lie    ci     I     of    -I'm'	
From Airships On woman ln the * '
•» named  Daisy Lee.   The   evidence   is
Station At Freiburd ^
O    a long time to get from the witnesses,   W.   E.   Fisher  apl "-i":    for
Paris, Dec. 10.—The general sltua-j the station of the aviation   hangars!Crown, while A.  M.   Manson,   repri
Hon    wiih    our   army    remains    uu-iin Freiburg.   In spite of   a vigorous I stnting the private prosecutor. Daisy
changed. Yesterday our aviators sue- cannonade  by  the   enemy   they   re-|Lee, Is assisting.   L. W. Patmor
ceeded In dropping sixteen bombs on turned without accident. pears for the accused.
GERMAN SUBMARINES ATTEMPT
ATTACK ON DOVER AND FLEET
The Evidence.
Daisy Ixie was tbe first witness.
The accused, she testified, had li\ed
with her from August 2!) to September 12, when she left for Vancouver,
j where she was arrested and brought
bark charged with theft. She told of
keeping the money In her trunk and
accused the Harris woman of getting the key and taking the money.
She had withdrawn the money from
the bank at the suggestion of^the ac-
j eased because she said il was not
safe in the bunk owing to the war.
Lily Harris complained of being
si'-ic und al ;'i:t Ii" ! ll itci Idi -I iii
go to Vancouver, whlcn ihe did The
witness missed the money aftat she
left.
There was a lot of trouble getting
al all the facts, the witness being
very ready to express liersell   rather
freely as to  thi      . I
The whole forenoon was taken up
« Ith her ei Idence and I hal of Vli a
O'Neill,
Afternoon Silting.
lTpon resuming i rt  In Ih      fter-
noon the first  wlti        call ■<'  for tiie
(Continued on  Page T
DO VOl- I.Hvi: TO PAY BENT?
Fortunately The British Got Warning And Frustrated The Plans Of The
Attacking Flotilla-Several Of The Vessels Making The Attempt Were
Sunk According To The Information  Received—Destroyers  Searched ^L^m?..£«„.
All  Day  In  The  English Channel  In Vain  For The Enemy's Craft;'"1'    • '"""
Dover,  Dec.  10,—ThlB   place   has a  submarine  attack   upon   the   liar-■    The torpedo boal destroyer flotlllaisoon    be    Independeni    ol
Prussian militarists.
"Iu the end the storm broke  and-1 by an  announcement   thai  the   der- , ,|  in  ||||H harbor
denly,"  said  ihe  Premier, and   ihe niiius early ihis morning   attempted
I been thrown Into Intense excitement | bor works here and the Meet anchor-
Last   night   was
dark and  n  heavy  ruin  made sonic!--i
llghl  work difficult, which   militated
"   ■ •■ :i;mm  the local forts and  in  favor
from   here   111cu   pul   mil   to
search   ol'   ih
mil   nil ilny.
Tin re lias  been  i
chartmakers for 11 e   ate nai Igatlon
nciny ninl   remained j
I'  its ship:
If not, we can sell you ,-i line modern   resilience,    four   minutes    walk
-1
Requ
in  be   paid
$15.00  per  month.   Thin  place   has
foreign routed for over ': years at $3">,00 per
month.  Must  be  Been  to bo appreci-
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96, d8-.1t
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million or the ind thai tho German  ^
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Rouliers Has Been Taken
of ilie German attacking force.
Fortunately,    however,   the   foil
Amsterdam, Dec. H
West Flanders nhoitl I
lo Hie Slttls correspondent of the llaudelsblad
The Allies   have   entered   Boulters    In
miles northeasi of   Vpres,   according
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submarines were seen. It Is reported
however, thai  two or three   of   ilie
ibmarines  were sunk,
"-en- pul nn the alerl by the appear- D
•iiue off the harboi  entrance   of   anL.   s   m.-|>[.;xl»s OX
unidentified  ship  which   refused    to iitilTUN FOB ill Mil's
stop. Upon a shot being Bred across |
I ie bows of Ihe vessel she retired.
G. T. P. Telegraph Rate Reduced
. Con panj   i    abb   lo anil     mi
...    ...   p. rl  I" \ nn niivi     und  Victoria   I
duced from $1.      to $1  u   ten  woi d    i       ul    eacl    iiddl
ttonnl  word   This brings the rate  to  the same as  that   iindpi    i  •
inment line's new schedule. Ii  will  bo received n    good   uewi
Ij i    i lllg  I    -    wire.
The Kaiser Probably Very Much
Alive
Last, evening a flash message received from Edmonton over the
line of the G.T.P. Telegraphs conveyed the information that the
Kaiser was dead. Inquiry by wire elicited the information that the
report was one received in Edmonton late in the afternoon bul in
no wise confirmed, simply a report. From Vancouver the information was received about midnight that no Information to that effect had been received there. It is therefore to be fairly established
that the Kaiser still lives and is working out his designs against
Britain and her allies.
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Washington,   Her    10.    H    would 16
It is believed  thai she was a ton-   he    practically    Impossible    for    Hie jj<H»a«iCH>a-oooooo«oOOOOiKio<iOO-aooOooooo«oocioaoaoo<iDOOOO
der  for  the  Heel   of   Oerman   Biib-|rjntted   suites   navy    to    make   any I	
marines. strategic movi tside of   ^u.rU.-.initW>W
murine was sighted. One of the heavy isli Admiralty charts to ensure   safe X
I o
guns of the harbor fired at the   sub-1 navigation.
marine, which was evidently the ml-1     This statement  is made by   Capt,
\rini-e   guard   of  n   flotilla,    II    disar- iThomas    Washington,    hyilrogrnphi i
Shipping Salmon To Belgium
uard of a flotilla. II disar- Thomas Washington,
peared, and later observers noticed Lf the navy, in his annual report.
what is believed to have been n Beet ||,. says thai his Office has now
of six submarines several miles out jfalrly begun the task of reproducing
in the channel. [by zincography  these  British  charts,
The channel forts commenced fir- of which it would be necessary to
ing and this was kept up almost half I purchase 1,752, and Ihe hope Is ox-
-■!  hour. | pressed  that  the  United  stales  may
The proceeds of the patriotic concert given by the Ladles' Musical Society of this city has been devoted to the purchase of salmon
for tho Belgians. The proceeds of thai concert given in the Empress Theatre has been sufficient to purchase 71 cases of snlnion.
The G.T.P, h.-i. kindly offered to carry the shipment free of cost. II
will be shipped tomorrow morning for transshipment bv the Bel-
i    gian consul io the sufferers from Ihe war.
I
SKKJ-OOOOO^OOOOOttOOOOOOOOOOOO;.:     -.oaooooooooooofroeoae- - "1 riday, December  11,  1314.
PRINCB RUPERT JOURNAL.
matt iSupetl journal
Telephone  138
O. II. NELSOX, Editor
Office: 128 Third Aveaue East,
near McBride Street. Telephone 13S
Postoffice  Box   607.
DAILY  EDITION.
Published every morning except
Monday.  Delivered by carrier In the
after it came from Toronto. On a
third search he found $S0 in a
rosette in a dress.
Testifying as  to  letters   received,
the chief said one letter was in Yid-
If she sent it by an order her husband would know it.
Upset  by Suicide.
She said she had never been very
strong.      On    September    9      when
dish from her mother;  another was ch)vers. suicide took pjaoe she   be-
from- Paul Gottlieb. Letters came to came upget   ghe made u]) ne).   mind
er addressed to Fanny Hermann,      tIleH  that  she   would   not   stay   in
Sailings of Boats Prince  Rupert. Witness said that she
Mr.  Haynes recalled produced* the did not n'akt> :i" "er nl0,le>' °» ««
city at'the following rate, if paid in | reeords from  the postoffice, showing 8tr6et'  slle CBme ""   city   and   nad
•dvnnce: —
One   Year $5.00
Six   Months $2.;"i0
Three   Months $1.25
One   Mont'h $0.50
WEEKLY  EDITION.
Published every Friday  for circu
l, lion    outsiile   the City   of   prince | would not go forward untH Beptem-|
Rupert at $2.00 a year, addressed t
points in Canada; or $3.00 a year to
al!   points  In   the    United    Kingdom
the   United  States   or   other    foreign
countries.
Advertising Hates Upon Application.
>€£
OP°
Friday,  December  11,  1014.
STEALING  CASE.
(Continued  from  I'age One.
Crown was Rosey Bloom, who testified that she knew the accused but
did not know anything aboul her
finances.
Cross-examined by Mr. Patmore,
witness testilied that the girls were
all excited on the night that Chivers
committed suicide on  the  line.
E. Haynes of the Postotiice inspector's office, Victoria, identified the
covering of a parcel which he examined. The parcel was mailed in
Prince Rupert about September 11
last. It went to Toronto, where it
remained for thirty days, when it
was opened. The wrapper was sent
to him to Investigate. He got the
contents later. These were a blouse
and bills to ihe amount of $218.
Part of the bills which were produced were, according to his information, wrapped in the collar of ihe
blouse.
Admitted Sending Blouse.
Mr.   Patmore  for the accused   admitted    he sending  of the  blouse to
Toronto. The :   reel according to the
stamp   was  received   In    Toronto   on
i mber  1 9.
Croi i-ex by    Mr.    Patmore
witness contended  that  the date on
that on   Tuesday,   September   8,   a U«ends.
mall  went  by the Chelohsin at 8:30      Witness said  she  was   discharged
p>m by  the police magistrate.   She  could
in reply io His Lordship witness have left the city bul she decided to
said anything posted   on   September stay and clear herself of the charge.
Cross-examined     by    Mr.    Fisher,
her 11. (Witness   said   she    had    about    $400
Dr. Tremayne had been called to when she went to Daisy Lee's. She
Bald anything posted on September Ojhad forgotten about the $sn In the
11. she was suffering from nervous- dress. She did nol remember it. un-
ness. It"  she  was shown  it  in  the   police
Cross-examined, witness said the court. The partnership between her-
woman had given the death of Chlv- self and Daisy Lee lasted only one
ers as having upset  her. Iweek.   She  was not a bright enough
Reading the evidence of Bertha j woman to belli partnership with bet
Schwartz taken at the preliminary and keep track of her money, said
I hearing the statements were made J the witness in reply to questions.
that accused said she was making! Witness was very fully examined
little money. The accused did not by Mr. Taylor as to her finances. She
appear to have much money. The contended that before she went away
woman complained of being sick. She: if an  were counted she   had   aboul
$7B0.
Phone 300
P.O. Box  16SE
Harrison W. Rogers
-    ARCHITECT.
Suite 1
Federal  Bldg.       Prince Rupert, B.C.
Engines   Installed   und    General
Repairs
Oxy-Acetylene  Plant    in    Connection
Phone Bed 106 Third Avenue
said she wanted to go home and was
going. She never told her how much
money she bad.
The cross-examination of Mr. Patmore being read showed that Bertha
Schwartz had stated that when girls
had money it was not. usual to tell
the others.
Other evidence taken at the preliminary was also put in.
Evidence for   Defense.
This closed the case for the Crown.
Mr.  Patmore   outlining   the   case
contended  that Hie  accused, as was
\ Weather Question.
Referring to getting $22 from a
man which she gave to Daisy Lee
and which was wet, witness admitted
the money was wet. The man told
her he was a fisherman.
Mr. Fisher asked if it was not a
wet morning, when witness replied,
"When fishermen come to Comox
Avenue they are not looking for
weather."
In explanation of making money
she said   that   a   new   face   always
customary, kept her own counsel as ]na(je
more   money.   She   said   that
to what money she made.
Harry G. Smith, who was a mes-
SLiiger, had, in connection with his
business, sent money away for the
accused. About duly 17 or .Inly 18
he sent $100 away for her to Paul
Gottlieb in  Buffalo,   About August  1
anything she said to these women
was not to be depended upon because she did not tell them the
truth. She never associated with any
respectable people while she was
there.
Win n she told the chief the monev
he sent $150 to the same address for sne had she   difl   no,   inc]ude   the
llel'- money in the blouse and In the dress.
Accused  on  Stand. As ,,, wna,  3ae ,„,,,   chlef   yickers
Tne accused I     i lb '    aid sh   lshe answered thai  if she   told   him
wenl under the name of Lily Harrlss |anything it was the truth.
She arrived li  re about July with $2
She made $ 175 ch ar the first wee!
J. H. HILDITCH
Contractor and Buildei
Estimates given on ull classes of
work, whether small oi' large. Personal attention given  to every  Item.
PHONE GREEN 321
FREDERICK PETERS, K.C.
Barrister, Solicitor and Notary Publi
Office ln
EXCHANGE  BLOCK
DR. GILROY, DENTIST
Crown and Bridge Work a
Specialty
Office:  Smith   Block,   Third   Avenue
J. W. POTTER, L.l.R.B.A.
ARCHITECT     AND     STRUCTURAL
ENGINEER
Re-lnforced Concrete a Specialty
P. O. Box 271
A. FAULDS, N.I. HE.
Consulting Mining Engineer
Examinations   and    development    ol
Coal, Metal, Oil. Etc.
709 Dunsmuir St.      Vancouver, B.C.
UNDSA1TS CARTAGE ft STORABF
O T. P. CARTAGE AGENTS
3X1 SECOND AVENUE
JINGLE POT COAL
If handled by as. All orders rer.
prompt nttentlon   lJboue No. Hl
"You
regarded    the   chief   ns   re-jP'0' Bt»  1714 Telephone 448
spectable,"   returned    His   Lordship, i RITCHIE,     AGNEW    &    CO.
tin- wrapper was not  September   10 Most  of the  money   was   made   by     . ,      ,. ,
with   which  the witness agreed,
drink-.   Intoxicating   liquor.    It    was      .„,
adjourned    until
but September   1 9,
R.  Al. Mcln
The  court    then
master, testl- nonsense  to  say  they  were  not  sell-, |||js mornj
fled  as to the sailings of   the   boats lnS liquor on  the   street.   They   all	
old ii
Civil Engineers and Surveyors
Prince  Rupert,  B.C.
fro:
Prince   Rupert,    bul    said
Alva O'Neill could ii"t make i
I Waterworks,   Water    Power,    Wharf
.1oD.strtict.ion, Reports, Plans, Domin
could not he ici'.\ Bure vlthout the
records. le said thai his opinion
was that the date mark al Toronto
w e i .- • ptember 1 '■•.
Mr. Haynes recalled, said he examined the records of the postoffice
and found that a mail left here September I l by thi Venture al 8:10
p.ni., Septembei 12 by the Princess
May at -l p.m., September 13 ' ■
Pi Incess Royal al 6 :30 p.m.
The courl  wished' fuller   records
iiinue,-  :';; she  used   o] lum.    Witness
For every $3.00 purchase   during! on  and  Provincial  Land  Surveying,
did nol care  ibottt dressing In Prince
December your opportunity for hand
some  brass  bed   end    Wilton   carpi
Rupei t.
isqiiine;   see windows at   George    I
Witness said th it   VI' a O'Neill und |,„.   .
! Pile's. rl
she were never good Mends, Witness considered thai she was nol
fairly dealt with by the O'Neill
woman, whe charged her too much
rent SI - also said thai she s lid that
Chivers had nol b ien fairly treated.
She accounted for the monej bi
Ing sewn in the dress In that she did
rSlectric Blue Printing, Negatives and
White Prints
LIQUOR ACT. 1010.
(Section 19.)
NOTICE is hereby given that, on
the first day nf January next, application wlll be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for the
renewal   of  a licence for the sale of
llquol  Ly wholesale in and upon the
premises  known    as  Prince    Rupert
going  baelt ovei  dates from Septem   not '''"' ""' garment and wanted to  Importing  Company,   Limited,   slttt-
'„,,,,,.    n    -i-i ,, . ,   iato it Prince Rupert, British Colum-
'""■  '■ ' '"  "'    rhl   man  "■'""', "'" take Mr. upon the lands described u.Lota
statement   lo Chief "  ,'ni k ''""' y" according to   a ens-   IB and  16, Block 32, Section  1,
Chief Vlckei . -ailed    ti   till,      to|,onl       '      »' wed  >■  "     ,:,h""'  "''"   ''':"1 ""V   "f   °C,"bt"''
-  ,;   ■'     :J  tor luck.   N     knew  v     I   Prli    Rupert   Importing   Company,
• ehad    ""   ,l<'v'"' le1   "  '"' '-       3   Marshall,   11  ,       ,
tn      i;   !■'!■ -I    Peters,    ICO, ' "' ' :'
osence. AI
The Queen Charlotte
Oil Fields Limited
Office will open today in Law-Butler
Building for salt- of a limited
iimount of   Treasury  Stock
GEO.  I\    MACllONALI),   Sec.-Trcus.
.
Vrmy   bai
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no   otln r   Heme,     i i,.   had
scan   ed      -   ti ink  ol    the   accused
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■  her sis
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n
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Trade Marks
Designs
copyrights &c.
Anyonenonrlmir n piictrli mid Criirl/'H.-in nm?
flllfckly uprt rum eiir elitnldii free -o.-l.ei!,,.- u,i
invention Isprobably patenj,''.-. '   	
tioii8wtrictlvr"iiiii!i'iiii!ii. HAn'D8uOK -'-' Btcuta
Bent fri'fl. Olileit nt-'om-;' for !• ' in if? patent*.
I'ltii-niB taken toroujVh M.r .i a (. j, sci-nive
tpecUtl rotice, wllhoutcliiiryij, lu tho
A hitntiBoiTic'y Ulustrau>. we< -;iy.  Largest i'r-
cuiatieii "t any "■ '■■--;•■■■!    - -
Cumi'ln, 8H.75 a your, p    njru prenul      -•   .-
all ne '  :■.- ont.
m- -   *
VOTICE.
The i nniidiiin Patriotic Pund
Will those ivh ni id assistance -' ains more or less to
from the abpve fund, resident In the
city or disfrlcl and ivhose breadwinner is on active service with the
forces of the Empire or her Allies,
kindly notify the secretary of the
local organization.
tf W. K   COLLISON,
P.O. fiox 735.
I and   Dlstrlcl trlcl  of
Coasl        i: n
'    ->■■'■•.,    h     Bell !:■■■
■   ' lo. I .     incouver, B.C .
i      Intend
Ion ti
-,i -i i        land     Con
mend •     , nted   al  high
al' i                str-l       I       of Dl    liersey
I -hand  nilet     in    :i
north-east    I    til Bction  from   Parry
Point; thenci  wei i 20 chains; thence
south    20    i halm,   thet asl    20
hore-llne;
thence northerly and easterly lol-
lowlng the sinuosities of the shoreline to point of commencement and
containing 40  acres  more or less
II.  BELL-IRVING & CO., LTD.!
Arthur Klpp, Agent.
Dated  August  1st,  1914. aul2
JAMES GILMORE
ARCHITECT
Second Ave. Mear McBride St.
Pn me nine  1SU Res.  Phone 39J
11'-TO-11,11 E
HAIRDRESSING
PARLORS
g< . Si alp   Ti ■ -
ment, Ulectrlc Treotmenti   ioi.
Mrs.   ,\.  1 .   Iltimlnsyilc.  Prop,
Ull  Third St. PRINCE RUPERT
HAYNER BROS
Pioneer Funeral Directors ami
lOmbaliiieis      Open    Day    and
Xight.    Ladies'    Assistant    In
Attendance.
PHONE 80.     710 THIRD AVE.
New Wellington
Coal
The Favorite Household Coal
Meanest, Brightest und llesl
Rogers & Albert j
DOMINION
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TERMS REASONABLE
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Second  Avenue
Plif.ii-  lit
G. T. P. S. S. CO
SAILINGS
S.S. PRINCE GEORGE
For Vancouver, Victoria and Seattle, Fridays at 9 a.m.
For Anyox (Granby Bay), Wednesdays at midnight.
S.S. PRINCE JOHN
For Massett and Port Clement*, November 2, lti, 30; December 14,
28, at 10 p.m. , , _
For the Naas, Mill Bay, Klnclth and Stewart, November IS, December 2, 16, 30, at 9 a.m
For Refuge Bay, Skidegate, etc., November 5, 19; December 3, 17,
31, at 10 p.m.
For Vancouver, November  10, 24; December 8, 22, etc., at i  p.m.
G.T.P. RAILWAY
Passenger trains leave Prince Rupert at 10 a.m. Wednesdays and
Saturdays, for Edmonton Winnipeg, etc., connecting at Winnipeg with trains for St. Piul, Dulutli, Chicago, etc. For
through   tickets,   reservations,  and  full  Information   apply   to
(i. T. P. TICKET OFFICE HART  BLK.,   THIRD AVE.
AGENCY   ALL   ATLANTIC    STEAMSHIP    LINES.
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Canadian Pacific Railway
PRINCESS SOPHIA Southbound
SUNDAY, AT 8 P.W.
PRINCESS MAY for Alaska
DECEMBER 14, 1914
J. S. McNAB, General Agent, corner Third  Ave.   and   Fourth   St.
THE UNION STEAMSHIP CO. OF B.C. LTD'
S.S. VENTURE
Southbound Tuesdays at 9 p.m.
Sailings for Granby, Simpson and the Naas
Sundays at Midnight
For further particulars apply to
JOHN  BARNSLEY,  AGENT 081 Second Are., Phone 668
Agency   Atlantic    Steamships.
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HEAD   OFFICE:   MONTREAL ESTABLISHED  ISfl!)
Capital    ' S   11,500,000
1 Reserved  Fund .$  12,500,000
Total    Assets $ 185,000,000
5 Savings   Bank    licpai'tnent—.$1 will open an account
c    Branches  Throughout   Canada and Bar-king Connections With   All
O Parts of the United States Agents Throughout the World.
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O-CKDAIt    MOPS,    0-OHDaR MOP   POLISH
ALABAST1NE SANITARY WALL COATING
WATER HOSE, GARDEN TOOLS,  WATERING CANS
MARTIN-SENOUR    100   PER CENT.   PURE   PAINT
PAINT BRUSHES, LAWN MOWERS AND GRASS SHEARS
CARPET BEATERS, GARBAGE PAILS
WINDOW SCREENS, SCREEN DOORS
—AT   THIS—
KAIEN HARDWARE CO.,eos Thirdav.
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^rince Rupert Transfer Co.
FOR
Coal, Furniture Moving, Baggage
and Heavy Teainnf
W. J.  CRAWFORD, Manager
PHONE 566
onice and Residence:
1000 THIRD AVE,
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LUMBER
SHINGLES, MOULDINGS, SASH, DOORS
Prince Rupert Lumber Co.
FIRST AVE. ANI) McBRIDE ST.
PRINCE RUPERT
Phone 25
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PRINCE RUPERT JOURNAL.
Friday, December 11, 1914.
CANADA    WILL  SEE.
Continued rr«,m Page One.
"for those who did not see the camp
and who have not studied all that
has been accomplished to realize the
tremendous demands made upon the
organizing ability of the Canadian
people to accomplish all this. I venture the assertion that, the organization and arrangement of Valcartler
Camp have not been excelled in any
part, of the Empire, since the commencement of this war."
Tbe Premier pointed out that as
soon as the first contingent was ilos-
patched the Government Immediately
announced that another would follow. The number now training will
be fifty thousand and as soon as each
contingent goes forward n corresponding number of men wlll be enlisted to take its place. This will proceed regularly and continuously until peace Is achieved or until they
were satisfied Hint no more men
were needed. He said that Canada
was prepared nol only to setnl one
hundred thousand men. but two or
even three hundred thousand. We
preferred to name no figure.
Canada Will Answer ('.ill.
"Tf the preservation of our Empire
demands twice or thrice that number," declared the Premier, "we
shall ask for them, and I know that
Canada will answer the eail. But remember that men cannot be sent for-
t
ward  more rapidly  than  Ilie  British
authorities are prepared to receive
them and undertake their final training."
[ Continuing, he said: "There can
be but one issue to this war, but do
riot expect it will be a speedy issue.
11 have reason to know  that the re-:
'suits hitherto attained have been all.
that  were  anticipated  by the Allies,
'but so far as can be foreseen, there
is a long struggle before us."
The Premier referred at some
length to the patriotic spirit which
was manifest throughout the whole
of Canada. Tbe war bad demonstrated also the essential unity of the
Empire. Sir Robert closed with the
following eloquent peroration:
Cu use Is .lust.
,    "Canada is united In   the   strong
conviction  thai  our cause is just  and
in an unflinching determination to
make il triumphant. This appalling
conflict was not of Britain's Becking
Having entered upon it there Is bul
one duty, to stand firmly united in
an Inflexible resolve to force It to a
I victorious and honorable conclusion.
[Reverses may come, but they must
- inly Inspire us with a deeper courage
and greater determination. Our forti-
ONE   GREAT    BRITISH   UNIT.
Extract  from  British Oflicer's Letter
Shows Spirit   of   Self-
abnegation,
The  magnificent  spirit   animating
j British   officers  was  illustrated  in   a
lelter written tn a friend by the late
.Captain  Norman  Leslie.  The  follow-
XOTICE OF   DISSOLUTION OF
PARTNERSHIP.
TAKE NOTICE  that  the   partnership    heretofore    existing     between j
Robert J.  D.  Smith    and    Alfred   .1.1
Mallett,    carrying    on    business     as |
plumbers and  beating engineers  un
der the firm name of "Smith &   Mallett" ln the city of Prince Rupert ii
the  Province   of   British   Columbia
ing extract was read by the Primate was tills day mutually dissolved.
<if Ireland during a brief address be
delivered at a memorial service for
the deceased officer, held al Glass-
lough, County Monaglian.
"Try and not worry too much
about the war units. Individuals
cannot count. Remember we are
writing a new page of history. Future generations cannot be allowed
to read of the decline of tbe British
Empire and attribute it to us. We
live our little lives and die, and   to
i ii \ vi n p  s'rt* wi
some are given tbe choice of proving!
themselves  men,  and   to   others   no
chance  comes.
"Whatever  our  individual    faults,
virtues, or qualities may be it  mat-
tude and our endurance must equal ters nnt; but whe" we are up against
all  demands  Unit  the   future
shall
ibig  Ihings  let  us  forget  individuals
"lake upon us. All that our fathers and le( us ''"'' i,s <),le Kreat British
I'ougbi  for and achieved, all thai we ,mit' united and  fearless. Some will
.have inherited and accomplished, our jIlve and n,an-v wi" <lie' but count
Institutions and liberties, our des- not tlle 1<>ss- If is bet,er tar t0 e°
tinf as a nation, the existence of our j011*  wltn  h"nnr  tnan   survive   with
I Empire, all are at slake in this con- .shame.
■ tost. The resolution, the   determina- G
I tion, the self-reliance which never, Buy the useful present for Christ-
failed Canada in the stress and trials mas; a comfortable chair or rocker;
of the past  will assuredly   not   fail  special    Christmas     discounts,     at
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE
that the business shall be carried on
by ihe said Robert .1. 1). Smith, who
has assumed all the debts ninl llablll.
,'es of the said (inn anil to whom all
accounts due to tho said firm are payable.
Dated Ihis nineteenth day of   November, Nineteen Hundred and Foi :
teen.
ROBERT .1.  I).  SMITH.
4.LFRED J. MALLETT.
witness   as   to
■twill'
both parties.
1 THE METHODIST CHURCH
£    Parsonage: 632 6th Ave. W.; Church:  Cth Ave. and Musgrave Place
British   Columbia   Conference; Rev. J. F. Dlmmick, Pastor.
Prince Runert, B.C., April 9, 1914.
MR. HARRY HANSON,
"The Reliable  Plumber," Prince Ruper     L.C.:
Dear Sir,—I have great ; ieatjre In certifying to excellent ol
water and heating system that you installed in our parson. :,'e • id
that after six months of opeiaton through the winter months it has
given every satisfaction.
The system heats a thirty-gallon tank of water to boiling temperature in one hour after the fi'.e has been started; it in no way Interferes with the oven for baking purposes. In addition to this the
wall radiator which you pla 6 in dining room and connected with
the range boiler has given :; splendid satisfaction, supplying us
with ample heating throughou the winter, saving us the cost of a
stove and fuel. I mosl heartily testify to the satisfaction and efficiency of your system and i ladlj recommend it.
Sincerely yours,
(Signed) (REV.) .1. F. DIMMICK.
[50 LE    "E11S LIKE THIS.J
HARRY HANSON
THE   RELIABLE   PLUMBER
For the Best in Plumbing and Healing Phone 480.
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George 1). Tite's.
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Corporal ion  of the   City   of   Prince
Rupert, B.C.
PROPOSED    PLANK     ROADWAYS.
SEALED TENDERS will be received up till 5 p.m. Monday, December 21, 1914, for the construe
tion of the i. Mowing plank roads
and sidewalks:
(1) Bacon Street, Tenth Avenue
and Alfred Street.
(2) Borden  Street.
(3) Frederick Street.
Plans may be seen and specifications obtained at the city engineer'!-
office.
The lowest or any tender not
necessarily accepted.
W, McG. MASON,
City  Engineer.
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Coal, Cement, Plaster and Brick
AND A COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDERS' SUPPLIES
WESTHOLME LUMBER CO., LTD.
First Avenue       Prince Rupert        Telephone 186
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MINERAL ACT
Certificate of  Iniur. enrt.t
NOl'lL.'J
"HERBERT," "SADIE," "BARNEY," "MOSQUITO," "RICHARD II,'
"SADIE FRACTION," "BARNEY
FRACTION," and "MOSQUITO
FRACTION"  Mineral  Claims, situate
A. E   Rand, President. J. S. Pearce, Manager
THE PRINCE RUPERT SASH
AND DOOR COMPANY LTD.
MANUFACTURERS
DOORS,   SASH,   MANTLES,   MOULDINGS,     SCROLL     IM     BAN'
SAWING, AND ALL KINDS OF FINISHINGS,   liJORE    UND   OF
PICE  I'I.VI   iIES, HOUSE FINISH /   SPECIALTY
Factory and Oflice: Seventh  Avei    .',  Hays      ov     Circle
Telephone 218 P.O. Box %,;'.        IPrinc:   .In v.i-t, B.C
in.the Portland  Canal  Mining Divi- ft<HKHm>KfflftiMHKHa^^ >*
Where    located:
Creek.
TAKE NOTICE that Portland
Canal Mining Company, Ltd. (Non-
Personal Liability) Free .Miner's Certificate f*o. 80458B, intend, sixty
days from the dale hereof, to apply
to the Mining Recorder for a Cerl
cate of Improvements, for the
pose of obtaining a Crown Grant of
the above claim.
And  further  lake notice thai    ic-
lion, under section 85, must be con
menced before the issue of such C .
tificate of Improvements.
Dated this 30th day of Septemlu
A.D.   191 1. ocl"
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GRANITE      r
GRANITE  of  best  quality  and  thoroughly  tested   for sale
Cut Stone or Crushed  Rock  in
Quant It lis
Vlill, J. .Mel.MOD      Phone Green 211
Camping Supp
PHONE  101. P.O.  DRAWER  101.5 330 SECOND AVI
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For the Household
Delivered to your kitchen
door, like groceries
Budweise
175,000,000 Bottles Yea I
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HE   HIGH   COST  OF    LIVING   RE-
DU( EI) Ijy  111 VTNC VOVIt
Best Quality   Domestic   Lump   Ciuil
*!)..-,;> Per Ton
Host  Quality  Washed   Nil   I mil
88.75 Per Ton
DELIVERED
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Union  Transfer  Co.
Pi Ince Rnpe I, R.C., I1
iPHONfi 551
P.O. BOX    0
That was the demand for Budweiser hist
year.
The Anheuser-Busch Plant covers today
more than 142 acres-equal to 70 city
blocks. It gives steady employment lo
6,000 people, and to 1,500 more in its
branches.
Ever, proci »,evoryrooi mo  date.
Every bottle Is Pasteurize t
I!,: j -Plant, si irti ■
Is i   node! ol
The hundreds of vl Iton .
every day know thai  nothl kind
could be made any better tha . Liu
Anheuser-Busch, St. Louis
The Largest Plant of Its Kind
in the World
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Some of the Principal
Buildings
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PRINCE RUPERT IMP. CO.
Distributors PRINCE RUPERT, B. C.
APERHANGf
AINTING
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WALL TINTING
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MERCHANTS
LUNCHES
THE ROYAL CAFE
has     Initiated     »     system    ol   0
Merchants'    Lunches   at   noon   0
K eacb   day ■;
S     PRICE 35 CENTS
$  Service   in   keeping   with    flan    j
p diiid   established    by    popnlfli
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Send for Five Roses
Cook Book—
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Don't )'>'<n *e «odo« Ten ConU
in mtnp, BEING A MANUAL OF G'X^D  RLClI'l-S cwWIy
cllasci, fffxn ihf corrtributiow ni ovrr |wo t,':-omrx,
MKcrtM/ul un-ti r^ I iv" Rov* Fl'TUf ihromthotil C-utwIa.
Alio LW^ul Notei W (Lc VUKMM d«»<-fi i>t good itiinK*
|t> fnl, all of win. K Snve rwrrt r.tu*-fu!!y iliccltrd «vit.
nxhrtkrd by romin-ttnl .-.■ 'I,■ ■ ■-,
mm your Emclope tn UKE OF THI WOOPS MIUINC CO lIMIIfJ, WINHIPIC
UlBtrlbutora Prince Rupert, B.C
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. Friday, December  11,  1914.
PRINCE RUPERT J0URNA1
" BACK TO THE LAND
Do you realize that the Lakelse und Kltsumkaluni valleys contain over 150,000 acres ot Ihe choicest agricultural hind in the
Province ol liritish Columbia? This land according to Government
reports is especially .soiled to .small fruits and vegetables and results obtained by present settlers in these valleys have proved tills
beyond question. Situated as they are, less than ninety miles
from Prince Rupert, with churches, schools, hotels, und railroad
accommodation, an unusual opportunity is ottered the prospective
farmer.
We are offering .■>- and 10-acre tracts of the very choicest land
in the district. The terms are very easy. A small payment down
und the balance to suit tbe purchaser.
Call and Investigate this Opportunity Today
and let  us prove to you what can he done with live or ten acres in
small fruits and vegetables.
GOVEIINMENT WEATHER
REPORT.*
Kurnlsticd   by   1.   w.    Howling.
For 24 hours ending 5  p.m.
December  10.
.Bar. reduced to sea level. . . .3U.Uilii
Highest  temperature    40
Lowest  temperature 29
Poise  Alarm.
The lire department was called to
Second Avenue last night. There w;ih
believed to be signs of a Are under
the premises occupied by the Beaver
Liquor Company. The fears were unfounded.
Special Offer
Hi' offer 100 acres of good land, partially cleared, with buildings, railroad running through it, for $11.00 per acre. Will be sold
on terms to suit purchaser.
INSURANCE   IN ALL   BRANCHES
MeCAFFERY, GIBBONS & DOYLE
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Court of Revision.
The court of revision tor the city
voters list is now sitting. Yesterday
afternoon a start was made. It will
| Sit again today and in the forenoon
[Saturday. Anyone wishing to make
representations as to any names
should do so before the court closes
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I  TEN MORE PRIZES ADDED
5 1ST  PRIZE KITCHEN
g OA 151 NET
Next ten persons coming
nearest to the number of Puffed Rice in the bottle we will
give each a box of Fry's Chocolates valued at $1.00. With
every $1.00 purchase you gel a
coupon.
Fuller's Grocery
Phone 572 till  3rd  Ave.
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Treatment of   Muskeg.
There will be u meeting in the
City Hall this evening of the Horticultural Society, when A. H. Tomlinson, the provincial horticulturist
here, will address the meeting. His
subject will-be that of the treatment
of muskeg. The meeting will open at
S  o'clock.
Ladies' desks, gilt that is appreciated, furnished in fumed, golden and
mission, ni  George I). Tite's. dO
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The Rexall Stores of Canada
CONTRIBUTE TO
The Canadian Patriotic Fund
T1IK Rexall Stores of Canada, IOO of the leading Drug Stores
in Canada have unanimously agreed to contribute to the
Canadian Patriotic Fund, FIVE PER CENT, of their total pin-chases of all Rexall Toilet Goods, Rexall Remedies and other merchandise manufactured or sold by he United Drug Company, Limited.
Toronto, from October   15th   o December 81st, 1014.
This action of the Rexall Drug Stores of Canada has been
undertaken co-operatively, because as n co-operative organization, they realize Bow much more can be done unitedly than individually, ant? it has been taken for two
reasons to fulliil a humane duty In raising a fund for the
relief work of the Canadian Patriotic Organization, and a
patriotic duty in an endeavor to keep a large staff of
Canadian employees  busy.
The 400 Rexall Stores of Canada make an appeal to your
sympathy and support in their doubly worthy cause for
increasing the funds of th Canadian Patriotic Organization ..nd for the support o Canadian workmen because: —
The fund that would be raised nn the basis of last year's
business can be tremendously increased if every man and
woman in Canada will help a little by the simple process
of purchasing Rexall Goods at the Rexall Stores.
No need to give space in this announcement to emphasize
the high quality of Itexall Toili I and Medicinal goods.
Sullicient lo say that 7,00 of the leading Drug Stores in
Canada, Croat Britain, and the I'niled states place their
personal and collective reputations behind them; that the
public in these countries endorse them to the extent of
several  million  dollars worth of purchases a year.
Belter goods are not made, and you lake no risk in buying, for every Rexall Ston will return you your money if
any Rexall Product is not entirely satisfactory und do it,
too, without  the slightest objection.
There's a full li.-' of Rexall  products  waiting
the Rexall Store in your town.
for  you    a I
Ask for It kindly pass he word along to your friends.
li Is the collecthe purchases of all thai will make tins
Rexall Store Fund for ihe Canadian Patriotic Organization work a bin one.
The l-'iind will i '■ eolleeie from each Rexall Store in Can
ad.-i in the United Urns Company, Limited, Toronto, and
wlll be paid bj them . red to the ofllecrs of the Canadian   Patriotic   ni".'.- ni.uillon, and the amount so collected
will  lie |.ulilisli<-(l  mi  this paper when  paid over
It MX A LI. GOODS ARE MADE I.N  CANADA  and   you   can   procure
them   in your town  only  from
C. H. Orme, The Pioneer Druggist
Two Stores, Phones 82 and 200
The Rexall Store
United Drug Company, Limited
CHRISTMAS   BAZAAR.
The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist
Church will hold a bazaar in the K.
of P. Hall on Saturday, commencing
at ,1:30. It will continue in the after,
noon and evening with a musical
programme. The Welsh Choir will be
in attendance in the evening. There
will be a sale of fancy work, plain
sewing, home cooking and candies.
Santa Clans will be In attendance.
dl2-2t
THE STEAM ENGINEERS
HEM)  ENJOYABLE  SMOKED
Large   (lathering in   K.   of
Last   Xight.
Hall
There was a large attendance in
the R. of P. Hall last night at the
smoker given by the local union of
the International Steam Engineers
About. 250 were present, including
representatives from many of the
other unions In the city.
Mr. Morgan of the Drydock staff
presided and lillell the chair in a
mosl worthy manner. Mayor Newton was present ami delivered an
address.
The programme was a varied one
including songs and speeches, with
boxing and wrestling Interspersed.
Refreshments were served during
the evening with great profusion ann
a most enjoyable evening was spent
by all.
FORTUNATE STATION
AGENT IS  L.   I!.  ROSS
Toronto
The Morning Journal
50 cents per Month
He Has Been Iiefl a Fortune of Over
Half a .Million Dollars,
Last week Mr. L. R. Ross. Intercolonial station or terminal agent al
St. John, New Brunswick, was do-
pendenl on his modesl salary or $:'.-
000 a year. This week he has un estate of more than a quarter of a million,
The late Col. .1. .1. Tucker, al one
time member of parliament for si.
John, who was ne' er married, died
a f'-w days ago, leaving propertj
valued al $fifiai,(i00. After providing
some moderate bequests and remembering certain local charities, Col.
Tucker left the remainder of bis estate, amounting to ?r>40,000, to be
divided equally between a cousin in
England and Mr. Ross, whom he describes as a friend who bad rendered him some services.
Mr. Ross is a brother of the late
Wallace Ross, at one time a competitor with Hanlan for the rowing championship of the world.
Your Christmas Gift
Question Solved
at
Geo. D. Tite's, The Home Furnisher
USEFUL PRESENTS
LEATHER CHAIRS and ROCKERS, many handsome designs
Library Tables, Parlor Tables in Fumed, Golden,
and Mission Finish
Big Discount of 20 per cent, on these lines for Xmas Buyers
ANNUAL GIFT
For every $2.00 cash purchase during December entitles
holder to double chance for Brass Bed, value $75.00 f
and Genuine Wilton Carpet, value $60.    See Window. |
Suggestions for Xmas Buyers
LADIES' DESKS In fumed  ootl,    Early   English
and golden finish.
Indian Leather, Tapestry   und   Cretonne   Cushions,   from   SU up to $10
Oak Pedestals and Ottomans,    Sectional    Hook,
cases.
Just Arrived
Wilton, Brussels and Tapestry Carpet Squares
iu many handsome designs and colorings; special Christmas reductions.
BUFFETS, CHINA CABINETS, ALSO DINING
TABLES AND CHAIRS. ALL RECEIVE SPECIAL   CHRISTMAS  REDUCTIONS.
Early buying gives you the best choice.
Goods bought now will be reserved and sent to address
as instructed
GEO, D. TITE,   The Quality Home Furnisher
Phone 20 Prince Rupert
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HOTEL DIRECTORY
Members  of  the  Prince   Rupeit
Licensed Vintners' Association
Phono !);l
P.O.  Box :(«
WINDSOR    HOTEL
Cor. of First Ave. and  Eighth St.
W. II. Wright, Prop.
HOTEL  CENTRAL
First  Are   and Seventh Si.
European   aud   American   Plan*
$1.00 U. $2.50 Per Day
Peter   Black.   Prop.
KNOX  HOTEL
First     Ave.    Between     Eighth    and
Ninth
European  Plan;   Rutes  50c  U> $1.00
Per Day
Besner   &   Besner,   Props.
EMPRESS HOT'EJ,
i. Y. Rochester V. I). Casley
Third  Ave.  Between Hix'li and
Seventh   St*.
European  Plan;  50c to   $1   Per  Da)
ROYAL HOTEL
Corley ,V  Binges*,  Props
Third   Ave.  and   Sixth   Si.
European  Plan .Steam  Heated
HEAVER     WHOLES 4LE     HQUOII
CO.,  LIMITED
Second   Ate.  und  Sixth  St.
Phone  102
Pacific Cartage Limited
MERCHANTS
We have Warm Storage
Reasonable  Rates
OCEAN FISH CO.
Fresh  Fish Arriving Every Day
) itside Oiders Promptly Attended To
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