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VOL.  III.
PRINCE RUPERT,  B.C., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1914.
Price 5 Cents.
NO. 81.
NAVAL ENTHUSIASM
PERVADES GERMANY
Estimates Passed With Large Increase—Powerful Fleet Is Regarded
as Indispensible to the Future of
the Country—Immense Increase of
Four Hundred Thousand Pounds
NO TRACE OF
TRAIN BANDITS
DILIGENT SEARCH     WAS    MADE
YESTEHDA.     FOR    THREE
MEN WANTED.
Adjacent Islands of the (iiilf Ale Also
Being Diligently
Sea relied.
Bellingham, Feb. 23.—All day yesterday the hunt for the two bandits
who, near Samish, murdered the
three passengers on the Great Northern train, was continued without
success. Enticed by the large reward
offered by the company for the capture of the murderers alive or dead,
hundreds of men and boys tramped
through the woods and patrolled the
r-Ain roads and bridges, while armed
deputies searched out among the adjacent islands of the San Juan
group.
It is thought the bandits escaped
by boat and took refuge on Sucie Island. Deputy Sheriff Bowden has
closely examined the sbore-line, but
has not been able to find a trace of
any boat nor of anyone landing.
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Death of li. Sinpleton.   .
The death occurred" yesterday
morning in Victoria of J. B. Staple-
ton, an old resident of that city.
The deceased has been ailing for
some time. Two daughters are well
known in this part of the province. They are .'Irs. Robert Johnson,
of Inverness, and Mrs. Fr<d Rudge,
of Port Essington. Both of them were
at his bedside when he passed away.
Mrs. Johnson reached Victoria Sunday morning.
O London, Feb. 23.—Beilin telegrams say that a wave of naval enthusiasm has been sent rolling over
Germany. The latest parliamentary
triumph of Admiral Von Tipitz was
reached in the Reichstag on Saturday. The House passed the 1913
naval estimates showing an increase
of £400,000.
The opinion is expressed that in
view of the overwhelming majority
that the temporary improvement in
the Anglo-German relations may not
be permitted to continue for any
time. The influence of the German
naval policy is to establish the sentiment that a powerful fleet is regarded as indispensable iu ensuring Germany's future.
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SEWEIt MAY BE PUT
IN ON BORDEN STREET
REBELS WRECKED
TROOP TRAIN
OVER      FIFTY     PERISH      WHEN
MEXICAN    SOLDIERS    ARE
BEING SENT OUT.
Passenger Ha«l to Buck Up to Escape
Similar F'ate to
Other.
New    Health Inspector    Will    Have
Charge of Department in the
Future.
At the meeting of the council last
night a report recommending that a
sewer be provided on Borden Street
was referred to the city engineer for
report. At the previous meeting of
the council it was pointed out in a
verbal report of the health committee that there were three aldermen
living on the street and if their services were of any value to the city
a sewer was essential.
It was recommended also by tlie
health committee that the city engineer be relieved entirely of this
department and that it be placed under the charge of the new health
inspector. This was acted  upon.
L. J. Conkey, of the Foley, Welsh
and Stewart staff at New Uazelton,
is in the city.
PLASTERING
STARTS TODAY
THE  NEW  PREMIER   PROGRESSING  WELL TOWARDS
COMPLETION.
Ity Early Spring the Hotel  Will  Be
Ready for Occupation It
Is Expected.
Vera Cruz, Feb. 23.—A government troop train carrying a company of infantry from Mexico City
destined for Jalapa was olowu up by
the rebels today. The wreck occurred
near Lima,
All aboard, Including fifty-five officers and men and an English engineer, were killed. A passenger
train in the wake of the troop train
was fired on by the rebels but escaped  by backing up.
The work of plastering the new-
Premier Hotel will start today it is
expected. The material is on bund
for it and the work will be carried
out without, further delay.
Kenneth Munroe says that there
has been some delay waiting for material for the hotel building, so that
it has not progressed as rapidly as
It would otherwise have done. Now,
however, the wafk is going alone
well. By May it is expected that the
work will be done and the new hotel
Keep your eye on  Porl  Edward.   ' ready   for  opeillni
Best Bargains In Rupert Realty
A good lot on plank roadway, Section    Two SfKto
Lot  10, Block 7, Section Two, easy  terms SIOHO
Second Avenue lot, level and fine, 1914    Improvement    tax    paid,
$750 cash, balance G.T.P, • I|tl800
Double  corner,  Fifth  Avenue and  Eberts. good terms $8000
Lane corner, Block 80, Section Six  $1000
Foui-rooill  house and good  lo   in Section Seven;  good terms.   Lot
alone is well worth the price   asked $1000
Lot 7, Block 6, Section Seven, a fine level lot with excellent water
view, $800; $300 cash, balance 6, 12 and 18  months,    7    per
cent. This  lot should bring $li>00 within a few months.
Lot 7, Block 32, Section Seven, $700; $300 cash, 6 and 12 months
Sixth Avenue lot, Block 13, bection   Seven    $1300
Lots 7 and 8, Block 35, Section Eight, Eleventh Avenue, at corner
of city park.property, $1150; $375 cash.
Lot 31, Block 3, Section Eight, $0.'M);  half cash, 6, 12 months lri,
WESTENHAVER BROS.
PHONE 100 . - - SECOND AVE. and THIRD ST.
"A GOOD INVESTMENT IS WORTH  A  LIFETIME   OF   LABOR."
Shipping Arms For Mexican Rebels|HANDLING FREIGHT
ON SHAWATLAN
Since President Wilson has raised the embargo on the shipment of
arms into Mexico, rifle, revolver, pewder and big gun manufacturers in
all parts of the United States are busily engaged in shipping weapons
to the Mexican rebels. Large quantities of arms held at New Orleans,
El Paso, Texas, Presidio and other .oints convenient to Mexico, are being
released from warehouses. The photograph shows arms being packed in
New Orleans for shipment to the Constitutionalists.
City Telephone Made Money
The report of the superintendent of the Telephone Department
made to the city council last evening showed a net revenue for
January of $1,371.38. The repoi' which was presented for the first
month of the year was as follows:
Labor. Material.      Total.
Maintenance     $266.40    $15.63     $281.03
General expenses     U63.90       5.4.15       74S.05
Sinking fund and interest  284.54
Total operating expenses  $1313.62
Total collections for month  2686.00
Net revenue  $1371.38
CAPITAL—
Labor     $  50.70
.Material    ,,,..,, .unroic. >-<        58.72
Total      $109.42
HORTICULTURAL
SOCIETY'S REQUEST
City Council Is Asked to Assist In
the Work—Request Is Made That
Water Be Supplied Free of Charge
For Lawn Purposes During the
Summer Months—Favorable Reception By Members of the Board
There was a delegation from the
Prince Rupert Horticultural Society
before the city council last evening.
It consisted of M. M. Stephens, D.
0. Stewart, A. II. Harris and A. II.
Tomllnson, the Provincial Government horticulturist, The deputation
asked for the removing of restrictions in the matter of using water
for lawns In the dry weather of
summer and also assistance in buying n stumping machine for the city,
The requests nn' with favorable consideration and n formal request in
writing will  be made.
M. M, Stephens, speaking lor the
Society, explained that they were
there to ask for two things. The organization sought to do something
towards beautifyng the city, Later
they might ask for some scheme for
beautifying the hillsides that at
piesent were unsightly. This was not
going to be asked for yet, however,
until tiie city was in better shape.
The Society sought to encourage the
beautifying of the grounds about thi.
homes In the city.
It was proposed with the help of
A. H. Tomlinsbn, the provincial horticulturist, to issue a monthly bulletin giving Information on the best
varieties to plant and other information. This would take about all the
funds available.
It was proposed to ask that during
i the dry months of the summer that
the restrictions with respect to the
use of ,-ta ml pipes on lawns should
not be pressed. The water used would
not be great, and it was felt that in
beautifying the lawns (hey were add-
I ing to the city.
The  Society   proposed  also  to  get
1 ii stumping machine which could be
renti d out to those w ho deslri d to
clear  their  lots.     This   was     rather
j more than the Society could handle
Itself,
Mr Tomllnsor, corroborated the
statements of Mr, Stephens. He said
thai the cheapest machine for stumping would cost aboui $200. The citizens     had  shown  groat   Interest     in
ithis.   He fell   thin   the council   might
well  back  them  up,  Gardening was
| difficult here, but it would be attended with good result.-'. Prince
Rupert could grow many plants, it
I would  not  have ihe cutting    winds
I that  Victoria had.    The    conditions
compared  very favorably with those
in Vancouver.
Aid.    Morrlssey as acting   mayor
i said that he felt very favorably inclined  to the proposition.    The city
'engineer had said that be thought
there  would  be    no    difficulty    In
| granting free water. With respect to
the stumping machine, he also favor-
It Is Proposed to Call For Tenders
For a Launch For the Service-
Only One of These Craft Will Be
Allowed to Operate on That Body
of Water-Plan Adopted By Council
The subject of a launch for Sha-0
watlans Lake to. do the towing in
connection with the putting in cl
the pipe line there came before the
city council last evening. A report
was received from the city engineer
in which the offer of Captain Swan-
sou to put a launch on the lake was
referred to. Several other launch
men had applied as well. The engineer suggested that the city put a
scow on the lake and call for tenders
for a launch to be put on the lake.
One should be awarded the privilege.
Aid. Kerr asked why it was proposed that only one boal be allowed
on  the lake.
Aid. Maltland said there would
not be enough work for more than
one boat.
Aid. Morrison wished to know if
the city could control the boats on
the lake. The city had a right to the
flow of water from the lake, but he
doubted if the city could say that
boats could not ply on it.
Aid. Dybhavn thought that the city
had the right to prohibit boats from
navigating there.
The city engirteer in reply to a
question said that the city would
have 1200 tons to carry on the lake.
Aid Kerr pointed out that what
he wanted to know was whether the
station men getting in supplies would
be protected as to rates.
The engineer said that he under-
NO AID GIVEN
BY DOMINION
Silt     WILLIAM     MACKENZIE     OF
Till: CANADIAN NORTHERN
REFUSED   GRANT.
I Continued on  Last  Page.)
STUDY TREATMENT
OF THE SOIL
HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY   WILL
.MEET THIS EVENING  IN
OITV   HAL!..
Ottawa Governmeul Will Not nt the
Present Time al Least Consider
Proposition.
Ottawa, Feb. 23.—It is stated here
on good authority that Sir William
Mackenzie, head of the Canadian
Northern Railway, who is here at
present, has been advised that for
the immediate present the question
of further Government aid to the
Canadian Northern Railway should
be dropped. It may be dealt with
later In the session.
Sir William has been given to understand that any attempt to pass
such legislation tinder present conditions would be impolitic. The hope is
expressed that prospects may lie
brighter as the session advances.
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A Walk to the Church,
The management of St. Andrew's
Anglican Church propose to put a
roadway from Third Avenue across
private property and along the city
reserve on the side of the hill to the
church as a means of getting better
access to the place from down town.
The permission of the city council
to build on city property was sough!
last night and granted.
JOSEPH   I'LL
Is  HEAD.
A.
H. Tomlinson Will 4ddress
Organization—Plans of Assi
elation to l»c Explained.
iln
Philadelphia, Pa., Feb. 23.— *
Joseph Fels, the millionaire soap *
manufacturer, single tax advo- *
cate anil philanthropist, died *
here today after a brief Illness.   '
This evening in the City Hall the
Horticultural Society will meet, and
discuss the important question of l
the treatment of the soil, particularly the class found in the city. The
discussion will be introduced by A.
H. Tomlinson, the provincial horticulturist. There will be a free discussion of the subject, however, by
those present.
in addition to this interesting
question the plans of the society
will be fully explained to all who
attend. A full attendance is desired
of all who are in any way interested
in the subjects relating to the plant
growing    or beautifying of grounds.
LOT   20,  BLOCK  42,   SEC.    7-
Junction Ninth and  Hays Cove
Avenues
S07.1 on easy term.-,
McCAFFERY
& GIBBONS
Real Estate ami Insurance
Third Avenue    Prince Ruperl
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Majestic Theatre
SPECIAL!
Moving Pictures of Fight Between
Jack Johnson and Fly nn
Excellent Bel  of films showing the two   champions   In   training
quarters, followed by the Prize  Fight.    Only    official    films    ever
presented to the public,
Monday and Tuesday Evening
Special  high-class Programme in addition
Chdnge each evening ...
Rest  yet given
(Continued on Last Page.)
Special Prices 25c and 10c.
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PRINCE RUPHRT JOURNAL
Tuesday, February 24, 1914.
prince iSupetf journal
Telephone  138
O. H. NELSON, Editor.
Office: 128 Third Avenue East,
rear McBride Street. Telephone 138.
PontoMce  Box  607.
DAILY  EDITION.
Published    every morning    except
Monday. Delivered by carrier in the
city at the following ra'e, if paid in
tdvanc : —
One  "ear. . .   . ,?5.00
Six   Months ?2.50
"hree   Months $1.25
One   Month $0.50
WEEKLY EDITION.
Pur'ished ei ry Frld v for clrcu-
Iftion outside the City of Prince
Rupert at $2.00 a yenr, addressed to
points in Canada; or $3.00 a year to
al! points iu the Un'ted Kingdom,
the United States or other "oreign
countries.
Advertising Rates Upon Application.
Tuesday,  February  24,  1914
PRAISE   FOR   SOCIALIST.
,\'ot long ago ihe Liberal party In
British Columbia had nothing but
abuse for the Socialist members in
the Legislature. Now with the Liberals completely routed from that
body and the Socialists the sole representatives of un opposition there
is very fulsome praise being bestowed upon Parker Williams by the Liberal press. A while ago the Socialist,
leader was everything vile. Now, it
would appear, be has suddenly become brilliant.
PRIM E   RUPERT'S CLIMATE.
A     study    of
throughout    the
time affords an opportunity to learn
that Prince Rupert is one of the
most favored spots in point of weather in North America. We have before us the records for about a week
ago. It shows that Prince Rupert
bar, been Laving at the warmest period of tho day practically the same
temperature as San Francisco. It is,
moreover, the only other city on the
Coast that has had this favored conditio.. Taking February 17, Prince
Rupert' high! I temperature was
58, which was the same as San Francisco. Victoria, tho came day, had as
its highe
pary  38,
Tunto 2"
14    Again
conditions
pert  and •'
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lected. 1
tin ■ si ■ -
aff tirs. 1
weather-beaten wrecks cast forth a
suffering groan from the shores of
Prince Rupert, one an ex-mayor aud
one an ex-preacher, and both exhausted in their efforts to separate
themselves from their entanglements
of slime and political mire. In their
efforts to resurrect themselves, like
all drowning people, they care not
who else they may drag down to ob-
mo has seen fit to elect for six coning from this forlorn hope, we find
the ex-mayor and the ox-preacher
making rantic efforts to bury Mr.
Wm. Manson midst their own slimy
surroundings, It is more than re-
gretlable to see a pantomime of
such talent seeking to fasten its
poisonous fangs around one of Xa-
ture's gentlemen, In scurrilous attacks by any one or group ot men
upon a man of Mr. Manson's sterling
character and Integrity whom ihe
province lias seen fit to appoint to
more than one position of trust, ever
faithfully performed, whom Nanai-
moh as seen fit io elect for six consecutive times for their mayor, the
first Government Agent in Prince
Ruperl, honorably filled the mayor's
chair in this city, and tbe people of
Skeena District have imposed confidence in him for iwo consecutive
terms;' such a record is no doubt
held in an envious light by small,
egotistical minds. It savors bad from
a man that at the late municipal
campaign openly avowed himself to
have no political party affiliations,
purely and simply Independent; and
the ink was scarcely dry on the
election returns announcing his defeat for mayor when lie at once rode
jon the front seat in the band wagon
of Liberalism, and now benignly
the temperatures j serves as the president of the Lib-
continent at this | era] Association, and his colleague,
the ex-preacher, groaning under the
labors of muck-raking everything
from a glacier in McNlcholl Creek
to a muskeg hole in Cloyah Creek to
find refuse to fire at Bowser. Oh,
pity it is to have to take passage in
a craft manned and officered by such
a crew of mutineers. Many a golden
hope has been blasted between the
hills of the Yukon and the Parliament buildings at Victoria, and history is fast shaping itself to be repeated.
As a Liberal of the old school
that stood out in bold relief when
Liberal knighthood was In bloom I
can only stand by with my good old
friend Bill Lynch and bow a gallant
head in shame at the unprincipled
methods, the disreputable political
ambitions and the want of the
simplest form of political diplomacy
now in practice.
Yours truly,
LIBERAL.
Prince Rupert, Feb, 23, 1914.
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I 48, Vancouver 40,   Cai-
Portland, Ore.., 4 4, To-
. John \G. and Halifax
ii February 18, similar
•evailsd with Prince Ru-
Froncisco 58, Victoria
iver 4:'. '>nd the other
tlmilar conditions to the
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S. S. PRINCE GEORGE
FRIDAY 9 a. m.
FOR
SUNDAY 6 p.m.
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA AND SEATTLE
For points east of Chicago and the Atlantic Seaboard, connecting with principal ATLANTIC STEAMSHIP LINES use Hie (JI'.ANI)
TRUNK   RAILWAY  SYSTEM, the double-track  route.
For full particulars and through tickets to all points apply to
ALBERT DAVIDSON, General Agent, G.T.P. Ticket Office, Third
Avenue.
Extremely low  third-class rates now in effect
TO AND FROM EUROPE
ALBERT DAVIDSON, General Agent, Hurt  Block, Prince Rupert,
Agency    nil   Atlantic       Steamship       Lines.
C. P. R. COAST STEAM-
SHIP SERVICE
PRINCESS
BEATRICE
Southbound Sunday
8 p. m.
Cor. Third Ave. and Sixth SI J. G. McNAIt. OeueraJ Agent
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HOTEL DIRECTORY
MEMBERS OF PRINCE RUPERT LICENSED VINTNERS ASSOCIATION
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WINDSOR HOTEL
Cor, of First Ave. and Eighth St.
;
W. H. Wright, Prop.
HOTEL CENTRAL
First Ave. and Seventh Street
European and American Plan
$1.00 to $2.50 per day
Peter Black, Prop.
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KNOX HOTEL
PACIFIC TRANSFER COMPANY
General Teaming
Office 606 Third Are. Phon- OH
Safe, Pinno, Furniture and Baggage
Moving Carefully and Promptly Done
STORAGE AND FORWARDING
COAL AND WOOD
Skeena Land
District-
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clli  ates on the Pawn-    i  '" a i'tle time
•rablic of this,    but
nd Prince itupert
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water system.
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SALE  Ol-    LOGS,
ition    for the    purchase of
39, 120 t. el of In is I] Ing in Kunn flit   in    , Gi  ir. He Channel, ai  i
-   i   i rlco ol   $5.00  per thousand,!
TAKE NOTICE that I, Archibald
Beavan, of Victoria, B.C., occupation
Canneryman, intend to apply for
permission to lease the following
described lands: Commencing at a
post planted at. the south-east corner or Lot 2222, thence, following
ihe shoif in an easterly direction 60
chains more or less to the south-
-A.st corner of Lot 2223, thence
north 76 chains more or less; thence
west 00 chains; more or less to the
nortiieaft corner of Lot 2222; thence
soutli, following the east boundary
of Lot 2222 to point of commence-
iik' t and containing 425 acres, more
or    ass
icated   February  5th   1914.
ARCHIBALD BEAVAN, Locator.
Fred G. Bacon, Agent.
ited    ' bruary 6th, 1914. f7
WATER NOTICE.
"WATER ACT"    AND    AMENDING
ACTS.
Before the Board of Investigation.
In the matter ni Alder Creek, Atlin
Lake, Alsek River, Boulder Creek,
Birch Creek, Big Spruce Creek, Big
Horn Creek, Beaver Lake, Bennet
Lake, Carrion Creek, Consolation
Creek, Chilkat R'ver, Clear Creek,
Dominion Creek, Dixie River, Elk
Lake, Eureka Creek, Eagle Creek,
Eldorado Creek, Edgar Lake, Fourth
of July Creek, Gold itun Creek, Graham Creek, Homan River, Johnston
Creek, Jarvls Creek, KlehinI .Liver,
Ledgewood River, Little Spruce
Creek, LindemanH Lake, Moose
Lake, McKinley Creek, McKee Creek,
Nelson Lake, Pine Creek, Otter
Creek, Otter Lake, Quartz Creek,
Pike River, Ruby Creek, Rose Creek,
Spruce Creek, Surprise Lake, Snake
Crc-ck, Sloko Lake, Tar.ish Lake, 'ii't-
shi Lake, TatstiensMni River, Willow
Creek, Wright Creek, Wilson Creek
and all other steams in the Atlin
Water District, as defined on Page
6476 of the British Columbia Gazette
of the 31st July,  1918.
Iii        I  for a Licence to take
am n I to store or pen    back
wa       i 111  be made under the "Wa-
over and  above  the cost of
i nd    c li   ;, will be received al  :■ .
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the 31sl  day of December, 1913, to    ' , i' .-,
a   lirected  lo forward on or before applli
tli" Comptroller ol   Water Rights nt  t,le„    '
:  e   Parliament   Buildings,   Victoria,
i stati - lenl of claim in writing at- ■■
quired  bv  Section   2S  of  the  Wate
\ci ns amended.  Printed forms fi i
such statement (Form No. GO foi ii
rlgntion or Form No. 51 for    other
purposes) can be obtained from any
of the Water Recorders in the Province.
The Board of
talmlat
object
?i> c due notice or the tim     n : , Is V
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British     Columbia,   as
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ownsite Co., Ltd.
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NOTICE.
To Mr. Blanke.ubei'g, formerly of
Graham Island, B.C. Take notice
that unless amount incurred for
repairs and storage on engine Is
not paid within thirty days from
jlnte engine will lie sold to rover
cents. Rupert Marino Ironworks
fi Supply Co., Ltd., H, D Robinson, Manager, No' i muer i8, 19 131
First Ave. Between Eighth and Ninth
European Plan
Rates 50c. to $1.00 per day
Besner & Besner, Props.
EMPRESS HOTiEL
J. Y. ROCHESTER V. D. CASLEY
Third Ave. Between 6th and 7th Sts.
European Plan
5oc. to $l.oo per day
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L.O.L.
Meets second and fourth Friday in
each month |n K. of P. Hall.
Helgerson Block, rd Ave. and 6th St
Recording Secretary, Box 324
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Civil Engineers and Surveyors
Princp   Rupert, B.C.
Waterworks, Water Power, Wharf
Construction, Reports, Plans, Dominion and Provincial Land Surveying,
Electric Blue Printing, Negatives and
White Prints.
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Harrison W. Rogers
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A. FADLDS, N.I. HE.
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J. L. PARKER
MINING ENGINEER
Prince Rupert, B. C.
Open f r Consultation and Mine
Examination
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Prince Rupert Inn
Snap
Park Avenue
Lot 36, Block 27,
Section 1
At $3,800, one
third Cash Balance
6,12 & 18 months
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STORAGE
Forwarding,  Distributing   and
Shipping Agent
Special attention given to storage of  Household  Goods  and
DuliGLAS    SUTHERLAND
606   Third   Avenue
P.O. Box 007 Phone 202
Under New Management.
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GOVERNMENT WEATHER
REPORT.
Furnished by   P. W. Bowling,
For 24 hours ending 5 p.m.
February 2.'i.
Bar. reduced io sea level... .29.418
Highest   temperature 46.u
Lowest  temperature 3S.li
Rain  .     .07
Port Edward taxation will be very
low.
Department  of Naval  Service of
Canada.
Tenders will be received at noon
on Saturday, March 21st, 1914, for
the supply of Steaming Coal to vessels lying at Prince Rupert, B.C.
Forms of tender may be obtained
on application to the undersigned.
The lowest or any tender not
necessarily accepted,
ISgd.)   GEO.   PHILLIPS,
.Naval  btore Officer.
K.M.C.  Dockyard, Esquimau, B.C.
TIMIIKR  SALE   MOO.
Sealed tenders will be received by
the Minister of Lands not later than
noon on the -"itli day of March, 1914
for the purchase of Licence XI00,
being 1,146,000 feet of timber adjoining T.I.. :i:;:il4, on the Scotia
River, Range 5, Coast District. Three
years will be allowed for Ihe removal
of the timber.
Particulars of the Chief Forester,
Victoria,   B.C. fS
William T. House
B. C. LAND SURVEYOR
215 Second Ave.       Phone 43
P. O. Box 518
Prince .Rupert, B. C.
Phon? 150
IHE INSURANCE PEOPLE
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Life
Marine
Accident
Plate Glass
Employers' Liability
Contractors' & Persona! Bonds
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TENDER  FOR STEEL PIPE.
Sealed tenders endorsed 'Tender
for Steel Pipe" will be received by
the undersigned not later than 12
noon of Saturday, 7th of March,
1914, for the supply of approximately 10,000 feet of 4."i-incli and 12,000
feet of 18-incli lapwelded steel pipe.
Specified form of tender, etc., may
be obtained at the office of City Engineer, Prince Rupert, B.C.
The council does not hind itself to
accept the lowesi  or any tender.
ERNEST A. WOODS,
City Clerk.
City Hall, Prince Rupert, B.C.   2tfll
LINDSAY'S CARTAGE &ST0BAGE
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Tor permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a posl planted about 40 chains
westerly following shore line and 2S
cliulnB south from a creek which
flown into Deadmans Inlet, at the
south-easterly end thereof, said post
being about 20 chains south ol the
north-west corner of application to
purchase No. 82280, being ungazet-
ted survey lot 2148; thence south
10 chains, thence east 40 chains,
thence north 40 chains, thenci wcsi
10 chains lo this post, contalnig
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it is in'  Intention to lesui i ■
plratlon of   no month Rfti. flrsl
publli ,i Ion  hei tl of
the certificate   I tltlo lo the c i">.r>-
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GREAT DISCOUNT SALE!
High Class Jewelry
Beginning Wednesday, February 11th
We shall hold our first Discount Sale, and it is going to be a real one. We require the money as well
as the space for incoming stocks in preparation for the larger business that will be here with the linking
of the Transcontinental.   We are going to offer the most phenominal bargains ever known in the city.
Our entire stock consisting of Diamonds, Jewelry, Sterling Silver, Silver Plate, Cut
Glass, Clocks, Souvenir Goods, Etc., is at your disposal for the next twenty days
Do not overlook this opportunity to secure high grade goods while selling at such
an extremely low figure.   Everything goes regardless of cost.
Corner of 2nd Ave
and Sixth Street
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GAMBLING CASES
ADJOURNED
NOMINAL  I'l.M'.'S   INFLICTED
A FFW INSTANCES BY
MAGISTRATE,
Legal  Adviser Arrived on Scene
Takes   Exception to
Proceedings.
IN
mid
Yesterday morning a start
made with the hearing ot the alleged
gambling case by Police Magistrate
Carss. All was proceeding well, with
convictions in the different cases
called, when L. W. Patmore appeared
on a hurry-up call from one of the
men and immediately upon his arrival the situation changed. The arrival of counsel resulted In exception being taken to the procedure,
with the result that an adjournment
was taken until today to allow of
the consulting of authorities.
About four or five    of those who
were in  the Two  Star  Hotel     when
line. He could not consent to undo
what had been done.
.Mr. Patmore wanted to know what
the evidence was against the men.
The magistrate said they had admitted the offense and on that admission lie had  fined  them.
Mr. Patmore wanted to know if
i (hey pleaded guilty.
Magistrate Carss said that he had
nsked the question as to their being
guilty or inn guilty. The offenders
had not pleaded either way, but had
started in and explained what was
w:ls'done. On that admission he had
found them guilty.
Mr. Patmore objected that this
was not the proper course lo follow
under British practice. The accused
should plead. Mis Information was
that the men were prepared to plead
"not guilty." Having done that, the
evidence should be produced on
which  lo convict  them.
The magistrate felt thai his course
had been a correct one. He had no
diiubt as to the guili Of the men. If
this were allowed lo go on il would
lead to further troubles in the illy.
He consented, however,    to adjourn
SIR WILFRID AND
TRANSCONTINENTAL
HOW FORMER  PREMIER MISLED
THE PEOPLE OF   CANADA
ON  SUBJECT.
Charges In Connection With Railway
Will  Be Six Times   Wliat He
Represented.
the police made the raid on Saturday, ,„„ casea untii the ,,ex, nav ,„ „)i0,v
night, were convicted by the police
magistrate, who, from what was
told by those who were there playing, concluded that there was a
technical violation of the Acl and
that they were gambling in the
house. It was admitted by tbe men
that there were aboul five tables al
which games wire played with
cards. The loser had treated the
v. ole table either to sofl drinks or
ti   cigarB generally.
The owner ul the house was fined
$25.
ii was jnsi in thai stage of the
game that Mr. Patmore arrived, having been sent for by ihe men incused. He enquired Into Hie proceedings as far as they had gone and at
once took exception.
The magistrate said thai If there
was any dissatisfaction with the results that an appeal could be taken.
He was convinced that there was a
breach of the law. He had felt,
however, that the men did not know-
that they were breaking the law in
the matter und accordingly he had
imposed the lowest fine he had ever
111 ted for gambling, $5.00, Including costs. Had ho been convinced
that these men knew what they
wire doing In violating the law he
would have inflicted a much heavier
the points raised by Mr.  Patmore to
hi- looked into,
HANDLING FREIGHT
ON SHAWATLAN
(Continued from Page One.)
stood tiii.- would he Included in the
city's supplies.
The advisability of having Hi
launch required n> carry city officials like the engineer while on duly
was raised and ii was suggested that
Mils he Included In the contracl entered into.
The report was adopted,
Road  Decking,
Tenders for fir decking for plank
roadways in t'm city were opened at
the council meeting last evening.
Two tenders were received. The
Weslholine Company's bid for $18.80
was awarded the contract. Prince
tvuperi Lumber Company bid $19.oo
a thousand.
Buy a lot in  Port  Edward  before
the railway Is completed.
Sir Wilfrid  Laurier's promise that
the    Grand Trunk Pacific    Railway
would cost the people of Canada only
$13,000,000  has often been    quoted
and sometimes misrepresented. What
the  former  premier said  in   Parlia-
| ment was that "the sum total of the
money  to  be  paid   by   the  Govern-
■ ment  for  the construction    of that
i line  from   Moncton   to  the     Pacific
I Ocean  will  be  In  the  neighborhood
j of  twelve or  thirteen     million  dol-
| lai'H and not a cent more." Sir Wilfrid did  not  claim  that the eastern
section would be built for that much
money.    One government    estimate
was $53,000,000, and a higher   one
] was $61,000,000. This was to include
ja large part of the cost of the Que-
I bee Bridge, Sir Wilfrid was contend-
[ Ing  that  final  Government     (lability
i would  be only seven years'  Interest
nn the cost.    All ihe rest would he
borne i>y the company,
The country is now in a position
in check up Sir Wilfrid's statement
on his own Interpretation. The east-
cm section will have cost at the end
of this year $101,000,000 to which
we may add, as Sir Wilfrid did, the
Interest during construction,    brlng-
lolal    above    $180, ,000,
Seven years' simple Interest at four
per rem. on this sum Is $50,400,000.
Two-fifths of the ciisi nt' the Quebec
Bridge, Included by Mr. Fielding In
Ills estimate, Will add some $7,000,-
000, Iii addition $6,000,000 In casn
has been paid in respect to the
western section under the famous
"Implement" clause by which the
late government undertook to make
up lo the company all that it should
lose by selling lis three per cent,
bonds at  a  discount.
This amount would have been
much larger but for the tact that
the present government Is itself buying tiie guaranteed bonds at. par to
escape paying one-fifth of their face
valjie  to  the  company.  The   loss  by
this purchase will he another $."i,-
000,000, but leaving this out we
have an amount six times I hat which
Sir Wilfrid declared would be the
utmost cent of direct liability. This
supposes that, the Grand Trunk Pacific Company will take over the
railway at the cost and carry out the
undertaking according to a contract,
paying interest after seven years on
the total expenditure by the government. The fixed charges against the
company will be over $5,000,000 a
year ou the Eastern section alone
—or about $3000 per mile—which
is, we believe, more than double
those of any other Canadian railway.
To Allot Stations.
At the council meeting last evening it was announced that six stations had been laid off on the pil>e
line of the hydro-electric proposition.
There were about twelve gangs that
had applied for stations. It was proposed to have these draw for places.
Wain Itecognitloii.
The British Columbia t'nion Steam
Engineers wrote the cou cil last
evening asking that they be recognized as was done in southern cities.
The organization represented itselt
as purely Canadian. The letter was
referred  to the board of works.
Wants Walks and Water.
H. E. Gampp petitioned the council last night for a plank walk where
he was building. This was referred
to the board of works. He also desired water beyond Conrad Street.
This was also referred to the committee.
Coal Weighing.
A report from the city purchasing
agent last night relative to weighing
coal was referred to the board or'
works for report. The means of securing a weigh-man had been referred to Mr. Brooksbank, who suggested as the only solution that
someone be allowed to put up a
stand for magazines, etc., there and
work the weigh scales on a commission.
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Telegraph to .Smithers.
P. W. Dowling, district superintendent of the Dominion Government
Telegraph Service, returned on Sunday from a trip along the line of the
Grand Trunk Pacific as. far as Telk-
wa. He reports the weather good In
the interior and it was reported that
work was going along well on the
railway line. A telegraph connection
from the main line of the Dominion
Government wire to Smthers is now
being given.
Electric Light Gives Revenue
The report of the Electric Light. Plant for the month of January
showed a nei revenue to the city of $2750.77. The report which
was presented last night at the council meeting showed the following:
EXPENDITURES.
Labor. Material. Total.
General ion       $842.20       $2667.15       $3409.6,ri
Maintenance         184.60 116.47 301,07
General expenses       476.75 17i.0ii 652.80
Sinking fund and interest    556,93
Total operating expenses  ?ii010.4fi
REVENUES.
Light and power accts. .$9443.11
Service charges        27.00     $9470.50
Rebates   1709.30
Net earnings    $7761.22
Net revenue  $2750.77
CAPITAL ACCOUNT.
Labor     $  35.50
Material   '..     185.82
Total      $221.32
Want Power Reduced.
At the council meeting last evening a petition was presented by users of city electric power, day load,
asking that It bo reduced from 9
cents to 6 cents per k.w. hour. In
Vancouver as low as 2 cents was
secured. This was referred to the
light committee.
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Liable to Arrive.
In reply to a question put by Aid.
Morrison as to the movements ot
the mayor, Aid. Morrissey as acting
mayor last night stated that he had
no information to give relative to
the mission of the mayor. He said
that Mayor Newton was liable to be
home Friday, however,
.Christian Science. Meetings.
These meetings are held in tbe
Hays Block, Second Avenue. .Sunday
service at 7:30 p.m. Sunday School
| meets in the afternoon at 2:30.
I Testimony meetings Wednesday at
i 8 p.m. Reading room is open every
, day from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m., except
I Sundays and legal holidays.
|  o	
St. Patrick's Concert.
Arrangements have been made for
the holding of a St. Patrick's Day
concert on March 17. A meeting has
been held for the purpose of organizing a committee to take charge of
it, when the following were elected:
President. Aid. Morrissey; vice-president, E. V. Gibbous; secretary, Richard Moore; treasurer, Rev. Father
Btinoz; programme committee, J.
McNulty, J. C. Brady and R. Roach.
The intention Is to provide an excellent concert as usual.
HORTICULTURAL
SOCIETY'S REQUEST
(Continued From Page One)
ed it as to aid being given. It
might be used in the clearing of the
cemetery  and   other   city   property.
Aid. Morrissey asked the Society
to put Its request in writing.
Mr. Stephens said this would be
done.
Port Edward offers ideal    industrial sites.
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