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Array The Journal
$5.00
a year
Mmmt }<mtval
High Class
Job Printing
in all Lines
VOL.  III.
PRINCE RUPERT,  B.C.,   TUESDAY,  FEBRUARY  1(1, 1914.
Price 5 Cents.
SO.  09.
SPECULATION AS
TO HOUSE SCENES
Imperial Parliament Opens Today-
All Kinds of Rumors as to What
Will Result From the Meeting-
Plans Formulating to Secure Defeat of the   Present  Government
London, Feb.    9.-  The    ImperialO-
Parllament will meet tomorrow It is
acknowledged in an ugly nidod. No
inconsiderable section of the opposition members are begging Bonar
Law lo assent to extreme measures
to bring the business of the House
to a standstill be concerted cries of
divide and a refusal to allow any
ministerial or other speeches until
Premier Asquith agrees to a general
election or the exclusion of Ulster
from the operation of the Home
Rule Bill.
The Unionist leader hesitates to
consent to any such disorderly methods whioh it is realized would of a
certainty be used against the Unionist party when it was returned to
power. Another Unionist proposal is
to have the House of Lords, were
the Unionists in the majority, carry
the Army Bill making it Illegal to
use military force in Ireland.
The Government is alive to the
grave aspects of the situation that is
presenting itself. This is shown by
,ji speech made by Joseph Devlin,
who is regarded as the most uncompromising of the Nationalist leaders.
He has applied to Carson to accept
the Home Rule principle, assuring
him that the Nationalists will then
grant whatever is desired in the way
of concessions for Ulster.
JHWELHV   lt.\r.<:AI.\H.
COLD STORAGE
HAS BAIT SUPPLY
CANADIAN    FISH & COLD    STOR-
AGE    CO.    HAS     FROZEN
ENOUGH   HERRING.
Change Is Made in the Regulations
Here More Will  Be
Required.
FORTY CLERGYMEN AID IN
CONSTRUCTION OF CHURCH
The Canadian Fish & Cold Storage Company has been laying in a
stock of herrings for bait during the
past few weeks. G. H. Collins, the
manager of the company, says that
his company has already in storage
at the works about sufficient to
meet tbe demands of the company's
halibut Bteamers for the coming summer.
If the regulations advocated by H.
S. Clements, M.P., whereby foreign
vessels may come in and buy bait
are put into effect the demand for
bait will be materially increased and
a larger supply will need to be put
up here.
SPEAKS HIGHEY OF
GOVERNMENT
Clergymen of various denominations sought ii 1 /.me way to aid
"Billy" Sunday, the famous revivalist during his visit to Scranton, Pa.,
and finally concluded lo build (he Billy Sunday Tabernacle. Money was
not any too plentiful, however, and the result was determination on the
part of the ministers to build the Tabernacle themselves. The photograph shows some of the forty clergymen of different denominations
during a moment of rest. "Billy" Sunday who was once as great a baseball player as he Is now a preacher, will have to divide public space with
no less a personage than "Billiard Hall" Jack Rose, the notorious informer who was set. free as a result of his testifying against former
Police Lieutenant Charles Becker and the gunmen. Jack Rose recently
turned evangelist and delivered his rirst lecture last week and though he
lacked  the oratorical finish, he made up for it in earne-iness.
President of the White Pass & Yukon
Railway Lauds Work That Is Being Done for the North—Suggests
at Annual Meeting of Company
That   Steamship    Service   Start
INSPECTOR HAS
BEEN SELECTED
LEX   PORTER  TO  HAVE CHARGE
OF THE SANITARY    WORK
OF   THE   till..
.Many   Applicants   Were  Seeking  Ihe
Office—The One Named Was
General choice.
As a result of the consideration of
the applications for a sanitary inspector for the city, choice was made
last evening of Len Porter, who is
well known in the city. He is regarded as a good choice, being absolutely
trustworthy. There was a long list of
applicants for the post. The committee bad, however, cut. the number
down to seven, .who were considered
the best available for the post from
the whole number of applicants.
These were J. T. Richards, L. E.
Porter, W. Tattersall, .1. S. Pearse,
T. W. Saville, L. Porter an-d H.
Smith.
When the names were submitted
Continued on Page Three.
As will be seen by consulting the
advertising columns, K. \V. Cam
erou i» offering special prices in tbe
jewelry line. The stock which is carried by the house is of the very
best and there Is a splendid stock
to draw from.
The special discount offered
should induce ready selling In all
lilies carried by Mr. Cameron. This
is apparently the time to buy in this
line.
AUTO COMPANY
HAS NO CLAIM
OPINION     GIVEN   IJV  THE     CITY
SOLICITOR WITH  RESPECT
DAMAGE TO MACHINE.
Some  Unauthorized    Person     Placed
Plunks on the Roadway Near
Hospital.
'Tiie Prince Rupert ..uto Company
put in a claim to the city for $25.50
for damage done one of tho company's machines while driving along
near the hospital.
The city engineer reported on the
matter to the effect that the city
had planks there, but they were not
on the plank roadway, being piled
Off the road. Investigation had
shown that the planks were placed
on the street apparently by some unauthorized person.
The city solicitor ill turn dealt
with the matter in a reporl to the
board of works. Inasmuch as Investigation had shown that the city was
not responsible for the planks being
there, but thai they had been placed
by some one maliciously or iu fun,
the city could not be held responsible.
The board of works, in the face
of the reports of the city officials,
recommended that nothing be done
except to reply to the letter of the
company.
This report was adopted.
BANK HAS TAKEN OVER
REST OF CERTIFICATES
The City Will Get 96 for $371,000 Worth of Treasury Issue Completing the
Whole Block Originally Authorized—Financial House Does Not Advise IE'
Attempting to Sell Any Long Term Debentures at the Present Time
The Bank of .Montreal, as the
financial agent of the city, has
agreed to place the remaining block
of treasury certificates which were
prepared two years ago and of which
a good pari was placed at the time.
There yet remained £81,000 worth
of these and they are not to be disposed of by the bank which undertakes  to  place  them.
This issue matures in 1915 at the
same time as the original part that
was taken before. They bear interest
at 5 per cent, and are sold at !)6,
with half of one per cent, additional
charges In connection with them,
yielding therefore Of'  1-2.
Of this part there is due the Provincial Government about $125,000,
which the city is under agreement
to take care of out of this issue.
That amount, in fact, should go
automatically through the bank to
the Government. The bank in placing this Issue advises tiie city not
to be too ready to dispose of remaining long-term bonds, evidently
scenting an increasing market. The
advice is that It would ot be wise
to do so until the Grand Trunk Pacini-, is through and the population
lias Increased. The council, i- is said,
will not attempt to pia -<■ more jusl
now, awaiting :he .mprovement in
the market when    the bond- to take|
care of the certificate issue now out'ply by wire London. Eng., urgent.,
or being put out  will be sold if pos-       " 'City    endeavoring  provide     fur
sible. ; further    requirements  by  sale    say
At the council meeting last even-j twenty-year 6 per i-etiT. bonds In Aining the finance committee reported erica. This seems best method meet-
upon the    situation,    recommending  ing  situation.'
tbe sale to the bank of the certifl-i "I will be obliged if you will let
cates referred to. The correspondence me have a reply as early as pos-
in  this connection     passing  between : sible.
the mayor and .1. M. Clancy, the] "In the event of the above sale
manager of the local branch of the'being arranged I believe that no dif-
Bank of Montreal, was read. It was' ficulty would be experienced in ob-
as follows: I taiuing advances for the bank until
Under date of B'ebruary 5, Mr. such time as the money is paid to
Clancy   wrote     as   follows     to   the| the   city.
mayor:
"The general manager telegraphed
as follows in reply to my letter of
the 21st tilt., enclosing your letter
of the same date:
" 'Referring toy our letter of ihe
21st January, first and second questions  permanent    London,  Eng., 1s-
"Yours  truly,
.1.  M, CLANCY,
"Manager."
On the same date the mayor    replied as follows:
"J.  M.  Clancy,  Esq.:
"Hear Sir,—Re offer treasury certificates.   In  reference to your letter
<\m Impracticable,   Inadvisable until of  the  -"th   Instani   relating   to  the
G.T.P. Railway completed and popu- sate of treasurj   certificates for the
■'•: February, be accepted and that
you be requested at once to take
the necessary steps to see that, the
offer is carried cut as quickly a-
possible.
"If there are any steps you wish
the  city  to take In connectli     v
the  matter 1  hope that you   will  lei
us  know   what  they  are at once.
"This acceptance has no reference
whatever to the latter part of the
letter from the geiie.-al manager
with regard to Mie sale of twenty-
year 0 per cent, bonds. The offer
that we are accepting relates to the
sale of £81,000 treasury certificates
of the city of Priuce Rupert, bearing
5 per cent., payable on the first day
of June, A.D. 1915.
"I remain,
"Yours  truly,
"S.   M,   NEWTON."
0.  I..  Dickenson, president of the
White     Pass    &     Yukon     Railway,
speaking  at   the  annual   meeting  of
thai   organization   In     London   last
month,  said: \
v
I  cannot speak   too  highly  of  the
attitude of the presenl Canadian
Government in lending their assistance to new projects for the development of the Yukon. This year the
Government appropriated an additional sum of $50,000 for the improvement of the overland trail between White Horse and Dawson, and
it is expected that additional appropriation will be made so as to
place the trail In such shape as to
admit of the use of automobiles for
the transportation of freight and passengers, thus eliminating the present expensive methods of handling
traffic on the trail and lessening the
cost of transport to the public. The
Government is also considering a
proposition for the construction of
a dam at Miles Canyon, near White
Horse, the head of navigation, for
the purpose of storing and controlling the flood waters which will
improve the transportation conditions at all stages of water In the
river, and will ensure a longer "season of open navigation. We confidently hope an appropriation for
this purpose may be made in Ottawa
during this winter, particularly as
the amount of money required Is so
very small as com pare.i with the
benefit to lie derived. The work
could be started as soon as the
money could be available.
As i result of conditions growing
out of a policy spread over a i.eriod
of years of handling business destined to Dawson, a very serl ius
situation arose- which threatened to
to the St, Michael's route a
porl Ion of tiie- traffi whi lb
we fell should properlj be routed
over  our  line.   Negotiations   for  the
i Continued   on   Page  Thr< e I
WHITE STAR LINE
RESPONSIBLE
COURT ill-' APPEAL  IN   ENGLAND
FINDS  lil.AMi:   ATTAOHKD
IN   THANK    WRKCK.
Tli(. Ni.n-liiiliiliiy Clause in Ticket la
Held to Be lllejral
One.
London, Feb. 9.—The court of appeal has dismissed the appeal taken
by the White Star Line relative to
the loss of the Titanic. In the judg-
menl given the courl has declared
III igal the conditions ■ rlnted qn ihe
back    of tii   ticket exempting    the
The report of the finance commit- company from liability tor loss by a
tee recommending the acceptance of Passenger even   through     the  negil-
s    tfer wis  idopted  by the coun-lsence of  the    company's    servants.
lation   Increased.    Third, subject  in city of Prince Rupert 1 have to say ii!  last   nlghl
Immediate reply  Hank of Montreal,
London, Eng., cable believe can sell
cs 1,0011 Prince Rupert    .". per cent,
treasure   certificates  clue  first  June,
1916, similar in all respects to exist-
The quesi l<5n  ol   the legalltj  ...    s
a
It is tho intention of the   iojii       exemption    lause  was  raised    in
to make as early a start aa      --.;..■'-     case brought I    a farmer    In
that  your  letter   hat   i" en   refern .1
in an Informal meeting of I lie   oun-
cil at which were presenl practical!    upoi       e   hydro-e  ictrlc  propo ' '-: foi loss of his sou
all Hie members, onl>  two being ab-        the i   j   from   v\    dworl     Lake  i:; '''   Titanic dlsasti
sent, one   of whom ll is known    is so that  the lummei   may r      he a '■ ■■ -   Justice  .-r  Roland   V
Ing   £200,000    ai   8(1   flal     London,  favorable  to  thi-  reply, and   1   feel  lowed   to    ass befoi     l n-orl   i    liams    In  delivering  his    Judgment
Fug., term-: less 1-t per cent, stamp sure that  Ihe other will alsi
duty, also l-:; per cent; commission.. this meeting li was determlni       is
Payment, on arrival certificates, Re-.the offer Bel oui In the lettei  ol    ie
andei   wa
Vi .•■. ■  ■ •   In   T ..<■  ,|i	
M. P. Mi-Cafl'ery has returned
from the south. During his absence
from the city he spent some days at.
the Harrison Hot Springs for the
purpose of driving out a slight return attack of rheumatism. .
CH*i*KHS*WW»lWHHKH^^
Carruthers Got 110,000 Pounds
The James Carruthers of the Canadian Fish & Cold Storage
Company followed the George E. Foster of the same company in
from the fishing banks, arriving about an hour later than tiie
Foster. The Carruthers, fishing with gear, brought 110,000
pounds of halibut on the trip. _
MADI-: GOOD SHOWING
ibtalned   by   ihe class
In
Herring An- Plentiful,
clew of the character of the exam-'     The taking ol  i erring In the har-
Xin-scs in Training in Hospital I'assl (nation  the standing is regarded as \bor   ,s     ll()W   °ne  of   the    favorite
specially good. The percentages Pastimes along the watertron The
taken by the young ladles were as fl8h are comparatively plentiful just
follows:   Miss Walker, 93;  Miss Mc- now, though the rlin Is not as great
Very  < i<-tlitiilrlt-
Kvaiiiiiiutitin.
The five young ladies iu the
Prince Rupert General Hospital constituting the first class of nurses in
training are now preparing for
graduating, thus constituting the
first class to so graduate from the
institution. Last week they took one
of their examinations on a paper
set by Dr. vt. T. Kergln, who, with
other local medical men, has lectured to them during their course.
Leod. Si; Miss
Miss Campbell, '
wit/.  60.
Driimmonil,     86
1. and    Miss Lass
I is   winter.
the  danger  -
Titanic  was  neither  unfor	
foi . • .        ie pr
tire  wa       a just If li r    i
maintaining hi r course at full -. i
v. len thi re weie warnings ■
ahead   such  as  the Titanic  n eel .<• I
iu   this  i ase.     The    clause   on   i ie
back  .if   the  tlckel    exempting   the
companj   from  liability  was Invalid,
Wii"I   I'lanlc   Roads.
The  city   council   received   a
iet:-
tlon   last   night   from   John   Oilman
and   others   asking     for     a   16-foot
plank  roadway to be laid on streets
taking in parts of    Bacon,    Alfred. I
Eleventh   Avenue  and   some     others j
The   examination   is   described   as j In  that vicinity. The matter was re-1
a rather severe one, yet  the marks Iferred to the hoard of works.
Foster Brought Good Catch
About midnight the George E. Foster of the Canadian Fish &
Cold Storage Company's lialibut fleet reached port with a good
catch of tlsh. The trawler brought 90,000 pounds from the fishing banks. The Foster, which u>es ttie gear on her own dei-k for
taking in the lines, win gone about'16 days on this voyage. Part
of the time the weather was rough.
J PRINCE RUPERT JOURNAL
Tuesday, February 10, 1914.
prince Buuert journal
Telephone  138
O. H. NELSON, Editor.
Office: 128 Third Avenue East,
tear McBride Street. Telephone 138.
Po«toffice Box  607.
DAILY  EDITION.
Publishel    every morning    except
Monday.  Delivered by carrier in the
city at the following ra e, if paid in
advanci:—
One  "ear $5.00
Six  Months ^2.50
Three   Months $1.25
One   Month $0.50
V\ EEKLY EDITION".
Put-'ishcd e\ ry Frid v for circulation outside the City of Prime
Rupert at $2.00 a year, addressed to
points In Canada; or $3.00 a year to
all points In the Un'ted Kingdom,
the United States or other ioreign
countries.
Advertising Rates Upon Application,
one-half  of  the  issue    of  the  long-
term waterworks debentures.
The last council decided that it
would not issue any of the waterworks debentures at less than 90,
though an offer of 8.<i 1-2 had been
received. The present council, in
view of the improving condition of
the money market, did not belie' e
that even 90 was a satisfactory
figure. The presenl bond issue will
be made al a figure which will net
the city probably between 91 and
92, or between 95 and ui: on the
London market, the coal of flotation
being approximately  t per cent,
CANADA PRIZE
FOR CIVILIANS
Tuesday,  February  10,  1914.
GETTING  HACK   Til   XORMAL.
The Indications In financial circles
are thai sunn normal conditions
will again prevail. In the field of
municipal loans the atmosphere is
clearing well. There seems to be
quite a ready ainouiii of niioney appearing and various cities, including Prince Rupert, are getting what
Is absolutely needed. \V\hile there is
no reason for believing that we "are
out of the woods" yet," there Is certainly a much more hopeful outlook. At Ihe same time, the lesson
of the past few month's stringency
should be taken lo heart. Extravagance in every line should be shunned if the credit of the city and the
country is to be maintained.
.MILITIA   COUNCIL   WILL    OFFER
j '    SILVER SALVER FOR RIFLE
(Ll Its.
Will  lie    Special Individual    Award
for Members   of the
Oi-gnni/al ions.
HOW DOES IT LOOK?
The Edmonton Journal has the
"following:
"Thief, Liar, Crook and Blackguard, are Samples of Edmonton
Aldermanic Repartee. Fisticuffs
Threatened."
This is the beading over a dispatch
that is given the most prominent
position in a widely circulated
western paper. Publicity of this kind
goes a long way towards neutralizing that which the city is paying
thousands of dollars a year to obtain.
VICTORIA CITY
HAS SOLD ISSUE
FIFTY-YEAR      H4      PER    CENTS
BROUGHT GOOD F1GUIU-. IN
LONDON.
The Capital  Will     Now     lie Able to
Prosecute  >•    ke  Lake
Si       lie
By  ■ lie ai   eptai       o for for
$75u,0u0 >v orl h of :        ■ i ur  ! % per
cent,   debentures
Sooke Lake Water Work        lav   for
l.: 00 000  pas -' .1  by
l
Victoi 11 al
in io
- ■
1 .-
It had .
Ottawa, Feb. 9.—The militia
council has decided to offer a special
individual prize to he known as the
Dominion of Canada prize. It is to
lie competed for by members of the
various civilian rifle clubs throughout the Dominion.
The prize consists of a mckle-sil-
ver salver ten inches in diameter
bearing the arms of the Dominion
with an inscription that it is offered
to be competed for by each gazetted
efficient rifle association for competition during tne season of 1914.
WATER NOTICE.
figftSBA
mm
Grand Trunk Railway   System
The Double Track Route
■'or all points east of Chicago this is the premier line, luxury and
speed combined. Reservations for this route can be obtained
at the Grand Trunk Pacific Ticket Office, Third Avenue. Prince
Rupert, also through tickets to any points via the magnificent
steaniers
PRINCE RUPERT
leaving Prince Rupert on   Fridays at 0:00 a.m.
lo Vancouver, Victoria and  Seattle,  thence any  rail   line   desired.    Call on us I'm- rates and full information.
ALBERT DAVIDSON, General Agent, Hart  lilock, Prince Rupert,
Agency   nil   Atlantic      Steamship      Lines.
££«
MB
C. P. R. COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
PRINCESS
BEATRICE
Southbound Sunday
8 p. m.
B
Cor. Third Ave. and Sixth BI J. G. McNAR. GeuernJ Agent
Application for a Licence lo take
and use and to store or pen back
water will be made under the "Water Act" of British Columbia, as
follows:
1. The name of the applicant is
Port Edward Townsite Co., Ltd.
2. The address of the applicant is
Prince  Rupert,  B.C.
3. The name of the stream is
Wolf Creek. The stream has its
source in Lake Mathews, flows in
a northwesterly direction, and empties into tide fiats about 2000 feet
east from Mile 8 1-3 G.T.P. track.
4. Tbe water to be diverted from
the stream on the north side, about
,100 feet east from east boundary of
Port Edward Townsite, on Lot r,nn,
Range   V,   Coast   District.
•"i. The purpose for which the water will be used is municipal.
0. The land on which the water is
to lie used is described as follows,
Porl   Edward Townsite.
7. The quantity of water applied
for is as follows: 12 cubic feet per
second.
5. The quantity Of water to be l
stored  is 1 000,000 cubic feet.
9,  The    reservoir  is  located     im- j
mediately above point of   diversion,
on Lot  503, Range V, Coasl District.
i ii. This notice was posted on the
ground on the 6th day of February,
l.i 11.
11. A copy of ihis notice and an
application pursuant thereto and to
the req tirei ie of I he \ itei
Act" will lie filed in ■ ■ fici
the Water Rt cordi i ai Prince Ru-
:..:■;. B.C. Objei 'ions may li
with   i:..    saitl    ,Va i r     R.< ci
! .
Ights,      -.i
B.C
LTD
Skeena Land    District—District    of
Coast.
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 of Lot 2222, thence, following
the shore in an easterly direction 60
chains more or less to the southwest corner of Lot 2223, thence
north 76 chains more or less; thence
west 60 chains, more or less to the
northeast corner of Lot 2222; thence
south, following the east boundary
of Lot 2222 to point of commencement and containing 42!i acres, more
or less.
Located   February   Mb    1914.
ARCHIBALD BEAVAN,   Locator.
Fred G. Bacon, Agent.
Dated  February  6th,  1014. I'7
Queen Charlotte Islands Land District, Graham Island.
TAKE NOTICE that 1 Everett
Harvie Lea, Engineer, of Vancouver,
intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands for the Province
of British Columbia for a 1'.-.■. to
prospect for Coal and Petroleum:
Starting at a post planted at'the
north-east corner of C.L. 6581, Port
Lewis, thence SO chains east, thence
SO chains south, thence SO chains
west, thence SO chains north to commencement, containing 640 acres
more or less.
Dated 15th day of July, 1913. N.W.
cornel'.
Locator EVERETT UAltVlE LEA.
Steam Tug "Mora'
For Hire or Charter
Can Furnish Scow Also
"WATER ACT"    AND    AMENDING
ACTS.
Before the Board of Investigation.
In the matter of Alder Creek, Atlin
Lake, Alsek River, Boulder Creek,
Birch Creek, Big Spruce Creek, Big
Hern Creek, Bearer Lake, Bennet
Lake, Carrion Creek, Consolation
Creek, Chilkat River, Clear Creek,
Dominion Creek, Dixie River, Elk
Lake, Eureka Creek, Kagle Creek,
Eldorado Creek, Edgar Lake, Fourth
of July Creek, Gi id Lun Creek, Graham Creek, Dorian River, Johnston
Creek, Jarvis Creek, Klehinl -aver,
Ledgewood River Little Spruce
Creek, Llndemanu Lake, Moose
Lake, McKinley i , McKee Creek,
Nelson Lake, Pirn Creek, Otter
Creek, Otter 1, e, Quartz Creek,
Pike River, Rub • Rose Creek,
Spruce Creek, Lake, Snake
Creek, Sloko Laki ' ..gisb Lake, 'lul-
shi Lake, Tatehi mi River, Willow-
Creek, Wright I',, k, Wlison Creek
and all other • . s in the Atlin
Water District, a defined on Page
6476 of the Brit Columbia Gazette
of the 31sl  Jul: 18.
•
Si
To Mr, P.lan'.' i b< - :on lerly of
Graham Islam B.C Take notice
that   miles-   amounl   li     I red   for
repair  in  engine  ;-
cm   paid  within  thirty clays' from
ii
R.u aril     '.  tiworks
[y C 1„ H   D
ember I
HOTEL DIRECTORY
MEMIERS OF PRINCE RUPERT LICENSED VINTNERS ASSOCIATION
♦ ♦♦♦♦»♦»♦»♦♦■<♦»♦♦♦«♦♦♦♦♦♦
WINDSOR HOTEL
Cor, of First Ave. and Eighth St.
W. H. Wright, Prop.
j      HOTEL CENTRAL
First Ave. and Seventh Street
European and American Pkin
$1.00 to $2.50 per day
Peter Black, Prop.
■ '—♦"♦"♦- »♦♦♦♦»>»«»♦♦.»♦♦♦♦> + ♦«>»♦.,
KNOX HOTEL
First Ave. Between Eighth and Ninth
European Plan
Rates 50c. to $1.00 per day
Besner & Besner, Props.
EMPRESS HOTEL
J. Y. ROCHESTER V. D. CASLEY
Third Ave. Between 6th and 7th Sts.
European Plan
5oc. to $l.oo per day
PREMIER HOTEL
American and European Plan
F. W. Helming, Merr.
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Corley & Burgess, Proprietors
Third Ave. and Sixth Si
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NAAS'VALL;
If you tend a wire to
Alyansb we will have a boat
to meet >ou at Porl Nelson
any day in the week. Regular
trips made with mail, pas-
sengers .-nicl freight every
Sunday from Port Nelso 1 to
the pre-emption resen Pull
Information  given fri   .
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Trading& :ns~
portation Urap.
Myers <V Dnnlnp, Alyansb, B.C.
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ti : NOTICE that thirty days
'': i ite, I, Tabltbs '.' ireoe Reed,
i P e Rupert, B.C., by occupation
Plnauclal Agent, Intend to apply tc
Ibe Chief Commissioner of Lands
for n licence lo pros] eel .or coal .ind
petroleum on and under ti-in acres
us follows: Commencing at a post I
planted two miles north and wo
miles easl from mouth of Panorama
Creek; thence south so halns,
thence wesl 80 chains, thence north
.-. chains, thence east SO chains, to
place of commencement,
TABITHA VARCOE REED, locator
Ageut Geor e W l-Cei r.
Dated .luiy 22nd. 1913
EANSFER 80...PJINY
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Safe, Piano,  Piii-niturc and  Ruggngc
Moving Carefully and Promptly l>onc
STORAGE AM. FOItWAItl IXO
COAL AMI  WOOD
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say, "Thai  -
worth $2000
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hough! it six
montlm u.
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Liquor Co,,
Limited      \
—    i
I  Importing Co.
WANTED-   A good general servant,
Apply     .Mrs.   P.  1.     Palmer,     72m
Fourth   Avenue  Bast. ja2»
"Water Act" and Amending Acts.
CANCELLATION OF RESERVE.
N'OTICE is hereby given thai the
n serve dated the 10th February,
1910, of the unrecorded water in the
streams in Kaien Island and (he
Tslmpsean Peninsula is hereby cancelled.
W. It. ROSS,
Minister of Lands.
Department of Lands. ja22
Victoria, B.C., 9th January,  1914.
I    am
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ik  the    unsold
Grand    Trunk
XI.V  A   WANT A I).
Pacific .iM-iit       Com
pany'': lots lit .U.TIOX SALE
PRICES. tial terms of a
quarter c. li. and the balance
in one. ti ' .i three years at
(1 per ecu
EDWADF. DOYLE
Km.  II   Smith lilk., Phone 400
Open evenings "< to H p.m.
Second Avenue and *    Fraser and
Sixth Street      t Stre«
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THE ONLY MORNING PAPER IN NORTHERN B.C. S3*-.
Tuesday, February 10, 1914.
PRINCE RUPERT JOURNAL
J.   W.   POWER.   L.R.I.B.A.
ARCHITECT     AND    STRUCTURAI
ENGINEER
Re-Inforced Concrete a Specialty
P.  O.  Box  271
L.O.L.
Meets second and fourth Friday , In
each month in K. of P. Hall.
Helgerson Block, rd Ave. and 6th St
Recording Secretary, Itox 324
HAYNER BROS    ,
Monro." Faneial Director* and
Bmbulmors. Open Day and
Night,    Ladies'   Assistant    Ir
Attendance
PHONE 86.    713 THIRD AVE.
P. 0. Box 1714 Telephone 448
RITCHIE,   AGNEW   &  CO.
Civil Kuglncei's and Surveyors
Prlncfi   Rupert, B.O.
Waterworks. Water Power, Wharf
Construction, Reports, Plans, Dominion and Provincial Land Surveying,
Electric Blue Printing, Negatives and
White Prints.
Snap
Park Avenue
Lot 36, Block 27,
Section 1
At $3,800, one
third Cash Balance
6,12 & 18 months
P. McLACHLAN
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Phone 300
I". O. Box 163".
Harrison W. Rogers
ARCHITECl
Suite 1
Federal Bldg
Prince Rupert, B.C.
A. FAULDS, N.I. N.E.
Consulting Mining Engineer
Examinations  and  development    of
Coal, Metal. Oil, etc.
709 Dunsmuir St.       Vancouver. E C.
J. H. H1LDITCH
Contractor and Builder
Estimates given on all classes ot
work, whether small or large. Pei-
tonal attention given to every item.
PHONH. GREEN 321
~j7l. PARKER
MINING ENGINEER
Prince Rupert, B. C.
Open for Consultation and Mine
Examination
Temporary Address—
Prince Rupert Inn
FREDERICK  PETERS   K.O.
Customs Broker
STORAGE
Forwarding,  Distributing   and
Shit ping Agent
Special attention given to storage of  Household  Goods  and
Baggage
D u tl G I. A S    SUTHERLAND
606  Third   Avenue
P.O. Box 007 Phone 2B2
Mlister. Solicitor and Notary Public
Office In
EXCHANGE BLOCK
W. J. JEPHSON
BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR
or British    Columbia,    Alberta and
Saskatchewan
NOTARY PUBLIC
Phono 4:>0       Room 111  Post Office
Pi-luce Rupert and    Uazelton   B.C.
L;n<ler New Management.
Pioneer
Laundry
LIMITED
Successors to
Pioneer Steam Laundry
A FIRST-CLASS PLANT
Thoroughly  experienced    and   com
petent  superintendence,   prompt
service
HYGIENE    —QUALITY       - i IMSh
Solicits  your  patronage
Wagons   call   and  deliver   auywbert
in city.
WRITE   OR   PHONE   11 li
Hll'.I" AVENUE, NB'All  V Ultlllt
INSPECTOR HAS
BEEN SELECTED
tContinued  from  Page One.)
Aid. Dyhhavn called at tent ion to the
fact thai there was notning to show
that the Instructions relative to seeking applicants in Vancouver had
been followed. He believed thai
local men should be favored, bul
they were to advertise in the south.
Aid. Kerr explained that it had
been believed that there would be
plenty of names submitted locally
without asking for any outside. The
medical health officer passed on the
names, submitting the names of
those hIio bad credentials.
Aid. Basso-Bert wished to know
If there was any difference us to the
credentials of those names submitted.
Aid.  Kerr said  they  were all  well
WOLF KILLED IX CITY.
Kansas City, Feb. 9.—A large
half-starved grey wolf, after biting two persons, frightening a
score of others and spreading
consternation through the fashionable district, was shot and
killed on Llnwood Boulevard
here today.
service If ilie traffic between these
[joinis alone whs the only consideration, Bui the White Pass, haying already such a large investment to protect, the additional undertaking
would lie- quite small having regard!
to the Interests Involved. We have
been collecting data upon the question for sonic time lor the purpose
ot determining the revenues to be
derived and the future poi-sibllittes,
The year liil"> would be an especially
appropriate lime for the luaugura-
reconiineiuliid. [tion  of such  a  service    to  coincide
Aid. MeClytoont wished the ere- with the Panama Pacific Exposition
dentlals of the men read out Cor in San i-raiuisco. from which we
the guidance of the rest of the coun- shall undoubtedly derive a large
c-ii. tourlsl traffic. If this link in the ser-
Ald, Kerr said these men were all vice were arranged the public would
well qualified. He explained further j have the advantage of a first-class
in reference to the credentials.
On the first ballot L.
the choice, he having X
II. Smith 1.
 o	
Porter
ballots
was
and
SPEAKS HIGHLY
OF GOVERNMENT
(Continued   from   Page   One.)
adjustment of these conditions were
carried on for a considerable period without, however, any acceptable conclusion being reached, and
at. last, it became necessary to establish an entirely new connection
for the interchange of traffic at
Dawson in order to preserve our interests. Two new modern boats of
American register were constructed
for this purpose, and were placed in
operation between Dawson and Fairbanks, on the lower river. As a result of the establishment of this new
connection giving a through service
to Fairbanks, we received approximately $2.1,000 of gross revenue
which we should nol otherwise have
received. The establishment of this
service brought about a most vigorous rate war on the Yukon River.
Rule  wars are usually  disastrous  to]
through line from Seattle and Vancouver via the White Pass, to Fair-
batiks—a distance of 2,600 miles,
We should be free from all risk of
discrimination against us on the
ocean, and be able to pursue an unhampered policy In the steady development, of business for our route.
In spite of the rate war, and Indeed partly because of it, our gross
business increased. The number of
passengers carried in 1 il 12 was 13,-
356, and In 1913, 18,038—an increase of 3r> per cent. The general
freight tonnage amounted to 23,716
tons in 1912, and to 24,196 tons in
1913—an increase of 2 per cent.
Ore handled in 1912 amounted to
31,230 tons; in 1913, 36,693 tons—
an increase of 17.5 per cent; Naturally, under the conditons that have
prevailed, the revenue per ton and
pel passenger will not show the same
relative increase. Bui the figures
that. 1 have given show conclusively
that we have more than held our
own. The gross revenue of the company by the end of Dei ember, 1913,
will be approximately $1,215,000, a
considerable increase over 1911 and
a slight increase over 1912, which is
a most satisfactory condition, having
regard to all the attendant circumstances.
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J.     ll.     Mi-.Mullin,       Government 5
ill  parties engaged, hut  our railway | .     ,     ,
cccupiod the peculiar position of ob-i
Mining additional traffic at acceptable rales sufficient lo offset the reductions which were nmdc on the
river to meet the cut in rates while
at the same time our competitors
handled al a loss all the traffic delivered by them to us as a direct re-
on t,
north.
from  a  trip
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itmk   Farewell.
Alter   the  evening   sen ice   ill   the
Empress Theatre    Sunday,    Rev,  F
\V.  Kerr, the  pastor of  the  Prt sby-
terian  Church, took  farewell ol    ii
congregation, leaving with Mrs   K.;rr|
Is  ",;l'  by 'ic- steamer Princess i ■    ■
TRY   A    WANT  All.
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policy to work in harmonious rein
lions with other transportation com
lanit wc were nol iii this instate e
ble lo secure « bal .-. e ■ onsiden il n
h ,- and reasonable
iiieiii.  The rule  war  was  uot   of  out
a .' sell i     i'i ::  mil ger    posi-
i before 11
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will  make  him   ml
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B.C,
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Pour years   experience.    Box 486
Pernli , 'i C. J« He l    Dobson. JalB
J PRINCE  RUPERT JOURNAL
Tuesday, February 10, 1914.
a   25   Per   Oent. to 30   Per  Cent.   Off      2.">   Per  Cent, to 50  Per  Cent   Off       —.   Per  Cent, to 50  Per  Cent.   Off      25   Per  Cent to 50  Per  Cent,   Off     25   Per  Cent to 50  Per  Cent.   Off
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High Class Jewelry
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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.
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and Sixth Street
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DAUGHTERS OF
THE EMPIRE
PROSPEROUS       CONDITION      01'
\l I Wilts SHOWN AT ANNl'AL
MEETING.
Tilt-     I'lnantti'il     Statement     Shows
Thai  Large Sum  Was  Raised
by Organization.
The annual meeting ui' the Queen
Mary Chapter of tlur Imperial Order
of tiie Daughters of Hip Empire
was held in the Knights of Pythias
Hall on Monday afternoon, February 9, HUI. The following officers
were  elected   for   Hie ensuing  year:
Regent—Mrs. .1. ('.  McLennan.
First vice-regent—Mrs, II. L.
Roberson.
Second vice-regent—Mrs. McMul-
lin.
Secretary—Miss C. M. Martin
(owing io tlio difficulty of this position being filled .Miss Martin litis
consented to act pro tern.).
Treasurer—Miss A.  F.  llu  Vernet.
Standard bearer -Mrs. 0. It,
Naden.
Tbe reports of  tlic- secretary and
treasurer  were as follows:
Secretary's lleport
have done, (lie greatest number present tit any one meeting being only
12,
i     February 21, Paardeburg Day, was
[observed   by  the giving of a  tea at
| tne residence of Mrs. Palmer. The
Rev. Mr. Kerr gave a most interesting address on "The Results of the
flattie of Paardeburg as Seen Now."
Tiie annual daffodil ball, given on [Children's concert.   133.00
iOiister .Monday, was generally admit- Bridge   tournam'ts 172.7
ted  to have been a great success.  ii| HON'\TIO.\S
I
I'iii.iiiciiil Statement
The Queen  Mary Chapter,
The     Imperial    Order    of    tbe!
Daughters of the Empire, Prince
Rupert,   B.C.:
For the Year January    1.".,    11113—|
February 4.  1914.
Receipts.  Expend.
 $691.00    $4ofi.i':',
MADE CHANGE
IN THE SYSTEM
I lances
104. 50
apter to make|jtr, j, c McLennan.
Mr. .1. W. Stewart. . .
Mr. T. D. Pattullo, . .
.Mr. Win. Manson . . . .
Mr. ('. W. Peck	
Dr.  W.  FI. Clayton. . .
S    1.60.0(1
is itie aim of the
this ball tlic eveul of the season
and each year make it a little better than the one held on the previous
Easter .Monday. In addition to this,
file dances  have  been  given.
In .May an exhibition of club-
swinging and physical drill by children was given in i he Westholme
Theatre.
During the fall of 1913 a series
of successful bridge tournaments
was given under the auspices of tbe
Queen  Mary Chapter.
The proceeds from the various entertainments have gone to lessen the
! debt incurred by the chapter ou the
i two lots bought, at  the last Govern-
nient sale.
j     ll   may   nol   be     generally  understood  that,  it  is  Hie  purpose of  the $1,324.69
Queen   Mary  Chapter    to    erect  oniBal. in bank Feb. 4. 1914.?   :':'::.'J'i
Payment loans
Interest-laxes   .
Dues	
Advis. and ptg.
Pudding bee...
Mlscl	
r.s.oo
2 4.r.r.
7.70
$1,247.00
Balance,      Jan.
ir..  1913   . . .$
. . .$50.00
. . . 50.00
. . . 25.00
. , . 15.00
... 15.00
. . .     5.00
$16ti.in)
$   3 20.00
177.06
27.00
50.60
7.05
$1,101.4:;
".69
these lots, in Hie near future, a hall
! suitable   foi   entertainments.     It   is
The   fourth   annual   report   of   the' ,   ., ,   ,, , ,,-,,,
.i hoped  that   tins  hall   may  be  usetul
Queen Mary Chapter   Daughters   of .   .,        .,,   , . „ ,
* to the piihln  In many ways, not onl)
e   Empire'
The Queen Mary Chapter now has
' • members.
From January I::, 19 l 3, lo Jauu-
:i ■■-  :..   1914, flv<   business  meetings
have been held   These business  t-
ings have taken 'lace either in t lit-
hall of the Knights of Pythias or al
the resldem e of the regent, Mrs. J.
('. MrUnmun. The members have not
attended as regularly as they  might
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SRANDMHSPERUDE
BALL
St. Andrew's Hull, Second Ave.
Thursday, Pel), 12, 9 p.m.
I'oui'    Beautiful  Prize*
Refreshments
Admission $2 Ladies Free
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tor entertainments as a means ol
money making, bul for any charlta-l
Lis. or philanthropic work uudei taken
by tbe citizens of Prince Rupert. To
the chapter this Beems a cause worth
striving for, and ll i.- to be hoped j
thai the public will view it in the
same light.
As our ward In the hospital was
sadly In need of refurnishing, a few
oi the members decided to have a
sale of plum puddings and mincemeat. A considerable sum was raised and the ward now looks much
more  attractive.
The chapter is also greatly Indebted to a number of our citizens who
kindly gave subscriptions toward
lessening the debt on our lots.
The executive hope that this debt
will be fully paid up within the next
tew months.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
C.   M.   MARTIN,
Secretary.
All  of  Wlllc1
mined.
ALICE I
$1..'124.OH
pc-tf'illy   sun-
DUVERNET,
Treasurer.
l certify thai I have examined I he
books of the Daughter.- of the Umpire and have found them correel In
every particular, the balance as al
February ■!. 1914, being Two Hundred and Twenty-three 26-100 Dollars,
C,  C.   PPRDY,
Auditor,
Prince Rupert,  B.C.,
Feb. 5th, 1914.
ASSETS.
Lots  10-20, Blk.  2, Sec.  6. $6,000.00
Furniture  In  D.O.E,   Ward
at Prince Ruiiert hospital      199.25
Flag         36.on
Dumb-bells, flags and clubs        19.50
Balance  in  bank          223.26
HOSPITAL  BOARD     [JKOHIKS    1\)
CURTAIL DUTIES OP
AUDITOR,
Managing    Secretary  Will    Perform
Pint of the Work—Saving l-ii-
fttjletl  hj  This
In order to effect a saving in the
administration of the hospital affairs
the directors have made a sliglu
change in the auditing. In the pasi
the auditor, I). C. Stuart, was required to put in considerable time
in the office. In future considerable
of the routine work performed by
Mr. Stuart will be relegated to the
managing secretary, W,  M. Wright.'
Mr. Stuart will continue to perform the duties of his office, but. will
confine bis attention to auditing
purely. Under the new order of
things Mr. Stuart has red/ced the
fee rbarged considerably, so that tiie
board  effects a considerable saving.
The financial aspect of the hospital is receiving a good deal of
attention at. present. The finance
omuiltlee of the institution is preparing a general estimate for the
coming year and will later meet the
finance committee of the city council and arrange a basis tor aid rro
! i lie city  this year.
$6,477.01
LIABILITIES.
Due  Government   Lots    19
and 20, Blk.  2, Sec.  6.'. $3,750.00
interest  on   lots  at   6   per
ilii I IS.NMKNT WEATHER
REPORT.
furnished ny   !•'. W. Howling.
For 24 hours ending 5 p.m.
February   il.
Bar.  reduced to sea level. . . .29.992
Highest   temperature 4 6.0
Lowest temperature .' 35.0
Rain   ...    86
a  Rts&l   Laser   Simulation
GOLD WATCH FREE.
A atntlfrljtforward (renoroai,
offer from an eBtabllrilnvl
ilnn Wa ovrs clvlnii »w»
Watches to tboaAandji <>(
people nil otot the
wortii 'id % hiiiro
advertisement, Now
in your chaneo to
obtain ana. Writo
now. euclotsinx 3,1
cent* fur one of onr
fait til enable Ladies'
Ijttnit Quarda, or
dents' Alberta, snnt
ri.rrl.t.:o PftM to wear
with the watch, which
will to itiv.in free
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obould roa tikti iid-
T«ti tjwo of oar marvel-
loan Offer. Wa expoet TOD to ball roar friends
•bout oh and show thorn tho boautiiaJ <, watch.
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of London. The meeting was held
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supremacy of the navy and thus the
security of British .commerce.
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-15   Second   Ave. Phone   43
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