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VOL.  V.
PRINCE RUPERT, B.  C,   WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1914.
Price U Cents.
NO.   16.
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ALASKA FISH SHIPPED THROUGH HERE
GEN. BEYERS KILLED IN SOUTH AFRICA
GERMANS IN POLAND HAVE TO CENTRE ON LODZ
THE ALLIES REPULSE THE GERMANS NEAR YPRES
Turkish Forces Are
Defeated In Fight
In Transcaucasia
Petrograd, Dec. 8.—Stubborn
fighting has 'occurred at Batumi in
Transcaucasia. The Turkish forces
at Trebizoud attempted to prevent
the Russian landing, but the guns
from the transports keeping in
touch with the Russian infantry of
the- frontier guards routed them with
heavy  loss.
JOHN MAY IS
FOUND GUILTY
SENTENCED TO  BE    HANGED  AT
WESTMINSTER JAIL ON
MARCH 5.
Prisoner    Brolre    Down    and    Wept
When Judge Passed Sentence
Upon  Him.
LEGISLATURE   MEETING.
Sir Richard McBride has announced that a date had been
chosen for the next meeting of
the Legislature. The House will
convene on January 21, the
third Thursday in the month,
and ministers are now engaged
in formulating the legislative
programme,
Leaving for Interior.
A number of the police and witnesses in the May case will leave
this morning for their homes in
Hazelton. Chief Minty of the Provincial  force will be among them.
French Flag Returned To Paris
Paris, Dec. 8.—The Emperor of Russia has returned to France
a flag which since the war ot 1S7U has been in German hands until the recent capture by the Russians during the invasion of East
Prussia.
Germans Plans Have
Been Changed Again
In Polish Territory
Violent Attacks By
Germans In Belgium
Have Been Repulsed
Petrograd, Dec. 8.—German aviators continue to drop bombs into
Lodz. According lo the latest reports the town hall, three large factories and forty-seven houses have
been destroyed. Thirty persons have
been killed and twenty-one wounded.
The Bourse Gazette reports on
high authority that the   defence   o
Ger-
Cracow has been stiffended by
man troops.
The German plan of using only
German troops in the northern campaign along the Vistula, sending all
the Austrians to defend Cracow, has
been changed. The need of rein
forcements had caused the Germans
to withdraw the Austrians
Cracow to Lodz.
Paris, Dec. 8.—An official state-1
ment says that in Belgium there has
been a violent German attack at
Steloy, south of Vines. The enemy
has been repulsed.
The struggle at all limes continues very lively in the forests to
the east of Argonne.
There are no other notable incidents  to  report.
-o—
Christinas Bazaar.
On Saturday, December 12, the
ladles' aid of the .Methodist Church
Will hold a bazaar in the K. of P.!
Hall. There will be a programme
given and Santa Clans will be pre?-
from'ent. The bazaar will be open in the
I afternoon and evening.
HOLIDAYS   PROCLAIMED.
in view of the fact that but
one \\ eek-daj this yi ar Intervenes between Christmas Day
and the following Sunday, an
Order-in-Councll was passed declaring Saturday, December 2G,
to be a public and bank holiday. This also applies to Saturday, January 2. 1916.
NOTED VISITORS
ARRIVED IN CITY
TATES FISHING CRAFT
SHIPS CATCH FROM THIS PORT
i aicArnmr,   tn
The  Prospector Arrived Yesterday With Nearly Fifty Thousand Pounds contractor, i,
r T-r-on- •"•! a 1   T T_< Ti attached   to  t
Of Halibut Which Was Put In Refrigerator Cars And Leaves For Bos- Lmpanyll
ton By Today's Express Over The G.TP.-The Beginning Of Business j- —
That Will Be Built Up From Fishing Boats Operating In The North
east by express two carloads of fresh
halibut caught in United States bottoms in Alaskan waters which are
first of that line of trade. It is confidently expected it will not be the
last. In reality this is expected to be
but the beginning of an
trade in this line.
through the interpreter: "I have
nothing to say except that I am not
guilty."
His Lordship told the prisoner he
had had a very fair trial and that
he had been very ably defended. He
had no other course open but to
pronounce the sentence of the law
upon him.
Mr. Justice Clement then proceeded to pass sentence upon the prisoner In the regular form. He informed May that he be committed to the
New Westminster jail until Friday,
.March 6, 191S, when he should be
taken to the place of execution and
hanged  by  Ihe  neck  until  dead.       1*7.200 pounds on board.
At this point His Lordship's voice      The fish wore ai  once transferred
at   the
This morning the   G.T.P.   carries Ketchikan fleet will go east by this
John May, the Hazelton Indian
who has been on trial for Ilie murder of Albert Taylor at the Sealey
Gulch bridge on September 28 last,
was yesterday afternoon found guilty.
He was thereupon sentenced to death
by Mr. Justice Clement, the execution to take place at the New Westminster jail on March 6. The condemned man maintained his innocence even after, the verdict of the
jury was announced.
His Lordship was visibly affected
in having to pass sentence upon the
man. The Jury retired about 4
o'clock. Shortly before 5 they returned for further instruction by
the judge as to the interpretation In
the code of murder and manslaughter. At five minutes past 5 they again
returned with their verdict, which
they Informed the court was one of
murder.
His Lordship, informed the prisoner that he had been found guilty
by the jury. He asked If he had anything to say.
Tiie prisoner, who had showed no
emotion but stood motionless
throughout the proceedings, asked
for an interpreter.
Rev. W. E. Collison, who had acted as Interpreter earlier in the day,
came forward and   Interpreted   what' failed him. The Interpreter repeated, to express refrigerator cars
Ills Lordship Bald. • the words In the Indian language to I Government    Wharf    and    prepared;*
May    replied    to     the     question. 'Continued on Page Two.)
route.
The Immense fishing opportunities of Alaska In common with those
of this Northern British- Columbia
coast will find in Prince Rupert the
most advantageous route by which
immense I to ship to the markets of the east.
IThe trade is but beginning. Through
i. i>.  mcarthur,  well-known
railway     contractor,
(•ami: in private oar.
He Was Accompanied by G.  II. Hal-
lour, General Manager of the
Union  Rank.
The   G.T.P,   train    from    the   east
j last   night  brought   to the city  J.   D.
M(-Arthur,   the   well-known    railway
He  had  his  private   car
he  regular    train.    Accompanying him  was G.  H.  Balfour,
genera]  manager of   ihe   Union
h   headquarters   in    Wlnnl-
' Peg.
They came west over   the   G.T.P.
I to  make an  inspection,  and   left   for
I
:the south later by the Venture. They
CAREFUL GUARD KEPT
OP THE WEST COAST, made  a   lour  of  the  city  and    were
  ; very much  pleased  with  the  general
Every \essel  Entering   Barkley Sd   prospect here and the evident  bust-
Must Call at Banfield and ness life of the new city.
Report.  p	
DO VOI   LIKE TO PAY RENT?
The  following  otders   have   been 	
made by the Department of   Marine      If »ot, we can sell you a fine mod-
The  fish  was  brought  in    by    thoiPrince Rupert the United States Ash' an(j  Fisheries relative  to  navigation I era   residence,    four    minutes    walk
gasoline schooner   Prospector,   Cap- goes in bond  the same as from the on the west coast of Vancouver Is- front    Postoffice,   besl    neighborhood
tain H. A. Andrews. The Prospector southern   Canadian    ports,   so    that land: in  town,  terms  like  rein.    Requires
plies  out  of   Ketchikan    under    the there Is no advantage gained  by the|     |,vorv  V0H,(,,  ,.„„,,.;„,,   ,,„.  „;M,.,.    $300, -ash.   balance  can   be    paid
New England Fish Company. The carrying of the catches south. The cnanneli Barkley Sound, must call!*16-00 ner month This |,ln'" liaa
shipment was brought into Prince saving or a very long haul is effect- n| Banfleld .„„, obtain a puss from m""(' f"r over :! ■''"'"'" ttl '•"'" "" >"'r
Rpert  yesterday, there  being about'ed by  ihe landing of the fish   here tne Senior Naval Officer at thai place, month.  Must  be seen to be Rpprecf
and sending it east by this route.
Gen. Beyers Shot In Africa
Johannesburg,   Dec.   8.—Brigadier-General  Beyers,  one   of
leaders of the rebellion in the Union  of   South    Africa,   has
shot, it is officially announced. It is believed he is dead
the
been
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Trains With Explosives Collided
Petrograd.  Dec.   8.—In  tbe I.lelce  district  two   German    trains
loaded with proxylin shells collided and were destroyed. There were  g
no survivors. . ftj1'1'8 ro"te as the proper one to make
SHKi<HKt*<K>flW'KH»iK«^ shipments by the whole catch of the
ready for shipment Ihis morning under the charge of Supt. Xunan of
the Atlin Fisheries, who was In no
small measure responsible for inducing the trial shipment to be made
from here. There were 118 boxes
which will be carried to the Boston
market without delay. This occupies
two cars.
In view of the excellent manner
j In which all previous shipments have
been made over the G.T.P. it is ex-,
pected the fish will reach Boston in
the pink of condition and with a
very considerable saving of time. It,
is  hoped  that  with  the   proving   of
APPEAL  POSSIBLE,
An appeal In the case of Rex
vs. John May Is possible. There
are some points which were
raised by the counsel for the
defence as the case was in progress that may be used as a basis
for appeal. One of these is that
relating to the signed statement
of Joseph May going before the
jury, which was objected to.
A. Carss raised the point as to
appeal being allowed before sen-
tencc was passed when li..-
Lordship stated that the : olnt
raised    were    Still   open    to    appeal.
to enable her to proceed through.
Everj i esBel desiring to fish In the
eastern channel must obtain a sluii-
nnly for
ated.  ll   Q,  Helgerson,
96
I.ul..    Phone
■is-:: l
westward of tl astern channel an1)
through Junction Passage to Albi • ul
Canal without obtaining passes
lar puss, which win be valid
the  lime slated on  the pas-
All vessels in  Barkley Sound milBl
obey the Instructions of the officers
of the patrol vessels stationed there.      Buy tile useful present for Christ*
Xo   vessel    is    permitted    to  pass mas; a comfortable chair or rocker;
through Satellite pass. special     Christinas     discounts,      at
Vessels   are   free   to   pass    to    the George  I). Tito's, il'l
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Hyro-Electric Plant Working
The illy is now using the power   generated    at    Lake    Wood-
worth   for Its light  and   power supply.    At   5   o'clock    Ins:    ceiling,
rtci  some preliminary tc tit power was switched on. It  car-
O    lied  the load without an>; dlfflcult>    N'ov   the Bteam  planl  will   be
.   P    used ns nn auxiliary to bo used only  when  the other power   may   p
, y    Pe out of conimls i   n, §
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Wednesday, December   9, 1914.
PRINCE RUPERT JOURNAL.
prince Bupert journal
Telephone 138
O. H. NKt.SOX, Lditor
Office: 128 Third Avenue East,
near McBride Street. Telephone 138
Postoffice  Box   607.
DAILY  EDOTION.
Published every morning except
Monday. Delivered by carrier In tbe
city at the following rate, If paid in
advance:—
One   Year $5.00
Six   Months 52.50
Three   Months $1-25
Ons   Month $0.50
WEEKLY EDITION.
Published every Friday for cinui-
I, Hon outside the «ity of Prince
Rupert at $2.00 a year, addressed t
points In Canada: or $3.00 a year to
all points in the United Kingdom
the United States or other foreign
countries.
he got up and said,   "Who  squealed iSkeena   Land   District — District of
Jshn's father grumbled and Coast' RanSe V'
TAKE NOTICE that James Thomas, of Victoria, B.C., occupation seaman, Intends to apply for permission
on me
said he didn't want them around at
all. The witness backed the old man
Into a corner while the other constable took John in  charge.
Joseph May, a brother of the accused, being called as a witness It
was found necessary to enlist the
services of an Interpreter. Rev. W.
E. Collinson was sworn as Interpreter,
The witness recalled September
28. John May, the accused, who
lived with them at Hazelton, was
around Hazelton on the morning of
that day. lie admitted that 'John
went for a ride with Maria Powell.
He was not sure as to the time, bul
to purchase the following described
lands: Commencing at a past plantid
oi.o mil* distant and in a northerly
direction from Sklakl Pt., on the
west side of Stephens Island; ftieace
nof'Mi -10 chains following the sinuosities of sliore line,-thence east 20
chains, thence south 40 chainB following U. s application to purchase line, thence west 20 chains to
the point of commencement, containing SO acres more or less.
JAMES THOMAS.
Dated  August  29th,  1914. 827
IMPERIAL MACHINE WORKS
Engines  Installed  and    General
Repairs
Oxy-Acetylene Plant   In   Connection
Phone Red 15G Third Avenue
Skeena Land  District — District of
Skeena, Coast R. IV.
TAKE NOTICE that Margret A.
Kerr, of Vancouver, B.C., occupation
Clerk, Intends to apply for permission to purchase tho following described lands: Commencing at. a post
ughl  it  was   a little before  4  planted at Ilie heat! of Inlet running
in from the south-west corner of F i
-
o'clock.  John  May   after   be   came
Advertising  Rates  I'pon Application, j back let the two horses out into the
field. He did not see the accused
again until about midnight when he
(the accused)  came baric.
The clothing of the prisoner being
roduced,  witness  said  he   did    not
know the trousers; the coal   looked
Wednesday, December
1914.
JOHN   MAY.
Continued rre.ni Page n**
I.
Island, thence south SO chains,
thenca Travers Shore lino In an easterly direction about SO chains, thenco
north about 60 chalnt', thence west
a'bout 80 elm us to point o' commencement '■ i alning 110 .icres
more or 1 .
MARGRET  A.   KERR.
J.  P.  Mchan.  '\gent.
| ist  22,  1914, BIS
ot
like   rohntsi  ne aid net know   wh,    slteenf(    Un(J    Di8triot—District
tlier  the  cuffs   were   his   brother's; Queen  charlotte Islands.
who  made no show  oi   the hat   found  near the  body looked;     TAKE NOTICE that John  Alexan
like John's; the shirt found on the
trail he did not think .was John's.
When asked by Mr. Fisher if wit
ness did  not make a  different statement  as to the shirt  nt the preliminary  hearing  in   Hazelton,  the   wit-
thi    I rl
reeling.
His Lordship then added the
words, and may the Lord have
mercy on your soul," at which he
had faltered before.
Following that the prisoner was
led out an.d taken to the city lockup, where he will be held until he
can be transferred to New Westminster.
The prisoner, while he bore up
without any visible signs of emotion
until the death sentence was given
Immediately broke into tears as hg
turned to leave the prisoner's docket
and appeared otherwise to feel the
position he was In. This continued
as he passed to the jail and after he
entered.
All day yesterday   the   case   was
der Murray, of Prince Rupert, B.C.,
occupation Carpenter, intends to apply for permission to prospect foi
coal and petroleum over the following described lands: Massett Inlet,
Graham island: Commencing at a
post planted at the north-west corner
of Lot No. 157S; thence east SO
chains,  thence   south    SO   chains   to
ness said  he dirt not  understand the shore of Massett Inlet;  thence   west
80 chains; thence north SO chains to
question. point of commencement,   containing
Further questioning brought from! 040 acres more or less.
the witness that the chief at Hazel-!     JOHN ALEXANDER  MURRAY.
Date located  27th July,  1914. s23
ton  asked  him   if he   would   know | ;	
John  May's  shirt.    He   had  said    lie j     Located  August  19th,  1914.    olti
I Ol.
would. The shir! was upstairs at the1
time.  When he saw the shirt he did;
not know  it.
Mr
Skeena  Land  District — District of
Queen  Charlotte 'slands.
TAKE NOTICE that 60 days after
date 1  intend  to apply to the Chief
Fisher asked if   witness   did '< Commissioner of Lands for a licence
not sign  a  written  statement  as   to
the ownership of the shirt.
Witness replied that he signed it
but. he dirt not know very well what
it  was.  He  admilted  he  could  write
before tne Assize Court. Opening atLnd rend EngIlsn. Tne statement was
10:30 all the witnesses for the
Crown had been heard before noon,
court adjourned in fact at 11:30 to
allow   counsel   for   the   defence   to
read to him. He did not read it.
Asked  by.Mr. Fisher if John May-
had  not  told him to say the   shirt
was not   his   (John   May's),   witness
consult  relative   to the   conduct   o*Idenied this
the case. No evidence was called for!
the
Mr,  Fisher asked if John on Wed-
to prospect for coal, petroleum and
natural gas as follows: Commencing
at a post planted one and one quarter mile north and 2 miles east of
the northeast corner of Lot 4 Moresby Island and marked F.C.W.'s
southeast corner; thence north 80
chains, thence west 80 chains, thence
south 8C chains, thence east SO
chains to point of commencement.
Located June 23, 1914.
F. C. WRIGHT, Locator.
au2 A. Cromp, Agent.
prisoner,   the   counsel    relying nesday last ,„ the presence of CMefiSkeena   Land    District—District    of
upon  the absence of direct   evidence
Gammon  hart not tolrt  hint  what to
Skeena, Coast R.  IV.
against  him.    His  Lordship   compli- sav in evidence,
mented  the counsel  for the defence
and laid stress upon ilie able address
of Adair Carss before the jury.
Upon the opening of court, W, E.
TAKE  NOTICE  that  Nathand   VV
Bradstack,   of   Vancouver,   B.C.,   oc-
Witness admitted what was done, jcupat-ion Laborer, intends   to   apply
..     „. , ,    ,  ,,      . .        for permission  to  purchase  the foi
Mr. Fisher asked him to produce ,ow,ng descrihen ,ands: Commencing
the evidence he had written to give, at a post planted at the extreme head
Dr. Macaulay neing called produced a detailed report of the condition of the   body as he examined it
In  the   morgue  at    Hazelto
There
This was produced and banded to
Fisher had George Beirnes recalled.jH|s Lordship, who after reading it
He testified that a fifteen and a half said he dit, not think it was very
shirt  was  bought instead of   a six- imjiortant '
teen,   as   the    shirt    was    generally      A series of questions was asked aE
worn °1,<?»' to answers given.
Questioned by Mr. Fisher without
the aid of the Interpreter; witness
said that he was about 19 years of
age. He had been going to school but
not all the time. He was now in the
third reader and in arithmetic did
addition, multiplication, fractions
and  averages.
Cross-examined by Mr. Peters,
These wounds alone would have been witness said that when his brother
sufficient to cause death. There was came home.about midnight there was
also a cut several inches long on the I no light in the house. The blinds
left forearm and one on the thumb, were down. His brother had no
The two stabs in the back, although knife with a blade about an inch
serious, touched no vital organs. ,wirte.
of Inlet on the south-west corner of
Fin Island, tnence north about 25
chains, thence west about 70 chains,
thence Travers Shore line back to
point of commencement, containing
300 acres more or less.
NATHAMD W.  BRADSTACK.
J.   P.   Meehan,  Agent
Dated August  22,  1914. s26
were many wounds on the body, evidently inflicted with a knife. Tlte
most serious wounds were two in
the throat, from the right ear downwards,   severing   the   jugular   vein.
Skeena Land District — District of
Coast, Range 5.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Thomas
H. Tracy, intend to apply for a li
cence to prospect for coal and pe
troleum over the following described
lands: Commencing at a post planted
one mile south of the south-west corner of P. Chesley's No. 8 claim, being about 1 1-2 miles north of the
Beaver River and 4 miles west of
the Cedar River; thence north 80
ehains, thence west SO chains, thence
south 80 chains, thence east 80
chains to this post Tracy No, 12, S.E.
Cor., comprising 040 acres to be
known as T. H. Tracy's No. 12 claim.
THOS. H. TRACY,
Per G. F. Monckton, Agent
Located August 19th, 1914.      ol6
. :
The opinion   of the   witness   was      Asked   by   His   Lordship   If    thejskeena Tjanrt Distr)ct -    uinu-h-i  nf
that  death    occurred    from    ten    to  father had  a  knife, witness said he1 Coast — Range
twenty  hours   before    his   exainlna- !l'u!   n°L   They   had   some   butcher
tion. lie thought it  very Improbable knives in the house. Thai  was all.
Phone 390  , ". P.O. Bu 163E
Harrison W. Rogers
ARCHITECT
Suite 1
Federal Bldg.      Prince Rnpert, B.C.
J. H. HjXDITCH
Contractor and Buildei
""-   ""■  ,w "'
C
mm*.
Estimates given on all classes of
work, whether small or large. Per.
sonal Attention given to every item.
PHONE GREEN  321
FREDERICK  PETERS,  KiC.
Barrister, Solicitor and Notary Publi;
G. T. P. S. S. CO.
SAILINGS
S.S. PRINCE GEORGE
For Vancouver, Victoria and 3eattle, Fridays at 9 a.m.
For Anyox (Granby Bay), Wednesdays at midnight.
S.S. PRINCE JOHN
For Massett .and Pert Clement*, November 2, 16, 30; December 14,
28, a! 10 p.m.
For the rVaas, Mill Bay, Khiclth and Stewart, November 18; December 2, 16, 30, at 9 a.ni
For Refuge Bay, Skidegate, etc., November », 19; December 3, 17,
31, at 10 p.m.
For  Vancouver, November  10, 24; December S, 22, etc., at 7 p.m.
G.T.P. RAILWAY
Passenger trains leare Prince Rupert at 10 a.m. Wednesdays and
Saturdays, for Edmonton Winnipeg, etc., connecting al Winnipeg with trains for St. Ptul, Duluth, Chicago, etc. For
through  tickets, reservations, and full Information   apply   to
G. T. P. TICKET OFFICE HAH I   BLK.,   THIltl) AVE.
AGENCY   ALL   ATLANTIC    STEAMSHIP    LINES.
Office  in
EXCHANGE  BLOCK
DR. GILROY, DENTIST
Crown and Bridge Work a
Specialty
Oilice:  Smith   Block,   Third   Avenue
J.   W.  POTTEH,  L.I.K.B.A.
ARCHITECT  AND  STRUCTURAL
ENGINEER
Re-iu forced Concrele a Specialty
P. O. Box 271
A. FAULDS, M.I. HE.
Consulting Mining Engineer
Examinations   and    development    ot
Coal, Metal, Oil. Etc.
709 Dunsmuir St,      Vancouver, B.C.
LINDSArSGARTAGEaSTORAGF
a   T.   P.  OARTAvTB AGENTS
331    SECOND    AVENUE
JINGLE POT COAL
I* handled by us. All orders recelvi
prompt attention   Phone No. 68
P.O. Bor 1714 Telephone 448
RITCHIE,   AGNEW   &   CO.
Civil Engineers and Surveyors
Prince Rupert,  B.C.
Waterworks, Water Power, Wharf
Construction, Reports, Plans, Doniln-
on and Provincial Land Surveying,
Electric Blue Printing, Negatives and
White Prints
The Queen Charlotte
Oil Fields Limited
Office will open today in Law-Butler
Building for sale of a limited
amount of   Treasury Stock
GEO.  F.    MACDONALD,   Sec.-Treas.
JAMES GILMORE
AKCHITECT
Second Ave Near McBride St.
thai they were self-inflicted. The
knife was probably two-edged and
had ." broad blade,
Provincial Officer CHne testified to
Inning searched Ihe house of James
May, Ihe father of the accused,:
about 3 o'clock on September 29.
This house Is about 600 feet from
the   corner   of    the    New    Hazelton
road,  on  the  way to  the   Terry.   He j forces of  the  Empire or her Allies
found  Ihe accused,  who lived   with|kindly notify   the secretary   of   the
TAKE NOTICE that H. Bell-Irving & Co., Ltd., of Vancouver, B.C.,
occupation  Salmon  Canners,   intend
Further Questioned  by His   Lord-|j£ ■fiSS.'ST,PV.™SSS. ,°   >,m'n'^
the  following described  lands:   Coni-
fContinued     on   Page Three.)      menclng at a post   planted   at high
  | water on easterly side of De Horsey
'"^Island  and  about   two   miles   in   a
NOTICE, j north-easterly  direction  from    Parry
Point; thence nest 20 ehains; thence
south 20 ihains, Ihence east 20
chains more or less to shore-line;
thence northerly and easterly following the sinuosities of the shoreline to point of commencement and
containing 40 acres more or less.
H. BELL-IRVING & CO., LTD.
Arthur Kipp, Agent.
Dated August  1st,  1914. aul2
The Canadian Patriotic Fund.
Will those who need assistance
from the above fund, resident in the
city or dislrict and whose breadwinner is on  active service  with  the
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his father,  in bed. and  on  his trunk local  organizatio
beside  the bed  a  pair   of   trousers, ;tf
very Wet.   There were stains nn   the i
trousers. He found a leather cuff in	
the  house.   This  was  very  like   the I
one found near the dead body, and
was  apparently  stained   with    blood. I
The  accused  appeared   quite   dazed,
as   if   recovering    from    a    drinking'
bout.
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PRINCE RUPERT JOURNAL.
Wednesday, Decem'er   9, 1914.
JOHN  MAY.
(Continued  from  Page  Two.)
ehip, witness said John May did not
go hunting.
In reply to Mr. Peters, witness
said he did not know that John took
any of these knives away with him.
James Mead, provincial officer, remembered October 10, before the
preliminary hearing. A statement
was signed by Joseph May in the
presence of Chief Minty.
Chief Mlnty testified that the
statement signed by Joseph May was
read to him by himself (Chief
Minty).
The court adjourned at 11:30 until 2 o'cloik.
Upon resuming in   ihe   afternoon
Mr. Peters said that he had decided
in view of the-weakness of the case!
I
of the Crown to call no witnesses.
Mr. Fisher in addressing (lie jury.
contended that the case was not as!
weak as It was   represented. He re-i
called   the oi mini staples   connected
with the movements of the  accused.]
He traced (he movements of the two
men,  Taylor and   the   accused,   who
had   been   drinking.   The  connection
with the ferry and with  tho boat of
George Belrnes wore all alluded to.
He said  il  was clear that the   two
Taylor had the hat and coat of
the accused on. Mr. Fisher showed
that the pieces of the neck of a
bottle found near the body fitted
into the bottle that was left in the
boat of George Belrnes.
Reading the statement signed by
Joseph May made before Chief Minty it was argued that tne shirt belonged to John May. The statement
said John May returned home at
twenty minutes to 1. He had only
his underclothes on. His trousers
were wet, indicating that he had
washed the parts ,to obliterate the
marks of blood.
It was evident that the men were
drinking. They had exchanged coats.
The Indian had the bottle when last
seen. It was free to suppose that Taylor wanted the bottle and the Indian
wisher! to take it home. A scuffle
probably followed, and Taylor, according  to  the  wounds described  by
took off his shirt and threw it away.
When he came to the boat he found
only one oar. He went to the ferry
to get an oar from there. He expected to find the ferry locked. Finding
the ferry not locked he took it
across, forgetting about tke things
he left in the boat farther down.
The only wet elothes In the house
when search was made next day were
the man's trousers. It is evident that
he attempted to wash the blood
marks off the trousers.
Adair Carss, in addressing the
jury on behalf of the prisoner, said
he did not place much credit on the
supposition that It was John May
that was heard tnlkinp: when drunk
because the language of the man
sounded like Siwash. Drunken men's
language might be taken sometimes
for any language.
The coat that (he man Taylor wore
when  stabbed   was  the  coat   of   the
Ihe  doctor,  had   probably   been   Be- accused. It was not peculiar that the
verely    wounded    across   the     nose.! hat  of the accused  should  be   worn
Iso. The finding of   the   shirt   was
a very   so
men were ai the South Hazelton
station. The Indian, the accused, offered a drink to a railway official,
Taylor was undoubtedly the other
man, who, knowing he should be on
duly, tried to conceal himself from
him. The two men Btarted off down
towards iT«e bridge.
There were evidenci
vcrc- struggle. The Indian had ' a little to be wondered at. It was a
knife and Taylor had none. His J class of shirt worn by many In the
thumb was sliced In defending him-: district,
self against the knife of his as-1 The murderer of Taylor was more
sallant. The man's forgnrm was cut likely to get blood on his shirt than
also.  He was cul  across the   mouth, on his trousers.
To his,inind it was after getting the Referring to the evidence of Jos-
cul across the throat that he went epn May, Mr. Carss contended that
down. The hatred of the assailant is the Crown tried to discredit Ihe
shown by the stabs inserted In the statements of the boy. If they did,
back after he went down. i(hen hJs evidence' was not to be be-
The Indian, Inning done the deed," lieved on any point. It was more
started for the boat. The Indian was likely that he was telling the truth
still   drunk   and    started    back.    He ' when he said he did not notice what
John May had on when he came in
as It was dark at the time, rather
than, when the police wrote what
they wanted him to say and got him
to sign it.
If the Jury believed all that was
put forth by the Crown this man
shed the evidences ef his crime from
the very body of the victim lo his
home. That was the work of a madman or else of another designing
person. It were better to have several guilty men escape than have
one Innocent man suffer. Tho Jury
must be perfectly satisfied In the
matter of circumstantial evidence.
It was dangerous to place too much
confidence as to matters of lime and
casual conversations. Circumstance
could become most pliant in the
hands of those who wished to mould
them.
Presuming that the man was
guilty and that they were drinking
together, the Indian would have
been able to have got madly drunk.
The man who was killed was guilty
of an offence ff It were true that he
gave the liquor to the Indian. That
man was guilty of having caused his
own destruction.
His Lordship in charging the jury
remarked upon the fact thai il was
a most solemn act. A Canadian citizen had been brutally murdered, it
ippeared. It was a crime against
society and should be traced home
Circumstantial evidence was often
more cogent than direct evidence.
They were not administering, divine
I THE METHODIST CHURCH
5   Parsonage: 632 8th Ave. W.; Clureh: 6th Ave. and Musgrave Place.
British   Columbia   Conference; Rev. J. F. Dimmick, Pastor.
Palnce Rupert, B.C., April 9, 1914.
-MR. HARRY HANSON,
"Tks Reliable  Plumber," Prince Rupert   L.C.:
Dear Sir,—I have great pleasure in certifying ro th° excellent ot
water and heating system that you installed in our parsonage ...ad
that after six months of operatoti through the winter months It has
given eveiy satisfaction.
The system heats a thirty-gallon tank of water to boiling temperature in one hour after the fire has been started; K in no way Interferes with the oven for baking purposes. In addition to this the
warll radiator which y.ou placet! in dining room and connected with
the range boiler has given us splendid saiisfactlon, supplying us
with ample healing throughou the winter, savins us the cost of a
stove and fuel. I most heartily testily to tho satisfaction and efficiency of your system and gladly recommend It.
Sincerely yours, -   -
(Signed) i REV. i .1. F. DIMMICK.
[60 LHTTBRS LIKE THIS. J
HARRY HANSON
THE   RELIABLE   PLUMBER
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justice but human justice. It was
not often that one man murdered
another In the presence of witnesses.
If the circumstances put in in evidence were such as to be capable of
explanation and were not explained
by the defence it was justifiable to
accept the facts.
His Lordship explained the legal
side of murder and manslaughter.
Drunkenness was no excuse for
murder unless it were clearly proved  that the  man    was  Incapable   of &Hl0OraOX!rtWO<mi<tOl^^
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realizing. ! QQfoQt^itfiQ^
If the jury concluded that Taylor 5
and  May  reached  the  place of   the
murder together they would have to
conclude as  to   whether   the   crime I
was committed by the accused.
It was possible for the Crown to
have established beyond a doubt
that the stains alleged to be blood
marks were such. The Crown should
have done this beyond all peradven-
ture.
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Thompson Hardware Co., Limited
Rifles and Shot Guns
Ammunition
Camping Supplies
Read The Morning Journal
For the Household
Delivered to your kitchen
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Budweiser
175,000,000 Bottles Yearly
That was the demand for Budweiser last
year.
The Anheuser-Busch Plant covers today
more than 142 acres —equal to 70 city
block.-:. It gives steady employment to
6,000 people, and to 1,500 more In Its
branches.
Every process, every room, is immaculate.
Every bottle is Pasteurized and inspected.
This Quality-Plant, started nearly 50 years
ago, is a model of modern facilities.
The hundreds of visitors who go through
every clay know that nothing of Its kind
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Sonic of the Principal
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PHONE 101. P.O. nilAWEH 1040 :WI> SECOND AVE
The law did not require them as 'iifhQQ&aWioaooo&raowvo^
jurymen to know all the facts. They
must not be agitated by the doubts
that a mistake may be made. They
must be satisfied beyond all reasonable doubt. As Mr, Carss had said
in his excellent address, said His
Lordship, were the chain of circumstances compatible with innocence
because in many instances the same
set were equally compatible with
guilt? A man was to be believed Innocent until proved guilty.
The jury retired, later bringing in
a verdict of guilty.
ME HK.'il  COST Ol-    LIVING  HE-
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Went Quality   Domestic   Lump   Coal!
99.50 Per Tint
liest Quality Washed   \nI I on!
$8.75 Per Ton
DELIVERED
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SECOND'AVE 'KAR MeBRIDH,
The'Daily Journal
SOc. Der month
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Send for Five Roses
COUPON
Writ*   N»mc   .nd    Addm.    plainly
Don i Inrftt to (rule* Ten Cent*
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BEING A MANUAL OF GOOD RECIPES carefully
choten from (lie contribution, of over two thuuiond
j •uctci.l.il utrn of Civ- Row* Flour throughout Canada.
AUo L •'■ful NotCf on the vnri'ju* cIompi of good thiugi
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m Wednesday, December   9, If 14.
PR-INCH RUPERT JOURNAL
BACK TO THE LAND ~
Ho you realize that the Lakelse and Kitsuiiikaliini valleys contain over 150,000 acres of the choicest agricultural land in the
Province of British Columbia? This land according to Government
reports is especially suited to small fruits and vegetables and results obtained by present settlers In these valleys have proved this
beyond question. Situated as they are, less than ninety miles
from Prince Rupert, with churches, schools, hotels, and railroad
accommodation, an unusual opportunity is offered the prospective
fanner,
We arc offering 5- and 10-acre trusts of the very choicest land
in Ilie district. Tbe terms nVe very easy. A small payment down
and I be balance lo suit  I be purchaser.
Call and Investigate this Opportunity Today
ami Id  US prove to you wbal can be done with live or ten acres in
small fruits and vegetables.
Special Offer
We oiler 1(10 acres of good bind, partially cleared, with buildings, railroad running through It, lor .SO.00 per acre. Will be sold
on terms to suit purchaser.
INSURANCE   1,\ ALL   BRANCHES g
McCAFFERY, GIBBONS & BOYLE
o
DEEP INTEREST IS
SHOWN IN DRILL
OAPT. CLAYTON HASIXCKEASING
NUMBERS ATTENDING   AT
HALL.
Over Sixty Were Presenl  Last Night
to Take the   Exercises
Given.
The interest in the drill instruction that is being given at the Agricultural Hall under Capt. Clayton is
increasing. Last night over sixty
were present and took part in the
exercises, Among them were a number of business men who realise that
at a time like this instruction In drill
is something that should be encouraged.
The next drill will be on Thursday evening at the same place. All
who can avail themselves of the opportunity should attend.
I  TEN MORE PRIZES ADDED
1ST  PRIZE  KITCHEN
CABINET
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 s-el a
con ]-on.
Fuller's Grocery
Phone  ">72 :M 1  3rd Ave.
5 a-ao-aa fra<w-w&wiiHi#&iW»tt##0
For St. John Nurses.
This evening there will take place
at the Borden Street School the examination of about twenty-two young
ladies of the city who have been
taking a course of instruction in the
St. John Ambulance. These are a
part of the class of thirty who have
I been taking the course here for some
I months.
Ladies' desks, gift that is appreci-
ited, furnished in finned, golden anil
at George D. Tite's.
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The Rexall Stores of Canada
CONTRIBUTE TO
The Canadian Patriotic Fund
Till: Rexall Stores of Canada, 100 of the leading Drug Stores
in Canada have unanimously agreed to contribute to tbe
Canadian Patriotic Fund, FIVE PER CENT, of their total purchases of all Rexall Toilet Goods, Rexall Remedies and other merchandise manufactured or sold by he I'nited Drug Company, Limited,
Toronto,   from  October    15th   o December 31st, 1014.
This action of the Rpm:i!I Drug Stores of Canada has been
undertaken co-operatively, because as a co-operative organization, they realize (low much more can be done unitedly than individually, and it has been taken for two
reasons—to fulfill 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 on 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 Rexall Toilet and Medicinal goods.
Sufficient to say that 7,000 of the leading Drug Stores in
Canada, Great Britain, and the United 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.
Better goods are not made, and yon take no risk In buying, for every Rexall Store will return you your money if
any Rexall Product is not entirely satisfactory and do it,
too, without the slightest objection.
There's a full list of Rexall products walling for you at
the Rexall Store in your town.
Ask for it—kindly pass he word along to your friends.
It Is the collective purchases of all that will make this
Rexall .Store Fund for ilia Canadian Patriotic Organization work a big one.
The Fund will be col!ect9 from each Rexall Store In Canada by the United Dnis Company, Limited, Toronto, and
will he paid by them .Irocl in the officers of the Canadian Patriotic Org;ini.:,.tioii, and the amount so collected
win he published in this paper when paid over.
REXALL GOODS ARE MAPI-: IX  CANADA  und   you    can   procure
them in your town only from
C. H. Orme, The Pioneer Druggist
Two Stores, Phones 82 and 200
The Rexall Store
Settled Out of Court.
The civil action of Philpott vs
Beatty relative to the Prince Rupert
Fish Company has been settled out
of court. Mr. Philpott, who is with
the Overseas Company, returned
yesterday to appear as a witness
but the matter will not come up in
court now.
Your Christmas Gift
Question Solved
For every $2.00 purchase during
December your opportunity for band,
some brass be<] and Wilton carpet
square; sco windows at George D.
Tite's. dO
Corporation 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 construction of the following plank roads
and sidewalks:
fl) Bacon Street, Tenth Avenue
and Alfred Street.
12) Borden Street.
13) Frederick Street.
Plans may be seen and specifications obtained at the city engineer's
office.
The lowest or any tender not
necessarily accepted.
W. McG. MASON,
City Engineer.
United Drug Company, Limited
Toronto
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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
B ig 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 cknee for Brass Bed, value $75.00
and Genuine Wilton Carpet, value $60.    See Window.
NOTICE OF   DISSOLUTION OP
PARTNERSHIP.
TAKE NOTICE that the partnership heretofore existing between
Robert J. D. Smith and Alfred J.
Mallett, carrying on business as
plumbers and healing engineers under the firm name of "Smith & Mallett" In the city of Prince Rupert ir
the Province of British Columbia
was this day mutually dissolved.
AND FURTHER. TAKB NOTICE
that the business shall be carried on
by the said Robert J. D. Smith, who
has assumed all the debts and liabili.
i'es of the said firm and to whom all
accounts due to the said firm are payable.
Hated this nineteenth day of November, Nineteen Hundred and Fourteen.
ROBERT J.  D.  SMITH.
ALFRED J.  MALLETT.
DAVID C. STUART,' witness   as   to
both  parties. 4wd2
Suggestions for Xmas Buyers
LADIES' DESKS in fumed oad,   Early   English
ami golden finish.
Indian Leather,  Tapestry   and   Cretonne   Cushions,   from   JjS2 up to $10
Oak Pedestals and Ottomans,    Sectional    liook-
cases.
Just Arrived
Wilton, Brussels and Tapestry Carpet Squares
In many handsome designs and colorings;, special Christmas reductions.
BUFFETS, CHINA CABINETS, ALSO DINING
TABLES AND CHAIRS. ALL RECEIVE SPE-
CIAL   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
HOTEL DIRECTORY
Members  of the Prince  Rupe> t
Licensed Vintners' Association
Phone .93
'.O. Box ;SS
WINDSOR    HOTEL
Cor. of First Ave. and  Eighth Si.
W. H. Wright, Prop.
HOTEL CENTRAL
First Ave. and Seventh St.
European  and   American   Plane
$1.00 t». $2.50 Per Day
Peter Black.. Prop.
KNOX HOTEL
First    Ave.    Between    Eighth    and
Ninth
European Plan;  Rates SOc to $1.00
Per Day
Besner  &   Besner,  Props.
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Seventh  Sts.
European Plan;  .">()<• to   $1  Per Daj
ROYAL HOTEL
Corley & Burgess, Props.
Third   Ave.  and  Sixth   St.
European Plan Steam Heated
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Second  Ave. and  Sixth  St.
Phone HH2
Pacific Cartage Limited
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We have Warm Storage
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Tnree pah's of our famous
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ouch   day
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