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Array The Journal
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VOL. V.
PRINCE RUPERT, B.  C,   TUESDAY,   DECEMBER   29,   1914.
Price   .">   (Vnls.
Nn.  32
AIRMEN MADE A CLEVER
PREMIER BORDEN INSPECTED 6,000 MEN
PAfllS IS WOW MADE IMPREGNABLE BY DEFENCES
UNITED STATES PROTESTS AGAINST RESTRICTIONS
American Hunter
Shot By Canadian
Soldier Near Niagara
WILL BE CHARGED
WITH TAKING MEAT
ARREST MADE OF MAN   WHO IS
BELIEVED   TO   HAVE   APPROPRIATED SUPPLY.
Man,   It    Is    Alleged,    Hoarded    the
Prince John and Took a Good
Amount of Meat.
A man named Nelson will appear
in the Police Court on Wednesday
morning charged with stealing meat
from the steamer Prince John. According to the allegations against the
man, he believed in doing the thing
well. He had appropriated, it is said,
a side of pork and a quarter of mutton and was proceeding to take it
across the harbor in his dingy.
According to the informaation,
the man took his boat alongside the
G.T.P. steamer as the latter lay at
the wharf. He coolly proceeded to
take from the stores of the vessel
the meat referred to and then started
to row across the harbor.
Toro 28.—Two American
hunters on the Niagara River near
Fort Erie attempted to escape today
from the Canadian game warden.
When they failed to comply the warden called a patrol of three Canadian soldiers, who fired over the
heads of the Americans to scare
them.
One man fired a final shot and In
consequence Chas. Dorsch, one of the
party, was killed. Another one was
wounded.
A protest has been made from
Washington  in  the m.atter.
Premier Inspected Canadian
Troops
Winnipeg, Dec. 28.—Six iaousand men of the contingents
were inspected here today by Premier Borden. It took forty minutes to get by the saluting ststion.
Paris Has Great
System Of Defences
Completed About City
Paris, Dec. 28.—Tbe underground
defences which were started at the
first of the war about the city have
now been completed. The city, in
cu.jsequence, is the centre of armed
entrenchments which extend for
sixty miles in diameter and with
two miles of circumference.
Behind these lines run light railways for the transport of troops
and war munitions.
Protest Made By
United States Against
British Regulations
Washington, Dec. 28.—The United;
States has entered a protest against
British interference with freight
sent by exporters from the United
States to neutral ports and to the
regulations which are being enforced
by Britain covering these cargoes..
They allege in tbe protest that It
is impossible to do business with
these restrictions  existing.
 o .
Delayed  hy Fogs.
The C.P.R. steamer Princess May
for Skagway did not reach port until about 10 o'clock last   night,   being delayed by fogs farther south.
TO PUT IN WATER
MAIN ON FULTON
THE  WORK   WILL  III:   PROCEEDED WITH TO MEET RE-
QUIREMENTS,
A   Twelve-inch   Pipe   Will   Connect
From Sixth   Avenue   to Third     ^
Avenue.
THE BRITISH AIRSHIP FLEET INVADED
GERMAN TERRITORY AND PLAY HAVOC
Clever Work Done By Attackers Upon the Naval Base At Cuxhaven-Zep-
pelins Were No Match For The Britisher But Were Driven Off From;'
# The Defense Of The Positions - Extent Of Damage Done Not Known
Being detected by one of the crew,
(Continued   on   Page   Four. I
WESTHOLME
Opera House
Wednes. and Thurs.
DEC. 30th and 31st
.ondon, Dec. 2S.—In a recent
aeroplane raid made by the British
seaplanes  upon   the    naval    base    at
owo-iOHHOoooaoafioaoaooooatt: Cuxhaven the fact tnBt the invadlng
Britishers were able lo drive off the
German Zeppelins is regarded as
highly significant, it affords an indication that the big German airships
are untrustworthy.
A counter raid is expected here
and people have been warned to take
refuge in basements. The danger in
such raids is not only from dropping bombs but from fragments of
projectiles hurled at hostile airships
which naturally fall to the earth.
Tin' English newspapers are enthusiastic over the raid, which is declared to have been the most remarkable engagement In twentieth
century  warfare.
The rani took place on Wednesday, l lecembi r 23. The German « ar-
" SIXTY
YEARS
A
QUEEN"
Great  British Spectacle in
Seven  Heels
An   Epitome of  thc   Life   anil
Deign ol' Queen Victoi in
Admission   iOc,   15c    and    -lie
i'irsi    Performance   Sharp   ul
jjj  7    p.m.;    Second    I'ei loiniance
X aboul   II   p.in.
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Was  Ti
Low.
The  City  Council    on    request    of
Mr.
j   »ir.   Yetterberg,  the  lowest  tenderer
■5  for  part  o
s
I
t   the  price  specified   by  him
if the roadway, released
him from his contract. It was net
forth that he could not make money
ships  lying off   Cuxhaven    were   at- the  submarines,  and    th
tacked by seven British seaplanes.
The seaplanes were escorted by II.
M. S. Undaunted and the destroyer
Aretluisa.
As soon as the British attack was
discovered by the Germans off Heligoland I hey sent two   Zeppelin air-
Zeppelins
guns   of
were  put  to  iligbt  by  th
the   Undaunted.
Bombs were dropped on the German warships and on points of special military significance. Considerable damage was done, the extent of
which   is  not  known.   After  the  at-
ships and a number of   submarines tack  the Undaunted  picked  up   the
to  attack  them.    By  constant    man-
oeuvering the British easily avoided
THE ROYAL BANK MAS
UAH PROSPEROUS VEAR
Financial Situation Has Vol Affected
ihe Institution's
Standing.
The  Royal   Hank    has   attained   a
A. \V. Ross, of Vancouver, secretary of the Underwriters, has written Dybhavn & Hanson relative to
the Insurance' rate. The firm bad
written the secretary of the Underwriters   informing   him     that     the
Woodworth Lake water proposition
I
was now In use. Mr, Ross in hi- reply said he expected to have the city
[visited by a representative shortly
He urged thai the putting In of a
twelve-Inch main on Fulton Street
from Sixth Avenue to Third Avenue
I be looked into.
Aid. M"i i should
he gone into now, li would not be
costly, lie favored i i oi • ding at
i a       v. ith   thi.-;.
Aid.   Morrison   fell   thai   as    mere
I was   tail;   of  a   change   of    grade    it
would be wisei  to co slow ly.
Aid.   Montgomi i     could    nol
my greal need of this now  thai  Mc-
(Conlinucd  on  Page Four.)
cape.
ALASKAN FISH ARE
GOING THIS ROUTE NOW
The Prospector Brought On Her Catch
Direct From the Banks And Shipped East Over the G.T.P.—Others
Are Expected to Follow this Course
seaplanes and made a successful es-;ll0sltion :iK ()llc' of lho tl"'(-''' largest
banks In Canada, in the amount of
capital and (lie extent of Its business. It Is second In the number of
its   braio lies   in   the    Dominion    and
i-'rec Water Question.
In reply to a question by Aid.
Montgomery lo I night at the Council meeting as to «ben a reporl on
the question of free water for ihe
city   was  io  be   forthcoming   ii    was
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Praised Work Of City Engineers
A report which was presented at the Council last night and
adopted gave high praise to Ihe city staff in connection with tne
hydro-electric plant installation, with especial praise for the city
engineer, W. McG, Mason, and the electrical engineer, Tims. Duncan. Regret was expressed that in consequence of the financial situation more substantial recognition could not be made.
Steadily  this  port   Ie    growing   in  Hi
importance as a shipping   polnl   fo
halibut. The fishing boat   Prosi tor
the fish through a second  porl
which came in with a trial shipmentlhallb
two   weeks ago,  returned  lust   w.•■■■'
end with a second shipment. On the
The  Prospector on   her   lasl   trip
here broughl over seventeen tons of
which     was     Immediately
boxed nnd iced   at  lite   Government!
Wharf by   the Atlin   Fisheries
in this province and  In Nova Scotia announced   thai    ilie   Council     was
and   the  Wesl   Indies,  has  more  of-  waiting   for a   report    from    Reg ua
(Continued on  Page Four.) Ion tin     tibji   I
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Electric Company Will Wait
A  requesl   was made to Hie Cltj    Conn 11   .'    I    nlghl    by   the
Canadian General Electric Compnny   req      I he    i   I
hydi'O-eleetrli   pli nt ll      ew of the fa     I        I ho  planl   wan
now   working    "There's  ii"1   much    cheek    aboul    this,"     aid    the
mayor, Aid. Kerr pro]         refer lo tin   Dm iiimlttee,
bul   Aid    Morrissey  moved  thai In view of tli    I    I  I
noi   li id leu bi i ii pul in thin i       rurl   er payment In   tiefi   red. 1   •
mol Ion can led.
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last  trip  ihe boat came direel   from M,n, over the G.T.P, easl to the mar
the  lishing banks  to  Prince  Rupertjkets.
and   transferred  through    the   Atlln  0	
Fisheries the catch, which went east
over the line of the railway.
The importance of getting the
fish away quickly from here is being
felt by those engaged in  the   busl-
llefiindcd   Interest,
U  tbe Council meeting  last  night
the  Bank   of Montreal   refunded
sum of about $8,600 which had been i;
jness In.Alaska. It is said that other claimed  by the city at liming been
boats    will  shortly   be   making    this unpaid   Interest  on    treasury   f-ortlli-!
■0«*W«bKh>#s»i^ Hie port for transfer Instead of put-'eates.
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| Harry Atkins - Family Butcher
Has rented n market stand nl
Cor. of Third Avenue and Second Street
in store of Stalker >': Wells
Has opened with a choice selected slock of Meals. Pmmpl alien,
g lion lo phone orders, Prices moderate I" soil (lie limes. Will up.
S   predate  everyone's  patronage.
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Tuesday, December I'D,  11)11.
PRINCE    RUPERT    JOURNAL
prince tfupctf journal
Telephone 138
0. H. NELSON, I.diior
lion of First, Second and Third Avenues at Lyncb's Store.
We yei have a reserve fund from
the same source to extend a water
main, IS inches in diameter, from
Sixth Avenue and Fulton Street,
along Fulton to a junction at Third
Avenue. All of which will materially
influence insurance rales in the business  district.
Olflce: 12S Third Avenue East,
near AIcBride Street. Telephone 138
Postoffice   Box   607.
DAILY   EDITION.
Published every morning except
Monday. Delivered by carrier in the
city at the following rate, It paid In J     When  nil   these  shall   be  complet
advance:—•
One   Year $5.0-0
Six   Months $2.50
Three   Months $1-25
One   Month $0.50
ed, we will yet have a surplus remaining from that same bylaw sufficient to meet any accidental emergency that may occur in operating a
WEEKLY  EDITION. I p,ant
Published  every Friday  for  clrcu ,
btion   outside   tbe  CUy   of   Prince;     II ls not my desire to be boastful
Rupert at $2.00 a year, addressed t    0f  accomplishments  of  the    present
points in Canada; or $3.0» a year to ■ .
all  points  In  the   United    Kmgdem |
the  United  States or   other   foreign;has been  done  from the  bylaw  that
countries. >„,, |,.,,| nearly been convinced could
Advertising   Hates   Upon  Application
Skeena  Land  District — District oflFhone 300 P.O. Box 163E
Coast, Range 5.
take  notice  that Richard I Harrison W. Rogers
ARCHITEC1
Suite  1
Federal BIdg.
that Richard
Charles Farrow, or Vancouver. B.C.,
occupation Apprentice, intends to apply for permission to lease tbe foi
lowing described lands: Commencing
at a post planted at the north-west
corner of Lot 007, Skeena City, B.C.,
thence north 20 chains, thence east
20 chains, thence south 20 chains,
thence west 20 chains to point of
commencement, containing 40 acres
more or less.
RICHARD CHARLES FARROW
Dated  7th September, 1914.      o7
Skeena Land  District — District of
Coast — Range 5.
A  JUDGE'S   REMARKS.
The Liberal press ls highly elated
because a judge of the Supreme
Court of British  Columbia proceeded
TAKE NOTICE hhat H. Bell-Irving & Co., Ltd., of Vancouver, B.C.,
occupation Salmon Canners, intend
to apply for permission to purchase
the following described lands: Commencing at a post planted at hig*
water on easterly side of De Horsey
Island and about two miles in a
north-easterly direction from Parry
Point; thence west 20 chains; thence
800 h.p. plant, a  further   summary'south   20    chains,   thence   east   20
of the linances of the city might beL°,llains  mor(<; °,   'ess   to   shore-line;
thence  northerly   and   easterly   fol-
interesting at this time. !lowing the sinuosities of  the shore
line to point of commencement   and
containing 40 acres more or less.
H. BELL-IRVING & CO., LTD.
Arthur Klpp, Agent.
Dated August 1st, 1914. aul2
mot  supply sufficient   funds   for   an
Tuesday, December 29,  1914
We have secured sufficient money
to give an 18-inch water main service to Sections Two and Sevens
[sufficient money to grade a recreation ground for the children and
athletes of the city;  money for the
■'  ■"•■'•   ''"*■   ■■' •rili"'z"    "::ilnlnew Borden Street School; new side
walks, completing Section One side-
actions alleged to have been taken
by the law firm of which the Attorney-General of the Province is a
member. The remarks of Chief Justice Hunter may have been warranted. On the other hand they may not
have been warranted. Judges, like
any other men, make mistakes, but
a judge has privileges accorded him
from bis place on the bench- to
make statements that would not be
tolerated if said off the bench. We
do not know all the influences and
circumstances connected with the
episode in the Vancouver court. Mr.
Ritchie, the lawyer directly concerned, may have erred. We would feel
almost safe in giving an assurance
tbatHon. Mr. Bowser personally knew
nothing of any connection of his
firm with the case, if there was any
such connection. Before becoming
Jubilant over the situation the Lib
eral press can better wait until the
last round in the affair.
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I Correspondence |
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THE    HYDRO-ELECTRIC.
To  tiie Citizens ol   Prince   Rupert
Ladies and Gentlemen,—The time
is now opportune for an explanation
of the attitude I assumed prior to
the last civic election re Hydro-
Electric franchise. At that time
though, marked contentions were
li o I rl forth to you by the parties
seeking to sell our franchise to the
Prince Rupert Hydro-Electric Co.
1st. That there was not sufficient
money available in the iben Hydro-
Electric Bylaw to furnish the city
with an 800 h.p. generating plant;
2nd. That the city's plant could not
be completed in lime to furnish the
necessary electric current for the
succeeding year; and, 3rd. That tbe
old plant was Incapable of furnishing the juice Hoy required Of it.
Tbe parties contending for the
city retaining Its own franchise are
now in a position to prove to you
the accuracy of their contentions.
The following statemenl of facts
si Id convinci yon thai the presenl   council   has   made   coo.I.   Instead
mil   ia---   j™. iid"d
on        ii      io li neratin       :
:i   a   completed   gravity    water     All   per on    In en  ted   in  the ac-
tem   rrom   Woodworth   Lake,    we qulrlni   of  leasei   on  the  waterfronl
I  row  from  funds  pro- owned by the Provincial Government
I'ldetl from thai same bylaw, n  1,650 are    requested    to    communicate    In
plan!   complete.   To- writing   with  the special   comi littei
er witli a completed gravitj   wa- of  thi    Board   of   Trade,    Hoard   of
stem,    purchasing,    transport- Trade   Rooms,  2nd  Ave.,  giving   full
walk system; building a new plank
roadway on Borden Street; plank
roadway extensions from McBride
Street to Eleventh Avenue, Albert
Street and intersecting streets; re-
planked a portion of Sixth Avenue,
and maintained an efficient service
I over our whole plank roadway system throughout the city. We have
secured sufficient funds to complete
the grading of Section One and will
retire from power with a working
revenue balance in cash for local
improvement and other special funds
of about $65,000.00.
We have further financed your
city from Its general revenue
source, in the following manner: We
have reduced the operating cost of
thc City Hall staff, in both the en
gineering and treasurer departments
We have lessened your burden of
taxation from 17 mills gross to 14
mills gross. We have completely adjusted all the public accounts and
have completed ' tbe most perfect
audit that has ever been given to
the city's books.
We assumed power by inheriting
a paper surplus of some $137,000.-
00 of your unpaid taxes, $19,000.00
of which was available in cash, Tbe
greater part of the balance was collected by the influence of a tax sale.
We are now retiring, leaving a
paper surplus of some $7.),000.00,
and there will be available a substantial cash balance.
To the official staff of the City
Hall I commend unstinted praise and
more especially to Mr. W, McG.
Mason, our capable city engineer,
and his efficient staff, to whom I feel
the citizens as a whole should award
unstinted praise.
Trusting the above statement may
be satisfactory and wishing you all
the season's greetings, 1 have much
pleasure   In  remaining,
Your obedient servant,
DANIEL  w.   MORRISSEY,
Chairman of Finance.
Prince Rupert, December 28lh,
191 I,
Subscribe  for The  Dal
50 nents      month.
Journal.
\\.\i'i:i;i iioNiAci:  leaser,
NOTICE OF   DISSOLUTION OF
PARTNERSHIP.
TAKE N0TIC3 that the partnership heretofore existing between
Robert J, D. Smith and Alfred J.
Mallett, carrying on business as
plumbers and heating 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 TAKE NOTICE
that the business shall be carried on
by the said Robert J. D. Smith, who
has assumed all the debts and liabili.
lies of the said firm and to whom all
accounts due to the said firm are payable.
Dated 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
Prince Rupert, B.C.
Engines   Installed   and    Genera!
Repairs
Oxy-Acetylene  Plant   iu   Connection
Phone Red 150 Third Avenue
J. H. HILDITCH
Contractor end Buildei
Estimates given on all classes of
work, whether small or large. Per-
sonul attention given to every item.
PHONE GREEN 321
FREDERICK PETERS, K.C.
Barrister, Solicitor *nd Notary Publi
Office in
EXCHANGE BLOCK
DR. GILROY, DENTIST
Crown and Bridge Work a
Specialty
Office: Smith   Block,   Third   Avenue
HOTEL DIRECTORY
Members of the Prince Rupcvt
Licensed Vintners' Association
WINDSOR    HOTEL
Cor. of First Ave. and Eighth St.
\V. fl. Wright, Prop.
HOTEL CENTRAL
First Ave, and Seventh St.
European   and   American  Plana
$1.00 to $2.50 Per Day
Peter  Black, Prop.
KNOX HOTEL
First    Ave.    Between    Eighth    and
Ninth
European  Pian;   Rates  50c to $1.00
Per Day
Besner   &   Besner,   Props.
ing and  laj In ■■ three   and one;
half miles of 1 8- Inch I teel pipe; and
doing the necessary excavation and
back-filling for same.
IVe ba\e also provided an Is-lncb
water main from Sixth Avenue,
along   Mi Bride Streel   to Third  .'. ve-
EMPRESS  HOTEL
3. X. Rochester V. D. Casley
Third  Ave. Between Sixth and
Seventh Sts.
European Plan;  50c to   $1  Per Day
ROYAL HOTEL
Corley <ft Burgess, Props.
Third  Ave. und  Sixth  St.
European Plun Steam Hcntcd
BEAVER     WHOLBS1LB     LIQUOR
CO..   LIMITED
Second   Ave.  und  Sixth   St.
Phone lOi!
PRINCE RUPERT IMPORTING CO.
LIMITED
Fraser and Sixth Sis
Phone   7
3. W. POTTEK, L.I.R.B.A.
ARCHITECT    AND    STRUCTURAL
ENGINEER
Re-inforced Concrete a Specialty
P. O. Box 271
A. FAULDS, M.I. M.E.
Consult ing Mining Engineer
Examinations   and    development    ol
Coal, Metal, Oil. Etc.
709 Duusmuir St.      Vancouver, B.C.
HAIRDRESSING
PARLORS
Massage,   Manicuring,   Scalp   Treatment, Electric Treatments, Etc.
Mrs.   N. L. Hundnsyde, Prop.
211 Third St.        PRINCE HUPEH1
XBBB&3M
CHRISTMAS SAILINGS
for the South
S.S. PRINCE JOHN
will leave Prince Rupert for V ncouver at 7 p.m., Tuesday, December 2 i, arriving- Vancouver at 8 p.m. Thursday, December 21,
connectin z with local steamers arriving in Victoria and Seattle on
Christman Day.
MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS EARLY! I
S.S. PRINCE GEORGE
S.S. Pri ice George sails every Friday at 9 a.m. for Vancouver,
Victoria and Seattle. BI^ '
Special Reduced Rates
between, all points on the G.T.P. Railway for   Christmas  aud  New
Vein- holidays, on sale December M) to January 7.
For  «serrations, tickets, etc.,apply at G.T.P. T'c,ket Office, Third
Avenue;   AGENCY ALL ATLANTIC STEAMSHIP  LIVES.
Canadian Pacific Railway
PRINCESS MAQUIMA, Southbound
SUNDAY, AT 8 P.M.
3. G. McNAB, General Agent, comer Third  Ave.   and   Fourth   St.
JAMES GILMORE
ARCHITECT
Second Ave. Near McBride St.
P.O. Box 1714 Telephone 44S
RITCHIE,   AGNEW  &  CO.
Civil Engineers and Surveyors
Prince Rupert,  B.C.
Waterworks,   Water   Power,    Whar
Joustruction, Reports, Plans, Domin-
on and Provincial Land  Surveying,
Electric Blue Printing, Negatives and
White Prints
Pbine Blue 183        Res. Phone 39?
LINDSArs'cARTAGE a STORAGE
O. T.   P.  CARTAvfE AGENTS
331    SECOND   AVENUE
JINGLE POT COAL
it handled by us. Ail orders receivi
prompt attention   Phone No. 68.
particulars of whal they require, the
use they Intend making of the waterfronl obtained, and the amount
of Improvemenl proposed! All applications should be In by the 26th j
Inst., In order to allow the committi el
time to ' omplie bucIi Information re-'.
GRANITE
inn-   also   in im li   ivater  main   fromjcelved In  time tq submil  to Col.   R,10UANITH of best quality and thor-
|iv  alley  on  Sixth    Rtreo     between H,  Thomi ion,  representative  of  the oughly tested  for sale
The Queen Charlotte
Oil Fields Limited
Oilice will open today in Law-Butler
Building for sale ot a limited
amount, of   Trnnsury Stock
CEO. F.   MACDONALD,   SecTreus.
DOMINION
FUNERAL   DIRECTORS
Cattail  and   Undutakrrs Supplies at
Wholnale Pricta
Shipping Casft a Specialty
TERMS REASONABLE
A. Al.LET, Mgr.        Phone II
■■■■■■I
I2ag*a
Sei ond    I  i nuc  and  Tl Irrl    ivi nue   Provii overn      il   in hi   return;
                             Fi i                     to  Prim       ' :     ■        near    full d alon             '-..ii.     i o the            t«r< ' |
cm stone or Crashed  Rock in
Quantities
VI-IIL.l. McLIiOP     Phone Green '.:i7
HAYNER BROS
Pioneer Funeral Directors and
Eiiibullliers. Open Day and
Night.    Ladies'    Assistant    in
Attendance.
PHONE 8(i.    710 THIRD AVE.
THE UNION STEAMSHIP CO. OF B.C. LTD'
S.S. VENTURE
Southbound Tuesdays at 9 p.m.
Sailings for Granby, Simpson and the Naas
Sundays at Midnight
For further particulars apply to
JOHN  BARNSLEY,  AGENT        :: 031 Second Ave., Phone 5(18
Agency  Atlantic    Steamships.
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Royal Bank of Canada
HEAD  OFFICE:   MONTREAL ESTABLISHED  ISf.O
Capital    If  11,500,000
Reserved  Fund $ 12,500,000
Total    Assets $185,000,000
Savings   Rank    Departticut—91 will open an account
Brunches  Throughout  Canada and Barking Connections Willi   All
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Tuesday,  December 29,  1914.
INTERESTING     BOOKLET    WHIT.
TEN  BY  EAST  INDIAN     -
PUBLIC MAN.
Tiie Natives in India Are Heurl and
Soul Willi Great
Britain.
Electric Light Profits For City
From the office ot the Superintendent of Light the following statement as to what the Department showed in costs and earnings for the
month of November has been issued:
Labor.
Generation   . , $81)1.15
Maintenance    '   2GG.S0
General expenses    j>S6.8o
Sinking fund and interest	
Material.
Total.
$2,122.11
$2,983.28
358.87
625.67
74.80
361.65
556.9.3
"Why India ls Heart and Soul
With Great Britain," is the title of a
pamphlet, born of the war, thai has
been written .by Bhupeiidranath
Basil, an ex-member of the Imperial
Legislative Council of India, a copy
of which has been received in this
city by Capt. W. I!. Clayton. Probably it would make more interesting
reading ln Germany than in a British
country, for we have a pretty fair
idea of the reasons that animate
India. Nevertheless, since they are
set forth in English far removed
from the "babu" style and with a
dignity and sincerity that are worthy of admiration, we may with
profit review the article of Mr, Basu,
in which we will find not only the
reasons sought after, but some hint
of the aspirations of India, and what
that vast empire hopes will be one
of the results of the war. We are
prone, when considering these results, to think of the indemnity that
will be paid Belgium, the colonies
that will fall to Britain and France,
and the ambitions of Russia, which
are likely to be satisfied nt Constantinople. Of the effects upon our
own Empire we pay too scanty attention.
Mr. Basu at the outset tries "to disabuse the mind of the reader of an
idea that is very general, namely,
that  India  is  a  conquered  country.
Total  operating  costs
Light  and   power  accounts.
.Service   charges    	
REVENUE.
$5,992.13
87.00
NOTICE   OF   CANCELLATION
RESERVE.
Ol'
Total   earnings         $0,079.111
Net revenue        $1 ,•"■'
CAPITAL.
1.62
Labor   .
.Material
$134.83
$1102. (12
Telephone Earnings For November
for
The City Telephone Department's statement of costs   and   earnings
month of November showed the following:
v
Labor.
.Maintenance     $220.00
General   expenses    H17.4ii
interest and sinking fund	
.Material.
$  35.13
123.69
Total.
$261.13
741.14
284.50
Total  operating costs
$1,286.71
REVENUE.
Total collections for month     $2,092.05
Surplus  for  month
CAPITAL.
Labor   .
Material
$   805.S.S
.    $  91.05
.      176.49
$267.54
has been fair progress in education, cupation  Mining   Engineer,   intends
railways  and    irrigation,   a   greatly to apply for a licence to prospect for
i coal  and  petroleum  over  and  under
law,   a,the following described lands
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the Reserve existing on Detention
Island by reason of a Notice published in the British Columbia Gazette on
the 30th of May, 1912, is hereby can
celled,
R. A. ftENWICK,
Deputy  Minister cf Lands
Department of Lands,
Victoria, B.C.,
October  19th,
1911.
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Skeenn  Land  District — District, of
Coast, Range 5,
TAKE NOTICE that I, Geoffrey
Francis Monckton, intend to applv
far a licence te prospect for coal and
petroleum on the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted one mile south of the southwest corner sf H. McLean's No. 8
claim, being about 1 1-2 miles north
of the Beaver River and 3 miles west
of the Cedar River; thence south SO
chains, thence east 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, to the point of commencement, contain'ng 640 acres, to be
known as G. F. Monckton's No. 11
claim.
GEOFFREY FRANCIS   MONCKTON,
Locator.
Located August 21st. 1914.        ol6
He tells us  that India  is  not   con-,improved  administration  of   law,   ajthe following described lands:  Com-
Oiiered, and that the people do not,'common  language   as   the   ^oU^^^^^^^ ^2^
feel themselves to be a subject popu-.of interchange of thought,   a grow-|0f the Copper and  Kitnayakwa ri
lation and he reviews some events ot ing spirit of nationality, a   common j^"^,™™ {1%?™^*™
government,   common   ideals,    inter
history that justify his assertion. In
the middle of the 18th century India
was divided into a number of small
states, held apart, as he says, by mutual jealousies   and   suspicion,   and
-(chains;   thence  east    80
nal  peace, and a freedom  from ex- ?oint of commencement
ternal aggression.  The writer   especially praises tbe Earl of Minto, Viscount  Morley and  Lord Hardinge as
frequently warring against each having convinced the people of In-
other, the central authority, that of|dia thai their affairs are being look-
the Moguls at  Delhi, having   fallen
chains   to
.   containing
64 0 acres more or less.
.1.  V.  RITTENHOUSE.
Dated October ?4tn,  1914.        d]6
into decay. The harrassed states
sought in turn the assistance of the
British and French trading companies, which probably had no idea but
that of prosperous trade when they
turned their arms against, one or the
other of the warring states. The
battle of Plassy decided that it was
Britain and not France which should
be the preponderating European influence in India.
ed after in the interests of the people of India, although the most Intelligent and  patriotic of tbe Indian
Coal and  Petroleum  Act.
(Form No. 9.)
Form   of Noticj.
Hazelton  Land  District—District   of
Coast, Range 6,
TAKE NOTICE that John V. Rit-
.    . ,    . itenhouse, of Prince Rupert, B.C., De
population may have chafed at times i(.llpation  Mlnlng   Engineer,   intends
over tbe slow progress and the   ex-[to apply for a licence to prospect for
coal and petroleum over and under
the fol'owing described lands: Commencing at a post planted about 2%
miles north-east from the confluence
cess   of   caution    that   the    various
viceroys have displayed.
Mr.  Basu  concludes'  "Then  came
this   great   European   war
and  swift;  all  doubt, all hesitation,
all    questions    were    swept     away;
Skeena   Land    District—District   of
Skeena, Coast R. IV.
TAKE NOTICE that I, William A.
Preston, of Winnipeg, Man., occupation Lumberman, intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands: Commencing at a
post planted on the north- end of Fin
Island, 80 chains west of Inlet,
Hience south 80 chains, thence east
80 chains, thence north about 35
chains, thence Travers Inlet to the
most northerly point, thence west
about 80 chains to point of commencement, conlaining 640 acres
more or less.
WILLIAM   A.   PRESTON.
J. P. Meehan, Agent.
Dated August 22   1914. b26
of the Copper and Kilnayakwa riv-
sudden|ers' thence south 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains; thence north 80
chains; thence east 80 chains, to
point, of commencement, containing
,640 acres more or less,
there was but one feeling, to stand
.7.   V.   RITTENHOUSE.
Skeena  Land District — District of
Coast, Range 5.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Geoffrey
F. Monckton, intend to apply for a
licence to prospect for coal and pe
troleum over the following described lands: Commencing at a post
marked Monckton's No. 12, S.W. Cor.
planted one mile south of the southwest corner of P. Chesley's No. 8
claim, being about 1 1-2 miles north
of the Beaver River and 4 miles
west of tbe Cedar River; thence SO
chains east, thence north. 80 chains,
thence west 80 chains, thence south
SO chains to the point of commencement, containing 640 acres to be
known as G. F. Monckton's No. 12
claim.
GEOFFREY F. MONCKTON,
Locator.
Located August 19th, 1914.      olO
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MR. HARRY HANSON,
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Dated October 2 4th, 1014.
The    wars    that    followed    were, i by  England  in  the hour of danger,
however, wars more in the interest.The great opportunity for India,  In
of the Indian population than of the the  highest sense,   had   come;    she'SIteena   Land District — District o
British, and were fought under Bri- claimed  to  hold  an   eqifhl   position Coast, Range 5.
tisb  leaders, it  is true, but   largely|wlth other parts of Ihe Empire; she chSint'enJ^applrfor^ licence
with Indian troops, and paid for by
Indian rupees. When the great Mutiny occurred, as Mr. Basu says, It
Was not wholly due to British arms
that. British supremacy was again
built up, but rather by the Indian
princes and people, who had seen in
wanted  to prove her title.   The  In- to prospect  for coal and   petroleum
,, . ,        ,, „, on  the   following   described   lands:
dian  princes are eager to show  thai  Commencing at a „Mt ])Ulnted abou(
they are in   fact,   what   they   have half    a   mile   north   of   the   Beaver
River and  4   1-2  miles west of the
been In name, pillars of the Empire; their ancestors had fought as
captains and leaders in the army of
Ihe Great Mogul, and they are   an-
the army of Great Britain. And the
people of India, who have so thoroughly Identified themselves with
lave   come
a British suzerainty a relief from the icious to occupy their old position in
tribal wars that had devastated the
country for ages. Following the surrender of the rights of the British
East India Company to the British
Crown, there came ln 1S3.1 the Charter Act, which was succeeded" in
1858 by a proclamation from Queen
Victoria, thai laid down the principles  upon   which   British    influence
in India was Intended to work. This,
the Indian population regard as the
people of England regard their Manna Chitrta, bill, he says It was hot a
charter of rights wrung from an unwilling ruler by force of compulsion, but a deliberate declaration of
policy which has been adhered to
ever since. Followed by a similar
proclamation by King Edward fifty
years later, and by the Durbar
'speeches DI King George, II lias been
a guarantee that the people of India
will not be exploited fOY the benefit
of the people of the liritish  isles.
The writer says it ls true that the
actual   perfosmance    bus    In    some
.   ses  fallen  short   of  What   had »l u
expected,  but I;
Cedar River; thence west SO chain
Ihence -.outh SO chains, thence east
SO chains, thenco north 80 chains to
i.-c point of commencement, contain
ing 040 acres, to be known as P.
Chesley's Mo, 11 claim.
PHILIP CHESLEY, Locator. I
Located  August  20th,  1914.     olG
SIteena   Land    Distinct—District    of
Skeenn, Coast R. IV.
TAKE    NOTICE    that     Andrew
the British people,  have   come   for-|
iThoiiifis Richard Blackwood, of Win-
ward more generously than eve, In ntpeg, Maili> occupation Clerk, lathe past, either in thc days of the tends lo apply for permission to pur-
...   , ,,     ,,    ,        „   ' , chase the following described  lands:
Hindu, or the Moslem, lor they bad Commencing al a post planted at the
not  then  realized their power,  to of- head of the Inlet running in from the
west side on  a north  half of the Is-
lin"    "u"'r    ' Maud, theuce south SO chains, thence
BOUl'iiea.     .     .     .     and  they  are   pre- east   SO chains,  ihence Travers Shore
in a north-easterly direction to point
of   commencement,   containing   400
so that Ihe old order of things|acres, mere or less.
Andrew Thomas Richard Blackwood.
J. P, Meehan, Agi al
Dated August 22, 1014. s26
ter    their   services
sourer.-;. ai
pared to lay down their lh»s on the
field,
may pass away, and a new order bi
ushered in, based on mutual  under
standing nnd confidence, and hSrald- ~
ing an era brighter and happier than.!'ccena
any in the past;  the East   and   Ihe
West,  India  and  England   marching
of
Land    District—District
Skeena, Coast R. IV.
TAKE     NOTICE     that      William
Blackwood,  of Vancouver,  B.C.,   occupation Broker, intends to apply for
onward  In   comradeship,   united,   In permission to purchase (be following
bonds forged  on  the  field  of battle described   lands:   Commencing   at a
post planted ori the north end of Fin
common Island about SO chains wesl of Inlet,
and     tempered    in      their
blood.
Coal and Petroleum Act.
(Form No. ft.)
Form   of Notice.
Hazelton   Land   District—-Dlstrlcl
Coast, Rangi   ■"•
TAKE NOI rCE il    ■   lo  i.   '-.      Ril
tenhousc, of Prince Rupert, B.C., oc
of
Ihence south SO chains, thence Tracers Shore in a south-westerly direction about 00 chains, thence northerly direction about 60 chains, thence
in a north-easterly direction to point
of commencement, containing 640
a ires more or loss.
i I - '.'   BLACKWOOD.
.1     P.    M < ■ "
Dated  August   22nd,  1914
Skeena Land District — District
Queen Charlotteolslands.
TAKE NOTICE that John A. Kirk-
patrick, of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation Merchant, intends to apply
for permission to prospect for coal
and petroleum over the following described lands-. Commencing at a post
planted on Naden Harbor, about two
and one-half miles north of tbe
south-west corner of S.T.L. 2551,
thence east 80 chains, thence north
SO chains, thence west SO chains.
thence south 80 chains to polnl of
commencement, containing 640 acres
more or less.
JOHN  A.   KIRKPATRICK.
Agent, John  Munro.
Skeena Land District — Dislrict of
Coast, Range 5,
TAKE  NOTICE   mat    I,   T!   mi
!i. Traey, Intend to apply foi   a licence  to  prospect  for coal  and    pe
troleum over the tollowil     >    cribed
lands: Commencing al ■> posl planted
one mile Bouts of the soul b w      i in
ner of P. Chi sle) 's No, " i laim, being aboul   I   i ■'  mile    north  of thi
Beaver  River  and   I   miles   v..
the  Cedar  River;   them-,,    north    80
chains, thence wesl 80 chi li ■   thence
south   SO   chain .    -   in isl    l 0
chains to this posl Tracy No, '
Cor,, comprising   640   ace-    lo   be
known as T. II. Tracy's No, 12 claim
TIKIS.  II. TR '
Tor (I. K.  Monckton,  Agent.
Located   Augusl   lftth,  1014.       oil!
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Queen Charlotte   Islands.
TAKE NOTICE thai    John   Alexander Murray, of Prlncs  Rupert,  B.
C, occupation Carpenter,  Inl	
apply for permission to prospect for.
coal and petroleum over the follow-l
ing desi ribed lands ol    Ml Inlel
Graham  Island:    Comini al
post planted al the soiilb-wei corner
of Lot  No,  1579,  thi'i,•<■
chains, thence easl 80 chains, thi ni •
south   So    chains,   thence    wesl
chains to   ; oinl   ol n - un n
containing 640
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THE Rexall Stores of Canada, 400 of the leading Ding Stores
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Toronto, from October   Ifltli   a December 81st, 1014.
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TO PUT IN WATER.
(Continued from Page One.)
Bride Street had been provided with
a large pipe. He wanted a report on
the matter from the engineer.
Aid. Basso-Bert agreed with the
wisdom of a report.
Aid. Kerr was agreeable   to any-  jg
thing that would reduce   the   insurance rate.
The engineer said to put it in in
accordance with the established
grade tbe cost would be about $2,-
600.
The motion to proceed with the
work carried.
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MILL  BE CHARGED.
(Continued from Page One.)
steps were taken to arrest him and
a boat went in pursuit. Before he
was captured be fell into the water
and got a thorough drenching in the
icy waters of tbe harbor. He was
brought back and taken to the city
jail by a party of Irish Fusiliers,
whose boat bad been used to make
the capture.
THF ROYAL RANK.
(Continued  from     age One.)
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year.
The Anheuser-Busch Plant covers today
more than 142 acres- — equal to 70 city
blocks. 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 day know that nothing of its kind
could be made any better than Budweiser.
Anheuser-Busch, St. Louis
can    procure
!. H. Orme, The Pioneer Druggist
Two Stores, Phones 82 and 200
The Rexall Store
United Drug Company, Limited
Toronto
flcej than any other bank. This
gives special interest to the forty-
fifth annual statement printed elsewhere.
The Royal Bank has had the uncommon experience of receiving
more interest bearing deposits than
in the previous year, while tbe current loans were almost equal to
those of 1913, Each is around the
the $HHi,000,()00 mark. Total deposits were $136,000,000, or only
$2,000,000 less than the year before,
though the bank repaid the $7,000,- j =5
000 held on account of the Water-1
ways Company of Alberta. Tbe fiscal year closed with $27,083,852
cash on hand, or practically IS per
cent, of the Hal  '.'. while   securi
ties available for realization brought
Ihe quick assets up to 40 per cent, of
liabilities.
Profits of last year show a slight
decrease, but amount to 10.3 per
cent, on the share capital, or nearly
eight per cent, on tbe combined capital and rest. The Royal Bank Is one
of those whose reserve is greater
than the capital. This enables the
bank to pay 12 per cent, dividends
and last year to devote $100,000 to
'be pension fund. $50,000 to tbe patriotic fund, to write $250,000 off
the value of bunk  premises and al-
The Largest Plant of Its Kind
in the World
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ng nia ii Wl Si I! B
9 I IB I 0 I "11 9
P t||l ll 11 Q III 9
jqjtutffiIftlni dmWrj,
Some of the Principal
Buildings
PRINCE RUPERT IMP. CO.
Distributors PRINCE RUPERT, B. C.
WA I
i:n for PICTURES
AT THE WESTHOLME
Theatregoers Held Their Seats Until
tin- Big Film Arrived.
Tbe Westholme Theatre will pul
on the great series of pictures depicting the life of Queen Victoria.
This will be presented Wednesday
and Thursday evenings.
Last evening ihe management was
disappointed in not having the Million Dollar .Mystery series for tr-i
opening of tbe evening owing to-the
Princess May being late. Those present were asked to hold their seals J
iinlil  the arrival of the steamer and,
Coal and  Petroleum Act.
(Form No. 0.)
Form   of  Notice.
Uazelton Land  District—District   of
Coast, Range •">.
TAKE NOTICE that John V. Rit-
tenhouse, of Prince Rupert, B.C.,
occupation mining engineer, intends
to apply for a licence to prospect
for coal and petroleum over and under the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
2% miles north-east from the confluence of the Copper and Kitnnyakw
rivers, thence south SO chains;
thence east 80 chains; thence north
S". chains; Ihence west SO chains, to
point of commencement, containing
(Ml) acres more or less.
.1,   V.   RITTENIIODSE.
Dated Oclober 24th, 1014.        did
<H«HKHWK^aWH?lKKKiaiJiKKKiWiW>2
Free
Gt'ARANTEEP.
American  Silk
HOSIERY
WIJ
WANT   VOU   TO   KNOW
THBSK  HOSE
were  rewarded   by  having  .the
of
plc. Skeena   Land   Dislrict—District
$500,000 for depreciation in se-|tures shown  as usual, only a   little QUMn Charlotte   Is,:,m1s'
rarities, leaving $614,  to be car- later. TAICB! N'0TICE th'" •'0,", A' Jlnl"
red forward instead of $1,015,000
tnlten In the aci ounl from the previ-
' tl • year. The amount wi Itteu off si ■ \
i ui itie:- Is ;i pri caution which should
meel all contingencies, and when
values are restored will place the
band in a :-till stronger position,
The Morning Journal
50 cents per Month
oa&OaiJ&tWtKHKHKKHKW-OUiW-O-rjtt- i
THE MOST COMFORTABLE
TOURING CAR
IN THE CITY
Answers all culls day mid night
Phone 99
at-und:    Hotel    Prince    Ruperl
6Gl*#WttiKHW<HKHKHKH^^
ray, of  Prince  Rupert, B.C., occipa-|
'tion Carpenter, intends to apply for j
permission to prospect for coal   andl
petroleum  over   the    following   described lands: Massett Inlet, Graham
■ Island: Commencing at a post planted  at  tbe north-oast  corner   of Lot
„   il.'77;  thence south  SO chains to the
) itsido Oi tiers Promptly Attends 1 To L„or9 of Massett lnIet.  tnenoa wefltj
PHONE RI.«H ami 80  chains;   thence  north  SO  chains;
 , . . thence oast so  chains   to   place   of
Land    District District    of commencement, containing 640 acres
Coast Range Five. more ni' |ps*'
OCEAN FISH CO.
Fresh Fish Arriving Every nay
j,Skeena
TAKE NOTICE that I, George
Mills Shirley, of Prime Rupert, occupation Rancher, Intends to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post planted at Ihe N.E.
corner of Lot 5102, Range B, Coast
District; thence east 32 chains, more
or less, to the west boundary of Lot
48. Thence south along the said
West boundary of Lot IS about four
chains to the G.T.P. Rlght-or-way;
thence westerly following the G.T.P.
Right-of-way to the S.E. corner of
iLot 5462; thence northerly 4.26
j chains to point of commencement,
'containing 15 acres more or less.
GEORGE   MILLS SHIRLEY.
Dated  August 29tli.  1914. s2
JOHN A. MURRAY.
Date located 27th July, 1914. s23
New Wellington
Coal
The favorite Household Conl
Cleanest, Itrlghtest and Rest
Rogers & Albert
They stood the test when all
others failed. They give real
foot comfort. They have no
seams to rip. They never become loose and baggy as the
shape is knit in, not pressed in.
They are GUARANTEED for
fineness, for sty] 3, for superiority of material and workmanship, absolutely stalnl s.and to
wear six months without holes
or replaced by new pairs free.
Our I'  . • Offer
To every one ot iding us 50c
to cover shipping charges, we
will send, subject to duty, absolutely  free:
Tnrec pairs of our famous
men's AMERICAN SILK
IIOKB with written guarantee,
any color, or
Three pairs of our Ladles'
Hose, in iilack, Tan or White
colors, with written guarantee.
DON'T     DELAY—Offer    expires when  dealer in your   locality is   selected.   Give   color
and size desired.
The International   Hosiery Co,
21 Dittner Street
Dayton, Ohio ■ U.S.A.
00i> 000 &OrD000HO0V00aa<HS000tH3
Phono 03
P.O. Box 38
-ecmd Avenue
Phone llli
Pacific Cartage Limited
MERCHANTS
We have Warm Storage
Reasonable Rates
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