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The Journal
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Printing
VOL.   V.
PRINCE RUPERT,  B. C,    SATURDAY,   DECEMBER   18,   1914.
(vice 5 Cents.
NO.   19,
ULSE GE
AVAL BATTLE WAS VERY LIGHT
Allies Recapture
Trenches Lost
The Movement In Belgium Seems to
Be Still Against Kaiser's Forces
Which Are Repulsed at All Points
Paris, Dec. 11.—An official notice
Issued here says that in the region
of Ypres a very violent German attack lias been repulsed. In that same
region those of our trenches which
were reported in the official communication this afternoon as having
been taken by the Germans have
been recaptured by us.
Upon the rest of the front there
Is nothing  important  to  report.
DISPUTE OVER
LAND TRANSACTION
CASE OF BURROWES VS.  HARRISON   OPENED   VESTERDAV
IN SUPREME COURT.
ACQUITTED ON CLAIMS MADE BY        f}„„m>      I?
STEALING CHARGE    RED CROSS SOCIETY ^ZQV S   F OTCGS
LILV  HARRIS   WAS   FOUND   NOT WHAT    THE     ORGANIZATION    IS i
GUILTY  BY THE .11 BY YES- DOING  TO ALLEVIATE
TERDAY AFTERNOON. SUFFERING.
Rout Enemy
She Was  Forthwith Given  Her   Liberty—Money Will Be Returned
to Her.
Question Involved  Is One   of Getting
in  on    the  "Ground
Floor."
In the Supreme Court yesterday
afternoon Mr. Justice Clement beard
the first of the evidence in the case
of Burrowes vb, Harrison. This is a
case In which the plaintiff, Mrs. G,
Bun-owes, seeks to recover what she
contends is her share in u transaction connected with the disposing of
what is now known us the Tyee Park
property. She claims that she should
share in the profits of those who
disposed of the land to the company
formed instead of ranking us a member of the company only. The plaintiff is represented by W. E. Williams,
while the defendant, Samuel Harrison, Is represented by W. E. Fisher
and Fred Peters, K.C.
Evidence taken In examination for
discovery by Mr. Harrison was put
in by Mr. Williams.
U. .1. il. Burrowes was the firs!
-witness. He testified that In the
spring or Kill he had met .Mr. Harrison on the street and told him
aboul this proposition ot land on the
Slteena on the line of the G.T.P
Witness hud said he was nol able to
pul any money Iu it bul Mrs. Burrowes might do It. Mr, Harrison had
asked ir he could borrow some
money, lie said he would pay good
Interest, G per i enl. u , month, and
only wanted ll for a month, .Mrs,
Burrowes had lent the $300. Witness took the cheque to Mr. Harrison.
Mr. Harrison later came to ihe
house and in his presence advised
Mrs. Burrowes to put. money in it.
Mr, Harrison said he would have
liked to have handled it himself. He
was only going to take a few In.
Harrison said that if she put $400
In she would come in on the ground
floor and she would share with him.
Witness advised her lo go in and
Mrs. Burrowes offered to give the
cheque then Mr. Harrison said It
was Saturday and to leave It until
Monday. Mrs. Burrowes made out the
cheque and witness took it down to
Harrison's office aud gave it to him.
Witness asked for a receipt, but defendant said the cheque was a receipt. In August, 1911, Mrs. Burrowes got, a receipt. It was dated May
1.  The receipt stated  it  was for   40
I fully paid up shares for the taking up
of land in the McNeill Valley. That
was the first he heard of a company.
He thought this referred to Harrison, Jlrs. Burrowes and a few friends
of Mr. Harrison that wore spoken of
as going in.
In September,   IHIS,-  he   received
certificates for the shares in the McNeill Valley  Land  Syndicate.  In  Oc-J
tbber   a  notice   of   a    meeting   f'nr!
,November IS was issued. The meet-
lng was  held   on  December   3.   The
j money was Mrs. Burrowes' own. He
attended  the  meeting on  behalf   of
i Mrs.   Burrowes.
I    At the meeting there discus
sion about a commission. Witness
acted as secretary of the meeting and
;he wrote to London  with  respeel   to
the commission. He had then diseov
ered  that there were   a  number   of
promotion  shares   among   Harrison,
jGunible and Miller. He asked why
Mrs. Burrowes had none of these,
Mr. Harrison said they were for promotion.
i     In   conversation   with    Mr.    Miller
jover the letter written by witness to
j London, Miller said he came In after
:Mrs.    Burrowes,    and     further    he
I
thought she was entitled to promo-'
Hon shares. About the end of the
year the matter was put in a lawyer's
I hands for investigation.
Cross-examined by Mr. Peters
Iwilness was questioned as to what
I witness bad done of late years. It
-was stated that he had taken photos
lof this valley itself and was paid for
by a cheque of the syndicate,
During the questioning Ills Lord-
jshlp Interjected, "I suppose the | lc
tures did not. show 'the niggers In
ilho fence' there."
Witness did not know of Mrs. Burrowes being offered double her monej
for the shares she held,
.\ Itness did not know at i he time
of the first  conversation  lion    much
(Continued   on   Page   Four.)
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Yesterday afternoon the case of
Rex vs. Harris was concluded In the
Assize Court, when the jury found
the accused, Lily Harris, charged
with stealing about $700 from another woman named Daisy Lee, not
guilty of the offense.
When court resumed in the afternoon His Lordship proceeded to
charge the jury.
His Lordship said that the case required few remarks from him. It was
a question purely of fact. It was a
question for Hie jury to decide which
story was to be believed. In approaching the evidence of prosti-
(Continued on Page Three.)
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DISCUSSED HOW
TO TREAT MUSKEG
INTERESTING     ADDRESS     GIVEN
BEFORE    HOHTICI Li -URAL
SOCIETY.
A.  H. Tomlinson Gave   Valuable Information   Last
Evening.
Statement Issued by Authority ol the
Canadian End of the
Service.
In the multiplicity of appeals now'
before the people of Canada, thereMs
one which is unique in its purpose
and therefore also in its claims.
The Red Cross Society exists to
collect funds and material and to
provide assistance to the sick and
wounded in time of war, supplementary to that provided by the official
naval and  medical departments.
There is no need to enlarge upon
the claims of the Red Cross or to
multiply instances of its usefulness.
The Good Samaritan of the battlefield, it sees a neighbor in every sick
or wounded man, binds up his
wounds and takes care of him.
One instance of the sort of work
done by the Red Cross Society comes
to hand from Lady Perrott, a-member of the Joint War Committee of
the Red Cross and St. John's Ambulance Society in London. At 7 o'clock
one evening a telephone message
came In to the Red Cross office from
the British Consul at a French seaport, saying that seven hundred
wounded men wen- waiting there to
■ ■ the Channel to an English!
11     dtal  ni-xt   da-.-,  and    that   'there
1 he Germans Have Been Forced To
Give Way Before Fierce Attacks
Of the Russians-Conflict Continues
Petrograd, Dec. 11,—In an official,Throughout  the whole following day
statement   issued   it   is    announced
that in the direction of   Mluwa   the
Germans on December 10 kept up a I
strong  offensive   action    throughoutl
the whole day and the night, but we
succeeded in repulsing then:.
we repulsed these attacks and inflicted enormous losses on the Germans. We have repelled all the ijev-
en attacks made during a murderous
fire in the region south of Cracow
on December 10. We are still continuing our offensive attitude.  Stern
Our troops   finally   took   the   or-1 resistance  has  been  offered  by   the
fensivo and gave chase to three Ger- j Germans.
man columns  which  in  some   places;     We   have   captured   several   guns
retreated in disorder. land  mitrailleuses, and  as   many   as
In the region north of Lowicz the 2,000 prisoners,
enemy  made  some  fierce  attacks  on j     There  Is no important change   on
the     night      of      December      9-10. the remainder of the front.
TO ENLIST TWO [SCOTSMEN HELD
COMPANIES HERE      ANNUAL MEETING
APPLICATIONS   FOR   PRINCK   RU-
ERT'S LIGHT INFANTRY TO
BB RECEIVED.
Captains Clayton and MeJlordle Will
Take (lommnnd—Uniforms
Expected1.
ST. ANDREW'S SOCIETY ELECTED
OFFICERS  FOR THE   YEAR
LAST XIC1HT.
S. D. Macdonald Was   Elected Pres|.
il.   >'   '       ,       ■   ■ i ■
Term.
I
fair attendance al "■"'"■ no blankets to coi r them, In
two hours the Red Cross Society
shipped the necessary blankets and
they reached Prance in time to be
used for the wi undetl men
Tliis story shows both the "emergency" nature of Red Cross work and
There wa
the meeting of the Horticultural Society held last evening in the City
Hall, Rev. Canon Rix presided, while
the address of the evening was given
by A. It. Tomlinson, the resident
horticulturist,     who    discussed    the
question of treating muskeg. At his also answers the oft-repeated qttes
own request the lecture was made toltion, "Why does the Red Cross need
fake the  form of   a free   discussion  warm  clothing  and  knitted  goods?"
Continued on Page Three.
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A
l Continued   on   Page  Two.j
Under thi   - iminand of Major Mr-      The local St. Andrew - Societ: held
illln    during     leavi     ol     . i   enci   i:    annual  meeting   last   nlgbl   In  Its
granted Col. Peck while serving with
the overseas conl Ingenl I: ■ enlistlns
of two companies In the 6th    Regi-
own  hall. The attendi   was   good
and the up" i in-- an entl     Insl;.   one.
The   reports   presented   showed   that
Pay a small .deposit and we'll put Fine chinaware, cut glass, etc.,
anything aside until you need it— big variety, medium prices- -Wal-
Wallace's. d!2tf lace's. dl2tf
input Prince Ruperl Light Infantry everything was In a mosl nourishing
will be proceeded with. Applications condition. The financial statement re-
will be received from this date from vealed the fact thai the yen' was the
those who wish to join the regiment   best that the organization bad   had
The two companies that are to be It. was decided al the gath Ins
enlisted will be under the command that the rooms be further equip] ed
of Capt. Clayton and Capt. McMor- for the comforl of the members. New-
die, respectively.. Belli these officers' fixtures that will tend to this will be
are duly qualified and are regarded i ordered al once and the place made
as very efficient in their drill. II is more attractive as a result,
expected that the enlisting of tin The president, S. D Macdon Id
necessary number of men to provide was re-elected to the office for the
two companies of peace strength will flm, ti,m, n,,. officers elected were
not take any length of time. |as  follows:   Hon.   president,   J,   w.
.Major  McMullln  Is  ready  to  take Stewart;   president,   s.   D.    Macdon-
applications, following   which   these aid; first vice-president, J. II. Kellj
two companies will   bo dulj   constl- second vie  pr<   Ident, W, O. Dennis;
iVlan   ConVlCteQ     Of    \A/0U110!in('     \*Y ith tllted under Capt8' cla}''on ttnd   Mc,secretary, Charles Dennis; treasurer
r     , ,    ryo.       -p-^      jj      i'i        tt o Moriiio. The membership rolls can '•   I,    "     Melkle;    financial        rel  i
intent     10   LJO  OOGllly    J7iarm — o6nl* found al the office of Majoi   McMiiI-  Malcolm     McLeod;     physician,     Dr.
enced Pronounced At The Close of"" ,;'™"" A •'   An-v ""»■ N"' »»! " *"   ^  M-    ■
_ matlon  ran  also  be   obtnlned    i- on; chaplain, Rei   Mr. Grnnl      I
Assizes  By   Mr.  Justice  Clement ><    '     •        i■ <•     ■    i   .• .     , ■.., i „
  Mordli bell;  board ol   liiectors, Ji   n  Nicol
;. i    P,   M.-1-..il. i
MORRIS WAS SENTENCED
TO THREE YEAR TERM
l\ Ith a i pan;
.-1
tt,     VV
A New   ISniclici- Shop,
The criminal -assizes   closed   yes-1yesterday  afternoon   to   receli
terday afternoon  when Sam   Morris,|sentence. :   to    two    i v  r'ln nnd w   IjJ.  Wlll
the negro convicted al  the   openingl    speaking on his behalf, Alex Man-    ': - -:      ' Victoria I
A    new   butcher    shop   opens   in of the court  of Bhootlng  with  intent    oft,  who  had  been  counsel   foi    I ment when tin   e two
Every   SO
■tb" city this morning, when Harry
.Atkins starts off in Ibis line, having
itaken over a purl of the store occupied by Stalker & Wells (or thai
purpose. He is an experienced dealer
and has made arrangements for a
specially well selected stock for the
new store. He will give his personal
j attention to the business and hopes
| by that means to   warrant   a   good
line  of trade.
Latest novelties In ladies' collars
and fashionable neckwear— Wallace's. d12tf
to  do   grievous   bodily    ham.     v..    .on.in. pleaded  thai   the   man   had  ;"':ili-      "'    enlisted    will    have
sentenced by Mr. Justice Clement to shown  no evldenci   ol   beln trengl     equal  I      foui
three years in the penitentiary, Mor- man. lie did nol believe lie had   any '   ' '   '■ '*' ■■■■■   I'wn '
ris had had a dispute over the allow-1criminal Intent,   lie therefore : leud-
ance kepi hack for hoard by a Q.T.P. ed  thai   the  sentence   ol    the   j   l|
r ham "  to   win   11
laci '-..
doll nt
foreman for whom be was working.!should    be   corrective   rather    than
He stole a  revolver  from   the
and  left.    When   later lie  was
camp I punitive.
Ladies'   furs,   muffs    an
iiK'iliuin   prices    Wallace's.
Ladles' desks, K|f( that l« npprerl-
aicil, furnished In fumed, golden nnd
i!l":r mission, nt fleorge D. Tite's. do
over ills Lordship acknowledged the
taken and came back he had tired I able plea for the prisoner, who had
several shots, inflicting wounds in i nothing to say himself. II" explained!
the breast, the arm and the leg. lie to Morris that it was by the great-
was found guilty of shooting with In-jesl good fortune that lie was noi up
tent. i for murder rather than for Bhootlng,
Remanded  until the close   of the: He sentenced him to three years in
assizes,  be   came   before  the   court the penitentiary.
WtOWOOO<HiO<XitwnOBa&otio-ovr>aooo srronatxio'yaarro^novoaoaoao
British Loss Was Very Light
i.Million, Dec, il. Winston Churchill announces that the liritish losses In the naval battle iff Ihe Falkland Islands amounted to
seven  men  killed, four Injured and  no officers  hurt.
<W<XH>i>«HKHKi<«HWWrti>iM^^ Saturday, December 12, lull.
PRINCH Rfe'PERT JOURNAL.
tenure liupcr journal ettes' B
r In ac
Telephone LIS
,so:, ..
Office:   12!    Third    Avenue    East,
„, I   lephoue 13S
Post,.   .
gi uerosity   of   Major    i e in i
- I be women of Calf i .-.-   ha .-■ con
i sis IS
quip] ed   with   Red
EDITION, : e hospiti taetu
: 'very    morning   except I ,
..... - trrier In the ■"  flri    ' "'" ' ''
city   it I e, if paid id" been
games, books, stationer.'- For evci-y  ifci.OO  purchase   during
Idition to the above a motor December your opportunity for hand-
hospital kitchen and Ave luotoi am- |SQme brass hcd nnd Wilton carpet
bulanees have been provided through  square;  see windows al   George   D,
Tite's. d6
Phone 300
P.O.  Hoi-  163?
tdvt i
On      '.'       55.00
	
m ...." i.25
111 I
ir tl
rivate   ho
Wal    .        tor, Ji     at CUevedi
the   '! •        Royal
Publl lay f ir ' Irrui
;.   - . ihe C Prince
:, Idressed I    the  D ' !> ■ ■  ol   -'
P"1"" -': !' r t0 ciously p. rmltted this bosi Ital  to be
all  points  ;"  tli United    Kingdom i
the  ffnlti rl    tate: othei i - of   Conn -  gl
countries Canadl in   fled  Cross  Ho   dtal,"     i '
Advertising  Hates I pon   Ippllcutlon. „   ,s   ,„    ,m, 8taffed    ,iy    Canadlans
Grants of money and supplies will
also h" made from time to time to
other hospitals in which Canadians
arc specially Interested, such as the
|"Qusen's Canadian Military Hospital" -it Shornei llffe. We are devoting special attention to the Franco-
Canadian   Hospital  at    Dinart,    Xm-
Saturday, December 1-'. 1914.
CLAIMS MADE,
trom Page One.1
Skeena  Land   Dlstrlcl   — District,  of
Coast—Range  5.
TAKE  NOTICE   that   H.    Bell-Irving fi Co., Ltd., of Vancouver, B.C.,
Ion  Salmon   Canners,   intend
[or    •   ml aion to lease tbe
followin    described  foreshore:  Com-
.   planted   at high
water on easterly side of De Horsey
iou!    two   i'. '■'• ■    In   ;,
direction  from   ParryjPliouo lied l
I''.in: .     thenci i'Ii     J"     chains: |
iln    more or   le
lim   of  I'"   Horsey   Island:
i "int of commencement and contaln-
001 I i" - I        i"1     eastl rly    (ol-
lowing  sinuosities   of   shore-line   to
res       n   "i   less.
II.  BELL-IRVING  fi CO.. LTD.
Arthur Klpp, Agenl
Dated August 1st. 1914 aul2
Harrison W. Rogers
ARCHITECT
Suite 1
Federal  Bldg
Prince Rupert, B.C
MOTOR ACT,  1010.
(Section If?.)
NOTICE is hereby given that, on
the 1st day of January next, application will he made tn the Superintendent of provincial police for ilie renewal of a licence for the sale of liquor by
The wounded arc not always treated in steam-heated wards. They are
treated in tents and in all kinds of
improvised hospitals. They have lo
be transferred from the battlefield
to the hospital, anil from hospital to
hospital by stretcher, motor, train or
ship. Their needs cannot be measured by the ordinary requirements of
hospital patients, and we rely upon
the Canadian people to respond liberally to our appeal for funds and material to carry on this work on the
broadest possible interpretation of
its sphere of action.
Wlial Are the Needs of   the Society'.'
We need funds lo purchase regular surgical and medical supplies of
all kinds, including the motor ambulances which are doing such noble
work in carrying the wounded as
quickly and painlessly as possible to
the hospitals. Each of them costs
about .-2.000. according to the approver! War Office pattern. Money Is
also needed to fill tl-.c requests for
blankets, underwear, sweaters and
overcoats which are coming In from
our commissioner in London. These
are garments which cannot be made
by the women of the country, Subscriptions will he gratefully received
by the treasurers of local and provincial branches or at 77 King SI.
East, Toronto.
But from tlic women we ask in
practically unlimited quantities good
woolen socks in sizes 10%, 11, and
11';: flannel sMrts pyjamas, dressing gowns, cotton nlghl shirts, and
all thi garmenl .-■ ' id In "Suggestions lor Work" Issued by tiie
I "ilii" and supplied to all applicants free of charge. Such supplies
should be sent to local or provincial
branches or to the Canadian head-
quarters,  77   King  Street,  East, To-j
wholesale  in  and  upon  the  promises
known    as   The   Beaver    Wholesale
uiandy,  which   was equipped   at   the [Liquor  Company  of  Prince    Rupert,
Limited,  situate at   Prince   Rupert,
British Columbia, upon the lands de-
expense of the Canadian Government,
and is being run by the French government.    Our    commissioner     h s
17   and    18,   Block
of   October,
scribed as Lots
11, Section 1.
Dated   this   13th  day
been Instructed to   forward   medical l-| 914
supplies and invalid comforts for this |Tlle Beaver Wholesale Liquor Com-
pany of Prince Rupert, Limited,      Oilice:  Smith   Block
nosni,al-                                                      |oc!3          George A. Sweet, Manager
For the support  of such  work   as| ■	
IMPERIAL MACHINE WORKS
Kij,uimis   Installed  ni/tl    Geiierfll
Repairs
Oxy-Acet>i*?ne   I'lum    in    Conne. tijoii
Third Avenue
J. H. Mil DITCH
Contractor and BuiFdet
G. T. P. S. S
SAILINGS
Estimates given on all classes "i
work, whether small or large. Personal  attention given to every  item.
PHONE GREEN  Mill
FREDERICK  PETERS, K.C,
Barrister, Solicitor and Notary Publl:
Office  In
EXCHANGE  RLOCK
DR. GILROY, DENTIST
this  we  appeal    confidently   to   the
Canadian people.
(Sgd.)    G.  STERLING  RYERSON,
President.
NOEL MARSHALL,
Chairman Executive Com.
Everything
for
the
Christmas
stocking—Wallace's.
■dl2tf
TO
ENLIST.
(Continued
from
Page
One.)
NOTICE.
The Canadian Patriotic Fund.
Will those who need assistance
from the above fund, resident in the
city or district and whose breadwinner is on active service with the
forces of the Empire or her Allies,
kindly notify the secretary of the
local organization,
tf W. E   COLLISON,
P.O. Box 735.
which shows that this city and district is willing to do its share in t!:e
cause of Empire.
The uniforms and arms for the
local regiment are experted to arrive
hero in a week or a little more, so
that the new companies may be
equipped almost at once.
Mobilization is expected to take
place here shortly again. Those who
now enlist in the regiment will be
accorded tho first opportunity of j
signing on for the next overseas con-)
tlngent.
At the drill conducted by Cap:
Clayton at the Exhibition Building
hist night there was the usual good
turn-out uf men. Excellent material
is to he found here for two full companies.
LIQUOR ACT. 1010.
(Section  19.)
NOTICE is hereby given that, on
the first day of January next, application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for the
renewal   of   a licence for the sale of
llquoi ly wholesale in and upun the
premises known as Prince Rupert
Importing Company, Limited, 6Ru-
ate at Prince Rupert, British Columbia, upon the lands described ns Lots
15 and  1C, Block 32, Section  1.
Dated this 13th day of October,!
1914- 1 P.O. Boj  1714
Prince  Rupert  Importing   Company,
Limited.
Waldemar 3. Marshall, Mansger.
Appll :aul
Crown  and  Bridge  Work  a
Specialty
Third   Avenue
I.  W.  PO'ITKR,  L.LR.B.A.
ARCHITECT     A MD     STRUCTURA1
ENGINEER
Re-inforced Concrete a Specialty
P. O.  Box 271
A. FAULDS, M.I. M.E.
Consulting Mining Engineer
Examinations   and    development    ol
Coal, Metal, Oil. Etc.
709 Dunsmuir St.      Vancouver, B.C
LINDSATC CARTAGE &ST0RA0F
G, T.  P   CARTAxiB AGENTS
331    SECOND   AVENUE
JINGLE POT COAL
If handled by us. .J,il orders reci  .
prompt attention   Phone No. 68
Christmas postals and cards, medium   prices—Wallace's. dl2tf
What   Has  the  Canudlun   Red   (cos
Society Already Done'.'
DO yOU LIKE TO PAY RENT?
If not, we can soil you a fine modern residence, four minutes walk
trom Postoffice, best neighborhood
In town, terms like rent. Requires
$300,00 cash, balance can be paid
$15.00 per month. This place has
To the British  Red doss   Society Irenteti r,
we  haio  sent  a    cash    donation    ol
$50,000,    bi   Idi      for    the
pun ha ie   ol      vi no
in
1
■
Skeena  Land  District —  District  of
Coast — Range 5.
Telephone 41 s
RITCHIE,   AGNEW   SL   CO.
Civil  Engineers and Surveyors
Prince Rnpert,  I5.C.
S.S. PRINCE GEORGE
•'or Vancouver, VI |      leattle, Fridays al 9 a.m.
?or Anyox (Granby Bay), Wednesdays ai midnight,
S.S. PRINCE JOHN
•'or MasBetl   ind  i-v.1  Clei       i  November 2, 16, 30; December 14,
us, at   !" 1 m,
.•"or the Naa;-,   Mill   Bay,        clth  and  Stewart, November 18; De-
cember 2, 10, 30, at 9 a m
•'or Refui      '■■■  . Skidegate,     1, No em]   1  5, 19; December 3, 17,
31, al   10 p.m.
•'or  Vancouver, November   10, 24;  December 8, 22, c'e., at 7 p.m.
G.T.P. RAILWAY
'assenger trains leave Prince Rupert at 10 a.m. Wednesdays and
Saturdays, toi Edmonton Winnipeg, etc., connecting at Winnipeg with trains for f:- ['till, Duluth, Chicago, etc. For
through   tickets,   reserv   ions, and  full Information   apply   to
i. T. P. TICKET OFFICE HART  BLK.,   THIRD AVE.
AGENCY    Al !      \ ! .     '.TIC    STEAMSH1
LINES.
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ific Railway
PRINCESS SOPHIA Southbound
SUNDAY, AT 8 P.M.
PRWCESS MAY for Alaska
DECEMBER 14, 1914
J. G. McNAB, General Agent, corner Third Ave.   and   Fourth   St.
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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  BARXSLKV,  AGENT        ::        031 Second Ave., Phone 508
Agency  Atlantic    Steamships.
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Waterworks, Water Power, Wharf
ing & Co., Ltd.. of Vancouver, B.C.,| Construction, Reports, Plans, Domin-
occupntion Salmon Canners, intend; on and Provincial Land Purveying,
to apply for permission to purchase sieeti-ic Rlue Printing, Negatives ind
the following described  lands:   Com
menclng al a post planted at high
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
south 20 i liains, thenee east 20
chains more cr less to shore-line;
thence northerly and easterly follow-in;: the sinuosities of the shoreline to point of commencement and
containing  40  acres  more or  less.
II. BELL-IRVING & CO., LTD.
Arthur Klpp, Agent.
Dated August  1st, 1914. aul2
White  Prints
The Queen Charlotte
Oil Fields Limited
Oilice will open today in Lnw-But'lei
Building for sale ol a limited
amount of   Treasury Stock
GEO. F.   MACDONALD,   Sec-Treas,
E    land
iiuniis-
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or over 3 years al $35.00 per
month.  Must  be seen io be appreel-1
•'iied.  II   Q.  ll..)-'. rson,  Ltd.,   Phone
86 ris-.:t!
JAMES GILMORE
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ARCHITECT
Second Ave. Near McBride St,
Pfl )ue Blue  183 Res.  Phone 89?
UP-TO-DATE
HAIRDRLSSING
PARLORS
Massage,   Manicuring,   Scalp   Treatment, Electric Treatments, Kto
Mrs,   N, I . Mnndasyde, Prop,
211 Third St.        PRINCE RUPERT
" l   foods ■■       : . nils
arrov rool. nuhus,     ,n
nerves, etc., and such     iforl " foi
the i mi alescents as tobacco, r
tv     ■ In     i - • nee south   in enty
chains, tl       t\\ enty chains lo
ii"- ■ "in: of commencenn nt and con
talnlng forty acres more or lesr,
CHARLES W   v \.\CE
Dated Ju'yl I'. h,  1914 nug 19
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HEAD   OFFICE:   MONTREAL ESTABLISHED 18(11)
Capital    $   11,500,000
Reserved   Fund !j!   12,500,000
Total    Assets S 185,000,000
p Savings   Hunk   llcpnitneul—$1 will open nn account
2    Brunches  Throughout  Canada nnd  Harking Connections With   All
0 Parts of the United States Ageut» Throughout the World,
C    II.  P.  WILSON,  Manager        - • Prince   Rupert   Branch   5
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' CLEAN UP AND PAINT UP NOW "
O-CEDAR    MOPS,    O-CEDAR  MOP  POLISH
ALABASTINE SANITARY  WALL COATING
WATER HOSE, GARDEN TOOLS,  WATERING CANS
MARTIN-SENOCR    100   PER CENT.   PURE   PAINT
PAINT BRUSHES, LAWN MOWERS AND GRASS SHEARS
CARPET HEATERS, GARBAGE PAILS
WINDOW SCREENS, SCREEN DOORS
—•AT   THM—
J KAIEN HARDWARE CO.,eos Third a.
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Harry Atkins - Family Butcher
Mas rented u market stand at
Cor. of Third Avenue and Sscond Street
in store of Stalker a- Wells
0     ■    today Hllh ii choice selected stork of Meats    Prcinpl   nttcn.
Hon to phone orders, Prices moderate to suit  tin- (lines.   Will   nn.
pri'iale   i" ii'vii"'.    mil  oii'i-:".
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Shipping Casts a Specialty
TERMS REASONABLE
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.Prince Rupert Transfer Co.
Coal, Furniture Moving, Baggage
and Heavy Tea< inf
W. J. CRAWFORD, Pfar^ger
PHQfVjR    ^fift 0"lce a"(1 Hesldence:
a o notta<8>«iKi<ro-iy«iHH'HW&w^
SHINGLES, MOULDINGS, SASH, DOORS
Prince Rupert Lumber Co.
FIRST   VIE. AND MoBRIDE ST. PRINCE Rl PEB'i
Phone 25 Branch Yard at Smither*   B.C, mr
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PRINCE RUPERT JOURNAL.
Saturday, Deceraher 12, 1911.
ACQUITTED ON
STEALING CHARGE
Continued rrbin Page One.
She was finite   overwrougl ;   as she,
reached the adjoining room und   required attention before she v       -;
to leave the building.
DISCUSSER.
■ Cnn- Inued  trom   "     'One.)
tul.es  tliey  should   not,   lie    thought,
treat them ns a class to lie discredit-: /
ed. Their evidence might be  treatedland various questions
as oilier witnesses'. The jury  would the lectu e proceeded,
have to lake Into account ti     tact of j     Rev. Canon liix in his Introductory
financial   gain   influneing   the   evi- j remarks  referred  lo  i  ■      oi ;
There  had   been no   attempt  vices thai   Hr. Tomlinson  had
made to discredit the evidenci  of the:to the Horticultural Societ;
Lei   woman    lial  she lost  the   $700,       Mr   '''• u Un    i said  tin
While :i  pel on  might nol  Rwear to was a  seml-dei m d Cob1
un Individual bill   II i e   possible for ■ "l!i with muskeg, Llmi |
one i" sweai   to n  roll of bills;   the also  i •■    useful.  Drainage  was
ns iclation creating the reason tor >er> essential, Tho closed drains
identification, The facl thai the mag- wen th best. The differon I Inds - ''
Istrate did not com nil tin worn n ' dm •• ire referred to. From his onto r trial .. otild liavi   m        rln    '■    nervation many were going too deep
■
cause the Crown had ■    '  '■     wit!   their drains.  About 3 to   I   feel
trod need some very cogent evidence,  v !-   leeii enough for the main drain ,
As to  her story of reformation   the The laterals should  not  he as dee]
--  fool and a hair being deep enough
in some cases.
jury  might  have their   own   opinion
in view nf the fact that she had proposed to follow bi'i-  Illicit  life    villi      in  rei i    to  ■ itien  ' '
a man in Vancouver If he   had come wooden  drnili should  have -   fall  of
forth.    They  inigh    be   reminded    of, at   leasl   n   Inches in   100  feet.   With-
the  couplet,   "When    the   devil   was out u hard bottom he would  nol  ■ ■•;■
sick,  the devil  a  monk   would   be;.'vise tile draining.
when  the devil   was well   ,lie   devilj     The  use  of lime    was   advocated
a monk was he,"                                       After Ilie land was drained and    dry!
The jury was oui  for some   tlte    [season came it was possible to burn!
before  returning  with  a   vei'dici    oflnnrl  of the phis--. This provided the|
not  guilty.    His  Lordship  thereupon  ash   that   was     necstisnrv.    Lime   is i
discharged- tbe   accused,    who    le(t needed for nearly all land. It unlock-
the court-room in company with the led plant food. It sweetens the   mt<p I
Qlflcers of the Salvation Army with
whom she lids been making her home
for  some weeks  pending   the   trial.
keg.   With   potash   it   i»b.vp  •■<-"■'
suits.  The best form   of lime to  use
was   I lie   common   builders'   lime.   It
was in a concentrated form. It acts
on the acid of the soil and neutralizes
it. Water slacked lime served the
best. The lime will increase by aboul
100 per cent, in the slacking. II"
advocated from 1,000 pounds to
2.nun pounds to tb<  acre.
Lime should be pul on In. the tall
to get the best results. Tt should nol
bo  pi i  "a  -it  the  : -i       : lie   fe I ilizi
Is being  used.   Sow  tbe fertilizer  in
the sprint .
tiol  hurl   i :i
 ir "ii :•':-!■ ig  for e lime, said
Hr. TomlinBon, In reply to a question.
Coal ashes would take part of the
lace of coal. Wood ashes were very
hi . :: muskeg. The putting of
linio and ashes in the soil brought
boul a "':• : il  Ion and also bacterial  action, which  was of benefit.
The bacteria In the muskeg was
useless as plant food. Tt. was necessary to stimulate another bacterial
development. The best way to apply
lime was by grinding, but it was too
laborious usually to be accomplished.
At Sitka Prof. Jorgenson had had
no results on part of the land without lime. In Prince Rupert they succeeded   better.
Sand was of greal value on the
muskeg. He also advised bringing a
little of the subsoil, the clay, each
year into mixture  with the muskeg.
The use of barnyard manure and
various other fertilizers was dealt
with by the speaker and some very
interesting points wore raised by
those present.
.NOTICE OK   DISSOLUTION OK
PARTNERSHIP.
TAKE NOTICE thai 1 partnership heretofore existiu between
Robert J.  D.  Smi
Mallett,   carrying   on    business    as
plumbers and   h< ating engineers under the llnu aanii   of "Smith &
[lett" In the city of Ii
ie   Province   o     Brltl       Colm
: was this day    i
AND   l-'!K-, ■ TAKE    MOTH :
thai the buslu
i'.'  the said  " J, ;;   Smil
has assume ■   .ii -     d ■ ■
;:<<s of the said •' •
m counts due to the   aid :: 'm i
able.
Dated thi    nine!       b day of   No-
veniher, Nine]  H indn d and Pi  :
teen.
ROBERT .1.   D.   SMTH.
ALFRED J,   MAI.LETT.
DAVID C.  STUART,    witness   as    to
I THE dETHOD^T CHURCH
P rsonage: 032 6th Ave. VV.- Clurch: Gth Ave. and Mssgrave Place.
g    •• ■ •'• Columbia   Conference:  Rev. J. V. Dlmmick, Pastor.
g Prim    Rupert, B.C., A I'D 14
MR.  HARRY  HANSON,
"The  Reliable  Plumber,'   i i lm -
Di ir Sir,- ! ha' e gr ial    '   lire li
i I  h latii g system       ■    . | i
1        fter six mont!    o '. oi
a evei y sal I .... Hon,
eats a thlrty-ial
i
« .:. ii:" oven for       I
..  !       llator which ( oom ai      onn
bolli • iplei did
beating  tin iu  hou   I       . In
stove and  fuel. I most 1
em . :, .        ,; j it.
Slni
! itMICK.
[60 LE"! PERS LIKE THIS.]
ARRY HANSON
both parties
4wd2
THE   RELIAULE   PLUMBER
For the Best in Plumbing nnd Healing Phone  In!).
Corporation  of the   City   of   Prince
Rupert. B.C.
PROPOSED    PLANK     ROADWAYS.
SEALED TENDERS will bo received up till o p.m. Monday, December 21, 1914 for the construction of the 1. ''owing plank roads
and sidewalks:
fl) Bacon Street, Tenth Avenue
and Alfred Street.
12)   Borden  Street.
(3)   Frederick Street.
Plans may be seen and specifications obtained at tbe city engineer's
office.
The lowest or any tender not
necessarily accepted.
W. McG. MASON,
City Engineer,
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BER
Coal, Cement, Plaster and Brick
AND A COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDERS' SUPPLIES
MINERAL ACT
Certificate of Im
WESTHOLME LUMBER CO., LTD.
First Avenue       Prince Rupert       Telephone 186
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A. E. Rand, President. J. S. Pearce, Manager
THE PRINCE RUPERT SASH
AND DOOR COMPANY LTD.
MANUFACTURERS
DOORS,   SASH,   MANTLES,   MOULDINGS.     SCROLL      :M     BAN.'.
SAWING. ANI) ALL KINDS OF FINISHINGS,   IJ.IOMR    <VND   OFFICE  KI.VT   RES, HOUSE FINISH  <     U'lOCIAI   Y
Fictory and Office: Seventh Ave)    /,  Hays      ov     Circle
Telephone 21S P.O. Box 2„\        'Vine    .luvicrt, B.C.
in  the Portland  Canal  Mining Divi ' J««h*iWikiWiW**Xh»<^
Bion of Cassiar District. I mr—r— _-=.^'   ■■•   ~-■—■ ~—~—~..i - —. ....„..,
Where    located:  —    On     Glacier \ aa&ttto>OOi01iOHi&!^^
Creek.
TAKE .NOTICE that Portland
I Canal Mining Company, Ltd. (Non-
Personal Liability) Free Miner's Certificate f'o. 8045313, intend, sixty
days from the date hereof, to apply
to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of
! the above claim.
And further take notice that action, under section So, must be commenced before the issue of such Certificate of Improvements;
Dated this 30th day of September.
A.D. 1914. ocl7
NOI ii
"HERBERT," "SADIE," "BARNEY," "MOSQUITO," "RICHARD II,"
"SADIE FRACTION," "BARNEY
FRACTION," and "MOSQUITO
FRACTION" Mineral  Claims, situate
Thompson Hardware Co., Limited
For the Household
Delivered to your kitchen
door, like groceries
175,000,000 Bottles Yearly
That was the demand for Budweiser last
year.
The Anheuser-Busch Plant covers today
more than 1 12 i.ercs —equal to 70 city
blocks. It gives steady employment to
6,000 people, am to 1,300 more in its
branches.
Every process, every room, i:i immaculate.
Evc.-y bottle is Pasteurized ni«) Inspi cl
This Quality-Plant, starti     -     rl • •"" yi   rs
ago, is a model of modem
The hundreds of visitor:-; whi i '      '   '
every day know that nothlni kind
could be made any better than Budweiser.
Ariheuser-Busch, St. Louis
The Largest Plant of i'< s K 'nd
in the World
Some of ui:  Principal
GRANITE
GRANITE  of  best   quality  and   thoroughly  tested  for sale
Cut Stone or Crushed   Rock   in
Quantities
V GIL 3. Mel,KOI)      Phone Green 211
HE   HIGH   COST OK    LIVING  RE-
DUCED BY BUSTNG YOUlt
Rest  Quality    Domestic    Lump   Coal
S0\"O Per Ton
Best Quality Washed   Nut  ("oal
88.75 Per Ton
DELIVERED
—Tin:-—
Union  Transfer  Co.
Prince Itupert, B.C.. Phone 3fl
PHONE 554 P.O. BOX 60
FOB
APERBANGING
FAINTING
OLISH1NG AND
WALL TINTING
HIGH-GRADE    INTERIOH
DECORATING    a     3PECIAI/I"
Martin Swanson
SECOND AVE ■"BAR M
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PHONE  101. P.O. DRAWER 1015 880 SECOND AVE.
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iiitetnr-^/ :''lMk^r'r't^^&9*^W^ ■•''■liftiV':: -ftavf
rail us B ni"  "I. Pw .-■•: .ho-'j ■ -.. Ar.'A: ■.'-—■-' •■.■■"'•■-•r.'i:! -  - -'"i-^s..«??;-»'is! .;     '; "', : ; r ', '.■-,•'-
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PRINCE RUPERT IMP. CO.
Distributors PRINCE RUPERT, B. C.
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MERCHANTS  §
LUNCHES
THE ROYAL CAFE   |
has     Initiated     n    system   "l   ':
Merchants'   Lunches   .11   noon
each   day
PRICE 35 CENTS
$;  Scivhe  in  keeping  with   Btai
f  'l.i,,1    c-l.-ililislii'd    hj     i npillin
D
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&ovvtMOCMOfiQ'ao<>oon<oooao
Send fir Five Roses
Cook Book—
BEING A MANUAL OF GOOD RECI.T.S c«efu.ly
'Ko»cn ttnm ilv conlribu.ioiH "I ovrr two iltfnimwi
iuccm',.ul UMTS ol » ivt Rota Flour truf>*,i!mui C.m.vJki.
Alto LWuJ N tes on ine Various cIsssps ol
lo eot, (JI ol whu-K hnvc been urefully tho Iu '■ snd
ts<bscked ''f rwnprtprn authority.
COUPON
*ni.  N.tnr   ind   AdMrcM
Diw't lolttl ro critlox Ten
pt.mlv
CcnU
In ikunpi
fUMC
WiHtss vein Emelope to UKE 0F_THE_W«)S MILLING CO LIMI1E0. WIKHIWO
mIois f'rlBCf Rupert, ll.C
STI "   I '■ '   -■   MOHMCV
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jiT-aril Saturday, December 12, llll-l.
PRINCE RUPBRT J0URNA1
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BACK TO THE LAND
1)0 you realize that the Lakslse and Kltsumkaluiil valleys contain mvev 150,(KM) acres of tho choicest agricultural land iu the
Province '»». British Columbia? This land according to Government
icport.s is especially suited to small fruits und vegetables and results obtained hy present settlers in these valleys have proved this
beyond question. Situated as (hey are, Jess than ninety miles
li'oju Prince Rupert, with churches, schools, hotels, and railroad
accommodation, an unnsual opportunity is offered the prospective
former.
We are offering •"»- and 10-aci'O tracts of the very choicest land
ilk the district. The terms are very easy. A small payment down
and the balance to suit the purchaser.
Call and Investigate this Opportunity Today
wtiul can be done ivi
llll'S.
Special Offer
G< IVERXMEXT WEATHER
DEPORT.
Don
Furnished  hy  I.   VI.
Ung.
For 24  hours ending
5  p.
m.
December 11.
liar,  reduced  to sea  level
30.U3D
Highest temperature ....
.•11
Lowest temperature  ....
.26
Wllil, HOLD BAZAAR TODA1
IN  THE K. OF
P.
HALL
and I.'(  us prove to you wliul can he dime with liv
-mull  fruits and vegetables.
>r len acres in
In   tbe   K.   or   I'.   Hull    today    the
t Ladles' Aid nf the Methodist Church
will bold :i bazaar. This will continue
through  the afternoon and again  in
the evening. The preparations for the
event have been most complete,   included  In  tbe articles for   sale   are
fl
& many that ure specially adapted  for
5 Christmas gifts.
S^>^>0^>o^>^>tKBH^O^Kl^K8}^^ There will be refreshments and a
We offer DID acres of good land, partially cleared, with buildings, railroad running through it, for $!).()() ner acre. Mill be sold
mi terms I" suit purchaser.
I.VSI RANCE   l.V ALL   BRANCHES
McCAFFERY, GIBBONS & DOYLE
'ictlimlist  Ladies Have Prepared for
Seekers After   Christmas
Gifts,
Your Christmas Gift
Question Solved
at
l»i>«HKHWB><KH>i><K«W^ of music. Tn the evening
the Welsh Choir will take part in the
programme.    Home-made  articles  in
'all lines will  be on sale. The public
I are asked to attend.
Launchmen! See To Your Lights!
Launch
Electric   Lighting   Sets at prices  that  will  pay   power-boat
men to investigate. The
CELEBRATED FULLER STORAGE BATTERIES
Switchboards and Instruments,   Dynamos,    Lumps    anil    Fittings.
Large new stock of STANDARD GAS ENGINE PARTS for en.
gines up to ."0 h.p. Complete nglnes in stock or to order. Standard
und Columbian Propellers! To in Bronze Shafting, Bronze Marine
fittings, Copper Pipe and Dei ills for Gasoline Engines.
RUPERT MARINE IRONWORKS AND
SUPPLY CO., LIMITED
WATERFRONT . PRINCE       RUPERT
Agents  for   Jtritish   Ki million! Semi-Diesel   Engines
««ttfl^>wj«KBKi-a<mi^^
IB
Useful    nnd     economic    gifts     of
many kinds—Wallace's. dl2tf
^
i2i
'^ccdUL
The Rexa!! Stores ? Canada
OONTRIRUTK TO I,
The Canadian Patriotic Fund
Till-: Rexall Stores of Canada, 100 of the lending Drug Stores
in Canada bine unanimously agreed to contribute to the
Canadian Patriotic Fund, FIVE PER CENT, of their t"tal purchases nf nil Rexall Toilet Goods, Rexall Remedies nnd other merchandise manufactured or sold hy he United Drug Company, Limited,
Toronto,  from October   loth   i   December 31st, 1014.
Tbis action of the Rexall Drug Store? of Canada has been
undertaken co-operatively, because as a co-operative organization, they realize how much more can be done unitedly than individually, and It bus 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 tbe funds of tli Canadian Patriotic Organization and for the support o Canadian workmen because:—
Tbe fund that would be raised on Ihe basis of last year's
business can be tremendously increased if every man and
woman in Canada will belli a little by the simple process
of purchasing Rexall Goods at the Rexall Stores.
No need to give space in tbis announcement to emphasize
the high quality of Kexall Tollel and Medicinal goods.
Sufficient to say that 7,00 or the leading Drug Stores in '
Canada, Great Britain, and the United States place their
personal and collective reputations behind (hem; that the
public in these countries endorse them to the extent of
several million dollars wor'h of purchases a year.
Better goods are not made, and you take no risk in buying, for every Rexall Storf will return you your money if
any Rexall Product is not ntire'y satisfactory und do it,
too, without the slightest objection. V
There's a full list of Rexall  products
the Rexall Store In your town
wailing  for  you    at
DISPUTE Ol BR LAND.
(Continued  from  Page One.)
Geo. D. Tite's, Tlte Home Furnisher
USEFU
LEATHER CHAIRS and ROCKERS, many handsome designs
Library Tables, Parlor Tables in Fumed, Golden,
and Mission Finish
Big Discount of 20 per cent, on these lines for Xmas Buyers
ANNUAL GIFT
For every $2.00 cash purchase during December entitles
holder to double ch&nce for Brass Bed, value $75.00
and Genuine Wilton Carpet, value $60.    See Window.
Ask for it kindly puss he word along tn your friends.
II Is the collective purchases of all thai will make ihis
Rexall Store Fiind for the Canadian Patriotic Organiz.i-
t Ion work a big our.
The Fund will be ■ lecie tn m each Rexall Store In Can-
United Drug Company, Limited, Toronto, nnd
will be paid by them ulreci to the officers o£ the Canadian Patriotic Organisation, and the amount so collected
will  be piibll lied        tbis paper when paid over.
REXALL GOODS ARE MADE IN  CANADA  and   you    can    procure
them in your town only from
C. H. Orme, The Pioneer Druggist
Two Stores, Phones 82 and 200
The Rexall Store
United Drug Company, Limited        - Toronto
land there was involved. He did not
know how much money was being
involved. Mrs. Burrowes accepted
the receipts, trusting Mr.  Harrison.
The letter he wrote to London as
explained was to Mr. Miller in London. The letter was to try to induce the London people to pay Harrison & Gamble commission rather
than pay for expenses for the purchase of land. He thought that five
per cent, was quoted. lie never saw
any reply to the letter. The letter
was written at the dictation of .Mr.
Harrison, Mr. Gamble, Mr. Warton j
and Mr. .Miller. Witness did not |
originate it. 151
In   reply   lo   Mr.   Williams  witness |
said he understood   the   commission
would   be for   selling  land    in   Tyee
Park.
Mis. Burrowes, the plaintiff, cor-j
roborated the evidence of her husband as to the negotiations. Mr. Harrison said Ihis was a sure thing.
She would make ten limes as much
ns she would out of investments in
Prince Rupert real estate. She said
.Mr. Harrison said that if she came In
she would stand on the same ground
as himself.
The case, was still In progress
when the court adjourned In tbe
evening.
Suggestions for Xmas Buyers
LADIES' DESKS in ruined oad,   Early   English
nnd golden finish,
Indian  Leather, Tapestry   nnd   Cretonne   Cush.
ions,   from   $2 up to $10
Oak  Pedestals and Ottomans,    Sectional    Bookcases.
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
CEO, D. TITE,   The Quality Home Furnisher
Phone 20 Prince  Rupert
HOTEL DIRECTORY
Members  of  the  Prince   Rupe-t
Licensed Vintners' Association
Phone 08
P.O.
Pacific Cartage Limited
Box :w!«HWK>)KHK«H>i>lKfiS-i»i>iliiKitia»l^
GUARANTEED  ?
American Silk  a
HOSIERY       2
Christinas   postals,   2
-Wallace's.
for
cents
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CHRISTMAS   BAZAAR.
The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist
Church will bold a bazaar In the K.
of P. Hall on Saturday, commencing
at .1:30. It will continue in the afternoon and evening with a musical
programme. The Welsh Choir will be
in attendance in the evening. There
..ill be a sale of fancy work, plain
BGWlug, home cooking and candles.
Santa Clans will be Iu attendance.
d I 2-2t
The Morning Journal
50 cents per Month
MINERAL  ACT.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
"LIPTON No. 3" and "UPTON
No. 4" Mineral Claims, situate ln
Ihe Portland Canal Mining Division
of Cassiar  District.
Where located: On American
Creek.
TAKE NOTICE that I, William
Spurck, Free Miner's Certificate No.
80401B, intend, sixty days from the
date hereof, to apply to the Mining
Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above
claim.
And further take notice that action, under section 85, must be commenced before the issue of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 16th day of September
A.D. 1914. 04
WINDSOR    HOTEL
Cor. oi First Ave. and  Eighth St.
IV. U. Wright, Prop.
HOTEL  CENTRAL
First  Ave. and Seventh St.
European   and   American   Plant
$1.00 to 98.50 Per Day
Peter   Black,   Prop.
KNOX  HOTEL
Firm     Ave.     Between     Eighth    and
Ninth
European Plan;   Kates •"•Oc to $1.00
Per Day
Resncr &   Besner, Props.
EMPRESS   HOTEL
J. y. Rochester V. I). Galley
Third  Ave.   Between Sixth and
Seventh   Sts.
European Plan;  50c to   $1   Per  Da)
ROYAL HOTEL
Corley -V   Burgess,  Prop*.
Third  Ave. and  Sixth  St.
European Plan Steam Seated
BEAVER     WHOLES ILK     LIQUOR
CO..   LIMITED
Second  Ave. and Sixth  si.
Phone   102
MERCHANTS
We have Warm Storage
Reasonable  Kates
ree
New Wellington
Coal
The Favorite Household Coal
Cleanest) Brightest and Best
Rogers & Albert
Second Avenue
Phoue 116
PRINCE RUPERT IMPORTING CO.
LIMITED
Fraser and Sixth Sts
Phone   7
tHWHWKBKH»IKH*l?lKKKH3mHJOl>lKI D
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
For Rent
REASONABLE   RATES
Till',
Continental Trust
Company
iWHKs OOO 0-f-TKl 00 O O-a Crt KJ
WK   WANT   roll   TO   K*'OW
THESE   HOSE
Thej stood the test when all
others fulled. They give real
foot comfort, They have ao
seams to rip. They never become loose and baggy as the
shape is knit in, not pressed iu.
They are GUARANTEED for
fineness, for styl3, for superiority of material and workmanship, absolutely stainl -s.and to
wear six month:- without holes
or replaced by uew pairs free.
Our Free Offer
To every one sending us 50c
to cover shipping charges, we
will send, subject to duty, absolutely  free:
Turee pairs of our famous
men's AMERICAN SILK
HOSE 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,   (live   color
and size desired.
The  International   Hosiery  Co.
21  Bittner Street
Dayton   Ohio - U.S.A.
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awotmotooaotoo^roaxiotoovoGoa
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 get a
coupon.
Fuller's Grocery
Phone 572 .'III   3rd Ave.
ooaoao<iOtHW0O0*H000avaoHiW0
Subscribe for The  Dally Journal,
50 cents a month.
IKHWKHXHKHKKKI IKH>iKHKH3<HKh><i-
I    THE MOST COMFORTABLE
| TOURING CAR
l| IN THE CITY
Answers ill! culls day and night
Phone 99
Stand:    Hotel    Prince    Rupert
OCEAN FISH oT
Fresh Fish Arriving Every Day
) ltslde Oiders Promptly Attended To
PHONE  BLUE 250

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