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VOL.  V.
PRINCE RUPERT, B.  C,   SUNDAY.  DECEMBER  6,   11)14,
Prlct- 5 Cents.
NO.   14
ITALY
THE PREM
POLICY
FRENCH GOVERNMENT BACK TO PARIS
FIGHTING IN POLAND WITH A FIFTY MILE FRONT
Fearful Battle In Poland
Continued At Lodz
Frequent Encounters Taking Place at
Point Of Bayonet—Half-a-Million
Men Are Engaged In the Conflict
*   MOVING CAPITAL TO PARIS.
* Paris,  Dec.   5.—The   French
* Government  is preparing to  rc-
* move from  Bordeaux to   Paris.
* One  minister   has   already   left
* Bordeaux  for    the   old    capital.
* Others will follow within a day
* or  two.
BRITISH (APII'll, IN
V. S. IS ENORMOUS
omtoo&&w*o$o#o#mo#o#^^
o
Allies Advancing In Alsace
Paris, Dec. 5.—In the western arena there is comparative quiet
although the French report some progress between Dixmude and
Ypres.  Fighting also continue!  in   Upper Alsace.
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YOUNG MAN SHOT
WHILE HUNTING
United  Slates Owes  Britain  No  Less
Than One   Thousand   Million
Sterling.
As a result of reports of American
correspondents of London newspapers that the statement of Mr. Lloyd-
George, Chancellor of fhe Exchequer,
to the effect that the United States
owed Great Britain about one billion pounds (about $.1,000,000,000)
had caused surprise in the United:
States, Mr. Lloyd-George gave out I
the following statement:
"Judging from the comments
which have appeared In the American
press on the Chancellor of the   Ex-
Petrograd, Dec. 5.—The* Germans
and the Russians are engaged in a
mighty battle south of Lodz in Russian Poland, along a line from Glo-
uno to the Vistula River. The front
Df battle extends for forty or fifty
miles. There are probably close on
half a million men taking part.
Encounters are frequent which at
some places have been at the point
of the bayonet. The Siberian troops
are showing wonderful aggressiveness, charging batteries and moving
I swiftly  In  hand-to-hand  fighting.
The bloodiest and most pitiless j jnjg 0jty
(light, of the war, it is said, is that
which has occurred here. Heavy
German forces had penetrated to
Tuszinasre and were surrounded and
obliged to fighl their way back to
the  main   body.
The Russians essayed counter attack after counter attack to prevent
[the junction, hut the Germans cut a
IIODV    OF    FRANK     McQI ILLA.M
FOUND IN WOODS   NEAR
TYFi:
Accidental Discharge of Gun Resulted in His   Dentil   Last
Thursday.
Under sad circumstances, Frank
McQulllam, who has been working
near Tyee, met with his death it is
supposed last Thursday. The young
man, who was but twenty years of
ago, is a nephew of Miss Pollard of
The body was found yesterday al
the fool of a tree a few miles from
Tyee. The gun was by his side and
from the position of it it, was evident he had been shot in an accidental manner.
PROVINCE'S NEW
LIEUT. GOVERNOR
FRANK  S.   BARNARD   WHO   SUCCEEDS TO   POST    IS   OLD-
TIMER  IN  PltOVINCE.
He Is u Member of One of the Eiirly
Families   in   British
Columbia,
Mention was made in the despatches in The Journal yesterday
that Frank S. Barnard, of Victoria
had been named as Lieutenant-Governor of British Columbia to succeed Hon. W. T. Paterson. Mr. Barnard, who Is a brother of George IT
Rich   Ore Being
Mined At Kitselas
J. D. Wells Is Preparing To Ship High
Class Copper Ore To Smelter—Carries Free Milling Gold-Near G.T.P.
.1. D, Wells, of Kitselas, the
pioneer prospector in that district, Is
now in tbe city. Mr. Wells for years]
NEW SERVIAN   CABINET.
Paris, Dec. 5.—The Servian *
cabinet has resigned. Premier •
Pachitch has undertaken the *
task of organizing a new mini- *
si ry. •
has been exploiting that pari of thei
country and lias abounding faith in
the  mining  future  of it.
Mr.   Wells has .now  under  development  at   Kitselas   Mountain,   not;
far from IJsk, what promises to de-;
velop into a very rich producer. The	
property is showing up well, and is ! I'">' every 83.00 purchase during
fortunately, situated only alum-, December your opportunity fur hand-
one thousand feet from the G.T.P. 80n,fl '"':lss l"''1 «nd Wilton carpel
Ii is about four hundred feet above is<lun,'eS S<M' windows ni George D.
the  level  of  the railway  and  so   is Tito's- d6
most convenient for the handling i :  ° '	
the ore. The ore that is now being
Barnard, M.P., is an   old-time   rest- taken out runs on an average abo
dent of the province, his father be
ing an early resident of the interior
Iwhen the Cariboo was attracting attention,  He was  Identified  with  the
?(i(i a ton. In this value there is $40
CAPITAL SECURED
FOR SALT WELLS
iu.
passage at the bayonet point for fif-i
teen miles.
Ninety per cent, of the German of- j
WHAT INVASION
MEANS TO FRANCE
in gold and Hie remainder in copi er
and  silver.
Ai>an   from  this   general   rur    oi
organization of the British Columbia lore, there ;..e very rich parts in frei
Express   Company   which    operated I milling gold. This carries very high 	
Into the gold mines. [values and  will  eventually  lie   con-JTho Main  Boring  Is   Belnc   Stinted
Frank  Barnard   was  horn   In   To-1ceatrated  on  the  ground,   it   is   ex-,       close to Balls and to Skodmi
ronto  in  1856.  He came   to   British PSCted. River.
r.   Wlil'IFi oiiii   ills    MADE
\i:i;.\v(;!,\\!i, .:;, yo <,<> on
WITH  WORK.
ficers were  put out  of action.  Many WRITER   IN  LONDON  CHRONICLE
:Columbia in  lSfiO, and after passing|
through   the    Victoria    schools    ami
The point where the trail from the
'mine meets Hie railway is about one
Chequer's statement In the House of
Commons with regard to exchange
between this country and the United
States of America, this appears to
have been Incompletely reported in
America.
"Mr. Lloyd-George's actual words
as reported In the official report are:
" 'America, I suppose, owes us
nearly a thousand billion pounds In
fixed and floating capital, but we
could not buy. It was Impossible to
do any business. Why? The exchange had broken down. This paper
machine had crumpled and somehow
got out of order, and the result was
that no business was possible.'
"This statement seems lo have
reached  the United   States   In   ihe
form
regiments had less than a hundred j
men left. The fighting lasted for'
thirty-six hours. The Germans fell!
i in  rows but their   comrades   pushed
PAINTS PICTURE OF WHAT
FOLLOWS  WAR.
Hellinutli  College  in    London.   Out..  milr  !mm  ,lle  station  of  Usk.   It   is
Ihe  became a  clerk  in  the  offices of Proposed now to bring down several
PROVINCE OF II. C. MAKES
BIO   SALE  OF TIMBER
How Great Britain Would Be Affected by Such a .Movement.
Government Sells uoo.oon.ooo   Feet
of Timber   to   B. C.   Sulphite
Fibre Company.
.the British Columbia Express Company. In 1SS1 lie became general
manager of that company, and from
1SS2 to 1SS6 was its president.
Possessed of large means, be lias
been idenitfied with various companies operating on the coast, incluil-i
ing the Victoria Transfer Company,
the Hastings Sawmill Company, Hie
B.    C.    Electric    Company,     Evans
carloads   and    ship   to   tiie   Granby
smelter by way of Prince Rupert.
I). ('. Whfti ford, who is Identified
with the sail wells ai Kwlnltsa on
the line of the G.T.P., Is now preparing  in sink   the  main  boring  for
The property promises   oxcellenllylt,le taking out of the brine.  He lias
Hon.  W,  R.  Ross states  200,000,-
000 feet of timber has been sold to
I the B. C. Sulphite   Fibre   Company
Limited,  operaling   at   Mill    Creeli
Howe Sound.
The timber purchased from the
government by the company con-
'slsted of eight parcels, located on
Seymour     Inlet,     Abniihiic     River.
Britain  is sending Ihe best of her
sons to  fight  for  honor's sake and
civilization;   and  the  imagination   of
our  people  is  beginning to   realize
though    still    slowly,    I    think,    the
tragic  significance of this  worst   of Coleman  & Evans,   Victoria-Phoenix j
(Continued  on  Page Three.)       i (Continued on Last Page.)
for tiie future and Mr. Wells is feeling very well satisfied indeed with
the outlook at the mine, which, with
the completion of the railway, comes
at once Into value from the shipping
standpoint.
ANGLICAN BAZAAR WAS
A DECIDED SUCCESS
^Italian Chamber
Endorsed Policy Of
Premier Salander
The Sulc ni Work Netted Over 8300
—Energetic Committees Work
ed Haiti,
secured the necessary capital to allow him to proceed with this work
and  will  start  at  once.
Tiie machlni ry for providing a
plant thai will produce fifty tons of
|.-..;. a day is to be put In. This will
I be located close to the Skeena River.
I between the railway tracks of the
iG.T.P. and the stream. This will | er
|inlt of shipping In and out by either
Ironies. This will be of greal advantage as it i- proposed to carry the
fuel  Iii  by  the  water route  In some
Instances
The  Anglican   bazaar,  held   In    the       Tl,,.   ,„, „ic f ,„,,   |g  ,„„.   ,,,
hurch mi  Thursday   afternoon   mid
that  America owed life United
Kingdom a tliniiRiind million pounds
without any explanatory words thai
this sum was owed In fixed and float-
Knight's    Inlet,    Big   Creek,
John-
Thc Italian Chain  |
stone Strait,  Vancouver  Island;   Staf-       ""'"e.   Dec,
ford    River,    Loughborough    Inlet; ''-r of Deputies by a v if 418 to
Eden Island, Tburlow Island, and on   i:i passed a vote of confidence iu the
Ing capital. These words, of course
make  It   Quite clear that  Mr. Lloyd-
George's statement  referred to   the
tolal  of British  Invested  capital    1
Viscount   Island.
For stnmi lge  alone  the  total   estimated   revenue   for   the   province'
government
noiiiii I'lni'iii
following     tha    pro-1 -
nf   Premier  Salandra's "
,,'from   these  sales    Is    (88,809.    The
America and in no way to America's
company also pays   u   ground   rent
policy,  which  was   directed   toward
I I
the   maintaining   of   the   army    Inl
watchful   neutrality.
THE KING HAS RETVRNKD.
London,     Dec.     B, King
0 ::c, who b] nil  Beveral days
witli tbe British expeditionary
forces In France, has returned
to  Buckingham  Palace.
evening,  was a   very   succei  f.il   i I
fair, the varloue   booths   presc-itlny  w.||| ,, ]|(| ,,,
a  \ cry    attractive   api i arance.    T
receipts amounted   to a   littl
which there I- n  very great  demand
in  tin- district,  The  fh lilng  Industry
Increase thin ai  it I
vein i d  : on   now on.
1 "'      Harry Mobh > of ihis cltj  , a   none
t In the car-
. $300,   One attractive feal   n
splendid  exhibit    o!    South    Afrlc n|rylng   i i   ol     i   Installation I  i ri
relics under, the charge of  Mr   P ,,
ler, « ho gave an Interesting descrlp !
tion of ' ich
Indebtedness In  respect  of the cur--wnl,'n   amounts    to   approximately
rent  balance  of  trade    between    thei*2'000  a   "p'r-    Tlle   revenue    from I     Premier    Salanilru    said     to     the
that  the  pulp industry   is  assuming
two countries."
In the course of a statement concerning the financial condition in
Great Britain, Mr, Lloyd-George told
the House of Commons that the li-j considerable and promising propor-
■ancial deadlock which followed the'tlons. The British Columbia ' Sul-
outbreak of the war was due to In- Bhlte Fibre Company is at present
ability to collect outstanding debts making about «5 tons of sulphite
abroad. He was quoted as it nowidally, operating Its plant day and
appears incorrectly, as saying that night and giving employment, all
Wie United States owed Great Britain ! told, to about 4 00 men. Their mar-
flvo billion dollars and   as   adding   kets arc Japan, South America. New
liui  ilie useful presenl for Christ-
in.-.-: a ci ortnblc chair or rocker;
list  of ladles who  worked   hard   to special     Christmas     discounts,     ,-u
make the affair a success: George  I). Tile's. i|i;
Fancy    work   -Mrs.    Hart,     con   ——	
venor,   assisted   by   Mrs.   Shockley, WMGt>v<maa<>itt^aoowya4cwa
"These purchases" said Mr. Ross Imaintain neutrality but be watchful! Tiie city has grown excited  with   a Mrs. La Trace, Mrs. Homer and Miss |5"  Tf N  MORE   PRIZES  ADDED    "
j ' ! v
"furnish    very    gratifying    evidence | anti   armed,"   and   emphasized    the touch of war fever. jBoston. >g '    !   ri.t'i    iii'-nKN
Home cooking    .Miss   West,   con- ?
venor, assisted  by  Miss  Davies, Mm
Collison and Mrs. McCoskrie,
royalty  will  total   $75,000;
Chamber   yesterday;     "Italy    must phrase,   "Italy's   just   aspirations."
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Next
Mann Cup Dispute Again
Candy-   Girls'
CAR1NET
... .m ten persons coming
O nearest t" the number of Puf-
6 fed  Rice In the bottle we   will
auxiliary
"but we could do DO business.'
I
'York and the Northwestern States
has awarded the amateur championship "f Canada to Vancouv
has ordered a new troph;
be  awarded  to Calgary,
s
o
con    S
lutes    valued    at    $1.00.    With
.'1.00 j urchase you get a
Miss I)ii Vernet and Mrs. [lemmel
Ottawa,  Dec.  5.—The Canadian  .Amateur   Lacrosse   Association   V      .,, „     .,       ,,
0,     Flower   stall—Mrs.   Holland
'■'-''■ "2' ■ .   i    ■       ,, ,,       I. 15 coui on
o  venor,    assisted    by    Mrs.    Bassetl
us ordered a new trophy if tie trustees  insist  that Ilie Mann  Cup   fi f,,lT„o.,„   in_„_	
I ■"""- and Mrs. itiiej s   |-ui,ers Grocery
o      Junior League stall In   chi i   ot  ,'■' Phnnc  ~<12 ;;t I  8rd  Ay
oo&amHyo&oorQ*oOrO&a*oj&i^^ iContinued ou Last Page.)
OO OiKIil C«HX><| 0OOO<i O O CtOfl O OOOQ Sunday, December 6, 1914.
PRINCH RUPERT JOURNAL.
prince Kupert journal
Telephone 138
O. H. NELSON, Editor
Olllce: 128 Third Avenue East,
near McBride Street. Telephone 13S
Postoffice  Box  607.
DAILY   EDITION.
Published every morning except
Monday. Delivered by carrier in the
city at the following rate, If paid in
«dvance: —
One   Year $5.00
Six   Months $2.50
Three   Months $1.25
One   Month $0.50
WEEKLY EDITION.
Published every Friday for clrcu-
!.. lion outsido the City of Prince
Rupert at $!.0l) a yaiir. addressed I
oolnts In Canada; or $3.00 a year to
al! points in the United Kingdom
the United States or other foreign
oiintries.
\dvettising   Kates  1'pon  Application.
getting ready?  Why should  we  not |skeena Land District — District of
Coast, Range 5.
be able to pick up the rifle and the I     TAKE    NOTICE   that     I,     Philip
bayonet   and    use    them    effectively, I Chesley, intend to apply for a licence
to prospect for coal  and   petroleum
even  though   the   chances   are    we j 0n  the   following  described    lands:
Commencing at a post planted one
mile south of the south-west corner
of my No. 8 clarm, being 1 1-2 miles
north of the Beaver River and 4
miles west of the Cedar River;
thence south SO chains, thence west
80 chains, thence north 80 chains,
thenco east SO chains to the point of
commencement, containing 040 acres
to be known as P. Chesley's No. 12
claim.
PHILIP CHESLEY, Locator.
Located August 19th, 1914.    ocl6
Phone 300
P.O. Bex 1S3E
never shall have to.
"The Free Press is not one of
those who believe that the only soldiers are on the battlefields. There
are many good soldiers at home,
who have never lifted a gun, fighting for the supremacy of Britain
Just as are the men in the trencnes
on the Aisne or the Lys. But is there
anything to prevent this soldier at
home fitting himself to wage the
war in another way if the time
comes.  Tin) war is  young.    We  don't
know to what scattered fields the
trained armies of Britain may yet
illed. In case the fields become
bo wide that all our trained BOldlers
are required, we can at least, If we
train In military conducl and the use
Skeena Land District—District of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that John Alexander Murray, of Prince Rupert, B.C.,
occupation Carpenter, Intends to apply for permission to prospect foi
coal and petroleum over Hie following described lands; Massett Inlet,
Craliani Island: Commencing at a
post planted at the north-wesi corner
of Lol No. 1578; thence east 80
chains, theace south SO chains to
shore of Massetl  Inlet;  Ihence   west
S'i chains; thence north 80 chains to
of the  rlfie and  the sword,  take up!point of  commencement,   conl - i Ing
Sunday,  Dec       ■     6    1914,
EVERY  MAN    \   SOLDIER.
The  Ottawa   F    ■    ":■ ti ilehing
on   the   situation   that   nov    i :
says:
"Has the time not arrived when
the government of Canada and the
men of Canada should '(insider extending to It: broa lesl limits
system, now in operation in a very
limited way, of giving the rudiments
of military [raining to all civilians'.'
Has the war not reached thai
when precautions should be taken
against, the remotest eventualities
and preparation ba made to meet the
most unlikely demands?
"The Free Press believes that
time and that stage have been
reached, and in believing so it is anything but. pessimistic. We have not
the shadow of a doubt that Britain
will triumph, and triumph without
calling upon her last resources. But
that is no reason why our very last
resources should not lie In readiness
In tiie event of their being required
A man does not go ir>'o the woods
to bunt a bear taking only one or
two cartridges with blm on the assumption that he will not. find the
bear.
"The Free Press believes, and
would urge that the Dominion Government so far as it. is possible foil
It to do so, should provide the means
for every able-bodied man In Canada to acquire a fundamental knowledge of military conduct. And it
would urge upon every able-bodied
man in Canada, if he lias the opportunity, to secure such knowledge and
such training. We think that if il is
at all possible, every adult Canadian
man who is not prevented by illness
or other pressing reason, should prepare himself to do ills share in this
war, even if thai preparation en
tails personal sacrifice.
"As Treltschke, the German, said,
all selfishness must cease when the
state is at war. We must not look
upon this war as a series of battles
in which our soldiers are engaged,
won if our soldiers are victorious,
bul lust if they are beaten. Every
one of us should look upon it as
something In which we ourselves may
yc be actually engaged. Fur even
should nil our trained armies be de
feated, and put nut of the fighting,
we would nol be beaten \\-(. would
ii: v mi. we «hn hat e never fired a
rifle <>;■ lifted a bayi nel in our lives,
"Am! even if Wl see now ne- | ,
reiuotesl   possibility   of  such   a   last
call   coming,   wliy   sin,i Id    we   linl    be
ilie work of home defence, if circum-
- ces are such  thai  we cannol enlist   now  fur overseas  service,    most.
can, and those who can should!
fj i 0 acn -- more or less.
JOHN  ALEXA.NDER   Ml RRAY.
Date located 27th' .Inly, 1914. s23
Skeena    Land   District—-Distriot   or
Coast Range Five.
.lit  themselves to relieve   those   who'    TAKE    NOTICE    that   1,   George
'are stationed here to defend ,,„,■ own lMUl3 Shirley, or Prince Rupert, occupation   Rancher,  intends  to  apply
jBhores, |f0r  permission  to  purchase the fol
lowing  described   lands:    Commenc-
Such training need entail no obligation. II wlll do no man an;, harm,'
And   il   will  make   Britain  more   'n
ing  at  a   post   planted   at   (he   N.E.
corner of  Lot  5-Hi2, Range 5, Coast
.  District; thence easl 32 chains, more
or less, tii the wesl boundary of Lot
vincible than she already is. Tt will!48    Thence  sou(n   aiong   the   said
also  nice  to  the  men  of   Canada    a i West boundary ef Lol   IS  about four
! chains io the G.T.P. Right-of-way;
thence westerly following the G.T.P.
Right-of-way  to  the  S.E.   corner  of
more definite feeling that tliei1' selfish and individual Interests are being subjected to the great need of
Ihe state."
Leather cushions with Indian
heads, also tapesti-y und cretonne
cushions; special Christmas prices nt
George D. Tile's. di;
 o —
g-!KHSaiWHHS<HKHS«HKrt^
I Correspondence 1
o<mtH!mia&oaaGo&eHO#o&a<tooiio,
A COURT EXPLANATION.
To tl     !•: iilor of The Journal;
In reporting the remarks of Mr.
Justice Clement lo the grand jury I
observe you have the following:
"The statement of a small girl
who did not, understand the nature
of an oath had been taken before
the police magistrate. This, to have
effect under the code, should be substantiated  by another witness."
These are not the words used.
The words used were, must be "corroborated. " But that is not the point,
An impression was left that I erred
in taking a statement not under oath.
Sec. 1003 of Criminal Code provides
that the evidence of any child of
tender years who does not understand the nature of an oath may be
received though nol given on oath.
IThe question of corroboration is one
altogether of opinion. One material
statement made by the child was
admitted by accused. This to an ordi-
; nary mind would appear lo be corroboration to some extent. The point,
however, is that the justices on a
preliminary hearing have no right
to weigh the evidence and statements
regarding their disposition of a case
should lie carefully made,
Yours truly,
ALFRED CARSS.
Lot    5402;    thence    northerly    4.26
chains   to   point   of   commencement,
j containing 15 acres more or less.
GEORGE  .MILLS  SHIRLEY.
Dated  August   29th,  1914, s2
Skeena    Land   District — District of
Coast, Range V.
TAKE NOTICE that James Thomas, of Victoria, B.C., occupation seaman, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands: Commencing at. a post plant- d
oue mile distant and in a northerly
direction from Sklakl PL, on the
west side of Stephens Island; thence
north 4 0 chains following the sinuosities of shore line, thence east 20
chains, thence south 4 0 chains following H. s application to purchase line, thence west 20 chain* to
the point of commencement, containing SO acres more or less.
JAMES  THOMAS.
Dated  August 29th,  1914. s27
Harrison W. Rogers
ARCHITEC7
Suite 1
Federal Bldg.      Prince Rupert, B.«.
IMPERIAL MACHINE WORKS
Engines   Installed  and    General
Repairs
Oxy-Acetylene  Plant   In   Connection
Phone Red 150 Third Avenue
J. H. HILDITCH
Contractor and Buildei
Estimates given on nil classes of
work,' whether small or large. Personal attention given to every item.
PHONE GREEN 321
G. T. P. S. S. CO.
SAILINGS
S.S. PRINCE GEORGE
For Vancouver, Vwtoria and Seattle, Fridays at 9 a.m.
For Anyox (Gran*y Bay), Wednesdays at midnight.
S.S. PRINCE JOHN
FREDERICK  PETERS, K.C.
For Massett and Port Clements, November 2, 16, 30; December 14,
2S, at  10 p.m. ,       ,.    _
For the  Naas,  Mill  Bay,  Klncjtth and Stewart, November 18;  De-
cambar t, 16, 30, at 9 a.m
For Refuge Bay, Skidegate, etc., November 5, 19; December 3, 17,
31, at 10 p.m. „„ . „
For Vancouver, Novesibor  10, 24;  December S, 22, etc., at 7 p.m.
G.T.P. RAILWAY
Passenger trains leave Pr.ince Rupert at 10 a.m. Wednesdays and
Saturdays, for Edmonton Winnipeg, etc, connecting at Winnipeg with trains for St. Ptul, Dulutli, Chicago, etc. For
ihrniigli   tickets,  reservations, and full Information   apply   to
G. T. P. TICKET OFFICE HART BLK„ THIRD AVE.
AGENCY   ALL   ATLANTIC    STEAMSHIP    LINES.	
Barrister, Solicitor and Notary Publi.'
Office in
EXCHANGE BLOCK
DR. GILROY, DENTIST
Crown and  Bridge Work a
Specialty
Ollice:  Smith    Block,   Third   Avenue
J. \V.  POTTBK, L.I.R.B.A.
ARCHITECT     AND     STRUCTURAL
ENGINEER
Re-lnforced Concrete a Specialty
P. O. Box 271
A.- FAULDS, M.I. M.E.
Consulting Mining Engineer
Examinations   and    deielopment    ot
Coal, Metal, Oil. Etc.
709 Dunsmuir St.      Vancouver, B.C.
Skeena  Land   District —  District  of
Skeena, Coast R. IV.
TAKE NOTICE that Margrtt A.
Kerr, of Vanoouvc-r, B.C., occupation
Clerk, intends to apply for permission to purchase tiio following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted at the head of Inlet, running
in from the south-west corner of F i
Island, thenee south 80 chains,
thenco Tracers Shore line in an easterly direction about 80 chains, thence
north about 60 chains, thence west
about SO chains to point of commencement, containing 640 acres
more or less.
MARGRET  A.   KERR.
J.  P.  Mcchan. Agent.
Dated  August  22,  1914. s?6
UNDSArS GARTABE&STORAGF
G. T.   P.   CARTAGE  AGENTS
331    SECOND   AVENUE
JINGLE POT COAL
1» handled by us. .'.11 orders receiv
prompt attention   Phone No. 68.
P.O. Boj. 1714 Telephone 445
RITCHIE,   AGNEW   &   CO.
Civil Engineers and Surveyors
Prince  Rupert,  B.C.
Skeena   Land    District—District    of
Skeena,  Coast  R.  IV.
TAKE NOTICE that Nathnnd W.
Bradstack, of Vancouver, B.C., occupation Laborer, intends to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted at the extreme head
of Inlet on the south-west corner of
Fin Island, thence north about 25
chains, thence west about 70 chains,
thence Travers Shore line back to
point of commencement, containing
300 acres more or less.
NATHAMD  VV.  BRADSTACK.
J.   P.  Meehan, Agent.
Dated August 22,  1914. s26
Skeena  Land   District —  District of
Coast. Range 6.
TAKE   NOTICE    that.   I,    Thomas
11.  Tracy,  Intend  to  apply  for   a  licence  to   prospect  for  coal   and    petroleum over the following described
lands: Commencing at a post planted
[one mile south of the sout'.i-wesi cor-
0— j ner of P. Chosley's No, S claim, be-
Ludles' desks, cjii thai Is npprocl-1Ing about   1   1-2  miles north of the
Beaver River and I miles west of
tin- Cedar River; ihence north 80
chains, thence west go chains, thence
smith BO chains, Ihence east 80
chains in Ihis post Tracy Nn. 12, S.E.
Cor., comprising 840 acres to he
known as T. II, Tracy's No. 12 claim.
thus, il TRACY,
Per G.   P.  Monckton.  Agent.
Located August'*lflth, 1914.     ol.6
Waterworks, Water Power, Wharf
Construction, Reports, Plans, Domln-
on  and   Provincial  Land  Surveying,
fllectric Blue Printing, Negatives and
White Prints
The Queen Charlotte
Oil Fields Limited
Office will open today in Law-Butler
Building for sale of a limited
amount of   Treasury Stock
GEO. F.   MACDONALD,   See.-Trens.
JANES GILMORE
ARCHITECT
Second Ave Near McBride St,
Plune Blue  183
Res.  Phone 39?
aieil. furnished in ruined, golden ami
mission, ni George D, TJto's, d6
SOTJCE,
The Canadian Patriotic Fund.
win those who need assistance
finiii the above fund, resident in the
city or dlstrlcl and ,vhosc breadwinner is on active service with the
forces of the Empire or her Allies,
kindly   notify    the   secretary    of    the
local organization.
W. E   COLLISON,
P.O. Box 785.
Skeena  Land   Dislrict  —-  District of
Coast  - ■ ftange 5,
TAKE NOTICE that IL Bell-Irving & Co., Ltd.. of Vancouver, B.C.,
occupation Salmon Canners, intend
to apply for permission to purchase
the following described lands: Com-
Jmenclng at 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; Ihence west. 20 chains; thence
south 20 ihains, Ihence east 20
chains more or less to shore-line;
thence northerly and easterly following the sinuosities of Hie shoreline to point or commencement and
containing  40 acres  more or  less
II.  BELL-IRVING  & CO.,  LTD.
Arthur  Klpp,   V . nt.
Dated August 1st, 1914.        aul2
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FRIDAY, AT 8 P.M.
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SUNDAY, AT 8 P.M.
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Sunday, December C,  1914.
WHAT   INVASION.
(Continued from Page One.)
wars. But it is impossible, I am sure.
for people safe at home in Britain
in the peace of Old Country town;
and the Quietude of English villages,
to understand, even dimly, the meaning of invasion by hostile armies
writes Philip Gibbs in the London
Chronicle.
They understand it here in Northern France. They know the misery and the horror of it. It is a great
fear which spreads like a plague
though more swiftly and terribly, in
advance of the enemy's troops. It
makes the bravesi men sick with
cowardice when they think of Ihe
women and children. II makes Ihe
most callous mini pitiful when he
sees those women with their 'little
ones and old people, whose place is
by  the   hearthslde,   trudging   along !
peared into the maelstrom c.; fugitives—wives, daughters, sisters, mothers, and old grandfathers and
grandmothers, most of them without
money and all of them dependent
for their lives upon the hazard of
luck. Every day in the French newspapers there are long lists of inquiries.
"M. Henri Planchet would be deeply grateful to anyone who can inform him of the whereabouts of hip,
wife- Suzanne, and of his two little
girls, Berthe and Marthe, refugees
from Aire-sur-Lys."
"Mine. Tardic'n would be profoundly grateful for Information
about her daughter, Mme. des Rnch-
ers, who fled from the destroyed
town of Albert on October 10 with
her four children.
Every day I read some of these
|lists with ii  pain  in  the heart, flnd-
the highroads faint with hunger ami
weariness, or pleading for places ir
|lng a tragedy in every line, and wondering Whether any of these missing
people  are  among    those    whom    I
cattle-trucks     already     overnadkad I, .    ,      ,, , r
have i lu-ct    In    (lie    guards-vans ■ of
troop-trains,  huddled    among    their
'      | bundles,  or  nn    the    wayside    plat-
kind  of lodging,  and    then,   flndine
already oveirpadked
with fugitives, nr wandering aboul
unllghted  towns at    night   for
j forms, patient in their misery, or In
halt. The guard runs up to the engine-driver, and comes back to say
that the tunnel has been blown up
by the enemy. It is reported that
Guildford and all the villages around
have been invaded. Families flying
from Guildford describe the bombardment of the town. A part of it
is in flames. The Guildhall is destroyed. Many inhabitants have been
killed. Most of the others have fled
The~man who was going home to
supper wants to set out to find his
wife and children. His friends hold
him baok In spite of his struggles.
"You are mad!" they shout. "Mad!"
. . He has no supper at home
that night. His supper and his home
have been burnt to cinders. ' For
weeks he advertised in the papers
for the whereabouts of his wife .and
babies. Nobody can tell him. He
I does not know whether thpv are dead
or alive. v
Everyday Tragedies.
There are thousands of such cases
in Prance. I have seen this very tragedy only yesterday—a man weeping
for his wife and children swallowed
up  inlu the unknown, after the de-
Skeena Land District — District of
Coast, Range 5.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Geoffrey
Francis Monckton, intend to apsly
for a licence to prospect for coal and
petroleum on the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted one mile so«th of the south-
wast corner of H. McLean's No. Is
claim, being about 1 1-2 miles north
orthe Beaver River and 3 miles west
of the Cedar River; thence south 80
chains, theace east 80 chains, thence
north 8G chains, thence west 80
chains, to the point of commencement, containing 640 acres, to be
known as G. F. Monckton's No. 11
claim.
GEOFFREY FRANCIS  MONCKTON,
Locator.
Located August 21st. 1914.        olO
Skeena Land District—District of
Skeena, Coast R. !V.
TAKE NOTICE that William A.
Kerr, "of Vancouver, B.C., occupation
..aborer, intends to apply for per-
nissinn to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted en the ei'.st side of Ihe mouth
of the Inlet on the north side of Fin
Island, thonce east about 60 chains
to the beach, thence about 80 chains
In a north-easterly direction, thence
Travel's Beach back to point of commencement, containing about ?,'•
acres more or less.
WILLIAM A.  KERR.
.1.   P.   Meehan,   Agent.
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liritish   Columbia   Conference; Rev. J. F. Diinmick, Pastor.
Prince Rupert, B.C., April 9, 1914.
MR. HARRY HANSON,
"The Reliable Plumber," Prince Rupert. B.C.;
Dear Sir,—I have great pleasure in certifying CO -')" excellent -ot
water and heating system that you installed in our parsonage <-.'id
that after si* months of operaton through the winter months It lias
given every satisfaction.
The system beats a thirty-gallon tank of water to boiling lenaper-
ature in one hour after the fire ha3 been started; it in no way interferes with the oven for baking purposes. In addition to this the
wall radiator which you placed in dining room and connected with
the range boiler has given us splendid satisfaction, supplying us
with ample heuting thrnughou the winter, saving us the cost of a
stove and fuel. I most heartily testify to the satisfaction and efficiency of your system ami gladly recommend it.
Sincerely yours,
iSigned)   I REV.) .1. F. DIMMICK.
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HARRY HANSON
THE   RELIABLE   PLl'MBEB
For Ilie  Best  in  Plumbing and Healing Plume   189,
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1914.
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g on   the   doorsteps of, , ,. ., structlon of Fives, near Lille. A new-
1 I the  long columns  ol    retreating   in-.
habitants from a litlle town deep in
burn babe was expected. On the first,
none,  slecpln
shuttered houses and under the poor
shelter of overhanging  cables.
a    wooded   valley   below
The Sail Long Lists. Iwhere  German   guns   are   vomiting
At the present time in ihis part of their shrieking shrapnel.
France  there are  thousands of bus-;     Imagine  such  a  case  in   England.
bands who have lost their wives and! A   man  leaves  bis  office  in    London |     There are many villages in France
children,  thousands  of  families  who I ami   takes  the   train    to   Guildford   today around Lille and Armentieres
lij.e been divided hopelessly  in the where  his    wife   and    children    are  St. Omer and Aire, Amiens and Ar-
wild confusion of these retreats from waiting  supper   for  him.    At    Wey-  ras, and over a'wide stretch of coun-
a brutal soldiery.  They  have  disap-1 bridge  the  train  comes  to   a   dead (Continued on Page Four.)
. ...  i clay of life it. would receive a bap-
■ tism  of fire.  Who  can  tell  this  distracted   man   whether the mother 'or
■child lives?
Skeena   Land   District — District of
Caaslnr.
TAKE NOTICE mat Seth Varcoe,
Rapid City, .Man., occupation
Farmer, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted on east bank of Blackwater
River, one mile south from junction
of Blackwater and Naas rivers;
thence east. SO chains, thence north
80 chains, thence west 80 chains,
thence south SO chains to place of
commencement.
SETH  VARCOE.
Dated  15th  August,  1014.      o7
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AND A COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDERS' SUPPLIES
WESTHOLME LUMBER CO., LTD.
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Skeena Land District — Dislrict of
Coast, Range 6.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Geoffrey
F. Monckton, intend to apply for a
licence to prospect for coal and* petroleum 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. S
claim, being about 1 1-2 miles north
of the Beaver River and 4 miles
west of the Cedar River; thence 80
chains east, thence north SO chains,
thence west 80 chains, thence south
80 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, 1014.      o16
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For the Household
Delivered to your kitchen
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Budweiser
175,000,000 Bottles Yearly
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, SO chains west of Inlet,
thence south 80 chains, thence east
80 chains, thence north about 35
chains, thence Tracers Inlet to the
most northerly point, thence west
about SO chains to point of commencement, containing 640 acres
morS or less.
WILLIAM   A.   PRESTON.
J.  P.  Meehan, Agent.
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That was the demand for Budweiser last
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The Anheuscr-Biisch Plant covers today
more than 142 acres —equal «o 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.
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Some of tlir Principal
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Skeena   Land  District — District of
Coast, Range 5.
TAKE. NOTICE that I, Philip
Chesley, intend to apply for a licence
to prospect for coal and petroleum
on the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
half a mile north of the Beaver
River and 4 1-2 .Jiiiles west of the!
Cedar River; thence west 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains, thence east
80 chains, thence north 80 chains to
ce point of commencement, contain-'
ing C40 acres, .to be known as P.
Chesley's Xo.  11 claim.
PHILIP CHESLEY, Locator.
Located  August 20th, 1914.     olOJ
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Prince Rupert, B.C., Phone 811
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'nilfiiiiTli^^-''MgJEr^i3BMro Sunday, December 6,  1914.
PRINCE RUFBRT J0UHNA1
GOVERNMENT WEATHER
REPORT.
Furnished  by  I'.   W.    Howling.
For 14 hours ending 5 p.m.
December  5.
Bar. redi ced to    .        -..-'. .   ,29.988
Highest tempers! lire    3S
Lowest temperature 2~,
WHAT    INVASION.
i Continued   from  Page  Three.)
ANGLICAN   BAZAAR.
(Continued  from  Pace One.
Mrs. Jennings, assisted by Hie young
people.
Tea room- Mrs. Cambie, convenor,
assisted by Mrs. Craig, Mrs. Gil-
more, and members of the Girls'
Auxiliary. Mrs. Du Vernet poured
tea and the tables were most attractively arranged.
The kitchen was in charge of Mrs
Duncan, assisted by Mrs. Adams
Mrs.   Wright  and   Mrs.   Sinniill.
Mrs. Uix and Mrs. linns welcomed the visitors and did much towards
promoting a cordial atmosphere.
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PROVINCE'S.
(continued   from   Page  One.)
Brewery, R. C. Milling & Mining
Company, and Columbia & Kootenay
Steam Navigation Company,
In 18S8 he was elected to the
House of Commons for Yale-Cariboo
and sat until 1890. His wife is a
daughter of Joseph Loewen, of Victoria. Of late Mr. and Mrs. Barnard
have travelled extensively abroad in
the interest of Mr. Barnard's health.
Tiie useful present for Christmas;
a comfortable chair or rockerj special Christmas prices nt   George   I),
Tile's. cin
try in  Artols and PIcardy,  where in
spite  of all   weariness,  women    who
lie down beside their sleeping   babes
i
can find no sleep for themselves. For
who can say what Ihe night will
bring forth? Perhaps a patrol of
Uhlans, t,-!io shoot peasants like babbits as they run across the fields, and
who demand wine, and more wine
until in the madness of drink they
begin to burn and destroy for mere
lust of ruin. So it was at Senlis, at
Crepy-en-Valois, and last week ln
.many little villages in tbe region
through which I have lately passed
li js never possible to tell the enemy's next move. Ills cavalry comes
riding swiftly far from the main
lines of Ihe hostile troops, and owing to the reticence of official news
the Inhabitants of a town or village
find themselves engulfed in the tide
of 1mlfle .before they guess their
danger. They are trapped by the
sudden tearing up of railway lines
and blowing up of bridges, as I was
nearly' I rapped a day or two ago
when the Germans cut a line a few
hundred yards ftway from my train.
If I had passed that few hundred
yards len minutes earlier I should
have been caught in the trap like
scores of poor people who are now
without any way of escape.
Yet the terror is as great when no
Germans are seen, and no shells
heard. It is enough that they are
coming. They have been reported—
often falsely—across distant hills.
So the exodus begins, and, with perambulators laden with bread and
apples, in any kind of vehicle—-even
in  a  hearse—drawn by poor   beasts
^GrXoJUL
The Rex all Stores of Canada
CONTRIBUTE TO
The Canadian Patriotic Fund
THE Rexall. Stores of Canada, 100 of the lending Drug Stores
in Canada have unanimously agreed to contribute to the
Canadian Patriotic Fund, FIVE PER CENT, of their total purchases of all lievail Toilet Goods. Uexall Remedies and other merchandise manufactured or sold by he- United Drug Company. Limited,
Toronto, from October   15th   o December 31st, iilli.
This action of Ihe Kexall Drug Stores of Canada has been
undertaken co-operatively, because as a co-operative organization, they realize a ,-,<, milch more can be done unitedly than individually, and it has been taken for two
reasons—to fulfill a humane duty in raising a fund for the
relief work of the Canadian Patriotic Organization, and a
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Rexall Store Fund tor the Canadian Patriotic Organization work a big one,
Tin- Fund will be eolleci? from each Rexall Store In Canada by tin- United Drug Oompany, Limited, Toronto, and
will be paid by them ilreci in ilie officers of Hie Canadian Patriotic Organisation, and the amount bo collected
will be published Iii this 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
The Morning Journal
50 cents per Month
to bad for army requisitions, ladies
of quality leave their chateaux and
drive in ihe throng with peasant
women from white-washed 'cottages.
j Perhaps in a little while both the
chateaux and the cottage will be
buried in the same heap of ruins.
In the Track   of the Invaders.
In a we-ek or two perhaps the enemy is beaten back, and then the
most hardy of the townsfolk return
"home." I have seen some of them
going home —at" Senlis, at Crepy,
and other places. They come back
doubtful of what they will find, but
soon they stand stupefied in front of
some charred timbers which were
once their house. They do not weep
but Just stare In a dazed way. They
pick over the ashes and find burnt
bits of formei treasures—the baby's
cot, the old grandfather's chair, the
parlor clock. Or they go into houses
still standing neat and perfect, and
Snd that some Insanity of rage has
smashed up all I heir household, as
though baboons had been at play or
fighting through the rooms. The
chest of drawers has been looted or
its contents tumbled out upon the
floor. Broken glasses, bottles, jugs,
are mixed up with a shattered violin, the medals of a grandfalher who
fought in '70, the children's broken
toys, clothes, foodstuff, and picture
frames. I have seen such houses after the arriving and going of the
German  soldiers.
Ruin and death come with this
invasion. In the war zone there is
no safety. Sixty miles or more from
the German lines hostile aeroplanes
skim through the sky, dropping
bombs over quiet villages. Yesterday^ not far from where I write these
words, a woman went out with her
baby to speak with a neighbor. A
moment later the mother and child
were both lying dead in the roadway. A German aviator had passed
in the clouds.
Your Christmas Gift
Question Solved
Not Ready foi* Peace,
Washington, Dec. 5. — Henry
White, former ambassador lo
France and who recently returned
from Germany, discussed the European situation with President Wilson.
"Europe is not ready for peace
yet," said .Mr. White.
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Geo. D. Tite's, The Home Furnisher
USEFUL PRESENTS
LEATHER CHAIRS and ROCKERS, many handsome designs
Library Tables, Parlor Tables in Fumed, Golden,
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6 ig Discount of 20 per cent, on these lines for Xmas Buyers
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For every $2.00 cash purchase during December entitles
holder to double cknee for Brass Bed, value $75.00
and Genuine Wilton Carpet, value $60.    See Window.
Suggestions for Xmas Buyers
LADIES' DESKS in fumed oud,   Early   English
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Indian  Leather, Tapestry   and   Cretonne   Cushions,  from   Si! up to $10
Oak Pedestals and Ottomans,   Sectional    Bookcases.
Just Arrived
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i
NOTICE OK   DISSOLUTION OP
PARTNERSHIP.
TAKE NOTICE that ihe partnership heretofore existing between
Robert J. D. Smith and Alfred ,1.
.Mailed, carrying on business as
plumbers and heating engineers under the firm name of "Smith & Maf*
iett" 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.
i-'es of the said firm and to whom all
Hi-counts due to the said firm are payable.        •
Hated this nineteenth day of November, Nineteen Hundred and Fourteen.
ROBERT ,7.   D.   SMITH.
ALFRED J,   IUAIJ.ETT.
DAVID C. STUART,   witness   as   to
both parties. 4wd2
New Wellington
Coal
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GEO, D. TITE,   The Quality Home Furnisher
Phone 20 Prince Rupert
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WINDSOR    HOTEL
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HOTEL  CENTRAL
First Ave   and Seventh St.
European  aid   American   Plant
$1.00 to $2.50 Per Day
Peter  Mark,  Prop.
KNOX HOTEL
First     Ave.    Between    Eighth    and
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European  Piun;   Kates  .10c to $1.00
Per Day
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Phone 11C
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Third  Ave.  Between Sixth and
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PI i one  102
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Successors to   Pacific   Transfer   Co
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Office.  Corner .'Ird Ave.  and  2nd Si
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CARTAGE AND STORAGE
PHONE 03.
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litside Oiders Promptly Attended To
PHONE BLUE 250
CHW«W1WHW»<HKHKH«HWKHKHKBW
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GUARANTEED
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5   WE   WANT   YOP   TO   KNOW
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O They stood the test when all
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They are GUARANTEED for
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Our Free Offer
To every one sending ub 60c
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will send, subject to duty, absolutely  free:
Tnree paii's of our famous
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Three pairs of our Ladles'
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DON'T DELAY—-Offer expires when dealer in your locality is selected. Give color
and size desired.
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21  Blttner Street
Ohio      |^|      I'.S.A.
• Phone 99
Stand:    Hotel    Prince    Rupert
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11     THE ROYAL CAFE
g   has     initiated     a     system   of
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each   day
PRICE 35 CENTS
Service in keeping with   standard    established    by    popular
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Launchmen! See To Your Lights!
Launch  Electric  Lighting  Sets at prices that will pay
men lo investigate, The
power-boat
SAFE OMIT BOXES
For Rent
REASONABLE   RATES
THE
Continental Trust
Company
CELEBRATED FULLER STORAGE BATTERIES
Switchboards and Instruments,   Dynamos,     Lumps    ami     Fittings,
Large new stock of STANDARD GAS ENGINE PARTS for engines up to 50 h.p. Complete ngines In stock or to order. Standard
ami Columbian Propellers; To in Bronze Shafting, Bronze Marino
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WATEHEHONT . PRINCE       RUPERT
Agents for   British    Kromhoiit Semi-Diesel   Engines

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