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VOL. IV.
PRINCE   RUPERT,  B.C., FRIDAY,  AUGUST   28,   1914.
Price 5 Cents.
N0.   237.
MAJOR GEN. FRENCH IS SATISFIED
RUSSIANS CONTINUE IN THEIR ADVANCE
G
Sti
erman oteamer
Is Destroyed
The Armed Merchantman Kaiser
WilhelmderGrosse Has Been Sunk
By The British H.M.S. Highflyer
London, Aug. 27.—Hon. Winston
Churchill announced in the House
«t Commons today that the Admiralty had received intelligence that the
German armed merchant cruiser
Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse, 14,000
tons, armed with ten 4-inch guns,
had been sunk by H. M. S. Highflyer off the West Coast of Africa.
This vessel, which was interfering
with traffic between this country and
the Cape, was one of the very few
German armed auxiliary cruisers
which succeeded in getting   to   sea.
The survivors were landed before
the vessel sunk. The Highflyer had
one killed and three wounded in the
engagement.
 o- —
THE EDZUMO CARRIES
HEAVY ARMAMENT
Japanese Warship Xow on the Coast
Has Main Battery of Four
8-liicli Guns.
The Idzumo, the Japanese battle
cruiser which is causing much interest by reason of her movements on
the Pacific Coast, and which left
San Francisco a few days ago for an
unknown destination, was the flagship of Admiral Kamimura's squadron during the Russo-Japanese war.
The Idzumo was built in England
in 1889, is 434 feet iong, with a
draft of 24 feet, has a speed of 22
knots, and is armored with a complete belt of Krupp steel seven Inches
thick, tapering to three and one-half
inches at the ends.
Her armament includes four 8-
inch guns, fourteen 6-inch quick-firing guns, twelve 12-pounders, six
smaller guns and four torpedo-tubes
The principal officers of the Idzumo, in addition to Captain Mori-
yama, who figured with distinction
during the Russo-Japanese war, are
Commander Mastlda, Lleut.-Com-
manders Takenonchl, Tanikawa and
Suzuki, and Lieutenants Cliihaya
V'amagata, Tosomada, Ikeda ana
Mlyoshi.
MORGAN   FIRM   WILL
NOT LEND TO PRANCE
J. P. Morgan Announces   Tluit  Company Will Be Cuidded by Government's   Wishes.
It is safe to say that there will be
no war loan made by any banking
house of this country to any one of
the belligerent nations of Europe,
says a New York despatch; in a
word, that America's money will not
cross the seas to help the fighting
nations wreck themselves or each
other to a greater extent than their
own resources will permit.
The banking house of J. P. Morgan put itself on record to this effect
through Mr. Morgan himself. He said
that President Wilson's opposition
to any war loans as made known on
Saturday through the Secretary of
(Continued  on   Page   Four.)
Monuments On Field Of Waterloo Where
Another Mighty Conflict May Be Fought
Russian Advance
Into Germany
All Along The Frontier The Czar's
Forces Are Winning Victory Over
The Opposing Forces Making Way
Into The Territory Of The Kaiser
FLOUR MILLS UP ALBERTA WILL
NOW GRIND ON  SUNDAYS
Britain's Necessity for Staff of   Life
Must Be Met—No  Fiats Will
Be  Issued.
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Here are pictured two of the r(aliments erected on the battlefield
of Waterloo, where, more than 100 ;pars ago, Napoleon ,>-as defeated by
the combined armies of the German and English Another conflict may
even now be in progress on this same field with tbe same nations participating, only this time the French and English are lined up against
the Germans.
ROSEATE VIEW IS TAKEN BY
MARSHALL SIR JOHN FRENCH
The German Advances In France Were Not Defeats But Fvacuations Were
Decided Upon By the Allies Early In the Week-Tribute Paid By Field
Marshall To The Mettle Shown By The French Troops And Officers
St. Petersburg, Aug. 57.—It is officially announced in St. Petersburg
that the Russian advance is proceeding in Prussia with irresistible force.
The Germans have retreated to Os-
terode.
The following is an official communication made at St. Petersburg:
"Our offensive movement, both ln
East Prussia and In Oalicia In Austria is developed. Following the increasing success of August 2',, the
Germans hastily retreated everywhere towards Konigsburg and AI-
lenstein.
"It is officially announced that the
Russians occupied Tilsit in Galicia.
Our troops are marching on Lem-
| berg.
"In approaching that city   quickly
our    cavalry    pursued    the    enemy
Use Home Pbidnnta   that's "Can- everywhere on our line of   advance
ada First Crean  "                          jy28|and   frequently    were   engaging   the
 lAiistritins, who each time w:ere beaten and  routed." il
Edmonton, Aug. 27.—Claiming
that the necessity for flour which the
war situation creates is one that
must be met if Great Britain is to
suoceed, th<- flour millers of Alberta
have come to the attorney-general's
department with a request that they
be allowed to operate flour mills in
this province on Sunday. The attorney-general has given his promise
mat no flats would be issuer] so long
as the acute situation exists.
LOBSTERS   Id  BE T"
AGAIN ON
HL'S  COAST
SINK   BY  A  MINE,
* London,    Aug.   27.—A   Nor- •
* wegian steamer was destroyed in *
* the   North    Sea   by   a   floating *
* mine. Eight lives were lost. »
London, Aug. 27.—It is stated the
British marines occupied Ostend to
prevent the Germans getting a foothold on the English Channel. From
both sea and land come official reports which are considered promis
ing in their augury for the   future
The German transatlantic liner
Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse, one oi
the few German armed merchantmen
harrying Britain's trade routes, was
sunk off the African coast by the
British  cruiser Highflyer.
Prom the Continent, Field Marshal Sir John French, commander-
in-chief of the British expeditionary force, Is able to set at rest much
or the anxiety caused In flrltaln by
* the vagueness or the French official
statements regarding the movements
ol  the armies  in  the  locality  where
tribute  to the mettle ot the  French iserving a national independence been    —
allies.
British  Did  Well.
London, Aug. 27.—Premier Asquith announced in the House oi
Commons that Major-Gen. French
had reported. It was to ,the effect
that yesterday, the British-army was
engaged    against    superior   German
more bravely p 'Kvowledged, never
more strenuously or more heroically
discharged than during the last
week by the Belgtan King and the
Belgian people. They have fa.-od
without flinching, ujrainst almost incalculable odds, devastation, spoliation and outrage, and won for them-
PRINCE RUPERT'S
REAL DISCOVERER
forces,    The  British < troops   fought selves  immortal   glory, We are proud
splendidly. *&,•>, or their alliance.
General    French    considered    the      "In the name of the United King-
prospects for the pending battle satisfactory. Premier Asquith added
thai General French speaks in high
lerins of the quality anil III" efficiency
or the regular troops and their of-
ficers.
IT WAS MR. JOHNSON WHO FIRST
BROUGHT  LOCATION  TO
ATTENTION.
Historic Character   Nov*  Lies   in (lie
Hospitul as li -ult of Encounter
Wiih Hear.
dom and the Whole Empire we as
sure them that they may count to There lios in the Prlnci lln;'"rt
the end on our whole-hearted and|General Hospital, Mr, J linson, of
unfailing support.' Kltsumkalum, who is suffering from
he effect-;  of  an   encounter   with   a
i li i iinueil no Page Three
A Suitable Site for   Propagating   Is
Believed to Have Been Found
by Expert,
A. H. Klugh, M.A., of Queen's
University, Kingston, Ont., has just
completed a visit to points on Vancouver Island in order to ascertain
the possibilities for establishing a
suitable habitat for lobsters. Ills
mission is said to have been successful, and a shipment of lobsters
from the Atlantic Coast Is promised
in the autumn.
Mr. Klugh, who is working In con.
nection with biological stations of
Canada, under the Marine and Fisheries Department, slates that so far
as the sardine Industry Is concerned
the Department has reached no definite conclusion,
Niimur Captured,
Points  n
Paris,   Aug.
i    Evacuated.
.—a i..'ch   re-
Antwerp, Auc,. 27
forts have fallen, i
ports received bere.
All tho N.'iinui
ordlng   in  re-
Reported Slaughter At
Malines
Message to Belgium.
(in Premier Asqulth's motion, the occupied Lille, it' ibalx and Valencl
House  adopted  an  address  to   King ennes  in    France.    These   towns    of I
ih" Krhi:"  '"n"s ;"'*' " " '"   "" George praying hi,,, to convey to the Lille, Roubalx and  Valenciennes arej
King of Belgium the Parliament's I close to the Belgian frontier. The!
admiration of Belgium's heroic re- Ostend correspondent of the Express
slstance of the German invasion,
Premier Asquith and Bonar Law.
the leader of the opposition, each
paid a tribute to the Belgian bravery. The House adopted the motion
with enthusiasm.
celved from Ostend   ays tiie Jermans at^uitHta<HjHOOH>o<H>ooooa<io<)ooaooooooooaoQOOaoooooaoao<tooii
operating. The despatch takes a very
roseate view of the prospects of the
battle now  In  progress and  pays a
WU1 Defend to last.
In moving the address, Premier
Asquith said: "We do not repent our
decision of engaging In this war. The
issue is one that no great nation.
without undying shame, would have
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London, Asg. 27'.—A terrible battle is raging at Malines. The
dead bodies are piled six feet high. The greater part of Malines has
been destroyed by the Belglare themselves, who blew up a part of
the town for the purpose of using the guns effectively. The population fled to Antwerp,
quotes a Belgian officer to the effect
that It was decided last Monday not
to defend Lille.
On Tuesday the Matin published a
proclamation announci.r the evacuation by the French troc  ;,
Cruiser Sunk;.
London,    Aug.    27,-^-A    German
cruiser, according to report, has been :
V
sunk  in  the  Baltic,  The   disaster  Is j
ascribed to a mine.
NOTICE!
NEW REGIMEMT
LISTS HAVK BEEN OPENED AT PECK, MOORE * (Ws
OFFICE, THE GOVERNMENT OFFICE AND THE POLICE
STATION TO RECEIVE APPLICATIONS FROM THOSE
WHO WISH TO JOIN THE NEW REGIMENT OF MILITIA
THAT IS TO ilk FORMED HERE,
C.   W.   DECK.
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prince isupett journal
Telephone  138
O. H. NELSON, Editor.
Office:     128 Third Avenue   .East,
•ar McBride Street. Telephone 138.
fostofflce  Box  607.
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Monday. Delivered by carrier ln the
eity at the following ra j, if paid in
advanc;:—
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Six   Months J2.50
Three   Months $1.26
One   Month SO.60
WEEKLY EDITION.
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Rupert at $2.00 a year, addressed to
lioihts hi Canada; or $3.00 a year to
all points In the United Xin'sdom,
the United StateB or other ioreign
countries.
Advertising  Rates  I'pon Application.
PRINCE   RUPERT   JOURNAL
Friday,   August    28    11)14.
GERMANY'S  DIPLOMATIC
FAILURE.
It was the constant aim of Bismarck, the author of the Triple Alliance, to preserve friendly relations
between Germany and Russia. That
he has had no successor as a statesman is proved by the formation in
recent times of the Dual Alliance
between France and Russia, and later by the inclusion of Great Britain
in a Triple Entente. German statesmen have been outflanked by France
and, through British diplomacy, ensnared in a web of ententes and alliances. Germany has lost the first
move in the game by her weak
diplomacy, says the Toronto Globe
In 1879 Bismarck laid the foundations of the Triple Alliance by a
treaty with Austria-Hungary. In
1883 Italy joined it. But, while remaining loyal td the Triple Alliance
Bismarck never lost an opportunit)
to promote a good understanding
between Berlin and St. Petersburg,
and bitterly reproached his successor for the events that led up to tin
Franco-Russian alliance. He regarded ilie Dual Alliance as a great
strengthening of France's position
among the powers, and one which
added materially to the difficulties
confronting German policy. That he
was right in his estimate events have
proved. In her rapid transition to
an International policy Germany has
had to advance warily, knowing that
her ambitions could only be realized
by the creation In days of peace of
a powerful navy strong enough to
give her a commanding place in the
councils of the great powers. What
the word mistook for a love of peace
for peace's sake has proved to be
the wisdom of the serpent—the prudent restraint ol German statesmanship while treading the narrow way
toward world-power. The German
fleet had to be built with an eye to
British policy. Will Germany's forty
years of preparation go for naught?
Will her world-policy be frustrated
by the destruction of her fleet and
the defeat of her nrmies? For Imperial Germany it is the hour of destiny.
On  what does she rely for success
in this campaign? Her fleet is outclassed, and her diplomacy has failed to weaken the Triple Entente or
to maintain intact the Triple Alliance. The attitude of Italy toward
her allies reveals the weakness oi
the superstructure on which German
diplomacy based her international
policy. If the Triple Alliance means
anything it resolves itself into a
combination tor the maintenance of
the balance of power In Europe. Yet,
In the hour when this balance is
threatened by open conflict, Italy obdurately resists every appeal to take
her stand beside her allies. Her excuse, that the war is one of aggression on the part of Austria-Hungary
discloses the weak link in tl.e triple
chain. The Italian memory or Austrian domination is still strong. Like
the Servians, tl ! Italians have not
forgotten that a million of their com
patriots are under the rule of the
Hapsburgs. The struggle for the con-
itrol of the Adriatic keeps alive the
; animosity that exists between tbe
two countries. The defection of Italy
is a serious blow to Germany.
It has been said that the Germans
are good lighters but bad politicians.
German ambitions rest on no solid
foundation. With Russia on her
flank, Italy neutral, and Britain, to
her last man and ship, ready to
strike at German autocracy, it cannot be said by the best friend of the
fatherland that German statesmen
have shown wisdom or foresight in
the diplomatic entanglements into
which they have drawn their country.
Skeena Land District — District of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Wilfred C.
Macdonald, of Prince Rupert, B.C.,
occupation Prospector, intends to apply for permission to prospect for
coal and petroleum over the following described lands: Commencing at
a post planted about six miles east
and two miles north of the northeast
corner of C.L. 9484, thence south
SO chains, theuce east 80 chains,
tnence north SO chains, thence west
SO chains to point of commencement
containing 640 acres more or less.
auG    WILFRED C   MACDONALD.
Date  located   June  12,   1914.
Skeena Land  District — District of
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that 60 days after
date I intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands for a licence
lo prospect for coal, petroleum and
natural gas as follows: Commencing
at a post planted at. the northeast
corner Of Lot 4 Moresby Island and
marked A.J.G.'s southeast corner
thence north SO chains, thence west
80 chains, thence south 80 chains,
thence east SO chains to point of
commencement. Located June 22nd,
1914.
Phone 300 F. O. Box 1635
Harrison W. Rogers
ARCHITECl
Suite 1
Federal Bldg
Prince Rupert, B.C.
IMPERIAL MACHINE WORKS
Engines   Instated   and  General
Repairs
Oxy-Acetylene Plant   in   Connection
Phone Red 150
Third Avenue
J. fl. HILDITCH
Contractor and Buildei
Estimates given on till classes ol
work, whether small or large. Pei<
tonal attention given to every item
PHONH GREEN 321
FREDERICK PETERS, K.C.
J.
au2
GORDON,   Locator.
A. Cromp, Agent.
Skeena   Land   District  — District of
Queen  Charlotte islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Wilfred C.
Macdonald, of Prince Rupert, B.C.,
occupation Prospector, Intends to apply for permission to prospect for
coal and petroleum over the following described hinds: Commencing at
a post, planted about two miles east
and two miles south of the southeast
corner of C.L. 9484, thence south
80 chains, theace east 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains, thence w<ist
89 chains to point of commencement,
containing 640 a ores more or less.
au6     WILFRED C.  MACDONALD.
Date located June 8, 1914.
TIMISKIt   SALE.
Sealed tenders wlll be received by
the District Forester not later than
noon on the 6th day of September,
1914, for the purchase of the following quantities of saw  logs:
34,6»8 F. R, M., at an upset price
• t $4.60 per M;
62,811 F. B. M.
of $4.75  per M;
37,.ri91   F. B. M.
of $6.00 per Mi
131,601 F. B. M
of   $6.00  per  M;
156,011 F. B. M.
of  $4.50 per M.
Particulars of 11. S. Irwin, District
'.Kw«i»u*ip4<j-.iuce Rupert, B.C. i u.'Tsw
at an upset price
at an upset price
, at an upset price
. at an upset price
ARMAGEDDON.
When we realize that all hope is
over, and that the long peace has irrevocably passed—when the nations
sit in the darkness of the eclipse
and await the storm of the destruction—thought cannot measure the
dimensions of what Is occurring and
language cannot express it, says a
London exchange. We can only remember, as men have always done,
in the opening of the great wars
the dread visions of the Apocalypse
The seventh angel poured out into
the air the last vial of the wrath
and the voice out of the temple of
Heaven cried, "It is done." There
were more voices and thunders and
lightnings and an earthquake, such
as was not since men were upon the
earth; and the cities of the nations
fell. The Kings of the earth went
forth and the armies of the whole
world gathered them together on
that great day, and there was heard
the sound of their'marching towards
the place called Armageddon. The
rider on the pale horse appeared
above the heads of the peoples and
his vesture was dipped in blood.
Nearer than all our poor literal
words come these ancient parables
and prophecyings to express the
realities that even now are happen-
ng around us, and the stupendous
catastrophes that must smite the
world, the life and happiness of its
human millions and the whole fabric
of its civilization, while these moments foretell the crash of the modern system of Europe with the passing of peace.
Skeena Land District — District of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that 60 days after
date I intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands for a licence
to prospect for coal, petroleum and
natural gas as follows: Commencing
at a post planted at the southeast
corner ef Lot 4 Moresby Island and
marked A.J.G.'s northwest corner;
thence south 88 chains, thence east
80 chains, thence north 80 chains,
thence west 80 chains to point of
commencement. Located June 22,
1914.
A.  J.   GORDON,  Locator.
au2 A. Cromp, Agent.
Skeena Land  District — District of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAK*1 NOTICE that W, J. Sanders, of Vancouver, B.C., occupation
Miner, intends to apply for permission to prospect for coal and petroleum over the following described landu: Commencing at a post
planted two miles north of the S.E.
cor. of S.T.L. 2532, thence south 80
chains, thence west 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains, thence east. 80
chains to point of commencement,'
containing 640 acres more or less.
WILLIAM JOHN SANDERS.
Agent, William P. Sloan.
Date loaated 6th June, 1914. Jy31   .,
GRANITE
tRANITB  ef best tuaMtf a*d  tfcer-
engfcly tested  for sal*
•wl  Wtonc or Otwhed   Retk  lm
Qoaatitiea
Nim, J. MAIWll   Phone Qreea SIT
Skeena Land District — District of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Thomas P.
O'Farrell, of Vanoouver, B.C., occupation Miner, intends to apply for
permission to prospect for coal aud
petroleum over the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted 40 chains north cf the S.W.
cor. Lot 2451, thence west 160
chains, thence south 40 chains,
thence east 160 ohains, thence north
40 chains to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
THOMAS   P.   O'FARRELL.
Agent, William Porteous Sloan.
Date located  3rd June,  1914.    jy31
Skeena Land District — District of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Wilfred C.
Macdonald, of Prince Rupert, B.C.,
occupation Prospector, intends to apply for permission to prospect for
coal and petroleum over the following described lands: Commencing at
a post planted about six miles east
of the northeast corner of C.L. 9484,
thence south 80 chains, thence east
0 chains, thence north 80 chains,
thence west 80 chains to point of
commencement, containing 640 acres
more or less.
au6    WILFRED C. MACDONALD.
Date  located  June  12,  1914.
hrt'ster, Solicitor and Notary Pubr
Office ln
EXCHANGE BLOCK
DR. GILROY, DENTIST
Crown and Bridge Work a
Specialty
Office: Smith Blk., Third Avenne
G.T.P. S.S. SAILINGS
TO VANCOl'\ ER AND VICTORIA, making connections for Seattle, Tuesday    9    p.m.,    September  1,  15, etc.
TO MASSET,   ETC., August  26,    September    9
etc.,  10 p.m.
TO  SKIDEGATE,   QUEEN CHARLOTTE  CITY,   ETC.,  August  27
September 10, etc., 10 p.m.
TO GRANBY AND   STEWART—Monday,
week    thereafter.
August   24,    and    even-
Passenger trains   leave   Prince   Rupert,   eastbound,   on   Mondays,
Wednesdays and  Saturdays at  10 a.m.;   returning, arrive   Prince
Rupert on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays at 5:15 p.m.
Use the Grand Trunk Railway System for points east of   Chicago
the  Double-track   Route.
ALBERT  DAVIDSON       General    Agent
The G.T.P. Ticket Office Phone 260
AGENCY   ALL   ATLANTIC   STEAMSHIP    LINES.
i.   W.   POWER.   L.R.I.B.A.
ARCHITECT    AND   STRCCTURAUt
ENEINEBR
Re-inforced Concrete a Specialty
P. O. Box 271
A. FAULDS, MI. HE.
Consulting Mining Engineer
Examinations and  development    of
Coal, Metal, Oil, etc.
709 Dunsmnii St.       Vancouver, E O.
Canadian Pacific Railway
SUMMER EXCURSIONS! SUMMER EXCURSIONS!
Prince Rupert io Montreal and
Toronto " 	
St.  Paul " 	
Chicago " 	
New York " 	
Other points correspondingly low. Effective June 1,
limit October 31.
"PRINCESS   ROYAL" Southbound, 8 p.m., Sunday.
3. G. McNAB, General Agent, cor. Third Ave. and   Fourth Street.1
return 1141.00
"     128.01
      96.00
"     108.50
    144.50
return
final
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—THE—
Union Transfer Co.
GENERAL TRANSFER AND   COAL
We  carry the   ROYAL   MAIL   and
meet all boats and trains.   We
are the only outnt in town
that    give    day    and
night   service.
Office Phone 86 Res. Phone 110
William T. House
B. C. LAND SURVEYOR
215
Second  .-.ve.
P. O. Box 518
Phone  13
Skeena Land District — District of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Wilfred C.
Macdonald, of Prince Rupert, B.C.,
occupation Prospector, intends to apply for permission to prospect for
coal and petroleum ove- the following described lands: Commencing at
a post planted about five miles east
of the southeast corner of Lot 2438,
thence north 80 cains, thence east
80 chains, thence south 80 chains,
thence west 80 chains to point of
commencement, containing 640 acres
more or less.
au6    WILFRED C. MACDONALD.
Date located June 9, 1914.
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HAYNER BROS
l-ioneer Funeral Directors and
Kiiiliulmer*. Open Day und
Night.     Lndlee'    Assistant    Ir
Attendance
PHONE 88.    710 THIRD AVE.
Prince Rupert, B. C.
P. O. Box 1714 Telepnow *i»
RITCHIE,   AGNEW   It  CO.
Civil Engineers and Surveyors
Prince   Rupert, B.O.
' ,'aterwonXB, Water Power, Wharf
Oeoetraction, Reports, Plans, Dorata-
l«u and Prt-Tlnoial Land Surveying,
Electric Blue Printing, Nnfeatlvee and
White Print*.
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THE UNION STEAMSifr CO. i)F ftC. ftfr
S.S. VENTttftE
Sails for Port  Simpson,  Mi]   Bay, Naas River,   Thursdays;    for
Vancouver,  'Victoria,  "Seattle, every  Friday at  4  p.m.
S.S. CHELOHSIN
Sails  for Granby  Bay, Naas River,  Sunday  midnight;   for  Vancouver, Victoria,  Seattle every Tuesday 9 p.m.
Phone 588 JOHN BARNSLEY, Agant.
Agency   American E press, Atlantic   Steamers
«HWWrtH«HWH»iW«ieww^^
JANES GILMORE
AROHITROT
Second Ave. Near McBride St.
The Queen Charlotte
Oil Fields Limited
oilier  will open today in Law-Butler
Building   for sale of a   limited
amount of treasury stock
GEO.   F.   MACDONALD,    Sec.-Treas.
OCEAN FISH CO.
Fresh Fish Arriving Every Day   ,
Outside Ordeis Promptly Attended Tn
Phone: BLUE 2M
£~Y,tt2c«
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SHINGLES, MOULDINGS, SASH, DOORS
Prince Rupert Lumber Co.
FIRST AVE. AND McBRIDE ST. PRINCE RUPERT
Pbone 25 Branch Yard at Smithers, B.C.
Royal Bank of Canada
HEAD  OFFICE:   MONTREAL ESTABLISHED 1800
Capitol    « 11,560,000
Reserved Fund $ 12,50o!o00
Total    Assets 1)1185,000,000
Savings   Bank    Depaitnent—SI will open an account
Brunches  Throughout  Canada and Banking Connections With   All
Parte of the United States Agents Throughout the World.
H. P. WILSON, Manager        > ■ Prince   Rupert  Branch
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CLEAN OP AND PAINT OP NOW
O-CEBAR   MOPS,   O-CEDAR MOP  POLISH
ALABASTINE SANITARY WALL COATING
WATBR HOSE, GARDEN TOOLS, WATERING CANS
MARTIN-SENOUR    100   PER CENT.   PURE   PAINT
PAINT BRUSHES. LAWN MOWERS AND GRASS SHEARS
0ARPET BEATERS, GARBAGE PAILS
WINBOW SCREENS, SCREEN DOORS
—AT   TUB—
KAIEN HARDWARE CO., eos third a*.
Mmotoom
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Prince Rupert Transfer Co
%p 11;.
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Ctal, Furniture Moving, Baggage
and Heavy Teaming
W. J. CRAWFORD, PfaiMfer
PHONE 566
6«e* and Kailiaaea:
!•*»    THOU)    AVE.
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Friday,   August    2S,   1914.
CLOSING HOUR IN
HOUSE OF COMMONS
MARKED  IIY  THE  MOST   TOUCHING SCENES EVER WITNESSED IN THE HOUSE.
Parly Politics Forgotten,   While the I
Speeches Made   Breathed the
Deepest   Patriotism.
Dr. Clark praised the action of j broke down completely and tears
the Government throughout the pres-! flowed down his cheeks as, speaking
ent crisis. They had met the situation ot the departure of the Canadian
with "energy, wisdom and effective-;troops, he remarked that had Provinces." |dence  dealt  kindlier  with    him,   he
The fact that Canadians   were go- would have had a son at the front,
ing as volunteers was at the bottom (     Sir  George  Foster  closed   with    a
of  the  differences  between   the   two; magnificent speech,  in  which  he  de.
The closing hour of the emergency session of Parliament at Ottawa was marked by the most touching scenes ever witnessed by the
House of Commons, lion. George P.
Graham broke down completely while
referring to the death of his hrilliani
son some two years ago. He added
that if Providence had been kinder
to him, he would have had a son in
this contingent.
Sir George Foster said that he had
never felt so moved as on this occasion, and it was with difficulty that
the veteran statesman could continue
his remarks.
Praised Government.
Dr. Clark, of Red Deer, who has a
son In the Princess Patricia regi
ment, and Sir Robert Borden spoke
with equally deep emotion. The
speeches were made during the hour
In which the House met this afternoon waiting for the Senate to wind
up its business before prorogation
The speeches made, touching as they
were in the extreme, breathed the
deepest patriotism. Party politics, ai
it were, were thrown to the winds
great warring nations, in a brilliant elared the last four days had vindl-
peroration   he   declared:     "In    this cated public and parliamentary   !!'j
tight there can be no let-up, anil the (in Canada,
end,  but   one  end,  victory  for  what]
ate; Gentlemen of the House of
MING CLAIMS OFFICIALS CAME
Commons:   ^^^
In  relieving you  for  the time-be-1
ing   from   the    important   and   re- |
sponsible  duties  to   which  you
LOOKING WELL!
IN BY SPECIAL
is right.'
Speech Prom Throne.
 j    The  House  was   prorogued   with- \
Col.  Hughes  Spoke. lout  Incident by  the Duke   of   Con
Col.   Hughes,  Minister  of   Militia  I naught at 4 o'clock. The speech from
(hanked   Dr.   Clark   for   his   kindly-the throne follows:
references to himself. He was certain
summoned so suddenly and unexpect
edly, 1 commend to the divine pro
taction the people of this Dominion
in the firm belief that the future
will continually grow blighter and
that there will be a favorable and
honorable issue from the war in
which the Empire is now involved,
were;HUDSON  BAY  MOUNTAIN  IS  NO\V|G"   '• ''•   ENGINEERS   TOGElfH-i;
SHOWING   IP  IN GOOD
SHAPE.
Alex.    Miller,    Who    I-    Interesi
There, is Very   Much   minted
Over  Prospects,
that the patriotic utterances came
from his heart, for he was sending
a boy himself to the front. This was
greeted  with loud cheers.
Premier   Borden.
Sir Robert Borden, in briefly replying, said that the Government appreciated to the full the spirit which
had marked the Opposition. Every
member of the Government, during
the trying past two weeks had recog-
Honoreble Gentlemen of   the Sen
ate;  Gentlemen of the House of
Commons:
I thank you for the prompt and
effective consideration which you
have given to measures necessary for
assuring the defence of the count
for considering the interests of our
people, and for maintaining the integrity of the Empire in the present
emergency. It is my fervent hope
and  my  confident anticipation   that
CHANGES  CONTEMPLATED
nized the seriousness of his responsi- |these  measures will  prove adequate
bility and devoted to every action
his best ability and energy. He paid
a tribute to the heroic resistance of
the people of Belgium, and hoped
the Canadian troops would prove as
worthy as the soldiers of Belgium.
Deeply Affected.
Hon. Mr. Graham, speaking with
the deepest emotion, said that they
were now one united whole, fighting
for what they believed was right. He
in every way for the great purposes
which they are designed to fulfill.
Gentlemen of the House of Commons:
I thank you in His Majesty's name
for the liberal provision which you
have made for the needs of the country In the grave conditions which
have arisen through the outbreak of
the war.
Honorable Gentlemen of the Sen-
Alex. Miller, who Is interested in
claims held on  Hudson's Hay Moun
 ^^^^^^^   tain,  near  Smithers,  is  now  in    the
I.N* DIPLOMATIC SERVICE c|tVi He arrived from up the line of
the G. T. P. yesterday and reports
that the claims in which be is Interested are showing up excellently,
Experts who have recently inspected
the property speak in high terms of
it.
The property is a silver-lead one
with high values in gold. All the
samples taken from the lead carry
good gold  values.
The properties are not far from
Smithers and within a mile of the
G. T. P., which makes them V(
valuable.
WITH J. \V. STEWART   ARRIVED  LAST  NIGHT.
British Liberal Party to Take   Mens
ures to Make Service  More
Democratic,
It is asserted there is a strong possibility, if the Liberal party remains
long in power, of measures being
taken to make British diplomats
and army officers more representative of the democracy In abolishing
social tests and paying higher salar
ies to those in the lower grades.
The tradition which now limits appointments in the diplomatic service
to young men from the nobility and
aristocracy, and which requires a
private income of $2,000 has lately
been severely attacked by Liberal
newspapers and reviews, on the
ground that this rule produces a
corps of gilded society butterflies
without ability in practical affairs
The whole British diplomatic service
in fact, has been undergoing a siege
of unfriendly criticisms, not only
from outsiders but its own ranks as
well.
Mr. Arthur Ponsonby, Member of
Parliament, who spent more than
eight years in the diplomatic service
testified before the Royal Commission which has been investigating
the service, that at some posts, as at
Copenhagen, he often had not more
than half an hour of work a day
and he thought this was a common
experience of men in the smaller embassies and legations.
He declared that most of the
members of the diplomatic service
of other countries had a better education than the English from Eton
and Oxford.
"There Is no profession in which a
woman figures so prominently as ln
diplomacy," he added. "The wife of
a diplomatist is an extremely important person, and under the present
system with its enforced exile our
young diplomatists very often marry
foreigners. In a certain embassy the
wives of the staff consist of two
Italians, one Spaniard, one Swede
and one German, And that is a British embassy."
PRINCE
RUPERT'S
REAL   DISCOVERER
(Continued   rrom   Page  One.)
WINNERS OF CHAMPIONSHIP
IN  BASEBALL  SERIES
The National Biscuit Company Team
Is Making a Good
Record.
Evidently    the    National    Biscuit
I Company,  of  Vancouver,    of    which
p= | George W. Morrow Is a director,   are
£"*=""■
going to carry off the British Columbia amateur championship. They have
cleaned up practically everything offering this season. The following
copied from Vancouver papers, gives
an Idea of tile last game this famous
Itritisli  Columbia team  played:
"In one of the best-played games
Of the series for the city amateur
championship the National Biscuits
'were winners over the Comets In a
six-inning game Inst night at Athletic Park, by a score of 4 to 0. Mi-
Mahon of the Comets made a great
catch of Ballard's fly ln the sixth
Inning, coming In from deep centre
and getting the ball back of short.
Both twlrlers pitched air-tight ball
and the fielding of both teams wai
big league stuff."
Mr,  Morrow would like to Bee arrangements made for the Prince Itu
bear. Mr. Johnson, who is an old
timer in this part of the province
is the real discoverer of Prince Rupert.
The circumstances connected with
his accident have been given previously in The Journal. He was found
In the valley with his arm broken
and other injuries which Indicated
that he had been in conflict with a
bear. The latter had apparently
thought him dead and had accordingly left him.
Mr. Johnson was formerly a resident of Metlakatla and also of Port
Essington. He had lived a long time
in the north before the G. T. P
project took shape. While Prince
Rupert was not known to many In
those days it became well known to
Mr. Johnson, who had a mineral
claim staked in the upper part of
the harbor.
When the G. T. P. began looking
for a location for a harbor to be the
terminus for the railway he at once
from his knowledge of the waters
here, became convinced that this was
the proper place. He made his conviction along this line known to E.
G. Russell and others, and investigation later proved the wisdom of his
selection.
They   Have  Made a   Pinal   Inspection
ul   the  Road   Before  Stalling
Service.
By special train last evening there
arrived In the city B. B. Kelliher,
the chief engineer uf the Q. T. P.;
Mr. Woods, his assistant; C, C. Van-
Arsdol, the divisional engineer, and
.1. W. Stewart, of tbe firm of Foley,
Welsh  &  Stewart.
They reached the city at 10
o'clock last evening in company with
W. C. C. .Mehan, the general superintendent, who met them In the interior. The trip was a sort of final
inspection made by the officials before the opening up of the road to
business. Mr. Stewart has almost
completed his work. now. He was accompanied on the trip by his daughter. |
GREAT COUNTRY
BEHINITTHECITY
NEWSPAPER     REPRESENTATIVE
NOW HERE IS VERY MUCH
IMPRESSED.
E.
Skeena Land District — District nf
Quaen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that 60 days aftnr
date I Intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner uf Lands for a llcenco
to prospeot for coal, petrolnum and
natural gas as follows: Commencing
at a post plantad 1-4 of a mile north
and one mile sast of the northaast
corner of Ixit 4 Moresby Island and
marked A.J.G.'s southeast eorncr;
thance north 80 chains, thtnee want
SO .Imlns, thance south 8t ehains,
thence east 80 chains to point of
commencement. Located June 22,
1914.
A,   J.   GORDON,   Locator.
au2 A. Cromp. Ageut.
A.   Blow   of   Winnipeg   Has   No
Doubt As to Future of Prince     i
Rupert.
Mr. Lett, the publicity representative of the G. T. P., and E. A. Blow,
of the Winnipeg Free Press, who
represents the Western Associated
Press and a line of Important publications, are now ln the city after a
trip made by easy stages over the
line of the G. T. P. Mr. Lett Is a
frequent visitor here. Mr. Blow Is
not so well known in the city.
The latter, however, is more tbWL.
pleased   with  the  city  and  with   the
country through  which  the G. T.  P
passes.  He has   no doubt about tl*
future.
Edmonton, according to Mr. Blow-
is destined to become a great city
It should be one of the greatest in
Canada, Prince Rupert, he says,
should endeavor to get on the most
intimate terms with the prairie city
as it will mean much to this coast
centre.
Of Prince Rupert Itself, he feels
that there Is a grand prospect. The
country between here and Edmonton
is rich in natural resources and he
looks forward to the valleys becom
ing great  producers.
Sl.eena   Land   District   -     District  nf
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Wilfred C.
.Macdonald, of Prince Rupert, B.C.,
occupation Prospector, Intends lo apply foi permission to prospect for
coal and petroleum over the following described lands: Commencing at
a post p'anted about three miles east
of the northeast corner of Lot
2436, thence south SO chains, thence
west SO chains, thence north 80
chains, thence east SO chains to point
of   commencement,   containing   640
acres more or less.
auG     WILFRED C.  MACDONALD.
Date located June 0,  1914.
Skeena  Land  District — District of
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
TAKE  NOTICE   that   Wilfred   C.
Macdonald,  of  Prince  Rupert,   B.C.,
occupation Prospector, intends to apply  for permission  to   prospect   for
coal and  petroleum  over the following described lands:  Commencing at
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      a post planted about  two miles east
lert   team   to meet   his   company's I of the northeast corner of Lot 243S,
team during exhibition week   If tblslthence 80lUh 80 chaln"' thence west
80  chains,  thence  north    80  chains,
can be done. Ithence  east  80  chains  to   point   of
commencement, containing 64(1 acrss
more or lees.
ati6    WILFRED C. MACDONALE.
Hate located Jur* "   191'
ifl*T* ,' Wi.
Skeena  Land  District — District  oi
Coast Range 6.
TAKE NOTICE that William Me-
George Mason, acting as agent for
the Corporation of the City of Prince
Rupert, B.C., of Prince Rupert, B.C.,
occupation Civil Engineer, Intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands: Commenr-
llug at a post planted at a corner on
the western boundary, which corner
is the north-east corner of I<ot 1.186,
Skeena Land Dislrict, Coast Range S, ''
thence south 20 chains, thence oast
l"i chains, thence north ."0 chains,
thence south-west 4u chains, thence
cast 13.279 chains lo point of commencement.
CORPORATION OP THE CITT   OF
I'll INCE RUPERT.
I Agent I, William McGeorge Manna.
2f.th July, 1914. au5
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•tare, August 11 t»M
Oanae  aad  toara   ntn    *a   aave   aatf
■raw yaur boar.
•ONaM LTATION  FMnni      "* %
O. H. ORME
Frtaas Raaert,  B.C.
The Prlnaa Rupert Weakly Journal
$2 a year.
M Friday,   August
1914.
PRINCE   RUPERT   JOURNAL
PIONEER BAKERY
The Pioneer Baker, MR. JAS. CURRTE, late of Knott & Clifton
Bakeries, will resume business .for Himself on Wednesday, August
5th, ami will be in a position to give the Public of Prince Rupert
BETTER satisfaction than any bakery in the city with Bread and
Cakes ot all descriptions and als:> the famous CDRRIE'S MUTTON
PIES will be made three times weekly, and If the public notice they
iviH see that they are not made by a machine but by the hand of a
tradesman. ALL ORDERS TO THE PIONBER BAKERY WILL BE
STRICTLY ATTENDED TO.    P. 0. BON 283 THIRD AVENUE
PHONE y«:i Below Postofflae
&}QiSo&oo<Hia<HSow><to<hO^^
GOVERNMENT WEATHER
REPORT,
furnished by   F. \V. Howling,
For 24 hours emtlng (> p.m.
August 27.
Bar.  reduced  to sea level.... 30.088
Highest   temperature    C2.0
Lowest   temperature    54.0
iLRain    »4
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Special For One Week
■     Only =====
A limited number of my SCO Guaranteed HOT-WATER-
IN-FH'TEEN-MINl'*'ES COIL reduced to $15. Forty now
in nse In Prince Rupert. Price includes installation. Pat-
eat applied far.
Harry Hanson   -  Phone 489
The Reliable Plumber
GOOD PACK REPORTED
FROM THE SKEENA
There Has Been Practically   a   Full
Pack of Sockeyes Tliis
Year.
I PERSONALS I
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S. A. Fletcher, inspector of provincial offices, arrived In the city yesterday from along the line of the
C. T. P.
•JOHN   HOBBERTY  MET
WITH A SAD END
| Well-known     Resident    of     Lakelse
\ alley Found in Dying
Condition.
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LUMBER   j
Coal, Cement, Plaster and Brick I
AND A COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDERS' SUPPLIES J
I WESTHOLME LUMBER CO., LTD. I
t First Avenue       Prince Rupert       Telephone 186   1
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A. E. Rand, President. J. S. Pearce, Manager.
THE] PRINCE RUPERT SASH
AND DOOR COMPANY, LTD.
MANUFACTURERS
DOOItSTSASH,   MANTLES,  MOULDINGS,     SCROLL   AND    BAND
SAWING, AND ALL KINDS OF FINISHINGS,   STORE   AND   OFFICE  FIXT   RES,  HOUSE FINISH A SPECIALTY
Factory and Oflice: Seventh Avenue,  Hays   Cove   Circle
Telephone 218 P.O. Box 207.      Prince Rupert, B.C.
pwoww&xt&o&o*^
Thompson Hardware Co., Limited
Rifles and Shot Guns
Ammunition
Camping Supplies
ft    PHONE 101, P.O. DRAWER 1645 380 SECOND AVE.
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New Wellington
Coal
The Favorite Household Coal
Cleanest, Brightest and Best
Rogers & Albert
Second Avenue
?lione Blue  181)
Phone 116
Res.   Phone S93
UP-TO-DATE
HAIRDRESSING
PARLORS
Massage,   Manicuring,   Scalp   Treatment,  ICIectric Treatments,  Etc.
Mrs.   N.  I,.  Hauilni-yilc,  Prop.
211 Third St. PRINCE RUPERT
A CHANCE  TO  MARK  $5.00.
For one week 1 will tak<= orders.
My $20.00 guaranteed Hot Water
Heating Coils reduced for one week
to 516.00 if ordt-rod »t onae.      jy31
NOTICE TO THE   PUBLIC.
Effective Monday, August l*th,
Household Coal will be $11.M per
ton delivered In Sections 1, 5, aad S;
i\2 0 0 per ton d«.l!ver«d in Sections
3, 7, 8. Caal will be said Cnr steiotly
cash. No jacks will ne left.
VWW WELLINGTON tOAL 00.
LINDSAYS    CARrAOK    &   IfTOR-
A»K. ' anOJw
PAR  WBST FUBL O®.
PAEIEIC   CARTA OH   UUJTBJ.1.
When John Hobberty of Lakelse
passed away at the Prince Rupert
Hospital two days ago there was
removed a most Interesting character in western life. His death was a
sad one inasmuch as he was stricken
while alone in his cabin in Lakels*
with no one near to aid him. He was
found by the merest accident in his
humble home and brought here to
die.
Mr. Lett, the publicity agent of
the G. T. P., and E. A. Blow, of the
Winnipeg Free Press, found the
pioneer of the West in a dying condition. The latter had known him
years ago, when he was a wealthy
real estate holder in Winnipeg. Adversity came and Mr. Hobberty
came further west, settling in the
Kootenays, and later in Lakelse.
On the visit to the valley a few
days ago, Mr. Blow wanted to hunt
up the old resident of Winnipeg, and
accordingly, in company with Mr.
Lett, he visited the cabin. The door
was locked and no response came
to the knocking. Finally they peered
in at the windows, only to see the
old man stretched out on the floor.
The door was broken in and it was
discovered that he had lain there for
some time, a victim of a stroke
They Improvised a pole litter and
so bore him to the train and brought
him in an unconscious state to the
hospital here, where he passed away
two days ago.
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Another Fig-lit Arranged.
The National. Sporting Club of
this city has arranged for another
boxing bout here in the near future
It will be between Frank Barrieau
of Vancouver and Romeo Hagen of
Seattle. Both are clever exponents
of the art of self defence and the
fight should be a good one.
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MORGAN    FIRM.
(Continued from    age One )
PHONE 5S4 P.O. BOX^60
FOR
APERHANGING
AINTING
OUSHING AND
WALL TINTING
HIGH-GRADE    INTERIOR
DECORATING    A    SPECIALTY
Martin Swanson
SECOND AVE.
JRAR McBRIDE
Pacific Cartage Limited
Smoeseora  to    Puoanc   Transfer   Co.
General  Teaming
Oil*:   •oruijr  ,'lrd  Ave. aud  Sod St
Ladysmith Coal
OAKaUttE AMI HtiUOK
PLHMOO w.
UKJS»rSMWf»SIBffif
B. T.  P. CARTAOE ACUBWS
331    SBCnW*    .KVBNKM
JINGLE POT C#)AL
Is handled by us. All orders receive
prompl attention   Phone No. 68.
State, had decided his firm to drop
negotiations with an intermediary
acting in behalf of the French gov-
eminent
Mr. Morgan's statement follows:
"The question had been asked of
ihe administration not because there
was any question of the legality of a
loan, but in order that any action to
be taken might be in harmony with
the ideas of tlie government.
"Of course the question is disponed or by the opinion as expressed by
the Secretary of State. The firm 's so
advising the French Intermediaries
who approached them In this matter,"
Reports from the Skeena River
canneries indicate that the pack at
the various canneries has been a
normal one this year. The cannery-
men report about a two-third pack,
but the standard set by the canners
is fairly high. As a matter of fact,
the pack Is away above what is usually put up by the river canners.
Thes. P. Lake of the Carlisle Cannery was in the city yesterday. He Is
preparing to put up a catch of co-
hoes in addition to the pack of sock-
eyes which he has already put up.
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DE FOSSETT LET OCT
ON SUSPENDED SENTENCE
Judge   Vouiif-   Showed   (leniency    in
Case of Man Who Robbed
Gold.
In court yesterday Judge young
disposed of the case of De Fossett
charged with stealing gold which
was being brought out from the Thibet Creek mines to Telegraph Creek.
The circumstances connected with
the theft have before been narrated
in these columns. De Fossett pleaded guilty and as this was the first
offence and the man bore an excellent character he was dealt with
lightly.
The various officials to whose attention the crime had been brought
gave the man a good character. It
was felt that he had acted under a
sudden impulse and that he was by
no means criminally inclined.
Judge Young, in view of all the
circumstances, allowed the man to
go on suspended sentence after administering a severe warning to him
against any further offence.
Skeena Land Distriot — District of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE t.hat 60 days after
date I intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands for a licence
to prospect for coal, petroleum arid
natural gas as follows: Commencing
at a post planted abont 1-4 mile
north and 2 miles east of the nortk-
east coi-ner of Lot 4 Moresby Island and marked F.C.W.'s northwest corner; thence south SO chains,,
thence east 80 chains, thence north
SO chains, thence west SO oliains to
point of Bommennement. Located
June 23, 1914.
F. C. WRIGHT, Locator.
a«2 A. Cro«p, Agent.
koena  Land District — Blstrict of
Queen Charlntte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Wilfred C.
Macdonald. of Prince Rupert, B.C.,
'occupation Prospeotor, intends to apply far permission to prospect for
coal and petroleum over the following described lands: Commencing at
a post planted abont six miles east
ot the S.E. oorner of Lot 2438, fheuce
nerth 89 chains, thence east 80
ohains, thence south 80 chains,
ibense west 80 chains to point of
commencement, containing 640 acres
more or less.
WILFRED  C.   MACDONALD.
Date located June 8, 1914.      au8
HOTEL DIRECTORY
Members  of the Prince Rupert
Licensed Vintners' Association
WINDSOR    HOTEL
Car. of First Ave. and Eighth St,
W. H. AVriglrt, Pnop.
HOTBL CENTRAL
First Ave. aad Seventh St.
European   and   American   Plans
$1.00 to $2.50 Per Day
Peter Block, Prop.
HNOX HOTEL
First     Ave.    Between    Eighth    und
Ninth
European  Plan;   Rates 50c to $1.00
Per Hay
Keener   &   Besner,   Props.
Skeena Land District — District of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Wilfred C.
Macdonald, of Prince Rupert, B.C.,
occupation Prospector, intends to apply for permission to prospect for
coal and petroleum over the following described lands: Commencing at
a post planted about two miles east
of the northeast corner of Lot 2438,
thence south 80 ehains, thenee east
80 chains, thence north 80 chains,
thence west SO chains to point of
commencement, containing 640 acres
more or less.
au«    WILFRED C. MACDONALD.
Date located June 9,  1914.
Skeena Land District — District of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Wilfred C.
MacDonald, of Prince Rupert, B.C.,
occupation Prospector, intends to apply for permission to prospect for
coal and petroleum over the following described lands: Naden Harbor,
Graham Island, commencing at a
post planted at the south-west corner of S.T.L. 2551, thence south 80
chains, thence east 80 chains, thence
narth 80 chains, thence west 80
chains to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
WILFRED C. MACDONALD.
lW«H»0«H«HCHWHW<HKHSOIW«HKBKia
FOR RENT
Oaaipletely furnished office   on
Third Avenue, inoiudiag typewriter, $05 a month
FOR SALE
Lot 311,   Block   O,   Section   7,
$1,050
C.  E.  RAINTKIt
Phone 387
3foHKlOWOl«KH*aiKH>ttlK^
WATER NOTICE.
Skeena Land District, — District of
Queen  Charlotte Ish:ids.
TAKE NOTICE that Wilfred C.
Macdonald, of Prince Rupert, B.C.,
occupation Prospector, intends to apply for permission to prospcot for
coal and petroleum over the following described lands: Commencing at
a post planted about six miles east
and two miles north of the northeast
corner of C.L. 9484, thence north 80
chains, thence east 80 chains, thence
south 80 chains, theace west SO
chains to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
au6    WILFRED C. MACDONALD.
Date  located  June   12,   1914.
Use "Canada First Cream"; it has
the fresh  cream  flavor. jy29
Application for a Licence to take
and use and to store or pen back
Water wlll be made under the "Water Act" of British Columbia, as fol-
1. The name ot the applicant is the
Corporation of the City of Prince
Rupert, B.C.
2. The address of the applicant is
Prince Rupert, B.C.
S. The name of the stream is
Thulme River. The stream has Its
source in the divide between the
Skeena River and the north arm of
Work Channel, flows in a westerly
direction, aud empties into Quattoon
Inlet (Wark Channel), about one
and onerhalf miles from the head of
the inlet.
4. The water Is to be diverted
from the stream on the north side,
about 750 feet from its mouth.
5. The purpose for which the wa-j
ter will be used is for the production
of electrical energy.
6. The land on which the power-
1 • to be used is described as follows: i
The City of Prince Rupert, B.C. j
7. The quantity of water applied ■
for is as follows: Four hundred-
cubic feet per second.
8. The quantity of water to be
stored is 255,00>0,000 cubic feet.
9. The reservoir ite is located j
above the falls.
10. This notice was posted on the
£-ruund on the 25th da* of July,
1»14.
11. A aepy of tliis notice and an
application pursuant thereto and to
the requirements of the "Water Act"
will ne aled in the ofliee of the Water
Recorder at Prince Rupert, B.O. On-
jectlens may be lied with the said
Water Recerder, or with tae Comptroller ot Water Rights, Parliament
Buildings, Tiotorla. B.C.
THE CORPORATION OF THE CITT
OP PRINCE RUPERT, B.C.
(Applicant).
By William McGeorge Mason.
an6 (Agent).
W»<HKHKHW«HKHW<HKH3<HW»l?lKW
SAFETY
It is during such times as
these that people realize the
advantages of hating a safe-
deposit box. We still have a few
boxes to rent at reasonable
rates   in   our   large   lire-proof
vault.   Call and see them.
THE   OONTrNHNTAL    TRCSI
OQMPANT, LTD.
CHHKHMlKH«JOiWi>lKHSlSa<K^
EMMIESS  HOTEL
•I. Y. Rochester V. D. Cosier
Third Ave. Between Sixth and
Seventh  Sta.
European Plan;  50c to   $1 Per Day
ROYAL HOTEL
Corley & Burgess, Props.
Third  Ave.  and  Sixth  St.
European Plan Steam Heated
BEAVER     WHOLESALE     LIQUOR
CO.,   LIMITED
Second  Ave.  and   Sixth  St.
Phone 102
PRINCE RUPERT IMPORTING CO.,
LIMITED
Fraser and Sixth Sts.
Phone   7
 o —
Baby oarriages and go-carts 25
per cent, reduction at Tite's midsummer sale. JyiB
J)HWHH»«<HMWlHM!HWi»«
MERCHANTS
LUNCHES
THE ROYAL CAFE
bos    initiated    a    system   of
Merchants'   Lunches   at   noon
each   day
PRICE 35 CENTS
Service in keeping with   standard   established   by   popular
House
■aiK«H*lMHKH»W*IKH*l»IW^^
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
PARTNERSHIP.
Take notice that the partnership
existing between Messrs. Oollatt &
Reynolds has this day been dissolved
by mutual consent. All accounts
due the firm to be paid to T. H. Collar!, who will assume all the obligations of the partnership. Dated
August 1, 1914. au2
ASK  FOR
FIVE ROSESILOUI
7£e World's Best
Sender Five Roses
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Cook E*»k-*
BEING A MANUAL'•* GftO ICCIPES carefully
dicwen from th»jfHritadon» of over pgmmmmmi
•ttco*atfu>uee«i oWVmVfrtmmfiovr AwugtvEut Canada.
Abo I'tefut Note* en tbe v*riou» cUmc* «f good triingp
to eat, all of w\kh hawe been •cjuwrutly checked' and
re-ekecked by competent authority.
m%»iM**+m f uk of nc«ooos.wit»t cujwgjggfg
"" Distributors Prince Rupert, B.C.
STEWART & MOBLKV KULLV, DOUGLAS * CO.
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