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The Journal
$5.00
a Year
Prince Unpad lottwifc
VOL. VI.
PRINCE HUPIORT,  13. ('..    SI MM V.,,l AM .WiV 23,  1910.
Price a Cents.
No. 63.
Schooner Ceittralia Off Oregon Coast Reported In Distress
Threatened Execution
ritish Officer
G. T. P. Is Free From
Fear Expressed That
Germany May Kill
British Officers
lies
G.T.P. RAILWAY IS     HELD FIRST ICE
FREE FROM SHOES
CARNIVAL IN CITY
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LOCAL MLIBUT
FOR HONOLULU
TRIAL   SHIPMENT   MADE   FROM
COLD STORAGE TO HAWAI-
IAN ISLANDS
Thiity-flve Tons Of Fish Sent From
Here To Test
Market.
Prince Rupert is going after the
halibut shipping industry in all kinds
of markets. A shipment of 35 tons of
frozen halibut and salmon has been
sent to Seattle to be loadeo' by one
of the American-Hawaiian steamships
Mid taken to Honolulu.
This is the first shipment of fish
to be sent from Prince Rupert to
Hawaiian Islands, and Is in the nature of a sample consignment. If it
Owing to the fact that, evidently
due to wire troubles in the south,
there was no news from the seat of
war last night, the following information is given through the courtesy
of tbe Hotel Prince Rupert, taken
from its bulletin service earlier in
the day:
"The fear is expressed that Germany will execute the British officers
as reprisals over the Baralong affair.
"Austria's terms to Montenegro
were too harsh.
"Advance of the British Mesop-
temian force has been rendered difficult by storms of wind and rain.
"A Turkish genera], former Governor of Tripoli, has been killed in
action.
"The Russian forces are in complete control in Bukowitia. They can
choose their own time to strike the
final blow.
"A Russian Princess is a prisoner,
it, landed in good shape, there Is no after exposure of a scheme to cause
doubt but that the northern fish port a rupture between Britain and Rus-
will receive some large orders from sia."
tlie mid-Pacific i.dcs. <>■
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RAISED GOOD SUM
FOR BELGIAN RELIEF
FUND YESTERDAY
A sum of about $17 was raised
yesterday afternoon at an afternoon
reception given by Mrs. G. R. Naden.
Mr, Naden delivered an address in
which he traced the history of the
Belgian people from the earliest record of them to the present time, recalling the magnificent history that
they had. ,
A specially striking feature was the
presentation in life of the Belgian
flag. Three little girls, Flo Burrltt,
Doreen Grant and Margaret Kergin
appeared in costumes of the colors
represented in the Belgian flag;
black, yellow and red respectively,
Refreshments were served during
the afternoon.
[Open Wednesday and Saturday evenings, M. M. Stephens.
SENATOR RILEY'
*      OF VICTORIA HAS
PASSED AWAY
THE LOCAL LINE  SEEMS TO BE   WEATHER      CONDITIONS      LAST
SPECIALLY' WELL NIGHT WERB NOT AT ALL
LOCATED
While   Southern   Roads   Arc   Being
Interrupted This Line Remains Open.
The^G. T. P. lias laid claim, ever
since its location, to being the trans-
contintntal line of the continent that
would be, in the natural order of
things, the freest from snow troubles.
It wouIq appear, as time goes on, that
In actual experience this is going to
be true. While other railway lines in
the south are being blocked by avalanches and slides, the 0, T. P. remains open to business as usual.
While, to the casual observer, the
most northern of the transcontinental
lines which the G, T. P. is, might be
expected to.be the one most troubled
with snow, this is not the case. The
line has been laid along a route
where snow will not be excessive,
and the danger from slides is done
away with to a very large extent.
Throughout the winter the trains
have been arriving in the city with
scarcely any delays. The G. T. P.
seems to be destined to become the
most reliable of all winter routes for
travellers.
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Phone 553- Strictly Union House J
•k   624 Third Ave., Prince Rupert. J
Hon. George Riley, one of Ihe members of the Senate of Canada for the
Province of British Columbia died at
his home, 1655 Oak Bay Avenue, Victoria, last Wednesday. For the past
couple of years he had been In failing health, though he was able to be
about, and went lo Ottawa for the
last session of Parliament. But for
two months or so he had been closely
confined to the house, sinking gradually.
Senator Riley was born in St.
Catherines, Ont., 73 years ago. He
formerly lepresented Victoria City in
i the House of Commons, resigning his
• seat to allow the late William Tem-
i pieman to accept the nomination on
.becoming a Cabinet Minister. Senator
, Riley was a Liberal in politics.
STORMS INTERFERE
WITH TELEGRAPH
LIVES IN THE SOUTH
While Ihe telegraphic service last
night contained news of the Pacific
coast .there was an absence of any
from the east. Evidently the severe
storms reported from the south have
put the telegraphic connection along
the southern routes out of business.
Along this northern route the wires
are working all right, indicating that
the storms are not so severe in this
part of the continent.
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Insure now with M, SI. Stephens.
A Cohl Snap.
Prince Rupert, in common with the
rest of the coast, is experiencing a
record In the line of severe winters.
This evening, according to the Dominion Government thermometer,
used by F. W. Dowling in making the
meteorologlcl records, the temperature was zero. At 11 o'clock last
night it had reached 4 degrees below
zero, which is equal to the coldest
ever experienced here, according to
the records kept.
FAVORABLE
The Extreme Cold Made It Anything
But Enjoyable On
Ice.
The first ice carnival in Prince Rupert was held last evening on the rink
at Government Place. The conditions
were anything hut favorable, however, or it. In consequence the attendance was nothing like as large as
would have been the case under other
circumstances for spectators. It was
also trying for the skaters. In addition to that, the ice was not fast,
owing to the fact that the weather
was too cold.
In spite of thesq draw-backs the
competitions  were  held.   The  prizes
j for fancy costumes were awarded as
j follows:
I     Gents' fancy costume—W. E. Bur-
jrltt.
Ladies'  fancy costume—Mis3  Mc-
I f.eod.
I
Ladies'  comic  costume—Maybelle
French.
Gent.s' comic costume—.lack Morrison.
Costume for boy under 15 years—
Pete Tremayne.
For best couple—Mrs. J. E. .Merry-
field and Mrs. H, S. Parker.
The parts were well sustained for
the mosl part. Mr. Burritt appeared
as an Inoian, in an excellent makeup. Miss McLeod, as a gypsy, was
also well attired. Miss French won
in her class as an Irish washerwoman. Jack Morrison  was so attired I
I
that  it was difficult to tell whether J
he was coming or going. Windel Mur-
phy appeared ns a clown. Little Pete
Tremayne represented an Indian
maiden well. Mrs. Merryfield and
(Continued   on   Page   Four,)
In Distress
Off Oregon Coast
Marshtielri. Ore., .Ian. 22.—The
schooner Centralia sent out a S. 0. S.
call .this evening. It is believed the
vessel was then twenty-five miles
northwest of Yaquina. No other signals were heard from Ihe vessel,
though repeated attempts were made
to get into communication with her.
Tlie Eureka, which was close by,
reported that she heard shorts blasts
from the Centralia's whistle. She
sighted her, but lost sight again of
the vessel in the darkness.
The oil tanker Buck is cruising in
that vicinity also.
A wireless message received from
the steamer Governor states that that
vessel is .standing by the wrecked
steamer Centralia.
UNTIMELY DEATH
OF GEO. A. REEDER
The Centralia belongs to n class of
steam schooners comon on the coast
as lumber carriers. She has steam
auxiliary power.
Insure now with M. SI. Stephens.
TO SAVE CANADA
AFTER THE WAR
S1INER   AND   PROSPECTOR    AT30
HAD MANY FRIENDS IX THE
DISTRICT
Interesting  News  Items Of Terrace
District By Special
Correspondent.
hon.   robert   rogers   deals
with question of
i:\p.\nsio.\
Southern Railways
In Trouble With
Snow Avalanches
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K OUR 1917 CALENDER SAMPLES
this month.   Kindly hold yeur  order until you have seen same.
THE G. W. NICKERSON CO.       PRINCE RUPERT r
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Seattle, Jan. 22.—Four bodies have
been recovered from the day coach
of the westbound train of the Great
Northern, the Cascade Limited, two
cars of the train   which  were struck
j by an avalanche of snow near Corea
station, on the western slope of the
Cascade Mountains, was carried down
j the mountain side. Two passengers
are still missing.
The company says the total dead
in the accident will not exceed six.
Ffteen passengers were wounded, but
none of them seriously.
.Milwaukee Road Blocked.
The Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
Transcontinental line is tied up, in
consequence of an avalanche of snow
covering 450 feet of track near Lake
Keecheliis. A rotary snow plow was
buried in the slide.
According  to  the  report  received
(a!  the general offices, no lives  were
lost in this snow slide.
VI SIX VALLEY IS
FLOODED IIV OVERFLOWING
OF COLORADO RIVER
Yuma, ,!an. 22.—The Yuma Valley
Is covered to a depth of from one to
four feet, by the waters of the Colorado River. This Is the result of the
| breaking of the leveea. The City of
l Yuma is in darkness, through the interference with the lighting system,
through the Hoods.
SAVE MONEY
¥!se New Wellington
COAL
PHONE 110.
Tliu Dominion Must Prepare Herself
For Pence
.Now.
Hon. Robert Rogers. Minister of
Public Works who liTis jusl returned
lo Ottawa from Winnipeg, is most
enthusiastic, not only about the numbers of and character of the men who
are enlisting in the west, but also
about the mighty Influence which the
west will have after tbe war ill right-!
Ing conditions In Cariada, bringing
them back to normal and even loading the way to a greater era of progress ana expansion than the Domln-
ion has ever seen,
"I tell you," said Mr, Rogers, "tbe
Prairie country   Is  going  to do  its'
share In saving Canada when the war
is over.    It is helping mlghtly to Bave
(Continued on Page Tbr<o.)
S1ADE TRIP I BOM
VANCOI \ Kli IN
A  SMALL LAUNCH
E, Michaels, a eon of the manager
of the Port Simpson saw mill, and J.
F. Johnston, Jr., reached porl lasl
evening from Vancouver in a small
launch, in which the} had travelled
all the way from Vancouver, where
the craft was constructed. Ii is intended for use at the sawmill, and
while the trip is one that could easily I
be accomplished In the summer time,
il is one requiring a gooa deal of
courage at. this season of the year,
The trip took twenty days. It was]
unattended by any serious situations.
Terrace, Jan. 21.—Friends of
George A. Reeder will be sorry to
learn of his untimely death at Usk,
on January 18. Mr, Reeder was a
mining man, formerly of Lemiston,
.Montana, bill who was attracted to
this country by 'he mining development. His deatli was due to perrito-
nitis. The remains wore brought to
Terrace by Provincial Officer Doo-
Iittle, who went to Usk to Investigate
the matter'. The Intermenl was al
the Kitsiimkaletn cemetary.
Mining .Men.
Mesrs. Foster and Brooks, foirr
of Portland. Ore., who are ini:
in tlie mines in the vicinity of Usk,
arrived on Tuesday's train from Usk.
Mr.   Foster   left   Thursday   morning
for Prince Rupert. Mr, Brooks returning to I'slc Thursday afternoon.
Lecture postponed,
The lecture to have been given In
the Progress Hall by Jerry Terry, assisted by A. II. Tomlinson, has beep
postponed, owing to the inclcincnc ,
of the waather ft will be held Saturday, January 29.
High Winds.
Terrace is suffering from strong
winds, which threaten to blow tin-
snow away.
Joining The colors.
A number of the Terrace men
leaving for liui et i io enlist in ihi
in-ii'i Battalion Terrace is pro i
of the showing she iia^ made, In being so ii i II n | n • tiled with the col
ors,   o   thi    izi  oi  the I
BOWLING   \F.l.i I   TO
III; iil'l \ I li AGAIN
n\ MONDAY VIGII'I
The Empress Hotel has placed lt>
bowling alley In the basement of tli
hotel under the charge of a nevi
manager. S, Doreen, who is opening
up on Monday night. He Is having
everything pul In good shape and ex.
peats to have a large attendance
during the cold winter ninht^, when
healthful sport can be Indulged In.
He may operate one or ,two ; ■
tables in connection  with  the alio
Mr, Doreen expects to have Borne
Interesting matches arranged a little
later.
.1. E, Terry, A. H. Tomlinson an ,
II. K. Walker left by the 0. T, P
yesterday for Hazelton, to address i
meeting held under the auspices or
the Farmers' Institute there. Sunday, January 2:!, l&iG.
PRINCE RUPERT JOURNAi.
pri!!,f liupcr Journal!
upli me f.tH
i
Offlci
Basl
: in- i38:
tne Btrain of lne war.    The words of
Mr.   Tisdall   carry   more weight,   in
thai hi nisei I
:"       ■ ninal
Ha i     .■.    i Vane i er in ihe
days n iieii I I^bydaj
, con    en I   t, than the)    i. .    ie city
! of   Prince   Rupert   fodai He   has
S1INERAL ACT.
(Form V.)
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
iAl        EDITION
: - :       ; : irnlnp    ex    : '
M lellrered  bj  carrier in the
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If    not    paid    in
a lvnce
$o.r,o
Published every Friday for cir.cu-
ition outside' the City of Prince
Hutu rt it $2.00 a year, addressed to
points In Canada; or $3.00 a year to
»li points in the United Kingdom
the United Mates or other foreign
.  au'ies.
Advertising   Rates  t'lion   Application
Telephone 1:38.
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■ '       it • ;i ind  : is prosper
ed   with   Its    n '• I h.   He  has    rospi
ed by attention to business, and not
by   speculation   of   ihe   more   fitful
kli       .'. ;■■  • Ies with i< the oppor-
tunitl   i to make fortunes very quickly, or lose them just as soon, lip be-
Maypole    and    Mayflower
rFraction   Mineral   Claims,   situate   in
; the Skeena   Mining Division  of Cassiar District
Wheie located: on Hidden Creelc,
Granby  Day,  B.  C.
TAKE NOTICE that I, J. Fred
Ritchie, Free Miner's Certificate No.
3O.071B, acting as agent ror the
Granby Consolidated Mining, Smelting & Power Co., Limited. Free Min-
chan e In this city | ev's Certificate No. 90,810)3. Intends,
sixty days from the date hereof, lo
apply to the Mining Recorder for a
Certificate of Improvements, for the
propose of obtaining a Crown Orant
of the above claim.
And further take notice mat action
under section 85, must be commenced before the ssue of such Certifi-
sa'.e of Improvements.
..ated th'.B 4th day of October, 1916.
3-3 J. Fredd  Ritchie,  Agent.
**Z£b
SYNOPSIS      OF      COAL
REGULATIONS.
.MINING
Sunuay, lanuary 23, 191C.
REGULAR PROPHESIES.
'i"he iiiiiiual meeting of tlie Liberal
Association was quite up to the traditions of that association, aim with
the organizations of the party else-
where, in its prophesies that the Conservative Governments, both at Victor1:! and Ottawa, wore near their
ends. From the days when Sir Richard McBride took power, until the
Liberal party, as a factor In provincial politics passed into the kingdom
come, the hopes of ihe followers of
ihat party have been steadily on the
increase. Never did they manifest a
more evident hope of attaining power
than they did just before they disappeared from the political earth. Con-
sumo: ion has been described as tlie
worst kind of all inalaules with which
one run be afflicted, because ii carries wiih it that perpetual hope of
recovery. Evidently the Libera] party
of British Columbia has some form of
political consumption. Moreover, i;
would appear as true, that thai party
is not going to realize it is dead, even
after ii beeomes defunct.
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OPTIMISTIC  OUTLOOK.
The ords of Hon. ('. E. Tisdall,
the Minister "I Public Works for the
Province, spoken al the smoker, ten-
dered him while here, should certainly lend to rouse a more optimistic
spirit in ihose who may have a tendency   to   become  pessimistic   under
are greater than they were in the
southern centre. The conditions of
the present day are not Ihose of
thirty years ago. The world is moving faster and the development of
centres is consequently much quicker.
The outlook In Prince Rupert, for
the immediate future, is Buch as to
Inspire strong hopes. This should not
lead the citizens to think that there
Is nothing for them to do In the work
of development. The city will not
grow and prosper Independent of the
citizens that should be vitally inter-
esteo in the work of development
Everyone, with the interests of the
place sit heart, should lend all the
aid possible In getting Prince Rupert
well into the limelight, and in a posl
tion to lake care of the business that
should be possible with the close of
Ihe war, if not liefore that time.
Bent now from SI. SI. Stephens.
VAVIGABLI
WATERS'
TION ACT.
PROTEC
It. S. C. Chapter 115.
J. H. HILDITCH
Contractor and BuiJfiev
Estimates  given  en  nil    classes  "'
work,  whether htihiII *•    large.    Pi
•una!   attention   given  to  every   3len,
PHONE GREEN 321
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B. C. Undertakers g
beg i" Inform theii friends and
the public generally that they
have engaged the services of a
First class Undertaker, who is
a graduate of a Canadian and
American College of Embalming, Sanitation, Disinfection
and Bacteriology, and who
holds both Canadian and
American  Diplomas.
Lady Aslstanl always in attendance to care for ladies and
children.
Ofllce mi* Parlors No. 117,
cornei' -ml Street and -ml Ave.
Richard B. McGinnls hereby giv^s
notice that he has, under section 7
of the said Act, deposited with the
Minister of Public Works, al Ottawa,
and in the office of the District Register of Titles at Prince Rupert, Ii. C
■i description of Ihe site and of the
plans for a wharf proposed to be
built In Alice Arm, Observatory In
let, British Columbia, at a point situate about ;ii miles south of tiie south
east corner of Lot 1,074, Range T>,
Coast District, 13. C.
V.ND TAKE NOTICE that after the
expiration of one month from the
date of the first publication of this
notice, Richard 13. McGlnnis, will
under Section 7 of the said Act, apply to the Minister of Public Works
at his office in Ihe City of Ottawa,
for approval o! the said siic anu
plans, and for have to construct the
said wharf.
Dated at Prince Rupert, n. C, this
22nd day of October, A. D. 1015.
S-o-31        RICHARD B. McGINNIS,
Applicant
MINERAL ACT.
t/oini F.)
Certificate  Of  Improvements.
NOTICE.
"Edith M.", Glenora," "Oneda,"
Cobalt Fraction," "Evans," "Granby." "Railroad." "Ayrshire." and
'Motherlode," Mineral Claims, situate
In the Portland Canal Mining Division of Cassiar District. Wheie locat-
d, on American Creek.
TAKE NOTICE that Pacific Coas
Exploration Company, Limited, Free
Miner's Certificate No. S)3,862B, Intend, sixty days from the date here-
r.f, to apply to tile .'I'liinc Recrrder
fro a Cerl Ideate nf Improvements,
'hi ■ purpi se of obtoti ing a Crown
Orant of tbe above claim
And i arthe   take notice that action
iiuder section 85, musl be.commenc-
SPRL'CE   LOGS  WANTED.
Wtente* 'arge quantity Spruce logs,
of good size, and scaling at least 30
per cent. No. 1. • Write particulars
as to price, quality and earliest delivery to C. P. Coles & Co., Vancouver, tf
Tie  Morning Journal delivered  to
your pome at 50 cents a month.
LAND ACT.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Miles Mac-
Innis, of Anyox, B. C, occupation
merchant, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described land: Commencing at a post
planted about 1,500 feet distaut in,
a southeast direction from the shore
of an unnamed lake situated near
the summit of the divide between
tlie head of Alice Arm and the Naas
River, being about sixteen miles in
an easterly direction from the head
of Alice Arm, Cassiar District, B. C.
Thence south SO chains, thence west
80 chains, thence north 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains to the poiut
of commencement, and containing
lilo acres, more or less,
MILES MacINNIS,
Applicant,
Carl Bowman, Agent.
Dated  Nov.  23," 1915. w-d-1
MINERAL ACT.
(Form F.)
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
Last Laugh No. 2 Frac; Last
Laugh; Point; Last Laugh No. 3
Frac; Never Sweat; Grey Eagle and
Triangle Frac, Mineral Claims,
situate iu the Portland Canal Mining
Division of Cassiar District. Where
located, at Swamp Point, Portland
Canal. B. C.
TAKE NOTICE thai I. J. Fred Ritchie, Free Miner's Certificate No. 90.-
07 3 B, acting as agent for the Granby
Consolidated Mining. Smelting &
Power Co., Limited, Free Miner's Certificate No. 90.810B, intend sixty
days from the date hereof, to apply
to the .Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the pur-
ose of obtaining a Crown Grant of
the above claim. And further f.ake
notice that, action, under section So,
must be commenced liefore tbe Issuance of such Certificate of Improve-
I mentss,
| Dated  this  20th  cay  of Oct.   A.   D.
; i in-., w-d-1
J.  FRED  RITCHIE    Vgent,
Coal fining right of t> •; Dominion in Manitoba, .''.askatchewau and
Alberta, the V'./on Territory, the
Norihwest Territories and a portion
of the Province of British Columbia,
may be leased for a term of twenty-one years at an annua! rental of
$1 per acre. Not more than 2,500
acres will be leased to one applicant.
Applications "'«• a le.o • must be
made by the applicant in person to
th- Agent or Sub Agent of the dis-
tric in which the rights ..pplled tor
are situated.
In surveyed territory the land
must '.e described by sent Ions, or
legal subdivisions of sections, aud
In unsurveyed territory the tract applied for shall be staked out by the
applicant himself.
Bach application must be acc.im-
panied by a fee of ^5, which will be
f funded if the nghte applied for are
not available, but not otherwise. A
royalty sh'all be paid on the merchantable output of tbe mine at the
rate of five cents per ton.
The person operating the mine
shall furnish the Agent with sworn
returns accounting for the full
quantity of merchantable coal mined
and pay the royalty thereon. If the
coal miuiug rights re not being operated, such returns sheud e furnished at least once a year.
The lease will Include tho coal
mining rights only; but the lessee
may be pormittel to purchase whatever available surface rights may be
considered necessary for the working of the mine at the rate of $10
per acre.  .i •<! j.i.-:.-'- 1 ■■•■
For full .nformatlon application
should be made to t'-0 Secretary of
the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent
of Dominion Lands.
W.   W.  CORY,
Deputy Minister of the Interior
Skeena   Land   District—District   of
Queen Charlotte Islauds.
TAKE NOTICE that R. N. Ferguson, ageut, Victoria, B. C, and A. M
Hall, manager, Vancouver, B. C, intends to apply for permission to prospect the following described lands for
coal and petroleum: Commencing at
a post planted 100 chains east and
SO chains north of the mouth of
Joseph Creek, to the southeast corner
of C. L, No. 10,148, thence 80 chains
north, thence 80 chains east, thence
80 chains south, thenoe 80 chains
west to the point of commencement.
R. N. FERGUSON and A. M. HALL
Name of applicants
G. W. KERR, Agent.
HOTEL DIRECTORY
Members of the Prince Rupert
Licensed \ iiitners' Association
WINDSOR HOTEL
Cor.   of Firs.*   Ave.  anil   Eighth
W. H.  WRIGHT, Prop.
HOTEL CENTRAL
First Ave. und Seventh St.
European nn i  American  :'liins
$1.00 to $8,50 Per Day
Peter Bluck, Prop.
KNOX HOTEL
Irst     Ave.    Between    Klghth'   and
Ninth
European Plan;  Rates «Oc to $1.00
Per Day
Besner & Besner, Prop*.
EMPRESS HOTEL
J. T. Rochester V. D. Casley
Third A»e. Between Slvvh and
Seventh Sts.
European Plan;   50c to $1  Per Daj
Pacific Cartage Limited
General   Teuiii.ng
Furniture   Moving  a   Specialty.
W^en you  buy COAL buy the BLST
—i Ladysmith   Lump  or  Comox
Washed Nut.
The Queen Charlotte
Oil Fields Limited
Oltice will open today in Law-Butler
Building for sale of a limited
amount  of   Treasury  Stock
GRO.  F.   MAODONAXD,   Sec.-Treaa,
ROYAL HOTEL
Corloy & Burgess, Props.
Third Ave. nnd Sixth St.
European Plan Steam Heated
BEAVER     WHOLESALE     LIQUOR
CO., LIMITED
Second Ave. and Sixth St.
j -T"        Phone 102
JR1NCE RUPERT IMPORTING CO^
"'"**"'        LIMITED
Empress Hotel Building—111114 Are.
Phone 7
The   Morning    Journal    50   cants
per month.
Dated July  17, 1915.
w-s-15
MINERAL ACT.
(Form P.)
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
"Rosalie" Mineral Claim, situate in
tlie Portland Canal Miuing Division
of Cassair District.
Where located: South fork of Glacier Creek.
TAKE NOTICE that I, William
Spruck, Free Miner's Certificate No
80.499B, intends, sixty days from
the date hereof, lo apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above
claim. And further take notice that
action, under section 85, must be
commenced before the issue of such
Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 27th day of September,
A.   D.   1915 0-5
Tbe Morning Journal delivered to
your home at 50    cuts a month.
CHKHKKHKflK«HKt<HJtKKK»l>03W««l)j
Reduced Price of \
ed   before   the  issue   of   such   Certlfi-
rnfp of Improvements.
Dated this 41li day of October, a. D.
1915. t-o-26
Skeena    Land   Dlsfict—District   of]
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE tnat Robert Mc-
I. nzle Burgess, of Victoria, B. C,
occupation barber, intends to apply
for permission to prospect the following described 'ands for coal and
petroleum: Commencing al a post
planted aliout onj mile north of north
shore line of Port. Channel, being at
a point 20 chains north of the S. W.
corner of Coal Licence No. 10,166,
and 80 chains west of Coal Licence
No. 10,166, lhei.ee north 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains, thence south
8"1 chains, thence west 80 chains to
H.e point, of commencement.
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Phone II. Open Hay und Night  8   ROBERT  McKENZIE  BURGESS,
.6! Name of applicant
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G. W. KHRR, Agent.
TIMBER SALE X oil. \
Sealed tenders will be received by I
the Minister of Lands not later than
noon on tkc 19th day of January,
1916, for the purchase of Licence X
541, to cut 1,266,000 feet of Hemlock
and Spruce, on an area adjoining L,
1,025, East Arm. Juskatla Arm,
Graham Island, Queen Charlotte
Islands District.
Two (2) years will be allowed for
removal of timber, Further particulars of the Chief Forester, Victoria,
MSLK
I The Standard Dairy
will   deliver   pure   milk   of   Its
usual high standard
5
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a
or io cents n Quart. f
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Phone Standard Dairy, g
Blue 247        f
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WALKER'S MUSIC STORE
Corner Second Ave and 1th St.
Pianos  and   other   musical  in-
stimiiciits (or sale.
Pianos  to  Rent.
A   large   assortment   of   sheet
music. Classic songs and music,
nnd all  the popular selections
X of the day.
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Coal
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Rogers & Albert
.->.cond Aveuue
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Phone l 16
PHONE S54 P.O. BOX 60
FOR
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APERHANGING
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HIGH-GRADE    INFERIOR
DECORATING    A    SPECIALTY
Martin Swanson
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THE MOST COMFORTABLE
TOURING CAR
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and Heavy Teaminf
W. J. CRAWFORD, Manager
PHONE 566 T.r™r;vK.
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AND A COMPLETE LINE OF BI ILDERS' SUPPLIES
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Phone Red B02
"NAUTICAL   ACIDICUY"
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B. C.
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KAIEN HARDWARE CO.,608Thirdav.
Genuine Wellington Coal
OUR   COAL LASTS   LONGER—IT'S THE REST.
Phone 15—Prince Rupert Coal Company
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Stino'ay, January 23, 1916.
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is to known what attractions you have
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what you have
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and Advertise at
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t
CANADA AFTER THK WAR.
i Coninued Ei i m Pai     ; lne. I
it  and   to  save   the   Empire  right
now.
"Our boys out there are volunteering with great eagerness, aud as the
statistics Bhow, in a most creditable
proportion to population. They are
the right kind of lads to make soldi. TS.
''They not only know how to ride
and shoot, which made them so valuable soldiers in the veldt war of
South Africa, but they are accustom-
ed to roughing it and enduring hardships and generally living the outdoor life so necessary in any war.
"The boys out there are great lighters. They are in this war to see It
through, But just as surely as the
Westerner is now taking a big share
in waging the war the Wes; will take
a big share in protecting Canada
from the financial, Industrial and
commercial consequences which the
devastation of war is bound to let
loose on al] mankind. When the war
stops it will he a little like a fast
express running into a granite cliff.
The whole world will be rushing full
Speed ahead with war preparations.
Then suddenly they will not be wanted. .., ' .   '
"Unless the greatest caution is exercised there is bound to be vast industrial trouble, much as we will regret it, it is almost inevitable and
will be world-wide.
"The great pressing question for
us In Canada is: How to fortify this
country as fully as possible against
its effects. And that is where our vast
and rich prairies will come in. Out
there is where we must 'dig in' to
meet this 'ast charge of the enemy.
We will have In the prairies by far
the most genuinely tempting magna
for migrating people in the world;
there will be nothing like them. And
there will he a lot of migrating.
Where will these European emigrants
go? Will they go to foreign lands—
lands where they will be lost forever
to the Allies? Or will they come to
Canada, where they will he under the
British flag?
"That is the vital question for Canada—for the Empire—for the Allies
—for civilization and the answer can
be out in one word—'Preparation.'
"We must prepare for peace as we
did not—unfortunately—prepare for
war. We could not get our Dreadnoughts voted for- this war; but we
can get our immigration 'Dreadnoughts' in the line of battle for the
victories of peace. I see that our
brisk and busy neighbors, the Americans, are preparing already to attract
to their country as large a share as
possible of this after-the-war emigration. They are going in for a policy
for preparedness all round over there.
We must not get left at the post.
"What we want to do is to pick up
our great West out there and put it
in the 'show window.' We want to be
able to go practically to the door of
every European who Is thinking of
seeking a home elsewhere and show
him   the  Canadian   West   tall   wheat
sample,   ample   railway    conditions,
growing i-ities and all.    It will be the
finest thing In the world and the sal-
vniion of Canada. Moreover, it will be
I the solution Of most  of the problems
which   now   confront   us.  as   for  Instance, hew to make transcontinental
ailwa> b j' ij   how   to enable our In-
ir'li    to flii i new  tasks v hen the
war oi tiers stop ana adjust our mi i
ranflle  system   to  the • bans ed  con-
dlt Ions   and   io   fill   our   farm   lands
, and   start   again   tin-   late   lamented I
[ boom.
"Some people are all the time wor-,
j rylng about finding  new markets in1
■ foreign lands for our products. I pro-!
i pose to bring the new market!  home
to our products;  why go abroad for,
'. consumers when  you can  bring  the
consumers home with you?   The besl
possible  consumer   for  our  goods  Is
the man who comes here to live and
work and build up the nation.   There
will  be  millions of such  men   footloose after I lie war Is over; anu we
ought to gel ready to show them an
immense map of Canada.
"The West undoubtedly will be our
trump card.    We could
the  whole   British   white  population
ere. And, think what this means for |
the West and for all Canada if we
get five millions new people out there
after the war; Winnipeg, Brandon,
Reglna, Prince Albert, Calgary, Edmonton, Medicine Hat. Portage la
Prairie. Saskatoon, Lethbrldge, Swltl
Curreni and many others would be-i
come greal cities. The salubrious
British Columbia climate would
seethe with new activity and population. Industries would spring up all
over the West. The industries of the
East would lino a new market within
their own tariff fence. Hanking would
boom and trade wholesale flourish,
young clerks in the East would become prosperous proprietors In tho
West.
"I tell you it would be the greatest
opportunity of this generation. If we
fall to take it, Canada may be p'ung-
ed into a period of depression and
ban] times after the war that will
put ns back fifty years. The American
will in ihat case be truly "the only
winners of the war," on this continent at. all events; bin If we are
decently alert, Canada will forge
ahead on the signing of peace as the
most progressive nation of the century and the hope of British Empire."
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G. T. P. SC  EDULES
Steamship
Service
To The South
MINERAL ACT.
(Form !•".)
S. S. PRINCE GEORGE—Sails   every Saturday ,u  l» a.m.
S. s. PRINCE JOHN—Sails every Tuesday at 7 p.m.
TRAINS FOR THE EAST
Passenger Trains leave Prince Unpen os Mondays and Thursdays
at 10:30 a.m., for Edmonton, Winnipeg. Toronto, Munbraal, Ottawa, New York nnd nil Eastern Poiutw.
"THE ROAD OF MARVELLOUS   SCENERY."
On Saturdays also Mixed Train, carrying passenger conch, leaves for
Edmonton at 0 a.m., making close connections there with regular passenger train for Winnipeg,
For Steamship and Sleeping Car Reservations, and full information
regarding travel to any uart  of the  world,  apply  to  G. T.  P.
Ticket Office Third Avenue.
Agency All Atlantic and Trans-Paclflc Steamship Lines.
a
nwws,isw»:«««i
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
Sunset, R,-.gina, Rex, Aria, Quince
Crystal and Ruby Fraction Mineral
Claims, situate in the Skeena Mining
Divisluu of Cassair District.
Where located: on Falls Creek,
Granby Bay, B. C.
TARE NOTICE that I, .1 Fred
Ritchie, Free Miner's Certificate .N'o.
90.071B, acling as agent for the
Granby Consolidated Mining, Smelting & Power Co., Limited. Free Miner's Certificate No. !to,S10B, intends,
sixty days from the date hereof, to
apply to the Mining Recorder for a
Certificate of Improvements, for ihe
purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant
nf the above elr.ini.
And furtner take notice that action, under section 85 inns be commenced before the issue of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 4th day of October, 1915.
o-5. J.   Fred  Ritchie,  Agent.
#V
Jf&P
TAN NOTICE.
Prince   Rupert   Assessment   District.
Notice is hereby given in accord-
ante with the Statutes that all assessed taxes, income aud school taxec,
assessed and levieu under the "Taxation Act" and "Public Schools Act"
are now due and payable for the year
1916.
All taxes collectable for the Prince
Rupert Assessment District are due
and payable at my office, situated in
the Provincial Land Registry Building, in the City of Prince Rupert,
B. C.
This  Notice   In   terms  of  law.   Is
equivalent to ■■< personal demand by
ma upon all persons liable for taxes.
> ited    al    Prihc ■    Rupert, n   C,
fnnuai 910
HOMER,
\   ,>   .,,    and    Coll i toi    fin    the
; i in     i:  pi      a   ■ ■   men    : Us   Ic!
MINERAL ALT.
Certificate of Improi ements
NO DICE.
' Merry Widow" Mineral Claim,
jltualo in the Portland Canal Mining
Li, ision of Ca8.iair District,
v, here located' at moulh ot imori-
TAKE NOTICE thai 1. William
Spruck', Free Miner's Certificate N'o.
80,49913 Intends, sixty days from
the (Into hereof, to apply to the Mln-
Ing I ecorder f.r i Certificate of 1m-
l into,  for  the  purpose of ob-
■   lull ., a Crown Grant of the above
claim, .'.nil further take notice that
tion    under   lection   85,   must   be
immenced before the Iss.iO of such
Certificate or improvements.
Dated  this  27th   day  o' September,
ake care of  \. n   nn 6, c-5
Canadian Pacific Railway J
Lowest rates to all Eastern points  via  strainer   to   Vancouver   and £
"""'^Bi<j        Canadian Pacific Railway. p
Meals and  Berth Included   oh   steuinef.      "* - ^  " '
PRINCESS MAQUINNA, SOUTHBOUND, I
Sunday, I! p.m. I
PRINCESS MAY FOR ALASKAN PORTS, I
;               Monday, January 24.
.1. I. PETERS. General Agent, corner Third Ave. nnd Fourth St.
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THE UNION STEAMSHIP CO. OF B.C. LTD" j
N'AAS,  SIMPSON, every  Mon-
VICTORIA,     SEATTLE
S.S. VENTURE—Sails for GRANBY,
day, A.M.
S.S. VENTURE—Sails fo ■ VANCOUVER,
every Tuesday, S    P.M.
S.S. CAMOSUN—Sails for STEWART, GRANBY, SIMPSON, Saturday, 8 A.M.. January, Sth, 22nd: February 6th, 19th;
March 4ih, 18th.
S.S. CAMOSUN—Sails for MASSET, PORT CLEMENTS, Sundays, P.
M.. January 9th,28rd; February 7th, 21s:: .March
oth, 19th.
S.S. CAMOSUN—Sails for SKIDEGATE,   JEDWAY,   IKEDA,   M
days, P.M.,.Ianuary 10th,  24th;   February 7th,  21st;
March 6th, 20th.
S.S. CAMOSUN—Sails for BELLA COOLA, RIVERS INLET, VANCOUVER, January 13th, 27th: February Dith. 24th;
March 9th, 23th.
JOHN BARNSLEY, AGENT, 631  Second Avenue—Phone 508.
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power for fishing boats, tugs a* ' passenger vessels.
Standard Gas Engine Company's I'.ugincs and Parts in stock.
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Columbian Bronze Propellers   storage Butteries, Dynamos *• '
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