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PRINCE RUPERT, B. C,    FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 1916.
Price 5 Cents.
No. 51.
Government Asked To Consider Aid For The Fish Boats
Hon. C. E. Tisdall Promised To Investigate The Matter
Draft Compensation Act
Held To Be Best Of
All On Continent
This morning's session of the B.
C. Federation of Labor was taken up
by an exhaustive address by President McVety on the B. C. Workmen's
Compensation draft act and the acts
of the various states through which
the commission recently passed, says
the Vancouver World of Tuesday.
The speaker outlined the British Columbia Act, which he said, with certain exceptions, was the best of its
kind on the continent. By the elimination of one schedule of the draft,
and the cutting down of the time of
waiting   from   two   weeks   to   three
WASTE OF WARS
NOT SO REAL
ANALYSIS  OF THE  PROPOSITION
WHICH AGITATES ALL AT
THIS TIME
How
The   Industries   Are   Diverted
From One Channel
To Another.
days, the workers of this Province
would be better cared for than In
any other.
Mr. McVety showed himself to be
thoroughly conversant with the subject in hand, and at the conclusion
of this morning's address invited
those present to ask questions on any
point which was suggested to them by
his speech. He strongly urged thejn,
in their consideration of the act, to
judge from present day standpoints,
and not go back to the days of the
dead and gone economists. The question was one, not of the past, but of
the vital present and the future, and
the standards of Karl Marx and
others as applied to it would' be obsolete. At the conclusion of the address
the thanks of the convention were ex.
tended to the speaker for the able
manner in which he had' put the act
before the delegates.
MINISTERS LEAVE
HERE SATURDAY
HON.   C.    E.    TISDALL   IS   VERY
HOPEFUL WITH RESPECT
TO CITY
As An Old-Winer, Of Vancouver, He
Realizes The Situation
Well.
Hon. C. E. Tisdall, Minister of
Public Works, and Hon. William
Manson will leave on Saturday for
the interior, on their way to Kam-
loops. Tonight a smoker will be
tendered them in the Empress Theatre by the local Conservatives.
Mr. Tisdall, who reached the city
yostoroay morning, spent a busy day
visiting points of interest. He will
take occasion to see all the remaining
points before leaving. The city, he
says, reminds him in many ways of
Vancouver in its early days. He, however, frankly admits that this city
should not experience the waiting for
development that the southern city
did.
(Continuea' on Page Four.)
HALIBUT BOATS
ARE INCREASING
THE   FISHING   SEASON   IS  OPENING UP IN REAL
EARNEST
Over 130,000 Pounds  Reached Port
Yesterday From
Tbe Sea.
The halibut boats are coming in
increasing numbers again, with the
opening of the season. Yesterday over
130,000 pounds of halibut were
brought in and landed here.
Of these the Athena, one of tho
regular callers here, with Capt.
Forbes in command, brought in 75,-
000 pounds. The Washington, another American boat, had 50,000
pounds.
One Canadian boat, the Ann St.
Leon, Capt. Clarke, brought 5,000
pounds.
Do not forget the smoker given by
the Conservatives tonight in the Empress Theatre.
G. T. P. Officials Are
In The City Looking
Over The Situation
There arrived in the city yesterday afternoon a party of well known
G. T. P. officials, W. P. Hinton, General Freight and Passanger Manager,
with headquarters in Winnipeg; G. A,
MeNicholl, Assistant General Freight
and Passenger Manager, of this city;
and H. H. Hansard, solicitor for the
company. They were accompanied by
E. A. James, of Winnipeg, who is
interesteu in many fishing and mining
enterprises on the coast. Mr. James
was formerly General Manager of the
Canadian Northern at Winnipeg.
The officials will spend a few days
here, leaving on Saturday for the
south. Mr. James will accompany
them south.
Mr. 'Hinton, who Is very popular
as an official, has a son of nineteen serving as a lieutenant with the
Canadian forces, training for overseas service.    All the male members
The waste of war is more apparent
than real. The true loss to belligerents is not the materials expended in
combat, but the loss of productive
services of the troops engaged In
battle. This loss is not a positive one,
but consists only of what might have
been produced bad there been no war.
Even the expenditure of ammunition
is not entirely waste. Much of the
cost of modern munitions is labor
cost, and this is conserved to the nation just as truly as though It had
been expended in the grinding of
flour or the mining of coal, which respectively are consumed by being
eaten or burned just as effectively as
a shrapnel is destroyed by explosion.
No one would think of describing the
sums annually spent for coal as pure
waste. It is true the coal is consumed and so is the gunpowder, but
neither are of any utility unless thus
used. The loss Is the loss of services
of men producing these commodities
when they might have been producing flour to be eaten or woollens to
be worn. The difference in relative
utility Is the measure of loss and the
(Continued on  Page '.'wo.)
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Board Of Trade Conferred With
Ministers On Subject Of Ship Building
On This Coast And Methods Of Aiding It
The Claims Of The Enterprise As Related To Fishing Boats Was Brought
Up And Will Receive The Attention Of The Government When The
Whole Matter Is Under Consideration-At Suggestion Of Hon. Mr.Man
son Committee Will Prepare Data on Class of Vessels to be Considered
The Council of the Doard of Trade
last evening met with Hon. C. E. Tisdall, Minister of Public Works, and
Hon. William Manson, President of
the Council, In the Provincial Government. The meeting was in connection with the proposed scheme of
assisting shipbuilding on the coast,
and was in fulfilment of a promise,
given by the Minister of Public
Works, through Mr. Manson, that he
would so confer when he came to
Pi'inco Rupert. The conference was
of a very informal character. After
the general subject of aid to oceangoing shipping had been considered
at some length, O. II. Nelson raised
the point as to whether the Government would consider some form of
assistance in the construction of fishing vessels, which would materially
affect this city. Sir. Manson and
others backed this idea up, anil Mr.
Tisdall promised to give il duo 0011-
sidenttion. At the close of the meeting Mr. Manson renuested the President of the Board, G. W. Nickerson,
to have the committee prepare data
relative to that side of the subject,
which will be done.
There was a good attendance at
the meeting, the President of tho
Hoard, G. W. Nickerson being In the
chair.    He Introduced Hon. Mr. Tis-
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d'all and  briefly  outlined  the object
of the meeting.
Minister's l-l.vpliiniitioii.
Mr. Tisdall took little time introducing the subject, which he said he
thought could be best considered by
dealing with it in an informal way.
The Government had not arrived at
any definite conclusion on the subject. There was, however, found to be
a large quantity of lumber, together
with produce, such as potatoes and
apples, that were wanted elsewhere
if they could be got to the markets.
Tn the case of lumber, however,
while Australia wanted It, the situation was such that lumber valued at
$12 at the mills In British Columbia
cost $.1(1 in freight alone to take to
its destination, This had led to the
consideration of the subject of getting
local bottoms.
They had to get bottoms of some 1
kind, in the south the matter was
discussed, and it seemed to be the
Impression that wooden bottoms, with
auxiliary power, should be adopted. It
was not that this was the best, but
it was a matter of expediency.
He   said   he   would   consider  any ! Closer Trade Relations.
proposition looking to the the taking,     Mr. Tisdall believed that when tlie I
of the  products  of  the Province to   war was over, there would be closer]
other markets and tbe bringing back   trade  relations  between  "the mem-
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of return cargoes. hers of the family. '    Australia would 1
W. J. Lynch. prefer to buy British Columbia liuii-
W. J. Lynch thought  that  It was her,   but  was  buying  from  Oregon I
important to consider this, as it was and Washington, because those states
an apportune time to build ships to had shipping,
get products on the market. The fael 1     Mr. Tlso'all Bald one object the Gov-
reniained,   that,  shipbuilders  on   the eminent had  In taking hold of this,
Pacific coast were competing with the was to provide labor for die unein-
bullders in the east.    The climate on ployed In the Province.
this coast was better than the Atlantic coast for carrying out the work.
Canada in future, would be a great
producer of food stuffs. There was
no reason why the cost should be so
much heavier than elsewhere. He
could not see why a New Jersey shipbuilding firm should build in Seattle
If there was any disadvantage In
the work.
Now Was The Time.
If they were ever going to build
ships on the Pacific coast it should
be now. Yards that did not get started now, might never get started, with
the change following tlie close of the
wa r.
Asked by Mr. Tisdall, what he
thought of the matter of raising
money for the work. Mr, Lynch said
I lie did not favor the Government
I guaranteeing the full value of the
undertaking. He would prefer to
see the men interested, have their
money in the investment.
The ships would, he felt, have to
become tramps, seeking trade anywhere it offered.
Capt. Bnbtngton.
Capt. Babington was inclined to
take the opinion of Capt. Copp, rather
than that of Capt. Pyhus, as given in
the south; because the former was accustomed to operate vessels in which
he was interested. In building wooden vessels, the material would nearly
all be got here. Lumbermen and
hardwarenicn might take stock on
payment for material.
A   skilled   shipbuilder,   who   bad
gone  through  the  local  dock  yard,
was in  favor of wooden ships.    He
pointed  out  that tho work  could  go
j right, ahead there.
He believed that the greatest ad
vantage to British Columbia, would
1 be   in   the  actual   construction.   The
impetus to the curving trade would
not be great.
M. ,). Hobln.
M.  J.  Hobln  wanted  to  know if
Mr.    Tisdall    had    any    information
fConlinued on rage Three.)
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of his own family, and those of his
wife's, are in uniform, he says, serving their country.
The G. T. P. expects to have a
large amount of fish to handle out
of here this year. There should, he
says, be a much better year in that
line than there was last season.
On the prairies the company is being kept busy handling the grain
crop. The latest estimate of the production last year, of all kinds of grain,
is put at 832,000,000 bushels. When
it is considered that only 12 per cent,
of the arable land has been brought
under cultivation, the immense possibilities of the country can be estimated.
The effects of the crop and the
good prices Is being felt now in the
small towns, which are prosperous.
The effects have not yet been felt In
the large cities to the full extent.
These are feeling it, however, and
will later in the season derive the
full benefit.
Mr. Hinton says that in British Columbia there are settlers coming In
all the lime. The country along the
line of tlie railway is splendiii for
farming, and this is now beginning
to be known.
Change In Committees.
Owing   to   a   transposition   iu   the
names   of   the   standing   committees
for  the  year,   for  tlie  council,  Aid.
I Casey  was placed  on  tlie  Light  and
I Telephone    committee,    while    Aid,
j Montgomery's name appeared on the
j Hoard  of  Works.     These  have  been
alternated by the Mayor now to meet
his original intention.
P. B. Carr is In the city. He is a
guest at the Hotel Prince Rupert.
Hon. C. i:. Tisdall and Hon. William Manson will deal with questions
or the dnj at the smoker tonight.
Open Wednesday and Snturdny evenings, M. M. Stephens.
SAVE MONEY
Use New Wellington
COAL
PHONE 110,
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Complimentary Smoker
WILL   BE  TENDERED   TO
Hon. C. E. Tisdall, of Public Works
AM)
Hon.Wm. Manson, President of the Council
In Empress Theatre, Friday Evening, Jan. 21
Ai K o'clock Sharp.
The Conservative Association of Prince Rupert extends a hearty
welcome to all citizens to intend the smoker.
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PRINCE RUPERT JOURMJUi
prince ttuuctt journal
Telephone  1,38.
O. H. NELSON, Editor.
Officii    L28    Third    Avenue   East.,
gear McBride StM*'.. Telephone 138;   '
Pc:-.tofflcc Box 607.
DAILY   EDITION.
Published every morning except
Monday. Delivered by carrier in the
city at the following rate, if paid in
ad vanes;—
One Year     $>r'-00
Six  Months     $2.50
Three Months     $1.25
If   not    paid   in   advnc",
per   Mouth      S".50
Published every Friday for clr.cu-
.ation outside the City of Prince
Rupert at $2.00 a year, addressed to
jwints in Canada; or $3.00 a year to
all points in the United KlngdoM
the United states or ether foreign
counu'les.
Advertising  Rates  Upon  Application
Telephone  138.
rive here for the purpose of investigating what there is in the territory
continuous to here. The outlook Is
bright for the season. Then is no
reason for doubting that, early this
spring, there will lie a real live boom,
3 mining is concerned in
this  district.
WASTE OF WARS.
(Coninued from Page One.)
Friday,  January  21,  1916.
THK PISHING FLEET.
The city of Prince Rupert has not
developed its lumber industry to anything like a full oegree. That industry is yet in its infancy as far as this
port is concerned. When the question of aiding shipbuilding is considered in-Vancouver, it is in view of
the fact that lumbering is its main
industry, sure to be looked at from
the standpoint of the lumber carrying industry. Prince Rupert, on the
other hand, has as its first Industry
up to the present, the fishing business.
It is therefore only to be expected
that citizens here should consider the
Industry of shipbuilding, as it affects
the premier industry of the place,
fishing. It. was, therefore, not surprising that when the Board of Trade
ap; roached Hon. Mr. Tisdall last evening the subject of the fishing fleet
should' come up. If some form of
bonus could be granted to the building of fishing boats here, it would
work to the advantage, not only of
this city, but also to the benefit of
the whole coast, and even to the Dominion. Canadian fishing boats,
operating out of here, would mean
the building up of a hardy fishing
class on the coast to man the boats.
A iocally owned fleet would develop
a prosperous city in this place.
fi ol I tiese commodities is : be duration ol thi loss hi thi nation, and it
! may readily be seen that within a few
years after peace, an Industrious belligerent ..ill have completely recovered.
li Is a question of very nice analysis whether national economy in the
manufacture of useless luxuries does
not greatly offset, the loss of service
of men in the field and munition factories. In France the production of
laces and perfumes has greatly decreased. Workers In such manufactories have been transferred to the
production of munitions and service
in the field. If then, for example,
there was sufficient economy in luxuries, the loss to the nation would
only be those things which might
have been produced but which were
not. «.      c
The price of the commodities in no
way refects the loss to a belligerent,
whatever the amount of that loss may
be. The loss is in economic goods
other than money, since tlie coiomer-
clal turnover in no way affect's the
result. .Much of the money spent by
the belligerent governments, which is
frequently considered the measure of
national waste, is spent time an again
ill the course of a war, and finds its
way back into the national purse by
taxation, to be again expended for
the maintenance of the army.
The thing which attracts attention
is that all the purchases are being
made from one source, whereas formerly they were made by a million
Individuals.—From American Industries.
MINERAL ACT.
(Form F.l
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
Mayday, Maypole and Mayflower
Fraction Mineral Claims, situate in
the Skeena Mining Division of Cassiar District
Wheie located: on Hidden Creek,
Granby  Bay,  B.  C.
TAKE XOTICE that I, J. Fred
Ritchie, Free Miner's Certificate No.
9fl,071B, acting as agent for the
Granby Consolidated Mining, Smelling & Power Co., Limited. Free Miner's Certificate N'o. 90.S10B. intends,
sixty days from tbe date hereof, to
apply to the Mining Recorder for a
Certificate of Improvements, for the
pruiiose. of obtaining a Crown Grant
of the above claim,
And further take notice inat action
under section 85, must be commenced before the ssuc of such Certificate of Improvements,
jated this 4fch day of October, 1916.
0-5 J. Fredd Ritchie, Agent.
HOTEL DIRECTORY
SYNOPSIS      OF      COAL
ItEtJL'LATIONS.
MINING
THE MINING OUTLOOK.
Mining men  are continuing to ar-
J. H. HILDITCH
Contractor and Builder
Estimates given on all   classes ol
work,  whether  small  nr large.   Per.
■onal attention  ulven to every Item.
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I B. C. Undertakers
beg to inform their friends and
the public generally that they
have engagea' 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 Asistant always in attendance to care for ladles and
children.
Office and Parlors No. 117,
corner -nd Street and 2nd Ave.
Phone IL  Open Day and Night   §
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Red Cross Sale.
The Red Cross sale will be held
Jan. 21, from 10 to 6, in Spttrr's new
market, Third Avenue. Mrs. Wood-
lano and Mrs. Humble will be the
ladies in charge, and Mrs, Brady will
serve tea, kindly donated by Mrs.1
Spurr. More home cooking is required
at these sales if they are to be continued. Don't let this work fall to
the same few ladies every week, as
heretofore. There has been no time,
since the war started, that Red Cross
work has been more necessary than
the present. Get your name on the
list of donators this week, and keep
it. there weekly until the Allies have
crushed German and Austrian tyranny.
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BELGIAN FUND.
An account has been opened at the
Canadian Bank of Commerce in the
nsme of the Belgian Relief Commit-
to, and subscriptions for tlie relief
of these worthy people are now in
order. There will bo no canvass made,
and citizens are requested' to deposit
what they can afford. The fund is
economically managed and citizens
may rest nssiinyl Ihat every dollar
will do a hundred cents' worth of
work in aiding those patriots. The account will be open until January
81. if.
M, M. Stephens wmils your business. j-5
Tbe Morning Journal delivered to
your home at 50 cents a month.
LIQUOR ACT,   iniO.
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(Section 12.)
NOTICE Is hereby given, that on
tbe First day of December next, application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police, for
renewal of tbe Hotel License to sell
liquor liy retail in the hotel known
as tbe Nicholl Hotel, In the village
if Nicholl, B. C, In the Province of
British  Columbia.
Nicholl Hotel Co., Limited
Applicant,
0-9       JENS   ANDERSON,   Manager.
SPRUCE LOGS WANTED.
Wanted large quantity Spruce logs,
of good sine, 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
Tl e 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 distant in
a southeast direction from the shore
of an unnamed lake situated near
the summit of the divide between
the 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 point
of commencement, and containing
640 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 in the Portland Canal Mining
Division of Cassiar District. Where
located, at Swamp Point, Portland
Canal, B. C.
TAKE NOTICE that I, J. Fred Ritchie, Free Miner's Certificate No. 90,-
071B, 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 purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of
the above claim. And further take
notice that, action, under section 85,
must he commenced before the Is-
iianco of such Certificate of Improve-
mentss.
Dated   tills  20th   day   of  Oct.    A.   I).
1915. w-d-1
J.  FRED  RITCHIE,  Agent.
Coal mining rlghi of tho Dominion in Manitoba. Piskatchewan and
Alberta, the Y-:on Territory, the
Northwest Territories and a portion
of the Province of British Columbia,
may be leased for a term Of twen-
ty-one years at an annual rectal of
?l per acre. Not mnre than 2,560
acres will be leased to one applicant.
Applications ''•■: a leas- must he
made by tlie applicant in ,ierson to
th Agent or Sub-Agent of the dis-
tric in which the riglits ..pilb'd ror
are situated.
In surveyed territory the land
must '.e described by sections, or
legal subdivisions of sections, and
In unsurveyed territory tbe tract ip-
piied for shall tie staked Out by the
applicant himself.
Each application must be accjm-
panied by a fee of j&, which will be
rrfundtd if the righto applied for are
not available, but not otherwise. A
royalty shall be paid en the merchantable output of the mine at the
rate of five tents per ton.
The person operating the mine
shall furnisa the Agent with sworn
'returns accounting for the fujl
quantity of merchantable coal mined
and pay the royalty thereon. If the
coal mining rights re not being operated, such returns sliculd e furnished at least once a year.
Tbe lease will include the coal
mining rights only; but the lessee
may be permittel to purchase whatever available surface rights may be
considered necessary for the working of the mine at the rate of $10
per acre.
For full .nformation application
should be made to t:.o 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 Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that R. N. Ferguson, agent, 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
60 chains north of the mouth of
Joseph Creek, to the southeasl corner
of C. L. No. 10,148, thence SO chains
north, thence 80 chains east, thence
80 chains south, thence 80 chains
west to the point of commencement.
R. N. FERGUSON and A. M. HALL
Name of applicants
G. W. KERR, Agent.
w-s-15
Members of the Prince Rupert
Licenseu Vintners' Association
WINDSOR HOTEL
Cor.   of  Firs-.   Ave. und   Eighth
W. H. WRIGHT, Prop.
HOTEL CENTRAL
First Ave. aud Seventh St.
European  an i  American  J.'lnns
$1.00 to .;>2.50 Per Dnj.
Peter Black, Prop.
KNOX IIO'IUL
list     Ave.    Between    Kightli     und
Ninth
European Plan;  Rales oOc to $1.00
Pur Day
Besner & Besner, Itoo*.
EMPRESS HOT hi.
3. Y. Rochester V. D. Casley
Third Ave, Bet worn Sixth and
Seventh Sis.
Enrepean  Plan;  BOc to DM  Per Day
ROYAL HOTEL
Oorley & Burgess, Props.
Third Ave. and Sixth St.
European Plan Steam Heated
BEAVER      WHOLESALE     LIQUOR
CO., LIMITED
Second Ave. und Sixth St.
Phone 102
JRINCE RUPERT IMPORTING CO.
LIMITED
Empress Hotel Building—Thiitl Ave.
Phone 7
The   Morning    Journal    50   rents
per month.
Dated July  17, 1915.
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T1MHER SALE X 541.
Sealed tenders will be received by
the Minister of Lands not later than
noon on the 19th day of January,
1916, for the purchase of Licence X
541, to cut 1,256,000 feet of Hemlock
and .Spruce, on an area adjoining L.
1,(125, East Arm, Juskatla Arm,
Graham Island, Queen Charlotte
Islands District.
Two (2) years will be allowed for
removal of limber. Further particulars of the Chief Forester, Victoria,
B. C. *t-d-28.
MINERAL ACT.
(Form F.)
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
"Rosalie" Mineral Claim, situate in
the Portland Canal Mining 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, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of tbe 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
The Morning Journal delivered to
your home at 50 cents a month.
Reduced Price of
MILK
The Standard Dairy
will   deliver  pure  milk   of  Its
usual high standard
nl 5 cents a Pint
or 10 cents a Quart.
Phone Standard Dairy.
fc000
Blue 247
Capt. J. McGee
M.M.8.A.
Masters and Mates prepared
for examination. Compass adjuster.
Phone Red 502
"NAUTICAL   ACADEMY"
Helgerson Block, opposite
Royal Hotel
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Corner Second Ave and 4th St.
Pianos   and   other   musical   instruments for sale.
g Pianos to Rent.
A   large   assortment   of   sheet
music. Classic songs and music,
and all the popular selections
of the day.
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General  Teuuijig
Furniture  Moving  a  Specialty.
WXien you  buy COAL buy  the  I3CS1
— Ladysmlth   Lump   or   ConiOX
Washed   Nut.
The Queen Charlotte
Oil Fields Limited
Olliee will open today in Lnw-ltutler
Building (oi  side ol u limited
amount of   Treasury Stock
GEO.  F.    MACDOXALI),    Sec-Treat.
New Wellington
Coal
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Cleanest, Brightest and Best      !
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Second Avenue
8t-w-2-w.
Phone 116
PHONE 554
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APERHANGING
AINTING
OLISH1NG AND
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HIGH-GRADE    INTERIOR
DECORAITINf;    A    SPECIALTY
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SECOND AVE. MEAR McBRlDE
THE MOST COMFORTABLE
TOURING CAR
IN THE CITY
Ansueiu all culls day und night
Prince Rupert Transfer Co.
--FOR-
Coal, Furniture Moving, Baggage
and Heavy Teaming
W. J. CRAWFORD, Manager
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CARPET    BEATERS,  GARBAGE  PkV 9
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along the line of, how long ii would
be before the shipping, locked up
through the war, would lie tree
again.
Mr, Tisdall said that il was felt
that it would be some time after the
war before the shipping would be
free. . There would be the transport
of troops, etc.
Insurance Question.
.Mr. Hobln alluded to the fact that
Lloyd's had ceased to Insure wooden
bottoms. Then must be some reason
for that, li mighl bo questionable
whether wooden ships should he
built.
Mr. Tisdall said that Lloyd's did
Insure wooden vessels, but not for as
long as steel ones. The conditions
were not normal. A wooden vessel
might be built in about six months.
Two voyages would pay for it.
Mr. Hobin thought this was a cold
business proposition. Someone had to
pay for the boats.    He thought steel
vessels would be the class to be built.
F. IV. Hnrt.
F. W. Hart believed that spruce
might be used to some extent. He was
ready to subscribe money to engage
in the enterprise.
Mayor McCaffery.
Mayor McCaffery said he did not
know much about shipbuilding. It
was a matter that, they might well
engage in. He was an optimist and
would not worry about the getting of
crews, nor about getting cargoes. He
would like to see the Government
do anything to help in starting building vessels here, either steel of wooden.
A. C. Guide.
A. C. Garde pointed out that there
were iron ores in abundance on this
coast, of the best kind. The treating
of these by electricity seemed to be
the correct one. He hoped to see
the Imperial or the Dominion Governments aid in this. If they started
with wooden vessels, he felt that it
would end in steel ships.
,1. Ilui'iisley.
John Barnsley thought if the Gov.
ernment was to give any issistanoe,
It should be by bonus: If a bonus
was to be given for vessels, for overseas trade, why not for coasting vessels. As far as cargo was concerned
that was up to the owners. It was nol
up to the Government.
O. H. Nelson.
O. H. Nelson asked if the Government had ever consinered any vessels
outside those for deep sea carrying,
and if it would be considered.
Mr. Tisdall said it had not, but
if there was anything to put forward,
he would be glad to hear it.
Mr. Nelson then introduced the
subject, of lisliing vessels. He pointed
out that the port now claimed to be
the premier fishing port, and anything connected with it was of deep
concern here. He alluded to tbe fact
that the war conditions had prevented local citizens from being aide to
invest in a scheme for building lisliing boats, and if the Government
could, in connection with this scheme,
do something to aid in that way. it
would be appreciated, it would build
I up a Canadian lisliing fleet manned
by Canadians. Al tbe present time
th<' business was largely done by
American bottoms. These were welcome here, but there was a great
opening for Canadian boats.
Hon. William Manson,
Hon. Win. Mansnn was glad that
the point, as to the lisliing vessels,
bad been raised, lie thought that
that could well be pressed upon the
Government, There was an opening
for a large fleet of fishing vessels
here, and lie felt the Minister should
be given all tbe Information possible
upon that point.
Mr. Hobin alluded to the danger
that the United Stales might put tbe
duty on again, which would interfere
With  the Canadian bottoms. .
Mr. Tisdall asked what a fishing'
schooner would cost.
Mr. Iloblu said a schooner would
cost ?10,00u.
President Nickerson said tho same ,
vessel would coil $in,0n0 built here.
G. IV. Nickerson.
Mr. Nickerson felt that the main
object of the Government was to get
the shipbuilding industry started. The
Government should not be concerned
so much in tlie matter of carrying
surplus lumber. It was to get Canadian in ttoms built here.
He backed up thi idea of aid in
fishing liea's here. Tbe Canadian
business was growing, and he fell
also that the duty would not be put
hack on  by  the United  states.
Capt. Babington also approved of
the scheme.
Mr, Nelson said the Canadian consumption was a growing one and
American companies even contemplated catering to the Canadian end by
forming subsidiary companies.
The Bonus Plan.
Mr. Lynch thought, in the matter
of building fishing boats, a bonus
that would recompense tlie builder
to the extent of the duty paid, should
be granted. That need only be temporary until the industry got started.
Minister's Conclusion.
Mr. Tisdall said that he hoped they
had all reached the conclusion here
in British Columbia, that they could
not get rich by trading lots with one
another. (Applause). They were trying to develop the resources of the
country.
He felt that Prince Rupert had
good prospects. The increase in tho
northwest farming section meant a
larger consumption of fish from here.
He was informed that, even now, only
12 per cent, of the arable land was
under cultivation. 3e was glad to
see Prince Rupert reaching out for
the fish trade. It was that trade that
first made Vancouver. It was the
salmon business. That, however,
existed for a few months each year
only. This port had a different prospect. The halibut was not the only
fish. The black cod, to. his mind, was
the best fish caught in these waters.
Mr. Tisdall said be hoped to see
trainloads going out of here, where
carloads now were moved. He had
been informed, that in a section of
the country, along the lino of the
G T. V., near Hazelton, there was
the best mineralized section in the
Province.
Prince Rupert need not despair. It
would come in for great things, ann
the southern neighbors would rejoice
to see it.
In conclusion, be thanked the
Board, and referred to the good that
was done by the Boards of Trade. He
himself had had a great deal of satisfaction in serving on such bodies. He
wished them every success.
Good music will, us usual, he u
feature of the Conservative smoker
tonight,
Insure now with M. M. Stephens.
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TAN  NOTICE.
Prince   Rupert   Assessment    District.
Nol ice is hereby given in accordance with the Statutes that all assessed taxes, income and school taxes,
assessed and levied under the "Taxn-
Hnn Act" and "Public Schools Act"
are now due and payable for the year
1916.
All taxes collectable for the Prince
Rupert Assessment District are duo
and payable at my office, situated in
the Provincial Land Registry Building, in the City of Prince Rupert,
B. C.
This Notlre in terms of law, is
equivalent to a personal demand by
me upon all persons liable for taxes.
Dated at Prince Rupert, B, C.
January 8th, 1916.
C.  W. HOMER,
Assessor and Collector for the
Prince Rupert Assessment  District.
The Morning Journal
50c. per Month
G. T. P. SCHEDULES
Steamship
Service
To The South \
S. S. PRINCE GEORGE—Sails   every Saturday at !l a.m.
j    S. S.  PRINCE   M)tl\--S;ii!s every Tuesday nl 7 p.m.
TRAINS FOR THE EAST
Passenger Trains leave Prince Rupert on Mondays and Thursdays
at lOitlu a.m., for Edmonton, Winnipeg. Toronto. Montreal, Ottawa, New Vork and nil Eastern Points.
"THE ROAD OF MARVELLOUS   SCENERY."
On Saturdays also Mixed Train, earn ing passenger coach, leaves for
Edmonton at 0 a.m., raaklag close connections there with regular passenger train lor Winnipeg.
For Steamship and Sleeping Oar Reservations, and full information
regarding travel to any part  of tlie world,  apply  to  6. T. P.
Ticket Office Third Avenue.
Agency All Atlantic und Trans-Pncillc Steamship Lines.
Canadian Pacific Railway
Lowest rotes to till IOastern point* via steamer to  Vancouver and
Canadian Pacific Railway.
Meals and Berth Included   on   steamer.
PRINCESS MAQCINNA, SOUTHBOUND,
Sunday, (I p.m.
PRINCESS MAY FOR ALASKAN PORTS,
Monday, January 24.
J. I. PETERS, General Agent, e inner Third Ave. and Fourth St.
I THE UNION STEAMSHIP CO, OF B.C. LTD"
8    S.S. VENTURE—Sails for GRANBY, NAAS,  SIMPSON, every  Mon-
| day, A.M.
K     S.S. VENTURE—Sails fO'VANCOUVER,     VICTORIA,     SEATTLE.
O every Tuesday, S   P.M.
§     S.S. CAMOSUN—Sails for STEWART, GRANBY,  SIMPSON, Saturday, 8 A.M., January, 8th, 22nd; February nth, 19th;
g March 4th, 18th.
a S.S. CAMOSUN—Sails for MASSET, PORT CLEMENTS, Sundays, P.
M., January 9th,23rd; February 7th, 21st; March
5th, 19th.
S.S. CAMOSUN—Sails for SKIDEGATE, .IEDWAY, IKEDA, Mondays, P.M..January 10th, 24th; February 7th, 21et;
March Cth, 20th.
S.S. CAMOSUN—Sails for BELLA COOLA, RIVERS INLET, VANCOUVER, January 13th, 27th; February 10th, 24th;
March 0th, 23th.
JOHN BARNSLEY, AGKNT, 031  Second Avenue—Phone .">««.
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RUPERT MARINE IRONWORKS AND
SUPPLY CO., LIMITED
WATERFRONT,   PRINCE   RUPERT
ENGINEERS      MACHINISTS   AND MACHINERY.   CONTRACTORS
Specialists  in  Marine  Power  Plant-   Oil, Steam,  Or Gasoline,
13. C. Const Agenlsc for the British   Kromlioul   Beml-IHosel  Oil  Engine—tlie most reliable and    economical,    and    the    cheapest
power for fishing  boats, tugs a- ' passenger lessclx.
Standard Gas Engine Company's Engines and Parts in stock.
•£        .   .
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Steel,  lion. Oils, Wire Rope, Batata   ISclliii.   II,  O,      Wood    Pulleys,
Coliiiniiiun Bronze Propellers, storage Batteries, Dynamos ai
.Mai in. ■ Accessories.
. alii—I'iist-class equipment    end staff for machine anil ship re»
pairs. ii i
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HAYNER BROS
Pioneer Funeral Directors »nil
Einbalmeis. Open liny and
Night.     i.allies'     Assistant     In
Attendance.
PHONE 86,    710 THIRD AVE. g
i'nons Blue 183        Res. Pbons MI
UP-TO-DATE
LINDSAY'S CARTAGE &ST0RAGL
12(3   FOURTH   STREET
JINGLE POT COAL
'• handled'by  ua   All orderii receH*
.i''ii|'- attention   Phone-No, tik
♦ Friday,  January   21,  1916.
rKINCE RUPERT JOURNAL
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E^e Troubles Corrected
Mr. Bulger has had over ten years experience in sight testing
and -.tin; glasses, and lasl mid-summer took a past graduate
course, wkieh included the latest discoveries iu th science of ep-
tonie ry »r eye measuring. One of the most inn irtaat is dynamic skiametry. The new method of Prof. A. ,1. Cross, of New
York, in which tho eye is measured by a beam '.f reflected light
and a - i y error is recorded.
But we do nol simply rely on one method; each eye is tested S
separately, in three different ways, besides tryil'g Ihe muscular bai- g
ance, together and the ncrvsus   acutenoss. S
We use the new drugless methoas, no drops in the eye aud no g
heavy frame resting on your faoe; ours swings from the wall by a g
bracket.
PRICES AS  LOW  AS  ANYWHERE
BULGER & DENIKE
OPTICIANS   AND   JEWELLERS
A. E. WRIGHT
Provincial and  Dominion Land Surveyor—Surveying   and   Engineering.
letween  Second and Third  Avenues
P. O. Bo.v  10.
SAVE YOUR
EYES
DR. J. S. BROWN, DENTIST
Crown and Bridge Work a
Specialty
Office:   Smith   Block,   Third   Avenue
Phone 454.
IMPERIAL MACHINE WORKS
Engines   Installed   aud   General
| Repairs
Ivy-Acetylene   L-Mnnt   in   Connectio
| Phone Red 150 Third Avenue
WEEKLY EDITION.
If you would save your eyes—have
them fitted perfectly with glasses by
DR. INMAN
Offices—78S  Exchange Building
Prince Rupert Journal
SOc. per Month
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I   Blakely Co., Jewellers,
S and Watch Repairers
HARRY SELFE a watchmaker of long experience has been put in
charge of that department—Satisfaction guaranteed.
See our stock of nuggets from the North. Make your choice .vhllc
they lust and have them made up in the city as stick-pin, brooch
or pendant.
Encourage Home Industry and keep the money In the city.
EVES TESTED SCIENTIFICALLY" by an expert in that line of
work—Latest appliance for testing.
HIGH CLASS STOCK TO CHOOSE FROM
Corner Third Avenue and Sixth Street
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Notice! The Latest!
lly  persistent  experimenting  1 have now evolved a system of heating two looms in a residence with your kitchen range, besides sup-   ?
plying   hot   water   for  domestic uses, regardless of the position of   X
t 5
0    the range boiler.    lly the turning of one valve you turn your stove   e
a
5 into a bouse heating system.    I am now trying to improvise a ther-
6 moetic automatic valve which will do away with the handling of any
0    valves.
O
0     Now in use anil on exhibition at  my shop,   l!JI) Second Avenue.
I
HARRY HANSON,'
CHE   RELIABLE   n,I .Mlll.lt
bone  I Kit
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Royal Bank of Canada
HEAD   OFFICE:   MONTREAL ESTABLISHED   18»>l»
Capital    S 11,800,000
Reserved   Fund $ 18,000,000
I'olnl   Assets     $188,000,000
Savings  ISiink  Department—$1  will open an account
Branches   Throughout   Canada and Hanking Connections With All
Parts of the Unite/ States. Agents Throughout the World.
H. P. WILSON. Manager       - - Prince   Rupert   Branch
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GOVERNMENT   WEATHER
REPORT.
Furnished by F. W.  bowling.
For 24  hours ending 5  p.i
MAY  HOLD CARNIVAL
ON SKATING RINK
THIS EVENING
Bar reduced to sea level   . . .  28.953
Highest  temperature       28.
Lowest temperature 22.
Precipitation    DO
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I PERSONALS i
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H. Raskin, of Winnipeg, a fur
dealer, is here on one of his regular
visits.
• $     m
J. II. Gray, of Victoria, a well
known engineer arrived from the interior by the train yesterday afternoon.
«     *    «
J. V. Rittenhouse, who is interested
in the extensive Iron deposits on the
Copper River, returned to the city
from the south yesterday.
* »    *
Julius Levy, formerly of this city,
arrived here yesterday on a business
trip, representing his well known
brands of cigars.
• *    *
,T. J. Price, of Seattle, a well known
mining man is in the city, a guest
at the Hotel Prince Rupert. He is
interested in properties along the line
of the G. T. P.
* *     *
Angus Stewart, formerly of this
city, is here. He is on his way to
visit the mines in which he is interested in the interior. Tony McHugh,
another of the old sub-contractors on
the G. T. P., will arrive today ana
proceed to the mines also.
Owing to the change in the weath-
erfl the holding of a carnival at the
open-air rink had to be cancelled.
Those in charge are jw in hopes of
being able to put it on this evening.
This wi'l be done if ihe weather
permits of that course.
If the carnival is held, the following programme will take place:
1. Best fancy costume—Lady.
2. Best fancy costume—Gentleman.
3. Best comic costume—Lady.
i     4.  Best    comic   costume—Gentleman.
5. Best lady skater.
6. Best gentleman skater.
7. Best fancy costume, girl under
16 years.
8. Best fancy costume, boy under
15 years.
9. Best comic costume, girl under
15 years.
10. Best comic costume, boy under
16 years.
Races.
11. 1 Mile handicap.
1 2.  1 Mile closed race.
13. Half Mile backwards.
14. Half Mile Ladies.
15. Half Mile lady and gent.
113.  Obstacle race.
A great matched race will also be
held.
A suitable list of prizes is being
prepared'.
Rates   For  Advertising   Under  Any
Heading.
Minimum charge of ad.       25c
One Insertion, per word        lc
Six consecutive insertions     4c
Twenty-six consecutive insertions
(one month)       15c
Birth notice, one insertion   ... 50c
Marriage notice, one insertion . . SOc
Death notice, one insertion .... 50c
Card   of  thanks     SOc
All condensed advertisements are
cash in advance, otherwise ene cent
a word each insertion straight.
*WH«»3KII««W«»e03Wre^^
Classified Ads.
HELP WANTED.
Girl for general housework, good
plain cook, references required;
twenty-five dollars per month. Apply
Mrs. Frank LaZelle, Terrace, B. C. 4t
BARGAIN IN FURNITURE.
Mr. and Mrs. Bazett-Jones, 736
Fourth Avenue E., are leaving for the
East shortly and will offer their furniture for private sale at bargain
prices. 1-w
MINISTERS LEAVE.
(Continued trom Page One.)
Mr. Tisdall informed himself well
upon the resources of this part of the
Province. He has discussed with the
Departments of Mines and Agriculture, the possibilities of the districts
along the line of the G. T. P., and is
very enthusiastic over them.
On his present tour through this
part of the Province, he is looking
into the best possible disposition that
can be made of public money to develop the country. Like every person and organization, he says the
Province is forced to economize. It
Is the desire to make the very best
use of the money.
MINERAL ACT.
(Form F.)
For the Long Cold
Nights
" A HOT
WATER
BOTTLE"
2 Quart
3 Quart
$2.00
$2.50
Good, fresh, Red Rubber
Guaranteed two years
FOR SALE.
.Furniture of ten rooms, including
stoves, beds, bedding, rugs, dressers,
pictures, piano, wardrobe cabinets,
kitchen cabinet, chairs, etc.
LEE L. BAKER, 34:{ Second Ave.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
Sunset, R^gina, Rex, Aria, Quince,
Crystal and Ruby Fraction Mineral
Claims, situate in the Skeena Mining
Division of Cassair District.
Where located: on Falls Creek.
Granby Bey, B. C.
TAKE NOTICE that I, J. Fred
Ritchie, Free Miner's Certificate No.
90.071B, acting as agent for the
Granby CousoIIdaxed Mining, Smelting & Power Co., Limited. Free Miner's Certificate No. 90.810B, intends,
sixty days from the date hereof, to
apply to tbe Mining Recorder for a
Certificate of Improvements, for the
purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant
of the above claim.
And furtner take notice Ihat action, under section 85 mus be commenced before the Issue of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 4th day of October, 1915.
o-5. J. Fred  Ritchie, Agent.
LOST.
A bunch of keys on ring, on
Fourth Street, Second Street or Third
Avenue—finder please leave at Little's News Stand. 2t.
CYRIL H.ORME
" The Pioneer Druggist"
MINERAL ACT.
MINERAL ACT.
(Form h.)
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
Quartz No. 1; Quartz No. 1, Frac,
Quarts N». 2; Quartz No. 3; Quartz
No. 4; Quartz No. 5; Quartz No. 6;
Quartz No. 7: Quartz No. 8; Quarts
No. 9; Quartz No. 10; Quartz No. 11;
Quartz No. 12; Quartz No. 13;
Quartz No. 14' Quartz No. 15; Quartz
No. 16; Quartz No. 17; Quartz No.
18; Quartz No. 19; Quartz No. 22;
Quartz No 23; Quartz No. 24; Quartz
No. 25B, Mineral Claims, situated in
the Skeena Mining Dlvlsio . of Cassiar
District. Where local d: 5n Granby Peninsula, Observatory Inlet, B. C.
(Form F.)
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
"Tiger," Black Bear" and "Thel-
ma" Mineral Claims, situate in the
Portland Canal Mining Division of
Cassair District. Where located, on
Glacier Creek.
TAKE NOTICE that 1, George
Rudge, Free Miner's Certificate No.
80.511B, acting for myself and as
3gent for James A. Robertson, Free
Miner's Certificate No. 94.052B, Administrator of the Donald A. Robertson estate and George Matheson,
Free Miner's Certificate No. 93.874B,
Intend, sixty days from the date
hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining
a Crown Grant of the above claim.
And further take notice that action,
under section 85, must be commenced
before the Issue of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this  2nd  day of Nov.  A.  D.
1915. w-d-1
Quality
vs.
Journal Ads. Bring Results
Imitation
The difference between a real thing and an imitation of it is illustrated by the difference between
"Budweiser" Beer and beers that seek to resemble
tudweiser
The nearest to the original that imitators ever came was in
the counterfeiting of our label. But they have never produced a beer that in any way equals "Budweiser/* nor can
they ever.
Budweiser i> bottled only (with cork,
or crown cap.) at the
Anheuser-Busch Brewery
St. Louis, Mo.
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