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VOL,.  V.
PRINCE RUPERT,  B.  C„ FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10,  1915.
Price   5   Cents.
NO.  86.
German Aircraft
Came To Grief Off
Coast Of Denmark
London, Feb. 18.—No marine
disasters were reported at the end
of the first day of the German "paper blockade" of-the British coast,
but instead of that two of the largest German aircraft came to grief
off the coast of Denmark.
One was a Zeppelin and the other
a Parsival. In the case of the Zeppelin eleven of lhe crew were rescued and four drowned, lu the oilier
case the crew were all saved.
arrivals at the
Hotel prince ropert
H. VV. Miller and wife, Vancouver; 11. E. Goldberg, Vancouver; Mr.
and Mrs. M. C. Rogers, Vancouver;
VV. .1. Kenyon, Vancouver; R. II.
Bryce, Winnipeg; S. C. White, Vancouver; 11. W. Locke, Victoria; A.
1-1. Bain, Vancouver; Thos. Cave aud
wife, Vancouver; Alias L. Metcalfe,
Vancouver; T. Ileiiney, Winnipeg;
R. W. Lawlor, San Francisco; E.
W. Griffiths, Vancouver; Mrs. C. W.
Haney, Portland, Ore.; Mrs. Bonner
Portland, Ore.; .1. G. Millichamp,
Vancouver; .1. McNeill, AJdermere;
<1 E. A. Neville, Vancouver; A. W.
Hart, Vancouver; L. Lyle, Vancouver; .Mrs. \V. .1. I.vie, Vancouver;
Win. Peterson, Regina; D. Smith,
Saskatoon; F. G, Evans, Saskatoon;
R. II. otiingliain, Winnipeg; It, W.
Sargent,    Winnipeg;     Amy     Tanke,
CANADIAN CLUB
ELECTS OFFICERS
IT  IS  ROPED   THAT   FROM   NOW
ON THERE WILL BE MORF
LUNCHEONS POSSIBLE.
Bishop Du  Vcruct  Mas Been    Named
as President for tlie
Year.
In the Court House last evening
the Canadian Club held its annual
meeting and named oliicers for the
year. These are as follows: President, Bishop Du Vernet; first vice-
president, Wm. Hanson, M.P.P.;
second vice-president, G. R. Naden;
secretary, C. T. Howard; treasurer.
Rev. VV. E. Collison; committee,
Rev. Canon Rix, VV. E. Williams, J.
II. McMullin, O. II. Nelson, L. VV.
i Patmore, II. F. McRae, J. C. Halsey,
and W. S. Fisher. Judge Young is
a member of the executive ex officio as retiring president.
Judge Young, in retiring from oflice, explained that in tlie past there LQ Sv,„imt|,v with German Militni-
had not been as many addresses asi
could have been hoped for. This
was due to tho fact that it had been i
difficult to get in touch with pros-l
pective speakers before they arrived
CANADIAN EXPRESS
HAVE LOCAL AGENT
Increase In Business Has Made It
Necessary To Locate A Special
Representative In The City---A. D.
Gillies Is Here To Take Up Duties
Russians Repulsed
In East Prussia
Says Berlin Report
TAG DAY FOR
ST. JOHN'S HOSPITAL
The increase iir business here over
the G. T. P. has made it necessary
to open a separate oilice in the city.
Up to the present time the express
business has been . handled by tbe
local G. T. P. agent, T. C. Chalmers,
at the G. T. P. wbarf. From now on
the local express agent will have an
offlce there and look after all Ihe
business pertaining to that end of
the service.
The local agent is already on the
ground. It is A. D. Gillies, who
comes from the Winnipeg offlce. He
arrived last night by train, together
with VV. 11. Nattiess, tlie route
agent of the Canadian Express Com
pany,  wiih   headquarters  in  Edmonton,
Mr. Naltress points out that the
decision to put an agent here was
reached because of the ever-increasing, business that the company has.
The fish trade is making a lot of
extra business and with a representative right on the ground it is
hoped that the work will be done!
with greater ease.
He says that lhe business of the
express company is developing in a
very satisfactory way. Everything
that can be done will be attempted
to serve tiie interests of the fish
business here.
[LOCAL SUBSCRIPTIONS WILL  BE
TAKEN SHORTLY  FOR THE
PURPOSE.
LOYALTY OF THE
GERMAN-CANADIANS
W.   G.   \VEICHE_i,    .MEMP.El!    FOB
NORTH   WATERLOO,   SPEAKS
FOR   COUNTRYMEN.
ism—Faithful   to
Canada.
Dundwin;    George   C.     Moure
ami
Wife,   Winnipeg;   R.   W.   Moore    and
wife,  Winnipeg;  A.  Gillies, wife and {should   not   have   other    than    good
in the city.    It was now likely that
with   the   G.    T.   1'.    line    completed
speakers    would    arrive    more   ire-;
quently.    Tiie Club  had  fell   thai   II
family, Winnipeg; ft. W. Roberts,
Seattle; S. T. Ste enson, Seattle; I..
Atkins. ^. attb ; 1). I). Goertz, .
lie; Pete 10din. Seattle; Mrs. i i,
Crowell, Prince George; E. A. Port-
man, Winnipeg; S. D. Murphy,
Smithers; it. C. Ward. Smithers;
Mr. and Mrs. ("!. Hull, Smitheri :
George Fenabskl, P ince Geori
Mrs.   Frank  A.  Ellis,  Princa George,
Buffets,  Iron  Beds,  Springs,    Mat-
tresses, Blankets, Sheets and Pillow
1   February Bargain  Price-.    (..
. Tile, the Homo Furnisher,     ilmf
VV. (!. Weichel, of North Water
loo, in moving tbe address in reply
io tbe Speech from ihe Throne al
Ottawa referred to the great interest
itaken by tin- Duke of Connaught in
;in pr iparation of the Canadian
forces and tin di p Interest taken
by the Duchess of Connaughl  in the
tm
speakers.
The secretary-treasurer, Dr. VV. I!.
Clayton, submitted liis report and
also the financial statement, show-1
ing $25 mi hand. Dr. Clayton also
tendered  his resignation.
Tho reports were adopted and Dr.
Clayton  accorded  a  hearty    vote   of becom
thanks  for his services.
Well-known  Society  Is   Outfitting a
Five Hiikulied  Bed  Institution
foe   Soldiers.
At a meeting of tlie St. John's
Ambulance Society here it was decided to assist the headquarters organization in England in an effort
made to equip a hospital of r>00 beds
for wounded soldiers. Tbe parent
society has asked for assistance
from all the branches and Ihe local
body will take (lie tn,- day system of
aiding.
The cost of a bed for a year will
be  $.100.  It is proposed  in  the near
Berlin, Feb. 18.—Reports chronicle a decisive repulse or lhe Russians on tlie East Prussian border,
and ln a despatch from the front to
his chancellor the Kaiser rejoices in
the victory of his troops but expresses sorrow over tlie devastation
of a considerable stretch of German
territory  by  I be   Russian   armies.
Reports from Petrograd continue
io lie optimistic, while the French
official advices report minor suc-
cesses.
-The    Austrians    have    bombarded
Belgrade.
BRITISH   CREWS
Alii: LANDED AT
BUENOS   AYRES
Leaving  for Soulh,
Col.  It.   I!.  Thompson   spent   yes-! future lo have a voluntary subscii,.-
lerday   in   investigating   further    tlie tion   taken  by  this  means   and    for
Buenos Ayres, Feb. 18—The German steamer Ilolger has landed here
the crews of Hie British steamers
Hemisphere and Rotaro, and the
ships Sumatra and Wilfred, sunk
by  (be  auxiliary cruiser  Kron   Prinz
situation here as far as the waterfront is concerned. He has been
called south on departmental business and will leave this morning.
His report will he prepared forthwith for the Government, it is expected.
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OADET ORDERS, *
Tlie Prince Rupert Cadets *
: No. 432 will parade at the Ex- *
*  hibition Building at  10:15 a.m..  •
ward it to thc parent society for tlie
purpose.
IWllbelm  off Brazil   during   January
and  February,
Look  for Hie  lied Tag   Prices   :;t;
George  I). Titc's  Furniture Sale.
tf
WEST THROUGH  LANE
OF   BRITISH   WARSHIPS
RIIEIMS    BOMBARDED.
* Paris,  Feb.   18.—Rbeiins con-
* tiniies to be bombarded daily by
* the Germans.
New York, Feb. 18. Passengers
arriving hero on the British steamer
Megantic from Liverpool said that
extra   precautions   apparently    were
Postponed    .Meelinu.
Tbe  meeting  of the  Horticultural
lay. the   21st,   inst.,  for  Di-  «  and  oul  of  British  waters from tor
vine Service,  al   the    Mi    o •    . -,,, ,,,- e attacl
i     Lakvn   to  proU '   shi | ii g    in  Society thai  was to hay? I", n     eld
lasl  night,  was ' i
the fac                ti
to attend otlier      I I        The
Belgian
Red  Cross   work
Relief Fund.
Europe had been plunged In a
stupendous struggle after nations
had for years put their trusl in arbitration,   and   peace    societies    had
lea, N.Y,
Church, Parents and [i I   .-!   ■ i
invited to   ill ind lhe aid ' ;             '   ''   wil1    be  ''  : '    "'•
'                       * was  do ely   guarded    I i ;'v --■
 , o  until   she   .vas    well    clear   of    the o
production,    and    everyone     should
;oods In   Canada.   P — I
Channel.
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warnings  of  tl      i   w io   knew   were
A vote of thanks was also accord- ridicul d.    Th -   late   Lord    Roberts'
ed Judge Young, who stated that he I prophetic  warning  againsl   the   im-
would retire from the oflice of presi- pending struggle was now shown  to
dent. I be only too well  justified.
Tlie election  of oliicers   was   pro-l     Mr. Wei :      .- .- rred lo the splen-
(Contihued   oh    Page   Four.)       |did    achl      :n    .      ol I
 ^  navy. Canada w      Feelin Beets
of  the   ■' :■:.  i        the    arrange]
made   by   the    Ml     te     of   Finance
\ ii):   the  Canadian   banks   and    : he
Bank of England  had averted  linan-
nild  InBl      on    ■  itting    Canadian    ,..    .
ihoei       "        h    .■ i     Cai    I!
"h   ';;      '" "   ■"'  '■'' '        '''     elton   la il   n
throus     ■    I ,"   sal
February Furniture Sale oi <:■   rgc
Capt. McMordie Who Has Returned
rial disaster. The banks and other
(Inanciai institutions were Btronger
now i ban before the war.
Tlie   welfare  of  the   Empire   de-
From The  South  Saw The  Menl e-ded  the strength ..r the
^a.c/-.    i   t-|        1   t     /■> i t-.     . •        a   • ' <     and   mi   confidence   on
Oi Col. Pecks Command i_.ntramAi     ,..,, .„
Vancouver--The  Members Were|^nad8 there *"""
All In High Glee At Getting Off
moving
and    every thi
made    to
:
Referring   to  thi
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t, Ml
i fo   unnte to live undi r
the Unii     : i I am     oud
'   .   : i in this   conn
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n    nil   il      ■   ii- :      In the Di
minion.  l>  Is a  greal   u    l  li   be
...   ,    nhjecl
"i am of Go: m tn origin like hun-
tho i    others in Can
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Mrs     Franli    V.   El I
Geo]     .arrived ! y last even
Ing by tho I
IMKXTAL OROl
SOCIALIST CHARGE
Sir Richard Said The Canadian Northern Had Been Largely Free From
Com] . s As To The Treatment
Of Men In Hospit
While  Copt.   S.   P.    ili   il   d
in the soutli ho had
seeing   i he  loi al con tin li     I he
:.!iii b Battalion i nl ral i I
He had seen tin   mi n in tin ir
ters ai  the, Will " .-   i
fore and says they v
to    el   ...- ay,     I   e   iina    i
quickly   and  he  happened    to     i   i
ild be in  Vnncouvoi
lioui     '■'.     herefoi    was on
, and to ii-      arrive and
All     tren     looklu      In
and     ere delighted to gi
:: ■  tronl.    Thi       Ine
men,  together  with  lhe oth
I0Ili, fi ll ii  wni
Ingly gopd luck on I  eir pi rl  Lo
away before  the   others   who   were
Col,   Duff  Stuarl    in    Van ouvei    on brigaded  in    the   Third    Contin  ■
lho day they sailed and was inform-lgol any on   rs.
British Shipping In No Danger
S.
London,   Feb. 18,    The  White Star   steamer   Adriatic   arrived
in   Liverpool  th! -       •■>•«   York  after   an   uneventful
!('>    voyagi Brit!              ill tl     way, rross-
§    In      he 1 ilghl
Comedy Night
AT THE
WESTHOLME
OPERA
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The Great Laughing
KEYSTONE COVIZDY
Gentlemen of Nerve
Will
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Friday,   February  19,   1915.
PRINCE   RUPERT   JOURNAL
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prince limpet* journal
Telephone 138.
O. H. NTH/SON, Editor.
Office' 128 Third Avenue East,
near McBride Street. Telephone 138;
Postoffice Box G07.
DAILY   EDITION.
Published    every   morning    except
Monday.  Delivered by carrier  to the
city at the  following rate, if paid in
advance:—
One   Year    £5-°°
Six   Months    ii'oi
Three  Months    ?l.-o
If   nut    paid    in    advance,
per  Month    *°-°°
WEEKLY EDITION.
Published every Friday for circulation ouisiile the City of Prince
Rupert at S2.m> a year, addressed lo
points in Canada; or $!!,00 a year to
all points iu the I'nited Kingdom,
the United Stales or otlier foreign
countries.
Advertising  Rutes Upon Application
SIX FRANCO-GERMAN
WARS PREDICTED
Friday,   Pebruarj   19,   I'■''■"
BISMARCK'S   PHOPHECV   IN CON.
NECTION   WITH   FOREIGN
RELATIONS.
Interesting  Interview    Given  by   Hi
old   Statesman  on
Future,
i'ii
Friuu
assured - -
I-.V..I. AT UAL.
Tin- Liberal organ is now wrathy
because the Government 'al Victoria
in extending an official reception to
II. u. II. tlie Duke of Connaughl
spent so much money. It is admittedly difficult io strike what would
be a happy medium in matters of
that kind, but. we arc safe in saying
the News would not have been satisfied   in    any    event.     Prince   Rupert
I
citizens  have recollections of   a  re-|supposing
ception here to tiie same distinguis
ed  visitor.    The  News on thai  occa
"You i lhe Bril I ill i wll
take up arms againsl us
cause of France."
"Russia   will    never   join
againsl   os of  thai   I i
is Impossible."
Tin-,' were two predictions o!
Prince Bismarck, the astute German diplomatist, made in Hu-
course of an interesting private Interview granted lu the hue Mr- VV.
li. Kingston in the year 1S67. Tlie
latter prophecy was uttered with
greal earnestness, tbe Chancellor
leaning half waj ai ross the table
which separated htm from the Brit-
i, i intei'. lev .. Th i texl of the
conversation has Jusi been published
in London urn! is of particular Interest in view of the changed attitude of the powerful nations referred to.
"A   war between  such  near neighbors and old enemies as France and
Prussia,  however,  it   may  turn    out
s only the lirsf of at leasl six;  and
we   gained   all   six,    what
,   ! should  we   have   succeeded   in   do-
I  Product No.
SPLENDID POR  PLUMBERS
Contains about   -!1!   lbs.
$1.30
The sale of Product No. 99 is strictly
confined to the high-class supply
houses. Its cost of manufacture is
therefore not affected by Dept. or
"price cutting store" influence that
so often drives manufacturers to the
use of inferior chemicals and processes. Nor is the dealer allowed to
reduce the retail price under penalty
of    liming    his   supply    terminated.
A POWERFUL SOLVENT FOR
CLOGGED UP DRAIN PIPES
"00" destroya accumulations  if lint,    paper,   cloths,   hair,    slime,
grease,  vegetublcs, soap, frull and many others.   It is harmless to
lini si plumbing.
DON'T ARGUE DON'T   PUT   OFF TEST   IT
This preparation lias been io generally successful in clearing
drains thai ii is bought over and over again by those who have
tried it, bul Inasmuch as no On can know the actual condition existing within a pipe, it is absoutely impossible for ihe manufacturer or the de il     to   ;uai am      1 -   result.
ciiMicAT PRODUCTS CO., NEW YORK
FOR SALE  I1Y
IA
g THE    REI I VHLE    PLUMBER
S    FOR   THE    RES1   I .   PLI      tlNG   AND   .KEATING   PHONE    1S1I
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»< watm tt_ o jmhkh? _ _-»ti_tm a _•_ 8fiKi w»s oow #_-_*» ooa w t»_c«K?«tt_
Coai, Cement, Plaster and Brick
AND A COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDERS' SUPPLIES
sion waxed wroth also; but not because loo much was spent bill, because top little was expended. And
so it. would be in any event. Tho
News and the party it represents
appears to lie parsimonious when
the oilier side is iii any way liberal.
It is extravagant when the Government retn nches, It is also this; being In o po Ition ii can find taull
but unfortunately that party has
never been taken seriously by tbe
people. This is accounted for largely by the alacrity with which that
party turns somersaults on public
questions.
After all, in a reception expenditure of the kind referred to is it not
a fad lhat tlie great bulk of Hie
money so s; enl goes into the hands
of workers in various lines? The
News should nol forget that, because It is today engaged in n gigantic snuggle together with tbe local
leaders of the Liberal party to prove
that their hearts are bleeding for Hie
working man. These Liberal politicians believe an election is near
and the votes of labor men are necessary. For a few months now crocodile tears will flow from these on
behalf of labor.
ir  be-11
e,  forlH
ANOTHER   UNION.
Coming together again and joining financial forces, the powers of
the Triple Entente have given another Illustration of their determination to see the war to an end in
company, says lho Montreal Mail.
C.reat Britain, France and Russia
can put more money into the balance than any other three nations in
the world.
It is surely an epoch-making
event, when three nations such as
these Join together, purse to purse.
The result is a pile of gold and a
mountain of credit, From now on
goods ordered by the Allies from
anj neutral nation will lie given
without tho slightest worry. Indeed
anxiety to tap such a Iiuc.o treasure-
box may be of considerable influence In stimulating the sympathies
of frail humanity Ihe world over
to support ihe cause of civ llizi tion,
W 'i ph ■■ i ■ ■ i■. („ ■ • however, In
reflecting upon th< hug ■ financial
backl ig of tin against    the
Huns Is tho I -i  b    king   Is
even  more Im i   i live,
Fi '   am ( linn       h'lirnl Unr
Ing?" reads one notable paragraph
in tiie interview. "Why, in ruining
Franco, certainly, and most likely
ourselves into the bargain; do you
think a poor, bankrupt, starving,
ragged neighbor is us desirable as a
wealthy, solvent, fat, well-clotl ed
one?"
Belgium  Nol    United.
"He  bi lievei : and    for
many reasi ns," wroti Mr. King
ston, privately, after a four-hi r
conversation, in which the posslbll
ity of a war with France was referred ■ to. This war, as everybody
knows, did actually  break  out.
"The attack must come from her
said Bismarck. "We shall never
gin a war, if war there ever be
we have nothing to gain. Suppose
France entirely conquered and a
Prussian garrison in Paris, what
are we to do with our victory? We
could not even decently take Alsace, for the Alsaclens are become
Frenchmen, nnd wish to remain so.
Belgium we do not warn; besides
England guarantees her integrity
Therefore, should this possibilitj
which is always dinned into my
ears as a probability, ever come to
pass, France will undoubtedly attack us, in which case, if she stand
alone, she is lost, for our system Is
such that tlle further she may advance into our country the more
armies will spring up against her,
like Cadmus' teeth.
"France the victor would be a
danger to everybody—Prussia to
nobody. That is our strong point
England wishes lo see a power in
Europe strong enough to counter
balance France. That is the reason
she supported and sympathized with
Austria as long as Austria seemed t
(Continued  on   Pago  Three.)
WE-TE-LME LUKBER CO., LTD.
First Avenue       Prince Rupert       Telephone 188
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SHINGLES, NOUJ-DINGS, SASH, DOORS
FIRST AVE. AND McBIIIliE ST.
Phone 25
G. T. P. S. 3.
Sailings for Vancouver
Victoria and Seattle
S.S.   Prince  George  every   Friday at 0 a.m.
S.S. Prince John at 7 p.m. on Sunday,   February    II, -!8, etc.
For Massett and Port Clements S.S. Prlnco John 10 p.iu. Saturday,
February n, 30, etc.
For Skidegate, Lockeport, etc., S.S. Prince John 11 p.m. Sunday,
February   7, 31, etc.
For Stewart and Naas River S.S. Prince John t) a.m. Wednesday,
February   10, 31, etc,
For Anyox (Granby Buy) S.S. Prince George midnight every Wednesday.
G.T.P.   HAB.fi'A_  SCHEDULE
Trains leave Prinoe Itupert for Prince George, Edmonton, .Melville,
Winnipeg, etc., at (o a.m., Wednesdays and Saturdays, connecting with  trains (or  St. Paul, Chicago and all  points  enst.
Trains arrive  from the cast on Thursdays and Sundays ul 0.30 p.m.
G.T.  RAILWAY SYSTEM
The  Doubb-track   Route
From Chicago to Toronto, Hamilton,   Buffalo,    Montreal,   etc.,    etc.
J For reservations, tickets and lull Information regarding travel to
any part of (lie world apply to the G.T.P. Ticket Oilice, Third
Avenue:  Agency all Atlantic Steamship Lines.
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Department
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of   Naval   'Service
Canada.
Tenders will be received unti
noon on .Monday, March 1, 1915, fo
ihe supply of Steaming Coal to Ves
",els lying at Prince Rupert, B.C.
' in.' 1st Api i DI , to .: Is! March
1916,
Forms of tei iy be obtalne
in application to the undersigned.
Tin   lev i ■ I  or   in;       ud  r no! nee
irily loi.     ,  I.
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Canadian Pacific Railway
PRINCESS MAY
SOUTHBOUND, 8 P.M. SUNDAY
PRINCESS MAG'0 INN A,
NORTHBOUND, MONDAY, FEB. 22
J. G. McNAB, General Agent, corner Third  Ave.   aud   Fourth   St.
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S.S. VENTURE
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-.g'7j-..a,.at't.i-.-a—(|, |.,    ..-.am ra^ra.,'   .. ——
*e strong—that is the reason why
England is now turning towards us
—because she sees in us the continental contrepoids to France, which
you English, in spite of your loudly-
protested alliance with ' Napoleon,
are too sensible not to understand
the necessity of. Your allegiance has
already cost you dearly in continental influence, and 1 should not wonder if the proud English people were
to get tired some day of playing a
bad second fiddle to the old foe they
have so often conquered. You will
never take up arms against us in the
cause of France.
Hamshackle  Empire. •
"I  have as  little  fear of   Austria, saints    in
Austria is like a house built  of bad "qu'on   ne
never  join    Franco    against    us   -of:your  mind   that  we  are   quite   safe
that he assured—-it is impossible.
"Russia's   (li'iimtal    Proclivities.
"It is true that there lias been
some talk of an understanding
upon the Oriental question of a
common plan of action in the east.
Prince  Gortschakoff,   Russian    ehan-
from Russia.
"I do not think I need tell you
why a French-Italian offensive alliance against us is out of the question; 'sela saute aux yeux.' But I
will tell you something that I am
told  by  our  agents  at  both    courts,
ence over him. The .Mexico business
was her doing, as 1 suppose you
know. He Is not the man he used to
be—and Europe will never be safe
while his present state of intellect
continues.
"Another ground of danger is the
intense ignorance and mendacity of
the men ivho represent France
everywhere.  Look  round  Europe for
cellor,   is  a   funny    fellow;    he    has  "'l'"   are   not    often    mistaken—and
been taken in six or seven times by that is that Napoleon is going to add
French humbug and protestations of another to the list of   horrible mis- one capable or hones!  French agent!
an Eutente  Cordiale,  which   always!takes  he has  made  within tlie   lasl
He   is  going   to   let  the
lasts from three to live weeks:  theniflve   years.
lie  always  finds  out  that  lie  is   the Italian   troops  occupy  the    Pontifical
and   (g-]States  wiih   ihe  mere  exception    of
communication that he thought the
propositions ought to come from our
side—that it was our turn to hold
out a hand. 1 did not agree wiih
him, and so the matter dropped.
Bul we have since been very careful
about South Germany, and have remained quite passive. We can stop
as we are for ten years or more,
"nly Insisting upon the terms of the
treaty—-leu  the Southerners will not
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Repairs
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Phone Red 15(1 Third Avenue
victim   of   French   cuntiiii
norance mixed, and begins   to curse  Rome iiself, by which  he will bringlOrammont,  then   French ambassador
and   swear   by   all   the   devils   and down   (he   whole   of    the    Catholic,(at Vienna, subsequently  French  tor-
Ml are knaves or bo   crassly   Ignor- 'el us—and if they come to offer us
ant and prejudiced  thai   an   Intellt-j1   :''-: l,:' power tail cer-
genl Bchoolboy is worth all of thara.tainly   nol    kick    them   downstairs.
put   together.   Grammonl    i Due   de
Hut we wish it clearly understood
thai if Austria musl disinte [rati . «e
don'l want any of the pieces, Tin re
a nothing in our attitude to annoy
or alarm France 1 think, barring
bricks, which, however, are kept to-|then he drops into the next trap I finitely worse than li Is, and it Islyour pardon I Bhoulil have said :ij,!l" accidents al which I have hint-
gether by an excellent mortar. How with inimitable naivete. Poor Go"t«-!bad enough, God knows. But to re-lover of hoaxeo. ' n il ttl (Ambas- ea' ,;"'T''' is nothing to prevent the
do  you   call   it?    Cement—that   ce- chakoK!    lit   gained his prestige   in, turn to our peace or war pro.]   cts. ardor to Germany)   is   more   clever maintenance of peace for ten or Ilf-
the    Russian     calendar i Legitimist    and    Orientalist    parties
le  prendra    plus."    And upon him, and make his position in-
cign  minister), for Im tance,   is half
■i  ( lol  and   -  notoi li is  liar    l    bee
J. H. HILDITCH
Contractor and Builder
Estimates given on all classes of
work, whether small or large. Per.
Kinal  attention given  to  every  item.
PHONE GREEN 321
FKl'lUKKKK   PETERS,   li.C.
Barrister, Solicitor and Notary i'uhll:
Offiec  in
EXCHANGE  BLOCK
ment is ' - German population.
Whatovei rood lias been done to
her barbarous provinces has been
done by thi Germanising of their institutions;    tl e    inhabitants   of   the
the  Poll :
There remains  to France, therefore,
ml)    . .,,,   to  keep  ii   up  Is   lo   lend  ':l   Europe   (putting    Denmark    and
himself  to   Hie  Oriental    procli  Ities the other Scandinavians out  of   the
of Ru  ■■>   Popularity Is  hi am- j question—they      are      not
bition.   Russia   is  ;:i   a   horrid   stn     'counting)   only  Spain    as  an    ally.
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different ■      Magyar   and    Latin j and •: big war is out of - le quel  ;-:  Then  Bismarck looked at me comii
provinces       isl   use German  tn   un-|for her until she has sel  her  house a">', ;,-"l  Kl' both laughed.
derstaud a . i nother. An alliance,
therefori. with Frani e, ba\ Ing for
ils Wiuri os ■ the arresl of German
unit}] in ' lajei tic progress, and
the (|li ;i of German tert'itorj,
would bi in nl in Uislrla, .v li h
ever   ivaj    I       I Idi     ol    rictory    i   i.
In   oi li   .    If   I   wen   the    Eni]   ror's Vaj   Icon's  Mistakes.
Prime  Minister   fas' he    very    much "YV'hal   do']   think    mighl    bring
wished  me to  he six  years   ago)    I abi in   war?     Of course,   an   excuse
should   begin   by   cutting   thi     army would nol  he wanting If the French
down  to   exactly    half    Its      .      nl eallj   n eded  one-—but -1  think  the
I
number and  knocking the  privileges greatesl  danger of all proceeds from
of.   tin-   Tchinovnik   on    th       I - d ■-■'  ol on's vacillating state of mind.
than  the  run  of  French   statesi , teen years, bj which time the French
will have go! accustomed to German
unity, and will consequently have
i eased to car   aboul it.
iu-1
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such an alllan       i  id she knows   It. causes    half    Russia's    misfor    m une young—that is to say
1  am  nol  the least  apprehensive   of Just  now  public feeling in Russia is.dulges in vagaries—gives way to Im-
an   Austro-Fronch    alliance,    i    give as  bad  as  can  lie  againt    Franci —    ul:    i    and  allows his wife  to   ex-
you  my  word of honor.  Russia  will but,    whatever    happens,    make    up ercise a great  deal  too  much  influ-
•SlIIJll
BBIIliU
m.-s
Eg-
i.   ;
H'ough quite as dishonest—hut why
Is he more clever? Because lie Is an
i Italian. The:,' fellows \> ill neither
learn anything nor will they keep
quiet; the cons luen Is I ha! X. -
poleon is worse informed upon Euro-
peon affairs than any oilier sover-
iign. Tie. y made him go to Salz
bin.:. You were quite ri; hi about
thai meeting—il Was an utter fiasco
—but 1 knew it. would he so from
the first—and niy people warned
Napoleon of il and advised him nol
to go.
German Plans.
"You would like to know something about our plans, our aggregation projects, and our ambitions,
would not you? I will tell you ex-
actly vyhal thoy are, and only two or
three besides the King and myself
know. First of all, there Is Austria.
Now the German provinces of Austria except the Tyrol and Salzkam-
mergut, both of which are blindly
Catholic and Hapsburg, may expert
ence o strong gravitation towards
us—1 do not deny it for a moment,
"But i assure you if I were of
Eered Upper and Lower Austria to
morrow, 1 should refuse them. The;
are too far off; there are Bohemia
Austrian Silesia, Moravia, with
three-fifths Slav populations, between us. If those provinces of German Austria were where Bohemia,
etc., are—if Prague ancl Vienna
could  change places—I  do  not   say
I no.  Then  we  might  think  of  it.    As
it is, .wo do not.  I  assure you  it   is
'cur earnest  desire   to   see   Austria
must, be  the aggressors, and  if they
IE j strengthen  herself  round    her   Ger- invade Germany they will  find  food
I.
"1 mid our generals this spring
iv hi '■ thi ' nd " oi '■ I '" prove to
me by all J"n i of arguments thai we
musl beat the French if we wen! to
war then: 'If you can make il ns
clear to me as thai God be thai we
.an crush  France and  occupy  Paris,|709 Dunsmuii St
I  will still  du all   1  can  in  prevent]	
war; for yon must remember,
gentlemen, a war bei ween such near
neighbors and old enemies as France
and Prussia, however il may turn
out, is onlv the first of at least Bi
wars; and supposing we gained al
six, what should we have succeeded
in doing? Why, in ruining France,
certainly—and most likely oursel
Into the bargain; do you think a
poor, bankrupt, starving, ragged
neighbor is as desirable as a wealthy, solvent, fat, well-clothed one?
France buys largely of us, am lella
us ■■< great many things we want-
is it in our interest to ruin her
completely? I strove for i eai : Q
—and 1 will do so as long as may
be——only, remember, German ius-
ceptibillMes must he respected, or
1 cannot answer for tlie people—
not even for the King' The French,
I am quite aware, are buying
horses and provisions. That does not
frighten me. Their harvest, is a had
one, and they are quite right to
take precautions against distress.
They cannot want provisions for a
war with us, for in such a war they
DR. UILROY, DENTIST
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Examinations  and    development    of
Coal, Metal, Oil. Etc.
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RITCHIE,   AGNEW   ft.   CO.
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proaipt attention     bon
Phone  93. P.D.   Box 38.
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Delivered to your kitchen
door, like groceries
175,000,000 Bottles Yearly
That was the doraand for Budweiser Isst
The Anhe_s_r-P«isch Plant covers today
more than 142 acres - equal to ?<> city
blocks. It gives stoudy employment to
6.000 people, and to 1,500 mote In its
branches.
Every process, every room, Is immaculate.
F.Vwy bottle is Pasteurized and inspected.
This Quality-Plant, started nearly 50 years
ago, is a model of modern facilities.
The hundreds of visitors who [>o through
every day know that nothing of its kind
could be made any better than Budweiser.
Anhei    &--Busch, St Louis
The mXfgomt Plant of lis Kind
In the World
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[NCE RUPERT, B. C.
." |   man nucletts and stand firmly alone
Of course, .we would not suffer   any
es (new    oppression    of    Hungary     any
B_»  more than we would of the Austrian
[Ha I Germans, but we shall gladly   enter
I. -' , into a fast and sincere alliance with
ti   constitutional   King   of    Hungary,
b_\ who, as Emperor of Austria, allows
§£   | tho German element full play in his
US j other  provinces.    There  is  Bohemia,
|8"]  Silesia,    etc.,     again.    They     would
lly  prove a second Poland   to   us.   We
pH [should  have  to  learn how  to   man-
gH  age   the    Czechs—whereas     Austria
§5  has  some  experience  in    that    task,
p" although  I  admit  it  has  been  very
W?-i bad experience.   W  don t want   Bo-
s]  hernia, Silesia, Moravia, or any other
{§=? part of Austria—lei Iter gel   strong
W\ nnd bo our ally.
B\:       "All the nonsense you  have hoard
girl  about part of Russian Poland, Cour-
HI  land, or the Baltic provinces,   is as
W=   stupid   as   it   is   untrue.     It   is   true
IE  there       is       somo        dissalisfaction
Efjj inmongst  those   Northerns,  half  Ger-
^Tl man, half Scandinavian,   un account
Htllof the Russian  language  being   im-
[?     posed upon them—but  we shall not
Ess Interfere.  What  should  we  do with
__s provinces  which   we  could    not   de-
p=||fond?  Besides,' depend  upon   It, we
jpj   shall  not meddle   wiih  Russian   ter
p  ;   rilorv  or ;>fft>irs any mem than they
, .    I  will with ours.
"Beust Is trop fin. S   ne time ago,
nit thi   " ! ii, of Bavarln
md   "" --I-  nborg,   l   l      him    know
-;  Hi -     although  we  i rep irod to
tain openly the I of N'lkols-
:   burg, we would «lw   a n  besl atten
roposn "'it like
, ike, and it ive  "
« -  Id    f il 1 p    bi'
: i ted '
I
and provender enough for l
French armies. Their preparations
do not disquiet me in the least. Wo
are always ready."
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General  Toi
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(.JuetMi  Charlotte  lslr.'ida. Waolied   Nu!
TAKH NOTICE that Peter Piombo, .	
of Prince Rupert, B.C., ocoupttion
Prospector, intendB to apply for permission to prospect for ooal and petroleum over the following de»erlt>ed
lands on the West Coast of Graham]
Islund: Commencing at a inist plant- Office will op«Mi todi j In Law-TIuUer
ed five miles ettBt aud oim mile nortli
The Queen Charlotte
Oil Fields I hr ited
of the north-east corner of Lot 343.',,
thence north  SU  chains, thenoe west
Building for snIc of »   liuiii,-,l
auioaut of   Trmsary  Stock
80  chains,  thence south  SO   shsjns, ___   m    MACDDNAI.Ii.    BscTreas.
thsnoe  east   SO   chains,   lo    point  ofj	
ooramsnocment. soitulilng (140 tiers*
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1RAN1TE of best  quatttf and  thoroughly  tested  for sale
Cm  Stone  or  Crashed   Rock   in
Quantities
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OCEAN FISH CO.
IN THH MATTER OF THE "NAVIGABLE WATERS' PROTECTION
AOT," MTISED STATUTES OF
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A*» __U-_NDTNG ACTS
—nnd—
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CJATIOIS BT TrTH MONTANA CONTINENTAL DBTMLOPMT5NT COMPANY FOR APPROVAL OF TBE_
PlaANS FOK CONSTRUCTION OF A
0_H_TAIN WHARF AND ORH BINS
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lit-lde Oiders Pro-ipttyAttended To continental    Development   Company
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GOVBRNMEKT WEATHER
REPORT.
Furnished   by   h.   w.    Bowling.
For 24  hours ending 5 p.m.
February  18.
Bar.  reduced to sea level. .. .29.924
Highest   temperature    38.0
Lowest temperature    32.0
Precipitation    20
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Martin Swansoi.
SECOND AVE -EAR McBRIDK
with the Minister ot PuUto Werks
at Ottawa, Canada, aad wit* tke
District Eactotrnr of Titles, Prinoe
Rupert, B.C., under Cha»t_»- 115, E.
S.O. 19UK, plans and description! of
lb* proponed site of certain harbor
works to ba aonstructed by the »ald
Company on waterfroat Block "H,"
Prince Rupert Townslte, according
to roglstin-ed plan of the said Town-
silo deposited in the Prince Rupert
Land Registry Ofllc.o, and niiinbevoa
92fi, the aforesaid works ceoststlng
of one wharf with ore bins,
AND   FBR-'HI-R   TAKE   NOTIC*
AXADIAX CLl I!
ELECTS   OFFICERS
(Continued  from  Page   One.)
ceeded with when the above were
elected  by  acclamation.
It was decided to hold the election of officers annually, the year to
end with the calendar year.
Mr,  Naden suggested   that.   Judge
Young address the Club at an early
that the said Company has applied to date,  but   Ihe  Judge  said    he  would
Governor-General-in-CouacIl   for
Skeena   Land  District  —  District  of
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Andrew W.
MaeLean, of Prince Rupert, B. C,
occupation Carpenter, intends to apply for permission to prospect for
coal and petroleum over the following described lands on the West
Coast of Graha Imdlsna
Coast of Graham Island: Commencing at a post planted one mile north
and two miles east of the north-east
corner of Lot 2433, thence north 80
chains, thence west 80 chains, thence
south 80 chains, thence east 80
chains to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
ANDREW W. MacLEAN.
fl8 Agent,  Peter Piombo.
Date  located,  23rd  December,  1914.
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"CANADIAN STEAM
LAUNDRY
NOW OPEN FOR  BUSINESS
1|Latest and Approved Methods
llOnly   Skilled    Operators   Employed
Phone us and we will call for u
trial   bundle
Note   our   address:
515   SIXTH    AVENUE    WEST g
Phone No. 8
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CH3D .>WWiarvr^lXH>_HKB!H«H««HW(_<l
appnoval of the proposed works, and
permission  to construct ths name.
Dated at Prince Rupert, B.C., this
8th   day  of   January,   A.D.   1115.
PATMORK   &   FULTON,
Solicitors   for   the   Montana   Continental   Development  Company.
ja27f27       PATMORE   &  FULTON,
«=0<HWlKHKH?«_^KHJj>WKlW54>irH^
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Capt.
J. McGee
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.Masters anil .Mates prepared
for examination. Compass adjuster.
Plume Red 502
"NAUTICAL    ACADEMY"
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THE
Con'        il Trust
Company
6iicaoo-;:i!'
Skeena   Land     District—District    of
QiiGen  Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Peter Piombo,
of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for permission to prospect for coal and petroleum over the following described
lands o.i the West Coast of Graham
Island: Commencing at a post planted five miles east, of tlie north-east
corner of Lot 243fi, thence east SO
chains, thenoe soulh SO chains,
thence west 80 chains, thence north
su chains, Co point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or
less.
ja29 PETER   PIOMBO.
Date located, December 4th, 1914.
reserve judgment although the
members present all agreed that he
si; ould  do so.
The membership fee will he collected yearly in future. All are now
considered in arrears for 1915,
LOYALTY OF THE
GERMAN-CANADIANS
Skeena Land District—District of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that l"eter Piombo,
of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for permission to prospect for i oal and pelroieum over tke following described
lands on the Went Coast of Graham
Island: Commencing at a post planted five miles east of the north-east
corner of Lot 2435, llience north SO
chains, tbence east 80 chains, thence
■ ii chains, thence west SO
chains, to polnl of commencement,
containing fM'i acres more or less,
ja29 PETRI!   PIOMBO.
Date located, December 4th,  I914.
nf
;     I .- ;i"      Dlstrl
Queen  Chariot!     Island!
T '• KB KOTTCH that  Peter Piombo,
of  Prlnci   Rnperl     B.C,   occupation
I 'ospeetor, intendi   to apply for per-
!   :o prespect  Fo   -   a! and pelroieum over ihe following described
lands on the ft'**!  Coast of Graham.,
i   and: Commeneing al ;• posl plant- but tll€-  are m" nroud '"' the vi<li'''-
ed  five miles easl   of  the  north-east tion of ths neutrality of Belgium nor
corner of Lot  2436, llience north Sflj ;
sins,    thence    west    SO    chains, Ithe destruction of Louvaln. German
(Continued from Page   One.)
ada. They have felt keenly the situation since the war began. This is a
delicate subject, but I know I am
speaking to men who wan! to see
all classes in this country welded
into one harmonious whole.
"The Germans in Canada have
been of frugal habits, possessing
business ability and always looked
on as desirable citizens.
"Since the outbreak of war a very
few papers have been casling reflections on the German-Canadian. 1
am glad that those insinuations have
come only from a few.
"The people of German origin  ln
Canada are loyal to their King and
lu   I heir  country.   They  have   given
amide evidence of Iliis fad.
.   "Tlie people In Canada of English,
Scotch,   and   Irish    origin    love    the
country from wl Ich they or their an-!
"-slurs    came.     Tiie     German-Cana-|
dians   are   the   same   and    they    are
proud  of  the  achievements   of Germany In science, art  and literatim
Skeena  Land   Dislrict — District of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Andrew W.
.Mai-Lean, of Prince Rupert, B. C,
occupation Carpenter, intends to apply for permission to prospect for
coal and petroleum over the following described lands on the West
Coast of Graham Island: Commencing at a post planted one mile north
and two miles east of the north-east
corner of Lot 2435, thence north 80
chains, Ihence east SO chains, thence
south SO chains, thence jyest SO
chains, to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
ANDREW W. MacLEAN.
flS Agent,  Peter Piombo.
Date located, ii.'lrd December, 1914.
The Horning Journal
50c. per month
south   SO   chains,   ihence  east
80   chains,   to    paint - nmmen <■
mi si, containing  i, 1 0    cres
less
i-   !> PETER   PIOMBO.
located,  i >ei em!      : th, i 914.
Skeena   Land    District-   District   of
leen     harlot! id
'' NOTICE : ■   Piombe,
ei   Prince   Ruperl,   B.C ion
Intends to a] ply     -  pi r-
uiis: I in  lo prospoi I   foi  c al and pe-
over the  ■' described
i the West Co
Island:  Corami nclng al   i posl  plant ■
ed four mil      - of I he north-easl
!.        • ". , ; hence north 80
ii   I  80 chaini. tl    ice
mtli    80    i .    tl ence    west   SO
to  polnl   of   commencemi nt,
In n.; 6 to acres mor<    ir less.
ja29 I'K" E !      IOMBO.
■ . lo :.•  .;   ! ■ -   mbei  3   ■.  1914
i igress  in  science,  art   and  literature is one thing.
"German  militarism  is another.
"They want:   the curse of militar-
■ ■ i  I'emo' • d  the sun' as you do.
'German-Canadians are goinj
from Waterloo, Huron and Bruce to
fight togel - i th ni ■ ir Canadians.
They will do I :- di ty in the fight
an ' ! - - In! i ii utions and
i >- the rule ol militarism from
the  face of the earth."
<WKW«H.__«_tw_i._W0_-_-a--M
RUPERT MARINE IRONWORKS AND
SUPPLY CO., LII
-  ■ IIONT,   PRINCE    111 P
l!M'l CHIXISTS   AND    JIACH1XEHV     CONTR,'
I"
i ■
(
II ' ■ no.
for the II il
Hits niul
anil .     nci .
■-•'
9k
:■ Oil     M in   lfo| i il il ■■■•>"    ■     • nod    	
Ciiluiiiliian   I'.- in.     Pro] I •■<    , Dynamos and
Murine   .'-.
i '   ■ ff *chln ■ I l|
...    .lii
0
M   "ooto
DISSOLUTION-  NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICE th.it the linn
Ritchl I, Agnew & Co. has been dis
■ I id upon the 3 Isl day of January
A. i'. 1915, nnd thai all accounts owing in the firm will be collacted by
f.   Fred   Ritchie,  for  I lie  benofll   of
tl e  partners,   ind   11   I   all  ai	
owing by  (he  firm   will  be   paid   by
Id J. Fi      - ,  on aci ounl
Il , A    D.
101.5
	
E
1'   T.  Hen ard  (wltni liotti        -
of   tl       ('.'it;   of   Princ
Rupert.
RI      "■
Road, i    nt.i id  \n.   I.
-.'       ENDE1   '    will    be    ro
|      i :.; ■. - ,j(.y       .■-,      .,
up till  5 p.m., Monday,  15th  Febn
: ry, (or the ci  ■        -   in of a Bixtee i
:'--":      lank     roadway     on     Eleventh
i     . ... .    Gi-i'i .     fror
Uberl
,.'.-    I- -i cciflci
o ii  ii.- ii Engim sr'
Hi I]
.    ■ or an)  I n
!
Skeena  Land  District — District  of
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Andrew W.
MaeLean, of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation Carpenter, intends to apply
for permission to prospect for coal
and petroleum over the following described lands on the West. Coast of
Graham Island: Commencing at a
post planted two miles north of the
north-east, corner of Lot 2133, tlience
north SO chains, thence east SO
chains, Ihence south SO chains,
thence wesi 80 chains 'lo point of
commencement, containing 040 acres
more  or  less.
ANDREW   W.   MacLEAN.
flS Agent, Peter Piombo.
Date located,  23rd December,  1914.
Skeena  Land   District —  Districl   of
Queen   Charlotte  Tslands.
TAKE NOTICE that Andrew W.
MaeLean, of Prince Rupert, B. C,
occupation Carpenter, intends to apply for permission to prospeel for
coal and petroleum over tho following described lands on West Coast
nf Graham Island: Commencing at
a post planted two miles nortli of
the north-east corner of Lol 2435,
tlience north SO chains, thence wesi
SO chains, tlience south 80 chains,
tlience easl 80 chains, to poinl of
commencement containing 040 acres
more or less.
VNDREW    W.   MacLEAN.
fl8 Agent,  Peter  Piombo.
1 ate  located,  23rd   December,  1914.
Skeena   Lain!   Districl   — District of
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE NOTICE thai Andrew W.
MaeLean, of Prince Rupert, 1). ('.,
occupation Carpenter, Intends to apply for permission to prospeel for
coi ! and p itrole in oi ir the following described lands "n Ihe Wes!
Coasl of Graham Island: Coinrn
Ing .'it n posl planted two miles north
and one mile ens: of the north-i is!
corner of Lot 3435, thence north 80
chains, thence easl 80 chains, thence
south SO chains, tlience ivesi SO
chains to poinl of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
ANDREW   W.   Mad E \.W
flS Agent,  Peter Piombo.
Date !"- ati d  23rd December,  1914.
Da?Iy Journal
SOc per month
.save Dollars at George I). Tile's
Furniture Sale—everything  reduced,
Drapery Goods, Curtains, Poles
Carpets and Rugs—25 per cent, discount   nt  G 'ge  li. Tile's. I 1 nn'
NAVIGABLE WATERS  PROTEC-
TlOX ACT.
R. S. O. Chapter 115.
The Imperial Oil Company hereby
give notice that it has under Section 7 of the above Act, deposited
wi* the Minister of Publie Works at
Ottawa, and In the office of the District Registrar of the Prinee Bnp_rt
Land Rofllntration District at Prinee
Rupert, B.C., a deicrip'Uen ot tb*
site and the plans of the wharf and
approach proposed to be built in
Prinw Rnpert Harber, British Co-
lunahla, in trent ef Waterfront
Block "•", according to registered
ptoa ef the Townsite of ths said
OitT of Prince Rupert dspeatted in
the -foresaid Land Rsslrtcy OSes
e« No.  91$.
AND TAKB NOTICS that after
tha expiration of one month from
the date of the first pablieation of
this notloe, the said Imperial Oil
Oenpany will under Sootion 7 of the
•aid Aot apply to the Minister of
Public Works at his offlne in the City
•f Ottawa for approval of the said
sits and plans and for leave to construct ths said  wharf and  approach.
DATED   at   Prince    Rnpert,    B.C.,
this   Sad   day   of    February,    A.    D.
191i. • 4w-f4
THB  IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY.
,_jtr_i
SYNOPSIS      OF      COAL      MINING
REGULATIONS.
M____*OBD   FARES.
Phone No. 99 is operating on a
new hM-I mi prices for auto line
Anywhses west ef Hafs Greek th
•-am* wM be i* seats; to Seal Cov
for tae, Urn, er three psrssns th
ohwws wM he fi; 'or lour or five
$!.»•: he »r £r_m boats or trains
S*  _»<_ f4tf
Pnsriotic Fnnd.
thin who need assistance
• s__sre fund, resident In the
-_» er ills-1 it aad whose hread-
wfSnner is _n isSiro sarvioe with the
fenaes «f'_t_ Bwpirs or her Allies,
WndsV iiiiIWi she secretaiw of the
local •rgsraisntien.
tf W. H   COLLISON,
P.O. Box 735.
Csal mining rights of the Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and
j Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the
I Northwest Territories and a portion
[of the Province of British Columbia,
.may be leased for a term of twenty-one yearB at an annual rental of
$1 per acre. Not mere than 2,500
acres will be leased to one applicant.
Applications for a lease must be
made by the applicant in person to
the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in which the rights applied  for
In surveyed territory the land
must be described by sections, or
legal subdivisions of seciions, and
iu unsurveyed territory the tract applied for shall be slaked out by the
applicant   himself.
Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $5, which will be
refunded if the rights applied for
are not available, but not otherwise. A rayalty shall be paid on the
merchantable output of the 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 niiiu'd
aad pay the royalty thereon. If the
cosl mining rights arc net being operated, suoh returns should be fur
nished  ot learl  once a year.
The lease will Include the coal
mining rights only: bul the li
may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface lights mnj be
considers, necessary for the working of tho mine 'it tbe rate of $10
per acre.
For full"  information   application
should be made to the Secretary of
the Department of thc interior, Ot
lawa, or to any Agent or Sub-
Agent of Botninion Lands.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy Minisii r of the Interior
NOTICE OF CANCELLATION OF
RESERVE.
NOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the Reserve existing on Detention
Island by reason of a Nullee published in the British Columbia Gazette on
the 30th of May, 1912. is hereby can
celled.
R.  A.   RENW'ICK,
Deputy Minister < f Lands
Department of Lands,
Victoria, B.C.,
October   19th,   1.914.       o2 !
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HOTEL DIS
Members  of  the  Prince   Km i
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First  Ave   ami Seventh  St.
European   and   American   Plant
S1.00 «   .•S2..-U Per R-nj
Peter  Black.  Prop.
GUARANTEED
American Silk
HOSIERY
WE   WANT   YOC   TO   KNOW
THESE   HOSE
They stood the test when all
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sbnpe is 'miit in, not pressed in.
Tlfey are GUAR'ANTBHD for
fineness, for styl?, for superiority of material and workmanship, absolutely stain! ss.and to
weir »ix mouth- without holes
ar reptaee'd  by new pairs free.
Our Free Offor
To every one -lending us SOc
S3 to cover shipping charges,   we
will  rood,  subject to duty,  absolutely   free:
Tares pai»-s of our famous
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HOSE with written guarantee,
any eoler. or
p Threfe pairs of cur Ladies'
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| DON'T     DELAY-Offer     ex-
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5 and  size  desired.
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IN THE CITY
Answers nil calls day and nlglll
Phone 99
ti   Staufl:    Hotel    Prince    Ruperl
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New Weilington
The  i     '  examlnatloi   for I lie entry of Ni val Cadets, will  ■
the examii i centre:   of the Civil
Servici   ' lomi lission   In   May,    11
successful candidi tes e col
lege on or aboul li I An rust. Appli-
• 'i ions for entry « 111 be i eceP - i
to 1 .".t'u April by ih" Secretary, Civil
Service Commission, Ottawa, from
whom blank entry forms can now be
obtained.
Candidates for the examination in
May next must be beti een the ages
of fourteen and sixteen on ihe 1st
!uly,  nor.
Further ained on
api Mention ti   thi   undersigned.
i,    .1    DBSBARATSj
Deputy Minister ol ice
:   pari men!  of I   -   Naval Sei i:
nuar; ID16
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