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The Journal
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a year
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VOL. V.
PRINCE RUPERT, B.  C,   THURSDAY, JANUARY  7,  191i
Price   .">   Cents.
NO.   39.
THE CRUISER GOEBEN DAMAGED BY MINES
Copenhagen, Jan. 6.-The former German cruiser Goeben now flying the Turkish flag
struck two Russian mines in the Bosphorus and has been seriously damaged. She
has two big holes on the water line.    It will take two or three months to repair her.
THE RUSSIANS SUCCESSFUL AT ALL POINTS
SUCCESSES GAINED IN FLANDERS AND IN ALSACE
Russians Fighting
In Bukowino On Route
Into Transylvania
I'etrograd, Jan. 6.—It is announced officially that our troops on .lan-
nary 5 made a sudden .attack against
the village of Roserowa to the west
of the road from Przasny«z to Mlawa,
near Groudoask. The enemy who
occupied this village were almost entirely bayonetted. We took some
prisoners.
On the left bank of the Vistula
the usual cannonading, and rifle lire
is continuing.
Fighting of secondary 'importance
is proceeding In the region of Uorji-
niow, near Mogliely Farm.
In Galicia the situation is unchanged. Our army has taken tlie
offensive in Bukowina, where we occupied Sypot, Kameral, South Sele-
tin and Illiecbestie on the* roads to
Gurahumora anil Boukschoia. The
latter two points are situated on the
best and most direct route into
Transylvania by way of Bukowina.
BUSINESS SHOULD
IMPROVE IN 1915
MANUFACTURES   AND    NATURAL
PRODUCTS FROM PROVINCES
INCREASING.
Cutting Oil' of Parts of Europe from
Prosperity  Will  Increase
Immigration.
Canadian financial affairs have
been affected less by tbe war during
the last five months, according to
the view of leading interests familiar|
with world conditions, than have
those of any other important pari of
the British Empire. As was tlie case
in United States and in all of Eu-j
rope during Ihe half year preceding!
the war, Canadian business audi
financial conditions were materially
affected by Hie calm whicli preceded
the storm of war. A study of world
finance and business for several
years shows more plainly than anything else that all of Europe   must
E. C. D. Butter, three pounds for
One Dollar; Hams 20 cents per lb.
at   Erizzeil's. ja7-!H
have known long before the Servian
killed the Austrian heir that war ■between the German states and the
present allies was coming. Nothing
else in the case of Canadian affairs
would explain the sudden stoppage
of the rapid march of expansion of
all kinds which had been going on In
the Dominion. Nothing else explains
the sudden lack of interest in Eng
land in investments in Canadian se
curities.
Until a year or so before the war
started, Canadian offerings had been
eagerly sought ill London, but early
In the present year issue after issue
from this side of the Atlantic offer
ed to other investors of the British
Empire fell Hat. However, even
though Canada is taking an active interest in the war, her position is so
isolated from the scene of hostilities
that little danger threatens the com
nierce or domestic business of the
Dominion while the war lasts, while
after it a greater period of expansion than has been seen so far is
universally expected. The cutting off
of large parts of Europe from hope
for* prosperity for many years in the
future will lead to increased immigration of the desirable sort in Canada. Manufactures and natural products from the various provinces are
in increasing demand for Great Britain and her allies, showing promise
of allowing for great industrial expansion in years to come. As a
whole, the outlook is for a material
Improvement during the coming year
over what has been seen In the year
Hearing  Its  close.
— o ;—
FEDERAL BANKING
SYSTEM   BENEFICIAL
Bid TRAVEL HERE
. NEXT SUMMER
\V. 3. ALDER, WHO IS HERE ON A
VISIT,    SAYS    IT    IS    FELT
YEAR WILL BE (iOOD.
The War  Will  Drive Tourists to Pacific Coast During the
Season.
The coming season is going to be
a big one in the line ot travel, according to W. .1. Alder, of Victoria,
who is here on a visit. While Mr.
Alder feels that this year would have
been a banner one here had it not
been for the war, he feels that in
spite of the wgr there is going to be
a most nourishing summer as far as
travel   is  concerned.
The war will cut off the tourist
trade with Europe this summer.
Where in former years the steamers
to and from Europe were crowded
with passengers from America who
were sight-seeing, the situation has
been materially changed now. Instead of going to Europe they will
visit the Pacific Coast. The San Francisco Exposition, will be visited and
a vast number will come by way of
Prince Rupert to see the new line
and what that route has to offer.
HOW GERMANY A///P« Prndrpw'nd
FAILED IN POLAND \Al»es Progressing
— Un Western rront
RUSSIA  HAS APPARENTLY  CRIP.
PLED THE  ROWER OF
AUSTRIA.
The Situation on the Eastern Front
Is Full of Promise for the
Allies.
The facts of the situation as revealed in the latest news appear to
stand out as follows,, says a despatch reviewing the position In which
tbe Russians have placed the Germans and Austrians:
Against Germans
EXCELLENT CONCERT GIVEN
FOR   PATRIOTIC  WORK
Tbe Entertainment Given Last  Even-
inn in   the   Empress   Theatre
Was   Much  Enjoyed.
Board of Hospital   Directors.
The board of directors of the
Prince Rupert General Hospital will
meet at the City Hall at 4 p.m. on
Friday.
Reductions to the extent of fifty
per cent, at Wallace's, starting today. ja7
Marshal von Hindenburg has been
defeated in every attempt to drive
the Russians from the east bank of
the Bzura and the Rawka, and to
gain a foot toward Warsaw in the
last week. Since the voluntary abandonment by the Russian armies of
Lodz and the consequent advance by
the Germans to a battlefront east ofi
Lodz the Germans have made no
progress whatever, and have lost at
least 20,000 in killed and wounded
in frontal attacks.
These operations were pressed by
.Marshal von Hindenburg when he
had every chance of success. He had
vastly superior numbers, probably
600,000 men to 3;"i0,000 for the Russians on that front. He had gained
the prestige that was due for avoiding a terrible disaster and turning an
apparent rout into a new offensive
movement. And, most important, lie
had the assistance of the German
armies in East Prussia and Northwest Poland and the Austro-German
forces in Southwest Poland and in
Galicia, ail of which were advancing
Paris, Jan. 6.—An official statement says that the only notable incidents which are reported this evening  are as  follows:
In the north live'y cannonading
has taken place in the region of Zil-
lelieke.
Our positions in Argonne have
been maintained by us.
There has been slight progress by
our troops in Hie wood of Rizbach
near Altkirch.
There was a very appreciative attendance at the entertainment given
last evening in the Empress Theatre
in aid of the fund to provide "extras"
for the members of the contingents
at the front that go from Prince
Rupert. The mayor presided and the
prOgraflfme; which was entirely local
in its character, was very much enjoyed.
During   the  evening    Rev.    Canon
jRix gave an  address on the   British
Hag,    which    was    very    timely    and|REMUNERATION   FOR   THOSE   IN
which was the more readily appreciated at a time like this.
Tuchow,  IB  miles south of Tarnow, Commissioned Officers   Receive Very
on Christmas Day, and then, facing Meagre Pay to Defend Their
eastward,  attacked  the  other  bodies Country.
of Austrians and drove them in dis- 	
orderly   retreat   toward    tlie   Carpa- Until  an  army  order   was   issued
thians. several days ago by the British  War
.■and  throwing a tremendous   weiglil Office    few    persons    realized    how
Not   Vet  in  Full  Working Order, But
Has  Already  Shown   Its
Worth.
A step forward of supreme Importance Is the reconstruction of our
hanking system upon sclentilic lines,
and in stricter accordance With long
recognized necessities, says Henry j
(Continued on  Page Four.)
COL. PECK HAS BEEN
PROMOTED IN SERVICE
New Double Company System Has
Been Introduced At Victoria---Local Officers Have Been Advanced
Under The New Order Of Things
News  received  from   the   Willows merged   with   "D"   Company,    which
Camp al   Victoria gives Hie informa
See the special  prices   for   ladies'
coals at Wallace's sale. ja7
PAY GIVEN TO
BRITISH OFFICERS
THE SERVICE IS VERV
LIMITED.
against the long-drawn Russian line.
Now the situation is again suddenly changed by the decisive Russian victories in Galicia. One week
ago the Russians were forced to
abandon the investment of Cracow
because of a very general movement
meagre is the remuneration of tlie
commissioned officers of Great Britain's army, who are maintaining
the traditions of the service in
France and Belgium. The new order
announced increases the pay of officers in the army up to the rank of
captain.  It is noteworthy that more
by General Hoebni-Ermolli and heavy
forces of the Austrians through  the!K,,,,stantial P™*""™ »'•« been made
Carpathians,       and       the      advance
through tbe line of Ozenstochowa-
Cracow of an Austro-German force
under General   Dankl.   The  Russians
by the War Office for officers who
have been promoted to the commissioned  grades  from   tlie  ranks.
The  new  daily  rates   of    pay   ex-
Investigate  the  bargains   for   the
rest of the week at Wallace's.      ja7
YOUR KING AND COUNTRY
NEED YOU
Every Nan Should Drill
Recruits wanted for B Company 08th  Regiment.    Parades Monday
mid  Thursday   nights   hi   the   Agricultural   Building   at   8  o'clock.
s. p. MrMORRiE, Captain.
OW0lS1HHKH>lMH>iKHS#lW»^^
tion that Col. Peck has been promoted. This is made possible under
the introduction of the double company system, which provides for four
platoons to a company, The new system which is in use in tbe regular
army has been adopted In the 30tb
Battalion. Under this system tlie ]
new companies are about doublej
the strength of the old companies.
Under the new system the company commander is a mounted officer with the rank of either captain
or major. In carrying this int.. effeel
is   largely   composed    of   Koolenay
men,  with  some also  from Nanaiino.
Tin- worth of Col. Peck of the
local contingent has been recognized
in his appointment in command this
new company. Capt. D. .M. Moore,
second in command of "1!" Company,
has been promoted to second in command of the new comapny,
Under this new system the company which is commanded by Col.
Peck is divided into four platoons,
each under a subaltern. The drill is
very much changed from the old
order. There is no information given
as to whether the new system which
"11" Company, which  Is the designa-lls In vogue in Hie regular army is to
Hon  of the  Prince Rupert   unit,   Is be introduced  Into the militia   drill.
were bard pressed and in real danger Passed in Canadian  values,   for of-
of envelopment, Bui the Grand Duke fleers of the several arms and   com
Nicholas executed one of Hie strate- mands  of fhe service are:
flic operations  for   which   he  has  he-'      House-hold   Cavalry     Second    lieu-
come    famous.' Having    withdrawn,tenant,    $2.04;    lieutenant,    $2.23;
from Cracow to tin- liiala liner, I lu-j captain. $3.24;  captain   after   three
Russians suddenly senl  a heavy col- years in the ranks and twelve years'
unm rapidly marching southward, In- service,  $.1.48.
terposed     themselves    between    ihe!    Royal    Horse   Artillery— Second
Austrians  of  the  ninth  and  of   theilieutenant,  $2.28;   lieutenant, $2.52;
south, defeated von Boehm-Ermoll at captain, $3.60;  after three years   in
 o  [ranks     and    twelve    years'    service,
Ladies'   and   children's  clothes   at $4.32.
bargains  never   before   equalled    in      Cavalry of the Line    Second licu-
Prlnce Ruperl  at  Wallace's. ja7i (Continued on  Page Two.)
Harry Atkins - Family Butcher
Has rented a market stand in
Cor. of Third Avenue and Second Street
in store of Stalker & Wells
Has opened with a choice selected stock of Meats, Prompt attests tion t<> phone orders. Prices moderate to suit the times. Will ap-
g   predate  everyone's  patronage.
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8
/ ■ Thursday, January  7,   1915.
PRINCE    RUPERT    JOURNAL
JDrtnce lEupetf journal
Telephone 138
O. H. NELSON, Editor
Offlce: 128 Third Avenue Bast,
near McBride Street. Telephone 13S
Postofflce   Box   607.
■ AILY   EDITION.
Published  every   morning    except new   order
Monday.  Delivered by carrier in the
elty at the fallowing rate, If paid in
advance:—
One   Year $5.00
/     Six   Months $2.56
Three   Months $1.25
If not   paid   in   advance   50c   a
month.
WEEKLY  EDITION.
Published  every  Friday  for  ctrcu
biion   outside   the City   of   Prince
Rupert at $2.00 a year, addressed t
points In Canada; or $3.00 a year to
•1!  points  In  the   United   Kingdom
the  United  States  or   other    foreign
countries.
Advertising  liutes  I'pon Application.
Thursday, January  7,  1913
INTERESTED    IN   SPORT.
Here is a story told in England of
Captain von Muller, late of the Em-
den. One night, while tbe British
cruiser Yarmouth was escorting a
merchant ship out of Singapore, the
wireless operator received calls from
a ship some distance away. He answered them, and to his surprise
found that lie was in communication with the German cruiser Eni-
den. \
Thus spake the wireless:
Captain von Muller and the wardroom mess send their compliments,
and would be obliged if the . Yarmouth would let them have the result of the inter-regimental Rugby
football  match."
The result was duly given, together with an intimation that it
would noi be very long before British sportsmen in tlie east bad the
pleasure of the captain's company at
all   field   and   track  events.
PAY GIVEN.
fContinued   from   Page  One.)
$3;   after three years in   the ranks
and   twelve years' service,  $3.-18.
In ihe case of majors of the Army
Service Corps with less than two
years' service in tlie ranks, the rate
Is fixed at $3.60 a clay.
The daily rates of armament, engineer and corps pay are fixed by the
Second lieutenants receive 24 cents for armament, 60
cents engineer pay and 48 cents
corps pay. Lieutenants receive 24
cents. 72 cents and 48,cents, respectively. Captains, is cents, 96 cents,
and  72 cents.
On promotion from the non-commissioned grade to second lieutenant
In a line infantry regiment the daily
pay is $2.40; Royal Field Artillery,
$2.52; Royal Garrison Artillery and
Cavalry, $2.04; Royal Engineers
$2.7<i; Royal Dorse Artillery, $2.88.
There Is ho increase for a full lieutenant.
For a lieutenant, arter six years'
service, toward which service in the
ranks will count up to a maximum
of three years, an increase of 2 4
cents a day will be paid on promotion
to tbe rank of captain, and small increases made at the end of three
years in  that rank.
Officers promoted from the ranks
will receive an outfit allowance of
$750, and substantial gratuities will
be granted on retirement. Pensions
will be paid to officers with fifteen
or more years of service.
Come early and get your choice at
Wallace's. ja7
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Subscribe for The Daily Journal.
50 cents r. month.
Phone  300
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Skeena
Land    District—District
Coast, Range V.
of
tenant, $2.n4; lieutenant, $2.28;
captain, $3.24; after three years in
ranks and twelve years' service,
$3.8 1.
Royal Field Artillery and Royal
Garrison Artillery—-Second lieutenant. $2.04; lieutenant, $2.2s; captain, $3.24; after three years in
ranks and twelve years' service
$:;.4v
Royal Engineers- Second lieutenant, $2.04; lieutenant, $2.28; cap-
lain, $3.24; after three years in
ranks and twelve years' service,
$3.72.
infantry of the Line, West Indian
Regiments unci Army Service Corps
—Second lieutenant, $1.80; lieutenant, $2.04; captain, $3; after three
years in the ranks and twelve years'
seavlce,  $3.48.
Foot Guards—Second lieutenant,
$1.80;    lieutenant,    $2.04;    captain,
TAKE NOTICE that William
Gren'ille Boyd, of Edmonton, Alberta, occupation Priest, intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
ollowing described lands: Commencing at a post planted one mile distant and in a northerly direction
from Skiabl PL, on the west side of
Stephens Island; thence east 20
chains, thence south 20 chains,
thence west 20 chains, thence north
20 chains, to the point of commencement, following both shore lines ot
bays,
WILLIAM   GRENVILLE   BOYD.
Per his agent, Lancelot Russel Wal
rond  Beavis.
Dated  August 29th,  1914. sS7
SYNOPSIS      OF      COAL      MINING
REGULATIONS,
Coal mining rights of the Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and
Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the
Northwest Territories and a portion
of the Province of British Columbia,
may be leased for a term of twenty-one years at an annual, rental of
$1 per acre. Not more than 2,560
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
are situated.
in surveyed territory the land
must be described by se'ctions, or
legal subdivisions of sections,, and
In unsurveyed territory the tract applied for shall be staked out by the
applicant  kimself.
Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $5, which will he
refunded if tlie rights applied for
are not available, but not otherwise. A royalty 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 mined
and pay the royalty thereon. If the
coal mining rights are not being operated, such returns should be furnished at least once a year.
The lease will include Hie coal
mining rights only; hut the lessee
may be permitted to purchase what
ever available surface rights may be
considered necessary for the working of the mine at the rate of $10
per acre.
' For full Information application
should be made to the Secretary of
the Department of the Interior, Ot
tawa, or to any Agent, or Sub-
Agent of Dominion Lands.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy Minister of the Interior
Harrison W. Rogers
ARCHITECl
Suite 1
Federal Bldg.       Prince Rupert. B.C
IMPERIAL MACHINE WORKS
Engines   Installed   and    General
Repairs
Oxy-Acetyiene  Plant   in    Connection
Phone Red 150 Third Avenue
J. H. HILDITCH
Contractor and Buildet
Estimates given on oil classes of
work, whether small or large. Personal attention given to every Item.
PHONE GRBBN 821
FRClDBRlCIv   PWTERS,  K.C.
Barrister, Solicitor and Notary Publi.
Skeena Land District — Diptrict of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that 60 days after
date^3 intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands for a licence
to prospect for ooal, petroleum and
natural gas as follows: Commencing
at a post planted about 1-4 mile
north and 2 miles east of the northeast corner of Lot 4 Moresby Island and marked F.C.W.'s northwest corner; thence south 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains, thence north
SO chains, thence west 80 chains to
point of commencement. Located
June 23, 1914.
F. C. WRICHT, Locator.
ai;2 A. Cromp, Agent.
Skeena Land District — District of
Coast, Range 5.
TAKE NOTICE that I Hugh Mc
Lean, intend to apply for a licence
to prospect for coal and petroleum
on the following described lands
Commencing at a post planted one
mile south of the south-west corner
of P. Chesley's No. S claim, being
about 1 1-2 miles north of the Beaver River and 4 miles west of tbe
Cedar River; thence south SO chains,
thence east SO chains, thence north
80 chains, thence west 80 chains to
the point of commencement, containing 040 acres, to be known as
II. McLean's No. 12 claim.
HUGH  McI.EAN,
Per G,  F.  Moncklon, Agent,
nug 19
Dated Ju'y 24th, 1914.
\ct.
CH»OWKHKH>arKHHHKHKHKHKHKHKl-
D
of
THE MOST COMFORTABLE
TOURING CAR
IN THE CITY
Answers all calls day and nfu.lii
Coal and Petroleum
(Form No. 9.)
Form of Notice.
Hazelton Land District—District
Coast, Range 5
TAKE NOTICE that John V. Rit-
tenhouse, of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation Mining Engineer, intends
to apply for a licence lo prospect for
coal and petroleum over and under
the following described lands: Commencing at a post planted about 2%
j miles north-east from the confluence
of the Copper and Kitnayakwa rivers, thence north 80 chains; llience
weal 80 chains; thi nee south 80
[chains; thence easl SO chains to
point of commencement, containing
640 ai res more or less,
.1.   V.   RITTENHOUSB.
Dated Oci ibi r 24tn,  1914
Phone 99
Stand:    Hotel    Prince    Rupert
Skeena    Land    District—District   of
Coast, Range 5.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Thomas
Henry Tracy, intend to apply for a
licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted one mile south of the southwest, corner of H. McLean's No. 8
claim, being about 1 1-2 miles north
of the Denver River and 3 miles
west, of the Cedar River; thence
oast 80 chains, thence north 80
chains, thence west SO chains, thence
south 80 chains to the point of commencement, containing G40 acres, to
be known as T. H. Tracy's No. 11
claim.
THOMAS   HENRY  TRACY.
Per G.  F.  Moncklon, Agent.
Located August  20th.  1914.     o!6
Office In
■XCHANG1 BLOCK
DR. GILROY, DENTIST
Crown and Brltlse Work a
Specialty
Oilice:  Smith   Block,   Third   Avenue
3. W.  POTTER,  L.I.R.B.A.
ARCHITECT     AND     STRUCTURAL
ENGINEER
Re-inforced Concrete a Specialty
P. O.  Box 271
C. T. P. S. S.
Sailings for Vancouver
Victoria and Seattle
S.S.  Prince George every  Friday at 1) a.m.
S.S. Prince John at 7 p.m. mi January 8, 17, 31; February 14, 28.
etc.
For Mnssett and Port, Clement*, S.S. Prince John 10 p.m. .luiiunry
U, U3;  February tl, 20, etc.
For Skidegate, Lockeport, etc., S.S. Prince John 11 p.m. January
10,  24;   February   7,  91, «tc.
For Stewart and Naas River S.S. Prince John 0 a.m. Jaimniw 13,
27;   February  It), 34, etc.
F»r Anyox (Granby Ray) S..S. Prince George midnight every Wednesday.
G.T.P.   RAILWAY SCHEDULE
Trains leave Prince Rupert for Prince George, Edmonton, Melville,
Winnipeg, etc., at 10 a.m., Wednesdays and Saturdays, connecting  with   trains  for   St. Paul, Chicago and all   points   cast.
Trains  arrive  from  the east en Thursdays and Sundays   at O p.m.
G.T. RAILWAY SYSTEM
.  .»■■.
The   DimhW-trark    Route
From Chicago to Toronto, Hamilton,   Buffalo,    Montreal,    etc.,    etc.
For reservations, tickets and 1*11 information regarding tcavrl to
any part of the world apply to the G.T.P. Ticket Office, Third
Avenue;   Agency all Atlantic Steamship  Lines.
A. FAULDS, M.I. M.E.
Consulting Mining Engineer
Examinations   and    development    of
Coal, Metal, Oil. Etc.
709 Duusmuir St.
Vancouver, B.C.
HOTEL DIRECTORY
Members  of  the  Prince  Rupct
Licensed Vintners' Association
WINDSOR    HOTEL
Cor. ol  Fir*t Ave. and  Eighth St,
W. H. Wright, Prop.
HOTEL  CENTRAL
First  Ave, and  Seventh St.
European   unci   American   Plans
$1.00 to $2.50 Per Day
Peter  lllaek.,  Prop.
skeena   Land   District  -
Coast, Range
KNOX  HOTEL
Firm     Ave.     Ret ween     Eighth    nnd
Ninth
d181 European Plans   Rates 50c to yi.no
Per  Day
llesner   &   Besner,   Props.
Massage,    Manicuring,   Scalp   Treatment,  Electric  Treatments,  Etc.
Mrs.   N.  L.  Handasjde, Pi-op.
211 Third St.,        PRINCE RUPERT
JAMES GILMORE
Canadian Pacific Railway
PRINCESS MAQUINNA, Southbound
SUNDAY, AT 8 P.M.
3. 6. McNAB, General Agent, earner  Third. Ave.   and.   Fourth    St.
ARCHITECT
Second Ave. Near  McBride  St
P.O. Boj  1714 Telephone 44S
RITCHIE,   AGNEW   &   CO.
Civil Engineers and Surveyors
Prince  Rupert,  B.C.
Waterworks, Water Power, Wharf
Construction, Reports, Plans, Domin-
on and Provincial Land Surveying,
Electric Blue Printing, Negatives and
White  Prints
Phone Blue 1S3
Res.  Phone 3 93
UP-TO-DATE
UNDSArS GARTAGEftSTORAGE
G. T. P. CARTAGE AGENTS
331 SECOND AVENUE
JINGLE POT COAL
Is handled by  us. All orders recelvi
prompt ntteminn   Phone No. 68.
TAKE NOTICE thai I, Philip
jClieslcy. intend lo apply for a licence
to prospeel for coal and petroleum
on the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted one
mile south of tlie south-west corner
of my No. 8 claim, being 1 1-2 miles
north of the Beaver River and 4
miles -west of the Cedar River;
thence south 80 chains, thence west
SO chains, thence north SO chains,
thence east 80 chains to the point of
commencement, containing 040 acres
to he known as P. Chesley's No. 12
claim.
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Thursday,  January
19ir
KITCHENER'S ARMY
HAS NEW SONGS
"TIPPERARV"   IS   NOT   AS    POI'f
LAR AS IT FORMERLY
WAS.
.Many New Airs Have  Been Given   a
Place by tbe Tommies
Now.
Doleful Refrain. Songs on Topical Events.
What 1 have called the "meaning- Occasionally our improvised songs
less' choruses are most traditional.! form quite ingenious comments on
Their origin  is  buried  in   the   early \ topical events. The woes of our Home
I'.ance-Corporal .1. Russell Warren
(Queen Victoria Rilies), writing In
the London Evening News, says: The
songs our soldiers sing have been a
constant source of astonishment to
our French and Belgian allies. The
French     soldier,     as     lie     marches,
'swings  along the the lilting  refrainjTwo men w<m, tQ m0^
full  of references to   the   flag   and|     Went (0 mow a meadow
France  and   death   on   the    field    of
annals of the British army. But with'
no apparent reason for existence
they still survive and are handed
down intact from generation to
generation of soldiers. There is, for
instance, the story pf the men who
went to mow the meadow. Sung to
a doleful and almost tuneless refrain
it runs like this:
One man went to mow,
Went to mow a meadow,
One man went to mow,
Went to mow a meadow.
Two men went to mow,
Went  to  mow  a  meadow.
I.
honor. But the British Tommy sturdily scorns sentimentality. And this
Is as true of the Territorials and
Lord Kitchener's new army in train-1
ing as it is of, the men at the front.
As we of Queen Victoria's Rifles j
march through Mayfair to Hyde I
Park, you hear very little patriotic
music  from  us.
True, we do occasionally whistle
the "Marseillaise" and the Russian!
National Anthem, just by way of appreciation of our Allies. ("La Bra-
banconne," by the way, has so far
eluded us.) But, fortunately, no-
hody attempts to sing either of
them, and we do not whistle them
too  often.   Too    frequent    repetition!.
Three  men  went  to mow, etc.
This goes on almost Indefinitely.
But usually when it reaches ten or
a dozen men either the singers are^
out, of breath or the ranks behind
demand a change and drown men
and meadow in a varied hurst of
melody.
"We're  Here   Because  We're  Here."
Senseless and  monotonous as this
refrain   is,  there    is
      remarkable
swing to it, and fifty men reiterating "Seven men, six men, live men,
four men, three men, two men, one
Defence Company are set forth in
this refrain, to tlie air of "There is
a Happy Land" (a tune by the way
that is a favorite quickstep in our
Indian army).
Where are our uniforms?
•Far, far, away.
When will our rilies come?
P'raps, p'raps, some day!
■   ■■'**•>■'.»** C.'.» V,.     ..
Our 1st Battalion, indignant at
being told off to guard railway lines
for a time, instead of being sent to
the front, evolved a hymn of protest to tbe air of "Onward, Christian
Soldiers," the refrain of which was
this:
Onward, Queen Victoria,
Guarding the railway line,
Is this foreign service?
Ain't  it jolly  line?
Would  Not   Change  Them.
These are the songs we sing, and
we would nol change them for all
your high-toned music. We know
they are in deplorable taste, and
that they are very far from being
"Art." But we do not care. They are
excellent to march to, everybody
knows them, or if one does not, he
can learn them in two minutes. And
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lot' Jew's harps!  Another of these re-jand hear it. But we do not need It
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the Reserve existing on Detention
Island by reason of a Notice published in the British Columbia Gazette on
the 30th of May, 1912, is hereby can
celled.
R.  A.   RENWICK,
Deputy Minister c f Lands
Department of Lands,
Victoria, B.C.,
October  19th,  1914.       021
Skeena Land District — District of
Coast, Range 5.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Geoffrey
Francis Mo.nckton, intend to apply
for a licence te prospect for coal and
petroleum on the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted one mile south of the southwest corner of H. McLean's No. 8
claim, being about 1 1-2 miles north
of tbe Beaver River and 3 miles west
of the Cedar River; thence south 80
chains, thence east SO chains, thence
north 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, to the point of commencement, containing. 640 acres, to be
known as G. F. Monckton's No. 11
claim.
GEOFFREY  FRANCIS  MONCKTON,
Locator.
Located August 21st. 1914.       old
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hind and an exhortation to "sing
something English." We have our
own marching songs, and they suit
us better than tlie finest music that)
was ever created.
|"Auld Lang Syne," and consists sim-jabout teaching us some of the French
ply  of this:
!
We're here, because we're here, be-
soldlers'    songs—    the    magnificent
"Chant du Depart," the first bars of!
which   Dilihin    "cribbed"    when    he
cause we're here, because we're'wrote "The Death of   Nelson,"   and
here. I the stirring ""Sambre et Meuse." But
:we  do not  want  to  learn them.  The
be- result  would   please   neither   us   nor
anse  we're here, because we're;the French. But  for all that, do not
think us conservative. We are always open to learn anything fresh,
Have we not taken to our hearts
and lungs a chorus that, according to
have  sung "Tipperary"  till    we  arejjjere  we are, hero  we are, here we Punch,   is  sung   in    Ihe   camps   of
Roughly, our songs fall into threelWe're here, because we're here
Taboo mi "Tipperary."
our songs fall int>
categories—the "popular" song, the
meaningless chant, and the improvised ditty. "Tipperary" springs to
one's mind as the host known example of tlie  popular song.    But we
here.
A yet more popular ono rmis
described lands: Commencing at a
post planted on the north end of Fin
Island, 80 chains west of Inlet,
thence south SO chains, thence east
SO chains, thence north about 35
chains, thence Travers Inlet to the
most northerly point, thence west
about 80 chains to point of commencement, containing 640 acres
more or less.
WILLIAM   A.   PRESTON.
J.  P.  Meehan,  Agent.
Dated August 22   1914. s2(i
WESTHOLME LUMBER CO., LTD.
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sick of it and it  is  taboo  now.  Our1
are again,
[Kitchener  to  the tune   of   ihe   Sol-
chief favorite now is the chorus thatJHere we are, here  we are, here wo'dior's  Chorus  from   "Faust"-
asks  pointedly; are again.
Hello, hello, who's your lady friend?|     Oh. ,io. .ioloio.
I've seen you with a girl or  two,       | WOW!
Oh, oh, oh,  1   AM  surprised  at   you. I     The "Wow" comes out with a  ter
rific  yelp, a  sort  of  vocal  horseplay
that  delights us immeasurably!
Then there are the Improvised
scums. You often bear us swinging
along to the tune of a. well-known
hymn. I regret to say that the 'words
arc- not those associated with tlie air
in ihe hymn book. For Instance, to
[one beautiful refrain we chant the
[words of "Sins a Song of Sixpence,"
ending up with
And  wasn't  that  a   dainty dish,
And   wasn't  that  a  dainty dish,
And   wasn't, that  a  dainty dish,
To set before a king?
Nothing Irreverent
Let me assure you, though, that
we mean nothing irreverent. Nor do
we mean any barm when, on a   wet
   clay,  we swing along to  the  tune of
Of     drinking   songs   our    present j,■mot her   well-known   hymn,   singing:
favorite  is  this:
Hello,  hello,  stop  your  little  games.
Don't you think your ways yon ought
to mend?
This isn't tlfe girl I saw you  with at
Brighton.
Who, who, WHO'S your lady friend?
Other    Favorites.
Other favorite gems are: "Who
Were Yon With Last Night?" "Hold
Your Hand Out Naughty Boy." and
"Take lie in Your Anns and Say
You Love Me." An entire company
I blush to say, will liglitbeartedly
hall a pretty girl who passes with
the' refrain:
You're my baby, you're-a wonderful
child.
I'd like to have you round   to makej
a fuss over me.
I'd like to bounce you up and down
upon my knee.
All soldiers live on bread unci jam
All soldiers eat it instead of ham!
And  every,   morning   we
Colonel  say,
■'Form  fours!   Eyes right
dinner today!"
we'  hear    the
lam   for
Skeena Land  District —  District of
Coast, Range 5.
TAKE NOTICE that 1, Geoffrey
F. Monckton, intend to apply for a
licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over the following described lands: Commencing at a post
marked Monckton's No. 12, S.W. Cor.
planted one mile south of tbe southwest corner of P. Chesley's No. 8
claim, being about 1 1-2 miles north
of the Beaver River and 4 miles
west of the Cedar River; thence 80
chains east, thence north 80 chains,
thence west SO chains, thence south
80 chains to the point of commencement, containing 640 acres to be
known as O,  F.  Monckton's   No.   12
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The way the wind blows, we'll go.
The way the wind blows, we'll BO.
Come along,   come   along,    along
with  me.
Sing  a  song,  sing a    song ,   along
with me,
Tlie way the wind blows, we'll go.
Hail, rain or snow.
But in case we may get dry
Bring the Tiddledebitetl.
The way the wind blows, we'll go.
Raining, raining, raining,
Always blooming well raining;
Raining all  the  morning.
And  raining all  the night.
As .-in alternative we occasionally
chant, to the air of "Kind Words
Can Never Die," the doleful chorus:
This lain  will never slop,
Never stop, never stop,
This rain will never stop,
No!   No!   No!
S'kcena    Land    District—District    of|olaIm
Skeena, Coast R. IV.
TAKE NOTICE that William
Blackwood, of Vancouver, B.C., occupation Broker, intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described   lands:   Commencing   at a|
GEOFFREY F. MONCKTON,
Locator.
Located August 19th, 1914.      ol6
Skeena Land  District — District   of
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
post Planted on the north end of Fin I     TAKE NOTICE that John A. Kirk
Island about SO chains west of Inlet
thence south SO chains, thence Travers Shore in a south-westerly direction about 00 chains, thence northerly direction about CO chains, llience
in a north-easterly directioii to point
of commencement, containing 640
acres more or less.
WILLIAM   BLACKWOOD.
.1.   P.   Meehan.  Agent.
Dated  August  22nd,   1914
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Form   of Notice.
Hazelton   Land   District—District   of
Coast, Itnngo B.
TAKE NOTICE that John V. Itit-
tenboiise, of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation Mining Engineer, Intends
to apply Cor a licence to prospect for
coal and petroleum over and under
the following described lands: Commencing al a post planted aboul 2 ':-
miles north-east from the confluence
of the Copper nnd Kitnayakwa rivers: thence south 80 chains; llience
v. i 80 chains; thence north 80
chains; thence east 80 chains, to
point of commencement,' containing
640  acres more or less.
.1.   V.   RITTENHOUSB.
Haled October 24th, 1914.
Patrick, of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation Merchant, intends to apply
for permission to prospect for coal
and petroleum over the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted on Naden Harbor, about two
'and ono-half miles nortli of the
south-west corner of S.T.L. 2551,
thence east SO chains, thence north
SO chains, thence west SO chains,
tnencG south 80 chains to point of
commencement, containing 640 acres [
more or less.
JOHN   A.   K1RKPATRICK.
Agent, John  Monro.
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Hazelton   Land   District,   District   of
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TAKE NOTICE that John V. Rit-
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to apply for a licence to prospect for
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miles north-east from the confluence
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point of commencement, containing
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Dated October 24th. 1914.        din
Skeena Land Dlstrlot — District of
Coast, Range ■'-.
TAKE NOTICK unci I, Thomas
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cence to prospecl for coal nnd petroleum over the following described
lands: Commencing al a posl plante I
one mile south of tbe soutb-wesi corner of P. Ch, ■■!-■ No, < claim, be
Ing about I 1-2 ^niles north of the
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tbe Cedar River; thence north 80
chains, thence west SO chains, thence
south, 80 chain-, thence east 80
chains lo this posl Tracy No. 12, S.E.|
Cor., comprising 040 acres to be
known as T.  II. Tracy's No. 12 claim,
THOS. II. TRACY,
Per G.  F.  Monckton.  Agent,
Located  August  10th, 1014.      olO
Skeena   Land    District—District    of|
Queen Charlotte   Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that John Alexander Murray, of Prince Rupert, B.
C, occupation Carpenter, intends to
apply fer permission to prospect for
cord and petroleum over the following described lands on Massett Inlet
flrabam Island: Commencing at r
post planted at the south-west corner
of f,ot No. 1579, thence north 80
chains, thence east 80 chains, thence
south 8<l chains, thence west SO
chains to point of commencement,
containing 040 acres more or less.
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C. H. Orme, The Pioneer Druggist
Two Stores, Phones 82 and 200
For 24  hours ending  5  p.m.
January C.
Bar. reduced to sea level. . . .29.418
Highest   temperature    47.0
Lowest temperature  44.0
Rain    74
FEDERAL  BANKING,
(Continued  from  Page One.)
Clews, of New York, in his weekly
financial review. The new federal reserve system made a splendid start
on the road to sound and progressive
banking. Tlie country now has an
elastic currency system; also a plan
whereby the banking powers of the
country are concentrated, with the
power of control distributed somewhat in accordance with the importance of various sections. The new
system is not yet in full working order, but has already shown its potentialities for good, and the country now possesses a financial organization better able to cope with!
financial crises than any which wej
have hitherto had. This is another
favorable factor which has not been
adequately reflected in either business or financial circles. Still another
encouraging factor has been a good
harvest, whicli saved the country
from a serious setback and imparted
positive optimism throughout the
grain belt. We raised far too much
cotton to benefit Hie south; but this
will prove a not unmixed blessing
since cheap cotton must help both
domestic and European manufacturers to place their industry upon a
more normal condition. Lastly the
Interstate Commerce Commission
granted tlie railroads permission to
advance rates 6 per cent, with certain well known exceptions. The decision was somewhat disappointing
inasmuch as it is expected to increase revenues only ,'!0 millions instead of no millions as at first stated; but its chief importance is the
significant change of attitude on (lie
part of the commissioners toward the
railroads, whicli is In keeping with
the change in the government attitude already noted.
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Special   bargains  in   all    lines    at
Wallace's. ja7
The Rexall Store
United Drug Company, Limited
Toronto
CORPORATION  OF THE   CITY  OF
PRINCE  RUPERT.
Proposed   Plunk   Roadways  on
Eleventh Avenue.
SEALED TENDERS will be re
ceived up to ii p.m. Monday, January 11, 1915, for the construction
of the following plank roads:
Contract No. 2—Eleventh Avenue.
Conrad to Alfred Streets.
Contract No. 3—Eleventh Avenue,
Alfred to Sherbrooke Streets.
Plans may be seen and specifications obtained at the G-ity Engineer's
Office.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
W.  McO.  MASON,
City  Engineer.
For the Household
Delivered to your kitchen
door, like groceries
Budweiser
175,000,000 Bottles Yearly
That was the demand for Budweiser last
year.
The Anheuser-Busch Plant covers today
more than 142 acres — equal to 70 city
blocks. It gives steady employment to
6,000 people, and to 1,500 more In its
branches.
Every process, every room, is immaculate.
Every bottle is Pasteurized and inspected.
This Quality-Plant, started nearly 50 years
ago, is a model of modern facilities.
The hundreds of visitors who go through
every day know that nothing of its kind
could be made any better than Budweiser.
Anheuser-Busch, St. Louis
The Largest Plant of Its Kind
in the World
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Skeena    Land   District — District of
Coast. Range V.
TAKE NOTICE that .lames Thomas, of Victoria, B.C., occupation seaman, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands: Commencing at a post planted
oi.e mile distant and in a northerly
direction from Skiakl Ft, on the
west, side of Stephens Island; thence
north 40 chains following the sinuosities of shore line, thence east 20
chains, then'ce south 40 chains following H. s amplication to purchase line, thence west 20 chaiiw to
the point, of commencement, containing SO aeres more or less.
JAMES  THOMAS.
Dated  August 29th, 1914. s27
Skeena   Land    District—District   of
Coast Range Five.
TAKE NOTICE that I, George
Mills Shirley, of Prince Rupert, occupation Rancher, intends to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post planted at the N.E.
corner of Lot 5462, Range 5, Coast
District; thence east 32 chains, more
or less, to the west boundary of Lot
48. Thence south along the said
West boundary of Lot 48 about four
chains to the G.T.P. Right-of-way;
thence westerly following the G.T.P.
Right-of-way to the S.E. corner of
Lot 5462; thence northerly 4.26
chains to point of commencement,
containing 15 acres more or less.
GEORGE   MILLS  SHIRLEY.
Dated  August  29th,  1914. s2
Skeena   Land    District—District    of
Skeena, Coast R. IV.
TAK,E NOTICE that Nathand W.
Bradslack, of Vancouver, B.C, occupation Laborer, Intends to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted at the extreme head
of Inlet on the south-west corner of
Fin Island, thence north about 25
chains, thence west about 70 chains,
thence Travers Shore line back to
point, of commencement, containing
300 acres more or less.
NATHAMD  W.  BRADSTACK.
J.   P.   Meehan,   Agent.
Dated August  22,  1914. s26
HE  HIGH  COST Oh'   LIVING  BE-
DICED BY IUVTXP YOl II
P.est   Quality    Domestic   Lump   Coal
fftO.50 Per Ton
Best Quality Washed   Nut t'onl,.
$H.~r, Per Ton
DELIVERED
—THE—
Union  Transfer  Co.
Prince Rupert, B.C., Phone .311
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
For Rent
BEASONABLE   RATES
THE
Continental Trust
Company
Coal and Petroleum Act.
(Form No. 9.)
Form of Notice.
Hazelton  Land  District—District   of
Coast, Range 5.
TAKE NOTICE that John V. Rit-
tenhouse, of Prince Rupert, B.C.,
occupation mining engineer, intends
to apply for a licence to prospect
for coal and petroleum over and under the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
2V£ miles north-east from the confluence of the Copper and Kitnayakw
rivers, thence south 80 chains;
thence easl SO chains; thence north
SO chains; thence west 80 chains, to
point of commencement, containing|
6 4(1 acres more or less.
,T.   V.   RITTENHOUSB.
Dated October 24th,  1914.        dlf.
Free
Skeena    Land    District-—District    of
Queen  Charlotte   Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that John A. Murray, *of Prince Rupert B.C., occupation Carpenter, intends to apply for
permission to prospect for coal and
petroleum over the following described lands: Massett Inlet, Graham
island: Commencing at a post planted at the north-east corner of Lot
1577; thence south 80 chains to the
shore of Massett Inlet; thence west
80 Chains; thence north SO chains;
thence east 80 chains to place of
commencement, containing 640 aeres
more or less.
JOHN A. MURRAY.
Date located 27th  July,  1914. s23
New Wellington
Coal
The Favorite  Household Coal
Cleanest, Brightest and Best
Rogers & Albert
cecund Avenue
Phone 116
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They are GUARANTEED for
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will send, subject to duty, absolutely  free;
Three pairs of our famous
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any color, or
Three pairs of our Ladles'
Hose, in lllack, Tan or White
colors, with written guarantee.
DON'T    DELAY—Offer    expires when  dealer in your   locality  is   selected.   Give   color
and size desired.
The International   Hosiery  Co.
21 Bittner Street
Dayton, Ohio - U.S.A.
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Phone  93.
P.D.  Box  38.
Pacific Cartage Limited
General  Teaming
Furniture Moving a Specialty.
When you buy COAL buy the BEST
— Ladysnilth  Lump  or  Comox
Washed  Nut.

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