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Array The Journal
¥S 00
a year
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VOL.  V.
PRINCE RUPERT, B. C,    WEDNESDAY,  JANUARY  20,  1015.
Price  5_Cents.
NO
H COAST TOWNS
NTINUE
FROM
Russians Are Still
In Hot Pursuit O,
The Turkish Army
forts and 1,200 in another. 1 myself, with 400 relatives and friends,
fought a hopeless battle at the bridge
until all but four were killed by the
Turks' rjkilck-ftrers. I then fled on
horseback from Tabriz to Julfa. All
the members of tlys consulates and
banks escaped from Tabriz."
Luncheon on Prince George.
CLERGYMAN  LEFT TO
JOIN   HIS   REGIMENT
Rev.
.  Riley of McBride Has Gone
to  England  to  Serve
in   War.
Petrograd, Jan. 19.—An official
report from tlje Turkish front says:
We continued the pursuit of the
Turkish army and have successfully
cleared the region of Franstchorokh
of the enemy. On January 18 we
took possession of the village of
Suldrevati. We captured positions in
the mountain of Sultansellm, Inflicting considerable loss on the*enemy.
Fought to the End.
Tbe correspondent tf the Bourse
Gazette at Tlllis sends a statement
made to him by Schodaja Ed Daco-
lueh, the former governor of the
province of Azerbljan, Persia, who
has arrived In Tlflis, He is one of
four  survivors  of  n of    400
horsemen   who  defended   tl
at thi    ml     tc<   to "th"
i-sia."    !'■    fom    t-1
I'll i houi
Inns who
n i    in,
WI
i -I  heard       it    I
Miandoah!Kaiser s r.orces Have Again   succeeded
At 1 o'clock today a luncheon will
lie served ou board the G.T.P. steamer Prince Pleorge under the auspices
of tlie Board of Trade. This is one of
tlie regular series given. A.  II. Tdiii-
Nothing To Report From Front
Paris, Jan. 19.—An official report from the front says there
has been no notable incident reported, from the war front this
evening.
The Rev. T. Riley, who has been
in charge of St. George's Church at
Fort George and also at McBride
since the beginning of August last
year, left Sunday morning for the
Old Country to take office in his old
regiment.
Before he was ordained  Mr. Riley
linson will speak on "Agriculture inlwas a major In the Territorial forces
the North" at the conclusion of the and commanded the Sixth Lancashire
luncheon. (Continued on  Page Four.)
BRITISH GOVERNMENT
THANKFUL  FOR   HOUSES
Saskatchewan   Government   Has   Received   Communication   From
the War Office.
Violent Earthquakes
In Ionian Islands
In  The Mediterranean
Regina, Jan. 10.—The Saskatchewan government has received a communication from the War Office expressing thanks for the donation of
over one thousand high-class horses
to the'British Empire as a war gift.
The government is informed thai  no
ion   welcome  gift  could    a  i   '.
nad . as horses e gi i tlj in demand for  war  purpos !
Paris, Jan. 19.—Violent earthquakes occurred on Monday on '/.-;.,\-
te ancl Cephalonla islands iu the
Ionian group hi the -Mediterranean.
It is feared that there has been considerable damage as a result of those
disturbances.
lu  Italian Zone.
Rome, Jan. 10.—Ortuochia, southeast of Avezztnio, has at least two
thousand victims from the earthquake. Fully half wore found buried
in the Cathedral ruins there. In San
Benedetto tour thousand are dead
-, i o lal ion of '.' 00. In Ce-
lano a tin • ■
no,  nineti ''ti   hundred  ol   two    I   i
:  inhabitants are d mil I Pes-]
cina  has  more  than    four   thousand
buried.
Shocks are especially severe ln
fian Benedetto, Montallo, Uffugo, San
Pietro, Valano, and Nappi, Houses
arc damaged, but there are no victims.
INCREASED NUMBER
OF PREEMPTIONS
ixrniti:
'; I'. !■
iTING      FIGURES      Iti'.I.A-
TO   FARMING   ALONG
THE G.T.P.
ousi       ■    I   leres   \i    '    en to the
Actual  i rhis
I ei ri
^^^^^^^I^H^^^I^H
FROM IHE PACIFIC i
iPORT THAT CAPITAL IS BI   \<i
INTERESTED l\ THAT L1NI
IN  VICTORIA.
.1.   Hayward  from    Newfoundland
Believes Opening  Exists on
Coast.
  KKii'iri"   Childr^H
Combatants-—Attem is M.acie (      King's Palace At
Several Coast Towns Suffered From Bombs Dropped I
s--Warship Prince Gf Wales'Gum Fire Destroy
London, Jan,    I astile   ■ rcn [|
passed over Yarmouth 111is evening
and dropped si eral bombs. The missiles did great damage to property
.There  Was  suit e  I: ss  ol'  life   also.
li is reported that lour persons
weii> killed at Ktugslynn from the
(hopping of bomUS. There are reports
that aircraft  passed  over   Samlring-
For the purpose oi developing the
boneless cod industry on this coast,
P. .1. I lay ward is in the city meeting
prominent business men, sa>s the dispatch to the desirable markets.
Victoria Times. Mr. Hayward lias one feature which the marketed
had considerable experience in the Newfoundland cod lias, and which
preparation of cod for the market in is essential to a good market, is the
Newfoundland and believes there is qunli y of being sun-dried, This por-
a field for the Industry on the Pa-,tion of Ibis Island has that advan-
c'n(". itugc on account  of the. small range
While not yet prepared fully to
disclose the methods lie proposes to
adopt to secure the raw material, be
of temperature and the number of
sunny days. This section, he states
has only one rival  on  the const   of
assured the Times that such steps'the province. Mr. Hayward says that
have been tnken as will secure a some backing lias already been promised  him in  Vancouver,   but  lir re-
plentiful supply of the raw material
delivered at the southern end of Vancouver Island at rates which will
compete favorably in the I'nited
States market. He proposes to charter a vessel in March and sail to the
banks, bringing his material back
In a green state for preparation and
quires a few more thousand dollars
before he can engage in the business and secure the vessel which is
required to bring the raw (Ish here.
Information which has been secured from the principal tlsh brok-
(Continued on Page Four.)
YOUR KING AND COUNTRY
NEED YOU
Every Nan Should Drill
Recruits wauled for B Company 08th  Regiment.     Parades Monday
and  Thursday  nights   in   the  Agricultural   Building   at   8  o'clock.
S. P. McMORDIE, Captain,
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liani   und   Kingslyun last  night    and
dropped   several   bombs
pli lied with terrific for
Thes
ex-
Ij mi, tin        '  ■ ■
..
:lli t i
.
■
Si \.-. al
se   pier, - I
du ,ed     i.''
all bill the Inst-named.
Tbe    Central    New
-    .,
was brought down by  tlie (ire from|In another house a mother und bnbylat Sanilrliighuui.   The King's palace
a  British  warship  lying   off    Kings-j were slightly injured. jihere was  nol  damaged,  however.
patch   further says two  houses were i shi-ri inghi mi,     nil    Itec
"« : '-■■''  "■>'  ''"'■ '■■ imI,s- [lives   were   lost   in  then
        One  house   IH  damaged    in  Hen . ,       , ,
A Zeppelin was   brought   down al!,.    , , [considerable   properly
llinck  Iron:  bombs exploding.  In one
Hunstanton, a  tew  miles   north   °i| house a boy seventeen years old was
Sanilringlmin.      According to a des- killed.  His  father was buried  in the       ''"'    <',',1,,'al    Nl'"s    S"J'
patch  from   Kliigslynn    the Zeppelin debris but later was taken oul alive, wore  dropped  on  the   King
SEATTLE'S RIGHT TO
RETAIN FISH TRADE
How The Southern City Is Working'
To Attain Its Object Of Having
Halibut Kept Away From Prince
Rupert   For  Transportation   East
also the Senate and members of
Congress from tlie Seattle district,
and every effort possible be made to
have the duty of one cent per pound
re-established on Canadian fish, and
also endeavor to have the bonding
privileges now enjoyed at Vancouver
and Prince Rupert cancelled.
"Tlie committee expects to leave
at an early date, as they consider
It of great importance that the matter be settled before the Prince Rupert gateway becomes too well
known ancl appreciated by the fishing Interests throughout the East as
well as Middle West, and entire traffic diverted to Prince Ruperl.
"Tbe meeting   was attended  by a
From Seattle Hie following information has been received In the city
relative to the fight that is being put
up in that city by all concerned to
retain the fishing business there ana
prevent its being centred in Prince
Rupert:
"This afternoon a meeting was
held for the purpose of preventing
diversion of fish traffic frlm Seattle
to Prince Rupert. Considerable discussion took place, but It was Anally
decided by the meeting that a committee of five should be appointed;
two from the fishing industry, I wo
from the transportation companies,
one to be a railroad man and the
other a steamship man; and oiie'number of transportation men, both I
member of the Seattle Chamber of rail ancl water, business men., and
Commerce.   This   committee   will   go almost  all   those   interested    In    the
■ i
where there had
This had been 1 no
,! '•" . . the I .rand Trunk Pacific and In
■ In    last   two ii
bonibs'flled al the land nfllres at Prince
George, Fott Frasev, Hazelton, and
Prince Ruperl no less than 3,643
pre-emption records ;' the nnd so
reserved; which was four times tho
number of  pr ■ empl •• ■ or lod  In
the whole of the pro In :i   live years
ago.
There were other thousands of
acres of land watting '"'' i1"- settler, surveyed and still under reserve, in lour yen. the Government
had surveyed for settlemenl no less
than 3,780,372 acres, and the totaj
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ amount of the hind siir.e;.,.I and
slock market. Expectations of a re- rea(]y ,,„■ tne pre-emptor and the
vlval lu general business overshadows pre-emptor alone amounted to 91,-
nearly every other consideration, 128,667 acres. One-third of the total
says the  Boston News Bureau, area  of  land   under   cultivation    In
It   Is  claimed-   ami   Hie   claim   Is the   Dominion  oi  Canada,   lie   said,
beginning to be   fortified   by   facts was only 36,000,0 icres, and  yet
I Continued   on    Page   Four. I   '    I (Continued   on   Pane   Pour.)
I chief ini i,u:\< i; is
TRADE   IMPROVEMENT
Revival   of   General    Business   Now]
Most Important factor in
stock Market.
There is no question as to the outstanding Influence In the   Immediate
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NOTICE
MEMBERS   ol
THE    PRINCE  RUPERT   GENERAL
ASSOCIATION
HOSPITAL
Notice is hereby given that the Annual Qeneral .Meeting of
Members of Ihe Prince Rupert Qeneral Hospital Association will be
held at the City Hall al S p.m. Friday, January I'M. 1915, to receive the Directors' Report, o elect Directors for the ensiling
year and  other general business.
By order of the Hoard.
\V.  M.   WRIGHT,
Managing  Secretary,
January  "0,  1915.
to Washington, see President Wilson,]large  fishing  companies  in  Sea.tle.-.S^^^^ Wednesday, January  20, 1915,
PRINCE     RUPERT    JOURNAL
prince Eupcf journal
Telephone l.'5S.
in
ono
i :   : be  tailing  of   Canada
O. II. NELSON, Editor.
Office: 128 Third Avenue East,
near McBride Street. Telephone 13s;
Postoffice Box 007.
DAILY   EDITION.
Published    every   morning    except
Monday.  Delivered by carrier in the
city at the following rate, if paid in|jSSue
advance: —
One  Year    $<r'-00
Six   Months
50
Three  Months    $1.25
If   not    paid   in    advance,
per  Month    J0.50
WEEKLY EDITION.
Published every Friday for circulation outside the City of Prince
Rupert at $2.00 a year, addressed to
points in Canada; or $3.00 a year to
all points In the United Kingdom,
the United States or other foreign
countries.
Advertising Rates  Upon Application
while two frigates launched at about
the same time were called the
"Montreal" and the "Quebec"; in
1770 thej foughl one of the most
famous frigate actions in the history of the Navy.
The "Canada" had an interesting
history. She practically decided the
Rodney's great battle in
April, 17>2, by dismasting the
French flagship Ville de Paris. The
vessel, which was commanded by the
lion. William Cornwallls, was a two-
decker of .74 guns. When the French
fleet had been thrown into disorder
ancl broken up the "Canada" fastened on to the Ville de Paris, flagship
of Admiral  de Grasse.   Keeping his
N.'.Tl il.VI
GAS FOR
CITY
Op REGINA
Phone 300
P.O. Box  163f
Arrangements   Have   Been   Made lo
Carry Out  Drilling Operations
There.
Definite financial arrangements
have been made which will permit
the Coste-MeAulay syndicate to resume drilling for natural gas for Re-
gina by March 1 of this year. This
information was conveyed to the
mayor of that city at a recent interview with Mr. McAulay.
If the council continues to grant
monthly extensions until that date
gas will have to be turned on the
consumers in the city by March    1,
ship out of direct reach of the Ville 1917.   Mr.   McAulay   told  the  mayor
Wednesday, January 20,  1915.
KEGINA'S TREASURY  NOTES.
The city of Regina has accepted
the Bank of Montreal's offer to ne
gotiate treasury bonds to the extent
of $1,750,000, at a very favorable
price. The offer of the bank was
made to the city council on the first
day of the year but could not be accepted until the new council had
organized. The finance committee
has now gone into the matter thoroughly and has recommended the
acceptance of the offer.
WARSHIP CANADA
FIFTB[OF NAME
BATTLESHIP TO BE ADDED THIS
YEAR TO NAVY WILL HEAR
DOMINION'S   NAME.
First One of This Name Was Launch.
ed in Same Year as Nelson's
Victory.
Word came some time ago that
one of the new battleships to be
added to the navy in 1915 is to be
called "Canada," In recognition of
the'way in which the Dominion has
come to tlie help of the Empire,
There are to be fifteen new ships
added during the year.
According to the First Lord of the
Admiralty they are of the greatest
power of any vessels ever constructed
in naval history. He goes on to say
that it is no exaggeration that we
could afford to lose a super-Dreadnought every month for twelve
months without any loss occurring
to the enemy, and yet he in approximately as good a position of superior.
ity as we were at the declaration of
war.
Frigate Was Named .Montreal.
The new battleship "Canada" will
be the fifth ship In the British Navy
to hear that name. The first "Canada" was launched In tlie same year
as  the  fatuous old  Victory,  in   1705,
Jde Paris's broadside, he pounded the
French ship with every gun the
"Canada" could bring to bear, cutting away spars and' rigging and
holding the great vessel back until
other British ships came up to finish
tlie task. Admiral de Grasse, after
his surrender, said that he owed his
defeat to "that little red-sided ship,"
meaning the "Canada," which was
painted—for some reason or other—
with red stripes instead of yellow
like the other ships.
King on Fourth  "Canada/'
Two other "Canadas" were added j
successively to the Navy after the
first had been retired, but of them
there is no story to be told. The
fourth "Canada," one of the early
armored cruisers, built in 1880, was
the ship on board which King
George, when a midshipman, visited
the West Indies. The ship was
broken up In 1895.
After the Boer war, in which Canadian troops rendered great assistance, the "Dominion," which was
launched in 1902, was so named in
memory of their services. Also it
must be remembered that two of
our latest destroyers, the Laforey
and the Hallowell, are named after
two of Nelson's famous captains, vvlio
were Canadians, Sir Francis Laforey
and Admiral Hallowell. Laforey
commanded a ship at the Battle of
the Nile. He was promoted to be an
admiral, and two years before he
died an old lady named Carew, who
had admired his career, left him a
large fortune, and he took the name
of Hallowell-Carew. Speaking of this
legacy, Hallowell is reported to have
said: "If only she had done it fifty
years ago, what a time I should have
had!"
that whether the war terminates or
not drilling would be resumed by-
March 1, as the necessary financial
arrangements had been made. Up
to the date drilling operations were
stopped in September two wells had
been drilled to depths of 750 and
250   feet,  respectively,
Harrison W. Rogers
ARCHITEC1
Suite 1
Federal Bldg.       Prince Rupert, I5.C.
IMPERIAL MACHINE WORKS
Engines   Installed  and    General
Repairs
Oxy-Acetylene  Plant   in   Connection
Phone Red 150 Third Avenue
J. H. HILMTCH
Contractor and Builder
Estimates given on all classes of
work, whether small or large. Per.
sonal attention given to every item
PHONE GREEN 321
FREDERICK  PETERS, K.C.
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 twen-
ty-eae 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 sections, or
legal subdivisions of sections, and
In unsurveyed territory the tract applied for shall be staked 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 royalty shall be paid on the
merchantable output of the mine at
the rate of five cents per ton.
DR. INMAN
Resident
Eye Specialist
Offices   Third  Ave.
Suite 1, Excl
Prince  Itupcr
ange Block
■MrWKWittHJiWKHKttrlMHWH^^
a
§    THE MOST COMFORTABLE
j TOURING CAR
IN THE CITY
Answers all calls day and ninlii
Phone 99
Stand:    Hotel    Prlnco    Ruperl
frfrCH>eHKi-i?n<W-CH3-0W^^
Before leaving for the south for a
short time I purpose giving those
who wear spectacles or eyeglasses—
or those who may need them—a
close price on any and all
kinds of Glasses. For ten clays only
—from January it to January 21,
I leave on January 22, and ii will be
an advantage to all those who wear
glasses or may require them, to see
me at once, al my offlcei Suite I,
''■ ge  Block, or at  MeCutchi on's
Drug sioie This applies to all kinds
of framei and li ni i - and < e all
complete ■     cai  ;.n,.    ti   ted
dj    I  d    and
guarantc eel   to  be  In i
oui li ii Interested call and see
samples and get    rb      and     .  ange
lenl  s earefullj
examined. During these dates it will
pay you, If yon are using glasses,
■ gel an extra pair, as the opportunity n ili not occur again. I lit all
kinds of Lenses—also Toric or wide
le Lenses—and Kryptoks g!\
Ing    you    both    distance    and    near
which have the advantage of being
invisible. Call early, so that ill the
event of having to order 1 may get |
them here bi Hoi - l leave on Janti-
y 22.    If " in  ;■     I     lythi: ■■  tl   \'\
!'  '      '' " ' '1	
Pay '"- evening.
!NY " .    . 1ST
Ik.      .   re Rui el
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 fur
nished at. least once a year.
The lease will include the coal
mining rights only; but the lessee
may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be
considered necessary for the working of the mine at the rate of $10
per acre.
For full 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
Barrister, Solicitor and Notary Puhli.
Offlce ln
EXCHANGE BLOCK
DR. GILROY, DENTIST
Crown and Bridge Work a
Specialty
Offlce: Smith   Block,   Third   Avenue
J. W.  POTTER, L.I.R.B.A.
ARCHITECT    AND    STRUCTURAL
ENGINEER
Re-lnforcei Concrete a Specialty
P. O. Box 271
A. FAULDS, M.I. M.E.
Consulting Mining Engineer
Examinations   and    development    of
Coal, Metal, Oil. Etc.
709 Dunsmuii  St.      Vancouver, B.C.
HOTEL DIRECTORY
Members of the  Prince Rupat
Licensed Vintners' Association
WINDSOR    HOTEL
Cor. of Fir*t Ave. and Eighth St,
W. H. Wright, Prop.
HOTEL CENTRAL
First  Ave. and  Seventh St.
European   and    American   Plonk
$1.01) to $2.50 Per Day
Peter  Hluck.. Prop.
KNOX  HOTEL
First     Ave.     Between     Eighth    und
Moth
European  Plan;   Itntes l>0c to 91.00
Per Day
[leaner  &   Uesiier,   Props.
J. V.
EMPRESS   HOTEL
Rochester V. I). Casloy
Third  ,lve.  Between Sixth aud
Seventh   Sts.
European Plan;  50c to   .fl  Per Day
ROVAL HOTEL
Corloy * Burgess, Props,
Third Ave. and  Sixth St.
European Plan Steam Heated
BEAVER     WHOLESALE     LIQUOR
CO.,   LIMITED
Second   Ave.  and  Sixth  St.
Phone  J«»'J
1)11
PRINCE RUPERT IMPORTING CO.
LIMITED
Eraser and Sixth 8ts
Phono   7
HAIRDRESSING
PARLORS
Mnssage,   Manicuring,   Scalp   Treatment, Electric Treatments, Etc.
Mrs.   N. L. Hundasyde, Prop.
211 Third St. PRINCE RUPER1
JAMES GILMORE
C. T. P. S. S.
Sailings for Vancouver
Victoria and Seattle
S.S.  Prince George every Friday at I) a.m.
S.S. Prince John at 7 p.m. on Sunday, January 3, 17, 31; February
14, 28, etc.
For Massett and Port Clements, S.S. Prince John 10 p.m. Siitiirduy,
January 0, 23;  February 0, 20, etc.
For Skidegate, Lockcport, etc., S.S. Prince John 11 p.m. Sunday,
January 10, 24; February 7, 21, etc.
For Stewart and Naas River S.S. Prince John 0 a.m. Wednesday,
January 13, 27;  February 10, 24, etc.
For Anyo.v (Granby Bay) S.S. Prince George midnight every Wednesday.
G.T.P.  RAILWAY SCHEDULE
Trains leave Prince Rupert for Prince George, Edmonton, Melville,
Winnipeg, etc.e at 10 a.m., Wednesdays and Saturdays, connecting  with  trains  for  St. Paul. Chicago and all   points  enst.
Trains arrive from the east on Thursdays and Sundays at 0.30 p.m.
G.T. RAILWAY' SYSTEM
The  Double-track   Route
From Chicago to Toronto, Hamilton,   Buffalo,    Montreal,
etc.,   etc.
For reservations, tickets and full information regarding travel to
any part of the world apply to the G.T.P. Ticket Office, Third
Avenue;  Agency all Atlantic Steamship Lines.
Canadian Pacific Railway
PRINCESS MAY
SOUTHBOUND, 8 P.M. FRIDAY
PRINCESS MAQUINNA,
SOUTHBOUND, 8 P.M. SUNDAY
J. G. McNAB, General Agent, corner Third  Ave.   and   Fourth   St.
ARCHITECT
Second Ave., Near McBride St.
P.O. Box 1714 Telephone 448
RITCHIE,   AGNEW   &   CO.
Civil Engineers nnd Surveyors
Prince  Rupert,  B.C.
Waterworks, Water Power, Wharf
3onstruction, Reports, Plans, Domin-
on and Provincial Land Surveying,
Electric Blue Printing, Negatives and
White  Prints
Phone Blue 183 Res. Phone 391'
UP-TO-DATE
LINDSAr S CARTAGE ft STORAGE
Q. T.  P.  CARTAGE AGENTS
3S1    SECOND    AVENUE
JINGLE POT COAL
lr handled by us. .' II orders recelv
prompt attention   I hone No. (IS
0*1 0*KKMHMKKHKrttlMBMH>i>«a
THE UNION STEAMSHIP CO. OF B.C. LTD'
S.S. VENTURE
Southbound Tuesdays at 9 p.m.
Sailings for Granby, Simpson and the Naas
Sundays at Midnight
For further particulars apply to
JOHN  BARNSLEY,  AGENT        :: 031 Second Ave., Phone 5(18
Agency  Atlantic   Steamships.
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Royal Bank of Canada
HEAD    OFFICE:   MONTREAL ESTABLISHED   18011
Capital     $  11,500,000
Reserved   Fund $ 12,500,000
Total   Assets $185,000,000
Savings Bank Department—$1 will open an account
Branches   Throughout   Canada and Hanking' Connections With All
Parts of the United States. Agents Throughout the World.
H.  P.  WILSON,  Manager - - Prince    Rupert    Branch
The Queen Ck;?otte
Oil Fields Limited
Oflice will open  today in  Law*Butloi
Building foi sale of a limited
amount  of   Treasury  Stock
GEO.   F.    MACDONALD,    See.-Treas,
DOMINION
FUNERAL   DIRECTORS
(uktU  and   Unrlcrtalcira Supplier, at
WholwoU Print
Shipping Caies a Spcfialty
TERMS REASONABLE
A. ALLET, Mgr.        Phone 41.
HAYNER BROS
Pioneer Funeral  Directors and
Embnlmers,    Open    Day   nnd
Night.     Ladies'     Assistant    in
At/tendance.
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WATER HOSE, GARDEN TOOLS, WATERING CANS
MARTIN-SENOUR 100  PER OaNT. PURE  PAIN'r
PAINT  BRUSHES,  LAWN   MOWERS AND GRASS SHEARS
CARPET    BEATERS,  GARBAGE  PAILS
WINDOW   SCREENS, SCREEN DOORS
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Coal, Furniture Moving Baggage
and Heavy Teaming
W. J.  CRAWFORD, Manager
PHONE 566       '    "r™.™
The Morning Journal
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PRINCE    RUPERT    JOURNAL
Wednesday,
10,   101;
MURDER TRAGEDY
NEAR FORT GEORGE
TIMBER SALE N 310.
Sealed tenders will be received by
the Minister of Lands not later than
noon on the 10th day of February
1915, for the purchase of Licence
X 310, to cut 1,800,000 feet of
Spruce, Hemlock and Balsam, on
Lots 6001 and 6002, Range Five,
Coast District, on the Kitlmat River.
Three (3) years will be allowed for
the removal of the timber.
Further  particulars  of the   Chief
Forester, Victoria,  B.C., or the Dls
trlct Forester,  Prince Rupert, B.C.
jal6
Prince Rupert   Assessment   District.
COURT OF  REVISION.
NOTICE Is hereby given that a
Court of Revision and Appeal under
the provisions of the "Taxation
Act" respecting the assessment rolls
of the Prince Rupert Assessment District for the year 1915, will be held
at the Provincial Assessor's Office,
Prince Rupert, B. C, on Friday,
January 29, 1915, at 2 o'clock ln the
afternoon.
Dated at Prince Rupert, B.C.,
January 9,  1915.
ALFRED  CARSS,
Judge  of the Court of Revision  and
Appeal. jalO
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TAN NOTICE.
Prince  Rupert    Assessment   District.
NOTICE is hereby given ln accordance with the Statutes, that all
assessed taxes ancl income tax, assessed and levied under the "Taxation Act" are now due and payable
for the year 1915. All taxes collectable for the Prince Rupert Assessment District are due and payable
at my Office, situated in the Provincial Land Registry Building, In the
City of Prince Rupert, B.C.
This .notice in terms of law, is
equivalent to a personal demand by
me upon all persons liable for taxes.
Da'ted at Prince Rupert, B.C.,
January 9, 1915.
C. W. HOMER,
Assessor     and    Collector    for     the
Prince Rupert Assessment District.
Skeena   Land    District—District   of
Skeena, Coast R. IV.
TAKE NOTICE that William A.
Kerr, of Vancouver, B.C., occupation
laborer, Intends to apply for per-
nlsslon io purchase the following described lp.nds: Commencing at a post
planted on the esat side of the mouth
of the Inlet on the north side of Fin
Island, tlience east, about 60 chains
to the beach, thence about SO chains
in a north-easterly direction, thence
Travers Beach back to point of commencement, containing about 2C'
acres mere or less.
WILLIAM  A.   KERR.
J.   P.   Meehan,   Agent.
Dated August 22, I nil, s2C
Skeena   Land    District—District    of
Skeena,  Coast  R.  IV,
TAK(F. NOTICE that Nathand 'W.
Brailslnck, of Vancouver, B.C., occupation Laborer, intends to apply
for permission to purebftse tbe following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted at the extreme head,
of Inlet on the south-weal corner of
Fin Island, thence north about 2.r>
chains, tlience west about 70 chains,
tlience Travers Shore lino back to
point of commencement, containing
300 acres more or less. ,
NATI-IAMD   W.   BRADSTACK.
J.   P.  Meehan,  Agent.
Dated  August  22,  1914. s26
VAN     Di IXKX,    A     HOLLANDE1
ARRESTED CHARGED WITH
CRLME,
He Has Been Committed for Trial at
the Next Assize
Court.
A grewsoine tragedy was brought
to light when the mutilated body of
Job Vermeulin, a Hollander, was
found in a creek about fifty yards
from his cabin, near Trout Lake,
on Tuesday last, by Chief of Police
Dunwoody and two constables of
Fort George, says the Tribune of
that place.
Friday Fritz von Duinen, also
a Hollander, and who occupied the
cabin with Vermeulin, was committed for trial by .Magistrate Heme ou
the charge of murdering his former
comrade.
Information leading to the discovery of the remains and the arrest
of accused was brought to Fort
George by Paul .Miicke on .Monday
last. The events leading up to the
arrest are as follows:
On Monday afternoon Paul Miicke,
a pre-emptor living about nine miles
out on the Chief Lake road, reported
to Chief Dunwoody that apparentl
sometmn; :'nuuudl bad happened at
the cabin occupied by two Hollanders, about three miles nortli of his
cabin. Acting upon this information
Van Duinen  was found and arrested
c bin the following day. The
party followed the trail of blood a
illtle farther, bul owing to the fact
that snow had fallen they did not
%\attempt to go very far. They decided
that something was wrong and
Miicke deckled to go to town and
report to the police.
On Tuesday Chief Dunwoody and
two constables went out to investigate. Picking up the several men,
tbe entire party went to Hartford's
cabin.
In his statement the-night before
Van Duinen bad told the police that
the body of his former comrade
would be found at the end or the
sleigh trail leading from the cabin
so that it was only a moment's work
to locate it, the corpse being found
only a few feet beyond where the
searchers  had  been   the  day  before.
Apparently the body had been
dumped hurriedly into the frozen
creek, as it was all doubled up, face
downward in the snow, frozen solid.
That the body had been carried out
almost at once after the killing was
evident from three separate pools of
frozen blood under the body, and
the odd circumstance that the body
was in a little cave of snow, the
warmth of it having melted the
snow around.
At the cabin a bullet mark' was
discovered on the edge of the table
near the wall. This mark showed
unmistakably that the bullet had
travelled In a downward direction
ancl the bullet was found embedded
in a log of the wall. It was a 38-55
calibre, and the riflo from which it
was evidently fired was In the cabin
without the empty shell in it, however.
The body was brought down to
in _ the Scandia House in Princejthe Chief Lake road, where the party
George   Monday  night,  and    accused I remained  until   the  next   day,  Wed-
INCBEASE  IN  PRICE
attOH&oG&aoj&z&aoww^
OF
■I.Ol'li   DENOUNCED
Product No.
The  Ottawa   Citizen  Claims    Recent
Rise in  Price Is I'nwnrranted—
Should lie Investigated.
Contains about 2}j  lb*.
$1.50
SPLENDID FOR  PLUMBERS
The sale of Producl No, 99 is strictly
confined to the high-class supply
bouses. Its cost of manufacture Is
therefore not affected by Dept. or
"price cutting store" influence that
so offen drives manufacturers to the
use of inferior chemicals and processes. Nor is the dealer allowed to
reduce tbe retail price tinder penalty
of   having   bis   supply   terminated.
A POWERFUL SOLVENT FOR
CLOGGED UP DRAIN PIPES
"1)0" destroys accumulations   »l   lint,    paper,    cltths,    hair,    slinie,
grease,  vegetables, soap,  fruit fund ninny others.   It is harmless to
finest plumbing.
DON'T ARGUE DON'T PUT OFF TEST IT
This ;,-eparation has been 30 generally successful In clearing
drains that it is bougnt over ?nd over again by those who have
tried it, but inasmuch r.s no c: e can know the actual condition existing within a pipe, it is absditely impossible for tbe manufacturer or the dealer to g larantee Jie result.
CHEMICAL PRODUCTS CO., NEW YORK
FOR SALE BY
HARRY HANSON
made  a  statement  to  having   killed
bis partner accidentally.' (
On Saturday of last week Miicke
■decided to take a dog belonging to
him up to tbe deceased and his partner to be taken care of. On reaching the cabin, which belongs io
"Kicking Horse Bill" Hartford, he
found no one around. Stepping into'
the cabin he found everything in
wild confusion, dirty dishes on the
table, a pot of frozen food on the
stove, the door of which was open;
the bunks a tangle of twisted blankets; everything, in short, out of
place. On the floor by the table he
noticed splashes of blood, the trail
leading toward the door. Miicke.
stepped outside and followed the
trail of blood into the woods, lie
concluded that the two men had shot
some game and had dragged it to
the cabin on a sled which he found
by the hfiuse, tracks of which para-
lelled (he blood marks through the
snow. Miicke followed the trail a
shorl distance, and concluding that
the "game" had been- brought in
some distance he did not follow further. Upon returning to the bouse
he found a small black clog lying
dead near tbe door of tbe cabin.
Tbe clog bad been shot. This awakened his suspicions. He left the
cabin and went about (wo miles
north to enquire of some Russians
if they knew anything about Hie two
Hollanders.'
One of the Russians slated that
be had visited the cabin of the two
men on Thursdaj and found things
substantially as Miicke had found
.oin. He told Miicke thai the ini n
had evidently aliol their dog, as he
had seen a lot of blood. Miicke and
three  of   his neighbors  wen!   up lo
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THE PRINCE RUPERT SASH
AND DOOR COMPANY LTD.
MANUFACTURERS
DOORS,  SASH,   MANTLES,  MOULDINGS,    SCROLL   AMD    BA1
SAWING, AND ALL KINDS OF  FINISHINGS,   BJOUE   AND   OF
F1CE  FIXT   RES, HOUSE FINISH A HPEOIALTy
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Telephone 218 P.O. Box 2.;;       Prince ftunert. R.C
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nesday,  reaching  Fort    George    the
same day.
The coroner's inquest showed that
food similar to that found on the
stove in the cabin wasjn the mouth
and stomach. The body appeared to
be well nourished, and the brain normal. There were several slight
bruises about the face ancl a deep cut
under one eye. The fact that this
cut had not. bled leads to belief that
these injuries were caused by the
hurried disposal of the still warm
corpse. The bullet wound which resulted, in death had entered the dead
man's back about two inches below
and to the left of the right armpit,
coming out over the left, breast, after
penetrating both lungs and the heart
Death was apparently instantaneous
From the evidence brought, out the
man was apparently shot at from
tbe bunk across the room while eating his meal.
Van Duinen must have left the
place almost at once, as he stopped
at a madhouse on the Chief Lake
road Wednesday night, changed all
his clothes for others which he had
left there some time previous and
came to town the next day. where
he  was  arrested.
At the preliminary trial held yesterday Van Duinen broke down when
Assistant Chief Mcduffie gave his
evidence, bul refused to say anything in bis defence other than what
he bad already said, namely, that he
was Innocenl of intentional wrongdoing.
The Ottawa Evening Citizen in a |
somewhat 'ldngtby article dealing
with the Increase in tbe price of
flour says that the Government
should enquire into the matter. The
Citizen  says:
"Flour has gone up, so the millers say, because wheat has gone
likewise, but for what reason wheat
has soared from 0 7 7-8 cents on
August 1 to $1.32 3-4 on Saturday
is, as one of the best known students of economy in Canada says, a
matter the Government should investigate. It is time, he says, that
the Government stepped ln and controlled the price of wheat. If this is
not clone the speculators and all those
allied with them will continue to
take advantage of the conditions
caused by the war, irrespective of
the suffering the high prices will j
cause to poor people.
"The millers say the reason flour *Wt*MWWMXttW^^
has risen to its present price—Incidentally the highest since the Franco-
Prussian war in 1870—is owing to
the great reduction in the reserve
supply of wheat ancl flour in Canada
and the United States, the great demand for these products in Europe,
the comparatively poor crop in the
Argentine last season, and—here is
the joker—the high freight rates ancl
insurance risks on cargoes to Great
Britain.
"If the freight rates and insurance risks to Britain are higher
now than before the war—which is
true—these factors should cause
wheat to be cheaper In Canada. It is
obvious that anything which interferes with the export of wheat and
flour from this country has the effect of increasing the home supply
and lowering the home price. This
excuse of the millers seems to be a
bad one.
"It is an open secret that several
millers in Canada made abnormal
profits by buying wheat from farmers who were hard pushed for money
in 1913, and perhaps they are playing the same game just now. The
Government could find out."
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FOR   THE   BEST  IN   PLUMBING   AND    HEATING    PHONE   480
LUMBER
Coal, Cement, Plaster and Brick
AND A COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDERS' SUPPLIES
WESTHOLME LUMBER CO., LTD.
First Avenue       Prince Rupert       Telephone 186
Thompson Hardware Co., Limited
Rifles and Shot Guns
mmuniiion
Supplies
Camping
Si
PHONE 101, P.O. DRAWER 1045 330 SECOND AVI
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:   OF   CANCELLATION
RESERVE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the Reserve existing on Detention
Island by reason ot a Notice published in tho British Columbia Gazette on
the 30th of .May, 1912, is hereby can
celled.
R.  A.   RBNWICK,
Deputy  Minister < I  Lands
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Department of Lands,
Victoria.  B C
Ootoher
llltb,   1:1)1.
Form 11.
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
Skeena Land District—District of
Coast Range 5.
TAKE NOTICE that Edward
Chesley, Prospector, of Shames, intends to apply for permission to
lease the following described land:
Commencing at a post planted one-
quarter of a mile east of Mile Post
S3 of G.T.R. rrom Prince Rupert on
north boundary line of railroad
right of way ancl about one-half
mile easterly from south-east corner
of Win. Bison's, thence nortli 1 li
chains, thence west 10 chains, tlience
south 10 chains .thence east 10
chains to the point of commencement ami containing 10 acres, mo: ■
ji Ibes.
EDWARD   CHESLEY,
Dated January 14, 101.5.
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SHINGLES, MOULDINGS, SASH, DOORS
Prince Rupert Lumber Co.
FIRST AVE. AND McBRIDE ST. PRINCE Rl.PlOKT
f, Phone 25 Branch Yard at Smittiers, B.C.
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lU-si  Quality   Domestic   Lump   Conl
.SP..">u Per Ton
llcsi  Quality  Washed    Nil!   ( onl
$8.7.". Per Ton
DELIVERED
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Prince Rupert, B.C., Phone 30
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ompany
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Send for Five Roses
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Write   N«m«   am.   AcHhWl    pttfnty
FJon't fi>r«ei to enrloj* Ten CenU
BEING A MANUAL OF GOOD RECIPES cmfutly
chosen tiom tlie conlributloni of over two thousand
lueerWul uneii of Fn" Rotes Flour through owl Cauada.
Also Useful Note* on the various ei.ieww ol flood thm^s
to rnt, all of whicli have beer, cupful]v c!-?*Lcd Bid
ic-checked by competent authority.
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Prince Rupert, n.c
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PRINCE    RUPERT     JOURNAL
St. John Ambulance   FARMING NEAR
Association MOUNT R0BS0N
NOTICE   TO LADIES.
All    la ■   i    in    1 io: • ■'
IS      Ing and   I-I; ire  requesti d
to attend Cl
on     Thui   i ■   '.'      I 1th
Insl.     '            i will
be        led and insti i             n
at  once.
Ci.: .P.  OB : II IAL
TAKE '
REPORT   THAT
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Grand  Tn  i
I porl    Ilia
, b   ...        i    the   grandest
NOTICE TO  MEX :'! of   the    Rocky    Mountains
for the Instruction of homesteads are  being  taken   up   by
St. John Amfeuhnce
Association
and Mickey was hauled in. No explanation was offered as to how his
new-made friend escaped, but he '■
dirt.
The commotion in the duck pasture aroused the Chinamen and a
band of them surrounded Mickey
while 'lie police were sent for.
Mickey    unfortunately   could    not
make  Police    Magistrate   Carss   sec
that iiis explanation was a satisfactory    one.      In   plain    English,    tlie
ific   officials   re- magistrate regarded  it  as a lie.   So
miles   of having been transferred by the police
from  behind tlie wire screen at the
■ n Xuiubei   Have Already Gone
tin  io   the   1 ami—Room
I'm  More.
A   :iev.   . !
First   '.id for men will be formed on|experienced
:. i ext;   13th  Inst.,!11
at the City Hail at S o'clock. All
men an trged ti avail I liei isel. es
of tliis opportunity ol obtaining a
lih i ■■ le ' ;■■ of Firsl Aid to tlie In
jun 'l.
GRANITE
1RAXITE  of  best  quality  and  thor
oughly tested   for sale
Cut  Stone  or  Crushed   Rock   in
Quantities
«B!L 3, McLEOD      Phone Green 217
OCSAN FISH CO.
Fresh  Pish  Arriving  Every  liny
) itside Ol ders Bromptly Attended To
cultivators.      Passing
!'   -    the
railway a tains an altitude   of -',,'24
;    .. lie sea   I ivel, tliis   being
ummil of the  line; and it  is in
...   disti i't   i hai   Hie    latest    settlement, is taking place.
There are already about thirty
homesteads taken up at Dunster,
B.C., about fifteen at Ci'oyden, B.C.,
ami twenty a; Raush Valley, B.C., in
t Ii is fertile but. mountainous region,
There Is room for one hundred more
homesteaders at these points ancl
the land, in addition to being suitable foi' agricultural pursuits, Is near
copper, gold and silver claims.
 o	
OLD-TIME    OFFENDER
HAH   WONDERFUL   STORY
jiVick pasture he will be placed be
hind an iron screen lo repenl of bis
evil ways.
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P.O. BOX 60
FOR
APERHA HUNG
AINTI1MG
OLISH1NG AND
WALL TINTING
HANKING
PROFITS   ARE
NOT   UNDULY
Not Enough to Induce Sufficient Capital to Enter Upon the
Business.
Discussing the profits of banking,
Sir Edmund Walker says in tlie
.Monetary Times Animal that banking in Canada is not only not unduly
profitable, but the profit is not large
enough to induce sufficient capital
to enter upon the business. The
double liability which does not exist
with other joint stock corporations
is an added deterrent to investors,
although it cannot with wisdom be
removed. The real interest of Canada is  not  to  defame,  he   says,   Its
Mickey  McBonough   Pound  Amongst
Ducks Will Serve Term in
Jail.
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ItATI.N
[OR
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.a-OfrSH'.n;
'Mickey  McDonough,  known  better
Mickey  Ihe  Vitch,  will  spend  tlie
nexl   six  months  in  jail,   to  the ex-
■ ■ me     satisfat tion    of    the    police.
Mickey Is a regular offender bul j es-
rdaj   In   :■, peat ed  In  something of
•ol ■ in  i lie  I'nli,,    Courl.    1
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In Greati Britain there is one bank
oilice for each 5,116 people; in the
United States for each 3,047; and in
Canada for each 2,S47. In the cities
of tbe United Stales there is a bank
oilice for each 9,700, and in Canada
for each   3,100.
In early  days  in   Easti in    C mad
a  bra-' . a  e   Elblishi d   in  a
the    o  ulal Ion    a 'emed
to L it.   In ill
;
loi ;
For the Household
Delivered to your kitchen
door, like groceries
weiser
175,000,000 Bottles Yearly
That was the demand for Budweiser last
year.
The Anheuser-Busch Plant covers today
more than 142 acre? — equal to 70 city
blocks. Ii givi steady employment to
6,000 people, and to 1,500 more in its
blanches.
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Every process, every room, is immaculate.
Every bottle is Pasteur! i ,.
This Quality-Plant, started nearly SO ;
ago, is a model of modern    cilities
Thotiundreds of visi
every clay know that nothh
could be made atay heller than Budwi
Anheuser-Busch, St. Louis
1(1    Hill
c ot I years
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MERCHANT
LUNCHES
THE ROYAL CAFE
lias    Initiated     a     system   of
Morel mills'    Lunelle s    ;ii    noon
eAch   day
PRICE 35 CENTS
Service  in keeping  with   standard    established    by    popular
House
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lone his d tint
' ■   t llilne     i heir poultry h<  i i-
Ined   li,-.-,   he  came   to  be  in   the
in  ■ nelesure.
ii ■   itorj    ■ .- ■  tl  tl   be  heard   two
hots from the direction of the duck
i ■ ar.-l.   lie  brave'     n 1   in  flint   rti-
S rection along the walk in the alley
gland found a man In tho enclosure.
gjOn  a  request  for  help   to   get   out
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The Largest plant of Its Kim
the World
Some ol th.' Prim
Buildi igs
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> than  by argu
■   ■     actl ■ ity   has  al   la il    begun    In
■ ad   rrom   lines  which   hai a  '■
iquickened   by   war  orders   to
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from the wire enclosure Mickey generously save the man "a hand." The
in  the trap  proved   too   heavy
channels of trad : ind '' it the prosperity the West Is enjoying as the
result of almosl unprecedently high
prices for its farm products Is mall
Ing Itself felt finally in the hitherto
dormant Industrial centres of the the certain sale
East. Conditions and prospects on
the battlefields are also again regarded  as more   favorable to the A.1-
(Contlaued   from     age  One )
gttt&Qtt&ttt^^ And  purchases of military sup
plies   are   liki
month   than   I
RUPERT MARINE IRONWORKS AND
SUPPLY CO., LIMITED
than
ers in  Chicago assures a market for
the product  in competition  with  the
best  Newfoundland cod, and  he has
if the produce first
packed   as soon  as  it   is   ready.    Mr,
Hayward has an old cannery in view I
whicli   will  be  of service along   the
very lines lie has contemplated, and
to    be    larger    this!he Is full of optimism for the success
I   Which   means  there of the  project,
probability that .Ian-;  o	
ENGINE
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IS,  MACHINISTS   \Mi    MACHINERY    CONTRACTORS
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l>. C. Coast Agents for the Biitisli ICromlioul Sonil-Dlesel Oil En-
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Standard lias Engine Company's Engines and Pails in stock.
Steel, Iron, Oils, Wile Rope, IWatn Belting, II. ('. Wood Pulleys,
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Ifc&tlWXit^^ Exchange
Is uior
uary's [oroign trade balance will
even overtop the $110,000,000 rolled
up in December.
Tall, of an Increased demand for
their products is still the chief motive in the riieial stocks, in the Bethlehem issues, however, the special
consideration is dividends—tbe anticipation In some quarters of larger
distributions shortly on both Bethlehem common ancl preferred. In the
metal trades generally confidence
still gains. There is renewed talk of
an early advance in steel and copper prices and the crowd of small
bpars in Steel, Amalgamated Copper, Ptab Copper, American Smelting, ancl even in the less active stocks
of this group are Increasingly nerv-
os because of such reports, light offerings by actual holders ancl some
indications that Important interests
are more friendly to the constructive
side of the market than has been the
case since culmination of the rise
which  followed  the reopening of the
CLERGYMAN   LEAVES.
(Continued  troin  Page  One.)
Battery,  Royal Field Artillery.   Owing to the urgent need of officers at
Coal and  Petroleum  -\< t,
I Form No. 9.)
Form  of Notice.
Hazelton   Lam!   District—District
Coast, Range 5.
TAKE NOTICE that John V.*Rit-|,,: WE WANT YOl
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 ai a post planted ubout
2 V-> miles north-oast from Ihe confluence of the Copper ancl Kltnayakw
livers, thence south SO chains;
tlience east SO chains; thence nortli
so chains; thence west 80 chains, to
point of commencement, containing
040 acres more or less.
J.  V. RITTENHOUSB.
Dated October 24th, 1914.       din
Skeena    Land    District—District,     of
Queen Charlotte   Islands.
TAKK NOTICE that .lobn A. Mur-
the present time, be is responding Iray, of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupa-
to the  call of his country  with  tbe|tion Carpenter, Intends to apply for
permission to prospect for coal and
full consent of the Bishop of .New (petroleum over the following de-
Westminster.  Mr.  Riley hopes to re- bribed lands:  Massett Inlet, Graham
Island: Commencing at a pos* plant-
turn to Fort George when the war is led at,tne north-east corner of Dot
over_ 11577; tlience south 80 chains to the
 -o	
INCREASED NUMBER.
(Continued   from  Page  One.)
in British Columbia tlie Government
had prodded three times that area
and It stood ready for the pre-emp-
tor today.
shore of Massett Inlet; thence west
80 chains; thence north 80 chains;
thence east 80 chains to place of
j commencement, containing 640 acres
more or less.
JOHN A. MURRAY.
Date located  27th July, 1914. s23
New Wellington
Coal
The Favorite Household Conl
Cleanest, Brightest and Best
Rogers & Albert
?ccind Avenue Phone 116
j^«KK«HMHW*i>»aeH»aiK»i>32
GUARANTEED
American Silk
HOSIERY
TO   KNOW
THESE  HOSE
They stood the test when all
others failed. They give real
foot comfort. They have no
seams lo rip. They never become loose and baggy as the
shape is knit In, not pressed In.
They are GUARANTEED for
fineness, for styla, for superiority of material and workmanship, absolutely stalnl ss.and to
went six months without holes
or replaced by uew pairs free.
Our Free Offer
To every one sending us 50c
lo cover shipping charges, we
will send, subject to duty, absolutely  free:
Tnree pairs of our famous
men's AMERICAN SILK
HOSE with written guarantee,
any color, or
Three pairs of our LadieB'
Hose, In iBack, 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.
<HWlKB3tH*lK8>l>iKHSSlKH^^
Phone  93. P.D.  Box  38.
Pacific Cartage Limited
General   Teaming
Furniture  Moving a Specialty.
When you buy COAL kuy the BE8T«
— Ladysmlth  Lump  or  Comox
Washed  Nut.

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