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Array MAY     11915
Montmxl
VOL.  V.
PRINCE  RUPERT,   B.  C,   TUESDAY, APRIL 27, 191."
Price
NO.  141.
Staked Placer Claims
Alongside Prince George
Last Friday Thc Whole Of the River
Was Staked Over Night---The Ne-
chaco And Fraser Rivers May Be
Exploited To The Fullest Extent
ALD. MONTGOMERY      DISCUSSED METHOD      Thirteen Cnrlnnrl* (If
HOI,™  ATTrCTIAWCl AC  lAA-AIP  WADV I   l ^^^   Car/OQCfS
ASKED QUESTIONS
OF DOING WORK
HI)  SOUGHT   INFORMATION  CON-|CITY    nil Mil,    TOOK    11'    Till
From Prince George comes the
news that there has been a regular
gold stampede there. Last Friday
night it is said as a result of the
finding of good pay gravel in the
Nechaco River alongside the town-
file, about sixty-five claims were
staked. This took place over nigh'.
It Is said that there are scores of
men out panning for gold ln the
river practically within the town-
site.
All along ;he Fraser. the Nechaco and tributaries from Bar-
kerville far north of Prince George
the bars are being exploited for
gold. A regular epidemic has broken
out. Since the coming through of
tthe G.T.P. access is easily obtained
to the regions that were formerly
removed too far from the avenues
of trail to make it pay to work the
ground that was not exceptionally
rich.
There are more prospectors in
the territory between Barkerville
and Fort George today" than there
has been probably in the past half
century, and those coining into
town for supplies from time to
time report striking good prospects in many of the creeks and in
the river bars throughout the territory, says the Fort George Tribune.
Continuing The Tribune1 says one
company, in which the Guggen-
heiins are said to lie moving spirits, is bringing in dredges of a capacity far beyond anything as yet
worked in British Columbia, and
it is expected that the results of
tlieir [operation will (again bring
hack to Barkerville her former
prosperity when trom $5,000 to
$10,11011 ii day was not un uncommon yield for a claim working with
pick,  shovel  and  sluice  box  only.
That  there are many bars on  the
PROSPECT I'Olt WOMEN
IS VERY ENCOURAGING
CERNING  ALU.   MORRISSEY'S
VISIT TO MONTREAL
The Sewer  Dispute nnd  Costs ('on-
neclcd  Willi  it  Also Subject
of  Inquiry
Nechaco and Fraser which, with the
crudest of gold saving methods, will
return from $3 to $5 per day is the j visit   with   the   Mayor   to   Montreal
At the Council meeting last
night a series of questions were
asked by Aid. Montgomery covering
the subject of ex.-Aid.    Morrissey's
GOVERNMENT'S  PROPOSITION  AS TO PIPE LINE
opinion of many miners- and old-
time residents of this district. As
a matter of fact many of the bars
are worked jn a small way each
spring and fall. Old Tyee, a Chinaman who has lived in the district
for upwards of twenty-five years, is
credited with having taken as high
as two ounces a day out of the bars
of the Nechaco which he has worked regularly from Mud River to its
mouth.
While pay to the extent of $6
to $10 a day can be got in the country to the north of Fort George,
along the Findlay river and its tributaries, still the cost of supplies,
and discomforts of getting in and
out of the country, would seem to
indicate that $3 to $.' along the Nechaco and Fraser and their tributaries, is really better pay because
of the accessibility and cheapness
of supplies owing to superior transportation facilities. When this becomes thoroughly understood it
should tend to give prospecting in
this territory an impetus which
will surely unearth some big pay
dirt, or utterly upset all theories of
geology in so far as placer gold is
concerned.
and also on the point of the Ritchie sewer legal expenses. The
questions and answers were as follows:
Question—Hag Ex.-Ald. Morrissey submitted an expense' account
for his trip to Montreal to the
■.Council?
Answer—No.
Question -— If so, what is the
amount?
No answer.
Question—If not, does the law
require an account to be submitted to council?
Answer—The city solicitor's opinion backed by the auditor, is that
no law requires a detailed! state-i
ment, and should be judged by considering  a  fair amount  per  diem.
Question—What is the amount he
withdrew from the bank in the
city's credit?
Answer—$S50.
Question—How much does he refund  of that amount?
Answer—$30.
Question—Did the Mayor take
Aid. Morrissey with him to Montreal and is he responsible fo;- his
expenses?
(Contlaiied   on   Page  Four.)
In  Onlei- 1"  Huve  Undertaking  tin
(in  Plan is Approved Of
Ity Council
The Council last evening had up
for consideration a proposition
made by the Dominion Government
relative to the laying of tlie pipe
line from Lynch's to the entrance
of the harbor to connect with the
Digby   Island     Quarantine     Station.
G. B. Hull, resident engineer of
the department :of Public Works,
was present, and was requested to
explain the situation. He said he
was agreeable to wire the Department on any proposition that might
be made by their body. The proposition was one that was considered last year. The government was
agreeable to put in the pipe line
along the city streets to Fairview
and thus get connection with Digby
Island marine station. The government would bear the cost in the
first place. The pipe line was to
be laid according to the city's permanent plan with all connections.
The cost as far as the city limits
was in the end to be paid by the
city, but only as it came into use.
None was to be paid by the city under three years from the time of the
sale of the lots in the sections served.
The negotiations last year had
been along the line of the basis of
cost. The cily under (be prospos-
tlon now submitted, provided that
a contract should be let by public
(Continued on Page Four.)
Ore Brought To City
It Forms First Commercial Shipment
From The Rocher de Boule And
Will Go To Granby Smelter At
Anyox-Good Values are Expected
With the hauling in over the G.
T. P. line from Hazelton of thirteen
carloads of ore from the Rocher de
Boule mines, Prince Rupert had a
demonstration 'that the mountains
which lie within the zone of influence of this city are to contribute their quota of trade aud
wealth to the port. This shipment
which Is made by the .Montana Continental Development Company, is
but the initial one that the camp
will make. C. C. Openheimer, the
head of the company, was at the
mines and saw the shipment made.
There is a little delay here in getting the ore off to the smelter at
Anyox. The bunkers are being completed and the tug and scows were
delayed in arriving. With these now
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FINANCIAL REPORT
At the meeting of the City
Council last evening the Finance Committee brought in
a report recommending that
in future all proposed works
brought before the different
committees should be referred to the Finance Committee before any action was
taken. This was approved
of.
here     shipment   will     be   made   at
once.
The ore is of good quality in general, but Supt. Williams, of tlie mine
says that the main body is not yet
encountered. At the present time
they are mining about 40 tons a
day. This can be increased very
materially as the development work
proceeds.
In the shipment made Sunday
there were thirteen cars of forty
tons each, Regular shipments will
be made from now on. The G. T. P.
has the tug B. C. Boy on hand with
two scows having a capacity of 500
tons each to haul the ore to the
smelter.
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TENDERS   Itl'CI'l* ED   I'OR
PIG LEAD AMI YARN
The Various Bids Were Referred  to
tho Cily Engineer Por
Tabulation
On Place She Occupies During War,
Her Stains in Future Depends,
Says  Magazine.
The place to be occupied by woman after the war depends on what
place she occupies during the war.
The Ladies' Pictorial fincls the prospect exceedingly pleasing, being
more than satisfied with what woman
is doing.   II says:
"Everything comes lo him who
waits. A few months ago who would
have expecied Unit such tributes
would have been paid lo women as
have been won by them even in
quarters which were distinctly hostile prior to the war? Or, who could
have foreseen that the opportunities
now offered to women in various
fields of labor would have been presented? It was said by Lord Charles
Beresford the other day apropos of
the magnificent way in which the
Women's Emergency Corps has
worked on behalf of women bereft
of employment, of soldiers at the
front, and of refugees, that this war
has not only given woman tlie
chance for which she Was so hardly
striven and so long waited, but it has
also proved that lf a woman wants
to be really useful she must be efficient and trained. This war has
brought out, furthermore, tha sner-
gr, kdndness, sympathy, and grit of
women,  and  for all  tlma  this   will
PRINCE RUPERT'S COMPANY
MAJOR PECK IS NEAR FIGHTING LMi
At the council meeting last night
tenders were received for pic lead
J and for yarn for connecting new
pipes. The tenders were referred
to tlie city engineer for tabulation
and are to lie referred fo the Hoard
of  Works for awarding  afterwards.
The  tender:-   were  as   follows:
B. C. Waterworks Supply, Vancouver, pig lead. $5.60 n hundred;
yarn   i'or   per   lb;   oakum,   Sc   Ib.
Hoive mid McNlllty, lend, $.0.20;
'yarn,  —;   oakum   He.
Robertson, Godson Co., yarn,
$7.50   and   $5.70   n   hundred.
Evans, Coleman and Evans, lead
$6.15;   yarn   Mc  Ib.
They May Have Landed In France Last Evening-- Message Received By! Thom',son ****-**, •«* m.-o.
F. M. Dowling From His Son Stated That The Local Contingent WereU, Jo TIT "'; ^ M!
1© Leave Shorncliffe for Front At Midnight Yesterday, English Time|7"'" Grnntl""'"'   •B-78-  »«■
l-2c   lb.
be remembered. Never again can they
be accused of clamoring for advertisement, of 'unsexing' themselves
because they take up duties for
which, for some reason, It has hitherto been supposed man was alone
fitted. The war has given women
their chance, and they are taking it,
and proving to the hilt that as organizers, workers, business folk,
servants of thc State, ministering
angels, doctors, surgeons, they are
worthy of the highest praise and
merit the fullest confidence, The
sons of the Empire, as Lord Charles
Beresford again said, have done
magnificent work during the last
few months, bul so, too, have the
daughters of the Empire. Even the
Government has admitted as much.
"Never in the whole history oi
the world have women risen to an
occasion ns they have done during
(Continued on Page Four.)
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City  of  Spokane  Dl
Lasl evening the steamer City of
Spokane called here on her way
north to Alaskan ports. She had on
board a number going into Seward.
Several from here took passage on
the way to Seward also.
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Resigned  Position
,1, .1. Little, through the Light
Superintendent, resigned his posi-)
tion on the city light staff last
evening. Ho is leaving for the Old
Country and was not sure he would
rsturn. A testimoalal will be glr-
un  Mr. Little.
Judging by a message received j
privately today by F. \V. Dowling
from his son .lack, the Prince Rupert contingent may be in France
now, or perhaps near the trenches.
'''li. message simply staled that
they expected to leave for France
at midnight last night. This being
English time it would be nine
hours ahead of Prince Rupert time.
lt is presumed, therefore, that the
ine'i under Major Peck are now on
French soil taking a pari in the
war of the Empire.
It is anticipated that tbe heavy
lo-:s in the Canadian force in tho
fighting at Langemarck has made ii
necessary to fill up the lines occupied by them with tlie Canadian
forces in England.
. I     Balfour,      Guthrie      Co.,      lead,
pany met them on those lines as far $5.SO  l-2c.
as  pric  Is  concerned,  thai  paid  by      Ge0- '-• Clayton, lead  $6.00;  yarn
the local company was quite as high .
as  thc  price     prevailing  in   Seattle!
now.
The captains will rei urn to Prince
Rupert  with     future    catches    andj
promised   thai   others     would   com
with  the  fisli  taken.
Fishing Vessels Well
Pleased With This Port
Three Independent Boats Came In Yesterday And Disposed Of Fish—Outfitted
Again For The Banks—Expect to Make
Prince Rupert Their Selling Point
P.ARP.I'R  Simps  I'ARLY
CLOSING  IIVIjAW  PROPOSKI)
Matter Will    He    Considered Again I
(in Return of < ity Solicitor
A  report  from  the Cily Soil
10 3-4c lb.
Smith and .Mallet, lead $5.75;
yarn,  6   l-2c  Ib.
Regimental  Conrei-t
This . ■ .nine In Ihe Wostholnio
theatre a concerl trill be given to
provide tobacco for the Prince Unpen contingenl ai the front. A
good  program  will  be given.
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llonril nf Trade Luncheon
Tomorrow the Hoard of Trade will
Three United States fishing vessels reached port yesterday and disposed of their catches, amounting
to about 100,000 pounds. Tbe fish
were caught about 200 mil*s south
of here, but the owners of the vessels determined to try what Prince
Rupert would do in the matter of
taking the catches. Tb-v left lasl
evening more than pleased with the
results, having received quite as
much here for the fish.as they
would have got in Seattle, and in
addition they saved considerable
time by calling here. They took on
bait, ice and othe' supplies hers before they left.
The vessels were the Tordensk-
jold, Capt, Sewvold, with a capacity
of 70,000 pounds, having a crew of
thirteen with five dories; the Sitka, Capt. Johanson, with a capacity of 1)0,000 pounds, carrying a
crew of 15 and having six dories;
the Liberty, Cnpl . Kngdabl, of a
similar size  to  tlie  Sitka.
At the Cold Storage lhe Cana-
dion Fish and Cold Storage Company met the new comers in the
most generous way to ilia delight of
the captains. The limits for first-
class halibut differ somewhat here
from what these captains have been
ii.iad  to  in   Seattle.    The  local  com-
give   another   of     il.'      i ilai    lun-
to the City Council las', evening in L,,„„lls ,,„ board ,,,„ (; -,-. P „,„,
which be deall with tho petition Prlnce Rui,ert, Rev. ,, R, Qraul
from the barbers of the city, ask-Vill be the speaker, taking as his
Ing for a bylaw being Introduced to
cover lho proposed hours of closing for the barbers. Tlie reporl of
tbe  solicitor   was   thai   the   Council
subject.  "Pioneers  and   Pioneering.'
lias  not  the authority to  pass suchjof  the  solicitor.
might   be  possible,     li.-   moved   the
reporl   stand   over   until   the   return
a   bylaw.
Aid.  Nlcol  said   thai   from   whal
the solicitor said just  before lie lefl
bo was inclined tn believe tiie bylaw
Aid. Kerr agreed with Ibis. He
thought some way might be found
to have a bylaw pase.l.
The   motion   carried.
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Ore Towing Outfit Arrived
Last evening Ihcre arrived fro I the south the lug I!. C. Hoy with
two scows for handling ore. These scows have a capacity of ."no
tons each. They are tn be operated out of hero by the Q, T. P,
for ore carrying to ihe Granby smelter at Anyox, The tug has
been delayed on the way no'"th. Tho equipment will be pul Into service ai onco towing to Granby.
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PRINCE   RUPERT   JOURNAL
.J&rmcc Kupcr* journal
Telephone  138.
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O.  II. NELSON,  Editor.
Office:     128   Third    Avenue    I  o	
near M telephone 13S:  SV|) „KVASTAT„)S ,,,..,,-,■
. while   12  voted
in.-'   it.        iis did   nol   include thosi
ip.   line.
Product No.
Postotfii
DAILY   EDITION.
Published    every   morning
Monday.  Di livered by  carrie
city al  the following rate, if paid in
adiance:—
One  ". ear   	
Six   Months   	
Tin'.-    Months    *1.2o
If   noi    paid   In   advance,
per  .Month    $0.50
WEEKLY EDITION.
Published every Friday for circa
lation outside the City of Prince
Rupert al ■ '■' 00 a year, addressed lo
points In Canada; or $3.00 a year to
all polnis in the I'nited Kingdom
the United States or other foreign
coun.ries.
Pre
' Rl     ['RAIL OF  WAR
■ "'mi aiit.n    ol    Inhabitants
if   Wnr-stricken    Areas    Will
Mover  He the Same.
Contains about 2\i  lbs.    _
SI. 30
LWLEXDID  FOR   PLUMBERS
.le of Pre luct.No. 99 in strictly
ii     o    tl "   high-class   supply
■ ,    its  ci. i   ol   manufacture  is
ffecttd  by  Dept.   or
■ tore    influence   that
nam facturers to tbe
lor chemicals   aud
is.   -.'or is the dealer allowed  to
retail     Ice under penalty
ui ply    terminated.
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WAR
CITY
i   Held     ■■:. :
lere Id   trenches,
made for  practise  by our own  men,
y  the  .' i i. Ing enemy  in \ ain
irl     to      ay   the   retreat,   Bays   a
I an < xchange. There
er-logg. 'I   I igouts and  large
ed ca Ities  where   shells
Hales  Upon  Application   have burjt.   In a  places even the
'   , ...,,„.  lese shell holes,
and ley are (Hied with  .vatei
I    '  th.   ii.;::'  ;., .ii sun or sky,
■ ■   i Idi r  has  '"  be  ca
lest  bis  horse should     an   aside  in
fright.   ' " on
I y 11       .
"   laden   loo ■       ...     abandoued
i.   One d  j   i  cam. , an oin
.lock with the
works, musl ■ ,i pud t h. white wooden dial broke in I ,vo. rt'hal a fu
would i::i'. '■ bei tor me one al
, in tiie flrsl i hro( s of the era: o
for antiques! As I write,, in this
cheerless billet, I can see a large
dugout half made on the opposite
side of the road beside a deep ditch
ol stagnant water, having never been
used. The German shells do not
reach ns here, and such protections
are, therefore, unnecessary. What at
tilling up and a levelling of .the
ground . there will he all around
when peace has been restored! What
a rebuilding and reforming of shattered homes, nut broken trees and
ruined orchards will long bear mute
witness to the horrors of Ihe present, i : in brand new itei Iin
rise besid
And  the    ,   ienl      m ral ion of in-
abltan        111 n       ■ be the si    ie, Eor
the tn i passed  ac
• ll vi        ■ ' lowed
;     . '       lay I wa
a   kindly   old    holy
and  was
ingled sad-
iger;       Hei     late  hus-
band was proprietor of a prosperous
hotel   when   the   placi    was   overrun
by German oliicers. Among thenv was
a crown prince, which of these ornaments of the German army it wa
•a.
could nol learn. He and a number
of like-minded brothers-ln-arms
made themselves free of the hotel,
sprawling over the drawing-room
chairs and sofas with their spurred
and muddy boots. "His royal highness',' ordered champagne. This was
done, lint one particular brand expected by the epicurean bully did
not appear, li could not, because
the cellars did nol contain ft. Furious at this apparent thwarting of his
exalted will he shol the proprietor
dead in his own house. Another
householder and proprietor, mon
ed    with
A POWERFUL SO?.VENT FOR
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Lo
u il  Rested  bj   ',,,
go ■ ng   ,i     contract
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work beli.   e     the
Co ... il would have acted more
wisely in recommending, irrespective of the views entertained by the
city solicitor upon the subject, that
the government do iis work by day
labor, the city assuming that as the
cost in tlie final accounting, ln
that way the city would be assured of local residents getting work
ai a iini" when ii is very necessary
that they should b< given employment. In.ler a contract from the
government we believe it will be
difficult indeed to have 11 stipulat/
ed ti il lo al labor Is to be employ
ed" or   : hat   a   local    endei        to  be
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fore. It 1 ly to
i lie n< xl :. ■ days maj find t be men
who lefl In i': under Major Peek
fighting in the trenches or on tbe
field. We have no doubt as to
how they will acquit themselves.
'Ihey will give as good an account
of themselves as luue tlie men of
tbe first contingent from Canada if
if they are called upon to do so.
OMPLOYEKS  AMI   HOSPITAL  TICKETS
At the Coun.il meeting last night
the City Clerk, 10. A. Woods, reported on the ballot he had taken
ef  the  employees  of  lhe     city  with
"OO" Destroys accumulations  if  lint,    paper,    cloths,    hair,   slime,
grease,  vegetables,  soup,  fruit and many others.   It is harmless to
lines plumbing.
DON'T ARGUE liu.VT    PUT   OFF TEST    IT
This preparation has been so generally successful in clearing
drains that it is nought over and over again by those who have
tried it, but Inasmuch as uo on can Know the actual condition existing within a pipe, it is absoutely impossible for the manufacturer or the dealer to guarantee lhe result.
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S.S. Prince Rupert every Friday at 9 A.M.
S.S. Prince John every Sunday at 7.30 P.N.
For  .Massett-—S. S. Prince- .'o'..ti every second Saturday at 10   p.m.
commencing April 17.
For .Naas River points—S. P.   lince John every second Saturday 10
p.m.,  commencing  April 24. '
For  Anyox—S.  S.  Prince George  every  Wednesday-at  midnight.
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Qeservcd   Fund !j!   12,500,000
Total   Assets     $185,000,000
Savings Hunk  Department—si  will open an account
Branches • Throughout   Canada and Banking Connections With All
Pints of the I'nited States. Agents Throughout tlie World.
II.   P.   WILSON",  Manager - . Prince    Rupert1    Blanch
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In the
City of  Priuce Rupei iii   day
c"ii   dissolved   by   mutual    consent.
All  debts  owing  to the  partnership
an-  to   be   paid   to  J.   S.   .Iiilinson  at
riuce    Rupert    aforesaid,     and   all
lainis   against   the   said   partnership
.re io be presented to him, by whom
ram*  will  be settled.
Hated at Prince Rupert, B, ('., tbi»
17th  day  of March,  1915.
J.  S.  JOHNSON.
J.   A.   SWANSON.
C.  C,   KBTCHTJM,
at froi '.     ,.     th.
mother wa i In bed »Ith a build
wound received while visiting a
friend. The regimental surgeon informed me thai she is near confinement. How ii may be with mother
and child when Lhe birth lakes place
eai. bcsi be conjectured. A population that lias suffered thus will |
never forget, The loss of life and
limb, or property and health due
largely to wanton cruelly will bring
forth a harvest of hate thai even lhe
passage of a century »ill hardly
uidii. rate.
Mmmu\\^\\.w i^Mwmrwinitnn
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BEING A MANUAL OF GOOD RECl.'TS carefully
chosen'from thc conltibuticns of ovc* two thousand
successful users of Five Roses Flour throughout Canada.
Also Wselul Notes on tlie \ariottt classes of Rood things
to eat, all of which have been, carefully checked and
fO-checkcd by competent auliiority.
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I>iB*ributors Prince Haulier)., B.C.
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and Heavy Teaming
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Tuesday, April 27,  1915.
»;-Tfi.„r...alt„-l    •■^"■■•i ■   "■    K.nMa. .aw.'-.-
WHAT DEMANDS ©F
ALLIES WILL BE
IT     IS     PELT      IHAT     GERMANS
\\iiaia have to suffer
HUMILIATION.
There Will  Be  Xo  Peace   Until   the
Proper Terms Are
Obtained.        *
A special cable to the New York
Tribune trom London says:
Thc Tribune is able to suite on
the highest authority thai all German extra-diplomatic peace efforts
—such, for instance, as Interyiews
with tlie Pope—have been vised in
Berlin before being allowed to be
sent to New York. Tlie Socialist,
propaganda, suggestions, too, for
terms of peace on the lines of the
status quo ante helium, etc., will be
unavailing.
"Germany must lie beaten Into
tlicd ust," said tlie Trilimie.'s author-
ity. f
"How long do you think the war
will lasi?" was the opening ques-
tiou.
"1 never did think il would be a
short war," was Hi" answer. Pressed I'or a more exact statement,, tlie
reply cam" after a brief but full
pause: "It will nol be over Iliis
lime next year."
"Not even  if  Italy comes  In?"
"No, 'not even If Italy comes in.
You must think of the terms of
peace."
Must  Humiliate Germans,
There was another short pause, as
the correspondent wondered if lie
would bear the Allies' terms of
peace, and then:
"Germany will have to be humiliated, aud the Germans are a brave
people, you know. We musl nol
forget that. The Germans are as
brave as any of us, nnd il will be
bard for them to accept humiliation,
We will have ... beal them into the
dust. Tin y i ill hai e to give up Al-
sai e and I Ine. They b ill a n e
i"  glvi ium,   with    a  big
r Belgians, bei ides.
Schl to 1
They w
Poland Iia. already goi iy will have
to gl ! u G i-man I'i.land. Thai is
one of her rii hi si , rovinces, and il
will be hard to make her give up
Poland.
"Bukowina and Transylvania will
go. Austria will lose also Bosnia,
Herzegovina, Dalmatia, and Croatia.
Italy will get the Trentlno and
'Italia Irredenta.'
Limitation of Armaments.
"And there must be a limitation
of armaments. That is where America can conic in and help us in making peace. She can help us In the
limitation of armaments.
"Germany will nol accept such
terms easily. Again, 1 say, lie must
be beaten into the dust. And Britain
will fighl ten years for victory, if
arc. ssary."
These terms, goes on tlie Tribune,
will probahlj have to be modified on
some i oints, ; nywa'y, bill without
i; ; , whal   Is   in    ilie
"lilies' mil price   of
ere Ii 11 lo   qu.
; n fid
heiu   or.
might  combine  into    a  single   Teutonic Empire oi        ,    , u   .
Changes ..." vasl Importance were
also foreshadowed in England, "War
ivili bring :i great change in this
country also," said this high authority, "and our upper classes are beginning to realize that it will have
to- conic. Our men fighting in the
raiiks are getting their pay and separation allowances for wives and
families, an average of '-7 shillings
aad sixpence a week. Their families
are getting more now to live on wiih
husbands and fathers away ai the
front than they had when the hiis-
baiuls anil fathers were home. Do
you think these men are going lo be
satisfied to come buck to il shillings and sixpence a week I'or the
whole family? No, there wili have
lo be some readjustment there. And
our upper classes will have lo readjust, themselves. They will have
i.i ion.' down theii- scale ol" living.
There is too much extravagance
now. Wo-shall have io return to ..
simpler way of living."
MAJOR OF SERBIAN ARS1Y
IS CHIEF OF "DAREDEVILS"
He and His Irregulars Said to   Have
Killed   10.(100 Aus.i-iA.ns  During
War.
The besl loved and most talked of
man in Belgrade and I he north of
Servia is the famous .Major D'ou-
kitch, ihe chief dare-devil of lhe
Dare-Devils or Comitadges.
The Comitadges are Irregulars in
the Servian army, who receive orders
to .no to :i particular spol and do
particular work. How they go or
how Ihey perform their task no one
asks. They almost always succeed
or they do urn return.
Many or them are under the command of the little, alert, humorous
Major Djoukitch. lie sets the task.
Often he has led Ihe Irregulars and
the people l"ll wiih joy of his ex-
. loii . He Is credited with aving
killed 10,000 :.. 50,001 ',.: , i
and' his name is km wn . id feared
on tiie oppoi . bunk i lie River
Save.
■ i      Is men '
id   Tsiganlia,
in the river
i Bel .  1'    was
he  who  repulsed   Hie    Austrian     i
and piled up thousands of
dead men on ih" banks, while hundreds of drowning men and dead
Austrians  Boated  down  tlie  river.
He is a man who always likes to
he busy. It is his nature lo be acting and joking and if fighting on
his side of the river is slack and if
oxen nnd cows are scarce he occasionally crosses with a chosen band
of irregulars lo lhe Austrian shore,
takes what cattle he wanls and returns.
One night the Austrians planned
an attack in boats and barges. The
major expected the enemy ami ordered his men not to shoot till lie
gave ilie word. So greal is his control that many Austrians a u illj
landed mi Hie Island where his men
wer,   hiding.    L   v'., i in    issibl
i'. '.,. bai It: and I lion, when
they  w< n . ■     '
ng Servians,  lu I'd
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Skeena. Land 1 [strict — District ot
Queen Charlotte Islands.
T VKE NOTICE thai Harry Mc-
Mann, of Victoria, B. C, oi c
Carpenter, intends Eo apply Tr.r permission to prospect Hie following described lands for coal and petroleum: Commencing a: a posr planted
! : ' west :    d 80 el "l:is north
of tie north-east corner of Skelu Inlet, thence SO chains west, thence
' ' ins south, ihence 80 chains
east, thence 80 chains north ..> the
point of commenci ment.
HARRY   McMAXX.
Dated February 23rd, 191.1.      ap22
Skeena  Land 1 :i   ri :
■   ,    ■  islands.
TAKB   NOI ::'i''
Kenzie  Burgee       ( i:.  c,
.'.,',: .-
/or   permissii n   '
of Skeei ' Is
Queen
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IMPERIAL MACHINE mm
Skeena Land District - District of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE S'OTIOE thai Harry Mc-
Mann, of Victoria, V,. C, occupation
Carpenter, intends to apply for permission to prospect the ■ following
described inn is for coal and 'netrol-
e'lm: Commencing al a ppsl planted
00 chains wesi of ihe south-easl corner of Skelu Inlet, tlience -.vert sn
chains, thence south 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains, thence norlh
80 chains to the point of commencement,
HARRY   McMANN.
Deled February 23rd, 1915.        ap22
lescribed Ian I andjd
petroleum:    Goran . posl
planted  120 chaii of Por-    00 c
tor isl ind  (an island
of   R n lals  Sound I, thence
chains,    then outh    SO iin       Uhlov i ""-chain
thence  west SO , thenc
ilns to tl ' hains west,
ment.
i:<  BE tT   " ■ ISS.    mi ir,
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Dated  February  2 Ith,  1915.      ap22   '■ ted I I, 1915.
Engines   In
Ilepnli
Oxy-Acetylene  Pl
Phone  lied   156
.I,,!       Wall
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J. H. ffiLWTCB
Contractor Rnji Builder
Skeena   Land  District — District  of
Queen   Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE   NOTICE    thai    Harrv    Mc-
Mann.  of Victoria,  1!.  C.  occunation
i* —. nl  r   intends 1. Iv Tor permission to nrosnecl the following described  lands   ror     ",1    and    n*?tro1-
"". -  ' '.••' ■ •    ; Ine at a nosl planted
...i   lhe  nortl   side  of  Hippo Island,
af the south-easl   r rn  ■■ of n  smnll
|hav,  thence  c"  chains  wesi   ffollow-
'""  (lie shore line ,•' Hipno Island).
Ihence  south   80  cV';..s.  thence  east
ISO chains, Ihence norlh  sn chains to
the point of commencement
HARRY   McMANN
pared February 23rd, 1915.      ap22
a Land let i
Queen Chaj
TAKH  XOTICE loberl    Mc-
oria, B, c,
occupation Barber, Inti nds tn npplj
for permission  lo .eel     be   fol-j
lowing described lands foi I an I
■ ..' ileum: Commencing al a | >.:■■!
■ Ian d '- 0 ' lal i h of the polnl
of ;... Flrsl Island in Rennals Sound,
then. ■ w > ' 80 i hains, II em
so chains, Ihence easl 30 ''''iin;.
thence soul chains to the point
of commencement.
ROBERT   McKENZlE  BURGESS.
Per .1. W. Connell,   \- nt.
Dated February 24th,  1915.     ap22
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Estimates given on
iv..rl.,  whether small .
sonnl attention given
ill * iasses of
: large. Per.
'   every   item.
PHONE GREEN  :..'!
FREDERICK  PETERS,  K.C.
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TAKE  XOI ICE lol n
,'..'..■
'<">< .l:'."k"'-  '"■ Barrister, Solicitor and Notary PublL
permission  to pro    eet the lollowli
Ib. !  land i for coal am
eum: Coi       ncin i nted
:: ihalns   north   ol   tl i   i  ntr.   of
Freemen's   Island    (Pi        i      nn. ! i.
and easl  80 chains, I chain
north, : lien, e 80     lain    ei
sn   chains   south,   tin ni'    ' hains
west to "tin      lint of
JOHN   WE SLEY   CONNELL.
Dat. .1   Fi bruary  23rd,  1915.      ap22
Ofilce ln
BXCHANG
BLOCK
Skeena   Land   District  —  Dlstrlcl   of
Queen Charlotte Tsla; ds.
| TAKE XOTICE that Harrv Mc-
Mann, or Victoria. B, C., occupation
Carnenter. intends to am.lv for permission io nrosnecl the following described lands for coal and petroleum: Commencing nt a nnst planted
iat the mouth of the Andrews River
where it enters Victory Bay, at the
north end (if Seal Inlet, (hence west
80 chains, thpnee north Sfl chains,
tbence east 80 chains, thence south
8 0 chains to the point of commencement.
HARRY  McMAXX.
Dated February 24th, 1915.      an22
Skeena  Land  Disti Id Di   i;     of
Qu    n  i' .  rli        I *: .' :
TAKE \TOTICE tl  il   R	
well, .     Victi      ,.'.■'. itlon
Hotell ' to
i    "".- Ion to i
d«  eril nd 1     Is Jo .  , rol-
. .i.'.i:  Con  uencing ai :
I.. ya rds south ol
uell   Rii .    ■'      ■ .    .'..1.
1 Ihann I,   ,"    <i: line     oil :..
ithence   10  i     ii ,   thenc     80
chains north,  I In 10    :.'.':'    - asl
to-.the poin
ROBE1 T  HOWS'" ELL.
Per J. W. Connell, A gent.
Da     :  February 23i I,  1915.       ap22
Skeena Land Districl — Dislrict nf
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE thai Harry Mo-
Mann, of Victoria, B. C, occupation
Carpenter, intends In apply for permission In prospect lho following
described P.mis for coal and petroleum: Commencing at a nosl • In ited
at the soulh end of Andrews
wh. ■  Vici .'."■'  Bi v,  'it  the
north   end   of   Seal   inlel.   tlience   SO
Icliaii ■ ence  SO  'hains nortlT,
thenci la     west,
hnins  south   to  ihe  poinl    of  comment.
" . ,    "'   M VNN
24th,  11)15        ap22
ISkeenn Land Districl - i-.; . i;. I of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE Ilia! Harry Mc-
Mann, of Victoria, B. C, occupation
Carpenter, intends to apply for permission to prospect the following described lands for coal and petroleum: .Commencing al a post planted
at the mouth of Andrews River,
where it enters Victory Hay, at the
north end of Seal Inlet, thence 80
chains south, thence 80 chains west,
thence SO chains nortli. ihence SO
chains east to the point of commencement.
HARRY   McMAXX.
Dated February 24th, 1915.      ap22
keena Land D    . rid   of
Qu    ■,   Ch   .
•,,':i      '        Han I
■
Ih.
. >    11 ,
.":.,.: Commen
: ,       ■ nor
inlet,
■
■ chaii
hence 80 i
HaVRRY   McMANN.
Dated February 23rd, H'l 5.        ap22
DR. GILROY, DENTIST
Crown and Bridge Work a
Specialty
Oilice:   Smith   Block,   Third   Avenue
A. FAUIDS, MI. M.E.
ConSultii g Mini
Examinations   and     leveloi mi it    oi
Coal, Metal, Ol!.  Etc,
709 Duusuitiii  St.      Vancouver, B.C.
S: e' na Land Districl —- Districl ol
■ Chai lol i" Islands.
TAKH NOTICE Ilia! Sti ".:".'!
Graham Campbell, of Victoria, B. !'.,
occupation Real Estate Agent, in-:
tends to apply for permission to
prospect thc following described
lands for coal and petroleum: Commencing at a post planted ten yards
south of tbe nioulli of Connell River
In Burgess Bay, Port Channel,
tlience SO chains cast, thence SO
chains soutfi, thence SO chains west,
tlience 80 chains norlh to the point
of common.. mi nt.
STEWART   GRAHAM   CAMPBELL.
Por .1   W. Connell, Agent.
Dated February 23r'd, 1915.        ap22
I,and   District  -     Districl   oi
Queen  Cb irlotte  fslai d .
TAKE  NOTICE  thai    Roberl    Mc-
Kenzie   Burgess,  of  Victoria,
occupation   Barber,  Inl
for permission
li. ('..
to a ■ ly
.-.-...... to prospei ' following described lands for coal and
petroleum: Commencing al a posi
planted 80 chains soutli of the east pO. Box 1714
poinl of the First Island in Rennals
Sound, thence Bouth 80 chains,
thence west sn chains, tlience north
chains, thence easl   80 chains
HAIRDRESSINC
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Massage,   Manicuring,   Scalp   Trtaf-
ment,  Electric Treatments,  Etc.
Mrs.   X. I.  Handusyde, Prop.
211 Third St, PRINCE RUPERl
So
to
the point of commencement.
ROBERT   McKENZlE   BI RGESS.
Per .1.  W.  Conn  11,  .' gent,
Haled February 24th, 1915.        ap22
Telephone 44S
RITCHIE,   AGNEW   &   CO.
Civil Engineers and Surveyors
Prince  Rupert,  B.C.
Skeena Land District — District of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
'TAKE XOTICE thai Albert Henry
Tanner, of Victoria, B. C, occupation Dentist, ^ltends to apply for
permission to prospei li
described lands for coal and  petroleum:  Commencing al   . lanted
10  chaias wesi  and 1     chains
:.;'   the    louth-oasl        ri il    Porl
Ihanni l i IO    chains,
:
I 0   '"■■ norl chain
■ lent.
AI,; ' RY   TAXi
Per .1    ■'.'. Conn ill,
F. 13rd,  L9 15,
Skeena   Land   Districl District  of I
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE   XOTICE    thai   Roberl    Mc-
, ;    Burg.       of la,   '.:.   C,
c   i  :,: Ion   li.n'1,,5.',  inten Is  lo
Ion    "   ,
lowing described 1     I ia!     nd
,:,"■:,
ed 80 i e sou
corner  i i
of Rennal .
lorth 80
hali ith   SO  .
ce east SO chaii
comm $
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Waterworks, Water Power, Wharf
aonstrtiction, Reports, Plans, Domln-
ou and  Provincial  Land  Surveying,
aiectric Blue Printing, Negatives and
White  Prints
Skeena  Land  District —  Districl  of
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE  XOTICE    that    Harry    Mo-
Mann, of Victoria, B. ('.. occupation
Carpenter,  intends to apply  for permission  to    prosnecl    the    following
described lands for coal and   petroleum:  Commencing at a posl  planted
at   the    mouth    nf   Andrews    River,
where it enters*Victory  Bay, al   lhe
norlh end of Seal  Inlet, thence    80
chains east, :;., m e 80 chains south,
thenc,,   so  chains    West,    Ihence    so
north  to  the  point    of  comment.
1 \ : "        ' N\V
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Skeena Land District - Dlstrlcl of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE XOTICE that Harry Mc-
Maiin, i>C Victoria, B. ('.. occupation
Carpenter, .intends !• jpply for permission to prospeel the following described lands for coal and petroleum: Commencing at a post, planted
40 chains norlh of the mouth of
Steele Creek, where- it enters Port
Lewis, thence east SO chains, thence
south 80 chains, thence west SO
cliains, thence north 80 cliains to
tiie point uf commencement.
HARRY   M.MAXX.
Per .1. W. Connell, Agent.
Dated February 22nd, 1915.        ap20
Skeena Land   Districl    —   District  of
Queen   Charlotte   Islands.
TAKE NOTICE  thai  George    Palmer Might, of SealHe, Wash.,  occupation   Broker,  intends  io apply  for
permission to prospect the following
described  lands for coal and  petroleum:  Commencing al a  posl  planted
ten   chains south  of  the   south-easl
ci rn ir of Queen's  Island,  In    i •■  ■ ;
i [arbor, thi nee easl   10 chains,
norlh    80    ch iin       then
Ihen. 111   !
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Skeena Land Distrii i ■ Hi.-- I
Qui en Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE thai Roberl .';"■
Kenzie Burgi ss, of Vieti i la, B. C,
occupation Barber, im.'nils to apply
for permission to prospeel the following described lauds I'or coal and
petroleum: Commencing al a posl
planted 80 chains wesi of the south-
easl corner of Maria Day, in the
south-easl corner of Rennals Sound,
thence wesi 80 chains, thence soulh
SO cliains, thenee east SO chains,
thence north 80 .hains to the point
of commencement.
ROBERT  McKENZlE   BURGESS.
Per J.  W. Connell, Agent,
Dated  February  24th,   1915.      ap22
Ptnne Blue  loi;        Res. Phone 39S
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T.   P.   CARTA-
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JINGLE POT COAL
!• handled ' a< r« recelv*
prompt attention   Phone Xo. OS.
Phone   93.
P.D.   Box  38
Daily Journal
SOc per month
Pacific Cartage Limited
General   Tcan..ng
Furniture   Moving  a  Specialty.
When  you   buy COAL buy the  BEST
— Ladysmith   Lump   or  Comox
Washed   Nut.
The Queen Charlotte
Oil Fields Limited
Oilice will open  today in   lim-liutler
Building for sale of a limited
amount of   Treasury Stock
GEO.  !•".   M.VCHONALii,   SecTreM.
HIGH OF    LIVING   I.i.
!!!'( I    ■
Pioneer  Funernl  Director!
.' f)
nl     In
-I   Oii.ilit.',
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I .ry   i bai    li
A Dcni ...  Europe.
id in Iliis conversation will make such -vasl and in.-
portanl changes ihat the conversation naturally turned on the effecl
on Germany, and the suggestion mis
made lo the correspondent that the
final result of the war might be a
social revolution In Germany, with
the establishment of a great central
European democracy. It was stated
to be considered very likely that
Hungary would break away from
Austria and establish herself as a
separate nation. In thai event, it was
suggested,    Austria    and    Germany
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lave rian
il '.'   did   lie.   lii   ■ '        .
decided
night two boats sel out from 'I-i.
nalia carrying some Servian Irregulars. One linai made an attack and
engaged the attention of the Austrians while the occupants of the
oilier boat landed, took down the
flag and brought it safely home.
Groceries—Our prices are the low.
est in town. You nil! save money o-
Blmost every article. Give us a Iria
order today. Phone 12.3. Prompt de
ivery, Mussallem ".-, Co., 42.1 Fifth
Ave.  East.
liain
■    I  the*27th . .
ap2"   '   THOMAS   P.  O'FAIi  LELL.
■      i Land   Dlstrlcl Dl strict of
Qu -en  Charlotte  Islands,
TAKH XOTICE thai Thoi
O'Farrell, of Vancouver, B.C., Miner,
intends to apply for permission to
prospeel the following described
lands for coal and petroleum: Commencing ai a pus! situated one . i i
milo wesi of lhe south-wesl corner
of I oi 2401, thence noi elgl
(SO) chains, thence i asl eightj (80)
hains, them s Boutli - I [hi ■ (8.0)
chains, thence wesi eighty l 0)
chains to poini of commencement.
Daied the 27th day of   February,
1915,
ap.!* THOMAS   P.  O'F UtRELL.
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I);,!' (IF.
Skeen     |      '   ; Disti
i iuei ■  .' '     nds.
TA KE  XOTH
exander,  of   Viclorl i,   B.C,
Hon  Miner, Intel ly for
on to pro       .
-' ribed   ; inds   f. r   coal   i nd
' um :  Coi nci
if Steel
■ •■  .   In   faouh   Harbor,
north, then
nee 80  clu
.■ ain     ivest to th.
mem ement.
LORENZO   U.KXANDER.
Pi :
Haled  February 22nd,   Ifllfi,
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MANUFACTURERS
noons.  SASH,  MANTLES,  MOULDINGS,    SCROLL   ,v,VD   BAND   '
SAWING, AMI   VI.I.  Kl.Mis ol    FINISHINGS,   STORE    VM)   OF.
PICK  PI XT. RES,  HOUSE FINISH A   IPlit l.VLTY
Factory und Office: Seventh  (lveune,  Hays   (*ov    lirclo
bone 218 P.O. Box 207.      Prim    Itupert, li.u.   '
oo<Hito0000O4aoocaoGoaocoaea0O4<-iooo00r,ca£ooo<}oooa0a4V0a Tuesday, A, rii
L915.
PRINCE    RUPBRT    JOURNAL
GRANITE
GRANITE  of best  iiuulity and thoroughly  tested  for sale
Cut Stone or Crushed Hock in
Quantities
NEIL J. McLEOD   Phono Green lil"
OCEAN FISH CO.
Fresh Fish Arriving Every Day
Outside orders promptly attended  to
PHONE BLUE 2r,a
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| B. C. Undertakers
O Funeral Directors and Em-
X b.-ilmers — Satisfaction Guaranteed — Open Day anil Night
117 .Second Street Phone 4 1
Bruce Morton    -    -    Manager
a 4
44400044044404444444444441
NOTICE.
GOVERNaMENT   WEATHER
REPORT.
Furnished  hy F. W. Dowling.
Barometer       29.S">1
I Ugliest      .44
Lowest     a!0
Rain     26
PHONE 5S4 P.O. BOX 60
FOR
P
APERHANGING
AIMING
OLISH1NG AND
WALL TINTING
The Canadian Patriotic Fund
Will those who need
from the above fund, resident in the
city or district and whose breadwinner Is on active service with tbe
forces of the Empire or her Allies,
kindly notify the secretary of the
local organization.
tf W. E   COLLISON,
P.O. Box 736.
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II PERSONALS I
assistance | a X
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necessary to have all the work possible going on.
Aid. Dybhavn thought that tlie
supreme power at Ottawa was in
just as good a position to deal fairly with labor as the city was.
It was finally decided to accept
the proposal of the Dominion government.
 o	
PROSPECTS  FOR   WOMEN
(Continued  trom Page One.)
HIGH-GRADE    INTERIOR
DECORAtTlNU    A    SPECIALTY
Martin Swanson
SECOND AVE. A**"AR"MeBRIDE
CANADIAN STEAM
LAUNDRY
NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS
*|Latest and Approved .Methods
flOnly  Skilled   Operators  Em.
ployed
Plione us and we will call for a
trial  bundle
Note   our   address:
515   SIXTH    AVENUE    WEST
Phone No. 8
Canadian Steam  Laundry
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CHKHKHKHWK! a440440444m&004
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Capt. J. McGee
M.M.S.A.
Masters and .Males prepared
for examination. Compass adjuster.
Phone Bed 502
"NAUTICAL   ACADEMY"
Heigerson Block, opposite
Royal Hotel
BHKHWKi a«&&-ettOt>l'*aWi3^0
liepai'tiii.-i.'i   (if Naval Service.
TENDERS  WANTED.
For  Wooden  Steamer  for   Fisheries
Patrol Work in Northern Waters
of Biitish Columbia.
Mrs.    .lohn     Barnsley    anil     .Miss
Barnsley are ii?iting Ln Victoria for
a few  weeks.
Al.lt. MONTGOMERY
(Continued  from  Page   One.)
0440444444444004400-0444440
'   SJFE DEPOSIT BOXES
For Rent
REASONABLE    RATES
Tenders are reo, nested for a six
months' charter of Wooden Steamer
not less than SO feet long, 17 feet
beam, with cabin accommodation for
two officials in addition to crew.
Steamer must be in first-claBs repair and subjeet to inspection by
Boiler and  Hull  Inspectors.
Crew and maintenance will be
provided by the Department of Naval
Service, but all tools required in engine room must be provided by owner of steamer.
Speed required not less than 9
knots per hour.
Tenderers must quote rate per
day for six months' charter and boat
must be available for service immediately on acceptance of tender.
Lowest or any t«ftler not necessarily accepted.
Time for receiving tenders will
close at 0 p.m. on Friday, April 30,
191*i.
Envelopes marked "Tenders for
Steamer"  to  be addressed
F. H. Cunningham,
Chief   Inspector   of   Fisheries,
ap22-26 New Westminster, B. 8.
Corporation   of the  City   of   Prince
Rupert, 1!. (".
CLE,ANING-UP WEEK.
Answer—The Council sanctioned
the going of Ex-Aid. Morrissey,
therefore the Ma/or is not responsible for Ex-Aid. Morrissey's expenses.
Question—Does the Mayor's report cover the expenses of both
himself  and  Ex-Aid.  Morrissey?
Answer—The Mayor reported his
own   expenses  only.
Question—How much money did
the city deposit re appeal of Ritchie  sewer  case?
Answer—$388.65.
Question—Has this money been
returned   to  the   city?
Answer—No.
Question—Has any steps been
taken  to  collect  by the  city?
Answer—Yes.
Question—If not why has the
matlir   been  neglected?
Answer—The matter has continually been followed mp with
Mr. Ritchie and Mr. jPatmore so
far without results. The city solicitor is nevertheless still demanding  the  money.
DISClSSI.lt   METHOD
(Continued  from  Page One.)
THE
Continental Trust
Company        |
»!KH>0<l-CH>rKHSt3 CHKKKHJ
The attention of the Citizens is
lied to the CLEANING-UP WEEK,
which has been fixed for week commencing April iMiih and ending May
1st, 1915, and iheir hearty co-operation is requested. Pile all refuse,
tin cans, etc., so ns to be easily accessible by tlie Scavengers. Help
beautify our City by cleaning up
your lots and backyards, etc.
By order,
HEALTH   COMMITTEE.
L. Porter, Sanitary Inspector. ap24-5
City of Prlnco Rupert, IJ. ('.
WOODWORTH     HY'DRO-ELECTRK
SCHEME—ERECTION    OF
COTTAGE.
The Morning Journal
50c. per month
Sealed lenders will be received by
10. A. Woods, City Clerk, Prince Rupert, II. ('.. up till 5 p.m., Monday,
May ."., 1915, for the erection of a
four-room cottage at Shawatlans.
Plans may be seen and specifications obtained at the City Engineer's Offlce,  City  Hall.
The lowesi or any tender not necessarily  accepted.
W.  McGEORGE MASOX,
-Map-" Cily  Engineer.
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RUPERT MARINE IRONWORKS AND
SUPPLY CO., LIMIT-D f
WATERFRONT,   PRINCE   RUPERT
S,     MACHINISTS    AND MACHINERY CONTRACTORS
ENG INI
Specialists in Murine Power Plants, oil. Steam, or Gasoline.
l>. C. Coasl Agents lor the British Kroinlioui Semi-Diesel oh Engine—the most relluhlc and economical, and the cheapest
power tor (Isliing boats, tugs and passenger vessels.
Standard  tins  Engine Company's Engines and Porta in stock.
tender and that should constitute
the price that the city would take
it  over  at.
During (lie discussion il was sel
'orth ilia! il would he desirable to
have the work done by day labor.
Mr. Hull said lie would telegraph
any wish expressed along this line
by tiie council. He pointed oul
lluil when the negotiations had been
on ivit.li the city last year the cily
solicitor hail taken the ground tha!
it should be a contract. The city
solicitor had then said tlie government might undertake to do this
by day labor and put a lol of political heelers al. work and run the
cost away up . Mr. Hull thought
lerhaps lhe government had llicrc-
fore decided to do ii by contract.
As far as he was concerned it made
no d if fere inc. The cost was estimated roughly at $50,000. Tbe work
within Hie city limils would be
about   $4:1,700.
Aid. Maitland thoughl
thai after all lhe work
been done by day laboi
should   la-   proposed   to he
the present crisis, and they have had
their wildest hopes exceeded  in  the
recognition    they    have   received   ol'
their efficiency, and in the opportunity now given them nol only of serving  Hie  Stale   but  of    taking   away
once and  for  all  the  barriers   that
have   shut   them   out   from    various
employments. The Government itself
has appealed to women lo come and
help it in its hour of need. Women
have been asked  to say what   they
are willing to do in order to release
men to bear arms. The first Government report ever drawn up by women has just, been issued by the Central Committee on Women's Employment, and it is a fine record of valuable  work  whicli   has  been   carried
out in the most efficient   and   eminently enterprising fashion. In a few
weeks a Government hospital for the
wounded  will be   equipped,   served,
managed  by women alone,  and  the
medical staff thereof are to be given
the rank of male army medical men.
"Truly,     woman    has    got     her
chance. She has only to go forward
doing whatever   work   falls   to   her
hand, after this, in  the same absolutely  efficient    unostentatious    way
that she has worked up to now, to
achieve all her ambition prompts her
to desire, all  she feels  herself able
to   undertake.    To    shut    any   door
against  her  in   tho  future  must  be
impossible.    And   in    all    cases    she
must   be    given,   where   she   shows
equal  efficiency,  the   same   rate   of
payment as man."
SYNOPSIS      OP      C0.4L      MINING
REGULATIONS.
Coal mining rights of the Dominion In ManlfBha, Saskatchewan ani",
l/uberta, the Yukon Territory, the
.Northwest Territories and a portion
of the Province of British Columbia,
•amy 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 muBt be
made by the applicant In person to
the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district In w-nich the rights applied for
are situated.
In surveyed territory the land
lust bo described by sections, or
legal subdivisions of sections, and
In unsurveyed territory tbe tract applied for shall be staked out by tbe
applicant  himself.
Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $5, which will be
refunded if the rights applied for
jare not available, but not otherwise. A reyalty 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
<l«arttity of merchantable coal mined
and pay the royalty thereon, If the
ceal mining rights are not being op-
jerated, 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 min6 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.
NOTICE is hereby given that on
the -'3rd day of March next applica
tion will be made to the Superic
tendent of Provincial Police and to
the Board of License Commissioners for the City of Prince Rupert 'or
permission t-o remove the license for
the sale of liquor by wholesale from
tne premises known as Lots 15 and
16, Block, 32, Section 1, situate it
Frazer Street In the City of Prince
Rupert, to the lands described aa
Lots 19 and 20, Block 23, Section 1,
on Third Avenue In the said City of
Prince Rupert.
DATED  this   20th   day  of   Febrti
ary,  1915.
PRINCE   RUPERT  IMPORTING CO.
LIMITED.
W. H. Marshall, Manager
f21niar22 Applicant.
OP
W. W. CORY,
Deputy Minister of the Interiot
NOTICE   OF   CANCELLATION
RESERVE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the Reserve existing on Detention
Island by reason of a Notice published in the British Columbia Gazette oa
the 30th of May, 1912, is hereby can
elled.
R. A. RENWICK,
Deputy Minister cf Lands
Department of Lands,
Victoria, B.C.,
October  19th, 1914.      02 8
Royal Naval College of Canada.
Skeena   Land   Ujstriet
Queen Charlotte
- District   of
Islands.
TAKE NOTICE thai Thomas l\
O'Farrell, of Vancouver, B.C., Miner,
intends to  apply   foi   ■. mil    '   •   to
prospeel     thi	
lanos for coal and  petroleum:  Coni-
i.i.-a. in.' . . a pot    situ: one 11 i
mile  wes    of  the wesi
..!'  Lol   2453,      lenc.    . oiith    ei  hi -
(80 '    ch: ins,    thenco     wesi
. 801    clu   <    .
(80) i ighty  i 80 i
■ '   □    com
ihe 27th (lay ol    Febi
1915.
THOMAS  P.  O'FAR  ■'■■■" '
ip2,-
ii   queer
thai   had
the   work
done   by
..inrail, lie thought they should go
larefully. If ii were done this way
i lair Wflge clause should be in-
ludcl.
Skeena   Land   District  - -  Dislrict  of
<iu. i a ( bai lol .(■ Islands.
TAKE XOTICE that Thomas I'.
O'Farrell, of Vancouver, B.C., Miner,
intends to apply foi ■ rmli sion lo
prospeel lhe following described
lands for coal nnd petroleum: Com-
mening at a post sii itated one ( I)
mile wesi ol' the south-west coiner
of Loi 2451, ihence south eighty
I Sii) chains, thenee easl eighty (80)
chains, Ihence norlh eighty (80)
cliains, thence west eighty ISO)
cliains lo poinl ..I commencement.
Dated tlie 271 h day of   February,
19 Id.
ap25 THOMAS P. O'FARRELL.
"<   ffiM>v
The next examination for the entry of Naval Cadets, will he held at
the examination centres of the Civil
Service Commission in May, 1915
successful candidates joining tlie col
lege ou or about 1st August. Applications for entry will be received up
to 15th April by the Secretary, Civil
Service Commission, Ottawa, from
Iwhom blank entry forms can now be
obtained.
Candidates for the examination in
.May next must be between the ages
:ot fourteen and sixteen on the 1st
July,  1015.
Further details can be obtained on
application to the undersigned.
O.  J.  DESBARATS,
Deputy Minister of tlie Naval   Service
Department of the Naval Service,
Ottawa, January 8th, 1916
Unauthorized  publication   of   this
advertisement will not be paid for.—
72S5S. -a28
JAMES GILMORE
ARCHITECT
Second Ave. Near McBride  St
HOTEL DIRECTORY
Members  of  the  Prince  Rupoit
Licensed Vintners' Association
WINDSOR    HOTEL
Cor. of First Ave. and Eighth St.
W. H. Wright, Prop.
TIMREH   SALE   X
iiled   lenders   will   be
lllli
received
Aid.   Nlcol   thoughl   the  Govern- ,by the Minis.,',. „r Lands not late,
would   includ.
fair
would
Steel, Iron, Oils, Who Rope, Batata Betting,  It. C.   Wood   Pulleys,
('<.lni.il.inn   Bronze  Propellors, Storage Batteries, Dynamos and
Marino  Accessories.
Kotuaii-H—First-class   equipment and staff for machine anil ship re-
pair*,
P.). J9I 311 TELEPHONE 313
s 8
than noon on the 1Mb day of May.
191".. for the purchase of Licence
\" 406, lo inl 535,0000 feel of
Spruce, Balsam, Red Cedar, Hemlock, on an area covered by Lol
2241, SlTl'th Lagoon, Range 5,
Coast   District.
Two (:■) years will be allowed for
removal  of  timber.
Further particulars of (lie Chief
Foresler,   Victoria,   B.C.
incut  contract
ivnge elan .I,
Mr.  Hull  agreed  thai  th
done.
Aid.   Casey   wanted   to  know   what
the governmenl  would adopt as the
lair   wage..     There      were     several
scales In  force in  Prince Rupert.
Mr.  Hull  said  that the fair wage
scale as now  fixed put tlie rale for
minium  labor at  4."'  cents an  hour.
Aid.   Montgomery     wanted     time
given   to   consider  this.     He  would
11her seo lho day labor system em-
oyed In the  work.    If the government   would   not   do   that,   however,
It might be serious to interrupt the
currying out of tho work.
Tiie   Mayor   favored   the   employing of local   men  at  fair  wages.  He ,  _  , _ -      _       —mmt
(chains, thence south 80 chains,
however thought that if tho gov- thenco west 80 chains to the point
ernment  had  decided   to    do  lt by nt """""" *
contract   there   should   bo   no  hold-.
Ing up of the  work aa it was very
HOTEL  CENTRAL
First Ave. and  Seventh St.
European   und   American   Piun*
$1.00 to $8.50 Per Day
Peler   Black,  Prop.
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Virol     Ave.    Iletween     Eighth
Ninth
European  Plan;   Rates  50c to $
Per Duy
Besner  &   Besner,   Props.
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.tn>
EMPRESS  HOTEL
Y. Rochester V. D. Casiey
Third Ave.  Between  Sixth nnd
Seventh Sts.
European Plan; SOc to   $1 Per Day
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WE   WANT   YOU   TO   KNOW
THESE  HOSE
They stood the test when all
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They are GUARA.XTEED for
fineness, for stylj, for superiority of material and workmanship, absolutely stain! -s.aad to
wear six months without holes
or replaced  by new pairs free.
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to cover shipping charges, we
will send, subject to duty, ab-
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DON'T     DELAY—Offer    expires  when  dealer  ln  your   locality  is    selected.    Hive   color
and  si;:e  desired.
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TOURING CAR
IN THE CITY
Answers all culls day and night
Phone 99
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Coal
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Cleanest, Brightest and Host
Rogers & Albert
Second Avenue
Phone 118
Sk«enn Land District — District of
0 Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that George W.
Kerr, of Priace Rupert, occupation
Prospector, Intends to apply for permission to prospect the following described lands for coal and petroleum:
Commencing at. a post planted 160
chains east and SO chains north of
tho mouth of Weft River, thence
north 80 cliains, thenco east 80
chains,    thence
of commencement.
GBORGH  W.   KURR,     J
Per James V. Redmoad, Agent.
Dated February 19th, ISIS.        apll
ROYAL HOTEL
Corley & Rurgess, Props,
Third  (Ive. and  Sixth  St.
European Plan Steam Heated
BEAVER      WHOLES* LIC     LIQUOR
CO.,   LIMITED
Second Are. and Sixth St.
Phone 102
Sp  '   i—■—'—■ '    > 	
PRINCE RUPERT IMPORTING CO.,
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Praser and Sixth Sto
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