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VOL.   V.
PRINCB  RUPBRT,  B.  C,  SUNDAY,    APRIL  25,  11)1;
Patee   G   Cents.
.NO.   140.
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GEN. FRENCH REPORTS CANADIANS SAVED THE DAY
EARL GREY WIRED CONGRATULATIONS TO BORDEN
SEVERE FIGHT WILL BE LARGE
CANADIAN RAILWAY SITUATION
APITAL
Montreal Financial Times Deals With
A Serious Question That Is Now
Before The Country With Respect
To Railway Investments
Tlie argument was projected in
the lirst of this series of articles
that, because of the rising cost of
living which constantly confront*
them, Canadian railroads are faced
Willi another cause for disriuiot in
the obvious difficulty of making railroad investment sufficiently attractive for capital, says the Montreal
Financial Times of April 10. Thai it
is likely to prove a serious handicap
to the future of the Dominion in
view of the fact Ihat vast areas yet
remain unsettled and untapped by
railroads will possibly not be gainsaid. Existing railroads, moreover,
for the .-a ice of extensions, onie moments nnd other causes, will be required to make, from time to time,
large expenditures on capital account. Under normal conditions it
is not unreasonable to suppose Ihat
existing systems musl necessarily expand with .the country. On the other
CONFERENCE ON
CITY FISH WHARF
MEETING    OK THOSE   INTERESTED     WAS    HELD    IN    CITY
HALT.   YESTERDAY".
Attorney-General    Bowser   Will   Be
Approached   in   Connection
With It.
At  the   City   Hall  yesterday    fore-
f.
noon there was a conference held at
which representatives of various interests connected with the fishing industry as well as members of the
Council and others were present. The
idea was to discuss the proposition
that has been put forward in connection with the proposed city
wharf nt Seal Cove for handling fish
from i lie Independent fishermen that
may come lo the city. Aid. Edge
presided as chairman of the special
committee of the Council that is
charged with this work,
,']. J, Hobin, whose name is so
prominently Identified with the proposal, was present und was asked to
discuss il very fully und thus allow
the Council to ascertain whal were
lhe Ideas of i lie . Hi:..'ii,. upon such
a project.
The vast mnjorlty ol those pres-
enl fn\ ore.I the proposition. I: ■■■ is
. i'    , lal    il"   i'i''    wbarf    induced
in.lei. iiil 'i'   ."     ii I,;, ii io onl.- here
even if Hie i ompani. -; thai  mlgl
operating   here   eventually   secured
the catches that cum.' here it would
serve a   rood  us \
The . osl  .', | at about $26,-
iii.i. k   tho oil    i nglm er, if the objects wore  nil  attained  tiie   money,
,i   ■ Mly fell, would I.," well
expend d,
(l.'iii      ''     lloi row        ' .
ihat  while thi        ■   thai  I
ivas proposed    to   expend   was   n il
(Continued on Page Four.)
hand, the commerce of the country
cannot expand normally without ui-
equate railroad facilities.
Tiie story 'of the combined railroads of the Dominion in tlie past
forty years has been one of steady
growth, as shown by statements of
earnings. The aggregate gross earn
ings of all the systems in the Dominion in I ST.". was $19,470,539".
Last year aggregate gross earnings
amounted to $243,083,539. The ascent from the lower figure to the
higher has not been one of sudden
leaps, but rather a period of steady
growth as that of the infant merging into youth. Between the two
figures half of the romance of the
Dominion could be written.
The Next Forty Tears.
The  conditions  whicli  led  to   the
expansion   of  Canadian   railroads   in
a period  of  forty  years,  as exempli-
(Continued  on   Pare  Two.)
Germans Have Been
Making Fierce Attacks
On French Frontier
Paris, April 24.—An ollici.il statement says:
"The Germans succeeded in capturing a village near Ypres, but a
body of French Zouaves recaptured
the village. The Britisii troops, who
were subjected to u fierce attack,
immediately replied with a counterattack, the result of which is nol
known.
"In Champagne tlie Germans exploded five powerful mines near our
trenches."
Whistling  liuoy Oil'  Hose Spit.
A recent notice to mariners announces that in Dixon Entrance off
Rose Sjit, nnd northeastward of
Overfall Shoal, a gas and whistling
kuoy is to be established. The date
of establishment will be on or about
Junfe 15. The buoy is a steel cylindrical one, surmounted by a pyramidal steel frame supporting the
whistle and   lantern
VilS'i l.l.i.'.WS   BASEBALL.
Northwestern Le   riu
Vani "i . •■ ". '.;  \ ictoria, 7.
Tie oi Ie, 1.
Aberdeen, ,'i; Spol mi . 0; ten innings.
National League,
Boston, 10: Philadelphia, 2.
Cincinnati, 1; Pittsburg, 1; eight
iiiiiiu. s; game was called to catch
trains.
New  York, 5;   Brooklyn, 7.
Chicago, 0;  Rt. Louis, 11.
American League.
Washington-, 0:  New York, -1.
Detroit,  (!;  Cleveland, 0.
St. Louis, 1: Chicago, 4.
Philadelphia, 0; Doston, 3.
Coast   League.
San Francisco, :'; Venice, 9.
Los Angeles, (I; Oakland, 2.
Salt Lake, 7; Portland, 8; 1*. innings.
Took Out  Fish.
Yesterday morning's G. T. P. hain
took live express carloads of halibut
east.
NPERIAL OIL COMPANY'S
IMMENSE DEPOT HERE
The Tanks For Storage Purposes Are
Almost Completed—Pipe Line For
Carriage Of Oil To And From
Wharves Is To Be Placed Overhead—Framework    For   This   Is
Now Nearly Completed
 i
mien      depot that the   li nneo-
perial  I lil  Com) any  I    to
for  the  distribution   of   its    va
products throughout the great territory that is to  be  served  from  here
is    nearing    completion.     The    live
great  tanks thai   will  hold   the  different   kinds  of   oils  that    are    II i
are now almosl  ready.   One of the
will  be  devoted  to  the   storage   of
petroleum;   another  will  bold  disiil-
lalo;   and  a  third   will  be used   for
gasoline.   The two Is    ■ r I ii I     will
1",  sel   : I I ie for  fuel oil, which,  il
expected,  will   be  used   to   a    very
ureal  lex ten I.
Citizens   of    Prince   Ruperl   have
watched    the    construction    of   ' '
tanks here and  are   impressed   with
the immense proportions that tbe oil
IN BATTLE AT LANGEMARCK
Congratulations From Gen. French Bestowed On Soldiers Of The Dominion
—He Says They Deserve The Credit For The Holding Of The Position
-Casualty List Will Be A Heavy One-Reported One Officer Killed
And Thirtv-Two Wounded In The Engagement
London, April 24.—The Canadians
have made a brilliant showing in
the lighting which has taken place
at Langemarck. They have recaptured the guns lost near Ypres yesterday.
The success attending the engagement of tbe Canadians has been followed by their being congratulated
by General French, who said Ihey
saved the day.
Karl Orey lias wired Sir Roberl
Borden offering his congratulations
upon the splendid work of the Canadian troops.
There Ie a heavy Canadian casualty list coming, li is tinders ood one
was killed and thirty-two wounded
among the oliicers alone.
Enemy Advanced.
The Germans at Langemarck    by
using asphyxiating gases which were
driven by the nortli wind over the'
Belgian-French trenches caused the
retirement of a five-mile front, to the
Yser Canal.
Exposed Canadians,
The loss of this pari of our line,
says an official French reporl, laid
bare the lefl of the Canadian division, causing a retirement and *be
loss of lour Canadian 1.7 guna in
ui'ili r to keep in touch villi the
right of the neighboring troops
uliicii retired.
I'liniiiliidis Clinic  Puck.
Some hours later lhe Canadians
made a brilliantly successful advance, recapturing these guns nnd
taking a con ; I r ible number of
German prisoner;'. Including tlte
(loloni 1.
"The Canadian division whicli
is now in the lighting line on the
Continent is regarded among military men in England as the equal of
any Dritisb division under the command  of General  French."
Tlie above statement was mad" a
few days ago iu Ottawa by Lieut.-
Col. Burritl of Winnipeg, who lefl
■' ,ii ; . in command of the 1 11 h in-
i.ini,. Battalion of lhe Fourth Brl
gade.   This brigade did nol l
io be selected by General Aldei'i  m
0 go I    ■ the
ond an.! third  I bei
: reference.
Howe., .. mosl ol tin
of the thirty odd thousand Canadians
who left Valcartier are now at the
front.
Col. llnrrltt says Unit the stay at
Salisbury was mosl tedious, and during i be long wet weeks of discomfort every iiniii had bul one desire,
and thai was lo net to the front. The
order lo entrain was .i mosl wi Icomi
out.  f..r nil  lhe n.en.
Col.  nun-ill     ■,    General  Flugln
i.. held in high i   ■ ■ •      by Ihe Canadians   al   ihe   front,  nnd    thai
would  be I  to 1
upon   i" :'
'...c.     i linl    Gem     '     '   lei oi    ha
a nu '
fl. er
Cl. Burrili  hrnuabi
of Invalided
I.
lioril
ItODEHICK   McLEOD   DHOWNED
<>1")    WHARF AT ANYO.A*
Id  Is    Believed    He   Hlippo I
Striking, He .1  as H
Will'!'.
The inform itlon      uu
here ! ho    Roderi. I ood, a miner,
known to quite h   I
>
yox,   His body v as found ln th.
ay.    Ills
11  '    believed, we oine        c
i: '..ii where 11
■   ad   ,'   i.-i  !.. lit vi :  ;  ■
i" er  a  fill
'   ■
'hi i
a<HS*!»»««rt*ftl«t'«.',- ;■.. ...
Austriaas Repilsed Ia Carpathians
P. troi ■ ad,   April   24.—An i
iMan ',     rians aftei  long pi
H en d a series of nttacl ed   b
Tin e repulsed wit)
". .'iii    the   port.     Pro' Islon   is
i for the loadli into
tank cars for the use i        e G. T, P.
and
for the differenl ,:> ■ i I thai may bo
' , ' ' " fur east as Edmonton at
least.
Tin re I ■ • n  some   speculation
villi   i'   pei     : i   ihe   heavily   framed
overhead   structure   thai    has   been
■;  in   position   this   : ,   l    wei k
from Ihe oil wharf to the locality of
l ii-  tanks.   Thi:  woi ilen    ■   Idgi    i
ntlj  high ... allow the passage
of trains under II   withoul  the least
Interruption.  It Is designed, in  Tact,
to affoid means for carrying tbe oil
! Ipes from I v   wharf withoul In any
way  Interfering  with   the    construc-
(" Con till tied   on   Page   Four.l
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IIEGLMEXTAL (HilUHIS. *
* 08th Regiment, Earl Grey's      *
Own   Ifilles. *
Orders   by   Major .1.  II.  ..Ic- •
Miillin,  Commanding,  April  34, •
>   1015: *
'      Orderly    offli er    for     week, *
"  Lieut,  Van    tier    llvl;    next    for *
"■  duly,     Lieut.     Ileininel.      Com- *
"  muni cat ilia,'    school    for    subal- *
'  terns and  X.  c.  o.'s above  the *
'  rank   of    Corporal   on    Friday, •
'   mull,    at    8:45    p.m.    in     Drill *
Hall. »
Oliicers commanding compan- *
1  les will render to the Adjutant •
'  by Thursday, 29tJ   Inst.,   noml" *
nal rolls of their companies, *
t). c. companies will ascertain *
' and reporl to the Adjutanl bow *
many   men    under   iheir   com- *
man.I are in  pos lession of com- *
le  uniform!.  'i'i.  re] °rl    to *
be   r. nl' rcl   by  Thursdaj.  29th •
Inst. *
O. C   ."...,''..,i.s    will    leiidor *
'   to   tlle    \djlllant   by    Tin,is,lay, •
al   any ■
in. n ig- •
lili... ,        ol  he- *
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Offlce:    128   Third   Avenu.
Mar ■ Itreet. Telephi n    138;
Postofflce Bos 607.
DAILY   EDITION.
Published   every  monilM   ;;
Mon da v.  Delivered  by oarriei   In tne
city at the following rn'.-. if paid in
i
i"    n   ion .    . nm ing   this
loity except  from    lie standpoinl    of I
[pure nnd   sir.
ci   '■■ in     comes    into
.   ,    I aud expends 1 he   Im
in,,   i'l   le    ' X] ending    here
:; \ lew to the immense develop-
j ment of the future it is   an   a
VMMttB     i*tmw    ,i»«LH*.:j.l.
■c^JfF-«r^m(aaagTOga-c^aV^'Mi»i«ayj M—BE
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Prodvet
i &&t3&mtism—&-—&k_®z.'183&e£: ::&&iiWB!M3mw2^~3B$a——m
advance :-
One  Year    5''-00
Six   Months    52-50
Three  Months    SI'2"1
If   not    paid    in    advance,
per Month    SO-30
WEEKLY EDITION.
Published every Friday for circu
lation outside the City of Priuce
Rupert at $2.00 a year, addressed to
points in Canada; or 3U.00 a year to
»1!   points   in the United   Kingdom
anj   ' his  ; orl  is io spring   into- a
si    place among   the   trading
cenl r< :-  of thi   country, and  that almosl   al   once.    The   imperial  Company  is  nol   Interested  indirectly  in
| any ,vej  in seeing this city go ahead.
With   the  Grand Trunk    Pacilic   exes there may be a sentiment-
Introduced  in  some  extent.
Thai  cannot exist in the case of tbe
the   I'nited  States or other   foreign oil Company.    With that concern i
countries.    ,
Advertisinu" llntes Upon Application
8*
Sunday, April 25, 1915.
REQUIRE   ll.VACI'   INFORMATION.
Al the • ■ ■       •   .'■• -
terday in the City Hall in connection with the fishing Industry ll ,vo
made plainly evident thai mere was
a necessity for some more exact information along certain lines pertaining to the Independent fishermen
than is at present known locally.
Tiie proposal that lias been made to
construct a public wharf for the purpose of assisting tlie industry seems
to be favorably received by most of
tbe people that have in view tlie advancing of this as a Iisbing porl. At
the same time it was made evident
that there was some additional informal ion that might well be made
available.' The proposal for a public
wharf along the lines suggested has
been largely the result of careful in-
vestlgationupon tbe ground here by
.11. .1. Hobin. Mr. Hobin is not, we
would infer, seeking any honors in
connection with the project. He
di not e -en ml' am e his opinion as
being worth more than that of others who ha . .1 inio the matter. He has no i sen
would ap; .
the subject
in !   con       to   .       In   v
'elt t.
■
'
requi     nent:
will ' ,
I also by ] erson-
ally intervlewlui icern-
ed brii of this j orl
as a ■ Inl  i" the attention
ii i shermen. A few hundred
' nded migkl resull in
ery di Birable information before anything was done in
the way of expending money on a
wharf. Mr, Hobin mighl make a
very good representative to lake this
up and ili expense .-.hould not be
great. We feel satisfied that were
Mr. Hobin lo undertake such a mission ii" would be ready to modify
his ■'■:,, me If In round thai it was
nece to tl ".   Mr.
is ii . ::.-.' of dollars and cents and
l '.'." of its works al the point
where ii ■. i'l r iap the greatest benefits. This is something that should
instil in the minds of the residents
of this city the greatest faith in the
immediate future.
CANADIAN  RAILWAY
SITUATION    IS    NOT
ATTRACTING   CAPITAL
(Continued  from   Page  One.)
fled in the foregoing figures, have
noi censed to exist. The prospect
seems rather to be that the expansion of agriculture nnd commerce oi
the past forty years in Canada will
be dwarfed by comparison with the
expansion of the next forty years.
A good deal will depend on the
railroads. If agriculture and commerce expand, as undoubtedly they
will, it seeins reasonable to suppose
that the railroads will expand also.
Expansion of railroad systems will
necessitate tbe raising of additional
capital, lt has been shown in a previous article that while gross earnings have increased the ratio of operating exj . "• to gross earnings
lias increased out of all proportion.
The bulk of the receipts of Cam
[railroads  is  from   the   ca
ight. Oul  oi"       13,083,51 .. i
ings    from
nted    io    $165,753,730,
■
operati
■
Iti mil
Dominion   Rail   ...    • : . ion    for
" freig'hl
certain dir i
Check to Increasing Cost.
With the'increased revenue from
freight earnings, should the petition be granted, ii is hoped that the
advancing ratio of operating expenses to gross earnings may bo
checked, in the Interests of tbe future of Canadian railroads it,is not
only desirable, but imperative thai
(his Increasing cost ratio be checked,
for the simple reason that railroad
investment cannol now compete In
the open market with othei less reforms of security, 11 is a
:.'   common  know led :e    thai
maMM> »*n
Te,t ndf nl f*»>n«-: Ho. 1)9 in
,'< III 0*011'        tfl       &B        laif*-' i>-i»-        tKaSWM-
'ion*!—, fa uta'1 of aaKUiiiKietn're in
thm»l»».   art   fcJKeHMi'l   >*'   Refit,    or
"»»*•(•    a-iaa*H.      ttxW '    iStttfie-nC-e     **'.
so .-attentat #i*»et. ltaaim»*a«turers to the
use ed "BtSeriei- ctheaHiiaals and processes. *»r is Who deiilear allowed to
reduce i.ho retail price under penalty
ot   hai-wig   his    supply   terminated.
A POWERFUL -mVEKT FOR
_ CLOGGED UP MAIN PIPES
•"JO" destroys accumulations if Iin*,   paper,   cloths,   hair,   slime,
grease, vegetables, soap, fruit and i*uy others.   It is harmless to
lines piUMMHga
DON'T ARGUE DON'T   I'lT   OFF TEST   IT
This [(reparation has been so generally successful in clearing
drains that it is bought over and over again by tunse who have
t Hated it, but Inasmuch as no on eaji know the actual condition existing within a pipe, it is .ibsutiteJy Impossible for tbe manufacturer or the dealer to guarantee the result.
C-BEffiCAL PRODUCTS CO., NEW YORK
r.a     imi
Steamship Sailings
FOR VANCOUVER
S.S. Prince Rupert every Friday at 9 A.M.
S.S. Prince John every Sunday at 7.30 P.M.
For Massett—S. S. Priuce ..'iin every second Saturday at 10   p.m.
commencing April 17.
For Xaas River points—S. S.    l'ince John every second Saturday 10
p.m., commencing April 24.
For Anyox—S. S.  Prince George  every  Wednesday  at  midnight.
:*ai$ SALE I1Y
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FOE!   THH   BEST   IN   I'W3**(iNG   AND    SKATING    RHONE
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Passenger train carrying eleclric lighted sleeper and parlor cafe
car lunves for the east on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 1.0
a.m. .;'■.'   ..
Through tourist sleeping car to St. P.nul every Wednesday.
For through ti. kefs, reservations and full information apply to
G. T. P. Ticket Office/ Third Aye.) Ajtenoy all Atlantic Steamship  Lines.
.wiiaaMitMBiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiii 11 I'l 1 *aa---a";.*.'5r.~-x--y^
Coal, Cement, Piaster and Brick
AND A COMPLETE LIKE Of BBILDERS' SUPPLIES
First Avenue       Prince Rupert       Telephone 186   |
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Prinee Rupert Lumber Co.
FIRST AVE. AND Mrlll.lRE ST. I'RINGE RUBER
Phone 25 Branch Yard al Smithers, B.C.
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Dated :.'  Prim    Rup.   .. B. C,
17th  day of March,  1915. |
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PRINCESS MAY
SOUTHBOUND, 8 P.M. SUNDAY
PRINCESS MAQUINNA,
SOUTHBOUND, MONDAY 8 P.M.
3. G, McNAB, General Agent, corner Third Ave.   und   fourth   St.
00 Wtt*««W<HKHWO<l*^^
THE UNION ST5AMSHIP 00, OF B.C. LTD*
S.S, VENTURE
Southbound Tuesdays at 8 p.m.
| Sailings for Granby, Simpson and the Naas ij
| Sundays at Midnight
' yJ      For further particulars i-pply to
5   JOHN   BARNSLEV,  AGENT        ::        68-1 Second Ave., Phone 508
Agency  Atlantic    Steams'
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Total   Assets   	
ESTABLISHED   1800
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. .$185,000,000
Sarings Bank Department—.-?t iiill open an account
Branches   Throughout   Canada mid Banking Oqnnectlons With All
Parts ot the T'niteil States. Agents Thronjiioni; the World.
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ALAP.ASTINE   SAJVIaTAaBY   WAi/L  COATING
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MAHTIN-SBNOMR  100  PER (%•&. PXBBt PAIN'j'
PAINT  BRUSHES,  LAWN  MOWERS  AUTO OiiAaS SHEARS
CARPET    BEAatBRS,   GAOBAGE  PAILS
WINDOW   SCReitSFSS, SCREEN DOORS
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W. J. CRAWFORD, Manager
| PHONE 566
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Offlce aud Residence:    5
1000 THIRD AVE.    &
The Morning Jouri
50 cents per Month :' ■' . - .-■■'•■   !■••  "' "  ■"..'■ "   ■ "':',;*.-:
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to market new securities they are
uoahle to do so except at suhstanti-
ally higher interest rates.
' This condition does not apply to
Canadian railroads alone. Tho great
carrying roads of the Eastern States
have felt tlie situation acutely of
late years anil the outcome was just
such a petition to the Interstate
Commission, the counterpart of the
Dominion Railway Commission, as
Canadian railroads are now presenting^ tlie latter body. The American petition, it might he remarked
in passing, was granted.
The (aot is, railroads have been
forced of recent years to meet competition in the investment markets
from many sources; from Government issues, public utility issues and
industrial issues. The brief on' behalf of the Eastern roads of the
United States, prepared by eminent
counsel, contained many truthful
and logical deductions on the subject
of railroad investments which are
entirely applicable lo conditions as
they exist in Canada today.
Increasing Load  of    Fixed  Charges..
Investors have noi ml with concern,
it was pointed out, the constantly
increasing proportion of outstanding
capital obligations represented by
bond issues and short-term notes,
as compared with the decreasing
proportion of capital stock, ln other
words, he relative increase of creditors and decreases in the number nf
partners Is due to the failure of additional capital Invested in recent
years to earn an adequate return.
Few of the railroads are able to issue prior lien obligations and their
existing mortgages have been closed
and cover not only their original
railroads and other property, but
also that subseuuenlyt acquired.
They are compelled therefore to issue junior securities which are only
marketed at lower prices and a corresponding higher interest basis.
Under these conditions, ii  is urged, a  railroad  which  cannot adjust
rati s to    . !( I   rlsin . c.     - and thereby suffei  .. loss in relal, e n< I earnings  is  doubly  , ii Bt    ii
musl   pa;     nor    on  accounl    of tb
gen.     :          ....
of eai Ital, and,     conil
fer throuf . its 1
good     lecuri form, rly    or   to
maintain margin of pi oS
enou ■ . offset 1 lie ange In char-
act, i- ol ... ■ .-iiiit.-■ offered. Both
factors in. 11 ase the cost of production and in most entei pi i.e.- arc mel
wiih an increase In the selling pi^ie
of the product—a solution to the difficulty not permitted to Canadian
railroads.
Purchasing Power of the Dollar.
What may be the underlying causes of the decrease in tlie value of
money il is not proposed lo discuss
here at length. To die enormous increase in the production of gold, to
the expansion of bank credits, to the
drift of population to the cities or
lo any combinations of these and
other diverse agencies, writers on
economics are accustomed to attribute the decline in the purcll
power of the dollar. Bul w i
bell.",.    ■   ;    h      ■ ti
accepted   facl   thai   mon
or ased   in   value   as    mea       d   b;
whal   ll   will  buy.  Labor,  il   hi
read; " •
rail!'" an    it   did
formerly.  Capital  requires  ..  hi
rate of interesl   lian   .     ,   ■   .
satisfactory but   a  i. 	
Fare to face with a combination of
circumstances of this nature railroads naturally seek to bring about
a re-adjustment. The int....In.'lion of
efficiency methods—the getting for a
dollar all that can be got for that
dollar—lias helped, to a certain extent, to ameliorate conditions, but
has been found to fall a long way
abort of offsetting the increi
cost ratio.
The Only Solution.
Tiie most natural solution, the
most   logical  solution  and  the solu-
SaBBMal
ed is the  increasing of the
the only commodity most   railroads
have to sell, viz., transportation.
To   put    the
I'i! M-'taJK     litJijUJl-lT
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"TMESST*!"'
Sunday, April
in in.
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put the situation concisely,
Canadian railroads at the present
time must pay more for the use of
capital, musl pay more for the use
of labor, must pay more for the material used in the maintenance of an
efficient railroad system, but must
not charge more than they did yean
ago for performing the same amount
of service.
price of|Skeena, Land District. — District of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE thai . Harry Mc-
M.iiiii. of Victoria, I!. C, occupation
Carpenter, Intends to apply for permission to prospeel the following described lands for conl and petroleum,: Commencing at a posi: planted
100 chains wesi and 80 chains north
of.the north-east corner of Skelu Inlet, thence SO chains west, thence
so cliains soutli, thence 80 chains
. asl tl ence 80 chains north to the
point of commencement.
HARRY  McMANN.
Dated Ffebruary 23fd, 1915.      ap22
Skeena  Land  Di I. i  of
1' ■' .   '..nds.
TAKE   NO' ,ii    M»-
Kenzie  Bun ess,  ol     ic oi ia     B.  ('.,
occupation  i. to appl:
for   >.«.'"   i spect   the   foi
lowing desci .   coal and
petroleum:    Conn I   a  posl
lanted asl of Por
ter Island . an isl: nd In , h   enl ran. i
of  Rene: ' id), tl ence easl    50
cliains,     thei outb       0     chains,
thence wei I  !     chaii     tin dee nortli
80 cliains to , . omnience-
ment.
ROBERT   .".■:  ENZ1E   '•:<-■:    E
Per J.  '-.'.'. Connell, Agent.
Dated  February  24th,  1915.      ap22
Failing the privilege of an Increase
in rales what is tlie alternative?
There would seem to be Inn one answer and i bat -decreased efficiency.
And 'decreased efficiency
road systems is the one thing that
Canada cannot afford In these her
growing limes. One of the most serious calamities that could overtake
Canada is tbat mf crop failure. A far
more serious one, however-, than
even crop failure, would be that of
a, cripplediMransportation  syst. in.
Reference was niade above to the
brief prepared by counsel acting for
the railroads of the Eastern Stati .-
in tlieir application to the Interstal
Commerce Commission for an increase in freight rates, and ive would
District  of
Qi   en Charlotte Islands.
TAKE  NOTICE   thai   Roberl    Mc-
Kenzle  Burgess, ef   Victoria,  B,  (
Skeena   Laud   Districl   —    Distriet' of j —
Queen Charlotte Islands. |skeena  Land  Dl ti
TAKE N'OTICK that Harry Mc-
Mann. of Victoria, B. C, occupation
Carpenter, intends to apply for permission te nrns.'ect tlle following
described lands for coal and petroleum: Commencing at a post planted
HO chains wesi of Ibe south-east eor-
in the rail-lner of Skelu Inlet, tbence west SO
chains, thence south SO cliains.
tlience easl 80 cliains. tbence north
SO cliains to the point nf com mencement.
HARRY   McMANN.
Dated February 23rd, 1915.        ■.-:".'
Ua   Land   Di Di
1  (        lotto   Islands.
TAKE  ''• ITICE  thai    ' ■:,.   \\
Connell,  of  Victor! i,   B.  '.'..  o ;cupa-
11 ...   Bi oker,   inten       to a   ily    for
bed la Ei      i oal  and   pi 11 el-
■   ■   ■   .', mm. iost planted
200   chains  noi th   of  th
I (Port ■' lannel), to
the soul h-wei corner of Noi tli Co
i Athlow Baj '. thenci 80 chai . ■
. thence v 0 ■ hi ins north, i' en e
80 i hail si ;. ' lien e SO chains
south to the i oint of < ommi u e-
menl.
JOHN   '   E   ' EY   ' ONNELL.
Dated February 23rd, 1915.        np22
ri
Ski ena   Land   i '.strict - -  Districl
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
TAKE  NOTICE thai  John   W< sli
of
occupation Barber, inlends   to apply'Connell, of Victoria,  B.   C, occupa
Skeena Land Districl — District of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE XOTICE that Harrv Mc-
"lann. of Victoria, P. C, occupation
Carpenter, Intends to an^lv for permission fo prosnecl the follnv.ing de-
scribed innds for coal i""1 netrol-
,i...ii- Commencing at a nosl planted
on   I lie   norlli   side   of   Hippo   Island.
for permission to prospect the foi
lowing .!. scribed lands for coal and
petroleum: Commencing at a post
planted 80 chains south of the point
of tlie First Island in Rennals .Sound,
thence west 80 cliains. ihence north
SO chams, thence east SO chains,
thence south 80 chains to the point
of commencement.'
RQBERT   McKENZlE  BURGESS,
Per .1. W. Connell, A vent.
Dated February 21th,  1915.      ap22
Skeena   Land   Districl  -   ■  District of
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Roberl Dow-swell,  of   VI     iria.   B.   (*.,   occupation
Hotel'.:,   ■ cr.   Intends   to   apply    for
j permission  to prospect  Hie following
dd3cribed  lands  for coal  and   i etrol'
leum: Commending af a post planted
Hon Broker, inlends to apply for
permission to prospect the following
desi ribed lands for coal and pi troleum: Commencing al i post planted
200 ebains north of the centre of
fr. emen's Island I Porl Chanm : I,
and easl 80 chains, thence 80 .hains
north, thence 80 'hains .'as., then, e
80 .hains south, thence 80 chains
west to the point, of commencement,
JOHN WESLEY I ONNELL.
Dated  February  23rd,  1915.      np22
at  fl'e  soul'.-""--1   corner  of n   small   ,
bay,  thence 80 chains west  1 follow-.1" ■"'' !C n10"11' "r (:"»
;ing the shore line of Hlpno Island),
jlbenee  south  SO  chains,  tlience  east!
80 chains, thenee north  SO chains to
again refer to the document  in   the [the point of commencement
following comment  which applies us
well  to Canadian   railroads   at   the
HARRY McMAN?
Dated  February 23rd, 1915.      ap
present time as it did to the Eastern
roads in 1874.
"If the railroads," said counsel,
"are nol allowed lo charge such
rates for their services as will produce a proper return on the money
invested  then  bow  long   will   those
Skeena Land District — "District of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE Hint llan-v Mc-
Mann, of Victoria. B. C, occupation
Carpenter, inlends to annlv for permission to prosnecl the following described lands for eoal and petroleum: Commencing at a post planted
at the mouth of the Andrews River
where it enters Victory Bay, at the
north end of Seal Tnlef, tbence west
nell River in Burgess Pay, Port
Channel, thence SO cliains south,
tlience SO chaini wesi, thence so
chains nonfe, thence SO chains east
to the point of commencement.
ROBERT  DOWSWELL.
Per .1.  W. Connell, Agenl.
Dated February 23rd, 1915.        ap22
Skeena   Land  Distrii I District of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE thai Harry Mc-
Mann, of Victoria, B. ('.., occupation
(Carpenter, intends to ;•: ply for per-
ii,is. Ion to pros] act the following
described lands for coal and petroleum: Commencing at a posl planti d
100 cliains west'and SO chains north
of the east corner of Skelu Inlet,
tbence 80. chains west, thence v;|
chains north, tlience SO cliains east,
tbence 80 chains south to the point
of commencement.
ii \HRV   M.MAXX.
Dated February 23rd, 1915.        ap22
iiiem mmt m
Kuuhit-x   Ins
aahjla
I  and
Repairs
O.vy-Aoetylenc   Plant   in   Con
Phone Bed  156 Third
i. H. MILBIICM
Contractor end Builder
Estimates given on all classes ol
work, whether small or large. Per.
soinil attention given to every item.
PHONE GREEN 32]
FREDERICK  PETERS,   K.C
Barrister, Solicitor and Notary  I'ubllJ
Oflice  in
EXCHANGE  BLOCK
DR. GILROY, DENTIST
Crown  and  Bridge  Work  a
Specialty
Oilice:  Smith   Block,   Third   Avenue
A. FAULDS, M.I. M.E.
Consul!ii g 'lining Engineer
Examinations   and   development    ot
Coal, Metal, Oil. Etc.
709 Dunsmuii  St.      Vancouver, B.C.
responsible  for  tlie  management   of sn  chains,   thence  nortli    so   chains,
these properties be justified in con-
tinning large expenditures of new
capital for additional facilities and
equipment even If such capital were
available at reasonable rates of interest? Have they not a duty to per-
thence east SO chain's, tbence south
SO chains to the point of commencement.
HARRY McMANN.
-..Dated February 24th, 191!5.     ap22
of
"-keena   Land   Districl   —  Dislrict
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKH   NOTICE   thai    Harry    Mc-
rorm  to their shareholders   and   to Mann, of Victoria, P. C, occupation
those  whom  they  have   induced   to Carpenter, inlends to apply for per
pur. base their sei u'rities it hich musj
Skeena Land  District — District  of
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
TAKK     NOTICE     that-    Stewart
Graham Campbell, of Victoria. B. ('.,
occupation   Real JEstate   Agent,   intends   to   apply   for   permission   to
prospect     the     following     described
lands for coal and petroleum:  Commencing at a post planted len yards
soulh of the mouth of Connell River
in     Burgess    Pay,     Port    Channel,
thence   80   cliains    east,    thonce    SO j
chains south, thence SO chains west,!
thenc*  SO chains  north  to the point|
of commencement.
STEWART   GRAHAM   CAMPBELL.
Per .1.  W. Connell, Agent.
Dated February 23rd, 1916.        ap22|
Skeena   Land   District  —  District  of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKK  NOTICE  that    Robert    Mc-
Kenvie   Burgess, or  Victoria,  II.  C,
occupation   Barber,  intends to apply
for permission' to  prospect the    following  described  lands  for coal  and
petroleum:    Commencing  at   a  post IP
planted  80  chains south of the east P.O. Box 1714
point   of the First  Island  in  Rennals
Sound,     tbence    south     So     chains,
thence west SO chains, thence north
SO cliains, thence east  80 chains  to
the point of commencement.
ROBERT   McKENZlE   BURGESS.
Per .1. W. Connell, Agent.
Dated February 24th, 1915.        ap22
Ui
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Mussage,   Manicuring,   Scalp   Treatment, Electric Treatments, Etc.
Mrs.   X. L.  Bnndaayde, Prop.
211 Third St, PRINOE IttTERI
Skeena  Land  District — District
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
lAKE NOTICE that Albert HenrylKenzie  Burgess, of Victoria
Skeena   Land  District
Queen Charlotte  Islands.
TAKH   NOTICE    thai   Roberl
B
Telephone 44S
RITCHIE,   AGNEW  &   CO.
Civil Engineers and Surveyors
Prince  Rupert,  B.C.
Waterworks,   Wnter    Power,    Wbarf
Construction, Reports, Plans, Domin-
f   on  and  Provincial  Land   Surveying,
''.!'-
c,
described   lands  for coal  and  petrol- tibri   Den:.   In to    apply    [or
be considered as well as iheir desire|eum:  Commencing at a posl  planted permission to prospeel  the f. Ilowing
!at the  south  end  of  Andrews   River     '   cribed '  coal  and  petrol-
li  re  ■'  enters Victory  Bay, a(  the eum:  Commencing ,        pi nted
north   end   of  Seal   Inlet,   *'   h.      SO   ''"'  chains wepl  and  10 cliains
hail tl    ice 80  chains n   'Hi., of  th.     . -orner   of
tli   - 'cs   west,    thence    80 Channel,   thence
;        outb   to  the   • oinl    of  .■•   i-        nc i thence
.... Ins,  thence north  80   i hain   thei
to furnish better and additional
transportation fa i'llti. i foi ti e in i
of the ; ■ b w long can  I   i .
' tin        ...  j. ". ardizt!
ckhol.
itments of
Indm    I to    ■ ■. their
b.i   Im : itional   liv
ed or dividend cbi r ,■ ... h
co , Im ■.'       ol    expendl   ...■.-     I  :
for  perm! ision   to     ro     et the    foi
lowing  described   Ian..: and
petroleum:    Com  i    cing  at   a
planted SO i bains n asl of th.
• as'   corner  of' Maria   Baj,    ii.    tl
eoi
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electric Blue Printing, Negatives and
White  Prints
'      ."   M. M INN.
Dat. ■ li.  11)15
'
irlotte  ' ' ■'"'
."'#'.■■"
, Victoria, B. C, .
. Inl ■  '
roi ,ii  to  be    it!!!, mum ral •       ulssio owing de-'  ,
scribe I   land i   for  coal    . nd    petrol- La,
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TAKE
.     '     :      "
Panic Blue  is;i Per.  Phono ::H3
UNDSAT Sl GABTAGE a STORAGl
3.  T.   P.  I
120      '
!LE POT COAL
It boi;.;,
promi
Pl
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'Parifiaf- Cirtitfp -
in the past and that, in the
ment of ihe managers, will continue io be unproductive in tbe future, unless freight rates are advanced? Will not the time soon come
when If conditions are not changed,
those in charge of the companies
cannol in good conscience and consistently with the trusts: with which
they are charged, continue longi r ...
pursue such a -policy? It Is cf greal
importance, not only to the railroads, but to file business world
generally, that the railroads should
prosper, and they cannot prosper
permanently if they are forced from
lime to lime first to reduce and Anally to suspend dividends."
eum:   Commencing at a po
at,  lhe   mouth    of   Andrews    River,
where it enters  Victory  Bay, at the
nortli end of Seal Inlet, thenc-'' Sii
' hams south, thence 80 cb ins west.
thence :-" chains horth, thence SO
chains east to tlie point of commencement.
HARRY   M.MAXX.
!)■ "  February 24th, 1915,     ap22
!   ■        Land.Distri District i
I!
.   "an..     !'.
•11, of Van Miner,
nils to a]
'      '
roloui
.   01
I
if Lol
.
nortl
;   ■ eighty     (80)
I . poinl of comm
;.,...    . .
THOMAS P. O'FARRELI
Skeena. Land Districl - ';:- I rid of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE thai Harry Mc-
Mann. of Victoria, R. C, occupation
Carpenter, intends to apply for permission to prospect the following
descril..',1 lands for coal and Detrol-
eiim: Commencing al a post planted
at the -mouth of Andrews River,
where it enters Victory Pay, at Ibe
norlh end i f Seal In lel tl ence 80
cliains ea it, tl ence I 0 chains south,
thence' 80 cliains wcs:. thence so
chains north to the poinl of com-!
mencement.
il VRRY   McMA? N
'ebruai       Ith, 11U5.
ipply  Fi
Ion to prospeel 'ollowl
Ibed   lands   for   co ,1
cum:   :'.,:',
•10   chains   north   of   the    inoul
Steele  Creek,   when    i    enters   Port
Is, thenc    i asl   ' ■' chains, I!
s. nth   80    cliains,    thence    wesi      0
chains,   t! en e   noi tb   80   chains   to
the point uf commence: oi
HARRY   YIcMAaVN.
'   ■ J. W. Connell, Agent,
Dat. .1 t* ' i ,  ...   22nd, 1915.       ap20
Ion  Barber, to i
:'.,.'      rmisslon  to
low Ing .       ■ lai id
petroleum mi pos
planted 80 chains of I In      ul li
corner  of .\ y,   in    th.
th-e:        ornel   o    R lound,
tlience west  v cl ains   thence
30   chain easl     80    chains,
th. di e  ii"' I ii   SO chain     a  'V'    oinl
of comnienc. ment.
:     '  KENJ.IE   BUM IB
! er .:. W.  Conn. 11,
Daied February 24th, 1915.  ap22
Ski ■ na   Land  Disti        - Disirici  of
■a  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE NOTICE thai Thomas P.
i'l'.',. •'. ol Vancouver, B.C., Miner,
iply for permission lo
■prospeel the following describi I
lands for .oal and petroleum: Commencing at a posl situated one Cl)
mile west of the south-west corner
of  Lot  2451,   thence   si i
i sii) chains, • thence wesi eighty
(SO) chains, tbence norlh eightj
(SO) chains, tlience east eighty (80)
chains to  point of commencement.
Dated  the -7th day of   February,
i9io!
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ehaii
chai
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lb   In
ap25       THO.M \S P. 0
Skeena Land District — Districl ol
■ !u n Charlotte islands.
TAKE NOTICE that ("ebrge Palmer Might, of Seattle, Wash. ... ci-
palion Broker, Intends to apply for
permission to prospect the following
described lands for eoal and petroleum: Commencing at a post planted
ten ci;,.;..- ■■ . of the sou I .asl
corner ol n's   Island, In    L. «I
liar!"     th. - lain . I  ei   e
1 ': ....
chains,   then.      iouI '    80    chain
oinl
11
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The Queen Charlotte
Oil Fields Liirited
Ofllrc will open today in Daw-Butler
Building for salt- of n limited
amount of   Tronsory Stock
GEO. I".   MACDONAI/D,   Bec-Treail
HAYNER EROS
Pioneer Fnnerol  Directors and
in.: '.In., is,     i ipen    ilij-    nnd
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TAKI
O'Farrell
inti nds   to   apply   'or
■ "". peel     the ' followli
I.:;,:..■  for " .al and pel ri le  m:   Commencing al  ..  i osl  sltuat.
: i
of  Lot    2451,   tbence
. sn i chain     thence .
thenc.
chains,    them i     ivesl    eightj
chains to polnl of . oi rate
Dated  the  27tli day of   F.
1915
'
J. S.  Pearoe, Mann;
Skeena I Ustri
lotte 1
tl •
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Isslon to
Is   for   ci al   am
In
0 chi Ins east of tl
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north, them
thence  SO  cl     i      outh,  thenc
. hains   wesi   . o    :.■   \ oinl    of   com-
mi ncement.
LORENZO    ILEX'N' R I
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from the above fund, resident In the
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M.M.S.A.
.Musters and Mules prepared
for I'v.t.iiiiintinii. Compass adjuster.
Phone Ked "io-i
"NAVTK*ATi    ACADEJiIY"
Ilelgerson Block, opposite
'    Royal   Hotel
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For Rent
TENDERS WANTED.
Wooden   Steamer  for    Fisheries
Pati >'l Work in . Waters
ol   Hi- liiinliia.
I ers' a ed   for   a six
'chai '■, '■  'ii Steamer
nol   le:     than  SI       ■     long,  17   I
■ : ' ■ -    ' odation for
two officials in addition to crew.
nsl   b.   in  in st-i li   •  re-
:■,,.   sul I ct   to   inspection   by
Boiler and  Hull  Im   i c ors.
Cfew    and    maintenance    w i'l 1   lie
of Naval
Service, but all tools required in en-
rooni must be provided by owner of steamer.
:-':   e :. ■ <!    not less    than   0
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 tattler not necessarily accepted.
Time for receiving tenders will
close at (1 p.m. on Friday, April SO,
1815.
Envelopes    marked   "Tenders    for
Steamer"  to be addressed
F. ll. Cunningham,
Chief   Inspector  of   Fisheries,
&B22-25 New  Westminster, B. G.
Corporation   of (in- City   of   Prince
Rupert, 11. C.
REASONABLE    BATES
TIIE
Contfiental Trust
Company
o-e-ottiii-aiotSiHKiCHKimi-eHj o whhhs
The Morning Journal
50c. per month
CLEANI.NG-rP WEEK.
The all enl ion of the Citizens is
called to the CLEANINO-UP WEEK,
which has been fixed for week commencing April 26th and ending May
1st. 1915, and their 1.early co-operation is requested. Pile all refuse,
Iin cans, etc, so as Ic be easily accessible by tiie 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 Prince Rupert, B. C.
WOODWORTH    HYDRO-ELECTRIC
SCHEME—ERECTION    OE
COTTAGE.
,     Sealed tenders will be received  by
•q E. A. Woods, City Clerk, Priuce Rupert,  li.  C,  up till  .*.  p.m.,  Monday,
.May  :.,   1915,  I'or tlie erection  of a
roiir-rooin cottage at Slinwatlans.
Plans may be seen anil specifications obtained at the City Engineer's  Oilice,  City  Hall.
The lowesl or any lender not necessarily accepted.
W.  McGEORGE MASON,
2tap25 City Engineer.
For the next two hundred years
the British Empire and tbe Russian
Empire will be the two greatest
powers in the world, writes Hamilton File in il"' London Dally Mail.
They must malic- up their minds to
hat" done w it It bickering, to be sen-
lb   , to i"  fi lendi.
Looking b. n I        lurl of
i .'a.   .  i       ■ this
HI ,:
Germany lor : Twentieth Century.
Each century In modern limes lias
been   Ion: powei    The
sixteei Spain' i ury,   the
Holland's.      The   oigh-
teenth 1 ance, ..nd Hie
ulnet.   nl Ingland.  Now  it was
clear, as tbe ninetet nth century drew
to its close that England alone could
nol hope for another term of sti-
i'.c: England bad broughl
into lieiiig' im Empire, world-wide,
Immense in population and in
Health. It seemed thai I lie sceptre
— not . ' actual rule, ol course, nol
of physical or material domination,
but of influence by character<-«-
niiglit pass from the Mather to the
children.
GOVERNS!HN'T   WI'ATHER
REPORT.
Furnished hy V. W. Howling.
April  24.
Bar. reduced lo sea level. ... 29.971
Highest  temperature 4 9
Lowest temperature 40
property. Some see that the chief
development of Russia's natural
wealth must be in tlie soulh, and believe that destiny is forcing her towards lho Golden Horn. Most want
it because they have been taught
ihat Christ is dishonored by the
worship of Islam in Hie Cathedral
of St. Sophia.
Well, what are we going to do
about it? Keep up our old policy of
suspicion? Attempl lo deny Russia
that for which she ardently longs?
I'.leal in the accents of the eighties
aboul the highroad to India? Or
with frank and friendly agreement
tall our ally, "We shall nol sia.id in
your v. ay?" ir we do nol there Is
trouble ahead for everybody. I
should nol be doing my duty if 1
did not say thai Russians are watching very closely for Signs of England's temper in this matter of Constantinople  and   the  Dardanelles.
IMPERIATa 1)11, COMPANY'S
IMMK.N.Sl,   DEPOT  HERE
Coal nalntog rlghtis of the Domln-.,
ion hi MSftflfo*" a, -Saskatchewan an*
a-JJhenta, tbe Yukon Territory, tttaf"
Noi" th west Territories and a portion;
of the PaKwtote of Brit'is'h Columbia,,
ufay be leased for a term of twenty-one jtsara at an annual rem** of
H per tt—S). Hot more than 2^*50,.
Maes, vm be leased to one applicant
ApjUldlitionK  (Or  a  leaso must *he) ttote 19 and 20, Block tt, OBHtmoo 1
• Continued from Page   One.)
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RUPERT MARINE IR0PT-703KS AND
SUPPLY CO., LIMIT'D
WATERFRONT,   PRINCE   RUPERT
r-   ilNEI'JIS,     MACHINISTS    AND  MACHINERY  OONTIUOfO«S
Spooliillut* in Murine Poiviw Plnnls, Oil, Slisun, or Gasoline,
II, . . C'>.-i»!    l-.eiiis   ror   Hie Kcili-ii  Iw-iiiili.niI  Kcnti-Diesol nil   Bn-
■•-'  Ill nd Clll,     ,: III     I')'      ,'lle.ipcfft
pouci   fo    II ' ',,.... nd i ■ ■       --■■ ■!>-.
Ini'd   ', ..   I   i ■■.'.' Piii'Ih in slock.
!r
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«|, Iron, ('.Wood   Pulleys, I
11 i'i
".luiiiie Aoaww.',
RufH ■'    ,, '        ■  for iii.icl.,  ■■ . nd  ihi)
pairs.
P.O. 516 313
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Germany alone disputed tliis order
of succession. Thai is why the world
is at war today. But Germany cannot conquer the British Empire; she
Is breaking her nails against a rock.
Therefore to that empire will belong
tlle Twentieth Century, and to Russia when she has awakened the intelligence of her peasant millions
and developed her resources, will
surely belong the twenty-first. Lot
us both recognize Ibis and live at
peace.
We have in truth, more in common with Russians than with any
oilier nation. We are, for instance,
obstinate and inconsistent; so are
ihey. If we taunt them with sticking to tlieir old calendar, whicli is
thirteen days behind everyone else's,
they can point In replj to our pigheaded .'ind far more inconvenient
retention of peculiar measure of
money and weight and length, in
place of the decimal system used by
everyone else. When we complain
that their alphabet has thirty-six letters in it their retort is: "it enables
us to spell as we pronounce, whereas your spelling and pronunciation
are not related at all!" Englishmen
who are rash enough to pity Rtts-
seinns because they "lack political
freedom" arc reminded that there is
no Mrs. Grundy in Russia to check
.personal freedom with a far more
galling bond.
No Russian who knows the world
denies that bis country is behind the
other greal powers both in the common level of Intelligence and In mechanical conveniences, This has advantages, however. II Is annoying
thai Petrograd should be so badly
paved, thai laundrl. make n
practice of  keepin i     hlng"
.    Hire I ' ii   of on , I hai
the:     hould I    no regularil y In the
oi h. r service, whether privi      or    late. But I In   e an
trifles'in I scheme of life.
ii ic i dr ■■■   :: li   we   el 'he
'- nerves, few ell les,
in. rush from the land, no Industrial
weakening of tin
bn 1 I'lll eel;
. against   tl
Id. r ' ,. ik.
i '
' Ir   effect,   as   . ell
ipon :
te
.
becau '      ! ■   i'i.
,;>   ■ "   .
to the
"
tion of tracks in the yards beneath,
At first the intention of the company was lo have the pipe lines
placed underground from the wharf
to the storage quarters. Before the
work was well slarted a change in
the plans was made. II was felt
that should anything go wrong with
the pipes after the tracks were all in
place (here might be interference
wiih the railway's plans while the
work was being repaired. A change
was then decided upon and the underground route was abandoned.     .
Tbe new arrangement lends itself
to ready repairs at any lime that
Ibe joints may give. The inspection
of tlie line al all limes is made
simple also.
The intention of the company
when the work is done is to serve
the whole northern coast, as well as
Alaska and the Yukon, from here.
Along the line of the O. T. P. as far
east as Edmonton at least, the whole
country will be served from Iliis depot. Prince Rupert becomes at once
one of the most important centres
in the oil trade with the completion
of the works here in tbe next few-
weeks.
CONFERENCE OX TIIE
CITY  PISH   WHARF
(Continued  trom  Pago One.)
largo yet be held the opinion that
the Government Wharf as it stood
might be used in the meantime for
the fishing industry. Ile thought
that the Governmenl should he approached on Iliis, and as W. .1.
Bowser, who was deeply Interested
In linking (his porl an Importanl
.'im us f... as the ,|: hing trade was
concerned, wa to rl ii the city this
coming week I.., should be approached in the matter,
i
',. .!" ludins  G,   W,   Nlcker-
Bon, f. It Ihat  Hie Governmenl would
n." i'.' Inclined to diverl tii" business
.-:' that  wbarf from  what  It was at
pr.  "in  i" thai of a lish wh, pf    ■   e
: d    Imple,    ll" favored ihe scheme
thai  had  '."ii  "ui   rorward hy   Mr.
Hobin and proposed thai  thc   meet-
recommend   the
II io  i"i ..a h.
Aid.     ' •■
lorrow ii   I
General       i      lien  he can
l  WO S ' - ■
■
Mr.  Boi ... getting
,; -', In i Into of-
tion for Seal Co e.
OF      COAL      MINMG.
REGULATIONS.
tvOtTTOal" is tuji-oab*- a*»OJi tvHct on
the ZatoKl (ainv of UscoH lidil n-inplica
(Mon wrlli ho uiafte '• the SHjierir.
touden.t of Pfemtmrnlmi Pojicc anil to
-the Board of Irtotmso OwniuWa<«ii-
ers for the Qftr of Bttnsa Hnaprf tor
licra-nisasion to remove tto BalUaWe tor
the sale of liquor by vbaleacls firm
the premisse known as beta *f> and
10, Block S-2-, Section 1. aflMBte kt
Flrazer Street in the Oft? ot f*rfcT<ie
Rupert,   to   the   lands   ("wtuBb&d    ai
made tjjj the applicant in person to
the Agt*t or Bhb-Xflcnt of the distant to HatUcli the rights applied for
-are situated.
In surveyed territory th'e land
lust, be d,t3Bcribed by sections, or
Jegal sulifHvJ'Sons of nections, and
In iinsurveyefl territory tbe tract applied for shall be slaked out by the
applicant himself.
Each application must be necom-
nanfed by a foe of, $5, which will be
aWfJUMlCd' If the rights applied for
are ran available, but not otber-
ra'iSe. A royalty shall be paid on the
mi.'i;'ch,ai]table output of tbe mine at
the rate of five cents per ton.
The pesson operating the mine
slinl. furnish the Agent with sworn
-leturjt's accounting foi the full
jiii'Hitfity of in.'!-;' ani ; | ..; mined
"..-.Hi joay. the royalty thereon, If the
coal miffing rights are not being operated, sueli returns should be fur
nishe'fl m. least once a year.
Tii'i lease will include lhe coal
mlnaiing riglifs only; butf the lessee
niw ffc permitted to puijcHase whatever available surface rights may be
considered necessary tor the work-
tag »f (be mipc at the rate of $10
per acre.
F»r full information application
should be made to the Secretary (it
the Department of lhe interior, Ot
taawa, or to any Agent or Sub-
'AgiBut of Dominion Lands.
W. VV*. CORY,
Deputy Minister of the Interior
Royal Naval College of Canada.
The nest examination for the entry of Naval Cadets, wPll be held at
the examination centres of the pivil
Service Commission in May, 19.15
successful c:indidkTt|.vi joining the col
lege aim or ahoiit 1st August. Applications for entry VM be received up
.to Ititl'i April by the Secretary, C1V1
Service Commission, Ottawa, from'
whom blank entry form's can now be
obtained.
Candidates far the examination in
May next must be between the age's
of fourteen, and sixteen on the 1st
July, I'M5.
i'-mtti&r dqtnils can be obtained on
apaplfcatiou to the undersigned.
G. J. DESBARATS,
^afiuLiyMjnister of the Naval   Service
Denimneiit ot the Naval Service,
Ottawa, January Sth, 19ffi
orized  publicatiom   of   this
ent win not be paltl for.—
ja'ES
l*j)*UfJjho"
JAMES GILNORE
ABOHIX'ECT
«k*ond Ave. Hoar McBrlde St
Hggg ' yay
SBC
-in -' n
on Tliird Avenue tn the srtHl City of
Prlnco Rupert.
DATED  this  20th  day of   Pebru
ary, 1916.
PRINCB RUPERT IMPORTING CO.
LIMITED.
W. H. Marshall, Manager
f21tuar22 'Applicant.
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NOTICE   OP   CANCELLATION     OF
'      RESERVE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the Reserve existing on Detention
Island by reason of a Notice published iu tho British Columbia Gazette on
the 30th of May, 1912, is hereby can
celled.
R.  A. RENWICK,
Deputy Minister (f Land*
Department of Lands,
Victoria, B.C.,
OctoBer  19th,  1814.       o2:
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