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PRINCE   RUPERT,   B.   C,   FRIDAY, MAR^H  12,  1915.
Fties   5   C'eacs.
NO.   1» 4.
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BRITISH FORCE I
KINGP
RUSSIANS HOLDING SITU
WELL IN
Russian Armies Have
.   Been Successful At
All Points On Front
Petrograd, March 11.—An official
report says that between the Nie-
men and the Vistula a battle of extreme obstinacy is being fought.
In tiie valleys of Omulew in the
Carpathians all the enemy's attacks
have been repulsed. Near Gorlice our
counter-attack annihilated the Austrian units which attempted to entrench  themselves on  our  front.
RITCHIE GI. EN  FIGHT.
New York, March 11.—Willie *
Ritchie won the bout here   to- *
day.   He got a newspaper deci- *
sion over Freddie Welsh in ten *
rounds. *
February liiiuwiia Vale at Oavrge
I). TRe's, all .Vi-arl .mnits. Resent
lUsceunts for cash. flOW
GRIT MACHINE HAS
TAKEN THE FIELD
BRITAIN'S ARMY
IS PICKED ONE
WHAT    LORD    KITCHENER    HAS
DONE  IN TRAINING THE
MEN.
A Review of tlie Situation From the
Standpoint of   Present
War.
At What Was Called A Nominating
Convention Held Last Night The
Form Of Making Nominations
Was Gone Through  With
It is an axiom accepted by all
that( know anything of military matters that it is usually futile to depend on forces raised, equipped, organized, and trained in the face ot
the enemy, writes Lieut.-Col. A. A.
Grace in a New Zealand journal.
The last occasion on which such a
thing took place on a large scale
was when, in 1S7D, the Germans
having invested Paris, the French
sought to relieve that city and end
the war by means of hastily-raised
armies composed of Mobiles, Mobilises, Frane-tieurs, and other irregular troops whicli came into existence as the result of the levee   en
Last evening the Liberals of the
city gathered together in what was
described as a nominating convention for the whole of Northern British Columbia. After going through
the form of selecting delegates these
latter met and proceeded to select
candidates for .three northern ridings for the province. Then in addition, in order to make sure of the
Dominion nomination while the machine was all well oiled for the purpose, Fred Stork "cinched" that
post. For the provincial election
when it is called the machine nominees were T. D. Pattullo, for Prince
Rupert;  Alex. Manson, for Ominecn;
and Frank .Mobley, for Atlin.
There had been some talk of
other nominees for the local riding.
Of these, the most general name
mentioned was George Frizzell
whose long residence in the riding
has made him many friends. It is
said that had the nomination been
left to the general gathering of Liberals Mr. Frizzell would undoubtedly have been the choice. Among
the delegates named he, however,
had no chance, as the selections had
all been decided upon days before
by those who were so elected. He
therefore fell in line and submitted
to the full slate going as arranged.
UNITED STATES
CUSTOMS OFFICER
UNDER  THE  SEW FISHING  REGULATIONS     OFFICIAL     WILL
BE   NEEDED.
Steps Should Ile Taken   at   Once   to
Have One Appointed
Here.
British In Thick Of
Fighting Again On
The Western Frontier
Under the new regulations governing the handling of fish from
United States bottoms here, it is
said that a United States customs officer will be required at the port.
This being so, active measures
should be taken at once to see that
provision is made for one. It is said
that the United States government,
while agreeable to the appointment
of such an officer at foreign ports
under such conditions, will not be
responsible for the pay of such an
official.
In this matter it will be necessary
to have immediate action taken in
order that there may he no lost,
time.  The  G.  T.  P.  might be agree-
Paris, March 11.—Thick tog
greatly interfered with the operations at different points along the
front today.
The British flotilla successfully
bombarded  Westende.
In the Sector of Ypres we repulsed
two attacks.
Near Zand _ orde in the region of
Neuve Chappelle the British army
repulsed two counter-attacks. The
enemy's losses were considerable.
In Champagne we made apprecia
ble progress.
In West Perthes the enemy de-
1'e.ided himself stubbornly.
In Argonne we captured a mine
thrower and machine guns.
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St. John Ambulance.
The lady members of the home
nursing class of the St. John Ambulance Association are requested to
meet for business at. the Board of
Trade Rooms this afternoon ;u 3:30,
PRINCE RUPERT WILL
HAVE GREAT ADVANTAGE
masse  which the patriotic sentiment
of Ihe French nation demanded. Of j able to aiding in such an undertnk-
these armies the most celebrated was Ing as they are directly benefitted by
that of the Loire, commanded by the carrying out of this proposition.
General Chanzy, which defeated Von I The Board of Trade and the City
der Tann near Patay on December | Council might well give attention to
1,   1870,    and    was   itself   defeated'this  matter.
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Good Catches Of Fish
The halibut catches continue to he good on Hie banks. Yesterday tiie Canadian Fish & Cold Storage Company received a good
quantity of fish. The James Onrruthers arrived with 120,000 lbs. =
The George E. Foster brought 56,000 lbs., while tlie Skugaid had
a good catch of almost 20,000 lbs. Captain Selig broughl 17,000
lbs. in in the Pandora whicli was disposed of to the Cold Storage.
The latter company is now able to load directly Into the cars from J
the Cold storage plant. This facilitates the handling materially
Quite a  quantity  will  go  forward  in  the next day or two.
next day.
Now, it must be remembered that
Lord Kitchener, then a subaltern of
our Royal Engineers, served with
the army of General Chanzy, and
was slightly wounded. No one knows
better than he the causes which led
to the defeat of the French troops
with which he served. He found
their transport and commissariat to
he  faulty,  if not  sometimes actually Wednesday  evening  In    the    Borden;,,, getting tll,_ order ,,.,.   ,.,,
non-existent.     He    found    that   the street  School,  have passed. The ex- 	
rank and tile knew little of a sol-!aminerSi Drs, Tremayne, Eggert
dler's duties, less of his drill, and and L, \y. Kergin, are unanimous
nothing of the  true soldier's spirit.
ANOTHER CLASS FOR
HOME  NURSING
All  the  Ladies  Who Wrote  on   Examinations   Were   Successful
in FITorts.
All  the ladies who sat for the ex-
The New Fishing Regulations Mean
Very Much To This City—Feeling
Of Optimism Prevails As A Result Of The Decision Reached
channels. It serves, to show, however,
that in the east the Importance of
this Order-in-Council as far as
Prince Ruperl Is concerned is appreciated.  It  is  recognized   that  this
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How To Send Mail To The Front
The Postofllce Department has sent the following for publication relative to the sending of mail to thc Canadians at the from.
In order to facilitate the handling of mail al the front and to ensure prompt delivery It is requested that all mail be addressed us
follows:
(a) Rank,
lb) Name,
(c)   Regimental   No.
Id)   Company,  Squadron, Battery, or other unit,
(e)   Battalion.
* (f)   Brigade.
fg)   First  (or Second)   Canadian  Contingent,
ih)   British   Expeditionary Force.
Army    Postofllce,   London,  England.
He found that the officers could not
control their men, because they were
not conversant with their duties,
did not know their drill, lacked confidence in themselves, and
well   be   that    his    experience    with
Chanzy's half-trained army has been
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the  cause   of  his  constant    demand
Ottawa, .March 11.—An Order-in-
Council has been passed permitting
foreign fishermen to sell their catch
to Canadian dealers for shipment.
Hitherto   this    has   been    prohibited.
They were only allowed to ship | port is to derive greal benefits from
through  to the States,  but  not    sell [the concessions.
In Pacilic ports. The new regulations J George II. Collins, interviewed by
will benefit Prince Rupert, as it Is tiie Vancouver Province late yester-
nearer the fishing grounds than Se-j,iny afternoon, said this Order-in-
attle. -Council will increase the Prince Rn-
11. S. Clements, M.P., Member fortpert payroll $250,000 monthly,    The
animation in Home Nursing held on|Comox-Atlin,  has  been   Instrumental;Seattle  fishing   fleet    will    move   to
Prince   Rupert.
Locally  there  has   been   thc   great-
Tlie above despatch  from   Ottawajesl   enthusiasm   respecting    the   Or-
arrived here a day later than the In- der-ln-Counell.   This   has    not   been
in  their nrai.o of the excellent Btan-' formatlnn   una   ._.,._.;, ...i    i„.    , ..,    . . ,. ..
''anon   was  recoiled    by    private iCeniinued   on    Page   Feur.)
for  competence  and  efficiency  in  all
those   who   have   served   under   him I
in   Egypt,   South   Africa,   India,   and!
now  in  Britain.
Lord Kitchener knows from  practical   experience,   what   the    German1
army is.  Ile knows how  thorough  Is
He'
dard  the  ladies are maintaining.
The following is a list, arranged
alphabetically, of lhe successful candidates: Mrs. T. C. Duncan, Miss
Vernet, Miss Maud E.
Eason, Mrs. Humble, Miss I. Jenns,
Mrs. C. Johnson, Miss Margaret S.
Johnson, Mrs. J. H. McMullin, Mrs.
F. II. Mobley, Mrs. J. R. Morgan,
A. T. Parkin, Mrs. C. B. Petersen.
Miss Jessie Scott, anil Mrs. G. A.
Woodland.
Great credit is duo to Dr. Nell McNeil, who has lectured so ably to
the  ladies  and    prepared    Ihem    for
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its    training    and    discipllnn.     n« lh|s examination,
knew  it   in   1870.    He  knows  it  to-'
day. He knows that, thai it would',,,., „,.;„,, „-nP Tn,,..V] ,,,„,.,, ,-, R|von
be hopeless to repeat Ihe mistake ofL, ,j,„n T,or[, Kitchener's army
sending half-trained troops against Lmmenced its training almost as
the armies of the Kaiser. He has no g00n as ,h(, ,vnr ))p,,an while it ,,.,._ g
Intention of doing so; it Is his in- been ,vaiUng for Ita r„„ equipment |
tention that when the army that|lt haa been driulng {TOm dawn t0 |
bears his name shall he placed in|dark ov(,,y r].,v ,, is. nm,.pm] py'the'S
Hie field, it shall bear no resem- best men> physically and mentally, S
|.blance to the brave but unfortunate that the Unlted Kingdom produces, g
army of General Chanzy with which the men nl- the universities and from! g
he underwent his baptism or Are. the public schools. These regimental 11
Fortunately, we are not placed as officers are being trained in their g
were the French in 1S70 and 1871,|dutlea lin they .hould he able toll
With their regular army destroyed,!ieRd their men anywhere. The bri- §
they had no other course open to Lade and divisional staffs, composed, |
them but tlie one tlist necessitated a; is V43Ty probable, of officers of die §
the  precipitating of  raw  levies  Into:        (Continued  on  Pane Two.)
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Canadians Proving Steady In Trenches
Ottawa, March 11.—Gene-'! AMerson, in command of Ihe
First Canadian Contingent, reports that our men have been in
the  trenches ovfer a  week.    They are doing remarkably well,    lit
says he knew Ihey would do well, but  they hai" d  much  better
than he expected.
I cKhKi-OWhi, ■^<I<^^>a_w_K>a^«.a_l_H>^H«l_H. O Cm. 0 .•■JSH^.HKHKitHXHKiiKHttl
Congratulations To Local Member
Wiih the recelvlhg of lhe news ilia: the lisliin_ regulations had
been amended in accordance with the desires of this pun, II. S.
Clements, M.P., through whose efforts this was successfully ac
compllshed, was heartllj thanked by many Individuals ami public
bodies by message yesterday. Tin Board of Trade took an early
opportunity lo send the following message:
"Herbert s. Clements, M.P.,
"Ottawa,  Onl.
"The president and members of the Prinee Ruperl Board of
Trade extend their heartiesl congratulations t" you, for the valuable service you have rendei . the communlt) ■., Priuce Rui I
in the bringing of the ne t tion_ regarding tin- fishery concessions to a successful Issue. 'Nn- value of Hie concessions obtained
esldents of your constituency, and the
mong  the  lirst   - -  i (Ter   you    tlieir
are  fully  appreciated   by  a'!
Hoard   of  Trad"   wishes   lo
sincere thanks.
"II.  G.  STEWART,   President.
".I. LORNE MacLARBN, Secty,
"Prince  Ruperl   Hoard  of Trade
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Friday,  March  1-.  1911
PRINCE   RUPERT   J«B-RNA1,
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prince iSttper fotmtal
Telephone 188.
O. H. NKLSON. Editor.
Office: 128 Third Avenue East
near McBride Street. Telephone 138,
Postofflce Box 607,
DAILY   EDITION.
Published    every   morning    except
Monday.   De.lv. ""  by  earner in
city at the following rate, it paid in
aihance: —
.   .$5.00
. . . I
. . . $1.25
Product No.
liere.  Competitive  rates in  the   Hne\<*jMWitlWtm^
of supplies of all kinds will be necessary.   There must  be no  obstacles
placed in   the way   of   independent
fishermen  to  trade  here.  With  these
Ions granted there should he
no look!      I i      tor   Prince   Rupert,
miner should be a pri sperous
on,.-  For the port.
.$0.50
la
One  Vear   ........
Six   Months   	
Three   Months   . . .
If   n0l    paid   in    advance,
, i   Month   . . • ■
WEEKLY  EDITION.
Published every Friday for circu-
tion   outside   the   City   of   Prince
g „,   $2.00 a year, addressed   o
,. ranaoa: or $3.00 a year to
Jj,    ,oints   In  the  I'nited   Kingdom,
the    United  States  or  other    foreign
c mn ries.
Advertising  Rates  Dpon  Application
IIHITAIX'S A-LOT IS PICKKD ONK,
■   -        om  Page   One.)
Friday,  March   12,  1915.     ,
MAI HIM: POLITICS.
In the methods adopted by the
local Liberals in selecting candidates
for the various ridings in the nortli
the most obnoxious of machine lac
tics were adopted. Certainly, the
outside sections of the party are
mosl docile In their submission to
the ruling clique In Prime Rupert if
they acquiesce in these methods. At-
lin is to have a candidate thrust
upon it by Prince Rupert. Omineca
is likewise to be forced to submit to
a Prince Ruperl nominee. Those
kinds ol met!:" : may do Eor the
Liberals. They would never be submitted   to   by    the   democratic    Con-
The  Liberals  of  the    province   of
I;- tish   Columbia    have    long   since
laid     ,;      erj    n mbl inci   of being  a
party   for  the   people.    There   was  a
time  v. lien  thi   I Iberal  pany  iii  Can-
ad:'   so  represented  Itself and   when
it   bore   some    semblance    to    that.
l Hat    imi   has loi . passed,  in  British  Columl cially  the    Libera]
ba ■   for  a   long   time   been    a
!    • ■ tions,   each
::  m   dictatorial  and  an oganl   in
i                i  I!-.--.:    ...    the    supreme
il   I     '      ■ arty.
i has been
ti uency, T.  D
''In.   while lly   a
ell Izen   i        it Inetl  to a v-
defi al  -ii  the hand-' of the Consi r
tivi .   and      - oters of
the riding when i! e ii"■ - comes to
mark the ballots. Mr. Pattullo Is nol
a typical '.i'" ral, 1 le is, on the contrary, more inclined In his lines ol
and ai lo the  most  un
bending  type "i' "'-I Ti : - Ism.
Contains about 2%  lbs.
$1.50
SPLENDID  FOIt  PLUMBERS
The sale of Product No. 99 is strictly
confined to the high-class supply
house:., lis cosl. of manufacture Is
therefore, not affected by Dept. or
"price cutting store" influence that
so often drives manufacturers to the
use of inferior chemicals and processes. Nor is the dealer allowed to
reduce the retail price under penalty
of   having   his   supply   terminated.
A POWERFUL SOLVENT. FOR
' CLOGGED UP MAIN PIPES
"DO" destroys accumulations if lint,   paper,    cloths,    hair,   slime,
grease,   vegetables,  soap,  fruit and  many others.    It  is harmless to
lines  plumbing.
DON'T ARGUE        DON'T PUT OFF TEST IT
This preparation has been 30 generally successful in clearing
diains that it is bought over and over again by those who have
t -ied it, but inasmuch as no on can know the actual condition ox-
iiting within a pipe, it is absoutely impossible for the manufacturer or the dealer to guarantee tie result.
CHEMICAL PRODUCTS CO., NEW YGRK
'1
POR SALE ISV
RRY HANS
THE   RELIABLE   PLUHBBR 4
POR   TDK   BEST  IN  PLUMBING   AND   HEATING    PHONE    ISO   ft
l^iKH>« W*M<1 W 13W11«H>I>» W^
Coal, Cement, Plaster and Brick
AND A COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDERS' SUPPLIES
FESTH0LME LUMBER CO., LTD.
First Avenue       Prince Rupert       Telephone 186   5
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are
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mil cu;.hints'  ..'<u!i-.
No i     can     feel
; l for a constitu
ency than sh mid Mr. Clements, the
Mi nbi i In the Houbi of Commons
for Comox-Atlin. Had Mr. Cl< ments
are the
he has in 11 nnoction
with ile fi Ing ind
wouli n al I        I ilm to
i He,
iowcvi :
■
n for
lit Cl   in nl
lied    tin ig   si
■     ,     11,   km"' i it well
Iti Is   'in1  lie   ■       ici omp'll    etl
wondi rful    i I ani i a    In    com       loi
with tin i Indt il ■ >   In   Ii i hi   n  Bril
ish  Columbia   _lm       -    bi - ame    the
.   resentul Ive of the dlsti i'i.  In  Mr.
tl      mil. idual whiti   Ilsher-
man 1ms had a warm friend al every
point,     Ili-  record   In    this   respect
will nol soon be forgotten.
Much to Ho.
While  ihe  concessions granti d
Ottawa  in  th    matter of  the  _ :.;'i
regulation    are  of   Inestimable    ad
vanl - liort, they will nol oi
•i Ives make ihls i he great fishing centre that all hope to Bee li
The regulations afford the mean
         a   great    pert.    TI i re
musl nov  be n di qldi d and a uniti ■'
move    nadi
regular army, have by now learned
in work in unison and harmony, and
■ I'foi m their multifarious duties
with tli; • '■' : I ude thai is necessary If the evolutions of an armylB
a  -  in    be   performed fully.I
The huge problem or transport and
su] I is doubtless solved, or m
pioce ol bei 11 bo d. That was
one rn' the weakest departments of
poor General Chanzy's army. Bul it,
Is certainly a foregone conclusion
■ commissariat and transporl
of Lord Kitchener's army will lie
like   thai    of   the   British     regular
army, whicli   has  fought al   Minis, onPJ8hSJHWM*«<HWW*^^
the  .larne,   on   the   Aisne,   and
Flanders—thoroughly     efficient,    as
perfect  as  possible.
Lord Kitchener has said that lie
cannot say when the war will end,
but he can say that it will begin in
May. That means that his army will
be ready then to take part in the
general aggressive movement that
will be made against tlie Germans,
lt means that after being formed^
for some nine months, that armyl
will lake the field. Thai is nol :: very
Ions period in whicli to make an
army, especially an army destined to
buhl the Germans, It usually takes
al least a year to make a British
infantry recruit Into a soldier; it!
takes longer si ill to make a cavalryman such as you see in a crack British cavalry regiment, and II Is generally ili" opinion thai ii takes at
least two years to make an artillery
recruit Into :i really good gunner.I
B ,i   II   must    be    ri n that!
Lord   Kitchener's    i i le   of
I lie    I-   ;    m iti rial   in    the     United
the  material    of
which I       Bril   :'    rei ulai  , arm
- nmnosed   is    drawn    in    no    small!
Ill-fed  anil   Semite,    ind    li   should    not    take
nearly so  long  to      tin   the men  of
army Into efficient soldiers
is has been usual with the training
of recruits in the British regular
army.
Ii was. 1 think, a very fortunate
thing for Britain that Lord Kitch-
n -"".'in for France forty-five
go, and learned by actual ox-
perien -- how hopeless ii is to try to
1 rained t roops with untrained troops. We have the best of as-
suianoes thai the men of what is
known as Kitchener's army will be
as well equipped, organized and
trained as need be, ami that they
will n'r-1 as good ai counts ol I bem-
selves as have the London Scottish,
the Ci nadians, and othei
of thai army thai 1"". - aire:
■-' the in"" ii : -"I an i ihat is
being drawn  iron: .- |   of the
li   will  b 'I"   of
ill earn
for the Ii irlll < n-
-
LIQUIDATORS' SALE
OF GENT.'S FURNISHINGS
BOOTS, SHOES, Etc.
le ll.  Hoffman, Prince Unpen,
signed.
Rifles and Shot Guns
Ammunition
Camping Supplies
PKOMC 101, P.O. DRAWER 1-145 389 SECOND AVE
31KW1.->l.«tKH>l. aOm>_^^
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SHINGLES, MOULDINGS, SASH, DOORS
Prince Rupert Lumber Co.
FIRST AVIi, AND McBI.lI.l_ ST. PRINCE RUPERT
Phi ne 25 Branch Yard al Smithers, B.C.
gi i   tic    tishel a" i
l-'OK SALE I'.V TENDER—Stock
consisting of Boots, ShoeBi Hats,
Suits, and Qi tits' I'm oi: hings, all in
Bn i. order. 1 he Btoch and stock
an be Inspected al the store
on Second Avenue, Tuesday, Wed.
nesday, Thursday, and Friday,
9th, Hull, 11th, and I2.li March
respectively, between the hours of
10 and noon each day. Tenders to
be in hands of Liquidator, .lames
Paejflc Building, Hastings i'i.
VV.,    '. aflc iii.'i -.    li.    Ci    i"'    ii"in
Send for Five Roses
Cook Book*-
COUPON
Jj_%t(   Not-    m<
port't  I" if*''   «■
Nwn.1    and    A-ldrei.     plninly.
endow: Ten Cent..
BEING A MANUAL OF GOOD REX.PES carefully
i.h'jacn from   lite ainttjlttitions   (rf   over  two  tlioiisancl
,.■•:■'. '."i". itf I:>w U..-rt.*;i I'ixjr l.iKui(;)i.rirt C.:r..-K--i.
Also U&cfii- Nol es on l_w «anou» cta'-sea-d pood thinsj
tj cut oil of wf.ig.1 hrwe beet* carefully checked oiwJ
rr-chccVcd by comi-rtcnl nudtofliy.
~~ Wil'"M0ur Envelope In IM Of IJI. WOODS MICUHCi CD, HMI7_P, WiKNI. EC
LUstributors Prh.ce Risw-rL. B.C
Wi I '•'.     '       '-   '"'I I I.V lOE-l.I.V,   IMnwL.W.  a".   CO.
(I T  P S S
* '^ffS Sailings for Vancouver
Victoria and Seattle
Prince George  every  Friday at i> a.m.
Prince ilotm al 7 p.m. on Sunday,-lurch      II, -8, etc.
.Massett and Port Clement!, S.S. Prince John 10 p.m.   Saturdiiy,
March   ii, 20, etc.
Ski-legate, Lookeport, etc., S.s.  Prince .lohn  11   p.m.   Sunday,
Marol   7, 21, etc.
Stewart nnd Naas River &B. Prince John !)   a.m.   Wednesday.
March    1(1, 24, etc.
Aujox (Granby Hay) S.S. Prince George midnight every Wednesday.
G.T.P.   RAILWAY  St'tlKl. ILE
ns leave Prinee Rupert for Prince George, Edmonton, Melville,
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WILL CROOKS ON
THE  RESENT WAR
THE GREA-C LABOR LEADER OF
ENGLAND DEALS WITH
GERMANY'.
.Made  Appeal   to  the   People
Enlist  for Service in
tlie A-ny.
A stirring and inspiring speech
marked by spartllng humor and
wit,   iva.    delivered    by    Mr.    Will
ihe Kaiser doesn't understand as
yet, but he will." i Cheers.) "It
used to be said," he went on, "Ihat
they  could  not ill  be  of one  mind,
PRINCE   rtBPWtT   JOURNAL
WHO_P"'* ■^'■'■>*V3_»ft^a_a^^raa^M__a
1  held   the picture  io  mj
Friday,   March  12,  191..
somehow   or   other   we    don't    seem
better  off.  The   reason   was   that   18
cents  out  of  every    25    cents    had
gone to provide armament    to light
. i the Kaiser,
but   they   had  lelt  oil  talking  about[
Sally's    mother-in-law,    and     Bob's! Kili«''' "» Kitchen Table.
father-in-law.  They  had   got  a   little!     "lie   has   been    on   your    kitchen
job  of  their own  on  now,  and    had table all the time.  (Laughter.)  Dear,
_._J_g;
"_«!!____
!'■... of paper in  n c-:;  t.
Kais
forgotten about their little personal
diffi rences—they could take them
lip bye and bye—-and Ihey were going   to  see    it    through.    (Cheer .1
kind fellow! (Laughter.) When he
was five years old he was taken to
King Edward's marriage ceremony.
He  was  rather   a  good    little   boy
I  wanked off the platform.   A   ladj
said, 'Turn  it round.  Mr.  Crooks.'   I
turned it round. She said, 'My Bo  "
land fainted. (Loud laughter. I Now,
if  the   Kaiser  ha I     . Inted    thai    i:
I would have hung in the National
Gallery and you would have been
charged   half   a   crown    to   see   it.
; lie was a  wonderful and  m in
man.  We gave  him  an   Island  as  a
freewill  ottering to show  then    was
hi       '•' !  who  wanted  minding, and  they
He   someti S    :;  '■ i
ihe audience how much of thejhlro clown between two sober am-
Kaiser's position we were respdnsibh bassadors to keep him quiet. He
for? lie was ijl enough to remera- slipped down between the two of
Crooks, M.P., in Guildford, Surrey,It,er ;|K Franco-German war, and them, and bit their calves. (Loud
England, recently, when he addressed a large gathering In that town
convened   for   the   purpose    of    en-
r j no harm in
land  put  hi:
couraging recruit ing.
Mr. Will Crooks was received
with greal enthusiasm. ".May it
please you, my very worthy brothers and  sisters,"  lie  began.  "1   want
how every German they ran up laughter.) Anil everything he did
against said, 'Farewell to Britain'!; we praised. When lie came to the
greatness now,' and for forty years, throne—i  suppose  they
.. Then he fortifii
eel    el i: I   :
v- hen ii  wen: mi a baby-killlni
«hen,  "I   ■■ ourse,  'under    nini    an
over ninety' came In. 1 ban' been to
Germany three or four times, I once
call
it
be-
ii'"-'- or less, we had been living in throne I Laughter.)—when he
dread of what might happen. Were,came Kaiser, sometimes he was
you not overwhelmed when you warlike and sometimes peaceful-
opened your papers on Sunday, andjlike, and flopped about a bit. Then
saw   thai    a    submarine    had    sunk he took to writing poetry. My word!
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had   the  pleasure—it,   was   then,   the I,,
C i ii"
rhapi    .......i till gel  it Pack
again. They would have to wait  anil
see.     _nd  if   1. ,00 I   men   could
'io no better in their own land, what
did  those at home  think  would   '
come  of them  if   we  were   a   con-
:' ■      I  race?   I Applause.)
Rather Britain Than' Germany,
Showing  how  all   British   -
ral lag, Mr. Ci ooks   re-
rsonal    - ■  erlence     in
w!iii-!i   Dr.   Poutsma,  who  wi      I
er's righl  hand man at the timi
■   : loe    n ar,  ii; tired.    He w
said,  one  of  i he   deported    leadi r
from  South   Africa,   and   the   week Barrister, Solicitor and Notary PubllJ
war    broke   oul    he    told     Mr.	
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PHONE GREEN 321
PRI-HI-l.iri.   PETERS,  l-.C.
to express my profound joy at the five merchanl ships
fact that we have ceased to have
public meetings now altogether, and
we are having family gatherings instead. (Laughter.) There are no
party polities now. The family is in
a little trouble, and so we are incepting in nearly every town in
Great   Britain  an    invitation    of  the
For   forty   years   we   had   been
mayor  and  corporation   to an   even-  wondering   what   was  going  to   hap-
What bravery!; what poetry! (Laughter.) The news-
(Laughter.) My word, when we. papers lilled columns with the
were hoys we used lo describe a Kaiser's poetry. Schiller, Shelley,
bully as a  man who would take on|Wordsworth, Burns, Shakespeare, all
Into insignificance! The
Kaiser had written poetry—some
people  would  have  been  hanged  for
any man under nine or over ninety, paled
any  size  or   color,    (Laughter.)     1
don't wain   to  belittle  some of their
bravery,   but   that   is  bow   it  strikes it.   (Loud  laughter.
ing at home. (Laughter.) We cannot ask you all to stop to supper
(Laughter), but. you can all ask
each other, so thai gets over that
little  trouble.     I More  laughter.)   In
pen, and there was not a workman
or a workman's wire but what had
made   the   same    complaint    during
the last, twenty years---I know our
v. ■'", ie  go  up and the old man
Im!
fact,  we  are  a  very  united   party—|a   bil   more  than    be   used, tq
'111
Then he took
on painting. Painting! A whole pag?
of the Times was devoted to this
modern genius. The Kaiser as
painter! Never was there such painting! 1 don't believe there was myself. (Laughter, l I once had my
picture painted, and presented ti
me in public. 1  praised the   painter.
niei ior of ii haunts me ■■ ol proposing the Kaiser's health. God forgive
me. (Laughter.) Fancy wajlking
about with that on your conBi
I Renewed laughter, i A mi ia!
friend of several of us was stand-
ling in Unter den Linden waiting
for iiio Imperial procession to pass
up the centre, and, getting rather
tired, he turned to bis friend and
said. I wonder how much longer we
have got to wait for the fool.'
I Laughter.) A burly policeman, who
knew English, said he would charge
him with lese majeste, but the. rely given was that he was referring
to a friend, and. not the Kaiser. 'Ah,
that won't do,' said the policeman,
'there's only one fool in Germany.'
(Loud  laughter.)
German and   British Liberty.
For forty years'we had been wondering, and we'formed  German bro-
Crown
had come through
from Berlin to offer lii" services to
I ■ .- British Gov< rnmenl eithei al
home or on the field. (Applause.)
Here was . man thai had suffered
under the British Hag. He had suf-
fi r id vhal both Dr. Pout ama and
he (Mr. Crooks) thought was a
grave and greal Injustice, and yet
hi . :■'■:■ rred to serve under the
British flag to 'freedom' in Germany.
(Applause.) And If you have an example like that where is the Britisher who dares to say we could live
as well under the Kaiser as under
George V.?" (Applause.) Proceeding, Mr. Crooks said: "1 have been
twice round the English-speaking
part of i lie British Empire—not at
my own expense. (Laughter.) I only
say that to prevent you saying It.
(itenewed laughter.) The last time
I went on the Invitation of the Commonwealth governmenl of Australia
|through  the  Speaker of the   House pg
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therhoods    into   national    friendship
[leagues. We did anything and every-lof Commons, An invitation was sent
thing to be at peace with Germany. 20 legislators, and we were select-
i Hear, hear.) even to the extent of ed by the Empire Parliamentary
umlliationi Referring, to the first Committee. There were eight Libel hi Tories, three Lords, and
me. (Loud laughter.) I am not proton ling for a single, moment that 1
knew as much as (hat lol pul toiler i Laughter), but saw as
mucl . and the wonderful and marvellous . aboul ii is the
strange as It maj .-- em to
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■   . .    md oi   ' '      llwa: loi
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Mr.  Crooks -    il nter-
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deputation that wenl out -in or seven years ago, Mr, Crooks recall''! a
great meeting in -.evlin attended
by 7,ono people in the interests of
. e, and said that the president
1 ioI ul tered half a dozen words
when   the  mllitarj    walked    i'i
..:1   | '■ '-'.ssion of .   peace  meetin   '
-■•'..,    liberty!   \V'-::-   j  - !    Vnd  '
a  few peoj le   m     yet
I Laughter)  -who thoui conl
Ive as well under t he
,    :            V    -here _'hen I
broke out,   1,000,   trade  unionists   and   Social!
/ho they th i     '          11d    on ti
military  element.    Whal
Wi    oul   one solitary  excel I Ion  thej
-11 threw tn. ii   weighl     . war,
He asked  them  to  ms k   the   :
ence.    II   f' -      _ ire   I rei    ti en    why
had  they  nol   done kho      ii     .
United  Kingdom?  Win n  the  Bi Itls
saw thai  the war was liki ly to ca
:: ■-. .    marcl ed  boldly  to the
- ■-■ tor of Hie Exchefjii _r
Prime Minister, Mr. Balfour, and
Mr, Bonar Law, and said thai some
provision ought to be made, ami
- reed at once to make a con-
ession, with the resull thai i !-. nty
of unions wore now paying oul son":
of the money tlie Governmenl I
i lo deal with their distress.
Htii had the German trade unionist
—who suffered distresses mosl keen-
i       : "-.-.     been ti •   rn
Cham ellor to ask  tor  :■ : -      '    Woi
betl       him  lf  1      I (1     ghter.)
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like the workmen's sons had   done.
(Cheers.)   There   bad   been    such    a
levelling up  the   world   had   never
j known   before,    and .  the    Germans
haled  us.   They would hate us more
.fresh  Pish Arriving Every Day      >'et-  This family of ours was out to
>.itaide Oiders Promptly Attended To [keep a family intact, no matter " !: :
  | it cost and whether the war   lasted
PHONE BLUE 259 |six months or six years, ive were go
ing to win." I Loud cheers.)
What of ihe Future?
POR He  wondered what  future genera
tions     would     say     about     Britain.
"Would  they  be saying to the  little
children  with  stifled breath.   'Hush,
you   will    have    the    soldiers   after
you?'   Will  they  say.  Must   to  think
of  the  opportunity  the   young   men
-our    fathers   and   grandfathers—
had   in   1915   to  light   and    crush    a
military despotism for all time. They
did not do it, and here they leave us
in  slavery  and   misery.    Curses   on
them, and the day they forgot their
duty?' Will they say that? Dare we
let them say it?   ("No.")  If Britons
now did tlieir duty like men, gener
ations yet   unborn  would   say   they
had hands of iron,  hearts   of   gold.
(Applause.)  The liberty we now en-
jayed  was handed  down by our fathers and grandfathers, who died on
many a bloody field, and in many a
penal  settlement, even on the scaffold  itself.   They  enjoyed   now   the
liberty   for   whicli    they    themselves
had never fought, and that was why
they were treating  it   as worthless.
They dare not hand that power down
to   those   who    followed   less   pure.
And yet there were a lew thai were
hanging  bark.     They    were   talking
about waiting for men's jobs.    The
single men were afraid, or were selfish,  or  were waiting till they  were
made  to join.   What  a  victory   for
the    Germans,    to    give    ourselves
away   by    asking   for   conscription!
If they could go, let them go.  (Applause.)   They  would  sooner see'every   British   man   and   woman   wiped
off  the  face of the earth  than   surrender    to    the    Kaiser.    (Cheers.)
From poverty to wealth, from youth
to age, the whole inspiration of life
wiih  us  was home, and so we   saw
the spectacle of wealthy ladies—the
Duchesses     of     Westminster     and
Sutherland  and  many   others—leaving  their comfortable  homes   to go
out to serve   and   make   Tommy   a
little more comfortable, and to sooth
and     comfort    the    wounded.     (Applause.)    He appealed   lo  those  who
visited   the  soldiers'    homes   not   to
look  round  ancl  see  what  the   wife
could  sell,  but  help   to   cheer    her
up,   Duty   slood    lirst,    not    selflish-
ness. Let them cast their eyes apross
the  .North  Sea,   and    think   of   the
many  little  loving homes  that   had
been destroyed by that bloody monster, and then ask themselves what
they  were  fighting  for.   They  were
fighting for their homes. (Applause.)
"Is   there   a   shadow   of    doubt    but
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1 Capt. J. McGee
X M.M.S.A.
fi        Muster., and  Males prepared
X lor examination.   Compass ad-
g juster.
fi Phone lied 502
S        "NAUTIGAI.    ACADEMY"
X       Helgerson  Block, opposite
j? Royal  Hotel
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Eiirnisftert   by   I<.   \V.    Bowling.
For 24  hours ending  5 p.m.
March  11.
Bar.  reduced to sea level. ... 29.850
Highest   temperature     4 7.0
Lowest   temperature    42.(1
Ilain    08
PRINCE RUPERT WILL
HAVE  GREAT  ADVANTAGE
(Continued from  Page One.)
confined to those engaged in fishing alone and ln related. Industries.
Ladies even have expressed satisfaction at the concessions, having come
to realize thai it is of the greatest
importance in the growth of the
city. The news has given a new feeling of optimism in the city.
 o	
a
* OVERSEAS  MOUNTED
* CONTINGENT.
DISSOLUTION   notice.
TAk-H NOTICB tkat tlte firm
HI .__.i<.. Agssew & Go. has _-_•_ dis
saOes! .m Mm Hat om, oi Jmmnum
A. D. 191., *m* ___-_. all .mows* ew
u_«: to Mm _.-__ wili bo nalleete-l •»
J. Fred Ritekia, for rka k«_*_tt ol
the partners, and tha;- all a-oeetuits
owing by the firm will be paid ky
tho said J. Fred JUtatie, on aoeoaa
of the firm. l«a,t«_. at Prince Rupert
B.C., this 4tk «i»r of February, A. D
1915.
J.     FR8D   R_TCM?8.
A.  B. WRIGHT,
C. T. He-ward   (witness to botk   a_g
- natures). fBmari
«_CHW3iKBKl-.H>_-WX^
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES f
For Rent
REASONABLE    RATES
THE
Continental Trust
Company
O-tHMHK. _H_-_. 00 a000OOO4o.4<irO
The Morning Journal
50c. per month
* Men  who  have signed   on  for  *
* service with the lllh Canadian  *
* Mounted   Rilies   will   parade    at  *
* the     Exhibition     Building      on  •
* Wednesday,   March   10th.   1915,  *
* at 8 o'clock p.m. •
* This  contingent,  will   parade •
* at   the   Exhibition   Building    on  *
* Friday, March the  12th,   1915, *
* at  9   o'clock   p.m.,   under   the *
* command    of    Lieut.    Bullock- *
* Webster,   6Sth    Regiment,    for *
* embarkation      for     Vancouver.  *
* All baggage  must be   delivered  *
* at No.   2    Shed,   Grand   Trunk *
* Pacific    Wharf    by   8    o'clock  *
* Friday morning.  Every package  *
* must  be  tagged   and   addressed  *
* clearly with  owner's name and  *
* 11th Canadian Mounted Rifles, •
" Vancouver, B. C, *
► J. H. McMULLIN, Major. *
k                                  68 th Regiment.   *
8ke<»na   Land  Diitrict — District of
Queen   Charldtte  Islands.
TAKB   -.OTICH  tkat   Andrew    W.
Maef-ona,   ef   Prince   -tsaert,   B.   C,
onoaset.ion  (_*.»-__tor.  istea_- t« apply   ter   pars, ieaiss   to   prospect    far
ce.il sad  petreleaa-  ovar tbe  fellow-
ins   aisaerika-l   laid-    as    tke    Waat
Ceaat    __f    -ta-aka    IssAIsaa
Coast of l.rak. m  Island:   Comaaena-
iuff at a peat plaatatf ane salle aertk-
m* two MilM __ut ot tka aertk-aait
corner oi Let _ 4,'IS. Usenet nerl-j  It
chaias, tkeace waat It ckaias, tkeaoe
south    - .    chains,    tli ______    east    St
chaias   te   point   of    oommanaaBiast,
containing (40 aeres more or lass.
A_*m_nr w. h._.l__a__.
flS Aseat,   Polar  Piostko
Date  locate*,   _«r*  Deoamker,   1114
KAVK-A-ILI     WATERS      PROTBO-
TfON  ACT.
R. S. O. Chapter 115.
~ • lnstsssal Oil Company iieceky
asriMae that rt has under 3eo-
T of the akove Act, dervoaitiMI
Use MftsMer of -Public Wurta s.-t
and hi the office of the Ulnar of the Prince Espert
i Basjiato'atiaii District a* Prince
B.8., a desoript-ieu of the
site aad the pla-ns of tho wharf and
Mytreaek pvopoaei to be bwilt in
fcfcae B-_s>s_st Harkbr, iSri.i* Co-
laasMa, ia Snarl af \\'» ..vrjuoat
"•", s__oer.Hng to r._o»__ «»'a__
ei tke Towaaiie of t*e soti
*<tsr of Ptorton Import deposited ia
tke a_arera_<l Land Registry .«_i
aa Ka.   IJ*.
AN» TAKB NOTICB that a«ter
*« expiration of one month from
-ka into ot tke Irrt publication nt
jbia ■•.Sua. tha -aid Ismoriai OH
will us*.. Seekhaa . af the
Aa* :-»if_f ta tlio Minister ef
raids* Was*-* a_t lila office in the CKH.
of 0-*».ni fer a»p»av_l of the naUl
»i»a aad alaas »oi for leave to sott-
_*«M* thi omft wherf an.   aparahnh.
BA1-JB at Prince Rupert, I?.-..,
(Ms   But   d**   ot   Fekrusry,    A.    B.
■WHI _tt_P4___MAL OIL OOMPANT.
TENDERS   WANTED.
Tenders will bo received by the
undersigned up to 5 p.m., Monday,
March S, for the purchase of the
City's old Garbage Scow. Highest or
any tender not  necessarily accepted
ERNEST A.   WOODS,
maralt city Clerk
Skeena  Land  Dtttriet  — Distriat  of
Qaeea Ckarlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Andrew W
MaeLean, of Prince Rupert, B. C.
occupation Carpenter, intends to apply for permission to prospect for
coal and petraleuin over the following described lands on the Wesi
Coast of Graham Island: Coalmen.-
iss at a post planted one mil* north
and two miles east of the north-east
corner of Lot 2455, tbence north 80
ekains, th*nce east 80 chaias, thence
south SO chains, theuce wast 80
chains, to point of commencement
rnntainins 640 scree more or lea*.
ANDRHW W. MacLEAN.
flS Ageat,  Peter  Piombo
Date located, 25rd December, 1914.
• TNOPSIS      •_.
W
WANTED.
Man or woman or'married couple
to take care of house. Rent, phone
and light free. For further informa
tion apply Box B, Journal Oflice.
mar7-8
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RUPERT MARINE IRONWORKS AND    f
SUPPLY CO., LIMITED
WATERFRONT,   Pftfl.CE    RUPERT
'A'.-INEERS,   MACHINISTS  AND    MACHINERY    C»NTRACT01t.«.
Specialists in Murine Power Rants, Oil. Steam or Gasoline.
II. 0. Coasl Ageui.s for the Dlltlsll Krouihoiil Semi-Diesel Oil r.n-
gimi—the mosl reliable ,n»l economical, and lho uhoaposi
power for Iisbing boais, tu;s and  passenger vessels.
Standard fins Engine ( .>mpnnj'_ Engines apd Part* in stook.
Groceries—Our prices are the lowest in town. You will save money on
almost every article. Give us a tria
order today. Phone 123. Prompt de
livery. Mussallem & Co., 423 Fifth
Ave. East.
St.  Pntiick's  Day.
On March 17, St. Patrick's Day,
there will be a grand concert given
in the Westholme Theatre. The
programme will be of the usual high
class. mariitf
that for little Belgium    you
have been  lighting round    iliners  of  the    si reels    tonight?'
o.ild
cor-
All
.-'■._.
Steel, Iron, Oils, Wire Rope, lialnla Belting, R. ti. Wood CtftlloM,
Columbian Bronze PropdersS Storage Batteiios, Dynamos and
Marine   AcccesaHce. '*
Repairs—Pirst-elasfl  oqutplnenl nnd   ..lafr
repairs.
for    inacliiiu:    And    strip
P.0. BOX 515
TBLBPJHONE 313
IMHKHWIWHKI 44444444Oa4O4a4444O0a4m^0400O4<HSW*444O#Olto
could not serve, but all could do
something, Would it be said of them
that Ihey had not courage to defend
what  they  had  Inherited?
REGIMENTAL ORDERS.
Skeena Land  District --  District of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICB that Andrew W
MaeLean, of Prince Rupert, B.C., oc
•upation Carpenter, intends to apply
or permission to prospect for coa
and petroleum over the following de
scribed lands on tbe West Coast, of
Graham Island: Commencing at a
post planted two miles north of the
north-east corner of Lot 2433, theace
nortli 80 chains, thence east 80
chains, thence south 80 cliains,
thence west 80 cliains to point of
commencement, containing 640 acres
more  or  less.
ANDREW   W.   MacLEAN.
flS Agent, Peter Pionibo
Date located,  23rd  December,  1914
Skeena Land   District —  District  of
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Andrew W.
MaeLean, of Prince Rupert, B. C,
occupation Carpenter, intends to apply for permission to prospect for
coal and petroleum over the following described lands on West Coast
of Graham Island: Commencing at
a post planted two miles north of
the north-east corner of Lot 2435,
thenee north SO chains, tlience west
SO chains, theace south 80 chains,
tlience east 80 chains, to point ol
commencement containing 640 acres
more or less.
ANDREW   W.   MacLEAN.
f 18 Agent, Peter  Piombo.
Date  located,   23rd  December,   1914
sal  ssiaias rkairte of the   Domln-
«a -_<SB-ta4<. HaskatoiMrwan ami
A_*arta,   the   Taken    Territory,    tke
h .Mat Tarrmeriee and a pert-ea
mt *• Frarteoa ef BrlHali Oalumkia,
ntay be lease*  tor a tens of   twea-
>« rmmsm at aa anaual rant»l af
H P»r sore. Nat more than 2,5«t
atsrea Till ha leasee to oae appfloant.
AppH«_»tl-.as for a letfee must be
sta-le by the applioant fa psa-son te
-»_ Asg«nt or Sub-Agent of the dis-
IJtf-* in whieh tke rights applied for
arc sltunt .c.
to surve«ed territory the lantl
sssst be described by sections, or
legal suhdivlsions af sections, and
in unewtveyesi territory tiie tract ap-
pHed for shall be staked out by the
a#4»Ii«_n(   himself.
■aak appIiCKtien must be accompanied ky a fee af $5, which will be
*e_ua.l-»ti if tke rijrhts applied for
are net available, but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the
merchantable output of tlfe mine at
the rate ef Are aonts per ton.
The person epeiittng the nine
shall furnish the Ag6nt with sworn
returns aeceuntlng for the full
quantity of merchantahle coal mined
»£«. pay the royalty thereon. If the
oeal niiiifn'K rights are not being operate*, such returns should he fur
nisked at least once a year.
The lease will include the coal
mining righls only; but the lessee
may be permitted te purchase whatever available surface rights may be
considered neoessary for the working of the mine at the rate of $10
per acre.
For full information application
should be made to the Secretary of
the Department of the Interior, Ot
tawa, or to any Agent or Sub-
Agent of Dominion Lands.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy Minister of the Interior
NOTICE is hereby given that on
the 23rd day of March next applies
tion wUl be made to the Super!,.
tun cleat, of Provincial Police and to
the Bo*rd of License- Commissioners for tlie Oity of Prince Rupert for
permission do remove the license for
tho sale of liquor by wholesale from
the premtsee known as Lots 16 and
16, Block 32, Section 1, situate ut
Fraser Street in the City of' Prince
Rupert, to the lands dosortbed as
Lots 19 and 20, Block 2_, Section 1,
on Third Avenue in the said Oity of
Prince Rupert.
DATED  this  _-0(li  day of   Febru
ar/,  1915.
PRINOE   RUPHRT  IMPORTING CO.
laHUITBD.
W.  H.  Marshall, Manager
fill»»[..:' AppHoant.
t-Soipi
NeHOB   OP   (JANWllil-A'NO-.     OP
R_._U.lt YK
N9T1A.E IS UEBBBY GIVEN that
ithe Reaerve existing on Detention
hy reason ef a Noliee puhlish-
etl in tko British Columbia Gazette on
tbe 30th of May, 1912. is hereby can
trelled.
R.  A.  KBNWICK,
Deputy Minister t f Lands
Departmenl of Lands,
Victoria, B.C.,
October  19tb,  1914.       o21
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Look for til© Kod Tag    I'ri«o_
George I). Tite's Punrttnre Hale.
Daily Journal
50c per month
Royal   \nv_l College of Canada.
HSIh Regiment   Karl Grey's Own -
Rilies. *
ORDERS by Major .1. II. Mc- *
Muilin, Commanding, March  3, *
191,.: »
Parades—"A"   Company   will *
parade at the Exhibition Build- *
ings on Friday, March the 12th, *
at 7:46 p.m. *
"B"  Company  will  parade  at
the     Exhibition     Building      on *
Thursday, March  11th,   at  7:4a *
P.m. »
W.   S.   MARSHALL,  Lieut. *
Acting  Adjutant.
The next examination for the entry of Naval Cadets, will be held at
the examination centres of the Civil
Service Commission in May, 1915
successful candidates joining the co]
lege on or about 1st August. Applications for entry will be received np
to 1 nth April by the Secretary, CiTtl
Service Commission, Ottawa, from
whom blank entry forma can now be
obtained.
Candidates for the examination in
May neat must be between the agen
of fourteen aad sixteen on the 1st
July, lfllo.
-Virfc-ror details oan bo obtained oa
application  to the ira-lorsigned.
G. J. DHSBARATS,
jeputy Miniafor of the Naval   Service
Department of the Naval Service,
Ottawa, January 8th,  19l-li
17_iu.ia.lioi-is.-iil   piiblioeiUon    mt   this
lsement will not bo pnid _»_*t-
J-*l
JAMES GILMORE
ARCHITECT
Second Ave. Near McBride  St
HOTEL DIRECTORY
Members  of  the  Prince  Rupe..
Licensed Vintners' Association
WINDSOR    HOTEL
Cor. of First Avo. and  Eighth St.
W. H. Wright, Prop.
HOTEL CENTRAL
First  Ave   and Seventh St..
European  and   American   Plan.
St.00 to $2.50 I»er Day
Peter   Blnck.  Prop.
KNOX HOTEL
First     Ave.    Between    Klghtli    und
..liitli
European   Plan!   RliU-s   'Mt  to 81.01.
Per Day
Besner   *   Besner,   Props.
EMPRESS   HOTEL
.1. Y. Rochester V. 1). Cnsley
Third   Ave.   Between  SIxG:  and
.Seventh   Sis.
European  Plan;  50e to   VI   Per  Day
ROl'AL HOTEL
Corley &  Burgess,  Prop*,
Third   Ave.  and   Sixth   St.
Inirfipeiiii Plan Steam H-.at«l
REAVTHH      WHCriESATiE     EIQUIOR
OO.,   LISHSWED
-hbcoihI   Arc.  nnd   Sixth   Si.
Phone  102
•mWOQ IK VERT IMPOR^GNG CO.
iWMiri.D
VI'liser and Sixth Sts
Phono   7
Free
GUARANTEED
Anierioan  Silk
HOSIERY
WE
WANT   YOU   TO   KNOW
THESE   HOSE
They stood the test when all
others failed. They give real
foot comfort. They have no
seams to rlr- They never he-
eome loose and baggy as the
shape is knit in, not pressed In.
They are G trARANTJEB for
fineness, for styls, for superiority of material and workmanship, absolutely stain! is,and to
wear six montli: without holes
or replaced  by new pairs free.
Our Free Offer
To every one sending us BOc
to cover shipping charges, we
will send, subject to duty, absolutely   free:
Tiiree pairs of our famous
men's AMERICAN SILK
HOSE with written guarantee,
any color, or
Three pairs of our Ladies'
Hose, in ji lack, Tan or White
colors, with  written guarantee.
DON'T     DELAY—Offer     expires  when   dealer  In  your   locality   is    selected.    iSive    color
and  size desired.
The  International    Hosiery  Co.
21   Bittner Street
Dayton, Ohio - C.S.A.
»<>lKHMH*»WiKHJlKH_1^^
THB M8ST COMFORTABLE
TOURING CAR
IN THE CITY
2   Answers ail culls day und night
I     Phone 99
g  Stand:    Hotel    Prince    Rupert
SlWHMHil^
New Wellington
The Favorite Household Coal
Cleanest, Brightest and Best
ers & Albert
Second Avenue Phone 116

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