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The Journal
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VOL. V.
PRINCE   RUPERT,   B.   C,   SATURDAY, FEBRUARY  13,  1915,
Prise  5   Cents.
NO.  SI.
Russians Are Making
Headway Against Germans
On  The Eastern Frontier
. Petrograd, Fob. \2.—An official
statement says that on the front between the Nieman and the lower
Vistula separate actions have taken
place at five points.
On the left bank of the Vistula
nothing has occurred except a cannonade in which our artillery main
tained a very effective fire.
' In the Carpathians we repulsed
thc attacks of tho enemy in lhe
region of Svldnik, In the vicinity of
Rosloka, near the Bukowina frontier.
The Germans suffered enormous
losses near Hill 91)2, where they
made  two  attacks  without  success.
Commissioners Named For Year
Victria, Feb. 12.—The appointments to the license and police
commissions for the year have been named. In each case the
mayor Is chairman by statute. The police commissioners are in
addition Aid. Edge and Huhcit Ward. On the license hoard the
commissioners are Aid.  Nlcol and Ii. A. White.
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Allies Successful In
Attacks Made By
Germans In The  West
a
Vancouver Defeated Victoria At Hockey
Victoria,  Feb.  12.—In  the hockey  match  here today   the   Vancouver  team   won  by  the   following score:
Vancouver             <i
Victoria           1
Paris, Feb. 12. —The official state-
I ment issued say.'. ;, rather lively artillery action has taken place in Bel
gium. At Champagne in Argonne
between the Fontaine Madame fortifications and .Marie Therese, the activity of the enemy has been manifested    only   in    the    explosion    of
which  we re] lied.
in Lorraine we repulsed the German attack near Arracourt.
In Vosges our light Infantry cap-
tured Hill No. 957 in the region of
Hertmann-Wellerkopf. This brilliant
feat was accomplished in a violent
snowstorm. Our iroops suffered only
mines and the throwing of bombs, to (minor  lossi
SAYS HIDDEN THREAT
IN  JAPAN  DEMANDS
Former    Chinese     Official     Declares
Paper    Watermarked    With
Worships mid  Cannon.
A newspaper article by Liang Chi-
Chiao, former minister of justice in
the Chinese cabinet, emphasizes the
statement that the paper upon which
the Japanese demands upon China
are written is watermarked with
warships and cannon, it is stated
from a source which is considered
most reliable that the outline of the
Japanese demands, which appeared
in the Tokio newspaper Ashai Shim-
bun, in a special edition, which was
promptly suppressed, is correct. Regarding these demands the Ashai
Shimbun said:
".lapun asks China to solve the
Manchurlan and Mongolian questions by the extension of the lease of
the Porl Arthur, Darlen and South
Mum iiiii'iaii railway zone to 99 .'ears
and by granting to .Lilian the ri ;hl
of residence -ind land ownershi li
Mongolia and Manchuria and to
the Shantung question by
trai erring to Jaj in I: e i an isii ni
(Continued  on  Page Two.)
WILL ENLIST ONE HUNDRED AND
TWENTY-FIVE MEN AT THIS POINT
Parade Of Those Who Wish To Join The Third Contingent Is Ordered For
To-Day At 2.30 By Major McMullin—Prince George And Other
Points Along The Line Of The G.T.P. Will Furnish Men For The
Company That Will Go From Prince Rupert-Captain Clayton Will
It Is Expected  Be  In  Command  Of The  Local  Company
instructions have been received by,
Major McMullin, commanding the
68th Regiment, the local corps, to
enlist 12.a men for service overseas
as part of the third contingent. It is
expected the local contingent will go
out under tlie command of dipt. VV.
B.  Clayton, the senior officer of the
"cni volunteering [or service
abroad.
The contingenl   to be  raised   will
omposed of 125 men to be recruited here and as far east os
Prince  George.     .Major  McMullin   Is
now considering thc number to bei Those so volunteering will he in-
allotted to each place along the line spected by Dr. Tremayne, the officer
of  the  G.T.P.     There  will  be   three  charged with  the duty of examining
commissioned officers from here. Under the new system the number ot
men and officers from Prince Ruperl
will comprise  a  half battalion.
in order to ascertain just how
many arc available here, Major McMullin a.is ordered a parade to la;
,i.   i.   D  at   the   : \ri'.- ion    Ei lid■■'•-
ferent points along the line of the
Q-. T. P. between here and Prince
George.
It Is the expectation that the mem-
Thanksgiving; Service.
On Sunday (tomorrow) morning
at the 11 o'clock service, in accordance with the wish of the Peace
Committee of Canada and the I'nited
States, the Church of England in
Prince Rupert will Wave u special
service of thanksgiving for the one
hundred years of peace which have
existed between the British Empire
and tii United States. Thc whole
service will he appropriate for the
occasion, and the address will he a
very special feature. This will ho
given by Bishop DuVernet, who will
undoubtedly do lull justice to this
very special occasion. American citi-
bens are especially invited to he
present.
the local  applicants.    All   who wis,,      It is the expectation that the mem-1     Buffets, Iron Reds, Springs,   Mat,
to join in  Prince Rupert should   be(bers wll0 pass tne medical inspection tresses, Blankets, Sheets and Pillows
(   February  Bargain  Prices.   George
I). Tito, the Home furnisher,    flmf
present   this   afternoon   to    hand    In
their names.
Ai   Prince    George   inspection   of
tne volunteers  will "be made by  Dr.
Ison  of  thai   city.   There  are
I  ii    to  be  a   cum]   number   of
ol   all   local    militia   members   who men  available  there   and    many   of
wish  to  i olunteer  tor sei vice.     1 lie
ir ide  «i!l    be   in  civilian    clo
will leave here in abo it. two
for   the   smith   to   train.    Tl -       .
form  a   pari undei
Col.   ' i and  will
liniinary  trainin ;  in   \ li toi la.    li   I
anticipati d  thai    thei 111   1
diffli ultj   in  seem in lei
thesi   have  already   bei n   di lib >.>   foi   to  (ill   the ha n     in
service.  There  are  a   lumber al   dif- short
C.   13mm ed  to
■    ■ ' -     V\
.1.   A.     Kirk
RINCE I
NURSES WRITE ITO BUILD BUNKERS .
FROM .HOSPITAL!     FOR ORE AT ONCE
It Is Expected That Major Peck And
His  Command  Will Leave  Vancouver   Bv   Special   Trains   This
Evening-Congratulations Sent To
Those Leaving For The Front
It is expected that the Prince
Rupert contingent now in training
in Victoria, forming part of the
30th Battalion, will leave for the
front today. They are expected to
leave Victoria this morning and will
according to report entrain at Vancouver at 8, !l and 10 o'clock this
evening for the east. The 30th Battalion  will be accompanied   by   the
detachment or British Columbia
Horse now in training al the Willows in  Victoria,  it   is said.
Local residents, In view of the
lad that lhe. contingent from hero
was about to leave, took occasion to
wire the officer commanding. The
acting mayor, George Kerr, last
niglll sent the following message to
the local company in Vancouver before entraining:
Lieut.-Col. Peck,
Capt. B Company, 30th Batt,
c|o Col. Duff-Stewart,
Vancouver, B.C.
In behalf of the citizens of Princa
Rupert 1 tender you and your entire
company best wishes for a safe passage to the scene of activities; a successful  part  in  the  defence   of our
Empire, and a safe return;  assuring
you thai your progress will be watched  hourly  with    keen    interest   and
deep anxiety, and that on  your   ru
turn Prince Rupert citizens will give
you  one and  all  a  welcome befltttilg
the  service  you   have  rendered    uiir
country and  our Hag.
G.   VV.   KERR,
Acting May r
Geo.   Morrow  sent  a    message   it
I Continued on  Pago Four.)
.MISS    SHACKLETON     AXD     MISS
ERASER, KNOWN IN WINNIPEG,  GIVE  SKETCH.
Dig    (inns    Shake    Building    Who
They   Are   Located—Praise
Heroism of Men.
ROCHER  DE  BOULE  INTENDS TO
CARRY   OCT WORK OF
SHIPPING.
i
(Superintendent    Williams    Has     1,'e-
turned   With   Promising   Announcement   to Make.
OTES FOR WEST A
0TTA.WA
i-i'i
Following is an extract from
letter received by friends in the city
from Miss Shacklelon and Miss
Fraser, both of whom volunteered
their services at the outbreak of the
war and are now serving In the hospital within sound and almost sight
of the actual conflict, says the Winnipeg Free Press. Miss Shackleton Is
a sister of Sir Ernest Shackleton
and with Miss Fraser is well known
known in Winnipeg, having been
connected for some time with the
Children's Hospital;
"This is our new address. We are
only half an hour from the front
(Ih! Ibis work is terrible, but glorious. We gei the poor men straight
from the firing line, but In an awful
The main estimates for the coming llscal year, tabled in the House
of Commons at Ottawa provide for a
total appropriation of $190,329,352
The superintendent of Hie Mon-
11 tana Development Company, Mr
Williams, has returned to the city
after a trip through the mining sections of the United States. He visited Butte, and various other points
while away and returns with the announcement that the hunkers in the
city will  he started  at  once.
The money stringency has affected
the operations of the company and
In consequence there has been a
slowness  to  enter   upon    wink    that
WOUld  under normal  conditions  have!Mry  estlmate" •""   "'  '"'»"  «»«■ "
been started before now. sinn's  appropriations   will   probably
11 has been decided to stall on the equal,   if  not   Blirpass,   those  of   lasl
ore bunkers on the waterfronl  here   year,   exclusive    altogether    of    the
Provision Made For Public Buildings
In This City In The Estimates
Brought Down By 'Ihe Government For The Dominion —Some
Of The Appropriations
crease   on   this   head    totals    nearly
nine millions. On public works there
is a  decrease of a little over   four-
| teen   millions.   The  Immigratkr    "e-
ii decrease of $17,789,320,   as   com-1partment   has had  its appropriation
pared  with tin   total amounl   voted  cul   down  by $264,000;    the Trades
in both main and supplementary estimates  lasl  year.  With  supplement-
however, Mr. Williams says, and
prepartions will be made to starl
shipping from ihe local harbor al an
Honors Bestowed On Jellicoe
London, Feb.  12.—King George  has   bestowed   upon   Admiral
.Jellicoe the order of the Bath.
condition,   having  been    in   trenches J early date.
for hours. The way they hear their
pain is simply magnificent. The better they are the worse we feel. We
just go about with lumps in our
throat all night. B, and I are on
night duty together. II is awful to
see great, big Scotch and Irish men
knocked out by those fiends. Lung
wounds and head wounds are lhe
most painful to see, but if we can
only help our men In any way wej
don'l mind anything, We are nearei
the front than any other station, and
thankful \vc can be here. It Is a marvellous though awful experience. We
were fortunate to be two of the live
(Continued on Page Two.)
$100,000,000 voted fur war purposes,
Of the  main estimates tabled   tonight   $146,237,277  are  fur  consoll-
ainl Commerce Department by $1,-
903,000; the Naval Service by $105,.
000;   the  Fisheries   Department    by
$150, , ami   the   Militia    Depart-
meni  by  $5,828,000.
This   last   decrease,   however,   is
mainly due to the placing of the i >;
penditures to  the general  war fund
account.    The   Item   ef   two    million
LAKE   KATIILVX   COAL
CLAIMS TO  HE  TESTED
Diamond Drill Will  lie I'm to Work
on Property.
Lake  Kathlyn, near Smithers, will
dated fund account, a decrease of ajdollais for annual Iril Is cul out
little over ton millions from last "id ninety-three thousand In the
year. iiiuoiiiil  voted for catlel  training, and
Capital  accounl   expenditure   will of eighl   hundred   and   sixty   ;    m
total $44,092,075,a decrease ol ■•'.,      ' '   ;  ■   cl°   -M      ',;   ' ■"  Increases
629,964.    The  principal   Increase    In voted    two    liundn     and    thii  |
js"°" '"' "' ntre "•' :' 1,i!; coal '"•"- current   accounl    ex enditure   Is  for'thousand dollai o agrlcultui ■
|ing boom, If the diamond drill verl- lnteresl  ,,„ u„. 1)ubiic*debt,   The In- iContin I on Pago Four.)
'lies the  value of the extensive out- 	
i rofipings in thai district.
Frank Franks, the '.veil-known op
erator,   is   brlnglni
a    diamond
|drilling out li s nexi mum h, and If the
properties prove good ti company
will   begin   pulling   the  coal  on   the
market  iii ilie near future,
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British Steamer Struck Mine
Scarboro, Feb, 12, The nojv cargo steamer Torquay o£ Dart
mouth has been towed to Scarloro In o sinking condition, Till
was  due lo  her either striking a mine or being torpedoed.
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Saturday,  February  13, 1915,
PRINCE   RUPERT   JOURNAL
*!SFHV.
prince liuyett journal
Telephone 1SS.
O. H. NHLSON, Editor.
Office- 128 Third Avenue East,
near McBride Street. Telephone 138;
PostolBce Box 607.
maintained   in    conducting    negotia-1 <^«tXt&&attf&0^^
tions, as it  is desired to give Japan
every opportunity of moderating her
demands without losing prestige.
Product No.
Contains about 2}£   lbs.
$1.50
it is stated from a source which is
considered most reliable that the outline of the Japanese demands which
appeared in the Tokio newspaper
Asahi Shimbun  in a special edition
DAILY  EDITION.
Published    every   morning   except
Monday.  Delivered by_ carrier^ln^th. j ^.^   ^   ^^   IuppreMefl|    „
| correct,
Regarding this demand tlie Asahi
Shimbun says: "Japan asks China to
solve the Manchurlan and Mongolian
questions   by   the extension   of   the
city at the following rate
advance: —
One   Vcar    *3.00
Six   Months    \-f
Three   Months    »i.-o
If   not   paid    in    advance,
per  Month    *0-a0
WEEKLY EDITION.
Published every Friday for circulation outside the City of Prince
Rupert at $2.00 a year, addressed to
points In Canada; or $3.00 a year to
all points in the Dnited Kingdom,
the United States or other foreign
countries.
Advertising Hates Upon Application
Saturday.  February  13,  191i
OFF TO THE FRONT.
Within a very few hours after
The Journal reaches the public the
first of the volunteers from Prince
Rupert to serve in the present war
will be entraining for tlie front.
Many will wish to be present at Victoria or Vancouver to bid Col. Peck
and his company good-bye. They are
entering upon a service of which none
can foretell the ending. Fortunate
indeed will be the company if till return to Prince Itupert after hostilities cease. The chances arc 'hat
this will  not occur.
The company, however, goes forth
under as callable an officer as the
city could furnish in the person of
Col, Peck. He has the bravery
requisite fer thi task he is undertaking and with it he has those
qualities thai will make him ever
eager to I io v ell to the Interests
of those under his command. All
honor to Col. Peck and the members j
Of   hit   ■ "ill 'n ■ i I.
lease of the Port Arthur, Dairen and
South Manchuria Railway zone lu
mi years; and by granting to Japan
the right of residence and land ownership In Mongolia and Manchuria;
and io solve tlie Shan Tung question
by transferring to Japan the concessions hitherto held by Germany.
Japan also asks for the opening of
important, cities - throiTSmrffT ' tin
country as treaty ports and the opening of various river? to foreign
navigation. She asks also for railway
SPLHNDH) FOR   PLOHIISrtS
The sale of Product No. 91 is strletly
confined to the high-olass supply
houses. Its cost of manufacture is
therefore not affeeted by Dept. or
"price cutting store" inflaeace that
so often drives manufacturers to the
use of inferior chemicals and processes. Nor is Hie dealer allowed to
reduce the retail price under penalty
of    having    his    supply    terminated.
A POWERFUL SOLVENT FOR
CLOGGED UP DRAIN PIPES
"!)!)" destroys accumulations  if lint,   paper,   cloths,    hair,   slime,
grease,   vegetables,   soap,   fruit ami  many others.   It  is harmless to
flmesl plumbing.
DON'T ARGUE DOVT   PUT   OFF TEST
concessions.'
NURSES
WRITE
FROM
HOSPITAL
I Continued  from  Page   One.)
IT   S
This preparation has been -so generally   successful    in    clearing x
drains that it is bought over and  over again  by   those   who   have 0
tried it, but inasmuch as no on   can know  lhe actual condition ex- fi
isting within a pipe, it is absoutely impossible for the niauufactui- a
er or tiie dealer to guarantee the result. 3
CHEMICAL PRODUCTS CO., NEW YORK f
TOR SALE BY a
HARRY HANSON     I
THE   RELIABLE   PLUMBER §
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IX  JAPAN
DUMA?D
(Continued  from   Page  One.)
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I nurses sent from Xo. 4. I don't know
how long we shall be here. I don't
think we could stand many months
of it. The men are game to the
finish, smoking five minutes before
they die, and simply won't give in.
One sergeant we had wanted to be
lifted higher on the stretcher. Poor
fellow, he was absolutely dying. E.
and I went to see to him. He said,
'No, no. I pan'l allow you sisters to
lift me. 1 am too heavy.' One of the
many examples of a Briton. 1 won'tji
say any more. I g
"I low  is ihe hospital!  We long to  5
go over tu  stay  with  you  when  thisif'
terrible  war  is  olier.    We   shall    do
1 nothing all  day long,    ;
"I could noi finish this lasl pi.'1 t,
some patienl ■ gol bad. li is now'
2:30 a.m. and the guns are going
i. Somel Inn s they re so loud
and strong they shake our little
hospital, We are in an old school
that oi       [com  lission for
'Ive yean imagln    what
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are   trying   to
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Coal, Cement, Plaster and Brick
AND A COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDERS' SUPPLIES
G. T. P. S. S.
Sailings for Vancouver
Victoria and Seattle
S.».   Pi-inoo fleerge overy  Friday at 9 a.m.
S.S. Prince Jeha »t 7 p.m. on Staitay.   February    14, 38, etc.
For .Ma.sawU »mi Pert Clements U.ti. Priace John IO p.m.   Saturday,
l.'aai'Bwy ■, M, etc.
Per SkMogaM, Loekeport, cM.. S.S.   Prince Jena   11    p.m.   Sunday.
Celiiuai)   7, SI, etc.
Par Stewart aad Naas Mnr »s.  Priace John 9   a.m.   Wednesday,
r«ai*ram-r   la, 34, etc.
1 or  in)M   (aVrtaby   Bay)   U.K. Pnove Gleorge naidaiglit every Wed-
■aflaaty.
«.T.P.   RAB.WAY   SOUWUBLE
trains leave Pcaaaa Rap*'. t« Prince George, Kdmontoa. Melville,
Winnipeg, etc., at it) ».».. Wednexinyk and Sutunhiys, connecting   wi*   mlw  far   M. Paal. Oiieauo and all   paints   euut.
Trains  arrive  from  the ea«t ea Taar«daTs and itauduys ut O.iSO p.m.
G.T. RAB.WAY SYSTHM
'I'll,'    UeuW»-ttB»k      Ueulu
Fram Chicago te Toronto, Hamilton,   liuffalo,    Montreal,
etc.,    etc.
For reservations, tickets and full information regarding travel to
any part ef tke nulla apply to the G.T.P. Tieket OHiee, Third
Avenue;    \-«u»y  a,H  Atlantic Beeaaaaaap  Liaw.
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First Avenue       Prince Rupert        Telephone 186   |
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PRINCE  RUPERT  JOURNAL
Saturday, February 13, 1915.
JEWISH RACE MAY
WIN BY THE WAR
IT  IS   BELIEVED   THAT   PALESTINE MAY ISK RESTORED
TO THEM.
Zionism May Be Enabled to Take on
a New   Aspect Through the
Situation.
Among the peoples who look to
derive practical benefit from me results .of this war, which is being
waged primarily to protect the liberties of ilie smaller and weaker
nations, may he numbered that portion of the Jewish race which supports the Zionist movement. Zionism, Judging from the statements of
Dr. .Max Nordau, hopes that some
steps in Hie direction of securing
Palestine for the Jews may be taken
when the time for settlement arrives.
Ever since the dispersion of the
Jews, nationalist movements have
from time t o time arisen, usual'y
along .Messianic lines. Modern Zionism, however, dales from tlie
growth throughout Europe of anti-
Semitic sentiment, and is based on
the conception that no possibility
exists of the ultimate absorption of
tiie Jews into the otlier races among
which they are domiciled. About
1S82 a society known as the "Cho-
vev Zion" was formed, having as Its
object    the    establishment    of    agri
cultural colonies in Palestine in preparation for its ultimate acquisition
as a Jewish state. In its early stages
this society was supported by the
wealthy banker and financier, Baron
de Hirsch, who was famous for his
enormous benefactions to charitable
institutions, he and his wife dis*
persing sums estimated at a grand
total  of  $90,000,000.
Baron de Hirsch soon came to
feel that the work being done was
Inadequate to the necessities of Ihe
persecuted Jews, and he subsequently  founded  the Jewish  Colonization
negotiations were fruitless and the
Zionist movement received a setback in the death of Dr. Herzl in
1904,
Israel Zangwill endeavored to secure a site in East Africa, at one
time offered by the British government and declined by the sixth
Zionist Congress, for the establishment of a self-governing place of
refuge for the Jews. The Jewish Territorial Organization was founded
wiih this object in view, but too lato
to find any suitable location, though
it  has  done  some  good   work  in   di
Society,  with  a capital  of  two  mil-; reel ing the Bow   of Jewish   emigra
lions sterling. In 1S92 a further sum
of seven millions Bterllng was given
by  him,  and   on   I lie    death    of    his
tion from Europe away from the
overcrowded Jewry of New York
into the southern states of the Am-
wife in 1899 the capital was increas- erican  Union
ed  to eleven  million  pounds.
This society controls vast machinery for the assistance of Jews
and  has established  colonics   in   va-
Beyond the establishment in Palestine of a number of Jewish colonies, the Zionist movement has so far
failed  to achieve any large practical
rious places, notably  in  tlie   Argen- measure  of  success.  Many  now  be-
tine;  but its objects are not, in the lieve  that  the difficulties  facing   It
even  should  it succeed  in  obtaining
strict   sense,   Zionist.
The real Impetus of modtrn Zion- the ancient Jewish country of Pales-
ism was derived from the work of tine, are too great to be overcome
Dr. Herzl aided by Dr. Max Nordau and that the establishmenl of a Jew-
i.nd Israel Zangwill. Dr. Herzl was.ish self-governing state is, from In-
;:. Viennese journalist, who was atlherent conditions, an unattainable
first ready to accept   land  anywhere ideal.  But that efforts will he mad
for the establishment of that Jewish
state in' which he dreamed. Later he
Identified himself with  the national-
by the Zionists lo turn the oppor-
tunity which will offer at the close
of tiie  war to good  account cannot
1st  idea  and  endeavored  to  come  iojbe  doubted, though   for  the  moment
an  arrangement  with  the  Sultan  of their colonies   are   suffering   heavy
Turkey  for the  foundation in  Pales-
lino of a Jewish republic under Ot
iose, and  thousands of their settlers
have taken refuge in Egypt and elsc-
toman    suzeralnt
Eventually    thc where.
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POPULAR MEMBER FOR
NORTH   WATERLOO
\Y. G. Weichel,  Who -Moved Address
in House of Commons,
Described.
08TH   UEGT.,  KAKL ORKY'S
OWN    RltTEB.
* Orders   by   Major  J.   H.    Mc-  *
* Mullin,  Commanding;   for  week  *
* ending February 18, 1915: •
* Parades:   "A"   Company   will  *
* parade at the Exhibition  Dufld-
* ing oo  Tuesday  and  Fiiday   at  •
* 7:4:, p.m. Drill squad aad tom- *
* pany.     "B"   Company    will    pa-  •
* rad*  at  the    Exhibition    ilnlld-  *
" ing  on   Monday   and    Thursday   *
* at   7:4.1   p.in.     Drill  •qtiavl   and   *
* company. *
* W.   A.   PHTTKIRBW,       *
Captain.  *
Acting Adjitant.   !
mm mm. works
Installed   and    General
Repairs
Oty-Aoetylene   Plant    in    Connection
Phone Bed 150 Third Avenue
I first saw Mr, William Geovg-3
Weichel, M.P. for North Waterloo,
before the first session of Parliament
under thc Borden Government assembled, writes The Wanderer in
the Montreal Mail, lie came to Otta-,
wa as nno of the most distinguished!
victors of September 21, 1911, having defeated Hon. William Lyon
Mackenzie King, the minister of labor in the Laurier cabinet. Mr. Weichel did not, take long to become as
popular in the Commons as lie is in
Waterloo.
It, is perhaps fitting that in this
war year the Prime Minister should
have chosen a Canadian of German
descent to make the first speech of
the session, and it. is particularly
appropriate that his selection should
have fallen upon Mr. Weichel.
'Billy," as everyone calls him, was
boiii and brought up in Elmira and
attended the public school there; his
parents, like those of his late confrere in South Waterloo, tlie Hon.
George Clare, were Germans, who
migrated to this country and settled
down and built for themselves happy
homes in the new Fatherland. "Billy"
seemed well satisfied with the land
of his birth right from the start and
is another of those who have so
amply demonstrated that all a man
needs to succeed in this country is
the average amount of brains, and
the willingness  to apply  himself.
The member  for  North    Waterloo
is 44 years old,  is married and has . .
iIsland:  Commencing at a poRt plnnt-
Ihree children  and is the head of nied   four   miles    east   ancl   one    mile
successful   retail   hardware    busings "„""}' r' "'" ,!'  ''V™'1 ™™er °/ '-"l
2435, tbence north SO chainn. thence
J. H. HILDITCH
Contractor and Builder
Ultimate!, given on all classes or
work, whether small or large. Per.
maul   attention   given  lo every  item.
PHONE GREEN 321
FHIJDKKICK   ['Wilts,  K.C.
Barrister, Sollaitor aatl Notary Public
Olllee ln
EXCHANGE  BLOCK
DISSOLUTION   NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICE that the firm
Ritchie, Agnew & Co. has been dis
solved upon the 31st day of January
A. D. 1915, and thai all accounts ow
ing to the firm will be collected by
J. Fred Ritchie, for the benefit of
the partners, and that all accounts
owing by the firm will be paid by
(he said J. Fred Ritchie, on account
of the firm. Dated at Prince Rupert,
B.C., this 4th day of February, A. I).
1915.
J.     FRED   RITCHIE.
A.  E,  WRIGHT.
C. T.  Howard   (witness to both   signatures), filuinrii
DR. GILROY, DENTIST
Crown  and  Biidge  Work  a
Specialty
Offlce:  Smith   Bloek,   Third   Avenue
A. FAULDS, MI. M.E.
Consulting Mining Engineer
E-xamlnations  and    development    of
Coal, Metal, Oil. Etc.
709 Dinismuir St.       Vancouver, B.C..
of
Skeena   Land    District—District
Quean  Charlotte Inlands.
TAKE NOTICE that  Peter Piombo,
of Princa  Rupert,   B.C.,   occupation
Prospector, intends to apply fur permission  to  prospect for coal aad  pa-
HAIRDRESSING
PARLORS
M.'issage,   Manicuring,   Scalp   Treatment, Electric Treatments,  Etc.
Mrs.   N.  li,   lL.ii(i.!>,),i, .  Prop.
2U Third St. PRINCK RUPERT
P.O. Boy 1714
Telephone 448
troleum over the following described | RITCHIE,     AGNEW    &    CO.
lands on  the  West Coast, of Grahn.ni I        _,.,  _
Civil Knsine->rs aad Surveyors
Pi'luco   Rupert,   B.C.
in the town which, after making him
mayor, surrendered him to Sir Robert  Borden.
February Furniture Sale nt George
1). Tile's, all departments. Record
discounts for cash. flOtf
Skeena Land  District—Coasl   Dlstrl
Range 5,
IAKE   NOTICE    (liar
'    ley, intend to apply for a lici   ■
to  prospect, for en..!  and    •   troli
- '    the    follov In 11 ad    land?:
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Loi ati ber 1914,
(117 PHILIP CHESL1  \
Waterworks,   Water    Power,    Wharf
west   80    chains,    thence    soutli    SO I -.„„..„„„,, „ „,
chains, thence east 80 chains, t0 *"»truction, Reports, Plans, Domln-
point of commencement, containing | on *ni Provincial Land Surveying,
640 acres more or less. dllectrio Rlue Priming, Negatives and
Ja29 PETER   PIOMBO.
Dale located. December 4th, 1914.
Skeena   Land    ; Ustrii I     District    of
Queen  Charlotte Islands,
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PRINCE   RUPERT   JOURNAL
GRANITE
JRANITE of best quality  and thoroughly tested for sale
Cut Stone  or  Crushed  Rock   in
Quantities
■IEIL J. McliBOD     Phone Green 217
OCEAN FISH CO.
Fresh Fish Arriving Every  Day
IN THH MATTER OF THE "NA.V-
1GABL1 WATERS' PROTECTION
ACT," REVISED STATUTES OF
CANADA, 1906, CHAPTER 115,
AND AMENDING ACTS
—and—
IN THE MATTER OF AN APPLICATION BY THE MONTANA CONTINENTAL DEVELOPMENT COMPANY FOR APPROVAL OF THE
PLANS FOR CONSTRUCTION OF A
CERTAIN WHARF AND ORB BINS
ON    WATERFRONT     BLOCK     "■,"
PRINCB   RUPERT   TOWNSITE.
,   . _  I     TAKE  NOTICE  that  the  Montana
Jjtside Oiders Promptly Attended To lContin9ntai    Development    Company
Montana,    has    deposited
PHONG Ulil'l-
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PHONE 554
P.O. BOX 60
FOR
APERHANGING
AMTING
OUSH1NG AND
WALL TINTING
HIGH-GRADE    INTERIOR
DECORATING    A    SPECIALTY
Martin Swanson
SECOND AVE.
"•'EAR MtfBRIDE
Ktoovt0^aaoao<fOjaoiKOr0^ao<^^
CANADIAN STEAM
LAUNDRY
NOW OPEN  FOR  BUSINESS
lILutcst und Approved Methods
flOnly   Skilled   Operators  Employed
Phone us ami we will call for n
trial   bundle
of   Uutte
with the Minister of Public Works
at Ottawa, Canada, and with the
District Registrar of filles, Prince
Rupert, B.C., under Chapter 115, R.
S.U. 11106, plans and descriptions of
the proposed site ol certain harbor
works to be eonstrueted by the said
Company on waterfront Block "K,"
Prime Ruperl Tnwssito, according
to registered plan of the s»M Town-
site deposited in tho Prin#e Rupert
Land Registry Offlce, anp numbered
\)2V,, the aforesaid works consisting
of ono wharf with ore sins.
AND Fl'RTHER TAKE NOTICE
that the said Company has applied to
the Governor-Ceneral-in-Councll for
approval of lhe proposed works, and
permission to construct tke same.
Dated at Prince Rupert, B.C., this
8th  day of January, A.D.  lu15.
PATMORE   &   FULTON,
Solicitors    for   the   Montana   Continental   Development   Company.
ja'7f27        PATMORE   &   FULTON,
Note
SIXTH
our   address:
A\ ENUE   WEST
Phone No. 8
Canadian Steam Laundry
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Skeena   Land    District—District    of
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Peter Piombo,
of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for permission lo prospect for coal and pelroieum over the following described
lands on the West Coast of Graham
Island: Commencing at a post planted live miles east of (he north-east
corner of Lot 243r,, thence east SO
chains, thence south 8 0 chains,
thence west 80 chains, thence north
80 chains, to point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or
less.
ja29 PETER   PIOMBO.
Date located, December 4th, 1914.
Skeena   Land    District—District    of
Queen   Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that I'eter Piombo,
of Prince  Rupert,   B.C.,   occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for permission to prospect for t oal and petroleum over the following described
lands on  the West Coast of Graham
Island:  Commencing at a post plant-
id  lite  miles east of  the north-east
coraer of Lol  2435, thence north 80
chains, thence east 80 chains, thence
ii     ihains,    thence    west    SO
hains    to   point   of   comm in, i
Icontaii li more or less,
■'   BR     'IOMBO.
nbei  4tb,  1914.
GOVERNMENT WBATHER
REPORT.
Fnrnistied   by   J.   w.    Dowling.
For 24 hours ending 5 p.m.
February 12.
Bar. reduced to sea level. .. .30.127
Highest   temperature    34.0
Lowest temperature    30.0
Precipitation    06
PRINCE RUPERT MEN
LEAVING   TONIGHT
(Continued  from  Page   One.)
his friend, Cy Peck, last night, the
^including passage of which read:
"May health be with you all till the
front and the trenches are reached
and Canadian courage repeated, and
from that moment may the fortunes
of war favor you all till the moment
we can grasp your hands in welcome.
When this time comes it will be
worth living to enjoy."
None   have   known   Col.    Peck
tiie city longer than Mr. Morrow and
Mr.   Frizzell    and   both    lament    the
fact that they cannot be in Vancou
ver to see him and his command off
to the front.
South Vancouver— Postal station,
$60,000.
Victoria—New drill hall, $150,-
000; observatory, $75,000; post office improvement, $80,000; William-
head quarantine station, repairs ot
existing buildings,  $10,000.
Western harbor and river vote includes Nortli Thompson River at
Kamloops, revetment walls, $15,-
000; Okauagan River, protecting
and Improving navigable channel,
$5,000.
Details of votes for Western harbor Improvements, chargeable to
capital account, are:
Vancouver harbor improvements,
$1,000,000; Victoria harbor, $1,.
400,000; Esquimau drydock, $250,-
000; Port Arthur and Fort William
harbor, $1,208,«00.
Mrs. F. W. Dowling has gone to
Victoria to see her son Jack off for
the front.
VOTES POR WEST
AT OTTAWA THIS VKAIi
(Continued  from  Page   One.)
JKWH3CBHK! <;-.;•' loens
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
For Rent
REASONABLE    RATES
THE
Continental Trust I
Company
StHKHKlCl-O 0O-CK5 DOflO DB-C O OitOO (H3
The Morning Journal
50c. per month
ct    of
ter 1  ibo,
of Prim Lupert, R. '., occttpi tion
ei tor, !:i nd i to ply for per-
on to coal   ind pe-
im di :■■ ribed
■ (Vest ol    Iraham
Island: ■•   n t a       '  plant
ed  five ml he  nortli-east
'   ;    r o 135, them    north sn
thance     west     80     chains,
;  south   8 •  chains,  llience east
SO  chains,  to   point    of   commencement,  containing  640  acres  more or
less.
ja2B PHTBR   PIOMBO.
Date lncated, December 4th,  1914.
Skeena   Land    Dislrict—Dislrict    of
Qu    ii   Charlotte  Islands,
TAKE NOTICE that Peter Piombo,
of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for permission to prospect for coal and petroleum over (he following described
lands on the West Coast of Graham
Island: Commencing at a post plaited four miles nortli of the north-east
corner of Lot 2437, thence north 80
chains, thence east 80 chains, tlience
south 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, to point of commencement,
containing U40 a"res more or less.
ja29 PETER   PIOMBO.
Date located, December 3rd, 1914
g«H>lWlKBKHKHW1M*HK^
RUPERT MARINE IRONWORKS AND
SUPPLY CO., LIMITED
WATERFRONT,   PRINCB   RUPERT
BNGINEERS,   MACHINISTS  AND    MAOBJNERV    CONTRACTOR*
Specialists In Marine Power Plants, OIL, steam or Gn/wlinc.
li. C. Oousl Agents for n„> Biltisli Kromhoul Semi-Diesel oil Engine—lhe most reliable nnd ecnaniiijcul. and the cheapest
power (or Ashing bonis, ims and passenger vessels.
Standnrd (ins Bngine Company's IDngiaos and Parts in stock.
_Md&&te&^__,
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Steel, lion, Oils, Wire Rope, Bnlntn Belting, B. C. Wood Pulleys,
Columbian Bronze Propellers, Storage Batteries, Itynninos and
Marine   Accessories.
Repairs—First-class eqnipmeni nnd siuir for machine nnd ahip
repairs.
P.O. BOX 515 TELEPHONE 313
including one hundred thousand
more in aid to the provinces for
agricultural instruction and $150,-
000 more for the devlopment of livestock industry.
Tlie chief items of capital expenditure on public works and railways
and canals include $8,128,250 Eor
the Intercolonial Railway; $1,939,-
925 Eor the Prince Edward Island
Railway; $5,500,000 for the Hudson's Hay Railway; $5,000,000 for
the National Transcontinental; $;:,-
"'""ei'1'1   Eor the Quebec  bridge;   $5,-
 : for the Welland Canal;   ; l .-
'■'-\ ,5000 fi    . .!]■,, ttnd a
'•  of    '■ I : i,i  10        In ie   the
■ il ni.'. under way al E |
Halifax, Porl Arthur, Quebec
:;t. John, Toronto, Vancouver, Victoria and other harbors. Very few
public works of any hind are being
undertaken, bul funds are provided
In every case to continue work al-
i eady started or promised
Votes for public buildings in the
West include the following:
Ashcrofl—Public building, $25,-
(100.
Courtenay—Public building, $20,-
000.
Coquitlam—Public building, $20,-
000; Dominion public building, improvements,  repairs, etc.,  $17,000.
Pernie—Drill hall, $20,000.
Ganges Harbor—Public buildings
$5,000.
Golden—Pub.ic
000.
Grand    Forks—
$5,000,
Greenwood  —
$10,000.
Kamloops—Drill hall, $2.9,000;
new public building, $75,000.
Kelowna—Public building, $30,-
000.
Merriit —Public building, $25,000.
.Mission City—-Public building,
$20,000,
New Hazelton--- Public building,
$9,500.
North Vancouver — Drill hull,
$10,0(111,
Penticton—Public building, $20,-
000.
Prince Ruperl—Drill hall, $8,-
000; public building, $147,000;
quarantine station,  $80,000.
Revelstoke   -        Public    building.
$50,0011.
Sidney — Public building, $17,-
000,
Trail Public   building,   $20,000.
Vancouver — New detention
building, $150,000; public building
(new) improvements, $0,000; postal station "II," $124,000; postal station, .Mount Pleasant, $70,000; Dominion buildings, Improvements, repairs, etc., $5,000.
Look  for the  Rod   Tag    Prices
George D. Titc's Furniture Sale.
Save Dollars at George I). Tito's
Furniture  Sale—everything reduced.
Drapery Goods, Curtains, Poles
Carpets and Rugs—25 per cent, discount, at George I>. Tite's. flOtf
February House Furnishing Bargains—Sale Price on Print Linole
urns, 45 cents, at George 1). Tite.   tf
NAVIGABLE     WATERS      PROTBC-
TION ACT'.
R. S. C. Chapter 115.
The Imperial Oil Company hereby
give notice that it has under Section 7 of the above Act, deposited
with the Minister of Public Works at
Ottawa, and In the office of the District Registrar of the Prince Rupert
Land Registration District at Prince
Rupert, B.C., a description of ths
site and the plans of the wharf and
tyiproaoh proposed to be built in
Prince Rupert Harbor, British Columbia, in front of Waterfront
Block "G", according to registered
plan of the Townsite of the said
City of Prince Rupert deposited ln
Ihe aforesaid Land Registry Offlce
as No.  92S.
AND TAKE NOTICH that after
the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication of
this notice, tho said Imperial Oil
Company will under faction 7 of the
said Act apply to the Minister of
Public Works at his office in the City
of Ottawa for approval of the snid
site and plans and for leave to construct  Ihe said  wharf and  approach.
DATED   at   Prince    Rupert,    B.C.,
this   2nd   day   of    February,    A.    I).
1915. 4w-f4
THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY.
NVNOi'BiS      OF      COAL      MINING
^ RBGULATIONS.
Skeena    Land    District—District    of
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that I, D. Hogg,
of Queen Charlotte City, occupation
Farmer, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post.
ilanted at the south-west corner of (loodeir Island in Bearskin
Bay, llience easterly thence northerly, thence westerly, thence southerly, following shore line to point of
commencement, containing five acres
more or less.
DANIEL  HOGG,
Dated Oth February, 1915.        [13
buildings, $20,-
Public buildings,
Public     buildings,
Ceal mining rights of the Dominion in Maaitoba, Saskatchewan and
Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the
Northwest Territories and a portion
of tlle Provinco of British Columbia,
may be leased for a term of twenty-one years at an annual rental of
$1 per acre. Not more than 2,560
acres will be leased to one applicant.
Applications for a lease must be
made by the applicant in person to
the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in which the rights applied for
•re situtiH, ,..; aJUJBHI
In surveyed territory tbe land
must be described by sections, or
legal subdivisions of seotions, and
in unsurveyed territory the tract aj
plied for shall be staked out by the
applicant   himself.
Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $5, which will be
refunded if the rights applied for
are not available, but, not otherwise. A royally shall be paid on lhe
merchantahle output of the mine at
the rate of five cents per ton.
The person operating the mine
shall furnish lhe Agent with sworn
returns accounting for the full
quantity of merchantable coal mined
and pay the royalty thereon. If the
coal mining rights are not being operated, such returns should he fur
nished at least onoe a yen;
I i. - will Include I he coal
alining rights only: but the lessee
may be permitted to pari hai a whatever available surface rights uiaj bi
consldei I nei (. ry for the work-
in ; of tli< mine at the rate of $10
Form   11. : '"   ;"""-
, ,,-n   . p.,. For   full    Information   application
should be made to th • Sei r< tary   of
Form of Notice. tue  Department of the Interier,   Ot
jtawa,    or    to    any    Agent     or     Sub-
Skeena    Lund    District—District    of Agent of Dominion Lands.
Coast   Range   5. W. W. CORY,
TAKE       NOTICE      that     Edward Dcpuiy  Minister of the Interior
Chesley,   Prospector,   of   Shames,   in
RBDICBD   FARES.
Phone No. 99 is operating on a
new schedule of prices for auto line
Anywhere watt of Hays Cresk th
charge will he 9* eents; to Seal Cov
for one, rwe, er three persons th
charge will's* $1; for four or live
$1.50; to er from boats or trains
50 cents. f4tf
.WHCB.
The BanasVan Patriotic Fund.
Will theaie who need assistance
from iho aba** fund, resident ln the
city er dismrfat and whose breadwinner is en aotive service with tbe
farces of tiin Bmpire or her Allies,
kindly nortff the secretary of the
local organisation,
tf W. ti   COLLISON,
P.O. Box 735.
-3SC-'1
NOTIOK   OF   OAXCISLLATIOX     OF
RB9GRVE.
NBTICB IS HBRBBY GIVEN that
tlie Reserve existing on Detention
Island by reason of a Notice published in the British Columbia Gazette on
the 39th of May, 1912, is hereby can
celled,
R.  A.   RENWICK,
Deputy Minister (t Lands
Department of Lands,
Victoria, B.C.,
October  19th,   1914.       o2!
&Wft&aWiWiOW&^
tends to apply for permission to
lease the following described land:
Commencing at a post planted one-
quarter of a mile east of Mile Post
83 of G.T.R. from Prince Rupert on
north boundary line of railroad
right of way and about one-half
mile easterly from south-east corner
of Wm. Elson's, thence north 10
chains, thence west 10 chains, thence
south 10 chains .thence east 10
chains to the point of commencement and containing 10 acres, mors
01   ISrt.
EDWARD   CHESLBY,
Dated January 14, 1915.
Reyal   Naval  College of Canada.
The next examination for the entry of Naval Cadets, will he held at
the examination centres of th* Civil
Service Commission in May, 1916,
successful candidates joining the college on or about 1st August. Applications for entry will be received up
\o 15th April by lhe Secretary, Civil
Service Commission, Ottawa, from
whom blank entry forme can now be
obtained.
Candidates for the examination in
May next must be between the ag«s
of fourteen and sixteen on the 1st
July,  191 5.
Further details can be obtained on
application to the undersigned.
G.  J.  DESBARATS,
Deputy Minister of the Naval   Service
Department of the Naval Service,
Ottawa, January 8th, 191 i.
Unauthorized publication of tbis
advertisement will not be paid for.—
72«S8. jg2S
Daily Journal
50c per month
JAMES GILMORE
ARCHITECT
Second Ave. Near McBride St.
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Members  of  the  Prince  Rupct
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