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PRINCE   RUPERT,  D.C.,  SUNDAY, MARCH  14, 191.
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Cannonading By British
Artillery Is Fiercest
Since The War Began
London, March 13.—An eye-witness of the present lighting on the
front by the Bril ish says the cannonading of the British artillery is the
fiercest since the war started. The
men have behaved splendidly under
fire, showing lhe utmost bravery. Tho
wounded came limping back as they
were put out of action, but smiling
all the while.
Took   Prisoners.
Paris, March 13.—In the capture
of the village of Epinette yesterday
the British took four hundred prisoners, including live officers.
WILL PIT BUOYS  IN
THE SKEENA  RIVER
The Dominion Government   Steamer
Quadra Is  Now Here   on
lis Work.
The D. Cl. S. Quadra, Captain Le-
Blanc, is in port. She has arrived
from the Queen Charlotte Islands,
where for some weeks she has been
engaged in lighthouse work there.
Shef has put in a hoist at the Lan-
gara Light and lias done work in replacing  the    signals   at    Rose    Spit.
i
This  latter  undertaking   is a   trying
one, as there is no telling how long
it will take to make the necessary
landing there. With the weather oul-
side calm it will often be found that
the surf beating on the shore is
such that a boat cannot land. The
Quadra had to wait two weeks lie-
fore It got a spitable time to land.
London, March 13.—The Admiral- ( The Bteamer ,vlll See to the plac-
ty announces that the auxiliary L,g o£ bUoys in lhe Skeena River
cruiser Bayano, which was sunk,Louth while in the north. She will
was torpedoed Thursday of. Wight- also loolt after various other ligllts
onshire. Only eight officers and eight- in thIa vicinity. Gordon Halkett, the
een men oul of her crew of 20(1 were superintendent of lights, is on hoard
rescued. iK_,. on thlg tr<Pi
The Belfast steamer Caslle Reagb  o	
was  prevented   from  coming  lo   her (jooi)  SINGING  AT
AUXILIARY CRUISER BAYANO
VICTIM OK A TORPEDO
Submarine  Prevented  Another   Ves-
vesl Going to   Assistance of
Her.
rescue     by
chased her.
submarine,     which
THE EMPRESS THEATRE
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Rogers left
last nigln for Skagway, where Mr,
Rogers will fill a position with the
White  Pass &  Yukon Railway.
GENERAL LOUIS BOTHA
IS MAKING  PROGRES
In South  Allien   British  Plug  Is Up-
ing Carried  Into German
Territory.
General Louis Botha's campaign
against German Southwest Africa,
which has almost been lost sight of
owing to the bigger events in Europe
and  Asia, is progressing.
One of Botha's armies, advancing
in "the soutli, is reported Io have occupied a German camp north or
of the border and to have captured
a large number of tents, provision. ,
clothing, and transport animals.
These
Management   Has Decided lo Pul on
n Matinee   on  Monday
Afternoon.
FEARS FELT AS TO     INSTRUCTIONS \Russion 4
WALTER McB. SMITH!       TO THE CUSTOMS!
WELL-KNOWN      YOUNG     PRINCE
RUPERT    DOT    .MAY     BE
AMONG KILLED.
Only Son of Vernor W. Smith   May
Have Met His Death at
Front,
There are fears felt in the city
that Walter McB. Smith, the only
son of V. W. Smith, so well known
here, may have met his fate with
the Canadian soldiers at the front.
Vancouver papers a few days ago
contained the information that the
death of Private Walter J. Smith of
the 16th Battalion, Overseas Force,
was announced from Ottawa. He was
a   member   of    the    "2nd    Seaforth
JARV1S McLEOD,   COLLECTOR  AT
THIS  PORT,   HAS  BEEN
WIRED.
Arrangements   Can   lie   ..lade   With
Him at Once ill Fishing
Mailers.
rmies Are
Making Good Progress
In Spite Of Enemy
EARLY  RESIDENTS OF
CITY  LEFT YESTERDAY
Thai no time is being lost in get- i
ti(.g Prince Rupert all the benefits
possible under the new regulations
relating to the landing of foreign-
caught fish here is borne out by the
facl. that the local collector of customs, Jarvis McLeod, has been instructed by wire from Ottawa In the
matter.
If. S. Clements, M.P., is not going
to  let  Prince  Rupert  lose    anything
Highlanders of Vancouver and went that can be goi for her under these
with the first contingent. The next regulations if he can help it. That
of kin is given as Mrs. W. .T. Smith, L characteristic of the Member for
his mother, who lives at 1011 Homer Lie district and he has had the mat-
Street. Ler dealt with energetically. Ac-
While there are a number of mis-Uordingly the collector has been noti-
takes in the initials connected with!fietl Dy wjre how to proceed,
the announcement, there are some
features which make it highly probable that the soldier who has fallen
Is Walter Smith, formerly of here.
The second initial in (ho published
item does not correspond with Walter Smith of here. The mother's Initials are incorrect also if they apply
to Mrs.  V.  W, Smith.
Arthur .1.   Smith,  the  brother   of
V. W, Smith, who lives here, is in
doubt about the matter. One point
that leads him to believe that it
may be his nephew who has been
killed its the fact that when the first
contingent left Vancouver he search-
The Empress Theatre, which only e(I fnr the namo of Walter, whom he
re-opened Iliis week, is coming rap- believed was with the Vancouver
idly Into favor. Last night it had a 1"ota- "f fo»n'' mil».v Smiths, but
full  house nnd  the  Introduction   of no Walter.    Later lie found that his
Those who wish to take advantage of the regulations and have
bonded warehouses duly authorized
should get in touch- with Mr. McLeod, who will make all the necessary arrangements for the carrying
out of that essential end, The collector has all the instruction and
will act promptly.
 . o	
March    House    Furnishing    Bar-
I gains—Sale   Price   on   Print    Linole-
juins, 4..   cents, at George D. Tite's.
Save Dollars at George D. Tite's
Furniture  Sale—everything  reduced.
A. ,1. Morris and Wife Have Gone lo
Eflmonton to
Reside,
By yesterday's G. T. P. train   Mr.
and Mrs. A. .1. Morris left the city
for Edmonton, where they will reside. A good number of friends
gathered to see them off. They have
been residents of Prince Rupert
from very early times and (heir removal is regretted,
Under present conditions Mr. Morris has found that the business of his
firm, J. Pierey, Morris, can be better
handled from the Prairie City. It
is felt also that the climate ot Edmonton may suit Mr. Morris better.
Petrograd, March 13.—At North
Simue we routed a small German detachment with our cavalry. We look
some prisoners in  the fight and  two
guns.
ln the vicinity of Kopciewe hostile columns found themselves under
the fire of our artillery and suffered
serious losses.
In the Carpathians in Galicia a
fierce snowstorm with deep snowdrifts hindered operations. Nevertheless we forced the Austrians to
retire.
.MOTHER
FORTNIGHT  WILL
: DARDANELLES OPEN
DENIES THAT HOLLAND
CONTEMPLATES  WAR
Tlie Allied Forces Will P,e in Sea of
Marmora  by the  End   of the
Month.
Pffl'Is,     Mai i -      I... — Tin      allied
forces   will  enter  the  Sea    of   Mar-
i, ..■!,,„!,   '.,-,:,-,:„ ;:,:.  i .,..:.-.!.    ,     „ mt"'a  in    a    ^nighl    if   the   land
in Resolve to Protect Her jf"ree? lnalatain  their advance.   The
Rj„Ilts Anglo-French   battleships  are   boin,-
1 bard ing the last nine fmis.
first-class singing proved a great attraction. The management announce
that the vocal numbers will be continued In future. Last night the
singer was loudly applauded and
forced to give an encore.
In the afternoon a large number
of children took advantage of Ibej
matinee. It lias been decided to pul
on another matinee on Monday afternoon nl the popular price of 10
cents. There will be ln addition to
the pictures, vocal selections, as In
the "veiling.
The  managemenl   lias   Introduced     '' 'hvergy
young   girl   ushers    in    the    theatre
nephew   left    after    the    main    contingent with a second complement of
I Continued  on  Page  Four.1
Reports    reaching   Holland    from      Seventy-nine sweepers are at work
the   United   States  and  otlier   conn
clearing the channel,
tries indicate   thai    the   belief    has      The  bridge  from    Chanak    Keles-
lieen   spreading    recently    that    the si to Gallipoll, for transporting
Netherlands  is  about  to enter    Into plies and ammunition,  has been de-
hostilities.     Semi-official    circles    al stroyed   !•>   the  gun   fire  of the  Al-
The Hague declare that such reports lies.
are without foundation,  li  is assert-!    The  foils af   Smyrna    were   bom-
i
ed   tbat Holland's attitude  of   com- barded, and  the  Inhabitants   Bed  to
plete   neutrality   has   nol    changed, the interior.
but she continues determined to pro-
Groceries—Our prices are the low.! feci, her national rights
est in town. You will save money o"
almost every article. Give ns a tria
order today. Phone 12,1. Prompt de
livery. Mussalleni & Co., 42!. Fifth
Ave. East.
British Ships Suffer
From Torpedo Attacks
Off English Coast
Henry Van Dyke, the
Minister, referring to
said: "Naturally, tbe various declarations have caused considerable
anxiety among tbe neutral nations,
which, like Holland anil the United
States, have large commercial Interests. But I see no signs whatever of
any change In the attitude "f Holland.
"She   is   Loth   peaceful    and    calm
The    Turkish   marksmanship   has
improved owing to German gunners
American arrivtng,  but   their   ammunition   is
reports deteriorating,   Many   of their   shells
fail  to explode.
captures, according lo the re- The three-piece orchestra  is a high-
port, showed that tlie .evacuation of
the Germans had been a hasty one.
class     i ('    and    provides   excellent
music,
Taylor Is Elected Mayor
Vancouver, March 13,—L, D, Taylor was again elected mayor
In tbe contest today. The vote stood:— Taylor, _,..._; Hepburn,
4,666,  Whiteway, 85.    Taylor'., majority Is 1,188 over Hepburn.
The North Sea, !' an-
nel    and     the   Irish .    the
scenes of  the   three disasters,  in   oiio
London,   March   13.—The    Adiiiii-
ilty announces thai  the British col-
has    been    toi'petloi-i!
and sunk off the coast of England, of which   '■',"  members of a crew i
All of the crew were saved. 38 perished, Tho raid of the under
The announuemenl says thai sine>"<"' boata l"'!'"' in <1'" N'ort1' pra
tin   tenth   ot   March   seven    BritishH* Scarborough  with  the sinking of
Arrivals  Hotel  Prince  Rupert.
Dili ii  Mitchell, Granby; J, T. Cam-
ipion,  Granby;   P.   L.    McNeill.   Vau-
•■:   r,  E, Goldberg,  Vancouver;
B.   P.   VVhltaker     Winnipeg;    T.    \.
Morrison,     M.D.,     Regina:     B.     VV
Fleming,   Vancouver;    I..    Portmnn
and  as strongly resolved  as  ever to Edmonton;   Mrs.  L,   M.   Kern,  Ways-
d" a" iM '"''' l'ower "' Preserve her| .,,„.,.   ,;    ,-.   y.-.lul Smlther.,   s   „
Murphy, Smithers;  F. Ft. Pun is, Pa-
" j'-ilic;  W, II, La  Mothe, Pacific;  lien-
Polee, ry Robbins, Edmonton; ('apt. Q, Po.
neutrality and maintain  her i igPts." ■ ■
Draper}'   Goods,    Curtains,
■ Carpets ami Rug-—-215 per cent. <ll. - h-Minor,    Vancouver;     M.     Wllem
count al George 1'. Tile''-. , rContinued on   Page Four.)
ships have been torpedoed. Three ol
these v ere sunk. Tlie sinking Is not
'onlirnic'l of two others.
Submarines  Busy.
the Tangistan.
A   few   hours  later,    the
Blackwood   was   blown   up
steamei
in   th
Engll   -   Channel,   and   three   hours
and   fifteen   minutes   afterward    tin   j
German     submarines     apparently Learner   Princess   Victoria   was
ave  been  active  in   their   quest    forL , h(. , ,„,,  .-,„„  mlIea  ,-,.„„,
gi ships or enemy powers. tile Tangistan  weul   to  her  dooi '
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On .March 10 three steamers were ths Irish  Sea  off Liverpool,  All   th
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Empress Theatre
Ottawa Won Hockey Cup
Ottawa, March 13.—In the hockey series of matches today the
score was: Ottawa, 0; Wanderers, I. Ottawa has won the cup.
They will play Vancouver ln the world series on March 22.
sank by them at widely separated
spots ln the waters off the western,
southern and eastern coasts of England, while another steamer escaped
a similar fate only through the use
of superior speed  lo that  of a  sub-
crews of the vessels excepl tl e Tani
islan  were saved.
.\  submarine chased  the   steamer
Clan .Macrae for twenty-live minutes
off [he .Mersey bar in the Irish Si
but speed and zig-zag steering save
MATINEE   MONDAY   AFTERNOON — IOc  AN.   PART   OF   Hoi SE
EVENING   PROGRAMME   WILL  INCLUDE  EXCELLENT   MOVING
PICTURE  Nl'MHERS
S
:i
8
W»«tKi«.Hj«*<wSM^ and steering a zig-zag course   her
COMPLETE  < II IN    "     :    VOCAL SELF! TIONS
GOOD   ORCII1 ST1'
-popi'i. \i; PRICES
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PRINCE   RtiMHCT   J© .WW. A],
prince Huper* journal
Telephone 138.
O. H. NELSON,  Editor.
lifelong ambition is promised her,
and with it an opportunity to play a
leading part in the new world-drama
that  will  ensue   when   the  place    of
the Turk  in  Europe is taken bv   a
Office:    128   Third    Avenue   East,
near McBride Street. Telephone 188:  m0*> Progressive and energetic race.
Postofllce Box 607.
DAILY   EDITION.
Published    every   morning    except,
Monday.  Delivered by  carrier  in  thej
city  at the following rate, If paid  in i
advance: —
One  Year    ir' '"'
Six   Months       *2'50
Three  Months    81.25
If    not    paid    In    advance,
per Month   	
WEEKLY   EDITION.
Published  every  Friday  for  circulation   outside   the   City   of   Prince g0,„
Rup.ert at $2.00 a year, addressed to I
points in Canada; or 83.00 a year to
all   points   In the United   Kingdom,
the   United'States or other   foreign
countries.
Advertising  Rates Upon  Application
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I  Product No.
SPLENDID  FOK  PLUMBSRN
.O.nO
LA T0URAIKE HAD
INTERESTING RECORD
THE     FRENI II       VESSEL      TOOK
III;I:  IN    MID-OCE.A-.'— HAD
MANY   EXPERIENCES,
if |he  Episodes Thai  the
Has Experienced Are
Recounted.
Ship
Contains about 11 ^   lbs.
$1.50
The sale of Product No. 99 is strictly
confined to tbe high .class sup»ly
houses. Its cost of manufacture is
therefore not affected by Dept. or
"price cutting store" influeB.e thai
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
CLOfiHED UP DRAIN PIPES
"00" destroys accumulations  if  lint,    paper,    cloths,
grease,  vegetables, soap, trull and many others,   li
DON'T ARGUE
flues  plumbing.
DON'T    PUT   OFF
hair,    slime.
harmless (<>
TEST   IT
Sunday, March 14,   I91t
MANY  LETTER  WRITERS.
This is the time when "dyed-ih-
thv-.wool Grits," "life-long Liberals."
ami "Conservative haters" pen letters full of spleen to be printed in
the Liberal organ under such deceptive signatures a a "Disgusted Conservative," and "Independent
servativc." These letters
lmprinl  of bein
Con-
bear    the
cut off by the inch
and  used  in the hope
the public.
of   deceiving
RUSSIA'S  INCENTIVE.
The brilliant success of the British and French Heels in reducing tlie
outer Turkish forts on the Dardanelles, with (lie promise of further
BU, cess along the road to Constantinople, is unquestionably one of the
mosl important results of the war io
date, The quick influence exerted
upon  the   world's  wheat   market
by
this operation Is an evidence of its
fair-Teaching importance.
\, - oli on is i redited « Ith savin;.'
,: | the Power which controlled
Constantinoph would control the
world. But Vhla did nol apply to the
Turk: :   and    it   will    nol    apply    to
!;     ... i.  Thai   will  gi      s ■    idea  of
. irl   ti e "1 the city.
For centuries it hi bi en I tie Russian goal. The southern area of
i, la Is fertih and productive, and
the lack of a ready ou.let has always congested the domestic market in this region, particularly
around the Black Sea. Russia am!
\ nia have evei had an eye on
Constant! to ile and in i ye on each
i
The chan In thi official British
attitude regarding Russia's rights is
supported by a change in the attitude of the British public, and, indeed, the outside world in general
regarding Russia in modern limes
The opinion has grown, like wildfire
since  the ivar   turned   tlie
.   archlighl   on  Russia, thai   she   lias
d    wonderfully    In    recent
tinn     - - l   I: ia! old    R      la    of
h ni]     and   pogromi
nioi - . T ile o| Inlon i-1 l: ti   cl on
	
Donald  Macl    izli    Wi I
ice, oui i  lius-
nlm   'ii : ic  "iii
isli  ; t they havi   no reason
in p.   ashamed to be lighting in tha
same ranks v Ith the subjects ol the
,       i .    how   the  friendly attitude
Russian    Emperor    towards .
Great  Britain,  he states  that,  when
former   war  was waging, a foreign
monarch     undoubtedly    the    Kaiser,
; .li   Sir   Donald   does    not    name
him -   ed  to  Russia   that   she
mo'.   againsl  Britain's possessions In
!■:-   .    and  the  Empi ror   refused
In   do   BO,
With Constantinople promised as
a prize of victory, Russia has a more
Importanl territorial gain to make,
as a resull of the war, than any
Dtl ■ i- of the alien nations. From
on, no well-informed observer
will doubl ' lial Hi: da Is In the war
■   iv  last.  Realization  of her
La Touralne, which was reported
on file in mid-Atlantic a week ago,
and which reached port safely, Is
one of ihe older trans-Atlantic liners, and many local people have traveled on her. She is under tlie command of Captain Caussin, and was
] built in 1890, and at that time was
looked upon as one of the finest
ships afloat. She is operated by Cie
Generale Transatlantique, of Havre,
France.
Since she was launched, La Tour-
aine has played an important part
in the history of ocean travel. She
arrived in New York on October 2S,
1913, with 12 persons whom she
rescued from the Uranium linor Vol-
turno, whicli burned at sea with the
loss of 132 lives. Captain CaussinB
was one of the first commanders of
a rescue steamer to get a boat in
a heavy sea to aid ill rescue work.
The captain and crew were decorated with medals for their bravery on
this occasion.
It was th'e captain of La Tour, ine
who warned the ill-fated Titanic of
the presence of icebergs in her
courSe.
Once before the- steamer was
threatened by fire when flames
were discovered in the staterooms
while sin- lay at her dock in Havre
on January 21, 1913. There were
no passengers aboard and the damage was not serious. She was withdrawn from service for a time in
I:"' beeausi "I serious damage to
her machinery. Tlie discovery was
made just before she was due to
-ail from New York. On another oc-
casion a number of her crew was
killed by the bursting of a steam-
pipe.
When the European war began Hie
entire carrying capacity of La Tour-
aine was reserved for Americans
struggling for passage home from
France. She arrived in New York
December 18, 1914, :!'! hours over
due because of hurricanes she encountered. High seas swept her
decks while tlie passengers were
battened down below.
Tlie steamer is 520 feet long, wit
'■'   beam of  :,ii  feel  and  a   depth   of!
34.8 feot.
i
This preparation lias been so generally successful in clearing
drains that it is'bought over and over again by those who have
tried it, but inasmuch as no on can know the actual condition existing within a pipe, it is absoutely impossible for. the manufacturer or tlie dealer to guarantei  .1    result.
PRODUCTS CO., NEW YORK
'OR SALE  BY
G. T. P. S. 3.
Sailings for Vancouver
Victoria and Seattle
8J-.   Prince George  every  1'rktoy at !) a.m.
H.S. Prace John at 7 p.m. on Sunday,.March     1-1, 28, etc.
Fer Manet, anil Port Clements S.S. Prince John JO p.m. Saturday,
March   IS, 20, etc.
For Skidegate, Lackcport, etc., S.S. Prince John 11 p.m. Sunday,
Marcl   7, _tt, etc.
Pw Stewart and Naas River S.S. Prince John » a.m. Wednesday,
March    IO, 21, etc.
For Anyo.v (Granby Ray) S.s. Prime George midnight every Wednesday.
G.T.P.  RAIL ..AY SCHEDULE
'-'ruins  leave  Prince   Rupert   fa Prince George, Edmonton, Melville,
Winnipeg, etc., at  10 a.m.,  Wodnesdnys  and   Saturdays,   connecting  with   trains  foi   St. Paul, Chlcngo and all  points   east.
Trains arrive  from  the  east  on Thursdays and Sundays al 0.30 p.m.
CHEM
!.'.f   Freni Chicago to Toronto, Hamilton
T.  RAILWAY  SYSTEM
The  Double-truck    Route
Buffalo,
Montreal,   etc.,   etc.   q
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Till-;   RKL1AULE   PLUMBER ,
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Coal, Cement, Plaster and Brick
AND A C'::?LETE LINE OF BUILDERS' SUPPLIES'
f*_tf»t
Prince Rupert
Telephone 186   8
_H_-_.H.>ft<fi. >.-(><_ W^..C:-_8_-_«.
For reservations, tickets and lull information regarding travel to
any part of (he world apply to Hie G.T.P. Ticket Oflice, Third
Avenue;  Agency all Atlantic Steamship  Lines.
BOB_£_ti3S_X_iS_F_.i^
Canadian Pacific Railway
PRINCESS MAQUINMA,
SOUTHBOUND FRIDAY, 8 P.M.
PRINCESS MAY
SOUTHBOUND, 8 P.M. SUNDAY
Third  Ave.   and   Fourth    St.
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ice Rupert Lumber Co.
PRINCK RUPERT
St.  Patrick's  Day.
On   March   17,  ;::.   Patrick's   Day,
n   will  be a annul concert  given
in    the    v estholme     Theatre,     The
rainme "ill i„. of il e usual hif
mar.. If
Alll Cl'lisi
In   Tho  .lourna!
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REGIMENTAL ORDERS,
08th Regiment  Earl Grey's Own
Rifles.
ORDERS by  Major .1.  II.  .McMullin,  Commanding,   March   •'!.
1916:
Parades—"A" Company will
parade al the Exhibition Buildings mi Friday, March the 12th,
al 7:46 p.m.
it" Company will parade al
the Exhibition Building on
Thursday, March I lib, al 7:4a
p.m.
W. .-'   MARSHALL, Lieut.
Aii ink Adjutant.
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Send for Five Roses
COUPON
6Wlt    Ut*»    ""'I    AJdtr-w     plainly
"'( (ohm io eoctoK Ten Coi1.1
Cook. Book—
BEING A MANIML OF OOOD REC__>ES carefully
cliCMcn .focn the ronlnhut&ODt oi ovor two thousand
-ip r -. .'..! uicts td Fiv*. Htna Flow th-ouglviur Canada.
Also IA Hiil Noes an i\k vert-fin rtrtnca.of good tWnEi
lo eat. all ol which have been, carefully ttmked and
rtx.-jeered by competent authority.
Minis, your Envelope In UK£ Of IHE WOODS H1UJHG CO. LW_I__, WKH1PEC
Distributors
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Sailings for Granby, Simpson arid the Pleas
Sundays at Midnight'
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HEAD   OFFICE:   MONTREAL ESTABLISHED   18(i!l
Capital    :« u,,-,(io,ooo
Reserved   Fund $ 12,600,000
Total   Assets     $185,000,000
Savings Hunk Department—sf. 1 will open an account
|    Branches   Throughout   Canada and Banking Connections With All
5 Parts of the United States. Agents Throughout the World.
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CLEAN UP AND PAINT UP NOW
O-CEDAR     MOPS,  O-CEDAR  MOP  POLISH
ALABASTINB   SANITARY  WALL  COATING
WATER HOSE, GARDEN TOOLS,   WATERING  CANS
MARTIN-SENOUR   100   PER  Ci-  .T.   PURE  PAIN,
PAINT BRUSHES,  LAWN MOWERS AND GRASS SHEARS
■CARPET    BEATERS,   GARBAGE   PAILS
WINDOW   SCREENS, SCREEN  DOORS
—AT Till.—
KAIEN HARDWARE CO.,
608 Third Av.
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Prince Rupert Transfer Co.
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Coal, Furniture Moving, Baggage
and Heavy Teaming
W. J.  CRAWFORD, Manager
PHONE 566 ofllce and Uesidence:
1000 THIRD AVE.
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The Morning Journal
50 cents per Month """•■'-   *•.-..-  ... .,,.. .
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HOW BRITISH
ARMY IS FORMED
INFANTRY     DIVISION     CONSISTS
OE   TWELVE   BATTALIONS
AND "ACCESSORIES.
The Way  in Which the   Forces
Divided for Active
Service,
Are
ments each ol' six battalions. This
infantry brigade has medical and
supply  service   and   machine   guns,
a
but no  Held artillery.
Cavalry brigade—In our army
three regiments each of three field
squadrons   ot    approximately    150
i men. Abroad two regiments'each ot
live or six squadrons. With each cavalry brigade there are machine suns
and signallers.
Artillery    brigade    Three    batter-
j les, howitzers or field guns ■ ■ eh
battery of six suns, with about   200
■   •    Minor Units.
File—Two  men.
Section—Cavalry, four men; infantry, one-eighth of a company
(about 30 men);, artillery, 2 guns
and tlieir crews and wagons; medical corps, IS Red Cross wagons, their
stretcher bearers, doctors and orderlies.
Field ambulance—Three sections
of medical corps,
1'laioon—__ quarter company oi
Infantry.
FM1M   _VK_-W_.r   JO _._SN>__L
scribes a British fighting unit, but Is I idly   creatii
used  to  describe    regiments   which
split into infinitesimal parts, are distributed  all  over  a   fighting    force
Sunday,  March  14,  1915.
i.e., army service corps, Royal army
medical corps, army veterinary
corns, and army ordnance corps; the
last deals'only with the materials of
war, and furnishes everything from
filters to firearms.
an    adverse    balance,
which  threatened  to  become   larger.
Tbe  consequence of  this  course   of
when    the    storm
Column—A   foi
 any  .;-■   ■
tlie march,  A   11\ Ision, for Instani ■■
j when, making a strategical advance,
A   British    army   usually   consists
of   three   to   four The   ""'"'   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
following   explains   the   constituent!     !!" "■' '"n     !'"'"'   ' ■   :";    '       '   Corps, about 100
Com] :     :'."■ i l
twei n   1 80  and  200
action was that
hurst the banks were in a sound and
strong position. By the wise and
prudent measures adopted by the
Dominion Government confidence
was given to the community at large
and  any  possibility Of a  panic B   - ..•
ed.
Tlie    cautious    policy    which     the
Bank of Bi itish  North  An i   lea   bad
Kugines   Iniatnlled   and    ticnerul
Repairs
Oxy-Acetylene  Plant    in    Connection
Phone  Red  15(1 Third Avenuf
engineers,    bc-imil-v move >n ,K" or three columns, always     followed,     continued     tii.
Army   Service Artillery. chairman,  was  nol       n i tenl    with
llarge   earnings.    The    managemenl
parts:-''
Army corps—Two or three divisions, usually two active and one of
reserve.
Infantry division Twenty thousand men is the smallest tactical
unii which possesses -ill arms. H Is
normally of 12 battalions, and has
from _(i to 72 nun*, besides field
companies of engineers, medical,
supply, Signal, and transport services. The#cavalry with the division
is usually two squadrons, but in
some eases more.
Cavalry division—Two to four
brigades of cavalry and one to four
batteries of horse artillery, besides
mounted engineers and auxiliary
services. The normal foreign cavalry division has 4,500 men and a j aeroplanes.
combatant  strength  of  3,500 sabres, |     Aeroplane   and
ions of reg [liars or Bin cial  reserve
or several battalions of Territorials;
ca .airy Iliree s luadrons.
Batl .';"ii     1,033 i ud men,
Company—- Infantry,    120    men: l
mo  nti ■' i";  nl   ',  i !0 men,
  ......     six    '.::':-
and  15 4  men.
Battery    208   ol   all    ranks,    23-il
horses and  six g ins.
Patrol-—A  reconnoitring   party  ol
quite a few horses and men.
Advanced guard —Usually,aboul  a<
sixtli  of the main army.
Outpost—This varies from a  com
pany  of  mon   to  •   large  force,    depending  solely   upon" circumstances
Flying Corps,
Miscellaneous Terms.
Train—Indicates  all  the   baggage
!:uu!  Impedimenta of an army which
is  not  carried   with   the   first   line
Battery  Is com] osi d   as   follow i:
Horse    artllh ry,   six    i '■'.-, ounder
had denied  themsel. et   ■     ortunitles
[of  adding  profits  because they    fell
_, ,,       .,,,      .  , ,       :ij.i   their lirst duty was to maintain
Id   artilli I-.   six    18-poundere1
uns, 208 officers and  men.
'TV. * Six
and 203 office
^^^^^^^^   and  ni'-ii.
transport.    Usually    Includes    water!     Howitzer, six 5-inch guns and 191
and   small   at ins   ammunition   carts, ,;|!:'-v!'s and nun.
ooks'  parts of travelling kitchens.        Heavy, four "long turns" and  17!
Patrol—A   reconnoitering    cavalry oncers and men.
detachment,     containing      anything!     Garrison     artillery,
j. H. HILD1TCH
Cor.lractor and BuUdei
Estimates given on nil classes ol
work, whether small or large. Pen
Bonn I attention given  to every  Item.
PHONE GREEN 321
FREDERICK  PETERS,  B.C.
Barrister, Solicitor and Notary Publii
from two men to a squadron.
Piquet—A term as elastic as "pa
trol," donating an infantry guard in
front   of  a   stationary   army  or    de
, tachment.
Outpost—Hay consist of anything
from  a  company to a  big  force   of
iull  arms.    Its  size  and   constitution
are  determined  by  its duties  which
Aeroplane    squadron
Twelve! are   to    ward    off   an    enemy    long
enough   to  allow   Ihe   army    in   (he
squadron tear to make all its dispositions for
12 guns and  eighl  machine guns.      Two airships and two kites. defence or attack.
i
Infantry    brigade--In    our   army      An airship battalion in the British]     Advance      guard—Usually
four battalions, each    1,000   strong, army consists of  from  20 to 30 of- sixth of the main army.
In   most   foreign
i variable
quantity, according to the men and
guns on the size of tlie forts manned.
In the French army a battery consists of four guns.
A brigade consists, in tlie ease of
horse artillery, of two batteries and
ammunition column (071 officers
and men aild 756 horses), in the
ease of field artillery of three batteries and ammunition column (793
men and 733 horses), in the case of
field howitzer artillery, of three bat
teries and ammunition column.
Shell—A   hollow   metal    projectile
fired by artillery, containing a bursting charge, which  is exploded   by  a
ime or percussion fuse,
Shrapnel—A shell filled with bullet,  and  containing  a  small   burst-
Office tn
EXCHANGE  HI.OCK
ing charge just sufficient to split the
,   ,, ,      , , i     ,   ,, ,      J both  federal  and  provincial
shell open and release the bullets at!
credll   and   the safety of  the hank.
Tl e appropriation for provision
againsl bad debts had been increased $55,000 for 1.1-1. The searchlight of war revealed some tendei
spots. Failures lag! year were double In amount those of the previous
year. The directors had been obliged
to forego adding to the reserve
fund, but had carried forward $170,-
000 as compared with $110,000 in
1913.
Alluding to tlie position of Canada as a whole the chairman said
that one had to try to realize what
it meant to the Dominion, after
borrowing $200,000,000 year by
year, to find this supply of capital
absolutely cul off. "1 am sure the
only conclusion to reach is that Canada has stood up strongly under
these circumstances of extraordinary
difficulty.' The effort though has only
begun and  will have to be niainlain- _^^^^^^_^____——____—————,
,  , iP.O. Boi  1714 Telephone 44.
ed  because the cost  will   he   heavy.
Already   we   hear   of    war    taxation,! RITCHIE,     AGNEW!    &.    CO.
DR. GILROY, DENTIST
Crown  and   Bridge Work a
Specialty
Ollire:  Smith   Block,   Third   Avunu.
A. FAILDS, H.I. H.E.
Consul'.iig Alining Engineer
Examinations   and    deielopuieut    of
Coal, Metal, Oil. Ktc.
709 Duiismiiii  St.       Vancouver, B.C
HAIRDRESSINC
PARLORS
Massage,    Manicuring,   Scalp   Treatment,  Electric  Treatments,  Etc
Mrs.   .V.  I .  Handnsyde, Prop.
211  Third St PRINCE RUPER1
JP.O. Boi  1714
any given point.
CANADIAN BANKS WERE
FOUND   WELL  PREPARED
Cnairmi_n of   the   Bank   of   British
North Amerlc:   Tells   of Their
Conservative  PoUcy,
As a hopeful sign for. the future,
Mr. Hoare noted that every province
was doing its-utmost to Increase the
area under cultivation and thai
prices received for farm produce
would  be much above the average.
The chairman  added  that   to   the
JHaiilt  of  rsritisli   North   America
new  tax  on  note  circulation    would
mean one per rent, of their dividend.
'''■ . Idin -  :.'   ihe  annual   meetin .I
the  Bank  of  British   North   Am-      Morel
•in, Chairman 10. A. Hoare men- I). Tite's, all departments. R
Honed thai 95 members of the staff|discounts for cash.
!:ad joined the overseas force: ani
that all were now on active service,
The Bank subscribed $25,000 to the
Canadian Patriotic and Red Cross
unds.
Turning to financial matters the
chairman said that for a year or
more before the outbreak of war
Canadian banks had  fo'lowed a pol-J
it   George
tecord
Civil Engineers und Surveyors
Prince  Rupert,  B.C.
Waterworks, Water Power, Whart
-ODStruction, Reports, Plans, Domin-
on and Provincial Land Surveying,
Slectric Blue Prinliug, Negatives an.
White Prints
 I SALE
OF CENT.'S FURNISHINGS
BOOTS. SHOES, Etc.
lie ll.  Hoffman, Prince Rnpert,   As
signed.
Pttone  Blue  183 P.es.  Phone 39.
UP-TO-DATE
UNDSArS CARTAGE & STDRJEBL
O. T.   P.   CARTA.II.   AGENTS
331    SECOND    AVENUE
JINGLE POT COAL
It handled  by us. .4.11 orders recelvi
prompt attention   Phone No. HS
iry of restriction, for the inevitable
reaction after a long period of Im-
petuous progress was already making Itself felt. They did nol curtail
Ihe reasonable and legitimate re-
o,uirements of customers bill endeavored to control speculative
transactions, • Canada   was then  rap-
udweis
175,000,000 Bottles Yearly
That was the demand for Budweiser last
year.
The Anheuser-Busch Plant covers today
more than 142 acres:— equal to 70 city
blocks. It gives steady employment to
6,000 people, and to 1,500 more in its
branched.
Every process, every room, la Immaculate,
Every bottle Is P
This Quality-Plant, started nearly 50 yeai .
ago, is a model of mod. rn I icllities.
The hundreds of visitors who |,o through
every day know thai nothing of Its kind
could be made any Lett:.a- than Budweiser.
Anheuser-Busch, St. Louis
The Largest Plant of Its Kind
in tlie World
v   S3    • £
Jyifc, jmhi.
.,"_.!     _.-_-.''.I   '.,'■ .a !a a.'- a-"-.-'-.IJ ,',"<.,l -'
Some .ol the Principal
Buildings
 »-.£___. life- iajtT' "*■ s_.   ?-:".{['.   .
'   '!.__£.'  -■ . -.59
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PRINCE RUPERT IMP. CO.
Distributors PRINCE RUPERT, B. C.
JliilDS!
VtfrieB.
The flnniiriiaii  Patriotic Fund.
.VIM Hinne who need asslstan.i
ft om the above fund, reeUent In tbe
rily or d+lfrfcl and svkus" bread
winner is on active service with Mil
forces ol ,: En p.:e or 1 er Alii"--
kin*)   notify    il-'-   ■•:,-<. 'Clary     ,f    thi
li mi organisation.
if iv. f.   COLLISON
P.O. Boi 7.1'
Notice Is hereby -■■' en thai on the
.'.;--t day of April ih-.-I application
".ill I,,' made to the Buperintondeni
of Provincial Police and to the
Board of License Commissioners foi
Hi" CItj of Prince Ruperl for per
mission to change the site of the
wholesale liquor business now car
i i"d on by the undersigned company
trom its presenl premises, d imi I]
Lots 16 and IT, Block I I, Section I
situate on Second Avenue, Cltj of
Prince Rupert, to premises situate
on Lots 16 and 16, I'.Iock 32, Sec-
lion i. on Fraser Street, in the City
■ if Prince Rupert.
Dal d this -'Till or February, A.D
1!)1.-|.
[leaver  Wl ol - ale   Liquor   Comi an,
of  Prince  Rupert,   Ltd.
!8m_ C.  A.   3WEET,  Mgr
.EI DEB   -Stock
con       ■ ■ Boot:       hoes,    Hats,
,:uits, and Gents' Furnishings, all in
first-class order. The stock and stork
sheets can be Inspect ! al the store
on Second Avenue. Tuesday. Wednesday, Tliursd: y, and Friday,
9th, 10th, 1 1th, and 12th Mare!,
i - i '- ll ly i . - en the hours of
in and noon each day. Tenders to
he iii hands of Liquidator, James
Roj Pacifl Building, Hi tings St,
\v., Vancouver, B, (' , by aoon
March   I6tb,  1915,
Phone   93. P.D.   Box  38
Pacific Cartage Limited
General   Teaming
Furniture  .Moving  a  Speeialty.
When you liny COAL buy the BEST
— Lady, i:iitli   Lump   or   Comox
Washed  Nut.
The Queen Charlotte
Oi. Fields Limited
Oflice will open today iu l,:iw-llutlci
Building foi  sale of a limited
amount  of   Treasury  Stock
GEO.  P.   MACDONALD,   SecTreas.
'"■-
HI.   HIGH ■ • ING   I''
l)l'( . '     VIM.' VOUB
Besl   Quality   Domcstii    Lunij
$0.50 Per Tom
-I     N ifl   I ii.il
$6,715 Per Ti ll
DEIalVBRBP
■
—Til I-:—
Union   Transfer  Co.j
Prince Rupert, B.C., Phone 3fl
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HAYNER BROS
Pioneer Funeral  Directors and
I-!nili.,loie: ■■       Open     fay     und
Mujlit.    Ladh s'     i- i'i  in     in
Attendiince.
I HONE 86,    7 1" I HIRD AVE.
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. i   i
Prince; Rupert Journal
SOc. per Month
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\    L-;   Rand,  1'iesiiient. J. S. Pearce, Mana  tr
THE PRINCE RUPERT SASH
AMD DOOR COMPANY LTD.
MANUFACTUIMlRS
S   Mil
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_________________________
C.    DOOKB,   SASH,   MA.STI.I'.S,   MOBlrDI.NGS,     SCROIJ        A.'     lit M
ti    SAWING. AMI   M.i, KINDS OF   1'IMWIIM fi,     .■'•
r:
PICE  IIVI    .IIS.  BOUSE  I1XI.I   I  i«. KiHAV \'
(      '■' '.etorv  and (Hlice
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Sunday,  March  14,  1015.
PRINOE   RUPERT   JOURNAL
GRANITE
1RANITE of best  quality  and  thoroughly tested  for sale
Cut   Stoue   or  Crushed   Hoik   in
Quantities
O.IL.1   McLEOD      Phone Glenn 21*
^ocemhsFcoT"
fresh  Fish Arriyiui; Every Day    i
>itsldo Oi ders Proniptl. Attend. 1 To
VERY OPTIMISTIC
REGARDING CITY
T.   II.
GlEMOCft,   OF   WINNIPEG,
IS IMPRESSED   \\ i tli
\
PRIM I.  li   . ■ ■  ■
GO\_-RN*ll_NT WEATHER
REPORT.
Furnished  by  F.  w.   Dowltng.
For  24  hours ending 5  p.m.
.March   13.
!' I  .  r< duced  to sea level. . . .. . .62
temj eral tire    55.0
■ mperature    36.0
mitted it has "permitted the escape
of murders, bank robbers, hold-up
men and  others of their class."
This is rather a frenzied . indictment, and having delivered lt, Mr.
Brewster closes his  manifesto  with-
i
PHOXI.  ISLl'l- -.'oil
PHONE 554
P.O. BOX 60
FOP.
APERHANGING
FAINTING
OLISH1NG AND
WALL TINTING
HIGH-GRADE    INTERIOR
DECORAITING    A    SPECIALTY
Martin Swanson
SECOND AVE. Jt_AIt McBRIDJ
0444044 00 044 4 4 40 00 4
CANADIAN STEAM
LAUNDRY
NOW  OPEN FOR  BUSINESS
flCatest and Approved Methods
IrOiily   Skilled    Operators   Em-
ployed
Phone us and ive ivill call for a
trial bundle
-, I
Note   our   address:
SIXTH   AVENUE   WEST
Phone No. 8 |
Canadian Steam Laundry    s
aO444OJ^04r' .HJttiHHWKHH-1KKH_ 04
04444444404444000044444444
Capt. J. McGee
M.M.S.A.
Masters and .Males prepared
for examination. Compass ad-
juster.
Phone Red >>02
"NAUTICAL   ACADEMY"
Helgerson Block, opposite
llelieves   i hai   I -  ill   '-•'   -■
Very  Rapid   Develppnient
.,-.-i-i
, .     ■ the Inl  noi
luci      [ipointed    r.  H.  Gil
mom,   K.C.,  of   Winnipeg,  ,ia
commissioni r  to   In -   tigate an-1  re-
tnempli   mei I     nd   other
i     thro ,     the    ive itern
: .
- iimo i rii ed in Pi Ince Ru-
i i rl lat ' unday evening. II" lias
now lefl for the east, When seen by
The Journal, Mr. Gilmour said lie
had visited Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Regina, and otlier points,
and thai there are quite a numbei
of unemployed at almost every place
lie had visited. While trying io avoid
malting comparisons (which are generally invidious), he says he is more
than pleased with the conditions as
they exist at Prinee Rupert. While
practically every oilier city he has
visited has been over-built and must
wail for a reasonable time'for the
grout!) and development of the surrounding country to catch . up,
Prince Rupert's development is well
within iis actual present requirements.
While here, Mr. Gilmour went
through the Drydock and .was much
impressed with lhe vastness of this
great and most important work. He
also visited the plant of the Canadian Fish & Cold Storage Company,
which he says is one of tiie finest on
the continent and will contribute
very much to drawing attention to
this city.
When told the halibut is shipped
in great quantities to New York
and otlier eastern cities, Mr. Gilmour
remarked that it seemed like taking
coals to Newcastle, but the explanation that the halibut shipped from
here was superior to any other hali-
shine    and    salubrious    atmosphere
■ 1- li li   i revailed.     >, hen      told that
there  had   been   but   few    cases    of
I old  or rn' any infectious disease
- i --i-.il months, Air. Gilmour said
i   i-l   readily    understand   thai
would   have   hut    a   Binall
hi ii-     in such  i'  pure   and   healthy
llmate.
.Ir. Gilmour wished to thank the
acting mayor and aldermen, Mag-
I i'i:,- Carss, tin- city engineer, and
iu her
__-_T
PHOTHC-
NA U-GARLK     UAT-iiiS
TION ACT.
R. S. O. ampler 113.
Tho  __Hf»e_.ai Oil Company lie__il»r
jptve   noti«i-   Hint   it  has   under    ._.»-
t_M«   7   of  tho  above  Act,   det-united
-fc* -Abutter of Public Work* at
Wkoura, »*< in the office' of tho Bls-
out any statement of his own policy |faM  Ro^trar of the IJrince  Rupert
and   programme.    We   may   assume
that lie is opposed to murder, bank
robbery,  the  .McBride   Ministry   and
a general election, and that is as far
as  we can go on his  authority. fBlecfc  "»",  __HN.rd.uig
*_»._.   ef   ei.'   -'ov_n_U:
I   "
Look for the Red Tag    Price
George D. Tite's Furniture Sale
FEARS I I.LT AS  lu
WA
- Continued I
men.    He is   thereforo   afraid   thai
iwing to the fact of It being a Wai
officers  and   citizens,   for   the ter Smith, ii is his nephew that hasBjyi
ti-sie.  extended and lhe infornia- fallen
lour
tion given and predicts' a splendid
future for iliis city, and mentioned
|Incidentally that friendly and inti-
mate co-operation between the city
authoriies and the railway and other
companies was most essential for
our rapid and substantial develop
ment. and prosperity.
Royal   Hotel
4O4O440444O4O0440444O440\""t  in  the world  was readily understood.
He also referred lo the splendid
condition of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway, whicli, although only
opened to traffic within the past
year, compares very favorable with
other lines which  have been in oper-
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H. C. BREWSTER IS
VERY DISTRESSED
HE  OBJECTS   TO   Till.   GOAT-RN
MENT GOIXG TO THE
COUNTRY.
The Leader of the Opposition  Finds
Fault Rut  Fails to Oiler   Any
Remedies,
II. C. Brewster, leader of the Liberal party in this province, has issued a manifesto to the electors. The
first: thing established In this rather
hysterical document is the fact that
Mr. Brewster is extremely annoyed
and distressed to find that the appeal to the country, which he has
so long seemed to desire, is at hand,
says the _"ew_-..dveriiser. This is a
surprise. One would have expected
to find the Liberal leader rejoicing
over the acceptance of Iiis oft-repeated challenge. The eagerness for
battle lias disappeared. The heioii
lay is tuneless now; the heroic
bosom heats no more.
Mr. Brewster complains that the
voters'  lists  have   been   hand-picked
ation for many years, and he remark- by Government appointees and that
ed on the excellence of the sleeping|a re-registration should have foliar  and  dining  car  service  and   the 'owed  the redistribution of constilu-
beauty of the scenery in the Rockies
and along lhe Fraser, Bulkley, and
Skeena rivers and valleys, which are
most entrancing and hold one's Interest and admiration every hour of
daylight.
Having been told before coming
here that a raincoat and an umbrella were the chief requisites of clothing in our city, Mr. Gilmour was
greatly pleased with  Hie bright sun-
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RUPERT MARINE IRONWORKS AND
SUPPLY CO., LIMITED
WATERFRONT,   PlIIMli:    RUPHRT
ENGINEERS,  MACHINISTS  AND    MAOHINERX    CONTRACTORS
Specialists In Marine Power Plants, Oil, Steam or Gasojlnc.
ll. C. Const Agents I'm- ihe British Kroiuhuui Semi-Diesel Oil llri-
gini-—tho most rellahiQ anil economic.*], . nd the cheapest
power for Iisbing beM_r, a^i;s and passenger  --.sn«Is.
Standard Gas Dnglne Company's Engines aud Parts in stock.
eiieies. There is no province of Canada where all parlies have such opportunities for complete and accurate registration as British Columbia. The opposition has taken lull
advantage of the opportunities.
Local ofiieres have been boasting
that they have registered more
names than the Conservatives. They
have been purging the lists with the
greatest vigor, though not. always
with justice or wisdom. The lists
arc today probably in better shape
than ihey ever were at Hie date of a
provincial election. At least that Iiuh
been claimed by Liberals themselves. Nor does the redistribution of
seals affeel the case. Certain cleclors
are nol in the same constituency
that they were before, but they will
vote where ihey now belong,
Mr. Brewster's manifesto condemns all past ami future provincial
assistance to railways, which is an
attack upon the governments of all
the    other   provinces,   Liberal    and
Jj-U-d  Bvgic-H-tion   District  at  Prince
_*i_»»i-t,   B.G.,  a   description    of   the
site .nd the plums or the wharf and
ajau-eaeh   p_-_rio.ee>   to    be    built    iu
Uh   -Uipeje.   Harbor,   British    Go-
jdeaubiu,     ia     trout     of      .VH_.o-ai__.ut
to    re.gi->!i('i'e.*
of    t__e    naif
,_W_.y   •:'   "ri.i,:_   Un-.ni   di_t.ai__.eil    —
:U [ike   _JkTr*s_iii   T.s. d   Registry    Office
has Me. rn.
AND  'BAKS    NOTICE    tkat    ».f.er
i-he  •x.i'ii'.'.cion   uf  one    month    from
E_k_t.» of the llrsl |Hi't)l.-io_i»ii e_
i ontioe, the .aid liugfnita. Oil
nannr will nnier ___ot_«a 7 of the
-.:._■ *»■• AjMt-lr to tlle Mlnlut'ii- of
loin I'agc One.) (.Pufc--. W»r__s _l. kit ifine in the fHfey
ot mtxva tor ajjawval of the hU
rttm »*_! plea, wu ter lewve i.o eoa-
atruc. the s__ld wharf aud upommk.
BA'BStB af Frlo.e H-iipS-fT B.H.,
t*is   tail   _ii»   of    retfrnary,    A.    P.
t_h. yu*miuiAh on. oom.i. a*w.
There will be a general hope here
that il is not Walter, who was so
well known In Prince Rupert, lie is
only about 19 or 20. years of age
and spent a number of years here,
attending the Public School. He was
prominent among the boys in all
kinds of sports and took an active
part in the Boy Scout Brigade that
was organized here under the late
Dr. Reddie.
Later he attended University
School under Rev. Dr. Bolton in Victoria and developed in young manhood. He was exceedingly well
liked by all with whom he came in
contact.
"When the war broke out and enlisting commenced he determined to
go to the front. At first he was refused a place owing to the fact that
lie was not considered old enough.
He, however, persisted In his efforts
and when a second draft was called
to Valcartier he' was accepted,
•T-NOPtlS      -H.       C»AL      MIKI-Vr.
MMM.A<NO-..S.
NOTICE is hereby given that on
the 23rd day of March next applica
tion will be made to .the Super!.;
teudeai. ot Provincial Police and to
I the Board o€ License Commission-
l»r_ for tlie City of Prince Rupert for
permission to remove the license for
the sale of liquor by wholesale from
the promises known' as Lets 15 and
16, Block 32, Section 1, situate -t
Prazer Street in the City of Prince
Rupert, to the lands desorihe* a.
l_ot« 1* and 20, Block 23, __.etion 1,
on Third Avenue in the said Oity of
Prince Rupert.
nATRI.   this  20lli   day  of   Febru
Uf,   1915.
PUINOa   RUPHRT  IMPOR-PINC CO.
l.»-lT_tD.
W. II. Marshall, Mnaiixcr
i'_l .___!■__ Apflillfltt.
-3_»1 mtams rlakw of the Doroln-
_«-i is U___it*«. 9__riu.tel.ewaa and
__*»'ta, the Takes Territory, tke
_..»_*irest TenrWories and a portion
•f Umo P*orinc« »f BriMsli Oelumbia,
_aay ke leased tar a term of twea
ty-««« yoan at aa anaiial r_mtal of
fi tot «ore. Not a»re U»a« 2,5li»
acres wHl be leased to one applicant.
Ap»llcatioB« for a leaee must he
■ade by the apjdleant in person to
t_M Agent or Sub-Ageat of tke district in which the rights applied for
are sltuatci.
In surveiced territory the lani
-Hast be described by sections, or
iera! sukdlTlsions »l sections, and
ln un_-_».iay<d territery the tract applied tor shall be staked out by the
»j>3.1ie_ai   hl.uiH.ij'.
n.ivi-ui &f a_u.av-M_A.noN   ok
Kt¥UBK\'K.
N»TieK IS UfflttHBY GIVEN that
*ke Reaoave e«<sting on Detention
hrrmd by reason of a Nottoe publish-
ed ia the BriUsJt Ooiurabia l-azotie on
tke SOth of May, 1912, is hereby can
oolled.
R.  A.  ftflNWICK,
Deputy Mialsfer < f Lands
Dcpartaient of Lands,
Victoria, B.C.,
October  19th,   1914.       o21
ARRIVALS AT PRINOE
RUPERT HOTEL
(Continued trom Page One.)
Winnipeg; J. B. Livingstone, Wain-
wright; H. H. Collins, Vancouver;
P. S. Landwick. Seattle; .1. E. Reiily,
Vancouver; W. S. Jones, Seattle; .T.
A. Shaarer, Port Ceorge; George
Bppstadt, McBride; ,T. J. Court. Vancouver; J. H. Johnson, Prince
George; W. P. Ogilvie, Vancouver;
Thos. McLaughlin, Victoria; T.
Taminago. Victoria; F. E. Henderson, Victoria; Ben Chapman, Seattle; Mr.'and Mrs. Reginald Griihh,
Victoria.
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Buffets, Iron Beds, Springs, Mattresses, Blankets, Sheets and Pillows
at March Bargain Prices. George D
Tile, the Home Furnisher.
Skeena Land  District — Distriet of
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Andrew W.
MaeLean, of Prince Rupert, B. C,
occupation Carpenter, Intends to apply for permission lo prospect for
eoal and petroleum over the following plescrihed lands on We3t Coast
of Graham Island: Commencing at
a post planted two milos north of
the north-east corner of Lot 243..,
thence north 80 chains, thence west
XO chains, theace south 80 chains,
thence east SO chains, to point of
commen.ement containing 640 aeres
Mere  or  less.
ANDRHW   W.   MacLEAN.
f18 Asent,  Peter Piombo.
Date  locafed,  23rd   December,  1914
Itoynl   Naval  CoUdtJO °f O-inada.
The  next examination   for  the  entry of Naval Cadets,  will  he Hold at
, .the examination  centres of the Civil
Conservative,  and  a  change of   pol- Servioe  Commission   In   May.    191.
Icy   for  Mr.   Brewster  and
   .....:Va.j -'
Steel, Iron, Oils, Wire Roue, llalata Helling, II. t;.   Wo.id   -*ulhj»s.
Columbian   Bronze  PropeJfers, Storage i.ii.i.i-I-k., Cyn.i-mos aJnl
Marine  Accossertesa *
Repairs—First-class equipment and  stniT   for    i.:.:.'::....    . .     ship
repairs.
P.O. DOX 536
TELEPHONE 313
successful candidates joining lhe col
.lege on or about Isl August. Appli-
! ""■ cations for entry will be receive* «p
to 15th April by tlie Secretary, Civil
Service Commission. Ottawa, from
whom blank mil ry forms can now bo
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agricultural credits programme
should have been introduced long
ago, and should be different, and in
any ease cannol be successful because there are no choice agricul-
-' Ian !.' a\ ailablo, and that Hie
Government is liable nol to pul it
Into operation. For the rest lie
charges thai the Government has
bought bad lands and sold good,
changed a surplus of nine millions
t whatever that, means) Into a deficit, and among oilier offences coni-
obtained
Candidates for the examination in
May next must be between the awei}'
of fourteen and _iit. on on the 1st-
July,  1915.
Farther details can be obfained oa
application to tho u-ndorslglied.
G.  J.  DESBARATS,
)»puty Minister of the Naval   Service
Deaartment of tbe Nava. Servioe,
Ottawa, Jnnnaiy fith, 1.9IB
.Uiaa.-_o--_.ed   iinhlinavioa    of   this
ndveOjIseiiient will not be paid _•£,»
72«6-. JsJJ
application must be accoai-
. i Hied ky a fea of SB, whlah will be
>*tUBde< it tke rinhts applied for
are not available, but not otherwise. A reyalty shall lie p^id mi the
mei-eii-a. takle autpul of the mine at
the rute ef five oents per ton.
The person operating the lainc
shall furnish the Agent with sworn
returns aeoeuallmg for the full
fuaBt-ty of merehantakle coal mined
ajil pay the royalty thereon. If the
eoal mtnla'g rights are uot beiag operated, such returns should be fur
nished  at least once a year.
The lease will include the caal
mining rights only; but the lessee
may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be
considered necessary fo. the working of the mine h't 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 Domiifion Lands.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy Minister of the Interior
JAMES GILMORE
ARCHITECT
Second Ave. Near  McBrlde  St
HOTEL DIRECTORY
Members  of  tlie  Priuce  Rupo. .
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