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PRINCE  RUPERT,    B.C.,    WEDNES DAY, .MARCH IT, 1915
Pri»e   5   Cent/..
NO. 107.  |0
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LADIES ASK FOP.
CLEAN   OLD    SHEETS    MAY    li
USED   TO    ADVANTAGE   IF
SENT IN.
riie Locul Members »t the St.   .lohn
Ambulance Association    Make
a  Request,
The ladies of the St. John Ambulance Association are asking for do-
nations of clean old slieets suitable
for making bandages. These bandages will be forwarded lo the Red
Cross Society for use among thc
wounded.
Those who have such arc asked to
kindly leave these sheets at as early
a date as possible at the home of
Mrs. .1. II. McMullin, Government
Buildings, where they will be collected  and  made into bandages.
The lady members themselves are
contributing cash with which win
be purchased sterilized bandages,
which will also be forwarded to the
Red Cross Society.
DEVELOP.MENT  MAY COME
OP GROUNDHOG COAL
There Is a  Prospect That  Work May
Ile Done There This Season
Says   Province.
There appears a probability that
something will be done this summer
towards the development of the
Groundhog Mountain Held, says Ihe
Vancouver Province. Engineers who
went, in there last summer were favor;! lily impressed with the coal occurrences and estimate that Ibis
Hold if opened up, can supply the
Coasl cities and adjacent territory
with anthracite coal of as good quality as that which has mads Pennsyl-
inia one of the richest coal stales.
A local anthracite supply would
command an immense market for
domestic heating, and the opening
up of the field should create a market for double the present coal output of the  province.
 -o	
March Purnitnre Sale at George
I), Tile's, all departments, Record
discounts for eaish.
MANY NEW SETTLERS FOR
CENTRAL  IIRITISH COLUMBIA
Vnntlerlioof Dumber Mills Will Soon
Be    In    Operation—Electric
Light  for Town.
In spite of the protraction of the
war evidences of sound Internal development of the rich valleys opened
up by the Grand Trunk Pacilic in
Centra! British Columbia are not.
lacking. The lumber and planing
mills of the Vanderlioof Power
Company, Limited,' will begin running on full time this week, the installation of the machinery being
practically completed at this date.
Work on the company's electric light
plant and water system which was
begun last fall is being pushed rapidly to completion, and It is now
expected that a majority of the
buildings in Vanderlioof will have
electric light and running water be
fore  the end  of April.
(.real interest is being indicated
in farming lands In the Nechako
Valley, around Vanderlioof. Trains
from the east are bringing in new
families almost daily. There are millions of acres of good land available for pre-emption in Central
British Columbia, near the Grand
Trunk  Pacilic  line.
ADVERTISING IN RELATION
TO THE WAR SITUATION
It Has Been Proved That It Pays To
Use The Papers—Results Of An
Organized Campaign To Fill The
Army In Britain
William  (!.  Shepherd  of  lhe  Unit-   message   would   be   too    weal
He
the
Changed    Sailing.
Owing  to  the  late  arrival of
Union  Steamship Company's steamer
Venture the sailing for the soutli   is
lute   this   week.   The   Venture   will
leave here at noon today.
Corporation    of  the  City    of    Prince
ilupert, B.C.
BY-LAW   NO. _-_!!)—Contract No. r>.
Sealed lenders will bo received by
E. A. Woods, City Clerk, up till 5
p.in., Monday 22nd March, 1915, for
the construction of a Ifi-ft. Plank
Road on 11th Avenue from Albert
Avenue to Slicrbrooke Avenue.
Plans may be seen and specifications obtained at the City Engineer's Oilice, City Hall.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
W.   Mt'GEORGE   MASON,
ItmarlG City Engineer
St. Patrick's Concert
IN  THE  WESTHOLME THEATRE,  TONIGHT,    WEDNESDAY,
MARCH IT, AT 8:15 SHARP
Tickets ~M (enis Reserved Seats at (lime's Drug Store
PROGRAMME
PART    I
1. Orchestral   Selection    Irish  Airs
Wesilioliue Orchestra
2. Address      Mr. J. C. Brady
::  Song      Seleeti d
Mr.   Evans
•l.  Irish  Jig Miss  M.  Patmore ami  .Mr.  .1.   Rocln
.-..   Recitation "ll'' Tried  to Tell His Wife"
Mrs. Chisholm
6, Song      "Kathleen Mm ourni en''   B
Mrs,  Scoll
7. Instrumental Hue! Messrs. Duffy and  Edmunds   5
a
8, Shakespearian Selection  frtm Romeo and .Juliet . . .    0
Mr. and Mrs. .1. C. Brady
PART  II.
9. Song       "Macushla"
Mrs. Hemmell
iu. Hypnotism Demonstrated     Sergeant  Eddy
li. Song    "Come  Back to Erin"
Miss   Xauman
g    12. Violin   Solo,  "Ave  .Man'''"     Shuberl
$ Mr. Prcscott
g    13, Song    "Irtand   I  Love  You.   Acushla   Machree"   \
| Mr. Portin
&    I'l. Comedy Sketch    i    8
g Mr. Oram
K "GOD SAYE THE KING"
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ed Press, writing from London, says,
It pays to advertise.
Asl; Lord Kitchener. Ask Winston
Churchill. Ask the British Government. Not. many weeks ago Kitchener was a conscriptionist. He had the
man's size job on bis hands of getting together an army ten times
larger than Britain had ever hoped
i or planned to have, it looked to hiin
and many another Englishman as ll
the Kitchener army would, beyond a
certain point, have to be made up of
dratted men.
But all this time an influence was
at work that Kitchener didn't know
much about. Of war and armies and
the task of ruling Colonies no man
knows more than Kitchener, but
what Kitchener knew about advertising—newspaper advertising or
any otlier kind—was nothing. There
was one "man in England who knew
as much about advertising as Kitchener did about armies, and while
Kitchener and Ills army council were
worrying about conscription this
man was patiently, scientifically and
hopefully advertising. And this man's
advertising has saved England from
conscription.
Willing Volunteers.
No Englishmen are to be forced
into the army; no men are to be
dragged, unwilling from their families. England will go through the war
with the proud boast, that every one
of her army of millions is a willing
volunteer.
That is the task today. Kitchener
Is no longer a conscriptionist. The
voices of the Dukes and Lords who
believed that the masses ought to be
forced to join the army have been
silenced. And England will have lho
glory of possessing an army of men
who asked to be permitted lo fight
for her.
This man is Hedley LeBas. He Is
a psychologist of the masses. He
knows how tlie public thinks and
what, it wants and -what it will want.
And always before the public knows
these things itself, lie has made a
\! fortune in a publishing concern by
(his talent, and when this war started he knew that Englishmen wanted
to light for their country. His duly
was to tell them they did. Tbe War
Office knew Leilas. One day a War
Office official said to him, on a golf
links: "Kay, you've got a big business, with many men working for
yon. Wliul would you do if you want,
ed more men? How would you gel
them?"
Would Advertise.
"Easily," said  LeBas
tise for them."
'I'd   adver-
worked one whole night, writing
down short phrases. By morning be
had only twenty. Then he spent the
rest of the twenty-four hours picking out the phrases that were nol
good enougb and throwing them
away. Finally there was only one
phrase left. It read: "Your King
and Your Country Need You."
The newspapers blazed forth that
advertisement, that night. They called attention to the fact that this
phrase was to appear on posters and
billboards, everywhere. The public
read the newspapers and watched
for the posters. The phrase hit the
English mind exactly in the centre.
The seven words became a watcli
cry.
On Big Campaign.
And then LeBas set out on a terrific advertising campaign. He followed English public opinion. He
kept his nerves raw to English feeling. Lord Roberts died at the front.
"Lord Roberts did his duty. Will
you do yours?" was thundreded In
the newspapers and then on the hill-
hoards, even while the public attention was still fixed on the old hero's
death.
When some British ships had been
sunk LeBas knew that there would
be a flutter of worry in the English
mind. And so he put out. this nies
sage, through the press: "Britain's
strong army and your help will carry
us through."
These messages were (o Hie mass
es. What aboul the employers whoso
businesses might suffer by letting
tlieir men go? Leilas handed these
thoughts in one huge blast in the
evening papers: "Is there-sonic man
serving your customers who ought lo
lie serving his country?"
"Is there some mail preserving
your game who ought to be serving
the country?"
These two queries were punches
Land-owners and employers wrote to
ihe newspapers in which the advertisements had appeared, saying that
they had never looked at the matter
in this new light.
"Of coarse they hadn't," said Leilas, in effect; "that's what advertising is supposed  lo make a man do."
A Boastful Period.
Then came a boastful period in
British thought, Leilas was equal to
lt. The public musl nol gel tlie itlea
into iis head thai everything was all
right.
"Wi- shall win, bul rou must
help," replied LeBas, in ills] '     typt
When fie Boldlers'   It ttei     bi   an
in - "ic   ' ram il"' fronl and England
i was dun" I  wiib  proud   homes   nnd ■
neighborhoods,   LeBas    . -      il    tin ■
ST. PATRICK'S CO •.(ERT
_.,_:.:... ,,:schools will not
BE CLOSED NOW
The Patron Saint of Ireland  Will  Ile
Honored in the
City,
In the VVestholme I eatri hi
evening a high-class concert will be
given under the ausph i ■ "f Hie
Irish citizens. Each year St. Patrick's Day is remembered in Prince
Ruperl by the pulling 'in of a concert of a high order. Tins year's
programme will be no exception to
the rule.
. The programme is a varied one
hut all savoring of the land of the
Shamrock. Principal Brady of the
High School will be the orator of .he
occasion and deliver lhe address ot
the evening. The programme appears In another column.
VANCOUVER WORLD HAS
PASSED INTO MOW  HANDS
lohn    Nelson     Has   Acquired    Well-
known Afternoon i>:iiy in the
Soulh.
A Vancouver despatch says the
World was sold yesterday lo .1. D.
Bell, representing .lolin Nelson,
late business manager of the News-
Advertiser.
The sale was by order of Chief
Justice Hunter on the application of
lhe debenture holders. It iv understood that, the cash payment was
$2:1,OHO, and the balance in bonds
of a new company In process Of formation.
Mayor   L.   D.  Taylor  strongly   opposed the sale. He threatens to mo'
his   office   and   continue   puhlishin ;
the World as a rival sheet.
Beacon Changed.
A  SMALL OUTBKEAK  OF   MUMPS
NOT CONSIDERED SI Tl K l-
Ea\ .  TO (TARRANT.
li'i-   Disease   I-  Xol   Regarded   n.    .-.
Serious One by   (he Medical
Men.
With an epidemic of mum,., re-
vailing in the city the board of
school trustee: ai a meeting held
Ived a reporl from Hie
medical officer, Dr. McNeill. Ho
sti ted thai be hud made a carefu1
:-- * ' l| ation as far a:- it was j os-
slble lo do it. without a personal
visil to all the absentees. Out of
aboui -lii!) pupils enrolled in the
schools there were aboul P0 absent
from school. Of these he knew from
personal knowledge that there wen:
13 with mumps. There were a number away because some other child
in the family had the disease. There
were others who did not want to
send their children to school while
mumps were prevalent.
In   answer  to  a  question   from    .1.
A.   Kirkpatrick  as to  how  many   of
these  pupils  were likely some   time
in their lives to contract mumps, Dr,
McNeill   said   probably   75   per    ci nt.
of them would have them some time.
The   Doctor   further   explained    that
the chancei   tvere  that Hie  Infection
had been spread to many cases that
would  develop  and  thai   the   closing
of  tlie  school   would  nol   ensure  mo
cutting off of the disease.
Iir. Kergin sain ine mumps m it
prevail fur considerable time and the
closing or the school for a few weeks
would  not  ensure agoinsl  il.
Dr. A! 'Nell) did nol i ei ommend
elosiu .   the  schools   on  tho    pre enl
situation.    While   the   law    rei        9
The    Dominion     Government     Is pupils   infected   with   mum  8    lo   re-
changing the beacon  on   Ri main oul  of school for three weeks,
For  the  guidance  of   mariners    I    -the disease Is not regarded as being
Department of Marine, through ''. •    atl  n  ed     i'i- any dangerom  n
lain  Saunders,  Ihe  local  agent,
notified all thai the occulting gas
beacon on Rose Spit, Queen Char
lotte islands, has been discontinued
The  board  has  decided  to allow  the
schools  to proceed as al  present.
A   i'i" utation   from    l he   tea
Istin     of   I'i Inclpal   Murray.  Miss
!■' - on, and Miss Jenns, waited  upon
logical   cannonading.     His    military Hie board and uri Misi   Tay-
senses didn't feel  ihe vibrations   of'lor,    who    had    contracted    n   n
the crashing walls of personal   Iner-jwhile en I  in  her dutie     In   I le
tia. Recruits were coming in too school, should receive consideration
steady. Conscription was talked al the hands of the board in : e
about. The newspapers began to pre-jmatter of salary and that no dei c-
pare tlie public mind for it. Bul tion Bhould lie mad'- toi her : ,- ; "1
these siiine newspapers were carry-pl : kti . incidentally .Mr. Mun
ing day after day the forceful, unre- who spoke for the delegation, ;
sistible advertisements prepared by od to the facl thai in Vancouver and
LeBas. other'citlef  no deduction  was   made
Question of spoils. to 20 dayi    i lene     ol  a tei
The    question    of    football
sports came up in the public prints.      T!"    '     ' '     treed   to   ■■■
go
at
lei    1   i   pollct   ■    dealing
on   II     ". u    no i ll
Leilas    countered    with:     "Halt,
into  training nm]   l elp  I In   boj
the from." (option of a cl
Then arose talk aboul   lhe m  e n  ' "   '""      '  '   ''   B n ldere*1
sltj  for soi    I of badge to I ' '   l>ol,cy
who had bei n refused at ol      The board
health,  II  *,.> _  ■       : Li
"■ ii   had liis   win tl
I Own lin mad oa  ;
tlni   I     Im      will I     taken
I' ration.
"Well, the army  needs  thousands feeling. ' You're proud of your   pal
of men.   Do you suppose you   could L] the army, of course, bul will
gel  them by advertising?" Lais think of you?"
"Without    a  doubt,"   said    LeBas!      ',,,'        „ n dlspla.   ad,
Wherei pon the War Office gavi I - showing a soldier sill oucl
Has a sum of money and told him to j,i]T. holding his rifle
go ahead. This was jusl before the
war broke. LeBas was just, aboul
gettini started when the declaration of war came, llko a bolt oul of
the  blue.   The  need   then   came   for
millions. .   .        , _    ,     ,   .'
|oplnlon ol  i.i.  I ind jus!        the t
"How  shall
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" ire you content  for him to '
for  you?  Why don'l    you   do   you
POP
1.  hi >i
1  i.dl    England
bits?" .-.'.. i  ■      ad
E i"       one   of   thi se    i ilvei  i     !
Intents hammered  away al
opinion of England jus'  n
f-h° man  gun , had    -.run tfed   at
army wants men?   Wlial   thoughl   Is
Ig   - n   '-li  and  whal   words   strong
u '    :' to catch their attention?"
The   danger   was    that    his   first
the  fortlflcallon of I It ■■ .     It v
hammering    thai    Kitchener   didn't
und  retail oldiei   eai
caii-'   11 -   explosions In   i   I
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Wednesday, March 17, ISIS.
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Telephone  l'*8-
O. H. XMjSON, MHor.
Office:    128   Third   *»«»•   ""t,
near McBride Street. Telephone 188.
Postolfice Box   .07.
DAILY   »DITION.
Published    every   morning    exeept
Monday.  Delivered by  carrier in the
city at" the followl.g rale, if paid in
advance:—
0«e   Tear »«•••
Six   Months    *»•"
Three  Months    $1-*"
If    not   paid    In    advance,
per  Month    '°-n0
WEEKLY EDITION.
Published every Friday for circulation outside the City of Priace
Rupert at $2.00 a year, addressed o
points in Canada; or $3.00 a .ear to
ill points iu the I'nited Kingdom,
the United States or other foreign
countries.
Advertising Rutcs Upon Application
_ Jlfl-L _ft K
PRINCE    RUPERT    JOURNAL
CANADA AS GRANARY
OF TME EMPIRE
O00-iK«-tKHJ<K-*_*_KH_^^
I   Product No.
Contains about 2%  lbs.
S1.50
FIGURES     SHOW      HOW    IMPORTANT IT IS THAT DOMINION
PRODUCES  WHEAT.
SPLENDID  FOR PLUMBERS
The sale of Product No. 99 is strictly
confined to the high-class supply
bouses. Its cost of manufacture is
therefore not affected by Dept. or
"price cutting store" influence that
so often drives manufacturers to the
use of inferior chemicals and processes. Nor is the dealer allowed to
reduce the retail price under penalty
of    having    his    supply    terminated.
Wednesday,   March   IT,   1915,
A CLUMSY TURN.
The Liberal newspaper organ in
this city, in iis attempt to try to
show that the Conservative party in
Prince Rupert is not a united one,
announced last night that Mayor
Newton was likely either to make a
fight against William Man. on for. the
nomination in this riding or run as
an independent. Such a report it is
safe to describe as a fabrication of
the mosl clumsy kind. It is not a
dream, for it is too ponderous to
describe as that. The attempt of the
News is evidently to play a subtle
little game. Its attempt is a very
crude one.
This Country Has a Duly in the Mattel- of Food Supplies for
Empire,
The Patriotism and Production
campaign finds b reason in Canada's
oft-repeated boasl thai she Is the
granary of the Empire. The conflict
in which Britain is involved is no
ordinary war bul a struggle tor the
very existence of the Empire, a
struggle that merits support from
every section of the Empire and a
struggle, tlie successful outcome of
whicli is of vital concern to the Dominion. The Mother Land needs not
only Canadian soldiers, but she neeas
the economic support of this country so rich in natural resources, ami]
how better can thai lie given than by
supplying her with her foodstuff
needs when otlier sources of supply
have been shut off.
The Department of Trade ana
Commerce has, in this connection,
given out some figures that carry a
lesson.
(Jreat Britain imported 51,786,916
bushels of wheat from Canada in
1013. She also imported 9,360,400
bushelsf roni Russia: 2,050,987 trom
Germany; 804,533 from France;
201,653  .from     Rouinania;    1365,8481
from  Austria-Hungary,   aud    76,539 g^a-aj^^^,-j^k-h-^^
bushels   from   Bulgaria,   a    total   of
A POWERFUL SOLVENT FOR
CLOGGED UP DRAIN PIPES
"00" destroys accumulations  ,f lint,    paper,   cloths,   hair,   slime,
grease, vegetables, soap, fruit and many others.   It is harmless to
tines plumbing.
DON'T ARGUE        DON'T PUT OFF TEST IT
This lyerjaration |lilf. uocn i0  generally   successful    in    clearing g
drains that it is bought over and  over again  by   those    who   have a
tried it, but inasmuch as no on   can  know  the actual condition ex- v
isting within a pipe, it Is absoutely impossible for the manufaetur- £
er or tlie dealer to guarantee the result. g
CHEMICAL PRODUCTS CO., NEW YORK j
"OR SALE BY g
HARRY HANSON
THE   RELIABLE   PLUJtlBER
FOR   THE    BEST  IN   PLUMBING   AND    HEATING   PHONE    ISH   5
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Coal, Cement,, Plaster and Brick
AND A C'lPLETE LINE OF BUILDERS' SUPPLIES
WESIIIOLME LUMBER CO., LTD.
First Avenue       Prince Rupert       Telephone 186
THE  BRITISH   PREFERENCE.
The opposition newspapers are
urging that the Canadian preference
on British goods has been reduced
by Finance Minister White's new
tariff provisions, thus dealing an unfriendly blow to the Mother Count...
in her.time of stress. The Toronto
News, in answering this partisan
contention, presents the main features of the new tariff increase very
clearly. Duties on foreign goods, it
points out, have been advanced
T'_ .,1 -r cent, and the duties on British goods only 5 per cent. There is
thus a difference of _ .i per cent, in
favor of Imports from the United
Kingdom. Since the new revenue 1m-
i osl upon articles trom Great Britain is only two-thirds as great as
that from other countries, the .News
i. justified in maintaining that the
. . |])i of one-third preference in
operation up to 1907 has been observed, The News further explains
the evolution of llritlsli  preference.
"The original British preference
established In L898, gave Imports
from 'ireai Britain an advantage of
2. ,,i i cent, in enti i Ins i1 i Canadian   market.   In   i'1""  this  was   In-
 -I to 38  i 8 i" r ' ent., al which
i, ii remained until 1907, when
ih" one-third principle was abandoned for tho triple-schedule basis
Since then we have had three di_-
tiuci tariffs, 'Hie Oeneral Tariff, the
Intermediate Tariff, and the I'.riiisii
Preferential Tariff.' in many Instances these tariffs of 1907 gave
goods trom Britain no preference at
all; in others they established preferences varying from 25 per cent.
to 50 per cent,, as againsl foreign
countries, Mr, While has now Increased all these preferences by 2V4
per cent."
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ware
mmuniuon
12,759,949 bushels that will have to
be made up. There was a decrease
in Russia's exportation to Britain of
7,000,000 bushels in 1913 compared
with 1912, and of 24,000,000 compared with 1911, In 1913 the United
States supplied the United Kingdom
with S0,013,S7!) bushels, an increase
of 32,000,  bushels over  1912, and
13, ,000  bushels over 1911, while
Canada's increase in 1913  over 191.
PHONE 101. P.O. DRAWER 1015 330 SECOND AVE.
was   only   1,177,OOP   bushels.    Greal
Britain's   loial   importations   reached ^0444444404440.00^000400000004   ■
2'29,580,865  bushels.
.Jreat Britain imported 14,245,000
bushels of barley from Russia in
1913; 3,240,533 bushels from Rouinania; 5,208,700 bushels from Turkey in Asia; 832,067 from Germany,
and 622,533 bushels from .Austria-
Hungary; a total of 24,148,833 bushels. Canada supplied ,.,1177,5.-3
bushels and thc United Stales 10,-
355,567 bushels. Great Britain's total importations amounted to 52,-
358,345   bushels.
Great Britain imported 9,173,459
bushels of oats from Russia in 1913,
11,373,459 bushels from Germany,
and 2,007,765 bushels from Rouinania, a total of 22,454,683 bushels. Canada supplied 7,734,588
bushels, and the United Slates 4,-
728,81 i. Greal Britain's total Importations of oats were 59,829,950
bushels,
Surelj Ihe foregoing figures carry
their own moral to Canadian farmers,
ADVERTISING IN  RELATION
To THE WAR SITUATION
(Continued from  Page   One.)
es 3B_s_ _ ■■:.-. ' .-■; -.«..■•--.!_ SB_i?_gE_a_s_a_i5_arS':'?T'?i8_sr."
SHINGLES, MOULDINGS, SASH, BOORS
Prince Rupert Lumber Co.
FIRST AVE. AND Mel.RIDE ST.        ' PRINCE RUPERT   I;
Phone 25 Branch Yard at Smithers, B.C.   |
trwrassiaWiBwr-ss^^ ■
I lu O'ets, Iron Beds, Springs. Mattresses, Blankets, Sheets and Pillows
al .latch Hnrgnlti Prices. George D.
Tilt-, Hit- House Fti-iilslier,
cannol join the army try to gel a recruit."
The Army Council and Kitchener
can almost put their linger on the
day and hour when the torrent
broke. The   battering of advertising!
bad done Its work. Recruits began
to come in taster than they could be
equipped. Thai was live weeks ago.
The title has been [lowing In over
since.
Bul LeBas is still al It. For Instance, there was a spell of peace
talk, and everybody began to hopefully   ask:   "When   will   the   thing   be
.ettled?" H was a dinner table question;  you  heard  H everywhere. And
I., i: iiiiswi'ii'd. in o glowing advertisement: "Whal in tho end will set-
lie Ibis war? Trained men. It Is your
duty in become one."
I.''lias' Job isn't done yet. He's
.till on lt, Incidentally be works fori
nothing.
Send for Five Roses
Cook Book
BEING A MANUAL OF GOOD RECIPES <Wulty
chosen from thc contribut-Oft* of over (wq thousand
•tjccnrful iivi- of ! iv- ll mm Flour thvoutjhnut Canada.
Also I:■■'■("! Note, on ihe vnriow classes of good thing*
to fiii. all of whit-h have t>cen> can. full), checked and
rc-.:l.i:tkf:1 by corapeKnt authority.
COVPON
We   ..ri   Addiru    p.ia_.lv
t Ic.-.[«■• k> tndne Ten C*.-_. _
Ukmjm Envelope l» uug or THE WOOD.- _m_ en. m__ VfflOUPte
Distributors Prince Rupert, B.C.
(TTVaVART «   M<ll.l,I.Y K-.I.LV,   I.OWGI,...    £  C(K
G. T. P. S. S.
Sailings for Vancouver
Victoria and Seattle
S.S.  Prince George every  Friday at I) a.m.
S.s. Prince John at 7 p.m. on Sunday,March     14, 28, etc.
For Massett nntl Port Clements S.S. Prince .lohn IO p.m. Saturday,
March   (I, 20, etc.
For Skidegate, Lockeport, etc., S.S. Prince John 11 p.m. Sunday,
Morel   7, 21, etc.
For Stewart unci Naas River S.S. Prince John I) a.m. Wednesday,
March    10, 21, etc.
For Anyo.v (Granby Day) S.S. Prince (leorge midnight every Wednesday.
G.T.P.   RAILWAY SC1II.DIU- 	
Trains leave Prince Rnpert f<* Prince George, Edmonton, Melville,
Winnipeg, etc., at 10 a.m., Wednesdays and Saturdays, connecting   with   trains   for   St. Paul. Chicago anil all   points   east.
Trains arrive from the east on Thursdays nnd Sundays at 0.80 p.iu,
0
G.T. RAILWAY SYSTEM
The   Double-track    Route
Prem Chicago to Toronto, Hamilton,   Buffalo,    Montreal,    etc.,    etc.
For reservations, tickets and lull information regarding travel to
any part ef the world apply to the G.T.P. Ticket Oflioc, Third
Avenue;  Agency all Atlantic Steamship Lines.
Canadian Pacific Railway
PRINCESS MAY
SOUTHBOUND, 8 P.M. SUNDAY
PRINCESS MAQUIflNA,
FOR ALASKAN PORTS, MONDAY, MARCH 22
THE UNION STEAMSHIP CO, OF B.C. LTD'
S.S. VENTURE
Southbound Tuesdays at 8 p.m.
Sailings for Granby, Simpson and the Naas
Sundays at Midnight
For further particulars apply to
i    JOHN   BARNSLEY',  AGENT       ii        681 Second Ave., Phone 588
4
O Agency   Atlantic    Steamships.
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j Royal Bank of Canada
|     BEAD   OFFICE:   MONTREAL ESTABLISHED   18(10
K Capital     $  11,5(10,000
Reserved   Fund $ 12,500,000
§ Total   Assets     ¥185,000,000
Savings Rank Department—SI will open an account
Branches   Throughout   Canada and Banking Connections With AH
Pints of the United Slates. Agents Throughout the World.
H.  P. WILSON,  Manager        - - Prince    Rupert    Branch
_«HSlKBKB*<BKH»<H»tttt-l^^
I CLEAN UP AND PAINT HP NOW
O-CEDAR     MOPS, O-CEDAR MOP POLISH
ALAHASTINK   SANITARY   WALL  COATING
WATER HOSE, GARDEN TOOLS,  WATERING  CANS
MARTIN-SENOUR   100   PER  CI-. v'T.  PURE  PAINT
PAINT  BRUSHES,  LAWN  MOWERS AND GRASS SHEARS
CARPET    BEATHRS,   GARBAGE  PAILS
WINDOW   SCREENS,  SCREEN DOORS
—AT ITH',—
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Prince Rupert Transfer Co.
—FOR-
Coal, Furniture Moving, Baggage
and Heavy Teaming
W. J. CRAWFORD, Manager
ffffftiXri?-    F\fifi Offloe and Residence:
*aXJWC*     UOO WOO THIRD AVE.
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The Morning Journal
50 cents per Month —^^*OWOWOjm
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PRINCE    RUPERT    JOURNAL
Wednesday, March  17,  1915.
HE  POINTS   TO   THE   RE8PONS1
BH-ITY  ATTACHING  TO   ALL
WHO (AN SERVE.
There Will lie a Great  Home-coming
Says the Great llritish
Statesman,
I ADFk __. ACt'DCD V AW which knew well if it was beaten in sufficient   recruits   are   not
LUAV Kv_»Li_aJ--iI\ I vli jthis waj, jt wag beaten flown forever, voluntary system you will   very soon
ARMY  RECRUITIFl(l|aild   that   was   Germany.   When   two'see  some  system  of compulsion    in-
  I such   nations   as  Germany    and    the augurated.   (Cheers.)    I    think   that
British Empire, with their allies, that would not be unwelcome to a
were locked in what was little less great mass of my fellow-countrymen
than a death clutch then we realized who would be willing to go under
the nature of this war.
Individual Responsibility•
He supposed they   had    hail   that
said   to   them   over  and   over  again
anil   if nobody  had  yet
by'lies  your  :
this wa
will  be   1
country—tl
some Imperial mandate of that kind,
but who do not think that It is fair
.ui end there
of men in this:
who come home victorious amid ihe triumph of the population, amid the admiration of their
fellow-citizens,   and    the   other,     to
and    when  Skeena   Land    District—District
Quoen Charlotte Islands.
of
TAKE NOTICE that Petir Pionibo,
of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for per-l
mission to prospect for coal and pe- Phone Red 15(1
troleum over lhe following described
lauds on ."io West Coast of Graham
Island: Commencing at a post planted three miles norN» of the north-east
which I, at any rate, shall belong ifjcorner of Lot 2437, thence north SO
, ,„i chains, thence west Id chains, thence
that  they  should  be singled  out  fo,   ,     am   alive-those   who   Have   not Bouth    SO    chains'thence    easl    80
L MACHINE WOf.
l-iigiiu -   Installed   antl    fi en
Repairs
|Oxy-Acetylene Plant   in   Con   '
Third
active service while others remain at
home.   (Cheers.I  If the  rule   applied
Lord Rosebery, as Lord Lieutenant of Mid Lothian, was the principal speaker at a recruiting meeting
in the Corn Exchange at Dalkeith
Scotland, he said, had not done badly
in recruiting. He saw by th" debate in
Parliament on the previous night
thai the southern counties of Scotland topped  the list. Therefore, they
had no reason to appeal to the audl-jor to their neighbors?
I '
ence  as  if  they  had   fallen  short  of!     I  am  not  one of   those
brought    It
.,     'to all equally there would, I am told
home to them he could nol  ho]       ""
he would   But, at any   rate,   wllen.Ke less reluctance in obeying it; but|rellow_countrymen. (Cheers.)
they though, of their brothers and whether that '"' s° or QOt' re»!emhei' Since Lord Rosebery's speech over
of 'their friends up to .heir waists thls' thc |ulsi,io" '"' "u,fic w"° en" two hundred and fifty-thousand rein half-frozen water fighting lor the Hst voluntarily before   any   compul- __t_   hnve   ^.....^     Thc    Bmp)re
.la_     !_     ., 1     ...til     ka     n___l_       . 1 i i'i ...... -
now  means war to a finish.
east
been privileged  to join and who,  IfIchains,  to  point   of  commencement,
,,   ,         joonluining 640 acres more or less.
they are able-bodied,   will   find   no .2fl pETEi;   PIOMBO
warm  response in  the  faces of their
their duty.
We were engaged in the most unlimited war that had ever been
known in the history of the world,
and yet he. sometimes thought that
we scarcely realized Its Immensity
There were too main facts whicli
loomed before us with startling vividness. One was thai this nation was
fighting  with   its  back  to   the   wall
and could not give way without be-ltheir responsiti'ities or to estimate
ing permanently subjugated—could [the ties which bind them to their
not give way until it had spent iis:homes when this hideous struggle is
last shilling and its last man. There raging for our very existence. Each
was another great nation which was j man must judge for himself, but 1
also with its back to Ihe wall—the i would ask you to remember two
greatest   military   nation   in   Europe.'things;   the  first is  that    I  think   it
existence of the Empire, did that not
make a call on them? Were they
willing to leave the responsibility of
the Imperial defence of the heart of
their country entirely to their friends
lie continued, who think it tlieir duty to
exhort every man to enlist. I have
never asked a man to enlist, because
1 am not willing to ask a man to go
where I cannot follow him. I have
never asked any person to enlist,
but I do say this, that an enormous
and individual responsibility weighs
on every man of fit age who is able
to enlist.  It  is not  for me to weigh
whether that be so or not, remember
this, Hie position of those who enlist voluntarily before any compulsion is used will he widely different
from those who only enlist under
compulsion. That is a fact which
every able-bodied man will do well
to realize while it is yet time, bo
that he may be able, when the wails happily over, to say: "I served as
a volunteer and not as a conscript."
(Cheers.)
The  Return of tlie Victors.
The other point 1 would call your
attention io is this—the war must
come to an end sooner-or later, 11
only from the exhaustion of tlie
combatants. That it will end in victory for our arms I have no more
doubt than that I stand here—
(Cheers.)—but remember that a victory such as we desire and which
alone can conclude this war must be
obtained by the pushing—there is no
other word—of millions of men
against the millions of the Austrians
and  the  Germans.   (Cheers.)     There
St. Patrick's  Day.
On   March   17,  St.  Patrick's
Date located, December 3rd, 1914,
skeena   Lund    District—District    of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKB NOTICB that Peter Piombo,
of Prince  Rupert,   B.C.,   occupation
Proa leotor, intends to apply for permission to prospeel for coal and petroleum over ihe following described
lands on  lhe West  Coast of  Giuliani
Island:  Commencing at a post plant-
[)(lv   ed live miles east and one mile north
'of the north-east corner of Lot 2436,
here  will be a grand  concert  given thence  north  SO  chains,  theiii''  easl
SO  chains,  tlience  soutli   SO    chains,
in    the    Westholme     Theatre.     The
programme will be of the usual high
class.
niarotf
Drapery Goods, Curtains, Poles,
Carpets and Rugs—2H per cent, die-
count at George D. Tite's.
thence west SO chains, to point of
commeneement, containing G40 acres
more or less.
ja29 PETER   PIOMBO.
Date located, December 4th, 1914.
For the Housel \
Delivered to your kitchen
door, like groceries
& c
wei
175,000,000 Bottles Yearly
That was thc demand for 1. udwo Lsor last
y«or.
The Anlwuser-I-usch Plant covers today
more than 142 scree-— equal to 70 city
blocks. It t*VOB steady employment lo
6,000 people, and to 1,500 more In its
brunches.
Every process, every room, is Immaculate,
Every bottle is Pasteurized ami Inspected,
This Quality-Plant, started nearly 50 years
ago, is a model of modern iacilities.
The hundreds of visitors who go through
every day know that nothing of its kind
could be made any better than Budweiser.
DIS-JOLL'TION    NOTICE.
TAKE  NOTICB   tbat  Hie  firm
f.i-C»ia>,    A#n.YV    A    ('».    -*»    b« kti      (liS
wilvil i_.|im_ k_. "Ui ter »f January
A. D. 1. li, . ■• that ill _.«.nmt_ ow
ing t» tne __._■ wit! . . tell.it.d by
.1. s'i«d Ritchie, tor ,._.« benefit of
the :_*] Ue-rt, anil .___. all a.cuuiit*
owing bay il... Arm will __ paid of
the Mtid J. I"'«l _tit<-h_w. »n «. ieon.fi
if tbe !_.__. Ootoo* *t Print. Rupert
B.C, this Hk «U*' ef Frtraaiy, A. D
ISIS.
J.     FRBD   -WTCMIE.
A. -1.  WRIGHT.
C.  T. Ueward   (wltnais to beth   sig
naJHira*). Lima-re
Notice is hereby given that on the
Erst   day   of   April   next    application
will   be  made to  the  superintendent
of     Provincial     Police   and    to    the
Board of License Commissioners foi
the  City   of   Prince  Rupert  for pet
mission   to  change   the  site   of    tlie
wholesale  liquor    business now   car
"ied on by the undersigned company
from  its present  premises,   namely
Lots 10 and 17, Block 11, Section 1
situate on   Second   Avenue,    City   of
Princ©   Rupert,   to premises   situate
on  Lots  15  and  IC,  Block   _2,   Sec-
tioh 1, on Fraser Street, in the City
of Prince Rupert,
Dated this 27th of February, A.D
1915.
Beaver  Wholesale    Liquor   Compan.
of  Prince   Rupert,   Ltd,
_Xnmi'2S C.   A,   SWEET,   Mgr
TAKE XOTICE that Poter Pionibo,
of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for permission to prospect for coal and petroleum over the following described
tends on the West Coast of Graham
Island: Commencing at a post planted five miles east and one mile north
of the north-east corner of Lot 24,15
thence nortli SO chains, thence west
80 chains, thence south SO chains,
tlience east 80 cliains, to point of
commeneement, containing 040 acres
more or less.
ja29 PETER   PIOMBO.
ikeena   Land    District—District
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
J. H. HILDITCh
Contractor and Builder
Estimates given on all classes ol.
work, whether small or large. Per.
Bona! attention given to every item
PHONB GREEN 321
FREDERICK  PETERS, K.C.
Barrister, Solicitor and Notary Publis
Offlce  In
EXCHANGE  BLOCK
DR. GILROY, DENTIST
Crown  and  Bridge  Work  _
Specialty
Office:  Smith   Block,   Third   Avenue
LAND ACT.
A. FAULDS. M.I. M.E.
Consiihiig Mining Engineer
Examinations   and    development    0!
Coal, Metal, Oil. Etc.
709 Duiismuii  St.       Vancouver, E.C
HAIRDRESSING
PARLORS^ i
Massage,   Manicuring,   Scalp   Treatment, Electric Treatments, Etc
.Irs.   N.  I .  Ilandasyde, Prop.
211 Third St PRINCE RUPER3
Skeena    Land    District—District    t
Quoen  Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that 1, D. Hog
of Queen Charlotte City, occupation
Farmer, intend to apply for permis
,ion to purchase the following de
scribed lands: Commencing at a pos
planted at the south-west cor
ner of Gooden Island in Bearskin
Bay, thence easterly thence norther
ly, thenee westerly, Ihence souther
y, following shore line to point of
onimeiicenient, containing live acref
nore or less.
DANIEL  HOGG.
Dated  6th February,  1915. f13
NOTICE.
The Canadian Patriotic Fund.
Will those who need assistance
from the above fund, resident In the
city er district and whose breadwinner Is on active sendee with the
forces of the Empire or her Allies
kinily notify tho senretar.v' of the
luteal organization,
tf VV.  H   COLLISON.
P.O. Box 735
P.O. Box 1714 Telephone 441
RITCHIE,   AGNEW!  &   CO
Civil Engineers und Surveyors
Prince  Rupert,   B.C.
Waterworks, Water Power, Whan
-onstruction, Reports, Plans, Domln-
on and Provincial Land Surveying
Electric Blue Printing, Negatives ant
White Prints
Ph'jne Blue 1S3        Res. Phone 391
UP-TO-DATE
LIKDSArS CARTAGE & ST0RA6I
O. T.  P.  CARTA .IE AGENTS
331    SECOND    AVENUE
JINGLE POT COAL
It handled by us. All orders recelvi
prompt attention   Phoue No. 08.
Phone  9 3.
P.D.   Box  ...
Form  11.
Form of Notice.
Hkeena    Land    District—District    ol
Coast   Range  5.
TAKE      NOTICE     that     Edward
Chesley,   Prospector,  of   Shames,   in
tends   to  apply   for    permission    to
follow Ing   described   land:
...omnionciug   at a post  planted one
.uarter of a mile east of Mile  Poa
83  of G.T.R.   from   Prince  Rupert 0
orth boundary line of railroad
right of way anil about one-half
nile easterly  from south-east corner
if   Win.   Bison's,    thence    nortli    HiiOIHco will open today lu  Law-l-Utla
liains, tkence west 10 chains, thenee
Pacific Cartage Limited
General   Teaming
Furniture   Moving   a   Specialty.
When you  buy COaU. buy  the PES.
— Ladysmith   Lump   or   Coniov
Washed  Nut,
The Queen Charlotte
Oil Fields Limited
south   10    cliains    .thence    easl    10
Building foi Kali- of a limited
amount  of   Treasury   Stock
chains  to the ■mint   of   commence-|GEO.  I'.   MACDONALD,   8ee.-Trea_
ment and containing  10 acre..
1  Je__.
Skeena   Und    District    Districl
..ue«n Charlotte Islands,
of
EDWARD   CUESliBY,
Anheuser-Busch, St. Louis
The Largest Plant of Its Kind
in the World
Some of the Principal
Buildings
HE   HIGH   COST di-'   LIVING   ' K-
IH'CI.II BY  BVVTNO YOlIt
He.!  Quality   Domestic   Lump   Coal
St).."(I Per Ton
litwi Quality Washed   Nut Coal
SIK.7.-I Per Ton
DELIVERED
—THE—
_.-—.                  _
HAYNER BROS
J   Pioneer
Funeral  Directors
and
_  Euibnlmera     open    Day
nnd
1  Night
Ladles*    Assistant
Attendance,
in
j    I'HUN'IC
86.    Tin THIRD i
IVE.
TAKE NOTICE 4ial  Peter Piombo,
<>f   Prince  Rupert,    B.C.,   occupation
Prospector, Intends to apply for por-
miaeion to prospect for ooal and petroleum over the following described
lands on  the  West   Coast of  li.R.ani
Island:  Commencing at a i-OiH planted   four  milofl    east   and    one    mile  TT    • Tv_.i.-.fnw      P /-»
north of the north-east cornel' of L<*I U 111 Oil       IrcUlSlcI       \jV.
2435, thence north  80 chains, thenoel .   ,    ...
west  SO    chains,    thence   s.uth    80       Prinee Rupert, B.C.. Phone M
chains,   thenee   east    80    chains,    toL 	
point  of  commencement,   containing!
644 acres more or  less. i wMHtHCf**** <hK-*XH«-__^^
}a. - PETRI.   PIOMBO.
Pirinc^ Rupert; Journal
SOc. per Month
A.  E   Rand, Pre-iiiem.
J. S. P '..ni... Manager
PRINCE RUPERT IMP. CO.
Distributors PRINCE RUPERT, B. C.
s^= j lands on the West Coast of Graham
Island: Commencing at n post planted threaj miles nortli of the north-easl
| corner of l,ot 2437, thenco north SO
__\ i chains, thence east 80 chains, thence
_____ south 80 chains, thenco west SO
==a .chains, to point of commencement,
_m containing till acres more or less.
'MM   ia'_. PETER   PIOMBO,
'"'''''      Date located, December 3rd, 191.
THE PRINCE RUPERT SASH
AND DOOR COMPANY LTD.
MAW1. liVK-TUfftBRS
I.OWH1..   BASH,   MAN'W-W-,   MOCIiW-tlih,     .SCTtOI.L   .1.11    liSSli
SAWING, __«_> Alii. IUIW-4- t*   _MWH.H--.0_1.    .UrsHE    XM>   OP-
MCE   FIJW    itU*.,   HtVM  FIHS'ISR A    fHClAVLV
.'notary and Oflice: 8e*enth  Areuii*,  Hay-      ov     (Si-vie
p o. rtox
V..-:
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B.O. ^^9MU^mmmmm§m
Wednesday, March  17, 1915.
PRINOB   RUPERT   JOURMAL
GRANITE
3RANITE of best  quality and  thoroughly tested  for sale
Cut  Stone or Crushed  Rock in
Quantities
. ML 3. McLEOD      Phone Green 217
""ocean fish"co7~
*fresli  Fish Arriving Every Day
.Mt-iide Oiders Pro   ptlj mended To
PHONE  BLUE S5tl
Skeena  Land  District —  District of
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
TAKE  NOTICE  that   Andrew   W.
Via  Lean,  of  IVince  Rupert,    B.    C,
occupation Can enter, intends to apply   for  permission  to  prospect    for
coal  i.nil  petroleum  over the follow-
ing    described   lands   on    the   West
Coi ■       f  Grahari   Island:   Couimonc-
ng ai   i-posi i lanl  _ two miles north
f tl e   north-east
ornei  of Lol  . 135, t! -■" e north so
chains, i hen :e east 1   t_.ence
30    chi Ins,   tl '    SO
hains   to   poinl   of   comn ei     menl
containini   640 i  -.
ANDREW    W.     li	
',    ii.  Peter Piombo
l    te lot ated' 23rd iber,  11' I I
GOVHRNMM.T WHATHEK
ROPOKT.
Fiimls-ied   by   ]-.   W.    Dawitng.
Fer 24  hsurs '■".-in-;  5  p.m.
March 16.
Bar.  reduced  to sea level. ... 20.7(10
Hlghesl   ti mperature    49,0
Lowest   temperature    , . 16.0
Rain      ' 06
-u-
.0. BOX 60
.
FOR
APERHANGING
OLiSHING AND
LL TINTING
HIGH CR    DE
DBCORAITING    A
INTERIOR
SPEOIALT'S
Martin Swan son
SECOND AVE '  " " McBRID.
»;0440 04 O4O0O4 4041KH.-5HKKH._K.
CANADIAN STEAM I
LAUNDRY      §
NOW  OPEN  FOR  BUSINESS |
<jl.ate.si. and Approved .Methods
flOnly   Skilled    Operators  Employed
Phone us mid ive will cull for a
trial  bundle
Note   oar   address:
513    SIXTH    AVENUE    WEST g
s
Phone No. 8 §
Canadian Steam  Laundry    2
'      KK     _HW-K-#-_HKHKH_<H_l. 0
-WlKHKHKHKHKHKHJi:
Capt. J. McGee
M.M..S.A.
Masters ami Mates prepared
for examination. Compass ad-
juster.
Phone Red 502
"NAUTICAL   ACADEMY"
Helgerson  Block, opposite
ilsti District    of
.  91     otto I   mhI...
i; Piombo,
i,     ,rt,   B.C.    .'-■•. ation
ly for pel
  '.    I   -nd pe-
n ot       :        '. ,   :■ described
p Graham
I I: nd    i omm   icing .it .    osl plant-
.  mile:    lorth  and  one   mile
     i easl    on or of Lot
' i 37 th< nci north 8. ohainB, I hem e
0 chain:;, Un nci south 80
cliains, llience west 80 ohains, !o
point of commenceinenl containing
648 I :■'.'_ more or ! :-.
v 19 PBTHR   PIOMBO.
Date located, Daoembfr 3rd,  191-4
March House Furnishing Bargain—Sale Price on Print Linoleums,  l.l cents, al George D. Tite's.
Save Dollars at George D. Tite's
I'urniture sale—everything reduced,
o—	
THE i UASI-: OF Till-:
MM! I'll  SEA   R.-UREI
Captain's   Lasl    Message
Ing of tlie Cruiser
Blucher.
-Sink-
PROTBC-
range io finish  her off properly.
_a___
"We had already set fire to two of JXAVISABLT.     WATERS
tion act.
the  enemy s  ships,  and    had    taken
R. «. C. Chapter 115.
the lead  of our  line,  when  the eap-
• The _m«eriijl Oil  Company  hereby tendent  of  Provincial   Police  anil  to
tain ordered fire to he directed tin ^ nelfin, that it has under Seethe Blucher, which was seen to beFW 7 rf tne above Act, deposited
.      ,,„    ,., ,     ,        . t    ,  WtiJ fee Minister of Public Works at
in   difficulties,    and    dropping    back K^te,^ Md in the offl,,„ o( tJ)e Dig.
from the remainder. We altered our.***- 0»g-_.-nr of- the Prince  Rupert Permission to remove the Keens* to.
..    . , ... (I«nd  Registration  District  at  Prince!the sale of lienor by wholesale from
that  was  when  our  casualties   com- jw,ei,t    Bc,   .,   tK-_..-i-ii,t i.»n    of- the
menced, as we had to get inside her BIBB and  the plane of tiie wharf and
gnarsaek   proposed   to    be    built   in
ii_*tii-e   Rupert   Harbor,   British   Co-
NOTICE is hereby given that on
the 23rd day of March next applica
tlon  will be made to   the   Superln
the   Board   of  License    Commissioners for the City of Prince Rupert for
^_*m_ii_
"Shells wore whistling all around |m,0... '.«
in
front     of     Waterfront
a»cording   to   registered
the premises known as Lots 1.5 and
16, Block 32, Seel ion 1, s4t»a_ie >.t
Frazer Street in the City of Prince
Rupert,   to  the  lauds   described    a.
us, and  cl! of a sudden  there was ufnton   of  the  Townsite    of   thi    _ald|LoU 19 and  ,0   Biook 28   fcelion  1
terrific  explosion    right    underneath !5_* *!
me.   ll   was  about   the  nearest  thing
1  ever  had.   When  I  nicked   myself
She   . .'t.'iv.iJd   Lam!   Registry
as Ne.  1123
AW'D TAK.. .NOTICE thai after
tbe e__.>lriition of one month from
Hut ttu'te of tho Ural publication ot
*_us K_.f_.ae, t-he said Imperial Oil
ii"*omH:.Tin will under Section 7 of the
to  Ui'     Minister   of
the said OKy of
day  of    1'ebrii
;»_id   Act
up ihe" was a heap of wounded offli ers and men lying rigl I at my
'i'c:. and   Engineer Captain  Taylor,
,_■_ iu     _a...     it M j ■;.,
not  an arm's length away,   mortallyff-.fl-.  Works al Ins office In the City
_,0,in,lcf] |*f OtEsrwa  for  approval  of  tho said
sile turf plans and  tor leaie to eon-
"1  shall never  forgel    It.  His last\*^***J& ■**2*"rt ;'nd S»r*'*'
l-WkffiJS-*   at   Prinee    Ruport,    B.C.,
voids were: 'Remember my wife and IkjLm  ^ui   day   of   February     A     D
mm. 4w-_4
Office "a Third Avenue in
Prince Rupert.
DATED   this   _0tl
a».y,  IS IB.
PRINCE   RUPERT l.MPOIvm.8 CO,
I/. WITH. I.
W,  II. Marshall, l__»am«r
I_lmar22 A(.p||»«ut.
1  C '  : .nds.
Skeena   Land    Dislrict—District
• f
"A stern chase is . long chase."
Thai of the British squadron aftei
the North Si a r: Iders on Jan u >
_•" was so described by Admiral
Beatty himself. A letter from a leading signalman on H.M.S. Tiger, in
the Loudon  Daily Chronicle of  Peb-
. TAKE NOTICB (hat Peter Piombo,
of   Prince  Ruperl,    B.C.,   ot.eniM.t_OH
Prospec  Intends to apply for per- ruary 6, shows that it  was a thrill-
mission to prospeel for coal and pe- ing as wei] ns stern cllase
treicuai over tlie following described!
lends ts the Wast Coast of Graham j     "Tliat  was  the  time!"    says   the
Island:  Co_UMQac_ig at. ». Host, plant-i_._,,.„ , ■ ,  ,,
ed  lire miles oast of the   urtKaut WrIter' sPeakin8 0l  the reception of
corner  of  Let  _.3i,  thenee  ea_st  88 the   flrsl   news   of   the   raiders.    "Up
chains,    thenco     south     S6     ohains,  „.,,„,. a,,„ ,,, ,  ,   ,,,,,,  ,      ,   ,       ,    ,
ihence  .rest S.   chaias, theace north\rmt ,he slgna1'    " knots'   and tlle
-6   chains,   io   poinl    of   eermmence-1hattle cruisers  were   straining   like
| daughter.' He expired before he
could finish the word 'daughter.' It
was that shell which accounted for
the majority of our casualties, but
all I got was a bruised forehead. We
avenged thorn by sinking the Tiltt-
cher.
"The remainder of the enemy
were by that time miles away, and
with very little ho(ie of catching
them before they got under cover of
Biont,  containing 640 acres  nur-i er
;less.
:ja29 PETBR   PIOMBO.
Date located, December 4th, 1911.
Skeena   Land     District—District    ef
Quoen  SkUarlotto Islands.
huge   greyhounds  to go   off at   top
speed, when we suddenly sighted the
enemy.
"Off  went   the  alarm,  and  everyone   was  at   action    stations    before
TAKE NOTICE that refer Piomko, you could look round, except the
»f   Pr-iuee   Rupert,    B.C.,   occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for permission io  prospeel   for    oal  and  pe-j"nd   signalman
roleum over the following described'
lands on  the  West Coast of Graham
island: Commencing at a post planted   five  miles  cast of  the  n«.th-e__rt
•Mrner of Lot 2435, theace lsrtb.  !.
chains, thenoe ea-it 80 chains, thonce
soath   SI    ol-ah-.,    theace    umI    ft
ohaius, to  point  of   commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
ja_9 I'KTHR   PIOMBO.
Date located, Deoember 4th, 1.14.
captain,   engineer    captain,    commander
Skeena   Land    Bin.rlct—District
Queen  Charlatte  Islands.
|    TAKE NOTICB that Peter ."iea'bo,
of   Prince   Rupert,    B.C.,    occn|»;_ti«u
Prospector, intonis to apply for permission  to prospect  for'coal  and  pe-
lelim ever the following describi .1
WWcilKHKiO-nDi. OOC40O0OUOr.a<H.   lands on  the West Coast of Grab.m
I    ind:  Commencing at a post plnnt-
n .   miles east  of the north-east
cornor of Lol  _!__■, ihence north SO
iis.    tii.nce     west     SO     chains,
fi    ;-  n '-  south   80  chains, thence east
't chains,  to   point   of   commence
ment,  containini;  (140  seres  more or
less.
j::,-':' PETES   PIOMBO.
Bate located, net-amber 4th,  1S11
Royal  Hotel
>t--_HKHM*_l_l_H_l>Ot_-KH. tt-IKHj
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
For Rent
REASONABLE!    RATES
THE
Continental Trust
Company
tkuw. i-hKh_o00o40ri-_--W_i_wiK.<Hi
The Morning Journal
50c. per month
Skeena   Land    District—District
lotte  Islands.
of.
"As soon os they sighted us the
enemy turned tail and started off al
full speed in an easterly direction,
so we saw it was going to be a race.
"Our squadron gradually worked
up until they were going at full
speed. The enemy were then seen
to alter their course to starboard
making towards Heligoland as fast
as they could. The chase won, on for
some time, and we were gradually
overhauling  them.
"We then  got  up to our  destroy- j
ers,
i'i line ahead, and an em my
si rover flotilla. The flagship,
Lion, made the signal to our
stroyers to givo i ha:
"Al  Fever Pilch."
"You shou'tl  have seen  them
along hot on the enemy's trail: thev
were   off   like   the   sholf  rom   a   gun.
day   of    February,
'AMU  HI-FERIAL OIL COMPANY.
-!•'■' -,
•__Wk
p*t«WI.I8      Ol'      GOAL      MINING
RI__H.I,AT_ON.S.
NOTICE   OF   (MNQUf-t-ATKHV     OP
RBWMRTW.
NOTICE IS  UEE'MBY  «IVEN that
rtiie   Reserve  existing    on    Detenlion
l'I_1a__d by rca-tra ot a Nt-t.ce puslish-
«o»l  Dunlins rlg»ts of the   Donilii-Lj ,. ,,,„ z^„. .  „.,      , .    _
risui  in   AUnrtoha.  Saskatchewan   aH(1 «d'» »he Brtol. Columbiu tVj.z«Ke on
atllioirtfi,   the   Y-Hkou    Territory,    thelthe SOth of May, 161_, is hereby can
*o*ttlw«_t Tewi-teries aud  a  portienlt,,,,,,.^
their mine fields, etc. We considered [* ** '»ovi_ice •_ BrWsh (S«l_mhm,'
may  oe fbaststl  for a  term  of   tv/eu-
-}'-*ft9 years itt au annual   l'ental of
<_   per  acre.  Not  mere   (linn    3,5.♦
acres will be leased to one a»plieant
Anirtlcatitvis   for  a   lense  _nust.  be
■iide  hy the  a^Blicant  in  person  to
Vm Aewit or  Suk--_flpeot of tlle dis-
fatet in  which  ths rights applied  for
are 8ltU8.ec.
it a good day's work, and sounded
the cease fire. It must have been awful on board the German ships."
Groceries—Our prices are the low.
Mt in town. You will save money o-
almost every article. Give us a tria
order today. Phone 123. Prompt de
livery. Mussallem & Co., 42J Fl.tii
Are.  East.
»_;«•»»  Lund   Distriet  -   Ditlrrie.   »_
«•.•.._:   CharliWto 'Islam**.
TAKE NOTICE Hi»- A»ir«w W.
Ma»L_-«ii, of FriBC» R»i»ert, B. •„
ii_wt>a-«-0« O. 1'i'C. :«n . i»4»_di to r.t-
r»_y lsr ^«ri_i_u_.ioB tie prorpect far
*<_ik- aaad pastrelsnu •'•!' ire .'oIIot.--
inf *«»9Tll»»d lauds om the Wee*
!>"•__-. ef Ohr. h. IndJ/iue
C«_rt »f Qtiahau. Island: Coa___.e_.»-
tag at a p«»t planted ona »__« »»Ttk
nad twe milM east »f tl«* »oii-l---MW-
ct»r_it*r »f Let. 2433, l__<."«-9 »•!-«_- HO
chaias. t.hssee w«_t S . .kaius. ._ia_i««
south 80 chains, t.heneo aas-l •*
chaii.. lo point «f •ouiHiMieenient,
contaiiiing <40 acres More or Ine.
ANDK»W W. MacLBAK.
who   reported  seven  large  ships fig Asent,   F«t»r  P1«m1i»
Date   located.   2»r#   Daaemliar.   19H
the
de-
n ip
TAKE NOTICE that Peter Piombo,,
of   Prince   Ftuport,   B.C.,   occupation every
Pros lector, Inti uds to apply for permission io prospect  for coal and  petroleum  over Ihe following d...rrlbod
I: lids on  the Wast Coast of GraJiam
Island:  Commencing at a posl. planted four miles north of the north-east
cornel  of Lol  2437, thence north 80
chains, thence east 80 cliains, thonce
outh    80    chains,    ihence    weet    80
hali      in  poin,  of   com men cement
oontainlng 640 acres moro er less,
ia:!. I'l-TMIt   PIOMBO.
Date located, December Ird, 1914
We  were at  fever  pitch  with  excitement  as  we  were  gaining  on    I hem
?Q0044400000000O0000oa0004a40000oa0040«*0m**r*«4
RUPERT MARINE IRONWORKS AN&
SUPPLY CO., LIMITED
U ATS.I.I KOVr,   PHINOE    l.<JI1.liT
i..m.im:i;i;s, MAOHJIMISTS ami   . iai'iilm. p.v   cfivri \ti ,»i;-
Spcciullsts in Murine Power llnnK, Oil, Steam or Gasolinn.
IS.   O.   I...-.M   Agents   far  MjO   Blltisll   Itl-M.ili-.nl   St.-iri-_»i«ael   01.1    tl*
:•••■_• — the mosl it'ijaiiie ami   ncamwlcal,    ntMi    n.«    rfHMtpaci
power for li.lilng l»aa4i_, ,D;a and  paxsnnser   -«N--i»Ita.
Htamlnrd <ins l.nglne Company's lOnga'ai".. in:<_ r.i't., iu itook.
}■&.
■ '   <■< .....".
W}
"It was aboul ten minutes to 9
when tlie enemy fired the first shot
at our destroyers, as they were wor-
rying the German ships.
"About 11 o'clock the Lion openrd
fire on the enemy, when they were
about 12 miles off, to get the range.
Our commander asked the captain
if he should try a shot then, and
was  told  in try  his  luck.
"The action then began in earnest,
the captain and engineer captain
i«''u was killed i gnlni down io
i lielr  station   In   i he  i onning   ti .ve
■ ad  ii '■  itgnalnii '
:,' below  di cl     -    ■   '  -..    ill and
B  two  ol     . I.  . •     _'ho  remalni
S J on 1 '•'■■ ini'l. i- In king oul for bub
nu rines, etc., ontil ii gol too warm
for us,
"We had begun to get. their rangi
lovely,  and  several   of   our   broai
sides got  home on them.   We   were
im roriNwed tt.iTitt.ry the lai-e
«i«Kt be d-saribed by sections, or
Imgai suiW-Vl«ion« oi sections, and
tn uimwreireol tarrttsry tho tract spotted for _a._i.j1 be staked out by the
Hj_yiioaji   tiiwsuK
H:_oL a-japilealioa must be a room-
■-vaktad by a loe ot %i, wht.la will be
w*u_Hi->ft If the Wshts applied (or
•av mot avarilahle, but net othor-
wlB». A ropaa-ty shall he ivaid on tbe
M-_n_b-_at__bl« Butpit of ttfe mln» at
We rote »f Ave centB per ton.
Tie »erso« nger-tttng the mine
stetH tnrniah tlie Agent with sw«ra
rwHuiiBe aecoinLtlng for the full
-m-mUt! ot mwrehanta-bTe coal ruined
ftjjd Bey the royalty thereon. If f'ue
•oal mihlrfg risrhts are not beiag o»-
•tnted, such returns should be fur
aislied at lea.t once a yenr-
The lease will include the coal
iBialag rights only; but the lessee
■ay kti permitted to purchase whatever availhblu siirfiioe rights may be
jB-BBldered neoessary for the working of the mint, lit the rate of if 10
l-or acre.
For  full    information    application
«_t»uid be made to the Secretary   of
'the  Department  of the Interior,   Ot
Skeena  Land   Dl»lrriist —-  Distriet •_ tawa,   er   te   any    Agent,    or     Sub-
Queen Charlotte hilands.
TAKE   NOTICH!   that   Andrew W
MaeLean,   of   Prince  Rupert,    B. C.
occupation Carpenter, intends to ap
ply  for permission  to   prospect for
coal and petroleum over the following described lauds oil the West
Coast of Graham Island: Comir.enc-
i»g at a post planto* one sail- nortli
and two Biiles aast of the north-east
corner of Lot 2415, tbence north SO
chaias, tbence c*st S» e.bat»s, thenee
south SO chains, theses wesi 80
chains, to point of conimenc-ament
contoiaing .10 acres moro or les*.
ANI.KHW W. MacLEAN.
fl_ ApeBt,  Poter  Piombo
Date located. 2lrd December,  1914.
Daily Journal
SOc per month
■..'■ '-■ ■
 '^*
■nun  J.'^--,:   "
f*";'.*..
Agenl  of Dominion  Lands.
W. W. CORY,
 I>ej>uly__MInlsler _ofJ.be Interior
JAMES GILMORE
ARCHITECT
Second  Ave. -Near McBrlde  St
HOTEL DIRECTORY
Members   of   the   Prince   Rupott
Licensed Vintners' Association
WINDSOR    HOTEL
Cor. of First Ave. and  l.ightli St,
W. B. Wright,  Prop.
HOTEL CENTRAL
l'Trst  Ave   nnd  Seventh St.
ICuropeiin   ami   American   Plant
«1..)0 to $2.80 Per l:»j
Peter  Black,  Prop.
R   A,   RHNWIOK,
Deputy Minister if Lunds
Department of Lauds,
Victoria, B.C.,
October 19th,  1914.       o2 !
004xw40<H*a40*«04mm00»0O04
Free
OUAKAKTWHt)
A ll in .trull   Silk
MOtsranr
WE    WANT   V'Oli   T*    KN8W
THKlME   litlSK
v Thoy stood the teet when all
others faiied. They give real
foot comfort. They Bavo no
seams to rip. The? »ever be-
ftcmie loose and has_tf as the
*srpe Is knit ia, not pieaaed in.
Theiy are 01. AHANTflfflfc for
___o_.o_?_, for 9tyl», for sixerUr-
ity erf material and wt»rtin_ao-
ship, ahsolutoly stainl ^,»b(1 te
wear slK month: witluout holes
or replaced by new paire free.
Our Kroo Offer
To every one seHtltJu. ue BOc
to cover shipping cba,»»es, we
will send, subject to iluty, absolutely   free:
Tnree pairs of our fajnou.
men's AMERICAN SLK
HOSE wiih written gnaraotee,
any color, or
Three pairs of our Ladles'
Hose, in clack, Tan or White
colors, with written guarantee.
DON'T     DjJLAY—•Ker    expires  when  dealer  ln  your   locality  Is   selected.   Hive   color
and  size desired.
5 Tne  International   Hosiery Co.
21  Blttner Street
S  Dayton. Ohio . I'.S.A.
_0OO4t4__44O4O_iWi**4Xl »mti0O
04440Wi04440040404*amm0-3-
a
I    THE MOST COMFORTABLE
| TOURING CAR
IN THE CITY
Answers all call., day and nigjii
Phone 99
Stand:     Hotel    Prinee    lluperi
Jl»0<WimaKl-i!li.t>l.«»»»'a#1!BM(%
laoynl   \iit»1 CoUcRn of CHiimln.
The next  oxannlnftMoa   for  the   en-
.   [endid   view of the liaille1'? ot Naval Cadets,   will  he held  at
the examination  oenfre» of the  Civil
.*-
ikl<
Stool, Iron, Oils, Wire Rope, ];-_-__-<■ BeJUag, '. ' . '-fci P*_t«.7j^
loltiinlil.iii ll»i>i_T.e frmpmKrm, 9tnmmge TUMetlmm, ttjmu mi wifi
■Marine   ActxiHxorits.
I        lirs—.I'liri-t-chtsi.   t'.jiiiptuciil mill   »i»ir
it-imh*.
u
P.O. BOX Si 5
1MLBPMONE 313
0 00 CHS 0 CHMWHt 4400* 0O441) O *-tk4^4O0t^<m*&m*<i<t^**l44O**Ott,
i     om  the bridge   «hen   i    b ■ an   to
el   ivan l, enemy sh,:1 ■ falling just
horl   and  Jusl  ahead  of us,   so  we
oi di rs in come down to the con-
-■-. <-r.
Q |
Ing going spli ndidlj
"   ■ -n   we goi   di ■■'i   'i -    -.  Tl g  captain   w; ■  gi. pi     oi lers        cool  as   a
  wi  '-   carrying
0111    some   ...-,:. IlltiOll
'   ■ right in the thick of the battle
then, and the noise was terrific with
i v i] bro idi '.'■'     ml   hi   em m; '-
1 iding around  us, bul    I
Ihey ml ;hl   they  could  nol  seei
lo hi'  i"'.
Service Con. mission in May, 1916
successful candidates joining the col
lege on or about 1st August:. Appli-
cations for ontry will lie rt.ceh'ael vji
to ISth April by the Fkv.ret.ary, OtrH
Service Coiiiraiseton, Ottawa, frora
whom blank entry fornts oan now _i»
obtained.
(Vindldale. for tAt. ivitmiaaririu ia
V»y a mat nnd be ___4rwe«a tfc* a«e^
of rnurt•■*•!, wo* (txista-ii es Uu. lv.1.
July,  1*15.
-'arUwr 4a«__bi ean be pki..iiv»s) si
■■■ yidtfMtooa  le tire i«_id«H'_4gnfi_.
O.   J.   rsUSHARAffft,
lt.»uW Mleieler ot Bhe Jtnval   faerrlco
Itt-BartBaeiil »f tie N«v«.| Servioe,
Ottawa, Jaaaary Itk,  l»l«i
;:eauil:u:-M_-.i   »i'l*t»K!:__t_i    «f    I* la
in' w#B »e(  kr piilll tq__ -
jtat
KNOX  HOTEL
fftrmi     Avo.     BstAToeu     iCI^Iitlt     nntl
mm i.
Riiropnan   Piun:   Kitten   BOc  m  $l.lli»
Per Hay
iV'-iiiu   aVI   llesiier,   Prope.
EMPRESS  HOTEJi
.1. V. Roohester V. D. Onsiey
Thlixi  Ave.   Between  Sixth and
Sevcnlli  Sim.
European Plan)  BOc io   $1  Per Day
Hl.VAL HOTEL
tforlej" *  IlitriieBS, Pimp.
Thiwi   A,-i«.  itu.1   S4y«_i   St.
I'liiitipcvtn   Plan _K_-:..it,  Hn«le,|
IHMfWBR      Wr.(_«J_l__ WfK     lVQVo;;
*♦/., *-»__tn-i-
■-'< _--_.<)   Ave.   and   ..'iv..l!   .St.
Hume  Vft
New Wellington
Coal
i in- Puviiiiie ::■'>-.< I, ..iii Ooal
ITeaiit'Ml,  Brlgbteat n«d  Best
Rogers & Albert
-eaind Avenue
Phoroi 116
BPVWHtlU
Prater and iUxlli •.(■
Plioeie   7

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