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VOL.  V.
PRINCE RUPERT,  B,  C, FRIDAY, JANUARY 22,   1915.
Price  •">   Cents.
NO.
S MAKE ASSAULT
THE KAISER'S FORCES MAKE NO
THE RUSSIANS HAVE A NEW PLAN OF CAMPAIGN
THE CAVALRY WILL BE GIVEN IMPORTANT
Russia Has Plan
Of Campaign  That
Is Being Developed
WAR  COST TO NATIONS
IN FIVE MONTHS TOLD
Casualties and Prisoners Are O.OOO,-
000—Struggle  Too  Costly   (<>
Continue.  Y'ear.
At.tbe end of the old year statisticians computed that five months of
the greatest war of history had cost
the nations involved 6,000,000 men
(killed, wounded and captured), and
157,000,000,000. These figures are
subdivided  as  follows:
Total    Casualties.
Great Britain—800 officers killed
4,000 wounded; men. 15,000 killed,
60,000 wounded, 25,000  missing.
France—Total casualties, 1,100,-
000, of whom 180,000 have been
killed.
Russia—Total casualties, 1,800,-
000, of whom 250,000 have been
killed.
Belgium—30,000 killed, 58,000
wounded,   35,000  captured.
Servia—Total casualMes, 170,000;
said by Austria to hnvi been captured,  80,000.
Germany—250,000 killed, 850,000
wounded, 400,000 missing.
Austria—-Total casualties, 1,500,-
000, of whom 160,000 have been
killed.
Financial  Cost.
Great     Britain—$225,000,000     a
month, or $1,225,000,000 at the end
(Continued  on  Page Two.)
GRAND BALL GIVEN    IMMENSE TASK
BY RAILWAY MEN     BEFORE THE NAVY
ELABORATE     DECORATIONS
THE   HALL  FOR  THE
OCCASION.
AT
Unique Approach to the Ball  Room
Which   Resembled
Car.
London, Jan. 21.—Strong t'orces
of Hungarian troops are proceeding
to the Bukowina frontier by way of
Bistritz to arrest the Russian  inva-
'"'""■ The grand  ball given by the rail
The Russians are unfolding a new waynien   of   the    G.T.P.    last    night
plan of campaign which within a
month will develop a fresh offensive
movement. It will not be trench
lighting but Held operations.
It Is particularly cited that the
composition of the Russian army
will be cavalry. This branch will
bear an important share in the now
plan which contemplates operations
extending over at least  six months.
proved in every way a success. The
only thing to mar the occasion in
any way was the fact that the space
available in the ball room was not
as large as It might have been. This
would, however, have been true in
any event, for no hall could have
been secured that would have proved
large enough for this popular annual
(Continued on Page Four.)
WHAT    IS    REQUIRED    OF    THE
GRAND FLEET TO PROTECT
BRITAIN.
Save From Attack Vigilance and
Effectiveness  Are
Necessary.
Allies Holding Their
Own Well On The
Frontier Of France
When the British people assert
that their navy commands the seas
or rules £he waves, that statement
should be faken relatively, says the
Montreal Mail. So large a portion of
the globe is covered by water that
not all the navies afloat, grouped
together under a entral ■•ontrol,
could establish a patrol competent
to sweep all enemies from the seas
in  i   given  time.
(Contini.  d. on   Pace  Two)
Pa:'i=, Jan. 21.—The official report from the front says the enemy
has violently bombarded our positions north of Notre Dame Le Lor-
lette.
l'hey began a new attack but
were soon repulsed in tho Champagne  region.
Two small woods north of a farm
at Beause Jour were occupied by us.
The enemy delivered an unsuccessful
counter-attack.
In Argonne the Germans made a
strong attack near Salient on our
j line in the neighborhood of St. Hubert.    After  a   violent,   bombardment
of our trenches they began the attack but were repulsed by the fire
of our infantry combined with the
artillery.
Tlie lighting continues In the
region of Hartmann and Weiler-
kopf.
A   NEW   LAUNDRY
OPENED   IN   THE   CITY
SEATTLE FIGHTING TO HOLD
TRADE IN FISH FROM THIS PORT
Canadian  Stenni   Laundry  Is Ready
for Business on Sixth  Avouue
West.
The Canadian Steam Laundry,
operated by local interests, lias opened up for business on Sixth Avenue
West at No. 515. This enterprise has
been undertaken by skilled practical
men, who have introduced tlie latest
j machinery and methods.
The new  business is  prepared    to
guarantee   satisfaction   and   invite   a
trial by the householders in the city.
! Phone s is the number, and Ihe nian-
y    tn
Steps Taken By Those Interested In Southern City To Send Delegation To
Washington To Induce Authorities to Put Back Duty On That ProdvLc-)^™^ £T
tion—How Situation Is Regarded As Fai As Prince Rupert Is Concerned
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer of
last Friday dealing with the meeting
held in that city to consider the fish
question as affected by the advent of
Prince Rupert into the trade has the
following:
"That there was only one way ot
dealing with  the Imminent diversion
PETITIONS LARGELY
SIGNED IN THE CITY
Practically Every One In Prince Rupert It Is Said Have Attached their
'Names To Paper To Be Presented
To H. S. Clements Relative to Fish
of the fishing industry of Alaska
from Seattle to Prince Rupert, B.C.,
and that was that the United Stales
government should be importuned to
replace the duty of 1 cent a pound
qn fresh or salted fish, was the decision reached at a conference of
local representative trnsportalion
and lishing men held In the Seattle
Chamber of Commerce yesterday.
"The conference further recommended that the bonding privileges
extended by this government to the
people of British Columbia, by which
llsh caught in American waters are
made ready for market and shipped
from Prince Rupert in bond to American cities in the East, should be
rescinded.
transportation companies, and one
from the Chamber of Commerce, be
appointed to go to Washington, D.C.
and present the facts to those in authority and nse every effort to get
legislation passed to prevent the diversion of the fish business from
Seattle to British Columbia.
"Form   ■    United    States    Senator
(Continued on  Page Four, i
Charles H. Buschmann, treasurer and
manager of the Northwestern Fisheries Co., and Ernest W. Ingalls,
assistr.ut nanager of the National
Independent Fisheries Co.; also R.
M. Calkins, traffic manager Chicago,
Milwaukee 4i St. Paul Railway: II.
E. Still, general western freight
agen-   Northern   Pacific   Railway;   II.
A. Kimball, assistant general freight
ageni Greal Northern Railway; 11.
C. Bradford, of the Northland
Steamship Co.; Roger D. Pineo, of
the Pacific Coast  Steamship Co :   (•'.
B. Ilanlon,  traffic  manager  port   of!
Seattle;   and   Max  Johnsen,   of   the
Great Western  Fisheries Co. 	
All spoke  to the same general ef-  O    ir> Tl J     _l     T ±    NT'   ,1    i       A   .
tec, inc.ud.ng m, johnsen, who B Company Paraded Last Night At
Held  Annual   Mooting.
The local Liberal association held
its annual meeting last night which
was very well attended. Officers were
elected as follows: President, T. D.
Pattullo; vice-presidents, F. w.
Dawson and P. W. Anderson; secretary, Alex. Manson. A number of
speeches were delivered breathing
the time-honored sentiment of immediate success to the party when
it got to the polls.
SIXTY-EIGHTH WERE OUT
IN THEIR NEW UNIFORMS
T\\p  work  of  circulating  the   peti- .Clements,   M.P.,  on   his  arrival   here
tlon that is to be presented to II. S. is  now  about completed.   Practically!
„ , . . .Ieveryone in tho city has signed the
BWlKl-OHWWKKHKHKHKH^ u   is  saj(l
j;     The petition  is  Intended   to    back
also proposed in addition thai  there;
"Tho conference, which was called should  be established  by   the   port
by  the   Alaska   and   transportation|0ommlsslon here a great fish market,]
biireaua of the chamber,  was
CANADIAN STEAM
LAUNDRY
NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS
11 Latest, and  Approved Methods
flOnly   Skilled    Operators   Km-
ployed
Phone us and we Mill call for a
trial   bundle
Note   our   address:
515   SIXTH    AVENUE    WEST
Phone No. 8
Canadian Steam Laundry
sided over by Judge Thorn
I president of the chamber.
All Speakers of One Mind.
'The1 conference was addressed by
up .Mr. Clements in his effort to get
such concessions from the Dominion
Government us will make this port
practically free to United States
bottoms to enter and land their
catch of (ish for Shipment in bond
to the United States.
The work is one that vitally affects Prince Rupert and there has
been an united effort to bring about
the boon it is expected would follow;
such   concessions.    Mr.   Clements    is I
j
expected to reach here Sunday night,
by the Venture on his way to Ottawa
to attend the session.
I'"" 1 where nil  the  fish   brought  in  could
i!<rko   be sold to the highest bidder.
To Send  Bel      tion   tu  Washington.
"Foil '.ing to, e addresses J. S.
Gold r ill] | r< Si lit. (1 :i resolution
which was adopted, that a committee of live consisting of one from
the fish dealers of Seattle, one from
I Thomas ,1. Gnrnuln, of Gorman &
Co.; William Calvert, of the San
Juan Fishing & Packing Co.; Editor
Cobb,    of    the    Pacilic    Fisherman; |the Hsb men of Alaska, two from the
i _____ .
II Fought To A Draw
Milwaukee, Jan. 21.—Mike Gibbons had a shade the advantage
over Jimmy Clabby in the middleweight cla in a ten-round light
here tonight. No decision was given but a majority of the sporting writers at the ringside agreed that Gibbons had somewhat the
better of it.
ckil>«-l»OTH3W«KHKHK«H>^^
Practically Full Strength — Non-
Corns Named By Capt. McMordie
At  The Opening Ol  The Drill
Last evening "i:" Company of the corporal if No. 1 section, W, A. Pat-
local militia regiment, the sixty- terson; corporal of No. 2 section, \v.
Eighth, paraded for drill in uniform Wllllscroft; eorponal of No. 3 sector the first tiuto. The body made an tion, .1. Clapperton; corporal of No,
exce lent showing and were pul ■! section, C. L. Youngman.
throng company drill for an hour Allowing ton minutes rot- the for-
by fa, . M Moidie. who is In com- matton of tlte different sections by
iiuuid. tbe   non-coms.,   the    company    again
Before proceeding to drill, Capt. assembled and proceeded to work.
McMordie designated the non-com-.In the new active service uniform
missioned officers that had been of khaki they looked exceptionally
named for "B ' Company. These smart. Good lits had been made from
were as follows: Color-sergeant, W. the stores received and It would be
M. Brown; sergeant of No. I Bectlon, difficult to find a better looking body
| a. Batchelor: sergeant of No. _ sec- of men.   Leather half-leggings have
tlon, W, 11   Hankin8; sergeant of No.  been issued and these add materially
3  section, J.  McOowan;   sergeant  of to (he appearance.
4  section,   II.   II.    D,    llemmell:
(Continued   on    Pace   Four.)
•_*_- Frl la
PRINCE    RUPERT     JOURNAL
tertttfc -Kupcrt Journal \tTOm German raids' °"e of wi,!c;
•^ M evaded  Its vigilance.  Discussing this
Telephone U.S.
O. II. .NELSON, Editor.
Office: 12S Third Avenue East,
near McBride Street. Telephone 138;
Postofflce Box 007.
DAILY  EDITION.
Published    every   morning    except
Mondav.  Delivered by carrier in the
city ai the following rate, if paid in easy to define its northern
matter, the following appears in the
Pall  Mall Gazette:
"The raid by German cruisers on
the north-east coast should bring
home to those who think of the
North Sea as a nuher big lake some
idea of its veal magnitude.  It is not
Phone  300
Suite  1
advance:
One  Year    $5.00
Six   Months    $2.50
Three  Months    $1.25
If    not    paid    in    advance,
per  Month    $0.50
WEEKLY  EDITION.
Skeena Land District—District of
Const. Ttan,:e 5.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Thomas
Henry Tracy, intand to apply for a
licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted one mile south of (he southwest corner of H. McLean's No. s] Federal Bldg.
claim, being about 1 1-2 miles north
of the Beaver River and 3 miles
west of the Cedar River; thence
east SO chains, thei ce north SO
chains, thence wes't SO chains, tlience
south SO chains to the point cf com-
iinencement, containing 640 acres, to
area    places    it    at   140,000    square be  known as T.  H.  Tiacy's   No.    11
miles,  while a  recent careful  calcu-; claim.
P.O.  Box  163E
Harrison W. Rogers
ARCHITECl
the  most   moderate  estimate
Prince Itupert, B.C.
lation by a German statistician gives
ii 548,000 square kilometres, which
is equivalent to 211,528 square
miles. But the ceaseless watch and
ward   of  the  British   licet   now   ex-
Published every Friday for circulation outside the City of Prince
Rupert at $2.00 a year, addressed to
points in Canada; or $3.00 a year to
all   points   in the United   Kingdom J tends to Iceland, and altogether not
"less  than   400,000   square    miles   of
water  have  to  he  patrolled  by   the
THOMAS   HENRY  TRACY.
Per G.  F.  Monckton, Agent.
Located August  20th.  1914.      oiti
the   United  States or other   foreign
countries.
Advertising  Rates Upon Application
Friday, January
1010.
ACCIDENT   PHE\ F.NTlON.
Thai accident prevention is largely a matter of education has been
clearly demonstrated by carefully
compiled statistics of some United
States railways, recently published.
On one railway, during a period of
fifty-three months of operation
since the formation of safety committees among the employees, a reduction of 371 is shown in the number of persons killed and of 11,258
in tiie number injured.
At the same time, despite this
favorable showing, in three years
there were registered 17,781 accidents, of which 00 out of every 100
could have been prevented.
While no statistics of the accidents occurring throughout Canada
are available, it requires only a rasu-
al glance at the newspapers to show
that the number is large. In view of
this fact it is very evident, that there
is great need of an extension or the
"safety first" educational movement
in Canada. The subject is one which
should not be left entirely to private
interests to develop; it is in the general interest of Canada at large thai
the number of her disabled and injured citizens should be greatly reduced.
A fertile field for the propagation of the "safety first," or accident prevention, movement is the
public school. The need of care
should be taught the Child, as lasting impressions can be made upon
the young mind. The pulpit also has
an influence which should be directed towards education along accident
prevention lines. This work may
rightly come under the head of social service, in which some churches
are taking an actve interest.
Canada owes ii to her people,
municipalities owe it to their citizens, schools and other organizations
owe it to their scholars and members that attention be faithfully directed to the mailer of safety and
accident  prevention, both  public and
' onal and that they be made to
reall e thai II Is bi Iter to be careful
i lian  bi    i - rl  pie.
IMMENSE  TASK.
I    ,'.        • 'i .
1'
n    '       German
!               p     |f),      .   ;
Ind
,
■n  of   mon      hai
:
■■:.•
scouts of the Grand Fleet. Big as the
fleet is, it is not big enough to prevent a surprise raid at some point of
the 700 miles of coast on the eastern   seaboard.
To ensure every square mile of
the Xortl/Sca Itself, from the Shet-
lands to the mouth of the Thames
being kept under observation, at
least GOO scouting vessels would be
needed, for under the most favorable
atmospheric conditions barely 300
square miles can be swept from the
crow's nest of a cruiser
German fleet can select its own
time and place for its heroic bombardments of undefended towns."
It will be seen from these figures
how very efficient and alert the British fleet must be to have given the
Empire such a large degree of immunity from  attack.
Skeena Land District — District of
Coast, Range 5.
TAKE NOTICE tn-1 I, Thomas
H. Tracy, intend tn i pyly for a licence to prospect i... r .mal and petroleum over the fo lowing described
lands: Commencing i t a post planted
one mile south of the south-west corner cf P. ChaiSley s No. S claim, being , ul 1 1-2 miles north of the
Beaver River and 4 miles west of
the Cedar River; thence north 80
chains, thence west SO chains, tlience
south SO chains, thence east 80
chains to this post Tracy No. 12, S.E.
Cor., comprising 640 acres to be
known as T. H. Tracy's No. 12 claim.
THOS. H. TRACY,
Per G.  F.  Monckton.  Agent.
Located August 19th, 1914.      ol6
Skeena   Land    District--District    of
Queen Charlotte   islands:
TAKE  NOTICE   that   John    Alexander Murray, of Prince Rupert, B.
O,  occupation  Carpenter,  intends  to
and   the apply for permission to prospect for
coal and petroleum over tbe   following described lands on Massett Inlet
Graham Island:    Commencing   at   c
post planted at the south-west corner
of  Lot  No.   1579,  thence   north    SO
chains, thence east 80 chains, thence
soutli   80   chains,    thence   west    80
chains  to   point   of   commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
JOHN ALEXANDER  MURRAY.
Date located 27th July, 1914. s23
THE   HOME   USE   OF
CANADIAN   Pl LPWOOI)
 a±.
Increase in tbe Manufacture of Pulp
in Canadian Mills.
Sixty-four pulp mills In Canada
report a total consumption in 1913
of 1,109,034 cords of pulpwood.
Nearly an equal amount was exported to the United States in an unmanufactured condition. Thus, foi
the first time in the history of the
industry, more than half of the pulp-
wood produced in Canada was manufactured into pulp in Canadian pulp
mills.
Quebec leads in the consumption
of pulpwood, followed, in the order
named, by Ontario, British Columbia, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia. As the pulp industry on the Pacific coast is still in its infancy,
steady increase in British Columbia
may be expected. Over two-thirds of
the wood used for pulp was spruce,
and one-fourth balsam fir. The percentage of fir used has increased
steadily, as the prejudice against
this wood lias been overcome. Jack-
pine is also beginning to be a factor
though still a small one, less than
20,000 cords being reported as manufactured   in   1913.
WAR   LOSS  TO   NATIONS.
(Continued   rrom   Pnse   One.)
look!! II,
'
i   impllshed by Admlra'
. nd
in' fi  et,   and   em b	
to understand why tiie Brnden was
able lo pi'iiel Ise with Immunity for
so long !i time tiei' Irritating operation     '.".,■! at i   British   commeri e.
To And a Heel at sea Is an infinitely harder task than to attack and
bomb - i ! hmd. The island has
ii place "ii i he map, and will always
bi fi nd [here, bul ,i Reel is constantly on the move, i'he Grand
Pl  ol i;i 'at Britain, believi ,l to be
erat         ■■',„ th  8c a, has   It-
sell       ■ |     to   aci "in-
■a  guarding  the  Eng'lsh  coasl
of  file  year.
France—$300,000,000  a  month,  a
lotal   nf   $1,600,000,000.
Russia    $350, ,000  a  month, a
total  nt   <i 750,000,000
i lei. i ....     1300,000,000  a   month
a   total   "i   $^,500,000,000   a<    home
in  addition  to  paying  th     exp< nsea
I ■ i   ally, Turki ■
tl     tted   total,   ii ,000 .
	
Ion, HI tii ■ warrln , ,i t'-
llons are Bald to have lost perhaps
. •' iave lenl by the
paralyzation of commerce ami Industry, Owing to this tremendous
'"si financial authorities say thai
the war must end within the next
live months.
Skeena  Land  District — District o
Skeena, Coast R. IV.
TAKE NOTICE that Margret A.
Kerr, of Vancouver, B.C., occupation
Clerk, intends to apply for permission to purchase tho following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted at tbe head of Inlet running
in from the south-west corner of F i
Island, thence south 80 chains,
thenco Travers Shore lino in an easterly direction about SO chains, thenca
north about CO chains, thence west
about SO chains to point of commencement, containing 640 acres
more or less.
MARGRET  A.   KERR.
J.  P.  Mcban. Agent.
Dated August  22,  1914. s26
Skeena  Land  District — District of
Coast, Range 5.
TAKE NOTICE that I. Hugh McLean, intend to apply for a licence
to prospect for coal and petroleum
on the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
half a mile north of the Beaver
River and 4 1-2 miles west of the
Cedar River; thence east SO chains,
thence south 80 chains, thence west
80 chains, thence north 80 chains to
the point of commencement, containing 040 aires, to be known as H. McLean's No   11 cloim.
HUGH  McLEAN,
Per G. F. Monckton, Agent.
HE  HIGH  COST OF   LIVING  HE.
DICED BY Hl'VTXG VOIR
Best   Quality    Domestic    Lump    Coal
$l)..-50 Per Ton
Best, Quality  Washed    Nu!  Conl
IBS.7.1   Per   Ten
DELIVERED
-iiit;-
Union
r«'.-»*•> v»o*'ov*
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one ■'>■
Located August 20th. 1914.      ol6
Skeena   Land  Dlstrlcl. — District  of
Coast, Range 5.
TAKE NOTICE that I Hugh McLean, intend to apply for a licence
to prospect for coal and pelroieum
on the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted one
mile south of the south-west corner
of P. Chesley's No. 5 claim, being
about 1 1-2 miles north of the Beaver River and 4 miles west of the
Cedar River; thence south SO chains,
thence east SO chains, thence north
80 chains, thenco west SO chains to
the point of commencement, con
talning 041' acres, to be known ac
It. McLean's ,\'o   1" claim.
HUGH  McLEAN,
Per G.  P.  Moncklon, Agent.
Dated Jn'y 2 1th, 1914.        aug 19
L MACHINE
Engines  Installed  ajd    General
Repairs
Oxy-Aeetylene   Plant   in    Coriiectioii
Phone Red 150 Third Avenue
J. H. HILDITCH
Contractor and Buildei
Estimates given on all classes of
work, whether small or large. Per.
sonal attention given to every item.
PHONE GREEN 321
FREDERICK PETERS,  K.C.
Barrister, Solicitor and Notary Publi.
Offlce in
EXCHANGE BLOCK
DR. GILROY, DENTIST
Crown and Bridge Work a
Specialty
Oflice:  Smith   Block,   Third   Avenue
J.  W.  POTTER, L.I.R.B.A.
ARCHITECT     AND     STRUCTURAL
ENGINEER     ,
Re-inforcefl Concrete a Specialty
P. O. Box 271
A. FAULDS, M.I. M.E.
Consultiig Mining Engineer
Examinations  and    development   of
Coal, Metal, Oil. Etc.
709 Duusmuii  St.      Vancouver, B.C.
PARLORS
Massage,   Manicuring,   Scalp   Treatment, Electric Treatments, Etc.
Mrs.   N. L. Handasyde, Prop.
211 Third St.        PRINCE RUPERT
JAMES GILMORE
ARCHITECT
Second Ave. Near McBride  St.
P.O. Box 1714 Telephone 44S
RITCHIE,   AGNEW   &   CO.
Civil Engineers and Surveyors
Prince  Rupert,  B.C.
Waterworks, Water Power, Wharf
Construction, Reports, Plans, Domin-
on and Provincial Land Surveying,
lilectric Blue Printing, Negatives and
White Prints
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.    1 •   JL   6   k>.   Dm
Sailings for Vancouver
Victoria and Seattle
S.S.  Prince George every Friday lit I) n.m.
S.S. Prune John at 7 p.m. on Sunday, January ;i, 17, 31 j February
11, 28, etc.
For Massett and Port Clements S.S. Prince John 10 p.m. Saturday,
January I), 2;l; February 0, 20, etc.
For Skidegilte, Lockepdrt, etc., S.S. Prince John 11 p.m. Sunday,
January 10, 24;   February 7, 21, etc.
For Stewart and Naas River S.S. Prince John I) a.m. Wednesday,
January  13, 27;   February 10, 24, etc.
For Anyox (Granby Bay) S.S. Prince George midnight every Wednesday.
. G.T,P.  RAILWAY SCHEDULE
Trains leave Prince Itupert for Prince George, Edmonton, Melville,
Winnipeg, etc., at 10 a.m., Wednesdays and Saturdays, connecting with  trains  for  St Paul. Chicago and all   points   enst.
Trains  arrive  from  the east on Thursdays and Sundays at 0.3O p.m.
G.T. RAILWAY SYSTEM
Tbe  Double-track    Route
From Chicago to Toronto, Hamilton,   Buffalo,   Montreal,    etc.,    etc.
For reservations, tickets and full information regarding travel to
any part of the world apply to the fi.T.P. Ticket Office, Third
Avenue;   Agency all Atlantic Steamship Lilies.
MUM 'rawsroiTiMHflraos^^^^
Canadian Pacific Railway
PRINCESS MAY
NORTHBOUND, MONDAY
PRINCESS MAQUINNA,
SOUTHBOUND, 8 P.M. SUNDAY
J. G. McNAB, General Agent, coruer Third  Ave.   and   Fourth   St.
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3SI     SECOND   AVENUE
JINGLE POT COAL
Is handled by us. AH. orders recelvi
prompt attention   Phone No. HH
enn     I.nnd     District—District    of
Skeena, ('ohm i:. iv.
TAKE NOTICE that 1. William A.j
Preston, ol Winnipeg, Man., occupation Lumberman, Intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following!
di a :] IBed land . Commencing nt a
posl planted on t'i north end of Fin
' ind, 80 i bains west, of Inlet,
ihencu son tli mi chains, thence east
SO chains, thence north aboul 36
chains, thence 'l ravers Inlet to the
most northerly point, thence west
aboul Si) chalnt in point of commencement, containing 640 acres
more or less.
WILLIAM   A.   PRESTON,
J.  P.   Median, Agent.
Dated August 22   1914. sl-li
.NOTICE.
The Canadian  Patriotic Fund.
Will those who need assistance
from the above fund, resident ln the
city or dislrict nnd whose breadwinner is on active service with the
forces of Ihe Empire or per Allies,
kindly notify tlie 'secretary if tho
local organization,
tf W. BI   ''ni LISON,
P.O. Box 786.
The Queen Charlotte
Oil Fields Limited
Oilice will open  today in  L.iw-liii'lc
Building  fiii   sal,- of a limited
amount  of   Treasury stock
GEO.  P.    MACDONALD,   Sei.-Treas.
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FUNERAL   DIRECTORS
Ca/nVfti  mil   l.-idutiiiiin Supplies at
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Shipping Cms a Specialty
TERMS REASONABLE
A. ALLET,  Mgr. Phone   11.
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CLEAN UP AND PAINT UP NOW
O-CEDAR     .MOPS,  O-CEDAR  .MOP  POLISH
ALABASTINE   SANITARY  WALL COATING
WATER HOSE, GARDEN TOOLS,  WATERING CANS
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PAINT  BRUSHES,   LAWN  .MOWERS AND GRASS SHEARS
CARPET    BEATERS,   GARBAGE  PAILS
WINDOW   SCREENS,  SCREEN  DOORS
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Embnlmers.     Open* Day    and
Night.     Ladies'    Assistant    in
Attendance.
PHONE SO.    710 THIRD AVE.
Coal, Furniture Moving, Baggage
and Heavy Teaming
W. J. CRAWFORD, Manager
PHONE 566 °"ice and Rosidence:
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PRINCE    RUPERT    JOURNAL
Friday,  January  --',   101;
TIMBER SALE  X 310.
Sealed tenders will be received by
the Minister of Lands not later than
noon on the 10th day of February.
1915, for the purchase' of Licence
X 310, to cut 1,800,000 feet of
Spruce, Hemlock and Balsam, on
Lots 6001 and 6002, Range Five,
Coast District, on the Kitimat River.
Three (3) years will be allowed for
the removal of the timber.
Further   particulars  of  the    Chief
Forester, Victoria,  B.C.,  or the  District  Forester,  Prince  Rupert,1 B.C.
jal6
Prince  Itupert    Assessment    District.
COURT OF  REVISION.
NOTICE is hereby given that a
Court of'Revision and Appeal under
the provisions of the "Taxation
Act" respecting the assessment rolls
of the Prince Rupert Assessment District for the year.lfilii, will be held
at the Provincial Assessor's Office.
Prince Rupert, H. C, on Friday,
January 29, 1916, at 2 o'clock ln the
afternoon.
Dated at Prince Rupert, ' B.C.,
January 9,  1915.
ALFRED   CARSS,
Judge   of the Court of Revision   and
Appeal. jalO
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TAX NOTICE.
Prince   Ruperl     Assessment   District.
NOTICE  Is "hereby  given   in - accordance with the Statutes, that all
assessed taxes and income tax, assessed and levied under tlie "Taxation Act" -are now due and payable
for the year 1916. All taxes collectable for the Prince- Rupert Assessment District are due and payable
at my Office, situated in the Provincial Land Registry Building, in the
City of Prince Rupert, B.C.
This notice in terms of law, is
equivalent to a personal demand by
me upon all persons liable for taxes.
Dated at Prince Rupert, B.C.,
January 9,  1915.
C. W. HOMER,
Assessor     and    Collector    for     the
Prince Rupert Assessment District.
Skeena    Land    District—District    of
Skeona, Coast R. IV.
TAKE   NOTICE   that   William    A.
Kerr, of Vancouver, B.C., occupation
jaborer, intends to appl,- for per-
nission to purchase the. following described i-.urts: Commencing at a post
planted un the etlst side of t>he mouth
of the Inlet on the north sine of Fin
Island, thence east about 00 chains
to the beach, thenco about SO otbains
ln a north-easterly direction, thoneo
Travers Beach back to point, of commencement, containing about 3r.
acres more or less.
WILLIAM   A.   KHRK
;,     .'.'"" J.   P.   Meehan,   Aawat.
' Dated  August 2,2,  1914. s2_G
Skeena   Land     District—District    of
Skeena,  Coast R.  IV.
TAK,E   NOTICE   that   NaUi;iu.d   W,
Bradstack, of Vancouver, R 0 . occupation Laborer, intends to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted at the extreme bead,
of Inlet on the south-west corner of
Fin Islund, tlience north about 25
chains, thenco west, aboul 70 phains,
thence Travers Shore line'hack to
point of commencement, containing
300 acres more or less.
NATHAMD W.  BRADSTACK.
.1.   p.  Meehan,   Agent,
Dated   August  22,  1914. s20
HOW COOKING IS
DONE AT FRONT
POOD SUPPLIES BROUGHT LP TO
THE MEN IN TRENCHES BY
NIGHT.
I'll.-
Conditions    Prevailing    About
Christmas Time Are
Described.
the room resounded with sounds of
splashings, gruntings, and such cries
as. "Eh, Bill, you've got yor foot in
my mouth!" "Ltimme, this isn't half
fine, this ain't!" As fast as the sergeant thought each 14 Sufficiently
clean they were ordered out to dress
in their clean clothes and their
places taken by another 14 of the
"unwashed." It's wonderful what an
by General  Carranza Great   Britain ^^Q&M&aOWO&O*^^
may  take  decidedly   drastic   action.
The  Ambassador  explained  that  Mr.
Product No.
Contains about  2)4   lbs.
$1.80
Bryan  had suggested   to   him   that.
Great    Britain   herself   might    make I
i
representations  directly  to  Carranza j
on the point involved.
An ollicer from the front in France
writes:
You say it would interest you to
know how we are fed in the trenches. Anything one gets hot Is heated
over one's own little fire—which has
to be kept very small for obvious
reasons. At about 7 a.m. the call
coines down the line, "Ration orderlies at the double!" In reply six men
per platoon (50 men) repair to the
quartermaster-sergeant's store and
are there dished out with one tin of
bully beef or one tin of meat and
vegetables, one loaf of bread, or the
equivalent in biscuits, one rasher of
bacon, -1 oz. jam, 1 oz. butter, and a
tea and sugar ration per man, or
rather I should say, should be dished
out, as not very frequently are full
rations forthcoming. The food is
brought up under cover of darkness
the night before by wagon, to a place
about half a mile from the trenches,
and from there.it is carried by fatigue parties right into tho trenches.
So you see, we aren't really very
hardly dealt with in re foodstuffs.
You can picture yours truly at something to 8 every morning crouching
over a badly-burning lire trying to
fry a bit of fat and greasy bacon in
a dirty mess-tin lid; and really
when one finishes up by frying a bit
of bread in the gravy it isn't half
bad. If only the clay wouldn't get
into everything! And it's rather poor
fun when it's rained so hard that it's
loo wet for a fire and so impossible
to make tea,,let alone cook your fat
rasher. The commissariat and Army
Service Corps arrangements .are
never-ending source of amazement to
us all,  they are so exhaustive.
The men have taken to singing
Christmas carols in the evenings,
tints rubbing in that it's Christmas
time. At night in the trenches we
can plainly hear the Germans singing "Der Vaterland" round their
trench fires, but on wet days they
do not sing. They have started using
hand grenades—sounds like a return
to the Napoleonic wars—with considerable success. We ourselves have
not stopped any, but the battalion on
our right hud two pitched into them
last week. I must tell you of a novel
and pleasant experience we all went
through the other day—we all (thq
whole company) had hot baths.
Really 1 think it was one of the best
managed concerns 1 have ever come
across. We all inarched up to a building that was evidently a derelict
laundry. As soon as the men entered
the building each was served 5ut
with a bundle containing a clean
shirt, pants, vesl and socks. They
filed into a long room. Where there
were eight cum minis vats full of
hot water, with little chunks of soap
arranged all around the edges. The
men undressed at one end of the
room, throwing their old
i lothlng mi to a big heap, Their outer clothing was all collected, done up
inlo bundles, and pa sed tp to ti
room overhead, where 11 was goni
over with a bol Iron, The R.A.M.C
sergeant' In chai ■ of washing arrangements, then ordered 14 m<5h
Into  each   vat,  nnd   for  lu    minutes
Coal and  Petroleum Act.
(Form No. 9.)
Form   of  Notice,
inspiring effect .a good hot bath and|Hazelton  Lam]  District_Distrjct
Coast, Range 5.
clean clothing has on tired men.
The sergeant told me he had 'put
through" 1,000 in iwo days, and
thul we should how get a bath
roughly every 10 days, which I
think is a wonderful bit of organization.
of
BRITAIN HAS TROUBLE
WITH   GEN.   CARRANZA
TAKE NOTICE that John V. Rit-
tenhouse, of Prince Rupert, B.C , occupation Mining Engineer, intends
to apply tor a licence to nrospect for
coal and petroleum over and under
the following described hinds: Commencing ut a post planted about 2 V2
miles north-east from the confluence
of the Copper and Kitnayakwa rivers) tlience souMi 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains; thence north 80
chains; tlience enst 80 chains, to
point of commencement, containing
04 0 acres more or less.
SPLENDID  FOR   PLUMBERS
The sale of Product No, 99 is strictly
confined to the high-clasi supply
houses. Its cost of manufacture is
therefore not affected by Dept. or
"price cutting store" influence that
so ofien drives manufacturers to tlie
use of Inferior chemicals and processes. Nor Ig the dealer allowed to
reduce the retail price under penalty
of   having    his   supply    terminated,
I
Demands   Lilting    of    Embargo    on
Oil Production at Tamplco—
Navy  Needs Fuel.
J.  V.   RITTENHOUSB.
Dated October 24th, 1914.
British warships will be sent to
Tamplco, Mexico, to protect British
interests there unless General Carranza removes the embargo he has
placed on the exportation of fuel oil,
says the New York Tribune.
This, in- effect, is what Sir Cecil
Spring-Rice, British Ambassador,
told Secretary of State Bryan at a
conference in which the Ambassador
informed the Secretary with great
vehemence that the treatment of the
British oil concerns at. Tamplco was
no  longer tolerable.
Sir Cecil Spring-Rice told Mr.
Bryan that the rights of British subjects engaged in the oil industry
had been interfered with and that
General Carranza's actions of late
had tried the British patience to the
breaking point. Tlie. Ambassador
urged that tlie American government take some definite action at
once looking to an ending of the
embargo on exportation of oil and
the enforced idleness of the oil plants
at  Tamplco and  vicinity, and   assur-
known as G.  F. Monckton's   No.   11
ing  the  Carranza   government    thaticlaim-
'GEOFFREY  FRANCIS  MONCKTON,
Locator
Skeena Land District — District of
Coast, Range 5.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Geoffrey
F. Monckton, intend to apply for a
licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over the following described lands: Commencing at a post
marked Monckton's No. 12, S.W. Cor.
planted one mile south of the southwest corner of P. Chesley's No. 8
claim,'being about* 1 1-2 miles nortli
of the Beaver River and 4 miles
west of the Cedar River; tflence 80
chains east, thence nortli 80 chains,
thence west 80 chains, thence south
80 chains to the point of commencs-
ment, containing 640 acres to be
known as G. F. Monckton's No. 12
claim.
GEOFFREY F. MONCKTON,
Locator.
Located August 19th, 1914.      olC
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
finest plumbing.
DON'T ARGUE DON'T   PUT   OFF TEST    IT
This preparation has been so generally successful in clearing
drains that It is bought over :;nd over again by those who have
tried it, but inasmuch as no o: € can know the actual condition existing within a pipe, it is absolttely impossible for the manufacturer or tiie dealer to guarantee tie result.
CHEN!CAL PRODUCTS CO., NEW YORK
FOR SALE  BY
HARRY HANSON
THE   RELIABLE   PLUMBER
FOR   THE    BEST   IN   PLUMBING   AND    HEATING    PHONE    480
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Coal, Cement, Plaster and Brick
AND A COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDERS' SUPPLIES
Skeena  Land  District — District  of
Coast. Range 5.
TAKE  NOTICE   that   I,   Geoffrey
Francis   Monckton,   intend    to  apply I
for a licence to prospect for coal and
petroleum  on  the  following described   lands:    Commencing   at   a    post
planted one mile south of the south-
iwest  corner  of  II.   McLean's Nu.    8
|claim, being about 1 1-2 miles nortli
of the Beaver River and 3 miles west
of the Cedar River;  thence south 80
chains, thence east SO chains, thence
north   80   chains,   thence   west   80
chains,  to  the  point  of   commencement,   containing   040    acres,  to    be
WESTH0LME LUMBER CO., LTD.
First Avenue       Prince Rupert       Telephone 188   |:
A. E   Rand, President. J. S, Pearce, Manager
THE
AND DOOR COMPANY LTD.
MANUFACTURERS
DOORS,   SASH,   MANTLES,   MOULDINGS,     SCROLL    AN©    BANS
SAWING. AND ALL KINDS OF  FINISHING,   MORE   AND   OF
'    FlOE  FIXT   rtES, HOUSE FINISH A SPECIALTY
Factory and Oflice: Seventh Ave, x .-,  Hays     o»
Telephone 218 P.O. Box ii
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confiscation  of  the  plants must  not
take place.
The British navy is depending in
large measure on the output of the
lampico fields for fuel oil. With the
Dardanelles blockaded, it is impossible for the British navy lo obtain
oil from Southern Russia, and the
Tampico field is Great Britain's
major source of supply,
The British government is prepared to interfere for the protection
of British subjects and interests in
the Tampico fields in the event that
the United States government cannot, by representations, effect relief
and see to it that the activities of
the concerns engaged in the production of oil are resumed.
Secretary Bryan assured the Ambassador that representations wou'd
be made to tbe Carranza government at once, but when Sir Cecil
left the Secretary's presence he was
not  in  u  conciliatory  mood
Tbe Aguila Oil Company, which
conducts several well operations In
the neighborhood of Tampico, 1ms
been systematically taxed heretofore by the Constitutional government, and although the t ates at
ed have been though! exorbitant,
they   have   been   paid      The   As i,
• iv Is owned  by
ere ts   of   which   Lord   Cowdray   I
the bead,
it   i, '..   been    compelled    til    shu
down   operations,   nnd   tin1  enib
-■•■ i bei :i declared agallis   the
liition of the oil already In i s tanl s
The   Huasteca   Oil   ; an
other British concern, has nol bi
ton t tl to i ease operations, bul in Its
case also the embargo is operative
The Peftn-Mix OH Companj has bei a
• i • to suspend operations, but as
thai Concern is American owned, thi
interest of the British Embassy in
its  relief is minimized.
Great  Britain's  need  for  free access to it large supply of the   Tampico   wells  is  Imperative.  II   li    ei
erally  believed  here thai  the
tlon  by tbe Ambassador that conditions  are  Intolerable  Indicates   thn
if  diplomatic   re ■• esentt i on I
Thompson Hardware Co., Limited
Rifles and Shot Guns
Ammunition
L# Sill
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Located August 21st. 1914
Form  11.
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
Skeena    Land    District—District
Coast Range 5.
TAKE NOTICE that Edward
Chesley, Prospector, of Shames, in
tends to apply for permission to
lease the following described land:
Commencing at a post planted one-
quarter of a mile east of Mile Post
83 of G.T.R. from Prince Rupert on
nortli boundary line of railroad
right of way and about one-half
mile easterly from south-east corner
Wm. Bison's, thence nortli 10
chains, thence west 10 chains, thence
soutli 10 chains .thence easl 10
chains to the loint of commence
meet and containing TO acrn-r, m-
EDWARD   CHESLEY,
Dated January 14, 1915,
PHONE 101, P.O. DRAWER 1045 839 SECOND AVE.
BSEB'sasLWiaitasasaEsa^^
SHINGLES, MOULDINGS, SASH, DflORS
Prince Rupert Lumber  Co.
FIRST AVE. AND McIiHIHE ST, PRINCE Rl.'PKKT
Phone 25 Branch Yard al Stnittiers, B.C.
Skeena  Land  District — Dislrict
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
TAKFl NOTICE that John a Kirkpatrick, of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation  Merchant, Intends to apply
1    ii   Ion to   ■ | ei I  for cot
i oleum over the following de
Bi itii. sci lb 'd lands: Commencing al a
planted on Naden Harhoi, aboul two
and one half miles north of the
soul h-w est corner of S T.L 251 :
0 bah thi nee noi th
8 chain- thence wesi 80 chnlui .
thenc6 soutli 80 chains to point <
on men- emi nt, containing 640 acres
more or less.
JOHN   A.   KIRKPATRICK
Agent. John  Munro
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SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES j
For Rent
REASONABLE   RATES
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Continental Trust
Company
Send for Five Roses
Cook Book—
COUPON
LWi ton* w end*** Ten Unli
BEING A MANUAL OF GOOD RfCIP
chosen Irom   itV  contribution!   rA   over
lUccrwful u»ct» of I iv- Horn Flowr
Al*o Uicful Not<-s on the vkmoui cl
la eat, nil "f wtikh hove tern c«^i
rc<lirckci. \>y 'ninpctt-nt authority
Mtltes. ywf towlwe la UK Of THE WOODS MIlllHG CO. UWITTfJ, WlUHiPfG
i   '.'ibuiors Prince Rupert, B.C
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a "Friday,  January   22,   1915.
PRINCE    RUPERT    JOURNAL
St. John Ambulance
Association
NOTICE   TO   LADIES.
GRAND BALL GIVEN
BY RAILWAY MEN
; schedule  speed'
'All  persons  must'Skeena Land District,—Coast District
Continued from Fage One.
All    Indies    Interested    In    Home
Nursing und  Hygiene are  requested event.
to attend n meeting at the City Ihilli The committee in charge has.cer-
on Thursday evening next. 14th talnly left nothing undone to add to
Inst., at 8 o'clock. A Mew class will the brilliance of the occasion. In the
he formed nnd instruction commence approach to the hall a very striking
at once.       , iinnovation     had     been     introduced.
Jutting a little into the street from
the base of the stirway was a platform made to resemble the rear end
of a passenger coach on the railway.
A railway lamp hung on the end railing addod to Hie effect, while from
the outside of the doorway were the
Wednesday evening next, 13th Inst., regulation lights transferred for the
at the City Hull at 8 o'clock. All occasion from the yards of the rail-
men are urged to avail themselves way by permission of the manage-
of iliis opportunity   of   obtaining   a ment   of the   roud   who   lent    their
St. John Ambulance
Association
NOTICE  'I'll  MEN.
A  new class for the instruction of
First Aid for men will be formed on
knowledge   of  First  Aid   to    the   Injured.
GRANITE
JKANITE of best  quality  and  thoroughly tested  for sale
Cut   Stone  or  Crushed   Rock   in
Quantities
> BIL ,1. McLEOD     Phone Green M7
OCEAN FISH CO.
Fresh  Fish Arriving  Every  Day
)itside Otders Promptly Attended To
PHONE BLUE 259
PHONE S54
P.O. BOX 60
PA
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FOR
PERHANGING
ANTING
OLISH1NG AND
WALL TINTING
HIGH-GRADE    INTERIOR
DECORATING    A    SPECIALTY
Martin Swanson
SECOND AVE. JRAR McBRlDE
Capt.
J. McGee
M.M.S.A.
Masters and Mates prepared
for examination. Compass adjuster.
Phone Rod nnu
"NAUTICAL   ACADEMY"
Helgerson  Block, opposite
Royal   Hotel
MERCHANTS
LUNCHES
THE ROYAL CAFE
lias     initiated     u     system    of
Merchants'    Lunches    at    noon
each   day
PRICE 35 CENTS
Service  in  keeping   with    standard   established   by   popular
House o
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every assistance to make tlie ball a
success.
Filtering the Improvised car by
regulation steps from either side the
delusion that one was about to take
a trip was quickly dispelled. The
stairway was heavily hung with flags
and bunting leading directly to the
ball room, which was most elaborately decorated by the committee in
charge. Immense Union .lacks and
Canadian Hugs bad a promient place
on the walls. The ceiling was practically bidden from view with decorations in red, white and blue, the
electric globes shining through with
a very subdued light.
In the decorating of the ball .1. R.
Hope was given gveat praise for the
work which he personally put in on
the arrangements and which were
most artistically carried out. Len
Bell was also promient in this work.
Upstairs a very tasty refreshment
room was tilted up, capable of seating over forty couples at a time. The
refreshments were in the hands of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smeathers, and
the entire company were handled at
the midnight supper without any
confusion.
Tlie music was of the best, provided   by   the   Westholme   Orchestra.
The programme for the dance was
arranged as a time table for railway service. The various dances were
scheduled  as  lo time and  were each
reduce speed to a safe limit approaching' the dining hall"; "All
persons approach punch bowl between dances as Indicated in ball
room under full control, expecting
to find preceding couple taking refreshments.
The   committees  were  as   follows:
Hon.  chairman—\V.   H.  To'bey.
Committee    of    arrangements—C.
n. Fulmer, chairman;  F. V
.). R.   Hope, T.  McKlnnon. .1
Cawley.
Reception committee—F. C. Row-
ell, chairman! c. A, Lone.v, VV. D.
Moxley, .1. M. Earley,  w. (i. Harris.
Floor committee—P. V. Croken,
chairman; W. K. Tippen, il. L. Morton.
Committee of 'decorations—A.
Watt, chairman; J. S. Buchan
George Chalmers, doe -Kerns, C. L.
Landis.
Secretary-treasurer— J.  Austin.
H.  E.   McNeil,  electrician.
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FEATURE IX THE
CONSERVATION OF FISH
Increase   Required    in    tlie    Use   of
Smaller    and   Cheaper
Grades.
Katt3S  u.
1AKE   NOTICE    that    I,    Philip
Chsley, intend to apply for a licence
to   prospect for coal  and   petroleum
on  the   following   described   lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
GO   chains  north   of    the    south-east
corner  of   Lot    439G    (T.L.    605S)
thence  north   80  chains,  thence east
SO   chains,  tlience  south    SO   chains,
Foster, I thence west  SO  chains  tn  the   point
M. Mc- °'  commencement,   cjntainlng   640
lucres  to  be known  as   P.   Chesley's
No.  4  claim.
Located   October   21,   1014.
ill 7 PHILIP CHESLEY,   Locator.
Dealers in fish find it difficult to
dispose of the inferior varieties and
the smaller grades of fish that are
brought in by the fishermen, says
Conservation. Consumers forget tbat
little fish are taken in the nets as
well as large ones and that all are
delivered to the merchants. It follows, therefore, that, if there is only
a small demand for the less choice
fish, the dealers must obtain higher
prices for the better grades. This is
an aspect of the high cost of living
which deserves the serious consideration of the public. Except for the
slight extra labor involved in preparing small fish for the table, they
are in no way inferior to the larger
their flavor and nutritive quail-
fish,
of
S'keena    Land    District—District
Skeena, Coast R. IV.
TAKE NOTICE that William
Blackwood, of Vancouver, B.C., occupation Broker, intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands: Commencing at a
post planted on the north end of Fin
Island about 80 chains west of Inlet,
thence south SO chains., thence Travel's Shore in a south-westerly direction about 00 chains, thence northerly direction about 00 chains, thenco
in a north-easterly direction to point
of commencement, containing 640
acres more or less.
WILLIAM   BLACKWOOD.
.1.   P.   Meehan.   Agent.
Dated  August  22nd,  1914.        s26
ties being quite as good. Similarly,
many of tlie so-called coarser grades
of fish, when skilfully cooked, are
not only very palatable, but are very
nutritious.
Consequently,  it. will  be seen that
assigned to some branch, as follows: |greater economy can easily be prac-
Our   Friends   Are   Welcome;   To   Ihe
G.T.P.; To Our President; To Our
Local Officials; To the Railroad
Roys; To the S.S. Prince George; To
the 11. of R. T.; to S.S. Prince Rupert; To the II. of L. E.| To the O.
R. C; To the Absentees; To the O.
!!. T.; To S.S. Prince Albert; To the
II. of L, E. and P.; To the Ladies;
To a Raise in Pay; To Archie and
His Boys: To S.S. Prince John; To
Our   Sister   Locals.
Special inst ructions on the schedule read as follows: "Extreme caution must be used at all limes in
regulating speed approaching damsels, safely of all dancers being first
consideration": "Any gentleman running with more than one lady or following   a   section   must    not   exceed
tised in the use of this very 'important natural resource. The fisheries
of Canada are both varied and extensive and should prove to be an
important factor in reducing the cost
of living. What is needed is more
conservation in connection with
them, or in other words, more careful and intelligent use.
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SEATTLE  FIGHTING.
(Continued from  Page One.)
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RUPERT MARINE IRONWORKS AND
SUPPLY CO., LIMITED
\\ VTKISI-'KOXT,   I'ltlNGK    RUPERT
i:\(ilM;i:itS,  MACHINISTS  AN!)    MACHINERY    CONTRACTORS
Npcclulfats in  Marine Power Mints oil, Steam or Gasoline*
B. C. Count Agents for the British  Kroinhonl  Seml-Dloflel Oil
(fine—tfie most relluble ninl    economical,    and     the     rhe
power for fishing boats, tnspj and pnsftonKer vessels.
Standard Qas ISugine Company's (engines and Parts in stock.
En-
pest
&£&&&.
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Samuel II. Piles urged the adoption
of this resolution, saying that during his term in the senate he learned that whenever any New England
interest was at stake that section
ilways saw to il that its claims were
presented by representative delegations of business men. .Mr. Piles said
thai although Washington, D.C., was
not as accessible lo the Northwest as
Xew England it was just as desirable
thai iliis section should be represented in such a way upon all matters
affecting the interests or this section,
and thai it was time thai the business men of the Nortli west emulated
the example set them by their New
England brethren.
"The committee which will go to
Washington, D.C., VV. A. .Mears, secretary of the transportation bureau
of the Seattle Chamber of Commerce, said last night, will not be
announced  for a few -days."
«J8
SYNOPSIS      OF      COAL      MIXING
REGULATIONS.
Coal mining rights of the Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and
Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the
Northwest Territories and a portion
of the Province of British Columbia,
may be leased for a term of twenty-one years at an annual renial of
$1 per acre. Not more than 2,500
acres will be leased to one applicant.
Applications for a lease must be
made by the applicant in person to
the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in which the rights applied for
are situated.
In surveyed territory the land
must be described by sections, or
legal subdivisions of sections, and
in unsurveyed territory the tract applied for shall be staked out by the
applicant  himself.
Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $5, which will be
refunded if the rights applied for
are not available, but not otherwise. A royally shall be paid on the
merchantable output of the mine at
the rate of five cents per ton.
The person operating the mine
shall furnish the Agent with sworn
returns accounting for the full
Quantity of merchantable coal mined
and pay the royalty thereon. If the
coal mining rights are not being operated, such returns should be fur
nished at least, once a year.
The lease will include the coal
mining rights only; but the lessee
may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be
considered necessary for the working of the mine at the rate of $10
per acre.
For full Information application
should be made to the Secretary ot
tbe Department of the Interior, Ot
tawa, or to any Agent or Sub-
Agent of Dominion Lands.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy Minister of the Interior
YOUR KING AND COUNTRY
NEED YOU
Every Man Should Drill
Recruits wanted for B Company (18th Regiment.    Parades Monday
and  Thursday  nights  in  the  Agricultural  BuKdlng  at  S  o'clock.
S. P. McMOKDEG, Captain.
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NOTICE
MKMRKItK   (IK    Till:
PRINCE RUPERT
ASSOCIATION
GENERAL   HOSPITAL
Notice is hereby given that the Annual General .Meeting of
Members of the Prince Rupert'Clencral Hospital Association will be
held at the City Hall at 8 p.m. Friday, January 29, 1915, to receive the Directors' Report, o elect Directors for the ensuing
year and other general business.
, By order of the Board.
\V.  M.   WEIGHT,
Managing   Secretary,
.faunary  20,   1915,
DR. INMAN
Resident
Eye Specialist
Oflice:  Third Avo.        Prince Ruper
Suite  1,  Exchange Block
HOTEL DIRECTORY
Members  of  the  Prince   Rupct
Licensed Vintners' Association
WINDSOR    HOTEL
Cor. of First Ave. and Eighth St.
\V. II. Wright, Prop.
HOTEL  CENTRAL
First  Ave. and Seventh St..
Kiiropeun   lUid   American   Plant
$1.(10 to $2.50 Per liny
Peter   Black.  Prop.
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.
The drilling was excellent and
Capt. .McMordie has every reason to
feel proud of bis command.
Tonight "A" Company will drill.
The uniforms have not been Issued
"A" Company yet In the absence
of Cnpt. Clayton. They will be drilled under Lieut. Bullock-Webster,
the second In command, this evening. Mr. Bullock-Webster is proving
4&*0&Z0&0<iraa0&}Q<><iO&^^ an excellent Instructor.
Steel,  Iron. Oils,  Wire Rope. Ilalatn   Retting,   B.   ('.    Wood    Pulleys,
Columbian   Bronze  Propellers, storage Batteries, Dynamos and
Marine  Accessories*
Repairs—First'diiss equipment and  stall   for   machine   «ud   ship
repairs.
P.O. BOX 515
TELEPHONE 313
SLXTV-EIGHTH   WERE OUT.
(Continued  from  Page  One.)
KNOX  HOTEL
Firm     Ave.     Between    Eighth    and
Ninth
Kiiropeun  Plan;   Rates 50c. to (1.00
Per Day
ISeniier   tf   flesncr,   PropB.
EMPRESS HOTEL
3. V. Rochester V. D. Cnsley
Third  Ave.  Between Sixth and
Seventh Sts.
.European Plan;  50c to   $1  Per Day
ROYAL HOTEL
Corley & Burgess, Props.
Third   Ave.  ami   Sixth  St.
European  Pluu Steam  Heated
BEAVER     WHOLESALE     LIQUOR
CO.,   LIMITED
Second   Ave.  and  Sixth  St.
Phone  102
PRINCE RUPERT IMPORTING CO.
LIMITER
Fraser and Sixth Sts
Phone   7
Before leaving for the south for a
short time I purpose giving those
who wear spectacles or eyeglasses—
or those who may need them—a
specially close price on any and all
kinds of Glasses. For ten days only
—from January 11 to January 21.
I leave on January 22, and it will be
an advantage to all those who wear
glasses or may require them, to see
me at once, at my offices, Suite 1,
Exchange Block, or at McCutcheon's
Drug Store. This applies to all kinds
of frames and lenses and cases all
complete, the eyes carefully tested
tnd frames perfectly adjusted—and
guaranteed to be in every way accurate. If interested call and see
samples and get prices and arrange
appointments to have eyes carefully
examined. During these dates it will
pay you, if you are using glasses,
to get an extra pair, as the opportunity will not occur again. I lit all
kinds of Lenses—also Torlc or wide
angle Lenses—and Kryploks—giving you both distance and near
which have the advantage of being
invisible. Call early, so that in the
event of having to order I may get
them here before I leave on January 22. If you need anything don't
miss this chance for 10 days only.
Day or evening.
DR.   INMAN     -    EYE   SPECIALIST
Suite 1, Exchange Blk. Prince Rupert
NOTICE   OF   CANCELLATION
RESERVE.
OF
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the Reserve existing on Detention
Island by reason of a Notice published in the British Columbia Gazette oh
tbe 30th of May, 1912, is hereby can
celled.
R.  A. RENWICK,
Deputy Minister *f Lands
Department of Lands,
Victoria, B.C.,
October  19th,
1914.
024
Advertise in The Journal,
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IN THE CITY
Answers all culls day mid night
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Coal
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Second Avenue Phone 116
Phone 99
Stand:     lintel    Prince    Rupert
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They are GUARANTEED for
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Three pairs of our Ladles'
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colors, with written guarantee.
DON'T    DELAY—Offer    ex-
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and  size  desired.
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General   Teaming
Furniture  Moving a  Specialty.
When you  buy COAL buy the BEST
— Ladysmlth  Lump  or  Comox
Washed Nut.
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