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PRINCE  RUPERT,   B.   C,  THURSDAY,  FEBRUARY IS,  1015.
Price  5  Cents.
NO.  85.
French Fighting
With Vigor Against
The German Front
Paris, Fob. IV.-—An official report
says from the sea to Oise our artillery has carried on an efficient
siielling and dispersed a number of
gatherings, blown up some caissons,
and destroyed some trenches.
To the north of Arras we have
taken two lines of trenches and beaten back a violent counter-attack.
We made some prisoners and inflicted heavy losses. A number of Gorman oliicers were killed.
lu the Champagne district we
have followed up our gains and captured positions from the enemy on
the front for 800 metres.
All the German counter-attacks to
the north of Beausejour have been
repulsed.
In Argonne we have made progress and maintained our gain::, notwithstanding     two    counter-attacks
and several very hot actions al. close
Quarters which resulted in heavy loss
io  the enemy.
A strong attack of the enemy
completely failed at Four de Paris,
Our airships bombarded tlie railway  station al   Freiburg.
Horticultural  Meeting.
The Horticultural Society meets
this evening at the City Hall, when
the oliicers for .the ensuing year
will be elected. Mr. Tomlinson will
lecture on "The Utilization of
Vacant Lots." A large attendance Is
looked for.
PRINCE GEORGE   BROUGHT
GOOD NUMBER YESTERDAY
Quito   a    Few   Travellers    Arriving
From   the   Soutli,
The G. T. P. steamer Prince
George brought the following passengers yesterday from the south:
Mr. II. Johnson, Mr. Owens, Mrs.
Hanover, ,1. D. Martell, .1. Petit, Sir.
Calkins. II. W. Smith, F. .Mason, II.
VV. .Miller anil wire, II. F. Wilcocks,
C, Hendricks, Mr. Thompson, 11. .1.
Murphy, Mr. Brown and wife, Mr.
Cave and wife, S. C. Hope, E. Hope,
Miss Metcalf, Mr. i-lenny, Frank
Martin, Captain Rorvik, F. G. Da v-
son, Mr. Jennings, Mrs. Hanly, Mr.
McNieol, M. i\l. Cooper, Mr. Bain
Mr. Minzgozi, C. If. Smith, It. II.
Bryce, Shaw Glendenning, E. S.
Wilson and wife, 0. Nichol, Vv\ J.
Kenyon, .Mrs. Clifford, S. P. McMordie, II. E. Goldberg, Miss Ariel
Westwood, L. W. Stevenson, Clarence Foster, Mr. White, Miss Milli-
gan, Mrs. M. C. Rogers, H. A.
Carney,  Captain  Logan.
REGIMENTAL ORDERS.
08th Regiment Earl Grey's
Own Rifles; Orders by Major
j. II. McMullin, Commanding,
17th February, 1915:
Parade Overseas Company.
Men cf tnis Company who
Live not yet been Issued with
uniforms will parade, on Wednesday, !7i:i February -it L' p.m.
at Quartermaster. Stores,
Millryfield Block, First Avenue
and McBride Street.
Church Parade.
The Battalion will parade at
the Exhibition Building oh Sunday, 21st February, at 10 a.m.,
to attend divine service, Church
of England.
Roman Catholics will parade
at the same hour under Lieut.
Bullock-Webster.
W.  A.  PETTIGUEW,  Capt.,
Acting Adjutant.
Look  for the  lied  Tag   Prices
George D. Tito's  Furniture Sale.
Fierce Fighting
Between Albanians
And The Serbians
Church    Anniversary,
On Sunday, March 7, the anniversary services in connection with
the Methodist Church will he held
On tlie Monday evening following
an anniversary concert will be given
This it is promised will be of a very
high order.
* EASTERN HOCKEY RESULTS.
*  ' '•
* The   results    of    yesterday's  *
* eastern hockey matches were as  *
* follows:
* Ottawa, 3;  Toronto,  1.
* Canadians, 2; Quebec, 0.
* Shamrocks, 7; Wanderers, 10.  *
Nlsli, Feb. 17. Tho Albanian attacks on the Serbian frontier posts
are developing along Hie entire
boundary, The Serbian troops at
Okrida retired before the Albanian
attack in force. Thai town has fallen
Into lhe hands of the Albanians.
Violent engagements took place
at Rovine and Lcvalz, the lighting
being continued when the last couriers left.
The Albanians have been repulsed
at Prizrend. The Serbians have also
retaken Vranichte,
Capt. S. P. McMordie returned
from the south yesterday by tlie
Prince George.
INDOOR BASEBALL LEAGUE
HAS BEEN FORMED HERE
Oliicers    Elected    lor   the    Season—
Matches  Will  Be Played  in
the Rink.
At a meeting held In St. Andrew's
Hall it was decided lo form an indoor baseball league in the city.
Thi' teams represented al this meeting and which have entered are C.
C's., Colts, Drydock, and Terminals..
Officers for the league were elected
as tollews; W. D, Vance, president;
w. F. Howell, secretary; committee,
W, l>. Vance, Dr. Evans, Charles
Embleton; umpires, Jos, Scott, B.
Self.
H  '.,as decided to play the games
nn  Mondays and Thursdays   at   the
rink.    Tin1  schedule   which    ~:    I   [u,
drawn   up  will  be anni unc
ii   is  ii-  be hoped  thai   .hi'   --i!.
will  help  i in-  teams  mil  :.:;.-       end
the games.
LOOKS LIKE ANOTHER RAILWAY
FOR THIS PART OF PROV
CLOSED FOR ALL TIME.
Surveys It Is Said Will Be Prosecuted This Coming Summer For The
Thomas Road From Kitimatt To The Groundhog—Will Bring Rich
Territories Into Touch With Prince Rupert Over Line Of The■ G. T. P.Irub
Russian     Finance     Minister'    Stales
That    Markets of   Allies   Are
Closed   to Germany,
Reports from those hi  much  with
ihe movement of events   us   far   as,
lho Thomas interests are  concerned
in iliis pan of (he province indicate
thai  there  „ .1. be a sturl   made   on
Eastward   from  there   the   report      Crossing tlie G, T,  1'. al   Kltsutn-.the obtaining nf u suitable  routi   at
■ iocs not say exactly what thc roule
will In-. Tin' road as planned, il
will   be  seen,   traverses    lhe    lichost
kaluiii, as it is said ihe plan calls
for. there is reason for expecting
that   Prince  Ruperl    .ill  become the
.:s near a date as possible.
The intention nf tho promoters, II
is announced, is to serve as much of
"Tlie meeting of the flnance ministers ol' Ihe Triple Entente was not
merely to organize tor an economic
victory," declared Mr. P. Hark, the
ian Minister nf Finance, in an
interview with tlie Matin. "We must
;not he obliged some day after ihe
war is ended," be continued, "in pay
a sort of Indemnity to the Germans
by leaving open to them a means nf
recouping  und   enriching  themselveB
walleye or '.Ms part of tlie province greal  pod   ot ouUel   foi   the freight n,,.  ,.,,.:,  Lerritorv  nl ihe district asi.at cur expense in our own markets.
|the survey of tho new railway  pro-|_s  far a.,  known,   outside   nf  those|originating on either section   nf the can    possible    be    -Inn-     along     the:     '^Germany,  having dcmolh   ed   the
that are located  along 'in- route of Thomas lir, .   By ni ans nf it Prinoe route.   The besl   [arming, lumbering factories   In   Belgium,    Poland    mid
posed tliis siring.    The road as now
planned,   ii   is   reported,   will   have
Kltimat as iis nominal   terminus at
' ast.     li. will  follow the  vail ■    to
imkal and   procei il  up    : hat
valle .  reaching   the   X i is   by   thai
route.  From l '.'■. re nu II v. ill proci ed
-    [roundhoi     -   '  are i,    n here
tl e  Wc Isli  co il   baron,
i -.ii nslve 'i i>> ili ii'-..-.
Hie
e G. T. P, would In- broughl  into touch J;,ncj  mining areas are being   kepi  In Northern   Frai        pe haps thinks  in
While   there   is    nn    Infoi '<"''''  tne Groundhoj   coal   ftelds  fery v;ew j,- ,,,,,,,,-   with   th<   ;-..:-->-i fori ■ us to hi        om  her
given ;is m lhe relations a; [directly. [certainly there are excellent  valleysjcan  i unite ouri ■'         Lei
exist wiili the il.  T.  p., then   's no      The intormani oi louni  I says  to  be served  bj   ;l,e           : ead     ": '
reason why th" new mad Bliould in thai   li     has  I       I d     lal   the en   In-':outlined,     li   would  appeal   thai    in- "er  forever."
have   wiih    the   greate)    transcontl '            many            ibai '  i   ■:  I  - •  I               tl   rn    British   Coluin                                   o
nental system   irrai     ments wl       ' ' '•■       I In.     i o   ined   u     by    lines   ol       I'Vlniini-j   I ••. ■,.'(■■■
they will linn ually benefll each other will    I           riy in the          -                      municatlon    o    hat pv    y impoi             ite's,   nil   ,1,     .   ■
!-.- ,in exchangi   of fi
looking to tant seotioi       II be si
ill!    -ill-  :-.    I'm
N PLENTIFULLY
About 170,000 Pounds Were Landed
Here  Yesterdav--Borealis Towed
i   Disabled With  18,000 Pounds
riii liallbul vessels continue in
arrive with plentiful catches. Yes-
terday ■ h u of I le trav lers of the
Canadian Fish & Cold Storage Com-
pi ny ci. :c in nlniosl al tiie same
time, These were ihe George E.
Poster inn! the James Carruthei i,
Thi ■ together broughl 170,000
pounds of halibut of liign quality.
Aboul ihe same time, the Borealis
nf the Allin Eisherii s came In in tow
of ihe  Prince  Ruperl  Towing   Corn-
she losl In'!' propeller, ■;;:■!--i.;v. it. necessary lo send the inn to her assisi-
ance. The Borealis had nn board
aboul  18,000 pounds.
The Ashing continues In be very
good and the other vessels nf the
Ashing companies which have discharged have made nut again.
In ihe matter nf bail, herring is
being taken in good supplies from
the reserved section. Aboul forty
inns a day nf herring for bail Is being  broughl   in   In   the   Cold   Storage
pany's tug.    Il   will  be remembered each day.
Waller Owen, formerly chief of
provincial police here, now Ins] i toi
of the force, arrived yesterday by
the Prince George, lie wen! into the
interior  by the train  yesterday.
tsave Hollars at George   P.   Tito's
Eiiriiitiiio Sale—everything reduced,
Drapery   Goods,   Curtains,   Poles
Carpels anil Rugs—23 per cent.   (lis.
count at George I). Titc's. flOtf
LOCAL CONTINGENT
NOW recruiting!
Ii ost (,;■' i      '   ■
AR.MY  IS  Pl'RLISHED
I'iiiicl    Memorandum    Denis    Willi
s
RI
.',:"   T FIFTY MKN HAVM SI 1XEI)        •'•■ pmization nf Dominion En:-
ON     IN      1,11!
CITY.
peditii iiiiry
Coi. R. H. Thon    -  n Is  Here From
1 reanimicnTn- th. Can- V|-' — He     Md    T]l(>     Board     Of
List  of Thus,-  Who  Have   Keen   Accepted   for   thc
Company.
exp idltli    irj   fori       i lie  ■ orli    pi -
; in ..-    j;,  ; hai   com ■ ■ - Ion  by   i ,<<
branch   nf  the    Militia    Do    rtmen
'und ii.,  expendiiures made, are deal!
wii li   iu  a  prlnt< d   ni-     ii andi
Trade Yesterday And Discussed At
* Length Representations Made
1 ,,.    local    coi un    thai    is    to 100 pagei  jusi d by I       Milltl        Col. It. II n, ol c i   pori  li
serve with the Third Contingent    Is Department. The first par! of it glvesj a.ri>t(|  ;     - ,,(',,1    Tiioi     nu tin      immlttee
now filling up steadily.    It will, it is In   detail   ihe   organization    of    the ,.,   |t|   . (
expected, leave a  week from Friday nrsl   contingenl   and  being   follnuc.i '" "
for Victoria, !'» regard tn thosi   since raised or in utilize  tlie       terfronl   here  held    by
Tluwn    win,    li-ive    nlr-nrlv   enlislrl I process   nf   elllisl nhll!        i'l   ■     li-hnrl
i unse  wan   nave  aireauj   i iiiisn n 11 ..,.  Government ii   lo
l>:i: :       the tl ikI
i     I,    I      i - i.i
nd been accepted for service are asIof    ihe    Quartermiiser-i "il     ln'|mteres(    ,,,   ,-,,.    M,     - ,        .  ne,  in   bis
"   ternoon   -   meeting   ol   th,    Utiu      ■   '    "
follows: , eludes   the   fai I    thai     11
Sydney  (i.   Batocher,    Th as   F.lthousnnd  nun  were equipped   In six
Longmulr,  II.  I!.  Mill, .1. .1    Ander- weeks and  briefly explains  how  this
son, G. C.  McLeod,  Edward   Andei    ,;   ''   w'as <>cc( dished,   As    loon us
son, .\. M. Mackay, .1. G. Brown, M   ",''   A™1   contingenl    left,    ai ange
metila wen- begun to i Imllarly equip
..ni con! in [rents,
Expi nditures     to     ' >e< ember    :: I
elm     .    Ill'   in '.' ttl   vol '. "l '   .-.    foi
Donald, A. Sutherland, Robert Mcpherson, tl. H. Robertson, T. il.
Howe, li. McPhee, A. Iv Foreman
Frank Buchan, Howard Blrnie, II. C
Peyton, YV. A. Paterson, !'. .!. Uims   li  -
den, Thomas Medhurst, .lohn Brown
T. .!. Maeers, A.  Brlstow, R, Cameron,   .lames   Goff.    VV,    E.    Chapman
(H^^^-rt-rt^j^H*^^ M-   Macdonald,   .1.   Hiitchin
Ison, II.  .Moon, Neil   Mackay,   Hubert
I Ward,  Wm. Smith, Adam  Stuart,  C
Washington, Feb. .17.—The full  lex!  of  Britain's  reply   to   the   S | K- Guinness, Alex Rae,  M. Kennedy
Britain's Reply To United States
%    American  note of December 28 has been made public. Britain denies that the falling off of American  trade is due to the action   of
i   British  naval  forces.     She   -ninls out that all lhe laws against
belligerents have been kept.
John Morrison, II Edwards, Robt.
Wiggins, T. p. Woodland, Robt. I'.
Campbell, A. C. Jolly, II. G. McKin-
non, F. E. Smith, Allan Robertson
R. Scott, G. Garnet.
rrade   was   held   iv I        pedal J-      :    ! :iml nmke " '"    :l ;"
■i      a  ton ovi     ii   as
I   ■   i... i mucin  .nn!  lhe
ii.  'I     I'.
Ill    .. -I.'    i    o kiia      ii
Inn -. i       e Go
commltti o appoint! d  io go Into : li
nn ■ i       placed re entai Ion
before  Col,   Thompson.
. om      i i     in. i'.
Birbji ct  i report   of  t-1
mlttee   wa     h, In,    read   by    Captain ' 'l,,h'
Babington.   li   was   i id.    Iiowevi      '"  »"»*«  ll nl :    "'"  liu" '" ""'
thai   this   wi  Ji!   nil.-  mi-   long i - Continued on Fo ir.)
Pay   nf  troops,   ■-' I i ,885,1 07
ration allowances, .
$1,721,970; clotl Ing, $3,809,'! 15;
ammunition, $200, ; ; Held nuns,
$1,141,073; rifle bayonets, $520,-
358; motor cars, etc., $871,023; saddlery and horse equipment, $-'t3r,,-
628;   other equipment,   $1,871,602;
engineering  works,   $520,177;    rail- jS    house after the submarine hai   "i  ercd   the  crew    nf   the    Frenc
way     transportation,      $1,030,961;  $    steamer to leave the vessel   The Villi  de I.ille was a small steamer
ocean    transport,    $1,464,281;    cen- 5    of 997 tons,
sors,  $74,320;   general,  s_'x4,-'l,X. |W<-ri}fif:H>taH:}3.Mda^^
cKKKHWKKi o o-aoawaoo-o-oao o v a o ocw> cki o ooovoaoooooooaooooaroa-
Germans Sunk French Steamer  |
Paris,  Feb,   17.    An official report  s.,:-.-  ihe Oerman  submarine   5
U-18 has sunk a French steamer Ville de Mile oil   Barfleur   light-   g
_ Thursday, Februarly IS,  1315.
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PRINCE   RUPERT   JOURNAL
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prince Buper* yourml
Tel©I_iouo  1S8.
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0. H. .NELSON. Editor.
Office: 128 Third Avenue East,
near McBride Street. Telephone 138;
Postollice Box 007.
One  "rear
Six  Months
DAILY   EDITION
Published    '-very   morning   except
Monday. Delivered by carrier in tlie
city ai  tlie following rate, if 1
advance:—
 $5.00
 $2.50
Three  Months    $1.26
If   not    paid    in    advance,
per Month   *0-50
WEEKLY EDITION.
Published every Friday for circulation outside the City of Prince
Rupert nl $2.00 a ye;.", addressed to
poinis in Canada; or $3.00 a year to
all points in the United Kingdom, j
the Dnited Stales or other foreign
countrit s.
Advertising  Rates L'pon  Application
ascending the great peaks of honor
and duty we had forgotten. It is too
soon yet to say what things may or
may not come to pass; but in the
deepening of religious fervor, in the
devotion to the ideals nf truth, justice, honor, and humanity, as opposed to a barbaric "culture" which
through a network of lies and the
laidin' g°sl1e' ''lnt might alone is right
seeks to secure for Itself the. domination of the world, we may well
sec the birth of a new era."
JWlWJeiKHWBHjHttRIHM,^^
I  Product No.
SPLENDID  FOR  PLUMBERS
Contain. nboni  _>j   Iks.
$1.50
PEN   Pit "IT BE  (II    FIGHT
BRITISH  ARK  WAGING
-'•v-
Thursday,  F, bruarlj   IS,   191   .
.imilmi   \(
oi   Hero
,-    Corn
Action
ai   Proi
ipondenl
if   l lie    JI
Tell.
The sale of Product No. 9D is strictly
confined to the highrclass supply
houses. Its cos! 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 pro-
-cesses. Nov is the dealer allowed to
reduce the retail price under penalty
of    having    his    supply    terminated.
A POWERFUL SOLVENT FOR
CLOGGED UP DRAIN PIPES
"llli" destroys accumulations if lint,    paper,    cloths,   luiir,   sltnie,
grease, vegetables, soup, fruit und many others,   it is harmless to
liin-hi plumbing.
DON'T ARGUE DOVT   PUT   OFF TEST   IT
This preparation has been so generally successful in clearing
drains .that it is bought over and over again by those who have
tried it, but inasmuch as no on can know tlie aciual condition existing within a pipe, it is absotitely impossible for the manufacturer or the dealer to guarantee t_3 result.
HOW WAR AFFECTS
OUTLOOK   OF
Little ground been       li  ■ I  '••
either  side   In   the   incessant    battle
which   is  still   flaming   and    roaring
acr :■       the    op, n    i ountry    bi
ifpn   .  ---....     I .ondon  News.
CHEM.CAL PRODUCTS CO., NEW YORK
iALE   BY
nAMS
the  Reliable  plumber
[EST   l-N   PLUMMXG    And    HEATING
POR
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FOR    THE
PHONE   480
BRITONS
alia"    sta  d   -: British    '■-..-, ,^-a_-_i}!KBW_W_r,(_-«^ ' iKHmHKHKHraWKro
s
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llevnlinn   ti
Awakened.
Patriotism, Self-Sacrilioft and  Keener      Tl     e been   bringing
liuiv Have Reen !'"-' more ''ic gune ol the Jack Johnson calibre, urged on by the idea
! ihui   If   ih   -.-   . aim it   drive    us    back
„ .    ,   ,..     ,      ithey   cp.n   demoralize    us    with    the
Throughout   the   I nited   Kingdom
never-ceasing   demoniacal   roar    and
and  the  whole   British    Empire   has ,   . ,
shattering   oi    their   huge   missiles
a pleasure-loving world suddenly be-1 Awful lfJ Ul0 clamor of   il;  1( nevel.
come s-r'nus—scourged by the stern|stopa|    niui   fo).    llli!(,,    .,„,,    m'Ueg
hand o.  fate, as  Mr.   Lloyd   George arolmd t]le COUntry shakes as though
put It in his Queen's Hall speech, to lln  earthquake  were   tear
»HH?WWH*aG»a<HKH»frW^c>_^
8 ■. ' •
Coal, Cement, Plaster and Brick
AND A COMPLETE LIKE OF BUILDERS' SUPPLIES
an elevation where we can see tin-
great, everlasting tilings that matter
for a nation—but it is so everywhere, in all lands, among all peoples. What i ",-!- e, with -ill its blesi -
Ings, could not do, the War of the
Nation    has done.
li   h      given   birth,  says  the  Sydney   Morning   Herald,    in  somethingj
WESTHOLKF LUMBER CO., LTD.
■i i    s First Avenue       Prince Rupert        Telephone \86
G. T. P. S. S.
Sailings for Vancouver
Victoria and Seattle
S.S. Prince George every  Friday at O a.m.
S.S. Prince John at 7 p.m. on Sunday,   February    11, -8, etc.
For .Massett and Port Clements S.S. Prince John 10 p.m. Saturday,
February (>, _©, etc.
For Skidegate, Lockoport, etc., S.S.  Prince John   11    p.m.   Sunday,
February   7, 2-1, etc.
For Stewart and Naas River S.S. Prince John » a.m. Wednesday,
February  lt», 24, etc.
For Anyox (Granby Day) S.S. Prince George midnight every Wednesday.
G.T.P.   RAILWAY  S( 11ED-LE
Trains leave Prince Rupert fa Prince George, Edmonton, Melville,
Winnipeg, etc., at 10 a.m.. Wednesdays and Saturdays, connecting  With   trains   for   St. Paul, Chicago and nil   points   east.
Trains arrive  from  tlie east on Thursdays aud Sundays at 0.80 p.m.
G.T.  RAILWAY SYSTEM
Tiie  Doubh-traok   lioute
From Chicago to Toronto, Hamilton,   Buffalo,   Montreal,
elc,
J For reservations, tickets and full information regarding travel to
any part ef the world apply to the G.T.P. Ticket Oflice, Third
Avenue;   Agency all Atlantic Steamship  Lines.
!t_R____t_X$_ '.'T.W.tS^WW!-^«»»I_Bi
vitals.
if tttiOO iKHMttHS 00 0 00* M.iOLOO-0OO_KHS lVi^<-ti0Mh0O0Zy0*OO4iQJ0O0Jl}
I was well behind this battering a
few days agn, in tl Utile town perched upon a fortified hill, within a
bowshot of ih" frontier line. What
little wind there was came from the
southeast, nnd so brought 1 he tumult
nearer. It was fearful. Tlie early evening air -. as superl. :' s Iy i lear, I ie|
more than  patriotism;  it  has revivi-l .
lie,!  -. irl      i - has lui in d   ou
««HMH.«-t>i_-_ ofi em c cp-HKru ae-iicfti _■-_»>_ _ _tttKH»aTOoa-a__v__'.._...__-i'!a-
ompson '   rmi re mk.
sert u     blui .   with    here    and
1 | there little feather i . f     ouds    „
"ling high overhead ti     ,      ...  I
Ing   into    all    tna mei     if    f ihtastii
jshape^,    whilst    westward    tlie    sun
rholled,  a  splendid,  blazing  ball   of
lire.   The    warmth   of    summer    had SSMH-Wt*
i
,,_v
principles of life and duty that we
had been in danger of forgetting
We go aboul our daily work as of
old, but we have become a more
sober, a more serious people. We
see  twenty  million soldiers   fighting
'"
PHONE   101, P.O.  DRAWER  10-13
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- - • -•   I
come back to make beauty aud peace jjj
nf   the   November   afternoon—p< ice  m
com-
in   Europe,  and   our own    sons   are|but fo]. those tepplflCi s0ul.destr0J-,n„
leaving to join  in the mighty
h.-ii:   • " think of only
war!   "l   have  tried  to  write,"   says
M.   Maeterlinck,    the   Belgian    poet
and  thinker, ''bul    I  find   it   impossible.  I  began a  series of articles on
the war. Nothing has come of the effort.  I   feel  so restless. 1  am  on  the
lookout for news from la-bas all the
time. Ones imagination is paralyzed
by  api ailing   realities.   Thc  thought
that only a  few hundred  kilometres
away there are millions of men rang-
guns  which   never   tire   and    never ^
~Uleep, but only rest for a brief f       I
minutes to cool their flaming throi
Over the  roar    was   fiercest IB
and  most  persistent.   From  my hill 18
it  was  just  possible  to  see,  in    dis.-|{j
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Prince  . Lumber Co.
tant miniature, aspects of the mnel-|B
s'.rom   which   whirled    there,    round in
FIRST AVE. AM;  !-'. .: tIDE SI PRINCE RUPERT
Plion. 25 Branch Yard al Smithers, B.C.
about and over the demented  town, StWMW I "■' ■""B-MKBl
Little puffs of smoke jerking up
into ihs quiet air-—drifting, drifting
and then breaking to vanish into
nothingness;   streaks   of    fire,    litllo
! Canadian Pacific Railway
PRINCESS MAY
SOUTHBOUND, 8 P.M. SUNDAY
PRINCESS MAQUINNA,
NORTHBOUND, MONDAY, FEB. 22
G.  McNAB, General Agent, corner Third  Ave.   and   Fourth    St.
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THE UNION STEAMSHIP CO, OF B.C. LTD'
Soutbbcund Tuesdays at 8 p.m.
Sailings for Granby, Simpson and tke Naas
'..days at Midnight
for further particulars apply to
JOHN   BARNSLEY,  AGENT        ::        88. Second Ave., Phone 508
Agency   Atlantic    Steamships. 'q
tKraoo<ii>aK>to-aoo ao ac ooo-o coo o ao -u-a *ar«t0<Ki act o-sKtantia-it a, v_-ckh»
B_-IKH*t*l*«H!HJ-<WiW oooo
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Canada
ed against  one another,  to kill  and tWnj qu|vering Iines or yeUoWi dart-
maim  and   destroy,   blots  out   every
otlier thought."
"And as the men go forih to fight
the women sit at home, occupied
wiih  their  Red   Cross work  and  the
Ing across the sky as though some
artist in trembling haste were (licking ochreous lightning across his
landscape canvas, only lo lose them1
again  at  the instant of impact;   and
thoughts that  come to them   of lhe'then  the  daylight   fireworks  of  the'
absent   husband   and   son    who    may j bursting   shrapnel,    and    the    hecth ■
cough of it long after the disrup-:
tion, striking the ear very, very
faintly. Mostly the sky was too clear
to make of ibis picture more than
a little smudge; but now and again
a shell bursl clear and Cull, with a
background of dark cloud behind
It.
never come back, Pleasure has had
its day, There bus been a deepening
of the personal and national conscience, an awakening to the greal
realities. In England there arc
thousands of society women who
have not pul nn evening dress for
nearly BlX months now. Tens pf
thousands are busy from morning to
nighl witb theii needles, making
warm ;ai ints fer the men in the
trenches, Many hundreds of women
have crossed the Channel to nurse
the wounded. It is not the world we
knew. Tin? war lias changed all
things.  Thi   retired  colonel  and  the
Radical shoi      kor meet on common      Tenders   will    he   received     ui.ti
ground both are al. the noon "" Monday, March  1, 1915   fo
Department     of    Naval    Service
Canada.
w ar '
foi in
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liavi   ;  'i i al '
ley ,rtiiW"
too  Ini I of a li n   we
j,.,.,, i he supply of Steaming Coal to V,
■ Is  lying at   Prim e   Rupert,    B.i
I from  I it April,   I   15, to 31st M
1618,
Forms of tenth r mnj   be obii i:1
on application I" the undersigned.
Tin it o tend      nol  n
si, it     ccei    'il
cot.' •
Writ.   Hsme   •"_   '-''  "   ■    i
Don'l I ■   ■
v/jf.
REING A M ■ NUAt Cr GOOD RECIPES ■■■ ulty
choeen troni iHi contribution, of over two iKousmk!
; .... !.l u ■ i Hb»t» Flour throu horn Gunadi.
Al -> t».(ul 'loii on the -trioui cl ■ ■ ' :: ' ■ . .
t_ eil, all of which have been caretuHy checked antl
i. .'  ,! ' ]    -    peteni  >uthority.
Ul . .   . .  ,    ■ - 1IMI1
HEAD    OFFICE:   MONTREAL E8TARLISHEI)   LStll)
Capital     $  ll,5(IO,tiflO
Reserved   Fund S 12,500,000
Total   Assets     $185,000,000
Savings Bank Departiuent—$1 will open an account
Branches   Throughout   Canada and Bunking Connections With All
Parts of the I'nited States. Agents Throughout tlie World,
11. P, WILSON, Manager        • - Prinoe   -Rupert   Branch
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CLEAN UP AND PAINT UP NOW
O-CHDAR     MOPS, O-CHDAR MOP  POLISH
ALABASTIN'E   SANITARY  WALL  COATING
WATER HOSE, GARDEN TOOLS,  WATHRING C-JtS
MARTIN-SENOUR  100  PHR Cb. >)T. PUR1 PAINT
PAINT  BRUSHES,  LAWN  MOWERS AND GRASS SHHARS
CARPET    BEATHRS,   GARBAGE  PAILS
WINDOW   SCREENS, SCRHBN DOORS
—AT THE—
KAIEN HARDWARE CO., eos Third a..
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Prince Rupert Transfer Co.
—FOR-
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Coal, FiiRiture Moving, Baggage
and Heavy Teaming
W. J.  CRAWFORD, Manager
KflfZ Offloe and Residence:
1000 THIRD AVE,
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PRINCM RDP1RT  JOOT_rt_J.
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Thursday, Fehruarly  18,  191.r
GERMANY'S BOAST
AS TO BLOCKADE
HOW THE   RULE   THAT   IS   PROPOSED WOULD WORK
OUT.
war away from "the armed forces of sink—sink.   It  proposes  to  do   this Holland,    Denmark
the enemy" and against civilian non-'onl>'  With  "enemy" vessels;   hut  the Sweden.    Others  of  them
combatants    engaged     in     peaceful
All Neutral Sliipping Would  Be hi a
Very Precarious
Condition.
trading or travelling for business or
pleasure. It lays claim to far more
than the usual rights ot a complete
blockade   without even   approaching
Germans have solemnly warned neutral ships that they, too, will he in
:-.-_-.,   ... a-.., n.-^.-,-, „ , . ■ . j h   ■-
Norway     and | Skeena   Land    District—-District    of
will    find
their trade and commerce paralyzed
such  as the  United  States  and   ali
"danger"; so that we must extend South America. Occasionally, their
the possibilities of this coward pol- own ships may be torpedoed at mid-
icy to them as well. In the narrow; night as they thread the dangers of
seas so far these submarine attacks, the "war zone," and their own peo-
the establishmenl Of such a blockade have usually been able to   give the'ple  precipitated    inio   the   hopeless
crews   time   to   take   to   their   boats,  abyss of the  vacant ocean
—it lays claim to the grim and cow-|
ardly  "right'
seamen   and
to send  thousands   of
ship-passengers   swiftly i
though   in   the   case   of  the
niai'u" this was not done. Nor would endure anything,
it have been dune in the case of the I 	
to  :i   horrible death  without   giving hospital ship "Asturlas," if that das-   ,
TAKE NOTICE that Peter Piombo.
of  Prino.  Rupert.   B.C.,   ocenpation
Prospector, Intends to apply for permission to prospect for coal and petroleum over the following described
lands on the West Coast of Graham
Island:  Commencing at a pos, planted   four  miles    east   and    one    mile
north of the north-east corner of Lot
2435, llience north SO (-bains, tlience
If thev'wost   S0    chains,    llience   south    801
ichaiiiH.  thence   east    80    chains,    to
Toko-: will   tamely  endure  this,  they    will point   of  commencement,   containing!
6 10 acres more or less.
lja2S PETER   PIOMBO.
Dai.- located, December lib, 1914,
t.'uMi:   Charlotte  Island*.
imperial mm. works
Bmffimtf   lnnhtUeil   and    Cenenii
Repairs
0*j-Acetylene Plant   in   Connectioi
Phone Red ISO Third Avenw
them Ihe smallest chance of escape, tardly torpedo had hit its mark. And
Il  Is  more like piracy  than   wai
Bul   the  butchered  crews   and    pas-
Bengers    may nol   on   certain   occasions even  be given the
know    I heir     fate—they
we can well believe that, when this
submarine   "blockade"    begins    real
business,  there  will I he   little   time
chance   to|'or   warning  crews  or   saving    pas-
will    not sengers.
"walk in the plank" In laylightl Of course, lhe submarines will
ivltl .- tew monu '• thou I bu "get" few ships They are blind tor-
may   h"   borne   down    "' >ped toises nosing about in  the darl
:.!,.-■ ; .     :o ba ter  scattered      'ej bounds.    Bul    Ih ■
The Tirpitz programme of creating a blockade of terror about the
British Isles has been formally announced, says the Montreal Star,
dealing with the subject of blockade.
On February IS ihe waters thai
wash these Islands are io be "declared :i war zone" —though not a
German war "esse! dan appear on
tlie surfai <• of these v - i. The dai
ger is to lurk lione::ih    them.    Any iy stabbed   from   I    . li   |Germans depend obviously upo
"enemy"   merchant    ship    found    in deadly  thrust of a    torpedo.    When 'error they will create.   A thousand
them   is  to  be  sunk,    cargo,    crew, warships create :    bli ships are to be terrorized by tb<   fate
passenp  r li I   ind all, If 1:   be   "im- :   "war zone," thej  -      F  II id    ol oil . Thai '    the policy of Bel  Ian
possible     In   averl    dangers     which  their vi tims with  in an:   of ■ :"      ••     irred  to the sea. It is
threaten  the crew   and  passei ;ers."|Tl       usually and :" '■>"   '  "moral" blockade,   1m
Any neutral merchant  vessel or pas- cargoes   into  porl    for   examination 'by  grossly  immoral  methods.    Very'*
senger ship found in this "war zone" .Tli":.'  merely pul  them  under  arresl  well, we shall see what comes of it
will also be "in danger"-  in dnngi r      they do nol - nd     n The submarine hi i never ye! s   '■'
68TH  REGT.,  EARL (iltKY'S
OWN    RIFLES.
of a similar awful fate.
This  is blockade   by  subma: Ine
If we ma:   appl)   the'braader   term and honorable warfare.
"blockade"   to  a   mere    "war   zone"       Rut   whal   can    ::    subma Ine
nnd execute  them -'I!  ln   i    lash i   I  !v   bothered  shipping   protected    by
,,„ the  hi      .-. is,   Thai    i       in warships. We may have to carry our
foodstuffs  ir  convoyed  fleets   to tiie
Motherland; -bul   we   can    do   ii   if
policy.    It  degrades   I lie   submarine  when  ii   lakes  upon  Itelf   the    ro! "'' essary, and the Motherland   will
from a weapon of war into   an   In- of blockader? It cannot tow its cap- n°f starve.
strumenl    of  horror.    It  directs  the tare into port, It cannot properly ex-      But what of the neutral nations?
most fearful   Implement  of   modern amine its cargo. It can only sink— Some of them may starve—such   as
Orders by Major J. H. Mc-
Alullin, Commanding; 15th Pi b-
ruary,  1915:
Parades: "A" Company will
parade at the Exhibition Building on Tuesday and Friday at
7:45 (i.iii. Drill squad and oom-
pany. "B" Company will parade at the Exhibition Building on Monday and Thursday
at ":■!."> p.m. Drill squad and
company.
SV.  A.   PETTIGREW .
Captain.
Acting Adjutant.
Skeena   Land    Districl   -DistrUt    of
Qui en  Cli trlottfl  Islands,
TAKE NOTICE thai Peter Pioarbo,
of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
Pros] ec or, Intends to apply for permission to prospi cl tor c ml end pe-
: loleum "" i • tie following described
• lands mi the West Coast of Graham
Island: Commencing at a i est plant-
led three miles north of the north-east
corner of Lot 24 17, thence north SO
chains, thi nee i as! 80 chain tin ni -
sen iu -ii chal them vesl
clu Ins to polnl ol commeni e isiil.
containing 640 acres more or less.
ja2 i "ir: ER   PIOMBO.
Date locati d, December 3rd, 1 91 -1.
J. H. HILDITCH
Contractor and Builder
Estimates given en all classes of
work, whether small or large. Pen-
Bona!   attention  given   to  every   Hem
I'HONE GRJJEN  321
l'Ki;iii:ilK'K  PETERS,  K.C
Barrister, Solioltor and Notary 1'ublli
OIHce In
BXCB.AN.I  BLOGIC
DR. G.LR0Y, DENTIST
Crown  and  Bridge  Work  a
Specialty
OBlce:  Smith   Block,   Third   Aveom
!
I    stl lei      I';:-:   Id
leen Chnrlotti   Isl
IHSSOLt IIOX   NOTICE.
giii'IIiililii
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TAKE NOTICE that the firm
Ritchie, Agnew & Co. has been dis
solved upon the 31st day of January
A. D. 1915, and that all accounts ow
ing to the firm will be collected by
J. Fred Ritchie, for the benefit of
tho partners, and that all accounts
owing by the firm  will bo   paid   by!
TAKE NOTICE thai  l',". - Piombo,
''';'   Prince   Rupert,    B.C.,
« i Prosjii ctor. Intend i to apply for i ir
mission to prospeel  for coal and pe-
j troleum over the following described
lands on the Wesi  Coast of Graham
Islan i:  Commencing at a posl pli    I
ed three miles north of tlle north-, isl
corner of Lot '24.37, tlience north SO
chains, thence wesi 80 chains, thence
son11,    80    chains,   llience    east    SO
chains,  to  polnl   of  commencement,!
containing 640 acres more or less,     |
ja29 PETER   PIOMBO.
Dale located, December 3rd, 1914
A. FAULDS, M.l. M.E.
Consul'iijg Mi,.:.,,,  ;:;i„ineer
Examinations  and    developmenl    o:
Coal, Metal, Oil. Etc.
709 Duusmuil  St.      Vancouver,  B.C
HAIRDRESSING
Pk.««nsi   1 and    District—-District
Quean   Ch: i . -.,"  1 'hinds.
Manicuring,   Scalp   Tr«at-
nient, Electric Treatments,  Rite
Mrs.   IS". Ii. Htuidasyde,  Prop.
211 Third  St.        !'l INOE  RUPERT
ipi__E___{£'S^jfjr}:5.rSii  i; -..
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gj ol tho firm. Dated at Prince Rupert,
{§ B.C., this 4th day of February, A. D.
fi j 1916,
1 ! J.     FRED   RITCHIE.
A.  E.  WRIGHT,
j   C. T. Reward   (witness to both   sig-
natui'i   - fomarti
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448
co.
'owi r,    ■ ■ hart
.  i lin
ing,
1 l' wm$m
: v-'i,"''Si»V;!
liS v
I f'J: 3/(5
Delivered to your kitchen
door, like groceries
175,000,000 Bottles Yearly
That was the demand for Budweiser last
year.
The Anheuser-Bijsch Plant cove™ toxlcy
more than 142 ocrer— equal to 70 city
blocks. It gives steady employment to
6,000 people, and to 1,500 more In Its
branches.
Evory process, every room, is Immaculate.
Every bottle Is Pasteurized and inspected.
This Quality-Plant, started nearly 50 yearn
.ijjo, is a model of modern facititieo.
The hundreds of visitors who go through
every day know that nothing of Its kind
could be made any better than Budweiser.
The Largast Plant of Its Kind
in the World
&
_____t P
Anheuser-Busch, St. Lcuis
A   a,aj_*v.v ■■-.    .   tm
Some of the Principal
Buildings
Skeena   Land    District
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Poter Piombo,
of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for permission to prospect fur coal and petroleum over lho following described
lands on the West Coast of Graham
Inlaud: Commencing at a post planted five miles east and one mile north
of the north-east coiner of Lot 2435,
tl nee north So chains, thence east
SO chains, thence soutli 80 chains,
lence west SO chains, to point of
commencement, containing 040 aeres
more or less.
Ja_!) PETER   PIOMBO.
Date located,  December 4th.  1914.
White  Prints
Ptt'jne Blue  !   3
OT-TO-l
.191
iP.O. Box  171-I
ho said J. Fred Ritchie,   on account     TAKE NOTICE that Peter Piombo,
of  Prince  Rupert,   B.C.,   occupation, RITCHIE,     AGNEW     &.
Prospector, intsnds to apply for tier-1
mission to prospect for coal aud pe-       (-ivl1 Engineer, and Snrvefors
troleum over tho following desoribed Prince Rape       I   ' .
lands on the West Coast of Grahi 	
Island:  Cmnraenc.lng at a ; ost plant- Waterworks,,   Water
ed three miles north  and one   mile  3oaBtructl.n   „.,.,„„.
oi the nortn-sast corner of Lot,
2 ir;7. thence north SO chains, thenoel °"  antl  Provincial   I
easl;   80    chains,    thence    south    SO j Sleatrie Blue Print! ;  tl        un
chains,   thence   west   80    chains,    to
point of commencement,   containing
Skeena La__ Di   id      -Coasl  District 640 aCT0B ,nnre or ;"'"'
Ma2!) 1'KTEi'   PIOMBO.
Ran?e 5' -    Date located, Decembt.   3rd, 1914
UKE NOTICE that I, Philip
Chsley, intend to apply for a licence
to prospect for «oal and petroleum
on tho following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted aboul
'.10 chains north of the south-east
corner of Lot 43III! (T.L. 6G6S),
thence north SO chains, thence east
80 chains, tbence south SO chains,
ilhencd vresl SO chains to the point
f oommentement, "iiitaiulng 140
teres to be known as P Chesley'
>Io.  4 claim.
Located  October   21,  1914.
(117        PHILIP CHESLEY,   Locator
z^r;. LINDStrS CUB!;     STQR.4BI
C.   T.   P.   CART -.
3.'.1    8BCOMTJ
JINGLE PO.V
1» handled  by  us.   ! I]  i
prompt attention
CQA1
a I vi
■i.
Skeena   Land    District,—District    o
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that I, D. Hogg,
of Queen Charlotte City, occupation
Farmer, Intend to apply for permis
sion to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a pos
planted at the south-west cor
ner of Oooden Island In Bearskin
Bay, thence easterly thence norther
Iy, thence westerly, thence souther
y, following shore line to point of
ominenccmcnt, containing five acres
nnrc or less.
DANIEL HOGG.
Dated  6th February, 191IS.        fl8
LAND ACT.
Form  11.
Form of Notice,
Skeuna    Land    District—District    of
CoaBt  Range  5.
TAKE      NOTICE     that     Edward
Chesley,   Prospector,   of   Shames,   in
tends  to  apply   for    permission    to
lease  the  following  described  land:
Cin-inenctng   at a post  planted  one
of a  mile enst of Mile  Pos
G.T.R. from Prince Rupert o
lortl      boundary   line   of    railroad
lit and    about    one-half
erly from Bouth-east oorner
Phone  93.
'              31
Pacific Car tat'
I in   e.
General  To
,
Furniture  Movil
, - -
When you  buy COAI
:.    ',           ESI
— Ladysmitb   Lim
ir   Cod  ii
Washed   .'
The Queen Charlotte
Oil Fields I mited
n   L atloj
ii limited
: J    Stock
GKO.  F.    MACDONAI 11.    Bec.-trea*
nullding for *,,],- .
amount  of   Thmih
Skeena   Land    District—District    of
Queen  Charlotto Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Peter Piombo,
of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
Prospector, Intends to apply for permission to prospect for coal and petroleum over the following described
lands on tie West Coast of Graham
Island: Commencing at a post plant- Oilice will open todm
ed five miles east and on. mile north
of the north-enst corner of Lot 2435,
thenrs north SO i bains, thenoe west
80 chains, thence south 80 chains,
thenoe -net 80 chains, to point of
eornin.noeinent. tontuliiing 040 acre*
more or 1ms.
Ja29 PETBR   PIOMBO.       E? HAYNER  '
Dats Loeated, 4th Decfcniber,  1914.  B   .,
Pioneer I nnoral i
_   Euibnliiiera      Opci
RE  HIGH   OOBT OF    LIVING   KK-  ■   ...
1     Mgllt. I.lld'a.-'
Dt'Cilll BY BUrtNO YOVK f]
Attendni:
Rest  Oimlity    OomQStlC    Ijoitb,    Coal   .
1 jj   PHONE 86.    710 'i
$9.80 Per T»»
Best  Quality  Washed   Nut  c'oul
$8.'.15 Per Ton
DELIVERER
—Till':—
Union  Transfer  Co.
Prince Itupert, B.C., Phone 8(1
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DOORS,
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ii.;. kinds oi'- PiNiBHiNOS, atom
I -    nol HE  i IMsl tt'l    I
■- •-.        •   .'. Thursday,  Februarly  IS,  1915.
PRINCE   RUPERT   JOURNAL
GRANITE
.KANITE of beBt quality and thoroughly  tested  for sale
Cut  Stone  or  Orunhed  Hock  in
Quantities
.,'EIL J. Mel -301)      Phone Green 217
OCEAN FISH CO.
fresh  I'isli Arriving Every Day
1'itsido Oiders Promptly Attended To
PflONB BLUB -i>»
PHONE S54 P.O. BOX 60
FOB
APERHANGING
AINTING
OLISH1NG AND
WALL TINTING
HIGH-GRADE    INTERIOR
DECORATING    A    SPECIALTY
Martin Swanson
SECOND AVE. -EAR McBRIDH,
CANADIAN STEAM
LAUNDRY
NOW OPEN FOR  BUSINESS
11 Latest and Approved Methods
HOnly  Skilled    Operators  Employed
Phone us anil we will call for a
trial  bundle
Note   our   address:
313   SIXTH    AVENUE    WEST
Phone No. 8
Canadian Steam  Laundry   §
fi
n-n 0 cKKWKm-O O&ao OOO _ S_-6_-tt_ OO-
IN THH MATTER OF THE "NAV-
IOABLH WATERS' PROTECTION
AOT," WYISED STATTTTH8 OF
CANADA., 1908, CHAPTER 116,
AWD AMENDING ACT-
—and—
JN TH-fl UATTEJR OF AN APPLICATION BY THH MONTANA OON-
T4NBNTAL DEVELOPMENT COM-
PANY FOR APPROVAL OF THE
PLANS FOit CONSTRUCTION OF A
GBRTAIM WHARF AND ORB BINS
09t    WATOKFRONT     BLOCK    "'IC'
PRINOH   RUPERT  TOT;N_-T_:.
TAKE NOTICE that lho M.atann
Oenti.iental Development .ojaitnn:-'
of Butt., MoBfana, has il«?ooitod
with the Minister of Public Works
at. Ottawa, Oaatda, and wlrt tke
District Ee*i_trar ot Titles, Prince
Runert, B.C., tinder Chapter IIS, K.
S.O, 1IU6, i ism. and descriptions of
»ho propose! site of certmln harbor
works to be constructed by t_» »«id
Company on waterfront Block "E,"
Prince Rupert Townslte, ftooer-lng
to reglsuu-ed plan of the said Town-
Gm-BRNMHKT WChU-BRR
R0POKT.
I'limlstiod   !,»•   I.   VI.    Uewimg.
For 2 4  hours ending 5  p.m.
February  17.
Bar. reduced to sea level  . . . . 29.70!
Highest   temperature     35.0
Lowest  temperature    30.0
INVESTIGATING
THE WATERFRiNT
I Continued 'from   Page   One.)
fact that, the Government answered
the demand of tho people of Prince
Itupert and put iu a wharf and bad
site dn|ioelt»„ lu lhe Prinoe Rupert igoods handled over it nl rock-bottom  prices,  rendering it   impossible
Land It__i_try Office, and iiunbere.
886, tbe aferesaid work, renaieting
of one wbarf With ore bins.
AND   F.RTHER   TAKB   NOTIC-. in
that the Mid Company has applied to
the   Govarnor-Oeneral-in-Counr.il   for
approval of the proposed works, and
permission  to construct the same.
Dated at. Prince Rupert, B.C., this
8th   .ay  of  January,   A.D.   lnl».       j plain
PATMORE   *   FULTON,
Solicitors    for   tbe    Montana    Conti
nental   Development  Company,
Ja27f27        PATMORE   &   FULTON,
for a private Individual to do busi-
Captain Babington said everyone
regarded the wharfage as very low,
He  had   never   heard   anyone    com-
NAVIGAI5LE     WATERS     PROTECTION ACT.
R. S. C. Chapter 115.
Tke Imperial Oil Company hereby
give notice that it has under Section 7 of tke above Aot, deposited
with tke Minister of Publie Works at
Ottawa, and in the office of the District Registrar of. the Prince Bsspert
Land Registration District at Prinoe
R»P9rt, B.C., a desoripHen of th*
and two miles cast of the north-eastjBUa and the plans of the w.arf and
corner of Lot 2433, thence north 80 [approach propoasd to be built in
chains, thence west 80 chains, thencejprinae Rnpo:t Btrtor, Brittsk Co-
south 80 chains, thenco east SO.iuaibia, iu froat af Waterfront
chains to point of commencement, Block "G", according to registered
containing 140 ceres more or le3s.
ANDREW W. MacLEAN.
flS Agent, Peter Piombo.
Date located,  23rd  December,  1914.
Skeena  Land  District —  District of
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Andrew W.
MaeLean, of Prince Rupert, B. C,
occupation Carpenter, intends to apply for permission to prospect for
coal and petroleum over the following described lands on the West
Coast of Graha Imdlsna
Coast of Graham Island: Commencing at a post planted one mile nortli
MDUOBD   FARES.
Phone No. 99 is operating on a
m tm%mwm *i priaa- for auto line
A_yw_«_* wee. mi ■»»- Creek th
•karaj* w_H _• i- eenta; to Seal Cov
for •»», ferns, er three persons th
thavgw wall fc* Jl; for four or five
fl.Jtj to er fc'om boots or trains
5« cents. -*tf
Skeena Land Districl—District of
Quocn Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Peter Piombo,
of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for permission to prospect for coal and petroleum over the following described
lands on  tbe West Coast of Graham
Later when Captain Babington
raised lhe point of there being little
chance to get storage room off the
wharves, Coi. Thompson asked if
they wanted to get storage facilities
on a public wharf. This was a very
difficult thing to go!  anywhere-.
Before the report was referred to
the committee, G.  A.  McNicholl ask-
Island:  .omraencing st a post plant- ed  wnat  tne report „ieant  when   it
ed  five miles east of the   north-east.
corner  of  Lot  2435,  theace  east  80 said that no one was able to gel  wa-
chains,   thenoe    south    80     chains, terfront  under  fair   conditions.    He
south 80 chains,
tlience west .0 chains, thence north
Igo chains, to point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or
iless.
ja2!) PETER   PIOMBO.
Date located, December 4th, 1914.
_WfKBKi*i»iKB*CH* B-P- O#O0W <fO
O 13
% Capt. J. McGee |
X M.M.S.A.
Masters und Mates prepared
for examination. Compass ad-
iuster.
I'liiine Red '">»2
.    I'TICAL    ACADEMY"
llcl    Tson   illoi!;,  ojipn:
Royal   Hotel
wanted to know of Captain Babington if be had not been treated fairly
by tbe C. T. P.
Captain   Babington  said   he    had,
Skeena   Land    District—DiBtrict    of i and  said ho did not mean lo convey
Queen   Charlotte Islands t,     meaning that tbe   G. T.   P   was
TAKE NOTICE that f/eter Pio_ibn,j
of  Prince  Rupert,    ILC.,   occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for per-
wKion to prospect f01- , 0al »nd pe-
trelenm over tke following described
lands nn tha West Coast of Graham
Island: Commencing at a post planted five miles easl of Hie north-east Company was not to blame
comer of Lot 24:15, thence north 80
chains, thence east 80 chains, thenc
BOUth 80 o'aains, tbence west SO
chains, to point of commencement,
containing 840 acres mot'e or loss.
j-,,;:', PBTBR   PIOMBO.
Date located, December 4tb, 1914.
He
Iskeena    Land     Districl Districl     of
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
take NOTICE that Peter Piombo,
not ready to act fairly. lie said that
the difficulty was thai waterfront
was not available.
Mr. McNicholl said the (!. T. P.
H had
a, year ago applied to the Dominion
Government for :i quit claim deed for
the waterfront. The Government
bad entered Into an agreement but
the courts of British Columbia
would not accept an Ordor-in-Cmin-
cll,    but    demanded    a    quit    claim
Skeena   Land  District — District of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKB NOTICE thai Andrew W.
MaeLean, of Prince Rupert, 1). C,
occupation Carpenter, intends to apply for permission to prospect for
coal and petroleum over the following described lands on Hie Wes'
Coast of Graham Island: Commencing at a posl planted one mile north
und two miles oast or the north-easl
coiiier of Lot 2435, tbence north SO
chains, llience east 80 chains, tbence
south 80 chains, thence west SO
(bains, to point of commencement,
containing 040 acres more or less.
ANDREW W, MacLEAN.
[18 Agenl,  Peter  Piombo.
Date located, 23rd December, 1314.
pinn   of  tho  Townslte    of   tbe    said.
City of Prince  Rupert deposited   inp-_» »- -_-»_ __--. -•_._-" t in the
dtp er .tartrlot and wiese bread-
inhi.or la an ertiTo service wit* the
f-rr.fK af tftr, Einpiixi or her Allies,
Mn.lf n*t_fy the soeretnry of the
local ergnria-feton.
tf ' W. H   COLLISON,
P.O. Box 735.
Skeena  Land   Dislrict   —  District  of
Queen  Charlotte Islands,
TAKE  NOTICE   that  Andrew    W.
the afereeald Laud R«gistry Office
aa No. 9IS.
AND TAKB NOTICE tkst after
(lie sipirr.llcn of one month from
tha data of the Brut publication of
tkls notlo*. .be sshi Imperial Oil
Oempasy wi!i sneer Section 7 of thc
Mid Aot, apply to tho Minister of
•Public Works at his oHlac In the .City
ai Ottawa for eori'oval of the said
Fit« nnd plant nnd for leave, to construct tho aaid  wharf »nd  approach.
DATED   at   Prince    Rupert,    B.C.,
this  2nd  asy  of   February,   A.   D.
191S. 4w-f4
TUB IMPHRIAL OIL COMPANY.
at.
S_a_s^j
SVNOP8I8      OP      COAL      MINING
REGULATIONS.
Ceal mining rights of the Dominion in Mfcnitobn, Saskatchewan and
Alberta,   Ike   Yukon    Territory,    the
MaeLean, of Prince Ruperl, B.C., oc- 'Northwest Territories and a portion
cupation  Carpenter,  intends to apply
for permission  to prospect for   coal
and petroleum over the following described  lands  on  the West Coast  of
Graham   Island:     Commencing   at   a
post planted two miles north of the
norih-east corner of Lot 2433, thence
north    80    chains,    tlience   east    80
chains,    tlience     south     SO    chains,
thence  west  SO  chains  to   point   of
commencement, containing 640 acres
more  or  less.
ANDREW   W.   MacLEAN.
flS Agent,  Peter Piombo.
Date located,  23rd  December,  1914.
of the Province of British Columbia
may bo leased for a term of twenty-one years at an annual rental of
$1 per acre. Not more than 2,660
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 situate-.
In surveyed territory the land
must be described by sections, or
legal subdivisions of sections, and
'in unsurreyed territory the tract applied for shall be staked out by tlie
applicant   himself.
Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $5, which will be
refunded if tbe rights applied for
are' not available, but not otherwise. A rayeity shall he 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 Hie full
(juantity of merchantable coal mimjd
.and pav the royalty thereon,  If the
mi  chains,  thence  south    so  chains,        ,     .  •        . _. .   • , r,
,,, ,   „,,    ,   . ;'-os   mining njaftts are not being op
ulence  east  SO   chains,  to  iiniut    of    ... ,     \1 ,     ,,   ,.     , '
lerated.  snch   returns  should   be   tui
jnished  at lensl   once a year.
The l»»si,' will include the coal
mining  rights  only;   but   the   !
of
Skeena Land District — Distric
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Andrew W.
MaeLean, of Prince Rupert, B. C,
occupation Carpenter, intends to apply for permission lo prospeel for
coal and petroleum over tho following described lands on West Const
of Graham Island: Commencing al
a pos! planted tvwo miles north of
the north-east corner of Lo! 2435,
thence north SO chains, thence  westl
The Cmaatai I'ntHolic Fund.
WM1   lliatio   wUo    need    assistance
juHa-
NOTIOE   OF   CANCELLATION     OF
RHWIVK.
NOTICH IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tlie Reserve existing on Detention
Island by reason of a Notice published in the British Columbia Gazette on
the 30th of May, 1912, is hereby can
celled.
R.  A.  RENWICK,
Deputy Minister c r Lands
Department of Lands,
Victoria, B.C.,
October  19th,  1914.       o2!
«HKH»«4MHKH*lW»W__4W^
GUARANTEE.!
American Silk
HOSIER X
g WE   WANT   YOU   TO   KNOW
fi THESE   HOSE
2 They stood tbe test when all
rJ othern failed. Th>.-y give real
fool ■•,'Tnfott. They have no
seanit to rip. They tens: become loose and baggy as the
shape is knit in. not rj-esyed in.
They are GUA'»\NTSJfft foi
fineness, for idyls, for superlor-
6 ity of material aad workman-
^ ship, absolutely sSalul 8,aud to
j? wear six montin- withfuit holes
*   ir roplaeed  by  new  pairs  free.
commencement  containing 640 aci
more or less.
ANDREW   W.   MacLEAN.
CIS
or a - rj a o;,.- m .:■ aatxxa »o» #»«*.-_■_ a
I •'.-■M',__<,__o«.rt*.iKi |"i'   Prince   Rupert,    B.C.,   occupation!deed.  All   lie  wanted   was thai    Col.
 1 ' Dspector, intends to apply forjP«r- Thompson  should  no!   go awav  with
mission lo prospeel   tor coal aad i e-
troleum over the following described the   I   -.    th:     lhe    rallwaj    was   to
lands on  the Wei  Coast of Graharaib!aini    b    .,,,.,   waterfronl  could  not
Island:  Commenting af a posl planted  five  miles easl   of the north-easl  '"   ■• '■    '    '       wished [or,
corner of Lot 2436, thence norlh SO i    _ , -      .- ,,       ,
_  chains,     thenoe     wes.     80     chain-',      " ' ',thcr  "     '     '  n   fo
■    he;   e      afb   80  cl ains   11 ence  eai I    ■ in n   M r.    .IcNicl        said     -     nevi r
f 80   chains,  te   poin!    of   commence- ,   . .-..,.,
0 ...... aded in.  of the   Board
a  ment, eontnining 6 10  -   re    n  u -   or
thai  an  attempt   ivns    not    made   to
IbVte located.  ::-VD,i^mb, v'°vu ' "i,y h° r,r",tted.t0 »***?»
ever arailenli- surface i Ighl i maj
For ':'■ ■>''
■  \ IHLE    RATES
SI - ena   Li nd  District
Queen  Charlotte  fsland
TIIE
Continental Trust
any
'
.:-,:. PBTEK   PIOMBO.
i ■    i loi Dec, mber 4th, 1914
0
-   ao-i ' '' nQooa-KioiwasuKnio
: make the G. '('.  I',  the goal  for all
that was wrong.
Land     I lis rii I    -Dislrict    of j
,.,. „   : ,,;1     [gland Die    wording     was    changi ■     to
TAKE that Petei    'iombo, make ii agreeable to Mr. McNicholl
of   Prince   Rupert,   B.C.,   occupation
The Morning Journa
Pr >spi   toi    'i     ii■'::■ ti   apply for per
: ■ I ■ don  to prospeel  for coal and  pe-
utn on     ■ hi      :;<  ' liig desci '■- ■
mi  ■   .    .Vest Coasl   il    Iraham
Island: Coi    101 cing al a  pos!  plonl
I four n        uort'h of tl     north-
Col.   Thompson   will    spend    some
days here on the  mutter ol    ln\ istl-
ii n
— o- -
.:    Hi  ace   lorth 80
ETRNISHEI)   HOI   IE     h'OII
,    .
50c. per m< il
ici   . .   :   10 chains, thence
ins,    thenc I
of   con
. ire or h
PE1 PIOMBO,
I     Date 1 ..        ■   tub, r 3r I, 1914
' ' ' '   ■ i fireplaces. Apply L. Bullock-Webster,
C-_-r><io<t_OO_W_-*0-OiS_-a_CHW.,'V' :;:MOM»«KjiIWP«:|,:allll,l>lin    PIace     ,„.    ,„   ,, 0     |Jnx
_
0
RUPERT MARINE IRONWORKS AM
SUPPLY CO., LIMITED
A pretty little
the 1-1111 I'm i in
and   all    otlier
840.
In  ii
"■ - -i   connection
mveni slices.    Open
fI4tf
lOXCIXI
WATERFRONT,   I'llINCK    Hl'l'ERT
CHS,   MACHINISTS   \M>    MACHINERY    CONTRACTORS,
Specialists in  Marine Power Hunts, Oil, Stcuni or Gasoline.
II. C, (.',,.!-( Agent,', for the liiiiisli Kromlioul Seinl-Dlesol Oil Engin,—the most reliable ami economical, anil the cheapest
power I'm- iKhiiifi Imats, tins anil passenger vessel!
Standard Las Engine Compiiii>'H linglnos and Ports In slock,
,-'       '•••"'   '   "!.i'J;L
f,
-
liiifl'ets,   Iron  Reds,  Springs.   Mattresses, Blankets, Sheets nnd Pillow
(  I'cliiiiai'.v Bargain Prices.   George
. Tile,  the  II,une 1'Urnlsliar.    fluff
''" KE NOTICE thai Andrew 1
MaeLean of Pri c, Rupert, B. (
oci upation Can ' "-:"- intends to a
ply for j-- rmii [on to pros] u I f
conl and petr leum over the following d 'Si rihed 1 inds on the West
Coasl of Graham Islnnd: Commen
;"" al -i posl plant, d two mile i n
and one mile easl of the north-easl
■- irni r of Loi :.' i" . i In m e nortli SO
chains, thence easl 80 chains, tl mi ■
south SO chains, 'hence wesi 80
chains fo uoinl of comniencenu it,
containing S40 i:r<T:. more or le is.
ANDREW   W.   MacLEAN
flS Agent,   Peter Piombo.
Dale  located   23:      December,  1914.
Skeena    Lund    District—Districl    ol
Coast. Range Five.
TAKE    notice    that   I,   George
Mills Shirley, of Prime  Rupert, oc-
I inn Rancher Intends to
for permission to ptircbas i bo ' '
lowing described lands- Commencing at a posl planted al the N.E.
corner of Lo! 5462, Range '", Const
District; thence easl 32 chains, more
or less, to the west boundary of Lot
18 Tbence soutli along the said
West boundary pf Lot 48 aboul four
chains to the G.T.P. Right-of-way;
tli once westerly following the O.T.I'.
Right-of-way to Hie S.E, corner of
Lot 5102; tlience northerly 4.26
chains to point of commencement,
eontnining IB acres mure or less.
GEORGE   MILLS  SHIRLEY.
Daied  August 29tb,  1914. s2
" i ooiisiders*!  lesessary   for Hie   worlt-
Dis(ri'-t  ofjing of tke mine at the ra o of   510
per acre.
For  full   Informatien   application
sheuld be made to the      ei il iry   of
ihe Department of the Interio ,   i l
Itawa,   or   to   any    \:-e,u .or    Sub-
Agent of dominion Lands.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy Minisl  r of the Inti i lor
JAMES QUMO
ARCHITW.
Second Ave, Near  McBrlde St.
HOTEL DIRECTORY
MemlitMs  of  the  Prince  Rnpc ■
Licensed Vintners' Association
_
Steel, Iron, oils, Wire Rope, IVilni.i  Belting, B. O.   Wood   Pulleys,
Columbian   Bronze  Propellers, Storage Batteries, Dynamos and
.Mucin,'   Accessories.
Repairs—First-class equipment nnd  s(iil)    for   machine   and   ship
repairs.
P.O. BOX 515 TELEPHONE 313
I!h9<h-h*_{«i_-_ _*>_hKhW}^^ _s»iKH»_-r*0-_ &_^>_^J^*^
Corporation   of   (he   City of   Peine
Itupert.
Bylaw  No.   -!_;(>,    Eleventh   Avenue
Plunk  Rond, ('outrait  No.  I.
SEALED TENDERS will be re
ceived by K. A. Woods, City Clerk
up till 5 p.m., .Monday, 15th Febru
cry, for the construction of a sixteen
fool plank roadway on Eleventh
j Avenue and City Reserve, Iron
Ninth Avenue to Albert. Avenue.
Plans may be seen and specifics
Jtions obtained at the City Engineer'
office, City Hall,
,.,    lowest or any lender not nee
essarily accepted.
W.   McG.   .MASON,
City Engineer
P&
il
Royal Naval College of Canada.
Daily Journal
50c per month
The nexl examination for the entry of Naval Cadets, will be held at
the examination centres of the Civil
Service Commission in May, 1915,
siicoessful candidates Joining lhe college on or aboul 1st August. Applications for entry will be received up
to 15tii April by the Secretary, Civil
Service Commission, Ottawa, from
whom blank enlry forms can now be
obtained.
Candidates for Wie examinalion in
May next must be between the ages
of fourteen and sixteen on the 1st
July, 1915.
Further details can be obtained on
application to the undersigned.
G.  .1.  D15SBARATS,
Deputy Minister of tbe Naval   Service
Department of the Nayal Service,
Ottawa, January 8th, 1915
Hnatithorir.ed publication of this
advertisement will not be paid for,—
72868. ja28
WINDSOR    HOTKI,
Oer.  of First Ave. and  Eighth St.
W. IL Wrlglit, Prop.
HOTEL  CENTRAL
Firsl Ave, unit Seventh St.
European  and   American   Plant
$1.00 u. ff2.r,u Per n«j
Peter   Black,.   Prop.
S Cmr Freo Offer
Te every one sending us 50c
fi to cover shipping GdM»9e<5,   we
J* wH! ceod, subject  to duty, ab-
K Eolmely  free:
5 Tures  p ti.-u of   our   famous
■' men's     a ME R 1 C A v    SILK
O l-rOSE wlt'i  written   suorantee,
§ nny color, or
p Three pains of   c.ur   Ladies'
8 Hese, in  rflank,  Tan or   White
,•> colers, with  wnitten guarantee
o       DON'T     DELAY     C-ci     ex-
'J  plres when  deah r  In  loi.r   Io-
ft cality  i-   selected.    t4lve   color
•  ire: .
S  The  Intornation       Hosierj   Co.   6
21   Bittnor Street j
fi   Dayton, Oliio - C.S.A. 2
I
,; . _ ..Hi ..'.ci,..-;;,, -, •". -" _',vO __-_•_<! op
U)KHJ_<H. tHJtt^HKW OO VOn 9-CH>»ia-_-a
0
THE M«ST COMFORTABLE
D
URIN"
IN THK CITY
c
g   .»n.'-Hv'i's nil culls '!.>.»" und '..r-'.u
I      Phone 99
Stand:    Hot.
line-    Rupert
i »<ta.*ia_^a<ini:,_-«i.r>__-_tt<H*0-ixR3
Firm
KNOX HOTEL
Ave.    Between    Blglitli    anil
Nil! Ill
European Plan;   limes 50c to 81.00
Per l);iy
lle-'incr   As    Besner,   Props.
iew Weilington
EMPRKSR HOTK3,
3. V. RocheNtei- \. I). Cnsley
Third   Ave.   Between  Siv'li  and
Sevenlli  StM.
{European Plan;  50c to   SI   Per  Day
itOVAL  HOTEL
Oorley & Burgess, Props,
Third   Ave.  and   Sixdii   St.
European Plan Steam licateil
UWAXTJR      \WHLFS\LK     LIQUOR
CO.,   LIMITS.)
Second   Ave.  nnd  Sixth  St.
Ptoue ioa
I^RTNCK RITKRT IM1V)RTINQ CO.,
LIMITED
Frnser and Sixth Sts
Phono   7
a
The Pavoiite Bousehold CouJ
< leanest, Brightest mid Host
Rogers & Albert
Second Aveutie I'linne 116

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