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Array -mm
High-class
Job
Printing
YOL. V.
PRINCE   RUPERT,   B.   C,  THURSD AY, APRIL  1,  191E
 s  .—
Price  5   Cents.
NO.   121.
NS HELD
lit
i*
RUSSIA
TBOM
KISH COAST TOWNS
German Submarine Sunk
Crown Of Castile But
Crew Saved By French
PATRIOTIC SERVICE
•SHE BY WOMEN
llarrv Wales, March 31.—The
crew of lhe steamer Crown of Castile, which was sunk by German submarines off the Sicily Islands, was
rescued by a French steamer, the
Magellan.
The Crown of Castile was of 4,-
600 tons.
Sunk in Same Place,
London, -March 31.—The Eller-
lnan liner Flaniinian, with a general
cargo from Glasgow to Ci. pet own,
was submarined near the Sicily Islands also. She was of 3,000 tons.
Her crew ot' thirty-nine was saved.
UNITE© STATES
CONSUL IS HERE
GEORGE O. COLE ARRIVED YES-
TERI'AY TO TAKE CHABGE
LOCALLY.
Prince Rupert  Will  Have a   Perm.!
nent  Representative of
Republic.
HOW    IHE    NATIONAL   SERVICE
COMMITTEE   HAS AIDED
SOLDIERS.
Information  Relative   In What    Has
Been   Dime   So
Par.
INCREASING TRAVEL
THROUGH CITY
EIGHTEEN  ARRIVED  BY   PRINCE
GEORGE YESTERDAY WITH
THROUGH TICKETS.
There Are a  Number Now Travelling
by Steamer ami (1. T.  P.
East.
Russian Black Seal
Fleet Bombarded
Turkish Coast Cities
* IMMtl liegitiient Bar) Grey's Own *
* Rilies. •
* ...        -.    - . "
* ORDERS by Major .1.  H.  Mc- -
* Mulllii, Commanding, March 19, *
* Parades—"A"   Company   will *
* parade at the  Exhibition  BaiU- *
* ing on  Wednesday,   .March   31, *
* and   Friday,   April   2,   at   7:45 *
* p.m. »
* at 7:45 p.m. *
* "11" Company will parade al
* the     Exhibition     Building      on
* Mon.lay.  March   29, and   Thurs- *
* day, April 1, at 7:46 p.m. *
* W.  S.   MARSHALL,  Lieut. *
* Acting Adjutant.
There arrived in the city yesterday George C. Cole, who will assume
the duties of United States consul
here. For some months past the office has been filled by I. N. Linnell,
who combined lhe oflice with his
other duties. The appointment of Mr.
Cole gives this point a permanent
Rfftoer I" represent the, w'.'ici". 'i-
public.
The new consul will shortly open
an Oilice here, lie has been filling
the office of consul al Dawson and
comes here after service 'in various
other centres, ile was stationed at
Buenos Ayres In South America
among these, Mr. Cole is a West
Virginian.
The presence of a  eons.,,!  l.ere.to|u
represent the   United 'Stales   shows
the importance thai  the government
One of the mosl iini.tirttun developments of patriotic work in recent
nn.nths lias been the formation of
the National Committee of Women
for Patriotic Service, more popularly known as the National Service
Committed. The reason for the organization of this committee was the
need of some central point of contact for the leaders of the Women's
Societies from which Information
and advice as to matters relating to
the war could be issued to the organizations which are represented on
it. In this way confusion and overlapping can he prevented, a very Important, thing al this time, when
every dollar musl go as far as possible and every ounce of energy be
conserved. The committee aims to
work through existing societies and
nol  to form new organizations.
The oliicers of the Committee are
as follows: lion. President, II. R, 11.
the Duchess of Connaught; lion.
Vice-Presidents. II. R. II. the Princess Patricia, the Wives of the l.ieu-
Laily Borden,
Lady Laurier:  President, Mrs. A. W.
AUTO ACCIDENT
NEAR SEATTLE
The travel along the Pacilic Coasl
is constantly increasing. Yesterday's ti. T. P. steamer the Prince
George brought, a good number of|
travellers and among them were
many going east by the G. T. P.
train service. Eighteen passengers
so routed were among those who
reached here yesterday  morning.
Among the arrivals by the .Q. T. P.
steamer     Prince    George    yesterday      Seattle,   March   81.—Another    ter-
were  Ihe  following:   W.  G.   Alexan-'rlble auto accident  happened yester-
PROMINENT    PEOPLE    IN   COAST
CITY     BROWNER     IN     Ol-
W.1MISH   RIVER.
Thc Car Skidded While Approaching
Bridge,  Precipitating
All.
der, Mr. Ashley, Harry Shearer and
wife, Miss V. Lemon, Mrs. .1. Murphy, Mrs. E. Hoffman, J. M. Nelson,
C. Rowley, Wm. Rowley. Mr. Thomas. Mrs. Stewart, E. Murphy, Mr.
Mulligan, S. Hodgkinson, David
Creschley, w. Lauder, S. A. Fletcher,
H. Bruce, E. Kirkness, M. Bascus,
II. Hawkins, O. Flint, George C.
Cole, E. Sparks, Mr, Anderson, F.
Baker, C. .1. ration. F. Filinio, A.
Godfrey,   I.   G.    strong,    Rev.    Mr,
HAV
day a short distance out of this city.
Mr. and Mrs. T. \V. Pl'osch, .Miss
Margaret Denny, and Mrs. Harriet
Beecher, a delegation from the Se
attle Historical Society to TacomaJ
were drowned In ah auto smash atI
Allentown. -j- (,
The car skidded on a bridge ... -
proach and fell thirty fee into tl .
Duwamish  River.
Another  passenger,  Mrs.' Carkeek,      pari
Petrograd,  March  31.—An  official
report  says:
"Our   Black   Sea    licet    have    I i-
barded Zunguldak, Koslu, Kilinill,
and Ereglp today. The bombardment
caused heavy explosions in the places
named and a number of fires.
"Fog in the region of the Bosphor-
us on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday prevented our warships continuing the bombardment  there.
''We sunk a steamer and many
colliers, In spiie of a very sharp
fusilade our aviators dropped bombs
from their aeroplanes, .'mini, considerable damage."
I XEAHTHE1, PLOT
TO SINK  LA TOCRAIXE
Utenipl  in   Desii'i
llet'ii Trnced It
M'llger.
v  Vessel  lias
Pus.
Levins,  VV.  Dunn.  John    Ingles,    M.      -momer  passenger,  Mrs: u-ariteeK.l     pariS|  March  .'ll.    Raymond  Swo-
Johnston,   James   Hamilton,   11.    G. and  the chauffeur, swam   to   safety. | boda, a  m    . n    (•  on   the   liner   la
Griffiths,  C.   R.    O'llnra.    wife    and j All  the  members of the   delegation Touraine, which took lire a i sea   has
bild:   .Mrs. C,   Hamstead,  Mrs.  Cold-
stein,  J,  V.
Gooderham, representing tbe Daugh-
s. C.   Hamstead,   Mrs.  Gold- beloneerl to   nromlnonl   Seattle   rnnil    i ,   ,
iitiiingiti io promincni  seauii   lami- Deen  arrested   here on  a  charge   nf
V.  Rlttenhouse,  Mrs.    Mor- ..
lies. .  , , 1     ,;,.,,,,,, i.     .       „>,   .      ...
|of the southern  republje attaches to|ters o|, t]|0   EmpJro.   vlce.Pregldent|
rii.Tjngtt.il
ri.s,  Mrs.   George   Dirking,    M.   Cos-
t flit).   Ceo.   Ri Id,   Lieut.
ling  III"  it.   the   vess •!.    Tin     flrt
Stead,
Al-
S.   A.   Flecker,   inspector   of  Gov
eminent  offices, is in  the city on  of- of  in..re  than  ordinary advantage lo
ficiul  business. the city and  the district.
' ■ Inatt .i   from   an   explosion    near
Grocerle      ' lur prices art  the low.   . ,    , ,        , .    .  ,
Prince  Rupert.     His  presence    here;,,         -n,,,.,.,.,,,,,,,,    ,,,,., ,,.„„    ,,   .l.eri   Bowen,- C. D. Crane, Cl C.  Hall, "las  cabin.    Incriminating   let-
01,1    ' 'est  iu  town.   Von  will save money 0-
ROSS,                                        ,-,,,-                                 ters ■'■'r:'    disi 'Hired   on    him    slim,-
almost  ' vet     ai tide. Give us a  tria
in thai   he   was  charged    with    the
with   Hi,' liliug of regular reports as Xalin,ial  (v,,',,,„:i  „,-   Women.   Treas-jK-   "'   ,llinis'  Mr'  0,T'  '
I is  done  relative  to  tlie  development
of the different   Industries should be
Czar's Armies Taking
Many More Prisoners
In Advances On Enemy
/ i	
Petrograd,   March   ,'l I.    An  official. .............
a- |      *      a, a      *      *      4
reporl  says:
"Wesi ..I' Nlemen the lighting con-
Unites,  Our troo      ine   acted   suc-
fully,    ii.il in;',     progress.     The
Germans  have  been   forced   lo   fall
back in haste,
"Two hundred pi Isoners, two officers, and Iwo machine guns were
taken
-I., i' , Carpatl lans our offensive
inn,,- iinenl   ' onl Inues.    On    lhe   29til
we made a  I.  .'   atlack, taking   as;     linnets, Iron  Reds; Springs,   Mat-
prisoners  ili..!', ei     i    ifflcers,    1,760 tresses, Blankets. Sheets nnd Pillows
men
also
, .Mrs.   11.  Im   Btissy,  Air.  Bulmer and
wife,  Mm.  I-I.. I). Taylor,  .Mrs.  Whiting,   Mr.   (iiidier.   Mr.   Ili.lin,    A.    W.,
Wright,   fl.   Bi ni" ii.   Win,   ,M.-Murray |
ami  wife,  l(. Campbell, W.   Dalzell,
E. H. Griffiths.  Kfugis Aha   Triance
Mr.   Sutclifl,    P.   -I.   W,    li'iiiiit ,    W.l
Richardson  ami  wife. A.    L.  White-
worth,  A.  10.   Hartley,   ll.    Hodgson
W. G.  Powell, Mrs. [ricoll, and .1.  II.
Bayne.
Daughters of the Empire; Secretary,
.Mr.--. Plumptre, representing ihe Red
Cross .-... lety.
Mi rubers of Committee: Preside, ... ,.!' Nationally Organized Societies ef Women, i Any President,
not    resldenl    iu   Toronto,   has   tlie
.i  io nominate her representative
On    I   II     1  '.ll'lllille. . I     ,
Office and Warehouse, 77 King
St. East, Toronto; Shipping Warehouse, No, i Campbell Road, Halifax, X. s.
The    Committee    ho ed    Die
rolh    in., ii i   ai,un Information an.!
iti-e  i' inline,  war  needs: \3. s. COWPEK OE   LOCAL   i % Mi:
li.-.!  Cross Su ot i   an *s  "11 ' '     IXH   SPEAKER •■!„ Al.   ,
order today. Phone 123. Prompl de
Ivery. Mussallem & Co., 423 Fifth
Ave. East,
ml    Ion uf di      "-ing tin
posed a- an  A ineri, ..a
He
I
SINK   SI ll.MAIII.Ni:.
Paris, Wi reh 81, An ..I'i. i.i
re..mi Bays! "A French li.-.hi
.'!..; -i' i,■ mined a German mill
marine near Dieppe yesterday.
■' i.. wards there w. re tiuanli-
li.s  of  II.ia! ing  oil  seen, and    il
Is believed  ihe   submarine   was *\men    travelling    between   Vospllal
sunk."
LIBERAL TICK* T
FOR VANCOUVER
Hard Fighting On French
Front V/henever Armies
Have Come  Together
I'a i-i.
March
officlali     "Ill     lhe    f0 .   -
In en
In
■■ ■,"    thc
I'OUIII.       ,
ad only for tlle bIi l' and wound. .1
soldiers and sailors, bul Include all
kind - of warm . Inline", and 1 nltled
inin.Is,  been 111 C Ihey are list d   tor t>:"
'It
,  '
IS   IV 1,1 Ill-IP.
:i      icthli; irl     ilai
Pour di   I'' ■      ind Bi
nl if Ma rei ..-
an      i of irei
ml        . ti - ie li  ni'ii't ii
■
. ei  ibe
i|  : iii ' ll
eil    III   I
al    Mel-
I'r.ini      thi'
 o~
CjucKtitm nf  Fusions   I'lnded    i'p   Inl
Nothing   Being   Accoiiipllslictl
iu Tl.is Regard,
and     crossing   Ihe     Channel      from
Prance  to  England,  besides i'or   lhe!     Tlie   I i!"   als  of   Vm ver    have
'I"''! and  Base  Hospitals.    Tl,.- Na- nai I  their can it   lasl.   Ii  O0OO<.
lional    Service   Committee    regards
i .  .'   Perry,  I.
,Ve took  live   machine'
ll.e needs of the  Red  Cro
I'm ing i le     lost urgei
the sympathies and efforts -of Canadian women.
0-iWt«H»»a-i'BK«m-tKi^ All   Information
guns,'at March  Bargain Prices.   George D.
Tite, Hie House Furnisher.
has   ('lee  I   i'.      It ■    follow ;n.'.     li.ii..'   ;'
lie. ted:   M.   A,    Ma. do
leB. Far        liali h   Smith, R. .1.
I.
■
nelly.
jbeen -i
P.   li.'I!
Ti;- re   has   I"!'   i    .   ■■•■
::,■'. Ci,-.  ":t,: -'■.:
Liberals Defeated In The Yakou
On tlie day following the election fur tlie Yukon Coiincl.l there
..iis published Hie results, as reported in the previous evening
from Dawson. It appeared thai the two parlies were a. tie or thai
lhe Liberals bad a majority at that lime. When the exacl returns
arrived It. was round Ihat the Conservatives were alii! in con ol,
Since then some recounts hive taken place wit lion I changing the
result. The council now stands, si:; Conservatives to four Liberals, with one Liberal return liable to he protested.
contain tl  in  a  book- dei   ribed In
fKrtH*«1i*Di? MfiSSlW
. ntltled "Sin       tl.       [or Work," '■'- neon ver in  Hie  i n ■
ai!  Issuod  free •■.: charge   from   all the    Conservative fhese     fu
i i' a. in-,-  of th.   Red  Cross   Soi; "■ a In rcalltj    .    tup!
ilso  from  i he  Hi    '   I Ifflce,   TT ol her   | ti ri t   sin hi Social
Street  East, Toron ". |tlie  Labor pan.',  or   in,
All siipi iii-s ihould he sen! to iii" : '-ii: ervatives, to ,1
oi al  branch  of the  Red  Cross   '■' '      to it   I
■ ie c," ii. a,i offlce, ■      i   a'tten
.'.    Field     Comforts,    1 besc    nre!in ' '••
(Continued  on   Page  Four.) (Continned on ■ i
I   will
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. I'KKKKKHKl Thursday,  April  1,   1915.
PRINCE    RUPBitT    JOURNAL
0rmrc Kttuetf journal PENSION SYSTEM
Telephone 188.
•       FOR MILITIA MEN
u. H. NELSON, Editor.
Office:    12$    Third    Avenue    Fast,  How
near McBride Street. Tele-phone 138;
Postoflicc-  Hum 607.
CHKHKhO 400004000 04440 a04O084040404OO040a40&a040440]00.«4
I  Product No.
Contains about 2%  lbs.
C ANA DUNS   WHO  SUFFER
I'HHOl'GH   WAR   WILL   RECEIVE All).
DAILY   EDITION. ■	
Published    .-very   morning    except
Monday.  Delivered by carrier in thai
city at tbe following rate, if paid  In Proposed   Rates    Tabled    at    Ottawa
advance:— .,      „,      ,.  ,     ,
by    Sic    Hubert
One  Year    $5.00     I   . ...
Six   Months    i-2.:,C     j   • li,•'' '•
Three   Months    $1.26
If    not    paid    in    advance lnti|(, House of Commons Sir Rob-
i ' i-   Mouth SO.oO
'-. 11KKI.V   F.D1TION.
Published   .very   Fri.lav   for   circu 	
lation   Sutsidi    the   City   of   Prince ■'■    ":i ' led upon
Ruperl   ii -■'-' 00 a year, addrea ed lo II:
points In Canada :  or $3.00 a 'ear to
a'!     "in':-   In  ilie'i'iiiie.l    Kin le explal
the   United   Stales  or othei    foi       i        I  the Govern        - ov . r  fo
countr ,
Atlii-i Using   Kan's   Upon    application
"s     of   ti,(.    Wstr    Mftotiires     Ac!
'ii   Boi tl. ii   tabled   :'"   the  consideration of the Hon seal,   ol
 ^^Hie   pensions	
I passed    ,:
SPLENDID FOR  PLUMBERS
The sale of Product Xo. 99 is strictly
confined to the high-class supply
houses. Its cost of manufacture Is
therefore not affected by Dept. or
"price cutting store" influence tjiat
-u often drives manufacturers to the
use of inferior chemicals aud processes. Nor is the dealer allowed to
reduce the retail price under penalty
of    having    his   supply    terminated.
A POWERFUL SOLVENT FOR
CLOGGED UP DRAIN PIPES
"00" destroys accumulations if lint,   paper,   cloths,   hair,   slime,
grease,  vegetables,  soup,  frail anil  many others,   li  is harmless to
lines plumbing.
DON'T ARGUE DON'T   PUT   Ol ' TEST    1!
This lyrcj'.i ation I - en   o      nei ssful   in   cli
drains, thai  it. i    boughl  ovei    nd  over nghin  by   those    who   hai
tried it, but Inasmuch as no mi   can  know Btual condition ex-
Istiftg ni    :n ..  i i    ,11  Is   ibse-ei}  ■  .." ilblt  tor the maiiufactur-
er or the dealer to guarantee tfce result.
Kit     I •    1    .   kUK    O*
»**JaUltgB
Victoria and Seattle
i iy,   \pi-il   I,
COM i SlOX     WORSE
CONFOUNDED.
In Vancouver the attempt has
b.-. ii made to effeel fusions on the
part of the various leaders of the
Liberal party. The fusion seems to
have ended in confusion, and in ..infusion worse confounded. Joseph
Martin has come to British Columbia, he claims, with the sanction of
Sir Wilfrid Laurier to act as the hitter's representative. The most of the
Liberal leaders in British Columbia!
in turn deny Mr. Martin. Mr. Martin wants the Liberals to fuse with
any Conservatives that object to the
Government. The other leaders like
Ralph Smith want a fusion of the
Liberals and the Socialists and Labor party. The Socialists in British
Columbia have never had any strong
liking for the Liberals. When the
Liberals had a fairly strong opposition in the Legislature' that party
manifested a disposilion to attack
the Socialists even stronger than
they attacked tbe Conservatives.
The Socialist and Labor party that
sin in the House ai that time cannot help remembering the bitterness
of the attacks made by the Liberals
against them. Now when they desire to gain power al any cost there
are those in the Liberal pany that
wish io fuse with the Socialists. On
the other hand, the Conservative
party has all along acted fairly wiih
the Socialists at  all  limes.
ATTACKS  ON   BOWSER.
li is difficult to classify the partisan :n tacks made upon the Al toi n- s -
General,   bis    assailants    differ    so
v, i.l.-l long      . - . iseli es.    For  ex-
la ep ■ Martin and the Sun
- ..-ally vehement in their abuse,
Inn they lind fa ill with each
as in ui"' hods an I details, saj
News- "advertiser. Mr. Martin does
n.u agree with Mr. Bowser's othei
iii'les in respeel to Pis responsibility
for the Dominion Trust Company,
inn he has a copyright ground' ol
attack of bis own, Hum.' political orators   vehemently    declare   thai    an
itti   ne; general  should   nol    bi	
i directly or Indirectly   In  priv-
ctlce,    ii   ■ -   : iber   ol
irl Ing I.i w firm,   Mr,  Mai tin could
ii"'   '■"     -         ., ;,- i h
loes   thai   In i bei n    Ai
nu in j i lenei :il.  , i      I
■    nn of tin ich   othei
mini:  i hi     \.    Macdon
ald,   i Sir     \.     \- lei
worth, sir ciiai-i-. Pitzpal i li k, Sir
C " les lliiiiieri Tupper, Sii Lo
H.mill, Mr. Parent, sir John Thompson, George E, King, A. G. Blair,
William Pugsley, Lord Alverstone,
l."id Russell, Sir If..Pert l-'inlay,
and Lord I lalslnii-y. Their only common ground Is thai the '.ttorney-
fieneral of Hriii h Columbia is
wrong, and ought to be defeated
if possible.
 Bssion, I
liiii    tin .uncil     ; ro
In of  pension
'. n be granted militia men wounded or disabled on active service,
during drill or training, or on othei
militarj duty, provided the disability was not due to his own fault or
negligence.
Pension  Scale.
Rank     and     file—First      degree,
$264;   second   degree,    $192;    third
degree, $132;  fourth degree, $75.
Sergeant—First degree. $330; second degree, $252; thlVd degree,
$168;  fourth  degree,  $100,
Squad, battery or company sergeant-major or quartermaster—First
degree, $372; second degree, $282;
third degree, $186; fourth degree,
$108. The foregoing also apply to
color sergeants and staff sergeants.
Regiment sergeant-major and
master gunner, not W. J. O. and regimental quartermaster sergeant —
First degree, $'132; second .degree,
$324; third degree, $216; fourth
degree, $132.
Warranl officers—First degree,
$420; second degree, $3110: third
degree, $240;  fourth degree, $144.
Lieutenant—First degree, $380;
second degree, $360; third degree,
$2Hi;   fourth  degree,   $1 14.
Captain — First degree, $720; sec-
ond degree, $,r.4U; thirtlf degree,
$360;   fourth  degree,  $216.
Major—First degree, $060; second degree. $720; third degree,
$480;   fourth  degree,  $288.
Lieut.-Col.— First degree, $1,200;
second degree. $900; third degree.
$6110;   fourth  degree,  $360.
Colonel- First degree, $1,4-10;
second degree, $1,080; (bird degree,  $720;   fourth  degree,  $456.
Brigadier-General First    de
gree,   $2,100;    set-'inii    degree; , $1,-
620;   third   degree,    $1,050;    fourth jaws
degree, $636.
' Continued from  Page Three,)
CHEM*
PRODUCTS CO., MEW YORK I
■'Ol; SALE  BY □
Y HANSO
S.S.  Prince George every  Friday at s> a.m.
S.S. Prince John at " p.m. on Sunday, .April 11, 2~>, elc.
For Massett and Porl Clements S.S. Prime John 10 p.m.  Saturday,
April  IS,   17,  etc.
For Skidegate, Lockeport, etc., S.S. Prince .lohn  II   p.m.   Sunday,
April   I,   IS, etc.
Foi' Stewart and Nan's River S.S. Prince John !>   a.m.   Wednesday,
April   7,   21,   etc.
For Anyox  (Granby  Hay) .S.s. Prince George midnight every Wednesday.
G.T.P.   L'AILIVAV  SCHEDI    B
Trains leave Prince Ruperl for Prince George, Edmonton, Melville,
Winnipeg, etc, at IO a.m., Wednesdays and S luitbiys, i in-
necting  with  trains   for  St. Paul. Chicago anil .ill   i   lots   enst.
Trains  arrive  fron.  ihe east  un  Thursdays and Sundays ut (1.30 p.in,
THE    RELIABLE    PLUMBER X
I Ol;    THE    BEST   IN   PL CUBING    AM)    HEATING    PHONE    IM   |
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Coai, Cement,, Plaster and Bride
AND A COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDERS' SUPPLIES
WESTHOLME LUMBER CO.; LTD. |
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First Avenue       Prince Rupert       Telephone 186   §
G.T.  RAILWAY SVSTK.M
The  Double-truck    liouto
Frein Chicago to Toronto, Hamilton,   Buffalo,
, tc.
i.   For reservations, tickets and lull  information  regarding   travel  to
any part of (be world apply to the Cil*. Ticket   Oilice, Third
I Avenue;  Agency nil Atlantic Stonipsliip Line.".
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Pacific Railway
PRINCESS MAQUINNA,
FOR ALASKAN PORTS, THURSDAY, APRIL 1
PRINCESS MAY
SOUTHBOUND, 8 P.M. SUNDAY
J. 01   McNAB, Generul Agent,corner Third Ave.   and- Fourth   St.
,K*t>&>Wl-a&aSttW"H»tta^^
Thompson Hardware Co., Limited
L
Rifles and Shot Guns
Ammunition
Camping Supplies
HO.Mi  llll. I'.O.  DRAWER 1045 331) SECOND All.
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SHINGLES, MOULDINGS, SASK, DOORS
Prince Rupert Lumber Co.
FIRST AVE. AM) McRRIDE ST. PRINCE Rl'PEKI
Phone 25 Branch Yard al Smithers, B.C.
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* THE UNION STEAMSHIP CO. OF B.C. LTD'
S.S. VENTURE
Southbound Tuesdays at 8 p.m.
Sailings for Granby, Simpson and the Naas
Sundays at Midnight
_,      For further particulars apply to
JOHN   BARNSLEY,  AGENT        ::        081 Second Ave., Phone 5118
Agency   Atlantic    Steamships.
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I Royal Bank of Canada
IIIIAD    OFFICE:   MONTREAL
Capital    	
Reserved   Fund. . .
Total   .Assets   . . ..
ESTABLISHED
.$ II ,5(10,000
.* 112,500,0(10
.1(1185,000,000
PROGRAMME
OF PASSION MUSIC
coon
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FRIDAY",    APRIL v
At 8 o'clock, in the
METHODIST   CHURCH
PART 1
"The Crucifixion"
A  Meditation on  ,;"- Sacred  Passioi
of the   Holy   ll. deeiner;   by   sir .1
Stainer.
Qiiartetti        "God    So    Loved    th.
World"       	
ll rs. J, L. iris, Miss l..    i.   Tallandei
He  ii  . C   D, Jones and A. L. Ilarrii-
Soloist!    '!' nor,  Mr. C.  D, Jones
Bass, Mr. Meth  Davies
PART   11
Organ Solo"   N'octurne Op. 9, No. 2"
. . ■    Chopin
Mr. .1. S, Eason
Si)lii-"Oiit of the Deep" L ,M, Gene!
Mrs.  .1.   Lewis
Chorus    "Behold the Lamb of God"
    Handel
Solo    "lie Was  Despised"   . .Hnndo
Mrs, J. Scott
Solo—"There Is ;i Green Hill" 	
    Gounod
Mr, J. E. Davey
Chorus    "I   \i"  Alpha  and   Omega"
    Stainer
Conductoi—I-I. V.  Ling-
(yl-- a;     |3nqon
ADMISSION -       38c.
Savings Hunk Department—$1 will open an account
Branches   Throughout   Canada and Banking Connections With  Ml
• Parts of the United States. Agents Throughout the World
S ••  *'n*S0N- tt-W*        * • PHnee    Rupe.!    Branch
CLEAN UP AND PAINT UP'NOW
O-CEDAR     MOPS, O-CHDAR  .MOT  POLISH
ALABASTINE   SANITARY  WALL  COATING
WATER HOSE, GARDEN TOOLS,  WATERING  CANS
MARTIN-8BN0UR  10(1   PER  ('.   NIT.  PURE  PAINT
PAINT   BRUSHES,  LAWN   MpWBJRS AND GRASS SHEAR.;
CARPET    BBATBRS,  GARBAGE  PAILS
WINDOW   SCREENS, SCREEN D&ORS
_.VT THE—
I KAIEN HARDWARE CO,,608ThirdA,
Di3«n«wcioao
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Prince Rupert Transfer Co.
—FOR-
Coal, Furniture Moving, Baggage
and Heavy Teaming
W. J.  CRAWFORD, Manager
PHONE 566 0fflce aud """•■«•:
1009 THIRD AVE
The Morning Journal
50 cents per ¥lonth S
Designation of Degrees.
Tbe lirst degree shall  be   a,-, lii
able to those who are rendered to
PRINCE
mMllWatlflal   i a ■—aaawntaafilll     an  ' —"""X^aXTl^JiT'laaWI
sl  and second  degree of pen- and  regimental  qi
rupert  jolt-;:; .1
Thursday, April  1, Iflli
irter-master sers - tni:ys?(
icreaped by eant.
il,   ,...   | „|   Widows. Warrant  officer,  $32 a uionth   for tinned
ly incapable of earning a living   as ..,.'■:. ., rates a
a  result  of wounds  or  Injuries   re-a :married  officer,   warranl
ceived or illness contracted in action   -.,-■ <       ,,
or in the presence of tbe enemy.       linea  aeital d  ina.l   di ■
Tlie second degree shall be applic-ihallf  the  rate  provided
able to those  who are  rendered   in-    res i nsion   acl   foi
and
cl il.l.
Lieutenant,    $3
widow   and   J6 a
11 i.
a   montli    for   each ■
Rem
itops  I
■ usi m i'-\-„   na   L nd
p ! 11 e en C
CE NOT] -.-   b. .
o    Prince   Rui ert,    B.C.,
'-■ ids to
KRHLMMI    mi
Engines   In- nil, .'   nnd    Be
Repi ■  -
a     month    for
month    for   each
pension to a widow or mission to pr Oxy-Acetylene  Plant
 Itrol mm   iv r the ft lescrlbod
on      .-  W*. Phone Red  158
'" ■  tain,  ■■ ■!"   '  mouth  for   widow
ed  mother shall  ceas. n
uariiage,  but ■ .       ,
for a gratuity oi en- corne     ,  :      : 137, thence nor
Ij.jjsla-nd:  Ci
In    Ci
T lirt
c)    in ,. ,.- ■■;.-,-!    , ,.
cu|.nil!.' of earning a livelihood a lie fill   rs e fo liildi '   '■ '   ''"' each clllld
li
llmil  tion     -     i,  li       the   ag.     ol     '   '  month  for eat* v'''m
result of Injuries received or Illness an offl    r ol  bis i in li ,j' ''■   '"''  ' montn for widow and  l](, ,..li(1 IM]     ,     n (      . (])  ^
l      men
Contractor and Builder
>       i ■       nontli  tor - u '■ child.
contracted  on  actl ■   service, during limitation     espectlng    the   ag.
drill or training or on other   di   : ' :    -i.   after the death  of M     i
or are rendered   materially   Incapi fleer the widow  may  tin
lilf ;i- ii resull • f wounds oi  Injm rull   rn e nov     rovide
received or llln.                  ted ii Idrei    Tl      rirlo
Him or in I       iresem         I 11                I sold!
bird degree       11. 1      iiplica rai                   Ion    I     alf thi
able ie tlios          i fixed for ., «Idow, provld
terii lly  Inci   able o     arnlng n liv.    dier I      I.    uippoi
liliii.nl -i i .-  re   ill               les recei led    In the event, ol    I
fi!   te-  lllne a   ci           ed   ii ' '• ■   •                            li'aw
Bel   I. ■   during  drill   p    I rainln i   . -
otli.r duty  or  ri nd. I                    nal] nn
.1, -   ee   Incapable    as    e    resull    of Idov -          -chili     ri  of                  .
wounds or  injur!                 I  01    111- : a -    I! id  from  Injuriei   -.-••■ ive.l .
ness contracted  in action, or  In  the line       oi    .-     '   ";    active'
presence of the enemy.                    , durln                   ...                 .,.    .
The fourth degree shall be    ..,.i:, mililai.v duly al tbe following rates,       .   . . ,   0hiidren   shall   tafce   effeel
able in those who ar     end. 'ed  In a '"   ,i"1 the soldier's death was nol  ,-.,,.      .,.    ,]„,-    following    that    on
small  way Incapable   of   earning   a !|,H' ln llis "»«  Eaul<  or negligence:   - ..     ,-.., (i,,. ,i, „,- tna iu1Sband  etc. 1
sion immediately aftei
io .ii.    80    . bains,   tl enc
'Neither  gratul s   i        nsion     mil stains,   to   in- nl
tti»ln■■ ':'" Estimates    :.    .  on  nil   .!..-, i ol
la29 lOMBO.      ,v01.k,  ivhether small  oi   large,   Per.
Colonel,   160  a   month  for  -widoi    . ,.,    „ :" 3rd. 1914. sonal  attention  given
boy,  or yi of I
[it   11    '-I.i.   Ill . .,,'■., ... ;   ;      .
>■'■'     r   ' '•■  5.100    i   monlb  p] |    . „d     ,     , .      (   ,. n     .      .     .
'"    ■'"    '     ,th    [or -Vi,  I,   Incap -    - | . , ionibo,
' " ' '    ! ! libood,   In      id ,,,!,,'' - ; i ■
P    .Intend
Widowed Mothers.
la) A    widoi mothei ■   on. ,'      ■ ' """"-'h
i -!,. on  •  ■   '
■    -..'    I       toll    support    and  pension will be ir or. Island: Co
i  :.:       .  ,,.,  be eligible for pen n - "! :'
, :  - ue aorth-i ir of 1 .ol   24.1 -.
nd       ivldi e lldren       :-,.,' ,r the tl       i is, then
'      ' o the sam.    conditions regulntioi '   r" •     " th  80   chali
-• Ins, to    oin
1 'ill  be   sufflci-li  ug 840
to every  Item.
PHOl  E        i
i I RICK   PETERS,   K.C,
Barrlstel iry I ublli
i   IN    I    i
'ter se!  forth,
fi.    n tl
nn   In   the case of   orphans   the entIy  considered,   by
hi ivn   ■ ho -    ni .-  b •  doi bled  ln   "    ' "      ;
the
more or less
j.;-'ii
i'K'l Efi   PIOMBi
DR. GILROY, DENTIST
c   ■
i i  -      ., li        .I,!  !.. legally,  ap
r lian ns! ins  t.   ■ Id-
monthlj   in  advan i
Date located, Dec mber 4th, 19 I 1.1
•   " IVorl
-.Ity
itrlct—Di
Ollit
of
:e:   Sn.iih    Utock,    Third    Avoi ne
MEMIJKli Ol-'  PARLTAME    :
Death   Rati
occurred, and  a  gratuity   equivalent]
livelihood as a result of injuries received, or illness contracted on ac- Rank and file 922 a month for a.1 to two months pension shall be paid
five service, during drill or training widow and $5 a month [in ea : the Hrsl in.hum in addition to the
or other duties.  When   the injury is child. elision.
greal enough to require the con- Sergeant, :'."■: a month for widow The pension of a widow, n widow-
stant services of an  attendant, suchland $5 a month for each child. ed mother or child may he withheld
as the loss of blood, legs or arms, Squadron, battery, or company or discontinued should such widow,
the loss of sighl of both eyes, orlsergeanl major, 530 a month for etc., be, or subsequently proved un-
whore the use of both lews or both!widow aud $5 a month for each worthy of it, or should she be or ne-
arnis   has   been    permanently    lost, child.  The  same  for  master  gunner' come wealthy.   The decision  of   the
Story ul'
and Pitifnl Plighl
I'liDse  Iii.
'
[il
For the House
i
Delivered to your kitchen
door, like groceries
i ■-•
w ;:- ■  '
175,000,000 Bottles Yearly
Thut was the demand for Budweiser lust
yew.
The Anheus«r-I-i.sch Plant covers loday
more than 142 acre* -equal to 70 cily
blocks. It gives steady employment to
6,0(10 people, nnd to 1,500 more In its
branches".
Every process, ovei   t   im ...».    iluie.
Every bottl ■ Is Pasl surlzed ..tl Inspi ci -...
Thi; 30 years
ae;o, is n model ol n ties.
Th* In !•
every day know ....
could I..: nia.l, any bettor tl on Bi ■■'.' iser.
.aAattheiiser-Buschf St. Louis
The Largest Plant of Its Kind
in the World
=5=3 fi,
* flint Lr'ltKi.-—■—*—•—'XT"..
•*-D*ij-'"trir-..'-
l        "'.%aa^t^* *Si ^,'*5':?!'.,'■.-•'   '.s.^/,'-'-"-:-- •''
W__]&1^',   ■:■' ■■■•■;. "-''•:■ ■' ■'■'    ■■-
Some of tha Principal
Buildin, -,
,-!' -  -    " ~\
■ ' . ,       '   ; ■: „• ii I •
..,..',   jit,iii-|-
Queen  Charlotte  islands.
TAKE NOTICE that  Voter Piombo,
t-AUTHOR OP WAR ROOK[of   Prince  Rupert,    B.C.,   occupation
  Prospector, intaads to apply for permission to prospeel  for conl and pe-
ISelginns'   Gallant  Struggle troleum over the following described,,
| hinds on the  West Coast ot Crahnni'709
Island:  Commenci ug at a    e.-i  plant-
intwei erl nv"e miit'K east anil one mile nurtii
of the north-east corner of Lot 24?,.'i
tlience north SO cliains, tlience west
SO chains, thence south 80 chains,
thenee eaBt SO chains, to poinl of
commencement, containing 040 acres
more or less.
ja29 PETER   PIOMBO.
Date located, Ith December, 1914.
A. FAULDS, M.I. M.E.
Consnltirg Mining Engineer
Emimlnations   and    development    ol"
Coal, Metal, Oil, Mic.
Vancouver, B.C.
LAND ACT.
Massage,   Manicuring,   Scalp   Treatment,  Electric Treatments,  Bite.
Mrs.   N. 1. Handasyde, Prop.
211 Third St PRINCE lilPKRl
Skeena    Laud    District—District    o
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE   NOTICE   that   I,   D.    Hogg
of Queen Charlotte City, occupation
Farmer,  intend  to apply  for permls
>iou  to  purchase  the  following   .1"
scriked lands:  Commencing at a pos
planted     at    the    south-west     cor
er  of  Gooden    Island    in    Bearskin
Bay, thence easterly tlience norther
ly,  thence   westerly,   thenc    souther
y,  following shore line  to  point   of
omincncenient. containing five ai res
nore or less.
DANIEL   HOGG.
Dated 6th  February,  1915.        flJ
P.O. Boi  1714 Telephone 44S
RITCHIE,   AGNEW   &   CO.
Civil Engineers and Surveyors
Prince  Rupert,   B.C.
Waterworks, Water Power, Wharf
""onstructiou, Reports, Plans, Domin-
on and Provincial Land Surveying,
.""lectrie Blue Printing, Negatives and
White  X'rints
Skeena
Form   1 1.
Form of Notice.
Land    District— District    oi
Const   Range  5.
TAKE      NOTH E Edward
Chesley, Prospector, of Shames, in
tends to apply for permission to
ei.se  the  follow Ing   !-1 cribed   land:
b a post  plan ■ I  i
iii.i'; r ol        ul! o{  Mile  Pos
83 ol G.T.R. from  Prince Rupert o
orili     boundary rail]	
i ii- "   ni   -.-.,.      ■ nd    aboul
nile i astorly  from
ilv Win.   Bison's,    them •    north    1"
liains, thence w. aalns, thei
■
chains to the pi   n
.-.:■' ...-,. n
: ' , ,-"-•' BY,
Dated 14   1915
Pb .ne Blue 183 Res.  Phone 39J
UP-TO-DATE
UNOSAr S GMTAGE & STORAGL
C-.  T.   P.   CARTA .IB  AGEiVTS
331    SECOND    AVENUE
JINGLE POT COAL
Is handled  by  us. All  orders receive
prompt attention   Phone No. 68.
Phone   03.
IM'.   Box   38.
Mr. .1. 11. Whitehotise, .M.I', for
Mid-Lanark, is the author of "Ilel-
gium in War" (Cambridge University Press), in (he course of what he
has seen with his own eyes.
Mr. Lloyd George has written a
preface, In which he expresses his
thanks for p. clear expression of the
truth ns seen by an English member of parliament, who tells nothing
excepl what has actually come under
bis personal nm ice.
The member for Mid-Lanark
states that "the tragedy of Belgium,
with the infinite suffering involved
for sotne millions of non-combatants, has nol been realized by the
world." He adds that Antwerp seems
to lure been very little disturbed
until the end of the sli -.<■; and, indeed, the great towns of Belgium
have been carefully protected by tbe
German invaders. The liftii? towns
like .Mil liiit-s and Louvain, with their
Jewel-like architecture, aud the
farms of prosperous tenants have
been considered n^ nothing. 1
had no seeming wealth, so they were
destroyed.
Unexampled  Misery.
"Conditions of unexami led mli -
ery have been sel up for the i li llian
population throughoul the occupied
territory.   U'iftil  thc  fall  of Antwerp
. oill|.:>l;.iii . |j '     -.I,     ;,    |, v,      ,-,-.;,     , .
had reached Ens nnd. The others rein. In id   wand i Ing   aboul
Boi king Into ol her towns.
when   a  town    -   i ombarded.  the
inns     ne oul of ll an
the   ■ i. ill in     - - .
homes, onl -  to Bee ng tin  « hi
attacks came."
History Cannot Offer Parallel.
DllOM'ing   -'le   two      i
l. Igl  in ■      . . ' llice:     i'ii a I
An' --■■' rp cnthedral      1	
.      i      of
wi.ei.-n, nearly all ol  ihem
eclllei,
', • i .    . i! i
indlj :  "A fi later i
..li'  and  yi eai in•    In
i rimltl' i   !■ ndli     all   tin
Id go.        -        - ■ >ii   pro
Ion   from  the cily of
population    H carcely of
fer :i parallel to a sped :- .. charged with human Buffering, Five hundred thousand i eacefiil Inhabitants |
homeless and helpless, fled from th    *™>**»**<»>^^
Pacific Cartage Limited
General   Teaming
Furnll ure  Moi In \   u  Sj eolalty.
When .■       b      COA1   buy the BE
:    ■■ - i  nmox
I Nut.
The Queen Charlctte
; ) Fields linnted
Cilice will open in.lay iu  Lniv-Rutlcr
Building for salt- ol a limited
niiiiiuiK    il   Trensury  Stock
UK. >.  l.    MACDOXALD,   Sec.-Tn
111-:   HIGH   ( (.SI   (•<■    !.IV ING   !.|.'-
II! (Ill) BY BUlTNO  YiHII
ii'ti   Qualitj    Domestic   Lump '('....I
Sl).."tii Per '!'•"»
Besl  Quality  Wiiftln d    N'ui  ( n il
ss.7.1 Pel   !'"ii
DBLIVERED
—THE—
Union   Transfer  Co,
I'lhM,' Iliifit-ii, B.C.,  Pie.in   ■:
~9
HAYNER B]
Pioneer  Funeral  Directors niul
Enibnliiiers      Open    Day    and
Might     Ladles'    Assim ml     in
attendance,
PHONE S6,    71ii THIRD AVE
I ..  ■
Prince Rupert Journal
per Month
hanks of ihe Scheldt  amidst   flashes |
Of lire."
A.  E    Kuan, rrecident.
J. S. Pearoe, Manager
ll'lillllWllii:1!
PRINCE RUPERT IMP. CO.
Distributors PRINCE RUPERT, B. C.
Mnirli Utilise li'arnlitbiBc Bargains—Sale Price on Print Llnole
mi'.   IB rents   t.» IIkijo  ll. Ttia"'-..
Sive lldllaiK ut Ooortti 1). Tile'a
(furniture  Sale -everything  rortucil
ii-.'..'.--.   fi . (is,   Curtains,    Pi
I p.
11   Tite's,
TBE PKDICE RUPERT SASH
AND D0«R COMPANY LTD.
MANV^MTVnWtS
!M.)Oi;s.   SASH.   MANTLBS,   .>»WI.O»K«S.     SCROLL    AaVI      il.1 •
SAWmjO, AWD   V*..  KIM;-   9Q  FKHmmmOU,     iaTOnE    -t \
1>MK   l-TWI    ill -i
.   !        .  . -.1  OfT'irc: -- - "   - ,- ii
CHUlWHXJWf- Thursday, April 1, 1911
PRIUCE    RUPERT    JOURNAL
GRANITE
JRANITE  of  best  quality  antl  thoroughly tested  for sale
Cut Stone or Crushed  Rock   in
Quantities
TOIL 3. McLEOD      Phone Green 217
OCEAN FISH CO.
*'re»li  Iish Arriving  Every  Day
•/jtslde Oiders Promptly Attended To:
PHONE IILt'li
PHONE 554
P.O. BOX 60
FOR
P.\PERHANGING
AINTING
OLISHING AND
WALL TINTING
HIOH-GRADE    INTERIOR
DECORATING    A    SPECOK.TY
Martin Swarcson
second we mear-mcbiudh
aHKKKHKtEO ■04044444444r
CANADIAN ST.EAM I
LAUNDRY
NOW  OPEN FOR  BUSINESS
ip.niesi nntl Approved Methods
1'Oiily  Skilled   Operators   Employed
Phone us and ive will cull for a
(rial   bundle
Note   our   address:
515    SIXTH    AVENUE    WEST
Phone No. 8
Canadian Steam  Laundry
SblMKHMHSBHS ajr>&aW^-aKl*tKI-l>a«KHi
WILL LOOK INTO
INSURANCE RATES
A.  W.   ROSS   AND  E. .1.   ORR   OI'
UNDERWRITERS'  ASSOCIATION ix cm*.
Lust   Ollicial   X'isil   ..I   Renresentafive
lielore   Retiring   Prom
Oilice.
A. W. Ross, the secretary of 'he
'.'iiinli nd Undi rwriters' Associati. n
.,i Van. ■'■" '. ■ : ese jui I sdiction extend ■ to here, is In the city. I le
paying probably his last official visit
to this place, having resinned his
the poBltion of general
ritlsh Columbia, Alberta
and the Vukon of the Commercial
Union Assurance Company of London, tl - Con lercial Union Insurance Company of N< • S oris. and
the Palatine insurance Company of
London,
lie Is accompanied by E. J. Orr
of the Vancouver offlce. Mr. Ross
will make a general survey of the
insurance situation here, leaving
Mr. Orr to go into the details.
Mr. Ross is well known on the
coasl and has many friends here. He
nol ices a very greal change in Prince
Ruperl since his lasl visit four years
ago. Prom an insurance standpoint
he points to the facl that the solid
[building up of the blocks in Ihe business centre with frame structures
renders the risk great.
Representations are being made
to him during his visit againsl the
liish rales charged hero.
IPATRIOTIC SERVICE
IIOXK  I1V  WOMEN
(Continued from Page One.)
supplementary supplies for "well"
men in camp. As the Government
fully equips every man accepted for
service with his uniform, 2 suits of
warm underclothing, 2 pairs of
socks, 2 flannel shins, Balaclava
cap, sweater coat, gloves, cholera
belt and housewife, there Is no need
to give the men large quantities of
supplies. Acceptable gifts are khaki
handkerchiefs, 24 x 21 inches; wristlets, either with full-length thumb
or only a bole for thumb! mufflers,
1 _' inches wide, 2':., to 3 yards long;
and an extra pair of socks: also
chocolate,    candy,    tobacco    iu    all I
t'ini-;
IXHKHMKHW«KKH*<1*«^^
Get On Voters' List
At Once
Mil   LISTS   FOR   THE \I..\T   REVISION   CLOSE  OX
APRIL 5
IF   VoIP.   NAME IS NOT XV.7 ON   Till: LIST   AND   Vol    ARE
QUALIFIER    I'll   VOTE   DO   NOT    DELAY   GETTING   ON    LIST
forms,   foot    powder,    bora.-it-
menl  for sore feel.   A constanl sup
ply of newspapers,  magazines,   and
above all,  of  home  loiters   sent   di-1<H»MttaMl4(MIIMaWm
rect by post to individual   officers or! «	
NOTICE is hereby given that on
the 28rd day of March next aoplica
tion will be made to the Supertt.
teudeut of Provincial Police aad t»
tlie Board of License Commissioners for the City of Prince mmart for
permission to remove the license for
the sale of liquor by wholesale from
the premises known as Lots 16 and
IC, Block 32, Section 1, situate i-t
Urazer Street in the City of Prince
Rupert, to the lands desooihed as
Lots 19 and 20, Block 23, Section 1,
on Third Avenue in the said City ot
Prince Rupert.
DATED  this  20th   day  of   Febru
ary, 191-6,
PRINCE   RUPERT  IMPORTING CO.
LIMITED.
W. II. Marshall, Manager
(Blmar22 Applicant.
men, is always in demand. The Com- HARRY SHEARER IS
I
Capt. J. McGee
M.M.S.A.
Masters antl .Mates prepared
I'or  examination.   Compass  nd-
K
jtister.
Phone Red 502 2
"NAUTICAL   ACADEMY"      4
Helgerson  Block, opposite      3
Royal  Hotel
aKKHia 0-l>0«O#13fta>ft5O«l>0-O*9-a>a
LIBERAL TICKET
FOR    VANCOUVER
(Continued  rrom  Page  One.)
party itself in Vancouver stands
divided into cliques and swings in
a. state  of confusion.
The ticket named includes J. s.
Colwper, formerly a resident "t
Prince Rupert, where he edited the
N'ews for a lime. Ile will he remembered for his wonderful exploits at
tiie lasl provincial election here,
when he stumped the riding for the
Liberals, with tbe only n sull
weal
mince  does  not   undertake   to    forward any books or papers.
I low are Field -Comforts lo ne
sent to the men in camp in .Canada?
1. The best possible way is for
the ladies of each locality lo sec thai
| the men volunteering' from their
neighborhood have these supplies before they go into camp, or to send
them direct to individuals in camp
I by parcel post unless there is some
! local society undertaking this work.
The parcel post rale i.- according
to distance. The maximum weight
allowed is eleven pounds, and maximum size is six feel of combined
length and girth.
2. For the troops who have left
Canada.- -Again, the safr-si and
quickest way to send supplies to individuals is by parcel post.
Maximum weight, eleven pounds.
Rate, twelve cents per pound. Maximum measurement, six feci, girth
and length combined.
But the National Service Committee is of opinion i inn there
should be a genera] stock of such
Field Comforts I'or the Canadian
Contingents to which women of
Canada  can  sent!   forward  contribu-
R.4CK  PROM  THK  FAST
He Took Occasion   to Advertise the
Fisheries of Prince Ruperl on
His Trip.
Harry Shearer, formerly manager
lof the Hayspoii fishing concern, lias
returned from a trip lo the east
accompanied by Mrs. Shearer. He
will take up his residence in Trince
Rupert. He is not in a position jusl
yet to reveal bis plans for the future.
During his trip he visited London
I Out., Toronto, Montreal, Chicago,
New York, Boston, and many other
centres. He look occasion at every
opportunity to set forth the importance of tbe fishing industry of the
Pacific and the position Prince Rupert occupied in that trade.
 . o	
JOHN BRVDEN DIED
IX VICTORIA  LAST WEEK
SYNOPSIS      OF      COAL      .MINING
REGULATIONS.
Ceal mining rights of the Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and
A-l-kanta, the Yukon Territory, the
Northwest Territories and a portion
of the Province of British Columbia,
may be Teased for a term of twenty-one years at an annual rental of
fit per acre. Not more than 2,560
aones will be leased to one applicant.
Applications  for  a   lease must  be^Department of Line's
made, hy the applicant in person to
tke  Agent or  Sub-Agent of the  dis-
tHiet in which the rights applied for
are situated.
in wifv^ed/ territory the land
mst 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.
Former Manager of   Coul   Mines ai
Wellington    Passed   Away   in
Eighty-fourth Year.
Last Saturday  morning the dealh
tions in order that  no hian  may be-1
that|left out.  For this purpose ihey have!occurred at his residence in Victoria
seemed    to    weaken    the    party j arranged  io  send    forward    frei
everywhere   he   spoke.    Ills   famousIcharge by freight any such contrlbn
Haali application must he accompanied by a fee of $5, which will he
refunded If the rights applied for
a«e not available, but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the
merchantable output of the mine at
the rate »f five cents per ton.
"Blie person operating the mine
aHali furnish the -\gent with sworn
returns accounting for the full
q-anntaity of merchantable coal mined
aij>rl pay the royalty thereon. If the'
coaJ mining rights are not being op-
er.-rtod, such returns should be fur
nished at least once a year.
The lease will include the coal
mining rights only; but the lessee
may hie permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
For Rent
of of .lohn  Bryden,  who is well  known]considered   necessary  for  the    work-
,, , ,,...,   ,-, ,       I ing of the mine at the rate of   $10
to many residents of British Coluin- ,,er aore
clot I     For   full
4400000440400 4a04rj4a000440  ' !'f<   through    the   Queen    Charlotes lions    cither    from    local   Patriotic j bia. The cause of death was
S which   was  so  graphically   described  Leagues  and    Societies"    engaged    inj"r 'dood on "'" brain. Some months
g by  himself stands oul  In  history on this  work,  or  from    individuals,   as'ako Mr. Bryden was very ill, but lie
5|a par with the ride of .lohn Gilpin,    may  he sent, addressed  ; , tin    Sec- ''ad seemed  very well lately and his
Rev.  Dr.  MncKay, of Westminster retary,   either  'al    the   Head   Office, <leiltl1 lilni<-- ver>' suddenly.
0
REASONABLE    RATES
.
THK
Continental Trust
Company
00 40 ue-oiaoo-a >vcnj4xa 044444
Hall,  was urged  lo 1.. .-nine a  candi-iToronto, or al No.  1  Campbell  Road
The Horning Journal
SOc. per montSi
NOTICE.
The Canadian  Patriotic Fund.
Will those who need assistance
from N>e above fund, resident in the
city or i'i uicl and whose bread-
; nini'   ' ii      i i   lire lervice with  the
r
kin
11
I     ion.
if
ire  or    lei    VH •   .
isdt'elari    Of    the
".   ('ULLISO*,
P.O. Box 73f.
pi}Ooot>O0«r,H3i3O(j<i<iO00(3<ia-a0'i
>ERT MARINE Si
SUPPLY CO., Ll
Mr. Bryden was in his eighty-
date, but refused unless there was a Halifax, X. S. Such parcels musl he j fourth year, having been born In
Elision effected between all parties clearly marked "Field Comforts." Scotland. He came to Vancouver Isl-
o    ■   .-.I to the Government. " -     should nol exceed 27 x I •"• x 13 and in 1S63 us manager of lhe Van-
inches,   with    rope    handles,    bound couver  Island   Coal  Company.   Pour
wiih  hoop Iron. jy-ears later he  married   Miss   Bliza-
[tj.B. X'o parcel or case addrcs -'belli Hamilton Dunsmuir and became
eil to any individual or regiment I associated ivi.ii his father-in-law as
will be accepted. For such goods I he j manaser of the mines at Welllng-
senders must make their own ai '"'"■ Nliere he resided for a quarter
rangements, ■ '"'  ■'   century.   Mrs.   Bryden  died   in
All   Field   Comforts    sen:    In    tlie-l1901-    leaving    two    sons   and    one
Secretary   of   tho   National   Service I daughter, who is the wife of   Capt,
Committee   (as  above)   will  be   for   A    '"•  Macdonald  of the Royal   Alt' arded  to En rland  to i1 e rim dl '"'"     !"'   "ervii     ;" England. The
War Con      enl  Association   (('. \\
|C,   '   ■         whicli   Hon, George   Per-
-  In ■   i ligh   Commissioner  foi
c inadi          ■     Ident,  and  I            :
- inldi  nre
■   - -   -     ■   ' -       of  till
'..:••'
UCKHKtO-i.
eased represented Nanaimo dls-
>i-i<-t in tl - -nil and eighth legislative ai  eiiii'li.-s.
Information   application
ajhould be made to the Secretary   of
file  Department  of the  Interior
tawa,   or   to   any    Agent
Agent of Dominion Lands.
Ol
Sub-
W. W. CORY,
Dejiiity Minister o.f thc Interior
%   I
NOTICE   OE   CANCELLATION     OF
RESERVE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the Reserve existing on Detention
Island by reason of a Notice published iu the British Columbia Gazette on
the 30tli of .May. 1912, is hereby can
celled.
R.   A.   RENWIC1*,
Deputy Minister if Lands
Victoria. B.C..
October  19th,  1914.
JAMES GILMORE
ARCHITECT
Second Ave. -Near  McBrlde  St
M
HOTEL DIRECTORY
Members  of  the  Prince  Unpen
Licensed Vintners' Association
WINDSOR    HOTEL
Cor.  ol  ITj'in  Ave. and  Eighth SI
W. H. Wright, Prop.
WA I I III l.i'XI .   IMIIXI '      Rl
i.i  i ,'EERS,   MAI lil VI • \l li    ■
SpccliillHl.t,  in   Marine  Power  lit.ills, Oil
ll,  I     I 'on  i    '.   ,-...-.   f.      lhe  llll i inn .
•the ,    i.i.-i-l.
Ing bunls, m;- mid put.
'      ■ l-i   .e.-.in,     Colli]      II'.' .Hi,l   I
Hint al htive arrnngemenl i are
nded  lo he] i local organization!
and noi tn Intel fere with their work.
This     \ ill
: omforti    for
Ive C mill   ,-ni:-.
I'ho Prcsldi ■ .     ■
been req . tlie
'"". i]  Sen Ice   i lonnnl it e   Informed
-  i he in ed ■ "i      ■   i      tlngeni
-' ■   forts      for       '' - le
mericaii        I    ron), such ni
i and
,    - I. i hould    be       ,     ''.   Mrs.
•at*
•*•*..... .^.:„'a77>:,,,
•> .■■■ h
Royal  Xnvul College of Canada.
a
-.   I
1  .:        ; i : >
eel.   I" i
('i.llllubi.in
Marine   Arc
■] .-il s- -l-'il '-I-   I
repairs,
P.O. BG
ye-OiKm..
i i
'. ood   Pulley's,
,- lint!ciles. Dynamos and
TELEPHONE 313
■■ •- .-   I'lMcoua-ao
1      ii    ■        .:i     tion for the entry of Nai   : ''   '■ ts   v ill b.   I    d al
Ion  centn s of the civil
Sen Ice  Commission   In   May,    191 5
! i: candid ite i .-■   I     ■ ,!
lege mi or aboul   Isl  August.        ,;-
1    rtln,    '■'■.    I I,    Hal tions for will b    recetvi -1   rj
.„, ,.   toi Ins and  rubber '     '   ■ Secretary, CttlJ
'' ■ imisslon,   • ittu --it.,   from
 ild '"'   ■ ' ■   'i;   Wrs - ,- forms can n iw be
lined.
',<'■■ ■ a for thi   examination in
i i.,e li '. - between 'he aces
of fourteen and sfSteen on 11." 1st
July, li" '
i-'uniie   d. tatts . .'ii be obtained on
to fl       ndei  IgueA
G.  .1    DHBBARATS,
■   |.i ty tor nf tl .- >■;,■ ;i|    '!,., . I, ,,
nenl "i  tli" Na1   I St
Ottawa, January 8lh, I91E
■   '• l.lcation   of   thi*
■':  nut or I'Altl for.
mill, cure of D      rtmen    ol   '
Isheri    , Ol   ■ ■   .
',-    Ian      lelief,
cities and
illation      ml  contri-
one;
I i'-. tor Prud-
|     ,,  if th.        .     no 1 .-'lil   Cl
hould    be   i       'ly   ui li
HOTEL  i'ENTIfcAI.
Plrtl  Av«   niul  St'iriitlt  St.
European   it/ul   American   plant
01.00 it, UliJ.aO Pei  I-ai
i'eter  Black.   !'•   .
uu.I
KNOX HOTEL
l''li'Hi     4ve.    Retnvcen    Klghtli
.Vi nib
European  Pins;   \ii\ttt SOc to $i.(k'
Per Dtif
Reaner   A;   Rosner,   Props,
EMPRESS  IIOTIOJ.
al. Y. Rochester V. I). Casley
Third  Ave. iiciwt't'ii sixth and
Seventh   Sl«.
European  Plan:  t50c to   $1   Per  Dur
ROYAL HOI I-I.
t'lti-icy a\   Burgess,, Prop*.
Third   An>.  nnd   Sixth  SI.
European Plan Steam Heated'
2a4O0O00000aa0000000<}0r}004
GUARANTEES
American  Silk
HOSIERY
WE   WANT   VOl'   TO   KNOW
THESE   HOSE
They stood tlie test when all
others failed. They give real
foot comfort. They have uo
seams to rip. They never become loose snd baggy as the
shape is knit In, not pressed In.
They are GUARANTEED for
Oneness, for styl?. for superiority of material and workmanship, absolutely stainl s.imd to
wear six month; without boles
or replaced by new pairs free.
Our Free Offer
To every one sending us SOc
to cover shipping charges, we
will send, subject to duty, absolutely  free:
Three pairs of our famous
men's A M E R I C A N SILK
HOSE with written guarantee,
,'iiiv   color, or
Three pairs of our Ladies'
Hose, in L.lack, Tan or White
colors, with written guarantee.
DON'T DELAY—Offer expires when dealer in your Io- §
calily is selected. Hive color g
and  size  de in ft
The International   Hosiery  Co. S
21   Bittlier  S|loet S
Dayton, Ohio . f'.S.A. 2
. n06^i>j3ft«tta*r-aoo<iocici-.--.•i-ari-CHj
C ««HKB}lKHKHWrKiiKHJ 04 o 0 04 00
? g
S    THE MOST COMFORTABLE
IN TKE CITY
j   Answers nil calls duy ami nlglii
O 	
Phone 99
Stuud:    Hotel    Prince    Rupert S
New Wellington
litc  Int.title Housciiold Cool
Cleanest, l'rlglitee>l and i'.esi
Rogers & Albert
i-it'C'inti al venue
■  1 I ii
REAVER     WHOLESMiE
CO.,   LLAIIPED
Second   Ave.  imii   Sixth  S»
Phone  102
LIQUOR*
12 8 SI.
PRINCE RUPERT IMPORTI-vTl OO .
LIMITED
Eraser ajid Slvdt si«
,     Phono   7

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