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The Journal
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VOL.   V.
PRINCE Rl'PERT, B.  C,  SUNDAY, FEBRUARY  21,  1915
Price  .")   Cents.
NO. SS.
The Official Reports From The
French Headquarters Is Favorable At All Points Where The
Germans Have Been Encountered
EFFECT ON EGYPT
OF BRITISH RULE
PROTECTORATE      I.XISTEI5
FORE IX ALL   HIT
NAME.
REV. R. H. GURD
HAS PASSED AWAY
HE-   WELL-KNOWN    MISSIONARY    OF
CHURCH OF ENGLAND HAS
PASSED AWAY.
What tlie British  Have    Done In the
Land of the Khedive
Explained.
Paris, Feb. 21).—An official report
says in Belgium along the whole
front as far as and including Rheims
there lias been cannonading and fus-
ilades. Our action continues.
In Champagne under good conditions we repulsed several counter
attacks.
We made fresh gains north of
Perthes,    occupying   the    wood     in
which the enemy was strongly organized.,
In Argonne there have been few
engagements and little of importance
to report.
At Leseparges southeast of Verdun, after having repulsed the sixth
counter-attack by the enemy we delivered a fresh attack, enlarging and
completing the progress which was
realized  yesterday.
BANKS WILL BEAR
A HEAVY BURDEN
".
ONE   PER   CENT.   TAX    IMTOSEH
UPON    CIRCULATION    TO
VI EL D   MUCH.
How  the  Impost   Will   Fall   Upon the
Different   Organizations
Concerned.
BURNS STILL CLAIMS
CHAMPIONSHIP OF  IS.  C
He   Is   Dissatisfied    With    Result    of
Fight With   Bnyley.
The tax of 1 per cent, on bank
note circulation will be a heavy one
on the banks, the minister anticipating a revenue of $1,000,000 from
this source, which seems to be well
within the mark, unless the business
conditions thnV'ghout the country
result in a very much smaller volume of circulation than is called for
at  the present time.
The last official returns on nolo
circulation are contained in the I.e-
cember statement, the January fig-.
mvs not being due for some days
yet. Thc December total was $105,-
969,755, compared with $108,646,-
425 ln the same month  in  1913.
The tax will fall on the banks according  to   the    volume   of  businessl
transacted,   there   being   a   relation j
between  tlie amount   of   circulation
und the profits of .each institution.
For instance, the Bank of Mon-
treal, which leads in circulation
with $15,418,846, in December last.
had profits of $2,496,451. The tax
would eat Into that amount to the'
extent, ol' something like $150,00'0,
which makes considerable of a
breach,  So on  down along the line.
On the 1  per cent, basis II is easy!
lo figure om  aboul  whal each  hank
will have to pay on the basis of llieirj
Di ember  circulation   as   below:
Hank of Montreal    $15,4 18,846
Vancouver,    Feb.     20. — Rough-
house Charley Burns has posted   hi
forfeit  money  for a   return   contest
Willi  ,loe Bayley,  who  was awarded
the fight the other night.
Burns contends that Bayley din
not live up to Ihe terms agreed
upou in that he did not weigh in on
Wednesday afternoon. He claims the
championship,
Look  for Hie  Red Tag   Prices at
George D. Tito's Furniture Sale, tf
 »_	
EASTERN   HOCKEY. *
What effect lias the deposition ot
the Khedive and lhe declaration of
a British protectorate over Egypt
had upon that country?
"By establishing' a protectorate,"
explains a noted Egyptian authority
in the British press, "we regularize
an arrangement which was already
a protectorate in all but name.
There arc several strong objections
io annexation, all of which were
duly propounded in Cairo, but there
is a far stronger one which I have
not yet seen advanced. We shall not
now, and never shall, annex Egypt.
All Islam knows the nobility of our
purpose when we proclaim a new
Sultan of Egypt; annexation would
sound io millions of Mohammedans
like another death-knell, of which
they have heard too many. We can
sustain Egypt and support if. and
protect it, we can stand with drawn
sword at the gates of the East and
keep barbarous hordes at bay, we
can hope to see Egypt, a willing and
independent unit beneath the British Hag, shielded by our invincible
fleet;  but we can'go no farther.
"The task of creating In the East
great nations which can stand upon
their own feet under the protecting
aegis of Croat Britain iies before us
in the new era. It will lake Ions to
achieve, progress will be slow and
difficult, but that way our Imperial
destiny leads.
What   Britain   lias   Done.
"We supported the Turkish
claims to suzerainty and never failed to accord Uieni a recognition
which was in reality excessive. We
Kaied the Khedlviate by suppressing
Arabi's rebellion and seating Tewflk
more firmly on his throne. We stayed in Egypt to rescue it. from bankruptcy, and Lord Cromer made il
the nourishing and prosperous Dominion it is today. Why is ('aire
quiet and contented? Why are the
Egyptian ministers bravely audi
steadily supporting the British connection? Why dues every thoughtful]
Egyptian in the hour of trial dis-l
card all sympathy with the foolish!
German-inspired "Nationalist" intrigues with Constantinople? He-
cause, when put to the lest, the
Egyptian people have nol the slightest genuine wish to exchan •/■'• Bi It-
■ish   control  und   protection    I'm'  the
. acious  and   blighting   oppression
of a pack nf mongrel Turkish adventurers,   n ho are  n< Ither Turks   noi
Moslems,  bul    hybrid    agnostic     ol
Jewish   or   gipsy   blood    who   have
M ;hl   body and soul  by Ger-
- n  .''-id.  Our hones!  end  unselfish
WOl'k  in  Egypl  lias home good fruit
lu ilie day nf storm we arc tiusted,
Vow  Policy  Explained.
Britain's    ollcy  in    Egypl    is outlined   in   a   I tter  addressed   to  the
in i   Sultan by tl e Acting High Com-
[   m ii loner,    The    following    are
J I chief points In  tiie statemi nl:
g j     "Ha' Ing  definitely  th: own    In   his
<»^<>G_-_.«l^^ wlt.    hja   Majegty,H   .nemf(
' ' - ::      : . ■ foi f ilted   -     - li
lie   Died   at   Mctlakatla   on   Friday
XigiK—Had  Beetn  in
lll-honltti.
On Friday night Rev. R. II. Gurd,
tlie Church of England missionary at
Mctlakatla, passed away. For some
time he had not been in good health
suffering from kidney trouble. A
few days before his death his case
.became very serious, although tlie
end  was not expected  so soon.
C. C.  Perry, Indian agent  ai  Met-1 Clements,
Iakatla,  chanced  to  visit  tiie   home
Cold Storage Took Ninety Tons Yesterday—Fish Are In Excellent
Condition—Expect To Put Up
About One Thouand Tons More
For Bait Before Season  Closes
The advantage o. cuing up tbe
herring grounds to fishermen by the
Dominion Government is every day
being    demonstrated    here.     II.     S
of Mr, Gurd jus! a few moments before his death occurred. Mrs. Gurd
and her daughter were present also.
The deceased was _7 years of age.
He was born in England, bul for
many years had been engaged in
missionary work on the Pacilic
Coast, lie was well known in Prince
Rupert, where he was a frequent
visitor, especially since he took up
his home in Metlakatla.
it has been arranged that tlie
funeral shall take place in .Metlakatla on Wednesday next. Rev.
Archdeacon Collison, an old-time
friend and co-laborer with the late
Mr.  Gurd, will conduct the services
Church Anniversary.
On Sunday, March 7, the anniversary services in connectionm with
the Methodist Church will he held.
On the Monday evening following
an anniversary concert will he given.
This, it is promised, will be of a
very high  order.
he used in this direction ensured for
the port a plentiful supply of bail
for the coining season.
Tlie fishermen report, moreover
thai the lisii that are being taken
have by no means reached the
spawning stage, so that no appreciable damage can bo done lo the
grounds. Tlie (ish will not, according to the present condition of them,
be spawning for nearly two months
three scowloads of herring and one
of the boats also broughl a cargo on
board lier. The catch represented
about ninety tons, which will keep
the staff busy today getting iliem
pul away in cold storage.
It is said thai the company expect to put in 2,000 lens hi herring
iliis year. As yel only about half
that amounl is in place In tbe storage '."onis, hm with the fishing as
good as it ii now for the remaining
twenty days the full complement will
easily be reached. No time Is being
losl in gel the quantity. The herring
boats are being kept  in good shape
Yesterday  the   Canadian    Fish    & so  that,  the  catches    may   be    made
Cold  Storage  Company   brought    ii.without any lapses.
'ARM AREAS HEADY
I PRINCESS MAY WILL III.
FOR SETTLEMENT
Open   Millions   of Aires   tor   Settle-!Tiie
nienl  at  the Close of the
O.N  RUN  SUM I
WI ■'.
KS
Maquinnn   Will    He    Kepi
Sktigway Route Longer.
  The   C.    P.   It.   steamer   Prin
Canadian  railway officials are na-', .May, which is still on the ran to ibis
Tlie results of tlie matches !
played today In the eastern •
hockey were as follows: *
Wanderers, 5;  Ottawa, 1: *
Canadlens; 7; Toronto, _. *
Shamrocks, 10; Quebec, G,
Watch for i( and we both make.
It's coming;  we make   you   make,
we both make.
Quebec  Bank    	
Hank  of Nova  Scotia   . .
Hank of II.  N,  A	
Bank of Toronto 	
Molsons   Hank   	
Banque  Natlonalo   	
Merchants  Bank  of Can-
1,1177,4(11
7,148,818
1,00 1,627
1,236,122
3,425,800
3,174,740
iida   	
Banque  Provinciale   ....
Union   Bank of Canada.
Canadian Bank of Commerce   	
Royal  Bank of Canada  .
Dominion  Bank   	
Dank of  Hamilton	
Standard Hank of Canada    	
Banque   d'Hoehelags    .   .
Hank  nf Ottawa   	
Imperial  Hank of Canada
Home   Hank   of  Canada   .
Northern   Crown   Hank..
Sterling Bank of Canada
.Veyburn   Security   Hank
,481.
,166,
,676,
,653,
,645,
,143,
,684,
279
NTS
534
2671
768
040 j
960
CADET ORDERS.
turally looking forward lo a desirable increase fn traffic when ihe immigration movement, which is sure
to follow the close of the war, gets|
under way. Canada's need is for tillers of the soil and every effort will
be     made    lo    attrncl    the    fanning:
I class.
I
Information    n -   r ed    al
i orl from the Bouth, will be kept
si i l . -■ iks li .. : nn t. ■■ same
ro e. This is to allow the Princess
Maquinna to make a few more tii| s
to Skagway,
Tlie Maquinna has better accommodation for live slock and Cor lumber than  the .May !i;i. .   ' com-
The    Prince    Rupert     Cadets
* No.  432 will parade al   thi   Ex-
* hibition Building at  10:15 a.m.,
•'.Sunday,  the  _lst.  inst.,   for  Dl-
* vine  Service,  al   tlie    Methodist
* Church, Parents and friends are
* Invited to attend the service.
-    pany  lia i  quite a  quantil y  oi   these
Gi and
fi ; !::. e ia i lie Al iskaii port it is i
Trunk  Pacilic  headquarters  In   Mon-
essary to  keen the Mi )   on  tin i
treal    from    the    British    Colombia
: run.
Government  shows  thai    the    Coasl
Provinci    has   i iade   preparal Ions   to
welcome     thousands    of   cultivators.
You : i     ,\e    inaki
hull,
Tiie  final  figures  for    1914    demon- niiikp big,
strate thai   1.963  land   pre-emptions _
, | were taken up iii the newly opened;
[districts of the   province dm in:;   I
Pretty  Wedding,
pri tty  wedding   was  solemnized
. :.r. 'I ..is   figure  «i'l shov   a  la
We   make,   you   make,    we   both IIncrease, il  is expected, before  1915 at ""'
make. closes,  for    the   Governmenl    states wuen   Mr'  GeorBe  vVaddell  and  Miss
   that there are about 1,501  acres'1'"""'   Jacolj   v"'"   »nlted   in   :"
whencesoever    coming.     With   Otto- of surveyed  land  ready  for the set-1bontl   "'   !"l|v    matrimony
man  suzerainty there  will  disappear!tier along   the   line   of   the   Grand
Dimmick. The bride was atti uded by
the    restrictions    heretofore    placed Trunk Pacific Railway and nans of Mynle D°«'nard and Ruby Dimmick,
by Ottoman firmans upon  the nutti-' 160 acres can be taken possession of wnlIe A'  ''■   Harris  was
iieis and organization of your High-jon payment of a record fee of .2,00   Mr- ''": "  l:':""  ' i!    '   '  '        ],]i"~
ness'  Army  and  , n   the     ran!   by      Of the surveyed lands ai ble to ",;mil   trom   Lohengrin.
,189,193
your  Highness of honorific   dlstinc-,settlers, there are   146,931   acres  In
tions. ''  ■ ''■" ; ■   ' and Districl      II     I I"
- ■   ■  non:     receptloi lield in tl
church    parlo   .
Ilfl
1,689
1,158
,641
,027,
,086
226,
780
812
880
II HI
a-'.",
i 2 '.'
Total     $105,909,75.'
W0»CW0_«« .U«_MK»__*SMI_^ i>imH_»ira «-h_j»kh*0W000 _
German Steamer Is Interned
Buenos Ayres, Feb, 20,—The   Argentine   authorities   have   di
flared  the German  steamer  Holger Interned as the time liniil  has
1 -, Ired for her to have lefi port.
t_0.HM.K_tt-_HKH.-a_W
Halibut Cat .hes Are Good
}' o    r  the    r     itian    exi cul Ive.     'I
>'•
9
Continu d   good   catches   ol halibut from the fishing banks are   §i ■
cted.    This   season  the  fishing  lias  opened  up    with    excollenl
■ '         'io' thi   outli . .   :   ■ on Inuatlon   of It.    During   thi
t wi       the p orl    f Prlnci i      I     la       mi ndou    quan
go    lily of halibut.    Two tralnloada  wenl  oul   from   here   durfni
0    time iu addition to other shipments mad    by the regular   sei
o e
$«i>l. __t-0_:_<_li._H3_.»W_*.«<^
ntnent n
8 selvei tees    foi    tin     Inhabi-
mti        Egypt.
"1   :' :  ■ the fori
Britain   accepn
.   onslbllltj   for lit
ril
1 'v In i|      all     aggr
friend      t tended • and
..   . ifiio   r--,,; i,...   ni m-i,.'    •;,,     ...oi-.ii,   speeches ■-■-.', ,       tin
Majesty s  Governmenl  deem  II  mosl ""   cariboo   DI   ric     the   avail
I ■ ,1th  the  new  .esponstbil-i8""'^  '""ds  I I   789,752     -   e        '  ' '    ' '   " '    '       T  "
Ities assumed  by (.real   Britain "-' -»«ei   proportion of   whirl.   1 ; '      ■ and   th,
the relations between your Highness' »'"'■ '    :'   "  "  '   ' <!™"1   Trunk °ridogroon       -      :
Governmenl  and  the  representatl   -    !''"'i'i'' Railway,   or tributar    to
,i   ,,,.  ,--,,,   Powers should  In    h no    railway, the - uf the rail-      Buffets,  Don  Beds, Springs,    v''■
forth   conducted  through   his   Majei    way    "'rough    the    provinci     In  ng tresses, Ulimketi    Sheets nnd Pillow
Iy',    representative    In     Cairo,    ili.-- within   lhe  confines   of  the   Cariboo    t  .'ebrnnrj   Bargain Prices.   Ooorgc
Majesty's Governmenl  are coi     iced  Dl-tri-t. . Tile, the Hume I'urnlsher.    fl0|
thai   I le clearer definli Ion  of   Gi ea!
B       In's position in the country «i'l
acceli rate   progress    to iva rd 5
government,   His   lla]    " '     Govi
men!   are animated  by   no   hos II
tov u I    the Callpl
Tlie    \eiv  Sultan.
tan    ! i asseiti    I llclal
p his i
'
with  tin
cl :   '-. d
lie     l
Ch. o-ooociooo'. <- olobaooooaaooooooaoc   ■
P. G. E. Open Now To Lillooet
'-.' ;: ' i
nd trip. The right-i
ng ii
■   ■
i
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I itlsh Merchantman
i ■
Dill.     I f      II
... led   on    Pagi
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id     the    tl, i-        O
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Sunday, February  21,  1915.
PRINCB   RUPHRT   JOURNAL
prince Uup«r* journal
Telephone 1:58.
O. H. NELSON, Editor.
Office: 128 Third Avenue East.
near McBride Street. Telephone 138,
Postofflce Box 607.
D ill    icd by currier In -he
city ai the following rate, if paid _n|n
advance;—■
s,      .. ... *r' ■'"'
One   rear          ...   n
Six  Months    *-
Three   Vlontl .-   	
nol    paid   in   advance
of little value. The protection to be
paid local producers is increased. On
many lines it would be prohibitive,
and will thus defeat tlie purpose of
increasing the revenue. The increased note issue is fully warranted,
j though there may lie criticism as to
iivllY EDITION. | the method  and  purpose. The Globe
Published    every   morning   ?xcf?l has often  pointed out that our gold
Monday. b>....'.'"'V,' „,",i tn I reserves     would     said'.     sustain     a
much larger volume of circulating
cm io'v. Bul it is not well to endorse an issue made to aid railway
promotion until there Is assurance
that  tlie  Interests  of  lhe   Dominion
1  Product No.
!.J<>1»*)HKHMH»_HMHK^^
lf
$1.25
per  -Mouth   ...         *"""'"
WEEKLY EDITItN.
Published every Friday itor circulation outside the ( ity o Prh.ce
Runert at .2 00 a year, addressed o
Sin Canada; or $3.00 a .ear to
IU points :.- the United Kingdom,
the United Slates or other foreign
countries.
Advertising Rates Upon Application
,_;.£#-..'
Sunday, February 21, 1915.
CANADIAN   CONVENTION.
About the end of July the annual
convention of tlie Union of Canadian
Municipalities will be held in Victoria, li. C. This will bring to the
Pacific Coast a large number of
municipal oilice holders from all
parts of the Dominion to tli is part.
Prince Rupert, in common with
otlier centres, will be visited by
many of these men. it will be up
to the city to make as good a showing as possible.
THI. WAR TAX.
The attitude taken by the Toronto
Mail and Empire and the Toronto
Globe on the war budg< t when an-
nounc 'i b; Hon. W. T, White in thc
House of Commons, was as follows:
The Mail and  Empire said:
"Every hearer or reader of tlie
bud ;et li must pi Dno ince it   a
vci- conscientious presentation of
the state of the country's affairs.
Mr. White lias taken the people
Into I ; I ace.   I;"  has been   at
pains to lay the financial situation
before them in the most unreserved
and straightforward manner, and
has not painted the prospect In rosy
hues. Though his statement of the
situation and his method of dealing
with ii Is o frank, it li i ea no
opening for adverse criticism. No
one will say that a hundred million
dollars is too much to provide for
the strengthening and maintaining
of our military forces in the next
fiscal year, should the war continue.
"To tiie Incn ■-. in all bul a few
of the existing customs duties there
will be no popular objection. Tlie
Weight of l!i,--" additions will not be
felt by the great body of thc consumers, and they will not detract
materially from any dealer's profits.
"Similarly, the special taxes will
fall lightly on those who have to pay
them. We feel assured that there
will be really loyal acceptance of
' the new taxes, and that i . rj body
who i:i, contrih iti      111   li ,'||
pa! iodM 111.   li   la   In   - ui ,   a
Bpiril   thc  ne ■   l ixes  rhould  bi     e
celved, The country can da  wonders
If it acts In  that spli It   I
tho  war.   li   can   be  di pi nded
answer this and e cry otl er call to
duly in the pi Isl . of the Em
plre."
have been  safeguard,at.
HATE OF GERMANY
PERVADES EMPIRE
ii;
A.    CONAN    DOYLE    WARN.
KAISEIi'S SUBJECTS OF
SITUATION.
British Peoples Will Remember Con-
(lilions  Long  After  the
War.
Wherever we touch Germany
its present phase (writes Sir
Conan   Doyle),  whether   it   be
Undi r    the   heading
"Our   New
Taxation," the Globe saj    i   Itorlal
Ij '1 en . .v. .a   of
and a
hair per cent,  im rei
gen-
eral  and    Intermediate
und
five   per   ci nt,    In    the
intlal
lariffs  on
'    1
able,       ' .
rei :'       is if
itei i.     a
agrli   Iture   and    Ihe   •
01
generally  be .... rot
"Coi-jertui
.
February   IToiikq    Furl
li liini    ■; ,
gain'--   -Hnli     1                '    ■
'
Overlord himself with the megalomaniac messages, the princes with
their looting of chateaux, thc Foreign Oflice with its trick of stealing
American passports for the use or
German spies, tlie army with its absolute brutality, the navy with its
tactics of mine-laying in neutral waters, tlie piess with its grotesque
connections, the artists with their
pictures which are so base that the
deceut Germans have themselves at
last rebelled against them, or the
business men with their assertion
that there is less economic disturbance in Germany than In Great lii u-
ain—wherever, 1 say, you touch
them you come always upon what
is odious and deceitful. A long century will have passed before tier-
many can wash her hands clean
from murder, or purge from li
spirit the shadow of this evil time
If the words of one humble individual could reach across the seas
there are two things upon which I
should wish to speak earnestly to a
German; the one, our own character
the otlier, the future whicli he is
deliberately preparing for the
Fatherland which lie loves.
The Sporting Spirit.
First as to ourselves: We have
never been a nation who fought with
hatred. It is our ideal lo light in a
sporting spirit. It is no! that we are
less in earnest, bui it is that tlie
sporting spiril itself is a thing very
largely evolved by us and is a natural expression of our character. We
light as hard as we can ourselves,
and we like and admire those who
light hard against us so long as they
keep  within   the  rules  of  the  game.
If yon look back in history you
"i'l find that this absence of hatred
has always been characteristic of us,
When Soult came to London after
t! - Napoleonic wars he was cheered through tho city. After the Boe
war,   Botha,   De    Wet    and    Delan
ad a magnificent reception. We (ii I
nol know   that ono of them was de
(Contlnuod  on   Pagi
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, nrtment
Contains about -!-.,   lbs.
$1.50
spi.I0NI.ID  POP. PIiVMBBRS
Tlie sale of Product No. 99 is striotly
confined to the high-class supply
hoimes. Its cost of manufacture is
therefore not affected by Dept. or
"price cutting store'-' influence that
so often drives manufacturers to the
use of inl'eiisr chemicals and processes. Nor is the dealer allowed to
reduce the retail price under penally
of    having    his    supply    terminated.
A POWERFUL SOLVENT FOR
CLOGGED UP DRAIN PIPES
"!Ml" destroys accumulations  if lint,    paper,    sloths,    hair,    slime,
grease,  vegetables, soap,  fruit and many others.   It is harmless to
llncsi plumbing.
DON'T ARGUE
DOVT   I'll'   OIF
TEST    IT
This [yreparation 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 the actual condition existing within a pipe, it is absoutely impossible for the manufacturer or the dealer to guarantee da result.
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Sunday, February 21,  1915.
stined to prove a despicable and
perjured traitor. They had been
good fighters; the fight was done
we had shaken hands—and we
cheered them, All British prize
fights ended with the shaking of
hands. Though the men could no
longer see each otlier they were led
up and their hands were joined.
When a combatant refuses to do
this It. hns always been looked upon
as unmanly; nnd we may say thai
bad-blood  lias been  lefl  behind.  So
«**,
across  the seas as well as  the  men i chance It will have of being handled
:_____£___
of the Islands-—makes a practical
note of it all, and it will not be forgotten, but will certainly bear very
definite fruits. The national thoughts
do noi come forth in wild poems of
hate, but they none the less are
gloomy and  resentful  with  the  deep
after this war. That is already certain and it is the direct outcome of
the madness which has possessed
Germany iu her frantic outcry of
hatred. What ciiance they nave of
business with France, Russia or
Japan   they  know   best    themselves;
guiltless  In   the   matter.     They,    onjSkeeua   I.aiid    Diltrict—Distriet    of
their  side,  might  at  last  have   un- Vvmp Charlotte Islands.
and  steady resentment of a   nation I but  the   British  Empire,    with   that
I
which is slow to anger. Wide   trade    toleration    which    has
And  now,  my  problematical   Ger- long been her policy, and  for which
man  reader,  1   want you    to realize]she   has   had   so   little     gratitude,
w
in   war  we  have  always  wished    to after the  war. Whether you  win or many
and   opened  her   markets   to
a long
tight, lo a finish and then be friends, lose-   and we have our own -.cry cer- her, Now it is not for many
whether we bave won or lost. tain opinion us to which it will   be yen- thai  this can be so, not on ac-
Gerinrtnj' After the War. —Germany  will  still    remain    ns >a count of the war, bul  on account of
Now, this is just whal we should greal Independenl State, she may be the bitterness which Germany 1ms
wish to do with Germany, anil il is a little trimmed al the edges, and gone out of her way lo import Into
what. Germany is rapidly making im- she may also find herself with some the contest. Ii is idle lo say that in
possible. Rhc has, in our opinion awkward liabilities; but none the that case we should lose our exports
fought a brave but a thoroughly foul less she will be a great kingdom or,to Germany.   Even if it  were   so it
derstoad that Britain had been
placed in .such a position by her
guarantees to Belgium that it was
absolutely impossible she could
stand out of the war. Willi these
mutual concessions some sort of
friendship could possibly have been
restored, lor it is to no one's interest, and leasl of nil ours, thai tie
keystone should be knocked rlghl
out. of tlie Euro) ii. arch. Bul nil
this lnii been rendered Impossible by
these hysterical screamers of hate
and by those methods of raurdei on
land,  .en  niul  air  with    winch   the
TAKE NOTICE ihnt Peter Piombo,
of Prinee Rupert, B.C., occri-pation
Prospector, intends to apply for permission to prospect for coal asd petroleum over the following described
lends ou the West Coast of Graham
Island: Commenting at a pos. planted four miles east and one mile
north of tlie north-east corner of Lot
2435, thence norlh 80 chain*, thence
west 80 chains, thence soutk 80
chains, thence cast 80 chain., to
point of commencement, containing
CM ii acres more or less.
>■'.:• PETER   PIOMBO.
bate located, December 4th,  1914,
uf
fight. And how she uses every means
to excile a bitter hatred which shall
survive the war. Tbe Briton is tolerant   and   easy-going    in    limes    ol
republic—as    the    Fates    may    will, would not in the least affect tlie sons' .... may turn her hand to trade and tinients   of  the   retail    sellers    nnd
try   to  build   up  her   fortunes   onoe buyers  in   this  country,    whose   ile-
more—for even  if  we   suppose    her Inlands regulate the wholesale  trade
peac«>,   too careless  perhaps of   thelto be the victor she still cannot live But as a matter of fact,  what Ger-
opinion   of   oilier    nations.    Bul    at] for ever on  plunder .ind  must    turn many  buys  mostly  from   the  British
present he is in a most alerl and receptive mood, noting nnd remembering very carefully every word that
comes to hiin as to lhe temper of tlie
German people and the prospects of
the future. lie is by no means disposed lo pass over all ihese announcements of permnnenl haired.
On the contrary lie is evidently beginning, for I lie first time since Na-
berselt to honesl trade, while if she
loi es ' : trade will be more precious
to her than over. But what will her
position be then?
Boycott of Germany.
it will be appalling. No other
word i an express it. No legislation
will be needed to keen German
goods out of she whole British Empire, which menus more Lban a quar
,1.
Empire is the coal, wood, etc., which
are the raw material's of her Indus
try with which she cannot possibly
dispense.
Wliut Might Have Been.
But the pity of it all! We might
have had a straight, honest fight and
at the end of it we might have conceded that the German people had
been  innocently misled by their mil-
poleon's era, to show something ap-,ter of the globe. Anything with that itary caste and their press, and the
proaching  the hatred   in  return.   He mark  might as well have   a   visible Idea that their country was being al
Ski .'ni   Land    District    DistrUt
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKB X( TICE thai Peter Piombo,
of  Prince  Rupert.   B.C.,   occupation
.   hai   been  conducted.  Hate is a prpspec'.or, Intends to apply tor per-
j   catching emotion, nnd  when  itlmlssion to prospeel  for i isl and pern ov       be folli «Ing descr b a
translates  itself  into action  ii  soonhanuS „„ the West  Coast of Graham
on   either  side  of  the  >.orth Island: Commencing al a posl  planted three miles north of Ihe north-easl
race, to use Car- corner or Lol 2437, thence north 80
like   the chains, thence easl  80 chains, thense
south   SO    chains,   thence   wesi     ' 0
chains,  to   point  of  commencement,
containing 040 acres more or less.
Liaiiiue.    In._i_iijl.-f_   and    Scin-rnl
Repairs
Oxy-Acetylene   1'I.Hit    in    Connection
I'lieae Red 100 Third Avenue
J. H. IHLDITCH
Contractor and BuiJdei
Estimates given on all classes of
work, whether small or large. Per.
i-eunl  attention given  to every  item.
PHONE GREEN 321
FREDERICK  PETERS,  K.C,
Barrister, Solicitor and Notarj  I'ubllt
iyle's simile, does it blaze
quick-i'lnniing stubble, inn with both
it will smoulder like the slow red
peat. Are there not even now strong,
sane men in Germany who can warn
these madmen of what they are sowing for the next generation and the
one that conies after it? li is not]
that we ask them to abate the resistance of their country. It is understood  that this is a fight  to  the
ja29 PETER   PIOMBO.
Date located, December 3rd, 1914
:-■ ■ ■   Land    Distrli I—Dlsl del
Queen Charlotte Islands.
of
TAKE NOTICE that Pettr 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 '_.ie West Coast of Graham
end. That, is what we desire. But let Island: Commencing at. a post planted three miles north of the north-east
-and  "he" stands  for every  Briton cholera    bacillus    upo!.    i:
acta
and   so
themsi I' i
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tern stand up and fight without reviling; let them give punishment
without malice and receive it without wincing; let their press cease
from lying, and their prophets from
preaching haired—then, lose or win.
there may still be some chance for
the future. But, alas! the mischief
is already, I fear, too deep. When
the seeds are sown it is hard to
check the harvest. Let the impartial
critic consider von Muller of the
Emden, and then, having surveyed
our press and that of Germany, let
him say with whom lies the blame.
corner of Lot 2437, thence north 80
chains, thence west SO chains, thence
south Sn chains, thence east SO
chains, to point of commencement,
oontalnlng 0-10 acres more or less.
ja2!l PETER   PIOMBO.
Date located, December 3rd, 1914.
Oilice  in
EXCHANGE  BLOCK
DR. GILROY, DENTIST
Crown  and  Bridge  Woilf  a
Specialty
Office:  Smith   Block.   Third   Avenue
A. FAULDS, K.I. M.E.
Consuitiig Mining Engineer
Examinations   and    development    of
Coal, Metal, Oil. Etc.
709 Dunsruiiii  St.      Vancouver, B.C.
REGIMENTAL ORDERS.
Skeena  Land    District—District    of
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
TAKH NOTICE that Peter Piombo,
of Prinoe Rupert, B.C., occupation
Prospector, Intends to apply for permission to prospect for ooel and petroleum over the following described
lands on the W<__t: Coast, of Graham
Island: Comraenclnit at a post planted five miles east and one milo north
of the aorth-east corner of Lot 24!6,|Waterworks,  Wat
I
Massage,    Manicuring,   Scalp   Treatment, Electric Treatments,  Etc.
M»s.   N. Ij. Hiunl'isyde   Prop.
211 Third St. PRINCE  1!''PERI
P.O. Box 1714 .148
RITCHIE,   ACNEW   &   CO.
Civil Engineers and Surveyors
Prince  Rupi
thenco north   80  chains,  thenco east
-er.structien, Report
68th Regiment Earl Grey's
Own Rilies; Orders by Major
J. H. McMullin, Commanding,
17th February, 1915:
Parades: "A" Company will
parade at the Exhibition Bullosa Tuesday and Viisay at
7:4s p.m. Drill squad aasl eoai-
pany. "B" Company will parade  at  the    Exhibition    Build-
Mi   chains,  thenco  south   80    chains,,
thence  west  80   chains,  to  point   of] uu  ''-nd   Provincial   i
commencement, containing 640 a-ores dUectric Blue Printh
more or less.
ja.2 9 PETER   PIOMBO.
Date located,  Decei ib«    4th,  1914
Wharf
ituin-
.ing,
■
White J'-
of
Skeena   I.and    District—District
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that  Peter Piombo
of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
Prospector, intends to ap] ly for permission to prospect for ooal nnd petroleum o?er the following described
lands on tbe West Coast cf Graham
Island: Commencing at ii -,-ost planted live miles east and onj mile north
of the north-east corner of Lot 2435,
thence north SO chains, thsnee west
80 chains, thence south SO chains,! phone ' 9'i
C  on   Monday   and    Thursday  *  tnenM  east  8,°   cllcins,   to    point  of|
commencement, containing 640 acres
I'll ine Blue  188
U'-'iO-l>
mars dm
111(1
3D.
m
G. T.  P.  CARTA
331    SECOND
JINGLE POl
1* handled by us.  '• '
prompt attention
.....
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it.
juseiio
Delivered to your kitchen
door, like groceries
.-■■, •
at  7:45  jam.     Drill  squad   and *
company. *
Church Parade. •
The Battalion  will  parade   at *
the Exhibition Building on Sun- *
day, 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, PETTIGREW, Capt., *
Acting Adjutant, •
175,000,000 Bottles Yearly
That was the demand fo_ Budweiser last
year.
The Anlicu'ier-Pimcl   " oI   I". .
more   than   142 acres— to  70
bl    >5.    It  tfvrs  steady nploj'B   ■
6,000  people, and  to  1,500  in
branches.
Every process, every room, is immaculate.
Every bottle Is Pasteurized nnd inspi cte I.
'-Pis it, started nearly 50 >
, .del of modern facilities.
Tli_ ids ol visitors ■■■: IO go tl
every day know that nothing of its I
'. ,:ny better than Budweis   '.
._.    Sheens   Ijind    District    Dlstrlo.    of
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
1    TAKB NOTICE that Peter Piombo,
ijof  Prince Rupert.   B.C.,   occupation
ictor, Intend, to apply for per-
'uu to prospect for oo»] and pe-
leum '        the following doserllmd
in the West Coast of Graham
' li p.i   Commencing at a lot. piant-
('  three  miles north and one   mile'
t of the north east comer ol Lot
thence north mi chains, thaaoe
1     di  -ii. ,    the.ice    south    10
.   Ins,   ti snoe   west   80    chains,    to
lint of commencement,   coirtalalng
■" l n acres more or less.
PETER   PIOMBO.
Date located, December 3rd, 1»14.
AnT .'.'t Louis
The Largest Plant of Its Kind
in the World
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Some of .'.'' Frin    -   -
Buildings
Jt    -
more or lees.
ja_9 PETER   PIOMBO.
Date located, 4th December, 1914.
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RUPEE     , MP. CO.
Distributors
jijiipin
]      NCE RUPERT, B.
(0
DISSOLUTION    NOTICE.
.-    NOTICE   .hat   lhe   firm
Ritchie, Agnew * Co. has been   dis
■    -   upon the 31st d?y of January
A. D, 1916, and thai all accounts ow
li--hi  will  I '     ollected by
I   . itchle,  tor thi   benefit   of
l,   and   that   all   accounts
the Arm  will  be   paid   by
Id J. Fred  Ritchie,   on account
ii   Dated ai  Prince Rupert,! a
ill.C, this 4 lh day of February, A. D, I K
I
US
.
Skeena   Land    District—Di_trict    o
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE  NOTICE  that  I,  D.    Hogg,
of  Queen  Charlotte  City,  occupation
Furmer, intend to apply for permls
Bion   In  purchase  the  following   de
scribed lands:  Commencing at a pos
planted    at    the    south-west     cor
n«r of Gooden    island   in   Bearskin
Bay, thence easterly thence norther
ly,  tbence  westerly,  tbence souther
y,  following shore  line to  point   of
ommencement, containing five acres
nore or loss.
DANIEL HOGG,
Dated 6th -February,  1916.        f 13
mi:  men  ('(• II   Ol     LIVING  KE.
DK'Kli BI   IH'YTJ '        ■' ■
liest   Quality    Dome.tie    I.ni-ip    Cl   1
$9.50 Per Tow
Best  Quality  Wimhed    \iit  ( nal
$8.75 Per Ton
DEI IVERIUP
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Prince  Rupert,   '   ''..  Phn i    .
Pacific Carta* ed
General   ': ■
Furniture   Men in.
When you  buy COAI
— Ladysraith  Lui
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The Queen Cl • lotte
Oil S'ieMj. I    ited
Office will open tod Sutler
ilulldlni. foi  snli     "       '    ill, il
amount of   Tn . mrj   .    u'.
GEO.  F.   MACDONALD    Sec. r.ens.
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Pioneer Funeral
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Might,    Ladies'
Attend
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Prince Ru
50c. per I
116.
FRED   RITCHIE,
A.   B,   Will'HIT.
T.  He.-, ird  i witness to both
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PRINCE   RUPERT   JOURNAL
GRANITE
1RANITE of best  quality and  thoroughly tested  for sale
Cut  Stone  or  Crushed   Rock   in
Quantities
.K'IL.1. McIiEOI)      Phone Green 217
IN THE MitoTTER OF THE "NAVIGABLE WATERS' PUOTECTION
ACT," REVISED STATUTES OF
CANADA, 190d, CHAPTER 115,
AND AMENDING ACTS
—and—
IN  THE   .MATTER  OF   AX   APPLI-
|CATION  BY  THE   MONTANA   CON-
TECT ON EGYPT
OF HI1ITISH   RULE
(Continued  from  Page  One.)
TAKE   NOT CE    !
OCEAN FISH CO.
Fresh  Fish Arrlvlnj; Every  Day
.itside Oiders Promptly Attended TojCo;t;ni. ,    j
of  Butt?,   Montana,   has   deposited
i,ii,,vr  ,„,■,.„-„ l^ith   the  Minister  of  Public   Work.
IIIOM'.  BLUE _.39 at   0WawRi   Qanada,    and    with    «ie
. , District   Registrar  of Titles,   iPrince
Rnpert, B.C., under Chapter 115, ' .
splendor, notable troops of all races
BlNENTAL DEVELOPMENT 0OM-|of t,le Empire taking part. Abdin
PANY POR APPROVAL OF THE Square is a large open space bound-
PLAaNS FOR CONSTRUCTION OF A     ,
CERTAIN WHARF ANT) ORB  BINS ed   ""  a"   0|   on-  sldo   by  the   long
ON   WATERFROX1 'white palace, which was under niili-
PRINGJ-   RUPERT
Skeena  Land  District  —  District  of j NAVIGABLE    WATERS     PROTEC-
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
PHONE 554
P.O. BOX 60
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APERHANGLNG
AINTING
OUSH1NG AND
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HIGH-GRADE    INTERIOR
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NOW OPEN  FOR  BUSINESS |
]:Latest and Approved Methods
UOnly  Skilled   Operators  Employed
Phone us and ive will call for n
I rial  bundle
i
tary guard.
The Ceylon Planters' Ride Corps,
noticeable in their lighl khaki uniforms with black shoulder straps,
stood In a rigid line across die
square, straighl and evi n as a new-
'..*• ui I (dge. A darker line of Australians ui'-l them and curved round
the  streel   oul   of  sight,    amid    tlie
S.C.  1906, plans and descriptions o
the proposed site of certain   harbor
works to bo constructed by the said
('"in : ny on  waterfront Block "B,'
Prince   Ruperl   Townsite,    according
to registered plan of the said Town-1 pressing throng of natives attired in
i --S ted in the  Prince   Rupert   .. conce,vable ......
Land   Registry  OHice,  and  numbered "»"""■'"«   lints.
923,  (he aforesaid  works consisting J     Before    the    palace
of one wharf with ore bins
guard    of
the  Egyptian  Army and  the   Lanca-
AND   FWRTHBR   TAKE   NOTICEU,     _
that the said Company has applied to1
TAKE NOTICE that Andrew W.
Mac-Lean, of Prinee Rupert, B. C,
occupation Carpenter, intends to apply for permission to prospect for
coal and petroleum oyer the following described lands on the West
Coast of Graha imdlsna
Coast of Graham Island: Commencing at a post planted one mile north
and two miles east of the north-east
corner of Lot 2433, ihence north SO
chains, thence west SI) chains, thence
TION ACT.
R. S. C. Chapter 115.
The Imperial Oil Company hereby
give notice that it has under Section 7 of lhe above Act, deposited
wifli the Minister of Public Works at
Ottawa, and in the offlce of the District Registrar of tho Prince Rupert
l_ind Registration District at. Prince
Rupert, B.C., a description of the
site and the plans of tlie wharf and
approach proposed to be built in
Prince   Rupert   Harbor,   Bullish    Co-
outh    SO    chains,    thenco    east    SOjlumbifl,     in     front     of     Waterfront
chains   to   point   of   commencement, Blook "Cl", according   to   registered
containing 640 acres more or less,     [plan  of tho  Townsite   of   the   said
ANDREW W.  MacLEAN.     !<;itv  o£  Prince   Rupert  deposited   in
fl8 Agent,  Peter  Piombo.
Date located, _.rd  December,  191-1.
SI ■. .ni  l.and  Dial i lei I Ustrict of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
the   aforesaid   Land   Registry    Office
as No.  S_'..
AND TAME NOTICE that after
thp expiration of one month from
tlio date of the first publication of
this notice, the said Imperial Oil
Company will under Section 7 of the
said   Act   apply   to   lho    Minister    of
RfBDCCKP   FARES.
Phone No. 99 is operating on a
new seteedoie ef prises for auto line
Auywbsre west of Hays Creek th
(•__.'!#» will _■« il cents; to Real Cov
for one, tiro, or three persons th
ckmree wiM »S $1; for four or five
?1._0; te or f.om boats or trains
50 eente. f4tf
TAKE  NOTICE  that   Andrew    W.
MaeLean,  of  Prince  Rupert,    B.  O, ''"-He Works al his office in the City
the Governer-General-ln-Council for
approval of tho proposed works, and
permission to construct the same.
Dated at Rrlnce Rupert, B.C., this
Sth   day  of  January,  A.D.   l^li.
PATMORE   &  FULTON,
Solicitors    for   the   Montana    Conti-I
nental   Development  Company.
ja_*7f27       PATMORE  &  FULTON,   |
occui iiiIon Carpenter, Inti nds to apply for permission to prospeel Eor
coal and petroleum over the following  described    lands   on    the    Wesi
Coast of Graham  Island:   Commenc-
iliers was drawn up. All the ,,,
it a post planted one mile north
bouses, balconies, and the roof tojis'nnd two miles east of Ihe north-east
„,-„,.i,,,,i-i„_.  •* a, , corner of Lol  2435, thence north 80
overlooking  it wore   thronged   with ehalnSj lhe.,,p ,..lsl ,„ chalnB, thanM
spectators,  and women    veiled   with south   SO    chains,    thence   wesi    80
chains,  to point of commencement,
con lain ing 640 acres more or less.
ANDREW  \V.   MacLEAN.
sombre yashmaks were to  ;lie   seei
peering here and there.
Striking  Scene.
At half-past nine the thunder of
""salute betokened  the  arrival  of  lhe
0f Sultain.    First, came  his    bodyguard
'in  their pale blue  and    white   uni-
»!.-»
Note   our   address:
SIXTH   AVENUE   WEST
Phone No. 8
Canadian Steam Laundry   g
a
|KI-HKf»*__-tK ._!J_tK.I_*<K_0<HKH___'
Skeena   Land    District—District
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Peter Piombo
of  Prinee  Rupert,   B.C
Prospector, intends to apply tor per-,ranks 01] Ghestnuts   Ulen .
mission to prospect for coal and Pe- '   '
troleum over the following described I 'hen bays,
lands on  the West Coast of Graham,     Th0I1]   .„,,;,,   .   |om,   noj
Island:  Commencing at a post plant-,
ed five miles cast of the north-east clapping ol hands, the cheers of the
corner of Lot 243... ihence east SO | populace, and an ovation from the
chains,   thence    south    80
flS Agent,  Peter  Piombo.
Date located, 2_rd December, 1914.
Skeena Land  District. —-  District  of
Queen Charlotte  Islands.
of Ottawa for approval of the said
site and plans and for leave to construct ili. surd wharf and approach.
DATES at Prince Rupert, B.C.,
this 2nd day of February, A. D.
1". IS. 4w-f4
TUB  IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY,
SYNOPSIS      OP      COAL      MINING
REGULATIONS.
NOTICE
The eanndian Patriotic Fund.
WH1 those who need assistance
from Mie above fund, resident in the
city or dislirict and whose breadwinner is n« active service with the
forces ef t_;e Empire or her Allies,
kindly not*_j- the secretary ot the
local organization.
tf W. 0   COLLISON,
P.O. Box 735.
^    ''    '
&' .Sr-vsfM N*Sl-
OF
Coal mining rights of the   Dominion  in  Manitoba,  Saskatchewan   and
, . lAlherta,   the   Yukon    Territory,    tlie
TAKE   NOTICE   that   Andrew    W.Northwest  Territories and  a  portion
forms, erbly  mounted,    the    firsl   MaeLean, of Prince Rupert, B.C., oc-|o£ the Province 0f British Columbia
cupation Carpenter, intends to apply may be leased tor a term ot t,ven;
for permission fo prospect for coal ty-on'e years at an annual rental of
and petroleum over the following de- |i per acre. Not more than 2 500
scribed lands on the West Coast of|acres will be leased to one applicant
Graham Island: Commencing at ai Applications for a lease must be
post planted Iwo miles north of the raarte By the applicant in person to
north-east corner of Lot 2433, thenceithe Agent or Sub-Agent of the dts-
north    SO    chains,    thence   east    SO
chalns.i inortu    Ml    chains,    tbence   east    SO itrlct in which  tlie riehts ..iinlied  for
Ihence west SO chains, theme north British in the stand, the Sultan   ap- chains,    Ihence    south     SO    chains,lire S-t°a»«2
SO   chains,  to  point   of   commence-beared,  riding  in  an   open    landau   thence  west  SO  chains  to   point,   of
ment, containing  640  acres more or
less.
ja29 PETER   PIOMRO.
Date located, December 4th, 1914,
Capt. J. McGee
M.M.S.A.
Masters and Mates prepared
for examination. Compass adjuster.
Phone Red 502
"NAUTICAL   ACADEMY"
g       Heigcison Block, opposite
2 Royal   Hot il
oc-_i o-tHKi-saai'i-oiK. chhhkk._«hk«k_ a
^a\ia&a®tt&M-oao&avxH>aa _<kio
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
For Rent
Skeena   Land    District—District    of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that 1 eter Piombo,
of Prince  Rupert,   B.C.,   occupation i tan presented a most royal
Prospecior, intends to apply for per-
icominencement, containing 040 acres
Baiefootod   runner.,  with   wands  ran more   or   Iess,
before the carriage, the coachmen
wen ring a livery trimmed with gold
lace.
Though  small  in stature  the Sul-
appear-
mission lo prospect for i oal and pe-
ance, the fine  traits of his  features
troleum over the following described being noticeable as lie kept his band
lands on the West Coast of Graham
Island:  Commencing at a post, planted live miles east, of the north-east
corner of Lot 2435, Ihence north SO
chaias, thence east 80 chains, thence
south   80    chains,    tlience    west    8«
chains, to  point of   commencement,
containing 64-0 acres more or less.
ja.:i PETER   PIOMBO.
line located, December 4th, 1014.
continuously at the salute. The
troops presented arms as he entered
the palace with the Premier. Then
the Egyptian authorities dipped the
Hag and cried, "Long live the Sultan Hussein I.!" The iiag was dipped   and   the  cry   was    raised    three
ANDREW   W.   MacLEAN.
f1 8 Agent,  Peter  Piombo
Dale  located,  23rd  December,  1014,
limes at a minute's interval.
Then   came   Mr.   .Milne    Cbeethaii
REASONABLE    RATES
Skeena Land Blstrlcl District of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKB NOTICE that Peter Piombo,.
of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupa'tioa tlle Acting British Agent, and other
Prospector, intend, to apply for per- members of the Agency dic.-ed in
mission io prospect for coal and p'e-;
troleum over the following described froch r°ats, and amid the cheers of
lands on the West Coast, of Graham the onlookers they entered the pal-
n Island: Commencing at a post plant-.
% ed live miles cast, or tlie north-east ace- where the Sultan formally reft cornur of Lot 2436, thence north SO ceived them in the Throne Room
Slchalns,    U.cnee    west     SO    chains,!
ace south  SO  chains,  thence east;11"' -"Ran afterwards held a levee,
80  chains, to   point   of   commence- which  was attended by the notables
THE
Continental Trast I
Company
5.»_«!•_>i>aa-_-o-tetoia_■'.-c_k _hso<kh_
The Morning Journal
SOc. per month
ment, containing  640  acres  more er
■  '.
i.i__
PETE'.    PIOMBO.
Date located, December 4th, 1014.
from  all  parts of tlie   country,   together with  the religious and   mill-
' i tary authorities.
February Furniture Sale at George
I). Tile's, nil departments. Record
discounts for nash. flOtf
NOTICE  is  hereby given   thai    on
,ves'
'■'■iiiiis,  to  point  of   commencement,
co il lining  6 10 a'-res more or less.
ja29 PETER   PIOMBO.
Bate located, December 3rd, 1014
tKootoaoooo-oaoootaaoaoora o<>oooMoao-oottoaow<tooono&i}0<
RUPERT MARINE IRONWORKS AND
SUPPLY CO., LIMITED
WATERFRONT,   PRINCK    lit PERT
ENGINEERS,   .MACHINISTS  AND    MACHINERY    CONTRACTOR..
Specialists in  .Mai ine Powei   11 ills; oil, Steam or Gasoline.
li. ('. Coasl Agents for the litltish laiiiuiliiiiii Scml-Dlosel oil En-
gini—Hie ii,'M reliable . nil coi mienl, mid tho chenpesl
power for ii-.bhi'i boats, tu       nd imssengei  \, ssei.;.
Siaiid.-u-d Gas  Engine Company's Engines und Purls in .lock.
<.■'"'..
Skeena Land District—District of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKB NOTICE that Peter Pionbe,
of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
Pi ispector, 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 lour miles north of the north-eastItne 23t° d:l-v nl ■Al,u'1'1' >»'x< applicn-
cornpr of Lot 2437, (hence north SO tion Will he made lo the Superlr.-
chalns, (hence east 80 chains, thence        , . _,
8flf tendent  oi   Provincial  Police and  in
the Hoard of License Commissioners fur the City of Prince Ruperl for
permission to remove the license for
the sale of liquor by wholesale from
the premises known as Lots 16 and
16, Block 32, Section 1, situate i I
Prazer si reel in the City 'of' PvIpc •
Rupert, in the lands described as
Lois 10 and 20, Block 23, Section I,
on Third Avenue in the said City of
Prince Unpen.
DATED  this  ."iii  dnj   of   February,  l :n.".
PRINCE  RUPERT IMPORTING CO.
LIMITED.
VV.  II. Marshall, Manager,
F21mar22      • Applicant,
Skeena  Land  District — District  of
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Andrew VV.
MaeLean. of Prince Rupert, R. C.
occupation Carpenter, intends to apply for permission to prospect for
coal and petroleum over the following described lands on West. Coast
of Graham Island: Commencing at
". post planted two miles north of
lhe north-east corner of Lot 243..,
thonce north So chains, thence west
80 chains, thence soulh SO chains.
Ihence east SO chains, to point of
commencement containing 040 acres
more or less.
ANDREW   W.   MacLEAN.
flS Agent,  Peter  Pioniho.
Date   located,  23rd   December,   1914,
Skeena   Land   Districl   —  District  of
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
TAKB  NOTICE  that    Andrew   W.:
MaeLean,  of   Prince  Rupert,   B.    C.,|
occupation Carpenter, intends io apply   for  permission   to  prospect    fori
conl  and  petroleum  over the  follow-1
Ing   described  lands   on    the   West I
Coasl   "f Graham  Island:   Commencing at a posl planted two miles north
and-one mile easl ol the   north-easl
corner of Lot  243.., thence north SO
chains, thence easl  SO chains, thence
south   80    chains,   thence    west    SO
hains   to   poinl   of   commencement,
containing 0 m acres more or less.
ANDREW   W.   Mad E _N.
flS Agent,  Peter Piombo.
Date located  23rd December,  1014.
Daily Journal
SOc per month
Save Dollars »( George 1). Tito's
Furniture  Sale—everything  reduced
Drapery Goods, Curtains, Pules
Carpets and Rugs—U3 per cont.  ilis.
count   nt  George  D. Tile's. flOtf
In surveyed territory the land
must be described by sections, or
legal subdivisions of sections, and
in tinsurvoyed territory the tract applied for shall be staked out by the
applicant  himself.
Bach application must be accompanied by a fee of $5, which will be
refunded if the rights applied for
are not available, but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the
merchantable output of the mine at
lhe rate of five cents per ton.
The person operating the mine
shall furnish the Agent with sworn
returns accounl ing for the full
Quantity of merchantable coal mined
and pay tke royalty thereon. If the
c». I mining rights are not being operated, such returns should he fur
nished at least once a year.
Tke leaso will include Ihe coal
mining rights only; but the lessee
may be permitted to purchase whatever _■-. .dial-,;,- surface rights may be
consilered necessary for the working of the name at tlie rate of $10
psr acre.
For  full    information   application
_J_euld be made to tiie Secretary   nf
the  Department of the Interior,   Ot
iawa,   or   to   any    Agent    or     Sub-
Aaeit  of Bow-nioa Lands.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy Minister of the Interior
NOTICE   OF   CANCELLATION
RESERVE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GJVEN that
the Reserve existing on Detention
Island by reason of a Notice published In thc British Columbia Gazette on
the 30th of May, 1111 2. is hereby can
celled.
R.  A.  RENW1CK,
. '    Deputy Minister (r Lands
Department of Lands,
Victoria, B.C.,
October   10th,   1314.       02 !
'       _
*"
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'      '.'
".   '■      r
Royal Naval College ot Canada.
.-;'
'    I
Steel, linn, Oils, Wire Uojie, IftilatJi   Helling,  ... C..   Wood   Pulleys-
Coluj ' ronzc   l'_"]r :l.,   , tttonigc Batteries,  ..ytinnrios ;m__
IMurltic    '.
i (juinmenl
impairs,
I   stufl'   for    muohine   unrl    n_i.ii
P.O   l> ■'   !■*■■ TELEPHONE 313
0*_-lKnH*l.o OlKKUl <__<_■_. tn. <HS (._ 0 O _lt-0OO_«l. OD_-_n<Wa,>Ott_H-<_0<i<vi5
Corporation   of   the   City of   Pi-ine
Rupert.
Bylaw   No.    220,    Eleventh    Avenue
Plank  Road, Contract  No.  i.
- ED TENDERS will be re
ceived by E. A. Woodi . City Cl rk
up till :< p.m., Monday, 15th Fehru
nr,' for the consi ruction of a si. ■ - i
fool plank roadvfay on !'':•■' nth
. :■ a-iiii , iii- Reserve, frnr
N ini b   v ■ i ii-," to All er    v ■
■ lay  be ■  .-■;  and  speclflca
ainctl al the City Engineer'
I"-   Hall
Phe lowed or any tender nol nee
acce] ted,
The next examination for the e
try of Naval Cadets, will be held at,
the examination centres of the Civil
Service Commission in May, 111!.".,
successful candidates joining the college on or about Isl August. A^M-
catlons for entry will he reoe.re_H v.n(
to 16th April by the S«cr«it.i-'»', tPntf
Service Corami.nion, Ottawa, from-
whom blnnk entry forim. can now be
obtained.
Candida.en for Hie examination la
.id,.   MASON,
Citj   K igii
July,  1915
Further details can be obtained en,
aixpHcoition to the undersigned.
(5. .1. DBSBARATS,
Di ■ ui i Minister ef H_e Naval   Service
'ii.-.iN-i'.ient of the Maval Swvite,
Ottawa, Ja»t_a«y 8th,  IM _
'-ii-iiiiiiiii-i::ed   eiiMicauioii    of    tills
ndvertlsemen! will not. be paid for.-
JAKES GILNORE
ARCHITECT
Second  Ave. Near McBrlde  St.
HOTEL DIRECTORY
O0<WWV<>0HZ0 OO CH5-CHKHS o O O 0-00
GUARANTEED
American Sill.
HOSIERY
&   WE    WANT   VOP   TO   KNOW
g THESE   HOSE
tt They stood the test when _U
_ others failed. They give real
g foot coenfort. They have no
§ seams to rip. They never became lootH- and baggy as the
shape is l«iit in, not pressed in.
Thc-y are GUARANTEED for
fineness, for sty!., for superiority' of material and workmanship, aowelutely slalul s.and tolu
ii wear s«t month without holes
B  er replttced   by new pairs free.
Our Free Offer
To every one .ending us 50c
to cover shipping charges, we
will send, subject to duty, absolutely   free:
'Sfiree  pairs  of   our   famous
men's     A M E R 1 C A 'J    SILK
S  HOSE with  written   guarantee,
J any coler. or
a      Three  pains of   our   Ladies'
5 Hose,  iu   _ih_ek,  Tun  or   White
6 nolors, with  written guarantee.
| DON'T DELAY—Offer ex-
H plres when dealer in your loft calit»' is selejtod. Give color
P and size desired.
O The International Heslery Co.
K 21  Dittner Street
K   Dayton, Ohio - U.S.A.
-_hxi _Ha-a<K«J_i _hhkh3 _i_»ch.-a-oiKKiS
lW»_«»ia«0<HKKK««HKHKH_«_
I    THE MOST COMFORTABLE
Members  of  the  Prince  Rupc.
Licenseil Vintners' Association
WINDSOR    HOTEL
<>>r. ol  Kir.t Ave. nnd  Eigblli  Si.
W. (I. Wright, Prop.
HOTEL CENTRAL
First  Ave   and  Seventh  St.
European  «od   American   Pluns
Sl.oii t<- !)!:_..".(» Per Da)
Peter   HIiK'k.   Prop.
Eii'sl
iin.l
KNOX  HOTEL
Ave,     Del ween     !''igl|(|,
Xlutli
European Plan,  flutes "><K' to 1.1.00
Per Day
Besner  .v   llcsuer.  Props.
EMPRESS   HOTEL
.1. Y. Rooheste"- V. D. Cnsley
Tliinl  ,\ve.  Between Sixth iiud
Seven Hi  si i.
European Plan;  I30e to   $1   Per Dnj
ROYAL HOTEL
Oorley iV  Burgess, Props,
Third   Ave.  und   Sixth   St.
European Plan Steam Hciatcl
IVill
IN THE CITY
Answers nil calls day and night
Phone 99
Stand:     Hotel    Prince    Ruperl
_
»(S-_iO»G-_.S-Hro.>_.&_HW5^
New Wellington
Tlie Favorite Household Conl
Cleanest, llriglilcst nnd Host
Rogers ic Albert
Second Avenue Phone 116
May in*i  musl be between the affoBi'	
of  fourteen  and  sixteen  on   tiie  ls_j-J-,EAV.ER     WHOLES \l.l.     LIQUOR
SO.,   LIMITED)
Second  Ave.  and  Sivt.ii  St.
Phone  1P2
af-fflNCE Rt'PEIlT I.IPOIM'ING CO,
LIMITED
Fraser and Sixth Sts
I-lione   7

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