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VOL. V.
PRINCE RUPERT, B.C., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3,  1915.
Price  5  Cents.
NO. 62
ITALTS RESERVISTS ORDERED TO COLORS
AUSTRO GERMANS MAY INVADE SERVIA
SECOND AUSTRALIAN CONTINGENT REACHES EGYPT
ALLIES HOLDING THEIR OWN ON FRENCH TERRITORY
German Attacks Mode
In France Have Been
Repulsed By Allies
GERMAN BLEW UP
BOUNDARY BRIDGE
RAILWAY ■CROSSING OF THE ST.
CROIX  RIVER DYNAMITED
BY ALIEN.
An Officer of the Germun Army Admits Thaf He Blew Up the
Bridge.
Vanceboro, Maine, Feb. 2.—An attempt was made last night to destroy
the railroad bridge over the St. Croix
River, the boundary between Maine
and New Brunswick. One of the three
spans was blown up with   dynamite.
Rumors of a German plot led to
the arrest of Werner Van Home, of
New York, at a local hotel. He admitted he was a German officer and
had done the deed with a dynamite
cap. The plan of the bridge and a
German flag were ln his pockets. He
said he dynamited the bridge because his country was at war with
Great Britain.
The bridge connects the Maine
Central and the Canadian Pacific
Railway lines. The damage done was
slight and can be repaired in a day.
Van Home is imprisoned under
guard awaiting trial.
Paris, Feb. 2.—An official report
says from the sea to Lys the Genua i
artillery has tried without success to
reduce our batteries.
In the section of Arras the riile
firing continued throughout the
night Of February 1-2. The infantry
did not attack. Near Soissons we
have done some damage to the enemy's batteries and repelled an attack of the Infantry. Fresh progress
was made near Perthes-les-Surkus.
In Argonne we repulsed the German attack.
In Vosges, Uffholz was bombarded during the night. Our troops
made progress toward Burnhauptle
bas.
To Form New Cabinet.
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More Australians In Egypt
London, Feb.  2.—The second Australian contingent has arrived
in Egypt.    It has joined the first contingent.
INTENDED TO SHIP FISH
BY PRINCE RUPERT ROUTE
Trawler Knickerbocker Should Have
Called Here This Trip—Message
Not Received In Ketchikan To the
United States Fishing Vessel
Austro-German Army
To Make Third Invasion
Of Servian Territory
DAUGHTERS OF EMPIRE
ELECTED  ITS  OFFICERS
Annual Meeting of the Local Chapter
Transacts General
'Business.
Lisbon, Feb. 2.—Gen. Pimenta
Castro, former minister of war, has
been charged by the president with
the formation of a new cabinet.
The fish trawler Knickerbocker of
the New England Fish Company intended to ship its 175,000 pounds
of halibut east over the G.T.P. Supt.
Nunan of tne local management had
ready five cars to take the fish, but
unfortunately the cable to Ketchikan
was not working well and the word
was not received there.
Paris, Feb. 2.—Confirmation has
been received of the report of the
intention of a great Austro-German
army to attempt a third invasion of
Servian territory. These troops were
actually concentrated along the line
extending from Tekia to Schefkia.
The Servian general of staff is fully
confident that the issue will be favorable to the Servian arms. The troops
of the army are both morally and
materially declared to be in excellent
condition.
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PANAMA  CANAL  WILL
NOT OPEN TILL JULY
IRISH HEARTS
BEATING TRUE
IN    SPITE    OF     ATTEMPTS     TO
DRAW IRELAND AWAY, MAIN
SECTION LOYAL.
Attempts   Were  Made  by   Germany
to  Draw    the  Old
Island.
south with her cargo of 175,000
pounds in spite of the fact that the
cars were all ready here. The five
cars prepared would not have taken  |>,.,.sident   Wilson  Announces Change
care of the whole of the fish but
other provision would have been
made for the remainder.
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While   the   Knickerbocker's    catch
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went south, there is no reason   for
believing that future shipments will
In  consequence  the  vessel  passed'not be made regularly by this port.
in the Date of the Formal
Opening.
Washington,  Feb.   1.—The  formal
Recent events in Ireland have
made it as clear as anything can be
that has not been proved in a court
of law, that Germany is spending
money like water to seduce the Irish
from their allegiance to the British
Empire, and that she is throwing
her money  away.    With  the  fatuity
HOW THE TWO FLEETS COMPARED
IN THE NORTH SEA NAVAL BATTLE
The British Had Slightly The Advantage In The Tonnage But In The Matter Of Gun Power The Home Fleet Was Very Much Superior To The
Attacking Force Of The Kaiser—How The Vessels Compared In The
Fight Which Took Place Over A Week Ago When The  British Won
The election of officers for the
Daughters of the Empire for the
coming  year    resulted    as    follows:
Regent, Mrs. Du Vernet; first vice-
regent, Mrs. Dawson; second vice-
regent, Mrs. Naden; standard bearer, Mrs. George Tlte; secretary, Miss
R. M. Davles; treasurer, Miss Du
Verne I.
The Chapter having become so
large, a resolution was passed at the
annual meeting to elect ten councillors, the following being chosen
by ballot: Mrs. McMullin, Mrs. De
Gex, Airs. Roberson, Mrs. Ritchie,
Mrs. Collison, Mrs. Dunn, Mrs. McMordie, Mrs. Pattullo, Mrs. Palmer,
and Mrs. Ling.
A vote of thanks was given to
Mrs. McMullin for having so efficiently and kindly carried out the
arduous duties which had fallen to
the regent during the year.
In connection with the sea fight
which took'place a week ago Sunday
in the North Sea the following facts
are Interesting with respect to the
two fleets engaged.
British Fleet.
The Lion and Princess Royal were
built In 1912-13. They have a displacement of 27,000 tons, while the
length of lhe vessels was 0(10 feei
and the beam 88 1-2 feel. The
speed was 27 knots. The armor consisted of 9-Inch belt and 10-Inch turrets. The armament was 10—
13.5 Inch guns, firing a projectile
of 1400 pounds. They had two torpedo tubes and lfi—4 inch quick-firing guns. The complement of officersj
and men was 980 each.
The New Zealand was built in
1911-13. The displacement was 19,-
000 tons, while the vessel measured
555 feet in length and 80 feet
beam. The speed was 25 knots.   The
Italian Reservists To Join Colors
London,  Feb.  2.—The  Italian reservists living in England have
been warned to prepare to respond to the call to the colors.
armor was 7-inch belt and turrets,
while the armament was 8-—12 inch
guns; two torpedo tubes, and 16—4
Inch quick firers. She carried 790
officers and men.
The Indomitable was built in 1908-
9, and bad a displacement of 17,250
tons, with a length of 530 feet nnd
a speed of 2 5 knots. The armor was
7-inch belt, nnd turrets, with armament consisting of 8—12 Inch guns,
and 1(1—4 Inch. She carried 780
men.
■ The Tiger was built In 1911 and
was of 28,000 tons displacement,
with 060 feet in length and 28 knots
speed. She had 10-Inch belt armor.
The armament was 8—12 inch guns;
3 torpedo tubes, and 12—6 inch.
The complement of officers and men
was 1100.
German    Fleet.
Derflinger, built in 1914 with a
displacement of 26,200 tons, length
689 feet, beam 95 feet, speed 26 1-2
knots. Her armor was 12-Inch, and
she carried 8—12 inch guns, 4 torpedo tubes, 12—5.9 quick firers, 12
—21 pounders, also some anti-air
craft-guns. She carried  1125 men.
Seydlitz, built in 1913, with ii,-
600 tons displacement, and with a
length  of  656   feet;   speed    26  1-2
knots; armor 12-inch. The guns were
10—11 inch; 12—6.9 Inch; 12—21
pounders; 4 torpedo tubes. She carried 1108 men.
Moltke, built in 1911-12, with 22,-
640 tons displacement. She was 610
feet long, 96 1-2 beam, and armor
11-inrh. The guns were 10—'ll Inch;
12—5.9' Inch; 12—21 pounders; 4
torpedo tubes. She carried 1013 men.
Blucher, built In 1906, with 15.-
550 ions displacement; length 527
feet; speed 24 knots; armor 7-Inch.
Tlie guns were 12—8.2 inch; 8—5.9
inch; 16—12 pounders; 4 torpedo
tubes. She had 8S8 men.
The naval battle in the Nortli Sea
is the first time that two nenrly
equal squadrons of modern ships of
the  line  have  met.   Eight  years ago
opening  of  the   Panama  Canal    will j which seems to have marked all her
probably be  postponed    until   about|diplomatic    moves    in    the    present
(Continued   on   Page  Four.) struggle she has taken seriously the
_.  'vaporings of half a dozen men who
have always been even more hitter
enemies of John Redmond and the
Irish parliamentary party than they
have been of England, and has built
great hopes of an Irish rebellion
which will take England in the flank
where her armies are fighting the
Germans on Ihe Continent.
A good many people were surprised when It was learned the other
day that Sir Roger Casement, a
former British consul, who Is even
now drawing a pension from lhe
British Government, had gone to
Germany and entered into fraiiorous
ed in 1912. Both the Princess Royal'relations with the Kaiser's govern-
and the New Zealand were laid down ment, but it was no surprise to those
in  1911  and  commissioned  In   1913,|»'"" had  fnllowel  Sir  Roger's career
since his retirement from lhe public
service about a year ago. lie has
been closely associated with the little
tlie former at Harrow and the second at Govan. The Seydlitz was laid
down at  Hamburg In  1912 and coin-
group   of  lialf  a    dozen    extremists
Dieted In   1918, while thc   Derflinger Wh0 have done all in  their power to
was laid  down  In  the same yards  In
cripple  the  constitutional   struggle
1913 and has been rushed lo COm-jfor ,,,„„,, „„,,. becaugB nicy wished
plellon since the war broke out. The „, „„,, ,,„, ,„.|||Kh ,„,„„,,,,,„„ .,,,„„.
Tiger   was    laid    down    In    1913    at lutely, and  believed  the only way to
Clydebank   and   was   commissioned
last fall.
Ship for ship, therefore, the Germans had the superiority of modernity. As a matter of fact, comparison
shows that ship for ship the British
vessels were each much superior In
gun power nnd general design to the
approximate contemporary opposed
to them. This is a remarkable trib-
(Continued on  Page Four, i
do BO was by force.
Mool of these men are idealists
and cranks Of the first water, and
there Is no denying that the acquisition of a practical man like Sir
Roger Casement gave them an Importance thai they would not otherwise have attained. Sir Roger will
be remembered for his work In exposing the Congo atrocities, and later
(Continued  on   Page Three.)
not one of the nine battle cruisers;
engaged was in the water. The oldest Is the Indomitable, laid down in
1907 at Clydebank and commissioned in 1908. Next comes the Blucher.
laid down nt the German naval dockyard at Kiel in 1908 and commissioned in 1908. The Moltke was laid
down in the Blolim and Voss yards
at Hamburg In 1910 and. was completed In 1912. The Lion was laid
down in the naval dockyards at
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French Airmen Dropped Bombs
Bernes, Feb. 2.—French airmen dropped bombs on the famous
llomberg castle In Alsace today. A group of important staff officers were residing there. The building was set on (ire and burned
to the ground. Wednesday, "February  3,  1915.
PRINCE    RUPERT    JOURNAL
prince Hupett journal
public.   Knockers who   are   cutpably «HWRWHM«HW^^
Telephone 138.
O. H. NELSON, Editor.
ignorant of the facts connected with
the  running   of the   institution   are;
guilty of a  crime.
Product No.
ROMANCE   II
NGES
ON  PROSAIC  SOCKS
Office: 128 Third Avenue East,
near McBride Street. Telephone 138;
Postoffice Box 607.
DAILY   EDITION.
Published    every   morning    except
Monday.  Delivered  by carrier in  the
city at the following rate, if paid in
advance:—
One  Vear    $5.00
Six  Months    $2.50
Three  Months    $1.25
If   not   paid   In   advance,
per Month    $0.50 "
WEEKLY  EDITION.
Published every Friday for circu-|the front In Winnipeg it could   only
lation   outside   the   City   of   Princeh)e expected thai the same sentiments
Rupert at $2.00 a year, addressed to
points in Canada; or $3.00 a year to Iof admiration  and   affection    would
all   points   in the United   Kingdom,|creep In  to give spice and color   to
the   United States or other   foreign
countries.
Winnipeg Girls Knitting for Soldiers
Have  Been  Known lo  Enclose
Notes in Foot Garments,
Romance and chivalry have gone
hand in hand ..ince the beginning of
I the world, and with hundreds of
'sturdy  warriors preparing to  go   to
Advertising  Rates   Upon  Application
Wednesday, February 3, 191E
THE HOSPITAL HOARD.
The Liberal organ complains that
the Hospital Hoard is a close corporation. II is no such a thing. The
meetings of the Board are held in
public and are open to the press. The
News strives to make it appear that
the Hospital Board is a Conservative organization. The fact remains
that the notice calling the annual
meeting was duly advertised in all
papers in the city. The Liberals
were strikingly absent from the
meeting.
The News has tried in its mischievous way to interfere ' with the
welfare of the institution. It insinuates that contracts are handed out
to political friends. As a matter of
fact, the Hospital each month calls
for tenders for bread, for groceries,
for meat, and for milk. Each
month these are awarded to the lowest tenderer. Ever since the practice of soliciting subscriptions in the
city has been done away with the
Board has pursued the .practice of
calling for tenders. Thus the institution  ha
the situation,
A handsome young officer with
the 28th Battalion was handed a pair
Of warm, well-knitted gray socks
|whicli had been sent In with several
others for the use of the regiment.
He drew them on one morning and
felt something obstructing the toe.
This proved to be a dainty note written in a cultivated feminine hand on
fine linen paper,
"Dear Soldier,'' it read, "it has
taken me a long time to knit these
socks, for they are the first pair I
have ever tried, but as I have worked away I thought of some soldier
boy wearing them away over in the
trenches in France and I thought
that perhaps sometime when he had
nothing else to do he might write
to me and tell how the fellow in my
socks is getting along, and give me
some news of the war."
The full address of some miss over
in Fort Rouge was given, and Mr.
Officer, who is a young lawyer down
from tiie west, was just inquisitive
enough to investigate. By a little
concentration from his trained legal
mind lie hit upon a plan to secure an
introduction, and,' well—he is now a
hero in the brown eyes of a dainty
damsel whose father is reputed to
he worth several hundred thousand
simoleons.
Many  similar  experiences    are  re-
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s been ensured of the low- corded, and there is a possibility that
est prices in all lines of supplies,
The Hospital Board courts any criticism of its work. It objects to any
unfair criticism based upon false
propositions which can with little or
no trouble be ascertained. Of course,
the News may gain its ends. It may
prevent persons who would be well
qualified to serve on the Board and
give service to thc institution from
giving service to such a worthy
cause. The Hospital, like all other
institutions of Ihe kind, requires all
the aid  it  can  get   from  the general
Corporation   of   tlie   City of   Prince
Ruperl.
Bylaw   \o.    220,    Eleventh    Avenue
Plank  Roud, Contract  No.   I.
SEALED TENDERS will be received bj E. A. Woods, City Clerk,
up till 5 p.m., Monday, 15th February, for the construction of a'sixteen
foot plank roadway on Eleventh
Avenue and City Reserve, from
Ninth  Avenue to Albert Avenue.
Plans may be seen and specifications obtained at the City Engineer's
offlci . City Hall,
The Pnven or any tender not necessarily  accepted,
VV.  McG,  mason,
City Engineer.
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SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
For Rent
REASONABLE    RATES
THE
Continental Trust
Company
HE  HIGH  COST  OF   LIVING  RE-
IH-CKIl IIV BtfSTNG VOlIt
Best   Quality    Domestic    Lump    Coal
, .Sll.no Per Too
Besl   Qualify  Washed    Nut   Coal
98.75 Per Ton
delivered
—the—
Union   Transfer   Co.
Prince Rupert, R.C, Phone 811
some hurried marriages will be pull,
ed off before the second contingent
departs   for  the  front.
Contains about 2}4  lbs.
$1.50
SPLENDID FOR PLUMBERS
The sale of Product No. 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 that
30 often drives manufacturers tb the
use of inferior chemicals and 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, soap,  fruit and many others.   It is harmless to
finest plumbing.
DON'T ARGUE DO.VT   PUT   OFF TEST    IT
This preparation has been so generally successful In clearing
drains that it is bought over and over again by those who have
tried It, but Inasmuch as no on can know the actual condition existing within a pipe, it is absoutely impossible for the manufacturer or the dealer to guarantee tbe result.
CHEMICAL PRODUCTS CO., NEW YORK
FOR SALE BY
HARRY HANSON
THE   RELIABLE   PLUMBER
FOR   THE    REST  IN  PLUMBING    AND    HEATING    PHONE   480
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LUMBER
Coal, Cement, Plaster and Brick
AND A COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDERS' SUPPLIES
WESTHOLME LUMBER CO., LTD.
First Avenue       Prince Rupert       Telephone 186
Thompson Hardware Co., Limited
Rifles and Shot Guns
Ammunition
Camping Supplies
PHONE 101, P.O. DRAWER 1645 330 SECOND AVE.
Skeena Land District—District of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Peter Piombo,
of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for per-
mission to prospect for coal and petroleum over the following described
lands on the West Coast of Graham
Island: Commencing at a post planted three miles north of tlie north-east
corner of Lot 24.17, thence north SO
chains, thence east SO chains, thence
south SO chains, thence west SO
chains, to point of commencement,
containing fi-10 aires more or less.
ja20 PETER   PIOMBO.
Date located, December 3rd, 1014.
LUM
SHINGLES, MOULDINGS, SASH, DOORS
Prince Rupert Lumber Co.
FIRST AVE. AND .McBRlDE ST. PRINCE RUPERT
Phone 25 Branch Yard at Smithers, B.C.
——■
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Skeena   Land    District—District    of
Queen   Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Pe*( r Piombo,
of Prince Rupert, B.C.. occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for permission to prospect for coal and petroleum oyer the following described
lands on the West Coast of Graham
Island: Commencing at a posl planted three miles north of the north-east
corner of'Lot 2437. thence north SO
chains, thence west 80 chains, thence
soulh 80 chains, thence east .so
chains, to poinl of commencement,
containing G40 acres more or less.
ja2f) PETER   PIOMBO.
Hate located, December 3rd, 1914.
if
Skeena   Land    District—District
Queen   Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Peter Piombo,
of Prince Itupert, B.C., occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for permission to prospect for coal and pe-'
troleum over the following described
lands on Ihe West Coast of Graham
Island: Commencing at a post planted three miles north and one mile
east of the north-east corner of Lot
2437, thence nortli SO chains, thence
east .80 chains, (hence south SO
chains, thence west 80 ' chains, to;
point of commencement, containing
040 acres more or less.
ja29 PETER   PIOMBO.
Date located, December 3rd, 1914.
Skeena   Land    District—District    of.
Queen   Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Peter Piombo,
of Prince Rupert, B.C.', occupation!
Prospector, intends to Ttpply for per-'
mission to prospect for coal and petroleum over the following described J
lands on the West Coast, of Graham
Island: Commencing nt a post planted five miles east and one mile north:
of the north-east corner of Lot 2435,
thence north so chains, thence east
80 chains, thence south so chains,'
thence West 80 chains, to point of
commencement, containing fun acres!
more or less.
Ja29 PETER   PIOMDO,
Date Iocs    :. December 4th, 191 I.
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Send for Five Roses
Cook Book—
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Write N»me »nd Addreu plainly
Don't forget to cncloK Ten Canra
in twmp)
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choien from thc contributions of over two thousand
■ucceasful users of Fivt) Roses Flour throughout Canada.
Alto Useful Notes on the various classes of good things
to eat. all of which have been carefully checked and
re-checlccd by competent authority.
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G. T. P. S. S.
Sailings for Vancouver
Victoria and Seattle
S.S.  Prince George every  Friday at O a.m.
S.S. Prince John nt 7 p.m. on Sunday,  February    14, 28, etc.
For Massett and Port Clements S.S. Prince John 10 p.m.  Saturday,
February (I, 20, etc.
For Skidegate, Lockeport, etc., S.S.  Prince John  11   p.m.   Sunday,
February  7, 21, etc.
For Stewart and Naas River S.S. Prince John O   a.m.   Wednesday,
February 10, 24, etc.      *
For Anyox   (Granby Bay)   S.S. Prince George midnight every Wednesday.
G.T.P.   RAILWAY SCHEDULE
Trains leave Prince Rupert for Prince George, Edmonton, Melville,
Winnipeg, etc., at 10 a.ni, Wednesdays and Saturdays, connecting  with  trains  for  St. Paul. Chicago and all  points   east.
Trains arrive  from  the east on Thursdays and Sundays at 0.30 p.m.
G.T.  RAILWAY SYSTEM
The  Double-track   Route
Frem Chicago to Toronto, Hamilton,   Buffalo,    Montreal,    etc.,
etc.
For reservations, tickets and full information regarding travel to
any part of the world apply to the G.T.P. Ticket Office, Third
Avenue;  Agency all Atlnirtic Steamship Lines.
Canadian Pacific Railway
PRINCESS MAY
SOUTHBOUND, SUNDAY 8 P.M.
PRINCESS MAQUINNA,
NORTHBOUND, MONDAY NOON
3. G. McNAB, General Agent, corner Third  Ave.   and   Fourtli   St.
THE UNION STEAMSHIP CO. OF B.C.XTD'
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 :: 031 Second Ave., Phone 508
Agency   Atlantic    Steamships.
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Royal Bank of Canada
HEAD   OFFICE:   MONTREAL ESTABLISHED   1HOI)
Capital     $  11,500,000
Reserved   Fund $ 12,500,000
Total   Assets     $185,000,000
Savings Hunk  Department—$1 will open an account
Branches   Throughout   Canada  and Ranking Connections With All
Parts of the I'nited States.,Agents Throughout (he World.
H.  P.  WILSON,  Manager        - - Prince    Ruperl    Branch
CLEAN UP AND PAINT UP NOW
O-CEDAR     MOPS,  O-CEDAR MOP POLISH
ALABASTINE   SANITARY   WALL  COATING
WATER HOSE, GARDEN TOOLS,  WATERING  CANS
MARTIN-SENOUR 100  PER Civ\TT. PURE PAINT
PAINT  BRUSHES, -LAWN  MOWERS AND GRASS SHEARS
CARPET    BEATERS,  GARBAGE  PAILS
WINDOW   SCREENS, SCREEN DOORS
—AT THE— '      '
KAIEN HARDWARE CO., eos Third Av.
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Prince Rupert Transfer Co.
—FOR-
Coal, Furniture Moving, Baggage
and Heavy Teaminf
W. J. CRAWFORD, Manager
PHONE 566 Offloe and Residence:
1000 THIRD AVE.
The Morning Journal
50 cents per Month ^fl^i^l
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PRINCE     RUPERT    JOURNAL
Wednesday,  February  3,  191!
ship of the pro-German party whose
names are known outside the circle
IRISH HEARTS
BEATING  1KUE  '"' ,heir Personal friends. What their
 _ following may be it is impossible to
(Continued  trom  Page One.)
those in the Putumayo country. He
is a man of great organizing ability.
tell, but that it is small is proved
by the fact that their utmost efforts
have not prevented Ireland from
supplying Lord Kitchener with a far
He  is  now   70   years  old,   however, .'_ .
'larger number ot recruits in propor-
and it is not likely that he will find I  . _        ,
i tion to its population than England,
the climate of  Ireland  healthy  until 0„_„„„ ,     ,  ,,- ,„      „  ,     ., .,
| Scotland   or  Wales.    Only  Newcastle
long after the war.  Should he return
| and  Derbyshire in England, and the
Highland  districts of  Scotland   have
now  he  is liable  to  be  shot   out  of
hand,  as a  traitor, and  public  opln-  - _     ,   , ...
| done better than  Ireland,  and   most
ion in Ireland is such that he would
find  it extermely  difficult to  hide.
Irish    Pro-Germans.
of  the  Newcastle  recruits  are  Irishmen.
It Is only fair to say at once that
Next to Sir Roger Casement, the all these men are men of high per-
best known figure among the little'sonal character and that no one sis-
group of, Irish pro-Germans is .Iim|1)ects that tney nave 1)ei.sonally been
I.arkiu, the labor leader, who leapt bought. Everyone Is convinced, how-
Into fame through tbe Dublin trans-|ever. that their propaganda is b.?'ng
port workers' strike a couple of financed either directly or indirectly
years ago. Irish politicians and British labor leaders soon took Larkin's
measure. He is a man of a good deal
of natural eloquence, but 'of little
ability and is not considered dangerous.   On   the   literary  side  the   only
men of any consequence associated
with the pro-German party are Prof.
John MacNelll, who occupies tho
chair of Gaelic at tbe National University, and Arthur Griffiths, editor
of the weekly newspaper "Sinn
Fein." Both are men of high literary
atainments, but if they are practical sands throughout the length and
politicians or military leaders they I breadth of Ireland In motor cars and
have still to display those qualities, distributed free
by Germany. A man who has .just
returned to Dublin from a trip ail
round Ireland tells me that there can
be no doubt that large quunlit'ei, of
German money are being spent here
now, and have been spent here for
the last three or four years. Little
weekly papers like Sinn Fein, Larkin's Irish Worker, Prof. MacNeili's
Irish Volunteer, and Irish Freedom,
which had a weekly circulation of a
few hundreds each and a struggle to
exist, are now being carried in thou-
When   these   four   men    have    been
named  we  have  the  whole member-
Motor cyclists with side cars full
of the papers and of seditious pam
phlets emanating from their offices,
have penetrated the mountains and
glens of Connemara, Donegal, and
even Antrim, scatering the stuff
broadcast among the peasantry.
Literature in Gaelic has even been
provided for the Irish-speaking districts. Hundreds of thousands of dollars have been spent on this campaign during the last two months. I
am told that a good many of these
pro-German colporteurs seem to be
returned Americans, and my friend
met two at least who spoke English
with a strong German accent, but
who claimed to be American citizens, it Is quite likely, however,
that they may have come direct from
Berlin with some of the passports
that have been stolen from American
tourists since the war began. Lody,
the spy who was shot a few weeks
ago, was arrested, it will be remembered, at Killarney, and he was travelling with a passport, that had been
stolen  from an American.
People in Ireland are also recalling the fact that for some years past
Ireland has been infested with German 'pedlars of hooks, cheap musical
Instruments, gaily colored shawls
and trinkets of all kinds. They have
penetrated Into the most out-of-the-
way districts and paid special aten-
tion to the mountains of Donegal
and the coast region of the nortli
and northwest. One of their favorite
lines was a gaudy lithograph of the
Kaiser, who they always declared
was a true friend of Ireland. They
sold this for a few pence, and it may
be on the wall of many an Irish
cabin, whose owner has a son fighting for King George and who has no-
idea that the Kaiser is the enemy
against whom his son is serving. It
is quite evident now that a great
proportion of the goods carried
round by these pedlars was sold at
less than cost and that the men
were nothing more or less than spies
preparing for the invasion of ire-
land, which the Kaiser apparently
still   fondly   hopes   to   carry   out.
his arm In defence of the robber
empire is a traitor to his race. England is our one enemy in the whole
world."
"Sinn Fein" has been carrying r n
a campaign of almost equal virulence, and has been devoting itself
especially to hindering recruiting. It
has been making an insidious appeal
to the morality of the Irish by depicting the British army as a sink of
Iniquity, and predicting ruin for every clean-minded and pious Irishman
who joins it. it has also been declaring, altogether without foundation,
that the  War Office has   refused   to
Dispose   of Slander,
In  this connection It may  be well
to   dispose   once   and   for   all    of   a
,     . ,. ,   , , 'appoint. Human Catholic chaplains lo
slander which  has received  wide currency   in   this  country.    It   has  been
stated   that   the   mine    field    off  the
Northwest  coast in  which  the Auda-
the  new   regiments.
Why Such Censorship?
This is the sort of stuff that is al-
not have accomplished any more
than De Wet has by his last rebellion. At any rate, the brains of the
pro-German parly in Ireland Is now
safely out of the way.
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of German officers. Now, there are
no steam fishing boats on the Northwest coast except a few owned in
Dublin, the character of whose owners is above suspicion. One can not
conceive of a mine field being laid
by sail boats, and in any case, could
he mines have reached Ireland? It.
is much more likely that they were
laid by German trawlers flying a
neutral flag.
I have heard of a few cases during the last week or two in which
pedlars suspected of being German
have been mobbed and badly beaten
by the Donegal and Connemara peasantry, and then handed over to the
police. They were able in every case
to prove their innocence. The men
who have been doing the serious
spying have not been seen in Ireland since the beginning of the war.
This is only one example of the
temper of the Irish people. A few
nights ago the Sinn Feiners tried
to hold an anti-recruiting meeting in
Galway City. They were mobbed,
and so serious did the situation become that they had to appeal to the
police to protect them. They were
guarded in their hotel all night, alfd
placed safely on a train for Dublin
In the morning. Similar scenes have
occurred in other parts of the conn
try. There may he a little disaffec
tion among a few individuals but the
grant of Home Rule has clinched
Ireland's loyalty to the Empire and
her sons are enlisting in thousands
to  fight  for  the  King,  and    even  a
Ireland while decent and loyal newspapers are rigidly censored. No one
can understand why, unless the authorities have made up their minds
that to deal with the authors as they
deserve would be.to give them a fictitious importance by making martyrs of them. In the present temper
of the Irish people there is no danger of that, and the Irish Members
of Parliament have been among the
foremost in urging the Government
to take vigorous action. Mr. BIrrell,
the Irish chief secretary, when questioned about the matter In Parliament has turned it off with a joke,
and Sir Stanley Buckmaster, the
chief censor, made the pitiful plea
that the matter was not submitted to
him before publication, and that,
therefore, he could not deal with it.
He has not taken that attitude In
cases where important newspapers
have omitted through inadvertence
to submit matter to him.
It is now an open secret that Germany armed both the Ulster volunteers and the Irish volunteers for
the civil war that they thought   was
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TAKE NOTICE that Peter Piombo,
of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for permission to prospect for coal and petroleum over the following described
ands on the West Coast of Graham
Island: Commencing at a post planted five miles east of the north-east
corner of Lot 2435, thence r^st 80
chains, thence south 80 chains,
thence west 80 chains, thence north
SO chains, to point of commence
ment, containing 640 acres more or
less.
ja29 PETER   PIOMBO.
Date located, December 4th, 1914.
Skeena Land District—District of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Peter Piombo,
of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for permission to prospect for toal and petroleum over the following described
lands on the West Coast of Graham
Island: Commencing at a post planted five miles east of the north-east
corner of Lot 2435, thence north 80
chains, thence east 80 chains, thence
south 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
ja29 PETER  PIOMBO.
Date located, December 4th, 1914.
Skeena   Land    District—District    of
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Peter Piombo,
of  Prince  Rupert,    B.C.,   occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for permission to prospect  for coal and petroleum over the following described
lands on the West Coast of Graham
Island:  Commencing at a post planted  live  miles east  of  the ndVth-east
[corner of Lot 2435, thence north SO
I chains,     thence     west     80     chains,
[thence south  80  chains, thence east
80   chains, to   point   of   commencement,  containing  640  acres more or
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Date located, December 4th, 1914.
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TAKE NOTICE that Peter Piombo,
of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for permission to prospect for coal and petroleum over the following described
lands on the West Coast of Graham
Island: Commencing at a post planted four miles north of the north-east
corner of Lot 2437, thence north 80
chains, thence east 80 chains, thence
south 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, to jioint of commencement,
containing 040 acres more or less.
ja29 PETER   PIOMBO.
Date located, December 3rd, 1914.
ute to the superiority of the Admiralty design and construction, The
Germans waited until they had details of the latest British ship and
then copied it, modifying the design
to suit the shallow waters in tlie
Nortli Sea, aud of the Kiel Canal,
but until recently making the blunder of arming their ship with guns
lighter than their model ill the British navy, it is a blunder that cost
the Blucher her life.
An axiom of successful warfare is
to concentrate superior force on the
enemy at a critical point. Converted
into naval terms It means that the
number of ships being equal, there
must be a superiority of gun fire
and, if possible, of speed, to secure
a reasonable certainty of success.
This reasonable certainty was present in this case, thanks to superior
design, and with five to four the issue could not have been in doubt.
How great was this superiority is
shown by the case of the Blucher, a
blunder ship if there ever was one.
The following quotation is taken
from Brassey's naval annual of 1910,
"Nauticus" referred to being the
well-known German naval writer:
"Particulars of the armored cruiser
Blucher were first made public by
'Nauticus' remarking that she was
not the equal either in power or
speed of the contemporary Indoml
tables. She was built in the belief
that the Indomitable displaced only
15,000 tons, and when the facts be
came known it was too late to alter
the Blucher. This is now fully admitted in Germany. Count Reventlow
says Germany was deceived and
must lead instead of endeavoring to
follow."
Comparing the two squadrons
there was a total German tonnage
of 90,830, to the British 116,750,
the slowest ship being the New Zealand with a designed speed of a
third of a knot less than the Blucher.
But in gun power the comparison is
overwhelmingly in favor of Admiral
Beatty's squadron. Between them
the Tiger, the Lion and the Princess
Royal carried twenty-four 13.5 inch
guns, while the New' Zealand and
Indomitable contributed sixteen 12-
inch guns. Against these the Derflinger opposed eight 12-inch guns,
the Seydlitz and the Moltke between
them twenty 11-inch guns, and the
Blucher twelve 8.2-inch guns. All
were under-gunned as compared with
their opponent. They carried indeed
a much more numerous and heavier
secondary armament than the British squadron, but no doubt this was
never brought into action. The Ad
miralty reliance on big guns was
proved up to the hilt, and the gun
fire preponderance of the British
squadron was as great as was that of
the Scharnhorst and Gneisenau over
the Good Hope and Monmouth.
Longer range and heavier metal did
it, backed by the wonderful morale
of the Royal Navy and superb
marksmanship.
The Moltke was a sister ship to
the Goeben. All four German ships
took part in the raid on the Yorkshire coast recently and curiously
enough all our British ships, under
Admiral Beatty, were engaged In
the successful action off Heligoland
Bight a couple of months ago.
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suggested as a more satisfactory one
for the exercises than that of March
6.
The president indicated that he
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west 80 chains; thence north 80
chains; thence east 80 chains, to
point of commencement, containing
640 acres more or less,
J. V.  RITTENHOUSB.
Dated October 24th, 1914.
Skeena   Land District — District o
Coast, Range 5.
TAKE NOTICE ihat I, Philip
Chesley, intend to apply for a licence
to prospect for coal and petroleum
on the following describe.1 lands.
Commencing at a post planted about
half a mile north of the Beaver
River and 4 1-2 miles west of the
Cedar River; thence west SO chains,
llience seuth SO chains, thence east
80 chains, thence r.orth 80 chains to
t..e point of commencement, containing. 640 acres, to be known as P.
Chesley's No. 11 claim.
PHILIP CHESLEY, Locator.
Located  August 20th,  1914.     olC
TOWING GARBAGE SCOW.
Tenders will be received by the
undersigned up to 5 p.m., Monday,
February 1st, 1915, for the towing
of Garbage Scow. Tenders must be
on "Information for Bidders an*
Tender Form," to be obtained from
City Clerk.
ja29 ERNEST A. WOODS,
City Clerk.
NOMCE.
The Canadian Patriotic Fund.
Will those who need assistance
from the above fund, resident ln the
city or district and whose bread-
wlaner Is on active service with the
forces of the Empire or her Allies,
kindly notify the seoretary of the
local organization,
tf W. H   COLLISON,
P.O. Box 735.
OF
SYNOPSIS      OF      COAL
REGULATIONS.
MIXING
Royal Naval College of Canada.
The next examination for the entry of Naval Cadets, will be held at
the examination centres of the Civil
Service Commission in May, 1915,
successful candidates joining the college on or about 1st August. Applications for entry will be received up
to 15th April by the Secretary, Civil
Service Commission, Ottawa, from
whom blank entry forms can now be
obtained.
Candidates for the examination in
May next must be between the ages
of fourteen and sixteen on the 1st
July, 1915.
Further details can be obtained on
application to the undersigned.
G. J. DESBARATS,
Deputy Minister of the Naval   Service.
Department of the Naval Service,
Ottawa, January 8th, 1915.
Unauthorized publication of this
advertisement will not be paid for.—
72858. ja28
Skeena Land District — District of
Coast — Range 5.
TAKE NOTICE that H. Bell-Irving & Co., Ltd., of Vancouver, B.C.,
occupation Salmon Canners, intend
to apply for permission to purchase
the following described lands: Commencing at a post planted at high
water on easterly side of De Horsey
Island and about two miles In a
north-easterly direction from Parry
Point; thence west 20 chains; thence
south 20 chains, thence east 20
chains more or less to shore-line;
thence northerly and easterly following tbe sinuosities of the shoreline to point of commencement and
containing 40 acres more or less.
H. BELL-IRVING & CO., LTD.
Arthur Kipp, Agent.
Dated August 1st, 1914. aul2
Skeena Land District — District of
Coast, Range 5.
TAKE NOTICE tnat I, Thomas
H. Tracy, intend to apply for a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over the following described
lands: Commencing at a post planted
one mile soutli of the south-wesi corner of P. Chesley's No. 8 claim, being about 1 1-2 miles nortli of the
Benver River and 4 miles west, of
the Cedar River; thence north 80
chains, thence west 80 chains, thence
south 80 chains, thence east 80
chains to this post Tracy No. 12, S.E.
Cor., comprising C40 acres to be
known as T. H. Tracy's No. 12 claim.
THOS. H. TRACY,
Per G. F. Monckton. Agent.
Located August 19th, 1914.      016
Skeena
Land   District—District
Coast, Range 5.
of
TAKE NOTICE that I, Thomas
Henry Tracy, intend to apply for a
licence to prospect for coal and petroleum over the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted one mile south of the southwest corner of H. McLean's No. 8
claim, being about 1 1-2 miles north
of the Beaver River and 3 miles
west of the Cedar River; thence
east 80 chains, ther.ee north 80
chains, thence west 80 chains, thence
south 80 chains to the point of commencement, containing 640 acres, to
be known as T. H. Tracy's No. 11
claim.
THOMAS HENRY TRACY.
Per G. F. Monckton, Agent.
Located  August 20th. 1914.     ol6
Coal mining rights of the Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and
Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the
Northwest Territories and a portion
of the Province of British Columbia,
may be leased for a term of twenty-one years at an annual rental of
$1 per acre. Not more than 2,560
acres will be leased to one applicant.
Applications for a lease must be
made by the applicant in person to
the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in which the rights applied for
are situated.
In surveyed territory the land
must be described by sections, or
legal subdivisions of sections, and
in unsurveyed territory the tract applied for shall be staked out by the
applicant himself.
Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $5, which will be
refunded if the rights applied for
are not available, but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the
merchantable output of the mine at
the rate of five cents per ton.
The person operating the mine
shall furnish the Agent with sworn
returns accounting for the full
quantity of merchantable coal mined
and pay the royalty thereon. If the
coal mining rights are not being operated, siich returns should be fur
nished at least once a year.
The lease will include the coal
mining rights only; but the lessee
may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be
considered necessary for the working of the mine at the rate of $10
per acre.
For full Information application
should be made to the Secretary of
the Department of the Interior, Ot
tawa, or to any Agent or Sub-
Agent of Dominion Lands.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy Minister of the Interior
NOTICE   OF   CANCELLATION
RESERVE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the Reserve existing on Detention
iBland by reason of a Notice published in the British Columbia Gazette on
the 30th of May, 1910, is hereby can
celled.
R.  A.  RENWICK,
Deputy Minister (t Lands
Department of Lands,
Victoria, B.C.,
October  19tb,  1914.      o2i
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