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The Journal
$5.00
a year
—*—<—
VOL.  III.
PRINCE RUPERT, B.C., THURSDAY,  FEBRUARY  5,  1014.
Pi-ice 5 Cents.
High Class
.lob Printinf
in all Lines
NO.   65.
PRINCE GEORGE
BACK ON RUN
THK   G.T.P.  STEAMERS ON   THIS
ROUTE BXOHANG RUNS
AGAIN.
The Prince Rupert Is Now Undergoing Her Annual Overhaul
at Esquimau.
Trim and taut after undergoing
repairs and extensive overhaul at
Esquimau, the Grand Trunk Pacific steamer Prince George is again
in regular commission. She arrived
here yesterday morning with a large
number of passengers.
With the resumption of the Prince
George the Grand Trunk Pacific has
withdrawn the Prince Rupert, which,
after undergoing a preliminary overhaul, will go to Esquimau to be
drydocked.
Much credit is due to Captain C.
H. Nicholson, manager of the G.T.P.
Coast steamships, in maintaining the
semi-weekly service between Victoria and Prince Rupert, following
the temporary disablement of the
Prince George. The Prince John, recently converted into an oil-burner,
was pressed into service and the northern sailings have been operated
without interruption.
This year marks the first occasion
in which the G.T.P. has maintained
a double weekly service to Prince
Rupert throughout the winter
months.
No time will be lost in putting the
Prince Rupert through her annual
overhaul, and with her resumption
early in March the spring schedules
of the G.T.P. will be announced.
Pending her return to the service,
the Prince John and Prince Albert
will continue to alternate.
Among the passengers    were
following:
Mr. Greenwood, F. Dean, Mr.
don, Mrs. Frizzell, Mr. Fletcher
P. L. Drown, Mr. Higgins, .Mrs.
Mrs. Johnson, Mr. Jardine, Mr. I.aw-
ler. Mr. Lloyd Campbell, .Mrs. Bond,
.Mr. Woodward, Mr. Brewster, M,
Read, Mr. .Marshall,    Mr. Hammond,
the
G*i>
, Ifr
Rae,
VADSO SANK IN DEEP
WATER OFF NASOGA GOLF
The Vessel Hit Rock off Ten Mile Point About 3.45 Tuesday Morning And
Within Twenty-Five Minutes Had Sunk In 170 Fathoms of Water-
Crew had to Make Hasty Departure In Two Life Boats Rowing to An-
andale Cannery— Steamer Struck In Dark With Blinding Rains Interfering With  the Outlook From the  Bridge—Boat  Cannot Be  Salved
Mr. and Mrs. Josylen, Mr. Palmer,
J. Madden, Mr. Lewis, Mr. Lavonde,
Miss Bitching, Mrs. Harrington and
family, Mr. Loop and wife, Mrs. A.
E. Thatcher, A. Stewart, Mrs. Grafton, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Vance, Albert Davidson, Mrs. Westway, Mr.
Stirrat, Mr. and Mrs, Vangasleigh,
Mr. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Hipper-
sley, Mr. Surram, Mr. Aitken, Mr.
Darbey, Mr. Dealers, S. A. Craney,
P. Hagget, Mr. Dale, Mrs. Newick,
Mr. Burke, F. C. Devean, Mr. McDonald, Mr. McLean, Mr. McClellan,
Mr, Merridale, Mr. Davidson, Mr.
Corder, Mr. Cullin, Mr. Farkener,
Mr. Armstrong, Mr. Felling, Mr.
Stark, Mr. Wizen, C. Hickey, Mr.
Cameron, Mr. Kendall, Mrs. Holmes,
Mr. and Mrs. Surplus, Mr. Yates,
Mr. Gorman, Mrs. Sampson, Mr. and
Mrs. Lyndon, Mr. Waller, Mr. Anson,
Mrs. Jacobsen and family, Mrs. Benson and Mr. Lucas.
*********        I:***
WOMEN VOTERS. *
  *
Chicago, Feb. 4.—Unofficial *
returns show that 1,538,970 *
Chicago women registered yes- *
terday as qualified legal voters *
under the new Illinois suffrage *
law. The total number of men *
registered yesterday was 85,- *
161. *
Railway Legislation for the Session
MALASPINA TO
GO TO MASSET
MESSAGES     RELATIVE  TO    THE
GRANTING OK PERMISSION
DELAVE1) ON WAV.
Wires Being Down, Telegrams Were
Held   l'p  I'm- Tvtti  Pays'
Time.
Victoria, Feb. 4.—The railway legislation to be brought down
at the end of the present month in the Legislature includes a provision guaranteeing the interest on the bonds of the C.N.It, on at
least four smaller lines at four and one-half per cent, and ratifying what the railway claims was an error made in the legislation
of last year when the Government agreed to increase its bond interest guarantee. Speculation is rife as to what other legislation it
Is the intention of the Premier and his colleagues to Introduce
along this line.
At an early hour Tuesday morning in the face of a blinding rainstorm, the steamer Vadso of the
Union Steamship Company struck a
rock off Ten-Mile Point, which lies
off Nasoga Gulf In tke Portland
Canal, and in less than 25 minutes
plunged down In probably 170 fathoms of water, where it will be Impossible to recover her. The crew
and P. Roosa, of this city, who was
a passenger on board, all made their
escape by two life-boats that were
immediately launched. They arrived
in Prince Rupert by the steamer
Venture  yesterday   afternoon.
The story of the disaster is a .-lion
'one, There was little time given the
crew  to get out  of their beds and
get scanty clothing on and then
make their escape before the vessel
went to her last resting place in
deep water. Probably not more than
twenty or twenty-five minutes ensued between the striking and the
disappearance of the boat.
Captain Richardson, the master of
the vessel,  was not on duty at the
time.   He  had  taken   the  Vadso out
.of Port Simpson about midnight and
I had     then   turned   into   his     berth,
heaving     Pilot    Thompson     on    the
bridge with  the mate.  The steamer
j was proceeding at full speed, making
! for the Naas River, when she struck.
At  the hour at  which  she struck,
about     .'1:45   in   the   morning,     the
j moon had disappeared and ihe wea
ther was anything but good. Ii was
dirty and dark. Gusts of wind and
falling rain made it very trying for
those  on  duty.
According to Captain Richardson
and other members of the crew who
arrived here yesterday afternoon,
the vessel was only a short distance
out of her course when she hit the
rock off Ten-Mile Point .putting out
from  Nasoga  Gulf.
The captain, as soon as the vessel
hit, rushed to the pilot-house,
where he soon realized the situation
was very serious. The steamer bad
struck with her bow and soon began
to drop forward.
He at once turned her head for
the shore-line, which was but a
short distance away, and tried to
beach the ship. The effort, however,
proved futile.
The steamer went down forward,
so that her propeller rose above the
water and she was then doomed.
Finding that she was filling very
rapidly, the order was given to man
tue life-boats and two of these were
coolly launched and provided with
rations. The crew made their way
from the doonied vessel, which im-
| mediately afterwards plunged out of
.sight.
The life crews rowed to Anandale
. Cannery,  a  distance    of  about   Ion
Continued on Page Three.
This  morning at  6:110     the Canadian Government steamer Malasplna,
under the command of Captain New
combe,   of   the   Fishery      Protection
Service,   will  leave  here  for Masset,
making  a  special   trip  tor  the purpose   of   enabling   Miss      Hogan   to
reach her home there in time to at
tend   the     funeral   of   her     father
Bishop  DuVernet  and     Rev.    G.  A.
Rix, together With a few of the more
intimate   friends   of   the   late     Rev.
William  Hogan, will also accompany
Miss Hogan on the trip. Tho steame
will return about Friday noon.
By an unfortunate series o!
circumstances the permission to have
the Malasplna allowed to make th--
trip did not reach the city for two
days. As soon as the situation was
learned here with regard to Miss
Hogan's position and her anxiety to
get to the bedside of her father th.
authorities at Ottawa were communicated with and a message sen;
through the secretary of the Conservative Association here to H. S.
Clements asking him to use his good
offices in the matter.
Just then there came an interruption in the wires and in consequence
the answers were not received from
Ottawa   until   yesterday,     being   two
days  old.   A   message  from  Mr.  Clements  stated   that     the     permission
from  the  department   had  been  obtained  and  that Captain  Newcomho
was   being  so  instructed.   The  message   to   Captain   Newcombe. arrive 5
about  tbe same time    and  a'1   oni ■
Bishop DuVernet mad*, arrangement
to get away by the steamer as -oc i
as it could be done.
 r>—■	
Mr. Angus Stewart returned to th ■
rity  yesterday  morning.
MARKED INTER
!H0WN
On   Watch  In   Vera   Cruz  Harbor     $$Jf)f QQ
W, D. Vance Has Returned From a Trip to the
East and Tells of the Many Who Want to
Learn of Prince Rupert and Opportunities;
POLICE MATTERS
ARE DEALT WITH
THE NEW COMMISSION HELD ITS
tflRST   MEETING   YESTERDAY AFTERNOON.
Recommendations of Chief Received
Fi'om Former Board Are
Considered.
Yesterday afternoon the first
meeting of the new police commissioners was held In the City Hall.
There were present al! the members,
Mayor Newton, Aid. Kerr and A. S.
It. Lucas, these three constituting
tho board. The chief of police and
the city clerk, as the clerk of the
commission, were also present.
The first business that was considered was that of the recommendations of the chief which bad been
passed on from the former hoard.
These were in favor of another police officer being appointed, the purchasing of a photographic outfit for
the taking -of photos of the various
prisoners or exchange with other police headquarters and the purchase
of a filing cabinet in connection with
the finger prints, etc.
The mayor said that with respect
to the extra constable the chief felt
It was a matter of urgency. In view
of thi» financial situation he felt that
this might stand over. The chief
was prepared not to press it, if the
commissioners felt It necessary. He
felt that in case of need temporary
aid might be got if there was press-
lag need.
The other two recommendations
(Continued on Page iwo.)
Among the arrivals in the city
yesterday morning by the Prince
George was W. D. Vance of the Pacific Realty Company who has been
east on a business trip in connection
with the carrying out of the plans
of his company. He brings back the
cheering news that there is everywhere in the east the deepest interest manifested in this city, and if
the expressions that he heard on all
sides are to be considered as worthy
of credence there is going to be ai
tremendous rush into the city with
the coupling up of the steel. On all
sides he heard this expressed. All
are anxious to come here and see for
themselves.
Mr. Vance went as far east as Toronto and visited most of the intervening points of importance. All
wore interested in Prince Rupert. He
says that there was noticeable a
marked ignorance as to what was
being done here already in the developing of this place. He found
prominent business men in these
cities that he visited very much surprised to learn that the Grand
Trunk Pacific had an hotel' under
way of the dimensions planned, or
that there was a drydock of the size
of the one now constructing here
under way.
In Edmonton there was a great
interest shown here. That city seems
to be preparing to come into very
close touch with Prince Rupert and
there will be a very ciose business
relationship established between the
two place?, Mr. Vance thinks. While
he was in the Albertan city he was
kept busy all day long answering
Inquiries about this place and the
possibilities that there were here.
He found also among those who
were  making inquiries that the In-
Tlie Situation In Imperial Affairs Is Sutu Tha'
Britain Cannot Relinquish Ker Supremac
There—Canada's Failure  Is Severely Fel
The above photograph was taken -Tom the rear deck of the U.S. battleship Michigan, one of Rear-Adml'.cl Fletcher's dogs of I ... T - . - 3
Rhode Island, another of the powerful fleet, may be seen In the distance.
The deck of the Michigan does net show any particular signs
tlvity; but wore certain orders to ome from VVa hlugton i'hs .- different scene would be presented!
dustrial capabilities aud opportuni-i H. Greenwood, of the Skeena
ties of the place were not lost sight Syndicate, with works at Haysport,
of,  but  that  there were many   who arrived in the cltj yesterday. He has
have their eyes upon this city as ;■
place In which to establish various
lines of industrial undertakings.
gone :"  ihe Cold    Storagi     lant  i
!*vysi oi    to ::(-.< i    the    work tha:
is being .! me there.
lKHWBKKKHKHKKWK>0*a<KH><H>lKKKKi- XKKH>0O<KK><!-«HKH>O-- 0&&9-QOO
Sentence Passed on Insane Teacher
London, Feb. 4.—The command
of the Mediterranean, in case of war,
from England and the Triple Alliance seems likely to pass to herniary. Thb is the grave conclusion
which tbe Times' military correspondent has reached. The conclusion
wis arrived at only after a searching examination  of all  the  facts.
The matter is of special import to
the seat of Emoire and Imperial
diplomacy. The Mediterranean is the
route of half of Britain's food supplies. The danger to which raw materials will thus be exposed viiii be
ressed upon the ministry during the
coming session of the British Parti  -
ment.
The  Unionists  contend    that   t1
cabinet must keep Its pledge- gtve
to Canada and  the other Dominie:  i
and   the     British   people   that     Ir
strength in the Mediterranean won
be maintained even    though Canati i
failed to give the promised aid. T
minimum    demand    Is  for a    ou
power standard to remain In force '
the  Mediterranean,    Otherwise    t   -
Unionists    contend that  British    ii •
plomacy Is endangered and the Br.' •
ish Isles will be placed  in constat
i& tger .    ,   irvsijci i
REV. DR. AKED IS      DIVORCEES NOT
NOT ORTHODOX TO REMARRY
vVKtiL-KNOWN        PHKSHYTKHIA.N   I SITED STATES SENATOR INTR
MINISTER OK'FRISOO RCNS DUCKS    SWEEPING     ENACT.
VOl M'Ki; of   ( HI K( II. MENT To MARRIAGE LAW.
Hi
IvYpresMee Dtabellel in Miraculous
Conception of
I'll list.
Hi.
lYopoM-* This in Senate   in Oc
iieetlon   With   Uniform   Laws
for suit*'-.
Heillbrou, Germany, Feb. 4.—Life sentence In an asylum for the
criminally Irsane was rrono need on the school teacher, Wagner,
who, in September of last yerr, after setting fire to the village.
murdered his wife and four (hildren and afterwards shot twenty-
six villagers, kuilng ten.
San Francisco, Feb. 4.—As a result of criticisms directed by the
Presby ei'lan Ministerial Association
of the San Francisco Bay cities
against the declaration made last
.Sunday by  Rev. Charles Aked, D.D.,
la clergyman of international repute,
the latter probably    will    resign as
j oresftlent   of     the     San     Francisco
, Church Federation.
The  statement  made  by  Rev.   Dr.
; ,\ked was that he did not believe In
1 the miraculous conception of Christ.
i
Mr. S'.irrat, well-known contractor,
returned to the city yesterday.
Washington,    Feb.      4. — Divo.   .
with tho right, to remarry would .
! prohibited   for   ever   In    the   1'ni
States  and  all  other    places  unit
that    nation's   jurisdiction    by
amendment    proposed    bj    Sena
I Ransdell  of Louisiana.    The    en
ment     calls  lor  uniform,    marri;    •
1 laws for all the states and territot ■
with provisions respecting sepa -
tion without permission to remai /
which would be enacted by I h
amendment.
O.P.R,  steamer   Princess  Bentr -o
is due from the south Friday.
m * Thursday,  February
1914.
PRINCE  RUPERT JOURNAL
prince ffiupetf journal
Telephone   1:18
O. H. NELSON, Editor.
Office: 12S Third Avenue East,
near McBrtde Street. Telephone 138.
Postoffice  Box  607,
DAILY  EDITION,
Publish< I    every morning    except
Monday.  Delivered by carrier in the
city at the following ra'e, it paid in
»dvanc :: —
One   " ear 55.00
Six   Months 152.50
Three   Months 51.25
One   Month 50.GO
V\ E B K L V E D i T10 X.
Pub'ished <-. ry Frl.l v for circulation outside tbe City of Prince
Rupert at $2.00 a year, addressed to
points in Canada; or $3.u0 ., year to
all points in the UnHed Kingdom,
the United States or other foreign
countries.
Advertising Rates Upon Application,
Thursday,  February
1914.
! would have consumed 40 or more
! tons of coal. She has no boilers, no
stokehold, no coal bunkers and her
i fuel is carried in two big tanks in
her double boitoin. She makes about
12 knots an hour. She is 42.1 feet
long, with a 55-foot, beam and a
depth of 30 feel. The saving in fuel
is, in the case of a vessel of the
Slam's size,  about   $210 a day.
From Vancouver she goes to Sound
ports to continue loading and then
steams for the Orient, touching at
Singapore to replenish her fuel supply and I hen proceeding lo Vladivos-
tock   and   so   home.
DECISION UPHELD.
Comi ol Appeal sitting ai Vancouver
Sustained Judgment  of
Judge Young.
Judge Young's decision in the
case of Matthews vs. Foley, an Atlin
action over the possession of mines
and rights lo output, was upheld by
the Court of nppeal ou Saturday,
without hearing reply of respondent's counsel, says a Vancouver exchange.
Matthews brought action alleging
trespass, contending thai Foley had
encroached on his claims and that,
from $8000 to $9000 worth of gold
has been removed. Finding for the
plaintiff, Judge Young decided at the
same time that one-fifth of the
amount, should go to Matthews ana
four-fifths to Foley for the expenses
of working the claims.
On appeal it was claimed for the
appellant that the ground upon
which trespass was alleged had, in
reality, been excepted from Mathews' case.
Mr. H. C. Hall was for the appellant and Mr. C. M. Wood worth
for the respondent.
 o	
POLICE MATTERS
ARE DEALT WITH
RECRUITING   THROUGH   PAPERS.
When Lord Xortholiffe returned
to England from his trip to this
continent lasi fall, he urged Ihe military authorities to use newspaper
space for army recruiting. Two or
three pages In metropolitan journals
have been used to describe the
terms and attractiveness of British
army life, and the results have surpassed the average obtainable by-
one hundred recruiting sergeants,
says the Toronto Mail and Empire.
It has been firmly established that
for military advertising, as for every
other form of advertising, the newspaper is the direct and intimate
medium to reach the people. But
the bringing in of the new method
ends what has been a time-hallowed
custom of the British army. The
berlbboned recruiting sergeant and
the king's shilling no longer hold
their accustomed importance. The
garish posters which adorned outdoor walls and fences are superseded. Likewise has been sounded the
death-knell of the practice of having gaily attired regiments, with
bands playing proudly at their head,
march through cities and towns to
draw the youth into enlistment.
None of these methods carries the
appeal that it once did aud stronger and more direct advertising must
be undertaken. The spread of education among the masses, of increasing opportunities iu commercial and i
industrial life, and an unfavorable
system of dividing up terms of home
and  foreign  service,  militate against
army   popularity.     Because     Britain  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
has adhered to the voluntary enlist-  fines. There had been a lar,
ment   system  since  the  days  of  the j On-   of   vagranl   cases,     nai
press-gangs, it is the more necessary
that the. work of keeping the army
and   navy  up  to  strength  should   be
vigorously    prosecuted.    Many complaints  there have been  recently as
to both the territorials and the regular army being under strength. No
more  effective   method   of  reaching
tne desirable among  prospective recruits    than newspaper    advertising
could     be  adopted,   as   the     lj
ri ■     of i    ii an   nol han  ... around
where    recruiting officers can    find
'them.
(Continued from  Page One.)
he  felt, should  be complied   with.
Aid. Kerr concurred in tIlls. He
moved that ill view of the increased
size of the city the chief should,
when necessity arose, be gken the
authority under the. mayor to employ
such.
Mr.    Lucas seconded 'he in,
which   was   curried.
The monthly report of tl chief
was presented and adopted, - iw-
ed   thai   $267  had  been  coll '
1",
Grand Trunk Railway   System
The Double Track Route
For nil points east of Chicago this is tho premier line, luxury and
speed combined. Reservations for this route can be obtained
at the Grand Trunk Pacific Ticket Office, Third Avenue, Prince
Rupert, also through tickets to any points via the magnificent
steamers
PRINCE RUPERT
leaving  Prince Rupee: on   Fridays at 9iO0  a.m.
to Vancouver, Victoria and  Seattle,  thence any  rail  line   He-
sired.    Call on us tor rates aud full information.
ALBERT DAVIDSON, General Agent, Hart Block, Prince Rupert,
.   Agency    all    Atlantic       Steamship        Lilies.
C. P. R. COAST STEAM
SHIP SERVICE
PRINCESS
ROYAL
Southbound Sunday
 I 8 p. m.
Cor. Third Ave. and Sixth si i. ti. McNAB. General Agent
Resting in Jail.
While George Tessier, the recent
arrival in the city who was charged
with selling liquor without a license,
had his case disposed of yesterday in
the police court as far as the taking
of evidence was concerned, the police magistrate reserved his judgment. His companion, Clara Tessier,
was last evening put in the lock-up
awaiting her trial on a similar
charge this morning.
en "iV'1.
All  were convicted.
ilifc  ,.
.ivroll  was passed, im
ding
$10 a in
onth increase for   I ■■
- .pie
Carroll.
.MOTOR  SHIP
SIAM   IS
LARGEST
1
on
OF  CLASS
.Villi's!
■
■i
:
A.   Davidson,   the local
the Grand  Trunk   Pacific,
to  the  city  yesterday    afte
tended  trip to the east,  Hi
that the outlook for this cit.
as  Interesl   being    centred
concerned    is    the most    i" .■
Mrs. Davidson accompanied him
o
KO.E.   Ball.
Mo.-i    elaborate    prepari
bi Idg made for the '■' O.E
is to 1. :■    a  St.   '.ndi
id   i eel   fro
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Queen Charlotte Islands Land    District, Graham Island.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Everett
Harvie Lea, Engineer, of Vancouver,
intend to apply t-o the Chief Commissioner of Lands for the Province
of British Columbia for a lice/nee to
prospect for Coal aud Petroleum:
Starting at a post planted at the
north-east corner of C.L. 6581, Port
Lewis, thence SO chains east, thence
80 chains south, thence 80 chains
west, thence SO chains north to commencement, containing 640 acres
more or less.
Dated 15th day of July, 11)13. N.W.
corner.
Locator EVERETT HARVIE LEA.
"WATER ACT"    AND    AMENDING
ACTS.
Before the Board of Investigation.
In the matter of Alder Creek, Atlin
Lake, Alsek River, Boulder Creek,
Birch Creek,, Big Spruce Creek, Big
Hern Creek, Beaver Lake, Bennet
Lake, Carrion Creek, Consolation
Creek, Chilkat River, Clear Creek,
Dominion Creek, Dixie River, Elk
Lake, Eureka Creek, Eagle Creek,
Eldorado Creek, Edgar Lake, Fourth
of July Creek, Gold Kun Creek, Graham Creek, Homan River, Johnston
Creek, Jarvls Creek, Klehinl uiver,
Ledgewood River, Little Spruce
Creek, Lindemann Lake, Rl lose
Lake, McKinley Creek, McKee Croek,
Nelson Lake, Pine Creek, ctter
Creek, Otter Lake, Quartz Creek,
Pike River, Ruby Creek, Rose Creole,
Spruce Creek, Surprise Lake, Snake
Creek, Sloko Lake, Tagish Lake, 'lut-
shi Lake, Tatshenshini River, Willow-
Creek, Wright Creek, Wilson Creek
and all other steams in the Atlin
Water District, as defined on Page
6476 of the British Columbia Gaze'.''
of the 31st  July,  1918.
HOTEL DIRECTORY
MEMBERS OF PRINCE RUPERT LICENSED VINTNERS ASSOCIATION
WINDSOR HOTEL
Cor, of First Ave. and Eiehth St.
W. H. Wright, Prop.
HOTEL CENTRAL
' First Ave. and Seventh Street
I European and American Plan
$1.00 to $2.50 per day
Peter Black, Prop.
!
r
KNOX HOTEL
t   First Ave. Between Eighth and Ninth
European Plan
Rates 50c. to $1.00 per day
Besner & Besner, Props.
EMPRESS HOTEL
J. Y. ROCHESTER V. D. CASLEY
♦    Third Ave. Between 6th and 7th Sts.
European Plan
5oc. to $l.oo per day
PREMIER HOTEL
American and European Plan
F. \V.  Henning,  Mgr.
"+-'*-~*~ + "++-\l
For Hire or Charter
Can Furnish Scow Also
Apply Capt. Rorvik
sue Blue 320. Standard I       IesDocI
lUMSirSCHITtSEtSnilHBi
hi 'H
■
get a home
naas Valley
If yon send a wire to
Aiyansh wc will have a boat
to meot you at Port Nelson
any day in the week. Regular
trips made with mail, passengers and freight every
Sunday from Port Nelson to
the pre-emption reserve. Full
Information given free.
The Naas River
Trading& Transportation Comp.
Myers <S Dnnlap, Aiyaush, B.C.
jeie   	
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Coast.
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tin plai e ot beginning.
The   Prince   Rupert   Sai
Corapan.i
J. Y. RocIn  t< •
Dated Ortobcr 18th, :
T. P. C '
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JINGLE POT COAL
iled by
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MR TMNSFED (
NOTRE.
To   Mr.   Blankenberg,
Graham Island, B.C.
thai   unless   amount
formerly    of
Take notii-
ineurr id   I.
repairs  and  storage on en. in<
not  paid  within  thirty dayi    !i
date engine will be sold to  eou
cost.-;.     Rupert  Marine  Iro
& Suj .   :.;.!.,  11.  D.   R   bi
son, M mi   er   '■ -    mber 18, 19'
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ROYAL HOTEL
1 Corley & Burgess, Proprietors
Third Ave. and Sixth St.
:
i  European Plan Steam Heated
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General Teaming
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Sl'.etna   Laud    District-
Cassiar.
TAKE   NOTICE that
from  date,  I,  Tabitha   . .-
of Prince Rupert, B.C., by
Financial  Agent,  laten '•
the  Chief    Commission'-
for a licence to prosper
petroleum on  and unci- -
as follows:  Commencing
planted  two  miles  north
miles east from mouth of
('reek;     thence    south
thence west so chains, tl
( . chains, thence east Bti
place of commenceiinnt.
TABITHA VATiCOE REED,
Agent   Oeor e
Dgjed .Inly 22nd, 101.1
ont,
ul6
Of
ays
■led,
«a!ion
ply tt
'■amis
al and
•cres
.   post
two
i-i-ama
chains,
uce north
chains, to
1/ocator.
,V   Kerr.
Office 000 Third Ave. Plinn • !>:; I
Saj'e. Piano. Furniture and Baggage i
Moving Carefully and Promptly Done]
STORAGE AM) FORWARDING
COAL AND WOOD
Pan
"Water Act" and Amending Acts.
CANCELLATION OF RESERVE.
NOTICE is hereby given that tile
reserve dated the 15th February,
1910, of the unrecorded water in the
streams in Kaien Island and the
Tsimpseau Peninsula is hereby cancelled.
W. R. ROSS,
Minister of Lands.
Department  of Lands, ja22
Victoria, B.C., 9th January, 1914.
1MY A  WANT AD.
* are making money for local
investors. The rails will be laid
lo Prince George early next
month, and with them will
come an increase ill values
Don't wail until Spring and
say, "That lot is worth $t:O0O
and l could have bought it six
months ago for $1000." Get
in now  before the boom.
1 am offering the unsold
portion of the Grand Trunk
Pacific Development Company's lots at AUCTION SALE
TRICES. The usnal terms of a
quarter cash, and the balance
in one, two and three years at
O per cent.
EDWARD F. DOYLE
lint. 11, Smith Hlk., Phone 400
Open evenings "• to 8 p.m.
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quor Co.,
isert
I Second Avenue and
Sixth Street
Phone 102
Frasei and Sixth
Streets
Phone 7
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Office in
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Baggage
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606  Third  Avenue
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Under New Management.
Pioneer
Laundry
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petent  superintendence,  prompt
service
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The speed mania whicn has existed almost since time begun and has
found expression In such forms as he chariot, the sulky, the velocipede,
the bicycle, the irain, the aiitonuibi'.e, skiing and the aeroplane has found
a new form of development in a bicycle ou runners. The above photograph show-- a number of these contrivances about to make a start
from a high point in the Aips. This unique contrivance has become
very popular in the Alps and oilier i laces where winter pleasure-seekers
gather. It attains express speed down the slopes and is steered by means
of a handle-bar and a moveable front runner. It is said by enthusiasts
to equal  volplaning as a thriller.
VADSO SANK IN
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miles, where they awaited the arrival of the Venture. The Vadso was on
her way north to the Naas when the
accident happened.
The officers and the crew of the
Vadso arrived here in anything but
good shape as far. as clothing was
concerned.   The   most   of   them   were', is   16e,  Saskatchewan
extra charge of 2c will be imposed,
making the rate 10c for the first
I pound and 6c for each extra pound.
j Beyond the province adjoining
| the one in which a parcel is mailed
i an additional 2c a pound will be
|charged for each province that has
to be crossed to the destination of
the -parcel up to a maximum charge
of 12c a pound. Thus for a one-
pound parcel mailed in British Columbia to Alberta the rate is 10c;
to Saskatchewan, 12c, and to .Manitoba and the East 12c. for a two-
pound package to Alberta the rate
20c, aud     all
in their bunks at the time that  tho j other    provinces
24c
for     three
vessel  struck  and  with   but  a shortl pounds  mailed   in   British   Columbia
time to get out of their predicament j to Alberta  the rate is  22c;   to Sas-
they were not able to take many of katchewan, 28c;  Manitoba, 34c, ami
their belongings with     them.    They  other provinces,  :)(><-.
gathered on-deck to do a hat could |
b. done as quickly as possible. Theyi
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could well do with and never had a Weekly Journal, $2.00 a year.
chance to replenish their outfit later,| .
SHINGLES, MOULDINGS, SASH, BOOKS
for it was a case very soon of taking
to the boats and saving their lives
without thought of their belongings.
They, i refore, lost practically all
the} had. Captain Richardson hini-i
self hail to get chillies in the city
before proceeding on bis way,
According to some of the men, ihe|
steami ■ early listed  to starboard,
little    later she listed  lo the    port|
WANTED—A good general' servant.
Apply Mrs. P. I. Palmer, 720
Fourth   Avenue  East. ja2n
side and l
keel   he   o:
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pound, 10c; two pounds, loc: tour
pounds, 22c; five pounds, 2Gc and
with 4c additional for each ; . • •!
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• i troleun   on  and   indei ai res
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led :•■ r tnili ■■ north from the
.1-. of Pi aoi ama Creel - them •■
■ outl 80 i bains, lbenc< eo I ' l)
chains, thence north 80 'bains,
thence 'vest SO chains, t<i place of
commencement.
TABITHA   vARCOE REED, Locator,
Agent, George W. Kcir.
Dated July 23rf:, 1613.
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BANK OF MONTREAL PROPERTY
Corner of Tl Ird Avonuo and Fourth fiti-eet. Those wanting to rent
ace apply early and  lie provided  for.
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TAKE NOTICE       I	
oi Pi in e Rupert, ,        iui al • n
lelegrapl Operator, Intends to apply
for permission to p - liase thi following des-.-ribed lunds; Commencing at a post planted about 40 chains
westerly following shore line and Z*
chains south from a i reek which
flows into Headman s Inlet, nt the
south-easterly end thereof, said post
being about 20 chains south of the
north-west corner of application to
purchase No. 32280, being unpazet-
ted suney lot 2148; thence south
4^1 chains, thence est 4a chains,
tbence north 40 chains, thence west
40 chains to this pod, contalnlg
■160 acreE.
l.EO WAUOH.
Dated  1st  September,  1913.
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MlCltKitV GIVEN that
.in to issue, at the ex-
o      month after the first
eroof,  a   duplicate    oi
': of  title to the above-
!s   in   the     name     ol
nd Company, Limited,
:.cate of  title     Is  dated
0, and numbered 2302!'-
"H. F. MacLeod,"
District Registrar.
• Office, Prince Rupert,
T.lV  A    WANT All.
ei   22. 1913.
Ja2*f28
WANTED— Position as stenographei
Fear years eij/CTience. Box 4st;
Fernk, R.C. Jessie I-. Dobson. Jal8
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MMMRhlM Thursday, February
1014.
PRINCE  RUPERT JOURNA1
EDUCATIONAL
HON.   II.   li.     YOUNti     TELLS
some oi- m;\v alms ok
DEPARTMENT.
OK
The
\ ill inns
Will   11
Lines of School
• Fostered in tin
Provhici?.
That
ii  would be the aim ol  ihe department     . .      ;■ :  the manual  training
I AvlLililLisJ trlctB v. iii<;, do not ai present benefit from this importanl branch of
education, and to revise the nature
study courses so as to give rural
districts an opportunity of emphasizing on elementary agriculture in con-:
tied ion with school gardens.
Secondary Schools.
"In   ihis way," said  the  minister,
"our public schools    will  provide a ;
good general education aud a sound'
preparation  for all    classes of stu-;
dents." In dealing with the question
of  secondary  schools,    Or.     Young
said thai the presenl course provides
a preparation    with a dlstlncl    bias
towards   the   professions,    and   thai |
the aim of the department would be
to enlarge  ihe scope    of secondary
work  so  as   to  give  boys and  girls:
who are able to take a 3 or 4-year!
course   in   the   high     school   a   good
grounding in the common essentials
and at the same time differentiating|
in  special  work  so as to meet    all
classes.
In outlining the scleral classes of
students   for   which   such   education:
would  be provided,    he    mentioned j
university    matriculation      courses, i
teachers'   non-professional     courses, j
special commercial training- for those'
taking  agriculture   or   intending   to
enter    agricultural    colleges,      and
training   for   home   life.
Classes for  All.
Under these proposals suggested
by Mr. Dean there would be classes !
for boys who can only remain in high
school for two years, with special
technical training to fit them for
their chosen vocations, together
with good general training. It was
also proposed to provide special instruction for boys and girls who
have  to  leave  school     at   fourteen,
lion. ll. I-:. Young, the minister
of education in the Provincial Government, and wlio is a brother ot
Judge Young, of ihis city, speaking
in the Legislature deall with sonic
ot tiie aims of the department relative in higher education and to the
secondary schools.
lir. Young, in a spirited defence ot
Dr. Wesbrook, the chosen head of
lb,, new University of British Columbia, look issue with his opponents
on [he subject of ihe newspaper
criticism which, he said, had re-
cenily circulated io tin- effecl that
Dr. Wesbrook Intended lo subordinate the Immunities to purely uiili-
tarian subjects.
Leaving ihe question of the University, he outlined the reports submitted by Mr. G. 11. Dean, who was
sent to Europe to inquire into the
latest methods of technical education, and he intimated that proposals would he brought down involving a radical change in this branch
of the work which would enable
every boy and girl in the province
to obtain the advantages of technical instruction.
Progress of Work.
With reference to the Provincial
University, Dr. Young spoke of the
progress that had been made since
the question was mooted in 1907.
He referred to the appointment of
Dr. Wesbrook as president, to the
selection of a board of governors,
the completion of a group plan for
the buildings, and the present tour
of the president in search of material for the University staff.
"I confidently expect that when
the University opens its doors in
1915 we will have fully 1,000 students enrolled," said Dr. Young.
"That figure may appear somewhat
optimistic, hut I can inform you
that it is based on the number of
students doing University work at
the presenl time. In this connection
1 may say thai we have arrangea
with Hie Royal Institution al Vancouver for an extension of their
course, so that students attending
that Institution aud being desirous
of graduating may -... iplete heir
course with   tbe province."
Comments on t7ii ictisin.
Commenting    upon  the    crltii !.• ni
which   had   hi • u  '.■■■ eh d  against   l'i.
Wesbrook   since addi
Canadian  Club
torin.  Dr.   Young I '■'■     then
was no reason in the world to stip-
pose thnl t;;.' I resident had any in-
teutlon of subordinating the mi-
manities to the material fide of the
University, and quoted at length an
address delivered by Dr. Wesbrook
in Winnipeg on the occasion of the
Investiture of the new president of
the -Manitoba University to demonstrate the true altitude of Dr. Wesbrook.
"We  feel   that     in   Or.   Wesbrook|l=
we have  a  man  to  whom   we     may
■ ■  ling a  few  hours ea-h    week  at
continuation schools.
A special feature of the proposed
system of technical education would
provide for technical evening classes
for adults, in order that "they may
extend their knowledge by a system
of vocational training, i-m-li work being adapted to the panirular needs]
of the community.
"Ai the present time our high
schools only provide for ten per!
cent, of our students," said Dr.]
Young, "and ai the end of their elementary training they must either go
io work m- he financially able lo
continue their studies at ilif> university."
Maney Order Oilier.
Thi re arrived from the south yesterday E. If. Fletcher, inspectot ol
postofflces. He at once proceeded to
Smithers, where a money order office is being opened by the department.
RIFLE ASSOCIATION   MEETING.
Tho Civilian Rifle association
will meet in the Court House at 8
o'clock on Friday, February (1, for
the election of officers and lo arrange, for the seasons shoot. All
members are requested to attend.
:l-ii R.  W. CAMERON, Capt.
Lucky .lack Frost.
Before Judge Young yesterday the
cases of Jack Frost, who was charged with laking a watch from another man, and of .Micky Donohue,
who was charged witli in turn appropriating the watch from From,
were heard. After hearing lie evidence, Jack Frost was, acquitted
with a wauling, while Micky was
sentenced to three months. The evidence went to show that Frost was
drunk and apparently did nol Intend
to steal the watch, but was really
only joking. Tiie other man. who has-
a bad reputation, however, was
shown io have been criminally inclined in connection with ihe transaction.
F. O. E.
GRANDMASQUERADE
BALL
St. Andrew's Hall, Second Ave.
Thursday, Feb. I-, W p.m.
i oiiv   lU'itutifiil  Prizes
Refreshment.*
Admission $.2 Ladies l'vw
A  Real  Lever   Simulation
GOLD WATCH FREE.
A Bttalehtlorword fenerotu
olTer from an established
linn Wo are Riving sway
Wat.-iics to thousands ot
people all over tiie
world m ft linen
advertisement. Now
is your chaneo to
obtain one. Write
now, oncloBlnir 36
cent* (or one ot our
fashionable Laities'
Long Guards, or
Gents' Alberta, sent
rarrlase paid to wear
with tho watch, which
v<iil l'i.' ilrea Free
(these watch oa are
guaranteed five yeara),
should you Uke advantage ol oar mairel-
loni offer. We expect yon to tell your friend*
about in and show them the beautiful watch.
Don't think this oiler too good to be true, tint send
SB cents today and gain a Free Watch. Yon
will be amazed -Willi amh & LI.OYP, Wholesale
Jeweler* (Dcpt.HS ), eo, Cornwall!! Hoed, London, N-,
England.
William T. House
Ii. C. LAND SURVEYOR
213   Second  Ave. Phone   43
P. O. Box BIS
Prince Rupert, 1$. C.
GOVERNMENT WEATHER
IIEPORT.
giving them an    opportunity  of at-
l-'llinishcd by   F. W. Don ling,
For 24 hours ending 5 p.m.
February 4.
liar, reduced to sea level... .30.211
Highest  temperature 41.0
Lowest temperature 34.0
Corporation of the City of Piince
Rupert.
LOST—Row boat, marked City of
Prince Rupert No. ". Kinder rewarded. Apply City Engineer. fS-0
Skeena   Land   District— District of
Cassiar. ,
TAKE NOTICE that thirty days
from date, I, Tabitha Vairoe Reed,
of Prince Rupert, B.C., by occupation
. inancial Agent, intend to apply to
tlie Chief Commissioner of Lands
for a llceu.e to prospect fo. coal and
petroleum on and under 640 acres
as follows: Commencing at a post
planted two miles north from the
mouth of Panorama Creek; thence
south SO chains, thence west SO
chains, thence north :<0 chains,
thence cast 80 chains, lo place of
comment ament.
TABITHA  VARCOE HEED, Locator.
Agent, ueorge VV. Kerr.
Dated July :3rd, lfllti.
SANITARY    INSPECTOR.
Applications will be received by
the undersigned up to 4:00 p.m..
Friday next, February ti, 1914, for
position of Sanitary Inspector for
City of Prince Rupert.
No application considered unless
icconipanled by three credentials as
:o fitness, etc., for the position.
ERNEST A. WOODS,
M-5 Clerk, Municipal Council.
readily commit the responsibility o
our University," said Dr. Young.
"His association with this department and with the board of governors has already proved entirely
satisfactory, and we are looking forward to his work in the administration of the University with the
greatest of confidence. He is now engaged on the important work of selecting Hie deans or faculty, and,
upon his return, we 'expect to take
up tiie task of organizing courses."
Ik'st  Educational Efforts.
Continuing Dr. Young said: "Any
school system that becomes satisfied
wiih Its own accomplishment, and
neglects lo "onslder both the general educational movenie'nt of tin
times,   and   the  specific  educti I lot al
problems d!  oi Ii inuu'initles, will
of necessity lend lo deteriorate, ii
Is very Important (hal the department become Informed as to t:<-'
l»..-i educational efforts thai are
being put  forward elsewhere."
II was for this reason, said Hr.
Young, that the department authorized Mr. Dean, assistant superintendent of education, to Investigate more
particularly the schemes of technical
education In vogue In the United
States, England, Germany and Switzerland. He said that 'in his report
Mt. Dean stated that he was satis-
f.ed   that     our  elementary     schools
provide good preparatory training
along broad cultural lines, which
are not excelled anywhere else in
the  world.
In dealing with the question of
the enlargement of the scope of technical education. Dr. Young said that
For the Household
Delivered to your kitchen
door, like groceries
Budweiser
175,000,000 Bottles Yearly
That was the demand for Budweiser last
year.
The Anheuser-Busch Plant covers today
more than 142 acres —equal to 70 city
blocks. It gives steady employment to
6,000 people, and to 1,500 more In its
branches.
Every process, every room, Is immaculate.
Every bottle is Pasteurized and inspected.
This Quality-Plant, started nearly 50 years
ago, is a model of modern facilities.
The hundreds of visitors who go through
every day know that nothing of its kind
could be made any better than Budweiser.
Anheuser-Busch, St. Louis
! Plant of
World
Some of the Principal
Buildings
PRINCE RUPERT IMP. CO.
Distributors PRINCE RUPERT, B. C.
HOB
Skeena   Land   District — District of
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE  that I, Peter Mc-
Lachlan, of    Prince    Rupert,    B.C.,
Broker, intend to apply to the chief
commissioner of lands for a license
to prospect for coal and oil over tbe
following    described   lands on    the
west coast of Graham Island,    commencing at a  post  planted at    the
south-west corner of coal license No.
8088, thence 80 chains south, thence
SO chains west,    thence    80 chains
north, thence 80 chains east to place
of  beginning, containing 640 acres.
PETER McLACHXAX.
Filippo Panvini, Agei t.
Located  18th  August,  1913.
(First insertion October 16.)
Skeena   Land   Division — District ol
Coast,  Range  V.
TAKE NOTICE that Frank C.
Paine, of Everett. Wash., occupation
Engineer, inteuds to apply for permission to purchase the following de-
scriibed iauds: Commencing at a post
planted about 20 chains easterly from
N.E. corner i.. R39, and at S.VV. L.
5019, Range V. Coast District, thence
north about 28 chains, thence, west
about 40 chains, tin-nee south about
20 chains, thence easterly along
bank     '    slougi ilnl  of    com
mencement, containing SO acres more
or less, being ungazetted L. 5619, K.
V. Coast Districl
FRANK  C.  PAINE,
By Philip Chesley, Agent. |
U    id S iptember 9th,  1913.
Phoi9   160
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Policies written direct
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P.S.—Houses and Rentals
For all kinds of
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GEO. LEEK
818 Third Ave.        Phone MO
Prince  Rupert
FAR WEST
FUEL CO.
Agents for
SOUTH  WELLINGTON
COAL
The Coal that   made   British
Columbia  famous
Fifth St..    near Third    Avenue    at
rear of Hurt  Block
INDUSTRIAL
SITES
With Rail and Water
Transportation
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Skeena   Land   District—  District of
Cassiar.
TAKE NOTICE thai thirty days
from date, I, Tabitha V'arcoe Reed,
of Prince Rupert, U.C., by occupation
Financial Agent, intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands
for a licence to prospect for coal and
petroleum on and under 640 acres
as follows: Commencing at a post
planted four miles north and two
miles east from mouth of Panorama
Creek; thence nortti 80 chains
thence east - hain... taence south
80 chains, thence west 80 chains, to
place of co'jimenoement.
TABITHA V'ARCOE REED, Locator.
Agent, George VV. Kerr
Dated July 23rd, 1913.
Financial Agents
THIRD AVE. I'ltlM'i: RUPERT
Skeena   Land   District —District of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Mitchell Albert, Manager, of Prince Rupert, B.
C„ intend to apply to the chief commissioner of lauds for a license to
prospect for coal and oil over the
following described lands on the west
coast of Graham Island: Commencing at a post, planted a: the northwest corner of C.L. 8090, thence SO
chains south, thence 80 chains west,
thence 80 chains north, thence 80
chains east to the place of beginning,
containing 040 acres located.
Dated August 19, 1913.
MITCHELL ALBERT.
0'.-2G Filippo Panvinl, Agent.
WATER  NOTICE.
For a Licence to rake aud Use Watei
NOTICE .is hejfehy given that the
Panorama Development Company
Limited, of Winnipeg, Manitoba, will
apply for a licence to take and use
fifty thousand miners inches of water out of the Naas River, which
flows in a south-westerly direction
through Skeena Land District and
empties into Portiaud Inlet.
The water will be diverted at tbe
head of the Falls about eight mile*
below Panorama Creek and will bo
used for mining purposes on tbe laud
described as Coal Licences numbers
8983 to 9014, inclusive, and other
near-by applications.
The application win be filed in
the office of the water recorder at
Prince  Rupert,   British  Columbia.
Objections may be t'iied with the
said water recorder or with the
comptroller of water rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B. C.
Panorama Development Company
Ltd. (Applicant).
By George VV. Kerr i Agent).
Skeena   Land    District— District of
Cassiar.
TAKE NOTICE that thirty days
from date, I, Tabitha V'arcoe Reed,
of Prints Ruiiert, B.C , by occupation
Financial Agent, intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands
.or a licence to prospect for coal and
petroleum on and under 640 acres
as follows: Commencing at a post
planted two miles north and four
miles east, from mouth of Panorama
Creek; thence north 80 chains,
thence west SO chains, thence south
SO chains, thence east 80 cn'atns, to
place of commencement.
TABITHA VARCOE REED, Locator.
Agent, George VV. Kerr.
Dated July 24th, 1913.
Skeena   Land   District— District of
Cassiar.
NOTICE.
I.  the  undersigned,  for  ami    on
behalf of the Granby    Consolidated
Mining, Smelting & Power Company,
Limited, have deposited with the
Registrar of tho Prince Rupert
Land Registration District, Prince
Rupert,   B.C. ■
(a) A description of wharf which
this Company proposes to construct
in front of lot No. 479, Grauby
Bay, B.C., said lot aud the adjoining under-water lot upon- which the
wharf will be constructed being the
property of the said Company.
(b) A general plan showing the
position of the property relative to
the proposed wharf. *
(c) A general plan showing more
particularly the relation of this
wharf to the shore-line, with cross-
section of the proposed wharf showing type of construction.
F. M. SYLVESTER,
dlOjlG General Manager.

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