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Array The Journal
$5.00
a year
tint*
High Class
Job Printing
in all Lines
VOL. II.
/PJiTNCE   RUPERT.   B.   C.  TUESDAY, JULY 22, 1013.
Price, Five Cents.
NO.   HIS.
GETTING A CHANCE
TO BALLAST TRACK
Line Of G.T.P. Is Now Completed To
Telkwa River — While Bridge Is
Being Put In Gangs Are Busy
Placing Road In First Class Shape
On Sunday afternoon the track-
laying gang on the line of tbe Grand
Trunk Pacific reached Telkwa River,
which is 230 miles from here. There
a halt has been called while the steel
bridge is being put in for the line
to cross the stream. The time will
not be wasted In any way, as General Superintendent Mehan has already turned all his forces back on
the line and is getting the ballasting done on the line that has just
been laid, but which is of necessity
not ballasted all the way.
The river was reached about 3
o clock Sunday afternoon. Monday
morning a steam shovel was in place
getting the ballast out and all day
yesterday the gravel was being carried along the line. It is well known
that Mr. Melian lets no grass grow-
under his feet and those who have,
been along the right-of-way recently state that before the winter is
reached tbe general superintendent
tvill be up to the contractors and
work will be held up only by tbe
failure of the graders to keep out
of his way.
For days lasi week as much as two
miles  and  a  half of track  was laid
STEAMER WRECKED
ON ATLANTIC COAST
THI)    TREMPER     HAD     TO     BE
BEACHED ON XX'FS'i  SIDE OF
HUDSON VESTERDAY.
Hard Race to Gel Bout to  Shore lie-
fore tiie Inrush of   Water Sent
Her Down.
Poughkeepste, N.Y., July 21.—The
steamer Tremper, loaded with panic-
stricken passengers, lias been beached
at the west side of the Hudson here
today with water pouring througii a
hole in the bottom.
The Tremper was bound from
Newburgh to Albany. She ran on a
reef at Esopus Island. The boat settled very low before she reached the
mainland after an exciting two-mile
race with the inrushing waters.
Road to Seal Cove.
The petition for the road to Seal
Cove by way of Eighth Avenue came
up again last evening in the council
on a report from the Board of Works.
The report was that the Grand Trunk
Pacific was being asked to grant
permission to allow the crossing of Its
land.
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A Short   Sitting.
The city Council made a record
last evening, sitting only about ten
minutes before the business was all
disposed of.
McCaffery & Gibbons
Lot 89
Block 20
Section 2
Moresby Avenue
$1300
$600 Cash, Balance
G. T. P.
McCaffery & Gibbons
-Third Avenue--
dui-ing the day. Only when there
were duties to perform in the way
of repairs to parts of the road or to
putting -in culverts or small fills
did the record of the track-laying
fall below the two miles a day.
All the ballasting is done to Mor-
ricetown and permission has been
given by the railway commission to
continue the service that far. This
will be done by the company at
once. Following that it is the intention as soon as possible to get
the road as far as Sniithers, the second divisional point, put in such
snape that that can be approved of
by the commission also and the service opened to that point as soon
as possible this summer.
Having crossed the Telkwa there
will be a long line of grade that will
be quickly covered by the track layers. Nothing is to be allowed to stop
the company's staff on that part of
the road. There are several crossings
of the Bulkley that are encountered
on that part of the road, but there
Will be no delay for these. The tiling
for temporary bridges are being put
in place now for these crossings and
the road will go along, allowing the
steel workers to erect the permanent
bridges after the road has passed
over the trestles. There will thus be
a vast saving in time. Early this fall
it would seem likely the rails will
eat tn  Decker Lake.
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CRISIS EXPECTED IN
MEXICO
Washington, July 21.—Alarming reports on ihe question of an
approaching crisis in Mexico have reached here from high government officials. It is stated on unimpeachable authority that developments are coming in two weeks which are regarded as
fraught  with tremendous importance to the Huerta   Government.
<WKH>iKH>lMHjt>»»lW»tK^
JUMPED FROM
WHARF TO WATER
I. S. CARLSON, AFTER THROWING
HIMSELF      INTO      HARBOR,
STRUCK OUT  SWIMMING.
He XX'ns Rescued by staff at Government   XVIiurf  and    Taken    to
Police Cells.
What to all who saw it was an attempt at suicide was {committed
last evening at the Government
Wharf, shortly before sundown. A
man, evidently under the influence
of liquor, came on to the wharf and
with little warning divested himself
of his coat, vest and boots, and then
plunged into the water before any
who were there realized what he was
doing.
Once he struck the water lie showed that he was perfectly at home In
the water, for lie struck out swimming and with no trouble at all swam
about while Manager Beatty of the
wharf and others got assistance to
him and hauled him out. He was
striking out into the middle of the
harbor when rescued by two launches
that went out to him.
It was with difficulty that he was
kept from jumping in again. Tbe
man's name is .1. S. Carlson. He is
apparently little known here and had
just arrived. He is believed to be a
sailor. Carlson will come before the
policy r-aeistrare in the morning.
JAPANESE NOW
CANNING SALMON
AFTFl!    IMPORTING PROM    THIS
SIDE THEY   HAVE   ENTERED
CANNERY WORK.
The Price at Which    Fisli    XX'ill  Be
Cured XX'ill Create   a Factor
in the Trade
Ottawa, July 21.—The Japanese,
after importing nearly all its canned
salniori from Canada and the United
States for many years, recently commenced the industry themselves.
They are producing now at a price
which will be a great factor for the
Pacific Coast to deal with a few-
years hence, according to the weekly-
report of the Trade and Commerce
Department.
SOCKEYE SALMON
STILL VERY LIMITED
The Catches In Skeena River And
Along The Northern Coast Is So
Far Practically Nothing—It Appears As If Season May Be Failure
Protest Against Tariff Adjustment.
Ottawa, July 111.—The "Canadian
Pacific Railway has taken an appeal
to the Government from the ruling
of the Railway Commission directing
it, as well as the Grand Trunk Pacific and Canadian Northern Railway Companies to readjust their
lumber tariffs from points west of
and in the Rockies to Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba.
The railway claims there was no
proper opportunity of answering the
statements made in the complaint of
the Manitoba Lumber Association
and that the ruling was improper.
Dismay reigns among ihe northern
cannei-ymeu as far as the sockeye
prospects in this part of Ihe province
is concerned. The canners had prepared for a large pack this season
in the Skeena and in the Naas, as
well as in Rivers Inlet and other
points along the northern coast. It
row- appears as if the season would
be an utter failure.
The time is long past when the
fish should be running In abundance There are none, or practically
none, being taken. The conditions
also are what are regarded as excellent for the salmon take. With murky
water in the river last night and
todav following the Sunday close season, with high tides and with westerly winds all the conditions that
should give good results existed, yet.
the reports that were received from
there by the fishery inspector for
this district, who was on the river
last night and early today, was that
few sockeye were taken. In the upper
river there were about fifteen fish to
the boat, while in the lower reaches
there were a few more, namely, about
thirty to a boat, which Is practically
nothing.
From the Naas there have come no
reports very recently, but in the absence of any news it is presumed thai
the conditions there are little better
than here. The Naas is somewhat
better    it is known,    but    ii is not
materially better than the local waters.
At Rivers Inlet and at Bella Bella
and other points along Ihe coast tho
same conditions are prevailing. W. R.
Lord, who has returned from the
south, reports that the canners are
all feeling blue over the outlook
even on the Fraser and on Puget
Sound. The year seems to lie doomed
to be a failure.
The Colonist of Victoria in its
Saturday number reports that there
are sockeye being seen entering the
Straits for the Fraser, which would
indicate that the season there is not
to be a complete failure. It says as
follows, although It must be remembered that the papers in Victoria are
always very sanguine with respect to
the traps there:
Sockeye salmon, in numbers Impossible to estimate, are en route to
the spawning beds of the Fraser and
other British Columbia rivers. A
few days ago Captain Heater of the
power schooner Jessie passed through
an immense school of the fish off
Carmanali Point, West Coast. Yester-
i Continued on Last Page)
BULGARIA MAKING PEACE
WITH ALL THE POWERS
Has Accepted Conditions Laid Down By Roumania—Servia And Greece
Also Enforce Their Terms — Armistice Being Negotiated—Adrianople
Has Fallen Into The Hands Of The Turks Again-Peace Negotiations
Seem To Be Progressing Well Now-Russia and Austria Give Advice
AMERICAN KING
RENOUNCES CROWN
ARCHIBALD O. EVERETT OF GIL-
I1ERT GROUP OF ISLANDS IN
sol I'll sli.XS ABDICATES.
Bucharest, July 21.—The Information Is officially confirmed here that
Bulgaria has accepted the conditions laid down by the Roumanians.
Bulgaria also agreed to the terms of
peace of Servia and Greece.
Turks Take Adrianople.
London, July 21.—The Turks have
entered Adrianople after a brief con
flict with the Bulgarian garrison
there, says a Sofia despatch to The
Times. The Bashi Bazouks are burning, pillaging and committing all
kinds of atrocities in their  marches.
Roumania  Advancing.
Roumanian troops are advancing
easterly and threaten Eastern Rou-
mella. After vain attempts to nego
tiate with Roumania the Bulgarian
Government has accepted the advice
of Austria and Russia and has offered Roumania important territory
concessions.
Suing for Peace.
Bulgaria has sent delegates to
meet the Servians and Greeks in an
effort to effect peace also with those
powers. It is expected that the Roumanian representatives at Nishwill
negotiate terms for an armistice and
eventually peace will be arrived at.
Meteorological Report.
July  21,   5    p.m.—Bar.,   30.126;
max.,   69.0;   min.,   n2.n.
.lOINS LOCAL FIRM.
C,   I*. Judge,  of X ancouver.   Is Now
Identified With   Rupert Marine
Works of  This City.
Among the recent arrivals in this
city is ('. P. Judge, of Vancouver,
who has come here for the purpose
of taking a responsible position with
the Rupert Marine Works on Ihe waterfront. He will take an active part
In the business office of Ihe company, and has, in fact, entered upon
his duties in that position.
.Mr. Judge has had a lot of experience In business lines and tt is felt
that bis acquisition by the firm will
be of decided advantage to the works
that are building up a good business
in this city In the various lines In
which they are carrying on operations.
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Wanted Information,
Aid. Bullock-Webster at the meeting the council last, evening asked If
there was any Information to give
relative to whether the mayor had
secured any money on his visit to
London. If he had, he thought the
council shuld know it so as to lay
plans for work. The acting mayor
said ho bad no information on the
subject.
PRECEDENT SUPPORTS
STAND OF GOVERNMENT
One of the complaints which the
Liberals are busy urging against Mr.
Borden's Naval Aid Bill is Ihe allegation that It Is unconstitutional.
The argument is thai it will take
two or three years to spend the
thirty-five million dollars, and that It
is against the rules to vole il in a
lump sum. The only trouble with
this constitutional point, is that it is
all wrong. Whenever It suits Parliament to authorize a complete and
well rounded out scheme the execution of which must be spread over a
term of years, It is quite In order
to make the entire 'appropriation
of money in the enabling Act. English
precedents are conclusive on the
point.
British Naval Defence Aid.
In 18S9 the British Parliament
passed the Naval Defence Act. This
was a very important piece of legislation, due to the alarm which was
felt In that year over the Insufficiency of the British Navy for tho
duties which It then had to discharge.
The Act directed the building of no
less than seventy warships—ten bat
tleships, nine first-class cruisers,
twenty-nine second-class cruisers,
and a swarm of smaller craft. These
vessels were to be completed in a
period of five years. More than half
of them were to be built by the Government itself iii the Royal dockyards, and nearly half wen- to be
built by contract In private shipyards. Tiie Act stated thai the cost
was to be £21,500,000,
X'otetl   in   Lump  Sum.
Notice now how Ibis money was
provided. The dockyard built ships
were to cost £11,600,000, and this
money was to be provided year by
year by vote of Parliament, exactly
as the Canadian Liberals this year
have been urging that the money
for the Canadian Dreadnoughts
should be voted annually. But with
regard to the contract built ships Ihe
British Parliament of 1SH!) absolutely disregarded this principle, it form-
day the Otter Point traps of .1. II.
Todd &. Sons are understood to have
made an exceptionally good "lift" of
10,000. Reports from other traps are
ed a fund of £10,(ino,nii(i, and it dl-
His Wives' Liking for English Gowns
and Loneliness of   Place   Are
Factors in   Decision.
New York July 21.—Archibald C.
Everett, the only American king existing, lias decided to renounce his
tluiine. He is king of the Savage Island of Aorari in the Gilbert Group
of the South Sea Islands.
Until lHOi) he was a New York
curb broker. Insistence of his wives,
for he has thirty, for English
gowns, which he describes as an encroachment of civilization, and the
loneliness of the place are prime factors in this decision.
VALUABLE FOXES
WERE SENT SOUTH
AUDIT $50,000 XX'OltTH OF YOUNG
FUR-BEARING     ANIMALS
PASSED THROUGH.
rected that this fund was to be ex-
lieuded in a certain number of annual
Instalments. The First Lord of the
Admiralty. Lord George Hamilton,
and the Chancellor of the Exchequer,
Mr. Goschen, explained this fully and
said that Ihe reason for taking this
step was thai it was desirable lo carry ihe entire programme througii I
without alteration. The Liberals oh-:
jected in somewhat half-hearted manner io this method of financing and
wore beaten on  division.
Thus when  the  British   Parliament
desired   to   make  a   special   efforl   to |
strengthen   the  navy   il   pursued   tli<-
exact   financial   course    followed    by
Air.   Borden.
Liberal Government's Plan,
tn 1909 the   Liberal   Governmenl
at present In power In Great Britain
put   through   I'a i liamenl   a  measuro|
generally known as the Development!
Act.   It   Is  designed   to  give  govern-;
nient aid  by means   of grants   and:
loans  to  assist    in   tbe   building   ofj
good roads, the development  of forestry, the encouragement  Of agriculture, the building of canals, etc., and
the  method  ot  aid    selected    is  the
formation of a  fund  from which  various enterprises can   receive   monetary assistance.   The fund  was to be
(Continued     on-  Pago Three.)
The Princess May on   Saturday Carried a X'aluahle Collection of
XX'ild   Animals.
The Princess May on Saturday carried south a very valuable collection
of young foxes, taken in the northern
part of the country. They were taken
In the vicinity of White Horse and
were being shipped south to add to
the collections of fur-bearing animals
that are now kept in captivity. The
collection was composed of black and
silver foxes, which are so much i rlzcd
In the world today.
There were over one hundred of
(Continued  on  Page Three.)
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<KKKKHKiO<HJlJ«iJl>i>0«HKHjn<H>iKi Tuesday,  July  22,  1913.
PRIN«1 RVMbHT J0VBVAL.
prince law^ett journal
Telephone  138
O. H. NELSON, Editor.
Office: 128 Third Avenue East,
near McBride Street. Telephone 138.
Postoffice Box  607.
DAILY  EDITION.
Published    every morning    except
Meaday.  Delivered by carrier in the
city at the following rate, if paid in
advanc i: —
One  "ear $5.00
Six  Months $2.50
,nhree   Months $-1.25
One   Month $0.50
WEEKLY EDITION.
Pul-'ished ev ry Frld v for circulation outside the City of Prince
Rupert at $2.00 a year, addressed to
points in Canada; or $3.00 a year to
all points in the Un'ted Kingdom,
the United States or other -"oreign
countries.
Advertising  Kates Upon Application.
Tuesday,  Jul
y  21
mi;:.
SPORTS
NO FALL SESSION.
The livening Citizen (Ottawa)
says: "The impression prevailing in
higli political circles at present is
that there will be fall session of
Parliament. The matter, of course,
nas not been definitely decided as
yet, and will, in a measure, depend
upon the extent of the Government's
legislative programme and any developments which may occur. Just
now, however, the ministers incline
to the view that the House will be
summoned immediately after New-
Year's. The naval bill, and the urgent
conditions prevailing were responsible for Hie session being called last
November.
"Experience lias abundantly
demonstrated the fact that no real
work is ever accomplished before
the Christinas recess. Two or three
weeks are occupied in debating the
address and discussions of a similar
character, but legislation, if brought
down at all, is never advanced until
after New Year's.
"The new rules enable the Government to assert its authority more
than has been Ihe case heretofore.
If the discussion of any subject be
the object of obstruction it can now
be circumvented easily. Apart from
that, however, it is believed that just
as much work can be accomplished
and prorogation reached just as soon
in a session starling the first week
in January as In November.
"Whether a general redistribution
bill will be brought down is not yet
the subjeel of an announcement."
NEED HAVE NO   WORRY.
The Liberal organ In this city need
have no concern with respect to the
appointment of Frank Bowser as
chairman of the sewerage commission
in Greater Vancouver. Mr. Bowser
lias held the confidence of the residents of the municipality in which he
resides and has the ability and the
integrity to fill the office thai be
has taken with credit to those concerned. Moreover, the News can rest
assured that it was no vote of his
brother thai placed him in the position that he occupies.
SOCKEYE    FAILURE.
It would almost appear as if there
was going to lie a failure in tlie
sockeye pack of salmon this year. If
this proves to be the case it will
serve to show that there are many
things connected with the life history
of the salmon thai scientists and ex-
.perts have yet to learn. The failure
this year would appear to have to
do with the time when the salmon
are in the sea on the feeding ground
or elsewhere. Dither there has been
a famine as far as the salmon are
concerned or there has been   an at-
CH.1SE AGAIN A HERO.
Hal Chase, who has left New York
and taken on with Chicago in Ihe
big leagues, is again the idor of his
local town. This is no new role for
Chase. There has seldom, if ever,
been as spectacular a player on the
baseball field as Hal Chase. In his
college days when he was learning
Ihe game and played each summer
with Victoria, B.C., in the semi-professional team, be was always popular. His play was always a surprise,
He continued this all along till he
reached the big league. The aversion
to liim in New York is the first rebuff in his long career of success.
A New York correspondent writing of his advent in   Chicago   says:
Hal Chase is a hero in his new-
town, Chicago, and, as a matter of
fact, lie is very much of an idol except right here in this city of ours.
Since Hal left town'to don a Chicago White Sox uniform he has been
playing such ball as to leave no room
for argument that he is the best first
baseman that ever played the game.
Only the other day he got two safe
cracks at' the ball and two other
times he walked in the game, And,
of course, here and there one hears
the remark that Chase didn't Iry his
best here, that he was laying down,
and other silly stories.
Chase is not the first ball player
to show improvement in his work
by a change of environment. Eddie
Cicotte of the White Sox, too, is another. For Boston he couldn't do a
blooming thing with his pitching.
Boston was surely his jinx. He was
sent to Chicago, and today is ranking
with the best pitchers in the league.
There are others.
Frank Chance had it right when
he said that he did not believe that
Chase could play his besi ball for
New York. The crowd "was after
him," and that will take the playing
spirit out of any player, no matter
how great he is.
Chase is satisfied with his new-
berth, too, and that 's a big percentage of his game.
"You may say for me that 1 was
agreeably surprised in the White
Sox," says Chase. "They are a fine
bunch of high-class fellows and 1 am
sure 1 will continue to like the club
and Chicago.
"In New York I was playing under
high-strung pressure. It is mighty
nard to be walking out to defeat
every day. It takes the ambition and
sand out of a person. The switch has
made a great difference with me, and
you bet I'll be in there doing my
in st. for Comiskey and the White
Sox."
LABOR COMMISSION.
Sittings of the Provincial Labor
Commission will be held as follows:
Hazelton—Wednesday, 23rd Jul%
8 p.m.
Prince Rupert—Saturday, 26th
July, 10 a.m.
The Commission is empowered to
inquire into all matters affecting tiie
conditions of labor in British Columbia. All persons interested are invited to attend and give evidence.
H.   G.   PARSON,
Chairman.
F.   R.   McNAMARA,
Secretary. j 19-26
IN  THE     SUPREME     COURT     OF
BRITISH  COLUMBIA
(In Probate)
IN THE MATTER OF THE ADMINISTRATORS   ACT,   and
IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE
OF WILLIAM THOMAS HODGES,
DECEASED, INTESTATE,
TAKE NOTICE that by order of
His Honor Judge Young, Local Judge
of the Supreme Court, made the Sth
day of July, 1913, I was appointed
Administrator of the estate of William Thomas Hodges, deceased. All
parties having claims against the said
estate are hereby required to forward
same properly verified to me on or
before the 29 th day of July, 1913,
and all parties indebted to the said
estate are required to pay the amount
of their indebtedness to me forthwith.
Dated the 14th day of July, A.D.
1913.
JOHN  H.   McMULLIN,
Official  Administrator.
E. L. FISHER
Funeral  Director & Embalmar
CHARGES REASONABLE
317 THIRD AVE. PHONE 350
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
J.   W.   POTTER,   L.R.I.B.A.
ARCHITECT     AND    STRUCTURAL
ENGINEER
Re-inforced Concrete a Specialty
—o—
P.  O.  Box 271
J. H. HILDITCH
Contractor and Buildei
Estimates given on all classes .1
work, whether small or large. Personal attention g'-en to every item.
PHONE GREEN 321
FREDERICK PETERS, K.C.
Barrister, Solicitor and^Jotary Publi
HOTEL DIRECTORY
MEMBERS 0F.PR1NCE RUPERT LICENSED VINTNERS ASSOCIATION
Prince Rupert Inn and Annex
Owned and Operated by the Grand
Trunk Pacinc Railway
Geo. A. Sweet, Manager
WINDSOR HOTEL
Cor. of First Ave.
and Eighth St.
Office in
EXCHANGE^ BLOCK
J. L. PARKER
.MINING ENGINEER
Prince Rupert, B. C.
Open for Consultation and Mine
Examination
Temporary Address—
Prince Rupert Inn
A. FAULDS, M.I. ME.
Consulting Mining Engineer
Examinations  and   development
Coal, Metal, Oil, etc.
7 09 Dunsmuir St.       Vancouver, B.C
of
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THE JOURNAL
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Meets second and fourth Friday   in
each month in K. of P. Hall.
Helgerson Block, rd Ave. and Oth St.
Recording Secretary, Box 324
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Civil Engineers
Dominion and British Columbia Land
Surveyors,  Mine Surveyors, Reports
Estimates and Surveying
OFFICE—McBride   St.,   near    Third
G. L. PROCTOR
—ARCHITECT—
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W. H. Wright, Prop.
HOTEL CENTRAL
First Ave. and Second Street
European and American Plan
$1.00 to $2.50 per day
Peter Black, Prop.
KNOX HOTEL
First Ave. Between Eighth and Ninth
European Plan
Rates 50c. to $1.00 per day
Besner & Besner, Props.
Suite 1
Federal Bldg
Prince Rupert, BTT'
lack from some disease or enemy
thai has carried the fish off In great
quantities. Whatever the cause, there
is ground for research,
Postponed Picnic.
The Methodist Sunday School will
bold its postponed picnic at Metla-
katla on Thursday afternoon of this
week. Launches and a scow will leave
for the place at 1:30 sharp. If the
weather is not suitable the day will
be spent in the gymnasium of ihe
church.
GET A HONE
—IN  THE—
NAAS VALLEY
If you send a wire to
Aiyansh we will have a boat
to moot 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-emplion reserve. Full
Information  given  free.
The Naas River
Tradings Transportation Comp.
Myers it Dnnlap, Aiyansh, B.C.
jell)
wmmamjmmaammamvMaamamm
Skeena    Land    District—District of
Coast, Range,4.
TAKE NOTICE that -homas Wil-
lian Spencer Webb, of Vancouver,
B.C., occupation Accountant, intends
to apply for permission to purchase
the following described lands: Commencing at a post planted about 11
miles south and I) 1-2 miles east of
End Hill, U*nks Island; thence 00
chains east; tbence 20 chains south;
thence 60 chains wesl; tbence 20
chains north to polnl of commencement and containing 120 acres more
or less.
THOMAS   WILLIAM   SPENCER
WEBB.
Daled Nth June,  1913,
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Skeena Land Districl District or
Coast, Range 5.
TAKE NOTICE that John Watson,
of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
laborer, intends to apply for permission to lease the following described
lands, being foreshore, commencing
at a posi planted forty chains nortli
from the south-wesl corner of Lol
2217, Prescotl Island, Range V.,
Coast District, said post being plained on the north-easl corner of a small
island, thence westerly, southerly,
easterly ant) northerly following IiIkIi
water mark around the Island to
point of commencemenl and including all foreshore between high ami
low water mark, containing fifty-
five  acres  more  or  less.
JOHN   WATSON.
: iulj  14, loin,
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Telephone 82      The IJoxot^ Store
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Total   Assets    $175,000,000 {
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SAILINGS OF STEAMERS
TUESDAY, JULY 22.
Arriving—Prince Jolin rrom Ikeda
and intermediate ports, Queen
Charlotte Island ports, 6 p.m.
Arriving—Chelohsin from Vancouver
and way ports.
Departing—Chelohsin     for    Granby
and intermediate ports.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 28.
Departing—Prince John ror Port
Simpson, Masset and Naden
Harbor, 8 p.m.
Arriving—Chelohsin from Vancouver.
Arriving— Prince George from Vancouver,  Victoria and Seattle,  9
a.m.
THURSDAY, JULY 24.
Ai-riving—Prince Albert from Mas-
set and way ports.
Departing—Prlmce Georgo Tor Stewart 8 a. m.
FRIDAY, JULY 25.
Arriving—Prince George from Stewart, 6 a.m.
ViluceBS Mary from -Vancouver and
way ports. 9 p.m.      z
Camosun from Vancouver and way-
ports at 6 a.m.
Departing—Prince George for Vancouver, Victoria and Seattle, 9
a.m.
Priniess Mary for Skeena River and
Naas River ports.
Camosun for northern ports at S
a.m.
SATURDAY, JULY 20.
Arriving—Prince Hupert from Vancouver,   Victoria   and     Seattle,
9 a.m.
Princess May for Skagway.
Camosun from northern ports.
Departing—Prince Albert for Sklde-
Eate and  Moresby Island ports,
Prince Rupert for Granby   Bay,    12
midnight.
Princess May for Vancouver and
Victoria.
Camosun    for   Vancouver   and   way
ports. .
SUNDAY, JULY 27.
Arriving—Prince Kupert from Granby Bay, 5 p.m.
Arriving—Princess Mary from Naas
River points, 4 p.m.
Departing—Princess Mary for Vancouver, 6 p.m.
MONDAY, JULY 2S.
Arriving—Princess May from Victoria and Vancouver.
Departing—Prince Rupert for Vancouver, Victoria and Seattle 9
a.m.
Departing — Princess Sophia for
Skagway.
PRECEDENT SUPPORTS
STAND OF GOVERNMENT
Continued from  Page One.
formed by a series of five annual
votes, each of £500,000; that is lo
say, Parliament in 1909 not only put
through a vote of £500,000 tor Ibis
purpose, but ordained that each year
for four successive years a similar
vote was to be passed, This was
binding future parliaments to vote
money without discussion. Half a
dozen members of Parliament objected but the bulk of the Conservatives
and the whole or the Liberal party
voted against the proposal to condemn this method financing a big
proposition.
Thus we see thai a Conservative
Parliament in 1889 and a Liberal
Parliament in 1909 took exactly the
course which Mr. Borden has pursued
and which the Liberal wiseacres of
Canada are declaring to lie unconstitutional.
VALUABLE FOXES
WERE SENT SOUTH
(Continued From Page One)
the foxes and they were valued at
over $50,000. On the way south one
of them died. The loss represented
amounted to about $600,
WANTED- -A young woman for
kitchen and housework. Wages
$30 per month with room. Apply
Superintendent,    Prince      Ruperl
General   Hospital.— tf
COOK WANTED.
WANTED—A perfectly capable rook
is wanted for a young men's mess
In the city. Applications should be
addressed to Box 580 at once.
BREAKS INTO ORE.
Tunnel Over 400 Feet Long on Silver
Standard Gives 350 Feet Depth
on Upper Vein.
On Wednesday afternoon the good
news came from General Manager
Haskins at the Silver Standard Mine
that they had broke into ore on the
upper vein. The big crosscut tunnel
from the main shaft was completed
the latter part of the week and it
opened up a strong vein three feet
wide. The tunnel is 425 feet long and
gives a depth of 350 feet on the upper vein.
The miners are now running a drift
towards the three hundred foot, chute
which was opened up last year on
the surface. They expect to get the
big ore body any day as they should
not bave far to go.
Skeena Land District—District of
Coast Range 4.
TAKE NOTICE that MathiaB Al-
phonse can Roggen, of Vancouver,
B.C., occupation Netherlands Vice
Consul, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a
post planted about 14 miles south
and 14 miles east of End Hill, Banks
Island; thence 40 chains east;
thence 80 chains south; thence 40
chains west; thence SO chains nortli
to point of commencement and containing 320 acres more or less.
MATHIAS ALPIIONSE VAN ROGGEN.
Dated 7th June, 1913.
A Few Good
Buys
One Lot, Block 27, Section 1, Park Avenue; good terms  . .$4200
One Lot, Block 2, Section 2, Atlin Avenue;  good terms   . . . .$1500
One Lot, Block 4, Section 2, Atlin   Avenue,   62  ft.   frontage;   good
terms   $2000
One Lot, Block 7, Section 2, Second  Avenue;   good  terms   . .$3150
Double Corner, Block 17, Section 5, 75 ft. front on Seventh Avenue,
good terms; pair $4000
One Lot, Block 30, Section 6, corner  lane,  Eighth   Avenue;   good
terms    ,    $1800
Two Lots, Block 24, Section 7, Sixth Avenue;  good terms;     price
each    $1800
One Lot, Block 10, Section 7, Sixth Avenue; good terms  . .$1250
Two Lots, Block 35, Section 7   Seventh Avenue; good terms;  price
for pair $2200
One Lot, Blod 36, Section 8, Eleventh Avenue $500 Cash
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Skeena   Land    District — District of
Coast, Range 4.
TAKE NOTICE that Arthur L.
Littlg, of Vancouver, B.C., occupation Supt. of Traffic B. C. Telephone,
intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands: Commencing at a post planted
about 10 1-2 miles south and 10
miles east of End Hill, Banks Island;
thence 40 chains north; thence 40
chains west; tlience 4 0 chains south;
tlience 40 chains east and containing
160 acres more or less.
ARTHUR L.  LITTIG.
Dated Sth Juno,  1913.
Skeena  Land     District—District    of
Coast, Range 5. -
TAKE NOTICE that Mildred Grace
Beare, of London, England, occupation Married Woman, Intends to apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands: Commencing at. a post planted on the
north shore of an island lying south
of the south-western pail of Lot 224(1
Stevens Island, the said post being
about 20 chains west of the eastern
extremity of the first-mentioned island and about 20 chains south and
20 chains cast of the south-west corner of Lot 2240. Thence soulli io
tbe south shore of the island; thence
following the said shore easterly,
northerly and westerly to point of
commencement and containing tn
acre.-:   more  or  less.
.MILDRED GRACE BEARE.
Dated Cth June, 1913.
Skeena Land District—District of
Coasl Range 4.
TAKE NOTICE that Thomas
Ralph Nickson, of Vancouver, B.C.,
occupation Contractor, intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands: Commencing at a post planted about 16 miles
south and 14 miles east of End Hill,
Banks Island, thence 80 chains
north; tbence 80 chains west; tlience
80 chains south; thence 80 chains
east to point of commencement and
containing 640 acres more or less.
THOMAS RALPH NICKSON.
Dated  7th June,  1913.
Skeena Land District — District of
Coast, Range 4.
TAKE NOTICE that Minnie Kerr,
of Edinburgh, Scotland, occupation
Widow, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted on the west shore of Gil Island about 2 miles in a north-westerly direction from Ledge Point, tbence
north 80 chains; tlience wesl to
shoreline; thence following shorelines, to point of commencement and
containing BOO acres more or less.
MINNIE  KERR
Hated  June 6th,  1913.
THY  A   WANT  AD.
Steam Tug'Nora'
For Hire or Charter
Can Furnish Scow Also
Apply Can .Rorvik
Phone Blue 320. Standard Fisheries Dock
Skeena Land Districl District of
Coast, Range 4.
TAKE NOTICE thai Donald S.
liiontgomery, of Vancouver, B.C., occupation Barrister, intends to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted aboul 10 miles
south and 9 miles east of End Hill,
Banks Island; Ihence 80 chains
soulli; Ihence 40 ehains cast; tlience
80 chains nortli; thence 10 chains
west to point of commencement and
pontalnlng 320 acres more or less,
DONALD s. MONTGOMERY.
* Dated 8th June. 1913.
NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby given that
meetings of the Provincial Agricultural Commission will be held at the
following places:
Terrace—August 9th, 2:30 p.m.
Prince Rupert—August 11th and
12th,  10 a.m.
Hazelton—August 13th, 7:30 p.m.
Aldermere—August  15th,  10  a.m.
The Commission will hear evidence
on all matters affecting agricultural
conditions in the province.
All persons interested'are requested to be present.
\V.  II.  HAYWARD,  M.L.A.,
Chairman.
C.  B.  Christensen, secretary.
Skeena    Land   District — District of
Coast Range 4.
TAKE NOTICE that Frank Wallace, of Belleville, Out., occupation
School Teacher, intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands: Commencing at a
post planted at the westerly north-
eas\ corner of TL356; thence west
along south boundary of said TLS56
21.25 chains; thence norlh 34.17
chains more or less to W.P, southeast "Gold Sovereign" mining claim,
the same being the high-water line
of Kumrolon Inlet; thence easterly
and southerly following said high-
water line of Kumcolon Inlet to polnl
of commencement , containing 3ii
acres  more or less.
FRANK WALLACE.
W.  J.  Hatcher, Agent.
Dated  3rd July,  1913.
Skeena   l,aml   District — District of
Coast, Range 4.
TAKE NOTICE that James P.
Fisher, of Vancouver, B.C., occupation Bank Clerk, intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands: Commencing at a
posl. planted on south shore of Gil
Island about 100 chains in an easterly direction from Ledge Point;
thence SO chains north; thence 80
chains west; tbence south to shoreline; tbence following shoreline in an
easterly direction to polnl of commencement and containing 640 acres
more or less.
JAMES  P,  FISHER.
Dated  June lll.b,  1918,
ON THE   .MATTER  of an   application for the issue of a fresh certifi
cate of title for Lot 2014, Range
Coast   District,
NOTICE is hereby given that '■<■  Is
my  intention  to Issue after the i .
piration of one month from the first
publication hereof a fresh certificate
of  title  for    the    above-mentl mi ■
lands  In the name of Charles     o
itantlneau, which certificate of title
has been lost or destroyed, and
ivas registered on tho Sth    daj     of
June, 1012, as numbi r 1391   I.   '
II.   I-'.   MacLEl D,
Districl   R< ■■
Land  Registry Office, Prince  Ru-
pert, B.C., July 9, 1913.       112 aul2
Skeena  Land   district  — District of
Coast, Range 4.
TAKE NOTICE that Janet Henderson, of Edinburgh, Scotland, occupation Widow, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a posl
planled on the west shore of Gil Island about 2 miles in a north-westerly direction from Ledge Point;
thence north SO chains; thence east
80 chains; thence south 80 chains;
thence west SO chains to point of
commencement and containing 640
acres more or less.
JANET   HENDERSON.
Dated June  6th, 1913.
Skeena   Land   District — District ol
Coast, Range 4.
TAKE NOTICE that Jacob Ferst,
of Vancouver, B.C., occupation Tailor, intends to apply for permission
to purchase ihe following described
lauds: Commencing at a post planted
on the west shore of Gil Island aboul
one mile in a north-westerly dire,
lion from Ledge Point, thence easl
SO chains; Ihence north 80 chains;
tlience west, to shoreline; thence following shore In a southerly direction
to point of commencement and con
taining 640 acres more or less.
JACOB FERST.
Dated   June  6th,   1913
Skeena   Land   District — Districl  of
Coast, Range 4.
TAKE NOTICE thai James Baxter, of Vancouver, B.C., occupation
Rank Clerk, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a posl
planted on the south shore of Gil Island aboul 10 chains in a westerly
direction from Ledge Point; thence
north 80 chains; thence west to
shoreline, being Si) chains more or
less; thence following shoreline in a
south-easterly direction to point of
commencement and containing about
450 acres more or less.
JAMES BAXTER.
Dated June 6th, 1013.
Skeena Land District — District ol
Coast, Range 4.
TAKE NOTICE ihat Douglas P.
I.ockhart, of Vancouver, B.C., occupation Bank Clerk, intends lo apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing
;,t. a pnsi planted on south shore of
(HI   Island   about   100   chains   iu   an
easterly direction fr*om Ledge Point,
thence north sn chains; thence east
^u chains; thence south to shoreline;
il,. n< e following shoreline in a », i
erl Irei tlon to polnl uf commeni e
nn inn! i ontaining 6 Ie at res more
or  •   •.
DOJGLAS  1'.   LOCKHAR1
-il .!-.,•:<   6th, 1913.
SI   • .a   Land   Districl        Districl of
i ''.ist. Range 4.
iKE NOTICE thai     Midford  M
i;  .-. of Vancouver, B.C., occupation
C intends  lo apply  for  pormls-
si      lo  purchase  the  following  de-
si   'ice lands: Commencing at a posl
li   mod on south shore of Gil
ai        I mi chains in an easterly ilii'
i j       -..in i edge Polnl   them e noi I
80      ains;   thence easl   to shoreline;
follov lug    shoreline    in    n
so     : irlj   direction to point  of common   menl and containing i uO n   c
Mi,i        .if    II  -. .
MIDFORD M.  ROSS,
1   I    ie 6th,  L913.
SUMNER EXCURSIONS
T0&
Nay 28 to September 30
^      Return Limit October 31
tt NEW YORK and RETURN   S108.5O
YanCOUVer Chicago $ 72.50
Philadelphia    " " 9108.50
OR FOR-       TORONTO " " S 02.011
Claattln Montreal   •• $105.00
dCal lie BOSTON " $108.50
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many optional routes over various railways in connection with the
famous trains of the GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY SYSTEM.
AGENCY FOR ALL ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
Full Information* reservations, tickets, from A. DAVIDSON,
General Agent, Prince Rupert. Office on Third Avenue, near Rank of
Montreal. Phone 200
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VANCOUVER TO CHICAGO AND RETURN  $72.50
VANCOUVER TO ST. PAUu AND RETURN  $60.00
Other   po'nts   correspondingly low.
First steamer south—Princess Mary, Sunday, 6 p.m.
J. G. McNAB. General Agent
Cor. Third Ave. anil Sivtb SI.
STEEL! STEEL!
A shipment of tool and drill steel lias just arrived ul our wharf,
making our stock the most complete in town. I twill pay you
to get oui- prices should you need steel.
Remember we carry a complete stock of wood pulleys and can
supply your wants immediately*
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.Mrs. J. S. McNab arrived home last
evening by the Princess Sophia
-Mr. Phllpott was a passenger from
tbe south yesterday by the Princess
Sophia.
Messrs. Campbell, of the leaching
staff of Victoria, were passengers on
the Princess Sophia lasi evening.
'I hey  are  making  tlie  round   trip.
W. Marchant, Victoria, inspector of
customs, went nortli last nighi on
ilie Princess Sophia, lie has gone to
Dawson to make an Inspection of the
offices there.
In-. Bell-Irving, the well-known
canneryman of Vancouver, came
north on the Sophia yesterday, lie
has gone lo Ketchikan and will visit
I ne Naas and other canneries in
which he is interested before he returns to the south.
F. Pollard, instructor of music in
Ihe public schools in Victoria, was a
passenger on the Princess Sophia yesterday. He and Mrs. Pollard are on
their way to Skagway on the round
trip. In company with VV. Marchant,
inspector of customs, Mr. Pollard
made a tour about Prince Rupert
last evening, being delighted with the
city.
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SOCKEYE SALMON ARE
STILL VERY LIMITED
(Continued Front Page One)
to the effect that they are filling.
This, according to statistics that so
far have invariably stood the test, is
tne big year. Every canning plant of
British Columbia and the Sound has
gone to expense and pains to prepare
for the expected arrival of an exceptionally large quantity of salmon. It
is estimated that there has been invested in additions to plant equipment and in advances to fishermen
by the canneries of the Fraser River
alone as much as $1,000,000 already
this year.
The season is not so far advanced
for the Fraser River salmon that
there is not hope yet of putting up
a fair catch. In the northern waters,
however, the season when the fish
usually   run   is  almost   past.
There is no satisfactory explanation offered for the failure. The season is a late one and there is the
bare hope that there may yet be
something of a run for these waters
yet. The spring salmon are running
very late in the river and good
catches are being taken even yet. although this is very late for them.
If the sockeye pack is very small
in the south there is the possibility
that the pack of the late fish may be
very acceptable on the market this
season, so that the packers may find
it an advantage to put up a good
pack of the fall fish.
Mr. Williams, the fishery inspector,
has been looking over the reports of
the spawning grounds of the Skeena
four years ago to see what state
they were supposed to be in at that
time. The report is that the grounds
were well stocked with spawn that
year, so that in the natural order of
things there should be a good season
in the Skeena this year for the sockeyes. The absence of this variety of
fish would indicate that there is
something not connected with the
spawning process that has worked
havoc. Something at sea affecting the
feeding of the salmon or the life history at some future stage rather than
the fery early ones has come to interfere with the run.
Will Increase Gold Refining.
Ottawa, July 19.—Because the
amount of Canadian gold being suli-
mitted to the refining process at the
Ottawa branch or the Royal Mint Is
increasing year by year, the Government is taking steps to double the
capacity of the building anil plain.
Tenders will be called for the work
iu a lew weeks. The value of gold
refined  last year was $1,688,283,
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7,500 Employes to Make It
The Anheuser-Busch main plant and
branches give employment to 7,500 people.
The -main plant covers 142 acres, equal
to 70 city blocks. There are 110 separate
buildings, a city in themselves.
Hundreds of visitors every day go through
wiih guides to inspect this immaculate in-
stituticn.
One cannot see it without the conviction that quality is an Anheuser-Busch rule.
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PRINCE RUPERT IMP. CO.
Distributors PRINCE RUPERT, B. C.
The Morning Journal $5.00 a Year
GEO. D. TITE,
The Quality
Home Furnisher
Verandah and Camp Furniture
Just Arrived-Hammocks, Folding Chairs, and Camp Stools
See Our Window Display
Hummocks,  full  size;   price fjJ:t.—.'•, $3.75, $5.50 Folding Camp Chairs,    with  arms       $12.75
Folding   Chairs,   liurilw onil         $1.75 Folding   Camp  Stools       fltfc
Complete Line of
Furnishings
In  all  grades
Buffets,   Dining  Tables,  Dressers  and  Cheffon-
iers,  Iron  Beds,   Springs   nnd     Matresses
Upholstering To
Order
Having opened our new upholstering win-chouse we can make what you desire with
promptness.
Window Shades Made To Any Size
THIRD AVENUE       PRINCE RUPERT, B.C.
PHONE 20

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