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VOL. VI.
PRINCE RUPERT, I!. C,   SUNDAY,  APRIL  16.   11)1(3.
price •*> Cents.
No.   124.
THE CANADIANS ARE DOING GOOD W«
FIGHT
TURKS BEING BEATEN BY BRITISH AND RUSSIANS
No Infantry Fighting Reported In The Verdun Region
Dolly Varden Nine Is Ready To Supply Four Hundred Tons Of Ore A Day
Turkish Forces Are
Suffering Crushing
Reverses In The East
London, April in.—The Turks
have suffered crushing reverses on
their two main fronts. West ot Erzerum they am in flight before the
Russians. In the Tigris Valley of
Mesopotamia they have been driven
back by the army of General Gor-
rlr'rn South of Kut-El-Amara. News
of a Turkish defeat In the Caucasus
was received last night.
The Turkish stand west of Erzerum had taken the form of a counter
offensive after six days fighting. This
movement collapsed and the Turkish
defeat Is described as a rout by the
Russians.
In Mesopotamia floods filled the
Turkish trenches and compelled them
to thin their ranks to defend a wider
front. As a iresult they were severely punished by the British.
COUNT VON BUELOW
WANTED TO DISCUSS
PEACE TERMS
Milan, April 15.—Count Von Bue-
low, former Chancellor of Germany,
at a meeting with a French delegation which was sent to Lucerne, in
Switzerland, to discuss the exchange
of French and German prisoners,
wanted to discuss the question of a
separate peace with France.
The delegates stopped him by saying that they were not sent to discuss peace, and that France would
never entertain any Idea of a separate peace on any account.
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The Morning Journal delivered lo
your home at 50 cents a month.
Municipal Committee's
Important Resolution
Relative To Assessments
(Special   Correspondence.)
Legislative Press Gallery, Victoria,
April 11.—The Municipal Committee
today decided a vexed question of
taxation and assessment under the
Municipal Act, when it adopted a
resolution dealing with an application
which had been made by the Union
of B. C. Municipalities to the effect
that appeals on assessment from the
Court of Revision roula only be made
from the question of equalization,
that ls to say tbe Unions desire to
take away the right of any taxpayer
from appealing on his assessment,
unless he can show it is out of proportion with that of neighboring
property. The committee today
adopted the following resolution:
"Until after the expiration of the
year following the year in which a
peace treaty between Great Britain
and Germany shall have been signed
there shall be no appeal in respect
of any lands from the Court of Revision if the following provisions,
have been complied with, namely:
_ "If the aggregate assessment of
the land in the municipality 13 less
by ten per cent, than the assessment
of the year next preceding, and:
' "If the assessment of the land In
question is less by ten per cent, that
its assessment In the year next year
preceding, and:
"If the assessment of the land in
question is fair and equitable In comparison with other lands in the municipality, such comparison to be made
by reference only to the assessment
COURT OF REVISION
COMPLETED WORK
A  GENERAL   REDUCTION  OF SIX
AM) A-HALF PER CENT. MADE
OVER THK CITY
A  Few Cases Of  Equalization  Were
Considered A nil
Granted.
The Court of Revision for the city
has completed its work. There were
very few of the appeals found to be
well grounded in the opinion of the
court. A slight reduction was made
on the corner lot on Fraser Street
and Fifth Street, and on the three-
cornered lot on First Avenue and
Government Place.
A general reduction over the whole
city was made of 6 1-2 per cent, to
meet the reduced valuation on land.
TO PUT BOUNTY
ON HAIR SEALS
DEPARTMENT WILL PAY $1 FOR
EACH ONE KILED, BUT \VILL
NOT  INCLUDE SEA  LION
SAVE MONEY
Use New Wellington
COAL
I'HONK llfi
roll 6f the municipality for the year
1914.
"Provided, however, that nothing
herein  contained  shall  preclude any
appeal as to the area assessed, or, as
to the classification of the land."
Local Member's View.
The speech of Hon. Wm. Manson,
President of the Executive Council
on the New Land Bill this afternoon
was a valuable contribution to the
discussion of the measure. Hon. Mr.
Manson defended the Government's
policy of selling land during the hay-
day of real estate activity in the Province, pointing out that In the time
of British Columbia's boom, the Gov-
; ernment was absolutely forced to
j make improvements throughout the
Province. There were only two ways
of raising money for this purpose,
one by desposing of some of the natural resources of the Province, and |
the other by the heavy direct tax by
the sparce population.
Had the lawyer Government In Ot- j
tawa given more favorable consider- j
ation  to  "better terms"  for  British !
Columbia some years ago, it would ,
have been  possible for the Government to retain more land, he pointed
out.    The  Minister contended  there
was nothing unfair In the bill to take
badk land from speculators who had
not paid for It, ample time had been \
given  them  to  make  payment,  and
in view of the fact that they were to
be   given   a   Crown   Grant   to   land,
equal  to  the  money they  had  paid
In,   they   were  being   treated   fairly
Indeed.   It was desirable, he thought,
to reserve a large area for soldiers In
order  that when  the  time came  to
place the returnee warriors on the
land,   the   Government   would   have
ample Sold for selection.    He denied
the Opposition charge that the bill
(Continued on Page Three.)
Tails Will Be Accepted As Evidence
On Which To
Pay.
The Government at Ottawa is
again to pay a bounty on hair seals
killed on the coast. This is something that affects local  fishing.
Stewart Norrie, the local overseer
of fisheries, has received from headquarters an official statement of this
fact. It states that the Department
of Naval Service (Fisheries Branrh),
will pay ($1.00), one dollar, bounty
for each hair seal killed on the coast,
from the 15th of April, 1916.
(Continued on Page Four.)
MAYO* McCAFFERY'S
THANKS TO COUNCIL
BEFORE   LEAVING  HE  EXPRESSED HIS APPRECIATION OF
WHAT THEY DID
He   Says   Council   Stayed   Right   On
The Proposition Until
Ended.
At the council meeting held the
night before Mayor McCaffery left
for the south, he expressed his thanks
to the Board in connection with the
dealings which resulted ln the sale
of the bona's. He said the council
had acted very discretely in the matter, and the successful selling of
these bonds was in no small measure
due to the way in which the members of the council had worked together to secure the desired end.
The work of getting everything ln
shape for the consumation of the
transaction is still going on at the
city hall. Bylaws, deemed necessary
to carry that out, are being carried
as quickly as possible so as to enable Mr. Easton, representing the
buyers, to go east as soon as possible.
He expects to leave about   Tuesday.
INSTALLED EXCELLENT
COLD STORAGE AT ANYOX
Canadians Making
Showing Again In
Fighting At St. Eloi
NO   INFANTRY   ACTION
ANYWHERE  IX  VERDUN
REGION REPORTED
Paris, April 15.—North of Rove
a reconnaissance on the part of the
enemy was dispersed by our fire.
There has been no infantry fighting
anywhere in the Verdun region.
West of the Meuse there has been
a spirited bombardment of our positions between the Wood of Malin-
court and Hill 340.
In the Vosges there have been encounters with patrols.
BORN.
In this city, on Friday, April 14,
to Dr. and Mrs. Tremayne, a daughter.
|     London. April 15.—The Canadians
have endured  the strain  of a  most
I strenuous  nature 'day  after  day  In
the   great   crater   battle   round   St.
■Eloi.   The Sixth Brigade, made up of
i western battalions which had won a
i great reputation in its raids and for-
| ays into No  Man's Land  during the
I winter, has undergone an experience
I that will rank in the Imperial history
| with the opening days of the second
battle  of Ypres.    The  Twenty-ninth
Battalion    of    Vancouver    played    a
prominent part in the fighting.
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Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Whitely went
south yesterday. Mr. Whitely. who
has been employed in the land registry ollice, Is joining the colors below.
Staff Sergt. W. F. Beak, of the
102nd Battalion, left for the south
yesterday.
Geo. L. Clayton Has Returned From
The Smelter Centre.
George L. Clayton has returned
from Anyox where he has been putting In a cold storage plant for the
company. It is, says" Mr. Clayton,
a very complete one. It is 65 feet
by 50 feet, and has accommodation
for meat and all kinds of produce.
He says the plant is a perfect one,
having a capacity for ice production
sufficient for all needs as well.
Dolly Varden Mine Is
Ready To Supply Mill
Of Four Hundred Tons
Hiliare Belloc On
The German Losses
Estimated At Verdun
H'laire Belloc, the great economist
and statist, places the German losses
before Verdun at 270,000, and probably nearer 300,000. In a detailed
examination of the enemy's object,
Belloc shows that the Germans' original design of crushing back the
French troops beyond the Meuse and
breaking the French line was destroyed within the first week. On the
analogy of all other great offensives
of this war since the role of heavy
artillery became clear, the German
attack should then have ceased.
Although defeated In the original
military design, the Germans persisted In the offensive, believing that the
final moral and political effect of the
capture of the salient would more
than justify the tremendous cost involved. Belloc, who Is characteristically cautious In his conjectures, concludes that, the moral effect of the
entry Into Verdun Is the main German object.
"It la possible," he says, "that the
enemy believes that mere hamnier-
j Ing, no matter how small the French
' losses are compared with his own,
' will cause the French morale to
break. It Is for him to judge how far
'the result shows whether so strange
; a conclusion Is well founaod.
"The enemy may expect to shake
| tlip confidence of the world by enter-
I Ing Verdun oi  to shake, in a  more
restricted   rrea,  f'fl   morale  of  the
, French ari.y. He :::ay think It worth
, while to lose half a million men. His
lllncs will still bo intact if his losses
are three-quar'  rs of a million. But
'with every fra; Ion he throws away,
if his calculatl n or  moral effect is
unwise,  as   wo   believe   It   Is,   he   is
throwing away a calculable portion
of his remainln-f power to fight,"
With  the crntinuatlon of the en-
The Dolly Varden mine at Alice
Arm, with the future success of which
the camp Is so bound up, is ready to
supply a mill of four hunured tons
capacity as soon as that is erected.
The development has progressed far
enough to permit of that says R. B.
McGinnis, the head of the camp who
is in Prince Rupert for a few days.
The roayd will he constructed and
then the necessary mill equipment
will be taken in.
Mr. McGinnis says that there is a
splendid water power possessed by
the company, but this will not be developed this year to supply power.
The piping of the supply will take
some time. At first power will be
obtained from steam power. The company will make use of the timber
there, which is right at hand, to keep
Ihe boilers going. Later the electricity will he generated from water
power.
The Intention ef the company in
connection with the road that Is being built, Is lo inn a narrow guage
railing Into operation over the road.
This may later be widened, hut at
first, the-narrow guage will suffice.
bert Cecil, made this statement in
response to a question in the House
of Commons He said the Government considered the question of employment of vessels belonging to hostile nations and sheltereo in neutral
ports was a matter for neutral governments to decide. In arriving at a
decision the neutra' governments
concerned no doubt would take into
consideration that destruction of
merchant vessels by Germany had
the effect of diminishing the world's
tonnage and consequently affected
the trade of neutrals no less than
the trade of belligerents.
\V.  .1.   McCutcbeon,  who  for over
I six years has occupied the stand In
the   Empress Theatre  niock,  moved
his stock of drugs into the new' quarters at Ihe corner of Second Ave. and
I Sixth Street yesterday.    Ile has now
a commodious and splendidly equlp-
I ped  drug store.
; COAL
FAVORITE     HOUSEHOLD     Mill'
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emy's present , lormous losses Bolloc
declaras there '..t no reason why the
enemy should not reach, the Meuse
Itself, but only at. a price wfeich will
leave him exhausted.
BRITAIN    gives
THE    NEUTRALS    TIP
Why Not Take Interned German \e#-
spIk And I'se Them.
Any proposals put forward hy neutral governments with the Idea of obtaining immunity from capture for
vessels owned In nations at war with
Great Britain and placed In service
by neutrals will receive careful consideration from the British Government.
The War Trade Minister, Lord Ro-
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SUNDAY, APRIL 16,  1916.
PRINCE RUPERT JOURNAL
prince Buyer* journal
Telephone 188.
O. 11. NELSON, Editor.
Teleph  L3K.
Office: 12S Third Avenue, East,
near McBride Street. Telphone 138;
Postofflce Box ir>45.
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points in Canada: or $3.00 a year to
all points in the United Kingdom the
United States or other foreign
countries.
Advertising Rates Upon Application.
Telephone 138.
I Division of Cassiar District.    Where
located:     On  Salmon  River.
TAKE NOTICE ihat I, Daniel
Liudeborg, F, M. C, No. 93.839B.,
feting for myself and as agent for
Andrew Lindeborg, F, M. ('.. No. 93,-
838B., Hiram Stevenson, V. M. C,
No. 93.844B., and D. C. Barbrick, F.
M, C, No. 91.112B., Administrator
oi the James Pr( idfoot Estate, intend, sixty days from ihe date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder
for a Certificato of Improvements, for
the purpose or obtaining a Crown
Grant of the above   lalm.
And further take notice that action, under seciion 85, musl be commenced before tie Issue of such Certificate of Improvements.
Daten this 31st day of January, A,
D„  1910. m-2-jly-2
SUNDAY, APRIL 16, 1916.
TIMBER SALE X 505.
SERIAL BONDS.
The case for serial bonds in preference to the ordinary kind Is thus
Sealed tenders will he received by
the .Minister of Lands not later than
noon on tlie 19th day of April, 1916,
for the purchase of Licence X 595,
to  cut   425,000  feet  of  Spruce  and
Balsam, and 5,000 lineal feet of pil-
stated in Document 23 of the State of |,
ung on an area situated on the East
New   York's  Constitutional   Conven-
[shore of Olio Bav, Kitamat Arm,
tion:
"The   most    certain,   simple   and
Coast District, Range 4.
One  (1)  year will be allowed for
cheap way to amortize a debt is to ; removal of timber.
pay it off In annual installments. The
uncertainties of calculation which
have so unfortunately affected our
Jllffeing funds in the past are at once
eliminated. There Is no large fund
left in the hands of public officials
to be eared for and invested and reinvested for fifty years with all the at-
Further   particulars   of   the   Chief
Forester, Victoria,  B.  C. It.
MINERAL   ACT.
(Form F.)
Certificate Of Improvements.
XOTICE.
Balsam; Cedar; Cyprus and Spruce
tenaant risk and temptation, and the. Mineral Claims, situate in the Skeena
danger thai this power of investment | Mining Division of Cassair District,
in irlous local securities may be per-1 Where located: Granby Bay, B. C.
verted Into a political power is en- TAKE NOTICE that I, Fred Ril-
tirely removed. Furthermore, the tact chie, Free Miner's Certificate No.
thai the same administration thai in- 90.071B, acting as Agent for the
curs a debt, at once begins within a ; Granby Consolidated Mining, Smelt-
-.. r to make provision for its retire- ing .C- Power Company, Limited,
ment, necessarily and strongly tends! Free Miner's Certificate No. 90.810B,
toward   responsibility  and   prudence  intends,   sixty   days   from   the   date
LAND ACT.
Form Of Notice.
Skeena   Land    District,    District   Of
Const, Range 1.
TAKE NOTICE that Clyde A. Heller, occupation mine operator, intends-
to apply for peimlssion to purchase
the following uescribed lanes:
Cmmcncing al. a post planted
about one hundred yards Northerly
from the mouth of Paradise Creek on
the Easterly shore of Bear Lake
Princess Royal Island; thence East
40 chains; thence South 20 chains;
thence West 40 chains more or less
to the shore of Bear Lake; Ihence
Northerly along the shore of said
Lake to the place of commencement,
containing SO acres more or less.
February  3Sth,  1916. f a-24
CLYDE A. HELLER.
WATER NOTICE.
POSTAL NOTICE.
Postmasters are informed that the
exchange of Money Orders with Denmark, Holland, Norway aiid Sweden,
which was suspended on the 8th
August, 1914, has been resumed, and
Money Orders may be issued on these
countries at the same rates of commission as formerly.
MINERAL ACT.
(Form F.)
in the contraction of debt."
MINE ISA I. ACT.
(Form F.)
Certillcate  m   Improvements.
NOTICE.
■■TIP TOP," "RAMBLER," "BU-
ENA VISTA," "PROVINCE," ■MAIN"
AND "KNOB HILL," Mineral Claims,
sil   ate In the Portland Canal Mining
I hereof to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improve-
I nu ins, for the purpose of obtaining
a Crown Grant of the above claims.
Ano    further    take    notice    that
ac Ion,   under   sectioii   85   must   be
I commenced before the issue of such
Certificate  of  Improvements.
Dated  this  7th  day  of April,  A. D.,
1916. jly-14
.1.  FRED  RITCHIE, Agent.
Certificate   Of  Improvements.
NOTICE.
Blue Bird Mineral Claim, situate
in the Skeena Mining Division of
Cassier District. Where located: On
Glacier Creek, .Goose Bay, B. C,
about 2 miles from mouth.
TAKE NOTICE that I, J. Fred
Ritchie, Free Miner's Certificate No.
90.071B, acting as agent lor Arthur
C. Crookall, Free Miner's Certificate
No. 94.053B, intends, sixty days from
the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above
claim.
And further take notice that action",' under section 85, must be commenced before the issuance of such
Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 2nd day of February, A.
D., 1916.
J. FRED RITCHIE,
w-f-9. A"ent.
SVN.
PSIS      OF      COAL
REGULATIONS.
MINING
TAKE NOTICE Ihat THE SDRF
INLET POWEll COMPANY, LIMITED, wil' apply hy Petition to the
Minister for the approval of the undertaking of iis works and that such
Pclition will be heard in the office of
the Board on a date to he fixed by
the Comptroller and that any per-
son may file an objection thereto in
the ollice of tlie Comptroller or of
the Recorder of the  Distirct.
The name and address of Ihe ap-
pMcanl is THK SURF 1NI.ET POWEll COMPANY, LIMITED, having Its
Mean Office at 1,001 Rogers Building. Vancouver, B. C. Tne Water
Recorder's office in which this notice is to be filed is al tho Court
House, Prince Rupert, B. C. Tlie
nnme of the lake from which the
water is to be taken is Cougar Lake.
Princess Royal Island.
lhe quantity of wafer applied for
is ten thousand Inches or sixteen
thousand cubic feet per minute. The
proposed point of diversion is at a
point at the outlet of Cougar Lake,
and it is to be returned at a point
fit sea level on Surf Inlet, and will
he used for developing power and
electric energy to be used within a
radius of ten (10) miles of the
works on Princess Royal Island.
A copy of th.s notice was posted
on the ground on the 24th day of
February, A. D.,  1916.
Dated at Vancouver, B. C. this
24th day of February, A. D., 1916.
THE      SURF      INLET      POWER
COMPANY,   LIMITED.
F. W. HOLLER,
s-f-26.      Superintendent and Agent.
LAM) ACT.
Form Of Notice.
Skeena   Lund   District,   District
Coast. Range 4.
Ol
Send for Five Roses
Cook Book—
COUPON
Write N.me •«<! Adil.r.* r>l«inU
Don! Imftl to !ncW Ter Cent!
in tump*
NAME W DLALI"
BEING A MANUAL OF GOOD RECIPES c.rtfully
cl:o«cn from ll.c contribution^ "f °vrr two lliouiond
•uccenfu) tiaer, of FiVA Rot« Dour ttiroufzUut Canada.
*,Isp Urrlul Noleo on trie vano.is clnst-M ol good thing*
to rat nil ol which have ticrn cuefully checked
re--.hccVed by compelent nuthoritv.
"EWAH I
Coal mining right of tho Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and
Alberta, the Y-.Von Territory, the
Northwest Territories and a portion
of the Province of British Columbia,
may be leased for a term of twenty-one years at an annual rental of
$1 per acre Not more than 2,560
acres will be leased to one applicant.
Applications fov a leas, m ist be
made by the applicant In person to
th Agent or Sub-Agent of the dls-
tric in which the rights uprlifld for
are situated.
In surveyed territory the land
must Le described by sections, or
legal subdivisions of sections, and
in unsurveyed territory th tract applied for shall be staked out by the
applicant himself.
Each application must be ic om-
panied by a fee of ^5, which will be
r rundtd If the r.ght< applied for are
not available, but not otherwise. A
royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of Ihe mine at the
rate of five cents per ton.
The person operating the mine
shall furnish the Agent, with sworn
returns accounting for the full
quantity of merchantable coal mined
and pay the royalty thereon. If the
coal mining rights re nol lielug operated, such returuB sheu d o fur-
I nished at least once a year.
The lease will Include tbe coal
mining rights only; but the lesf.ee
may be pormlttel to purchase What
ever available sulfate rights may be
considered necessary for tlie work
ing of the mine at tho rate of $10
per acre.
For   full    .nformatlou   application
j should  be  made  to t. o  Secretary of
I the  Department of the Interior, Ot-
! tawa, or to any Agent, or Sub-Agent
of Dominion Lands.
W.   W.  CORY,
Deputy  Minister of tlie Interior
TAKE NOTICE that F. XV. Holler,
os Surf Inlet, occupation mine superintendent, intends lo apply for permission to purchase the following de-
s.rlbed lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about 150 feet South of the Northwest corner of Lot 11, Range 4, Coast
District thence South 20 chains;
hence West 20 chains more or less to
the shore of Surf Inlet; thence following the shore line Easterly and
Northerly to the place of commencement, containing 40 acres more or
less.
F^bruaiy 18th,  11)16. f-a-24
FREDERICK  A.   HOLLER.
HOTEL DIRECTORY
Members of the Prince Rupert
Licensed Vintners1 Association-,
WINDSOR HOTEL
Cor.  of  First   Ave.  and   Eighth
VV. II.  WRIGHT, Prop.
SI.
HOTEL CENTRAL
First Ave. and Seventh St.
European and  American  Plans
$1.00 to SU.r.O Per Day
Peter Black, Prop.
KNOX HOTEL
First    Ave    Between    Eighth    and
Ninth
European* Plan;   Rates 50c to $1.00
Per Day
Besner >V Besner, Props.
EMRPESS HOTEL
.7. Y. Rochester V. IL Casley
Thrill Ave. Between Sixth and
Seventh Sis.
ROYAL HOTEL
Corley  ,V-   Burgess,  Props.
Third Ave. and Si.vth St.
European Plan Steam Heated
BEAVER     WHOLESALE     LIQUOR
CO., LIMITED
Second Ave. nail Sixth St.
PHONE 102.
PRINCE I RPEIST IMPORTING CO..
LIMITED
Empress Hotel Ituilding—Third Ave.
PHONE 7
MINERAL ACT.
(Form F.)
Certillcate   Of   Improvements.
NOTICE.
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate Of Improvements.
NOTICE.
"Dolly Varoen," "Dolly Vaiden No.
1," "Dolly Varden No. 2," "Dolly
Varden No. 4," "Dolly Varden No.
5," "Dolly Varden No. 6," and "Dolly
Varden No. 7," Mineral Claims,
situate in 'the Skeena Mining Division   of  Cassair  District.
Where located: About 17 miles
from head of Alice arm on the Kitsault River.
TAKE NOTICE that Richard B.
McGinnls, Free Miner's Certificate
94,015, Agent, tor K. Ludwig Elk,
Free Miner's Certificate 98,918, Ole
Pearson, Free Miner's Certificate 94,.
004, Ernest Carlson, Free Miner's
Certificate 94,003, Ole Evindsen,
Free Miner's Certificate 93,909, and
Charles Swanson, Free Miner's Certificate 93,902, Intends, sixty days
fioni the date hereof, to apply lo (he
Alining Recorder for a Certificate of
Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of each of fhe
above claims.
AND FURTHER take notice, that
action, "under section 85, must be
commenced before the issue of such
Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 30lh day of Marcli, A. D.,
1916. m-30.
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LURIBUS" AND "LAURA" Mineral
Claims, situate in the Portland Canal
Mining Division of Cassiar District.
Where located: On Salmon River
TAKE NOTICE that I, Daniel
Lindeborg, F. M. C„ No. 93.839B
acting for myself ana as agent for
Andrew Lindeborg, F. M. C, No. 93,-
S3S13., Hiram Stevenson, F. M. O,
No. 93,S44B., and D. C. Barbrick. F.
M. C, No. 91,1121)., Administrator
of the .lames Proudfoot Estate, intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the Alining Recorder
for a Certificate of Improvements, for
the purpose of obtaining a
Granl of the above claim.
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menced before the issue of such Cer
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D., 1916. m-2-ily-2
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Prince   Rupert   Assessment   District.
Notice is hereby given in accordance with the statuit": thai all assessed taxes, income and school tuxc.
nssesBed and levied under tho "Taxation Act" an.l 'Public Schools Act"
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Dated at Prince Rupert, B. C,
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C. W. HOMER,
Assessor and Collector for the
Prince Rupert  Assessment  District.
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did not make for compact settlements, every effort would be made to
bring this about, he contended. Pro-
fool ion would he given to those who
had made improvements on the land
not yet paid for, and purchasers who
had bought from the s| eculative com-
panles would also he safeguardeo by
the Oovernmenl.
Vancouver Member's Opinion.
Mr. A. ii. 13. Macgowan expressed
his pleasure In the fact that tiie bill
look a hep towards removing the
system of obtaining land under power
of attorney Al] land not actually
pre-empted should be sold on the
open market, he said. He regretted
Hint the Opposition had seen fit to
criticize the bill, nnd pointed out that
In Ottawa the party leaders had
agreed not to wrangle over war measures.
A Liberal View.
M. A. Macdonald, Vancouver, ob-
jecteo to the bill. He said that it
would mean holding hack large
quantities of land from production
for over three years. He said the
bill was unworkable. He did not
think a very big percentage of soldiers would go on the land, and he
wanted to know what would be 'lone
for the rest of them who would lot.
He thought the Government should
obtain a large tract of land, develop
it, and then place the soldiers upon
it   in  settlements.
Forfeited Mineral Claims.
A bill to amend the Taxation Act
was brought in the House this afternoon. It deals with the disposal of
forfeited mineral claims, and provides that when a Crown Granted
mineral claim has heen forfeited to
the Crown under the provisions of
the Taxation Act, it may be leased
by the Gold Commissioner for one
year for $2.": with a single renewal
for a further term of one year for
the same rate. The lessee may at
any time before the expiration of his
lease obtain a Crown Grant upon
payment of all taxes, cost nnd interest, due on tho claim at tlie date,
of forfeiture, and also all taxes nnd
interest from the date of the lease
to the date of the application. There
will  he no fee for the Crown Grant.
If the lessee expends upon the
claim in development work at least
$200 a year during the continuance
of the lease, then the tax from the
date of the lease to the date of application shall not be levied. This bill,
it is believed, will be valuable to the
prospector, who may, through financial inability to pay his taxes, be forced to forfeit his property to the
Crown. At the present time, If he desires to regain his claim, he must buy
the property In at auction, thus meeting the competition of any wealthy
corporation which might desire to obtain his property. This bill, however,
will provide the prospector may lease
his forfeited claim for two years, and
during that time can regain ownership by paying up costs.
Church Land Tax.
After receiving scleral delegations
on the subject of church site exemption from taxation, the Municipal
Committee of the House decided today that it could iim see its way
clear to make any recommendation
for such exemptions. All church property,   therefore,   »iM   be   taxed,   ns
ni ovided   for  In   the   Municipal   Act.
I
I The Baptists nnd Unitarians were
■ thi- onlj denominations which wore
j against exemption of churches  from   .'   holds     both     Canadian     nnd
LAND  \CT.
Skeena   Land    District,   District   Of
Const, Range 4.
TAKE NOTICE that Frederick
Bradshaw, of Tonopah, Nevada, occupation mine manager, intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about 200 feet Easterly from the
Northwest corner of Lot 40, Rang?
4. Coast District; thence North L*.
chains; thence West 20 chains:
thence South 20 chains more or less
to the shore of Surf inlet; thence
following tho shore line to the place
of commencement, containing forty
ceres more or less.
February 18th, 1916.
f a-24        FREDERICK BRADSHAW.
Royal Naval College Of Canada,
The next examination for the entry
of Naval Cadets will be held at the
examination centres of the Civil Service Commission in May, 1916, successful candidates joining the College
on or about the 1st August. Applications for entry will be received up
to the loth April by the Secretary,
Civil Service Commission, Ottawa,
from whom blank entry forms can
now be obtained.
Candidates tor the examination In
May next must be between the ages
of fourteen and sixteen on the let
July, 1916.
Further aetalls can be obtained on
application to the undersigned.
G. J. DESBARATS.
Deputy Minister of the Naval Service.
Department of the Naval Service,
Ottawa, January 10th, 1916.
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advertisement will not be paid for.
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taxation, the other denominations or
bodies all Favored exemption of
church  properly taxed.
Railway Assessment,
The committee also decided todaj
thai   it  could  noi  see  iis  way  deal
' to provide for a uniform assessment
of rallwhy riglit-of-wa} al ion thous
and a mile throughouf the Provlm
\ It  is believed  thai  In  n i tniiuil  Im a
lions,-such as Kamloops, Revelslolte,
Cranfirook,    Nelson,    Pentlcton    and
: oi her points \\];-i e rnthva  i   ha i  ex-1
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Mrs.  .1.   II.   Ililditch   has  gone  to
; Port land on a visit.
.lohn Wallace, ot the Butedale
Cannery, in in the city.
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Mrs. McCaffery accompanied the
i Mayor south yesterday morning. She
1 will return in a few days.
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Col. C-. Kirkpatrick, of the 11th
C M. R., went south yesterday after
a trip to the interior.
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Geo. McKenzie, of Anyox,  who is
' employed hy the Granby Company, is
in the city for a day or two.
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Major Bullock-Webster, who is attached to the Hth Battalion, is now
in  ti;e city.    He  returnea  from  the
interior  on  Friday night.
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, F. V.'. Hart, an ..old-time resident,
has gone south. He expects to make
quite an extensive tour through the
I'nited States before returning.
G. F. Johnston, formerly of Re-
gina, has taken the position of ticket
agent in the local G. T. P. office. He
succeeds S. 0. Erich, who is enl'lt-
ing.
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Grand Shakespearean Festival by
the students of the High School ln
lhe Westholme Theatre April 20.
General admission 2!j cents, reserved
.seats 50 cents. tf.
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Bulger & Denike do reliable watch
repairing. 1-w.
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The Salvation Army is giving a
splendid concert on Monday evening.
Rev. J. F. Dimmick will preside at
the gathering.
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Spring salmon is still scarce, and
not sufficient, to meet the demands
for fish. The quantity being brought
In Is Increasing somewhat.
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High  School   Pupils  Will  Appear In
Plays From Great
Dramatist.
The pupils of the High School are
preparing to give a Shakespearean
Festival next week in the Westholme
Theatre, under the patronage of the
staff of the school. They are staging
scenes from several of the plays of
the greatest dramatist of the world,
and will present them that evening.
These will be taken from "Julius
Ceasar," the Merchant of Venice,"
"Henry V," and "A Midsummer
Night's Dream."
price)   is not agreed upon.
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The tails will be accepted as evidence and no bounty will be paid
on seals killed before the 15 of April.
No bounty will be paid on "Sea
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" f'ANADA from her abundance can help supply the Empire's needs,
^ and this must be a comforting thought for those upon whom the
heavy burden of directing the Empire's affairs has been laid. Gain or
no gain the course before the farmers of Canada is as clear ns It was
last year—they must produce abundantly in order to meet the demands
that may be made, and I behove this to be especially true in regard to
live stock, the world's supply of which must be particularly affected in
this vast struggle. Stres3 and strain may yet be in store for us all
before this tragic conflict is over, cut not one of us doubts the issue,
and Canadians will do their duty in the highest sense of that great
word."—HON. MARTIN M'RRELL, Mirv»k:r of Agriculture.
MODERN war is made by resources, by money, by foodstuffs, as
well ns by men nnd by munitions. While war is our first business, it is the imperative duty of every man in Canada to produce oil
that he c..--., t .'.. -■'.: ," ul ly her ! "'..:'. OUT jobbers ore in tbe trenches,
in order that the resources of the country m jy not only be conserved, but
increased, for the greut struggle that lies before us. ' Work and Saue '
is u Rood motto for War-time."—SIR THOMAS WHITE, Minister
uf Finance,
THE CALL OF EMPIRE COMES AGAIN IN 1916
TO CANADIAN FARMERS, DAIRYMEN, FRUIT GROWERS, GARDENERS
WHAT IS  NEEDED ?  these in particular-
wheat, OATS, HAY,
BEEF, PORK, BACON,
CHEESE, EGGS, BUTTER, POULTRY,
CANNED FRUITS, FRUIT JAMS,
SUGAR, HONEY, WOOL, FLAX FIBRE,
BEANS, PEAS, DRIED VEGETABLES
We must feed ourselves, feed our soldiers, and help feed the Allies.   The need is greater in
1916 than it was in 1915.    The difficulties are greater, the task is heavier, the
need is more urgent, the call io patriotism is louder—therefore be
thrifty and produce to the limit.
"THE  AGRICULTURAL   WAR   BOOK  FOR  1916" is now in the proas.   To bo had from
The Publications Branch, Department of Agriculture, Ottawa.
THE  GOVERNMENT   OF CANADA 2
THB tJBPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE THE  DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE
TAKE NOTICE that I, Miles Mac-
Innia, of Anyox, B; 03., occupation
merchant, intend to :.,j',.iy for pei-
inission to purchase the following described land: Commencing at a posl
planted about 1,600 feet distant in
a southeast direction from tbe shore
of an unnamed lake situated near
the summit of the divide between
the head of Alice Arm and the Naas
River, being aboit sixteen miles in
an easterly direction from the head
of Alice Arm, Cassiar District, B. C.
Thence south 80 chains, thence west
80 chains, thence north 80 chains,
thence eas' SO chains lo the point
oil commencement, ind containing
1310 acres, more or le«u.
MILES MacINNIS,
Applicant,
Carl Bowman, Agent
NOTICE.
SHERIFF'S SALE OP LAND.
IN    THE    SUPREME    COURT    OF
BRITISH  COLUMBIA,
BETWEEN:   C.  L. Queen,  Plaintiff;
AND
The   Pine   Creek   Flume   Company,
Limited, Defendant.
Pursuant to the order of the Honourable Air. Justice MacDonald made
herein, I will offer for sale at my
office ln the Court House, Prince Rupert, B. C, on Thursday, the 20th
day of April, A. D., 1916, at the hour
}f 11 o'clock in the forenoon, the following lands and leases: —
Lot 254, Group 1, Cassiar District,
Province of British Columbia; and
three hydraulic leases, known as
"Dynamite," "Dewdney" and "Vancouver," all being situate and lying
on the North side of Pine Creek,
l*rovince of British Columbia.
The only charge appearing against
Lot 254 is a conveyance in fee by
way of mortgage to secure debentures to the amount of Ninety-eight
hundred dollars ($9,800.00), registered the 17th day of December,
1903, and the Judgment herein for
Sixteen hundred and ninety-five dollars ($1,695.00), and costs, filed the
14th day of June, 1915, under num-
Further particulars may be obtained at my office.
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JOHN   SHIRLEY.
Sheriff.
NOTICE,
Notice Is hereby given to firms and
individuals who sell provisions or
other supplies to Stewards of Canadian Government Ships under this
Department, that the Department ls
not responsible for debts contracted
by such Stewards.
Clause No. 3 of Contract with
Stewards, covering the Victualling
of  such   Ships  reads  as  follows: —
"It Is distinctly understood by the
"parlies hereto that the said Depart-
"ment shall not be responsible for
"any debts contracted by the said
"Steward, and the said Steward
"agrees to notify all persons with
"whom he wishes to contract for the
purchase of any such provisions,
"store or Groceries, and befoie eon-
"tructing for same, that the said De-
"partment, shall not be responsible
"for any debt to be contracted by him
"In that or any other respect."
G. J. DESBARATS,
Deputy Minister of the Naval Service.
Department, of liie Naval Service,
Ottawa, March 21st, 1916.
Unauthorised publication of this
advertisement will not be paid for.
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aud fitting glasses, and last mid-summer took a post' graduate
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York, in which the eye is measured by a beam uf reflected light
and any trror Is recorded.
Out we do nol simply rely on one method; each eye Is tested
separately, in three different ways, besides trying the muscular balance, together and the nervous  acutenees.
We use tbe new drugless method's, no drops in the eye and no
heavy frame resting on your face; ours swings from the wall by a
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9    HARRY  SELFF. a  watchmaker of long experience has been pnt In
charge of that department—Satisfaction guaranteed.
See our stock ol nuggets from the North. Make your choice while
they last and have then, made up it. tiie city as stick-pin. brooch
or pendant.
Encourage Home Industry and keep the money In the city.
EYES TESTED SCIENTIFICALLY by an expert In that Iln* of
work—Latest appliance for testing. e
HIOH CLASS STOCK TO CHOOSE FROM ?■
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Corner Third Avenue and Sixth Street    I
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* " THE   METHODIST  CHURCH
X    British Columbia Conference Rev.. J. F. Dimmick, Pastor.
I    Parsonage 632 Sixth Ave. W.    Church, Sixth Ave. & Musgrav   Place
X MR. HARRY HANSON, Prince Rupert, B. C, April 9, 1914.
J        "The  Reliable   Plumber,"
X Prince Rupert, B. C,
j I have great pleasure 1.1 certifying  to  the  excellent  hot  water
I and heating system that you Installed  in  our  parsonage,  and  that
* after six months of operation through   the   winter   months   It   has
X given every satisfaction.
X The system heats a thirty gallon tank of water to boiling tem
perature in one hour after the fire has been started; it in no way
interferes with the oven for baking purposes. In addition to this,
the wall ladiator which you placeo in dining-room and connected
with the range boiler has given us splendid satisfaction, supplying
us with ample heating throughout, the w'nter, saving us the cost of
a stove and fuel.
I most heartily testify to the satisfaction and efficiency of your
system and gladly recommend It.
Yours very truly,
(Signed)   (Rev.)  J. F. DIMMICK.
Speceinl price for  coil  for month  of March only will he Fifteen
dollars, Ten dollars cash, balance 30 days.
HARRY HANSON
THE   RELIABLE   rLVMBEH
Phone 480
P.  O.  Box  305
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FREDERICK  PETERS.  II.O
Barrister, Solicitor and Notary Public
'die* ln
BXCHANOB BLOOR
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j Royal Bank of Canada
HEAD    OFFICE:   MONTREAL ESTAHLlSHF.il   1800
Capitnl Paid up $11,500,000
Reserve.  Fund       $13,230,000
Total Assets $200,000,000
Savings Hunk Department- M will open an acconni
X    llnniclics   Throughout   Canada ai...  iianking Connections With All
* Parts of the (.'niter* States. Agents Throughout the World.
* F. W. DOHERTY. Manager . Prince    Rupert    Branch
*
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A. E. WRIGHT
Provincial  and   Dominion   Laud  Sui-
veyor—Surveying   and   Engineering'.
letween  Second and  Third  Ateni.es
P. O. Box  10.
SAVE YOUR
EYES
If you would save your eyes—have
them fitted perfectly with glasses hy
DR. INMAN
Offices—788 Exchange Building
DR. J. S. BROWN, DENTISi
Crown and Bridge Work a
Specialty
Oflee: Smith   Block,   Third   Arena*
484.
IMPERIAL MACHINE IRKS
Engines   Installed   und   General
i:.'i
■)xy-Acetyleue   Plaal   In uctlou
Phone Rod 150 Third ..     .iue
Prince Rupert Journal
50c. per Month
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Capt. J. McGee
M.M.S.A.
Masters and Mates prepared
for examination. Compass adjuster.
Phone Red 502
"NAUTIOAIi   ACADEMY"
Holgflrson Block, opposite
Royal Hotel
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