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 The Journal
$5.00
a Year
tiwtt  ftujxeri
High-Class
Job
Work
TOL. VI.
PRINCE RUPERT, 11. ('.. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER IT. 101(1.
Price ..  Cents.
Xo. 301.
LOCAL SOLDIERS TOOK THREE HUNDRE
Mining Property Of Great Promise At Babine Mountain
Sir Sam Hughes1 Very Indiscreet Speech At Toronto
Indiscreet Speech At
Toronto That Caused
Sir Sam's Retirement
The speech, which it is said was
the final act calling for Gen. Sir
Sam Hughes resignation, was that
delivered recently at tho Empire
Club In Toronto. In the course of the
speech Sir Sam told of his efforts,
finally successful, to secure control of
troops, arms, equipment and hospitals overseas. British methods.
equipment and organization, he maintained, had proved Inferior.
"On the principles of responsibility," he said, "we in Canada rose and
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asserted, ourselves."  Sir Sam  added
that ho did not blame the llritish
Government. "It was the fault of
officials who had no experience of
any kind."
"In the second year of the war,"
he said, "we found that Bavaria and
Saxony and other German states,, integral parts of the German Empire,
controlled their own troops, their appointments, although the men were
all paid out of the German Imperial
Exchequer. Yet 'Canada, paying her
own men, hearing (he entire cost, had
no similar privilege. It need not,
therefore, surprise anyone to learn
that when this was brought up, those
In responsibility objected to being
treated any longer as a crown colony,
and took steps to see that Canada
should he recognized in this matter
I and tbat our promotions and ap-
(Continued on Page Two.)
FOR buyers are     British airships    Most Promising Mine
INVADING NORTH
PEACE RIVER, NORTH OF EDMOX.
TON, HAS BECOME A NEW
CENTRE
Agents   Are   Going   Out   In   AutoV
To Get Their
Stocks.
Local Men Took Huns
Prisoners To Number
Of Three Hundred
Word received from tlle front indicates that the 102nd Battalion,
which represents this part of the
Province at the front, is doing its
part well. On October 21, when Capt.
Adair Carss of this ci'v. was killed,
together with several other officers
of the Battalion, the local regiment
iput up a very determined light. A
letter received last night indicates
that the local company had 1.00 Ger-
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Westholme
Opera House
FRIDAY ONLY
JOHN BARRYMORE
—IN—
"THE RED WIDOW"
Comedy in Five Acts.
HELEN HOLMES
In the 11 th Episode of
'THE GIRL AND THE GAME"
SATURDAY ONliY
HENRY KING
i a  powerful  photo-play
ihi; crooked hoad"
man prisoners to ihc-ir credit on that
day. This information was received
by the parents of A. and Fred Hardy,
who had their pari in It,
The letter received gives the information that Fred Hardy,, who will
be remembered here as not of very
large statute was nevertheless responsible for three prisoners. He was
reminded by a German of bis low
statute and told that be was too small
for a Canadian. A tickling up with
Fred's bayonet, however, made him
realize that that was no place to discuss questions of height.
In bis letter reference is made to
be death of Capt. Carss and the
other casualties in the regiment.
Fred was himself wounded, as previously reported, and is now in hospital in Sheffield, England, but says
he will soon be able to get back at
the Huns.
Al.  Hardy,  his  brother, was. shut
Peace River Is the mecca for fur
buyers this season no less than five
prominent houses declaring their intentions of placing agents there says
the Edmonton Journal. Besides
these there are a number of free
lance buyers working out of here.
This yen- will sec. a= never before,
,-lie travelling buyer working out into
ii-e "i--i heart of th ■ fur country. Already the advance giarl lias scatter
ed away among the trappers as far
distant a_ a bundre I mile., or
more, picking up the firs', catches of
the season. As an instance of what
is being done along that line, and to
show how universal is the quest for
Mr. Fur-bearing Animal, recently an
Itinerant buyer hired an autor driver
lo take him thtoiigh the,well settled
districts oi Fredinatall and Water-
hole, and to the surprise of the driver
he picked up in one forenoon fin's to
the value or two hundred dollars.
A good winter trail leads to Fort
Vermilion and already buyers have
started out over it to pick up the
skins already caught.
This coming of the buyer to the
trapper's very door is. new to him
and gives him a new idea of his Importance; likewise, it gives him a
new idea of prices that should prevail. This going out into the wilds
and taking the fur from the trapperr,
giving him the good had cash, Is discomforting to the old-time trader,
too. He finds now that his goods lie
on the shelves from year to year, so
far as the trapper is concerned, and
he either must change his methods
and cater to the modern custom or
go out of business,.
WURKMG RIOT
GERMAN   RAILWAY   DINES   SUFFER AT HANDS OP THE
AEROPLANES
BHtish Chaplain And Few Men Capture Huns In Ancre
llistriet.
London, Nov. 16.—British aeroplanes have again been showing their
superiority. They have, within the
past twenty-four hours, been carrying on most succes-srul bombing attacks over the German lines.
The attacks were against the enemy aerodromes, railway lines, stations and rolling stock.
A British chaplain, with only a few
soldiers assisting made a roundup of
four hundred Germans who surrendered. This took' place in the Ancre
district.
Located At Babine
Maintained On G.T.P. Line
Reports from Edmonton are ro the
effect that capital is being raised
there to develop fully a most promising silver property on Babine Mountain, close to the line of the G. T. P.
The new silver mining concern is
the Keystone Mining Company, capitalized at $200,1,00, with powers to
carry on a general development business, in silver, lead, gold and copper.
It has twelve claims on the west side
of Babine Mountain, which is about
half way between Prinee George nnd
Hazelton.
The galena ore on this slope of tbe
mountain runs in value at from *7~.
to $12." a ton in its unlive state, ami
is in such formation that mining can
be done at. a minimum of expi \\~     A
Chicago company which has corresponding rights on the east side of
the mountain has already made plans
for active development next spring,
and its concentrating plant will, by
special arrangement, be used by tlie
Edmonton company for treating lire
ore from the west side as soon as it
is ready. An outlay of some $300,000
will be made by the Chicago people
next siuing. including a main runnel
into the mountain, and the Keystone
mine will have tbe advantage of this
closely adjacent plant witliorn the
necessity of putting in one of Its own.
A. T. Harer, who for a time was
Chairman of the Natural Resources
Committee of the Edmonton Indus-
(Continued on rage Four.l
STATEMENT OF
I'I NANCES FOR
CHILDREN'S CONCERT
The fallowing is a statement of the
[receipts and expenditures in connection with the concert given by the
city school children in aid of the Belgian orphans in the Westholme
Theatre on Tuesday evening;
Receipts.
Sale of tickets   $312.5.
Sale  of candy           48.00
Contribution from Westholme
Theatre           12.00
Trust Company's Affairs
Are Made Subject Of
Enquiry In Court Case
Total       $372....-,
Expense.
Rent of theatre  $72.00
Printing      15.25
Flags, etc     10.00
Total $97.35
Balance    $275.20
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ALLIES ON EAST AND
SOUTH HAVE HAD
SUCCESSFUL  DAY
The    affairs    of   the    Continental  offered    stock    in    the    Continental
Trust Company are now being inves-1Trusl   Company   by   Mr.   McCafferj
tigated  in  the  Supreme  Court,  incidental to a law suite which Is being
tried, McGregor vs. Naden et al. Tlie
plaintiff. D. M. McGregor of Vancouver, a stock broker, seeks to recover
from G. R. Naden,T. I). Pattullo and
M. P. McCaffery for the price paid
by him for the controlling interest
in the Continental Trust Company in
1914. He does so on the ground that
the situation of the company was not
properly represented tn him when he
bought. For the defense it is, alleged
'that there was no attempt to conceal anything, but thai the true posi-
who said lie re; resented besides himself Messrs. Pattullo and Xaden. Ile
had said thai the company would
require about $2,000 or $3,000 to
put it in good shape. A fourteen day
option was taken on the 11" shaes
of the company, which was represented for $2,000. Mr. Wilson was to join
him in Ihe enterprise, bul later dropped out, leaving Vancouver.
Later he came to  Prince  Rupert,
and upon a statement prepared    by
(Continued on Page Three.)
GERMAN FORCES HAD
SLIGHT SUCCESSES
BELGIANS ALSO WON
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but  will  soon  be all right.
For  three  days  previous  to   this
fight   Al.   had   been   detailed   to   tbe
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action.   His   feel   had,   however,
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FOR SALE
Five-Roomed House mid Lot for the price of the House, close in.
FOR RENT
Steam Hented Apartoient, Stephens Block.
Steam Heated Store, Stephens Rlock.
Steam Heated Apartment, Merryfleld Bloc's.
See List of HOUSES,    STORES AND OFFICES.
INSURANCE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES
M. M- STEPHENS
NOTARY I'l'RLIC
REAL ESTATE
Paris, Nov. 1 0.—Strong German
forces today attacked the French
positions north and south of the
Somme. A slight advantage was gained, but at an exceedingly heavy cost
lo the enemy. The Germans, also secured footings in St, Pierre, al Vaasl
Wood and at Pressoire.
The Belgians, near Hixmude, however, turned the lide. Tbey raided the
German trenches and secured several
prisoners,
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CANADIANS MADE
SMART SHOWING
AT HARD WIRING
London, Nov. 16,—A successful of- I
tensive  is carrying  the  Allied  lines
towards Monastir. The Serbians continued    their    pursuit    of    the   Bulgarians  also.
The Rumanian army has raptured
Boasic.
ion of the company was presented, | j
The plaintiff is represented by W.
Steers of Vancouver. For Mr. Pat-
tulo, L. W. Patmore appears., whip.
Messrs. Xaden and McCaffery is represented  by  W.  E.  Williams.    Tbe
lease   is   being   tried   by   Mr.   Jus!ice
! Morrison.
Plaintiff's Contention.
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ARCADE
CAFE
Now doing business
OPEN   DAY   AND   NIGHT
First ("lass Service
Everything   New   and   I'p-To-
Date.
•*■   fled yesterday morning to the effei
The   Russians  have   likewise  had  that In February, 1914, he had boo
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succesison
recapturing   thc   trenches
near  Xarnyoukn.
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A letter received by Mrs. Knight
of this city, from her brother, XV. C.
White, who is with the 119th Battalion at Bramshott. gives the information that that Battalion has made
the best time by six minutes at barb
wire work. This is the battalion that
was raised by Col. Smythe. M. P., in
Algoma,
When Buying Coal get the best. It
costs the same. New Wellington
Conl—Phone 110. tf.
EMPORIOM FOR ALL KINDS OF
MARKET AND STOREHDI SK JUST OPENED IN OLD
DANK OF MONTREAL BUILDING, FOURTH STREET,
BETWEEN   SECOND   ANI) THIRD AVENUES.
Highest Market Prices Paid For Furs
In Any Quantity
CONSULT  IS  BEFORE  GOING   ELSEWHERE
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CHOCOLATES
81.00 tho Box, Wrapped, ready for
mnlllii-'. address label attached. .Insi
the (birrs to send lo the Boys nl thc
Front.
ORME'S LIMITED
HAPY A. HARVEY
eacher of Violin, Piano, Violincello
and Harmony
Late of the London, Eng., Conservatory of Music. Pupil of Lansdowne
Cottell, the Belgian musician. Pupils
prepared for the Associate Board,
Vancouver Centre, Royal College of
Music.
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IINCE  RUPERT. II. C ;
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FRIDAY.  NOVEMBER  17,  1910.
i'RINCE HDFCRT fOUHHAl
$nnce ftupcr- journal
Telephone 138.
O. H. NELSON, Editor
Telephone 138.
Offlce: 128 Third Avenu. East,
near McBride Ptreet. Telphone 138;
Postofflce Box 1545.
DAILY  EDITION.
Published every morning except
Monday. Delevered by carrier in the
city at the following rate, if paid in
advance:—
One Year    J'-OO
Six Month        $2.50
Three Moc'bs     51.25
If not paid in advance,
per Montis     $0.50
Advertising limes I'pon Application.
Telephone 188.
GOVERNMENT BULLETIN' OF
THE ATHABASKA COUNTRY
Interesting  Facts  About  The  Great
North Country Contjloei In
Publication.
v 3Jp,r_I#t*iJ_i.i
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER  11
1916,
THE PASSING OF SIR SAM.
The forced retirement of Sir Sam
Hughes from the position of Minister j
' Militia is regrettable in many
.. A change at a time like rhis I
is not desirable Moreover, he has
qualities thai made him a most use- !
ful minister for a time tbat demanded quick action. Had Sir Ram been
born dumb it might have been better
for him and lor all concerned. He was
ever too anxious to 'alk, and on occasion was too flip/tint in his manner
Of dealing with weighty subjects. At
the sam. time Canada has had a
Minister ei Militia in Sir Sam that
grasped the situation that arose and
did good work.
INDISCREET SPEECH.
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poinrments, while accepting a British
officer in command of the field,
should be accepted, thai in these
matters ' -nada anil Canada alone,
should . trol these appointments
and these materials."
No Successor.
No successor to Gen. Sir Sam
Hughes has been named and probably none will be announced for some
time.
Rumor associates, the name of
Hon. A. E. Kemp with the vacant
portfolio, but this is only rumor. His
name Is being mentioned as he has
been acting minister on several occasions, and has made a great success
of thc War Purchasing Commission.
It is very likely, whoever is the new-
Minister of Militia, be will not be a
military man.
Breach Created.
The present trouble, although the
result of an accumulation of difficulties has largely developed as. a result
of the recent three months' visit to
England of General Hughes. It is said
the Minister went overseas with definite instructions in regard to reorganization of the handling of the Canadian forces In England. He absolutely disregarded these instructions
and paid no attention to Sir Robert
Borden or the Cabinet In his .ilnns of
reorganization and in his appointments. The appointment tn which
most objections was taken was that
of coi. a. d. McRnr. formerly of the
C. \*. P.. as Deputy Minister of Militia in England; ihe personnel of tho
proposed    Overseas    Militia    Council
was n'so unsatisfactory,
Explanations Pnsatiafactory.
Ex danatlons were demanded on
the return of Oeneral Hughes by the
Premier. These explanations, it is
sn I il. were not only unsatisfactory,
bul the Minister adopted In his let-
tor Ibe attitude that he would not
lOlerati Interference. His letters are
snril to b<. of a characteristic nature,
nnd will make Interesting reading
when they are published. This correspondence has boon in progress for
sonic three weeks and Ihe climax
came on Friday when Sir Robert
wrote General Hughes asking for his
resignation.
At ,.ieseut the public mind turns —
momentarily, hut regu'arly—from
the consideration of the world war to
the conditions which are bound to
exist a; the conclusion of the struggle. The eyes of thousand, of men—
Canada as a land of opportunity, Fortunate it is that Canada has land
enough, and to spare.
The Railway Lands Branch of the
Departmeni of Interior has just issued a neat little pamphlet descriptive of a new settlers' country. It is
the district through which the Atha-
baeka River flows, and is second only
in Importance to that "New Northwest"—the Peace River country.
The Athabaska flows for about 600
miles from lhe Rocky Mountains to
Lake Athabaska. Two stretches of
about 280 miles each—or about 00
per cent, of the total length—are
navigable. But much more effective
means of transportation is now being
rapidly completed in the railway under construction. This will open np
for settlement a vast territory hitherto only accessible with difficulty,—
a new, old country traversed over
100 years ago by Sir John Franklin j
and other pioneer explorers. A mini- I
ber of permanent settlements have !
already been established. The climate
and crop conditions appear to be very
much akin to those obtaining in the
neighboring Peace River district.
There are also indications of many
of the economic minerals, such as
coal, iron, petroleum and nsphaltum.
Taken  as   a   whole,  the   Athabaska
WATER NOTICE.
Take notice that G. R. Naden Com.
pany    Limited,    whose    address    Is
Prince    Rupert,    British    Columbia,
will apply for a licence to take and
use 300 cubic feet per second, and to
store 40,000 acre feet of water out
of    Kum-ea-lon    River    which flows
northwesterly and drains into Kum-
ea-lon Inlet.    The storage dam will
be located  at the natural  outlet  of
Lake Katherine. The capacity of the
reservoir to be created Is about 1,280
acres,  and   it  will   flood   about   200
acres of land. The water will be diverted  from  the stream  at  a  point
about  at  the storage  dam  and will
be used for power purposes upon the
land described as below. This notice
was posted on the ground on the 4th
day  of   October,   1H16.     A   copy   of
this notice and an application pursuant thereto  and  to  the  "Water  Act
1014" will be filed in Ihe oflice of the
Water   Recorder  at   Prince   Rupert.
British Columbia.    Objectin. s to the
application may be filed with ihe said
Water  Recorder  or  with   the  Comp-
Itroller of Water Rights, Parliament
j Buildings,   Victoria,   British   Columbia, within thirty days after the first
appearance of this notice in a local
newspaper.    The    territory    within
which  the  powers in  respect  of  lire
undertaking  are   to   be   exercised   is
Prince Rupert, British Columbia, and
vicinity and  along the transmission
line between  Ibe Power Station and
Prince Rupert, British Columbia. The
|date of the first publication of this
I notice is November 17th 1916,
COAL ACT.
Skeena   Land    District,    District    of
yueen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Austin Brown,
of Victoria, B. C, occupation saddler,
intends to apply for permission to
prospect the following described
lands for coal and petroleum:
Commencing at a psst planted on
the West Coast of Graham Island,
in the vicinity of West River, at the
Southeast corner of C.L. 8,085,
tbence north SO chains; thence east
80 chains; thence south 80 chains.;
thence west SO chains to point of
commencement.
Name of applicant,
AUSTIN BE OWN.        a8-s8
Dated July 10, 1910
LAXD ACT.
(Form No. 0.)
FORM OP NOTICE.
River  country   may   well   be   looked j
upon as a field for the incoming settler.
This pamphlet, which contains a
number of descriptive illustrations, is
being distributed free of charge by
the Railway Lands Branch, Department  of the Interior, Ottawa.
The Morning Journal delivered to
your home at 50 cents a month.
G. R.  NADEN  COMPANY  LIMITED
|d-20-16 Applicant.
by J. H, PILLSBURY, Agent.
STUART J. MARTIN,
PROVINCIAL    ASSAYER    AND
ANALYTICAL
CHEMIST
HAZELTON,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
Skeena Land Distrlc', District of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE f.lut George D.
Tite, of Prince Rupwt, B. O, occupation merchant, intends to apply for
permission to prospuct for coal and
petroleum on the West Coast of
Graham Island, in ficinity of West
River.
Commencing at i  post planted one
mile south of the southeast corner of
C.L., 9,971 thence north 80 chains;
thence west SO chains; thence south
80 chains; thence east 80 chains tn
point of commencement.
Name of applicant,
GEORGE D. TITE,
AUSTIN BROWN, Agent.
Dated July 19,  191C. al0-sln
PHONE 554
P.O. BOX 60
FOK
tOmtS
RAYNER BROS
Pioneer Funeral  Directors and
Embalmei-8.     Open    Dny    and
Night,     i.ndies'     Assistant    In
Attendance.
PHONE 86.     710 THIRD AVE.
ajMBg__aMHM___B_Ma_____a_Mi'
(KHKHW-iw-mKKS-aiawBHmi^^      a
I WALKER'S MUSIC STORE
Cprner Second Ave und 4th St.
Pianos  nnd   other   musical
striiuients for sale.
Pianos  to  Rent.
In-
A   large   assortment   cf   sheet
music. Classic songs and music,
and all  Ihe popular selections
of the day.
A. E. WRIGHT
Provincial and Dominion Land Surveyor—Surveying and I'.nuliK-pr-i __r
.•ii Second "nl Third Avenues
P. O. Bo*  in.
Is 1st I
"nine Blue  133 ftps.   I'n"i-.- !.
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LINDSAY'S CARTAGE &ST0RAGI
12.   l-'ni'l.TI]   STREET
JINGLE POT COAL
APERHANGING
AIMING
OLISH1NG AND
WALL TINTING
HIGH-GRADE
DECORATING    &
INTERIOR
SPECIAL'!'.
Martin Swanson
SECOND AVE. MEAR McBRlli
Hotel Directory
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HOTEL CENTRAL
First Ave. and Seventh St.
ACORN SIGN SHOP
Autos,   Carriage,   and   fiinu
Painting.
Work done to suit customers.
All we want is jour idea.
Dawson   Block—Third   Avenue
JOS. F. FILION
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EMPRESS HOTEL
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Thrill Ave. I j. tween Sixth and
Sevt »th Sts.
ROYAL HOTEL
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Pacific Cartage Limited
<ss.neral   TeiWt.ng
P"iirnllt;re   Moving  a  Specialty.
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LUMBER
oal, Cement, Plaster and Brick
AND A COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDERS' SUPPLIES
The Forestry Battalion
the 230th
Organizing now under Capt.
Shuttleworth wants practical
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of Montreal, Third Avenue.
Prince Rupert,  B. C.
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER  17,  1916.
LAXD ACT.
FORM OF NOTICE.
Skeena   Land   District,   District   of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE XOTICE that Oliver Brown,
of Victoria, B. C. occupation machin
1st, intends to apply for permission
to prospect for cc-al and petroleum
on the following .escribed SHRDTTU
on the West Coast of Graham Island,
In vicinity of West River.
Commencing at a post planted two
miles south of the southeast corner
of C.L., 9,071, thence south SO
chains; thence west SO chains;
thence north SO chains; thence easi
80 chains to point of commencement.
Name of applicant,
OLIVER BROWN',
AUSTIN BROWN, Agent.
Dated July 19, 191G. alO-e.lO
TRUST COMPANY'S
AFFAIRS MADE SUBJECT OF ENQUIRY
SYNOPSIS  OF  COAL
REGULATIONS.
MINING
Coal mining right of the Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and
Alberta, the Yukon Teritory, ihe
Nothwest Teritories. 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.
Aplicatlons for a leasa must be
made by the applicant in person to
the Agent or Sub-Agent Of the district in which the rights applied for
are situated.
In surveyed territory the land
must be described by sections, and
in iinsurveyed territory the tract applied for shall be staked out by tbe
Applicant.
Each application must he accompanied by a fee of $5, which w'll he-
refunded if the rights applied for are
not available but not otherwise. A
royalty shall l.e paid on tbe merchantable output of the mine at tho
rate of five cents per ton.
The person operating fhe mine
Bhall furnish the Agent with sworn
returns accounting for the full
quantity of merchantable coal mined
and pay the royalty there-!!. If the
coal mining rights re no. being operated, such re,urns should be furnished at lea. t once a year.
Tho lease wil' include the coal
mining rights only; but the lessee
may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface right; may be
considered necessary for the work
ing of the mine at the rate of $10
per acre.
For full information application
should be made to the Secierury of
the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent
of Dominion Lands.
W. VV. CORY,
Deputy .Minister of the Inte.'ior.
(Continued from Pase One.)
Mr. Hobin and Mr. Peterson, he came
to the conclusion the company was
practically breaking even and he took
the stock. He bad paid, in addition to
the $2,000, another $2,3r,0 into the
company to keep it going.
Matters got worse with the company, however.
Cross-Examination.
Cross-examined by Mr. Patmore,
witness said he delayed in the payment of the first instalment of $1,-
000 because he was enrteavorring to
get Mr. Wilson to assume it, which
LIQUOR ACT, 1010.
(Section 10.)
was his part. T. D. Pattullo under- latter said tha; fhe statement of the
stood that when he was pressing for affairs of the Continental Trust Com-
the payment,     j pany  in   February,   1914,   was  such
Asked if he had told Mr. Peterson ^that the com; any was about breaking ,
that he intended to float stock to the  even. About $3,000 was necessary to j
amount   of   $100,000,   which   could  l,ut   U>«   company   in   good   shape,
easily be sold, witness said he could jThare w-as nothing said by Mr. Hobin
not remember  ever  making  such  a ,as to extreme urgency at the time.
statement. Witness,  believed   that   the  state-
Witness admitted that there were ment was lacking, in 'hat about $900
only $500 in cash to meet the de- ,was omitted from the liabilities, be-
mands of the depositors, although inS the amount which had been en-
there were $800 of assets in the form ^orsed Tor by Messrs. -Pattullo, Na-
of calls due. Ho took the precaution ;<1<?n aml McCaffery. He would not
then to have Messrs. Naden, Pattullo iaBree fnal fllr 5000, which was due
and McCaffery stay behind tho insti-  t0 Messrs. Hobin and Peterson under
ttition for 60 days after taking It.
Calls   were sent   out   for   overdue
amounts, witness said.
T. 11. Piittiilln's position.
The  only complaint  he had  with
I Mr. Pattullo, as a result of the dis-
icussion  of the statement of the af-
j fairs when he met him at his house.
the agreement est forth in the minutes, should properly be credited to
the savings account. That would he
juggling.
Shortly after this a pamphlet was
prepared, looking to selling stock.
'Ills named was used on tnis as president of the company, it was prepared
NOTICE is hereby given that, on | was witlf respect to the statement of  l)v JIr- "'ils°n and  witness had
the First day of December next,
T
Mr
ap- j the company, which witness analysed Jec'ed to it.
plication will be made to the Super-  as requiring only $3,000 to put it in ' H. XV. Leyens Evident
intendent of Provincial Police for the  shape. II.   VV.   Leyens,   examined
renewal of a licence for the sale ofj     Cross-examined   by  Air.  Williams. Steers, gave his occupation as an in-
ll^uor by wholesale in and upon ftie | witness said  that he had  been  told veslor of securities. Witness bad been
previous    to   February.    1914,   that shown statements of the Continental
Messrs.   Hobin   and   Peterson    .vere Trust Company ln the fall of 1 :< 14.
drawing  S100  a  month.  Mr.  McCaf- In January, 1915, be came here with
Street,  Prince  Rupert,  B.  C, rupon '(ej.y aCia tolrj aim ot thjs salary also. Mr. McGregor.
the lands described as Lots Fifteen . He remembered later a cock and bull j    He had  had  a  conversation  with
and  Sixteen   (15-16), Block Thirty- |storj, about  a  minute being on  tho Mr. McCaffery, and on the strength
two   (32)   Section  One   (1)   City
Prince Rupert, B. 0.
Fall and Winter
Schedule
Down
SS.  PRINCE  RCPERT
Read Up
Thurs.
11.00 p.m.
Lv.
Vanco. • -
A r.
6.00 p.m.
Thurs
Sat.
B.OO a.m.
Ar.
i'r-. Rupert
Lv.
9.00 a.m.
Wed.
Sat.
12.00 noon
Lv.
Pr. Rupert
.\i:
6.00 a.m.
VVed.
Mon.
a.m.
Ar.
Skagway
Lv.
12.00 noon
Mon.
S.S. P
(INCE GEORGE
Sun.
l2.00M'n .!,'.
Lv.
Seattle
Ar.
3.. ii p.m.
Sun-
.Mon.
10.00 a.m.
Lv.
Victoria
Ar.
7.00 a.m.
Sun-
Mon.
11,00 p.m.
I.v.
Vancouver
Ar.
B.OO p.m.
Sat.
Tues.
B.OO p.m'
Lv.
p Icean Kails
Lv.
11.00 p.m.
Fri-
Wed.
10.30 a.m
Ar-.
Pr. Rupert
Lv.
B.OO run:.
Pri.
Wed,
12.00 M'nght
Lv
Pr, Ruperl
Ar.
7.00 p.m.
Thu.
Tim.
,,U0 a.in.
Ar.
Anyox
Lv.
1 2.01i noon
Thu.
PASSENGER  TRAIN   SERVICE
For Smlthers, Prince George,   Jasper,   Edmonton,   Saskatoon
nud Winnipeg, connecting there for «H points in Eastern Canada
nud the Eastern and Southern States; leaves Prince Rupert every
Wednesday and Saturday at 11:80 A.M.
Mixed every Friday at 5:00 A. M.
Agency all Ocean  Steamship  Lines.
For Information and reservati on  apply  to    City    Ticket    Oflice,
.■;__<)  Third  Ave. Phone  -110
  ■
vasms&axs;iffawmammmmmmmmmmTmemmmumTmmmmcuemx^mr i»
premises known as Beaver Wholesale Liquor Company, of Prince Rupert, Limited, situate at 708 Fraser
books fixing these salaries at  $150;   0t that came to Prince Rupert to look
they  were   to  put   the   $50   back  in   into the subject  of some city bonds.
Dated this 12th day of October, 1916 |again and thus swell the deposits.        While here he met  rhe men identi-
THE  BEAVER  WOLESALE
LIQUOR  CO., OF  PRINCE RUPERT   LIMITED,
GEO. A. SWEET,
o 15 Manager.
A minute, specifying that, these fled with the Continental Trust Com-
salaries. should be reduced by $50, ; pany. After looking into the affairs
and that the $50 should ho -'aid in he told Mr. McGregor he would nnt
stock of the company, or In cash if  go in on the Trust Company. It did
Skeena
COAL ACT.
Land    Distiict,
District   of I
they so elected was produced,
Afternoon Sitting.
Upon   resuming  in   the  afternoon
his   cross-
McGregor
Mr.   Williams   continued
Queen Charlotte Islands. j examination  of Mr
TAKE XOTICE that Austin Brown,!	
of Victoria, B. C., occupation saddler,                LIQUOR ACT. 1010
intends  to  apply  for  permission  to | 	
prospett    the     following    described
lands for coal and petroleum:
Commencing at a post planted on
the West Coast of Graham Island,
in vicinity of West River, at the
southeast comer of C.L. 10, OSS,
thence soutli 80 chains; thence west
80 chains; thenc.. north chii -
thence east 8 0 cha'rr' to :•
commencement.
Name of applicant
AUSTIN BROWN. a8-sS
Dated July 19, 1916.
(Section 43.)
NOTICE is hereby given  that,  on
the first day of December next, ap- '
plication will be made to the Super-:
intendent cf Provincial Police for ro- .
uewal   of  the  hotel   licence   to   sell i
liquor by retail  in  the hotel  known
is the Nichol Hotel, situated at Pacific, In the Province of British Columbia.
Dated this 7th day of October, 1916.
0 12 MRS. MARY ANDERSON,
Applicant.
._-*.-_.-_ ._.
1M
1 fANADA 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 as It was
last year—they must produce abundantly in order to meet thc demands
that maj( be made, and I beliiwe this to be especially true in regard to
live stock, the world's supply of which must be particularly affected in
this vast struggle. Stress and strain may yet be in store for us all
before this tragic conflict is crver, but not one of us doubts tiie issue,
and Canadians will do their duty in the highest sense of that great
word."—HON. MARTIN BURRELL, Mintoter of Agriculture.
not look too solvent. One feature he
did not like about if was, that there
was money owing to the officers of
the Trust Company. At a meeting
The with Messrs. Hobin, Peterson, Naden,
McCaffery, Pattullo and McGregor
Were all present, witness suggested
that the local men should give notes
for .1,000, to cover up what he regarded as a deficit in the savings account. Mr. Naden and Mr. McCaffery
were agreeable to this, but Mr. Pattullo would not agree to this.
Cross-examined by Mr. Patmore.
witness said that neither he nor Mr.
McOregor had agreed tn put money
in when this, offer was made.
Had Suffered Losses.
Examination for discovery, put in
by Mr. Steers, showed that Mr, McCaffery admitted that he thought Mr.
McGregor was rather easy to pay $2,-
000 for the 110 shares of a company that had shown a loss of $12-
000.
Mr. Steers asked if the other side
would admit that Mr. Naden and Mr.
j Pattullo   knew   that   Air.   McCaffery
iwent  to Vancouver with  the  object
'of selling the stock. This was admit-
l
ted on behalf of Mr. Naden, but denied on behalf of Mr. Pattullo.
Mr. Naden's evidence for discovery
was put in, in which Mr. Naden said
that he had gone to see Mr. Arnold
of the Dominion Trust, while in Vancouver and asked Mr. Arnold if he
did not think it would be a wise
thing to purchase.
Canadian Pacific Railway
Lowest Rates to nil Eastern Pnlw\ta via steamer to Vancouver anil Cm
nadian I'licilic Hallway. Meals and Berth  included on steamer.
PRIXCESS MAQCINNA
For Granby Bay anil Alice Arm Friday 11  p. in.
PRIXCESS MAQUINNA
Southbound Saturday, 0 p. in.
PRINCESS SOPHIA
Fop Alaska, Monday, November 20th,
J. I. PETERS, General Agent, corner Third Ave. aim Fourth St. r$
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RUPERT MARINE IRONWORKS AND     i
SUPPLY CO., LIMITED J
PRINCE   RUPERT
ENGINE
WATERFRONT,
.RS      MACHINISTS
AND  MACHINERY  CONTRACTOR**
" T\ /TODERN war ir :r..x!c by resources, by money, by foodstuffs, its
JLVX wcii £s hy mcn -nti by munitions. While war is cur first business, it is the imperative duty of every man in Canada to produce all
that he con, to work doubly hard while our soldiers are in lbs trenches,
in order that the resources of the country may no • ilybe conscrv :d, but
increased, for 'he grcrrt s'.rurale t:i;rv. lies before it.    ' Work end Save'
is a good morto  for War-time,"
ef Fittovci
'Iim THOMAS WmTE"'mniater
THE CALL QF'EiP.E t
TO CANADIAN FARMERS, DAIRYMEN, FRUIT GROWERS, GARDENERS
WHAT IS NEEDED?
THESE   IN   PARTICULAR-
WHEAT, OATS, KAY,
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.    Thc difficulties are greater, the task is heavier, the
need is more urgent, the call to patriotism is louder—therefore he
thrifty and produce to the limit.
"THE   AGRICULTURAL    WAR    BOOK   FOR   1916"  is now  in  the  press.   To be had from
The Publications Branch, Department of Agriculture, Ottawa.
THE   GOVERNMENT   OF  CANADA 2
THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE THE DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE
PJQQi
Expert Evidence.
E. D. Johnson, City Treasurer, call.
od for the defense, testified to having 17 years' experience as an accountant. He had been railed In to
lexamine the books nf the Continental
Trnsl Company, He considered the
i dement, presented aa an exhibit,
was a fair one. li was a statemenl ■ I
I h.. . ompany's standing al Jam arj
31, 1914. Had an ai countanl wanted
to, he could have obscured the '
to some extent In lhe statement. This
was  not   done.
Witness did nol think thai ii could
' l)o regarded as juggling with figures
^to Include the amount held back from
| the officials' salaries under tbe savings deposit, lie thought it better to
put it as the auditor did in tbe state-
men  for 191-4, when  lie set  it   forth
as due the men. It was simply a different way of looking at the transaction. If the $n0 a month were to
be taken as cash It could be placed In
the saving's, account.
He  regarded  the company as solvent at the time.
The  ^onrt   adjourned    with    Mr.
Steers cross-examining Mr. Johnson.
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PEABODYS'
HIGH-GRADt.GUARANTEED OVERALLS ABE NOT ONLY GOOC TOR
TEN CENTS A BUTTON AND25CE NTS ABiO.   BuT THE ME PCM ANT
THAT YOU BOUGHT Th£M FROM WILL REPLACE TMEM If THEY OO NOT GIVE
ENTIRE   SATISFACTION.WITMIN THIRTY  DAYS FROM DATE.  OT PURCHASE
^%fflEHTOTI.ETE5I SHOWN HERF§
they WILL STAND IT-.eo.use they are MADE TO WEAR
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NOBODY BUYS OVERALLS TO PLAY TRICKS WITH
THEM SUCH AS IS SHOWN IN THE PICTURE ABOVE.
'/ IN WHICH FOUR MEN EXERTED ALL THEIR STRENGTH
IN THE EFFORT TO RIP A PAIR OF PEABODYS' OVERALLS
BUT IF THEY WILL STAND THIS-MY WONT RIP
UNDER THE HARDEST KIND OF LEGITIMATE WEAR.
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PRINCE  liOPERT ;0'JRMA,
The S^S^mmm Stores
1 Hot Water j
Bottles
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V '-• -• ■■ I   i
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Guaranteed for Two
Years
$1.50, $2.00, $2.25
$2.50 and $3.00
Prepare for the long
cold nights
The Pioneer Druggist J
Ormes Limited i
*
Corner Third Ave. and J i
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Sixth Street
Phones 82 and 300
100090000900099999990999990
B. C. Undertakers |
beg to inform tbeir friends and 5
tbe public generally tbat tbey
have engagea tbe services of a
First Class Undertaker, wbo is
a graduate of a Canadian and
American College of Em-ialm-
rn ., Sanitation, Disinfection 9
aud Bacteriology, and wbo g
holds both Canadian and g
American Diplomas.
Lady Aslstant always in at- §
tendance tu car* for ladies and S
children.
Ollice and Parlors No. lis, 9
corner 2nd Street nnd 2nd Ave. o
Phone 41. Open Dny and Xiglit a
WATER ACT, 1011.
liefore The Hoard Of Investigation.
In the matter of Yule Lake and
Yule River n tributary of Swanson
Bay, Khutze River a tributary of
Khutze Bay, and all other streams
emptying into Graham Reach and its
Inlets and t'aye in Rang IV Coast
District.
TAKE XOTICE that each and
every person, partnership, company,
of municipality who, on the 12th day
of .March, 1909, had writer rights on
any of the above-mentioned streams
is directed to forward, on or before
ihe 10th day of October, 1 f116. to tho
Comptroller of Water Rights at the
Parliament Buildings at Victoria, a
statement of claim In writing as required by Section 294 of the Water
-Act. 1914. Printed forms for such
statement (Form N'o. 50 for irri-.r.
tion or Form No. 51 for other p'.1
poses) can be obtained from .'ny o'.
the Water Recorders In the P "jvinec
And take notice that a meeting o:
the sa'd Board will be held at the
oFre of the Board, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, on Tuesday the 24th
day of October, 1916, at 11 o'clock in
tbe forenoon, when the evidence and
argument on the said claims, and on
any objections field will be beard.
Dated at Victoria, B. C, the 7th day
0f September, 1918. For the Board of
Investigation.
J. F. ARMSTRONG, \
4-w Chairman.
J,
PERSONALS I
0000O0O00000i399000000009*9 JOHN BARRYMORE IN
9
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1
00000O00090009O9090tiX!000&9:  T"
Thomas Dawe  of  Port  Essing,on,
is in the city.
I
Be   Show
Theatre
"THE RED WIDOW"
At   The   Westholme
Tonight Only.
Rev. XV. II. Pierce of Port Easing
ton, is in the city,
R. M, Burns of the Telkwa Hotel
At   the   Westholme   Theatre   this
evening John Barrymore will be fea-
tured  in "The Red Widow." a melo-
| dramatic  Comedy  by  Channing Pol-
;lock and Retinoid Wolf. John Barry-
is in tbe city. He arrived by last eve- .more   possesses   the  greatest  oppor-
ning's irain.
tunity he has ever hail since becom-
» | Ing a photo-play star for demon si ra
it. A. Gorman of .Montreal, repre-  ting beyond all doubt his right to be
sentlng   the   Dii].ont   Powder   Com- called the foremost comedian of the
pany, arrived  last evening.
W. M. Rus.el and Frank Gi
enough of the Balmoral Cannery,
rived in the , ity last evening.
screen  today.  In
Hannibal   Butts.,
r
corset Bales man,
the  role of  Cieoro
the   distinguished
who seeks  ro com
bine his honeymoon and a business
trip to Russia, and who as a result
finds himself inextricably caught in a
number of comic predicaments involving the Russian secret police and
innumerable Nihilists, including the
fascinating Red Widow, to whom he
is Introduced as the greatest living
king-killer. John Barymore is screamingly humorous in the depiction of
his miseries and his futile efforts to
clear himself in the eyes of the gov-
of the Forestry Bat- ernment   an"   more   Principally   his
wife, who herself believes that Butts
has deserted her for the Red Widow.
jHow these humorous difficulties are
showing the character of work donejat last ex'llain<?d >" Pinfolded in  tbe
by tbat branch of rhe service.  It iJfinal scene of this sparkling comedy
an interesting display. iin tne t-'>,ical a,ul Inimitable Barry-
 ■ more manner.
j    The 11th episode of "The Girl and
.The Game," featuring Helen Holmes,
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
P. Stanffer arrived from Prince
George last evening with about forty
'men, who will leave this morning for
Ocean Falls to work in the mills and
the woods there.
Sergt. Stoke,
talion, who is recruiting here, has
fitted up a window in the Hart Block,
next door to the Red Cross Rooms,
don
It is
LIQUOR ACT,  1010.
will also be shown this evening.
SAVE MONEY
Use New Wellington
,L
(Section 42.)
NOTICE is hereby given  that, on
the first day of December next, apptl- j LOCAL MEN TOOK HUNS.
cation will be made lo the Superin- |       (Continued  lrom  Page One.)
tendent  of  Provincial  Police for re-'- 	
newal   of  the  betel   licence   to  sell  stand'   '"  consequence  he  wns  sent
[liquor by retail Ir. the hotel   known !back ,0 hospital,
las tbe Granby Bay   Hotel, situate at I     Other letters  bare been  received,
!Anyox, in tlie Province of British Co- written just previous io the lUht of
PHONE iff
LIQUOR ACT, JOIO.
(Section 10.)
NOTICE is hereby given that,  on
lumbia.
Dated  this  Thirtieth   day  of  September, 1916.
October 21. Magistrate Carss received a letter written by his son Captj
Adair, just two days before Mr death.
Granby Bay Hotel Company, Limited.   ITp  tn,cl  nf lhe situation  of affairs,
JAS, CHURCHILL, .Manager,
oct. 1 Applicant.
the First day of December next,
ap
.1
09090999000000000000900000j 1'1'cation will he made to the Superin-;
tendent of Provincial Police for the'
IMPERIAL MACHINE IRKS
090000 0090 W#!W«HW'H»'>W«
Capt.
J. McGee
M.M.S.A.
Masters and Mutes prepared
ror examination. Compass nl-
luster.
Phone Red 1502
"NAUTICAL   ACADEMY"
Helgerson  Block   opposite
Royal
Ot39<t00O000999i30000009090O9
For Rent For Dances.
or other social  affairs
RAH/WAY MEN'S HALL
formerly Kaien Island Hull
Apply W. McLEOD
Phone 537.
renewal of a licence for the sale of
liquor by wholesale in and upon the
premises known as Prince Rupert
Importing Co., Limited, situate at
Prince Rupert, B. C, upon the lands
described as Lot 4, Block 32, Section
one, Prince Rupert.
PRIXCE RUPERT IMPORTING
COMPANY,  LIMITED,
ALEX. SMITH, Manager.
Applicant.
Dated First day of October, 1916. oS
DR. J. S. BROWN, DENTIST
Crown  and  Bridge  Work  a
Specialty
Office:  Smith   Block,   Third   Avenue
Phone 451.
Engines   Installed   nnd   Oeneral
Repairs.
Oxy-Acetylene   Plant   in   Connection
Phone Red 150 Third Avenue
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THE MOST COMFORTABLE
IN THE CITY
Aiisikij-.  Mil calls day and nighl
Phone 99     I
Standi  Front Empress Theatre  S
THOSE   WHO,   FROM   TIME  TO  TIME,   HAVE   FUNDS   REQUIRING
INVESTMENT,   MAY   PURCHASE"   AT  PAR
DOMINION OF CANADA DEBENTURE STOCK
IN   SUMS  OF  $500  OR  ANY   MULTIPLE   THEREOF.
Principal repayable 1st October, 1919.
Interest payable half-yearly, 1st April and 1st October by cheque (free
of exchange at any chartered Bank in Canada) at the rate of five per cent
per annum from the date of purchase.
Holders of this stock will have the privilege of surrendering at par and
accrued interest, as the equivalent of cash, in payment of any allotment
made under any future war loan issue in Canada other than an issue of
Treasury Bills or other like short date security.
Proceeds of this stock are for war purposes only.
A commission of one-quarter of one' per cent will be allowed to recognized bond and stock brokers on allotments made in respect of applications
for this stock which bear their stamp.
For application forms apply to the Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa.
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE, OTTAWA,
OCTOBER   7th,   1916.
and   that   they   were  able  ro   make
themselves very comfortable.
P. .r. Palmer has nlso written
about the same time, telling that
there was a great crowd of them
|about, and .1. A. Kirkpatrick, in a
]letter of the da.v before the fight.
I told of the quarters he nnd P. .T.
; Palmer had in a ruined village. It
j was fairly comfortable, the best in
ithe village and was consequently a
rendezvous for all.
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MOST  PROMISING  MINE.
(Continued from Page One.)
trial Association, is the man who first
located this double hillside of wealth
on Babine. In the summer of 1915 he
staked out a number of claims, on the
east side of tbe mountain, and sold
them to the Chicago interests that
are now proceeding to develop them;
during the last summer be located
tbe claims on the other side, which
form the working area of the local
company just incorporated.
With JIr. Harrer are associated
three other Edmontonians, \Y. C.
Dunn, H. J. Muntnn and Thomas V.
Michie. Tbe balance of the capital
has been subscribed across the line,
a considerable amount nf Pennsylvania money being Involved in the
project.
The intentions nf tlie company are
to begin operations with ri force of
twenty men or more. as. soon as ibe
weather conditions will permit next
spring.
MANY IN PRINCE RUPERT
TRY SIMPLE MIXTURE
Many Prince Rupert people are
surprised at the QUICK action of
simple buckthorn bark, glycerine,
etc., as mixed in Adler-i-ka. This
simple remedy acts on BOTH upper
and lower bowel, removing such surprising foul matter tbat ONE SPOONFUL relieves almost ANY CASE constipation, sour stomach or gas. A few
doses often relieve or prevent appendicitis. A short treatment helps
chronic stomach trouble. Tbe INSTANT, easy action of Adler-i-ka is
astonishing. C. H. Orme, Pioneer
Druggist. g-".
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MACHINERY!   MACHINERY!
BOILERS,   ENGINES,   SAWMILLS,  LOGGING  ENGINES,  MINING
MACHINERY,   RAILWAY  ANI)   CONTRACTORS'   EQUIPMENT—
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
The Vancouver Machinery Depot, Ltd.
VANCOUVER
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f   Biakely Co., Jewellers,
I and Watch Repairers
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* HAI!BY  8KLFF a watchmaker nf fcinit experience lino heen put In
J    charge of thai department—8atl. .nc'IOn guaranteed. 1
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* See our Mock of nnicgeu from Ihe North. Make yonr choice while *
J they last an'l ?nve thei.) ma*- io im the city an atlck-pln. brooch J
4    or pendant. *.
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4    Encourage Home industry and keep the money >B the city. ti
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t    EYES TESTED SCIENTIFIC* LL1   by  ao  expert  In   that  line of   *
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| HIGH CLASS STOCK TO CHOOSE FROM
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Royal Bank of Canada
HEAP    OFFICES   MONTREAL ESTABLISHED   180(1
Capital  Paid up $11,560,000
Reserve Fund      $13,230,000
Total Assets $200,000,000
Savincs Bunk Department—$1 will open an account
ISrBucfies   Thl'OagllODt    >'•      .In  nnd Ranking Connections  Willi  All
Parts of (he Unit      ...iites. ..cents Throughout the World.
F. W. D03ERTY, Manager    . - Prince    Rupert    Brunch
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1 SWEET'S MOTOR BOAT CO.'Y j
Dealing in Knock-Down Frames
or Built Complete
FISHERMEN TAKE NOTICE
Why not build your own boat from   Sweet's   Knock-Down   Frames?
Price List anil Catalogue Freely Given
WORKSHOP—SECOND A\ ENUE   BEYOND   LYNCH'S
P. O. Box 701
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ASK FOR
FIJI HOSES.FLOOR
The World's fiesf
Send fir Five Roses
Cook Book—
COUPON
Writs Nsme snj A&rcss plsi'nlv
Don't forget to enclose Ten Ccssra
in stamps
——' mi I,     i i i—is
NSME Of o_u_ft .
BEING A MANUAL OF COOD RECIPES car-'ully
cbosssn from the contributions of over two thousand
•ticcasful tstss ol Five Ruses Flo. . throughout Canada.
Also PJoedal Notes on the various classes ol good things
so eat oil ol s*id> haw b-» carefully checked and
re_hcc_ed by competent authority.
«-_f-tt your fan-lope to UK£ OF THE WOODS MIU.IN6 CO. UMITHD, W1HH1PE&
Distributors Prince Rupert, B.C.
•ATEWABT & MOBLEY KELLY, DOI.'GLAS & CO
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