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VOL. VII.
PKINCE RUPERT, B. C, FRIDAY, DEOEMBER 22, 1010.
Price 5 Cents.
No. 30.
GOING TO ARRANGE FOR MILL MATERIAL
DOCKRILL MINES TO START HAULING ORE
Peace Proposals Were Referred To In President's Note
F. W. Dockrill Will
Start Getting Out
Ore In Week's Time
There arrived  last evening  from  chance to get the development car-
the interior F. W. Dockrill, who has . ried out. Even with the railway there
was still the long haul that had to
be made by way of a wagon road,
provided by the company that is
operating the mines. All this has
been done now and the results will
be watched with  Interest.
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done so much In Ihe developing of
the mineral wealth of 'he Telkwa
Valley. He will spent" a few ri-yi. In
the city, returning then to the interior, where all Is li readiness to
start teaming out copper ore from
the Howson basin in the Telkwa Valley to the railway.
The road that was put in this fall
by Mr. Dockrill and Mr Jefferson,
for the purpose of aid'll? In the de- ,
velopment work at the mines, there, : London, Dec. 21.—The Russians
Is now complete It is open for team-1 and Rumanians on the Dobrudja
ing and about next week a start will ' front, who have ceased to retreat be-
IH'SSIANS  AND
RUMANIANS ARE
FIGHTING ENEMY
be mad p in getting ore out.
The properties ere. regarded ns
very promising. All that ha? held the
work back so far *ias been the lack
of the means of communication. This
fore von Mackenzen's army, are now
engaging the Teutonic army.
On The Offensive.
Petrograd,    Dec.    21. — Russian
troops operating in the region of the
has now been provided, through the | Brystiltzu River, ln Galicia, have
enterprise of Messrs. Dockrill and j broken through the barbed-wire en-
.lefferson and tbe opportunity exists | tanglements in front of the Austro-
to get copper out to the track for ! German positions. The Germans tried
shipping. an attacking movement, after a viq-
For a long time' the riches of that (lent artillery bombardment, but we'a
section    of   the  country   has    been , driven back into their trenches,
known.  Until  the railway was con- j     Our  troops  have  also  penetrated
structed   there   was   absolutely   no j the enemy lines in front of Boholo-
  ! dozsny, and southwest of Stanislau
the  Germans are  reported  to have
fled in disorder.
On the Macedonian front, a very
dense fog continues, to retard military operations.
Spnts  for Indies,  gaiters for children—Wallace's.
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j   ARCADE
CAFE
Now doing business
OPEN  DAY  AND NIGHT
First Class Service
Everything   New   and   Up-T»-
Date.
PRESIDENT WILSON  IPROVINCIAL mines   |Hon Ralph Smith
APPEALS FOR PEACE        PAID DIVIDENDS! '.    1AT.     . ,    1T        ,
Had A Decided Lead
HE   HAS   COMMUNICATED   WITH
BELLIGERENT   NATIONS
IN MATTER
Count   Bernstorff   Believes   That   A
Conference Is In
Sight.
Washington,   Dec.   21.—President
QVER THREE MILLION DOLLARS
PAID DURING YEAR
BY THEM
A Large Increase Over The Previous
Years Has Been
Shown.
Dividend payments  In the current
Wilson  has appealed  to every  bel-  year b"' metalliferous  mining
ligerent nation urging that a peace
conference be held. The notes were
dispatched to the various nations and
advance   publications   Indicate   that
preparations  were commenced some
time    ago.    This    information    was
cabled    to    London    before    Lloyd
George's speech was made.
Ambassador's View.
Count Von Bernstorff, the German
Ambassador to the United States,
contends that a peace conference is
ln sight. He said today: "It looks to
me as if the matter Is by no means
(Continued on Page Four.)
panies, operating in British Columbia
totalled $2,636,100 by the middle of
November, according to the Canadian Mining Journal, and by coal
mining companies $279,567; together
$2,915,667. This total compares with
$1,586,820 for the whole of 1915,
and with $1,689,331 for 1914. Other dividends will be declared before
the end of the year, so that a total
for 1916 of at least $3,300,000 is
confidently expected.
Cold  weather  having set  in,  the
year's placer gold mining season is
practically at an end. Newspaper re-
fContlnued on Page Four.l
Over Attor.-General
I LIGHT  FIGHTING
ALONG WESTERN
FRONT YESTERDAY
Vancouver,  Dec.   21.—In  the  by-1
elections, here today the two government members were elected. The result was, Hon. Ralph Smith, 7,319;
Hon. M, A. Macdonald, 5,OSS;  D. E.       London,  Dec.   21.—British   troops
McTaggart, independent Liberal,  3,-  entered the enemy lines at Gomme-
! 866. court, on  the  Somme  front, causing
i      The  election   has  resulted   in   the j considerable damage to the German
j throwing   of   the   Attorney-General,  defences and capturing prisoners.
1 who   was   attacked   by   the   Purity French Engaged.
j Squad  in   the  Liberal   party   in   the       Parls.   D*0-   21.—Heavy   artillery
j south, Into a place second to thu Min-
| ister of Finance. Hon. Ralph Smith
i secured a higher vote in the by-elec-
| tion than was obtained by Mr. Mae-
I donald at the general election. It Is
^evident that Mr. Macdonald does not
I today stand as well with the public
I as he did when the general election
1 was, held.
E. F. Duby Leaves
City To Arrange For
_Building Mil]
This morning E. F. Duby, who is   parties   before   being  finally  signed
the active head of the Emerson Mills , "P-
At the general  election   Mr.   Mac-1
donald headed the candidates in Vancouver, securing, independent of the '
soldiers'  votes,   7,224.     Hon   Ralph
Smith at that time received 6,717.
flghtiug continues on the Verdun
front, and during the night the fighting was particularly spirited In the
regions of Rougemont and Cham-
brees. On the rest of the front, fighting is confined to encounters between patrols.
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I WORK WILL BE
| CONTINUED  ON
i     THE  CORDILLERA
BELGIAN  CITIZENS
ARE BEING SHOT
BY  GERMANS
Amsterdam, Dec. 21.—Eleven Belgian citizens have been shot and nine
J. D. Wells, whose name is associated always with the Cordillera
mining property near Kitselas, i's in'
the city. He Is accompanied by Mr.
Donohue, who is the secretary of the
company that has been formed lo
work the property.
They  are  continuing  on   the  ore
I all winter. The work is of a develop-
I BRITISH ARE
BEHIND PREMIER
that are to be erected here this com- j     Before   he   returns  he  will   have
| made all the arrangements, he ex-
lng season, leaves for the south and
will remain until after the holidays.
He expects to return sometime about
the -first part of February. He will
then come to Prince Rupert to reside
Third  Ave.
Prince Rupert.
1!
JI in
London, Dec. 21.—All sections of
the British press agree that Premier
Lloyd George expressed the views of
the British nation In regard to the
German peace proposals in his speech
the House of Commons, on Tues-
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IN HIS A'lEWS i and will begin work on the site at
Seal Cove.
The arrangements, are all well advanced at this end. A selection has
been made of the site and the agreements, according to the latest Information that Mr. Duby got, were all
in good form awaiting only some lit-
! tie  legal  adjustments  between  the
CANADA
NATIONAL SERVICE
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given under the authority of the "War Measures
Act, 1914," that during the first week in January, 1917, an inventory will be made
by the Post Office Authorities, of every male between the ages of sixteen and sixty-
five, residing in Canada.
National Service Cards and addressed envelopes for their return to Ottawa
have been placed in the hands of all Postmasters for distribution amongst the
persons required to fill in such cards. Every male person of the prescribed ages
is required to fill in and return a card enclosed in an envelope within ten days
of its receipt.
Any person who fails to receive a card and envelope may obtain the same
upon application to the nearest Postmaster.   ,
R. B. BENNETT,
Ottawa, 15th December, 1916. Director General.
GOD SAVE THE KING.
NATIONAL SERVICE WEEK    :    1st to 7th JANUARY.
pects, for the construction of the
mill. He will, probably, before that
time, have let the necessary contract
for the clearing of the island to the
required level and the excavation
work will be well in hand.
It Is quite probable that at that
time he may have had all the lumber for the construction of the mill
Itself cut and brought to this
port. He will be bringing a
donkey engine for his purposes in
connection with work and may also
bring north the necessary lumber
that will be required in the construction, so that no time will be lost ln
getting the plant Into position to begin work.
As soon as the site on the island Is
cleared, work will start on the mill
construction. Mr. Duby is anxious
that no time shall be lost in getting
the works started up. His only regret now Is that be did not start in
on the business a few months earlier,
so that he might have been working
that much sooner.
When Mr. Duby returns he expect?
to bring with him Mrs. Duby and
take up their home in the city.
, .,        , ment  character,
are awaiting execution, while others
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have been sentenced to terms of im- j     A   silk   sweater-coat  would   make
prisonment for resisting the German   "her" happy Wallace's.
military authorities in their carrying 	
New    Leather    Hand    Bugs    and
; out. of  the   deportation   of   Belgian
civilians  to  Germany.   The  deporta-! Purses .lust in. Bulger*  Denike.
'tion   continues   and   another   court!
i martial has commenced.                             F0I.    Xmas     Buying    See    Tito's
Several citizens of Ghent, in  Bel-iSpeclnl   Prices   for   Carpet   Squares,
gium,   have   been   killed   by   French ,Springs,  Mattresses and  Iron Beds
machine guns on the western front..- ——
. A  thousand  Belgian   civilians   have j
been compelled to work on the German front line trenches on the Ver- i
'dun  front  and   four  thousand  have]  .
been ordered to the Somme. [    W-00 the Box. Wrapped, ready fin-
 o  I mailing, address label attached. Just
I Fancy China, French Limoges and
' Mppon nf Spedi;1 Xmns Prices at
Ceo. D. Tite's.
When Buying Coal get the best. It
cost., the s:n e. New Wellington
'on!—Phone 116. tf.
Wo have n vi :-y fine stock of Ladles
Cold and G >ld Filled Bracelet
Watches from p. 10 to £fiO. Bulger ■"■-.
Denike.
Give her cllinaware fiom Wallace's-
So many things for gifts we cnn'1
mention   tin rn   sil—come   nn   see—
Wallace's.
iGANONGS' OVERSEAS
CHOCOLATES
For   the   Little   Ones—Children's ]M'c th'ng to semi to the Boys nl (I;
Tables and Chairs. Doll Buggies nnd j front.
Beds at Geo. D. Tite's. ORME'S LIMITED
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\ WE ARE CLOSING OUT ;
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I Our Jewellery Stock \
Which is one of the Best Selected in
Northern British Columbia, consisting of
DIAMONDS.   WATCHES,   LWALIhl.S,  ETC,  ETC.    ALL GOODS
MARKED IX OWE WINDOWS ARE
From 25 per cent to 35 percent
Below Wholesale Cost
COME   EARLY  AND  GET  YOUI. CHRISTMAS C.OODS
i pen Ever; Evening Until Christmas.   Out of Town Orders Promptly Attended To.
Our Furs  Vlso Are To   Be Ofl'erod At Sule Prices
GOLDBLOOMS
* THIRD AVENUE, NEXT BANK OF MONTREAL,  PRINCB RUPERT
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1916.
PRIXCE RUPERT JOURNAL
f
j^tittw Buper* journal
Telephone  138.
O. H. NELSON, Editor
Telephone U58.
Office: 128 Third Avenu East,
ne3r McBride street. Telphone 138;
Poetoffiee Dox 1545.
DAILY   EDITION.
Published   every   morning   except
Monday.    Delevered by carrier ill the
city at tlie fallowing rn'e, if paid in
advance:—
One Year  $5.00
Six Month        $2.50
Three Mo__*_is    $1.25
If not paid ln advance,
per Month     $0.50
Advertising Rates Upon Application.
Telephone 188.
has tried three objectives—Paris,
Warsaw and Calais—und has been
baffled  In all.
"That is not enough. We shall
not sheathe the uword, which we ha^e
| not lightly drawn, until Belgium has
recovered more than she has sacrificed; until France is adequately si
cured against menace; until tho
rights of the smaller nationalities
have been placed upon an unassailable foundation, and until the mili-
LA.NI) REGISTRY ACT.
(Section 86 and  |84.)
Re Application .\<p. 00,001.
TAKE   XOTICE   tiiat   application
has heen made to register HAROLD
C. EDMUNDS of Prince Rupert, British Columbia, as owner in fee und"r
tary domination of Prussia is finally ia Tax Sale Deed from The Collector
destroyed."
Gaiters nnd spats
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-Wallace's.
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER
of the City of Prince Rupert, bearing
'date ihe 30th day of September,
1916, of ALL AND SINGULAR that
certain parcel or tract of land and
premises situate, lying, and being in
BOWSER OX
RESOURCES  OF     a%\
BRITISH COLUMBIA  the   Municipality   of   Prince   Rupert,
  i Assessment District), more particu-
[nterviewed In the ea'st, W. I. Dow. Marly known and described as Lots
ser, formerly Premier of the Prov-iSIx (C), Thirty-One (31), and Thir-
Ince, is reported as follows: ty-Two  (32), Block Forty-Six  (4G),
PEACE PROPOSALS.
Throughout tlie British Empire
there is a desire for peace. This is
undoiibtedly shared by the men of
the Empire who are doing the actual
fighting. This is a sentiment that is
bound to prevail, for the British people have ages ago ceased to love
fighting for the sake of fighting. At
the  same  time  this, does  not   mean
that peace can be attained, for it is
certain that the British nation  *i" I are, it Is true, $12,000,000 of arrear
"Xoi an acre of timber left the
control of the Crown during the Conservative regime, but, on the other
hand, we are deriving an annual revenue of between $2,500,000 and $_.-
000,000 from it; and we have a stand
of 400,000,000 feet of merchantable
timber growing several times faster
than it is being cut. Our known 40.-
000,000,000 tons of coal deposits pay
a royalty of 10 cents per ton when
mined, and we have only exhausted
about  43,000,000 tons so far. There
not cease the fight until the main object is attained. That object is that
the law of the jungle, as Sir Robert
Borden fittingly described it, shall
not prevail among the so called nations of the world. Might shall not
necessarily be interpreted as right, as
has been the case with Germany.
Arthur Henderson, the Minister of
Pensions, in the first public speech
to be made by any of the new minis,
ters. warned the country against a
premature peace. Speaking at Clap-
ham. Mr. Henderson aptly presented
the 11' tatlon, saying:
"The war has gone on too long
for some people in this country. It
iis possible In view of the military
situation that we may become war-
weary. I want to -warn everyone of
the danger of premature peace. I am
as strongly for peace as anybody can
he but peace must place its without
doubt beyond tbp recurrence of the
present catastrophe. By all means let
our American friends and any other
neutrals do what they can to form
a league of nations which would bind
themselves together to lay down prln-
"Iplee of arbitration and I will go
with them, but not now. To talk
peace with all the most Unscrupulous
military forces against us would be
a step toward having to fight the
whole thing over again."
WILSON'S  PROPOSALS.
The intrusion of President Wilson
Into the peace proposals will, we believe, add little to the prospects of
such a desired end, nor will it have
the effect of adding to the prestige
of tlie President among the nations
fighting the Hun. Britain and also
the other Allies have time and again
repeated the warning to the neutral
nations that the war must be finished, according to one well defined
plan. This was put forward at the
Lord Mayor's banquet on November
9, 1914, when Premier Asquith, In
outlining the war situation, made his
famous statement: "There is, going
to l>e n long war, but there Is nothing
In a long struggle up depress us, or
in  ■'. ii .t   ha.   hai pened.  Our  enemy
For Eiderdown Comforts See Tite's
splendid  assortment.
in land sold, but every dollar of that
represents land which if not paid for,
with interest at G per cent, and a
wild land tax of 4 per cent, per annum on the assessed value, must revert to the Province. This land besides, has all been surveyed at private expense, representing an average
cost of 50 cents an acre. If our Liberal friends think tlie 'speculators' in
British Columbia lands have made a
killing I can point to a way in which,
by acting quickly, they can buy this
land from them on an average of
what it cost the 'speculator.'
"When my successor, Mr. Brewster, comes to float a loan, as he must
shortly) and with which he should
have no difficulty, he will have my
co-operation in every way possible to
make It a success, based upon our
splendid untouched assets."
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Men—bring your gift problems to
us. We have just what "she" wants
—Wallace's.
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Mi
(' ilombto is a pjood market for
carnival goods—confetti, serpentines,
t aper hats, balloons, etc. Firms will
Bhortly begin storking.
too a o-o o t. 0 n 099 o-r-n-'t r.
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ACORN SIGN SHOP
Autos,   Carriage,   nnd   Sign
Painting.
Work done to suit customers.
All we vvnul is your idea.
Dawson   Block—Third   Avenue
JOS. F. FIUON   |
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0C-^i1k
WATER NOTICE.
- Take notice that G. R. Naden Company Limited, whose address is
^rince 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 wil! be diverted from the stream at a point
about at thc 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, ID 10. A copy of
this notice and an application pursuant thereto am. to the "Water Act
1914" will be filed in 'he office of tin-
Water Recorder at Prince Rupert.
British Columbia. Objeclie. . to the
application may be tied with ihe said
Water Recorder or with 'lie Com] -
trolle" of Water Rights, Parliament
Buildings, Victoria, British Columbia, within thirty days aft»r tho firm
■ppenrance of this notice In a lor:',!
newspaper. The territory within
which the powers in respect of the
undertaking are to be exercised Is
T'rlncc Rupert, British Columbia, and
vicinity and along the transmission
line between  the Power Station  and
and hot Eleven ill), Block Forty-
Eight (48), all in Section Eight (81,
Map 923.
You   are   required   to   contest   the
claim   of   the   tax   purchaser   within
thirty-five days from he date of the
service of this notice (which may be
effected by Personal Service or otherwise),   and  your  attention   is  called
to Section 36 of tbe "Land Registry
Act"  with   amendments,  and   to  the
following  extract   therefrom: —
"and in default of a caveat or certificate  of  lis  pendens  being  filed
before   the   registration   as   owner
of the person entitled under such
tax sale, all persons so served with
notice.   .     .     .     and those claiming through   or  under them,  and
all persons  claiming any interest
ln the land by virtue of any unregistered Instrument, and all persons claiming any interest in lhe
land by descent whose title is not
registered under the provisions of
this Act, shall be for ever estopped
and debarred from setting up any
claim to or in respect of the land
so sold for taxes, and the Registrar shall  register the person entitled under such tax sale as owner of the land so sold for taxes."
AND   WHEREAS   application   has
been  made  for  a  Certificate  of  Indefeasible Title to the abovemention-
ed  lands,  In  the name of HAROLD
C. EDMUNDS:
AND WHEREAS on investigating
the title it appears that prior to the
Fourteenth day of Sepember, 1915,
(the date on which the said lands
were sold for overdue taxes), you
were the Registered owner thereof.
FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that at
the same time I shall effect registration in pursuance of such application and issue a Certificate of Indefeasible Title to the said lands in
the name of HAROLD C. EDMUNDS
unless you take and prosecute the
proper proceedings to establish your
claim, If any, to the said lands, or
to prevent such proposed action on
my part.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
Prince   Rupert,   B.   C,   this   Second
day of November, A. D.  1916.
H.  F.  MacLEOD,
District Registrar of Titles.
To CHARLES PLAN1TZ,
d-8        Box 731, Edmonton, Alberta.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
(Section ISIS and 184.)
ie Application N'o. 9,085. Filing .1,807
TAKE   XOTICE    that   application
as been made to register Melvin M.
tephens and Maxwell ('. Wade, of
Prince Rupert, B. C„ as owner in fee
under two Tax Sale Deeds from The
Collector of the City of Prince Rupert, bearing date the 23rd da.v of
October, 1916, of ALL AND SINGULAR that certain parcel or tract of
land and premises situate, lying, and
being in the Municipality of Prince
Rupeit, (Assessment District) more
particularly known and described as
Lots Seven (7) and Eight (8), Blocl'
Forty-six, (46), Section Eight (8), in
the City of Prince Rupert, Map 923.
You are required to contest the
claim of the tax purchaser within
thirty-five days from the date of the
service of this notice (which may ue
effected by Publication), and your attention is called to Section 36 of the
"Land Registry Act" with amendments, and to the following extract
therefrom: —
"and in default of a caveat or certificate of lis pendens being filed
before the registration as ownar
of the person netitlde undre such
tax sale, all persons so served with
notice, . . . and those claiming
through or under them, and all
persons claiming any Interest in
the land by virtue of any unregis-
ered Instrument, and all persons
claiming any interest ln the land
by descent whose title is not registered under the provisions of this
Act, shall be for ever estopped and
debarred from setting up any claim
to or !n respect of the land so sold
for taxes, and the Register shall
register the person entitled under
such tax sale as owner of the land
se sold for taxes."
AND WHEREAS application has
een made for a Certiflcte of Indefeasible Title to the above-mentioned
ands, in the name of Melvin M.
tephens and Maxwell C. Wade:
AND WHEREAS  on  investigating
■he title it appears that prior to tlie>|
14th  day of September,  1915,   (the
date  on which  the said  lands  were
old for overdue taxes), you were the
eglstered owner thereof.
FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that at
the same time I shall effect registration in pursuance of such application
nd issue a Certificate of Indefeasible Title to the said lands in the
name of Melvin M. Stephens and
Maxwell C. Wade unless you take
and prosecute the proper proceedings
to establish your claim, if any, to the
said lands, or to prevent such proposed action on my part.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
Prince Rupert, B. C, this 20th day
of November, 1916.
H. F. MacLEOD,
District Registrar of Titles.
To  CHARLES PLANITZ,
4-w. Edmonton, Alberta.
MINERAL ACT.
(Form F.)
Certificate  Of   Improvements,
NOTICE,
TIOER and LADY ISAAC FRAC.
Mineral Claims, situate In tbe Skeena
.Mining  Division  of  Cassiar  District.
Where located: On Granby Bay,
B. C.
TAKE XOTICE that I, J. Fred
Ritchie. Free Miner's Certificate No.
3,22flC, acting as agent for the Granby Consolidated Mining, Smelting &
Power Co. Ltd., Free Miner's Certificate No. 5.005C, intend, 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, ac-
Prlnce Rupert, British Columbia. The jtion, under Section 85, must be corn-
date of the first publication of this j menced before the issue of such Cer-
notice is November 17th  1916. tiflcate -of Improvements.
G.  R.  XADEN  COMPANY LIMITED |     Dated  this  8th  day of  December,
d-20-lfl Applicant. 'A   D.  1916. d-12
!.v  T. H. PILLRRfRY, Agent. ' J.   FRED   RITCHIE,   Agent.
PHONE 554
P.O. BOX 60
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SECOND AVE
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* WALKER'S MUSIC STORE
Corner Second Ave and 4th St.
Pianos  nnd  other   musical   Instruments for sale.
Pianos  to  Rent.
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The Forestry Battalion
the 230th
Organizing now under Copt.
Shuttleworth wants practical
men
Services will be auxiliary to
the fighting forces n all kinds
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SERGT. STOKES,
At the offices of the Red
Cross Society, next to Bank
of Montreal, Third Avenue.
Prince Rupert,  B. C.
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WINDSOR HOTEL
Cor.  of  First  Ave.   and   Eighth   St.
Prince
V   H. WRIGHT, Prop.
HOTEL CENTRAL
First Ave. and Seventh St.
Rupert   I
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$1.00.to $2.1.0 Per Day
Peter liinck, Prop.
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PRINCE 1UPERT JOIRNAI.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1916.
LIQUOR ACT, 1B1*.
(Section 19.)
NOTICE is hereby given that, on
the First day of December next, application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for the
renewal of a licence for the sale of
Hquor by wholesale in and upon the
premises known as Beaver Wholesale Liquor Company, of Prince Rupert, Limited, situate at 708 Fraser
Street, Prince Rupert, B. C„ upon
tie lands described as Lots Fifteen
and Sixteen (16-16), Block Thirty-
two (32) Section One (1) City of
Prince Rupert, B. C.
Dated this 12th day of October, 1916
THE   BEAVER   WOLESALE
LIQUOR  CO.,  IF  PRINCE RUPERT   LIMITED,
GEO. A. SWEET,
0-15
Manager.
MAJOR GREEN IS
PRAISED FOR WORK
CANADIAN     FISHERMAN    LAUDS
WHAT HAS BEES HONK FOR
FISH TRADE
Sonic Advice Offered As Tn The Use
Of  Mine   Kinds
Of  Fish.
In Thc Canadian Fisherman, pub- !
and the Continent :he latter varieties
have been staples for many years.
Canada is only now reaching the
stage where such fish can be marketed fresh and it is only through the
war and the extensive publicity woi
carried on by the Fisheries Department and the Canadian Fisheries As.
sociation in educating the consum
er.
However, Major Green's work In
stimulating a demand for Canadian
fls,h overseas will, at ihe same time.
j increase   our   means   of   production.
i More fishermen will no into the In-
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lerestlng  article  appears:
Undoubtedly the biggest topic of|dMtry ,lm] more ..on..(M.ns will open
the month in the fishing industry of Lp t(, ,,,,.. tllojr fa,.eF whc„ .„„,
Canada is the visit of Major Hugh ;happ€M there w,„ be ,„enty of Rk„
fireen and his commission to organ
coming in and the needs of the home
market will he taken care of. There
Is little cn.li for anxiety.    The long
'"■•'"■   <■'•"'■■■■'■■<   '"■■  "■- •■'■-■■■"■       11 Ustabl.sl.ed fish producers are not go-
Ing to kill their home trade by ship-
ize  production  to   fill   the  huge  fish
orders of the  Imperial  Government.
have a chance to fill the order, and
every man who can haul net, trawl
or handline will benefit—not only in
the ready market offered, but In the
chancy to dispose of varieties which
otherwise were thrown away or sold
at shack prices.
Of course, It will be said by many
that this, export trade will raise the |
price of fish In Canada and fall lieav. :
lly on the consumer. In pre-war days, j
the  consumers  in  Canada  regarded ;
fish  as of little  account and  didn't
care whether they ate it or not. Prices ,
were low—they had to be or there ,
would  be  n0 sale—and  the  fishermen, who work bard enough for their
money, received scanty remuneration
for the fruits of their toil. The best j
part of the catches of Canadian fish-
SYNOPSIS     OF     COAL
REGULATIONS.       -
Coal mining right of the Dominion ln Manitoba, Saskatchewan and
Albertai the Yukon Teritory, the
Nothwest Teritories, and a portion
of the Province of British Colombia,
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 leas.d to one applicant.
Aplicatlons for a leas*; must he
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
ln unsurveyed territory the tract applied for shall be staked out by the
ppplicant.
Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $5, which w'll be
refunded if the rights applied for are
not available but not otherwise. A
royalty shall le paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the
rate of five cents per ton.
The person operating the mine
shall furnish the Agent with sworn
returns accounting for the full
quantity of merchantable coal mined
and pay the royalty there. i. If the
coal mining rights re no.', being operated, such returns should be furnished at least once a year.
The lease wil' Include the coal
mining rights only; but the lessee
may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may ba
considered necessary for the work
ing of the mine at the rate of $10
per acre.
For full information application
6hould be made to the Secretary of
the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent
of Dominion Lands. I _     ,. , ,,.,,,,,
W   W   CORY    i pven dog-fish—wouldn t be looked at
ning all their produce overseas.. The
home trade is every hit as Important
"S the export, and these in th? .vsi-
"ness are nol foolish enough tq throw
it away.
These great overseas orders caught
our producers unready. Fishermen
were scarce; vessels were freighting
and steam trawlers could not be procured for any money. Shipyards
everywhere are full with orders and
fishing craft cannot he delivered for
a year ahead. Extensile organization
Is necessary, and during that organization, certain lines of fish will be
higher in price than usual.
Some people blame Major Green
for stimulating this demand. Let US
ermen were shipped out of the conn- state right here, as the journal of the
try to the United States, thc Contin- Fshing Industry of Canada, that our
ent, West Indies and South Ameri- fisheries have benefitted move of late
ca. They had to be. or fishermen through these orders than ever he-
would have had to knock off for want fore- The "orphan child" of Canada's
of a  market. j basic industries is now coming Into
Everything has gone up in price  its own. The fishermen  are getting
since the war—fish least of all, but ' better prices and are able to market
when fish did go up, there was a
scream from various High Cost of
Living experts. Certain varieties of
fish are high nowadays, but many
others, are practically as cheap as
ever. The consumers ln Canada have
always had epicurean tastes In fish
foods.  Nothing  but halibut, salmon.
fish they used t0 throw away or sell
for what they could get; the Investors ln fishing plants and vessels are
beginning to realize some profit on
their investment, and the industry is
beginning tn he less of a "hand to
month" business. Canada's fish are
being extensively  advertised   abroad
cod and haddock, and some lake fish, ' and   the   present   demand   will   con-
Deputy Minister of tn. Intei'lor.
tinue for the duration of the war and
for a long period afterwards. And
when Europe regains normal conditions many varieties of Canadian
in the home market. In Great Britain  fish will remain on the British mar-
could be marketed. Other equally
fine fish—hake, cusk, pollock, black
cod,   skate,   herring,   whlteflsh   and
kct  in  place of the ever decreasing
stocks of meat.
With at least two or three year'?
market ahead of us overseas, we
would be foolish to pass it up for a
home market only. The consumption
of fish among eight million of people will never become market enough
for our immense fishery resources or
give adequate and paying employment for those engaged in the fisheries of Canada. The Guelph llernld
foolishly suggeBte that the Dominion
Government prohibit the export of
fish for a time as It mielit have an
important bearing pp';nn the hleh cost
nf living. Wouid It? If It did, over
ono hundred thousand persons en-
gaged in the fisheries of this conn-
try would hardly make a living with
such a small market to cater to, and
if our producers had to content
themselves with such a market It Is
a safe bet that they would see that
they got enough profit out of it to
comnensate them for the loss of overseas business.
Summing the whole thing up, the
Industry owes a great deal to Major
Green and all engaged in exploiting
Canada's fisheries are behind him.
His, work in England has brought
Canada's fish Into the limelight and
it has been hard work, very hard
work. Green is Canada's master fish
salesman and as such, he must be
encouraged and not bound by red
tape or side-tracked by political shuffling. We are out to win this war:
we are ably assisting the mother
country in her time of stress; our
fishermen are taking the place of the
British fishermen in the Royal Navy,
and our fish is keeping down the cost
of feeding an enormous army. Major
Green ls stimulating an industry
which needed it badly: he is bringing money into the country and into
the hands of men that never got very
much in return for the most arduous
toll.
Major Green is the Fishing Industry's representative on the firing
line today, and the best wishes of
Canada's fishermen go with him.
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CANADIAN  ROADS
READY TO ASSIST
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CANADA 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
list year—they must produce abundantly in order to meet the demands
that may be made, and I believe 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 over, but not one of us doubts the issue,
and Canadians will do their duty in the highest sense of that great
word."—HON. MARTIN BURRELL, MiniMer of Agriculture.
MODERN war is made by resources, by money, by foodstuffs, as
well as by men and by munitions. While war is our first business, it is the imperative duty of every man in Canada to produce all
that he can, to work doubly hard while our Roldlers arc in the trendies,
in order that the resources cf thc- country may not only be conserved, but
increased, for '.he great struggle that li::s before us. ' Work end Snve'
is a good motto for War-time."—SIR THOMAS WHITE, Minister
ef Finance,
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be cores again a im
THE CALL OF Ei.ir.nL w«
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, PE.\S, 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, lhe call to patriotism is louder—therefore be
thrifty and produce to the limit.
"THE   AGRICULTURAL    WAR    BOOK    FOR   1916"  ia now  in  the press.   To be had from
The Publications Blanch, Department of Agriculture, Ottawa.
THE   GOVERNMENT   OF  CANADA 2
THE  WPARTMENT OF  AGRICULTURE THE   DEPARTMENT OF  FINANCE
Ottawa, Dec. 21.—Officials of the
Grand Trunk, Canadian Pacific, and
Canadian Northern Railways have
conferred regarding the demand of
the Imperial Government.for immediate supplies of railroad track. Sir
Harry Drayton, Chairman of the
Railway Commission, presided at the
conference.
Sir Donald Mann, on behalf of the
Canadian Northern, offered two hundred miles of track; the Canadian
Copper Company tendered a quantity
of rails, and fastenings for Immediate
shipment to France, and smaller railways, dealers and contractors have
telegraphed their willingness to surrender all available material.
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Christmas presents that are easily
ni.-iih-il—Wallace's.
A. E. WRIGHT
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Fall and Winter
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Read Down
Thurs.
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Wed.
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Lv. Victoria
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For Smlthers, Prince Georgn,   Jasper,   Edmonton,   Saskatoon
and Winnipeg, connecting there for  all  points in   Eastern  Canada
"nd the Eastern and Southern States)  leaves Prince  Rupert every
Wednesday ard Saturday at 11:80 A. M.
Mixed every Friday at .-»:0O A. M.
Agency  all  Ocean   Steamship   Lines.
Km- information and  reserviiti on   apply   to     City     Ticket     Office,
S20  Third  Ave. Phone  2«0
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Canadian Pacific Railway
Lowest Rates to all Eastern P««n*» via steamer to Vancouver and Ca
radian Pacific Railway. Meals and Berth  included on steamer.
PRIXCESS MAQUINNA
For Granby Ray, Friday  11  p. in.
PRINCESS SOPHIA
Southbound,   Saturday O p. m.
PRINCESS MAQUINNA
Southbound,   Sunday   (1  p. n>.
,1. I. PETERS, General Agent, coiner Third Ave. and Fourth St.
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ENGINEERS      MACHINISTS   AM)  MACHINERY  CONTRAClO.t..
Specialists  in   Mai vie  Power  Plant-    Oil, Steum, or Gtioollne.
B. C. Coast Agentst foi- the British ItronJiout Semi-Diesel Oil Kii-
Ki„e—the most reliable an economical, and the cheapest
power for fishing  bouts, tngs ar * passenger vessels.
Standard Gas F ngine Coint .n.y's Engines anil Pails in slock.
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Steel, Iron, Oils. Wire Hope, Biilata  Bcltin   II. C.     Wood   Pulley
Columbian Bronze Propel) Brs, Storage Batteries, Dynamos si
Marine Accessories. , , ,
ajfti—First-class equipment    and staff for machine and ship r*
pairs.
P.O. BOX 5 TELEPHONE 313
provincial und Dominion I,nnd Sur-
leyor—Surveying nnd finuineeWpi1
P'-mvi-ii  Second nnd Third Avenues
P    PJ.   I'"v    IIP.
HAIUY A. HARVEY
(.ichor of Violin,  Piano,  Vlolincetlo
anil Harmony
... of the London, Eng., Conservatory of Music. Pupil of Lansdowne
Cottell, the Belginn musician. Pupils
prepared for the Associate Board.
Vancouver Centre, Royal College of
Music.
1208  Second   Ave.—Phone  Blue 278
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PEABODYS'
HIGH-GRADE.GUARANTEED OVERALLS ARE NOT ONLY GOOD TOP.
TEN CENTS A BUTTON ANO 25 CENTS APiP.   BUT THE  MEftCMflNT
THAT YOU BOUGHT THEM FROM Will REPLACE THEM IF THEY DONOT GIVC I
ENTIRE   SAT I SFACTION.WITHIN THIRTY  DtVS TROM DATE  Of PUOCmASE j\J'    . ~1^ /
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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
'I IN THE EFFORT TO RIP A PAIR OF PEABODYS' OVERALLS.
BUT IF THEY WiLL STAND THIS-THEY WONT RIP
UNDER THE HARDEST KIND OF LEGITIMATE WEAR.
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PRESENTS   I
Ca// a/?c/ look over our Selected Stock j
Chocolates in Presentation Forms    5
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Ebony Goods of all kinds
Special Perfumes to suit every Purse
Holiday Cards and all kinds of
Novelties
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT
On Saturday morning ire "ill present all children calling with hal-
loons.
The Pioneer Druggist,
Ormes' Limited
Corner Third Ave. and Sixth Street
Phones 82 and 200
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DR. J. S. BROWN, DENTIST
Crown  and Bridge  Work   «
Specialty
Oflice:   smith   t'lock,   third   Avenue
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beg t" Inform their friends and
the public generally that they
have engaged the services of a
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a graduate of a Canadian and g
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aud    Bacteriology,    and    who g
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children. 9
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LIQUOR ACT, 1910.
(Section 19.)
NOTICE is hereby given that, on
the First day of December next, application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for the
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
describeil as Lot 4, Block 32, Section
one, Prince Rupert.
PRINCE RUPERT IMPORTING
COMPANY,  LIMITED,
ALEX. SMITH, Manager.
Applicant.
Dated First day of October, 1916. 08 I
IWiUlCHINE wf\
Engines   Installed   and   General     ;
Repairs.
Ovy-Acetylene   Plant   in   Connection'
Phone Red 150 Third Avenue!
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CANADIANS
WANTED FOR THE
ROYAL NAVY
Two ihouoir.J Canadians are wanted for the Royal Naval Canadian Vclunt«or Reserve toward* manning the new ships of the
Imperial Royal Navy.   Im lediate overseas service.   Only men
of good character and good physique accepted.
Pay $1.10 Minimum per day —Free Kit
$20.00 per Month Separation Allowance
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.1. McNeil of Telkwa, is in the city
He arrived by last night's train.
Mi ii wanted—to see the alfls of all
kinds at Wallace's.
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R. Sargent of Hazelton, is in the
city for a few days.
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Christmas design) in Waterman's
Fountain Pens. Bulger & Denike.
"Crepe <le luxe waists"—the Inst
word from eastern fashion centres—
Wallace's.
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An .ns McAllister, from the Skeena
River canneries, is in the city for a
f. w days.
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Leather Chairs and Rockers. A
t-:-' '.-till r.ilt. Big Discounts at
Geo. !). Tite's.
Mr. Campbell, storekeeper at the
Claxton Cannery, spent yesterday in
;'.:e city.
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Mr. McGuire, formerly a resident
of Prince Rupert, arrived by the
train last evening.
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A. Johnson of Prince George/ arrived from the Interior last evening
accompanied by Mrs. Johnson.
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Elmer S. Anderson of New York,
arrived in the city yesterday over the
G. T, P. He is, interested in securing
a supply of lumber from the coast.
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LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
97-Piece Dinnerware; Xmas Discounts at Geo. I). Tite's.
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Look in Bulger & Denike's windows when down town.
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The train last evening was delayed on account of storms farther east.
It did not reach here until 11 o'clock.
We have a new Christmas Stock ef
1847 Rogers and Community Silver
in popular patterns. Bulger & Denike.
James Calderoue was charged yesterday with selling liquor without a
license. There _as a quantity of
liquor found on the premises by the
police, during a raid made the night
before. The case was adjourned.
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Geo. D. Tite's Annual Prize Drawings for Xmns Eve: First, Filmed
Oak China Cabinet; Second, White
Enamnl Steel Bed, square tube;
Third, Large Doll and Doll's Wicker
Carriage, For every $2.00 purchase,
For Cash, entitles you to one ticket,
consisting of three prizes.
Mrs. R. L. Mcintosh and Miss Bar-
beau will have charge of the Red
Cross sale today. A feature of the
sale will be the raffle for the picture, "Only A Scrap of Paper." This
picture was given to the Society by
Miss Ba'nks, the famous novelist. It
was given to Miss Banks by the owner of the bulldog which figures so
prominently In it. This picture cannot be duplicated in Canada.
PRO\ IXC1AL MIXES.,
(Continued lrom  Page One.)
ports from the Atlin field, in .the
northern part of the Province, make
it appear that about $400,000 is the
total value of the season's yield from
Atlln Creeks. It is likely, though,
that the official estimate will be low.
er than that sum, for It has been
stated from time to time that the
wafer supply for hydraulicklng was
not as plentiful throughout the season as In some other years, the gold
recovery in which did not reach so
high a total as that above mentioned.
Cariboo and Quesnel divisions of the
Cariboo district together gave a total value of $300,000 in 1915; it is
not thought nrobable this year's yield
will he higher, but advices as to the
result of operations In 1916 have
not  yet been received.
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PRESIDENT WILSON.
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Journal Office and paying cost of ad.
STUART J. MARTIN,
PROVINCIAL   ASSAVER   AND
ANALYTICAL
CHEMIST
HAZELTON,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
For Rent For Dances.
or other social   affairs
RAILWAY  MEN'S HALL
formerly Kuien Island Hull
Apply W. McLEOD
Phone 537.
finished by tlie British Premier's
speech. I expect that, after one or
two exchanges, of notes, they will get
together in conference."
Berlin's Reports.
London, Dec. 21.—The Berlin
press hints at the possibility of an
early peace. It Is stated that counter-Indemnities may be asked for hy
the Central Powers.
German diplomats are reported as
saying that their government want^
peace on the basis of the Entente
Powers forgetting the past.
The Scandinavian nations are reported to be joining In a movement
for peace, and Holland has been asked to assist in bringing the war to
an end. It Is believed that Norway,
Sweden, Denmark and Switzerland
will undertake a plea to all the belligerents for peace. One Dutch deputy
urges his country to participate In
the peace conference.
TIMBER CRl'ISERS
HAVE BEEN ON
QUEEN  CHARLOTTES
There returned from the Queen
Charlotte Islands yesterday by the
Prince John, James Moloney and L.
A. and J. T. Moloney of Vancouver.
They have been on the islands cruising timber for about six months.
James Moloney ls a well known
timber expert. It is not announced
who is behind the cruising that Is
being done.
MANY IV PRINCE RUPERT
TRY SIMPLE MIXTURE
Many Prince Eupert people are
surprised at the QUICK aitfon 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 that 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. The INSTANT, easy action of Adler-i-ka is
astonishing. C. H. Orme, Pioneer
Druggist. g-r.
SAVE MONEY
Use New Wellington
COAL
PHONE no
Pacific Cartage Limited
i'enera-1   Tenn..ng
v 'irnltnre  Moving  a  Specialty.
* ' -n  vou   huy COAL huy the P-B31
ladysmlth   Lump   or   Comoi
Washed  Nut
"i. Bine  l$H Hen   Ph«n»
I'P.TO.DATIO
LIMOSAY'S CARTAGE&STQRAGl
121   FOI'RTH   STREET
JINGLE POT COAL
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MACHINERY" !   MACHINERY!
BOILERS,   ENGINES,   SAWMILLS,  LOGGING  ENGINES,  MINING
MACHINERY,   RAILWAY   AND   CONTRACTORS'   EQUIPMENT—
BOI GUT AND SOLD.
The Vancouver Machinery Depot, Ltd.
VANCOUVER
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Biakely Co., Jewellers,
and Watch Repairers
HAP.RY   SEI.I'V » watchmaker of tony: experience ha* been pal In    »
charge of thai (Seiwrtinent—S»tl»fac*|On guaranteed. J
See our slock of r,_k-k-et* froos  tbe North.    Make- yonr choice while   »
they U,.u us I Hivp the. .  .cafe   am Im ibe ettr at nick-pin. brooch   *
or pendant, ti
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Encourage Hume industry ami keep the money •■ the city. »
EYES TESTED SCIENTIFIC*til   by  an  expert  in  that  line of   *
work—Latest appliance (or leMIng
I
HIGH a.HJ STOCK TO CHOOSE FROM
Corner Third Avenue and Sixth Street
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Royal Bank of Canada
HEAP    OFFICE:   MONTKEAI. ESTABLISHED   1801)
Capital Paid up $11,500,000
Reserve Fund       *18,23_.000    '
rotal Assets 8300,000.000
Savings Bunk Department—81 will open an nccouni
Branches   Throughout   ■"      .la aud Banking Connections With All
Parts of the Unit.     _.«tes. Agents Throughout the World.
F. W. DOHERTY, Manager - Prince    Rupert    Brunch
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SWEET'S MOTOR BOAT CO.'Y
Dealing in Knock-Down Frames    }
or Built Complete
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FISHERMEN TAKE NOTICE
Why not build your own boat from   Sweet's   Knock-Down   Frames?
Price List and Catalogue Freely Given
WORKSHOP—SECOND AVENUE   BEYOND   LYNCH'S
P. O. Box 704
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ASK  FOR
Fl ROSES,
TJe World's Best
Send/or Five Roses
■ COUPON
I "VrSre  Nunc   and   AdJrci
gUinty.
Don't Foff« to micJom Too Onto
tn tumps )
Cook Book—
BEING A MANUAL ^F GOOD RECIPES cr-Ailly
chosen from the contributions of over twe thousand
tucceasful caen of F.v; Rote* FV"r throughmt Cuuda.
Abo Useful Notet on the wioua daaseaof good things
to eat, all of which have t-t> carefully checked ukJ
re-clucked by competent authority.
fjtm tour Div.lope to UK£ Of THE WOODS MILLIMS CO. UMITED, WIHNIPEC
Distributors Prince Rupert, B.C.
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