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 The Journal
$5.00
a Year
vinCst
YOL. VI.
PRINCE RUPERT, B. C, WEDNESDAY,  SEPTEMBER  27,   1010.
Price o Cents.
No.  258.
AGAIN COMING IN AFTER
G. T. P. IS WELL PLEASED WITH ALASK
STOP
TRADE
Railway Commission Will Not Wake Long Stay In City
Halibut Is Again
Arriving In Port
After Some Check
After a continued scarcity of halibut on the local market these fish
are again beginning to arrive in
something approaching normal supply. There lias been continued bad
weather on the outside which has
cut off the fishing boats from getting
their supplies,. The weather still continues bad, but about 100,000 pounds
were brought in yesterday.
There were four American boats
and four Canadian In. Of these the
Corona, with 29,000 pounds, and the
Nellie with 4,000 pounds were
bought by tbe Booth Fisheries at
0 7-8 cents n pound. Tlie Shamrock
and Hie Rolfp with 134,000 and 11,000
respectively went to tlip Cold Storage
nt  !1   ."-S.
Of the Canadian vesesls the Alliance   had    (1,000   pounds   and   the
PUBLICITY TO Bfc      IPEREMPTOKY ACT      Molvbdenite Discovert
given th, west       of commission 110|yD^te discoveries
Made At Point On
SEVERAL   ARRIVED   EAST   EVE-
M\"(;  WHO WILL AID IX
PUTTING CITY ON MAI'
Pharaon had  8,000.    These sold to I Representatives Of Newspapers And
the Cold Storage at 9 7-S cents. The Magazines Arc  In
Tuladi  with  8,000  sold  to the Atlin I City.
Fisheries   at    10   cents,   while   the 	
Borealis, which is owned by the Atlin  Fisheries, had  12,000 pounds.
HOW  MR,  JUSTICE  GALT  DEALT
WITH  NEWSPAPERMEN IX
WINNIPEG
Committed   To  Jail   For   Terms   By
Judge  Setting  As
Commission.
RECIPROCITY  IX  MATTER
OF LIQUOR SELLING
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Miss Bank, Of London, So Describes
The System In Vogue In
Canada.
Miss Bank, of The London Express, says she is somewhat at a loss
to understand the system of prohibition they''have in the country. She
I had heard that there was a lot of
talk about reciprocity in the country
(Continued on Page Four.)
Prince Rupert and the Northern i Adjudged by Mr. Justice Gait to
iPacific coast are being put on the ;be in contempt of court for articles
map this year as far as publicity is Published in thc Winnipeg Telegram
concerned, for there have been many and the Winnipeg Saturday Post,
visitors who have come and are still j criticizing the Agricultural College
coming. Last evening's train brought ! Roval Commission over which he is
in two writers and one who arranges 'presiding,  E.  Beck.  Managing Direc-
Alaskan Traffic Has
Been Very Gratifying
To G.T,P, This Year
W. P. Hinton, of Winnipeg, one of
the best known and efficient officials
of the O. T. P. reached the city last
evening. He will go east again with
the Railway Commission today. He
reports business wilh the company
as fair, and says that the wheat crop
of the prairies this year Is going to
give good returns. While it cannot
compare with last year's crop, the
prices are so high that the farmers
will reap good returns. As an instance of how this works, he says
that wheat weighing only 42 pounds
to the bushel is being paid for at the
rate of $1.05 a bushel.
Mr. Hinton is well pleased with
the results of the Alaskan trade this
year. For a beginning it proved exceptionally good. The travel by their
boats was excellent, and what is bet- ;
ter, he says all who took advantage |
of the trip  were  delighted  with  it
There are already bookings made for
next fall in consequence of this.
L Fv_ 111) ol A a rija
BEHIND ALLIES
NEWSPAPERMAN ON VISIT HERE
SPEAKS OF GOOD KEELIXG
BETWEEN COUNTRIES
He   Believes   Canada   And   Republic
Should Be On Best
Of Terms.
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H. V. Jones, proprietor of The
Minneapolis .lournal, who is in the
city for a few days with his son, Jefferson Jones,, is pleased with this
part of the country. They will make
a trip to Alaska before returning.
Mr. Jones, in course of a talk, expressed     the    sentiment     that     the
United States people were behind the
Allies in this war. Ho showed in an
unmistakable way thai he was proud l
of what Canada was doing, and add-i
cil that, while it was iu  many ways
a   hard   thing  to  say,   yet   the   war '
would   do  Canadians  good,    A   war
that  was  found   to  uphold  a   great '
principle  of  justice  could   not   help '
doing good,
Mr. Jones never wants to say anything to cause friction between Canada and the United Slates. He has
no tP3e for the legislation that was
introduced ;i| Washington to cul off
the fish trade from here. He likewise would like io gee no restrictions
put upon the American fishermen in
the getting of bail here and in the
shipping of halibut by boat to ihe '
United States. There is, no need, he
thinks, for any vexations little matters coining up.
;Prlnre Rupert, he believes, is destined to be the centre of rhe fish industry, and nothing should he put
In lie way of lhe fullest carrying oul
of that.
for tourist parties.
The latter is W. M, Beale, of Chicago, of Beale's Tourist Agency. He
ihas come to look over the situation
.from the standpoint of giving Prince
j Ruperl and the Pacific coast its propter place in his plans.
Miss Elizabeth Bank, of The London Daily Express, was, a passenger.
She has come to make a tour of
Canada, writing articles for her pa-
|per. She is among other things look-
ins Into the question of openings
for Old Country people in this country after the war. This applies to
soldiers and to others, for Miss Bank,
in common with others, Is at a loss
to know to what extent the spirit of
migration will preval after the war.
It is. she says, a study to ascertain
what the results of the war will he.
No one can tell whether the soldiers
who have mixed with those from so
many other parts will return to settle down to ordinary walks of life j
or whether they will want lo go !
abroad.
She was somewhat surprised on
reaching Canada to find that the
women here were nol filling the
places of men, as wns the case in
the Old Land. The women in Canada,
she found for the most part keeping
out of the occupations of men.
Miss Bank spoke of the noble part IT!
Canada was taking in this war. She
said  she  must  no  longer  speak  of
what Britain was doing;  it was what
Coast Near Swanson Bay
tor of the Telegram, and Knox Ma-
gee, editor of the Post, were committed to the common jail for one
month and fined $500 each in Winnipeg. B. R. Deacon, News Editor
of the Telegram, was committed to
jail for two weeks and fined $100,
and Stanley Beck, reporter on the
Telegram, was committed to jail for
one month. All were immediately
given into custody of Deputy Sheriff j
Piniger and the commission adjourn
ed fo rone hour while the
warrants were prepared. The news
papermen were all released on habeas
corpus  proceedings later.
Hugh Phillips, Government Counsel, read reports which appeared in
the Telegram and the Post, following the statement made by Hon. Robert Rogers, that judges who were
paid for conducting such commis- I
sions accepted graft.
"I  feel."  said   Mr.   Phillips,  "that
(Continued  on  Page Two.3
There is reported to have been a
new discovery of mineral made at n
point a short distance south of Swanson Bay, and only about 160 miles
from here. It is a discovery of
molybdenite. Quite an amount of excitement has been created in consequence and many have rushed in to
stake claims.
The point where the discovery was
made is known as Poison Cove.
Molybdenite, which is found ai Alice
Arm and also in the interior in
limited quantity, is of great value,
approximating $2,500 a ton.
(.DAMP TRUNK BUILDING
IN LONDON NEEDED
II.   GOVERNMENT
London. Sept. 27.—The British
[Government lias commandeered the
.greater portion of the Grand Trunk
| Building adjoining Trafalgar Square.
It  Is  understood  the  building  is  re
quired for the department concerned
with the manufacture of the new
"tanks"  or  armored  cars.
The Grand Trunk probably will retain use nf tin.- ground floor, but it
is likely trie various tenants sharing
the building will be dispossessed.
W. McAdams, of Edmonton, who
Is developing a mining property al i D, J. Williams, Superintendenl of
Rocher de Boule Mountain, arrived the Rocher de Boule mine, arrived
iin the city lasl evening. last evening.
neclssaTy i Rail way Commission
Will m&ke A S
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MINING CLAIM
IS LOOKING WELL
It. L. SHAW. M. P. P., OF STE'I'-
TLER, INTERESTED IX RICH
PROPERTY XEA1! DOREEN
.Mining    Property    Is    Getting
Ready To Ship
Product.
the Empire was doing. There arrived in the city last eve-
She has a great dread of Zeppe'ins ning li. L. Shaw, M. P. P., for Stet-
hersell',    and    her   account    of   her tier,  in  the Alberta  Legislature.  He
nightly   preparations   for   a   raid   is is interested among other things In a
very amusing, when she couples with inns'   promising gold  producing pro-
it   what   she  did   when   one  actually pert}'  near Doreen.  There has  been
came, and the preparations she made a  lol  of work  put  in  getting a road
to   take   refuge   in   ihe   cellar   when from   the   property   to   the   railway,
compared wilh ihe preparations that Tli is   is   now   practically   completed
had   been   made  for  such   an  event, and those Interested expeci  to starl
Bul   Miss  Bank  has  nn  fear  on   the shipping,
water for, like a true Britisher,    he      The  propery   Is on   Fiddler  Creek |
says   she   knows   Britain   rubs   the and Is known as the Kuans claim. It L
waves. Inn she is not unite so certain Is aboul  seven  miles  from  the ral'
(Continued on Page Fonr.l wnv, hut the grade Is an easy one.
The Railway Commission which is
looking Into the propostion of the
I nationalization of the railway systems of Canada will make a shorl
stay in Prince Unpen. The members and their staff arrive this morning by the G. T. P. steamer. They
will leave again hy special train at
11 o'clock, The special will arrive
early this morning nnd leave al lhe
hour mentioned.
The Commissioners, as previously
mentioned, are President Smith, of
the Xew York Central, nnd Sir Harry
Drayton, Chairman of tlie Canadian
Railway Commission.
W. P. Hinton, of the <!. T. P., arrived last night from Winnipeg. He
will accompany the Commission
eastward over the line and give any
information thai may be desired.
The slay in the city will allow the
members of the (' immisslon in go
over the local situation, They will
then make an Inspection of the road
ns they go east.
It    is   nol   expect, tl   t lia,   anv
nouncemenl   will  be  made  by  them
during their stay In re
Prince Rupert
WESTHOLME TULA! Ill    H is
A   NAPOLEONIC' SHOW
imllor C.'erard   I-   A   Mosl
live  Photoplay.
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With   all   tin-   world   nl   war,   the
| Napoleonic period again lakes on in-
i terest.    Conan Doyle's famous story,
"Brigadier    Gerard,"    produced    In
i photoplay   form   by   the   Universal
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tells     a     tremendously     fascinating
story  of a  braggadocio  who   makes
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WEDNESDAY   a*.   THURSDAY
Matinee Today   From  :!  (o  •">.
Tiro  ('.rent   Featuri s
HELEN   HOLMES   in   the   4th
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THE GAME." Helen's lv.il.-
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Steam   Heated  Apar'.,ient,  Stephens Block.
Stcnin  Heated store. Stephens Block.
Steam  Rented  Apartment,  Merryfleld Bloc'r.
See List  of HOUSES,    STORES AXD OFFICES.
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Wednesday, September 27, 1IUG.
PRINCE RUPERT JOUKNA1
iiurjcr- journal
Telephone  I'.ltS.
O. H. NELSON, Editor
leleplione  138.
commission is being used as part of
a political plot which had its inception in ihe desire to reap vengeance
ei . ■ rtain public men. I decline to be
sworn."
"You    are    the    editor    of   these
: a. ers?''
"I  decline ;n be examined."
"You do noi  seem  to realize your
Officer 128 Third Avenu Easr,
near McBride Eitreet. Telphone 138;
PoetofTiee Ilox 1 545.
DAILY  EDITION.
Published   every    morning   except
Monday.    Di levered by carrier in the Position,    said the commissioner
city al tier following rate, If paid in
advance:—
One Year    55.00
Six Month       12.50
Three  Months      $1.2'
If not paid in advance,
; , :   Mont;       50.50
Advertising  limes Upon Application.
Telephone iris.
I jlg^D
ti mber 27
1916.
"What   is   the  evidence   that   this
man  is • ditor of this paper?"
Mr,  Phillips replied thai his name
ap eai ed as editor in the columns nf
the Telegram.
"You're   In   conti mpl      said   the
onu   ssioner to Mr. Bi ck.    "I order
thai   you  be Isoned  in the com
mon jail in Winnipeg for a period ol
on     .   :       and   lay a  line of $500.
Mr. Prinl I   rou take Berk into
- i stody?"
II I ER  I'lli: WAIL !. R. D ■ lied.  Hi
A,   thi   conclusion  of  I esenl Ithout i    - ction, Hi   said
tltanl •   wi th.    :   i Isl   he (,i'1 :l0' liu""' who  "'!''"'' 'h      '
Em, Ire,    I i-    wil ■   ' ' iplained of.    Il came to him
co   nl  h •■ I   In  thi    war,    ,vlll   '" tne routine' way and he -em  l|  :
,  ,   . ... .   .,,.  the printer.
.any and       ive    in     th, j    ",,'<'n' '"" :!"' aware," asked  th.
,    .:,!. .   .   rill   i.i ,   to be met, jjut!6e' "t!:':  tne n'nole llil*is "f tho
say.  .-     Agr tural  Journal,  pul    article W:|S absolutely  false?"
Iished    r the De artmenl ol Agrlcul- .     "Tt cnnle t0 mc trom a source tha<
tin.    al   Vic     la    B.C.       Million, of ]  'ho»Sbl  justified me in sending it
men   v.
el i:
mployment.
right up
said  Mr. Deacon.
Ii  i nine  from  Mr. Reclt.'
and wil    • '.;■ B : Iden cessation of worl;
ou munition sand oilier war supplies]     "u was very' verv -voss contempt
the di n.anil fni labor will be suddenly  curtailed.
Tire rehabilitation ,;i the countries
devastated by ihe war will demand
th.- energies of a large number of
men. hut even with this demand fully supplied there will still lie ihous-
ands seeking suitable employment.
It is iln first duty uf all rhe Overseas Dominions to give this matter
their first consideration and to get
ready at  once.
The iii r thai on,- men have led in
the tr. es will to a large extent
have in;...ted them tor ibe rout'ne
of office-work. They w'l! crave rr
rem-, Independent '.'nd open-air life,
and thousands are even now looking
forward to leaving war-scarred Europe, with its sad and painful associations, rif lhe end of the war, and
making homes for themselves in new
lands of opportunity, and the coun-
tly ihat offers the best inducements
will  net  the men.
Tlie best that we have to offer cannot be good enough for those brave
men who have been daily facing
death in every form for the protection of our homes and families.
What have we in British Columbia
to offer? Surely we have all that
goes to make life pleasant in this,
the Western outpost of the Dominion
of Canada. In our beautiful fertile
valleys, on our plateaux and bench
lands, with a climate unexcelled in
the world, with unique scenic attractions, with    our    seas,    lakes,
of this tribunal/' declared Commissioner flalt. "I order that you be
committed to jail for two weeks and
Stanley Beck, who was sworn, said
he would not concede that there were
any  falsehoods in the story.
"You gave the information on
which it was based?"
"I presume I did," was the reply.
"I commit you to the common jail
for one month." said the judge.
Knox Magee took the oath and said
he wrote the article In the Post.
"This tribunal," he said, "has no
authority under Its, constitution or
tiie laws to punish me or anyone else
for contempt."
The commissioner ordered that Mr.
Magee be committed to jail for one
month and fined .$500.
MINERAL ACT.
(.Form P.)
Certificate  of  Improvements.
NOTICE.
Dolly Fraction Mineral Claim,
situate in th. Skeena Mining Division
of Cassiar District. Where located:
Adjoining Hidden (reek Granby
Bay, B. C.
TAKE NOTICE that I, J. Fred Ritchie, Free Miner's Certificate No. ?,.-
229C, acting as. agent for the Granby
Consolidated Mining, Smelting ir
Power Co., Ltd., Free Miner's Cer-
tlflcati N'o, 5.005C, intend, sixty flays
from tho da'< hi - .' to apply to the
Mining Recorder for a Certificate of
Improvements, fo: ti;.- pur] ose al ■ b
.i ii- a down Grant of the abc
claim,
And  further take  notice thai
lion, under section 5 5, musl be ci
COAL ACT.
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Land    District,    Districl    oi
Queen Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE NOTICE thai Austin Brown,
ria, B. C, occupation saddler,
ii i .-. is   to  apply  for  permission  to
pros     -i     the    following    described
.  ... for coa! and petroleum:
Commencing at a post planted on
the   .Vest  Coast of Graham  Island,
<■■  tl     vicinity of West River, at the
-:.    th  ust    corner    of    C.X..    8,085,
tb nee north So chains;  thence east
80  chains;   thence south  80  chains;
thenci    west   80  chains  to   point  of
commencement.
Name of applicant,
AUSTIN  BROWN,        a^-ss
Dati     fuly 19, 1916.
LAND ACT.
The Forestry Battalion
' b. fori     ,    issue of such Oer-
-'  Ii ipn   i ■ tents,
lated  this  20th  dny of July, A.  \\,
j27-s27
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'.   FR1.H   RITCHIE,
LAND ACT.
(Form Xo. !l.)
FORM OF XOTICE.
SPRUCE   LOGS   WANTED.
Wanted 'arge quantity Spruce logs,
of good size, and scaling at least 30
per cent. No 1, Write particulars
as to price, quality and earliest delivery to C. P. Coles & Co,. Vancouver, ts
SYX. .PSIS      OF      COAL
REGULATIONS.
MINING
Coal  mining right    of tl"3 Dominion in  Manitoba.  Saskatchewan and
Alberta,  the   Y- , on  Territory,   the
Northwest Territories and a portion
and I of the Province of British Columbia,
. I may  be  leased   for a,  term  of  t.ven-
rlvers   teeming   with   fish,   and   our  ty-one years at an annual  rental of
mountains   and   valleys   with   game p3   per acre     Not  more than   2.560
...... , ,    I acres win be '.fa^ea to one applicant.
birds and animals, we have   room for       Applications   ';:■  n  lent-,   mist  he
thousands  of  settlers   on   the  land,   made by the applicant in person to
, , .     I th    Agent  or  Sub-Agent of  the  dla-
who   can    make   happy    homes   for|trl(,   |n  which  rhe rights
-Pl'lied for
are situated.
In surveyed tenltory the iar.d
must ' r fletcribed by sections, ar
legal Btibuivlaions of sectlnnf, ind
jin unaurveyed territory ti, inut applied for shai! be staked o ,1 by the
applicant himself.
Each Rppl'iation must be ac -m-
pauiet" by a fee of i 5, which will be
r 'undtd If the : tht applied for are
not available, but not otherwise. A
royally shrjll be paid en 'he merchantable output of he mine a' the
rate of five cento per ton.
The   person   operating   tin?    mine
shall  furnish  the .-'gent  with  sworn
returnB    accounting    for      thf    full
Commissioner Gait called Edward |flUttOtity of merchantable coal mined
aLd pay tbe royalty tbereon. If tbe
coal mining rights re uot being operated, ouch returns sL«a d e furnished at least oeec a year.
The   lease   will   Include   tho   coal
themselves and  families.
PEREMPTORY.
(Continued from fage One.)
jbose articles cannot serve any other
purpose than to bring into contempt
this commission and, acting under
your Instructions I have subpoenaed
for you this morning the editors of
the two papers and such reports as
I was instructed in have present."
Beck   to   lhe stand.
"liefore I am sworn I would like to
make  a   statement." said   Mr.  Beck.
"First, I would like to have read the
commission under which this Investigation  is heing held."
"Take oath," said tho commissioner.
"I will nol take the oath until 1
have made my statement," was. the
reply.
The judge told li I m to proceed.
"Acting under what I consider proper advice," said Mr. Beck. "T decline
tn submit to examination hefore this
commission, which is illegal, unlaw-
fill and without te$*iWR&mmmm\<
dine  in  give  evidence   because  this
mining rights only; but iho lessee
may be permlttc! to purchase whatever available surface rights may be
considered necessary for the working of the mine at the rate of Slu
per acre.
For full .nfurmatlou appllcr-Mon
should be made lo t. ■ Secretary of
the Department of the interior, Ol-
tawa, oi- 'o any Agent or Sub-Agent
of Dominion Lands,
W.  '.V.  CORY,
Deputy  Minister of tbe Interior
FREDERICK  PETERS.  K.(.
')nnlater. Solicitor and Notary Pabl'
Skeena    Land    District,    Distric
Queen Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE NOTICE thai Austin Brown,
of Victoria, B. C, occupation saddler,
intends to apply for permission to
prospect for coal and petroleum on
the West Coast of Graham Island, in
vicinity of West River.
Commencing at a post planted al
the northeast corner of C.L., 8,OS.",
tlience SO chains south; thence 80
chains west; thence 80 chains north;
fhence east 80 chains to point of
commencement.
Name of applicant,
AUSTIN  BROWN.
Dated July 19, IDlfi. al0-s,10
(Form No. !>.)
FORM OF XOTICE.
Ikeei       I.nnd    DIsti let,    : ';■■>: lei    ol
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nf      Commencing at a post planted one
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C.L.,  !l,971  thence north   SO  chains:
thence west SO chains; thence south
SO chains;  thence east 80 chains to
point of commencement.
Name of applicant,
GEORGE D. TITE,
AUSTIN BROWN, Agent.
Dated July 10,  1916. alO-sle
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MIXERAY, ACT.
(Form F.)
Certificnte  Of  Improvements.
NOTICE.
Qnaitz No. 20; Quartz No. 21:
Quartz No. 28B; Quartz No. 27B:
Quartz No. 2SI3; and Quartz No. 29,
Mineral claims, situate in the Skeena
Mining  Division   of  Cassiar  District.
Where located: On Granby Ten insula, Granby Bay, B. C.
TAKE NOTIC-"": thai I. 1. Fred Ritchie, Free Ml' s Certificate No. 3,-
229C, acting agenl for the Granby
Coufc-.tilid.ite( Mining, Smelting S-
Power Co. ,td , Free Miner's Certificate Nd. ...nunc, intend, sixty days
from the date hereof, to appl) to the
Mining Recorder for a Certificate ol
Improvements, for the purpose of
obtaining a Crown ('■rain ol thi nl oi
claims.
And   further  take  notice  thai   action, under section ■-•". musl be commenced in toi e the Issui  of si ch    • ■
tificate in  Improvements.
J.   FRED   RITCHIE,   Agent.
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1916. aug-24
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The Surf Inlet Power Compan:'.
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The date of the filing of the application in the offlce of the Water Recorder for the approval of its undertakings was the 24th of February,
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to one hundred million dollars exclusive of the amount
(if any) paid for by the surrender of bonds as the equivalent of cash under the terms of the War Loan prospectus
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The instalments may be paid in full on lhe 10th day
of October, 1916, or on any instalment due date thereafter,
under discount at the rate of lour per cent per annum.
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to forfeiture and the allotment to cancellation.
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of the amounl subscribed, must bo forwarded through
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provisional receipts.
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Canada, and both principal and interest will be a charge
upon the Coiisolilr.led Revenue Fund.
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Subscriptions must, be for even hundreds of dollars.
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applied towards payment of the amount due on the October
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payment endorsed thereon by the bank receiving the
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The issue will be exempt from taxes—including any
income tax—imposed in pursuance of legislation enacted
by the Parliament ,,i Canada.
The bonds with coupons will be issued in denominations
of S100. 8500, 81,000, Fully registered bonds without
coupons wiil be issued in denominations of 81,000, 85.DOC
or any authorized multiple of 85,000.
The bonds will he paid at maturity at par at thc oilier
of the Minister of Finance and Receiver General at Ottawa
or at lhe i dice of the Assistant Receiver General at Halifax
St. John, Charlottetown, Montreal. Toronto, Winnipeg
Regina, Calgary, or Victoria
The interesl on lhe fully registered bonds will lie paid
by cheque, which will ire remitted by post. Interesl on
bonds wilh coupons will be paid on surrender of coupons.
Both cheques and coupons will be payable free of exchange
at any branch in Canada of any chartered bank.
Subjeel to lhe payment of twenly-five cents for each
new bond issued, holders of fully registered bonds without
coupons will have lhe right to converl into bonds of the
denomination of 81,000 with coupons, and holders of bonds
with coupons will have the right to convert into fully
registered bonds of authorized denominations without
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in respect of the amounl of any allotment paid for by (he
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in respect of applications on forms which have not been
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WATER ACT, 1!»14.
. I  Before The Board Of Investigation.
In the matter of Yule Lake and
I Yule River a tributary of Swanson
ilBay, Khutze River a tributary of
Khutze Bay, nnd all oilier streams
emptying Into Graham Reach ami its
] Inlets and Hays in Rang IV Coast
jDistrict.
TAKE NOTICE that each and
every person, partnership, company,
of municipality who, on the 12th day
of March,  11'i.iU, bad water rights on
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any of the above-mentioned streams.
lis directed to forward, on or before
!tlie luiii day of October, mii3, to the
j Comptroller Of Water Rights al the
Parliament Buildings at Victoria, a
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1>eg- .Mrs.   Walter Scrioigeour  left  last
evening for Vancouver on a  visit to
The Typographical Union meets in  ner 1)al-ents
the   Carpenter's   Hall   on   Thursday
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A i-oat of paint lias added mr.c!
to the appearance of the imperial
Oil tanks near the drydock.
The Daughters of t',e Em I Ire, Hill
Chapter No. 60, gave one of their
delightful dances last evening In the
Hallwayinen's Hall,
Mrs. Irwin returned to the city
after an extended visit in the southern part of the Province.
HELEN HOLMES IN
SERIAL AT MAJESTIC
"The  (Jii-I  And  The Game"   Will   Be
Continued Tonight  At
Theatre.
The   wind   storm   of   Monday  evening   did   considerable   damage   to
Davis'   floats.  The approach   to  the '-r|u, rjame
boat   houses   was   blown   down   and
some ol the piling was displaced,
Phe   official   couul   of   ballots   for
Act,  mil.    Printed forms  for such|tne Prince Rupert  Ele*oral District
statement  (Form N'o. 50 for irriga-|w11'  tal;e  Piece on Thursday
tion or Form N'o.  01  for other 1
LAND ACT.
(Form N'o. !'.)
FORM OF XOTICE.
poses) can be obtained from any of
the Water Recorders in the Province.
And take notice ihat a meeting of
the said Board will be held at the
offce of the Board, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, on Tuesday the 24th
day of October, miO, at 11 o'clock in
tlie forenoon, when the evidence and
argument on the said claims and on
any objections field will be heard.
Dated at Victoria, B. C, the 7th day
of September, 1H16. For the Board of
Investigation.
J. F. ARMSTRONG,
■1-w Chairman.
Skeena   Land    District,   District   of
Qneen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Oliver Brown,
of Victoria, 13. C, occupation machinist, intends to apply for permission
to prospect for coal and petroleum
o,. trie followin- described SHRDUl)
on the Wesl Coasl of Graham Island,
In  vicinity   of  Wi si   River
Commeni ing al a posl planted two
miles south of the southeasl corner
of c.l... 9,971, thence south SO
chains; thenci .rest 80 chains;
thence north ! 0 chains; thence east
80 cha i:     ■   -"in of commencement.
N'ame of applicant,
OLIVER   BROWN,
AUSTIN  BROWN, Agent.
Dati ,1 July  1!',  1916.
al 0-s,10
COAL ACT.
FORM OF NOTICE.
Skeena    Land    District    District    of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE XOTICE that Turner Rolli-
well Mullen, of Victoria, B. C, occupation merchant, intends to apply
for permission to prospect for coal
and petroleum on tbe West Coast of
Graham Island, in vicinity of West
River.
Commencing at a post planted at
the southwest corner of C.L. 9,908
tbence west SO chains; thence north
Si chains; thence east 80 chain:-;
thence south so chains to point of
commencement.
Name of applicant,
TURNER   ROTHWELL   MULLEN,
Per. AUSTIN BROWN, Agent,
Dati : Ju     I :<. I 9 l 6. a20-o20
OO IKK> a 0 O o O 0« OO OOrTWOCKKi-CKKHj
I  B. C. Undertakers §
p    beg to Inform their friends an.!  o
o   the public generally that  they o
5    have engagea t.he services of a
Flrsl Class I'ndeitakei', who is
a graduate of a Canadian and
American  College of  Emoalni-
:u<,    Sanitation,    Disinfection
and    Bacteriology,    and    who
holds      both      Canadian     and
American  Diplomas.
Lady Aslstant always in at-
tendance to «,'£«•« for ladies and °
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morning at 10 o'clock at the oflice of ,M. \
M. Stephens, the returning officer for
the districl.
By   special    request    the   Majestic
Theatre will    hold    a    matinee    on |
Thursday   afternoon   from   .'3    to   5, '
when     Fanny     Ward     will     again
appear  in  "For The  Defence,"  also j
"The Girl  And The Game" serial.
MIX ERA I. ACT.
children.
Oflice  and   Parlors   Xo.
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Certificate  of  Improvements.
XOTICE.
Independence; Low Puss; Totem;
.Monarch and Lone Wolf Fraction
.Mineral Claims, situate in the Skeena
Mining Division of Cassiar District.
Where located: On Falls Creek.
Granby Bay, B   C.
TAKE NOTICE that I. J. Fred Ritchie, Free Miner's Certilicate N'o. 3,-
'.. DC, acting as agent for tlie Granby
C nsolidated '.Mining, Smelting &
Powei Co , Ltd., Free .Miner's Certificate No. " 005C, intend, sixty days
from the date hereof, to apply to tin
Mining Recorder for a Certilicate ol
Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant cf the above
claim.
And further take notice that action, under section 85, must be commenced before the Issue of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 20th day of July, A. D.,
1916. J27-S27
J.   FRED   RITCHIE,   Agent.
RECIPROCITY.
(Continued  from Page One.!
Chapter   Four   of  "The   Girl   And
at   the  Majeslii- Theatre
tonight   shows   Helen's   Perilous   Escape.     Storm's   efforts   lo   save   the
burning  cars  meet  with  reward  and
jhe is made engineer of the limited.
Meanwhile Rhinelander in charge of
the Tidewater line is, pushing Sea-
jgrue, closely in the cut-off construction   race.  Then  comes  a  announcement    from    Rhinelander's   financial
backers.     They   will   withdraw  their
I money   unless   be   i-nn   relocate   the
■pass through the Superstition  Mountains, the pass Ihat is charted and on
the survey that Spike stole for Rea-
grue.  Rhinelander rushes to Ocean-
side where the C.  R.  &  T.  directors
are to  meel.  Seagrue  invites  Helen
to  his  camp  for dinner.     Seagrue's
wines  she  perslstenly  declines.     He
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„. ,'.   ' .   ,, .  ,.,",*' " attempts  to embrace  the  girl.    She
at  one   time  and   thinks   tins   musl
,      . .     .  , ,.   ,'        ,     ,. seizes a bottle and srikes him across
be the principle applied to the liquor
, ,      ,     . „, the forehead. Seagrue crumbles and
business,   whereby   it   is   possible   to
, ,. ,. ., falls  and   Helen   seizes  lhe   precious
have liquor in one part of the conn- j
. ,        ,   . ,, ,        paper and  flees into  the night.  Sea-
try  purchased  in  another  pari,  but i
 .   .,       ,       , ,. grue pursues her. Helen conies t0 a
not   that   bought   in   the   immediate i
cliff.  Seagrue  is close at   her heels.
districl.
PI'il.K [TV.
(Continued  from   ?age One.)
about  tlie air.
She stands poised a moment, she
Heaps down, down. Seagrue sees her
sink, then sees her rise and swim to
a launch. Helen in a moment lias the
engine    humming   on    its    way
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Charles P. Cushlng, of New York. |Oceanside. Seagrue flags the limited,
who is writing for The Travel Maga- Helen signals Storm in Ihe cab of
zinc and for The World's Work, alsofie limited engine. He willfully de-
arrived lasl evening, looking ' r lays his train and Helen and Seagrue
copy. Ile will go on to Alaska in.arrive at Oceanside al almost pre-
connection with his trip. He is de-|cisely the same time, Seagrue lias
lighted with the tour of the we3t, and | Helen arrested, charged with Ihe
is especially pleased with the iripltheft of the survey, In spite of her
through British Columbia. Mount I Protests, the precious document Is re-
Robson he regards as a marvel In jturned to Seagrue. Helen returns dis-
the way of scenic beauty. Tho trip consolate to the launch where she
along (lu   skeena also delighted him.   meets Storm,  who for his actions In
delaying  the  liinitoi!   has   been   dis-
WHSTHOLMH THEATRE, charged.   Then   Helen's  eyes  resl   on
(Continued from  Page One.)       ithe deck of the motorhoat.    There,
where she bad spread the wet  blue-
good, who fights as well as he talks |prin| t0 ,,,.„.   is ,, perfect impassion
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&   r\uN»e?« nil culls rtny and ufffht
I     Phone 99
p   stand:  Fronl Empress Theatre
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Capt. J. McGee
M.M.S..V.
Maulers  and   .Muter,  prepared
.   c.vitiiifnntioii,   Compass  al-
Plioue lied ."in;;
•XAl'TICAl     waih: ilV"
and who outwits Napoleon's arch enemy. Prinee Talleyrand, with the aid
of a clever woman, the Countess de
Rocquelaure,
The story is cast in the period just
before Napoleon's fall. "The Little
Corporal," knowing that Talleyrand
and all Paris is against him, commissions Gerard to secure certain papers
he had concealed some years previously in the Tuileries. Tbe Emperor's messenger finds Brigadier Gerard lighting a duel of honor with a
French ollicer who questioned the exceedingly "tall" stories Gerard had
been  telling  of his, exploits  againsl
I i!o- Austrians.
Gerard drops bis duel to engage in
';; battle of wits and forces with Tal-
leyrand  and   his spies.    The adven-
Hiiros he experiences make a tremendously thrilling photoplay. The Brigadier outwits, Talleyrand with the
aid of the Countess, who lias fallen
rin lov,. wiiii the swashbuckling soldier adventurer and Napoleon, chuckling at his, emissary's triumph, gives
his consent to the marriage of the
aristocratic noblewoman and the
"ranker."
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For Rent For Dances.
or other social iiffuirs
RAILWAY  MEN'S  MALI,
formerly Kiilcn Island Hull
Apply W. Mcl.KOD
Phone r.:i7.
notrorr o ooao-ooo-oooooo-oo
AfOR-N SIGN SHOP
Autos,    Carriage,   aud    Sign
Painting.
Work done to suit customers.
All ive want is your idea.
Dawson   Block—Third   Avenue
JOS. F. FILION
of that much sought for document.
Water and s.un have done their work.
Jerking a knife from bis pocket,
Rhinelander cuts the canvass from
the deck and all rush back to tbe
directors' meeting. The financiers
pledge their financial support and
Helen, Rhinelander and Storm speed
contentedly back to Signal Station.
STUART J. MARTIN,
PROVINCIAL   ASSAYED   AXD
ANALYTICAL
CHEMIST
HAZELTON,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
A. E. WRIGHT
rovincid)   and   Doinluion   Land   Sur-
"i-op-—Suiveying   und   Engineering,
.•tween  Second mid Third  Avenues
V. O. Bo.v  1(1.
!)R. J. S. BROWN, DENTIS
Urown  and  Bridge  Work  a
Specialty
'  rue:   Mnillb   KlocK.   Tblrri   Avenut
Phone 454.
MACHINERY!   MACHINERY!
BOILERS.   ENGINES,   SAWMILLS,   LOGGIXG   ENGINES,  MIXING
MACHINERY,   RAILWAY  AND   CONTRACTORS'   EQUIPMENT—
BOUGHT AND SOLI).
The Vancouver Machinery Depot, Ltd.
VANCOUVER
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Biakely Co., Jewellers,
and Watch Repairers
IIArllV sl'I.FK a watchmaker of long experience has been nut In
charge of that department—HatlMfur'.on guaranteed.
See our slock of nugget* from tlie North. Make your choice while
ili.y Inst and !u-«> them w.tvt.- no u (he city as stick-pin. brooch
or pendant,
Encourage Home Industry and keep Un   money in the city.
EVES TESTED SCIENTIFICALLY by an expert In that line of
work—Latest appliance for testing.
HIGH CLASS STOCK TO CHOOSE PROM
Corner Third Avenue and Sixth Street
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Capital  Priiil up
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ESTABLISHED  180(1
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$'200,000,000
Savings Hank I)»pnrtni?nt—$1 will open an account
Branches   Throughout   Canada nnd Banking Connections With All
Purls nf the Cnited States. Agents Throughout tho World.
F. IV. DOHERTY, Manager ■ Prince    Rupert    Brunch
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Dealing in Knock-Down Frames    X
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Pioneer  Funeral  Directors and
Knibulnieis,     Open    Day    and
Sight.      i .-lilies-     Assistant     In
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PHONE SB.    71(1 THIRD AVE
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Send for Five Roses
Cook Book—
COUPON
Write Name and Addre« plainly
Don't forget to endow Ten Coati
in sump*
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weeessful wen of Five Roies F]c-r throughtmt Canada.
Also Useful Notes on the various classes of good things
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re-checked by competenl outhority.
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