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VOL. VII.
PRINCE RUPERT, B. C„ THURSDAY, JANUARY 4.  11)17.
Price 0 Cents.
No. :'.s.
EMPTY AND INSINCERE PROFFER OF PEACE
German Peace Move Is Described As War "Manoeuvre
The School House Is Great Need Of Russian Empire
D. A. Rankin Says That
What Russia Needs Is
The Little Red School
D. A. Rankin, well known and
popular with all the old-timers of
Prince Rupert, through the fact that
he was one of the heat known contractors in building the G. T. P., is
spending a few days in the city. Since
he was last here he has visited Russia, putting in the most of his time
in Petrograd.
Mr. Rankin agrees that Russia is
a great country. It has vast possibilities and the close of the war should
see considerable awakening there,
but be says the great need of that
country is "the little red school
house." He recognizes, that the education of the mass of the people of
any country is the greatest boon that
can come lo a nation. That is what
is holding the Russian nation back
today, he says. Illiteracy Is the curse
of that nation.
Mr. Rankin has been in London
since the outbreak of the war also,
and he has nothing but praise for the
people of the Old Land. There is
room for the greatest admiration for
the Britisher, he contends. He has
done marvels in the war and Is continuing to do so.
It is difficult, he says, to foretell
what will happen when the war ends.
He is Inclined to believe that Canada
will see a large addition to her population. There promises also to be a
closer bond between the various nations Included in the Entente Alliance. How far this will continue to
exert an influence in the way of preferential tariffs is very hard to say,
but  the  feeling among  the  nations
that  have  fought  together  will   be
such as to encourage trade to a very
marked degree among them.
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HARD  FIGHTING
IS IX PROGRESS
IN'RUMANIA
Berlin, Jan. 3.—The Germans and
Austrians are still driving into Moldavia." They are now approaching
the bridgeheads at Fokshany and
Fundeni. The Russians and Rumanians, however, continue to retain
their positions between the Buzeu
and the Upper Danube Rivers.
carranza seems    Alaska shippinc    District Manager Of
NEAR HIS FALlJ   ODT TUNGSTEN ORE ,,     , • n
Machinery Company
Will Make Shells
VILLA IS GAINING STRENGTH IN   LARGEST SHIPMENT EVER SENT
THE SOUTHERN REPUBLIC
President Wilson Is Concerned Over
The Mexican Situation.
Washington, D. C, Jan. 3.—Increasing evidence that General Car-
ranza's Government is being menaced
by bands of iusurgents, coupled with
the prospect that the first chief will
not accept the Atlantic City protocol,
has brought the Mexican situation to
a stage that is causing growing concern.
Officials admit that the conditions
are embarrassing. Some high officers
are urging that Pershing's men be
(Continued on Page Four.)
OUT HAS GONE TO
TACOMA
Pngec Sound City Has Expert Coming To Engage In
Treating It.
S. A. Williams of Vancouver, District Manager of the Canadian In-
gersoll-Rand Company is here on one
of his regular visits. This will prob-
The biggest shipment of tungsten ably be the last trip he will make
ore, amou"ting to 250 tons, that has for some time for he is going back
ever been shipped out of Alaska, was to Sherbrook. Oue., to do his part in
purchased last week by the Bilrowe'the war in superintending the making
Alloys Company of Tacoma, and is ' of munitions. The company was one
now being delivered to its plant. j of the first to undertake this work
This company has also entered into j in Canada and has been turning out
an arrangement wit , W. K. Booth of j large quantities ever since.
Chicago, one of the most expert elec- i The call is constantly made tc
tro-metallurglsts in America, to as- j speed up on the work, and those in
sociate with it. in the building up of. charge, as well as the workers, havii
its, alloys smelter. Mr. Booth is now ' broken down from time to lime in
(Continued on Page Four.) I this task. That is the reason Mr. Wil-
ALLIES DESCRIBE PEACE OFFER OF
CENTRAL POWERS AS EMPTY AND  -
INSINCERE AND DEMAND REPARATION
GANONGS' OVERSEAS
CHOCOLATES
81.00 the Box, Wrapped, ready lor
mailing, address label attached. Just
the thing to send to tlie Boys at the
Front.
ORME'S LIMITED
London, Jan. 3—The reply.of the i would  assure  to  their country  "le-
Entente Allies to the proffer of Ger-1 gitlmate reparation, guarantees and
many and her allies fcr a peace con-'safeguards  for  the  future."
ference "refuses to  consider a proposal which is empty and insincere."
The note does not specifically outline the definite war aims of any of
the Entente Governments except Belgium. Before the war, It is pointed
out, Belgium asked for nothing but
to live in harmony with her neighborhoods. Assailed in spite of the
treaties guaranteeing her inviolability; Belgium, the note says, has taken
I up arms to defend her independence
and "her neutrality violated by Germany." , -
Belgium's aim, which is declared
to be the only aim of her King and
Government, is described as "the re-
establishment of peace and justice."
But they only desire peace, which
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Laundryman.
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Plasterer.
We Stand or Fall Together;
Endorsed by the'Trades and
Labor Council.
Westholme
Opera House
TONIGHT ONLY
FLORA  PARKER DE  HAVEN'
—IN—
"THE SEEKERS"
This  is  the  Film  Star  who
scored such a meat success in
"The  Wrong   Door,"  screened
here recently.
Drama  in  Five Acta.
ELEVENTH   EPISODE   OF
"PEG O' THE RING"
"THE  STAMPEDE"
Featuring   Grace   Cunard   and
Francis Ford.
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The note, which is the joint act
of Belgium, France, Great Britain,
Italy,,. Japan, Montenegro, Portugal,
Rumania, Russia and Serbia, declares
that the present strife was desired,
provoked and declared by Germany
and Austria-Hungary and, that Germany made no effort to bring about
a pacific solution of trouble between
Serbia and Austria-Hungary, as did
Great Britain, France and Russia.
The Note Itself,
Tbe text of the note follows:
"The Allied Governments of Belgium, France, Great Britain, Italy,
Japan, Montenegro, Portugal, Rumania, Russia and Serbia, united for
the defense of the liberty of their
peoples and faithful to engagements
taken not to lay down their arms
separately, have resolved to reply collectively to the pretended propositions of peace which were addressed
to them on behalf of the enemy Governments through the intermediary
of the United States, Spain, Switzer.
land and Holland. Before making
any reply the Allied powers desire
: artieularly   to   protest   against   the ,
rwo essential assertions of the enemy .
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lowers   noli;  that   protend   to  throw I
ii'.on the Allies responsibility tor the '
i
war nnd  proclaim Ihe victory of the
Central Powers,.
"The Allied Governments cannot
admit an affirmation doubly inexact,
and which suffices to render sterile
all tentative negotiations. The Allied
nations have sustained for 30 months
a war they did everything to avoid.
They have shown by their acts their
attachment to peace. That attachment is as strong today as it was in
1914. But it is not upon the word
or Garmany, after the violation or
its engagements, that the peace
broken by her may be based.
Blaine For Reginning War.
"A mere suggestion, without a
statement of terms, that, negotiation.'
should be opened Is not an offer of
peace. The putting forward by the
Imperial Government of a sham pro-
cision, woifld appear to be less an
offer of peace than a war manoeuver.
It is founded on calculated misinterpretation of the character of the
struggle in the past, the present and
the future.
"As f^r the past, the German note
takes no account of the facts, dates
and figures which establish that the
ed'all attempts made by the Entente
to bring about a pacific solution of
a purely local conflict. Great Britain
suggested a conference and France
proposed an international commission; the Empe.'or of Russia asked
the German Emperor to go to arbitration and Russia and Austria-Hun-
war was desired, provoked and de- gary came to an  understanding on
clared by Germany and Austria-Hun-   the eve of the conflict.    But to all
Hams has been asked to go back and
take charge of one branch of the
work.
The demand for mining machinery,
of which the company are very large
manufacturers, is increasing all ibe
time, Mr. Williams says. He is visiting Anyox on this trip. He believes
that, with the close of the war, Canadian manufacturers will find themselves as never before. There will be
a large increase in the manufacturing on this side of the line where it,
is at present done in the t'nited
Sates.
UNIVERSITY WILL
BE USED AS
SOLDIERS' HOSPITAL
Halifax, Jan.   3.—Dalhousie   University   has   offered   its   old   college
I building as a  convalescent   hospital.
The commission immediately accepted the offer.
TIMBFR  WANTED!
'■Van: to exchange two improved
half-sections in Central Alberta for
timber.     Apply   "W",   care   of   The
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Journal.
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gary.
"At The Hague conference It was
a German delegate who refused all
proposals for disarmament,  in  July,
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1914, it was Austria-Hungary who,
after having addressed to Serbia an
unprecedented ultimatum, declared
war upon her in spite of the satisfaction which had been accorded at
once.
"The Central Empires then reject-
these efforts Germany  gave  neither
answer nor effect.
(Continued on Page Three.)
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saving prices—Wallace's. 3t.
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When Buying Coal ge<: the best. It
costs   the   same.
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CAFE
Now doing business
OPEN  DAY  AN»  NIfiHT
First Class Service
Everything   New   and   Cp-To-
Date.
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New   Wellington I f   Third   Ave.
Prince  Rupert,   jf
A NEW YEAR'S MESSAGE FROM
HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR GENERAL.
Canada is heart and soul with the Mother Country and
the Allies in their fight for Liberty and Justice.
Every Canadian man and woman can assist by placing
his or her services at the disposal of the State.
Government House
Ottawa, 20th December,
1916.
2>
U^cn^ A^i'y.
National Service Week, 1st to 7th Jj
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II THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1917.
PRINCE RVPERT JOURNAL
$t\nct Burjcr* journal
Telephone  188.
O. H. NELSON, Editor
Telephone Lis.
Office: 128 Third Aveuu East,
mar McBride Street. Telphone 188;
PoBtofnce ilox ir,4.">.
I'AII.V   EDITION.
Pubiishe ■ ■       no 'ning   i xi
Monday     Deli   ered by i arrier In the
city ai  the folii wing  r  te, If ; a   I
advance
One Year  $6.00
six Month        $2.50
Tl n ,    Moi 'hs       $1.26
If nol pa  ! in advance,
per  Montli   . . $0.50
Advertising  K iir-
DENMARK   IS
FEELING EFFECTS
OF Till
WAR
Co] enhagen, Jan. 3.—[Denmark
like manj othi i i eutral co intries, is
beginning  to  feel   the  pinch  of  the
F "■''■    ffs and fuel are becom
In
tin   Govei anient  lias
iteps ?o consi r e
lies.
i     '
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'
ial bread of the
i ii ci inbei   l. been
pi   ei hi.  of  tin' ley
I.ANI) REGISTRY ACT
'pon  Application.
c 138.
I
i:    rs) \ v. .iaxparv i, inn
an ■'  thai   Ihe  pe   enl
|se I to 20 per cent.
ndi r       -   to re   date
ranaiim ■ i   irii •   ul  home
igai   h    ■  ■   issue i     ca rds,
     heln     allowed    one
pound   i week
1      ,      id flats an    i nrci
to  th,    ci     " ,'ii
i >-. i r-.   hv   ' 111
ma    rials.   For  some   lime   past   tbe
munii Ipalitii s   I a •■  been   compelled
"THE  I I'l I II    ItFil SCHOOL."
The  refen iteri lew by
Mr.  Rankin    o the Bd anta
";        read of < ducal on   imong  the   ,
to  find  shelter   for   many  houseless
greal mas es of i1 .    „-,, le gives rise   <■„   •,• ,,,.,,.
families  in  school  buildings  and  in
lo a feeline '' ::'  loo often ii6-- a npn-
•'■  •'   ■'"-   temporary structures.
le  ive  forget  the  Immense advant-  0	
ages   thai   "the   little   red   school"
which adorns the landscape all over WJ
the   Canadian   provinces   just   as,   it '
does over the United states territory
has had an immense influence in the
making  of  the  nntinn    cnmn„i.„.„ '     Xew  Y°rk, Jan.  3.—Marine com
(Section :i(i and  134.)
Re Application No. (»!>.."»«» i.
TAKE NOTICE that application
has been made to register HAROLD
C. EDMUNDS of Prince Rupert, British Columbia, as owner in fee under
; Tax Sale Deed from The Colic, tor
oi thi City of Prince Unpen, beai ing
date the 30th day of September,
1916, of ALL AND SINGULAR thai
certain parcel or trad of land and
premises situate, lying, and being In
the Municipality ol Prince Rupert,
lAssessmenl District), more particularly known and described as Lots
-':'-. (6), Thii't.v-Om (31) and Tliir-
y-Two   (32),   Block   Forty-six   (46)
ncreused  price of  and  '•'"  EIeven   "'''■   Block  F°'
owing
Gil hi  (48), all In &   tion Big   |
Mac 923.
ITE STAR  LINER
GEORGIC  BELIEVED
LOST AT SEA
the  nation.   Compulsory
education   has
put  within  the reach
, panics have increased  the insurance
, on cargoes since the White Star ]in-
of every boy in the country the op
portunity to become a thorough |er Geor«ic i? believed to be lost. She
scholar. After all, a boy thai has
been given the ability to read and
1ms advanced far enough in the various linos taught in school to acquire
right habits, of thinking and reason
Ing need never complain that he is
not educated. Me has the fundamentals laid for acquiring the most liberal education If he will but apply
himself. We have often wondered if
|was due at Liverpool from Philadelphia on December II). She never ar-
j rived, nor has she been heard from.
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BRITISH REPULSED
GERMAN    PATROL
WITH  DECIDED SUCCESS
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London. Jan. 8.—A  hostile patrol
! reached  the British  trenches east of
there is not to much ado made about  Ve™e,Ies. hl"  th'e  r"'i,is"  repulsed
ibjects   are   taught   in   the
what
schoo  !.   Wo   are   inclined   to   think !
that the teaching of any subject hns '
its own training for further development. No one leaves the schools complete  masters.   Their  education   has i
hut   commenced.   All   the  remainder
of their  days  they  should  continue '
to be scholars. But whal a handica
the attack with a loss to the enemv
of half their number.
FRENCH MINISTER
PREFERS YOUNG
MEN FOR OFFICERS
Paris,   Jan.
-.Minister   of   War I
is thai under which people like the
Russian peasant!, are forced to pass
through life. Doomed to illiteracy
for all time.
jLyautey is vigorously following the j
policy of introducing younger officers |
to positions of higher commands.
THE ALLIES' NOTE.
The reply sent by the Allies to
Germany will, one would think, be
read with a good deal of interest by
President Wilson. While the joint
note does not pretend to be a reply
to ihe President's kind offer of mediation, but is confined to dealing with
the German note only, there are expressions in the Allies reply that may
cause Mr. Wilson to wonder If he did
noi make some rather serious blun- '
dei's in the proffered aid lie offered.
The present reply makes it perfectly
clear thai the Allies regard their
position in the war as altogether different to thai or the German bully.
President Wilson will have there an
absolute reply to his doubts as to
there being any difference.
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WATER NOTICE.
EARL CiytZON  IS
NOT  \ KIM   HOPEKIL
in   pi \i i:
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Club, Karl Cur/i       ■     ■ c
Win  '     i    I,   ays:
'    (lien
and
ye!
In    i
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i I yeai
i i\ ai
wo   ill pray ii  ma    h
i dble,   however,  to  saj   ai
l!  i      he end  is  in sight.
us ul" exhau rtion ai e visible
In many quarters, peace l( iti arc
flown, but meanwhile the struggle
cms on and neither side lias obtained that decisive preponderance which
points in conclusive results, It seems
likely that well Into another year,
perhaps longer, musl we continue
this dreadful tragedy that is fuming
the world into hell nnd wrecking
the brightest promise of nations. Onr
spirit cannot falter, since an inconclusive war or a patched-up peace
means for us not only humiliation
hut destruction.
Take notice that G. R. Naden Com.
pany    Limited,    whose    address    is
°i'inre    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-
'en-'on  inlet.    The storage dam will
I be located  at the natural  outlet  of
Lake Katherine. The capacity of the
ireservolr to be created is about 1.2S0
j acres    nnd   ii   will   Pood   about   2"0
seres of land. The watei  will be alerted  from  the  stream  nt a  point
aboi '    tl   thi    itoragi   di m  nnd  will
be used owt r purposes 'icon thi
nd   '■•:• ' Ibed Rt  below   This notice
■■   m the groin i on the 4th
day  of  October    1910
th!   notice    nd Ion
nut tl reto am o the "Watt • '•
IfH I" will be filed In thi ": i nf tin
■di • al Prince Rupert,
British Co! I its Objoetlo, to the
i may be filed with the said
Water Rec let or with ' he Comp-
trofie" of An er Rights, Parliament
Buildings, Victoria, British Columbia, within thirty i!a\s aftsr tlie first
rppearance of this notice in a local
newspaper. The territory within
vhich the powers In respect of the
undertaking are to he exercised is
Prince Rupert, British Columb'ia, and
vicinity and along the transmission
line between the Power Station and
I'rince Rupert, British Columbia. The
date of the first publication of this
notice is November 17th 1910.
fi.   R.  NADEN   COMPANY  LIMITED
d-20-16 Applicant.
by J. H. PILLSBURY, Agent.
Von   are  required   to   contest   the
claim   of  the   tax   purchaser   within
thirty-five (lays: from  he date of the
service of (his notice (which may bo
effected by Personal Service or otherwise),  and  your  attention   is  called
to Section 30 of th" "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
in  the  land  by virtue  of any  unregistered instrument, and all persons claiming any interest in  ihe
land by descent whose title is not
registered under the provisions of
■ is Act, shall he for ever estopped
and debarred from setting up any
claim 1(, or in respect of the land
so sold for taxes, and the Registrar shall  register the person entitled under such lax sale as owner of the land so sold  for taxes."
AND   WHEREAS   application   has
been   made  for   a   Certificate   of  Indefeasible Title to tlie abovemention-
ed lands,  in the name of HAROLD
C. EDMUNDS:
AND WHEREAS on Investigating
the title it appears (hat prior to the
Fourteenth day of Sepemher, 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 In-
defeasible Title to the said lands in
the name of HAROLD C. EDMUNDS
unless you take and prosecut* the
proper proceedings to establish your
claim, if any, to the said lands, or
to prevent such proposed action on
my part.
Dated al  the Land Registry Office.
Prince   Rupert,   B.   O,   this   Sec rail
day of November, A. 1).  1 m«.
II. F.  MacLEOD,
Dislriel  Ri gistn r of Titles.
T . CHARLES PLANITZ,
d-8        Ilox 731, Edmonton,   Uberta.
MINERAL   \( I.
(Form !■'.)
Certificate  Of   Improvements,
NOTICE.
TIGER and I ADY ISA VC PR \r
M Ini ral Claim i, situ ite In I be SI i ma
Mining  Division  of Casslar  Districl
Win r located: (in Granby Bay
B. C.
TAKE NOTICE thai I, .1. Fred
Ritchie, Free .Miner's Certificate No.
3.229C, acting as agent for the Gran
by Consolidated Mining, Smelting S-
Power Co. Ltd., Free Miner's Certificate No. 6.005C, 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   action, under Sec'ion 8,6, must be commenced before the issue of such Cer-
ificate of Improvements.
Dated  this  Sth   day of  December.
-\    D.  1910. d-12
J.   FRED   RITCHIE.   Agent.
LAND REGISTRY A( T.
(Section :$<» and 1:5-1.)
te Application No. 0,085. Filing 5,807
take   notice   that   application
as been made to register Melvin M.
tephens  and   Maxwell   C.   Wade,   of
Prince Rupert, B. ('.. as owner in fee
under two Tax Sain  Deeds from The
Collector  of  ihe  City  of  Prince  Ru-
l ert,  bearing date  the  23rd  day  ol
October,  I 9 ! 6, of ALL AND SINGULAR  that certain parcel or tract of
land and premises situate, lying, and
being  in  the Municipality of  Prince
Rupert,   (Assessment  Dislriel i   more
particularly known and described as
Lois Seven  I 7) and  Eight  (8), P.locl
Forty-six, (46), Section Eight (8), In
the City of Prince Rupert, Map 923.
You   are   required   to   contest   thi
claim   of  the  tax  purchaser  within
thirty-five days from the dale of tl e
service of this notice (which ma;,  ue
effected by Publication), and your al
Ion tion is called to Section 30 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 own ;r
or 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 in 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 in respect of the land so sold
for taxes, and the Register shall
register the person entitled under
such tax sflle as owner of the land
so sold for taxes."
AND   WHEREAS   application   hai
een  made  for  a  Cerlificte  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 lo the
14th  day  of  September,   1915,   (the
ate on  which  the said  lands  were
old for overdue taxes), you were the
egistered 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 Ihe
name of Melvin M. Stephens and
Maxwell C. Wade unless you take
and prosecute the proper proceedings
to establish your claim, if any, to th*
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.
The Forestry Battalion
the 230th
Organizing now under Capt.
Shuttleworth wants practical
men
Services will be auxiliary to
the fighting forces n all kinds
of rough woodwork.
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MINERAL ACT,
(Form F.)
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
, oil.;, Friictidii Mineral claim,
situate in tiie Skeena Mining Division
i,i Casslar District. Whore located;
'-.ljoining Hidden Creek. Qranbj
Pay,  R.  (,.
TAKE NOTICE thai i, J. Fred Ritchie, Free Miner's Certificate N'o. '■'•.■
-?9C, 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 w i«
Mining Recorder for a Certificate Of
Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above
claim.
And further *ake 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.
For particulars apply to
SERCT. 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   8t.
\V. H. WRIGHT, Prop.
Prince
Rupert
British
Columbia
HOTEL CENTRAL
First Ave.  and  Seventh  St.
European  and  American  Plans
$1.00 to $3.4,0 Per Day
Peter Brack, Pro-).
EMPRESS HOTEL
J. V. Rochester v. I). Caalcj
Thrld Ave. Ifctween Sixth and
Sevcith Sts.
ROYAL HOTEL
Corley  A   Burgess,   Props.
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PRINCE RL'PERT JOURNAL
THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1917.
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Capital Paid ap 911,500,000
Reserve  Fund       $13,230,000
rotal Assela $200,000,000
tatlugg Bit .'.  Ii .juj;-'i:ij;.t-—.in ui.i open . r. i.ceouui
Rrnarnes   Throughout    ' !.-.   and Raiiklur, Coniic-tions Willi   III
Parts it Ihe I'nil       .tnttm  Audit*  Tlir ncliout th" World.
F. W. l>o:il RTV. Uln'micer Prince    Rupen     Brunch
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I11NERV,   RAILWAY   AND   CONTRACTORS'
HOl'UHT AMI SOLD.
wINI.'S,   MIXING
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ALLIES DESCRIBE.
(Continued   from  Pape One.)
"Belgium was in\ailed by an Empire which had guaranteed her neutrality, and,which had the assurance
to proclaim that treaties »'( ri raj
of paper,' and that 'necessitj knows
no law.'
Penalties And fitiarantees Demanded.
"Al    the   presenl    mom  n
sham offi rs on thi
i,   t on the ivi r ma? of Em
■ h |ch renres n     qi tl Inp more than
n   superficial   and   nai line ■   of
the    sil   ition    and    nol  1
ren rt1 of th I elllgerents, \ eace
concluded upon these el > - Id
onlv be to the advantage of the aggressor    " 'in   iifter   :' ih      '' i'
4|lbey would reach their eoal In two
piontbc. discovered after two years
thai they ci nld  i ■   er ail iin P,
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proposal which  ia empty and insincere.
"Onee asain the Allies declare :ha:
no peaee is possible so long as they
have not secured reparation for violated rights and liberties, thi   recog
niiien of ihe principle of nationality
and  of the  free  existence  of  smo
states;    bo  long   as   th< ■   havi
brought about a settlement cal
ed   "i  end   once  and  fo
which  have cons.lil       In     ■ tal
menace to the nations and
Ihe only i ffi   tive ■   ■
[ul ure -'■   ii ' ''  of   he world.
S-    -,-iil    -II..Ill-   Of    l',..l|  illlll,
■"•   , oni Ii ■ Ion Vllled P
think II neci ward thi
,■• idei al loni : : :'
be ecial situation of Belel
in ii and a-half yi ars of war. In i Ii -
iue of the International ireatli Ign
ed by live i.'ic ,i powers, of whom
German) n as ont. Belg iu m enjo; e l
before the ■ nr   i spi cial status, ren-
I Will I II
Ji:«w«Li»Tiwmiyr,«Marir inrrr—tan
Winter Schedule
Effective January First
SOUC
VICTORIA
and 21.
Pacrtic Cartage Limited
General    r<'.'Mi,,iu:
Furniture  MovJuk a specialty.
SYNOPSIS  OP  COAL
REGULATIONa
dering  her  ti i ritor:   ini lolable  and
cans ,1 by bhe Oermar ,   riararlon of   ,,lac)ng  , .;,.   , ,„,„,. .,„. gliarantee „: ^
• 3lthe powers, outside all European con
(lifts.
S.S.   PRINCE (.
rHURSD ■ V   \T 12 MIDNIGHT    FOR \'C( ':
AND   '-F. VTTLE
WEDNESDAY   MIDNIGHT  FOR  ANYOX
S.S.   PRIX! I   "follV
I'"i   Ketchikan,  Wrangell, Juneau and Skagivaj'.
. I I    ,      ,      .in I .'I  i;  Man
For Qui en  Charlotte  Islands.
i  ■,   B\ bruai ■   14th   ind 28th;   Harch   l <
passim i ,, rRAIN si:ii\ hi:
:,   dnesda]  and Sal   rda;   a    11:30   a.   in.   foi    Smithers,   Prince
Gei      .  Edmonton, Saska oi Us kin    i   ant cl lone
ilicr,   for all  points   Ea I   an
in "   ii     Tuesdaj   at  4:0C
For information and reservations upjilj  lo
I   CITl      TICKE1   OFFICE, 530   IHHU) A\ KXIE, PHONE 200
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rommilted by Germanv and her allie.
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MINING reain8(   ""'"   belHgerentS   "'"'   "f"'-       "She   was    h  «  ver,   in   s; i.o   of.,
 lhalR'  aemanf1   l»en"I««.   reparation | th€8e treat,eS| lnc flrst t0 suftvl, th|   |
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Wl.en   you   huv  COAL  lluy   the  ffti'l
- Ladysmltb   Lump  or  Comot
VasliHd   Nut
Pbon»  Blue  18S Res.   Phen» »HJ
UP-TO-DATE
Coal
niiniim  right  of  the  Domin-
,and guarantees. Germany avoids men-
I tion of any nf these. In reality ihese
LINDSArS CARTAGE&ST0RAG1
126   FOURTH   STREET
JINGLE POT COAL
'p  handled  hv  na    v n (ir'lrrp n.>f.,'i»■>
tirnnipr flrt*»nun*i    Ptmnr     '"   f"'<
SAVE MONEY
Use New Wellington
COAL
PHONE 1»<>
For Rent For Dances.
or other social  affairs
RAILWAY MEN'S HALL
formerly Kolen Island Hall
Apply IV. McLEOT)
Phone 537.
lot in Manitoba. Saskatchewan   and  overtures made by the Pentral Pow-
Alberta, the Yukon Teritory, the
Nothwest Teritorief, nnd 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 aci'B. Not more than 2,560
acres will be leased to one applicant.
Aplications for a lease, 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
in unsurveyed territory the tract applied for shall be staked on! by the
applicant.
Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $5, which wll he
refunded II the rights applied for are
not available but not otherwise.
cbantable outpul  of the min? at the,
rate of five cents per ton
:i s .-'.-.ii    of   Germany.   For   this
reason the Belgian Government
i.liinks it necessary to define the aims
iwhieh   Belgium  has never ceased   lo
pursue   while  fighting  side  by  side
wilh   the  Entente  Powers  for  right
ers are nothing more than a calculated attempt to influence the future I
course of war and to end it by imposing a German peace. The object |a]lil i,,.,;,,
of these overtures is to create dissen- j .'Belgium always has scrupulously
slon in public opinion in the Allied j rulmied tne (lmies whi,h hcr neu.
'countries. Hut that public opinion I lr;llitv lmposed „„„„ ,her. Sl,e has
has, in spite of all the sacrifices en- taken „,, aTnls t0 oef(,nd her ln(le.
(lured  by tbe  Allies,  already  given | penaence and her neutrality violated
lis  answer  with   admirable   firmness
by  Germany  and   to  show   that   she
and has denounced  the empty pre-iremalnB faithful to her international
tense of the declaration of the enemy   obligations.
powers
"On  the  fourth   of  Aiiaust    1914,
Attempt To Inflnence Nenrrnl Opinion  in thp Re,castag) the Gernian CUan.
A      "They Have the furtner object ot|MUop aamitted that rhis aggression
royalty  sham te paid   on   the  »er-1 .tlBwtag public opinio,, in German,
land in the countries aflied  to her—
'one  and  all  severely   tried   by   their
I losses,  worn  on,   by  economic  pressure and crusher"! by the supreme ef-
Canadian Pacific Railway
Lowest Rates to ail Eastern Points via steamer to Vancouver and Co
radian Pacific Railway. Meals and  liertli  included on steamer.
PRINCESS MAQlJ1NNA
For Granby Hay, Friday 11  p. m.
PRINCESS SOPHIA
Southbound,   Saturday (> p. m.
PRINCESS MAQUINNA
Southbound, Sunday (> p.m.
The person operating the mine
shall furnish the Agent with worn
returns accounting for ihe full
quantity of merchantable coal mined
and pay the royalty there n. If the ! fori which has Been imposed upon
coal mining rights re no! being op- tneIr inhabitants
eraled. s.uch returns should be furnished at least once a year. "They endeavor  lo   drive  and   in-
The lease wil' include the coal |"™m,date v"h]u' "i'"'in" '» "eturai
mining rights only: but the lesseei'!countries, whose inhabitants have
I may be. permitted to purchase what-   ,„   .   _,•_.„
:« ...-11nl.1n   »..«««««   ,.:„1.. .  —.....   K-.     '"'■-.      since
made up    (In
minds
lever available surface rights may b,>
considered   necessary   for   the   work, where the inilial  responsibilities  lie
'ing of the'mine at the rate  <if   Sin
O-CKtn-iKHHiacaKi-ooou  lkioo i
| WALKER'S MUSIC STORE
X   Corner Second Ave nnd -ith St..
D    t'i.in""   .Kid   litlier   musical   In-
0 -Irun,nits for sale.
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Pianos to  Rem.
A    large   asHortmeut    of   sheet   o
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music. Classic songs nnd music,   a
and   all   the   popular  selections   5
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and are far too enlightened to favor
per acre.
_,,,,.. . ,       .        the designs of Germanv by aliandon-
For   full   intormation    application
should be made to the Secl%tliry   of   ir|S ,he defense of human freedom,
the Department of  the  Interior.  Ot-.      "pin:lily.   these  overtures  attempt   „ ,
tawa, or to any Agent, or Suh-Ageni ■'
of Dominion Lands.
\V. W. CORY.
Deputy  Minister of thy Inte.-ior.
A. E. WRIGHT
rVovinclal and DoinliUon l<aud Sur-
veyor—Surveying and Engtaeerinft.
(e«\vi—ti  Second  and Third Avenues
P. 0. Box 10.
to justify in advance a new series of
; crimes  in   the  eyes  of  the   world'— j
■submarine     warfare.     deportations. !
\ forced labor and forced enlistment of
; the   inhabitants   against    their   own
, countries and violation of neutrality. |
h    "Fully conscious of the gravity of
this  moment,  but -equally  conscious j
of its requirements,   the  Allied  Governments,  closely  united   fo  one  another, and in perfect sympathy with
their  peoples,   refuse   to   consider  a
constituted an injustice contrary to
the law of nations nnd pledged himself in the name of Germany to repair it. During two and a-half years
this injustice lias been coolly aggravated by the proceedings, of the occupying forces, which have exhausted
the resources of Hie country, ruined
its industries, devastated its towns
and cil'aires nnd have been responsible for innumerable massacres, executions and imprisonments.
"At this very moment, while Germany  is  proclaiming peace and  humanity to the world she is deporting
trian citizens by thousands and re-
ducing them to slavery.
"Belgium, before the war asked
for notbinc but fo live in harmony
with her neighbors. Her King and
her Government have been one aim
—the re-establishment of peace and
justice. But they only desire pence
which would assure to their country
legitimate reparation, guarantees
and safeguards for the future."
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INDIANS BROUGHT
RICH   FI l!S PROM
THE HAP.IXF.S
I. I. PETERS, General Agent, coiner Third Ave. and Fourth St.
imuai&aaisian
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I    RUPERT MARINE IRONWORKS AND
SUPPLY CO., LIMITED
WATERFRONT,   PRINCE   RUPERT
ENGINEERS      MACHINISTS   AND  MACHINERY  CONTRACTOas
Specialists in  Mu«me  Power  Plant-   Oil, Steam, or Gnooline.
II. i . tuns.'. Agentsc for the British lirop bout Semi-Diesel Oil Ku-
gint—the most tellable mi economical, ami the cheapest
power for tlslilnn  boats, tiiiis ar ' pussenger vessels.
Comcany's Kngincs nnd Purts i:t stock.
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Kteel, Iron. Oils, Wire Hope, Baluta  lleltin    II.  ('.      Wood   Pulley*
Columbian Bronze Propellers, Storage Batteries, Dynamos m>.
Murine Accessories.
airs—First-class equipment   and stall for machine and "hip r»
pairs.
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WALES BETWCCN THE; AGS
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NATIONAL;    ,       ^SERVICE
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14. Of your heating?
i^. Of your aight?
17. What arc you worklna at (or a '■
id. Whom do you work ior?  . 	
19. H,ivo you a trado nr prorcs3lon? .
21. Am you working now ?	
    20. If bo, whs
22. tf not. why? 	
rucjssary work at the oimb : ay durlnfl iho war?..,
23. VVould ycu be willirtfj to chanoo your present worl
24 AreyouwiJlin/j.it your railway faro \s paid, to leavo wiioro you now live,and flo to wmo otharplaoein C-.nadato do such work?
The Indians from Hagwllget
brought h greai bunch of ftira down
from - he Babine i onntry with them I
I last week. Many thousands of dollars' worth were sold In Xew tlazel-
ton, Baj h 'I'll" Ominecfi  l-Iei aid,
in less than an hour over $2, I
worn  paid  out   to  one  bin i! I   :rou]>.
The pun liase Inc'uded  s<>\ eral  very
! handsomi   bh   I   fox Pklns. Tin  bl -
fox seems to find n eonsenln] bi
lai R In tl  ■ Huhint b and ; , i
thi   Bull lej   Valley, and  i ho I   i    or
; who did not gel at least oni   or tw o
n   was out    I : .■ k. One young Indian  was  successful  in  getting four)
and he received $750 for them.'
The long furred skins are the big
money getters this visa- and ev< it
coyotes are quickly picked up.
Chrfsl Ian Science Society services
:iv held every Sunday at 11 a. m.
Sunday School at 12 noon, Wednesday evening meeting at 8 o'clock,
llnys Building, 245 Second Avenue.
Tl e Morning Journal
50c. per month
PEABODYS'
HIGH-GRADE.GUARANTEED OVERALLS ARE NOT ONLY GOOD TO
TrN CENT5 A BUTTON AND ?5 CENT^ A Die     BUT  T"r  MEftCMflN
THAT YOU BOUGHT THEM FROM Will PE?lftfE 1HEM |F 1h| .       ' . '
ENTIRE   SAT IS FACT ION. WITHIN THIRTY DAYS FROM DATE 01
PUTTHEMTOTHf TEST SHOWN HERE
they WILL STAND ^because they are MADE TO WEAR
NOBODY BUYS OVERALLS TO PLAY TRICKS WITH
THEM  SUCi-l AS IS SHOWN IN THE PICTURE ABOVE
IN WHICH FOUR MEM EXERTED ALL THEIR STRENGTH
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
^V^GUARANTEED  OVERALLS,
i THURSDAY, ,IA>
AR',
1917.
prince m"rr.y
mnaftrt'Mi  > 11 mt.f *uo*ma*yrtvi.;;.-:iv. -..
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one.    Have one ready.
We have them at all Prices
From $1.50 up
The Pioneer Druggist,
Ormes' Limited
Corner Third Ave. and Sixth Street
Phones 82 and 200
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REMEMBERED ON
PERSONALS
C. H. Ornie lias received word that
liis youngest brother is . now in
France. He has three brothers, two
sisters and two brothers-in-law ail
doing-.here part at ;lie front.
H. Hooper, an expe-n machinist
and auto man, arrived yesterday to
join the Fire Department. He has
been highly recommended by the
Fire Chief of Vancouver.
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LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
DR. J. S. BROWN, DENTIST
Crown and Bridge Work s
Specialty
QtUe:   Smith   Block,   Third   AventM
\ Phone 45*.
B. C. Undertakers |
beg to inform their friends and 5
the public generally that they
have engageo the services of a
First Class Undertaker, who is
a graduate of a Canadian and
American College of Emualm-
in^,    Sanitation,    Disinfection
and    Bacteriology,    and    who
holds     both      Canadian     and
American  Diplomas. g
Lady Asistant. always in  at- g
tendance to cm« for ladies and S
children. g
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Office nnd  Parlors  No.  11,, 5
nd Street nnd 2nd Ave. B
Phone II. Open Day and Night J-
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STUART J. MARTIN,
PROVINCIAL    ASSAYER   AND
ANALYTICAL
CHEMIST
HAZELTON,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
Engines   Installed   and   General
Repairs.
Oxy-Acetyiene  Plant   in   Connection
Phone Red  166 Third Avenue
Like putting money in the bank—
buying shoes at Wallace's Sale.     3t.
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Miss Grace Shockley entertained a
nun ber of young friends last evening.
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■•reek) Wallace's. 3t.
m      m      t
The tank steamer Imperoco has arrived here and is discharging oil at
the wharf of the Imperial Oil Company.
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Paddy Sullivan, well known here,
is leaving for Anyox where he will
take up a place. He is a returned
soldier,
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The employees of. the Roads Department in the district, in common
with those elsewhere in the Province,
have been relieved of their duties.
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Goods of all kinds rapidly raising
in price., our prices going down
Thursday, Friday and Saturday", this
week—Wallace's. St.
HARRY A. HARVEY
| Capt. J. McGee
5 M.M.S.A.
Masters and Mutes prepared
for examination. Compass »1-
justei.
Phone Ke.-J 502
"NAUTICAL    A( .'ADKKY"
Helgcrson  Block, opposite
Royal BMtl |
?CH«KKBJ«HW1><HKHXBKHK«K««H»
Prince Rupert Journal
SOc. per Month
' eacher oi Violin, Piano,
and Harmony
A. Clapperton is employed at present In the  Provincial Assessor's-' of-
S rice. He was deputy returning officer
YioUncello i at   the   late   provincial   election   at
I Hole-in-the-Wall.
—_;» of the London, Eng., C'oaser-! F. ,1. Hall of the Government Office
vatory of Music. Pupil of Lansdowne . staff at Hazelton, has resigned his
Cottell, the Belgian musician. Pupils j position to enter business in eastern
prepared for the Associate Board, '■ Canada. Mr. and Mrs,. Hall have left
Vancouver Centre, Royal College of | for Cornwall, Ont.
Music.
1208 Second Ave.—Phone Blue 278
i>i»OaaOO«KK1001KHKKHKK! 0<HH.1-
THE MOST COMFORTABLE    S
TOURING CAR
IN IHE CITY
Answer* all calls day and night
Phone 99
standi Front Empress Theatre
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The annua! meeting of the Prince
Rupert "Board of Trade will be held
on Friday evening at the Board
Rooms on Second Avenue. The meeting is called for 8 o'clock. All members are asked to lie present.
Chief Macdonaid of the Fire Department, has received a letter from
James Parks, formerly of the department. He Is in hospital, having been
wounded, but expects soon to be
around again.
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i". e Morning .louraal delivered to
••our pome at 50 cents a month.
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Department of
The Naval Service
Canada
ss^ssssss^ssssssssssssssss
Overseas
Division
The Royal Naval Canadian
Volunteer Reserve
Men are required
of good character and good
physique, for service Overseas, in the above force, with
the Imperial Royal Navy,
for the period of the war.
Condidntcs must be the Rons ol natural born British subjects; between 18 and
38 yearB old, al least 5 feet 3 inches in height, and 33 inches chest.
•   No   previous  sea  experience  necessary.
P# Ttr Ordinary Seamen and Able Seamen at entry, SI.10 a day ; 10c. extra daily
LB Y lo Stoker Ratings. Scpa.-alion ullowancc, $20.00 per month. A Free Kit
•^*- -*-   is provided.
For further particulars apply to       MAJOR J. H.  McMULLIN,
GOVERNMENT OFFICE,   PRINCE   Rl'PER'l
or to the Department of the Naval Service, Ottawa.
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LE.W ING  POST
The promotion of E. R. Cox to the
management of the Government Telegraph office at Prince Rupert, in succession to L. Waugh. was made the
occasion for expressions of regard
by the old-timers of Hazelton and the
employees of the telegraph service.
A deleea'ion waited upon Mr. and
Mrs. Cox and presented to them
handsome souvenirs, a purse of gold
and an address.
I,. A. Graef, who has been residing
at Massett, has rejoined the Hazelton
staff of the Government Telegraphs,
and received a hearty welcome from
his old acquaintances. Mrs. Graef accompanies him.
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W. J. AIDER AND
FAMILY RETURN
TO CITY TO LIVE
RAW FUR      RAW FUR
I     TRADERS and TRAPPERS
The EDMONTON FOR EXCHANGE,
LIMITED
Among the arrivals by the steamer
yesterday morning were W. J. Alder,
wife and two sons. They haye come
back to Prince Rupert to reside. Mr.
Alder is an old-timer in the city and
has large holdings here. A few years
ago he went to Victoria to live and
has resided there since.
Seen yesterday, Mr. Alder said
Prin|e Rupert looked very good to
him compared with other coast centres and he was not loath to get
back. He has taken apartments in
the Alder Block, upstairs at the corner of Third Avenue and Sixth Street.
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CARRANZA SEEMS.
(Continued  from  Page One.l
withdrawn as a military step and regardless of conditions, but it is insisted that so far there has been no
change In the administration policy.
The American members of the
joint commission which drew the Atlantic City protocol will meet here
to discuss Carranza's request for
modification and to consider whether
any basis is offered for further conferences with ilie Mexican commissioners.
Several army officers of high rank
are no longer attempting to conceal
their impatience over the joint commission's failure to secure ratification of an agreement and openly are
urging that the altered conditions in
Mexico make it imperative to bring
t'"> 12.010 men now In Mexico to positions on the border, where they
could he handled to better advantage
if it becomes necessaTy.
Reports to the State and War Departments supported unofficial advices indicating that Villa is rapidly
gaining strength in northern Mexico
that makes his suppression by the
Carranza army appear doubtful.
At the same time followers of
Felix Diaz are said to be making
trouble in the south, while. Manuel
Palaez and other rebel leaders are
gaining ground  in  the  central  por-
(Ions of the Republic
ALASKA SHIPPING.
IS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS  AND  OFFERS   FACILITIES   UNEXCELLED FOR BUYING AND SELLING  FUR.
MODERN EXPERT EFFICIENT
Our Location Is Central in Edmonton.
OUR PREMISES ARE
Dry       Cool       Fire-Proof      Sanitary
Our Show Rooms wherein tlie fur is examined by the buyers is
The Largest In Canada
We do not buy fur. We sell your fur by oermpetirivo sale to the
highest bidder, thus assuring you of tlie highest market price at all
times.
OUR SALES ARE
ADVERTISED WIDELY
We carry insurance on your fur while in the Exchange. We charge
you a commission of 5 per cent, for selling. We give real service
and more money.
Correspondence Invited
Send your next Shipment to
The Edmonton Fur Exchange, Ltd.
Adams Building Edmonton, Alta.
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I Continued  from  fage One.)
fn Taroma. Fie has only recently returned from England, where he was
employed under a special arrangement to develop a staff for the manufacture of pure silicon in electric
furnaces for Ihe British Admiralty.
The furnaces for this work were
specially designed by Mr. Booth and
proved successful.
The Bilrowe Alloys Company is arranging to install, in addition to its
four present furnaces, several others, one for the manufacture of Fer-
ro-tungsten, another for Ferro-man-
ganese, and a third for Ferro-chrome.
W. H. Rowe, President of the Co.,
has just returned from an extended
trip east, where the demand for these
Ferro-alloys assures a ready market.
The Ferro-manganese, however, Is at
present being disposed of among the
steel plants of Tacoma, Seattle and
other coast cities. The other products go to eastern consumers under / j
advantageous contracts.
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 Giver
WORKSHOP-
SECOND AVENUE   BEYOND   LYNCH'S
P. O. Box 704
NAVIGABLE    WATERS     PROTECTION ACT.
Chapter 115.
•REVISED STATUTES OF CAN3J5A
Hume B. Babington and Norman
R. Birodburat of the City of Prince
Rupert, in the Province of British
Columbia hereby give notice that
they have under Section 7 of the said
Act deposited with the Minister of
Public Works at Ottawa and fn the
Office of the District Registrar of
Titles at the Land Registry Office at
the City of Prince Rupert aforesaid
a description of the site and'the plans
of a wharf proposed to be built in
Henslung Bay, Langara Island, in
front of Lots 999 and IIM, Queen
Charlotte Island Land District, Province of British Columbia.
\X1> TAKE NOTICE that after Ihe
?:.:piiatlon of one month from the
date of the first publication of this
notice the said Hume B, nablnglon
and Norman R. Brnilhurat will under
Section 7 of the said Act apply to
tlie Minister of Public Works at his
office In the City of Ottawa, Province
of Ontario for approval of the safd
site and plans and for leave to construct the said wharf.
DATED at Prince Rupert, B. C. this
27th  day of December, A. 13.^ 1916.
d27-j27.      WILLIAMS & MANSON,
Solicitors for the Applicants.
DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVAL
SERVICE.
Hoyal Xaval College Of Canada.
THE next examination for the entry of Naval. Cadets will be held at
the examination centres of the Civil
Service Commission in May, 1917,
successful candidates joining the College on or- about 1st August. Applications for entry will be received up
to the lath April by the Secretary
Civil Serrlce Commission, Ottawa,
from whom blank entry forms cau
now be; obtained.
Candidates for the examination in
May uext must be between the ages
of lourleea and sixteen on the 1st
July, 1917.
Further  details  can   be  obtained
on application to ihe undersigned,
O, J. DHSBARATS, C. M. C..,
Deputy Minister of the Naval Service.
Department of the Naval  Service,
Ottawa, November 28, 191(1.
Unauthorised   publication   of  this
advertisement  will not be paid  for.
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