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VOL. VI.
PRINCE  RUPERT,  B. 0„   SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1010.
Trice 5 Cents.
No.   14(3.
Liberals Cleverly Tie Up Witnesses By Arresting Gosden
Germany Now Feeling Pinch Of War In Very ManyForms
Vice-President Donaldson Expects Increased Travel During Present Season
The Japanese Consul-General For Canada Is Looking Into Local Conditions
Gosden Arrested At
Instance Of Liberals
Blocks Investigation
THE ROYAL NAVAL
AUXILIARY PATROL
REPRESENTATIVES   OF   BRITISH
ADMIRALTY. ARK NOW
IN CANADA
Particulars   Respecting   The
Rout Service That  Is
Starting.
Motor
(Special   Correspondence.)
May 11.—Representatives of the
British Admiralty have arrived in
Canada for the purpose of entering
officers and men for service in the
motor craft employed in tlie Auxiliary Patrol. An office has lieen estali-
lished in Ottawa in the Department
of the Naval Service. The Admiralty
officers will visit, in due course, every
part of Canada from which recruits
are likely to be forthcoming.
The British Admiralty calls for two
Victoria, May 12.—Late last night
R.  Gosden,  who  told  the committee
jof the Legislature which is investigating  the  Vancouver  by-election  that
I he was paid $i*o by Macdonald', was
arrested on a charge of perjury at the
instance of M. A. Macdonald. the Liberal  member.
This action will tie up a number
of witnesses until the case is settled.
It is thought to be a dodge of the
Liberals to try to prevent further
evidence being taken into the workings of the Liberal Association which
are now being brought  to light.
classes of recruits,:   til  Commissioned Officers for command, and second
in command of the patrol boats;  (2)
I Mechanics to run the engines.
The essential qualifications required of candidates for a commission are
first rate experience in the handling
of small craft under sail or powor, at
sea  or  on  the  Great  Lakes;   and a
(Continued on Page Three.)
Vice-President Of
C. T. P. Here On
Tour Of Inspection
.When the train pulled in last evening from the east it had attached
the private car Transcontinental, the
private car of M. Donaldson. He has
come west at this time to make a
general inspection of the road, now
that the spring freshets are considered over and the danger to the track
in any parts Is well over. He says
that the roaa' has stood remarkably
well. There has been nothing that
will require any serious attention this
spring.
Referring to the conditions on the
prairies, he says that the spring is
very backward and cold. That was
a condition that was, noticed all along
Third
Ave
H. AITKINS
No.
574
FAMILY  DITCHER
Our  Motto,   Quality   First.—Try   our
noted   Prime  Sausage—Plain.   Pork
and Tomato Flavored.
COAL
FAVORITE  HOUSEHOLD  LUMP
AND NUT
Phone Prince Rupert Coal Co., 15
the line as he came west.
Mr. Donaldson will probably leave
again this afternoon sometime on his
return trip to the east.    Speaking of
i the situation that has developed with
respect to the proposal made by Mr.
Smlthers, the chairman of the company, in which the request was made
that the Government take the road
over, he says that the chairman made
a very frank statement with regard
to the road and its finances. The rail-
, way was completed at a time when it
| became impossible to go on the mar-
I kets anu get. money.    They are do-
j Ing their utmost to make the best out
jof the road, and will continue to do
| so until the Government decides upon
1 what lino of action Is to be taken.
Just a few days ago the company
lbrought quite a large party of settlers
Into the interior of British Columbia
to go upon the land. They left the
train at Vanderhoof. Mr. Donaldson
has always had groat faith In the
agricultural possibilities of the interior of British Columbia. He still
holds that opinion.    There are thous-
MORE FISH ARE
IN FROM ALASKA
COLD STORAGE  RECEIVED  SHIPMENT   OF   SALMON   BY
PRIXCESS SOPHIA
Fisii Trade For The Coast Is Gradually Centering In This
Port.
This is becoming steadily a more
important fish centre. For a time
it appears as if tiie trade must be
confined for tlie most part to halibut, but now there is developing a
very rapid increase In the other lines
of fishing, and cured fish is playing
its part, anil that no small one among
the other lines.
Yesterday theie arrived by the
steamer Princess Sophia fiom Wran-
gel about 2,000 pounds of spring salmon that had been taken there and
was sent here to be shipped' in bond
on to t'nited States points. This was
landed at the Cold Storage and will
be packed and sent by train east.
With the decrease in the number
of halibut that is being received this
season, there has been an ever increasing demand for salmon and
other lines to take the place of the
halibut.
JAPANESE CONSUL
GENERAL ON VISIT
GRANBY COPPER  MIXES
ARE   MONEY   MAKERS
Income From Anyox And Phoenix Is
Over Two Million
Dollars.
The report of the Granby Consolidated Company for the nine months
period ended March 31, shows that
after paying bond interest of $167,-
342 and dividends of $674,933, the
company added to its surplus $1,531,-
588. The total net income for the
period was $2,373,863, of which all
but $39,157 derived from the treatment of customs ores, was net operating profit of its own mines, at Anyox
and Pheonix, B. C.
The total copper production of the
period was 28,122,261 pounds, of
which 15,971,786 pounds were produced at the Anyox smelter aud the
balance at the Grand Forks plant.
The Anyox mines, from 516,381 tons
of ore, yielded 105,951 ounces of silver and 28,254 ounces of gold. The
(■Continued on  Page Four.)
C. YADA ARRIVED LAS! EVENING
FROM THE FAST AND LEAVES
THIS MORNING
He Paid Visit To Drydock Last Evening And Investigated
Conditions There.
There arrived in the city last evening by the train from the east the
Japanese Consul-General of Canada,
whose headquarters are in Ottawa.
This is C. Yada, who is known as a
wide awake business man. He will
leave this morning for the south.
The visit of the Consul-General is
regarded as significant in connection
with tlie fact that he arrived here
simultaneously with the Vice-President of the G. T. P., M. Donaldson.
It is felt that there may be some
move on foot to have trade relations
put on a better footing between here
and Japan than is at present. There
is a feeling that perhaps through the
instrumentality of the representative
of the Japanese Government, some
of the lines of trans-Pacific steamers
may be induced to make this a port
of call in the carrying trade on the
coast.
Mr. Donaldson, the Vice-President
of the G. T. P.. who arrived by the
same train last evening, went to the
drydock shortly after arrival in the
city, accompanied hy the Japanese
consul. Mr. Donaldson and other officials, of the G. T. P. took pains to
show Mr. Yada all the points of advantage that the city had.
Germany Is Suffering
IE'.''.--
From Want Due
To War Conditions
London,    May    12.—The    London
Daily   Chronicle   states   that   all   the
news   from   Germany   indicates   thai ,
the Briti;h blockade is. likely to prove :
the decisive factor in the war.    The
economic pinch 1ms become intoller-'
able in Its severity among the masses;
of the people who are half starved. |
The middle classes and the rich  are:
suffering greatly.
Confirmation of this slate has been
gleaned from the German  press despite the censorship, but there is also
the confirmation from neutral diplomats in Germany, and in neutral vis-,
Itors from that country.    All of these '
bring bad; the same story of the nn-;
fed   population:   stagnant   industry;
war-weariness; nnd desperate yearn-;
Ing for peace.    Rich women are taking their children  to Holland  to get'
enough milk for them.
Tiie Prin o Rcert from Anyox last
evening had on bo&rd a number of
passengers.
WAR PICTURES ARE
EXCELLENT ONES
SERGT.  WELLS SHOl'LD DRAW A
TREMENDOUS     HOUSE
THIS EVENING
Splendid   Opportunity    Afforded   To
Learn Of Whnl  Conditions
Really Are.
Those who miss Sergt! Wells and
his war pictures al the Westholme
tonight lose a real treat. Tiie pictures are especially entertaining to
Prince Ruperl spectators, because It
shows the 30th Battalion en route to
the war. As Major Peck and bis men
went out with that Battalion the local
interest is keen. The pictures are ex-
cellent ami serve to give one a  far
more graphii   Id ' I  e firfclng is
i:  ,-i I tially    i ;urs than can be gain-
(Continued on Page Four. 1
Province Will Not
Be Called To Pay
Interest On C.N.R.
Britifth Columbia is absolutely safe, under our trust deed, and this after
said Premier Bowser In connection! all is the mosl important section, as
with the report that the Governments  " connects the rest of the system with
     _ ,      ,.   i tidewater.     Then   the   Dominion,   ill
of Canada and  of  British  Columbia'
would  have  to join  in the payment
of   $4,500,000   interest   money   this
  I year.    He was referring to a. report-
London, May 12.—It has heen de-1 ed  statement of Sir  Thomas  White,
MEMBERS OF  HOUSE
WILL HAVE TO
SERVE  IX ARMY
elded that members of Parliament
eligible for military service be subjected  to conscriptlou.
TWO  MORE SHOT
IN  DUBLIN  FOR
AIDING REBELLION
Dublin. May 12,—James Connolly
and  John   Mc.Dermott  were  shot  to-
Dominion   Finance   Minister,   at   Ot-]
tawa,  to  the effect  that  the  C.  N.
R. could this year call upon the Do-1
minion   Government   to   pay   Its   de-[
faulted interest for three years, and
that the Dominion aim  the  Province!
of  British  Columbia  would   together
pay $4,500,000 during tlie year beginning July I next.
ll. i'. Brewster, the Liberal leader,
I order to protect its own Interest,
I would have to repay us. So that
i British Columbia is absolutely safe."
It is interesting to note, In eonnec-
i tion with Sir Thomas White's state-
I ment. that Alberta, Mauitoba and On-
| tario are also liable to be called upon
| to meet defaulted C. N. R. interest.
| payments. They guaranteed millions
of dollars' worth of these securities,
j with neither the same protection
'clauses nor the same strategic advan-
. tages as British Columbia.
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day, having been ccnvlcted  of com-, quoted   the Ottawa  Minister's state'
plicity in the rebellion In Ireland.       j ment with great  glee In  tl"' Legists-
re  lie referred to the Interesl w'-
WKHKHKKKKI WW 0O00O9990O0 OO
ACORN SIGN SHOP
Autos,   Carriage,   and   Sign
Painting.
Work done to suit customers.
All we wont Is your idea.
Dawson  Bloelc—Third  Avenne
JOS. F. FILION
ands of acres that the Governments  *
-H
should  use endeavors to get men to  *
*
go onto and produce crops. The coun-; *
try, he thinks, is admirably aoapted , *
.       , 'f
for raising stock and' for producing!*
sugar beets, with the establishment
of beet sugar factories probably at a
little later date. He says those on
the land should not be encouraged to ,
produce that for which the land is *
not suitable. The land is in first- *
class shape to take care of cattle raising and the production of hogs. He
(Continued on Page Pour.)
WESTHOLME THEATRE
OFFICIAL  CANADIAN  GOVERNMENT FILMS
CANADA'S FIGHTING  FORCES
SIX THRILLING REELS, TAKEN   OVERSEAS   BY   LIEUT,   II.   J,
DWYER, 30T11  BATTALION C. E. F.
Thousands  of  Western  Soldiers   easily   recognized   on   the   screen.
SERGT. FRED. "DOC" WELLS
SEVENTH BATTALION C. E. !•'. OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
who lost, an arm in the Battle of Vpros was taken prisoner, wounded,
spent four months as prisoner of war in Germany, won exchange by
feigning   insanity.
WILL   LECTL'RE  ON  LIFE   IN THE TRENCHES
Five  Hundred   Startling  Motion Picture Scenes.
in.ml  as     • is heavy  financial
ob'lgatlons of lhe Government.
The dame given by the Daughters,
of the Em i re i la  nighl w it well al
lend,mi and enjoyed. Thi  i    ining was
H enl mosl   ile isantly by all present,
SAVE MONEY
Use New Wellington
COAL
PIION B   I 111
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X   Friday and Saturday, May 12th and 13th   :
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••| have al waj 8 In en Infoi II
Sir William Mackenzie- thai the Ci-
nadian Northern could take care o(
the fixed charges In connection with
•.' e bonds we have guaranteed," said
t.1 Premier. "1 have no doubl
that they will arrange to do so.
•■ But ir ii should occur that, in
order to protect the credit of the
Province, we should- be called upon
to meet the interest, charges, would
first, ask the Dominion Government to
i:ay. The Dominion has, subsequent
mortgages to the amount of $80.000,.
000 on the company's whole system.
"If the Dominion did not see lit to
protect Its investment In that way we]+  Phone 5S3- Strictly Union House
Look For The Sign
We Never Close
could   miter   into   possession   uf   the;*    024 Third Ave., Prince Rupert. *
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SATURDAY, -MAY 13, 191(3.
PRINCE RUPERT JOURNAL
J&rtttce ttupert journal
Telephone   IH8.
O.  II. NELSON, Editor.
Telephone 138.
Office: 12S Third Aveuu , East,
near McBride Street. Telphone 138;
Postoffice Box 1545.
DAILY' EDITION.
Published   every   morning   except
Monda'     Di Ii   ered by carrier in the
city nt the following  ra». jf iinir) Irt
advance: —
.    Duo  >-"•••
party in British Columbia. He was
taking pari in a discussion of politi-
cal matters in one of the lobbies of
the Parliament Buildings. The talk
naturally veered round to the manner
In which Mr. Bowser has, risen to
thi '" ai' : as Premier. It is a sub-
jei-i which is frequently discussed in
Victoria just now.
"Bowser is making good," observed some one.
Si\ Month    	
Three Months  	
If not paid in advance,
per Month	
$5.00
$2.50
$1.25
$0.50
Ymi bet he is making good. Per-
'"— i Kii-'"   lilm better than some
, ii..,.
| of you. but T confess I have heen sur-j
• prised at the success he has achieved j
las Prime Minister," replied the mem-
r ' '
her   from   the   lower   mainland.     "1 j
never did put much faith in that fire-,
iside the City of Prince Ru-1 eating,  wllllng-to-conquer  theory  of
\ EEKLV  EDITION.
Published every Friday for circula- j
pen at $2.00 a year, addressed to tn€ n,jjng phase 0f his character, hut
points in Canada; or $3.00 a year to , ■      , .
all points ,n the raited Kingdom the I the qualities which are making him
United suites or other foreign an afale leader have come to the sur-
countiiei. , „     ,       ,,,,,,
face more rapidly than I had looked ;
Advertising  Rates t"|um Application.' ■
Telephone 13S. for.    Perhaps if the situation he had;
 ■— — —   to race had heen less difficult it would I
'have taken longer to bring out  the;
qualities  which   are  making  him   a
successful Premier.
■The   fact   that   mien   he  became
j Premier  a  large  percentage  of  the j
I people of the Province were suffering j
r>Mfr«'    nAiii.-ii-in 'from the effects of the co,lai,se of a ]
0l    rRLrlltK  DUtV jfcK  boom that they were sore and inclin- \
 — en to throw a brick at any head that
SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1916.
CHARACTERISTICS
WELL KNOWN NEWS-WRITER DE-
SCRIBES FIRST MINISTER
OF  PROVINCE
He Was   Not   Known  To The   Public
Generally In Earlier
Hays.
appeared, the extension of the stringency, resulting from the war and
the other complications in the situation—not ihe least of which was the
fact that he had to follow a man so
universally popular as Sir Richard—
would have spelled failure for any
but a big man. Bowser has proved
big enough and broao enough, and
F. E. Simpson, better known to the he's getting stronger every day. We
newspaper fraternity of the Province ;lre backing a winner in Bowser."
as -Dad" Simpson, knows politics and | The lower mainland legislator
knows politicians. This is what "Dad" I summed up the general sentiment of
lias written about Premier Bowser, the members and others who closely
As a newspaperman of many years observe the trend of events at the
et 'ing, he is able to put in bright Parliament Buildings,
sn y language a splendid word pic j Premier Bowser has risen to the
ture of the Premier of Britisn Co- occasion it is not that lie has, ac-
1 nm 1>;i as lie really is. Mr. Simp- quired anj new qualities; it is rather
son rff his article will do much told fi rue of his character which was
disabuse the minds, of so many Brit- seldom apparent when he was First
ish Columbians who appear to believe. Law Minister to the Crown, has came
that the Prime Minister is a man of to tiie surface. He has sacrificed none
unbending will ami a cold heart, of his strength of purpose; he has
After    reading    whal    this    veteran not weakened one whit;   the direct-
journalist has to say they will realize
perhaps thai instead of being a man
who uelights In riding roughshod
over everyone else, Hon. Mr. Bowser
Is a brainy, big-hearted, good humored  man,  callable  and  ready  to  Hold
ness of aim and singleness of purpose
which have characterized his record!
in the past are as strong a factor today as ever. But he has, become
Premier and to that position he has
brought to bear the qualities which ii
his own in any jousting, but at the requires, and which the Attorney-
same time, not one who puts fight- Generalship seluom required. He has
ing before friendship. the fearlessness and bluff honesty of
Editor Simpson goes on to say; a  Whitney,  but   to  it  is  added   the
"Many people in British Columbia capacity for leadership and for keep-
know only one side of Bowser's char- ing his party together that has dis-
acter. Ro much has heen said and tingulsbed the record of Herbert
written of his strength and will, his Asquith, Among his followers he
intellectual ability and his zeal fori creates confidence and inspires con-
the lioliiics and principles of the Con-  viction
servative party, that people have lost
Bowser   has   become   in   the   full
sight of other phases of his character sense the leader of the Conservative
brought the members of the Legislature  solioly  behind  him  as  Premier
are  marked  by  two  outstanding occasions.    The first was on the night
of March 14, when the Opposition attempted   to  force  the  dissolution of
the Legislature.    Earlier in the day
Bowser  had   gone   farther   than   he
need in fairness have gone in an effort to reach an agreement with Brewster, Macdonald and Parker Williams,
under which supply could have been
voted and necessary legislation passed. The Opposition members thought
they had the Premier in a corner, and i
tried  to force him  to hold up practically everything—to vote supply for j
only three months to delay indefinitely  the  extension   to   farmers  of   the I
lienetits of the  Agricultural  Acts,  to
break his pledges.    He refused, and
they proceeded endeavored to compel I
dissolution immediately, which would j
have prevented any legislation lieinp j
passed  and  the  Farmers' Loan  Bill
from coming into effect or any money
being voted to carry on the business
of the Province.
When the House met the Premier
arose In his seat. He exposed the
Liberal proposals, and in ringing
but deliberate terms told the House
and the country that the Government
would' proceed with its business,, that
it would carry out its pledges. At
that moment and since the Premier
dominated the Legislature; the Opposition seemed like pigmies against
the strength of his personality and
the justice of his case. His followers
became solidly, whole-heartidly, behind him. It marked the psychological turn of the tide toward victory.
It placed Bowser fairly and squarely
at the head of a phalanx of honestly
confident, supporters, supporters confident of the Government's confluence
above all things in their leader.
The second occasion was Bowser's
speech on the address. The Liberals
had been charging that the Government wis the "most corrupt in Canada." The Premier took up the challenge. The door to inquiry was wide
open, he told the House. It was up
to the Liberals to prove their allegations or shut up. A day or two later
he said that if necessary the House
would sit until .Tune 1, so that the
Liberals might have all the time they
required for investigations. With his
large majority in the House he could
have followed the precedent of the
Laurier "dark lantern brigade" in
the Dominion, of Sifton in Alberta
ann blocked investigation. But the
charges of corruption were untrue.
Bowser had nothing to fear. The
Liberals, by weeks to fruitless investigations and utter failure to make
(Continued on Page Three.)
MINERAL ACT.
(Form F.)
Certificate  Of  Improvements.
■NOTICE.
"TIP TOP," "RAMBLER," "BU-
ENA VISTA," "PROVINCE," "JAIN"
AXD "KNOB HILL," Mineral Claims,
situate in the Portland Canal Mining
Diiision of Cassiar District. Where
located;     On, Salmon River.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Daniel
Liudeborg, F. M. C, No. !)3,83'JB.,
,7;'ting for myself and as agent for
Andrew Lindeborg, P. M, C, No. 93,-
838B., Hiram Stevenson, F. M C,
No. 93.844B., and D. C. Barbrick, F.
M. C, No. 0 3,11213., Administrator
oi the James ""Proudfoot Estate, 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 section 85., must be commenced before the issue of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 31st day of January, A.
D„ 1916. m-2-Jly-2
MINERAL ACT.
HOTEL DIRECTORY
WINDSOR HOTEL
Cor.  of  First   Ave.  and   Eighth   St.
W. II. WRIGHT, Prop.
HOTEL CENTRAL
First Ave. and Seventh St.
European and American Plans
$1.00 to $2.50 Per Day
Peter Black, Prop.
Certillcate Of Improvements.
NOTICE.
which, as we all know, have enabled
him to rise to the occasion as Premier at a  time  when  unusual difilcul-
party, and he holds that position not.
alone hy his intellectual strength and
vigor of purpose, hut by his ability
ties had to be faced and overcome. ! to persuade others of the correctness
Nol n few people in the Province a 'of his views. Bowser the Premier, is
month or two ago Beemed to regard."0' hidebound. The Attorney-Gen-
Bowser as a kind of ogre who didn't er&1 is the chief law officer of the
fed thai he had had a good break- Crown nnd his opinion on legal mat-
fast unless two or three Grits had ters has of necessity something of the
formed part of Ihe bill of fare, They dogmatic about it. Assuredness li
looked on him as a political Are- necessarj In an Attorney-General, It
eater with an Imperious will to con- 'fi "P to htm nol onl'v to read the law
riner, who never listened in advice, correctly, but to be sure thai he is
nor considered any opinion except l«is right, He dues nol have to consider
own. the  opinion   of  the  members of his
"Many of us losl slghl of the real party, the great majority or whom
Rowser, the human Bowser, the Bow- are laymen upon questions of law.
ser of warm friendship, the man nf This attitude of mind in an Attorney-
sincere consideration for the views General naturally extends to a certain
of others, the Bowser of sterling! extent to other matters with wliich
loyalty to his Ideals and lo the public  hs has to deal.    Bul n Premier is a
whom lie serves, We admired his
clearness of vision in public affairs.
the strength of his character nnn
his passion tor efficiency, bul we gave
leader of the majority, lie has lo
lend, iie cannot drag his politics lie.
fore them, bul he is open to accept
suggestions, he is open to accept new
little chough I to the qualities which politics from ihem. His business is
are making him a real leader of the to make effective the will or the nui-
pnrty." jorlty of the members, who present
Tlie speaker was a member of the the majority of the ridings.
Legislature from the Interior, who a      Todnj   ffoh,  \V,   l.  Bowser is not
few years ago did nol look upon Hon. ■ merely admired.    He Is liked, He bus
W. J. Bowser with  very much  favor J'he good will of il^c, members and of
ns prospective head  of,  ihe Govern-  others with.whom he. has to deal(
ment and leader <>r the Conservative      The    developments    which    have
SYNAPSIS      OF      COAL      MINING
REGULATIONS.
Coal mining rlgh' of tl i Dominion In Manitoba. Saskatchewan and
Alberta, the Y-.,.on Territory, the
Northwest Territories and a portion
of the Province of PrHish Columbia,
may be leased for a term of twenty-one years at an annual rental of
$1 per acre Not mere than i!.660
aires will be leaded to one applicant.
Applications "r. a lens, mist be
made by tlie applicant in person to
tii Agent or Sub Agent of the dla-
trlc in which the rights ..prlind for
are situated.
Iu sun .wed terrlturj u.e lut.ii
must 'e dotcrlted hy sections, or
legal subdivisions of sections, and
In unsurveyed territory ;.. tract applied for thai! be staked Oi t by the
applicant  himself.
Each application must be ac un-
pnnied by a fee. of f', which will be
r 'unded if tlie r.gbt. applied for are
nol available, but not otherwise. A
royalty shall he paid en the mer-
chantable output of tbe. mine at, the
rale of five "ents per ton
The person operating the mine
shall furnish the Agent with sworn
returns accounting for the full
quantity of merchantable coal mined
and puy the loyally thereon, if the
coal mining rights re not being operated, such returus show d e fur-
nished at least onco a year.
The lease will include th-1 coal
mil.ing rights only; but the lessee
may he pormlltel t, purchase whatever mailable surface rights may he
considered necessary tor ilut working of the mine ai the ratr of $10
per acre.
For full information application
should be made to t. o Secretary of
the Department of tiie Interior, Ot-
Inwa. 04 lo any Agent or Sub-Agent
in  Dominion Lands.
W    W.  CORY,
Dei ul)   .Minister of the Interior
"Dolly Varden," "Dolly Vaiden No.
".," "Dolly Varden No. 2," "Dolly
Varden No. 4," "Dolly Varden No.
5," "Dolly Varden No. 6," and "Dolly
Varden No. 7," Mineral Claims,
situate in the Skeena Mining Division   of  Cassair  District.
Where located: About 17 miles
from head of Alice arm on the Kitsault River.
TAKE NOTICE that Richard B.
McGinnis, Free Miner's Certificate
94,015, Agent for K. Ludwig Elk,
Free Miner's Certificate 93.91S, Ole
Pearson, Free Miner's Certificate 94,-
004, Ernest Carlson, Free Miner's
Certificate 94,003. Ole Evindsen,
Free Miner's Certificate 93,909, and
Charles Swanson, Free .Miner's Certificate 93,902, intends, sixty days
fiom the date hereof, to apply to the
Mining Recorder for a Certificate of
Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of each of the
above claims.
AND FURTHER take notice, that
action, under section 85, must be
commenced before the issue of such
Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 30th day of March, A. D.,
1916. m-30.
WATER NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICE that THE SURF
INLET POWER COMPANY, LIMITED, will apply by Petition to the
Minister for the approval of the undertaking of its works and that such
Petition will be heard in the office of
the Board on a date to be fixed by
the Comptroller and that any person may file an objection thereto In
the office of the Comptroller or of
the  Recorder of the Distiret.
The name and address of the ap-
p'icant is THE SURF INLET POWER COMPANY, LIMITED, having its
Head' Office at 1,001 Rogers Building, Vancouver, B. C. Tne Water
Recorder's office in which this notice is to he Bled is at the Court
Mouse, Prince Rupert, B. C. The
name of the lake from which Ihe
water Is lo be taken Is Cougar Lake,
Princess Royal Island.
The quantity of water applieo toils ten thousand incurs or sixteen
thousand cubic feet per minute. The
proposed point of diversion is at a
point al the outlet of Cougar Lake,
and It Is to be returned at a point
at sea level on Surf Inlet, and will
be used for developing power and
electric energy to be used within a
radius or ten (10) miles of the
works on Princess Royal Island.
A copy of th.s notice was posted
on the ground on the 24th day of
February,  A.  D,,  1916.
Dated at Vancouver, B. C. tills
24th day of February, A. D., 1916.
THE      SURF      INLET      POWER
COMPANY,   LIMITED.
F.  W,  HOLLER,
s-f-213.      Superintendent, and  Agent.
KNOX HOTEL
First    Ave.    Between    Eighth    and
* , Niii tli . -        "
European   Plan;   llales  .">Oc  to $1.00
Per Day
Besner &  IS'sner,  Props.
1'MRPL:IS HOTEL
J. V. Rochester V. D. Casley
Thrid Ave. Between Sixth und
Sevtiith Sts.
ROYAL HOTEL
Corley   &   Burgess,   Props.
Third Ave. and Sixth St.
European Plain Steam Hciited
MINERAL ACT.
(Form F.)
Certificnte  Of   Improvements.
NOTICE.
"WINER," "TERMINUS," "KANSAS," "BIG MISSOURI,"'"DAUNTLESS," "GOLDEN CROWN," "EP-
LURIBUS" AND "LAURA" Mineral
Claims, situate in the Portland Canal
Mining Division of Cassiar District.
Where located: On Salmon River.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Daniel
Lindeborg, F. M, C, No. 93.S39B.,
acting for myself and as agent for
Andrew Lindeborg, F. M. C, No. 93,-
S3SB., Hiram Stevenson, F. XL C,
No. 93.S44B., and D. C. Barbrick, F.
XL C„ No. 91.112B., Administrator
of the James Proudfoot Estate, intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the Xlining Recorder
for a Certificate of Improvements, for
the purpose of obtaining a Crown
Grant of the above claim.
And further take notice mat action, under sectioii Sii, must be commenced before the issue of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 31st day of January, A.
D., 1010. m-2-jly-2.
LAND ACT.
Form Of Notice.
Skeena   Land   District,   District   Of
Coast, Range 4.
TAKE NOTICE that Clyde A. Heller, occupation mine operator, intends
to apply for peimission to purchase
the following aescribed lands:
Cmmcncing at, a post planted
about one hundred yards Northerly
from the mouth of Paradise Creek on
the Easterly shore of Bear Lake,
Princess Royal Island; thence East
40 chains; thence South 20 chains;
thence West 40 chains more or less
to the shore of Bear Lake; thenn
Northerly along the shore of sale
Lake to the place of commencemcir
containing 80 acres more or less.
February 18th, 1916. fa-"
CLYDE A. BELLI..
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good their charges of corruption a-
gaiust the Government have proved
that.
These were the turning points in
the political situation. But that is
not all.
Cordiality, frankness, a ready
courtesy and regard for thp senti-
ments and feelings, the foibles and
peculiarities even, of those with
whom he lias to deal are material
factors In the phases of Bowser's
Character which have enabled him
to rise to the occasion as Premier,
He can submit with good grace but
without sacrifice of principle to tlie
desires of his colleagues and supi ort-
ers. lie Is always open to con' ;- tion.
The underlying principles thai govern
his policy are essentially democratic.
No man in Canada is more anxious, to
ascertain the will of the people or
more willing to carry it out. Xo
man in Canada is more anxious, to
serve them to their best advantage.
These are not new qualities In W.
J. Bowser, lie never descends to
posing, to wear a cloak which does
not belong to him. The qualities
which he is displaying a? Premier,
the qualities which are gaining him
the ungrudging good will of his supporters, are qualities which are as
much a part of the real Bowser as
are the fovcefulness and strength of
will for which he was admired as
Attorney-General.
Bowser the Premier is making
good. He is steadily gaining a stronger hold on the good will of the people. The more they come into contact with him the better they know
Bowser  the  real  man,  the  stronger
laiger and faster armed motor vessels which are engaged in patrol and
other duties around the British coasts
and in other parts of the. world.
The men required for Engine Room
unties need have no previous experience afloat, but must be mechanics by profession, with good experience in tlie running and repairing of
internal combustion engines, preferably of the gasoline type. Two grades
are required—Chief Motor Boatmen
and Motor Boatmen "E." Fur ihe
higher rating, which correal ,ini'* "'
Chief Petty Officer In the Royal Navy,
at leas; five years' workshop experi-
em •' Ie : equlred. Two years In the
shops will qualify a man for rating us
Motor Boatman "E." A man entered
in the lower rating can gain promotion to the higher if he proves
efficient. The mi n arc given a course
of training In H.M.S. Hermlone,
whence they arc drafted, either direct or after a short period df service
in the smaller motor lioats, to the?
Engineering School at Portsmouth,
where they undergo a course of instruction in the running of ihe high-
powered engines used in the large
patrol boats.
The rates of pay and allowances
for officers ano men are as follows; —
Officers are grunted commissions as
temporary Sub-Lieutenants, Royal
| Naval Volunteer Reserve, and receive
the ordinary pay of an officer of that
rank in the Royal Navy, viz., 7s. 6d.
($1.82 cents) per day. In the Motor
Boat Service they receive in addition
£15 ($72.ill cents) for uniform, and
certain allowances which vary according to the duty on which they are
employed. These allowances average
about 3. i 72 cents) per day when the
officer victuals himself. Separation
allowance is nol  paid by tiie  British
Travel To Eastern Canada
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Through train to Winnipeg leaves Prince Rupert every Monday and Thursday at 10:30 A.M., making connections for all points
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All  electric lighted  equ'pment, standard' and  tourist  sleeping
cars, also dining and parlor observation car.
Agency   Atlantic and  Trans-Pacific S. >. Lines.
For full Information and sleeping car reservations, Apply
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City Passr. A; Ticket Agenl General Agent, Phone 2fln
520 THIRD AVENTE
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Canadian Pacific Railway
Lowest rates to all Eastern points via steamer to Vancouver und
Canadian Pacific Railway
Meals and   Berth  included    on    steamer
Princess Maqulnna for Granny Bay and Alice Arm. Friday 11 p.m.
PRINCESS SOPHIA SOUTHBOUND,
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RUPERT MARINE IRONWORKS AND
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ENGINEERS      MACHINISTS   AXD  MACHINERY  CONTRACTORS
Specialists In  Marine Power Plant?   Oil, Steam, or Gasoline.
B. C. Const Agentsc for the British Kroinlioiil Semi-Diesel Oil En-
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power  for fishing boats, tugs a- * passenger vessels.
Standard Gas Engine Company's Engines and Parts In slock.
and more enduring will become theUdmiralty  to  the  wives  and  depen-
public   support    of    a    man    whoso dents, of commissioned officers,
friends know that he ls worthy of it.
These who know Bowser best admire him most; those who know him
Chief Motor Boatmen receive ■">. '3d.
($1.57 cents) per day, allowances on
a  similar scale  as  officers,   C7   10s.
best like him  best.    Xo man   could   ($36,45    cents)    for    uniform,    aim
earn  a   truer  compliment.
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ROYAU   NAVAL.
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separation allowance on the same
i scnle a's a Chief Petty Officer in the
Royal Navy. Motor Boatmen "E"
1 are paid 2s. 6d. iilu cents) per day
1 and    allowances,    £5    10s*    ($20.7-1
 , cents) for uniform, and separation al
good knowledge of practical seaman-1
ship.   Some knowledge of elementary
navigation is desirable.   Officers have
lowance as for seamen R.N.
Officers and  men  are  entered  for
. the period of hostilities, and are given
no engineering duties to perform. The! , ,     ,       ,  ,     ,
j free transport to England and back
selected candidates will lie provision-        ,   ,   , ...,-,-
to their homes on receiving their ilis-
allv entered  in  Canada, and  sent  at1
i charge,
once  to  Hngland   where,  their  entry]      „     ... , ,      .       ,
Candidates   should   apply   111   die
being confirmed, they will commence! .,.
I first instance 111 writing to the Auxili-
their training forthwith. | „,,„,.,„
ary    Patrol    Recruiting    Committee,
The training consists of a month's!       _ .,,.,<-•
ico Department of the Naval Service,
course   in   navigation   at   the   Royal ,      ., . .,
I Ottawa, stating the nature of the ap-
Navfll   College,  Greenwich,  a   month
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depot ship H.M.S. Hermione, where
the newly entered officer receives instruction in rifle drill, simple gunnery, semaphore and Morse signalling, and practical seamanship, and,
as his training advances, does duty in
the local patrol boats. From Southampton officers are drafted to various
small motor craft employed in the
Auxiliary Patrol, and after two or
three months' experience In these vessels, proceed to Portsmouth for a further course of Instruction. Tin's
course concludes the training period,
and officers, are then appointed to the
pointment which they desire. They
will then receive an official application form, and full particulars as to
pay, allowances, etc.
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on or about the 1st August. Applications for entry will be received up
to the 15th April by the Secretary,
Civil Service Commission, Ottawa,
from whom blank entry forms can
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May next mtfst be between the ages
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Department of the Naval Service,
Ottawa, January 10th, 1916.
Unauthorized publication of this
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MINERAL ACT.
(Form P.)
Certificate Of Improvements.
FREDERICK  PETERS.  K.C.
(Barrister, Solicitor aud Notary I'ub!l.
• lice in
EXCHANGE  BLOCK
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B. C. Undertakers
beg to inform their friends and
the public generally that they
ha\e engageu the services of a
Flrsl class Undertaker, who is
a graduate of a Canadian and
American College of Embalming, Sanitation, Disinfection
and Bacteriology, and who
holds both Canadian and
American Diplomas.
Lady Asistant always in attendance to ctve for ladies and
children.
Ollice aud  Parlors  No.  11«,
corner -nil Street and 2nd Ave.  5
Phone I'- Open Duv and Nighl   5
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"Blue Jay" Mineral Claim, situate
near American Creel;, in the Portland Canal Mining Division, Cassiar
District.
TAKE NOTICE that I, John Ple-
wiu, Free Miner's Certificate No. 80,-
513B, for myself and W. H. Cooper F. M. C. No. S0.518B, 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 section 83, must be commenced before the issue of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 20th day of April, A. D.,
1916. a-21-j-21
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John Conway has returned to the
city.
*     *     »
Mr. Paterson, representing an eastern drug company, is in the city.
Capt. Gosse, of Vancouver, a well
known resident of the southern city,
is here.
.     .     .
R. F. McGinnis, a brother of the
General Manager of the Dolly Varden
mines at Alice Arm, is in the city.
*     *
William Manson, son of Hon. William Manson, has returned from the
eaut. He has been attending Toronto University.
id      *      *
W. Merchant, Inspector of Customs, is In the city. He is here on
official duty. T. Manson, also of the
service, accompanied him on his trip.
* *    *
VV. J. Crawford and wife, from
Alice Arm, formerly of this city, arrived from the northern mining camp
last evening. They will remain in
the city for several days.
* *     *
George Clotheir, who is an excellent mining man. and who has only
recently returned from the Stikine,
will visit the Queen Charlottes to investigate properties there.
»     *     *
R. D. Pinneo, Assistant General
Freight Agent of the Pacific Coast
Steamship Company, with headquarters In Seattle, is In the city for a
few days. Ho has heen north in connection with his work. He says there
Is to be a tremendous trade to the
north this year.
* *    »
C. w. Davis, representing Canadian Explosives, has returned from a
business trip along tlie G. T. P. From
his position he comes, into close contact with the mining operations. He
says the outlook is exceedingly good,
and Mr. Davis is very cautious in his
statements.
Get your piano tuneo" by Harry
C. Evans, pioneer piano tuner and
player expert. Leave orders at Bulger & Denike's, (Wark's) jewelry
store. tf.
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
iiulgei *. Denike do reliable watch
repairing. i-w.
The Venture arrived from the
south last evening.
* *     •
The Princess Manuinna, of the C.
P. R., reached port last evening with
quite a few passengers aboard.
* *     *
The Princess Sophia, of the C. P.
R. service, arrived early yesterday
afternoon from Skagway on the way
south.
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WAR PICTURES,
(Continued  from  Pago One.)
ed in any other way.
Sergt. Wells himself is very happy
in his explanations. He also gives a
very interesting lecture, which was
roundly applauded last night.
A party of returned soldiers were
present last night as guests of the
Sergeant, and were given hearty applause when alluded to by the speak-
ei. Rev. Canon Rix made a few remarks at the opening. The cadets
were present and welcomed Sergt.
Wells on the platform at the opening
by sounding the salute.
The pictures shown and the address
of Sergt. Wells constitute one of the
j very best features ever put on here.
] They are moat educational as well as
I .   .
I entertaining.     An idea of  the  battle
of Ypres by means of moving blocks
representative of the soldiers engaged is most original and enlighten-
i ing. It shows the part played hy the
Canadians in  a  way  that   fastens it
| upon the mind..
VICE-PRESIDENT.
(Continued   from  Page One.)
! believes that the growing of sugar
I beets would be a line that might well
; he expected to prosper.
Mr. Donaldson says that indications
| point to an increased traffic this summer over the line.    There are reports
i showing that a goou number will take
j the G. T. P. west this year.
On June 11 the three express
trains a week will be on again by
the company. In connection with this
there will be an observation car attached to each train all the way to
and  from  Winnipeg.
,'S CALL
FOR SERVICE AT HOME
Produce More and Save More
Th» Empire needs food. If you are not in the fighting line you may be in the producing line. Labour
is limited—all the more reason to do more than ever
before. Grow food for the men who are fighting for you. The Allies need all the food that
you can produce. Every little helps. You are responsible for your own work. If you
cannot produce as much as you would like, produce all you can. Work with the right
spirit. Put fighting energy in^o your effort and produce now when it counts. The more
you produce the more you can save.    Producing and saving are war-service.
Make Ifour Labour Efficient
In war-time do not waste time and energy on unimportant and unprofitable work. Economize labour.
Put off unproductive work till" after the war, and, if
possible, help in producing something needed now. Let us not waste labour. Canada
need", it all. If possible help to feed the Allies. Make your backyaid a productive garden.
Cultivate it with a will.    Make your labour count for as much as possible.
Do Not Waste Materials
There should be no waste in war-time.    Canada could
pay the annual interest on her war expenditure out
 ' of what we waste on our farms, in our factories, in
our homes. Every pound of food saved from waste is as good as a pound of increased
production. The way for a nation to save is for every individual to save. France is strong
to-c:iy because of thrift in time of peace. The men and women of Great Britain are not
only "doing " but are learning to " do without."
Spend Your Money Wisely
finance the war.
better investment
Practise economy in the home by eliminating luxuries.    Wasting our dollars here weakens our strength
at the  Front.     Your savings   will help Canada to
Save your money for the next Dominion War issue.    There can be no
THE   GOVERNMENT   OF   CANADA 5
Til     DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE THE DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE
GRANBY COPPER JUNKS.
(Continued  from  Page One.)
cost of the copper produced and laid
down at New York from Anyox was
10.136 cents a pound, and from Grann
Forks 13.71 cents,, as compared with
costs of 9.72 and 13.06 cents, respectively, for the six months' period
ended December 31, 1915. The higher cost was due to shortage of power
during the extremely cold weather
in January and February, and consequent decrease in production during that time.
It is stated that the stock of unsold
copper in New York amounts to 11,-
093,318 pounds, and that it is inventoried at 20 cents a pound'. Spot copper commands of late 30 to 31 cents.
MINERAL   ACT.
Certillcate Of Improvements.
NOTICE.
Balsam; Cedar; Cyprus and Spruce
Mineral Claims, situate In the Skeena
Mining Division of Cassair District.
Where located: Granby Bay, B. C.
TAKE NOTICE that I. Fred Ritchie, Free Miner's Certificate No.
90.071B, acting as Agent for the
Granby Consolidated Mining, Smelting & Power Company, Limited,
Free Miner's Certificate No. 90.810B,
intends, sixty days from the date
hereof to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining
a Crown Grant of the above claims.
And further take notice that
action, under section 85 must be
commenced before the issue of such
Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 7th day of April, A. D.,
1916. Jly-14
J   FRBD RITCHIE, Agent.
l&Ch'WtKHKH'HKHTOKH'HJI^^
Eye TroublesCorrected
Mr. Bulger has had over ten yearn experience in sight testing
and fitting glasses, and last mid-summer took a post graduate
course, which included the latest discoveries In tb r- science of optometry r\ eye measuring. One of the most imi ortant is dynamic skiametry. The new method of Prof. A. J. Gross, of New
York, in which the eye is measured by a beam of reflected light
and aay trror is recorded.
But we do nol simply rely on one method; each eye Is tested
separately, In three different ways, besides trying the muscular balance, together and the nervous  acutcness.
We use the new drugless methods, no drops in the eye and no
heavy frame resting on your face; ours swings from the wall by a
bracket.
PRICES :.B LOW  AS ANYWHERE
BULGER & DENIKE
OPTICIANS   AND   JEWELLERS
WW<HKH*3*3*3S«<HKHK'#lttH*^
Blakely Co., Jewellers,
and Watch Repairers
HARRY SELFF a watchmaker of long experience has been put ln
charge of that department—-Satisfaction guaranteed.
See our stock of nuggets from the North. Make your choice while
they last and have them made up u the city as stick-pin. brooch
or pendant.,.
Encourage Home Industry and keep the money in the city.
EYES TESTED  SCIENTIFICALLY  hy  an   expert  In   that  line  of    5
work—Latest appliance for testing. 5
9
HIGH CLASS STOCK TO CHOOSE FROM §
s
a
Corner Third Avenue and Sixth Street
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X                                         THE   METHODIST   CHURCH J
* llritish Columbia Conference                   Kcv. .T. F. Dimmick, ~*astor. J
* Parsonage (S.l- Sixth Ave. W.    Church, Sixth Ave. & Musgriiv   Place *
X    MR.  HARRY  HANSON,             Prince Rupert, B.  C, April 9,  1914. J
* "The   Reliable   Plumber," *
X                 Prince Rupert, B.  C,              • J
* I have great pleasure ij certifying to  the  excellent  hot  water *
X    and heating system that you installed  in  our  parsonage,  and  that J
{after six months of operation through   the   winter   months   it   has i
given every satisfaction.                                    j J
X            The system heats a thirty gallon tank of water to boiling tern- J
* perature in one hour after the fire has been started; it in no way J
J    interferes with the oven for baking purposes.      In addition to this, *
the wail ladiator which you placed' in dlning-roorn  and  connected t
+    with the range boiler has given us splendid satisfaction, supplying
* us with ample heating th-ougbout the w'nter, saving us the cost of
•H    a stove and fuel.
X 1 most heartily testify to the satisfaction and efficiency of your
* system and gladly recommend It.              - a
* Yours very truly, i
X                                                                 (Signed)   (Rev.)  J. F. DIMMICK. j
* i*-
■k            Speceial price for  coil  for month  of Marcli only will be Fifteen 5
T    dollars, Ten dollars cash, buluiieo .'10 days. *
J  3
* U A DP V U A MCniM THE BBL,ABUS timber |
|    HAKK I    HAINDUft  Phone 480        P.  O. Box 305 |
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j Royal Bank of Canada 1
HEAD    OFFICE:   MONTREAL ESTABLISHED   18(10
Capital Paid np   $11,500,000
Reserve  Fund       $13,230,000
Total Assets    $200,000,000
X Savings Bank Department—$1 will open an account
X    Branches   Throughout   Canada and Banking Connections With All
* Parts of tlie United Stales. Agents Throughout the World.
* F. W. DOHERTY, Malinger - Prince    Rupert    Branch
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A. E. WRIGHT
Provincial and Dominion Land Sur-
»eyor—Surveying  and   Engineering.
Ictween  Second  and  Third  Avenues
P, O. Box  10.
SAVE YOUR
EYES
If you would save your eyes—have
them fitted perfectly with glasses by
DR. INNAN
Offices—788 Exchange Building
IMPERIAL MACHINE IRKS
IvigliioH   Installed and   Cleucral
Repu N
liy-Acetyleue   I'lnnt \:             uctlOu
Phone Red 15II Third ..     aue
DR. J. S. BROWN, DENTIST
Crown and Bridge Work a
Specialty
tiOlce:  Smith   Block,   Third   Arena*
Phone 451.
Prince Rupert Journal
50c. per Month
Capt. J. McGee
M.M.S.A.
Masters and Mates prepared
for examination. Compass adjuster.
Phone Red 502
"NAUTICAL   ACADEMY"
Helgerson Block, opposite
Royal Hotel
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