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Array Prince
upert
VOL. VII.
PRINCE RUPERT, B. C, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29,  1910.
Price 5 Cent*.
No. 34.
BOOTH FISHERIES TO OPERATE BOATS HERE
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Munitions And Wheat Have Now First Call On Space
Farewell Taken Of Hon. T. D. Pattullo Last Evening
Booth Fisheries To
Operate Two Large
Vessels From Here
The Booth Fisheries, represented
here by Mr. Mad-dock, has now decided upon extending its operation!,
here. It was reported that a cold
storage would be erected here, but
this, M.. Maddock says it not in contemplation for the present.
The company is however, extending its operations to the extent of
having two of its large vessels operate from here. The two steamers are
tb^ Commonwealth and the Puritan.
They are boats, with a capacity of
about   100,000   poupds  each.     They
E. P. SPAULDING
IS DOING WORK
ON  AMARGOSA
E. P. Spauldlng, who le operating
the Amargosa, on Rocher de Boule
Mountain, was in town this week,
says The Hazelton Miner. He informed The Miner that the crosscut tunnel had been driven 160 feet, with
about 200 feet t0 drive before the
main vein Is likely to be tapped. A
drift on a cross vein has been run
100  feet.    Small showings of good
will  run  in  to  Prince Rupert con-  ore have been found.
stantly now, adding mater'ally to the
importance of this port as a centre
for the Booth interests.
The Puritan Is now on its way
here with 59,000  pounds.
This move on the part of the Booth
Fisheries is indicative of a more active policy with respect to this port.
The company has a large Ice house
at Lake Kathlyn and from there is
supplied to the local plant as required. Under Mr. Maddock's energetic
management this company has had
Us full share of the business offering
here. With the two large vessels of
Its own fleet making steady calls
here this should be largely Increased,
and   it  may  be  expected   that  this
4
summer a very large increase in
business can be expected.
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GERMANY WANTS
ARRANGEMENTS  FOR
PEACE CONFERENCE
Amsterdam,     Dec.     28.—German
Mr. Spauldlng, who represents
Spokane capital, is well known in
Prince Rupert, where he spent some
time.
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TRAIN WRECK
IN EAST DURING
FOG AND STORM
Montreal, Dec. 28.—The Canadian
Pacific Toronto-Montreal Express,
during a heavy fog and storm of
sleet, crashed into the rear of the
Cornwall-St. Polycarpe local near St.
Polycarpe last night. Five persons
were killed and six injured. Three
coaches were demolished. The express, which continued its journey,
carried the victims of the disaster
on to Montreal.
ARTILLERY DUEf_S
REPORTED ALONG
PART OF FRONT
Paris, Dec. 28.—Between Vocher-
GOVERNMENT IS
TO CONTROL SPACE
BRITISH    SHIPPING    COMPANIES
MUST REGULATE CARGO
ROOM
Munitions   And   Wheat   Will   Hare
A Call On Eighty-Five
Per Cent.
New York, Dec. 28.—Mr. Guthrie,
representing the British Admiralty,
summoned the freight managers of
the various British steamship companies and explained to them that
the British Government requires
eighty-five per cent, of their cargo
space, forty-seven and nine-tenths of
which will be reserved for the carrying of munitions of war, the remainder being devoted to the traner
portation of wheat to Great Britain
and France. The movement to control the bulk of the available cargo
space will become effective on January 1.
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BRITAIN AND FRANCE
WILL REPLY TO
GERMANY'S NOTE
DELTA COPPER IS
VERY PROMISING
MINING      OPERATIONS      ON
LARGE SCALE ARE BEING
CARRIED OUT
Superintendent    Clements    Of    The
Property Is  Now
In City.
There arrived in the city last evening H. E. Clements, Superintendent
of the Delta Copper Company, whose
property lies on Rocher de Boule
Mountain. The officers of the Delta
are: President, J. H. Millar; Vice-
President, W. H. Hargrave; Secretary-Treasury, Colin Case; Managing Director, Robert Spencer, and
Superintendent, H. E. Clement.
Mining operations on a large scale
have been begun by the Delta Copper Company, which owns and holds
under option 21 claims on Rocher de
Boule Mountain and which has also
taken an option on a controlling ,ln-
(Continued on Page Two.)
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TRADES AND LABOR
IN ACCORD WITH
- REGISTRATION CARDS
Ottawa, Dec.  28.—As a result of
an amicable understanding between
London,    Dec.    28.—Britain    and
France have __reed to answer Ger-
many's. peace overtures. jsir RoWt Bofien and R  B Bennett
Russia has telegraphed a copy of and the Executive Council of the
her reply to the French Government Trades and Labor Congress, the la-
and has notified her Allies that she bor officials are recommending mem-
has rejected President Wilson's pro- ,bers of unions to respect the National
posals, regardless of the knowledge J Service registration cards. The ma-
that Switzerland and Sweden support the United  States movement.
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CANADIAN  REGIMENTS
WILL    BE    BROUGHT
TOGETHER BY PROVINCES
London, Dec. 28.—It is the inten-
agents have  applied  at  The  Hague  ville and Vaux, on the Verdun front, -tion of the war offlce to adjust the
for  tne  making  of  preliminary  arrangements   for   .he   appointing   of
delegates   for   the   proposed   peace
conference.
there have been very heavy artillery various  Canadian   battalions  at  the
duels,  but  operations  are  compara- front 'in  France so  as to keep the
tlvely quiet along the remainder of men from the different provinces, to-
the front. gether.
Matronal te wMtioiimation)
THIS CARD MUST BE FILLED IN AND PROMPTLY RETURNED (lv ALL MALES BETWEEN THE AGES OF IS AND 63 INCLUSIVE.
jority of the members in the largest
centres are prepared to act In accordance with the wishes of their
superiors. : "*   -'**»■**<*	
Farewell Taken Of
Hon. T. D. Pattullo
Last Evening
In the Railwayinen's Hall last eve-1 He advised the members elect from
ning on informal reception was held tne north not t0 rely alone on Mr.
h    honor   of   Hon.   T.   D.   Pattullo, | Brewster's     assurances      that      he
...  . ,        . , , . ,, , thought  a  lot of   this  part  of   the
Minister of Lands, when a farewell I
, I Province.  He knew  that  Mr.  Brew-
was taken of him on tiie eve of his '  . .... , ,__,__
, ster  was  a  politician,  and  judging
removal  to  Victo-ia, where  he will   from  the 8weeping resuits achieved
reside. The gathernig was of a non-
political character ond Mr. Pattullo
kept away from all party allusions.
Mayor McCaffery presided over
the gathering, which included a
number of ladies as well as gentlemen. The Mayor, in opening the
meeting, alluded to the faot that he
had long been associated with Mr
Pattullo and felt confident that he
would work in the interests of this
part of the country, although |as
Minister of Lands he would really
represent the whole Province. As
Minister of Lands he would have to
by his party in all parts of the Province, it occurred to him that the
Premier had used somewhat similar
language in every part. He said he
would be glad to be able to support
Mr. Pattullo aud his Government all
along. He could do so if Mr. Pattullo
would only walk straight and do
what was right. He admonished him
to so act and follow in good Tory
lines. '•■■?■■ il'i ■■■■■-.-,■ >-;, m   ;j-~i
Fred Stork had been highly delighted on the return of Mr. Pattullo.
He knew he would work for the interests   of   the  district.   He   realized
deal with many things that directly j wlth   Mr.   Mobley   that   there   were
affected this part of the Province.     | great questions opening tin in con-
A   M.  Manson,  M.  P.  P.,  paid  a,  lection  with   the  returned  soldiery
compliment to Mr. Pattullo aud rJBrltish   Cohu',,,ia   with   its   a««^
tlons would, _K felt, draw a lot of
ferred to the fact that with three
representatives for the north supporting the Government they should be
able to accomplish much in the interests of this' part of the country.
He felt assured that the Premier was
a warm friend of this section, for
he had on occasions expressed his
strong faith in the district.
them this way. The Government
would be charged wtlb carrying out
a policy In this respect and Mr. Pattullo as Minister of Lands would b.e
closely Identified with that work,
Mr. Pattullo in replying thanked
the speakers for what they had said.
He pointed out that if Prinee Rupert
Frank Mobley, M. P. P., for Atlln,. wanted anything it would be neces-
alluded to the fact that the Govern-. wy to get out and work for it. He
"*"*vr"'      I ment had very serious questions to I and   the   Other   members   from   the
It Is understood that local tihloiiS (grapple with. Among them was that. north  could  not be expected  to do
In Quebec have ordered their mem-I connected with the returned soldiers,  all. There were constant deputations
bers not to answer the questions on
the cards. One thousand forms, addressed to Quebec workmen, have
been returned to Ottawa unfilled.
LONDON CLOUDED
IN DENSE FOGS
UPSETS BUSINESS
S. D. Macdonald, who was Intro-. waiting on the Government from
duced as the representative of the P'aces in the south. He asked local
Trades and Latjor Council told the people to keep him informed as to
audience  that   too   often   the   labor. their wants.
men were forgotten in the transaction of public business. This was a
mistake, because labor constituted a
very  important section of the coun-
He realized that, while the work
in connection with the returned soldiers was one that fell upon the
Dominion Government in large part,
try, The labor party had supported ;yet the provinces, the municipalities,
London, Dec. 28.—Traffic in Lon-J Mr.   Pattullo   at   the   late   election, j the societies and the Individuals in
turn had their part to do.
NATIONAL
SERVICE.
CANADA.
1. What is your full namo?	
C. In what country   \
4. Name of cily, town, \
village or Poat Officr /
Street                                                   Number
C. in what country was I
?■ In what country was 1
your mother born? i	
10. How mucli lima havo you losl '1
in last 12 months from sickness? J     	
11. Havo you full usoof your arms?     .  _	
14. Of your hearing?	
0. Wero you born a Brilish subject? _.	
9. If not, aro you naturalizod ?      	
15. Which are you—married, \
cinglo or a widower?       /	
16. How many portons besides )
tf. What are you working at lor a living?	
18. Whom do you work (or?	
19. Havo you a trado or profession ?    20. II to, what ?...
21. Are you working now?    22. If not. why? _. ...
don Is completely disorganized by j not because it was allied with the
the thickest fog experienced in re-. Liberal party, but because it felt
cent years. All surface transportation that labor had not been dealt with
is at a standstill and the tubes are as it should have been by the late !
heavily congested with the huge traf- j Government. If the Liberal party
fie which has been thrown upon failed to do better, then labor would
them. vole against it.
Owing   to   the  stringent   lighting       In  Introducing O.  II.  Nelson,  the
restrictions, as a  protection  against I Mayor said  he had  bad occasion to
German  airships,  the afreets are  in   work with him  in a municipal way, I
darkness and pedestralns are Obliged   and he felt thai no man in the city'
in carry lanters, torches and flash-1 hail done as much as Mr, Nelson had j uANOllGS    OVERSijAS
lights In making their way about the  to break away from party lines In the !
city, city affairs.
 ■—o  I     Mr. Nelson said that, while he had
He asiked them not to recommend
to him nor to the Government nien
wh0 they did not think were qualified for the posts they sought, thus
shirking responsibility. Already he
realized wha' office meant. Ile was
putting In long hour, in hi. office.
(Continued on Page Four.i
CHOCOLATES
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23. Would you be willing to chango your present work for other necessary work at ttrt same pay during the war? -.-_.._
24. Are you willing, if your railway faro is paid, to leave wharf you now live, nnd go tf) some other place in Canada to do such work ?...
INSTRUCTIONS FOR FILLING   IH THIS CARD ARE ON THE OTHER SIDE.        IT ASKS U QUESTIONS.        COUNT VOUR ANSWERS
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FAMILY burner
OPT AT  IHI\   HAD
MARROW  ESCAPE
A message received by George
Frizzell yes erday gives the information that ~he family of R. Lowrie
has sufferer loss by the burning of
Ihe hems.?. iV-g. Lowrie and the children escape:! only by a close call, it
appears and saved nothing.
Then, are no details given. Mr.
Lowrie, il Is believed locally, Is not
there, but went to the front.
When Buying Coal act the best, ft
costs the sainc. New Wellington
*o.il—Phone 11 (i. tf.
I'm supported Mr. I'aitullo. he was
glad when ihe Liberals came Into
power to  see  him   made  a   minister.
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*_■ FRIDAY, DECEMBER
19 It
PRINCE RUPERT JOURNAL
tiatt Huuct* journal
Telephone 138.
O. H. NELSON, Editor
Telephone 188.
Ofiice: 128 Third Avenu Bast,
near McBride Street. Telphone 13_;
Poetofflce Box 1545.
DAILY  EDITION.
Published   every   morning   except
Monday.    Delevered by carrier in the
city at the following rare, if paid in
•dvance:—
One Year  . $0.un
Six .Mouth        $2.50
Three  Mor*hs    $1.25
If not paid In advance,
per Mont:.       $0.50
Advertising limes Cpon Application,
Telephone 188.
i_m88i_d
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29,  1916.
DEVELOPMENT   I.N   FISHING.
The announcement that ihe Booth
Fisheries are to make this port the
headquarters for two of their vessels is most promising news. The
Booth Company early on became attracted here and investigated the
situation very fully. It started off in
an easy way, but with capacity
enough in the building erected to
take care of a very .considerahlle
omount of fish. This is made all the
more available io its capacity from
the fact that the concern is independent in the way of ice supply. A large
storage for ice Is located in the Bulkley and natural ice from the lake is
put up each winter. Thus the company is, well able to handle a tremendous amount of fish here, ,the
returning cars bringing ice from the
plant in the interior. The policy of
the Booth Fisheries in branching out
should stimulate other concerns
here.
Th-
THE NEW MINISTER.
meeting held last night In order to take an informal farewell to
Hon. T. D. Pattullo was one in which
due honor was done the new Minister
of Lands on his elevation to a seat
in the cabinet as Minister of Lands,
hacked up by two other strong supporters of the Government from this
district, there will be considerable
expected of Mr. Pattullo. The new
minister is of a most energetic character. This augurs well for this city
and district. In the opinion of the
old Conservative Government, this
district in genera] and Prince Rupert
In particular, has been woefully neglected. If has always been a doctrine of the opposition to the late
Government that there should be expended in this district at least as
much as the revenues from all sources In the district. With the Liberals
now In power a fulfilment of that
may be expected. It will no doubt be
made a basis for work to be done
here and will be backed up by the
representatives who, when in opposition, so ardently pressed for it.
ment, a mining engineer of note, who
is now engaged iu preparing for the
installation of the plant, which will
include a compressor and a surface
tram.
The company's efforts will he concentrated for ihe present on the
Highland Hoy lead, this remarkable
vein running through both groups.
At an elevation of 5,900 feet a tunnel is io be driven on the vein, giving from BOO to 600 feet of depth.
The work will start at the west end
of the Highland Bey and will follow
the vein  toward  the oas,t.
Builders are now engaged in constructing camps on Juniper Creek,
just above the Rocher de Boule. Accommodation for 2." or 30 men will
be provided. Between 12 and 15 men
will be employed  at once.
It Is safe to predict ihat the Delta
Copper Company will take a prominent place in the list of copper ore
producers.
LAXD REGISTRY ACT.
COAL ACT.
.Skeenii    Land    District,    District
Queen Charlotte Islands.
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TAKE NOTICE Ihat Austin Brown
of Victoria, B. C, occupation saddler,
intends to apply for permission to
prospect the following described
lands for coal and petroleum:
Commencing at a post planted ■_!]
the West Coast of Graham Island,
in the vicinity of West River, at the
Southeast corner of C.L. 8,0.5,
thence north 80 chains; thence east
80 chains; thence south 80 chains;
thence west 80 chains to point of
commencement.
Name of applicant,
AUSTIN BPOWN. a8-sS
Dated July 19, 1916
LAXD ACT.
ARROGANT GERMAN.
The German empire is nothing if
not arrogant. It proceeds to make
war by over-riding its own treaty
rights. It conducts the war along
lines that are not in accord with
recognized rules and agreements
made by herself. .Now she proposed
to have a peace conference whether
Un. other side wants it or not, and
bus   accordingly   ordered   thai   the
peace   conference   arrangements
The   Hague  he   taken.
at
DELTA  COPPER.
i Continued  from  Tune One )
In the Highland Boy Company,
.-•   The Omineca   .Miner.
Development    will   be   under   the
personal   direction  of  Harrison  Cle-
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ACORN SIGN SHOP
Autos,   Carriage,   nnd   Sign
Painting.
Work done to suit customers.
All we want Is your idea.
Dawson   lllock—Third   Avenue
JOS. F. FILION
■r90OC0 i4K«i<iCKKHKHK«Kta
(Form Xo. O.)
FORM OF XOTICE.
•\eena   Land    District,   District   of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that William Dixon, of Victoria, B. C, occupation accountant,  intends  to  apply  for  permission to prospect for coal and pe-
C-leum on the West Coast of Graham
. and, In vicinity of West River.
Commencing at a post planted one
nile south of the southeast corner
of C.L., 9,971 thence north 80
chains; thence east 80 chains; thence
south 80 chains; thence west 80
chains to point of commencement.
Name of applicant,
WILLIAM DIXON,
AUSTIN BROWN, Agent.
NAVIGABLE    WATERS    PROTEC-
TIOXACT.
Chapter 15.
REVISED  STATUTES  OF  CANADA
Hume B. Babington and Norman
R. Brodhurst of the City of Prince
Rupert, in the Province of British
Columbia hereby give notice that
they have under Section 1 of the said
Act deposited with the Minister of
Public Works at Ottawa and in the
Offlce 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 998, Queen
Charlotte Island Land District, Province of British  Columbia.
AND TAKE NOTICE thai after the
expiration of one month from the
date of the first publication of this
notice the said  Hume B.  Babington
and Norman R. Brodhurst will under
Section 7 of tlie said Acl apply to
the .Minister of Public Works at his
offlce in the City of Ottawa, Province
of Ontario for approval of the said
site and plans and for leave to construct the said wharf.
DATED at Prince Rupert, B. C. Ihis
27th day of December, A. D. 1016.
d27-j27. WILLIAMS & MANSON,
Solicitors for the Applicants.
(Section :JG and  184.)
Re Application  Xo. 90,501,
TAKE NOTICE that application j
has been made to register HAROLD I
C. EDMUNDS of Prince Rupert, Brit- I
ish Columbia, as owner in fee under
a Tax Sale Deed from The Collector
of the City of Prince Rupert, bearing
date the 3uth day of September,
1916, of ALL AND SINGULAR that
certain parcel or tract of land and
premises situate, lying, and being in
the .Municipality of Prince Rupert,
I Assessment District), more particularly known and described as Lots
Six (0), Thirty-One (31), and Thirty-Two (32), Block Forty-Six (46),
and Lot Eleven (11), Block Forty-
Eight (48), all in Section Eight (S),
Map 923.
You  are  ret_uired  to  contest  the
claim   of  the   tax   purchaser  within
thirty-live days from he date of the
service of this notice (which may be
effected by Personal Service or otherwise), and your attention  is called
to Section 36 of 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  owner
of the person entitled under such
tax sale, all pe.rsrns so served with
notice,  .     .     .     and those claiming  through  or  under them,  and
all  persons  claiming any interest
in the land by virtue of any un-.
registered instrument, and all persons claiming any interest in the
land by descent whose title is not
registered under the provisions of
.is Act, shall be for ever estopped
and debarred from setting up any
claim to or ln respect of the land
so sold for taxes, and the Registrar shall register the person entitled under such tax sale as owner of the land so sold for taxes."
AND   WHEREAS   application   has
been  made  for  a  Certificate  of Indefeasible Title to the abovementlon-
ed lands, in the name of HAROLD
C. EDMUNDS:
AND WHEREAS on investigating
the title it appears that prior to the
Fourteenth day of Sepember, 1915,
(the date on which the said lands
were sold for overdue taxes), you
were the Registered owner thereof.
FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that at
the same time I shall effect registration in pursuance of such application and Issue a Certificate of Indefeasible Title to the said lands in
the name of HAROLD C. EDMUNDS
unless you take and prosecute the
proper proceedings to establish your
claim, if any, to the said lands, or
to prevent such proposed action on
my part.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,'
Prince   Rupert,   B.   C,   this   Sec.nd
day of November, A. D.  1916.
H. F.  MacLEOD,
District Registrar of Titles.
To CHARLES PLANITZ,
d-S        Box 731, Edmonton, Alberta.
The Morning Journal
50c. per month
MINERAL ACT.
(Form F.)
Certificate Of   Improvements.
NOTICE.
TIGER  and   LADY   ISAAC   FRAC.
j Mineral Claims, situate in the Skeena
Mining   Division   of  Cassiar  District,
Where located;   On  Qranby  Bay,
B. C.
TAKE NOTICE thai I, ,1. Fred
Ritchie. Free Miner's Certillcate No.
3.229C, acting as agent for the Granby Consolidated Mining, Smelting &
Power Co. Ltd., Free Miner's Certificate No. 5,0050, 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.
Daled this 8th  day of December,
A   D.  1916, d-12
J.   FRED   RITCHIE,   Agent.
LAXD REGISTRY ACT.
(Section 30 ami 184.)
le Application No. D.tls.'I. Filing 5,807
TAKE NOTICE that application
as been made to register .Melvin M.
tephens and .Maxwell C. Wade, of
Prince Rupert, B. C, as owner In fee
under two Tax Sale Deeds from The
Collector of the City of Prince Rupert, bearing date the 23rd day of
October, 1910, of ALL AND SINGULAR that certain parcel or tract of
land and premises situate, lying, and
being in the Municipality of Prince
Rupert, (Assessment District) more
particularly known and described as
Lots Seven (7) and Eight (8), Block
Forty-six, (46), Section Eight (8), In
the City of Prince Rupert, Map 923.
You are required to contest the
claim of the tax purchaser within
thirty-five days from the date of the
service of this notice (which may ue
effected by Publication), and your attention is called to Section 36 of the
"Land Registry Act" with amendments, and to the following eytract
therefrom: —
"and in default of a caveat or certificate of lis pendens helng filed
before the registration as own.r
of the person netitlde undre such
tax sale, all persons so served with
notice, . . . and those claiming
through or under them, and all
persons claiming any interest In
the land by virtue of any unregis-
ered instrument, and all persons
claiming any interest 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 sale as owner of the land
so sold for taxes."
AND   WHEREAS   application   has
een made for a Certificte of Indefeasible Title to the above-mentioned
ands,   in   the   nam,e   of   Melvin   M.
tephens and Maxwell C. Wade:
AND  WHEREAS  on  investigating
he title it appears that prior to the
14th day of September, 1915, (the
date on which  the said  lands  were
old for overdue taxes), you were tbe
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 tbe
name of Melvin M. Stephens and
Maxwell C. Wade unless you take
and prosecute the proper proceedings
to establish your claim, if any, to the
said lands, or to prevent such proposed action on my part.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
Prince Rupert, B. C, this 20th day
of November, 1916.
H. F. MacLEOD,
District Registrar of Titles.
To CHARLES PLANITZ,
4-w. Edmonton, Alberta.
SAVE THE
EMPIRE
The Forestry Battalion
the 230th
Organizing now under Capt.-
Shuttlcworth wants practical
men
Services will be auxiliary to
the fighting forces n all kinds
of rough woodwork.
PHONE 554
P.O. BOX 60
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FOK
APERHANG1NG
AINTINC
OLISH1NG AND
WALL TINTING
H1UH-HRADE    INTERIOR
DECORATING    fl    SPECIALTY
Martin Swanson
IECOND AVE JKAR McRRIt-'
§ WALKER'S MUSIC STORE
Corner Second Ave and 4th St.
Pianos und  other  musical  instruments for sale.
Pianos to Rent.
A   large  assortment  of   sheet
music. Classic songs and music,
and all the popular selections
of the day.
For particulars apply to
SERGT. STOKES,
At the offices of the Red
Cross Society, next to Bank
of Montreal, Third Avenue.
Prince Rupert, B. C.
Journal Advertisements Pay
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Hotel Directory   j
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WINDSOR HOTEL
Cor.  of  First   Ave.   and   Eighth   St.
Wi H. WRIGHT, Prop.
Prince
Rupert
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HOTEL CENTRAL
First Ave. nnd Seventh St.
European and American  Plant
$1.00 to $3.00 Per Day
Peter H6ack, Prop.
EMPRESS HOTEL
). Y. Rochester V. D. Ouley
Thrill Ave. ID -tween Sixth aad
Seventh SU.
British
Columbia
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Corley   At   buryess,   Props.
Third Ave. anil Sixth St.
European Plan Steam Heated
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LUMBER
oal, Cement, Plaster and Brick
AND A COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDERS' SUPPLIES
WESTHOLME LUMBER CO.. LTD.
First Avenue       Prince Rupert       Telephone 186
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 n PRINCE BPWtRT ,101'RXAI,
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2!.', 191C.
LIQUOR ACT, 1010.
I Section 10.)
NOTICE is hereby given that, on
the First day of December next, application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for the
renewal of a licence for thc sale of
liquor by wholesale in and upon tlie
premises known as Beaver Wholesale Liquor Company, of Prince Rupert, Limited, situate at 708 Fraser
Street, Prince Rupert, B. C, upon
the lands described as Lots Fifteen
aud Sixteen (15-16), Block Thirty-
tiro (32) Section One (1) City of
Prince Rupert, B. 0.
Lated this 12th day of October, 1916
THE   BEAVER   WOLESALE
LIQUOR CO., OF PRINCE RUPERT   LIMITED,
GEO. A. SWEET,
o-15 Manager.
SYNOPSIS     OF     COAL      MINING
REGULATIONS.
Coal mining right of the Dominion ln Manitoba. Saskatchewan and
Alberta, the Yukon Teritory, Ihe
Nothwest Terltorie* and a portion
of the Province of British Columbia,
may be leased for _ term of twenty-
one yea.i-feat an annual rental of
$1 per acre. Not more than 2,560
acres will be leas.d to one applicant.
Aplicatlons for a leas', must be
made by the applicant in person to
the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district In which the rights applied for
are situated.
In surveyed territory the land
n'^ist be described by sections, and
in unsurveyed territory the tract applied for shall be staked out by the
ppplicant.
Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $5, which will be
refunded if the rights applied for are
not available but not otherwise. A
royalty shall te paid on the merchantable output of the mine at tho
rate of five cents per ton.
The person operating the mine
sliall furnish the Agent with sworn
returns accounting for the full
quantity of merchantable coal mined
and pay the royalty there-.!. If the
coa! mining rights re no.', being operated, such returns should be furnished at least once a year.
The lease wil' include the coal
mining rights only; but the lessee
may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface right, may bo
considered necessary for the work
Ing of the mine at the rate of $10
per acre.
For full information application
should be made to the Secieiary of
the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent
of Dominion Lands.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy Minister of the Interior.
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WATEli ACT, 1014.
liefore The Hoard Of Investigation.
In the matter of Yule Lake and
Yule River a tributary of Swanson
Hay, Khutze River a tributary 0*
Khutze Bay, and all other streams
emptying into Graham Reach and its
luiets and Bays in Rang IV Coast
District.
TAKE NOTICE that each and
every person, partnership, company,
of municipality who, on the 12th da.v
of March, 1909, had water rignts on
any of the above-mentioned streams
is directed to forward, on or before
'he 10th day of October, 1916, to thc
Comptroller of Water Rights at the
Parliament Buildings at Victoria, a
statement of claim lc writing as required by Section 294 of the Water
Act, 1914. Prlcteu forms for such
statement (Form No. 50 for irrig;
tion or Form No. 51 for other pv
poses) can be obtained from - n< :
tbe Water Recorders in the P "ji .'.
And take notice that a meeting .
th. said Board will be held at the
of>"ie of Hie Board, Parliament Build,
ings, Victoria, on Tuesday the 24th
day of October, 1916, at 11 o'clock in
the forenoon, when the evidence and
argument on the said claims and on
any objections field wll] be heard.
Dated at Victoria, B. O, the 7th day
of September, 1916. For the Board of
Investigation.
AMERICAN MONEY
COMING TO CANADA
MANY     BRANCH     PLANTS     ARE
NOW BEING CONSTRUCTED
IN COUNTRY
There  Are   Five  Hundred  Concerns
In The Dominion At
Present.
4-w
J. F. ARMSTRONG,
Chairman.
LIQUOR ACT, 1010.
(Section 42.)
NOTICE is hereby given that, on
the first day of December next, application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of the hotel licence to sell
liquor by retail ic. the hotel known
as the Granby Ba> Hotel, situate at
Anyox, in the Province of British Columbia.
Dated  this Thirtieth  day  of September, 1916.
Granby Bay Hotel Company, Limited.
JAS. CHURCHILL, Manager.
Oct. 1 Applicant.
Since the outbreak of the European war, about fifty American industrial corporations have opened
branch csmblishnients in Canada.
Most of these have gone to Ontario,
several to Quebec Province, and a
few to western cities of the Dominion. It is conservatively estimated
that these fifty plants represent an
investment of $15,000,000. Prior to
thc war there were about 450 such
companies in Canada, .so that the total investment of the 500 concerns
must at least amount to $150,000,-
000.
For years prior to the war, a number of American industrial corporations,' such as the International Harvester Company, the Singer Sewing
Machine Company, and the Westing-
house Electric established plants in
various parts of Europe, including
Russia. Since the war, however, the
extension has been largely in the
| direction of Canada. Many concerns
have found it advantageous to have
plants in Canada because of the saving in the cost of distributing their
product and also for tariff reasons.
Following is a partial list of tlle
articles manufactured by American
companies that have recently located
in Canada:
Railway accessories, overalls,
chemicals, silverware and flatware,
automobiles, horseshoes, steel goods,
patent medicines, spices, soaps, perfumes, glue, beet sugar, pumps,
greenhouses, railway signals, fuses,
boxes, spreaders, silk gloves, stockings, tire's, steel," steel products, canned goods, automobiles varnishes,
belting, store counters, explosives,
pulp and paper, sewing machines,
aloxite and other abrasives and electric furnace products, grain and elevator machinery, silk and chamoiset-
te gloves, refined nickel, and cottonseed oil products.
The total of American investments
in Canada, according to The Monetary Times of Toronto, is $978,000,-
000, of which $150,000,000 represents the  branch   factories.
Discussing what it cails "the
IJnited States commercial invasion,"
iTht   Monetary  Times  says:
Since informal discussion in various quarters has been heard as \t>
the possibility of favorable tariffs
among the Allies and the Dominion
after ihe war, there has been an impetus given to ; mo' einenl of
United States branch plants c Canada, mul a number of Inquiries «on-
tinue t0 be made by United States
firms with a view to their establishment in the Dominion. In the event
of favorable tariff treatment as between the Allies and the Dominions,
these United States manufacturers in
Canada oxi ect ;o be regarded as Canadian manufacturers, and thus entitled to the benefits of any such
favorable tariff legislation. These
linns arc now In a position to cater
at close range to thc demands of the
Canadian marked and hope also to
be in a position to handle some or
all of their export trade from their
Canadian factories under present or
revised tariffs of various counties.
Industial commissioners though-
out Canada are receiving numerous
Inquiries in connection with sites in
their industrial districts from United
States firms contemplating the establishment of a new industry here. The
outstanding feature in connection
with the inquiries of these United
States concerns seems to be that they
are all awaiting the much-discussed
preferential tariff of the Allies.
Probably 90 per cent, of the correspondents desire no publicity regarding their inquiries, apparently
not desiring their competitors ln the
United States to be advised of any
intention of establishing in Canada.
Prior to the war there were established in Canada branch factories for
the production of asbestos, barrels,
buttons, carpet sweepers, corsets,
condensed milk, bags, corks, carriages, couches, brass goods, billiard
tahles, cash registers, disinfectants,
fly paper, files, fire extinguishers,
pens, phonographs, hardware, pickles, presses, pulleys, razors, rubbers,
shoes, scales, typewriters, watch
cases, tobacco, etc.
IBmWEXBSEam -' •F?lta___Ji__.i. -
reduction a_v
ii   fi       M
Pacific Cartage Limited
General   Tenn..nx
' f^ANADA from her abundance can help supply the Empire's needs,
V* and this must be a comforting thought for those upon whom the
heavy burden of directing the Empire's affairs has been laid. Gain or
na gain the course before the farmers of Canada is as clear as It was
last year—they must produce abundantly in order to meet the demands
that may be made, and I beliiwe this to be especially true in regard to
live stock, the world's supply of which must be particularly affected in
this vast struggle. Stress and strain may yet be in store for us all
before this tragic conflict is over, but not one of us doubts the issue,
and Canadians will do their duty in the highest sense of that great
word."--HON. MARTIN BURRELL, MinUter of Agriculture.
Furniture  Movip .  a  Snecia'ij
Vtien you  huy COAL huy  the  IT3~|
— Ladysmlth   Lump  ir  Cnnini
'Yashed   Nut.
MODERN wa.-.' is mi_de by resources, by money, by foodstuf.3, as
well as by men and by munitions. While war is our first business, it is thc imperative duly of every mr.n in Canada to produce all
tbat he can, to work doubly hard while our soldiers arc in the trenches,
in order that the resource:: of the country may pot only be conserved, but
increased, for the great struggle that lies before ur. ' Work and Save'
is a good motto for War-time." SIR THOMAS WHITE, Minuter
of Finance.
THE CALL OF EMPIRE COMES AGAIN IN .£.16
TO CANADIAN FARMERS, DAIRYMEN, FRUIT GROWERS, GARDENERS
WHAT IS NEEDED? these in particular—
STUART J. MARTIN,
PROVINCIAL    ASSAYER    AND
ANALYTICAL
CHEMIST
HAZELTON,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
For Rent For Dances.
Fall and Winter
Schedule
Read
Down
Tliur
..   11.00 p.m.
Sat.
B.OO a.m.
Sat.
!_!.00 Boon
Mon.
a.m.
Sun.
iL'.Piii.M'i.-h;
Mon.
10.00 a.m.
Mon.
11.00 p.m.
Tubs.
9.00 p.m'
Wed.
10.30 a.m
Wed.
12.00 ...'n_!u
Thu.
T.UO a.m.
SS. PRINCE RUPERT
Lv.    '■-':. .•■•■  vi ■■ Ar.
Ar. Pr. Rupert i_v.
I.v. Pr. Rupen Ar.
Ar. Skagway Lv
SS. PRINCE GEORGE
I.v. Seattle Ac.
I.v. Victoria Ar.
I.v. Vancouver Ac.
Lv. Ocean Falls Lv.
Ar, Pr. Rupen Lv.
Lv Pr. Rupert Ar.
Ar. Anyox Lv.
Head l'p
ii."1' j).in. Thurs.
9.00 a.m. Wed.
6.00 a.m.
12.00 noon
Wed.
Mon.
'i. n p.m.
7.mi a.m.
B.OO p.m.
11.00 p.m.
9.00 a.in.
7.0U p.m.
1_!.iii> noon
Sun.
Sun.
Sat.
Fri.
Pri.
Thu.
Thu
PASSENGER   TRAIN   SERVICE
For Bmlthers,  Prince Georgi?,   Jasper,   Edmonton,   .Saskatoon
am! Winnipeg, connecting there for  all  points in   Eastern   ('lunula
"nil the Eastern und Southern States;  leaves Prince Rupert every
Wednesday urd Saturday ut 11:30 A.M.
M'xed every Friday at ">:<"0 A. M.
Agency  all  Ocean  Stoamahlp  Lines.
For information and rcservati on  apply  to    City    Ticket    Office,
.___»  Thiid  Ave, Phone  200
■_H______________MMH__H____I_
Canadian Pacific Railway
Lowest Rates to all Eastern l>«ln»« via steamer to Vancouver and Co
midian Pacific Railway. .Meals und Berth included on steamer.
PRINCESS MAQUINNA
For Granby Bay, Friday 11 p. ni.
PRINCESS MAQUINNA
Southbound,   Saturday 6 p. m.
PRINCESS SOPHIA
For Alaska. Monday,  January  1, 1017.
J. I. PETERS, General A|»cnt, coiner Third Ave. and Fourth St.
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RUPERT MARINE IRONWORKS AND
SUPPLY CO.. LIMITED
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+ W4TERFRONT,   PRINCE   Rl'PERT
J   ENGINEERS      MACHINISTS   AND MACHINERY CONTRACTORS
* Specialists in Mai me  Power  Plant-   Oil, Steam, or Guooline.
* B. C. Const Agentst lor the Bill ish   li'-on.limit   Semi-Diesel   Oil   En
tile most leliable an      economical,    and    the    cheapest    3
5
(•ir.e
power for tlshliiK  boats, _ngn ur ' passenger vesscis.
St*el, Iron, Oils, Wire Rope, Balata Beltin, B. O.     Wood   Pulley   j
Columbian Bronze Propell ers. Storage Batteries, Dynamos ai>-
Marine Accessories. J
ai,s—First-class equipment    and stuff for machine and "hip .v~ T
pairs. ti
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or other  .social  ulVuirs
RAILWAY MEN'S HALL
torinerly Kulen Island Hull
Apply W. McLEOI)
Phone 537.
WHEAT, OATS, HAY,
BEEF, PORK, BACON,
CHEESE, EGGS, BUTTER, POULTRY,
CANNED FRUITS, FRUIT JAMS,
SUGAR, HONEY, WOOL, FLAX FIBRE,
BEANS, PEAS, DRIED VEGETABLES
We must feed ourselves, feed our soldiers, and help feed the Allies.    The need is greater in
1916 than it was in 1915.    The difficulties are greater, the task is heavier, the
need is more urgent, the call to patriotism is louder—therefore be
thrifty and produce to the limit.
"THE   AGRICULTURAL   WAR   BOOK   FOR   1916" ia now in the press.   To be had from
The Publications Branch, Department of Agriculture, Ottawa.
THE  GOVERNMENT   OF CANADA 2
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE THE DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE
ins  Hliic   ISH Ren    Pm
rr-ro-iiATl'
JNOSAVS CARTAGE & STQRAC
12IS   FOI'RTH   STREE'I
JINGLE POT COAL
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nt -imiir nfi'-n ' i -ft    Phm#       •,
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FARKY L HARVEY
encher of Violin, Piano, Vlollncello
and Harmon}:
.....ia of the London, Eiig., Conservatory of Music. Pupil of Lansdowne
Cottell, tiie Belgian musician. Pupils
[prepared for the Associate Boan!,
Vancouver r.entre, Royal College of
Music.
1208 Second Aye.—Plume Blue 27R
PEABODYS'
HIGH-GRADE.GUARANTEED OVERALLS ARE NOT ONLY GOOD TOR
EN CENTS A BUTTON AND 25 CENTS A RIP.    BUT  Thc MERCHANT
AT YOU BOUGHT THEM FROM Will REPLACE THEM IF THEY 00 NOT CIV
NTIRE   SATISFACnON.WJTHIN THIRTY DAYS TROM DATE OF PURCHASE
^- r UT THEM TO THE TEST SHOWN jilixl-^ *
1 my WILL STAND IT-because they are MADE TO WEAR;1
NOBODY BUYS OVERALLS TO PLAY TRICKS WITH
THEM SUCH AS IS SHOWN IN THE PICTURE ABOVE.
IN WHICH FOUR MEN EXERTED ALL THEIR STRENGTH
INTHE EFFORT TORIPA PAIROF PEABODYS'OVERALLS.
BUT IF THEY WILL STAND THIS-THEY WONT RIP   }
UNDER THE HARDEST KIND OF LEGITIMATE WEAR
PEABODYS
GUARANTEED  OVERALLS FRIDAY.
'na
DECEMBER
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!9, 1918.
prince nrp«RT journal
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A FEW DAYS MORE
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TO SELECT
A HOLIDAY
GIFT
Call and look over our Selected Stock
Chocolates in Presentation Forms
in all sizes
Ebony Goods of all kinds
i Special Perfumes to suit every Purse J
Holiday Cards and all kinds of
Novelties
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The Pioneer Druggist,
Ormes' Limited
Corner Third Ave. and Sixth Street
Phones 82 and 200
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| PERSONALS I
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S. A. Eby of Terrace, is in the city,
ile arrived la6t evening.
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Duncan D. Munro of Terrace, arrived in the city last evening.
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Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson and
family of Inverness, are in tho city
WATCH. NOTICE.
R. G. Barnett and A. J. White of
Smlthers, arrived in the city last
evening.
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D. R. Beatty of Kiiwanga, arrived
last evening by train. He will spend
a few days here.
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A. J. Beandette the G. T. P. mining expert, arrived in the city last
night from the interior.
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LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Mrs. R. W. Rogers entertained a
large number of children last evening at a Christmas party.
LIQUOR ACT, 1910.
(Section 10.)
NOTICE Is hereby given that, on
the First day of December next, application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for the
renewal of a licence for the tale of
«OiKK»KH»Kl<HMK><Hr»HKHKHK'aHHS liquor by wholesale In and upon the
premise*  known   as   Prince   Rupert
OR. J. S. BROWN, DENTIST
CrowD and Bridge Work a
'-'&* Specialty
Dfllce:   Smftfr   Block.   Third   Avenu.
Ptname 40*.
B. C. Undertakers
beg to inform their friends and
the public generally that they
have engagea the services of a
First Class Undertaker, who is
a graduate of a Canadian and
American College of Emoalm-
ing, Sanitation, Disinfection
and Bacteriology, and who
holds both Canadian and
American Diplomas.
Lady Aslstant always ln attendance to w« for ladles and
children.
Oflice and Parlors No. Hi,
corner 2nd Street and 2nd Ave.
Phone 41. Open Day and Night
as
Importing Co., Limited, situate at
Prince Rupert, B. C, upon fH% lands
describe:l as Lot 4, Block 32, Sectiop
one, Prince Rupert.
PRINCE RUPERT IMPORTING
COMPANY,  LIMITED,
ALEX. SMITH, Manager.
Applicant.
Dated First daiy of October, 1916. 08
IMPERIAL MACHINE WORKS
o I      Engine.,   Installed   and!  General
g I Repairs.
Oxj-Acetylene   Plant   in
The schooner Alaska, Capt. Nels
Hanson, brought In 70,000 pounds
of halibut yesterday. The Director
brought in 8,000.
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FAREWELL  TAKEN.
I Continued from  Page One.)
»hkh5WO*hmiw<',a«hK^^
I Capt. J. McGee
1
M.M.S.A.
Masters and Mates prepared fi
for  examination.    Compass nl- g
i'unter. 5
Phono Red 502 %
•'NAUTICAL   ACADEMY"
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Helgerson  Block, opposite      1
Royal HaMt
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He complimented the Mayor and
was glad when he heard he was running again this year. He was ssfpeei-
ally glad in view of the fact that {he
Government might early In the year
ask the various, mayors to meet them
in Victoria and discuss certain questions affecting municipalities. The'
ripe judgment of Mayor McCaffery
would  be appreciated.
J. E. Davey sang 'The Holy City"
during Hie evening. Principal*.Brady
recited from Dickens, while V. Davis
rendered piano selections.
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The meeting closed with the singing of "God Save the King."
 O'-	
MAHY IN PRINCE RUPERT     .
TRY SIMPLE MIXTURE
Many   Prince   Rupert   people   are
surprised   at- the   QUICK   action   of
simple   buckthorn    bark,   glycerine,
etc.,  as   mixed  in  Adler-i-k-a.     This
Connection ""'""fl** remedy acts oni BOTH apper
Take notice that G. R. Naden Com.
pany Limited, whose address is
°rfnce Rupert, British Columbia,
will apply for a licence to take and
use 300 cubic feet per second, and to
store 40,000 acre feet of water out
of Kum-ea-lon River which flows
northwesterly and drains Into Kum-
ea-lon Inlet. The storage dam will
be located at the natural outlet of
Lake Katherine. The capacity of the
reservoir to be created ls about 1,280
acres, and it will flood about 200
acres of land. The water will be diverted from the stream at a point
about at the storage dam and will
be used for power purposes upon the
land described as below. ThlB notice
was posted on the ground on the +th
day of October, 1916. A copy of
this notice and an application pursuant thereto anc to the "Water Act
1914" will be filed ln the offlce of the
Water Recorder at Prince Rupert,
British Columbia. Objectlo. s to the
application may be filed with the said
Water Recorder or with the Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament
Buildings, Victoria, British Columbia, within thirty days aft;r the first
ippearance of this notice in a local
newspaper. The territory within
■Rhioh the powers in respect of the
undertaking are to be exercised ls
Prince Rupert, British Columbia, and
vicinity and along the transmission
line between the Power Station and
Prince Rupert, British Columbia. The
date of the first publication of this
notice is November 17th 1916.
<S. R. NADEN COMPANY LIMITED
d-2&-16 Applicant.
by J. H. PILLSBURY, Agent.
COAL ACT.
Phone Red 156
Third Avenue
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THE MOST COMFORTABLE    I
■D
TOURING CAR *
IN THE CITY
Answer* all calls day iv»<) High!
Phone 99
5   Stand:  Front Empress Theatre
50_H>»W*«HKHWM»Ott^
and iower bowel, removing sneb surprising foul matter that ONE SPOONFUL, lelieves almost ANY CASE constipation, sour stomach or gas. A few
dose_tofteH relieve or pravent appendicitis. A short, treatment helps
chronic stomach trouble. The' INSTANT, easy action of Adler-i-ka is
astonishing. C. H. Orme,. Pioneer
Druggist. B-".
TIMBER  WANTED.
Want to exchange two improved
half-sections in Central Alberta for
timber. Apply "W", care of The
Journal. tf.
Skeesn   Land    District,    District   of
Qneen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Austin Brown,
of Victoria,. B. C, occupation saddler,
Intends to apply for permission to
prospe .t the following described
lands for coal and petroleum:
Commencing at a post planted on
the West Coast of Graham Island,
In vieinitp." of West River, at the
southeast corner of C.L. 10-O3S,
thence sonth 30 chains; thence west
80 chains.' thenes north Ml cbnius,
thence ea*t &0 chains to pom' it
commencement
Name of applicant.
AUSTIN* BROWN, a*-*..
LipQCOR ACT. 1910.
(Sectioii 42.)
NOTICE, is hereby given that, on
the first day of December next, application wil! be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of the hotel licence to sell
liquor by retail in the hotel known
is the Nichol Hotel, situated at Pacific, In the Province of British Columbia.
Dated this 7th day of October 1916.
B-12 MRS. MARY ANDERSON,
SAVE MONEY
Use New Wellington
COAL
PHONE tie-
A. E. WRIGHT
rt.viiit-t.il  and   Dominion  Land Sui*
•vol-—Surveying   and   Engineering.
i.ii-ii   Second ivnd  Tliird  Avenues
I'. O. Box  10.
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PHONE 86.    710 THIRD AVE.
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I   Biakely Co., Jewellers,
I and Watch Repairers
* HARRY  SELFE • watchmaker of long experience baa been pw Is
£    charge of that department—_Utl_fac<_on guaranteed.
* See our stock of aa«eta frma the North,    Moke yonr chetce while
J    thej Ihat aad n *• thatn ■__■*>   am Im th* ettjr at ■tlck-pto. brooch
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EYES TESTED SCIKNTIFH'ALIA   br  ao   expert  111   that  Hoe of
work—Latest appliance foa mating
HIGH i*LABS STOCK TO CHOOSE FROM
Corner Third Avenue and Sixth Street
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I Royal Bank of Canada'
J     HEAP    OFFICE:   MONTREAL ESTABLISHED   ISO.) ,
Capital Paid up $11,500,000
* Reserve Fund       SI U.33B.O00
* Total Asset*  . 8200,000.000
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I SavliiKs Bank Department—«l will open an account
J*    Branches   Throughout   '*-      In  aud Bunking Connections With All
Pans of the Unit.     ._ates. Agents Throughout the World.
* F. W. DOHERTY, Manager - Prince    Rupert    Brunch
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 fliven
WORKSHOP-
-SECOND AVENUE   BEYOND   LYNCH'S
P. O. Box 764
ASK FOR
rS¥E ROSESJIIIR
Bi -^Q-Ms Besl
Send for Five Roses
1 Cook Book—
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BEING A MANUAL OF GOOD RECIPES car-'ully
COUPON
Write   Name   and   Add.**,    plainly.
Don't forget to .nclox: Tec Cant*
in atanipl
NAME OF nr_M._-._i .
m_  I    cnosen from  thc eoniributinns of over  two  thousand
itucccasful usera of Fiva Roio Fir-' throuefwut Canada.
Alao Uaeful Noles on the various classes gf good things
to eat. al! of which have  L .^ carefully  checked and
     re-chccked by competent authority'.
ttittis your Envelope lo LAKE OF THE WOODS HILUH6 CO. IIWITEO. WIHHIPE6
« Distributors Prince Rupert, B.C
v-:'l-;u'..!.'T & MOBLEY KELLY.  DOMGI.AN * i'ip

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