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PRINCE! Rl PERT, B. C, WE DNEBDAY, JAMARV B, 1017.
Price 5 Cents.
No.
MAY WORK COPPER RIVER IRON DEPOSITS
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Request On High Cost Of Living Before City Council
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Success Is Attending Allies Against The Enemy's Lines
Rumored That Iron
Properties In District
May Be Investigated
CANADIAN BOATMEN
TO CARRY SUPPLIES
UP EUPHRATES
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There is a rumor that the iron properties on the Copper River are to
be investigated by representatives of
British capital, with the idea ot carrying  out  development  work there.
The  report  is that,  it  the  deposits
prove satisfactory they will be worked.    It is even  rumored  that steel
works are in contemplation here, with
the ship yard in view as one field for
supplying.
The  iron  deposits on  the Copper
River are some little distance from
the Skeena, but easily brought  out
by means of a railway that can be
built right to the place.
There has been considerable work
done at the property proving up the
character of the deposit.' It has been
proved to be a very extensive area.
The iron is a limonite and occupies
a   large  basin.   It  is  easily   worked
and  readily shipped to the railway.
..i9h.n  V.  Rittenhouse  of   this  place
has  held  a  large  interest  in  these
for some time and has. been seeking
to interest capital in them.
The ore, according to analysis, has
over 50 portent, iron in it. The rail
connection with the G. T. P. would
be only about 60 miles up the Copper j 	
along an easy route. Developed to Us j     petrograd,  Jan.   2.—South  of the
Pinsk the enemy has made several
attempts to advance but the Russians
have repelled every German effort.
The Germans are using asphyxiating
gas shells in an attempt to relieve
the Russian pressure southwest of
Brody on the Galician front.
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AUSTRALIA VISITED
BY CYCLONE AND
MANY LIVES LOST
Prince Albert, Jan, 2.—A commis'-
sion has been forwarded by the British Government to Capt. J. M. MacLeod of this city, to recruit fifty
boatmen who are to be employed at
river transport service on the Tigris
and Euphrates Rivers in carrying up
supplies to the British troops fighting
the Turks. The project in which
these men from Canada will be engaged is believed to be similar to
that in which those who went from
Canada for the Nile expedition were
occupied. Captain MacLeod was the
pioneer in steam navigation on the
Peace River and he has operated
boats on practically every large river
in Canada.
It is understood that five hundred
river men from all over Canada are
to be assembled at Montreal to go
to England  for training.
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RUSSIANS ARE
HOLDING BACK
GERMAN ENEMY
fullest, the raw material for most
entenslve rolling works «ould, it is
promised, be found there and the
material for operating the ship yards
here be found right at hand.
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ONTARIO FAVORS
PUBLIC CONTROL OF
HYDRO-ELECTRIC
Toronto, Jan. 2.—The electors of
Ontario   have   decided   in   favor   of j 	
the public control of the extension | London, Jan. 2.-—Northern and
of the hydro-electric current. Hamil- , central Queensland have been flood-
ton and Goderich were the only ex- ed ag the result of a cvclone. One
ceptions. I hundred persons are believed to have
 been drowned and fifty bodies have
een recovered.
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RIOTS IN ONTARIO
CITY OVER CHANGE
IN ITS NAME
Kitchener, Ont., Jan. 2.—Following a sweeping election victory confirming the changing of the name of
Berlin, Ont., to that of Kitchener,
members of the 118th Battalion, on
furlough, paraded the streets of the
town. One person, opposing the
changing of the name of the town
from Berlin, endeavored to mutilate
a Union Jack, which led to rioting.
The soldiers raided a newspaper office twice, doing considerable
damage.
Two of the newly appointed coun-
cilmen were injured during the riots,
one of them being rendered unconscious through concussion of the
brain. On the arrival of troops from
Gait, Ont., the Mayor declared the
town to be under martial law.
PATRONAGE  SYSTEM
RUNS UP AGAINST
AN OBSTACLE
The Victoria correspondent of The
Vancouver Province has the following reference to a local man:
"It is said that Mr. William Man-
son of Prince Rupert, has been asked for his resignation as Chairman
of the Agricultural Board which
loans money to farmers. A new Incumbent is ready to take the position. It is said that Mr. Manson has
not yet agreed to put in his resignation.
"The legislation providing for the
loans provided for the appointment
of a chairman for ten years' service
and it is a (fuestion, according to the
views of friends of Mr. Manson,
whether he can be dismissed without
a vote of two-thirds of the legislature and then only 'for cause.' "
High Cost Of Living
Again To Front At
Council Meeting
WAS SENTENCED TO
SIX MONTHS' TERM
WILLIAM     MURRAY     GOT
LIGHTLY  FOR  HIS
CRIME
OFF
Judge
Young    Gave    Him
As To His
Act/ions.
Advice
William Murray, convicted of taking the belongings of Rev. A. E.
Price from a grip on board the steamer Princess Beatrice, was yesterday
given his sentence by Judge Young.
He was sentenced to six months at
the Okalla Farm.
The clrcum itances connected with
the crime are well remembered. Murray is held guilty of having got possession of the grip on the way north
and to have cut it open and entracted
a set of teeth with a gold plate and
aome other things. The grip, with the
remainder of the articles in it, is believed to have been cast overboard.
The convicting articles were found in
Us blankets when he reached Anyox.
The judge asked him yesterday if
he had anything 'a say why sentence
should not be pasesd upon him.
He said all he could plead for mercy was beciusc of his aged parents,
of whom he wns the only support
since his brother went to the war.
The juriire interjected that it would
have been to his credit had he gone
to the war instead of stooping to
such a mean offence as he did.
His father, he said, was SO years
Of age, He gave his own age as :i:i
years. He had sent all his earnings
a  while  before to  his  parents,
The judge said he could not overlook such an offence. Stealing on
board a boat was regarded as a very
serious, thing. He was going to take
Into account the fact that he was
drunk, although he did not need to
make allowance for it. He thereupon
sentenced him to six months.
PAULINE FREDERICK
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THE  WORLD'S GREAT
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J   A  High  Class Drama—0  Acts
GANONGS' OVERSEAS
CHOCOLATES
81.00 the ll(i\. .'.Vrupied, :eaily for
mailing, address label attached. Just
LATE MINISTER
BURIED IN HOME
CITY' YESTERDAY
Montreal, Jan. 2.—Hon. T. Chase-
Casgrain, late Postmaster-General,
was buried here this morning. Among
those,'attending were the following
members of the Cabinet: Pir Thomas
the tiling to send to the Hoys at the i White,  Hon. J.  D. Reid, Hon.  Robt.
Front. Rogers,  Hon.  J.   D.   Hazen,   lion.   P.
E. Blondin and Hon. L. A. Patenaude.
FRENCH  HELD  HACK
ALL ATTACKS OF
THE   GERMANS
At the council meeting last evening the Mayor was absent owing
to illness. On motion, Aid. Nelson
was elected acting Mayor for the
meeting. Among the subjects that
came up was the question of the
high cost of living, when tile report
from the committee of the whole was
presented, recommending the laying
over of the decision until the City
of Vancouver was communicated
with. At the same time a resolution
from the Nanaimo Council was read.
It contained the following as the active principle of the resolution:
"Whereas the Dominion Government has taken some steps regarding
the High Cost of Living at present
I prevalent throughout Canada, yet it
appears to the people in general that
something  furtlier  must  be done.     '
"Be    it    therefore    resolved    that  BRITISH TOOK
pointed out that the Government,
through the placing in he field of a
vast army, had become a buyer in
the market in competition with the
rest of the purchasing world. The
Government might feel it its duty to
pay even higher for food products
and for clothing than the rest of the
buyers said, and thus had something
to do with the increase in the rates.
Aid. McRae agreed with Aid.
Montgomery, that this resolution
was well timed. It did not interfere
witn tile 'oeal investigation in the
least. The feeling he had, was that
the trouble In no small part lay
with the "higher-ups."
Aid. Casey's amendment to let this
lay on the table until the council
dealt w,th the lorr I Investigation
carried. t .i». i. _, ,,„<
more drastic action be taken to regulate the export of foodstuffs, to protect first home demands; to remove
tariff barriers on foodstuffs required
in Canada; to fix prices on wheat
and to regulate selling prices of the
same as far as, possible.
"Be it further resolved that the
Government investigate or cause to
be investigated the cost of producing
canned    goods,    sugar,    flour,    etc.,  the  Loos salient and  at  Faquissant
prise   attacks   against   the   trenches j which are believed to be under mo- (on the Ypres front.
captured   by  the  French  the  other  nopolistic influences and fix a reason-
Paris, Jan. 2.—In the Champagne
district, after a violent artillery bombardment of the French trenches, the
Germans made successive infantry
attacks on the French advanced
posts at Auberive. They were completely repulsed.
The enemy directed a heavy sur-
GERMAN  TRENCHES
NEAR ARMEXTII-'.HKS
London, Jan. 2.—British patrols
entered the German trenches east of
Armentieres  yesterday.
The enemy artillery has been particularly active north of the Ancre,
on the Somme front, and there is
considerable fighting on both sides of
day at Chambrettes farm and at this
point also they utterly failed in their
object.
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Upon his arrival here last evening,
W, Goldbloom received word that a
nephew of his who went to the front
from Winnipeg with one of the Canadian battalions had been wounded.
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Sale starts Thuisday morning, this
week, Wallace's. 3t.
able price on same."
The report of the committee of the
whole was adopted and then Aid.
Montgomery moved the adoption of
the Nanaimo resolution.
Aid. Casey objected to that move
at the time. He thought that resolution should stand over until the city's
own investigation was to be acted
upon. To do otherwise was jumping
to a conclusion somewhat on what
the   council   had   Investigated.     He
NEW YEAR LEVEE
HELD BY NEW
GOVERNOR-GENERAL
Ottawa, Jan. 2.—Rt. Hon. Sir Robert Borden, Rt. Hon. Sir Wilfrid
Laurier, the ministers, judges, military officers and other prominent
people in officfal and civilian life here
attended the levee held by the Duke
of Devonshire at Rideau Hall yesterday.
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THIS CARD MUST BE FILLED IN AND PROMPTLY RETURNED BY  ALL  MALES  BETWEEN THE AGES OF It AND H  INCLUSIVE
NATIONAL^^P, SERVICE.
CANADA.
1. What is your lull namo7
2-  How old .ifo you ?    •
HUME'S LIMITED
3. Wh,erO do you livo?     Province
4. Namo ol  city, town, I
Streot
. Number
5. In what COuntr,    \
were you born?   i
T   In what country was /
your father rn.rn ?   (
/   In what country was i
your mother bom ? |
10. How much time have you lost  1
in last 12 monthsfrom sicknoss?  /
Of your sight?        	
ti. Wore you born a British subject ?
^   If not, iro you naturalized 7
11. Have you full use of your arms?
12. Of your legs?    13.
14. Of your hearing?
15. Which are you— married, •
angle or a widower?       1
1C. How many persons besides |
your&ell  do you support? /
17. What are you working at for a living?
18. Whom do you work for?	
19. Have you a trade or profossion ?	
21. Are you working now? . 	
20. If so,
22. II not, why?
23. Would you bo will.no to change your present work lor othor necessary work at the same pay during tne war? _.__
24. Aroyouwiliing.if your railwayfara is paid.to leave where you now live, and go to some other placa in Canada to do such^work 7' ^
ASKS l* QUESTIONS COUNT  VOUR ANSWERS
INSTRUCTIONS FOR FILLING  IN  THIS CARD ARE ON  THE OTHER SIDE
^__ ^ig^ill ^feort^ recejw
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i 'WBriNEFUAY, JANUARY :: 11)17.
PRINCE RUPERT JOURNAL
&mm Eupct* journal
Telephone in*.
O. H. KELSON, Editor
Telephone 1!*».
Office:    128   Third   Aveuu      Bast,    -
DMr JluBride Street.   Teliibone 138;
PdBtofticc 3ox l"'4.r,.
DAILY   EDITION.
I>ulilisln-n even morning except
Monriav, Delevered by carrier in the
city At th- following rate, if paid in
advance: —
Oue  Year  $5.00
Six .Mouth        12.50
Three MocMis     $1.25
If not paid in advance,
:„.,   Monl • ■ • *u-so
'.uverttsiim Rates Upon Application, j
Telephone 138.
far as can be ascertained a band saw
snapped and flew up through the
roof of the mill near to where he
was working. He was Bfruck by the
steel band as i; desceu led and his
bead  was  badly  lacerated
COAL ACT.
FORM OP NOTICE.
of
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WI.'li.vi.VliAY, JANU \KY  3
1917,
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<;o\-i;i;\\ii.\t MAY
III V   DRINK
RARE
Strip il'avnicil   11}   Lloyd   fieOi
ui—In
Any   Mvenl   r'urtlier
Restrictions,
Skeena Land District District
Queen Charlotte islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Turner Roth-
well Mullen, of Victoria, B. C, occupation merchan . Intends to apply
for permissii u to pros] eel for coal
and petroleum on the West Coast of
Graham Island, In vicinity of Weal
River.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
(Section ;!<; and   134.)
Re Application No. 00,501.
TAKE NOTICE that application
lias been made to register HAROLD
C. EDMUNDS of Prince Rupert, British Columbia, as owner in fee under
a Tax Sale Deed from The Collei tor
of the City of Prince Rupert, hearing
dale the 30th day of September,
1916, of ALL AND SINGULAR thai
certain parcel or tract of land ami
premises Bituate, lying, and being in
the Municipality of Prince Rupert.
(Assessment District), more particularly   known  and  described  as  Lots
Tin purchase of the drink trade
in Great Britain by the state is be-
Iifvofl to he imminent, says The
Dally Express.
"Ttbe matter has been closely con-
siftet'fid try the Liquor Control Board
dnrins the last fortnight," continues
the newspaper. "Several members of
"tftw board have long advocated the
purchase and the change in the Gov-
enmnftnt has brought a renewal of
lihsiiir argument."
TSi* Express quotes Sir Thomas
WSulna.lrer. member of Parliament
as saying thai David Lloyd George,
tiw Prime Minister, is known to favor
fit* s(*]i, while several of the Unionist members are understood to agree
w.itJj *iim. Sir Thomas believes a bill
ea'liinc for the purchase would pass
tb* Kmtm of Commons without iliffi-
•Wllty,
Sir Thomas Whittaker was. Chairman of the committee which advocat-
y
<"d th* pnrcHase (h 1916, when the
cos* of the plan was estimated at be-
tw<*en £250,000,000 and £300,000,
000. Since then, however, the Government, has interfered drastically
with  th<? production of spirits.
The Daily Express asserts that
further great restrictions in the
manufacture and sale of alcoholics
are certain in the immediate future,
whether or not the purchase plan is
put  Into effect.
Commencing at a  post planted at
| the  southwest   corner  of  C.L.   9,968
tnenca west 80 chains; thence northlSix  (6), Thirty-One (31), and Thir
80   chains:   thence   east   80   chains; jty-Two   132),  Block  Forty-Six   (46)
thence south  Su  chains  to  point of
commencement.
Name of applicant,
TURNER   ROTHWELL   MULLEN,
Per. AUSTIN BROWN, Agent.
Dmed .Jul'   19, 191C. a20-o20
LAM) ACT.
(Form Nu. f>.)
FORM OF NOTICE
and  Lot  Eleven   (11),   Block Forly-
Bighi (48), nil In Section Eight '8),
LAM) REGISTRY ACT.
(Section :l(i ami 134.)
te Application No. 0,085. Filing .",807
TAKE   NOTICE   that   application
as been made to register Jlelvin M.
tephens  and   .Maxwell  C.   Wade,   of
Prince RupefF, B. C, as owner in fee
under two Tax Sale Deeds from The
Collector of the City of Princi   Rupert, bearing dale  the 23rd  ila>   of
October, 1910, of ALL AND SINGULAR  thai certain  parcel or tract of
land and premises situate, lying, jnd |
bring  in  the Municipality of  Princi
Rupert,   (Assessment   District)   more
particularly known and described as
Li ts Seven I7| and Eight '8), Plod
Forty-six, (46), section Eight (8), In
tbe City of Prince Rupert, Map 923.
You   are  required   to  contest   tie
Map 923.
Yon   arc   required
claim   of   the   tax   purchaser   within
thirty-five days from the dale of the
to  contest  the
the   ':ix   purchaser   within J
Skeena Land District, District of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that George D.
Tite, of Prince Rupert, B. C, occupation merchant, intends to apply fer
permission to prosptict tor coal and
petroleum on the West Coast of
Graham Island, in vicinity of West
River.
Commencing at >• post planted one
mile south of the southeast corner of
C.L., 9,971 thence north 80 chains;
thence west 80 chains;  thence south
SO chains;  thence east 80 chains to
point of commencement.
Name of applicant,
GEORGE D. TITE,
AUSTIN BROWN, Agent.
Dated July  19,  1916. alO-elO
COAX, ACT.
IHSTRKSSIXG  ACCIDENT
AT SWANSON PULP
MILL SATURDAY
Oft Sunday afternoon the steamer
Prlftr'-ess Beatrice arrived here on a
Kpecla) trip from Swanson Bay with
B,ft employee of the Swanson Bay
Pulp Mill on board, lie was taken to
the hospital, where he is being treated tor a very dangerous .ici ideirfl
which befell him,
Thr man is named W. Willett. As
tfcl
C  ifliS   a
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DEPARTMENT   Hi'  THE  NAVAI
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ii'Vr.'il  Xaval Collcg,   i n I  ,„  ,i ,
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tf hom   hi . ,!.  cntrj   forms can
:.  ■>   hr.  ,,i tained
I'lHi.ii'iiiii's for the examination in
May  iv si  musl  be i el ween the ages
6l  reAirveen   i sixteen on  the  1st
JWIS\   I ft 17.
(■•"■'irtber   details   can   be   obtained
on amplication to the undersigned,
tt-. J. DESBARATS, C. M. G„
iVepuly Minister of the Naval Ser-
vi«,,
r>()9rlment  of thr   Xaval  Service,
fltlawa, .November 2,8, 1916.
("feaurhorised   |nililication   of   this
fttfYPHtaehient   will  not  be  jiaid  for.
j8-8m
Skeena    Land    District
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that 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 on
the West Coast of Graham Island,
in the vicinity of West River, at the
Southeast, corner of C.L. 8,085,
thence north 80 chains; thence east
80 chains; thence south 80 chains,;
thence west SO chains to point of
commencement.
Name of applicant,
AUSTIN BHOWN.        a8-s,8
Dated July 19, 1916
PROTEC-
NAVIGABLE    WATERS
TION ACT.
Chapter 1 IB,
REVISED  STATUTES  OF  CANADA
Hume  B.  Babington  nnd  Norman
R.  Brodluirsi  of thi   City of  Prince
Rupert,  In   the   Province  of  British
Columbia   hereby   give   notice   thai
•    have until r Section 7 of the said
Act   deposited  with    hi   Minister of
Public  Win ks   n  Ottawi      In  tbe |
Office   of   the   nisi Icl   Ri gii trai   ol
ip Land Reglsti    Offl ■•  i I
< II    ,,:   Prii       Rti   irl  afoi
claim   o
thirty-five days from he date of the
service of Ibis 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  tinder such
tax sale, all persons so served with
notice,   .      . and those claim
ing   through   or  under  them,  and
all  persons  claiming  any  interest
in the land by virtue of any unregistered instrument, and all persons  claiming any  interest  in  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 in respect of the land
so sold  for taxes, and the Registrar  shall  register the person entitled under such tax sale as owner of the land so sold for taxes."
AND   WHEREAS  application   has
been   made  for  a   Certificate   of  In-
District   of defeasible Title to the abovemention-
ed  lands,  In  the name of HAROLD
C. EDMUNDS:
AND WHEREAS on investigating
the title it appears ihat 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
tlie 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 tbe Land Registry Office,
Prince   Rupert,   B.   C,   this   Seond
day of November, A. D.  1910.
II.  F. MacLEOD,
District  Registrar of Titles.
To CHARLES PLANITZ,
d-8        Box 731, Edmonton, Alberta,
rlption ol ind the plai
ol  a  - harf pi i osed  to be  I u Ii  In
ed    .
no p.''. i ingnrn islan I, In
front of Lots 999 and 998, Queen
Charlotte Island Land District, Province of British Columbia.
AND TAKE NOTICE that after the
expiration of one month from the
date of tin- first publication of tin's
notice the said Hume B. Babington
iiiid Norman R. Brodhurat will under
Section 7 of the said Act apply to
ilie Minister of Public Works at his
office 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. this
27th day of December, A. D. 1916.
(127-J27. WILLIAMS & MANSON,
Solicitors for the Applicants.
MINERAL ACT.
(Form !•'.)
( I'll Hit ate  Of   Improvements,
Mint I-:.
'I IGKR and LADY ISA \C Pi. AC.
M Ini ral Claims, Bituate In the Skeena
.: Ining   i ii' Ision of Casslar  District,
IVheri    loi ttod    On   Granby   Ba >
B. C.
TAKE NOTICE thai 1, .1. Prod
Ritchie, Free Miner's Certificate No.
3.229C, acting as agent for the Granby Consolidated Mining, Smelting &
Power Co. Ltd., Free Miner's Certificate No. 5.005C, Intend, sixty days
from the date hereof, to apply to the
Mining Recorder for a Certificate of
Improvements, for the twrpose 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 Cer-
ifinate of Improvements.
Dated this, 8th day of December,
\   D.  1916. d-12
J.   FRED JUTGH39,  Ageni..-.
service of this notice i 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 extrRct
therefrom: —
"and in default of a caveat or certificate of lis pendens being filed
before the registration as owner
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 lias
een made for a Certificte of Indefeasible Title to the above-mentioned
ands, in the name of Melvin M.
tephens and Maxwell C. Wade:
AND  WHEREAS  on  investigating
he title it appears that prior to the
14th  day  of  September,   1915,   (the
ate  on  which  the said lands  were
old for overdue taxes), you were the
egistered owner thereof.
FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that at
the same time I shall effect registration in pursuance of such application
nd  issue a  Certificate of Indefeasible Title to the said  lands in  the
name   of   Melvin   M.   Stephens   and
Maxwell   C.  Wade   unless  you   take
and prosecute the proper proceedings
to establish your claim, if any, to tht
said lands, or  to  prevent such  proposed action on my part.
Dated at Ihe Land Registry Office,
Prince Rupert, B. C, this 20th day
of November, 1916.
H. F. MacLEOD,
District Registrar of Titles.
To  CHARLES PLANITZ,
4-w. Edmonton, Alberta.
The Forestry Battalion
the 230th
Organizing now under Capt.
Shuttleworth wants practical
men
Services will be auxiliary to
the fighting forces n all kinds
of rough woodwork.
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.
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Hotel Directory   j
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Cor.  of
WINDSOR HOTEL
irst  Ave.  and   Eighth   St.
H. WRIGHT, Prop.
PHONE 554
P.O. POX 80
KOK
Prince
Rupert
HOTEL CENTRAL
First Ave. and Seventh St.
European  and  American   Plan*
$1.00 to $2.tJ0 Per Ouy
Peter Hijack, Prop.
British
Columbia
APERHANGiNG
AINT1NG
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WALL TINTING
HIGH-GRADE!
DBCORAITING    .■;
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Martin Swanson
SECOND AVE. VTBAR McBRlU
WALKER'S MUSIC STORE
Corner Second Ave and 4th St.
I'i.uios  nnd   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.
EMPRESS HOTEL
J. IT. Rochester V. I). Caaley
Thrill Ave. Between Sixth iu«d
Seventh sts.
ROYAi BOTEL
oi'ley  ,v   Burgess,   Props.
Third A\c
ICui'opemi I'luu
411(1
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Steam llcHt«i
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PRINCE RUPERT JOURNAL
WEDNESDj,
LIQUOR ACT, 1910.
(■Section 19.)
NOTICE is hereby given that, on
the First day of December next, application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for the
renewal of a licence for the sale of
liquor by wholesale in and upon the
premises known as Heaver Whole
sale Liquor Company, of Prince Rupert, Limited, situats at 708 Fraser
Street, Prince Rupert, B. C„ upon
the lands described ae Lota Fifteen
and Pixteen (16-16), Block Thirty-
two (32) Section One (1) City of
Prince Rupert, B. C.
Dated this IL'tli day of October, 11116
THE  BEAVER   WOLESALB
LIQUOR CO., OF I'UINOE RUPERT  LIMITED,
GEO.  A. SWEET,
0-16 Manager
SYNOPSIS    OF     C()\l,
REGULATIONS.
MINING
Coal mining right of the Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and
Alberta, the Yukon Teritory, the
Nothwest Teriloriee, and a portion
of the Province of British Columbia,
may be leased for a term of twenty-
one yearrfcat an annual rental of
$1 per acre. Not more than 2,560
acres will be leased to one applicant.
Aplications 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
must be described by sections, and
in unsurveycd territory the tract applied for shall be staked out by the
applicant.
Each application must be accompanied by a fee of (5, which W<11 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 the
rate of five cents per ton.
The person operating the mine
shall furnish the Agent with sworn
returns accounting for the full
quantity of merchantable coal mined
and pay the royalty there'll. If the
coal mining rights re no.', being operated, such returns should be furnished at least once a year.
The lease wil' include the coal
mining rights only; but tlte lessee
may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface right 3 may be
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 Secretary of
the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent
of Dominion Lands.
W. VV. CORY,
Deputy Minister of the Interior.
WATER ACT, 1914.
liefore The Board Of Investigation.
In the matter of Yule Lake and
Yule River a tributary of Swanson
Bay, Kliutze River a tributary of
Khutze Bay, and .-ill other streams
emptying into Graham Reach and its
Iniets and Bays in Rang IV Coast
District.
TAKE NOTICE thai each and
every person, partnership, company,
of municipality who, on the 12th day
of March, 1909, Had water lights on
any of the above-mentioned streams
is directed 10 forward, on or before
j tie 10th day of October, 1016, to the
Comptr'Mer of Water Rights at the
Parllameiit Buildings a! Victoria, a
Bl iti m.'it of claim in writing as re
ciuired by Section 294 of the Watei
Act. IM4. Priuteo forms for suuli
statement (Form No. 50 for irrlg;
tion or Form No. 51 for other pi
poses) can be obtained from ,1
the Water Recorders in the P   ,' .
And take notice that a meeting
th~ sa'd Board will be held at the
ofre of (lie Board, Parliament Buildings, 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 will be heard.
Dated at Victoria, B. C, the 7th day
of September, 1916. For the Board of
Investigation.
PROSPECTING IS
AN INSTINCT
SOME      INTERESTING      LESSONS
PROM THE COLORADO
MINING FIELD
Knowledge  Of  Geology   Ami   Miner-
alog'}  Essential To Good
Prospecting*
Thi  mining 1 nd Financial lte< ord,
i ii n er, Colo., says: •
l:- 1 rospectinn • b Inef . .1 pn
t■ - -ion. an an or a recreation? Perhaps II ai iki a litl I oi all th< se
chai ■■ terlstics, bul Ii has an Indli Id
nalits of Its >'\\ 11 which ai<, s Ii a not
inai 1 - lie distinctiveness, - tys Tl a
I.cadi 111 Herald    >ei ilinini
:i  matter-of-l'i
.   n   '.'.:■
tental
storii ■■   	
and th      ai
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J. F. ARMSTRONG,
Chairman.
LIQUOR ACT, 1910.
(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 In the hotel known
as the Granby Bay Hotel, situate at
Anyox, in the Province of British Columbia.
Dated   this  Thirtieth   day  of  September, 1916.
Granby Bay Hotel Company, Limited.
.IAS. CHURCHILL, Manager,
oct. 1 Applicant.
,uei    ior
d< Ii rhti ii
■
ul fancy of
I In .-.•■ ■. draw ; id ■ of mining
1. 1 ips form their eastern view; oint.
The gentleman of imaginative turn
of mind who sometimes writes, pros-
jpectttes may seek to cover the mining business with the flatnor of golden profits that are too often more
fanciful than real. But we all know-
that mining itself is a hard pursuit
in which imagination has little play
and which is constantly down to the
hard pan of dollars and cents.
But mining had to serve some
ideals, some phases apart from the
strictly business side, and yet with a
dash of the practical, and that is why
the prospector has always played
such a picturesque part in the history of the great industry. It is his
figures that the artist draws and his
thoughts and emotions, aspirations
and  dreams that the  poet sings.
Prospecting is an instinct, not a
business. The man who combs the
hills does so in response to a call—
the call to adventure, to the life that
is near nature, and to the rainbow
dream of the future. The old breed
that left the cities and the farms
lor the trackless west is now all gone,
and prospecting since the days of the
railroad Is largely an incidental matter In Hie life of the practical mining
man. Why should one go Into the
mountains with a burro when one
can reach the most promising sections in a pullman car, or carrying a
frying pan and hiuV of bacon  :n  the
tonneau of a  super-six?-
After all, this search for indications of ore, for traces oi veins, for
mineral possibilities of anj deseri]
tion, must be based on a knowledge
of geology and mineralogy. The old
prospector followed a few well known
rules. Ilf knew his "blossom rock,"
and iii- outcrop. He speni ic
his time In panning thi '
placer Indications, and he was more
'•■■ .: 11 ntl ' iii the early day n orti
v. !'.■•■, men do 1 ongregate to Interesl
thi nderfool In his claim or to secure Hi much c 1 • ■'■ ■! jrubstake to
develop his groi , : 11 to engage In
furthei    H'os ecting,
One would lik<  to see mon     1  n
men lake to Hie busin ss of pro meeting and give II     1 ssary itai d In
and  ri Bponsibilil.   as a distinct  and
definite lini  of r. W'.r
tin re in"  I"' a    rofesslon known as
: os| eel engin ring," dei oted to
the work of discovering and locating --
mineral pro inn!'.' The Colorado
School of Mines has already realized
,he Importance of this work by offering a course of instruction in prospecting, designed to equip the student with the elementary but specialized knowledge necessary to know
some of the secrets of the hills. We
find men who devote themselves to
the work of developing and operating
mines, others who plan or manage
all kinds of ore dressing plants.
These men take the proposition after
the ore has been discovered. Why
not lift prospecting out of the clouds
of myth and mere picturesqueness,
and dignify it as a distinct profession?
Colorado and the west is platted
and mapped and its geoloey an open
book through the work of the federal
and state surveys. Its mountains
have been walked over and its canyons explored. Is there anything left
for the would-be discoverer to discover? The men who are most familiar with the hills and gulches say-
yes. The experts say yes. There is
room for the scientific prospector,
for a new profession in the west.
-nrriWiiiPTi r—1 —— —— I M il;a™mM<Mrtwii
POLARIS. BROUGHT IX
GOOD   CATCH   OF   PISH
reduction
sssa*.v.^wic.i;::
T-;tst3M<n:.,
ft
DvnjnLmacixn
CANADA from her abundance can help supply the Empire's needs.
and this must be a comforting thought for those upon whom the
heavy burden of directing the Empire's affairs has been laid. Gain or
no gain the course before the farmers of Canada is as clear as it was
last year—they must produce abundantly in order to meet the demands
that may be made, and I believe this to be especially true in regard to
live stock, the world's supply of which must be particularly affected in
this vast struggle. Stress and strain may yet be in store for us ali
before this tragic conflict is over, but not one of us doubts the issue,
and Canadians will do their duty in the highest sense o.' that great
word."--HON. MAItTIN BVRRBLL, Uini-.tr 0/ Agrievllun,
MODERN \..    Is n I ney, by food
well as by i     tan<!      muni     1      l r is our iii     bu
m is, il      th   itn      iti        " ■' prod
that he cun.ti loubly I
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. • cats! I I us. Save'
, 1 ■ ,     to f ti      "-1 ■■      HUM I •  I       '
f Finn,
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I  Hfc.     LALL     Ul"     LlMi   BS3S™     WMiifi™^
TO CANADIAN FARMERS, DAIRYMEN, FRUIT GROWERS, GARDENERS
WHAT IS NEEDED? these in particular-
wheat, OATS, HAY,
BEEF, PORK, BACON,
CHEESE, EGGS, BUTTER, POULTRY,
CANNED FRUITS, FRUIT JAMS,
SUGAR, HONEY, WOOL, FLAX FIBRE,
BEANS, 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" To be had from
The Publications Branch, Department of Agriculture, Ottawa.
THE   GOVERNMENT   OF  CANADA 2
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE        " THE DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE
She Hml .->.■>.0(1(1 Pounds, Which Were
Sold To The Cold
Storage.
The fishing schooner Polaris, Capt.
Egill Eultsen. arrived in port New
Year's with 55,000 pounds on board.
She sailed again for the banks last
evening. The Polaris had been out
about twenty-two days.
Capt. Euksen says he encountered
some of the worst weather he has
ever seen in fourteen years experience on the coast during this fall. It
was worse than that In which the
Onward H0 was lost last winter.
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Big   Sale   starts   to-morrow—W;il-
lace's. 11.
"}.'■'    :   PRINCE RUPERT
TRY SIMPLF MIXTURE
Many   Prinei    i, u. ieo
... tl     •     I      QUICK   .   lion   i
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tc, as  mi:        i      dlei Tl
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and iowei i In
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FUL lelieVi s almost   VN'5  CAfc'l
..    , i   i     ;     .,..■:. V  i.
d ii is in. reliei e or pr< rem nppi n-
[ileitis, A short treatment helps
chronii stomi ch trouble. The IN
STANT, easy action of Adler-i-lta ir
astonishing'. C. II. Onne, Pioneer
Druggist. p.-".
For Rent For Dances.
or other social  affairs
RAILWAY MUX'S HALL
formerly Kaien  Island iiall
Apply W. McliEOD
Phone 537.
PA£gS£
Winter Scheck
Effective January Firs
S.S.  PRINCE  GKOKGK -
AT 12 .MIDNIGHT    FOR      VANCOUVER,      VICTOR
■   SEATTLE
\
WEDNESDAY   MIDNIGHT  FOR  ANYOX
S.S,   PRINCE  JOHN.
For  Ketchikan, Wrangell, Juneau nnd Skagway.
1       in   loth and 24th; F< bruar;   M    and 21st; March 7th and 2
January
lor i,M ii  Charlotte   Islands.
Ird;   17th   nid 31st;   Februarj   1 lih and 28th;   March   i'
PASSENGER TH US SERVICE
Wednesday and Saturdaj ai 11:30 a. in. toi Stnlthcrs, Prince
George, Edmonton, Sasl i ind ,Vinnl eg. Making connections
then   for all  points   East  andSo  I
M ixe :  train ei   rj  Tui sday ai   1:00 a. m.
For Information mid reservations appl;,  to
CITY    TICKET OFFICE, 520 TH1><!) A\ESl'E, PHOSE 200
I——1——jm
iy£&x:m5?zm*>mmv^.waaimmmm
KftiWDTfiiS--
Canadian Pacific Railway
Lowest Itntes to all Eastern i''>'".'« vi.i steamer to Vancouver and Ca
radian Pacific Railway. Meals and Berth included on steumer.
PRINCESS MAQUINNA
For Granby Bay, Friday 11 p. m.
PRINCESS SOPHIA
Soutlibound,   Saturday 6 p. m.
PRINCESS MAQITNXA
Southbound, Sunday <S p.m.
J, I. PETERS, General Agent, corner Third Ave. nnd Fourth St.
RUPERT MARINE IRONWORKS AND     J
X   ' WATERFRONT,   PRINCE   RUPERT
%   ENGINEKRS      MACHINISTS   AXO  MACHINERY CONTRACTORS
SUPPLY CO., LIMITED
?   Specialists in  Mn<tie  Power Plantt    Oil, Steam, or Gasoline.
B. C. Const Agentsc for the British Kronboiit Semi-Diesel Oil Engine—;he most reliable an economical, and the cheapest
power for Mshiug boats, tu-js nr " passenger vessels.
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Hteel, Iron. Oils, Wire  Hope, Balata   Beltin   II.  <'.      Wood    Pullej'
Columbian Bronze Propellers, Storage Batteries, Dynnmos nr
Marine Accessories,
airs—First-class equipment    and staff for machine and ship ,.
pairs. .   .— —„     .*_
P.O. BOX 5
TELEPHONE 313
PEABODYS'
GH-GRADr.&UAHANTrCO OVERALL? £Rt NQTONLY  GO
NCtNTS * BUTTON AND 25 CENT:, ARlP.    But   ' H
(GHT1HCM FROM WILL REPLACE THEM IF TM|
PE   SATISFACTION WUniNTHlRW  [ .-     .'■ .-■■■ .,     |
F?ilTTHEMT0Ti1E TEST SHOWN HERJ
WlLLSTAN
T'. e Morning; .louraal deliverer:,
your pome al 60 cents a month.
NOBODY BUYS OVERALLS TO PLAY TRICKS WITH
THEM SUCH AS IS SHOWN IN THE PICTURE ABOVE
IN WHICH FOUR MEN EXERTED ALL THEIR STRENGTH
IN THE EFFORT TORIPAPAIROF PEABODYS'OVERALLS.
BUT IF THEY WILL STAND THIS-MY WONT RIP
UNDER THE HARDEST KIND OF LEGITIMATE WEAR
PEABODYS
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1    V- AitY 3 1917
prince rfpeht journal
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^T A HOT
BOTTLE
You will almost certainly ne^ed
one.    Have one ready.
We have them at all Prices
From $1.50 up
The Pioneer Druggist,
Ormes' Limited
Corner Third Ave. and Sixth Street
Phones 82 and 200 5
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I PERSONALS I
Thcs. :-;well of  Pitman, is in  the
city.
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E. C. I.a Trace  arrived from the
interior last evening.
Big dry-goods and shoe sale starts
to-morrow—Wallace's. It.
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VV. Bell of Prince George, is here.
He arrived last evening.
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If you don't Ret a descriptive lis!
of Sale Goods, phone Wallace's, it.
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J i W, Uoldbioom returned from a trip
:o the interior last, evening. He
bought considerable fur on his trip.
DR. J. S. BROWN, DENTIST
Crown and Bridge Work a
Specialty
901 re:  Smith   Block,   Third   Aveuu*
Phone 45*.
«H«HMWHWOTH»)«HKH!HiHMHMHMHMl
8. C. Undertakers I
beg to inform their friends and §
the public generally that they
have engageo the services of a
First Class Undertaker, who la
a graduate of a Canadian and
American College of Emoalm-
in«,
and
holds     both     Canadian     and 5j
American Diplomas. j?
Lady Aslstant, always in at- j?
'A tendance to care for ladles and £
K   children. £
5 Ollicc nnd Parlors No. 11 •„, |
3 comer and Street nnd 2nd Ave. 5
5   Phone 'tl. Open Day and Night £
STUART J. MARTIN,
PROVINCIAL   ASSAYER   AND
ANALYTICAL
CHEMIST
HAZELTON,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
IMPERIAL MACHINE IIS
Engine*   Installed   and   General
Repairs.
C. P. Pederson of Winnipeg, contractor for messing for the G. T. P.
work gangs, arrived in the city last
evening.
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Economy is wealth—Vou save on
shoes, on dry-goods, on wall-paper,
on ciockery at Sale commencing tomorrow at Wallace's. It.
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D. A. Rankin, one of th© best
known of the contractors on the G.
T. P., is in the city renewing acquaintances.
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Descriptive price list of Wallace's
big sale now being distributed. Phone
if yon do not get one. H. S. Wallace
Co., Ltd. it,
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LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
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WATER NOTICE.
Sanitation,    Disinfection g
Bacteriology,    and    who fi
Oxy-Acetylene   Plant   in   Connection
i'iione Red 150 Third Avenue
OARkY A. HARVEY
I Capt. J. McGee
Masters and Mates prepared 3
for examination.   Compass, ai- x
Juxtei. 5
Phone Re,! 502 a
"NAUTICAL   ACADEMY"      |
Helgeison  Block, opposite      JJ
Royal naott o
Prince Rupert Journal
50c. per Month
eneher of Violin, Piano, A'iolincello
and Harmony
^ate of the London, Eng., Conservatory of Music. Pupil of Lansdowne
Cottell, the Belgian musician. Pupils
prepared for the Associate Board,
Vancouver Centre, Royal College of
Music.
1208 Second Ave.—Phone Blue 278
Like putting money in the bank—
buying shoes at Wallace's Sale.    St..
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C.   Westaway,   Assistant   to  J.   I.
I Peters, C. P. R. Agent, has arrived
in   tiie   ctiy   accompanied   by   Mrs.
Westaway. They came from Nelson.
Goods of nil kinds rapidly raising
in price, onr prices going down
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, this
3t.
IVCKKHXHltHKHJ&CKKHWHKHKMOtHro
I    THE MOST COMFORTABLE
TOURING CAR
IN THE CITY
Answer • all calls day and night
Phone 99     |
Standi Front Empress Theatre 5
■ckkhkw rKm»i>i«H««HMHK«HKHS
veefc—Wallace's.
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ADIANS *
WAM i ED  F
W, F. Lake has returned from
England. He was rejected by the
medfeal board as unfit for service
and had to return, much against his
will.
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•I. S. Pearse will take charge of
the Westholme Lumber Yards here
and dispose of the stock now on
hand. He will have his office at the
old Westholme Building.
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Charlie Chaplin proved as great an
attraction as ever at the Westholme
on New Year's night and last evening. The house was crowded. The
management recommend tonight's
entertainment as one of special merit,
wiili   Pauline Frederick as the star.
TIMBER   WANTED.
Want to exchange two improved
half-sections in Contra] Alberta for
timber. Apply "W", care of The
Journttl, tf
Pacific Cartage Limited
■ loueral   Teum.nK
I'liniltiire  Moving  a  Specialty.
''■en   ton  huy  COAL buy the  PR in
LadyBtnlih   Lump  or  Comoi
Washed   Nut
Two Ihouocnd Canadians are wanted for the Royal Naval Can-
adian Voltflt^ecr Reserve towards irianning the new ships of the
ImperirJ i?.cy.il ftavy*   Im nediato overseas service.   Only men
of good character and good physique accepted.
Pay $1.10 Minimum per day  -Free Kit
/>5\ $20.C.) per Month Seoaration Allowance
■-r\ MAJOR   .1.   H.   MoMULLIN
, '   -2.    Governmenl cilice, Prince Rupert.
.' '*75C^*S. l**Pt«of th a Novai Serried
"i»  Blue  133 Res.   Plu-n. *»l
UP-TO-DATE
JNDSArS GARTA6E ftSTORMSL
126   FOI'RTH   STREET
JINGLE POT COAL
'«  iiandled >><: us. A.li orderi- ree«iv«
■     ruin ''iiptjiion   Phorr   "*o   68
The Morning Journal
50c. per month
Take notice that G. R. Naden Company Limited, whose address is
Drlnce Rupert, British Columbia,
will apply for a licence to take and
use 300 cubic feet per second, and to
store 40,000 acre feet at water out
of Kum-ea-lon River which flows
northwesterly and drains into Kum-
ea-lon Inlet. The storage dam will
be located at the natural outlet of
Lake Katherine. The capacity of the
reservoir to be created Is about 1.2S0
acres, and it will flood about 200
acres of land. The watei will be diverted from the stream at a point
about at the storage dam and will
ba used for power purposes mpon the
land described ae below. This notice
was poated on the ground on the 4th
day of October, 1916. A copy of
this notice and an application pursuant thereto anc to the "Water Act
1914" will be filed in the office of the
Water Recorder at Prince Rupert,
British Columbia. ObjeotioLS to the
application may be filed with the said
Water Reoorder or with the Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament
Buildings, Victoria, British Columbia, within thirty days aftar the first
rppearauce of this notice in a local
newspaper. The territory within
v.hich the powers in respect, of the
undertaking are to be exercised is
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.
0.  R.  NADEN COMPANY LIMITED
d-20-16 Applicant.
by J. H. PII.LSB0RY, Agent.
MACHINERY!   MACHINERY!
BOILERS,   ENGINES,   SAWMILLS,   LOGGING   ENGINES,   MINING
MACHINERY,   RAILWAY   ANT)   CONTRACTORS'   EQUIPMENT-
BOUGHT AND SOI.I1.
The Vancouver Machinery Depot, Ltd.
VANCOUVER
$++4Jf**W*++++**++++W****++*++>Vf++**+*++W**+***-**+4
**■*•****••*•***+•*■**•*■*■*******•*••■*•■*•■*■****•*•**********+
*
|   Blakely Co,, Jewellers,
jj and Watch Repairers
f    HARRY  8ELFF ■ watchmaker of long experience has been pat In
£ charge of thai department—Satisfaction guaranteed.
|
* See onr stock, of aaggeta front  the North.    Make your choice while   *
* titer hurt aa<! a » them ana**   a* la the city a* stick-pin. brooch   }
X or peadaat if
+    Encourage Home indnrtry ami keep the money ia the city. 4
EYES TESTED SCIENTIFICIA IXY   by  an  expert   la   that  line  of   *
work—Latest appliance for testing. J
HIGH CLASS STOCK TO CHOOSE FROM
Corner Third Avenue and Sixth Street
4.
COAL ACT.
Skeena    Land    District,    District   of
Queen ChaTlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Austin Brown,
cf Victoria, B. C, occupation saddler,
intenas to apply for permission to
;,.'ospe:t the following described
lands for coal and petroleum:
Commencing at a post planted on
the West Coast of Graham Island,
in vicinity of Weal River, at the
southeast corner of C.L. 10,038,
thence south 30 ehaimj; thence west
80 chains; thence north 80 chn, -,
thence east *" chains to polnr ■:
eommencement.
Name of applicant,
AUSTIN BROWN. aS-sS
LIQUOR ACT,  1910.
(Section -12.)
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 in the hotel known
is the Nichol Hotel, situated at Pacific, in the Province of British Columbia.
Dated this 7th day of October, 1010.
0-12        MRS. MARY ANDERSON,
SAVE MONEY
Use New Wellington
COAL
PHONE lie
A. E. WRIGHT
tovinclal  inirl   Dominion  Land Sur-
vni'—Sur veying   and   Engineering,
i :<v(>"ii  Second and  Third Avenues
1'. O. Box 10.
HAYNER BROS
v  I'loneer Funeral  Directors und
SI
Rinhnlniere.     Open    Day    and
■'  N'ichi.     i.allies'     Assistant    in
Attendance.
|  PHONE ?«.    710 THIRD AVE.
mamammamBmmmmammmM
Royal Bank of Canada j
HEAP    OFFICE:   MONTREAL                            ESTABLISHED   1801) J
Cnpilnl Paid up 811,300,000 »
Keserve  Fund       $13,230,000 »
I'otal Assets $200,900,000 *
*
Savings Bank Department—*1 will open an uccenni J
Rranrhes   Througliont   **>•   ,ln and Dmikin- Connections With All »
Parts of tlie Unit.     .(atcs. Agents Througliont the World. »
F. W. DOIIERTY, Manager                 -           I'rmce    Rnpert    Branch I
SWEET'S MOTOR BOAT CO.'Y
*
Dealing in Knock-Down Frames
or Built Complete
FISHERMEN TAKE NOTICE
Why not build your own boat from   Sweet's   Knock-Down   Frames?
Price List and Catalogue Freely Given
WORKSHOP—SECOND AVENUE   BEYOND   LYNCH'S
P. O. Box 704
¥AM^**»***¥4M«.**AMH'+*-^**AMf**AMMf*AMMtAWMM^**AMMMMi****.**»i
ASK FOR
FR! ROSES
&& m^Ms §&
Send for Five Roses
Cook Book—
COUPON
Write Name and Addrett plainly.
Don't fariet to endoM Ton CenU
in eumpf
N*MS i i  i ii—ii
NAME OP OTAI.r.n _
BEING A MANUAL DF GOOD RECIPES cr'ufl,
choten from tlie contribuiinns of over two tJiouiand
•uccesafu! cacrs of Fiv*; Rbie, FIc-t throughout Canada.
Al»3 U»ehil Notes on the various classes ol Bood things
to eat, al1 of which hove t..i> carefully checked and
re-chtcked by competent authority.
aiirtss your Emelopa to LAKE Of THE WOODS MIILIH6 CO. LIMITED, WjjjjjjKjl
Distributors Prince Rupert, B.C
I'KWAHT & MOBLHY KELLY. DOU'OL.A.s ,v ,

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