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VOL. VII.
PRINCE RUPERT, I!. ('., SUNDAY,  FEBRUAR
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TRAWLING IS NOW PROVING SUCCESS HERE
THE CITY'S OUTLOOK REGARDED AS BRIGHT
Getting' Prepared For Hostilities
HAT .SUCCESSFUL RAID T  T       ' 1       P J
1 rawling Proving
Success Off Port
On Later Attempt
The James Carruthers of the Canadian Fish & Cold Storage Company,
has returned from the third attempt
made at trawling, with about 75,-
000 pounds of fish. This Is regarded
as a successful nip after being out
only four days.
The taking of Bah in tin's way is
in the experimental stage as far as
this coast Is concerned. It is, however, very popular off the coast of
Great Britain, By this method soles
arfa other cheap varieties of fish are
taken nnd can be put on the market
at a price thai is tempting. It is expected that ilie Cold Storage Company will continue this method now
that It Is found to be successful.
There is a splendid market for
cheap flsli for the soldiers at the
front. Major Oreen, who Is the expert engaged by Ihe Dominion Oov-
ernment to secure a study market for
the Canadian fish, is authority for
the statement that he is able to place
about two million andji-half pounds
a week of good fresh fish delivered
to the Atlantic coast. Of this amount,
he says the Canadians will take
about one million pounds weekly,
while the British end of the service
will  take the remainder.
Under these conditions there would
appear to be an excellent market
outside the civilian rations altogether. Information gleaned In the east
would serve lo indicate that t.he Cold
Storage will pursue a more aggressive business in the fish line than
has  been the case in the past.
SU11MARINES ARE
STILL WORKING
DEVASTATIONS
London, Feb. 10.—German submarines continue their ruthless War-
HINDU CONSPIRACY
NOW CRUSHED OUT
Anii-lti ilisli  Plotting  In  India  Was
Severely Punished By Special
Tribunal.
The final act in what is termed the
most serious anti-British conspiracy
since the great mutiny 60 years ago
and of which a prominent part was
played in Vancouver, took place In
Lahore, India, on January 7, says an
exchange, when six of the accused
were sentenced to be hanged and five
were ordered transported for life. In
the first trial 24 persons were sentenced to death, 27 to transportation
(Continued on Page Four.)
FARM  LOANS THAT
AUK AUTHORIZED
Over  Seven   Hundred  Thousand   In
Loans Alloted—Still .$100,000
Available.
Watch   Golrlbloom's   windows   on
Third   Avenue  for  the  newest  cre-
itions  in  dresses.
Up to date the Agricultural Credits
Commission for the Province has
authorized 350 loans to farmers of
an aggregate amount of $733,078,
leaving in the fund available for fur.
ther loans about $100,000. A total
of no less than 1,227 applications
for loans aggregating in amount $2,-
505,190, have been received.
Owing to winter conditions in the
interior the appraisers have ceased
work in there. Recent snows on Vancouver Island have also hindered the
appraisement work somewhat, but
the appraisers, will immediately resume their work on the island and
on the Lower Mainland.
George D. Tite is in the south,
where he w-as tailed by the serious
illness of his father. Shortly
his arrival in Victoria of Mr. Tite,
bin father passed away. He has long
been a resident of Victoria, coming
from Orillia, Ont.
SUCCESSFUL RAID
OF POSITIONS BY
THE BRITISH
London, Feb. 10.—The British
yesterday successfully raided the German positions east of Vermelles and
southeast of Ypres. They destroyed
enemy dug-outs and captured a number of prisoners. The British also repelled several German counter attacks and did considerable damage
to the enemy defences by means of
heavy artillery explosions.
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ROUGH   WEATHER ON
FISHING   BANKS
HAS BEEN MET
United States Is
Preparing To lake
Part In The War
The weather
Washington, Feb 10.—The Government is expected to consider at
an early date arrangements for
convoying and arming of American
vessels engaged in the Atlantic
trade.
It was authoratively sratei! after
j yesterday's Cablnel meeting that, in
the event of the President again going before Congress, ir will not be
his Intention to ask for a declaration
  of war, but that he- will follow liter-
conditions at sea  on   ally the words of his address in which
,:; i LIEUT. NICHOLLS
(N WAY BACK
III. HAS COME ON   BUSINESS AND
WILL RETURN TO
FRONT
the fishing banks are reported to
have been very rough of late. As a
result the halibut catches have linen
small. The George E. Foster came in
with only 7,000 pounds, after a very
trying experience. The Grier Sterritt
after   :llB0 of lh°  Canadian  Fish  &  Cold
Storage  brought   in   13,000   pounds.
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If you can't fight, you can pay—
to the Patriotic Fund.
he made announcement of the sever-
aiue of diplomatic relations with
Germany ami that lie will simply request authority to adopt all means
deemed necessary to protect the lives
of American seamen and citizens.
It is firmly believed that President
Wilson is more determined than ever
that American ships and citizens
shall be free t0 travel the high seas
unmolested   and,   by   enforcing   that
PUBLIC EYE IS STILL UPON
PRINCE RUPERT WHICH IS LOOKED
UPON TO HAVE EXCELLENT FUTURE
The City of Prince Rupert still
stands high in public opinion. The
writer has just returned from a trip
to the east and found that wherever
the fact was mentioned that one
came from Prince Rupert, there was
at once no inconsiderable curiosity
aroused, and there was a strong disposition to learn all possible about
the city. The feeling was general that
Prince Rupert was destined to be a
great city.
frozen fish readily acceptable by the
people of these places.
Eastern Canada is prosperous. It
is probable that that part of the Dominion never saw better possibly
never as good times as it is experiencing right at present. This applies
to all classes. The cities and towns
are busy with war munitions and
with manufacturing, dependent either directly or indirectly upon the
war. The rural parts are prosperous,
owing to the fact that the prices that
are being paid for all classes of produce are above what they have been
accustomed to. The result Is that
everyone is prosperous and the coun.
checking up ihe prosperity to some rcrl to stand by its future and see
extent, but it is hardly possible that that the city gets all thai is coining
there will be any very marked slump .to it. If that Is done the place will
prosper.
COAL FAMINE FEARED
11-   l.   S.   GOES  TO   WAR
Risk Of Embargo Aguinsl Coal For
Cnnuilu.
Phis is easy to understand. All
tare and today sunk four more recognize that the city is the cen-
steamers, one British and three Nor- ' tve of the fishing industry and that,
wegian. : it is destined to become an Important
Two Norwegian officers lost their ; port on the Pacifii-. The writer had !try looks it.
lives when the enemy submarines I occasion to visit towns in western; Just what effect the cessation of
shelled tbe steamer Ida, owned in Ontario before returning, and there the war is going to have is proble-
Xorway. Since the beginning of the ! he found being offered for sale froz- : matical. That Is not worrying the
unrestricted submarine campaign 72; en salmon from this city, furnished residents, however, just at present,
vessels have been sunk, a large pro-   from the wholesale house of James   as they are making money and de-
portion of these belonging to neutral
countries.
of Toronto. The high cost Of beef in [veloping at
that part of the Dominion made the   Ing  of  war
a rapid rate. The ceas-
iitay   have  the  effect  of
THE     MINISTER     OF     FINANCE
REQUESTS
THE
PEOPLE    OF    CANADA    TO
BEGIN NOW
TO
SAVE   MONEY    FOR   THE
NEXT WAR LOAN
JAN. ».  )»I7
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE
OTTAWA
for some time at least.
In the west the conditions are reversed somewhat. While the eaal has
sent large numbers to the war and
are contributing loyally to tbe various funds, rhe fact remains ihat the
west is contributing with little in re-
urn  in  tlie  way of  munitions  or in
any other line.
Toronto, Feb. 10.—II. A. Ilarring-
The feeling in the east, however, | ton, Secretary of the Retail Mer-
is Ihat with the cessation of the war chants,' Association (coal section) is
the west is going to come into its seriously alarmed over the coal sltua-
own. In this they may be right or tion in Canada. "Mark my words,"
they may be wrong, but Hie opinion 'said Mr. Harrington, "I am not a
prevails that this will be the result,   prophet, bin  if the United States is
The mining possibilities of this \ dragged Into this war we will not gel
district   are  known   of  and   are  re- (Continued on Page Four.)
warded   as  most   promising.   This   Is '. o	
true .to far as mining men themselves ! The Patriotic Fund canvassers will
are concerned, but the general pub- declare war r.u prince Rupert's
lie have very vague Ideas about that  money-holders on  Hie  15th,
aspect'of the country. More exact In- ;	
formation   is  necessary   In   the east j
with   respect   to   Hie   resources   and
the   possibilities   this   part    of   the
country.
There is no occasion for the ri si-
rlents of this city to feel discouraged I
at any stage of the game, The trend I
of good times Is coming westward
steadily, and the general Impression
]ls that it shi -Hd strike the extreme
west this year.
Tlie  war conditions has  evidently
had a levelling effeel  as far as the
mosf   of goods  is  "oncerned.  Where
the wist used lo ' s regarded as the
expensive place t •  ive, it would seem
now that tlie sltuo !on in this reaped
t
has  been  reverse 1  and   the  east  Is
quite as high In ] radically all lines
as   is   the   west.     This   would   seem
likely fo continue,  for the  farmers
of the east, have tasted of the advan.
lages of the high prices and are not
likely to stand  for reductions.
Il Is up to Ihe City of Prince Rn-
l.ocal    soldier    Is    Expected
From  Easi  Any
Day.
Here
Lieut, N'icholls of the Canadian
Fisl & Cold Storage Company, will
be here in a few days, He has returned to Canada from the front on a
matter of business connected with
the Cold Storage. It was very essen-
(Continuert on Page Four.)
right, the issue of peace or war will
be with Germany, and thai hostile
action must come from the interference  with  American  rights.
The State Department has made
arrangements. rcfJ Count von Bernstorff and tlie other German representatives to leave New York nn
Tuesday on the Scandinavian liner
Frederick Eighth, via Halifax lo
Christianla. Bernstorff specially requested that the journey be made via
Halifax, in order to escape the German submarine zone on the Falmouth
route, which will lie evaded by making the voyage round the north of
Scotland, via Kirkwall to Christianla.
The state Departmenl has no official word of Gerard being detained
and Secretary Lansing says thai the
■lews despatch to this effect is not
likely to be true, and that he believes
that Ambassador Gerard is now. or
"ill shortly lie, on his way home.
He will be much surprised If any
other course is  taken.
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First Annual Ball of Hie Returned
Soldiers' Association will be held in
the Rallwaymen's Hall, February 11.
(St. Valentine's Day). This Is In commemoration of the day when Prince
Rupert's First Contingent, the 30th
Battalion, left Victoria for England.
All interested are invited to attend, (it
' i.. o Wanted for the Navy
Thi B oyal Naval Canadian Volunteer
Reserves wants men for imme-
dhy.fi service Overseas, in
the Imperial Navy
Candidates  must  be from
18 to 38 years of ago nnd sons
of natural horn British
subjects.
D A V $1.10 per day and upwards.  Free Kit.
*• ■**■ •*•   Separation allowance, $2(1.01) monthly.
Experienced men from 38 to 45, and hoys from IS to \h
are wanted for the CANADIAN NAVAL PATKOI.S.
Apply to
MAiJOH ■'■ H. McMULLIN, Govt Office Prince Kupert
Department of Naval Service, OTTAWA. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1S11
KfeiWT JOl'HKAIi
$v%(Ut mvcv. journal
telephone   138.
O. H. NELSOX, Kditor
Telephone 138.
Offlce.    128   Third   Avenu      East,
(,-tar M.-Bride Street.   Telphone 138;
-atoffice Box 1545.
DAILY   EDITION.
'ublisued   every   morning   exctut
iday.    Delevered by carrier in tbe
at the following rate, Lf paid In
ance:—
One Year      ID.00
Six Month        $2.60
Three  Mor'hs     $1.25
If not paid In advance,
per Month     80.50
Advertising Kates Upon Application.
Telephone 138.
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1017.
CONDITIONS AFTEB THE WAR.
It may be doubted if there will be
such a shrinkage in wages and com- I
modify prices after the war as some
people are contemplating. In the second year of the American Civil War
the Northern States ran Into an era
of prosperity which lasted for 11
years, that is for eight years after
the return of peace. Despite the Industrial readjusments that must
come after the present conflict, there
Is no proof that the prosperity which
began in Canada and the Ignited
States, a year ago may not in the
main continue long after the cessation of hostilities. There is no more
.,„, „„„ , ,  .      ,,     ., .. , I the New Year should be one of oiiti-
nlert financial authority on this eon-!
H-e railroads, and the development
of the automobile industry and motor
truck building. On account of the
boosted price of copper, Henry Ford
stopped us'ng it; but if he could get
it at a lower price, he would use tons
of it."
Mr. Barron even sees encouragement in the fact that gun-powder is
cheaper in the United States than before the war. He says that the only
hope for a greatly increased production of food with high-priced labor
Is the use of explosives In dynamiting
the soil Into greater fertility. He
thinks that the powder companies
will be manufacturing for the agricultural population rather than for
war purposes. At any rate he foresees
no business depression to follow upon peace, if America does not arouse
ihe resentment of Europe and stimulate a combined trade against her.
"The credit of railroads and Industrial securities would improve, and
domestic bonds would be strengthened the minute peace was declared,
because' Europe's demand for money
would cease, and lower interest on
domestic lines would prevail." War
trade has placed the United States in
a very strong posiion financially.
Never before did it shelter so much
wealth or so much gold. Nor was
Canada ever so well off as it is today.
Farmers, manufacturers and workmen are in receipt of incomes out of
which they should lay aside something to tide over any period of at
the worst, should be short-lived. The
attitude of Canadians as they enter
SYNOPSIS      OF      COAIi      MINING
REGULATIONS.
Coal mining right of the Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and
I Alberta, the Yukon Teritory, the
'Nothwest Teritories and a portion
J of the Province of British Columbia,
jmay be leased for a term of twenty-
one years at an annual rental uf
$1 per acre. Not more than 2,560
acres will be lease* to one applicant.
Apllcatlons for a lease 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 uneurveyed territory the tract applied for shall be staked out by the
f pplicant.
Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $5, which W'll be
refunded if the rights applied for are
not available but not otherwise. A
royalty shall le paid on the merchantable 0'itput of the mine at tho
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 thereon. If the
«oal mining rights re not 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 rights 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 Secretary of
the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent
Dominion Lands.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy Minister of th-. Interior.
tlnent than Mr. C. W. Barron, editor
inism steadied by economy, thrift and
,   ii,    ,, . ,, , , ..    .'"I  unflagging  determination   to  see
of Ine Hostnti News Bureau and Tbe
to-oii o»,„„,  T„ ,      ,   ,t ltne "''"' through to a successful con-
wan strec'  Journal.  Here are some
«vt^0„T„  e, . .    .      elusion in company with their Allies,
extracts from a statement made by-
Mr. Barron the other day:
"The crops of the world are short,
and peace tomorrow would not ma-
t-rially reduce the price nf bread,
i tatoes or meat; cotton would not
go back to in cents a pound, but
lumber might be higher, as fast as
ships could be had to transport It
for reconstruction in Europe. If the
war should end tomorrow, so that
one could see a permanent peace,
there would be no immediate effect
on labor or food prices In this country. Nobody could even buy steel or
copper at materially lower prices for
some months, unless European nations sold our own goods back to
us at a great sacrifice, and If they
did that, the lower price for metals
would be stimulus to home industry.
For instance, if we could by for 10
or 15 cents copper for which the belligerents paid 25 cents we could sell
tons of It to telephone, telegraph
companies, automobile manufacturers and for electrification of railroads. The railroads and the electrical development of this, country
have been arrested by the high prices
of metals. Take the steel workers.
We need more locomotives, more
cars, heavier rails for the Internal
domestic business of this con'lnent.
Then   there  is   the  electrlficnHon   of
Patriotic    Fund    canvassers    will
meet 5'ou on the 15th. Aid the cause.
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 the sale of
liluor by wholesale in and upon the
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
and Sixteen (15-16), Block Thirty-
i*o (32) Section One (1) City ot
Prince Rupert, B. C.
Dated this 12th day of October, 1916
THE   BEAVER  VfOLESALE
LIQUOR  CO., OF PRINCE RUPERT   LIMITED,
GEO. A. SWEET,
o-15 Manager.
STUART J. MARTIN,
PROVINCIAL   ASSAYER   AND
ANALYTICAL
CHEMIST
IAZBLTON,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
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 in the hotel known
as the Nichol Hotel, situated at Pacific, In the Province of British Columbia.
Dated this 7th day of October, 1916
0-12        MRS. MARY ANDERSON,
LAND ACT.
FORM OF NOTICE.
Skeeua Land District, District of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Oliver Brown,
or! Victoria, B. C. occupation machinist, Intends to apply for permission
to prospect for ccal and petroleum
ou the following described SHRDUU
on the West Coast of Graham Island,
In vicinity of West River.
Commencing at a post planted two
allies south of the southeast corner
of C.L., 9,971, thence sot:th 80
chains; thence west 80 chains;
thence north 80 chains; thence east
30 chains to point of commencement.
Name of applicant,
OLIVER BROWN,
AUSTIN BROWN, Agent.
Dated July 19, 1916. alO-silO
TO INVESTORS
THOSE WHO, FROM   TIME  TO  TIME, HAVE
FUNDS   REQUIRING    INVESTMENT
MAY   PURCHASE   AT   PAR
DOMINION OF CANADA DEBENTURE STOCK
IN SUMS OF $500, OR ANY MULTIPLE THEREOF
Principal repayable lst October, 1919.
Interest payable half-yearly, 1st April and lst October by
cheque (free of exchange at any chartered Bank in Canada) at
the rate of five per cent per annum from the date of purchase.
Holders of this stock will have the privilege of surrendering
at par and accrued interest, as the equivalent of cash, in payment of any allotment made under any future war loan issue in
Canada other than an issue of Treasury BillB or other like short
date security.
Proceeds of this stock are for war purposes only.
A commission of one-quarter of one per cent will be allowed
.3recognized bond and stock brokers on allotments made in
rwpect of applications for this stock which bear their Btamp.
For application forms apply to the Deputy Minister of
Finance, Ottawa.
DEPARTMENT Of FINANCE, OTTAWA
OCTOBER 7th, 1016.
vmwrsitTmtsT^wiamxtmHEsm
LAND REGISTRY' ACT.
(Section 30 and 134.)
Re Application No. 8,087,
TAKE NOTICE that application
as been made to register Frank W.
Hart of Prince Rupert, B. C, as owner in fee under a Tax Sale Deed from
The Collector of the City of Prince
Rupert, bearing date the 22nd day of
September, 1916, of ALL AND SINGULAR that certain parcel or tract of
land and premises situate, lying, and
being in tbe City of Prince
Rupert, more particularly known
and described as Lot Twelve (12),
Block Forty-eight, (48), Section
Eight (8), in the City of Prince Rupert, Map 923.
You are required ro contest the
claim of the tax purchaser within
thirty days from the date of the
service of this notice (which may ue
effected by registered mail) and your
attention is called to Section 36 of
the "Land Registry Act" with amendments, and to the following extract
herefrom:—
"and In default of a caveat or certificate of lis pendens being filed
before the registration as owner
of the person netltlde undre eueb
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 cf any unregls-
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 an:' 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 Inde-
easlble Title to the above-mentioned
lands,, in the name of Frank W. Hart.
AND WHEREAS on .nvestigating
he title it appears that prior to the
14th day of September, 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 registra-
lon'ln pursuance of such application
nd  Issue a  Certificate of Indefeas-
ble Title  to  the  said  lands  in  the
name of Frank W. Hart unless you
take and proseucte 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 9th day of
H. F. MacLEOD,
District Registrar of Titles.
To  CHARLES PLANITZ.
Prince Rupert, B. C, this 24tih day
October, A.D., 1916.
Box 731
Feb. 10 Edmonton, Alta
MliVEI'AL ACT.
(Form F.)
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
Dolly Fraction Mineral Claim,
situate in the Skeena Mining Division
of Cassiar District. Whore located:
Adjoining Hidden Creek, Granby
Bay, B. C.
TAKE NOTICE that I, .1. Fred Ritchie, Free Miner's Certificate No. 3,-
229C, acting as agent for the Granby
Consolidated Mining, Smelting &
Pov/er Co., Ltd., Free Miner's Cer-
ticate No. 6.005C, Intend, sixty days
u: the date hereof, to apply to the
• -i-i-g Recorder for a Certificate of
niproietnents, for the purpose of ob-
intig h ('-own Grant of the above
illi.
': rl fuuh-r -ake notice that action, unriri sfii'i-'"! 85, must be commenced "of '■" .ne Issue of such Certificate of improvements.
Dated this 20tli day of July, A. D.,
1916. 127-827
.1.   FR--D  RITCHIE.   Agenl.
SAVE THE
EMPIRE
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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WINDSOR HOTEL
Cor.   of   First   Ave.   aud   Eighth   St.
W.  H. WRIGHT, Prop.
Prince
Rupert
HOTEL CENTRAL
First Ave. and Seventh St.
European  nnd  American  Plans
81.00 to $2.fi0 Per Day
Peter BJnck, Prop.
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EMPRESS HOTEL
,1. V. Rochester V. D. Cotlev
Thrid Ave. liJ-tueen Sixth and
Sevt ith St*.
British
Columbia {
ROYAL HOTEL
Corley   &   Hurgiss,   Props.
5 Third Ave. und Sixth Si
* European Plan
SU'Uin Heated
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LUMBER   |
oal, Cement, Plaster and Brick fa
j AND A COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDERS' SUPPLIES |
! WESTHOLME LUMBER CO., LTD.
X First Avenue       Prince Rupert       Telephone 186   J
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SUNIMV, tEERUARY 11, 1017.
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Recruits Wanted
X Uth Regiment, Irish Fusiliers, Vancouver,
t2i>0 Men Wanted Immediately for
Overseas  Service.  For  Information apply
LIEUT. GORDON,
Hotel  Prince   Rupert, or Recruiting
Offlce, Third Avenue
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Capital Paid up  .
Reserve  Fund   . . .
I'ofal Assets       .
ESTABLISHED   I8fi!i
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Brunches   Throughout   <*■••     .la  mid Ranking Connections With  All
Parts of the Unit.    _.iate». Agents Throughout- tl)3 World.   .
F. W. DOHERTY, Manager . Prince    Rupert    Brunch
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MACHINERY!   MACHINERY!
BOILERS,   EXGIXES,   SAWMILLS,   LOGGING   ENGINES,   MIXING
MACHINERY,   RAIIiWAl   AND   CONTRACTORS*   EQUIPMENT—
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
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NOTICE.
The Red Cross. Society recjuests
that all public entertainments, dances, or other undertakings given
with the object of appropriating the
proceeds to the Red Cross Funds or
the Prisoners of War Department,
fir.jt obtain permission from the Society.
J.B. ROE'-clf., Secretary.
LAND ACT.
(Form N<-'. fl.)
FORM OF NOTICE.
of
P.
Skeena   Land   Distric-.,   District
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE tint George
Tite, of Prince Rupost, B. C, occupation merchant, intet.ds to appiy for
permission to prospuct for coal and
petroleum on the West Coast of
Craham Island, in rlclnlty of West
River.
Commencing at i 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,
KJBVi*
Re
NAVIGABLE    WATERS
TION* ACT.
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BEWEEX   SECOND AND THIRD AVENUES.
Highest Market Prices Paid For ?rj
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Chapter 115.
REVISED   STATUTES  OP   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 7 of the said
Act deposited with .he Minister of
Public Works a* Ottawa and in the
Office of the District Registrar of
Title? at the Land Registry Office at
the Cit; vi Prince Rupert aforesaid
a description of rhe sits anc the plans
of a wharf proposed to be but;i In
Henslung Bay, Langara Island, 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 the first publication of this
notice tho said   Hume  13.  Babinglon
LAND REGISTRY ACT—
(Sections 3« anil 184.)
Application   No.   91,811—Piling
8,818.
TAKE N'OTICE that application
has been made to register CHARLES
L. HEINDEL of Prince Rupert, B.
C. as owner in fee under a Tax Sale
Deed from The Collector of the City
of Prince Rupert, bearing date the
30th day 0f September, 1916, of ALL
AND SINGULAR that certain parcel
or tract of land and premises situate,
lying, and being In the Munieipalty
of Prince Rupert Assessment District, more particularly known and
described as Lot Twenty-two, (22),
Block Twenty-nine, (29), Section
Seven (7), 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
be effected by Personal Service or as
Directed), and your attention Is called to Section 36 of the "Land Registry  Act"  with   amendments,  and  to
the following extracts therefrom:—
"and in default of a caveat or certificate  of  lis  pendens   being filed
before  the   registration   as  owner
of the person entitled under such
tax sale, all persons so served with
notice,   .     .     .     and those claiming  through   or  under  them,  and
all  persons  claiming  any interest
in the land  by virtue of any unregistered Instrument, and all persons claiming any interest in 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   ifor taxes,  and  the Registrar shall  register the person entitled under such tax sale as owner ot the land so sold for taxeB."
AND   WHEREAS   application   has
been  made  for  a  Certificate  of  Indefeasible Title to the abovemention-
ed lands, in the name of CHARLES
L.  HEINDEL.
AND WHEREAS on  investigating
the title It appears that prior to the
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Winter Schedule
Effective January First
S.S. PRINCE GEORGE
THURSDAY AT 12 MIDNIGHT   FOR     VANCOUVER,      VICTORIA
AND  SEATTLE
WEDNESDAY   MIDNIGHT FOR ANYOX
S. S. PRINCE ALBERT.
For Ketchikan, Wrangell, Juneau and Skagway.
January 10th and 24th; February 7th and 21st; March 7th and 21.
January 3rd;
For Queeu Charlotte Islands.
17th and 31st;   February 14th and 28th;  March  14.
PASSENGER TRAIN SERVICE
Wednesday and Saturlay at 11:30 a. m. for Smlthers, Prince
George, Edmonton, Saskatoon and Winnipeg. Making connections
there  for  al!  points  East and South.
Mixed  train every Tuesday at   4:00 a. m.
CITY
For infoi million  nail  reservation!-   ipply to
TICKET OFFICE, 526 TIID'D AVENUE, PHONE 200
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WALKER'S MUSIC STORE
Corner Second Ave and 4th St.
5 Pianos   and   other   musical   In-
5 struments for sale.
g Pianos  to   Rent.
5 A   large   assortment   of   sheet
x music. Classic songs and music,
jjj and  all   the popular selections
8 of the day. *J(
OUaC-CK*I-!KHJCBKHK»lM)JiHS-atHW»Oa4J
Pacific Cartage Limited
General    reum.ng
furniture  Moving  a  Specialty.
-Vlien you  buy COAL buy the B»S1
— Ladysmltb   Lump   or   Comoi
Washed   Nut.
nnd Norman R. Brodhurst will under
.Section   7   of  the  ?aid  Act   apply  to [Fourteenth   day  of  Sepemher,   1915,
the Minister of Public Works at his | (the  date  on   which   the  said   lands
oflice 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.
LAND ACT.
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ARCADE
CAFE
I Now doing business
OPEN   DAY   AND   NIGHT
First Class Service
New    and    Up-To-
Date.
+    Everything
*   Third   Ave. Prince  Ruper
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HAYNER BROS
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..nibaliueis.     Open     Dnj     ami
Night,     ladies'    Assistant    In
^ttendiini'o.
PHONE 86.
7111 THIRD AVE
SAVE MONEY
Use New Wellington
COAL
PHONE lie
Rupert Bakery
i IN  NEW  PREMISES
til" Third Ave. next to P. Ruins Co.
All kinds of Cakes and Confectioneries—With best facilities, including
New Brick Oven. Dread of First
Quality Guaranteed.
PHONE GREEN* 211.
HARRY A. HARVEY
encher of Violin, Piano, Vlolincello
and Harmony
. . . j 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.
1308 Second Are Phone Blue 278
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M ..M.S.*.
Masters and   "times  pivpii
fur examination,   Compaq
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Phone lte.1 WW
'•NAI'-Tlf'Al,     '.'•  UiKin*
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Royal
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(Form No. 9.)
FORM OF NOTICE.
j*een? Land District, District -A
yueen Charlotte Islands.
TaKE NOTICE that Austin Brown,
of Victoria, B. C, occupation saddler,
Intends, to apply for permission to
prospect for coal and petroleum on
the West Coast of Graham Island, In
vicinity  of West River.
Commencing at a post planted at
the northeast corner of C.L., 8,055
thence SO chains south; thence 80
chains west; thence 80 chains north;
thence east SO chains to point of
commencement.
Name or" applicant,
AUSTIN  BROWN.
upeml mcme mm
Engine*   Installed   and   General
Repairs.
Oxy-Acetylene   Plant   in   Connection
Phono Red  150 Third Avenue
ForRent For Dances.
or other soiiji!  alluirs
RAILWAY  MEN'S HALL
iiirinerly Union Island Hull
Phone 587.
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 CHARLES L. HEINDEL
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 Thirteenth
day of December, A. D.  1016.
II.  F.   MacLEOD,
District Registrar of Titles.
To  HENRY N.  PETERSON, Ml.
Soda Creek, B. C.
COAL ACT.
Skeena Lund I'istiiet, District <rf
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOT!! tJ that Austin Brown,
of Victoria, B. C, occupation saddler,
Intends to apply for permission to
prospeit the following described
i:md3 for coal and petroleum:
Commencing at a post planted en
the West Coast of Graham Island,
In vicinity of West River, at the
southeast comer of C.L. 10,038,
thence south 80 chains; thence wesr
80 chains; thence norll, HO ci-:-
thence east 80 chrilr.s tn ,
commencement.
Name of applicant
AUSTIN BROWN. sS-fl«
Canadian Pacific Railway
Lowest Rates to all Eastern P»l<i»> via ateamer to Vancouver and Ca
nadian Pacific Railway. Meals and Berth included on steamer.
PRINCESS MAQUINNA
For Granby Bay. Fri day  11 p. m.
PRINCESS MAQUINNA
Southbound, Sunday O p. in.
PRINCESS SOPHIA
F»r Alaska  Ports, Monda y, February 12.
J. I. PETERS, General Agent, coiner Third Ave. und Fourth St.
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SUPPLY CO., LIMITED
W1TERFRON1
PRINCE   RUPERT
ENGINEERS      MACHINISTS   AN:i  MACHINERY  CONTRAOioas
Specialists in  Mai trie   Power  Plant*    Oil, Steam, or Gnoollne.
B. C. Coast Agentst for the British Kromhout Semi-Diesel Oil Engine— tlie most tallahle an economical, and the rlieajiesi
power for fishing bouts. tn:;s a- * passenger vesseis.
Standard Gas Engine Comr.any'8 Engines and Parts in stock.
jrfhAStol?
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J. S. BROWN, DENTIS
own   and   1'rlds.v,   \Vor<
Specialty
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" ACORN SIGN SHOP
Autos,   Carriage,   and    Sign
Painting.
Work done to snit customers.
All m waut Is your idea. 5
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Marine Accessories,
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P.O. BOX 5 TELEPHONE 313
DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVAL
SERVICE.
Royal Naval College Of Canada.
THE next examination for the entry of Naval Cadets will be held at
the examination centres of the Civil
Service Commission in May, 1017,
successful candidates joining the Col- |
lego on or about 1st August. Applications for entry will be received up
to the ir.tli April hy the Secretary
Civil Service Commission, Ottawa,
from whom blank entry forms can
now  be obtained.
PHONE 554 P.O. BOX 50
FOR
APERHANGING
AINTING
OUSHJNG AND
WALL TINTING
HIGH-GRADE
OECORAITINfi     M
INTERIOR
SPECIAL';
Martin Swanson
CONU   \'
Candidates for the examination In
May next must be between tho ages
of fourteen and sixteen on the 1st
July,   1017.
Further   details  can   be  obtained
on application to the underslcned.
G. J. DBSBARATS, C. M. C,
Deputy Minister of the Naval Service.
Department of the Nava'l  Service,
Ottawa, November 28, IMS.
Cnauiliiirised   publication   of   this
.lip. ertisenienl   will   lint   he   : ' i'i   r-.rr
j3-3m
CI>OI>O«HHH?^H3<KK>0rjl*!-CKi:  :-CO<Hj
B. C. Undertakers
'    \-.-< t" Inform their friends aad
-■   tat public generally  thai  they
hive engaged the servic-ee of a •
lust (ijss Undertaker, who U
H graduate of « Canadian an*
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American College cit liTrr.lalm- '
in«,    Sanitation,    Uistn'ectlon
cuC     Bacteriology,    urn!     who
S    V.tlrss      both      Onnn'lian      and
, ?    American   Dliilonias.
'2 Lcriy  Aslstaui  alwais  in  at-
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i "j   children.
[5        Oflice und  Parlors  So.  ll;,
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C    corner -ml Street ar.rt -nd Ave.
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i ■3««H*^!51>OOIK'^fMO«'^<H>tKK>CH>a SUNDAY, FEBRUARY
PRINCE   RUPERT JOS'ItNAT,
GET A HOT WATER
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one.    Have one ready.
We have them at all Prices
From $150 up
Ormes' Limited
The Pioneer Druggist,
Corner Third Ave. and Sixth Street
Phones 82 and 200
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DEI'Ali
I'.MENT   OF THE   NAVAL
SERVICE.
Certificate of  Improvements.
Sealed Tenders addressed to the
undersigned will be received up to
noon on February 20th, 1917, for
supplies of Steaming Coals for II. M.
Imperial and Canadian Ships and
Vessels at Prince Rupert, II. C, for
the Fiscal Year ending 1st April,
1917.
Forms of tender and all information may be obtained by applying to" Improvements, for the purpose of nb.
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LOCAL AND  PERSONAL
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J. I'  Strang of the Sunnyside Can.
a* ■   , Is in the city.
iron beds at  cut  in
I    .-  tnid-winter sale.
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NOTICE.
Independence; Low Pass; Totem
Monarch and Lone Wolf Fraction
Mineral Claims, situate in the Skeena
C-nsoIidated Mining, Smelting &
Tower Co., Ltd., Free Miner's Certificate No. 6,0050, intend, sixty clays
"ram the date hereof, to apply to the
Mining Recorder for a Certificate of
Robt. Ja aiieson of Skei na l Jross-
ing, is in the city tor a i<-\\  days.
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The Patriotii Fund needs to u dollars this year for one last year. Do
your part.
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V, hen Buying Coal net the beat. It
costs the same. New Wellington
*«ul—Phone 110. tf.
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Col Ibloom has a large shipment
of i'm most up-to-date dresses ready-
to put on sale.
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The soldiers are fighting for you.
Help their families then by support-
ii:    'lie Patriotic- Fund.
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Right prices are charged by Gold-
bloom for his new dresses which
are being offered for sale.
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Christian Science Society services
are held every Sunday at 11 a, m,
Sunday School at 12 noon. Wednesday evening meeting at S o'clock.
Hays Building, 245 Second Avenue.
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Could you fight well in the trenches If your family were in need at
home? The Patriotic Fund sees the
loved ones are fed.
LIEUT. NIC HOLLS
(Continued  from  Page One. i
ti,:i toy him to come to Canada and
I, are was granted.
v,f| transacting business in the
east with Sii William Mackenzie and
others he will come wes: for a few-
days.
Lieut. Nicbolls is now in the field
mortar section and has escaped prac-
tlally  without  Injury.
IL- says thai Col, C. W. Peck from
Ii n Is the most popular officer from
British Columbia with bis men. He
saw Col, Peek a short time before
coming to this country.
RAW FUR      RAW FUR
TRADERS and TRAPPERS
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I The EDMONTON FUR EXCHANGE,
f     LIMITED   ==============
IS NOW OPEN  FOR BUSINESS   AND   OFFERS   FACILITIES
EXCELLED FOR BUYING AND  SELLING  PUB.
UN-
COAL  FAMINE   FEARED.
(Continued  from   PnKo One.)
another pound of coal across the border. The demands of the navy alone
will be enormous, passenger trains
should bo cut off with the exception
of the mail trains for a week or ten
days. This has long ceased to be a
municipal matter. It is of national
importance. It Is necessary to move
all (he coal possible. Nol only ihe
commercial interests of the country
are threatened but Imperial Interests
are involved. If the I'liited States is
forced to abandon it? neutrality one
or (lie first moves will be an embargo on coal.
the undersigned.
The   lowest    or   any   tender   not
necessarily accepted.
(Signed)   GEO.  PHILLIPS.
' Naval Store Officer,
II. M. C. Dockyard,
feb. 8 Esquimau, B. C.
Unauthorized   publication   of  this
advertisement will not be paid for.
The^orning Journal
50c. per Month
t:.Ining a Crown Grant of the above
Granby Bay, B. C.
TAKE NOTICE that I, J. Fred Ritchie, Free Miner's Certificate No. 3,-
229C, acting as agent for the Granby
Mining Division of Cassiar District.
Where located: On Falls Creek,
claim.
And further take notice that ac-
lion, under section 85, must be commenced before the Issue of such Certificate of Improvements.
./.   FRED   RITCHIE,   Agent.
MANY IN PRINCE RUPERT
TRY SIMPLE MIXTURE
Many Prince Rupert people tire
surprised at the QUICK a-tion of
simple buckthorn hark, glycerine,
etc., as mixed in Adler-i-ka. This
uiirrple remedy nets on BOTH upper
and lower bowel, removing such surprising foul matter that ONE SPOON-
FUL lelieves almost ANY CASE r:on-
|stIpation, sour stomach or gas. A few
doses often relieve or prevent appendicitis. A short treatment helps
j chronic stomach trouble. The INSTANT, easy action of Adler-1-ka is
astonishing. C. H. Ormc-, Pioneer
Druggist. g-c.
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Qo>    [yi      The Empire needs food.     If you are not in tho fight-
tD&Vfi litti •    , ins line you may be in the producing line.    Labour
 1 it; limited-  all the more reason to do more than ever
before. Grow food for the men who r. re fighting for you. The Allies need all the food that.
you cari prodv.ee. Every 'htlc helps. You are re:poncib'o for your own work. If you
CRtjnot produce as much :•..; yon would like, produce all you can. Work with the right
Spirit. Put f:::ht.r.;; energy into your effort and produce now when it counts. The more
yo". r "• Jucs tha :r.or-3 you can save.   Producing and sr.ving are war-service.
HINDI   CONSPIRACY.
(Continued  from  Page One.)
for life and six others to various
terms of Imprisonment. At the second trial, which took place last
month, six were given the death sentence and 45 were ordered transported for life, while eight were given
various terms of imprisonment.
II is Interesting to know that
Lleut.-Major Matter, who is now in
Prince Rupert, was previously In
Canada in connection with investigations  into  this  mutiny.
MODERN EXPERT EFFICIENT
Our Location is Central in Edmonton.
mi: PREMISES ARM
Dry       Cool       Fire-Proof       Sanitary
Our Show Rooms wherein the fur is examined bj the buyers is
The Largest In Canada
We do not buy fnr.    We sell your  fur  hy  competitive  sale  to  the
highest bidder, thus assuring you of the highest market price at all
limes.
OUR SALES ARE
ADVERTISED WIDELY
We carry insurance on your fur while in the Exchange. Wc charge
you n commission of S per cent, for selling. We eive real service
nnd more money.
Correspondence Invited
Send your next Shipment to
i The Edmonton Fur Exchange, Ltd.
• Adams Building      -      Edmonton, Alfca.
GAMBLING GAME
RUDELY INTERRUPTED
lYY   Y-.T   ! ".'v \\Y    F.fftflPnt
In war-time do not waste time and energy on tmim-
ponuiit and unprofitable work. Economize labour.
Put off unproductive work till after the war, and, if
possible, help in producing something needed now. Let us not waste labour. Canada
needs it all. If possible help to feed the Allies. Make your backyaid a proactive garden.
Cultivate it with a will.    Make your labour count for as much as possible.
HO
Hoi Waste Materials
There should be no waste in war-time. Canada could
pay the annual interest on her war expenditure out
of what we waste on our farms, in our factories, in
our homes. Every pound of food saved from waste is as good as a pound of increased
production. The way for a nation to save is for every individual to save. France is strong
to-day because of thrift in time of peace. The men and women of Great Britain are not
only " doing " but are learning to " do without."
Spend Your Money Wisely
Practise economy in the home by eliminating luxuries.    Wasting our dollars here weakens our strength
at the  Front.     Your savings   will help Canada to
finance the war.    Save your money for the next Dominion War issue.    There can be no
better investment.
THE   GOVERNMENT   OF   CANADA 6
THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE THE DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE
Local   Police  Suddenly Appear And
Spoil An Otherwise Enjoyable
Evening.
i ubmariue poker rooms, were
rather rudely surprised by a police
squad early this morning at 1:30,
consisting of Constables Adams, Mi-
Cllnchy and Bally,
Where the surprise party came
from no one seems to know. In one
room a rather enjoyable poker game
«:'.- in progress, when the "jack-pot"
was suddenly seized by the uninvited
guests.
In an adjoining room were found
two colored gents who were shooting
"craps" in a truly southern style on
a home-made folding "crap" table,
which appeared to serve the purpose,
If one was to judge by the interest
taken in the game.
All ihe guests willingly accompanied Ihe police scpiad to headquarters, where they were relieved of a
li'ilc- cash. They will appear Monday
morning.
TTMBER  WANTED,
Wan* te exchange two Improved
half-sections In Central Alberta for
timber. Apply "W", care of Tlie
Journal. tf.
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or Built Complete
FISHERMEN TAKE NOTICE
Wil-
not build you; own boat from   sweet's   Knock-Down   Frames'"
Price Lis! mid Catalogue Freely (liver
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