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PRINCE RUPERT, B. t\,   THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1016.
Price S Cenfs.
No.   236.
Prof. Hering's Address
Delivered Here Upon
Christian Science
The address delivered by Prof
Hering on Tuesday evening in lhe
Westholme Theatre upon lhe subject
of Christian Science proved very interesting. The lext of the address is
given herewith:
Professor Hering said In part:
Surely one of the most Important
questions to mankind is that of healing the healing of sin, sickness, sorrow, and suffering; the attainment of
health, happiness, success and peace.
. The whole world Is in need of healing; and it Is very evident that there
Is a great demand for some better
means of healing the ills of the world
than is in general use today.
From the Gospels we learn that
Christ Jesus, our Saviour, was the
Great Physician, the Divine Healer
who has for all time set the standard
of perfect healing before humanity.
The Gospels record many instances
of the healing of physical disease by
Christ Jesus. He restored a withered
hand; he healed a cripple, and a man
born blind; he healed cases, of paralysis, leoprosy, dropsy, hemorrhage,
epilepsy, violent insanity, and he
raised the dead; although these modern terms are not always used In the
Bible.
Teachings X'ot Understood.
Many have always believed these
teachings and works, but they have
not presumed to understand them,
much less have they thought even to
attempt to repeat them. They have
accepted the Bible, but have not apprehended practically much of its inspiring' truth. Yet even a partial
recognition of the demands made by
our Master's teaching upon our life
and conduct, reveals their supreme;
importance, and their redemptive
greatness. Hence these nnestions
must appeal to all thoughtful Chris- '
tlans: — Is it possible for Jesus teachings to lie obeyed today? Arc they
true or hot? If not true, where is
the basis of Christianity? If true,
why are not their healing demands
fulfilled?
Believers in the Bible cannot ignore the fact that spiritual healing
was accomplished during Jesus' time
SIR GEORGE FOSTER
IS COMING HERE
MINISTER  Ol    TRADE  AXD  COMMERCE WILL BE IN PRINCE
RUPERT NEXT MONTR
CORRESPONDENT
MAKES HIS REPLY
have been effected through the opera-  Well    Known    Statesman    Due    To
tion of some law, and that there must ' Arrive Here Septem-
by himself and by his disciples, and !
have been a Principle and a Science
back of it. Moreover, it is very evident that if this. Principle and Science
were known and applied today, the
same healing results would follow.
Non-believers In the Bible and in
what are called miracles are confronted with the fact that this healing is taking place today in their very
midst and through purely spiritual
means, which fact can be determined
by any sincere Investigator; yet they
deny the availability of spiritual
power over material things because
they do not understand spiritual law
and the Principle which operates in
Christian healing.
Healing Done Spiritually,
Let us then consider this Science
of Christian healing, its Principle
and rule, and see how these may be
applied today. At the outset we
should recognize the fact that a careful study of Ihe gospel records shows
that Christian healing was effected
through spiritual and not material
means; therefore, it can be understood and practiced only spiritually;
that is, on a spiritual basis, which
means a metaphysical basis, a basis
beyond physics, and therefore apart
from matter. Here Is where the
trouble lies, for it is very difficult
for most of us to see how physical results can be obtained through spiritual means.
. Qne cause for this difficulty Is the
failure to apprehend the relationship
between the inner world of thought.
and  the outer  world  of phenomena
and thus to grasp the mental nature
jof existence.    This is due mainly to
|the prevailing belief in matter, which
I is    conceded    to    be    the    greatest
stumbling block to an understanding
of Christian healing nnd to belief in
; tlie Bible itself. Let us then consider
■ this question, though very briefly, and
i first, from the viewpoint of the physi-
,cal sciences.
i Kinetic Nature Of Matter.
To human sense there is a creative.
governing, controlling power or influence called force, and a substance
ber 15.
Sir George Foster, Minister of
Trade and Commerce in the Dominion Government, will be here next
month. He Is coming with the Dominion's Royal   Commission.
With the return of Sir George Foster to the capital, the intinerary of
the Dominion's Royal Commission
has been partially fixed. The Commission will leave Montrealann the night
of September 4 and will spend September 5, 6, 7 and 8 at Sudbury, Cobalt and the Porcupine country.
They will leave there direct for
Saskatoon where they will spend the
10 and 11, and will reach Edmonton
on the 12. Following that they will
leave for Prince Rupert, arriving at
the latter place on September 15.
The Commission wiTI leave Prince
Rupert on the 17 and reach Vancouver on the 19.
HK  EXPLAINS WHY HE  is VOTING FOR THE CONSERVATIVE
CAUSE
Brilish    Colimiiiiii    Forever    Give*!
Reasons For Hope Within
Him.
ed organized matter, then we obtain
molecules, then atoms; then if we
seperate the atoms into their constituent electrons, there remains nothing of our material object but a form
of energy, a theoretical manifestation of force, in which every vestige
of the characteristics, of matter and
of the object has completely disappeared.
Matter is thus seen to be the appearance, externalizatlon or projection of force or energy, and consequently what we touch, hear, see.
smell, or taste, is in fact force. To
illustrate: What we touch is pressure,
which is force; what we hear is the
vibration called sound, which is force
what we see is the vibration called
light, which is force;    what we smell [than the German nation:  mining de
The following letter has been received from a former correspondent:
To the Editor,—
It Is seldom found In the annals of
journalism that a reputable newspaper devotes one and one-half columns
of Its leader In reply to a non de
plume. There Is some allowance to
be made even for "The News." The
non de plume seems to aggravate. Tf
"The News" and its intellectual
scribe desires to be just In Its publication of truthful information to
those using the franchise he would
have stated that at the time Joe Martin and company ran the Province
into bankruptcy there were neither
public no private works being operated in British Columbia, Yet the Province possessed the same amount of
natural resources as It did when McBride and Bowser took the wheel of
state and rescued the Province from
Insolvency.
Statesmen of note, such as W. .1.
Bowser, believe that a country is
only prosperous when it incurs indebtedness to develop its natural resources, To illustrate if indebtedness
was not a justifiable asset, the British Empire would be committing a
tremendous error in amassing such a
vast debt for the purpose of maintaining freedom to men of nonsense
such as "The News" contributor.
Summary of development under
the McEride-Bowser regime—Two
transcontinental railroads across the
Province for internal development:
highways and trails throughout the
Province, which has an area greater
Trustees Adjusted Work
To Be Done By Schools
Of City During Term
later by his followers for several centuries. Admitting that this healing
occurred, we can but see that It, must
For Rent For Dances.
or oilier social  affairs
RAILWAY MEN'S HALL
formerly Kaien Island Hall
Apply W. McLEOD
Phone 537.
; called   matter,   in   which   this   force
I seems lo inhere and through which it
acts. Indeed, matter seems to be that
which  is  actuated  or  brought   into
.evidence by force;  they seem to coexist.  Vet  to common  thought these
. are   very  different.     What   is  called
. matter for example, is visible to the
'physical  senses,  while  force is not;
[ matter   has  mass,   force  has  none:
| matter occupies space, force does not.
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MAJESTIC
THEATRE
TONIGHT.
MUTUAL  MASTERPIECE
"THK QUEST"
in Five Parts.
Font u ring    Margarita    Fischer
and Harry Pollard,
MUTUAL  WEEKLY
Screening   the   latest   in   War
News and Parisian Fashions
ru color.
"CUPID AT COHIO'VS"
A Renid-fire Comedy of Ghetto
Love.
be an Indestructible stuff, substance
or  enllly   separate  nnd   apart   from
force or energy.
Recent  research  and  discovery In
the physical  sciences,  however, have
rendered   this   view   untenable,   tor
the unit of matter, called Ihe atom,
which  always has  been  supposed  to
be  the  smallest,  possble  division  of
matter substance is now affirmed by
ti   physicists  to   be   itself  composed   of
ti'
ti thousands of  what   are  culled  elec-
* ; trons.. These electrons are tnflnitesi-
* mal centers of electrical energy com-
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posed    of    positive    and     negatl
charges of electricity vibrating with
       I I thus dis,-'
"r'that this atom Is in facl n manifis i-
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Coming,  Friday and  Saturday 11 aggregation, or what is called mater-
Fannie   Ward,   who   scored   a i *al structure and growth, Is a form or
great success in 'THE CHEAT,' J manifestation of energy or force,
will appear ln "TENNESSEE'S til    To Illustrate:   If wi   taki
and taste is a form of chemical energy, or vibration which is force. Thus
matter is a manifestation of force,
nnd not what it has been supposd to
bo.
Mental Nature of Existence.
This, then brings   us   to the   viewpoint of materialistic philosophy and
psychology, from which it further appears that the mental faculties which
The School Board im-r again last
evening to consider the question of
arranging the school work for the
year, so as io get the beat results.
This is found necessary each term
with the advent of new scholars. A
Hnal disposition was made foi the
ensuing term.
A petition had been received from
residents east of Hays Creek asking
for a second room to be opened there.
This was considered Monday night,
and was then laid over for further
consideration. Data had been prepared in the meantime by Ihe school
teachers relative to these effects that
was asked for.
With but a very few children living
in the vicinity of Seal Cove, the work
was a very trying one. It was felt
by the Board that it would be necessary to draw upon pupils attending
King Edward School, coming wesl ns
far as Hays Creek, if the two rooms
were opened at Seal Cove. Moreover,
tiie pupils in both rooms would have
to take their work In non-graded
rooms, thus losing materially In the
efficiency to be expected.
It was, finally decided to have Miss
Macdnolad, the teacher at Seal Cove,
take any pupils in the second reader
east of Donald Street, who wished to
attend. It was decided not to make
attendance obligatory for these, bul
to allow any of them to attend King
Edward School if they so desired:
where better results could probably
be attained owing to the better grading of the schools.
A similar course is being taken
ar Borden Street School, where Principal Murray will lake a small class
in the Junior Fourth in addition to
his other work, in order to relieve
the class nt King Edward School and
ONE HUNDRED WD SECOND
HAS SUFFERED IN FIGHT
Tun Names <u  Soldiers  Known To
Ik' Among Warden's Warriors
lu List.
Among Ihose whose names appear
in the casualty lists of late are A.
L. Russel, of Bums Lake, and Berl
Stiles, of Campbell River.
Both of these are known to be
lri.-mbers of the 102nd, which shows
that that regiment lias already got
into action.
GREEKS WAX! TO
.IIIIX  II' WITH
i hi: allies now
Athens, Aug. 30.—Fifty thousand
Greeks,, realizing the mistake made
by the government and King Con-
stantine in showing sympathy with
the cause of Germany and Austria,
paraded in front of the residence of
ex-Premier Venizelos, who has firmly
favored the Allies, Imploring him to
give assistance to (he people to urge
the King to join the Entente Allies
in the war.
velopment   sueh    as   Granby,    Alice
Arm.   Surf  Inlet.   Rocher  de   Boule; |tn  serve  pupils   living   near   Borden
cities located and developed such ns
Prince Rupert, Smlthers, Pacific, Fort
George, and many others that interest the southern electors.
Keep on the trull old mini and
state whether the spirit of statesmanship and true economy nnd honesty
is   more  fully   exhibited   in   trusting
Street
we shall call sight, hearing, and the to Brewster, the accident, and Pat-
rest are also but different forms of tllllo, the bombast, than to such men
vibration; consequently so-called ma- as Bowser and Hon. William Manson.
lerial   sight,   hearing,   touch,   taste. Now chum, you and I can talk of
smell, are themselves menial impressions superinduced by force or energy
in some form.    In every case it is not
(Continued  on Page Two.)
what we know. Bombast Pattullo had
a trick at the wheel In civic affairs.
Musjt we take his record as an indication of a safe and trustworthy man?
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PARTNER'
teria] objei r anu i ed ice It
Five Acts.
til
4'of mechanical and chemical processes
>f|lo its ultinial
■x   Music is always up to the mark.  J first, destroj whal     ems h  be tin
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A Vote for the B. C.
Prohibition Act
Ls Not a Vote
For Prohibition
THE  ACT  DOES  NOT
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ACT IS CLASS IjKGISL 1TIOX
(l.cud Clause
THE ACT IS L'N-IIRI I i.-ii
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N'o! While chairman of finance hi
ran our city into the most dlsastrou
debt, in such useless works as grad
ing Biggar Place, Eleventh Street
Wafer Slreet, Fourth Street; and
when Mayor, spent three months
touring Europe at Ihe city's expense,
at a cost of some $4,000, and accomplished less than Don Quixote.
Tell the voters what Joe Martin
has done for the Province.
Tell tlle voters how many hundred
thousand dollars William Manson has,
obtained for the Northern portion of
British Columbia.
Tell the voters the record of William Manson when Governmenl
Agenl of Northern liritisii Columbia.
Compare William Manson as
Mayor in economies with thai ol T.
Ii. Pattullo.
Tell the voters why Macdonald.
Pattullo and Company, captained by
their Accident, do nor wanl Scotl
bai k from Seattle,
Si Vi, to ' n :.'.■• • ild ma ind you
■   11 In iiic • nd belli   i as doc-,
BRITISH   COLUMBIA   FOREVER
GERMANY IS MUCH
AGITATED u\ ER
RUMANIA'S ACTION
London, Aug. ?,t\.—Rumania's decision to enter (he war on the side of
the Allies lias co -?<! consternation
In Germany and the countries of her
allies. The Rumanian move means to
Germany the sacrifice of the receipt
of tremendous quantities of supplies
and the necessity of extending her
lilies of defence.
Germany has arranged for the tak-
IContinued on Page Foul.)
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Westholme
Opera House
TONIGHT
Look nl  this programme—the
best    15    cents'    worth    ever
offered.
.1.  Warren  Kerrigan tlie great
Broadway Star, In a great Red
Feather Photoplay.
"THE POOL OF FLAME"
By Louis M. Vance, In five acts
Richard Stanton nnd Jane Novak in the lliih Episode of
"GRAFT"
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Friday    The    Ru, erl    C
and all-star Ruperl rasl  in ai
original  Faro   i nlil led
"THE  BARBER"
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IXSI RANI I-: IN ALL  ITS  liRANI HKS
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HEAL ESTATE
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Telephone 1.38.
O. H. NELSON, Editor
Telephone 1.18.
OCrce:   1-8   Third. Aveiai.,   East,
near McBride Street.  Telphone 3 38;
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DAILY EDITION".
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1916,,
being is the only true God, the God,disease  and  death  disappears  when
of Truth   whom  Si. John  defines as, the  light  of the  Christ,   Truth,  the'
Love. s:\'in;;. "God is love." light   that   lighteneth   the   world,   is
Tlie universe which is created and  brought to bear upon it by being re-
forever sustained by God, must be
like its Creator, since like betrets
like; hence man, the real man, as defined in the first chapter of Genesis.
is not material, but spiritual consciousness; not evil but good, not mortal, but Immortal. Thus we see thai
fleeted     in     consciousness     through
j right, spiritual knowing.
This knowing of Truth is leaRcon-
Isclousness, the consciousness of the
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; real man, God's man. It is communion wilh our heavenly Father-
Mother God, infinite Love, li is true
sense,  being  unlike  this  divine  reality, are unreal.
Because of their limitations, Truth
cannoi be perceived through the five
physical senses."   Truth is discer
(nnly    through    the    understanding,
I which    is   a   faculty   entirely   apart
ADDRESS DELIVERED  f,n,»   Physical   sense.   To  Illustrate:
  j We do not see the truth of aimathe-
PROF. WRING'S
all re'ality, every expression of tlie j Christian prayer, "Not my will, but
divine activity, is indestructible. un-!'hine bc' done'" tbe Mnum constant
changing, perfect, harmonious, spirit- nrayer '"' ",0 ,'lll'itllial1 Scientist, and
ual; consequently whatever has not Bucn Prayer in l,ls oame ls answered
these qualities and attributes Is not ln heal,D« the silk' reforming the
real.     Hence,  matter,   mortal   mind. |s,nner and supplying all our human
needs.
A Necessary Discrimination.
Since Christian Science healing,
which we now see to be scientific
Christian healing, involves the know-
I Ing of spiritual Truth, the recognition of material error as error, and
the application to the error of the
specific, anlidoting, divine Truth
which corrects and heals it, it is not
(Continued  from  Page One.)
matlcal  problem   through  the  sense !Hypnotism,   not   mental   suggestion,
of sight, or by merely looking at the
nol
the mere Influence of one human
i. r.iter or an object which cognizes figures used. The truth lies hack ofimind over another, nol mental domi-
or is cognized, but a mental phenom- the figures nnd is discernible only i nation, or the exercise of the human
enon experienced In consciousness, through mathematical understanding, will commonly called will-rower; and
Thus we are conscious of existence. So too, the real God. the real man. rc" a right apprehension of Christian
•mentally, and the things we are con- the real universe are perceived only Science healing this fact must be
scion.-, of are mental Impressions ob- Lhrough spiritual understanding. This plearly sc'cn" ' "''" >",lstrate:  When
a mathematician corrects an error in
computation it is not his will which
appearances and phenomena is whol-ltlan Science now makes*- possible to|makes the correction' hut the mathe-
ly   mental.     Christ   Jesus   assuredly all. matical   truth   which  he  knows  and
proved the mental nature of matte,'! Rightly apprehending the distinc- apl5lIeB to the en'0r ,h''°USh mathe"
and existence when he walked on the  tfon between the real and the unreal.  u,atical  understanding. The
we are in a position to grasp the fact
that all discord, disease, disaster and
death are the products of false sense,
and  that they are to be healed, as I
MINERAL ACT.
(Form P.)
Certificate  of  Improvements.
XOTICE.
No. 9 and Xo. 10 Mineral Calms,
situi te In the Skeena Mining Division
of Cassiar District. Where located:
Cast of Carney Lake, Granby Bay,
B.  C.
TAKE NOTICE that I, ,T. Fred Ritchie, Free Miner's Certificate Xo. 3,-
229C, acting as, agent for the Granby
Consolidated Mining, Smelting £
Power Co., Ltd., Free Miner's Certificate Xo..."3,00oC, intend, sixty days
from the date hereof, to apply to the
Mining Recorder for a Certificate of
Improvements, for the purpose of ob-
talu.'ng a Crown Grant of the above
i   ,1m.
And further take notice that action, under section 85, must be commenced before the is.sue of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 20th day of July, A, D.,
1916. J27-S27
1.   FRED  RITCHIE,  Agent.
MINERAL ACT.
jectified—sense phenomena. Thus ex- understanding,   the   perception   and
istence together with all its activities, Iapprehension-of divine Truth. Chris-
water, stilled the tempest, multiplied
the loaves and fishes, healed the sick,
raised the dead and overcame other
material conditions.
When we conceded the mental na- Jesus  said,   bv
knowing   the   truth.
certainly    cannot    be    healed
first steps in the understanding and Ispiritually so  long  as  they  are  be-
ture of existence, we take one of the. They
practise of Christian healing. We can
see that whatever enters our existence, en'.: s it mentally, as a state of
consciousness, and consequently disease, disaster and death are but ex-
lieved to be physical or mental realities. We cannot correct a mistake
until it is recognized as such.
Healing Hy Right Mental Action.
Since Christian Science healing is
a  transfnrma-
periences in consciousness. The con- accomplished through
sciousness which has a finite, dimen- tion or change of consciousness, it
sional concept of existence, which mug« be (]one] mentally and must recognizes materiality, evil and dis- quire some action of thought. There-
cord, St. Paul called the "carnal I fore, we need to consider what think-
mind," which he said, "is enmity jng j8> in order tnat we may tning
against God," in other words is God's | aright, for we know that a wrong
opposite. Since sin, disease and death beJief cannot be corrected with a
are its inevitable products, Mrs. Eddy wrong thought. Truth alone corrects
further defines it as "mortal  mind,"  error,  nnd   we  must   learn   to   think
thus distinguishing it from the Immortal, divine Mind. She also says,
"Physical force and mortal mind are
one" (Science and Health, p. 4S4).
truth if we wish to heal spiritually.
All will admit that thinking is the
exercist of intelligence or mind, and
that  real  thinking is the activity of
We thus, see thai all discordant 0f real Mind. Real Mind, as we have
conditions of whatever name and na- seen, is the divine consciousness, that
tore, exist solely as phenomena and which expresses itself in ideas, the
experiences of the carnal, mortal basis of all manifestation, the Infinite
mind, as states of mortal conscious-j intelligence or Truth. Therefore real
ness. Therefore they are wholly men- thinking is the activity of divine
ta]. and not only can, but should, i Truth in consciousness, the activity
be dealt with menially. Hence in or- ; involved In being ennsrious of the
der that they may he healed, it Is | truth, In other words, knowing the
very evident that a change must be   truth;  consequently real thinking is
brought about in the human consciousness, a transformation by the renewing of the mind, as St. Paul puts
it.    How can this he done?
Truth And Error llfstlngiilslied.
It is manifest that back of every
material or mental discord there is
a mistake of some sort, and thai the
first logical slop in the correction of
the discord is a perception of the
mistake. We detect error by knowing
the truth.
Truth is actuality, that which Is,
that which constitutes real, as distinguished from phenomenal being.
Therefore, by iis very nature Truth
<s inlinlte, wlthoul dimensions or limitations; Infinitely Intelligent, om-
n nt; Infinitely present, omnipresent; It la indestructible, eternal.
Thi Infinite Truth is absolute, funda-
ital, self-existing, harmonious
and perfecl the source of all real lie-
in-. Thus ii is the infinite divine
I'i Inclple which Is idem Hied in Christian Science as Spirit, the Indestructible batai . ns Mind, tin Infinite
cl Soul     icl iding all
spiritual Idenlitj i id Indii Idualltj :
as  Life, Ho- ere Ulna
I conlinuil
as tin i: rent I AM
the  n, in ; who
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right knowing, tht knowing of Truth.
Obviously we can know only Truth,
we can never know error. For example: We can never know that two
times two make five, because they do
not; wc can only believe that they
do, Thus we can never know anything that is wrong, evil or material.
we can never know sin. disease,
deah; we can only believe them,
Since disease is nn untrue experience in ihe human mind, in order
that it may be healed the erroneous
concept must be corrected, und to do
this divine Truth nnisi be brought to
bear upon the error in consciousness,,
How is this in he done'.' Whenever
we think rightly of any truth, that
truth is preseni with us in consciousness, becomes active in thought. For
example, when we think rightly of
the multiplication table, the truth
of mathematics is preseni with us In
on! though! nnd becomes active
' lien Tin's Is not the case, however,
when we do not think rightly of ii.
... n similar way when «'e think
i Ittht] i of divli ,. Tt itit, LII . r'i'n li
I.
rorrect-
ing power is inherent in the truth itself, not in the will of the mathematician. Will has nothing to do with
the result and would stand in the
way if it were used. So, when a sin
or an ill is healed through Christian
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Coal mining right of tv"r Dominion in Manitoba, ?askatchewan and
Alberta, the **■"., on Territory, the
Northwest Territories and a portion
of the Province of British Columbia,
may be leased for a term of twenty-one years at an annual rental of
$1 per aero Not more than 2.560
acres will be leasea to one applicant.
Applications ':,:• a lens- mist he
made oy l.he applicant in person to
til Agent or Sub-Agent of the d:s-
trlc in whirl: the, lights -pr-lied for
are situated.
In surveyed tenltory the land
must Le deoarihed hy sections, or
lega! subdivisions of sections, and
In unsurveyed territory tl. tract applied for shall he sfaked o,,t by the
applicant himself.
Bach application must be ac jui-
panied by a fee of 15, which will be
r runded If the : .gtit. applied tor are
no: available, but not. otherwise. A
royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of 'he mine a* the
rate of five centt, per ton.
The person operating the mine
shall furnish the .'gent with sworn
returns accounting for tire full
quantity of merchantable coal mined
and pay the royalty thereon. If the
coal mining rights re not being operated, such returns sheu d if fur-
nislred at least once a year.
The lease will include th" coal
mining rights only; but i.ne lessee
may be pcrr.iir.tel tu purchase whatever available surface rights may be
considered necessary for the working of the mine at tbe i-.-.te of S l ii
per acre.
For full .nformatlon ariplli- -'Ion
should be made to :. o secretary of
the Departament of the Interior, Ottawa, or fo any Agent or Sub-.Vgent
of I lorn in ion Lands.
W.  W.  CORY,
Deputy  Minister of Hit Interior
Certilicate of Improvements.
I Form F.)
XOTICE.
N'o. 3; Xo. 4; Xo. 4 Frac; Xo. R;
Xo. 6; Xo. 0 Frac; Xo. 7 and Xo. S
Mineral Claims, situate in the Skeena
Mining District of Cassiar District.
Where located: Adjoining Carney
Lake. Granby Bay, B. C.
TAKE NOTICE that I, J. Fred
- * chic. Free Miner's Certificate No.
; 229C, acting as agent for the Gran-
jy Consolidated Mining, Smelting &
Power Co.. Ltd., Free .Miner's Certificate Xo. 5.005C, intend, sixty days
from the date hereof, to apply to the
Mining Recorder for a Certificate of
Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant .of the above
claims.
And further take notice that action under section So, must be commenced before the issue of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 15th day of June, A. D..
1916. J21-a21
J. FRED RITCHIE. Agent.
COAL ACT.
FORM OF NOTICE.
Skeena Land District District of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that James Mc-
Nulty, of Prince Rupert, B. C, occupation merchant, intends to apply
for permission to prospect for coal
and petroleum on the West Coast of
Graham Island, in vicinity of Wesl
River.
Commencing at a post planted one
mile south  of the southeast  corner
of    C.L.    0,1)71,    thence    south    SO
chains;     thence    west    SO    chains;
tlience north SO chains;  thence east
SO chains to point of commencement.
Name of applicant,
JAMES McNULTY,
Per. AUSTIN* BROWN, Agent.
Dated July 133, 1316. a20-o20
COAL ACT.
FORM OF XOTICE.
Skeena Land District District of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE thai Turner Kolli-
well Mullen, of Victoria, B. C, oc-
1'ipaiion merchant, intends to apply
for permission to prospect for coal
and petroleum on the West Coast of
Graham Island, in vicinity of West
(liver.
Commencing al a posl planted at
the -"iithwesl corner of C.L. 9,968
thence wesl SO chains; ihence north
Si chains; thence east 80 chains;
■ hence south 80 < hains to point of
''■'inn enceun in.
N'r.ii,'        : !:,• int,
1     :    ER   ROTH WELL   MCI.I.EN,
VUSTIN BROWN, Agent,
lly 19, 1916 i
COAL ACT.
Skeena   Land    District,    District   of
Ouecii 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,
ln vicinity of West River, at the
southeast corner of C.L, 8,085,
thence east 80 chains; thence sooth
SO chains; llient* west 80 chains;
tlience north SO chains to point of
commencement.
Name of applicant,
AUSTIN   BROWN,       aS-sS
Dated July 19, 1916.
MINERAL ACT.
(Form F.)
Certificate of Improvements.
XOTICE.
Dolly Fraction Mineral Claim,
situate in the Skeena Mining Division
of Cassiar District. Where located:
Adjoining Hidden Creek, Granby
Bay, B. C.
TAKE NOTICE that I, J. Fred Ritchie, Free Miner's Certificate No. 8,-
229C, acting as. agent for tlie 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 purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the aboie
claim.
And further take notice that action, under section 85, must be commenced before the issue of such »-r-
tificate of Improvements.
Dated Ibis 20th day of July, A. P..
1916. J27-S27!
J.   FRED  RITCHIE.   Agent.     |
MINERAL AOT
(Form F.)
Certificate of Improvements
NOTICE
MOOSE; ELK; HUMBOLT and
BLACK BEAR Mineral Claims, situate In the Skeena Mining Division
of Cassiar District. Where located:
Glacier  Creek,  Granby  Bay.
TAKE XOTICE tliat I, Oiler Besner, Free .Miner's Certificate No.
3223C, intends, 60 days from the
date hereof, to apply to the Mining
Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above
claim.
And further take notice "that action under Section 85 must be commenced before the issue of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 29th day of June A.D.
l916- Jly4-Sep. 4
COAL ACT.
.Skeenii   Land   District,    District   of
Qneen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE XOTICE that Austin Brown,
of Victoria, 13. 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 Islaau,
In the vicinity of West River, at fie
Southeast corner of C.L. S.0S5,
thence north 80 chains; thence east
So chains; Ihence south SO chains;
thence west SO chains to point of
commencement,
Xame of applicant,
AUSTIN BROWN.        aS-s8
Dated July 111, 1016.
LAND ACT,
(Form No. ».)
FORM OP NOTICE.
Skeena    Land    District,    District    of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
, TAKE XOTICE' Ihat George D.
Tite, of Prince Rupert, B. C, occupation merchant, 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 one
mile south of the southeast corner of
C.L,, 9,971 thence north 80 chains;
thence west 80 chains; thence south
80 chains; thence east 80 chains to
point of commencement.
Name of applicant;
GEORGE D, TITE,
AUSTIN BROWN, Agent.
Dated July 19, 1916. al()-s,10
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S'-ienc-e, it is noi file will of the
Christian Scientist that does the heal-
ing, but the divine Truth which he
knows and applies to the human
error through his understanding of
Christian Science. The correcting and
healing power is inherent in the
Truth itself, not in the will of the
Christian Scientist, Will-power has
nothing tn do with the healing; it
would stand in the way if it were
used.
lesus said: "Ye shall know the
truth, and the t ru Mi shall make you
free;" for by knowing the truth we
reflect Truth and bring it into action
in thought. This definitely distin-
ulshes Christian Science healing
from hypnotism, magnetism, occultism, or mental suggestion in any
form.
Three Modes'Of Healing.
Christian Science healing reaches
the individual in three fundamental
ways. First, through reading of
Christian Science or hearing il
spoken. This hearing is accomplished when the truth of the written or
spoken word enters a receptive consciousness and brings about a change
in the quality of the thought, correcting 80111? erroneous concept, removing fear, destroying some sin, establishing an uplifted sense, and dispelling the darkness of evil with the
brightness, and power of good. This
f! improved consciousness is then externalized in Improved bodily conditions, and health and harmony a: I
expressed.
Second, healing is effected through
the effort of a person to apply the
Principle- and rule of Christian
Science to his own problem. This ii
accomplished -by the study of the
nible and the Christian Science textbook, which is the key to the Bible.
and by the application of Ihe spiritual teachings in a scientific way.
whether the problem be a case of sin.
disease or other discord.
.Much healing is being accomplished in this manner and anyone can
help himself by applying the teachings of Christian Science accurately
and patiently. I emphasize the words
aeccurately and patiently because
some have been disappointed that,
tbey have not obtained lhe desired
results immediately; but if they bad
t been as inaccurate and .impatient in
the study and application of mathematical science, for example, as in
their attempted use of Christian
Science, they would have obtained
correspondingly unsatisfactory mathematical results. Christian Science is
an exact Science, based upon perfect
Principle which requires perfect application to secure perfect results.
Third, healing is effected through
the efforl made by one person to apply tbe truth of Christian Science to
tlie problems of another. The possibility of one person healing another
through ihental endeavor has often
been misunderstood and doubted,
especially in Christian Science healing where there is no transfer of
mortal thought. A problem in healing
presented to u practitioner for soln-
jtion, and accepted, becomes the practitioner's problem and it is affected
hy his thoglll of Truth. When one
thinks of Truth, knows Truth, and
reflects Truth, consciousness becomes
more spiritual, more Illumined with
divine light, and everything included
in il and io which it is directed is
benefitted thereby. The person asking for treatment has at least a slight
degree of hope, faith or expectancy,
and if he is honesl and in earnest,
jif lip really wishes to be healed (if
|sin and nf his erroneous concepts,
■be will be benefitted by the truth
which is known 'bout him and is
I brought io bear upon his problem.
Healing Of Sin.
Christian Science heals sin i'i the
same mannei   thai  ;>  heals sickness.
i:,  ' nov ing die ■•- ,'h of iierfi ct Q
and  ' ei eel   i is n     nd tl ■" oe
nlz :■:■    he fad t evil
.,, msite ol        I of
is no part of God's creation since in
the infinity of good there can be no
place for evil; 13) that it is a lie.
"a liar, and the father of it," as
Jesus termed it; consequently it exists in human consciousness only as
i false belief of good. When Christian Science reaches the consciousness of the sinner, It shows him the
deceptive character of evil, and
awakens him from the mesmeric
dream in the bondage of which ho
has been held. He is thus set free
and evil no longer appeals to him.
He ceases indulging In it because the
desire for it has been destroyed by
the presence and power of the Christ.
Truth, the only healer of sin. The
sinner does not lose anything when
he is healed; except an illusion. He
gains all. year "the liberty of the
children of Clod," the joys of Spirit,
than which there is no other real
satisfaction.
In his epistle to the Romans, St.
Paul writes: "The good that I would
I do not; but the evil which I would
not that I do. Now if I do that 1
would not, it is no more I that do it.
but sin that dwelled) in me." Note
the distinction if you please which St.
Paul makes between the man and the
sin. In conformity with this statement, of the great Apostle, Christian
Science teaches that the evil is no'
the man and the man is never the
evil, that evil is always impersonal
and acts only in the degree that It is
believed fo be real by the deceived
human sense. Thus It seems to dwell
in us. When this separation can be
made, when it can be seen that God.
divine Love, is not the author of sin.
disease and death, and therefore thru
they are no part of man, our healing,
whether of sin or disease, Inevitably
begins.
The fact that Christian Scientists
nave not"\et done all the'wonderful
works Jesus and his disciples did, nor
bare done all that they know is possible through Christian Science, max'
be cause for regret but never for discouragement or criticism. They rejoice that Jesus' works prove Christian Science to be true, and they are
grateful that Mrs. Eddy discovered
the Science of Christian healing and
gave it to the world.
IJove For Mis. Rildy.
Tbe love and gratitude which
Christian Scientists feel toward .Mrs.
Eddy is not to be wondered at when
one takes into account the great good
which has come into their lives as
the result of her teachings. The
whole world is indebted to her t'other scientific and spiritual interpretation of the Bible, especially the words
mil works of the .Master, and for her
demonstration of the truth of his
teaching. In the face of the so-called
higher criticism and the doubt respecting the correctness of much
Scripture teaching and the possibility
of obeying Christ Jesus' commands,
Mrs. Eddy's proof that ihe Bible is
true stands out as the greatest, mosl
significant achievement of this age.
for hereby tbe truth of Christianity
and the Tightness of its basis is scientifically established. This has never
been done before...
Mrs. Eddy did nol leave ber work
I,ere until ii was so established us to
remain inlacl and Inviolate. With
wftdom and foresight she insured Hie
safety of ihe Christian Science organization and the preservation (>r
Hie purity of her teachings by establishing The Mother Church us the
anchor of the Christian Science
movement and by providing a Manual I'm' lhe novel niueiit ol lhe Church
and a Board of Directors to administer Us affairs in accordance to her
Instructions.
To Christian Scientists Mis. Eddy
is ii living example of ihe triumph of
faith  in  God, a  faith  deep and  vital
because  rooted   in   spiritual   experience, She knew God aright. She look
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MINERAL ACT.
(Form F.)
Certificate ol  Improvements.
XOTICE.
Independence: Low Pass; Totem;
.Monarch nnd I.one Wolf Fraction
.Mineral Claims, situate in the Skeena
.Mining Division of Cassiar District.
Where located: On Falls Creek,
Granby Hay, B. C.
TAKE XOTICE that I, J. Fred Rit.
rhie. Free Miner's Certificate N'o. 8.-
2-!iC, acting as agent for the Granby
Consolidated Mining, Smelting &
Power Co., Ltd., Free Miner's Certilicate Xo. 6,O05C, intend, sixty days
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(LAND ACT.
(Form Xo. 9.)
FOH.1I OF .NOTICE.
Skeena   Land    District,   District   of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Oliver Brown,
of Victoria, B. C, occupation machinist, intends to apply for permission
to prospect for coal and petroleum
on the following described SHRDUU
on the West Coast of Graham Island,
In  vicinity of Wesl  River.
Commencing at a post planted two
miles south of the southeast corner
or C.L., (3,1171, tlience south SO
chains; thence west SO chains;
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Sn chains to poinl of commencement,
Name of applicant,
OLIVER BROWN,
AUSTIN' BROWN', Agent.
Dated July   1!',  1910. itlO-slO
I.AMi ACT.
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FORM OF XOTICE.
Skeena Land District, District of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE XOTICE tiyu William Dixon, of Victoria, 13. C, occupation accountant, intends to apply for permission to prospect for coal and petroleum on the West Coast of Graham
_.,,and, in vicinity of West River.
Commencing at a post planted one
mile south of the southeast corner
of CI,., 9,971 tlience north SO
clinins; thence east SO chains; tlience
south SO chains; thence west. SO
chains to point of commencement.
Name of applicant,
WILLIAM  DIXON,
AUSTIN"  BROWN, Agent.
Dated July  19, 1916, alO-slO
LAND ACT.
(Form Xo. !).)
FORM OF XOTICE.
Skeena   Land   District,   District   of
Queen Charlotte Islam'-.
TAKE NOTICE that Fredi icl;
Moersch, of Victoria, B. C, occupation clerk, 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 two
miles south of the southeast corner
of C.L., 9,971, thence east 80 chains,;
thence south 80 chains; tlience west
SO chains; tlience north SO chains to
point of commencement.
Xame of applicant,
FREDERICK   MOERSCH,
AUSTIN BROWX, Agent.
Dated July 19, 1916. alO-slO
LAND ACT.
(Form Xo. 0.)
FORM OF NOTICE.
Skeena   Land   District.    District   of
Queen Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE XOTICE that .1. Crane, of
Victoria, 13. C, intends to apply for
permission to prospect for coal and
petroleum on lhe West Coast of
Graham Island, in vicinity of West
Ri ,-f r.
Commencing al a post planted one
mile south of the southeast corner
of C.L., 9,971 thence south 80
chains; thence east 80 chains; thence
north SO chains; thence west 80
chains to point of commencement.
Name of applicant,
J. CRANE,
AUSTIN" BRQWN, Agenl.
Dated July 19, 1910, alO-6,10
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First Class Undertaker, who is
a graduate of a Canadian and
American College of Emoalm-
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and Bacteriology, and who
ic': Canadian nnd
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l.atly  Aslstanl  always in  attendance t       ■■   for la lies and
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Plume 11. Open Dny nnd .Vlgli! o
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IMPERIAL MACHINE IRKS
Engines  Installed  mul  General
Repairs.
Oxy-Acetylene   Plan!   in   Connection
Phone Reil 150 Third Avenue
Pacific Cartage Limited
The horning Journal
SOc. per Month
General   Tcmii.ng
furniture  Moving  a  Specialty.
A''.,eu  you  buy COAL buy the l'B3'l
-Ladysmlth   Lump  or  Coinos
Washed   Nut.
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Reduced Price of |
MILK I
The Standard Dairy I
will   deliver   pure   milk   of   Its  fi
usual high standard
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Phone Standard Dairy
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LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
La    stitichezza    vlene    facilrnenre
vinta dallo Sciroppo Pag'Iano
tf. ORME'S LIMITED.
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The contract for coal for the city
schools was let last evening by tiie
Board to McCaffery & Albert, at the
price of r?S.19 a ton, The price lasl
year was $8.39.
9       a        «
A letter received* in the city from
John Wynn, who left here with the
102nd Battalion, conveys the news
that he has been married since he
reached the Old Land.
GERMAN!'  IS MUCH.
(Continued  from  Page One.I
ing over of the entire wheat surplus
in Rumania and for supplies of rolling stock, hides, etc.    .
Austrian monitors have bombarded
the Rumanian coast towns of Verci-
orova, Turnu, Severin and Giurgevo.
MINERAL ACT.
(Form F.)
Certificate 01 Improvements.
XOTUE.
Quartz No, 20! Quartz Xo. 21;
Quartz Xo. 2(313; Quartz Xo. 2713;
Quariz Xo. 28B; and Quartz So. 29,
Mineral claims, situate in the Skeena
Mining  Division  of Cassiar  Districl.
Where located: On Granby Peninsula, Granby Bay, B. C.
TAKE NOTICE ihat I, .1. Fred Ritchie, Free Miner's Certificate Xo. 33.-
229C, acting as agent for the Granby
Consolidated Mining, Smelting &
Power Co., Ltd., Free Miner's Certilicate N'o. B,006C, intend, sixty days
from the date hereof, to apply lo the
Mining Recorder i'or a Certificate of
Improvements, for the purpose of
obtaining a Crown Grant of tlie above
claims.
And further take notice that action, under section 85, must be commenced before the issue of such Certificate of Improvements.
J.   FRED  RITCHIE, Agent.
Dated this 17th day of August, A. D.
1916. aug.-24
LAXIl ACT.
(Form Xo. 11.)
FORM OF XOTICE.
Skeena    Land    District,    Dislrlci    of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE XOTICE tlint Austin Brown,
rl' Victoria, 11. C, occupation saddler,
intends, to apply for permission to
irospeel for coal and petroleum on
the West Coast of Graham Island, in
vicinity of West  River.
Commencing at u nost planted ai
the northeast corner of C.L., S,0S">
thence sn chains south; Ihence SO
chains- wesl: thence 80 chains north;
Ihence east 80 chains to point of
commencement,
Name oi applicant,
AUSTIN  BROWN.
Dated July 19,  1916. alO-slO
FREDERICK  PETERS, K.C.
Inn liter. Solicitor and Notary Puhll,
J.'lice ln
IflXCHANUE   BLOC Ik
GLYCERINE AND BARK |
! PREVENT APPENDICITIS
The simple mixture of.bucktbo-
bark, glycerine, etc., known as Adle
i-ka, astonishes Prince Rupert people
Because   Ad!<r-i-ka   acts   on   BOTI-.
lower and upper bowel, ONE SPOONFUL relieves almost ANY CASE constipation, sour stomach or gas.   It removes  such  surprising   foul   matter
that a few doses often relieve or prevent appendicitis.   A short treatment
helps chronic stomach trouble.    The
IXSTAXT, easy action of Adler-i-ka
is   astonishing.     C.   H.   Orme,   the
Pioneer Druggist. g-1
COAI, ACT.
Skeena   I,uml   District,   Districl   «r
Queen Charlotte blonds.
TAKE XOTICE 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 vicinity of West River, at the
southeast corner of C.L. S.085,
thence soutli 80 chains; thence west
80 chains; thence north 80 chains;
thence east 80 chains to point of
commencement,
Name of applicant,
AUSTIN" BROWX.       a8-s8
Dated  July  19,  1910.
COAL ACT.
Skeena    Land    District.    District   of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE XOTICE that Austin Brown,
of Victoria, B, C., occupation s-addler,
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 vicinity of West River, at the
southeast corner of C.L. 10,038,
tlience south SO chains; theuce west
SO chains; Ihence north SO chains;
thence east SO chains to point of
commencement.
Xame of applicant,
AUSTIN BROWN. aS-s.S
Dated July 19, 1910.
MINERAL  ACT.
Certificate Of Improvements.
NOTICE.
Balsam; Cedar; Cyprus and Spruce
Mineral Claims, situate in the Skeena
Mining Division of Cassair District.
Where located:  Granby Bay, B. C.
'TAKE NOTICE that I. Fred Ritchie, Free Miner's Certificate No.
90,071 B, acting as Agent for the
Granby Consolidated Mining, Smelting & Power Company, Limited,
Free Miner's Certificate No. 90.810B,
intends, sixty days from the date
hereof to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of ontaining
a Crown Grant of the above claims.
Ano' further take notice that
action, under section 85 must be
commenced before the issue of such
Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 7tli day of April. A. D.,
1916. lly-14
J   FRED RITCHIE,  Agent.
SAVEYOUR
EYES
If you would save your eyes—have
them fitted perfectly with glasses hy
DR. INMAN
Offices—788  Exchange  Building
ince Rupert Journal
50 c. per Month
CHKHKI-tKW 99 0 W*H3W»«KW"KHWi
ACOM SIGN SHOP
5      Autos,   Carriage,   and   Sign 5
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if  All we wiinl is youi' idea. 9
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a Dawson   Block—Third  Avenue o
JOS. F FILION
MACHINERY!   MACHINERY!
BOILERS,   EXGIXES,   SAWMILLS,  LOGGING  ENGINES,  MIXING
MACHINERY,   RAILWAY   ANI)   CONTRACTORS'   EQUIPMENT—
BOUGHT ANI) SOLD.
The Vancouver Machinery Depot, Ltd.
VANCOUVER
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No Need Tc Send Away
For Jewelry
If Prince Rupert people will deal at home they will find our
price about the same aa elsewhere for equal Quality, as our freight
bills are not heavy, and home dealers will be encouraged to keen
proper stocks.
Let us compare, for instance, Eaton's price, $5.70 on a 7 Jewel,
ed Waltham, Our Price is $11.00, but. it is worth the 30c to see what
you are getting when you want it, and have it guaranteed right here.
Take also the highest priced Waltham, a 23 Jeweled Vanguard at $44.60. Our Price is $45.00. Not very much difference.
Many articles, of course, are not so easily compared, and are
made in many qualities and often look big for (he money In the cata.
logue.
DROP IX AND SEE OCR STOCK
BULGER & DENIKE
OPTICIANS   AND   JEWELLERS
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* and Watch Repairers
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X    HARRY  8ELFF a  watchmaker of long experience has been pat ln   J
X    charge of that ('epnrtment—Satisfaction guaranteed. *
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X    See our stock of nnggete from  tlie North.    Make yonr choice while   4
X    they last and have them made   no ia the city as stirk-uin. brooch   *
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they last and have them
or pendant.
Encourage Home Industry and keep the money in the city.
EYES TESTED SCIENTIFICALLY by an expert in  that line of   J
work—Latest appliance for testing,
HIGH CLASS STOCK TO CHOOSE FROM
Corner Third Avenue and Sixth Street
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HEAD    OFFICE:   .MONTREAL ESTABLISHED   IHflii
Capital Paid up    $11,500,000
Reserve  Fund      $18,230,000
Total Assets $200,000,000
Savings Hank Department—$1 will open an account ti
Branches   Throughout   Canada  nnd Ranking Connertli as With All   J
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Dealing in Knock-Down Frames
or Built Complete
FISHERMEN TAKE NOTICE
Why noi build youi- own boat from   Sweet's   Knock-Down   Frames?
Price List nnd Catalogue Freely Oiveh
WORKSHOP—SECOND AVENUE BEYOND
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A. E. WRIGHT
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ovIdcI.i1   (.ol
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'.(.'tween Second and Third Avenues
P. o. Box 10.
DR. J. S. BROWN, DENTIST
Croivn  and  Bridge  Work  u
Specialty
5 I'Mice:  Smith   Block,   Third   Avenn
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Phone 484,
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