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VOL. VI.
PRINCE RUPERT, B. C,   THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1011).
Trice 5 Cents.
No. 127.
PRES. WILSON TELLS CONGRESS NOTE IS DECISIVE
PREMIER ASQUITH STATES CABINET MAY COLLAPSE
MJUL
Fifty Thousand Turks Were Taken At Fall Of Trebizond
U.S. Has Over Two Hundred Germans Under Espionage
British Cabinet May
Split Over Conscription
Premier Has Admitted
President Wilson Has
Taken Decided Stand
With German Nation
Washington, April 19.—President
Wilson told Congress today that he
had given Germany an irrevocable
notification that the United States
will break diplomatic relations with
Germany if an illegal submarine .campaign is continued. The note is
America's last word. It is practically
an ultimatum demanding an immediate reply.
The note was presumably In the
Berlin Foreign Office at the time the
President was speaking, as it was despatched last night.
The President asked no action on
the part of Congress. He simply informed it that the accumulation of
the facts provided that Germany's
assurances to the United States were
being violated.
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WORK WILL PROCEED ON
STEWART PROPERTIES
Dan Lindenborg Is In The City Prom
Northern Camp.
Dan Lindenborg, well known as a
mining man in this northern country,
is here from Stewart. He is the
former owner of the Big Missouri
claim on Salmon River, which was
taken over last year by the Gastineau
Company. Work will be resumed on
it this spring under the terms of the
contract.
This winter there has been a lot
of snow in that part. The snow is
lying on the ground even now at
very low levels. There has been too
much of It to permit of carrying
along operations during tbe winter
months, and in consequence some
work had to stop rather than go along
at a loss. That was the reason for
the stopping of the work by tbe
Plate Interests, of New York, on the
Bush properties which are still showing up well.
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| Shakespearean *
Festival     f
-AT- j
Westholme    j
Opera House   *
Tonight       :
Commencing At 8 o'clock       J
By Pupils of High School
COPPER  IS BEING SOLD
FOR  DELIVERY  IN   1917
Sales For March Next Made Slightly
Below Present Level.
New York, April 19.—Copper ls
being sold for delivery as far aheau
as Marcli, 1917. Sales for this unusually distant delivery have been
made by several of the larger producers to their regular customers,
and the contracts call for round lots
of the metal. The price is understood
to be but slightly under that prevailing for deliveries in the last quarter of this year, namely 27 cents.
Purchases of copper by manufacturers in this country continue to be
made at such a record-breaking rate
that some producers are no longer
accepting any foreign business. There
is but little June copper in the hands
of producers unsold, and the early
exhaustion of all second-quarter
metal is threatened by the enormous
demand, which gives no indication
of falling off. Business in third and
last quarters is also exceptionally
large.
N'o change has been made in prices,
which  remain  at   27   1-2  cents  for
June, 27 1-4 cents for July, and 27
cents for the balance of the year.
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FUNERAL OF  OLD-TIMER
WAS HELD YESTERDAY
LOCAL SOLDIERS
BEAT A RETREAT
STORY TOLD OF HURRIED SEEKING FOR SHELTER AT
FRONT IN UNDRESS
15. Can' Has Returned  Wounded To
Terrace    From
Flanders.
(Special   Correspondence.)
Terrace, April 18.—Robt. Carr,
wfto left here with the earliest contingent that went to the front from
Prince Rupert, has returned home,
coming from the east over the line
ot the G. T. P. He has been rather
baa'ly wounded In the hip, and is still
suffering from the effects. He was
with the Prince Rupert men in the
fighting when Major Peck led the
attack and Capt. Don Moore was
killed. He took charge of one of the
platoons in which were many Prince
Rupert boys. He has seen his share
of the actual fighting therefore. He
expects to visit Prince Rupert shortly.
A talk with the returned soldier
by your correspondent gives the Impression that even in the thick of the
hostilities amusing incidents arise.
One in which a number of Prince Rupert's soldiers for once retreated,
and that in a most undignified man-
(Continued on Page Four.)
ACTION TO REPLACE
SENTIMENTAL IDEAS
SIR   GEOHGE   PERLEY  SAYS   CANADIANS  HEADY TO TAKE
COMMON INTEREST
Refilling    Of    .Metals    In    Germany
Should Not Be Necessary
Hereafter.
Speaking at a luncheon, Lord
Crewe presiding, to Sir George Per-
ley and other Dominion representatives at the National Liberal Club,
in London, Sir George said Canadians
would not be willing that their complete autonomy In self-government
whitin their own borders should be
curtailed in any way, but they had
been looking to a time when they
might have something to say regarding matters of common interest to the
Empire, such as questions of peace,
war and foreign relations. "Our people," continued Mr. Perley, "are
proud to be doing their share, but it
must be evident when we carry our
part of ihe burden we should at.th*
same time have a voice in all decisions regarding matters of common
concern. I do not wish to say anything which would appear like discussing fiscal questions which have
aroused English party controversy,
but perhaps I may be permitted to
(Continued on Page Three.)
Remains Of Amadee Roberge Laid At
Rest At Faii'view.
There was a large attendance at
the funeral of the late Amadee Roberge yesterday morning. The funeral which was in charge of Hayuer
Bros., took place from their parlors
to the Roman Catholic Church, where
the services were conducted and
thence to Fairview Cemetary. The
pall bearers were: Wilfrid Graton,
Joseph Rosseau, A. Pelequin, Henry
l.etourneau, T. Roy and E. Lalonde.
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Field Crop Competitions.
United States Keeping
Watch On Teutonic
Suspects At Present
Washington, April 19.—The Department of Justice is keeping an
espionage on over 200 Teutons, including a number of consuls who
have not been arrested, because of
the delicacy of the International
situation.
If a break comes with Germany
these men may be immediately arrested and charged with conspiracy
as members of a secret organization
violating the American neutrality
laws.
Selections from several of
the Great Dramatist's Plays
will be stuped by High School
Pupils In Costume.
A     LITERARY     TREAT     IN
STORE
ADMISSION 25 CENTS
< RESERVED SEATS SO CENTS
"Field Crop Competitions," Is the
title of the latest bulletin issued by
the Department of Agriculture at Victoria. It deals with the competitions
to be carried on by the department
this year, as well as the results of
last years events. It is profusely illustrated, and appeals to the farmer
as very few bulletins do. H. 0. English, Provincial Soil and Crop Inspector, Is the writer. Copies may be
had, post free, by addressing the Department of Agriculture, Victoria,
B. C.
COAL
HOUSHHO
AND HUT
Phone Prince Rupert Coal Co., IS
FAVORITE     HOUSEHOLD     LUMP
AND NUT
BOARD OF EXAMINERS
UNDER EDUCATIONAL RULES
Those Named Who Will Conduct The
Examinations For
Teachers.
Notice is given  In  the  Provincial
FIFTY THOUSAND WERE
CAPTURED AT TREBIZOND
WHEN CITY FELL
London .April 19.—Fifty thousand
Turks were captured at Trebizond according to a Central News despatch
from Petrograd.
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EXPECTS TO ADD T(>'
STAFF AT ALICE ARM
M. Albeit. Is Anxious To Give Family
Men Chance For
Position.
It Is likely that there will be quite
a few adoitlonal men put at work
at the road at Alice Arm. So says M.
Albert, who has the contract from
R.   B.   McGinnls.     Mr
London, April 19. — Premier
Asquith told the House of Commons
today thai the collapse of the Cabinet
was a strong possibility unless the
material points of disagreement regarding the extension of conscription
to married men were settled.
The speech created a profound sensation. Most of the members apparently shared the Premier's opinion, when he said that the Cabinet
was united in the belief that to break
up the Government at this time
would be a formidable national disaster.
Bonar Law is known to be strongly
opposed to any action which would
split the Government. It Is uncertain,
however, how far his nominal supporters  will  follow him.
The general conscription campaign
has undoubtedly gained ground during the past month, attested married
men demand it, "ginger" groups
formulated it, Carson's activity is
pushing it, but its main strength
comes from the admitted fact that
the results of conscription of single
FREE ADVICE FOR THOSE
INTERESTED  IN   BEES
Department   At   Victoria   Offers   Services Of Officials To Tln.se Who
Want Information,
Foul brood, the highly contagious
germ disease affecting bees, is giv
ing rise to some uneasiness among i
the officials of the Department of
Agriculture, for it lias made Its appearance in different parts of the
Province, and it is important for the
welfare of the growing industry of
bee-keeping that all bee-keepers
should exercise every possible care
to prevent its spreading. It Is also
advisable that all persons Intending
to buy bees should write to the Department of Agriculture, Victoria, for
information as to where the danger
exists.
(Continued on Page Two.)
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CENSORED.
Red Tress Carnival.
men have been inadequae to supply
military  requirements.
Army Council's  View.
It is understood the army council
strongly pointed out the need of more
men in its statement to the Cabinet.
The Cabinet Committee, Reginald Mc-
Kenna, Lord Lansdowne and Austin
Chamberlain, appointed to consider
the matter, unanimously report favoring not compulsion but a tightening and slight extension of the Military Service Act, retention of time
expired men with the colors and similar minor reforms.
The conscription group in the Cabinet refused to accept these suggestions as adequate and much depends
on Monday's Cabinet Council.
Against Conscription.
The Daily Express, which largely
voices Bonar Law and Max Aitkens'
views, oppose general conscription
now, because it would "necessitate a
general election and plunge the country into bitter political strife and possibly into ruinous industrial conflict."
Government supporters attach
much value to the proposal to bring
youths under training Immediately
they reach IS years. This, it is estimated, would add 360,000 io the
army. Conscriptionists base their case
on the plea of military necessiiy and
justice to those already attested.
Many experienced politicians still
believe the differences will be temporarily arranged when the light will
transfer itself to the next floor of tbe
Monday and Tuesday nf nexl week
will   he   the   event   of   the   year,   all
Albert  would j ladies donating fancy work and sew-
like to see any married men In the  ing will kindly send in same before
Gazette that the Honorable the Coun-'city who care to enter the work get' Monday noon to Mrs. Frizzell's Store.
ell of Public Instruction has been posts as the work opens up. He ex-Third Avenue, or the Prince Rupert
pleased to appoint the following as Pects to send some additional work-' Grocery,   corner   Fulton   Street  and
a Board of Examiners to act with
the Superintendent of Education at
the examination of Public School
Teachers for the year-1916, and to
cancel  all  other  appointments: —
W. K. Beech, B.A.; Thomas A.
Brough, B.A.; William Burns, B.A.;
John T. Dunning, M.A.; Percy H,
Elliott, M.Sc; John S. Gordon, B.A.;
H. P. Hope, B.A.; David C. Little,
B.A.; Stanley W. Mathews, M.A.; D.
L MacLaurln, B.A.; Edward B. Paul,
M.A.; Albert Sullivan, B.A.; Samuel
J.  Willte, B.A.;  David Wilson, B.A.
ers  there   on   Friday,   and   will   be  Sixth   Avenue.     Home   cooking   for
pleased to get any local men who are ' the   Welsh   Booth   in   abundance   Is
married.
Milk  mi'!  Dairy Association,
The Pacific Northwest Milk and
Dairy Inspectors' Association will this
year Jiold Its annual meeting in the
Hotel Vancouver on May 12tli and
13th, This will be one of the most
important conventions of Its kind
ever held in British Columbia, when
delegates and speakers from all sections of tho Northwesl will be present, Prof. W. T McDonald, Provincial Live siock Commissioner, '«
I lie President.
SAVE MONEY
Use New Wellington
COAL
PHONE lin
Look For The Sign J
We Never Close
For Prisoners Of War,
The Prisoners of War Department
of the Canadian Red Cross Society,
Prince Rupert Branch, beg to ac- France
knowledge the receipt of $82.50, the
proceeds of a whist drive and dance
held by the Knights of Pythias, on
behalf of the.Prlsoners of War Fund.
This is' the first donation which tbe
new branch has received.
wanted  Monday and Tuesday.
Ladies, this is the supreme effort
to raise money for the Red Cross
work. Our boys nre fighting today at
St. Eloi and other battlefields In
The wounded must have
every comfort we can give them,
now Is the opportunity to do our bit
and assist the noble nurses who night
and   day   nurse   and   care   for   the'*  PhoM 553-Strictly Union Howe
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THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1916.
PRINCE RUPERT JOURNAL
prnut tnipcr* journal
Telephone  138.
o. II. NELSON, Editoft
Telephone 1838.
Office: 128 Third Avenue, East,
near McBride Street. Telphone 138;
Postoffice Box 1545.
DAILY  EDITION.
Published   every   morning   except
Monday.    Deh ?ered by carrier in the
city tn the following rate, If paid in
advance:—
One Year      Jjj.OO
Six Month     i'-"0
Three Months       $1.25
If not paid in advance,
per Month       JO.BO
Advertising Rates Upon Application.
Telephone L'««-
■tfclf}^'
THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1916,
CHANGES COLOR.
In nature's economy provision is
made by which many wild animals
change color with the change of the
season in the struggle tor self-preservation. The Liberal politicians
here seem to have a somewhat happy
faculty for changing their coats. They
have come to be strenuous workers in
tlie interests of the white fishermen
of the Skeena. When the Liberal Government was in power at Ottawa,
however, there was heard no such
protest, although at that time the
white fishermen got no shadow of
a chance to fish. The Conservatives
have introduced a changed condition,
but they cannot move fast enough
for the local Liberals now. The fishermen are not likely to forget the
treatment meted them by the Liberals when in power, In opposition,
however, it is anything as a vote
catcher.
Skeena
LAND ACT.
Form Of Notice,
Land   District,   District   Of
Coast,  Range 4.
TAKE NOTICE that Clyde A. Heller, occupation mine operator, intends
to apply for peimlsslon to purchase
the following described lauds:
Cmmencing at a post planted
about one hundred yards Northerly
from the mouth of Paradise Creek on
the Ensterly shore of Bear Lake.
Princess Royal Island; thence East
40 chains; thence South 20 chains;
thence West 10 chains more or less
lo the shore of Bear Lake; thence
Northerly along the shore of said
Lake to the place of commencement,
containing 80 acres more or less. '
February   18th,  1916. f.a-24
CLYDE A, HELLER.
MINERAL  ACT.
SHAKESPEAREAN  CONCERT.     '
'■ere is every reason to expect
th, the Shakespearean concert, to
he given this evening in the Westholme Theatre by the teachers and
pupils Of the High School, will be a
grand success. Selections from some
of the well known dramas of the
great English dramatist will he staged, and tlie public will have the opportunity of enjoying a relief from
the light frivolity that is too (Sopuinr
today. It is not to be expected that
the pupils of the school will be perfect In their work. It must not be
forgotten that they are as young
amateurs attempting what English
actors and actresses have given their
life work in many instances to Interpret lo the public. The pupils will,
however, probably have had an interest In Shakespeare aroused in
them that they would not have had
under a more prosaic study of his
works.
(Form I'.)
Certificnte 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.
!10,n71B, 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 Re-
corder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining
a Crown Grant of the above claims.
Ann' further take notice that
action, under section 85 must be
commenced before the issue of such
Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 7th day of April, A. D.,
1916. jly-14
J.  FRED  RITCHIE,  Agent.
MINERAL ACT.
(Form P.)
Certificate   Of   Improvements.
WATER  NOTICE.
NOTICE.
"TIP TOP," "RAMBLER," "BU-
ENA VISTA," "PROVINCE," "JAIN"
AND "KNOB HILL," Mineral Claims,
situate in the Portland Canal Mining
Division of Cassiar District. Where
located:     On  Salmon  River.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Daniel
Lindeborg, F. M. C, No. 93.S39B.,
poting for myself and as agent for
"iiidrew Lindeborg, F. M. C, No. 93,-
S?,8B., Hiram Stevenson, F. M. C,
No. 93.S44B., and D. C. Barbrick, F.
M. C, No. 91.112B., Administiator
of the James Proudfoot Estate, intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder
for a Certificate of Improvements, for
the purpose of obtaining a Crown
Grant of the above claim.
And further take notice that action, under section 85, must be commenced before the issue of such Certillcate  of  Improvements.
Dated this 31st day of January, A.
D.,  1916. m-2-jly-C
MINERAL ACT.
(Form F.)
FREE ADVICE.
t Continued  from  Page One.)
The Provincial Apiary Inspectors
will he glad to give any information.
They are: Mr. F. Dttndas Todd, Victoria, lower mainland and Vancouver
l6land; Mr, L. Harris, Vernon, for
the Okanagan district; and Mr. w. ,T.
Sheppard, Nelson, for the Kootenay
and boundary districts. The Inspectors will lie prepared to examine and
report on hives, for they propose to
go from distrli I  to cllsti Icl Bhortly.
Royal Nnvul College Of Canada.
The next examination for the entry
of Naval Cadets will be helo' at the
examination centres of the Civil Service Commission in May, 1916, sue
cessful candidates joining the College
on or about the 1st August. Applica
tions for entry will be received up
to the 15th April by the Secretary,
Civil Service Commission, Ottawa
from whom blank entry forms can
now be obtained.
Candidates for the examination in
May next must be between the ages
of fourteen and sixteen on the 1st
July, 1916.
Further details can be obtained on
application to the undersigned.
G. J. DESBARATS.
Deputy Minister of the Naval Service.
Department of the Naval Service,
Ottawa, January 10th, 1916.
Unauthorized publication of this
advertisement will  not be paid  for.
90,793. 3-m-J-30
Certificate  Of  Improvements.
NOTICE.
Blue Bird Mineral Claim, situate
in the Skeena Mining Division of
Cassier District. Where located: On
Glacier Creek, Goose Bay, B. C,
about 2 miles from mouth.
TAKE NOTICE that I, J. Fred
Ritchie, Free Miner's Certificate No.
90,071B, acting as agent for Arthur
C. Crookall, Free Miner's Certificate,
No. 94.053B, intends, sixty days from
the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above
claim.
Aud further take notice that act/on, under section 85, must be commenced before the Issuance of such
Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 2nd day of February, A.
D.,  1916.
J. FRED RITCHIE,
w-f-9. A^ent.
TAKE NOTICE that THE Sl'RF
INLET POWER COMPANY, LIMITED, will apply by Petition to the
Minister for the approval of the undertaking of its works and that such
Petition will be heard in the office of
the Board on a date to be fixed by
the Comptroller and that any person may file as objection thereto In
the office of the Comptroller or of
the Recorder of the Dlstirct.
The name and address of the applicant is THE SURF INLET POWER COMPANY, LIMITED, having its
Heaa' Office at 1,001 Rogers Building, Vancouver, B. C. Tlie Water
Recorder's ollice In which this notice is to be filed is at the Court
House, Prince Rupert, B. C. The
name of the lake from which the
water ls to be taken is Cougar Lake,
Princess Royal Island.
lhe quantity of water applied for
Is ten thousand Inches or sixteen
thousand cubic feet per minute. The
proposed point of diversion is at a
point at the outlet of Cougar Lake,
and it is to be returned at a point
at sea level on Surf Inlet, and will
be used for developing power and
electric energy to be used within a
radius of ten (10) miles of the
works on Princess Royal Island.
A copy of th.s notice war posted
on the ground on the 24th day of
February, A. D., 1916.
Dated at Vancourer, B. C. this
24th nay of February, A. D., 1916.
THE      SURF      INLET      POWER
COMPANY,   LIMITED.
F. W.  HOLLER,
s-f-26.      Superintendent and Agent.
HOTEL DIRECTORY
Members of the Prince Rupert
Licensed Vintners' Association.
WINDSOR HOTEL
Cor.  of  First   Ave.  and   Eighth   St.
XV.  H. WRIGHT, Prop.
HOTEL CENTRAL
First  Ave.  nnd  Seventh St.
European  and  American  Plans
.$1.00 to JpU.50 Per Day
Peter Illack, Prop.
Ratei   For   Advertising   Under   Any
Heading.
Minimum charge of ad. . .   2(£
One insertion,  per word         lo
Six consecutive Insertions      4c
Twenty-six consecutive insertions
(one month)    - • •   15o
Birth notice, one insertion . . . 50«
Marriage notice, one Insertion • . 50c
Death notice, one insertion .... 50c
Card   of  thanks       50c
All condensed advertisements are
rash in advance, otherwise one cent
a word each insertion straight.
KNOX HOTEL
First    Ave.     Between     Eighth    and
Ninth
European  Plan;   Rates 50c to $1.00
Per Day
Besner iS Besner, Props,
EMRPESS HOTEL
J. V. Rochester V. I). Casley
Thrill Ave. Between Sixth und
Seventh Sts.
ROYAL HOTEL
Corley  it   Burgess,   Props.
Third Ave. and Sixth St.
European Plan Steam Heated
BEAVER     WHOLESAIE     LIQUOR
CO., LIMITED
Second Ave. nad Sixth St.
PHONE 102.
MINERAL ACT.
i Form F,)
Certificate Of Improvements
NOTICE.
"Blue Jay" Mineral Claim, situate
near \merlcan Creek, In the Port
land ''anal Mining Division, Cassiar
District.
TAKE NOTICE thai I, lohn Fie
win, Free Miner's Certificate No, 80,
613B, for myself and W. II. Coop
er, !•'. M. C. No. 80.518B, intend
sixty days from the date hereof, to
npply to the Mining Recorder for a
Certificate of Improvements, I'or the
purpose of obtaining a Crown Granl
ol the above claim.
And 1'ni'ilp r take notice thai action
under section 8o, musl be commenced before the issue of such Certlfl-
.Hi of linprovein' ats.
Dated llils..:Ju,l!i .day .of \ mil, A. 11.,
I'.HI!. n-21-j
SYNAPSIS      OF      COAL
REGULATIONS.
MINING
LAND ACT.
Skeena   Land   District,   District   Of
Coast, Range 4,
TAKE NOTICE that Frederick
Bradshaw, of Tonopah, Nevada, occupation mine manager, intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following 'li scrlbi '1 lauds:
Commencing   al   a   pobI   planted
aboul   200   feel   Easterly   from   the
Northwesl  corner of Lot <lo, Rnn;y
4, Coast  District;   thence North  '-•
chains;     thence    West    20    chains;
thence South 20 chains more or legs
to  the  shore of  Surf Inlet;   thence
following the shore line to the place
of  commencement,  containing  forty
acres more or less.
February 18th, 1916.
f-a-24        FREDERICK BRADSHAW.
LAND ACT.
Form Of Notice.
POSTAL  NOTICE.
Coal mlulng right of tho Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and
Alberta, the Y-.'.'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 acre Not more than 2,660
acres will be leased to one applicant.
Applications .'jv a leas» mast he
made by the applicant in person to
th Agent or Sub-Agent of the dta-
trlc In which the riglits uprdlfld for
are situated.
In survjyed territory the land
must !,e deucribed by sections, or
legal subdivisions of sections, and
in unsurveyed territory tl, tract applied for shall bo staked out by the
applicant  himself.
Each Application must be ac-jm-
panied by a fee of i.5, which will be
r funded If the i.£lit.- applied for are
not available, hut. not otherwise. A
royalty shall he paid en the merchantable output of Hie mine at the
rnle of flvo cents per ton.
The person operating the mine
shall   fin nish   the   Agent   with   sworn
returna accounting for the full
quantity ot merchantable coal mined
uml pay (lie royally I hereon. If the
coal mining rights re not being operated, Buoh returns nhoa d a fur-
nlflhetl tit lenst op''o a year.
Tho lease will Include the coal
mining rights only; but ihe lessee
may ho pormlttel to purchase whatever available am fare rlglilB may be
considered necessary for the working of the mine al lhe rate of $10
per acre.
For   full   information   applied tion
should be made to t. o Secretary of
the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, o<' to any Agent or Sub-Agent
of Dominion Lands.
W.   W.  CORY.
Deputy  .Minister of the  Interior
Skeena   Land   District,   District   Of
Coast, Range 4.
TAKE NOTICE that F. W. Ho'ler,
os Surf Inlet, occupation mine superintendent, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following de-
s.ribed land's:
Commencing at a post planted
about 150 feet South of the Northwest corner of Lot 11, Range 4, Coast
District thence South 20 chains;
hence West 20 chains more or less to
the shore of Surf Inlet; thence following the shore line Easterly and
Northerly to the place of commer.i-e-
ment, containing 40 acres more or
less.
F«bruaiy 18th, 1910. f-a-24
FREDERICK  A.   HOLLER.
MINERAL ACT.
Postmasters are Informed that the
exchange of Money Orders with Den-
murk, Holland, Norway and Sweden,
which was suspended on the 8th
August, 1914, lips been resumed, nnd
Money Orders may be Issued on these
countries at the same rates of com-
1   mission as formerly.
HAYNER BROS
Pioneer Funeral Directors and
Embnlmets.     open    Day    and
Might,     i, adles'     Assistant    In
Attendance.
PHONE 136.     710 THIRD AVE.
Certificnte Of Improvements.
NOTICE.
"Dolly Varden," "Dolly Vaiden No.
i," "Dolly Varden No. 2," "Dolly
Varden No. 4," "Dolly Varden No.
5," "Dolly Varden No. 6," and "Dolly
Varden No. 7," Mineral Claims,
situate in the Skeena Mining Division  of  Cassair  District.
Where located: About 17 miles
from head of Alice arm on the Kitsault River.
TAKE NOTICE that Richard B.
McGinnis, Free Miner's Certificate
94,015, Agent for K. Ludwig Elk,
Free Miner's Certificate 93,918, Ole
Pearson, Free Miner's Certificate 94,-
004, Ernest Carlson, Free Miner's
Certificate 94,003, Ole Evindsen,
Free Miner's Certificate 93,909, and
Charles Swanson, Free Miner's Certificate 93,902, intends, sixty days
[low the date hereof, to apply to the
Mining Recorder for a Certificate of
Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of each of the
above claims.
AND FURTHER take notice, that
action, under section S5, must be
commenced before the Issue of such
Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 30th day of March, A. D.,
1916. m-30.
PRINCE URPERT IMPORTING CO.,
LIMITED
Empress Hotel Building—Third Ave.
PHONE 7
MINERAL ACT.
(Form F.)
Certificnte   Of   Improvements.
NOTICE.
"WINER," "TERMINUS," "KANSAS," "BIG MISSOURI," "DAUNTLESS," "GOLDEN CROWN," "EP-
LURIBUS" AND "LAURA" Mineral
Claims, situate in the Portland Canal
Mining Division of Cassiar District.
Where located: On Salmon River.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Daniel
Lindeborg, F. M. C, No. 93.S39B.,
acting for myself ann as agent for
Andrew Lindeborg, F. M, C, No. 03,-
S3SB., Hiram Stevenson, F. M. C,
No, 93.S44B., and D. C. Barbrick, F.
M. C, No. 91,112b., Administrator
of the .lames Proudfoot Estate, intend, sixty d. ys from the date hereof, to ply to the .Alining Recorder
for a Certificate of Improvements, for
the purpose of obtaining a Crown
Grant of the above claim.
And further take notice tnat action, under section S5, must be commenced before the Issue of such_ Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 31st day of January, A.
D., 1916. m-2-jly-2.
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Suggestion  Of City Treasurer Bradshaw In Vancouver.
City Treasurer Bradshaw laid before the Board of Control a recommendation regarding the city's method' of issuing debentures which was
radically different from the methods
which have been adopted heretofore,
says tli.- Vani ouver World.
In discussing his proposal, .Mr.
Bradshaw pointed out that at present
iln- city issue- debentures bearing interesl in l 1-2 per cent., the principal
to he paid at th>' end of a stated time,
in a lump sum. Insteao. of this plan
tho Treasurer proposes to issue debentures bearing interest at ."i per
cent., lhe principal la lie paid in annual instalments.
The reasons given by .Mr. Bradshaw
for the proposed change were:  That
fi  per cent,  was  more  in accordance
with   the  current   market   condition
than 4 1-2 per cent.: that tbe amount!
of ihe capita] debt created would be!
substantially   less;   that   tlie  annual I
levy for debt purposes, would be much j
smaller;    that   there   would    be   no
necessity   to   erect   and   maintain   a
sinking'  fund;   thai   the   gross   debt
would    lie   gradually    reduced   each
year, instead of remaining stationary.
Controller  Foster   suggested   that
the city issue both kinds of debentures, but Mr. Bradshaw stated that
he was sure of his ground, and was
convinced   that   his   proposal   would
prove a success if adopted.
TRAVEL BETWEEN CANADA
AMI THE UNITED STATES
tain nationalities that we cannot en-   O
courage   to   visit   Canada   while   the
war is in progress.,
"Passports are entirely unnecessary; they have never been called for
in the past are not now andCere nol
likely to be so far as travel between
the United States and Canada is concerned. All United States' citizens,
whether by birth or naturalization,
are accorded the same treatment.
Persons born in Germany, Austro-
Hungary, Bulgaria or Turkey, and
who still remain citizens of one or
other of those countries, should not
visit Canada at this time. Persons
horn In one or other of the countries
named, but who have been natttraliz-
■ ! In the United States, may visit
Canada if they so desire, but they
should carry their United States naturalization papers as a means of
identification. Persons who arc citizens of friendly or neutral countries,
may visit Canada with the same freedom accorded to United States citizens.
"Conscription dues not exist in
Canada', ami it is not contemplated,
although it has been much talked of
In the United States, especially by.
certain interests unfavorable to Canada. No one need, therefore, miss
visiting Canada through fear of conscription.
"This letter may be accepted as
final on the subject with which it
deals, and I trust that American
tourists who this year desire to visit
Canada will not be deterred by false
rumors spiead by thoughtless or mischievous persons."
Steamship and Railway
Schedules
W. I). Sjcott, Superintendent In lie-
pnrtment Of Interior,
Lays Rumors.
ACTION TO REPLACE.
I Con tinned  from  Page One.)
say that it seems vital everything
possible should be done to make the
Empire self-contained and assert our
economic independence.
"I am sure you will agree, leaving
Many disturbing and unfounded out questions of fiscal theory, that If
rumors are current in tlie United metal mined in Canada or Australia
States regarding the difficulties met j is needed in a finished product here
with by American visitors entering we certainly should keep it under our
Canada, and this has len Mr, W. Ti. own control through its various
Scott, Superintendent in the Depart-'.changes. It is not consistent with our
niont of the Interior, to issue from Imperial dignity that it should he re-
Ottawa a vigorous statement of the fined in Germany and sent hack here
views of the Government on this sub. as a finished product. Ever since Con-
ject. •    federation Canada lias kept in view
"Tlie Canadian Government," says .the Imperial ideal. We refused to al-
Mr. Scott, "views sympathetically the low the natural attraction of a great
tourist traffic, and out of the thous- country like the United Stales to
ands who visited various parts of draw us from our Imperial connec-
Canada last year, 1 think very few tion and" tlie lime lias come when
had any reason fo complain of their these sentimental ideas should he
treatment. We shall continue lo wel-1 translated into concrete action."
come bona  fide tourists and visitors o	
as   in   other  years,   but  I   may  say i     Tie Morning Journal delivered lo
frankly that there nre. people of cer-lyour come at 5d cents a month.
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Noon.
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For Port Simpson, Arrandale, Kincolith,   Anyox,   Alice   Arm   and
Stewart, April 1, 15, 29—.May  13, 27, at 12  Midnight.
For Masett, Port Clements anaNaden Harbor, April 3, 17-—May  1,
15, 29, at 12 Midnight.
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For Surf Inlet, Bella Bella, Namu, Alert Bay and Vancouver, April
7, 21—.May 5. 19—June 2, at  12 Midnight.
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Passenger Trains leave Prince Rupert on Mondays and Thursdays
nt 10:30 a.m., for Edniontcn, Winnipeg, Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa, Xew S-ork und all Eastern Points.
"THE ROAD OF MARVELLOUS   SCENERY."
On Saturdays als. • Mixed Train, carrying passenger coach, leaves for
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For Steamship an I Sleeping Car Reservations, and full informatio-i
regarding travel to any part of the  world,  apply  tn  G. T.  P.
Ticket Oflice Third Avenue—Phone 200.
ALBERT  DAVIDSON, General   Agent.
G. F. JOHNSTON, City Passenger and Ticket Agent.
Agency All Atlnnttc and Trans-Pacific Steamship Lines.
Canadian Pacific Railway
Lowest rates to all Eastern points via steamer to Vancouver and
•      Canadian Pacific Railway
Meals aud  Berth  included    on   steamer
PRIXCESS SOPHIA SOUTHBOUND,
Friday, April 21st.
Princess Maqulnna—For Granby Bay and Alice Arm 11 p.m. Friday.
PRIXCESS MAQUINNA, SOUTHBOUND,
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BEING A MANUAL OF GOOD RECIPES carefully
crosen from the contributions of over two thouauncl
successful Lset» of I '*'" Rose* Flour thrnughaul Cuiad.v
Alao Useful Notea on the various cl.iir.ei of p-iod tilings
to cot. all of which have been, carefully checked ar.il
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Page Bayles, of Spokane, is in thel
city for a few days.
Developing and
Printing
For Amateurs
F. .1. \V. Dove, representing a
Vancouver Brewery, is in the city on
one of his regular visits.
9 . .
Aid. Casey, who has been working
at the Granby mines at Anyox, is
in the city again for a few days.
Work finished same
day as received
NOW IS KODAK TIME
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LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
On Friday, 21, at 3 p.m. the Callies
Fool ball team will play a team representing the rest of Prince Rupert
on Recreation Park. A collection for
tlie Patriotic Fund will be taken.
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Get your piano tuned by Harry
C* Evans,  pioneer  piano  tuner  and
I player expert. Leave orders at Bulger   &   Denike's,   (Wark's)   jewelry
j store. • tf.
Grand  Shakespearean  Festival  by
| the students of the High  School In
j the   Westholme   Theatre   April   20.
General admission 25 cents, reserved
seats 50 cents. tf.
Ii       #       4
Nicholas  Vrikilich   who   has  been
I serving  with  the  Serbian  army,  go-
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FURS
If you have any Furs
tosell, do not dispose of
Them without Consulting Us.
Furs  may  be  consigned  to  us for approval,, at. our expense. Send
by  Express, submitting prices.  We will pay express both  ways if
,4,J.. price;  is not agreed upon. ' jjj
W. GOLDBLOOM
HEADQUARTERS IN THE OITIT AT HOTEL PRINCE RUPERT       fi
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ing from here to enlist, has returned to the city. There has been general rejoicing among his countrymen
in spite of the fact that be is invalided home.
»     *     •
E. H. Maynaro, who has been invalided home from the front, is expected to reach here this morning on
the steamer Prince Rupert. He has
returned from the east by way of
Victoria.
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Yesterday two boats landed 20,000
pounds and sold to the Atlln Fisheries at. 10 1-2 cents per pound. This is
the highest price yet reached for halibut In Prince Rupert. The boats were
the Guilford, of Vancouver, 9,000
pounds; and the Dick, of Bremerton,
11,000 pounds.
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Victims of fish stories receive little
sympathy, and so H. E. Ross, of tbe
Empress Hotel staff, is only laughed
at when he breaks forth in lamentations over an expensive rod and line.
In this case his friends vouch for the
truth of ihe statement that the Ash
were so plentiful that they actually
stole the rod, line and all pertaining
thereto from the deck of the boat.
LOCAL SOLDIER.
(Continued  from  Page One.)
ner is told by him.
A party of them were spending
their period of respite out of trench
fighting and had located what appeared to them to be a welcome place to
bath in one of the streams. They believed themselves well out of range,
ano were enjoying the open air bath
ln absolutely undress uniform when
suddenly the shells began to drop in
their midst.
There was no time for ceremony. A
few hesitated for a moment, but Jack
Dowling, of Prince Rupert, with apparently the keenest sense for means
of escape led the procession, while the
others followed hot haste for quar^
ters, each carrying his belongings,
not on his person but under his arm.
Soon,   he  says,   the   idea   of   the
danger of  the  situation  passed  and
the soldiers were convulsed with the
ludicrous side of the situation.
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The Morning Journal delivered to
your home at 50 cents a month.
[reduction
1 f^ANADA from her abundance can help supply the Empire's needs,
^ and this must be a comforting thought for those upon whom the
heavy burden of directing the Empire's affairs has been laid. Gain or
no gain the course before the farmers of Canada is ns clear as It was
last year—they must produce abundantly in order to meet the demands
that may be made, and I believe this to be especially true in regard to
live stock, the world's supply of which must be particularly affected in
this vast struggle. Stress and strain may yet be in store for us all'
before this tragic conflict is over, but not one of us doubts the issue,
and Canadians will do their duty in the highest sense of that great
word."—HON. MARTIN BURRELL, Minister of Aijrindture.
MODERN war is made by resources, by money- by foodstuffs, as
well as by men and by munitions. While war is our first business, it is the imperative duty of every man in Caoada to produce all
that he can, to work doubly hard while our soldiers are in the trenches,
in order that the resources of the country may not only be conserved, but
increased, for the great struggle that lies before us. ' Work and Save'
is a good motto for War-tune,"—SIR THOMAS WHITE, Minister
ef Finance,
THE CALL OF EMPIRE COMES AGAIN IN 1916
TO CANADIAN FARMERS, DAIRYMEN, FRUIT GROWERS, GARDENERS
WHAT IS  NEEDED ?  these in particular-
wheat, OATS, HAY,
BEEF, PORK, BACON,
CHEESE, EGGS, BUTTER, POULTRY,
CANNED FRUITS, FRUIT JAMS,
SUGAR, HONEY, WOOL, FLAX FIBRE,
BEANS, PEAS, DRIED VEGETABLES
We must feed ourselves, feed our soldiers, and help feed the Allies.   The need is greater in
1916 than it was in 1915.    The difficulties are greater, the task is heavier, the
need is more urgent, the call io patriotism is louder—therefore be
thrifty and produce to the limit.
"THE   AGRICULTURAL   WAR   BOOK   FOR   1916"  is now in the press.   To be had from
The Publications Branch, Department of Agriculture, Ottawa.
THE   GOVERNMENT   OF CANADA 2
THI DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE THE DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE
NOTICE.
SHERIFF'S SALE OP LAM),
IN    THE    SUPREME    COURT    OF
BRITISH  COLUMBIA,
BETWEEN:   C.   L.  Queen,   Plaintiff;
AND
The   Pine   Creek   Flume   Company,
Limited, Defendant.
Pursuant to the order of the Honourable Mr. Justice MacDonald made
herein, I will offer for sale at my
office in the Court House, Prince Rupert, B. C, on Thursday, the 20th
day of April, A. D., 1916, at the hour
ft 11 o'clock in the forenoon, the following lands and leases: —
Lot 254, Group 1, Cassiar District,
Province of British Columbia; and
three hydraulic leases, known a8
"Dynamite," "Dewdney" and "Vancouver," all being situate and lying
on the North side of Pine Creek,
l'rovince of British  Columbia.
The only charge appearing against
Lot 254 is a conveyance in fee by
way of mortgage to secure debentures to the amount of Ninety-eight
hundred dollars ($9,800.00), registered the 17th' day of December,
X903, and the Judgment herein for
Sixteen hundred and ninety-five dollars ($1,685.00), and costs, filed the
14th day of June, 1915, under number 202.
Further particulars may be obtained at my office.
JOHN   SHIRLEY,
m-19  a-19 Sheriff.
NOTICE,
Notice is hereby given to firms and
individuals who Sell provisions or
other supplies to Stewards of Canadian Government Ships under this
Department, that the Department Is
not responsible for debtB contracted
by such Stewards.
Clause No. 8 of Contract with
Stewards, covering the Victualling
of   such   Ships  reads   as   follows: —
"It is nistinctly understood by the
"parties hereto that the said Depart-
"ment shall not be responsible for
"any debts contracted by the said
"Steward, and the said Steward
"agrees to notify all persons with
"whom he wishes to contract for the
"purchase of any such provisions,
"store or groceries, and befoie contracting for same, that the said De-
"partment, shall not be responsible
"for any debt to be contracted by him
"in that or any other respect."
G. J. DESBARATS,
Deputy Minister of the Naval Service.
Department of (he Naval Service,
Ottawa, March  21at,  1916.
Unauthorised   publication   of  this
advertisement will  not  be  paid  for.
—95,346. a5-6w.
FREDERICK  PETERS.   K.C.
Barrister, Solicitor and Notary Publl.
n.-a    |rj
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your home at 50 cents a month.
B. C. Undertakers f
beg to inform their friends and
the public generally that they
have engaged the services of a
First Class Undertaker, who is
a graduate of a Canadian and
American College of Embalming, Sanitation, Disinfection
and Bacteriology, and who
holds both Canadian and
American Diplomas.
Lady Aslstant always in attendance to car« (or ladies and
children.
Office and Parlors No. Ill,
corner 2nd Street and 2nd Ave.
Phone ii. Open Day and Night
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Ey e Troubles Corrected
Mr. Bulger has had over ten yearn experience in eight testing
and fitting glasses, and last mid-summer took a post graduate
course, which included the latest discoveries in tho science of optometry or eye measuring. One of the most imi ortant is dynamic skiametry. The new method of Prof. A. J. Cross, of New
York, In which the eye Is measured by a beam uf reflected light
and aay error Is recorded.
But we do nol simply rely on one method; each eye Is tested
separately, In three different ways, besides trying the muscular balance, together and the nervous acutenees.
We use the new drugless method's, no drops in the eye and no
heavy frame resting on your face; ours swings from the wall by a
bracket.
PRICES AS  LOW  AS ANYWHERE
BULGER & DENIKE
OPTICIANS   AND   JEWELLERS
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Blakely Co., Jewellers,
and Watch Repairers
HARRY SELFE a watchmaker of long experience has been put ln
charge of that department—Satisfaction guaranteed.
See our stock of nuggets from the North. Make your choice while
they last and have them made np In the city as stick-pin, brooch
or pendant.
Encourage Home Industry and keep tlie money In the city.
EVES TESTED SCIENTIFICALLY by an expert In that Une of
work—Latest appliance for testing.
HIUH CLASS STOCK TO CHOOSE FROM $
Corner Third Avenue and Sixth Street    I
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THE   METHODIST  CHURCH
British Columbia Conference Rev. J. F. Dimmick, pastor.
Parsonage 032 Sixth Are. W.    Church, Sixth Ave. & Musgrav   Place
MR. HARRY HANSON, Prince Rupert, B. C, April 9, 1914.
"The  Reliable   Plumber,"
Prince Rupert, B. C,
1 have great pleasure iJ certifying  to  the  excellent hot  water
and heating system that you installed   in   our   parsonage,  and  that
after six months of operation through   tlie   winter   months   It   has
given every satisfaction.
The system heats a thirty gallon tank of water to boiling temperature in one hour after the fire has been started; it in no way
interferes with tho oven for baking purposes. In addition to this,
the wall radiator which you placea' ln dining-room and connected
with the range boiler has given us splendid satisfaction, supplying
us with ample heating throughout the w'nter, saving us the cost of
a stove and fuel.
I most heartily testify to the satisfaction and efficiency of your
system and gladly recommend It.
Yours very truly,
(Signed)   (Rev.)  J. F. DIMMICK.
Speceial price for coil for month of March only will be Fifteen
dollars, Ten dollars cash, balance 30 days.
HARRY HANSON „
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THE   RELIABLE   PLUMBER
Phone 489        P.  O.  Box 305
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Royal Bank of Canada
HEAD    OFFICE:   MONTREAL ESTABLISHED   I860
Capital Paid up   $11,500,000
Reserve Fund       $13,230,000
Total Assets    $200,000,000
Savings Bank Department—$1 will open an account
Branches   Throughout   Canada and Banking Connections With All
Parts of the United States. Agents Throughout the World.
F. XV. DOHERTY, Manager ■ Prince    Rupert    Branch
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A. E. WRIGHT
Provincial  and  Dominion  Land  Surveyor—Surveying   and   Engineering,
let ween Second  and Tiiird Avenues
P. O. Box 10.
SAVE YOUR
EYES
If you would save your eyea—have
them fitted perfectly with glasses hy
DR. INMAN
Offices—788 Exchange Building
OR. J. S. BROWN, DENTIST
Crown and Bridge Work a
Specialty
Office: Smith   Block.   Third   Avenu*
ItoMtft.
IMPERIAL MACHINE IRKS
Engines   Installed  and  General
Repn
■)xy-Acetylene   Plant   In i-ctlou
Phone Red 150 Third ..     aue
Prince Rupert Journal
50c. per Month
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Capt. J. McGee
M.M.S.A. k
Masters and Mates prepared ;
for examination.   Compass al-
j utter.
Phone Red 502
"NAUTICAL   ACADEMY"
Belgereon Block, opposite
Royal Hotel
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