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Prince Rupert Journal
VOL. VII.
MtlXCE RUPERT, II. ('.. THURSDAY,  FEBRUARY K.  lilt7.
Price 5 Cent'.
N'0.   fiS.
UNITED STATES HASTILY PREPAREFOR WAR
RtMOR_ PRESIDENT WILSON" ASSASSINATED
The Invasion Of Holland Bv Germans Is A Possibility
Ambassador Gerard  Has Arrived In Neutral  Country
The American States
Feel That War Is
Now Inevitable
Washington, Feb. 7.—Tonight the
American Slates are still at high tension, awaiting the publication of the
German note in answer to President
Wilson's note regarding the new submarine campaign. The general feeling is rapidly gaining that war with
Germany is inevitable.
f It is believed that tomorrow the
publication of the Kaiser's message lh "
will be flashed throughout the entire nation. In the meantime the naval yards and arsenals aro working
with feverish haste. In the naval
yards the battleship Missouri and
Minnesota were put in commission
and aro now on duty, as was also
the cruiser Wisconsin.
Earlier Report.
Washington, Feb. 7.—The worli of
feeding that, :f the United States is
called upon to strike, she can do so
immediately and forcibly. A policy
of complete secrecy is being followed by the Government departments
and the President has discontinued
his daily conference with news.wpa-
pernien  owing to the delicate situa
SPAIN PROTESTS        i GOVERNMENT
TO BERLIN MINE REPORTS
MAY   SEVER    RELATIONS    WITH
GERMANS OWING TO SUB.
MARINE WARFARE
Course   Taken    Ify   The   American
States May lie Followed
In The Mutter.
MINES IN THE INTERIOR SERVED
15V THE GRAND  TRUNK   PACIFIC DOING WELL
Considerable     Development     Work
Was Carried Out  During The
Fear 1916.
In connection with the seizure of
several German steamships by American officials, it was pointed out that
a similar seizure of German ships
interned in Portugal was followed
by a declaration of war on the part
of the Kaiser against that country.
Germany lost no time in making Portugal's action a basis for hostilities.
It  was  pointed  out that,  to  be con-
In the British Columbia preliminary review and estimate of mineral
production for the year 1016 there
is a great deal of interesting infor-
l.ondon, Feb. 7.—Spain will probably lie the first of the neutral nations to follow the action of the
States in severing rela-ions with Germany. The Government has despatched a strong protest to Berlin against
Germany's unlimited submarine war-j is taken from this report
fare and  may take  ihe same course
as the United States in the matter.
Invasion Of Holland
By German Forces
Is Now Feared
Amsterdam, Feb. 7.—Anxiety con- ]
cerning    Holland's    future   is   more
'een today  than at any period since i
ihe outbreak of the war. Several far-
tors contribute to the gravity of the
situation. Holland is now facing star- j
ration,  as  she has never heen  able
to produce more in a year than she
matlon in condensed form relative to  would consume in four months and
mines   and   mining.     The   following |a-half. The existing stocks of grain
are sufficient to last only two weeks.
The opinion in official circles here
CONGRESS BEHIND
PRESIDENT WILSON
IN LATEST MOV I
Washington, Feb. 7.—The $60,-
000,000 Fortification Bill passed
Congress today. Congress also en-
preparing for eventualities is being jsistent, Germany must at once de- dorsed the President's resolution by
pushed forward today. Tlie greatest clare war on the United States, al- U vote of 7S to 5. The House of
effort is being centred on  the navy,  though  some  officials said  that  the'Representatives also agrees to an ap.
propriation    of   millions    for
aircraft and munitions.
the most Important measure being American seizure was different from
the passing of the bill of supply for that of Portugal, in that it was a
funds for an increased navy, made'police measure to prevent destruc-
imperative In the emergency. So com-   tion  of the  vessels,  rather  than  ac- iDENMARK WILL NOT
pletely and quickly Is the work pro-  tual confiscation of the ships.
FOLLOW THE LEAD
OF UNITED STATES
During the year 1016 lode-mining
was  active  In  part  of  the  Omineca
Mining  Division   which  is  served   by
the   Grand   Trunk   Pacific   Railway.
Roughly,  this  lode-mining   territory
lies  alone  or  near  the  Skeena   and
Bulkley Rivers, and their tributaries,
and  the most Important camps centre   around   the   towns   of   Hazelton
and Telkwa. The production  of the
niv Aon for the year is estimated to
have  been   about   11.37."   tons.   70S      J. F. Strang, the popular manager
ounces gold,  106,397  ounces silver,  of   tlle   Sunnyside   cannery,   accom
1,262,7.10   pounds   copper,   254,983   pained  by his  wife and  family, are
pounds   lead,   16S.616   pounds   zinc, iSUests at  the  Prince   Rupert   Hotel,
and ?12,noo In placer gold. They  will  Ire in  the city  for a few
days.
TEH SHIPS WEut
SUNK YESTERDAY
SUBMARINES CONTINUE TO TAKE
TOLL OF MERCHANT
SNIPS
l'i\e   Were  Sunk  The   Previous  Day
By The I'ndersea Crafts
Of I'noin.i.
is, that German concessions regarding a protected zone will be a mere
mockery if the United States enters
the war. The massing of German
troops on the Dutch border Is causing considerable uneasiness, and
there is a fear that, in desperation, ),, tne war zon,
Germany may treat Holland as she
did Belgium.
i. Ion, Fi b. 7.   -The toll of ships
sunk numbered ten today. Only two
persons were reported to have lost
their lives. Yesterday in,. Germans
sank   four  Britisli   and   one  Russian
Unconfirmed Rumor
Oi Assassination Of
President Wilson TZ°c
New York, Fch. 7.—Denmark has
decided   thai   she  cannot   follow  the
course taken by the United Stairs in
regard  to  the  German  and  Austrian
ampalgn.     Reasons  are
   _  Last   evening  there   was  a   report
IMMIGRATION  HILL received- in   the  city   that   President
PASSED  BV  CONGRESS Wilson   had   been   assassinated.   The
OVER.RIDING PRESIDENT journal immediately took It upon it-!
self to try and verify the rumor, but !
Washington, Feb, 7.—II is expect-' dl<j not mect with anv great sllrcess j
ed Ihat protests will he made by the'.,..     ,„,.,„ ,     ,
I ue last telegram  received  over tire
(MM) OPIUM DEN
ON FULTON ST!
' The Silver Standard mine- at Glen
Mountain     was     operated     steadily !
throughout the year and nea
tons of ore was shinned.  Ahor
tons  of silver-lend   ore  was  shipped
to the Trail smelter, containing 120 '
ounce?   cold.   74,593   ounces   silver,
and   162.oni   pounds  lead;   and  209;
tons   of  zinc-silver  ore   was  shipped j
to the United States, containing 1 (is,- !
616  pounds  zinc  and   12.647  ounces
REPORT DENIED
THAT GERMANS WOULD
MODERATE CAMPAIGN
London.  Feb.   7.—It   has  heen  officially denied that Germany had decided    to   moderate   her   submarine
campaign and not sink unarmed mer-
'chantmen and hospital ships.
2'Z(Carefully Prepared
Plot Unearthed To
Sink Interned Ships
ET
Police Seize  Four Hundred  Dollars'
Worth Of Opium In
Ronntl-Up.
New York, Feb. 7.—Extra precau-
siher. Development work was carried tlons al'(' being taken in the port of
on as well, consisting mainly of a Manilla and the Panama today. In-
cross-cut tunnel which has heen drlv- vestigation lliis uncovered carefully
en SSO feet to connect, with the lower i repared idols to destroy all the in-
worklngs in the shaft on the main itemed enemy merchant ships which
vein.  This  tunnel  cross-cuts  four or  are In these harbors. The machinery
AMRASSADOH ARRIVED
SAFELV ON SWISS
TERR1TORV
London,   Feb.  7.—Word   has  I n
received   here  today   thai   Ambassa-
.lapanese over the passing by Congress of tire illiteracy provision in
the Immigration bill.
wire gave out tbe information that a
flash had been received in Winnipeg
by the press of that city that Presi-
The President had vetoed the bill,  rtcnt  W|]son  had  been  assassinated,
but Congress has passed the measure  bu|   tha,   110  confirmation   was   then
over Ills head, and now the bill has aj hand,
become law. There has been a long-
drawn   out   light   over   the   illiteracy
provisiiul.
WILL TEND TO
SHORTEN Till! WAR
SAYS LLOYD GEORGE
The Police Department declared
war on King Tai. a Celestial abode
on Fulton Street last evening.
Through   secret   information   that
.found its way to the police headquarters, the place was suspected of being ■• gambling and opium den. Con-
We are under tho impression that Ltable   Bal]ey   waa  in,,,.,„,„,,,   to   In-
the report is without foundation.        vestlgate, with the result thai a raid
President Wilson is, the 28th Presl; was decided upon,
dent of the United Slates, and is Hie'     At   10:30  o'clock  a   company  was!
first Democratic Presidenl the Amerl-  formed, consisting of Constable Bail-
can   Slates  have   had1 since   Grover ey, Adams and  McCllnchy.  A silent .
five veins which are roughly parallel. |of   the   boats   have   been   tampered  ('or Gerard of the United States, has
arrived safely In Sv\ ltz< rland, He rc-
Tiie  crew  of  the  interned   l-Iam-  celved  his  passports  from  the Oer-
burg-Amerlcan   liner   Saxonia   were  raan   Government    and
placed   under   arrest    for   trying   lo I
wreck the engines..
RUPERT TO TAKE
During   the   past   year   Roche:'   de   with
Bor.lo Mountain was the scene of con- ;
Slderable  activity;   much  of the development carried out was due to the
interest,   aroused   hy   the   success   of
the Rocher de Boule mine during tbe
llast two years.    Only th" lasi  mentioned property shipped In  1916. hut
'ii   -.-coins quite likely that   th" future
will   see  other  properties   added   lo   Piide Of G. T. P. Fleet Will Repluce
•he shipping list. Prince George The  Latter
A  low  level tunnel  was also start-                    Part Of Tbe Month.
cl which will tap the malt  rein nt a 	
NORTHERN lit \
London, Feb. 7,—Premier Lloyd
George, in his address to Parliament, said ihat the German campaign against neutral shipping would
only tend to shorten the war.
AMERICAN CAPITAL FOR
Cleveland   held   office   in   the   year I approach   was  made  and   an   attack
1898 earned    out    before    the   Celestials Idepth  '"' :li"""   ''    '""   '■'"',   wl"       T°ward8   "!"   latter   >'"'   "f   '*•
were aware that the limb of the law be nearl3
was  in   motion.   Doors, slammed  and !
INTERIOR MINING INTERESTS had io lie battered down, before nn
  entrance was gained.    Celestials ap- | befor« reaeMl?S «" main vein
!Prominent'Promoter Expects To See peared and disappeared before they
ARRIVALS
AT HOTEL
RUPERT.
PRINCE
Heavy Inllnv Of Capital
Into These Parts.
|nel   will   also  nit   two   other   veins,   hauling   and    repair   work   on    Ihi
which   have good  surface  showings,,  steamer Prince Rupert of the Grand
Trunk Pacific fleet will lie completed
lipped  during  the year  at Esquimau  and tlie vessel will be
|were finally rounded up. In another  amounted to ahoui 10',400 tons, con- dispatched in the Prince Ruperl ser-jciegg, under ihe auspices of Vancou-
Ipart of the house a lottery game was   taming  1,2.17,000  pounds copper as j vice,   replacing   the   steamer   Prince  ver Lodge, No. 68, A. F. & A. M. Mr.
interrupted.    The    attacking    party   well as some ge'd and silver, George, says The Vancouver World.    Sandels, who died In Prince Rupert
overnmenl and " - railed
home on ."th of the month, and decided to leave Europe by a S lanlsti
I irt. !• : noi '■"• di Hnlti Ij dei Ided
as to which count] y shall t ike • hargi
Of American aafflr In Gen any, Brazil 'til Si aln wi re both n i ntloned,
Thi   I  i me;- ha - in • n abandoned,
•Funeral of w. .!. Rnnilels.
In He presence of a large attendance ' f personal friends of the deceased, ihe funeral of the late W, .1.
Sandels., Prince Ruperl Manager for
Kelly. Douglas & Co., took place on
Saturday afternoon from the undertaking parlors   r N'unn, Thompson &■
A. Tliibodeau, Juneau; M. L. i Raleigh P. Trimble, the well known . smashed the bank and seized the
Woodward, Juneau; F. II. Small, jmlnlng man of Portland, Oregon, ar- .money and the men.
Vancouver; P. G. Schwager, Dune-rived by the Prince George yester- j In the final round-up it was found
din; M. Piper, Saskatoon; M. Othner, day, and will proceed to the interior jthat five Chinamen, a lottery equip-
Dunedin; F. Prenail, Allan, Sask.; at the first opportunity. Mr. Trimble, jnient, a little money and four hun-
Raleigh P. Trimble, Portland, Ore.; |WhO is heavily interested in mining | tired dollars' worth of opium had
W.   Taylor   and   wife,   Gravelburg, ' properties  in   Northern   British   Co- been taken.
Sask.;  A. A.'Davidson, Irwin, Alta.; .lumbia,  predicts  that  there  will  be o	
J.   Bourgon,,'Hubert,   B.   C.j   Grace la  heavy  influx of American  capital!     .Mr. and Mrs. Carmichae! expect to
Griffin, Seattie; A. Forsyth and wife, ,to these parts during the coming sea- , lnave   Prince  Rupert   for   Hamilton,
(Continued on Pace Four.) son, ":*  Ont., next Monday.
The followin properties on Roch- j Since the Prince Ruperl was, with- on Wednesday last, was horn on June
ei'de Boule Mo atain Were Under de- drawn from the Alaskan run on I>e-;:in, 1S0.'.. and had been In the em-
veiopnient dur.'ig the year: The oember 28 considerable work has ploy of Kelly. Douglas & Co. since
Hazelton View roup, owned by Hit beet' dene aboard her, She was lirst 1903, being at various times manager
New Hazelton Gold-Bobalt Mines, t dryrlockerl. and afler being floated of the Victoria'and New Westminster
Limited; the Cap group, owned by from the basin she shifted >n the re- .branches, and was exceedingly well
Dennis Comeau et al.; the Red Rose pair wharf at Yarrows, where a large knoivn throughout tlie Province.
group; the Daley West group, own- force engineers and mechanics took (especially In 'he north. A large num.
erl by the Rocher de Bottle Copper charge of her for the purpose of .ber of floral tributes testified to the
& Mining Company;  the Great Ohio  thoroughly overhauling her engines,  gentleman was held.—Vancouver Ex-
(Contlnued on Page Two.)
(Continued on  Page Two.)
change. THURSDAY,   FEBRUARY   S,   1911
PRINCE Bvrratr JOURNAL
*n«CE tfupct* journal!3 promisinspr08pect'and wel1 worth
.spending money on.
telephone 138.
An    amalgamation    of   the   Delta
.[group and several other claims has
O. H. NELSON, Editor
Telephone 18H.
Oflice:    12S   Third   Avenu      East,
utar McBrlde Street.   Telphone 138;
«toffice Box 1545.
DAILY   EDITION.
'utilisuea   every    morning   except
iday.   Delevered by carrlei in the
at the following rate, if paid In
ance:—
One Year  $5.00
Six Month        $2.50
Three Mor ■  $1.2"
If not. paid in advance,
11 r  Mon.   5 i.50
' tlvi-i■ti.-mu  Rates  i pen  AppUci til u
Telephone i:ts.
THUHf^^^^^B^B^^^^B
been made by Harrison Clement, and
it is understood that work on a large
scale will soon be commenced. i     Coa!  minlng  right  of  the  Domin.
The  Highland  Boy was tied up In   '°u in  Manitoba,  Saskatchewan   and
....    ., ,    , .. .   . ,t .    Alberta,   the    Yukon   Teritory,   the
litigation most of the year, but it is |Notl)We'st   Teritoriee. and   a   portion
believed this is now settle'd and that 'of the Province of British Columbia
work may be started before long.
71 e Morning Journal deliverer'  a i
.,'•,   nome ai  SO cents a month.
SYNOPSIS     OP      COAL
REGULATIONS,
MINING
LIQUOR AOT, 1010.
(Section  4 2.)
NOTICE  is hereby  given  that, on
may be leased for a term of twenty-
one years at an annual rental or
Jl per acre. Not more than 2,560
acres will be leas-' to one applicant.
Aplieations foi a lease, must be
made by the applicant in  person to
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
(Section :SO and 1:14.)
ie Application Xo. 0,085. Filing ->,807
TAKE NOTJCE that application
as been made to register Melvin M.
tephens and Maxwell C. Wade, of
Prince Rupert, B. C, as owner in fee
under two Tax Sale Deeds from The
Collector ef the City of Prince Rupert, bearing date the 23rd day of
October,  1916, of ALL AND SINGU-
iinust be described   by   sections,   and
the  flt-Sl   ee.l   Of   Heee.nl,,,    ,.er;r.   :.p|'li-    ,„    „,,,,,,.   ,.,.,   |   torrito!.y   ('.,    lract   ap-
cation will he made to the Sntieriii-   Plied for shall he Btaked  out I )
« „ • ,  „ .,     „ pppllcant.
tendent  ol   Provincial  Police for re-1
1   ol   the   hotel   licence   to  sell
tbe Agent or Sub-Agent   it the d!s-ij,AR tnat certaIn  ,,an.c.| <„■ tract of
trier   in which tiie rights applied for
are situated. land and premises situate, lying, and
ian(j being in  the Municipality of  Prince
Rupert,   I I nenl   Dlsl rii u   more
i   i  ii ularly knovi n and described ar
mi"'
SAVE THE
In    mrveyed   territory    the
Bach   appllc tion must   be i'com-
pi by a fee of $5, which w'll be
 ^^ ;■' the • , ":-.-i for are
as the Granby Bay Hotel, situate at!n°t available b
HI PI   . IKE
i Uontint    I from 1
While thi ■> In l - ruing basin ide to damage caused by an ling which occurred   las               a   numbel   oi
shell ; ib i laci d. It
is i" ' hal I '• Prince
Rnpi rl al u commission ii.  ■■'• i. 1   ; itelj
she Is i urned over to hi iwners the
Prince Rui ei i w II taki . he run
between Si : tie, Victoria, Vancon er,
Prince Ruperl and \n.vn.\. maintaining a weekly servici foi the balance
of the winter months, Simultaneously with her return to the service the
steamship Prince George will be
withdrawn and laid up for her annual overhaul. By (he time ihe work
on the latter vessel is completed it is
expected that the spring schedule of
■   e G   T. P. will be announced. Both
ssels will be in the best shape for
the heavy tourist travel of the coming season.
Vnyox, i'i the Province of British Co-
jlumbla.
altj e paid   on   the   mer-
table output of the
 ira'.ir of live ceo in per
Dated  this Thirtieth   day  of Sep-      The operating    the   mine
tembei    1916, he Agent witl     vorn
■ o ■■ ' oi     the    lull
G anbj B     Hotel Company, Limited,  quantitj of merchantable coal mined
JAS. CHURCHILL, Manager.    Yd l>a-'" tne '"'>'a!i>" tne^" "' " '
.    '
.Applicant
LIQUOR ACT. 1910,
I Seel ion   ll>.)
NOTICE  Is hen by  given that, on
'     !     -   day of i lei em her ni xt, application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for the
renewal of a licence for the sale of
liquor by wholesale In and upon the
premises   known   as   Beaver  Wholesale Liquor Company   of Prince Rupert, Limited, situate at 708 Fraser
Street,   Prince  Rupert,   B.   C,  upon
the lands described as Lots Fifteen
and   Sixteen   115-16),   Block  Thirty-
iivo   (32)   Section  One   (1)   City  ot
Prince Rupert, B. C.
Dated this 12th day of October, 1916
THE   BEAVER   WOLESALB
LIQUOR  CO.,  OF  PRINCE RUPERT   LIMITED,
GEO. A. SWEET,
o 15 Manager.
NOTICE.
eon! milling rights . •■ no being operated, am i irns shei! 1 i r-
nished al least once a
The lease wil' Include tne
mining rights only. but the lessee
may he permitted to purchase whatever availabh surface rights may bi!
considered necessary for the work
Ing of the mine at the rate of $10
per acre.
For full information application
should be made to the Secretary of
the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent
ol  I lomlnion Lands.
W. W. COSY.
Deputy Minister of .">-   Interior.
LIQUOR ACT.  1910.
(Section 42.)
GOVERNMENT.
(Continued on Page Three.)
grrui p;  and se eral others cm  ■• hich
assi -■■■' s,   tc.    vi i     Ii ne
Thi Ha :elti u Vii w groti i would
appear lo have a fairly good surface
showing, the values consls! ing of gold
contained in ai enopy ite, The property is, while virtually undeveloped,
'l lie Red Cross, Society requests
all public entertainments, dances, or other' undertakings given
with the object of appropi lal h • I he
; i ui cods to the Red Cross Funds or
r!ie Prisoners of War Department,
btain permission from the So-
ciety.
J.B. ROEHl'C, Secretary.
NOTICE is hereby given that, on
the first day of December next, application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of the hotel licence to sell
liquor, by retail in the hotel known
.is the Nichol Hotel, situated at Pacific, in the Province of British Columbia.
Dated this 7th day of October, 1910
0-12 MRS. MARY ANDERSON,
LAM) ACT.
SPTtrOE  LOGS  WANTED.
'•'OHM OF NOTICE.
of
turisrs-:
I
Wanted targe quantity Spruce loirs, !
of good s'se, and scaling at least 30 I
J per  cent.  No    I     Write  particulars
llfri   '.    'j-        '   I  '■?   g   as to price, quality and earliest, de-
U.1\I    ''if     .-* I'iA   'I
r-   Ilverv to C. P. Coles & Co., Vancou-
Tjf{ pjosT ''"IF ' (TABLE
Lis «   ■ i S a
'h.
o
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o   Stand■   Front  Pimm        l'n  ■ 're
g
STUART J. MARTIN,
PROVINCIAL    ASSAYER    AND
ANALYTICAL
CHEMIST
iAZELTON,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
Land District, District
■ tee Oharlol te Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Oliver Brown,
oi Victoria, B. C, occupation machinist, intends to a|)|ily for permission
o p ospoct for oca] and petroleum
oy the following described SHRDTJU
-ju tlie Wesl Coasl of Graham island,
in   vicinity of West. River.
Commencing at a post planted two
miles south of the southeast corner
I cif    C.L.,    0,071,   thence    south    80
chains;     thence    west    SO    chains;
I thence north So chains;   thence eas;
■ 3o chains to point of commencement,
Name of applicant,
OLIVER BROWN,
AUSTIN BROWN, Agent.
Dated July 10, 1910. nlO-e.10
MGRSaftSrCLfJ.,-.: !^&TV:i$&*mm!iSSl&mf'
?STQR£
THOSE WHO, FROM  TIME  TO TIME, HAVE
FUNDS   REQUIRING    INVESTMENT
 I MAY   PURCHASE   AT   PAR
DOMINION OF OY     DEBENTURE
IN SUMS OF $500, OR ANY MULTIPLE THEREOF
Principal repayable Lst October, 1919.
Interest payable half-yearly, Isl ipril and lst October by
cheque (free of exchange at anj chartered Bank in Canada) at
tbe rate of five per com per annum from I he date of purchase.
Holders of this stock will have the privilege of surrendering
n: par and accrued interest, as the cquivnlci of cash, in payment of any allotment made under anj fi i uri war loan issue in
Canada other than an issue of Treasury Bills or other like short,
date security.
Proceeds of this stock arc for war purposes only.
A commission of one-quarter of one per cent will be allowed
i :> rscognj zed bond and Btock brokers on allotments macje in
respect of applications for tiiis stock which bear their stamp.
For application forms apply to the Deputy Minister of
Knancc, Ottawa.
ORPARTMENT OF FINANCE, OTTAWA
OCTOBER 7th. 1116.
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•   ■,.        ,:       rsoi    so ser' ed with
tlce,   .   .   .   and   those  clali
through   or  under   them,  ano   all
■ ins   claiming   any  interest   In
■ land by virtue i f any unre ;
instrun    it    and     '1   persons
claiming any interest in the lauil
:• descent whose title is not registered under the provisions of tl Is
Vet, shall be for ever estopped and
debarred from setting up an: claim
to or in respect of the land so gold
for taxes, and the Register shall
register the person entitled under
such tax sale as owner of tbe land
so sold for taxes."
AND   VVHEREAS   application   has
een made for a Certilicte ol Inde-
easlble Title to the above-mentioned
anils,   in   tlie   name   of   Melvin   .V.
ens and Maxwi ll C. Wade:
AND WHEREAS on .nvestigating
he title ii appears that prior to tin
4th day of September, 1915, (the
ate on which the said lands were
obi for overd ie ta res), you were thi
:   1'ed   owner   thereof.
PI RTHER TAKE NOTICE that: a,
the same time I shall-effect registra-
ion in pursuance of such application
nd   issue  a  Certificate  of Indefeas-
ble  Title  to  the said   lands  iii   the
name   of   Melvin   JL   Stephens   and
Maxwell   C.   Wade   unless   you   take
and prosecute the proper proceedings
to establish your claim, if any, to the
said  lands,,  or  to  prevent  such   pro-
osed action on my part.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
Prince Rupert, Ti ('., this 20th day
of November, 1916.
II. F. MacLEOD,
District Registrar uf Titles.
To  CI! MILES  PLANITZ,
Edmonton, Alberta.
Tlie Forestry Battalion
the 230th
Organizing now nd^r Capt.
Shuttleworth wants practical
men
Services will be auxiliary to
the fighting forces n all kinds
of rough woodwork.
For particulars apply to
SERGT. STOEES,
At the offices of the Red
Cross Society, next to Bank
of Montreal, Third Avenue.
Prince Rupert,  B. C.
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MliVEKAL ACT.
(Form I'.)
Certificate  of  Improvements.
NOTICE.
Dolly     Fraction     Mineral    Claim,
situate in the Skeena Mini •    I" Isloi
■   Ca'si iar  District.  Whore  leer ■ d:
Adjoining    Midden    Creek,    Granbj
nay, B. C.
TAKE NOTICE thai ). I. Fred RII
:! ie,  'iee Miner's Certificate No   3
"?9C, acting as nKeut ror the Oranby.
Consolidated    Mining,    Smei-ina
E'ower  Co.,  Ltd.,  Free  Miner's Cer-
flcate No. 5,005C, Intend, sixty days
■    tbe date hereof, to applj iu th-.
.   Recorder for a Certificate of
e. entente, for tlie purpose of ob.
,.'i .      I town Grant of the above
ii,
■ • fui i. . . alee notice that action. nui!:1: ■• ; S5, must be commenced !»' ■ .ne is.sue of audi Oer-
tiflcate of .improvements.
natetl this 20th day of July, A. Vs.,
1916. ]27-s27
I.   Fb"-iD   RITCHIE.   Agent.
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EMPRESS MOTEL
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X 11th Regiment, Irish Fusiliers, Vancouver,
250 Men Wanted Immediately for
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Repairs.
Oxy-Acetylene   Plant   in   Connection
i'lmnc Red 150 Third Avenue
For Rent For Earn
or  other  social   a 1 fairs        ,
RAILWAY MEVS HALL
formerly  Kaien  Island  Mali
Phone 5:57.
DR. J. S. BROWN, DENTIS:
Orown and Bridge Work  i
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BOILERS,   ENGINES,   S  .;:•;..   KXfilXES,     11
MACHINERY,   RAILWAY   AND   CONTRACTORS'   EQUIPMENT—
HOI GHT   \ND SOLD.
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MARKET AMD STOREHC Si .1ST OPENED IX OLD
RANK OF MONTREAL Bl'ILBING, FOURTH STR1 ET,
BEWEEX  SECOND  A''."!> THIRD AVENUES.
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In Any Quantity
CONSULT VS BEFOftE  GOING   ELSEWHERE
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cher of Violin, Piano, Vlolincello
and Harmony
.j of the London, Eng., Conservatory of Music Pupil of Lansdowne
Coiiell, the Belgian musician. Pupils
repared  for   the   Associate   Board,
Vancouver r'entre,  Royal College of
VI isle,
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LAND ACT.
(Form Xo. 9.)
FORM OF NOTICE.
i'reena    Land    District,    District    fif
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that William  Dixon, of Victoria, B. C, occupation accountant,  intends  to  apply   for  tier-
mission to prospect for coal and pe-
•r.kum on tiie vV   t Coasl of Qrahani
. rind, in vicinity of West River.
Commencing al a posl planted mi
.ilk- south of the southeast comer
of    C.L.,    9,973    thence    north    SO
bains; them ast ' :: i I ainsi them
'ioi:th   80   • :,- iii.-.
liains tc poinl of comi
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LAND Al
■"•HURSIMY,   FEBRUARY   8     1917.
Winter Schedule
Effective January First
S.S.  PRIXCK GEORGE
rHURSDAY AT 12 MIDNIGHT   FOR     VANCOUVER,     VICTORIA
AND SEATTLE
WEDNESDAY   .MIDNIGHT   FOR ANYOX
S. S. PRINCE ALBERT.
For Ketchikan, Wrangell, Juneau and Skagway.
January 10th and 84th; February 7th ami -'1st; .March 7th and 21.
For Queen Charlotte Islands,
January  3rd; 17th and 31st;   February 14th and 2Sth;  March 14,
PASSENGER TRAIN SERVICE
■Vi :      laj  and Saturday a:  11:30   a.   m.   foi'   Smithers,   Prince
■■ orge, Edmonton, Saskatoon and Winnipeg.    Making connections
al!  i oints  Elast acdSouth.
•■ rain       r ■ 1 jesday at   f :0fl n. tn.
For information and reservation*   ipirly in
(Form Xo. 0.)
FORM OF NOTIC
-: : i a ■    Land    District,    I 'Istrict   of
irlotl    islandi
TAKE NOTICE that Fredericl
'.:-•■: si h, of Vli toria, It. C, occupation ,■!,,. '• -;;,r nds i" " ly For per-
nil   loi   "   . rospeel  fdr ■ oal
< : . h   Wesl Co i: t of G
'.. land, i:i -. Icinlty   if West !riv- ■
Commencing at a posl planted two
oiiles south of the southeast comer
of C.L., 9,971, thence east 8C chains;
thence south SO chains: thi ace west
SO chains; thence north SO chains to
point of commencement.
Name of applicant,
FREDERICK   MOERI I
AUSTIN BROWN.  Agent.
Dated July 19, 1916. alO-sl")
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TICKET OFFICE. VZ(I THIRD AVENUE,
PHONE KOO
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Ott-Ofl an MKKHJ CHKBKS n-ao-ooowj Oil
'acific Cartage Li nited
i.'lrr'-l.i     ' ..;::i,.e ;
■ ...i.'i.re   .Moving  a  Specialty
.•-:•  • ,:u  huj  COAL buy the ,!f- '1
La lysmlth   Lump   or   Cninoi
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SAVE  MONEY
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1   PHONE 80.    710 THIRD AVF.    1
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THE     MINISTER     OF     FINANCE
REQUESTS
THE
PEOPLE    OF    CANADA    TO
BEGiN NOW
TO
SAVE    MONEY    FOR   THE
NEXT WAR LOAN
JAN. B,  1917
DEPARTMENT OF  FINANCE
OTTAWA
SilXEKAL ACT.
(Form F.)
Certificate  »I   hnpri veinents,
XOTIC1L.
independence;   Low   Pass;   Teem,
Mo; i rch   and   Lone   Wolf   Praction
\l; iei   i : 1'ii. is  situ  :    In I h - Skeena
,'  ii   ,lidati -■    Minim ,    3meltins
.    Co ,       i i .   !''.'  "   Mine! 's   Ci ■■■
Xr   " nose, Intend, si: ty  laj
dati  hereof   to ai  ily to the
Ri corder for a.   i : Ificati   oi
•0' ei lents   foi the pur, ise oi ob.
• '■ :.- n C 'own     ran    cl    ii i aho e
Granby Raj', B. C.
'■' ' :>: NO ri( E that I, ,1 F red Rit.
i, ' Mini . '■ C ■ Iflcat No. 3 -
'.!:':iC, acting as agent for the Granby
Mining Division of Casslar District
Where located: On Falls Cveek,
claim,
And  further take notice that a.-
tion, under section SS. must be core
rnenced heforp the issue of such Certificate of Improvements.
J,   FRED   RITCHIE,   -Utm'.
MINERAL ACT
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE
Cascade Palls No. 5, Mineral
CIi Im, Situate in the Portland Can
Mining Division of Ci ssiar I dsi i Ii I
Where located : -On Cai cad Creek,
Salmon River Glacier, ' tland I i-
nal  Minins  Division.
TAKE   NOTICI'.-   tl ai   !    Boyd   C
Affleck  of  New   I laz Ron,  ai tin
' -en;  for Thos.  Robi rts,  Free   ' I
er's  Certificate  No,  4.731C,  Intend
'  ■,   days from  the     •     h  i eol   ti
tippl    to the Mure'  '       r
"  i: Iflcate of Im  ' ■''■     ents, foi   I h
rpose ol obi alnlng a .'. ■',.,    Iran
of i lie above claim.
And  further  take  notici I
nndi r section 37,
inenced before I he issue ol sue h i '■
■ n   ' " of Improi  ii". nts.
Dated thi   F)tl   day ol  luni    v   D.,
1910. j-12-f-l
Canadian Pacific Railway
Lowest Rutes to all Eastern Rnln*» irla steamer to Vancouver and Ca
padian Pacific Railway. Menl*. and Berth Included on steamer.
PRE ' 10SS MAQ1 INNA
For Granby Bay.  Frl day  II  p. m.
PRINCESS MAQUINNA
Southbound, Sunday n p.m.
PRINCESS SOPHIA
I op Alaska Ports, Monday, February 12.
S3
.1. I. PETERS, Gemini Agent, corner Third Ave. unit Fourth SI.
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SUPPLY CO., LIMITED \
W1TERFROXT,   PRIXCK   RUPERT %
KXGIXEEKS      MACHINISTS   AM) .MACHINERY  CONTHAC
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power for :!.r,ir;  boats, tU(;s n'     prorscnger vessels,
n'lurri  Gas  ;.",.-.'-        n nr-'iny's Kngines und Parts in stock.
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5 All ive want is yonr Idea.
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Steel, Iron, Oils, Wire Rope, Balata Beltin, B. ('. Wood Pullej
Columbian Bronze Prbpell ers, Storage Batteries, Dynamos *j
Marine Accessories.
ujrg Pii'st-cluss cqiiieim :rt    am! staff for machine and ililp   ■
pairs.
P.O. BOX 5 TELEPHONE 313
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HIGH-ORADB    INTERIM
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try of Naval Cadets « il Id ai j
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Commission   In   day,   I
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lege on or aboul   Isi August.   \     i-f ■
cations tor entry will 0-iKHKJiKioaPiKitKKKWi-w^-.
to  the  l"iih   April  by  tl
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G. J. DESBARAT9, C   \\   G.
Dcpu ;.   Minister of the' <s
vice.
' !■    ., ■ mi ■ ■  of the Naval        rln
di'   " ..   November !1  .  11)1
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t;-OBO«l»i3frlKWi>lStH3»-rHjIMHM)^ TffURSDAY,   FEBRUARY   8,   1917.
PRIXCE  RUPERT JOURNAL
Geo. D. Tite's Big Home Furnishing Sale
Continues For Two More Weeks
TO BUY YOUR REQUIREMENTS NOW MEANS SAVING MANY $ $
The Big Discounts we offer from the old prices is your opportunity and an early selection gives you
the best values. After February the 17th all our lines will be at advance prices. We are notified
by the Manufacturer and Wholesaler that after the 17th of February all prices prevailing are withdrawn and subject to an advance. However our store will sell for the NEXT TWO WEEKS at our Advertised Sale Prices for We Must Reduce Our Many Lines, for Annual Inventory.
Iron Beds and Furniture
Some lines of Iron Beds, at cut-in-two prices.  Latest Designs
Steel Beds at 20 per cent, discount.
Buffets, China Cabinets, Leather Easy Chairs, receive the Big
Reduction of 30 per cent.
Curtains -nd Carpet Squares
Novelty Curtains, made up and by the yard, at 20 per cent,
reduction.
Carpet Squares, Hearth Rugs, Couch Covers and Tapistry Curtains.   Big 20 per cent reductions.
Chinaware
Dinner and Tea Sets, Fancy Cups and Saucers, Royal Dalton
Ware and French Limoges receive our 25 p.c. discount.
Blankets
Hudson's Bay Blankets, grey, blue, brown or red at 20 per
cent discount.
Sheets, Pillows, Comforters, Towels, and Bed Spreads, at 20 ^
per cent reduction.
See Windows for Values.  Every article marked with our Red
Tag Sale Sale price.
We want your trade, and to see our prices.   You will then be convinced of our Splendid Values.
GEO. D. TITE,    THE QUALITY HOME FURNISHER
Third Avenue
Prince Rupert, B.C.
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one.    Have one ready.
We have them at all Prices
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LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
and Mrs. Sinclair a vocal duct and
iJ. Lee and V. Davies an Instrumental
duet.
iron Beds al  cut  in two prices at
Tire's mid-winter sale.
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costs   the   siniic.     New   Wellington ,
oal—Phone 110. tf. I
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The    Fisheries'    Delegation    thai
♦ 'went  lo  Ottawa   are  expected  home
J on today's train.
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rhe Pioneer Druggist,
Comer Third Ave. and Sixth Street
Phones 82 and 200
It    is   expected   that    ihe   Grand
Trunk   Pacific  will send  out  a  train
today  at   one   o'clock,   it   is  also  ex-
•  pected that a  train will arrive some
■ j time before night.
...
. i Henrj Wilkle. Manager nr the New
. |England Fish Company al Ketchikan, anil Mrs. Willcle are In tlie city
en route tn the Alaska port. They
'ar< returning I'roin their honeymoon
trip,
ARRIVALS    AT    HOTEL    PRIXCE
RUPERT.
iContinued   from   Paso One.)
Sunnyside, B, >:.: .1. F. Strang and
wife, Sunnyside, ii. (".; F. .laniieson,
Winnipeg; Clias. D. Fester, Brandon;
Ft. E. Douglas, Juneau; 11. C. Davis,
Juneau; C. Olson, Taconia; C. D.
Doherty, Vancouver; Mr. and Mrs.
jil. Wilke, Ketchikan; W, G, Powell
and  wife, Skagway;   VV.   H.  Henaon,
Skagway;   D.   McManus,  Edmonton;! 5    l*VI/li*tl!
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RAW FUR      RAW FUR
TRADERS and TRAPPERS
i'he E
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LIMITED
S     IS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS  AX1)  OFFERS  FACILITIES  UN-
g EXCELLED FOR BUYING AN 1)  SELLING  FUR.
EFFICIENT
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Larson. Ketchi- ~
kan; A. P. Fulton, Edmonton; D. 0. I fj
Jones. Vancouver.
Our Locution is Central in Edmonton.
OUR PREMISES ARE
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SWEEfS MOTOR BOAT CO/Y
Dealing in Knock-Down Frames
or Built Complete
FISHERMEN TAKE NOTICE
Why not build your own hoat from   Sweet's   Knock-Down   Frames?
Price List anil Catalogue Fl'eol? CJIven
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A number of those who were residents of the Merryfleld Block at tlie
time the recent (ire occurred, and
who were so unfortunate as to lose
nearly all their belongings, have
heen picking up pieces of jewelry
and coins out of the ashes.
• *    ■
A. Little, one of Prince Rupert's
prominent businessmen returned to
tlie city from an extended trip
through the American States. He
spent considerable time in Boston
and New York. His health is greatly
improved and lie is still a great believer in the future of Prince Rupert.
• *     *
The   Fortnightly   Club   held   their
*   regular meeting in  the  Presbyterian
^ i
Hall last evening. There was a large
attendance.     An  interesting address
was delivered by H. F. McRae on the
early history of the Christian church.
*****************************************************  Mrs.   Munroe   rendered   a  solo,   Mr.
WORKSHOP—SECOND AVENUE   DEVON!)   LVNCH'S
P. O. ISo.v  704
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*
*
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* i
DEPARTMENT OF THF XAVAL
SERVICE.
eali;'. Tendi: i addressi rl to the
undersigned will lie received up to
noon on February 20th, 1 n'.7. tor
supplies of Steaming Coals lor H, M.
Imperial and Canadian Snips and
Vessels at Prince Rupert, I). C.. for
the Fiscal Year ending 1st April,
1917.
Forms of tender and all Information may be obtained by applying to I
the undersigned.
The   lowest    or   any    tender   net I
necessarily accepted.
(Signed)   GEO.  PHILLIPS.
Naval Store Officer,
H. M. C. Dockyard,
feb. 8 Esquimau, B. C.
Unauthorized   publication   of   this
advertisement will not be paid for.
TIMRER  WANTED.
| Dry       Cool       Fire-Proof       Sanitary
the fur is examined bj  thi
gest Sis Canai
Our Show Rooms wherein the fur is examined h.v  the buyers is
If.
We do nut buy fur. We sell your fur by competitive sale to tlie
highest bidder, (bus assuring you of the highest .Market price at all
times.
OUR SALES ARE
ADVERTISED WIDELY
We carry insurance on your fur while in the Exchange. We charge
,vi>u a commission of 5 per cent, for gelling. Wo give real service
mid more r.ioney.
Correspondence Invited
Wan*   to  exchange  two   improved
half-sections in  Central  Alberta for '
timber.     Apply   "V."'.   care   rt   The'
Journal. tf. I
Send your next Shipment to
| The Edmonton Fur Exchange, Ltd.
I Adams Building      ■      Edmonton, Alta,
The Morning Journal, 50c. per Month

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