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VGL. VII.
•RTNCE  RUPERT,  li. C.    FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 11117.
IMMENSE DEVELOPMENT  IN THIS  DISTRICT
Mines And Timber Recourses Of
Province Being' Worked
Prospects Are That Coining Season \\ ill Be Very Active
Big Timber Camps
Are Now Opened Up
On Lyell Island
) F: UNDAHON
FOR XML RUMOR
STORY OF PREMIER BREWSTER'S
PROHIBITION POLICY
DISCREDITED
cassiar ora       Immense Outlook
STRUCK ORE BOPY .,       . ..   .
ror iVliinnu' In
The importance of this section of
the Province in the way of timber ie
just coining to the attention of the
world. It in now safe to promise that
in the next few years this will become the centre of the greatest activity in this line of any place on
the coast. The timber that is here ie
of the very best and it is evident
ijow from ihe trend of events that it
is of a character to attract tlie attention of the world. There is an ever
growing demand for the- spruce ihat
is produced here, and the avenues
into which it is being diverted indicates that all kinds, nf industries
may be expected In time to locate
tere ami find the raw material on
hand for the carrying out of the
work.
It is learned now that there is on
lyell Island, off Moresby, one of the
Queen Charlotte Islands a great development taking place in the opening up of camps for the logging of
valuable spruce that exists there.
This work is being carried out  by
a   company    under    the    control   of
Thomas Kelly, who has wide experience in the logging business. This is
being   done   under  contract   for  the
Swanson Bay Company, which is now
read;.-   to   operate   en   a   very   large
scale. There has been a force at work
for a little equipping a camp for log-
lljing and there wil! be an active sum-
' nier in getting on: logs.
I     Four different donkey oul fits are
In  lie worked and the logs boomed,
[ready   for   conveyance   to  the   mills.
'The   booms   will   be   constructed   on
ithe Davis style, which allows for safe
j lowing   to   any   parts.   These   booms
will contain as much  as 700 or 800
, thousand feet each.
ll  is reported that there are con-
! tracts let for about 24  million feet
'of this timber to be cut there. About
: fifty men are at work at the camps
(Continued on Page Four.)
Telkwa Basin Is
Making Name As
An Ore Producer
Arrivals from the Interior last evening embraced a large number of
mining men. They are all enthusiastic over the out lock of the Dockrill-
Jefferson group of mines at Telkwa
Basin. This district is turning out
immensely rich and the prospects are
of the brightest. Last summer a road
was built by the owners into the San
Maria mine, owned by Dockrlll and
Jefferson. This winter the hauling of
ore out from there has been in operandi and there are now three carloads ready to be brought to the
coast for shinment to the Graph"
smelter.
Some idea of the richness of tlie
ore can be obtained when it is, stated
tha' the cost of transporting the out
put to the railway by sleighs from
the mine is $15 a ton. The haul that
has to be made is about 3T*iuiles.
The ore is said to go twenty-live
per cent, in copper and is sueh that
it is readily sought after by the Granby Company on account of its. values
as a fluxing 'proposition with the
ores thai are found at Midden Creek.
It is said that (he value of the
three errs of ore ihat are now lying
at Telkwa is about $15,000. It is
readily admitted thai the system now
in vogue ef transferring the ore from
ih" mine in the railway by sleigh is
ol ■ no thai can last vel'-v long. That
la only a temporary recourse. In the
fulness of time there must be rail-
f Continued on Pace Four.)
Nothing  Decisive As To The  llesiilt
Of Poll  As
Vol.
Vancouver,  Feb.   22.—The  rumor
[circulated by a section of the press,
stating   thai   Premier   Brewster   has
in mind  the Introduction of a  prohibitory  liquor law,  to  be effective
during  tlie  life  of  the   war,  with   a
referendum  following that, does not
j appear   to   have   any   foundation   in
| fact. Tlie statement,  as voicing the
'policy of the Premier, is discrerlitetl
I here.
It  is, pointed out that the fate of
I the referendum vote is not vet settl-
1
ied and it cannot be known yet wheth-
ier the prohibitory law has been de-
jfeated nr whether it has carried. The
liquor  interests  appear  to  be  very
! hopeful that the vote Is to be against
! prohibition, but the count of the remaining ballots may decide in favor
of prohibition.
Theie has been a stay In the count
, of the soldiers' vote in London, pending the receiving of an opinion from
Sir John Simon on a legal point that
has been referred to him. Objection
was taken to a part of the proceedings before Sir Richard McBride, and
the latter, in order to clear the point
up, had it referred to Sir John Simon,
whose opinion is awaited.
TH!-: TUNNEL  DRIVEN   IN   LOCATED  VKi.V AT
DEPTH
Cross-Cutting   Now   In   Pi-ogress   To
Prove lp  i'.vtenl
Of  Ore.
R.   Trimble,   who   arrived   in   the
city from  the interior last evening,
reports that  the work  that, he has
! had carried out on the Cassiar Queen
property near Telkwa. has resulted
jin the    location    of    ihe    ore    body
I sought at depth. The tunnel that has
I been driving for some time has come
!on the vein at a vertical denth of 250
I
, feet below the surface workings. This
lis very encouraging to the  mannse-
i ment   and   ie.  a  good   Indication   of
[what the property lias in store.
Northern Interior
The  outlook  in  this  par    ol   thi   He says  thai  this  summer there is
■"" -:;       •   : icomlnc   m        .   -mi... ' folng  to be an  unprecedented inllux
Many are turning their attention to
this sei tion  of th    country  and  thi
of mining men investigating the pos-
Ic    lien .  II.. has just returned
At the present time tlie operations
consist of drifting on the vein to
ascertain the extent of the body. In
the course of a few weeks time sufficient will be done to prove nn the
property and a derision will be reached with regard to the future plans.
The vein that they have is twelve
feet in width.  It  Is a  concentrating
proposition, carrying the main values
^n   copper.   Mr.  Trimble  went  south
last evening.
coming season will undoubtedly see i from the east and says that the in-
more activity in the v.ii' of mining leresl :here was very marked. He has
than has been the case in the his-, the greatest faiiii In the country,
tory of the Province. One well known R. Trimble, another of the men
mining man stared to The Journal | thai has for a long time been in-
yesterday thai there was behind this | terested in the Interior, was In the
city in a mining way more than Van-  city last night, and ho holds a sim-
couver In the soulh ever dreamed or.
He   prophesied   that   within   a   com-
ilar opinion, lie says thai the possibilities  of tlie  interior  are  the  very
,    ,. .YW ^u*r     '
MAI IIANS^r&
ai
■fcrSAiv
,-:   ■' JrM:\.
GERMAN  SIRS.
ARE  CHASED
DOWN BY FLEET
.Yew     York-,     Feb.     22.—Edward
Noyes, the well known English noet
informed   the   Associated   Press   last
night    that    four   thousand    private
yachts,    whalers   and    fishing   craft
manned by sixty thousand men comprise   Britain's  anti-submarine  fleet.
Already two hundred German submarines have been  destroyed since the
beginning of  tlie  "ruthlessness."
Naval  Hermits.
Sir Edward Carson, First  I ord o
jt'ne Admiralty, speaking in the British House of Commons today, declared the submarine menace to lie grave
|and  serious and  growing,     lie  was
i undent thai the measures now being devised  will  gradually  mitigate
its  seriousness.
He said thai the Royal navy required four hundred thousand sailors. This additional force, lie stated
|to be required owing to "naval expansion." lie congratulated the country on having a sailor like .lellieo as
First Sea Lord.
CENTURION HAS
BEEN SUNK l!V
GERMAN" St 1!
London, Feb. 22.—The British
steamer Centurion. 1838 tons, ha'a
been sent to the bottom. The crew
have been landed.
The following ships have been
sunk by submarines around the British roast: Minas, Skogland, Guise;,-
pe. (Initio and Rcsario, between the
16 and the 21. No details are yet to
hand regarding the safety of their
crews. This Is only an exceedingly
small proportion of the vessels mov-
Ing in ihe adjacent waters during
this period.
naratively few years there would bejbest    The results at  tlie San  Maria
15,ooo   men   engaged   in   mining  In  mine in the Telkwa districl has I n
this country. The speaker was not of inestimable advantage as showing
one who had any personal object In the real worth that there is in the
view in the development, but was mining of the territory.
one who has had the opportunity to All this means great tilings for
study the situation and is convinced I the City of Prime Ruperl. Evidence
of what there is here. 'or this is shown when the train ar-
W. McAdams, who has been lnves-;rived last evening from the interior
tigatlng Ihe mineral possibilities of | with at least a dozen men on board
the interior for a number of years, all very considerably interested in
is also most sanguine of the outlook. | (Continued on Page Four.l
Men Wanted At Once
For Flat Boat Work
For British Empire
PISHING   BOAT
DOREEN HACK
AFTER  LONG TRIP
The local iishing boat Doreen returned yesterday after nearly :;
month's absence. She had 12.000
pounds of halibut aboard.
"■■ •       " ' i ed In tl e fi,y lust eve-
•■'■■■ ■':■  on on   Ca  :.    3i har-
smidt,  v.'.-. i       rei rail ing  for tiie inland   Water  Transportation   service,
■ Dnnect d with i li    Rcyal Engineers,
The Captain, ivho is better known to
norl hernei s  n    Dr.  .- ihar n idl.   wa
for years Identified  with   the   Whll
Pass and  Yukon   Railway.  His  boj
early   enlisted   for   service   and   are
with   the   colors   in   France.   Following that the Doctor himself entered
tl e "■ ork   "i hi  ..  to England
with drafts, lie is getting together
as many men as possible for the In-
laii'1 Water Transportation service,
which in i ne that appeals lo many
men who have had experience on
river steamers and similar lines of
work.
Tin   :':-    ;.:'. lor i ,i  sou h la
evening, bul has '• fl ii"- recruiting
locally for this Ber. Ice with Capt. Me
dic, who will give all the Information necessary,
!
;     There   are   required,   he   says,   al
I once 250 men for this service. This
will Include men who have had experience  as  engineers  and   in   other
n II le i hi rivei steamers, on
dredges, bargi e and scows. Thei i are
vacancies for a large number of thi se
men, who will be found places In
various parts of the world where hos-
lililies are in progress. This number
of men is sought as quickly as it is
'    II le in get them.
Capi. McGee has some Intention
hi in self of entering I lie service In this
branch. He has nol yel decided fully,
but believes that he could b( I f good
sen ice iii this capacity.
n
Wh -n 'in;. Ins I  - .' :;'" Ihe hi st. It
enst-    the   ■.mac     New    Wellington
,,-•1—phone  110. tl.
WANTED FOR THE
LOYAL NA¥1
Canadians -.vairte'l fer tho Royal Naval Canadian Volunteer
Rererve Cor itnmediatc overseas service,   Only moa cf rjood
l... r-L.c f...d i'ood physique accepted.
Pay $1.10 Mir'mum per day — Free Kit.
.$20.00 per Month Separation Allowance.
ETpcricrn-cd mco from 38 to '15, aai boys iron
IS lo 18 accepted for Itrrice io tbe CANADIAN
NAVAI.  PATROLS for defence ol Ihe Coa3tn.
MAJOR  J.   H.   MoMULLIN
JACKY  FISHER
is BACK  IN
HARNESS AGAIN
London, Feb. 22.—Lord Fisher.
former First Sea Lord, has returned
lo the Admiralty staff as Presidenl
cf tho Bcnrd cf Inventions. 'I'lii-i
board is pari of the anti-submarine
department which has been established "with the best and most ex-
nerieneed personnel." This appointment Is received with great satisfaction throughout, the country, as Lord
Fisher's adaptability is well known.
He is regarded as being the very best
nan fer this responsible post.
THE     MINISTER     OF     FINANCE
REQUESTS
THE
PEOPLE    OF    CANADA    TO
BEGIN NOW
TO
SAVE    MONEY   FOR    THE
NEXT WAR LOAN
JAN. 0,  1917
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE
OTTAWA
J i i-.i-i . .      ;
JOilKSAX
'Ail
Huper journal TtlKWi* PEOPLE
m TliEiR VIEWS
LAND ACT.
l'cl('|dloiie F.IH.
■
I), ll. NELSON, Editor.
Telephone 138.
Office: 128 Third Avenue, East,
near McBrl i reet, Teh phone I 38
Postofflce  Box 1545.
DAILY  EDITION.
i ,. ■   ...       morning   exce
Muiiii.ii     Ilell ered by carrier in   he
city at the following rate, II paid in
advance:
One Year  	
'Six Monthe   H2.50
,    - -   Months    	
It m i	
. • ;   Month         "   ■
\i:,,-nisii,c.  Uiites l'|  Application.
Telephone IKS.
DKCIKIO <   HEACHEI)   ItEGARDINCi
MATTER   HI     (ill! ERNJ1ENT
BUILDINGS
Thej
Do     \'i
it     Ask
Foi
Kill
Realize '
I'l.'iiins.
I'lleii
(Til n.:c.
THE    HIMXI    (H TLOOK.
Thi  a       lach
ii   rem iiniii|
lin-    n
appear ti ai      in   of     e best.
no    thi     ery ijest,   seel lone   of   the
Provinci   in      is '■'■'..     tt'itl
i!;': ■   ailing,   ther    should   be
n,Vl     ;,.,;      I,,..       ..      bHgll|       OlltlOOk '
et: ■ To ' ■ the centre in a commercial and with thai in a financial way
for a rich mining territory means
prosperity of the very richest. This
being the ease, it is the duty of the
citizens and the business, men of this
place to bear In mind the needs of
the mining Industry and do all that
lies in their lower to assist this Industry. The mining Industry Is one
th*t deals with big 'nines. Tt Is no
small man's job. It Is a work that
calls for turn ef event hope and
strong will. Tt calls for the esriemH-
ture of immense sums. The eltv will
p- materially by It.
The ' ■ - Idi Ci- ni i       of
nd the sun urn
i      n      ecentl;     o   dlsi
'    Ll
. burnln itei        naniel.i
n .     -..,.    - Oovernn
Ever In the "Bulk]
ii v  Is desii having the  build
Ini        '■     A In   thai     iai I Ic I'a     io
cality      But while   Telkv ■■       Ids   a j
,i illar vlev,    It Is  ready
ti   forg i the i lehl io tl       Itn    II the
' tilldini s ar I fl  where they arc al j
Hazelton ai ':''   monev si cut in de-,
velopmenl work ;n the district,
i
This   -        hi    ' h iv  advoi ated  hy |
Rap '  'i   Trimble   and   aereed   lo   by
the rest  of the  those  present.    The
FORM 'IK NOTICE.
•Ikeeaa    l.hn.l   District,   District   of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
''-1; ;•:  ■■•1 PICE •-■ r Bron   .
B..C     ii. tion machtn-
;.    or  permission
:   •■■ il   and   ■ etrolcum
i.. I hi   fo     ■:. ng ."escribed SHR1    r
■-.'-■-: Co isl in i.: i.iiai.i Island,
in   -icinity of West  River
.-; :..   - lei       ill  U  ; OSl   | lante I '    ■
! th  in  .in asi  corner
I .     -■ ii-h    80
tice    'aci'     ■'■    chains;
in     thence east
.i'i-
■   IP.      \',
' :   iTIN   BRl '       .
rated .i .i(.-.   Hi. mil al'
fSection  11).
•SHE*"7"
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
(Section .*!« rind 184.)
Ite Application Xr>. s.siht I,
TAKE   NOTICE    that    application ij
as been  made  io regis.er Frank  YV.
Hart of i'rince Rupert, II. C, as own- i
er in fee under a Tax Sale Deed from ,
rhe Colic.lor  of the City  of Prince
Rupert, bearing date the 22nd day of
-' nti mber,  1916, of ALL AND SIN-   ■
GDLAR thai certain . arcel or tract of i
I . . and   iren    es  ;it uati , lying. i nd ' -.
b< Ing    in      the    Citj     ol     Pri   ■■
Rupert,,   mure    partlc  larly    known!
'.'.:'* ii.
Y
I
a.nl describe <i  as  Lot   rwel >e   (12)
	
i
NTI i'1'Ii ' Is hi          given  that,
1 -he Firs if Deci mber next, ap-
ilii ation i be made to thi   Su] ".
ground  taken  was.  that  Telkwa   on   .-.. -,,.;  -- -, ;n,.;a| police for the
renewal of a licence [or the sale of
accn   il    if  :' i   "act  that   if   "'.'is the |
natural  centre  for  the  h  st nart .   .   ,     ...,,,, i„ ,n(1 upon tlle
of the district, should havp the build-     ,.,. known    is   Beaver   Whole-
incs if they were to be placed accord- ' ,-: ,, j jn   ,.    ■ 0     „ ,,,    ,,-  prince Ru-
i.imited, situate at 70S Fraser
Inc to the idea of heinrr of mosl ser- '
vice. The roarlri radiated  from Telk-
■' reel     Prince  Rupert,   B.   C,   upon
wa in all directions to the i . -,.-.' pros-, j the lands described as Lots Fifteen
nerous communitlei and >o the rich- ■- gixt ei '15-16) Block Thirty-
est mining campa. .-,,   (32)   Section  One   (1)   City  of
At 'he same rime they were agreed - Prince R  B.   ..
that if the Government saw lit to allow  the  buildings   fo   remain   where j
they   were   and   would   expend   the j
monev that would be involved In Ihe j
removal,   thai   it   would   be   a   better
noTcv a? far ,.,c fiie district was concerned. Tf the chance is to he made,
however,   the   residents   ef   Telkwa
wish  to be heard In the matter and
IS
ed   lib   [ 2til tl  .'-  of October, 1916
'HE   BEAVER   WOLESALE
LIQUOR  CO.   OF  PRINCE RUPERT   LIMITED,
IEO, A. SWEET.
Manager.
LAND ACT.
COMPLETE  BLOCKADE
III-   GERMANY   IS
NOW   IV  VIEW
i. u, Fi h, 22, .'.,i ii tler-in-
Council inn mil led todaj. proi ides
thai all vessels carrying goods to
and   Eron    enen is   i     :    to
capture   anil   n ti ' ion,    unless
they call al  an Allied  porl en route
for examinal ion of their cargoes.
Tin   blockade of Germany  Is thus
api s cut ly to be tnadi complete.
A. E, WRIGHT
!V*iv;i:r!,i!    inn '-.-  ■     • ■:    Sill
'.i •.<<  ■ -*■ :d ; ■ ;, '.ii.-       i   ■
U»tit.«»u   '^!-*mkI  :is; i   nurd   Avenues
STU4RT j. martin
PROVINCIAL    ASSAYER    AND
ANALYTICAL
CHEMIST
HAZELTON    BRITISH   COLIT.*!BIA.
m'r prepared io "nt up a strong ''lea
for  cnnsblerafion.
 o-	
TRY A WANT AmF/RTTSIilMF.yT.
 o	
lv*-fll"V IN Djjiwrr ^Tip^f
T!?y   S!fSJI*»F   »^VT''*5P
Man -■   Prince    n uperr    pi o; •■
■ a Ised   ar   the   QTIIC*'    i   I
■-■;    .c,    ■-,- . i   horn    hark        Ivci rlr."
etc..   as   mixed   in    ',;'. r- .-'■■
pimple remedy r,-:    -■■-  '■•" i \]     ■   ,.
...,,i j   .. . .  . ., , .    . ... mdi   ■■:■-.
'■-1 -in" foul m ■•• r • ■ iN
FTJL ii- llevos almos! \.NY o.vn i n
i •' ; n, sou ■: ■ . ich ir ■- ■ ,-' f ■■■■■
losi s •■['.-■!; i elle'i p or ■ it -■ n-
nicilis. A short ti eminent '■ '■
chronic stem t'ii trou ;■-. ■' "V
STANT,  ''-as:' ee'.ioii "r ' ■■
astonishing.     C.   H    On    .
(Form So. !!.)
01 M OF NOTICE.
e'ena    Land    District,    District    of
[tn en Charlotte Islands.
TAKE N01 ICE that William Dix-
.11, of Victoria   B. C, occupation ac-
untant,     - -   cts  to  apply  for  per-
rosjiect  for coal and pe-
.i  West Coast of Graham
icinity of West. River.
■       -   at a post planted one
-  ;■■ ■■■!:.        the  southeast  corner
Cl...       "" i    tl ence    north    Sn
i eas! 5h chains; thence
th    fii)   chains;    thence   west   80
■ ''■'- of commencement.
'':   :     i ' applicant,
"i ll.LIAM   DIXON,
' "::.\ BROWN, Agent.
ssion   tn
." ' -   ,
md, ir
Forlent For '-: -tcps.
lie othci' social   iill'iiii-s
RAILWAY  MEN'S  MALI,
innnei'ly  Ivilioil  Island   Hull
Phone *if*7.
NOTICE.
The Red Cross Society requests
I that all public entertainments, dan-
; res,   or   other   undertakings   given
with the objeel of appropriating the
; proceeds to ihe Red Cross Funds or
the Prisoners of War Department,
iflrji  ei::':  permission  from the So-
Fooretary.
TO INVESTORS
THOSE WHO, FROM  TIME  TO  TIME, HAVE
_ FUNDS   REQUIRING   INVESTMENT
BE AMIMM fl MAY   PURCHASE   AT   PAR ^^^^^^
DOMINION OF CANADA DEBENTURE STOCK
I limn jj       IN SUMS OF $500, OR ANY MULTIPLE THEREOF
Principal repayable 1st October, 1919.
Interest payable half-yearly, lst April aud lst October by
cheque (free of exchange at any chartered Bank in Canada) st
the rate of five per cenl per annum from the date of purchase.
Holders of this Btock will have the privilege of surrendering
at pur and accrued interest, as the equivalent of cash, in payment of any allotment made under any future war loan issue m
Canada oilier 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
S recognized bond and stock brokers on allotments made in
respect of applications for this stock which bear their Btamp.
For application forms apply to the Deputy Minister of
Finance, Ottawa.
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE, OTTAWA
OCTOBER 7th, 1916.
Block     Forty-eight,    ,(48),     Section
Ell   t (8), in the City ot P ini
rt, Map 923.
....   an    rei i  contesl
i - -. -i   of   the     tz. purcha        within
irl ■    days   froi     thi     late   ol   tl
E     I'lCI   01  thi      : IV ll-ich   -.:
by r    I   -   - -: :::v; i : nd i our
al ion  I     . .i i        Se
the " .: 'nl Ri   I.  ry .' cl ' with  imend-
: en       md   tn  the (o lowli
i [ron
'aud in default o       --: real 01 cer-
tilii jn   of  li i  : di ns  hein     Hied
U'lYre the registration as own .
ol ihe person netttlde undre s.i 1
tax sale all persons so sei \ i ■ witi
notice. .   anil   those  clain
through   or   under   them,   am
persona   claiming   any   interett   in
tiie land by virtue cf any  unr gi
ered   Instrument,   and   all    in    r-
claiming any  interest  in  the  land
by descent whose title is not .'egis-
i.ered under the provisions of 11: is
Act. shall be for ever estopped and
debarred from setting up an;  claim
to or In respect of tiie land so sold
for taxes,  and  the  Register shall
register the  person ontitlef!  under
such tax sale as owner of the land
so sold for taxes."
AND WHEREAS application has
een made for a Certiflcte of Inde-
easihle Title to the above-mentioned
lands., in the name of Frank W. Hart.
AND WHEREAS on .nvestlgating
he title ll a] peara that prior to the
14th day of September, 1915, (the
date on which the said lands were
sold for overdue taxes), you were (In-
registered owner thereof.
FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that at
the same time I shall effect registra-
ion In pursuance of such application
nd Issue a Certificate of Indefoas-
ble Title to the said lands In the
name of Frank W. Hart unless you
take and proaeucte the proper proceedings lo establish your claim, if
any, to the said lands, or to prevent
such proposed action on my part.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
Prince Rupert, B.C., this fith day of
H. F. MacLEOD.
District Registrar of Titles.
To  CHARLES  PLANITZ,
Prince Rupert, B.  C, this  24th  day
October, A.D., 1!)1C.
Box 731
Feb. 10 Edmonton, Alta
MINERAL ACT.
(Form !•'.)
Certiticnta   of   Improvements.
NOTICE.
Hull.. Fraction Mineral Claim,
siluate In the Skeena Mining Division
of Cassiar District. Whore located:
Adjoining Hidden Creel;. Granby
Pay,  E.  L.
TAKE NOTICE that f, ,T. Ered Ritchie, Free Miner's Certificate No. "•
229C, acting as agent tor the Granby
Consolidated Miniug. Smelting &
i o"-er Co., Ltd., Free Miner's Cer-
licate No. 5.006C, intend, sixty din's
,. the date hereof, to appl3  to the
'•ei;  Recorder for a Certificate  of
iovi-'Hunts, for the purpose of pb-
i.iiiir  .:  ', "own  Grant of the above
iti,.
"ititi fuith-i ahe notice that ac-
lion. nn,!-. -!■■ "i .-!?, must he commenced uc; ' ■ no issue of such CV>r
tificate of improvements.
•■riled this 20th day of July. A. D..
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Coal mining right of the Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and
Alberta, the Yukon Teritory, Ihe
Northwest Territories and n portion
of the Province of British Columbia,
may be leased for a term of twenty-
om years at an annual remal of %1
er acre Not more (1'an 2.5f>fi" acres
•ill be leased to on    applicant.
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(Sections 3d and 134.)
lie   Application    Xo.   1)1,311—Flllni
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in ■-.. I    torrlti   '     he   land
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- quired   to   c  ' '        thi
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sei - ti  of this noth
,   effected b;   Personal -
Direi ted i   and ■ our attentioi
i:       -' iction 36 of the "Lan -   ii     i-
ry  Act"  with   amendin
he  following  - xl act*
"and in default of a cavi
tificate  of  lis   | i ndi ns
' efore   the   registral !o:i   us     \ -.<
of tlii   .'-I■ on entilled under
tax sale, all persi ns so served
notice,   ,      .      .     and tho
ing  through   or  under  '! •
all   persons  claiming  any  Interesl
in  the lnnil  by  virtue of any unregistered Instrument, and all persons claiming any  Interest In  the
land hy descent whose title Is nol
registered under the provisions ot
this Act, shall be  forever < iti
,Mii) debarred from setting up any
claim to or in respect of the land
so sold for taxes, nnd  the  Regi
trar shall  register the person  en-
titled under such tax sale as owner ol.the laud so sold  for taxes."
AND   WHEREAS   application   has
itry Office i     ' een  made  tor  a  Certificate  of  In-
lefeaslble Title to the abovemention-
ed lands, in the name of CHAR1 ES
' .   HEINDEL.
ii- ,-      com
anied by a fee ol              ' ''ill b;
led if |             its. ap] ! For are
no         liable, 1 ul      to .          A
dial!   i'-    - i?d   • .
in tab      nit]    ,  of -in   mine at the
cents per ton,
::r        i line
slu   -   tn i-Kb  t.h<    >    ':■    ■ Ith  sworn   : ''rty-five   days
urns, untin      tor    the    full
■ ■ ■ : i i:;, a
i he r-'i.- alty thereon.    If tho
i'-'i in i being oii-
ated   such   n Lurns  should  he  fur-
lisb       nl ast once a year.
a -!     includi    the   coal
ii-_   -i   its  only;   bin   tbe   '
may be permitted to purchase what-
ivailahle surl        rigl       ■■:
con lidered   nee issarj   tor   tht   wo; k-
ii    ol   ':-" mine al ral      '   "•   •
cere.
Kor   full   infi    i , lion   a    -lication
oul in  ■'-■■   o    h'    3eci el  rj   of
-, ■ i.   i,    ni   [he Ini  rioi. Ot-
, any   -,-',..i:   .      ub-Agenl
■■'■  1 lomirj on  ! ands.
W.  W. CORY.
De Minister of the Interior,
s. S. PRINCE ALBERT.
I'm   Ketchikan,  Wrangell, Juneau and Skagway.
■   l    '   ami 24th;  February 7th ami -1st; March ".li «nc 2..   W
Fo    Queen Cliarlotte Islands. %
nl    17th 'Hid i'-l.-i;   February  14th and 28th;   Mirch   14,
1' VSSKXGEil TRAIN SERVICE
•'    and Saturdaj  a-  11:30   a.   m.   for   Eprl heis,   Prince
org .  Edmonl n katoon ami Winnipeg.    Making connections
or all ni,!
rain < Tuesday al   ' Oi  a. n ,
i''ui   Inform  linn and  reservation*   i|ip!j   to
ICKET OFFICE, 520   nilHl) AVENUE, PHONES
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.1-; ,*ISED   STAT! ': ES   OK   CANAD
Hume B. Babington and Norman
'1. Brodhursl o'f tiie City of ,J:i;:c<-
rtupert, in the Province of Bril is ■
Columbia hereby give notice thai
Ihey have under Section T of the said
Ac; deposited "with the Minister of
Pul iii Works ar Ottawa and in the i
Office ot the I 'islrict Registrar ot |
'i'ities at
'I-. Cl : Prin'.-:. Rupert afoi esaid
• ,ir icription of the siU ana the plans
of a  wharf proposed  to  be ly,..:,   In
liates to all Eastern iv*\l« via steamer to Vanconver ami c
i'  dian Pacific Rallivny. ."tlcals nni,'  Berth  Inclmieii on steamer.
PRINCESS SOPHIA
For Alaska, Thursday, Fehruurj U2nd.
i-    INI ESS '■■' 1QI INNA
For Grnnhj   Bay,  Friday  11  p. in.
PRINCESS MAQUINNA
Southbound, Sunday <> p.m.
PRINCESS SOI'lllA
Southbound, Monday, February til'tli.
,      I. i. PETERS, General Agent, coiner Third Ave. nnd Fourth St.
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FOURTH STRRET, PRINCE RIFPERT, I!. C.
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I WALKER'S MUSIC oil
2   Cornel' Second Ave und 4th St.
Piano*   and   other   musical   Instruments for sale.
Pianos   lo   Kent.
Pacific Cartage Limited
General  .Teaming
r'urntturo   Moving   a   .•Sueciaitj
■Vieri  con  t'u.v COAL buy  tbe  "-; ■
— Lndysmltb   Lump   nr   Comoi
Washed   Nut
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A   large   assortment   of   slieci  o
iniisic  Classic songs and music,   o
es
and  all   Hie popular selections   v
of  the day.
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Rupert Bakery
IN  NEW   PRESUSES
(7 Thiiii Ave. next to P. Burns Co.
All kinds of Cakes and Confection.
[{ensiling Bay, Langara Island, In
front of Lots 99!) and 998, Qu ;on
Charlotte Island Land District, Province of British Columbia.
AND TAKE NOTICE that at - r the
I      tion   of  one   i ioi   b   trom   the
date "i  the  firsl   pnbli ation  of  i   is
notice the said  Hume  B. Babington
N. rman il. Brodharsi will in. ir r
' '-ction   7  of tho said   Act  apply  to
i;-.- Minister nf Publh  Works nt his
o.'fieo In the City of Ottawa, Province
of Ontario for approval  of the said
site and plans and for leave to construct the said  wharf.
DATED at Prince Rupert, B. C. this
27th  day  of December. A.  D.   1916*.
:!27-'27.      WILLIAM'S ■*'   MANSON,
Solicitors for the Applicants.
OHO Cl |>U!>MO-W-D-OI"H3eHKl 000-00 B45
 Iciies—Willi lies! facilities, includi'n
Now doing business
OPEN   DAY   AND   NIGHT
First Chins Service
Everything   New   und   I'p-To-
llate.
Third  Ave.
Prince   Rupert.
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HAYNER BROS
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Might,     readies'     "ivwlitiiiii
Atteudiuici.
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Use New Wellington
COAL
New Brick Oven.        Ilieud   of   First
Quality Guaranteed.
PHONE GREEN SMI,
PAR a If A. HARVEY
eacher of \iolin, Piano, Violincello
and Harmony
. j of the Loudon, Uiig., Conservatory ot Music. Pupil of Lansdowne
Cottell, the Belgian musician. Pupils
prepared for the Associate Board,
Vancouver Centre, Royal College of
Music.
1208  Second  Ave.—I'll niu   Blue 27S
(.AND ACT,
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Royal  llci-'l
(Form No. II.)
FORM OF NOTICE.
.-ftee.'.i" Land District, Districl ,.i
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TaKE NOTICE that Austin Brown
of Victoria, U. C, occupation saddler,
intends to apply for permission to
prospect for coal and petroleum on
the West Cons; ef Craham Island, in
\ icinity of West River.
Commencing at a :'ost planted at
H.e northeast corner of C.L.. 8,055
;hence 89 chains south; thence So
■ iuiiiis west; thence 8n rbalns north:
thence east 80 chains to polnl of
- . monci mont.
Name of a] plicaut,
AUSTIN  BROWN.
AND WHEREAS on  Investigatin]
the title it appears ihat prior to the
.Fourteenth   clay   of   Sepember,   1915,
(the  date  on   which   the  said   lands
were   sold   for   overdue   taxes!,   you
I were the Registered owner thereof.
FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that al
jtlie same time I shall effect registration   in   pursuance   of  such   application  and   issue  a   Certificate   '■:•   Indefeasible Title to tbe said  lands in
the name of CHARLES L. HEINDEL
unless   you   take   and   iiroseciiic   tho
proper proceedings to establish your
claim,   if any,  to  the  said   laar!s,  or
to  prevent such  proposed  action  on
my part.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
Prince Rupert, B. C. tins Thirteenth
day of December,  A.  D.  1916.
II.  F.  .MacLEOD,
"     District Registrar of Titles
To  HENRY N.  PETERSON. HI.
Soda Creek, B. C.
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RUPERT MARINE IRONWORKS ANI)
SUPPLY CO., LIMITED
W1TERFRONX,   PHINCE   RUPERT
%    ENGINEERS       MACHINISTS    ASl!   MACHINER\   CONTHACHlrtB
+   Specialist-  In  Maii'ae   Powci   Plant.    <*i!,  Steam, or GusoUne.
->■ u. c. Coast Ageutsc foi tho British lOon.Iioiit Hunil-Ulesul till : o-
,_it„.—tlie uiosi leliabla an economical, and the chenpesl
poiver foi   lls'iiiu boats, tuc.-. n      passenge:1 vessels.
¥   Sciiii'MihI 0ns  IviikIiic   Comr.
Engines rruii Parts in ntock.
DR. •?. 3. BROWN, DENTK
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COAX ACT.
Skeona    Laml    District,    District    <'f
Queen cliriilottc Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Austin Brown,
,■ Victoria, !',. C, occupation saddler,
iitends  to  apply   for  permission   '•
,'ospeit    the    following    de.si   Ibei)
-.tills for coal and petroleum:
roininr'ncing at a post planted  on
the   West   Coasl   of  Graham   Island,
-.    vicinity   of   West    River,   at    the
southeast   corner    of    C.L.    10.03N,
'hence south RO chains;  thence wis1
80  chains;   thence  north  ftn
thence  east   80   chains   fn
commencement
Name of appllcai '
AUSTIN RR01VM
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Antes.   Cnrrlupe,   and   '< pn
i'.-iiiirin^.
Work done lo suit enston •   «».
\l! w i- vi nni is your idta,
'■'■■ son   Uiuck—Third   .Av«;i > -
JOS. F. FILIOf-
. . . ■ •-. :-::'. >:s■>■:■'■ :■ ! -sr,
Sieol, Iron, (Hit., Wire Hope, Bnlnta   Ilcltin,  II. t'.     Wood    Puller'
Columbian Bronze Propell ars, Storage  Batteries, Dynamos an*
Marine Accessories.
ttlPB—First-class equlpiucul    <ad »l."< tot machine and "hip "
pairs.
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DEPARTMENT   OK  THE   NAVAL
SUR VICE,
PHONE HS4
Royal \ruril College Of Canada.
1 .! E next examination for I he entry of Naval Cadets will be held al
Ihe examination centres of the Civil
service Commission In .May, 1917,
aui i'i: rm - andldates joining the (loi
lege on or nboui 1st August. Applications for entry will be received up
io the 15th April by the Secretar:
Civil Service Commission, Ottawa,
from whom blank entry forms can
now  be obtained.
Candidates ' -s the examiu il Ion In
May nexi  musl be between thi
of fourteen and sixteen on the   '
July,   11117.
'-'in-ii;  ■    detailr   can   bi     ■'     inert
licatl "i in tlti   ni--
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''-'A5NTING
0LISH1NG AND
WALL TINTING
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KCOND A s'r:
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B. C. Undertakers
- to Iniorin tlu-ir .frienii, aud
i   ': r.  public generally thai   'hey-
ri  engageu the services of a-
I Irsi  Class i'nili-i Inl.ei-,   '''0 Is j
.  rl ate of ii Cam i   and ■
rl ■ .-.  College  of  Le-.ialm-'.
-   ■."■ tion,     His in- -,-tlon :
il     Bacteriology,    a . •     who
Canadl  n     and
';   American  Dlploui .
Lady AflBtant alwai in at-
tendancp to r'P-" for Indies an I
children. g
Odlce and  Pnrlorn   >«.  li..S
eiirnrr -mi Street and 2nd Ave. 5
Phone II.  Open Dnv and Night K
OCKKHK«t<H»«KH>ftlKHi«<l IKHWKhjJ FRIDAY,   FEBRUARY  2.1,   191T.
PRINCE  RUPERT JOVRXAt
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Phones 82 and 200
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Sealed Tenders addressed to the
undersigned will be receiver! up to
noon on February 20th, 1917, for
supplies of Steaming Coals for II. M,
Imperial and Canadian Ships and
Vessels at Prince Rupert, B. C, for
the Fiscal Year ending lst April,
1917.
Fomis, of tender and all information may be obtained by applying to
th« undersigned.
The lowest or any tender not
necessarily accepted.
(Signed)  GEO.  PHIL/LIPS.
Naval Store Officer,
H. M. C. Dockyard,
feb. 8 Esquimalt, B. C.
Unauthorized publication of this
advertisement will not be paid for.
MINERAL ACT
Certificate ol Improvements.
NOTICE
F, iv  McFeely of Vancouver, is in'
he ■ ity.
. Noble ol   -. • i;-• r>x. is in thi  city
■ ■   ■   day'.
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on  '   ds al  cul  In  ; wo  prices at
'i p«'s mid ' ii!'- ■•■ sale,
B.   R    .in I       nd   Mis,   Jones   o'
.   na Cro iing, were i assengers by
;  ;i i -.<■! ing's train.
:i. ,l   Williams, Superintended of
Ri   her de Boule mine and Mrs.
\     ,:: ms ar-   in  the city.
a iii   Goldblooni's   windows   on
tl   Avenue   for   tiie  newest  creations fn dr< '.-i .--.
A i':,.: iotic i oncert, under tbe auspice f thi I. 0. D. !■:., will be belli
in the Westholme theatre on Tuesday, .March 6, al 8 p. m. A special
feature i 111 be the rendering of a
can! ta "The I ady of Shallott," by
a choir nf 40 girls Tickets 50c, re-
sen ed seats, 75 cents.
TELKWA   BASIN.
C i'i   n I   trom   Page One. i
The Morning Journal
50c. per Month
Cascade Fall* No. 5, Mineral
Claim, situale in the Ponland Canal
.Mining Division of Cassiar District.
Where located:—On Cascade Greek,
Salmon River Glacier, Portland Canal  Mining Division.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Boyd C.
Affleck of New Hazelton, acting as
[Agent for Thos. Roberts, Free Miner's Certificate No. 4.731C., intend,
sixty days from tha date hereof, to
apply to the Mining Recorder for a
Certificate of Improvements, for the
purpose of obtaining a Crown Gran:
of the above claim.
And further take notice that action, under section 37, must, be commenced before the issue of such Certificate of Improvements,
191G. J-12-M2
Da;ed this 9th day of June, A. D.,
T. e Morning Journal delivered tr
your come at 50 cents a month.
D H. Macdi nald i 3 D. P. Duryee
of tl'i i' f. P '-I adquarters staff,
are  In  the city. They are connected
with :'"■ legal branch.
»    *    *
'A*. G.  C-ilberl  of Terrace, arrived |
1:   -  evening and  went on  south by
the  steamer.   He   reports,  that   the
winter has been rather severe at Terrace this year.
«    »    ■
D. G. Norrle and Mrs. Norrie are
in the city. Mr. Norrle has been in
charge of the Silver Standard mine
near Hazelton. He is now going to
lake charge of the Ikeda mine on
Queen Charlotte Islands.
>     »     »
Mrs. Tyre and Mrs. II. P. Wilson
will have charge of the sale of home
cooking today. In view of the
terrible year ahead of the Allies, the
British Red Cross is asking for renewed effort on the part of the public, so that supplies may be on hand
when needed.
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BIO TIMBER CAMPS.
iContinued  Horn   Page One.)
already, getting things in shape for
the active cutting of the timber.
There is a ready market for clear
spruce, and il is said that, contrary
to the opinion that prevails in some
quarters, the spruce of this coast is
admirably adapted for ship-building
and will be utilized for that purpose.
The demand for no small part of the
timber ie, with that object In view.
.  ,,u.     If you are not in the nght-
lir.c- you may be in the producing line.   Labour
 1 II   ..1..      _._....    j.-        !.             tl	
is limited
. -all the more reason to do more than eve:
before,   G   .■• bod for th   men who ere fighting for you.    The Allies need all the food that
,, little helps.   You arc responsible for your
1 - nsi u la Ion afforded rlghl to
'■' e ■ •■'■" '. 't >s i vrn reported thai
this is .in come earlier than has been
expected. A i ronosition looking to
the construction of a railway Into the
mine is said to be under consideration al  ibis time.
Such a road would nol serve Ihe
one mine. There are vast opportunities in thai same district fnr the getting of freight, and it is believed
that the road, if built, would be a
revenue producer almost from the
very start.
When the C. T. P. was under construction a railway mute wns surveyed through that part of ihe conn.
try. The fact that the grades were
not considered low enough to serve
the genera] plan adopted in the construction, probably alone prevented
the line taking thai route and goinir
in by the way of Tellcws) ii would
[have come out by way of ihe Copner
River Valley.
Such a line built into the Telkwa
would tap the copper properties referred to and also coal of the first
quality. Tf continued on its course,
the iron properties of the Copper
River would be tapped. Within a few
weeks, or days rather, engineers wil]
be looking into the possibilities of
the Iron claims held there, so that
the possibility of getting an active
start on a railway does not seem so
remote.
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IMMENSE outlook.
fContinued from  Page One.)
one way or another with the mining
business. Prince Rupert is becoming-
the centre of the mining district and
should take active steps to retain
that position.
£keena    Lam'    District,   Dislriel    oi
Queen Charlot'e Islands.
TAKE   NOTICE   '.hat   George   D.
Tite, of Prince Huport, B. C, occupa-
flon  merchnnl, Intends to apply for
permission  to  prosp»cl  for  coal  ami
rictroienm    on   Ihe    vVǤt   Coast   of
William  Island,  ir.   "Icinity of West
River.
Coinnieiicitig ni : post planted on"
'cile south of the rtC'it.heast corner of
'.I... "I.!"' 1 Ihee 'e corth SO chplns-';
"hence vi si 8(1 chains: thence south
■■'! chalnf; thence fust S'l chains tc
-nit of r ommencement.
\"aa'o of applicant,
i i  —eg—
RAW FUR      RAW FUR
TRADERS and TRAPPERS
I -
The EDMONTON FUR EXCHANGE,
    LIMITED *■
IS NOW OPEN I IMS Bl'SINKSS   AMI  OFFERS   I AlllMTlFS   UN-
BXOEIjIiKI) FOB BUl'Wa AND  SELLING  PUR,
MODERN EXPERT EFFICIENT
Our Location Is Centra! in EMmonton.
OUR I'lilCMISKS ABE
Dry       Coo)       Fire-Proof      Sanitary
Onr show Booms wherein the fnr is examined by tbe buyers is
The Largest In Canada
We do out buy fur.    We sill your fur  hy  competitive  sale  to  the
highest bidder, thus assuring you of Uie highest .Market price at all
times.
OUR SALES ARE
ADVERTISED WIDELY
6     We carry insurance on your fur while in tho Exchange.    We charge
c     yon a commission of •*> per cent,  for selling.    We aire rent serviue
and more i.i<>rcy.
Correspondence Invited
.- can ■        ;ce.
cannot ivi. luce as m
spiri .
..]'■
.   -  '.  .. ,■ \ i .
■n work.    If you
you would like, produce all you can.   Work with the right
ii i-..' into your effort and produce now when ii. counts
i save.   Producing and living arc '. a»-service.
Tiie more
:
-r; •  , 11..
ar-time do not wast: tunc and energy on unimportant  and unprofitable work.   Ei momine labour.
  — ' Put off unproductive work till after the war, and, if
in pn ducing something needed now.   Let us not waste labour.   Canada
■' ::''■-    If possible help to feed the Allies.    Make your backyaiua productive garden.
iv    ■ il with n will,    Vlake your lahour count for ns r.-iuch as possible.
■;       ' •     ,      bs   ,     •  l       There should be no waste in war-time.   C;in.;.da could
.    ..' :: ";   111      inSIS   ! pay the annual interest on her war expenditure out
 1 of what '.*..' waste on our farms   in cur factories, in
nur homes.    Every pound of food saved from waste ii as good as a pound of increased
r\r/iHlw»* ,,ir, 1    i   Itnil    1.-.'-     rt     nnl-inM     l>n   n rt » t rt     * -     tV. ..   avb      i-it     * *^\ ft • r r< .'I . i nl    l!'i-\   l'"1mci Ij *-rt rt .-»«   ■ -*   nl'tiAHri
our
production.    'J he way for a nation to save is for every individ
to-d:iy bec; u;.. of thrift in time of peace.    The men and
only "doing " but are learning to "do l ithout."
to save.    France is strong
women of Great Tintain are not
V,
Mi
i four money v?;ss:y
lY'C.
Practise economy in the home by eliminating luxuries. Wasting our dollars here weakens our strength
ci   •'-.   Front.     Your savings   will help Canada to
finance the war.    Save yonr money for Lie next Dominion War i3..ue.    There can be no
better investment.
THE   GOVERNMENT   OF   CANADA 5
THE DEPARTiV::MT OF AGRICULTURE THE  DEPARTMENT OF  FINANCE
* 411lr"'*^,'MlaMaiMF™Wt^*^ ia«K*4aaf)gi{gn/^!»amMmaaaimmamMm»B
MINERAL ACT.
(Form !•'.)
Certificate  Of   Emprorentents.
NOTICE.
TirSBR  and  LADY ISAAI! PRAT.
Iln rui Claims, situate In th 8 Plteenn
:'■!;'."-   Division  i,r  O.ssiar  District,
iVhi rn   located:   On   Granby   nay
li   C.
TAKE   NOTICE   t! al   I.   .'.   Proil
.' Ichlo. Free Miner's Certlficati   No,
3.229C, acting as agent far thi Oran
by Consolidated  Mining, ^molting &
Power   Co    Ltd.,   Free   -Miner's   Cer-
11 'rule No. n.OOiiC, intend, sixty days
|from iha date hereof, to apiily to the
Mining rtcenrder for a Certificate of
Improvements,   for   the   purpose   of
obtaining a Crown Grant of the above
laim.
|    Ani  fnrthei   take notice thai  nc-
il'nii, under Section Sii, must be 111:11-
J iiencod before the issue of such Cor-
ificaie of Improvements.
'     Haled  this, 8th   day of  December.
\    D.  1316. d-12
J.   FltED   tllTClUE.   Asetil
Send your next Shipment to
6
I The Edmonton Fur Exchange, Ltd.
Adams BuiJding Edmonton, Alta.
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I FISHERMEN TAKE NOTICE i
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Write,   Name   md   Addreit     plaint'
Don't l..ri;ci to ci' low Tor. Cecil*
in (.tamps
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BEING A MANUAL DF COOD REQPES ear-M!y
j    v:l"o«e*i from  tSc  conitibuii^n^  of  over   two  thcuiiuid
Ibucc«liu! t.3er*J of Five Ftot.es Fir-"*' dirouglioui Canada.
Also Useful Notes on ilie various cldMcs of cood tliin-js
!'    to eat, aJl of which heve t.jtl cartfully chrxked and
re-checked by competent outhorilv.
Minx your Envelmn la LAKE OF THE WOODS MILLIHG CO. UHITEO, WjNNIPM
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