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VOL.  V.
PRINCE RUPERT, I'   C, S.4TURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1015.
Price  ._   Cents.
No.  256.
Attempt Made by
Enemy To Drop Bombs
On French Hospitals
Paris, Sept. 10.—An official report
says:
"Two German aeroplanes today
dropped bombs on Compiegne. They
aimed especially at hospitals. There
were uo victims, however, of the raid,
only some unimportant and immaterial damage is reported to have
been done.
A German biplane has been forced
to land within our lines. The aviators were made prisoners.
"Six German aeroplanes attempted -this morning to fly over St. Mene
Hould. They were obliged to turn
back owing to the fire from our batteries."
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SALMON SEASON IS
PROVING A GOOD ONE
MADE FINE SHOWING
FOR RED CROSS WORK
Canneries Are Still At Work Putting
Up Fish For Shipping.
The salmon season on the Skeena
has been lengthened considerably
'this year, and what is remarkable
about it is that sockeye continues to
be found yet. The canneries are still
working in many instances. There is
a general search for cans and steamers arriving, are bringing cans from
other parts farther down the coast,
to be filled here. The same steamers take cargoes of salmon out with
them.
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ARRIVALS AT HOTEL PRINCE
. RUPERT.
A. J. Lovell, Vancouver; E. R.
Gorman, Vancouver; E. A. Dye, Vancouver; J. R. Heckman, Ketchikan;
E. M. Johnson. Vancouver; M. E.
Clilsholm, Edmonton; R. J. Woods,
Rivers Inlet; H. J. Allan. Vancouver; E. P. Cooper, Vancouver; C. H.
Alwyne, Edmonton; Jas. Sargent and
wife, Toronto; Mrs. P. R. Herring-
ton, New York; Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Jones, Cortland, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs.
J. A. Wood, Cortland, N. Y.; S.
Spencer and wife, Kingston, N. Y.;
Helen Adams, Kingston, N. Y.; R. E.
McDonald. Vancouver; Ethel McCtil-
ly, Edmonton; Ella A. Stebbens, Bel-
chertown, Mass.; Marion E. Bart-
lett, Belchertown, Mass.; E. P. Bart-
lett, Belchertown, Mass.; P. G. Beatty, Edmonton; John Evans, Sacramento, Cal.; Miss M Evans, Sacrament, Cal.; James F. Store, Edmonton; R. A. Grant, Prince George; S.
D. Murphy, Sniithers; Mrs. W. Draney and son, Haysport; R. W. Mcintosh, Vancouver; L. F. Blake, Edmonton.
The Sale Of Home Cooking Ycstcr-
• day Reached Nearly SlOO.
The sale of Home Made Cooking
yesterday, conducted under the
charge of Mrs. Morrow and Mrs. Hen-
nlng, proved a grand success. The
sale was as usual in aid of the Red
Cross Society. Mrs. Frizzell had her
store elaborately decorated for the
occasion.
Arthur Noble, who has just returned from the front, took charge of the
sale of cigars and was the centre of
interest during the day. The sum
realized was the largest yet, being
over ?93.
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ANYOX IS NOW
GRANBY'S BEST
PRODUCTION AT THIS NORTHERN
SMELTER IS LARGEST BELONGING TO COMPANY
German Artillery Has
Been Active Along
The Belgian Front
[Allies Repulsed The
I Attacks Made By
Havre, Sept. 10.—An official report says:
1 "The German artillery showed
some slight activity today, directing
its Are on Ranscapelle, Pervyse, Oud-
stuyvekenskerke, Oudecapelle, Re-
bighe, Pyegate, and also several
Others of our advanced positions.
"Our artillery replied with a
heavy bombardment of the enemy's
trenches along the bank of the Yser
Canal. Several detachments of the
enemy were dispersed as a result of
bur bombardment."
Veteran Commercial Traveller.
There arrived in the city last evening by the G. T. P., one of the best
known commercial travellers in Canada. This was James Sargent, of Toronto, who is Secretary of the Commercial Travellers organization. He
has made a trip to the Pacific coast
•with Mrs. Sargent, to celebrate the
fiftieth anniversary of their wedding.
Mrs. P. R. Herrington, of New York,
a daughter, accompanies them. Every
traveller in Canada knows Mr. Sargent by name, If not personally.
German Artillery
The
. ourtli Furnace Now In Operation Will Increase
Capacity.
SALMON SHIPS
MAY CARRY LUMBER
IT IS EXPECTED THAT MANY OF
THE VESSELS FROM ALASKA
WILL BE EMPLOYED
This  It  Is  Believed  May Ease  Thc
Matter Of Urates For
Companys.
STEAMER DELHI
IS BEING RAISED
THE    DISABLED    VESSEL    FROM
KETCHIKAN WILL SOON
ENTER DOCK
She Will Bo Floated Into Dock With
Scows Alongside Perhaps
Today.
Granby Consolidated Mining:
Smelting and Power Company produced 20,705,298 pounds of copper
in its fiscal year ended June 30. Of
this amount 10,005,278 pounds came
from the Grand Forks smelter and
16,700,650 pounds from the new Hid-'
den Creek smelter at Anyox. From
both properties precious metals recoveries totalled 415,SOC ounces of
silver and 32,126 ounces of gold.
The annual meeting of the stockholders will be held in October, and
not until that time will the annual
report be available. Notwithstanding the comparatively low cost at
which the new Hidden Creek property has been producing copper, there
were other factors, including the
three months' shutdown last fall at
Crand Forks, to keep total costs up
to about 10 1-2 cents a pound.
In June the Hidden Creek smelter
made a record production of 2,053,-
027 pounds of copper against 2,021,-
717 pounds in the preceedlng month.
The output at the old smelter at
Grand Forks was 1,573,902 pounds
comparing 1,662,398 pounds in May.
Results of the past year's operations were as follows:
Copper, pounds—Grand Forks, 10,-
005,278; at Anyox. 16,700,650; total
126,705,928.
Silver, ounces—Grand Forks, 179,-
205; at Anyox, 236,601; total 416,-
S06.
Gold, ounces—Grand Forks, 24,-
998;   al  Anyox,  7,128;  total  32,126.
Granby now has lis smelting capacity in full swing as the fourth
furnace at Hidden Creek has recently
been  blown   In.     Production  for the
WROXG DEPARTMENT.
A Yokolinma correspondent recently received the following from a soldier friend in England: "By the way,
there is a rather good yarn going
round here. A fellow gol discharged
from the British army, and In a fit
of pique wrote to the war offlce to
the effect that Ihe British army and
all connected with il could go tn —.
Bock came the reply from the Inimitable war offlce thai "all slate- >"ear beginning July 1 should exceed
ments and advices concerning the >" that has &one Defore ana costs at
movemeni of troops should be ad- j Hidden Creek should bring the aver-
dresseil to the transport department, j 'Se for thc entire property down to
anil  should  be  written  on  form  B,'a talr lev<*l lc permitted steady opera-
The American salmon fleet from
Bristol Bay and other Alaskan canning centres is now nearing home
l>orts. Numbers of the vessels are
how returned to San Francisco Bay,
the Columbia River and Puget Sound
and daily arrivals can be expected
from now on. The advent of these
'craft is expected to have an effect
on the charter market. In ordinary
years these sailing vessels ace laid
lip for the winter months, but it is
expected that the high freights now
offering will put most of them into
deep sea service. Prominent ship-
fiing men of San Francisco have stated that the understanding there is
that some forty vessels now employed in the Alaskan fishing trade will
go Into the lumber trade after arriving from the North, owing lo the
demand and attractive charter rates
prevailing. It is probable that these
vessels will be confined to Pacific
trades, Australia, the West Coast of
South America, with perhaps an oil
cargo for the Orient, as their owners
will require them again for the opening of the salmon season next spring.
In addition to this impending influx of available tonnage, the Australian market is easing off somewhat In its demands, and this Is also
expected to tend towards lower rates.
Shipments of flour, oil and fodder to
Australia, which were unusually
heavy owing to drought and war demands, during August, had begun to
slack off with the approach of the
harvest season In the Antipodes.
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MISSIONARY FATHER OF
CATHOLIC CHURCH IS HERE
Rev. Father Belle, O. M. I. Reached
City Ity Lasl Night's
Train.
Rev. Father Belle, of the Oblate
Order, which has such a prominent
place in the church for its zeal in
the matter of missions, arrived in th«
city last evening. Me is making a
tour direct from the headquarters
Of the order in Rome.
He has come now from the Mackenzie River country, where he has
been making an inspection of the
work that is being done by the missionaries of the order there.
For years Father Belle was engaged in similar work in Ceylon, where
the Oblate Fathers have important
missions. While here he is the guest
of Rev. Father Bunoz.
Paris, Sept. lu. -An official report
today says:
"Violent cannonading has been re-
ported in Belgium In thc region of
Newport, Steeustracte, around Arras,
in front of Roye and in Champagne
from Auberive to Souoin.
"In Argonne the enemy bombarded with heavy shells the gully of
Fontainpatixcharxes. They directed on
the road from Laharazee to St. Hubert a tentative attack which was
stopped  promptly.
"To the south of Flirey, in the region of St. Die, artillery actions have
been reported.
"The Germans launched a violent
attack against Hartmanns and Weil-
erkopf, but were completely repulsed."
FALSE REPORT ABOUT
GERMANY'S COPPER SUPPLY
269-BIue."
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Naas  River Route
Launch Ella
CAPT. CHARLES BROWN
Meets  steamer   Venture   every
trip at Mill Buy.
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tions. At the height of winter the
Hidden Creek smelter will doubtless
have to close for a few weeks, but
this the management expects.
The Midas mine in Alaska has not
started production and no definite
plans have apparently been made in
this direction.
The steamer Delhi is gradually being brought into position to be placed ning
in the floating dock at the G. T.
P. dockyards. She rests now almost
on an even keel. With scows on each
side, both fore and aft, the steamer
is.resting on slings suspended from
timbers resting on" the sepws over the
deck of the partially submerged
steamer.
There is some additional work to
be done before the steamer is ready
to enter the drydock. When she has
been buoyed up a little more, as it is
anticipated will be possible, the
steamer and the scows alongside her
will be all floated Into the largest
section of thc dock that will be sunk
to receive it. Thai done, the remainder of the work of getting the vessel
ready for repairing will be a simple
One.
There Is a quantity of coal in the
hold which it is presumed has shift-
'ed. The engines and boilers may
also have slipped out of their places,
and all the weight having shifted
from the centre of the hull makes
it a difficult task to right the craft.
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Enjoyed Tlie Trip.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jones and Mr
and  Mrs. J.  A.  Wood, of  Cortland,
N. Y., arrived by the train last eve-
They are on their way south,
and have enjoyed the trip over the
G.  T.  P.  thoroughly.  Mr.  Wood  represents  the  Casualty  Company  of
America.     They   are   guests   at   the
Hotel Prince Rupert, and intend seeing Prince Rupert before the steam-
'er leaves this morning.
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Boston    News    Bureau    Deals    Wit!
Statements Madia Aboul   It.
HOUSEWIVES WILL BE SHOWN
HOW TO BEST COOK FISH
Practical    Demonstration    or     The
Value Of The Product Of Tlie Sea
Will lie Made At The Fair.
BUSY TIME IN LOCAL
.
At  Ihe  Exhibition   this  fall   there
win   be  a   proctical   demonstration
made In the cooking of (ish, with the
object  In   view   of  encouraging  the
STORE DURING LAST FEW DAYS, inM_ general use of lish cm the tables
of the homes of the city and lhe dislrict.
This  feature  win   be  under  the
j charge   of   XV.   Slirubsall   and   Mrs.
It  will bo a restaurant,
Acme's Snip Shows Public Ready To
Accept   Bargains.
YESTERDAY'S BAJ.HBALL
Northwestern heagHe
Seattle, 4;  Vancouver, 3.
Tacoma, 2;  Spokane,  1.
National League
Cincinnati, 7;  St.  Louis, 1.
Boston,   1-3;   Pittsburg,  8-2.
New,York, 3;  Philadelphia,
American League
St. Louis, 3; New York,
Philadelphia, 2; Boston,
Detroit,  2;  Cleveland,  C.
Coast League
Vernon, 5; Sail Lake. 1.
Portland, 2; Oakland, 6.
San Francisco, 5;   Los Angeles,
The  Acme  Clothing  Store  in  Ibis,
Slirubsall.
city, which has a high reputation fori'11  wlll<'h ""' products of lho sea will
living  up   to  all   it  advertises,  was'"0 tho lll'lln  '"" 'll"1"s:,  »"" Bole ar-
'very  busy  yesterday,  following  the!tlc,es of <li"A-    A "'"'I''-'  "r !iKh w111
putting on of its  big sale.    It was,'06  Provided   by   the  Canadian   Flsh j
clearly   proved   that   the   public   of j & Co1'1 Storage Company, the Atlin'
Prince Rupert is ready lo buy when j Fisheries and the Rorvik Fish Com-
bargains  are  offered. I l>an"'     Frnm ""• ,ln,'Ms ln ,,lp ''it'''
the chefs will give their services in
Turn.
. E. H. Gorman, representing the
Western Smelting and Refining Company of Vancouver, Is in the city on
business. He leaves this morning
for the east.
The  choice   stock   of   Men's   and
Boy's clothing has been cut to pieces,
as  far as  prices  are  concerned,  of
course.    The sale  will continue  for
a few days only, and at prices that |
will  clear out   a   large  part  of  the
stock.     The  goods  offered   are  not j
shelf worn ones.     It Is n sale tn re-
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duce the stock only. .       , „ ,,
Roy Mclnlosh,   of  Kelly   Douglas
Company,  arrived   by  Ihe  train  last
The Prince  Rupert Daily Journal: evening. He is going south this mbrii-
50 cent,  per month. Ing,
The proceeds of the restaurant will
go to the Rod Cross Fund, so that
1n addition to serving as a demonstration of the ways to use fish, a
worthy cause will be aided by those
■who patronize the place.
GERMANY'S PREPARATION
WAS   FOR   LONG   WAR
Eastern    Exchange    Comments    On
Picpui'utlo-is Made By Germany.
Events have shown that Germany's
preparation was good for a long war.
Nevertheless those who maintained
a year ago thai it was on a short war
Bhe was slaking wire right. Had
her government dreaml that her po*
'sitlon at the end of a twelvemonth
would be im better than ii is, it
would not have cast the die for war,
(Continued on  Page Four.)
SPRUCE   LOGS   WANTED.
Wanted large quantity Sprtico logs,
of good size, and scaling at least ,.0
per cent. No. 1. Write particulars
as to price, quality and earliest delivery to C. P. Coles & Co., Vancouver, tf
The Boston News Bureau publishes
the following comment on a recent
German despatch:
If all the war reports emanating
from Berlin are as accurate as that
under Berlin date of July 31, from
the Overseas Agency, and relating to
Germany's supply of copper, some big
discounts are in order. The report in
question is to the effect that the German Government has begun a systematic gathering of figures and statistics concerning existing supplies of
copper, It having "bee,- known previously that in addition to the increase
in copper production the supplies sur.
•passed 2,000,000 tons, sufficient to
meet war requirements for 10 years."
Reduced to pounds, we are asked to
believe that Germany has 4,480,000,-
000 pounds of copper, which amount
is more than double her own production plus imports from the United
States for the past 10 years.
If one wants the figures covering
the past 10 years, here they are (in
pounds): Germany's production,
|450,000,000; Germany's imports
from the United States, 1,600,000,-
000. Here is a total of 2,606,000,-
000 pounds of copper, or less than
half the stock now claimed. If Berlin report were even 60 tier cent,
true lt would mean that Germany,
had on hand today available for war
purposes liar total production and
American imports for the past Hi
years—a story too absurd to warrant
dignified denial.
The  Morning Journal  delivered to
your home at 60 cents per month.
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for fishing.    She lies now on Mm beach <>ii Digby Inland, near to the
plant formerly used for Orippen'a I'onple-H Honing.
Repairs estimated to cost Itfio. Apply u>
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September 11,
PRINCE RUPERT JOURNAL
A. E. WRIGHT
SV.MSP._IS      OF      COAL      .MINING
REGULATIONS.
1-i.n.inci.il anil Dominion Land Sai-
vejor—Surveying ana Engineering,
let-veen Second ami  Third Avenues
P. O. Box  111. Coal  mining riglits of tV .  Domin
ion  In   Manitoba.   Saskatchewan   and
Alberta,  tbe   Yukon  Territory,   tho
DR. J. S. BROWN, 'DE-.T-ST!Xorthwest Territories and a  portion
of tilt) Province of British Columbia,
may be i.ased for a term of twenty-one year, at an annual rental ot'
|$] per aero. Not mere than 2,660
I acres will be I.ased to one applicant.
| Applications *.r .-- lease must be
made by the applicant in person to
'  the  Agenl   or Sub-Agent of the  dis
crown  and  Bridge   Work  «
Specialty
Office:  Smith   Block,    third   Avems»
Phone 454.
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£ im  examination.   Compass ul*
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| Phone lied 1502
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B. C. Undertakers
Funeral Directors nnd Km-
hiiliiiei-s — H_tis.uctlo_i Guaranteed — Open Day and Night
117 S'-cond Street Phone 41
Bruce  Morton     -     •     Manager
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HAYNER BROS
Pioneer Funeral  Directors and
Enihiilmei-s.     Open    Day    and
Night.    Ladies'    Assistant    In
Attendance.
PHONE 86.    710 THIRD AVE.
IMPERIAL MACHINE IRKS
(..-igiiu-s   Installed   and   General
Repairs
Oxy-Acetylene   Plant  in   Connection
Phone Red 156 Third Avenue
HE  HIGH   COST OF   LIVING KE
III CEl) BV IHJYING YOUR
Best  Quality   Domestic   Lump   Coul
.-..-0 Per Too
Best  Quality  Washed   Nut Coal
$8.75 Per Ton
DELIVERED
—THE—
Union  Transfer  Co.
Prince Itupert, B.C., Phone till
P.u. fi-_ 1714 Telephone .4",
RITCHIE,   AGNEW   &   CO.
Civil Engineers and Surveyors
Priuce  Rupert.   B.C.
Waterworks, Water Power, Wharf
"Jonstructlon, Reports, Plans, Doniln-
on ana Provincial Land Surveying,
-Hemic Blue Printing, Negatives and
White Prints
Phone I-lue  183 Res. Phone .'IK-
UP-TO-DATE
LINDSAY'S CARTftBEaSTORAOL
U   T   P.  CARTAviE  AGENTS
12(1   FOURTH   STREET
JINGLE POT COAL
Is handled by us. All order- rectiv*
pr .min intention   I'houe No   OH
JAMES GILMORE
trict in which the rights -pelted for
are situated.
In surveyed territory the land
timsl Le described by sections, or
legal subdivisions of sections, and
in unsurveyed territory the tract applied for -bail dc staked out by the
applicant himself.
Each application must be accompanied by a fee of 5 5, which will be
refunded If the r.ght* applied for are
not available, but not otherwise. A
royalty shall be paid on tlte merchantable output uf the mine at tbe
rate of five cents per ton.
The person operating the mine
shall furnish the Agent with sworn
returns accounting for the full
quantity of merchantable coal mined
and pay tlie royalty thereon. If the
coal mining rights re not being operated, such returns should be furnished at least once a year.
The lease will include the coal
mining rights only; but the lessee
may be permitte! to purchase whatever available surface rights may be
considered necessary for the working of tbe mine at the rate of $10
per acre.
For full information application
should be made to t..o Secretary of
the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent
of Dominion Lands.
W.  W.  CORY,
Deputy Minister of the Interior
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SUBSCRIBE FOR
-   The   -
"TERRACE
DESPATCH"
If you are interested in
the great agricultural valleys of Lakelse, Kitsumkalum and Naas River.
Half  tlie  subscription  goes  to
the Red Cross.
W. A. MYERS,
CENTRAL HOTEL
aiaaiKi--_H-iW-iKHWH-««HKrt8S
HOTEL DIRECTORY
Members of the Prince Rupert
Licensed Vintners' Association
WINDSOR HOTEL
Cor.   of Firs..   Ave. and   Eighth
W. H. WRIGHT. Prop.
HOTEL CENTRAL
First Ave. und Seventli St.
European an i Ainericiin Plans
VI .00 to ;;.2.50 Per Day
Poter Black, Prop.
KNOX HOTEL
First     in.     iia-iwi-n    Eight!)    and
Ninth
European Plan;  R.-itcs  _0c to S1.00
P.r Day
Besner -- Besner, Iropi
ARCH-TEC.
Second  Ave. Near  McBrlde St.
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Reduced Price of
MILK
The Standard Dairy
will   deliver  pure  milk  of  its
usual high standard
at 5 cents a Pint
or 10 cents a Qanrt.
Phone Standard Dairy.
Blue 247
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Third A»e. BotW-avU Sixth ami
Seventh Sts.
iCiiropean  Pitin;  51V to $1  Per  Duy
ROYAL HOTEL
ajnrley & Burgess, Props.
Third Ave. niul Sixth St.
European Piun Steam Heated
IPERSONALS §
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Mrs.  W. Draney, of Haysport, arrived by last evening's train.
*     *■ . *
R. J. Wood, canneryman, is in the
city. He is still packing salmon in
the Skeena.
...       ,
R. A. Grant, of P. Burns & Company, returned from Prince George
last evening.
... v
J. E. Gllmore, manager of the Oceanic Cannery, is in the city. He Is
accompanied by Mrs. Gilmore. The
cannery is still putting up salmon.
...
John Evans, of Sacramento, Cal.,
accompanied by Miss M. Evans, reach,
ed the city last evening by train. Mr.
Evans, who is advanced in years, will
probably find it necessary to make
a stop over here to rest, before proceeding south. Miss Evans has been
a newspaper writer, having formerly
conducted the Woman's page on the
Victoria Times.
GERMANY'S PREPARATION.
(Continued tr_m  Page   One.)
How To Can Fruit |
3
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To can peaches—Allow one-half
pound of sugar to each pound of
fruit and one-half to one-third cup
of water to each cup of sugar, to
make syrup. To prepare the syrup,
put the sugar in saucepan and add
boiling water, stir until all the crystals of sugar have disappeared then
let boil three or five minutes. To prepare the fruit, if ripe enough, skin,
but if not wash and peal. If rather
green dip fruit in boiling water and
skin will come off easily. Leave the
fruit whole or cut in halves, but remove the pits. Drop fruit in cold
water to preven discoloration then
arrange in sterilized jars allowing
the centres of two pits to each pint
Jar to add flavor. Fill the jar with
syrup and cover loosely. Place in
boiler with a board in the bottom
and fill with cold or lukewarm water
'to the neck of the jars. Let boil
twenty minutes then remove cover
of the boiler and let fruit and water
cool together. If screw top jars are
used remove cover when fruit is still
hot and put in rubber ring and quickly screw cover% very tight.
T0 can prunes—Allow same pro-
"portion of sugar as for peaches. Follow all the directions for canning
'peaches except the preparation of the
fruits. To prepare the fruit was and
prick it in several places with a fork,
arrange fruit in jars, fill jars with
syrup and proceed as for peaches.
To can pears—Allow- one-third of a
pound or less of sugar to each pound
of fruit. Allow one cup water to
each cup of sugar to make the syrup.
Weigh fruit and prepare the syrup.
Sterilize the jars and prepare the
fruit. To prepare the fruit wash
and pare and cut In halves or quarters and remove core, drop in cold
water to prevent discoloration. Arrange fruit neatly in jars (a nice
arrangement is standing the fruit on
end). Pour on syrup and proceed
ns direction for peaches.
BEAVER      WHOLESALE     LIQUOR
CO., LIMITED
Second Ave. and Sixth St.
Phone 102
•RINCE RUPF.R-. IMPORTING CO.
LIMITED
Empress Hotel Building—Third Ave.
Phone 7
FREDERICK  PETERS.  K.C.
Barrister. Solicitor and Notary Piibll-
Offlce ln
EXCHANGE  BLOCh
J. H. HILDITCH
Contractor and Builder
Estimates given on all classes ol
work, whether small or large. Personal attention  given to every  item.
PHONE GREEN 323
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DR. IKHAN
Eye Specialist
Resides being extremely wearing
upon her own strength, a long War
was bound to reduce greatly the odds
her wonderful readiness gave her at
the outset, says the Mail and Empire.
The secret of her war machine would
have to be disclosed by its operations,
and, as the campaign lengthened,
■much of what bad been her exclusive
advantage in the matter of heavy
guns, machine guns, high explosives
and war plans would become common
liroperty.
Skeena Land District—District of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that I. Austin M.
Brown, of New York City, N. Y„ Saddler, Intends to apply for a license
to prospect for coal and petroleum
over the following described land:
Commencing at a post planted six
miles south of Lot 10,038, thence
west 80 chains, thence south 80
chains, thence east 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains to point of commencement.
AUSTIN   M.   BROWN,
Dated Sept. 4, 1915. f-s-10
Skeena Land District—District of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Austin M.
Brown, of New York City, N. Y., Saddler, intends to apply for a license
to prospect for coal and petroleum
over the following described land:
Commencing at a post planted seven
miles from Lot 10,038 south, thence
west 80 chains, thence south 80
ehains, thence east 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains to point of commencement.
AUSTIN  M.   BROWN,
Dated Sept. 4, 1915. f-s-10
Skeena Land District—District of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that l, Austin M.
Brown, of New York City, N. Y., Saddler, Intends to apply for a license
to prospect for coal and petroleum
over the following described Land:
Commencing at a post planted eight
'miles south of Lot 10,038, thence
"west 80 chains, thence south 80
chains, thence east 80 chains, thence
liorth 80 chains to point of commencement.
AUSTIN   M.   BROWN,
Dated Sept. 4, 1915. f-s-10
Skeena Land District—District of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Austin M.
Brown, of New York City, N. Y., Saddler, intends to apply for a license
to prospect for coal and petroleum
over the following described laud:
Commencing at a post planted two
miles south of Lot 10,038, thence
west 80 chains, thence south 80
cliains, thence east 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains to point of commencement.
AUSTIN   M.   BROWN,
Dated  Sept. 4,  1915. f-s-10
Skeena   Land   District—District   of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE'NOTICB that I, Austin M.
Brown, of New York City, N. Y., Saddler, intends to apply for a license
to prospect for coal and petroleum
over the following described land:
Comm.nf.ng at a ppgi pia'i!°l '!-,rv
miles couth or Lot in,oils, thenco
west 80 chnins, thenco south SO
chains, thence enst 80 chnins, tlience
north 80 chains to point of commencement.
AUSTIN   M.   BROWN,
Dated Sept. 4, 1916. f-s-10
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Fitted
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Skeena Land District—District of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Austin M,
Brown, of New York City, N. Y., Saddler, intends to apply for a license
to prospect for coal and petroleum
over the following described land:
Commencing at ti post planted four
miles south of Lot 10,038, thence
west 80 chains, thence south 80
cliains, thence east 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains to point of commencement.
AUSTIN  M.   BROWN,
Dated Sept. 4, 1915. f-s-10
t&-nmrnmv,iw3iiE!B—
Summer Excursions
To The East
FROM PRINCE RUPERT TO
Winnipeg nnd return .    800.00 New York and return $110.70
St. Paul and return . .    $00.00 Toronto and retnrn . . .  $02.00
.hicago and return  . . .   $72.50 Hamilton and return . .  $02.00
Montreal and return . . $105.00 Boston und return . ..  $110.00
Correspondingly low rates to other points. Trains leave
Prince Rupert at 10:30 a.m. on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays,
making close connections at Winnipeg for all Eastern centres
G. T. P. Steamers
Prince Rupert and Prince George
sail at 10 a.m. on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, for Vancouver, Victoria and Seattle. Through tickets to San Francisco, San
Diego and  other southern  points on sale at G. T. P. ticket office.
For  full  Information,  reservations and through tickets, apply
G.   T.   P.   TICKET   OFFICE, THIRD AVENUE, PHONE 200
AGENCY  ALL  ATLANTIC   STEAMSHIP   LINES
Canadian Pacific Railway
Lowest rates to all Eastern points via steamer to Vancouver and
Canadian Pacific Railway.
Meals and Berth included  on  steamer.
PRINCESS  SOPHIA,  SOUTHBOUND,
Suturday, 0 p.m.
PRINCESS MAQUINNA, SOUTHBOUND,
Sunday, 0 p.m.
J. C. McNAB, General Agent, corner  Third   Ave.  and   Fourth   St.
THE UNION STEAMSHIP CO. OF B.C. LTD'
S.S.  VENTURE—Sails  for GRANBY,    NAAS,     PORT    SIMPSON.
Mondays 11  a.m.
S.S. VENTURE—Sails for VANCOUVER,   SEATTLE,   VICTORIA;
Tuesday 8 p.m.
,S.S. CAMOSUN—Sails for PORT  SIMPSON,  GRANBY,  STEWART;
Thursdays a   Midnight, August 19th, Sept   2nd,
16th, 30th. ,
S.S.  CAMOSUN—Sails  for  REFUGE BAY, SKIDEGATE, JEDWAY,
IKEDA, Saturdays   at   Midnight,   August   21st,
Sept. 4 th, 18 th.
S.S.  CAMOSUN—Sails  for MASSETT, Tuesdays, August 24th, Sept.
7th,  21et.
S.S. CAMOSUN—Sails for SURF  INLET,  NAMU,   RIVERS  INLET,
VANCOUVER at 10 p.m. Wednesdays, Augusl
25th, Sept, 8th, 22nd.
JOHN BARNSLEY, AGENT, 031  Second Avenue—Phone 508.
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Royal Bank of Canada
HEAD    OFFICE:   MONTREAL ESTABLISHED   1800
Capital     $  11,500,000
Reserved   Fund $ 12,500*000
Total   Assets     $185,000,000
Savings Bank Department—$1 will open an account
Branches   Throughout   Canada  nnd Bunking Connections With Ail
Parts of the Unite*1 States. Agents Throughout the World.
H.  P. WILSON,  Manager        - - Prince    Rupert   Branch
Genuine Wellington Coal
OUR COAL LASTS LONGER—IT'S THE BEST.
Phone 15—Prince Rnpert Coal Company
.Wa''*-«HKHW-rt-iKKH^
Morning Journal Ads. Bring Results
Snap In Real Estate
Choice Lot with Building on it for
$2,200 Cash
Lot 12,     Block 9,     Section 1
APPLY TO
GEORGE BRODERIUS
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Tug " GLEN ROSA "   ""SJU™ "
Oil Burner, carrying qualified Master and Engineer. General Towing, Sand and Gravel supplied; also Scows. Steam up on short
notice.
For   rates   etc.,   apply   lo   Master on Board, at Davis Boat House,
Cow Bay.    Phone Green 250.
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