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VOL.   V.
PRINCE  RUPERT, B. C, FRIDAY, MARCH  26,  1015.
Price   5   Cents.
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Whole District Expressed Desire That He Should Be The Nominee In The
Conservative Interests—With No Other Name Put Forward It Was
Decided Last Night By Delegates Present That Formalities Of Delegates
Meeting Again Today Was Unnecessary—Candidate Opened Campaign  In  Short  Speech        	
At. ii gathering held In St. Andrew's Hall last night which completely filled the building, William
Manson was made the unanimous
choice of the Conservative party for
Skeena District at the provincial
election. There were present at the
gathering about 400 local Conservatives and in addition there were
delegates from a number of the outside associations in tho dislrict, ns
well as a number of local proxy
holders.    The  intention   had  been  to
Mr. Turner, of Laltelse, said he
was present to support Mr. Manson.
It  was  the unanimous wish  of that
men of this city and district did  nol
know  anything.
He said it appeared that that pa-
] ways becami great friends of the
workingmen. Ii was felt it was inopportune to make it  law  jusl  now.
district that he should be the candi- per deliberately falsified. If lie were for the provisiion was made for tax
dale.    They    had   the  Liberals   visiting them  last   week.     It   was  stated
running   the   Liberal   campaign    he ling industries to create a fund to aid
would   lock  the  door  of  that    paper
at   that   meeting   that   the   Liberalland send the editor to Japan,
candidate     came    into    the    country
< ipptisition Misrepresentations.
without a cent but now he was worth] Reading from the News of that
all kinds of money. They statin evening, Mr, .Manson refeiyed to the
that Mr. Manson had had all kind., statement that the plank roadways
of Government offices and was not built before the city was incorporat-
worth   a  cent.   This  went    to   prove'ed  were charged  to lhe city by   the! to do this
the workers who might he injured.
Agricultural Act.
The Agricultural Bill was an important Act. The Liberals would, as
an opposition, have passed a bill in
a  few  niiniites  with  little considera-
.  -..-it - -   *
I tion.  That  was not  a practical   way
A  commission   had  gone
RUSSIANS HAVE DECISIVE
VICTORYJN -ARPATHIANS
They   Drove    The    Enemy    Before
Them From Entrenched Positions
—Over   5,000 Prisoners Taken In
The Fighting—Positions Taken At
The Point Of Bayonet
i ■ trograd,   March   _:-.  .-Ai    ofli  lal
BRITISH TRADER?
n_-.u  l\__i_-_ivlllll«  tUl/lii   Vistula there has been no cha'nge
  of importance.
UNDER PATRONAGE OF  BRITISfil     "In  the Carpathians our offensive
HOARD OF TRADE  DISPLAYS       between  Bartfeld and  Izsok is devel-
WIL
BE   MADE.
I  Is lhe Desire to   Secure
That  lias   .lone to
l-bteniit-s.
oping into a  complete   success.   Our
 a,  which    are   operating    under
Busincs.   extremely   difficult   conditions,   bave
gained a mosl decisi' e . m     in the
region of   Luppoff   Pass,   where   we
■:'i ried  the ; osition  by  assault.  The
British  traders and manufacturer   point   is a   .'ery  Important    Austrian
are waking up to the advantages of Position  on   the  great   cresl   ol    the
securing a large part of the business  Beskid    M.-Uiiiain-..     Having    fo ced
now done by  Germany  and   Austria ,lu> wood, wl Ich   was surroundi     I ,
hold the nominating convention this that Mr. Manson was an honest man. Government,    That    was   absolutely very  fully into the question.  It was jn  rarious pans of the  British   Em- several  layers of   trenches,   i
forenoon,  but   in  view   of   the   fact      Mr. Ilotilt, the other Lakelse dele-'false.  None of ihe plank roads   nor under the Act provided that   money
that there was a unanimous expression of opinion in favor of William
Manson  being the  candidate,  it  was
gate, endorsed  the   stand    taken   by the  sewers  that  were  built  prior  tojcould  be  borrowed  by  a   farmer  be-
the incorporation   were   charged   tolfore he got an indefeasible   title   to
tbe  city   with   the   exception    of   althe land. The money would be loan-
i.
Mr. Turner.
Mr.  Braun  of   Kitsumkalum   said
lecided to make the nomination lastlthat Mr. Manson was the best   manjshorl
Mr.    Manson     accepted   the for the districl.    He spoke   in favor nue.
night.
iece of. sewer on  Sixth   Ave- ed  after  \ ■ .,.   ci     .   I     lonsid
of all the circumstances In each case.
nomination    in   a   short,   speech   ln of the Agricultural Act. With   respect   to   the    Hydro-Elee- The Act  had not been  broughl  into
which  he dealt  with  the situation in      Dr.   Traynor  of  Terrace   endorsed  trie allusion,  he would  have thought [effect  by  Order-ln-Council.  This  was
the district and also met some of the the    candidature    of    Mr.    Manson   thai    the |News   would    have    beeniatim
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nianv  misrepresentations  thai    were which lie said   was   the   unanimous ashamed of its stand.   He (.Mr. Man-  money   at    fair   rates,   but   It   was
being made by the other side. wish of the party in his district.        son)  had always stood by the citj  in  boped  the  war would soon  end  and
.1    V. Kirkpatrick  presided  at the      Mr.   Flewin    thereupon    suggested j this matter.  Under the statute   now money would he available,
opening   of    the    meeting.    Charles that  It seemed  unnecessary  to   hold|passed no company could come   Into! Appropriations Here.
Halsey moved, seconded by Thomas a further meeting. If the mover .the city without ihe consent of the Dealing with the appropriations,
Maitland, that the delegates to the|of llle °tnor moli,m were agreeable, municipality. What more could be:Mri Sanson said that he felt thai a
nominating convention be elected at I he thought Mr. Manson, who seem-j asked. The onl. .'.anger from past falr allowance had been given in
Hie close of the meeting. I"1    to   be   the   unanimous    choice,'experience would appear to be that a|view 0a- the conditions.   Skeena had
.1. B,   Mefryfield,   the   representa-| should    be   formally   tendered    the Grit council was elected. .,,„   ,■„.   largest,   getting   SITU,	
Wnrk Clmnncl Water. Cariboo, the next highest, got $123,-
Mr.  Manson  referred  to the  VVark   000|    [n    ,,„.  lll.,,K,,.    ,„■    the    .,,.,„.,
pire.    Tbe following  letter   recei.    '  fantry pushed  forward to tl
at this office is self explanatory : :'1    osition of   lie - n
Sir,-
aware,
As   you   will    doubtless    be
A fter    ii"-     boml   i d n ml     ■ hey
His    Majesty's     Board     0-f,c,'0SBed deep ditelu       ■   i ; pali-
Trade in London, England, in pursu-jsades   wnlc"   were   carried. T e en-
anci  of the ■ i li  Initiated b;   them eruy's   ivorl s,  whi          en trongly
after the declaration  of ivar for as-,'armeti'  weri    Provided   with Internal
defences.
sisting    British      manufacturers    to:
capture German and  aUistrian  trade,
"The     .ustrians      m: ch ral
counter-attacks  in    close    form tl Ion,
series   of
il,e   tv.i- i'.-il'i  ,,|!'  "'"''   dispersed and partly annihilated by our lire.   After a bayonet
en it  was hard to   borrow|has  been   holding
change  tnee ings w
object:
ill     Of sin.wing   British   mam.- charge made toward the
facturers'samples of  German  and tnc  24tn   the  ''""'">'    h''- ■"   '"    re"
_ Austrian    goods   competing   mosl treal   Croni  certaln   Positions.  D  ring
effectively  with  the   British    prod- ""'  ,lay  we  "'"k    '"'    ' '"   r     and
UCj.g. 5,GOO  men   prisoner i   and   capt
(2)    Of    bringing   int.,     touch tweIve '"'"'''i'"' B«ns."
with   British   manufai   irei      buy-: 0_"
rs  who  had  previously  looked   to ITALY   I'l RCHASING   si Pi'LIES
live of the   Provincial   Conservative!11 "   :'"v-
Association  for this disi rict,  ri    1
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large number of messages   and   letters he  had  received    from dc!
Formally  Nominntetl.
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Germany   and    Ai stria    foi
requirements.
II now    been    re
l-'<)R  WAR   IN  THE  STATUS
i lhanni I v . ter    ewer, lie
mis  was acceptable to the muvei L' """"" V'M'    ' ■   "' '"  ':' ''    "   In it
.,,1,1   seconder   of    the    previous    mo-   ment  AS«Ul   had  refused  to grant    a
tions outside   or   Prince   Ruperl   In tion .,„,, so Mr, Manson was formal
which  they expressed  " Ish   thai ,.   tendei'ed    the    m
Mr.  Manson  I"   nomihi I.   They  In ,,„.,„;,„,,,,, , -. n the C
several   Instances named   local   men :- liout    i dug   to
record there to the company in order
,        ]to   'ii,"',! the cily. The city had
nclies I   ire,        '    lhe company 1
' _   Inch s only.    ' d
nl',-1
the  work  would
sane lines.   Access
o   forward
would    be
from  McBride Street.
There  had   be n   a   lol   of  talk
a nted    to
HI     llajesty'    Boi l' of Trad"    tl    I
as    a    com] '•  nen fo    the      ;
schemi .        Bril Ish lanufnelui
Id lortiinilj
Im   '-.
In ers   foi and
Sim it Ion  Loo]      ' :'..■    Wi
I til- a ■■  '!'.'■.-t   ( ounl i'v   Is
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:::    ''     nominating convention,
ntion,     These    nu ssages    were
from   Bell.    I' mla,   |n Ints   along the
ma  River, and  tli ■ Quei a  Clu
lotte Island      'ractli   11;   all i
ed the Jinanimous   desire   thai    Mr.
Mans "ii be I      n   ee.   . boul i wen-
ty such  local   .,-■'.'
nn ni- ated,
r The chalrm   i c ill d on the ■
ent delegates preaenl  to speak.
-.Indorsed by All DeleRnte .
'. Adtlt-	
.,..    , |n ■
inlion      .pressed hi
Df tin    nnnnl |ous   nominal;
1 ii        •■ ili a like this afforded _
'  Ic  11     ■  ■   consolation   for
tthe abu       hat  is heaped  upon   one,
He    referred    to    the    unrenso
vi  of that   th,ii   the city
11  protected?
Vs to il I
was  not
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,
I,
lie  op| nsitl bout    a |
spill   in  'ii" Conservatlvi      i       Th     tne>' are or  I
meel ill;;   showed   I
     ,; 1 rontlmu   ivitb I I'hey could                  •           ■
Inning                            fiscal   : '                        tied to the elec-
.',,!'!    o "a   ■'.-   ' xpeditioi :                               •                 did front,
:,  could  be done, '    -        lb    n a lol  nf talk  i
Wink  of Session. ■'■!!!  - Gi ii ra               defeated
DurinR  Un          '    s
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■   li
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of the I lolly News,  I Ic fell.
tcour .-, thai  a  knock  from
if   M
I.ill:.   I ' Hi
'. -   proti    Ion givei   to tl i
■    ■■ lial    had
■ •• nomination    when    he   had
-   .
I-
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_  boost.   Misrepri sonfatloi -       til   to th.   fron!   i'i    . oldin li
lohn   Flewl     d -!   fate  from    Port were  being made dial  were  full   of '    ''-1!-    '  moratorium bill  v
■,. .   -,   and
Simpson   ;   Id thai l'.1 was as a delegate Insti'u     d    i ' t Mi.
son.     Thai   ivas   th,    unanimous  wish
of the Com ervatl es In  iii-' disi rict,
■ 11   solid
oi   ■    aiiv" party,
■
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. -I   nearlj   e lay   In   the ' '   "'!li( ;'  wo  ' '
weak by thai  pap, r.    Non ense Biich one whose   ca      was con -:-
hs ii   ■ |i n   " did nol hurl 'hl" oy a judge of the courts. The  Lib I il i I     al In
Tl      New      ipparontly   thought   the      The lawyers,  who Were not   Riven'tin       md in  Britl      C       nbio to en-
.Vouh
Libornls   I m|ii'iicttriible,
Tin
Repulsed Crermais Again At Notre Dame
i
I      ie and
.,
■■ "ii   for much,  were   "i en    i	
.v- .- (
iMBW«ii><WHS-i»(!H»_«»_^^ make a granl of   $10, I   to the aens of  Prince  Ruperl    like   to   Bee a4mmfXW*04m0K.rV4404<>o-" ^-  ■ ,,..,.,, hkkkhj.
Mrh Steamc *mk By Germans
German Sabmarme Has Been Sunk
London, March 25.—The A Iralty announces thai they have
reason to believe thai the Gerr "i submarine U-29 has been sunk
with all hands.   The location  s not given.
A Workmen's Compensation Bill fl I'orl runnli i ,- alti Irs of the
;' .I been prepared, li bad not been !>ro Ince, The men of the Grl ma-
passed  as a law. The Liberals would chine had nol stood by the Interests
■ dopbl  offer a lot of criticism, for ol  the people of Prince Rupert, Thi
.„ .. ^ .....   ,   , ,,    ......,,:r.......    ,        ... JtJiMl   before election the Liberals al- (ConUnn.d on  Page Four.)
Tin    im
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b.        Bunk
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PRINCE    RUPERT    JOURNAL
fetmct wunx* journal
Telephone  138.
o. H. NELSON,  Editor.
Offic";    ' 28   Third    Avenue
near Mt   Irid '■  Tt lephoi
Po-.   ■ '--.     '   -  697.
:.   ILY  EDITION.
Publl very   rnornii
Monday.   : '•     -' "'   •"  carrier ln  the
city ni  Li" toUowing rate
advance:—
t for      e i neniy.   Joffre
"   : Ing    his   military
, t he did during
the first six il  I   is war, and
" would
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SPLENDID  FOR  i
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The sale of Product No. 90 is strictly
confined    to   the   high-class   supply
es.    its  cost  of manufacture  is
■   fore   apt  affected' by  Dept.   or
"price  cutting store" Influence   that
'-" often drives manufacturers to the
use  of  inferior  chemicals   and   pro-
-.  Nu- is the dealer allowed'to
reduce the retail price under penal.j
of    having    his    supply    terminated.
A POWERFUL SOLVENT FOR
CLOGGED OP DRAIN PIPES
aecunitilutiouH   if  li-.;i.    paper,    cloths,    hall-,   slime,   £
etablcs, _oap,   fruit and  many  nther..   ii  Is harmless lo   £
lilies    liunli - 8
DON'_   AUGl'K Do.V'i PI  f Tl.S'l
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CBEPKCAL PRODUCTS CO., NEW YORK I
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Sailings for Vancouver
Victoria and Seattle
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tivi     -    -     I Ski ■ a -   Dlstrl.
open thai
■ at d. From now on the
fight will be en in earn. st. Mr.
Aii! in ';., ■ b, , ii nominated on a demand whf h has -ii ntosi unanimous. In .lew ol the tact that lie
has served the district for a number
of years  this unanimous  nomination
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trade.
Pane trade,
rrad. -     ■ ■       •   i-iid
Clocli I,-,-, le,
■    >■  trade  (such   as
studs   buttons, etc.)
Glass n are  I cade.
El ■ 11 "-"late  trade.
Cutlery.
Paper and stationery trade.
•I iwellerj    I other   than   precious)
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should  indeed be gratifying   to him. trade.
The feeling throughout Skeena is
decided In favor of the return of
Mr. Manson. Everything points to n
sweeping victory for him and for the
Conservative party. There is a well
grounded impression prevailing that
Mr. Manson has done his best for the
districl and lias succeeded in keeping the needs of the Skeena well before tl" Government. The endorsa-
tion of his course at the polls should
he a  pronounced one.
—fffll P.UUit,-1" ■■_ lit'
EXPLAINS.
Coal, Cement, Plaster and Brick
AND A COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDERS' SUPPLIES
,TOF
The French official statement detailing the operations during the first
sis months of the «ar Is _ dignifl id 191
The annual value of the exports I
in the above trades from Germany
and Austria to the British Empire
alone exceeds $45,000,000. The fair
being strictly confined to the foregoing trades.
For the purpose of this display,
which it is intended shall reproduce
the main features of the continental
trade fairs, His Majesty's Board or
Trade has secured the Royal Ami-
cultural Hall, London, England, and
British manufacturers will be afforded iii opportunity of exhibiting
tlieir productions therein from lhe
10th  of  May  to  the    21sl    of   May,
WESIBOLHE
First Ave- ue
HDtM. 1/0.,   L
Prince Rupert        Telephone 186   §
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S.S.   Prince  George every   i'i itl/iy at I) a.m.
S.S. Prince John nt 7 p.m. on .Hnailiiy...lurch      i I, 28, etc.
For Massett nntl Port Clements S.S. Prince John ll) p.m. Saturday,
March   8, 20, etc.
For Skidegate, Lockeport, etc., S.•-. Prince 'lohn 11 p.m. Sunday,
Morel   7, 21, etc.
For Stewart and Naas River S.S. Prince John 0 a.m. Wednesday,
.Miiifb    id, 21. etc.
For Anyox (Oiranby Bay) S.S. Prinee George midnight every Wednesday.
G.T.P.   li.til.WAV  SCHEDULE
Trains leave Prince Unpen li Prince George, EtCnonton, Melville,
Winnipeg, etc., at 10 a.m., Wednesdays nnd Saturdays, connecting  viitli  trains  for  __. Paul. CliicflL'o and nil   points   east.
Trains arrive  from  the easl on  Thursdays and I to p.m.
15 1ILWAY SVSTI...I
The   liouble-iracla    Route
From Chli ....,.' .in,    Mont i
For reservations, tiokets und full information ■ t ■ travel to
any pan of tiie ivorld apply to the G.T.P. Ticket Oflice, Tlili'd
Avenue;   Agency  all  Atlantic  Steamship   Lines.
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PHONE   101, P.O.  DK-lWER  10-15 330 SECOND .AVE.
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and  flank rei  tal In  which is mirrored  'li" Qui Dfldeni ■■ and bravery
" French nation. Tbe ready ad
mission of pasl errors on tbe part of
Boldiers of all t lasses is s fe iture of
this statement we cannot praise too
hlgbl  .
rhls temenl 0, - that the
strategy displayed by General Joffre
in  tii" •■  rly months of : In
Manufacturers only will be allow-
ed to exhibit, and their exhibits will
be strictly confined to goods of their
own make. .', general catalogue of
the fair will be Issued by His Majesty's Board of Trad", each iiianu-.
I a hirer: ' 11 me to ai lie ii al ihabet-
ically under the various trades represented ai the fair.
Admission  to  the  fair will  he   by
e lonal     Hi   lad to take into a     mvi ' -,       '    Board ol
■ ■    ■ -i ■ ■ id!Trade onl I will be res
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Cupital     $  11,500,000
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Brunches   Throughoul   Canada and Banking  Connections Willi All
Paris of the I'nited St iti   -   --.cul.   Throughoul   the World;
ri     II.   P.   WILSON,   Mnnagei - - Prince    Rupert    Brunch
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KAMI
Coal, Furniture Moving, Baggage
and Heavy Teaming
W. J.  CRAWFORD, Manager
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Address.year Envelipii to LAKE Of THE WOODS MltlffiS CO. UWITfD, WIN. IKC
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■   '   , ' MOBLEY ' ■     '    •     ■
The Morning Journal
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PRINCB    RUPHRT    JOURN.-.I.
.  Man li  26,  191:
-_a-__..«-,.-,f;(
MAN'. BRAVERY
IS NOT FAILING
M. MAETERLINCK SAYS SIEN A!!.
BRAVEST   TODAY   WORLD
HAS SEEN.
The Influences ol   Civilization
\o(  Lessened This
Quullty.
Have
,.'-    '   .. bul inn So  vt j "Noivi                rything 1b changed,
i            infllci   more noil     tin  i and death itself is no longei  what it
i,;iiii  upon   the!        Iven        'i           ■ was.  Forim           in  looked  it  ii
deli i.     many    more    words     than face—you knejc whence it came and
blows. [Who sent il  to you.   It  had a   dl
"The d tensive neapons    and this Eiil  aspect,  but  one   that    re
i                    ,.i      ;'■,.   .rei,,:.,    supe- human.   .            present  to all    lie
rior to their arms of   often e;    and horrors ii   adds  the   great   intolera-
dii'tli is an  unusual, unforeseen - it    fear  of  mystery.   .   .     It    i
Hi
and t! "
possessin
and   'ain!"
-        I  a.- i-1 :
himself lor a
finds   liims II
in .   unpi i
■•".iii li    -I
oh    i '  ■    would
ivhceE    Ski ■ na   Land rie
,-',,.-..' ' I'll" '■    C -.Ill's.
IMPERIAL MACHINE WOR
new  i'i
kind, ' ■■
Engines   Installed
lit i.ai.
Gen
-'10 NOTICE      . r Pii   .!'",-
ol   Prince   Rut art,    B.C.,   occupation \
Proaj ector, intends to   ■
nission to pr < ixjr-Acet) li nc  Plant    in    ■
troh am a    r the fo lo cribed
lands __ '■" '-'v11  I BO Third
Island'  i ig at a pi '
led three i r_k of the nortl r    »*    riri r_rrr-"»l
v I. .. J. ii. nlLi/llL-n
rtain  that  I i ■ I' ' ■'  i na   ivesl  80 cl ain i, tl  -t ■
,        chains, thenci   e Contractor end Builder
■ to  point   of  conimi ti a
h
mosl      Inde.   roue enl      ivhl,        ,-.   ready, alwavs   on   tin    watch,111 a have d     . itainln    G%0 acrei   I  Estlmiitt       ,        on all   cli ol
,                                                                         ,     .      ,-,!   of  I'ai-iin-- ;-,,   ri,    ," ja2.                       PETER     ■','    IBl         work,  whether small  oi   Inree.    Per-
rows  the  ri ul     Into   I ion er at . .    lien ut,    i red,   In wu-mt,,	
■,...,, .-                         i.i located, December I sonal  attention given  ti   even   Item.
osl  of - " com-;tangible  and ' d audi : ' ' ' ' 	
Mr. Maurice Maetei linck, :
pi     In   the  Daily   Ala I
;,ii.
■ n  Ion .'   ' cowardl
IllCIllli,
il  bul fact
■
"
'
In
laiiul  of courai
contrasts  the  heroism   dl
the   present   w ir  with   I lial
ons - onfllcl       lyin    th.       ■■      of   In
consoling surprii ei   of   I Ills   v
the unlocked for, and, so   to .-
iini- ersal  herolsi    n li'■,■   II
v.       ■  :     ing a :■'
part  in  It."
1 bra.in
"We  reall      . :' nent," hi
continues, "that  until  today  we     id armB
inn   an    Inconi '.  ■     "        laccm
Idea  "'' man'     ourage.    We   lool
In I
11    ■
ent di
,,  ■    ■
le tli
■
at ' l!ni
'   n      po  .     • ike, lu
. m the -.'■  .-"'  |i'"
atigabl ' ,     ill
ivholi   ■ tin
d itit
"i
.        Land
'in,   . Island
.A    ...
...       of Prince Rupert,   BJ
lul
u i
i   ■
id bul to sul owing d
tl-DEKl
ilili'
invad
I him.
■      ' .    i
■
...
n t its fi
ist si      to        right
I   aring  or  left,  ii   body  bent  or  .   i
leen hj id draws, ii.-  -
.-ii"
"Again   and
nil."
id  no  "-■.-:,:' le   of
'jtwo or threi     Itc    .   bal les;  that  is this  preponderance  of   the    destnic-
Ito   say,   two   oi    three   culminating tive  forces,   We should   never
■  -   ients; efeorts,  bill    af-  bell    ed  thai  man's nerves could re-1
•oris rn'   i   fi iv   hours  or a   day   at sist  so  greal  a  trial. The nerves ol
upon it as an exceptional virtu
one  whicli  Is the  more admire
being also the rarer the  farther  ive
go hack in history."
Of Homer's heroes M- Maeterlinck jmoat|  toward   which   the  combatants the  lira'.-.-si   man    are   tempered   to
says: directed  all   the  vigor and   all    the face death   for  the space of   a  sec-
"These  models  of   antiquity,    thi   heroism    a.  ilnl id    during   long ond   but nol  to  live in    the   hourly
I
first  professors, the  lirsl   masters ol  weeks or months of |ir paration and expectation  of   death,   and   nothing
bravery, were nol  really very brave.|waiting.  Afterward,  whether the re-ielse.   .   .   .   And    so,    at    the   very
They have a wholesome dread of be-jsull was victory or defeat, the fight-, moment  when man   appeared    most
Ing hit  or wounded, and  an  ingenu- ing was over;  relaxation, respite and  exhausted     and     enervated     by   the
ous   and   manifest    fear    of    death, rest   followed;   men    went   hack    to comforts and vices of civilization, al
Their mighty conflicts  are   tie'lama- their homes. the  moment   when   lie  was  happiest,
; . ,,"   ■
.   . .,
|v  and     ,-     Im ■   i■■•■
Ism mi  '   hai i idea am
lien in;   in  othe    " ords,   lit '"ism  In
the clea est, nd        it  i Irgin-
al   form,  a  dl i.
hearted saerlfli -   for that  «hlch men
rd   -is  their  'iii".   to  :'   nisei i -
j to  i heir  kith and  kin,   to   mankind
mil  to  the future."
■ ■ ain
-■ .    ■  '      ain • ■     SO '. ,
i .  .
or 1
PETER   I,  ■
:' :■   locale I, Dei enib n   . th,  1914
en   C/iai lotte   Islands.
DR. GILRGY. .1ST
Work a
Spec
Offlce:   Sn.iili    Block,   Third   Avenue
of
March    Furniture  Sale  ai
).  Tite's,  all   departments,
discounts for cash.
{.onr.e
Record
'
Delivered to your kitchen
door, like groceries
•
uawei
175,000,000 Bottles Yearl
Groceries—Our prices are the low-
est in town, you will save money o-
almost every article. Give us a tria
order today. Phone 12?,. Prompt de
Ivery. Mussallem & Co., ._:i Flttn
Ave.  East.
Notice is hereby given that on the
£rst day of April, next application
will be made to the superintendent
of Provincial Police and to the
Hoard of License Commissioners foi
the City of Prince Rupert for per
nission to change the site of the
fholesale liquor business now car
lied on' by the undersigned company
from iis present premises, namely.
Lots 16 and 17, Block l 1, Section 1,
situate on Secofld Avenue, City o
Prince Ruperl, to premises situatf
i a Lois lu and 18, Block 32, Section 1, on Fraser Street, in the Citj
of Prince Rupert.
Dated this 27th of February, A.D
1915.
Beaver  Wholesale   Liquor   Compan.
of  Prince  Rupert,   Lid.
I8mar28 c:  A.  SWEET,  M  r
Skt .-.in   Land    DIsti ' :
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occtipotl
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....
ivest   SO    ehali
■    chains,    to
■ nmmencei
.
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Land    Dl Dl   riel     of
i
A. FAULDS   M.I. M.E.
PAKE NOTICE tl ir  Pionibo, Consiilliig Mining Engineer
of   Prince  Rupert,    B.C.;   occupation ,,... „,- ,     ,
i   . in       Is to   -    I.   f01  per- *»nitaBtio_ii   and     levelopment    of
ml ision to : ro .     t for coal and ( "'''• Meta|. OH. Kil--
tn over ;;"   Colli  vlng described 709 Dunsmiiii  St        Vancouver   BC
lands on the  iVest Coi   t of Graham	
li land: Coinim nclng : a post , lant-
ed five miles east and one mile north
of thc north-easl corner of Lot 2435
inen.e north SO chains, thence west
80 chains,- thence soutli SO chains,
thence east SO chains, io poinl of
commencement, containing (140 acres
more or less.
ja-ll PETER   I'lO.tllO.
Date located. 4th December,  1914.
HAIRM-ESSING
PARLORS
Massage,    Manicuring,   Scalp   Tr.at-
tuent,  Electric Treatments,  Etc
Mrs.   \. I. Handasyde, Prop.
211 Third St PRINCE lil PI.in
LAND ACT.
Skeena    Land    District—District    o
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE   NOTICE   that   I,   D.    Hogg,
of  Queen Charlotte City,  occupation
Farmer, intend to apply for permls
-ion  to  purchase  the  following   de
scribed lands: Commencing al a po_
planted     at     the    south-west      cor
er  of  Gooden    Island    in    Bearskin
Day, thence easterly  thence norther
ly,  thepce  westerly, thenee  souther
y,  followin;; shore line to  poinl    o
ommcnceiii'in. containing five acres
nore or  less.
DANIEL unci;.
Dated 6th  Ft bruary,  I" 15. fl3
P.O. Bor 1714 Telephone 4 48
RITCHIE,   AGNEWI  &   CO.
Civil Engineer! and Surveyors
Prime  Rupert,   B.C.
Waterworks, Water Power, Wharf
.onstruction, Reports, Plans, IXmilu-
on and Provincial Land Surveying,
illeelri. Blue Printing, Negatives and
White  Prints
Form  il.
Form of Notice.
Skeena    Land    Qlstricl    -Districl    oi
.'. .      Rangi
TAKE      NOTICE     thai      Edward
i      iley,   Pr   i   ictor,  of  S
'■'■ill "     '"
easi    the  follow! land:
■
Pinno Blue  183        Res.  Phone 3BJ
UP-TO-DATE
c LIKDSAY*S CARTAGE & STQRAGL
O   T.   P   C uiT-'..,!-;  AGENTS
33!    SBCONP   AVENUE
JINGLE POT COAL
if handled  by us. Ail order.,  receive
prompl attention   Phone No   ..
Phono   93.
P.iJ.    Bi
Pacific Cartage limited
Genci il
Furniture   .1
i.  , ■ mile east ol
■
Qdary   line    o
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The Charlotte
' Oil Fields Limited
liUle.
Ilufld
-.:,'•■■•,       I    '      miry  Stock
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That was the demand for Budweiser last
year.
The Anheuser-Busch Plant co,
more -       qual  to 70
It   gives   Steady   empll
people, and  to  1,500  more   in  its
branched.
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Anheuser-Busch, St. Louis
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ly for' pi
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miles noi
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HAYNER BROS
I   Pii'iter    Funeral  l)ii
a :
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Plum
rt Journal
nth
The Largest Plant of Its Kind
in tlia World
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PRINCE RUPERT IMP. CO.
Distributors PRINCE RUPERT, B. C.
i
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Trade Mai
Designs
COPYRtCil. r
AriTirr sending aflkctcband denprf]
quickly aacortain mir uplnton j-
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OOOft
THE PRINCE RUPERT SASH
AND DOOR COMPANY LTD.
MAM  !■'..! "i
DO.-.-S,   '-ASM.   .lA.VTliES,   UOl'LDI.NGS,
SAWING.  AVD   Halt 1 »F  PINIHMINGS,     ifOBB    .Nl)
IK I-   I IVI      I..-..   HOI'aSU  I'lMSI
lory and Of -• »
OCK.OO'.: Friday,  March   26,   191...
PRINCE    RUPERT    JOURNAL
GRANITE
Skeena  Land  District — District ofi
: ieen  Charlotte Islands.
.RANITE  of  bent,  quality  and   thor-      TAKE  NOTIOE  that   Andrew   W.
oughly  tested   for Bale MaeLean, of  Prince  Rupert,   B.   C'„
Cut   Si.me  or  Crushed   Rock   in
Quantities
.1.11, ,1, McLEOD      Phone Green 217
OCEAN FISH €0.
-fresh  I'ish Arriving Every  Day
>_tslde Oiders Promptly Attended To
i'lio.M-: in.U.
occupation Carpenter, intends to ap-
(}y for permission to prospect for
eoal and petroleum over the follow-
in described lands on the West
Coast   of  Graham   Island:   Commenc-
i: -.■ at a pos     lanted t ivo miles nqr;.!i
mile e isl  of i lie   north-i ast
corner of  ' ol   2 i'i". tin ne'e north  80
chains, tlience ei si  SO t..,:...:   •
south   I 0    chains,    the: -   "    80
.hains  to   point   of    commencement,!
containing G40 acres more or loss.
ANDREW   W.   MacLEAN. I
fl8 Agent,  Peter Piomlio j
Date located  23rd  December, 1914.   |
GOVI.KN.II-N'r WEATHER
Iil.P-.PaT.
Furnished   by   P.   v.".    Howling.
For 24  hours ending  5  p.m.
March  25.
Bar.  reduced to sea  level. .. .30.07
Highest  temperature    62.0
Lowest   temperature    38.0
 o	
. NAM. IOI SSI-LI.CTHi\   OF
NOTICE.
Tbe I aniiili.in Patriotic Fund,
Will those who ne... assistance
from the above fund, resident In the
city or district and ft'hose breadwinner is on active service with tbe
forces of the Empire or her Allies,
kindly notify the secretary at the
local orgaui. ation.
tf VV. __   COLLISON,
P.O. Box T3.V
WM. MANSON AS CANDIDATE—
PHONE 554
P.O. BOX 60
FOR
I Skeena  Land   Dlstiict
District  of
(Continued  from   Page One.)
APERHANGING
AINTING
OLISH1NG AND
WALL TINTING
HIGH-GRADE    INTERIOR
DECORATING    A    SPECIALTY
Martin Swanson
SECOND AVE IEAR McBRIDli
Skeena   Land    District—DiBtricI    of I
Queen  Charlotte Islands. Conservatives had stood by the city.
TAKE NOTICE that Peter Piomlio, He  himself had  always  stood    four-
of  Prince  Rupert,   B.C.,   occupation i
1,'||'    l,t .   .m, nd'B tQ aJ,ply for per_ square on every issue affecting   the
mission  to irroopeel   Eor coal aud pe- welfare of ilie city,
iver the following d< scril t _
,'!.   0I]  the  S. est  Coast of Graham to   take
Island:  Commencing at a . ost plant
ed  three  miles  north   and  one   milo
east  of the north-east corner of Lot
2437, thence north SO cliains, thence
, ,i      80    chains,    llience    south    SO |
chains,  thence   west   SO    chains,   to:"'ouil1 come
chances on Iliis election. They must
all get out and work. They had no
doubl    then  as  to  the   results   that
containing
Other  Features.
a44000n 000 0 0 0000000 O O 440 04
CANADIAN STEAM f
LAUNDRY
po'nt  of commen. ement,
6 |u acres more or less.
Ia29 .'I'lTd.i!   MO.'.DO. A programme was rendered in ad-
Date located, December Jrd, 191.   ditlori t0 tile   business.    Alex,   Gray
I acted  as  pianist.     Musical  selections
Queen  Charlotte  Islands. .,,.,.,  ,.jvT11   „.,.).,,   Kcu, ()|. ,,,_    vel...
Skeena   Land    I-istriet—District    of
highest order,   .lohn Evans,   Charles
TAKE NOTIM tkat P^ Piombo, ft . w
of   Prince  Riipoit,    B.C.,    occupatien
p . intends to apply (or per-,Choir  rendered  solos   and    the   two
mission  to prospect  for coal  a nd  pe- nnneared In a dneii which was
NOW   0PM   TOR   BUSINESS  g troleum ever the following a^M1?"61 ^W'l in a duett iihich was
S lands on He West 'east of Granam enthusiastically     encored.      Thomas
lil.i,«,-M  and  Approved Methods  SIlBtand:  Commencing at a post plant-: ga .
inlv   Skilled    Operators   Em-  S ed  five miles east of the   ninth-east,
5 corner  of  Lol.  2435,  thence  east  8,0 also  nppeared   in    musical    numbers.
pIoyed '   S chains,   thence    south     SO     chains, w   ,„..,,       , nojiular', rendered
r,  ihence  west   SO  chains,  thence north,
Phone us and we H-Ul call for n v 80   chains,   to   point    of   commence-
lii.tl   bundle * ;mont-  containing  640  acres  more or
ciless.
ja2fl PETER   PIOMBO.
Hate located, December 4lh, 1914.
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
TAKH NOTICE that Andrew W.
MaeLean, of Prince Rupert, B. C,
occupation. Carpenter, intends to apply for permission lo prospect for
coal and petroleum over tho following described lands on Wesi Coast.
of Graham Island: Com mencing at
a post planted two miles north of
the north-east corner of Lot 2435,
thence north 80 chains, thence west
SO chains, thence south SO chains,
thence east SO chains, to point of
commeneement containing 640 acres
more or less,
ANDREW   W.   MacLEAN.
ns Agent, Peter Piombo
Date located,  23rd  December,   1014
NAVIGABLE     WATERS      PROTECTION ACT.
R. S. Ci Chapter. 11...
The Imperial Oil Company hereby
give notice that it has under Section 7 of the above Act, deposited
YVlt_b the Minister of Public Works at
.Ottawa, aud in the offlce of the District Registrar of the Prince Rupert
Laud Registration District at Prince
Rupert, B:C, a description of the
site and the plans of the wharf and
approach proposed to be built in
Prince Rupert Harbor, Biitish Columbia, in front of Waterf_a___t
.Block "Q", according to registered
Ulan of the Townsite of the said
City of Prince Rupert deposited in
the aforesa/id Land Registry Office
as No.  923.
AND TAKE NOTICE that after
the expiration of one month from
the date of the lirst publication of
this notice, the said Imperial Oil
Company will under Seclion 7 of the
said Act. apply to the Minister of
Public Works at his office in the City
of Ottawa for approval of lho said
site aud plans and tor leave to construct the said wharf and approach.
DATED   nt   Prince    Rupert,    B.C.,
this   2nd  day  ot   February,    A.    D.
1*915. 4w-f4
TlfE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY.
NOTICE is hereby given that on
the 23rd day of March next apjilica
| tion will he made to the Superir,
teudent of Provincial Police aad to
the Board of License Commissioners for the City of Prince Ru|>ert for
permission to remove the license for
the sale of liquor by wholesale from
the premises known as Lots lii and
16, Block 32, Section 1, situate Lt
Frazer Street in the City of Prince
Rupert, to the lands described as
Lets 19 and 20, Block 23, Section 1,
on Third Avenue in the said City of
Prince Rupert.
DATED  this   2nth   day  of    Febru
ary, 1915.
PRINCE   RUPERT,IMPORTING CO/
LIMITED.
W.  11. Marshall, Manager
f21mar22 Applicant.
. i'V
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.Note   our   address:
sixth   ,\\ i:.\i !•:  west g
0
Phone No. 8
Canadian Steam  Laundry    |
■yOrOO 0040 _HKl<HKt&CBKH.-t>fr_«H>
tS.iaKB. plKK -Xf-SH^B.-(KHKi-eiK-_>_KH3
1 Capt. J. McGee
§ M.M.S.A.
g Masters and  Mutes prepared
v for examination.   Compass ad-'
i, justcr.
8 Phone Ited 502
O "NAUTICAL   ACADEMY"
a        Helgerson  Block, opposite
Itoyal  Hotel
IKHKK--O (KBM 043 SHU. 4-CKHS-CfiH.-ft000
Skeena Land Disiriel—District of
Queen Oharlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that refer Piombo,
of Prince Itupert, B.C., occupation
PrnsperXor, intends to apply for permission to priX-peel  for    eal and pe
a comic .-'.in!; and also several recitations. The City Band was in attendance and during the evening
rendered selections. Pipers Sturgeon
nnd McGl'ury were also heard in
pipe selections.
At the close on motion of Mr.
Manson those taking part were accorded  a hearty vo'te of thanks.'  Mr.
Skeena  Land  District — Distriet  o_
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Andrew Vf
..in-Lean, of Prince Rupert, B.C., oc
I -upatlon Carpenter, intends lo apply
| or permission to prospect for coa
I nd petroleum over the following do
j crthed lands on the West Coast of
Graham Island: Commencing at a
post planted two miles north of the
north-east corner of Lot 2433, tlience
j north SO chains, thence east 80
cliains. thence south SO chains,
thence west 80 chains to point of
[commencement, containing 040 acres
[more  »r   less.
ANDREW  W.   MacLEAN.
|*18 Agent,  Peter  Piotnho
Date located, 23rd December,  1014.
SV.NOPSIS      UP      COAL      MINING
REGULATIONS.
troleum over the following described  Manson  referred  to  the   City   Band
lands on  the  West Coast ol  Graham
Island: Commencing at a post planted ive miles east of the north-east,
corner of Lot 243., thenoe _.»rtr, 80
chains, thenoe east SO chains, thorn*
south 80 oba/in*, Ihence wost SO
chains, to paint of cooinii.ne».-_en.,
containing 640 ao_o_ more or less. Ison
|aM PWT-Hit   PIOMBO.
Bate located, Becemfcer 4th, 1314
and   hoped  it  would receive   every
encouragement.
The meeting closed with God Save
the  King and  cheers I'or    Mr.    Man-
Skeena   Land    District—District   of
Ot',"in Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTIOE that Peter Pi-P-ibo,
nl Prince Rupert, B.C., oecii|T»t*«n
Prospector, intends to apply f»r permission io prospect for coal and petroleum over the following do.rriW
»<._Ki-i>iKHK-G<H?aa.-trc^ lands on    he West Coast, of Graham
2 Island: Commencing at a post plait-
° t"l five miles east of the n«rfh->_j_t
fi corner of Lot 24:1s, thence north SO
g [chains, Miaooe west SO o_aiiis,
Slthence spuih so chains, theace east
0 si. chains, to point of nn_i»oni-e-
§ iiiioni, containing 640 acres more or
a ' less,
B ja2. PETER   PIOMBO.
Date located, December 4t-h, 1914
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
For Rent
REASONABLE    KATES
400
THE
Continental Trust
Company
00000000000000400 004 0<v6
Skeenn    Land    District—District    of
Queen  Oharlotte Islands.
March House Furnishing Bar-
gains—Sale Price on* Print Linoleums, 45 cents, at George  l>. Tile's.
Stive Dollars ;t( George I). Tile's
furniture Sale—everything reduced
Skeena  Land  District  —  District  of
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Andrew W.
j MaeLean, of Prince Rupert, B. C„
[occupation Carpenter, intends to apply for pernission to prospeel for
:C»al and petreleun over the follow-
|lmg'. dsscri-ied lands nn the West
i Coast of -_raha Imdlsna
I Coast of Graham Islaud: Comnieuc-
iing at a post planted eae mile Dorth
and two mile* east. »f the north-oast
eornOT- of Let 2433, theace north SO
chains, thonce west 80 chains, thence
seutli 80 cliains, thenoe east 80
chains to point of commencement,
containing 040 acres more or less.
ANDREW W. .MacLEAN.
flS Agent, *Peter  Piombo
Date  localed,   23rd   December,   1914
Skeena  Lund  District
District  of
Wanderers'   Club.
The annual meeting of the Wan
defers' Club will be held this even-
Ing at 8:15, The meeting is for the
mrpose of electing officers nnd conducting the general business or the
club.
Queen Charlotte Islands.
The Morning Journal
50c. per month
Taking Prisoners South,
TAKE NOTICE that Poter Piombo, I     Provincial  Officers W.  .1.   Service
of  Prince  Rupert,   B.C.,   occupation Und  C.  W.'Wiley  of Prince   Gem
Prospector, Intends to apply for per-       .,,,.,„
nission lo prospect for con! and pe- arrived  by the G.   I. !>.   lasl   night
troleum over the following describe* They had in custody three prisoners
lands on  tilie Woist  Coast of Gi._-__.__I,.           ,      ,    ,.
Island: «_m___eMhig at a t»«at pl____- "'"'"  Soutb Fort   George,   who   a»e
TAKE NOTICE that Andrew W
MaeLean, of Prince Rupert, F). 0.
occupation Carpenter, intends to up
J ply for permission to prospect for
«oal and petroleuirf over the following described lands on the West
Coast of Graham Island: Commencing at a post planted one mile nortli
nnd two miles east of the north-east
corner of Lot 2435; thence north 80
chains, llience east 80 cliains, thence
strath SO ckains, thence west SO
chains, to point of comniencemenl
containing 840 acrus more or less.
ANDREW W. MacLEAN.
ns Agent,  Peter  Piombo
Date located, 23rd  December,  1914,
Coal mining rights of the Dominion, in Manitoba, Saskatchewan   and
Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the
Northwest Territories and a portion
of tlie Province of British Columbia,
may he leased for a term of twenty-one years at an annual rental of
tl per acre. Not more than 2,560
acres will be leased to one applicant.
Applications for a lease must be
made by the applicant in person to
the Agent or Sub-Agent of tlle district in which the rights appllel for
in surveyed territory the land
must be described by sections, or
legal subdivisions of sections, and
in unsurveyed territory the tract applied for shall be staked out by the
applicant  himself.
Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $. , which will be
refunded if the rights applied for
are not available, but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the
merchantable output of tlle mine at
the 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
atid pay t,he royalty thereon. If the
coal mining rights are not being operated, such returns should he fur
nished at least  once a yen.-.
The lease will include the coal
mining rights only; bul the lessee
.nay be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be
considered necessary for the working 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, Ot
tawa, or to any Agenl ' or Stib-
Agent of Dominion Lands.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy  Minister of the Interior
■     ■'■■■■■; ,
NOTICE   OE   CANCELLATION    OF
RESERVE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tho Reserve existing on Detention
Island by reason of a Notice published in the British Columbia Gazette on
the 30th of .May. 1912, ir hereby can
celled.
R    A.   RE.NWICK,
Deputy  .Minister 11 Lands
Departmenl of Lands,
Victoria, B.C.,
October   I9th,  1914.       o2 !
ed four miles north of Dhe uw-lt-enut
corner of r.»t 94,37, thenae north 80
chains, thenoe east SO chains, Umues
south Si) ebains, Hit-nee wool I*
chains, to jm.nl of <■; ____en_iM__eat
containing iMu __»__i_ taiwu ei- less.
jaL'll    - PBTBBn.    PKJMB'G.
Bete located, Beoemhe:   3rd, 1914
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RUPERT MARINE IRONWORKS 'MM
SUPPLY CO., LIMIT1
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l-aVGI-.EI.US,   . i ' '     Im.!..    IM)     MAO
:'>
-WNTKAC-TOK.1
lists  in  Minim   Power Hants, Oil, .iloa-n «• Gnsolinc.
II.   ...  Con i   ...-.nt.   for Mir  Biitish   Krottil-.t-t      ..>.!■, iosel  (*il    I'hi-
t reliable i    '    ei       iinSftnl     n__fl     tli.-     dionpssi    \
.or for fishing bouts, ttii.   and  p.i '..ne.-'i   imsh
Si i..ii,,,I (ins Engine Company's Engines nnd Pante i»  stock.
t  ,     .
.-*_*!•
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Steel, Iron, Oils, Wire Uottj. I.ilitlu [i^Muy„ IS. ('. Wot.tl Uullays,
ColiKtilihin l<..ui/:e PwJ^i. i s, SfWiitje J.ttllt-i-ins, U^uaiiiti■; ami
M.-iiUh-    Aa-i iffiMttiB.
Ilt-I'iiits—JWrHt-tiJus. iM}ii-f)ittt-nl anil staff for mtu-liinc an", sliil)
rdpmbi.
P.O. BOX 5If.
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0 CHMKHUM. -tn. 4 0 0 4*4*4 *... 6 0044 ^t0****mmf400*0*#m>*0004440UO
being  taken   to  the   Okalla    Prison
Farm  near  New   Westminster.    The
prisoners were   John    Smilley,   who
i
has been senlenqed  to  nine   months
for theft;   William   Foster, sentence.I
to twenty-one months for the   same
crime; and Nick  Price, sentenced   to
eighteen months for wounding. They
leai e    by   the   Prim e   ■',..-,    this
morning for lhe si  il
iory fi it lis i Hi i.'iins, Poles
.imis .-..nl Un- .—-I.-, per cent, dis-
lOllllt  111   fj'coi _i-  ll. Tile's.
REGIMENTAL ORDERS.
* .  a
* (18th Reglmenl  Earl Grey'.   Own •
liilles.               ( *
ORDERS by Major .1.  II.  Me.- "
5   rvi ii 11 in, Comnianding, March 19, *
Parades    "A"   Company   will *
'   |i trade al the Exhibition Build- •
* Ing on Wednesday and    Fridaj,
'■"   .March   L'llli   and   L'llth,  al    7:45 •
■    p.m.
7; I j  p.m. *
* "li" Company will  parade al
* the     Exhibition     Building     on
* Mon'day  and   Thursday,    .larch *
* 22nd and 26th, al  7:46 p.m. *
W. S,  MARSHALL, Lieut. *
Acting  Adjutant.
JAMES GILMORE
SOc per month
AUCHITECT
Secoud Ave Near McBride St
HOTEL DIRECTORY
Memheis  of  the  Prince  Rupe..
Licensed Vintners' Association
WINDSOR    HOTEL
Cor. ol   First Ave. ami  Kigliili St,
W. II. Wright, Prop.
 »_	
HOTEL  CENTRAL
Firs.   Ave.   nntl Scvi nth St.
l-iimpc'iiii   -i'it!   Aint'ric.'in' i'l-'iiii
81.90 l<   $8.50 Vvr im-
Peter   Black,   p. ip,
Rofnl  Naval 0«Uoge af OnaMia.
'I lie next aiu_n_ina_M<-U for the entry of Naval fi_da.,_, will he lie-Itl at
■'lain:.lion centres of the Olvil
Service Commission in May, 191B
successful o-intliil!iti_K Joinin • the col
Joge '"i or aboul lal August. Appll-
ittons for entry will be rneoiv.,-! uu
to 16th April by the Seenrtaj-y, Civil
Service Commission, Ottawa, Brom
whom blank eniry forms can now he
obtained,
Candidates (or the examiaaUon in
M_iy next must he bstaveon the trgea
of fourteen and sixteen on Mie IsP
.lulr. l'flt'B.
Further details can be obtained mt
application to the und__r_ig_ied.
G,  .1.  -.1-SHA.RAlPS.
lepinty Minister of the Naval   Service
Department of the Naval Service,
Ottawa, .liuiniiry SIA,  1916
_u_.-ir.od j'otj-Jliatlon    of    this
tvneiii. wflt ip.rh> pni'd for.—
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Firs!     -vc.     Retnrcon    Klgli_.li    and
' VInl I'
European  Pi.-tn:   Kiltes   SO(   lo 91.0U
Per  Dnj
Besner   A-   Resuer,   Pi-tips.
EMPHESS  HOTEL
J. v. Rocliesti-i' V. Ii. C'nsiey
Third   Ave.   Between Sixth and
Seventh  Sts.
Europonn  Pine;   BO« to   S!   Per  f)aj
ROYAL HOTEL
Corley tV:  ilurgess, Prop.
Thi nl    \ vc.   nntl   Sixth   SI.
l-iirtipi'an I'ltin Steam flouted
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Second   Ave.   and   Sixth   S|.
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They are GUARANTEED for
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1 wear six month: without holes
X   or replaced   by new  pairs free.
Our Free Offer
g To every one sending us 60c
a to cover shipping charges, we
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K solnteiy  free.
g Tnree  pairs  of   cur   famous
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g HOSE with  written   guarautee,
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O Three  pairs  of   our   Ladies'
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