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PRINCE   RUPERT,  B.   C,  WEDNESDAY,   APRU
1915.
Pr»ae   B   (.tents.
ARMY SEEMS T
High-clas;
Job
Printing
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L
GOOD PROGRESS MADE BY ALL
Appreciable Progress Made
On The Western Front
By The French Forces
Paris. April tl.—Tlie day has been
marked by appreciable progress on
our part.
East of Verdun we occupied a village and the ridges which dominate
the course of the Orne. Further
soulh we advanced in the direction
of Miazeray.
In the woods of Ally and Brule
we maintained our gains and carried new trenches.
In the forest of Lcpetre additional
progress was made. It has been
learned from the prisoners that during the course of our recent attacks
In soul horn Woevre six German battalions were destroyed ill succession.
To Ihe southeast of Ihirtmann-Weil-
erkopf we carried a small peak
which has served as the headquarters
of the German colonel commanding
the brigade. We advanced beyond
this peak and have taken prisoners.
CANDIDATES NAMED
FOR THE CONTEST
ANOTHER ELECTION
FGK CITY COUNCIL
ALU.      Mt< LYMONT'S      RESIGNATION CALLS FOR AN  ALDER-
MANIC    ELECTION.
The  Nomination    Will    Ile   Held  on
Tuesday Next  With Election
Later.
At the Council meeting last, night
the resignation of Aid. McClymont
was accepted. This necessitates another election to fill tha vacancy so
caused.
, Aid. Maitland wanted the election
held as soon as possible, but on motion of Aid. Montgomery It was finally decided to postpone nomination
until Tuesday of next week with the
election   Hie   following  Friday.
AUDITING OF CITY
COST GOOD SUP!
TWO  MAYORALTY   CONTESTANTS
AND THREE    I'lill   OFFICE
OF ALDERMAN.
Election Day Is Sel For Friday Willi
Short  Time I'or the
Campaign.
Al   lhe  nominations  yesterday   for
FOR   1014  THE  COST  WAS   $2,100
—REFERRED TO  FINANCE
COMMITTEE.
For  the  Present   Year the   Sum   of
$1.(10(1 Is Oiler Made by
Auditors.
Political Pointers For
The Electors To
Ponder
T. D. Pattullo has returned from a political mission to tlie Queen
Charlotte Islands. He announces that he expects a good vote there. He
will get nothing the kind. The Queen Charlottes will vote a big majority in favor of the Conservative party. They will do so because
4hey do not believe in the honeyed promises of the Liberal party. The
Liberals in this election, as *n preceding ones, have been most lavish in
their promises. When the opportunity presented Itself to live up to the
promises they fell down and did so lamentably. That is the reason the
electorate of British Columbia wiped the Liberal party out as a political
force. Mow ihe Liberals, believing that the electors have forgotten the
past, are trying lo hoodwink them again. The people of British Columbia
will not be hoodwinked, however.
At the Council meeting last night
the candidal; s to ii'1 the offlce of|w. B. Hodges, representing the firm
mayor and of alderman necessitated |ti,n( audited, the city's accounts fas!
by the resignations of Mayor Newton|yeftr) ,,regented ., ,)U, wMl;;i showed|
und    Aid.     Morrissey    the    I'i.How in
were nominated yesterday:
For Mayor,
Thomas McClymont, nominated by
'Nathan  Scbienmnn,  William   McRai
Seville Martineau Newton, nominated by .lohn A. Kirkpatrick, W. H.
Fisher.
I'm   Alderman.
George Bernard Casey, nominated
by .1..!.n Nlcol, William 11. Monl
goniery.
thai tor l ■' I ■'. the cosl of the audi!
ins was. (11,647, with $678 for travel-|
ling and otlier expenses for two officials. This made a total of $2,325,
The offer was made that,the sum of
$2,100 should be paid for the audit.
»Ald'. Mail land said this seemed
quite a large sum of money, lie
.moved to refer the account to the
finance committee  for report.
An  offer from  the same lirm   for
Daniel   VV.    Morrissey,    nominated |$1,600   for   1915,   to  include  travel-1
by Wilfrid  Kelly, Eric Gustafson.       .'>''"  expenses,  was likewise referred;
John     Dybhavn,     nominated      by t° the finance committee.
.lain..; A   Smith, Alfred  Siork. In  connection   with   the audit  cost
The  electio     will   I      I   Id   on   Fri    I'-.r  1014, tlie sum nf $500.' tin   ■■   dl
day  "-   h E    V.  \ ooi      is retii nil i|     or  held,        .'i.i   be     i ,:   down    to \
officer.  At  the  Council   meeting   i   it some other - ■     use, as II  wi i ;,,,   <
,    i   Mr,   Woods was authorized  to rod In tonne tion  wl el of
, iks.
Martin Oi Supplementary Platforms
Joseph Martin, who came west, It niust be remembered, according
to his own statement, as the special envoy from Sir Wilfrid Laurier,
is by no means in accord with the MacKay platform. This platform,
which is now described as "Supplementary Rial form No. 1," was seized
upon by H. C. Brewster and his w'ing of the party with the greatest
haste for fear, apparently, that Dr. MacKay might repent of his al-
alliance.
Mr. Martin comes from Sir Wilfrid with the fullest evidence of his
apostolic lineage in a political way. He says of this supplementary platform:
"In addition to nominating heir candidates, the Vancouver
convention undertook to adopt and promulgate a new platform
for the Liberal party. We '.list enter our emphatic protest
against this course. We should imagine that it. would be difficult in any part of Canada to assemble together an audience
such as met last night of Libe als who would allow a proceeding of that kind to take place without any protest whatsoever. Supose, for instance, that the Liberals of Toronto at a
meeling for nominating dclc,;tes undertook to put forward a
new platform for the Liberal party of Ontario, would the delegates present open iheir mouths and swallow this withoul a
word? Suppose the Liberal of Montreal in convention assembled  undertook lo lay down  ■    platform   for  the  Liberal    ; arty
of Canada, can tin.. i belie' - thai no delegate then   would be
found to-asserl the well known Liberal principle thai then are
no bosses to be allowed In connection with Liberal organization?, i
"If one wanted proof of iliis rule 11 would be diffl. nil to ",■ I
a more definite one than the course taken al tr, i Liberal convention.  "
"It Mi. Brewster came to the conclusion, as apparently be
did, thai the platform (va3 lacking in some respects and required alteration, we submit that lie should long ago have called  another  pi   .in.inl  convention Jo consider this matter.
"The greates! care was taken In formulating I .- old Liberal platform. II came up al the convention l"'!.! al Revel-
stoke, and was very carefully gone Into, and full opportunity
afforded for the discussion of each plank. Tl - latforni ni iln
came  up  at  the  Victoria  convention nnd   was III        ed
al  length and altered 'ticiilars.
"The     latforni    « would   i    hei      nth.        - the
-: ■  ■ form 'i'
ii!'.    V nd   ido      ' Brewsti
'id. in     of hustle, and lii"lt of full
TO THE ELECTORS OF PRINCE RUPERT
I 'otmtniu.
Austrian Retreat Turned
Into Rout By Russian
Forces In Carpathians
Petrograd, April 6.— An official
statement says: "In the Carpathian!
our advance continues with success
on the whole front. In this forward
movement we made great headway
In the region of Rostok Pass we captured an impoi lam section of tiie
principal chain. Our advanced guard
crossed the southern slope and occupied the villages of Snlolnik and
Oroszrussika. Attempts on the pari
of the Austrians to arresl our offensive by counter-attacks, failed, they
being repulsed with heavy lossi -
We took twenty officers and 1,500
men. The retreating Austrians are
burning the bridges and provision
depots as they hastily retreat before
us."
Won  Great  Victory.
Geneva,    April    6.—The    Russians
have in-, ii successful In winning a
greal victory in the Carpathians. A
great battle had been raging during
iSaturday, Sunday and .Monday on a
front extending from Dukla Pass io
Experles in Hungary. The Germans
losi on Sunday alone fully 15,000
men.
, The crisis in the engagemenl for
lhe •Ccrinans took place when the
new Bavarian troops broke under
the fierce artillery fire of the Russians, -and this break caused Ihe retirement of the entire Austrian
forces. Herman reinforcements arc
being rushed to ilie rescue bin the
Russians have already completed
their victory and the Russian advance into Hungary continues.
Vienna admits the defeat of the
Austro-German army and says that
their entire force is in full retreat.
CAPTAIN NkHOLSON DEALS
FISHING INDUSTRY
Head Of The G. T. P. Steamships
Shows How The New Order In
Council Affects This Port And
Benefits  The   Fish   Trade
"Tli'c slalom, i.i made by a Si
newspai er to the eft -• ,-t that I he i. .
of the :'.:•!',:   n   i can    be
traced   behind    Ihe    Ord     ;>  Com
of the Ott:  vs nment   Is   -  -
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r ict     i he   ord  r    -   is    madi     purely
and  simply   as   the   resull   of  r    re
tion the Rupen
Bi      !  of Trade and       .  f'rii
Ashing   i .'I isl  i.'
Tl t   nl entlon   of   Caj tain    C.    It.
Ni    ol on I    of    the    G.    T.    P.
nshi]     operatini     o ce   Ru-
erl  ■ nd ol her   101 ther al .'
been called  li ■    h     .'ai   ouvei   Nev
Ad -ri Isei atem. '     In
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i he new Ordoi -ln-Council and tin
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evel ipmenl   as  i he  future
,   of the  Pacific    Ci : llbut
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Interest ,       Ind istry
in    Se ittle II      poll ted
conditio!
brougl ■   iboul   '     the i imp] il Ion of
the   Grand   Trim! but    lt  is
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await   ytni' with pleasure. 8
Yours truly,
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Product No.
Contains abont '.'H lbs.
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SPLENDID   FOR   I'iA'MIUCRS
Tin-   .ale oi Product No. 1)9 is strictly
he    high-class    supply
-      mufacture  is
thereto!       o     oti -.1   by   Dept.    or
store" influence   that
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Sailings for Vancouver
Victoria and Seattle
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s.s. Prince John al 7 p.m. on Sunday, April  11, -,'."i   etc.
•or Mtis.-ell antl Porl Clements S.s, Prince John 10 p.m.   Saturday,
April  :>.   17,  etc.
inoi- Skiilee,utc, Itockeport, etc., 8.8.  Prince John   II   p.m;   Sunday,
April   l.   I.' v
li'or Steitarl and  Nuns River S.S. Prince .It.lm o   a.in.   Wednesday,
April   '.'.  21,  . ..■
l*or Anyox   (Granbj   Bay)   ::r:. Prince George midnight everj  \\Vtl-
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Winnipeg, etc., at 10 - m
necting  with  trains enst.
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&*r iiMei'Viitlons,  tl travel  to
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few
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Coal, Cement, Plaster and Brick
AMD A COMPLETE LINE OF BtlLDERS" SUPPLIES
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they would run their own candidates creasei wui]e ,-,„,,- qualities v-ere in
ami  turn  away   from   the   blandl li     ,„,.   aetUand al   25  per cent, lower.
'■:'-' ! '"    th. ..-,,..     ,,       .    thi     oil   ■ ; -'.   was
"Sun      t in   eondem ■   , rawni    cross  fox  were   In  fair
That   | i.       id  at  30 pei
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Journal, Ins were   offered   ai
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Tkmpson Hardware Co., limited
Rifles and Shot Gens
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Canadian Pacific Railway
PRINCESS MAY
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PRINCESS MAQUINNA,
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CANADIAN'S NOT IN
NEED OF  CIiOTHIXG
Sir George    Perley    Interviewed   on
Comforts for Men at
Front.
Sir  Geori - ,    asked    about,
.tlie  need  fo:   the    Canadian
supplying Un.'  troops  from 'the   Dominion   with   further   comfo -
ih.. i,oo:    were     rtainl;
ped.   'i died wi' h
'■' thing ,   Dominion   Govern
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fron'.   Including I
well   mpplied.
clothing,  ci' lier ..   nea or,.
in v. « I'i; h  can  :.•• i -    .nini
i'i" islon   by   pr!
ii      .,' added  thai   no
socl.s    and    - dored
will be always useful, v.v
to  try   to  supply  such   thing's  :::■■    \„-
bacco,    candies,    gam.        nd
i-i.- .-   Incidentally,  playing card
forbidden ;.i the front.
The necessity for woollen goods
for (lie Queen's needle ivorll guild
in. longer exists b i there Is i'ii increased    demand    for   comforts     lor
wounded                  In ; .      ■  -      The    ' ;      •'< —      '       ;'n    fee     I       It!      -. I.
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last seven •
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passen: ei •        German       ids.   It is intended
1 I'm 11! , ■ . ■' iriti        inanu f
senger    - - tl - when tht
ed   Stat. ■'.    commen     1   11 ■       pture tin     noi y' i 11 ide.   '.
:,..  :-.-   from   Philadelphia,    thn u  . •■ in :■'■ i ible  i i tion of the    si ;' '
the I'i.ii,ii-'   Canal ti   San   (francisco taken up with German pood!, sold in
:     lay. T  e boal  will tn        '■   ■■ :■ Canada,  the  actual   samples   ha
Astoria  and   Han  Francisco.
been secured In  the Dominion alom
iiilt-
ORD! RS 1 'I.  II.   Mc
Mullin, Commanding, March   19,
Parades "A"   Company   will
parad i at tl     :       bition   Building on  Wednesday,   March    SI.
and   Friday.   April   2,   al    7:45
p.m.
al   7:4"i  p.m.
"11"  Company  will  parade  at
tbe     Exhibition     Building      on
Monday, March  29, and   Thursday, April  ;   at 7:45 p.m.
VV.  :■ :   '' ' LL, Lieut.
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thence wesi
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thence  east  80  . hains,   to    , oinl   of
commencement, conti Ining 6 I 0 acn
more er  lei
In-!' PETER    PIO.MBO.
D ite loi        .    th Deci      ier, 1914.
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Que*n  Chariot   i Cil      Declination
Farmer, Intend  to ai   I;
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Electric Treatments, Htc.
Mrs.   N.   I .  Hundasjde, Prop.
211 Third  St PRINCE  Rl PERI
P.O. Bos 171'a Telephone 44S
RITCHIE,   AGNEWi  &   CO.
Civil Engineers and Surveyors
Prince  Rupert,  H.c.
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' Wednes li y, April 7, 1915.
PRINCE     RUPERT    JOURNAL
GRANITE
GRA.N'ITE  of  be I.  quality and thoroughly tested  for sale
Cut Stone or Crushed Rock in
Quantities
NEIL .1. McLEOD   I'l,one Green 317
ocEA'* mi co.
fresh  Pish Arriving Every  Day
Outsid ■ ord is promptly attended to
PHONE III.IE 259
PKONE 554
P.O. BOX 60
FOR
APERHANGING
AINTING
OLISH1NG AND
WALL TINTING
HIGH-GRADE    INTERIOR
DECORATING    A    SPECIALTY
Martin Swanson
SECOND AVE 'EAR McSRIDl
.•■', ililai.:  ' ":    \   .   a a'HER
REPORT.
Puralstiod   by   I'.   W.    Bowling.
For 24  hours ending 5  p.m.
April  i*..
Bar.  reduced  lo sea  level. ... 29.079
temperature    ,.. 49.0
I.invest  temperature    42.0
Ruin     59
 o	
Road to Odd Storage.
Tlie road to the Cold Storage rroni
Eighth Avenue- seems closer al hand.
A iH'tllion from T. II. Johnson and
ninety-eight others was handed in
to the Council last evening. This
was referred io the finance committee for report.
 o	
Police ii> Collect.
In future the police departmenl
will look after tjie colic.-ling of the
road tax and dog tuxes. This decision   was    reached    by    the    licence
CAPTAIN  NICHOLSON DEALS
WITH   FISHING   IMIlSTllt
(Continued  from  Page  One.)
fact that the situation of Prince Rupert lias an immense advantage: for
the purposes of tlie fish business
over that -of Seattle.
"The rates will be loner and the
fishermen will get higher prices for
their fish because it will be In better
condition upon its arrival in the eastern markets. Instead of taking several days in order to reach Seattle—
ii means a thousand miles or moro
—the catch may be brought to
Prince Rupert antl shipped east, arriving in Chicago, St. Paul, Cleveland, Buffalo and Rochester before a
CAP  NICHOLSON   	
cargo shipped to Seattle would even
have got out of that port. 1 think I
put the ease most effectively some
time ago when  I was   talking   upon
NOTICE ie hereby given that on
tho 23rd day of March next aeplica
lira wiM be made lo the Su-perii.
toaiomt of '"rovinoial Pdlioe and to
tllie Board of License OomjniBSlon-
em flw Dlie «■«■ of Prince ia«m«i for
permieston to remove tlie Itaeose for
the ia4a}- of liquor by wholesale from
,   'Northwest T4nfltorfes and a portion)! the ptmniises known as Late IE and
DC      .af     It.       daa...l .     Va...;.._a.       a, _ ■> ^ .~\
they get entangled in our propeller
and we  have   had   to   send   divers
down to cut them out.
"Well,     Captain     McKenzie     ton- l8*rWWS18      OP      OSAL       MINING,
ceived the idea that huge tiuantities '■ I.BfillLATlONaS.
of iisbing nets might be utilized, sub-1 '.
. a, a.    i j      G*al "Kt""Ia« •'IiS'ys of the   Domin-
merged, at the mouths of rivers and|)h- _ WSgm*. a.skate.be*an   n'f*
harbors and in fairways all over tl!o'ANa"*rta.  tne   y"nRon    Territory.
Fnglish  Channel.  Sinkers  could
tk«d
ll'tion'l
of the  ProvlMe Oi UriWsb Columbia,1
rm y«a»s at an annual   rental of1
B(t affiN.  Mot  more   than   a.BSOl,,        _ , ,    ,
Btr«B will he ltoaad to oae applicant. R"*B*'   to  the  lam,s   ^^ibeA
atjuHJaWttolaS  Dor  a  leas* must lie'
SE   *«.»*! a>HP.U?nt /" ?6Tn,t" °n IM Avenue in  the said City of
tHw aAgeat or Sub-Agent of the dis
used to submerge them and a. sub- 1$B**l ho Rp.sod f/ir a term of toen-i
marine once entangled would be
bound to come to the surface in
order that her crew might cut away
I bo entanglements. He elaborated
this idea somewhat and just as be
mapped it out, I forwarded it to Mr.
Churchill. Whether the present successful wire and steel netting devices are a development of the idea
or not I cannot say, but it is quite
possible that they are."
It. (I. CANNERS MEETING
16,  Btock
Section   1, situate   .A
Fraser  Straet  in  the  Oity  of Prince
as
Lota IA) aud #0, Block 28, Section 1,
tofot tD which the riglifs appffed for
aae attaatsu.
Ia *iir\annd territory the land
»ust k« dawrlbod by sections, or
legal BVbttJviBloos of sections, audi
la noHurveyed territory the tract up-"
onsA taf shall he staked out by the
uei-pUoaot  lilmfloM.
Beak asplicastian must lie accom
aajiuad hy a (M at $B, whiah will ba,
»luni*sd 8 U»a Halite apjiliad fort
H»e Bet available, bui nq£ other-
•wfee. A runt? shall be iwid on tha
WILL BE HELD THIS WEEKIBJWchantalrt ouf.mit of tm> mlhe at
|t%e rat« ef Rve cenis per ton.
Ithis subject,"  added Captah. Nichol-I   n    („,vmii/,ltj(lil xvll]  H„l,l Gather-Lj2*JR""M,"P?,t-nB   -,^e   miHe
son. "I pointed out that if a man in 22J^KJ£m    ***,        h   TH
committee    and   the   police    depart- L of Shareholders in I"**-    MMWiUDf    tor    the    full
00400000000000000000004000 I
Buffets,   Worn   Hot—,  Siju-ix^vs.
gltl'CHSeS,     "i'.-t1-    '»,     JiaVafha       iUfi     l-'attU'.,
0        'i'.atit.,.  BavfalH Prta-tis.   fieta-i'me ll
Y'Ticr, Hie  ilrtitaat-   ItHraieker.
Advertise iii Tbe Journal.
Notice is hereby given that on tbe
CANADIAN STEAM
LAUNDRY
NOW  OPEN  FOR  BUSINESS
<|L:itesi aud Approved Methods
tfOnly  Skilled    Operators  I'm-
ployed
Phone us and we "ill call for a
nil.I  bundle
Note   our   address:
315   SIXTH   AVENUE   WEST
Phone No. 8
aa   "Una.     a 1 «a      a^ .       [jjjggjo,)
Canadian Steam  Laundry   g wholesale liquor  business now  car
ried on by the undersigned company
from  its  present  premises,   namely,
Lots 10 and  17, Block 11, Section 1
C A fit       • i-       'MfcGlfifi £ si t-'ii" to  on   Second  Avenue,    City    o
* % Prince   Rupert,   to premises   situat*
on  Lots 15 and  16, Blocli  32,   aac
tlon 1, on Fraser Street, in the City i
nf Prince Itupert.
Dated this 27th of February, A.D
1915.
Beaver  Wholesale   Liquor   Compan.
of   Prince   Rupert,  Ltd.
2Smar28 C. A. SWEET,  Mg'r
east had t wo shipm nts made : -;
him, both leaving the fishing grounds
.;;i the same day, he would be dining
Mat- oft* the fish  shipped  through   Prince
-Ruperl on the same day thai the fish
shipped   through   Seattle  was   being
I »    I
loaded   on   the    trains    for    convey-1
ance to lhe eact."
Captain Nicholson emphatically
disagreed wiih Mr. Hager in the Litter's  stateiiu'iit   that the new  Ordev-
if Shareholders in
Montreal.
in-f'ouiicil   made    very   little    differ-
The annual meeting ofo the shareholders  of    British    Columbia   Canners,   Limited,   lias   been   called    for
Wednesday,  April    7,   at    the   com-;
pany's office in the C.  P.   R.   Tele-|
graph Building, Montreal.
In view of tbe action of the man
agement a year ago In refusing tt
submit   any   stalement   of   tlie    posi
£rst   day   of   April   next    application
will  be  made  to  the  superintendent
of     Provincial     Police   and    to    tli»
g  Board  of License Commissioners foi
31 the  City   of   Prince  Rupert for per .. . ,
B I ing.  There  has  never  been  such
to   change   tho  site   of    the
once lo the New England Fish Com-]tion of tbe company to the share-
pany and the other big companies, 1 holders they do not know what lo
bul il makes all the difference in the|exPec' at lhe forthcoming meeting,
world to the small man who is fish
tff.«iiaUH3' of merchantable coal mined
*_i pay tlie royalty thereon. If the
eirHl mining rights are not being op-
otattatii, such returns should be fur
nls'idd  at least mice a year.
The lease will Include the coal
milling lighls only: but the lessee
may k« permitted to purchase what-
aver available surface rights rhay be
•nasldered necessary fo.' the work-
tav »f thc- mine at the rate of $10
.per acre.
For full information application
| should be made to the Secretary of
tee Department of the Interior, Ot
tawa, or to any Agent, or Sub-
Agent of Dominion  Lands.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy .Minister of the Interior
Prince Rupert.
r*A<"ll"0  this   20th  day  of   Febru
air,  !•!«-..
PR/INOK   RUPERT  IMPORTING CO.
LIMITBD.
W.  II. Marshall, manager
f-lmai'22 .\iiplicant.
OK
coo'..:
..-O-rKtCHlJ CnJ0O&lKl-tir>Cj-
OTtKWt>tWPtKtaKi-ao-a>aoi?lKH»»ia»«
J. McGee 1
M.M.S.A.
Mnsters
and  Mates prepare!
for  examli
intion.    Compass  ad
juster.
Phone Red 502
'NAUTICAL   ACADE-MY'
Helgerson  Block, opposite
Royal   Itolel
u-shkhi a CKKHXH5 fi *a tt a-o-o-afivW atttt-a
ua-a a 4>n a d-o niKKitttt o o o oo a o o
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
For
att^?tt-att-att«-B^3tt^a•tta■att^3tt^3^3^»tt*
o 8
B. C. Undertakers 1
Directors   nnd
—■ Satisfaction   Gnar
0
Em- S
c
REASONAHLE    HATES
THE
Continental Trust
Company
. .1
Till
baliiiers •■
tintcetl — Open Day und  "fight ;
l 17 Second Street      Phone 4 I   ,
S
:' .',:.u'lt.n    -    -    Manuger .'
■ ■ '-.a-!?tt-atttt«tttt<stt-tttt-tt-»tttti I
..'-   ICE,
The Canadian  Patriotic  Fund.
Will   those   iiho    need    assistance
li - '   : und, . e Idenl  lu I In
wide-open privilege given to the man
who owns a boat—tho small man.
The old Order-in-Council permitted
a fisherman to bring his catch and
ship il in bond tnrough Canada to
the railed Slates—tlie whole thing
must be shipped in bond. Supposing
ia catch of 30,000 was brought in
the whole bad to be shipped In bond,
whether to a 01151011101* or not, or
whether it consisted of 10,000 halibut, 10,000 sole, and 10.000 cod. di toouis !'...- cmli
Under the new arrangement a  man
1 nines In with  D  mixed catch  of fish  Rkeena  Land   aKR-tirirt
and  sells  to  ;i   local  dealer and   tbe I ("Hie«ir PfeaW-letrte Wands
fisherman lias the money for his
catcb and does nol have to wait—
which makes all the difference."
In view of the fact that the canning business (luring the past year
has not been all joy and profits by
any means, it is hardly expected the
board will be any more communicative than in the past. .The chief reason for this is stated to be a desire
not to disclose its position to its
competitors in tlie same line of business.
Royal  Naval OoBege of Canada.
March    Furniture   Siile   at  George
1).  Tite's,  all
_W ot Naval «a**ki, w*l hn keM at
She exata'taal.'itil 4M
■arvtee Ctemmlaattw fn V~t. IBM
arrcResuful eandtdaHwa joining Hie nol
irw> on or about lsfl Aoensl. Apirll-
caffoils tor wetry will be rattalrsft
to 1.5th April by the 'Sotai*»ry
iepwrtmnnu< UecoKd '**r»ioe Commisglon, Ottawa, ftom
fwhom ftlank entry ftrms can now da
obtaaitad.
I'lij-tilidiilca  for the exiimliiatlon in
J(t.V  ne«t miMt be ba twee n the seg_£
District oli'-rt iatwieaa tad  iftr&eo  on   tlie  fit
11*1 f. ma''.
Pwtlwr datails tuin be obUin«d en
TAKKI   f-OTIOB   tfcnt   Andrew    W !ar,|.fica-tlten M ttla imdalMipttlt.
MatcTatvan.   ot  Mia  Rupert.    T*.  C. _„_..,_,,
intends lo up I °- J-  UHSSFlAftAaffi,
The  aext examiiMitioD   for  tfce  on-
bata,   w*l  bo keM at
ex-fUBniai.l*  4MIMSS  nl   tfti tHivil
atviir.**ion   Oara««i»r.
fly tnr rn?rnilS(<oii   Ho   prospect    for I .is^inty .MiBi«t«i n< M«ji IVav.-vl   Service
ik>«J  rii*  v*itrM<—wt avar the follow-j»&i»»i-tti!ic.nt of tbe N'avnl Service,
('. SKIPPER
RISE
: ■ GGESTS
ADMIRALT1
city
or
"    i:
'
The Morning Jonrnai
SOc. per month
:,,,    pilose    bread
.,:"  ivtati   ib-e
11   lier  AHies,
een  -i.-v    .if   tin-
Ine: d»»ori*»»i.    lanaia   on   the   West
CitiaWt  of  Cr.-D\\o.~  Inland:   Commenc '
tag it Q. posi i-ajn-nrtja" one ralle nortli i     9t
^nfl v~f, mllm wW* of the north-east «d>
coriaar ot Lol  .Wfifi. Illienc* norlh  so  7IS
.   ,   of the Prince Rn-iehains, *•»««• .ml sn cbain?. tbence| ..
B^'ith   S-fl    rimins.    thence    west    R0'
•"   ' ' ' chaias,   feo   point   of  conmencemant
Admiralty. ;cnnf*!irtnc «<» acres more or lese.
.'WRBrW W.  MaoLEAN.
1 g A|i»Bt„   Perer  Piombo
rin/e ia»os.tpd. 23rd December, 191-1.
Otfcwfc.  .I'muaai.,   1U>,   ■■Ml
this
j_m JHji
aWafi   mil   T!
aijji    af
E paid It
irSf£'^
NOTICE   OF   OANCKMaATKIN
RESERVE,
NOTICE LS U1ERBBY UIVEN that
the Reserve existing on Detention
Island by reason of n Notice published in the British Columbia Gaaette on
the 30th cf May, 11112, is hereby can
celled.
R.   A.   RENWICK,
Deputy Minister ir Lands
Department of Lands,
Victoria, B.C.,
October  19th,  1914.       o2 1
Free
aril ny
"Dl,l,a*«M.
P.O.   B«K   7.11
ii .       cannol    be d   Initi Ij
: ■   " '        pre'  11!   tho    I; ere is
t ci -        between a si ggi      Sheens   Laud
tlon   ' iade  b    1 la "i'i    Kincaii    Mc
Kenzie,  ■ tin        T
!'.  steamer    Prinee
British  Admiralty, an I tin   ■■; itho
of .'ii.!'    hing    thai
rig ht term    G   •m in 1   I is jtinl 1
' :l        '   ■      the    Britisl     '.(Imlraltj
-  would appear (
of
W*ftt*44440Or.\OOOOOO040O:>0O<:.
I     RU^E^T ■■
0
:.
to
«l.a**tWWHtHMKj   ...
0
District—nistriet
Queen   ("'nu'lottc-   Islands.
TAKT" NOTICB that Teter l'i,,u'.bo,
of  Prince  1t!iPat»'t.   **-(-..   occmatron
[■prospector, intends to apply for pei*
mission  tri  itoepedt for    ar.l  :,n'd pe-
iroi(-'>ni ovor th.! followinp: desarinet"
to be 11     l-.r'ds on  the WeRt Coast of (Truham
I?l«T.d:  Cr.mmiCTicinpi at a post pluut-
■ ;:   flv«   niil>»   r-nst  of  tlle  nortb-nawl
corner .Tf Lot 2*35, thenoe nortli !♦
timlnii. Ihenae easl ?9 chains. tii(mc»
pout'r.   ;Q    ajiains,    tbence    west    *fl
nnection. If It prov ' icVainn    tc   rfotat  of   commeiiceiimiit,,
contaiatag (rto mres more or lens
ja?9 PTrTETR   Pl»MW!i,
'mi.- loaatml, H4c6ut"ipt  Wh,  1t».'.
.MORE
Second »>Avfl
ARCHITECT
■S'ear McRrlde St
mm, DIRECTORY
lath i '' . sin I' •' cl ';.
!>,h Cilnmhl :- id
the  I 'a--    irigiii
■
'
,  irwi!   Lustl   niirt.rK-.t Utotrtai   n*
Qu».aW   <"barlotte   Islsn-'s.
'^\¥T.    iiiTin"*  tbat  Andrew   ff
I.* .-.- .1-aon Rupert, B.C(, ai
■ut-j'-i-.i   v,»Mi»r. Intends to
a. >"  aroepi ci  for   ion
ud ■ ■- .<*i tk« f M"' ' 11   '
■'. s-lai 00 tha  '-
-.'i,il      Coi si   a
;.JV;   _,-'   -,.*!,   two  mil-
■' ti <„i .-..,..,'■.   if Lot
iiaji-tit      ■ Ine     thenca   • asl    S 01
101    h
; bt.i -■
11   - '.,:•
«ara  *, *
ANDRBVT   ff
r: • Iganl
Date ii- -, i«»   v.
"afavmaEHdfl   tt1, (hi.   Prince   Rupeit
Urmtaaed ViBawci"'' Association
W1f»"*»*«air     HOTEL
•ar.  ot  rvm jIt,..  »,„!   BMght.1 SI,
W. ■.  V""i-«i*b<.   Prop.
fit WW.  (JBB«PRA1,
Fissi  Ave.  atvat  Heventli  St.
Uraroiiaan   «.'*d   American   I'lana
9*M tn VC-Su Per  .
P«-t«.<-  Mac)     "
IWWtaM.'  BOTW    '
'.-'-; :,i|,     imi
INI
•Tucopettn  Pll
I '      '-,!
"' .
*Wl»ttt>lW^IKW-lWHKH>oai«>13
ULAlaalaMllallal.
.alltOl'lCflfl     Silk
HOiHHIX
WE   WANT   VOIT   T»   KNOW
THESE   HOSE
They stood the test when all
others failed. They give real
foot comfort. They have no
seams to rip. They never become loose and bagm. as the
sjtflpe Is lenit In, not {Tressed ln
Tftiy are GUARANT'sSb for
fineness, tor style, for suaaftiMor-
lttr of material and wortsnan-
shlp, absolutely stalnl is,aad to
we*Sr six months without holes
or replaced by new pairs free.
t .
Our Free Offcr
To every oue sending 11s 50c
to cover shipping chivrgeB, we
will send, subject to duty, absolutely   free:
Tnreo  pairs  of   our   famous
men's    A M E R I C A TI    SILK
HOSE with  written   guarantee,
any  color, or
g       Three  pairs  of   our   Ladies' 2
$   Hose,  in   .alack, Tan  or  White 5
0  colors,  with  written guarantee. §
5       DON'T     DELAY—Offer    ex- a
2 pires when  dealer in your   lo- g
it efiliiy  is   selected.   Hive   color 5
fi and   si?e  desired. 5
0 „
O   die  International   Hosiery  Co.  a
21   llitluei   Street
S   Dayton. Ohio - r y .j    S
a  5
"iKiMtiotaCt. voaootK.^-... oaco
ti i.in004040a<«:0000oaaaia 0
THE MOST COMFORTABLE
Akibv
lillU      "i^al
IN THE CITY
.-. all calls day nnd night
Phone 99
Stand:    Hotel    Prince    lliipei-'
&
Kiooaooooooooonooooooooooav
New Wellington
-
Steel, Iron,
iliiinbliin   i-i',-,.-   Proptallt-.fl Hat tori.   , Dynamos and
Ine Accessories. |
:.- ,-   , —-I'iisi-c!    -.   . |ul| menl   - -.                                          |   1 ■ ■    3
-
P.O. BOX G1S 13
Qfta4400a0Qoai><H*a40aoQ0\.i-..:. an     .     •'. >. ■'-.,..:.004440^
■
1 Victor!
' ''    '     ' 11 i plant
"As a  matter 1 " ''■>■
1   La
'  Island*.
■'IC*. ter Ploinbi
B.C ■
nl      .    to   ipi       1'
1
or 00a   .'.!..-
leserlb
nds on Wi      Ci is!  of Gi: h:
.      0]
.7.    i
'■■"!-. I
livci , -     ena Rl
.  .':'!   - ■■'■        ■:   -   "-. '.. nd 80
ns,  1 it  80    ol   ins,    ' '
poinl     f ,   ,'       an!     containing
'"'
jet; ,-!.:,-.'.
•ate located, Becaial,'r 84*,  i '1 i;4
■i-
it.  .'
Seven
■■'I'ii- :, '    '
. lie        milo Hi useliold -
'ogers &'Alb@i:t
,  ■
■ 1
•    I vi 1   SI.
Europ.
BKAVmt      WtldLI'.'S VliE      !,!(,»! I
.'      '    ..       '
Second   11, .  ...■•:.  Sixth  St.
Phone   11*2
.  "i     '• liSWMJfG i'i-
Li'iM' ■".-:!>
l'ii.,1'1   md Slxlh Sts
i'ii.-.-.
.
-Tho !.'',
ofEIoi
VoChuiei
' TiieJiilin(.iMi.   1  Im
'    '   -:-..-■   aj
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