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PRINCE   RUPERT,   B.   C,   THURSDAY,  MARCH  18,  191.
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NO.  109.
BOTH LINES ALLIES ARE VICTORIOUS
LOSSES IN DARDANELLES VERY LIGHT
ANOTHER BRITISH STEAMER TORPEDOED BY GERMANS
BRITISH CASUALTIES FROM EIGHT TO NINE THOUSAND
Russians Making Headway
In The Campaign Wagtd
Against  The Turks
Petrograd, March 17.—Official information received from the Caucasus says our troops on the coast cap-
tared a village, which has been occupied. It is in the district which is
the source of the River Archawa.
In the direction of Ardanoutch
and Oltl the Turks have been vigorously repulsed.
(Irani lo Hospital.
At a meeting of the City Council
held yesterday afternoon a vote of
$4,000 was made to the hospital In
accordance with an agreement reached between the finance committees
of each body. This money will be
available by June.
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Charged   With   House-breaking.
Earmine Ponbombi is being tried
for breaking into the premises of
Louis Trommer on Sixth Avenue and
stealing boots. It is alleged that Pon-
btimbl is the culprit' but he denies
the charge.
PASSENGERS TO C1TV BY
STEAMER PRINCE GEORGE
The G. T. P. Vessel Brougl't a Number of Passengers to Prince
Rupert.
11 II. Fletcher, post office inspector, is In lhe city. He arrived by the
Prince George.
W. G. Me.Morris of the Fort
Oeorge Tribune was a passenger to
the interior yesterday.
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March House I'mnlehlng Bargains—Sale Pri re on Print Llnolo-
■ma. 45 cents. at George  I). Tlte'e.
•ave Dollars at George 1). Tite's
Fariiltui .i  Sole—everything  reduced.
There were a number of passengers by the G. T. P. steamer Prince
George yesterday. Travel is, In fact,
increasing on the coast run. Among
those who arrived by yesterday's vessel were:
W. VV. Campbell, E. Thorson, Mr.
Brown, wife and daughter; Mr.
Lucas, L. W. Lovelace, C. Swanson
J. Summers, Mr. Johnson, E. Hough,
J. Drury, G. Rex, 0. Otterson, G
W. Otterson, S. S. Mar'tel, S. E. An
derson and wife; J. A. Lange, David
Beatty, S. Brown, A. J. Cooper, E
H. Fletcher, C. L. Cullin and wife;
Miss Grey, A. L. Oldershaw, J. II.
Murphy, VV. ,1. Findlan and wife.
F. C. McKinnon, VV. E. Hodges.
Peter Talbot, Mrs. Groves and family, ,1. Diamond, A. VV. Pride, G. 11.
Moore and wife, M. R. McArthnr,
R. \V. Sargent, J. Dodson, Mrs.
Evans, A. G. Pearce, H. Taylor, J.
L. Bamford, Mr. Berry, Miss Deacon, J. A. Cox, D. J. Ross, Miss
Wolfe, John Miller and wife, Win.
Wallace, W. G. Gillette, R. McDou-
gall, VV. G. McMorrls, VV. J. McAl-
Ian, R. A. Loring, E. Smith, A. A
Houde, and J. Crispo.
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London, March 17.—Sofia despatches state that a panic, is obtain
ing at Constantinople. Refugees
state that il has been decided to
move the seat of the Turkish capital to Eski Shehr, Asia Minor,
Allies Holding Trenches
Captured At Notre Dame
And Making Progress
Paris, March 17.—An official report says to the north of Arras despite a third counter-attack we
maintained ourselves in the trenches
we  had  captured  on  the height   of
Notre Dame.
In Champagne our successes have
been brilliantly maintained.
In the region of Perthes we continued to make progress.
ACKNOWLEDGMENT   MADE
OF THE CONTKIBITION
IRISH CONCERT
A IECIDEB TREAT
THE  ST. PATRICK'S  DAY ENTER.
TAINMENT   LAST   NIGHT
WAS ENJOYED.
Principal   Brady   Delivered   a   Short
aVddress at the   Opening of
Annual   Event.
EXPERIMENTS IN
PROPELLING POWER
SCIENTIFIC   RECORDS AS TO MOTIVE  POWER FOR
SHIPS.
Turbines Are Favored by Those Who
Are in Position to
Know.
British Naval Losses In
Forcing Dardanelles
Have Been Vary Small
St. John Ambulance Association Expresses Thanks to Local
Hinnch.
The following letter has been received by the local branch of the St.
John  Ambulance Association:
Vancouver, B.C., March, 1915
Mr. E. V. Ling,
Hon. Sec. St. John Ambulance As
soclatlon, Prince Rupert, B.C.:
Dear Sir,—We beg to acknowledge receipt from your centre of One
Hundred   and     Forty-three    Dollars
London, March 17.—The casualty
list for the engagement bf the British navy at the Dardanelles has been
issued by the admiralty.
It shows that H.M.S. Amethyst,
which has made its way through the
Narrows, lost 32 killed with 10 se-
vere'y wounded, and 18 slightly
wounded. The battleship Ocean had
two killed, while the battleship
Prince  neorge  had  two   wounded.
British Casualties To Date
Loudon, March 17.—The British casualty list, Including the recent battles, shows 112 officers killed and J 93 wounded. The loss
of mon amounts lo roughly  8,000 or 11,000  killed and  wounded.
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Bank's Charges Prove Higher
As a result of a message _nl to the headquarters of the Bank
of Montreal it. lias been ascertained that the intention of the bank
in renewing the treasury certificates is to make a charge of 2 per
rent, per annum. The letter presented lo the Coifncll last Monday
nighl from the bank in connection with the transaction specified
Ihat the certificates would hear (1 per cent, interest and be subject
lo an additional charge of 2 per cent, per annum. The mayor explained that he was satisfied this charge was Intended to be made
only on the renewal and was not an annual charge. Communication with the hank has resulted In the discovery that the bank Intends il to he a charge annually In connection with the issue. The
infoiiniilion was given at a meeling of the Council yesterday afternoon. Disapproval of thlB was expressed by some members of the
Council as it made the certlflsates carry S per cent, a year iu
reality,
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At the St. Patrick's Day Concert
given in the VVestholme Theatre last
eveniug Principal Brady of the High
School delivered a. short address
touching on the day that was being
honored, lie said he felt that he
voiced the sentiment of every Irishman in Canada in paying respect to
the great man who had fought so
long and so hard for the recognition
of Home Rule in Ireland.
The Irish nal ion, true to its traditions, showed they were willing to
forget the great struggle they had
had for years and had taken up arms
and aided ln the defense of the Empire. The dawn of a greater future
was appearing. The strife of the past
would be forgotten. In the ages to
come one and all would be united.
Ireland would, as now. forget the
past and give af her best blood to
defend the Empire against the common foe. An Irish night was one that
suggested joy, song, and mirth. But
there    were    clouds.    Tonight    they
Propelling power has been one of
the all-absorbing topics of shipbuilders for more than ten years,
and during the year 1914 many experiments were attempted and much
progress made. The propelling power
in merchant ships which were built
during the past, year underwent a
considerable change from the old
style, as it was a notable feature
that there is an increasing demand
for geared turbines. Two of the largest ships built are fitted with this
system, the Anchor liners Transylvania and Tuscania, It is interesting
in this connection to note that there
is being built a third ship, to be
named the Aurania, for the same
line, and in this case the Wallsend
company are fitting machinery of the
geared-turbine type, but to utilize
super-heated instead of saturated
steam.
There are at present over twenty
vessels being fitted with geared turbines, including practically every
type  of  ship   from  tho  cargo-sarrler
Left for Omineca.
Alex. Manson, who is the choice
of the Liberal machine In Prince Rupert as a candidate for Omineca, left
and  F!'..« Cents  (U43.5.)  to be a;- ;JMte,.(,ily , ,  ..slt ,he dlstri,t ..,„.„<,,,
to him to contest.
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VV. Gillette came in  on the  Prince
George  by  yesterday's  train.
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plied   to   the St.   John    Ambulance
Brigade Hospital.
The executive committee of the
B. C. Council desires to express to
you and all the friends of the Association at Prince Rupert their
heartiest thanks for so liberally Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cullin arrived
supporting this good cause. I by    the    Prince    George     yesterday.
Yours faithfully, They are moving Into apartments in
(Signed)  F. C. MrTAVIPll.     'the  Merryfleld  Block.   Mr.  Cullin  is
Hon.   Sec.   B.   C.   Council    St.   John! receiving   ilie  congratulations  of  his
Ambulance Association. many friends in the city.
Russian Armies Are
Still On Offensive
In Various Directions
Petrograd, March 17.—An official
report says our offensive movement
on both banks of the Orzyio River
continues to develop in spite of the
stubborn   resistance   of   the   enemy.
the Germans seventeen guns.
In the Carpathians In lhe region
of Rahbo our offensive made progress. We have repulsed thc German
and Austrian attacks In the direction
of Strew.
must    remember    that    there    w«rO;RO ,.,,.,,   h   ,. obvloua  ,,,.„   ,hu.   ..,,.
The number of prisoners captured Isl     w, have  carried   positions   occu.
increasing. \p\td by lh<   enemy In recent fighting,
Near   Yod   Morozec   w>,   took   from j taking 24 lift prisoners.
it is remarkable to not<
however,
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Another British Steamer Torpedoed       §
there
those who were fighting for the Em-! u,|n   has commended   itself   to the
plre.   Might the next   St.   Patrick's technical adviser of steamships-own-
Day show a united  Empire at peace'tn{, companIes.
—the    greatest   Empire    since    lhe1
worltl began.
The   programme    which    followed I  j
was  a  lengthy one  and    In   recogni-  gave, "When Daddy Plays de Banjo."
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hers the audience demanded encores,  cellonl style a selection from Roineo|
The orchestra  rendered    Irish   nam- and Juliet,
hers during the evening. A,  ,,   Por, ■„ <
London, March it. Th. British steamer Lewardeo has
torpedoed by the German submarine 0-28. This was done
the Maas lightship,    Tho crew of the Lewarden were sand
been
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Mrs. Scott was heard in "Kathleen land, I Love You, Acushla Machrec."
Mavourneen," her rich contralto He proved to have a very promising
voice being very much appreciated, voice and his singing was much en-
Mrs.  Hommell  was  heard   in   "Ma- |oyed.   Mrs, Prescotl rendered a Wi
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Theatre
cushla," and  in the  patriotic   selection, "Your King and Country Want
You,"    which    was    well    received, j Mr. Evan., always a favorite   slngerl
Miss N'auman rendered, "Come Back! before Prince Rupert audiences, reu
Un solo in a finished style, while Mi
Duffy  contributed  0   mandolin      il     1
POPl LAP.  PROGRAM: 1.  lull ST.  PAIL,
to Erin," in excellent voice.
Miss Muriel Patmore and .1. Roche
1 In the Irish jig contributed   a   very
j pleasing number. Mrs. Chisliolni   was
jlheard  in recitations,   "He   Tried    to
I Tell  His Wife," which  was encored
and   in   answer    lo    the    recall    she
dered excellently his vocal selections
Sergeanl Eddy or the Irish Fusiliers assisted by members of the
reglmenl gave amusing demonstrations in hypnotism. Mr. Oram in
comedy sketches proved a splendid
entertainer,
in addition to us 'lcture  Programme there will   he   a
nun bei of Irish soli   tions bj ocal talent. High 1  rtalnmenl
at po, ular prli es,
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Thursday,  March   18,  1915.
PRINCE    RUPERT    JOURNAL
Ikf-tCP    1_ttttJtf*     ^HMslTW-U! three  vessels have been   fitted   with «^W_*_HKHJ^>ifHKl<«KHKHKKSi.^
semi-Diesel engines of the   coasting
Telephone 13s-
O. H. X-UaSON. Bitter.
Office- 128 Third Avenue Hast,
near McBride Street. Telenhoao 138;
Post office Box 007.
DAILY   BD1TION.
Published    every   nornlng
Mondav.  Delivered by carrier In the
city at the following rate, if parti  in
nd    ace:—
.$6.00
One   .ear
Six   Moi'.i.'. •
Three   Monti
ll   not   paid
per  Month
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service, while a number of barges
have been fitted wiih oil engines.
The internal combustion engine, for
using mineral oil but particularly
tiie lighter oils, is being extensively
ms. I now in small craft. Oil fuel is
ii,.-:-- asl -    '< i ■■ a;' ■ I ■ I    for
v--.-s-.-ls  trading   along rotitt --    where
tatioi
Product No.
WEK
Publlsl    I
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Ruperl   "   .
poin:    in Cai
a'l     oints   In the Ui
th-    United     ti
countries.
Advertising Rates Upon  Applici
Thursday,  March   18,   1915,
TlllO  DELAY JUSTIFIED.
Under the above heading the
News-Advertiser says editorially:
"Certain Liberal speakers have suggested that the postponement of
election day is due to other causes
than the want of time to prepare
the lists. They seem to suspect tbat
the Ministers have heard with sympathy Mr. Joseph Martin's complaint
that the Government had not left
bim time to achieve his coalition
campaign. This Is a plausible explanation and we may expect Mr.
Martin to take advantage of this
providential opportunity. Mr. Martin
cannot be compelled to support an
opposition machine which he openly
and frankly despises and distrusts,
when he knows that the best men
of both parties await the blast of his
bugle horn. The organ of the machine has pronounced Mr. Martin
politically dead. It has preached his
funeral without regarding the nisi
boiiuni rule. If lie seems to have reappeared it is only as a Bird of III
11; ... i This is ilic time for him to
show that he can still lead and
guide and" prevail. Even if he has
been iried by thi aai hint h i mi :
iJ<? nn- of those dt ad bul sceptrt d
boi :- Igns who still rule our spirits
from  their urns."
EXPERIMENTS  K.
PKOPELLING
POWKI!
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i nu 11    call   iii  favor of  the Frenfth.
Several regiments of Bavarian
troops on skis, and the Chasseurs Alpine, which contain many hardy
French guides from Chanionix and
Grenoble, who can easily cover GO
miles a day on skis, had been sent
out on patrol duty. Each force believing itself alone, and therefore
safe, descended from the pine
woods into the valley.
Half-way down the snow-covered
slopes—the snow lies over a yard
deep in the Vosges—firing begaa.
The French troops, who were the
beter skiers, tried to cut off the retreat of the Germans, but failed.
They then fixed bayonets, and
charged down the slope on th»ir
skis at a terrific speed. Many were
killed on both sides before the remaining Germans could get away,
the attackers' losses, however, being
lighter than those of their opponents.
The French soldiers covered, the
German dead with snow, and with
greal difficulty moved the wounded
to a hut, where they were medically
attended.
"The Germans are making the
Forest of Nonnenbriich, on the route
from Cernay to Mulhoiise, a veritable fortress," says the Swiss "Demo-
crate."    "And    for  obvious    reasons,"
:        the   paper,    "for   the   potash
mines  in  this vicinity are  worth   al
live   aillion si - lin .."
The Swl n ac
count of how Thann was deliberate-
i- I istroyed by the Germans. Soldiers on skis, dressed in white, and
dragging vessels containing petrol,
entered the principal building and
started a serious fire, which could
nol be controlled by the few old men
remaining in tlie town.
' -quarters of Thann is in
ruins, and there is little I ope that
ihe remainder    ill be  iavei
Contains about 2;i   lbs.
SI .50
SPLENDID  FOR  PLUMBERS
The sale of Product No, 99 is strictly
connived    to    the   high-class   supply
houses.    Its  cost   of  manufacture  is
therefore   not   affected   by   Dept.    or
"price cutting store" influence   that
-.o ofti manufacturers to the
chemicals   and    pro-
cei .   .  '•' ir is  I he dealer allowed to
|    I'edin ■ rice   indi r | enalt:
i    of   having    his   supply   terminated.
A POWERFUL SOLVENT FOR
CLOGGED 3P DRAW PIPES
i■■ ; lions "li   lint,    •-   per,    i It ths,    liuir,    slim,'.
■ •- uit and       • ■   others.   It  is ..  . tnless to
fines        nbi
T ARG1 I "1    PUT    I Tl -'
This iac-: : aratlon  has 1     -   o
.;  , o\ er and oi er        li   by   those
le I it. bul Inasmuch as no on   i dual        lition ex-
istin        thin :. plp<.      ;    abso Iniposslblt    or :      i   mufactur-
i- or : ■ e denier to ■-       i 1     -.  ult,
CBEM1.CAL PRODUCTS CO., NEW YORK'
G.    T.     P.    S.    Se
Sailings for Vancouver
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THE   RELIABLE   PLUMBER £
.EST  lii   PLUMBING   AND   HEATING   PHO.NE    ISH   3
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Hlumber
Goal, Cement, Plaster and Brick
AND A COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDERS' SUPPLIES
WESTHOLME LUMBER CO., LTD.
mt Avenue      Prince Rupert       Telephone 186
Thompson Hardware Co., Limited
Rifles and Shot Guns
Ammunition
Camping Supplies
PHONE 101. P.O. DRAWER 11115 380 SECOND AVE.
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SHINGLES, MOULDINGS, EASE, DOORS
Prince _ Rupert Lumber Co.
FIRST AVK. AMI McBKtl.E ST.
Phone
PRINCE RUPERT
•anch Yard at Smithers. B,C,
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S.S.  Print:.'  (it-urge every  Friday ,-tt i» a.m.
Si.IS. Prince .lolin at 7 p.m. on Sunday,March      11, 28, etc.
Eor Massetl ami Purl Clements S.S. Prime .lohn 1(1 p.m.   Saturday,
March   8, t_o, etc.
For Skidegate,  Lockcport, etc., S.S.  Prince John   II   p.m.   Sunday,
Marcl   7, lii, etc.
For Stewart und Vans River >.".  Prlnco John '■>   a.m.   Wednesday,
Mn; "li    10, 24, etc.
For Anyo.v   (Granby  liny)  S.S, Prince George uiidniglil every W'etl-
lit'siliiy.
G.T.P.   RalD .  AY SCHEDULE
Trains leave Prince  llupe leorge, Edmon Ivllle;
Winnipeg, etc., at 10 ii.i nil    Saturdays,    eon-
netliii.:   \\i:l!  trains  foi   Si, Pmil. Chicago und all   p ints  east.
ruins arrive  From  the east on   rhursdays and Sundu ,m
G.T. HAIL'   AV  Sli'STEM
Tin'   Double-track    Route
-'.Bin Chicago to Toronto, Hamilton,   Buffalo,   Montreal,   etc.,   etc.
For reservations, tickets .and lull information regarding travel to
any part ol the world apply to the G.T.P. Ticket Offlee, Tliiiil
Avenue:   Agency all Atlanti« Steamship  Line*.
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Canadian Pacific Railway
PRINCESS MAY
SOUTHBOUND, 8 P.M. SUNDAY
PRINCESS MAQUINNA,
FOR ALASKAN PORTS, MONDAY, MARCH 22
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S.S. VENTURE
Southbound Tuesdays at 8 p.m.
| Sailings for Granby, Simpson and the Naas
g Sundays at Midnight
6 " ,j\     For further particulars apply to
4    JOHN   BARNSLEY, AGENT        ::        (Wl Second Ave., Phone 508
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HEAD    OFFICE:   MONTREAL
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low-pn bui i urblnoi 11
i'i ling being so arranged thai either
reciprocating set can exhaust Into
either or both exhaust turbines, As
regards the internul combustion engines of tbe Diesel type, the firm
which has done the most is undoubtedly that associated with Messrs,
Haiiand and Wolff—the Burmelster
and Walm Diesel System Oil Engine
Company,  of  Glasgow.
About twenty vessels are in course
of -onstruction with oil-engines, and.
according to Lloyd's annual reporl
issued some weeks ago, 27 vessels
fitted with DieBel engines, having a
collective power of 50,000 brake
*)'4r».e-powor, are 'in jicrvtc*. Two 'or
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portions. Headed by Journalists like
Norman Angell Khd a. Q. Gardiner,
:i propaganda was carried in which
might well have resulted In a serious
crippling of the power of the British navy. Had these men had their
way and British statesmen neglected
to maintain the two-power »tan-
dard it is not pleasant to reflect upon
what might have been Ihe position
of the British Empire today.
Groceries—Our prloes are tke lew.
ert ia town. You will save money o-
almost every article. OHve ui a trie
order today. Phone 121. Ptomv* *«
livery. Mussallem A (.•., M« W*t_
Ave.  Ba. t.  : '
Capital     8   11,560,000
Reserved   Fund # 12,500,000
Total   Assets     $185,000,000
Savings Bunk Department—$1  iviil open an account
Branches   Throughoul   Canada and Bunking Connections With All
Parts of the I'nited States. Agents Throughout the World.
H.  P.  WILSON, Manager        - - Prince    Ruperl    Branch   ,
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Coai, Furniture Moving, Baggage
and Heavy Teaminf
W. J. CRAWFORD, NMiafer
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PRINCE    RUPERT    JOURNAL
Thursday,  March   18,   191. .
THRIFTY GERMANS
STOLE  MAfHINERY
A Washington despatch says: The
Belgian Legation today issued a formal statement announcing the protest, of the Federation of Belgian
Steel and Iron Manufacturers ti   th
German    Governor-General'  in    Bel-
.    ,      , ,. ,,      ilonging to private       n     1 and worth
gium  against  seizure  ot   more    than I
Imsjiy millions of dollars been seized
• "Furthermore, the German authorities disregard in a systematic
way the prescriptions of The Hague
Convention which stipulates that requisitions from occupied towns will
only be permitted when they are
made In the direct use of the arhiy
of occupation.
"Nol only have raw materials bi ■
$8,000,000     worth     of ; it 1 s
wl Ich,  ili.    itntemi al   declare
In   violation    of
Hi : Ion  ■ ul Ion,
the    Fourth
The   ::"i.
Ill   Belgium   I in- I :' '   .    COt    -u.
i'i   ;ii • ■    '. ool, iii ' el
[and   '     her     b even       pears 1
ale In Germ
stallions,
Mrs. Muller to a reporter. "The
mother is a friend'of mine who came
to the United States after her husband had been forced to fight for
Germany. She has tried repeatedly
to obtain word from or of her husband without result, and' she has
110 knowledge wh ith :• he has been
killed or ia still fl tinj She feel.
that  she  cannol   c her little
, ■
ary 27, an : 1    le dear, and she
Is  willin ;to        if 'll  surrender  to
liei   thai
Corporation
BY-LAW    NO.
of   Prince
of
-( out rail  No.
Skeena   Land    District—District
Queen Charlotte Islam's.
TAKE NOTICE that Petir Piombo,
of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for permission (o prospeel for coal and i<e-
troleum over the following described
lauds on .'ie Wesi Coast ' Grahi
1 and: Conm ncing at a post planted three miles nortli of the north-east
corner of Lol 2437, thence noi
Monday  --1"1 l0- ''-"'.chains, ihence west  10 1
Sealed tenders will be received by
E,  A.  Woods,  Cit:   Clerk, up  till   5
p.111
■HNL MACHINE KBttS
Engines  Installed  and    Sen
Repairs
Oxy-Acetylcne  Plant   In   Con
Phone Red  I5(i Third
the  constructii ,16-1
io'   ■'
1 1      the Ger 11 action     -        ■■■ ■■•"■■
.,   .      ,.         ,, ,  .      tioned
nulllfli
,   ,    ,  ■ , • adi irtlserl German
industries   are   making   to   resume
1
ll,. 1 ... ■ , .    , -     sit
thorities  are  further accused  of exporting raw materials from Belgium
■     S;  Ings,
Wii also been ind tresses, I I    and I'illons
to the German   Ine 1 In   :'ol ind, an Hindi !       . 111 1  ■   .
walnut  trees been ia tit   '   Tlte, lhe House Fni-nisher.
ly  cul   down     11 Bel]       :    1    I
understand    ihnl
liflestoc -
Into  Germany.
"It   is easy
such   measures    practically    nullify
the efforts made in industrial circles °
to resume work in the Belgian plants ngnjiAX WAB BABE
REGIMENTAL ORDERS.
and thus save from starvation many
hundreds of thousands of workmen
and their families," says the legation statement. "Besides it will seriously hamper the resumption of
work when the war is over.
"The Belgian government strongly protests against these measures
which constitute a clear violation of
Article 53 of the regulations annexed to the Fourth Hague Convention, which provides that tools and
machinery, if private property, can
never be seized in an occupied country.
(•'111!  ADOPTION
Yaphank, L.I., March 17.- Mrs.
Carl Muller of Yaphank has inserted
an advertisement in several Long
Island papers offering for adoption
a new-born war babe, whose mother
is a German woman and is stopping
at Mrs. Muller's home.
"The baby's mother, who doesn't
want her name known save to the
couple who, she hopes, will adopt her
little daughter, does not know whether she is a widow or   not,"   said
,! li.sth Regiment Earl Grey's Own •
* Rilies. *
* ORDERS by Major J.  H. Mo- *
* Mullin,   Commanding,   March   ... *
* 1915: *
* Parades—"A"   Company   will *
* parade at the Exhibition Build- *
* ings on Friday, .March the 19th, *
* at 7:45 p.m. *
* "B"  Company  will  parsrds at
» the    Exhibition     Building     on
* Thursday, March 18th,   at 7:45 *
* p.m.
* W.  S.  MARSHALL, Lieut. *
* Acting Adjutamt.
For the 1
Delivered' to your kiti
door, like groceries
< y e
175,000,000 Bottles Yearly
That was the dcniuiid for Budv
year.
The Anhou80_--Bi-_-.il Plant covers today
moro than 112 acre. - - equal to 70 city
blocks. It glveo sternly employment to
6,01)0 people, anil to 1,500 more in its
bianchee.
■
I        .  :	
This Quality-Plant, 50 years
ago, !'. .1 model of mod
Tho hundreds of visitors who go thn a,
every day know that nothing of Us  kind
could be made any better than Budweiser.
Anheuser-Busch, St. Louis
Road  on   11th A venue I
Avenue to SI i _vt nue,
Plans  may   ' n
,i
..rn
.he not nei
■
i - m irlG ci!
■     i - ■ .        - ,' .    .-.       Poles,
pel  cent, dig-
I ..   .       I),  rite's.
Advertise in The Journal.
henci     ■     I
ja2 I PETER  PIOMBO,
.   . ,   .   ■
J. Ha PILDITCH
Contractor and Build ei
1 tlmates given pn till classes ol
work, whether si.oill oi large. Per.
."nal attention  .-• Ivcn  to evei -,   Item.
■
.
■  I
I
B.C,
Ban              - .--', blii
in to pt 	
over tl
■
neni it pjanl
Hi    .        ..'...,
ol the nortl it ci ol  2 ;35,
:: s ni e norl li ihains, then t
, btain     Iht m ■  south   80
tl  ■ . ■  iv .ii   80 chaini    to  poinl   of
commencement, containing   :;-
more  or  less.
j'._'i PETER   PIOMBO.
Dale located, December 4th, 1914.
DISSOLUTION    NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICI that the linn
Ri.ekia, .Kojaer. k Os. hat been dis
solvsd ««•■ Mi* 3 _« «U_y ef January
A. D, 1. IE, aad tbat i_H aMeimts ..
ing te the In w Hi ho •sllettaa hy
J. Proi *..«*_.., ler tb« benefit of
the |M_rt_i»rs, __,_ »___. aril ' aeeeuBti
owing mi i-t tea wlU he pmU %
the mm J. 7n1 MtaM*, on mnh
of tke In. Btttwl at KriaM l.»p.vt
B.«„ this 4th (toy ef F«h.»»_y, A. S
1916.
J.    TUBS)   IMSfilUE.
A. 1. WKICHT.
C T. ___rw*N  IiUmh to lrath   tig
I).
.keena   Land    Districl -District    of
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKB XOTICE that Peter Piombo,
of Prinee Rupert, B.C., occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for permission to prospect for coal and petroleum over the following described
-■ads on the West Coast of Graham
Island: Oommenaing at a post planted lv« miles east and one mile north
of th* north-eut corner of Lot 2435
thenee aer.ii 80 chains, thence west
80 •&•____, thensc south 80 chains,
th-NM* «Mt 80 tbaias, to point of
meat, soitaining .4(1 acres
•r ten.
}«a» p_mm piombo.
Date totttWd, 4th Desember, 1914
LAND ACT.
Offlci
EXCHANGE   BL ICK
DR. GILROY, DENTIST
Crown  and  Bridge
Specialty
Work
Ollire:   Smith    [Hock.   Third   Avenue
A. FAULDS, M.I. M.E.
Consultlrg Mining Lugineer
Examinations   and    development    oi
Coal, Metal, Oil. Etc.
709 DuusHiiiii  St.      Vancouver, B.C.
HAIRDRESSING
PARLORS     i
Mnseage,   Manicuring,   Scalp   Treatment, Electric Treatments, Etc.
Mrs.   N. L. HandiMjde, Prop.
211 Third St.        PBUiOM RUPttl
Notice is hereby given that on the
£rst day of April next application
Will be made to the superintendent
of .Provincial Police and to ths
Board of License Commissioners foi
the City of Prince Rupert for per
mission to change the site of the
wholesale liquor business now car
lied on by the undersigned company
from its present premises, namely
I.ots 16 and 17, Block 11, Section 1
situate on Second Avenue, City of
Prince Rupert, to premises situate
on Lots 16 and 16, Block 32, Section 1, on Fraser .Street, in the City
of Prince Rupert.
Dated this 27th of February, A.D
1915.
' • ■ v_i-  Wholesale   Liquor   Coi -
of   Prince  Rupert,  Ltd.
28mar28 C. A. SWEET,  Mgr
Ska-ma   Land    District—District   o
-JTseen  Charlotte Islands.
TAKB  NOTICB  that I,  D.   Hogg,
of Queeo Charlotte City, occupation
Farmer, intend to apply for Dermis
.ion   to  purchase  the  following   de
scribed lands:  Commencing at a pos
planted    at    the    south-west     cor
ner  of  Qooden    Island   in   Bearskin
Buy, thence easterly thence norther
ly,  tlience  westerly,  thence  souther
y,  following shore line to  poinl   of
ommencement, containing live inns
nore or less,
DANIEL   HOGG.
Dated 6ih February, 1915.        fl3
P.O. Warn TIU Tmtmm-ooe 441
RITCHIE,   AGNEWt &.  CO.
CM_ _h_^__M_a tmmt _tar*ayors
oVtmoe llMart, B.C.
Waiornoski, Water Power, Wharf
-instruction, Reports, Plans, Domln-
on and Provincial Land Surveying,
tBlectri. Blue Priating, Negatives and
White Prints
Phone 397
Form 11.
Form of Nol
Skeena
lil.trict    el
cena   Land    District- Districl    ><f
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
\KI_ NO- ICE  .  .    Petei   Piombo,
I i: ice   Rupert,    B.C.,   occupation
Bier, Intends to apply for per-
-■i"ii  in prosin - i   for coal and pe-
rpfeum over i he followin ■     iscrlbed
ids-o Wi      Coast of Grahan
' - -:.- - _ 111: Commenci:
ind    os
... ■
, tlience
\ -.-■ i.   ■       chains,    i hem e    so  I;     80
,  tbence
■
Land    District
Coast.  Range  5,
l'.\i-l.      NOTICE     thai     Bdwai I
Chesley,   Prospector,  of  Shames,  in
tends   to  apply   for   permission    to
case  the  following  described   land:
i ted on
.uarter of a  mi\. easl of Mill   Pi -
83 of G.T.R, from  Prim i Ri
orth     boundary    line    of I
ii. hi   (.:"   v.--,    and      '     '    on
nile easterly  from I  corner
.I   Win.   811i pn's,   thenci
I
Phone Blue  183        Res.
UP-TO-DATE
IVfl
G   T.  P.  CARTAUE .MIEN","?
331    SECOND    ,i.i "'IM:-:
JINGLE POT COAL
I.  handled by us. All orders recelvt
prompl iiu.-i lion   Phono No
93. P.D.   Box  38
Pacific Cartage Lilt ited
General   Tcnming
Furniture   Moving , «i laity.
When I       COA1 BE 11
! id    ailth   1.111.iji  or  Comox
. - il   Nut.
The Queen Charlotte
lil Fields Limited
.
i
■ h
•li-  of  :i   tin ■  ■
illinium  of   " ' It
I.    MAI.'IIO.XALII,    •
77ie Largo* Ptmort of Us Kind
In tttm Wortd
Sonic of the Principal
Buildings
' i.
ii-
■   north 80
nee ea
Ihence   -. es.     ! 0
cl ains,   ii-   poii :   "r  commencement,
coi talning 64 0 acres more or less.
ja_0 PETER   I'KiMIlO.
Date loeated, December 3rd, 1914.
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
—THE—
Union   Transfer   Co.
PHbcii Rupert, B.C., Phone »(l
Prince Rupert Journal
50c. per Month
Marks
DniofM
CorrmoHTS Aa.
Iptlan ni_y
kt-ltiur ati
mmanlott.
Pueau
mmm mhxxtxxioomm-o ammtm ac&mpvo o*<m*tm*o*ommm " 6 chmhhhhh
1    A.  K   ItoMi, PiMMtat. J. S. Pear**, Manager
THE PRINCE RUPERT SASH
AND M«R COMPANY LTD.
n*A*.«r*-W vtmnu
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mmjm turn,
F»et*rjr aad »ttoe:
Telepkene  218
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rtui'-n, J-.t',
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fieSr   Cory
Thursday,  .larch   18,  1915.
PRINCE    RUPERT    JOURNAL
GRANITE
. R.ANITE of best quality  aud  thor
oughly  tested   for  sale
Cut  Stone  or  Crushed   Rock   in
Quantities
fElL J. McLEOD     Phone Green 217
~0C£M FttH~C07~
Afresh  l'ish Arriving Every Day
j-jtside Oiders Promptly Attended To
PHONE  BLUE _..-,»
PHONE 5S4
P.O. BOX 60
P
FOR
APERHANGING
AJNTING
OLISH1NG AND
WALL TINTING
Skeena  Land  District —  District of
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Andrew W.
MaeLean, of Prinee Rupert, B. C,
occupation Carpenter, intends to apply for permission to prospect for
coal and petroleum over the following described lands on the West
Coast of Graham Island:  Common.-
ng at a post planted two miles north
and one mile oast of the north-east
corner of Lot 2435, thenco north SI)
chains, thenoe cast 80 chains, thence
south   80    chains,   thence   west    SO
hains to point, of commencement,
containing 640 acres moro u. less.
ANDREW   W.   Mac Lii AX.
fl8 Agent,   Pator Piombo
Date located  -3rd  December,  1914.
HIGH-GRADE    INTERIOR
DECORAITINO    A    SPECIALTY
Martin Swanson
SECOND AVE. J BAR -McBRlDK
CANADIAN STEAM
LAUNDRY
NOW OPEN FOR  BUSINESS
•A-atest and Approved Methods
flOnly   Skilled    Operators   Employed
Phone us and we will coll for a
trial   bundle
Note   our   address:
515   SIXTH   AVENUE   WHAT
L      Phone No. 8
Canadian Steam  Lauidry
(HKHaKH- .3H»H_4_4WH_4W_l3HaH_IMH)f5
Skeena   Land    District—Distriet    of
Quoon  Charlotte  Island*.
TAKH NOTICE that Paler Piombo,
of Prinoo Rupert, B.C., occupation
Prospector, Intends to apply for permission to prosi-M-t for coal and pelroieum ovor the following described
lands on tho Woet Coast of Orahani
Island: Commoncrfng at a , os* p4a.nl-
cd three miles north and one mile
east of the north-oast corner mt I<ot
3 1.7, theoco noHh 8* flbsins, thence
oast 80 chains, thonse south 8 0
cliains, thenoe west 10 attains, te
point of eostmeHnsewctit, containing
64. aores more or less.
ia_» PBTHR   PIOMBO.
Date loeated, Deeeniber ire,   ,»l-4
<; .iVHt-NkfldVT WHATHMI
fU-POST.
l-imi_-.ln.-_    by   I-.   W.    Bawling.
Per  24  haurs ending 5  p.m.
March  17.
Bar. reduced  to sea level. . . .29.376
Highest    temperature     51.0
Lowest   temperature    42.0
Bain       1.36
March Furniture Sale at George
D. Tite's, all deportments. Record
discount*) for cash.
NOTIOE.
Tito Qanudimi Patriotic Fund.
Will those who need assistance
from the ahove fund, resident ln the
sity or district and ivhose breadwinner is on aotive service with tbe
forces mt the Empire or her Allies,
kindly notify tho secretary of the
local organization,
tf W. H   COLLISON,
P.©. Box 736.
Que*   Oharleete lelanda.
gketaa   lausd    Btotriot    OUotmmt    ot
TAKB N9C1CJ* tkat Pater Plan, he,
ot Prtaee Roptsrt. B.8., f.saapa-_sn
PrssBeetor, intends to nprtp mm psr-
ntiasien to prmpae. far eoal and oo-
Ireta* as over the _alIosrln» lsp._f_sfl
lands en tke Was* Oommt mt OtaAast
Island: Co _■_■_«_<■ ng at a vast fluked are n_ft.ni <_Mt af tke north-ton*
earner af I_n*. _«.§, thenne ommt It
t-kaina, ckenno _••«_ S* stains,
tbtsnee wast . 0 ckains, tkenae north
tt -bains, to nntnt of aansnansa-
SB-Sat, oesrtsd-rikg (4* aeraa n_e*e sr
IMS.
in*t phuhpr PIOMBO.
Bate laoated, December ith,  1M4.
SCHOOLS  FOB FARMERS HELP
PATRIOTISM AND PRODUCTION
Practical Methods Employed by Governments Assisted by
G. T. P.
mi4444444444444444404*444:a
Capt. J. McGee i
.M.M.S.A. 5
Masters and Mates prepared fi
for  examination.    Compass ad- _
juster. fi
Phone lied 50*2 fi
"NAUTICAL   ACADEMY"     S
Helgcrson Block, opposite     S
Itoyal   Hotel £
V0404000000000440444044
Skeena   Land    District—Dints-tot    af
-jnann   BkarlaMo lalaads.
TAKB NOTICB that Toter Pianho,
af Prince Rupert, B.C., econpntl-Ui
Prospector, Intdnds ts apply far pot>-
miBHian to prewpeet for i oal and pe-
troleam aver tha fallowing desertltet
lands on tho West Coast, af Orahast
Island: Gtosnnaoneing at a past planted five _sIsk sast of tho narth-eest
Leeraor of Lol '-425, thenee north tt
"chains, l;h<.n»w sast 8( chaias, thenoe
south ,.» ekn___a, thence went II
c-hnins, to point of oommea cement,
cantainin.", 64 . mtw ssare ar leas.
jaa* PUTmt   PIOMBO.
Bate located, Deoember 4th,  1*14.
WKHiHJIKHKHKHKHKHKHWKHWOIKfl.
~ SAFE DEPOSIT B8XES I
For Rent        I
REASONABLE    RATES
THE
Continental Trust
Company
«HS|_43|KHV|S1»4WK!H»)54_*
The Morning Journal
50c. per month
Skeena   Land    District—DiHirie.
Queen   Charlotte  Is4ands.
TAKB NOTICE! that Potor Piombo,.
of Prince Rupert, B.C., orcui-«..i«ii
Prospeetor, intends to apply fer per
mission to prospect for cosl and petroleum over the following described
lands on lho Woet Coast »f Graham
Island: Commencing at a post planted five miles oast of the north-.art
corner of Lot 24.5, tlionco north . .
attains, thi_noe west _fl chaias,
thence south 80 chains, thence east
S8 ohains, to paint of commas corneal, containing 640 acres mare or
less.
ji.29 PETER 'PIOMBO.
Bate located, Becsmber 4th, 1814
The Grand Trunk Pacific authorities report that the various provincial governments In Western Canada are co-operating in a very enthusiastic manner with the federal
government's "Patriotism and Production"  campaign.
The government of the province of
Alberta is lending practical assistance to the better farming movement
by enlarging scope of agricultural
instruction. During week ending
February 20, a school was held at
Tofield, Alta., at which lectures and
demonstrations were continuously
given without charge.
A special train of eight cars of
livestock were handled over the
Grand Trunk Pacific to Tofield fo
the purpose of demonstrating the
good points of different classes of
animals.
At the first session of the school
there were from one hundred and
fifty to two hundred farmers present, and interest increased during
the week. At night when lectures
were held in the town hall lhe build
ing was crowded and not all who
wished could gain admission.
Skeena Land  Distriat — Distriet of
Queen   Charlotte  Islands.
TAKB KOTIOB that Andrew W.
MaeLean, of Princa Rupert, B. S.,
occupation Carpsntar, inlands to apply for pormlsetoa to prospect for
coal and petroleum evar the following deeorlbad lands an Want Coaat
ot Graham Island: Commencing at
a post planted two a. tlaa north of
the north sato aornar of I_ot IdM,
thamue nortli l# ehalns, thenee vest
It ekatns, thanea wrath 10 ehaatos,
thenee sart II Skeins, to polnl of
aoa_-__mana«__t ap__k__al__g (mm asms.
ssare ar toss.
audejiw w.  MmmtMW*.
tit t—<. Psfcsar Momko
Date   loeatod,   Mrd Dill—bar,   ltl4
\AViaAl_I.K  WATBRS  PKOTHC-
TfON ACT.
R. S. C. Chapter 115,
lhe knapnial Oil Company hereby
bats* aettto that it has under Sec-
Ma- T of tha above Act, deposited
Mtt_ fee Ulnistor of Public Works at
{tWbsis, sad' la khe office of the lHe-
F»a«i«trai ot blie Paince RujHtft
Bagintration District at Prinoe
B.C., a description of tke
the plans of the wharf and
ypspoeod to he huill In
•s   Rufort   Hariiar,   Brittsh
la   kmctt    af    Wi
"•". mmtammmB   te
mt tM iswali.   af
■nnert  donsaftad   aa
Hand   -lu&isniy    ««•_
MMm mmtrmifom mt one   *___   bom]
 ,     t a* mm
kr u» die   MtaMBr   at
> _• _Ms attao tn «te OfV
■ api_a»T_l   af  Ore sjH
■d (or la_r*o te
Skaana Land  Diatrlct — DiakrVA af
.kueeo Okarlotks Inlands.
TAKB  VOTICB  that  Andrew   W
ttaeLaan, of Prinee Rupert, B.C., oc
■upation Carpenter, intends to apply -^ fc
or permission to prospect for   eon PP. *
nd petroleum ovar the following da
crlbed lands on the Wsat Coaat of
Graham Island: Commencing at a
post planted two miles north of tha
north-east corner ot Lot 14SI, thanee
north 80 chains, thenca aaet tO
chains, thenca south to chains,
thenea west <( chains to poind of
commencement, eontaininc **•
more or lean.
AWDR»W W.  MaalJIAN.     fm_ ««__,-*
flJ Agent. Patar Ptomkn ["* «WD«t«-
Data leaatod,  Mrd Daeemkar,  lkld
NOTICB te hereby given that on
tke 23rd ds_r of March ne. t a^.plica
tion will ke made to the gunerir.
teneant of Provincial Polica and te
tke Board of Lioense Commlneion-
ers for the 01 tr of Prince Rnnsri for
permission to remove the HnesuM for
the sale of liquor by wholesale from
the premises known aa Leta It and
16, Mm* tt, Section 1, sMute _t
rromot atreot in the City at Prince
Rawest, to tfao lands dissastksd aa
Lots II and tO, IMook M, Ba#ton 1,
an Maird Avenue in tke saM fl_ky ef
aaae R«ianrt.
DAVHD   Brls   20th   day   ef   Babrs
f.  IM*.
lowcmmm co.
M>mm mm mt 'm mmi nssm mt
* MMM* mt tf ■ ijpisnl  of tin _B>
* •» «M* «ka tiflmtm SBpUnd the
rtksu-    tkt    k_m4
kw   snaMans,   er
mi   saottoMi.   and
ml Loads
LOIiM.  SOLD AT AUCTION.
flkeesa   Land    District.—District    of
Quoon   Charlotte  Islands.
TAKH NOTICE that Peter Piombo,
of Prince Rupert, B.C., ooeupatten
Prospector, intends to apply for permission to prospect for coal snd pe-
treleii-m ever tke following dsscrthed
lands on the Wast Coast of Graham
Island: Ce-amouotng at a past planted four miles nerth ef tke nertk-aart
senior ef Let. S4_7, tkanee north It
nksin*, thenoe nast tt chains, tkenae
sautk tt ahalas, thsnos weat It
sk_nns, te point ef oe_nat.se___.eat
asntalatag t4t aawsn mere ar lsaa.
ia*t rWTWK   n»MBO.
Bate Loeatad. Desosslwr Ird.  1114
0<MM|HMaMH|H)H_«<-1IH<44Hn^^
RUPERT MARINE IRMWttKS AMI
SffPLY CO., LIMITED
!
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BNGISrBBRS,  M.iimmni   \nii    MA
Specialists  ia   Mniini'  Pumii-   H if lit, <M
. lon.t Agftii* fer ttyi -titalsk
i;ilie—.In- mart ri*UKk« n—1    m mmn—.    itai      Hhn
poll er nn   it .Wtif, ht-SB-t, tat;,  sad ■—■_■  naaals.
Stauilurd Gat Knglne   -tamp*a)'s B_i|pkiini nnd Parti ia sSenk
I.
■BBHRT     D«NTKACTO|{S
Kieasn er One aline.
ent Is—I B4ssel  (tN    «n-
•hsapeei
I
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Steel, Iron, Oils, Wire Iteac, lSalalui IJclUnij, B- 8. Tv'etad PnlUs,
Galuit-blan IU<ui/,t- -"fopC-Mrs, Stora^o UaMttwioa, Bpnuntoi. n
Marine   AwosSOitos.
Repairs—j-t-rst-oiass d^uinmeul und  staff   for
IO|Mlil'8.
I'.cli:
P.O. BOX 515 T?5LEPHOME MS
l>l}«l<HKHK«a.W_H^
Best-known Tug on the   Coasl   Sold
Under the Rammer iu the
South.
News that the almost historic tug
Lome, one of the oldest and also
one of the most powerful tugs on
this coast, has been sold by auction
for the sum of $15,000 will be received with much interest by shipping men. She was sold at Yarrows'
yards, Esquimau, by Sheriff Richards, acting under a writ against the
Vancouver Tugboat Company Ltd.
(which is subsidiary to ths Puget
Sound Tugboat Co.), and the bidding started at $10,000.
There were about thirty shipping
men present when the bidding commenced and It rose by thousands until $15,000 was reached ami al thai
sum ll was knocked down to Mr.
Alexander McDermott, of tbe Victoria and Vancouver Stevedoring
Company, iris chief rival was a representative of a Seattle tugboat
firm. Huill in IS89 lor Mr. James
Diiiisiniiir, lho Lome was for a long
time operated In the service of the
Canadian Collieries. Nino years ago
she was sold to ihe Paget Sound
Tugboat Company, to which the Vancouver Tugboat Company Is subsidiary,
Three years ago a new boiler was
Installed iu the Lome and she was
converted Into an oil-burner and
last spring she struck on Sun Juan
Island aud sank, being raised six
weolis later and towed to Esquimau,
—o—
1914.
o2l
mmwtrOw
I WB   WAN*   Yfi   90   inrBW
gkeena   Land   Disrhriet — District ef
Qseen Charlette Islands.
TAKH NOTIOB that Andrew W
MaeLean, of Prince Rupert, B. C.
occupation Csrpenter, intends to ap
ply for permission to prospeet for
ootl and pet.i'i.le.iiu over tho following described lands on the West
Coast, of Graham Island: Commencing at. a post planted one sails north
_iud two miles aaet of the north-east
oorner ef Lot I4IS, thence north 10
ekains, tbence enrt II ehalns, .hemes
aeuth 10 chains, thenoe wart 10
chains, to point of eommeneament
cantntaJng .40 acres more or lean.
1NDKIW W. MaoI.BAN.
fit Agent,   Petor  Ploraho
Date leeated. ttrd Decemher, 1114.
Daily Journal
50c per month
an  to  praenaut   torNto ■**   mmmilmlm*.
ansa sew p___releam ever the tollew- «*n. A i nj_ft»' _■__• ke MM an ■
Us  dasavfMB  toads   an   Use    VM gWrtntl.^ anBjrt at Mh »k.
,Oas_st   ss-  dkraka   tmtimmm tfta m»e ef I'm stalk per ton.
Oe__st ef Ornknsn Island:   Cans mane-     r—^ lmam    naansMiL    Iks
in* at a peat ptosstod ens ssBe ntmdk M ^f^^ *, ^^ wiJ
and tore satins ssud ef tke sertk^ato
onrner ef )_a* tMt, tk«ae nerto tt
ckains, tksssiw want It skates, Msanea
south    SI    chains,    Ikanee    osat    It
chains   te  pelnt   ef   earn men eases* t,
contolnias 140 aeres more er lass.
A-DDMnr IT.  8aeZ.>A__.
flS ApeaL,   Peter   I'lombe
Date   loeated.   Itrd   Deeessher,   ltl4
tne AdWat w_to   sworn
a__U«C    for    too    Ml
^^^^^^^^^ Skantakte oeal mined
land  pay tke royalty  tk»i-oon.  If As
l.aakl m-ntafg rtnkts are art being ep-
sratod.  suck retnrns should  bo  fur
nlsknd at least onse a year.
Tke lease will Include the coal
mining rights only; but the lessee
smy Vo parmittod to pnrokasa whatever available surface rights may be
eonsidbred naaessnry fer tke working ef the mine lit the rate of $10
per acre.
Fer fuU Information application
Iskeuld be made to the Sot-rotary of
like Bepartmsnt ef the Interior, Ot
town, or te any Agent or Sub-
Agent of Dominion Lands.
VT. W. CORY,
Deputy Minister of tke Interior
JAMES GILMORE
AHOHITieCT
kocend Ave. Near  McBrlde St
Tkay ***t tke tort when
e-fceoa tmbmk. TSm mfo t
toed   aanrtknt.   1%ar   kava
all
HOTEL DIRECTORY
M—ksrs  ef  tfco  Prince   _l«a«t
Ttokesrs' AaeecUltom
af Pnm Ave. said  Hicdtlk W.
W. M. Wr%M, Praa.
Adveillse  in   Tlle Journal
Tho Deal scasBlaaalon for the entry of Naval On _,-»._ wll] be hold art
fko ecumin&llon r/wto-na of tho Oi.11
-lerrlne Commissloti in May, ltll
_i"«-.owfiil nandtdst_ea Joining tho eel
togo on or about 1st August. Applications for ootry wfn be rean-Tad «p
;to lltli April by the »aor«t__rf
(■Service Commlss-On, Ottawa,
whom blank siii.ry torns sen new
obtained.
OandldaSes  for tk« asfuadneMoa
ofuy nojr  musl be hitaiutm tke  . fft_*j
of   firaresen   and  stntoen   ea   tke   1st
.Inly.  Wlo. |^^^~
l*ur*h_r del alls iwn bo ehtsdned on
appliesHlen te tke  undevalnned.
«.  J.   I»UKA1.ATR,
iur ot* Minim oi- of too Naval   SerWce
2-oparti-itmt of the Ifand Sari-iso,
Ottawa, Januatw Ufe,  lil,-,
H.i..au*ovi»-'-;   psrnUs»lten   of   HiisJ
• dBWrfe»ini.iii  will ne. Wb .add for.
Mrs* Am. mt BaraasCh St.
Bnrsaissn   aaad   Aaaainoan   Plan*
Par Da.
, Prap.
Firm     Ave.     Bosnian     Vl«d_tli     at
IHea:   ftm-Ms  lino tn w./S_.j
Irmr Bap
Props.
i. ».
mmtTtn.
         V. I». Oaakvy
Ave.  lleewivm  mv.1: and
MtM-oeioati  n»n;   *Ot:  lo    Si   Per  l>«y
IP rtp. Ttap never   ke-
aaaaaa toape and knapp-   as   tot
BW* *■ >a,t ■' ■** WafiM la
flW are OV4_U_sra_B (ar
tuMM, far sUrl-, tor
Ito m% naaterUi   aad	
sUln, aknolutrty slsdnl «s,«a« to
wnkp sk montli. w«__«rt kotos
•r rsptaed  by new pnlra trme.
Cmr Vree ttdtor
Te every one __n_lh-C as Itc
ts sorer skipping akasapas,   ws
will sand, suhjket to ttoly, ak-
»olntely   free:
Throe ttsij;. of sur -aamtsas
_ men's AUBR10AN '_■!_!_
5 HOSS with wri-toa pan .antes,
*  any  color, or
Tkreo  pairs  of   twir    laaAias'
j|   Hose,   ia   _tls<d_,   Teat  ar   Wklte
l colors, witk  written gnasnatoo.
B9HT    CpLAT    Bdkn    «-
j :  pirss when  daalsr ia  ywar   la
I eallty  is   sslactad.   .Hrs   oafkr   -
> nnd  sire  deairsd. li
I |  Tho  Interna Wonal    htotalary   Co.
■- -I   Blttner Street
Dapwon, Ohio
Ntw WkHlaften
Coal
SaaJ
Ra#ars kV All»art
HOTAi, mmmm,
■tovlef J.   BiM-gcas,  Pi-ap. ,
IHttad   Im.   mid   kHitli   SI.
Buoopean  Wan _H.(»>»   __«r|«d
>wiAVTa;    w«piwes u_d.    i ntyo iti*
•«..  L_sn-_a.i.
■eeand   Aw.  and   Bi«L   St.
l.l_o*i-  l«
iimmiElmmmTwlmWm^m
Vrnoar .
!M«lli Sts
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