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The Journal
S3 00
a year
High-class
Job
Printing
VOL.   V.
PRINCE  RUPERT,  B.  Q.,  SUNDAY, APRIL 4, 1915.
Price   .">   (Jems.
Germany Centring Her
Operations In Carpathians
Against Russian Foe
London, April 3, Poland   lias al-
inosi dropped from sight in the war
and in iis place Interest is all centred in the tn mendous battle in the
Carpathians. This, is being continued
with no signs of any definite ion-
elusion.
The Germans arc withdrawing
men from the Belgian front to
strengthen the Austrian fori es. !-:.. n
the t'.iv es H.iiii the Vser lines un
being drawn upon by Germany so
serious is the situation fell to be on
the eastern  front.
All   the     Itiisnian    divisions    thai
I'OUT  HARDY  PROMOTERS
PLACED  INDIIi: ARREST
(almiiy   Police   Haiti   Offices  of   Ileal
ISstnte Men on Allegations of
Misrepresentation.
■, ,n Hie i .'lie; raided the oiliccs
of Farm Holdings Syndicate al I e
i - Block, Calgary, and arrested Gilborl Groom and Alex
Beavis for selling property on Van-
. e - ■'- island by misrepresentation,
they found a number of pitiful lel-
weie beseiging Przemysl are now in iters from people who had purchased
Un- Carpathians. (Continued on Page Four.)
Bulgarian Irregulars
ade Frontier Attack
Upon
ne
tans
raiiine,  April  ::.    Bulgarian    i n
iilars bin    who   were   wearing   uniforms crossed  the   Serbian   frontier]
and killed .Dine  Serb Guai d
captured two guns also.
■ lis,   ho        i.   rep« lied  the
attack    nd  recaptured t!
CORRESPONDENCE
Military Observers
From United States
Have Been Withdrawn
i,
i'xcoi ii.ii.i-:   oi'i:
ORATORIO PROVED
A G&EAT SUCCESS
EXCELLENT  llASTIIW Ml SIC KEN.
OERED IN  Mlli'lKllllS'l't lit ill 11
0(1(11) FRIDAY.
Journal:
i . ou copy of i
s refused to i
If you  ie- -   in
res    I foi     ■-■       i
..,'i v- late   having  this   :   bli£
Yours truly,
G.   W.   NICKERSON.
i Editor, —-   Judging     from
..     i   talk, there 1b  nol   a   qui    Ion
The Dacia  Incident.
i ' Dacia  had   bei Hired
by   a    British
INDISTKIES.   have B( en   ,,r    |;
led i    ner of I .    [ail
■
■ ,
istili    to    LTn Stat,
mi rce, ■ ■ t      \
oi' .America. Happily, for Bi i
Cana la, th<   B ihi i    In  troubh il ...
tors  have  failed  in   their  »—■	
attempts 'to   spread    the   con , .,  ,.  ,    ,,  ,      ,.   .^ p_   |(|
.    All    mili-
the    German
\\ ashington,   April
tary   observ. rs    with
armies  have been  withdrawn  by the
1        late   di . an ment
e that
theii       - completed.
it is, er, an open seci al
ie  i. ellng 8    ti
n oliicers   c iunl    ihe
States
GEORGE L.
FiSH PLANT IN VIEW!
IS.   V.    Ling
Marked Ability in Training of
Choir.
|
Conductor   Showed uut  that  tne   -'"•-'   :i!    opinion    prevails  lu 'this   lowu   that   the   Daily
' s     .   has  made a  number   of     1 .-
mov< ■   lately, and  no on ms   to
'•■-       you   up  on  any   of   th.
uno-
lion of war-   too vast alread
iff 1. ■ rday for
:  i.   wh. -i    e     i nited  State i, Gi
i,   .  • ,   ,,      , , , th ei He will        nd ihe
Britain  and   Canada  ar ■  cell bi ating
a    century    of     pi aco.    From      Li   !,;' onal gatberl      of nion
!'!■-.
■I'he rendering of the oratorio, The
I Crucifixion, in Hie Methodist Church
i-i ie      of   Good
He  Will Probably Ask The City 1 o
C» I T"l D_ .J  „      TTa^„        A        "T,.-a,.-.-a-a      ilO-'al     8     I11U     i      il    treat    tO    HlOS.
ruarantcc The Bonds For Alerm
Of   Five Years—Says   He  would
Start Work On It  In Thirty Days
i  j on mean all right, and  I
■      .....   . ,
se who
u.'ii.l-
regi        church  choir   hi .1
3  out   in you, thi ou   will
COUNCIL ENDORSE 1
be
able     D   con in  -  ,
■
.   ,i   «-  i . Clayton,  tvho   an a ' '■'■■"■ '"' ll,e "
returned   from   tin       nth,  when
,u  tn , onie io  this porl
Ish,
He would a  r,     to begin work on
been a   gmenl  d tor the occasion and j {] , ,  .
certainlj   this   Srsl   attempl   at  sue. , ,  , .letters to th,
issued as t,   re   , ,    . .       , ,
11   1-'01'   tnose iii,   berj   besl of feeli g, wl
ik part a on E, V. ..    m
I -,,: .       i condi cl • ''■
T"* ' T"1
Meeting .held Last livening lhe
■ .  in  thirty   days
Ik
.
ri 1,
Delegates    Unanimi       y    Decided
To   Support In    His
Candidature Nt
jthrough plans Mr. Ling In an envia- ,..
Invesl i - --i'i !   b
ii affects i his place,      i       tl
now prepared to enter Into tl , [(   ^M|  .^.,.   ,,.„,,„,
a.   , ,.n a large scale if there i ■
li.ieiu   iii.lineint.iii   gli  .    1"   ili; i"       . ;.   Clayton says that  he  believei
the proposition thai  he   i ... . , -        .,           .,   ,    .„,„.  troubi,   ,„    get-L,,,  „„.,„.,,,,   .-„  .   ,. -  .,  nl- ,,
He '"- 1"tereated """  -ii     the  boats ...  lea- i  trading    In    .^   .,..  ,uc]    , ,
strnt-iioi'  of a I'iiini  that   will I             .,-,,. pwing to the facl  thai   thej    .
can.  of  the supply  of Ice and will     ,   .   .   mBr| ,,.,,,  and  have   be-
provide a   iii.u li.-i   tor all   lish thai ,.,,,,.,             tomed   to   dealln
comes, he city will have to hold onl
His  proposition    is  that   the cil;   I   I                     el one at leas! of the
shall ■                       bonds on tin ■                         hero. It tl
ivenh
on  the   in    isition sub
Storage
Die position as i I coi        -
"   -    ":  ""  ' '     ' t this i . -  ,   i;.  ,,himi   .     ,  ,  |        ...  could  - „   . Ion   ..
uo ""•  '"-;|   lMon "]'"n  wMcn heibe imagined, in t
securi for   every   i
ie woul I  ' ■■ dm would be a tendency    .^ -..,,..
■"id  child  in   Pri
. ; -      - i
r ,   , :i    -     .      .
■nsion.   It   I Ions   leading    to
"■'-... ,i I bait-nnd I
■   its rendition, The music Is tl .....
i    ■     ■ & Ci
.   ,:      led to endoi layn        15.   H
ir
i
II I.
rnutl  from i   the   In
la.ri.il'.
•u   ,;           cent,   and n       e this the 1 onie porl for more
would  .-Mi nil  ..-• i   it poi i"d   ..!'   Ill ■ "f Ih.-in.
al            i -,i        iu               i   ■ ',
la ire would .                                -    n          .':<■   n
i         to bo si                                       ' t  of  I        ivould   be   In
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eroi ed.
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I
Operations Changed At The Dardane.i.
! a, April  3,     \   -   ii,      ■ ■■ ,.     ,   ■ jj
g    D i Is reported and Instead of illrecl  fi -
§    nn '! il 111 ■ .'. §
6 a.
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■ '   Mews,   Api :'■  3       -   'nun raider   ' In-. ■■     I Irl
- supposed to have escn ed  to i ea during I,   is
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- Sunday,  April   1,  1911
mv ——am *S"* ™ *» *J". ac
PRLNCE    RUPERT    JOURNAL
Telephone Lis.
in  reply   to  the    • :i    -J^OT«CBKHKi«aiiHJiI«iBiKKSiKw
One   Vear
slix   Mi
Office:    12 1   Third    Avenue    Ea
near McBride Street. Telephone
Postoffiee B ■-. B07.
DAILY   EDITION.
Published    evei         ng      .-. ■
Monday.  ' by carrier in
city nt the follow Ing rate, \'    aid
id     ice: —
 55.00
__m..
Three  Months      }1.25
If   nol        Id   ii
per Month        !". id
WBBKLV   BDITION.
Ircu
l.f itin
I
1. ■
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Advertising  Kate.
■        ..ay
il   i:i  consideratio
them   with    eh
ower al Of a cent,   they
would be enabl d  to se -rice   o'f
.    -     ton   tor he, Inn      ■■      ,.-,:'.-
n
t   scht
Product No.
i ag in i
litorlal    rei  arka
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,     I, 1911
ST,;..',,. (i\ 1'LATFOll US.
The Libi I lis are going !" ;';'
lot ..: ,,! n form I Imbei tor sale by
the time the election Is over. For
years that party has been reaching
out for every vole that tlie leaders
thought could he captured, with the
result that ;i very formidble collection of planks was brought together
to constitute a platform. But this
has now, while the election campaign is on, been modified iu some
respects by the advent of Rev. Dr,
MacKay of Vancouver into the political Held. While tiie Rev. Dr, MacKay
could not set-, his way clear to enter
the Held in the Libera] cause without a fusion of many otlier bodies
with himself as leader, he submitted
a platform which lie contended
should be adopted if be were to lend
bis support to the party. The Liberals thereupon adopted this platform of Dr. .Mat-Kay's as it stood.
This is now described by the local
Liberal organ as a supplementary
platform. Presumably this is supplementary    platform    No.    1.   That
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ii
id -. .-    ol
■■ igle
I   Trunk,   andi
i      ....   ,.-.      do    nol
-    , i !        rise!   going
. ii .     Ith a largi      j'roll established j
..I equal   i ma ml   to  I !i< Irs,
Allow me to indicate roughly what,
iii, Canadian Fisli & Cold Storage
Company has .lone for Prince tin-
pert, an,I then you can Judge whether or nol  my statement is correct.
This company built a plan! here
costing probably $800,000, a cannery in which about $100,000 Is invested, and 1 think thai theii fishing
fleet, etc., would stand them $500,-|
000, making nearly $1,000,000 as
the lotal investment. I have had personal business transactions with
them for the past three year's, and
have always found them to be fair.
They buy flsh of all comers, and al j
times it happens that when they are'
the only company a fisherman can
look to to buy his catch Ihey never
try to take an unfair advantage. At
present the company probably distributes 2! ,000 month to the fish-
1 - ■ a ..n their boats, and employees
at   their  plant,    which    will    be    In-
Contnins about 2Y±   His.
81.30    ■
SPLENDID  FOR  PLUMBERS
The sale of Product No. 99 is stricWy
confined to the high-class supply
houses. Its cost of manufacture is
therefore not affected by Dept. or
• i,.- ii ' ,' - store" influence that
o of! :i ' 'i "s ihanufacl urers to the
use of Inferior chemicals and pro-
, e ,.i ... Nor is the dealer allowed to
reduce i he retail pi k-. undei penalty
of   having   his   supply    termimrted.
A POWERFUL SOLVENT FOR    '
<...,■:.-,    ^'i-L:k:,i.m
"1)0" de    ■ j ,...-:ert lutioiiH  if  lint,   paper,      -!! Ir,
grease,  vegetables,  boap,  [rail nntl many others.   H is harmless i.
lines plumbing.
DON'T ARGUE .     Pi       OFF '    Tl...
■ -1    ii                                  learli
II                     , i i  , ■ , ,   i ij        ise   who   havo
i rled ii. bu   I tae am on   c n kc id nal condition . .
Isl Ing -within a pl isoutely 1                              m inufactui
er or the dealei .       .-ult.
CHEMICAL PRODUCTS CO., MEW YORK
OK S. 11,10   HV
r
•KLSSci-JSm^
THE    RELIABLE    PLI M3JKR
FOR       HE    8EST   !\   PLUMBING   AND    I'iiaA'fUMl    PHONE    INW
SiSWjll^a>at»l>«-at C-OIKHHK
|»J|a»li«HMKH«fl-l*l>W
4
4
Coal, Cement., Plaster and Brick
AND A COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDERS' SUPPLIES
WESTEOLME LUMBER CO., LTD. j
First Avenue       Prince Rupert        Telephone 186   |
f .(HKH»:Wii-Kta*tXHS-«KH^
[ ft»t«KHini«-ftiKKi i>itw&a
ardware Co., limited
..- nit"-, j-—________________________
■ reased later in  the   season   to per- fl-i
vi.lt .i   ii ere  a] . ears to be  vot, i     b
so doing.
■
nything   for   - ower.
will gulp o Ing difficulty
ubll .   -      ecord
of
platform.
\   HEAVY  TASK.
A  1 o]
strength    ol
was
gi' ■  |
■■:.'„. :
I ■ a
'.
\' i. ■ id fib
J^*. l idln und     landwehr
mi' 11. il u;
.
85,000,     ...
menl   92,0
a total ti til'
	
trained an
strum nu n.  1
■
haps  double  thai   amount   when   the
cannery  is opened. They buy locally
.-in consistent-
Inclination l*.
fa rqr  , i Im     Rupert, and to boost in
y for the ta -in.
I "
In In ■ d on the Skeena
mus to  Prince*]
which naturally
beli u il       loe    i !■- oln    -1
ii.    On   the
'   , ■ i-i-'-i Ically
'   uli   ol  '  >    Ikeena   Can-
en     • :   ' i '.- - '
■ :■•<    -   U)  111.
, . .   B ,--.- 'bus!
1   . ted   to
G. A. ai       •       lb.
Sailings for Vancouver
and Seattle
S.S.  Piniu'e George every   Friday nt '■> a.m.
S.S. Prince .loliii nt 7 p.m. on Sunday, April  11, 25, etc.
Eor Massett und Porl Cloments S.S, Prince John !(> p.m.  Saturday,
.April  :$,   17, etc.
Kiw Skidegate, Lockeport, etc., S.S. Prince -)"!ni  11   p.m.   Sunday,
iprll ■ :, 18, . .-.
Kor Stewart  and  Nuns Hiver S.S. Prince John 9   a.m.   Wednesday,
April  7, 21, etc.
Kor Anyox   (Granby  Bay)   S.s. Prince George inldulghl every Wednesday.
G.T.P.   R.IU WAY  SCI1RD1 LE
I'i   i...  leave  Prince  Ituporl   :'i Prince ■    Edmonton, Melville,
Winnipeg, etc., at Id a.m., Wed iesi lays,   con
necting  ivith  trniai  ft.-,-  8t. Punl. ChieuL'o and till   pointi   east.
Trains arl-ive  from the t>ii^-»  *. Thursda; Im
(i.T.   RAH \V '-•.'  SYSTEM
I'lic  lioulaah-iai'at'lt   Rente
Bull ilo,
''   (.'row Chi   : iront.
1      '
Pot Meeervhtions, tickets und full infenniatlon regarding travel i"
u»y part of thc world iiffir to the G.'i.P. linliti Oil so, Third
Avenue;   Agraoy  xK  Ariu«*>i- SKuicmnlup   Liat*.
'••■•'•'••:■-■ "'"'■   ■:■■'■•- '-,''Vi\'\
Canadian Pacific Railway
PRINCESS.MAY
SOUTHBOUND, 8 P.M. SUNDAY
PRINCESS MAQUirNA,
SOUTHBOUND, 8 P.M. MONDAY
J. G, McNAB, Genera] Agent, comer Third  Ave.   niul   Fourth   St.
■I'i-'ll'.'
lit
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II ■      an    be
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uny   uthoi I
i
- between
'iid-1
the lie.,! 'iii'iii  accorded to us bj   I lit
Canadian  Fish & Cold  Storo \    Coin-
. Korln        innlnp
Tli.   Can   III a  f       i   Cold   Stor-
ige i:i  Prince
R • ■' doing        pioneei
!      .!',,,        ■ •!  .
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thai
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_\j in-Ill      t ll SI I
Hon i Id ma
re ailing al      I lion  Inter-
i in  Prince
ind  1      lb       . hai      '       cltl    -i
illing I
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UO WKHMl»Cm<HSH*lttttHWH^^
THE UNION STEAMSHIP CO. OF B.C. LTD'
S.S. VENTURE
Southbound Tuesdays at 8 p.m.
Sailings for Granby, Simpson and tbe Naas
Sundays at Midnight
I'or further particulars apply to
JOHN   BARNSLEY,   AGENT        :: 631 Second Ave., Phone 5(18
Agency   Atlantic   Steamships.
WOaO<MQ4Q>>aa40 0 CHW-3 00-00 0 ■ S-O-iJlKHWHMHJB 00 O44O0-' . •. i..
tKHsi»<it*iKHjiKrttt-atift awaKi* a^s*rK-*w a a s ea$ 00 a t>   .   .
% Royal Bank of Canada
HEAD    OFFICE:   MONTREA1 18(10
Capital     9   i 1 ,.1(10.000
Reserved   Fund t"(  12,500,000
Total   .'ssscts     $185,000,1
Savings Banli  Department—$1 will open nn account
Branches   Throughout   Giinadu and Banking  Connections With All
Parts of tbe United States,  ' [enl    rii I   •       iVorld
11.  P. WILSON,  Manager        - - Prince    Rnpert    Branch
.JHKHKW&lKltftWi^ -■■ 444444%
11 CLEAN UP AND PAINT DP MOW
O-CBDAR    MO  ■ . O-CHDAR    IOP  POLISH
VLABASTINE     AN1TARY   WALL  COATING
WATER fiOSE, GARDEN TOOLS,  WATERING CANS
lylARTIN-SBNOUR  100  PER  0   \'T, PURE PAINT
PAINT   BRUSHB8,  LAWN  MOWBRS  AND  GRASS SHBAR3
CARPET    BBATBRS,  GARBAGE  PAILS '
WINDOW   SCREE*, 8CREBN       OR
—AT THK —
KAIEN HARDWARE CG.,608ThirdA
ii0O<i000-i(i >, :a0OO004444U0OO44O0O0(  .flntHKitH,'«ltltH5O«0i>
.Prince Rupert Transfer Co.
---FOR-
BFJNG A M wfcfully
'  i - ■    ■ ■
Coal, Furniture Moving, Baggage
and Heavy Teaming
W. J. CRAWFORD, Manager
,, phone 566       °zr^:z
The Morning
50 cents per t$.oit\ I
«*m*
1
PRINC!!    RUPBRT    JOUR:;.  I,
Sunday, Apr!
1915.
*■
BRITISH COLUMBIA
REGIMENT GWB
INTERESTING    DETiULS OF   THE
SEVENTH BATTALION FROM
COMMAND1NF OFFICER.
Cul.   Hart-McHarg  Writes From  tlie
Front  Respecting His
Command.
The omniunication  has
been  recel. - d   fr mi
11;.;       ',', ' In  Cl
the  7th   Battalii      C ni till i
tionary fori   . rront:
Al  tin   'i    '     Mi . ch
(Rocky   .Mountain    Rangers),    KamMmade  the  statement  to one   of   our Vi
I   ■    :    L04tl    Rei ;ii..'ii!    . Westmin- -v    "      '-   :      leaving    i:       '
i  Fusiliers of Canada), New West-jIand:   ' ':   ' !°li™bia    "        '    ■   cth.    '
minster;     and     detachments     froni,'ment  ib io"';,,il  upon  ;ls °,!e of   the|JessoPi SStl
Li
iria;   Lieu
IE
t   of J
Engines   Initialled   and    Gen
Repnli -
Ei si  and  West  Kootenay.
'I" e two ! lighland regim ints  ■ Is!
ing    to        iserve   their   Identity   as
-    y   best  in  the  division."   This   ia  F.
'•   w. L, Prospector, inten
Highlanders,  joined   with   the    79th
(Cameronians),    of    Winnipeg,   and
.    i-i ■ .,    .-:      '■   nil
ton,   : nd    ire   known   as   tin     16! I
adian   Bal alion   (Cai adian   Si   I
i i i -ii). The -
ents from  I
Ci 1 n in bin
un
;not an isolated opinion, but 1 quot.
ii ;is It came from headquarters
Our lead In , to. the territorial
Id. B was foil '. ; by other battalion when '"if very few
formed in such a way
: ■ . licable, il"'
■ ■ -■:■ hi ' ' llan Ba!
Regiment)
Xo.  2  Com .an; ■   :■     •.   .
Cap!
T.  V.  Scudamo
Capt. T.
orn    111
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N'.i.      il
ouver
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id *pe-O.vy-Acetjiene  Plan!
■ I
Iraham I'1""!-" Red  I-"'"
Island:  Com
ot 2437, north  SO
ch:      .then.     vest I li
li      " .then
;    i mmenceu
i;   p ai' ire or 1.
■         . i       3rd. J
-.':.< .   	
J. H. HILBITCh
Contractor and Buildei
i. ' tiunte      li   i, on  all   . I isses ol
H'ork,  h i.- 11 or iari e,   Per.
rei'i   iii'ui.
:i "i Ion
.,.'.'."■ ud    Dl
Columbl thislio
'   I' "     ' I i  ,,        , -a       , .       ; .
K.I...
!   .       nd  a  lisl
ports  I have seen   1
■-.'., mnt   of
'•nentnl    i
,1
■.  ('I. G,
-
Vani oui er  i r       trom  i;!.. > to 11   - ,
ih. re would appear ti
i    r.   en Ion   aboul   tl
. '   ,'   ...   -• '  i,,     '    ,  ,
try regim?
tli !>'
ioi e
'   ell
of    ihi?    regiment,    nov
known as tin   "I:: C madli n Battall  □
(Isl    Britii li   Columbia I,    Thi
lowing Information may be of interest:
The detachments from the       i'-;,:
British  Columbia  infantry regln ts
proceeded lo Valcartier independr
ently, and on arrival there the first
question   to   be  .lealI   with   was  how
they were to be organized. The fol-|We have Purchase!    ipecial cap   aim
lowing  regiments  were  represented: |shoulder
6th  Regiment, (the    Puke   of   Con-
naught's  Own    Itillt's),    Vancouver; jplayed,  und   the  men  are  proud   to
- iii      -  ■
Is essontl Ish I
whiel I hi °      '
Inl id nisi ': ' i ■   : -.'     ■ II        ''
ly  formed   Into    the    7th    Canadii     !'' ' '    ■ "   '■' ":' :  in    Prance:   Lieu! -
i verj   -
■<-■
i.S.O.
l.   i-:.
er; Lieut, i     C
'    la; Li.    t.    i.e.
VK1
Pi
il
j
lie nortl .
Victoria;    i ' » noi clial one.
chains,  then halns,
,    .
mors  ' ■'  .-■ ■
PETER    PIOMBO.
88th,  ' Ictoria;   Lieut.  !.. ('.  Hornby,
Battalion, and   I  then  took, up   wftli ''''■   "'•   Hart-McHarg,  Gth,  Vancou- ho4th, Chilliwack;   Lieut, 0. I".  Bro-
iritles tl ' "  Major V. W. Odium, 11 th, Van-;,;,,,:.   ,,,.,   Vancouver,
ing us to add "1st British Columbia".eouver;   Adjutant, Capt. S.  D. Gard-      ...,.,,   ,-, ...     .,    , Bngland ,     capt,
to our designation • ' ''    '"  '"'-  Quartermaster,  D   _   Carlton, 104th, New Westmin
.„, • ... ..    lant. .1.  '.!,  Mscpiillan, 6th, Vanco - ster
has  been  e    rythlng   ive anticipated. |ver;   f^'11^"-'1''    Capt.    F.   Bayjiss,
llili,   Vancouver;   machine   gun   officer;   Lieut,    tl.    Ii.    Bellew,    11 ll.,
Dati   local   I, Decembi r 4th, 1914.
of
badges    with     the     name
'British Columbia" prominently dis
lit 11  Regimenl   (iTish    Fusiliers   of|
wear  them.    Any    oilier  British   Co-
Van.'Oliver.
Attached—Medical    officer,    Capt.
ii.  il. Gibson, C, A. M.   O, Vancou-
Canada),    Vancouver;     Both     Regi- luniliia  reginicnt  coming from   Can- ver.
meat (Gordon Highlanders), Vic- ada "'" liml ,iiat a B00<' nanie 1|!IS' Company oliicers: No. 1 Companj
toria; 88th Regiment (Victoria Fus- alreadj been establishe'd for them. ...Major G. Moberley, 102nd, Arm-
liters),    Victoria;     102nd    Regimenl       One    of   lhe   chief    stuff    oliicers strong;   Capt.   .1.    W.   Warden,    6th,
Groceries—Our prices are the low.
est. in town. You will save Money o-
nlmoit every article. Giva u» a Iria
eider today. Phone 123. Prompt it
Ivery. •U-ususllem * Co., 42n Fifth
Are. East.
»»»l!l!ll!
For the Ho
Delivered to your kitcbu
door, like groceries
-yv, ;; . e
175,000,000 Bottle
Thai was the demand .... Budweisoi i;>si
year.
The i\nh»us»r-B.isch Plant covers today
more than 142 acres -equal to 7 ' city
blocks, it (lives steady employment iw
6,000 people, ant! to 1,500 more in its
branch
Ever;
This'
i.    -
i . ■      ■
■   ■     .
could be mi        ■ .-
Anheuser-Busch, St. Louis
Tlte Largest Plant of lis Kind
in thc World
'
Drapery Goods, Curtains, Poles
Carpets uud Rugs—2a> per cent. (lis
count ut George I). Tite's.
(ISth Regiment Earl Grey's Own
Rilies.
ORDERS by Major J. H. Me- »
Mullin, Commanding, March 19, *
Parades----".'." Company will "'
parade a. the Exhibition Build- *
Ing on Wednesday, March 31, "
antl Friday, April 2, at 7:4"'
p.m. '
al  7:-15 p.m. *
"B" Compi ny n ill pai ade at
the Exhibition Building on
Monday,  March  29, and   Thu
april 1, at 7:45 p.m. *
W.  S.  MARSHA !.: .   Li mt.       *
Acting Adjutant.
Dlstrlcl       lis
Queen  Charlotte  Isjlr'tuls.
TAKE NOTICE thai Peter Piombo,
Of Prinee Rupert, B.C., occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for permission to pros eel for coal and petroleum over the following described
lands on lit- West ('oast of Gra"iam
Island: Commencing lit.a post planted five miles east and one mile north
of the niirtvli-eiist corner of Lot 24:!,",
thenoe north 80 chaini., thenee west
SO chains, tlience south 811 chains,
thence east SO cliains, to point of
commencement, containing C40 acres
more or less.
ja29 PETER   PIOMBO.
Date located, 4th December, 111 I-I,
FTlIalH   11101      : '    '   .
'
DR. CILROY, DENTIST
■   Brid      "-'"! !■■ "
Office:  Smith   Mock,   Third   Avenue
A. FAUIDS, M.I. M.E.
Consuithg .Mining Engineer
Examinations   and    development    of
Coal, Metal, Oil. Ktc.
709 Dunsinuii  St.      Vancouver, B.C.
LAND AOT.
Skeena    Land    District—District
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE  NOTICE  that  I,  D.    Hog
of tjueeu Charlotte City, occupation
Farmer,  intend  to apply  for permls
HJlJl
LVUS
'I.'iBsage,    Manicuring,   Scalp   Treatment, Electric Treatments, Etc
Mrs.   N.  I.  Handasyde, Prop.
211 Third  St PRINCE RUPER1
P.O. Boi 1714 Telephone 448
RITCHIE,   AGNEW   &   CO.
Civil  Engineer*, and Surveyors
Prhire  Rupert,  B.C.
Waterworks,   Water    Power,    Wharf
Construction, Reports, Plans, Dominion  to  purchase   the   following   de ! on  and  Provincial  Land   Surveying,
scribed lands: Commencing al a poe
planted     at     tlie     south-west     cor
er  of  fJooden    Island    in    Bearskin
Bay, thenee easterly  tlience nortl
ly,  thence  westerly,   thence  soutl ei
y,  following shore  line  to  j.oint   of
ommenoement, containing
nor"; or l«as.
DANIEL   HOGG
Dated (ith February, 1915.        (13
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A KB   NOTICE   tl
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lly   ft
al and - " lie following  d
-  ■     -•    Weal
\ Gn s*j
a   i oi I .u mile east .
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Form  of  Ni
Slciena    Land '    ric     i
Coasl
' I ;
Chesley,   Pros]
t« ;l,i-    i:.    .-.. |
(Slcctric Blue Prlntln:;. Negatives and
White Prints
Plime Blue  183 Res.  Phone 399
UP-TO-DATE
UNBSUVS CAHTASE & STQRA6L
G   T.   P   C VRT    -:.   AGENTS
331     SECOND
JINGLU PC i   COAL
I* handled by us.
prompt attention   Phone N
Phone  93.
tc
Pacific Cartage Limited
ii   .jig
, Furniture
- -
buy COA
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fix
Bal
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Charlotte
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of  way    and
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Office lod      -• -Rutlei
Ruildlng foi      I - limited
amount of   Tninsury  Stock
i GEO.  r.    MAOIIONALI),   Bcc.-Treaa.
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i. 1916.
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Prim 'Kti       '    R.C     Pimm
Prinee Rupert Journal
. per Month
.       i , trlcl
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B.C.,   occupation , j/ifttHWiftOsKHJO
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J. S.  ' ' ■'
TBE PRINCE M!       SASH
Jm : iy,   April   4,   191*
PRINCE    RI.'PERT    JOURNAL
GRANITE
URANITI"   ol  bi   '   duality  and  llior-
y tested for
Cut  Stone or ('iu>!it'tl  llock iu
GOVERN.AIENT WEATHER
REPORT.
Furnished   li>   I.   \V.    DOaviiug.
Foi  :.' i  ' •■ p.m.
;1 3.
.29    9i
SUSPECTcD SPIidS '
ARRESTED CN TRIP'
I aWKHKBKHW*WH^.|e«<KWM
FROJI  VANCOl'\ ER  BE-lg
i'i:i\ at
LIE*, El) TO   I!.'., E   SI
Llll) PROM MIS
hirl
ue It Is
s' List
THE   LISTS    1 'Hi    THE Nl
I
0LISH1NG AND
WALL TINTING
HIG - OR
RAaTlaVtl
Martin Swanson
• *!.'a ;■: M( BRIDE
'-lii
■
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at    bat-
thai
IF   VOIR   NAME  IS M »T
:    I
.ARE
.    ,        ■        n... ■,,„ ,1,1     q first train
■ ., thej should
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d
QI.YLIF1ET)   TO   VOTE    DO   N'OT    DELA i   ON   LIST
NOTICE is hereto given that on
[the 23rd day of .March next apjilica
| tion will be made to the Superii;
Itendeat of Provincial Police and to
the Board of License Commissioners for the City of Prince Rupert for
mission to ' ' '    '■'•'-' t0;'
„ |    . ... ili i.i.- from
I tiie  premlsi its 16 and
.situate   „i
,
art,  to  the  im
tlon i,
on Th
'   .
I I'l" IN' ' ING CO,
-V.   11 i
Icau
5-aua-c 00 04 o o o 00040
CANADIAN STEAM |
LAUNDRY
NOW  OPEN FOR  BUSINESS |
II La to sl  and Approved Methods  §
flOnlj'   Skilled    Operators   Employed
Phone ns and ive will call for a
1
'
re   he-1
111
llll.
"i-i   -   - Halifax li. c> . o 0«*-«-**iSW*il'a^
i;:.1 i   ■       ed.     \-    a resull .	
of  his  soldierlj   cond
- in-.-  In- was promoted ti
1     ' "      ''     :'     ';-
.    ,  England.
Word received from somt of those
who composed the local half company conveys the Information thai
lhe  run   into   Queenstown    was    re-
witli    all    found, and    are    loc
where  ii  in easily possible to spend
some of theii       . on extra Bocks.—
C ' Igary  Herald.
Match    Furniture   Sale  at   George
i>.  Tile's, all   departments.    Record
ii<  dis. ounts for cash.
8
■
...     .
-*%£.,
Royal Naval Gollei
■'      '
of Canada.
•"•'rV't'
..-,
«A>
hereby givi n ilia! on tha
trial  bundle
Note   our   address:
513    Si.Vni    A* EM E    WEST
Phona No. 8
Canadian Steam  Laundry
s
• '  . :'1O0<<4000000
44040040000000000000000401
Capt. J. McGee
M.M.S.A.
Masters and  Mates  prepared 9
for  exniiiinution.    Compass  ud- x
juster. _
Phone Red 50** fi,
.AUTICA ..-,-•      fi
g
Hcl| ti opppsii
I
400000 C !
,■10040440 ■ .j 0004000
SAFE DEPOSIT BQXFS I
Far Rent
REASI  S UILE    RATES
THE
Continental Trust
Comp  ;■;
i
The Morning Jonraa!
50c. per month
will  bi   nun!'-  to tehdenl
" .   In. I  I     ''.iii. ■   and   fo   the
ners foi
Citj    of   Prince  Rupert for per
mission   to  change   the  site  of   the
wholesale liquor   business now   car
ried on by the undersigned compa iy
from   its  present  premises,   namely,
Lots 16 and  17, Block 11, Section  l
late on  Second Avenue,   City   o
Prince   Rupert,   to premises   situat<
• i    i ots  15  and  16, Block  S2,   Sec
■    I, on      , ■      I   reel, in I he Cl   ■
- i   Princ
i lis 27th  of February. A.D
1915,
i     'holes!        Liquor   Compan,
of   i ' '.   Ltd.
25 (     ...     '   "
ported   to  have been  made   for   tlie
urpose of keeping out  of the   way
of pos iibh      ibm  . iios.
The next examination for the entry of Naval Cadets, will be held at
She examination centres of the Civil
Service Oommisaion in May, 1915
successful candidates joining the col
lege on or aboul 1st August. Appli-
It  is  report. ' binarlne cations for entry will be received aw
th,   ::,  r#tn   navy   ws    sigh   d *°  ' ">11 ■  April b:   the Setaetary, Ciffl
'Service   Commission,    Ottawa,    from
'     ' whom blank entry Eon: s can  now be
■">  Erst   day   of  April   nexl    appli.    Ion   -., .,   b      il;-     cruis. -'i'i    werelODtained.
, on oi ing     ese si cci ed   I ii       I.: ■
',  (in  the last night of
Candidates for the examination in
M"»y  mutt  must be between the
of  leurjtaen nnd «*rfeen  on   the   Est
V aW«ift W 044&004&4440-
■r
;■
V.
■
'
i  Street
lil'llt'!-
irs   and
- Satis iictii
i I la ■
'
Phoi .
,   Qui   :i.- town tin   troo i      .   i-k'!-.  r'tlir..
theii   b    '  i  with all llgli s out.      Eunther daiails can be obtained o«
'application to the unaersignes..
Tliev   were   not  allowed   to   Ughl _    .   _.     „.„„
Q.  J.  DHSII.-VRA-TS.
match oven on ii..   decks. Two were   l9]Slty Mtoistiw o< the Na.val   Sen
arrested, charged, il   Is said in some department of the Naval Service,
of  the  letters received,   with   being Oltawa-i, Jmuiai--.-.   8th,  1915
spies.    One of them    was        private      faajithoriBed  Bi*Jlcafci«n   of   this
tat i nrfcisera en I **m aot or paid fur.—
','?S5S. ja*28
id
nger on  b mrd     II
that they were trying to signal from
their porl  hull -
On    the    final   run    fr Qi     -i ■
town  to  Livi       ol
sailed   by   nig       Thej   ran   al   full
d with d ■■   i     as    on-
ii     the s        '       '    i
rections     i thej   pro   ■ '
liufl'eto,   Iron   Beds,  Springs,    Mut-
tressea, Blankets, Sheets anil Pillow
at March  Bargain Prices.   George D
Tlte, tlie House Furnisher.
of
i        ■:,',;-:11 a
Gill
nued f
.   Land    District—District
Queen  Cl arlotl     ' ilaads.
I   TAKB NOT) '  '  :   .
I if   Prince   Rupert.    B.C.,
lector, Inti - Iy for    er-
lo pr. fi    ■■■ ■'
'    '  '('!    -a ' '    "     '
Co
Commencini   ■■'        i      plant-
-, .„ ,        .-- miles nortli  and  o i.       lie
04004400004400400404040%-:i i   :i   by   Mr
"" .1.  Li wi :, -Miss Tall
ind  A.  L.  Harris,  «a
..; i . rtti-east corner of Lot
,'.  .,. I
wl ' in-       ■    ,.-    chains,    til   u • '
Qj    t]lei, -.-, si    il"      i- -     'i ■ >
ul   of  ui     " con alning
mdu     'i ,; ould have 1 840 acres more oi
I   for. tetti     God   So   . PETER   I'lOMBO.
i late located, Deoembi r 3rd,  t* 14
l.l'-V
-an
VOTICK.
• ii  '->»n  PutriuUe I'untl.
A'ill    ilina"   r.-lit.-    Dead     aUCaai-.  -    •
, from th     il,
Cl!
•
l'u«a*. :<nMm:  !n the
ji-iti    ft'titi*!   bread-
, ;r-   c, i -, loe  flMi   lhe
la- ,    '
letratNaC.i     il   the
('■afU-tew.i,.
r>.« *•« 7jo
»k»ea:i lasnii  DftitrUt -    Diatrlct  ot
Queon  CiarUitt*  laslnnas.
TAKh;  NOTI("«  thiK.  Andrew   W
■    -    ;   '  -       rially :.' the ren- Uaaiaonu, of PrUee Rupert, B.C., oc
•siMitio*  OmrpanUr, intends to apply
on  in   his c organist.   „   .. ...:,,fasi(a,1 to prospect  for   coa
.rt saerod I »i satrolauni oior ti« following de
concei      vas    i iven.    Thi i   ii
,"■'',--!  lands mi tiie West Coast  of
."  ia • •      tilftna.:    Comineaclni;   :.i   a
chorus,     i     tin   c "',.     Mr,    Eason  post  plantad iwo luiltw nortl   of the
  .,     north-easl eerner ef Lot 2433   thenco
•    aht-a-u,    thence   aasl
i'i' ili.- ciii..i.;«     blieBel     south     JO    chain*,
Ilia     .».-.-,>..--
■   aiitta-io'.nMt. oontfllniag 1140 i I
r ,
■m**o<roi0 P
o
Al
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'th. ■
' earan
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sv.vopsis    of    coal    Mining
REGUIiATIONS.
Ceal mining rights or tlie Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and
Alberta, Ihe Yukon Territory, the
Northwest Tera-ltories and a portion
of tbe Province of'Britisli Columbia,
may bo leased for a lerm of twen-
ty-enc years ai an annual rental of
»1 per acre. Not more than 2,560
aeres will lie leased io one applicant.
Applications tor a li ase in I ■
iiiii.de by the applicant In person to
tiis Agent or'Sub-Agent of the dis-
Wct ia which the rigliis applie" for
are site:it.
. id territory the land
nist be described by sections, or
li i.l subdivisions of sections, and
In unsurveyed territory tlie tract applied for shall be sluiced out by the
applicant   himself.
Kach application must he accompanied by a fee of £5, whicli will be
refunded if the rights applied for
ar.e not available, hut noi otherwise. A reyalty shall be paid on the
msrehaiitable output of tlie mine at
lie late of live cents per ton.
"Bke person operating tjie mine
siall furnish the Agent with sworn
rstunns accounting for the full
quantity of merchantable coal mined
aijd pay the royalty thereon. If the
coiil mining  ri| -.- nol being o]
orateS,  such   returns  should   be  fur
uistieri at lea ■  once ;\ yei i
The   leas ■    will   Include    I In    coal
mining rights only;  but   the   !< n -
may b, I to purchase what
ever a       -    - rights may b
Idered   neo< si   r    to    the   work-
 [   i 10
Per acre.
full    Inf. i
ifcould ' ,, ■    iry   of
flin  I . ,     , |0, p   oi
or . - ' Sub-
i.    i - loa  Lands.
W. W. CORY,
Dei uly  Minister of thi   inl
--,,■-,■:' ,;.;.,; i-:..;;
ARCHITECT
Second  Ave, '•'ear McBrlde SI
H#TEL DIRECTORY
WaNKlwrs  of  the  Prince  iaiipe. t
Wreii*a5tl Vlnltiri'!,' Association
.. sn      .■.'■■■   'loitho
1
'
»'I«W(H'    HOTEL
•""       i  rfa-iH ,'if. and, Eighth SI.
"I. «   Wriffiit,  Prop.
Al
i
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NOTICE   OF   CANGELIiATION    OF
RESERVE.
NOTICE LS HEREBY LIVEN that
the Reserve existing on Detention
Island by reason of a Notice published in the British Columbia Gazette on
the 30th of May, lli|2, is hereby can
celled.
R.  A.   RENWICK,
Deputy Mlnlstei 11 Lands
Departmenl of Lands,
Victoria, B.C .
October   19th,  1914.       o2 I
0o ">iKiocH>i>r>C3 o oafto o ooo oft o o oa
Ut Ai,.l.Vli,t,L
American tjiiii
HOSIERY
WE   WANT   YOU   TO   KNOW
THESE   HOSE
They stood the test when all
g others failed. They give real
g foot comfort. They have no
5 seams to rip. They never be-
g come loose and baggy as the
13 shape is knit in, not pressed in.
I? They are GUARANTEED for
5 fineness, tor s(yli>, for sugerlor-
2 Ity of material and workman-
ft ship, absolutely slain! s.aad to
wear.six month without holes
or replaced   by  uew pairs free.
Our Free Offer
,'i'v one sending us Ollc
•    Ing charges,    -
will  send, subject   to duty, ab-
'     i •  ,
Tnree  pairs ot      i  , famous
BR 1 CAN    SILK
HOSl ;,  written   guaruni.,-,
,,
Ladles'  1?
in  til     Ic,    Fan  oi   V* I
colors, with ntee. X
DON'T     DELA1      -if.*.---     ex- §
'     is whei 'rii,   your    lo- P
color i
•  and    .
I   The   International    Hosiery  Co.  a
i 21   Bitt/i 2
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' mliKioii   «,i   i i
■   ■ -.. &.  .! ' r  : '■
■■" -  iegcribad    muAs   on    the    Wesi
'    Ol    '■"•.    .Ill    1 >l '-<:■)      ,:•■'■■ -.1'-
,   avil' d one mil.'
i . .    , no   I
• ••'  el  Le4 t4ti, tl; nci   noi I
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liHi'tipriiit  Plant   Hutea  BO<   ■'
Per i<«y
■ - •   N   It er,   Props.
IN TME CITY
S   Ausweis all ci lis d«j and nlglii
Phone 99
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