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PRINCE  RUPERT, B.  C,  SUNDAY, MARCH   7,   1915.
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Heavy Artillery Fire
Proved Effective In
Belgium Against Enemy
Paris, March .—An official statement says that in Belgium in tlie
dunes our artillery has executed
very effective living in a heavy attack on  batteries at Westende.
To the north of Arras in our counter-attacks we continued lo make
progress. Here the Germans suffered
a serious cheek.
In Champagne a German counterattack  was repulsed.
In Alsace the progress made by
us in the Vosges extends over 300
metres of the German trenches. On
the evening of the lifth we repulsed
a counter-att_K.lt opposite Uffholtz
and blew up an ammunition depot
there.
NATURE AND ITS
UNEXCELLED BEAUTY
YESTEI!DAY'S   HOCKEY.
In the inter-city hockey series played yesterday Port laud
defeated Victoria by the following score: Portland, 6; Victoria, 2.
AT  OLD   HATES.
While for a time, us advertised, a
red net ion was made in the rates for
auto service In the city, the former
rates have been restored, and the
autos are being operated under that
tariff.
INTERESTING     PAPER    RY    MISS
lALLANM-i:    OF    THE
SCHOOL STAFF.
The Influence of .Valine on the
man  Mind   Described  in
Reading.
11 tr
ill a debate on lhe subjeat  of Xa- ,.
animals she plants the land she has
already prepared and instead of
hard black rocks we see the hillsides covered with shrubs and trees
and smiling meadows of grass and
flowers.
Not only need we look around us
to see the works of nature, nut
when we look above ns there is the
sun by day and the moon and stars
by night, all in tlieir own places,
each doing Its own work and never
in any way failing to perform its
ditty, Eacli morning we rise we
know exactly about what time to
expeel lo see the sunrise and each
[evening   to   see    it   set.    The    moon
and stars   serve  us as well.     What
controls  these  things?   Nature  does.
Is  there  anything  in  this    world
created   by   man   which  does  not  at
Isome   time   fail    us?    Nature    never
the subject of Nature. It was as fol-L
lows:
tare and  Art held  In  the  Methodist
Church a few days ago, an interest-!
ing  paper was   read    by    Miss   Tal-
lander of lhe  Public School  staff on I
oes, and however carefully we copy
her,  we   still   must    fall    very    far
The great Universe  of  whicli   we|short  0l-  reaching her .late of per-
are so small a pari  is all  the work fectlon.
of nature, We look around us anil ,ye Qm n__e a_ |l()W .___
behold great mountains of which we gre.,ter nre the work_ of n.Uure than
almost stand in a wo* ml from these tn(J .V()1...s „r .„., when we _,„,, |n
mountains we see trickling down j,,..,.,. .,..,, nftor al] ,in wlth ,,u ,ts
little streams. Let us follow them Lon(Jerfui attractions is only tlie
and we will liml them growing, un- cppy of nnture herself.'Art. is to until they are greal rivers hastening ture ,vh.lt n photograph is to the
on lo the ocean or 'akes. Even as|i'vlng belngi Tt rpiioHs m8ny 0f the
they  go  we  may  watch  each  do Its resemblances, but Ihe main thing is
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Heavy Train Pulled Out
The train that left yesterday morning over the G. T. P. from
here was tlie longest express train that has yet pulled out of the
yard. There were eleven heavy cars included. In addition-to the
regular sleeper, dining car, day and other coaches, there were
four cars of express refrigerator cars of fish that had been landed
only the night before from the Andrew Kelly. The pay car was
also attached^ to the train.
5*1 lMHlfl)HJH»*_K_*_^J<_«^
l Russian Arms Are
Being Crowned With
Success At All Points
METHODIST CONCERT
MONDAY   NIGHT
On Monday evening there will be
a high-class concert given, when the
following programme will be rendered:
Part 1.
1. Organ  Voluntary. Selected	
    Mrs.  Armstrong
2. Selection       Welch Choir
3. Solo, "Somewhere a Voice Is Call
ing,"  by Arthur Tate   	
FRENCH  STEAMER
AFIRE ON ATLANTIC
Help  Is Being  Rushed  to the Vessel
That Is Reported  in
Distress.
HATE OF  ENGLISH
BY  GERMAN   SOLDIERS
London,  March  6.—A wireless re
port    from    the    Frenel
liner    La
Touraine  says  it  is afire  in latitude
4S.0G   and   longitude   20.14   west  en
route from New York to Havre.
The  steamers Rotterdam,  Swamp-
    Miss   Barnsley I ere,  Cornishman and  Arabic are go-
4. Solo, "Tommy Lad," by E, ,1, Mar-  ing to her assistance. She carries 84
getson       Mr.   Ling j passengers,    including    live    doctors
Mandolin Duet, Selected
Messrs.  Edmunds and Duffy i war.
and nine nurses on their way to the
0. Reading, "When Daddy Plays   de
Banjo,"  by  Inez Parker	
    Mrs.  J.  Chisholm
The cargo also includes 4,49 4
cases of cartridges, 131) machine
guns,   1,200  tons  of   uniforms,   and
7. Flute Solo, "The Tramp," by Pro- -foodstuffs,   and   27.")    bars   of  silver
tere       Mr.   Hoerschel The Valencia  reports the  fire to be
Part 2. | burning fiercely
8. Organ Voluntary, Selected   j .,	
    Mrs.   Armstrong
9. Solo, Selected    .Mrs. Scott
10. Trio, "Praise Ye the Lord,"   by
Adam   Gcibel   	
Messrs.   Mellior and   Armstrong
Miss   Barnsley
11. Solo, "I Know a Lovely Garden,"
by D'Guyd 'hardelot 	
    Mrs.   Ilenimell _*•  Patrick's  Day.
12. Reading, Selected   . ..Mrs. "Brady      On   March   17,  St.   Patrick's    Day
WANTED.
Man or woman or married couple
to take care of house. Rent, phone,
and light free. For further Information apply Box B, Journal Oflice.
mar"-.
13. Solo, Selected    Mr. Davey
14. Selection    Welch  Choir
Please  cul   thi.'  o:'l   aril    living    it
with you.   Admission 25 cents.
PetrOgrad, .March II.—On the left
bank of tiie Memen the Germans
have been driven back behind Hie
railway station at Simno. Also near
Suvalki on the road to l.omza obstinate lighting continues. We dislodged the enemy from a commanding
height on the west side of the high
road  from  Stawiski  to  Loniza.
In tlie Carpathians the Austrians
continue futile attacks in the direction  of Baligrod.
ln Eastern Galicia we are continuing an offensive movement, after
having driven the Austrians from
fortified posiiioHs on the River Itis-
trica, where we captured 1,000
prisoners.
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Interesting Story of the War Told by
a  French Soldier al    the
Front.
in a letter to his sister in England a you m; French officei on service in the neighborhood of St. Mihiel, recently promoted for gallantry on the Held of battle, tells this
story:
"The Germans could think of nothing better to do a tew days ago
than  to  put  on  the  walls   of   their
barracks  at   a large   placard
o  fwhite calico,  on  which  was written:
"Merei   a   la   brave   France—liainej JJUPPI I^S  FOR
a  l'Angleterre."    (Thanks   to   brave .«»»»
France-hate  , to     England.)      Our      CANADIAN SOLDIERS
trenches  are  from  GO  to  90    metres' 	
from   those    of    the    "Bodies"    and MRS.     McMt I.LIN     WILL       HAVE
with  glasses it was easy to read the:       SUPPLY OF YARN To GIVE
placa; ■':   In 'lie evening 1 was on pa-J or."t\ ,'. \c DAYS
trol with  thr_ee good  fellows  of my 	
half section,  and  we-crawled   toward ,WImt   ls  Mos(   *,,.,,.,„,    ,,,.    .,,(,    ,,on
the German  lines till" we  were with-!        Engaged  in   Fighting   ul    tlle
in twenty-five metres or so;  and v.                          Front Now-
hid ourselves in a big hole made by 	
a she11' .Mis.   .1.   II.   .McMullin   will   have   a
1  said  lo  my men:   "I  have given large  s„,,,,,..  ,„■  ...,,.„  U1  g,ve  nm  ,„
yon   socks,   gloves,   cigarettes   and abou,  tP„ davs, .,me ,„   those   w|l(,
other things.  You  know  where theyLlah  t0 (Io knitting 'or tlie soldiers
came   from-—they   were    sent    from
a;  ili,' iron;: Patterns for Red Cross
there will be a grand concert given
in tlie Westholme Theatre. The
programme will he of the usual high
class. mai'5tf
work   day   by   day,  crumbling    down
1 lie migluy mountains and  spreading
lacking—life   reality.   A   photograph
is  often   greatly   treasured   by    us—
STARTING WORK ON
RAISING CITY DAM
them al. the feet of man for bis bul why? Merely because we love
use. So has been bllill up or ground the reality hut cannot have it with
down for man lhe soil withoul which U8, p0r tlie same reason then do
he cannoi live. Then .he may lake It.we treasure lhe works of art. Who
and plain it. hut here again tie of us have ever gone out in the coun-
must slop for lie cannot control try early in the morning when the
nature, If conditions are favorable bud was just rising.and every blade
;i greal harvest of flowers and fruits of grass lias its own drop of dew'
will be the result, but each flower and lias nol tell a strong impulse to'
and each fruit is so carefully fash-, kneel down anil worship something?
loned  am]  guided  by  nature  I hai  it I What was it  we wanted lo worship?
Why, ii  was nature. Only  the reality
could so wholly take control  of our
mind   and   soul.    Could    any    artist,I
1 Continued      on    Page  Three.1
A Force Of Men Went To Woodworth
Yesterday To Continue On The
Construction Work At The Lake
— Plant  Is  Working  Well
does only lis own duty ill I'nis world.
Or perhaps man does not make use
of (his work or nature, she herself
takes  his   place  and    by   wind   and
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Germany Expresses Its Regret
Washington, March 0.—The German government expresses regret thai the hospital ship ...-trias was attacked. It explains that
ile- torpedo which did the damage was iircd before it was ascertained  what  the nature of lhe vessel was.
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The city is starting in on Monday
on the work of raising the Wood-
worth Lake dam lo Ihe additional
helghl of l:: feet. Yesti rday supplies and men were taken in ami
aboul thirty will starl up mi Monday. This work was slopped in Ihe
winter lime as ihe weather conditions were not tlie besl for cement!
work.
The hydro-electric plant is now
working well. The pipe line is being
anchored by cement and steel bands I
wherever there is any danger an-:
ticlpated. When this is all done tl
will be possible to give the pipe line!
a  severe test.
At   lhe   power  house tlle  plant   for
generating  the electricity    is  work-
is in a position  to be tested out.
power as yet  until  lho  whole  plant
ine  iu  Bret-class eondil ion. Tie- go' -
ernor   is   being   operated    by   hand
... :,     _.•*.**     •»._*_
* REGIMENTAL  ORDERS.
*  *
* 08th llegimonl  Carl Grey's Own •
* 1 lilies.
»       ORDERS by  Major .1.  II.  Me- *
* Mr.liin, Commanding, March :!, *
•1915: *
i1       Parades—"A"   Company   will •
* parade at the Exhibition Build-
* tags on  Friday,  March    Ihe  5th, *
* at 7:45 p.m. *
* "B"  Company  will  parade  at •
* the    Exhibition     Building     on
* Thursday,  March  -1th,   al    7:45 «
* p.m. *
* W.  S.   MARSHALL,   Lieut.
* Acting  Adjutant.
England.  I  waul   lo see  no  more  of .supplies,    hospital    sails,    etc.,    will
thai  placard. Let us do away with it.  nlso he available.
We have our arms;  let  us put some!     rh(,  following   Idler  has  been  re-
shols  through  ancl  destroy  it." (,,jv,,(1   by  the   ,    ,,    • ,    _    whlch    is
I
'the  thing  was  done.   I   gave  the self-explanatory:
order to lire, and in three minutes. Dear Madam,—1 have your'letter
only some shreds of lhe stuff re- of lhe lstli Inst., and am sending
mained. Tlie worst of it was that our you  some copies ul' our   Red   Cross
lire    provoked    a   terrible     fusilade
along  the  whole  length  of  Ihe  lino.
pamphlet,  "Suggestions  I'm'   Work,"
which   will give you  full    particulars
We dropped  into the shell  hole and.ns lo our needs.
i
waited till the firing had  finished—      We   do  not    wan!    Hie    heel-less
about half an hour, and then  we re- socks as we (Ind  lhe soldiers do mil
gained  our  trenches.   My  lieutenant|like  them. You   will   And  the  dlrec-
greeled   me   With,   "So    it   was    you tions   for  making  socks   in   tiie   pain-
who   started   thai    fusilade?"    And phlel  which  i am sending   you.    or
when   I   said   "Yes,"  re  asked    what course,     there     are     heel-less     bed
for.   I   explained   Hint    I    was    halt socks  and  operation   stockings,    hut
English, haiing married an  English- socks  worn  by  lighting  men  should
woman, and added that I wanti d to
sec no more of a placard which referred io thai nation in Buch terms.
He "chipped" me for a hit bul when
we were relieved the story was
told to tli" captain, who passed i' on
to tip. colonel. Tie- end of p all . as
a pron i<" of my strl] es as under
lieutenant.
Fobruary Furniture -oil" a' fi ■ ■ ■--
1>. Tile's, nil departments. Recur*
discounts for cnsli. ri "i r
lie     knll      with     heels.     Cheese-cloth
handkerchiefs are acceptable, hut
would ci'- i e you rath ir to concen-
trafte your effort    - ■■
wiih many I; inks tor your co-op-
eral ion,
V"mi    truly,
.    X.  PLtlMPTRE,
Supt.  of Supplies,
Tl c Vancouver brunch of the Can-
led C        Society has received
-"ii    trom    .Mrs.
(Continued  on   Page  Four.l
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Hop.. Price Ellison Explained
Victoria, . I irch G. Ho : : llllsi n r iplh ■' In i ho Legl la
ture today to thi charge ol having boughl blooded cattle froi
■   ■ Colon:   Pai i . valued al   * (0 for $25
Hi- stal 1 fhal the deal had not been financially favorable to
& him, On i " other hand, he had lost considerably, as the stock
_     was   nol    ip  I IcatiO!
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1915
PRINCB   RUPERT   JOURNAL
prince .-Super* journal
Telephone  t:.8.
O. H. KELSON, Editor.
Office: 128 Third Avenue East,
near McBride Street. Telephone 138;
Posi office Box 607.
DAILY   EDITION.
Published   every   morning   except
Monday.  Delivered by  carrier in the j
city at ih" following r:|ie, if paid In
advance:
    $5.00
 $2.50
Oil"   Vear
Six   Monti :
T   -   i    Months
n
$1.25
In   ad'
ing influence on the public mind.
The submarine can be guarded
against effectively, and ii will remain for the big ships to give the
final decision. Greal Britain can
await, the verdict without fear.
—  o	
KAISER IS RICHEST
MAN  IN  GERMANY
Emperor   William   Derives    Five   Million    Dollar--   Annually    From
Maui  Varied Investments.
Contains a lion I  2%   lbs.
$1.50
'ION.      __
pub] day       ' circu-l    That the Kaiser is tlie richest man
latlon    oul '"''       a I anj
^^^-__-_-^_____________Ka.    _,!..>•_,_kpH   In
as made, wa -
Rupert at $2.00 a year, addressed to
poin-    In C eat    o
all   points   In  thi Kin
the   Uniti _   3tates  oi   - I be)    toi       i
'■'    ntrl    .
Advertising  Rates  1 'pun  Application
.:■
vi''-*'
Sunday,  .March  7,   1 '-11 5.
I'lll.   ADVANCE
PREPARING   Milt
The lirsi Canadian Expeditionary
Force is at lhe front, and all of
Canada awaits with confidence tlie
news that they have acquitted themselves like brave Britishers and true
Canadians, Some weeks ago a Canadian aviator, returned from the
western .firing line, estimated that
Britain had then in France 780,000
men, and could land on the Continent another million at any lime desirable, says an exchange. Probably
that, second million includes the 25,-
000 Canadians now being assembled
In Northern France, this marshalling
of a great army being preparatory
to a general advance of the Allies
in the western arena. Military writers estimate thai this offensive move-
menl will take place about the first
of .May, since by that time there
Will have been transported to France
all :he necessary artillery, draught
animals, transport wagons, and gen-
1 a*'
era] supplies for a million and a half
or more British troops.
With the British army in the
field there will co-operate a French
Ugh i ing force of two and a half million men, and the Belgian army,
still no insignificant tactor, but a
strong fighting lore, and eager for
thi supreme opportunity to avenge
the waste of their land. Tims four
million men will be ready for the
advance against the Germans when
the time comes to dispense with
trench warfare and move forward to
the bugle call
AN  EXPERT OPINION.
Lord Charles Beresford, one of
tin- most renowned of British admirals, lias pricked one of Germany's bubbles in pointing out that
German submarines will not, as
some have anticipated from the
German threat, "run unlock.' lie
says Germany will sink neutral
ships only with a purpose in view,
and he Inquires as to her purpose,
Germany's Quixotic threal to neu-
n . has not fooled keen observers
In lie ai III ilain. They realize thai
Germany will nol recklessly provoke
the neutral world to wai. II was pan
of i he stage management to ; sue
-.-. ith ile- "blockadi " stutemenf title
warning to neutrals. If neul ral ships
are sunk the German commander
w ho -inks them will ic- bci ing under
orders, and will be fill 1111 Ing a purpose "i Iginated al Berlin.
Lord Charles refuses to gel excll
ed over the German submarine menace, lie thinks the public is going
too far In this matter, and thus he
shares the views of the great majority of naval experts. The naval
warfare, with the German (feel held
in port, has assumed such shape thai
Germany can use bill one of her
weapons, slu- has done some execution v. lib lu r submarines, truly, bul
in the opinion ol this old sailor
Biven several times, British mistakes
have accounted for as many disasters as German submarine efficiency
has secured.
The confidence with which Lord
Charles Beresford speak., of the
' leasun s taken to iirotei I against
submarines ought to have a reassur-
• ■ en . au-
ll | H ■ Idi ' . . In, :
short time ago. His income anuuallj
reaches I million pounds si irling
derived from bis | "..- - -ions valued
ai  approximately  $100,000,	
Apart from the Kaiser-'s fortune,
his son. ihe Crown Prince, has a
separate income of £50,000, drawn
from property valued at nearly £1,-
000,000, while the Kaiser's brother,
Prince Henry, enjoys some £30,000
a year on account of an estate worth
£25,000,0110,
The Kaiser's fortune has been
mainly built up by investments in
many businesses. He has some very
large holdings in the big German
steamship lines, is extensively interested in the diamond mine enterprise
es of German West Africa, owns forests and lands to the value of three
and a half millions, carries on a
large lumber business, and has a
horse-breeding establishment in
Western Prussia which brings him
in a handsome revenue. Furthermore, lie has greal financial Interests in a municipal lager beer brewery at Hanover, and founded an ex-'
tensive pottery factory on his pri
vatc estates at Cadinen.
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Product No.
SPLENDID FOR  PLUMBERS
The sale of Product No. 99 is strictly
confined to the high-class supply
houses. Its cost of manufacture is
therefore not affected by Dept. or
"price cutting store" influence that
so often drives manufacturers to the
use of inferior chemicals and processes. Nor is the dealer allowed to
reduce the retail price under penalty
^^^^^^^^^^     of    having    his    supply    terminated.
A POWERFUL SOLVENT FOR
CLOGGED OP DRAIN PIPES
"llu"  destroys accumulations  if  lint,    paper,    cloths,    hair,    slime,
grease,   vegetables,  soap,   I'ruii niul  many others,   ll  is harmless H(
lines plumbing,
DON'T AUG! I' DON'T    PUT   OFF TEST    IT
This preparation  has been so generally    successful    In    clear
drains that it is bought over and  over  again   by   those    who    have
tried it, but Inasmuch as no on   can know the actual condition enisling within a pipe it  It- absotttely impossible for the manufaotur-
er or the dealer to guarantee tin   result.
CEEM:CAL PRODUCTS CO., NEW YORK
HARRY HANSON
G. T. P. S. 3.
Sailings fer Vancouver
Victoria and Seattle
S.S.  Prince  George every  Friday lit !> a.m.
S.S. Prince John at 7 p.m. on Sunday,. larch      14, 28, etc.
For Massett and Port Clements  S.S. Prime John 10 p.m.   Saturday,
March    li, 30, etc.
For Skitlegute,  Lockeport, etc., S.S.  Prince John   11   p.m.   Sunday,
Morel   7. 21, etc.
For Stewart and \aas River __s. Prince John !>   a.m.   Wednesday,
.lurch   :o, 24, etc.
I   Pur Anyo.v   (Granby  liny)   S.S. Prince Geo
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ni'silay
rgc midnight every Wed-
KAy... AY  SCHEDULE
G.T.I
Trains leave Princ,. Unpen fci INince George, Edmonton, Melville,
'Winnipeg, etc., at 10 a.m., Wednesdays anil Saturdays, connecting   with   trains   I'm   Si. Pnul, Chicago ami .ill   points   <■■•  t,
Trains
arrive  from  the
on  Thursdays and Sundays at 0.30 p.m.
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G.T. RAILWAY SYSTEM
The   Doubb-triick    Koiile
Prem Chicago to Toronto, Hamilton,   Buffalo,
Monlreal,    etc.,    etc.
Coal, Cement, Plaster and Brick
AND A COfirLETE LINE OF BUILDERS' SUPPLIES
First Avenue       Prince Rupert        Telephone 186   |
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Rifles and Shot Guns
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|        Camping Supplies
SHINGLES, MOULDINGS, SASH, DOORS
Prince Rupert Lumber Co.
Altogether tlie Kaiser owni about
forty    castles    and    country    houses
valued   at   ,C _,iiiiii,oijo.   ahd    varioun  „^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
property    in    Berlin,   approximately||   PHONE 101, P.O. DRAWER 18-15 830 SECOND AV
ivorth   £1,000,000.  In seven  dirfei'enij|gknH»«£HHroott]W-_W
provinces   he  owns  seventy-four
laics,   comprising  close   on    500,000
ai res,
It is Interesting io note thai ever
-ince Germany began to make preparations I'm' a great war the Kaiser
has been investing immense sums of
money on Hie other side of the Atlantic, lie is one of thc largest land
owners in the Western States—not
in his own name, of course—and
owns a considerable section of pro-
pony in Hie west ot Canada. So notorious is the fact, that it was at one
time a standing joke at Vancouverj
that, although the Kaiser was aj
large owner of properly in a certain
district, he declined to join the loi
ratepayers' association, which would
have been materially assisted in iis
propaganda by the use of his name.
According to financial experts the
Kaiser's numerous investments in
America can mean only one tiling.
'I'o quote the words of one of IheBel
experts: "Tbey Indlcati very plainly
Hun Hio Kaiser, ::: 'lie time \\ hen I"-;
was preparing to slake the fortunes
ol his quest oi western Europe, wai
also preparing lor the United Statei
ami the neighboring Dominion In
i- r hi had io esi ape to thai pari
of the world,
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■ ny part <»l tlie world apply lo the (J.T.P. Ticl_«l Oilice, Third
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Notice is hereby given Hint on the!
..rst day of April ncvl application
will be made to Hie superintendent
Of Provincial Police and to tlie I
Board of License Commissioners for
Hie city of Prince Rupert for per-l
mission to change the site of the
wholesale liquor business now carried on by the undersigned company
from its present premises, namely
I.ols Hi and IT, Block I I. Section I.'
Situate on Second Avenue, City of
Prince Rupert, to premises situate
on Lots 15 ami Hi, Blocli '.'.2, Section I. on Fraser Street, in (he City
of Prince Rupert,
Dated this _7th of February, A.11.j
101.".
Beaver   Wholesale    Liquor    I'oiiipan
oi   Prince   Rupert,  Ltd.
f28mar2S C.  A. SWEET,  Mgi
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HEAD    OFFICE:   MONTREAL ESTABLISHED
Capital     $  11,560,600 M^^^
Reserved   Fund !.   12,500,000
Total   Assets     $185,000,000
Savings Hank  Department—.$1  will open an accounl
Branches   Throughout   Canada ami Hanking Connections Willi All
Parts of the United States. Agents Throughout the World.
H.  I*.  WILSON,  Manager        - - Prince    Hupert    Branch
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Sunday,  March  7,  1915.
NATLlTE AM)  ITS
UNEXCELLED  BEAUTY
(Continued from Page   One.)
however great, paint those mountains with the background of delicately tinted sky and the glitter of
snow on lhe peak, or the water beneath in which they are reflected?
Or could lie show the liny buttercups at our Tei t holding up lhe
sparkling bead of dew'.' Or has anyone ever been able io put on canvas
Hie sun, as we saw it in all Its
glory? And il lie could do this, then
lu- could not make us fi I the thrill
of pleasure which the realit; docs
fiu he has not ihe clear, pure morn ;
Ing; air to BUrround ns wiih as we
■ :; ;     upon   his  work.
So   also   wore   hi-    to    painl    tliel
as he did, but while we may to a
certain extent do this, yet we know
that the pleasure is not even half
ours. Only nature herself could relate to us all the wonderful beauty
of the Trossachs and Loch Catrine
at the close of a summer's day.
Other writers such as Longfellow
and Wordsworth have been inspired
to works of an by works oi' nature.
In Wordsworth's poem, To Daffodils,
we truly find a great ileal   of pleas-,
aa
seen some very good pictures of
them too. Still wo see art fall so
far short of the reality that she had
a very humble idea of them compared to tlie reality. Only this could
make tho correct impression on her
mind.
So it is wiih waterfalls and vol-
canoes, Nothing can truly picture to
us the terrible beauty of these
things  but  nature  herself.
I        -  think for a moment of ihe
nol know how many have listened
to tin- skylark v. hi. h Is found in
Great  Britain,  bul   l   know    hai   no
ure,  but  did   it  nol   really  creati     11 plant   iii'1  we  see  around   us.    How
io  .-co such a   li'-hl   am!   to the      tiniest,      mosl      Inslgnlflc i
feel   the  spring   breeze   which    blev   flower  is  as carefully   fashioned   as
the  daffodils,  in  oar   lac.-?    So   well       ;  i and   si  attractive, ami
1  .   i .!  beyond  his nn  to ihe reality:every   tiny    threadlike   leaf or  petal
I in  nature.  So  also  in   his  poems  to has   some   particular    work   to   do.
birds.  All  cause us to wish   for lhe-How  everything  in   the  life of that
reality, lanl  is as carefully guided   by na-
(i:-  whal   writei   who '  led  to  pic- ''-",p  ',s ar,J trje greatest  enterprises singing  unseen  in  the blue  In
a  tin-ill  or  p]
nature  has  dressed   and  blessed   us
with.   We   need   not   think    of   the
gaily  colored   birds  of   the    tropics,
but look at our own native birds. If
we examine   tlieir   plumage   closely
we   will  see  that   each    feather   is
carefully  tinted  and    fashioned   and
only   ihe  most   correct  colors    used.
Then  let ns examine the mosl  carefully painted picture am!  I am  sun
we  win  find  thai  no  human   hands nature outbalan     the     orks of arl
could painl thi       - athi rs to in- any
n ay near ; li" re illty iii beauty.
would seem very imperfect. But are
there not real characters around us
who seem far less perfect anil yet
who have done far more for our
lives than these Ueros and heroines
ever could. They are able to exert
tlieir reality on our behalf ami ii
means a greal deal io us to be able
to feel tlieir warm handclasp. So
en   .  love all  I  think  Ihe ■-.-'   _
Hi nci - -    ; ;;,     mi     el
Bul ihi     ',: birds—-I il 'i   art,   thi
Engines   installed   and    General.
Repairs
O.xy-Acetylene   I'lant    In    Connection
Phone Red  150 Third Avenue
i. fi. M.D1TCH
Contractor and Buildei
Estimates given "n all classes of
work, whether small oc large. I'er.
sonal attention given to every Item.
I'M'-' 321
must   ever  tall   far  short    fur
think    "l   mo
[vers, brooks   bendi,  ''
lover or the  line"   music e\   .   writ- or man, arl   bul us 'lu- photo-
' "i could sit on .   .. op n sum-lgraph    while    natt   ■     givi      ns    ;  ■
mer's  'lay  and   li-1- n to     hat    bird
most   glorious   sunset   he  ever  saw.l
could   he   make  us   reel  the  restful ture   to  us  the   ,-oo|    shady    woods!°n_ered  upon  by  'he  cleverest  men.jv. ithoul   feelin
"3B Al
holy feeling which till- our hearts
when we are out along wiih nature
it the close of such a day.
Alany writers have given us souk'
onileifiil word pictures. Among
these   are    Byron,    in    his    Italian
brook  rannin::  Mature    does    not    leave    Ihe    little such  as  he  has  never  fell   before.
no.,' ,i babbling
through it, could afford us the rest things, but does everything perfectly.
anil refreshment such a place could And while talking ol' these flow-
after a busy day in the city? jers, I wonder if it. lias ever occurred
Win'!,- on tiie prairie I met a to us how very hard it would !«' to
young lady  who  had   lived  all   her mi_ colors to tint correctly some of
reality and  If w<   come down to the
eason  for thi i lority   of
nature over art, is ii  not this:   Art,
however   perfect,    Is  the     work   of
of  Na
if 'i DERICIi   I'l.'l KKS,  K.C,
Barrli I I Notary Publi.
OlTice  in
EXCHANGE BLOCK
Scenes, and  Sir Waller Scott, in  his life  there  but  who  had  just rei urn- j 'lie   simplest   flowers.     Artists    have
Lady  of  the   Luke.   One  of  the  hitter's pieces we recall as follows:
"The western waves of ebbing day,
Rolled o'er the glen tlieir level way,
Each purple peak, each flinty spire,
Was bathed in
When we read this what do we
immediately find ourselves doing?
Why, we try lo place ourselves jusl
where  Fitz .lames stood  and to feel:
ed from a visit to the Rockies andibcf'» V(n'> successful we admit, but
she could not talk enough of the'™"''! any hunch of roses or violets
wonders of these great mountains.| painted ever so accurately and deli
She    said    she   could   never
v,ave I cutely give us the pleasure the per-
dreamed they were half so high and turns of such would, even If we
majestic and wonderful. Nor had co"l- '"" l°rjk "1>°" tl'eir beauty,
oods of living fire." I she ever been able to picture such' Coilld any poem or picture create
blue lakes as she had come across1'" om' hearts the feeling of thank
among these mountains. Yet she|tulness that i(1 c""'s »»°" we look
had read all the great descriptions! "u°n acres of grain ripe and ready
of tliese mountains and all other to be gathered' in.
greal   ranges   and   lakes,    and    had|     Then  there are  the   birds   whicli
For the Household
Delivered to your kitchen
door, like groceries
udweiser
175,000,000 Bottles Yearly
That was the demand for Budweiser last
year.
The Anheuser-Busch Plant covers today
more thun 142 acres-— equal to 70 city
blocks. It gives steady employment to
6,000 people, and to 1,500 more In its
branches.
Every process, every room, is Immaculate.
Every bottle is Pasteurized and inspected.
This Quality-Plant, started nearly 50 years
ago, is a model of modern facilities.
Tho hundreds of visitors who go through
every day know that nothing of lis kind
could be made any better than Budweiser.
Anheuser-Busch, St. Louis
' Wordsworth  has tried  to describe mere  nl;ul'  whl,€ ""' worlt
to  as  this  bird  and  to one knowing "
its  habits,   it  is  very  beautiful    indeed  and  quite  real,   lint    compared
with   the   reality   ii    falls    very    far
short,
Skeena   Land    District—District
'I-,...,.,   Charlotte Islands,
of
TAKE XOTICE that Peter Piombo,
of  Prinee  Rupert,    B.C.,   occupation
DUt j Prospector, intends to apply for permission to prospect for coal and  pe-
with the other birds. Does not their|troleum over the following described
Xot   only   with    the   skylark
The Largest Plant of Its Kind
in the World
Some of lhe Principal
Buildings
twitter and song in the spring fill
our hearts with a strange hope and
joy as if nature has kept her promise to us and we can look forward
to her keeping other promises? We
may say many written songs do
much the same, but is there the
reality about it that there is in the
birds? Is it not an imitation of
something else? I do not think
there is the freshness to it there is
to the birds.
And does not the habit of the
birds going south' In the fall, away
from cold and danger of winter, inspire in us a feeling of trust and
protection? For if nature has so
carefully guided and eared for these
smaller things, will she not do mor-
for us who are greater by far. than
these.   '    .   .
We must not, however, think only
•' lainting by brush or pen, and
ci ' ic, but let us consider the works
ol' the sculptor. He truly has done
many things for us and is very
cl er indeed. lie iias given us as
ucar as he could the great people of
the past, lie has even given us a
greal idea of I he tods and goddesses
of (lie pasl. lu some groups by
famous sculptors we find old stories
of love and sacrifice ami the greal
people of the pasl seem very near
to ns, bul could the eyes of these
' eople bill look upon us and could
we but see tlieir lips quiver In a
smile would we for a second gaze
upon their images in cold marble!
Or in such works as The Dying
Gladiator, or The Father, with His
Two Sons In the Coils of the Serpent, could we for one moment gaze
upon their sufferings without being
moved with the most heart-rending
sorrow. One thing, however, is lack
ing in all the works of art.
Some sculptors cud artists have
:' led to picture to us scenes of
love Buch as a mother or rather
with their children, bul all their efforts convey to our minds as much
In an hour as looking at the ■ 11
dren and parents In reality tor a
iiiiiineni will Can anj artl il . holly
reproduce the look of love which a
mother casts on her child or ll e
look of trust which it returns.
So also with hale or envy, while
we may shudder al the reproduction
on canvas or in marble, could we
but see ihe reality'for one moment
we would turn away almost stricken
Willi grief and  fear.
Besides the artist and sculptor,
pools and writers have given us
many beautiful pictures of the characters and dispositions of men and
women. Among these 1 think Longfellow": Evangeline, and Tennyson's
Enoch  Anion are  rery beautiful and
I have often though! I would have
liked to meet Evangeline and to
have  seen   her  lace,   for   I   am    sure
II musl have showed a beautiful
character, Here again, then, we look
from art io nature herself and I am
sure  that  could  we  have  met   thesi
lands on ,'ie West Coast of Graham
Island: Commencing at a post planted three miles nortli of the north-east
corner of Lot 2-137, tlience north 8(1
chains, thenee west SO chains, tlience
south Sll chains, thence east 80
chains, to point of commencement,
containing 040 acres more or less.
ja29 PETER   PIOUDO.
Date loeated, December 3rd, 1914.
DR. CILROY, DENTIST
Crown  and  Bridge  Work  a
Specialty
Oilice:  Smith    Block,   Third   Avenue
A. FAULDS, M,I. M.E.
Consoling ..lining Engineer
Examinations   and    development    of
Coal, Metal, Oil. Etc.
709 Duusmuii  St.       Vancouver, E.C.
HAIRDRESSING
PARLORS
Massage,   Manicuring,   Scalp   Treatment, Electric Treatments, Etc.
Mrs.   N. I..  Handasyde, Prop.
211 Third St. PKINOE RTJPER1
Skeena   Land    District—District
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Peter Piombo,
of Prinoe Rupert, B.C., occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for permission to prospect for coal and petroleum over lhe following described
lands on the West Coast of Graham
Island: Commencing at a post planted five miles east and one mile nortli
of the uorth-east corner of Lot 2486,
thence  north   SO  chains   llience  east waterwor    ,   Water    Power,     ."  ■-,:
SO  chains,  thence soutli   SO   chains,  - ,,       _        .
Ihence  west  SO  chains,  to  point   of j instruction. Reports,  Plans, Domln-
commencement, containing 640 acres
more or less.
ja29 PETER   PIOMBO.
P.O. Box 1714 Telephone 448
RITCHIE,   AGNEW!  &   CO.
Civil Engineers and Surveyors
Prince  Rupert,   B.C.
'Waterworks,   Water    Power,
Date located, December 4th, 1914,
of
on  and   Provincial  Land  Surveying,
aiectri. Blue Printing, Negatives and
White Prints
Phme Blue  188 Res.  Phone  .9J
UP-TO-DATE
Skeena   Land    District — District
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE NOTICE thai Poter Piombo,
of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for per-
mii don io prosp id for coal cad petroleum over the following described
hinds on  the   iVest  Coast of Giuliani!
-  I:  "'  a a post pl miri C   £__Vf   ff\Ai
led Bvc miles east and   me mile ao i___9UljC   rul    cl/Ai.
el' tiie north-easl coiner of Lot _.3_,  |a handled by us
eni .■ north  80 chains, thenco '
80   chains,   tlience  south   80
thence   oast   SO   chains,   lo
UMDSArS CARTAGE & 8TUIM6L -
G   T.   !'.  CARTA.-E   VGENT8
881    SECOND    AVENUE
..11 orders reel'."
prompt attention   Phone No. ._.
Poinl  of Ph        9„
commencement, containing 640 acres
more or  loss,
j:;_. PETER   PIOMBO,
Date located, 4th  D ci mber, il>1-l
Skeena    Land    Dislrict     Districl    o
-.pi -en Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE  NOTICE  thai   I,  D.   Hog;;,
of Queen  Charlotte City,  occupation
Farmer, intend to apply for permis
sion  to  purchase  the  following   de
scii.ed lands:  Commencing al a pos
planted    at     the    _outh-we_t     coi
mr of (louden    island    in    Bearskin
Bay, thence  easterly  tlience  norther
ly,  i In u: '■   '.'..-. •  . Ij,  : hem e   .out hei
y, following slice line to  poin;   of
ommenc-iii' nt,  containing   tiie acres
nore or less.
DANIEL  HOGG.
Dated 6th February, 1915 tl3
HE  lll(.:l   COST Ol'    Ul ING   KE-
lirci.li 11V BUVTN'G VOIR
liesi  Quality   Domestic   Lump   Coal
$0.50 P.-r Ton
liesi  Qunlit)  Washed   Nm  Conl
SH..7." Per Ton
DELIVERED
—THE—
Union   Transfer  Co.
Prince Rupert, I!."'.. Phone :wi
i'.H.   Box   38
Pacific Cartage United
General   Teaming
Furniture   Moving  a   Specialty.
When you buy COAL buy the BEST
— Ladysmith   Lump  or  Comox
Washed  Nui
Tlie Cueen Charlotte
Oil Fields Limited
Oilice will open  today in  l.iuv-l.ntler
Building foi  sale of a limited
amount of   Treasury stock
GEO.   V.   MAODONALI),    Ser.-Trcu..
'""."  .'""'
HAYNER BROS
l'ii i r Funeral  Directors nnd
l.tnliuliiiei-s       I Ipi a     Hay     and
Mglii     Ladies'    Assistant    In
A-tenda	
PHONE 86,    Tin THIRD AVB
Princef Rupert Journal
SOc. per Month
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A.  E   Rand, Preeiiieiit. J- _■ P_ar«e, Manager.
THE PRINCE
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MANUVAOTI. RHUS
DOOB6,   SASH,   _tA_yri___S.   HOH.W.-W,    SVCBOU.     USD    HANI'
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Factory and office: Hf?w_»rti  Avei    ■,  Bay.     «?     Ctrele
i-tir-  rl    B.C.
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people lho pictures we have of them '^15khkk:b?Wx»i>-Oi^>_-_0<^
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Sunday, March 7, 1915.
PRIN01   RUPIRT   JOURNAL
4fl
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GRANITE
_RANITE  of  best  quality  and  thoroughly  tested  for  sale
Cut  Stone  or  Crushed   Koch   in
Quantities
iGIL 3. McLEOI)      Phone Green 217
OCEAN FISiF CO,
f'ri.-li  Fish Arrivlniy livery  Day
,'itslde Oiders Promptly Vttended To
phone BLUE -■>:■>
Skeena  Land  District —  District of1
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
TAKE XOTICE that Andrew W.
MaeLean, of Prince Rupert, B. C,
occupation Carpenter, intends to apply for permission to prospect for
eoal and petroleum ovor the following described lands on the West
Coast  of Graham  Island:   Commenc-
■ .i : ;- || inti 11 two miles north
end one mile easl of the north-east
corner of Lol 2435, tlience north Si
chains, them '    -
south   80    cl   : is,    thenee    wesi    80
hail a to poinl of i u unn ti ment,
containing 610 aci
AND 1EV     W.      .     '• '"'■"-
flS Agent,  Peter  Piombo
Date located  23rd  Decei il er, 1014.
PHONE So4
P.O. BOX 60
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Bat
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OLISH1NG AND
WAL.L TINTING
HIGH-GRADE    INTERIOR
DECORATING    A    SPECIALTY
Martin Swanson
SECOND AVE IEAR McBRlDE
KHS SHKW 00000000000 0
CANADIAN STEAM i
LAUNDRY
NOW OPEN  FOR  BUSINESS
JfTjatest and Approved Methods
llOnly   Skilled    Operators   Kin-
ployod
Phone us and ive will call for a
trial   bundle
Note   our   address:
515   SIXTH    AVENUE    WEST
Skei nu   Land    Dis  'I '     DI trlcl    of
Charlotte Jsl.'nd.-.
TAKE ••■iTli E that Peti    Piombo,
o! prince  ..up irt,   B.C.,   occupation
p ,.        or, Intends to applj   for permission n oal    ud pe
'...,. ,'.i lb' :
:   .        Grain
Island    ■       '■                          oat planted   Hue    mill .-   north   and   Ol 11 I
the uprth-east corn.'.'   >' Lot
2 137, thenci   north 80 chain:    I     .-   .
easl   80    cl aius,    thence    south    80
chains,  then"-    wesi   80    ohains,    lo
polni  of coi imencement,   containing
640 acres more or less,
ja29                      PETER   PIOMBO.
Hate looatod, December Jrti, 1014
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1 PERSONALS |
_ _
^__HW_^M<BKH_^_^3i-<_^KHK^^^
A. E. Rosevear of the G. T. P. was
a  passenger  out  yesterday  morning.
F, G, Dawson left by the G. T. P.
train yesterday morning for Edmonton.
Mrs. M. .1. Hobin, accompanied
by Mrs. Hobin, Sr., left yesterday
for the ' asl on a visit.
' . Dr. S] i ncer oi Porl Simpi on
Is In the cit; Hi ill | re In the
i        odisl   Cl      .     '"day.
R  - I ir. ten Idge,   Modi rator   of
tin   P Ian      lurch in Canada,
left y 'da              n         the Princ
Georg tor I e li terior.
G. R. N iden li t yesti rdaj moi a-
ing for Terrace, where I"   lasl nighl
dresi ed the citizens there on the
subject of  Hoards  of Trade.
Dan  Mcllvray lefl  yesterday morn-
ling for Scotland.  He erpects to en-
service    abroad     A    large
Andrew's Society  gathered  at  tlie train
to see him off.
DISSOLUTION   JTOTICE.
TAKB NOTICH Oat the firm
Ritchie, Asnew *> Co. has keen dis
salved uvea the 31st if ot January
A. D. 1815, _nd that all aceouiu. ow
ing te the firm will be collee.ed _r
J. Frad Ritekie, for tke konjllt of
the partners, and tbat all account!
owing by the firm wili be paid by
the snid .1. Fred Ritchie, on aeooum
of the firm. Dated at Prince Rupert
B.C., this 4th day of February, A. D
1815.
J.    FRED   RITCHIE.
A. B. WRIGHT.
i". T.  Heward   i witness to both   slg
natures i. fSniari
■ of! list   for
number  of  members  of  the  St
SIPP
TES FOR THE
CANADIAN   SOLDIERS
Phone No. 8
Canadian Steam  Laundry
.;...-    -       ■>'    .■HHi->^.-_._l^_^_^_«-^l«^c^
Skeena   Land     District.—District
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
TAKB "NOTICE Uiat Poter Piombo,
of  Prince  Rupert,   B.C.,   occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for permission to prospect for ccal and pelroieum over lhe following described
nds on the West Coast of Graham
I Island:  Coinmoncing at a post, plant-
5$ |ed live miles eact of the   north-easti
S[corner  of  Lot  2-135,  thenco  east  SOJ
2  chains,    thenco     south     80     chains,:
Slthonce west 80  chains, thence nortli
S|S0   chains,   to   point    of    commence-'-
Si ment, containing 640 acres moro ar Plumptre, superintendent of supplies
5'less, at     the   headquarters   in    Toronto:
Si ia29 PETER   PIOMBO.
Sj     Date located, December 4th, 1944.    Col.  Hodgetts cables for large sup-
0| ; 1 ply  hospital  suits,  blue  serge    lined
efjwitli   flannelette,    with    red    collars
land ruffs. Apply for patterns if needed,   also   bandages,    dressings,    lint,
gauze,    red     pocket     handker-
Skeena   Land   Dlstrlcl   - - Districl  of
Queen  CharlStte Islands.
TAKE NOTICH thai Andrew W.
MaeLean, of Pri»ce Hunan, I!. C,
occupation Carp_ntor, intends io apply for permiinlon to prospect for
c.eal and pAi-roleum over the following described lands on tke Warn
Coast of drabs Inidlsna
Coast of Graham Island: Commencing at a post piautad one mile north
and two nijl.i east of th* nortlr-east
corner of Lot 2433, thence narth ia
chains, thence weat SO chains, thence
south SO chains, thence ea»t SO
chains to point of commenaamenl,
containing G40 acres more or lass.
ANDftSW W. MacLEAN.
flS Agent,  Peter  Piombo.
Dale  located,  23rd  December,.! 914
-.iVIOABI.I.     WATERS      PROMO-
TION ACT.
R. S. C. Chapter   1*5.
1<l_e le_i»<.i*l«l Oil Company hereby
tire antiee t__a_ i: has under 9eo-
i_an T of the above Act, d"»o__t_.d
wtik the MSfcister df Public Werta. at
-Vt-wna, aad in tlie oilice of tbe Vis-
Mat _U»H-S-_anr of the Prince Rupert
..-Mid T-esrtserataon District at Prince
pHtogaat, B.8., a description <rf the
_.*» ijiri (_« . plans of the wharf and
Ktj>rot:o» <--,.(n-.- ": to lie buJU in
Px_nee Itupert Harkor. BriMah #o-
iutukla, ia tront of Waterfront
Sleek "•". aeoording ta reas__*«r»d
aPhui af the Townsite of bk_. said
<Mty of Prince Rupert deposited in
tke sieresaid Land Registry Office
as No. _■J8.
A...D TAKE NOTICE that after
-Us aKplratian of one nimilli from
(fi« date of the first piibllcatien of
tli is aatioe, the s;.id l-mperial Oil
db_a_fu_y will under Seellon 7 of the
ni'.tl Art appl) to .ho Minister of
"uhlie Werks ai his oflicve in the iH■ >•
•f Ovta-nt for approval of the said
site .»ri pi_as and Cor leave to construe! the .isid wharf and  approach,
DATfD at Prince Rupert, ft.P.,
*_is _.__'d day oi Fakruafy, A. D.
__MS. 4w-_4
TkJrH  IftlPBR-lAL OIL COMPANY.
NOTICE is hereby given that   on
the 23rd day of March next applica
tion  will  be  made  to   the   Superlr.
tendent  of  Provincial  Police  and  to""
the   Board   of  License    Commiseion-
ers for the City of Prince Rupert for
permission to remove the license for
the sale of liquor by wholesale from
the premises known as Lots li and
10,  Block 32,  Section   1, situate   .:t
Frazer  Street  in  the  City  of Princa
Rupert,   to   the   lands   described    as
Lots 19 and 20, Block 23, Section 1',
on Third Avenue in the said City ot
Prince Rupert.
DATED   this   2011.   day  of   Febru
ary,  1815,
PRINCE   RUPERT  IMPORTING CO.
IJMITBD.
W.  II. Marshall, Manager
121 ma r2 2 Applicant.
(Continued  from  Page  One.)
01S<HK1IKH. OW_H3<_W_<HKBKHKKro
Capt. J. McGee
M.M.S.A.
.Masters and Mates prepared
for examination. Oompass adjuster.
Phone Red 502 g
"NAUTICAL   ACADEMY"      5
Hclgei'Mon   Block,  opposite      S
Royal   Hotel S
000000 -a._i.-_H. 000 s-G-a-a-o 00 _. 0-a
IKHKH>l_«-_-_-_-__ CH> p n wy_< <KH5 »_H3-a 0
SAFE OhPOSIT BOXES  I
For Rent
Skeena   Land    District—District
Queen  ©harlol      Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that 1 eter Piomko,
of Pnince Rupert, B.C., occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for per-'and
mission to prospect for    oal and P<?-1 chiefs, tobacco and cigarettes. Wan.
Irolouai over lhe following  described!
lands on  the West Coast of Graham |no more mufflers, helmets, mitts, or
Island:  Commencing at a post plant- neavy underwear"
ed  five  miles  east of  the  north-east.;
earner of Lot 2435, thence north   ,0 °	
chains, thenco east 80 chains, theaca      n,,„„„„. ,    „„„ „„,,,,„ „„„ ,,,„ .„„,
,   '„„      .    . ,, a    •_      tiioeeries-—Our prices are the low-
south   SO    chains,   thence    west    SO j
chains,  to  point  of   commencement,|est in 'own. You will save money on
almost every a: dele. Give us a trial
containing (140 acres more or les:
ja2S PETER   PIOMBO.
Dale located, December 4th, 1914.
REASONABLE    HATES
THE 5
Continental Trust   ,
Company
5-_BKl«. !. 0r-*O00OCrO00O _HSa-_KK.
The Horning Journal
50c. per month
Skeena   Land    District—Dislrict    of
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Peter Piembo,
of Prince Rupert, B.C., occuiratian
Prospector, intends to apply for permission Ui prospect for coal and petroleum over the following described
lands on the West Const of Graham
Island: Commencing at a post planted five miles east of the north-east
corner of Lot 2425, thence north SO
chains, _ht-!ice west SO chains,
thence south SO chains, thence east
SO chains, to point of commencement, containing 040 acres more or
less.
j_29 PETER   PIOMBO.
Dale located, December 4th, 1914
order today. Phone 123. Prompt delivery, Mussallem & Co., 423 Fifth
Are. East.
 o—	
TENDERS   WANTED.
Tenders will be received by the
undersigned up to 5 p.m., Monday,
March 8, for the purchase of the
City's old Garbage Scow. Highest or
any  fender nol   necessarily accepted.
ERNEST  A.   WOODS,
mare It                                   City Clerk.
 o .
•   HOUSE POR  KENT.
A. pretty little cottage for rent on
Skeena   Land    District-   District    of the  hill.  Has sewer  connection  and
Queen  Charlotte Islands             „,„,,.. convenlenceB-   Al„)!y   L.   Bul-
TAKE NOTICE tint Peter  Piombo, Iocla.Webster, tf
ol   Prince  Rupert,   CO,   occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for per-  o	
mission to prospect 'or coal and pe-      Pel_i.i_.ry House   Furnishing   liar-
troleum over Ihe folio   'eg described
lands on the West Coasc af Graham gains—Sale  Price  on  Print   Linole
island: Commencing .1 a posl planted four miles north of .he north easl
corner of Lot 2137, Ihence north SO
chains, thence easl SO ebains, thence
south SO chains, thence west 80
chains, to point, of commencement,
containing 040 a"r.s more or less.
ja29 I'i.. E     PIOMBO.
Dale located,  :' -   :   ber  3rd,  1914
urns, 45 cents, at George I). Tlte.   1
NOTICE.
The Canadian Patriotic Fund.
Win those who need assistance
(rem tie above fund, r .sidenl ln the
ettr or dbtrict and trtiose bread-
winner is an active service with lhe
RUPERT MARIN.. IRONWORKS AND    ImZmZTZJmT^Z
local onjani_alion.
(w-o-o<hk! _-_•_ o a 0O0OO00 00 oaa 00 0000 a_-^_-_Hr^H,i«froi3KHKHWi
SUPPLY CO., LIMITED
WATEBFRONT,   PttJNCE    RUPERT
BNGINHERS,  MACHINISTS AND    MACHINERY    CONTRACTOK.-
Specitillsts in  Maiine  Power Hauls, oil, Steam or Gasoline.
is. C. Coasl Agents for the British Kromiio.il Soml-I)ieseI Oil F.n-
^iiin—the mosl roliablc and economical, and ihe i-hcapesi
power for llsliin^, boa/-. 1.14-  and  passenger vcssols.
Standard Gas Engine Company's Engihcs and Parts in stock.
tf
W.  E   COLLISION
P.O. no.. 735
■-'      .
H
-'"    - r
Steel, Iron, Oils, Wire Hope, Haluta l_-c-IH»i_?, B. O. Wood I^illeyb,
Columbian Itronze Propelcrs, Hliirnijc Batteries, Bynames ami
Marine   Accossm-ies.
Repairs—First-class ci|«tpinent anil staff for machine a I ship
repairs.
LAND ACT
Form   1 1.
Form of Nodce
SWieaiia    I.snd    District    , i_',-|«t    tl
Coast   Rang*  B,
TAKE     notice    that    ldward
Ckesley,  Proiyi-'rlor,  of  Shamea,  is
tends   to  apply   for    permission    to
lease  the  following  described   land:
Commencing   it n  posl planted one
.muter of a  mile east  of  .Hie  Pos
83 or G.T.R.  from  Prince  Rupert  u
orlh     boundary    Hue   or    railroad
right  of  way    an'      bout    one-half
t! nile easterly from a  nth-east corner
•'   '"".   Elson's,    tlior.ee    north    10
hains, thenee wsst 10 chains, thence
south   10    chains    .thence    east     10
chains  to  the  'lolut    of   roinmence-
'.K.r:t and containing It acres, more
Skeena Land District — District of
Qaoen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICH that Andrew W
MaeLean, of Prince Rupert, B. C,
occupation Carpenter, intends to apply for permission to prospect for
coal and petroleum over the following described lands on the Wctl
Coast of Graham Island: Coranienc-
ing at a post planted one mile nortli
and two miles east of the north-easl
corner of Lot. 2-135, thenco north 80
chains, thence east SO chinas, thenee
south SO chains, thence wast 80
chains, to point of comment'anient
containing 610 acres mire or I»se.
ANDREW W. MacLEAN.
flS Agent,   Peter  Piombo
Date located, 23rd December, 1914.
Skeena  Land  District — District  0_
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Andrew W
MaeLean, of Prince Ruperl, B.C., occupation Carpenter, intends to apply
for permission to prospect for conl
and petroleum over the following de
scribed lands on the West Coast of
Graham Island: Commencing at n
post, planted two miles north of the
north-east corner of Lol 2433, tlience
north 80 cliains, tlience east SO
chains, thenee south 80 chains,
thence west SO chains to point of
commencement, containing 040 acres
more  or  less.
ANDREW   W.   MacLEAN.
flS Agent,  Peter Piombo
Date located, 23rd December, 1914.
Skeena Land  District — District  of
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Andrew W.
MaeLean, of Prince Rupert, B, O,
occupation Carpenter, intends lo apply for permission to prospect for
coal and petroleum over the following described lands on West Coast
of Graham Island: Commencing at
a post planted two miles north of
the north-east corner of Lot 2435,
thence north 80 chains, thence west
SO chains, thenee south 80 chains,
llience east 80 chains, to point ot
commencement containing 04 0 acres
more or less.
ANDREW   W.   MacLEAN.
f1S Agent,  Peter  Piombo.
Date  loeated,  23rd  December.   1014
Look   for (lie  Red  Taj;   Priees   at
George 1). Tite's Furniture Sale,    tf
Daily Jourmai
50c per month
_??«.£-_ Vi!.
tr
Royal Naval College of Canada,
s.
P.O. EOX 515
TELEPHONE 313
0<hKhs-_hkh. o 00000000 00000 a04000O00mrt/wm*m000wwmwM+4j1s,
I0IMVARD   CHBSLBY,
Dated January 14, 19]..
Tlie next examination for the entry of Naval Cadets, 'lill he held at
the examination centres nf tho Civil
Service Commission ill May, 1916
successful candidates j lining the col
lege on or aboul 1st August. Applications for entry will he received up
to 16th April by the Secretary, Civil
Service Commission, Ottawa, from
whom blank entry forms ran now be
obtained.
Candidates for the examination lu
May next must be between the ape*
of fourteen and sixteen on the 1st
-inly,  1915.
Furt_or details can he obtained on
application to the miiim-signed.
O. .1. DHBBARATS,
Jeputy Minister of t»c Naval   Service
Department of the Naval Service,
•ttawa, .Ida-nary St,,  101.
I'!s__.i_l,ker__ad   pukliosiiuu    of   this
•"'*__flt_a,,,,',nt w* n,t bs I1*'*" *•»'>—
TfWt.
«vr.01»H__l      OE     COAL      MINING
RMK-IiATlONS.
Oaal saiula; rights of the Dominion ia Manitoba, Saskatchewan aad
Alberta, the Yukon Torritery, tho
J.er*we«t Territories and a poriian
a€ t_,e Prtfviace af BritA..! Calamliia.
may be leased for a term of twan-
ty-ane yaevs at an animal ____ital of
$1 iipr aare. Nat more thai 2,568
acres wUl ke leased to one applicant.
A].»4loetiens for a lease saust be
Made by the applicant in parses to
-be Ageat or Sub-Agent of the dis-
ta.et in whioii the rights applied for
are sl.otiteS.
In survejiad territory t_e land
must be deeoril.ad by sections, or
legal -iiM.viHinn. ef secilons, and
In tissurreyed territory tlie tract applied for sl_all be slaked out by the
up-filis. ni    Ilium-It'.
__aa_i applieatien must De accompanied by a fee af $5, which will be
refunded if fie riaJits applied for
are »et available, but not otherwise. A reyalty shall be paid on the
aierchaetiible output of the mine at
tke rate of fire eeets per ton.
Tke person operating the mine
shell furnish the Agent with sworn
re.nrn* acceimllng for the full
quantity of merchantable eoal mined
ajjd pay the royalty thereon. If the
coal minln'g rights are not being operated, such returns should be fur
nisked  at  least once a  year.
Tbe lease will include the coal
mining rights only; but the lessee
may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be
considered necessary-for the working of the mine lit the rate of $10
per acre.
For  ful'    information    application
should  be made to the Secretary   nf
the Department of the Interior,   Ol
tawa,   or   to   any   Agent    or     Sub-
Agent of Dominion Lands.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy  Minister of the  Interior
NOTIOE   OF   OANtfl-LLATK.N    OF
Knl-i-KV--.
NOTICE IS UERBBY GIVEN that
Itke Reserve existing on Detention
lelMd _j reason of a Notice published in tbe British Columbia Gazette on
the 30th of May, 1912, is hereby can-'
tilled.
R. A. BERWICK,
Deputy Miuister (t Lands
Department  of Lands,
Victoria, B.C.,
October  19tb,  1914.       02 I
JAMES GILMORE
ARCHITECT    ,
Second  Ave. Near  McBrlde  St
HOTEL DIRECTORY
Members  of  the  Prince   Rupct
Licensed Vintners' Association
WINDSOR    HOTEL
Cor. ol  First Ave. and  Eighth St.
W. a. Wright, Prop.
HOT-I.1,  CENTRAL
First  Ave   and  Seventh St.
Furopciin   u.u!   American   I'lan.
S 1.00 ti. $2.80 Per Day
Peter  Black, Prop.
KNOX  HOTEL
Firs!     Ave.     Iletween     Fightli    and
.Until
l.uropeiiu  Plant  Kates BOc tn  .1 u'l
•       Per llay
Homier   ._    BoSUCr,   Props.
EMPRESS  HOTRIi
•I. V, Rochester V.  I). Casley
Third  Ave.   ltd we/n  Nlv«i: and
Seventh   St«.
European Plan:  ."Or to   $1   Per Dnj
ROYAL HOTEL
Oorloy * Burgess, Props,
Third   Ave.  and   Sixth   St.
Burapean  Plan Steam Hem led
IH.AVi.R      Wild LES M.E      InIQCOII
CO..   LLMJCED
Second   Ave.  and   Sixth   St..
Plionii  102
Im
p«nwE ni.-n.RT iMi'ditTiNG oo
■nnTBi.
Eraser and Sixth Sts
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HOSIERY
0   WE   WANT   Y«U   TO   KflOW
& -THESE   HOSE
0       They stood the test when all
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3  foot   comfort.   They   have   no
B  sanms  to  rip.  Tkay  never    be-
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shape is knit In, net pressed in.
They    are  OUARANTBEl-    for
fineness, for styl., for superiority of material   and   wortiman-
ship, absolutely stain!  -a,and to
wear  six month:   witkout holes
or replaced  by uew pairs free.
Our Free Offer
To every one sending us SOc -_
to cover shipping charges,   we S   B
will  send, subject to duty,  absolutely   free:
Three pairs of our famous
men's AMERICAN SILK
HOSE with written guarantee,
any color, or
Three pairs of our Ladies'-
2 Hose, ki .alack, Tan or White
5  colors, with written guarantee.
5 DON'T DHLAY—Offer ex-
S plres when dealer in your loft eallty is selected. Hive color
g aud* size desired.
g The international Hosiery Co.
ft 21 Blttner Street
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Answers all calls day and night
Phone 99
Stand:    Hotp]    Pj'ince    Rupert
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