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 The Journal
¥5 00
a-year
High-class
Job
Printing
vol. v.
PRINCE RUPERT, B.  C, TUESDAY, MARCH 30, 191.
Price   o   Cents.
NO.  119.
MAYOR AND ALDERMAN MO
RESIGNED
BOARD
Acting On The Advice Given In Report Made By City Solicitor Thev Tendered Their Resignations—Election Date Fixed By The Council Sitting
Last Night With Aid. McClymont As Acting Mayor—Retiring Member
Expressed His Opinion Forcibly Before Vacating His Place At The Board
At  the  City  Council  last   evening .transferred  to  tne  wife of the pres
ent -Mayor, the .Mayor being appointed manager of the company.
I have had but one short: consultation with the .Mayor as to the facts
of the case. I understand that he
prefers my reporting quite independently. 1 further understand that the
Mayor is still the manager of the
company.
The auditor has pointed out that
various items were charged and paid
in the year 1014, and I make reference to his letter of March 22 to
show tiie exact number of cheques
paid,  the total  of  these cheilites  be
ing     $192.70,    of
$21.30    was   paid
1915,
With
which     amount
on   January   10,
run the Empire newspaper to disqualify him from making any contract with the city. So long as the
company  the   Mayor   or   any    Alder-
the resignations of Mayor Newton
and Aid. Morrissey were accepted
and the dale fixed for ilie new election to fill the vacancies. The nomination day is placed on April 2. The
resignations came as the result of a
report made by the city solicitor on
the point raised last Monday by the
auditor "that there had been a technical violation of the Act by the acceptance of money for printing by
the Empire and for groceries supplied the city by Aid. Morrissey's
firm.
> The ripen of the city solicitor
was as follows:
March 26, 1915.
.Mayor and Aldermen,
Re Auditor's   Report  on   Audit 1914
and    disqualification   of   .Mayor
and" Aid. .Morrissey:
Gentlemen,—The Council has referred to me n report of the city
auditor, dated March 22, 1915, which
reporl specially deals with the ques-j
tion as to whether His Worship the
.Mayor and Aid. Morrissey have bc-
. ..me disqualified to act in their positions of Mayor and Alderman, respectively.
1 may say that the duty thus cast
upon me i* one thai 1 would much
rather not have to deal with. My relations with the several mayors and
aldermen 1 have had to deal with
have always been of the mosl cordial
nature, and therefore I hope you
will understand that it is most nn
welcome to me to have to report.
upon a matter relating lo the qualification or disqualification of any
members of the City Council.
• At the same time I would point
out that us a direct reference has
been made to me il would be
coiv-rtrtlly if I did not stale clearly
what my opinion is with regard to
tho matter under discussion.
The reporl of the city auditor,
dated 22nd-inst., points out certain
matters with regard lo Ihe connection of the Mayor with the   Empire
Publishing Company, lt appears that, 	
originally   the   Empire   was   carried  in  point  of fact had  ceased to exist
in  any contract  yith the  city   since so greal importance that I have   no
the date of his nomination. ihesitation in static},  that    it  should
So  far as  bringing  in  an  election i»°t   "<=  left  °l>en  to  doubt    for   one
petition    againsl    His     Worship   for
what was done in 1014 Iliis does not
count, and it is clear also that the
time for bringing an election petition against him for ths year 1915
has expired, but the penally clause,
Section 23 of the Municipal .Vet, can
be put in force at any lime, so far aslhefor
1 can see, there being • no special made the
limitation of time when action under    that    Section   can   l.e   brought.
moment, and 1 see no other way of
removing this doubt than by follow-
i"c  the course above suggested.
With regard to the case of Aid
Morrissey this stands in an entirely
different position.
When this matter was brought up
the   Coun.ill    Aid.    Morrissey
following   statement,    as
taken  from  the  notes   of    ihe   City
Clerk, which will appear in the min-
Therefore    even     with     regard      to I nt'es of the meeting:    The statemenl
things thai  have taken place during'was thai he "knew.nothing whatever
last year, as well  as this  year, It is
of the transactions referred  to, and
OUTLYING DISTRICTS STRONGLY
FAVORABLE TO GOVERNMENT
William Manson, The Conservative
Candidate For The District, Was
Given A Very Enthusiastic Reception At Te: race Meeting On Saturday Night—Liberals Seem To Make
Much Of Woman Suffrage Cry In
The Interior
Ai 'retrace on Saturday night itiRupert. While in Princ. '■', ■ ert, he
was made plainly evident that tlie I said he made ii a poinl to call on a
Government of Sir Richard McBride number ol working people. They
has a firm hold on the confident ■ ol lid they would undei no considera-
the electorate. William Manson, the tlon vot. for Mr. Pattullo. Mr. Man-
representative for years of this dii son ilways been a friend of the
trict and who is again a cai did - n'ltii people. Jo i Oliver on a re-
svas warmly welcomed, lie wenl ot cent visil had told them to vote tor
length into the situation us ii af- thi i >vi - i Idem that
fected lhe residents of the district, hi man tl - for w e
being   followed   very    attentively    by  Mr,  .Manson.
the entire audience.     Progress   Hall      ;,h-   g      -,  .   ferred  to the   Farm-
was filled  to the dooi ■    Ur, ers' Lo       let. Thi one of   the
ison, I                          - msideral !■   |        measures ■   been
I-
ness from the City or even asked for
cent's   worth   of   patronage    from
possible that proceedings under Section 23 might he brought,  I am not
regard  to this matter I  nm ^completely satisfied  that  the   courts
strongly incline.I to the opinion tliat WouM  hold  thai   the  Mayor   is tiis-janyone employed by the City.   With
ili.  present Mayor has a sufficient in- qualified.    Strong   arguments  might reference to the cheque referred   to
terest in the new company formed to|j!e llscli  t0 si,ow thai  his interest in by  the auditor's report as being en-
ili" company i.. nol sufficient to war- dorsed  by him, this  had  to be done
rant such    disqualification.    At   the,in order to pass it through the haul;.
that he bad never solicited any busi- j number of ladies present. A number| passed. ;,      ,„
i i om ei from Princ
land.
same time 1 am also of the   opinionjand  that 'the cheque was paid   over
I
'",,:'  :!li   lnta ie of   tl        '   .    --  Thei              :           back to
visi   th<   valley aud made .    ,,n.   willlan
trip in  company  with   Mr.                                          ,v     -,, . . ,
This  company  included   .1.  A.  Kirk- John Oliver's advice.
Patrick,   president   of the   local    . -; - ...        Turner,     residenl    of  tbe
sociation;   -I.    B.   Merryileld,    ll.    li. i. ■ .         , Mr
The, O.  il. Nelson, Cyril   Orme,   W. Manson had received i nani-
that. the question is so fine that thejto  me  by Kelly,  who stated that itj-1- McCutcheon, J. D, Scott, Ed D iyl.    m,       , |an(is of the
man    interested    in    that    company|proper caurse to be pursued   by the was  his share of boat hive   by   the Adair  Carss,   James   II.   Thompson, „ ,.,  |n  ;.,.;,,,
would not be disqualified, but would |May0r ls th^t he should   reslgll  MsClty,... laM. Albert, and M. M. Stephe -
position, using his own discretion as      I  find on reference to the   vouch- the close  of  Mr,      ansi Idress, when  called       on
only be prevented  from voting upon
any  matter affecting   tbe
but,  after  lhe  joint   stock    company
was dissolved, as it has. been, a new
state of affairs exists. ,
Mr. Xewlon has transferred all
tl c business of the newspaper lo his
wife, be remaining the manager of
the company, so far as I can understand he still has nn interest in the
company io Ibis extent; namely,
that if there was any shortage he
had to make il  up.
A contract was entered into on
January 4, 1915, and orders were
gi\en for the publication in the Empire newspaper of the election notices, which election notices were
published from six days prior to the
date of nomination and continued
up lo and including election day.
During the month of January va
rious other small Items were incurred for advertising In the Empire
Publishing Company.  Limited, whicli
company:'to whether or not he will again confers that un July  7,  1914, goods   to]Mr. Kenney of the Liberal   As:     . ■• -,
(.est  ihe Mayoralty. the amount of $15.90  were   bought    I   ■■  '     ' wished to put questions '>■:
I discuss this subject   with   great \ from  Wilfred Kelly, the partner   of!.Ml'-  Manson on the subjeel  of .
diffidence, but  I am  sure    that   His Aid. Morrissey, which goods were for j for women, was asked to   lhe   plat- lie hoped
Worship  the .Mayor will  be  properly
.    - ■ i -
 - of that ;''   ■
man;      di
0  !--      i .vlien
expenses  connected   with   a   trip    to|forrn.     lie  proceeded   to outline  the      ■   In    nl    In    '   ror    of    giving    the
fliiiwntlans Lake   of   certain   mem-jLlberal   platform   as    enunciated    in ladies the  fram would
bers  of the   Council.   The   bill   for;11"' printed  form, bul   was reminded    r no     - .d. This question was nol a
on as a joint stock company, li fur
ther appears that some time during
the year 1914 this company went
out of existence as a limited company, and a new company was formed, not liniited nnd not Incorpi rat. dl
and   thai - the   wl ili    ' n Iness   was
This 1 am.sure being merely in mis?
lake. His Worship Mayor Newton
bus not accepted the cheques for any
of  this  work,  but  that   does nol   ap-
advised  if he lakes  the  course that
I  suggest. ..  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
This city  1;  at   the  present   timelthis amount  is In  the   hand-writing "'  :;"  many   com -  n burning  one In   British Columbia
engaged in negotiations of very large of  Aid.  Morrissey.    The   cheque   In the platform and th.     ractiei   of I      th.       -   enl  time.
proportions, namely, for the renewal payment of it.' dated July 25, 1914. Liberals that he final ■ The Governmen     of   Sir   Rl
of   its   Treasury     Certificates.     Toojwas endorsed  by  Wilfred  Kelly, and,the  field.    On  the  point    of   opposi-  tu-oBplde   had  been   in   p
real   importance  cannot,    be   placedjulso by  the "Prince  Rupert Grocery, turn  to  Oriental   labor thc
'■ii lirman
years
win
he   look    pow^^^^H
upon the successful  result   ot these,'Company, D.  W.  M„"   the   last.   en-|remlnded  him  of  the  fuel   that    his situation   In  the  province   -   -
negotiations.  In order  to insure the j dorsemenl  being In  the handwriting! candidate, Mr. Pattullo, was the only ,,.„,    S(,   Berlou3   waa   ,h„   ftna|   :  ,
success o'f this   venture   every   sug-j°f Aid. Morrissey. employer of Oriental help in  Prince 'situation  thai   11   looked  at one time
gestion  of doubt must   be   removed.     The next was a bill dated last   of. ""I'ert. .,., thoui ;   '      banlt   would  refuse to
from  the minds of the  people   who September, 1914, for goods supplied      ""   t,1G   l'"1'1'1'   ownership    plan!  pay ,-,,,, cheques.
are  taking  up  our   renewed   certifl- to* the  Police  Station,    $14.25.   This  ''■" :,i';'   ''" "f ,l,r  Liberal    machin.       Referrjn     ..,  tI.0  que8tton  of  rail-
cates. These certificates will  have to bill   is also  in   the   handwriting   of |tha1  opposed  the city's  owner hip of wny   bu„d(ngi   Mr   Mnns0.,  s.l{ i
pass the close investigation of Alex-tAld.    Morrissey,    and   was   paid   by jJ"' -s  "Shi   i;l;'!"   v"'s  referred  to. Liberals had sol cold feet. There had
ander ' Bruce,    Esq.,    of    Toronto,!cheque, September 16,  1D14,   which      The meeting • Ided ovei  by [or vearg throughoul  Canadu  been a
whose word as a lawyer has a great.was endorsed  "Prince Itupert   Croc- R  Braun,  Ihe presldenl  of the Con-igrea|  demand for railways.    He   In-
effect upon the sale  or non-sale   of cry  Company,  per  D.  W.    M."-   "D. servative Association, In his opening stanced '    - la    mts to the C. P.
securities of this kind, and, if it was W.M." being tho initials of Aid. Mor- address he told of the convention al  f{    There had  I n  aid  granted    Lo
suggested to him tbst there was rlssey, and also by his partner Wil- ivhich Mr. .Manson was lendered the various roads since that lime lias has now been sug- fred Kelly. unnnimous nomination and the - ■ .- i, ., nat na(j . , ,,;|
)   the   validity   of   the|     It  would thus appear that during lar vote that the Conservative candl- |,„, ap |,v ,],,. ,.   ,,     ..,, |„ ,]l(
date  was going to receive In   P :'" PMmtoM11  i «■ Wt\jir 'Swo
to   him   that
some  doubt,
gested,   as
.Mayor'-; position, who would   in  the|the year  1914  the   firm
natural course of events have to sign i Rupert   Grocery  Company,
Li
of    Prince
of   which
pear  to  he,  to    me,   the   real    .pies-1 these certificates, the city  mighl  flnd'Ald.  Morrissey was and is a partner,
Ion, the question being as -i mill ter Itself   absolutely    blocked     on   thlsjliad   received    al    least    two   orders
of fuel  whether he had any interest|technicality. This point  I consider of (Continued on  Page Three.)
Russian Armies nave
Been Victorious At
Alt Points Of Attack
'-:'■
Enemy Has Been Actio*
In Cannonading On
The  Western Front
Pel rograd,
reporl says:
we stopped
March   29,
"On  the Xlctnen   front I
.   German   counter   of-1
eked  with the bayonet and j'
tensive   mdvement.    A   battalion   of!
An official ■ were atta<
I annihilated.
'The  enemy's   siege   batteries   at
jOssowetz have been  almosl   entirely
Bllouct'.l."
the enemy were advancing with thej     -jn the Carpathians the Austrian!
object of get.ing In our rear.   Theytmade  fruitless  attacks upon  us."
tMH)H|N|H«WlWWHXHmH^ 000*0004*
Waits Cheap P«wer From City
Ai the Council meeting last night a proposition was received
from the Cold Storage in which that corporation proposed that in
order lo introduce city power in place of s'.« i n rate of one-
eighth of a cent per kilowatt would have to lie obtained. The
company agreed to give ice at ■-.". a ton if this were done. The rate
for bait, It was held, was not excessive. The matter will be reported on by the light committee and the fisheries committee.
WKMKHKi0i>O&-««U*tiW^ ,
Alex. Fraser, of London, Ont., the
oldest traveller that visits British
Columbia from the east, came In on
1     'Is, eh   :'.'.     An   official    i e-
.purl  says:
"The enemy  boml irded   Ml      ort,
but little    antag' lone, A b
i has In ■■■    i --,'-.:: ,'sei   bul
il is noI ol greal Importance.
"In   Champagne    there    ha
.1. Millar of the Dominion Public
Works Department returned yesterday by the G. T. 1'. nfler u vacation
jspent on the Prairies. j""1 little damage was done. A bridge j runic.    She ci.ii    d
mil    al..mt     I GO    nisserj^^^^^^
lie   :
  11    ,   iii'-li'ilinir    I'.e    'i-pliiiii     'li.-.!
lhe Sunday night train.   He came to[art,ller3   ll"l-i"»   i:"■'""    '''   usejour.
the coasl in 1SS6 over (he C.   P. R.,|     "In  Argonne there
been
German Submai i); sHave
een Active Again In
The Sinking Of Ships
'
nnotii Ith tin
nl     by (lermni
rin. I smb.
nd  l    ■ nger     in
■'
aboul
inl,
ii mded    it
.
"i,  ...
I'hcj nil were ..ff.
id  watched  the
.   ' ■ ..    '
' ■-   i'i.    four
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it I he   '■''■ ->■!.
re
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il-
It,
when it first went into commiSaJloii
lie is still making regular trips to
Ihe province with English- hats.
Bullets,  Iron  Beds,  Springs,   Mattresses, Blankets, Sheets nnd Pillows
;tl  Mulch  Bargain Prices.   Geo    C  '•'■
tile,  the House Furnisher.
ii In ", Bombs have h en throv n
I rlni :..:illy In the region of Bagatelle/"
Mr. Walker, ex ierl uent lisl under th D. ui. of Agriculture
v. Ith i" idqu rters al Telkwa, arrived in I         ty 1       nig' i.
o%0***m*tO4.
Cannot Cut Off Any Men
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department
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• titer's
Council   i i •
Id i ol   -'
unim- Tuesday, March 30, 1915.
t M .    ■■Mtta— Ill iM——   illlli r
fMmce ffiapw 3te«rnal
Telephone  138.
0.  H.  VBIiSON, Editor.
Office:    128    Thi I'd     tven        Ea!
near .'■■  Briri hone 138;
Pos Ofll  '    " ''.    ■
DAI TON.
:       i • i "i xcepi
Monda  .Del by carrier
city rn ' lie following rate, If -
ad     ice: —
One   V.  "■ 	
Six   Montis    	
. .$1.2 5
If        I id
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PRINCE    RUPBRT    JOURNAL
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11"    Liber Is
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SPLENDID  FOR  PLUMBERS
I'h- sale of Product No. 99 is strictly
confined to the high-class supply
li.-' es. ii ■ co .i of manufacture is
therefore not affected by Dept. or
"price cutting store" influence that
m> often drives manufacturers to the
use of inferior chemicals and processes. Nor is the dialer allowed to
reduce the retail price under penalty
      of    haiing    his    supply    terminated.
A POWERFUL SOLVENT FOR
CLOGGED OP DRAIN PIPES
"ilii" il. ttroys accumulations  tf  lit)',    paper,    cloths,    hair,   slime,
'.i -'t-inPli--.  soup,   fruit aiul  m.'inv others,   li  is harmless to
lines  , luml) ■
DON'T AltGtl lit.."!    i'l "I     ■ TEST    IT
ia       nerallj learin
over ai agi
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: il ition of i be
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reli ' -       rs of  the   Coun
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po slble   for   the
country,      There     wen     com] lainti
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Sailings for Vancouver
Victoria and Seattle
S.S.  Prince George every  Friday at P a.m.
S.S. Prince John at 7 p.m. on Sunday, April  li, -•">, etc.
For Massett ami Port'Clements S.S. Prince 'lohn IO p.m.  Saturday,
April  3,   17,  etc.
For Skidegate, Ijockeport, etc., S.S,  Prince John   II   p.m.   Sunday,
^^^^^Jlpi'il  I,  IN, etc.
For Stewart  nnd  Vims River S.S. Prince .lohn '■>   a.m.   Wednesday,
April   7,   U'l,   etc.
For Anyox   (Giunby  Bay)  S.s, Prince George initlnigbi every Wednesday .
G.T.P.   i;\U-., Al   SCHEDUJjE
Trains  leuvo  Prince  Ruperl   In Prince George, Edmonton, .M.-hille,
Winnipeg, etc., ut   lt> a ul,  Wednesdays  und    Saturdays,   connecting  with  train.-  lo.   St. Paul, Chicago nnd nil  points  east.
Trains  arrive  from  the t-nsl  on TliurstlnysaudSuuday9iitll.iIllp.nl,
HARRY HANSON
FOR
Tilt:    HELIA11LE    PLl'MI
JEST  IX   PLUMBING    i.M'    HI
bavins nl      sts ln con- made that   thi   . - ds were not good.
He knew wi 11 thai  these roads wen
tracts a ith : city, Mayor New ton
and Aid. Morrissej have resigned
their positions at the beard. No one,
It is safe to say, will accuse either
of the men of trying to divert money
urn all that could lie desired. It took
years to pul  roads in condition. The'
Improving of these  would go on  until  the roads  were in good  shape.
In   dealing   with   local   questions,
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r   RA1LWA.   SVSTISM
iln-   Double-truck    Route
i rem Cl llton,
Mi nti
eti
lor reservations, tickets and lull Information ■ card! travel to
any part of the world apply to the G.T.P. Ticket Oilice, lliinl
Avenue;   Agencj   all Atlantic Steuntsliip   i
out  of  right   and   proper   channels. Mr.  Manson  said that he knew   that
The., have possibly violated the law
which embodies a well-known principal thai is followed closely under
British representative government.
This   principle  Is a  right  one and is
out ol the burning questions here
was that of a bridge across to the
Lakelse Valley, Ii had during construction times on the G. T, P. been
impossible to tell what would be the
best, point   for this.   As a temporary
intended  to prevent  any  appearance arrangement   ferries  had   been   pro
of  using offices within  the   gift    of vided.    There were not the most sat
the electorate In otlier than a proper
way.    '! hi ii ' ■ .'i presents It
self  al   this   momenl   in   the   city    is
sin- would be a wise
iu , i  the : .1"  . f the   electorate
to se ■ men   in  retui
li        ITiey are both fresh
from  i      -I when I   ey  were
elected,  one by accl  mation and  the Iroundhi I  allied
'"'        :''' '  :     ':':'   '     fhey are no railway proje. I  to
both   mixed  up  in   the   negotiations j build   up   the   valley,   en th.
isfactory. A bridge represented ubou
-100,000.   This was a very i onsi le
able amount.    He had  had  this   up j
bul  In   ' y< ar like this il  wa
.---I  il     rii.   building of thai
could no
Mr.  Manson .- i had
li   - al  the Thoma    In
Coal, Cement, Plaster and Brick
AND A COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDERS" SUPPLIES |
WESTH0LME LUMBER CO., LTD. f
First Avenue       Prince Rupert        Telephone 186   §
iompson Hardware
^«J tdL--L aTl
s
} PRINCESS MAQUINNA,
SOUTHBOUND, 8 P.M. FRIDAY
PRINCESS MAY
SOUTHBOUND, 8 P.M. SUNDAY
s and Shot Guns
Camping Supplies
PHONE 101, P.O.  DRAWER  1048 380 SECOND AV
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v. ith tin   banl .-   .If the citi-
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thi    i: y should I"  ii •■ gainer
ices   we
would fa i nf il.t- two
I Isable to retire
.1   MODEST  .MAX.
Sli   - i. ■   tl   -r> .
Mr.  Man    -. lid   he    would   con
■ ii   -   lo this1 bridf e. bul it
way  i: ii   this yeai.
had no d. trict. Tho
Govern: - ecord
bro iilal foi m  ol
Iproi: Libi
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9 TPE UNION jTBAjBTO/A^ RC.JJD-
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Southbound Tuesdays at 8 p.m.
Sailings for Granby, Simpson and the Naas
Sundays at Midnight
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JOHN   UARXSItEV,    '.l.l'NI aa, . Hi*........................
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O-CJ.liA H     MOPS,  O-CEDAR   MOP   POLISH
ALABASTINE   SANITARY  WALL  COATING
WATER HOSE, GARDEN TOOLS,  WATERING  CANS
MARTIN-SENOUR  100  PER  0   vT   PURE I'AIX,.
PAINT   BRUSHES,   LAWN   MOWERS AND GRASS  SHEAR3
CARPET     BEATERS,   GARBAGE   PA1L3
WINDOW   SCREENS,   SI :-    I ORS
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KAIEN HARDWARE CO.,cos
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PrinceRiipert Transfer Co.
Send for Five
COUPON
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Cook Book'
BEING A MANUAL OF GOOD RECIPES cuelully
chcaMti fto^t ll..- ron';ibutv«w Lal ovar two tliotnantl
•IICCatMfil] Ula-i: "1 I iv- RoeM Fl-awr llir".tf{Koiit CanaJn.
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10 tall, .11 ol wha-li liavo  botta caraaully  checker!  twill
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Milnlttiroiif tnvilin to UK£ Of THC W008S MHIW M,.tBIIHi,. Wl . %
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Coal, Furniture Moving, Baggage
and Heavy Teaming
W. J.  CRAWFORD, Manager
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RUPERT    JOURNAL
I   •    :..y, March 30, 1015.
MAYOR AXD ALD. MORRISSEY        in  opetf Council  that  lie   was   very and Aid.  Morrissey should   immeili-
RESION FROM COUNCIL/.mili to go because he bad n growing ately  resign  tlieir positions,  - ■
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I Continued  from" Page One.) business nnd although be had a good this city   may   bi    enabled      i    I    i
 j partner  be  felt   that    the    business  u ion a sure basis ivith the Importanttmanj   poor
°ar would  suffer  by reason of   Ilia   ab-  matters thej  now ':.:-     to ■ '. i;        ...    '--a-
'     sence, and, • lerefore it would seenij     Respecti illy :, lowed the city
that    those   orders
nl.    It Skeei
-.,'. .Hon K NOT]
IMPEBML MACHINE WOR
from the City, and
that a court would
Morrissey  knew
i
I   greatly
find    that
these
were being received, especially
view of the bills being made out in
bin handwriting, and the cheques
being endorsed by him. in point ot
fact no cheque was ever issued to
Wilfred Kelly for boar hire; any
such nay nn n i was made to Mr.
Swanson.
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lu the   att. i:i i'Di   rn'   . Ither   of   I he
i     --v. or any proj er authority dur-
tluti. Aid. Morrissey left to his part-
In ner the carrying on of his business!
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FRED  PETERS,
City Solicitor
and must, I fear, be held responsible       \t    tne -   ,,,,.   Council :'lv"' a month.   .
for hip acts in regard to such   busi- with   th.    Ha or ab ent,   he             dlence.)
it is nol  necessary thai   the handed in his resignation, it became     Al(l-  Moi
arj   ;.i name an acting mayor.
Aid.   Ben ridge  moved    thai    Aid.  : ;
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The in      ■'
' . i thai Aid. Mc
iayor.
motio
Oi       vole belli     aluei
■ , ,      was    '-'i rlod,     ■','.    "    ri
not voting.
Afti  '
Ru . l.C     o ■■■ i .atiou
helped   to ..... -,,. ... ,;_. ...     ..;,  ,,
aj. mission to 'er coal an
,    troleui    ovt     th.   ft Horn    g i ei  -   - I
a  lOjiMUg ni      •   We     Coas    il  G i   rl"'U1' li<"> »««
Engines   I] Mulled  in..I    Ben
IU-i"..l Ft
Oxy-Acetylene   I'ianl    In    Con
Third
ness,
■ i'i nu,.i,    . ould know of the trans-
'  Ion:  B iclIon 22 of the   Jliinicipal
.'..■i  puts this  beyond   loul
l inn driven to I In   conclusion thai
Mil. M"i. - -     Is cl. irlj   li
I do ii..i   mgi       tor a tnomenl thai
he   ever       ■    led   to    lo   an
collecting Island: Cemmeni i posl plant-
»on  _, ,.     ,  ,   . ,       . ■  ' nortli nf the north-east
OWWlD , .....
plau e '': "a'-, ;hen<-.        I    -  chain
afc    80 - isri ■
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ETE1       IOMB
11-. -   located -  . 1914.
en h
itureil
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i-i In   was i o resign,
le further
J. H. HILDITCH
Contractor end Buildei
Estimates  given   on    .1!    , lasses  ot
ii      .  »hetlier small or Im ge.   Per.
HI....I      lit. 'I,, ■   ■ I .      ;
.(I'll
Ing  I'M Aid.  Ui rrli    ■   i .roba n I A.
bly    v.-oiil.i   have   been ■ dust him.
lnii year, and \i ould have had to i-i-      I again i - want-to
lowever, things hap-jnegotl
I'1 nlii r in tin    -       ' 'i . .i .-,-,-. -i -, ,  |„  , .   Dt)|    . .
the      lalil.     ' - -ii aid. r- Alexi ■        Bi      , Esq., and I
man  du ;' 1915,   and   if of Montreal, musl  be In   a  po It'ion ■'        '' en   bo e, Ud. Mor Ii
tilings lint! stood   without   anything to stale that the two mosl Important   Proceedi I to address thi   Council :
further    having   happened    nothingIpositii f   tin   Mayor   and     hair- fore retiring.    The city solicitor, he
could be dope this year to   li' alify man  of the   tinani inynittec   are said,  appeared  to  ha ■     ,-   ■    '■ '
Aid. Morrisse;    beca    e hi   qualiflcn- entitled   to  acl   in    the   capacity   In  lol  of time anil space in elaborating
tion   or  disqualification  clearly end- which Ihey pretend to act In. whal  could have been said in a few'
ed   il  the time of the dissolution of      AM.  Morrissey claims with regard  words. He had the fullest confidence
the old council; bul 1 lin.l that there to the bill of goods ordered In Jan- in bis partner.   This was a question
was a further sale by Kelly in  1915. nary  that  he  knew   nothing   aboul  of technicaliti.es.  Mayor Newton was
Prior to   January   31,   1915,   the the  transaction  with  his partner  in, in  the same   position   this   year   as
Prince    Ruperl   Grocery    Compnriy.itbe month  of January, 1915.  Refer- last  year as far as the  Empire was
through  .Mr. Wilfred  Kelly, supplied ence tb the bill will show thai prac- concerned. Tf the company to which
and afterwards received  payment  ot tically the whole of this bill was or- he   i.M.I    Morrissey)   belonged   were
$16.40   for goods   supplied   to   the dered before Aid. Morrissey went  on Incorporated  lie t-ould   sell   all   the
City jail. The cheque was issued   on his trip to Montreal. goods he liked to the city.  ITe bad
February 18, 191.5. I,  therefore,  reiterate  my   advice, no occasion to bow bis head in shame
Previous  to  Aid.   Morrissey   going that,  in   order  to  serve  the  best  in-  in   this   matter.  This  was    a   teehnl-
on his mission to the east be stated Itirests of this City, both the Mayor cality.
i i this si .. Rupert,   B.t
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lands on
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DR. GILROY, DFNTIST
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discounts for cash.
Groceries—Our priees are the low
est in town. You will save money c
almost every article. Give us a tria
order today. Phone 1211. Prompt de
i ivery. Mussallem & Co.. 42:1 Fifth
'   I   Ave. East.
ind    Dish
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
TAKE sir: '   ;'
of   Print';-   Hi:; i rl.    B.C.,   occupation
 , inl to apply fi
■ '■ ." ect foi -il and pe-
le di ti -. - li. following de
lands on t.i-e iVest Coasl of Graham
I-lam!: Commencing al a posl plunt-
ed live njiles east au.i one mile north
of Ihe norUi-e8st corner or Lot 2435
thence north 80 ckains, thenoe wesi
80 chains, tlienre south SO chains,
thenet east 80 chains, to polnl of
commencement, containing llfn acres
D. Tile's, all   departments.    Record|-more or less.
I'l.it.l    Ivenue
VJd. Mo
ha      '    nd rei ire I.
Ud.    Montgomery contended   thai
ateraen    In thi      ■   orl   was
•  '    soli,   oi    ie I    lori     '
duty.
The  acting mayor said    thai    lasl
(Continued on  Page Four. I
Mnrcil    Furniture  Mule  at   George
A. FAULDS, M.I. M.E.
Con i ngineer
Esaminations   an i    or
Coal, Metal, Oil. Etc.
709 Duusmnii St. Vancouver, ii.C.
ja29
Hate located.
PETER   PIOMBO.
4th December, I'M I
LAND ACT.
X.i ice is hereby given that on ths
-rst  day   of  April   next    application
ii ill  be made to the superintendent
I of    Provincial     Police   and   to   tin
I Board of License Commissioners foi
City   of   Prince Rupert  for per
mission   to  change  the  site   of   the
olesale liquor   business now   car
I mi by the undersigned company
1     its   pr si iii   premises,    namely
i     s 10 and  17, Block 11, Section  I
situate on  Se :ond  Avenue,   City   b
Prince   Rupert,   to premises   situatt
"ii   Lots  15  and   16,   Block   32,   Sec-
.  I   on Fras.    Street, In 11    Cit:
Prince Rupert. •■ w-~
Dated this 27   i ol  Fi bruary, A.D
T' aver  Wholi I  quor   Compai
I    '■''■■     Rupert,  l-i.l.
mar28 C.   '     IWEET
Skeena    Land    District—Districl    o
Quet»n  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE  NOTICE  that  I, 1).    Hogg
of  Queeu  Charlotte City, occupation
Fanner, intend  to apply for permis
doll   to   purchase   the   following    dl
scribed lands:  Commencing al a pos
planted    at    the    south-west     eor
er of Oooden    Island   in   Bearskin
Bay, thduce   lasterly  thence norther
ly, thence westerly,  thi -
y, following Bbore lino to point   of
omment emt nl Ave aqrt s
nore or lose.
DAN1BH    ."
HAIRDRESSING
PARLORS
M.ussage,   Manicuring,   Scalp   Treatment,  Electric Treatments, Etc.
Mrs.   .\. I. Hundasydo, Pi op.
211  Third St PRINCE RUPER1
P.O. Bor 1714 Tetephonc- 448
RITCHIE,   AGNEWi &   CO.
Civil Kngineers and S«rvoyors
Prinee   Rupert,   R.C.
Waterworks, Water Power, Wharr
?on8truction, Reports, Plans, Domln-
on and Provincial I.ard Sun eying,
Stactric Blue Printing, Negatives and
White Prints
Dated 6th  r        ary,  : n l -:
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an     i
Dlstr i     trie!     of
Islands
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For the
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Delivered to your kitclic
door, like groceries
Budweise
175,000,000 Bottles Yearly
Tli at yvas Hie demand for Budweiser last
your.
Tho AiiWeuser-Biisch Plant cover'i t
move   lhaaii   142  acres  -equal  lo  70
blot Its.     it   gives   steady  omploymeul   to
6,0 . I  people, and  io  1,500  moro   in  iti
branches.
Ev.      - ■
Evi
This Quality I'l;     .
ago, Is a nn ties.
The hundreds ol vi:
every ilav know lli.it  nothing ot it,
could be "made any belter than Budweiser.
The Largest Plant of Its Kind
in the World
atr.l, aWJ »1,
.,... ,'i ■ '■'. I iaasasai ':''
Anheuser-Busch, St Louis
i.
:  Prinoe   Rupi 11,    B.C.       i     -    loi
or   intends ti
■rid
... i
on the West Coast .
land: C
it   i a.     or      " IP
f 1 cm !
: nee north S
chaini
chaii      i ■' -. c   -ins,    to
e n ie n I
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iu ith   80    chains,   th n si    Sii
as,   to   ;'..ii.i   of  coram ei ■■- i
■'ining o 10 acres more oi  lei
jn2li PETER   PIOMRO,
i late located, Decembei  3rd,  1914,
Form   l l.
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jSkeina    I.aual    District—Districl    ol .
Coait   Itansii  5.
TAKE      NOTICE
i'       --..,  1 ■       ictor,
i..|-    to  apply   foi
oaso thc foil
83 of 8.T.R.    ■   I
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Pu me Hlne 183 R .   sim
t'p-To.i).\ri
UMD5A1TS GiUmi6E ft STDRJI6L
G   T     ■        •     -' ,  s.Th,
BNDB
JINGLE POT COAL
!» handled by us. Ail
promj
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: ox  ::'-
Pacific Cartage Lin ited
i are   .llovl'
When
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Oil Fields limited
south   i
chains,  to   the
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Buiidings
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nan.   rMi
ill
$••50 Per  l-'i-
Quttlll ■'.'',.     Vm   i ii
$«.7t1 Per  >'"ii
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Union  Transfer  Co.
Pnia»f Rupert. B.C., Phoni  nn
v'NER BI
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Prince Rupert Journal
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Distributors PRINCB RUPERT, B. C.
i* a*ami#e»0*o a iw«aWiHi«iiiHSiCKKHKHKi£Hj-t>ft a«i«-i>o-a«HKto-%E a oftoo
i\. K. Rand, l"rp«idont. J. S. Peart*-, Manag
!   THE PRINCE RUPERT SASE
I AM D06R COMPANY LTD.
5 MA::':" brs
g    DOORS,  HASH,   MANTfJ
•■■'.W'IMI.  IMI   VI,I.   MMiS dl. I
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Tuesday, .March 30, 191E
PRINCE    RUPERT    JOCRNAL
GRANITE
1RANITE of besl  quality  and thoroughly  tested   for  sale
Cut   Stone  or  Crushed   Rock  in
Quantities
rElL J  McLEOD     I'l.-ai.  Green 217
OCEAN FISH CO.
>>esli  I-ish Arriving Every  Hay
aUtslda <): .I.i';   Prom  'i t attended To
PHONE     I'.I.I    la
PHONE 554 P.O. BOX 601
FOR
GOVBRNMHHVT  WEATHER
RBPaNWC.
Funilslicd   by   I.   VV.    Bowling.
For  24   hoars ending  5  p.m.
.March   i'ii.
Bar. reduced to sea  lei .-i. . . . 29.543
ii     est   ti mperature     'If."
ire      I" "
hi, (in ( ii-ivrov ii. io
I1K  GIVEN   !"i     ''
Writer.
i Ia. :.:     Will
I'l     ■   Methodist
t 'hurt li.
i      i Continued  from  Page Three.)
XOTICE.
year's council was Quite a cosniopoli-        Tlle Cnnl,tl»'ln Patriotic Fund,
tan company but they got along well.      Will  those   who   neerl    assistance
This year's.   Council  was not getting i,rom the above fund- resident In the
along as well, He did not blame the
new members i'or thin, ile was afraid
lihat   the   recriminations    Unit    were
city   or   district    and    whose',   bread-
I '
winner is on active service  with  tbe
I forces  of  the   Empire  or  her  Allies
made from time to time were not in
kindly  notify    the  secretary
the
'iti.i
local  organization.
W. E   COLLISON,
P.O.  liox 7 3:
'   ""   '"   !!''''   '""   'lie ! ~ . -
gulnrity    connected    with    theselgi,.
i1 " -    ■ of the city.
Ud.    Maitland   said   il    appeared 'tf
-.; ange to liim  thai  it took the city
P
al
APERHANGING
AINTING
GUSHING AND
WALL TINTING
HIGH-GRADE    INTERIOR
DECORATING    A    SPECIALTY
Martin Swanson
SECOND AVE "BAR McBRIDh
O-SKI-C 00040044044
CANADIAN STEAM I
LAUNDRY       I
NOW OPEN FOR  BUSINESS I
^Latest ,-intl Approved Methods rj
'jOnlj   Skilled   Operators   Em-  3
ployed §
Rhone us and ive will cull for a  0
0
trial   bundle P
g
Note   our   address:
,-»15    Si\TI!    AVENUE    WEST  °
Phone No. 8
Canadian Steam  Laundry    x
KKHKHSC; aKHi»»ft!»<KiiWa'CW-a-fr
On   Good   Friday,   April
i
i :     , -     ■ - ■. ,    -    or: ance in
Prince   Ruperl    of   Stainer's,    "The
-    iclfl tii n" will be given by   a specially augmented choir.    The second
part of the programme will   be of aj
miscellaneous    nature    when    some
'its that  had gone on all  last
ear,     I    did   noi   bellei - there  was I
any dishonesty. He hoped to see Aid.
Morrissey run again.    To   lose   him
eena  Land   Disi rict -- Districl   of
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE  NOTICE   that  Andrew    W.
aii  -I,r..,n,   of   Prince    Rupert,    VI.   C,
occupation, Carpenter, Intends to ap-
ir.li>'  for  permission   to  prospei t    (or
would be a loss to the city. He had soil and petroleum over the follow-
Metli.     ,. . .. ing djMoribed  binds   on  West    Coost
Graham  Island:   Commencing   at
The mayor's  resignation was read  a  posl   planted  two  miles  north    pf
the north-aast corner of Lot 2435,
tn«nne north SO cliaiBs, thence west
S* ttbaiiiB, tience south 80 chains,
ilanncf- oast. SO attains, to point of
coni ten*, ataman t. crmttrttnfng (140 acres
more or less.
andrjbw w. MaoLDAN.
beautiful  passion  music will be
dered.
The soloists and members of the
chorus have been working cntliui-
astically to put on a concert of a
high order and (here is undoubtedly
a musical treat In store for those
who Intend to avail themselves of
this opportunity.
Ymvb House '.' mxitikiu,; liar-
'i+iiip—Sale Price on Print Lias"!*
urns, 45 reals, nt Geors* D. Vi»n's.
Savaj Dollars »t George D. Tito's
Kui'Hiuii'e  Sale—everything rednerd
as follows:
March  29,  1915.
|To th"  .Members of the Council,
City of Prince Rupert.
Gentlemen,—In view of the repnrt
laW.0
lof  lhe  city  .solicitor  re  the  position pute  ioea;e(]
of Aid. Morrissey and myself, I wish
to tender my resignation as mayor
iof the City of Prince Rupert for (he
■year 1915, and would deem It a
| favor if you would accept it immetli-
Iately.
Upon  reading the   city   solicitor's
report, I Immediately vacated the
i mayor's  chair,  and  losl   no  time
Agent,  Petar  Piombo
2Jrd   December,   1914
NAVIGABLE    WATERS     PROTECTION ACT.
It. S. 0. Chapter 115.
The Imperial Oil Company hereby
give notice that it has under Section 7 of the above Act, deposited
with the Minister of Public Works at
Ottawa, and in the office of the District Registrar ot tbe Prinee Rupert
Land Registration District at Prince
Rupert, B-.C, a description of the
site and the plans of the wharf and
approach proposed to be built in
Prince Rupert Harbor, British Columbia, in front of Watt", front
Block "Ol". according to registered
plan of Hie Tiiwiisii, of the said
City of 1'rinct /Itupert deposited ln
the aforesaid Land Registry lOfflce
as No. 1123.
AND TAKE XO'i Hi: ihat after
the expiration of one month trom
the date of the lirsi publication of ary, HHfi
it-Ills notice, the said Imperial Oil
Company will under Rectioh 7 of the
said Act apply to the Minister of
Public Works at his offlce in the City
of Ottawa for approval of the said
site and plans and tor leave to construct the said wharf and approach.
DATED   at   Prince    Rupert,    B.C.,
this  2nd   day  of .February,   A.    D.
1915. 4w-f4
THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY.
.ESS
Skeena  Land  District — District  erf
ljueen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKH   NOTICE   that   Andrew    \Y
MaaLaan, of Prince-Jlupeit, B.C., oe
■ nation Carpenter, intends to apply
SYNOPSIS      OF      COAL       MINING
REGULATIONS.
Coal mining rights of the   Domin
NOTICE is hereby given that on
the 23rd day of March next applica
tion will be made to the Superit,
tendent of Provincial Police and to.
the< Board of License Commissioners for the City of Prince Rupert for
■permission to remove the license for
the safe of liquor by wholesale from
lhe premises known as Lots 15 and
16, Block 32, Section 1, situate Lt
Frazer Street in the City of Prince
Ruperl, to thc lands described as
Lots 11) and 20, Block 23, Section I,
on Third Avenue in the said City of
Prince Kuperl.
DATED  this  20th  day 'of   Febru
PRINCE   RUPERT   IMPORTING CO.
LI.MITEb.
W.  11. Marshall, Manager
f21mai'22 Applicant.
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OF
er  permission  to  prospect  for    coa ji«n  in   Manitoba,  Saskatchewan   and
ud petroleum ovar the following de
cribed   lands  on  the  West  Coast  of
Ornlu 1".   Island:    Commencing   ai   a
in Ipoet  planted  two miles north  of the
making the city's bankers acquaint
i iot Manendi
corner »f Lot. 2433, tlience
that the recent negotiations with the
bank, alluded to in the city solici-
tor's report, might nol become im-
I aired.
i«HKH>>KHW.>a}»t}OiKHKW«
S Capt. J. McGee *
M.M.S.A.
Mnsters und   Mnl   -   prepared
for examination.   Compass  ail-
,   ■
Phone Red 502
"NAUTICAL   ACADEMY"
ml wiih  Ihe circumstances   in   orderjakeatni     tkimcia'     south     SO    chains,
tnaii'ca west SO chains to point of
•omnieitcenieiit, oontainigg (140 aeres
mere   er   less.
ANDREW   W.   MacLEAN.
fl-8 Agent,  Peter Piembo
iDafe lataled,  23rd  December,  1814.
in tendering my resignation   I  .1" . a
not do so in the belief that,I am in
any sense of the won! open to disqualification proceedings, for certainly  no  money  has  been    received
Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the
Northwest Territories and a portion
ef the Province of British Columbia
may be leased for a term of twenty-one years at an annual   rental  of
chains,    tbence   east    S0l$3   per acre.  Not more   than    2,Mil)
Skeena   Land    Districl—Districl
■   "ii  Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Peter Piombo,
of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for . r-
■ .eel for coal and pi -
Iroleum over the following described
lands on the West Const of Graham
Island: Commenoing ar a     -.-'  plant-   •>'  the  Empire  Publishing  Comp
ed three miles  north  and  ope   mile
- r the north-east corner cf Lot
2437, thence north 80 chains, th   ■
oust   SO    chains,    thence    soutli    80
Ins,   11 en. ■   •■• est   80    chaini     l o
point  of commencement,   containl
'■•hi acn    ".". ■ or lews.
■-::. PETER   PIOMBO.
I >ai.   li -i-r 3rd,  '•« I -I
Skeena   Land   Dislrict  — District  nt
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Andrew W.
Moetaean, ef Prince Ru»ert. B. C,
•ccafatUion  Ott«r|ionter, intends  te ap-
ii-,,;,,  any Ince   myiB*'   tar  flerniissinn  le  prospect   for
naval  and   fictrel^oin  ever  the   follow-
nomination. .tog   tlenraibed   lands    oi    the    West
Whilsl  1  therefore .1"  nol    admit, fg0**   ,f   *T**a   ■"«*«»«
C.east of Graham Island: Cammenr-
tit deney, thai any real cause of rtiHing a< a post nVtuited ene mile north
exists, nevertheless liaH* t,vs miles easl of like north-east
corner of Let »4Jt3. tfeunee north 810
chains, thenee west it ohains, thenc
south    SO    chains,    thence    east    80
:i  Charlotte Islands.
;ii   'iia   Land    District—District
of
Heigerson   Block,  opposite
g Royal  Hill.'!
•5i5-ikk« o-»a*i3iKii»o-a»-ci!»-oam»
■iKKJCHJEirKKl d <Hjri Cl CH3000 O-CKl 040 C
SAFE DEPOSIT'BOXES
For Rent
REASONABLE    RATES
THE
Continental Trust
Company
O00000t>0OO00O0OO0O44O40OO0
TAKE NOTICE that Pole.- Piombo,
of  Prince  Rupert,   B.C.,   occupation I tl
pector, intinds to apply for per- .
, n lb prospeel  for eoal and pe-.
troleum over the followini, described!':
Is on the West Coitiii of Uruhan.
Island: Commencing at a post plant-
; '■-, e miles east of the north-oast
corner of Lot. 2435, thetice east 84
glchains, thence soutli SO chains,
"1 thonce west SO cliains, thence north
S SO   chains,   to   point    of    ccioiHieaice-|
ment, oontajning G40 acres mere er Nlco1  ,,u"  resignation   was   accepted
lbss. and   the  date   for   the   nominations
)a29 PETER   PIOMBO.     ;,.       ,       ,
Date located, December 4th, i'OH.i1"1' t,,p election to ft'l ihe vacancies
 1was set for April 2. .   .
;
absolutelj refuse to continue lo hold
the seal under the slightesl suspicion of either wrong-doing or illegality.
In order to remove al. doubt upon
matter it seems to ne il  would
much  better  in  the  Interests   or
city as  well   as  myself   if   you
would   follow   the   course   suggested.
Yours respectfully,
S. M. NEWTON.
On motion  of Aid.  Edge and Aid.
chains   to   neint   ef    nenimencenaent
icontaining 640 acres more or less.
AN9RBW  W.i MacLEAN.
flS .igeyl,  Peter  Piombo
Hale  located,  23rd  December,  1914
of
The Homing Journal
50c. per month
Skeena   Land    District—District    of
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Feter Piombo,
of Princa Rupert, B.C., occupation!
Prospector, intends to apply for per-
uiission to proepect for wai r.nil petroleum over the follow ing described
lands on Ui< VV ist Coast of Grab-am
Island: Coi . ncing at a post planted : ■ ml , -;t. of lhe north-cant
co of Li     '   15, thence north S\>
tlv        east 80 cliains, thenee
ni tbence    west    86
ii commontement,
ii ii- •; more er less.
'  'I   PMIMBf..
li      '- 'I.  |: : -r  -Ith.  191*.
Drapery Gttitls, Curtains, Poles
Cairpets and Rugs—25 per cent, dis
conn! »( George D. Tile's.
RUPERT MARINE I
CO.
AND
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I
WATKItl'ltOXT.   PRIM I      II
I.MIIMIIIIIS,   MACHIXISTK  .-IK1I    ll.llli
Speclnllsl.s   in  Murine  Power Iliuils, Oil
It. C. ('onsl   \-'cut',  for  tin   lit!     li   i.i oi
gin.—Ihe mosl reliable und    t'ctuitinilcul,
power for li-liiuu lioats, tiv« and pnsi   ni ■
Slaniliii-ii  (l.-ts  l-auilitc I'i.inpiiii.t's Engines and I"
Skeena  Land  District — District
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE XOTICE tbat Andrew W
-Mar-Lean, of Prinee Rupert, B. C.
occupation Carpenter, intends to ap
ply Sor permission to prospeel for
tsoal and petroleum over the following described lands on the West
Coast of Graham Island: Commencing at a post plnnfcd one mile nortli
and bwo miles east of the north-east
oorner of Lot 8*66, tbence north 80
chains, thence east SO chains, thence
south 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, to point of commencement
containing 0-10 acres more or less.
ANDREW W. MacLEAN.
3S Agent,  Peter  Piombo
Date loeated, 23rd December, 11114.
acres will be leased to one applicant.
Applications tor a lease must he
made by the applicant in person to
the Agent or Sub-Agent of the, district in which the rights applioJ for
are site
in surveyed territory the land
must he described by sections, or
legal subdivisions of sections, and
In unsurveyed territory rhe trail applied for shall be slaked out by the
applicant himself.
Each application must be* accompanied by a fee of $i", whicli will be
refunded If the rights applied for
are noi available, but not otherwise. A royally shall be paid on tbe
Merchantable output of tlie mine at
the rate of live cents per ton.
Tlhe person operating the mine
.sh.all furnish the Agent with sworn
returns accounting for the full
quantity of merchantable coal mined
and pay the royalty thereon. If the
coal mining rights are not being operated, such returns should be fur
nishetl at least once a year.
The lease will include the coal
mining rights only; but the lessee
may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be
considered necessary fo,- the working of the mine at the rate of $10
Per acre.
For full information application
should be made to the Secretary of
the Department of the Interior, Or
tawa, or to any Agent or Sub-
Agent of Dominion Lands.
W. W. CORY,
 Deputy  Minister of the Interior
JAMES GILMORE
ARCHITECT'
Second  Ave. Near McBrlde  St
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NOTICE OK CANCELLATION
RESERVE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY' GIVEN that
the Reserve existing on Detention
Island by reason of a Notice published in the British Columbia Gazette on
the 30lh of Jlay.llHi, is hereby can
celled.
R.  A.  RENWICK,
.Deputy Miulstei- it Lands
Department of Lands,
Victoria, B.C.,
October   10th,  1014.'     ol'1
Daily Journal
50c per month
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