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Array The Journal
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VOL.  V.
PRINCE RUPERT,  B.  C, FRIDAY,  MAY   L'S,   1915
Price   ."5  Cents.
No. 1G6.
YFIELD NO
PRINCESS IRENE BLOWS UP WITH MANY ON BOARD
ADVANCE MADE AGAINST GERMANS IN BELGIUM
H.M.S. Majestic Has
Been Torpedoed While
Off the Dardanelles
London, May 27.—A submarine of
the enemy torpedoed H. M. S. Majestic while the warship was supply-
lag the army on the Gallipoli Peninsula. Nearly all the officers and
men  were saved.
"The Majestic was the type of her
class of battleship. She was, however, built a long tiaie ago, in 1895.
She was of 14,900 tons displacement, with 12,000 horse pow-er.
Her armament consisted of 4-12
Inch guns; 12-6 inch ones; 18-12
pounder; 0-3 pounder and machine
guns, and 5 torpedo tubes.
TWELVE HUNDRED MEN
WITH CANADA'S TROOPS
Every  Department Of Grand  Trunk
Ilns Sent Quota Of Men To
Front-
ant in the office of the superintendent of the Montreal division. The
staff at Bonaventure Station and his
associates in the superintendent's
department made Mr. Vincent a suitable presentation on Saturday.
UN   CASUALTY  LIST.
Vancouver, May 27.—In the latest
casualty list of Canadian troops, the
following appear among those
wounded: Mayor C. W. Peck and
Capt.  D.  M.   Moore.
."'S'HK'WmKH''-^^
Gas Explosion In Nanaimo Nine
Nanaimo, May .27.—A gasexplosion occurred today in the reserve mine of the Western Fuel Company. About 40 employees
were in the mine at the time. Sixteen of them were rescued. Two
dead bodies ha-ve been found, while eighteen or twenty are still in
the workings.
8
An Explosion Aboard
Princess Irene Brought Death
To Crew And Dockers
Advances Made Against
German Positions On
The Western Front
Mr. Mclnnis and C. II. Flood of
Anyox, arrived by the G. T. P. steamer Prince Rupert last evening. They
were delegates to the nominating
convention of the Conservative party.
London, May 27.—All the crew of
250 mean on the British steamer
Princess Irene, except one man and In
addition to these seventy-eight dockers who were at work on board the
vessel lost there lives when the ves
sel was blown up, as the result of an
explosion aboard her in Sheerness
Harbor.
The steamer was built for the C.
P. R. trianglar run, but taken over
by the Admiralty.
Paris, May 27.—An official report
says:—"In Belgium, along the Yser
Canal intermittent artillery engagements have taken place. "In the
secton to the nortli of Arras the day
has been marked by several actions
of an intense character, which gained
us a success. "In the region of Angres
the enemy delivered two counter attacks, but were repulsed. We remain masters of the positions conquered by us. The German losses
weie very heavy. Further south a
vigorous attack was made by our
troops, who previously had taken
the greater part of Albaln. We
again occupied the German trenches
in front of the cemetary. Immediate
ly afterwards we carried the ce*me-
tary where the enemy was strongly
organized. We then advanced beyond the cemetary and took 400
prisoners."
FREIGHT RATES MORE
THAN COST OF GOODS
Startling Figures  Presented  lu Pre
test Against Increase In Freight
Hales.
Tlle Grand Trunk and Grand Trunk
Pacific! Railways have now supplied
to the Canadian, active senvice contingents, It is announced, over twelve
hundred men.
Every department in the system
has sent Us quota. The president,
Mr. E. J. Chamberlin, has his secretary in the fighting line, and in another battalion is the secretary of | At a convention held last evening
Mr. Howard G, Kelley, vice-president
J. E. MERRYFIELD IS NOMINATED AS
CONSERVATIVE CANDIDATE FOR C
According to figures submitted in
the freight rates case before tlie Railway Commission at Ottawa, il costs
291 per cent, more for freight and
customs duly nn a ton of coal, f.o.b.
Toronto than the actual cost of the
commodity at the mines. Bituminous coal can be bought at tlie mines
in Pennsylvania fer $1.30 per ton.
The freight rate from (lie mines to
the International bridge nt Niagara
Falls is $1.25. From the bridge to
Toronto it Is 60 cents a ion, the
ordinary customs duly 53 aents, tho
HIM       -» f       -,        a-v e   t~. i     i ' /~\J*    T" 1 T")       x TT XT 1        -l ' war duty 10 cents, making tlie total
Unanimous Choice Made Of Representative  Ot  lhe  Farty  ror -Election cost per ton by the tlme it reacUes
Whenever It Is Held—His Election Is Felt To Be Assured-SpeechesI"'™"-0 *3-78'
'      Delivered by Hon. H.E.Young, H.S.Clements,M.P., and W.Manson, MPP. [^ZZTZcZZ
in charge of maintenance, construction and operation. The latest Grand
Trunk man lo join the overseas
forces is Mr. P. S. Vincent, account-
YI'ST."I.I.AY'S BASEBALL
Northwestern League.
All games postponed on account of
rain.
National.
St.  Louis li, New York 5;
ings.
Pittsburg 0,  Brooklyn 2.
Chicago •">, Philadelphia 8.
Cincinnati G, Boston 0.
Ill inii-
Amei-ican.
Philadelphia s, Cleveland 9,
New York 2, Chicago •"..
Washington 8, Detroit 2.
Coasl   League
Venice 3, Oakland "..
Salt   Lake 2,  Los Angeles 3.
Portland-San Francisco, postponed
on account of rain.
in St. Andrew's Hall, .1. E. Merry-
field of this city, was nominated as
the Conservative candidate ttor the
new riding ot Skeena, in the House
of Commons at the Dominion election, whenever that is held. The convention was attended by delegates
from all parts of the riding. The
choice was a unanimous one, not another name being put in nomination.
.!. B. Williamson, the Honorary
Secretary of the Provincial Conservative Association presided at the meeling, and explained that in the absence
of a central association for the dislrict, tlie provincial executive haul
issued the call. He had attended as
the representative of that executive,
and without ceremony called for
nominations.
Only one name was put forward.
That was tlie name I. !•". Merryfleld
whose untiring efforts in the Interest
of tho parly in iliis district was made
the subject of many compliments
during the evening.
With no other name placed in
nomination, il. was tendered to Mr.
Merryfleld  by Mr. Williamson,  who
Assizes Will Open June 16
Word has been received In the city, that the Assie Court, sitting
will open here on June 16. It Is not yet announced who will take
the sitting here. There are a number of cases to be disposed of
at this sitting. The sitting will be for the hearing of criminal and
civil cases. )
CHfr>4"'i'H"K'i#*"B^^
OlMH"H''I*HKH!H"H-H"^^
Genuine Wellington Coal
OUR   COAL LASTS   LONGER—M'S THE BEST.
Phone 15—Prince Rupert Coal Company
said that as the representative of the
northern part of the province on Ihe
B. C. Executive, the services rendered by .Mr. Merryfleld had been most
valuable.
The candidate made a very brief
acknowledgement, thanking the delegates . for what they had done and
promising to leave nothing undone
to run the constituency when the
election was called.
Short speeches were made by .1. A.
Kirkpatrick, 11. S. Clements, M. P.,
Win. Manson. M. P. I'., C. I'l. Flood,
of Anyox; O. II. Nelson, Thomas Mc-
Maiiamon,  M.  Mclnnis, of Anyox;  .1.
C. Halscy, II. .Mann, of Anyox; and
others.
Among the delegates from outside
points were the following: C. It.
Flood, M. Mclnnes, and II. Mann, of
Anyox; Vince Lade of Stewart; R. .1.
McDonnell, of New Hazelton;; P.
Shaw, of Endako; and John Flewln,
nl" Port Simpson. Many of the outside points elected local delegates to
represent them.
An adjournment was then taken lo
the general meeting that had been
called in lhe SI. Andrew's Hall,
where a smoker was held, presided
over by .1. A. Kirkpatrick.
J. B. Williamson was called upon
to announce the result of the nominal lng convention. He paid a glowing tribute to the work that Mr. |
Merryfied had done ln the cause of
the party In the north, closing with \ the truce,
the announcement of the candidate.
Mr. Merryfleld was greeted with
prolonged applause. He said that
with no campaign Immediately In
sight, he could not be expected to
make a long speech.    He  felt  that
William Manson paid a compliment to the services that Mr. Merryfleld had rendered the parly. He had
given a most loyal support to each
candidate that has contested the constituency in the north. Mr. Merry-
field could fairly expect the very
best at the hands of the party.
With Mr. Clements, they had come
to the "parting of the ways." lie had
given this constituency most faithful I
and efficient service..
i
Refering  to  Hon.  Dr.   Young,   Mr.!
Manson     said     that  the    Provincial |
Secretary  had  been  very considerate
of the city of Prince Rupert,    in the
matter of the hospital, he had  been
very liberal.
Mr.  Clements   wes  Introduced  by
tlie  chairman  as  the  most   popular
member of the  House or Commons.
He exprei led his api   ei ;;i> Ion of the
wise  choice   nm '■    '     tin    party   ;"
selecting    Mr.     Merryfleld.     lie
•I. E. Merryfleld Conservative Nominee for House o1 ' oiniiii n ■ fur
Skeena   Districl.
ger of
Toronto, submitted the foregoiug figures
■ in   his  protest  against   the   proposed
frelghl increase of 10 cents per ton.
He said  thai   his company  imported
250,000 ions of coal annually and is
now  paying    between   $00,000     and
$70,000  per year in  war tax. Other
expenses due to the war broughl the
extra expenditure    up    to    $150,000
yearly.
J. 15. Dalrymple, vlce-presldenl of
tin Grand Trunk, and E. W. Beatty,
general counsel and vice-presidenl of
the Canadian Pacific Railway, called
the attention of the board to the
facl thai all Lie factors thai brought
aboul added expenditure tn private
companies, such aa war taxes and
bo "ii. uls.. applied io the railways to
;. much greater extei I
M. K. ('."'. in, K, ''.. Toronl i who
appeared    for several    of the    coal
i
  merchants and lai onstimei  .       I
i d oinl or l  ■  country's  tl tl  hi   - .  n  u   I int the
aured them thai he would render Mr. igood.    He ■■:   e figun ng I      .  Hmated   Incn enue  from
Merryfleld   even   d   Istance   In  get-1 expend-* in ln thi   advance In rates  al, given
ting the constituency whal It needed, dlstrl       nder Con                mli      In  by Mr. Dalrymple, was rather low.
In following sen nn Ideal leader as l*e >'<■■    ''''    ''                 •  ■     "   i■' r, Dalrymple   inted thai his eslt-
Sir Robert Borden it wn      pleasure. In the city;  in  1913-14,   172  ... i     . ..   a nearly accu-
He tendered his sympathy to every ln "H-l5.    '"-1" ''■"'■'  rate as he could get It.    It was based
one who mlghl have losl a friend in!'" '" '    '""'   ' '■'"' "" l!l" amounl    of reve leriveo.
the war. wharves  al  ne,   $138,    -       Bpenl  trom coal    traffic    over    the Grand
Ciider  Ih.'   cniislitution   ilicic  had   	
to be an election before a great time.!'""n'' whlIe in l!l,M"'- *'---'.'»'"- "<">00.
ii 1912-13;  in  1913-14, $90, I wasJTrunk lust year, which was $9,787,-
The Liberal pany had In Bplte of
their protestations courted an election,    The  opposition  had  not  kept
would like to bear what lhe Liberals |
I
spent in  the fifteen years tliey  were,     jonn  Fleming of Port  Simpson, is
in power. |i„  the city.    He  was" a  delegate to
Mr. Merryfleld would have his as- the   Conservative   nominating    con-
Mr,   Clements   said   regardless   of1        fContinued on Page IVu--.) ventlon held last night.
party  feeling,     he  bad     represented |
every electorate in  the constituency.
Comox-Atlin in particular, and every
part of the  province  was sadly  neglected   under   the   Laurier   regime.
when the election    came on,    there | Tudor the Conservative Government
would be no uncertainty as to the
result. The party had at the head
of It in the Dominion, one of the
foremost statesmen  on  the Empire.
they were coming into their own.
Anyone ln B. C. that would support
the Liberal party would do It from
a party    standpoint only,    and    not
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More American Fish In
Yesterday there arrived in |iort, two more American fishing
boats. They disposed of their catch to the Cold Storage. Tim- ves-
0 sela were the Sitka with 60,000 pounds, and Ihe Polaris with 30,-
6 000. This was thc first trip here of the Polaris. The Sitka has
5    made several calls with  fish.
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Friday,  May
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fRl.N'CE   RUPERT   JOURNAL
.Jinnee Hupetf journal
Telephone 1ISS.
O. II. NELSON,  Editor.
Office:    128    Third   Avenue   East,
naar McBi . Ti
Postolllc   Box 607.
on thi   advancing troops.    They sul-
. . rible casualties.    For a time
every o man seemed to fall, but
the attack was prest even cl".
Th  i ,   i,"   a   moi tent—not
iri Its mo:
nding     officer,      Li< u   u  n
i-ying,
>    I
 i
,
i .    , liattal
DAILY   EDITION.
Publlsl rs   morning     xo pi
Mon<!;•.>. I  by ci rrier in the
city al ii e toliovi li , aid in
advanc
One   . ear   	
Si-:   Monl 	
Tlii'i  	
If   not    i .                    anci ,
per  Month    $0.50
1     ".k'LY I'.PITION.
Publish."! I lay   for  circa
lation   outsidi      : ■   Ci       il    Princa
Rupert ni         0 a year,  iddressed to
I  ,
if to avei '     ■
I
points in Canada; or "•3.00 a yeai to
all   points   in  the  Unl'i .!,  Kingdom
the   i'nited  States  or other   foreign
countries.
Advertlsina  Rates  Upon Application
Friday,  May 28,  t'.n:,.
Till: CONSERVATIVE CANDIDATE,
frontal  iii<   made in  b oa«  di
.   .        'H.I.     whose naim
'   ■...     in    the  nc mories    of
was .'.;'' led to i hi   fin    line
,    trend es.    A1i r a hand-
to-hand   .-ii'.igglej   iin    lasl   German
« ...   i-i.- Isted '.. as bayoneted, and the
i: .'in li  was won.
"This trench    represented in    the
BIG ORDER POR    II. C.
LUMBER  IS ANNOUNCED
Skeena  Land  District — District of
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that George Kirk-
ham  Marshall, of Vancouver, I). C,
Hurley   Chine   On    Way    Here    Por occupation  Merchant,  intends  to  ap-
....   ,.,,,.       , ■,■    a,    , ■•   , a. iilv   for   permission   to   prospect   the
Whal   s Relieve.   1.. Be First Cargo    ,. -,,     .        ,       ,,    ,   ,„   ,      „„,    „„„,
following   described   lands    tor    coal
Order Por B. ('. Fir, 'and  petroleum:     Commencing   at   a
Ipost  planted  40  chains south of the
moui i  o ' St.e ile Creek, tlience   enst
fi '  lii   ■
i ,      Britl
Ine, 1157 n in !'  ■
Halifax . ; ih boun
for I '■
Of  1,500,000        '   . '
i Ba       ■ believed - '       '.strict   ■     Dlstrlcl  of |
a Chai lotti   [aland
i   chains, t'" nc south   SO   9
thence  west  80 chains, ihence north
,"11 chains to Die point, of commencement.
GE    RGB KIRKHAM   MARSHALL,
Per J   W. Connell, .'
D     ■!      bruary 22nd, 1015.      apZD
The ri.ni'.   of .1  ,E.  Merryfli Id aa G  rman    advance the    apex in
the candidate in the Conservative interests for Skeena, was undoubtedly
a gooil selection.    He is an indi
able worker and  upon  I" Ing  ■
as he assuredly will be, he will see
that the interests of the constituency
are  well  looked  after.    In  Mr. Cle-
nn ins. the riding   ins been  ' ei\  fortunate in this respect.    In Mr. Merry-
field   It  will   have   .in   equally   hard
worker in ihe interests of the district,
' whicli is what is needed.
Public  Meeting.
In  responsi tl |iu   I  ol  the
ladies of Prince Rupert, a public
meeting will be held in Hie Council
Chamber, City Hall, on Tins.lay evening, June 1st ni 8 o'clock, to consider the advisability of forming a
central organization of the Red Cross
Societv
All ilea of il"' 1 Ity, and particularly liit genl requested
rn attend.
I-".   '..  KERGIN,
e,
HOW'  THE  CANADI "NS
WON   AT   LANGEMARCK
Interesting      Description     Of     The
Famous Charge Taken Prom London  Daily Mail.
Tiie  1 ilvei e       a of
how the Canadian Eor ■ ■■ ■ ntered Into
real battle of Langemarck.
"li did nol    eem     ial  any human
being   could .livi    in   tin   . hower  of
and shell  v. hich  began  to play
the
which the enemy had made
in Ihe original line of the Allies, and
ll v.- two and one-half miles south
of thai line. This charge, made by
men tvho looked death indifferently
In the face, saved the Canadian left.
II also si cured and maintained during
Hie mosi critical moment of all the
integrity of the Allied line."
Another incldenl of the battle, In
which the tenacity of the Canadian
SCOtS V.l'.s. S!:.)W!1 to its fullest. Is thus
recorded by the "Eye-witness":
"Willi ilic Canadian Highlanders
extended to double tlieir normal
trench front, one-half of it in the
open, 'mil assisted by the Tenth Bat-
talion from southern Uberta, Manitoba, niul Saakatchewan, they not
only held ten tlnies their own nuin-
bei ii ■ heck, inn they actually reins f om the ( n.-'iny and
heir posit Ion, bul the
li   :'. 1 (in ■       .  ■"■ ted, was
' '
Germans  had   ad-
nili .the  rem- of  the
1     ;. ■   ion and    here seemed 1
getl Ing   iu  behind  the
di: :i  'inc.    Accordingly another
brilliant   chargi    was carried  out  at
01 ;■  German trenches to the rear of
the formel     French  position,    under
i   Mercer,  with   the  firsl   ami
fourth battalions of thc first brigade,
< 'I   by  tin' second  and third,
antl the German trenches, temporarily
erected,  woe    recaptured.    In    this
movemenl  two  British  brigades also
took  part, as well ::s the remainder
Ca 1 tdians."
i:   1 1    the initial shl
ir Britl       ' ' .    bla   luni 11 1
to be utilized f       overn
In      . m   « i li   the  com truction
of thi   1 < id ion  Bay railway ti n iln-
••'     ■■   Port Nel    n, which li
I."in plac   ; b;  1  ■■ Dominion Di ;   rl
nini  ml Railways am]  Canall.
The I lurli y Chine i.' coming ml
I! is coasl via the Panama Canal and
i- scheduled to arrive early in June.
li cannol lie ascertained whether the
fr. 'Miter is making her way to iliis
coast in ballast, or is bringing cargo.
There is a possibility Ihat she may
have aboard a cargo of steel, as she
was recently reported at Cape lire-
ton ports, from whore large shipments ol" steel rails have liesn sent
to Britisii Columbia, in tiie pasl.
The big lumber shipment to be
loaded by ihe Durley Chine out here
will be made up of bridge material,
railway li"s and heavy timbers. The
Dominion Government is expending
large appropriations on the new railway to be built ai Port Nelson, which
is lhe terminus of lho Hudson Bay
Line. .Many thousand feet of timber will 1-e required for this great
undertaking, and the fact thai the
first large order has been given 1o
a British Columbia concern, Indicates
that further orders of a similar
character will he placed on this side
of the continenl  in tlie near future.
As the Hudson Day i? open for
deep   sea   traffic  .luring   1 he  bi
, ii is probable thai the cargo
lo, be taken 10 the Atlantic side by
the Durley Chine •\'.\ be delivered
din ■ tn is ultimate destination, instead ol' being transhipped al, Montreal. •
Skeena  Land   Districl  — District of
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
TAKE  NOTICE  that   Lorenzo   Alexander,  of  Victoria,   BO,    occupation Miner, Intends lo apply'for permission to prospect tlie followin" .!;'.
scribed   lands   for   coal   and   petroleum:  Commencing at a post planted
80 chains eas! of the mouth of Sicelo
Creek,   in   Louis  Harbor,   tlience   80
cliains  norlli, ihence  SO  chain- east,
thence SO  cliains  soulh,  thence   so
chains   v ■ it   '-'  the   poinl    01'   com-
ement. ■■•
"    ■    '  !"ANDER.
J"     I.  W. Com ■■','..   '
TAKE NOTICE 'J'.1: George W.
Kerr, of Prince Ru] rt, occupation ■- il Intend to apply for
permission In prospeel the following
described lands for coal and petroleum : I'.- imenctng al a posi
planted 246 chains east of thi
mouth ol" West River, thence north
80 cliains, thenci; wesi SO chains,
thonce south 80 chains, thence east
SO chains to point of commencement.
GEORGE W. KERR,
Per James I'. Redmond, Agenl.
Dated February 19th, 1915.        ?.p18
» 1* Jr.
Steamship Sailings
FOR YMC0UVER,  VICTORIA, SEATTLE 1
S.S. Prince Rupert every Friday al 9 A.N.
S. S. Prince George Every Monday at 9 A.M.
FOR ANYOX:
S.S. Prince Rupert Every Wednesday at. Midnight
Skeena Land Dlstrlcl — Hist rid of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKK NOTICE Ihat Albert Scott
Lock, of Victoria, P.. O, occupation
Agent, intends to apply for permission to prospect the following described lands for coal and petroleum: Commencing at a post planted
at   the   north-west     corner     ol'   Lo;
Number   21 <"T>   (near     Otard     Buy;.
thence norlh SO chains, thence west
All chains, th-once south SO .hains,
tii ence east 80 chains lo tlie point of
commencement.
ALBERT  SCOTT  LOCK,
Per .1.  W.  Connell, Agent.
Dated February 20th, 111,*,.     apl8
Skeena Land Districl) — Disirici of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that George W.
Kerr, of Prince Rupert, occu nal ion
Prospector, intends to apply for permission to prospect the following described lands for coal and p.'troleum: Commencing at a post planted
1110 chains cast and SO chains north
of tlx> mouth of West River, thence
SO chains east, tbence SO cbains
south, tbence SO chain? west, thence
SO chains north to ihe poinl of commencement.
GEORGE   W,   KERR.
Per James 1". Redmond, Agent.
Dated. February   10th,   101."..      aplS
Skeena  Land  Dislrict  —  District of
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE  NOTICE  thai   Augusl  Leb-
s.aiift,   ol'   Victoria,   B.C.,    occupation
Hotel  Manager, intends to apply  tor
permission to prospeel  the following
rib il  lands for coal and  i« troleum:  Commencing al a posl planted
ten  c'nains west  nl' a small   bay   on
the south-east side of Frederick Island,  tlience north  SO  chains,  thence
east   80  cliains,    llience    south    SO
chains, thence west 80 (hains lo the
point of commencement.
AUGUST LEB3ANPT,
Per J. W. Connell, Agent.
Dated February  18th, 19T15.        apl8
ia■■•  Lai .;  Dii tricl Dl   rict of
en  Clu rlotte  Island
TAKE     NOTICE    thai    Jain.        F,
id, of  Prince  Rupert,   B. O,
occupation    Prospector,    lnten
apply tor       misi Ion  to pi        cl    ' ■
followin : desi     led        Is foi coal and
petroleun al    a post
:   of the Mac?
River  wl ire  it  criers   I Incoln   Pay.
ence nu      80 i halm .  . In ace i asl.
so cha:-.     thenci chains,
In 0 chain    to  the  point
:
E
Dat d nd, 191i
ap21
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Skeena  Land  District  —  District  of
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE  that  George   Palmer Might, of Seattle,  Wash., occupation  Broker,  Intends to  apply for
permission to prospect tho following
scribed  lands for coal and  petroleum: »Commencing at a post planted
160   cliains  easi   of   the    south-easl
corner  of Coal   Licence  No.    10020,
i    ilns*  thei ce south
80  chailis,   them isl    80   chains,
thence norlh ! 0 chains        h.       In1
ncem nt.
GEORGE   PALMER  MIGHT,
Per .1. w. Connell,   '
brii  i■■■ 22nd,  i'1' 5.      apl8
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SI eena   I.and   Districl Disirici   of
Queen Charlotte Islands,
i AKE NOTICE thai Ubert Henry
Tanner, of Victoria, li. ('., occupation Dentist, intends to apply for
permission to prospeel the following
described lands for coal and petroleum: Commencing al n post planted
40 chains west and'in chains south
of thc south-east corner of Port
Channel, thenee wesi SO cliains,
ihence soutli SO chains, thenco easl
'" ohains, tlience norlh 80 cliains
to lho poini of commencement,
ALBERT   HENRY   TANNER.
Per 3   '■'.'.   ionnell, Agent,
Dat. d  February 23rd, 1915,       ap22
i ricl 'ricl  of
i   n Charlotl     I
TAKE     OT1   E PI13 His Burg
ess, of  Victoi la,    B.   C,   occupation
wife  of  R. M    ' Intends   to
apply for | ermis lion to prospect the
following  described   lands   for   coal
, I   ; etroleum:   Co n     n lng   ai   a
anti 'l  : ' 'i chains easl  of the
": rnor   of    C     ;     Licence
l0. 1 Otard 1      I     henci
south    SO   ch tl        ■      isl     30
chains,     the*
thence to  the  point
ment.
.
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'    E   v .   KERR,
Redmond, Agent,
Dated    'el   u  rj   19th, nn:..       aplS
::'.:, ena Land District -.- District of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE'NOTICE that Albert Scott
Lock, of Victoria, B. C„ occupation
Salesman, inlends to apply for permission to prospect the following described lands for coal and petroleum: Commencing at a post planted
at   the   north-west   corner    of    Lot
Number  2434   incur    Otard    Bay)
thence wesi 80 chains, llience soulh
sn chains. Ihence cast SO chains,
thence north SO chains to Ihe point
of commencement,
ALBERT  SOOTT  LOCK,
Per J,  W, Connell, Agent.
Dated February 20th, 1916.       apl8
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Friday,  May 28,  191;
HON. W.R.ROSS   .
'EXPOSES CRISIS
MINISTER     OF - LANDS     MEE
CRITICISM OF CLERGYMAN
IN   VA\(<1!"\K1,
lie Shows Tli.it  'Hi.- Statements
Pliiunphlel  Arc Nol  Well
Founded,
rs
in
this  pamphlet has  been  the  serving | Skeena  Land  District —  District  of Skeena  Land  District — District  ofl
Rev. A ,E   C   ike, i   cretar:   if tl
Miniate I  i   ' inii . . vrltl   i   Hon.
w.  li.  Rob .-   ' ii-ii it ii  of landi .    n
closing    a  copj   ol    the  |
"The Crisis in Q, C. '     VIr,  Ri s     an
replli .1 in rat her definite tei ms of le
nial of certain charges made by the
of the highest Interests of the people |
of the i-i... ince, and also your wish;
that  1   penis,    .-our   . ublii atlon  am
exert my influence to setgire such in
vestigation as your organization de
sires.
Alter a perusal of your pamphlet
	
'oi      . nil n,   willingly    ir - otl     ■■ : ■
■:  c id  t.      il ir  ui "ii  ,i
■ .      ... i witn
■  members of I he ■ ivei nment,
Queen Charlotte Islands
TAKE NOTICE that Robert Dows-
well, of Victoria, B. C, occupation
Hotelkeeper, intends to apply for
permission to prospect the following
described  lands for coal  ami   petrol-
uimi Commencing nt a post planted
In yards tjouth ol the mouth'of Connell RL.-. ■ •;. Bui Bay, Porl
Channel,   thenci     80   chains    south,
hence  80  .      n t,     ! -     e   80
Ph-me Blue  183        Res.  Phone
UP-TO-DATE
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE  NOTICE  that  .lohn  Wesley
tionnBr'okei-,   intends   Io   a'pnly'for  LIuOSAY S CARTAGE £* S [ORIiOl
permission to prospect the following
described hind'- fi : coal and petroleum: Commencing at a post planted
120   chains, n irl the  centre   r'.'
Freemen's   Island    (Pujrl    Channel),
thence   SO  chi
chains noi hen •
3. T. P. CARTAGE AGENTS
12'i FOURTH STREE
JINGLE POT COAL
ihain    north, i.       ')  chain--: east j thence 80 chains south to the point
of coinmencem. n .
JOHN
ap22
i.i the poin    o •        if'.,'.
EtOBER 1'  ni'". i\* i'.l.l..
V. Connell    ■
Dnii'd Februi r       'rd, 1915        ap22
 ,  keena Land Di
"keena 1                i ricl  of!           ''-     "■   '                 ' :    ''
e civil TAKE   NOTICE tin
TAKE   NOTICE   thi I   Ro I MbnB, of Vi. I u ia B, C, o.
(Kenzi''   Bui             I   Victoria, B.  C, Carppbter, o i            or per-|
promi t ati
'  "r   Mr-   y"  ' -   '■'■■  ''"'   . acctipatlon   i     ber,  intendi   to applyjmissibn to proi II.     i
n      pui ol ':'■ ■    i     i.H'  permission   to   prospeel   ti..'   foi- scribed   lands   for  coa!   and
 lonini   .... posl '  ■!
nt   ihe   montli Irei
where il  enters  Victory  I'."' .   i      ie
to bi .; ,    '. ') ..I as
mucli   lalnnin    as pi      il     bu   :■ i.
clergyman, Mi. Itoss particularly ln8 the establishment of lie state-
says thai information in- is alleged to ""ants therein contained io chance
have suppressed was tally contained ;""' ""' future
in a speech lie made on toe floor of
the House. The letters are so interesting that they are here reproduced in  lull.
Hon. W. It. Ross, M. I'.. Department
of  Lands,  Victoria,  11.  C.
May ('., 1IH.".
Sir—I am Instructed to forward to
yon a copy of a phamphelt, entitled
"The Crisis in ll. ('.." which lias just
been issued by ihe Ministerial Union
of lhe Lower Mainland of British
Columbia. Please find copy enclosed.
• Needless to say our only motive in
taking such a step has been the highest interests of lho people of this
province, and we respectfully request,
that you would carefully peruse the
booklet and use your influence to
secure  such  an  investigation  as we
desire on behalf or the union.
m>
I ain yours respectfully,
(Signed) A.  B. COOKE,
Secretary.
13th May, 1916.
Rev.    A.  E.    Cooke, secretary,    the
Ministerial Union  of the  Lower
Mainland   of   B.   C,   2627   Trafalgar  Street,  Vancou- ei    '.:   C
I i ■..  -... knowledge  the
receipl ol your letter under dale ol
May ii, in whicli yon transmit a i qfi
or a pamphlel entitled "The Crisis
in B. C.,"»and whicli you Inform me
has jusl tn-''-! issui.' by the Mi lis
terlal Union ol' 111" Lower Mainland
of  British  Columbia,
1   nolo   your   statement   thai   the
only  organization   in   the   Issuing  of
lowing di      lb id  lands tor «oal and
i '■: roll ,■•■ i i ..   ■ lng  at a
planted 40 i lalnu «esl of I lie soul li-
east     corner    of    Kiokathla    Inlet, north .nil of Seal  Inlet, thence    SO
thence south  su cliains, tlience west
SO  chains, thence north   su   chains,
thence east 80 chains to the point of
commencement.
, OBERT   McKENZlE  BUB.G15SS.
I'> r .1.  W. Connell, Ageht.
Dated  February   22nd,   1915.      ap20
111-:  IIIOII  ( os;   OF   LIVING la:-
Dl-JCED l.'   B ; i;
ii lily   Domestic   Luini
S.II..-.D p.-c Eou
Besl   (.in.(lily   Washed    Nut   Conl
S.-1.V.-. Pec Ton
DELI rERED
—Till-:—
J. H. HILDITCR
Contractor and Suildei
Estimates given on ill clusses of
work, whether small or large. Per.
tonal attention given i" everj  item.
.■-:£. GREEN  321
FREDERICK  PETERS,   '..( .
11 irrl .hlli
O'.Ii.
ii'ii in     iiim     *ji     ui.a.1     inn i,     nn ie (. ' V "W * r«-i r
chains soutli, thenc    i hains west,  IlTiinil      TITIiiQTPT"      C,n
thence    0  ohains  north,  thenee   80  Ulllu»      11 eUI&iei       UU.
chains   i as"
nu ....'  ni at
To Ihat part of your pamphlet
which deals with the administrotion
of the "Land Act," 1 have given my
particular attention, and in the hope
that your desire for Information is
sincere, I am taking the liberty of
enclosing a copy of a speech delivered
del'
ministration.    The speech    contains lof the mouth of Joseph Creek, llience
my answer to the criticism directed 80    chains south,    thence    east    80
chains, thence nortli sii cliains,
againsl this depjwtment of the "public thence west su chains to the point of
service   and   having  the  highest   In-'commencement.
GEORGE   PALMER   MIGHT,
forests of the people of the province per j. \y, Connell, Agent,
al heart, you will no. doubt welcome Dated February  20th,  1915.      aplS
oinl    of   com-
HARRY   M.M.'.NN.
Dated February 24th, 1915.
Skeena  Land   District --  Districl   or
Skeena  Land  District - ■  District  of; Q,ieen  Charlotte  ™™*a-
Queen* Charlotte   Islands. TAKE  NOTICE  that   .lohn  .1.  Fin-
TAKE  NOTICE  that  George   Pal- ""''>• ,lf Victoria, B.  C, occupation
mer Might, of Seattle,  Wash., occu- Merchant,. Intends to app y  for per-
ipplT    [orl''"'sv,!',u '" Prospect the following de-
Prince Itupert, B.C., Phone >"(1
The Queen Charlotte
Oil Fields Limited
Oflice will open today in  Law-Rutlei
Building loi  sal.- of n limited
.........     ■   amount  of   Treasury  Slock
..ormiMlnn   t(.   n/iunwl   (lit.   fnllnsj.lr.ir SCribed    lands    lor    coal     and      potl'ol-
pei inibSion   io  piusieci  ine  ((mowing . . ,     .   ,'_*,T?f.    v..     .-.. ,,',,, ,v a. ,,     c...   i*.,-..
 „ _., , ,    „__ „. ., _.._,                     ■_;  Commencing at a post planted|*Ma.u. *.   MA(.lH)NALl),   Sec.-l.reaa,
m*amm-B-t~~^iu_m—iumam^ii.'>*
HAYNER BROS
Pioneer Funeral Directors and
Embnlmers.     Open    Day    anil
Nighl.     Ladies'     Assistant     in
Attendance.
PHONE 86.    Tin THIRD AVE.
"*WRr^W*IB^a""W3"^^ i i,"
1   by  myself  in  the  Legislature  In described lands for coal and   petrol- eum=  ^ommenc.ne n.  i.  jubi p milieu
— °* - -eminent, land ad-k- -« «„° c^^l^^^^oS^^
thence 80 chains norlh, thence sn
ichains east, thence 80 chains south,
ithence sn chSlns west to the point of
commencement.
JOHN  J.  FINNERTY,
Per  Jos. F. Redmond,  Agent.
Dated February 20th, 1915.        ap!8
my personal assurance thai each and skeena  _,aa<1 District — District of
every statement contained therein is | Queen  Charlotte Islands.
a statement of fact.
Skeena Land   District  —  Distri«f  of
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE   NOTICE   that   Albert   Scott.
Lock,  of  Victoria,  B.  C,  occupation|
Agent  and  Salesman, intends  to ayi-l
TAKE  NOTICE that Albert   Scott
Lock, of Victoria,  11.  C,   occupation
Agent,  inlends lo apply  for permis- P1*'  for permission   to   prospect   the
sion to   prospect   the   following   de- following  described    lands   for   coal
Commenting    nt   a
east   of the
al Licence No.
owing to the governmenl, under the I corner of Lot. No.  2435, thence 8°0
Reading   of  "Land   Sales.'     if  you Ichains west, thence 80 chains north,
If you will refer to past P.  of tt
in.....    ...»     |.i i'.*j.c..     naas     .ui.u.ii'm     uc-i"
speech you will see. thai I have dealt  scribed   lands   for   coal   and    petrol-1."111'1  petroleum
with    the   niicstion    nf   (h,.   ■ii-ve-(ra,i''uni:  Commencing at a post planted l'ost  Planted   SO  chains
wnn     (lie    (Hieslion     Ol     tne    .Ulcus ° , ' .'anntli-ina'l enrner of Cor
180  chains  north   ot   the   north-west soutn-easi cornei oi cu.
10020    (near   Otard     Day)
south    80    chains,   thence
CORPORATION"   OF   THE   CITY   OF
PRINCE RUPERT, B.  C.
WARNING.
Notice is hereby given that from
May 17th, 1915 until further notice,
during the laying of the water main
across Shawatlans Passage at Fern
Passage, the said Passage will be
.-lo led to nn igation, i cables will
be si run'.', across the same. All
boats using the Passage arte:- the
above date d" so at their own risk.
W. McGEORGE MASON,
City   Engineer.
Skeena    Land    Dlstrlcl   - District of
Queen  Charlotte  Islands
Take"     notice     that     Thomas     P.
O'Farrell, of Vancouver, B.C. miner,
Intends to  ai  Ij   to  the  Minister of
Lands foi  a f„ ense to pi oi h cl  tor
coal and pretoleum on .'..'• toll
•'
mcin - al   a ated
niilr     -.   si   Of    '
of loi   2 151, t!	
then.
D
3k(
n.u" te Isl
Take    not]        . Tl omas    P,
O'Farrell, of Vancouver, B.C. miner,
intends to apply to tho Minister of
Lands tor a license to prospect for
coal and pretoleum on the following
described lands: Commencing at a
ps»;t, situated two and a half miles
east and two miles north of the
south west corner of lot 2451, thence
s r-tli SO chain*, tlience west 80
chains, thenco nortli 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains to point of
commencement.
THOMAS   P.   O'FARRELL
Dated Hie 5th day of March.  1015.
will refer to page 24 of your
phlel you will see that you charge
me with suppressing the very information contained in iny speech. In
yo'ur pamphlet you suppress pari of
my statement and charge me with
SU]    '• I -sion.
f.ii  the same  page  of  youi   . a iu
phlel   you    charge  the     Legislature
with  tlie ■   Ion of infoi nation
contained in a return made to
House by myself on January 28,
1914. This i hai ge yon bi si ni on
the circumstances that the details of
the return were nol published in the
journals of the House. If you will
consul! the journals of the lions.' for
1914 you will see that it was not tlie
practice of the Legislature to publish
returns In any manner other than by
a - oi - . iin ininute, All told, during
the ision of 1914, there were eight
returns presented, and iu accord
am e wil h th. cm torn all weri
in the same manner as the return
iri ent : bj me on January 28, In
view ol Ho B. Cotswo
menl thai he secured the inforn atlon
contained In the return long afterwards by rifling tbe cupboard of the
clerk of the Legislature "assembly,
you will no doubt, be surprised to
learn that the return in question
was published in extenso in I hi VI. ■
t.orla Colonlsl on tne morning I'ol-
Its submission to thi I . i -
lature.
these point to thc
nd       irlty   on
.jthence   SO   chains   east,   thence    80
chains south  lo  the  point   of   com-
' mencement.
ALBERT   SCOTT   LOCK,
Per J.  W. Connell, Agent.
Dated February 20th, 1915.        aplS
IMPERIAL MACHINE »;:
Engines   Installed   and    c.en
Repairs
in    Con.
Third
Skeena Land Districl — District of
a Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Alberl Scott
I.nek. of Victoria, B C. occupation
Agent, Intends to apply for permission to prospeel the following described lands foi co il and ■ etrol-
eum: Commencing al a post planted
at   the   north-wesi     corner    of   Lol
Queen   Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE   ' I iTICE   "'ai   Robert    Mc-
Kenzie  B s,   of  Victoria,  B.   C„
occ ipatli Bar-In r, Intends to apply
for permission to prospect the following described lands for coal nnd
p. troleum:    Com  i at   a   posi
planted     120    cliains    northea
Porter Island  (an island in the   entrance    of   Rennals    Sound),    tllence
thence north SO cliains, thence westlnorth   80    chains,   thence    eas
SO  chains,  thence  south  80   chains; chains,    thenco    south     80    .hains
thence east SO chains to tlie point of]thence   west.  SO   (hains  to  the  point
|commencement , of commencement
(VLBERT  SCOTT  LOCK.
Per .1.  VV. Connell, Agenl.
Number
1434    (near   Otard    Hay)
Oxy-Acctj'lene   Plant
thence
east   SOJl'hone Red  1B0
chains, thence north SO cliains,
tlience west SU chains to the point
of commencement.
ALBERT  SCOTT  LOCK,
Per .!.  W. Council,  Agent.
Dated February  20th,  1915.        ap!8
DR. GILROY, DENTIST
Crown  and  Bridge  Worl-   a
Specialty
Offlcei  Smith   Block.   Third   Avenua
A. FAULDS, M.I. M.E.
Consiil'.iig Mining Engineer
Examinations   and    development    ol
*  Coal, Metal, Oil. Etc.
709 Duusmuli  St.      Vancouver, B.C.
P.O. Boi 1714 Telephone <48
RITCHIE,   AGNEW   &   CO.
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Prince  Rnpert,   !!.('.
Waterworks, Water Power, Wharf
Construction, Reports, Plans, Doniln-
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Dated  February 20th. 1915.
aplS
Skeena   Land  District —  District of
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
TAKE   NOTICE   that    George    W.
Kerr, of Prince Rupert, B. O, occupation   Prospector,  inlends  to  apply
for  permission  to prospect   the   following described lands for coal and
petroleum:     Commencing  al   a  posl
planted 320 i   ains easl of the mouth
of   Wesi    River,    Ihence    north    SO
chains, i hem < eai I  80 chains, . hence
louth    Sn     chains,   then.'"    west     80
i.Mii   of   commencement.
IE   •:•     KERR,
Pi .   fan ■     '■'   Redmond, Agent.
.;  Febr iarj   19th,  1915.    ap!8
ROBERT   McKENZlE   BURGESS
Per J. W. Connell, Agi nl
of
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SHINGLES, MOULDINGS, SASH, DOORS
Prince Rupert Lumber Co.
hlKST AVE. ANII McBRIDE ST. PRINCE lil PKI
Phone ?.S Branch Yard    I ! ti itheri . B.C
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Skeeno   Land   District   —   IHstrict  of
i lotte   Islands.
■, E t OTICE thai John Weslej
Connell, of Vii toria, B. C„ oi cupation Urn1, r Intends lo i pply for
„. Mm sion to prospetl the following
described land, tor coal and petroleum: Commencing al a post planted
80 i and 80 chains wei I
fvom the centre of Freemen's Island
i on the soul h  ilde of Pori channel),
outh, tl ence   80
Im   norih
. be ; arl ol .v1 est coast ol  Graham
ind,    bene.      0 i east I
Skeena  Land   District  — Districl
Queen  Charlotte  Islan Is.
TAKE   NOTICE  that George  Palmer   Might,  of  Seattle,  Wash.,  occupation   Agent-,   inlends   to    apply    for
permission to  pros eel  the following
described    lands    for   coal   and   petroleum:     Comment ing   at    a   post
planted    210    chains   east     of    Un
mouth  of  Wesi   Rii i r,  tin nee soul li
80   chains,   thence  west    80    chains,
thence north  sn  cliains, thence easl
Su chai:     to tli i point of
ment.
'";V'K.' orKnafl
Dated  February   19th,   1915.       I .
Coal, Cement, Plaster and Brick
AND A COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDERS" SUPPLIES
WESTH0LME LUMBER CO., LTD.
First Avei Prince Rupert        Telephone 188
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REPORT.
Furnished by E. W,  Howling.
Vor -4  liours ending 5  p.m.
Thursday,   May   27,   1915.
I'.ar. reduced to sea level  . . .   29.Sr
Highest  temperature       56.
Lowest  temperature      48.
Rain   59
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RESERVE.
NOTIOE IK HEREBY (11VEN that
the   Reserve  existing    on    Detentior,
Island btr reason of a Notice pubMcD-
ed in the Brltisl: Columbia Gazette ot
he 3utb uf May, 1912, Is hereby can
ailed,
R.  A.  RENWICK,
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Hal   Brown,   lotiuc'rh   of  this cily,
Is here for a few days.    He is now a
resident of Portland, Oregon.
Arrivals At Hotel Prince Rnpert,
NOTICE.
Tlle Canadian  Patriotic Fund.
Will those who need assistance
from the above fund, resident ln the"
city or district and whose breadwinner is on active servioe with tie
forces of the Empire or her Allies,
kindly notify tlie secretary of the
local organization,
tf W. H   C9LLISQN,
P.O. Box 7.3 5.
SYNOPSIS      OF      COAL      MINING.
REGULATIONS.
Coal mining rights ot tbe Domln-
ian in Manitoba, Sasi.artche.van and
Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the
Northwest Teraitories and a po*nisn
of the Province of BritisVi C<*(»mhia,
may be leased for a term of twenty-one years at an anaual rental of
$1 per acre. Not mora than 2,Ml
acres vnill be leased to one applicant.
Applications for a lease swis-t be
made by the applicaat in person to
rtie Agaut or Sub-Agent of the district im wliicb the rights appWeJ far
are situated.
In surveyed terrltsry the landt
lust be described by seations, or
ieagal subdivisions of sections, and
iu unsurveyed territory fhe bract applied for shall be staked out by the
applicant himself.
Eaeli amplication must be ae»om-
paiwed by a fee of Jo, whiah will he
refunded lf the rights applied for
are not available, but nJt •'•her-
wise. A royally shall be paid on the
merchantable output of the mine »tl
the rate of five oents per ton.
The person operating tbe mine
shall 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 iur
nished at least once a year.
The lease will include the coal
mining righls only; but the lessee
may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be
considered necessary for the working of the mine at the rate of $10
per acre.
For" full information application
should be made to the. Sewetary of
the Department of the Interior, Ot
lawa, or to any Agent or Sub-
Agent of Dominion Lands.
\V. W. CORY
Deputy-Minister of the Interior
Fred P. Wilson. Vancouver; C. 11.
Flood, Anyox; M. Mclnnis, Anyox;
R. P. Sievers, Chicago; D ,H. Beatty,
Kitwanga; D. Kraun, Edmonton; T.
P. Lake, Carlisle; W, \V. Patterson,
Prince George; R. J. McDonnell,
New Hazelton; Anthony Anderson,
Victoria; D. C. Scott, Vancouver; T.
A. Clary, Toronto; T. W. Miller,
Winnipeg; H. McAush, Edmonton;
R. E. Troppier, Edmonton; J,
Mitchell, Vancouver; Thos. J. Peake,
Vancouver; Chas. E. Leavitt and
wife, Winnipeg; W. P. Scott, Seattle.
 o ■——
Football.
The first game for the Prince Rupert Football League cup will be
p'ayed this evening on the recreation
ground, Acropolis Hill at 7  p.m.
A request is made that the players
be on the grounds sharp at 7 p.m.,
so as not to delay the game.
The line up of the Drydock team
will be as follows:
J. A. Grant, goal; M. McDuff and
.1. Woods, full backs; D. Nelson, A. i
Dickson and U. Smith, half-backs;
.T. Wright, J, McWilliams, S. .1.
Wincliby, R. .Jones, and J. MeCrate,
forwards;    W.   Mcllray,   reserve.
Tiie Drydock team will receive
their uniforms at the exhibition
building, before the starting of the
game.
The  Supply   Will   Be  Shipped  From
Bore By Oil Car
Tanks.
Tiie new oil tanks being erected
al this poinl hy the G. T. 1'., are
fasl Hearing completion, ami oil
burning locomotives will shortly lie
tunning through the entire Province
of British Columbia, says the lie-
Bride Journal. Tiie tanks are composed of two buildings, one containing iu tlie basement, a receiving tank
of aS.lPO gallons (240 uanclsl. with
a service tank overhead, with a capacity of 21,000 Imperial gallons
(GOO barrels). The otlier building of
dodecagonal form, 58 feet by 27
feet high, contains the storage tank
with a capacity of 300,000 Imperial
gallons,  (10,000 barrels).
The fuel oil wi" be brought by
steamer to Prince Rupert, from
Southern California, and is being
supplied by the Imperial Oil Company. Specially designed car tanks
have been provided for transporting
the oil to the various divisional
points.
A splendid paper entitled "The
handling of oil fuel in extreme c'i-
inate conditions," was recently read
before the Western Canada Railway
Club, of Winnipeg, the same being
written by .Mr. .1. G. LeGrand, bridge
engineeer, G. T. P. Railway. This
paper is very interesting to all concerned, and has been published in
all the leading engineering papers
throughout  the  American  continent.
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Skeena     Land     District—district  ot
Queen  Oharlotte  Islands
Tako notaice that Thomas P.
O'Farrell, of Vanuouver, B.C. miner,
intends to apply to the Minister of
Lands far a license to prospect for
coa! and pretoleum on the following
desoHJoed  lands:
Commencing at a post situated C
miles west of the ssuth-west corneal'
of lot 2451, thence nortli SO chains,
thenee east SO chains, thence soutli
Su chains, tlien<ce west SO chains to
point of commencement.
THOMAS   P.   O'FARRELL.
Hated 4th day of March, 1915.
68th Regiment, E.G.O.R.
REGIMENTAL ORDERS
Orders by  .Major J.  II.  McMullin,
commanding:
1, Orderly Officer:—For week
ending Mist May; Lieut. ,J. Beatty
nexl  for duty.    Lieut. Carss.
2. i"nroiinent:--Tlie undermentioned having been enrolled is taken
on the strength of the Regiment, and
posted to "A" Company, witk efffect
rrom  19lb  inst.
"Edward Vickers Ling."
8. Appointments:—Lieut. Carss, is
appointed Acting Adjutant vice Capt
' Gillatt on leave.
4.Parades:—"A" and "B" Company will panade in' front of the Assessors office on Wednesday, 26th
inst., Friday, 28th Inst, at 8 p.m.
Rifle exercises Sees (13-21.) Should
the weathec be inclement, parades
will be held at the Exhibition building.
B.O.
J. B. GILLATTT,  Capt.
Acting   Adjutant.
slstance in getting all that was needed here.
Tlle late government tied the
fisheries up so that when he became
a representative, it was impossible
for a whiteman to get a license to
fish, It took s little time to change
the regulations. Now any whiteman
could get a license. A charge was
made whereby a bona fide pre-empto:.
whether a naturalized subject or not
could get a license.
Mr. ClemeiKls alluded to the
amending of the regulations under
which bonding privileges could be
given lo American bottoms. He
pointed nut that there were difficulties, and many of them in getting
these regulations amended. It had
been done, however, and he was glad
lo know that the city was getting
the benefit of what was done.
He felt that the great fishing concerns from Seattle had come here
owing to the strategic position the
city held. It was up to the citizens
to aid  this.
He felt proud of his leader, Kir
Robert Borden. He had never ceased
to proclaim, thai when Britain was
at war, Canada should be al war.
Alluding to ihe naval policy of Sir
Robert, after conferring with Ihe best'
authorities in Britain, lie said that
iii.- $35,000,000 was a paltry sum for
such a Dominion as Canada io vole.
The leader of the Governmenl said
the bolt might come withoul warning. Sir Wilted Laurier and the
Liberal party were responsible for
voting that down. This last session
said tho speaker, the Liberals had
again voted down the sum proposed
to be  voted.
Mo had gone down from here with
one hundred and twenty-nine of the
men from here. They should all be
proud of them. He had gone out
from Ottawa and met them at 6:30
in the morning and spent the day
with them, bidding them good bye.
They were fighting for the freedom of the world, and they could be
only one ending and that was victory
for them. There would be great losses, but the Empire would be welded
together as never before. They must
all do their duty as well as those at
the front.
Mr. Clements referred to the fact
that he had got 3,500 miles of telegraph line built in the district. He
had had to'fight i'or it, but he felt
it was necessary.
i
He was not going lo say good bye
to Prince Rupert. If -Mr. .Merryfleld
was as persistent as a representative
as he was as a correspondent, tho
constituency would be well looked
after. There was no personal services that lie appreciated more than
Mr. Merry-field. He would come back
as often as he could.
Hon. Dr. Young was given a
splendid reception. He referred lo
the fact that he was a pioneer in
the north, having gone Into Atlin in
the early days. He felt that he was
entitled to be regarded as being connected with Prinse Rupert, for as a
member of the Government, he bad
had to deal with many things here.
Dr. Young proceeded to deal with
tbe naval question. He told of Sir
Robert Borden's visit to Hie Old
Country where be went into'' the
whole situation. The Premier returned and announced that an
emergency existed. His warning was
not heeded, however, by the Liberal
party that deemed there was any
emergency. Did an emergency exist?
asked the minister. The answer was
found in the armies sent to the front.
Does an emergency exist? he asked,
with the reply to refer it to the
friends of Major Peck and Capt.
Moore.
The Conservative party had stood
by principle in all these matters. It
had forced Sir Wilfrid at the time
of the Soutli African war to send
troops there. The Llbera's were a
standing joke.
The Conservatives fought for justice und for equal rights to all. Tho
fight of the Conservative party was
not for aggrandisement and for conquest, Britain had by its best blood,
demanded the freedom of all. Britain
would go through with Ihe war. In
pledging (he credit of the country as
it did. the Conservatives showed they
were determined to go through with
this policy. The questions before the
people today were so great that it
was lamentable to see what, the
Liberals were doing. They were not
rising to the occasion as the men In
England' had been doing. It was
with the Liberals power at any cost.
He instanced what bad been done
in the Islands, where advantage was
taken, because W. M. Foster, M. P.
P. was serving with the Canadians
to take the party unaware.
Dr. Young sat down amid prolonged applause.
Cheers for Sir Robert Borden, Hon.
fi. C. Young, II. S. Clements, J. E.
Merryfleld, William Manson and J.
A Kirkpatrick were given, followed
by the singing of God Save the King.
Skeena  Land  District — District  of
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that George W.
Kerr, of Prince Ruport, occupation
Prospector, Intends to apply for permission lo prospeel the following described lands for conl and petroleum:
Commencing at a post planted 16*
chains east and SO chains north of
the mouth nf West River, thence
norlh SO chains, thence east 80
chains, thence south SO chains,
thence wost 80 chains to the peint
of commencement.
GEORGE   W.   KERR,
Per James F. Redmond, Agent.
Dated February 19th, 1915.        apl8
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