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PRINCB RUPERT, B. C, FRIDAY,        APRIL 23,  1915.
-ii"1 ■    ; 'j       i ..   . —
Psiee   5   Cents.
NO    138.
FFEREDH
GAINSTAnACKS
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RUSSIA
f::, ':,"..";■     ;,v.f
%ll Trade Cut Off
For Present Between
Britain And Holland
ES IN CARPATHIANS
&    ^:  ' '■':-,} .
Amsterdam, April 22.—The British government has stopped all
shipping between Holland and th«
BAited Kingdom. No ships are leaving for Holland after today, nor will
Bhl) s from Holland be admitted In
British ports.,
It in hoped shortly to run a limited cargo and passenger service ba-
tw    a  the' countries.
YESTERDAY'S    1SASI"I!AL1V
Moil Invest en,    League.
''icioiia,  9;   Vancouver,  8.
Seattle,  I; Tacoma, 3,
•pokane,  1,0;  Aberdeen, 1.
National League.
New  "forlt, -I;   Brooklyn, 0,
Cincinnati, 2;   Pittsburg, 8.
Chicago, ii;   St. Louis, 9.
I:.i.i.in,   I;  Philadelphia, 8.
American League.
Washington, 5;  New York,
Detroit, 5; Cleveland, 3.
Philadelphia, 6;  Boston, 7.
Ft. Louis, 4; Chicago, R.
Coasl  League.
Los Angeles,-4; Oakland, 6.
Salt Lake, 5;  Portland,   I.
San  Francisco, 5;   Feniee, :l
Arrivals Hole! Prince Rupert,
E. W. Richards and family, Porl
Simpson; W. Goldbloom, Vancouver; II. A, Bukovich, Edmonton; .1.
Mcllveen, Vancouver; Blair W,
Fleming, Vancouver; John W. Patterson, Vaiiileriiooi'; W. W, 0 ii.
Quesnel; IT. S. Le Page, Vancouver;
.lohn II. Port', Vancouver; A. .1.
Bates, Vancouver; J. E. Robarts,
Soulh Fort George; Barkley Bon-
throne, Vancouver; S. A. Mifner,
Winnipeg; .las. Murdock, Toronto;
U< tier Bontlirone, Vancouver;
Mrs. P. G. Flaherty, Smithers; Roy
Flaherty, Sniithers; R. .1. McDonnell, Xew Hazelton; R. M. Burns,
Telkwa; .1. Mitchell, Fo£t George;
S. D. Murphy, Smithers: Mrs. .1. W,
Ferguson, Haysport; N, 1). Beck
Edmonton;   J.  W. Noel, Edmonton.
Scientific Investigation.
Ur. Perry, representing the t'nii-
• .1 si..', Geological Department,
was a passenger by the Princess Maquinna yesterday, lie is going nortl:
to Investigate the mineral resources
there, particularly the coal prospects.
Russians Drove Back
Austrians In Attack
On Bukowina Front
Petrograd, April 22.—.An official
report received here says:
"In the Carpathians the Austrians
attempted to make attacks on our
positions near Telepotch ou the
Bukowina rront. The enemy's offensive movement was repulsed by
our counter-attacks at the point of
tbe bayonet.
"The enemy Buffered very heavy
losses and fell back ou bis former
position."
LOCAL  CHILDREN WILL
HOLD FLAG  DAY  FOH
RED-CROSS  SOCIETY
On Sal unlay next the newly-
formed chapter of the Childr n of
the Empire will hold a flag •!:!■'.
The flags of llll'."' of the Allies will
be sold by lho children for lea cents
per sat of three. Proceeds from the
sale of those flags will be sent, to the
Canadian Red Cross Society. Although calls upon tho generosity of
the public lut'o boon numerous, we
know ibis effort by th« e!ille*ren will
receive tho whole-baartsd siMsport of
everyone, »»!» ti
FORMER CHIFF  DIES.
.lames   Cross,in.   Once   Head    of    lhe
Nanaimo Pplice, Passed Away
on   Monday.
A well-known citizen of Nanaimo
passed away last .Monday in tlie person of James Crossan, former chief
cl" police of that city. The deceased
retired from active work with ihe
force four years ago, and has sin.
then prominently Identified himself
villi  public effori in lh<> city,  lie oc-
cupli ,l i I      ion or chief of police
f,.:- aboul 16 years, was well ami
I, vornbl; no »n all over lhe Island
. nd ' i, Ince as an oni rgetlc and
off!, lal, lie leavi a a widow,
..no son and on.' .laughter to mourn
his loss.
Made Gambling Raid.
■ Tbe city police ns a result of n
raid nf Chinese Quarters local' d b
gambling joint in King Tai's place
yesterday, Fire fines of $10 each
were Inflicted.
.vft.i tiv si ota»» «i>mmmmmm
tm:iitmm*imx—m#<-*t,?<*>>v-—- v.f*ejm#tit->
HON. W, J, BOWSER IS ti
lieu. W. J. Bo-wesr, Attorrjey-ijeuernl of the  Province,   expects
- live hy tho Prince Itapwr   next Wednesday.    He is going   on
i      .nyox on ofUeial   siajgssyis, and it is expected return
same   iieaaae-r.   He will ltaase   Vancouver M, lit on
trip. x
H^-HS im& SWISI »»i«vi'.Sa«.^^
FOSaEST WEALTH
.       DOMINION       COMMISSIONER
SHOlIaD  !!L0 OF SPECIAL ADVANTAGE TO PROVINCE.
Minis'  i- of i amis -     '   itisl
hin Is Taking .Acl ive   Pari   in
Developing Markets,
orla,    :'.   ('.,    April    22.—The
Hon.  W.   R.  Eosi .   -i" Isl   ''
■ , who di   b
, in i , hi .' yen rs has organized a :
iness administration and prot.
of the forests of that province, is
now undertaking the systematic de-
velopnit'ii! of wider markets tor
British Columbia forest products.
The importance of this work to the
province cannot be over-estimated.
The annual value of the forest products or Britsh Columbia in 1913
was nearly $34,000,000. Tiie forests
of the province are so extensii
to support in perpetuity live times
as greal an industry, or- one worth
$170,000,000. This sum of money
practically all of which would a'.'
distributed in the province for labor
supplies and transportation, wotlli
ensure continued prosperity lo ;il!
classes, benefitting the farmer with
the tradesman and  me ihanic.
The markets of Britisii Columbia
lumber and other Eoresl products
musl he found outside Britisii Columbia. Mr. Ross has, therefore,
been active in securing the appointment of the forester of pic province
as a special commissioner of ihe
Dominion Government to investigate
the possibility of shipping Canadian
lumber to all the Important foreign
lumber markets of the world. He
will visit iii particular Ihe Uniteu
Kingdom, France, Italy, South
Africa, Australia, .New Zealand, India, China and Japan. The information gained from this investigation
will form the basis of the steps tr;
he taken by Mr. Ross in making it
easier for Britisii Columbia manufacturers to export to foreign markets.
JOE" BOYLE HAS     j Turkish Troops Have
well-known   mining    opi
■ who i:qi
WAS   HI1RE.
He  W
Princess    Maquinna
■
The  C.    I'.    R,   steamer    !'   ti
iqul   i reached
i " ' .   on I • ■ way norlh to Ska; i
had  ..ii  boa d   i.        ;    d
. ,' 'ialions    of
'M early breaking up of the Yukon
River ice, navigation ..a that stream
will not be begun until June 1. Of-
ucfli'K of lho While Pass and Yukon
route, operating steamboats from
lhe headwaters :il Whitehorse, Y.T.,
'..   lhe  mouth    of  Cue    liver   at   St,
ii    ,i.  Ala 1;.., said  the   low .
. t   ihe   water   along    the    50-mile
stretch     between    Whitehorse    and
i,ai"-   Labai   ■■   made  it   inadvi   ibl
to start the river boats ahead ..'.' the
i'l .    St. amboats leaving Se-
al I le May 21 win conned wiih the
first boat leaving Whitehorse. Pasters desiring to take the firsl
hen; from Hie lower end or Lake La-
barge must  leave Seattle April 30.
Anions those ou hoard the Princess Maquinna was .1. W.  Boyle, the
..  Ithy     Yukon     gentleman      who
finance.1   Boyle's   Machine   Gun   Section.    Mr.    Boyle   is    president    and
genera]   manager  of   the   Canadian
•■   Mining  Com!';"!.'.
.Mr. Boyle has just returned rrom
a visit to England, and about this
he gays:
"Except that London is filled witli
so'diers, one can scarcely realize
that. Hie country is at war. The upper portions ot the street lamps are
painted black to safeguard the city
against hostile aerial craft, and only
Hie ground lloor of lhe slorcs arc
lighted. Yet there is n..l much
cliiiii!;.'. and 'business as usual' is 1."-!
ir   observed.   I observe everyw ; ei e
.       '     li'.ll     III     ,!...       III.'.'
■ v        i     '       nd, and. there
At Hands Of JBritish
DISTINC
'   BY   TRAIN
Party   from   Edmonton   Came   in   bj
the (..   V.  ■■'.  : ii ■
Ulght.
Among the  .        ugers wli
ed by the G. T. P. last q re-nii
Mr. Jusl ic VV. im li. 11. "    k of th.
rei      i',  -, ■  of Alb. rta,    i  I   Hon
ial re-
•
i P. rsian
:   the
than
1   tor.     Mil",     i quip-
il     and    ami:    nitioi been
taken.
"In dependent     eporl on    that
the retirement of I he T u ks lias
b '.'ii a rout. During the -■ ti il tha
Turks  were    molest. .!   by    turn-coal
J.  C.  Noel,  district  judge   tor   Ed-  :Kl:,,, tribesmen,
monton.   They  are  passengers south      "There an   pel  Isl  nl  rumors that
this  morning by  the  Prince  Rupert, tne Turkish  commander-in-chief has
Judge X'i' I  ■        Eon    rl; i'i' nl
or Dawson.
There  also   came   in   by   the   tl ill
Peter  Gunn,    M.P.P.    for    Lac
Anne in the .'.!'■ e.  He
is on ! ddlu      ui;' and will
the trip soulh. .'-.  '   , famil
Edmonton wen Iso ab rd, malting a trip south. Mr, Woods, who
is now solicitor for the McArthur
contracting firm and rallwa; builders, was at one time deputy attorney-general for Alberta.
They   all    speak    in    the    hi|   ■ -
.   the   '. '!'. p. servic ■ ai r  is
the   coi.i iu< m.     ".Ir.   Cm.n,   « no   was
t ii inerly in  the   I fudson's   Bay   ■ :r-
vi>'.\   had   no'   s i. a i r    for
thirty-two years until he boarded the
Prince Rupei I  ... I  i   ening.
commil    ,'        clde.    The    i asuallles
among the . a. my reached 6,1 ."
*   *   ■>   *
12 PKI.M'i:  t" PERT CADET    -
UPS. *
Ordei - bj   G« oi ge   Le It,   (':.- •
* det Instructor, foi tl reek '
24th: •
* Tuesday, 7:16 p.m., drill In •
iinif. band  prai tiee. *
* . Wednesday, 7:30 p.m., all •
Cadets to parade In uniform at *
K, of P.  Hail for Concert. *
Saturday, 9:30 p.m., drill not  •
* in uniform. *
Saturday,   v-   p.m.,   ambulance •
practice for A Co. »
R i   ..   •   i nrE, oc. ■•■
•  *  *
On French Front
Allies Have Been
Victorious Yesterday
SHORNCLIFFE SOLDIERS
IN   TOUCH   WITH   FROM
The Minister has also under con   | bt the Brltisl    ■
deration    plana     for    co-;.,' ratini ,'liile   the
i.e.-  full  of  un:'   matter!
Is i 11 of It,   confltleni ■
":    , ind    reel   itin     Is
Local Soldiers Tell of Hie   Wounded
Coming  Rack  I
Hi '.He.
«llti lie  Hml        iu In itrl. b    "f   Hi"
, 'iu  creating a    ■■ di
iiiiiid for    provincial    luml i
duels in  i It  Canadl in
Paris. April :.'2. According to the
official news received ,','■ following
marked the day a;  ihe front:
Lan ■:'..   'I;.'   Bril It h   re-
Ised al '.       .'.i   Hill  60  the
.   counten with
i'l died.
"ii,     Vrgonn. German     il tack
i- ■
'     ' Ci nada.    Tli.'      ■   ' ,,
Ing  tho  British   Col
rati. ' '      ■■      Is oi
which  mean i  millions  ..r .1"'
Hie people of Hi.:  ] rn. ince, and  for
i '.i.   r lason    ii   is   receh Ing   ."ireful
consideration   at   the  hands  of   the
Government.
Buck from Fa«t.
R»9V, .1. 11. Dimmick, pastor "f (lie
Methodist Church, returned by thi
c. T? P. last evening, after a visit
l.> ins parents in Hamilton, Ont.
Hurinu;  his  visit   hi rents,   who
;        agi a "f : ■'.■ ,-vi. :.i-.'t ,
I Shelr golden wi ddlng.
— «_ ' the |
!>.   McCorklndale of The   Journal!
'
i 'iii".!     from    a     trip    ea
be ■. li Ited hie parents in Fori
I. .'
of l ' '      lei
...
Provlslo
llvered lo . -   I  I   ,
I   in   (lilfci : '   ' '.'land ]
and Belgl   i       '. -   whole of tl
try   has  been  (livid.
und  ngai '   Into i   nm      .      The , co
pie   v. liii      .'. ;■    | "  i' Ion     to
for   theii li      purchase   th< »i
rrom    lie '   ' I by the n
lief board,   li       igailon  co
Id  every   ': It
I   f ti rn
:
W. J, MiCutcliei
letl       .      , .
j incd
thai all ll"
.      .
.    ' Inzi "mi
ite march ol o   30
lie alludt
chyard tin
of newly-made I       es,       I   on 1
lai     '."..-'       I red ' ;  ■
in  lay   I'.', ers on I     ni    Moi    of    ie      C dine,  lo. al  m        tu    of R.
v "   . ii seen Ih.      * ■ i Kelly * ctui-ned  lasl    ovi ning
train la
■'        "     ' ■     r, a ftor
"' im ,   i',i :   re-
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Ing Mi.'   .        .     ..■      ;    . ■. i ti l
.,r yteun
■ ■ .■ sei ring with the i        s, .   .
At 1 battle i     '
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II
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and
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work.
■ nlloned
" ibofa-
•*,. Friday,  April 23,
191*..
ac
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I'UsraltS
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its offering for Hie soldiers  ivh.
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Offlce
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On     1' ar   	
	
Tin   ,
If   not   paid   in
Mouth   . . .
vhich   British   Columbia   will   collect 'S'WamJSriMBmHK.W^^
Product No.
.$0.50
BKLY EDITION.
Published eveij  Fri/in
latlon   outside   the   City   of   Priuce,
Rupert at $2.00 u yen;-, addressed to ' I
■
points In ('Width.;  or IJ.P0 a yeai   to
all   points   lu tho  Unrtad    Kingdom
the   Huited  staiion or other   torel a
countries.
Advoitlsini!  Rates  Upon Applicu
'
nd   tin   ■    ii'h.    'i
n   nl
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■ '   - ■■   ,     rovl
ui
inand fa
■ .
V.\ i.VDl
di '
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ol
con t
ish   .-,
would
i
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curred       ■
A d
' ministry  has
retired an I to have a.
..,;, . .1 .,r allowed a commission on
purchases, Greai Britain not long
ago discovered thai several army officers were receiving regular commissions from lhe Linton lii..: in
connection with army contracts, '
British army has had iis own troubles over He purchase ol iiiisuil-
able .mil 'I. fective goods. Tht , ■ I
no reason in buj pose thai it will do
business in Canada at any disad-
vantage so far as concerns the honesty and  Intelligence "f contractors.
If Bril officers read thai an in-
n; government
purchaser ac | ted a number of de-
fecl . - orses, I hat will nol prevenl
the British purchase ol' horses in
Canada, tor the worst incident may
in- compared wiih Britisii purchases
of horses in Hungary for the Boer;,,, inches Kqlu„-e, bundled in *00's,
'''"■ wrap in old linen;  make ot old soft
So far only a small proportion of,linen and do not, rold. .Mouth wipes,
manufacture! I u- .he war have becnj-l inches square, and follow direc-
produced  in  iliis  proi ince. Tiie  con-|tions re wash  cloths.  Face rags,  10
Contains anew". 2%  Whs.
$1.5(1
iHfLEXMV   FOR   PLtfaMRBRS
• 19 ir. st-rietily
: '• upply
,11      - mannfacl .re  is
nol     . Dept.   or
i'. ,..'1110   that
fl tit
mil   pro-
llo ,i'd  to
reduce
...... ,
A POWERFUL SOLVENT FOR
CLOGGED UP DMIN PIPES
"DO" destroys • renin,:!,mi.ns  ,t hut,   paper,   eloihs.    hair,    slime
grease,   vegetables, soap,  fruit and nmny others.   H is harmless i"
hues plumbing.
DON'T A KG IK        DOWT PUT OFF TEST »IT
Table  preparation  im    been so geaierall-    succosc^l    in    clearing
dmine that it is nought over and over again  by   inTise   who
ts]iod :i, but Inasmuch as no on   can know Hi., actual condition ex-
istrog within .. i'l;,, i'  :.■ absoutely Impossible Eor the manufacturer or (he dealer to guarantee tie result.
CHEMICAL PRODUCTS CO., NEW YORK
I'OIJ SALE   15V
b'Oll
Steamship Sailings
FOR VANCOUVER
S.S. Prince Rupert every Friday at 9 A.M.
S.S. Prince John every Sunday at 7.30 P.M.
For Mi ... S.  Prince   ;    n    .- iry second  Saturday at 10   p.m.
commencing April 17.
For Naas River points    S. ,s.   rince John every   lecond Saturday 10
p.m., commencing April H.
\
For Anyox    ;'. .'.  Prince George  every  Wednesday at midnight.
THK   (:..j.; iin
... . ■
■
Passenger train carrying eledlii   lighted sleeper and   parlor   cafe
car leaves  for the easi on Wednesdays   and   Kami-days   at    10
a.m.
j   Tsrougli  tourisl   sleeping  car to St.  Paul every  Wednesday,
8   For  through   tickets,   re  ir ations and   full   Information   apply   to
0. T   ". Vi.    ace, Third  Ave.;  Agency all Atlantic Steatn-
. ship  Linos.
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11
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In
i basl       i- the pur
■ ths a". I
'■'''" : i ■; bundle, and each bund     of 100 I
oil com
presses    |iads,    swal       ind
: " i ■ i arl Icle. Face clothe
hemmed and with loop, fomentation
cloths, cup covers, handkerchiefs,
etc., co,inf as heretofore. The cen-
iral depot of tbe local branch has
issued the following instructions for
Hie benefit of workers either in the
city or in the country districts who
may be desirous of making supplies
from old linen, etc.:
Sheets. 60x90; draw sheets, GOx
90, used double; handkerchiefs, IS
xl8 Inches, unfilled; pillow cases, I)
inches longer than the above with
no buttons or tapes. Bandages
should he torn, not cut, bundle into
• . and mark on the out! I I of
the bundle the size of the bandages.
Do not mix sizes. Fasten off each
bandage with a safely pin; live yards[j
long; 2, .'!, I, 5, and 6 inches wide.
Slings, 40 inches square. Triangular
bandages, make same size as above
and  cut   diagonally.     Wash    cloths.
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j       tW3aSaa.AlaV. j'Vta,! Cat,
AND A COMPLETE LINE Of BUILD]
(ES
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Telephone 186   S
i> i}<,'H>3M«a-i"f£i"rt-;a&^
»iiW'a»aW&i»a-ii*w ., .Va-y-tiwvu.aDv'v,
Thompson Hardware Co., Limited
Camping Supplies
PHONE 101, P.O. DRAWER 1045 330 SECOND AVE.   j
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SHINGLES, MOULDINGS, SASH, DOORS
Prince .Rupert Lumber Co.
FIRST AVE. AMI McBIIIDE
Phone 25
l. PRINCE Itt'PEII r
Branoh Yard at Smithers, B.C.
mmmrn-mm———m—mm~—&m—m——mm—m—m
tracts ror she'ls Is an interesting departure, and other business will
come, We may venture to hope that
the linns In Ibis neighborhood who
shall get army work to do will not
' e recklessly accused or graft simply
because ihey have such contract:
even because some person has round
fault with them.
i'i.in.   of i'i.- sweeping   allegations
li    ignlnsl  whole classes of Can-
:" manufacturers, who have tried with  3  safety  pins, Old  flannel
i"    tippl)     '"ic.-i    and    satisfactory I thin   blankets  are  required   for
inches square, hem and place at one
corner n loop to hang by; these can
be made of old towels or coarser
material than mouth wipes, etc.;
bundle in do/ens, but no need to
wrap in linen. Cup covers, six inches
or |square, lieni and place at each corner a heavy button or bead; bundle
in dozen:.; no need to wrap. Old
flannel can be made Into abdominal
binders, 9  Inches wide, 6 feel long,
ind
fo-
-,'i'    to th    i lovi iiiu'i ,,: and to pri
vale  i" ,',,',,  in,    ni ■   ■ i
■
ndi nine.!
I ".'tor.
li.MPiin: n.\* w i
mentations.    Old   towels  will  cul   to
advantage Into smaller good i
dozens,
XOTICE      OF      D1SSOLITION
I'i IIP.
Ited I ' i. , i Hi lti-.li I olunt-
■
"..   Empire  Day.
'1   ,■.',- adian  brai
tiros      'ir'....'  ha Ided  to  hold  a
' so. I;  da j "  on  Am il  20    bul  as   thc
mi h  did    nol    receive   the
:, ation in time to make arrangement: ,  Britl ill Columbia  will  nol  be
to observe that   day,   says the
' ancouver  News-Advertiser. The executive   has   decided,    however,    to
bold   a  "suck  day,"  and   has  ,
I'm! Ire  Day, Ma)   24, as the day on
etofoi
I.    ' .1.    A,
I,  in  the
ce
' mutual   consonl
i rtnership
ro i J.  S,   lol "Sim  al
I'; in ''   Ruperl    aforesaid,    and   all
. " i   • he  ■ aid   partnership
...' in be pi', sented to him, by whom
same   will   he  settled,
Dal '.l at Prince Rupert, B, C, thls|
17th  day of March,   I i'l"..
.1.   S.   JOHNSON.
.1.   A,   SWANSON.
('.   I*.   KKTCIII'M.
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SOUTHBOUND, 8 P.M. SUNDAY
PRINCESS MAQUINNA,
SOUTHBOUND, MONDAY 8 P.M.
TBE UNION STMjMjNgJg^B.U_m
S.S. VENTURE
Southbound Tuesdays at $ p.m.
Sailings for Granby, Simpson and the Naas
Sundays at Midaight
' (, ■    I'or further particulars apply to
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Skeena Land District — District of petroleum:   Commencing   al    a  post
Queen  Charlotte Islands. .planted 1G0 chains north of I lie .Mure
PRiNe*
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BIT-'HR-F    .fOPR-NAL
TAKE NOTICE that Robert Mc-
Kenzie Burgess, of Victoria, B. O,
occupation Barber, intends to apply
for permission tu prospect tbe following desi ribed lands for eoal and
petrok-'.i'n: Commencing at a posl
plai.l."' ;: I chi In.
chain:- .   .',. Bas1 ,-m in r
ot Klc i' Inl' - 80
cliains,    thenee    noi;;      8Q    chains,
then i     • . .
811 chains to I he
ment. a
Robert Mckenzie   i
Per J. W. Con
Doted  ."'   r lary  22nd,  191   . ap21
River  where it. enter-.  Lincoln   'lay.
thence norili  80 chains,  thence easl
SO  chains,  thence south   89   chi
thenco we :1     0  chi        to  I he  poinl
of commencement.
' \ UES   ;'.   RED IION'D.
'., ' j    22nd,  1815.
of
Skeena Land District — District
Queen Charlotte islands.
TAKE NOTICE thai Mis. Beatrice
Proctor, »f Victoria, !'■. (',, occ a-
tion Wiilnw, Intends to apply for
pel-mission In prospect Hie following
described lands fur .oul nnd i'l
eum: Commencing al a posi planted
120 chains easl and 80 'hain.. south
of tho south-east corner of Kiokathla
Bay, thence nm th 80 chains thence
wesi so chains, thence south I a
chains, thence easl 80 chains In the
point of (ommencement.
. MRS.)  BEATRICE PROCTOR,
i' - ... w. Conn. II, Agent.
Dated February 22nd, 11115.       ap21
Skeena  Land  Distrii t    - Disi
..:'.''
!■       J    ' .   [I , ll
doi    Hi n      ' t, B. O,
occupal Ion Prospec
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follor I      described    Ian
and        ."■ - i ...' : ■    '     :" ' Districl
'    ;   Ins north ol '*!<«   '■■  '     '
Sheens. Land  District — Dlstrlcl  ot
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
TAKE  NOTICE   till      Harry   Mc-
Mann, ':■' Vi-'i'i 'ia,  B. C.   i     ipat! m
intend    Eo ap] ly  for pi r-
■  11 ■ following de-
sci       I  lands   f. r   coal   and    pel ol
it a pos   i lanti d
1 ii" chains ivesl     id SO ch ilns north
if SI   i". In.
,    tllOll il '■!'
poll ■       lent.
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Skeena   ■   nd Dlstrl Disti cl   ol
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TAKE    'OTICE
Kenzie   fl 11     ISS,   of B.   :'..
..." upati.       i   "■ -
for   iierinl       i lie  foi-
loi In .ribed
petroleum:    Coiunieni mim__w^_^_
planted     . ' chains noi
'
of   i;  nn
chains,    thenci
■
■
■ ■   Poi
. ,.    ,   ;   ,,,|   ;, .-,■, .        Distrii
11    itte   Island.-..
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River where it en-l    T\KF   vrmr-ii-
'     «    ' ' ' conation!     TAKE   XOTICE
1S' me'".ri    ■ In      '   nc    Car,   nter,  Intend    to apply  for per- Kenzie   Q
mission   to   nrosnect    the   following occupation
■  li        vest    SO
'■'■'■■   polnl    ol   commence-
ni.nu   80
, tiaim
ment.   ___—_—_m_m_______m_\
BRENTON GORDON MOORE.
P ir   James P. Redmond, Agen
Dated  February  22nd,  1915.    ap21
.'I    ol
oi
Skeena  Land
TV OTICE
BrnestCi
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for   i ■ ,
lev in    , coal and
.
.dun. il 40 chain
of    Fi l"
Skeena  Land   District — Distri
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
T IKE NOT1I 13 tl al George Kirk-
In ni    larshall, df  ' r,  B. ('..
I    a   11  - Inti    Is     "  ■
ply   for  pernilssion   to pri the
following   de:ic Ibei ■: ■    fo     ■ '
etrol .'■■'. -'a : ■ ■
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isl
ence
st SO
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liient.
BORGE KIR
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Dated
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vork, it
sonul
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!'     BKICK   PETERS,
PnblU
80   c
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'M chains to (he polnl  of commence- '"   chain east   SO   chains,
-.     ■. tin in      outb   80 chains to the point
HARRY   "'"M ANN.      °t connneni mient.
Dated February 23rd, 1915. .22 ROBERT  McKENZlE  BURGE .
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of
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 [til       ' '  '',^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_m
chains north, thenco  SO chains east,
then hence    80
chains   i dn
mencement, . ■	
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Per J. W. Connell, Agent. '      '
Hi.      |  Pel '   '   ' "' '        ■
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District of
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■;    "    10   chains,    thence   wi
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Land
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nos'f planted   . '
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north, tl   :.
80   chain     south,   I ,       chains
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JOHN
■   ' i  23rd,  1915.
DR. GILROY, DENTIST
Crown
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r'hains"so'utiOtlience
'11 I
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1915,
Skeena 1
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Office:  Smith   111 ■ k,    Hiir 1    1 cenue
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Coal, Metal, Oil, Etc.
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709 Dn; .„
Skeena  Land  Distri
Que.-.   .      rl. :.'■.
TAKE MOTICE thai John
Connell, i I "li torla, B. ('.. occupation Broker, intends to pply for
permission to prospeel the toll
described lands for eoal nnd petrol
eum: Commencing al a'post planted
120 chains uort.li of the centre of
Freemen's Island ( Port Channel),
tlience SO chains easl, thence 80
chains nortli. tbence 80 cliains west,
tlience SO chains south to tlie point
of commencement.
JOHN   WESLEY   CONNELL.
Dated February 23rd, 1915.        np22
■ " '"     '  '   " District  of
TAKE   MOTICE   that    Ha
occupation j     TAKE     NOTICE
r,
to
.I.
por
i i
chains,  then. il   chains
,  .' ,;        coll        ici mi nl.
IOHN   ' .   .       IY  i ONNELL.
'el    lary I Ind, 11)15.       ap20
Skeena   Land   Dislrict  —  District  of
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE       NOTICE     that       .Mason
Charles Sands, of Victoria, B. Cv occupation Undertaker,  intends to" apply   for  permission   to   prospect  the
following   described   lands  for   coal
and  petroleum:    Commencing   at   a
post  planted   on   the  south-east  corner of  Mace  River,    which   empties
into   Lincoln   Hay,   the  norlh  end   or
Porl     Channel,   thence    SO   chains]
north, thence SO chaius east, thence
SO  chains south,  thence    80   chi Ins
west  lo the poinl. of commencement.
MASON CHARLES  SANDS.
Per .1. W. Connell,   igent.
Dated February 23rd,  1015.      ap22
SI . m i Land I H il rii I District of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Ernesl Howard Lanibly and Frances Ann Taylor,
of Victoria, ll. ('.. occupation Apart-
menl House Agents, Intend to apply for permission to prospect the
following described lands for coal
and  petroleum:    Commencing   at
_________—m
■ids tu nniuv ror Rp-'Gnihain Ca
' '' ' ■ '
'■'■'■ '    '■ '       ir coal   and       •--,.., ■ , ilssion   to
Co ■ ■ ...  ■■ : ,        lanted prog] ,„.,     the     following    ,]<„.■
ei the n outli   if the   \nd   ■■ ■ , [1a ,,,,, eoa] .,.,,, petroleum:  Com-
."!"'!■"  ;    enl -rs  Victory  Ba      il   the|m, ■„, i „ ,  . ,,.,  , |anteci ten yards
nortli end of Seal  Inlet, th nee n       south of the month of Connell River
SO chains, tlience north   SO chains, !n     Burgl        ,;,.,,    ,..„.,    channel,
south thence   80   chains   east,    thence    SO
'chains south, tlience 80 cliains west
Ihence   ias!   80 chain-.,   (hence ,
SO chains to tho point of commencement.
HARRY   McMANN.
Dated February 24th, 1915.
ap21
Skeena   Land   Districl   —   District  of
Queen Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE   NOTICE   thai    Harry    *Ic-
Mann, of Victoria, Tl. P., occupation
— ~..w„„    „t    a.Carpenter,  Intends to  apply  for per
post planted ten chains soulh of the|mission   to   prospect    the
S.llllh-i'.-isl    c.ai',1.1,.    «(•   r,	
thenee SO chains north  to the point j.
of - '.i inn ic ■
STEWART   GRAHAM   CAMPBELL,
Per ■!.  W. Connell, Agent.
Hale.I February 23rd, 1915.       ap22
.....aa    ...J,....     '/.      llll
south-east corner of Queen's Island.
thence west 80 chains, tlience south
Srt chains, thence ea-;l so chains,
tlience north SO cliains to the point
of commencement.
ERNEST    HOWARD   I.A.MBLY,  and
FRANCES ANN TAYLOR,
Per .1. W. Connell, Agent.
Dated  February  22nd,  1915.       ap20
Skeena  Land  District
Queen  Charlotte
—  District  of
Islands
Skeena Land Districl — Districl of
Quei u Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE tl at (Mrs.) Lillian Hall Kerthy, of Vancouver, B.C.,
occupation Widow, intends in apply
for permission to . rospect the following described lands for coa! and
petroleum:    Commencing at
Ski ena  Land   District --- Districl  of
Queen   Charlotte   Islands.
{     LAKE XOTICE that. Albert Henry
following|Tanner,  of Victoria,  Tl.  C,   occupa-
i.' lii.-tl lands for coal and petrol-1tlon Dentist, intends to apply for
eum: Commencing at a post planted permission to prospect the following
at the south end of Andrews River, described lands for coal and petrol-
ivhere it enters. Victory Bay, at theieum: Commencing at a post plant..!
north end of Seal Inlet, Ihence 80 40 chains wes! and 10 chains south
chains east, thence SO chains north, of the south-east corner of Port
Ihence 80 chains wesi, Ihence 80 Channel, thenee west SO chains,
chains  south   to  the  point   of com-! tbence south 80 cliains, thence
ment,
211  Third  St
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n
OTH
nccupatio
for   per;       ion  to pr.
ing dei ■ and
petroleum      Con posl I 	
planted     I ... q   ji0j. ,,, ,
point oi in.Isl      '
Sound,    th.  i
thenee  wesi   - 0 cl tins,  :!" "     north
80  chains,  thenci    iasl      I chains to
i a.   poinl  of commencement.
ROBERT   .'1' KENZIE   BURGESS
Per J.  W.  Connell, Ag. n
Hai. .'  Fel ruary 24th, 191 5.       ap
c
■ sments
Si I..
Treat-
Etc.
le, Prop.
PRINCE RUPBRl
ii22
mencementj
^^^^ HARRY   M
n > -.I  pel i-nnrv  : ' '..   mi
•MA vv.
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.",      -.   1,,'in 1   Dlstrlcl District  of
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
TAKE   MOTICE   that   Harry    Mc-
.Manii.  of  Victoria.  II.  C,  occunntlon
Carpenter, Intends to apply for permission to prosoeet the following de-
post scribed   lands  for  coal    nnd    petrol-'
  __ .,, „,a-,..c   eas
80   chains,   thenee   north   80    chains,'
-o the    oinl  of commencement.
ILBERT   HENRY   TANNER.
Per .1   W. Connell, Ag< il
Dated February 23rd, 1915.
Skeena   Land  District  -     i'l tricl  of
Queen Charlotte   Islands.
TAKE NOTICE   that  Roberl    M
Kenzie   Burgess,  of Victoria,   B,   C,
occupal ion   Barber,  intends to apply
for  pel nil" lion   to   prospei •   the    following  described  lands  for coal  and
petroleum:    Commencing  at   a  post
Planted SO chains west of the southeast   corner   of   Maria   Bay,    in    the
smith-east comer of Rennals Sound,
i hence north  80 chain-', tin ace
80   chain-..   I' i nci    south   80   chain!.
| tbence eas- 80 chains to the ; oinl or
commen ■ in nl
R  IBERT   McKE.NZIE   BURGESS.
Per J.  \V.  Connell,   '.  i nl
Dated   February   2 Ith,   1915,       ;.; 22
Telephone 448
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UKOSAVS1 MRTABE & STORABL
i ■■;
CARTA,!u AGENTS
FOURTH STREET
Mair, of Victoria, B.C., occupation
Retired Farmer, intends to apply for
permission to prospect the following
described lands for coal and petroleum: Commencing at a post planted
near the south-west e0rnel- 0f Mace
River, which empties into Port Channel,  tbence  west   SO   chains,  tlience
the   foi
coal and !
Skeena   Land   Districl  — Districl  of skeena   '    ul  Dlstrl Distri I    il
Qui ni  Charlotte  islands " ' "!;  :':| '"     '  lands.
TAKE  NOTICE    bal    VIbert Scott!     TAKE  NOTICE   thai   Roberl    Mc-
Lock,  of  Victoria,  B.  <"'.,  occupation  Kenzie   Burgess,  of   Victoria    li   C
Planted one mile east'ol the monrh l?',l"'"r. L'"'(ls  '''"'  C0Rl   ;""'    "etrol-1Stock Salesman, intends to apply for occupation   Barber,  intends  to
TAKE NOTICE that John  Andrewlof  Stee,c  ^el"  and   on   its   north ni,„   '""""'""": "", ''', !'°*'  |,,'n:"'1  Permjssi°n to prospect  the following tor  permission   to  prospect
,i,rn,  vYcirtn To  TiZp***. thence soutl, SO chains  te.ee' I-r-T ItZ V"    'i- n"    '!ivrr"' ,lp-,cri,i*"i  ,r,n,,s '«»' "oal  and  petrol- lowing described  lands for   co:
least   SO    chains,   ihence    no-tl     in'      a     >' enters  Victory  Bay, at  the,emu: Commencing at a pos. planted1 Petroleum:    Commencing   at a
chains, thence wes   80 clr, is    , ,        i     "'  enrl  '"     ,',,   !"!'"'  t,,enPe   SO forty chains   west   and   »■-      ..l.mted sn „,,„„  ..' .....
Point of commencement «» chain. M«th. Ihence 80 chains weit. loutb  of  the  south-east
IMPS1   ,„„„-„„, thence   SO   chains   north,   thenco
(•MRS.)   LILLIAN   HALL   KERTHY. chains   east   to   the    point    of   com
ler J. W. Connell, Agent   mencement.
Dated February 22-nd, 1915.      ap20 HARUV   jmiiw  1  ^^^
_jnated  February  24th. 1915.      ap22   ! AI.HERT SCOTTLOCK.    I	
Per •!.  W. Connell, Agent.        ROBERT  McKENZlE  BURGESS
,„■  Haled February 23rd,  1915.        ap22 Per ■!.  W.  Connell,  Agenl
JINGLE FOI   COAL
It bundled  by  us. .1:1 orders receive
proinpl attention   Phone No. US.
Phone  93.
I'D.   Box  3S.
Pacific Cartage Limited
of
north  80    chains,    tlience    cast   80 Skeena   Land  District —   District
cliains, thence soutli SO chains to the Queen  Charlotte Islands
poini of commencement. tat™ vn-rinr. ..   . ,'
JOHN  ANDREW   MAIR.     \Wilol    nf   I• ,      hntJ-m™™    Al-
Per J. W. Connell, Agent, [i,""',! „P r   I     'W   nC"'    ",f""a-
■-■- , jtl0n  -Miner, Intends In apply for per
 _ _,,     post
ten    chains Planted 80 chains west of the south-
_ wllol    corner'  of ''ast   corner  of  .Maria    Hay,   in    the
"g'fj'Port Channel, thence east 80 chains,'south-east  corner of  Rennals S id,
.  ihence south  SO  chains,  ihence  wesi  thence  lyesl   SO  chains,  ihence south
80 cliains. tbence north 80 chains to Sl)  'bains,  tbence   east    su   chains,
I the point of commencement. I thence north  SO chains to the point
ALBERT SCOTT LOCK.    |°f commend
of
Dated February 23rd, 1915.        ai)22|Tni„f„_ a  .  r,    -; ■ •'  —•  **•
i      .mission to prospect the following de
. scribed   lands   for   coal   and   petrol
Land  Districl  — District of,p"iii:  Commencing at a post planted
Skeena ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Queen Charlotte Islands
TAKE NOTICE that John Moffat,
of Victoria, II. C, occupation Retired Farmer, intends to apply for
permission to prospect the following
described lands for coal and petroleum: Commencing at a post planted
40 chains enst of lho mouth of the
Mace River, on the easl  side of  Lin-1
coin  Bay.  thence  SO    chains   south, 	
thenco  80   cliains   east,   thence   80 Skeenn   Land   District
  '""" i'"i".e.i eum: Commencing at a post planted
80 chains east of the mouth of Steelejat the mouth of Andrews River,
Creek, In Louis Harbor, thence S0iwner<s it entera victory Bay, at the
chains norlh, tbence SO chains easl, ,,„..,h enn of Seal lnIpfi thence SO
thence SO chains south, tbence 80 chains east, thence 80 chains soutli,
cliains west to the point of Com-!thence so chains west, tbence SO
mencement. 'chains  north   lo  the  point   of com-
LORENZO  AI.ENANDER.        mencement.
Per J. W. Connell, Agent
Skeena   Land   District  — Districl
Oueeii   Charlotte   Islands.   ^^^m^^^^mo———————M———m——mmi
TAKE NOTICE   that   Horry   Mo- Skeena  Land  District — Districl
Mann, of Victoria, B. C, occupation! Q '"  Charlotte  Islands |
Carpenter, intends to ai.plv for per- TAKB NOTICE that John Wesley]
mission-to prosnecl the following Connell, of Victoria, B. G., occupa-
described lands for coal and   petrol-!tion   Broker,   intends   to   app
 .— iDated  February  24th,   1915
ap2
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Genera)  Teun,.ng
Furniture   Moving  a  Specialty.
	
When you  buy  COAL buy the  BEST
— Ladysmith   Lump  or  Comox
Waslied   Nut.
•Haied  February 22nd,  1911
:t n-2 0
Dai.''!  February
11 \1!R
2 Ith,
McMANN.
915,        an:
chains soulh, Ihence SO chains east
thence 80 .hains norlh, thence 80
caains wesi to the poinl of commencement.
JOHN   MOFFAT,
Per ,l. W. Coin;  11,   '   ent,
Dati ,1  !■' -:   narj  23rd,  1915 ap22
Sk. en i Land Dlstrl Id  of
Quo...    '1   riotte  Islands,
TAKE NOTICE   that  Lou]
coin, of Victoria,   B. O.,
si. ... | int. nd i to
permission lo pi ij eel 11 ■■- following
tl. si i ih.il lands for coal and i etrol-
eum; Commeni Ing at a post plant! ri
at the mouth of Mac. Ri- ir, whicli
empties Into Lincoln Hay, al ihe
norlh end of Port Channel, H
west so chains, lhence south SO
chains, thence east 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains to the poini of commencement,
LOUISE   LINCOLN.
Per J.  VV. Connell, Agent.
Dated  February  23iid,   1915.       ap21
Queen   Charlotie   Islands
TAKE  NOTICE   thai   Ccorge
im"-  Might, of Seattle, Wash..  	
pation   Broker,  Inti i"1    to      • '    foi  ',
permission to prospect Ihe folio ' i
described  lands  for coal and petrol
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i'ii  chains  south   of  th
corner of Qu land, In    Lewis
Harboi, them    easl     '      ilns,
norlh    80      '  iin  .
chains,   then
11: .  ; oinl  o     "■ •■■:  ncem nt,
Hlstl - •   ..! ;Sl:.'.iia   1 and   Dl tricl Disti li I 'of
,,  ci, ,, |0tti    i    md
,,     '    TAKE   NOTICE   that   tloberl    .'.'.■-
1 "'"lie. I. ','.,■ s.  of  Vli ".i is.    !:.  C,
11 ion  Barber,  lnten di
I ei mission to prospeel Hie followin
described lands for coal and petrol
eum: Commencing at a posl planted*,
40 cliains east and ten chains sou til
of the south-easl corner of Port
Channel, tlience east 80 .hains,
thenc.' south '-ni chains, thence west
.80 chains, thence north 80 chains to
.the point of comniencemenl
JOHN  WHS! EY   CONNELL.
_|Dated Febi    iry 21 rd,  19 15,
Daily Journal
SOc per month
The Queen Charlotte
Oil Yields Limited
Oliice will open  today in  I.niv-ltutlt'"
Duilding foi salt- of n limited.
amount   of   Treasury  Stock
'(.ICO.   !•'.    MACDONALD.    See.-Tread,
:-!;" 'im   i I   Dl     Id District  ol
1
TAKE       Til      • lam     i  n
applv'. Brown   Bookoy,   of VI
irmlBslon  to  i rosneei   tiie   foi-    ecliptttlon 1 nd I
lowiu. hefl lai  ' and '"'' Perml ■
.     , /""","""a"  ',*"   ' I .,',■:.■ ng ll
Commencing at a post plant. ,.,
,,.■ . !, a', :     , hains couth  ol
! .. rmtli of | Hie corn 'reel
■;
i n.
hen hnlns.
______——__________m
GEORGE  PALMER  MIGHT
Ul'l   HIGH  COST  Dl     l.!\ IXG
Dl'CEI) HY lirVTNP Ml I!
liesi  Quality   Domestic    Luuip   i
S0.50 Per   '■  u
Besl  (,'e Jii.t   ',',' ii lied    Nik  i .•
'  ,75 Per T.in
DEL!    ■   '■
—Till —
Per J.  W. Connell
Hated February   '   id,  :.-
'
Skeena Land District — Districl of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that James F,
Redmond, of Prince Rupert, B. C,
occupation Prospector, Intends to
apply for permission to prospect the
following demiihed lands for coal ami
Skeena   Land   Districl     -   DlBtrlct  ofl
Queen Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE   NOTICE   thai    Han ■
Mann, of Victoria,  B. '■'.. occupal ion
Carpenter,  intends  ',    ipply  for permission to prospeel tbe following described   lands   for   coal   and    pi .r.ileum: Commencing al a post planted
40   cliains  north   of  the    mouth    of
Steele  ('reel;,  where  It.  enter-.   Port
Lewis, thence cast  SO chains, thence
south   SO    chains,   thence   west    sn
chains,   thence   north   80   chains   to
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lateri Fi
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to  tin n ■     '     nent,
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HAYNER EROS
Pioneer  Fnnernl  Directory
Enihnlnters      Open    Day
Night.     I. nlit b1    AssistHm
Attendance.
PHONE 80.    710 THIRD AVE
m—mmm—--o--—-muiixjmm
Prince Rupert Journal
SOc. per Month
/
-
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the point of
Ha:..
Per
Februai
commencement.
H MtRV   McMA.N'N.
I.  W.  Connell, Agenl
' 22nd, 1915,       D  .
ii
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Cotiu. ll.
(i
SI ■ and  Disti Id
' Chnrl il te  Islands,
TAKE   NOTICE   Ihat   Robert     Al     __—————__———______________
,,  le   Hui ■■■  i,   .ti"   Victoria,  B.   ("'.,  tion   Broke ,   In i nd     to   apj ly    fo
."■. ui a'ii.n   l' nl.. i-   Intel 'l.   to applj   : em li sion  to   u'i    eel  the Folb
for  permission  to  prospect  the   foi-1 described  lands for coal and  petrol
C   irlotti    Islands.
VOT.ICE  '     :   lohn   Wi   I.
of  Victoria,  H.  C,  ...
,s,   E   I!,,   :,    ■
'>50*U)WH>d
J   8. Pearce, Manager
I..win; desi ribed lands for i oal and
petroleum: l ommi nclng at a posl
planted 120 chains northeasl of
Poller Island tan island In the entrance of Rennals Sound), thence
north   80    chains,    thence    east    SO
chains,     tlience    soutli     80    „
tlience wesi 80 chains to the poini
of commenci ment,
.,,.,,.,.,.,   ,. ,,,.. .....   ,     ,,..    .
null.   Vpi ul
eum: Coinnienclng ai a post planted
',.. chain i -'in' li and 80 ch In
from the centre of Freemeh' ' ' ,
. on the south ; ii!" of Porl Ch nel I
ihence 80 chains south, thenco 80
cliains west, thence ~0 cliains north
bains, I following the wesi coasl of Graham
'"•'"'' Island, thence 80 chaius cast to the
point of c i.i- ncement,
IOHN   WE
Dated  Februnry
i EY
23rd,
C INNELL
lil."-.       ti
TBE PRINCE RUPERT SASH
AND DOOR COMPANY LTD.
HOOKS,   SASH
SAWING.  AMI
PICK  i ivt
MANUFACTURERS «V,
MANTLES.  MOULDINGS,     SOROJJt   Am   (lAND
-.LI.  KINDS OI'  FINISHINGS.    'fCBR    -jjik,
Factory am) Oflice
"    '."lie   218
•IKS.  HOI SK FINISH
Avei
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Hevcntli
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PRINCE    RUPERT
—s—^j~7rsexr~sBamw—iama*ic::
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JOURNAL
—BE
GRANITE
GRANITE (.:  besl  Quality and thoroughly  Vested  fer sale
Gut Slone or (-rushed  Rock  in
Quantities
WEIL 3. .Mai.l.ill)   Phono Green 21-7
OCEM FISH  0.
Fresh  1 isli ArNvtng  Every  Day
Outsi.lt   orders promptly attended to
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B. C. Undertakers
Funeral     Directors    and    Km
[mini ers — Satjsfac
mi teed
I MAY MAKE ATTACK   j
flEAR tlEL CANAL
GOyERNMENff   WI
REPORT.
ATI! 111!
C.HIll'- \l I
Open I'aj- ami Xiglll u
K
117 Second Street      Phone -II „
Rruce  Morton
SI
Manager
•HH«HKH5 0HJ-SHKH3 000000000 JKHKH
NOTICE.
THEORY'     IS     AliVANChll    THAT
BRITISH ARMV   M IV   LAND
THERE.
Construction   of    Cheap    Transports
Nun   in  i'i ogress  Lends
Colon to  it.
PHONE BLUE 2r,!>
PHONE 564
P.O. BOX 60
1*0 H
kAPERHANGING
KING AND
LL TINTING
■ . IOR
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canai. .      in *
• oved Jleth d:   ■
ployed 3,
and ne will call for a 4
bundle 5,
our   ,i(ldi
315   SIXTH   AVENBE   WEST
Phone No. 8
Canadian Steam  Laundry
0000000 040444400
Tbe Canadian Patriotic Fund.
Will those who need assistance
from the above fund, resident In the
city or district and ivhose breadwinner i ■ on <: "■ en ■ ■ with tbe
foi ces- of thi or her  Allies,
kindly  notifj ..    tary    if   the
l"   . '
i
| tf '     I      IOL   Ii I.
:
Furnished hy F. AV. Howling.
April   22.
Bar. reduced to sea level. ... 29.981
Highest  temperature    ">3.0
Lowest temperature   39.0
JOE  BOYLE  HAH GONE
T<> DAWSON I'lTV
,   >■"":        %.^??hi-
Tl
or   Wot ,-■    l-'islietaics
• •        .   Waters
,i  ,.       .   . ilmnliia
WCKHJU CHJ<HKK«( <HMi»S 040000440
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Capt. J. McGee
M.M.S.A.
Musters in prepared fi
lor exam"na'l ion.   Compass nd- 5
,i     :....' g
riwiiie lied 582 &
"NAUTICAL   ACADEMT"      c
X       Heigerson Block, opposite     g
5 .loyal  Hole! $
400 a tW tSfi-i>-i»J»ai>l>t(-*Q<(a>ft*iJi)-a
■04040044401: ■ .10000000.
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
For Rent
for   a six
lion i  ,  iden Steamer
nol   i  •        .       (1 feet I mg,   i ,'    feel
Itli cabi .Ration for
o i   Icial Mil inn  to crew.
■   b.   in  first-class re-
to    Inspei . Ion    by
Bi   '   ■ and   Hull  Inspectors,
i'i',"' '.v! maintenance will lac
provided ;.. . „   arl mi nl of Naval
Si n ice, bul all tools n quired In en-
■ ■ room must be provided by own-
' r of steamer.
eq . : ed    nol   less   t han    9
knots per hour.
Tenderers musl quote rule per
day for six months' charter and boa!
must be mailable for service immediately on  acceptance of lender.
Lowest or any »* no! necessarily accepted.
Time for receiving tenders will
close at fi p.m. on Friday, April 30,
1915.
Envelopes    .narked   "Tenders    for
teai     " to lie addressed
F,  ',->. Cunningham,
Chief   Inspector  of   Fisheries,
ap-22-25 v■-,    '", ei ■ ninster, B. 0.
REASONABLE    BATES        a
  |
THE 5
Conltaental Trust I
Company
1000004000000000044000400
Skeena  Lain!  Districl   — District  of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICH that All.ml Soott
Lock, of Victoria, !'.. C, occupation
Agent, intends to apply for permission to prospect the following describ..-.I lands for coal and petroleum: Commencing at a post planted
■ chains north of the north-west
of Lease No, 24S5: llience SO.
chains wesi. thence SO sliains north,
SO cliains easl, thence ,'l)
south io iii" point of coiu-
raencement.
ALBERT   SCOTT  LOCK,
Per .1.  W. Connell, Agent.
Dated   Feb! l ;::y  20th,  1 915. apl8
L
_ , tlience
The Morning Journal
50c. per month
Skeena Land District — Dislrict of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that George Palmer Might, of Seattle, Wash., occupation Agent, intends to apply for
permission to prospect the following
- .I.-' ribed lands for coal and petroleum: Commencing at n pout planted
40 chains east and ten chain* north
of tiie mouth of Joseph Creek, thence
SO chains south, tience east 8(1
ckains, llience north SO ebains,
tbence wesi SO chains te tke point, of
commencement,
OEORGE   PALUBR   U1UHT,
Pel   J. W. Connell, Agent.
1 Dal •■;   ■'" '    iary  29tb,   1911.      aml8
SWaBiJ-WKH'HJC.'H^
'iW-: '  1*;; ••     ■    .1    -i„KS m.
SUPPLY GO., LIMIT D
vie
w.mi, ."
...      MAI III
..   "In  li
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• -. ;iflNi'i* i Ot into icyroet.i
I     ■ ..' -t :   I . tsoljlic.
iniiioul  Scmi-Dicael Ol!  Bu.
mil ...   .i.ui'   (Imi   ohoa-post
"'.(a,     It, .. 1      V.'*«t*lft.
|ia>   ■  ■   •;   I  Tarts hi tatna*..
A pi.ee of information hitherto
unpublished, and certainly  unknown
on ibis side of the water, was learn-,
ed by the News-Advertiser, says that
paper, respecting a projected land-
In a spoi unnamed, o£ 300,000
Bril Ish   trooi s  which are to be con-
i   •■• •   ,   Britain  upon  300
'i'ii,     self-propelled      light-
■
i ni   the  face  ol   li    this  soi nds   a
'!      ■      .i or;     bill  iin ro
for   It, and, aa
actui       f this i real    Heel
ind 1     ,    oinl      ib-
beior. tinn   ...
ailing, tli em i      rn   in   liv
ing i hi   ; ublii   ; lie Information  ,
Mr.    A.    E.   Short,   a   well-kn    . •■
;■ er 1,1 -ii;- ho lias bisk
!
a Ices   in   lho  Winch    Building   and
who is connected with the notable
Sunderland shipbuilding (inn, of
Shorl Bros., learned the above information'in a letter from home r.
eeived by him a few days ago, and
iicai iv. of lis indirectly, the newspaperman waited upon him. The
Shorts are anion;,' the oldesl shipbuilding R: nn in LY ; : nd the
\,in.'on ver member of the family was
ill; v.'iih the linn for a number
of years. Among many other con-
tracts, they built most of the vessels of the Prince Line of steamships,
ia number of pictures of whicli vessels Mr. Short has hanging framed
in his oilice here.
"We are al present building upwards of 30 huge lighters for lhe
Government," observes the writer of
the lei ler, "and haw had to pul
aside all oil,or work in order to pro-
■ ■ •■'" .villi this. ! think there are to
be [urnished about 300 of these
self-propelled lighters, each to accommodate 1,000 men and built like
this" I here follows a sketch of the
craft, which Is scow-shaped), "the
id. a being that they can land In
shallow  water."
"It is understood," adds the writer, "thai these lighters are to be
completed  by June."
He also states thai all other work
in many of the leading mercantile
marine shipbuilding yards has been
put aside in order to rush ahead
with Iliis new order.
Mr. Shorl, of-Vancouver, in the
course of conversation, observed
that these lighters must naturally
he of very cheap construction and
just, intended to get lhe invading
army across and then be done with
—i'or a yard like the Short's to construe! as many as thirty of them ln
no brief a time as three months implied a  very llghl  construction.
He concluded that tlrey were being made in the shipbuilding yardi
..' New ,.-i le, ll.". le ioi I, Stockton,
and Sunderland, as from these port,;
they would nol have - i be towed
,ii» . :', .; n tai , , Diiti , tin ' oasl
In order to bo read i art. lie believed thai Un ;■' ... iim
.( Sclil. vig-llol , ould be lho
landin ill ce • I such u force, thai
tlie Kiel Canal would be Us objective and that the manufacture of
these unusual crafl must be knownf*
In Germany in view of the, apparently only too thorough spy system
which the enemy has in tlie United
aCinfdonai.
(Continued  from  Page   One.)
can bo bought in London. The Belgians who have money help to pay
for the indigent. Between $9,000,-
000 and $10,000,000 have 'ieen collected for the relief work. Bi I ween
,; r,i 00,000 an , $8,000,000 i .
si lib.' ' bj .'■. mi rii ana and
00 by C
SVNOFBI8      OF      COAL      MINING;
IilX;ULATIONS.
Coal mining rights ot .the DomJ-a-
fan' In Stonltmb'a, Saskatchewan ani
Alberta, ^the Yukon Territory, the
N»ii*hv-«st Territories and a portion.
oT She Province of British Colutmbia,
may "Tie lacked for a term of twea-
ty-Mftie years at an annual rental of
$1 per ajn-e. Not more than 2,560
«cres will he'leased to one applicant.
AuplieaOons for a lease must be
made far the applicant in person to
'the Agent or SiiWA'geut of the dis-
.taBct In •fetch the rlg'lit.s appllel for
axe sihmttts.
In surveyed territory th« land
lUitt be 'ajeeci-ibed by sections, or
legal ahMWsions -of sections, and-
In tin*urv«yeM territory the Iract ap-.
plied for shall be staked out by Hie'
a>pltcarrt  himself.
Bach application  must be   accom-
,.,,,.    .nanled by ii fee ol $5,  which  will" be
"refund,*.!   tf  the  rights   applied    for
itre not   avaOa.ble",   bill    nol    otl ei
Hi.  Boyl■ ba    been   i I  I j
Mr. I-toovi r to tal the Can,
adian  commil tee tl     ilon    and
■  '■;.■ ii;.,,.  . ,'■     '   .   ■"
I
il   for   assisl
In  Ca
sti adlly   im ;■,',,.  ;i .
ance.
IMANS CONSCIOI S
THI1V   HAVE   LOST   WAR
Mr. 3. \V.  Boylo ol' Dawson Gntheis
Sonic Interesting   Pncts as to
Altitude of Germans.
"From talks with those who have
been in Germany and by the tone ol
the German pre;;-. 1 gathered an Impression of lhe German people and
their chances of ultimate" victory in
the war," said Mr. J. \V. Boyle,
president and general manager of
tho Canadian Klondike ■Mining Com-
■    '    ',  ..aii.it.y shall be ' .     on lhe
uaerdtn.iiLlbrb  output   ...' the  mil
tne rate of ftve cents p.r ton,
1Mu> ,s-a:saoc -nil.?r.;'.In:; Hv niiiio
Ji«»il 'afiTai.il] tht, Atgerii with sworn
rafefir*    ««e«tBijy«B    tor    the    full
;.:   '.'...
>»M J**.' thi? royalty therepn,   if the
eeal tB*Wn% rights are not belni
>i.mc«, hucIi  returns sUJouliJ   be fur
iiulaod at li«ar-l once a ytlhr.
The lette will include tha? coal
m-tcHm 1'igii.ts only:; but the lessee
mootr fc pertTilttftit" hi purchase what-,
:«t(» »Tslln!iie surface rlghti'may be
]«mism*r«d ntfcessqry for tlie work
lh»s of the mine it lhe rate of $10
||i9,- acre.
j.   Fur  full   in"or«jatIeB   appHei
|sk«.iiid be made to thc Secretary   of
lthe Dc.)ia.rtniei( of thv Interior,   Ot
i.aftwa,    hi-   to   any    Age*t    «r     Sub
Afienl  »f Dominion Riinds.
VV. W. CORY,
Dep.uty MIniiter ef the Interior
N'tWiCJ* is hereby given that on
thc iWrd day ot hi::ni, neat *u>Uoa.
*lon vyHi ife made io the aatnoBie.
teadSfent ot" Proayinalsl DoMee Band to
tbe Board of l«ir.ai.--.. <;oi»ii«Jiisiau-
ers for the Caty. of Prijuce Ramjert fer
permiasion to rornove the Ucoose {or
the sale of liquor by whtjlesale ftwiai
the premises known as Lata 16 and
l^i, Block 3£-, Section 1, situate at
Frazer Street in the City of Prinee
Rupert, to the lands described as
Lots 18 and 20, Block 23, Section 1,
on Third Avenue in the said City of
Prince Rupert.
DATED  this   20th   day  of   Febru
aj-y,  1916.
PRINCE  RUPERT IMPORTING CO.
LIMITED.
VV.  II. Marshall, Manager
f21mar22 Applicant.
'. '
«  "■
'
NOT'ICI;   OI    OAiVGELLATION
l'-.-
a   representative    o
News-Advertiser.
just returned  from
pany,   to
Vancouver
Boyle   has
don.
"Undoubtedly the mass of
mans have given up hope of
male victory: They realize they
tailed In their plan of campaign.
But they hai.- made up Iheir minds
that Ihey will Ugh! to lhe last with
the idea of Inflicting as much punishment on the Allies as Ihey in
tarn administer. They will light, to
the last with the idea of getting as
favorable terms as possible. Also
Ihey will light on with lhe hope thai
I hive may be a defection In (ho
ranks of the Allies. If such a thing
should happen they hope to make
more favorable terms." This was
the way in which Mr, Boyle suin-
; eople with respect to the war as
the result of his observations and
talks  while abroad.
Mr." Boyle was responsible for the
organization and enuipment of the
Yukon contingent of fifty men who
are to go forward as a machine gun
squall with the Second Canadian
Mounted  Rifles.
Royal Naval College •' Canada.
the
Mr.
Lou-      T'le n6x' examination   for  the  entry of Naval Cadets,  will be held at
tbe examination  rauhtres of the Civil
Her- Service   Comiatssti-in   In   May,    1915
■ Hi. 'aucnees'fiil (umdidajt^ii Joining tho col •
Urge on  er »"»oi)t 1st August. Appl}-
e ottimor, for entry tHI" be received up
tj> iSth  April by. m<? Secretary, fliVil
6t>n>ic«   CaaamialRMnn,    Ottawa,    ti-om
TTahom lilanh «fry farms can now be
oMHtae*.
Sajniis'iMiee fer the examination In
»•* n«*f tnnst a» b'oiweeu the ages
iaf  fiJvirt1p«i  »nd  tlU*e»n   un   the  1st
.Mr, <»**..
■fBrtlisr d«<»ils (»n he obtained ou
artrlliwtfwo tti too iradersignail.
G.  J.  OESBARATS,
IWfu,1j HUni«er ot the Naval   Servioe
l*%l*H*.»iot af Am Naval Soj-vloe,   .
M*1t,    .-aMMaVJ     S,th.     19 1ft
HaKaU.iaMr^wli    »fl."f|v-»r;»!S     Ot     this
nt-^fmrnrnt —fit mm bo (reid tor.-'-
Ttmf. oat
m—Kl—fXKTAl. i-Knnui.
Mah R««aM(uit ltmo\ mrocf't <y~o
im
' ■
i.^.:>£2*W
Lauid  Distriet        »tstii«<
aaea  Charlotte Islaadi,
ot
TataW!   NOTICH   ih»i   Iiaac    Wax
atoek, of  Victoria   B,  C, occupation
JUlliard   Parlor  Mimagcr,  intends  to
»OTly  kir  pa»l mlsni
I 1killowin»i  described
'"•DMUU  ly   Major  J.   II.  Me-
Hulliu, Commanding,   Apiil  17,
1115:
I'aiataUea—"A" Oomjojutt wMI
isrul' at vi(. Etalata)u«it>B J>«i>l
ing on Wedaiwday Had Friday,
April  21  and  22.
"li" CiwnaXaiftr vtfl Kawatie at
the aBaMUW-M t»oi**#ae «a
Monday a'n.i Thursday, April II
• nd   1"!.
Tim bayonet drill  »qnR.i will
•wrt at I p.m. avery drill nighA
w  ». uinil ith. M«it.
JAMES GILMORE
IVceaii   Aw.
IDOur   Uclride  St.
Umt IOECT0RY
mt «a   Mw»  »ape.t
atr -mat /kom.
■febt*  90.
ffinvw.
Bam  «rw   tM* %m-mm  Ha.
timrm^etm   nnwi    >—H—   Nw
**&«» (a* SSaaM irnr »o;
■Vaar  Ha«k,  tkwft
- —.——.*.
u (•:.->'!
NOTICE IS UEltHaBY GIVEN that
tbe Reservo existtus ou Detention
Island by reason of a Notice published ln the British Columbia Gazette on
■Ilia 30th of May, 1912, is hereby can
Cell.   :
R.  A.  RENWICK,
Deputy Minister c f I.anda
hepartmenl of Lands,
Victoria, B.C.,
October  19th,  1914.       on:
^t44400a*040440040-a004a44O
GUAHANTEEI)
American Silk
HOSIERY
§   WE   WANT   JTOU   TO   KNOW
THESE   HOSE
They stood the test when all ■
others failed. They jke real
foot comfort. They have uo
seams 'to rip. They never become loose aud baggy as the
shape is knit In, not iire,ssed in.
They are GtAl&NTEED fr*
fineness, for styli, for siVpejIor-
Ity of material und woi-tftnan,-
3hip, absolutely staini. --sjaitd to
wear six months wlthoa't liolcu
or rapluoed  by new pairs 9-ee.
<a)ur Free Olfer
To every ouo t-:endiag us 50c
to cover shipping cfiarges, we
will send, subject to duty, abaci utefy  fr.ee:
Throe  pairs  of   our   famous
men's    AMERICAN    S"
H0t>E  with  written   juaran
any color, or
Three pairs of cur Ladies'
Hose, In .Hack. Tan or White
colors, with  written guarantee.
DON'T     DELAV—Offer    expires  when  denier in your   locality  is   selected,   tjive   color
a 3d  jjsa,  imiiei.
T!n>  taUiriui^ioDjij   Umtiksry
31  BIttner Street
Ifeyaea, Obis - l'.S.
"™^^«la3^||ga5««Ott&l
TBI KtST (4M-0KTABLE
TOURING CAR
IN TK diT
3     aaa*»W«r«   ail   maU*   dlaj   mill   l.aaa.1.1
I     Phone 99
fi   HWuitat:    Koacl    t-Ktinoe    Rajjerl
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New Weltfiagton
I lie Fafortte BiitKlioM Ooal
ilVniuaart. Rrlj^iteat ,.ml IS«.,t
Rogers & Albert
..ftooaoo-isn-iji
ivrid patroleum: ('.>»ir,e..:«ing at «
pout plain..d 2» chains south nnd l "
. fen I**  wwi   of  tht  mi ii a «,,■ ■     oinl
■1  I'-roaatftn'a   Island,   thonce     ntith
Hi)  ci.alit,   -i.  i ,,-   .'■    .
iH.-'bw, lorth   SO clu ence aaal
JO sn'aiis to the polnl lanoe
n.»nt.
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-a Per Affenl.
relnaaery  23rd,  1915.       ap..1
r-kmiDa  Ia#nd   District — Dlstrie'   of
Ou«en   Cbarlowta  lalandt.
TAKH  NOTICI  that  Qeor««  Palmer Might, of Seallle,  Wash,, occu-
pnlion   Broker,  Intendi to apply  for
proepacl  tika (permission to proaped the folloVina
•.ndi    for   eoal described    lunds    for   coa!   nnd   pe-,
ir. ' um;    Commencing    at    a    pos
''"■     1        ■■'       chi Ins       norlh       of
No,  2435  (near Tiahn Plead),
north wet .urn.   . them ■   mirth   80
, thence ea       0 chains, ihence
"   chains
•sis. Tuammt>.
£%•*«%(■   *VhL.  /»nA   ««.*■:,
f*.««ai» tmc
i -est   M'^QKlBiBBi^'mwVEm'.
•  i"  the   poi ,t   nf   . ommente-
•   ■
BEORGE   PALMER   .MILII-T,
Per J. \V. Coniyll, An.nil.
Dated ""abruary EOtii,  inite.      apl8 P»oan  T
MM-tri-'i,-
Mraaer iwnl B(K(H S(j.

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