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Array j_»..-_»_tfiP_8-t»i--_-: -a*.'■- U|>SH ■■"      _
->'--'- y   ' .-.-'
•Th? Journal
¥5 00
a year
High-class
Job
Printing
VOL.  V.
'PRIXCK  RUPERT, B.C., SUNDAY,   MARCH  21,  1915.
Price   "i   Cents.
 _____
NO.   112.
'Wltl
Ir_';«i%ifi    sSHaSL   I
y.   W%   *B_
fete;'
■ J $■■?
If_3T___'l&'Jg_.____l J. 1-1 ■_LJ____a__U-lA''.M. f
NDIDATES
GERMAN
RE BEING
HELD WELL IN CHECK
r\
The Fighting On The French And
Belgian Front Has Been In Favor
Of The Allies For Past Twenty -
Four Hours
Paris, March 20.—An official report issued here say..: Al Boissell-
after a violent bombardment, tho
'Germans attempted a night attack.
We were well able to repulse this
with  heavy losses.
In Champagne the enemy made a
counter-attack, which was, repulsed."
There were no Infantry attacks in
connection with this lighting.
in   Argonne  a   somewhat
bombardment  took place.   This was
without an infantry attack also. Our
progi a   has been continued.   After
repulsing two counter-attacks we
carried part of the German position.
To the south of Lespurges we repulsed a counter-attack which was
made.
B.;W--ANAMCAN
REAP BENEFITS
HI!  GEORGE  FOSTER'S   DEPARTMENT  PREPARE"   STATISTICS OX  TRADE.
lit- aAdvnntnge That   May   Come   to
This Country nt This
Time.
PLANS OK G, T. P. FOR OIL
l-l'I'll. OS   LINES .VI COAST
At the lust monthly meeting of
the Western Canada Railway Club,
held in Winnipeg, 11. Lorimer read
a I a per , ■■ ared by J. ii. Legrand,
bridge engineer G, T, P.,, on "Fuel
Oil ami Its Handling in Extreme
Clii    tii   Conditions."
Within :: shorl ii..1 - the G. T. P.
will operate Its line trom Prince Ru-
; ei      asl  a_  tai rasper,
A. \V.  ROSS HAS RESIGNED
POSI'  WITH   UNDERWRITERS
Sir George Foster, Minister of
Trade and Commerce, has placed the
machinery of his department under
the greatest strain to prepare statistics and to publish bulletins showing
how Canada can benefit by securing
a large share ot Germany's trade a_
a result of the war, says a recent
Ottawa despatch.
He announces that he has received urgent cables from the British
Government asking him to give pub
MANY SEEM TO BE
GOING Tr ISLANDS
WITH   THE  APPROACH    OP   SUM-
MER   A  XI MBER SHE GOING
TO Qi EEX CHARLOTI I.   .
Charles    Al.    Harrison   Was    Among
Those Who  Went  Over  Liisl
Night.
The pro. ii :•:.. seem to be vei y
good for the Queen Charlottes this
summer. Quite a large number ar.
going to the Islands, hound on various missions. The agricultural development will be unite marked this
summer. So thinks Charles M. Harrison, a pioneer of that district, who
went over last night after a visit to
the south.
Messrs. Chrittenden, sons of one
of lhe lirst to recognize in the Queen
Charlottes    a    rich    territory,    went
•■;■:>   ;  ■'■'■-
Six Selected To Represent The Constituency At The Forthcoming
Election At Nominating Convention Held Yesterday
Vancouver,    March    20.    Al     the bul  refused   o allow his no
Conservative   nomini   Ini    coir       Ion  to a   ballot.    Mr.   Baird   secured   a
today the following  were named   as commanding   majority   on    the   lirst
Jicity to the fact that there is danger
of a complete suspension of colliery
J over  lasl  night.    They  are likely to
Plaice up land there.   C. B. Green was
candidates of the party at the coming provincial election: Hon. W. J,
Bowser, A. II. II. MacGowan, C. E.
Tisdale, Walter Leek, Mr. Welsh
and Mr. Duke. The fn'sl three
named were members in the la.i
House. Of the six that then sal [or
Vancouver two retired, Dr, G. A.
McGtlire and  II.  II.  Watson.
operations in England and Wales be-jaIs° returning to his properties.
cause of lack   of pit   props,   which!     Mr'  Harrison  points   to   the   facl
heretofore have been imported from tnal   tllt'   «u€en   Charlottes   are   al-
[.ready increasing the number of settlers.     The   fanners    are    also    Im-
Wcll-known Olliclnl   at.   Head   Office
in  Vancouver  Leaves
Ptisition.
A.  W.  Ross, of Vancouver,   secretary of the Mainland Fire LTnderwnt-
i 11     in--    a ut tx ll    ' . 11:.      -: :
ers'  Association,  Is shortly resigning      ,,  ...,,.,,,  wood|  ,-,,.,,. , ,'    the land to enrich it.-'
from     ...I      position    after    twenty long anil    from   •"    to   9    inchei
■     ip: ucy, i; Is announced. Mr,   llameter, are    1st pur
ine war I
ballot, There were 75 delegates In
attendance from all parts of thc new
riding, which includes South Vancouver west of Fraser Avenue, Point
Grey and Lulu  Island.
Norway  and- Russia.    Pit   props  are
generally    of    spruce   or   other    li:
woods,  and   are  from   i    '"    7    i    .   :   '   :
Ion     tnd  5 to 6 incl       in   '    m   ■
Mr. Baird is a native of Ontario
Ci inty, Ontario, and graduated
Ifrom Toronto University with the degree of B. A. and LL.il. He came to
The  Littorals  have   nol   yet   !"   i< ,   ,,
Nelson   in   ,!)"..,     ie    year    of    his
tion,   and   I.night   in  the  Melon   HI   I ioI  for ii  and a half
veai's      He cam      -     ..-,--     er   in
101      lolnii i .iiylor
able  to decide  upon  the   candid
that will repi esi ul  I hem in the run-!
ning.
.'iiiiiliilale  for  Iticlutionil,
.   fi iv  da;       .. ii  in    Rii hmonil,   i.  Uarvej   .-.   Baird. Twi
.1. Baird \ ■ on , .
" reU,rned  f" alive   candidate.      Ml       13      -
fane
i.-irrli     Pnrn
. ' s.     Record
■ iii in future hold th_
0f (h -ops and poles '   <>unts for ci
dlstan >   "i   aboul    7::"    miles,   with of brai   li manager of the   Comniei
inced 50    i '   ent,   -in'  the price li o
fuel  oil.    The       ■ f    111 les   for
thai ...    -- Ing   co
at lii'     resent l inn . 1 liis Is heir    In
troduced to minimize the danger ot
fires  in  the  western   forests,   which
ar -  so  valuable   commercially,   and
cial   i liion    '   -  ranci     Com] an>    ol
bulleli
Loudon, Eni .: i lie , Common lal
I nion of .'- Vol Ic, and the Sala-
iineii Insurance Company.
Mr,      . on    ■ i lini   r.    the    | n   ei
iger, ho      Iready resii a A troi .  ,,        ...     ■
which    -                 beau        the    Istas'tnese companies, and  Mr.  Ross   hasimer_:   pin-cl isod    from  Gern
tif the territory called the "Pai tdl     ' "'''   i',,i  l""1 accepted  the   posi- evident.    Poremi      amoi i ma:
iti
Opportunity   Is  Mviilenl
ii        i rge    in    a   r- t
says:
"1 .     ii
li .Ml
over Mr.
-       , "...
1
jliAll    ..
I.Ml  i ,
.
'
'     END IN JI']
uuinenl    Pin -   ''-.  •'•   L'lianilii
in   of  Si ' ■'
ligc      ts Will End 11.
Min
lion, says the News-Advertiser.
be  mentioned   the   . outh    Ame i     i
Mr,   Edgar   Cranunond,
ml   financial  writer, In a paper be-
of Ton lists.
I-     atoi        laulcs, of whicli tl    - ,eU    know»    here   ^Publics,
will  I b.    de     ne buill  by|wheri '       ' :':""1     ,vera'   U,ue"icl»l  "»"■"»>- '   "oe«>   '
the ln.pi   i-i Oil <■     i PH.      lnf°nnection with his office.
r.  Iv .:    .   . , re. idem
Rupert, one al each of the di.
al , nini    I              Pr
Jo     r, will have . if 350,-
000  Imperii ' p illon    • i ' ind   the
SHOOTING CASE To COME
II' IX POLICE CO CRT
.     	
iccesstul.     The   war   has    given    a   ;":i'i"':   v'Vi   ih"   ,"';|   °f
decided check to German trade with i"''i'1    tlle' ivar
I ■       counl rle
A   ro-arran
mi
...    -  -     eial  relatii       mi " UPl,'B< rents.
nil I
■i  .'.
lal
. ,    ■
■
II
1  Ing ■  nk.   21,000 I        Inl „nn   ll,,.osH,(|   ,
Ions    Hi there an   being  buill
■v. j_.li*    Charge,)
Willi Ci tug ii Revolver In
Trouble,
other   ' ■-   ilrl    .
i
Mr. Cri ' 'total  :";' rest in orga
ill
r to the end
i"   :  ■ ' of special    design    to
serve for distribution   of   oil,   tliel
capacltj   being   m,nun  Imperial gallons, An arrest was made lasl night on
 • Fulton street nf ii man named  Rob-i
Thomas   Hoasy,   Indian    Agent    at|ertson,  who is charged  with  using a
Massett,    left    last    night    for     ths; revolver.     The   man  claims  lo  navel
■
of       aiII ■    .    '
' I
-
■I'i     will
I .  v. i 11
i.- ill
n - ■       m ooni ten
ie country,  moreo :\\   is  lho
..-   .lllly   realize   : ,,   i.    -,. ' '      '
of this'opportunity will  have   o  d      : ''"■-'' '" i"'"1
I     advantage over i  Hera In thcli   ' '!'   '"' ' '    ""      ' ■ '■'l' ■
efforts to   capture   a. Bhare   of   the  ""'
South   American    trade   lost    tor   a1    ""   estlmati b thai   Greu     I       li
time i" Germany and other warring ;'''""' wI11 sn€nd  "!l '" " I!l1   l,r   ' follows:
nations of Europe. ''"ly      £708,000,000       f $3,!. 40,000, '     Plans     >   -    n— III ri       •;,    i.. •■    ...
I
■ banke
:'"'' -    ■ gtiindl  | rain
i-' .mi. .--'iii  also attendi tl  I In   mi
l    --   .'■ olu-
edlenl  in
Queen Charlotte Island-.
llrsl     Mil   li    amend   the  Bank   Acl   by  permitting
W.    n.    Roll .   i   ,   , -i   i -.ni.-    i,i,  to  the     i  I
got the revolver to   defend  1 niself, | ,,.,.,,_„ _, .,.„ ._.... _.,.,. „_..„.   .     |on  jir;  Crammond's   ligures,   thinks superintendent  of  motive    owi lay of A        t,   1015, lo lend money
been attacked by   two  "others,     lie
nun i. ''-. ti nd   the
The   London    Times,   con nn nlii    '  trucflon,   «I
.1.  Biliingham,   superintendent   of and so ""'''' "
motive power on the G. T. P., and
ir. R. Mooney, general road foreman of engines, are expected to arrive In the city today.
I
States are  fully alive to   the   possi-
'  bilities of the trade with  Soutli  America is evident from the recent es-1'10  takea  !1    somewhal    exaggerated clared  waa provlm
■   of . e   I  grain  upon
The case is believed to be connect-1tablishment   of   a   South   American |v,ew> although he Is in possession ofI in  the  big Ity of the grain  purchased,
ed  with  the trouble on   the   water-(bureau in
front.    It. will come tip for hearing
on  Monday morning.
^-Wti*i3-l>Wf?i»Wi}(»a
Germans Sustain Complete Defeat
0
0 ,i. ;■   20,     \n MHi lal re] - tl
eoniiectioii  with  the-United  States dei artment   of commerce,
furls   v
' ' '   entitle ' I   opinion to re-, ' uerc  i iany    nn n
. tin   efrom and
cat.  Tlie  Times   points   oul    that I The  rompaii.i   i ■ ■■ ni   the
From figures prepared by this bureau  Premier Asquith'a estli    te i I  Gr al
it   may be seen   that, the  South   Am-
ican   countries  in    1912    Im] -    ■
--:'!i   - valii    of which  to-
■   ip ■     9fi -      | -■
Bril   In' ndtttiri dm Ing the
 -■   ■ ■■: io.1 --ii' '  10,1 I) ■ 100
bul adds:
■ - !,.
f0_m«*ti«d en vmr Two i
-—. o—i  mate 1    '. n  ; '■ '
March     House    Piiniishlng    "■"    '   lieved   in ■ fin: thai
-S.-ile   Price   on   Print     I Im '
losse     of - "        nms,  15 ini:-   al Got   ---■ I). Tite's.  M r   loan
horhood of   \\    :ni.ic ai gi ■■•■..-.      I ce   today    n;:; :li    n
tnilted In tl ' ■    deft il       the Germans. The lo
nizei    ti
lion   !
m ii
:   i
led    on    thi.
come
11
■
■
1
01
1          hon
■
■
tin   ■ down,
0000 ' '.0440404000000444440400000400000004
'• ive  "oil-.-. ai -.-    i,   Tite's
ii--      lale—everything reduced
'    ■   I'!     "
bly in I
/ Sunday, March   21,   1915.
PRIXCE    RUPERT    JOURNAL
prince lSi.vcr< •'Journal
Telephone 188.
-  in  lhe same  period  increased
000   pesos   to   59,126,-
pesos, and  those of   the United
Kingdom   from   93,371,000    to   11..,-
669,229   pesos.   Canada's  exports to
office-    128   Third   Avenue    Fas'.    .
umre.    .';,    _.      ,   _, ,    K„„ ,  ,.,< irgentine   n   1912   amounteil  to
near McBride Street. Telephone   tt)_
Post office Box ii.7.
O. II. VBI-80N, Editor.
mlj   _,_ _6,2i i   |    io .    Pi om   'his   i:
i      mt   I ermany     Improved
osition  with   the   Argen-
DAILY   EDITION.
Published    every   mornin trade
Mondav   Delivered b.   -   ri ii     In  the
"ty atthe following rate.  If  paid  in  » '  '    '     :" °the'
advance:—
One   year
Six   Mentha
Thi"   Mi : '   -
If
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.iti.
i_i'«
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1
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latlon         ■    •
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.1   MALI.  MIDI, ING
■    Fosti     continues:    'Ol
n   ui     tai if:   il   may  be said
i .:  in ,i    for   tin    mo n
part for tin 11 ording rev-
e desiri   of ells-
tioi      Tl
.-■   I [shed mai
ind ol    I     -    \ •   ■
I
rtlcle    ol
or N'oi
1  - -1,-      Of
t which  Gel
_____ - |.    ntltj   ri
lowing ma;
   Honed: el
ire, loetrlcal
-   I mioblles,   ul)   kinds   of
lo ks, jew-
imount   of
extiles, Ipalli       I    goods,  cot
ton hosiery, cotton cloth, and woollen Irug and cliemi-
1 -.- and wood pulp; pianos;
and .'am y foodstuffs. These
arl li li a can no long' r be obi
from Germany."
Canada's Chance   Now.
How  far Canado  i> ahli    to   take
advantage   of   this   opportunity   for
Increased trade is shown by the lig-
.v^i_iKHKi-Wi*__«-a<HK^
f  Product No.
SPLENDID  FOR  PLUMBERS
Contains about 2H   lbs.
$1.50
The sale of Product No. 09 is strictly
confined to the high-class supjily
houses. Its cost of manufacture is
therefore not affected by Dept. or
"price cutting store" influence tbat
30 often drives manufacturers to the
use of inferior chemicals and processes. Nor is the dealer allowed to
reduce the retail price under penalty
of    having    his    supply    terminated.
A POWERFUL SOLVENT FOR
CLOGGED UP DRAIN PIPES
"l>:i" destroy i accumulations  .1  lint,    paper,    cloths,    hair,   slime,
grease,  vegetables, soap,  iruii and many others,   li is harmless to
lint'H plumbing.
DON'T ARGUE DON'T   PUT   OFF TEST   IT
This preparation  has beei   io generally      '•   eBsful    In    clearini
drains thai it is bought over and ovei by   those   who   have
tried it, but Inasmuch at noon can know thi actual condition ei
istini: within a pipe, ii is absoutely imposslbh fo the manufacturer or j .      . ali    in | laranti ■    1    reBult.
CHEMfCAL PRODUCTS CO., NEW YORK
I'OK SALE  liV
Tin ■   : nu
ni.-- earl
.   .1... ol    hi   ■ i
ln-< '. that H        Clemi nts, M.P.
whs able in secure foi  I he benefit of
the indusl. y al this | ort is not . -
thing : hat the citizens can  affoi d  ti
go    to   sleep   over.    That    Order-in-
Coiiiu-il Is -rained for a year as we
understand  it.   The time will   cornel
round  quickly  enough   when    il   will j
be  --ought  to gel   a  renewal.     There ,,.
urea   A-liich  Sir   George   includes   in
can  be little doubt  that a strenuous „|g statement.    Of Canada's   exports
if. THE    RELIABLE   PLUMBER
FOR     I'll..    3EST   IS   PL! MBING    AND    HEATING    PHONE    I8U
•&[n40440040000-00000ami00O00000000Q0C00o04000O04rs4O0.
\rh%-000400040440OO000a00a000OO00.000OO00000044404440*0K-
i-._*:-:.i
fight against the renewal will then
be pin up again. Prince Rupert will
not be able to put up a successful
agitation in favor of the renewal of
it, perhaps, unless II can b< shown
thai there have been decided benefit-
following the granting of it
It will be up to the city to sei ui e
the benefil - that i:   _ aa hoped would
come   from   these    tn ons.    No
to Argentine in 1912 all except
500,000 pesos consisted of manufactured lumber, although it appears
from the Bgures furnished by Argentine to Canada that Argentine imports of manufactured lumber totalled over 6,000,000 pesos. An cxami
nation of the figures furnished by
Argentine shows thai I c In ports ol
paper and wood pulp amount to
more    than    $10,000,000    and    that
IGermany   furnish.
tlnn    > lould   li"  losl   tu   lulu.,    some
of these   result- about, as   a
I ilckly.    li will Ik    oi
advantage  to  thosi
h.i...
:■  ord ■
,,       ■
; I Coal, Cement, Plaster and Brick
AND A COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDERS' SUPPLIES
,__. A ___LV. _LsO.aS.__   HLJl'tJl'&JSJUUAX   VV-5    Ai
First Avenue       Prince Rupert        Telephone 186
8miWmiM0 044 U000400O00444040400O444^Hi4044444*4*^OO#40
l_l_l_ IW   I I *" ———a _.        ii_,„ni    ,      Mta  ■_._...____. __..
Thompsoi Hardware Co., Limited |
.s
tie    is    I   .   lJ«   u.
Sailings for Vancouver
Victoria and Seattle
S.S.   Prince George every   Eridny at 0 a.m.
S.S. Prinee .lohn at 7 p.m. on Sunday,March      II, 28, etc.
For Massett nnd Port Clements S.s. Prince John 10 p.m. Saturday,
March   (i, 20, He.
For Skidegate, Lockeport, etc., S.S. Prince John 11 p.m. Sunday,
Mure!   7, 21, etc.
For Stewart ami Nans River SaS. Prince John !) a.m. Wednesday,
March    10, 21, etc.
For Anyo.v (Granby Buy) S.S. Prince George midniglil every Wednesday,
G.T.P.   It AIL WAV  SCHEDULE
Trains leave Prince Ruperl in Prince George, Edmonton, Melville,
Winnipeg, etc., ut 10 a.m., Wednesdays and Saturdays, con-
■ectiiig  with   trains  for  St. Paul, Chicago und all   points   east.
Trains arrive from the easl  on TlinrsdaysMndSundaysatO.SOp.nl,
l-.T.  RAILWAY SYSTEM
The  Double-track    Uonte
Prsm-Chlcago to Toronto, Hamilton,   Buffalo,
Mo .' real,    etc.,    etc.
For reservations, tickets ami full information regarding travel to
n«y pari nl the world apply to the G.T.P. Ticket Offiee, Third
Avenue;  Agencj  all Atlantic Steainshlp Linos.
e_U__B_.M
211
mmumtion
supplies
while   her
■
■
■
about    one-half
ply,   liie   bulk  of j
which    heretofor     I come    from
Gi   ■    Britain, costs her   ovei    ._"'.-
000, 10.0    annually.    Canada,    it    ap-
i ■ ;       -I   the    . i
tine's I .-: . and
; - ■ ... ..   fron
Clermany,
Hi:;   fiup   lai ft' by  I
■ntlna'a
re impi
■
-
■' ■
PliO-iE  101.  P.O. PliAWKII  l«-_5     I 880 SECOND All.
I--.3^__^....ki_h_-!»iw_w_hw^
.... ..._   ......     ...    ..  .     . _  ..,-,    ..... ;
SHINGLES, MOULDINGS, SASH, DOORS
r .wi'.
.ne 25 I
ni
PRINCE lit
. B.C,
Tlte World's Besl
■
■
In
hrough
i  - Germany's < sports."
Germnny  Forged  Alipad.
the i ftorts ol Canadian
trade commissioners In South America official figures of Argentini
im; oris are shown in the bulletin,
and from these it appears that from
1008 io 1912 Argentine's Imports
trom Germany Increased from 37,-
S.7,000 pesos (fl peso being equivalent d 90 ml i i" -3,911 ,S03
■   n     while  ttaone  from  the   United
■
I 1012
I,.0-1,21
1,70S, 0.
United   Stal md     171,131
fi'i'iii lhe United  I an idian
Iron ind li • l manufai 11 rers should
make n big effort therefore to try
and capture a pan of this large Argentina trade formerly held by German producers."
Groceries— Our prices are the low-j
esl In (own. You will save money 0"
almost every article. Give us a tria
order today. Phone 12.1. Prompt tin j
Ivery. Mussallem & Co., 4 2.1 Fifth
Ave,  East,
1
Send for Five Roses
COUPON
tfrtd   Name   and   A___trt_ti    pUinlv
Dm". (or.M rm mnmimmx Ton Cent a
w.*-«f. OF Uf Al 11'
Cook Book—
BEING A MANUAL OF GOOD RECIPES cuefolty
f .:■■. :i '(-'• lhe ( .'it.-ilitdioo- af _rvar t%ro thousand
itKX-W-;l tnera of Fi**. Rome* Flour thrwgftoui GnacU.
Alao I •-■ i.ii Notes oq tk* v.miwi duNit.ol good t-hmga
i..i mt, JI of which W.wo boot* can-iotlj checked and
re-ctM-cked 1-t compner* mC-omity.
kiina your Ejrretope to UK. OF THE WOODS HUM. CB. IMflED, WW. I. ES
S'PIW \ I -
Iiistrlbutors Priuce Rupert, B.C.'
......LEY KBLLY,  DOVGI.AS *00.
Canadian Pacific Railway
PRINCESS MAY
SOUTHBOUND, 8 P.M. SUNDAY
PRINCESS MAQUirNA,
FOR ALASKAN PORTS, MONDAY, MARCH 22
3. Q.  McNAB, General Agent, corner Third Ave.   und   Fourtli   St.
mm
THEUglQN STEAMSHIP CO, OF B.C. LTD-
S.S. VENTURE
Southbound Tuesdays at 8 p.m.
Sailings for Granby, Simpson and the Naas
Sundays at Midnight
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Coal, Furniture Moving, Baggage
and Heavy Teamin?
W. J.  CRAWFORD, Manager
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1000 THII5D AVE,
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PRIXCE    RUPERT   J0URNA1
Sunday, March   21,   1915.
CANADA PREPARING
FOR GREATHARVEST
STATISTICS   COMPILED    li\"   THE
CANADIAN    NORTHERN   ON
THIS    LINK.
the call  for a  greater  production ofjcrease of T~> per cent. To tho north,
foodstuffs in Canada. Five hundred
and thirty-nine agents contributed
to the report  in order that  It wouio
IlalToril, on tile new line connecting
the cities ot' Prince .Albert and North
Battleford,    reported    72,000    acres,
jbe   thoroughly   represent!!live  of  lhe;an area .5 per cent, greater than in
| territory served.
i.i,:. '. an   Increase
of 90 :ire tin     on-
apicuou. ■ I.-, ii  is apparent
that Canatl. doing her allotti tl
part of the task which is at present
confronting the Em,-ire.
1913.    To the south,   in  Saskatche-
i    Altogether,   along   the    Canadian!"'an.  Uelisle, on the   Saskatoon-Cal-
.Northern   lines   in   the   prairie   prov-jeary   line,   reported     88,000    aires,
The Largest Acreage In the   History
ol the Dominion Is to
Be Sown.
j Inces  the  increase  may  be  avi
ii  fortj   i:cr cent.    The figures give
Within   the  nexl    few   weeks   the
farmers  In  Canada   «ill  bi   . ni
upon the work of seeding the ■
esi   acreage   whh h    has    •■ er   been
given over to the productli
in    the   history   of   the   Dominion,
While statl -ti'    . orlraying I ie ai
Increase  In  area   n iii   nol   lu
until   the  federal  aiithoritli     ai   i
tawa  compile In  i he  late sprin    11 •
reports from their corresi ondents on
work done, the findings of Invei   I
; lone whii ';  hai e alread;   In en  coi
pleted   i ,,;"'   ■■''':" ly   to   : he    < I
sion thai the addil ions tlirouf ' oul
the Western province al least will
be vi iy considi rail! i'i exl ent. Officials of the Canadiun Northern recently fiiiislu'il a survey of fall
plowing along tin- lines of thai company in Manitoba, Saskatchewan,
and Alberta. The figures whirr,
were sen! In, of course, deal with
the C. N. R. only, but they may be
taken as an indication of the manner in which the farmers wesi of
the   Great  Lakes  have   responded   to
which is an  Increase of 30 per cent.
Marshall, on    the main  line    toward
Corporation   of the City   of   Prince
liupeit, B.C.
IIY-I..WV    Mi.
-I'luitritrt   Xt
a  total acreage  plowed  lasl    fall   of]the Alberta  boundary, returned  50,-
8,181,376 acres.    This is an Increase l""1 acres.    In  Alberta the town   of
°1  1,768.10S .ei- ■ " er the     :  ced-   Hanna reported 40, teres, an In-
'"''' year.    Figured al  21.38   bushels ''''''■" t  20  per   cent.    Stealer, -In
to the acre    the nol  average'of the :|"' central   lortlon  of tin   province
yield    ■   West  i'n  provincei   in   1914 ^llv<' 30,  an  Increase of  20   pi
Skeena   [.anil    District—Distriet    of j
Quoon Charlotte Islands.
TAKB NOTICE thai ." ' r Piombo,
of  Priuoe  Rupert,    B.C.,   occupation
Prospector, intends to apply :- i  permission to , rosp cl  for i oal and  ,
troleum over the following described
lands on .lie West Coasl  of Graham|
Island.  Commencing al a  ins' plained three miles norWt of the north-east
corner of Lot 2437, thence north 80
chains,.thence west SO cliains, thence
'south    so    chains,   them      ea       801
'chains,   to   point   of  commencement,!
j containing 6 10 acr .- more or It
ja29 PETER   PIOMBO.
Dal ■ locnti -!.  '     - - b      ?rd,  1914
IMPERIAl MACHINE WOR
I.nginc-    Installed   anil    Oen
Repairs
Oxy-Acetylene  Plant   in   Con
l'liime  Iletl   13(1
Thin)
Sealed I mders will be rei • . ed by
E.   A,   W ■ ids,   City  Clerk,   up   till
Skeena   Land    District—District    of
!"■   -    " ■   ',''■'   -'<-•<*.   no  «"  "l Queen  Charlotte  islands
p.m.,  Mi'iiilin-  22nd  .March, 1915, for!    TAKE NOTICE thai   !'
for    wheat,    onl .   and   h rley    tin
■-; ..i'i   yield   From    fall-plowed   ' nd
cent,    Cr ligmyle,      a Cs     i
ported  11 ,000 acres, and Di Ifa,
the   Canadian   Northern    it. 17,000           -  I    an
lanlti    ■       laskn n       nd   Al   creasi   if 200 pt         .ns on
berla,         aid      ' •       132,1 i7,S 18.88 '"'  •' ' "(   '■''"•'■     '"' '     to   tin     Si
:.                     .     [b   . .' !,. i kati !■' '-' an  ' "       i  1          Cei ■:■!   and
led     irreage   "- n Id Chinook    r     I '•.   .-. r -  t ach.
■   odui e  37,759,389.(1 I   bushels.    Bul !!1   '!]"  formei   11 -    Im   ease Ii
1914  was mi off year for grain pro- al  i.: tt,     :r   al the latter
dnctlon in  the  West,  and  thai  aver-fl'1801 iri      vas    no    fall ■ plowing
,-ill                     ,    . -.,-■ i-■: d   in ioni   In   1913.
1 HI 5. Even  in the older setl led  parts ot
The  li rgesl e  for  Rny   one the   We   .  I li n tifytng   In-
station was ri lortetl from star City, creases.    _i  Morris, In  Manitoba, the
in  the  black   loam  districl   in  Nortli-1 acres  e  i-  given 30,000, and  tin
ei-n Saskatchewan     It   "       given ::■ Incroo             .-   cent.   Al  Gladstone
110,000, and  tin   Increasi   over   last there art   20,t res, which    e
year    as    10    per   cent.  N'aiseberry, sen!   a    25    par   cent.   Increas.,  Al
close to Siar City, reported   75,000 Splrllng  in  tbe Carmon  subdivision,
.-"■res.    Melfort, nearby on  the same the  agenl   reports  40,000,  which    is
j line, claimed an increase of 100 per-an increase of 15 per cent. Al Dun-
cent. Roslhern reported an Increase rea in the Hartney Districl the fig-
of  300    per   cent,   over   last    year ures jump to 70,000,   which    repre
■Duck  Lake's  50,000 acre's is an   In- seats an  increase  of   70   per   cent
;'.'   i 'lie trtn if a  16-fl
Road  on  lii ., is  : rom
i Slu .venui
ii ■      ■ een and      ecll
--ii    ol      - he     lit.     Gi     i
e r'   Offlce, 'ii. ii ill.
.... ender aol nee
e.-i.uilv   ace
W.   Mi GEORGE   '.I VI
11 iiiar I 6 . City En
Delivered to your kite"
door, like groceries
DlaJSOLl'TION    NOTICE.
T.AKE  NOTICK   teal   the  firm
Ritchie, Agnew ft Co. has been   dis
nolvetl upon t_.t   31sl ear of January
A. IX 1915, and t'Bat all accounts ow
ins io  the   firm   will   lie collected  by
J.  Fred  Ritchie,   for  the  bem        of
the  partners,  and   that  ail  accounts
owing by the firm  will  be   paid   by
the saitl J. Fred Ritchie,   on accoun
of the firm. Dated at Prince Rupert
B.C., this 4th day of February, A. D
1915,
.1.    FRED   RITCHIE.
A. E.  WRIGHT.
('.  T.   Ilewaid   (witness to both   si;;
'.   .. I ' Dil     let     -
Queen  Charlotte  fsll i ds
B NOTICE I
of  Prince   Rupert,    B.C.,   occupation
:.   : . b to apply tor per-
- - i foi eoal and petroleum ovei th< follower rlbetl
binds on 11 e iVe - Coasl of Graham
Island: Commencing at a post plained five miles east and one mile north
of the north-easl corner of tot 243.1
thenoe north 80 chains, tlience west
80 chains, tlience south 80 cliains,
thenee easl so chains, to point of
commeneement. containing 640 acres
more or  less.
j:t_ a PETER   PIOMBO.
Date located, 4th December, 101-1.
nalures).
f 5 mar 5
Notice is hereby given Ihat on the
£rst day of April next application
.will be made to the superintendent
of Provincial rolice and to the
Board of License Commissioners foi
the City of Prince Rupert for per
mission lo change the site of the
wholesale liquor business now car
vied .on by the undersigned company
from Its present premises, namely
Lots 16 and  IT. nock  11, Section  I,
iltuate "ii   Second  Avenue,   City   of
Prime    Rupert,   to  premises   situate
-ii Lots 15 .anil 16, Block 32, Si ■■-
tion I. on Frat i r SI reel, In the Cit.
of Prince Ruperl
Dated  this 27th of Februa  ■-     V.D
1915.
Beaver  Wholi sal
of  Prince  Rupert,   Ltd.
('.  A. SWEET,
oe  Rupert,   B.C.,   oi ■       li i
■'     -'    .
.  Il
Coasl of i
Island: Commend]
■ .i mil     ■ nd on
.... ■
nee nol
■ o  r aim. ul      10   chains,
olnl   of
ntainit i
|,1.1- -■   ' i-   less.
j."_:i PETER   PIOMB
Date located, December 4th,  1914
J. H. KILDITCh
Contractor end Builder
Estimates given on nil classes of
work, whether small or huge. Per.
sonnl a'tt ntion  given  t" every  Item.
" IE '- tEEN 321
.■'HIHH-IUCK   PETERS,   !..< .
B.i.i:i,!:   Solicitor and Notary PubllJ
Office   In
EXCHANGE  BLOCK
LAND ACT.
Skeena    Land    District—District    o
Queen Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE   NOTICE  that   I,   D.    Hogg,
of  Queen  Charlotte  City,  oocupation
Farmer, intend to apply for permis
>ion   to  purchase  the  following   de
scrik>ed lands: Commencing at a pos
planted     at    the    south-wait     co;
er  of Gooden    Island    in    Bearskin
Bay, thence easterly thenoe norther
ly,  thence  westerly,  thence  southei
y,   following shore  line   to   point,   of
mumon cement, containing five acres
nore or loss.
DANIEL   11'".':
i   Ited  liih  February,  1915. fl3
DR. GILROY, DENTIST
'   - -..,    -I1   Bi dge  Wor _   i
■; ei laity
Office:   Smith    Block,   Third   Avenue
A, FAULDS, M.I. M.E.
Consulting mining Engineer
Examinations  and    development    of
Coal, Metal, Oil. Etc.
70!) Diin.rniiii  St.       Vancouver, EC,
RAIRDRESSING
PARLORS,'
MtiSBage,   Manicuring,   Scalp   Treatment,  Electric Treatments,  Etc
Mrs.    N.  L.  Ilt-u.lu_.yde,  Prop.
211   Third St PRINOE RUPERT
P.O. Boi- 1714 Tolwhono 448
RITCHIE,   AGNEW.  &   CO.
Civil Engiaeeiwi und Surveyors
F.uiot-   Rupert,   B.C.
.Water wonks, Water Power, Wharf
3oa_.BUC-.on, Reports, Plains, Uoinln-
on  and   Provincial   Land   Surveying,
t-keti'ic Blue Printing, Negatives aud
White Prints
Form   I 1.
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LINDSAY'S GARTA6E ftSTOHKBL
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6,000  people, anil   to  1,500  more   lu  its
branches.
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Distributors PRINCE RUPERT, B. C.
Trade Mahks
Designs
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AnyonolendlDg anhcloh aiiddi'flCTlptlonniHV
fjnlokly ojic-flrtHin nnr .iiilnimi fruo wbothcr nn
invtintkiH in prnlmliiv r'ttuntulila Comn unlc/i.
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onnt fri>e. Oldest beoncy fur BeoarfiiB patant-i.
Pntontd takoti t-ir')iiiili Munti & CO- icculr.
tprciiii notice, without.onfifvo, Id tho
Scientific Hmerican.
A httiidsoinoly illustrated frookly. LmnoHt i"
cillntMin of nnv I'Hcntlfk. Jnurni-1, TeniiM :
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A. E. Hand, President
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THE PRINCE RUPERT SASH
AND DOOR COMPANY, LTD.   |
DOORS,   s.-SII,   MANTLB8,   MOUl/WNOS,     HtWOLIt   ,VN'I:    BAN!      _
HAWING, AMI Alala  IUNUH «    M-VIMH. N<_»,   uMMK   AND   ©_.-
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Sunday,  March    21,   191S
praixcE   nrPERT   journal
GRANITE
_RANITE    if   best   i;:::'lit.v   and   thoroughly  tested   tor  sale
Cut  Stone  or  Crushed   Rock   in
Quantities
.Ell. .1. McLEOR      I'li.if" Green 217
OCEAN FISH. CO.
.'rc.s.'i   Fish  Auii'in.   I_veij   Ha.i
/Raids i -, di'.- Proi   ptl,   Ul   ;.-.i. I T.i
....
Skeena   Land   District  —  Distriet  of
Quet a  Cbai I .'io  Islands,
TAKE XOTK'I. I'i::t Andrew W.
. i.- an, ■-. !': I..'- Rupert, B. C,
occupation Can enter, intends ; i apply for permission to ; ro ■■■ cl foi
coal and petroleum over the following described lands mi the West
of i:i--';-.'ii  rslend:  Coinmene-
.: post  plfll
ne mi '  •• I'  i
■iii1..  'th  81
th
:
Lain,    i"   ,  'i'i    of    con menci
containing len    ..-,..    , ....
v   -   :        IV,   Mi i.-.
',-,-:.:.  Pel ir Piombo
(;(!\ri)KVM*.\'r weather
REPORT.
Furnished   by   I.   W.    Dowling
For  24   hours ending
March^O.
Bi lured to   ea  level.
I light        tl :.. .-- : 11 ill i     . . . .
.' ■      .   i'li.  eralurt    	
p.m.
n-
XOTICE.
The Canadian Patriotic l-'imtl.
Will those who need assistance
from the above fuud, resident In the
_icity or district and nhose breadwinner is on active service with ihe
force, of Hie Empire or her Allies,
kindly notify the secretary jf the
local organization.
tt W.  E   COLLISON,
P.O. Box t:
PHONE  III.i I.  ■:    i
PHONE 554
P.O. BOaX 60
.'Ol_
APERHANGING
OLISK1NG AND
WALL TINTiNG
ns
I';.''
lo        .'■ .     'i    ■'. bi : .   1 9 I ■!.
of
.alnCl-ll   < 'lllilll 1': "I cs -
a   (laini.
E H       mineral    claim
■.        Bqunre and
l
I.tcntlng
 sceetl
'   feet.    After tlie   dlscovei >■   ot
HIGH-GRADE
DEI ORAU'laVG    A
INTERIOR
.- I'I.' iALTY
■
J-IKH-Ol.''"     '  '   '       . ■'   '-' '"
CANADIAN STEAM i
LAUNDRY
NOW jm FOR  BUSINESS |
i   ind Approved Methods a
SI   - i      Land    I       Id    Districl
tjueon  Charlotte Islands,
TAKE XOTICE thai  Peter Pionibo,
of  Prince  Rupert,   B.C.,   occupation
Pi .i       tor,   ntei   ■' pl    for per-
,      o pro. p      for ''""l and   ie-
ln ■   .:. ... rii.. ii
:, :,,',   . w .      ■   inst  ol  liraliam
Island':  Commencing al a    osl plant-
i  • - and  one   mile
easl  of tlie uoi th- iasl corner of Lot
:' 137, them e nol th I 0 chi ins, thence
least    -■     ■ ' lint,   them SO
SO    ohains,   to
ontalning
...    nore o
' ' l''    '       ' ot tl :■ Mm   from this posfto the
.'"'■' 1914        la, , .
' - ■!    da
 191     .     Name ot
 e Islands.
I   i  :            District    or ond posl musl be placed al
ITK.E that wbo,   '       '''     end  line of  the claim,  1 ,-
■ lnt       ' B.C.,   occupatien    ■ ■  from the Xo. I. posl     On 11
' '    " '        J'   f'"    '"''   m       be written tl     following:  "No
'      "     Mineral
- na  L i   Districl District of
Quern   Charlotte  islands.
TAKE   XOTICE   that   Andrew    W.
ore in place, the locator musl si    ui   MaeLean, of Prince   Rupert,   B.  C,
threi   posl . al   leasl   four feel   high,-)occupation Carpenter, Intends to ap-
and squared for al leasl four Inches I'1?  for .permission   to  prospeel    for
.... .        ,   , ., i-oal   and   pelroleuni   over  the  follnw-
;"   ""'"l  "1!,,   ""'   lesa   ,h:1"    :l   Eo°t ing described   land,     on   West    Coast
from  tne top,    Thi   lirsl    o ulrt'of  Graham   Island:   Commencing   at
be planted ■ ohd   if    ■■■   cl  Im, a   posl   planted  two  miles  north    of
and a:  II  musl bi  written the foi-1tlle  north-easl   corner of dot
lov in- :
"Initial Post Nn. I of the i name)
Mineral Claim. The direction of No,
2  Posl  is  (approx. compaFs bearing)
 fee't of this claim lii - to the
Ight,  and    feet lies 'to  the
thence north SO chains, thence west
SO chains, tlience south SO chains,
Ithence east SO chains, to point of
[commencement containing 640 acres
more or less,
ANDREW    W.   MacLEAN.
fi. Agent,  Peter Piombo
Dati   located,  23rd   December,  1914
NAVIGABLE    WATERS     PROTECTION ACT.
R. S. C. Chapter  115.
The Imperial Oil Company hereby
give notice that it has under Sec-
lion 7 of the above Act, deposited
with the Minister of Public Works at
Ottawa, and jn tiie ollire of the Uis-
Itrict Registrar of the Prince Rupert
Land Registration Districl at Prince
Rupert, R.C., a description of the
site mid the plans of the wharf and
approach iri-oposed to In buill in
Prince Rupert Harbor, British Columbia, in front of YVaterfrpnl
Block  "('•". iii-cordins   to   registered
|plan of the Townsite of the said
City of Prince Rupert deposited in
ihe aforesaid Land Registry Offlce
as Xo.  923.
AND take XOTICE that after
tiio expiration of on( month from
the date of the first publication of
this notice) the said lmnorja! OU
Company will under Section 7 of tho
said Acl apply to the .Minister of
Public Works at his ollire in ll". City
of Ottawa for approval of the said
site and plans and for leave to construct   the said  wharf and  approach.
DATED at Prin •.■ Rupert, B.C.,
.this 2nd day of February, A, U.
nn in. 4\v_t.(
THE  IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY,
| XOTICE is hereby given that on
Itho 23rd day of March next applica
i tion will be made to the Superir.
itendent of Provincial Police and to
I the Board of License Commission-
jers for the City of Prince Rupert for
permission to remove the license for
jibe sale of liquor by wholesale from
11lie premises known as Lots 15 and
-lii,  Block  32,  Section    1, situate   i_t
Frazer Street, In the City of Prince
I Rupert,   to   the   lands   described    as
Lots 19 and 20, Block 23, Section I,
Ion Third Avenue in the said City of
i Prince Rupert.
DATED  this  20th   day  oi    Febru
ary,  1916.
PRINCE RUPERT  IMPORTING CO.
LIMITED.
W.  II. Marshall, Manager
f21mar22 Applicant.
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,-  i' :ii,   Land  District — Distriet
Queen Charlotte Islands,
of
VI inly   Skilled
ployed
li: critters   I in
TAKE NOTICE  thai   Andrew   W
MaeLean, of Prince Rupert, B.C., oc
■upation Carpenter, intends to apply
or  permission  to prospect  for   coa
nd petroleum over the following de
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SYNOPSIS      Ol
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COAL      MINING
Kit.    LATIQNS,
Coal mining! rlghI ol thi Dominion in Manitob i, Saski tchewan and
Alberta,   the   Yukon    Territory,    the
be   oJlowing described  ~; ' "     '"    '  '         ■"""',;"    crib'ed  lands on  the  West  Coast ofiNorthwest Territpries  and  a  portion
tids on  :       Wei    Co   il  of Graham claim.      Located  the        day■ Graham   Island:    Commencing   a.   a of the Province of British  Columbia,
 191     .   Name   ol  posl   planted two miles north of the may be leased for a  term of   twen-
I'lione us and we "ill call for a
trial   bundle
Note   our   address:
315    SIXTH    AVENUE    WEST
Phone No. 8
Canadian Steam  Laundry
1 O.. -«KB_Wl_-_ll3^_*l_<llW'-><il.
north-east corner of Lot 2433, thenoe
.:  •'■■ e mlli    ea :  of the   uo:th-easi ],.,	
corner  of  Lot  2435, thence  east Mi     _,.     ... nt .north    SO    chains,    thonce   east    80
chains,   thence    south     SO     chains,      Tlie-tund •post must be set up at ehalng     ,ho|m,     s.m||||     g0    ^
■ e:       ' • ■  Ins, thence nortli the  poinl   where  the  first  discovery,tllen(,e  west 80  cImins l0   polat   o{
SO   chains,   to   poinl    oi    commence- of ore  was  made, and upon  it  must commencement   containing 640 acres
ment, containing 640 acres More orjDe  written  the   followin'-:    "Discov- jrnore  er  less. '
ja29 PETER   PIOMBO
Dale located, December -1th, 1914.'Claim.      Located  the
 191
1914. -Claim.
—  of   . . .
f
Capt. J. McGee
M.M.S.A.
Masters anil .Mates prepared
tor examination. Compass adjuster.
Phone Red 502
i'AI   I MAI,    ACADEMY"
-on   Block,  opposite
Royal   Hotel
Mineral
. ...    day'flS
Name oflDate located, 2
ANDREW  W.   MacLEAN.
Agent,  Peter Piombo
id  December,   1014.
Skeena   Land     District—District    of
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Teter Piombo,
of  Prince  Rtiport.    B.C.,    occupatien
Prospector, intends to apply for permission to prospect for -oal  and pelroieum over lhe follow ins described
lands on the West  Coast of Graham
Island:  Commencing at a post plaist-
'1   Ive  miles   east  of the  north-east
Conner of Lot 2435, thenco north  sel1"
chains, tlience east  80 chains, thei-ne]'""
south   80    chains,    thence    west    SO
chains,  to  point  of   commencement,
containing 64 I acres more or less.
. i .".' PETER   PIOMBO.
ii.ni   located, December  1th,  1914.
locator."
Tho line from Xo. 1 post to No. 2
post must be blazed and the staking
is then complete. The claim must
be recorded al the nearest mining
recorder's office within llfleen days
nf staking. Additional days are allowed    where    the    distance    to
Skeena  Land  District   — Distric
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
t   ot
TAKE   NOTICE   that   Andrew    W.
MaeLean,   of   Prince   Rupert,   B.   C,
occupation Carpenter, intends to apply   for   permission   to   prospect    for
the I coal and  petroleum  over the follow-
resi   mining   recorder's    office
great to allow of the recorder's!
oflice  being reached  in  the  time  allowed.    The fee for recording a Mineral  Claim   is $2.60.
Placer Claims.
West
ipiiag   described   lands    on    the
:Ceast   of   Grab a   Inidlsna
Coast  of Graham  Island:   Commencing at a post plantod one mile north
and two miles east of the north-east
jcorner of Lot 2433, thence north SO
chains, thence west SO chains, tlience
I south    SO    cliains,    tlience    east    80
Placer    Claims    are    divided    into i chains   to   point   of    commencement,
four classes:  Creek   digging     In'tin   containing 64t) acres more or less,
bed of :,  stream or ravine;   bar dig -      ANDREW  W. MacLEAN.
i a a , • ,       , , ■    ' Agent, Petei   i'io'iibo
betwi '-ii high and low wai ir In
, , ,       ... Date  located,  23rd   December,  1914
a   river  or  lake:    dry   diggings   over
. ..- li it-it  water ne1        si  nd ;        clous,' ■
OO40CO4O     ■  -I, a :.. for coal  and  pe-
'  ,:  -     Dlstrlcl     District
a C     ,: ' ti   !- . n'ds.
uf
:-' El   ...   Peter Piombo,
Prim B.C.    ocnup ition
I     ■ os] octoi. Intel ds ppl;   foi    i i
i
CK                  .■ -    ' ■ ■          044444440 lands i                                             I thai ' "sil
' loi                              ist plant- rei
■    if Hi                   it , ■
....    .,   so
SAFE DEPOSIT
for R
:    :" '      : ■'  ■'    all :     Skeena  Land  District
'       ivhetl ,, .,,'    ,
.    . . .Queen Charlotte Isl ni
Is, o osits a.
District of
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AKE  NOTICE   that  Andrew    v.
■  ' i       'rlnce R     •: i,   B.  C.
i i ■ ■ ■    -.        nds to ap
: ly  for  peri     don   to   pros)   cl    foi
I and petroleum i
In:    di    rii        lands   on    tl
t' ol - ■ ■   Island:   Conn u   ■
-     '      : Ie north
,' t'of the no
: sr of Lol   2 135,  tin tt(     n'oi
11
Trust
commence-      Bar     id dry digeli
...     nore    i
" ink
■t  I, instead
Tf  the   dl r;
i . <-:'   as, tbence easl 8Q chains, then
two clnli '.    ■ :    - mth   SO    cknini     ttieni
. , i v placer   claim   n have   (
,   , " ini : ■ -■   ni  ■
to :     '■   ■ .;     . i    lar    ize  to  Ihi ie     'quired   [or      ■ n
1 ' -    ral c , i   .; Musi  bo writ
ty-one years at an annual rental
$1 per acre. Not more than 2,r.nn
acres will be leased lo one applicant.
Applications for a lease must be
made by the applicant in person to
the Agent or Sub-Agent of tbe district in which  tlie rights 'applied  for
In surveyed territory tlle land
must be described by sections, or
legal subdivisions of sections, and
in unsurveyed territory tlie tract applied for shall be staked out by the
applicant  himself.
Each application must be accompanied by a fete of $5, which will be
refunded if the rights applied for
are not available, but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the
merchantable output of tlie miue at
the rate of five cents per ton.
The person operating the 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 fur
nished at 'east once a year.
The lease will include the coal
mining"' rit.Iiis only: bul the lessee
may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be
considered necessary fo,- the working of the min. at the rate of $10
per acre.
For  ful'    information   application
should  be made to the Secretary   nf
the Departmenl of the Interior,   Ot
tawa,   or   to   any    Agent    or    Sub-
al of Dominion  Lands.
■
-    ■    ■   ,
'. '     Districl
of
■ i"' folio la   . ■ -- '
The Horning Journal
50c. per montb
en  "ii  -- n '    posl     hi   name of
. . ,   I"1'"'"'-  th    iiumbo    ■. nd   '   ■   ol   I
i    . ;•    north-east BUe "r  his  free miner's licence,   th
c alns,   to   poinl   of  coinmei   .;■
alning 6.0 acres more or le
ANDREW   W.   MacLEAN.  ,
11!                    Agent,  Peter  ;
Date located, 23rd  I ember, 191 4.
W.
Deputy   Minis    r
W. CO!
of the init
JAMES GILMQRE
Aitcill si:; '
Second  Ave, Near  McBrlde  lit
'      ■ "'    <
NOTICE   OF   OANCET-LATION     OF
RESEKVE.
NOTICE IS HEREB. GIVEN that
the Reserve existln oi Dt tention
l.iland by reason of a Notice published in the British Columbia Gazette on
the : llth of day, ll ._, ;.. ,.- reby can
celled'.
R.   A.   REX WICK,
Deputy  .Minister tr Lands
Departmenl of Lands,
Victoria. B.C.,
October  19th,   1914.       o2 '
WCH»_«H3-tKH. 00 c-o-t. p0<KK. O4 000
GUARANTEED
American  Silk
HOSIERY
WE WANT Vol' TO KNOW
THESE HOSE
They stood the test when all
others failed. They give real
foot comfort. They have uo
seams to rip, They never become loose and baggy as the
shape Is knit In, not pressed in.
They are GUARANTEED for
fineness, for stylj, for superiority of material and workmanship, absolutely stainl is.aad to
wear six month, without holes
or replaced  by uew  pairs free.
Our Free Offer
To every one sending us 60c
to cover shipping charges, we
will send, subject to duty, absolutely* free:
Three pairs ot our famous
men's A M ERIC A N SILK
HOSE with v i-itten ;uarantee
anj  color, or
Three   pairs   of    our    Ladies'
- .  in   .-'. i ii,  Tan  in  White
colors, with written guarantee.
DON'T DELAY- Offer expires when dealer In your locality Is sol - ti .i Give color
anil size desin ...
The International Hosiery Co.
-'i   Bittnei  Streel
-      1437     hence nortli -SO
ns, tin nee
■    chains, n.i 80
. . -ii
ilng H4 . ire er lesa
PIOMBO.
loi       I, U       •       3rd,   1914
KHWHKKHM . .   .00400 0_
RlPEfiT MARINE IRONWORKS ANB
PLY CO., LIMITED
W \ n:i:i UOXT,   PIUNOl.    Itl.'l'l.i.'i
W.INl.l.ltK,   MACHINISTS    .M'    M..OHIN..HV    C«N'TI.ACTOH.
daic of location, nnd il"- name of tbe.
claim,     Work  musl    be   done   continuously,  lf  work    i. conl   med
for a  period of   Reventy-lwo   hours,
excepl   during   the cloi ■   ■   i   on,  lay-,
i i er,   I                ibsi in-",  "i- sicknei
or   foi         n ■   ni hi i    n i son
mi           Ith  the satisfaction   nf   the
 -   loner,   lire   claim    Is I
HOTEL DIRECTORY
Members  of  lhe   Prince  Hupc. i
Liteit.eil Vintners' Association
Daily Journal
SOc per month
WINDSOR    HOTEL
Cor. ul  1 ii-.i Ave. mill   liightli S(
\V. II. Wright,  Prop.
I la j ton   Ohio
U.S.A.
deemed    o  be
r a plai er cl  ■■,, le
or n mineral ■ -  ip .
d-
Sptu'lallNts iii  Mtiiio     I'.."'    HanlM, Oil, Si-!.• or Gasulinp,
!. ''. Ooiisl  .. _:«'ii(s  for the  Ililllsh   Kromhoul   Sonil-I.losel 1)11   Mil-
i;ilii Hull itvcr for
Staniliii-i] (,'as
mosl reliaWo and    uronoiiiicnl,    und     the     c
HshhiH boils, in.-  ...ni [msgonser vcssols.
.uirlne Oeinpnnj's Eneines .mil Ports in stock.
I'tip.
Drapery   (l"tHl_,
0 i '«-pt-i« and Itu■;■
Icounl -ii GeorKe D.
HiirlalnK,    Pules
-1!."> por t-t-nl. tliw-
Tilo's.
'^AJS-iSHfefe!
-r
1
lioynl Naval CeUoKe ol Canada.
HOTEL  OENTHAI
l-'ii'si  Ave   aud  Seventh  si.
Kuropenn   and   American   f'f-wt.
SI.(H) 'i«, S'i.,0 Per ll«)
«
i'eit-r   llliit'k.   Prop,
t
K.\0\   11(11 III,
Or
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REGIMENTAL OKDER8.
(iSlli  Regiment   Earl Oroy's flwii
Rifles.
ORDERS  by  Major .1.  H.  McMullin, Commanding, March  ID,
Parades "A"   Company   will
ide al  the Exhibition liui]''-
n i ' n  Wednesdaj   and   Fi
March   24th  and   20th,  al    7:45
Murine   Accbm! lules.
i;i',,,.i. --■ -:':.     . ;
rc)latrs.
P.O. BOX 515
_'«<>.]    I'ui:..'; s.
Etyuan i
■
[ONE 3S3
■ll"  Ci
i   im   ■
22ml  and
W.  S.
ull  pars
I     :-
nil    'i'i'    . day,    Mi i-i h
' ll   7:1."   p.m.
MARSHALL, Lieut.
■
40000V.-._.-.,;_ . ■.oa00aa0o-;:,cz,*4o440-m4O0**0'Mmo4004Oa0
I'lubM.     niul
to  .111.(P
The next exmiiinatinii for the entry of Naval Sadoti., will be hold at
tlie examination centres of the Civil
Service Commission in May, 1916
successful candidates joining the col
lege on or about Isl August. Applications for entry will lie received up
to 15th April by the St.en.ta.ry, Civil
Service Com mission, Ottawa, from
whom blank entry forms ecin now be*
obtained.
Candidates for the examination In
May next  must be batween the
of  fourteen  and  sixteen  on   the  1st
July,  1915.
I'lirtln .■ details can bi  obtained on
plication to the undersigned,
G. J.   DE&BARAfS,
leputy Minister of the Na .;.i   Si   via
Department  of the N&R. i
Ottai    . January 8th,  ' •>-'. '■',
' nauihorized   publication    of    thi.
adl "I'tiscni; ul  irtl! nol   hi-   -. id  for
72#-i8. ja28
l-'lrHI      Ave.     tit I ivt't't.
.Vlntb
I'iiii-tipemi   I'itui;   Riltes
Per liny
i-.-r.ii< i   A.   Bosner,
EMPRESS   HOTEL
J, Y, Rocheslev V. 1). C'uslt-y
Third  Ave.  Uetiveon  Sixth am"
Seveiilli   Sin.
European  Plan;  r>(lc  to   $1   Per   Dn
ROYAL BOTE
•Joi-ley _.  Burgess, Prop.
Thi nl   Ave.  anil  Si.vili   St.
European Piun Steam Heated
BEAVER      WHOLESILE
CO.,   LIMICEH
Second   Ave. nnd  Sixth  si
Phone  102
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THE MOST COMFORTABLE
I TOURING CAR
g
IN TIIE CiTY
i
,    .'Hi-nets nil calls ti.-tv and ni^lit
a
Phone 99
Stand:    Hotel    Prince    Ruperl
_UC00_aUDUtOC.c..-C'*.«ll,,»-_lflOl. cm
New Wellington
Coal
lllf    I'llMllile    ili'Oalt'lll'lll    1,,,|
Cleanest, Brightest and Kest
Rogers & Albert
Phone 1 lb
PRINCE RUPERT IMI'lllliW!: CO
Llt'lTE!
Fraser and .Hi.vlh Sts
i'boiie   7
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