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PRINCE   RUPERT,   B.   O,   TUESDAY,  MARCH   lii,  1915.
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UING ITS SUCCESSES
RETURNED FROM SESSION
William Manson Returned Last Evening By The Venture—In Interview
He Speaks Of Some-Of Tke Things
Accomplished During The Session
Of The Legislature
The Bteamer Venture brought
home last evening William Manson,
All'.P., who lias been attending the
session of the Legislatilv: at Victoria, and who returns to become., il
is fully expected, the Conservative
candidate again for this riding in
the approaching election. Mr. Hanson was not in a position to announce the exact date of the election, Inn he says it is not likely to
be long delayed from the original
date settled upon. The redistribution
will email a lot of extra work in
connection with the preparation of
the voters' lists. He bears out the
statement  that  iliis work of getting
the lists ready made it absolutely
essential  to alter the date.
Mr. Manson says there has been a
lot of talk about t!>e friction in the
cabinet and the Liberals are attempting to make a great deal of capita)
over these alleged rjunrrels. That
party, however, will find the Conservative party well united and
ready to meet all the criticisms that
the Liberals have to offer.
Referring to the work accomplished for tho district, Mr. Manson
referred to the fast that the Governmenl had now granted the city's
record on Work Channel, giving an
'Continued  on   Paee  Two.)
Breaking  Through  The
German Lines At
Many Points On Front
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| German Cruiser Dresden Sunk
if London,   .Marc!:    15.—The German   cruiser   Dresden   has   been
5 sunk off Juan Fernandez Island  in  the South  Pacific.    The battle
a lasted   onlv   live  minutes  when a   white  Hag  was   hoisted    on    the
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>. German  vessel.                |
; Tlle  crew  of  the  Dresden were  saved.     Only  fifteen    of   them
" were wounded.   The  British  losses were nil.                                          M
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HOSPITAL FUN5S
FINANCE   COMMITTEE  OF   COUNCIL AND BOARD WILL MEET
TODAY.
The Situation  Will    Be   Fully Gone
Into Prior to Any
Action.
was
the
Paris, .larch 15,—An official report says that tlie day has been
marked by numerous'actions favorable to ns
In the region of Lombaerlzyde
our artillery very effectively bombarded the enemy's works. The Germans attempted to recapture a
small fort whicli we took from them
during tlie night of March 11 and
12,  but they were repulsed.
To the south of Ypres the British
army recaptured the village of St,
Eloi and almost all the neighboring
trenches  in  spile  of counter-attacks,
To the south of Arras a very luil-
lliant attack by our infantry enabled
jus to capture in a single effort three
lines of trenches on a spur of Notre
Dame Lorrette. Further south we
iblew up German trenches and prevented the enemy from reconstructing them.
In Champagne we made progress.
W|fe gained the woods northwest of
Sottain.
Northwest of Perthes we repulsed
two counter-attacks and extended
our position.
In tlie region of Bagatelle two
counter attacks by tlie enemy were
repulsed. We developed a blockade
I here. ■
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All Commerce Will Be Seized
London,   March   15,—Greal Britain   has   issued    an    Order-in-
jjj Council proclaiming its latest action againsl German trade. All
v commerce proceeding to or from the enemy will be seized and
j?    placed  before a prize court '• divide upon its merits. $
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Last  night   the  City   Council
waited   upon    by    members   of
hospital  board  who  asked  Ihat   the
Council take Immediate steps lo aid
in financing the institution.
.lust previous to the meeting of
the t'oimeil a special general meeling of the Hospital Association was
held in the Police Court Rooms,
with tlie president, O. II. Nelson, in
tlle chair. The meeting was called to
fill Hie two vacancies on the board
caused by the resignations of Judge
Young and Capt. Clayton.
W. P. Lynch said that for some
time to come the city would have to
finance the hospital. The day for
voluntary contributions was past for j
a time. He fell that in order to
meet the wishes of members of the
Council that they know m_re about
tlie working of the society, there
might be additional members of the
Council elected. Ho moved that the
directors appoint lo fill the vacancies
two members of Ihe Council nominated by the Council.
Meeting the City Council the needs
of tlie hospital were presented by
the president, J. A. Kirkpiitriok, 0.
W. Morrow, ... G. Stewart, the past
president. Harry Hoffman, and Len
Bell,
Afler a very free discussion it was
decided to have the finance committees of the two bodies meet this
orenoon and go into lho whole mailer, the Council to iiKM'i in a special
meeting to take any art ion decided
upon.
WATER SUPPLY
_ G.T.P.
TBE    SUBJECT   WAS   DISCUSSED
AT MEETING   OF   COUNCIL
LAST   NIGHT.
No  Special   Rates Will   Be   Given   to
Any Consumers by (In-
City.
MAYOR'S MISSION TO
EAST AND ITS RESULTS
The Treasury Certificates Are To Be
Renewed For Two Years—Money
Advanced By The Bank To Carry
On Affairs
Mayor Nfewton and Aid. Morrissey
returned Sunday evening from their
tour to the east In an i fforf I r
the financial situation tor the eily
Lasl night at the Council meetine
the  report   from  the    financial   nii--
cates vanie the negotiating of an advance of $36,000 by the Hank to
meet the requirements of the city up
to June 30. They had no doubt that
with lhe final carrying out of lhe
arrangements  agreed   upon   with   re-
At the Council meeting last even
ing the subject of the rates to be
charged the G. T. P. for the water
taken from the city mains was dis-
• ii-.-"d on a report made on a proposed basis for agreement by the
city. The negotiations between tiie
city and the G. T. P. had brought
out tlle proposal made by General
Superintendent Mehan that the G.
T. P. should not be obliged to pay
more than was paid by any other
consumer. The solicitor and lhe city
engineer had fell that this was reasonable,
The mayor-' and some others expressed llie idea thai the 0, T, P.
should nol get any lower rales than
other consumers.
Mr. Peters pointed out that this
talk of free water and free power,
etc., lo some industries might he all
right, but under the acl this could
not lie done.
Aid. Montgomery took tlie ground!
that the G. T. P. might well be favorably treated.    It  was   not costing
sionaries was heard. They statedIspect to lho renewals ihat Ihero
that the mission had, ihey felt sure would be another advance to meet
been successful in re-establishing the needs for the second half of the
lhe credit of the city with the Bank'year,
of Montreal.
Tlle various details connected
with the visit to Montreal were outlined in tlie reporl. Arrangements
had been made for the renewal of
the treasury1' certificates for $l,oP6,-
000, which fell due on June 1„ Th:.
had called for a lot of cabling !>
tween 1 lie Montreal oflii-e of tho
Hank and London before any definite statements could be made to tin
local  representatives  of  the city.
Willi  the renewal of these eert.fi-
In the discussion which followed it
was explained that the certificates
were to hear G per cent, interest.
There was a further estimated
amount nol to exceed _ tier cent,
that was to em M^ all costs for renewing, etc. It was explained that
the Bank hoped to renew 75 per cent,
of the Issue. This would simplify
the situation, as- the British Government would not permit of new Investments at tlie present time.
(Continued on  Page Four. I
G.T.P.
The First Of The Electrically Lighted
Coaches Will Reach The City On
Thursday Leaving Bv Saturday's
Train For The East
the city anything to supply the wa-i    The   '■■  T.   P.  is  continually    Im- tion    and    convenience,    lighted    by
Iter, (he company putting In all   its proving  the  character   of   the   ser- el ctrlclty. The lirst  of these ears is
|own  distribution  system,   The  com-L.,ce 1)l|t of „ere  Til(, ,,1,.vj(,l, now ,s to  ,..,,,,  Edmonton   "»  -"•  ]   >>'■""
pany controlled  Hie   water   on   tlie i , ,.,,.,,
spoken  of  in  ihe hlghesl   terms   by tomorrow, leaving  Prince  Ruperl  on
mountains and if a reasonable ratel
was not charged it mighi get Its own
supply.
It  was decided  to negotiate again
on the ii.isi-; of the regular rates,
all  who travel  over tli
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Prince Rupert's Smart Contingent
'- llllam  Manson,  M.I'.P.,   . irned JhbI from    ' I
- b;  T inl as to how the o Hci i     in _ ol
11 ,    -,-■,-1-ni Contic  enl n ■ ere     nd  r   C«
I - and   ""iii. ten       ■ ■      selves,    Hi     .1 tnsoi    ■:■
ooi asior      '■ - . m     n to   8
1/ fi    see then mos!
i fori . the lirst contingenl
thai      - . -   oul   fi un   liei e.     dr.._' I        I cy appeared   to    ;
T.   II.  Pattullo  Hark.
The Liberal candidate, T.  D.  Pattullo, retti 'ned from a tour of Belli
Coola by the Venture las! night, Ml
' Pattullo i "i oris hai Ing had splei lid
southern valh
u'our-i  iwi ",. thai par!
<   con i- .'     The same   ap
'.     ti   all    " dldates in all  differ-
irts
to ! - .   in  the   IS tli   Batti    oi    ol
hey foi ... nfini
tl e                                     expressed   h     utli i -   B
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car.   ui   i hi
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will   I"   oil I .  in M-l   . lreadj   I !•
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PRINCE   Rtl'HRT   JOBHNA1,
prince isupct* lournal
Telephone 188.
O.  H. NELSON, I'Hitor.
Office: 128 Tliird Avenue East,
near McBrlde Street. Telephone 138;
Postofllce Box 607.
DAILY   EDITION.
Published    every   morning    except
Mondav.   Delivered by  carrier  in  the
city at the  following rate, if paid in
advance:—
One  Vear    *" ""
Six   Months   	
Three   Months    $1.25
If    not    paid    in    advance,
per  Month    JO-60
WEEKLY   EDITION,
Published  every  Friday  for circulation   outside   Hie   City   of    I" I
Rupert at $2.0'i a year, addressed to
points in Canada; or $3.00 a year to
all   points   in  the United   Kingdom,
the    I'nited   Slates  or  other   foreign
countries.
Advertising  Rotes Upon Application
0
Tuesday,  March   16,   191.
DECEPTIVE CAN\ ASSES.
The conduct of a political campaign in this northern part or the
province—and we might say the
same of every part of tlie country—
Is al tended with excellent promises.
The electors in many parts seem to
have a most pleasant way of meeting the opposition candidates—so
much  so  ihat they  are  deluded into
the belief that they are to sweep
the I
riding. When election day comes,
however, the great majority hesitate
before casting off the tried public
men for those who are rich only in
promises.
MEMBER KOI!  DISTRICT
RETURNS  FROM  VICTOIUA
(Continued  from  Page   One.)
ah  ndant  souri e    f '    ' fc  power sup
ply.   ,■ n  '       i      thi
i: ■    ri     Hydro-Elei trie    hi -:     been
Ion   of
the  W iter  A I required    thai
!. -   .    ;   l
of I      city ii would : .
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Ftuperl  I    lhe
city  It!       wr
i mted 11
Mr.     Manson    has   also   urran
now thai   work  i     11 be si       ■'
carried   to  completion   for  the  over-
■    to    the   Governmenl
ii   from   the    end    of    McBrld.
Stn .'-. II  '-'- il! r< si  "ii conci   I
di   i us and will afford _ convenient
-.,  the  wharf  from
Mt Brh      Then       11 1        -  -   erhead
, ;..    i,      - ;.!-    -  -     i adln ■   : rom  it
to the wh -: I
In  thi    A   rlcull iral  Ai t   the Go
mi nmenl   took  a  verj   advi ni ed    te]
which   will   mate] It I!'   aid,  hi
in thi    etl lini   ap of thi     n rl of the
province.
Tin    new     Worl	
Bill  wh!
In  tl - will
n.  The   bill
.   i im
ml
i - lly    in
if the fa is for
 ected     -       thi    In-
1     rial  concerns  In  pan   and
tem ol    Insm ince.     II
■ i hai   with    t In    di pression
-
nol oi era: Ing to maki
for l-i--t..iiiii
ndertak bill,    Mi    Manson
- .  will  be  wi 11  i■ . ■    ed    by
rklngmei
ilanson hi out tin
I   ol     - -ii   :n
Ite o i-i      nad
li i-.'i   in    make    II    appeal
i; i   ' '"ii   ■ weak
en!.  ■  Ihe  ''"' '    "--I!  in tlie
ready for thi
i-1      '      -      ''''   ().-   of
i <      rvatives.
SPREADING OF THE
WHITE PLAGUE
I-I.IWKTMI-NT   OF   AGRICULTURE
DUALS  WIIH    l AI-SK    KKP-
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rin   Vancouver Journal  Is   Taken tu[
VnsU    for    Its    Mis-statements
in This < 'ounce ti on.
Tin    '   How Ing   letter    reci Ived    al \ j
.   ■        ell natory:
Sir,     \n  article _  iieared   In   tbe
editorial  coin    of the   Va-ucoui er
Evening Journal entitled, "Spreading i lie IVhite Plague," which, owing to th' lish ding statements
contained  therein, and  ' b -  false Im-1
Ion ■ bi :> II Is apl to convey
calls for an explanation as to thei
work which lias been carried out
during the pasl few years by the
Provincial Government towards
eradicating bovine tuberculosis froi i
our dairy herds and thus mitigating
the spread of tuberculosis in this
province.
Tlie leading scientists of the
world, men who have made a life
study of the subject, are all agreeo
that milk front cows affected with
bovine tuberculosis is one of the
principal causes of phthisis in children. The report of the commission
appointed last year by the government of Great Britain to investigate
the matter clearly shows this to be
the case.
The following is taken from the
British Medical Journal of January
17, 1914:
"In recent years the results of the
Investigations on tuberculosis conducted by the British Royal Com
mission, the German Imperial Com-
Ion, and by many individual
workers, have proved beyond doubt.
the communicabllity of II boi iii«
from  animal  to man    '
' i-.l  work   i- ted    In
tin if 1     ■ !"i   :     mongsl  chil
dren ■ tubei
out of ity-two cases
five i   re  of   the
lie, and of the   hu-
lommuni-
v    iii    children
■ •' ■    -I    ■    -;   milk.
thi   Britisl    Royal
■ Ion are as follows:
"Boi Ine   : iberculosis,  can    therefore no longer be considered a negli-
fai tor in respect to the spread
of   tuberculosis   amongst     children,
more    especially   since    unsterilized
cows'   milk   In  this  country  is   a   vehicle  by   which  tubercle  bacilli  must
frequently  be  Introduced    Into
the  bodies  of children.   The  powers
at  present  vested  in   our   local   authorities -I"- grosslj  Inadequate, and
i:   Beeilis   in   me   to    lie    our    special
lutj   i"  endeavor   to   jrevenl    this
enoromus  and   entirely   preventable
amounl     of    tuberculosis    among I
li en,    li    Is ;i  national    : roblera
and the earlier il Is faced   the I
ii   will  be solved, T lal    .
urea  for   the   protection    of chlldi.  i
i   in Fection  v. it li the boi Ine  i I
rn.- an '     Is an  Ind
-  '.     :      i 18
a   thi     -    'I   mthorltles,   the.
i . I   -  '    .  I    fro
theli     appllcal Ion    ihroughoul.
led    I. Ingdom   will   be   uni-'
til "l-v."
Flvi yean igo thi flghl o jalnsl'
'■■" in- tubi rculosls was started In
this province al the requesl of i lip:
stockmen and dairymen of British
ibla, Xesting was undertaken
free of charge, but was not compulsory. An amendmenl to the Con-
fa [ion - id eat es Act was therefore
brought into fone during the session of the Provincial Legislature In
[fll3, whereby testing was made
nlsory. Then commenced an
earnest and systematic light against
tuberculosis. Mark whal has
I n ti accomplished sine-" this work
was Hi In hand,
When   i' '■   v. crk  was  lit. t    begun,
fhe  iierci ntage   of   reactors   to   the
ihet     II ,  ■    I In I lie    rii   lpnl dairy
!      on    Page  Throe, i
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Contains about 2%  lbs.
$1.50
SPLENDID  K-1K   PLUMBER!.
The sale of Product No. 99 is strictly
confined to the high-class supply
houses. Its cosl of manufacture is
therefore not affected by Dept. or
"price cutting store" influence that
so, often drives manufacturers to the
use of Inferior chemicals and processes. Nor is the dealer allowed to
reduce thc retail price under penalty
of   having   his    supply    terminated.
A POWERFUL SOLVENT FOR
CLOGGED UP DRAIN PIPES
"00" destroys accumulations  if lint,   paper,   cloths,   hair,   slime,
grange,  vegetables,  soap,  fruit nntl ninny Others,   ll  is harmless to
lines plumbing.
DON'T ARGUE        DON'T PUT OFF TEST IT
Tins preparation has boon so generally successful In clearing
drains Ihat It Is bought over anil over again by those who have
tried it, but inasmuch as no on can know the actual condition existing within a pipe, ii is absoutely impossible for the manufacturer or the dealer to guarantee tie result.
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Southbound Tuesdays at 8 p.m.
Sailings for Granby, Simpson and the Faas
Sundays at Midnight
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BEING A MANUAL OF GOOD RECIPES carefully
chesen from lh<; contribution!, of over two ihouaimd
WCCi fa. taet* of Piv KmiM-flour throughout Canada.
Also Us<4ijl Nclm on (he various cl-rahr of^oocf thing!
to fni. oil of w-iUi hove been carefully ciiccktd tni
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S.S.  Prince George  every   Fritlay at 0 a.m.
S.S. Prince .lohn at 7 p.m. on Sunday,March     11, 38, etc.
For Massett nntl Port Clements s.s. Prinee .lohn Id p.m. Saturday,
March   ll, 20, etc.
For Skidegate, Lookeport, etc., S.S. Prince John 11 p.m. Sunday,
Mai-el   7, 21, etc.
S\*r Stewart and N'ua.. lilver S,S. Prince .lohn 1) a.m. Wednesday,
March    io, 24, etc.
l'or Anyox (Granby Bay) S.s. Prince George midnight every Wednesday.
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Trains leave Prince Ruperl for Prince George, Edmonton, Melville,
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Trains arrive from the east on Thursdays and Sundays at (i.:5(> p.m.
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The Double-track   Route
From Chicago to Toronto, Hamilton,   Buffalo,    .Montreal,    etc.,    etc.
For reservations,  delicts nntl full  information   regarding   travel  to
any part of the world apply to the <_.T.P. Ticket   Oilice, Third
i Avenue;  Agency all Atlantic Steamship Lines.
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| Canadian Pacific Railway
PRINCESS MAQUINNA,
SOUTHBOUND FRIDAY, 8 P.N.
PRINCESS MAY
SOUTHBOUND, 8 P.M. SUNDAY
J. G, McXAU, General Agent, comer Third  Ave.   and    Fourth   St.
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Royal Bank of Canada
HEAD    OFFICE:   MONTREAL ESTABLISHED   1800
Capitnl     s 11,300,000
Reserved   Fund ijs  12,500,000
Total   Assets     $185,000,01)0
Savings Dank  Departiuent—$1 will open nn account
Branches   Throughout   Canada and Banking Connections Willi All
Pails of the United States. Agents Throughout the World.
H.  P. WILSON, Manager        . - Prince    Rupert    Branch
;._i!_R______
CLEAN UP AND PAINT UP NOW
O-CEDAR     MOPS,  O-CEDAR  MOP  POLISH
ALABASTINE   SANITARY   WALL  COATING
WATER HOSE, GARDEN TOOLS,  WATERING  CANS
MARTIN-SBNOUR  100  PER Cl- v'T. PURE PAIN'i
PAINT  BRUSHES,   LAWN  MOWERS AND  GRASS  SHEARS
CARPET    BEATERS,  GARBAGE  PAILS
WINDOW   SCREENS, SCREEN  DOORS
-AT THE-
KAIEN HARDWARE CO.,6ost
"nii'dAv.
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Prince Rupert Transft
: i.' LO.
-FOR-
Coal, Furniture Moving, Baggage
and Heavy Teaminf
W. J.  CRAWFORD, Manager
PWGNE 566 T.r_i™;
K>#_HilJ_!-C.-_«HKK. <KH«8><W_HW15<H>_K««1<H«1 W«HKHJiiHKH>iWlKH>0«^
The Morning Journal
50 cents per Month ^mmmmmmmmwm»immmm
*'U
MS
ill'   U
districts of the province was as follows:
Gulf Islands, 7 % .
Vancouver Island, 10%,
Lower 'Mainland,   15%.
The last test whicli was made,
when every dairy cow on the Gulf
islands, Vancouver Island, ami practically in all districts of the Lower
Mainland, was tested, shows the following  decrease  in   reactors:
Gulf Islands, no reactors.
Vancouver Island, 1 '; .
Lower  .Mainland,  _ VS   - ■
Xo province of Canada, no slate of
the Union, or country of the world
can malto Buch a satisfactory showing.
Hundreds of affected dairy cattle
have been hilled, whose mill; had,
previous to this work being taken
In hand, been drunk by our children,
officials of this department is secur
ed from the very best sources and i
guaranteed pure.
I am, Sir,
Your obedient servant,
YVM. 0. SCOTT
spection takes place, and only those
cows which are perfectly fit for human food are allowed to be sold.
Others are condemned for tanking
purposes. If there are no tubercular
lesions ' ; tht meal of the animal, il
li ''ly lit  tor human food, and
•  '  as siich  in  every country of
the world.
1   wish, emphatically  to slate that
no animal which     is   -   :n condemn-
i
id  for limine  tuberculosis has been i»    the    Weslholme     Theatre.
allowed  to in- sold  for human   con-
sumption without a mosl careful ex
aniinailon    by   either    Dominion    or
proi Inclnl In■; e ior-. and in the case
of these condemned tor tanking pur-1    mveh    l',"»i»'"'  *•'<'  <"   <:''"";''
poses,    our    departmental    qualified D- Tite's, all   departments.    Record
veterinarians  see thai   they   are   so discounts for cash.
disposed of.
Tuesday,
——_r~ mmmmmmm '«_
Skeena   Land    District—District
Queen Charlotte Islands.
March   16,- 1915.
i
of
St.  Patrick's  Day.
On   March   17,   Pt.  Patrick's    Pay,
here  will  lie a  grand  concert given
programme will be of the usual high'
class. mar., if [
Drapery
Carpets
count    : '     •
LIQl)l
OF GI
0
Re li    I
Curtains,
:   IS' SALE
'SHINGS
'   !. ES, Etc.
TAKB NOTICE that Pour Piombo,
of Prince  Rupert,    B.C.,   occupation
Prospector, intends to apply tor permission lo prospect  for coal and petroleum over lhe following described
Poles j lands on   .ho  West Coast of Graham
'Island: Commencing at a posl plaht-
ent. tli.- id three miles north of the north-east
'. orner of Lol  2137, thence north  80
cliains, thence w si  80 o lains, I
south    80    chains,   thence   ea-'    80
i hains,  to   poinl   of  commenci n ei t,
uontaining 6 i 0 at i es more or less.
PETER   PIOMBO.
Date located, December 3rd,  1914.
Itupert,   As
Skeena   Land    DI i rlcl     Disti li i
Queen   Charlotte  Islands
of
!
..... an ni       . .'   made during the .
presenl    session    of   the    Provincial
and who can say what mortality was Legislature thai the Swift Canadian
caused thereby? Does this look as iflCompany have been making a tat
the Provincial Government had been thing out of the Provincial Govern-!
REGIMENTAL ORDERS.
spreading the disease? No, rather
give credit where it is due, and
should nol our Provincial Government receive hearty commendation
for the good results which have
been accomplished?
Now, nhout the sale of cows that
have reacted to the tuberculin test.
Previous lo this work being taken
in  hand  hundreds  of   cows   affected
ment by buying reactors under market value.
The total number of rattle handled by this company was eighty-five
forty-three of whicli were condemned for tanking purposes, and forty-
two r-assed for beef. The price received for these rows was nearly
double what  was staled.
Milking  cows  naturally  have very
with bovine tuberculosis were sold "tile value as beef, owing to their
for human consumption without any condition, and would not be worth|
Inspection, Since this work has beeniaal£ as much as a fat dry cow.
* liSrh Regiment Earl Grey's Own
Iiilles.
* ORDERS by Major J.  H. Mc-
* Mullin,   Commanding,  March  3,
* 1915;
* Parades—"A"   Company   will
* parade  at the Exhibition Build-
* ings on Friday, March the 12th,
* at 7:45  p.m.
* "B"  Company  will  parade  at
* the     Exhibition     Building      on
* Thursday,  .larch  11th,   at 7:45
* p.m.
W.  S.  MARSHALL, Lieut.
Acting  Adjutant.
taken  in  hand,  however, a rigid
The tuberculin  used  in  testing by
BR
m
OR    !..!.!_ .ENDER    Stock
conststlni    of .    : : oes,    Hots.
Suil  .   n  '  '     . i    .    ,,;■ i, all in
Bi si clai - u ■■ :" tock and sine!:
sheets can be in ected al ilie store
on Second A en le, Tuesday, Wednesday, T! •- ' y, and Friday,
9th, 10th, 1 Ith, and 12th March
respectively, between the hours of
10 and noon each day. Tenders to
be in hands of Liquidator, James
Roy, Pacific Building, Hastings St.
VV., Vancouver. B. C, by noon
March 16th, 1915.
DISSOLUTION    NOTKT..
TAKE   XOTICE   that   lhe   ku
Rii-hie, ..Knew & Co.  _._.« bees   «:-_
_t.'.v-,|    UfOH    .» .    3 lit   MaT   Of   ..M-MMf
A. D. 191 i, __>«: i*-i »H aii-oHH en
iug to the _i ri will he .«__.. .u_ oj
.1. Fred Ritekie, for the benefit of
the partners, aud .__> all a«so _u_t«
uwing by the firm will ke p»id or
lhe said J. Pred ft-itcbir, on __.»__
of tiie flvai. l-atad at Prince Rupert
B.C., this 4th day of February, A. D
1915.
3.    FRIST.    RITCHIE.
A.  R.  WRIGHT.
i'.. T.  Heward   i witness to both   s_e
nataree). fin-a* I
TAKB NOTICE thai ;'- ti i Piombo,
of Prinoe Rupert, B.C., occupation
Pro ipootor, intends to apply for permission io ; ro8] ••' i (or coal and p< -
troleum over the following described
lands on the West Coast of ' !i al i
island: Commencing ;,; a post planted five miles east and one mile nortli
of ihe north-easl coiner of Lol 2435,
thence north SO chains, thence east
SO chains, Ihence south SO chains,
thence west SO chains, to noini of
commencement,, containing 040 acres
more or less.
Ja29 - PETER   PIOMBO.
Dale locate:!.  December 4th,  1914,
.keena   Land    District—District
Queen  Charlotte islands.
of
TAKB XOTICE that Peter Piombo,
of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for permission to prospect for coal and petroleum over the following described
lands on the West Coast of Graham
Island: Commencing at a post planted five miles easl and one mile north
of the north-ea€t corner of Lot 24,15
tkence nerth 80 ekains, thence west
SO chains, tlience south SO chains,
thence east SO chains, to point of
commeneement. containing 640 acres
more or le«s.
Ja29 PETER   PIOMBO.
LAND ACT.
Limine.    Installed   anil    (.en
Repairs
Oxy-Acetylene Plant    in   Con
Phono Red 156 Third
J. H HILDITCh
Contractor and Builder
Estimates given on all classes ut
work, whether small oi large. Per.
sonal attention given  h> every  item
PIIO.VG GREEN 321
FREDERICK   PETERS,  K.C.
Barrister, Solicitor and Notary Publl-
OHice in
EXCHANGE BLOCK
DR. GILROY, DENTIST
Crown and Bridge Work a
Specially
Oilice:  Smith   Block,   Third   Aventn
A. FAULDS, H.I. M.E.
Consultirg Mining Engineer
Examinations   and    development    0'
Coal, Metal, Oil. Etc.
709 Ouusmuii  St.       Vancouver, B.C
HAIRDRESSING
PARLORS
.,".
Massage,   .Manicuring,   Scalp   Treatment, Electric Treatments,  Etc
Mrs.   N. I. Handasyde, Prop.
211 Third St PRINCB RUPERT
.   P
usehc
r
Delivered to your kitchen
door, like groceries
I.
Budwei
-
v..
175,000,000 Bottles Yearly
Motice Is h ii by given that on the
£rst day of A ri! next application
"'-'ill  be made to I interidt nl
of     Provincial     Police   and    to   the
Board ' oners foi
ll fo      |
e  site  of   the
ion   car
i led on
ram • ,      Ises,   n
ots  16 a      1 7. Block  l I, Section 1,
situate i u   :-:-    md   '     nu  .
Prince   Rupert,   to premises   situate
"ii  Lots  1 5 and   16,  Block  32,   Section  1, on Pi   ■ -r ..-'-. - ■        tl     Cl
of Prim -    tui   i:.
''    i ■   i     '.        f Pebruai •
1915.
Beaver Wholesale   Liquor   Con    -
of 1   In ert,   Ltd.
2Smar28 ('.  .1. SWEET,   Ugr
Skeena    Land    District—District    (
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that I, D. Hog,
of'Queen Charlotte City, occupation
Parmer, intend io apply for permi.
-ion to purchase the following de
scribed lands: Commencing at a poe
I'lantad at the south-west cor
-■ -   of G Island   in   Bearskin
Hay, thence ea tei iy thence norl'
ly,  thence  westerly,  them -■   i	
y   following  shore line to poin
ommencemt nt, i ontaining 0 .-:  .   ■
iiore or less.
DAaVIE!    :
Dated 6th Febi ■    , ...       n
P.O. Box 1714 Telephone 441
RITCHIE,   AGNEWI  &   CG
Civil Engineers and Snrvoyor_
Priuce  Rupert,  B.C.
Waterworks, Water Power, Wiiart
-onstruction, Reports, Plans, Domin-
on and Provincial Land Surveying
Electric Blue Printing, Negatives ant
White  Prints
Ph.no Blue 18-        Res. Phone 391
UP-TO-DATE
]
\OTIOE.
The Canadian  Patriotic Fund.
W_H   those   v. ho    need    aaeistanct
from the n' fu id, rssldoai In the
►it* or district and trhMe breadwinner : on rvioe with the
r-'i-i ■ . ' i ■ ■ .-,, or a,t,r _.\njo-
kindl'. 'iiatli'y the secretary of tin
inc. I organization.
tf W. S COL-LMION,
PO   Boj
: '"■'    -        i i|sl,
That was thc demand for Budweiser last
year.
The Anheus«*-Buscii Plant covers today
more than 142 acres—equal to 70 city
blocks, it . gives s.csidy employment to
6,000 people, and to 1,500 more in its
branche..
Every process, every room, is immaculate.
Every bottle is Pasteurized an I ir lected.
This Quality-Plant, started nearly SO years
ago, is a model of modern facilities.
Tho hundreds of visitors who go through
every day- know that nothing of its kind
could be made any better than Budweiser.
Anheuser-Busch, St. Louis
The Largest Plant of Its Kind
in tlte World
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=H_j _____% "'■-■.'. -.:.?->-.!',."
CTihtfih
Si.mc r.f the Principal
Buildings \
„-_.._..^.u. -a....,
_.al    -  ...  Plombo,|
of Prlno occ  patlon i
i
jinitt.ii-    to pro. - -     t
'    ' :
i  Huahain
1 I  n I    '   -        -  -
one    nile  it    • rri r> r\
' north-east corner of Lot  UfllOtl      1 rflTlSier     L0.
2431 , thence north SO chain    l In ui -
west.  80    chains,   thence   soutli    80       fria.e Rnpert, B.C., Phone BW
chains,   thence  east   80   chains,    to]	
polnl   oi   eotnmeni im< at,  coi talning
Form of Notice.
S-:eena    Land     ! II trl
Coasl
NOTICB     i bat      l_dv>ar(l
Ckeelef,   Prospector,  of  Shames,  in
t»c.s   to   ap'ply   for    permission    to
followin .   land
omna .    n , . i -      oni
iiariei-  ef  a   n. li    - Mile   Po«
! 3  of 8.T.R.  from   Prince  Itupert o
"i'i li soi'.ndary line ol railroad
right, of way and about one-half
nile caste.-]., from south-east corner
if Win. Bison's, tke-nce north 10
kaii,!! tki-n.,; w.m i n rba-ris. theme
south 10 ohains .thence cast 10
chains to the "olnt of i
»«e»t ano. cent lu acn
BDW ' 'in  CKHSIjBI
'i   mon < osi oi   !.:■ i .i-
III oed in  .      i <o . orn
V> si  Quality    Dotnostk   Lump   Co I
*9.fl0 Per   -
QuaiHy   Wnalic-I    N'ul   ' onl
98.73 I'i i Ton
i.Ei.iYr.r.r.1.
— mi:-
Q.   T.   P   CARTAvIE AGENTS
881    8ISC0ND   AVH
JINGLE POT .COAL
Is hundiei!  by  us.  All  orders recelVi
prompt attention
Phone  93.
" Pacific Cartage Limited
General   •;'c."iiitiW
Furniture  Moving  a   Speeii
When j i"!  b iy CO VL buy I le  i.K.-'
Ladysmith   Lump   or  Co
Washed  Nut.
The Queen Charlotte
Oil fields United
Oilice will open today io Law-Rut!*.
Building foi siUt- or u llmltcil
amonnl  of   Treasury Stock
GEO.  1".   MACDONALD,   Bec.-Trens,
HAYNER BKOS
Pi' i   Funeral  Directors
and
lainlialineiN      i ipen    Hay
nini
Ni^it.    I.ii.';, .,-     i.    Istanl
in
Attendance.
710 THIRD .-. rl
Prince Rupert] Journal
50c. per Month
m
it ten
a ii ii
"''- ' '.'-.''I' I] I..B ii .' .
6_0 acres more oi
Ja29 PETER   PIOMBO,
Hate located, Dece nber -lib. 1 91 I.
-    '   I - dstrlcl    Districl    of
!m   :   • : lands,
S-'-S-Si"'■:"'■ -i"i:6i;■_■                 '                           .;.-<•     :;■•« i   '■   '                  I A.-. I-: VOTICE thai  Peter Piombo,
■-■■"■'£•&;-.       .        .'     .,   -      '   - .- ' of   I rince   llnpi   t,    H.l .,   occupation
'.i.-'';.   ,-:" '-"'       :     ■ ,    ■             '• Prospector,        -      ti        il;   tor i ■
K,£it,~- ■'.''' ■•    "'. -          ' '
■   -.-
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0    A.  E.  Bund, President. J. S. Pearoe, Managci
PRINCE RUPERT IMP. CO.
Distributors PRINCE RUPERT, B. C.
TEE PRINCE RUPERT SASH
AND DOOR COMPANY LTD.
ov< r Mi"       :
nd.   on   the If
Islai      '  . i      rich    a    i posl plant-
nurili of ii,i- north-eai l
Of   lal . . -   ,,'-|l,    ','
SO.i hain i, thence
HI   muth   80    ..   ::.     thenco   west
§|f  "' ': ■■    ' ol    -    nc
PETE .   PIOMBO
Date located, D ;-|.|   _HJH»0<WlKl«Ki->_i<H. cKto io_« ewe  .
MANUPACTir_WBR8
IMMHts.   SASH,   \IA.Y_i,l.S.   M0VI_I>ING_.,     SCROIJ      \m     HAV,
saww.;, ami au, kuws oi vwvttmmm, »ioMK  and
pice n.iw  lies, h<m»w»: kinihk ._ mmjuu/sry
', dfiirr: Hi—tmtii   At<m  •»,   Baj        in      nircJe
PO   Bon V* -. KO.
0 T7"
mm
Tuesda
March   10,   1915.
$*'S£0ry
PRINCE   RUPERT   JOURNAL
______
_____:
GRANITE
1RANITE  of  best   quality  mid   thoroughly  tested  for sale
Cut Stone or Crushed  Rock  in
Quantities
.EIL.I. McLEOD      Phone'Green 217
■- .
h   lish Airii'ii;.   livery   liny
JutBlilc Olden     ron pl ly Attende i To
PHONE
Skeena   Land  District  —  District  oft
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE thai Andrew W.\
MaeLean, of Pi'iuce Rupert. B. C,
occupation Carpenter, Intends to apply for permission to prospect for
coal and petroleum over the following described lauds on the West
■"- ■ -.- of Graham Island: Commcnc-
, " . I - -. o miles noi th
nile east ol i   rth-    i
-■   of Loi
. '
"
halns   in      ilnl
640 ai
....
f l •- Pioi
.'.'--
GOVBKMftBBKT WEATHER
P.HPOET.
Furnished   by   6,   W.    Dcwliag.
For 24  hours ending  5  p.m.
March 15.
Bar. reduced to sea level. .. .29,930
■   t ....   -     4_.0
leral   . ::   .
il    	
turned  on  her   heel   and   made   off KAA1SARM-    WATERS
WON ACT.
at  full speed  on  her former northeastward  course. Nothing more was|
seen of the German cruiser.
"I   didn't  think    she'd    sink    us
said Captain Dow, when he returned I
later, "but 1 knew she'd
tOTBC-l     NOTICE  is  hereby given  that   on
y tk« 23rd day of March next applica
R. S. C. Chapter  115.
I tion   will  bo  made  to   the   Superli.
.1
'Mi.   l_a»_»riiil «H Oomm&mj hereby tt_«4,»t o_  Provincial  Police  and' id
Komtoo  t__a+  it   has   untler   See-' , _., ~ .    ,
Ui*   Hoard   of  License    Commission
ers for the City of Prince Rupert for
'
I'D FAST  AND   RESULTS
7 t>_ the above Act, deposits*
i_S> tke l__tu_i_i_» of Public Wind's at
fcwn, »..-i_ in the sAce of the Bis-
.iet Ratfstwir of the Prince Rupert' ^mission to remove the license tor
-and E-acinK-aiijaH Districl at. Prinee the sale of liquor by wholesale from
upert,   B.C.,   _   description    of   tkei , .       , , „,    -, r,   .„a
t« «,k the ptas of the wbarf aadl'"6 "roD,lses lmown as Lots U and
le    built    ia
l..i(_.!i    Co-
PHCNE 554
P.O. Bl>aX 60
i ('om!    [   ■ '.   - age  One.)
FOR
On   this   polnl
of
■
APERHANG_.   •
-■-    '      i
OLIbHING AND
WALL TINTING
HIGH-GRADE    INTERIOR
DECORATING    A    SPECIALTY
Martin Swanson
SECOND AVE 'E    H ..-   ."    DI
l^-WHHW-RHS-i. 0400000440444400
CANADIAN STEAM g
LAUNDRY      |
NOW OPE?.  FOR  BUSINESS S
flLatcst and Approved Methods 5
flOnly   Skilled    Operators  Em-  o
ployed 8
District    of
landH,
... '
B.C     occu
ly for i er-     ;    ■ i    i.        ed ivith
,; '"'': I" " referi
' ' ; 11      '
.... ■ ■- nn,'rend, .      .        s to 'bi
1 . . .- a    osl plant-
.': I    ,  i . He
I   :orner of Lot
2437, thence north 8*1 chains, thence
livery. Mussallem  &  Co.,   423   Fifth
Ave.   ;-:
• .'..loi'liipni
resialnj'iii.
16, l.loek 32,.Section 1, situate U
Fra___r Street in the City ot Prince
Rupert,  to  the  lands  descrihed    as
renal)   yAoootail   lo
:—Our prices are the low- p****1  It"****  afa_*or,
'luiobis,     U     _r*nt    of
cm In town, you will save "money o-JJJ2__ "*", acem-iUng   '
almost  .-very article. Give  us a  tria \B__   °*   __   BewMtce    ol    fee    _»M1LoU  ,„ RDd iQ   Blook n   soelion  1,
,      a   .        ,,- , „_    „ ,    lOttf   of   _S___itjfi   liu'ixir.t   dni>o.-____    in i
" Z-taMl.   h i   R   rSCnStiM on Third Avenue In the said City of
•as nm.  Ut.
AND IPAEB NOTICE thai attar
_b< expira-Mou ef one nio_i__i iroia
!t_n> _.'_..<• o/ like ftrit :.ub_i__.t__H ot
♦lii_ i_a.t_i._o. the __Id :..,,,,.-; j.-.. olil
iOi--._iis.i_y wit] under St«c.u.n 7 irf the
•old  i«   _»j._j-   te  the    Mi.-'mini    ut
to on -
Skocaua   Lund   Dtatrict     -   I Hstrity  of
Queen  ''a. rlotte   Island-.
'    ,      Ins,      '  ■:-■ I    soul
■ . -.]:;:,  thenpe   wesi   80   ohains,   to
poinl   Of " • l -■" - .    'll ' ::' _
10 ai res more oi lesi.
>i:::i PETER   i iOMBO.
located, December 3rtl, 191*4
cent, i er aiinmu" ■ .is stated, 1 e
mayor i aid h felt i are that was a
mistake. I: wa ■ 2 pei cent.; bul not
per annum. This will be gone Into
at once.
Phone us and ne will calf for a O
trial   bundle
ic
Note   our   address: 9
.-il.'.    SIXTH   AVENUE   WEST §
Phone No. 8 1
Cditadian Steam  Laundry    |
SKI ..O-0-C._H_^_l^-_l<S<flJC;t3tt
«-«KKH»0<HWWl>lW^
Capt. J. McGee f
M.M.S.A.
Masters antl Mates prepared $
examination.   Compass  at)- v
1 	
held   some   of  these, certificates.
Queen  Charlotte Islands
Skeena   Land    1. istrlct--District    of      Tll€ mayor said Ihey were assured
TAKB NOTICE that Pole:' Pionibo, the  Bank  lle!<'  none of  them.   They
of  Prince Expert,   11.C   oceup»«ion I had   all   been ' placed    through    the
Prospector, intends to apply for per-:
missioa to prospect for coal an<_ pe-1 ,lselK'y ot the r':,llk-
Ireleura over the following described; ,
S!lands on the West Coast of Graham! li,c ma-V01' ilnd Aul- Morrissey in-
g|ls!and: Commencing at _ |tosl lilant-ttervicwed since their return both
g'ed  live  milns east of the   north-east',,,.        ..   .   „ ,
61 corner of Lot «__, thenee east S0,'afelee that Pmcc Rupert has come
S chains, thence soulh SO ohains, through the financial crisis with a
ft i Ihence west SO  cliains, theace north;,,,,,  „     .•    ..
§|S0 chains, to point of commence- bettel standl"S than other cities
§'uienl, containing 640 acres more or They agree  that the good  offices of
I jaM PETER   PIOMBO.       Slr Rid,!lri1  McBride in  aiding them
ft       Oa-te located, December 4th, 1914. with  the  Bank  were   of inestimable
~ advantage and the city owed a
: .
TAKE   NOTICB  thai   Andrew    TV.
Mar-laMu.   of   Prince   _tii»-«-T,   t.   1-5..
eceuaatte-i Curseaier.  in-aads te ap-
•_T   _er   paji-miaal'-u   to   presgect   fer
ties!  aud  p«_r»leu».i  over  the folio.,
iu.,   "ieeorilvsil   landa    en    tie
C-MUKI   of   fJH-.hi,    Indlena
- ...t_    ef  _lrsh_.:n   Itlaad:   Coiuueso-
injf at > ira-St pleat...''] one mile s...t!'
I aad t.» wiles east ef tke u.-.:-. *■  .,-;-.
During   tho  discussion    the   point^n.r ut Lsl  ..483, then,_» norldi St
was   raised   I i rhaps   th°    '■■"■'■ t'»*iB»' !*•■•« west :. ckaias, !■»•_
20th  day  of   Eebru
i'riiioe  Rupert.
nATHI)  tills
ary,   1D1B,
PRU>iC«   KOPERT   IMFOimNG CO.
! I MITE D.
_.n..ifo Wt-cltii «.t eis etBee  in tke 3-Jr|
of  Ottanw   for ajipiw. \aI   of  she  aald
sl!a a»d ».ae.i ,_a.  ia:   leaw'e to bob- f*l»>«r22
aimM   tlie  siftl  w4uuM' and  aomrmnah. j	
f-,_,T_B»   »t   Pidwiu    ..apart,    !..<. ,
Hire   2-nd   day   of   _,a%ra___y,   A.    ». I
We«t mm. tm-0
■mm wmmmmL oil noujrawy.
W,  11.  Marshall, Manager
Applioant.
_eu.li    Si    i...ios.    iia,>ii.e    eaet.    i«
chaias   te   point   ef    comrniMieeaaeni
contaiains S-XI acvee Biore or leas.
ANOKBUr  W.   MjuiLBAK.
fl S Agoni,  Peter  PiemlM
Date  lecatud,  2Jrd  December,  1.14
«ww«_
ef
great
deal to him,
lot
jus ter.
Phone Red .■)->.:
"NAUTICAL   ACADEMY"
Helgerson Block, opposite
Royal  Hotel
<04000000a4A-040a04O04-4
Skeena   Land    District-—Dislrict
Queen  Oharlotte  Mauds.
TAKE NOTICE that I'eter Piomko.l  °	
of  Prince  Ruport,   B.C.,   (Cocupatloa LUSITAXI.A'S CLEVER
Prospector, intends to a-iiply for per-j
mission lo prospect for -oal r.nd pe- ESCAPE PROM CAPTURE
troleiiBi over the following described
lands on  the  West Coast of Graham' 	
Island:  Commencing at a post plant- ,,
ed  Ive  miles east of the  nerth-oaatl1 nssenSel'S "n Ciuiai-d  Liner   Tel
earner of Lot 2433, Ihence nerth   _0j       Ruse by Which Captain    Don
chains, thonce ea'st 80 chains, thencej
south   S«    chains,    tlience    west    8. '
cliains,   to   iioiat  of   eomaieaceaient,
of
containing 040 acres morr or less.
2!' PETER   PIOMBO.
Date loeated, December 4tb, 1914.
It  is recalled  In  New  York   that
the Lusitania, when closely   pressed
by the Karlshrue lasl summer, owed
her  escape   to  Captain    How's    keen
sailor wit. li  was just after war bad
been  declared  and  the  liners,   with
doused  lights, were   emerging   from
Xew   York   al   one  a.m.,   forewarned
.K*a-a___WiKWW.i-raw&^^ on the West Coast of G.rahamj that  hungry  German   cruisers   were
S 4 Island: Commencing at a post plant-
""' Bvi   miles easl  of  lhe north-east
l cornor of Lot 2435, tlience north SO
j ehalns,     thtnoe    west     SO     chains,
hence  south  80 cliains. tlience east: niornin;, ;  e Lusitania left with only
j80  cliains.  to   point   of   commence-1three of her four propelle
Skeena   Land    Dislrict—District    of
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE XOTICE that Peter Pianibo,
of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
Prospeotor, infconds to apply for permission to prospect for coal and pe-
loleuni over tlie follow'ng described
Skeena  Land  Dlota-ict — Distriet ef
Qmeea Ckarlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICB that Andrew W
MaeLean, of Priuce Rupert, B. C.
occupatioa Carpenter, inlonds to apply for permission to prospect for
eoal and petroleum over the following described lands on the W«l
Coast of Graham Island: Common.-
ias at a post planted one mile nortk
and two wiles east of lhe north-east
corner of Lot 2485, thence north 10
chains, Ikeuce east 8 0 chaias, thonce
aoutk SO chains, thanes weet 80
chaias, to point of commencement
«ont«Jning 640 acres more or lean.
ANDREW W. MacLEAN.
flS Ageat,  Peter Piombo
Date lecatod, 28rd December, 1914.
9oJ|
:#^#£
•4-_jc_s_v'__'-__
il
*%$*f-.'-.
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
For Rent
patrolling the coast.
In   the  gloom  of  the   Wednesdai
REASONABLE
: ATI'S
uoint    of
containing  C.40  acres aiore  or
o
a
'i0a00004i<O40OQ00Oo'04a4OO00
THE
Continents! Trust
Company
menl
less1.
ja_2. PETER   PIOMBO.
Bate located, December 4th, 1914
in com-
! mission. Captain Dow set the usual
course  to  northward.  Three  or  four
 hours  out,   when   the  darkness  hau
Skeena   Land    District—District    of  dissolved a Utile,. Captain  Dow.  who
QueeD  Charlotte Islands. |was on the bridge, made out a .lilac!.-
TAKE NOTICE that Peter Fiombo, hulk on his starboard  side.  Careful
of  Prince   Rupert,   B.C.,   occupation i ,.,.,.,,,,-„,. , , ...      ,  ,.      .,   .    ,
Pros,,',".or, intends to apply for per- h<   ltln3 ,'"^'»f'«' him that
mission  to prospect for coal and pe-
Skeena  Land  District —  District erf
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE NOTICB that Andrew W
MaeLean, of Priuce Ruperl, B.C., oc
■upation Carponter, intends to apply
or permission to prospect for coa
and pelroieum over the following de
cribed lauds' on the West Coast of
Graham Island: Commencing at a
post, planted two miles north of the
north-east corner of Lot 2433, thence
north SO chains, tlience oast SO
cliains, Ihence south SO cliains,
thence west SO chains lo point of
commencement, containing .40 acres
more  or  less.
ANDREW   W.   MacLEAN.
flS Agent,  Poter Pionibo
Date located,  23rd December,  1!)14.
the Karlshrue.
The    Lusitania,
The Morning Journal
50c. per month
-ilroleum over the following described
lands on the West Coast if Graham       llle   Lusitania,   limping    on    her
| Island:  Commencing at a post plant-i three  propellers,   made   a  half-turn
od four miles north of the north-east j
corner of Lot 2437, thence north 80lan(1   ra"   S01111'-   Meanlime  she   sent
j chains, thence east, SO cliains, Ihence
j south 80 chains, thonce west 80
I chains,  to poinl  of   commencement
aontaining 040 acres more er less.
ja29 PETER   PIOMBO.
Dale located, December 3rd, 1914
t lie    British
44400000400000000000000000400^0400440400044*404
rupert nlmm ironworks km   ■.
SUPPLY CO., LIMITED
.VATBRpRONT,   PI I WOE    MPHKT
ENGINEERS,   MACHINIST*  AND    MAOHINBRY    ( •NTI ACTOR.'.
Spncinlists in  Murine Powei   Plunw, OU, Steam or Gasoline.
l:   '    ' "■''-,   l«onta Im '  •   - i  to-oarf-eii!  9e«l-_Mo8el Oil   Un-
-""     '' ' mosl rei rtrtt   - ml »I,   ami     ili"     choaposi
:-,',,-:  ftn  ilshing I   ,-,, .,., i •ll._N,.„,.,.|. »,.,,„..(s.
id Gas  I ii..iu
ii'J  P.- rl*  in Blocli.
.    -  ..'-■   -''•"   ?
■w
out   wireless   calls   for
cruiser Essex.
As the light grew it was seen thai
the stranger was in full pursuit. A
string of bunting proclaimed the
message: "You are captured." Six
iles away the Karlshrue was
'kicking the sea" astern  at a   good
bank
had
I li i-:i'il up the Essex ami received
Information thai the Leipzlc was
waiting for the fugitive off the At.
i ntic Highland. Tbe Lusitania was
d to hi 'ui nm in .;,;; and met i
I he Es ex
ouh      -     bi    -i. ni       - ■ ...
rue  of tl rsi
teamei     I la italn  fiov
Skeena Land  District — District of
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE Ihat Andrew W.
MaeLean. of Prince Rupert, B. C,
occupation Carpenter, intends to apply for permission to prospect for
coal and pelroieum over the following described lands on West Coast
cf Graham Inland: Commencing at
a post planted two miles uorth of
the north-east corner of Lot 2435,
thence north 10 ckaius, thence west
8S chains, thence south SO chains,
theace east SO chains, to point of
commencement contalnlns 840 acres
■sere  or lees.
ANDRJIW   W.   MacLEAN.
flS 'Agent,  Peter Piombo,
Date  located,  2_rd  December,  1914
liocl Minima ritfkwt ef Uie '.. :.,■-
i U Manitoba, iMftniMtewan an.
Ail.fii'tii. H_« V niton Twritery, tke
a"SoT*i_«!iBt ToPrt-JM-tas and a nertton
mt llao PiH>. iacs »t fh-itfeh eoluaikia,
«__,y be Heased Ut a term of twe»-
if-tme yoam a_ an aiaual rantkl of
<M »*r aore. Not suere than «,56l
aorse will be leased te one applicant.
AppSoaa-ione for a lease must tte
tade b«' the apoiinaal. In po-Tsaa te
tie Agent or aiik-Asent of the iis^
teiot in whioh the rights applied for
_r_  sltuatt .
Ia survayod t.,»rrit.ery ike l.mri
»a»t ke *eseribe_ by sections, or
legal su-idiviawns of sections, and
in unearvoyed territory the tract an-
plSes! tor shali ba Stalled out by the
i_po-ie>_nt   himself.
Sack applicatiou must be aoooui-
jMuled ky a fee o_ ?5, wkloh will be
ru_ii_id*d rf the rl*hts applied for
are not avatlakie, but not other-
wtoe. A royalty shall be p.. id on thc
iByrchu.ui.Bble »ut»nt of the mike at
tie rote ef Hv« eeats per ton.
•The person operating the mine
•ball furnish the Agrat with sworn
retains aecountlng for the full
quantity of merokantable coal mined
ajjd »a.y tke royalty thereon. If the
coal Binlag rigkts are not beiug o»-
orated, such returns should be fur
uiahed  at  least  once a year.
The lease will include the coal
mining rights only; but the lessee
may b» aennltteii to purchase whatever available surface rights may be
considered necessary for the working of tke ailae St the rate of $10
»*r acre.
For full information application
should be made to the Secretary of
the Department of the Interior, Ot
tawa, or to any Agent or Sub-
Agent of Bomiiiion Lands.
W. AV. CORY,
Deputy Minister of the Interior
--OM-RC    M-     VAN !.---_.,A'BIO*.'      OP
R_M_SK1"__.
f-_»ri««! Hi UMIMffiy _HVBN that
\o%e _-9o._p-._i euistlng e» Detention
*»4»nd by reoaon of a Noli.R published in tk« Ucinaii ConiBikw «azette on
eho 3»fli of May, 11)12, is heitiby can
celled
R.  A,  RUNWICK.
Deputy Miaister tf Lands
Departmenl af Lauds,
Victoria, B.C.
October   19Mi,   1914.       o_ !
fi "kicking lhe sea" astern at a
5 twepty-four knots, when a fog
| formed  ahead.   Tlie   Lusitania
Daily Journal
50c per month
JAMES GILMOIRE
ARCHITECT
Second  Ave. Near . McBride St
HOTEL DIRECTORY
Members   of  the  Prince   Rnpe.t
Ucensed Vintners' Associatitin
WINDSOR    HOTEL
Cor. oi  First -4vo. mid  Eighth St-
W. a. Wright,  Prop.
HOTEL CENTRAL
First  Ave. and Seventh St..
European   and   American   I'lin.
81.1)0 to i»2.,'.0 Per Day
Ptrtwr  Miuck, Prop.
Fii-sl
an.I
Royal   Vavivl ('..Hop.,   of (lanada.
T  ■ . --iiialion   for  tlie  en-
'■'■'     ,
e cl
■   -
lim ■   in.i
■
ii
-
Steel, Iron, Oil
umbini :,-i |
Murine   Ac    • ■
: ■ I
leiwI-S.
■
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"-a
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on his!'1".   of- Naval Cadets   will be held at
thj    siamil Mir:',   of the Civil
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Jmdiii col
in 1st i    -,'i-'t.  Appli-
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■ • ■   r.   0-.-a
       Ottawa,   from
irms - «i   now bo'
i tailed.
-   ltdates Eoi  bhe aramination tn
■   neat   rami* be kt.rv;etMi   _ke a*v_s
keen  tm<f   -_iri.i.ii  se   the lot
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Avo.     Betweoii     Eiglill
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Prr Day
Resner   *t   Itosucr,   Props.
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WE    WANT   YOl'   TO   KNOW
THESE  HOSE
They stood the test when all
others failed. They give . real
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seams to rip. They never be-
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tkoy are GUARANTEED for
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wear six month.- without holes
or  replaced  by uew  pairs free.
Our Free (Mfer
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Tnree  pairs  of   our   famous
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S HOSE  with  written   guarantee,
0 any color, or
g Three  pairs  of   our   Ladles'
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