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PRINCE  RUPERT,   B.   C,  SUNDAY, APRIL IS, .11' 15
Priee  S  Cents.
NO.   134.
PRINCE RUPERT IN
SHELL CONTRACT
THIS CITY, IT TS'POSSlBLtf, MiAi
MAKING FOR HILLS
AT EIGHTY-THREE
I
HAvTTA"sraiLir~rNTHfc  •"•
MANTKUTlRlNt..
Th..   Drydock   Management     Express
Ilea.linens to .laUc Purl, in Hie
... _ Work.
The question of Prince Rupert
obtaining a share of the business
beijig placed  by the  British  War Of-
ex&"M^dMWt^A^' J-oa-d-"■uf'
Trade yesterday. 	
OLD-TIME     PROSPECTOR.    LEFT
•H-trl-EHOAA*-
IUVEB   COINTRY.
tAX-,
He   Will <io iu by   Way   of   Prince
George—Will  Meet  Friend
.     There.
Sir   Robert   Borden   made  an , im-1 ready  to go  forward...Vye...know  the
gjortant atttteilient'as; to the'number reasons why the-War Office Iras'not
Al'ler long years of prospecting
and (washing gold In the mountains
on tbe western slope of the continent, .Mr. W'hittalier, known,, as
"Arkansas," left yesterday .for Prince
flee} at various pp.ints iu Canada j George to spend another sumnier in
wa$ discussed al a meeting of the | the placers. ^He will go into the
"     ' ■'       "       '     ■■'' .Eiudlay .lUu-i'. c.oumry   from, the  i:;-
|eiior..poiui,..i:ftaiiiini£.jLiie...ttUjjLaU,y .by.
fof  troops  of Canada  under  anils  in
'; ■ 11     '■' i'
lurope and  in the   Dominion   from
is  place in/the  Hpiifee of Commons
few days ago.    He quoted the announcements of policy as to lhe or-
jganization. of  contingents    made,   by
.   ...    ^..a-a,,   aaaaaaaaa^a    tat    a...,-   ,.
T. P. Drydock, wlio wyja. present
stated that it would lie possible I'or
the; Drydock  to ..undertake  the niak-
tlie  following   figures,   compiled' by
"' '"   ;"'  '•■   ■   '" i,"»"r  ,"''1"  tl':"1    '"'    !''iftjjl-l'e ■i-'3"t'fnt:geiier!il| to show the "M-
itcnt  to   which, .the  plan  had   been
been aixustoined to travel by wai'. of
ITazelio'll. At'PiUijre*g&}'ge lj"*, .yjnll
meet an  old  partner   named   Abor-
Rvorked  out.   The jLur.yeiv under anus. [:<-±
t„........   p..tt„  &~i..JLJ[„   «..., ^„.,:  linlgeut should be such gs to give no especially with a view of getting tlie
Ing: of   shell   casings,   provided    Ihe
'ok   *
ileen.  who yvyill go  in  With. him.
crude   material   was    available^., until     Whit taker is eighty-three years or
also tbe services of ijn .e,Vpoi:t operative. The other marine shops in the
city also state that they are in a
position to make certain parts, and
It w.as suggested "that the Board endeavor to get the Drydock authorities to get after a contract, which
could be sublet if necessary as to
certain parts amongst the smaller
concerns. It was pointed out that
Edmonton was at the present time
manufacturing .war material, Ihat
Victoria had just received a contract for shells,' and that therefore
Prince Rupert with the facilities she
had. should also receive consideration, ,i t
It was decided to leave the matter in thi>'hands of the commissioner,-who was Instructed to get in
touch with-all Interested, aud place
Prince Rupert's claims in the proper
quarters.
Iu connection with this, lists of
machinery available have been sent
to Col. David Cafnegie, the shell expert of tha British War Office, and
to tlie Shell Committee! Montreal.
The executive; of the Conservative
Association*" of Frmce Ruperl have
.also been, communicated with, with
the suggestion that they take the
matter up with Ottawa.
United effort on the pari of the
people of "Prince Ruperl will no
doubt, be successful in obtaining for
tlie town a share of this business.
A. C. Garde, M. E., was also in-
strucl#d   by  the  Board  to  prepare  a
age, lnit.be would;..riqt be taken for
that age by any one. He has spent
tlie greater pari of his life in the
gold search aud it would appear as
if he would eiid his days in that
calling.
In the district into which he is going lie says there are satisfactory
results to be got. He is able to
clean up from $11 to $S a day without trouble. There is an abundance
of good ground open. This year he
expects-to see more than usual in
the field.
FISHERMEN SHOULD
BECOME EDUCATED
MODERN .METHODS Ol   HANDLING
NECESSARY TO   INCREASE
USE OF FISH.
Schools for Fishermen Along Modern
Lines Are Now a
Necessity.
Fish is certain to become a much
more important supplement to the
meat diet of Canadians than it is at
present.
cheaply;
•jKWWHKHKWatKKHKW^
seen tit to have the contingent sent
forward. These reason's coniniii..'
themselves to the War o'iflpe'.aiiil ive
see no reason to dissent from them
The  enormous    number  of   meii    in
SEWARD TRADE
WITH C JY
THE     QUESTION    OF    BUSINESS
WITH   THIS   CITY WAS
CONSIDERED.
BILLY SUNDAY AS
SPRINTER OF NOTE
The
Commissioner    of    tlie    Local
Body Will Communicate in
Mailer.
FAMOUS EVANGELIST WAS ABLE
TO MAKE EAST TIME ON
TRACK.
An  InteresnUg  E4pisotle   in the History of the deal
i.       i'  '
Pieaclier.
training. In -Great   I.i it;.in   maKes   n
he Government iii'" October artd. Xo-[not. easyi for the  War Oilier;..to  ;,.
iyember   last.  Tbe    programme   had  vide accommodation  for contingents
provided for the' enrollment/of 108*j|rom -the overseas dominions."
urn «nien,' aud ija-Uaifteen"|»   Sir Robert added "thai, in view of of construction work on the Alaskan ['Captain Anson are friends and came
Railwaj   System  was discussed.   '   "   originally from the same num. JTaT
At a meeting of the executive! Since Billy Sunday, has become all,,
council of 'lie Board of Trade the. the rage as an evangelist a- short
qaetion 0f getting busy in bbhnec-|'sto,iy'1 of (he sprinting' evftngDHtff
lion ivith obtaining for Prince Ru- shoula nol Lie oul of'pTai " Sun'day
pen a share of the trade thai Is signed with ihe tBflicago White
bound   to   follow   the  eoiiinicii'vineiii', Stockings'"TiacT~rn"'Tire' sir's." TTe   .ml
BOO officers
carried out to date.   Sir Robert gavel the   uufiiriuiiate   conditions   suffered
by   thc-   lirst   contingent  during    the
winter,  Lord- Kitchener and  another
ollicial  desired that, tbejaceQiftinjida-.
Ion  provided   for   the. second    con
jure as follows: ^yje^seas, first con-;
jlingent and rein|6rei6nients, ::S,l"ii
officers and men;' in™ Bermuda. ' the
Royal Canadian- Regiment, 9S2 of-
fficers arid men;-in St. Lucia, detachment for garrison, 100; in Canada,
second contingent, C. E. F., 22,272;
reserve infantry battalions and Canadian Mounted Rifles, 27,079; recruited and organized for , overseas
service, but not mobilized, 3,500; a
total for overseas service of 89,353.
In addition, there were in Canada
units of tbe active militia on garrison and outpost duty, 9,777; a permanent, force of 2,430, making a grand
total  of  101,560.   (Applause.)
"That force;" said the Prime Minister, "is more than four times as
numerous iis Ihe force of British
troops under Wellington at Waterloo, and twice as numerous as .the
total force of either Wellington or
Napoleon at that battle. I think the
people may congratulate themselves
that in a period of only eight
months so grea,t a force has been
organized, armed and equipped, and
to know that the number of guns
which wenl abroad with the first
contingent considerably exceeds the
number of guns Wellington had at
his disposal at Waterloo."
Satisfactory Show ing.
Sir Robert said that while the
ll can be produced more1 force was not a great army conipar-
it possesses splendid notir- ed with the armies contending on
isliing qualities, and, when proper- the plains of Europe, yet, cousider-
ly cooked, is a most  palatable food, ing that Canada was a young coun-
Tbe commissioner was authorized
to get into touch with the people of
Reward and also with the various
transportation   companies  interested.
Unfortunately, much of the fish
offered for sale Is not of a high quality.    Tiiis may, ln part, be traced to
try, he thought that the. result obtained in Ihe short period of eight
months  might  be   regarded  as  thor-
report- on   the  copper,  zinc,  and   re-.the crude, careless, and often  waste-joiighly satisfactory
dilution .works  of Northern    British ] ful  methods that  are  used   by    the      |n  short,  continued   ih
Columbia,  This  report  will  be  sent j fishermen  ln   taking   and    handling
fish,   and    the    fact    that    such
Premier,
reaj-on for complaint. So the (late
l'or"-f]ie going forwarder the second-
contingent bad been delayed and in
all that the Government . bad followed  the wishes of the. War Office.
Maintain   Puree  of .ID,(KM)  Men.
Up ''0 the piesent no call had been
inade up*on the Canadian Mounted
Rifles, but their turn, Sir Robert
said, was likely to come directly the
tactical situation changed in the
western .theatre of operations. "We'
are therefore," be continued, "within reasonable distance of the time
when a Canadian expeditionary force
of some 50,000 men will be serving
overseas. To maintain that force in
strength and . efficiency continuous
supply of reinforcements properly
trained and fully equipped will have
to be proiiided; tq say nothing of
remounts and constant replenishments of material of every kind.
"Total necessities cannot be determined because it is impossible to
say with anything approaching certainty how long lhe war will. last
and the conditions which at present
govern the conduct of the campaign
in Europe are likely to change in
course of time. But there are data on
which the necessities of war can be
calculated and reinforcements must
be prepared on a corresponding
scale. With a view to securing the
result desired the minister of militia and defence has provided for the
establishment of overseas training
depots, one or more for each arm of
the service. Already some of the
surplus units which embarked with
the first contingent are being utilized for the purpose. These depots
will   be   ted   by   units   stationed,   in
Ru-
shalltown, Iowa. Hilly bad earned
the reputation of being fast enough
on his feet to cover lOu yards in
9 I-.*. seconds, He bad come fresh
from college after winning a score
of gold medals for bis swiftness and
''"'was anxious to gain fresh laurels on
,1 ■
the ball field.
"If 1 hit  the ball once 1 can beat
it out at first,  no  matter  who  gets
it,"  said   Sunday   to   Captain   Anson,
and the boast did noi escape the old
I man.   lie  gave   William,    the    greet
talker, a trial. They were then playing on  lhe lake from  at  the  foot  of
Harrison Street.  Jimmy    Ryan, who
The  Horticultural   Branch  of   the|waB worklngottfat short, was-so'lis,
Departmenl of Agriculture has been j tonlshed      at     the      mercury-footed
in  receipt of many requests fron, allLolmg ......  that, _  forgo,  B„  .,,,„,,,.
parts of tbe province for especial at-j throwing ,he „„„_ Sunday's wontler-
teation to the orchards of meil  who ful „,„,,,  was the  mean
have gone to Ihe front.
In order thai tiie necessary and
proper care can be given these orchards during the absence of th.i
owners, the deputy minister1 of agri-
Admiral' Line to make Prince
pert a port of call bei ween
soutli  and  Seward  and  Alaska.
WILL TAKE CARE OP
SOLDIERS'   ORCHARDS
Horticultural. Branch  of  Province to1
Pay Attention to Volunteers'
Land.
of placing
a good bank account In the pockets
of many of the White Stocking'.
Atl'ter the new find had stolen moro
liases for his lime in sen Ice than
any other man in the league bis fel-
culture has Instructed thai assistant ||ow pWyera ,,,,,.,.....,., lh(,v W(),.M „3C
horticulturists  give  special  attention 'lliln  effectlvelj.   aga)nal   9Qme  of  Uu.
tr.     „nn,,nn,„     f       .1.- 1...     .       ,       ..
to requests from those who have left
numerous  sprinters  they  encounter-
there   had   been   sent   abroad    more
than  36,000  men,  and   in  tbe  fulfil- L'anada  and   will   furnish   drafts   for'British   Columbia   Undertakers
to Col. David  Carnegie, who has re-llu
quested   that   some    Information    be methods  are  used   demonstrates  tliejAent  of  the  programme  laid   down  "nltK serving at  the front. So far as
or are leaving lor the front, or their■„,, „„ tho eastern trfp:
agents  or  representatives.     In    such       Tll0Pe  ,,.,„  ,llp   ,.i(ips  am,   WQ0(Js
cases assistant horticulturists are in- ',,.„,„ fuI1 ,„■ fpot.racers. Bven Ansdn,
structed   to  visit   the   orchards   and  ,v,1(,   loo,;(„,  „K„;i„v  „„  ,,„,,,   wil]|  „
give  such   advice  and   Instruction   as discouraging    eye,    longed    for    .he
to their (are as should give best re- ,,„„,„,   („   ,|lnu.   ,„,,   woHd   „.„.„    fc
suits.
Further requests may be addressed to the Department of Agriculture
direct or to the assistant horticulturist of the district.
Death  of  Young  Boy.
The  death   occurred   early
sent  him  as -to  the  possibilities  ofineed  for providing   technical educa- foal  autumn,  there
in  training "'   ]'resent  can   be   Foresee!,,
Northern British Columbia as a Held  tion  for fishermen. j In Canada I'or overseas service aboul iuf  """"<   180,00*0   men ivi
for copper and  zinc  production. While Canada possesses one of the 53,OfJo men.  If accounl  teas taken of 'l,lirc'd  should   ("he  war last
,   i
 "  'richest  and   most  varied  fisheries  In the   uniis   of   the   active   militia    on J'ear-    T,lat   is    ""   s,1>- ;111    original
a total
be   re'
another
wrnder  lie  really   bad   on   the  roster
Ol  his club.
The Chicago club met Its first
angel in Detroit through the agency
of big-hearted Ed Williamson, one
of the greaiesi shortstops thai ever
played ball, to my way of thinking.
yeBter-,There was a fellow named HUnky
day morning of .lohn Henry the U-fsuUlvan, who was the pride of the
year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. H.jMlcnigan metropolis: He had been
Benson, of Porl Simpson, The i'i-ii-,,„ lh(. hab„ ,„■ phowing „|f „, ,,,0
oral will be held ai 2 o'clock Mon-|.,ark „,,,,, ,illl(, „ ball ,,,„,, n,ade il9
day afternoon. The funeral arranye-jap,«aranCe, and had a lol of fun
inents are under the direction of the   ,,it|]   ,|l(,    ,,,,„    „,.,,„,.,,    who    v,,,r8
.pretty big men. as a rule, those days,
su.h  men as Roger Connor
guns,     with     ammunition     column,
three  field   companies  of engineers;
Captain
Anson,  Fred  Diinlap, Dan  Brouthers,
who were not   buill    I.,  be
Postponement of (be Excursion.
■the   w/irld,   they   are,    In    most    In- sjctivjs  service and  of  lhe  |ierniniient < rnn'r   of  ""'.000,
..las
lU.Oijn    sent
On tbe recommendation of the en-jslanoos, being exploited by men who force there were in Canada In train-  overseas
tor     reinforcements,    plus
over    c:,.!)...!1 "O.Omi  in  Canada   under  training.  AJ|(1]1.|  HorBe   A ,U)
tertainment committee of the Huard. have  little or   no  technical    knowl-  ing  and    under
of Trade,  who pointed out  that theje'dge of the natural  history of  lisb,'men.   n(.   thought   thai    the    lutein-''llt ,nifl  dried   plan cannol    be   laidi
response to the excursion  literature
sent, out bad-not been of a favorable
a divisional-signal  company, a divi- Salu   Thompson,   and    many    more,
sional   train  composed  of  four companies of the army service corps and
three  field   ambulances.    The  Royal
Canadian Dragoons and Lord Strath-
sprinters,
Ihey  could
but   yon  can  believe
pickle  the  ball  some.
This Sullivan person  was a runner
1 B Batteries Royal "' ""  nu:i"  ability,  and    frequently
nature from outside points, the excursion which It was proposed to run
to the Panama Pair was postponed
Indefinitely.   Should  conditions Jusll-
Canadian   Horse   Artillery,
in auio-,''il'""'1' '"-' ll)"'1' 8lve any man from
the proper methods 'pf preparing Ilsh!Sence ami zeal of those men were'biwn in war. The unexpected of tenj |nobl]e n.acliine gun brigade and six Chicago three yards atari in 100 and
for market, as well as of otlier asJguch as to retlcd credit on the Do- ; happens and our own arrangeiuenis1 ,,.lt..llinnK ,)f |nfantry Including Hie milkl' llil" concede defeat, William-
poets of the fisheries Industry. Tra-j minion, und thai Canada bad every musl be subordinated to tie needs'] Prlnces8 patrlcia's regimenl accom-^80n wafl delegated lo secure a match
dition plays a large pari In the lives reasbn to be proud of tbe men who "f the whole einpire.
of  many  fishermen.  It  Is extremely were going to represent her and de- Status of Canadian Force.
difficult for them to shake off tho ob-  cmd   her  on   the  battlefields  of  En-!     The  Prime  minister rend a  report
fy, the matter will be taken up again solele practices of their fathers and rope,
I by Major General  W. Gwalkin, chief
laler in the summer.
GOVERNMENT   WEATHER
REPORT.
I'lii'iiislietl  by  P,  W. Howling.
Eor  21
adopt those that experience in other [Contingent Ready for Three Months. I of  tlje  general'"staff,  setting    forth
countries has shown to be superior.
During the present winter tbe
Canadian Fisheries Association was
organized under very favorable auspices, lt, is gratifying to note that
the new association was formed for
the "development of the. fishing industry on commercial, scientific nnd
hours ending 5  p.m.
April 17.
Bar.  reduced  to sea level... ..'10.202 j educational   lines."    The  basic  prnti-
Highest  temperature    51.0     jlem to be solved in building up the
Lowesl   temperature    411.11     'fishing industry  nnd  in  popularizing
tlle  consumption  of fish  Is the education  of the  fishermen.
Schools     for    fishermen    exist    In
praclically   every    European     marl-
Groceries—Our prloes are tfae low.
est ln town. You will save ssenBT o-
almost every article. Give us a Ma
order today, Phone 128, Prempt de jtlme nation. It ts in Japan, however
Ivery. Mussalleni * Co., 438 Fifth that fishery Instruction is being ear-
Ave. Bast. 1 rled   to  the  grealest  perfection.
"It is proper," said the Prime the organization and status of tne
.Minister, "thai I should here make Canadian expeditionary forces. The
a statement which would set at rest j Canadian expeditionary force, the
comment upon delay whicli has memorandum say-
taken  place In sending  forward  the 1 follows:
inclutliiiB the
Princess Patricia's regiment, accompanied the Mrs! division
ry  and   horse   artillery
The . aval-iiin'' arrange the meeting,
halve   hern'     With the diplomacy of a secretary
posted,   a   mounted    brigade
of  slate   big   Edward   went   about   tha
mantled by Brigadier Gen..nil. The business. Sullivan and his manager
Rt. Hon. .1. E. 11. Seely, D. S. O., and rH1 '"'" ''"' tra'1 lni*' ■'"'""' coyotes,
are still in England. So also are III.
automobile brigades, and Bevera
battalions  of   infantry  are  slill   alst
It was decided Sullivan should pul
iip $1,500 furnished by Sunday's
friends,  li  was also decided the two
is   made   up    as  .      ,,     .      ,       .-.
1 in    l-'iigliintl.     One   co
mpnsi'd   of   de-
[tachments  from  mounted  corps pro
second  contingenl.    That  contingent'    The first contingenl, consisting of v i||(,K  oavalry   reinforcements;
could  have been sent forward  ibree the first division C.D.F. array troops
furnish   reinforcements   for   thf    In-
months ago. The War Office was l,.-|an,l   surplus   units and  line  of com-  „„„,.,. .,„„ ,,„. |im,  ,,„„,, .,  „,„„„..,,
municatlon   units;   (he  second    divi- i
sion   C.   II.   F.   and   line of ('011111111111-! «,„
cation   unils.    A   force   of  Canadian
.should  start ai   Ihe same mark.  Sunday did noi go to the trouble of sub-
,,ireejstitutlng  the  regular  sprinter's   attire  for his baseball uniform, bill  ap-
1 Ccntlnwc'l   on     P**-"   FVirr. i
formed   or   that   fact   and   has   I n
kept   Informed   from   lime    to   time.
Tbe   date  at   which    the    contingenl
arranged i .Mounted   Rilies;   an   Infantry   reserve
The
Second Contingent,
memorandum  gives lhe   de-
was  to  go    forward    was   ,...„,„,,„, ,„ ,   ,„„,,«1 ta11s „,.   „„,   S(„,lnll   ,.,„„;„,„„,      ,
some   two    months    ago.    Honorable Und depots.   Tbe  first  division, aboutLtates   tll;U   tur,  |lr|„„,,„,   „,„„„.  ma
gentlemen   will    understand    that    I  18,000 strong,   whicli  is in the field,!.
cannot   give  any   inrorniation    as   to consists   of  twelve   battalions  of   In
Change of Office.
A  change in  the office of tho  Dominion    Express    Company     and    ..f
Lindsay's   Cartage   K-   Storage   Company   has   been   made.   Yeslerdiiy   tha
blue  cun   uniis  tire  being   inoblllz-l
,                -,.,,,.,- offices were changed  lo  126  Fourth
ed, one al   I oronto and  ihe other al
what  that dale  Is.    I    rely    make 1 laniry in  three  brigades;   a   squad-1-•   Street,
this statement to  set    at    resl    the rob of cavalry and cyclist company;',
I statement that this contingent is not'48    18-pounder    and    1   6,0:l)ounder
Montreal,  bin   thai   ii   has   n.u
a  d.'t.'i mined   w hether lliose will 1
. Conl in'.ed ...i  Page Three.)
This is in the McCaffery
Block, lies! door to tbe Canadian
General  Electric Corhpanj Sunday,   '.prli   18,   191;
PRINCE
IDPHiaT    JaWBHA],
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9E
ME
fcnma' liuper* 'Journal
Telephone LIS.
'O. 11. NELSON. Editor.
Offlce; 128 Third A.fnue Easl,
Dfar McBride Street. Telephone 138;
Postoffice Box 607.
DAILY   EDITION.
Published    every   morning ' except ( ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Monday. Delivered by carrier In the the Hank, bayonetting the devils as
city at'the following rate, if paid ln|tney ,vent .|kmUj ,,ml TOving ., bl.le
advance:—
Product No.
Contains ii1k.ii'. 2y4   lbs.
SLOP
nil   and    i the   straw'**»<HS-«)K(iMHW3flt«HMHWK^^
 y pillon   ,.;.s and 'filled my
;.-.    ing    bn ■     ' ith    debris.   On    the
."ii.    io /ever,      ,vas    onc.eali .1   150
; ..."Is down a  ro id:  i he main atl
was d .i'i"!. when the
in    from    was
i.    Tl "   infahtrj   wheeled   to
the left,- and cleared the trenches on
One  Year    "5.00
Six   Months    $2.50
Three  Moitths    $1-25
If   not   paid   in   advance,
per  Month    $0.50
Iflag to show the exact position of
their head! The Germans fled across
the  road  150  yards  in  front of my
I gun. The total 'German casualties
were 18,000 for the day. We have
been burying hard ever since, and
Prlncei the unsavory job is not yet completed, ln my new position wo bad to go
WEUBKLY  RDITION,
Published  every  Friday  for  circu
lation   outside   the   City   of
Rupert at $2.00 a year, addressed to
points In Canada; or $3.00 a year to ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
all   points   in  the  United   Kingdom   into action with a sack of chloride of
the   United  States or other   foreignL        ()m,
countries.
Advertising  Rates  Upon  Application j1^'"   behln°   wl""«   flfteen    minutes
  "'   the  word  'Go!'   1  saw the  whole
Si'LilNDIII  I'OR   PLUMBERS
The sfc».le of Pre luct Mo. 99 in strictly
confir cl to t'e hVh-class .supply
houses. Its co' I of manufacture is
therefore not i ffectfd by Dept. or
"price mtting i tore' Influence that'
so oft/n drives nanufacturers to the
use ol inferior chemicals and processes, -.or Is the dealer allowed to
reduce be retail price under penalty
of    ba'   ag    bis   supnly    terminated.
A POWERFUL SOLVENT FOR
CLOGGED UP DRAIN PIPES
"00" destroys accumulations  if  lint,    paper,    cloths,    hair,    slime.
grouse,  vegetables   soup,  fruit and many others.   It is Harmless to
fines plumbing.
TEST
DON'T ABOVE
1'O.VT   PUT   OFF
IT
This preparation has been so generally succeBB,*-il in clearing
drains that it is Dought over and over again by tifOse who have
tried it, but inasmuch as no on can know the actual condition existing within a pipe, it is absoutely impossible for the manufacturer or tbe dealer to guarantee tie result.
"' '■:'•
Sunday,   April   Is,   1915.
CO 1-111*1*1)  ENQUIRY.
show, and really. 1 don't want to see
[anything like it again, although a lot
more   will   have   to   be   done   before
ibis bloody war is finished.
"I .it.i one poor devil hit in three
i
(places   under  cover,  and    gave    him
CHEMICAL PRODUCTS CO., NEW YORK
^OII SALE BY
HARRY HANSON
J-g-fl  ; 0 THK   RELIABLE   PLUMBER
IOR   THE   BEST IN  PLUMBING   AND    BEATING   PHONE    ISII
5oi*i^Wi»WHKr3-rKi^
In connection with the
ties that have been unearthed al
Ottawa, the members of Parliament
who sougiii to gel at the bottom of
anything that looked suspicious
found no Blockade Brigade standing
ready to head off the enquiry whenever i: became unpleasant lor ministers and their friends,
continue their researches, So ilsi
lei   i he  count r;    ha di tails of
the     transactions     In ed     by
Conm       ui l-Iowa"
These deal  with  rep'o i Imiir.
li '.   ii.ii.   in   the Northwest,  and   de- j
serve   |i ihlic  attention,     li   may    be
remembered  thai  in   tin   aul ii  of
11)11 a Parliamentary Committee
was engaged in the Investigation of
certain charges made by Mr. Magii-
lacuddy againsl Mr. Prank, Oliver,
then   Minister  of  the   Interior.     Mr.
0
,„,„.,,i,..'i  (some waier and bad a long chat lie-
1 (  —, II I '11 I    |
fore he gave in. Ile spoke a little
English and was very grateful. Said
they had been lold that the war
would be over In a few weeks, as
Russia had been conquered. He finished up -niito contented. 1 was
in.i.h amused at a party of about
one hundred Germans being inarched
,to   the   rear    by    two    little    British!
Let   them
Tommies, each with a German helmet .ii the buck of bis head audi
about   ten   fniii:;   around    bis    waist J . 	
mf] ffj . , ,. WfrfeftiyaHM^
pleased   as Pi II    of ^atHmfiMttiKR'^tta
shell.
Coal, Cement, Plaster and Brick
AND A COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDERS' SUPPLIES
WESTEOLME LUMBER CO'., LTD.
First Avr.ue       Prince Rupert        Telephone 186
"1   made  ii   lone,   tour  of  the  cap-
tured trenches. They were beautiful-l
ly  made  with gorgeous dugouts, titled om with the loot from the neigh-l
boring  villages,  chairs,  stoves,  beds.
i
etc. Tlie trenches were littered with
cavalry   helmets,   spurs,   rides,    etc.,
Thompson Hardware Co., Limited
Oliver had defiantly demanded a lu'iv""1 even though the majority of die
enquiry Into the Bource and deslina- DOclies were removed the drains were
tion of $69,000  placed  to his credit.|ur'Eh1   red.
in  one of Hie banks about the   lime
thai   ;>  certain  Order-in-Counell  was
pa     ■.      ■:•'■   ning   lands.    Bank  officers  had   been  summoned   to elucidate  i he   i i        ctii :i     nd    were   on
hand   h h< n    the   Got ernmenl    members ionn ipo ed   an
it..              al   da;        Ion-
.                   gested  I :hl
...       e en'q dry, bul  the
joi ii     : ssuri .!   i hem   I hai   the   com-
,    Id   be   called   ■ ■.   In.     Berne     , irlinmenl
Camping Supplies
PHONE 101, P.O. DRAWER 1048
880 SECOND AVE.
"The   lii'si   charge  of  our  Infantry
was started from  75 yards from the I
German  trenches. They all  .vein  forward     smoking    and    laughing     as
■ lion ;.::   nol hing   unusual   were   happening. One fellow actually stood on
our  ...      I, struck a   light, lii
Ibine,  then   said   to  bis    al
low ;   'Come   on,   Bill;   let's    go
an ;      iled   forth.    When    ive
c 'i.i ured " i: md length of tl e Ironch
tl intre   wenl   on   and   tht    Hanks
started   working   down    the    trench
l-^STOJaHHKf'KroeWaKt-ara ::i i
was   pro" and
■\ i s   burled
is not  .   good  pre.  dent.
■ ,i    and  wil '  bomb thro- . rs, chucking a few
MOW BRITISH WON
.ETTE1I   l-'Itl    i   OX 10   tt Uu    TOOK
PA J IT GIVES   INTERESTING
INCIDENTS.
fool   Acl
bombs into a section, and then dash-
in-   ii.. and so on straight do'   .    h
' rei. h    I*    thoi . and   yai ds    wei ■
.  II     .    an awful
laugl ter,    bul     encouraging    after
NEUVE CHAPELLE,W|,;:',ve bRTe 't0 ,"1'""""":it
■'-. i iers'   I a'p 'es I  and  otli  ■   p
Tl      i.       C.    ffii   . s net er come
hell   range,   bul   are   doing
Work.   Om    rations   are
al   .   : IHng   point   at    12  n evel
■ ■,
rbey have to worl
'
r it is tourii
, ■   :
G. T\ P.
Steamship Sailings
FOR VANCOUVER
S.S. Prince Rupert every Friday at 9 A.M.
S.S. Prince John every Sunday at 7.30 P.M.
For Massett—S. S. Prince .Ir/r every second Saturday at  10   p.m.
commencing April 17.
For Naas River points—S. S.    rince John every second Saturday 10
p.m., commencing April J4.
For  Anyox—S.  S.  Prince George every   Wednesday at  midnight.
Passenger train carrying eler.r'c lighted sleeper and parlor cafe
car leaves for the east on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 10
a.m.
Through  tourist sleeping car to St. Paul every Wednesday.
For through tickets, reservations and full information apply to
G, T. P. Ticket Oflice, Third Ave.: Agency all Atlantic Steamship  Lines. ^^B
Canadian Pacific Railway
PRINCESS MAY
SOUTHBOUND, 8 P.M. SUNDAY
PRINCESS MAQUINNA,
I FROM ALASKAN PORTS, THURSDAY, APRIL 22
J. G.  McNA.fi, General  Agent,coiner  Third   Ave.   and    Fourth    St.
of till Ti,
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| Southbound Tuesdays at 8 p.m.
Sailings for Granby, Simpson and the Naas
Sundays at Midnigh
I'or further particulars apply to
JOHN  BARNSLEY,  AGENT        ::        081 Second A*e„ Phone 508
O Agency   Atlantic    Steamships
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Royal Bank of Ca
READ    OFFICE:   MONTREAL ESTABLISHED   ISC!)
Capital     $   11,5(10,000
Reserved   Fund $  12,800,000
Total   Assets     .flM5,000,000
Savings Bank  Department—$1 will open an account
Branches   Throughout   Canada nnd Hanking Connections With All
Parts of Him United Stales. Agents Throughout the World.
H.  P. WILSON, Manager        - - Prince    Rnperl    Branch
«<i<H»t'H''«)'H*i*«H^^
:an up and paint up now
O.-CETJAR     MOPS,  6-CBDAR   MOP POILIBH
ALABA8TINE   SANITARY   WALL  COATING
WATER  HOSE, GARDEN TOOLS.  WATERING  CA   IS
MARTINrSBNOIJR  100  PER C\'T. PURE  I
PAINT   BRUSHES.,   LAWN   MOWERS AND GRASS SHEARS
CARPET    BEATERS,  GARBAGE   PAILS
WINDOW   SCREE.**',, SCREEN  DOOI
—AT THE—
KAIEN HARDWARE C0.,eo8 Third av.
ao000000*oa      " ■.''*a'H*iM#flai'H*KWlWaa«i^^ '-iHmt.tolMSCB'fOTlSao
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--FOR-
Coal, Furniture Moving, Baggage
and Heavy Teaming
W. J. CRAWFORD, Manager
| phone 566 M;::,;:-;"
a* a o a 0-0440 000 o<i-o^watuM-a 0 fl-»w 0 040 i>«t-imi«>t'*a-«!- • 1
i
50 cents per Month ll
CANADA'S ANSWER TO i been  formed   In   England   ti r
CALL OF  EMPIRE I le*1}'.    c-ngi:
(Continued  from Page One.) corps, etc.    In Canada  there
ting' an
for  each   of   the    Unit:     which    the
I'immmm   Mitw   j*k:*: .:,
5«Ki!^*a«tt**aWiBarT~»r^^ ...
ARAB REBELS ATT.ACI* |l ki   n:    !.
'TALIAN   COLl'MXl
Sunda
.  ». .aa       ,.m
IMPERII
accompany     tbe     second       division
abroad.    Sneaking  of   the  force   of permanent   i rlbut,
Canadian      Mounted     Rilies,     Gen.|flrst contingenl   and  to  the  garrispn
Gwatkin  says  that   when   the  army 0{ Bermuda.
council  decided on  the form  the as-j     General   Gwatkin    appends    to  lii..
sistance  from   Canada  should    lake. | reporl   a  statement   showing  that   in
disappointment, was  felt  particularly tne   various'Caadian   lor.es  are   011-
1n the west at   the exclusion of cav- rolled   101,460  oliicers and  men,  di-
Rome,  April   16.- -An   i   ill  n
nini)  opera! Ing in Tri] . ';     adi
command  of  Col.  ■ ;U • lazzl  for   the
protection 'of  the  Harvesting   of
barley crop southeast  of  "tlisda, has
been  attacked   by  a   force  of   1,000
rebels, according to advices reaching!
'err,  ol
Prospeel....
mission to ; ■.
~'**"7.V      "'   aa-aaawa»^fta-aaTfj»na:tayr^.."aWla|.tflll.al,^^1li..nHf»llaaail AWlMmima
Istrii
:      ! -. ', I  '   -   '
•   .
ation .. .,    ■'..,:■
Itend ,'iini..-
:' Ing    tb    O.vy-Acetylene   Plant
scribed lands for coal       ' mm:     irifced   lam      o    co il    an '     letrol
Commencing at  a posl    I  nted    160 eun : Coi tan.      plant.     Phone Red 1-50
cliains ' "''   and   ■ ■    cl north of nt  the
,..'     '"' .'■ I       iver,   th    •. otai
north    SO   clu ii       thence- easl        en
chains,    then, e    ■ o .': lus,!?0  chains, th  80
then.'"  west   SO chai the ] olnt thence i ns to
of comnienc commencement,
I'",'. ALBERT    :COTT     ' '
A. rl   IS,   1915.
■-.--—*-——
Tliinl
J. H. HILDITCh
Contractor and Buiidei
Rome,     The   rebels   after   a   shari per James F. Redmond, Agenl IVl' -T' w- Council, Agent,
fight were beaten off and their losses Dated February  19th,     H5. 18 Dated February 20th. 1915.     apl8
airy antl  mounter rilies.  So long as vided as  follows:   Canadian oversea: .
trench   fighting  continued    mounted forces   85 758-   units  recruited   and *WS        T- ° had Skeena Land  Districl pi trit-l  of SfceenaLand Districl  -District  of
rorces,  8o,7o3,   units  retiuiteu   and  ]8 lhen knied and wounded. jiisda isl Queen  Charlotte  Islands. Q"ee*i  Charlotte  Islands,
troops  were   not    required    m    the organized   for overseas service,   ''"  abollt 100 miles south of the cily ofi     TAKE NOTICE   thai   George   W.      TAKE NOTICE that   Ubert Scotl
western   theatre  of  operations.    But'not mobilized, 3,500; units of the ac-i 'Kerr,  of  Prince  Rupert,   occupation Lock, of Victoria, B. C,   occupation
| Tripoli. i Prospector, intends to apply for per- Salesman,  intends to  apply  for  per
mission lo prospect the following de- mission to prospeel the followin;; de-
permanent force In Can-jgk€ena  Land  District  --  District  ot[.scribed   lands   for   coal   and    petrol-[scribed   lands   for  coal    and    petrol-
they were required  in Egypt,   which
was  threatened   with   invasion,    and,
moreover,   it.  was    not,    unreasonable
to suppose thai the situation In Hel-
glum   and   in  France  would  undergo
a change. Therefore, it  was decided,'the  country   would  realize  thai
,      ,.,    ., , .,.    .. ,. scribed lands for coal ant] petroleum:
to  proceed  with  the  mobilization  ofjtlte organization  of a   force of more I commencing  at  a  post   planted    80
tire militia mi active service in Canada, 9,7
ada,  2,430,
A Magnificent
[espouse.
Estimates given on all classes ol
work, whether snrall or large. Per.
Foiinl attention given to every  iieuu
PHONE GREEN  321
FREDERICK   PETERS,  K.C.
Barrister, Solicitor and Notary Publli
one
thirteen regiments of mounted rifles.
In addition Hie twelve "first line"
battalions, of the second division,
there' are in Canada twenty-four
"reserve" battalions in various
stages of development. These will
be utilized as circumstances require; in Canada for draft giving
purposes, or in England as training|doubted tha
depots, or as complete units at thc
seat of war.
Gen. Gwatkin says' that in addition to the three infantry depots ani
the cavalry  depol   provided
land   for  the    first    contingent,    tin! has  been so warm
23rd,    30th
..,.,.,,     ,,...., eum:  Commencing at a post planted eum:  Commencing at a  posi  planted
(.iietii    ii.il     it.  isi.iiut.. 80 chains east of the mouth of West at   the   north-wesl   corner   of   Coal
TAKK   NOTICE   that   George   W- RlaVer,    thence    80    chains     north,ILease  No.  2434   (near  Otard    Bay),
..-,,,  , Kerr,  of   Prince  Rupert,   occupation thence  80   chains   east,    ihence   80 thence  west   80 chains,  thence south
ii Robert said tbat the House andiProspector, intends to apply for per- cba,n8 sniitb   tber.ee So c      ■     vest 80 chains,   thence   easl    80   chalns.l
mission to prospect the followin ; do- tl-  -„e pojnt m commencement. thence north  80 cliains to the point
GEORGE  W,  KERR,    'of commencement.
Per .lames P. Redmond, Agent. ^erTV ConLn °°K
Dated February 19th, 1915, apl8  Dated  Febru'a'ry'20tii, 1916.
Oflice  in
E.KCHA.N'GE  BLOCK
|the mouth of We'sl River, tbence
very greal work had been done In west SO chains, thence south 80
Canada    (luring    the     past     eight chains, tbence east 80 chains, thence
'north SO chains to the point of -om-
inoiiihs.     lie  desired   to  express  lhe mencement
deep appreciation  which  he, and  he
was sure all  Canadians,  fell   of  the
magnificent     response     \
come  to  the  call   to  arm
when   the
the     people    of   Canada
ready to respond t.o that call. "But,'
said the Premier, "I venture to thin!
that in  every  province and  in even
Skeena  Land   District —  District  of
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE  NOTICE    that   George    W.
GEORGE W. KERR,     .Kerr,   of   Prime   Rupert,   occupation
Per James F. Redmond, Agent. Prospector', intends to apply for periled  February  19th,  1915.      apl8 mission to prospect tlie following de-
cli     had   - • ——. ■ scribed   lands   for    coal    and    petrol-
Vo  one Skeena  Land  Dislrict  — District  of l!"™: .Commencing at a post planted
Queon  Charlotte islands. 1.160 chains east and 8fl chains north
>.     cauns       L     „..,„„    ,       „ „ ,   o   the mouth of West  River,  tbence
!    TAKE  NOTICE  thai   George   Pal-
oiibl    be mer  .Might,  of Seattle,  Wash
Agent,
aplS
| pation  Agent,  Intends to   apply   for
SO    chains   east,    tbence    SO    chains
occu- south, tlience SO chains west, tlience
80 chains north to the point of coin-
Eng- community of Canada  that respon e
so loyal and
am!    32nd
as  depots   for  tl
second   divi..ion.
Infiinl i'.v    of
Depots   have
the  fore of this  greal   Dominion,
also . i   ,-"   .
GEORGE   W.   KERR,
Per James F. Redmond,   Igent.
aplS
permission to prospect the following rnenceme
described   lands for  coal  and  petrol-
(■"'".:   Comi -r.-'-'-.^   "    ■   '
aid   80   chains south
of the  mouth  of  Wesi   River,  thence Dated   February   19th,   191
easl    in    chains,    Ihence    south      SO
,.,, , ,  ..    .., chains, thence west. SO chains, thence
battalions splendidly   patriotic   thai   every    one ,„„.,,, M) (,h,,in, „, ,,,,, „„,„, ,„■ com.
have  lately  I a  sent  over  f'. serve'of us feeis more proud than ever be-  mencement.
GEO tl  E  PALMER   MIGHT,
Per J.  W. Connell,   .
■   '■' i ■ uarj   19th,   19 15.    aplS
Skeena Land Dislrict -- District of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE XOTICE ihat Albert Scott
Lock, of Victoria, B (*'.. occupation
Agent, intends to apply for permission to prospect lhe following described lands for coal and petroleum: Commencing al a post planted
at tlie north-wesl corner of Coal
Lease No. 2134 (near Otard Bay),
thence north 80 chains, tbence west
80 chains, thence south SO chains,
thence east SO chains to the point of
commencement
ALBERT SCOTT LOCK.
Per J. W. Cosnell, Agent.
Dated  February 20th, 1915.        apl8
DR. GILROY, DENTIST
Crown  and  Bridge   Work  a
Specialty
Offlce:   Smith    Block.   Third   Avenue
A. FAULDS, M.I. M.E.
Cousultirg Mining Engineer
Examinations   and    development    of
Coal, Metal, Oil. Ktc.
709 Duusmuii  St.       Vancouver, B.C.
Skeena   Land   District
District  of
Queen Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE  NOTICE  thai   George    Pal-
,.'     ii'. ittle    "    ib.,  occu-
Skeena   Land   District  —  District  of
Queen   Charlotte   Island.
TAKK   NOTICE   I!,;"   George   Pal-
mer  Might,  of Seattle,  V. a V. 	
PARLORS
l.-issage,    Manicuring,   Scalp   Treatment,  Blectrlc Treatments, Etc.
Mrs.    N.  I.  Ilnndasydc,  Prop.
:.'! 1   Third  SI PRINCE  RUPER1
Teh"j.hop..  448
t '
Q
-.
Delivered to your kite \
door, like groceries
5,
,000 Bottles Yearly
Tlintrwite tato dew ind foe Biidweist
yeai-.
The Anhawwar-Bus
6.)
nilie        UaiaJal        WWaa      aaJW a.a,aaaw       -aa        .   .,       a  . .,,
... ' "       lent   to
I, .a ill     iiS
'
■•■3ch, St, Lo
The Largos* PUrnt of Its.Kind
Vorld
..
I
!■:■■: :   |
chains      north      - '
RITCHIE,   AGNEWI &   CO.
pation   Agent,  Intends to   apply   for pation   Broker,   intent]       -        I;
lissioi ■ i   ii,.- following , ermi    i in  lo  firosi eel  thi   foil
Ib      li " '    toi   . petrol-ideseribi       land
■■ . i  nted tro] ■ ■•
80 cl al i     "■ ■        nd -Si
i ■ . ■ |
north    so    chains,    the ice      i north-wt   ;  corner,
chains.    Ihence    south    SO    chains, chains, thenci 0    I tin ,
thence  wesi   80  chaihs  to the  point 80utll    80   chains,   tlience   wesi     80
..I commencement. chalna  fo  ,,„.   poIn,   of   ,, . 1In, „,
GEORi  E   PALMER   MIGHT,      ment.
Per J.  W.  Connell, Agent., GEORGE   I'M.MIC:   MIG  IT
Dated February 19th, 1915.        aplS per .1.  W.  Connell, Agent.   •/01'btruchon. Reports, Plans, Domin-
Dated  February  20th,   1915,'    apl8 | on. and   Provincial   Land   Surveying,
Skeena  Land  Districl      - Districl   of
Queen  Charlotte  Islan is.
TAKK   NOTICE   that   George   Pal-
Imer  Might,  of  Seattle,   Wash.,   occupation
Civil Engineers and Surveyors
Prince  Rupcit,   B.C.
Waterworks,   Water    Power,    Whari
Skeena   Land  Districl  —  Districl   i f
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
TAKE  XOTICE that  Albert   Scott
■.gent,  intends  to   apply   forjLock, of Victoria, B.  O,   occupation
lermission to prospect  ihe following Agent,  intends  to apply  for permis-
described    lands    for   coal   and   pe- sion to   pro I   the   followini
troleum:     Commencing,  at.    a   post.scribed   lands  for  coal    and    petrol
Wanted    2-1 I        all     easl    of 'the eum: Commencing al a post plan - !
nouth  of  '    isl   River,  tbence  south SO  chains  north  or   the   north
■a   chains,   ii".."   vest    80    chains, corner of Lease No   2435: thenc.
thence north  80  '"..ins.  thenc n  chaini    s-est, then      80 ch ins
" poinl  of commence-1thence   80   chains
aplS    m
'aiectric Blue Printing, Negatives and
While  Prints
ment.
GEORGE  P/      IER
Per J. W. Connell, Agenl
t> -nary   I9tb    1915.
Istrict of
n  Charlotte  Islands.
TAB   !      0T1   E  "
mi .   Hight, of S. .  ■■::
Ion  to
hain tl    i..  ' lie
■ ii.ii. ement.
• i :.: "-r    COTI   LOCI
Per J, W, Connell,   '   ent,
Dated  Februai •    i
-." Iberi .-   coal   an
troleum: .......
!"i   -I chains
mouth  of  v esl   ;' Iver,   I   on.     in
ilns, ■ ■       lair
11 ■. ii.,' soul ti SO i I easl
■
GEO '  ERR,
ram. '''■'.
Dated Febrti ir:    1!   : ,   1915 apl :
I    .rict --   Disi ci, ,   -
'
ner Might,  .
Intend
. Ion to pro ip ■■    the  foi
,   .  ■ ict. of
Queen Cl '    mds,
.    ,.              , i Albei             '
It, i '   .       irl I.  O,  <
I.
Ian coal
ilante
IG0 i
I
i
In
11
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■
■
bed lands I
eum:  Comm  n Ing at a
In    :■ ,■
lence
SO    chains soutl
tlience    noi ■    ■ hain i,
■    ■
■■■
' '     'IT.
Per J. W. C innell, A
Dai*'!   :
Phjne Blue 1SK Res.   Phone 391
UP-TO-DATE
LINOSArS GARTAKEaSTGRAGL
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126   FOURTH
JINGLE POT COAL
If  bandied  by  u ecelv*
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PRINCE    RUPERT    JOURNAL
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GEANITE
GRANITE of best duality and thoroughly tested  for sale
Ont Stone or Crushed Rock in
Quantities
NEIL J. McLEOD   Phone Green 217
OCEAN FISH CO.
Fresh  Fish .Arriving  Every  Day
Outside order-s promptly attended  to
PHONE BLUE 250
PHONE SS4
P.O. BOX 60
FOR
iAPERHANGING
'ainTing
olish1ng and
wall tjnt.jng
HIGH-GRADE    INTERIOR
DECORATING    A    .- PWl'IALTY
Martin Swanson
SEOtWII AVE.1' "      '-'EAR MePKIDK
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LAUNDRY     , |
NOW OPEN  FOR  BUSINESS |
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1|OnI>-  Skilled    Operators   Em- ■
GOVICI.NMKNT WEATHER
REi-OHV.
Furnished   by  *.   W.    Dowling.
For 24 hours ending  5 p.m.
April 10.
Bar. reduced to sea level. .. .30.142
Highest   temperature     49
Lowest temperature 42
Rain       1.40
BILLY SUNDAY AS
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(Continued  from  Page   One.)
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Canadian Steam  Laundry    s
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M.M.S.A.
Masters and Mites prepared "J
for examination.   Compass ad
j uster.
Phone Red 502
"NAUTICAL    ACATII'IMV"
Helgerson Block, opposite
Royal  Hotel
004400 aa4004440a44&tt
Notice is hereby given that on the
£rst day of April next application
will be made to tbe superintendent
of Provincial Police and to the
Board of License Commissioners foi
the City of Prince Rupert for per
mission to change the site of tlie
wholesale liquor business now car
ried on by the undersigned company
from its present premises, namely
Lots 10 and 17, Block 11, Section 1
situate on Second Avenue, City o
Prince Rupert, to piemlses' sifuatf
on Lots 1". and 10, Block 32, Sc
lion I, on Fraser Sireot, in the City
of  i'i ince Ruperl.
Dated this 2T.fh of February, A.D
1915.
Beaver   Wholesale    Liquor   Compaii.
,    of   Prince  Rupert,   Lid.
28faair28 ." C.  A.  SWEET,  Mgr
00044400444044404040004444
B. C. Undertakers
Fuiiorn] Directors and Em-
bolmei's — Satisfaction ('nur-
anleed — Open Day and Night
117 Second Street! Phone 41
l.iuce Morton    -    -    Manager
40044444404>0444444444*4»4i
NOTICE.
The Canadian Patriotic Fund.
Will those who need assletunce
from tbe above fund, resident ln the
city or dislrict and whose breadwinner is on active service with tbe
forces of the Empire or her Allies,
[kindly notify the secretary of the
local organization.
tf W.  B   COLLI"*®!*!,
P.O. Uox 735.
peared in his heavy shoes,- flannel
shirt and knickerbockers; but be did
take off his shoes and run in his
stocking feet. The $1,500 was furnished by Sunday's backers, who
were his fellow players, and who
agreed to give him a percentage,
provided be wou. Billy limped
around before the signal was given
to start, and created  the  impression
Skeena  Land  District  — District  of
Queen  Charlotte Islands.'
TAKE NOTICE that Albert   Scott
Lock,  of Victoria, B. C,   occupation
Agent, intends to apply for Dermis-^»ra,.-.««f1 -a. m-an
sion to prospect tbe following Ae-'""m"mm __Z_- ^OT*
scribed  lands  for   eoal   and   petrol-1 RBOSBiftmoWS,
eum:  Commencing at a post, planted
40 chains east and ben chains north      ^4I
of    tho   mouth    of   Joseph    Creek, Hk»|i
thence   80    .'hains   east,   thence    SO A»aa-(B  "ajal"
chains north, thence 80 chains west, r^pajj^g,.
tbence 80  chains south to the point 'of tJ)e py(>,
be
of commencement.
ALBERT   SCOTT  LOCK,
Per J. W. Connell, Agent.
Dated February 20th, 1915.      apl8
Queen  Charlotte  Islands
TAKE  NOTICE  that George   Pal
that he was not in his apparent cal- mer Might, of Seattle, Wash., occu
ibre.
The impression of the crowd was
greatly changed though, when Ihe
contestants stood on the mark. It
was seen that Sunday's lameness
was only put on and that he prepared   for  the  crack  of   the    pistol
pation Agent, intends lo apply for
permission to prospect the following
described lands for coal and petroleum: Commencing at a post planted
40 chains east and ton chains nortli
of -the mouth of ..loseph Creek,
llience north SO chains, thence west
SO chains, tbence south SO chains,
thence east 80 chains to the- point of
commencement.
GEORGE  PALMER  MIGHT,'
Per J. \V. Connell
with the pose of a veteran. The battle down the line was lnui-h closerjpa'ed February 20th, 1915
than Sunday's supporters expected
il to be. It seems like it was Billy's
habit of causing all sorts of frights
lo his friends by Jeopardizing tbe
result and-afterward snatching   vic-
rla&te of the   Domln-
aeka'f qUewan. art^
"ftja-ipitory,   the"
es anil a pprtlon
ot British Columbia,
tor a term of   twen-
at an annual   rental of
.. Mot more   than   2,800
*6 fltassd to one applicant.
Skeena Land District - District   QttJSg&^JS,**??'____ R
n„e„„  ri,„.ir,He it,i.,nn= ™aw. «>• tBfe "I>P"cant tn person/to
the Agent or Sub-Agent- of the dis-
t£ct in which the rights applie" for
are situated.
In surveyed territory the land
mat be described by sections, or
le-gal subdivisions of sections, and
In unsurveyed territory the tract applied for shall be slaked out. by the
applicant himself.
Bach application must be accom-
lignled by a ft* of "5, which will be
refunded if f"H,e rights applied for
are no't   available,   but   not   other-
NOT-ME is hereby given tliAt on
tho 2Brd day of March next ap»lica
tatoo will be made to the .lupert i.
jn3V1N«l*'«*«» ot- I-rov4iioial Police a#d to
»a* Boartl of License ("ammtssion-
ew Mr the CUtty of Priace IHlttart for
Hertuission to remove the license tor
the*sale of liquor by wholesale from
'the premises known as Iaflts Iti and
16, Block 3.2, Section 1, situate Lt
Prazer Street in tbe City of Prince
Rupert, to the lands described aa
Lots W and 20, Block 23, Section 1,
on Third Avenue In the said City of
Prince Rupert.
DATED this  20th  day of   Febrti
airy, 1915.
PRINCE  RUPERT  IMPORTING CO.
LIMITED.
W.  H1. Marshall, Manager
f21mar22 Applicant.     '
Agent. |5yge. A royofty shall be paid on the
a'11!Mmerchantable output of tiie mine at
'the rate of live cents per ton.
Sheila .Land   District   --  Dislrict.  ot
Queen  Charlotte  Islands', Tbe   ncrson    operating ' tbe    mine
TAKE  NOTICE   that   George   "V. aball furuieli the Agent with   sworn
Kerr,  of  Prince   Rupert,   occupation
described  lands  for coal  and  petrol
tory  from  defeat.    When  ten    yardsjeum:  Cohinioneiiic at a  post  planted
from, the (inisb  he slowly drew away
from   his   contestant   and   Avon    by   a
yard to spare,
.    Besides  the  $2,500  posted   on  the
result  of the race,  it,-was  estimated
that the Chicago players cleared ?,",-
000.
8.0 chaihsj'east and SO chains nortli
of the mouth of West River, tbence
nortli 80 ohains, thence west SO
chains, tlience south SO chains,
tlience east 80 ebains to the point of
commencement:
■ GEORGE   W,   KERR.
Per .Tames F. Redmond; Agent.
Dated February 19th, 1915.    apl8
aMUuf.ns    accounting    for    the    ful|
Prospectoi'i Intends, to apply for iaor-^*»|(*5' ljf merchantable coal mined
mission   to   ; respect    the    following
SMASHED GONVENT IS
MAJOR RIGHT'S GRAVE
Skeena  Land  District — District of
Queen Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE NOTICE  that  Mable Lock,
I of Victoria, 11. C, occupation wife of
| A. S. Lock, intends to apply for permission to prospect the following cle-
Iscribed   lands   for   coal   and    petroleum:  Commencing at a post planted
44444444400004044044404040 |'at    Iho   north-east    corner   of   Coal
Lease No. 2435 (two thousand four
hundred and thirty-five) (Near Otard
Bay), thence northerly SO chains,
thence westerly SO cliains, thence
j southerly SO chains, thence easterly
I 80 chains to the point of commencement.
MABEL   LOC £,
Per J. W. Conn. II,   '     nt,
Dated  February 20th,  1915.      aplS
London Times  Writer Praises  Kool-
eniiy-Iloundilly     Ollicer—"His
Was a Soldier's  Death."
The following letter was received
by the Nelson News from Gerald S.
Rees, formerly of Nelson and now
in Kitchener's army at Ruffey, Sus-f
sex, England, and has to do with
the death of the late Major Rigby.
"Ou    taking   up   the   Times    this
Skeena  Land  Dislrict  — District  of
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE, that  George    Palmer Might, of Seattle. Wash.,  occupation  Broker,   intends  to  apply  for
permission to prospect the following
described lands for coal  and  petrol-
lettm:  Commencing at a post planted
240 chains east and 80 chains south
of   the    south-east   corner   of   Coal
j Lease No.  10020   (near Otard Bnyl,
thence east  SO  rhains,  thence south
SO  chains,  thence   west    SO    chains,
thence north  SO  chains In the point
of coinnieiii-oineul.    •
GEORGE   PALMER   MIGHT,
Per .1. W. Connell, Agent.
Haled  February  20th,   1915.       aplS
41 p.i.v the royalty thereon, If the
•M* mining rights are not being op-
HaHjlMia such returns should be fur
mM  a*  least once a j^ir.
"■te leuse will include the coal
miniag rights otjly; but the lessee
■ay Ife permitted to purchase what-
•wr available surface rights-may be
considered necessary fo.- the work-
"pg ef the mine at the rate of $10
per aore.
For full information application
siould be mado to the Secretary of
the Department of tbe Interior, Ot
tawa, q.r to any Agent or Sub-
Agent of Dominion Lands.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy .Minister of the Interior
i'ayal Naval College of Canada.
The noxt anamination  for the en-
. _y of Naval Cadets, will be held at
fjfclfi exaaaaainatla'a centres of the Oivii
viae  Oounateloii   in   May,    1915
SAFE DfcPQSIT SOXES
For Rent
REASONABLE    KATES
Skeena Land District — District o
Queen Charlotte Inlands.
TAKE NOTICE"."that Harry Mc- **a#e«S8fuI <n»n«*«9s joining tlie col
Mann, of Victoria, D: C. occupation *§• ou •r «*•"** 1* August AaDDll-
Carpenter, intends to apply for per-|**"ons f«r enUiy wttl be received up
mission to prospect the following de- __ ISO. April by the Secretary, Civil
scribed  lands for   coal   and   petrol- p*1^1*3   Oommlsdjon,   Ottawa,    trom
morning the enclosed cutting met myieum:  Commencing at a post planted _A<,™.°alank en,ry forms can now be
160 chains east and 80 chaius south
eyes and  I    read   of   the   death   of |0f Coal licence No. 10020 (south-east
corner),    llience    east    SO    chains,
(hence south so chains, thence wesi ;af fourteen and sixteen on   the  1st
SO ebains, thence north  Se olmins to'July,  J.91'5.
tlle poinl of commenc nt. Further details can be obtained on
HARRY McMANN,      aupUcatlon to the undersigned.
fai     western    land   where   he    \vas|Dated February 20th, 1915.     aplS   i
known  in  the   days   of   peace    andiskeenD   Ulld   Dlsli'lc(   ~"   Distrii!l  of' G. J. DESBARATS,
  ...... Oeputy Minister of the Naval   Service
plenty  before the   outbreak   of  ibis ■      „  ,-.   ,;,,   ,,  rslauds,. Bepartment of the Naval Service,
terrible  war. TAKE  N'OTl 'E thai   Pbyllis Pur-i-
Alajor Rigby with the deepest regret. The sorrow for the loss of a
gallant gentlemen will be felt in the
obtained
Candidates for the examination tn
May next must be between the ages
%  Sri
/%«&&
£9
a*U>
jg ''^^.^titsr
-.Tatla.'-'
CANCEIa-IiATKIN
NOTICE   OF   CANCELLATION     OF
RESERVE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the Reserve existing on Detention
Island by reason of a Notice published in the British Columbia Gazette on
the oOth of .May, 1912, is hereby can
celled.
R.  A.  RENWICK,
Deputy Minister < f Lands
Department of Lands,
Victoria, B.C.,
October  19th,  1914.       o2!
Free
THE
Continental Trnsl
Company
S* >•"■''*
sbee.r.    . ml   Dlstrl 'l  - - District of
.' '"■■ lotti   ! lands.
' - ■'-;      "V. ;;•..'    ,- „j        ;.   nge     \y
■..'"'• :-    ■  ''. ■■   .rl.  ll. C., occu-
!"..   Intends   to  a  plj
ii i.  i.. pros i .•    the   fol-
"There  ivere   m ny of ns .. b'o
tended the fa ewe'll  rec iption to
first contingenl in Nelson In the fall
of  las:  year  who  doubtless  held   in ''ost planted  2-10 chains east of the
,   . ,.       ,,        , , :"    li-ensl   corner  of   Coal    Licence
'...nd  then  tne solemn, thought  thai  a:.,   loo,0  ,„„,,, otard n,vK .,iencB
li'inie of these bra;     men  li-eie then soath    80   chains,   thence   enst    SO
bidding their 1: il    avfh!    far. i .
Ottawa, January 8tb,  191B
Hnauthoi;iaed publication   gf   this
advertisement will not be paid for.—
■:;...' described   lands   for   coal!fWWj .ja28
nd   petroleum:    Commencing   at    a'  	
..-;"• of Victoria. P. C, occupation
a-- wife of il. M. Burgess Intends to
the ;""l"i'"" permission fo prosnecl  tho
JAMES GILMORE
chains,
e   point
'. .- ■ lb cl
The TlGuimg loan-a!
50c. per month
for eoal and
...ciii';   al   a   post
•i •'.';■■! oi' the mouth
nee    ioi'tb    '"
•    n .'..:.". ■ ■
'.''.'      'Al.'s'      Su
of    lommonce-
cbalns, tbence norih sn
thonce west 80 chains to I
of commencement.
PHYLLIS   BI'RGESS,
Pc .1    \V.  Connell, Agent.
very acute find the price of'victory i,; lialed February !0th, 1015.     ap!8
li-eir friends and loved one
memory   of   thai    farewell
. and  th<
become;
Ill-Ought    I'll..;:,    to
-.'.,,,
ment.
' "iiini* w: kerr,
I       ,1a nes F. Redmond, Agent.
Dated  February  ' nil,  1915,    aplS
|akeena   Land  Districl   — District of
WftlJIKHWiKHaHKHKHKl-ltl -CHKK10 0 OO 0000* fi 04 O040ot#<*4**> C
RUPERT MARINE IRONWORKS AND
SUPPLY CO., LIMIT D
vYATKi:|.'i:ONT,   PIMM:)';   RUl'KRT
I0NGIN1-RR8,     MACHINISTS    4WD  MA(*HI*n~UY  OONTRAOTORfl
Specialists  iu   Marine  Power   PIuiiik.  Oil.  Sle.i.ii,  or Gasoline.
II. O. Coast Agents for tlie British IXronakeul Houil-Dloaol Oil I'.n-
glue—ilie most rcdinhio and economical, and the olioapesi
power for llirfiinj; boats, luns and passenger »onstal,s.
Standard ciun Ehujune Oompanf'i I"ii!^ikn and Parts in stock.
name
■ one .'"'■" '■■,'' •■ ''i'l :i-'-' li:i ' u
•.titled to England's Roll of Honor,
but his memory will ever be held
most. dear. The spirit of sacrifice Is
not dead, and the music, the melody
of the 'One Clear Call', sounds over
land and sen wherever the sons ot
Empire  have made their homes."
The article referred to by Mr. Rees
in  his  letter is as follows:
"Wo bad our first  real li
:"'!• icna Land District — District of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKH NOTICE that George Palmer Might, of Seattle, Wash., occupation Broker. Intends to apply for
permission to prosnecl the following
described lands for coal and petroleum: Commencing at a post planted
Hin chains east of tbe south-east
comer Of Conl Licence Nn. 10020.
thence eisl so chains, thenc* south
80 chains, thence w«st SO chains,
thenco north 80 chaius to the point
of commence!;, int.
GEORGE   PALMER   MIGHT,
Per .1.  W. Connell,  Agenl.
"1:l'-|l)ni«(i  February 22nrt. 1015.      aplS
when   we  lost   our  company   officer, —-—■	
, Skennn   Land   Dislrict      -   llintrlct   of
He was shot by a Ler., 0„n„„  Charlotte  rBlanag,
TAKE   NOTICE   that   Alberl   Pcolt
.Major Rigby
'man   sniper  In   the   trenches,   I  need
W-"^M
would not express the sense of loss
which we all feel. No one could ever
wish for ii liner ollicer or a better
gentleman—we can never havo a
soldier like him again and as time
goes on wo shall feel his loss the
more.
"Our poor major did not know
fear. His idea was to Inspire his
men, and in that be had succeeded.
We all hope we shall soon have n
chaii.e io avenge his death, Ills funeral   was  a   most  fitting one.   fie was
Lock, of Victoria, B, 0,, occupation
Agent and Salesman, Intends to apply for permission to prospect the
following described lands tor conii
and petroleum:   Commencing   at.   a
post planted SO chains east of the
south-east corner of f.oal Lease No.
10020 (near Otard Bay), thence
south SO chains, tbence east 80
chains, thenco north SO chains,
thence, west. 80 chains to the point
of commencement.
ALBERT SCOTT  LOCK,
Per .1,  W. Connell,  Agent.
Datod   February 20th,  1915.        ap!8
m_u  -ft a. _j,___, :^.^jM^_^'
SI..I, Iron, Oils, Wire Hope. BalMta r.t.iiAnj.7, It. C. Wood Pntaaajv,
Columbian Bronzo I'i "p .-.!(.-■». sioth^m Hulat'aiot», De/names ujjfl
Marine  AcceSSOaHeS,
Repairs—First-class equipment nnd utatr far MacUiiiti iuid »Wp m-
paira,
P.O. BOX 515 -mmiiiWE 843
$a>oooaowaa'itfa>oooftoarti&arj*uo/^^
-.v ofllc'ers stood as hn was carried
|through the boys from the trenches,
I who were getting rations to bring
back with them, lie was laid to rest.
bis  uniform   by  the  Hash  of
i guns  and  the  Hare   of   the   senrch-
iligbt. and star shells.  His was a soldier's end!"
Skeena  Land   District — District  of
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE  NOTICE that  Albert   Scott
Lock, of  Victoria,   B.  C,  occupation  _
Salesman,  intends  to  apply  for  por-1 _   *""
buried   near   a   smashed   convent-—a j mission   to    prospeel    tie    following
described lands for coal nnd petrol-
oum: Commencing al a post planted
100 chains east of the south-east
corner of Coal lacase No. 10020
(near Otard Buy), tbence north Sn
chains, Ihence easl sn chains,
thejthence Bouth 80 chains, thence west
8t) chains to the point of commencement.
ALBERT   SCOTT   LOCK,
Per ,1.  VV. Connell, Ageat,
Hated February 20th, 1916.    nt 18
ARCHITECT
Second  Ave. Near McBrlde  St
H^TCTwRramir
GUARilNTaEElJ
American Silk
HOSWKY
WE   WANT   J*OC   TO   KNOW
THESE   HOSE
They stobd the test when all
others failed, f hey glue real
foot comfort. ;1*hejr-have no
seaihs to rip. TlfeVVneVSr become loose and Baggjjji as the
staije Is, knit in, not, Abased in
TJiey are GDARANTlilEfD for
fmenests, Tor styl i, for lunerlor- K
Ity of material aud wfeiRmfin- O
s(tiu,.;alHBtilutely stainl k.aB'd to S
wear Rl:;. niout'.;; v.'.thojut holes O
or.reolaced  by new piilra free. 3
. Our I'-.-ee Offer S
To every one .-sending us SOc 0
a to cover shipping charges, we S
g will send,- subject to dilty, ati- 0
5  sahttcfly   free; 4
g       Three  pairs  of   our   famous  0
fi   men'*    A M„E R J C A N    SILKS
S  HOSE  with  written   guarantee,
X any color, or
Three pairs of our ' Ladies'
Hose, In .alack. Tan or White
colors, with  written guarantee.
DON'T     DELAY--Offer    expires  when  dealer  In  your   locality  is   selected.   Give   color
Ijj  and  size desired.
Tho International   Hosiery Co.
21 Blttner Street
Dayton, Ohio .       B   I'.S.A.
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•r.  of  Pleat, »T<-.  end   Uiglilh  St.
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i letiHiwl, Iti-larttitwt and Iteet
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Second Aveuue
Phone 116
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