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VOL.  V.
PRIXCE  RUPERT,  B.  C,   WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28,  1.915.
Price   .">   Cents.
NO. 142.
CANADIAN LOSSES LARGELY FROM POIS
LAND FORCES SUCCESSFUL NEAR THE DARDANELLES
.ARMIES OF aAJaUES a4DVANCING ON FRENCH FRONT
Land Forces of Allies
Occupying Both Sides
Of The Dardanelles
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Canadian Losses Largely From Gas
London, April 27.—Tlie War Oilice announces that the medical examinations show that lhe Canadian soldiers who losi their
lives in the recent lighting did so noi, so much from ivounds In.'.
by poisoning by the noxious guscs employed by the German enemy.
April
i.—An    ollicial
London,
report says:
"After a (lay's hard fighting and
difficult counter moves our troops
landed on the Gallipoli Peninsula.
They are thoroughly making good
their  footing,   with  effective  help.
"Five hundred prisoners were
taken by lhe allied forces under
General Sir Ian Hamilton, who effected a landing on both sides of the
Dardanelles under excellent conditions. Our forces are continuing
the advance."
French Landed.
Paris,  April    2 7.—French    troops
LAST GERMAN SHIP
.Melbourne,  April    27.—ll    is *
; officially announced that a Brit- *
* ish  warship    lias   captured   the *
* German    trading    steamer   El- "
* friede, which, it is believed, was *
* the last German ship   free   on *
* the Pacific. *
have occupied Kainkaleh. a Turkish
fortress on the Asiatic side at the
entrance lo Ihe Dardanelles.
MEANS MILLIONS
TO THE PROVINCE
H. S. CLEMENTS,   M.  P.,   SPEAKS
Ol   PRINCE RUPERT'S PISHING ADVANTAGES.
How   New   Order-in-Council   Works
Om   Explained ni
Nelson.
ll. s. Clements, M. P. i'or Comox-
Atlin riding, came wiih R. F. Green,
M. I'., io Nelson, says the Nelson
News. Continuing, tlie News says
that during the last session he succeeded in having an Order-in-Council
passed Changing a law made by tlie
old Dominion Governmenl which
Change lias and will mean millions
of dollars to Britisii Columbia ports.
A Seattle newspaper has calculated
that tlie United States has already
lost $3,500,000 to Canada because
of Iliis new regulation. Asked about
the Order-ln-Councll, .Mr. Clements
outlined its merits.
About fourteen years ago the government Ihen in power passed a law
requiring that all American Iisbing
boats taking tisb  in   neutral   waters
j beyond the three-mile limit and
wishing to ship them into Hie United stales through Canada, must
comply wiih stricl regulations. The
fish must be caught by American
boats carrying American fishermen
and Iliis American company which
owned the boats if it wished lo ship
through Canada must bond them at
Hie Canadian port, deliver tlieni lo
one of Iheir own selling places and
sell (lie lish themselves. This could
be done by wealthy corporations bin
independent fishermen could nol
comply. Therefore these boats made
lhe 600-mile trip to Seattle or an
Alaskan port. Canada got none of
Iheir trade.
Under the Order-in-Council this is
not so. An American-owned boat
may carry a Canadian crew. The advantage of this can be at once realized. Next, the American boat can deliver its catch to a fish-buying company at Prince Rupert or other
points, instead of wasting time and
fuel by running south into Seattle.
The Canadian fish buyer may bond
the fish through Canada to a selling
house in tlle United States.
There are many advantages from
(Continued on  Page Four.)
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In Vicinity Of Ypres
British And French Are
Pushing Way Forward
All
.llicial
Russian Armies Are
Continuing Advances
At Eastern Front
Paris,  April  27
port says:
"To the .north ef Vires our progress continues as well as that of the
British army. We have taken a number ol"  prisoners and  have   captured
ia   quantiy   of    material,    Including
| bomb throwers and machine guns.
I     "On  the  front at  Les Parges the
Petrograd, April 2 7.—An official
report says:
"Near Ossowetz there lias been an
intermittent artillery duel.
"Skirmishes on the left bank of
the Vistula ended  in our favor.
"In the Carpathians the enemy
after a long artillery preparation
assaulted the heights to the northeast of Oroszenaatak. Tlie storming
parties got as far as the barbed
wire   entanglements   on   our   front
where  they  were mowed   down   by [ ■
our fire.
"The enemy delivered fruitless attacks east of Uzsok  Pass.
"In tbe direction of Stry there
has been stubborn fighting. A complete Austrian battalion surrendered.
"Our air-craft successfully dropped bombs on German aeroplanes at
the Aerodome at Annilti. During the
day we damaged and captured two
German-Austrian aeroplanes."
German attacks have been completely  repulsed.   Al   one  poini   on    the
ronl  alone all oilier estimates  the
killed were nearly a thousand.
"We have taken an offensive and
progressive movemenl al Hartraann-
weilerkopf. After retaking the summit we advance.! two hundred metres
down the eastern slopes."
HAD TO SPEND NIGHT ON
ISLAND IN t 1.1
Local Men Had Unenviable
ance Over Night,
:£H1IIY ISLAND TM FOR
PRINCE RUPERT
I'vpcri-
INDEPENDENT    KISHERMEN     <>\
QUEEN     CHARLOTTES    TO
BRING CATCHES.
.Messrs.   Johnson and   Nichols   of:
the Canadian  Fisii  & Cold   Storage  .
"   I
Company, with a friend from Digby,   News  From Graham  Island  Respecting the Development
Nova   Scotia,  had    an    accident    onl
William Manson Back
From Queen Charlottes
Sunday   while  on  a    holiday   excursion to Cloyah  Day which  proved a
very exhausting one to them,
Willie   they  were   ashore
Then
The Member For The District Made£'
An Inspection Of The Country To
Ascertain The Needs For Coming'
Season--Road Supt. With Member.
I Special Correspondence, I
getting!     Massett,     April     26.—The     iittle
lunch  cooked on Sen.lay the launch  daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Blades, of
drifted onto a rock.   As the tide was  Massett, died lasl week. Tin   funeral
going  out   all  attempts  to   gel    tin    . ende.   bj all ol the n   Idents
craft off failed, li finally tip    d  fo     of the town, Rev, W. Creary oiBclat-
|ward sufficient to fill with water and  Ing at the church and gravei   li
The occupants had lo make to       -,-:„. Ias| Ili;, ,,, lil(, „„.,,„„,. Pji„co
shore in a  dory. Jol]n  WRS m Sll]Hl.lV| ,,,,,  ,Mi|  |ns(.
The landing was made on an  isl- Naden     Harbor and   Porl   Clements
(Continued on  Pago Four.)
Luncheon   Today.
Statement As To Light and Telephone
The superintendent of light and telephone departments reporl in;? to
lhe Cily Council on the c.sis and earnings for March submitted the following:
Labor, Material. "i".
Generation    $788.60 SH7.."s $936.18
Maintenance    226.90 39.20 266.IC
General expenses   489.25 242.67 7ii.nr
Sinking fund and interest, steam... 556.93
Sinking In ml and  Interest, hydro... 916,60
Last night William Manson, the
representative of this district, returned from the Queen Charlotte
Islands, lie is wearing a rather
strongly discolored optic which
prompted those who saw him into
believing that he had undertaken to
deal with bis political opponents on
the Island in a manner suggestive of
the laying on of hands. He, however, denies that there were any en-
o tint ers and lie has witnesses to
clear his reputation. The accident is
I.lamed on a rough sea with fulling
material on board ship.
continue to Increase from now on.
Mr. Manson when his attention
was called to the report circulated
through tlie columns of the Liberal
organ that be had to withdraw statements at Lawn 1-1111 laughed. He says
nothing of Hie hind was done by
him and was not necessary, lie had
not attempted to claim the province
was not liable for lhe guarantees
made to the railway companies. He.
however, had stated dial the province had not been called upon lo
far lo  bear any  liability.
were not included in the schedule. It
is proposed bj the (.'. T. P. Comi any
to run a fortnightly freighl steamer
to Massett during the summer.
William    .Manson.   .M.    P,  P.,   and
Tbe regular monthly luncheon of
the Board of Trade will be held today on the G. T. I', steamer Prince | Joseph  Merryfield are on the Queen
Charlotte Islands visiting the various towns, A meeting ivas held in
Massell on the 20tli inst., al which
a large number of people heard the
Cons, rvative candid it. give an ac-
. ..urn of hi- stewardship during the
i Continued on Pave Pour, i
I
Rupert at  1  p.in.    Rev. 11. IL Grant
is to deliver an address on "Pioneers
and Pioneering." The subject is one
wiih which iie is particularly familiar, having pioneered himself in
Western Canada and British Colun
bia for the besl pan of a lift time,
Total operating costs
Light and power acct
Service charges   ....
Rebates	
Total net earnings
Net  revenue   	
REVENUE,
 $4,686.12
        24.00
,669.12
340.94
*3,387.8C
$4,212.18
824..13
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Railway Officials On Steamer
The G. T. P. steamer Prince Rupert whicli arrives this morning has among her passengers W. P. Hinton, the assistant traffic
manager of tbe CL T, P. Mr. I Union is one of the mosl popular
of the company's officials. He Is accompanied by Mr, Duperow, of
Winnipeg, nssislant general passenger agent, who was formerly in
charge of the ofilces in Vancouver. Another Included In the party-
is T. ,1. Pbelan of Ibe Canada Railway News. The party will remain in Prince Rupert on business connected with their respective
companies until Saturday.
1Oa"H?fl,>l"H"")'H*0^^
;;: SPLENDID CONCERT
FOR REGIMENT
Mr. Manson, win. vent  to Hie is!
anils to look over Hie situation frc
the   Btandpoinl   of    Ihe    roads    an.!
trails, as is usually done by him, ivas
iccompanied  by John    Manson,   tin   KXCHLLENT PIKKillAM.MK (IIVIOX
...ad superintendent, and   I. E. Mer-i      .\'l' WRSTHOLMK TIM'.Villi'
.-field.   Tlie  Member   look   occasion
LAST    I'VI'XINfl.
ui meel the residents at the tlifferenl 	
points and discussed public Questions prince  Lupin's Locul Talenl  Again
with them.   Meetings   were held   ai Acquitted itself in Line
Tow   Hill,   Massett,    Naden,    Woden
River,   Porl   Clements,   Seward,    Te-
eli. Lawn inn, and Queen Charlotte
City:
At all these points lie had good
attendances at the gatherings. From
a political point of view, Mr. Manson
found the residents strongly supporting the Government,
' Mr. Manson is pleased wiih lhe
progress that the settlers are making. There are increasing evidences
that tlie Islands will make a splendid showing. As far as the roads are
concerned he was well pleased also.
I'nder the conditions that prevailed
on the Islands the building of roads
was difficulty The last year's work,
however, bad made a much greater
showing than was accomplished in
previous years and  the  results  will
Style.
  1
A  splendid  concerl   was given  last
evening  in    the   Westhol    Theatre
under the 68th Rglmsnt. The object
in view was lo supply tobacco for
the local contingent at the front.
Major McMullin announced before
tbe close ihat $136 hud been raised
as a resull of lhe concert and this
would be forwarded lo Col. Peck.
The entertainment was oi a very
varied character. The orchestra rendered several very choice selections,
while tlie City Blind under A. I'res.-
cott also contributed one number.
Principal    Ilrady    of    the     High
School recited The Eve of Waterloo,
and  being encored  gave Tbe Charge
of the Heavy Brigade. An exhibition
(Continued  on  Page Four.)
Earnings Of Telephone For March
The telephone departi t's menl   "i   ■. -i-   am    i   rnii        for
March shows the follow Ing
Laboi ilati                   Total,
nance             $247.06 fi             1249.75
General expei                          s 13.80 I                      sso.75
■      and sliil, ng fin 248.50
Total 0| aratlni   cosl          71 ,00
REVENUE
Total  colli cii.'ii-  f ir  month .     . ,....  $1,921.00
Surplus  for month   Ii lu.oo
CAPITAL,
Labor       $ 3.50
Material        90.87
$94.37
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l Attorney General Bowser Coming
H m. W. •!. Bowser, Attorney-General of lhe Province, will   arrive by the G, T. P, steamer Princ Ruperl this   morning.    He   li
accompanied by Mrs.  Bowser and c\: ts io proceed i" Anyox dis
evening.   The ni    will I '. v sor is making Is one llihl I n   ni
lltlcal significance, ii is believed. [Io Is making ii largely for the
i .ii',.'.-■■ of having a brief recreation, The Attorney-General Is the
victim of attacks of whal Is commonly known as hay fever in the
spring of the year A water irip Is usually found to give him relief from ||
40044444400000000000000000000000000000000000000000404 Wednesday,  April  28,  1916.
PRINCE   RUPERT   JOURNAL
tettHCC   KUVCtt    ^F^fWKtt associates apparently ignore the fact
.__ Great   Britain   Is   not    bounded
Teleplione 138.
     __|'"' .. line i.;' forts, :.:iil populated by j
O. H. NELSON. Editor. Every man at ,
'W'"W>**«HttH*HaH«^ !
Product No.
CHmtaiiis  abcui
$1.50
lbs.
the  from    is  there  of  his  own   free
will,   fight Ing  for .il!   that   men   hol.l
1 irmination to
easi   Into  obi .ion      en     ...    plan
ind ldi ich a        i-nhardl
couni i      ■  ..        :'
Offlce- 128 Third Avenue East,
near (IcBride Street. Telephone 138:
Post" i    807.
DAILY   EDITION.
Publ    led       ■   excepl
Mom!.- a l,
city a     .       - lowing rate, If paid Ini, .. ;,.
aa-... .-nn
gi'    '.::'.'     '•■ •■ ■■' "'
Tl    ll  nths    $1.25 „
It   hi.i   paid   In   advance
per Mon,tb   	
J
I lid   sll.illhi-       tO i.i. i      '■
i tie r ol
,    ■ nee i
■ i-enci    bj
...            then l'.
.KI.Y   EDITION.
Published every  Friday  tor  circu
lation   outside   the   City   ot   Prince
p., nor I   ■('   52 '"!  a   .'• ar,  addressed   to
KUpu     a',,'-'   ,	
points .a Canad i; or
»'l   points   In  the  United    King.bmi i.
the   U other   foreign
coin.: 1' I
Advertising  Bites  Upon Application
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Liirll  2S,  1015.
Mil. I'OWSKIi'S \ ISIT.
Hon.   "'    t. Bi ■    a the
citj
wh affection
of tb lo ibtful 11  In
be abl      i  i I I • bl •
lu re dm is visit..  1     u'ts will be
mud''   o havi   him   lo so ii  Ik   f. ■
lii  al  ;'il to do it.
■iVLKNllII)   FOR   PLUMBERS
The Mle of Pre luct No. 1*9 in strictly
conlir-'d    to   tl e    high-class   supply
honsen.    Its   coil   of   manufacture   is
therefore   not  tffect*d   by   Dept.    or
"price   :utting n-tore"  influence   thai
n off-i drives manufacturers to the
ol   inferior  chemicals   and   pro-
s   M.r is  the dealer allowed to
he i-   .il : .:"<' under penalty
lai ag    i. Is   . ipply   terminated
A POWERFUL SOLVENT FOR
CLOGGED UP DRAIN PIPES
"00" destroys ..iiiin.il..!i..n-  .r  lint,    puper,    cloths,    linlr,   slime,
grease,   vegetables,  Bonp,   I'rull und  many others,   li  Is liui-mless tu
lines plumbing.
DON'T ARGI E DO.VT    IT!"   OFF TEST    IT
reparation  has been  io generally    successful    In
us that it i- boughl        . ..nd over again  by   those   who   have
tried it, hut inasmuch as no dii   can know the actual condition ex-
liin a pipe, il Is    bsu   i  . ■■ Impossible for the manufacturer or the   le tier to - 1    rei u i.
CHEM'CiiL PRODUCTS CO., NEW YORK
harry'Ihanson
mm
G.T.P.
Steamship Sailings
FOR VANCOUVER
S.S. Prince Rupert every Friday at 9 AM.
S.S. Prince John every Sunday at 7.30 P.M.
II Hi
THK    KELIAIILE    PLUMBI'I*
THK    SKST   IN   PLUMBING    AND    KKAT1NG    PHONE    481)
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AN ANANIAS BRIGADE.
The Liberal organ seems to have
a ready staff of political correspondents that are not particularly bound
bj such a cumbersome thing as
truth-telling, The reports" of meetings from these correspondents appear to be very far from the plain
unvarnished truth in fact. Tlie latest
one is that William Manson was
made o retract statements ho made
at Lawn Hill. The news conies as
real news to Sir. Manson himself.
GEIIMANY'S  HATRED.
1 Contributed  Et( i i.'.v.i
■'!  Dernhardi's book  on   Hie
coming  war, and  his recenl  newspaper       li le .  vary  In  man;
and the mosi astonishing discrepancy
is  ■ ;c  foreca il  of  the aid  the   Outposts   of   Empire   would   be  able    to
... ;:." li' his of France and  Belgium.    Bernhardt figured  that  "England" >'. ould must, r 2fiu,0'l0 soldiers,
nnd a majority of them would be re-
quiri (1 for home defense. He con Id ■
ered  ii;.'   'English" n ivy as superior
in    every   respect    to    the    German
is;  but late       hai   our
rould be v oun down   by   con-
. - >    ol   the
u  Would
■• war
d   ■'.   numj    that
all pi'
i ho
■
tin
er positloi        I      ;    ■
otirse  had i    on '
' il war. j
Bei nhai 11  and  bis  Ilk 11
Innoi ■ ii'     German   nation    Into
ni   war  with   the   slogan
rade   ind
. Ri '■      . .    nd Britain
iver ■■ .
' .    eagli       '   I.     .: terril
ii    i a :     .• ii- ■
tiers laii      ""ver; thing  in
the   course   suffered    extermination:
ii.ii   Bei nbardi's  plans,   car'rli d    oul
almosl   to  the   letter,    met    a ch. cli
■-. hii li    brought   rn   the   battlefields
armies  thai   proved  superior   to  the
modi i'ii Huns. The "Bombastus Puri-
oso" ..]  Germany will shortly   hai"
an   opportunity   to   write    another
volume,   and   ll   is to  be   hoped   that
.'■iii  . :■' hange  the  swoi.1   [or   cowl,' i
doing penance for the remainder ..iIPt*w>a.i^tmi*"iKHKHKHKKKB^^
his life rs a little balm  for his ser-  &is^-fctti}fi3-a>aKi<HS>^^
lied soul.
S5.-S
Coal, Cement,, Plaster and Brick I
AND A COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDERS' SUPPLIES
WESTHOLME LUMBER CO., LTD.
First Avenue       Prince Rupert        Telephone 186
For  Massett-   S.  S,  Princ. a every .-   ond  - itu   I  .-' at  I')   p.m.
ommi nping  April  I 7.
For Naas River points- S. S.   rinci  John i .ery second Saturday LO
p.m., • ommencing Api I] -'4.
For Anyos    S, S.  Prince Qoorge every  Wednesday at  midnight.
Passeuge
train carrying elec;rlc Us ite' : er and parlor cafe
.•ar leaves (or thi ou VV. Inesd ti ' at   10
a.ui.
Through  tourisl  sleeping car to St. Paul ■   aesday.
For through  tickets,  reser atiou    md   full  inl tion   apply   to
G. T. P. Tickel Offlce, Third Ave ; ". cy all Atlantic Steamship  Lines.
j-Afj-Mm-anHWD
BLUE AND GRAV.
I Col. Lowery In Tlie Ledge.]
It is *'ii years ago tomorrow since
Lee handed his sword to Grant, and
the gray laded into the blue. .Iiisi
50 years since the Southern Confederacy lost Its cause and the Stars
and stripes again swish...i in the
lire. ,'.• of every state in the Union.
The American War was a stirring
ev.'iii that filled the land with
heroes, tram] orators, pensioners,
and Pullman car porters. It was
mainly an oliicers' war. Ou1 of the
million men we have known who
took pari in It, only one was a pri-
vat. . ind he could not speak English. The red hand of .Mars broke
'!:'■ bearl of the chivalrous South,
and the blood mark Is not yel ■ n
lively washed away. Time in its
ceaseless grind will eventually obliterate  It,  and  ere  another  50   years
over the dump ol  oblivii	
thos.     brol   i rs,    Yank
be lefl I ho i
murder, d each
■  other   baltl. ■
fields.
under   tbe
.lowers uind  the
i
Thompson Hardware Co., Limited
Rifles and Shot Guns
Ammunition
Camping Supplies
PHONE 101, P.O. DRAWER 1015 330 SECOND AVE.
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Canadian Pacific Railway
PRINCESS MAQUINNA,
FOR ALASKAN PORTS, MAY 3rd
PRINCESS MAY
SOUTHBOUND, SUNDAY 8 P.M.
J. G, .".icNAII, General Agent, coiner Third  Ave.   and   Fourth   St.
I, Ij M
SHINGLES, MOULDINGS, SASH, DOORS
Prince Rupert Lumber Co.
FIRST AVE. AND "IcDIUDK ST. PRIXCE KUPEU'l
Phone 25 Branch Yard at Sniithers. B.C,
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I THE UNION STEAMSHIP CO. OF B.C. LTD'
| S.S. VENTURE
Southbound Tuesdays at 8 p.m.
| Sailings for Granby, Simpson and the Naas
I Sundays at Midnight
S    ■'"■''■ '"■■ "' '_,      For further particulars apply to
i    JOHN   BAJRNSIaEY',   AGENT        :: 681 Second Ave., Phone 508
5 Agency  Atlantic    Steamships.
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Capital     8   11,500,000
Reserved   Fund.., iji  112,500,000
& Total   Assets    1(1185,000,000
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Savings Bank  Depnrtmenl—$1  ivill open an account
Ri'imches   Throughout   Caniidn mid  Hanking Connections Willi All
Parts of die I'nited Suites. Agenl       lirou ;hout the World.
11.  P. WILSON. Manager        - - Prince    Ruperl    Branch
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Don't loin*! w wield,* Ten C
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BEING A MANUAL OF GOOD RECIPES carefully
chosen froi
cotiiributlons   of  over  two  thot
eBcct-fisful ukm of Jiv; Rosfa Flour ilirougliout Canada.
Also Useful Nolcs on the vnngus cIasscs ol good ihings
tn r-M. all ol which havtf been, carefully checked and
re-checked by competent authority.
Mdiesuoiir Livelopt lo LAKE 8f THE WOODS MILLING CO. LIMITED. WINWWS
Distributora Prince itupert, B.C.
MOHI.KV KI'M.LV,  0OI*GIjAS * CO,
HTKWAHT
as
-
Coal, Furnitiire Moving, Baggage
and Heavy Teaming
W. J. CRAWFORD, alanager
PHONE 566 0ffice and Resiaence:
1000 THIKD AVE.
The Morning Journal
50 cents per Month PRINCE   RUPERT   JOURNAL
VVednesd: y,
28,   1911.
INTERESTING LETTER FROM
THK  FIRING  LINE
Lewen   Tugwell   Writes   of   Experiences on French  Soil   With
tlie British Forces.
Into some lines... near,    li
There
We are really at the .fronl now.
At the presenl time 1 am In a redoubt a shorl distanc i bi hind Hie
Bring line. Wi do nol have much to
do yet. but the ground Is I In
and the warm wi i thei is conilug on,
so  things  oughl b igln   to
stir. 'I here Is nol n i
on, though ni times tin n are shorl
bursts .ui both sldi . Quite a number of shells pass ovei he id. Ymi can
hear them whistling through thi iii
and then bursting.
When we flrst arrived in ' in
we thought ne were to be billeti ! In
some town lorn f< iv ■" ks, but ln
stead of that they moved us sti
up to the iiriii'i line. Thej move
troops in cattle trucks, 10 men
crowded Into each car, which Is
smaller than a i tu lai bos car. It
waa Imj osslble to lie lown atr: li '
and as we came a roundabout way
and were several days en runic it
was a pretty uncomfortable ji uriu y.
Bin we saw quite a bil of the i oun-
try. We iver.' billeted in a farm a
good many miles behind the Bring
line for a few .lays and Ihen marched up. 11 was a march, too! Cobblestones nearly all the way, and loaded up with equipment and ammunition. We then had a few days breaking in. Each platoon bad a twenty-
four-hour shift in the firing line
with the regulars and several days'
fatigue work, building redoubts and
digging trenches al nighl behind the
firing line. We were being sniped al
during the trench-digging. The
sergeant of the regulars who was
show in'-: us how to do things was
shot and killed by a si ray bullet.
He had been oul ever since the war
began and had just come back from
leave to England. Alter a week of
thai they mined us hero, where we
have -om.' trenches of our own to
bold.
The worst casualty al prei .in is
the -Major who was In command Of
our double i ompany. He was sliol
.. few .lays ago while in..kin.: over
the top of the trench, lie Is supposed to have been through seven campaigns withoul getting n single
wound. There have been several
other casualties. In nearlj evei y cas<
Ihey hin.' been hil in the head bj
snipers when nol keeping down low
eno'iLih There have been one or two
narrow escapes. One colonel wai
Ing ,. g a '..'!..''  " ii'1 ;i"' i"
and was keeping up n little too
much when a sn Ipe i nighl hiiu
The bullet wenl through 111
aa.
it in ol       ■ ■ ft I     la j
head. A  pri    Lo had       Pn  1'ov    •
quarti i-  inch   dpi
the to]
and
ture of the ground makes it Impossible to dig more than a foot or two
down into the clay. It is a very flat,
low-lying country, only relieved by
ugly rows of willow trees and ditches. The rest of the trench has to be
built un with these sand-bags, with
earth and soils In front and over for
purposes of concealment from aeroplanes, etc.
Other   iver:;,   su. ll
Skeena  Land  District
District of
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
TAKE;  XOTICE    that    George    W.
Kerr,  of  Prince  Rupert,   occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for per
Skeena  Land  District
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE  NOTICE   that  George   Palmer  Might, of Seattle,  Wash., occupation   Agent,  Intends  to   apply   for
District  of Skeena  Land   Districl
District of
mission   .o   prospeel    the    following permission to prospect the following ..
described  lands for coal and petrol-  -
eum: Commencing at a posl planted
240 cliains eat I of the mouth of West
River, thence easl   so chains', thence
Bouth   80   chains,    thence    west   80
Engines   Installed   and    Gen
Repairs
I-    to en iin o chains, tl
the point o         imen                               north 80 Int of co
1011          IV.   KE LR,              .     ,    ,,
.1           '■' '              P. Rod             '      ■ ■ ,   Mi0HT
I'l...!.: '      ' ,.     I
water  and   ration      Iso   , ,    to    be
iiieen ■        nds,
TAKE  v"'i ICE e Pal
mer Might, ol  Seal:l". \ ash., occ i-
pation  Broker,  Intend to a    '    for
,   permission  to e   olio Ivy-Acetylene  Plant   iu   Con.
lei Tibed  h '.' ■  ..      "...  and  petrol- .     .
"' '*: Ci icln nostjPhone Red 150 Third
Ins 	
...  the I i uith . er, then
Ins, '        outb
a ■:
■
done after dai It.        ring
m i
Skeena  I - ■       '
e night | q Islands.
both   sld rockets.  If yo r/AKE .NOTICE 1   t '
.,,.., ,. |Kerr, of Prli I
an  ci"-.   t. ii-ing line have,prospect.!
I"  be . a., ful  iu duel, or stand still |m,ssl
„ i,      ,. , described Ian il and petrol
'   '  ■ i t planted!
gun or sniper will ... i you.
J. H. IIILDITCII
Contractor and Builder
i all   (lasses oil
v. I'd In-.-   unull  ...   large.   Personal  ultentl n  given  t.. evi ■■ y ll    . .
...    .
I
Ai   the end  ol   the    h        I ■
80 chains nd Ins no        ng descril
loutli        We it R|ii nc. t a
i   chains,
e tri nch.    you i to wall till at-        I i li     80
........
Ins,    o
lb
ter  dai k   to  be  relii i. d,  « hen    you
inarch off with all your pai 1< to your
bllli   ,     "i li   Is   ■■ ui rail;    In   a    \ 11-
lace a mi lo or two behind the firing
line.   Our village .- ts almosl     .   ;:     "" "
| Queen Charl I dan l
dose of Bhells    l    ivati bed   quite  a
a cl   Si In Coal   1
10020      f soutl
'
HI chain
. ■ II li   PETERS,  l*,C,
Barrl id Notarj Publi*
Ul .   < • . »   ' t 1 a    I a   1 ■ ■ I
' •"    ;      "    '    '     ^ ,"'.      "
omn   n     nent.
El iRGE   \V.   KERR,
Per Jam       '.  ','  di i nd,  Vgi nl
'    'ebruaiy 19th, 1915.    apl!
TAKE  XOTIC'l .        G. 0
Kei r.
W,
i
11 of
coiiiim
'    *   PALMER   MIGHT,
Per .1. v.". Com
ial   I   " 1915.      a   '
: i
Oilice  ln
EXCHANGE  BLOCK
bombardment   a    ... i k   or   . o   a  o   Kl ' " I     ert,   oc upation
one .a  ' v .. fell on to th    i mrch and sci'ibi '   : i I  and    petrol
nor 10
liains to th.
■
15  PAL      ' '     ' GHT,
'
ith,   1913.
''.,.'' '     : .'•      '!
... Charl
TA Cl ■ . ■• I- Mc-j
.....■'
Carpentei ly foi
'
■
i
nm: ■ t plantedimission to pr. lowing ile-  ' B.  C,   o.
1 ■ ' ' ain            of'th          ith o
fact   thai   many  of   the    houses Rive .     tlience    80     .hair       north,
are  wrecked    In  this    way     qui hence   80
niiinbi ■■  of  the  Inhabits i                 ;! point          .....
living there. Several litl                   , GORGE           :    I ■.
still open, where they sell chocblal  . Per James 1     Redm
oi-.,....', -    .,,1     .        ■ l!"" !   !' '; ' ' h,  1.. 15.        aplS
oianges, and groci i-ies al  exoi bitanl
prices. II Is a change, though, to gel  Skeena   Land   District  --     Districl  of
a meal  of <»•"<-■   i" ■•    •■•■'■•   	
DR. GILROY, DENTIST
Crown  and   Bridge  Work  n
"Specialty
Office:  Smith   Block,   Third   Arenne
French   fried
P°ta*]     TAKE NOTICE    thai    George    W.
toes, and coffee. This Is quite a sped- Kerr,  of   Prince  Rupert,  occupation
ally of theirs and they ,„ok  ii  very 'Pros-' ""'' i":,'l
well.
mission to prospeel the following describ.'.1  lands  for   coal    and    petroleum:  Commencing at a post planted
ne    a   creat    number   of 160 ehains east antl 80 chains north
shrines all over tlie country.  .Small:01' tbe mouth of West River, tbence
80    chains   cast,    ihence    SO
buildings just big enough  for an a
tar with an inscription outside siiehj^O chains north to the point of comma   • '■<-,,.,..,   p., „,      , „        mencement.
as     .\oiie    Dame   de   grace—Priez
pour nous." At street corners (here
are  also  life-size  crucifixes. Itjated   February   19th,   1915.     apl8
Churchyards   are   full   ,„■ crosses, Skeena   Land  District — District of
mostly   wooden,    painted    blue   and i    een  Charlotte  Islands.
black, with cases of artificial flow-1 TAKE NOTICE that George Pal-
era -....I ,■,.,,,,. n , , , imer Miebt, of Seattle, Wash., occtl-
ers .mil generallj  a   photograph   of pation   Agent, intends  to   apply   for
the deceased In the middle. [permission to prospect  the following
.    . .described  lands  for coal  and pctrol-
llns is the last time we are com- .eum:  Commencing at a post planted
Ing here. A  regimenl  of regulars is."'.1  ll,riills south  and  80  chains east
I lands for   coal ,  intends  to
"..ii.: Commencing :
L60 chains ■
II ...   '      . ' li-i
. orner I,    thence    east. chains,|
south SO chains,  then
ins, thence nortli SO        Ins I ■ chaii
the  poini  of comnicnceniei tl chains   ea        then.
HcMANN, ' ith   i"   tin it   .
Dated  February 20th,  1915, ;
——— ALBERT   SCOTT   LOCK,
Skeena   Land  Districl   ■      Districl  ... .•..■,  j,  ■,,'. Connell, Agen
Queen  Charlotte   Islands. Dated February 20th,  1915        aplS
TAKE NOTICE that Phyllis Burgess, of Victoria, B. C, oc. •. i
wife of I!. M. Burgess, intends to
apply for permission to prosp cl tlie
following described lands for coal
and    petroleum:    Commencing   at   a
A. FAULDS, M.l. M.E.
Coiisul1"i g Mining Englni
Examinations   and    de on
Coal, .'-:. tal, Oil, Etc.
I unsmuil si.      i*ani ou /er,
SI  . '. .   Land   Districl
Quei -.  i" ■..
TAKE  XOTICE  thai   Albert    Fro
! Vi. ,   "    I'      '
post  planted  240 chains easl  of the   '   ' ■'     ln 1'1'l.v  for    ■
chains south-easl   corner   of    Coal    Licence
ace
nnrli    SO    chain
HAIRDRESSING
PARLORS
l.'iasage,   .Manicuring,   Scalp   Trsat-
ment, Electric Treatments, Etc.
Mrs.   X.  L.  Handasyde,  Prop.
21 I  Third St. PRINCE RITEM
, nuuiu cost      ' 111 .11 i      .ii        .   - ■■< ■. i        .■"' "
-outb, thence so chains west, thenee x,,   10020 fnear Otard Bay), then. ■ tor  coal    and
then. .■   easl    SO : ":;':  ' '• " ■ ncing at a
ortn     go    chains "''    l!"'   north-wesl    corner   of   Coal
GEORGE   W.  KERR,     I thence west lo  .-hains  to  the  pointjL,ease  x"-  :l:;!   (near  Otard    Bay).
Per James F. Redmond, Agent. | of eommencemen-t.
I'll ,'LLIS   BURG ESS, SO   chains,                    nth   80    c
Per  I   W   Connell.   .       ' ""!  s" ''hains to the poini of
Dated February 20th,  1915.         I ':'"'i:' ;i"' "" '
   ALBE1
Skeena  Ismil  District — District of , ''' i   ;
i een  Charlotte  Islands. "'    "3  20th,  l:i|;;-
T 'i'ii  NOTICE  lhal   Geor
mer  Mtehl    of Seattle,  Wash., occu Land DI itri. I
pation  Broker,  intends  to  appl    foi "':'       Charlo        Is! mds.
erml ision to prosp. cl  tin   following I     T VKE  NOTICE
described  lands for coal and petrol-
P.O. Box 1714 Telephone 448
RITCHIE,   AGNEW   &   CO.
Civil Engineers aud Surveyors
Prince Rupert,  B.C.
Waterworks, Water Power, Wharf
Construction, Reports, Plans, Doiiiiu-
on and Provincial Land Sun eying,
aSlectrio Blue Printing, Negatives and
White  Prints
Phone Dine 183        ■:. b.  Phone 39S
UP-TO-DATE
of the mouth of Wes.   River, thence -],;.,
to  relieve  ns;   we  shall    have
three .lays in the village    and   then |cha'ns'    'hence    south     80    chains,
.    „,,     , , .' ithence   w. si   80  chains  to the  point
a iiku.'.i to another poini along the-ol commencement.
""r"   "'""■'  ""   •-■•"  '    '        •    lock,  oi   victoria,   ii.  i ..   • i isinnin.'in ntnTinr n c.-rnmi«
: con ici.i-aia;. LiMDSmYn CflRTflRFR-mflRftRI
chains   east   of   the    south ,n LIIHUUHI -J Uiin IhUL U ij 1 UHKOt
line.
ISLAND   FISH.     '
(Continued  trom  rage one.)
Ions' term he represented I In d
in the local legislature. Charles Harris.m, s. m„ occupied the chair ancl
Introduced the speakers In a happj
speech. Mr. Manson held meetings
al Woden, Graham Centre, Porl
Clements, and olher places on Mas
ett Inl
■ ""M' ''*''■.''
"...  noiii.    ,-..    .ii.ii'.i^,   tnence   easi     su , n,.,-.r...  .,.'  c,-.i  i ic.-nn   v..     i...."..        .....
... nei   oi   i oai   Liceni e   .no.     "". .   ,,,■   .   ,.  , ,,.,;    .
tlience easl   80 chains,  thence south     ., ,.        nmencing al .lanted
80   chains,    thence    wes!    80    chains, ,,,     , , .,,„,,,.   ,„■
 lorth 80 chains to the lo. 2434   (near  Otard   B
.-•i" commencement.
GEORGE   PALMER   MIGHT,
Per J. W   Connell, Agent. ... . .. ■■  to
Dated  February 22nd, 1915.     ai tl
Skeena   Land   Districl   -     Districl   of	
i.i u  Charlotte   Islan is. ' ' na   Land  District
TAKE   NOI Ii '       ial   Ge in      Pal-,
mei   Might, of S:      .  .   wash     occu-      TU<!';   NOTICE  tli it  Alb
paiioii   Agent,  Intends  to   apply   for ' '"'''"■ ol' Victoria,  li.  C,  ocenpn
permission  to prospeel   i ie I I o\ ... ■   '■     ''■   ''!'':  :': :i" '■■ '':-
IRG] ,    '  '      MIGHT,
Per .i.  '-•.'. Connell, Agent,
I"'"-  February 19th, 1915.        aplS
the point
menc. nu nt.
ALB1 "!'   LOCK,
Districl  ■■ Per J. W. i
Quee '  Chai I     n rjat( .       bruary '.   "h,   1915.       apis
G. T.   P.  CART'.-.i':   ICKXTS
• i'l   STREET
JINGLE POT COAL
Is handled by as. Ail orders recelyi
prompt attention. Phono No. tiii.
Phoue  93.
P.D.   Box   38,
ply   'or   I.    uissi  set   the
following described    land i    for   coal
and   petrol* nm :    '' mm. ncins
i
of Vi
described    lands    for   coal   and   pe
trol Comnien :ing    at    a   post.
planted    240    chains   easl     of    the
l!" '   of  Wes(   ,;i,"■■   ' '■""      o»tn '"
x.i  ci , henc, ...   chains, "'"'""'' ot t oal   I
	
plan ed  80 chain     ' . .
Pacific Cartage Limited
General    .     ....:...
Furniture   Roving   •
thence norlh 80 ' 0     d     Bs   I,
80   ■!■   .■..-,..■
ment. ace    nor!
.,"'.■        tbence
11 " '!'
:
',.' i:
.
"
Naden   Harbor   and    Aliford    Ba;
■; i   '       " |1] a..:   bi '  tl       I '
dent
■ i Nor th 1 si and : ! si a n
XOTIC1 urge   "
[< Inglpall
I
■
■ ' bulled
■
'       C       D      II
'
...
b y Cl ia l. !. iy the  :
'  •■'      i imp  or  Ci
ihed  Nut
Prince     Rii] wltl     h: libi
, ! ll ' ;:
:.. ll
Per .1,
' .       .
[1
rr?»
The Queen Charlotte
I] Fields Limited
i
:
11,
111'.-    '
Journal
:      I
seen
proof .eel, om   i I
a fur i oal ':    ack, b
,iii.I  end.    these,  with   a
on top and sl i aw  underneal b. make
a  very . omfortable bed. Ii  is unite a
load    .o    pack   in and    oul    of
trenches, though.
1'h,. system I hey have is three
days in and three days oul of the
trenches. When ive are in, we do all
that has to be done nl niiiht excepl
for filling sand-bags for an hour or
two behind lho shelter of these
buildings. A ureal number of these
are used in trench  work, a-   the ns
low wilhii
of
He 1
TAJ S'OTICl Georg Palmer M Ight, ol attl ■ ' 1: . occupation igent, intends lo applj for
permission to prospeel i lie folio ■
.. i Ibed lauds for coal and petroleum :  ''. u.'ii' in .  .ii a posl  planted
-In chains cist and ten chains norlh
of the mouth of Joseph Creek,
ihence nortli 80 chains, thence west
so chains, thence south 80 chains,
then..' east 80 chains to the point nf
commencement.
QEORGE  PALMER   MIGHT.
Per J, w. Connell. Agent,
Haled   I'cbriii.r.i   20th,  1915. Hp'1 8
■
■
b
[.an. I ■;
'
. E Vi. toria, ::.''. •
A. S. Loci •
to proapei
rib.      lands  I
Commei 'a.
:
'
.',.:.' lohn  i    l"ln-
....     lo appl
80 .'bains to the poini of commence
ment.
Al \ "fi.  ; OC]   .
Per .1   ■','. Ci
Daied  February 20th,  1935.       n l -
(hains
chains wesi to tho poinl ol
comnien cement.
IOHN  .!.   PINNERTY,
Per Jos.  I'. Redmond, A
Dated  February 20th, 191!".       a] I
THE PRINCE RUPERT SASH
AND DOOR COMPANY, LTD.
MANUFACTURERS
HOOKS,  SASH,   MANTLES, MOl'LDINGS,    SCROLL   AVI)   BAND
SAWING, AM) ALL KINDS Ol    FINISHINGS,      JdRi:   AND   OF.
FICE  I'lVr   RES,  HOUSE  FINISH A .'1.''IX'I.1LTV
i*-    Factorj and oflire: Seventh  Avcunj,  Hays   Cove   Otrcla
g    Tel. |.l ' .■ 218 l'.(i   i - ■ 'c    lliipoit, is.c.
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Wednesdi y,  April  28,   191"
PRINCE    RUPERT    JOURNAL
GRANITE
GRANITE 01 best quality and thoroughly  tested  for sale
Cut Stone or Crushed Rock in
Quantities
NEIL J. McLEOD   Phone Green 217
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B. C. Undertakers §
and Em- 2
GOVERNMENT WEATHER
REPORT.
OCEA^I FLSH CO. ,
Fresh  lisb Arriving Every Day
Outside orders promptly attended to
g Funeral     Directors
g halmers — Satisfaction   Guar- a
O anteed — Open Day ami Night v
2 117 Second Street      Plione -il 2
n llruce Morton    -    -    Manager o
a S
00000004004000440400444441
NOTICE.
Furnished by F. W. Doivling.
April  27.
Bar. reduced to sea level. .. .29.934
Highesl    temperature    41.0
Lowest temperature  34.0
Rain   24
HAD TO   SPEND  NIGHT.
PHONE BLUE 250
PHONE 554
P.O. BOX 60
P
FOR
APERHANGING
AINTING
0LISH1NG AND
WALL TINTING
The Canadian Patriotic Fund.
Will those who need assistance
from the above fund, resident In the
city or district .ind whose breadwinner is on active service with tbe
forces of the "Umpire or her Allies,
kindly notify the secretary of the
local organization.
tf W. 0   COLLISON,
P.O. Box 735.
(Continued lrom  Page One.)
HIGH-GRADE    INTERIOR
'  DECORATING   A   SPECIALTY
Martin Swanson
SBCON1    "■''•" MEAR-aVlcBRIDB
044444444440444444440444 I
CANADIAN STEAM
LAUNDRY
NOW  OPEN  FOR  BUSINESS
IJLatest mid Approved .Methods
llOnly  Skilled    Operators  Kin-
ployed
and in Cloyah Bay and there the
party had to settle down for the
night, Liking turns in gathering fuel
to keep themselves warm, for the
nighl  «as a rough one.
About, six o'clock next morning
•li" Alice I: cams out to their assistance, to thc infinite "delight of
the marooned men.
 —o	
MEANS   MILLIONS.
'Continued  from Page One.)
TENDERS WANTED.
or  Wooden  Steamer  for   Fisheries
Patrol Work in Northern Waters
of lliiiisli Columbia.
Phone us nnd ive will call for
trial  bundle
Note  our  address:
515   SIXTH   AVENUE   WKST
Phone No. 8
Canadian Steam  Laundry
3 a«i-iKHWHKHil«HKH>alHj
Tenders are   requested   for   a six J Canadian  railways  carrj
months' charter of Wooden Steamer
not  less than  SO  feet long,  17   feet
|beam, with cabin accommodation1 for
| two officials  in addition to crew.
Steamer must be in first-class repair  and  subject    to   inspection    by
I Boiler and  Hull Inspectors.
Crew   and    maintenance    will    be;  ,   , . ,   .
provided by the Department of Naval!"""*« on a car °r fish »l" of P"»'"e
Service, but all tools required in en- Rupert is perhaps S600, tlie wisdom
ol Mr. Clements' action can be seen
this. The hundreds of Independent
fishing vessels catch more fish, outside Canadian waters, of course;
British Columbia porl merchants
supply ice, provisions, bait and crew,
more fish
and Canada makes no concessions
whatever to the I'nited States.
When it is considered the cost of
outfitting for a fishing \oyage is one
or two thousand dollars and that the
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Capt. J. McGee I
M.M.S.A. S
Masters and .Mates prepared 0
tor examination.   Compass ad- 2
juster. *
Phone Red 502 5
"NAUTICAL   ACADEMY"
llelgerson Block, opposite
Royal   Hotel
&MHH10 (KHKHja-iKBMHH
jine room must be provided by owner of steamer.
Speed required not less than 0
knots per hour.
Tenderers must quote rate per
day for six months' charter and boat
must be available for service immediately ou  acceptance of tender.
Lowest or any tawnier not necessarily accepted.
Time for receiving tenders will
dose at 0 p.m. on Friday, April 30,
1915.
Envelopes marked "Tenders for
Steamer" to be addressed
F. ll. Cunningham,
Chief  Inspector  of  Fisheries,
ap22-25 New Westminster, B. G.
it is pointed out.
.Mr. Clements-said that the advantages Prince Rupert has gained are
open to any other British Columbia
port. The herring fishing off (he
toast of this province has not been
touched and Mr. Clements anticipated an unusual and steady increase in i ., im] ortance to British
Columbia and to Canada of this and
oilier branches of the Pacific fishing
Industry.
Corporation   of tlie City
Rupert, li. ('.
of    Prince
CLEANING-!.'!" WEEK.
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The Morning Journal
SOc. per month
The attention of the Citizens is
called ii. the CLEANING-UP WEEK,
which lias been fixed for week com-
mencing April 26th and ending May
1st, 11)15, and their hearty co-operation is requested. Pile all refuse,
iin cans, etc., so as to be easily accessible by the Scavengers. Help
beautify our City by cleaning up
your lots and backyards, etc.
By order,
HEALTH   COMMITTEE.
L. Porter, Sanitary Inspector. ap24-5
SPLENDID CONCERT.
(Continued from Page   One.)
City of Prineo Rupert, I!. ('.
WOORWORTH     HYDRO-ELECTRIC
SCHEME—ERECTION    OF
COTTAGE.
Sealed tenders will be received by
E. A. Woods, City Clerk, Prince Rupert, B. C, up til] 5 p.m., Monday,
May "., 1915, for the erection of a
four-room cottage al Shawatlans.
Plans may be seen and specifications obtained at the City Engineer's oilice, City  Hall.
The I..we.-: or any lender nol necessarily accepted.
W, McGEOROE MASON,
2tap25 City Engineer,
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RUPERT MARINE IRONWORKS AND
SUPPLY CO., LIMITED
WATERFRONT,   PRINCE   Hi 'PERT
ENGINEERS,     MACHINISTS   AND MACHINERY CONTRACTORS
specialists in Marine Power Plants, Oil, Steam, or Gasoline,   *
li. O. Const Agents for the British lironiholil Stjinl-Dlcsol nil Engine—the most reliable niul economical, and (Ik- cheapest
power  for fishing  boats, lugs nnd passenger vessels.
Standard  (ins  Engine Company's Liu-incs ami Ports in stock.
c
of bayonet drill by members of the
GSth Regiment under Sergt. Bachelor proved very interesting. A one-
act sketch, The Heal I, in which G.
s. Pltzmaurice, C. Vaughan, and
Sergt. Whitley tool; pari, was well
staged.
Mrs. Hemraell was given an excellent reception in her rendering of
Your King and Country Need You.
Miss Xatininn 111 Good-bye also won
the house. Miss King was heard in
a well rendered violin solo, while
Mr. Prescott gave an euphonium
solo with  orchestra  accompaniment.
Little Miss Shaw in male Impersonations and songs captured the
audience. Miss Muriel Pattnore's
dancing of the Gypsy dance and
Spanish dances made a decided hit.
Little Eileen Palmore's rendering of
Tipperary was a taking feature of
the entertainment, and as an encore
ihe gave Rule Britannia, which was
heartily joined in by the audience.
The Welsh Quartete were repeatedly encored as a resuil of iheir excellent vocal selections. Mr. Oram
In comic numbers as usual acquitted
himself well.
Lev. Canon Itix during the prog-
i. is of l.ie cone.'il gave :i (cry shorl
address. He asked on the conclusion
of ii ihat the audience rise and remain standing for half a minute as
•i mark of tribute in the Canadians
who bad fallen in the late light.
The concert closed with lhe sing-;
Ing of God Save the ICim:.
FINDING MARKETS
FOR LOCAL TIMBER
GOVERNMENT AT VICTORIA  HAS
SHIPPED SAMPLES TO TRADE
CENTRES.
Exhibits Have Been Sent to   Europe
Others Will   Go   to  Australia
and Oilier Points.
Victoria, April 26,—The campaign directed by the lion. W. R.
Ross, .Minister of Lands, in order to
educate the consumer in distant
markets concerning the qualities and
adaptability of British Columbia
woods, has been advanced another
step, the. lirsi consignment of the
permanent exhibits io be stationed
ai important trade centres throughout the world having been already
dispatched.
Each exhibit is of a comprehensive character, showing the principal
woods of the province in both the
natural and finished states, displaying the various styles of manufactured,material for which each species is
adapled. Accompanying the exhibit
are photographs intended to convey
an impression of the extent of the
great lumbering industry, and showing the course of tbe log from the
forest to the mill and loading wharf.
In addition, information is supplied
by means of printed cards concerning the qualities and uses of the
leading woods of Britisii Columbia,
Douglas fir, cedar, hemlock and
spruce.
The eight sets already forwarded
will be on view at live trade centres
in the I'nited Kingdom, namely,
London, Birmingham, Manchester,
Bristol) and Glasgow, also at Paris,
Shanghai and Yokohama, in the care
of the respective Canadian Trade
commissioners, and cannot fail to attract the attention of importers.
There will shortly be sent out tbe
balance of tlie exbihils, sixteen in
number, destined for sixteen poinls
in Australia, Xew Zealand, South
Africa, the East and West coasts of
South America, and Eastern Canada.
The next examination for the entry of Naval Cadets, will be held at
the examination centres of the Civil
Service Commission in May, 1915
successful candidates joining the col
lege on or about 1st August. Applications for entry will be received up
to llith April by the Secretary, Civil
Service Commission, Ottawa, from
whom blank entry forms can now be
obtained.
Candidates for the examination In
May next must be between the ages
of fourteen and sixteen on the 1st
July, 1916.
Further details can be obtained on
application to the undersigned.
G. .1. DESBARATS,
)eputy Minister of the Naval   Service
Department of the Naval Service,
Ottawa. January 8th, 1916
Unauthorized publication of (bis
advertisement will nol be paid for.—
72858. Ja28
Royal  Naval College of Canada.
Skeena Land  District   — District «f
Queen  Charlotte   Islands.
TAKE NOTICE tl : Ubert Scott
Loi It, of Victoria, B. C„ occupation
> . ■ . intends to apply for permission lo : "' eel the following described lands'i'or coal and petroleum: Commencing at a post planted
40 chains east and ten chains north
of tiie mouth of Joseph Creek,
:; ence 80 i haint i a it, them e 80
chains north, thence 80 chains west,
thence 80 chains south to the point
of commencement.
ALBERT  SCOTT  LOCK,
Per .1.  W, Connell, Agent.
Dated February 20th, 1915.     apl8
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— District
Islands.
Skeena Land  District
Queen  Charlotte
TAKE NOTICE that August Leb-
sanrt, of Victoria, B.C., occu
Hotel Manager, intends to apply for
permission to prospeel the following
descrihe.l lands for coal and petroleum: Commencing nl a post'planted
ten chains wesi of a small hay on
the south-east side of Frederick Island, tbence north 80 cliains. thence
east. SO chains, tbence south Sii
chains, tbence west SO chains to the
point  of commencement.
AUGUST LEBSAXFT.
Per J. W. Connell, Agenl.
Dated February 18th, 1915.        apl8
Skeena  Land   Dlstrlcl  — Districl  of
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
TAKE XOTICE that George Palmer Might of Seattle, Wash., occupal'""   Broker,  Intends to apply  for
' ." ml Bion  to   i| eel  the following
di crlbed land for coal and petrol-
in. in Ing at a pi pl inted
240 cl In eai nd 80 chains south
of   tin < orner   of   Coal
I i.  10020  i neai   Otard Bay),
ence i t 80 i ns, tl ence south
chai thenc •.- ei I 80 chains,
thenc. Ins to the point
... i imn ' ii'"!::
GEORGE   PALMER   MIGHT,
Per J, W. Connell, Agent.
Dated   February  2pth,  101.*.      apl8
Skeena  Land   District — District  of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE XOTICE that George . W.
Kerr, of Prince Rupert, occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for permission to prospect the following
described lands for coal and petroleum: Commencing at a post planted
80 chains easl and SO chains north
of the mouth of West River, tbence
80 chains east, thence SO chains
norlh, tbence SO chains west, thence
80 chains south to the point of commencement.
GEORGE W. KERR',
Per   James F. Redmond, Agenl.
Daied February 19th, 1915.        aplS
VESTERRAY'S  BASEBALL.
Advertise In The Journal.
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Repairs—Flrst-clnss   equipment and si.ill  for machine nnd ship repairs.
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Skeena   Land   District   — District of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE XOTICE that George W,
Kerr, of Prince Rupeft, occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for permission lo prospect the following described lands for coal and pelroieum:
Commencing al a post planted IGO
chains enst and sn chains north of
lhe mouth of West River, thence
norlh 80 chains, (hence east 80
chains, tbence south 80 chains,
thence west SO chains to the point
of commencement,
GHOItC.H   W.   KHRR,
Per Jamas F. Redmond, An.mi.
Daied February 19th,  I it It.        apis
Northwestern   League.
Vancouver, 5;   Seattle, 3.
Victoria, S;  Spokane, 7.
Tacoma, 0; Aberdeen, 1.
Const  League.
Oakland, 3; Venice, 4.
Salt Lake, 3; San Francisco, 3.
Los Angeles, 3;  Portland, 0.
National  League.
Chicago, 0;  Cincinnati, 0.
Brooklyn, 2:  Philadelphia, 5.
Boston, 12; Xew York, 6.
Pittsburg, 0;   St.  Louis, 3.
American League.
Philadelphia 1 ;   Washington, 2.
Cleveland, 2;  Chicago, 7.
New York, 2:  Boston, 0.
St. Louis, 2;  Detroit,  5.
skeena  Land  District — District of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE thai Thomas P.
O'Farrell, of Vancouver, B.C., Miner,
inlends to apply for permission lo
prospect tho following described
Iiiinls lor coal and petroleum: Coin-
m en Ing ai a posl situated one (1)
mile wesi of the south-west corner
of Lol 2451, Ihence south eighty
i Sn I cliains, Ihence easl eighty I 80)
chains, thence north eighty (80)
chains, thence wesi eighty (80)
chains lo point of commencement.
Daied ihe 27th day of   February,
1916.
Iip2". THOMAS P, O'FARRELL.
Skeena  Land  District — D     .-let  of
Queen Charlotte Islam i.
TAKE NOTICE thai Charles William Adams, of Victoria, II. C, occupation Policeman, intends to apply for permission to prospect tho
following described lands for eoal
and petroleum: Commencing at a
post planted ten chains w. -i of a
small bay on the south-east side of
Frederich Island, thence west So
chains, tbence north 80 chains.
thence east 80 chains, Ihence south
SO chains to point of commencement,
CHARLES WILLIAM   ADAMS,
Per J. W.  Connell, Agent.
Dated February lSth, 101"..      aplS
JAMES GILMORE
ARCHITECT
Second Ave. Near McBrlde  St
HOTEL DIRECTORY
Members  of the Prince Rupo»t
Licensed Vintners' Association
WINDSOR    HOTEL
Cor. of EirM Ave. nnd Eighth St.
W. H. Wright, Prop.
HOTEL  CENTRAL
First Ave, and Seventh St.
European  and   American   Plum
$1.00 to Sa!..-.0 Per Daj
Peter  Black..  Pi-op.
OI
XOTICE    OF     DISSOLUTION
PARTNERSHIP.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the   partnership   heretofore    subsisting  between  J,  S.    Johnson,    J.    A.
Swanson, and C. C. Ketcbum, in th
City of Prince Rupert, has this day
een  dissolved  by  mutual    consent.
All   debts  owing  lo   the   partnership
are to be paid  to J.  S. Johnson at
rlnce   Rupert    aforesaid,    an*   all
laiins  against  the  said  partnership
.re to be presented to him, by whom
same will be settled.
Dated at Rrlnce Rupert, B. C, this
117th day of March, 1915.
J.   S.   JOHNSON.
J.   A.   SWANSON.
C.   C.   KETCHUM.
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KNOX HOTEL
Firm     Ave.    Between     Eighth    and
Ninth
European  Plan;   Rates  50c t« 01.00
Per Day
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EMPRESS  HOTEL
3. X. Rochester V. D. Cnsley
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European Plan Steam Heated
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Phone 102
PRINCE RUPERT IMPORTING CO.,
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Fraser and Sixth Sts
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Queen  Charlotte Islands.
TiKi-:    NOTICE   'hi.:    George   W.
Kerr, ...   Prince  Rupert,   occupation
Pro i e. tor, Intends to ai . ly for per-
.ect tiie following de-
■ i ' md   tor coal,and petroleum:
Commencing at  a  post    planted   SO
chains eas:   and   80  chains  north  of
the   mouth    of   West   River,   thence
west   Si)    chains,    thence   south    SO
chains, thence easi SO chains, thence
norlh SO chains to the point of commencement.
GEORGE W.  KERR,
Per James  F.  Redmond, Agent.
Dated February 19th,  1915.      apl.8
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