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PRINCE    RUPERT,   B.   C,   TUESDAY, APRIL  13,   1915.
Price   ">  Cents.
i\0.  129.
GERMAN DIRIGIBLE DROPPED
ANCY
ALLIES GAINING ON BOTH F
S AGAINST ENEMY
On French Frontier
Germans Are Being
Held Well In Check
G.T.P. STEAMERS        GEO. L. CLAYTON'S    \ Violent Fighting In
CLOSE connections!    FISH PROPOSITION °'  " *'
ii
-An   official   re-
I'aris.  April
port says:
"«\i Eparges, after a somewhat
severe cannonade, the Germans delivered a counter-alt ail; but were
repulsed.
"In the wood at Ailly there have
been violent artillery actions.
"In the forest at Le Pelre an attempted attack by the enemy was
repulsed.
"in Courie we drove the Germans
from a section of the trench which
they had practically captured."
ALIEN ENEMY LABORERS
MUST LEAVE COUNTRY
As Result of Riots in Vancouver Undesirables Asked to
Quit.
Vancouver, April 12.—Attorney-
General Bowser lias ' arranged with
the  military authorities to allow all
UNDER      NEW     SCHEDULE     AR.
RANGED   TRAINS  WILL  BE
MET EVERY  WEEK.
VOTED  S.M.ARIES.
* At tiie  Council   meeting   last  *
* night  the rules were suspended  *
* and without a   dissenting   mur- *
* mur the   Indemnity   bylaw    for ,:;
* the   year   was   passed    through   *
* every   stage.      This   gives    the  *
* .Mayor his salary of $2,000, and  *
* each    of    the    aldermen   $40(1.  *
* There were no mock   heroics as  *
* this  bylaw,  introduced  by    Aid.
* Montgomery,    went     careening *
* along iis course.    No one cried  *
* "halt." *
j Prince John  Will  Sail   on   Sclieilnlt
to Vancouver Weekly
Now,
Manure for Terrace.
At the Council meeting yesterday
a letter from Mr. Howitt, assistant
horticulturist, was read relative to
providing manure for the Terrace
farmers, The letter stated the G. T.
The spring schedule for the Grand
Trunk Pacific Steamship service I,as
been announced from the Vancouver offlce of the manager, Captain
C. H. Nicholson. Owing to' the withdrawal of the S.S. Prince John from
the Queen Charlotte Islands route,
the service to the Islands generally
and Stewart will be discontinued
forthwith, but a fortnightly service
to Massett and the Naas River will
be maintained as per appended
schedule, which will provide weekly
service between Vancouver and
Prince Rupert by the Prince .lohn
in addition to that now being performed by the Prince George, and
also connecting with the trains both
nortli and southbound.
The following schedule will be effective at once:
S. S. Prince George—Leave Seattle, midnight Sunday; arrive Victoria 0 a.m. Monday; leave Victoria
In a.m. Monday; arrive Vancouver
:i p.m. Monday; leave Vancouver
  i midnight Monday; arrive Prince Ruperl 9 a.m. Wednesday; leave Prince
The  Old  Subject Was Discussed At Ru.i-en midnisl11 v>^lMsdav; a,Hve
_ ,        T XT.    . _ . , T^. ..       Anyox 7 a.m. Thursday; leave Anyox
Leilgth      LaSt      JNlght--WaS      rinally;i,.  a.m. Thursday;  nunc Prince Ru-
perl, southbound, 5 p.m. Thursday;
leave Prince Rupert 9 a.m. Friday;
arrive Vancouver 7 p.m. Saturday;
leave Vancouver midnight; arrive
Victoria 10 a.m. Sunday; arrive Seattle 3 p.m. Sunday.
S. S. Prince John—Leavi
ver  midnight Wednesday;   callin
alien  enemy   laborers  to    leave   theiP.   was   agreeable   to    carrying    the
country  otherwise  tlie  military   will  manure by carload lots at cost.   The
intern  them.   This is a result of the
riot   in   the bread  line, last  week.
matter  was  referred  to   the   health
committee for action.
QUESTION OF REPAIRING PLANK
ROADS UP BEFORE COUNCIL
Decided T© Lay It Over Until Next
Meeting—-Opinions Differ At Board
(TTV    COUNCIL
GU.AHANTE
IS     ASKED
TO
INTEREST
Region Of Uzsok Pass
And At Other Points
(TIAKGI'.S.
Subject   Was   Referred   to   (he   Pish
Committee at Last Night's
Meeting.
132
At, I lie City Council meeting last
nigh! a proposition was made by
George L. Clayton with respect to
the city guaranteeing thc Interest on
a cold storage and fish plant to the
extent of C per cent. I'or the years.
Mr. Clayton in his letter stated that
a company capitalized at $250,000
whicli was prepared to begin tlie
construction of a eold storage and
other works connected with fishing,
was prepared to furnish ice and take
all classes of lish offered, not competing itself in the fishing business.
The sum of $200,OIK) would be e»-
oended. About 300 horse power
would he required. It was proposed
to pay 1 cent per kilowatt to the
city.
The Mayor suggested that this
matter might be left over by refer
ring" it to the fish committee.
The flsh committee, it was pointed out, was now short a member by
the resignation of Aid McClymont.
The Mayor thereupon appointed Aid
Edge chairman with Aid. Kerr as the
other member.
Petrograd, April 12.—From offl-
." ii :.' "i Is recei red the following
Is given out:
"'I'.' lie west of the Middle Nie-
""'ii isolated engagements have
taken  place.
"Near o-soueiz there have been
artillery duels. A German attack
there failed.
"In the Carpathians we repulsed
with .iiir fire at short range a large
!'..:■..' tu' the enemy which had been
repeatedly attacking us. We made
some progress and in doing so there
developed a violent battle in the
W. O. GLADWIN  HIED ;region of the Uzsok  Pass, which the
IN NORTH VANCOUVER enemy still holds. We captured three
I guns and seventy  prisoners.
'In the direction of tlie Stry River
SINCE  Li PERT CADET
CDIII'S.
Orders hi   George   Leek,   Ca-
* del.   Instructor,   for   the    week
ending the 1 Tib, 1915:
Tuesday,   Till'J   p.m.,   drill    iu
* uniform  and  bund  practice.
5      Saturday, 9:30 a.m., drill, no:
* in uniform.
at inlay,  S  p.m.,   ambulance
■'  ; ractise at City   Hull.
ROBT.  RITCHIE,  C.C
Conservative   Candidntc   Selected  lo
Conlesl   Sent   Has Passed
Away,
At tlie Council meeting last evening the Mayor took his place in the
.•hair again. Aid. Dybhavn was also
in his place. The only vacant seal
was that formerly occupied by Aid.
McClymont, who had resigned to run
for mayor, A feature of Hie evening
was I be Introduction of the vexed
question of repairs to plank walks.
This subject, which was so warmly
discussed last year, again cropped up
and was gone Into quite fully. It. was
finally, on the suggestion of ihe
Mayor, left ovei- foi- one week for
consideration as to the method of
procedure,
The proposition now is to Introduce a bylaw to provide for the worn
of pulling Hie plank mails thai have
become  dangerous  Into shape.    The
bylaw will provide for the carrying j
out of the work and the repaying I
of it in four years. The interest audi
sinking  fund  will  constitute  a  gen
LOOKS TO GOOD
TRAVEL OVER LINE
R.    CRAWFORD,    REPRESENTING
NORTHERN  NAVIGATION  CO.,
IS IN THE CITY.
..He) Expects to See Many Coming by
h ai
ernl levy over the whole city. In the
meantime to provide funds to start
on the provincial Inspector of muni
cipalities will be asked to give his|
consent to the borrowing of the
money  that   is  lying   In   the   bank
i Alert     Bay,    Sointula,     Shushartie,
Butedale und Surf Inlet,  arrive Prince
i Ince]
Saturday ;    arrive
(I. T.
P. to the Pacific
Coast.
Pupert    lu    p.in.
.Masseit  ('.   a.m.   Sunday,   April    li
li. Crawford, of Winnipeg, who is
Nortli Vancouver, April 12.—W.
C. Gladwin, Conservative candidate
for North Vancouver, died today, lie
had been ill I'or four months. II'1
was formerly chief lire war.len tor
British Columbia, ami was well
known  throughout the province.
we repulsed the enemy's attacks, inflicting enormous loj.ses on  them."
-o
i-'iinei'al  Today,
The funeral of the hue Henry
Moss will take place this afternoon
from Hayner's Chapel at 3:30. Tbe
deceased was a fisherman, lie had
resided at Hayspoft.
PRINCE RUPERT'S POSITION
S AN EXCEPTIONAL ONE
Those    Interested    In    Seattle    Fish
Trade Feel That This Place Has All
The Advantages In The Industry
That   the   position
Prince Rupert as
very  best  is  borne  oul
from  Washington  seni
uccupled     I  I. • ■ I'i.'  new
i   ni '   i !.,- :   ;,,.,'.       , ... raphlcally  nearer
by u  si ,  Seattle,    in :    ::.is.    be    believes,    is
in  in..   Pi it'iltable. 'Last y.   r,' lie paid, 'tlie
Intelligencer  of  Seattle   b; : Fisheries iei    fl     Hi      .    In    her
Brown.    The special says: .  ..::   the  coasts ol   Oregon   and
"Secretarj Redlleld nnd ihe Ru- Washington, found u new halibut
reau of Fisheries, after a thorough j ground "il Newport, which, while
examination of the Canadian Order uol even remotelj comparable in
in-Council anil after their prolonged size  with those of Alaska, i.-; suflicl-
May
III anil 30;  I. ive Naas River
originated   as   an   over   assessment
.bound,  p.m.   Sunday
when the bylaws for various plank
roads were provided for. The lumber
cost less than was estimated and so
there  was  a  larger  levy    than    was
a.iii.  Sunday,  April  25,   May
23;    arrive   Prince   Rupert,
len. t
Rupert   7:311   p.i.ia   Sunday;
Surf   Inlet
.m. Monday;  lei
n and
south-
Prince
leave
■ Alert
to  have   originated
treasurer.
ivith    the   city
Hay a.m. Tuesday; arrive Vancouver
ii.in.   Tiles.lay.
ithe   general    representative   of   theigtudy  of  the  successful  effort   mane enl   for  a  limit d   fishery,   an.!    tho
hern   Navigation  Company   west by  Canadians  to dlverl  the   liallb      presumption  eiisis   that    mon    ex-
'of Winnipeg, i« in the city, lie ar- trade from Seattle to Prince Ruperl 'tensive banks m i exis oft the coast
rived bj Hi" 'l. T. P. mi Sunday have been unable to find any solution While the Newport bank probably
evening and will remain until to- of tho iiroblem. Retaliatory logl in would be depopulated by ..ne nip of
morrow morning, when be leaves tion, which has been Riigge l I I :di utlre Seattb halibut fleet,
again for thi ens.. The company be not deemed either i'i" or practici nevertheless the level "f a
represerfts makes very direct eon- ble bj thi secreturj in this ci ■ ,, iber or such banks would Insure
 -ii,,!,   with   1'ie  (I.  T.   I',  and   the Further,   tin     eastern    nnd    Middle a  moderate supply ot fish, ol     rhicli
G, T. between  Fori  William mi  Lake  'Vesti nmlnf    public
In
STEAMER  MINNESOTA  LOST
Germans Dropped Bombs On Nancy
Paris, April l~. -A German dirigible dropped seen bombs on *
Nancy, says nn official • orl One fell near a civilian hospital. J
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S'l-l'l.'.IHIl   EOR  PLUMBERS
i'he . le of Pro luct No. DO is strictly
con lii ■ l ... if.. iii ■;.-. lass Bupply
houses. Its co t of manufacture Is
therefore not iffected by Dept. or
"price mtting tore" Influence that
io ■    i nan ifai I ".vers to the
use o     . and   pro-
i In   ' ealer allowed to
tall price unde   penall ■
of    "i supply    terminated.
A POWERFUL SO*.VENT FOR
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oad ovi To
destroys uccnin illation    >l inper,    clotlis,    hair, u
".tens.,   it tables      .ap,   fruit and  . en.v  others.   I:  Is harmless i.
tines  plumbing.
■ •t^^mmmmsams
Go T. P.
Steamship Sailings
FOR VANCOUVER
S.S. Prince George every Friday at 8 A.M.
S.S. Prince John every Sunday at 7.30 P.M.
DON'T ARGUE
DON'T   Pl"*""   OFF
Tl ST    IT
Tuesday, April   13,  i '■' i ■'
THE I ISH  SITUATION,
I, |S ,■ idenl that Prince Rupert
has n decided advantage In the matter of the lish trade. This is made
very   clear  in  the  altitude  taken   by
ihavn o ddin
i e. If to be
"^ iclone li   ihoi I I  be 'imi'   in on.   |
■ engineer said  that ii  would cosl
i.i.'. ;■   '7 i    for  .'< | airs   only   this
yeai'.
The Mayor said that lie felt that
It was unfair to the property owner
who paid for his local Improvement
In full who bad under this system to
help    to   repair   other   works.    Last
io • ,l    in    clearing
ns    mi It is boug     i   er and   iver again  by   ti^se   who   have
■ . it, but Inasmuch ai do on   can know  the actual condition ex-
Istlng within a pipe, it is absoutcly impossible for the manufactur-
ii  di   thi    leaier it. guarantei    1    result.
CHEMICAL PRODUCTS CO., NEW YORK
OR SALE  HV
the special correspondent of ihe year, however, the properly owners
Post-Intelligencer of Seattle at prevented the carrying into effect of
ons secured "le l''an of assessing against the
property owners. It might be blocked again. The city could not afford
the persistent efforts of H. S.L have mg danfe], continued The
Clements cannol tail to be regarded!^ h(jd (o ))e ^^ T|)e on]y way
as of the very first importance. We ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^ ^^
feel,    however,    like   reminding    the
Washington.   Tbe conceslon
for  Prime   Rupert   largely   through
Of     H.
HARRY HANSON
THE   RELIABLE   PLUMBER
I'OR   THE    RUST  IN   PLUMBING   AND    BSIATING    PHONE   480
a""»B<»aSa}fi^Ott'l>t>n^
,«Hi««H»WJaWliWlKHiWXKK^ WKHKHKHJOW tKHKHWOfltttHttHa
Coal, Cement, Plaster and Brick
AND A CCriPLETE LINE OF BUILDERS' SUPPLIES
citizens that these concessions In
themselves will do us no good unless
advantage is taken of these to se-
eure the fishing trade here in every
way possible. This musl ever be kept
in mind and every opportunity must
bo i alien advantage of to bring the
trade  here.
h must not be forgotten that
some of the' companies operating
here are doing well in doing their
share m attract trade 'this way. The
Cold Storage Company has brought
the price of ice to a figure that puts
Prince Unpen easily on a pur with
Ketchikan. In the matter of distillate
and gasoline the Imperial Oil Company has also met the demand and
before its oil tanks are in has made
a radical reduction so that the prices
prevailing here in these lines is
practically tlie same as those at
Ketchikan. In another way the Canadian Fish & Cold Storage has made
this a desirable port in which io
trade   fish.     That   company    has   al-
Ald. Dybhavn was afraid of interest charges.
On the suggestion of the Mayor lt
was decided to lay the matter over,
for a week.
Auditor for 1015.
On tlie report of the finance Coni-
mittee last night the City Council
deeided to engage the same firm of
auditors for tlie year. The remuneration fixed was $1,200 to include all
expenses.
Nomination Notice
Public notice is hereby given to
the Electors of the Municipality of
Prince Rupert Ihat I require the
presence of the said Electors at the
General Offlce of the City Clerk,
City Hall, Tuesday, the 13th day of
April, A. O. 1915, at 12 o'clock
noon, for the purpose of electing a
person to represent them in the
Municipal Council as Alderman, to
fill the vacancy caused by the resignation  of  Alderman   McClymont.
The mode of nomination of candidates shall be as follows:
The candidates shall be nominated
in writing; tlie writing shall he subscribed by two voters   of the Muni-
ways paid a good price   for  halibut, cipality as   proposer   and   seconder,
and    shall  be  delivered   to   lhe    Re-
nn.l has never, it is said, attempted
to squeeze down the small (baler as
is done in some of the southern
ports. A fair price is paid for all the
fish offered.
QI KSTION  OK   REPAIRINI
WESTHOLME LUMBER CO., LTD.
First Avenue       Prince Rupert       Telephone 186
3lftH.HW>KH;H3»imKH.HK^
ftd'MHMHKHSGl'HKHfrC^^
Thompson Hardware Co., Limited
Rifles and Shot Guns
Ammunition
g supplies
PHONE 101. P.O. DRAWER 1C15 :*:,!) SECOND AVE.
|"".lWHK'iWt»a'""KHM
'SXEM&ssEZS—!????:?-tr.
■■■■aHnBBanHaMHHHHiMH^
SHINGLES, MOULDINGS, SASH, DOORS
Prince Rupert Lumber Co.
FIRST AVE. AND McBRIDE ST. PRINCE RUPERT
Phone 25 Branch Yard ;it Smithers, B.C.
turning Officer at any time between
the date of the notice and 2 p.m. of
tho day of the nominal ion; the said
writing may be in the form numbered live (5) in the schedule of the
Municipal Elections Act, and shall
stale the names, residence, and occupation or description of each person prop..sell, in such manner as sufficiently to identify such candidate;
I'l,ANN WAI.KSIand in the event of a poll being necessary, such poll will be opened on
the 16th day of April, 1915, in the
Council Chamber at the City Hall,
Fulton Street, from the hour of fl
a.m. to the hour of 7 p.m., of which
y person is hereby required to
take notice and govern himself accordingly,
Qualification   for   Mayor.
The pi i. .ii... qualified   to be nomi-
i ■ ,      ud elected as I he   Mayor
I-   Cl .,11 I"   anj   person  who
h    ul |< - i  -'i   tin
  irs,   H"l   .li.'
nd lias [or
the si
■ ■
ed Owner 1
i" ■    a I propertj
lent  Roll,  of   Om
nd Doll  '
■  ,i   . ' ni    or
.,,     ' otl.er.vl      dnlj
"    , otei
...111..!     lltlOIl .'111.
i,    .. , i nominated
.,     ij nol   i     i"'■ .■  "i■  ''"'    !' '  ' ' Udei men   of   a
CitJ    lhall  1       itch    .ers..ni',   :is   are
' bjecti  of :!i" full age
■ ■      ■,.'!( should  bt   done ' '  !"T:".'' ;''" ,'"' "         ""■! "   ar!
I...1  disqualified   under any law,   and
Where the un- n   foi   Ih i    ix  months   nexl
lor .   '      , ' ' : '■'■  "'' ,;'''
'■ : Isti red 0 In the 1 .and Reg-
needed, ■ land or operl
I, B in the Cl wl value oi
pal    \    essmenl     loll
'   ■" i Dollai     or
i Is.  He favored gel iy registered jud
r.
ilr   as   soon
:■" . local
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For Massett —S. S.  Prlnci   Jo n   ivery second I iturd ,   a'l   10      in
co ■ ,     '.prli i I.
For Naas River points -S, s.    rluce .lohn ei   .    second
p.m.,  co     '      li      '■   r11    1.
'   ' '   "'I.:.    G orge every  Wednesday al  midnight:
Passenger carryin      l. ctr!.   Ilgh ed   deep, i  apd   parlor   cafe
car U.im - foi   tin      iBl on   .Vedi    da      iii'.I  Saturday!    at    In
a.m.
Through  tourlsl  Bleeping car to St,  Paul every  Wednesday.
For through tickets, reservations and full Information applj to
G, T. P. Ticket Office, Third Ave; Agency all Atlantic Steam
ship   Lines.
c&mmB&a~
Canadian Pacific Railway
PRINCESS MAQUINNA,
SOUTHBOUND, 8 P.N. FRIDAY
PRINCESS MAY
SOUTHBOUND, 8 P.M. SUNDAY
(Continued  from  Page   Oat.)
\\ hen the proposition was put forward   and   the  sum   of   * I 1,000   sug-
d as ni ■ " a j fi "<. ilfs to
tin • ets, Aid. Dybhavn tho n I
i be . ro these
■   loi etnei
and  i ' md.
.:,     ' no .',■
ace by the t
I THE UNION STEAMSHIP CO. OF B.C. LTD'
S.S. VENTURE
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Rev. .1.  R.  Douglas ot Vancouver is  ' :i  at arise  I
Moderator for Ensuing type'of r.
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in'   i lie   Pro    ii
he religious world
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the Synod        ; I
i"  irch,  the   onlj      l i andidate
nominated   (afi ■ ■     .'.
Wilson bad, wltl     lie   oi   ■
no' er and     i I
aanii   on  I;."  •■■ rounds  t hai   In    had
already  bei n  acco honor of
being     elected      Moderator i    be a
I.e.. Thomas  Mennles of Courtenay,
in., her   ..Id -timer   in   lho   proi In e
,'lui   has   done   yeoman   service   for
il.    Presbyterian  Church.  Mi.  Doug-
i   received    thirty-one   rotes,    and
If 'f .Menzies  received  twenty-four.
A /here was :i  large attendance   of I
or ef.'legates,     ministers    and     laymen
.resent    I nun   the   presbyteries    oi
"arlboo,     Kamloops,     Westminster,
Sootenay and Victoria, and the Rev.
)r.  Logan again acted as clerk. The
etiring moderator,  Rev.   W.  L.  Mc-
tae   (of Victoria I,  who  was compli-
nented by resolution upon the grace
and    dignity    with    which    he    had
aliorned   the   -Moderator's  chair,    rie-
lifered a valedictory address, In tho
whole,  i.
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Ql'EEX  CHARLOTTE
IIKACOXH   AFFECTED
Notices to Mariners Contain Changes
Connected  Wii
Licht.
Island
Anion}; ihe recent mil ices io mariners issued by the Department are
the following:
i nine  Islets.
Beacon light discontinued—The
maintenance of the occulting white
light has been discontinued and the
beacon    has    been     removed      from
. KGIMENTAL ORDERS,
*  68th Regiment   Enrl  Grey's Own
Rilies.
0 tDERS by  Major J.  H.  Mc-
''...' immanding, A prli    l 0
1 li 1.'.:
Parades—"A" Company will
parade at the Exhibition Building on Wednesday and Friday,
April  l 1 and  IG.
"B" Company, will parade at
the Exhibition Building on
Monday and Thursday, April 12
and 1 •").
There will be a class formed
for tlie subject of bayonet drill.
All wishing to join will attend
tonight's drill.
W. S.  MARSHALL, Lieut.
Acting Adjutant.
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1
Island: Cominei it a pi
► ed  fo        i .,..:.,:      mile
, north of the north
■   ence, nortli SO chains, thence
■  . -      So    chains,   I    nee        ith    SO
. chains,  thence  east    80    chain..,    to
point  of  commencement, "■ containing }a£8
640 a.nes more or less.
j  a29 PETER   PIOMBO.
Date located. December 4th, 1014
Thi.tl
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chains, thei
th    80    chai
chaini ,  to  poin
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ict nortl   80 ch
aini, thenee soutl
thence   wesi    10 cl to poinl    of
commencement, containing 640
more  or  less.
PETKli   PIOaMBO.
Date located, December 4th' 1014.|
Contractor and Buiidei
work,  whetl
ui'k,   win _ar.
tlon given
PHON1
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of
purse  of  which    lie   expressed    the Crane   Islet
Gkee-na    Land    Disrnct—District
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
j TAKE NOTICE that Peter Piombo
lof Priooe Rupert, B.C., occupation
■t | Proepec'.or, intends to apply for permission to prospect for coal and petroleum over the following described
lands on the West Coast of Graham
Island: Commencing at a post planted three nailee north of the north-east
corner of laot 2437, therce north 80
chains, thence east SO chains, thence
south SO chains, thence west 80
chains, to point of commencement,
conMning 940 acres more or less.
M26 PETER   PIOMBO.
D»te located, December 'Ird, 1914.
fheena   Lend    District—Distrii
_- Quese  Charlotte  Islands.
0t\    TAKH NOTICE that Poter  I'ii.mli.
of   Princ*  Rupert,    B.C.,    occupation
;    BI   .:    .
DR. GJLROY, DENTIST
Crown  and  Hridge  Worlr  a
Specialty
Oilice:   Smith    Block,    Third   Avenue
A. FAULDS, M.I. M.E.
Consultirg .Mining Engineer
Prospector, intends to apply for per- Examinations   and    development    of
mission lo prospect for coal and pe-
troleum over the following described.,  ,   . ...
lands on the Went Coast of Gra-ham  '*s uuusmu"  st
Island:   Conimcneing at a post plant-[— "	
ed five mHce east aad one mile north
of the north-eaet corner of Lot 243f.
thence north SO chain*, thence west
SO chains, thence south SO chains,
thenee enst 80 cliains, to point of
comuieneement. containing 64 0 acres
more er less.
ja29 PETER   PIOMBO.
Date loeated, 4th December, 1914.
LAND ACT.
Skeena Land   Distriet — District  of
"afruooa  Charlotte  Islands.
TAK*P,NOTiCE   that  Andrew    W.
MaeLean,  ef  Prince    Rupert,   B.  O.
ocoupatien Carpenter, Intends to ap
ly   for   permieoion   to   prospect    for
coal  and petroleum  over  the follow
in'i etaecrlbeil  laiidB   ou   West    Coast
'   tSrehani   Inland:   Commoncing   at
poet  planted   two  miles  north    of
j the. north-east   aornar  of   Lot    2435
t&Oatee north  S6  chains,  thenee wost
SO   eaains,   thence  s.juth    80   chains
thenee   east   SO   chains,   to   point    Oaf
corana«neeiH«nt containing  84(1  acres
more or less.
ANDREW   W.    MacLEAN.
118 Agent,   Peter  Piombo
Date  loeatt>d,   23rd  Daoociber,   1914
Coal, Metal, Oil. Etc.
Vancouver, B.C.
HAIRDRESSINC
PARLORS
Massage,   Manicuring,   Scalp   Treatment, Electric Treatments, Etc
Mrs.    N. I'.   Haniliisjtle,  Prop.
211 Third St PRINOE Rl'PBRl
i
For the Household
Delivered to your kitchen
door, like groceries
175,000,000 Bottles Yearly
Thai was the demand ior Ludweisur last
year.
The Anheuser-Busch Plant covers today
more than 142 .lire;—equal to 70 city
blocks, il gives steady employment to
6, ,; people, and to 1,500 more in its
branches.
Every process, every room, is Immaculate,
Every bottlt
This Quality-Pin
s a model of m
The hundreds .
day know   ...      ...
could he made any better than Budwt
Skeena   Land   District  —  Dlstrlrt   ot
Queen   Charlotte  Islands.
TAKB   N*>TICE   that.   Andrew    W
MaeLean,   of   Prtnoo   Rupert,   B.   e.
nrutaaBBtdon Carpenter, intends to ap
ply   ler   permlosleu   to   proeeect    fo
coat! and petroleum ever the folleiv
ing   doscrlbnil   lands    en    the    West
Coast    of   G-raha   Irudlaafi
Coast  of  Ora h« ui   iBland:   Oommenc
ing at a post planted ene mile north
and two inline east of the north-east
corner of Lot 341(8, thenco north 90
chaias, thenca west 89 chains, thence
south    80    ohains,    thenee    east    SO
clip'ns   to   point   of    commeneement
containing 640 acres more or less.
ANDRKW   W,   MaoLBAN?
fIS Agent,  Peter  Plombn
Pate  looted,   IJrd   December,   1914
Skeena   Land     District—District    of
Queen  Charlotte  Islands
Skeena    Land    District—District    0
Qneeo  Charlotte Islands.
TAKB NOTICE that I, D. Hogg
of Queea Charlotte City, occupation
Farui«r, intend to apply for permis
.ion to purchase the Hollowing de
scribed lands: Commencing at. a pos
planted     at     thc    south-west      cov
er of Oo.idon Island in Bearskin
Bay, thence easterly tbence norther
ly,   tliOa»oe   westerly,  thence   souther
y,   following shore line to. point   of
ommoncement, containing five acres
nore  or lees.
DANIEL  HOGG.
Dated  6th February,  191 a. fl3
P.O. Bet 1714 Telephone 448
RITCHIE,   AGNEWI  &   CO.
Civil Engineers and Surveyors
Prince Rnpert,   B.C.
Waterworks, Water Power, Wharf
Construction, Reports, Plana, Dwroln-
on and Provincial Land Surveying,
Electric Blue Printing, Negatives and
White   Prints
Form  11.
Form of Notice.
Skeena    Land    District—District    ol
Coast Range 5.
TAKE NOTICE that Edward
Chesley, IVospector, of Shames, in
tends to apply for permission to
ease the following described land:
commencing at a post planted one
.uarter of a mile east of Mile Pos
83 of G.T.R. from  Prince Rupert o
orth boundary line of railroad
right of way and about ose-lnilf
nile easterly from south-east corner
>f   Wn.   Bison's,    thc-nce    north    10
Ph'ine Blue  183 Res.  Phone 3BT
LIHDSAT S1 CMTABE& STQIiKBL
O.  T.   P    CARTAviE  AGENTS
831    SECOND    AVENUE
JINGLE POT COAL
Ir handled  by  us. A.ll orders receive
prompt attention   I'hone No. 68.
Phone   93. p.D.   Box   8S.
Pacific Cartage Limited
General   Tean,.ng
Furniture   Moving  a   Specialty.
When  yon   buy COAL buy  lhe 13ES7'
— Ladysmith   Lump  or  Comox
Washed   Nut.
TAKE NOTICE that Peter Pionibo, |  hainB' thonce west 10 chains, thence
if Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for permission lo prospect for coa! and petroleum ovor thc following described
lands on the West Coast of Graham
Island: Commencing at a : ost planted three miles north and ono mils
east of the nortli-cast corner of Lot
2437, thenee north SO chains, thence
cast 80 chains, thenee south 80
chaias, thejice west St) chains, to
point of tioaiiinenuomeni, containing
H40 acres more or less.
PETER   PIOMBO.
•    looate :. Decernb. i  3rd, 1914
south   10    chains    .thence    east    10
chains  to  the  point   of   commencement and containing   10 acres,  t::i". i
!   lesE.
EDWARD   CHESLBY,
Dated January 14, 19] ~.
Anheuser-Busch, St. Louis
The Largest Plant of Its Kind
in the World
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A-aadf£^
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Buildings
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PRINCE RUPERT IMP. CO.
Distributors PRINCE RUPERT, B. C,
',    Land  District    ■   Dlsti I I  of
irlo '    Ii    nds,
aUd
"1   I'i ince   Ru u B.   I
occupation Carpente
ply  tor  permission  to
coal anil pelroleuia i i,:l
liiE   lioseribe.i    lam.. e    West
i'   ,.:  ...   '■;■:■    ' immenc
Ins nt a post planted one mile north
and trwo miles east of the north-east
coraer e.f Lot 2485, thence north SO
ehWns, uli^nce oast 80 chains, thence
south SO cluilns, thenco wost 80
chaias, :... poinl of commencement
containing Oil) acres more or less,
ANDREW W. MacLEAN.
I s Igenl.  Pe i r  Piombo
Dale loeated. 23rd  December,'1914.
UK   HIGH   COST OK    LIVHUG  I'.tl-
DfCKD BY III .TNG  VOl'li
I ■ •.   Quail miestii     Lump    < , ii
sii.r.o Per lii n
Ihial   Qualitj   V,
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Union  Transfer   Co.
...
The Queen Charlotte
Oil Fields Limited
Oilice will open today in Law-Butler
Untitling for sole of a limited
amount of   Tri.nsnry  Stock
CKO.  F.    MACDONALD,    Scc.-Treiis.
■aaaaaMnaMaBaanaaaHHaBT ■
HAYNER EROS
Pioneer  Funeral  Directors and
Knili.ilnicis       Open     Day    and
Night.     Ladies'    Assistant     In
Attendance.
'  86,    710 THIRD AVE.
Prince Rupert Journal
SOc. per Month
Daily Jouriial
50c per n.rnth
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A. E. Rand, President J. S. Pearee   Mi
THE PRINCE RUPERT SASH
AND DOOR COMPANY LTD.
UFACl ■'UERS
DOORS,   HASH,   MAM II
SAWING. AND   ' l*S <"    > I
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' Tuesday, April  13,  1915,
PRINCE    RUPERT    JOURNAL
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atiaaUN
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Notice is hereby given that ou the
£rst   .lay   of  April   next    application
G LlNITE of best HataUty and thor-|.wii]  De  made-to  the  superintendent
of     Provincial     Police   and   to   the
Board of License Commissioners foi
ousnly tested  for sale
i
Out Stone or Crushed  Rock in
Quantities
BI'lL .1. McLEOD   Plume Green 21
OCEAtf FISH CO.
Fresh  Fish Arriving Every Day
Outside orders promptly attended  to situate  on   Second  Avenue
the City of Prince Rupert for per
mission to change the site of the
wholesale liquor business now car
ried on by the undersigned company
from its present premises, namely
Lots 10 and 17, Block 11, Section 1
City   o
I'llOX'E   BLUE 250
PHONE 354 P.O. BOX 60
FOR
D
APERHANGING
AINTING
0LISH1NG AND
WALL TINTING
Prince Rupert, to premises situatt
on Lots IB and 10, Block 32, Sec
tlon I, on Fraser Street, in the Cit.i
oi' Prince Rupert.
Dated Iliis 27th of February,  A.D
1915.
Reaver  Wholesale   Liquor   Conpan.
of   Prince  Rupert,  Ltd.
28mar28 C. A. SWBHT, Mgr
TO SERVE THREE
YEARS IN JAIL
TITUS    CA.MPHELL,     AX    INDIAN,
RECEIVED   SENTENCE   15E.
FORE JUDGE  YOUNG.
Cunningham's Store at  Port  Essington    Hud    Special    Attraction
for tlie Accused.
HIGH-GRADE
DECORATING    f
INTERIOR
I . JA1.TY
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B. C. Undertakers |
Martin Swanson
BEG$ND AVE JEAR McBRIDE
Funeral     Directors    und
bulniei's — Satisfaction   Guaranteed -— Open Day and Nighl
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CANADIAN STEAM !
LAUNDRY
NOW OPEii   FOR  BUSINESS
Phone  It 5
4
Manager a
*4nwi-a-B a-t>fta»ft«KH«w!»-a«BKK5t
1 17 Second  Street
Bruce  Morton
.Judge Young was able to attend
court yesterday after several days'
conliiicmeut to bis home from an attack of lumbago. Titus Campbell, an
Indian, accused of breaking into
Cunningham's store at Port Essing-
loii, came before him antl was convicted and sentenced. Ho was given
three years in jail for tlie offence
and was also given a six months
sentence for jail breaking that will
run concurrently.
Campbell was convicted ef breaking into the store on a previous oc-
. nsion. lie served a part of the sen*
lence for ii when he was lei out on
parole. He then proceeded to break
into the store again and was captured.
MINERAL OUTPUT
OF THE WORLD
STATISTICS   RELATIVE   TO    THIS
INDUSTRY   .ALL  OVER
GLOBE.
SVNOPSIS      OF      COAL      MINING/
REGULATIONS.
British  Empire Provided About One-
third of Those Employed
ill Industry.
During 1912 the world's total mineral production considerably exceeded a billion sterling in value, of
which coal accounted for 4S4 millions sterling for 1 Vi billion tons
raised. The United States produced
by far the most, viz., 4S5 million
tuns, Great Britain followed with
only 265 million tons, and Germany
coming third with 255 million tons.
It must, however, be added that the
British   out,mt   wa
Coal mining rights of the Dominion ih Manftota, Saskatchewan an'i
Alberta, the "Y&ikon Territory, tho
Northwest Territories and a portion
of the Province of British Columbia
way be leased tor a term of twen-
iw-ane yeane at an annual rental of
JI per acre. Not more than 2,560
awes w"*l b,e leased to one applicant.
a*BPaoatlons tor a lease must be
BiaiiJb hy tie applicant In person to
the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in which tbe rights applied for
are situated.
In surveyed territory the land
mst be described by sections, or
legai subdivisions of sections, and
In unsurveyed territory tlie tract applied for shall be staked out by the
applicant  himself.
Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $5, which will be
refunded If the rights applied for
are not available, but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the
greatly   reduced |merchantable output of the mine at
g XOTICE.
51 The Canadian  Patriotic  Fund,
5 Will   those   who    need    assistaaeo
■|Latest and Approved Methods 3
"(Only   Skilled
ployed
Operators   Em-
Phone us and ive will call for a
trial   bundle
Note   our   address:
SIXTH    AVENUE    WEST
Phone No. 8
Canadian Steam  Laundry
JfjWKHStMHK* Jl^CHSmHJiatKHKKHKltt
V444440000000000444444444O
Capt. J. McGee
M.M.S.A.
Masters and Mates prepared
lor examination. Compass ad-
luster.
Phone Red 502
•NAUTICAL    ACADEMY"
Helgerson  Block, opposite
Royal   Hoi el
from the above fund, resident ln t*e
city or   HistTict   and    whose   bread-
owing to the strike.
The total production of
amounted io 2?, million ounces
value 97 millions sterling, 61
.ent. of which was from the British
Empire, a percentage to which in
turn South Africa contributed 4n
per cent., Australia in per cent., and
PRINCE RUPERT'S POSITION Canada,  tbe  Gold  Coast, India,  New
is AX EXCELLENT ONE Zealand and Rhodesia together the
|remaining 11 per cent. The I'nited
States' share of lhe world's gold oiii-
put   amounted   to  20   per  cent,   and
(Continued  from  Page One.)
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES  f
For Rent
REASONABLE    RATES
THE
Continental Trust
Company
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winner ii- on active service with  tbe
forces  of the  Empire  or  her Allies,
kindly  notify   tlie  secretary    of
local organization.
tf W
deiail  the Albatross immediately after July 1 to continue the exploring
the i work off those coasts in the hope of
j locating further halibut  beds. I wish
H   COLLISON,     iwe cn'ild  use the  ship  earlier,   but
that  of .Mexico and Russia   combined to 12 per cent.
In iron, as in coal, thc United
States was easily first with 30%
million tons. Germany with only 8%
tlle rate of five cents per ton.
gold | Tbe person operating tho mine
shall furnish 'he Agent with sworn
returns accounting for the full
.:■ tuantiiw of merchantable coal mined
aijtl pay the royalty thereon, lf the
coal mining rights are not being op-
crated, such returns should be fur
nlsbed  at  least onci; a  year.
The lease will Include the coal
mining rights only; but tha lessee
may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may bt
considered necessary for the working of thc minis tit tlie rate of $10
per acre.
For   full    information   application
should  be  made to the Secretary   nf
the Department of the Interior,   Ot
tuiva,   or   to   any   Agent    or    Sub
Agent of Dominion Lands.
P.O. Box 785.
Skeena Land District*—fltfcrtttct of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAK*3 NOTICE that Peter Viaatho,
of Prince Rupert, B.C.., ooeupation
Prospector, IntAnrts to n,p»i,y f»r pijr-
inission to prospect lor coal and cell-oleum over tbe following dtijsfflrtlied
lands on the West. Coast »f Hra.ham
Inland: CosainoBcing at a post planted five miles east of the north-oast
corner of Lot. 2'435, thenee sast M
chains, thonce south 88 shaina,
thenco west SO chains, theiiue nerth
so chains, io point of eoramejace-
ment, containing 640 acres more or
less.
ja29 PHTER   PIOMBO.
our appropriation  will not permit it. trillion   Ions
" 'Further, it is possible that we
may divert the Roosevelt from Alaska work this summer to aid the Albatross in tho task. This seems to be
the most practical and permanent
measure preventing the diversion of
the fishery from Seattle by Inducements which may be offered from
Prince Rupert.' "
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LOOKS TO GOOD
being
bud
second;
while, curiously enough, France
came next with 7 % million tons and
Britain only fourth with 4% million
tons. The amount of silver raised
was over 7,100 tons, of which Britain's share was 1,556 Ions; while in
copper she contributed only 90,000
tons out of a total of over a million
tons, a percentage that was even
smaller  in   the    case    of   petroleum,
W. W. CORY,
Deputy Minister of the Interior
Royal  Naval College of Canada.
TRAVEL OVER Till
Skeena   Laud    District—District    of
Queen Oharlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Teter Pionibo,
of   Prince   Rupert,    B.C.,    occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for per-|tions,   Mr.   Crawford  says    hi
mission to prospect for    oal and petroleum over the following described
lands on  the West Coast of Graham
Island:  Commencing al a post planted  five miles east of the  north-east
corner of Lo.t 2435, thence north 8.0
chains, thenco oast SO chains, f"iOa>ice'wcl,.e
south   SO    chains,    thence    wes.t    SO'i
chains,  to  point,  of   commencement, Isee »  radical  revival   In  a    financial
containing 640 acres more or loss       wav.    The  smaller  towns    and    Ihe
ja29 PETER   PIOMBO.
Date located, December 4th, 1914. country  In  the  prairie  provinces are
where it amounted to only one mil-
L1XE lion oul  of 47 million tons.
—:  In salt  and load  Britain's showing
(Continued from  Page   One.)       Was more satisfactory, amounting in
 ' tlie former
Speaking   of    the    general    condi-
com-
pany    expects    a    good    amount    of
travel  this year.   He lias  been   east i
to   Halifax   and   says   conditions   are  -
now   very    much    better    than    they
This  summer  he  thinks   may
The next examination  for  the  en-
_y of Naval Cadets, will be held at
me examination centres of the Civil
•ew'ie OoaOinission in May, 1915
■nccesBfn" candidates joining the col
"»ge on ar about 1st August. Appli-
sMIens for entry will be received up
to 15th April by tbe Secretary, Civil
Uteri-ice Commission, Ottawa, from
wtiom blank entry forms can now be
obtained.
Candidates for the examination In
May next must be between the ages
;ase to 3%  millions out ., ,ourtoen aud glxteen  on   the  ]st
July, lain.
further details can be obtained on
application to the undersigned.
G. J. DESBARATS,
deputy Minister of the Naval   Service
Department of the Naval Service,
Ottawa
The Morning Journal
50c. per month
Skeena   Land  District ---  Districl  ot
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE   XOTICE   that.   Andrew    W
MaeLean, of Priuce Rupert, B.C., oc
upation  Carpenter, intends to apply
or  permission to prospect  for   c   .
nd petroleum over the following de
cribed  lands on  the West Coast  of
Graham   Maud:     Commencing   :rf   a iii
post  planted   two  miles north of the
north of Lot 2433, thence
Inorth     10    chains,    thence   east    80
chain       111 nc.      south     SO    chains,
then.'.'   •:■■ cl ains   to    point   of
i   mm iiicement, containing 640 acres
more  t.    I as.
.N'DREV"    "      MacLEAN.
i i S A"■•:■ ■      ' ter Piombo
Dale locafi I,  2 Ird  December, 1814.
way.
country
now   more   prosperous.    The    revival
as far as the larger cities may he ex-
pected to follow.
lie is* delighted  with  the weather
here and   was agreeably surprised to
of IS million tons and in the latter
to Vi million out of 1 \\ million tons.
In zinc lit".' share was 22 per cent,
j out of over a million Ions, and in tin
per cenl. of a total of 126,000
tons.
Incidentally, mining and quarrying the world over absorbed 6 "A
million workers, of which more than
a third were employed in the British
Empire and a tilth in the I'niie.l
Kingdom proper.
Skeena  Land  Districl      District of
Qneen  Charlotte Islands.
TAKB  NOTICE  that   Andrew   VV.
find flowers In bloom in the gardens MaeLean, of Prince Rupert,   11.   C,
Prince   Ruperl   al   Ibis  season    of occupation  Carpenter, intends  to a]
eason
the year,   lie leaves   Prince   Rupert
wltli  a wonderfully good opinion of
it.
GUNS ONLY  DEFENCE
AGAINST   SUBMARINES
woaw-«H'HXiWH>ooi>ai>ao-»0^
RUPERT MARINE 1RONW0MS AND
SUPPLY CO., LIMIT D
WATERFRONT,   PRINCE   RUPERT
MVCIMII'KS,      MACHINISTS    AND  MACHINERY  (*ONTRACTORS
British      Mercantile      Marine
Would Avenge Death of
Captain  Davis.
ply  for  permission   to  prospect    for
coal  and  petroleum  over tho following   described  lands   on    tiie   West
Coast of Graham   Island:   Cominenc-
ng at a post planted two miles north
nnd one mile east of the   north-oast
corner of Lot: 2435, t.heuce north 8*
chains, thence nasi SO chains, thenco
south   80    chains,    thence    west    80
bains  to  point   of   commencement,
!containing 640 acres more or less.
Men! ANDREW   W.   MacLEAN.
IIS Agent,  Poter Piombo
Date located  2"!rd  December, 1914.
Ik  ana    Land     District—District    of
se.l   iii  the  merean-
SppclallstN in  Murine Power Plants, Oil, Slotini, ...   fiiinnlini*.
I'.. C. Coast Agents for lite British Kr.H.iln.tit Scnil-ltii'sel Oil En-
ginc—the mosl tellable ati.I economical, and lie cheapest
power for fishing In..its.  tugs nnd passenger vessels.
Standard  Gas   Engine Company's Engines and Paris In stock,
A
-
Colui
Murine Ai ci ..
lira
paiis.
P.O. BOX SI5
ii'ithi      .   .
. minos ,,111!
I dverpool,
I outrage has
■'I"    masters    a
H ■ enge  the deal h
:i   mail  of a  qtiiel
tion,  with  a  ln..-t  of  friends  in
■ '   Ice and  among  tbe  Wesi   Coasl
ie ers   and a  reputation for reliable       ■ nan hip.   II   Is  declared   In
I I i rpool that the gallant manner in
lied  was leal   of   his
ter.
thi    :■   the    n   I;
6        ■ ,     i ■ .    .       ... ,
!' SCOtl
a ■   ii i ■
S Id
rin
,■,
IS
TAKE NOTICE that  Peter Pionibo,
I  Prince Rupert,   B.C.,   ocoupatien
determination     to|pr08ne0tori intends to apply for per-
Captain   Davis   misbiou to prospect for conl and po
reserved   dlsposl
troleum over Ihe following described
lands mi
the ls'  ■ '
io III
' ain
lit:,!'
:.|2II
'...
est Coast of Grab a in
■ttcing at a post plant -
orth of th« north-east.
. 137
tbence north SO
f"1 chains, tbence
Ihence    west.   80
comment ement
more or loss.
K   PIOMBO,
3rd, in
80   Vf
January 8th,  1015
Unauthorized publication of this
advectisemenl will not be paid for.—
72858. ja2S
JAMES GILMORE
ARCHITECT
Second  Ave Near  McBrlde  St
HOTEL DIRECTORY
Mfeufbers  of  the  Prince   Rupcat
Licensed Vintners' Association
WINDSOR    HOTEL
Cor. ol  First Ave. and  Eighth St.
W.  II. Wright. Prop.
HOTEL  CENTRAL
First  Ave.  and  Seventh  St.
Bnropean  and  American   Plana
81.00 to 82.80 Per Dn>
Peter   Blacli.   Prop.
ami
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EXPE
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t and Staff fur machine and ship
TBLfiPa     .    3*3
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Phone   7
NOTICE is hereby given that on
the 23rd day of March next applica
tion will be made to the Superlt,
tendent of Provincial Police and t«
tlie Board of License Commissioners for the City of Prince Rupert for
permission to remove tbe license for
the sale of liquor by wholesale from
tlie premises known as Lots 15 and
16, Block 32, Section 1, situate Lt
Frazer Street In the City of Prince
Rupert, to the lands described as
Lots 19 and 20, Block 23, Section 1,
on Third Avenue in tlie said City of
Prinee Rupert.
DATED  this  20th   day   of    Febru
ary,  1915.
PRINCE   RUPERT  IMPORTING CO.
/ LIMITED.
\V.  II. Marshall, Manager
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Hew Wellington
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the alOth of May, llilL', is hereby can
celled.
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Deputy .Minister (t Lands
Departmenl  of Lands,
Victoria, B.C.,
October  19tb,   1914.       o2 I
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