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VOL. v.
PRl.VCE RUPERT, 13. C, SATURDAY, APRIL 10,   1915.
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ENE
Allies On Western
Front Prove Too Much
For The German Armies
Paris, Apidl 9,—An official statement says:
"After a new and brilliant attack,
the important position at LeParges
which the enemy defended obstinately is now completely in oar hands.
We have carried 1500 metres of
trenches. We have thus attained one
of the principal objectives of our
operations for the last few days.
"Further north near the forest of
Ailly we maintained all the ground
gained. We repulsed three counterattacks.
"In the forest of Montniare the
Germans made fifteen attacks for
the purpose of retaking the trenches
which we wrested from them. They
were repulsed, ln turn, fifteen times.
Heaps of German bodies were left
lying on the ground.
"To the north of Beassejottr the
enemy attempted to retake the
trenches lost last month. They were
unsuccessful, being mowed down by
our tire.''
Weakness   Developing.
Paris, April 9.—The veterans of
General Von Kindt's army are being
rushed to Woevre to check a furious
French drive between tlie Mense and
Moselle rivers, according to aerial
observers.
General Joffre believes the German position east of Verdun is critical, and ordered a continuous assault. The attack has raged for two
days and two nights. The French
drive is on three different fronts—
at Verdun, St. iMihiele, and the Valley of the Orne.
Vic Swanson Dead.
The death occurred yesterday of
Victor Reinhold Swanson, who was
well known in Hazelton, says the
Hazelton Miner of Saturday. Mr.
Swanson was a settler in the Glen-
lanna district, where he has been
living for some time. Several weeks
ago he was taken Ul of a pulmonary
complaint. Yesterday he was brought
down to the hospital, in the hope of
prolonging his life, but died soon
after reaching the institution.
A. R. McDonald of the Ominoca
Miner will return to the interior to
day.
WILLIAM MANSON HAD
A GOOD RECEPTION
Conservative Candidate Returned
Yesterday From A Tour Of Southern End Of The Constituency-
Prospects Excellent For The Party
William Manson, the Conservative
candidate tor Prince Rupert, relumed yesterday by ihe Princess May
from Bella Coola and otlier points in
the  southern   part  of   his   constitu-
The winter was not a severe one
and tiie fanners are preparing for a
good season on tbe land. Everything,
in  fact, be found in good  shape.
In a political way Mr. Maiison the
Bella    Coola   Valley   aud   all   other
enc.y. He made a tour of the Bella parts of the constituency visited Is
Coola Valley, meeting the electors very satisfactory. The prospects for
Hud discussing questions of the daylthe Conservative parly in those parts
with them. He says that the set-] were never better and he expects to
tiers are quite optimistic Willi re- see the party secure the largest vote
gard  to the future of tlie valley.        yel   given  there.
Political Pointers For
The Electors To
Ponder Over
CANADIAN ARMY CONTRACTS.
It was perfectly certain that in the hasty purchase of military supplies at the beginning of the war, offences would come in Camilla as
they did in Britain, .'"onie of these and some suspected offences are now
under investigation. The people of Canada are interested in these matters themselves, but they are still more'interested in noting tlie attitude
and conduct of the ministers in respect to them, says the News-Advertiser. In the surgical dressings case it was made to appear that the foreign vendor sold to the Government through a local dealer, who made
2.S per cent, profit, when the goods should have been sold directly to the
Militia Department and saving the country $11,000. When the facts were
brought out, a minister who was a member of the investigating committee announced that the transaction would be referred to the Department of Justice to take appropriate action. But, the middleman anticipated the result by handing over all his profits, so that the Government
bought the goods at the wholesale import price. Yesterday Sir George
Foster stated that any war purchases made through his department for
the British Government or the Allies were made directly from the origin.
al producers so that there were no intermediary profits. We may compare the syrgieal dressing case with that of tbe emergency rations for
the South African War. This waa a case where an exploiter bought $500
worth of broken biscuits from the United States, had It repacked in cans
and sold it for "4,060 as "emergency food" for the use of the Canadian
soldiers In South Africa. The facts were established in a parliamentary
enquiry which showed that the food contained only 17 per cent, nutritive substance. But the whole transaction was whitewashed by a majority report and a majority vote in the Commons. It should, however, be
said that the Liberals were not unanimous. Some half a dozen, including Mr. Frank Oliver, Mr. J. V. Ellis, Mr. Richardson, and Mr. Puttee,
voted for the motion setting forth that the transaction was a swindle
and that
"the Minister of Militia and   he Department of Militia were
guilty of culpable negligence in purchasing and   providing
Ihe Canadian  soldiers with an article totally unfit for the
purposes  for  which, it  was Intended."
But in spite of this dissenting vote the exploiter got away with the
profits and  the scandal  was not condemned.    We hope that this kind of
history will not repeat itself.
Russians Driving Back
Enemy In Carpathian
Mountains With Energy
Petrograd, April 9.—An official
statement   issued  say.:
"On the front on the Nlemen thert
have been actions of secondary importance.
Lilians say this world has no conception of the enormous difficulties both.
armies  have    had    to   overcome    in
maintaining themselves In the moun.
tain    districts,    without    considering
"In the Carpathians our troops re- the requirements of .'oiit.iiiin.iis des-
pulsed a number of   Austro-German | perate battles.
attacks. We have continued our
progress antl we now hold the whole
of the  principal chain  extending  for
Since early in the winter the fighting for the passes has been violent.
Al  least one engagement occurred at
more than seventy-live miles from an altitude in excess of nine thou-
Reghetovo to Volossate with the ex-|gand feet. Blizzards, avalanches and
ception of one hilj. We took twelve Ler0 temperatures have added their
hundred prisoners ih the fighting.      terrors to the combat, and  virtually
every charge has been made through
'There   is   no  marked   change    on
'any of the otlier fronts."
Enormous Reinforcements.
Enormous Russian reinforcements
are arriving daily in the region of
Uzsok Pass,  where  the Czar's   army
snow in which the men sank to their
waists.
The terrain offers to the army engineers Inconceivable handicaps. Instances are numerous where a posi-
1s slowly but certainly scaling the tion—the capture of which bus cost
icy cliffs to the heights dominating the lives of hundreds of int.'ii--has
the pass.   This sector  now  presents had to   be   Immediately   abandoned
some of the most furious lighting of
the war and with the Russians ou
the Hungarian side of the Dukla and
Lupkow passes, it is lhe centre of all
military interest. Military observers
who have  returned  from  the Carpa-
because uo part of the battle Una
could be seen from It. While perhaps not three hundred yards away
a strong point of support became
valueless because a chasm, a crag or
an  Insurmountable cliff intervened.
CONSTRUCTION Ol'  ROADS
IN  CONNECTION  WITH WAI!
Roads in the Western Fighting Area
Arc Subject of Great
fare.
TRAGIC DEATH OP
WELL-KNOWN   PIONEER
Details   Respecting   the   Sail    Occurrence at the Interior
Town.
NEWTON RE-ELECTED
0! FICE OF MAYOR
John Dybhavn Made Successful Run
For Alderman In A Three Cornered
Contest—Larger Vote Cast Than
In January
Ex-Mayor  N'ewton    was   yesterday
returned as mayor by the subs: intlal
In  a  contribution  from  that  Rente I     A  ""OS" deplorable affair, resulting majorlty  of  86   voles.     The  election
observer,   "Eye-Witness,"   published :;l  ,!"' aeat" "f  Petei' Dunnigan,   a ,,,■<,..,,.I an interesting one, the voters
recently   an   interesting  sidelight  i-   well-known and respected pioneer ofjtkal  turned out  exceeding the num-
-,   lhe v.lie-   occurred  -ii  Telkwa about, ber  thai   voted    at   the    election    In
(brown  upon  the  road  question as it  tnl   laney, oixuiiou  ai   i   n.w a auoiii.,
, ,,.,,..,, ! January.    Then
affects the war in the actual fighting noon •v,,s"-,'[,il-v ,("",(l ftiiay),   says *
,,     .,, , .-        •     i , iii      .,     than ii.ted at the general eleclion m Tuesday
,    .    ,.„.    ,   ,, ilhe Alue: mere News  in detailing the
area. "It is difficult,   says the writer,; January     Tl."   supporters
| circumstances connected    with     tho,
'for   those   win.   do   nol,   know   some
Next wee!: another election will
take place in ihe city to lill Hie aldermanic vacancy caused bj the resig-
natloti ' ..:' Alderman McClymont
v. Ii.-ii lie qualified for the mayoralty
'milest. Tie electiim will be on i''r!-
iiiore .ii.y next.   Nomination takes place "ii
HOLLAND   SHOWS   FEELJNG
AGAINST  GERMANY
Rumors "f  Hostilities  Between   ""'
Two  Nations  Are  Now
Hoard,
London,   Eng.,  April    0.    Further
complications appeal'  to be in  store
IMPORTANT COAL DEAL
IN   IHE GROUNDHOG
Properties   Reported   Sold —  Early
Development To Re Undertaken.
even:  thai  look place there lasl  i-'i I- ,
iihing of tbe problem of maintaining Ja
an army in (In  field ;..> realize   what     Mr.  Dunnigan  had   jusl returned
Immense  efforts and  how  greal    an: from   lluhirr   Basin,  where he   had
imottnt  of material  are  required to ae<">   working, and   was on his  way.
keep the roads in repair, especial!)
under motor traffic. As has been already mentioned, one great difficulty
of doing tills ip  tlie part  of France
to Ills ranch io begin his spring
I work.   At Telkwa he met Harry Mr-
Meekln, and, although, so far as is
I known, the men   had always been  on
upporti
candidates  worked hard all day and
... il a large vote out.
In  the aldermanic contest  «.t-Ald-
ermaii   Dybho i a   rt'ii ■   mi.-. - . -i i.i  in   a
three-cornered  fight.   The Ihr	
dldatcH came  very close  toi ■ I In r  In
their votes,  Alderman  Dybhavn win-'
I.At li   ' ROM   (ill V.VIJV.
Dr, Gllroy  Has  Returned  I'rnin  I
ICHSlonul Trip in tlle Smelter
Ton n.
iiing by  :!'-   '. ol es   oi ■■:   ex A Idei'iuan
lor Germany on account of the sink- reported to have been made by Mil
,      n      i       • . ,.      , , fcl/llll       PI   IU.1,       I. .   < i i i i  11 ' |        11'   (., 11 11      .in       un-  .
and Belgium in which we are operat- The votes were as follows
,,..,,.. u   .   ai .  sail I   on   the   other   Ulan,   dealing    a
,    .    Ing  lies  In   tlie   fact  Ihat   the  paved ,.      «,.._..„.
\ coal deal of some magnitude Is j      ,,_,,, ,.,__, 'blow  which caused  him  to rail, and 5
S.   M.   N'ewton	
! portion of the roads is in most cases
Morrissey,   and   by
George Casey.
ten
liis head  struck  a  stone  whicli   frac-
"",     l   "'     \*o narrow that .ehlcles cannol  pass-""      Th UeClymonl
Ing of Dutch vessels and a threaten-waulcee   capttaHSts,   who    have   ac- each other without going off lt. and|Jured   llis    sk""'    T'"'    unfortunate " '
ed violation of neutrality. There wasL„h.ed  a considerable   area   In   the thai  .he soft earth on each  side is, man  dled   '•'"''"   "'"   m,nutes  with*
a rumor last evening  that   Holland j,. ,,    ,,(of„ ,„.„„    J.„ , „.,♦,,„,.-..,., , ,  out rega.in.ng eonscio
' '!
this   has   been   denied.   It   is  known,
• th'.'weier. thai  relations ar
Groundhog   district,    comprising    a in  wet weather, soon churned up byi
j number of claims held by the Jack- the heavy lorries in use into a mass
of    mud   upwards   of   two   fi el    In
i depth,   ll  lias been found necessary,
,     .     , son-Laidlaw  interests, says the  Hass-
[under    arrest    by    Constable    I'air-
deci ased,
The
io   was    about
Majo
easl 7SH
Spoiled   ballots       11
l-'t.i   Alderman.
lohn  Dybhavn  28.5
D.   W.   .Mon
Hr. Gllroy, who has been absent
from the city for some lime, has re-
:,' i. lie has been paying a pro-
!■ lonal rlsll :.. ".nyox, where the
...„ Granbj smelter is located. The tow n,
, .„ he lays, i making good progre
ou   any I    l   i ning oul an ever
ii-        I.
, , ,     .,.,.., ,       ,,.,    nn-lelton   .Miner.    It  is expected   that an
between   the two  countries   on   ac j therefore, to Improvise some method
count of the threatened aggressions;engineer representing the purchasers Qf |ncreaslng nie wi(]l]|  o{ the har(1 forty years of age, came to the val-
of  Germany.   The  Dutch   forces are.wlll inB„ect   the   properties   in   the surface of the roadway, so as lo al-1' S9Ven y€ars ug0' in]i"K «P a Pre* _
 '     "" ]ow ot trafnc  on ^ach  si(ie    Th|s )8 emptlon   at   the   head   of   AnU,nnor<,fo00004040000000a000voor)0OO000000a000000a00a00OaaO444O
Lake, where he made his home, liv-
Spolled   ballots
Hoard of Trade Meeling.
,28.3      The monthly meeting ol the Board
. .'_' !.'• of Trade will be held     ■   "     '      at
:.":•'  the   rooms,    Second    Avenue,    al    s
::!  ..'clock   in  the evening,
under arms ready to resist any ag-jI||i:ij.  jl]tlj|V>  n||ljl|.  , .,.  ,,,„,.,,.,,.   ,„
gression  with force
The German steamer Mame, which:
Frank Jackson, and  that  a policy of
; development     will   be   Inaugurated.
had been used at Flushing as a wire-1
less station, has been ordered to ™s transaction, it is believed,
leave. The public is much angered, marks the beginning of an era of re-
over the encroachments of Germany, .nowed activity in the noted coalfield.
now being successfully done.
"Although  the pave  Is one of the
most ancient, and durable forms   of
road, even It is broken up in time by
the continual passage of heavy   mo-
(ContlBBed  oi   Pif*  Foar.)
Ing lhe life of a bachelor and enjoy-,
ing the friendship of the entire
neighborhood, His tragic death Is a
matter or profound regret to everyone who knew him.
Further Bombarding In Dardanelles
London, April 9, The allied fleet bombarded lli<- forts of the
Dardanelles all day Sunday ml during part of Wednesday. Everything  is iiulot  in  the Strait*- now, says the Daily Telegraph, Sal ■,..!",
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Published -   morning   ex
city at the following raw,
advance :-
One Veat 	
Six Monti ■ ' '
Till' ■     '' !..•••••
If    ,, Id    m    advance
per   M onttl
WEEKLY   EDITION.
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FAVORITES
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Advertising
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to the hilt.
:In    ICah        was I
"' '        sell    -   "I'liiii;.    and     li b
!.. expeel sei vility from his en-
ii age.     li   is   related   that   at   the
age   of  eighl   his  bobbj   was  to  es-
— ea ■   the ligilunce of his nurses and!
SPLENDID  FOR  PLUMBERS
lii.. sale of Product No. 99 is strictly
confined to the high-class supply
hou is. Its cosi of manufacture is
therefore not affected by Dept. or
"price cutting Btore" influence that
so often drives manufacturers to the
■ - ol lii! :i- !■ chemicals and pro-
. Nor is the dealer allowed to
re.luce thi rei iii price under penalty
of   having    his    supply    terminated.
A POWERFUL SOLVENT FOR
CLOGGED UP DRAIN PIPES
"un" destroys accumulations 'I lint, paper, cloths, hair, slime,
grease,  vegetables   soap,  fruit and many others,   li  is harmless to
fines plumbing.
DON'T ARGl'E ItoVT    PIT   ill TEST    IT
,■•■    aratlon been  io  generally    successful    in   clearing
drains that it is boughl ov. il over again by those who have
tried il, but Inasmuch as no on can know the aattial condition eX'
iBtlng within a pipe, It is abso ately imposslbli for the manufacturer or the dealer to guarante.    1    result, •
CHEMSCAL PRODUCTS CO., NEW YORK
rry'Ihans
:-<-., THE    RELIABLE   PL! MBER
FOR    THE    REST   IN   PLOIIUXG   AND    HEATING    PHONE    181)
^J&WoVMikSLSm
G.    T.     1    e     D.    a^o
Sailings for Vancouver
Victoria and Seattle
S.S.  Prince  George every   Friday nt I) a.m.
S.S. Prince John at 7 p.m. on Sunday, April  11, 2~>, etc.
For Massett and Porl Clements S.S. Prince John 111 p.m.  Saturday,
April  8,   17.  etc.
For Skidegate, Lockeport, etc., s.s.  Prince John   II   p.m.   Sunday,
April  I, is, etc.
For Stewart  ami Naas River S.S.  Prince John I)   a.m.   Wednesday,
April  7,\'_*l,  etc.
For Anyox   (Granby  Ray)  s.s. Prince (let.cue inidnighl every Wednesday.
G.T.P.   KAU WAV  SCHEDULE
Trains leave Prince Rupert r. i Prince George, Edmonton, Melville,
Winnipeg, etc., ut Id a.m., Wednesdays and Saturdays, connecting   with  trains  I'm   SI. Paul. Chicago anil all   points   easl.
Trains urrive  from the east  oo  Thursdays and Sundays ut 0.30 p.m.
G.T.  RAILWAY  SYSTEM
Tiie  Double-track  jloute
Prem Chicago to Toronto, Hamilton,   Buffalo,   Montreal,   etc.,   etc.
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Coal, Cement, Plaster and Brick
AND A C.IPLETL LINE OF BULDERS' SUPPLIES
BWM     .111   IIMll'S     .'VOLITIONS, j gO     It!     tlie     Pulllfe     giltCS     ill     01'd«j	
adPr ot the enjoy  the   pleasure   of   seeing     the j gMHWMWKrt^^
Since bavin sentries salute him. | JkwwmhWhWi^^
Opposition,  Sir  Wilfrid   Laurie! ^   ^^^    ^   announced   that   he
extolled one Idea every year on tl0|w01ll(1 visi, the Klng „r the Belgians
question .>'-' the tariff. After his de- in hls yacntj ami Ostend was the
feat he wenl from limited reciproc-jspol chosen. People came from alli
ltJ. t0 unlimited reciprocity, then he over     Belgium   to   welcome     him- -
«   .1 „ „,,„   their expenses,  it   if said,  were  paio
advocated  the abolition   of   the  cus- I
■unocaieii —.-anil  this is  what  happened:
touts tariff on grain and agricultural!    _^  H()henzollern st()k, |ilong  tha
implements only, an1' this 'e;ir '"shore, entering lhe harbor, and be-
criticizing the budget of the Hon. come stationary. Under tlie blue
Mr White, lie lias become Cham- sky the brilliant, sunlight shone up-
pion  of   the   policy   of   commercial on  a   white  ship,  white  within   and
,   ,, I without, and upon a single majestic
11 al Cl
figure on  its deck, that, too,  all in'
* i
 I white,   upright   and' grandly   posed,
evolutions,    says    l'Evenement.     If immovable as  a  statue,    its,    silver
then, to satisfy the wisp, of Mr, La- cunraga and   helmet    reflecting    the
chance, if is necessary to admire the I
"fixity of Sir Wilfrid Laurier's politi-|   Tho tnousanas ot people who look-
preference
with  England, which
WESTHOLME LUMBER CO., LTD.
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ea!  principles,"    we    must    compare
ed  upon the scene had    their    ears
him to a weather-cock, which stands ravisllea   by  Bweet s011nds  from   the
proudly on its axis, but turns to a11!interior   of   tlie   yacht,  some   of   the
tin   winds. Thus Sir Wilfrid Lauvlerj
has  his   feel   well   sunk  in   the   turf  ,   , .    .,
and    niri   of the  Liberal  party,   but
!-■ I till out fail to all the
winds of opinion.
CAPITAL AND CREDIT
On. i Ic   •
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Int. ■ ■      ■" ■ Isting
monetary  conditions  in the Stal
■     gner's op.        solemn
When   i        was   ftn-
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and  acl Iver. ■ '
mull II ule  wl o   ■ hied to
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ays    played    a   mosl
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,■' dismissed the general whose only
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Rifles and Shot Guns
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Camping Supplies       I
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l?*'MKHKi»!KW'JiKio«a-i>»»i>>.
A is   that   he   had   won    the
in  their mindi       i fact thai hattle , Emj eror, bul
while  Interi at  rati resent t En
extremely    low,    there Is a  decided Idonable   offence,   as   it   dimmed   the
ri    |      , | new    enter-1Imperial l| ■■
When     they hear   of  the      One da ' William had
■   Mi ■.    '■"  ' '  Ice   a    ind Id id    tl   a   manoeuvre    be    rode]'™'
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other large do in      , taklt     tin    re] orJ-s| ,•
- ent. they nat- j of   e ■-.•        idlng
urn'!    ■                             erfect]        odlwenl   along.
,   tioni   should     attract     neces- On.                  ad  nothing  ti
sary   funds   and   a ■ ■   Inclined  tr,  be- "What—n   -othing?"
lie. e the;     re,                      inner, the "No    io! hing,  she."
victims of                 itlon       An    an- "Nonsense!    I   command   you   to
alysis of the   Ituation    hould -   ..    irt!"
this   Impression. "if your Majesty commands 1 musl
n,;   bank   credil   are  en obey;  and all  I can              i ia!  the
lltli        al- whole affair w                 ■ nd ed i
.■ii   the   majority    of   borrowers "
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1 -
th r on i
leki  I  Mini
was   the  case  last   fa I1
capital   In
rei      in      t  last to flirt '
the fairest  and   mosl   seductive   pro-
I osil Ions   presented,
While il is true there is at pr»-
Bi in i.ii abundance of funds seeking
Investment, It is nol for capital pur-
' es and i he desire of investors to
keep their assets In liquid form
yi t earning something In the way of
interest pending a settlement of the
war and a restoration of com.,let,
confidence—has forced the rate on
nill edge, short lime paper down to
a poinl considered impossible sin
months ago.
I   mdi ■  """I  ! h'
Kaiser  wenl   to  Bee il    night     after
and
and
night,  shouting   his   applause,
author
'!       i P"!     I'!.'    lii.     W\lOt	
:.. i resses,
The Kaiser is said to be very nervous of his own skin, however valorous he is iii words. Immense precautions have been made for Ills
safely  during the present  war.
When      al      C/.enslochowa      I: h e
grounds  of  ilie place whero ho was
staying   were  enclosed    with     high
ba rlied
with
cage   tor fancy birds.
*
■d   wire   fencing,     and     roofed [1
wire  netting like  an  onnrnious'j
For reservations, tickets ami lull Information regarding travel to
uny pari of the world apply to tho G.T.P. Ticket Oilice, Third
Avenue;  Agency all Atlantic Steamship bines,
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PRINCESS MAY
SOUTHBOUND, 8 P.M. SUNDAY
PRINCESS MAQUINNA,
FOR ALASKAN PORTS MONDAY, APRIL 12
J. G- McNAB, General aVgent, corner Third Ave.   mid   Fourth   St.
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| THE UNION STEAMSHIP CO. OF B.C. LTD'
I S.S, VENTURE
| Southbound Tuesdays at 8 p.m.
I Sailings for Granby, Simpson and the Naas
Sundays at Midnight
' For further particulars apply to
ft    JOHN   BAI1NSLEV,   AG! :: U3J Second Ave., I'hiiue 5(18
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Capital     $   11,500,000
Iieserved   Fund $ 13,500,000
Total   .\--.els     "1185,000,00(1
Savings iliink  Department—$1 will open an account
inches   Throughoul   Canada and Banking Connections With All
Tarts of the United Slates. Agents Throughout  tlie World.
T.  WILSON, Manager        - ■ Prince    Ruperl    Branch
CLEAN OP AND PAINT UP NOW
O-CBDAR     MOPS,  O-CEDAR  MOP POLISH
ALABASTINE   SANITARY  WALL  COATING
WATER HOSE, GARDEN TOOLS,  WATERING  CANS
MARTIN-SBNOUR 100  PER  Cc -,'T   PURE  I'A't.N'.
PAINT   BRUSHES,  LAWN'   MOWI'liS AND GRASS SHEAR3
CARPET    BEATERS,  GARBAGE   PAILS
WINDOW   SCREEIfB, SCREEN  DOORS
_AT THE—
KAIEN HARDWARE CO., m im Av,
a£HJlWMWl&aKHllK«W-a»a>0-^l^ -/(l<«HK«aKlCHKHMMa
Prince Rmpert Transfai
—FOR-
Coal, Furniture Moving, Baggage
and Heavy Teaming i
W. J. CRAWFORD, Manager
phone see       0B,:„"™:r.;;.
The Morning Journal
50 cents per Month II   ..!■„
*     a.....l.
PRINCE
asiaeiS"
RUPERT
\	
JOURN.'.'!.
Saturday, April 10, 1911
ONTARIO'S POWER
PROPOSITIONS
THK   HTDRO-ELCETRIC    SYSTEM
IN    EASTERN    PROVINCE
SHOWS  WELL.
obsolescence j as compare
Some Figures Presented in the Legislature  Dealing  With
Question.
to  general  decay   and
amounting   to  $850,6 18.17,   tl
still   a  sui'plti 57; 1,5 19.35,    or
over ten per <en:. oi' the total i
nue  of the three  year...    Till
showing aftei  thr. e years of i
with a surplus of $!
711 in Inst this sin plus  I
set the depreciation charge of $31
v-:i.  thus  leaving  the   surplus   less
'     I   elation,  at  ?401,349.
1
.1»
I,
liSth
,-y's Own
il  the result,  in the opinion
on
A thriving condition 1
Eleetric  powei   Bystem  Is
the   seventh   annual
commission   tabled   in   th
ing,  aij	
of the ■ hafrmaii  of    he  i ouimi
i': a mosl gratifying one.
Assets  Worth  HH,-5.24»,203.
The  total  pl ml   ■ alue of   the  Hs
dro-Electi'lc   Is ■:•     512,901,
125,    with   net
ash,  and  othei
jbring the loml
f . The    a    omits   of   the   sixty-nine
n i il I lave  been  consolidat ■
ed Into one balance sheet. The value
,., DeIi! nre      .1 .nc.
■ 0 ; ml
up  to    $15,249,2 i3,|
the Hydro-
Bhown   '■. ,-riiis represent- an increase of three
i nd  a  half mill! ins in  plant   ■■ isets
Ontario over  I a l :    '.:■ Inter. Is In
of land and buildings is placed
791,732; sub-station equipment, $1,-]
176,871; ova ■ :"':ii! distributing svs-i
underground dls-
$807,153; street|
' 1,071,255,  antl |
'en:.    13,4 12  ' 13;
Ibull" ■    lystem
■:_t	
■I, 17 '  175
;..ri   :. iHi,,...   l.xpeinded.
Sir .'■■:.
o!
Legislature by
wh ieh
thai     the    sixty-nine   municipal!
which   are  using   the   hydro   power
have  shown  a  total  revi nue of   ten
per cent, over and  above the cost ofi
service,  Including   depreciation,   de-]
vei    ::■   -;'
The  expenditure  during    he
  __ .',   '.ie'.. :.,'„  .■   •: I      ■ .'.il'-'.,'
the   outstanding   feature   ,s j that, the eltiinated saving ti !* Of this the Niagara-Dundas dii
'era  of  H   Iro light  for tl ;,,.,      B( ounletl     or    over   a
»1.6i '■■■'"■    ■ ' ' '      H.S76.500 m,ulon .. „,, .,  halt The  Ma(    ,     .
1       iiunibei ...l: i run       th omp irativi ly
ui'  ubi   s of H i       r hi        a!   i i.„ ;,      ..„ „ iltu,,e  „,■   ■;, l0)670.    The
a   marlai I   In     i,    li     n    ill   .    bein ...   ,.„    ..... . m     ,.,,,n.|10,i    $456,S24
spite   Ihe   fact   that   thc   rales   have|Placed  a1   :"'7 ' '    '        '   :"   " ''     '  '  ;''"  Wasdell  Falls   lysl    go!   $195,-
liisnesi  '"'i''"'1    °{  ,,;,',h"    >'"'    ''■'■'■  596,  the  St.  Lawrence  system  $31,-
number  of  eon-'ie54> the Eugenia Falls system $238,-
ORDERS  by Major    . II.  McMullin, Coi  hiani larch 19,
Parat'.'i- "A" Com] ny will
parade at the Exhibition Building on Wednes I 7,
and Friday, April , al 7:45
p.in.
at  7:4,"   p.m.
"B"  Company  will  parade  al
the     Efcchlbitii n on
Monday, April ■"■    ind        ir   I.
April i-i, al 7:45 p.m. «
W.  S.   MARSH \I.L, Lieut.
Acting  Adjutant.
Skeena   Lbji.1    Districl     Districl    ol
Queen
TAKE WO'l I Peti r Piombo,
of Prince Rnpert, B.C., occupation
-or. intends to Sjiply for per-
iiiissiiiii to i • I ''■■ oal and pe
trolouin over the following described
lands on ie Wesi Coasl of Graham
Island:  Co ■    al n ;..>i:: plant
ed three mi! .: nortli of the noi
corni ■ ol   Lol  2 137,  ihence nortli  SO
cliains, thence west  86 chains, thence
south    80    chains,   thqnci    ea
chains,   to   point   of  commencement,
containing 640 acres more or
ja29 PETI        ■     IMBO.
Date located, I >ei i i iber 3rd, 191 I.
of
been  reduced  from lime to lime.
While the municipalities have
in
vested in distributing plants to the
extent of $15,249,206.33, carrying
annual fixed charges for interest and
sinking fund of $661,94&.23, the
surplus  for  operation  in    the   slxty-
sumers of lighl  Is pit ced  at
93 179,
■I
and of power ,.! 3,565,
V.,-     a'      ■     I.;-
Skeena    Land    Distriet—District
Queen  Charlotte Islands
TAKB  MO riCE thai  Peter Piombo
of Prinee   Rupert,   B.C.,   occi   is loi
lv     Pat,'   taor-ltl
'39,  and    the   Port    Arthur   branch
|$110,116.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^fc'he   |.i"Viliciiil   ,i.
The total ■      nu    fo    Hydro- $182,443;  engineering investigations
aHaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaM
lElectric system  for the year 1914  isicosl   ,::iJ,"'7ii,   hydrographic   surveys|Skeena   Land
nine  municipalities   for   periods   of.placed  at   $3,433,936:  as   compar. 1   125,921,   while  oflice    expenses   are
from     one   month    to    three   yearsiwith   $2,617 139   for    1913.    Against    laced   al   $27,422,  and    administra-
amount   lo   $1,601,107.42,    in    nihil-'this  musl   be sel   the   total    expend'-  lion    il    J16.440.    The   only_.one   of
tion  to  the  reduction    in  debenture'ture of $2,674,703, made up of $2,-|the  commissioners to receive  a sal-
Prosiioc'.or, intends to applj for per
. ilssion in proi cl for c ml end petroleum over the following described
lands on the West Coast of Graham
Island: Commencing at a post planted three miles north of the north-east
corner of Lot  2437, tlience north  RH
chains, then as!  80 cliains, thence
south    80     chains,   thenco   west    SO
chains,   to   point   of   commencement,
containing  640 acres more or less,
PETER   PIOMBO.
keena  Land   1
i.i a- ■ I '
i
TA   ■    .
of  Princ.    ■•'  ■ ert,   B.C.,
Pro       tor, intern
nissioi i ■
troleum ovci i
ads on the West C
nd:  Co     leuch
• lies easl le noi
of ■ h" !",'■! Ii-east ci ' ,
thence  noi th 80 .
80  chains,  thence soatli  81)   chains,
leuce   west   80   chains,   to  point    of|
IMPERIAL mm
Engines   i ustalli •!
Itepai
Oxy-Acotylene  Plant
Phone Red 156
Third
J. H. HILDITCh
Contractor and Builder
Estimates given on all classes .if
work, whether small or large. Per.
Bonn! attention given to every  Item.
i HONE GREEiS 3:1
FREDERICK   PETERS,  K.C.
Barrlsti licitor and Notury Publli
■>   in
EXCHANGE  BLOCK
Date located. December 3rd,
1914.
of
debt due to sinking fund and prin-1012,754 for operating and mainte-lary up to date is Sir Adam Beck,
cipal payments. Deducting from this nance, and $661,949 as debenture who receives $6,000 from the prov-
profll a depreciation charge to |iro .charges and interest. This leaves ihe!ince and further payments voted by
vide   for  deferred   maintenance   due'net surplus for the year at $759,232, the different  municipalities.
SSI
St.'.l
District—District
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Peter Piombu,
of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for permission to prospect for coal and petroleum over the following described
lands on the West Coast of Graham
Island: Commencing at a post, planned live miles east of the north-east
corner of Lot, 2'435, thence east SO
chains, thenoe south 88 chains,
thence west 80 ohains, thenee north
SO chains, to point of commencement, GcThtaining 040 acres more or
less.
ja29 PETER   PIOMBO.
Date located, December 4th, 1914.
commentetinent, containing ' '    acrei
more  or  less.
j«29 PETER   PIOMBO.
Date located, December 4th,   191 I.
ErR. GILROY, DENTIST
Crown   and  Bridge  Work  a
Specialty
Offlce:   Smith    Block,   Third   Avenue
keena   Land    District—Distriet    of I
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Peter Piombo,
of  Prince   Rupert,    B.C.,   occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for per-1Examinations   and    develojmemt    of
mission to prospect for coal aud pe-| Coal, Metal, Oil, Ett.
A. FAULDS, HI. M.E.
('ousiil'.ii g Mining  i.n.iww.i
troleum over the following described |. r,„„.m,,u a,
lands on the West Coast. Of lirir'inm I '** """&n'"" «■
Island:   Commencing at a posl  plnnt-j —
ed tii* miles east antl one mile nortli
of the north-east corner of Lot 24:!".
thence north SO chains, thence west
80 chains, thence south SO chains,
thence east 80 chains, to., point of
commeneement. containing 840 acres
more er less.
ja29 PETER   PIOMBO.
Date located, 4th December, 1914.
Vancouver,  B.C.
LAND ACT.
HAIRDRESSING
PARLOR!
.c
LLr
.lassage,    .Manicuring,   Scalp   Treatment,  Electric Treatments,  Etc.
Mrs.    N.  I.  linndiisyde.  Prop.
211 Third St PRINCE RUPER1
Rkeona  Land   District —  District  of
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKIJ. NOTICE tbat Andrew VV.
MaeLean. of Prince Rupert, B. C,
ocoupation Carpenter, intends to apply for permission to prospect i
coal and petroleum over the following described lauds on West. Coast
.f Graham Island: Commencing at
;, post planted two miles north of
tiie north-easl c ler of Lot 2435
Llience north 80 chains, thence • ■ t
■ . ehains, thenoe "TT'!'' SO cl .
i ence easl B0 c tain i, to ; oinl of
, ,, ■
re or  le
.   ' NDREW   v ,   Mac] E IN.
I Agt nt,  Peter Piombo
Date  located,  23rd December,  1914
Skeena    Land    District—Dislrict    o
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
TAKE  NOTICE  that   .,  D.    Hogg
of  Queen   Charlotte  City,  occupation
Farmer, intend to apply for permis
.ion   to  purchase  the  Hollowing   de
scribed lauds:  Commencing at a pos
planted     al     the     south-west      eor
er of Gooden   Island   in   Bearskin
Bay, thenee easterly thence norther
ly,  thence   westerly,  thence
y,  following shore line  to  point   of
lem        containing five acres
nore        <■
DANIEL   IIOUC
Dated  Cth   D     fua        1915. fl3
For the House
::■    i.    ■
Delivered to your kitchen
door, like groceries
uowe
175,000,000 Bottles Yearly
•
Land   District  - trlcl   Ul
■i  ■   n   ChariStt<   Islands.
TAKE   NIPTi■'.' t  An Irew    W
1.. an,   of   Prince      ....
ition Carpenter, Intends  to ap
ply   for   permissi in  I       I'ospecl
cmil and   pelroieum  over  th.    to]
is. i   de ci Ibed   lands   on    the
Coast ' '     ■ I
Coi   '     f Gr; ham  Islam):   Comment
tag al a post planted one mil	
i: id ! ■   , mil .: '   st of t he ■■■■■,
er of Lo   2133,    lenc    north 80
chains, tfience west 80 cl
th    s'i    chaini .     hence
chains   to   |  dnl comm   icemenl
cuntainiii ■   140 ac        no     or les
ANDREW W. Maat'EAN.
tl S ■   .    '    "e'er   Piombo
Date  located.   23cd  December,   I '■: ;
Skeena    Land    District—Disi: irl     of
Queen   Charlotte  Islands
TAKE NOTICE tho    '   I  .   Piombo,
if  Prince  Rupert,   B.C.,   occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for per-
lon to ] i. .      i  for coal  and pi -
troleum ovor the foil rwtni   di icrlbed
■   . i i   ■ i 11
Island    ■'! •    ti        at a    osl : lani-
mil      ■ orl    and  one      '•'■
. corner ol   I
... 10 cliaii
east thenee    soul
i.esl   Quality
' ■ : '
■ '
located, Decern!
Fori i   II.
Skeena    Land    Dii ti let-   Districl    i I
■ ■   -.
XOTICE
Chesley,  Pr ines,  in
tends   to   apply   for    permission    to
or.se   the   following   described   land:
inted  one
■ ■" of Mile  Pos
3 .       ,T.R . Prince Ru
orth     boundary    line    o
right   of   way    and    aln.nl
nile easterly  from aouth  last corner
if   '.Vni.   Els..:,'-.    II   nc.     north    I11
■   i;       hence wesi   10 chains, them e
!.   lu    chaii       then. 10
chains  to  the  point   or   commencement ani' centalninu   I u acn
li
;    I*    ■■   ID   CHESLEY,
D iti .1 January 11, 19]
P.O. Box 1714 Telephone 44S
RITCHIE,   AGNEWI  &   CO.
Civil Engineers and Surveyors
Prince Report,   B.C.
Waterworks, Water Power, Wharf
Construction, Reports, Plans, Domln-
on and Provincial Land Surveying,
"Mectric Blue Printing, Negatives and
White Prints
Phone Blue 183        Res.  Phone
UP-TO-h.
LINDSAYS CARTAGEaSTQBABL
G.  T.   P.  CARTAnK  AGENTS
JINGLE POT COAL
ed by 1.(1 ordei
c lion   Phone No. 68.
Phone
|!.D.   I:
Pacific Cartage Limited
.■nil   Te:
Furnil ure
vV'hei buy the BI
Ladysmlth  1
That was the demand for Budweiser laot
year.
The Anheusor-Suscii Plant covers I
more   than  142  acres -equal  to 70
blocks. It give* steady employment lo
6,000 people, ami to 1,500 more In its
branches*
Every process, e
I've y boti '■"'•■
On
The I
ll   .   . '
could be made any bettci  than
Anheuser-Busch, St. Louis
Some of tha Principal
Buildings
mm am.
Tl^a^^^^i ■-'■• "■'■<. •;'V- V.Ji-i-'"^;,1:1       ■■    \    >■■'      ■'     I     I     li'in      .
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. I .,.',,,   Lb Distrii
t-'ii- i ;,  ''
Tali, l/l   NOTICE  thi
B.   C
PRINCE RUPERT IMP. CO.
Distributors PRINCE RUPERT, B. C.
ply  tor  permission  to toi
I following duaucribe.l lands on the
Coast of Graham I iland Commi
.i»s at a post planted one mile north
ana* two miles nasi of the north-east
otwaunr of Lot 2465; thoncs north 80
.ttiauati, taJiesee east SO ebains. thenee
aaaaA St) eiialns, t*ouce west Mi
ciaSataM,   to  point  of  commencement
'.'aHrtaattaaUr.     M11    iHWM    11H.1'     ()!'    R'SS.
A*<iH-»UCW   W,  MucLBAN.
IM A.«roi,   IVnar   Plomtn.
l.i*atw kaaaitt.-tl. ir3rd Deoembei',  1914.
I'll  COST i:i'   Ll
■      ,      . mi It
Domestic    Lump    Conl
'
. n :
Ton
'
Union   Transfer   Co.
Prince Rupert, B.C., Plion.
The Queen Charlotte
Oil Fields Liir-ited
'i'     rill open today Iu   Ijiuv-Butlei
I*- <»t  ii   limited
it   of   Treasury   Stock
GEO.   F.    MACDONALD,    See.-Treus.
-  HAYNER BROS
Pioneei   Funeral  Directors and
ImiiIihIiii' ,. ,     Day    and
ni     in
.1::. i"l,in. e,
86.    71'I THIRD AVE.
Prirce Rupert Journal
50c. per Month
Baily Journal
50c per month
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PRINCE    RUPERT    JOURNAL
GRANITE
GUAXITi: of besl   quality and thor
ousiily tested  for
Out Stone or Crushed Rock In
Quantities
Mill. .1. McLEOD   I'littite Green 217
ocea i nm co.
Fresh  Fish  Arriving  Every Day
Outsl I        ;       promptlj  attended to
GOVERNMENT WE.-' TIIER
REPORT.
Furnished  by   I-.   W.    Iiowliaug.
For 24  hours ending 5 p.m.
April n.
Bar,  i educed  to Bea  level.... 30.031
tempi ral are    ■■ 53.0
i'.1  erature   18.0
Rain    Hi
aiKHKH»i>aKBWKH3<H>i»a^^ ENGLISH   BEACON;
I PERSONALS I    W ,T 1^iirm> AGAI*
g I
O*HiO44O&0004444004n44iO0*0&
Harry  Smith,  of    Sniithers,    Is   in
'h,   city lor a  few days.
A.  ('.   Player,   of   Hazelton,
leave I'or home this morning.
will
piki.m: BLUE
PHONE J54
P.O. BOX 60
FOR
APERHANGING
AINTING
0LISHING AND
WALL TINTING
HI|GH-GRAI)E    INTERIOR
DflCORAlTIMi    A    SPECIALTY
Barim Swanson
SECdNl.  WE aililAR MeBRlDE
O04004O44000440000444
CANADIAN STEAM I
LAUNDRY
NOW OPEN  FOR  BUSINESS
'l.aiia*.!  nntl Approved Methods
flOnly   Skilled    Operators  Employed
I'lione us and we will call for a
trial  bundle
Note   our   address:
51B   SIXTH    AVENUE   WEST
Phone No. 8
Canadian Steam  Laundry
D<Hla««m<H-*« .KHWtttHa'HWHaKHWMHMf
Notice is hereby Riven that on the
£rst   flay   of  April   next    application
will  he  made  to  the superintendent
of     Provincial     Police   and    to   the
Board of License Commissioners foi
tlie City   of   Prince  Rupert  for per
mission   to  change   the  site- of   the
wholesale  liquor   business  now   car
lied on by the undersigned company
freni  its  present  premises,   namoly.
Lots IG and 17, Block 11, Section 1
situate  on  Second   Avenue,   City   o
Prince   Rupert,   to premises   situati
on   Lots  15  and  lfi,  Block  32,   Sec
i imi  i, on Fraser Street, iu the City
of Prince Rupert.
Unfed this 27th of February,  A..D
1915.
Beaver Wholesale   Liquor   Compan.
ol'   Prinee   Itupert,   Ltd
8Smar28 C.  A
A.  N.   Harrow of  the (1. T.  P
gineering staff is  in  the   city.
Barrow  was a  member  of tbe
council here.
Mr.
lirs
SALMON CANNING  IN
llll MRS  OF  GREENLAND
Success Attended   <|u.   Vonturt
Further Works Will  Be
Provided.
and
Historic Helic of Eurly Days May Bel SYNOPSIS      OK      COAL      MINING
REGULATIONS.
Again I'm   in
Use.
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, who lives
down at Crowborough, in Sussex,
and who takes as keen an interest
a.., perhaps, any man In England-in
every detail connected with the history of his country, must often
pause, one fancies, in the course of
his walks and motor-drives, to take
stock of an uncommonly interesting
relic of the past which raises its venerable bead to the skies in his near
neighborhood, writes a London correspondent. Particularly interesting
at the present tiiiie is this quaint old
The Fish Trades Gazette Notes 'structure, one view of which more
contain   the    following    item    whichlthan   a   little   suggests    some    queer
Capt. J. McGee
M.M.S.A.
Masters and  Mulct prepared i
for examination.   Oonipass adjuster.
Phone Red 502
"NAUTICAL   ACADEMY"
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0
_  B. C. Undertakers
Funeral Directors anil Em-
balmei'8 — Satisfaction Guar-
anteed — Open Day and Night
117 Second Street Phone 41
Brace  Morton    -    -    Manager 5
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NOTIOE.
Tlie (SnniuHan Patriotic Fund.
Will  those  who    need    assistance
from the above fund, resident In the
city  or   dislrict   and    whose   breadwinner is on active service with tbe
forces of the  Empire  or  her  Allies,
(kindly notify   the secretary   of   the
local organization,
tf W. H   OOI.LI90N,
P.O. Bo* 736.
ilclgei'son   111... I,,  opposite
Royal  Hotel
KHK
will no iloiihi  he of interesl  tp Can
adians:
"For aboul two years an inquiry
j has been going on in Greenland as
to show how the salmon fishery In
jthe fjords and rivers might best be
SWEHT, Mgr utilized and developed. In 1913 it
was decided to erect a canning factory at Graedefjord, in the Gotlthaab
district, in Soulh Greenland, and
though the season was nearly over,
some three thousand cans of salmon
were put up, Last year the factory
was working the whole season, and
the output amounted to L'3,000 cans,
each of a half kilogramme (a little
over 1 pound). The quality is said
by experts to be excellent, and there
is a satisfactory demand for the
product. But it is unlikely that, at
least for a long time to come, the
output will be very large. The season is short—the salmon ascend the
rivers towards the end of June and
return to the sea in August—and
the rivers are at some distance
apart. Nevertheless the venture has
been so successful that it is proposed
to erect several other canning factories."
Skeena   Land    District—District    of
Queen  Oharlotte  islands.
TAKE NOTICE that I'ever Piomto,
of Prince Rupert,   B.C.,   eccupation
Prospector, intends to apply for permission to prospect for    oal and petroleum over the following described
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■ Island: Commencing at a post, planted live miles east of the north-east
corner of L'ot -4,15, thenco north 80
chains, thenee eakt 80 chains, tbence
south 80 sdaains, thence west SO*
chains, to geKnt of comnae,n«eraeant,
containing 14 0 acres more or leas
ship, for it is one of the oldest of
the ancient beacons which were constructed throughout the country to
warn the Inhabitants of an impending invasion. This Crowborough beacon  is  over  SOU  years  old,  and   Its
Coal mining rights of the Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan a.vil^
Alberta. Hie Yukon Territory, tliejtho sal
North west. Territories and a portion'
of the Province of British Columbia,
may be leatred for a term of tweu-
ty-one years at an annual rental of
$1 per acre. Not more than 2,5fiO
acres will be leased to one applicant.
Applications for a lease must be
made by the applicant in person to
the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in which the rights appliej for
are situated.
In surveyed territory the land
mst be described by sections, or
legal subdivisions of sections, and
In unsurveyed territory the tract applied for shall be staked out by the
applicant  himself.
Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $5, which will be
refunded If tlie rights applied for
are not available, but not otherwise. A royalty shall be para on the
merchantable output nl the mine at
tne rate of five cents per ton.
The person operating the mine
shall furnish the Agent with sworn
returns accounting for the full
quantity of merchantable coal mined
and pay the royalty thereon. If the
coal mining rights are not being operated, such returns should be fur
nished at least, once a year.
light, the holder of which can still! The lease will include lhe coal
be seen, gave warning of the «'tt S A t^e S
proach of the Spanish Armada—be-jever available surface rights may be
ing one of those "twinkling points of J"-*"* __?&_?&_*$
tiie"  described  by Macaulay   in   his .per acre.
For full information application
should be made to the Secretary nf
the Department of the Interior, Ot
tawa, or to any Agent or Sub-
Agent of Dominion Lands.
Nomination Notice
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
For Rent
great poem—and likewise, no doubt,
of the coming of the Dutch ileet and,
later, of the Young Chevalier.
In England the beacons were kept
up by a tax levied on the counties,
and had watches regularly stationed
at them, and horsemen to spread the
intelligence in the day, when the
beacons could not be seen. They
were carefully organized when the
armada was looked for. In 1856 an
old beacon-work on Malvern Hill,
which bad played an historic part In
bygone days, w'.as lighted up in anticipation of the close of the Crimean
war, and afforded an interesting
amusement to scientific persons in
estimating the distance at which the
blaze could be seen from distant
hills. Again, on the night of June
21, 1SS7, a multitude of jubilee beacons, throughout the length of the
kingdom, received their signal from
Malvern Hill, the time taken for its
transmission thence to the Lake
country being seven minutes!
Fire-signals of this kind, il seems.
Public notice is hereby given to
tlie Electors of the Municipality of
Prince Rupert that I require the
presence of the said Electors at the
General Oilice of thc City Clerk,
Cily  Hall,  Tuesday, lhe  13th day of
April,   A.    D.    I!l1"i,    at.    It!    o'clock j were  in   use  In    the  earliest    times,
noon,   for  the  purpose  of  electing a       ,      y __ (    ^ _ t]
person    to   represent    them    in   thej Unauthorized   publication    of   this
Municipal  Council as   Alderman,   to literary  remains  of  ancienl    Persia, |advd"rTfiemeht will not he' paid for,.—
W. W. CORY,
Deputy Minister of tbe Interior
NOTICE is hereby given that on
the 23rd day of March next applica
tion will be made to the Snperii.
tendent of Provincial Police and to
the Board of License Commissioners for the City of Prince Rupert for
permission to remove the license for
le of liquor by wholesale from
(he premises known us Lots 15 and
■111, 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 l,
on Third Avenue in the said City of
Prince Rupert.
DATED  this   20th   day  of   Febru
ary,  1916.
PRINCE   RUPEItT  IMPORTING CO.
LIMITED.
W.  II. Marshall, Manager
t21mar22 Applicant.
*fcJU
laaaaataa**''*'*
NOTICE   OK   CANCELLATION     OF
RESERVE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the Reserve existing on Detention
Island by reason of a Notice published in the British Columbia Gazette on
the 30th of May, 1912, is hereby can
celled,
R.  A.  RENWICK,
Deputy .Minister if Landi
Department of Lands,
Victoria, B.C.,
October  19th,  1914.       o21
£<K«H*ttH'H'H*iK^^
Royal   Viwal  College of Canada.
The next e*aniInatlon for the entry of Naval Cadets, will be held at
the examination centres of the Civil
Gervttave Commission ln May, 19-15
successful candidates Joining the col
lege on or about 1st August. Applications for entry will be received ijp
to 15th April by the Secretary, Olvll
'Service Commission, Ottawa, from
'whom blank entry forms can now be
obtained.
Candidates for the examination ln
May next must be between the ages
of fourteen and sixteen on the 1st
July, l'fflB.
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, January Stl
191B
REASONABLE    RATES
THK
Continental Trust
Company
0
ja'Sfl
PIOTER   PT&MRO.'      AH the vacancy caused  by the resig- Pa
Bate located. December  tfb, 1314.
nation  of Alderman  McClymont.
lesline    and
Bkeeua Lund  District. -
Queen  Charlotte  Islands
The mode of nomination
Districl   i>f dates  shall  be us  follows:
f .audi- primitive  were
Greece.     The     mosl
made  by   kindling  a
5-c a -04000400 o aaao ocmo 000000
The Morning Journal
SOc. per month
pile   of   wood   on   lhe   tops    of    loftv
The candidates shall be nominated1
in  writing;  the writing shall be sub-
TAKE  NOTICE   that   Andrew    VV jscribed   by  two  voters   of  the  Munl-
MaaLean, of Prince Ruperl, B.C., oc   eipality as   proposer   and    seconder,
upation Carpenter, intends to apply, anl|   8hall  be delivered   to   the   Re-1
turning Officer al   any  time  between  by  day.  There  were  various  precon-
the date of the notice and 2 p.m. of       .   ..        .,    .        ,      , ., . .
the day of the nomination; the said Ioert€d   methods    of   exhibiting    the
writing may be in the form number- light or smoke. Thus an art of par-
mountains, and keeping tlte flame
bright by night, or having the fire
so covered as to emit a dense smoke
or permission to prospect for coa
nd petroleum over the following tie
cribed lands on the West Coast of
Graham Island: Commencing at :i
post planted two miles north of the
north-east corner of Lot 2433, tlience
north SO chain?, thence east 80
chains thence south 80 chains,
tlience wesi 80 chains to point of
commencement, containing (140 acres
I. ore  ■ ■■   i   is,
ANDREW   W.   .MacLEAN.
flN Ag":',    '"ter  Piombo
I 11 ne located,  23rd  December,  1914.
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RUPERT MARINE TRi»NTOKS AND
SUPPLY CO., LIMIT D
WATERFRONT,   PRINCE   RUPERT
ENGINEERS,      MACHINISTS    AND   MACHINERY   CONTRACTORS
Spet'inlisl.s   in   Murine  Power  Plants, Oil, Sle.'ini.  or Gasoline.
It. ('. roast Agents for tlie British Kromiioui Semi-Diesel Oil Engine—tlie most reliable and economical, tint! the cheapest
power for fishing bouts, tugs nnd passenger vessels.
Si.tiiiiliirtl   Gas   Engine   Company's Engines nut]  Parts In stock.
eil five 1 •"'1 in the schedule of the
.Municipal Elections Act, anil shall
state the names, residence, and occupation or description of each person proposed, in such manner as sufficiently to Identify such candidate;
and In the event of a poll being necessary, such poll will be opened on
the 16th day of April,  1916, in   the|lng Indeed
lianient of Scotland of l4.".r. directs
that one bale on lire shall he warning of the approach of the English
in any manner; two bales blazing be.
side each other thai they arc "corn-
.ind four bales Unit they
7285S.
ja2S
Free
JAMES GILMORE
ARCHITECT
Second  Ave. Near  McBrlde  St
HOTEL DIRECTORY
Members  of  the   Prince   Rupe. t
Licensed Vintners' Association
WINDSOR    HOTEL
Cor. of EiriM, Ave. nnd  Eighth St,
W. II. Wright,  Prop.
ire  coming  In  great  force.
11  remains to be seen  If the
old
-Srt-J
J%&jj&j&_W!_!
',, $$$$'&:  ':'>
..,   ;;:....&■'••-*>. ,-   ...
 H,
.-,/.:    . -V'M.*;.-'
■/■v
■ ■. ■ ■
't*aa'«a"fcil-.aa'a^a.  a,a.'.l.
Council  Chamber at the  City   Hall.
Pulton   Street,  from    the  hour of   :•
,1.111. to the hour of 7 p.m., of which
every   person  is  hereby   required  to j beacon     al     Crowborough,      where
take notice   and govern  himself   ac-, , ,
cordlngly Conan   Doyle   organized    a   volunteer
Qualification   for   Mayor. 'brigade   which   the    government    re-
The persons qimil 1   to be noml-jfU8ed to recognize,   will   be   lighted!
anted  for anil elected as the   Mavor
of liny City shall  be any  person  who "'"'"  mnr"   l0   announce   a    German
lis a  male British aubjeel of the fullllandlng on these shores,
age   of   twenty-one   years,   nol   ilis-
[ilitallfietl under any law, and has for' °~~
the six  months next    preceding   the CONSTRUCTION OP ROADS
Idtiv of nomination been the Registered Owner In the Land  Registry   Ot- 'N CONNECTION WITH WAR
lice, of land or real  property ln the        (Continued  irom  Page One.)
City, of assesse.l  value,  on   the   lasl
Municipal   Assessment   Roll, of   One
HOTEL CENTRAL
Firsl   Ave.  nntl  Seventh  St..
European   und   American   Plant
SI.00 to $2.50 Per Dnj,
Peter Black, Prop.
Firm
nntl
KNOX  HOTEL
Ave.    Between    Kighti.
JHath
European  Pian;   Rate*  50c to II.0(1
Per Day
Reiner   A   Besner,   Props.
Thousand   Hollars or tin.re over and tor lorries. The stones gel displaced,
above any   registered   judgment   or
charge,  and  who   is  otherwise
qualified as a Municipal  Voter.
Qualification for Alderman.
duly
nnd  writer percolates Into thc   foun-
"
P'il%
Steel, Iron, Oils, Wire Rope, llalatji  Helling,  II. C.    Wood   Pulleys.
'..Iiiiiiliiiui   Bronze   Propellent Storage liuitcricts. Dynamos aai*
Murine  AccefeMorios. .'    ■ **>#|J
Kupoirs—I'lrst.ciiiwt    equipment and stufl for iiiiuliine mid ship repairs.
P.O. BOK SI5 TBLBMONE 313
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elation,  which   is  often    merely   sand
or challt, and washes it away. Then,
l-ersons  ilifie.l to be nominated|lt ,|K„.(J ahouId be n  tros|  .,,.,<,,. |hp
for and  elected   as   Aldermen   of   a1
City  Bhall  be such   persons   us   are surface is thus cracked', the moisture
male British subjects of the full age which   has    penetrated   freezes   anil
of twenty-one years,   antl   who   are
not disqualified   under any law,   and breaks il up still further. The conse-
have been   for the six months   next quenco is that the pave itself needs
preceding the day of nomination the!       ,,
Registered Owners, in the Land Reg. I continual attention.
islry Oilice, of land or real property I  o	
in the City of the assessed value on
lhe  last   Municipal   Assessment    Roll|     March     House     Furnishing     Bar.
of  Five   Hundred   Dollars    or    inort
over and above any registered judgment or charge, and  who are other-
EMPRESS   HOTEL
i J. V. Rochester V. I). Caste;
Third  Ave.  Between Sixth and
Seventh  sis.
European  Plan;   BOc  to   *l   Per   Day
ROYAL HOTEL
Oorley & Burgess, Props.
Third   Ave.   and   Si.vtali   St.
European Plan Steam Heated
wlsn duly qualified as .Municipal Voters.
Given under my hand at Prince
Rupert. British Columbia, this 7th
(lay of April, 1915,
ERNEST A.  WOODS,
ap9-lG Returning Officer.
guiinii—Sale   Price  oa   Print   Linole
nu,  45 oanta, at ficorgc D. Tile's.
*o*e DoiUra at   George I).   Tite's
Furniture  Side—-everything rodneed
Advertise ln The Journal.
REAVER     WHOLES ILE     LIQUOR
CO..   LIMITED
Second   Ave.  and  Sixth   St.
Phone 102
PRINCE RUPERT IMPORTTStD CO.,
ltmitmi-
Fraser and Sixth SU
T
GUARANTEE*!
American  Silk
HOSIERY
WE   WANT   YOU   TO   KNOW
THESE HOSE
They stood the test whei all
others failed. They give real
foot comfort. They have no
seams to rip. They never become loose and baggy as the
SaJUjpe is halt in, not pressed in
TJiey are GUARANTfigf) for
fineness, for styla, for superiority of material and workmanship, absolutely stainl ss,a».d to
wear six months without holes
or replaced  by new pairs free.
Our Free Offer
To every one sending us 60c
to cover shipping charges, we
will send, subject to duty, absolutely  free:
Three pairs of our famous
men's AMERICAN SILK
tlOSE with written guarantee,
auy color, or
Three pairs of our Ladies'
Hose, in ulack, Tan or White
colors, with written guarantee.
DON'T DELAY—Offer expires when dealer In your locality is selected. (Jive color
and size desired.
The Internationa] Hosiery Co.
ft 21   Bittner Street
K  Dayton, Ohio . I'.S.A
«^»^t>l^<Kl<>ttattaKl<HJ»0<l««
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|    THE MOST lOWFORTABLE
| TOURING CAR
| IN THE CITY
c
O   Answers all calls tiny ami n|glj|
I     Phone 99
4   Standi    Hotel    Prince    Rupert
New WeilingtoTi
Coal
The Euvorite Household Coal
Cleanest,  Brightest and  Rest
Rogers & Albert
Second Avenue Phone 116

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