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Array The Journal
¥5 00
a year
ottriw.
»,  "','■
V.9L. V.
PRINCE  RUPERT,   B.   C,  THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1915.
.1      I
Prise 5 Cents.
NO.   KIT.
BRITISH ARMY IS SUCCESSFULLY HOLDING HILL 60
GERM AN LOSSES VERY HEAV Y BEFORE BRITISHLINES
t^t
_j.'— **■-<•"-
German Losses Ha<j2
Been Very Heavy In
Fighting Near Ypres
Paris, April 21.—An official reporl says:
"In Belgium the attack made
against the trench held by the British near Ypres has been repulsed,
with losses to the enemy since April
17 or from 3,000 to 4,001) men.
"In Champagne lhe Germans attempted an attack. Our artillery
prevented them leaving Iheir lines,
however.
"Between the Mciise and tho Moselle ive repulsed German attack?
of varying Importance. Our gain
during the last few days over this
extended front has been moro than
700 metres. The enemy loft more
than three hundred dead on the
ground.
"In Lorraine there lias been an
artillery duel.
"In Alsace ive easily repulsed an
attack ror which preparations had
been made by our artillery lire."
PRIUCE RUPERT IS
BACK ON THE RUM
T. P. HAS   LAID   OKI'    PRINCE
GEORGE FOH ANNUAL
REPAIRS.
The Sister Ship Is Now in First-class
Shape for the Coming
Season.
The G. T. P. steamer 1'rince Itupert arrived yesterday morning, taking die place of the Prince George,
Which has been on the run for some
time past. The Prince Rupert has
been overhauled and is in first-class
shape throughout. She is under the
command of Captain .MaeKeiizie, as
formerly.
Among the passengers on board
her yesterday were: Mr. Du I-lam-
mell, .Mrs. E. Munroe, Mrs. Casley
and    daughter,    Mrs.   Shcehan     and
JOE MARTIN HAS        ^«**. - «■ -*-*>«*. *»■
DPTIRFI. HK ^APFl^iKi"iP, "' Maroon an" w"e' M- W'
\\t.llRLlf  Hid  laHrCIl  Monde,   P.   Earns,    P.   Ganilla,    Mr.
  Lovering and wire, T. R. Mackenzie
THE   JOURNAIi   OF   VANCOUVER  and  wife,   Mr.    Davis,    L.    Hunt,   T.
ELECTRIC COOKING AND
ITS COMPARATIVE COST
Tests   Conducted  Under The   Conservation Commission Shows Ad-
Prince Rupert Contingent
Can Hear Cannonading
From Shorncliffe Camp
^—   *--    a-MVFPNMFOT IC '"""''" Moe,ved '" "'" dly r''"m
j.    ^ T_   f* ' A      J  T"L.„   uJVaCilAiiri£,i*I   Id the members of the local contii gen.t
vantages Ih Convenience And The    raETOG gQUNTY "'
Ratio   As   Far   As   Economy   Is j     ^    	
Concerned
In view of the movement that has   publicity and of the minor improve
CEASED      PUBLICATION
ON  TUESDAY.
Sir Wilfrid  Laurier'ai Representative
in Trouble  Willi  Robert
Kelly,
Woodruff, Mr. Yeoward, W. Aiken.
W. Owens, Father Bunoz, .1. G. M1111-
champ, L. (1. Dunham and wife and
four children, Mr. Ranson, F. Lome
John Aimers, S. C. Fox. W. Blain,
Mr, Pilkey and wife, A, II. Richardson,  Mr,  Ralston; and W.   P;   Mar-
Vancouver, April 21.—Joe Mar-;chant
tin's paper, the Journal, ceased publication last night, lt had published
just forty-three issues. The immediate cause of the suspension is said
to be a lack of fund.
The last issue of the Journal contained a bitter attack ou Robert
Kelly, alleging that he was a grafter
and that he was in with the McBride
Government and the supply agent of
the  P.  (1.  E.
Kelly today dcposiled a cheque
for $1,000 With the Bank of Montreal which he announces he will
forfeit if the charges can be proven.
He also  announces  in   an  advertise-
TRYTNG TO DISQUALIFY
BOWSER  I.\ VAXCOl'VER
Utcmpl   Is   Made   to   Deprive   Attorney-General of
Vote.
The removal uf the name of Hon.
\V. J. Bowser from the voters' list
iu Vancouver has been attempted by
O. T. Sibson, of 1272 Richards
Street, who has entered a complaint
at the registrar's oilice on the ground
thai  Mr,  Bowser, being registered in
been made in iliis city to introduce
electric cooking, some facts gather-
. .I by the Dominion Commission of
Conservation will he of interest to
local residents. Aid. George Kerr,
it will he remembered, took a very
prominent part In the move In ihe
city to introduce electricity as a
means of heating and cooking with
the idea in view ol giving a cheap
rate from the city for that purpose.
The Commission of Conservation
gives the following facts:
Electricity is rapidly replacing
gas and otlier fuels for cooking purposes. Thus, the electric iron, which
a short time ago was considered a
luxury, has become a necessity and
a money saver in the most humble
household,
For cooking, electricity lias long
been known  to be superior to older
menta inevitable in tlie evolution or
any line of apparatus intended for
general use.
One peculiar feature of electric
,lokin aside from safety i no
match. , no leaky pipes, no open but
'iii!;' valve cocks) is that in cooking
meats, fish, fowl, etc., whether baked
or broiled, the actual loss in weight
or "shrinkage" is much less than
when the cooking is done by coal,
charcoal or gas.
As figures constitute the mosl
convincing argument, the following
table is taken from a paper read before the Canadian Electrical Association last year. Ir shows the comparative cost of cooking various articles' bn the electric range and gas
range, electricity being taken at 2
cents per kilowatt-hour, and gas at
$1.00  per thousand cubic feet:
WAR   TO    BE    WAGED   ON    HAIR
SEALS     AND     SLA      LIONS
AGAIN   Tills VI.AIL
The Noses of tlle Killed Animals Will
lie    Accepted    us
Evidence.
thaiih.'.v are all   well  satisfied   with
conditions,    .lack   Howling has writ-
i u his parents, stnl Ing i lial they are
i   ,    enough   to  ! lie   BC-ene   of   lhe
i ■    ing In Prance to be able to hear
il" cannonading al times.    They are
able   to   couiii    in    some    Instai   es
.me of th.   lieav;   disclm    ■  .
Another letter received  from   the
1 he   ' <■    ii        it i     Naval   Si rvice
camp, telling of Karl drey's Inspec-
Fisheries   Bran, li   has    decided    this
year to renew the bounty on the kill-
'    after  paying ;. gi u-
eral  compll nl   to  the   rorcc   from
' Prince  Rupert,  the   \ Isltoi       .• d   to
 ■  i'  who com] '- > . uard
of    onor thai niel him when he first
ing of hair seal- and sea lions. These
animals   work  havoc   upon    the  li il
ing Industry by destroying the nels|
and  mutilating the lish. The bounty vislted ll"1'"'
will   be  paid  only  on   animals killed i
since April 1. I'NCI.LLI'.NT  CO.VCEKT   GIVEN
The Department will  this year ac- I1V  I'OO.AL CADET CORPS
cept the noses of hair seals and sea 	
lions as evidence of  the  destruction  Good    Progrnmm<
lt-iril     Willi
aClltl.'I'Ct
Exhibition t.r Work
the Roily.
ii
Electric Range.
Article.
Quantity.
Minnies
Cost
(Cents)
Has  Range.
I   Cost
(Cents
Min ut
I
of the animals. The bounty will In-
one dollar on each seal and two
dollar.-, on each sea lion ill.' nose of
which is I'l'o.i.ii'.'ii. >     i.'.s- . i.i the  IC ol  I'. Hall
The  local   fishery  overseer,   Stew- a   concert   was   given    by   thc    local
art Norrie, will take all applications Cadet  Corps, which  has  been  traln-
ror the bounty.
YESTERDAY'S  ILASEBALL
Roast  Beel    I   1 lbs.
Steamed   Potatoes
Steamed   Onions
Broiled  Steak   . .
Bread   	
2 lbs.
1 V'  lbs.
2 lbs.
Oven
full
Apple Pies . . .
Custard Pies . .
Boiled   Chicken
109
87
14.-
60
58
90
2.6 I
!  0.3 1|3   [
0.7
I  0.9 I
1.6
1.5
70
4.*.
or,
70
70
101
3.9
0.5
1,2
3.0
3.0
1.4
methods, but,  In the past, the price]     In  many localities, particularly in
of  both   the  energy   consumed    and
the necessary appliances has been so
high as to prevent its general  use.
Of late, electric central stations
have become aware thai it is to their
advantage to offer a very low rate
for this use, and prices ranging from
Ontario, the rate roi electricity is
as low as 1 cent per k. w. hr. and
the cost given under electric range
will he jusl one-half that shown In
the  table.
As a further confirmation   t.r the
low cost or electric baking we may
l.c to 3c per k. w. h, are now quite take the figures obtained in a test
common. As a result, more appli- carried out In a western city where
ances are being used and, as the con- batches  ol  three  ordinary    domestic
sumption  increases, the manufacturer lowers his price
\ I'licoiiver  and    having   lived    else
menl  on the front page of (he Sun  wnere  for  many   months,   not  occu- two or three years ago, a
thai   he  has  thrown   his  hooks  open Laying  his  holls0   .,,    1226    ITarwoon  , ri.-  iron  cost   $5.00;   today  a   better
for iiii.lii and gives .Ine Martin forty-  street,  is  disqualified   from    having quality can be obtained fo   one hair
eight  hours  to cover  his cheque on ),)„   „an)e   retained   on   the   voters' thai price.
condition thai the loser's monej goes ,,„,   „f lh(, c|tJ. ,,r Vancouver.    Mr.]    Apparently  the science <r elect.'
to the hospital. Kell) nsks him either Bowser had lived ai  Victoria almost'
Coasl  League.
Los Angeles, 1;  Oakland,
Salt Lake, 5;   Portland,  3
nines.
San   Francisco-Venice,    postponed
ing for months under George Leek.
Rev. Canon Rix prei i'ii .! al the concert, which was held In the Knlghto
of Pythias Hall. The Cadel Corps,
under Capt. Robert Ritchie, gave exhibitions ol drill with arms which
14 |n.|were loudly applauded. Under Corp.
Willie Cummings the bugle and
Iriim   band  also  demonstrated  iheir
on account ot' rain.
National League.
Philadelphia, 6; New York, 1,
St. Louis, n;  Cincinnati,  1.
Brooklyn, 8;  Boston, 4.
American  League.
New York, 8;  Philadelphia, 0.
Chicago,  '■',;   Detroit,   4.
Boston, :!;   Washington,  11.
Cleveland,  .'!;  St.  Louis,  1.
Northwestern   League.
Vancouver, 6;   Victoria, 2.
Tacoma, 4;  Seattle, ::.
.Aberdeen, 7; Spokane,  1.
ability   to  sound   the    various   calls.
.Mass".I   with  a  hand  of little   girls,
the   Cadets   sang   O,   Canada,   The
Maple   Lear,   and   Rule,   Britannia,
i
ami at  the close led the audience In
singing Cod  Sine the  King.
In addition to the numbers put nn
by the Cadets, Mr. Davis gave a
piano solo, Violet Mortimer a piano
solo, .Mike S.vrotuck ;. violin solo,
Sir. Lancaster a vocal solo, P, «».
Kirkpatrick    a    recitation.    Muriel
loaves  of   bread    wore    baked,    one
As an example:  batch in a modern gas rango and the
Ih. elec- other  In an electric  range.    Taking
the same comparative rates, thai  Is, Crosby Is In these waters now
i ''■, i .'icily   at   2   cents   p< r  k    w
cookery is toda;   l      aklng   from an
to do this or admit thai he li  a "ly- contlnuou h   ror  lime, and  Mi
.,, , .. economic    si andpolnl i     just    abou
Ing and contemptible coward. ,:    ..   -B  ,lf   ,;,,.  opinion   thai    this
Mission  Ship   Here.
I'he Methodisl  Mission  ship Thos
:'i ■
iir. spenl lasl  nigl t in the harbor, li
•  :      .: ai $1.00 per thousand cubic ing   again   yesterday    for   a   cruise
.      , the cosl with gas was 6.0 een:;. among    thi    lighthous. i    • i
Patmore danced the Highland (ling
in costume. The Bailey sisters gave
an exhibition of dan. ing also. Short
Impromptu addn si • v ere given by
W.  W.  Wrlghl and  O,  II. Nelson.
A    horl   di ;.''    i li "ii   al   'he
con. luslon of the |
I fail should authorize Hie remoi     i
!'. tie N. Walker    chief   clerk   of,lii'   i   ;"   from  lhe  - mcouver Hal,
proi Inclal reti lepar        1        oi i il ilnl   will  be deall  wlth'j
ihe
men i.
ll     Victoria,    lefi
'.•i.i,-. ■ Iii the customary manner along ivith
wl "I" ' I. cl rlc
tlon  was twi
ago,   . i/.,  a    recognized    possl
of « hi, ii i i oi •■ fnmilli
..:   compared   with    only
■ lectricity.
In gen< ral the es pi rlem e of those
tried  ,    -   rii     oi    In     hai
.i  .. .1  i!i"  followli g fa.
. l i  Joints of i.i
ents[polnl n Oil
b are i el.
W.  P. Mar. :
In the
f tli.
1
4"i ii Ir  Sign.
;.    1(1   1
, ■    ■ rlc
' '
one |
i ;
,
■ nd
■
'
, ,
'
,       ,   .,       ,        ,       ,, already obtalne i were mo il sanguine!
morning for Hazelton,   He is   nspect- nil  others ol  ii  similar character,  It, ...   other  means   the ele.
tor tlit- future, but whicli the public. S
, ,..; , ■  .. .     ,    .....  .,    .. : V
,        ,   , . a!  large regarded  skeptically  as an
ihe Acl   a cablnoi   minister   is   nol ' loc] „, trillnInB t0 enab!e „,„ Bt. m
for which  Hie x
,  leiidiini  to ... cure good result .
manufacturer    nol   thev--must,  root. K
district, accompanied him,  losed on the ordinary voter, |     (2) The certainly that, if the same g
the bills. ' K
and lo ight »<«nkh*h5 [*ma*m*m*»a4&*>A**0**m* ■ ■■• i -      ■■>
Ing  hospitals  and   aanltary  arrange- has  been   stated,   however,    thai   in , ro(1„|rfng    ,. „ „ ,i„,n,
. . . ... . at    Inrern   reL-n riled   sk.-'til le.illv   as   nn 1 Y
menl:' under his department.   Henry
,    ., . ,   .    ,, i • .- Interesting experiment
Avlson, the sanitary inspector in the amenable to the same restrictions as.
Imposed on  the ordinary voter.
>*4mMtm**^rmmi*4400ViO**i
Made Test Of Immense Crane
M the Drydock yesterday a preliminary lesl   was marie ol  ll
Immense crane I. isl id p.i  the end of the central pier.  The   •   t was
. ,. ; by  i   ". Pillsbury, the engineer In  chai ■<•   iii   the
of th.   o her engineers, Including  those  representing   the  Do-
',    ion  Government.   This Irlal was only o  preliminary one   there
■ bul  30 "'"''. Included In the test,    is the   . Is designed
I  :     tons a latei  tesl  will be made with 60 I    is wi Th ■
us    ■ ■'.   i entirely satisfactorily.    It r eti i  to e
.■ml ovei   ii:'' • nd of Hit
ts.
Fortunately,   the  development    of
vie cookery  methods   ha     been
time  Is  given  for  tin   sami    opei
Hon,   exactly   thc   same   resull    will
wca hold Hermans in hand
London, Api 1!  : I      Thc British  tt'i r I illlcc   inn   im ■    thai   vlo-
l, ut and lit:          ire slill  being made on  Hill   60     Vns-
tcrduy ' "      Lty was renewed  and    two   i.i-u j    attacks
: ■     ntry,    Tl esi   wi   i    "■   itlsed   w Ith   gi enl    loi ■   to
1' ■■ ,
I
gradual  and   based   on   more' cnicncc and     '
11;    ind   broadly obtained  data    ess and the nee   . in
thai i        ase In   ele, ,  . hero in Hi
" 'OD0O004
Ii r  to. fi   ,   i: «orks verj   , :    all   ^
0
%0O4»***1H»Xo*rV*<mm^^
'   i ..-   ;      enl  'ii'"   Il    .
. ui'."I  place  in   household  and   civic I.
,.   Is   mainly  a
".' for   i
■  ..       ,:.       effect
1    TRIAF.. SHIPMENT OF ORE FROM USK     I
..!.!!,  Dimmick   pastoi   ol  I he       J. .Millie
t Church, 1 ted to i       " ■'"
rn to thi   - '     this    i ening  after      Rei     'ather timed   yea
a   trip   to   the   east.   • "llUl-
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i Thursday,  April  22,  1915
^rmcc liupetf 3fotro*alJ
Telephone 188.
"-RINCB
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aiHiIDilT    ,l»l
O. II. NELSON. Editor.
28   Third   A
neai     .1
Posti ID
■
Monday.  Delivered i>
advan. i
One  Icear   . .
Sis
ItPaaaaaaaaa^^H
'KI.Y EDITION.
Publish! .1  ■   ■•;.- !''riti,iv  [or circii
latlon   on'. . .       ' City   of    Pi
Rupert .ii    "  "'   i 'i li     ed to
points in C $3.00
all   points   in
the   United  Stat, s or othei    tq i
countries,
Adveili-iii"   Rates Upon  Application
.   .  ."ii'ng. ^Q44-*0000000444444000004a0r04440Oa4V0**:.4aO000ua04000
He beli.     s that  the   wider   life of-
Domi   '  -
will appeal to tin tn,
Product No.
Contains about 2*4   His.
are anxi-
• ■
'
.
se:
SaVIaENDIli   FOB   PI/UMBERS
■     i :•■.  ■   ■ .  .' ... 99 is strictly
■ !   to   tl e   hi '.ii'i'iy
COlt   ol
.,    - '. ■ ■ 'Dept,    , ■<
tor. luence   that
to the
rl '.'  i and    pro-
■   Is thi   6 ■■■'■-■ ed  ti
ctail prit
iii           ily termini
— District of
and
-   ,
D.C a
1 ■ ply  for
peri i prospect th.   following
described land la ad    e rol-
eum: Coi osl  planted
i'i of i        all     ay   on
th-. hie of Freeh
ic'e m     .     i) chains, th.
ei   '       i   chains,    I h. south
em     ive ia!       o
j point  of coming]       lent.
AUG-1 RT   LEBSANFT,
Per J. i ■'      ii,   '
A POWERFUL SOLVENT FOR
CLOGGED UP DRAIN PIPES,
--ml" destroys accum illations  if  lint,    paper,    cloths,    hair,   slime,
grouse,  vegctiiblt's,  snap,  fruit :;..!  in i...  othei i.   li  Is harmless- to
liie-. plumbing.
DON'T AHGL'E Do.VT   VVV   Ol F TftST    IT
successful    iu    clearing
thflse.   who   have-
This preparation  has been  io   generally
drains that it is Dou  at o        inl  over again by
tilled il, but Inasmuch as no on   can knov   the actual condition e.\-
is'ini:  within a rii..', it is absotrtely Impossible for the manufacturer or ihe dealer to guarantee the result.
CHEMICAL PRODUCTS CO., NEW YORK
FOR SALE  BY.
.■I J.
aplS
Skeena Lau       Istrl ol
Queen  i
: ■••
f Pi ' ipatioi
■
descril I and pi
■
i, 9 chains n
o
iins   i . i
I nortl , tin
THE    IU'LI.a'U.11   PLI'MUKB
FOH   THE   BEST   IN   PLUMBING   AND   HBATING   PHONE   ISH
r^-H^!»»>C-i»JWnaa»»i»<W 0 O0044444--OC.000000400^-),4440 O4*»^0004 o
■1til&00ii40h44O0004a00000V00^-i        ■■ 'S4iO»00i-!0.0<li0 00<,,
Coal, Cement, Plaster and
AND LETE LINE OF BBJLDERS' SUPPLIES"
■
\E m     Id    ST o
FOR VANCOUVER
Prince Rupert every Friday at 9 A.M.
Prince John every Sunday at 7.30 P.M.
■'. - .  !', Q1 •   |
co    nencing April 17.
^^^^^^^IH^^^^hj^^^^H
S. S.   iii" i  Jol ;.       i .    • cond Saturday  l"
nencing   \; i-i] 24,
S,  Prince G< orgc every  We ', ■ midnight,
Passenger train carrying electric lighted Blei sr ami parlor cafe
car leaves Cor the east on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 10
a.m.       t
Through  tourisl    I.   .ing car to St. Paul every Wednesday,
For   through   tickets,   reservations and   full   Information   apply
0. T.  P. Tickel Oflice,
ship  Lines,
 **■
Third Ave.;   Agency all Atlantic Sleani-
or
The  n
cans- ntrol    con-
a
Btituti ai   ligihle   quan-
tity in the year's total. How this
situation should be handled is a difficult question. The law prebcrihes
punishment for arson, but under
present conditions and with the machinery available, it is exceedingly
difficult lo secure convicting evidence. The insurance companies,
being private corporations, cannot
be expected to prosecute; unless the
amount at issue Is sufficiently largo
and the evidence is conclusive, it is
toi i:' ■:" to ay the loss
than to contest  It.
1 olice    departments   of   our
citi ■   nol  iii" rested  In  dr.
ries 'V'l-la**
: ■ rospecl
following dei oj;   coal
and  petroleum: .   Ing   at   a|''
posl   . ' n i a '1  ti n' chain       . est    of
small hay on th<     outh-   i t   :ide   of >£
■ u it li    Island,  thence    west     801
chains,    thence    north     80    chains,
thence east SO chains,  tlience   south |
80   chains   to   point   of   commencement.
CHARLES WILLIAM  ADAMS,
Per J.  W. Connell, Agent.
Dated  February  18th,  1915.       aplS
LPlib .' 5    Lit
186   $
.:O40440:J M&00
0000,U
Canadian .Pacific Railway
PRINCESS MAY
SOUTHBOUND, S P.M. SUNDAY
PRINCESS MQUMA,
FROM ALASKAN PORTS, THURSDAY, APRIL 22
Thompson Hardware Co.,
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKB NOTICB that George W.
Kerr, of Prince Rupert, occupation
Prospector, Intends to apply for permission to prospect the following
described lands for coal and petroleum: Commencing at a post planted
240 chains east of the mouth of West
River, thi nee easl 80 ch lins, ihence
south ' 0 cli ilns, thence wost SO
chains, thence north 80 chains to
loint of enc. ment.
GEORGE   W.   KERR,
Pt r Jnmi i ;''. Redmond, Agent.
Dated  [*< bruary  IDth,  1915.       apl8
Camping S
PHONE 101, P.O. DRAWER 1645
uns
les '
11.39 SECOND AVE.
[£t$8ag£ljp aKia'KHKWaWawap-lK'^^ 040 O00i00r04<k44404044 O a
-a-.au  juajm   |        "i       — —■' ' ..—..■
SHaagaaatOTBaaffia^^
;...„.'..
less II   i'" - io   'i  thai  then    in   sus-l-—- ■--
picious     circumstances    surroundingiSkeena Land  Dislrict
the occurrence. Even should this be|
^^^^^^^^^^^^^   Distriet.  of
ii   n  ' harlotti   islands.
_———————————————————————,..     TAKE   XOTK'IO    that    ___W    _
demonstrated,  there are no   trained jHancox, of Vancouver, B. ('.,   occu-
as-i.-.ra;.-.■..„■    • , .r-—mmam—mmmmM-—-—mT**nmmmn>ii—rK-,■;.. ;;,   .
SHINGLES, MOULDINGS, SASH, DOORS
Prince Rupert Lumber  Co.
FIRST AVE. AMI  Mrl'ItlDE
Phone 25
Sraticli Yard
PRINCE RlTEiil
at Smithers, .B.C.
force!l*atIon Bah-fster, Intends to apply for I SnmiiWI/mtumitiWS!—f^^tS———K   •-. m~MMMmm——M——Ummim
permission to prospeel  the following
qualified   to   thoroughly    Investigate described  lands for coal  and petrol-
the circumstances,   The Ontario leg- «ura:  Commencing at a  post
ISO  cliains  north  of   the
islature al its session in 11)1-1 passed,steele Creek in Port   Lewis,   thenee
Act   to  appoint    a   lire   marshal I SO  chains  north,  thence   80    chains
men connected  with  the poll
anil   petroi-i   _
ost planted : [9
...m0"at,1A.   "!  :   tl
east, tlience SO chains south, thence|
SO chains west to the point of com-
;iu
whose duty il would be to study the
question of Hie annua] lire loss.    Tieimencement.
GEORGE   E.   I-IANCOX,
MM     Per .I. W. Connell, Agent.
fires   which   were  deemed   ol    suspi-  Dated  February 22nd,  1915.    ap20
clou i nature and to i rosei ute v, In . ,■
:,,     tary,   No  furthr action has yet Skeena  Land   District -     District ofi
Queen  Cl i i-lotte  islands.
would also have power to investigate i
'    ' iki ii   ui der    this    legl       I in
and  il."  appointment  of a  lire mar
; i      ill in abeyance.
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M.     C   ■
ii.i   hai
rough coasl
TAKE NOTICH thai George Pi i
in...' Might, of i "i'ii' , Wash., occupation Broker, Intend: to apply fi r
permission to proi pei I the folio li -
descril    I   land    loi    oal     id
returned  i:  Coi I        n       lanted
10  i 'the    mouth    of
■   I It, them    north     i       li
,ii chain!.  thenci
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| THE UNION STEAMSHIP CO, OF B.C. LTD-
S.S. VENTURE
Southbound Tuesdays at 8 p.m.
Sailings for Granby, Simpson and the Naas
Sundays at Midnight
j      For further particulars apply to
JOHN  BARNSIiEl',  AGENT        ::        031 Second Ave., Phone 608
4 Agency   Atlantic    Steamships.
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Attention
1 I.i-   Vsj eel of the
nation.
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rlc;    and   Rii'
1
,   eral     foi     Onti
,,
i'i   i i        an   Informal
e called    In   I.on.Ion   a  few
■ iy  Earl  Gn y   I nsider
■ ild  I." done for the ex-sol-
di'i    nft. r the war.
Earl Grey is anxious to .secure the
Interest of the overseas Dominions
In thi i lestion, as be feels that
thousands oi young men hitherto accustomed !.. office work never will
find such 11   i congjn al after
1)1!      ' '    ii' '
PARTNERSHIP,
ore   subsl
■ , '   ;    ".    lohnson,   .'.    \.
..    -ni .'. c. Ketchum, In
City - ■  Prim    Ru]        ho    thi
been   dissolved   by   mut nal    com
All  d Ing to  thi    partnei. tilpJ
are to be ■, aid to J, S. .lohnson at!
!'. in. e Rupi it aforesaid, and all
claims againsl the said partnership
... i in b" presented to him, by whom
same   'ill  b"   < 11 loci.
Dated :u Prince Rupert, B. ('., this!
17ih day of March,   1915,
.1.  S.  JOHNSON.
.1.   A.   SWANSON,
C,  ('.  KETCHUM,
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HEAD    OFFICE:   MONTREAL ESTAHUSHED   18(11)
Capital     S   11,500,000
Reserved   Fund S  12,500,000
Total   Assets     $185,000,000
Savings Bank  Department—St will open nu account
Branches   Throughout   Canada and Banking Connections Willi All
Pint.-, of tiie United States. Agents Throughoul the World.
II.  I*.  WILSON, Manager        - - i'linie    Rupert    Branch   §
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O-CEDAR     MOPS,  O-CEDAR  HOP  PQiLISH
ALABASTINE   SANITARY   WALL  COATING
WATER HOSE, GARDEN TOOLS,   WATERING  CANS
MARTIN-SENOHR  100   PER  0- -IT.  PURE  PAIN';
PAINT   BRUSHES,   LAWN  MOWERS AND GRASS SHEARS
CARPET     BEATERS,   UARvHAGE  PAILS
WINDOW   SCREENS!, SCREEN  DOORS
—AT THE—
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Prince Rupert Transfer Co.
—FOR-
Coal, Furniture Moving, Baggage
and Heavy Teamin*
W. J. CRAWFORD, Kanager
PHONF 566 Offloe aQd Resideuc^
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The Morning Journal
50 cents per Month &Kt&
PRINC!"    R.tl.PBBT
JOURNAL
Thursday, 1915.
Skeena Land District — District oi]petroleum:   Commencing   at   a  post
i planted 160 chains north of the Mace
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
TAKE   NOTICE   that  Robert   Hc-
Een/;' .  "I  ', i( orl 1,    B.  C,
occu;'... .intends
for  permii  Ion
lowing   i' .al and
petrole 11
plantei and   Si
chain.'
of Kii kathla  Inlet, tl
chain
thence 1 ains, then
so ch
ment.
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Dated February 22nd
River whi re it enter     li     In
a 1
10 cha!n3, ■ ■
theni 1  chains
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Dated• February 22nd, 101  .
Skeena. Land District    - Disi;' id, 1
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la, B. C
Iv Tor pei  1 occupation B;
tle-j;
scribed  Iaids loi
Skegn .. District of
lotte     ' inds.
TAKE '
Pro      . occupn
tlon   i" ids     1 ily   for
permission to 1 follow']
describ I 1 for coal and petroleum:  Commen   n
120 chains easl and 80 chains . 1
of tli" lonth-ea I corner of IClokal I -
Bay, thenc norl h 80 chains, thence
w.   1      "   chains,   thi nitb    80
chniie . t 80    hains to the
point       comm  n. nt,
1 MRS. '   Bli \ ri;if"-" ' ROI  i OE
W. Connell,
Dated Pel , 1, 1915.        11 1! 1
80
easl,
di
thence
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at   of   con ■ Hnds /ot
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erinis:
lowing   :
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100 ch__________________W_________t
of tiie nortl Skelu 1
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chaii
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Dated February 22nd, 1915, 1
On  chpins  ' ',
 :h1 Districl : li  i'l
1 "i.    ■ ■ C      lotte  Isl mds.
TAr. E" NOTICE 1
i  1    mil (   neon      .        1' ,
Merchant, lnt     la
ply   !'..■     ,   ml   don   to   pro
foliowii ■ . ■ ' :oal
and petroleum:
lanted 40 chaii 1 ol
le C t.lisnce
■ 0  clu Ins,    ii' ;.' 1 chains
■
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ment.
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post planted
tier of  Skein   Inlet,   th. 11 'e   "■
Cllfi I, , ' . '  ■■ '1, ■
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01  80 chai the 1 oint of 1 ommence-
HARRY   McMANN.
Dated February 2nrd, 1915.
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Skeenn District — District
'    I ■   : da ■ I
TAKE    NOTICE    thi ander
Eni"'ii   Cr .. oc
cupation Is t.   apply
for   p"! ■ ■■'•
lowing d. .- ■      ■ I and
petrol. :i'i;    Conn
plan;    I 40
of      Pl •"'
chain
the
chain. '        ^^^^^^^^^^
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Freemen's    isl: ■ unel),
thence   I        1st,   thence
chains north, 1 h. nee 80 cl
thence 80 cliains south to the point
ot commencement.
JOHN   WESLEY   CONNELL.
Dated February 23rd, 191
■I   r and  Dish let   -      Dl '   ■
Q11 ien  Cl   rlo   e Island
TAKE  NOTICE     :
Mann    of Vi     irH    :\  *' Inn
Ci '   Intend      n   im.lv fc
 1 to nro       '  '!■■■   folloi Ing d"-
scribed   ' mds   for  coal    ■ ••1
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11
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DR. GILROY, DENTIST
11  Brio
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Work ;i
Oilice:  Smith   Block,   Third   Avenue
A. FAULDS, M.I. M.E.
Com Engineer
1  ment    0:!
709  Dunsmuii  St.       Vancouver, B.C,
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of
Skeena Land District — District.
Queen Charlotte islands.
TAKE NOTICE thai .Mason
Charles Samls. of Victoria, Tl. C, occupation Undertaker, intends to" apply for permission to prospect the
following described lands for coal
and petroleum: Commencing at a
post planted on the south-east corner ol Mace River, whicli empties
Into Lincoln Pay, the north end ol
Port Channel ihen c 80 chains
north, thi 1 ■•■ f. 0 chains east, I i; nee
SO chair 1 south     hen. 1     hains
west I.. ■ I inl  of ' ommeni em< 111.
MA; ON  I'll WILES  SANDS.
Per J. w. Connell, Agent.Ioccupation
Dated February 23rd, 1111.*.
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Dinl of     mmence
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HARRY   McM
Dated February 24th, 1915.     an22
,',".':  ,i;  con  .ii'";    ineii'.
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MP-
lie  .
S!'. District
, . . . lot'. '■'.■■'.
T ,KE NOI ICE that. : rn :1 Howard Lambly an.! Pranci Ann Taylor,
... Victoria, 11. C, occupation Apartment House Agents, Intend to ap-
ai'J!2'ply ror permission to prospect the
following described lands lor coal
and petroleum: Commencing at a
post planted ten chains south of tlie I
south-east comer or Queen's Island, described lands ror coal and petrol-
thence west SO chains, thence south 1 eum: Commencing at a post planted
SO   chains,    thence  east    SO
■
n I
chains south, ,   i SO chai
nl
■  .hains north to
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STEWART   GRA HAM   CAMPBELL.
Per ...  W. Connell,   '
Dated February 23rd, 1915,       ap2.
of
Dated February  22nd,  1915.
ap20|
Land   District -     District of
■    , m  Charlo   ■   Isli nds.
TAKE   NOTICE  tl at   (Mrs.)    I
llan Hall K. " ;ii.' mver,
Widow,  !'■    nds  ;.. n
Ion     1      ■. ■      .   the   fol-
keena   Land District -- District
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.	
TAKE   NOTICE   Ilia:    Harry    M«-|Skeena   Land   Dislrict — District
Mann, ol Victoria, P..  C, occupation Queen  Charlotte   Islands.
Carpenter,  inlen.ls to apply  ror tier-       l'AKE XOTICE that. Albert Henry
mission   to   prosnect    the    following Tanner,  of Victoria,  B. C,   occupation   Dentist,-   intends  to   apply    for
permission to  prospect the following
described  lands  for  coal and  petroleum:  Commencing at a post planted
40 chains west and  10 'Chains south
ot  the   south-east   corner   of   Port
Channel,   thence     west    SO    chains,
thence south SO chains, thence   easl
mencement.                                             ISO  chains,  thence  north   80   chains
 1o lhe "oiiii   I , ..mi 1, a.■■ni"iil.
■ '   .'.'i'i. 11   A   ■ nt.
' ■":. ,;   i". ' , ill .-     23l' ;     1915, ap22
east    SO    chains,jat the south end or  Andrews Rive
thonce north SO. chains to the point where it enters Victory Bay, at the
of commencement, north  end  of Sea'   Tnlef, thence  So
ERNEST    HOWARD   LAMBLY,  and I chains east, tlience  SO  chains north.
FRANCES ANN" TVYLOR        thence   SO   chains   west,    thence    SO
Per J. W   Connell   Agent Ichains  soulh   lo  the  point   of 00111-
RGESS.
Per J ' ■■ . ■    i
Dated February 24th,   li'
 ^^Beph...
RITi r\GNEW|-&   CO.
Civil  ' yors
Prince  Rnpert,  B.C.
' I '
Skeena  Laud  District ■— District  of j Petroleum;
Queen  Charlotte  Islands. (Planted  one
.     ■ lii.etl  Ian.is  for  coal  und .mission to
di **m______\____
j .,,    ,"•■.;,...,.■    . ■
-■■• 1, ' ' "'"ii"" ' ■.. '"  Metis] '. of yil'toi i". 11 ''.. .' - tin.
Cnrrenter, Intends to applv I'or per-
Skeena   Lan i   : ii I District  of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKK NOTICE that Roberl Mc-
Kenzie Burgess, of Victoria, ll. C,
occupation Barber, intends lo apply
for permission to prospect the followin;: described lands for .oal an.I
petroleum: Commencing at a post
planted 80 chains west or the southeast corner of Maria Hay, in the
south-east corner of Rennals Sound,
thenco nor:h Sn cliains. thi i;"- west
SO chains. Ilienc. loufh 50 chain -,
hence e 0 chai        1 the 1 oinl  ol
coi imeni •
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Dated  February 24th,   1015.       ap22
Waterworks, Water Power, Whari
Construction, Reports, Plans, Domin-
on and Provincial Land Surveying,
dllGCtrlc Blue Printing, Negatives ind
White Prints
Ph'ino Blue  183 Res.  Phone 39J
UP-TO-DATB
LWDSffS CARTAGE ft STOBffil
T. P. CARTA-
'.''1 FOURTH
* AGENTS
■"; REET
.JINGLE POT COAL
li   landlei!  by  us.
...   i'i, ; Fittec'fon
rs recelvu
11   No. fig.
Commencing  al   a   post  scribed   lands
■■;   tl "  follov 1
mile
of  Steel
mouth
noi tli
' 111
at
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chains, thence west SO chains I.. the chain    south, Ihence
point of commencement. jtbencp  SO  chains  norlh.
^^^^^^■of the
TAKE NOTICE that John Andrew jh'  r7h°CreckV?nf. 0" ,its
Mair,  of Victoria,  B.C.,   occupationfck|J 1 SO chains, thencejwhere
-    -    'east   SO    cnalns,   teenco    north     Ml  .,       .
■..tl
I' " .
,   ,',,,,., -,
II  enti
of Victoria, B.C., occupation
Retired Farmer, inlends to apply for
permission to prospect the following
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eum:  Commencing at a posl  planted! (MRS.)   LILLIAN   HALE  KERTHY.ichains  east   to  the    poinl
near tbe south-west   corner  of Mace!
River, which empties into Port Chan-|
nel,   theii."   vest   SO   chains,   Ihence^	
80;Skeena Land  Distriet — District
I
•   ' rol-
'■'ai.,-i
1 ■; ■
■;   " ,
,  ,   so
hains wesr
thence   SO
,-^r
11-'V
north  so
west
chains,
Per .1.  W. Connell, Agent, j mencement.
Dated  Februarj   22nd,  1915.      a".' HARRY   McMANN
    .  '■•■■••  Febrnarv 24th.  1015.      ai)2
thence    east
or
  I Skeena   Lam!   Distrjifl
chains, thence south SO chains to the Queen Charlotte Islands.
point of commencement, TAKE NOTICE I Lorenzo VI
JOHN ANDREW MAIR. exander, ol Vlcl la, B.C occupa
Per .1. W. Connell, Agent, tlon Miner, Intends te apply for per
Dated February 23rd, 1015. ap22 | mission to prospeel the following de
  I scribed   lands   for   coa!   and   petrol
si'.'.'.i;.   i ,an I   Dlstrlcl
Queen Cl nrlotl 1   :
TAKE   NOTICE    'hai
Mann, of '1';, tori:      '■   <
i'"'i .,".,"•   |nti n ... .,,
mission   ■'.    " tisi ■ ■ 1
i,,.'l  lands
of
',:.;,.
',;-,, 1.;
Harry    Mc-
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. '   I  ind   District — Dial'    I     I
. '■., en   : ha rlotl     Isl ind
T M"'    ■'  ITICE     ' ' !"■    ' .'1
Lo  ''.  nf   Victoria.   B.  ('.,  occu      ;   1
Pfoi'". .   lesman   intends to  .   •'■■■ for
permission ;" prospeel  the following
describe I  '   .-:    for coi 1 an
.,  nr:  Co   1 encinc  al  a  : '  ■
forty chains wesi and ti n ch ii is
south   ■ f soul ii-.'"-..    corn r    of
"..1: Cl 1 nne), thi nee easl 80 . hains,
thence ■ ti *0 'hain ■. thi ace v e il
SO chaii - thence north 80 . hains to
the point of commencement.
AI BERT   SCOT"!'   LOCK,
Per   1.  ','■'. Conn. 11, Agent.
Dated February 23rd, 1915.
'    id  Dlstrl Distil
i :      'Ii
TA1 ' B  thai
il. ili :       ■   ' ■ of   '■' :
iipation    lai     r, int.
•'...■    ,
lowini land     - ■■        1 -''i'l
C. mmen  '■:       t
plan;-' I SO chains we
.■ .       1'   :■.;    la    Bay,   in
SOllI 1'-, "     ' '
then. ■  ■ '■■"   80 chain en         nth
- 1   chains,   tin nc.     ■- '       chaii
thenci      '.'-., halm to I he j.oint
hi  ,     mien •. in ■■:
■" ".    ,.     ,■ . ■   ■-.
nell, Agent.
Phone   03.
!'!'.   Box   3S.
Pacific Cartage Hinted
General   le.
Furniture   Moving
Spec! 11   y.
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S1; .'en .
Land   District — Districl   ori^^'ItL?:0""!1-?-1"?,.?'...-1..'A"8*.P1^.nt_*.d '«""* =  ComViienciiii;
Skeena  Land   Dislrict  —  Distii'
Queen  Charl itte  Isl inds
Buplv  for per-1     TAKE NOTICE t!    I n W
• ',..    ■  ",., ;,, .  Connell,  of   , Ictoi la,   B,  ;'..
^^^^^^^^^^Tjitentls   to  an >\____\
Queen Charlotte Islands
TAKE NOTICE that .lohn Moffat,
of Victoria, B. C, occupation Retired Farmer, intends to apply for
permission to prospect the folio '"■
described lands for coal and petroleum: Com ii. •■ Im: al a po ■ I nl 1
40 cli : i ■ of th. '.'■ alii of tho
Mai    River lido of Lin
coln   i' 13    ;'- n. ■   80   .'I'- Im    bi     h,
tlience  80    chains   en ■     I 	
chain 1 si then
thence     1 cliains  north,   Ih. ice   so
111      ' ■ '    1!','    ; oinl     of
111' lie   .il      t.
JOHN"   MOFI   '
i    W. Ci    aell    '
Dated  Feb '      1911.
11 :    '        '  ICi I'i
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TAKK NOTICE   thai   I
coin,  "I   Vli     rl      :'-.  '"..   1
Sli nograplK r,  Intends   0   applj
permission lo pn    ei    tin   follow!
described 1 inds  for 1 oal . nd
en in: Commeni ing at a posl plai
at the mouth of .Mace River,  which
empties  Into   Lincoln    Hay.    al
norlh  end  of   Port  Channel,  the  1
west    Si)   chains,    Ihence   soul'.     80
chains, ihen. e easl 80 chains, them ■
north 80 .hains in the poinl t.r commencement,
LOUISE  LINCOLN,
Per .1. W. Connell, Agi at,
Dated  February  23rd,  1(116,       ap21
Skeena Land Districl  — Dislrict. of
Queen  Charlotte Islnntls.
TAKH    NOTICE   thai   James    I".
Redmond,  of  Prince  Rupert,    II.   C,
occupation    Prospector,   Intends   to
: ■  Ission  in prospect lhe
1'jl ■ .-."ii." i'i HU'.'ibed lands for coal and
coal  and   i-elrol- j tion   Brol   ■
al ;-  posl    lante i1 permission to
,at  the   month Rl-        '     ' ,;:'
Crock,  in  Louis  Harbor,  tlience   SOjwheri   II  enteri   VI tor    B v     1    '     eum:  Comm  ti
hains east,|no,.tn „,,,. .,.■ Re, .,■,;.', ,j40 chains 1
chains east, then .- SO     n  n        1 h   "r  ,he   '   llj "'■'•"''
. „.. ..,     .       .:  , ,      . ..'.'"'
. p0in(   ,,f Pom. thence south So chains
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BilH.iHa.lH
so chains easl of tl e moutlt of Steele'
Creek,   in  1^^^^^
Ins north, them e 84)
•:        ■  80  cliains  south,  thonce   80 j
chains   west   to  the   point   of   1
mencement.
I ORENZO    '.' '"' '"■'
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' February 22nd, 191*.,
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lltilliling foi  sale -.1  n limited
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Skeena ' Lnnd   Dist) let District of
Queen Clu   lo       Islo
TAKE   NOI ICE  thai      lai
Mann, of   Vi. tori '., 0
Carpenl ir, Inte tls ipply foi
mission to prospi cl lb olio 11- described lands for c in! and petrol
emu: Commencing it :i posl planted
■in . Iialns north ... thi mouth of
Steele Creek, wh. n It . nti rs Porl
I,, wis, thence easl SO chains, 1 hi nee
south SO cii.'iins. ti .'nn '.v.-, 1 SO
chains, thence north 80 "hains
the point of commencement,
HARRY   McMANN
Pei   1. •'"■'. Connell, A, 1
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■     ermlsslon  ti       ospecl   the   I ' desi rlbed  lands for • oal and
lowing de.-- 1 i." !     nds            ml and Imm     Ci    nu m In : at a 1    I
petroleum:    Commencing   al   n   posl 80 chains south and  80 chain
.1     120   chains   northeasl    of  From the centre of Pre. '      I
Poi ter  I. 1.',' 1    ni'  Island  in the   en "tht     mth Bide of Poi t Chan
of Rennals    - I, ' 1 "   80   ch ilns   son:'.,  tlience    ■•"
north   80    chains,    tb  nc     easl     in chains  wi it, thence  80 cliains norlh
chains,    thence    so  th    80   chain following the ivesl  coasl of Qrnhuni
ihence  west   sn  .hain.-   to  lhe  point Island, thence 80 .'hain;-' easl  to the
ol 1 iiiinniii'i" en' point of . ommencement.
ROBERT    WcKF,N**1E   BURGESS. JOHN   WESLEY   CONNELL,
Per  f. W   Connell, Agent, Dated  February 23-rd, 1915.      ap22
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ikeena  I. ''..1   DIstrii t -     Dl tricl   of
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' : NOTICE thai   Mabl.   I ocl
. 'i. c. occupation n Ifi   of
a. S. Lock, inl  nd      'i  iplj  ''iii' :  ■."-
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lanils   for   coal   and    petrol-
enclni     I   l poi    planted
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Irty-fiv. ar Otanl
Bay),  thence   northerly   80   chains.
ives   ' ly    SO   chains,    then   '
southerly SO chains, tlience easterly
chains to the point of comi i   ■
ment.
M ■ BEL LOCK,
Per .1. W. Sonnell,   '
li *  February 20th, 1915.      apl8
ORDERS by Ma-or J. H. McMullin, Commanding, April 17,
1915:
Parades—"A" Casatunt/ will
parade nt the Krt:il»s«e* Blading on Wednesday and Friday,
April  21   and  22.
"fi" Compear will u*/wai,- at
Ihe ExMblH-oa. shsni'iaj. <m
Men.lay and Thursday, April 19
ami 22.
The  bayonet  drill  squad   will
start at I) p.m. every drill night.
W.   S.   MaMlSHALL,  Lieut.
Act iuk  Adjutant.
Skeena Land District — District of
Qieen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Albert Scott
Lock, of Victoria, 13. C. occupation
JAgoat, intesds tn apply for permission to prospect the following described lands fer coal and petroleum': Commencing at a post planted
40 chains east and ton chains north
of tbe mouth of .losuph Creek,
tlience 80 chains ea.rt, tbence SO
diains north, thence SO cliains west,
thonce 80 chains soulh to the point
of eoineuoucenoent.
ALBERT   SCOTT   LOCK,
Per J. W. Connell, Agent.
■Dated February 20th, 1915.      aplS
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Skeena Land  Dislrict — Dislrict of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKB NOTICB that George VV.
Kerr, of Prince Rupert, B. C, occupation Prospector, intends to apply
lor permission to prospect the fol-
lowing described lands lor coal and
petroleum: Commencing at a post
planted 320 cliains east of the mouth
of Wesi River, tlience north SO
chain.;, thenco east SO chains, tlience
soulh SO chains, thenco west 8.0
chains to the point or commencement.
GEORGE  W.  KERR,
Per James P. Redmond, Agent.
Dated February lflth, 1915.    apl.8
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Skeena   Land   District — District   of
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Stewart Cor-
ley, of Prince Rupert, ". C, occupation Miner, intends to apply Tor permission to prospect the rollowing
d. icribed Ian.Is for coal and petroleum: Commencing at a post planted
160 cliains norlh of the mouth of
.Ma.e River where il enters into Lincoln Bay, Ihence north SO chains,
ihence west SO chains, thence south
SO chains, thence east SO chains to
tha point of commencement.
STEWART  CORLET.
Per .lames !•*. Redmond, Agent.
Dated   February  22nd,  1915.       ap21
Skeena  Land  District — District  of
Queen Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that James Reed,
or Prince Rupert, B. C, occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for permission to prospect, the following
described lands lor coal antl petroleum: Commencing at a post planted
100 chains norlh of the mouth of
line* River, where it, enters Lincoln
i Hay, thenco soulh 80 chains, Ihence
I west 80 chains, tlience north sn
chains, thence (as: SO chains to the
polni of commeneement.
JAMES   REED.
James  !■'.  Redmond, Agent.
Dated   February  22nd,   1915,       ap21
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24th:
Tuesday, 7:1". p.m., drill in
uniform  and band practice. '
Wedni -i.liiy, 7:30 p.m., all
Cadets to parade in uniform, at
K. of  P.  Hall for Concert.
Saturd ..-. 9:30 p.m., drill not
in uniform.
Saturday, s p.m., ambulance
practice tor A  Co.
ROBT. RITCHIE, C.C.
Depni'tmoiil
TENDERS WANTED.
For Wooden  Steamer  for   Fisheries
Patrol Work in Nt.ill,ecu Waters
of litiiisli Columbia.
Tenders are 100 nested for a six
months' charter of Wooden Steamer
nol less than so feet long, 17 feet
beam, with cabin accommodation for
two officials in addition  to crew.
Steamer must be in first-class repair -and subject to inspection by
Boiler and  Hull Inspectors.
Crew anil maintenance will be
provided by the Departmenl of Naval
Service, but all tools required in engine room must h£ provided by owner of sleiinier.
Speed required not less than :i
knots per hour.
Tenderers must quoie rate per
day for six months' charter and boat
must lie available for service immediately  on  acceptance ol tender.
Lowest, or any tender not necessarily accepted.
Time for receiving tenders will
close at 0 p.m. on Friday, April 30,
1915.
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Steamer"  to  be addressed
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Skeena  Land   District  —  District of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Alberl Scott
Lock, or Victoria, B. C, occupation
Agent, intends to apply for permission to prospect the following described lands for coal and petroleum: Commencing ul a post planted
8.0 chains nortli of the north-west
corner or Lease No. 2435: tlience SO
chains west, thence SO cliains north,
thenco 80 chains easi, thence SO
chains south to the poinl or commencement.
ALBERT  SCOTT   LOCK,
■   .' .1. W. i'i nnell, Agent.
Dated  Fobri ar>  20th,  1! 15.        apis
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Skooua Land District — District
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that George Palmar llieht, of Sonttlo, Wash., occupation Agent, Intends to apply for
permission te prospect the following
described lands for coal end petroleum: Commencing at a post planted
40 i-h/iin-s east and ten chains north
of tke mouth oi Josopli Creek,
thenee nortli SO chains, thence west
80 chains, thenco south SO chains,
these* east SO chains to tho point of
commencement.
G-lORQ-1   PALMER  MIGHT,
Per J.  W. Council, Agent,
listed  February 20th, 1915.        aplS
Skeena  Land  Dlstrlcl   -- District of
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE NOTICH   that   George   W.
Coal mining rights of the   Domln
Ion  In . Manitoba, Saskatchewan   an*
Alberta,   the   Yukon    Territory,    the1
Northwest Territories and a portion
wif the. Province of British Columbia,      ,
may be leased for a term of   ttven-j    ' Bloe1' *■
ty-one years at an annual   rental of
?!   per acre. Not more   than   2,560
acres will be leased to one applicant
Applications for a lease must he
•made by the applicant In person to
the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in whicli the rights appliej for
are sltuktec.
In surveyed territory the land
mst be described by sections, or
legal subdivisions of sections, and
In unBurveyird territory the tract ap
plied for shall be staked out by the
applicant himself.
Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $5, which will be
■refunded lf the rights applied for
the not available, but not otherwise. a\ royalty shall be paid on the
merchantable output of the mine at
the rate of five cents per ton.
The person operating the mine
S'hall furnish the Agent with   sworn
Kerr,  of  Prince Rupert,   occupation rdturns    accounting    for    the    full
Prospeetor, Intends to apply fur per- quautHy of merchantable coal miu .1
aud pay the royalty thereon, If the
coal mining rights are nol being operated, such returns should be fur
nislied  at leasl  once  n yShr.
The   lease    will   in. lude    tlie    coal
mining rights only;   but   the   1
may b'e permitted  to purchase whatever available surface rights may  be
I considered  necesstjry   for  the   work-
GEORGE   W.   KERR,     |ing  of the mini,  at  the  rate of   ,"!10
Per James F. Redmond, Agent. IPer acre.
Dated February 19th, 1915.    :■   IS por   fllli    information    application
 ■  should be made to the Secretary   of
Skeena  Land Districl     -  Districl  of the Department, of the Interior,   Ot
Prospeetor, Intends to apply for permission to i rospeel the following
described lands for coal and petroleum: Commencing al a !>..' I plant ,1
SO chains oast and 80 chains norlh
of the mouth of West River, Hi.
north SO chains, thence wesi 80
chains, thence south SO chains,
thence east so chains lo the point of
commencement.
Qi ■ • 1 Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that. ;',< orge Palmer Might, of Seattle, Wash., occupation Broker, inlcmls to apply for
permission to prospect the follow!
described lands lor coal and petroleum: Commencing at a pos. planted
240 chains oast and SO chains south
ot the south-east corner of Coal
Lease No. 10020 1 near Otard Bay),
thence east So cliains, thonce south
SO chains, thence west 80 cliains,
thenca north SO chains to tbe point
or commencement.
GEORGE   PALMER  MIGHT,
Per J. W. Connell, Agent.
Dated  February  20th,   1915.       aplS
tawa,   or   to   any    '\gcnt
Agent of Dominion Lands.
Sub-
W. W. CORY,
Deputy Minister of the Interior
Skeena Land District. — District of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Harry Mo-
Mann, of Victoria, B. C, occupation
Carpenter, Inlands fo apply for permission to prospect lho following described lands ror coal and petroleum: Commencing at a post planted
1C0 chains east and SO chains soutli
of coal licence No. 10020 (south-east
corner), thence east. SO chains,
thence south SO chains, thence west.
SO chains, tbence nortli SO chains to
the point  of commencement.
HARRY McMANN.
Dated February 20th, 1915.      aplS
Skeena  Land   District —  District of
Royal Naval College of Canada.
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Phyllis Burgess, ol Tictorla, li. C, occupation
wire or R. M. Burgess, intends to
apply lor permission to prospeel the
following described lands Tor coal
and petroleum: Commencing al a
post planted 240 chain* east of the
Boufli-eas!. corner or Coal Licence
No. 10020 (near Otard Bar), thence
south 8(1 ebains. thence east 80
chains, Ihence norlh SO chains,
thence west SO chains to the point
of eoramenrement.
PHYLLIS  BURGBSS,
Per J. W.  Connell, Agent.
Dated  February  JOth,  1915.     aplS
Skeena Land District — District ol
Queen Charlotte Inlands.
TAKE NOTICB that George Palmer Wigln, of Seattle, Wash., occupation Broker, intends to apply tor
permission lo prospect the following
described lands tor eoal and petroleum: Commencing at a post planted
11SO chains east of the soulh-fvist
corner of Coal Licence No. 10020.
thence cvast SO rhainn, thence south
80 .chains, thence we»t SO ehslns,
thence north °o chains to the point
of commencement.
GEORGE   PALMER   MIGHT,
Per J. W. Council. Agent.
Dated  Fobrunry 22nd,   I 9 15.      apl*
.:
The next examination  for the eur
try of Naval Cadets, will be held at
the examination centres of the Civil
Service Commission in May, 1915
successful candidates joining the col
lege on or abeut 1st August. Applications for entry will he received up
to 15th April by the Secretary, Civil
Service Commission, Ottawa, from
whom blank entry forms can now be
obtained.
Candidates for the examination in
May next must be between the ages
of fourteen and sixteen on the 1-st
July,  fD'lo.
Further details can be obtained on
application to the undersigned.
G.  J. DESBARATS,
-Hjuuty Minister of the Naval   Service
Department Of t*lie Naval Service,
Ottawa, January
Unauthorized publication of this
a*4**!jfilBea4ieat will not be paid for.—
ja2 8
ce,
8th,  1915
3HT
JANES GILMORE
ARCHITECT
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MdTIL DIRECTORY
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tion will be made to thc Superii,
tendent ef Provincial Police and to
the Board of License Commissioners for tbe City of Prince Ruiiert for
permission to remove the license for
the sale of llQuor by wholesale from
the pa-misci; known as Lots 15 ant)
Sect-ton 1, situate ist
Frazer Street in the City of Prince
Rupert, to tlie lands described aa
Lots 19 and 20, Block 23, Section 1,
on Third Avenue In tbe said City of
Prince Rupert.
DATED  this   20th  day  of   Febru
ary,  1915.
PRINCE  RUPERT  IMPORTING CO.
LIMITED.
W.  H. Marshall, Manager
f21mar22 Applicant.
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RESERVE.
NOTICE IS UEREBY GIVEN that
the Reserve existing on Detention
Island by reason of a Nol ice published in the British Columbia Gazette on
the 30th of May, 1912, is hereby can
oiled.
R.  A.  RENWICK,
Deputy  .Minister t f Lands
Department or Lands,
Victoria, B.C.,
October   19th,  1914.       o2i
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Skeena land  Districl        Dlstrlc
Queen  Charlotte  Inlands,
TAKE   NOTICH   thai   Allien   Scott
ncru.|Lock, of Victoria,  li. C, occupation
p.    i',,,.  agent and  Salesman,  lirendi  to . 1
following P'y  ',""' p'tnii."!'!0'!   to   proipeet   the
,   .., .;   petrol- following described    lands   for   eoal
,■                     ...   ,,,,;  planted and  petroleum:    Commencing   at   a
,,,. .,.,, ,.|,„,,,:, north P°»t  Planted  a"  ehalm   easl   or the
ol li      h Creek   tlience south-sust  corner nf Coal I,ea^ No.
80    cl iln      -  th,    Ihence    oasl    sdi10020    insar   Otard     Bay),    thence
chains,    tbence    north    80    chains, south    SO   chains,   thenoe    «•■!    ,*»
thence wesi    '   chaiiis to the point of eialn*.    thenca    serta     SI    ciains.
c.imni'ii t.,:,i.nl these*   neet   80   ehalm   to   te.e   twist
lORGE   PALMER   MIGHT,      »r eoiaissn.eisent.
Per .1. W. Connell, Agent. Ai.BHBT SCOTT LOCK,
Dated  February   20ll>,   1915.       apl8 p,r J-  n- '""nnell. Agont.
 ; :    Dates  February 29ts, !»!•.       ap18
Skeeti    Lam    Dli tricl del   of |
Qua     Ch  rlotle  I ilands,
Hkeen*   Land   Dliti Id I   let  ef
Queea  Charlotte Islands.
IOTICE :.      Wax-I    TAKH NOTICH thai  Alberl    Scott
orl     !'•   1'. occupation [Lock, ef Victoria,  B.  C, sceupation
Intends  to- Salesman,  Intend!  1    .   plj   fo    - r-
.    Ion to eel  the mlsglos   lo   srosseel    th.     tollowlig
ie.-iot'ilied   lands  for  eoal   lid     otroi
sum:  1 lomme ■ • ■ ;
ISH   ebains   eoal    of   tb •   ,,t
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