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VOL. V.
PRINCE  RUPERT,  B. C,   FRIDAY, JULY 23, 1915.
Price  5   Cents.
No. .14.
NOTED RUSSIAN OFFICIAL EXPECTED TO VISIT CITY
OCEAN FALLS WORKS TO RESUME ON LARGE SCALE
THOMAS' INTERESTS GREAT IN NORTHERN DISTRICT
D. A. THOMAS INTERESTS
VERY VARIED IN NORTH
The Railway Charterer Has Valuable Holdings Of Oil
As Well As Coal—Development Work On These To
Start Up At Once
Important announcements regarding plans for the development of the
oil and mineral resources of Northern Britisii Columbia and the provision of transportation facilities
have been made by Charles F. Law,
Canadian representative for D. A.
Thomas, Welsh coal baron and the
British Government's special commissioner in America, who is now In
Mew York.
Mr. Thomas and a number of his
associates are heavily interested in
extensive plans for the construction
ol' a line of railway from Kitaniaat
Arm, on the B. C. const lo Prince
Albert via Hogem Pass, Fort St.
John, Peace River Landing ind Fort
-Vwiiiillion. 'the building ;it" (trim-
ways in connection with a navigation system on the Peace River, Slave
River. Athabaska and M-icksuz e
rivers and northern lakes; the development ol" the Ground Hog coalfields; the exploitation of oil properties on the Peace River and other
points and kindred projects. The expenditure of $75,000,000 is stated to
be ultimately Involved In the big
undertakings. Already large sums
have been spent in making a reconnaissance survey of the new railway
and in conducting explorations of the
territory which will be served by the
proposed transportation  systems.
Mr. Law stated that five carloads
of drilling machinery have been
shipped to Peace River Crossing and
boring operations on the syndicate's
oil properties there will be started
by August 1. The plant was transported to Smoky River by the Edmonton & Dunvegan Railway and
thence by water the rest of the way.
The Pacific, Peace River and Athabasca Railway. Mr. Law announced,
has acquired the charter of the Athabasca & Vermillion Railway, and is
now surveying a route from Athabsca
Landing to Vermillion, and plans the
construction of the line as a part
of its main route to the coast. This
railway will form an important link
In   the   proposed   system,   and   wi'l
HAYING  MAY COaMMENCE
XEXT  WEEK   SOMETIME
open up one of the largest agricultural districts of the Peace River
region as well as furnishing transportation facilities for the oil resources
of the north.
The hull of a steamer which will
be placed in service on the Peace
River between Vermillion Chutes and
Hudson's Hope, a distance of 500
miles, is being framed by mills in
Vancouver, Mr. Law stated. The vessel, which will be 175 feet long, will
be assembled at Peace River Crossing.
The plant and boilers will be taken
In when the Edmonton & Dunvegan
Railway reaches Peace River Crossing. The line is expected to reach
that point within two months. Accommodation for 110 passengers and
for 400 tons of freight will be provided on the boat.
The Thomas' interests, Mr. Law-
said, have bonded a group of copper
properties at Taola Lake in the Omineca district, and now have a staff of
experts examining the holdings with
a view to purchase and development
on a large scale. Several promising
gold prospects are also under investigation. The syndicate propose to develop the mining properties to provide tonnage and business for its
transportation interests.
PRAISED WORK
OF CADET CORPS
MAJOR   W.   H.   BELSON  OF   VICTORIA MADE INSPECTION
LAST  EVENING
The Inspecting Officer Spoke Highly
Of What George Leek Was
Doing.
Major XV. H. Belson, of Victoria,
Inspector of Cadets Corps for this
Military District is in the city. He
is here to make his annual Inspection
of the local body, which has been Instructed by George Leek, and which
has shown so much proficiency.
Last evening at Government Place,
the inspection took place. Owing to
the fact that the holidays are on, a
number of the cadets are out of the
city, so that ihe attendance was not
as great as would otherwise have
been the case. About 21 were present
and were put through drill by the instructor and by R. Fisher, the acting
Cadet Captain.
M e.1 or Belson in addressing the
cadets, paid a compliment to the work
which was being done by Mr. Leek.
He spoke in high terms of the efficiency shown by the cadets. He explained that the drill which they took
was not for the purpose of encouraging them to fight. They were deriving a good training from this, which
would benefit them in every way for
all time.
Rev. Canon Rix, who was present,
also spoke briefly to the cadets, supplementing what the inspector had
said.
(Continued on Page Four.)
NOTED RUSSIAN
VISITOR CONING
THE   SPECIAL   REPRESENTATIVE
OF THE MINISTER OF FINANCE
TO ARRIVE
Tlie G. T. P.  Has Placed Facilities
At Prince Rupert At His
Disposal.
According to eastern papers there
will arrive here in a few days, a
noted Russian Government official.
This is His Excellency Gregory
Wilenkin, special representative of
the Russian Minister of Finance. He
has been entertained by the financial
and transportation men in Toronto
and is coming west over the Transcontinental to Priuce Rupert. It is
possible that he may arrive here this
-evening from  the east.
According to the report of his
visit to the eastern part of Canada,
the G. T. P. placed all the facilities
that are possessed here, at the disposal of his government for the
handling of munitions and other war
material.
The facilities that are possessed
here are not of any mean character.
There are facilities here for taking
care of shipments of all kinds for the
Russian ports in Siberia. There is
no reason why materials should not
be sent this way to Vladvistok. The
road is one that is capable of handling
all that could be desired, and then
at Prince Rupert there are the facilities to get the loading of the vessels
with all kinds of expedition. At the
drydock, there is a crane that is
(Continued on Page ""on-.)
OCEAN FALLS PULP HILLS
ARE TO BE REOPENED
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San Francisco Interests Are Acquiring Works That Lie
Within Easy Reach Of This City — Will Mean Rapid Development Of The Interests
Providing negotiations at present
under way are successfully concluded, the big pulp plant established by
the Ocean Falls Company, but which
has been closed down for some time
past, will shortly resume business.
Mr. W. Pierce Johnson, a well known
banker and paper magnate of San
Francisco, and representative of the
large pulp and paper interests known
ns the Fleishhacker & Johnson Co.,
is negotiating a deal which is expected to mean the re-opening of the
plant on a larger scale than ever. Mr.
REPRESENTATIVE OF TRADES
AND LABOR CONGRESS HERE
W. I!. Trotter of Vancouver Is On
A Visit To Prince Rupert To
Confer With Workers.
XV. R. Trotter, of Vancouver, a
well known trades unionist in the
province, is now in the city. He has
come to Prince Rupert as a representative of the Trades and Labor Congress of Canada, and is conferring
with the local Trades and Labor
Council on matters affecting unionism.
Mr. Trotter is a member of the
Typographical Union, and for years
has been prominently identified with
the cause of labor.
Johnson is accompanied by his attorney, Mr. Oscar Sutro, and Mr.
Eluch. Mr. O'Brien, member of a
large financial firm in Loudon, Eng.,
is looking after the interests of the
English bondholders in the re-organization.
The value of re-organization under
the Fleishhacker & Johnson auspices
lies in the fact that the Fleishhacker
& Johnson Interests control almost
the entire output of pulp and paper
on the Pacific Coast, including the
large mills at Portland and at Quat-
sino, B, C.
Germany, which was the great
source of supply for England and
otlier countries, has been eliminated
by the blockade ol" the British navy.
This has been created an exceptional
demand in Europe for paper and pulp
from Norway and America, and the
opening of the Panama Canal has
made possible a great economy in
freight rates and time for delivery.
As a result of.-this new condition of
affairs created by the European war,
It is proposed not merely to start the
Ocean Falls plant working nighl and
(Continued on  Page Four.)
REMAINS OK NELL McLEOD
TAKEN SOUTH YESTERDAY
IMMENSE OPPORTUNITIES IN FISH TRADE
ARE AWAITING INVESTORS IN THIS CITY
Thc Halibut And Salmon End Of Thc Business Likely To Be Soon Superceded By Very Much Richer Branches Of The Industry—The Cod Is
Being Neglected At The Present Time-Local Attempts Being Made In
Small Way Locally To Develop Trade
! .Many Attended Tin- Funeral Sendees
Al   Hnynei-'s Chapel.
Bulkle}' Valley Has Splendid Crop or
Timothy And Red OloVer.
If weather conditions will permit,
haying will commence on a number
of the ranches in the Bulkley Valley
next week, says the Smithers Sentinel. This will be at least ten days
earlier than was possible last season.
The growth of timothy and red clover
has been almost marvellous this
j nr, notwithstanding the fact that
there have been fewer days of bright
sunshine and warm weather than
usual. Considerable moisture has
fallen from time to time during the
past two months. With clear warm
weather for the next two or three
weeks, an immense crop of hay will
be harvested.
Cp to the present time it has become recognized that the main part
of the lish business is the fresh and
frozen hnliliul trade and the salmon
cunning. II is evident thai while
these branches are lucrative, there
are opportunities iu other lines that
may soon surpass these in their importance to the port.
In a small way, \V. Shurlisall is
developing a branch of the fishing
business that seems likely to pass
into a very important division of the
trade. This is tbe curing of black
cod. This fish is caught in considerable quantities whenever the lines are
let down for ha'ibut. tinder the present conditions these valuable fish are
thrown away, there being but. little
sale for them.
This fish when smoked and very
slightly salted, becomes a most delicious variety of fish. This is being
done on a limited scale by Mr, Shrub-
sail and others In the city. It is reported, however, that thousands of
tons of this fish are wasted every
year,  owing  to  the fact  that  there
is little known of it yet on the markets of the world. Those who have
come to know this brand locally are
delighted wiih it. ll is a matter of
getting a more general  demand.
The same is true of many other
varieties of fish that are now allowed
to go to waste when taken on tbe
hooks of the fishing craft, or are not
sought hy the fishermen. These will
come into use and be either shipped
fresh or cured locally. In the curing
of the fish, local industry is going
to be developed to the advantage of
the city.
The Crown, Company, with Mr.
Gammell at Its head here, is developing another line of the fishing industry which may be expected to grow
into large proportions. This is the
crab fishing industry. He intends to
join with it the shrimp industry, and
make a specialty of these varieties
that are taken within a very close
radius here.
While this work has been in hand
for some months, the proprietor feels
that  he  is still only  in  the experi
mental stage. The supply of crabs
brought in, is even now less than the
demand put upon the Crown works.
Mr. Graiiinu-11 is putting up tin-
crab meat in glass jars and sn shipping to the prairies. This involves
a considerable aniuunl of work, bul
the demand is becoming very brisk.
There is room In Prince Ruperl
in many small industries, making
use of varieties of fish that are not
come north on behalf of the Provincial Government, to continue his
studies uf the -allium of this coasl.
These researches have been in progress by him for several'seasons and
the results of his Investigations Into
the life history of the salmon have
been reported upon from time to
time.
lie lias been studying the Industry!
|along the southern part of the coasl |
Yesterday morning the remains of
Nell J. McLeod, who died in this iity
on Tuesday evening were taken south
to Seattle for Interment by the steamer Prince Rupert. The funeral services under the auspices of the Masonic Order, were held the day previous in Hayner's Chapel.
I The deep respect in which ihe ue-
ceased was held, was .shown by the
large number of floral tributes.
Among these were offerings from
.Mrs. McLeod and family, Tyee and
Tsimpsean Lodges, A. I". iV- A. M..
first Baptist Church, The Young
People's Society, Ladles' Aid, Mr. and
Mr*. Jarvis McLeod, Dr. and .Mrs.
"V, "1". Kergin, Dr. nnd Mrs, I.. \V.
Kergin, J, il Morrison, Mr, and Mrs.
r. o. Dean, Miss McTavish and Hie
Nursing Staff, Ralph Rogers, Harrison Rogers, John Wynne, Oeorgo
Wynne.
now in general use.    Prince Rupert |
is destined to he the market on  thej
this year, and will continue Iliis work
in this district now.
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Pacific  coast   for   all   kinds   of   fish      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
products.    It is to be confidently ex-   HELP LADIES IX
lliected,   that  before  long  buyers  of REI)   CROSS   WORK
fish   products of  all  kinds  will  seek       .,.,,„   |ad|ea  f)f   Prin(.e   Runort  aM: |
Prince Rupert for what they want.      |earnestly requested t„ contribute to
the Red Cross sale of house cooking
needs in thc Board of Trade rooms
NOW IN PRINOE RUPERT i every Friday. It is not necessary to'
belong to the Society to send In your;
contribution. A cake or a pie, a loaf I
of bread or a hatch of buns would'
help materially to swell the funds. I
Mesdames   Besner  and   Dawson   will i
■C{H-<HKH3-
I SAVE MONEY IN
INSURANCE
SALMON   IIXPKRT   IS
Dr.   C.
H. Gilbert Of Stanford I'ni-
verslty  Has Arrived
Hero.
Dr. C. H. Gilbert, of Stanford I7ni-;be in charge  on  Friday  next, from j £
AS    WELL    AS    l\    OTHER
LINES
insure with me In non-Board
companies. They are not weak
or irresponsible concerns—I
represent nothing but the most
reliable and well established
companies.
.1.  LORNI-: MacLAREN.
Plume    150—Itiioin    II    Smith
Block
versity, Is now in the city.    He has  11 a.m. to 0 p.m.
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Friday. July 23, 1915.
PRINCE   RUPERT   JOURNAL
prince Hupcrt 5otra_«l
Telephone 138.
O. H. NELSON, Editor.
Offlce: 12S Third Avenue -hurt,
near McBride Street. Telephone 13_;
Postotliic Box GOT.
DAILY  EDITION.
Published every morning except
Monday. Delivered by carrier in th*
city at the following rate, if paid in
advance:—
One Year    $6.00
Six   Months     $2.50
Three Months     $1.-5
If   nol    paid   in   advnee,
per   .Month      $0.50
WEEKLV  EDITION.
Published every Friday for- circulation outside the City of Priuce
Rupert at $2.00 a year, addressed to
points in Canada; or $3.Oil a year to
all points in tbe United Kingdom
tho United states or other foreign
countries.
Advertising  Rates  Upon Application
Telephone 138.
Friday   Ju'y  23,
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IMMENSE TRADING IX
COCOANUT   PRODUCTS
In seeking to cut off the supply of
food oils lo Germany, Great Britain
has prevented, so far as possible, the
shipment of copra. This calls attention to the wonderful economic development of the cocoanut, a develoii-
ment that is only paralleled by that
of tne banana, tbe potato and the tomato. A great English trader in co-
coanuts and cocoanut products was
recently reported as saying:
"The average man's idea of the cocoanut business is the sale of the
husked nut by a fruit dealer. Few
persons realize that two years ago
the lotal cocoanut trade between
America and Europe on one side and
the coi :i ries of the East, where the
cocoauuts are grown, exceeded $343,-
'iiiii.ooo, a figure that was only $73,-
000,000 less than the world's gold
output for the sunn- year, and which
exceeded the rubber business by $93,-
000,000."
Copra is dried cocoanut meat and
it is a highly Important article of
commerce in thos. lands where cli-
matic conditions permit the cultivation of cocoanuis. It, is an impor-
t-nii article nf export from the Philippines. Tin- shipment of green cocoauuts is a commercial trifle compared with the shipment of the dried
meat of these mils.
Germany has been a large importer of copra. In that country the oil
extracted from the nut meat Is used
as the base of a valuable palatable
and wholesome substitute for milk
butter In other countries of Europe
It has long been empolyed and Its
employment has been increasing by
leaps and hounds in the manufacture
of a  substitute for butter.
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1    YOUR KING AND COUNTRY    1
NEED YOU! j
Recruits Wanted for 62nd Overseas Battalion
Canadian Expeditionary Force |
Recruiting Station at Provincial Government
Office- OPEN NOW
In view of t"e recruiting which is in progress at present
throughout the province, it is apropos to answer a few of
the questions which lire considered hy those who contemplate
entering the service. The folloiving is u list of the pertinent
queries,  together with the  Information wliich each elicits:
QUESTIONS ANSWERED.
1 flow long ani I to serve? Until tlie end of the war,
ami six months after if required.
2 What pay shall I receive? Your pay as n private will
be $1.00 per day and 10c field allowance, Besides this you
will be clothed, equipped and subsisted by the government.
'•1 What will my wife receive during my absence? Every
month there will be paid her a separation allowance of $t!0,
(also part of your pny), and lf this bo not enough to comfortably maintain your family, the Canadian Patriotic Fund will
farther assist them.
4 What will happen if I am wounded or sick? You will
lie cored for hy the government and your pay continued until
you are discharged. If you are permanently disabled nn allowance will be paid you, varying according to the extent ol
your injury or disability.
."> What will be done for my .vife and children if I die
while on Active Service? The government will provide an
adequate pension, that will enable the family to live comfortable until the children are old enough to look aftei
themselves. The widowed mother of n single man ,if the son
be here sole support, is treated in the same way as a wife.
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MINERAL ACT
(Form P.)
Certificate of Improvements.
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Royal Bank of Canada
The   Morning
per in mi l li.
Joiirna
GARDEN  COMPETITION.
The Provincial Department of
Agriculture is offering easl* prizes ln
the following classes. Three prizes
to be given in each class.
1. For House Garden, where occasional employment of labor tak^s
place for garden work, lst, $12.
2nd.  $8,  3rd.  $5.
2. House Garden, where all work
has been done by occupant and
family. Carpentry work may be done
by the owner or hired, lst. $15,
2nd.  $10, 3rd. $5.
3. Ordinary lot, . without house,
under cultivation. To be judged
mainly from the standpoint of utility.
Area under cultivation to be not less
than one thousand (1.000) square
feet.    1st. $25, 2nd. $16, 3rd. $10.
An entrance fee or one dollar, ($1)
will be charged. Competition open
to all citizens of Prince Rupert.
Final judging to take nlace in
August, according to the season.
Plots must be staked out proper!-,
or the lines of the garden clearly defined.
Apply  by  letter  to
A.  H. TOMLINSON,
Department of Agriculture,
Box   1693. City.
CERTIFICATE OK IMPROVEMENTS
NOTICE.
"Harry" Mineral Claim, situate in
the Portland Canal mining division
of Cassiar District. Located at Maple
Bay, Portland Canal.
TAKE NOTICE that I, W. G. Humble, acting as agent for Ella H. Humble, Free Miner's Certificate No.
94,09TB., intends sixty days from the
date hereof, to apply to the Mining
Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining
a Crown Grant of the above claim.
And further take notice that action,
-iiider section 85 must be commenced
before the issue of such Certificate of
Improvements.
Dated  this  26th   day  of  June  1916
NOTICE
RAINIER Mineral Claim, situate in
the Portland Canal Mining Division
of Cassiar District. Where located:
On the east side of Bear River.
TAKE NOTICE that I, R. M. Stewart,
F. M. C. No. 9136GB, acting for myself and as Agent for Wm. Pigott,
F. M.'C. No. 94365B. W. D. Noble, F.
M. C. No. 94083B, and D. .1. Rainey,
l-\ M. C.No. 9381MB. Free Miner's
Certificate, intend, sixty days from
tlie date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for lhe purpose of
obtaining a Crown Grant of the above
claim. And further-take notice that
action, under section 37, must he
commenced before the Issue of such
Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 15th day of June, 1915.
]5-s5.
HEAD    OFFICE:   MONTREAL
ESTABLISH!"!)   1801)
COAL MINES ACT.
(Form of .Notice.)
Garden owners or lot cultivators
are urged to send in their names and
make this a successful  competition.
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Demers' July Sale
Began Saturday, July 17th
.ll'liY CLEARANCE SALE: THAT IS THE BEST TERM
\. i    •'■ iE IN DESCRIBING THIS SALE OF HIGH-GRADE
LADIES    ItEADV-TO-WEAR STOCK.
Skeena    Land    District—District    of
Queen Charlotte Island.
TAKE NOTICE that I, W. E. Burritt, of Prince Rupert, B. C, occupation Stipendiary Magistrate, intends
to apply for permission to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the following discribed lands: On the West
Coast of Graham Island: Commencing at a post planted one mile of the
north east corner of Lot 2,435, thence
northerly 80 chains, thence easterly
Su chains, thence southerly SO chains,
tlience westerly 80 chains, to point
| of commencement.
W.  E.  BURRITT,
Name of applicant.
Agent,   Peter   Piambo,
Dated located May 10, 1915.
^^^^^^ Liing Held Back
1 i .  you    an   idea   of   the   bargains  we  are
offering,
I in i.i-nt i-il Silk  Petticoats up to $15.00,  this sale       9i.2r>
A whole rack of serges and woolon dresses up to $25, this sale $5.78
Dozens of this season's Royal SoetsKy packages -JO';;  on*
A dozen si'k dresses up to $2*. Hit*  sale       .1110.00
La Camllle Corsets     20 <;'   oil   ^
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Silk brocaded La Diva Corset »»      HALF PRICE
Regular 60c and 75c fancy ribbon  at       SiSc
Wonderful   bargains  In   sui____r   underwear,   hosiery,   veiling,
neckwear, hair nets, brassier., and doaens of small wares.
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MINERAL ACT
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE
BONANZA, NORTH STAR, E.MMA,
EMERALD, PRINCESS LOUISE,
BONANZA FRACTION, ST. DENIS,
LONG SHOT, EM.MA FRACTION,
AMUR FRACTION, BRENAU FRACTION and VADOS FRACTION Mineral Claims. Situate in the Skeena
Mining Division of Cassiar District.
Where located: On Bonanza Creek.
Granby Bay, Observatory Inlet B. C.
TAKE NOTICE that I, J. Fred
Ritchie, Free Miner's Certificate No.
90071 B., acting as Agent for the
Granby Consolidated Mlnfng Smelting & Power Company Limited, Free
Miner's Certificate No. 90810 B., intend, sixty days from the date hereof,
to apply to the Mining Recorder for
Certificates of Improvements, for the
purpose of obtaining Crown Grants
to the above claims. And further
take notice that action, under Section
3 7, must he commenced before the
issue of such Certificates of Improvements.
J. FRED RITCHIE,
Agent.
j3-s3.
Dated this  2nd  day of July,  1915.
HE  HIGH  COST OF   LIVING  I'.K-
DUCEI) BV BUYING YOUR
Rest  Quality    Domestic    Lump    Coil
$0.50 Per Don
Best Quality  Washed ' Nut Coal
$K.7i> Per Ton
DELIVERED
—THE—
Union  Transfer  Co.
Prince Rupert, B.C., Phone :*<!
Capital     $   11,500,000
Reserved   Fund $ 12,500,000
Total   Assets    $185,000,000
Savings Bank Department—$1 will open an account
Branches   Throughout   Canada and Bunking Connections With All
Purts of the United States. .Agents Throughout the World.
P. WILSON, Manager        - - Prince    Rupert    Branch
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CLEAN UP AND PAINT UP NOW
O-CEDAR     MOPS,  O-CEDAR MOP POLISH
ALABASTINE   SANITARY  WALL  COATING
WATER HOSE, GARDEN TOOLS,  WATERING CANS
MARTIN-SENOUR 100  PER CENT. PURE PAINT
PAINT  BRUSHES,  LAWN  MOWERS AND GRASS SHEAR-
CARPET    BEATERS,  GARBAGE  PATLS
WINDOW   SCREENS, SCREEN POORS
—AT THE—
KAIEN HARDWARE CO., eos Third Av
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Coal, Cement, Plaster and Brick
AND A COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDERS' SUPPLIES
WESTHOLMTlUMBER CO., LTD.
First Avenue       Prince Rupert       Telephone 186
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Prince Rupert Transfer Co.
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Coal, Furniture Moving, Baggage
and Heavy Teaming
| W. J.  CRAWFORD, Manager
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FREDERICK   PETERS,  K.C.
Barrister, Solicitor and Notary Publi.
Office ln
EXCHANGE  BLOCK
DRS. CILROY & BROWN,J)EN_ISTS
Crown  and  Bridge  Work a
Specialty
GRANITE
ORANITE of best quality and thoroughly  tested  for sale
Cut Stone or Crushed  Rot-k in
Quantities
VEIL .1. McLEOD   Phone Green 317
OlTIce:
Smith    Block,
Phone i
Third
4.
AveuiK
J. H. HILDITCH
Contractor and Builder
Estimates given mi all   classes •>
work, whether small or large.   Per*
-uii.il   attention  given  to every  item
PHONE GREEN  321
A. FAULDS, HI. HE.
Consulting Mining Engineer
Examinations   and    development    ot
Coal, Metal, Oil. Etc.
709 Dunsmuir St.      Vancouvei, B.C.
P.O. Box 1714 Telephone 44S
RITCHIE,   AGNEW   &   CO.
Civil Engineers and Surveyors
Prince Rupert, B.C.
SHINGLES, MOULDINGS, SASH, DOORS
Prince Rupert Lumber Co.
FIRST AVE. AND McBRIDE ST. PRINCE RUPERT
Phone 25 Branch Yard at Smithers. B.C.
JAMES GILMORE
ARCHITECT
Second  Ave. Near McBride  St
New Wellington
Coal
The Favorite  Ho.i_ioho,<_  Co-iJ
Clewiest, Brightes. and  llest
Rogers & Albert
Second Ave__*
Plume in
The Queen Charlotte
Oil Fields Limited
Otllce will open today in Law-Butler
Building for sale of a limited
amount of   Treasury Stock
GEO.  P.   MACDONALD,   Sec.-Ticiis.
I'll mt Blue  1S3 Res   Phone I 9
UP-TO-DATE
LINDSAY'S CARTAGE SSTORAGL
Engines   Installed   nnd   General
Repairs
Oxy-Acetjlene   Plant   in   Connection
Phone Red 150 Third .Avenue
A. E. WRIGHT
Provincial nnd  Dominion  Lund Siu>
irjiii--Surveying   and   I'nglncerlng,
Fourth SI.    1
Phone 85. P. O. Box  10.
I
O. T.  P.  CARTAGE A CENTS
.126   FOURTH  STIIEET
JINGLE POT COAL
Id  bandied by us. Al) orders recetv*
prompt atlentlon. Phone No. 6V.
Waterworks,  Water   Power,   Wharl |
Construction, Reports, Plans, Domln-
on and Provincial Land  Surveying,
i-lectrie Blue Printing, Negatives and
White Prints
Capt. J. NcGee
M.M.S.A.
Musters and Mutes prepared
for examination. Compass adjuster.
I'll one Red 502
"NAUTICAL   ACADEMY"
Uelgerson Block, opposite
Royal Hotel
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HAYNER BROS
Pioneer Funeral Directors and
Eiiibulmei-s.     Open    Day    mid
iMght.    Ladies'    Assistant    in
Attendance.
PHONE 80.    710 THIRD AVE.
B. C. Undertakers
Funeral Directors nnd Eni-
liulmei. — Satisfaction Guaranteed *— Open Day and Night
117 S/jcontl Street Plione 41
Bruce .Morton    •    -    Manager
?raMHWHWB«H|H»l»lWH>lWB^ PRINCE   RUPERT    JOURNAL
Friday, July -3, 1915:
Is Business
Slow?
It probably serves you right
You are not letting the public know what you have
Advertise!
Advertise!
Advertise!
That is the Solution
That manufacturers should increase their advertising appropriations during n period of business depression niid'curtail during the years
of prosperity, ivas tlie opinion advanced by Roger Babson, the financial and business statistician, at u
meeting of the Technical Publicity
Association, held in New York.
"Directors of your company regard
advertising us a luxury to be cut
down when business is poor," snid
Mr. Babson. "They give you orders
what to do rather than you giving
them   orders.
"If you solved this advertising
problem in 11 scientific way yon
would tell them what to do, the same
us their lawyers and their bankers
tell them.
"In a year of prosperity they arc
willing io fiive you a big advertising
appropriation, and when the reaction
comes they cut down to almost, nothing. Take the big- appropriation in
the fnt years and suit it iiwuy for use
in the lean years.
"If you all did tljis the business of
tne country would move along more
evenly; the business boom would be
less, and (be reaction, tlie area ol
business depression, smaller."
Follow the Advice of
Experts
The Journal
Is Jhe Best Medium for Advertising
In the City
News of Prince
<*£__.
t'g Waterfront
GEORGE E. FOSTER
HAS GOOD CATCH
COLD   STORAGE   TRAWLER   WAS
REPORTED TO HAVE
(10,0011  POUNDS
limit  Was  Expected Tn  Reach  Here
Sometime During
Night.
it was reported last evening that
Un- triiwb'r (leorge E. Foster, belonging to tin- Canadian Fish * Cold
Storage Company would arrive during the nighl. She was reported to
have on board 90,000 pounds of ball-
but.
The Foster should unload today.
With the catch of the Kelly, there
will be about 200,000 pounds of halibut ready for shipment at the Cold
Storage today.
ANDREW KELLEY
HAD BIG CATCH
CANADIAN FLSH & COLD STORAGE
TRAWLER REPORTED 110,-
000 POUNDS
Only    One   Otlier    Small    Boat    In
From Fishing Hunks
-cstertlay.
Travellers' Guide to Steamer Sailings
Regular Vessels plying out of Prince Rupert
To Coast Points
FREDELIA IN TROUBLE
OFF   PORPOISE  HARISOR
The Cannery Tender Went On A Rock
Yesterday A fternoon.
The Fredelia, belonging to the Canadian Fish _ Cold Storage Company stranded on a rock off Porpoise
Harbor yesterday afternoon, according to a report received in the city.
She was  carrying salmon  from  the
NOTICE
Skeena Land District—District of
Cassiar.
TAKE NOTICE that 1. Richard B.
McGiiinis, of Alice Arm, B. C, occupation Alining Engineer, intends to
apply for permission to lease the following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted at High Water
Mark on the North bank of Alice Arm
and about three-Quarters (%) of a
mile in a northerly direction from the
north easi corner of Lot OS, Cassiar
Disirici, then west in chains; tbence
I north lo chains; theme easl in
chains, more or less, io Low Water
.Mark; thence south, following Low
Water Mark 111 chain:*, more or less,
l" poinl oi' commencement, and con-
talnlng io acres, more or less,
RICHARD   B.   McGI.NNIS.
Dated July 20th, 1915. j 22.
The arrivals of fishing bonis al tbe
port yesterday were not as large as
they have been on some other days
lately, but the total tonnage landed
wns quite heavy, due to the fact that
one of tlie largest of the fleet came
in. This was the Andrew Kelly of
the Canadian Fish & Cold Storage
Company. This trawler brought in
liOJiuo pounds from tlie halibut
banks.
The Kelly had been out only 17
days. She.Jiad therefore a good
catch of lish for the time.
The only otlier boat that was in
with fish yesterday was the Lillians.
She is n Ketchikan boat and brought
in 6,500 pounds of halibut. This was
taken by the Cold Storajje Company.
Skeena to the cannery in the harbor
here, when she went on a rock.
The Glen Rosa was despatched last
evening to take her off. She was expected to be got afloat again al high
tide.
The Morning Journal 50 cents pei
month.
Skeena Land District—District of
Queen Charlotte Islands
Take notice that Thomas P.
O'Farrell. of V. ncouver, B.C. miner,
intends to apply to tho Minister of
Lands for a license to prospect for
coal and pretoleum on the following
described lands: Commencing ut a
post situated two and a half miles
east and two miles nortli of the
south west corner of lot 2451, thence
s ith 80 chaini, thence west SO
chains, thence north 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains to point of
commencement.
THOMAS   P.   O'FARRELL.
Dated the 5th day of March, 1015.
In addition to intermittent and irregular sailings of vessels to and
from Prince Rupert, there is an excellent service in and out ef this port
by the steamers running In their different service*-,
.MONDAY
To Arrive:—G. T.  P. steamer from  Vancouver,   Victoria   and   Seattle   at
6:30  a.m.
C. P. R. steamer from Vaiicmicr in forenoon.
I'nion  steamer Venture in  forenoon.
To Depart:—G. T. P. steamer for Anyox at 10 a.m.
C. P. R. steamer for Skagway . t noon.
Union  steamer Venture  for  An-ox and northern B. C. points.
TUESDAY
To Arrive:—G. T. 1'. steamer from Anyox at 3 a.m.
I'nion steamer Venture from Anyox and way ports at 8 p.m.
1* Depart:—G. T. P. steamer for Vancouver, Victoria   and   Seat'le   at
10 a.m.
Union steamer Venture for Vancouver at 9 p.m.
THURSDAY
To Arrive:—G. T. P. steamer trom Vancouver,   Victoria and   Seattie at
6:30 a.m.
To Depart:—G. T. P. steamer for Vancouver,   Victoria   and   Seattle     t
10  a.m.
FRIDAY
To Arrive:—C. P. R. steamer from Vancouver  in  afternoon.
To Depart:—C. P. R. steamer for Anyoi and other points In evenln"
SATURDAY
To Arrive:—G. T.  P. steamer from Vancouver,   Victoria   and   Seattle   at
6:30 a.m.
C. P.  R. steamer from Skagway in forenoon.
C.   P.   R.   steamer   from  Anyox  in  evening.
To Depart:—G. T. P. steamer for Vancouver,    Victoria    and    Seattle   at
10  a.i...
C.  P.  R, steamer for Vaneoir.tr at 6 p.m.
SUNDAY
To Depart:—C. P. R. steamer for Vancouver at fl p in.
THROUGH TRAINS TO AND
FROM PRINCE RUPERT
The G. T. P. operates a train service to and from Prince Rupert its
Pacific terminus, with electric lighted standard sleeping cars, dining cars
serving all —"als and day coaches. On Mondays an electric lighted tourist car is attache 1 to the through train.
The trains rrom here give a fast direct service with Prince George,
Edmonton and Winnipeg; with clcse connection's with all prairie centres,
as well as with St. Paul, Chicago, and all eastern Canadian and United
States points.
MONDAY
No. 2.—Eastbound leaves at 10:30 a.m.    reaching    Winnipeg    2:25    p.in
Thursday,
No. I.—From the east arrives at 6:15  p.m., laving   eft Winnipeg I)  p.m.
Friday.
WEDNESDAY
No.  I.—From  tin- cast  arrive at  6:16 p.m.,  having left  Winnipeg  al   -
p.m. Sunday.
THURSDAY
No. _.—Eastbound leaves at  il   30   i.m., rea al  2:2
inday.
FRIDAY
Nn. I.—From the easl i 6:15   p.m.,  having  left   Wlnnlpei   a'   •'
p in. Tuesday
SATURDAY
Nn. 2.—Eastbound  leave- a'   10:30 ani.. r< .ichinj   Winnipeg al   "•-15  p.m.
Tuesday.
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Tug " GLEN ROSA
11       FOR HIRE OR FOR
CHARTER
Oil Burner, carrying qualified Master and Engineer, General Towing, Sand and Gravel supplied; also Scows, steam up on short
notice.
For rales etc., apply 10 Master on Hoard, ill Davis Hunt House,
Cow Hay.    Plione Orcein _.">f>.
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Summer Excursi
To The East
FROM  PRINCE  RUPERT TO
\Vinnipeg and return .    Still.oo New   York nnd  return $110.70
(i;|  Si. Paul and return .      $00.00 Toronto and return . ■    $02.00
liicng-i and return  . . .  $72.80 Hamilton and return       $02,00
Montn  t and return . . $105.00 Boston nnd return    .     $110.00
Correspondingly   low   rales   to    other     points.    Trains    leave
1 Prince Rupert at 10:30 a.m. on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays,
making close connections at  Winnipeg for all Eastern centres.
G. T. P. Steamers
Prince Rupert and Prince George
sail al 10 a.m. 1111 Tuesdays, Thursday* ami Saturdays, for Vancouver, Victoria and Seattle. Through tickets to San Francisco, San
Diego  and   other southern  points on sale al G   T, P. ticket office.
For  full   Information,   reservations and  through  tickets, apply
<;.    T.    P.    TICKET    OFFICE, THIRD AVENUE, PHONE 200
AGENCY  ALL  ATLANTIC   STEA.MSHIP   LINES
Canadian Pacific Railway
Lowest rules to all Eastern points  via steamer to  Vancouver nml
Canadian Pacific Railway.
Meals   ii"1  llertli  I eluded   "ii   steamer,
I'RIN. ESS    ALK E Slit THHOI VI),
il p.m. Sutiird -\.
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OUR   COAL LASTS   MNGBR—IT'S THE HEST.
Phone 15—Prince Rupert Coal Company
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ti    S.S.  VENTURE—-Sails  for  CRANKY,    NAAS,     PORT    SIMPSON;
0
Mondays   11   a.m.
S.S.  VENTURE—Sails  tor  VANCOUVER,   SEATTLE,   VICTORIA;
Tuesday 8 p.m.
s.s. CAMOSUN—Sails for PORT SIMPSON, GRANBY, STEWART;
Friday 7  a.m. July  23rd, Augusl   8th,  30th,
s.s. CAMOSUN—Sails for MASSETT, Saturday midnight, July 24;
August 7th, 2lst.
S.S. CAMOSUN—Sails  for  REFUGE BAY, SKIDBOATB, JEDWAY,
IKEDA, Monday 7 p.m. Julj 26th; August ti, 23.
S.S. CAMOSUN—Sails for SURF    INLET,    NAMU,    VANCOUVER,
Wednesday 8 p.m. July 28th; August  11th, 26th
JOHN BARNSLEY, AGENT, flit!  Socontl Avenue—Phone 508.
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PRINCE    RUPERT   JOURNAL
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THE IMPERIAL WATER HEATER COIL  1§ PERSONALS
Patented ln Canada.
FOR STOVES, RANGES AND FURNACES
Is made to meet the demands for Instantaneous Hot Water, for
-. baths, etc., without extra use of fuel.
70 I.N USE IN   PRINCE RUPERT
WARNING
Pui chasers of any infringements on
this coil lay themselves liable to
prosecution, equally with the parties
making and installing same.
Absolutely guaranteed im give satisfaction.
Prices for ooil ino-tuling   connections   $20
COIL ONLY $15,    LESS  CONNECTING
HARRY HANSON
THE   RELIABLE  PLUMBER
Phone ISO        P. O. Box 393
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Mrs. C. H. French, of Victoria, is
a guest at the Hotel Prince Rupert
She will meet her husband, who as
Tepresentaii-e of the Hudson's Bay
Company, has neen into the northern
interior. He will arrive by this evening's train.
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PRINCE RUPERT BROUGHT
IN NUMBER OF PASSENGERS
Arrivals  Hy  The  G.  T.  P.  Steamer
Yesterday From South.
The G. T. P. steamer Prince Rupert arrived yesterday from the south
having on board a number of passengers. Among them were the following:
XV. S. Henderson, L. A. Fisher, J.
B. Caffery, M. McVicar, Mrs. Des
Jarssy, Miss Reid, Mrs. French, H.
Flynn, VV. J. Kennedy, J. E. Sharp,
Mrs. Oaks, Miss A. Oaks, F. Myers,
J. L. Myers, Mrs. Stapleford 'and
child, P. L. Myers, R. Gerran, Miss
Banting, Major Belson, Miss E.
Stewart, XV. H. Hammersley, J. M.
Maxfield, Mr. and Mrs. Durkee and
child, Mr. and Mrs. McGuire, J. S.
Bear, C. Findlay and wife, F. Findlay,
C. M. Miller, C. S. Way, J. N. Tal-
lenteno, Mrs. Wallace and children,
Mrs. Flexman and children, J. Lick,
W. Fry, W. R. Trotter, B. W. Cole,
W. Treston, Mr. and Mrs. Harrison,
Miss Jackson, Miss Scharnz, Mrs.
Rorison, A. Irwin, H. D. Stratton, J.
H. Keys.
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NOTED  RUSSIAN
(Continued  rrom i_i_e One.)
CA ADIAN STEAM
OPEN  FOR  BUSINESS
"jLatest mid Approved Methods
'[Only  Skilled    Operators  Employed
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Plione us and we will call for a
trial  bundle
Note   our   address:
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Phone No. 8
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NOTICE   OF   CANCELLATION     OP
RESERVE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN  that
the  Reserve  existing   on   Detention
island by reason of a Notice published in the British Columbia Gazette on
ae 30th of May,. 1912, is hereby can
elled
R.  A.  RENWICK,
Deputy Minister ot Lands
>.partment of Lands,
Victoria, B.C.,
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|     RUPERT MARINE IRONWORKS AND
I SUPPLY CO., LIMITED
<;! WATERFHO.NT,   PRINCE   RUPERT
g    ENGINEERS,     MACHINISTS   AND MACHINERY CONTRACTORS
Specialists in Martae Power Pl.uiU   oil, Steam, or Gasoline.
B, C. Coast Agentsc for the British Kroinlioul Semi-Diesel oil Engine—tlie most reliable nnd economical, and the cheapest
power for (Islilng boats, tugs and passenger vessels.
Standard Gus Engine Company's Engines nml Parts in stock.
.Steel, Iron, Oils, Wire Rope, Balatu lleltln, H. C. Wood Pulleys,
Columbian Bronze Propellers, Storage Batteries, Dynamos and
Murine Accessories. .t
pairs—First-class equipment   and staff for machine utftT'ship repairs.
P.O. EOX 515 TELEPHONE 313
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superior to any other on this coast
for loading heavy material, that
could not otherwise be taken care of.
It is to be hoped that the report
is well founded, and that the shipping of munitions this way may soon
begin.
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PRAISED  WORK
{Continued  .Tom Page One)
Major Belson takes a deep interest
in the cadet movement. He believes
that it should be identified with the
school work, and that the training
should be open to every boy attending the public schools. The School
Board should see that an instructor
was appointed.
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PHONE 554 P.O. BOX 60
FOR
APERHANGING
AINTING
OLISH1NG AND
WALL TINTING
HIGH-GRADE   INTERIOR
DECORATING    A    SPECIALTY
Martin Swanson
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SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
For Rent
REASONABLE   RATES
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A handsomely lUnstrnt.ui] wuokly. Lar«efit cir-
Mlntltin of any ncle'nf.lflc Journal. Tonnn for
Canada, 18.76 a your, posUiKo prepaid. Sold, by
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Oil OIUCO. (OS F St, WoaatllUBtOn. D. C.
day to its capacity, but also to Increase the plant and install machinery for the manufacture of the dry
pulp into newsprint.
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No Tclegrapiiic News.
Owing to an electric storm in the
interior of the province, the telegraphic wires were out of commission
last night. There Is no outside news
in consequence again this morning.
FARM  LAND  FOR  .SALE
Half section (320 acres) of the
best land in Lakelse Valley, close to
Government Road-. Will sell whole
or a part at $20 an acre. For particulars, address Box 202, Prince Rupert. 1 w i 22.
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LOST.
A gold watch on Sixth Avenue near
Sea] Cove Circle or between there
and the Cold Storage. Finder phone
5. tf.
WANTED
Piano in good order to rent. Owners of pianos apply to Box A Journal
offlce.
For Sale.
A phonograph in good order. Phone
417. tf.
NOTICE.
The Canadian Patriotic Fund.
Will those who need assistance
from the above fund, resident ln tha
city or district and whose breadwinner is on active service with the
farces of the Empire or her Allies,
kindly notify the seeretary of the
local organization.
tf W. E   COLLISON.
P.O. Box 736.
Skeena   Land   District—District   of
Coast Range 5.
TAKE NOTICE that I Petei Mo
Lachlan, of Prince Rupert, B. C, occupation Broker, intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described  lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
high-water mark, on the east side of
Detention Island in Prince Rupert
Harbor, thence northerly, westerly,
southerly, ancl easterly, following the
contour of said Island to the place
of commencement .containing one (1)
acre more or less.
PETER   McLA.CHLAN.
Agent, George F .MacDonald.
THE PRINCE RUPERT FAIR  1015
SPACE RENTLAS
Tiie Directors will be gl_d to receive tenders for a space 15 feet in
the centre of the Exhibition Building
for the three days of the Fair, September 22, 23 and 24.
This space is the beat stand in the
building, and is admirably suited for
commercial display.
Other space inside around walls
of the building with depth of 10 feet
will be let for the three days at $1.00
per front foot.
No tender necessarily accepted.
Tenders close July 31st.
Outside space for refreshment
booths, side shows, etc. Prices on
application.
The plan of the building is now
ready and reservations can be made.
For further particulars address the
secretary, Board of Trade rooms,
City. P. O. Box 1657.
NOTICE  OF  SHERIFF'S SALE
IN    THE    SUPREME    COURT    OF
BRITISH  COLUMBIA
Between
MICHAEL  SEEBURG,  Plaintiff
and
W.  J.  KENNAUGH,  Defendant.
PURSUANT to an Order of His
Honor, Judge F. McB. Young, dated
the 4th day of June, 1915, I will offer
for sale by public auction at my offlce
in the Court House, Prince Rupert,
B.C., on MONDAY, THE 20TH DAY
OF DECEMBER, 1915, at the hour of
ELEVEN O'CLOCK In the forenoon,
the following described lands: —
Lot Fourteen (14), Block Twenty-
one (21), Section Six (6), in the City
of Prince Rupert, Province of British
Columbia, subject to a Judgement for
tho amount of $1,519.74; interest
thereon at the rate of five (5) per
cent, per annum from the 22nd day
of December, 1914, and costs incidental to the sale.
Dated at Prince Rupert, B.C., the
7th day of June, 1915.
j-9-6. JOHN SHIRLEY
Sheriff of thc  County of Atlin.
TO RENT.
Furnished  rooms  over  our offlce.
Very low rental.
3-t Westenhaver Bros.
Room and  Hoard.
Near  corner  Fourth  Avenue and
McBrlde.     Phone  427. tf.
Choice Groceries—Fair Prices.
Mussallen & Company, Limited,
42! Fifth Avenue offer the best
classes of groceries at fair prioes.
Try an order and be convinced.
Phone 123.
COAL MINES ACT.
(Form of NoHce.)
Skeena Land District—District of
Queen Charlotte Island.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Peter
Piambo, 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 a a post planted one mile of the
north east corner of Lot 2,435, thence
easterly 80 chains, southerly SO
westerly 80 chains, northerly 80
chains to point of commencement.
PETER   PIAMBO,
Name of applicant.
Dated located May 10, 1915.
HOTEL DIRECTORY
Members of the Prince Rupert
Licensed Vintners' Association
WINDSOR HOTEL
Cor.   of First   Ave. and   Eighth St.
W. H. WRIGHT, Prop.
HOTEL CENTR.AL
First Ave. and Seventh St.
European  ani  American  Plans
$1.00 to $2.50 Per Day
Peter Rlack, Prop.
KNOX HOTEL
First   Ave.    Between    Eighth    and
Ninth
European Plan;  Rates bOc to $1.00
Per Day
Besner & Besner, Props.
EMPRESS HOTEL
J. _". Rochester V. D. Cailer
Third Ave. Be.vr.i-_. Sixth and
Seventh Sts.
European Plan; SOc to $1 Per Day
ROYAL HOTEL
Corley & Bnrgess, Props.
Third Ave. and Sixth St.
European Plan Steam Heated
BEAVER     WHOLESaALE    LIQUOR
CO., LIMITED
Second Ave. and Sixth St.
Phone 102
PRINCE RUPERT IMPORTING CO.,
LIMITED
Fraser and Sixth Sts
Phone 7
Phone 93.
P.D.  Box  38.
NOTICE TO MARINERS
Mariners are hereby notified that
the lights on the following buoys
have been changed from occulating
red, to occulating white:
Sand Heads,  (Roberts Bank).
White Rocks, (Browning Entrance).
Vancouver Rock, (Mill bank
Sound).
Hodson   Reef.
This effects Notice to Mariners
No.  17 of 1915.
F. T.  SAUNDERS
Sub-Agent.
SYNOPSIS     OF      COAL      MINING
REGULATIONS.
Coal mining rights of the Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and
Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the
Northwest Territories and a portion
of the Province of British Columbia,
may be leased for a term of twenty-one years at an annual rental of
$1 per acre. Not more than 2,560
acres will be leased to one applicant.
Applications 'it a leasp must be
made by the applicant in person to
tht- Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in wliich the rights ..pplled tenure situated.
In surveyed territory the land
must Le described by sections, or
legal subdivisions of sections, and
in ttnsurveyed territory the tract -ip*
plied for shall ne staked out by the
applicant himself.
Each application must be accjm-
panied by a fee of ,,5, which will be
refunded If the right** applied for are
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
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 re not being operated, such returns should 1 e furnished at least once a year.
The lease will Include the coal
mining rights only; but the lessee
may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be
considered necessary for the working of the mine at the rate of $10
per acre.
For full .nformation application
should be made to to Secretary of
the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent
of Dominion Lands.
W.  W.  CORY,
Deputy Minister of the Interior
Pacific Cartage Limited
General   Tenniang       (,
Furniture  Moving a Specialty.
When you buy COAL buy the BEST
— Ladysmlth  Lump  or Comox
Washed  Nut.
THE MOST COMFORTABLE
TOURING CAR
IN THE CITY
Answer- ail calls duy and night
Phone 99
Stand:    Hotel    Prince    Rupert
«H*Hm)MH*l-H«^
GUaARANTEED
American  Silk
HOSIERY
WE   WANT   YOU   TO   KNOW
THESE  HOSE
They stood the test when all
others failed. They give real
foot comfort. They have ao
seams to rip. They never become loose and baj c- as the
shape is knit ln, not -ressad ln.
They are GUARANTEED for
fineness, for styls, for superiority of material and workmanship, absolutely stalnl s,a_d to
wear six months without holes
or replaced by new pairs free.
Our Free Offer
To every one sending us BOc
to cover shipping charges, we
will Bend, subject to duty, absolutely  free:
Three pairs of our famous
men's A M SP.ICAN SILK
HOSE with written guarantee,
any color, or
Three pairs of our Ladies'
Hose, in Hlack, Tan or White
colors, with written guarantee.
DON'T     DELAY—Offer    expires  when  dealer  In  your   locality Is   selected.   Give   color
and sue desired.
The  International    Hosier}-  Co.
21 Bittner Street
Dayton, Ohio - U.S.A.
««(#_1-l""_-H"HWH-_"i"^^
Change of Business
To whom concerned:
Having disposed of my interest ln
the New Wellington Coal Company,
to Mr. M. P. McCaffery, who In connection with Mr. M. Albert will continue in the coal business ln Prince
Rupert. I take this opportunity of
thanking the public for their trade
and patronage during the pa3t seven
years, and bespeak for the new firm,
the continuance of your good will and
valued orders.
Very respectively,
J. H. ROGERS.
Prince Rupert, B. C, June 12, 1915.

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