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The Journal
$5.00
a Year
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VOL.  V.
PRINCE RUPERT, H. C,   SATURDAY. ,11 LY 24, 1918,
Price  5   Cents.
No.  21!).
THE RUSSIANS APPEAR TO BE FAR FROM BEATEN
PRINCE RUPERT'S DRYDOCK NEARLY COMPLETED
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CANADA'S TRADE HAS SUBSTANTIAL INCREASE
Russia Is Showing
That She Is Still
In The Fighting Line
CROP OUTLOOK
AT END OF JUNE
OFFICIAL     REPORTS     RECEIVED
AT    OTTAWA     INDICATE
RECORD YIELD
Nearly    Twelve    Millions   OI    Acres
Under Crop In Prairie
Provinces.
Tlie areas sown to Held crops, preliminary estimates of whicli were
given a month ago, are now after
conclusion of the sowing season definitely reported to he as follows:
Wheal 12,986,400 aeres, which is
nearly IS per cent, more than the
area sown and 26 per cent, moro than
the area harvested for 11)1.4; barle™
1,609,85'0 acres, compared with last
year's harvested urea of 1,495,600
acres; oats 11,365,000 acres, against
10,061,500; hay nnd Clover 7,875,-
000 acres, against 7,997,000; buckwheat 343,811(1 acres, against 354,400;
flax seed 1,009,600 acres, against _,-
163,000; corn I'or husking 25.1,300
acres, againsl 256,000; corn for fodder 343,400 iii-res, against 317,000;
potatoes 478,600 acres, against 475,-
900; and turnips, etc., 172,700 acres,
against 175,000 acres. In the three
Nortli western provinces the estimated areas sown to wheat are 11,744,-
700 acres; to barley 962,000, to oats
6,290,000 acres, and to flax 1,004,000
acres as compared with the harvested areas of last year, viz.,'wheat 9,-
335,400, barley 936,000, oats 5,353,-
000 and flax 1,157,000 acres. More
than half the total area under wheat
and 89 per cent, of the area under
flax is reported from the single province of Saskatchewan.
Petrograd, July 23.—The Russians
are still holding the Germans along
the Narew River.
The battle whicli is raging in the
Lubin district is expected to decide,
the fate of Ivangorod and Warsaw.
Preparations for the evacuation of
both strongholds are completed. The
war office hopes that the Grand Duke
Nicholas will succeed in repulsing
Von Mackenzen in the south, and
thus relieve the pressure.
Riga is in course of evacuation.
The populace has been ordered to
leave if Von Huelow reaches the city.
Military writers assert that the
presence not. oniy of Landwehr but
of Landsturm troops in lhe German
line indicates the central powers are
exerting every resource to crush the
Russians.
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RUSSIANS HAVE
DRIVEN* GERMANS
HACK  TO POLAND
Geneva, July 23.—Rallying from
the staggering blows dealt hy Von
Mackenzen, the Russian forces on the
Vleprz River in Southern Poland
have driven the Germans back eight
miles to Krasnostaw. The German
losses in the action are believed to
exceed 13,000.
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Steel Work Will Finish Today
The steel work at the G. T..P. Drydock will be completed sometime today. There will be a little straightening up to do before
all is turned over, but very little remains to be done now at the
yards before it is ready for operations.
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REV. DR. CHOWN
IS IN THE CITY
GENERAL   SUPERINTENDENT   OF
METHODIST CHURCH ARRIVED
LAST EVENING
He Was Well Pleased With His Trip
Over The Grand Trunk
Pacific.
British Columbia were generally
favorable.
Expressed numerically the condition of the principal grain crops continues to be excellent. To wheat, rye,
barley and oats are all assigned
points exceeding 90 per cent., of a
standard of 100, as representing a
full crop. Assuming that conditions
up to the time of harvest be fairly
normal, the indications at the end of
.Tune are for yields per acre In excess
of the average of the six years 1908
to 1914 by 16.6 per cent, for fall
wheat, 5.5 per cent for spring wheat,
8.3 per cent, for all wheat, 7.5 per
cent, for rye, 3.7 per cent, for barley
and 3.6 per cent, for oats.
Not sim-p the present Canadian
crop reporting system was   instituted
The train last night over the G. T.
P. which came from Toronto and
other eastern points, through the
direct connection given by the initiation of the Canadian Government service over the National Transcontinental, brought a good number of
passengers. Among them was Rev.
Dr. Chown, the General Superintendent of the Methodist Chucli in the
Dominion,
Dr. Chown was well pleased with
the service given over the G. T. P,
He spoke upon arrival here last evening in the highest terms of the road,
and of the attractions met with along
tlie route.
He has come to Prince Rupert to
spend   the   week-end   here,  and   Will
WILL MAKE TRIP
EAST OVER G.T.P.
NEW YORK TOURIST DECIDED TO
TRANSFER AT THIS
POINT
He Is Delighted With The Country-
Thinks  More Should  Come
Here.
Kenneth Lord, of New York, and
Mrs. Lord are here. They are touring
the norhwest coast for the fifst time.
It had been there intention when they
came west to Seattle to make ihe
round trip to Alaska and return by
Balance of Trade Is
In Canada's Favor
In Spite of The  War
Ottawa, July 23.—It is a growing
time for Canada's trade. Even the
war and the scarcity of ocean transportation facilities have not prevented a substantial increase in our total
returns nor a very marked growth
in our exports. The balance of trade
is growing steadily in favor of this
country. For June our exports
amounted to $16,000,000 more than
our imports, exclusive of bullion exports   which   were   $44,259,738.00.
For the three months of this fiscal
year there was u balnce of trade in
Canada's favor of $35,000,000, exclusive of imports and exports of bullion. For June the agricultural exports show an increase of $6,000,000
and for the three months of $7,000,-
ADDRESS BEFORE
LABOR COUNCIL
W. It. TROTTER TOLD WHAT THE
CANADIAN    ORGANIZATION
WAS  DOING
Interesting Speech Given At Carpenters' Hull Last
Evening.
\V. R. Trotter, western representa-
Congre«s, addressed u representative
Congress addressed a representative
meeting ot the local Trades and Labor
Council In the Carpenters' Hall lust
evening.
The     speaker,     who     is     exiee.il-
the southern route to INew York. They in   exports   for  .Tune   of   $4,000,000 |._g.y „,_.. Infonne(J 0_ .„ tr_de c(m_
went north by the Spokane and were land for the three months ot $40,000,-  aitioDg
000.    Manufactures show an increase.
delighter with tiie trip. On reaching
Prince Rupert they decided to change
their plans and make the return trip
over the G. T .P., which they are
doing tli is morning.
Mr. Lord thinks it is too had that
tiie Alaskan steamer from Seattle
do not make longer stays here, so as
to allow tourists a chance to see the
place. It would, he says, be far more
interesting than to call at all the can-
occupy the pulpit of the Methodist jneries in Alaska and nake long stops
Church on Sunday, both morning and:there.
evening. He is a talented speaker Mr, Lord has done a great deal of
and a very logical thinker, so that I travelling and speaks in high terms
treats are in store for those who may
hear him.
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come  north   I'or  that  purpose.     Mr.
illy  full wheat looked well, but thej'"  1:,os have the grain crops al the b__n al).llui0111?l]     Th(, prjsonera wnjand   Mrs.   French   proceeded   bj   the
crop  was light.    In  the North-/'"1'  of June presented sn  favorable'       forwardea   by   r.,nway   through Princes. Maquinna to Por:  Simpson
[Sweden   by   way   of   Karungl.     Ex- las(  night.    Returning they  will  so
Change   stations   have   been   selected   "" ''' Virtniin.
Correspondents state that in the
Maritime Provinces, the weather during June was cold and wet; growth
therefore was rather backward. The
hay prospects were, lu iver, excellent. In Quebec the grain crops were
gnnd, but the weather had been dry
and cold. In Ontario all crops especi-
1 ii     1 ll 11 U    hat,,    t lui    i.i'aii,    /..-ia.,..    ,. ,    f li«
been abandoned.
In  the North-'''1"'   °' -Tune  presented  so   favorable".
west  provinces the condition of the Un appearance, and this tact, coupled1
grain crops continued to ba general- wttn lh0 '"''«<' Increases In the areas
ly favorable.   Frosts, however, aboutisown causes the outlook to be highly
the middle of June mused a tenipor- promising,
ary sel back.    In Northern  Alberta      " la estimated from tbe report of j
there had  been  too much  rain, but j correspondents that the numbers of
in Southern Alberta the promise was fa,'tn live stock in Canada al  lune 30
for  good   main   crops.   Conditions  in   wer   as   follows:    Horses   2,996,099.
 —— Imilch cows 2-,666,846, oilier cattle .'!.-
«*KW__h5*-KbkhkhW*^^ a"  cattle  6,066,001, sheep
12,038,662, swine 3,111,900. As com-
! pared with 1914, these figures re-
Ipresent increases of 48,301 horses,
[35,624 other cattle and 29,184 all
( cattle, but decreases of 6,4 4 0 milch
cows 19,383 sheep and 322,361
swine.    •
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AN EXCHANGE OF
WOUNDED PRISONERS
MAY BE MADE
Berlin, July 23.—Tlie Overseas
News Agency gave out the following:
"Negotiations between Germany
and Russia for the exchange of in-
capaciated prisoners of war have
finally been successful. This is diie
largely to the work of James W. Ger-
lard, the (American ambassador at
Berlin.
"The plan of exchanging the prisoners on transports with escorts has
of the trip along the coast. Next year
if he comes back, he thinks he will
arrange to make the tour over  the
G, T. P. all the way through.
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throughout    the    Dominion;
000.    01" animals and their products  ,,„,.,   „„  ,. ..   ,   ,
both   as  they  ettect  local  situati-ns
for June the exports are increased by   ,    ,     ,
i.ind  also  I rum  a  national anil  Inter-
$3,uno,ni'iO and for the three months I     ,. ,     .
national   standpoint,   was   therefore
bv $5,01111,000.    Exports of products    ,,
able to give much  valuable iuformu-
of Ihe mine show an increase of $1,-1., . .
ition  to h:s audience.
000,1100,  of  tiie   forest   a   slight   de-       ,
in  lhe course of his address    Mr
crease, and nf fisheries a slight do-  „.    ,
[I rotter   made  it   clear  ihat   the  Ca-
crease, the onlv falling off iu tlie list |      	
jiiadian   rrades  and   Labor  Congress
of our exports.
I was  not  only  representative of or-
Imports for June were $35,784,276
HUDSON'S HAY OFFICIAL
HACK FROM THE
as against $45,957,427 in June, 1914,
and $99,794,976 for the three months
as compared With $128,843,347 in
the corresponding period of 1914.
Although imports have decreased the
new revenue taxes have prevented any
decrease In revenue, il being practically the same as for the corresponding period last year which was he-
fore the war.
ganized labor throughoul the nonunion, Imi also had the interests of
unorganized  labor  at  heart.
He touched on many of the leading
political questions of the day, both
from a provincial and Dominion
Standpoint. The policies followed hy
the Liberals and the Conservatives
with regard to immigration, was In
the opinion  of tlie Congress insane.,
('. II. French Returned Last. Evening
Alter  Tour  Of   Inspection.
C. H. French, of Victoria, representing tlie Hudson's Hay Company
returned last evening by train, after
a tour of Inspection of the company's
posls in the northern interior. He
met  .Mrs.   French   here,  she  having
as it permitted each year a greater
The total Canadian trade for .June'number of both skilled and unskilled
EA' I* was $127,402,516,, as compared with mechanics coming to this country
$77,240,151 in June, 1914, ami tor when the different avenues of labor
the three months ending June 80, were crowded, resulting In large num-
1915, $272,646,868, of which $50,- bers of unemployed being left to seek
000,000 was bullion exports, as com- an existence as best they could,
pared with $213,108,395 for lhe lirst The Congress fell that something
three months of the fiscal year. Imports for .June, 1916, were $35,784,-
270, and for June, 11)11, $45,957,-
427. While for the first three months
nf this fiscal year ihey were $99,-
794,976, anil for lasl year, $128,843,-
347.   Exports  for  June  of  this  year
wen-  merchandise,   $47,500,1  and
bul
further oughl to be carried out to
prevent the growing influx again of
Chinese and Japanese to iliis country.
Tlie Congress had In an indlrecl way
been responsible for having the
head tax on Chinese increased from
( 100 iii $500, and this for u time
was a sufflcli in bai i - i for the keep-
inil the Swedish Governmenl has un-
Mr. French  bas I i en
Reduced Price of
MILK
The Standard Dairy
will   deliver   pure   milk   of  its
usual high standard
it for set ■
dertaken to transporl German and Ural months now on his annual In-
Russian prisoners to the frontier nf spection of the northern posts. He
the same time. visits Telegraph Greek on the Stlkine
"An agreement has been reached  before   proceeding    to   the   Interior]
for   the   designation   by   the   Danishlby way of the ('•■ T. P.
Red Cross of men to visit prisoners'      In the Interior he wenl iu by l tn -
camps In Russia and Germany for Ihe bine, and  proceeded  to lhe junction
(Continued on Pago Four., fContinued  on  Page  Foi'".)
n,  $44,259,738,    while   exports  Ing out of this race ol   ieople   Hut iu
"' ' erchandlse lasl  year were  (31,    191 I aboul 5,200 Chinese had ii.u.il-
' ■    for """ ",ree months thi      roi tl to the Di     ■ nd I e tell
'•':l1' exports   of   merchandise   were thai    further   legislatl  i I	
",7': """-  and lasl year $84, .- enacted al this time
i     Mr   Ti otti r touch) d on i ondltiqns
i Contli led - n  Page Four,)
ANNUAL  FLOWER  SHOW
Piibli
Asked  I'i
Worthy
Aid In M.ili.n:
Exhibition.
This
at B cents a Pint
or 10 cents a Quart.
Phone Standard Dairy.
Blue 247
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Spokane Called.
The steamer Spokane of the Alaskan Steamship Company was In
port yesterday afternoon. Her stay
was very brief, only about half an
hour, wliich did not allow much time
for the tourists to get up city.
New England Fish Officials Corning
There will arrive by the G. T. P. steamer this morning, two of
the officials of the New England Fish Company who are coming
to confer with C. Nunan, the local head of the Atlin Fisheries,
which is affiliated with the New England. These visitors are H.
Synnesveldt, the manager of the New England Company at Seattle
and A. W. Sterrett, tho superintendent of the company at Vancouver.
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SAVE MONEY IN
INSURANCE
AS    WELL    As    IS    OTHER
LINES
Insure u in  in non-Boai d
companies. They are nol weak
or Irresponsible concerns I
represent nothing but the mosl
reliable and wi ll established
companies,
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Tin- annual Flower Show of the
Prince Ruperl Horticultural Society
win be held on Wednesday, Augusl
18, All entries will be open to lhe
members of the Society, Prizes will
he awarded In all the classes exhibited in the form of diplomas siillahlc
for framing, with the Increased Interest taken In flower culture this
year, it is expected that the show will
be even u greater success than il was
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Sat unlay, July 24, 1916
PRINCE   RUPERT   JOURNAL
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f-trmcc Kupctf _Jout«al
Telephone 138.
O. H. NELSON, Editor.
Office: 128 Third Avenue Bast,
near McBride Street. Telephone 138;
Postofllce Box 607.
DAILY   EDITION.
Published every morning except
Monday. Delivered by carrier in tho
city at the following rate, if paid ln
advance: —
One Year     *-•"'•""
Six  Months     $2.50
Three Months    $1.25
If   not    paid    in   advnee,
per   .Month      $0.50
WEEKLY  EDITION.
Published every Friday for circulation outside the City of Prince
Rupert at $2.00 a year, addressed to
points in Camilla; or $3.00 a yuar to
all points in the United Kingdom
the I'nited States or other foreign
countries.
Advertising   Rates   Upon   Application
Telephone  138.
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Saturday, July 24, 1915.
MONEY BYLAWS.
The City of Prince Rupert is now
putting up a valorous fight for the
fish trade of the coast. If handled
wisely there seems no reason to
doubt that it will become the greatest fishing port on the Pacific. On
July  30th property owners will  vote
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YOUR KING AND COUNTRY
NEED YOU!
Recruits Wanted for 62nd Overseas Battalion
Canadian Expeditionary Force
Recruiting Station at Provincial Government
Office- OPEN NOW
lu view of t"c recruiting wliich is in progress at present
throughout the province, it Is apropos to answer a few of
Un- questions which arc considered by those who contemplate
entering tlie service. The following is a list of the pertinent
queries,  together with the information which each elicits:
QUESTIONS ANSWERED.
1 How long am 1 to serve'.' Until the end of tlie war,
-ind sl.v months alter if required,
2 What pny shall I receive? Your pay ns a private will
bo $1.00 per day and 10c field allowance. Resides this you
will be clothed, equipped and subsisted by the government.
:. What will my wife receive during my absence? Every
month there will be paid her a separation allowance of S-20,
(also part of jour pay), and if this lie not enough to comfortably maintain your family, the Canadian Patriotic Fund will
further assist then).
4 What will happen if I am wounded or sick? You will
be cared for by the government nnd your pay continued until
you are discharged. If you arc permanently disabled an allowance will be paid you, varying according to'the extent oi
your injury or disability.
."> What will be done for my .vile and children if I die
while on Active Service? Tlie government will provide an
adequate pension, that will enable tlie family to live comfortable until the children are old enough to look al'tei
themselves. The widowed mother of a single man ,if the son
be here sole support, is treated in the same way as u wife.
GARDEN   COMPETITION.
The Provincial Department of
Agriculture is offering easl. prizes ln
the following ciasses. Three prizes
to be given in each class.
1.    For House Garden,  where oc-
the support of such a bylaw, whichLslonal employment of labor tak.'S
means  but   a   small   contribution   In place   for   garden   work.     lst,   $t2,
the dire-  Ion of aiding our great in-:2n_   $8    3rd.  $5.
dustry.
2.  House  Garden,  where a
i* little later i: Is proposed to submit a bylaw along a similar line, being one to provide for a cily wharf,
sufTii-lent to accomodate fish buyers,
and whicli will he connected -_.)> with
this roadway also. This Is Prince
Rupert's main industry. Whatever
will Induce fishermen to come here
nnd live should be done.
Choice Groceries—Pair Prices.
Mussallen & Company, Limited,
423 Fifth Avenue offer the best
classes of groceries at fair ]iric.es.
Try an order and be convinced.
Phone  123.
NOTICE.
Tiie Canadian  Patriotic Fund.
Will those who need assistance
from the above fund, resident ln the
city >r dlstrlcl und whose breadwinner is on active service with tbe
forces of the Empire or her Allies,
kindly notify the secretary of the
local organization,
tf VV. fl   COLLISON,
P.O. Box 735.
work
has been done by occupant and
family. Carpentry work may be done
by the owner or hired. 1st. $15,
2nd.  $10, 3rd.  $5.
3. Ordinary lot, without house,
under cultivation. To he judged
mainly from the standpoint of utility.
Area under cultivation to be not less
than one thousand (1,000) square
feet.    1st. $25. 2nd. $15, 3rd. $10.
An entrance fee ot 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 properl-,
or the lines of the garden clearly defined.
Apply  by  letter to
CERTIFICATE OP IMPRO*. E1UENTS
I NOTICE.
on   the  bylaw   to   provide   $4,500   to
construct a plank roadway to connect| $$<H>ttfr""i"fia"«H^^
with  the Cold  Storage plant at Seal
Cove.    No  one  will  doubt  the  wis-
d5m  of  this  move,  as  it   will   bring
that  centre  of  business  into   direct
connection with the business section.
The  city  council  has no  doubt with
regard   t0   selling   these   debentures.
Every property owner should rally to
"Harry" Mineral Claim, situate in
tlle 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. Hum
ble, Free Mifler's Certificate No
9 4.097B., 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,
under section 85 must be commenced
before the issue of such Certificate of
Improvements.
Dated  this 26th day of June 1915.
A. H. TOMLINSON,
Department of Agriculture,
Box  1693. City.
COAL MINES ACT.
(Form of Notice.)
Skeena    Land    District—District
Queen Charlotte Island.
of
Garden owners or lot culti-'ators
are urged to send iu tlieir names and
make  this a  successful  competition.
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TAKE NOTICE tbat I, W. E. Burritt, of Prince Rupert, B. C, occupation Stipendiary Magistrate, intends
to apply for permission to prospeel
for coal and petroleum over the following discrihed lands: On the West
Coast of Graham Island: Commencing at a post planted one mile of the
nortli east corner of Lot 2,435, thence
northerly SO chains, thence easterly
80 chains, tlience southerly SO chains,
thence westerly SO chains, to point
of commencement.
W.  E.  BURRITT,
Name of applicant.
Agent,   Peter  Pianibo.
Dated located May 10, 1915.
Began Saturday, July 17th
A GEMINI: .11 IA CLEARANCE SALE: THAT IS THE REST TERM
WE KNOW TO USE IN DESCRIBING THIS SALE OF HIGH-GRADE
LADIES'   lil.AliV-Til-WKAI. STOCK.
Nothing Held Back
The following will give you   an   idea   of  the   bargains  we  are
offering.
Iniproted  Silk  Petticoats up to $16.00,  this  sale       $4,25
A whole rack of serges and woolen dresses up to $25, this sale S.*i.7.">
Dozens of this season's Royal Society packages 20% oil'
A dozen si'k dresses up to $35, this sale       $10.00   2
La Ca mil le Corsets      20%   off   5
Silk brocaded La Diva Corset at     HALE PRICE
Regular 50c and 75c fancy ribbon   at       _..*>r
Wonderful   bargains  In   summer   underwear,   hosiery,   veiling,
neckwear, hair nets, brnsslers, and dozens of small wares.
C-t><i_W_-iKH-_-aKH-«
GRANITE
ilRANITE of best quality and thoroughly tested for sale
Cut Stone or Crushed Bosk in
Quantities
NEIL 3. McLEOD   Phone Green 217
MINERAL ACT
(Form P.)
Certificate of Improvements.
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. 94366B, acting for myself and as Agent for Wm, Plgott,
F, JI. ('. No. 94365B. W. D. Noble, F.
JI. C. .No. 94083B, and D. J. Rainey,
F. JI. C.No. 93864B. Free Jliner's
Certificate, intend, sixty days from
the date hereof, lo apply to the Jlin-
ing Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of
obtaining a Crown Grant of the above
claim. And further take notice that
action, under section 37, must be
commenced before the issue of such
Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 15th day of June, 1918,
j5-s5.
MINERAL ACT
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE
BONANZA, NORTH STAR, EMMA,
EMERALD, PRINCESS LOUISE,
BONANZA FRACTION, ST. DENIS,
LONG SHOT,' EMMA FRACTION,
AMUR FRACTION, BRENAII FRACTION and VADOS FRACTION Mineral Claims. Situate In the Skeena
.Mining Division of Cassiar Distriet.
Where located: On Bonanza Creek,
Granby Bay, Observatory Inlet B. C.
TAKE NOTICE that I, J. Fred
Ritchie, Free Jliner's Certificate No.
90071 B., acting as Agent for the
Granby Consolidated .Mining Smelting & Power Company Limited, Free
Jliner's Certificate a\*o. 90S 10 B., intend, sixty days from the date hereof,
to apply to the Jlining Recorder for
Certificates of Improvements, for the
purpose of obtaining Crown Grants
to the above claims. And further
take notice that action, under Section
37, must be commenced before the
issue of such Certificates of Improvements.
J. FRED RITCHIE,    ■
Agent.
]3-s3.
Dated this 2nd day of July, 1915.
HE  HIGH   COST OF    LIVING  RE-
DUCED BY BUYING VOUR
Rest  Quality   Domestic   Lump   Coal
$8..->0 Per Ton
Hest Quality  Washed   Nut ("oul
$8.75 Per Ton
DELIVERED
—THE—
Union  Transfer  Co.
Prince Rupert, B.C., Phone 30
FREDERICK PETERS,  K.C.
Barrister, Solicitor and Notary PublL
Offlce ln
EXCHANGE  BLOCK
DRS. CILROY & BROWN, DENTISTS
Crown and  Bridge  Work  a
Specialty
Offlce:  Smith   Block,   Third   Avenue
Plione 45..
J. H. HILDITCH
Contractor and Builder
Estimates given on all classes ol
work, whether small or large. Per.
-onul attention given to every item.
PHONE GREEN  321
A. FAULDS, M.I. M.E.
Consultirag Mining Engineer
Examinations  and    development    ol
Coal, Metal, Oil. Etc.
709- Dunsmuir St.      Vancouvei, B.C.
P.O. Box 1714 Telephone 448
RITCHIE,   AGNEW   &  CO.
Civil Engineers and Surveyors
Prince Rnpert, B.C.
Waterworks, Water Power, Wharl
Construction, Reports, Plans, Doinin-
on and Provincial Land Surveying,
aDIectrlo Blue Printing, Negatives .and
White Prints
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0 Reserved   Fund 9 12,500,000
ij| Total   Assets     $185,000,000
Savings Bank Department—$1 will open an account
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g    H.  P.  WILSON,  Manager - ■ Prince    Rupert    Brunch
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O-CEDAR     MOPS,  O-CEDAR MOP  POLISH
ALABASTINE    SANITARY  WALL  COATING
WATER HOSE, GARDEN TOOLS,  WATERING  CANS
MARTIN-SENOUR   100  PER  C:..<JT. PURE PAINT
j    PAINT  BRUSHES,  LAWN  MOWERS AND GRASS SHEARS
CARPET    BEATERS,  GARBAGE  PA-LS
I WINDOW   SCREENS, SCREEN  100RS
I —AT THE—
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AND A COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDERS1 SUPPLIES
WESTHOLME LUMBER CO., LTD.
First Avenue       Prince Rupert       Telephone 186
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Coal, Furniture Moving, Baggage
and Heavy Teaming
W. J. CRAWFORD, Manager
PHONE 566
Office aud  Residence:
1000 THIRD AVE.
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SHINGLES, MOULDINGS, SASH, DOORS
Prince Rupert Lumber Co.
FIRST AVE. ANI) McBRlDE ST. PRINCE RUPERT
Phone 25 Branch Yard at Smithers, B.C.
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JAMES GILMORE
ARCHITECT
Second Ave. Near McBrlde St.
New Wellington
Coal
The Favorite Household Conl
Cleanest, Brightest nnd Best
Rogers & Albert
Second Avenue
Phone 116
Phone Blue  183 Res.  Phone I 9?
UP-TO-DATE
LINDSAY'S CARTAGE ft STORAOL
Q. T.  P.  CARTA-E  AGENTS
126   FOURTH   STREET
JINGLE POT COAL ,
Is handled by us. All orders receive
prompt attention. Phone No. 68
The Queen Charlotte
Oil Fields Limited
Office will open today in  Law-Butler
Building lor salt- ol a limited
amount  ol   Treasury  Stock
GEO.  F.    MACDONALD,    Sec.-Tieus.
Engines   Installed   and   General
Repairs
Oxy-Acetyiene   Plant   in   Connection
Phone Red 156 Third Avenue
A. E. WRIGHT
Provincial  and   Dominion  Land  Surveyor—Surveying   and   Engineering.
Fourth Street.
Plione Ho. p. o. Box  10.
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HAYNER BROS
Pioneer Funeral  Directors and
Emlmlmci-.     Open    Day    and
Night.    Ladies'    Assistant    in
Attendance.
PHONE 86.    710 THIRD AVE.
. J. McGee
M.M.S.A.
Masters and Mates prepared
tor examination. Compass adjuster.
Plione Red 502
"NAUTICAL   ACADEMY"
Helgerson Block, opposite
Royal Hotel
B. C. Undertakers
Funeral     Directors   nnd    Em- ;
liuliiiers — Satisfaction   Guaranteed ■— Open Day and Night
117 Sm-diiiI Street      Phone 41 ;
Bruce Morton     -     -    Mummer
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PRINCE   RUPERT    JOURNAL
Saturday, July 24, 191E
usmess
Slow?
It probably serves you right
You are not letting the public know what you have
Advertise!
Advertise!
Advertise!
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T.iat is the Solution
That manufacturers should increase their advertising appropriations during u period of business depression and curtail during the years
of prosperity, was tlie opinion advanced by Roger Babson, the financial and business statistician, ut a
meeting of the Technical Publicity
Association, held in New York.
"Directors of your company regard
advertising as a luxury to be cut
down when business is poor," said
Mr. Babson. "They give you orders
what to do rather than you giving
them orders.
"If you solved this advertising
problem in a scientific way you
would tell them what to do, the same
as their lawyers and tlieir bunkers
tell them.
"In a year of prosperity they are
willing lo give you a big advertising
appropriation, ami when the reaction
comes they cut down to almost nothing. Take the big appropriation in
the fat years and salt it away for use
in the lean years.
"If you all did this the business of
tne country would move along more
evenly; the business boom would be
less, nnd tlie reaction,- tlie nrcu of
business depression", smaller."
Follow the Advice of
Experts
The Journal
Is ,the Best Medium for Advertising
In the City
News of Prince
CAMOSUN BACK
ON THIS ROUTE
■'..MILIAR   STEA.MER   OK   DAItL.
DAI'S CALLED YESTERDAY
AGAIN
Quite    A    Number   or    Passengers
('ami- Making Round
Trip.
.';".'
The Union Steamship Company's
steamer Camosun whicli was so popular on this run in tlie early days of
the city, arrived from the south yesterday. She has come on an initial
trip, whicli is to be followed hy fortnightly calls at the Queen Charlotte
Island points and other ports served
from here.
Quite a number of round-trip passengers came in on her, taking advantage of a $40 round-trip ticket for
the eleven days voyage. She stayed
only a short time, leaving for Anyox
and Stewart and will return this evening, when she will leave for the
Queen Charlottes.
Among those who are making the
round-trip by the Camosun ane Mr.
Beasley the General Manager of the
company. Hie inspector of Railway
Mail Services Mr. McLeod, of Vancouver, who is accompanied by his
daughter and Robert Drumniond, also
of   the   postofllce   inspection   service.
Others  aboard   were  O.   Seymour,
SCHOONER kodiak    Travellers' Guide to Steamer Sailings
BROUGHT FISH 	
a good catch landi., visii k.   Regular Vessels plying out of Prince Rupert
DAV  FROM SEATTLE T      /■ a  I.   •    j.
VESSEL To toast Points
Lincoln    From    l.eti -bikini    Hud    A
Smaller Cargo For
- -   -        Here,
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The schooner Kodiak, of Seattle,
reached port yesterday with 20,000
pounds of lish on board. This wan th.
first  trip of the  vessel   to  this  port.
A smaller bout from Ketchikan, lie
Lincoln arrived wiih about 7,0011
pounds. This fish was all taken by
the C-Id Storage Company.
The 90,000 pounds trom the Geo.
E, Foster came in dining tlie night
also, as announced yesterday morning,
NOTICE
Skeena    Land    District—District    of
Cassiar.
TAKE NOTICE that I. Richard B.
McGiiinis, of Alice Arm, B. C, occupation Mining Engineer, intends to
apply for permission to lease the following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted at High Water
Mark on the Nortli bank of Alice Arm
and about three-quarters ( ,4 ) of a
'nile in a northerly direction from the
orth easi corner of Lot OS, Cassiar
bistrict, then west 10 Chains; llience
north lu chains; thence east 10
chains, more or less, to Low Water
.Mark; tlience south, following Low
Water Mark 10 chains, more or less,
to point, of commencement, and containing  111  acres,  more  or  less.
RICHARD   B.   McGINNIS.
Dated July 20th, 1915. j 22,
representing the Canadian Rubber
Company; Frank Parsons and wife, of
Wood Vallance & Company; Henry
Darling, Chas. Howard, of Ross fi
Howard; E. Dafoe, Mr. Pritcliart, and
Dr. Bell-Irving, his wife and daughter.
The officers in charge of the ship
are: Captain A. E. Dickson, Capt. .1.
E. Nolc, first officer; Mr. .7. Findlay,
second officer; AI. N. G. Pattison,
purser; Mr. .7. Barnsley, freight clerk
and wireless operator; Mr. B. Al-
chin, steward; Mr. A. Beattie, chief
engineer; Mr. .7. Edgar, second engineer; Mr. .7. Maitland, third engineer.
Made   l'p   Time.
Tiie G. T. P. steamer Prince
George, it is believed, made up the
time lost at Anyox and here last trip,
in loading and getting discharged the
copper shipment. She left here, il
will lie remembered, at 1:20 p.nj,
instead of at in a.m. on Tuesday.
According to word brought hy the
other vessels meeting her, she was in
u fair way to reach Vancouver on
time, in spite of ihe delay in getting
away.
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Full  Moon  In.
The trim launch Full Moon, operating from Surf Inlet was in porl yesterday for supplies, etc.      i
In addition to Intermittent anil irregular sailings of vessels to and
from Prince Rupert, there is an excellent service in and out »' this pott
by the steamers running in their different service-.
MONDAY
To Arrive:—G. T. P. steamer from \*ancotr,'er,   Victoria  and   Seattle  at
6:30 a.m.
C. P. R. steamer from Va'ncnner in forenoon.
Union steamer Venture in  formoon.
To Depart:—G. T. P. steamer fur Anyox at 10 a.m.
C. P. R. steamer for Skagway at noon.
Union steamer Venture  for  An-ox and northern B. C. points.
TUESDAY "
To Arrive:—G. T, P. steamer from Anyox at 3 a.m.
Union steamer Venture from Anyox and  way ports at S p.m.
To Depart:—G. T. P. steamer for Vancouver,   Victoria   and   Seat'le.  at
10 a.m.
Union steamer Venture for Vancouver at 9 p.m.
_-.URSl.AY
To Arrive:—G. T.  P. steamer from Vancouver,   Victoria  and   Seattle at
6:30 a.m.
To Depart:—G. T. p. steamer for Vancouver,   Victoria   and   Seattle
10   a.m.
FRIDAY
To Arrive:—C. P. R. steamer from Vancouver in  afternoon.
To Depart:—C.  P. R. steamer for Anyox and othei  points in evenln"
SATURDAY
To Arrive:—G. T. P. steamer from Vancouver,  Victoria  aad   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.T...
C.  P. XI. steamer for Vancouve   at 6 p.in.
SUNDAY
To Depart:—C. P. R. steanur for Vancouver at 6 p m,
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 meal, 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 close connections 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    S:2u    p.m.
Thursday. *■-
No. 1.—From the east arrives at 6:15  p.m., having   eft Winnipeg 6  p.m.
Friday.
WEDNESDAY
No,  1.—From the east arrive at 6:lii p.m.,  having left Winnipeg at  6
li.in.  Sunday.
THURSDAY
No. 2.—Eastbound leaves at 10:30 a.m., reaching Winnipeg at 2:2"  p.m.
Sunday.
FRIDAY
No. 1.—From the east arrives nt 8:15   p.m.,  inning  left   Winnipeg   nt   0
p.m. Tuesday. .
SATURDAY
No. 2.—Bast-bound leaves al 10:30 a.m., reaching   Winnipeg at. 2-25 p.m.
Tuesday.
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FOR HIRE OR FOR
CHARTER
Summer Excursions
To The'East
•ROM  PRINCE  RUPERT TO
<-!««*<•
Winnipeg and return . Slill.llll
St. Paul and return . . $00.00
Chicago and return . . . $72.50
Montreal and return     . $105.00
New York and return S110.70
Toronto nml return ■ . . $li-.00
Hamilton nml return . . $02.00
Boston nml return . . .  $110.(Hi
Correspondingly   low   rates   to    oilier    points.    Trains    leave
Prince Rupert at 10:30 a.m. on Mondays, Thursdays ami Saturdays!
making close connections at.  Winnipeg for all Eastern centres.
G T. P. Steamers
Prince Rupert and Prince George
sail at 10 a.m. on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, for Vancouver, Victoria and Seattle. Through tickets to San Francisco, San
Diego  and  otlier  southern   points on sale at ti. T. P. ticket office.
For   full   information,   reservations and through  tickets, apply
G.    T.    P.    TICKET    OFFICE, THIRD AVENUE, PHONE 200
AGENCY  ALL  ATLANTIC   STEAMSHIP   LINES
I Canadian Pacific Railway
Lowest rates to all Eastern points  via steamer  to  Vancouver  and
Canadian Pacific Railway,
steals and  llcrth Included   on   steamer.
PRINCESS    ALICE SOI Tllltol Ml,
ti p.lit. Saturday.
PRINCESS    MAQUINNA,   SOUTHROl'NI),
ti p.m. Sunday.
.1. c. .McNAIi, General Agent, corner  Third   Ave.   and   Fourth   Si.
ll_".C_ffiS-rr..-.:'W_^^
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Oil Burner, carrying qualified  Master and Engineer.    General Towing, Sand.anil Gravel supplied;   also   Scows.     Steam   up   on   short
notice.
For   rates   etc.,   apply   lo   Master on Board, al Davis limit House,
__    Cow liny.    Phone Green 250.
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OUR   COAL LASTS   LONGER—ITS THE BEST.
Phone 15—Prince Rupert Coal Company
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THE UNION STEAMSHIP CO, CF B.C. LTD"
S.s.  VENTURE—Sails   for  GRANBY,    NAAS,     PORT    SIMPSON;
.Mondays   I I   a.m.
S.S.   VENTURE—Sails  for   VANCOUVER,   SEATTLE,    VICTORIA;
Tuesday s p.m.
S.S. CAMOSUN—Sails fin   POUT  SIMPSON,  GRANBY,  STEWART;
Friday 7 a.in. .Inly 23rd, Augusl  6th, 20th,
S.S.  CAM08UN—Sails  for   MASSETT, Saturday midnight, .Inly 24;
Augusl 7th, -1st.
S.S.   CAMOSUN—Sails   for   REFUGE HAY. SKIDEGATE, .IEDWAY,
1KEI1A,  Monday  7  p.m.  .Inly -6th; August 6, 23,
S.S. CAMOSUN—Sails for SURF     INLET,     NA.MU,     VANCOUVER,
Wednesday  S p.in. July 28th; August  11th,  2nth
JOHN BARNSLEY, AGENT, 031 s ml Avenui—Plume B«8,
tt*W«>_-l-_^-O01-_^-_H-_-CH^ Saturday, July 24, 1915.
PRINCE    RUPERT    JOURNAL
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THE IMPERIAL WATER HEATER COIL
Patented In Canada.
FOR STOVES, RANGES AND FURNACES
Is made to meet the demands  for  Instantaneous Hot  Water,  for
baths, etc., without extra use of fuel.
Tli IN USE IN   PRINCE  RUPERT
WARNING
Pin chasers of any infringements on
this coil lay themselves liable to
prosecution, equally with tlie parlies
making and  installing same.
Absolutely guaranteed to give satisfaction.
Prices for coil including   connections   920
COIL ONLY S1.">,   LESS  CONNECTING
HARRY HANSON'
Plume  ISH
P.   0.   Box  1505
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Mr, Kipp, cannery manager from the
Skeena was in the city yesterday. He
reports that while the catch of flsh
on the river has been quite as large
as last year, the sockeye pack is not
as great now as at this time last
year. He has hopes that It may improve before the close of lhe season.
-DURESS
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NOT1CE    OF   CANCELLATION
RESERVE.
Or
N0T1CE IS HEREBY GIVEN  that
tlie  Reserve  existing   ou   Detention
Island by reason of a Notice published in tbe British Columbia Gazette on
he 30tb of May   1912. is hereby caD
elled
R.  A.  RENWICK.
Deputy Minister of Lands
lepartinent of Lands,
Victoria, B.C.,
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RUPERT MARINE IRONWORKS AND
SUPPLY CO, LIMIT? D
WATERFRONT,    PRINCE    III PERT
ENGINEERS,     MACHINISTS   AND  MACHINE!*-   CONTRACTORS
Specialists in Mni-lne Power Pliuil-   oil, Steam, or Gasoline.
li. '.'. Cousi Agonise I'm lhe British L_ronilin.il Semi-Diesel oil En-
_ih,—the iiui-i reliable and ecoiiomlcul, and ibe cheapest
power for iisbing  bonis, nig*, and imssciiRcr vessels.
Standard Gas Engine t oinpiuiy's Engines and Parts irf'stink.
VV, .1. Vaughan, Vancouver; R. C.
Price, Granby Hay; I.. II. Badgers,
Juneau; .Miss M. Herridge, San
Diego; Miss Maud Laidman, Moose
Jaw; Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth Lord,
New York; Mrs. Jackson and children, .McLeod Alta.; Miss Foster, McLeod, Alta.; Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Kipp,
Port Essington; Miss F. Noble, Port
Essington; J. Young, Vancouver; G.
Leitwaite, Vancouver; C. H. Gilbert,
Stanford University; Roy Lelghton,
Boston; H. McMaster, Toronlo; Geo.
B. Gerleaux and wife, Toronto; A.
Kilpatrick, Winnipeg; Miss McCarthy, Toronto; D. L. McCarthy, Toronto; L. D. Fortun, Winnipeg; Geo.
Kemleord, Regina; G. W. Patterson,
Long Beach; F. B. White, Boston;
Miss Connor Buchan, Allace, Scotland; Celia Hunter, Edmonton; Mrs.
Percy Hill, Edmonton; Mrs. Laura
White Stammler, Brooklyn N. Y.;
William Stammler, Brooklyn, N. Y.;
George Carpenter, Toronto; H. R.
Metcalf, Hamilton, Out.; A. W.
Hamilton and wife, Walnwright; L.
R. Leonard, Cincinnati, Ohio; J. F.
Thompson, Vancouver; C. Ti. French,
Victoria;   S.  II.  Murphy,  Smithers.
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HUDSON'S HAY OF'-'KTAL
(Continued  fron:   i age   One.)
of the Peace and the Findlay Rivers,
on tlie way out he came by Princ,
George, where lie took the train for
here.
The ad veil I of the train to this
northern part of the province has
simplified the work of the inspection
considerably, doing away with many
of tlie tiresome river voyages which
were necessary before the railway line
was constructed.
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AN EXCHANGE
(Continued  -.tctoi rage Onei
purpose of determining conditions
there. Three Danish officials will inspect the German camps and three
others will  go  to  Russia."
PHONE 554 P.O. BOX 60
FOR
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APERHANGING
AIMING
OLISHING AND
WALL TINTING
HIGH-GRADE    INTERIOR
MECORAOTNG    A    SPECIALTY
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Steel,  Iron, Oils. Wire liope, Buliila   Beltln,  II.  C.      Wood    Pulleys,
Columbian Bronze Propellers, Storage Batteries, Dynamos and
Marine Accessories.
pairs—First-class equipment   and s'lifi i»r machine arid ship repairs.
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arising from tlie war. He had served
the Empire during the South African
campaign, doing what he then
thought was his duty. Militarism
would never be put a stop to unless
the laboring class endeavored and got
control of the governing bodies of the
different countries, and further that
all manufacturers of munitions and
armaments should be government.
controlled, thus eliminating those investors who profited by having the
different nations plunged into war.
Mr. Trotter spoke for upwards of
two hours and was listened to with
tho deepest attention.
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ANNUAL  FLOWER  SHOW
(Continued  from irage  One.)
last year.
Membership in the Society is $1.00
per year, and may be paid fo the
secretary, Mr. Howitt.
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The Morning Journal 50 cents
per month.
Skeena    Land   District—District   of
Coast Range 5.
TAKE NOTICE that. I Petei Mc-
Lachlau, 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, tlience northerly, westerly,
southerly,"and easterly, following thc
contour of said Island to the place
of commencement .containing one (1)
acre more or less,.
PETER  McLA CHLAN.
Agent, George I" .MacDonald.
THE PRINCE  RUPERT  FAIR   1915
SPACE RENTLAS
The Directors will be glad 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 best stand in the
building, and Is admirably suited for
commercial display.
Otlier 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
Trade Marks
Designs
COPYRIGHTS a...
Anyono Rending rt ukt-trh and d. mrrtjitlon mny
tnilcklf R8<-6r_tiln . nr opinion froo will-llmr an
lll*_nt.lnn Idrronntily puleiilahle. Communion.
tlon-ntrlctlyi*onilin-iiilnl. HANDBOOK cnl'iito-t-
Bont froo. Ol.loflt iiL-oiioy for _«curli!tf pat-tun.
Patents taken tlm>ti_1_ Muiiii __ Co. __t*_tv-
rpeeltU notice^ without _!mn:o, la tha
Scientific ftnetlcati
Ahnndromoly UlUfltrstod wunkly.   LnrRBBt cir-
gilnimii of any i*cleiui!ifi Journal.    Term., for
_niat-i-,f;t.7ri u year, pi .staff u propa..-!,    S-iid bv
all n.'v.'-.!i;,ii,-ri.
MUNN&Co.36"'™^'New York
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IN    THE     SUPREME     COURT    OF
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
Between
MICHAEL   SEEBURG,   Plaintiff
and
W.  J.  KENNATJGH,  Defendant.
PURSUANT to an Order of His
Honor, Judge F. McB. Young, dated
the 4th day of June, 11115, I will offer
for sale by public auction at my offlce
in the Court. House, Prince Rupert,
II.C, on MONDAY, THE 20TH DAY
OF DECEMBER, 1915, at Ihe hour "f
ELEVEN O'CLOCK In the forenoon,
the following described lands:—■
Lot Fourteen (14), Block Twenty-
one (21), Section Six (C), in the City
of Prince Rupert, Province of British
Columbia, subject to a Judgement for
thu 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 aSHIRLEl.
Sheriff of tlie County  of Atlin.
Prince Rupert Journal
SOc. per Month
■i""_<H3-i"HW""l"_"B"^^
I WANT ADS. J
40440000000000000000000004
FARM LAND FOR SALE
Half section (320 acres) of the
best laud in Lakelse Valley, close to
Government Road. Will sell n-hole
or a part at $20 an acre. For particulars, address Box 202, Prince Rupert. 1  w j 32.
LOST.
A gold watch ou Sixth Avenue near
Seal Cove Circle or between there
and the Cold Storage.    Finder phone
tf.
WANTED
Piano in good order to rent. Owners of pianos apply to Box A Journal
office.
For Sale.
A phonograph in good order. Phone
427. tf.
TO RENT.
Furnished  rooms  over  our office.
Very low rental.
3-t Westenhaver Bros.
Room and  Board.
Near  corner  Fourth   Avenue  and
.McBride.     Phone   427. tf.
COAL MINES ACT.
(Form of .Notice.)
Skeena    Land    District—District    of
Queen Charlotte Island.
TAKE    NOTI'E    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 cast corner of Lot 2,435, tlience
easterly    SO    cliains,    southerly    80
westerly    SO    cliains,    northerly    SO
chains to point of commencement.
PETER  PIAMBO,
Name of applicant.
Dated located May 10, 1915.
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,  (Roberls Bank).
White Rocks, (Browning Entrance).
Vancouver Rock, (Mi 11 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 riglits of the Dominion in Manitoba. Saskatchewan and
Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the
Northwest Territories and a portion
of the Province of Britisii Columbia,
may be leased for a term of twenty-one years at an annua] rental of
$1 per aero. Not more than 2,560
acres will be leased to one applicant.
Applications '.:■ a lease must be
made hy the applicant in person to
th.- Agent or Sub Agent of lhe district in whicli llie rights ..ppiicd for
are situated.
In surveyed territory the land
must l.e described by sections, or
legal subdivisions of sections, anil
In nnsur eyed territory Hie tract applied for shall he staked out hy the
applicant himself.
Each application must be accompanied by a fee of :,.5, whicli 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
iiuantity of merchantable coal mined
and pay the royalty thereon. If the
coal mining righls re not being operated, such returns shou'd '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 riglits 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 t.o Secretary of
the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent
of Dominion Lands.
W.  XV.  CORY,
Deputy Minister of the Interior
HOTEL DIRECTORY
Members of tlie Prince Rupert
Licensed Vintners' Association
WINDSOR HOTEL
Cor.   of First   Ave. and   Eighth St.
AV. H. WRIGHT, Prop.
HOTEL CENTRaAL
First Ave. and Sevent.Ii  St.
European  ani  American  Plans
$1.00 to ?2.50 Per Day
Peter Black, Prop.
KNOX HOTEL
First    Are.    Between    Eighth    and
Ninth
European Plan;   Rates i.0c to $1.00
Per Day
Besner & Besner, Props.
EMPRESS HOTEL
J. Y. Rochester V. D. Casley
Tliird A.e. Between Sixth and
Seventh Sts.
European Plan;  50c to $1  Per Day
' ROVAL HOTEL
Corley & Burgess, Props.
Third Ave. and Sixtli St.
European Plan Steam Heated
BEAVER     WHOLESALE     LIQUOR
CO., LIMITED
Second Ave. and Sixtli St.
Phone 102
PRINCE RUPERT IMPORTING CO.,
LIMITED
Fraser and Sixth Sts
Phone 7
Phone  93. p.D.  Box  38.
Pacific Cartage Limited
General   Teiuii.ng
Furniture  Moving  a  Specialty.
When you buy COAL buy the BEST
— Ladysmlth  Lump  or  Comox
Washed  Nut.
Ci*"l"HKK!.'HKHW^
THE MOST COMFORTABLE
TOURING CAR
IN THE CITY
Answers all calls day and night
Phone 99
Stand:    Hotel    Prince    Ruperl
*"&*"<W#*iH-*}*.^^
Free
GUAKAaVTEEB
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 no
seams to rip. They never become loose and baggy as the
shape Is knit ln, not nrcssed in.
Tbey are GUARANTEED for
fineness, for etyl_, for superiority of material and workmanship, absolutely stalnl .,asd to
wear six months- without holes
or replaced by new pairs free.
Our Free Offer
To every one dendimg us 50c
to cover shipping charges, we
will send, subject to duty, absolutely  free:
Three pairs of our famous
men's A }.'. E P. i C A N SILK
HOSE with written guarantee,
any color, or
Three pairs ef our Ladies'
Hose, In Black, Tan or White
colors, with written guarantee.
DON'T     DELAY—-Offer    expires  wlien  dealer  in  your   locality  Is   selected.    Uivo   color
and  size  deBlred.
The  International    Hosiery  Co.
21  Blttner Street
Dayton, Ohio - U.S.A.
000 _H5-i1H--l-*_-H_-HKl<«l *H-^KHKHKHjg
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 in 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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