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The Journal
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a year
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Job
Printing
VOL. v.
PRINCE   RUPERT,   B.   C„  SUNDAY,   MARCH  28,  191."..
Price   5   Cents.
NO.   118.
THE RUSSIAN VICTORY WAS COM
MANSON GIVEN SPLENDID RECEPTION AT TE
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ILL GOT
William Manson Got
Splendid Reception At
Meeting At Terrace
Terrace, .March 21.—William
Manson was given a splendid reception here tonight at a crowded meeling. L. H. Kenney, for the Liberals, was given an 'opportunity to
speak. A series of questions were
put which he found impossible to
answer and he finally withdrew. The
Liberal platform was produced by
Kenney, and it was shown by William Manson that the Liberals were
inconsistent regarding planks. He
mentioned ihe public ownership
plank, which the Liberal party machine     violated    in    Prince    Ruperl.
William Manson is assured of a
splendid vote here. Representatives
from Lakelse and the whole surrounding country turned (yut to give
him welcome. Ile met all the local
issues squarely.
ONTARIO TO  HAVE
"DOCTOR"  PI'.OUl'
Government  Intends to Hold Investigation into Various Kinds of
"Doctors."
The private bills committee of the
Ontario Legislature refused to allow
the chiropractors of Ontario permission to establish a college of chiropractic.
Chairman Lucas said that the government intended to appoint a commission to investigate the various
kinds of "doctors" in the province
and report on the same to Ihe
House. When this would be done he
would not say.
Drapery OixHii, rui-taius, PuUjs
CatputH and Hug*—S5 per M«t. dia-
ctiinit nt George D. Tite's.
CONSTANTINOPLE
AS A WORLB KEY
BRITAIN MAY   WELL LET RUSSIA
IIAVi;   THE  TURKISH
CAPITAL.
Modern  Science  Has   Changed  Many
of    the     Political
Situations.
GRANBY SMELRR YIELDS
That tlie traditional British fear
of Russian aggression, including the
dislike of anything approaching Rust
sian occupation of Constantinople,
is a myth created by Napoleon by
shrewd stirring up of lhe "Russian
scare" for purposes of his own is
the gist of an article by .1. Ellis
Barker in tbe .current issue of the
Nineteenth Century And After. Mr.
Barker produces a mass of historical and documentary evidence to
prove his contention, which is particularly of interest as the allies advance in the Dardanelles.
In the first place,  Mr. Barker disposes of Napoleon's   famous   Baying
that  "Constantinople  is  the  key    to
world    mastery
readers   that   Bismarck   laughed    at
SINGLE TAX AN!      \RUs*ian   Victory At
its advantages:       d » >r
rrzemysl— Captured
MRS.    PELS   LECTURED  ON    SI 11-
JEOT   BEFORE   MONTREAL
AUDIENCE.
She Contends Thai  It   Would   Cover
Most of t»e ills of the
I lay.
"Tiie masters of today oppose the
liberation of the people, just us ihe
slave owners opposed the freedom
of tbe -negroes. The ownership ot
slaves was debasing in morals. Tbe
ownership  of    much    wealth   makes
Army Of 125,000
Petrograd,  March   2'
An  iilliciali
he  German   press    asserts    ihat
report   says:   "To    the    west    of  the Li..  .,..,„,.,,.    n ,
j the garrison in  Przeniysl did not  ex-
middle Xiemen, on  the   right   bank
of  the Narew, and  on  the left  hank
ceed
no   esse :..
men crass and is debasing. The worst  to the village of Zboro. li   the direc-
miser in the world is the big   land
  men, and that the supplies would 'nine lasted a long lime
if the garrison had not been compelled to share iti- scanty rations
wiih the enormous number of Hussion prisoners taken during sorties,
and that Hie fall of the fortri ss is of
no military value. Germans also as-
serl  that  the Russians destroyed 300
lion of Baligrod we carried   a torti- villages in Galicia and razed  250 to
lied  height.   East   oi   Uavoljetz   we!the ground.
successfully      repelled        importantj     -An  BUch  nssertIons  ,,,   .„„  ,■„,..
forces   of   the   enemy.      During   the  lnans  a„.  ,„.,„, ,,oug   lnventlons.
of the Vistula there
change.
'The situation  in    h ■ Carpathians
is such that   we made   eons	
progress In the direction of  Darfeld.
The .Austrians in falling hack set fire
We
course of the day we made prisoners
of   about    2,500    Austrians,    besides
owner. He owns the very life of the
people." So declared Mrs. Joseph
Fels, in her "single tax" argument
before the Montreal  Reform Club.
"I became interested in the single
tax theories at the same time that
the idea took root in the mind of
my late husband,"  commenced  Mrs.
Pels   "1  accompanied  him   all   overj"' ' :;:"   ereal  Importance was attached
lhe  world   on  his mission of   propa-      "'" Eastern Galicia  we drove back to    the    fortress   by    lhe   enemy    is
.  i gating   and    establishing    his   com- a battalion which croi   ed      ■   Un i        own   by   tin    innuemerable   sacri-
I missions in different countries. Now ter near Jojava, inflicting heavy loss    lices made to relieve it.   No   towns
captured  army of  125,000. The Russians  whom  we  liberated    at   Przem-
forty   oliicers,    and    captured    seven;,.,,   „.,„„„.,.   t350)   ,,„„„,.    W01111„,.(1-
machine guns.
The Nearby Mines And Reduction
Works Are Dividend Producers
Says The Vice President Of The
Controlling Corporation At Anyox
W.  II.  Robinson, vice-president m and  slates    that experts   who   have
the    Granby    Consolidated     .Mining,:seen the Hidden Creek plant, as it is
Smelting    &     Power   Company,    of known al  Anyox,   consider   it   com-
Granby,   Que.,   who   was  is  tbe    city plete in every detail.
yesterday, lias just  received a splen-j    T]le    Granby    Company   now    in-
did sef of photographic views of the eludes a  relatively small number of
company's  new  smelting and   power Canadian   shareholders,    tbe    shares
*i
plant   at."   Anyox,    British    Columbia, I having  very   largely   passed   into  tbe
says the  Montreal  Star.   Continuing, hands  of   American  interests.   When
tin' Star says: the late Mr.   Miner, ..f Granby, Que.
II   is  the  claim    of     he   company.was :i prominenl factor in its affairs,
thai   iliis  planl    is  .he   most   ii]  to- there were  .-    nerous Can  dlan hold
dale niul complete cf Us kind in ex-  ers,  but   tl        :.  il  oul   fo
istence and can markel copper al the part.  Mr;   Robinson la tire mil.'   t
lowesl   price  possible  ai  the  present Indian now on the board,   and b.
time. ■'■ ;-    ci "    '   men
Mr.   r  son  states   thai    coppi rj - '   |    '
.-iii. ii,- laid down in New   Yoi-i   from ri :
this  plant   lor  '■':■!   cents per   pound]    The   Hidden   Creek  reduction
and i hai   in  i Ime thoj  hope to ei >-.i  mi. iver.   •     plel   I   I
boal   ili:.i   price.    Willi    ihe    market  j   n I    iv. re      ell   niul."   o]
price  in'  copper    anywhere    , ■.•  before  the  sad ol the year.    \
'
fourtei ii and fifteen cents per pound   . lew   of  th -      irt   of   th.
ii  can  be s en  that   the company  Islplanl  will be     iblisli   ' - irday,
iu a positl av, ke a good   .   - III showing  tl       reduction '    po
this idea, pointing out that tbe Turk
was not master of the world. Also,!
he points out that the Puez Canal
and lhe Bagdad railway both are on
the route to India regardless of the
Dardanelles and Constantinople.!
Egypl is the key to the situation,
and not Constantinople,. says this
writer, who endeavors to show that;
Napoleon was aiming at Egypt while
throwing up dust, so to speak, re-
gardlng the Turkish capital.
thai   he  is  dead   I   feel  ihat   1   must
carry his work on.
"You are well aware that   it was
es on ihe enemy
estr.
.■.I or raized.
<P r&
at present  markt I   pi Ices.
Mr.  Robinson  is very   enthusiastic
about   the   future    of    the    pi
plants.
The  mine whl      tl
(Conl im od on Page Pour.)
The bubble of Russian thirst for
world power is punctured also. Russia is shown to be a peaceful nation, whose primary interest for a
century at least must bo internal
reforms. The lack of education
amongst  the  people  is  such   that    a
popular force could hardly be raised
i
io support world conquest by Russia
while the support of the Government
is not such as to promise success for
unusual  Russian  ambitions   towards
aggression,
i'i ■    military    establishment    i .'-l
ngth  of  Russia  are both   gem
-lly over-estimated,
Japanes.   \ nd    to ra
it, ol   ili-   present  war, :-■ ow.
;'-" to tl
i of tl tor .
t Russia'     - i    ' i
: Inople  would   Incren      I   r
her mini at
innoi       '       :'■
by  land  mil i don
mania  and   Bulgaria,  oi
■ ■ ■ .   noi t li  of  Asia
Into h Cm
i n rule     ivi
ached  froi c.
•vould I"   [on sd ti     eep i
Isou there, a . - ■ i L .        -
i   homeland  in  the evi ,
the  fact  that,  mosl   of  the  bind  was
in the hands   of a  :'.■■■   people, whil
|the greal   masses  went   hungry,  thatI
caused  the  French  revolution.   Why
should  anyone have any  in.ire right
to  corner  the earth   than   to  corner!'-;-'
the air? My husband believed, and  I;
believe, that there should be no private ownership of lands. Ile was convinced that there should be no more
private 'ownership of land than there
should  Im   nf air or water, consider-!
ing these things were   indispensable I
to mankind.
Poverty Can Be Abolished.
"The way to cure an evil is lo re-i
move  Us    cause.     Poverty    can    be|and other facilities  for handling
abolished  by  destroying  its cause— 0il  trade   here.   One of the   large
land  monopoly-   and the   single   tax
is the easiesl  in. thod  by   ■• hlch this
esull   ci a   be  accompli! li< •:.    A    tax
ARE BEING ERECTED
.The Imperial Oil Company Is Busily
Engaged On The Improvements
Al This Port-Wharf Is Being
Built  Now
The  Imperial Oil l lompnny Is fa       he   rl iini
constructing the ureal  storage tanks Drydock.
1 ind   in    rear   of   ihe
sized tanks li In place.
id one is well    u   •
,     ,      , . i the   foundations  foi nthei
on land  \ alues i rjual to the annual
rental   is   all  I red. ln a I
make land for all. At tl ne tii ready for t Ing anil
n  of all  other  forms   - ;
ive   ninny
tructl i ii
bush '  '. '   '■    .
cperien        I ll
- is erity.
nd was ul
Tl
REGIMENTAL  ORDBRS.
I'Stl. Regiment  l'.-il Grey's Own
Kittcs.
. .     ER '  by   '-! ijoi    I.   H,
al   the
. tnrted    on    lhe   wh
i .     , col
hnrf Is of creo
ilbition  Build- *
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:
■
nd    111
I" si    lo    ll '-.
e  sell ' i
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I        German Aeroplane Brought Down
? Paris,  March 27.—An offlcia'     iporl   say-:       "The   daj    pai  -■
5 luietly,   ihe enemy showing  ri     activity.      A    German    aeroplane
£ which had thrown a bomh In thi region of Badonviller was brought
£ down  and  the fillot and obseiv ■ captured."
I nation - i, - • ■	
termined that,     i a resul ■      li  ,1,,,,  ^oaooooooooooooov^'-.     ~
11      '" »    v Doekrill Nominated For 0rc»mec« District
o     i-  iii  order  to  assure  an
for their* Important Black  Sea trade,
needs another port,  S
but   one  port   of   Importance     Arcb-
ngel, i nd It ii .".--ii bul fom  mo -: In
(Continued on Pace Four.)
: nl w hen I c returned to
his campaign on      '
i-i ■    [or On
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191i
PPal.VCE    RI'PERT    JOURNAL
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Product-No.
O. II. NI-ILSOX, Editor.
Office:    128   Third    Avenue   E
near  McBrld Tele] bone  I "x:
pos    ''-" -   Boj   107.
DAILY   EDITION
Published    every   morning   except
Mon.: - rrier in the
city -11  the following rate, if paid In]
advance:— j
    15.1
Contains aboul  -.2*4   lbs.
81.50
sxipixi;, hi:  says, daxokrovs
IVORK TO    Hi:    ENGAGED
IV 0.\  SERVICE.
One   It ear   	
Six   Monti s   	
Three   Viontl
If   no '
Month   - - ■
,0
advance.
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P  iil'-l" i!  . :■ ■ day  for circu
latio  be if   P
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point., In Canad       r ■ i year to
all
thi the
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Ail' i ■ . ■- r,
In    \tiii-n   lliiti-i-    Regular    Was  .,n
Each Side of the
V\ i-il.-r.
i'       followlt      .    i ived
i went
I serve draft,  ai
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SPLEXIIID  FOR   PLUMBERS
The sale of Product No. 99 Is strictly
confined to the high-class supply
bouses. Its cos: of manufacture is
therefore not affected by Dept. or
"price cutting store" influence that
oo often drives manufacturers to the
use of Inferior chemicals and processes. Nor is tbe dealer allowed to
reduce the retail juice under penalty
of    having    his    supply    terminated.
A POWERFUL SOLVENT FOR
CLOGGED OP DRAIN PIPES
"09" destroys accumulations  if  lint,    paper,    .It.(lis.    hair,   slime,
grease,  vegetables,  soap,  fruit and many others,   li  is harmless in
DON'T ARGUE
lines pluniliinp
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.v..chin % the ...  road
I   to     i lets,   we
osition nixed up with
len
  MM TEST.   IT
■    -i i has b. en  io   jenerall:        ■     isful    In    - I.
t-ov.     ii.    over again b     tbos.     who   have
tried it, but ■ . ioo     can 1 lal condition -
Istl pipe, it i      bsoutel     nip.    ible fo mfactui'-
er or I        Bult.
CHEWCAL PRODUCTS CO., NEW YORK
OR SALE   BY
f :'.,-:'■'   :--:- l" ,\i:::
EOR   thi;
THE    Klil.l IBLE    I'l.i  -II.Eli
BEST   IN   PI.1 JIBING    AND    HEATING    PHONE    181)
one    (.annrtiaJ5*KHWW»0^^
-.- . Ich   the  community  crei
to go Into is rn' n  few, In
stead of - ■■ retained by the community through the State. This ran
only lie .lone by instil u'tin-i the single
tax system, instead of that, at pres- moon was bright, bul we could see
ent we tax the Industries, we tax thej very little although (be enemy was
buildings   in    which    the    industries!only 90 yards distant al one end.
UI n|gh, !||HrHKKHKHltK«-iKBWKHKB>l^^
iv.   stood ;rt sentry, hour on and
one hour off all along the trench.
One stands on a platform with the
head exposed, watching for anyone
.-I' ej Ing  up.  Most  of  the  night  the
are carried on, we tax the business
itself, and we continue to tax everything until we tax tbe owners to
graft.
"The one thing that would give
general prosperity, which would give
every man a chance to work out his
own possibilities, lies only In this
Bingle tax. li is the one instrument
existing to und" thai vicious iniquity
thai  at  tin nt n oment  '-nils It
self   around   Ihe   Industries   of   the
"Things were quiet, and not much
sniping occurred, lien have to crawl
out as a listening patrol beyond our
wire entanglements, which seems
ticklish work on a moonlight night.
With a regular on each side I did
not feel nervous, although bullets
were whistling on all sides, and each
one at first seems to be aimed atf
yourself, We were not under she
fire in the trenches, which are far
and   surrounded    by   the
■   .
Coal, Cement,, Plaster and Brick
AND A COPIPLETE LIKE OF BUILDERS' SUPPLIES
Sailings for Vancouver
Victoria and Seattle
S.S.  Prince George every  Friday   it !( a.m.
S.S. Prince John al  7 p.m. on Sunday, April  II, 2r>, etc.
I'm' .Massett nntl Port Clements S.S. Prince 'John 10 p.m.   Saturday,
April ;!,   17, etc,
For Skidegate, Lockeport, etc., S.S.  Prince 'John   11   p.m.   Sunday,
April  I. 18, etc.
For Stewart ami Naps River S>S. Prince John D   a.m.   Wednesday,
April  7.  21.  etc.
For Anyox  (Granby  Bay)  S.S. Prince George midnight every Wednesday .
G.T.P.   BAD 'AAV SCHEDULE
Trains leave Prince Ruperl fa Prince George, Edmonton, Melville*
Winnipeg, etc., at 10 n.m., Wednesday! nnd Saturdays, connecting with  trains  for  St. Paul, Chicago ami all   points   east,
Trains  arrive  from   the east  on  Thursdays und Sundays at 0.30 p.m.
G.T.  RAILWAY SYSTEM
The  1 ouble-1 cnuli    Route
fioiii '    Icng.   to Toronto, Hamilton,   Buffalo)    Montreal,   etc..
etc.
reservations, tickets nntl lull information regarding travel lo
any pin! ol the world apply lo tin- G.T.P. Ticket Oflice, Third
Avenue;  Agency all Atlantic Steamship Linus.
I
Pacific Railway
WESTMOLME LUMBER CO., LTD. |
First Avenue       Prince Rupert       Telephone 186   j?
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"im around  the livei    of   the    ... ,.,;.-   on    three   sides.    It    r ilni fl
workers. snowed,   hailed,    and    was   brilll
Speculation  Is Encouraged,
'I ri ii'-rs now hold  .    t land f
rising     price,   which
i      nlating   in lues,     uu
■ii  ' '."i ■ i"     boi    ren    I
thei o nt I ecula-
tion.     Single   tax   .vould    tax
not. Ing     i'i!     land
,'hicl ixi the l
en '. ■ : ;\
are robbin to
privati
city     i'.    rty, only
i he -
be
bin.   In th.   I rencl .    Hie
Ion i\as that of cold
..   :        ii .- decent
i .     .     Hin!    gave   us    innm
Thi    : lorning    n e  were
makini fields,   and!
■ of   shrapnel   shells
t elo     enough I
One   shell  struck    ten    yards   awa;
from    a    platoon    of   our    men   and
Om     Illagi    ■■■•    helled
continually   and    the   church
•' .'
letter  l'n.111 ..  ; rl '-
ate who,      brother of
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I, ba  in.    loft    Cana la    ivith    the
1
nil i    would
ei
land re rise In    rii es."
1 I       lid:   "if
. ■
.    i not 1
;        lystem
-  in    than   in
i   I
thai   ijiii
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■ ni,  nnd   I   «il!
.
The Hon io wai
i rom    what   In
■
■   n I
illll       bul It  i ame
i _ ..:.'  ii  iii rui   !      '      he di nbti -l
ether   ll   woi Id    mei I
li      in r.    .   ! l.-v    ,vere   tin i   goin
rn attract  labor to the land, by fur-
ler taxln    I hi   land? Tbey were .loin got the rural popu-
latin , I .■    on Un- farms, and lie
ol  yel  com Inci tl thai  ii  would
i      i   i ininnil ■■    or   general
welfui -j lets.
In t "ii     i'el    remarked I    I
lhe slip I I to al
I   dl
it   would
il,     in    1 ni—
Contl
,   have
I
arrived hei ' ' ri bouse
■ ■ i- from the firing-line.
We ' ' '■■ n I rind b! I
way, hear ns, and at night j
and lighti "■' ' isible.
\ il   tin si   thin              Immense!]
_   'i ■ ;
  'ih' ml    Hashing
We ."i   voy-
■ ii      iii     conl iiiettt    and
I '  •   by train,    In   c     '
It was rat     ■ 11     Dur-
liroved   tdmirablc
nb    .   ii Ho ■ ■ ii  , bul   ii  night
-..-I-   not vi       bl        ml   when,
i a in oui , thi re were ::'   to  I1
iii. ' ach  ttiih   their   packs   and
< qui)) in    11■■"   squash    was   awful.
1 -    thi   ghl   ive should    go   Into
li. mil.!'   for a  - onslderable  time   In
Pram e,  bul   now   I  believe  wc shall
see   real   lighting   before   very   long.
We    have    soeil   :i   number    of    the
trenches around, also some gra\ea of
sold it : a  of  both    i-i.l. s.    This   barn j
.-    occupied  '     i lei man  pat ml and
■ nn   of :ii. Ir arlllleiy for two dais.
That  i-.ii.- three months acn and tin
■ - -   novel   been ui ottnd sin. e,    I'  li
I'tb.   ■      .-;..    In    this    bit    of
mi     Ihat they i
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PRINCESS MAQUINNA,
SOUTHBOUND, 8 P.N. FRIDAY
PRINCESS MAY
SOUTHBOUND, 8 P.M. SUNDAY
J. G,  McNAB, General Agent,corner  Third  Ave.   and    fourth   St.
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SHINGLES, MOULDINGS, SASH, DOORS
Princ© Rupert Lumber Co.
FIRST AVE. ANII  McBRIllE ST. PRINCE RliPKlt'l
Phone ?,d Branch V-      al Smithers, B.C.
TPE UNION STEAMSHIP CO. OF B.C. LTD-
S.S. VENTURE
Southbound Tuesdays at 8 p.m.
Sailings for Granby, Simpson and the Naas
Sundays at Midnight
''       For further particulars apply to
3    JOHN   BARNSLEY,   AGENT        ::        681 Second Ave., Phone 568
c Agency   Atlantic    Steamships.
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1 Royal Bank of Canada
|     HEAR    OFFICE:   MONTREAL ESTABLISHED   18011
Capital     $  11,560,006
jjj Reserved   Fund !ji 12,500,000
Total   Assets    $185,000,000 a
5J Savings Bank  Department—!-;1 riill open an accounl $
4    Branches   Throughoul   Canada and Banking Connections Willi All 5
Parts of tlie United .suites. Agents Throughout  the World.
g    11.  P.  WILSON, Manager        - • Prince    Ruperl    Branch 3
CLEAN UP AND PAINT DP NOW
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PAINT   BRUSHES,  LAWN  MOWERS  AMU  GRASS SHEARS
CARPET    BBATHRS,  GARBAGE   PAII.S
WINDOW   SCREENB, SCREEN DOORS
—AT THE—
KAIEN HARDWARE CO.,
608 Third Ai
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Prince Rupert Transfer Co.
—FOR -
Coal, Furniture Moving, Baggage
and Heavy Teaming
W. J. CRAWFORD, Manager
phone 566       To;;;ur;;;; s
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COMPULSORY
MILITARY DRILL
THE     SYSTEM     ADVOCATED
CONNECTION   WITH   THE
NATION.
The  War    litis    Indicated    That
Day of Universal Peace Is
Distant.
IX
the
Writing    to  the    News-Advertiser,
:       ible, and iy any war we must      In  training   camps such
to i tin  necessity foi  ",n ellicient and be  established   ll   would be
ready army. Wi n,eed il now, for the io   open   up   schools   of   all
war in Europe is being waged just as which  would enable our young  men
t'i-1    i'i defence ol our Empin   as If to qualify  themselves better for the
C -in.      Uistr ;ia or India were the vocations they  mighl  wish  to follow!
[round. To hie it is a matter of In later Uf. . Let us suppose that a
very deep regret that at the outbreak three-year course of training were
of war Great Britain was able to] to be taken of six or eight months
send lo France only about 200,000 per year. The whole lime need nol
men, and that I1 has taken seven be devoted to military exercises, \
more months to train and equip an considerable ' portion  of it  could  be
onlj   about   one-third   or one-';riven  over  to  study;   and   the   men
In
might     '' -        i
ossible >:-'':l ' i''
Great    -
■    --I Ion    -'.'..   :
training  should
■ li ne  in ln-'irii I
■ nd ■ less liable to at
tack,   li would ■■' in Can
ada  to educati -    i  of   t'or-
■   ■
i. ;.i  ui
i . lilitary
-
of
Engines   distillled   .
liejai. a
Oxy-Acetjlene   Plant  .
Ph.me  Kill   1511
.
:■      . ii .     , Dl '       i
arlotti   I
:e NOTK i:   '
' i •    . ■    , -. - -   i ' ' 0 cct
Proeji ... ir, iinen.ls to Ij   foi   ; • i'ii  high mission to i n   for c< al . nd
troleunj over the following des. ribed
lands on    ■(■ w est  Coi      ol    ■
Island i Commi nclng al      po
eil tin 8.   mil. ■ nortt of the noi I
corner of l.<-i 2437, th nee nortl
chain.-, ■ hence w st  •" -    iin
,.!„-„   ,,-,,-„„,     . •   ■        south     3»    cliains,   thenci	
1,1   '">•   °i""!':'- chains,  to  poln    -        mmem
containing S40 aor • mort Estimates given  on  all   classes of
ja29 PETER   PIOMBO.      work,  whether small  or large.   Per.
■   located,  !'" ember 3rd,  1914, sonal attention  given  to every  Item.
J. Ii, HILMTCH
Contractor end Buiidei
F. A. Ariusiri.n.ii, of Vancouver,  has I itiarter thi     i- ' Germany's.   Fur- would  b.   ■ ithereil together   in such
the following advi In     i       then   ire,  these  men  and   ninny   of numbers that il would be possible to
any     ■'•
Ir opponents who, besides!course. W.   Bhould thus after a 1
•-   loi   of '  ■ '"im; i'i    .-. ' e i'i ■■ i i v walk of life
Hin .   ■ ■ tiv      ■     '     . ion b     11 an  those  who    ■   i
'    ack    ' he  expert- gli e     li itruction
pulsoi y mllitarj  ti ahiin ;:
I am glad  to note the -
ter. si now being  lal   n  In l
tlon of com] ulsorj  military I rainin
Sine   thi    o  - ::'   - ' (   i         diei    commenced    efoi m, and   who would  at  lhe.
are   becoi ling 1
threaten t -  of our Anglo-
Saxon Id. als and instil
And, looking istlon from
ih"   standp ilnt  o      .       Hate   ei on-
oniy. If fin .     B
into  France   i if the
.'   ' n     'i    ■
'   '
iii     nils
' -■    '.    -    ami     I   ■-    hai      received    tr Inlni
,i       ar I have, givi to I rain
sidi ' ii'le thou        and have com to     nils!       Iiet     they!v hi.       " -  ild    have    |   en    them
a conclusion din    ly opposed to tl       • in -■■ ■ i a Ions ?|      hyei  and fit  them  -
of  .nm   .,.',-,.; ..-ii1  ni    if Saturday,    period   a       alnini    lei'ore   going   :"    loment's notice to take up arms in
First of all, jud  Ing b history  tl     Pr nl    Coi ..-.-.   to  tin   que       - ol their country. I venture to
of iii, tion  of nefll   or  Injury  to  be thai   thorn   nds   of   men    would
less  foi   ii-   to   :    in       :  . '■     '      ulsor:    military lool      ■■   on th.   yean  spent In mlll-
sliall be no more war. Germany's .,■■        '' ■ r-that I bell     i It  tary training  as the mosl   profl
tion and  the revelation of her deep- '"  ,:    :        [opted  and carried oul  in period of their lives.
laid  plot  to  become  mistress of  the ■" ,,;' •- manner as to he'nl' very real      The tinn   wa    nol long since when
world surely  iu.ii is  that th.   time  v'lllv  '""''  to  the  men  subjeel   to it  ,;,-,.:ir   Qrita|n   ,vas  indisputably    the
has urn y.-i come when wi can place '""' to the nation al large; and I am leading nation both commercially
implicit trust in the declarations ufispeaking ol Canud is well ■ Gi lal anu Industrially. Of late years her
some nations at least | Britain. position has been seriously threaten-
In the mattej of defence., then Isl First, there li tin dvanl ;e toted, so much so that Tariff Reform
no doubt thai we must attach the be derived from regular military ex- receives considerable support there;
greatest Importance to our fleet; yet er i- .-.-. which musl develop onejand her greatest competitor is Ger-
I do nol think we should be guilty physically. Coupled with this are I many. The reason for Germany'
of underrating the value of land the habits of regularity and ptme'tu- rapid advance is assigned to her
forces. The British Empire, scattered jallty which would naturally be
as it is :ill over the  globe,   is verytquired.
■ -
iean
■ 11 em     ■'
ensu
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Ske. n     Land    Dlsl rict    I dstrict    of
.'..-. I.  -   iai lol -
TAKB NOTICE tl I
of  Prinoi   Rii  ert    B.C.,   occ
Prospector, Intend
i pros]
troleum oi . n
.,    li.   '
i . lonn      -I .     .
ed Bve miles easl and om  mile
aorl co .1  I ■
thei       - ort i thence .
tint     i   nee south   80   chains,!
i  re-   '       '    " ' '  ''      to poin
-  ' .   ■   cement, containl      - I
inori   o i   I.
PHONE GREEN  -    I
I'llilU 'I'i I     I'i
Barristi i   Solicitor and Kotar;  PubllJ
0 11:
EXCHANGE   I"
loub Id the cost of
i tin her In    to  fulfil
mil lioi     n World;    I.e ,    to
i     -   - ii - Inf
to  li  .
II  '      ■ :    races,    I      iiea
ijuslly with  and  i 'I icate  them,  i;   Is
for   us  in  I"-  i'i- ' ared   to   resist
tack  in  whatever form and  in  whatever place il ma,   conn   since, as be-
Core pointed out, Our Empire is scattered  ancl  vulnerable,   and    modern
warfare is both sudden and deadly.
ac-.high standard  of popular   education
land to her large numbers of techni-
For the House!:
Delivered to your kitchen
door, like groceries
T3?
',*.&&•*
1
175,000,000 Bottles Yearly
That was the demand for Budweiser last
year.
The AnUeusor-lWcli Plant covers today
more than 142 acres—equal to 70 city
blocks. It gives steady employment to
6,000 people, ami to 1,500 more In its
brunches.
livery |ir->.'.   -   .•- ery room, it Imi   l< in.He.
Every boule Is Pai teui lied and   n      I
This Ouallty-Plo      sta t.    nearly 50 years
ago, Is a model of modern facilities.
The hundreds of visitors who go thr<
every day know that nothing of Its kind
cou.il bo made any better than Budweiser,
March Furniture Hale at George
D. Tile's, all deportments. Record
discounts for cash.
Groceries—Our prices are the low.
est in town. You will save money o-
nlmost every article. Give us a triu
order today. Phone 123. Prompt de
ivery, Mussallem & Co., 42:: Fiftt
Ave. Easl.
Notice is hereby given that on the
£rst day of April next application
will be made to the superintendent
of Provincial Police and to ihe
Board of License Commissioners foi
tiie City, of Prince Rupert for per
mission to change the site of the
wholesale liquor business now car
■ Ind on by tli Ign id company
from Its present premises, namely
.'-'■ts HI and 17, Block I i Section i
situate on Second Avenue, City o
Prince Rupert, to premises situatt
ni Lots Id and' 16, Block 52, Section 1, on Fraser Street, in ".- I
of Prince Rupert.
Dated this 27th of Februarj
i'i ! 5,
Beaver  Wholesale   Liquor   Compan.
.:''   Prince  Rupert,  Ltd.
.'-' i'i:-." c.   v.  SWEI !
jo    i PETE1     ' i
ei iber 4th,   I ,\\
DR. GiLROY, DENTIST
Crown  and   Br .
- laity
Oil   '-:   Smith    t:i",it.   Third   Avenue
ikcei       'i-i     Di Usti
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
TAKH NOTICE that  Peter  Piombo,
of  Prinoe   Rupert,    B.C.,   occupation
P] os.pi ' '"■, Int. in b i" apply fi
mission to pros] act for coal and petroleum over the following d.
lands on  the West   Coast of Graham
Island:  Commencing at a post planted live miles east and one mile north
of the norlli-enst corner of Lot 2425
thence north   80 chains, thenc  west
80   chains,   thence  south   SO    chains,
thence   east  80   chains,   lo    point   of
commencement, containing C4n acres
more or less.
ja2ll PETER   PIOMBO.
Date located, 4th  December, 1914,
LAND ACT.
A. FAULDS, M.I. M.E.
Consultiig Mining Engineer
Examinations   nnd    development    of
Coal, Metal, Oil. Etc,
700 Dunsmult  St.       Vancouver, B.C.
Skeena   Land    District.—Districl    o
Quean Charlotte Islands.
TAKE   NOTICE   that   I,   D,    Hogg
of Queen Charlotte City,  occupation
Farmer, intend io apply for permis
.ion   to   purchase   the  following    de
scribed lands:  Commenoing al a pos
planted    at.    the    south-west     eor
er of Gooden   Island   in   Bearskin
Bay, thence easterly thence
ly,  thence   westerly,  thence  souther
y,  following shore line  to  poinl    of
n -in- ncemi nt, conl - a.
nore  or less.
DANIEL   11
Haled  5th  February, 1915. i'l"
Skeena   Land    Districl    I listrlci    of
-
,    ..' i [i ii « u  Peter Pionibo,
Prince Rupei       B.<
i
t' for coal and
i he fi llovving d :
kinds ii" ' Coast o
Island: Com     ncin ost
■ ■■•   i'i       n lit        ii 'i    and   om
north i t the north-east corner of Lot
2435, them      ■ hates,
west   80    .-i- -;:i -.    tlience    soui h    80
then ■     SO    chains,    to
: oinl   '"     oi      it,  i
840 a     i more or 1
a29 PET1 i
Date lo r ith,  1 9 I lii
■
Form   I I.
Form of No
Skeena    Land    District   -District   oi
Coae:
TAKE       NOTICE      I   .
Chesley,   Prospector,   of
tends   to   appl
-
'   i     G.T.R.  fl'
orth     boundary    line    oi
tit of wa)
nile easterly I  corner
orth    10
i lien. * ■■-•       ; 0 clio ■
ence    i
chains   to  I
nt and .
it  ..
■    -
Dated  i«
RAIRDRESSING
PARLORS!:
M-'issage,    Manicuring,   Scalp   Treatment,  Electric Treatments, Etc.
Mrs.   N. I.'.  Ilaniliisytle, Prop.
211 Third St PRINCE RI'PEin
P.O. Bor 1714 Telephone 448
RITCHIE,   AGNEW!  &   CO.
Civil Engineers und Surveyors
Prince  Rupert,   B.C.
Waterworks, Water Power, Wharf
instruction, Reports, Plnns, Dorain-
on and Provincial Land Surveying,
Slsctrio Blue Printing, Negatives and
White  Prints
Phone Blue 188        Res   Phone 393
LrS^QSAY'sTARTAGE a 3T0RAGL
a. T.   P   CART ■ INTS
381    SECOND
JINGLE POT COAL
is handled by ui era roci ' *
prompt attention ■■ .... us
Phone   OS.
Pacific Cartage: United
■    :
Furniture   Movini
-
The C?!een Charlotte
Oil Fields Limited
Office
:' :i  limited
nmounl    if   1 tock
DONALD,   SecTrem.
a ..-I    District    lii
Cliarh
Piombo,
tn'   Prince   Rupert,     ;
. Intends to ap ily foi I  ' I  Qualitj    Don '-sua    |
..  ui-   i.e. i
Anheuser-Busch, St. Louis
the Largest Plant of Its Kind
in the World
Some of thr Principal
Buildings
'
1: i :i    on  ' -.    '■ -'-..
Island:   (
ed three miles north of the nortl
corner of Lot   241(7, thence  north
t :iain.-;. thenci  e* I
south    80     chains,    Ihencn    west     60|
chains,   to   point   of   comm
containing fi4i acre* more or leas.
JA29 PBTEK    PIOMBO.
riiite located, December 3rd, 1914.
BO   YE-VUS'
EXPERIENCE
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S»>.'.".. Per 1
DEI.IVRRKP
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GRANITE
1RANITE  of best  quality and  thoroughly tested  for sale
Cut  Stone or  Crushed   Rock   in
Quantities
fKIL ,1, McLEOD      Phone Green 217
OCEAN FISil CO.
*'resh Flsh Arriving Every Day
■itslde Ot tiers Pi omptly Attended To
PHONE BLUE 259
Skeena  Land   District —  District of
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE NOTIOfl that Andrew W.
MaeLean, ol lYince Rupert, B. C,
occupation Carpenter, intends to apply for permission to prospect for
coal and petroleum over the following described lands on the Wast
Coast of Graham Island: Oomroenc-
ng at a post [limited two niiloe north
and one mile .-usi of the north-east
corner of Lol 248:., thence north SO
cliains, thence easl SO chain*, thence
soutli SO chains, thenca wes[ SO
hains to iioim of oommenoement,
containing H40 aoios more or lu*.,.
ANDRBW   VV.   Uaoiaa'aAX.
.flS Asjwtit,  Peter  Piombti
|Date located  23rd Deoember, 1914.
GHANBY  SMELTER  VILLUS
COMPANY   KICH  RETURNS
(Continued  from  Page One.)
PHONE 554 P.O. BOX 60
FOR
jkAPERHANGING
'Fainting
olish1ngand
wall tinting
HIGH-GRADE    INTERIOR
DECORA-TING    A    SPECIALTY
Martin Swartson
SECOND AVE -HilAR F.'cBRIUl'.
3000000404400044044
CANADIAN STEAM f
LAUNDRY
NOW OPEN FOR  BUSINESS
flLniest and Approved Methods
IIOnlj   Skillet]   Operators  Employed
Phone us and ive will call for ;.
trial   bundle
Note   our   address:
5*5   SIXTH   AVENUE   WEST
Phone No. 8
Canadian Steam Laundry    |
Skeona   Lanri     Ilialricl—District     ot
Quoon  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKB NOTICE that Peter Piombo,
or Prinoe Rupert, B.C., ocoupation
Prospeotor, lntonola t«> apply for permission to [irospoot  tor ooai and pa-
.:-. ,1 -,-,-: ':, following dasarlbed
lands i.i: the West Coast of Graham
Island: Commencing at a . ost phuit-
ed three milea nortli and one mile
easl of Uu' north-east eoraier of Lot
21X7, thence north S» ehains, tAeacc
east 80 cliainii, .ttiancc south S9
chains, thenoe west 80 chains, te
point of comroenceMont, containing
040 acres more or loss.
jfl2li iHSWBIt   I'lpAliiO.
Rate located, teioatk^r 3»-d, VMI
NOTICE.
The Caniidian Patriotic Fund.
Will   those   who    need    assistance
j from the above fund, resident In the
jcity  or   dislrict   and    whose    bread-
obtained  is a  mile  in a direct   llne'wiBner ls on active service witU tbe
, ! forces  of  the  Empire  or  her Allies,
from Anyox and  two miles by road. |
An electric railway connects the
wharf with the smelter and tbe reduction works with the mine.
The company has other mines
along ihe British Columbia coast,
which will ship ore to the new
works. Because of the higher tenor
of the Hidden Creek the new plant
of   2,nun    tons    daily    capacity    will
kindly notify   the secretary   of   the
local organization.
tf
W. E   COLLISON,
P.O. Box 735.
Skeena  Land  District — District  of
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
TAKE  NOTICE   that  Andrew    W.
(MaeLean,  of  Prince   Rupert,   B.   C,
ioceupatlajin  Carpenter, intends to ap-
proilnce as  much  copper as the old- ply   for   permission   to  prospect    for
coal  and  petroleum over the follow
er plant at Grand Forks, B. C.,
ivhich smelted more than double that
tonnage.
The company has ore reserves   of
ing described lands on West Const
of Gi-ahiim Island; Commencing at
a posi planted two miles north of
the north-oast corner of Lot 2436,
t.lionoe north SO chains, thence west
'8*   ohains,   tlience  south    80   chains,
23,101' °"s  and   last  y«ar    l'ro-|then8e  east   SO   chains,  to  point   of
ilii'i-.J  23,320,097 pounds   of copper,- oosameneelnent containing 640 acres
435,275 ounces of silver   nnd 43.SS2 !m,ie or leS6'
ANDREW   W.   MacLEAN.
ounces    of   gold,   the    ore    treated jus Agent,  Peter Piombo
amounting  to   1,280,000    tons.    Last Date  located,   23rd  December,   1914
year's cosl   of  production  per  pound
NAVIGABLE     WATERS      PROTECTION ACT.
It. S. C. Chapter 115.
The Imperial Oil Company hereby
give notice that it has under Section 7 of the above Act, deposited
with the Minister of Public Works at
Ottawa, and in the office of the District- Registrar of the Prince Rupert.
Land Registration District at Princei
Rupert, B.C., a description of the
site and"the plans of the wharf and|
approach proposed to be built ln|
Prince Rupert Harbor, British Columbia, in front of Waterfrpat
Block "G", according to registered
plan of the Townslte of the said
Oity of Prince Rupert deposited in
the aforesaid Land Registry Oflice
ns No. 923.
AND TAKE NOTICE that after
the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication of
this notice, the said Imperial Gi]
Company will under Seel ion 7 of the
Haiti Act apply to the' Minister of
Public Works at his oflice in the City
of Ottawa for approval of Hie sain"-
site and plans and for leave to construct  the said wharf and approach,
DATED  at   Prinue    Rupert,    B.C.,
this   2nd   day   of   February,    A.    D.
1'915. 4w-f4
THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY.
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
Slieena   Land    Bi8*ri«t---Hertwkit    ei
TAKE NOJHOH that Pet*" lHombti,(
of Prince Rupert, B.G., octautattam
Prosector, intends r» upfflp to* IM*'-
mlaaion to liroapoct for «*») wstsl p»-
wodGuui aver she following *b«hb*Wj*
lands on the Wfti Cuest wf «wsli*«
Islastd: OonwxMeins at a fiaet. pton.*-
r-d flYe miles past of t*e »••■» Mt
a»rai.9r of Lot. 2'43i, tie*a* aa«. W
chains, thence south St aha«iius,
latMioe west SO chains, Sliacioe aorta
Sft chains, to point of aeaMae*element, containing  640 acres  wore oc
ja-2-li PEOJER   PIOMB®.
Date located,  Boeemher **,  tVl4.
of copper is 11.6 cents for the en-
lire works of ihe company, but, as
above stated, the plant at Anyox
hits got the plant down to S'i cents
and holies to do even better.
CONSTANTINOPLE AS
Skeena  Land  District — District  of
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE   NOTICE  Hiat  Andrew    W
M*SaL«wn, of Prince Rupert, B.C., oe
■upation Carpentsr, intends to apply
or  permission  to  prospect  for   coa
nd iKtroleiim over the following de
eribad  lands  on  the  West,  Coast  of pNorthwc-st Territories and  a  portion
Grabs rs   Island:    Commencing   at   a
post planted two  miles north of the
A   WORLD  KEY north-e*»t corner of Lot 2433, thence
[nortli    80    chains,    thence   east    SO ,tl   per  acre.  Not  more   than    2,560
(Continued   trom  Page  One.)
a*flKHWa>lKW{Wl»&a-a}W';(^^
Capt. J. McGee
M.M.S.A.
Masters and Mates prepared
for examination. Compass adjuster.
Phone Red 502
"NAUTICAL   ACADEMY"
Helgerson  Block, opposite
Royal  Hotel
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SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES  f
For Rent
REASONABLE    RATES y
Skeena   Land    District—Bis tr let    af
Queen  Oharlotte  Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Teter Piambo,
of Pniiicfl Rupert, B.C., oacsi«a»*joti
Prnspe-frter, intends to ajaapir f»r permission In prospect for nal and pe-|
Ij-ofeuai. over tlie following t»o»erl5»at8
lands on lhe West Coast »f 'Ivakato
fetand: ContJiioaciiig at a post. |»fcs*t-
ed are imie.s east of the nortan-eaii*
earner of ftot 2-&;iS, thence nerfV; »«
cliams, liience i»a»t 80 nbalng, bheaoa
south SO oliains, chanae wn^rt S-t
.-.batiis, to IMJtat of aom!Mt>m«OK)o«t,
.OaStainina  lA0 au»es more or lags.
jnao wssuiai pianmo.
Bate located, IRooem'ber 4th,  1S14.
in the year. Russia may justly ask
for another port.
.Modern science has changed many
a
political situations. Time has dissipated many absurd misconceptions.
Mr. Barker has succeeded in making
out a very strong case in favor of
his  contention   that   Russia  may   be
I chains. Usance south SO chains,
'thance vest 80 chains to point of
comisencemsnt, containing (14 0 asres
more  ar  less.
ANDREW   W.   MacLEAN.
flS Agent,  Peter Pionibo
Date located,  23rd  December.  1914
SYNOPSIS      OF      COAL      MINING
REGULATIONS,
Coal mining rights or the Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and
Alberta,   the  Yukon    Territory,    tlie
of the Province of British Columbia
may be leased for a term of twenty-one years at  an annual   rental of
Skeena  Land  District  —  District  of
Queen  OharlStte Islands.
TAKE   NOTICE  that  Andrew    W.
MaeLean,   of   Prince   Rupert,   B.   ('.,
occupation  Carpenter, intends to ap-
given   Constantinople    without    fear pity   for   pormiBSien   to   prospect    for
that she  will  seriously    menace   the
British   Empire  or  the  peace  of  the
catfti and petr»ieum aver the follow
ieg described Iannis en the West
Coast   of   Gh'aha   Iradlsna
THE
na   Land    District—IMMriet '• af
fyr.oou  Charlotte Islands.
PAHffi NOTtGB that Peter Piombo,,
of  Prince  Rupert,   B.C.,   a»ct>t«r<'i'wi
Paemiatotor, inilvnds to apply ter oor-
. .aim to  urc-aseot  tor e«al  and  pall rolenni over i«re foHewing d.-ssorfUesI
lands mi  tne  Weal. Coast «f 9-rahasai
Island:  ('.u-,»«.>iiolng at a post i>k-a»t-
'• I  five  miles aajai  of the n«rth-»a«t
cornor of Lot 1*35, Hienca noHab  St
chains,    t*t nc"    west    so    o6uiH*,
'   :."  ,ni    80  chains,  sheauM «*«t
I so  chains,  to   iiowU   of   tmawtm-l
menl,  containing  640  acres  more or.
PETER   PIOMBO.
'■ tt   located, Booe*ibe.r 4t*, 1.914 j
■suit of her accession ol'lp'^ ot Gral,a,m ™**i:   COmmenc-
ling at a post plantod eae mile north
this territory. ,and two miles oast, ef tho north-east
cornor of Lot 3*33, tlienoe north.80
chains, thence west 80 chains, thence
south SO chnins, theace east 80
chains to point of commeneement,
containing 64 0 acres more or less.
ANDREW W. MacLEAN.
flS Agent,  Peter  Piombo
Date  located,  23rd  December,   11.14
ILLl'STItATION   PA RMS  TO
lii:  INDER  ('OXSKKYATION
Farmers   Will   Ile  Shown   the  Possibilities to lie Derived From
I..inti.
Continental Trust  8
Company
The Morning Journal
SOc. per montli
Skeena  Land  District — District of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE   NOTICE   that   Andrew    W
Inattgu- MaeLean,  of Prince Rupert,    B.  C.
occupation Carpenter, intends to ap
if   Con-" ply  Sor permission  lo   prospect   for
serration  in   1912,   ivere  one of  the f™1 J"* CJ0'?"^ over ^ (0\\?K-
jlng described    lands   on   the   West
mosl far-sighted projects ever initi-p-'oast of Grallara Island: Commencing at a post planted one mile north
nicil by a  public body  for   bringingjand two miles east of the north-easl
corner of Lot 2-135, thence north SO
The   Illustration   Farms,
rated   by   the  Commission
acres will be leased to one applicant.
Applications for a lease must be
made by^the applicant in person to
the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in which the rights appliel for
are situated.
In surveyed territory the land
must be described by sections, or
legal subdivisions of sections, and
in unsurveyed territory the tract applied for 'shall be staked out by the
applicant  himself.
Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $5, which will be
refunded if the rights applied for
are not available, but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the
merchantable output of th'e mine at
the rate of five cents per tou.
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
ci.il mining righls are not being operated, such returns should be fur
nished  at least once a year.
The lease will include the coal
mining rights only; but the lessee
may be permitted lo purchase whatever available surface rights may In-
considered necessary fo.- the working of the mine at  the rate of   $10
per acre.
i
For  fuM   Information   application
should  be made to the .Secretary   of
the Department of the Interior,   (H
tawa,   or   to   any   Agent    or     Sub-
Agent of Dominion  Lands.
VV. W. CORY,
Deputy Minister of the  Interior
Skoena   Land    Dish-let—District    of
Queen  Oharlotte Islands.
'IAK-10 .\"0','l...l'l that Peter Piombo,
ol Prince Ruperl, B.C., occupntHaa
Prsspecter, intends to apply for per-
iiii: :.)«ti to pros«>GC< to: c-o'il and ite-
troiwim aver Hie following d^urD-jed
liitulK nn Mie Wast Cexist. lit Qvahaiis
laki'nn: thuxwatumaz al a pofit jlsnift-
ed 6«»r urate* n«j»Wi uf the north-emit j
Conner eaf Bwx, S-W7, thuiuje itwtfc »8
ohains, bkesae east so dintus, uhena«»
isiiaH) si) eliHros, thonce wesi M
'-. fi.-s, lo MitBtt ef I'lii'i-iionaaeiiioat
coB-absiniag Ws aores laare t^s- hmtt>
JitM MsMM   PiMkMaV
"■-- i '..    *mt. 1814
home   in   the   I'ariiier   tin'    resoi.i'Ces
within  his  grasp and  the   possibili-
c.hains, tbence oast 80 chains, thence
south   SO    chains,    thence    west    SO
ties which were his If only he would chains,  to   iloiut  °f  commencement
containing 0-10 acres more or less.
HKi<H>a<irjOi'iai>ci»C<ii'.'0'i:o;..'.o^ • ->    I   .-^WaWMMHIHCHl
RUPERT MARINE »WTC;       : MM
SUPPLY CO., um
V.'AliH.'l■■■. ■ .   -■ - i
I0.NOINEERS,   '-'   .       ■ ■-, I ■ .•» MW       i ..'  I   - •    . Dili
-r -i i. lists  in   'I.i- In    I'- •- ci   H oi  Unsnline,
II,  r. Con . :  (*ii    Hu-
'       -tlie :-! 'i. -. i.'-i.t
■   ■
fins I In] Ine Ceni'       ' . -.•. f - -   In   looa
ANDREW   W.  .MacLEAN.
fl 8 Agent,  Peter  Piombo
Date located, 23rd  December, 1914.
Daily Journal
SOc per month
Steel.   Ii'"ii, iJjls.  \Yh-c  Itttiit, i'.-Ji •;'.'' •'.     ■"«#)    '•M_m    I
rt.i-tMti.ttWt.'  :•„<■::/-  r.  / i- i .   . i-i,-....- -    ., „.....•,
avail  himself of ihem.
The "illustration" farm was taken
to the farmer instead of asking the
farmer    to    go    to'   the   illustration
farm. It demonstrated that,   provided he adopted the methods advocated by the Commission's advisers, he
could largely  Increase his crops and
—most  important  of   all  -that    the
Increase was practically all profit.
These    Illustration    Farms     were
by  Dr.  J.   W.  Robertson,
'   Irman  of loim  Ittee   on
tl ■    li       I  il n   •"    Coalition,   ililli   It '   '    Ili  .]   on
ii      '; i-.    John
:                 i   .'   '    Instrucloi
Co           I on   I lu rm i
1           ttnlned                '           leal  re
10,0
lie De
partmenl  ol   '         Iture,    nder   tho
'     -         .    13,  II    was    ap- i
that opei        .. ,-.
ti-v- ot  N;-' i-i Cad '     v ni  i     held at -
'   ] ' ti..- --i'ii)-'"-  -. -  a ef th :
ph n lu 1 was also Service  Comt list: in   i:    May,    1916
S/Uooessful ■. " ■"
Lsjge on  ."   ;.'"''     '      Vugust. Appli-
.' al Ions ror onl rj   will I"- :. oeivetl a_
i-i   ' " n ...'.  tl  ■ Secretary, CL -l
SerWce   CoinmlBsfon,   Ottawa,   trom
whom bl-ank entry forms cnii now be
obi lined.
JAMES GILMORE
ARCHITECT
Second  Ave. .Near  McBrlde St
HOTEL DIRECTORY
j/leinhcis  of the Pi-luce  Rupe.t
Licensed Yinliiors' Association
WINDSOR    HOTEL
Cor.  ol   First Ave. nntl   lliglilli St.
W. II. Wright,  Prop.
Roynl  Vnvul College of Cnnadn.
'i       next i x null -■■ Ion   fof the en-
niliii ili   in tment
have   been   I erl-ed   to   the .
in     of    .'■ ■      ill        ,    whirl',
". ill conn    it        tn ttlon i : Imilar lines
of the pn i. That  tin
M .  John   ,   .    . ., ■   nhat)   been
ferred t. □      rtment.
MfU'lilf       At'Ot^Olit'a.,
liei.aijb-—I''it-.i-i l..ss equipment mid   stiifi'    for    i
fmto,
P ' . BOX GI5
LEPEONE 318
000044404O040000440a400000C40ah     H .--■•:■.-■        "iMiHii.d
iiBiHalii-t.es  ftair  tl-..  .-ii 'iiiiinl'iion  in
>i:i,v «t»M nrmai Im- iu mi,.in the ages
lion im' of  foNutoon   and  sfeffVen   on    the   ist
tMit, rofr:..
limtliei' .iel-citH i-n-n he obta.ine(i on
a-ppWKat'ita'n  te the  n-ndei'-slasWB.
S.  J.   B'HllBBiMteajSIS,
i lep,iMliy Minsetoi sf niie K«-,al   Service
Buffets,   Iron   Beds,  Springs,    «»t- j-oepswiHion* ot Hie Nwvwi Sev, lie,
I  c sea,  Blankete, Sheets and l*i!lo«^1 OMflstva, ,)u«ii«as' 8Wi,  1-9M
at March n Prices.   George 1).      Hs»^t»jfc,t>>,'U'.afl ;^aMfe.""   •'   Hli"
l.:.'. the House Furnisher, '^AyojjBfwmi*!: v,-#WWP pniil foi:,--
HOTI-IL CENTRAL
First Ave. and Seventh St.
KiiKipeun   jt'id   Anict-.t ...   Hl-tn*
S1.00 to 82.50 Per ll.t)
Peter   Black.  Prop,
KNOX   IN). I X
(•'irsi     \'.e.    Between    Klghu.    nnd
.vim il
I'luropcun  I'luril   lititi-     Vtc,  to  VI.OH
Per I)
! •      -  i    A.-    Be i"«   .    Pl ..;.h
BMP SF,S!
.1.  V. Rochester .  I), i uslej
rhii 'i   li"   ti --1-. •- i     ■.'<:, ii nil
-   - mtli   -
Wuropenu  Plan;   50c to   $1 -Per  Day
ROYAL HO'I'HL
Oorley at Burgess, Props,
Third  Ave,  and  Sixth  .-si
European  I'ltm ."Itenni  Hci&tetl
BR*\'EH      WIN LRSMtK      LIQUOR
CO..   LKVH'FKD
Second   Ave.  and  Sivth   Ml.
, Phone H>1!
PTfWteE RtPflMW RiU'OliTIIING CO
mmin
Fraser ;nirt Slvih Sts
Plume   7
NOTICE is hereby given that on
the 23rd day of March next appllca
tion will be made to the Superic
tendent of Provincial Police and to
the Board of License Commissioners for the City of Prince Rupert for
permission to remove the license for
the sale of liquor by wholesale from
the premises known as Lots 15 and
16, Block 32, Sectioy 1, situate i,t
Frazer Street in the City of Prince
Rupert, to the lands descifbed as
Lets 19 and 20, Block 23, Section 1,
on Third Avenue in the said City of
Prineo Rupert.
DATED  this  20th  day of   Fcbru
ary,  1915.
PRINCE   RUPERT  IMPORTING CO.
LIMITED.
W,  II.  Marshall, Manager
f21mar22 Applicant.
-5atVa..-
NOTICE   OF   CANCELLATION     OF
, RESERVE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the Reserve existing on Detention
Island by reason of a Notice published In the British Columbia Gazette on
the 30th of May, 11112, is hereby can
celled.
R.   A.   RENWICK.
Deputy  Minister (f Lands
Department of Lands,
Victoria, B.C.,
October   10tl),  1914.       o21
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