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PRINCE    RUPERT,   B.   C,   SATURDAY,  MARCH  13,  1915.
i'rwe   5   1'ants.
.*<%_**£W-_.
High-class
Job
Printing
NO.  105.
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British Army Advancing
Against German Lines
On The Western Front
Paris, March 12.—The British
have made still further advances. At
1.85 milos east of Armentierres and
9 miles north of Lille the British
troops occupied the village of Ep-
sinette in the Sector of Neuve Chap-
pelle. The progress of the British
army has been followed up after repulsing two strong counter-attacks,
This army took possession of part
of the German line.
Germans Alarmed,
Amsterdam, .March 12.—The Germans are alarmed by secret reports
reaching them of a huge British
army mussing in the Champagne and
Lorraine districts. London reports
say it is Intended to keep the Germans from strengthening their
forces In   Poland.
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Death of Brother.
Police Magistrate Carss has received the sad news that his brother,
Edward Carss, lias passed away at
Florida.
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YESTERDAY'S  HOC KEY.
* The    result      of    yesterday's
* hockey was   as   follows:    Mon-
* archs,  4;   Winnipeg,  2.
SUITRESS THEATRE WILL
INTRODUCE  MATINEES
This Afternoon the   Playhouse   Will
Be Open to the
Public.
BORN.
/
At (he Marine Station, Dighy Island, on Thursday, March 11, lo Mr.
and   .Mrs.   0_car  Kirkpatrick,   a  son.
The Empress Theatre, which is
maintaining a high-class programme,
is introducing a matinee this afternoon, This will be put on at 2:_0
this afternoon. There will be an entire change of programme for lhe
entertainment.
The theatre management is providing a complete change of programme also this evening. In addition to the moving pictures there is
a first-class orchestra, with vocal selections of the highest order.
March House Furnishing Bargains—Sale Price on Print Linoleums,   15 cents, at George 1). Tite's.
HOW LOCAL MEN        MOUNTED RIFLES
LEFT FOR FRONT!        GIVEN SEND OFF
ACCOUNT   OE   THE    EMBARKING
AT   HALIFAX    OE    PRINCE
RUPERT  CONTINGENT.
Everything   Was  Done  in  the   Most
Orderly  and  Expeditious
Way.
The first detachment of the Second Canadian Contingent to sail
from Canada arrived safely al. Liverpool and Queenstown. Thc steamship Missanabie docked at Liverpool
with a section of the force, while the
steamships Megantic and Southland
put into Queenstown, says the Montreal Star of a few days ago, and
then after the trip was over the paper describes the sailing from Hall-
fax.  It says:
Included in the units carried by
these  three  vessels  were   the    23rd
LATEST CONTINGENT I ROM THE
CITY    LEFT    BY     PRINCE
GEORGE  YESTERDAY.
An  Excellent Hotly1 of Men Left for
the Soulh to Train for
Service.
Yesterday morning at 11. o'clock
the G. T. P. steamer Prince George
carried south about thirty-five splendid northern residents to join the
11th Mounted Rifles, to train in
Vancouver. Tlie names of those wno
left were as follows:
A. L. Murray, W. F. Smith, .Tame.
Smith, A. Lee, G. Barlow, ,lohn
Meany, H. Hunter, Jos. Soutan, Rod
McLeod, M. Anthony, Eldon Duii-
lop, F. G. Scott, H. J. Cooke, Ed.
Grant, A. A. Hunter, Robert Gunn.
D. MeCullough, .1. Flynn, A. Walton,
Westmount Battalion, the 21st Bat-'Hubert Davies, L. Mrl-Iarg, David
tery, Canadian Field Artillery, Mon- R°ss, N. Demers, John McGregor, J
treal, the -2nd Battalion of Wlnni- Elliot, ,1. D. Clark, John Hall, Tom
peg, and Ihe 30th Battalion of Vic- Doherty, W. H. Moore, J. A. Mc-
torla, B. C. I Lean, A. C. Bancroft, J. S. Lewis, C.
Great    secrory   was   observed    In McMillan, F. G. Walsh,
connection   with   the  sailing  of this I     The   men,    who    left    in   civilian
section   of   the    Second    Contingent clothes,   were   paraded     under    the
across    the    Atlantic,'   due    to    theleommand of Lieut.  Bullock-Webster,
blockade    of  the    British    Isles    an-  who is going soulh to join the 47th
Articles Are Added To
Contraband List By
British Government
CANADIANS WENT TO |     ,'0n"""'   "*"*   Vi— T"e  (iovern-
FRONT WITH  LIGHT KITi,"ent  llas announeed    the    following
  articles as added to the   contraband
Letter Received From One of Those "st;     Wool,    woollen   and    worsted
at the Front by (,>u i   Char.        yarns,  wool  tops, nails,  tin, chloride
lolte   Islander.
of  tin,   tin   ore,  castor   oil,   parrafin
wax,    copper,    lubricants,    and    all
Thomas  Deasy,   Indian    agent   on kinds of leather suitable for military
Queen Charlotte Island, has received purposes, foodstuffs, animals.
i letter from Pie. L. Tugwell which
That   hitherto   classed    as    cniidi-
was   written  on  the eve  of  Ins   departure from Salisbury  Plain to the tional coofirtand has been broaden
front. He says in part:
ed   to   include:
Oleaginous    seeds,
"I am writing to say good-bye. lults' kernels, animal and vegetable
We are going across to France to- oils, fats (other than linseed oil)
morrow or the day after. At first weI suitable for manufacture of margar-
shall   probably  be  billetted    in  some I
ine  cakes.
town.  We are just taking  what   we
can carry on our equipment. No kil j The ,;nitel1 Stn,cs is Mkol-v t0
bags are being taken. I sent mine make a Protest against 'this ileci-
home today. ision.
"Capt.   Jenkins   has   gone    to    his!  o	
old regiment  ns a  Major."
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nounced by the Germans on February IS, just four days prior to the
sailing of the contingent. Every
precaution was taken to prevent, the
enemy from learning the movements
of  the  transports,  and  the  first    of-
Suve  Hollars nt    G<
Furniture  Sale—everything reduced,
I). Tite'sjflcia] information of tlie actual departure of the contingent is the bare
announcement   from   the   steamship
GRANBY SMELTER WILL
SOON INCREASE OUTPUT
With A Good Supply Of Water Now
Available Operations Are Being
More Vigorously Pushed—A New
Furnace Nearing Completion
The Granby Company at Anyox 1st Even now the mining end of the
now increasing the output at lhe property is being developed. The
mine and at the smelter. This is
made possible In view of the facl
that there is now an abundance of|ture
water at the works. The winter hu_i
been sucb that there has been i
shortage   of   water   uniil    recently
,1.   11,  Johnson,  of  Fort  George,
Will  Practice al  Fori  George.
Among  the arrivals   by   the   I'rin-
Baltalion in New Westminster training for active service.
With tlie City Band and the Pipers preceding the parade, the men
were marched from Ihe Agricultural
Mall to the wharf. There was an Immense crowd gathered at the wharf
to see the men off. The body was
an   exceptionally  fine    lot    of   men.
IS CHANGED
in
smeller will  be increasing Its output
very  materially  within  the near fu-
companies that these  particular ves- They were cheered  again  and  again
sels have arrived  at   their   destina-'as Ihey left port for the south,
lions.  0	
Considerable anxiety was felt in j\»irp nn CI prTIAlJ
Montreal shipping eireles as to the I V A III Ut EiLli'.. I _.U II
safety of tlle three vessels and the
news of their safe arrival was hailed
with joy today. Thc advices received
by the shipping companies owning
the three vessels do not stale whether any hostile vessels or submarines were sighted.
The detachment was about 4,ono!
strong, and was made up of the foi-!
lowing:
On the steamship Missanabie:
Lieut.-Col. Fisher and staff, and the
2. nl   Baltalion;   Lion!..-Col.  Hall  anil
IT  IS  FOUND IMPOSSIBLE TO
READY  I!V  APRIL THE
TENTH.
is in the city on his way home from|cess Mil-V yenterday was William p.
Victoria. He went south in cpnnec- 'Ogllvie, B. C. L. He Is on his nay to
tion with the incorporation move- Fort George, where he will open a
ment   for   lhe   Interior    city,    which iaw  practice,   Mr,  Ogilvie  lias   been
resulted     In    lhe    incorporation   ol' ... , . , ,
one  oi   the   mosl   promising   of the
Prime George.
younger lawyers in   Vancouver. He
lias decided thai New British Colum.
bia  has great opportunities to offer,
and he lias decided to locate In Fort
George.
Buffets, Iron Reds, Springs, Mattresses, Blankets, Sheets and Pillows
nt March Bargain Priees. George ll
Tito, the Home Furnisher.
Russians Hold Enemy
Well In Check AH
Along Eastern Line
The Day for the Voting Has Not Vel
Been Decided Upon by
Government,
An   announcemenl    front    Victoria
conveys the news   that    the   provin.
Now  .with   the  spring  thawing   the
supply  meets all requirements.
At the works a fourth furnace is
being installed. This Is nearly ready
and in the course of a few days it
will blow in. The output from the
mine and from the smelter will be
.materially  increased,
Firs!   Birth  on  Island.
The birth on Thursday of a son al
the home of .Mr. and .Mrs. Oscar
Kirkpatrick is the first uvent of thai
kind on Dlgby Island. Mr. -Kirkpatrick is a member of the staff al the
.Marine Depot. The child just born
is the only one that has been born
anywhere on the Island as far as
known.
eial election will nol be held on the
date previously set, 1 pill 10. A nev
daio of election lias nol yel been set,
but It will he a little later than that
dale.
The change In date is due to the
facl that it has been found Impossible io he prepared for the election
on April in insofar as having the
loiors lists all printed and ready
for I- n I in I lie many othi r mechanical arrangements thai  are n<
Auxiliary Cruiser Has Been Sunk
London, March 12.—The Vdmiralty announces that (he British cruiser Bayano was lost while it was engaged In patrol duty
The circumstances point to its inning been torpedoed by the
enemy.   Eight officers and  18 men  of the crew  were  rescued   out
of a crow of -10.
;j-ttn-o.. .>_•.■ i.#_w.*._w*-ij*<m^
the right half of the _0th Battalion.
of Victoria,  B.C.
On the steamship Megantic: Col.
Rathbun and staff, and four batteries of the Sixth  Artillery Brigade.
I including  the  i'lst   Battery,   of  Mon
Ureal, Major W. (!. Scully, a battery
from Kingston, and two from T-'reil-
ericton and the Maritime Provin-'--:
the Canadian  .Mounted  Rifles 0f To-
jronio: and No, -I Co, 30th Battalion,
victoria, B.C.
'in  the steamship Southland:  Cpl. sssary for an election.
Cowan and staff, and the 32nd  Bat-1
Itallon, Winnipeg; No. _ Go. 30th
Battalion, Victoria, B.C.
Col. G. P. Murphy of Ottawa was
in charge of the embarking or tho
troops, assisted by Lieut.-Col. Lindsay of the Marine Department. Col,
Lindsay came to Halifax from New-
York on board tlie Megantic.
j     The   flotilla   lefl   Halifax    Monday,
|Fobruary 22, convoyed by the cruis
ers Essex and Gloria, When lho n
sels sailed ll wn I I d thai tl e
i oyage v ould be made in nine day i
but fie general belief was that Hie
fleel would put Into some milel
linven nnd wall a fi w days In oi
io  throw  off  ii- nj    - nei -
ships thai migl I bi   too well in'
I'd as to dale of sailing. II  is probn.
(Continued  on   Page  Four.l
Petrograd, March 12.—In the Sal-      In East Galicia the Cossacks near-
walk!   region   the enemy   Still    holds ly   annihilated   three    squadrons    of
Prussian   Hussars.
Si in n i  and  Augustow, They have as-,
sumed  an  offensive  attitude   In   the
St. Patrick's Day.
■"i;'-'   reS|on-   wher<   tlle   :;   :'i::;     lsj     On   March   17,  St.   Patrick's    Day,
now proceeding. there will be a grand  concert given
in   the    Westholine    Theatre.    Tl e
<>n   the  front   In  lhe   Gorlice Lu]
kow   passes   a   series   of   energetic
programme will be of the usual high
i la 16,
ni.ir-.'f
Ian counter-attacks havi u
coedi il. Parties of the cnem. al
tempted  to   fortify   themselves    b
were annihilated.
March    Furniture  sale   at   Geoigu
II.   Tile's,    all     ilrpui'lllli'lll ..        Keloid
discount,   for rash.
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Empress Theatre
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E I    RDA.   AFTERNOON
Programme    Includes "WHEN THE WORM TURNED";  "SHO'l    fi
iS
IN    THE    E.Vft ITEM ENT";   "THE   RAIDERS"   (two   reels);
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"THEIR GRE \T  BIG    IE ■'" .IFI I.   DOLL."
Voral   Numbers—Good   Orrli  -tia Matinee Prices l"i  and  Lie   '.
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Saturday,  March   13,  191?
PRtNCl   RLPERT   JOOHNAL
prince mptV. journal
Telephone  LIS.
O. H. NELSON. Editor.
Offlce: 128 Third Avenue East,
near McBride Street. Telephone 138;
Postofflce Box  .07.
DAILY   EDITION.
Published    every   morning    except
Monday.  Delivered by  carrier In  the
city at the  following rate, if paid  In
advance:—
One   Year    Jjj.00
Six   Months    •"-";''
Three   Months    *'•-•'
If   not    paid    In    advance,
per  Month    ••"    °
WBEKLY  EDITION
Published  every  Friday  for clrcu-
latlon   outside   the   City   oi    I nnci
Rupert  at   $2.  year, addressed  10   ,-
soldiers said to number 100,000 to
200,000 men, was reported to have
circled around from Archangel
landed in Scottish ports, and been
shipped through at night to reln-
force the British force in France,
originated with Lord Kitchener
himself, according to _ statement
made by a British officer to a correspondent of the Daily  Despatch.
II Is a noteworthy fact that al-
i ho - ■': the myth spread like wildfire through the United Kingdom,
with any number of Witnesses to
swear that they bad sei n and talk
id to ili" Russians, in their native
ress bureau 'lid not
contradiction  for   a
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Product No.
poinis |„ Canada; or $3.00 a.eair to , , d
all points in the United Kingdom,
the United states or othei toreli a
countries.
Dales  Upon  Application
Advertl
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Saturday,
March  13,  1911
I   ■-  Ri     Ian  -'"i   .    tin   Hi |t-
Isli nili'-'T.  was destgni i  to  Im  ri
thi   ;i- iiiKin commanders in Belgiun
and  \o:: hei u   France,  and   to   kee
thi in in fear of a surprise either in
■ " or mi the western Bank,   it
accomplished   its  purpose,    for   this
Iread   was  t eal amoni   I he   German
ifl.  and   aci omits   to   some  exten
,]aj for the retreat of General ion Kluck
from Paris. To give color to tlie report, Lord  Kitchener is said to have
caused  a  hundred   transports   laden
with sundry  goods to be  sent   from
Scottish ports to Archangel after Insuring them  In  Holland.  And  when
a
tho British  troops were moved  from
various  points  in  Scotland   and   the||
Nortli  of  England   to   the   channel
ports  he   ordered   the   blinds   of   the
Contains about 2% lbs.
$1,150
SPLENDID  KOK   PLUMBERS
The sale of Product No. 99 is strictly
confined to the high-class supply
houses. Its cost of manufacture is
therefore not affected by Dept. or
"price cutting store" influence that
so often drives manufacturers to the
use of inferior chemicals aud processes. Nor is the dealer allowed to
reduce the retail price under penalty
of    having    his    supply    terminated.
A POWERFUL SOLVENT FOR
CLOGGED UP DRAM PIPES
"00" destroys accumulations  if  lint,    paper,    cloths,   hair,   slim,',
grease,   vegetables,   -nap,   fruit and many others.   Il  is harmless to
lines plumbing.
DON'T ARGUE DON'T    PIT   OFF TEST    IT
This preparation has been so generally successful in clearing
drains that il is bought over and over again by those who have
tried it, but inasmuch as no on can know l!ie actual condition existing within a pipe, it is absoutely Impossible for the'manufacturer or the dealer to guarantee tfce result.
K&l PRODUCTS CO., NEW YORK
HAR
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Sailings for Vancouver
Victoria and Seattle
S.8.   Prince  George  every   Friday at l> a.m.
S.S. Prune John at 7 p.m. on Sunday,March      11, -8, etc.
For Massett and Port Clements S.S. Prince John 10 p.m.   Saturday,
March   u, _H>, etc.
For Skidegate, Lockepwt, etc., S.S.   Prince John   i I    p.m.    Sunday,
Marcl   7, lil, etc.
Per Stewart and Naas River S.S. Prince John o   a.m.   Wednesday,
March    io, _u, etc.
For Anyox  (Granby Bay)  s.s. Prince George midnight every Wednesday,
G.T.P.   HAH. WAV SCHEDULE
Trains leave Prince Rupert for Prince George, Edmonton, Melville,
Winnipeg, etc., at III n.m., Wednesdays /ml Saturdays, con*
necting  with  trains  foi   St. Paul. Ohlcairo nnd all   points  east.
trains arrive from tlie east on Thursdays and Sundays at 6.80 p,m,
Oil SALE   II.
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DEFEKI-KD  ELE( HON
The  deferring   of   the
election has caused some little excitement among politicians. All
kinds of explanations nave been
manufactured according io the
wishes of the manufacturer. As a
matter of fact, the opposition need
not take any consolation out of tlie
delay. The News in an effort to substantiate a report thai there is a trains to be lowered so as to arouse
most serious situation among the popular curiosity and speculation.
members of   the   Government   cites  0	
THE   RELIABLE   PLUMBER
FOG   THE    BEST  IN  PLUMBING   AND   HEATING    PHONE    IS.)
SfKI'.t.HfrSKI.B.-W-tHJ-IKKW
,W«S<BKHKKKBK«HXi<X^^
the source of Its corresi ond< r.
which gives the sensational information. Because such correspondence
emanates from one who represents
a Conservative paper is to a newspaperman one of the most original
ex', lanations that could be offered.
Newspaper correspondents, as any
newspaperman knows, serve their
em iloyers. When rumors are afloat
as al the present time they will
can-:' lly -- ' I I hese cording to
th.- complexions of the paperB thai
employ them.
When the original date of the
eli tion was announced there wi re
gravi fears fell by those who have
had experienci in such matters that
lh<- lime was too sh,ort to allow the
Ing into effect of all the arrangements for tlie appeal. With a
voters' list for the province to gel
ready, time is a very essential feature li lias been discovered that
the date was placed a little too early
to allow of all the preparations being tarried out. The little delay will
occasion no trouble. The opposition
m;i- resl assured also of the facl
thai it will not result in any breaking up of the Conservative party or
any less vigorous campaign heinc
conducted. The Government will bo
found lo be just as solid as in the
past, and will come back to power
with a mandate to pursue its policy
of progression.
Coal, Cement, Plaster and Brick
AND A COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDERS' SUPPLIES
S.WS ENGLISH ARE
BETTER
MARKSMEN I
German   Soldier   Will   Not   Slay   in
Europe Long If He Survives
the War.
fflOLME LUMBER CO., LTD.
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111-:  IS  CONSISTENT.
In- Kergin, at the meeting of the
Liberal A ociation il Prince •Ruperl nailed for I!"- inirpos ■ of se>
lectin ■ ■ n lldate for all the rid-
in-:,  in the north, di clared i lial
■   thi   Governmenl   should  go
.nn!   ii d    Itself      In.   Kergin  i    com
I me time i hi
repi'i sentative  for   Skeena.    II-
whal  he. now ad    icati       In- hid hlm-
ell
SELECTING A CANDIDATE.
A dozen or more Liberal pollti-
i lans in Prince Ruperl have si oken
ind as a result all i lie Liberali i I
the ridings In the north musl sup-
candidates .-■ i. ■ '"-I for
them. And this I: I he party thai is
supposed i" represent the common
people. And these electors sing in
the words of a Liberal speaker
"Britons novel   can  be slaves."
A  GIIKAT  HOAX.
Tlie famous hoax nf I lie llrsl weeks
ol    he wai    i    en      bo       if Rii  iii  i
Were tiie feelings of the German
soldier to be consulted the war
would soon come lo an end. This
acl Is expressed directly and by
suggestion throughout a loiter Just
1 ed by a naturalized German
citizen resident in Winnipeg from
his brotlier, who has been B
in the trenches since the drsl shot
vat , ■ :. '.' In letti : says: "Believe
ine, if I wanted to write you all 1
have to say and if 1 wire allowed
in do so, 1 could write books full of
it, but ni' course, I have not got the
time for that. In Haybes, on the
Maas, we came the flrsl time in
touch with the enemy, and from
there we went toward Chalons-Sur-
Marne, when we came four times
into action. Further and further we
marched to Viuy La Francois—
where our advance was stopped by
the Frenchmen, and where we had
ii. Buffer an awful shell lire,
"Besides   this,   we   had   very   little
bread, and hardly any water.   In this
region  our   company  had    to    make
their  first  charge  with  lhe  bayonet,
and  I can tell you this is an awfdi
sight,    terrible   to   look    at.    After
eight days lighting we started to retire,   and   wen!   back    as    far
Somme,  where  we  were drawn  Intol
the heavies!  fighting l have ei er - ■
' ii leni ed.      Our    company,     which j
started ,-n  the bi ginning of the war
with  250 men, had onlj   in  men lefl
al ■ -   this battle,
'To .  i-i   i.illc  we mel    ihe   Eng
lish,  h ho _ re bettei   markt men than
the  French] i n.   We arc  just  aboul;
100   yards away   from   the  enemy's|
trenches, and   on   New    Year's    I)
we shouted to them and they shm
''il   back  to  us,  congratulating  each
oilier.
"Believe me, as soon as every.
thing is on-]-, if I am still alive. I
won't be slaying here long. I'll soon
come and join you oul there."
Iron i-ii-: Our prices hit lho low.
est in town. You will save money on
almost every article. Give us a tria
'"'!' i' today. Phone 12:1. Prompl . »
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S.S. VENTURE
Southbound Tuesdays at 8 p.m.
Sailings'for Granby, Simpsoi: and the Naas
Sundays at Midnight
For further particulars apply to
JOHN    BARa\SLEY,   AGENT :: 631 Second Ave., Phone 508
Agency   Atlantic    Steamships.
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Royal Bank of Canada
HEAD    OFFICE:   MONTREAL ESTABLISHED   1800
Capital     S   11,500,000
Reserved   Fund Iji  12,500,000
Tola!   Assets    $185,000,000
Savings Hank  Departmenl—ifl ivill open an account
Branches   Throughout   Canada and Hanking Connections With All
Parts of the I'nited States. Agents Throughout the World.
H.  P. WILSON, Manager        - - Prince    Ruperl    Branch
CLEAN UP AND PAINT UP NOW
O-CEDAR    MOre, O-CEDAR MOP POLISH
ALABAST1NE   SANITARY   WALL   COATING
WATER HOSE, GARDEN TOOLS,  WATERING  CANS
MARTIN-SENOUR  100  PER Cl. .T.  PURE PAINi
PAINT   BRUSHES,  LAWN  MOWERS AND GRASS SHEAR3
CARPET    BEATERS,   GARBAGE  PAILS
WINDOW   SCREENS,  SCREEN  DOORS
—AT THE—
KAIEN HARDWARE CO.,608ThirdAv.
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Prince Rupert Transfer C
-FOR-
Coal, Furniture Moving, Baggage
and Heavy Teaminrt
W. J. CRAWFORD, Manager
Pj-fONE 566 omce and Residence:
1000 THIRD AVE.
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The Morning Journal
50 cents per Month
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Saturday,   -March   13,   191.r..
BOUNSSW NEW
ELFCTOML AREAS
HOW   DIFFERENT    DISTRICTS  IN
THE NORTH ARE NOW
CONSTITUTED.
The, Three   Ridings   That   Are    Must
Directly   In   Touch   With
/ Prince Rupert.
The electoral districts tinder'the
new redistribution Include the following, which are of special Interest
here:
Prince Ruperl Electoral District.
Thai tract of land comprised within the following boundaries:—Commencing at a point-on the one hundred and I .venty-h'fth meridian of
longitude where it is intersected by
the (ift.v-llrst parallel of latitude:
thenee north along the said one hundred and twenty-fifth meridian to
the fifty-third parallel of latitude:
thence west along the said fifty-
third parallel lo the intersection of
the summit of the Cascade Range of
mountains; thenee north-westerly
along the summit of the Cascade
Range to its intersection with' the
fifty-fourth parallel; tbence northeasterly around the headwaters ol
the Zymoet. or Copper River; thence
north-westerly to the south-east cor.
ner of Lot 2420, Cassiar Dislrict;
tlience northerly along the east
boundaries of Lots 2420, 2381), and
831,   Cassiar  District,  to  the
| i
easterly to a point on the north bank thence east along   said flfty-sevenin
of the Skeena River due   south   of parallel  to   the   one   hundred    and
the south-east corner of Lot   2120,! twenty-fourth    meridian    of    longi-
Cassiar District; thenee due north toitude;  thence south along   said   one
the  said  south-east   corner   of   Lot i hundred and twenty-fourth meridian
2129;  theme north along   tlie   east to the fifty-fifth parallel of latitude;
boundaries of Lots 2129, 1328,   and thence  west   along   said    fifty-fifth
2397, Cassiar District, and continu-  parallel   to   the   one   hundred   and
ing due  norlh  on a straight line to twenty-fifth   meridian   of   longitude;
the height of land between the wa-! vestigate. A mine may cause an offers Mowing into Skeena River to casional disaster, bul that is all.
the south and those (lowing into thej The power to co-ordinate naval   ad-
Nass River to the north lo tlie head-
waters of Kitsuingallum River;
thence south-westerly on a si raisin
line to a point in the centre of the
channel between Sornerville island
am!  the  mainland;   thenc     westerly
vantages belongs to the nation
whicli has the fleet, in all departments, actively at work in the open
seas. Germany, lacking thai power
has attempted to assume It by
si retching (tin   rules of « arfan
tlie height of land between the Kis-< tlience south along said one hundred: to  the  International   Boundary-line; the  breaking  point  In  order
piox and   Kitwanga   rivers;   Whence and twenty-fifth meridian to the fir-:tlience northerly alon    laid interna- commodate deficiencies;
north-westerly along the said height i ty-third  parallel  of latitude:   thence tlonal  Boundary-line    to   the   north  Britain  and   her allies  possess   thai
of land to the height of land between j,west along said lil'ty-Hiird parallel to boundary   of  the    province;    th  _nd   now,   U<   i   inj
the  waters flowing  Into the   Skeefia.the suniniii of the Cascade Range ofjeasterly along said northern  bound-, lias  presented  them  with  the
River on the east and tbe Nass River mountains,   being   a    point    on    ilK-jary  to  lb,?  ; oin    ..if -,.,„ u-emeni.itunily   to   make   the   mosl    effective
on (lie west, being ;. point on theieasterly boundary of the Prince Ru-Jshall constitute one electoral district use of It. Free from the embar-
southern boundary of the Atlin Elec- pen Electoral District, hereinafter'to be designated as "Atlln Electoral rassmenl of neutral protests with
toral   District,   hereinbefore   descrlb- described;  thenee following the said District," and return one member.      which, bul  for the German blunder,
ed;   ihence south-westerly aloii"; the easterly boundary of (he said Princ--  o  they   would   be  deluged,   the   allied
southerly  boundary  of  die  said   At-. Rupert Electoral Distriet t"b its inter- j |',-;-■"•('>■ ;j BJU   TAAl/ ernments are  thus  placed in  I
lin Electoral Districl  to the Interna-1section. wi$h   the  easterly  boundar
tional Boundary to the west.-;!.'  siiieof the Atlin Electoral Distriet. hereof ' Dixon   B  '    hence   souther- inbefore   described;   thenee   norther-
Engines   Installed   aud    General
Repairs
Oxy-Acetylene   Plain    In    Connection
Phone Red   156 Third Avenue
y|D_\HAlr.   iUvIV imost desirable position  possible   for
LOGICAL COURSEenforciDe ■ * •«" Moek.de
J. H. HILDITCH
Contractor and BuiJdei
Estimates given on all classes of
work, whether small or large. Per.
eonal attention given to every Item,
PHONE GREEN 32]
FREDERICK  PETERS, K.C.
Barrister, Solicitor and Notary Publli
Office Iu
EXCHANGE  BLOCK
ly   and   easti :;:
id   the'westily along the said easterly   boundary
[coast of Queen Charlotte Islands to of the Atlin Electoral District to the
the intersection of ihe one hundredipoint of commencement, shall c6n-
aiid twenty-eighth meridian with the stitute one electoral district, to be
fifty-first parallel of latitude; thenci 'designated as "Omineca Electoral
easterly along Hie said fifty-first j District," and return one member,
parallel of latitude to the point of I
commencement, shall constitute one!
electoral district, to be designated as
"Prince Rupert Electoral District,"!
and return one member.
Atlin   Electoral   District.
That    tract    of    land     comprised
within  the  following   boundaries: —
j Commencing at a point on  the sixtieth   parallel of latitude,  being the
Omineca   Electoral  District. j northern   boundary  of  lhe    Province
Thai trad of land comprised I of British Columbia, where same is
within the following boundaries:—iintersected by the one hundred and
Commencing at a point on the fifty-1 twenty-eighth meridian'of longitude;
seventh parallel of latitude where it thence south along said meridian .to
the    one    hundred    and the  fifty-sixth   parallel  of   latitude;
south intersects
bank  of the  Skeena  River;    thence twenty-eighth meridian of longitude; ] tlience westerly and southerly along
THE     VIRTUAL     BLOCKADE     Ol
ENEMY'S   TERRITORY   IS
CORIU5CT ONE.
m
For the Household
Delivered to your kitchen
door, like groceries
weise
175,000,000 Bottles Yearly
That was the demand for Budweiser last
year.
The Anheuser-Busch Plant covers today
more than 142 acres—equal to 70 city
blocks. It gives steady employment to
6,000 people, and to 1,500 more in its
branched.
Every process, every room, is Immaculate.
Every bottle is Pasteurlz. d find I ted.
This Quality-Plant, started nearly 50 years
ago, is a mode! of modern facilities.
The hundreds of visitors who \.',o thro
every day know that nothing of Its  kind
could be made any better than Budweiser.
Anheuser-Busch, St. Louis
TVie Largest Plant of Its Kind
in the World
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=?u_l __-_.». f\3-_m_Vc:*---_-T--^'^Or^S*-      'V"   -r~)        \ir\(Y*& i .   till
Sortie of the Principal
Buildings
iniiiii
il Is the railing of the Bluff  of the
Gerpian  Dully iu This
Connection.
Declaration by Great Britain of a
virtual blockade of the coasts of
enemy countries is the natural answer to Germany's attempl io enforce by vicious measures a blockade
of the British coast. Great Britain
accepts Germany's challenge, if she
did not act as she has acted, she
wou'd demonstrate to the world her
prostration before the German bully,
says the Montreal  Mail.
Great Britain and her allies control by far the greater part of the
world's effective sea power. Germany's Quixotic attempt to enforce
by death-dealing submarines alone,
a blockade of the British coast was
therefore impudent to the point of
madness. It was a gratuitous insult that bit deeply into lhe British
consciousness of superior sea power,
f Great Britain required an excuse
to launch at Germany's throat her
moSt effective war measure, Ger-
many supplied it to' the last £.x-
treine by attempting to enforce a
blockade which involved the heart-
murder of Innocent non-com-
: il  nt: .
The British grj -, therefore, Is
tightened. With a conscience al rest,
8real Britain turns to war measure8(i
which are, in fact, reprisals. If the
phase of the war which ensues Is
bitter and strenuous, involving hardship or discomfort fo neutral :>."■
:. the onus of blame rests upon
Germany and nol Great Britain
Germany has blundered again. Ilei
unexampled egotism has betrayed
her Into the, hands of her enemies,
If he has nol ai ted so as to end the
vtrar as speedily as possible she is
guilty of an action as senseless ana
purposeless as il is vicious, By exercising the last full measure of her
naval strength, with a cruel di.ro-
gai il of i he lav a of warfare and hu-
I enemy coasts.
Since the start of the present war
Gi rmany's incompetent diplomacy
has been the jest of students of government (he world over. It launched
her upon her reckless course of
war fa ri without a minimum of the
advantages,she might have acquired.
Against the background of Per military  efficiency  her  diplomatic   force
DR. G1LROY, DENTIST
Crown  and  Bridge  Work  a
Specialty
Oilice:   Smith    Block.   Third   Avenue
A. FAULDS, N.I. M.E.
Consultiig Mining lOngincer
E. animations   and    development    of
Coal, Metal, Oil, Etc.
stood out as ridiculously Inadequate 709 Dunsmnli  St.      Vancouver, B.C.
as   her    effective    naval    efficiency.  ■ '	
What turned her Into a wrong ff ■ 11\ V\_% YfiOIKf*
course at the start has now hurried ffiAlK-U.f-._L-L. iMNll
her   along   a   mischievous    and    or- -   W_ m v\ f. /> r» rt
roneous course towards the finish. I jfl ZvJL villJ.
.Massage,    .Manicuring,   Scalp   Treatment, Elecliic Treatments, Etc.
Mrs.   N. ti,  Hnndasyde, Prop.
211 Third St. PRINCE RUPER1
REGD1ENTAL ORDERS.
68th Regiment  Marl Grey's Own •
Rifles. *
ORDERS by .Major J. II. Mc- *
Mnllin, Commanding, March ?,, *
1915: *
Parades—"A"   Company   will  •
parade at the Exhibition Build- '
tags on Friday, .larch (lie 12tli,  "
at  7:45  p.m. <
i
"B"  Company  will   parade  at
the     Exhibition     Building      on
Thursday,  March   1 Ith,   al   7: 15   :
p.m. i
W.  S,  MARSHALL,  Lieut.       !:
Acting Adjutant.
LIQUIDATORS' SALE
OF CENT.'S FURNISHINGS
BOOTS, SHOES, Etc.
P.O. Boi 1714 Telephone 44.
RITCHIE,   AGNEWI  &   CO.
Civil Engineers and Surveyors
Prince  Rupert,   R.C.
Waterworks, Water Power, Wharf
.onstruction, Reports, Plans, Domin-
on and   Provincial  Land  Surveying,
fllecLric Blue Printing, Negatives and
White  Prints
Plune Blue \i'i        Res. Phone .'!!U
Ci. T. P. CARTA.IK AGENTS
331 SECOND AVENUE
JINGLE P6i COAL
If handled  by  us. Ail orders rerelv.
inooii'i attention   Phone Ni
Phone   93
''.)).   Box
Re
II.  Hoffman,  I'i inn
signed.
Rupert,   As
FOR SALE BY TENDER Stool
consisting of Boots, Shoes, Hats,
Suits, and Gents'  Furnishings, all in
maniiy, she has compelled tbe exercise on Hie part of her stronger
enemy of the fullest measure of a
sea power Infinitely more romps,
tenl  than lier own.
A  submai In - may sink, an   occasional   ■ ; h,    as   a    -
cannol  seize or stop to   In-
first-class order. The slock and slock
sheets can be Inspected al the
on Second Avenue, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday,
9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th March
respectively, between the hours of
10 and noon each day, Tenders to
lie in hands of Ligutdator, James
Roy, Pacific Building Hastings St.
.v., Vancouver, li. c, by noon
l-Iardi  16th, 1915.
Pacific Cartage Limited
Genera!   T;-- mjng
Furniture  Moving  a  Specialty.
When you 'buy COAL buy the BEST
— Ladysmith   Lump  or  Comox
Washed   Nut.
PRINCE RUPERT IMP. CO.
Distributors PRINCE RUPERT, B. C.
'^iiiiii'
Notice Is hereby gli en thai on i lie
ir.t  day  nf  April   nexl    application
will  be  made to  the superintendent
ui     Provincial    Police   ami   to   the
Board of Llci use Commissioners foi
the City   of   Prince Rupert for per
mission   to change  the  Bite  of   the
wholesale liqtloi'   business now   car
ried mi by tin  undersigned company
from  Its present   premises,   namely
Lots  IG and  17, Block   1 I, Seel ion  1
situate mi  Second  Avenue,   City   of
Prince   Rupert,   to premises   situate
on  Lots  15 and  10, Block  32,   Sec-
lion  1, on Fraser Street, in the City
of Prince Rupert.
Dated this 27th of February, A.D
1915,
Beaver Wholesale   Liquor   Compan,
of  Prince  Rupert,   Ltd.
!Si iar28 ('.   A. SWEET,   ll   ■
HE  HIGH  COST OE   LIA ING   111
DlTKl) RY BL'.TNG Villi;
Besl  Quality   Domestic   Lump   Coal
Pel Tou
Res!   Quality   Washed    NiM  ( oal
$8.7..  Per Tou
- delivers!?
—thi:—
Union  Transfer  Co.
Prince Rupert, B.C., Phone 311
The Queen Charlotte
Oil Fields Limited
Office will open today iu Law-Outlet
Building foi  sale of a limited
amount   of   Treasury   Stock
GEO.  F.   MACIIOV-LII,   8ec.-Ti.3ns,
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.
HAYNER BROS
Pioneer Funeral Directors and
Embnlmcrs      Open    Dnj    and
Night.     Ladies'    Assistant     In
Attendance,
INE 86.    710 'I HIRD AVE.
-.-«_M. tiME'i
Prince'* Rupert Journal
SOc. per Month
aao*rtiMioa04O44»Cr04aGa0&a0OO400O4444<HteO4a +   -oixh.-_h.-c
6    A. E. lined, President J  S. Pearce, Manager
!   THE PRINCE RUPERT SASH
I AND DOOR COMPANY LTD.
$ MANUPAC-XflMlRS
a    DOORS,  SASH,   MA.VI'-JOS,  MO I __OINl,S,     SOROIJ    ...VI     BAND
0    SAWING. AND ALL KINDS Of   I' LNLSltlMS,   :',.'.'..!•:    AM)   OP-
PICE I'l.vi  iiks, notes ki.msi      upboial' .
2    I' nKiry mid Offloei Si-touI.1  Avel '       U^r-      oi      i'-irclr
5    Telephone 21. P-O,  Box _■-.        ""~.. ■   B.C.
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Saturday,   March   13,  191c
PRINOE   RUPERT   JOURNAL
RICH  SILVER  DISCOVERY
MADE AT I OM) DU LAG
One   Estimate  I*  Thul    Assay   Lives
Value ut 1.11,1)00 Per
Ton.
For : "'a,- months :-...: i ros] ect'lni
■   ■        from   Urltii     I olunibl       u I
ol lei   parts, one backed  by   a   com-
PHOf.E 554
P.O. BOX 60
FOR
APERHANGING
AIN~ING
OLkiHlNG AND
WALL TINTING
HIGH-GRADE   INTERIOR
DECORATING    A    SPECIALTY
Martin Swanson
SE0ONH AVE.
3440444000444 <f9
CANADIAN STEAM I
LAUNDRY
NOW OPEN FOR  BUSINESS
ftlnitest and Approved Melhods
llOnly   Skilled    Operators   Em-
ployed
GRANITE
IRA-MITE  of  best  quality  ami  thoroughly  tested   for  sale
Cut Stone or Crushed  Ruck  in
Qnantiti«s
. KIL .1. McLEOD      I'd  fireen 217
~QCEA¥nsif ~co7~
*i>csh Fi.h Arriving Every Day
-itsliln Oiders Promptly Attended Tojl'any    of    Eng'l
  [been examining  tlie strata  of   Pond
PHONE BLUE 2311 i:-   '■ '■   '':,';'   Athabasca,  and  now,
n I .graj :- a cm respondent, certain
facts I a i-e been <!< monstrated th ,i
point to a vast discovery of silver
in that part of the northwest.
. iwing how ". • It :" be de
celved by reports of mineral discoveries, l have refrained from communicating sooner tlie evidence thai
I now believe can lie relied upon.
My main authority, apart from
the faci thai a Mr. Dardter is now
on his way to England will) .samples
of what have been found, is Mr.
J-SAR-McB-RID-! Colin Fraser, one of lhe oldest in-
habitants in Northern Alberta, ana
not given.to hot-air descriptions of
anything he meets with. He maintains that the ledge of silver is at
least three feet deep and three miles
long and richer than that of Cobalt.
1 have seen samples of the silver
attested as having been extracted
from the grade. A leading citizen
here had samples assayed in Hie
United Stales. The report is to hand,
ave  also  seen,   the   sub-
GOVKI.NMENT WEATHER
REPORT.
I'urni ,fi"<l   by   h.   W.    HHtwliBt;.
For  .4 hours ending 5 p.m.
-March  1_.
I!ar. reduced  lo sea level..
Higlu s:   temperature   	
Lowest  temperature   	
Rain   	
'   DISSOLUTION   NOTICE.
TAKE  KOTIOH  that  the  firm
lliioliie. Agnew £ Co. has been   dis
solved upas the 31st. iow ot ..snunw
A. D. 1915, aad Uai all acaoutus ow
ing to the firm  ttHI  be eoll»»ted   _y
NAVIGABLE     WATERS     PROTMC-
,    TION ACT.
IL S. O. Chapter 115.
1*e Itupav-al Oil Company hereby
£■>« nolloe ffli. I it has under Section 7 of the above Act, deposited
wit. the Ministoi- of Public Works at
Ottawa, and in the office of tho Dis-
20 I'L  Fred  Ritchie,   for  ihe  benefit   of (trie* Haaiatwu- of tho Prince Rupert!
JL_____  Raslntration  District at  Prince'
.la
,42
the  partners,   aud   that  all   accounts •;
lowing by  tho  firm  will  be   paid   by
f-«_V«-t,   B.8.,   a   description    of   t__e|
•ike a»d  die  inltwis of the wharf and]
HOW LOCAL MEN
LEFT POR Till: FRONT
(Continued from Pago   One.)
the said J. Fred Ritchie,   on aocoun   £?£'°"clI •*3,*?d   to    ""    b"i!l    '"
Pi-Baee   Ruiiest   Harbor,   British    Co
ot l.lie Arm. Dated at Prince Rupert
pUB-Ul.
B.C., this 4th day of February, A. B W*<*    «  ■ a.aeer4t»g   te   regiatere*
Iia   »f  the 7ovTS£Jle    of   tlie    said
1915. -.a -       -•      '
J.     FRWD   I.ITCMW-.
A. H. WRIGHT.
('. T.  Heward   (witness to both   sic
natures). :'."_. »r8
bb    i i.aI  a  lew  days  were spenl    in
ibis  way, as  the  time  from  the    ... -  Pke6n,,  ]j*ni   Di,,rict   ~  IMetri<'   ""
I.ml  dale of sailing  from  Halifax to Queon  OharlWta  Islands
the dale of arrival on the otlier side
TAKH  NOTICE   -_s_t   Andrew   W.
Ma«i____.-,   nf   Prtne*   Rupert,   B.   0.,
ocenpntlon  Oari«*nt_M    intends to apply   far   n*r____M_i»n   to   prospect    fer
Icsal sus-l  »«t_.o_e___  aver the fellow-
cess of loading. As the Irains arrived Ing   deecrilwd   !___<_    on    the    Weet
feast   ol    (Irak a   lull Una
is somewhat long.
Quick work was made of the pro-
I
.-.I
Note   our   address:
MATH   AVENGE   WEST
Phone us and ive will call for a g
trial   bundle 2 I which   I
01
I stance of  which  is that the   proportion  of  silver  is   equal    lo    .11,000
per  ton.
I have had a conversation with a
gentleman who is familiar with the
ground. For obvious reasons he
will nol at present give publicity to
his name. It is his deliberate opinion   thai,   another  Klondyke   lies   in
Capt. J. McGee f «•« m-*"*.
The manager of a large firm in
Edmonton has just spent $..,000 in
exploring the ground and he is putting a much larger sum into an enterprise for the development of his
interests, lt Is also well known that
Mr, .1. Devlin, than whom is nn
surer prospector, is organizing a
gang of miners to leave Athabasca
at an early date with the object or
developing interests in which he and
others are Interested.
Several parties have left (he
landing this week for the lake and
a number of leading citizens whose
names 1 can furnish have also taken
mi stakes by proxy, and there is
every indication that something in w|10 n
the nature of a
Phone No. 8 g
Canadian Steam Laundry    2
CM_-a-fr»-Aon-irv.^ _i«iKHm___iiwwKHKi_H>
AWtKHKHJIKHKKHKI4"-WW. W-W0
;. J. McGee"
M.M.S.-I
Masters and Mates prepared
for examination. Compass mi-
jii.i  .'.
Phone Red 503
"NAUTICAL   ACADEMY"
Helgerson  Block, opposite
Royal   Hotel
h_HWtW4Wl_4W_Wft<BWS
IK.iWiWlW*iW'WiWW..-_m*W_HWa
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
For Rent
REASONABLE    HATES
they pulled into the sheds and the
men were taken direct to the wharf
and wenl aboard. The Megantic contingent were passed on board at the
rate of 400 in eight minutes. This
vessel was the first lo arrive at Halifax, and she pulled out into the
stream on the evening of Sunday,
February 21, with her complement.
The .Missanabie left three-quarters
of an hour later, while the Southland, which did not arrive until Monday morning, pulled away at 1
o'clock Monday afternoon.
The   two  cruisers    were   awaiting
tlie other vessels Just outside, and it
Coast of -..akam island: Comment-
in ,•: at a peei planted sue mile nortJi
r.mi liwo alias Ma. ot tke nor.!.--_-_.
coruer af Lot 1435!, thenee north IQ
chains, thence west s. ckain_, tksaM
south SO eh bIh« thenc* east J.
chains to peint of eo_oni»nee«i»Bt,
containing 840 acres more or Ism.
..N_>RJ...' W. Mad.BAN.
flS A-f-M-i.  Peter  Piomko
Date  located,  Slrd  Deoemker,  1»14
Skeena Land  Distriet — District ef
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICJB that Andrew W
MaeLean, of Prince Rupert, B. C.
occupation Carpenter, intends to apply for permission to prospect for
coal and petroleum over the following described lands on the W«_i
Coast of Graham  Island:   Comment.
i or
J
onl
Grout     of     W-_._ei_i_.pnt
«|f  P__neo  Rupert  deposited    in
(Ike a.'oi'n*. ig Land Registry Office
as Nn. 928.
DND TUKS NOTICE tbat alter
the -_n.r_-N.ep of one month from
tha diuto ot ti.. Bnrt pabBoatitn af
thi- natfloa, itie said Imperial oil
CcniH-ay will tniltr Section 7 of the
*oU __« *.>.iv hi the Minister of
_P-ikM» Wo.Hm *' hl« office in the City
oi Mim ter e»;._-»»_l of the said
i__to U- plans Mid for leave to colitis said  VT-.M11 and  hpiumbcIi.
BAIHl* at Prtaee Kb part, B.C..,
^kis 2&_ tap; of February, A. 1).
"^'W. im-tt
TW-K U*l-«KtlAL OIL COMPANY.
NOTICE  is  hereby givim that   on
the 23rd day of March next applica
tion  will be made to   the   Superlr:
tendent of  I'rovincial  Police  and   to
the   Board   of  License-    Commissiont
ers for the Oity of Prince Rupert fo|
liormiasion to remove the license fo
the sale of liquor by wholesale fro
the premises known as Lets  15 and
16, Block 32, Section   1, situate
Frazar  Street  in  the  City of  Princ
Rupert,   to   the   lands   described    a.
Lots 1» and .0, Block 23, Section 1
on Third Avenue in the said City o
Prince Rupert.
DATED   tills   2(11 li   day  of    Febru
ary, 1915.
PRINOE  RUPHRT  IMPORTB-O CO.
LiMITrtn.
\V.  II. Marshall, Ua__nger
f21a_ar22 AppUnant.
•TN0PIH8      W
©GAL      MINW.0
_ A TIONS.
was  rum,ored   that   the   steamships !Bg at a post planted one mile north
and their convoy would proceed
down the coast a few miles and
spend several days at anchor before
starting  on   ihe  Atlantic  voyage.
As the men were marched from
tlie sheds to the steamships each
was given a ticket containing Hie
number of his berth, and full Information a. to his place on shipboard. In ibis way there was no delay, and the work of loading went
forward without a hitch.
NIIOIJM LIITi: PROVES
and two miles east of the north-east
corner of Lot 2435, thence north SO
chains, thsnee east 80 chaias, thenee
south SO chains, thaucu west SO
chains, to point of commencement
containing il .0 acree more or lese.
ANDRHW W. MacLHAN.
[1S Agent,  Peter  Piombo
Date located, 23rd December, 1914.
THi.
Condnentai Trust
Company
«*!. O0t 400O0O0O00044440
4
The
Skeena Land  District — District  of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICB that Andrew W
MaeLean, of Prince Rupert, B.C., oc
•upation Carpenter, intends to apply
or permission to prospect for coa
and petroleum over the following de
scribed lands on the West Coast of
(iraham Island: Commencing at a
post planted two miles north of (lie
north-east corner of Lot 2433, thence
\  D1.SIIIA1ILI. CAMP north   SO   chains,   thence   east   80
  chains,    thence     south     SO    chains,
thence west SO  chains to   polat   of
Local  Contingent    in    England'commencement, containing K40 acres
more or less.
ANDREW   W.   MacLEAN.
f 18 Agent, Peter Piomho
Has   Ideal    Plan
Train.
The lour thousand men of the :-co-
ond    Canadian    expeditionary    force
ave reached  England and are
The Morning Journal
50c. per month
rush  will take place quartered at Shorncliffe Camp found
frora (1,is aistrict. |lt a blg injprovemenl over Salisbury
While the poinl of embarkation plllin> .„„, tne „„,„ wil] b,
is from Athabasca Landing, it is necessary lo emphasize the fact that
tlle locality of the discovery is In
Saskatchewan, and that to reach the
spot dog trains from Fort Mc.Mur-
ray will be necessary.
Drapery 1 mils,' Curtains, Poles.
Carpets and linns—_!_i per cent, dis-
counl at George I). Tile's.
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RII PERT MARINE IRONWORKS AND
SUPPLY CO, LIMITED
WATERFRONT,   PlilNf.'    RUPERT
BNGINI.ERS,   MACHINISTS  AND    HAOH1NER1     C9NTRACT0IIS
Spc 'iulists In Marine Power Plants, Oil, Strum or Gasoline.
IS. C. i "iisi Agents for the I5_l<isli Kromhout floini-Diesol Oil F_n-
gino—the most reliable and economic..], and the cheaposi
poiwr for fishing boats, i u;s and passenger v.  s Is.
Standard Gas ISnglne Company's Engines and Pari* m stock.
'dtei&ias&Bi,
*la.
H,- i
tow.
D. C.   Wood   I".iIIoks.
liuttorios,  llynamos and
Steel, Iron,       Is,  Wire Hope, Ualala   Beltin
Ooltlmti  oi   lIroii/.e   Pi .ipelli'i-M, Storngt
Marine  Accessaries,
Repairs—First-class equipment and  staff   for    machine   nn
repairs.
P.O. BOX SIS
.ship
more
comfortably quartered than the Canadians who came across in October.
The camp at Shorncliffe is within a
mile of the railway station and is
loeated on dry soil. There' are
paved roads and sidewalks and there
are brick huts to quarter the troops.
The camp Is also within easy reach
of Folkestone, one of the most pleasant and picturesque seaside resorts
in England, li is here that Col
Peek and the Prinee Rupert members of Hie 30th Paltalion are quartered.
Although the arrival of tlle contingent was quietly effected, the
Canadians were given an enthusiastic reception when ihey reached
Liverpool on Thursday night, lhe
| welcome being nil Hie more hearty
because thc appearance of the troopships dispelled the rumors frpm hostile sources The movement of (lie
troops from I lie port to Hie camp
was begun on Friday, and by midnight on Satiirday the last of lhe
troops Pad reached Shorncliffe.
The health of the men on the voyage is reported to have been excellent. On one of the ships a grand
military athletic tournament was
held during the voyage. Some of tlie
men seem to fear that they will nol
get. a chance to go to the fionl like
Hi" lirst Canadian contingent. This
Is caused by the belief thai tlie war
will be over before their period of
training in England is completed.
Date located,  2.'!rd  December,  1914.
Skeena Land District — District of
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
' TAKE XOTICE that Andrew W.
MaeLean, of Prince Rupert, B, C,
occupation Carpenter, intends to apply for permission lo prospect for
eoal and petroleum over the following described lands on West Coast
of Graham Island: Commencing at
a post planted two miles north of
the north-east corner of Lot 24.15,
thence north 80 chains, thence west
80 ebains, thence south 80 chains,
thence east SO chains, to point ot
commencement containing 640 acres
more or lass.
ANDRHW   W.   MacLEAN.
f 1 8 Agent,  Peter  Pionibo.
Date  located,  23rd   December,   1914
•al Mtalag rights or the Domln-
__» in Ut__It_-l.il. Saskatchewan aad
Alberta, tke Yukon Territory, the
Wmatfmmmt Te^rMorles and a portion
a. the Proi-tace of British Cslunibi. ,
_«ay ke leasei for a terna of twen-
■tr-ome remit at an annual rental of
♦1 par aara. Not more than 2,560
acres will be leased to one applicant.
Applica-iens for a lease must be
Made ky the applicant In parson to
the Agent or 8ub-Agent of the district in whioh the rights applied for
are sltustec.
Ia »urvena«l territory the land
must ke deaoribsal by sections, or
legal subdirieiona af sections, and
ln unsac.»ye<l territory the tract applied for .kail be staked out by the
up3-lica.it   himself.
Baafc application must be accompanied ky a fee ef $5, which will be
rerfunde* tf tibe rights applied for
are not available, but net otherwise. A reyalty shall be paid qn the
>n_ero_ia*tak!e eutput of the mine at
the rate of Are oents per ton.
The person operating the mine
shell furnisb the Agent with sworn
returas accounting for the full
quantity of mercbantakle coal mined
an/ pny the royalty thereon. If the
coal mining rights 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 to purchase whatever available surface rights may be
considered necessary, for the working of the mine it the rate of $10
Per acre.
For full in forma I ion application
should bo made to the Secretary nf
the Department of the Interior, Ot
tawa, or to any Agent or Sub-
Agent of Dominion Lands.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy Minister of the Interior
K4PN.MB   OIf   OA!\0._l!«_,A'FI..N ■ OF
KKWiRV*-.
NOTlffE IS MHEBBY GIVEN that
*ke Rtuerre e*i_.ini: oa Detention
aad by reason of a Noli*., published in tke British Columbia. 8osette on
the 30th of May, 1912, is hereby can
celled.
R.  A.  RHNWICK,
Deputy Minister (f Lauds
Department of Lands,
Victoria, B.C.,
October  10th,  1914.       o2 1
Look  for  the   Red   Tug   Prices   at
George I). Tile's Furniture Sale.
Daily Journal
50c per month
TELEPHONE 313
IWUHWCHW0 .HWfriW40_WiWlWO(n»90OttOi-D*&_K(<ii3<lU_WiWi. _H_Oo
Advertise in The Journal,
lioyal Naval Oollego of Canada.
The next examination for the entry of Naval Cadets, will be held at
the examination centres of the Civil
Service Commission in May, 1815
successful candidates joining the col
lege on or about 1 si August. Applications for enlry will be received up
to 15th April by Hie Secretary, Civil
Service Commission. Ottawa,' from
whom blank entry forms can now be
obtained.
Candidates for Hie examination In
May next must be buiween the ages
of  fourteen  and  si..lx>H.i  on   the  1st
| July, 1815,
Furihar details can be oblainod on
npplle.t.ion to the iindorsigtied.
0.  .1.  D13S13ARATS,
. eputJ.  Minister of the Naval    Service
Department of the N'nvnl Service,
Ottawa. .Icnuary 8th,  1815
Unauthorized   pui.l_cat.oii    of   this
adTPrtjIseiiiciil will not be paid for.—
TSH.BS. ja28
JAMES GILMORE
ARCHITECT
Second  Ave.        ,    Near  McBride St
HOTEL DIRECTORY
Members of tire Prince  Rupee
Licenced Vintners' Association
WINDSOR   HOTEL
Cor. of Plrst Ave. and  l.iglith  St-
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Firsl Ave. and Seventh St.
Kiiiopciin   a_ui   American   Plant
It 1.00 to $2.50 Per Day
Peter Ulnck., Prop.
KNOX  HOTI.L
Firsl    Ave.    Between    Eighth    nnd
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i.m-ipi-iiii   I'i.'Wi.    KllK-s   -"He   to   $1.0!.
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