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Array The Journal
*5 00
a year
High-class
Job -
Printing
VOL. V.
PRINCE    RUPERT,   B.   C,   SATURDAY,  APRIL 17,  1915.
Price  5   Cents.
-NO.  133.
EL1NS MAKE THIRD RAID IN ENGLAND
S DROPPED IN RETALIATION ON
Third Zeppelin Raid
Has Been Made Upon
England By Germans
HOW im LIBERALS   JFARM LANDS TO BE     Bomb Dropping Active
WOft ED THE GRAB
London, April IC—Thc third Zeppelin raid of the last few days was
made over Kent today. Faversham
and Sittingbourne were bombarded
by bombs with little damage and no
loss of life.
That great activity exists at the
German airship bases of Emden and
Cuxhaven is reported from Holland.
Special police were called for duty
tonight. Three Zeppelins were seen
over the Dutch Islands in the Nortli
Sea, flying westward.
Count Zeppelin Is conducting the
movements of the air-craft at Cuxhaven.
PROMINENT VISITOR
COMES TO CITY
REV. DR. MOORE OP THK METHODIST CHURCH TO PREACH
SUNDAY.
He Will Also Address a Public Meeting on Monday  in   the
Church.
SECdWi FISH BOAT
FROM HAYSPIRT
THE  COMPANY  THERE  EXPECTS
TO     HANDLE   CONSIDERABLE   TONNAGE.
Two  Vessels Will  Be   Kept   Busy—
Will   Undertake Mild Curing
of Salmon.
There has arrived in the cily one
of the general conference oflleials ol
the Methodist Church, Rev. T. Allien Moore, li. I) He holds in that
Church the oflice of superintendent
of the Social Service Department,
aud in carrying out the duties of his
oflice visits every pari  or Canada.
He went on to Port. Simpson last
evening,' bin will return today and
occupy tbe pulpit of the local
church on Sunday. At the suggestion of the clergy of other denominations it. has been arranged also
thai Dr, Moore shall address a meeting in lhe church on Monday cven-
Ing alenir the lines of soeial problems which lhe churches have to
face.
Dr. Moore is a man of wide syin-
pathiss and is popular throughout
the eonntry. Ile is a brother of II.
P. Moure, proprietor of the Acton
Free Press of Ontario, and lho Dot-
tor himself has served in Hie newspaper Held before entering I ho
Church,
Blair Fleming, a well-known traveller, is in il.., city, arriving yesterday afternoon by the Princess May.
The second of the fishing boats
from the Haysport Cold Storage will
go out to the tishing banks today.
With two vessels in the business it
is the expectation of the company
that at least 120 tons will be
handled a month. Situated on the
line ot the G. T. P., tiie facilities for
shipping will be llll that can be asked for.
The manager of the company, Mr.
Ilraney,  has  been  in  the city for   a
SHADY   TRANSACTIONS    OF   11111
LATE    GOVERNMENT   UNEARTHED AT OTTAWA.
Partisan Officials of tne Laurier Administration .Aided in lhe
Work.
OFFERED FOR SALE
GOVEHNMEaVT      OE       PROVINC
WILL PIT FARMING AREAS
ON  MARKET.
Against German Positions
On The French Front
Various  Sections  of the Country
There Will lie (.'onl Lands
Sold.
Victoria, B. C„ April lii.—On
.May 18, at Vancouver, Alberni, Fort
George, Cranbrook, Fcrnie, anil
Quesncl, the Government Agents
will open to pre-emptors about 700
parcels of surveyed lands which
have been in reserve and have been
subdivided for settlement. The lands
are located at points ranging from
about 30 miles from Vancouver,
near Sechelt, to Sunderland Channel along the Mainland coast; on
Malcolm,. Nootka,   Redonda,    Cortes
.1.   DOUGAN
HER  VANCOUVER   SCHOOL
HOARD,  (ilMIS  VIEWS.
and Thurlow Islands;  adjoining the,leaves over the G. T. P. for the east.
Grand Trunk  Pacific Railway in the ion a business trip.   Mr. Dougan has
:     Paris,  April   16. An    official    re-
FIRM BELIEVER IN     L
DOMESTIC SCIENCE   "Al Notre Dame the Germans ■"--
_____ [lirered  three counter-attacks, all  of
FORMERLY MEM-j which were stopped short. A counter-attack at Les EpargeB also failed.
"Our aviators have been very active. Ten bombs were thrown on the
railway station at Leopoldshoehe.
Ten bombs also were dropped on the
powder magazine at Rottbwell. -Six
of these struck the mark. When ihis
took place a huge red flame shot, up,
surrounded by dense smoke. Forty
bombs, most of which struck ihe
mark, were dropped on the central
electric station at Maizieres.
He Thinks   Technical   Education Is
of Great Help in the
Schools.
While the Liberals have been busy
raking up any irregularities tbat can
be found In connection with war contracts let by the officials of the present Government, the Conservatives
in the Public Works Committee at
Ottawa have shown up how the Liberals handled the public busines in
the hey-day of their political power.
Trafficking in public lands in the
West was charged in further reports
brought down from Mr. T. R. Fergu.
son, K, C, In the Commons. Some
of them, notably a lease of a timber
berth to Mr. A. W. Fraser, K.C., of I
| Ottawa,   were   aired   In   the    Public
Accounts    Committee   a    few    vearslval,ey  of tlle    Sollth    Pork   of   the [lived  46  years in  British  Columbia,!     "At   Les   Melz   Amiens   tbe   Ger-
ago.   The trend of the report is thaljFraser;  in Can0° nivtn" Valley, and and has served as a teacher, and la-|mans dropped bombs in the vicinity
J. .1. Dougan, of Vancouver, who
is very well known throughoul lhe
province in connection with his efforts in the direction of education,
is in the cily, as mentioned In these)
columns yesterday.   This morning he
land   and   limits  were  sold   at   much
less than their actual value.
In   the   lirst   case   dealt   with    the
at various poinls  in  East  Kootenay. her as a member of the school board
On the coast and islands numerous of Vancouver.  He  is therefore very'',
i tracts  of   logged-off   lands,    former closely   Identified    with    the    educa-
of  the  cathedral.  Two  persons   were
killed  and   two  wounded   in   conse-
few days. He says the intention is
to take spring salmon at the cold
storage  at  Haysport  and   mild   cure I
commissioner  finds  that.   Messrs.   R ltlmber   licences,  which,    in    accord- tional aspects of the province.
quence.
E.  A.  Leach,  D.   J.   McDonald,   and
I Howard Douglas,  who  at  the   time
it.    Tlie  market  for this   class   or
product,  he  feels,   will   soon   be  re
stored and there will be an increas j
ing demand for tbe mild Cured fish
I fere  officials of the Interior  Department in the Wost, formed a partner
ship  with   three   men—Messrs.   W.
Crawford, of Medicine Hat;  T.   Kfl-
Patrick and G. McCarter, of Revel-
stoke, B.C., and got for $1S,000
berths which a year previously were
! valued at $162,000.
|     The  case   was    declared    by    lhe
A chance will be made In the " [commission to be one of conspiracy.
'     Hon. G. W. Brown  Involved.
What is known as the Craven
Dam case, the conimisioner states, it
was   established   tbat    Hon.    George
PRINOE   RUPERT   COMING.
* steamer service of the G. T.  P.
* next   week.  Tiie   Prince    Rupert  *
* will   resume  the  service,  reliev-
" tag  the  Prince   George,    which  *
will   undergo  her  annual    overhaul.
ance with the policy of the Government, to render timbered agricultural lands available to settlement as
soon as the timber Is cut, have been
surveyed into tracts averaging 40
acres in extent. These will be opened lo pre-emptors at the oilice of
the Government Agent in the Court
House at Vancouver on May 18.
These blocks of lots are situated
near Sechelt, in vicinity of Lund on
Malaspina Peninsula, on Redonda,
Thurlow, and Cortes Islands, and on
Jackson Bay Sunderland Channel. A
pamphlet describing them has been
prepared by the Department of
Lands containing maps and full particulars regarding lliese tracts.
On   Malcolm  Island  247.lots, each
C10ING TO ISLANDS
Yesterday  in company  with  some]
members of the local board  he pniil' CAPT.  McINTCSH
a visit ';> ihe schools of Prince I!a-
pert am1 was pleased to find the conditions as favorable for educational J
facilities  as   he  found  thein. |llE WILL CROSS TO MASSETT IN-
Mr.   Dougan   is  now   a   very    (inn'     LET TO CARRV ON FARMING
believer in  the leaching of domestic. | THERE,
science to girls and of manual trnln-l	
ing for boys, lie admits that be wai Well-knoivn Investor From Victoria
not always in favor of these'depart- Is on His Way to Queen
ments  but   regarded    them    ns   too -  Charlottes.
much   like   lost    time.    Experience, — ■
however, has taughl him that ihe ef- VoRferdnv ...,.-„„„ „ there arrived
feet of this class of practical educa- in the cltJ ,-..,, Mcintosh, of VI,-
tion Is of .the very highest ralue. torla, who is on his way to the
He says that it has a tendency to Queon Charlotte Islands to further
awaken Interest in other lines of,aevelop ,,is tarm |andg ,„, Masse tt
study  by   pupils  thai   showed   them-  |niet,     i;,   hai   had  o    .       coi   ider-
of 40 acres, and 40 lots of 40 acres selves sluggish  In  the   -..■ al   work.  .lhj,
* KILLED  IN  ACTION,
* Word   received    in    the    city
1 conveys    the    information    thai
* Lawrence Davis, who was killed
* in action, was formerly a brake-
* man on the G. T. P., with head-
* Quarters  In  Smithers.   Early  In
* the war he went south and jolfl-
W. Drown, now Lieutenant-Governor of Saskatchewan, secured at $1
mi acre one thousand acres of land,
which    when    expropriated    by    the u'  •»" '"-"--», »uu '"• «"« '"  ou ncresiselves siuggisu  in  tne general  won;.
'[Government In  connection  with  the eacu on No°tka Island, will be open- The   introduction   of  the  system    of ,.-. ,    .    ami ;   no„  making an   ,   ...
'[building of the  dam  was valued  at |ed  ,0 settlement, on  May  IS  at  the'domestic  science  has.   lie   says.    In-  menta ,,, uraln ,-, ana ;,;,.,,,,,. j,   tor
$25   an    a.-re.    Hon.    ".""niter   Scotl  offlee  of  tlle   Government   Agent  atjstilled in the minds of the girls tak- cultivation.
'wrote to Mr. .1. G. Turriff, then Do- Alberni.    Malcolm   Island, a  timbe     Ing  the course n desire   to   hep   nl
minion   land   commissionei
Rsklng
ed,  low,  undulating  plateau   divided check on the cost of the cooking and
Cap!.   Mclnt. will aboul
a month al leasl on I'■'■■■ Isl ind, leav-
'that this land be held for a proba-     omVan .-er Island   by Biough-i the best use of materials. b ,      . ,       lie will
1 ble  nurchaser   who tiirnpil  mil  tn lie  '""   Strait,   was  reserved   in   1901   as - - -   -t>-
.1.1.   purcnaser, who turned out to no personally    uperintend the work that
'Mr.  Brown. »   Finnish   colon.'..    The  colony   con- Etuek  Tomorrow • >■    , , -.,   ■
' 't.Kla      (lll'OH. |s   ,1,,.,,. ||(,   |,j, |j   , |aj,    ,,i
A  cra/inir ranch  louse In   Albevta   tlnued   I'or    some    years,    operating       ,       ,,       ,,  ,,  ...
.i   gracing  i.in.ii   lease  in   Aineria.i *|     .).      n.      McM/illin,      Governmenl   the  future of  the Queen  ( hai a
'next  dealt  with, Involved  Mr.  A. .1. '
■arrying on business on a com-
* ed the first contingenl  and pro- *   Adamson,  ex-Liberal   M.P.,   a   noml- n"lnity   baB'8'   Circumstances
1 ..'.'deil to the front, lie was ahol
* through the breast in action. He
* was   u  young  man  of about   24
* years of nge.
nal application* for 32,000 acres   of oausei    the    abandonment    or   the
land  as made to the  Departmenl  by community  Bysfem,  and   the  greater Jeven|ng
Agenl here, who is in Fori Frasei On lhe .Irength of the niillnnli lliere
J"» official business, will return to lie acquired q lt< large Interests
the  city,  il   Is   expected,      .in  rro       nd  Is taking steps to have the laud
broughl  un.I";   trill ti. HI Ion
O a 044440 O<KWa>a>i>IKi<KH««!<i-0 00000^40444004440404044004 01
Mr.   A.   P.  Brown,   of   Great    Falls, number of the original settlers took	
•iMont.,  but   Ih.-  real    applicant,   the "l' land Individually, others locating  f**«»m~mm**^mmjam*mmm>o*v*/my.-iiwaCTiiniwwMwwwa
»   < —   * commissioner states, was Mr. .1.   D. ""   Vancouvei    Island    and
McGregor, of Brandon, and  the ben- nlaces  '"    "lc    vicinity    Tin
o
lire ,,
Defeated Turks Ii Nestpttania
lefielary,   Mr.   A.  .1.   Adamson.  a  bro-
now  In Ing ou  ii <• Island aboul
London,  April   18,    The  British  Indian troops have Inlli.-ted nn
otlier defeat upon the Turks iii   Mesopotamia.   The   victory   was
u
won by the Musi Indians al a  onslderable loss to themselves, how-   $
over, according  to  ihe report. 2
uo404o44 J *Oa-»0r.awmjmetjmtwoiw^
9 ther-ln-law of Mr. Turriff, then land i"'"'"le' chiefly members of Hie orig
H commissioner.   Ths reporl says that '";'''   |,'i"llisl'  colony.   The  main  set-
S  the  peculiar tncl   disclosed   is   that ,l,'"l<'"1   '■   ■"   Bolntula,  where  there
Is an esc.dleiii Bchool, having un av-
ao4*»-»ooi
a
9.
» 3^:.,0,;>ifr'aMMH>Hii>^
While  "12,000 acres were applied  for,
sixty thousand were granted, and Mr. ''""'•" a,tendnnc
Russians Carrying Positieas With Bayonet
Petrograd, April  16,    An official   rei   Bays  thai   In  lha   Car
pnthians the  Russian Iroops broke   thrnugli   lhe   enemy's   barbed
wire entanglements ami nl  the coin:   of  the   bay i   carried    Iwo
heights,    Perslslenl   nltacks   In !'■   .1 rectlon   of llu   Spry   were  re
pulsed
of  forty-seven   pu-  tW<Hl«t»»a<Ha'H'H(H(W^^
George Casey Elected Aldermaa
Tl     electii     yesterday  for an aldori   in to (111 tli.   position va-
. iti '   Lt tin   :'":■" ii I ..':■! b;  the n lignntlon or .'i'l, Thomas Mc
g    Cl' ilted  in ih" election of fie..ins Casey, Two candidates
3 contested the seat, George Casey and Ceo ' k, an ex-alderman,
g There were 470 voles cast, if whicli l n were spoiled. Ths rots
5    counted   sewed   ihe   following:
George Casey        :127
§ ' eorge Lock         138
Brown swore thai he was nol aware ,l']°- :: Government wharf, postof-
of the increase until told so al the '''"'"■ '"""' 'o-operative store. Du ll
Inquiry! Mr. Adamson formed a com- ''"" ' ""' timer ab. 10,000 acn
pany, which paid sfir.o. the firsl In- 'v:,s subdivided, and is now being
stallment or rental, *hnd then dis- °Pened o sett) rs, T i lots.on Noot-
posed of ii to Mr. J, Cowdery of ^ tsland, win . there I i I. ■ ,
Macleod for $22,500. much settli the]    l. fi
Secure More Territory. " :      ' '       ' '    former
In   the Cedar Lake  timber  berth,
St I Mr.   A.   W.  Fi ' r,   '■' ''..  of Ottawa,
aiber ii I. ei
Foi    <
:
jii   Is   stated, /after   securing   thirty :      '"' Into lots
[square miles of a berth, ''";      ' his aglni    16     ■   In   •• ent,    Iti ■  .
lands  were In  the lake and  secured  between   Quilford    and    Tel i   j
17  square miles of additional  lerri-.   i   '      adjoining  er close to  tbe G.
g Majority  for Casey      194
' i'HW'a5,>a&<,-fri>oi>flw i
tory.
f Conrtnued  •>«   Pnpw Foatr.)
T.  P,  Ri ill .... on  Ihi   i mil    for-!  of
(Continued on Page Four.)
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New Financing Plan Devised
' ifil. lal  Gazette of  l.ondo
art of tlle Ti I Instead of treai
I        bell tl   from      o tii
' : •
1   ■ "i
i offer ti        '       ' or throe,
, I be hil bear a fixed
rice  of  illicit'-;.;   to  b    dt  en        I  '      i    :"       i ' the Tr.
In ■ ei !   Ifully
handled, will, 1 | ,■ i   marl
' '    irni ent   with  all  nece ourcss for e con Idera
and ol   lal    the neco   lly for Tii itin r wnr loan for a ime tli ia.
«awM»«w«-oweta«"H>!KHWiMa Saturday,  April   17,   1915.
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rT^^:.        1 J SPRING CAMPAIGN:!  Product No.
Contains .iii..!!*. 2*4  lbs.
81.5C
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O. H. NELSON".  Editor.
Bas .
NEW    VOW*    PAPER    OUTLINES
The   outstanding   feature   of   the
spring   campaign    in   all    likelihood
Advertising Rates Upon Application
Office1    128   Third   Avenue
Mar McBrlde Street. Telephone IMS:        SOME ll'.VI. m:   THAT THE
Poatotlire Box 607.                                                1>VA,,   ,, vs   \TlAIMIil.
DAILY   EDITION. 	
Published    every   morning    excel >
Mon day   '" illvered b-y "arrier in the Plans Will Be lladicnlly Changed
city at I   ' tollowlng rate, if paid in Frontiers  ll
advance: —
One   tear    *5.00
Six   Mouths    *-'0,J
Three.  Moaths    *"-2°
If   not    paii"    in    advance,
per  Month    ?°'5"
WESKLY   EDITION.
.,,,„ ,„,. Hrnl,   the final campaign ol  the war—will
Published  every  Frld»>   foi   rircu
lation   outside   the   City   of   Prince be a sharp change In the character
Rupert at  '2.00 a year  ^'"essed to; operation!   on   ....   two  main
points in Cunaiht;  or 1*3.00 a year to v ,.        ,. v       >-    ,
111   points   In  the  I'nited   Kingdom   fronts, say- the .Nation ol New York,
the   l"niti»d  Stores or other   foreign,Hltllert0   ,,.,.   situation   in    Flanders
land northern France has been one of
.deadlock, while the war in tlie east
has been one ol bold Initiative and
sharp vicissitudes. With the coining
of spring the armies of the west will
climb out of their trenches and the
armies in the east will proceed to
dig themselves in. li is almost certain that German strategy against
the Russians will be contenl with
holding something like the present
positions. It is a defensive which
may take the form of sharp attack,
but with no far-reaching purpose. It
is doubtful whether German plans
even contemplate the occupation of
Warsaw. That is an operation of
months. It has failed twice when undertaken from the direction of central Poland. It is not making rapid
progress from the north, if one considers that six weeks have passed
since the Russian defeat in East
Prussia, and that the Czar's armies
are fighting back valiantly close to
the German frontier, it is plain that
the Polish capital cannot be taken,
even if German progress continues
steadily, before the pressure in the
west becomes so heavy as to reduce
the German armies in the east to a
pure defensive. The olijeel  I here has
EMIGRATION   AFTER   WAR.
There will be a Hood of immigration to the I'nited States and Canada at the conclusion of the European war, according to Sir Thomas
Shaughnessy, president of tlie Canadian Pacilic Railway, as reported in
an interview in Chicago. "The men
ef northern and central Europe," he
said, "are beginning to feel freer to
leave their native lands than ever b«-
fore. Forced military service, among
other things, must be more repellant
to them now than ever before. The
new lands on this continent will invite them. Canada is in much the
same situation that the Pnited States
is regarding immigration. We have
all Ihe indusrtial workers we need.
What we want now is agriculturists,
ami we are making an effort to get
them, just as the railroads of the
western United  States are doing."
• 'IKXIHII  FOR   PLUMBERS
rii.' ?nle of Pre luct Mo, 99 in strictly
coiilii"M" to t' e hMh-cJasE supply
bousen. Its co' I of manufacture is
therefore not i ft'ecUd by Dept. or
"price jutting latere'' influence that
so of:.-! drives manufacturers to the
use ol inferior chemicals and processes, "or Is the dealer allowed to
reduce he retail price under penalty
of    haa  ag    his   supply    terminated,
A POWERFUL SOLVENT FOR
_ CLOGGED UP DRAIN PIPES
"IMI" destroys ueiiiiiiiilntioitN   it  lint,    paper,    cloths,    hail*,    slime,
grease, vegetables, simp, trull nnd many others.   It Is harmless tb
Uu.". plumbing.
DON'T ARGUE IKl.VT   PUT   OFF TEST   IT
This preparation has been so generally successful in clearing
drains that it Is bought over and over again by tabse who have
tried it, but inasmuch as no on can know the actual condition existing within a pipe, It is absoutely impossible for ihe manufacturer or the dealer to guarantee tie result.
CHEMICAL PRODUCTS CO., NEW YORK
FOR SALE  BY
HARRY HANSON
fEia'i'.i'.:•■     B '■■-.'     T"E   RELIABLE   PLUMBER !
FOB   THE   REST  IN  PLUMBING   AND   ORATING   PHONE   Itso   !
3 WKKHJ-0 irW'B'a^-CKKH'H^^
. T. P.
Steamship Sailings
FOR VANCOUVER
S.S. Prince Rupert every Friday at 9 A.M.
S.S. Prince John every Sunday at 7.30 P.M.
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s
LUMBER
Coal, Cement, Plaster and Brick
AND A COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDERS' SUPPLIES
WESTHOLME LUMBER CO., LTD.
First Avenue       Prince Rupert       Telephone 186
J«HMrtMHtHKI<HJO-rKtlJ<HKK''
TRADE  WITH   RUSSIA.
When the Trade and Commerce been to free German soil from the
estimates were up for consideration .invader and to bar a Russian atlin tiie Commons a discussion took vance upon Cracow. Both purposes
place  .hi  the  possibilities   of   trade
with Russia ihaf had much Interest
for us in this pari of the Dominion.
\   giani he  map of  the   Pacific Prussian  frontle
Thompson Hardware Co., Limited
Rifles and Shot Guns *
Ammunition
>p!ies
will  show mparatlvely    close
Prince Ruperl is i i Sibt ria, ana,
with tin ironi I . lishm nl of
;i    steamship   servi "    bet ween    that
are now attained. Thc German armies   in   Ihe   north,    well    inside    the
enemy's    territory,   will-guard    the
Th.' German arm-
PHONE 101, P.O. DRAWER 1046 :;:>(' SECOND AVE.
|"*a»K«''*B0aK."K'«-CW^^ IKltKKHJ-aCTO-IKf-O-aKHK) <"
ies south    i Vistula, in conjunc
tion with the Austrians on the Nida,
will contest the waj to ('..now. The
built of i he Kaisei tb will be
pur
.   and   Vladivostock,   greai       issi   turned   igainsl   loffri   and  Kitchener,
bllitle of " de are opened up. The
Film.mi..11 Journal says "I this: Dr.
Thompson, the Member for the Yukon, pointed out that il would be
merely a re. descence of the trade
that existed between the two coasts
over a hundred years ago. When
Alaslta belonged to Russia, Sitka,
which is only a short .1 isl ance north
of Prince Rupert, was an emporium
of Russian commerce, which became
extinct with the cession to the I'nited States. Dr. Thompson Is convinced that it may now be restored to
its former proportions. Edmonton
would do well to watch the possibilities thai lie in that direction.
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IT! Ii\\ A   Mi'RDER   T
Hem j    M. M. clu n   ,    >.iii    I'
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Trench warfare In the wesi has
been partly a matter of necessity,
partly a matter of choice. There are
no trenches so powerful but that
they can he taken at a price. If lho
Germans have hesitated to pay the
price it lias been because of the
primary consideration that no victory, however decisive, can assume
tlie dimensions of the victory which
Germany contemplated at the beginning of the war, namely, a crushing
blow that should shatter the Allied
armies and make organized resistance on a larger scale impossible.
Any success short of that might be
too dearly bought by losses al some
other section of the buttle line orl
on some other front. For the Allio.
IAIj an obstinate holding policy was still'
ral li e, Nol only dl I they
for I ' '   ■ ■ '   Inferloi   ia   11 rengl:.
iding   mules, bul  I lie bat-
aral i elj i li
;     :    ■ hai   ■ In ..   dared   nol   take  I lie
;i     formidi   !      'i lack
nd re oil  mlg  ' ! i i,1 ;
For  Massett- S.  S.   Prince  .!■ ' I: every second  Saturday at  111   p.m.
commencing April IT.
For Naas River points—S. S.    I'ince John every second Saturday 10
p.m., commencing April -4.
For  Anyox ■ ■ S.  S.   Prince  George  every   Wednesday  ill   midnight.
Passenger train carrying ele r lighted sleeper and parlor cafe
car leaves for the cast on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 10
a.m.
Through  tourist sleeping ear to St. Paul every  Wednesday.
For through tickets, reservations aud full information apply t.
G. T. P. Ticliel Office, Third Ave.; Agency nil Atlantic Steamship  Lilies.
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Canadian Pacific Railway
PRINCESS MAQUINNA,
SOUTHBOUND, 8 P.M. FRIDAY
PRINCESS MAY
SOUTHBOUND, 8 P.M. SUNDAY
J. G, McXAR, General Agent, corner Third  Ave.   and   Fourth   St.
<
P.  Dunnl ."hi ..I Tell;
. lie     I li..!!.,-.  .     Miner.
Istrat. I losl In I | r ,; ind A.
i'. Mint; prosecuted for the Crown.
\ii. .' fourteen witnesses v.ere exam-
Ined the prisoner was committed for
trial and will be sent to New Westminster to await trial at the next assizes.
Al the ...roller's intinosl held at
Telkwa last Mon.lay. upon the death
of Peter Dunnigan, the jury broughl
in the following verdict: Thai Petei
Dunnigan met his death on the Bec-
ontl day of April, 1915, at Telkwa,
B.C., through a fractured skull, the
outeomo of a fall caused by a blow
or blows delivered by Henry Mc-
Meeken.
I Ile  . in mj    almost    within    striking
distance of the capital. The Hghtlng|
of   Ji ,.r.\   ar....ind   Soissons    Is    an
Instance  in   point.    Willi   so   many
vital poinl s exposetl to attack, Calais,
Amiens,  Paris,  Rlicinis, Verdun, audi
the line ol the Meuse, no overwhelming concentration at any point could j
be attempted without incurring peril
at some other sec!ion of the line. On|
both sides it  Ie the simple fact that
lhe length of the modern battle lino1
has   I.."'.nue   too   big   a   problem   for
the  commanders,  in  the  absence of I
lhe  likelihood of a swifl  and crush
Ing victory at any one point.
On the German side this situatiot
lias  been   n cepted   wiih    fair   aqua
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Sailings for Granby, Simpson and the Naas
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niniity. Berlin has repeatedly ».«..-1,^^^^^^^^^^^^^
ed  that   the   war,   on   its  aide   willjPe.l.e, winning as much as a mile of"
hereafter be a defensive war. Hence ground along  a  from  of  11101,   i tan
it is for the Allies, confronted with two   miles.  The   forces   recently   entile necessity of expelling lhe enemy18afed  In  the  Champagne are to be
.,-';!.
y Belgium there is the consola-
,   I     a A
tii       hai li mption  is to be    .,.,., ^  0f
efl       .: ision   will    nol    be Pros ■ « I
fought  out  on  her'soil.
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assert-jcided"  success around   Neuve   Cha-, region  north    of  Bheims.    i'o^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
'"■>'( |   " I'ti'-inia   li
occupation ■ Loci :'        , occupati.
-a*      it. In rails-
" lowing de-.sion   to th.     folio   Ins    d.    Osy-Acetylon
scritx d Ian.      or coal and petroleum; o        il   and   pel
        .'   nmen Ian   d    160 eum: Coi it ! Phone Red  150
from   France   and   Belgium    to   saylmeasured   by    hundreds    of    yards. \ Skeena Land  District-    District   of|. ■■' Ins  oortli  ofjat  I ornei 'of   Co:
i ■      ' Queen  Charlotte Islands. Itlie   mon .Vest    ;.' thencejLease No.   2436   fnoar Otard   Bay.,
when  the  trench  warfare shall  end, 1 here  fell   around    Neuve   Chapetie      TAKE   NOTICE   thai   George   W. north    80 ns,   tl   nci    east    SO'
and operations" on a  decisive   scaleisome thirty  thousand'men.    In the I Kerr, of  Prince Rupert,   occupation] chains,    tbence    soutli    SO    chains,
NPERIAL IHBii
iiepaii-H
PI u ill     i
'       '
rr   .,     ,,,- , „      „  'ci,.,,,, ,,„„„„    ,i, ,   i,-,,a„„i,    i.a.a^   ..,.,,! Pro s i .oc tor. intends to apply for per-jibence  west  SO chains  to  the  point
begin. To the Allies such a move was Champagne   the  French   losses   «« niffllra to pro    ect the following de-of commencement,
impossible before tlie advent  of the described by  Berlin as amounting to, scribed lands for  :oal and petroleum:. GEORGE   W    KERR
new British armies. 145,000.    This  measures   the    differ-!?v°™nenilrls„!!t, a„Ap°lt_,_p}a?!.e_?,   80.! Pei-.James F. Redmond, Agent.
The  cost of  nn  offensive   against
.chains east  and  80 chains  north  ofipjated February  19th, 1915.
ence in cost between trench warfare'the   mouth   of   West River,   thence! . L_t.	
aplS
ence Ins, tin nc.    ■
R0  cli  Ins,  tl 80 '■; -.
thence ea il 80 chains to the poinl of
commencement.
u ,,...,.,   .„..,.,--,.  LOCK,
Per ,1.  W.  Connell,  Agent.
Dated February  20th,   1915.     ap!8
0 1„,ianil fighting in  the open.
west   80   chains,   thence   south   S0;SUeena  Lancl  District   -   Districl   of skeena   ,'n'"1  Districl  -     Districl  of
'chains, thonce east SO chains, thence| Queen  Charlotte Islands. Queen  Charlotte Islands.
'     TAKE  NOTICE  that  Albert  Scott
Loch, of Victoria, B. C,   occupation
ilay  of  force necessary  now | i»ns   mm   aman   guiim  c...o..«v.   •*.<                          GEORGE W   KERR      |*vc"-  "'   '"«™  .a..em,   ut'..|.ai.u..|a,vui, u,   ,,^,■■,,„. ,a. ,...,   ."...,,<,,.u,a
attainment  of  victory   with!trench   warfare   tliat   the   Allies,    if:         Per .lames F. Redmond, Agent. Prospector, i""'1"1" «</ amily for per- Salesman,  Intends  to apply  for per-
attainment  ot  uctoij    wnn                                                           •       jDat d  February  19th   1915        anl8'",,ss   n       Prospeel the following de- mission to prospect the following (lets at  the  beginning   of   the|they are to clear the Germans out of |__ •        \ '__ __ jscribed   lan.ls  for  eoal   and   petrol- scribed  lands  for coal   and   petrol-
the German trenches Is bound t.. ».	
enormous.    Compare,   for    instance,;    It is plain from the enormous ef-! north 80 chains to .the point of com-.    T.KF  ............   ....   ,,„,„.„„   ,,-
uieinepient ,uxl'   -      ''   '-    '">..    tjeuagt     ...
tiie   display  of   force  necessary   now! forts   and   small   gains   entailed   by I rircnnc.K: iv   Kir.nn      jKerr,   of  Prince  Rupert,    occupation
for the
the  facts at  the  beglnnlng.^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^	
war   Wo know  today    from  the of-1 France and Belgium, cannot hope to Skeena  Land  District — District of !.m;  Commencing at a post p,anted|eum:  Commencing at a post plained
war.   ho  know   touay,  iiom   iuo tu Queen  Charlotte Islands SO chains east of the mouth of West at   tho   north-west   corner   of   Coal
flclal  French  summary covering the,do so by pushing tactics. They must ,.p  vnTlpr „       " lltiver.     thence    So    .hains     north, Lease No.  24.14   (near Otard   Bay),
a   a    t a.       .at ti,„t ti,aa' l.vo., i, ii,fn.,»li'   ilifv ninnt sploii  flip .,.,/',       !     ,'.em,se    """.thence  80    < -11 fi i ti s   east,     thence    SO thence  west  SO  chains, tlience south
first six months of the war, that the (break through, they must select the |Me, M,ght   0{ ^Me .Wash., °mu- chains south, t   ■,-.■   :,! c vest 80 chains,   thence   east   80   chains,
strenglh of the Germans in Belgium vital  points;   and  they    musl    make. inMion  Agent,  Intends to   apply   for .,.  .,,6  |ll,in,  m  ,.,„„,„,.,,,,.,„,,„,. (hence north SO cliains to the  poinl
during  the  first  weeks  of  lhe   war|the attempt a     ' emoved|de^™Vn^s^Tcoal IndiJStro?1 a™*™ w    K'K'"R      1°' «"™encement.
J. H. HILDITCh
Contractor and Build-*
Estimates given on all classes ol
work, whether small or large. Per.
Bona! attention given to every Item.
PHONE GREEN 321
FREDERICK PETERS, K.C.
Barrister, Solicitor and Notary Publli
('Ml.If
. id  ' 0  chains south
was   greatly    exaggerated.    Paris    Is as  possible  from   Paris, and  as near|'
certainly under no temptation tn un- as possible to the main German HnesJ0). th(? mouth  of Wegt mver   thence
der-estimate    the    numbers    of    the of    communication.    Two   areas   of east   80   chains,   thence   south     80
.,,,,.. ..        .   ,.   chains, thence west. SO cliains, tbence
enemy before whom Its armies gave concentrated  fighting are thus lnaI-|nortn g() cllalus t0 the ,,oint of ?om.
way so easily. Yet Paris asserts that: fated.   For  the   British   armies   the'mencement.
..' -• ,        ,  ',. .     . a i.  a.    i.       GEORGE PALMER MIGHT,
the German  forces   thrown   against line  of  advance  must  be  from    be- Per j   w   rjonnell    \eent
|Dated   February   19th,   1915.'   apl8
the'entire line from Brussels to Glv-itween Arras and Armentieres against
et were about 350,000 men, instead,the German position between Lille
of the three-quarters of a million:and Douat. Success along this front
that were so carefully counted by the would threaten the German line
war correspondents. This force near- from Valenciennes to Cambrai, and
Iy took Paris. We know now that the with that the entire, German posl-
battle of Ourcy, which was the turn-1 tion along tbe Oise and .the western
ing point, of the battle of the Marne, stretches of the Aisne. For the
was won by Gen. Maunoury with no[French the most promising area lies
more than three corps, perhaps 120,-1 between the Argonne and Verdun.
000 men. Thus Paris was saved by | Such a move would threaten tbe
an army no larger than the British | great east and west line of German
Per .lames F. Redmond, Agent.
Dated February 19th, 1915,        apl8
Skeena   Land  District —  District  of
Queen Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE  NOTICE   that   George   W.
Kerr,   of   Prince   Rupert,   occupation
Prospector, Intends to apply for per
ALBERT  SCOTT  LOCK.
Per .1. W. Connell, Agent.
Dated February 20th, 1915.        aplS
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ scribed   lands  for   coal      	
 ; 1 eum:  Commencing at a post planted
Skeena  Land  District — District  of 160 chains east and SO chains north
Queen  Charlotte Islands. of the mouth  of West  River, thence
TAKE   NOTICE   that   George   W.I80    chains   east,   thence    SO   chains
Skeena   Land  Districl  — District  of
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
TAKE  NOTICE  that  Albert    Scott
Lock, of Victoria, B. C,   occupation
.    . . a.     « ..     ■       t    .Agent,  intends  to  apply  for  permis-
mission to prospect the following de-   j     t t   (h     fo]1(nv.       ne.
ind   petrol-1
Kerr, of Prince Rupert, occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for permission to prospect the following
described lands for coal and petroleum: Commencing at a post planted
80 cliains east and SO chains north
of the mouth of West River, thence
80 chains east, thence SO chains
north, thence 80 chains west, thence
80 chains south to the point of commencement.
GEORGE W. KERR,
Per   James F. Redmond, Agent.
force that recently scored such a "de-1 communications  from   Melz   to  ^leDated ^February li'th''19*16'
south, thence SO chains west, tbence
80 chains north to the point of commencement.
GEORGE   W.   KERR,
Per James F. Redmond, Agenl.
Dated   February   19th,   1915.      ap1S
scribed lands I'or coal and petroleum: Commencing at a post planted
at the north-west corner of Coal
Lease No. 2434 (near Otard Bay),
tbence nortli 80 chains, thence west
SO chains, tbence south SO chains,
thence east SO chains to the point of
commencement
ALBERT  SCOTT  LOCK.
Per J. .W. Cosnell, Agent.
Dated February 20tb, 1915.        aplS
Skeena Land District — District of
Queen Charlott* Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that George Palmer Might, of Seattle, Wash., occupation Agent, intends to apply tor
permission to prospect the following
described lands for coal and petroleum: Commencing at a post planted
80  chains south  and  SO  chains east
Skeena  Land  District  — District  of
Queen  Charlotte  Islands^	
TAKE NOTICE that Geo7ge Palmer Might, of Seattle, Wash., occupation Broker, intends to apply for
permission to prospect the following
described lands for coal and petroleum: Commencing at a post
planted       SO       chains      north       of
Office ln
EXCHANGE BLOCK
DR. GILROY, DENTIST
Crown  and  Bridge  Work  a
Specialty
Oflice:  Smith    Block,   Third   Avenue
A. FAULDS, N.I. M.E.
ConsiiKlig Mining Engineer
Examinations   and    development    of
Coal, Metal, Oil, Etc.
709 Duusm-uii  St.      Vancouver, B.C.
HAIRDRESSINC
PARLORS
Massage,   Manicuring,   Scalp   T»»at-
ment, Electric Treatments, Etc.
Mrs.   N. I... Hundnsyde, Prop.
211 Third St PRINCE Rl'PERl
of the mouth of West River, thence|Lease No.  2435   (near Tiahn Head),
north    80   chains,   thence   east     80 north-west  corner, tbence   north   SO
"***-* j chains,     thence    south     SO    chains,'chains, thence east SO chains, thence
Ef ithence  west  80  chains  to  the  point [south    80    chains,   thence   west    80
of commencement       	
GEORGE   PALMER   MIGHT,
Per J. W. Connell, Agent.
Dated February 19th, 1915.        apl8
Hj?^ ! Skeena  Land  District  — District of
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE   NOTICE   that   George   Pal-
|mSr Might, of Seattle, Wash., occn
chains  to  the   point   of   commencement.
GEORGE   PALMER  MIGHT,
Per J. W. Connell, Agent.
Dated February  20th, 1915.  .   ap18
P.O. Box 1714 Telephone 448
RITCHIE,   AGNEW!  &  CO.
Civil Engineers and Surveyors
Prince Rupert,  R.C.
Skeena  Land  District  — District or
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
______________________ TAKE  NOTICE that  Albert   Scott
pation   Agent, intends  lo   apply,  for .Lock, of Victoria, 11.  C   occupation
permission to prospect tho following! Agent, intends to apply for permis-
Waterworks, Water Power, Wharf
Construction, ReportB, Plans, Domln-
on aad Provincial Land Surveying,
t*leetrlc Blue Printing, Negatives and
White Prints
described lands for coal and pe
troleum: Commencing at a post
planted 240 chains east of tlie
mouth of West River, thence south
SO chains, thence west 80 chains,
thenco north 80 chains, thence'e si
80 chain: ... the poinl of commencement.
SEORGE   PALMER   M1GT-H
Per .1.  W.  Connell,  Agent,
ll     ,;  February' 19th,  1111"..       apl8
■ na   i...ml   District   - -   Dislrict   of
Queen   ( harlotte   Islands.
1 -\!<E  NOTICE  that Georg.        il-
|mer  Might, of Si ittle,  Wash., occupation   Agent,   Intends   to  a] plj   for
permission  t.       ospect 1 be followin
sion to prospect the following dc
scribed lands for coal and petrol
eum: Commencing at a post planted
SO chains north of lhe nortb-wesl
corner of Lease No. 24".*.: thence SO
chains wast, tlience 80 chains north,
■. ., 80 chilli., east, : hence 80
chains south to the | oinl of commencement,
ALBERT   SCOTT   NOCK,
Per J. W. Connell, Ag. ....
Do    i    February  20tl ,1915.        I    ,
For the Household
Delivered to your kitchen
door, like groceries
udweis
175,000,000 Bottles Yearly
That M-as the demand for Budweiser last
year.
The Ank.omn-.-Ot-*"*' Plw.t covoivi today
moro Hum 142 «:»*--e*«l «° '<> c"y
blocks h alTos .sUfHaty inniJoymer.t to
6,000 peotpfa, WKi to 1,500 more In its
branches.
Every pi" , room, ulate.
Ever) bottle Is Pasteurized and
This Quality-Plant, •   irted neurly . L) ... .,
ago, i.a a model of m. faclllth
The hundreds of visitors who go thro
every day know ihat nothing of Its I
could be made any better Jiau Budweiser,
Skeena Land  Dlstrlcl District of
en  Charlol e Isl
TAKE   NOTICE orge    Pal
mer Might, of Seattle, \\ tsh., .,,-,■,.-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^pation Agent, Intends lo apply for
desi .' ' laii.Is for coal and pe-jpermission to prospeel the followin;;
troleum:     Commencing    al    a    post | described lands  for   oal and   petrol-
Anheuser-Busch, St. Louis
The Largest Pkuot of Us Kind
in the World
Some of the Principal
Buildings
planted 240 ■ laius east of 'the
mouth of Wesi River, thence north
'ia chains, thence west 80 chains,"
thence south 80 chains, Ihence east
30 chains to poinl of commencem nt,
GEORGE W. KERR,
Per James P. Redmond, Agent.
Daied  February Hub, 1916.        aplS
Skeena  Land  District        Districl  or
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE NOTICE thai Albert Scott
Lock, of Victoria, B. C, occupation
Salesman, Intends to apply for per-
niision to prospect the following described lands foi" coal and petroleum: Commencing at a post planted
160 chains east of the north-east corner of Coal Lease No. 10020 Inear
Otard Day!, thence nortli SO chains,
Ihence east 80 chains. Ihence soulh
SO chains, thence wesi 80 chains I"
the point of commencement,
ALBERT  SCOTT   LOCK,
p. r  i   W   Conm H    '■
bl ■        : Oth, 1915.
Queen Chariottt   l I
TAKE NOTICE that  John   I    I
i ■    .
nt, int. ' poi
Ion l      rosp. followin      i
1  land    ' ir   poal     ind
e   ■     Commei   Ing at a : .'s1 planted
[Coal
' nci   No   l .'"  I i ear 01 ird  R    n I
thence 80 chains north, thence so
chains easl, tl ence '-ii chain loutb,
■ h ace M| chains we it to thc point of
commencement,
JOHN  .1.   PINNERTY,
I'cr Jos, K.  Etedmond,   »-gent.
Dated February 20th, 1915.       aplS
eum: Commencing at a posl lanted
»0 chain. easl and ten chains north
,','.. mi ,.' h of .!,.. eph i'i, ek, i hem e
80 . hains south, thence easl 80
chains, thence north 80 chains,
thence west 80 chains to the poinl of
commencement.
GEORGE   PALMER   MIGHT.
Per J. W. Connell, Agent,
linU'il  February  20th)  1915.      apl8
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PRINCE RUPERT IMP. CO.
Distributers PRINCE RUPERT, B. C.
Skeena  Land  District        Dlstrlcl  of
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that   George  Pal-1
mer  Might, of  Seattle,   Wash.,  occu-
''.'..i'.u   Broker,  Intends to apply  for
permission   to prospect the    follow-.
Iiik described lands for coal and pet-'
roleum; Commencing al a post planted   80   chains ea I 'of    Coal    Lieu.'
No.     10020     (south-east      corner),
thence ,;|i chain    noi Ih, ce , 80
chains easl. thonce 80 chains south,
thence 80 chains wesi to the poinl of
comraonc iment.
OEORGE   PALM1 !l   MIGHT,
P r ,1    ''.'. Conm 11,   \. •"
."1  febi'nnry 20th, unr..     apl?
flE PEIKCE RUPERT SASH
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Saturday,  April  17,  1913.
PRINCE    IU'PERT
JOURNAL
GRANITE
GRANITE  of best equality and thoroughly tested  for sale
Out Stone or Crushed Hock in
Quantities
J.IIIL 3. McLEOD   Plume Green 217
OCEAN FISH CO.
Fresh   Pish Arriving Every Day
Outside orders promptly attended to
GOVERNMENT IVEA1 HER
REPORT.
Furnished  by  I.   VV.    Dowlihg.
' For 24  hours ending  5  p.m.
April   16,
Bar. reduced  to sea  level. .. .30.142
Highest   temperature    49
Lowest  temperature 4 2
Rain       1.40
.R.M  LANDS TO  BE
OFFERED FOH  S.ALK
I
(Continued from Page One.)
PHONE  BLUE 259
PHONE 554
P.O. BOX 60
FOR
APERHANGING
AINTING
OLISH1NG AND
WALL TINTING
HJGH-GRADE    INTERIOR
ni.CORA-TING    A    SI'KOIALTY
Martin Swanson
SBi'ONll AVE. JEAB McBRIDl
the Fraser Valley, and 39 lots, bot-
'oni land fronting on the river In
Canoe River Valley, will be opened
io settlement. Last season some 80,-
  acres, containing about DG0 preemptions, were opened to settlers on
Notice is hereby given Ihat on the1""-' south fork of the Fraser. These
frst   day   of  April   next    application  lu,H' :""' tll0se to u0 °l"-'ned on May
»iKHJaKi-ijiW«lKHKtt>
CANADIAN STEAM
LAUNDRY
NOW OPEN  FOR  BUSINESS
'"Latest und Approved .Methods
flOnly   Skilled   Operators  Em.
ployed
Phone us and ive will cnli for n
trial   bundle
Note   our   address:
518   SIXTH   AVENUE   WEST
Phone No. 8
Canadian Steam Laundry
O000O004C-: «H3^-4Kl^»a^>a>^WH»^3^J.
will be made to the superintendent
of Provincial Police and to the
Board of License Commissioners foi
the City of Prince Rupert for per
mission lo change tbe site of the
wholesale liquor business now car
ried on by the undersigned company
from its present premises, namely
Lots 16 ami 17, Block 11, Section 1
situate on Second Avenue, City o
Prince Rupert, to premises situat<
on Lots 15 and IC, Block 32, Sec
tion I, on Fraser Street, in the City
of Prince Rupert.
Dated  (his 27th of February,  A.D
1915.
IS, are in a belt covering three
miles on either side of the railway,
placed in reserve for settlement in
1907, some years prior io the construction of the railway,
Al the oilice of the Government
Agent at Cranbrook about 12,000
acl. s of logged-off lands, and at the
oilice  of  the Government Agent   at
Skeena Land District — District of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Albert Scott
Lock, of Victoria, B. C, occupation
A.gent, intends to apply for permission to prospect the following described lands for coal and petroleum: Commencing at k post planted
40 cliains east and t«u chains north
of the mouth of Joseph Creek,
tlience 80 chains east, thence Sfi
chains north, thence 80 chains west,
tbence 80 chains south to tbe point
of commencement.
ALBERT   SCOTT   LOCK,
Per J. W. Connell, Agent.
Dated February 20th, 1915.      aplS
OF      OQAL      MINttHl
RBaOItATIONS.
Compau.  Toehty,  Colvalli,  and    Waldo.     Lasl
I
Capt. J. McGee
M.M.S.A.
Masters nnd Mates prepared
for examination. Compass ntl-
j uster.
Phone lied ."(IM
"NAL'TICAIa   ACADEMY"
Helgerson  Block, opposite
Royal ■Hotel
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JaHaHKHKWHKBKi tMtKKKWWt'HKHWa-
O
8. C. Undertakers
Funeral     Directors    and    Em-
l.aimers — Satisfaction   Guar- j
antood — Open Day and Night
117 Second Street      Phono 41
Beaver Wholesale   Liquo
of  Prince  Rupert,   Ltd. Iyear about   10,000   acres   of similar
.2Smar2S C.  A.  SWEET,  Mgr hands   were  opened   in   ibis    district.
A lol on which the reserve has been
lifted in Cariboo will be open to
pre-emptors at Ihe offlce of the Government Agent at Quesnel on the
same date.
Pamphlets dealing with the mainland Coast lots, with Malcolm and
Nootka islands, the South Fork of
the Fraser, and- Canoe River lots,
and   with   those   in   East    Kootenay,
Skeena Land District — District of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that George Palmer Might, of Seattle, Wash., occupation Agent, intends to apply for
permission to prospect tbe following
described lands for coal and petroleum: Commencing at a post planted
40 chains east and ten chains nortli
of the mouth of Joseph Creek,
ihence north SO chains, tlience west
SO chains, tbence south 80 chains,
tbence enst 80 chains to the point of
commencement.
GEORGE  PALMER   MIGHT,
Per J.  W. Connell, Agent.
apl.S
Fernle, about 1,000 acres of similar
lands will be opened to pre-emption  "■'     ;  '''    uary 20th, 191"
on May  is. The lots comprised  are
subdivisions "f former timber limits
in   various   parts   of   these    districts,
near     Cranbrook,    Kimberley,    Fort.
Steele,    Mayook,     Wardner,    Ryan,
Bruce  Morton
Manas'i.r
•MHW»WWKHWlKi<HW3<^^
of tbe ProariqpB of friltlsh Columbia,
flta ha tsstaw Cor a term of twnn-
ty-ons mm at an annual rental of
it p*T ante. Not more than 3.SG0
ao*HB wffl be leased to one applicant.
a^DttcatioaOs tor a lease must be
ina* (by this applicant in persdn to
the Agent or Sub-Agent of tire dis-
taslct in which the rights applied for
are situate*;.
In surveyed territory the land
inst be described by sections, or
legal subdivisions of sections, and
In unsurveyed territory the tract applied for shall be staked oul by the
applicant himself.
Bach application must be accompanied by a *ee of $5, which will be
Kofundtid if the rights applied for
a$e not available, .but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the
lrterehantatile otirput of the mine at
T     . t _,     ,       ,\the rate of five cents per ton.
Skeena  Land  Districl — District of
Queen  Charlotte Islands. Ihe  person    operating    the    mine
TAKE NOTICE thai George W. shall furnish the Agent with sworn
Kerr, of Prince Rupert, occupation •ttrns accouuliug for the full
Prospector, Intends to apply r..r ". iMVatt.fr of merchantable coal, mined
mission to prospeel the following •(? tay tlle royalty thereon. If tbe
described lands for coal and petrol- ••al mining righls are not being op-
eum: Commenolni al a post planted «»sjej. such returns should be fur
SO chains east and SO chains north ""W at leatt once a ye"»r.
of the mouth of Wesi River, llience "We lease will include the coal
north SO chains, tbence west SO ■"nine rights only; bul the lessee
chains, tbence south SO chains, Kay Be permitted to purchase wbat-
thence east SO chains to the point of •»<* available surface rights may be
commencement. oonsldered  necessary  fo,- the   worlc-
GEORGE   \V.   KERR.      tog (fettle mine at the rate of   $10
Per James F. Redmond. Agent. Per acre.
Dated February 19th, 1915.    aplS por  full    information   application
should be made to the Secretary of
the Department of the Interior, Ot
ta-wa, or to any Agent or Sub-
Agent of Dominion Lands.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy .Minister of the Interior
Cft»l Jdnlna Blgbats of the   Dominie* III nuutMbo., Saskatchewan   art* ,
Aa.HlfWa*.  tSb 'aijcon    Territory,   the]1
Northwest TaUBWories and a portion" the premises known as Lots 16 and
NOTICE is hereby given that on
the 23rd day of -March next applica
tion will "be made to the Superii.
tetwient °f Provincial Police and to
tita laaoard of License Comni«sion-
sra tor the City of Prince llujprt for
iHirfuission to remove the license for
the sale of liquor by wholesale from
notice.
The Canadian Patriotic Fund.
Will those who need asstttenee
from the above fund, resident in Hie
city or district and whose breadwinner is on active service with tbe
fortes of the Empire or her Afliea,
kindly notify the secretary af the
local organisation.
tf W. E   C0LLIS9M,
P.O. Hon 735.
IWlKHlCHKWlHa-IKli'l'OlKKWi TOO 0444
SAFE DEPOSIT SOXES
For Rent
REASONABLE    RATES
Skeena Land Distinct — District of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Mable Lock.
of Victoria, B, C, occupation wife of
A. S. Lock, intends to apply for permission to prospect the following described lands for coal and petroleum: Commencing at a posl plained
at the north-east, corner of Coal
Lease No. 2435 itivo thousand four
hundred and thirty-five) (Near'Otard
Bay), ihence northerly 80 chains,
thence westerly SO chains, Ihence
southerly SO cliains, thence easterly
«J80 chains to the point of commence-
"5 j ment.
g MABEL  LOCK,
Per .1.  \V.  Co
Dated  February 20t'a,   '   I   .      aplS
containing maps and detailed information, have been prepared by the
Department of Lands, and can lie
obtained ou application to the Department or to the Government
Agents in tbe several Land Recording divisions.
VESTERRAY'S   BASEBALL.
Skeena Land District — District of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE XOTICE that George Palmer Might, of Seattle. Wash., occupation Broker, intends to apply for
permission to prospect the following
[described lands for coal and petrol-
letim: Commencing at a post planted
240 chains east and SO chains south
of tbe south-east corner of Coal
Lease Xo. 10020 inear Otard Bay),
thenee east SO chains, thence south
SO chains, thence west SO chains,
thence north 80 chains to the poinl
of commencement.
GEORGE   PALMER  MIGHT,
Per .1.  W.  Connell, Agent.
Dated  February   20th,   1015.       aplS
3.
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THE
Continental Tr
sk,
Disi   '■ ;   of
■  '
Const  League.
Salt   Lake,   0;   Oakland.  1,
San Francisco, 2;  Los Angeles, 3.
Venice,  1;  Portland, fi.
American League,
Chicago,   2;   St.   Louis,   4.
Boston,  -1;   Philadelphia,  C  (called
on account of darkness).
New York, 2;  Washington;
Cleveland,  9;   Detroit,  0.
Xntlonal League,
Rt. Loais. 2; ' lib c ■■"> -'.
Pittsburg, 2; Ci: ';:; at!
Brooklyn,  5;  > .-■    I'm k,   '■
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HOW THE LIBERALS
IVORi ! :       HE   GI!
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Royal  Naval College of Canada.
The next examination  for the en-
16, Block 3a., Section 1, sltuaie U
Hnarar Street in the City of Brince
Rucert, to the lands deecriljied as
Lots 19 and 20, Block 23, Seotton l,
on Third Avenue In the said City of
Prince Rupert.
DATED  this   2i)th   day  of   Febru
arr,  1915.
PRINCE   RUPERT  IMPORTING CO.
LIMITED.
W. II. Marshall, .Manager
*21mar22 Applicant.
t*y of Naval Cadets,  will  be bold at
Skeena  Land  District  — Districl   ofj**e examination centres of the Civil
Queen  Charlotte Islands. ,Service   Commission   in   May,    1915
TAKE NOTICE that Marry Mc- «i«oeS8fUl candidates joining the col
Mann, of Victoria, B. C. occupation H*8 on or about 1st Augrnst. Appli-
Carnenter, intends to apply, for per- jaaHons for entry will be received ftp
mission to prospect tbe following do-1*° 'fitb APr'l by the Secretary, Civil
scribed lands for coal and petrol-ISwvioe Commission. Ottawa, frotnjjjj
(-nm: Commencing at a posl nlanted inborn blank entry forms can now be
1C0 chains easi  and So chains south obtained.
of coal licence No. 10020 (southeast     Candidates for the examination in
corner),    thence    easl     SO    chains, May next  must be between the ages
ihence south 80 chains, them est of fourteen  and sixteen  on   the  1st
SO chains, tbence north SO e! ilns to July-,  1915. \o
the poinl of comm nci   i nl Further details can be obtained on §
HARR*   McMANN.       application to tlle undersigned,
n ted Februarv 20th, 1915.     -• 18
Skeenn  Land   Districl G- J- DESBARATS,     ,_
Deputy Minister of the Naval   Service j ~
4>i'-,r>'.|<iv*ji«"
B.a-'-V' -\r.A v"3
"-;!ia.r. ■
CAJVKELLATIOaN     iiV
RESERVE.
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the Reserve existing on Detention
'ulumi by reason of a Notice published in the British Columbia Gazette on
the 30th of May. 1912, is hereby can
celled.
R. A.  RENWICK,
Deputy Minister cf Landi
Department of Lands,
Victoria, B.C.,
October  19th,  1914.       o2!
tK-*mHKHKHKH»lWi"
GUARANTEED
American  811k
IKISMRY
WE   WANT   VOU   TO   KNOW
THESE   HOSE
They stood the test when all
others failed. They give real
foot comfort. They have no
seams to rip. They never become loose and Baggy as the
shap.e is knit In, not pressed in £
t They are GUARANTOTD for a
£ fineness, for irtyli, for superior- §
{ ity of materia] and woadfaiiin, 2
' ship, absolutely stain! is.aiid tiA
wear six month; without bole/fl
or replaced  by new pairs free --3
4.
.
JAMES GILMORE
Queen  Chnrlotte  Islands.       ,   'Department of the Naval Service,
:"". '.:'     .   r .".    ,.;       '    ",- , Ottawa, January 8th, 1916
..:   \ " ■-.    •     ".    c .   o.'"" "lion |
' '   Fl,   M    Burgess,   Intends   to      Unauthorized  public.lion   of   this „
:,     ,"     ■ ■■     '..u in pvrisneel  the advertisement will not be paid for.—  c
ll     Ini   il   '   ;' -:   t .nds   for   coal '■2858. ja2S   j
■, I 'oleum     Commencing   al   a
nti d   : : ' i-'• i;i :i... easi  of  the
,   ■' easi . oi nor   of    Coal    i.i i.   ■■
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■    ■'.    SO   • ',■!■'-.    "  80
n "• I ARC1I1TKOT
hen lo tl       ■'. '  Second  Ave. Near McBrlde St
!'      Dili ic."
f> tjur I'i'ee I lifer
g To every one .lending us 50c
si to cover shipping charges, we
_ will send, subject to duty, ah-
%  .-■"!.llely   tree;
Turee pairs of our famous
men's A .'.I E '[ I C A N SILK
HOSE with niltten guarantee,
ani  color, or
Three  pairs  of   our   Ladies'
Hose,  in   nl ick,  Tan  or  While
colors, with written guarantee.
DON'T
■ -   " "    '
" , 11,   l.ueiit.
Sot]     1915.     aplS
50c. per month
Land      i
,..    commence-
:   '".   KERR,
'.li.ii.ml, Agent.
1915,    aplS
District  of
....  . ediey, ioi mer super-;
inlenileni   of  Indian   Affairs;    .lames
A,   Smart,   Deputy   Minister,   and
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RUPERT MARINE RON WO   .  AND
SUPPLY CO., UfllT ii
WATEHI'liONT,   PIIINUK   RUI'IORT
ENGINEERS,     MACHINISTS    AND  MAOHLNIIRY  CONTRACTORS
Speeialists iu Miiiin.' Power Pl'iiis   Oil. Stonm. or Gnaoline,
li. O. roust   Agent*   for  tho British Kromliotii Scnil-Dlcsol Oil En-
aiiie—lhe   mosl,   i-ollnble   an.I    oconomicul,   nnd   lho   cheapest
power for fishing boule, ui^s antl pMNonger vossels.
Sltiii.lai'il   ('as   Engine   Otiuipany't Hhtrj^nOfl antl Parte ill stuck.
id   Dlstrh i His.iri.i  of
Q I   Oharlotte   Islands.
TAKE  S'OTICE  thai  George    Palmer  m: f Seattle,  Waah , occupation  Broker,  Intends to npply  for
f, Ipermlssion to prospeel  the following
described lands for coal and  petrol-
W. White, still an ofiicial ol the Im- 6um;  c mencing at n posl  elan'.'.!
migration  Department, who acquired   180   chains   easl   of   the    south-east
,  ,    ,,     _,     ,   ,, ■" r  of  Coi !   I lcen. e   No.    100.20,
by  lender  laud  in   the  Blood   Moun-   ,,„.,„., ,   ,.||;|j||s    ,,,,,„„   ,..,,,,,,
Indian   Reserve  on   which    theyiRfl  chains,   thPiice   wesi    80    .hains,
thence norl li     ■  chains to the point
HOTEL DIRECTORY
Momliers   of  tbe   Prince   Rupot
lalrfnued Vintners' Association
niNOHOR    HOTEL
Oor.  nl   irirM Ave. .-ami  Eighth SI.
W. H. Wright, Prop.
tain
made a    proflt    of
hinds were    secured     hy
blank tenders   prepared
$84,000,    These
moans    of
il    Ottawa
of commencement,
GEORGE   PALMER   MIGHT,
Per ■!.  W, Connell. Agent.
Dated February 22nd, 1915,     ap!8
'Skeena  Land  Dlstrlcl District  of
/
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4..
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::: ■■    \<%iW'/% ''    ■ ^'^'■m
J, " ;.:'!'0,^!;Vv     •       ■::■:''':-. ■'
■■   . '■■ h -V";' '■   '-. .
"■' :V'i'-*4 •■,.■! ■-;,•.-yi-J.;vCii-;-   ■
and   taken   lo    Toronto    by    Messrs.
Smart and  Pedley,  where they were
Queen   Charlotte  Islands,
lilled   in   and   Senl   back   to    Ottawa,      .TAKE   NOTICE   thai   Albert   Scott
whore all bin eight or ten were sc- 7,0ck' "f vi,"""i'"1'  "■ c- occupation
I Agent  and  Salesman,  Intends  lo  ap-
cepted. ,ii|y  for permission    to   prospect   Hip
following described lands for coal
land petroleujn: Commencing at a
OF posl planted 80 chains easl of I lie
jsonth-oast corner of Coal Lease No.
j 100 20 (near (Hard Bay), Ihence
south    80    chains.    Ihence     east    80
•../-amit-in    ir.    r,r.i.">v    r.,a.,-,a,    ,.      .    Chains,      t Il.'-lfl-        III.fill 80        ('linillS,
NOI ICE .IS HEREBY GIVEN   Ihat ;, ,,„„,„   wes|   N11   nhaJng   |0   ,„„   p0,n|
tiie   partnership  heretofore   subsist- of commencement.
ling  be. ween   .!.  S.    lohnson,    J.     ' ALBERT SCOTT LOOK,
Por ,i    \. Connell, Ag< 'i1.
Dated   I'd,ni,.:y  L'i'lh.   1015, a    :
XOTICE     OF      DISSOLUTION
PARTNERSHIP.
1 "''
flPrl    Ruperl
Steel, Iron, Oils,  Win
Columbian   Bi
Marine  Accessories,
Repairs—First-cl
pairs.
P.O. BOX 51S
-■•>.<a, ti. <:.   >fi>.ad   Pu.'icya,,
Pl Opel It W,   yXaKt'llt'C   UMiSJIVl,   !»)I|UI(I«   Oil*
t    m?Mm
equipment anil '-.'.'!   tor i*.i- Iuj-' ajm\ ship iv-
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s.    lohnson,   J.    A.
(Swanson, and C, C,  Ketohitm, In the
City of Prince Rupert, has this day
jiii'ii   dissolved   by   mutual   consent.
All  debts  owing  to  the  par i
to  be  paid  to .1.  S.  Johnson  al
aforesaid,    and   all
claims        ' ;aid ] nrtnershlp
Dare to he presented lo him, by whom
same will  be sottl
Dal .1 at Prince Rupert, B, C, this
17th   day. of  .March,   191 i,
.1.  S,  JOHNSON.
.1.   A,   SWANSON.
C.   C.   KETCH'   ''
!.d«"BL CENTRAL
Fim Aro   .M.i Seventh St.
■tlnrtajpean   moA  American   Plant
SW.oe i« M.BO Per Day
Pm«t Blscli,  Prop,
KNOK  HOTI'L
Firs!     Avo.     tlehn-et'.-     Eighth     niul
Jflnth
Biiropenn   Piaji;   R.-ki-m   BOc  to 81.0'J
Per Day
Fleencr   «   B<whct.   Props,
. '.."'im   i."a I   DlBtricI  -    Districl   of
i nn   u C    "' Isl nds.
TAKK  NOTICE  thai   Alberl    Scotl
Lock. ,     I'ictorla,  li.  .'.... cupation
1    '..'in, Intend!   to ap ly  for  per-
;>n   to    prospi ' '     ''.','    fdllov ill".
described  land.-  for coal and  petroleum:  Comm 'u.-:,."  ;.'  :> poi ;  planti d
100   chains   easl   of   the   aouth-easl
corner   of   Coa]   L»ease   No,     10020
■ Otard Hay I,   thi uco   aoi th 80
chains,     ■ leni        "«■■'      80      . .    ;
,   i soutl   80  cli tins, ''   ■       wi
v" chains lo the point of commence
ment,
ALBERT   SCOTT   LOCK,
Per ,1.   W.  Council, Agent.
Dated ry 20th, 1915.    a] 18
kMPRBSe   HOTEL
J. V. Roehe«t<M- v. ll. Caslej
third  Ave. Between Sixth and
SeveiiOi   Sts.
Onropena Pl«n; 50e to   *1   Per Dai-
ROVAL HOTEL
,    Owley av. lliiigcss, Props,
TWrd   Ave.   Rati   Sixth   Sl.
Snrtipmtn  Plan Slt.-ntn   Heated
■nmtwm>.    waoUDSiiiB
oo., Litnnsn
Second    -.ic.  and   Sivth   Hi
PlltMie    |02
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Sc5r*wc iwn-wirr import-TV') oo.,|
mutmD
-Trnsef nnd Sl.vlh Sts
Phone  7
DELAY—Offer    ex-
; Ire    when   dealer  in  your   lo-
cality   .-   selected,   Give   color
aud  size desired.
The  Interna(ioiial    Hosiery  Co.
21   llittuer Street
Dayton, Ohio - U.S.A.
a
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THE MOST COMFORTABLE
j TOURING CAR
IN THE CITY
g   Answers nil calls day and nij-lu
P   Stand:    Hotel    Prince    Ruper
5!<teWC^-IWi>aKl-a-a>Ol><l^^
New WeHinjjton
Coal
lhe li'nvoAte HoBsoliolil Coal
Cleanest. Bilglllcst snd Best
Rogers & Albert
Second a-\veuue
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