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VOL. v.
PRINCE   RUPERT,   11.   C,   WEDNESDAY,   MARCH   24,   1915.
Price 5  Cents.
XO.   114.
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—■•■''s :rrillj_,_;Tr^g.'. ^j'-'^rxTTJ ••
,.,....,,
Germans Held Back
ks Made
Western Front
In
n
l'.ii Is, M ri li 'i'i. Vn official report say..:
"In  Belgium om- artillery d
ed  several   obs< rvatlon    point!
points   of support    from   which   we
saw the former occupants lake their
flight.
"Northwesl of Arras we captured
a German trench, which we destroyed. We took some prisoners at the
time of  the capture of the  position.
"At Soissons a fresh attempt nl
bombardment was stopped by our
artillery.
"In Champagne the enemy bombarded the positions which have
been taken by us, but did not make
an attack upon us.
"At I es Parges the enemy made
two attacks which were completely
stopped. i
"Al Hartmann-Weilerl-Opf
captured a lino of trenche
blockhouses."
SOCIALISTS  NOMINA II X(l
FOR COMING  ELECTIONS
i?_l-_HKH_-KH2-»__W.>t_»i>^ :
r_ Si
Honors Won By Lieit. Peters I
d Pi        , K-. C.,'ol      Is city, has i
in:; that his eldi on, i.i"- I. Fi '(1 ters, who v.
niand ol II. M. S, -thiol ....
'  .          '-.   ■ . .   , ;.                 '
warded   wltl]   the   Distinguished    ervlct   Order
cer
Russians Sweeping
Enemy Before Them
Capturing Men And Guns
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IP   'A ILL
Uirge
- !
Number    of    Candidates   Arc
Already in Hie
Welti.
The Socialists of the province are
nominating candidates freely for the
coming provincial elections. Vancouver has named .1. Harrington, J. Sid-
away, W. A. Pritchard, C. Lester, .1.
Kavanaugh, and W. W. Lefeaux,
making a full ticket.
The following Socialists have already been nominated to contesl
constituencies in other parts of the
province: T. Connor, Pernie; E. T.
Kingsley, Slocan; J. A. Macdonald,
Ci b rland; .lohn Mclnnls, Fort ■
George,
JUDGMENT GIVEN
IN FAVOR CF Cl
ANYC.:,     .;!!£
From
' .      , : ill
JUDGE   CALIIER    DECIDED   ( OAL   . IIAHi-:-    AND    ',.'
BUYING CASE IN FaiVOR OE LAST    EVENING      DECII.El.
APPELLANTS. NOT TO  NOMINATE.
'I rn: i   v. i : '.-, Val
earlier  Camp, and  thi     I uglei    will
once  more   raise   their   echoes
reveille and lights oul   In  the valley I
Cutler tbe Circumstances   He   Prac-1 Meeting Held Last  Evening Reached 0j j.j.e j.,,.,,  ,... ,-        .    .■ .,,. ,,  js the'
tit-ally Assesses Costs on Each Conclusion ll Wo.  Wise to intention  of  tie   .1 al ter  of  Militia
Parly. So .Act. j to   mobilize  Canadian   Iron:'   al   that
'point as soon as navigation  on   the conti' "'':   "'  '■'" '
1st.  Lawrence Iti or  '•  is  opened  and,We  have our  front  al   Dukla    Pasi
the  transports  can    pull    out    from I where, we captured   3,500   men   and
'i": "   .-:
tion   of
Petrograd, I.—A l
report om
■ ui   tin   lefl   I t lhe   Nli       u
in-
oin     -i' ilary,
nd   a    now
.i -il   a
convoy  and   with  ii  ::  quantity of German  goods.    Ti,     .  .   :   i
were either  killed  or   made   prisoners.
"In  the   Carpathians   oiij)  troop;.
I
The appeal In Rogers & Black vs.      At  a  meeting of the Trades   and
City of Prince Rupert was   disposed Labor  Council  last  evening  the  de-|
I
of yesterday in the County Court by
Judge  Calder of Ashcroft.   The   de-
we
nini
LIBERALS  NAMED.
Quebec.   Thi   big      mp, whlcl
i'ii- si   ii" of the mobilization of the
"... .lino   men   who  art     now   at    the
battlefronl.   has   been    raft-ai I    Bini ■
lhe  snow
"I  ii"- ■ :i inj    in    the
Uzsok  - i      i ■   ii si '1 "
 _o	
Kamloops anil Green ivootl Nominees I
Are  Selected.
Roan! ol' Trade Luncheon.
Vancouver,  Marcl
-Frederic!;
] W.   Anderson    has    been    made   tii.- only about  ,-!i
There  will  be  a  luncheon   served I choice   of   :1m-    -       li Liberals
on  the  si 'amer    Prince   George   to- while Dr. .1. D. McLean is the choice
day.    D ii- io ial;e tiie form of a ti'   ,. Greenwood  Liberals.
luncheon    ami   ihe   various   courses  0	
are practically all lish caught in ad-j
jacent waters. Tin- luncheon is announced  I"  he  in   honor of tlie  li.h-
mittee   of   the   Hoard   otjterday that   lhe fishing Bteamer An-
clsion was reached that no candidate should be put in the field lo
cision was in favor o[ the appellant, represent organized labor at the
ihe City ol Prihce  Rupert.   The ap- forthcoming   provincial   election.    At!ll,!'-V  'eft,  but as  soon  as
, ,. ,    - . . . ■-,    ,   , i     has cleared from tin1 ranges Hie lie- ti'icri'iTivc thi?
peal   was  from  a   decision  given    in a  previo      meeting, i:   had  been  de- i 1.1 m u.i i i.v»  i'ii.
ill in:'    touches    will    be    pul     upon ....
the Small Debts'Courl  by W. E. Bur- cid   :   thai   S Uacdo.   lil   should
ritt.    In  the   a;,iieal   yesterday   the be lhe candidate II i:  were found ad-;
- tble i" pul  .:  c indidate   forward.
1 ie  mi i I Ing  lai     night   v. at   foi   I
if consi lering    tiie    wisdom
of running a man.
The  opinion   was    vei'j
■ ■  .I   thai   iu   the    Interests    of
.    ■ be    in*-.-
i'-ii"n!   to nominate  ;■   labor
lease was tried over again.
The    case   was   one    in    whicli
small   sum   was   involved—
...   in   conn ii
lion with t:." ilelii -: j -it i oal to the
t lectrii tight pla a of i' e city. Under the agreement Lhe coal was i"
be weighed at tii" city scales. This
was done
ishing   touches    will    be    pul     upo
 .;    which    5uring     tiie    winter
have bi en in training at tii" ; a lot
in Hilary divisioni   ai  '   di trie!   In
quarl   ■       irougl ' -  minion,
ami  manoein        oi il
than    ii:--'    been 11 '      at    head-   .
■i nerally
Tli"   fale    oi'   Gi i'i" in marine
l*-s,  ami  the
sister  shl -    i'-'- blli-h
I:."  facl   that this modern ten
: .   -
quarters will hi- carried out.
action   -ui  ii"-  nn'
The    Minister   I victim
f the camp  In tl     l-Iou Accordin     the    ti
II  was il---' ted  better  to  i
n ( ■' hai    It    :" '
li
Rumor Aboul lhe Kelly.
, but it was found later tha,  ;  ,,  ..„,_., M „  ,       ,,_.,. _  „  , ,        .. ii      ' "        by the excellent ..   ,  ,  ,  ,
A   report   wis in   circulation   yes-,Uveighlng was not correct.
■  lies had  been  settling and   lhe ,        ...       , ,,-,   .*,-„,.
ie ihe situation  by  putting  for-
results  obtaint _ ooting    alone.
' ■ •  ■
comi
erh
Trade   and    the    chairman    of
committee, G.  W.  Nickerson.
 o j——
■: i'i   i::  Indi  '"•:.! -til  labor man.
1
thai  :' ■ iv Kelly had been lost in Alaskan
waters, investigation has proved thai
the rei.orl   seems io  lie entirely    unfounded.   The Canadian Flsh at Cold
Called to tbe East. irage company offices have no iu-
Rev. J. !•'.  Dimmick,'pastor of the formation   lo  thai   effect    and   have
Methodist   Church,   leaves   by    the |nothing to indicate that there is any
G. T.  P. this  morning for the   east
i ir    a ■ been called m :-'-t   Catherines
The city lighting staff estimated
that about aim tons were losl to the
'ia.    in   the  delivery  by   the   weight
o in by the scales. This estimate
was a -1 -i -,; by I he log kept by
l:e engineer ;:i the station, lhe
imounl being arrived at by the num-
HAS  ESTABLISHED  FISH
He declared^ that  whip- other troo      ,    ..
were   eipial   in   phy
able  lo   tlodi i
r '
.'
■
STATION  AT   TIDE  RIP IN'.il
etc.,  i hey  would  nol   be  .    n . :
shooting  for tin itlngenl  nn-
.--..:     ,    dice   ■ '    ii."
These range:    :an
Before ti e "tin fish" can flrt i
tiracy, it  must  bring Its perl
rn   i' i
Tbe    New    England    Eisli
C
•i"illi  i.a  lhe story.   H   would  appear
that  Hie   reporl   may   have    had    its
Ont.,  throng serious  Illness ol origin in an attempt to work a hoax
liis mother, who has reached .in m]-1"" some om- in the city
vanced  age ami  who is in   :;   pre  i  °	
rious  coi    Itii  i       'Ir.   Dimmick    wi1,!      March     House     !'■■ nl Bar
nol  return  until   April  22.     H -   ha    gains—Sale   Price  on   Print   Mm
m.i.li- ::, i tn ■ ■ nents fur ': .- filling o[
tin- pulpit  each  Sttndaj    ■:::! im-   hi
absence.
urns,  15 cents, at George 1>. Tito's'.
Save  Dollars at   George  I--   Tite's
■':   -io i.'- !  Sale—      i-j Hiiii ;   redn    d
her  of  wheelbarrows  used   and    nut
by \velghing.
l-vidertce   wai   suhuiitted    to  show
Ihat.    a    test    of    the     weigh     scales
"- .!. - rding io the (iguri
tin- Judge, roughly i los of li
-   at.
Fred  Peters,  '.. O, -
aded  tin i   ..' ii'   ':■" city . .    ■ i... . ,,,t ,., ,;, . -,■      ..■  -
Mated  thai  the - It)   b< ale wi re to hi       . -      ...    --, ,-■„■   Conn
ran""-;.    - ':        -'"■ ii        	
date a tremendous number of
"■    ' '"  N'ear-by T||0  ,..,,„„   ,.  now   in    .,    ,
* ,m,t- |of permanency insofar as water sup-
ply, dri Inage, i '■-.    - :
-■
i'i" fair!) ■
r  is lu
■'i. iction,  in   Ihe   iit-
,i '
.   ■     ,
''    '    "e mobilized,  i.  I    - I   m   tl . .     -
fish,   ihe  N  .     I .   :  nd    Fish    Com- valcartier Plains,
pany  hi . ition al    Tl
' ■   from Surf Inlet. .'
in: vim-  ir-:'    bi "i.    :i!'i"- I    ' here    (ind agent    Ho
lish ar" being centn i!  at   thai   poinl  ■
■'  ' ' '"'   ;: " importi     a of tl e      The thlrd ,.,„„:„.„,       t least, i III
It Is a nol
i ' ' ■
M.  M.
craft.
in ed in     el did  um  mean ,.M ,„.     . .-. -     - -  ..,„„, _
'   -   city had io lake the wel    .      ;      . ■ ,   -,    ,
..whether   il,.-  scales    were    rlgl ,  ,; ;  Co  I which he  v       afraid
n -.  Alex. .M.-iii- mi  fi.i   ,the   | I
!  li|V respondenl  contended ti'i.t  tin  i ;;,,.,,.,-i  -!:. ;,  fishing
■   nothing  I.- i'i.      ; - rl i ■                        .,,.
announces l hut the.British forces have  inflicted  a   defeal   on    tin
fi ■ ;r any,     llis i     i Bhould   nol
now   ii.
I    -,- -I.iii,- by i log,      ilch mighl
i .,,,    . ..,,,,, , i.amo
n j   ".i lerfe, ad   bi
"-■'Hi r  of .i lie     .:
Wl>«<Ii.'.-CH?0H_J_KH*__WlHTs»IK-O00O*4»0aO4O444440044-a40O04#4<O00 '•
British Driving Turks From _. uez
London,   March   L::.      _i   official   '■   orl   bj    the    Press    Buro
Turkish   "' " operatini    i ■■    si the Sue_.   Tii" enemy   is
full retreat.
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l>a»IWl. WttlKi-iK-O-l.HWCHKHWlK^
Iidependeut Boats Steadily Increasing
■ .    ■ :      ft Col_ ompai
' :                                        h fi om plan
i .-   .   in i .     ■ Igerator (ms.
T;                              I      8 been re, eived  a    tin     iold Stot
. '    -                                 '         ■ t are engaged ii
of here. The i of  these  Indep tidi nt 1
Cold Stor               ■■.  ■     : ■ i.     i I, I       :   I- I   : '                   to bi
I i   '      I      I com liarf and cold Bton lant,
ttWMU0OOWMO#&00440#*!0W
':'       Hli   Hono
il is had weighed i".'i r
i could not I
■ inliff would nol
o   read
II    id in  I
CnitioKuii  Sailed.
'!",,.    i nion , Cairn
now  bei ■  I
les the steam •■■
■ . ...
\.a ----,,...       .     -     .   C-    .:-|.,.-:
/.
-,-.--. -
I
1 t'nson asked
i
! ■     r  ■ ■ sts.
i-1   In-    v. ■:
'I"'"   i
i>a oo o Wednesday,   March   24,   1915.
PRINCE "RUPERT    JOURNAL
prince Wow? journal j FINANCING OF
N MOLALITIES £
! 344000444400000044000004400004404444444440000000000 00
i K
Product No.
■■:::. __ .:■_■:■ " "..;"'
i 'ontnins nl out -'-.;  li s.
$1.30
0. H. NELSON. Editor.
1
III'   Is
offlce;      -     Third   Avenue    !s
near McBrl I " "
Pos   iffli i Box  607.
i.v   EDITION.
Published    every   morning    excepl
Monday.  D >»' ^rriw   -
city at tii"  following rate. II  paid in
advam
One   Vear
Six   Monti i
Thi''
If   in-'      aid    ;'
er  Mi nl
WEEKLY   RDH
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hi
,,
poin      '
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SIR   FREDERICK   WILLIAMS-1 AV
.   ...   DEALS WITH  QI ESTIOX
SO.ME  TIME    '-
Said  to   Have   Eorese
iliialitiii   Thai    Has  Xo
Arist n.
SPLENDID EOR  PLUMBERS
The sal ' • :' Product Xo. 00 is strictly
confined to the high-class supply
houses. Iti cosl of manufacture is
therefore not affected by -Dept. or
"price cutting store" influence thai
30'oftdn drives manufacturers to the
use of Inferior chemicals and pro-
- " . Ni ■ i he dealer allowed to
red. nt- the r tail price under penalty
of   having    his   supply    terminated.
adva-nce,
. :   ,, .-■    i;i I11C
at
■
ra
calj
Advi
,
Ban             on - .      iced
m of Ju
an   JI . i   Join ■ j
i
time S lok sub
tion to   thi
A POWERFUL SOLVENT FOR
CLOGGED DP MAIN PIPES
■ii■"!:. '. ,,. lit t-■  ,|   lint,    paper,    cloths,    luiir,   slime,
grease,  vegetables, soap,  fruil and niany others,   li  :.- harmless to
lines .>" mihl
I    ' .-    ■  . .'!'    PCT   OFF ".'    IT
Thi:      ■  ■  . - n io '  -    ■       '■        "
i'i ".. :    i itin by   I    ise   who   ha ...
tried It, . can e i I litton ex- S
i , mail    actur- t
er .:■ to gi ]
CHEM'CAL PRODUCTS Cd, NEW YORK' |
OR -ALE BY a
C. T. P. S. S.
Sailings for Vancouver
Victoria and Seattle
A   WISE  COI USE,
-,-.      i     : Co incil  i"
its d - - ■ t -"'■ ; '" '' '" ;
li,. fl dear In tin - . roaching prov-
lncll | election to a contest between
the straight line party candidates
acted wisely, ive believe. While
that body in reaching the decision lt
did lias not announced that it will asj
.  , ,,:,„  „„i not only better protection to the In-
an  organization   take an  active  part|
in   'lie   forthcoming  elections,    there
THE    IIE1 IA1 1'Mlil
THE    BEST  l.\ . I1NG    AND    HEATING
HONI-    IH'.I
die li-i :.- di vis ;d for placing municipal borrowings under the strict
supervision and control of tin Dominion Government, or at any rate
of the several provincial govern-1 *
ments, the beneficial restraint that
would    thus   be   exercised,   assuring
a*H»«r_K.-Kkmk_c<_Often, ftoftftftflctoo000,^:0044c-00000000;. 000;■■..■.-.
can be little question thai labor
must recognize in the Conservative
party in power and in William Man-
son, who will undoubtedly be the
Conservative candidate for tho district, consistent friends. At all
times Hie Conservatives of this city
and this district have striven to do
what was fair on behalf of the
working "lasses. The decision of
the Trades, and Labor Council will
unquestionably be taken by Hie
pany here as a recognition that the
efforts that have been exerted from
time to time alone, such lines are
beim; appreciated.
THE    DISABLED.
What shall be done tor our partially disabled soldiers and sailors?
Th      question    continues   to   attract
vestor but also belter  terms  to IheW
borrower.   He  drew  attention to the!
state of affairs that existed in En
land  nearly  half a century   ago
consequence of a lack of limitations |J-'
on municipal borrowings, which condition   was  remedied  by  the  inaugu-,,
ration   of   Local   Loans    some'   forty ]
[
years ago.
. Sir Frederick's foresight and experience told him that a similar
stale of affairs would soonei or lati r
Inevitably result in Canada, and as
|e ents havi shown he was not mis-
taki n. Today the pr'ce on loan
money to Canadian municipalities is
considerably dearor than what it
was a decade ago; they having to
pay from live to seven percent., and! |?
even more, whereas English miini-|B
' I  ■ li ■   :-  I uough   ilic  I.oral    Loans,JB
BK HJ• tfftftftft ftftftOft ftftl. DM «KKH3 4 40 00 4044 ftO ftO 13 SKI ft <5 ft ft:. 0044444O
8
I
laster and Brick
ETE LINE OF BUILDERS' SUPPLIES
II
Prince Rupert
JJLiR
vv»9   Lili.
Telephone 186
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&&M«ll^0000440400O440a0004444000O444IKK. frftSB. OOft «ftftft* '
PiO.es
Amir.
imping beppoes
I'UOXE  101. IM).  DRAWER 1041.
330 SECOND AVE.
I?-; ,HI<3_J_3-KKHKH. -CBKKKI _K_t3 ».__«. <KKK<-_. SKI 040 40 tHKH.tKKKB.-l. CBKHKK1
obtain their funds at not mu.h more
than three per cent. The solidity of
municipal    securities  In   England   Is
est    exemplified   in   the    following
|extract  from an editorial   commenting on  l.";■ | Loai   Invi Btoi    clamoring I'm  fi. .   , i api    ir
the
devoted  to   the   Inter-
I    SI- -,.l       ;....
public  attention  and  to occupy   the
mil .' '- -.ii.:"    Canadl  -.
Hi
ll    ..-   oul     . r  of   ei- :i   « hoi
,-
' "if
_3M_-Vi_ni_____ir_.—- .    ' H_HBffl_M___B____»BI?_»_-T,^STi.'^
.vr!;r;auEs, mouldifk . sash, doors
Prince Rupert Lumber Co.
l.IHST AVE, AND McBItll.E ST. PRINCE RUPEKT
Ph.i I'     ii i- Yi '•- ai Srni'therp, B.C.
].--
entl, in     ! - ol   ,lr. M r cent.)   I I      ■ -
'
i
in  Can
'
da.    Quotis
i li hat "i
i
'- : ;
■
■
1 ne of six i
by    tl"        Irmi i    Corporatlo
il
Iscoun !   i ,'
■
1     mda will yield 813
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i
tl
Brl
c
■
pen  i
-
thi
Tl Ital
-
nt i .       IVhal
is an examination ol the
ntative   Canadians,   who    will
li" abb   ti-w»i/lii!  "nt  the
the  success-of  such   a   venture,  and
the. publiOarTon    of    their    views   on
iln      id".
IliilTets,  Iron  IJetlN, Springs,   Mat-
tn- ses, lllankets, Sheet.! and Pillows
nl Mu   ■' '-'i'i Prices    George ,;
Tile,  lhe House Euiiiisher.
■
■
'
■
■
of   I       t    ti
■rn of   Hit
country,    Under  tli        ... y.go
tern   of    iiiMM;     :i <    well-m
municipalltii         rfer for tl
ministral lo . of ol iers and ii ts very
" i     - I--   '"■ "in i xcep-
,|" i    the provincial  poweri   thai  bo
have nol  vm  fully reallxed tlieir ro-
Itl iral     il rdians of]
iii"  nm
Local       lovernm't nl
■ '     P  ' "   Three.)
S.S.  Prince George every  Friday at i) a.m.
S.S. Prince .Ii-'in. al 7 p.m. On Sn::t!iiy,lMarch      14, 2fJ,  etc.
Eor Massetl ami Port Clements S.S. Prince .lohn lp p.m.  Saturday,
Murch   P. 20, etc.
For Skidegate, Lockcport, etc., S.S.  Prince  lohn-VII   p.m.   Sunday,
Marcl   7, SI, etc.
For Stewart  and  -Titus River S.S. Prince John 11   a.in.   Wednesday,
Alan'. . etc. -'(.
For Anyo.v   (Granby  Hay)   S.S. Prince George midnight evoi.i  Woivi
ni'stl.'iy.
G.T.P.   li.ll..a AV  S( HE]        I.
Trains leave 'Prince Rupert t'n Prince George, Edmonton, Melville,
Winnipeg, etc., ul 10 a.m., Wednesdaj > and SHturdnys, connecting' with trains  for 91,   'nul, Chicago and all   points  enst.
Trains arrii     from  the easl  on Thursdays and Silndays nt 0.30 p.m.
G.T.  ' ' .   SYSTEM
Tii"  Douhle-irnck    Route
on ■        . ' - ...... i,      ir..
For rescrvntions, tickets and full  Information  regarding   travel to
any purl "I the iVorid apply to the O.T.P. Ticket   Oflice, Third    |
Avenue;  Agency nil Atlantic Steamship Lines.
"
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Canadian Pacific Railway
tINCESS MAQUINNA,
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| Sailings for GraPaby, Sin.psoi and the Naas
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Capital    ' $ 11,5(10,000
Reserved   i'lintl $ 12,500,000
Total   Assets     $185,000,000
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Wednesday,   March   24,   1915
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FISHING INDUSTRY
THE   REPORT    FOR    THE    V
pi;i.si.\ts   Y.M,r..t!;..:
INFORMATION.
--.iii ii      Mi :: I'i 01 iii- - ■-.    Nova
la,   '■ li unsjvii I;   , nd
OF THE PROVINCE Eai vvhle!l wer<
tive.y   ■'■ '. : 17,620,    | 1,3(    .. "7.
280,447,  a  total  ot  ?1'3,S86,770.
Results  of Investigal
The '     .uruniai
salts of  Investigations conducted  byIreports.    The    besl    Known
the  scienti    -    -  ained   by    the   de-.banks    are   becomin
ena    Land     District-    DI
Quoi a Cl
(<    :       :
IAR
Investigations   Have    I'.eeii    .little
Past as in the Itife History
of Fish.    *
mer months  to  thi   consid -1
Ived 'ALITIE!
nj    onclusi ns in the m       ■     .    .
.Mr. Thompson  is therefore devi
Lis entire  time to  thli ind  Board      _i
lias already  made   several   progress  Board   ,i   E : con-  Island
liallbul     "   ° '       and all
.,   •   . iiy   de-    ''"' "    :
of I
,   ■
part mi nl   during    lie    eason.   Impo
lam  progi ee    was n ade by Dr, ('. i I.
Qilberl   it:
pleted  by over-fishi n .  a id    If
tection : - led to the ' !l '' '■''
...    ., eit ■   in   '!-     - -   -   ■'"   ire it must 1
The report  of  tlle  Provincial   IJe-1
;the salmon of the Coast, in addll'      tl     Board naki !
pal tmenl   ol   FI      : •■ ■    |      entetl   tn
io    the    ii ale   n i
rani
l.
the  Legit lature 1       ie   Hon.  W
Bom ler, ; r   of    flsl   pit
deals  at length  wl
of  the  depari mi ni ■■   tl
calendar yeai-.
on   In  1        ir repi
illectloi
iv hie
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numbe    of   la
ol' I'r.i     . ii'llm '.     ■■    London,    Liverpool,   Mai
i      in-     of .cheater,  and   Bi ' u ::
Di   ' ' '
In ■ i- only one
tltution elmllar !    '
The  .aim   of the  fishery     'oducl    ,. ,,  ;.-.-.    -     . - iment Board—and this wltl I
for  the   fiscal   yet |ded   March, contali '• Ich   Is  i mnected     i
1914,.is esl        ed al  $13,891 398, a  i...   ,■■,,,.  ,,.-.. ■       G Municipal   Department   i
11 ' '  -      ' ol „ , t the   docti ''."-■       Tl I       Board
twelve  montln ts i„    nnf  : i    of    | renljbri  igh    aboul   largely by  the  Union-si
CE tlm| '  -    bo,
-: . upation
ids I for per-
i to    . -  .      :oal and | ■■-
I [ollowing described
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: Ol
ed th oi■ _ of        north-east
corner of Lol 2437, them e north  80
i.    ns, I ■-.-■-   . -
ith    SO    cl ains,   the:,- e   ea
i      as,  to  point  i ■   ment,
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PETE 11     1MB '
ted, 1 ler 3rd, 1914.
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IMPERIAL MACHINE »
Engines   Installed  and    fien
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Oxy-Acetylene  Plan)    In    Con
Phone Red ISO Third
J. H. filLBlTCH
Contractor end Buildei
Gstinuttes given on all cla_aes ot
work, ivhelher small or luge. Personal attention given  t" evorj   iiem.
IEEN  321
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DR. GILROY, DENTIST
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dm   to the       -           -  ol       ill  ■■■ :    stream    lieory. of   Can   ,;  •■ Muni I   ilitii          hicl                                                                     j                            PETEE   PIOMBO
Northern   British    Columbi:                      [„  $      : :,                 ,-  .,  ;•„■-  |ong    i ., flvocated    Provincial                                                         msid        Date locati            ember 4th,  1914.
the  summer  of   1913    wh ni    -i- in      ho biology i M ml' I    1    " mrtments
Crown
and    Loc 1     'atl in of the lar    .
to the rainj       i on    Eshermen i the   Pacifl t detailed Governmenl   Boards,  bul   these,    nn-
mialile  to  take  their   usual    toll    of; Mr.   v , ,,      ,,   ■ „  investigate|Wl  the British  North   America   S.cl   Is
.Ei-'1:. A falling off was also shown inUne nte  history gl lib am nded,  can   be  adopted   only   by
the number of whales captured.' Thej thougl second In importance.'of thc'the province. The Saskatchewan
report stales, however, that the! food fishes of t_i_ Ci ist, nothing Board has already done good worn
value of .the producl for the current | ims been known of tli" life history In controlling and advising tlie
fiscal year will show material in-Lf this important food flsh. Passing municipal finances of the province
crease, due to the Increased price of references have been made to it by,and while the present time may no'
halibut ami herring, attendani upon I various scientists engaged upon-be opportune for Sir Frederick Wil-
the conditions which have resulted, other work, bul no systematic at- \Hams-Taylor's suggestions to be put
in the Interruption of fishing in tempt has ever been made to dfeal Into full practice, a step in the right
Great.Britain and the continent. with this matter on an adequate-]direction would be for every prov-
llowever, British Columbia's show- scale and thai II was Impossible for Ince to institute its local government
ing still equals that of the Ihree At- scientists  merelj   devoting   the su'i- board.
Dr.  Joseph St .- tied  his
li'e nati iter i
I I Ish Columbia, and reports upon
■ariotis areas where these oyters occurred in the northern sections of
[lie province.
March Furniture Suit- nl George
!». Tite's, all departments. Record
discounts for o__.Ii.
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Delivered to your ki
door, like groceries
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175,000,000 Bottl;
Groceries—Our prices are the low
est in town. You will save money o-
clinost every article. Give us a tria
order today. Phone 123. Prompt de
ivery. Mussallem & Co., 42. FHtu
A\e. East.
Notice is hereby given that on ihe
frst day of April next application
'ill he made to the superintendent
of Provincial Police and to the
Board of License Commissioners foi
the City of Prince Rupert for per
mission   to  change   .he  site  of    the
oTesale liquor   business now   c.
l id on by the undersigned company
from   iti   present   premises,   namely
ts 16 and 17, Block 11, Section 1
situate on  Second Avenue,   Cily   o
Prinee   Rupert,   to premises   situato
D   Lots   15  and   16,  Block  .12,    Sec-
.   i 1. on Fraser Street, in the City
of Prince Rupert.
Dated this 27th of February, A.D
1915. -"''-" ■"':!• ' ""-»-• .
iver   Wholesale   Lienor   Compan.
of  Prince   Rupert,   Ltd.
D   i   :-'" C.   A.  SWEET,   Mgl
iltt Land    D'stri
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE KOTICE thai Peter Piombo,
of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for permission :o prospeel for eoal and petroleum over the following di i
lands on tie West Coast of Graham
Island: Commencing al a post planted five miles easl and one mile nortli
of the north-easl corner of Lot 2435
thence north 80 chains, thence west
80 chains, thence south SO chains,
thence east SO chains, to poinl. of
commencement, containing 040 acres
more or  less.
ja29 PETER   PIOMBO.
Date located, 4th De .ember, 1914.
LAND ACT.
Mid  Bridge Work
.ally
Oilice:  Smith   Block,   Third   Avenue
A. FAULDS, lil. M.E.
Consultliag Mining Engineer
Examinations  and    de ■ l<   mt al    of
Coal, Metal, Oil.  Etc.
70!) Dunsmaii  St.      Vancouver, B.C.
HAIRDRESSINC
Mussage,    Manicuring,   Scalp   Tr.al-
mentf Electric Treatments, Etc.
Mrs.   N. 11. Himdasyde, Prop.
211 Third St PRINCE It.'.'KM
Skeena    Land    District—District    o
Qukiu Charlotte Islands.
TAKE   NOTICE   that   I,   D.    Hogg,
of  Queen  Charlotte  City,  occupation
Farmer, intend to apply for permis
>ion  to  purchase  the  following   de
scribed lands:  Commencing at a pos
planted     at     (he    south-weit      cor
er of Gooden   Island   In   Bearskin
Bay, thence easterly  thence norther
ly,   thenee  westerly,   thence  souther
y,  following shore line  to  point   of
omnienoement, containing five acres
nore or lees.
DANIEL HOOG.
Dated  6th February,  1915. fl
i Isl ric       listrici
Queen   Charlotte  :
KE NOTICE .1
Ince  Rupe
tor, ii for per
prospect Kir
Iroleum ribed
Ci
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i •   four   mllei aad    one
t ci        " of Lot
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.... ii   .      ,       10    i
I chain
acres more or less
PE. -• i iMBO.
Form  13.
Form of Xotice.
Skeena    Land    District—District    ol
Coasl   Range  5.
T '-  .1-.:      NOTICE     thai     Edward
Chesley,   Prospector,   of   Shames,   In
tends   to   apply   for    perml    Ion
the  following  descril
         . ited om
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P.O. Box 1714 Telephone 448
RITCHIE,   AGNEWt 1   CO.
Civil Engineers and S«rvi.yors
Prince   Kiipn-i.   B.C.
Waterworks, Wator Power, Wharf
-•ustruction, Reports, Plans, Domlii-
on and Provincial Land Surveying,
Slectrlc Blue Printing, Negatives and
White  Prints
Phone Blue 183 Res. Phone 393
UP-TO-DATE
LINDSAITS CARTAGE &ST0RA6L
G.  T.  P.   CARTA ill-:  AGENTS
331    SECOND    AVENUE
JINGLE POT COAL
1.  handled by ns. Ail orders recelva
prompt attention   Phone .\'o.   . .    •
Phone 93. imj.  Box S8.
Pacific Cartage Lin ited
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That was thc demand for Budv
y«ur.
The Anheuser-Busch Plant covers toda
more   than   142  acre.—equal  to  70  city
II   give ! nt   to
■   people, ant!   to  1,500  more-   in  its
branches.
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''   KOTIOE  thai    Andrew   W.
rn'   Prince  Fti   ert,   11.   C
occupation  Carpenter, intends to ap-
,;ly     for '•■■:•■      '"
coal and petroleum over the following   del :i''' id   lands    on    the    West
•        i  1      ' ':   Commenc-
,,•!,... 'i: .   north
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halns   to   polnl   of   commencement,
,.,..,i linins  640 i     ■     : lore oi   ll ss.
AMiiliiV.    W.   MacLEAN.
ns - nt,  Peter Piombo \
1 j -11. - in ate I 23rd  Dei ember, 1914.
GOV__R_#M___V«C  WEATHER
REPORT.
Fui-nlshed   liy   h.   W.    Dowling.
For  2-1   hour.; ending  5  p.m.
Marc ,  23.
Bar,  n duci d to aei   '    el... . is u._
Hlglii i-atui      (12.0
'  in    rature    36.0
\V I NTS
SAL. ION   i'-."."•
THROUGHOUT  CWAliA
of
Commissioner   Culhlici'l   of   Victoria
Taking I p Matter Willi the
Government.
NOTICE.
The Canadian  Patriotic ITiiul.
Will   those   who    need    assistance
f:om the above fund, resident In the
city or   dislrict   and    whose   breadwinner is on active service  with  the
forces  of  the  Empire  or  her  Allies,
kindly   notify   the  secretary    .if   tin-
local organization.
tf \V.   B   COLLISON,
P.O. Box 735.
Skeena  Land   District — District of
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
NAVIGABLE    WATERS     PROTECTION ACT.
R. S. C. Chaptei   115.
The Imperial Oil flompany hereby
give notice that il has under Section 7 of the above Act, deposited
with the . linisler of Public Works at
Ottawa, and in the offlce of the District Registrar of tbe Prince Rupert.
Land Registration District at Prince
Rupert, B.C., a description of the
site and the plans of the wharf and
approach proposed to hi built in
Prince Rupert Harbor, British Columbia, in front of Waterfront
Blink "G", according to registered
plan of the Townsite of the said
City of Prince Rupert deposited in
the aforesaid Land Registry Ollire
as No.  923.
.ND  TAKE   NOTICE   that   after
lie  expiration  of one    month    from
GRADE    INTERIOR
DEI ORAtTLN'G    .'.
Martin Swanson
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Si ci'ti'i    Land    Dlstrlcl     Dlsti id
q .   n Charlotte islands,
TAKE KOTICE that Peter Piomlio,
ei .   B.C.,   occupation
...     i ply fo     --I -
.  -    :   .        proopei    to     oal i ud  pe-	
.... illowing desi ribed       '■'- -:   :)    I   .   near   Ml
iVest Co:        - ,,.,,,;   thai    tin    Dominion   Go e n-jthe  north-east" corner of  Lot   2435_ Nit-    ind plans and for leave to con-
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' throughout   Can. --     the   Vic   theace  easl   SO  chains,  t-    poinl    of
Continuim . tin    irticle oomn»i u«emi nl i I i    640, acres
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TAKE  NOTICE   that  Andrew    W.
Mai Lean,  or  Prince   Rupert.    B.   C.,.
occupation Carpenter, Intends to ap-'tne f,a,p of Ulc' fil'sl publication of
plv for permission to prospect for!tlns noiioe, the said Imperial OU
coal and petroleum over the follow- .Company will under Section 7 of the
in.: described lands on West Coast 8aIa A,'f apiily to the Minister of
of Graham island: Commencing at Public Works at his offlce in the City
:      - il   planted  two   miles  north   of P1  Ottawa   tor approval  of the said
:•!::;, iii'i.'   and plans and for leave to construct the said whan' and approach.
DAI ED  at   Princ ■    Rupert,    B.C.,
this   2nd   day   of   February,    A.    0.
1*916. 4w-f4
THE  IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY,
NOTICE is hereby given tha+4 on
the 23rd day of .March next applica
tion will be made to the Super! i.
tendent of Provincial Police and lo
the Board of License Commissioners for the City of Prince Rupert for
permission to remove the license for
the sale of liquor by wholesale from
the premises known ns Lots 15 and
Iti, Block 32, Section 1, situate U
Frazer Street in the City of Prin_6
Rupert, to the lands described as
Lots 11) and 20, Block 23, Section 1,
on Third Avenue in the said City of
Prinoe Rupert,
DATED  this   20.h   day  of   Fehru
ary,  1915.
PRINCE   RUPERT   IMPORTING CO.
LIMITED.
W.  II.  Marshall.  Manager
t'2 1mar__ Applicant.
W.    "      ,EA1>
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I CANADIAN STEAM I
0
Land i__*__iot
of
-   or less.
,.
i- immi iched   a fl_ I   I      Piombo
.         I will .Date  located,  :
hi:;  boom
.  Indus! ry of  this ince    Ti
irge   E.
,.:, -ieuibo,.
Skeena   Land   District 'I  triel   of
I  •;    ■.   .n     , -' ■ i.
'.,   . r.   -■ :-    ter of     '.   ■   and   i om- |    TAKE  NOTIl El nd    w   W
It will  not he pos-
1    -i.--.-m, of Princ
B.C.,   ««e*M*-M  "«""■  '" '"'   •   "   """  "'"-  uc ",,s-   'upation Carpenter, Intends l.i   b
■ <    -,"    . lble ti       - la;      t aside for the, or  : arm Bslon to pn     ■       for
NOW OPEN FOR  BUSINESS
'.,.,. .:  I ■
:        eratoi
; .-',' ed
i'liont' us and ive ivill call for a
trial   bundle
Note   our   address:
515   SIXTH   AVENUE   WEST
Iarl7.ii
mon    : i    Cai
nd petroleum over thi      11 Jb rta,   the   i-ukoii    1 >vritory,    tbe
Graham  Islaiid     Ci    - lencing  at   a
'-' ' \    -ii   Day,"!!"581
fill.
owing lies«_»llx__.
,   Wi.-i  Ceaat of Oral m
8  BMt pl___t-;||V .
.    the   north-easl
corner of  Lol   2435,  thenoe   _a_i   -'-•
.'!.-. ins,■
lance  north ,:'  ■"""'   ""'' ■'    "itheuce  wei chains  lo   point   of
SO   cil !| .   -      ioinl    of   ceuiiYH-r.-..- Day" has ' ■ ■ ;i eel  bri     -' on the Pa-|commencement, containing 640 acres
 aining   640  acres  more or
fi lefes.
ja29 PETER   PIOMBO.
Date located, December'4th, 1914.
t '.'
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COAL      MINING
REG! LATIONS.
mining rig! is of the   n in
Ion  In  Manitol -      clu wan   and
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-    - sr    orlei    ind a portion
of th    Proi Ince of British C ■
uiaj   I     :-     - '  fi .-   ,  I. : i-: of   tweu-
north-easl   orner of Lol 2433, thenci   tl one years al  an annual   rental of
north line,    thenci    - .j$l   per  acre.  Not   more   than   2,560
"Salmon
chains,    thence     south     SO    chains,
Phone No. 8
Canadian Steam  Laundry    S
.. 0_t-_HH-_tfH__>IKH_-i_i_-&
I Capt. J. McGee
2 M.M.S.A.
Mnsters and  Males prepared
for examination.   Coinpass nd-
i   ...
Phone Red 502
"NAUTICAL   AC..    KMY"
Hclgei'son  Block, opposite
Loyal   Hotel
cine Coasl  of the United States, and
has  always  been    b    --rear   success.
The plan  of the Victoria  and  Island
Skeena   Land    District—District    of Development   Association  is to   have
Queen   Charlotte islands. [every     resilient      in     Canada     have
TAKE NOTICE that Teter Piombo, special  salmon  dishes  on  the   table
of   Prince   Rupert.    B.C.,   occupation
that    (lav:    railroad    and    steamship
Prospector, intends to apply tor per-'
mission to prospect  for. sal and pe-1companies  operating  in  the  Domin-
Ill-oleum over
following described
more   sr   less.
ANDREW   W.   MacLEAN.
flS Viint.  Peter Piombo
Date located,  23rd  December, 1914.
Skeena  Land   District  — District  of
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
ion.  to provide a special  menu,   and!
TAKE NOTICE that Andrew W.
Max-Loan, of Prince Rupert, B. ('.,
occupation Carpenter,  intends to ap-
lands on the West  Coast of Graham j  '"I»_y  f°r   permission   to   prospect    for
Island:  Commencing at a post plant- all the hotels to prepare exceptional wai aud  pelroieum over the followed   live miles east of the north-eas* j salmon  meals | i___g   describe*   lands    on    the    West
corner of Loi 2435, thenee n»rth SO j' i.Caast   of   (..raha   laidlsna
hams, thenc* oast SO chains, thoncej     The arrangement of such, a day Is I Coast of Graham  Island:   Commenc-
south   SO    ohains,    llience   weal    _0
chains,  to   point   of   cO-Bmeooement,
containing S40 acres more or leas.
PBT-M.   PIOMBO.
Date located, December 4th, 1914.
Ski   na   : and    District— lHsiri. i    ef
in  Charlotte  Islandi
TA1 ! ' IE that Peter Ptembo,
'Princ      :     ert,    B.C.,   occuj iti
$  Prospector, Intends to   .'- Iy to
IJHKHKH-(»_KHKHSi_<B3WK_0<H>l^ft55   mission to  proi  iecl   foi   cos!  and  pe-
JKKWO-i-iKWtKtaX-.SC-...-.
I SAFE OhPOSIT BOXES
I        For Rent
ItEASONAllLE    UATliS
hi:
expected    to    have    far-reaching   results.   Each   year   in    Canada    about
60,000  tons  of salmon   are  caught,
and  the bulk of thai  taken by fishermen  on  the Pa ific  Coast   is ran-
■   '  i'ii I shl    ed   to   Iv gland.    The
Idea   - f  - he     isociation   Is   to   have
more    salmon    consumed    on    the
i iii ies,   «if" e  there   should   be   a
d large.market.  It  is also  hoped  Ihat
,   ■      B.|i] or ler mi
salmi n  ■   -i	
Cuthlierl   Is  also    writing   to
i.   IT.  Tt
If
cannol  bi   found  in  the British Isles
West  Cos it of '!- sham
I: laud : Commenoli     i :  plant-1 people on I
t of the  north- ast
! Lot 2. north SO
chal •'-'- st     sn     ottains,      Mr
■ -hem  it ,|,,,,
h tins,  to   peinl -'- enee-l
..  ...      ,,,',.. ing     • :  |   ....  mere or L
less.
i BITER   PIOMB
l.att -      D cember tlh, 131 -I
iug at a post planted one'mile north
a_»d tw« miles east of the north-oast
corner of Lot 2433, thence north SO
chaias, tbence west SO chains, thence
south SO chains, thence east SO
chaias to point of commeneement,
containing CIO acres more or less.
ANDREW   VV.  MacLEAN.
1'IS Agent,  Peiir  Piombo
Date  located,  23rd  December,   1914
Skeena  Land  District  — District of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE   NOTICE   thai   Andrew    W
MaeLean,  of  Prince  Rupert,    ;     C
occupation Carpenter, intends to ap
ply  for  permission  to    pn
1  '" eoal and petroleum oyer the foil i. -
i   Iargi . li     dbed    lands   on   the
:i .inst of Graham  Island:   I
;_ i at ,i pi   '  .    i    d one mile north
for  British  Columbia's chief   canned ^nd two miles easl  of tho norl
Continental Trust
Company
ac..:■■'•. oooaooo . oo-oooooao-ub
The Morning Journal
SOc. per month
ia   Land    Districl    District   of,
;    ■ .   .:   lotte   :   I       '
rodti '.
I:     -i
doubl   bul   thai i onsumptlon   of
TAKE XO' rCE thai   Peter Piombo,
Pt '    R     ert,    B.C.,   o  ti  a  (   "    ':' ' "si !   '
i        ti i, : ■'- .i li   ."       il    for per-    ,i.    H    nn
..;,    1,1    i,' OS] OCl     ' COI   i       '■ ,.   , ....
be foil iwing des .li   a lialln,Gnl  '"  additional  cam
corner ol  Lot  8435, tlience north  SO
icb-Jas, thence oast SO chains, thei
'i   l ■" ■'  D y"    '    -e is little *«uth   80    ebains,    .heuci
ciains,   to   poinl   of  conimencem  ul
(,-anta-Uii.g IS40 acres more or loss.
ANDREW  W.  MacLEAN.
fl s ■ ■ ent,  Peter  Piombo
Date lecated, 23rd December,  1914.
greatly Im _-
oul   the estab-
on
Tin       .i        of I lie tiaj   is
lids  on  thi   Wo ' -■'  of Graham:.this coast
nd:  Comoii.imvn:: at a post plan*-,        ,.    „
ed four u.U-s north ottte a»rtb-Mat nractically  i isured, and  the a    a -
■    of  I.ol   __ 4:. 7,  ihi'.iec north  10   tion   plans  to  make  it   an   annual  af-
■ >. thence oast  SB chaias, ihence
south    89    o .ains.   thi   '■ ■    weal    80
tains,   to  polnl   of     .:;:i_i.i: -. unui
fair.
•    The    naval   department    has   jut I
Issued   an attract! a   bi oltlel   which
ir Srd, 1914   gives  reel]   s  for the cooking  of all
-KHJISU Cn. Ol. <HW) 0400 440 0 0 ..■00400 «_K 044040voXHBHOtlta4M40.     '
51 ''•"'"
iv'ini'iin'i     I mere oi- lost.
i.i_n '::!l..'    ITOWBO.
acres will tie lease! to one applicant.
Vpplrcations for a lease must he
made by the applicant in person to
the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in wh, a the rights appliel for
In    surveyed    territory    the    land
must he described by sections, or
legal subdivisions of sections, and
in unsurveyed territory the tract applied for shall be staked out by the
applicant   himself.
Each application mast be accompanied by a fee of $5, which will be
refunded if the rights applied for
are not available, but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the
merchantable output of tlie mine ai
he rate of five cents per ton.
The persoii operating thc mine
shall furnish the Agent with sworn
returns accounting for the full
quantity of merchantable coal mined
aijd pay the royalty thereon. If the
* 'nal mininy rights .ire not being operated, such returns should be fur
nlshed at   leas!  once a year
The lease will include the coal
mining rights only: but the It .-■ -.
may be permitted to pun !,as. .whatever'available surface rights may be
considered necessar. for the working of the miu. al lhe rate of $10
per acre.
For full Infoi-ruation application
should be made to tl stary   of
(in Departmenl of the Interior, Ot
lav-a, or to any Agent or Sub-
Agent iff Dominion  Lauds.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy Minister of the Interior
JAMES GILMORE
ARCHITECT
Second A: e Near McBride St.
RUPERT MARINE IRONWORKS AW}
SUPPLY CO., LIMIT8B
.   WATERFRONT,   IMWMM.    -MHB
I.NOIXEEHS,   .lACHlN-HTK   INI)     M-OH**..-.\     OSNTItACTOil
Specialists  in   Murine  Powei   l..i:i.-. Oil, Sic-im or Gasoline.
II.  < .  ('nasi   .Witt-,  for ll i      ■   'avtmilaoiii   li.au-. Bn-
Hi
Colill::: ., Copies
\ cured upon applicatl
department,
■' .'     ■ ■■■     .' ;■
EOc per month
lie i
power l'»i   II   I .'■:-,   !- '.'I •,   li.. .
Siiuiil nil Gas Engine 0»mpo_t)Js
'■'
. .   .   ■       .        ul     rile     .1'
a.iti   |M-
_!n0l-i_-S nud I'.-ii**-, _u stock.
■
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HOTEL DIRECTORY
Members  of  the  Priuce  Itupe. i
l.iicusei! Vintners' Association
Cor
WINDSOR    HOTEL
ol   I'ii-.t Ave. and   Kiglilli SI.
W. II. Wright,  Prop.
HWffEL  CENTRAL
Fii-ki  Ave   nnd Seventh St.
I_nro|ioan   and   Aineiicim   I'litim
IW.00 to $::,:.<i Per l>u>
Poter Black.  Prop.
:
llojul  N'aval Ctt-Joci' •( c_._nn.it.
I EOIMENTAL ORRRRH.
I,--- hue      I - '   Own
unit
ORDER I .'.  :i.  Mc
Mullin ': .
KNOX  IKifl.i,
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•t'intli
liiil-iai'i-iiii   Plan!   Hales   BOc     "  I
Per liny
lleHiur   fi   Besner,  JVops.
ami
Steel,  Icon, Oils,  ' ■
(' mill in
Marine    '      - -'■ ■   ■•
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repairs.
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P.O. BOX
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the ■ ' - ■ !■• ■■  ii i  : ba I ':■ I
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PuTllior (let.iiil- oi'-.ci i
appliontion to the itDdereigi
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Li'lMI,-'   'PI'.!..
    .  1916
l    I'M,- ' U     ; - -1.    of    tliis
!        i-c.     . ii      h    irl   ■   rah! for ■
B«. j.i__
WMPRliSS  HOTEJi
,J. V.. Roclieste '-'. D. Casley
Tli.nl  Ave.  Between  Sixth _ml
ontli  sis.
European  Plan;   BOc  io   if I   Per  l)a.-
-   ,1. HOTEL
Oorley .'.   ilurgess, Props.
I liti«l   ive.   nntl   Sivil)   M.
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liEAVEII      WIIH),EH M.E      [-IQIIOH
CO.,   .''l.IMlii
••■■it.il   Ave. and  Sixth  St.
Phone U>2
1'RINtli Rl PERT IMrORTM-G Co
LIMITED
I''laser ami Sixth sis
Phone   7
NOTICE   OF   CANCELLATION    OP
UESEHVE.
NOTK -■' ' i.iKUKliV GIVEN that
tin Reservi . listing on Detention
Island by reason of a Notice published in the British Columbia Gazette on
- ii   30th of May, L912, -  ..  -   o
i
ft    A.   RENWICK,
uty Minister (r Lain:
a    ment of Lands,
Victoria, B.C.,
October  19th,  1914.       o_ !
W«H>iK«HXH»OiKW»o_i--_Ja-_ii>a>iKi
GUAUANTEEE
American  Silk
HOSIERY
5 WE WANT VOC TO KNOW
_ THESE   HOSE
5 They stood the test v,-':en all
9 others failed. They give real
H foot comfort. They have no
g seams to rip. They never be-
K  come loose and baggy   as   the
5 shape Is knit In, not pressed In.
g   They    are  GUARANTEED    for
6 fineness, for styl., for superlor-
g ity of material and workman-
g ship, absolutely stain! -s,a_id to
O went six monthi without holes
g  or replaced  by new pairs free.
Our Free Oder
S To every one sending us 50c
o to cover shipping charges, we
g will send, subject to duty, ab-
S  soliitely   free:
Tnree  pairs  of   our   famous
0   men's    a M 13 K 1 C A N    SILK
S     IOSE with  written   guarantee,
g  any color, or
g       Three  pairs  of   ot:r   Ladles'
2 i.   ie,   i:i   i.lack,  Tan  or   White
H colors, with   .'ritten guarantee.
i       DON'T     IHCl.- "-  Offer    ex- S
S I'lies  when  dealer  iu  your   Io- 3
5 cality   Is   selected,   Give   color g
3 and size       In S
o  The  International    Hosiery  Co. a
21  Bittner Street S
S*   Dayton, Ohio - I'.S.A.  5"
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THE HOST COMFORTABLE    |
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