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Array The Journal
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VOL. v.
PRINCE RUPERT, B. C,   THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1915.
Price S Cents.
No.  237.
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BRITISH SUBMARINES PENETRATED DARDANELLES
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THE TURKISH ARMY IS IN VERY CRITICAL CONDITION
CANNONADING AT POINTS ALONG THE WEST FRONT
NO IMPORTANT ENGAGEMENTS SINCE THE ONE AT HOOGE TRENCHES
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London, Aug. 18.—Sir John French reports |here have been no important incidents
since the capture of the trenches at Hooge on August 10. There have been occasional
artillery engagements but no infantry actions, i
Progress Of The War
On Western Front
By Means of Mines
Paris, Aug. IS.—An official report
6ays:—"There has been violent cannonading at Artois in Champagne,
and at a prominent forest at La Lou-
vlere on the front at Seilie.
"The struggle by means of mines
continues at a great many points.
Near Beuvraugnes south of Doye, an
explosion of one shell shattered the
shipping works of the Germans.
"In Argonne various attempts were
made by the enemy to make progress
by means of hand grenades. In the
region of Marie Therese. Ail of these
have been repulsed.
"In Vosges the position taken by
us on the Sondenach Ridge is still
in our hands, despite violent bombardment."
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.1. E. Oppenheimer arrived from the
Rocher de Boule mine last evening.
He is going south this morning.
Interior Of District
Great Farming Country
J. E. Merryfield Who Has Returned From Ootsa And
Francois Area Speaks In High Terms
Of Its Possibilities
LOSS WILL BE
VERY HEAVY ONE
MILLIONS   OF   DOLLARS   WORTH
OF PROPERTY HAS BEEN
DESTROYED IN TEXAS
»
Shortage   Or   Water   Adds   To   The
Inconvenience  In
Galveston.
Dallas, Texas, Aug. IS.—Millions
of dollars worth of property has been
destroyed by the storm here. The loss
of life resulting from the tropical
hurricane which struck Galveston
(Continued on Page Pour)
	
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DR. INMAN
Eye Specialist
Glasses Accurately §
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This northern part of the province
is capable of all kinds of development, and this will follow now that
the railway facilities are provided.
Everyone who goes into the valleys
of the interior return with the same
report, and that is one of optimism.
.1. B. Merryfleld returned last evening from a trip into the Ootsa Lake
and Francois Lake districts and the
Buck Flats. He returns convinced
that a very rich farming area is to
be opened up there. These valleys
will compare most favorably with the
otlier parts of the north, that are per-
haps hetler known than (hose mentioned, because the Ootsa has been
more Inaccessible in Ihe past.
Mr. Merryfleld says lhe land is the
very best. The crops nre this year
excellent, and the live slock looking
In the pink of condition. There has
been a very considerable done In the
way of settlement nnd with an area
that Is so well adapted for grazing
stock, litis found no small part of the
farming operations. The Dominion
Government has made provision for
the placing of pure bred bulls in the
district s0 as to Improve the stock.
This bus been no small help to the
stock raisers,;..who appreciate these
'Continued  on   Page Two.)
An Open Verdict By Coroner's Jury
Yesterday afternoon the coroner's jury concluded its duties in
connection with the inquest in the circumstances connected with the
death of John Pitman at Port Essington. The verdict that was
brought in, was an open one, fixing the crime upon no one. It was
to the effect that he came to his death by a hemorrhage caused by
a wound in the neck, inflicted by a sharp instrument.
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AH Evidence Is In
Except That Of Murphy
Preliminary Hearing In The Murder Case From  Port
Essington Was Continued Here
Yesterday
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A Real Estate Snap
Lot 12,     Block 9,     Section 1
$2,200 Cash
Worth $10,000, witli building ivoith $2,B00 on il.    Apply nl once to
GEORGE BRODERIUS f
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All day yesterday was taken up by
Stipendary Magistrate McMullin in
hearing evidence in the Port Essington murder case. The perliminary
hearing was practically concluded
yesterday, with the exception of the
taking of the evidence of Murphy, the
man wh0 is lying in the hospital at
Port Essington, as a resull of wounds
inflicted upon him on the same night
as Pitman was killed. His evidence
will be taken just as soon as it is
ascertained that, he is fit to give it.
lt will probably be taken at Port Essington.
Einar Carlson testified he went to
the restaurant after the hotels closed.
He identified Ohara and Nagano us
being there. He was not positive
as to Kameda being the other one.
Witness asked Nagano, "Can I have
a bowl of soup until tomorrow, and
I'll pay yon for it." Nagano said,
"Soup, yes." Witness had two bowls
of soup. After he finished he went
and sat down with  Murphy.
Trouble Started,
One of the Japanese came up and
said, "You pay me now."
Witness did nol know which one
li was. lie replied, "1 told you I
pay you tomorrow."
Ohara came and hi! him with his
list. Witness said, "If yon are going
to start any trouble over it, I will
go and get the money right now."
As lie reached the offlce of the
Skeenn Commercial Company some
one struck him on the hack and
knocked hint down. Ohara and another  .lap  attacked   him.
To Air. Peters witness admitted lie
was pretty  full  that evening,
\n  Eye Witness.
John Wesley, an Indian, testified
to Carlson coming out, followed by
Ohara nnd Nagano, He saw from the
opposite side, lighting Inside. He saw
Ohara strike Murphy in the back
with n knife. Outside Murphy fell
down the steps In a heap.
Witness saw Pitman come down
(he steps and run towards Ihe pool
room,    followed    hy    Kameda    and
Ohara. He saw IVagano standing
with a knife in his hand.
He saw Ohara later come back
from the direction Pitman had gone.
He came towards where Murphy was
being helped. He had a knife. They
all ran.    Ohara followed them.
Cross-examined by Mr. Peters, witness said he did not see Pitman stabbed.    He saw Pitman strike the cook.
Joshua  liobiiison.
Joshua Robinson, another Indian',
was with the last witness opposite
the place. He saw Ohara waving
a knife and Murphy fall down the
steps. There seemed to be another
mix up at the bottom of the steps.
Medical Evidence.
Upon resuming court in the afternoon, the firsl witness was Dr. N".
McNeill, who examined the body
when It was brought here.
He descrlhed tne wounds which he
found on the body of Pitman, the
victim. There were bruises In various parls. The fatal wound was a
great gash In front of lhe shoulder,
which exposed tlie lung.
In reply in » question hy Mr.
Pelers, Dr. McNeill said thai It was
quite possible for a man tn have nm
288      feet      afl    '    111- ■   1
wound, before he collapsed,
John   Itetcliloril.
John Reti hford testified that he
was standing near tlie Oriental Cafe.
He saw Carlson come running ent,
followed by two Japanese, lie Identi-
. fled Ohara ;>■■■ one ef them, who was
, wearing :i gn y aiveater,
Carlson.fell down.   He said, "Don'l
j hit me Toklo, I'll fix it"    The three
'went hack to lhe restaurant. Witness
followed (hem,    Wilier!  was paylni
| the L»u< i'or tin- soup.   Murphy, Robt.
Angus. Jack Pitman, Carlson, and the
1 three Japanese in the prisoner's box,
I
were   all   iu    the   building.    Ohara
'caught   Carl-ni   by   Ihe   throat   and
hacked  him  lip against  u  hex. Carl-
snn's nose was bleeding.
Warned Japanese,
Dob Angus walked over and said,
"Don't yon hit a while man."
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(Continued  on  Page Two.)
British Submarines
Have Penetrated Beyond
The Dardanelles
Athens, Aug. 18.—Two more British submarines are reported to have
penetrated the Dardanelles, and to
have entered the Sea of Marmora,
where they are preventing the sending of ships to revictual the Turkish
army in the Gallipoli lteninsula. The
situation of the Turkish army in Gallipoli Is now regarded as critical.
Hamilton reports that the British left
has won 500 yards of ground, in-
c'uding a Turkish trench at Gallipoli,
and the Australians have repulsed
Turkish attacks.
Britisii  Advance.
London, Aug. 18.—General Sir Ian
Situation In Greece.
There is little change in the diplomatic, situation. Venezilos asks four
days to study conditions before attempting to form a new cabinet in
Greece.
Flower Show fjeld
Under Local Society
Magnificent Display Made At Board Of Trade Rooms
—List Of Prize Winners As Decided
By Judges
The 'ocal Horticultural Society
held a flower show yesterday afternoon in the Board of Trade Rooms.
Tlie display of flowers was remarkably good. There was not the number of entries that the society would
liked to have seen, but the quality
was above criticism, and showed that
this city can produce flowers second
to none in the country.
Mrs. Dawson, Vice-President of the
society, opened the exhibition. She
did not speak at any length, hut lamented the facl that there was not
a larger number of exhibitors who
had taken  part  in the display.
The prize winners were as follows:
[foliage Begonia I, Mrs. T, McClymont.
FuBchla i, Mrs. XV. T. Kirkpatrick,
Geraniums I. Mrs. W. T. Kirkpatrick; 2, M. M   Stephen •
Ivy GeranluniB    1, M. M. Stephens.
Pelargonium    I. M.  M. Sti     i n
Zonal Pi largonium I, M. M.
Stephens,'
Dwarf Nasturtiums 1, W. T.
Kli kp'atrick.
Schizanthus     I. r. li. Holland,
I-"--in (any variety, nm Asparagus
I'hini l  I, Mrs. It. 1.. Mi Intosh,
Specimen Flowering Planl 1, W.
T.  Kirkpatrick.
r,,i ni Varii gated Geraniums 1,
M. M, Stephens
lol   I low els.
Sweel I'eas, besl collection isix receptacles with six spikes, iu each, ar-
rangei] with any foliage), 1, Mrs. (1.
Morrow; .', Mrs. T, McClymont.
Twelve annual Poppies with any
foliage. 1, M. M. Stephens; 2, V. II.
Dawson.
i Continued on Page Four)
SOLD FISH AT
VERY GOOD PRICE
Tlie Idaho Hshlng boat which arrived in port Tuesday with 30,000
pounds of halibut, disposed of her
catch yesterday to the Rorvik Fish
Company. The price obtained was a
good one, being five and five-eighth
.cents a pound.
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I     INSURANCE
5   AS     Ml'l.l,    AS     IN     OTHEI.
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x Insure with nu- iu non-Board
companies. They are nol weak
or Irresponsible concern I
repn sent nothing bul 'he mosl
reliable and well establl I
companies,
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The Standard Dairy
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< ni ."> cents a Pint
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04000000404400040400000000 Thursday, August 19, 191!
PRINCE RUPERT JOURNAL
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Telephone 138.
O. H. NELSON, Editor.
Office: 128 Third Avenue East,
near McBride Str__\ Telephone 138;
Postofllce Box 607.
DAILY   EDITION.
Published   every   morning   except
Monday. Delivered by carrier In the
city at the following rate, if paid in
advance:—
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Six  Months       $2.50
Three Months      $1.25
If   not   paid   in   advnee,
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WEEKLY EDITION.
Published every Friday for circulation outside the City of Prince
Rupert at $2.00 a year, addressed to
points In Canada; or $3.00 a year to
•11 points in the United Kingdom
the United -*tates or other foreign
countries,
Advertising  Rates  Upon  Application
Telephone  ltlB.
Thursday, August 19, 1915.
ALL EVIDENCE.
(Continued ti_m Page   One.)
Ohara let go Carlson and started
at Angus. Kameda ran to shut tbe
door. Witness blocked him in this.
Kameda tried to go behind him to
shut, the door. Witness got into the
doorway, just outside, when Kameda
slammed the door in his face. A
stool just then came through the window.
Looking in the door he saw Kameda and Nagano, the cook, had Murphy backed up against the counter.
Ohara was hitting Carlson on the
bead with his crutch. He hit him
twice, breaking the crutch each time.
Japanese Got Knives.
Murphy got free. Kameda and Nagano ran hack to the meat market.
Nagano got a French knife and Kameda a  clever.
The door opened and all tried to
rush out. Witness backed up as he
heard the dishes breaking. The door
opened and Murphy came out. with
Pitman. Ohara came next. He had
a knife in his hand, like a cheese
knife. Pitman grabbed Ohara. The
cook was brandishing the French
knife. Murphy fell down the steps.
The cook, who had been wrestling
with Pitman turned back. He had
blood on the left arm of his white
coat. Pitman staggered down the
steps.
Kameda  had   come  out   the  door
with the cleveh and disappeared.
Pitman Staggered.
Pitman staggered to the street and
then went staggering on. Nagano
stayed in front of the restaurant.
Ohara started after Pitman. The
cook, Nagano followed up.
Murphy at this time called out,
"Come on boys and help me." Murphy was off the steps. Witness and
Erny Pierce went to his help. There
was blood over his cheek.
Ohara came running back just at
that time and came towards where
they were. He had his knife. Witness dropped Murphy and ran. Ohara
followed some way.
s.-nv Line of Blood.
Witness saw a pool of blood at the
restaurant. This was just outside
the restaurant. There was a line of
blood along the sidewalk In the direction in  which Pitman went.
The nexl day he saw the hlood outside again.
Cross-examined by Mr. Peters,
witness said he had seen Kameda
several time.* about  the restaurant.
Witness did not see Pitman stabbed, lf Angus said Pitman wns stabbed at the bottom of the steps, he
would not say that it was incorrect.
He was not prepared to say that
Pitman was stabbed at, the top of the
steps.
Witness did not see any disturbance at the bottom of the steps.
He did ml ltnow who stabbed Mur
phy.    He did not know whether he
was stabbed then or not.
Mr. Peters wanted to know if he
and lii_ companion had stayed with
Murphy they might have saved him.
Witness said he might be killed
himself.
Mr. Peters asked, that in view of
the fact that witness did not know-
where Pitman was stabbed, nor as
to Murphy being stabbed, he was
not a very observant man.
Et-nest Pierce.
Ernest Pierce gave evidence that
there were four Japanese in the
restaurant. Murphy was the first to
come out, followed by Ohara, who
stabbed him. Murphy fell down.
Ohara came back towards the door
and Pitman grabbed him. The cook
was there waving his knife around.
He saw blood on the arm of Nagano, the cook. Pitman staggered
down the steps. Angus was at the
hottom of the steps.
Pitman made his way down the
street.
A Fourth Jap.
Before the knives were produced,
the fourth Jap, not one of the prisoners, went out through a hole in the
back of the restaurant.
Kameda came out with a clever. He
went down the steps and disappeared.
Ohara followed Pitman. Nagano also
followed. Angus also went down the
street.
Cross-examined by Mr. Peters, witness said he was sure Ohara stabbed Murphy. Either Ohara or Nagano stabbed Pitman. Kameda had
nothing to do with it.
He was sure it  was not Kameda
that went out through  the window.
Angus Recalled.
Robert Angus was recalled and In
reply to Chief Gammon, said that
after he (witness), was stabbed at
tbe bottom of the steps, he did not
go to the top of the steps.
In reply to Mr, Peters, he said he
was positive Pitman was stabbed at
the bottom of the steps. That stabbing at the bottom of the steps was
the fatal one. It was across th" right
cheek and into the body.
.\n adjournment was then taken,
this completing the evidence, with
the exception of the depos't'on of
Murphy and Dr. Laye, which will be
taken later.
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YBSTERDAY'S BASEBALL
Northwestern League
Spokane, 6; Vancouver, 5. (11 innings).
Seattle, 3; Tacoma, 2.
National League
Pittsburg,  8;   Philadelphia,  4.
Cincinnati, 7; Xew York, 4.
Chicago, 9;  Brooklyn, 0.
St. Louis, 1; Boston, 3.
American League
Philadelphia, 1;   Detroit, 4.
Washington, 0; Cleveland, 3.
Boston, 3; Chicago, 5.
New   York-Cleveland   game   postponed on account of rain.
Const League
Los Angeles, 11; San Francisco, 9.
Oakland, 1-3;  Vernon, 6-2.
Sail   Lake.  1;   Portland, 0.
REPORT TO HI-: MAUL
UPON FACILITIES
I'OR MUNITIONS
Victoria, Aug. 18.—Ernest McOaf-
fey, head of the Provincial Bureau of
Information, has been ordered to
make a report lo the government on
facilities at Vancouver, Westminster
and Nanaimo, for government manufacture of munitions. There arc 2,-
000 mechanics today idle in Vancouver.
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INTERIOR  OP  DISTRICT.
(Continued  rrom   rage  One.)
many instances literally hidden from
view, so rank is the growth. Th.
winter climate is excellent and little
projection is needed for the stock.
Another good feature is the fact that
the country is well watered in all
parts.
The first settlers went into that district about twelve years ago, going by
way of Bella Coola and Ashcroft.
They have so far advanced now that
there is talk of starting creameries
in the country to take care of the
dairy production.
The land is easily cleared for the
most part, there being a very large
part of It that is open. One advantage possessed by the settler in that
district, is that he can cut abundance
of hay in summer to take care of his
stock In the winter, without waiting
for a crop. There is, .Mr. Merryfield
says, land enough there to provide for
all the needs of the north without Importing. Residents of Prince Rupert
should visit that part, as well as the
other section of the country which id
tributary to here, and learn more of
what the country is capable of producing. The hospitality of the settlers Is of the highest order.
Wheat, barley and oats are yielding
large crops this year. There is a tendency to go in for mixed farming,
which should give the best results.
Vegetables thrive well, while fruits
are also easily raised. There has been
a start, made at planting apple trees,
which promise to do well.
There have been, this year, a number looking over the country with the
idea of going in for farming there on
a large scale.    The outlook is excel
lent from an agricultural standpoint.
But it is not alone a country for
farming. As elsewhere in British Columbia, the mineral wealfh is most
promising. A. G. Garde, of this city,
was seen at Ootsa Lake looking over
what promises to be a very great zinc
property. Back of Huston free milling gold has been discovered in very
promising quantity.
Altogether the country, Mr. Merryfield feels will be another Okanagan,
only richer if anything.
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0 p.m. Saturday.
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0 p.m. Sunday.
J. C. McNAB, General Agent, corner  Third   Ave.  and   Fourth   St.
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SCHOOL NOTICE
TO
Parents and Guardians
THE PUBLIC AND HIGH SCHOOLS
WILL OPEN ON MONDAY, AUG. 2:$.
The Board of School Trustees having passed the resolution authorized
by Section 8 of Chapter 38 of the
Statutes of 1912, hereby notify the
Parents and Guardians of any child,
from the age of 7 to 14, who neglect
to send such child to school, that he
or she is liable to the penalties provided in Section 141, of Chapter 206,
R. S. B. C„ i.e. That a fine not exceeding $5.00 shall be imposed for
the first, willful offence and double
that pealty for each subsequent offence.
W. D. VANCE,
Secretary of Board.
HOTEL DIRECTORY
Members of the Prince Rupert
Licensed Vintners' Association
practical  methods.
At this time of the year the cattle
graze    on    the    native    grasses,    in
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notice.
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European  un i  American  Plans
(11.00 to ;*a..*iO Per Day
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First   Ave.    Between    Eighth    nnd
Ninth
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Provincial and Dominion Land Surveyor—Surveying  and   Engineering.
Between Second and Third Avenues
P. O. Boy 10.
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Consulting Mining Engineer
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Prices for coil including   connections   $20
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Royal Bank of Canada
HEAD    OFFICE:   MONTREAL ESTABLISHED   1860
Capital    $ 11,500,000
Reserved   Fund $ 12.500,000
Total   Assets    $185,000,000
Savings Bank Department—$1 will open an account
Branches   Throughout   Canada and Banking Connections With All
Paris of tiie Unite* States. Agents Throughout the World.
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Prince Rupert, R.C, Phone 30
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Barrister, Solicitor and Notary Publlf
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Steel, Iron, Oils, Wire Rope, Balata Beltta, B. C.     Wood   Pulleys,
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Marine Accessories.
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PRINCE RUPERT JOURNAL
Thursday, August  19, 191J
MUNICIPALITY OF THE CITY OF PRINCE RUPERT.
NOTICE OF SALE OF LAND FOR UNPAID TAXES IN THE MUNICIPALITY  OF  PRINOE   RUPERT,   PROV-
INCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that on Tuesday, the 14th day of September, A. D., 1915, at the hour of 10
o'clock a.m., at the City Hall, Prince Rupert, B. C, I shall sell at public auction the lands in the list hereinafter set out, for delinquent taxes in arrears, and for interest, costs and expenses, including the cost of advertising the said sale, if the total amount due is not sooner paid:
Name of Assessed Owner.
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Roden, Geo	
Brown,  John   	
O'Neil, D. R„ et al	
Bennett, C. V	
Bennett, C. V	
Peyton, D. M	
Renz, Eugene 	
Laplaca, L.  B	
G. T. P. Investment Co. Ltd	
G. T. P. Investment Co. Ltd	
Rogers, Jas. & Sweet, G. A	
Strltzel, G. R. M	
Mackay, J, J	
Button, Fred   	
P. R. Town Properties, Ltd	
P. R. Town Properties, Ltd	
Morrison, W. R. & Smith, J. C	
Planitz, Chas. (No. 70')  	
Planitz, Chas.  (No. 70')    	
Law, Wm. M	
Moore, E. A	
Moore, E. A.  	
Hilditch, J. H.   	
Kirkpatrick, J. A	
Owen,  Mary  E	
Freed, Max	
Freed, Max	
Kerr,  Geo.   W	
McMordie, Mrs. Edith M	
McMordie, Mrs. Edith M	
Scott,  Geo.  D	
P. R. Town Properties, Ltd	
P. R. Town Properties, Ltd	
Atlantic Realty & Imp. Co	
Ross, Robt	
Ross, Robt	
Ross, Robt	
Ross, Robt	
Ross, Robt	
Ferguson, Hector  	
* Ferguson, Hector 	
Vance, W. D. & Birch, H. W	
P. R. Town Properties, Ltd	
Fournier,  J.  B	
MacLaren, J. L
Postulo, Jas. & George, G	
Falrley, Capt. J. H	
Fairley, Capt. J. H	
Gurvick, Nick  	
Clayton, Dr.  W.  B	
Krivokapich,   P.   Bregolisse,   B.  and .
Camozzi,   S	
Krivokapich,   P.   Bregolisse,   B.  and
Camozzi,   S	
McCrimmon, Angus K. C	
Saunders, Aubrey, T	
Hamilton, Henry  	
McClellan, A.  R 	
McClellan,  A.  R	
Hamilton, Henry    _iA ■ .
Hamilton, Henry   	
Hamilton, Henry	
O'Shea,   M.   J	
Williams, A.  B.  & Kennaugh, W. J.
Williams, A.  B.  &  Kennaugh, W. J.
Weber, Carl   	
Mnnroe, John  	
Munroe, John 	
Grossman,   Isadore   	
Tiffen, Fred W	
Henderk-kson, H. C. & Schofleld, B. A.
Henderickson, H. C. & Schofleld, B. A.
Clarke, Fred	
Westenhaver, C. C. & J. D	
McLeod, J. F. & M. R	
Demers, Lydia, K	
Demers, Numa   	
Magar,   Hazen    	
Moe, G.  P	
Moe, G. P	
Grossman, Joseph	
Abbott, R. J	
Soskin,   Morris    	
Robertson, G. S	
Law, Wm. M	
Law, Wm. M	
Swanson,  Martin   	
Cameron, J. G. & Peterson, A	
Cameron, J. G. & Peterson, A	
McLaren, J. Lome 	
Kinsella,  H	
Kinsella, H	
Sweder,  J.   H	
Mazzei,   R '	
Krlkevosky, G	
P. R. Town Properties, Ltd	
P. R. Town Properties, Ltd	
Abbott, Mrs. K. T	
Abbott, Mrs. K. T	
Beck,  Marhall   	
Uwiile, II	
Hlrstwood, \V. A	
Sherman,   Wm.   H.  sr.  &  Sherman,
Win.   II.   jr	
Sherman,   Win.   H.  sr.  &  Sherman,
Wm.   II.  jr	
Galland, Mrs.  Ellziibetr A	
Stuart, D. C. & Partington, C. T.  ...
Stuart, 1). C. & Partington, C. T.  . . .
Scott, Geo. D	
Srott, Geo. D	
Holding, Honry jr	
Holding, Henry jr	
Hall, Mrs. Annie	
Freed, Max	
Freed, Max	
Cohen, David   	
Cohen, M .B	
Cohen, M .B	
Matlhews, A. G	
Atcheson, S. H	
Freed, Max	
Freed, Max	
P. R. Town Properties, Ltd	
Kach, John T	
Ennyu, D	
LeBlanc, Henry  	
Morita, Jasu 	
Solem, Chris	
Yup, Sam  	
Levy, Julius  	
Zarelli, u	
Butler, H. 0.  (10'E.)   	
Butler, H. 0	
Law, Wm. M	
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319.63
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112.55
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Stuart, D. C. & Partington, A. T.
Wilson, J. Douglas   	
Abbott, R. .1	
Law, Wm. M. & Butler, H. O	
Law, Wm. M. & Butler, H. O	
Law, Wnl. M. & Butler, H. O	
Law, Win. M. & Butler, H. O	
Abbott, llrs. K. T	
Abbott, Mrs. K. T	
P. R.Town Properties, Ltd        6
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Ferguson,   Hector   	
Ferguson,   Hector   	
Mclnnis, Angus & Brouse, J. E
P. R.Town Properties, Ltd. . . .
P. R.Town Properties, Ltd. . . .
Ennyu, S	
Paul, R        6
MacLaren, J. Lome           6
MacLa.en, J. Lome    R
MacLaren, J. Lome
Tale, Mrs. E. J. ...
Couloinbe, E	
Abbolt, Mrs. K. T.
Rothery, Jos. N, ...
Abbott, Mrs. K. T. .
Bourne, Walter . . .
Bourne, Walter . . .
Clark,  H.   F	
Co'lier,   S	
Lee, John 	
Nelson, John S. . ..
Nelson, John S.  . . .       ^^^^^^____—
Cohen, David          6
H"inpel, A. & Newbokl, Wm. K        6
Bloom, S. & Walters, A        7
-eorgioff, Ivan         7
Nieholls, Charles         7
Marshall, Grace         7
Gurvich, N. & Tausan, M        7
Abbott, Mrs. K. T        7
Evans, Miss Mabel           7
Clayton, Dr. W. B        7
.Norherg, Alex        7
P. R.Town Properties, Ltd        7
P. R.Town Properties, Ltd        7
Mcintosh, J. S        7
Moore, E. A        7
Moore, E. A  ■
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Parks, Jas  7
McGllnchy, P. & H.
Steedman, Thos. S.
Ambrose, Flora . . .
Cohen, M. B.
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Cohen, M. B        7
Duncan, George	
Duncan, George  	
Ytreberg, Chas.  R	
Tottenham, R. C	
Brown, Duncan   	
Duncan, George	
Duncan, George	
Ennyu, S	
Higgens,  Lawrence   	
Higgens, Lawrence   	
Abbott, R. J	
Abbott, R. J	
Bronzes, Frank   	
Higgins, Lawrence	
Higgins, Lawrence	
P. R. Town Properties, Ltd.
P. R. Town Properties, Ltd.
Sheehan, Timothy  	
Peterson, "H. M	
Brown, F.  R. C	
Brown, Mrs. Lily	
Meeker, John, A	
Meeker, John, A	
Selman, S. S. & H. E	
Selman, S. S. & H. E	
Planitz,  Chas .'	
Planitz,  Chas..	
Webster,  Percy   	
Webster,  Percy   	
Gampp,  H.  E	
Gampp,  H.  E	
Gampp,  H.  E	
Gampp,  H.  E	
McMillan, Angus   	
Wasyl, Syroid   	
Hutchinson, J. F	
Philpotts, Mrs. Grace   	
Philpotts, Mrs. Grace   	
Johnson, P. .1	
Austin, Alex	
Duncan, Geo	
Duncan, Geo	
McKeen, Kenneth   	
King, Charles, B	
Abbott, Mrs. K. T	
Abbott, Mrs.  K. T	
Leblanc, S	
Broderius, Geo	
Broderius, Geo	
P. R. Town Properties, Ltd.
P. R. Town Properties, Ltd.  .
Moe, G. P	
Moe, G.  P	
MacDonald,  Alex	
Parker,   II.  S	
Parker,  II.  S	
Bergman, J	
Garnett, Win.  P	
Philpotts, Mrs. Grace   	
Philpotts, Mrs. Grace  	
Rochester, Jenny, C	
Rochester, Jenny, C	
Williams *i  Manson   	
Hays, i.aniline	
Duncan, Geo	
Duncan, Ceo	
Lever, Henry (So. 1-2)   	
Brown,  (;<-<>	
Brown,   Geo	
Vil  Chas	
V'ilon, Chas	
Benson, Reid, J,	
Benson, Reid, .1	
Money, .less, 10	
Money, Jess,  10	
Helller, George  	
McKay,   David   	
McKay,   David   	
Russell, A. ii	
P. H. Town Properties, Ltd.  .
P, H. Town Properties, Ltd. .
Williams At   Manson   	
Gray, Win
Gray, Wm
Gray, Win
Gray, Win
McKenzie,
McKenzie,
Schubert
Russell
Russell
Russell
Russell
Angus
Angus
Paul, M.
Schubert, Paul, M.
Leahy, Mrs.  L. (!.
.Leahy, Mrs. L. G.
Mcintosh, John L.
Mcintosh, John L.  .
McKlnley, J.  W.   .
Schubert, Paul M.
Schubert, Paul M.
Morrison, Kenneth .
Sweder, J. H	
Sweder, J. H	
Moe, G. P	
Moe, G.  P	
Robertson,  Allan   . .
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69.32
09.32
74.63
101.80
101.80
111.53
13S.67
148.42
113.30
07.85
64.03
81.43
112.33
96.39
53.85
53.85
63.21
49.13
95.03
74.65
65.92
62.10
45.49
85.48
57.69
98.64
98.64
98.64
98.64
40.08
40.U8
63.20
63.20
68.50
27.79
81.00
30.77
30.77
46.89
17.71
17.71
17.71
26.18
28.08
18.66
18.66
18.66
18.66
18.66
63.54
35.65
32.02
71.04
61.10
40.70
30.54
44.11
25.44
25.44
24.50
20.34
32.47
16.23
38.01
38.00
39.30
4 2.93
129.02
40.68
42.69
44.41
44.41
26.29
29.36
50.24
28.49
40.72
40.72
9.64
9.64
55.12
55.12
40.71
22.06
28.83
24.42
22.07
22.07
16.44
15.26
27.19
18.31
16.97
31.42
27.19
30.54
25.44
29.SS
8.46
48.26
48.26
37.25
26.28
26.28
45.10
49.75
15.84
13.94
8.19
20.35
20.35
20.35
19.16
44.17
44.17
36.33
3 6.33
27.17
13.56
14.88
12.89
7.36
I 1.64
I 1.88
17.1 I
17.11
20.68
31.1 'i
11.11
13.36
39.59
6.40
6.40
12.05
12.05
12.114
29.43
29.23
40.79
11.87
11.87
40.72
40.72
14.23
IS.06
If).65
40.70
13.21
13.21
34.01
14.58
14.58
20.36
5 6.60
66.60
34.25
34.25
42.11
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5.46
5.46
5.73
7.09
7.09
7.57
8.93
9.42
7.66
5.39
5.20
6.07
7.16
6.82
4.69
4.69
5.16
4.45
6.75
5.73
5.30
5.10
4.27
6.27
4.88
6.93
6.93
6.93
6.93
4.00
4.00
5.16
6.16
5.42
3.39
6.05
3.53
3.53
4.34
2.90
2.90
2.90
3.30
3.40
2.93
2.93
2.93
2.93
2.93
5.17
3.78
3.60
5.55
5.05
4.03
3.52
4.20
3.27
3.27
3.22
3.02
3.02
2.81
3.90
3.90
3.96
4.15
8.45
4.03
4.13
4.22
4.22
3.31
3.46
4.51
3.42
4.03
4.03
2.50
2.50
4.75
4.75
4.03
3.10
3.44
3.22
3.10
3.10
2.82
2.76
3.36
2.91
2.85
3.57
3.36
3.58
3.27
3.49
2.42
4.41
4.41
3.86
3.31
3.31
4.25
4.50
2.79
2.70
2.40
3.02
3.02
3.02
2.98
4.20
4.20
3.82
3.82
3.35
2 07
2.74
2,64
2.30
2..", 8
2.73
2.86
2 86
3.03
2 60
8,98
2.3.'
2.32
2.611
2.60
2.60
3.47
3.48
4.34
2.5 9
4.33
4.33
2.71
2.93
2.98
4.03
2.66
2.66
3.70
2.73
2.73
3.01
4.83
4.83
3.71
3.71
4.10
74.TS
74.7-
80.86
108.89
108.89
119.10
147.60
157.84
12U.96
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69.23
87.50
119.94
103.21
5S.54
5S.54
68.37
53.58
101.78
80.38
71.22
67.20
49.76
91.75
62.57
106.67
105.57
105.57
105.57
44.08
44.08
68.36
08.36
73.92
31.18
87.05
34.30
34.30
51.23
20.61
20.61
20.61
29.48
31.48
21.59
21.59
21.59
21.59
21.59
68.71
39.43
35.62
76.59
66.15
44.73
34.06
4S.31
28.71
2S.71
27.72
23.36
30.09
19.04
41.91
41.90
43.26
47.08
137.47
44.71
40.S3
4S.63
48.63
211.00
32.82
54.75
31.91
44.75
44.75
12.14
12.14
59.87
59.87
44.74
25.16
32.27
27.64
25.17
25.17
19.26
18.02
30.55
21.22
19.82
34.9!)
30.55
34.12
28.71
33.37
10.88
52.67
5 2.07
41.11
29.59
29.59
49.41
54.25
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10.04
10.59
23.37
2 3.37
23.37
22.59
48.37
48.37
40.15
40.15
:iii.52
16.23
17:62
15.53
9.72
14.22
17.11
19.98
19.96
23.71
31.71
13.69
16.02
43.67
8,72
R.72
14.86
I 1,65
14.64
32.90
3 2.09
61.1 3
14.4 0
14.46
51.05
51.05
16.94
21.59
22.63
44.73
15.87
15.87
37.71
17.31
17.31
23.36
61.43
61.43
37.110
37.90
46.21
■' Thursday, August 19, WW?
PRINCE RUPERT JOURNAL
MUNICIPALITY OF THE CITY OF PRINCE RUPERT
(Continued from Page Three)
Name of Assessed Owner.
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Semernuk, W. S  8 ,27 lo 13.56
Smith. Mrs. Angus, C  8 27 35 36.97
Martia,  Wm.   R  8 | 28 30 39.0,
Haseyama,  11  8 I 30 \    18 |           39.10
Ruh,   II.   II  S |   30 j     20 39.10
Hull,   II.   ff  8 j   30 j     21 39.10
Burdock, Robert    8 j 30 41 8.09
Slaven, M. & M  8 | 30 44 S.u9
Rudge   I'*. W  S 31 ,     15 4.51
find*--.-   I-'. W  S 31 HI 4.1,1
Corcran. Jas  8 ,31 IS 38.03
Abholt, Mrs.  K.  T  8 | 31 i     34 4.;,1
Hartman, Paul   8 J 34 j      7 41.30
EUenburgh, Wm  S !  34 21 |             3S.94
Young, Chas. M  8 34 27 29.43
Evans,   F.  S  8 j  34 |     66 |             11.87
Evans,   F.   S  8 I  34 |     67 |             11.87
Kennaugh,  Wm. .7  8 I  34 j     74 |             16.61
Kennaiigb.'Wni. J  8 |  34 |     75 |             13.56
Share. G. A  8 |  34 118 o.45
Bergfeldt, Alfred    8 |35 7 j             35.62
Bergfeldt, Alfred    8 I  35 8 |             36.-il
Jennings, J. E  8 I  35 9 |             43.67
Von Aueberg, P. 0  8 i35 17 |             18.88
Von Aueberg, P. 0  8 |  35 18 |             13.56
McRae, H. F  8 \  36 17 |             11.14
Spencer, E. & Sharp, H. G  8 |  37 5 35.32
Spencer, E. & Sharp, H. G  8 | 37 6 35.32
McKay   L. J. & Angus  8 |  37 11 30.37
McKay L. J. & Angus  8 i 37 12 35.87
McRae, H. F  8 I  38 9 10.16
Brown. Wm  8 38 28 7.79
McLean, D. R  8 J  38 30 7.79
McNeill, John, D  8 |39 78 45.27
McNeill. John, D  8 !  39 79 45.27
McNeill, John, D  8 J  39 80 45.27
McNeill, John, D  8 |  39 |     81 45.27
Cohen, M. B '. .. 8 I 39 |     96 36.81
Cohen, M. B  8 |  39 97 39.44
Delorme,  Miss  P  8 ,40 4 j               8.03
Hartman,   Paul     8 (41 7 9.50
Hartman,   Paul     8 ]  41 8 9.50
Southern. K. W. jr  8 I  42 15 6.79
Planitz,  C  8 j  46 6 9.51
Planitz,  C  8 |  46 7 9.51
Planitz,  C  8 |  46 8 9.51
Biirklev. Tim   . .  8 |  46 9 9.51
Sueklev, Tim     8 |  46. |     10 9.51
.UeCuUoiigh, E. W. & Ward, A  8 I  46 17 9.87
Steinfelt,   Becz      8 |  46 23 9.87
Planitz,  Chas  8 |46 31 8.48
Planitz,  Chas  8 j  46 32 ,               8.48
Planitz,  Chas  8 j  46 33 |               8.48
Planitz,  Chas .' 8 j  46 34 |               8.48
Abbott   Robt.  J  8 47 5 7.80
Abbott, Robt. J  8 47 6 |               7.80
Bach, Chas  8 47 21 |               8.09
Bach,  Chas  8 47 22 11.33
-McLeod, M. G. « Henry, Wm. S.  ... 8 |  48 1 |             11.64
McLeod, M. G. & Henry, Wm. S.  . . . 8 48 2 8.83
Abbott, R. .1         8 48 5 7.80
Abbott,  R. J  8 48 6 7.80
Planitz,  Chas        8 48 11 8.45
Planitz,  Chas.           8 j  48 12 11.64
Abbott, R. J         8 |   50 20 | 7.80
Abbott, R. J        8 50 21 10.16
Deacon,  F.   r-        8 |  50 |     28 ( 23.48
Deacon, F.  P        8 150 |     29 | 23.48
Scott, Geo. D  8 50 |     31 |             11.88
Scott, Geo. 0  8 |  50 32 |             16.23
Fletcher, Chas. H  8 51 6 6.77
McRae,  Wm  8 51 |     29 j               5.74
McRae,  Win        8 J  51 |    30 | 5.74
10. I). JOHNSON,
Treasurer and Collector for the Municipality of Prince Rupert
DATED the 17th day of August, 1915.
2.07
2.67
3.80
3.95
3.96
3.95
3.95
2.40
2.40
2.23
2.23
3.90
2.23
4.06
3.95
3.47
2.59
2.59
2.78
2.67
2.27
3.78
3.82
4.18
2.94
2.67
2.55
3.76
3.76
3.52
3.79
2.50  '
2.39
2.39
4.26
4.26
4.26
4.26
3.84
4.00
2.43
2.48
2.48
2.34
2.48
2.48
2.48
2.48
2.48
2.49
2.49
2.42
2.42
2.42
2.42
2.39
2.39
2.40
2.56
2.58
2.44
2.39
2.39
2.42
2.58
2.39
2.50
3.17
3.17
2.59
2.81
2.34
2.28
2.28
16.23
16.23
39.77
43.02
43.05
43.05
43.05
10.49
10.49
6.74
6.74
41.93
6.74
45.36
42.89
32.90
14.46
14.46
18.39
16.23
7.72
39.40
40.33
LOSS WILL BE.
(Continued trom rage One.)
early this week, will be comparatively
light. The latest estimate of dead
placed number at fourteen.
It is feared the loss of life in th€
district surrounding Galveston may
be great, while sea water several feet
deep is on many of the streets. Storm
survivors are suffering shortage of
fresh water.
The mains leading to a supply for
the wells are broken and every effort is being made to conserve the
water supply which Is fast diminishing.
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FLOWER SHOW.
(Continued trom  Page One.)
21.82
16.22
13.69
39.08
39.08
33.89
39.66
12.66
10.18
10.18
49.53
49.53
49.53
49.53
40.65
43.44
11.06
11.98
11.98
9.13
11.99
11.99
11.99
11.99
11.99
12.36
12.36
10.90
10.90
10.90
10.90
10.19
10.19
10.49
13.89
14.22
11.27
10.19
10.19
10.96
14.22
10.19
12.66
26.65
26.65
14.47
19.04
9.11
8.02
8.02
Rudbeckia—1, Master Richard
Pillsbury.
Hydrangea—1, Van Gastel.
Honeysuckle—1, Master R. Pills-
bury.
Nemus—1, Van Gastel.
Posy of Sweet Peas—1, Mrs. Bur-
rowes.
Coreopsis—1, Mrs. Burrowes.
Posy of Nasturtiums—1, Mrs. Arnold.
Chrysanthemum Autumn—1, Mrs.
G.  H. Arnold.
Verandah Box—1, Mrs. F. G. Dawson; 2] Miss Ivy Jenns.
B. C.
Summer Excursions
To The East
FROM PRINCE RUPERT TO
Winnipeg anil return . 800.00
St. Paul nail return .. $80.00
/bicngo and return ... $72.50
Montreal and return . . $105.00
New Vork and return $110.70
Toronto and return . . . $02.00
Hamilton and return . . $02.00
Boston and return . . .  $110.00
GOVERNMENT   WEATHER
REPORT.
Correspondingly low rates to other points. Trains leave
Prince Rupert at 10:30 a.m. on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays,
making close connections at  Winnipeg for all Eastern centres.
G. T. P. Steamers
Prince Rupert and Prince George
.-all at 10 a.m. on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, for Vancou-
rer, Victoria and Seattle. Through tickets to San Francisco, San
Diem, and  other southern  points on .sale al G. T. P. ticket oflice.
Fm- full  Information,  reservations and through tickets, apply
ii.    I.    p.    TICKET   OFFICIO, THIRD AVENUE, PHONE 200
AGENCY  ALL ATLANTIC   STEAMSHIP   DINES
... a__vi.,i__;__a-«____Ba-;.-ia-}_-^
Furnished by F. XV. Dowling.
For 24 hours ending 5 p.m.
Bar. reduced to sea level  . . .  30.328
Highest  temperature       66.0
Lowest temperature      50.0
Rain   05
B 0 into oo 0 a ao D-aoo ao _■ aa a c a a o oo o a aa 000 o^-o-WKio-*Ki 0000.000 "•"
THE ONION STEAMSHIP CO. CF B.C. LTD'
s.s. vi.vn 1:1.
NAAS,     PORT    SIMPSON
S.S.   VENTURE-
-.    Ih   foi   GRANBY
Mondays  1 I   a.m.
-Sails tor  VANCOUVER
Tuesday 8 p.m.
S.s. CAMOSUN—Sails for PORT SIMPSON
Thursdays a   Midnight,
16th, 30th.
CAMOSUN—Sails for  REFUGE BAY
1KEDA, Saturdays   at
Sept. 4tli, (Sth.
CAMOSUN—Sails ror  MASSETT, Tuesdays, August
7th, 21st. 2
CAMOSUN—Sails for SURF  INLET,  MAMU,   RIVERS  INLEtf-^!
VANCOUVER al  10  p.m.  Wednesdays, August* §
25th, Sept
CH>^>^Je-0^>^-^>)>^-^-_^J_-a^
I PERSONALS I
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C. Rea, of Edmonton, is again In
the city on a business tour.
Mr. and Airs. 0. Reid, of Hazelton,
j I arrived In the city lasl evening. They
are   on   tlieir   lloneymoor   trip.   The
bride  was  formerly  MIbh  Sharp,  of
1,,'izelliill.
.Mrs. c. Sawle, of Ni « Hazelton,
arrived in the city lasi evening. She
accompanied    .Miss   Crawford    trom
1 ihen-. and  will attend the  wedding
of Miss Craw lord this morning.
Collection of annual flowers, sii
varieties, three each. 1, Mrs. F. G.
Dawson.
Collection of Perrenial flowers. 1,
Mrs. F. G. Dawson.
Twelve Dahlias—1, M. M. Stephens and Mrs. Thomas; 2, Mrs. F. G.
Dawson; 3, Mr. Van Gastel.
Six Cactus Dahlias—1, M. M.
Stephens; 2, Mrs. T. McClymont.
French Marigolds—1, Van Gastel.
African Marigolds—1, XV. Robb.
Asters any kind—1, Van Gastel.
Carnations—1, M. M. Stephens.
Six Roses any variety—1, Van Gastel; 2, Mrs. T. McClymont; 3, Mrs.
F. G. Dawson and Mrs. Thomas.
Rambler Roses—1, Van Gastel.
Phlox Drummondi—1, Mrs. F. G.
Dawson.
Phlox Mignonette—1, Mrs. F. G.
Dawson.
Phlox Gladioli—1, Mrs. G. W.
Morrow.
Six spikes ten-week stocks—1, Mrs.
F. G. Dawson.
Nasturtiums, best specimen long
shoot—Mrs. McClymont.
Twelve Pansles—1, Mrs. F. G.
Dawson;  2, Mrs. M-fntosh.
Bouquet of Garden Flowers—1,
H. W. Robb.
Candytuft—1, F. B. Holland; 2,
Mrs. T. McClymont; 3, Miss Violet
Mortimer.
Mimulus—1, Van Gastel.
Verbena—1, Mrs. F. G. Dawson.
Cosmos—1, Mrs. F. G. Dawson.
12 Shasta Daisies—1, Mrs. McClymont; 2, Mrs. F. G. Dawson; 3, Mrs.
Mcintosh.
Six annual Chrysanthemums—1,
Mrs. F. G. Dawson; 2, M. M. Stephens.
12 Cornflowers—1, Mrs. Morrow;
2, H. W. Robb.
Six stalks Antirrhinum—1, Mrs. F.
G. Dawson and Mrs. Thomas.
Best basket of flowers and foliage
—1, Mrs. Burrowes; 2, Mrs, Thomas.
Clematis—1, Mrs. Dawson.
Princess Marguerite— -1, Mrs. Dawson.
Petunias—1, Mrs. Dawson.
Godetia—1, Mrs. Burrowes; 2, Van
Gastel.
Ximmas—1,   Mrs.   G.   H.   a\rnold.
Critical  Situulion.
London, Aug. 18.—The fall of
Kovno makes the eastern situation
critical. The Germans are showing
no relaxation of their efforts to reach
Brest Litowski.
CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS
NOTICE.
"Harvey" Mineral Claim, situate ih
the Portland Canal mining division
of Cassiar District. Located at Magi-
Bay, Portland Canal.
TAKE NOTICE tbat I, XV. G. Humble, acting as agent ror Ella H. Humble, Free Miner's Certificate No.
94,097b., Intends sixty days from the
date hereof, to apply to the Mining
Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining
a Crown Grant of the above claim.
And further take notice that action,
under section 86 must be commence
before the issue of such Certificate of
Improvements.
Dated this 26th flay of June 1915.
DRS. GILROY & BROWN, DENTISTS
Crown and Bridge Work a
Specialty
Office: Smith   Block,   Third   Avenue
Phone 454.
P.O. Bos 1714 Telephone 448
RITCHIE,   AGNEW  &  CO.
Civil Engineers nnd Surveyors
Prlnce Rnpert, B.C.
Waterworks, Water Power, Whan
.onstructlon, Reports, Plans, Domln-
on and Provincial Land Surveying,
i-lectrlo Blue Printing, Negatives and
White Prints
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Granby Bay School.
SEALED TENDERS, superscribed
'Tender for Granby Bay School," will
be received by the Honourable the
Minister of Public Works up to 12
o'clock noon of Thursday, the 2nd
day of September, 1915, for the erection and completion of a two-room
school-house at Granby Bay, Anyox,
in the Skeena Electoral District.
Plans, specifications, contract, and
forms of tender may be seen on and
after the 13th day of August, 1915,
at the offlce of J. H. McMullin, Government Agent, Prince Rupert; John
Conway, Mine Recorder, etc., Stewart; M. Maclnnes, Anyox P. O.; and
the Department of Public Works,
Victoria.
By applictlon to the undersigned,
contractors may obtain a copy of the
plans and specifications for the sum
of ten dollars or a marked cheque,
which will be refunded on their return in good order.
Each proposal must be accompanied by an accepted bank cheque
or certificate of deposit on a chartered bank of Canada, made payable
to the Honourable the Minister of
Public Works, for a sum equal to 10
per cent, of tender, which shall be
forfeited if the party tendering decline to enter Into contract when called upon to do so, or if he fail to
complete the work contracted for.
The cheques or certificates of deposit of unsuccessful tenderers will
be returned to them upon the execution of the contract.
Tenedrs will not be considered unless made out on the forms supplied,
signed with the actual signature of
the tenderer, and enclosed in the envelopes furnished.
The lowest or any tender not
necessarily accepted.
J. E. GRIFFITH,
Deptuy Minister and Public Works
Engineer.
Department of Public Works,
Victoria,  B.  C,  August,  1915.
3t-w-2-w.
JAMES GILMORE
ARCH-TEC-
Second Ave. Near McBrlde St.
MIX 10 HAL ACT
S.S.
S.S.
S.S.
SEATTLE,    VICTORIA;
GRANBY,  STEWART;
August  19th, Sept. 2nd,
, SKIDEGATE, JEDWAY,
Midnight,   Augusl   21st,
!4th, Sepl.
Will Wed Today.
Sth, 22nd.
031  Second
.vis.
JOIIX BARNSLEY, AGENT, 681  Second Avenue—Pfinnr
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At nine o'clock this morning, in
tiie Presbyterian Church, the marriage of Mr. Hugh A, Hants, a well
known mining man al Hazelton, and
Miss M. Crawford, of New Hazelton,
will lake place. The two arrived last
evening by train. They will be married by Rev. II. R. Grant, and later
will leave by steamer for Vancouver
and otlier points.
FOR RENT.
Furnished house for rent. Modern,
on Third Avenue. Phone 349.        tf.
Certificate of improvements.
NOTICE
BONANZA, NORTH STAR, EMMA,
EMERALD, PRINCESS LOUISE,
BONANZA FRACTION, ST. DENIS
LONG SHOT, EMMA FRACTION
AMUR FRACTION, BRENAU FRACTION and VADOS FRACTION Mineral Claims. Situate in the Skeena
Mining Division of Casslnr District,
Where located: On Bonanza Creek,
Granby Bay, Observatory lrlet B. C.
TAKE NOTICE that 1, J. Fred
Ritchie, Free Miner's Certificate No.
90071 B., acting as Agent for the
Granby Consolidated Mining Smelt-1
lng & Power Company Limited, Free
Miner's Certificate No. 90810 B., intend, sixty days from the date hereof,
to apply lo the Mining Recorder for
Certificates of Improvements, for the.
purpose of obtaining Crown Grants
to the above claims. And further
take notice that action, under Section
37, must be commenced before the
issue of such Certificates of Improvements.
J. FRED RITCHIE,
Agent.
J3-S3.
Dated this 2nd day of July, 1915.
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