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VOL.   V.
PRINCE RUPERT, B, C, FRIDAY, APRIL  9,   1911
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XO.   126.
	
iADE'ON LIFE 0
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Heavy Fighting Still
Continues In Carpathians
Against Austro-Ge*-mans
Petrograd, April. 8.—An official
report says:
"In the Caucasus our troops threw
back tlie Turks along the whole line
between  Olti  and  Artven.
"ln the Carpathians our troops
are progressing.
"In the valley of tlie Ondawa we
dislodged the Austrians from the
sector between-Stropko  and  Piczacs.
"lu the direction of Mezolaborez
tbe Austro-Cernians are being rein-
forcod. They attempted to develop
an offensive move but were repulsed
with  heavy losses."
Knights Templar Met.
A gathering of special import for
the Knights Templar of this city was
held last evening. Two of the officers
Irtim Montreal, P. D. Gordon and A.
A. Bittuls, arrived last evening' by
the train to take part in the ceremonies.
liSTII EARL GREY'S
OWN   RIFLE  ASSOCIATION
At the Exhibition Hall last evening the GStli Earl Grey's Own
Rilies formed a rifle association in
connection with the regiment. The
following were the officials elected:
Captain, Lieut. II. H. D. Hemmel;
secretary, Col.-Sergt. Brown; committee—Lieut. J. R. Beatty; Sergis.
Bachelor, MacGowan and Parkin;
Corpl. Williseroft, and Pte. Poole.
It is hoped that every member of the
regiment will join. Names should be
given to the secretary without delay.
Mr.   Player, of  Hazelton.  is in  tin
city on a short visit.
Hospital   Meeting.
The directors of the Prince Rupert
General Hospital will meet in the
City Hall tomorrow .afternoon at 4
o'clock.
A. R. Macdonald, editor of the
Hazelton Miner, is in the city. He
expects to return on Saturdya.
Election Manifesto
I'x-Alilermaii   Thomas McClyiuoj    Slakes  Full Statement   and   Asks
fur Support in Mayoralty   Election
To ihe Electors of Prince Ru eri:
Ladies am! Gentlemen, 1 feel that in view of my action
in resigning from lhe Aldermanic Board and offering myself for
Mayor, 1 owe a full statement of my reasons to the public.
Von are all aware Ilia: Hiif election was brought aboul by
the ex-Mayor having been fo ud guilty of what may lie called
a technical breach of lhe law. and a law which is a very wise
one, and operative from tlte Imperial Parliament down to the
smallest municipality in the Empire; and il is to tiie effect that
a man holding a legislative pos tion shall nut have any monetary dealings, apart trom his 'ogal allowance, with tlie body
which he serves, lf ex-Mayor Newton didn't know he was
breaking ihe law, he should have, for lie is on record as attacking former members of the Council of a couple of years
back on a charge of carrying city insurance, which, as a matter of fact, was uoi so. However, whether this be put down
to a technical break on his part or to genuine ignorance. 1 do
not earo, as I tin nol base my ase on this phase of lbs question at all.
I am opposing ex-Mayor  Newton and making the  Montreal
trip lhe main issue,    in tlie lirst place, I contend that this trip
should  never  haw  been  made.  II   was not taken up in the reg-
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illar   way  in   Hie   Council;   so   I tlitl  nol   have  the opportunity  to
oppose   it   nil   Hie   decision   wa   already made.   I did contend,
however, thai il was foolish to send  two men, if the   trip   was
decided   upon, as one man  would  do  as well.   Also,  in  case Iwo
men  were decided upon, I advocated  sending tlie city solicitor,
wlio has a much better understanding   ..f   these   matters   than
either of the men who went  on the Hip.
Finally, however, ex-Mayo Newton and ex-Alderman Morrissey secured permission to proceed io Montreal and on arrival there Interviewed tlie general manager of ihe Bank of Montreal, Sir Frederick Williams-Taylor. They continued there for
several weeks negotiating over the re'flotation of treasury eertilicates for the city, ami after considerable delay returned and
reported that they had been .'!,c essful and thai Ihe certificates
would lie taken up by tbe bank at a'total cost to the city of
il per cent. Interest and '-' per enl. for commission and dotation charges.
When the official letters were presented to Hie city, bow-
over, il wis found that the extra charge or 2 per cent, was nol
a commission, but a yearly ciarge of 2 per cent., making a
difference of $54,900 to the city.
X.nv, although I think thai 8 per cent, is by far loo much
for a cily lo pay for a large Bum of money for three years, I
am not even going to criticise ihat, but whit 1 do strongly ob-
(Conlinued on  Page Four. I
Newton's Reply
McClymont
Prince Rnpert, 15. (!., April I). 1015.
To the Electors of Prince Rupert:
I,allies ami Gentlemen,—In last, night's .News I was very much
surprised to find a decidedly mean attack upon myself from Mr.
Thus. McClymont, The surprise was tbe greater through the belief
that al least, I bail an honorable opponent for the mayoralty, and tlie
further fail that I bail not canvassed nor iised the press or the platform to say tune word iu opposition to bis candidacy.
Might I not, therefore, have reasonably expected that .Mr. Mc-
Clymont would not have lefl his unfair anil untrue criticism until
the very lust moment, when he well knew that The Empire was oil'
the press, antl could make no timely reply?
If this is not cowardly 1 should like to learn a truer definition
in his striking below the belt. A broader mind and a less shrivelled
mint vi..til.i add considerably to his much Haunted dignity, and
prove him to be of more worth than a mere false alarm, for can
any ratepayer point to one solitary noteworthy achievement which
he ever accomplished during his municipal career in this city? Has
lie not ever been a tool in the hands of n bunch which never once
has shown too much inclination to bitterly light for the preservation
ot the city's utilities antl the expenditure of its money where it could
liest serve tile needs of the citizens rather than ho wasted to unduly
boost real estate vslucs'.' But why enlarge further on these points?
You people have brains, and are aot likely to bo misled by such u
lightweight as Mr. McClymont, who even tried to pnt over tlie people a $10,000 publicity grab which I had to veto.
His criticism of the Montreal trip is likewise deceiving. When
he claims that ex-Alderman Morrissey and myself have caused this
city a loss of .<"54,000 he knows he is telling' the electors a downright lie. Tho bank's letter of acceptance, as Mr. McClymont well
knows, clearly states that when the treasury certificates are renewed tlie city is to get, the benefit if a more satisfactory sale is effected; if not, the Council has the right to reject n higher cost if it sees
fit. In otlier words, ihe agreement negotiated is a basis to work
from. Until it is matured, therefore, how can Mr. McClymont or
any one else, tell what lho actual cost to the city will be? Hut,
again, if Mr. MeClymont's barefaced lie is to he accepted, is he not
as great, a fool as be makes Mr. Morrissey and myself out to be.
for having himself sat in Hie Council and agreed without a protest
to this alleged waste of money when a full council unanimously
adopted the agreement after our return from Montreal? If Mr. Mc-
Clvmont were a fair-mind .1 man, deeply interested in ihe city ns he
claims, he would give us credit for having succeeded in saving the
cily from financial chaas instead of deliberately misrepresenting us.
Tlie bald fact remains thai the bank has agreed to see Prince Rupert through, while on Hie otlier hand the same bank bus refused to
effect the renewal of upwards of two million dollars worth of treasury certificates for the city of Cflgary.
Sir. McClymont also shows lie depth of his contemplibleness
when lie suieeYs al I lie calibre of Mr. Morrissey nntl myself us financial negotiators, Well, we did not create ourselves al any rate. But
let me ask this of Mr. McClymont: What difference does il make,
however Insignificant ne may appear, as long as we delivered the
goods? And if we are such Insignllicnnts, mc v.e one wliil worse
than lie is? If be really Hunks we ire Ids inferior, lie never could
have seen* ii proper photograph of .himself. But limine on him for
sneering al Hie creative work of a wiser and tint"' one than he lias
proven  himself (o lie.
Mr. MeClymont's talk, loo, aboul the big things lie ha* don
for labor is so much cheap clap trap, if I remember correctly lie
was one of tlle contractors who was fortunate enough to get one of
Hie pliiins away back In 1010. Il i» safe to say lie tli.l not pay thc
workers any more than his law allowed. Evidently lhe workers have
nothing to specially thank him for, or else organized lal.or would
never have given me a unanimous re-endorsntion after i: wis a
well-known  fact   thai   lie  Intended lo enter the Held.
Mr.   McClymont  also endeavors (" unfairly score mi' fur   hi In
responsible  for all  these   election expen Tlie  blume    rest:       lb
himself;  nobody tried to force him to  resign.     I"   his |
lice lie has even It'll   himself open     lo   be   itusi        I     i        'i'ti  I,
there is a danger of further . I-    i   .  ; -  -  i.  lie is
In conclusion, lei  me say i-
I  very much regret Hie necesi ii.
very ove of election.     1  had .1
against Mr. McClymont, Imi  In
lie electors of Prince Rupert that
or I lib defence of myself on the
,ed to offer no campaign wliatei i
w of bis gross ii. i,'■■".-■ -  'lions
and  the use of Hie assassin's knife al the lasl  moment,   I    reel   you
will  not  censure me under tiie     n • nces  for sun   e H   I- lie
has shown himself to be wholly unworthy   of   Hie   oilice   whlrll    be
seeks.    A sound defeat would seemingly be his jusl rewind.
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British Forces Have
Made Advances In
Spite Of Bad Weather
April   8.—An  official   siate-
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ment says:
"The British expeditionary forces,
despite bad weather, won fresh suc-
cesses between the Meuse and the
.Moselle.
"At  Eparges  a  night attack   ena-
Elcctlon Today.
The municipal bye-election is being held today lo fill the ollire of
Mayor and Alderman. The polling Is
taking place at the City Hall. There
promises to be a goodNvote cast. The
candidates   for   Mayor  are   ex-Mayor
Newton    and    ex-Alderman     McCly-|bled us to make a step in   advance,
niont. For Alderman only one  is to
be elected  today.   Three   are  in  Hie
field: ex-Alderman Morrissey,
B. Casey, and ex-Alderman
havn.
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Rowing Club Dance.
The members of the Rowing Club
are taking pains to make the dance
thai is to be given in -the Mclntyre
Hall   this  evening one  of  the    most
enjoyable  of  the season.  The  prepa--(litional   trenches  aad   repulsed    two
rations  for it are   on   an   elaborate
acale.
We maintained our progress, despite three violent counter-attacks.
We have already counted on the
field more than 1,000 Germans.
"Near Lemorville in a spirited infantry attack we wiped out a German company and took ten survivors prisoners.
"lu the Ailly wood wo carried ad-
.1. F. Philp, city passenger agent ot
the G. T. P. at Edmonton, arrived
in the city last evening.
counter-attacks.
"In the Forest of Montmare we
gained a footing in the enemy's defence works. We held our ground
In spits of the efforts of the anemy
to regain  them."
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French Expeditionary Corps In Asia
Paris, April S.-An official report says:
corps to (he Orient concentrated a! Bizerla
age of tlie Levant under the best conditions.
since March 15 to aid Hie allied lleots."
"The  expeditionary
as effected the   voy-
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London, April S.—An attempt was made today to assassinate
the Sultan of Egypt, Hussein Kemal, when he was leaving Abdin
Palace. A native fired ihe ..' it. The shbl missed Its mark and
lho   would-be assassin   was  immediately seized.
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TO THI"  ['LECTORS OF Till: CITY  OK  PRINC!"  ili PKI.T:
Ladies and Gentlemen,—Having consented to again become
a candidate for the oilice of '-.%yor. I would appreciate n renewal
■ if the confidence which you Intro reposed in uio in the past, aftei
having returned to yon that onfldence directly ii heennio hinted
that I may bnvo trnnsgressod the >li iet letter of lho law. In the
pasi 1 strove to conscientiously *.■■-.. . o«, and should yon son li.
:,. -ei.'iii lu.nor ine with n . .-a.r,,.i of yoar sonfidonco, I pledge >'"ii
11 continuation  of  (but  policy.
You at.   elt.
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April  ::.   IT, etc:
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April  t, 18, etc.
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Friday, April  9,  191!
FEEIILNCi REFUGEES
been made to deal with it, either In
PRESENTS   L'ROHLKM Holland or in Greal
  "1   have  made   several    visits    to
Housing,  Feeding   ami   Maintaining Holland at the request  ol the  presl-
200,000 Belgians in Great ,u.m    of    the     Local     Government
Britain. j Board,    to     in •■ -1
gains!  '   i-    .'   '-'stioii that tlie Ger-I     To   ai
mans are a beat< n nation.     He aa
that  they   are   still   well   organ!
have abundant resources, aro led up
v.illi Illusions, and are still confident
of ultimate success.
oniei ences
ivith    tlie
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iplilets
promo.".
1      'lot!
records Drts ■      i   lie
had  on   applii    Ion
there,  Britain and Roll Faced!     Xo  intimation   was  ne ded    .i'i" '   ■
The  problem  ot  providing   unei ,,'    task,   bul    almagnitude   of   the   tai      - u I    I '
ployment and  proper habitati rious    utten '.;■  i      o    be'-fore the  Allii      but,  it  there   v
the Belgian ,,  ng,      i„ Holland ai     madi it       m,   ■- pro Id.   re-lthii   mi   I ;--.   I',    rn   additi i
in   Great   Britain    is   daily    growlni
more  urgent
Member   ot   Pai lianienl
silo i-   tlle   bi | iiiiiili:
Engine
Installed  .
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!'•■ :. of coursei reliable Information as to the value of fortificationi
can only be derived from a study of
the way modern fortresses have
stood the test of war. Now the camps
retranches of Vevdun, Toul, Spinal
and !'-:. i are tin onlj ones thai
di serve al all to bi called modern,
having ■   t! e  object   of    oasi lesa
improvements      In    recent       years,
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more or less.
ja'-'IJ PETER   PIOMBO.
Date locate.1, -lih  December,  1914.
LAND ACT.
Skeena    Land    District—Districl
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
INC
PARLOB
■   ge,   Manicuring,   Scalp   Treatment, Electric Treatments, Etc.
Mrs.   N,  I .  Hundasjde, Prop.
211 Third St PRINCE lllPEUT
P.O. Box 1714 Telephone 448
RITCHIE,   AGNEW!  &   CO.
Civil Engineers and Surveyors
Prince   Rupert,  B.C.
Waterworks,   Watei    Power,    Wharl
Construction, Ut,  irte Domln-
m 'and :
Slecti; itin
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TAKB   NOTICE   that   '.,  D.    Ill
of  Queon  Charlotte  City,  occupation
Farmer,  intend  to ap.,!.'   for  pcrtnis
tlon   to   i-u , I .". ■    Ihe- I de
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Fresh   Fish  Arriving  Every  Hay
Outside orders promptly attended to
PHONE  BLUE 259
PHONE 554
FOR
GO.VERNi.lENT WEATHER
RBPORC.
Furnished   by   I.   \V.    Howling.
For 24 hours ending 6  p.m.
April 8,
Bar. reduced to sea  level. . . .29.712
Highest  temperature    4 2.0
Lowest   temperature    40.0
Rain    28
Gi ici ries—Our prices avr- the low.
est in town. You will save money o-
almosl  .-' e: '•  article, (live us a iria
 , jorder today. Phoue  12:1. Prompt ie
P.O.   BOX  601 lver'"'   Mussallem  &   Co.,   -120    Fiftn
Ave. East.
McOLYMONT'S  ELECTION   MAMl'i'STO.
(Continued  from  Page   One.)
APERHANG1NG
AINTING
OLISH1NG AND
WALL TINTING
HIGH-GRADE    INTERIOR
DECORATING     \    SPECIALTY
Martin Swanson
SECO'NU AVE J1SAR McBRIDE
J-BaKHW a>»CHWWH»
CANADIAN STEAM
LAUNDRY
NOW OPEN  FOR  BUSINESS
1|Lnle.st and Approved Methods
IJOnly   Skilled    Operators   Employed
Phone us and ive will cull for a
trial  bundle
Adveitlse in The Journal.
Buffets,   Iron   Beds,  Springs,    Mattresses, Blankets, Sheets aud PUImw
ai  Mm ch Bargain Prices.   George Ii
Tilt1, the House Furnisher. -
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Note   our   address: 0
r>15   SIXTH   AVENUE!   WEST g
Phone No. 8
Canadian Steam  Laundry
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Capt. J. McGee
M.M.S.A.
Masters and Mules prepared
for examination. Compass adjuster.
Phono Bed 502
"NAUTICAL   ACADEMY"
Ilelgerson   Block,  opposite      *
Royal Hotel ■
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SAFE DhPQSIT BOXES I
For Rent        I
Notice is hereby given Uiat on the
i'»st day of April next application
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 10 and 17, Block 11, Section 1
situate on Second Avenue, City o
Prince Rupert, to premises situatt
on Lots 15 and 16, Block 32, See
lion 1, on Fraser Street, in the Citj
of Prince Rupert.
Dated this 27th of February, A.D
1915.
Beaver  Wholesale    Liquor   Compan.
of   Prince  Rupert,   Ltd.
28mar!8 C.  A.  SWEET,  Ugr
B. C. Undertakers
Funeral Directors and Em-
balmers — Satisfaction Guaranteed — Ope-n Day and Night
S 117 Second Street Phono 41
5   Bruce .Morton    -    -    Manager
•liHWlW«HaHKl-«l^^
jeet to, is the fact that those men, after-spending several weeks
in negotiating with the bank, were not aware of the terms on
which the deal was made.
Xow, 1 contend that the most serious part in the whole
transaction for this city is not so much the loss of $54,000,
which Is considerable in these hard times, but rather the very
unfavorable impression that financiers have got about tbe class
of men we elect to oilice. Everybody knows that bankers in
lending money so largely ou tho character and ability of the
man who will spend the funds and from tlieir experiences with
the men we sent to Montreal there is no doubt but what tliey
will make up their mind that Prince Rupert is not worthy of
very great confidences, and I have a mental picture of Sir Frederick Williams-Taylor when he got the wire from the Council
asking what the deal really was. The total cost of the trip to
the city was around $1,700, and, after all, the deal "was finally
settled by a telegram.
There are a few other things that 1 would like to refer to,
and that is my stand on labor. Since coming to Prince Rupert
I have employed considerable help, and I believe that all the
men who worked for tne are satisfied with the treatment they
received.
With regard to city pay, 1 never have advocated a reduction in workingmen's wages, nor do 1 propose io, bill 1 did recommend that some reduction should be made for a period of
six months in the salaries of the well-paid officials of the City
Hall. This money, I contended, should be used In relieving any
who might be in distress. Tiie fact that tbe leading labor men
in lhe city are with me should be proof as to my fairness in
their  behalf.
I would also draw the attention of the citizens to the underhanded methods adopted by my opponents in which through
the agency of a man who has not a five-cent piece invested in
the city they sought to disqualify me by preventing my resignation as Alderman being accepted at the meeting called for
that purpose. I contend that men who would stoop to such
methods are dangerous persons to have in charge of lhe city.
As a result, we are called upon to pay the cost of another election, which is sufficient to feed several destitute families for a
considerable time.
Considering all these things, therefore, 1 believe you will
agree with me that a change would be good in Prince Rupert.
There are possibly very dark days ahead of us unless we get
together and work for the city's interests instead of quibbling
over local jealousies or politics, in which I have never taken
an active part.
Assuring you that I have no other object in view in seeking election than the welfare ol this city, in which I am considerably interested, and asking you to assist me in this worthy
cause, 1 am, Faithfully yours,
thos. McClymont.
Nomination Notice
Public notice is hereby given to
the Electors of the, Municipality of
Prince Rupert that I require thc
presence of tlie said Electors at tlie
General  Offlce   of   the   Cily    Clerk.
REASONABLE    RATES
THE
Continental Trust,
Company
O00000O04 O-itHXi 00 ft ftO-0 0 O 004 < l u
The Morning Journal
50c. per month
NOTICE.
The Canadian Patriotic Fund.
Will those who need assistance
from the above fund, resident ln the
city or district, and whose breadwinner is on active service with tbe I City  Hall, Tuesday, the 13th day of
April,  A.   D.    1915,   at.   12    o clock
forces of the  Empire or her Allies, no0n,  for the purpose of electing a
kindly  notify   the secretary   of   the Person    to   represenl    them    In   tlie
SI Municipal Council as   Alderman,   io
0 | local organization. !ri!1 t]l(, vacancy caused by the resig-
"  tf W. B   COLLISON,     Ination  of Alderman   McClymont.
!     The mode of nomination of candi-
P.O. Box  ,3.. Ijates ahal)  ,,,, as  follows:
.. _ , f    The candidates shall be.nominated
Skeena   Lam!    District—District    of in writing; the writing shall be buIi-
Qncen Oharlotte Islands. scribed  by two voters   of  Ihe Muni
cipality  as    prun.is. r   and      ■ cond.  ',
land   shall  be d llvered  to   the   Returning  Officer al  any time between
ospeclor, intends to apply tor per-        ,,|(U,   ,   , , » am, ,, „,
mission to prospect for    oal ~.:id pe-l
I rn leu in over Ihe following described
lards on th.   West Coast of Graham
■
TAKB NOTICE that Teter Piombo,
of   Prince  Rupert,    B.C.,   occupation
the day of the nomination; the said
writing may be In the form numbered  five   (•".)   In   I he  schedule   of   the
Islai"'. i  Co  imenclng ai a post plant-.,
ed   i    •  mile* ,   »  of the north-east J»nloPa!  ^"ons   Act,   and   shall
co       ' of Lo!  2   li-'
chains   '' ince •
.'.ill        Si
'.ii'n ■■ i.
contain.!! , (140
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, thence nortl; 80
v:o cliains. tbence
tlience    west    80
commencement,
'Hire or less.
'    '    PIOMBO.
Date  I-.      id,  " '. ember 4tfc,  1314.
itf-lKBKlOl>««»i>0i3-cl>i>i5C!lKl-OiKi iJvKHKKKHKW at»liH(HK«J0
RUPERT MARINE IRONWORKS AND
SUPPLY CO., LIMIT! D
waterfront,  pri.nce  rupert
engineers,    machinist.'*   \m> machinery contractors
Specialists  in  Murine  Power  Plants, Oil, Hleiiin, or Gasoline.
I!. ('. Const   Agents   for   thc British  Ivroiiilmut  Semi DIcrcI i i!  En-
gim—ll it.si   reliable   and    economical,   nnd   lho   cheapest
power for fishing lionts, lugs and passenger vessels,
Standard  Gus  Engine  Company's Engines ami Paris in slock.
state the names, residence, and oi
cupation or description of each pel
son proposed, in such manlier as sufficiently to identify such candidate;
and in the evenl of a poll being necessary, such poll will be opened on
the 16th day or April, 1915, in the
[Council Chamber at the City Hall,
Fulton Street, from Ihe hour of 9
a.m. to the hour of 7 p.m., of which
every person is hereby required to
take notice   and  govern  himself   ac-.Skeena Land  Distriet
Qualification  ror  Mayor. Queen  Charlotte Islands.
'Ill"  persons qualified   lo he noml- TAKE  NOTICE  thai   Andrew    VC
'!:;!"■:  i'"'  i :i'; el       ■!  as lhe   Mayor MaoLean, of Prince Ruperl, B.C., oc
nf any City Bhnl         any person who 'upation Carpenter, intends to apply
ar
SYNOPSIS      OF      COAL      MINING
REGULATIONS.
* 08th Regiment Earl Grey's Own
* . Rifles.
» ORDERS by Major .1.  H.  Mc-
* Mullin, Commanding, March  19,
* Parades—"A"   Company   will
* parade  at the Exhibition  Build-
* ing    on    Wednesday,    April     7,
: and   Friday.   April    ll,   at    7:4".
* p.m.
* at 7:45 p.m.
* "B"  Company   will  parade  at
* the    Exhibition     Building     on
* .Monday, April  5, and Thursday,
" April S, at 7:45 p.m.
W.  S.  MARSHALL, Lieut.
Acting  Adjutant.
March House Furnishing Bar.
gains—Sale Price on Print l.inole
inns,  45 conts, nt ('eorge  I). Tite's.
Save Dollars at George I). Tile's
Puniieure  Sale—everything reduced
District   of
Coal mjnlng rights of the Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan nni
Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the
North wesi Territories and a portion!
of th.. Province of British Columbia,
may be leased for a term of twenty-one years at an annual rental of
?1 per acre. Not more than 2,5(10
acres will be leased lo one applicant.
Applications for a lease must lie
made by the applicant. In person to
t ie Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in which the rights applied for
are situated.
In surveyed territory the land
mst be described by sections, or
legal subdivisions of sections, and
in unsurveyod territory the tract applied for shall be staked out by the
applicant   himself.
Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $5, which will be.
refunded if the rights applied for'
are not available, but no.t otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the
merchantable output of the mine at
tiie rate of five cents per ton.
The person operating the mine
shall furnish the Agent with sworn
returns accounting for the full
quantity of merchantable coal mined
and pay the royalty thereon. If the
ceal mining righls are not being operated, such returns should be fur
nished  at.  least mice a  year.
The lease will include the coal
mining rights only; but the lessee
may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights'may be
considered necessary fo.' the working of the miu6 at tlie rate of $10
per acre.
For  full    information   application
should be made to the Secretary of
the Department of the Interior. Ol
tawa, or to any Agent or Sub-
Agent of Dominion Lands.
' W. W. CORY,
NOTICE is hereby given that on
the 23 rd day of March next amilica
tion will be made to the Superii.
tendeut of Provincial Police and to
tlle Board of License Oouuniselon-'
ers for the City of Prince R—jBrt tor
permission to remove the lieease Jlor
the sale of liquor by wholesale from
the premises known as Lots 15 and
16, Block 32, Section 1, situate <-t
Frazer Street iu the City of Prince
Rupert, to the lands described as
Lots 19 and 20, Block 23, Sectdon 1,
on Third Avenue in the said City of
Prince Rupert.
DATED   this   20th  day  of   Febru
ary, 11)15.
PRINCE   RUPERT IMPORTING CO.
LIMITED.
W.  II. Marshall, Manager
l'21niai'22 Applicant.
Deputy Minister of the Interior
Mif-
'^.."-■ifij.—■*
NOTICE OF CANCELLATION OP
RESERVE.
.NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tlie Reserve existing on Detention
Island by reason of a Notice published In the British Columbia Gazette on
the 30tb of May, 1912, is hereby can
celled.
R.  A.   RENWICK,
Deputy Minister it Land!
Department of Lands,
Victoria, B.C.,
October  19th,  1914.       o2i
Royal  Naval College of Camilla.
The next examination for the entry of Naval Cadets, will be held at
the examination centres of the Civil
Service Commission In May, 1915
successful candidates joining the col
lege on or about 1st August. Applications for entry will be received Up
to 15th April by tho Secretary, Civil
Service Commission, Ottawa, from
whom blank entry forms can now be
obtained.
Candidates for the examination in
May next must be between the ages
of fourteen and sixteen on the 1st
July,  1915.
Further details can be obtained on
application to the undersigned.
G. J.  DESBARATS,
Deputy Minister of the Naval   Service
Department of the Naval Service,
Ottawa, January 8th,  1915
Unauthorized publication of this
advertisement will nol be paid for.—
72868. jU2S
JAMES GILMORE
ARCHITECT
Second  Ave, Near  McBrlde St
HOTEL DIRECTORY
Members  of the Prince  Rupct
Licensed Vintners' Association
WINDSOR    HOTEL
Cor. ol  First Ave. and  Eighth St,
\V. II. Wright,  Prop.
is n  iiial"  British  nubjeel  of the fill
ir"   of   '■ wenl - -one   j ■ irs.   nol    disqualified nndei   •-        "    and h is for
or permission to prospect for coa
nd petroleum over the following de
cribod   lands  on  the  West  Coast  of
if
the i'i months nex pn edine, the i Graham Island: Commencing at a
day I noml at+e en lho Register- post planted two miles north of the
ed Owner in tho Land ''■ tlstry Of- north-east corner of Lot 2483, thence
flee, of land or real property in the north 80 chains, tlience east 80
City, of assessed value, on tho last ohains then; south 80 chains,
Municipal   Vssessmenl   Roll,  of   One thence  west   80  chains  to   point   of
Thousand  Doll  -    i ro over and loommencement, containing 640 acres
above  any    ti jistered    judgment   orlmore  er  less.
-
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■ ni   who
hi . ■■- Ise   duly
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qualified ai   a  Municipal Voter.
Qualification for Alderman.
'er    -,    qnallfle I  lo hi :"  I id
I j foi     nd    lei     '     ■     'i'i       'til'   a
ball
S ; male Bi Itlsli subjects of the full ap ■
S . of  iwen    "!■ ' yeai •-.   und
dl    anil     tl   '    del     ':.   law,   and
■. ■■ bei '.   for the six  months   ni ■ I
ANDREW   W.   MacLEAN.
fl8 Agent,  Peter Piomlio
D.iie located, 23rd  December, 1014.
•Heel, Iron, i lis,     i •■ l • •" lelling, !;. r.   Wood   Pulleys,   i
Coliimbi  .    Bronze  Propellers, Storage Batteries, Dynamos niul   '
'.
t
. Murine  Act.■■■series.
Repairs—i i •. -cluss    einiij ment and
pairs.
P.O. BOX b!5
stall for nun bine and ship re-   J-
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u'ei eding the day of n Im lioi   the
: -        rs. In the 1     id Re
Istrv ')!H.•.'. of land or real proi erty
;■ assessed    i lue on
■ li.-  lasl   Mttnlel] al   ',-■ ■    :nu nl    Roll
of   Five   Hundred   Dollars   or   more
-   .p --n i   tho' •■ ■"",   regl   ■"    '
ment op chai   i     ■   I who nr    other
■ :     "ni;  qualifii d ,    Municl  i'1 Vol
. rs.
(liven miller my hand nl Prince
R ip ■'!, British Columbia, this 7tl
day of April,  1915.
BRNEST   i.   WOOD '
Skeena    Land     DkHric!     Distinct     of
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
ap9-lG
Returning Olllcer.'
TAKE NOTICE that Peter Piombo,
if Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
Pros ector, Intends to apply for permission in prospect tor coa! and petroleum over Ihe following described
lands '... the Wesi Coast of Graham
Island: Commencing al a ost planted three miles north and one mile
east of the north-east corner of Lot
'.'137, ihence north 80 chains, thence
east SO chains, llience south 80
chains, thence west 80 chains, to
poinl of eoowneoceniant, containing.
610 acres more or less.
Ija*8 PJCsffi.i:   PIOMLIO.
Bate located, December 3rd,  1914
HOTEL CENTRAL
First   Ave,  mid  Seventh  Si..
European   a«id   American   I'lnnt
81.00 U, $2.50 Per Day
Peter   Blank.   Prop.
KNOX  HOTEL
First     Ave.     Between     Kightli    and
Ninth
European   I'iaiti   Rates   60c   to  81.111"
Per Day
Reenter   aV   Besner.   Props.
EMPRESS   HOTEL
I. Y. Rochester v. li. Ousley
Third   Ave.   Between  Sixth and
Seventh  Sin.
Europoan   Plan!  50c t"   Si   Per  Day
RQYAL HOTEL
Cor ley & Burgess, Props,
Third   Ave.  und  Sixth   St.
European Plan Steam Heated
BEAVER      WHOLESALE      LIQUOR
CO.,   LIMITED
Second   Ave.  nnd   Sixth   SI.
Phone   102
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r I1AA      American  .Silk
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To every one sending us 60e
to cover shipping chnrges, we
will send, subject to duty, absolutely   free:
Three pairs of our famous
men's AMERICAN SILK
HOSE with written guarantee,
any  color, or
Three pairs of our Ladles'
Hose, in I.laclc, Tan or White
colors, with written guarantee.
DON'T DELAY—Offer ex-
plies when dealer in your locality is selected, (live color
and size desired.
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21 Bittner Street
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