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VOL. v.
PRINCE   RUPERT,   B.   C,  WEDNESDAY,   MARCH  3,  191...
Price  5   Cents.
NO.   96.
RUSSIA
VICTORY REPORTED FOR ALLIES EVERY
Artillery Duels Are
Reported All Along
Western War Front
Paris, March 2.—From the sea
to tlie Aisne there have been artillery duels today, in which we had
the advantage. On the whole front
from Sector to Rheims the enemy
delivered attacks, which were easily
repelled.
Between Souain and Beausejour
our troops continued to advance at
several pninls where we gained a
footing.
In the woods which have been
for'jfled in the Argonne all our
gains were maintained. We captured
100 prisoners near Pont a Mousson
as a result of a night attack by the
Germans  which  failed.
RESIGNED  MANAGEMENT
OF CONTINENTAL TRUST
M. .1.  Hobin  lias  Retired    from   the
Position—Succeeded by C. B.
Petersen.
With the first of March a change
took place in the management of
the Continental Trust Company
here. M. J. Hobin, who has been
manager of the Institution ever
since its formation and who was In
large measure responsible for its organization, has retired. He does so
in order to enter a line of business
that will allow him more outside
work. The steady confinement of
the offlce as manager of the Continental was affecting Mr, Hobin from
the standpoint of health and he decided  to  retire on  tiiat account.
The management will be taken by
C. I!. Petersen, who has been identified  with  the Institution  as   cashier
THE VALUE OP WOOD
WASTE  IS INVESTIGATED
i
Experiments as   to   Its    Use   in   tlie
Production of Ethyl
Alcohol.
BUILDING   PERMITS
FOR  FEBRUARY
The value of most of the wood
waste produced today Is limited to
Its fuel value for the production of
power at the mill. In some cases, the
methods of closer utilization have
been worked out, but, compared
with the. total amount of wood
waste produced, the amount of material so utilized is almost negligible.
Furthermore, most of the large
lumber mills produce waste greatly
in excess of the ainojial necessar?-
for power production and the waste
burners are slpll In use, involving
not only a loss of large amounts ol
wood, but also a definite, fixed
charge to get rid of il. It has been
possible iu the past to utilize only
a small percentage of this material,
but the problem is being attacked
from a number of different angl..
and there Is reason to believe that,
within so short a time, a much larger percentage of such material can!
be utilized at a profit. Laboratory
experiments are being conducted by
the   United   Stales  Forest    Products
The February building permits include the boiler house and pumping
station buildings for the Imperial
Oil Company at Hays Creek, costing
$2,000; warehouse on First Avenue
for V. Casley, contractor D. O. Key-
ser, value $1,200; residence on
Eighth Avenue, cost $1,000, for
a.lex Gomez, and a cafe addition on
Third Avenue for .lames A. Smith,
at a cost of $150.
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VANCOUVER   LONGSHOREMEN
RESIST CUT TN WAGES
Vancouver, March 2.—Local longshoremen have quit work on deep
sea and much of the coasting craft
cargo work, refusing to accept a cut
of ten cents per hour.
Grand Concert will be given in
Westholme Theatre on St. Patrick's
Day, the 17th March.
LABOR UNION MEN TO
MEET CITY COUNCILLORS
It has been arranged that a committee of the Trades and Labor
Council consisting of .Messrs. Macdonald, Thompson, Anthony,, and
Denning is to meet on Thursday
evening the city councillors whose
candidature was endorsed by the
Trades and Labor Council, viz., Acting .Mayor Kerr, Aid. Nicol. Ald.|s''' D< McMillan Says War Has Given
Maitland,    and    Aid,    Montgomery.     Western   Canada   Great   Oppnr-
Russiansi Are Driving
Back Germans In
Precipitate Manner
HIGH   WHEAT  PRICKS
BOUND TO CONTINUE
The meeting is for the discussion of
pending municipal matters of importance.
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tunily.
Sir Daniel McMillan, former lieutenant-governor of Manitoba, and
who was the first president of tlie
Winnipeg Grain Exchange and who
is still interested in grain, expressed
Broke  His Arm.
Andy Soucie, well known in the
city, had the misfortune yesterday
to break his arm while working at
the Drydock. He had an N-Ray!tlle opinion, in conversation wiih a
photo taken of il at the hospital!representative of the News-Adver-
which ensured perfect setting of thejtiser,  that  while   wheal   might    not
Petrograd, March 2.—On tlie
front between the Xiemen and the
Vistula our troops have continued
the offensive operations.
To the northwesl nf Grodno our
troops are making successful progress. The enemy has fallen back in
the region of Przasnysz. The enemy
here, pressed by us, are retiring
precipitately.
Our   troops  are   also  currying   out
very    successful    operation,     iu   I he
section  nearest the Vistula.
broken arm. He is doing well. He
was removed to his boarding place
at  the  Windsor  Hotel.
THE DARDANELLES ARE
BEING STEADILY REDUCED
From Gulf Of Saros In Rear Of Forts
Bombarding Has Taken Place By
Naval Division -- Sweeping The
Straits  As Vessels Proceed
Paris, March 2.—An Athens despatch says that after the destruction of Fort Dardanus the allied vessels bombarded the inner forts of
Hamidieh,  Yildiz,  and  Tallin.
The  naval  division  bombarded   at
Laboratory, looking toward the commercial   production  of ethyl  alcohol
from    the    distillation    of    sawdusi. J(h(? .sarne (lll,P| from the Gulf of ga.
shavings, edgings, etc.
A   study   of  motor    fuel    problem
will show that the production of
mineral fuels, such as gasolene, motor  spirit,  etc.,  Is  not  keeping  pace
ros  side,  Fort   Boukalikale,  causing
serious damage.
The town of Yemicheir,   near the
fort  of  the  same   name,  has   been
with automobile production. Alcohol'iburned as a result of the bombard-
appears  to  be  the only  solution  of j _
for   a   considerable   lime.   Mr,   Hobln^   Problem,    fur,  il'  i,   can    be  pro-l     ^   n,.,,lane,les>   tn(?   f.ftteway    tn
is  entering  Into   business    arrange
ments with  Capt.  Forster  In  the t'.
duced i'i om wood waste at a reasonable figure, a tremendous supply of
Constantinople,   i.  a  narrow,   lortu- j
raw material is available from a na-l0"8 ^,ri" of   water   d!vldlng   Pmv'"\
II.  Schreiber a.  Co.   lie will  look af- 1|ir,;||    grow,ng  ,.,nv   materla]    „-,,;,.,,  ,„.;,„  from  Asiatic Turkey and  read
ier some  branches of the    business
Including ihe Insurance end.
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castle, which on the flat land of the
Asiatic side lies almost at the water
line. Of late years this fortress had
been permitted to go into decay, but
with the outbreak of the present
war it undoubtedly lias been
strengthened with modern guns.
The mouth of the Dardanelles Is
said to be heavily mined.
Up tlle waterway towards Constantinople, many small forts dol
the shores at Intervals and there are
big .fortifications at the entrance In
the Sea of Marmora and also aboul
ten  mile., from the entrance to ihe
Snail, al the beginning of Ihe narrows. Here are Ports Namazieh, on
■ he Euro] ean side, and Cl anah :'","i
maintain   its   present    record    price
levels for any great length   of time,
he looked for high prices for at. least j
two   years.    The    war    would    "i-,-,
havoc   with  lhe  great   Russian   crop
this  year,  no  matter   how  soon   thej
struggle   might    end.    There    would j
nol  be sufficient labor to put In the
average  crop.  Germany 'and Austriai
would also produce  much less   than1
usual .during  the    next    few   years '
This   was  Canada's  greot  opportun-l
Ity and  he was glad  to say that ev-|
ery  acre   which    could    possibly    input into crop this year  would be so
used.  The  increase   of    land    under
cultivation in the three wheat grow-
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STEAMSHIPS   (II
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Und
er Separate Coriipa
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ing  provinces  would   be  very   material.
A successful year for the Western
farmer would do much, he said, io
bring hack prosperity to all other
parts of the Dominion and especially would It be a boon to manufacturers. He believed the Coasl. would
share largely ill this, nol alone lis
industrial enterprises bul tlie lumbering industry and oilier businesses. A  big crop ai anything like the
Willi regard lo (he Ottawa dispatches stating thai the Canadian
Pacific Railway had applied t.i lhe
railway committee of the House of
Commons for permission to empower
it to operate its steamship and rail-
Iroad services separately, Sir Thomas
Shaughnessy made the following
statement:
"The company is operating fleets
of steamships on the Atlantic and
Pacific oceans, and on the Pacific
Coast, as well as on the Great Lakes
and oilier Inland waterways of Canada. These lal ter are connecting
links between different sections of
the railway line and are. therefore,
essentially a portion of the railway
transportation system and it is not
proposed (o change their slums. Tho
ocean fleets arc. however, In a different class, engaged in competition
Prevailing prices wdu ul a lol of ,vi.;i  outside  fleets,  plying   between
money   into  circulation    and  largely
offsel  any adversi   Influences   of the
war.
is noi  a  foodstuff. ing from lhe Agean  Sea to Hie Si:.
if ihe experiments How under way|of Marmora, it Is aboul 33  es in reSl
length and averages aboul two miles!Iflcati0ns wil"  Kru"» *uns'
As the  pn   ei. ni   i,f • he N'Tiin rn
Crown  Bank,    -   -ei.: thai  'i"   banks
Canada  and  other   portions   ni the
world.    The    compan.     propo • ■- to
transfer these ships  to a Rtean
company with which thi   bnsltie n
should   demonstrate   Hun    the   pro-
Groceries    Our prices are lhe low- cesses  found practicable nu a  labo
est in town. You will save money on
almost every article, Hive us a trial
order today. Phone 12:1. Prompl de-
llvery. Mussallem at Co., 42:: Fifth
Ave, East.
aiicy basis can be made commercially practicable as well, the resull
will be a tremendous advance in ye
practical utilization of forest products.
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I  Dr. Herridge Will Speak Friday
The Very Rev. W. T. Herridge, D.D.,'Moderator of the General Assembly of ihe Presbyterian Church in Canada, will address a Public Meeting In ths Empress Theatre on Friday evening at S o'clock. It was originally the intention to hold this
meeting In Hie Presbyterian Church Hall, but there has been ex-
pressed by members of other congregations in the city such a
widespread desire to hear so distinguished a speaker that il has
been decided to engage the Theatre. A cordial invitation is extended to everyone. iltmai'u
.kt-_i-HW-«_^_W_^i^^
In  width.
Al the enli nice lo the Straits ale.
on tlie European side, Funs Hellea
Ilurnu and Sedd-Bl-Bahr, which
face Fori Keni Kale on the Asiatic
side. Sedd-El-Bahr Is a quadrangular enclosure wiih solid walls and
low towers at the angles. Standing
on the side of the hill which slopes
to Cape Greco, its lower wall reaches to the water's edge. In acreage
Sedd-El-Bahr is the largest fortress
in thc Dardanelles. Behind tie
castle on the heights is the Sbahim
Kalessi fort.
Across the Strait from Sedd-Kl-
Ilahr to Kuni Kale is about, two
miles.   Kuni   Kale   is   an    old    stone
 t  hoarding  money   bin  loan   lationi    "ill   be   the      me   a
In     i"     ill    I    |i Imnte    entei   . are    «Ith    a       .<      ten      il       Km a
I'll"  Wi iti rn ore   gettln    --   ■  . .,    ,,:.-, ,    rail-
Under the treaty of   IS41,    -   Id    m  the i n dli tin     ...    en I ' d io I
w 11  i "in, any,
was   confirmed   by   the   Paris   Peace and   the   situation    throughoul    the
Preaty of 1856, no torch "  war ' ttlrl ' provinci    In
were permitted  to enter the Darda
nelles exi epl  by the i onsenl of Tur-
"Hferetofon ,   all   expi nditii.s -   for
the  acqulsil Ion   and     onstr iclloi    ol
obligation!
;(■(!  through   the action   ol   tl i   haul     '!'              '  :-   ■
two yean  ago in restricting credits. '"■* ,:' railway companj   ind   i   '   '
key.    Merchant   vessels   arriving    atlHe  expre8Sl        ,   ,   ,,,, ,,_,    ,        ,    ,- ,:„.  liabilities  ic   II lance
the   narrows   betwi in    Biinrl.     and estate   values   In    growing    Wesi ' !      :i   '   ' ''  ",a<
Bunsel    were    permitted    to     pass cities had  held   i     ivell  and he i ' nship campai            !   itself
through   Inordinary times   without[not lo°lt for an;   material declin            cure I Ired
I- by   the  1 isue   of   Its    own
Advertise In   riie Journal                         (Continued on Page Two.J
formalities bill aftei sunsel and In
fore sunrise no vessels were allowed
to pass. Were an attempt to do so skkh3W.«Kkkh. ao<H3<^O^OOao^aoooo<i-ao^HHia»ooo<-.
made, a blue light would blaze trom
the forts and three blank shoti
would be fired, Should these warnings price futile, ii was mandators
ui on the forts thai solid shol bi
fired al a vess il disregarding the
regulations.
Turks Beaten By Russians
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Petrograd,                        n   IIlrl.il   announi    nei I    nt-
i mi] i by the Ti rK.   as   a    connter-al lack      - Ti an
ehoi'uk.    Thesi              be n   , pulsi -1    _ Ith    lien ■ j    lossei to    i ne
eneniy.    .1      iavi               ei     ici      ful  in  engagements  al Oltirim.
Ocmo-_h_-oooootun»a-o</<Kn. ao*-_icn_.'H>oi_<KK.-o<>-_H«-i>oia-ia><i0i^,i.oooaooi_ Wednesday,  March 3, 1915,
fcririce louver- journal V.i
Telephone 138.
PRINCE   RUPERT   JOURNAL
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Office-:    12s   Third    Avenue    Eas .
near McB : - Telephone  138;
Postoffli     I       :ei?.
DAILY   EDITION,
Publi      I -'(lini.   except
Monday.  Dellverei in the
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One   .rear   	
Six   Months   	
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Duke of Connaught  Pays Fine Tribute  to Soldiers from  llrilisli
Columbia. ,
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' uildin l    noun
when  two Idi       were
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lent,     In
pul i Idaj   for oil
lotion
Ru "there ol
poinl    in Canada; or J3.00 a year to
all   points   in thi Kingdom, | I
the   i    '   ■ r-other   foreign -:.., ,  ,
COUntrl ,.,.,.-
in    Erf-
Advei Using  Rates  I'pon  Applk'i tlon
-I     [or     tl        -   cond
Couth   en    In   Lraininf     il    Otl
IThe Bril Ish mbl i  Regimenl wen
their o ..u band and
:     le a  magnificent show ing.
Contains  about 2%  lbs.
$1.50
SPLENDID FOR PLUMBERS
The sal I No, fin is strictly
c '■'. he   high-class   supply
houses,    ir-   cosl   of  manufacture   is
thei    : ffected   by  Dept.    or ,.
iti ng  Btore" Influence   that p
,   drives manufacturers to the o
use ol 'chemicals   and    pro- |
c Nor  Is  'be .leiiler allowed  to 5
the n tail | .:--" under penalty £
of    hi lupply    terminated, j
A POWERFUL :.T FOR
CLOGGED UP MAIN PIPES
"00" el ccuiii.ili.tion.   if .lint,    paper,    clotlis,'  hair,    slime
i,  vegetables, soup,  frnil and  man; It  is harmless li
lie :.      milling.
TEST
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lings
ancouver
Sunday,
DON'T ARGl'E
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DO.VT   PIT   oil'
This preparation  '       beei    i       aeralli ful    In    clearin :
drains thai it Is bought ovei ■ Di iver as iin b; - who ha.
tried it, but inasmuch as no on can kn i he i istual condition e:
isting within a pipe, it  is ; Impi   ilbli  for the manufactur
er or the dealei  ti     u       .        1        mlt.
Wednesday, March 3,  191.
CHEMICAL PRODUCTS CO., NEW \    I
POR   -ALL  ISV
HARRY HANSON
THE GRIT   PHILOSOPHY.
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\!1     the    Cabinet     .Ministers    and
Members  of Parliament  look pari  in i g    FOR   THE   REST  IN   PLUMBING   AND   HEATING   PHO.VE    ISO
THE   RELIABLE   PLUMBER
The Liberal doctrine as enunciated the inspection,  while the   driveways
by the ideal organ of the parly is a
wonderful one with respect to Government appropriations. In ordinary
times Ihe voles are all loo small and
the Government is robbing the district. When ihe Liberals believe
an election may be in sight the appropriations are no longer attacked
as being too small. They are then
bribes thrown out to catch the voter
This doctrine appears to be a most
elastic one. The appropriations of
the Provincial Government this year
appear to bear the mark ot being
framed as far as possible to allow
business as usual in a Government
■way as well as in a private way. '
is evident to anyone who considers
the situation even casually that there
musi at a time like this, with the
world plunged in a terrific war, be
a decided falling-ofl in the revenues
The Government realizes these facts
bul   Is   ,el   pi 'ed   to    have    work
carried on as well as al all lossible
dm i:i- i1"- yi ar. The g< neral pub
lie will appreciate tl e effort madi.
MORI':  THAN   I SI AL.
The call is for more food . . .
What we want to Understand is thai
it is millions of bushels, nol millions of acres, that are called for;
move milk and butler and cheese,
rairer than more cows. II is a day
when the economized use of labor
will tell .... Let us remember
thai il is more bushels per acre
more pounds of milk per cow, inure
pounds of meal per animal that will
count, and thai will mean more food
per farm. Lei us in 1916 make
good mi the farmer's lighting line
with "MORE THAN USUAL."—C.
C. James, al the I 9 i ■"> Annual Meeting "i the Commission of Conservation,
leading to the buildings were lined
with several thousand cheering Ottawa  citizens.
The Duke after the inspection addressed  the  men as follows:
".Men of the 30th Battalion, this
occasion gives me the greatest pleasure in that 1 am able to address
you here in Ottawa. It has been ray
greatest wish to go as far as Victoria to see you, but owing to the
great distance from Ottawa and the
many calls upon my time 1 have
been unable to do so. I speak for
those present I believe when I say
that it gives us great gratification
to see you here at the capital of the
Dominion, You have come from the
Pacific province and are now gathered on the borders of the older
provinces at the old capital of the
Dominion. Von have seen for your-
B-flves the welcome which Ottawa
has given you. You are assembled
before the Prime .Minister and the
members of His Majesty's govern,
ment.
"I am voicing the opinion of all
when I sec that we approve of tlTe
splendid .-1 irlt which has actuated
yon In coming so far to serve your
Empire. Il would Beem that the further away the greater the patriotism. I am sure you will do your
duty. Von all realize that this is the
fiercest war which has ever been and
that discipline, courage and all Ihe
characteristics which go to make a
soldier are needed to bring this war
to a successful issue. Von will serve
wiih lhe men from tho other I)o-
i'linions and from Great Britain and
I am sure you will do your duly in
every possible emergency. God bless
you one and all."
The Duke then called for three
cheers for 'lie King, which were
given mosl  enthusiastically.
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A   Wiie  from The  Willows.
Tin- following telegram arrived
in the ' ii v yesterday from a member of  lie-  St.  Andrew's  Society   at
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Coal, Cement, Plaster and Brick
AND A CC:_?LETE LINE OF BUILDERS' SUPPLIES
HOLME LUMBER CO., LTD.
First Avenue       Prince Rupert        Telephone t86
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PHONE  1(11. P.O.  DRAWER tfi!5 3!.!) SECOND AVE.
S.S. Prince George every Friday nl 9 .a.m.
S.S. Prince Jfil-iii cl 7 p.m. on Sin::! iy,   February    II, 28, etc.
For Massett nnd Port Clements S.s, Prince John 10. p.m. Saturday,
February IS, _!(>, etc.
Far Skidegate,  Lockeport, etc.,' S.s.  Prince John  1 (   p.i).
Febi iiuiy   7, 21, etc.
For Stewart and Nans River S,S. Prime John It a.m. Wednesday,
February    !<\ 24, etc
For ..iiyu- (G.-imby Bay) S.s. Prince George midulghi every Wednesday.
G.T.P.   R.'.B... AV  SCHEDULE
Ti-iins leave Prince Itupert fchPrince George, Edmonton, Melville,
Winnipeg, etc., al 10 a.m.. 'Wednesdays und Saturdays, connecting with  trains for  St. Paul. ChiCHgo ami nil  points  east.
Trains arrive from tlie east on Thursdays und Sundays at 0.30 p.m
G.T.  RAILWAY SYSTEM
The  Doubfc-tiiiek    Route
Prom Chicago to Toronto, Hamilton,   Buffalo,    Montreal,
 _ ,-_
etc.,   etc.
For reservations, tickets and lull information regarding travel to
any part of the world apply to the G.T.P. Ticket Oilice, Third
Avenue;  Agency all Atlantic Steamship Lines.
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Canadian Pacific Railway
PRINCESS MAY
SOUTHBOUND, 8 P.M, SUNDAY
PRINCESS MAQUINNA,
NORTHBOUND, Alaskan Ports, MONDAY, March 7
J. G- IMcNAB, General Agent, corner  Third  Ave.   and    Fourth   St.
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THE UNION STEAMSHIP CO. OF B.C. LTD'
S.S. VENTURE
Southbound Tuesdays at 8 p.m.
Sailings for Granby, Simpsor and the Naas
Sundays at Midnight
For further particulars apply to
JOHN   BARNSLEY,  AGENT 031 Second Ave., Phone 508
Agency  Atlantic   Steamships.
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SHINGLES, MOULDINGS, SASH, POORS
Prince Rupert Lumber Co.
FIRST AVE. AND McRRIDE ST. PRINCE RUPERT
Phone 25 .     Branch Yard at Sniithers, B.C,
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Honored Place I'm- Bishop lui  .emet. The   wniows  camp:
l;i:",i   Re     B '   '   /emet, at
a meeting of the Proi Inclal Hon -   il
i;      .    .  In   Viti'-"u ,-ei     'n
the  .I'M -I "limn  foi   the proi in	
Columbia,
CONTROL OF t'. P.  It.
STEAMSHIPS   CHANGED
(Continued trom  Page   One.)
securities. The ov nershlp and con
n-ol of the steamship company will
remain with the Canadian Pacilic
Railway Company, but the manage-
menl and operation of the steamship lines will be vested in the board
of directors of the Canadi n Pacific
i i -. Sei i " Limited li is only
another Btep iy the direction nf
eliminating from the direel operation of the rallwnj comp my Items
thai 'P> nol relate to tin- railway
fi erty  Itself."
 o	
February House   Furnishing   liar-
gains—-Sal"   I'i ii n   'Mill    Linolo
inns.  115 cents, nt  George 1 . Tit''.   I
Pai   ■  I   medi-
1   ■ ■■■< inination    all    righl.    Scotch
bunch   all  O.K    Only  one   in   con-
l   n   . ir     l    Mill    to    pass     second     h-l
lying new life,"
NOTICE is  herebj   given  tha.   nn
i he 23i d il iy of March  nexl applicn
tlon   will   he  made  io   the   Superii.
tendent of  Provincial   Police  and  lol
the   Board   of   License    Conini'#si(in-1
ers Eor the City of Prince Rupert for
permission lo remove the license for
tlle sale of liquor by wholesale from
lhe  premises known  as   Lots   1 _  and
16,   Blocli   32,  Section    1, situate   ul
l.ra_er  S.reel   in  the  City  of  Prfnce
,   pert,   to   the   hinds   descril)
Lots  19 and 20, Blocli 23, Sectl m  I
on Third Avenue In  the said City of
Prince Itupert.
DATED  this  20th   day  of   February,  1916.
PRINCE   RUPERT  IMPORTING CO.
LIMITED.
W,  II. Marshall,  Mane
■ ' I mar:!'.' Applicant.
Send for Five Roses
Cook Book—
BEING A MANUAL OF GC)OD RECIPES carefully
chosen from l!ie contributions of over two thousand
BUCC (.&..<_,. uacis of Fiv. Roses Flour throughoul Canntln.
Also Useful Not™ on the vnhou. cIamm ol good thlngl
lo cat, oil of which have k«n carefully checked and
re-chcckcd Wy competent tu.lfior.iy.
Mess m Envelop, to 1AKE Of THC WOODS MILL1HG CO. LIMITED, WINNIPEG
Distributors Prince Rupert, B.C
'XM-I.I.Y KHIAY. POVGI,AH * CO.
COUPON
*rii_   Name   and   Addn-s.     ptairtly
Don't lt.T|«. to enrJoK T«n Cenl _
in otan.in
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—
AOORL!	
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HEAD   OFFICE:   MONTREAL I.ST.m.ISill.ll   1800
Capital     jji   11,500,000
Reserved   l-'mul S 12,500,000
Tola]   Assets    $185,000,000
Savings Bank Department—$1 will open an account
Brandies   Throughoul   Canada ami Bonking Connections With All
Parts of the I'nitctl States. Agents Throughout the World.
H. P. WILSON, Manager        ■ - Prince    Itupert    Branch
i !ig__31_l_&. ft: _4&_£9_m_^
" CLEAN UP AND PAINT UP NOW
O-CEDAR     MOPS,  0-CEI1AR   MOP   POLISH
ALABASTINB   SANITAR*?  WALL  COATING
WATER HOSE, GARDEN TOOLS,  WATERING  CANS
MARTIN-SE.NOUR  100   PER  Ci. .T.   I'l'llK   PAIN'.
PAINT  BRUSHES,  LAWN  .MOWERS  AND  CRASS  SHEAR3
CARPET    BEATERS,  GARBAGE  PAILS
WINDOW   SCREENS, SCREEN  DOORS
—AT thi:—
KAIEN HARDWARE CO.,-08Ti.ir_AY.
wmmmmmmmmm
$mmm
cao-_n.-_n.-t. _ir.-o
2
__fl<>lKH_JKla>i«HKH^ !-<S_^KH«HS4W>«aXH»liO
Prime Rupert Transfer Co.
— FOR
Coal, Furniture Moving, Baggage
and Heavy Teamin*
W. J.  CRAWFORD, Manager
PTIONE 566 omce a"d Residence:
1000 THIRD AVE.
0<H5<Bl_!<H3-_H>Oit_rt_ __H> fttKBKHKH>_-__*_«lKl _H.H>_HtH>lil_-i3_H_^^
The Morning Journal
50 cents per Month 1**ifti^-~-T-'«^«''»^^»_y>^ ""   "'»—»<_"■«»''•
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ORIGIN OF INDIAN
TROOPS IS TRACED
LECTURER  AT UNIVERSITY  COLLEGE,  LONDON,   CUES INFORMATION.
in   a'niost
PRINCE   RUPERT   JOURNAL
every pforth-Wei     Frontier   Province,   theiWAl
United   Provinces,    Rajputana,    and.
Wednesday, .March 3, 1915.
ilers,   were   found
part  of  India. nited   Provinces,     Rajputana,
The  origin   of   cavalry   could    be I Central India and Bombay.
traced to the time of Lord Lake, and.     Dr.  Kapadia then  went on  to  de-1Provlncinl i   ■ ■
from   that   pi   lod had    been    --: llgion  and  customs   of
rjuiti         Ion in Indian troi h I isioi       He   also  described
After each  greal        to       - er . thi ;-   dre      u  '  gave some interest-j
apadifl cdntintu i   Ing Ei ctl  a Ir mil icord.:
thai  race formed India?   In      ncli   : on    Dr.  Kapadia said that I
army.  F .  ln   anci   In   iS14, General  thi    remarkable    enthusiasm    which
MILL
IS LEI IED i.\ ONTARIO
■ Introduces War
I'n.v   Measure  in  tl
LegisliUui. .
I    ■_■..■ ■   . .
Ski - •! .   Land    Districl  -District    of
Queen  C   - ands.
PAKE  NO'I ICE
of  Prim ,.   B.C.. 11
JMPERiAL MACHINE WORKS
Engines   Installed   and    Ceueini
.Repairs
Ovj-Acetylene   Plant    in    Connection
Plume  Red  156 Third  Avenue
The   Tribes    Tien    Fnughl     Bi
Have   in Turn Become
Loyal.                             -.1 hterlon ici       'ul In the Ne   the   i hole   bodj   of    Indian    princes!
 .                             I :<                                                                ;                 . in -    the
In  the ccfBrse  of an   addri         le-lini iads '■                          "rltisli   cause  was   now  ;i   matter  of
lii       11 lie  ' ondo i   Chai      ■ ... the Ii dlan history    ihov Ing on  ■' le   hand
of Comm  recently, on "Our   In-1 army, that   tli             len     chivalry,    long
dian Troo           In   Front,'   Dr. -;.   '■       -|■ ,. , |n  ,,,    punjal                                 '" '     ''     'l;iX   Britannica,
Kapadl     li              it 1      ersi       li     |              .... ,;   .,             British                 '           eft them     ind    on    the
lege,   London, said  thai   those   wbolforee   called tl        'unjah   Irregulu    other, that like all civilized and  re
knew  the  real   reeling  ln  Indi i had' Force was [ted ni     '                            '       membe
inn   been suri rised thai  her princes Iments, i nil   ;   whose   Interests   v..,'-    ' nm idlately
and   peoples al   once  made   bo   full-  was   the    ire   e   #un.    -    Frontier affected  by  the  violation   of   public
hearted   a   response  to   the   call    of ;'"---. in,exatloii  of N li    ' !'"   '''"'"   r!;p   ' " '     ' '    ' ■'
their  King-Empi    ir.                              |       .  and  tin lud      In    [856   Germany, they gave their all
Coin.- on  in give a  rough   sketch|gave  rise  to the   well-known   Oudh  ,nii"y  personally    plunged    Into   the
of  Ihe  history   of  the   Indian
Pn '. intends to i     -    foi  per-
missio i I and pe-
troleui i over thi ■ rl'bi d
Gri
I    end    one    mile
north-east corner o
Quid*      Followin budget,        j 2 •       . • '
Ontario ice   sou
.   . > ,
El 11 a on nil - ■    i f
II or large.    Per.
'        ---' n.iou 8 ,-.,, to every  item.
Du «ied, I
erni
i the
ture.  The i H m. T.
Carry,
- ': -a  moi Inj
ii! ;, is along l      lines of   I i-jsi - i
J. H. HILDHCH
Contractor and Build ei
Charl
'
i .   PLC.
and will Includi   "-' ei • il  Is In fo c<
rmy, I Irregular Force, The existing soldier l-<"ii!ir-t-
I , real   proi eily.    Ivi. ir." -    -,--■-. lecnl
Dr. Kapadia) said that the flrsi  man tribes and rai ' India, continued      Con  led with such evidence of de-      ,  .
and  income assessment.
to   undertake   the  work  of   forming the speaker, were divided  iadl;        voted  allegiance  of  the  native   ru',-1     ,„ .   , ,. ,
Because of tlie system  which  we
follows:   (1)   The   Sikhs,   who    come  ers,   the  pronounced    loyalty   of  th
The 1   - o be one in thi ..KE-NOTICE 	
, ,. ,, . of Prii Lupert, Barrlsti ,   Wo     ■   Pnhiii
d"':ir   on     !     - de ■        in.., , L "u-lu   ouiitnui  diui ,.o..ti\   i tinuj
       '"Pri
lie   Pro Im ■    if Ontario. pi       ct for coal
,     „      ,,  .,      ,,   lira
"1  said   -       rday, A Mr.   Mc-j, Coast.of Gr:        il
;'.ii ■ •, "I bal  ll Is tax wo : i bi Ing Injl ' ilant-
ed tin i of tl     ioi
mer of thence north So
de- chain 80 chains, thenc
''':;:           ,           ,                               ,                             i ,-.':- -.     b mc' west    80
in :   on       ■   ' - ■  • men    eai b   yeai
chains,   ti >olnt of  c     i ci ment,
-.....,,. (o       .      j ire or less.
ja29 PETER   PIOMBO,
Dati   located, Deeemhei 3rd,  1914.
....  |.;,;-;., ...    "li.        [|
bring   in   more  because  it  wil'
Offli
_     IE BLOCK
DR. CILROY, DENTIST
Crown  and   Bridge  Worlf   a
Sp< cialty
an   Indian^ army   on    the    European
model was Dupleix, who, in (lie Car-
tiatie,    aboul     174(1,    raised
battalions  of  Mohammedan
armed   In   European   fashion
from Upper India; Punjab, from the vast population of Hindustan, abso-
several I races of Jats and Gujars; (2) the lutely without exception, only prov-
oldiers Rajputs,   literal    meaning,   Rons    of'ed that the work the Indian soldiers
A   few  Princes, and   the  Dogras;    (3)    the, were performing  today side by side
a |
years later  Maj.  Stringer Lawrence, Gurkhas;   (I)   the    Mahrattas;    (5)  with   tlieir   British    comrades,   was
army," I the   Mohammedans   from    the   Pun- only   the   active   and    practical    ex-
Madras. I.iab, and   (G)  Afghans,  Pathans   and,pression of the sentiment entertain-
' Those  were  days  of   confusion.    Af-I Afridis.   The   Afghans    and   Gurkhas ed   by '30(1,000,000   of   His  Majesty's
ghans,    Pindaris,    Uoliillas,    the    de- were  from  outside  the  limits of In-' subjects  in  that  portion  of   his   do-
.Skc in '   :   nd    Dlstrlcl ■  District    of
are  adopting  in   this  bill  il   will  be       .     Queen  charlotte  Islands,
necessary,  if the Government  Anally|    TAKE NOTICE that Pe.tr Piombo,
decided   upon    following    the    Ideas|of   Prince  Uifpert
which    we    have    been    considering!
"the   father   of    the    Indian
enrolled     the     Sepoys
seenilants of Afghan   settlers,
rattas   and   others,    many    of
Mali- dia proper, but the remainder inliali- minions. It was, Dr. Kapadia added,
them ited lhe different parts of the coun- an episode in the history of the Brit-
men of adventurous lives, ready toitry. The principal recruiting centres ish empire of the most happj prom-
sell their swords to the highest bid- in   India  were the   Punjab   'ind   the  ise for the future.
sessinenl Aet, giving to the local
municipalities and countries the
right to exclude from -the operation
of this act the immediate relatives
of the soldiers who are on the field
of battle. It is not Intended that
they shall give more than tlie sacri-l
flees they  are making already."
B.C.,    occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for permission  to prospect for coal and pc-
with respect  to It, thai  amendmentsItroleum over ihe following described
„, . , ilands on   .'ie West Coast of Graham
will   require   to    he    made   to   the lBiandl  Commencing at a post plant-
Municipal Act, and possibly the   As- ed three miles north of the north-east
Oilice:   Smith    !!Ii'ek,   Third    Avenue
A. FAULDS, M.I. M.E.
Consulting Mining Engineer
Examinations   and    development    of
Coal, Metal, Oil. Etc.
709 Duu.inuii   St.       Vancouver, B.C.
corner of Lot 2437, tlience north 80
chains, thence west SO chains, thence
south SO chains, thence east SO
chains, to point of commencement',
containing 640 acres more or less.
ja29 ' PETER   PIOMBO.
Dale located, December 3rd, 1914.
Skeena   Land    Dislrict—District    of
Queen  Charlotte  Islands,
TAKE NOTICE that Peter Piombo,
of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for permission to prospect for coal ami petroleum over the following described
A pretty little cottage for rent on;lands on  tlie West Coast of Graham
MOUSE POR RENT.
the hill. Has sewer connection and
other conveniences. Apply L. Bullock-Webster, tf
ST.LOUIS, ^t__L^
I
h o I
ien
For the House
Delivered to your kite!
door, like groceries
udwei
175,000,000 Bottles Yearly
That was the demand for Budweiser last
year.
The Anheuser-Busch Plant covern today
more than 142 acres—equal to 7(1 city
blocks. It gives steady employment to
6,01)0 people, aud to 1,500 more In its
branches,
Every process, every room, is Immaculate,
Every bottle is Pasteurized and Im pected.
This Quality-Plant, started nearly 50 . ears
ago, is a model of modern facilities.
The hundreds of visitors who go through
every day know that nothing of Its  -
could be made any bijticr than Budweiser.
Anheuser-Busch, St. Louis
The Largest Plant of Its Kind
in the World
"^ "vac -_W(' *'. IU
Idfffcj
juaJi
Some o! the Principal
Bitit .lings
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PRINCE RUPERT IMP. CO.
Distributors PRINCE RUPERT, B. C.
February Furniture Sale at George
!'. Tite's, nil departments. Record
discounts  for cash. flOtf
"-_i_. .-.-    __i.y
TENDERS.
Tenders   addressed    to    the   Sub-
Agenl  ol  the Di :   rf n enl  of .Murine.
■ [nc ■   Rupi rl.    B.C.,    endorsed    on
tho   envelope    "Tenders    for    Light-
HAiRDRESSING
PARLORS
Massage,   Manicuring,   Scalp   Treatment, Electric Treatments,  Etc.
Mrs.   N. 1.  Ilandasyde, Prop.'
211 Third St. PRINCE III.PEI.1
Island: Commencing at a post planted five miles east and one mile north
of the north-east corner of Lot 2435,
tlience north 80 chains, thenco east
SO chains, thence south SO chains,
tlience west SO chains, to point of
commencement, containing 040 acres
more or less.
ja29 PETER   PIOMBO.
P.O. Bo_  1714 Telephone 448
RITCHIE,   AGNEW   8.   CO.
Civil Engineers! nnd Surveyors
Priuce   Rupert,   B.C.
Waterworks, Water Power, Wharf
Construction, Reports, Plans, Domin-
on and Provincial Land Surveying,
Slectric Blue Printing, Negatives aud
White  Prints
Date located, December 4th, 1914.   Dh .„„ _,      ,„.,
j Pb-.ne Blue  1S3 Res.  Phone 393
UP-TO-DATE
of
a   Land    District—District
Queen Charlotte  Islands
TAKE NOTICE thai Peter PJombo,
of '■' in- • Rupe B.C., occupation
Proapei tor, Inti adi to apply for permission to prospeel for coal and petroleum over the following described
1/iuds on the iVi si ' i isl of Gr_ a i
Island: Commencing al a posl planted live miles easi and one mile north
of the north-easl corner of Lol 243..,
thence nortl   80 chains, thence wesi
, . . ,. L" C7,,..'.        II UI  I 11       DV      '11-1111..       L11C.1.C       .1 I...
house    and    Steam  -     Supplies    fo    „ ,,   ,.,,.,,       thence        th   ,„   chaine
British  Columbia, 191o-ia,    will beL,, ,; ,   sf)
v. ceived up lo noon  of I lie  6th  daj
of  Marc
follo.wing supplies required by fee
Sub-Agent of ihe Departnient al
Prinee Rupert, B O, during tlie pe-
i io 1  ending  .March  31,  1 916:
1 — Hardware.
2 Ship Chandlery.
3—Building Materials.
ohains,   to   poinl.  of
commencement, containing 640 acres
1915,  for   furnishing   thejmore or ...
j;;_:; PETER   PIOMBO.
Date loci ;. -I,  Ith  December,  I 91
UNDSftY* S GMITABE & STQRA6L
O. T. P. CARTA'.'!.' AGENTS
331 SECOND AVENUE
JINGLE POl  COAL
Is handled   by  us. .4.11 orders recelv*
promjii -tiie; Hon   Phone No. 08
Phone  93.
!'.[).   Box   38
l.end    District-   Districl    o
Queen   Charlotte   Islands.
TAKE    ■ O. ICE  thai   1,   D.    Hog;.,
1  -Illuminating   and    LubricatingIcj qi:, , „  charlotte City, occupation
Oils
Tenders and lists of supplies can
be obtained from the Sub-Ageni of
the Deportment at Prince Rupert,
end all lenders musl be made on
the forms supplied by the Depart- planted
menl.
Each tender must be accompanied
by a certified cheque on a Chartered Canadian Banlt for Fifty Dollars,
This cheque will be returned to the
nerehiini   tendering  if  bis  lender  Is
Farmer,  Inti ad to apply  for permis
sion   lo  purchase the  following    di
sei Hied land i: Comi clng at u pos
at    thc    south-wesl      cor
ner  of  Qooden    island    in    Bearskin
Bay, tin ii ■  t< rlj  i lienee norther
ly,  thenci-   westerly,  thenci   souther
y,   followin-.; shore  1 in-   to  poinl    nf
Pacific Cartage limited
Genera]   Teaming
Furniture  Moving a  specially.
When yon   buy   COAL buy  the   BEST
— Ladysmlth   Lump  or  Coruo..
Washed  Nut.
not  accepted  by  the   Departmenl   al    ommencement,  talning five acres
Ottawa,    in  case  he   Is successful,
the cheque  will   be   retained   at   /. m"'° '"' "
anenl deposit, DANIEL HOGG
NOTES. |,.,,,,,] ,;;,, peuruary,  im -         , ;;:
- -1 This tender muBl  nol be nlti i -
,,,,      I.''.   ' ^    .. -     .' mil     HE   HICi  I  COST O)     Id   INC   i.
I iffi •   :   i ii DKOEIl liv III \-J\<- VOI l:
required i
i |   The    "•' artnn nt '  '■'    -" :' ■    " "ncsttc   Lumn   Conl
i   [he  v hole or
i    tend
, d i   li   is  the  Intentli n   of  lhe    De
pnrtmenl to i-icK oul the lov
est     iirici     for   each    article,;
consistent   with   quality,   and
aec-'i't   tender,    or   pnrts   of
tenders m - ordlngly,   and  the
SI)...II Per Ton
Best   i.inaliij   Washed    Nm  < mil
$8.73 Per Ton
i.ei.ivi.ih."
—the—
*' „.:: Union  Transfer  Co.
Prime Rupert, B.C.. Phone :ld
Tiie Gueen Charlotte
Oil Fir. ds Limited
Oflice will open today in  Law-Butler
Building  loi   sab- of a limited
amount of   Treasury  Stock
CEO.  P.   MAODONALD,   S'ec.-Trens.
KAYNEI. EROS
I'i meer Inn, rnl Directors nnd
Einbiiliiiers Open Dny and
Night.     I.iidies'    Assistnnl     in
Atteudnm o.
I
,-   I'l      -I    -'      flO THIRD AVE.
Prince* Rupert Journal
SOc. par Ilouth
lots  as  required   by  the   l.
partmenl.
fe)   in cis' i where the   Depnitmenl
((insider:-'  ii  advisable to   ac-	
cept   a   lender   for six  months
only,  ii   reserves  tin   righl  to  a__-O.J__H-_i>on_H_-»_H>^iWO
A.  E.  Hand, President.
J. S. Pearce, Manager,
ll"   SO.
(fl   Where  two or   more   tendei
ni:'-'- tin sami l riies, the
p. lartmenl reserves thi
to divide the oiders.
i g i All goods in ii st be delivered F
ii. i: Pro Incial Governmenl
'• \ ' . - - - ; . • •  ■
untlei o the  Dei art-
men!  In  Pi Ince  Rupi i
i   No ch ic.   nit;   I) ■   allowed  fi ■  '■'■
eni'tuge, packing or packngi
A 'I • -''nd - musl l"- ii"'  wi Ight,  g
id   of  th i   '."   '    i|ti illty   or  j!j
kind     'i :i"'    musl    be   .'
supplied  only  on    requisition I s
ol   tin    Inb-A  enl.   or   othei   jjj
ItllOl i/. -il
■   '   Igenc       Department      I 11
rln     Pri        i       i:    B    C      -"'"
ary, 20, 11115, ltf27        afiOBDOTin ■■ .       _ nux'
THE PRINCE RUPERT SASH
AND DOOR COMPANY LTD.
MAN!
DOORS,   .   . -,i.     ■-■■. Mi'l-.   MOULDINGS,     SOROU ..\|.    BAND
SAWING. AMI   Vial,  KINDS OF   ITNI8HIN   8,     .K I.   AMI   OV-
PICK   I IV!    .IKS,   IK USE  I IMSI           IP]     '
■ j nnd Ofllt-o:                   Seventh   Ivei     .  IL.j m        li
nm   'I,.                               I'd   I' .-■  _   .           . ■ !',- . Wednesday, .March  3, 1915.
PRINCE   RUPERT   JOURNAL
GRANITE
.RANITE of best  quality  and  thoroughly  tested   for sale
Cut  Stone  or  Crushed   IJock   in
Quantities
fEIL 3. McLEOD     Plione Green 21T
"ocean" f1sFco7~
fresh lisb Arriving Every Day
. itslde Olders Promptly Attended To
Skeena  Land  District  —  District  of
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
GOVERNMENT WEATHER
REPORT.
PHONE  BLUE
PHONE 554
P.O. BOX 60
TOU
APERHANGING
AINTING
OLISH1NG AND
WALL TINTING
HIGH-GRADE    INTERIOR
DECORATING    A    SPECIALTY
Martin Swanson
SECOND AVE. -EAR McBRIDE
^aotootooowaoowoo-
CANADIAN STEAM
LAUNDRY
NOW OPEN FOR  BUSINESS
,|Latest mid Approved Methods
llOnly  Skilled   Operators  Employed
Phone ns and ive will call for n
trial  bundle O
Note   our   address:
51S   SIXTH    AVENUE   WEST S
Phone No. 8 n
Canadian Steam Laundry    g
gcKHK -■ -1. tHM_ .Kl•_ta^3^_^_^_^>_H.-IK^r>_H3■
S_H34HHKH}1>_-_HKHKH>_^^
Capt. J. McGee
M.M.S.A.
..lusters nnd .Male, prepared
for examination. Compass ud-
,1 uster.
Phone Red ."02
"NAUTICAL   ACADEMY"
Helgcrson Block, opposite
Royal  Hoi el
iaoHW-aoaAitoiiisooo&ooatt
TAKE NOTICE that Andrew W.
MaeLean, of Prinee Rupert, B. C,
occupation Carpentpr, intends to apply for permission to prospect for
coal and petroleum over the following described lands on the West
Coast of Graham Island:  Commenc-
ng al a pos'! planted two miles north
and one mile easl of the north-east
corner of Lot 2485, thence north 80
chains, t hence easl SO e_ In i, then . '
south   80    chains,    thence    west    SO | Precipitin ion
bains   to   polnl   of   commencement, i
containing 640 acres more or less.
ANDREW   W.   -U. !. "."• |
f18 Agent,  Peter Piombo
Date located  23rd  December, 1.11.
Furnished   by   I-.   W.    Dow-ling.
For _4  hours ending 6  p.m.
March  2
Bar.  reduced  to sea  level
Highest  temperature   . •. .
one's hands and knees, and
holds two exactly. Inside the sentries stand like silent statues, for
this trench is only 70 yards from the
enemy, and it is death to put one's
head over for more than a second.
29.808 Gradually tlie subs foregather, and
4fi.n      we have ijuite a slap-up dinner, pip-
just J NAVIGABLE    WATERS
TION ACT.
PROTEC-
R. S. O. Chapter 115.
The Imperial Oil Company heraby
Low,.-:  temperature    40.0
ot
FIRST IMPRESSION;
I.I.T'1
Skeena   Land    District—District
queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Peter Piombo,
of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
Prospector, Intends to apply for per-1
mission to proo] t for coal nnd petroleum over the following described |
lands on  the West Coast of Graham I
Island:  Con noing at a rost plant-!Some  of
ed three miles nortli and one milc|
east of tho north-east corner of Lofl
2437, llience north SO chains, thence
'east SO chains, llience south 80]
chains, thence west SO »liains, lo|
point of commencement, containing1
(140 acres more or less.
PETER   PIOMBO.
AT THE FRONT
give notice that it has under Section 7 of the above Act, deposited
with the Minister of Public Works a't
Ottawa, and in the oflice of tho District Registrar of Wie Prince Rupert
Land Registration Dislrict at Prince
Rupert, B.C., a description of the
site und the plans of the wharf and
Later   on    1   walked (approach   proposed   to    be    built    in
,    ,. .,,   ,, .      IPriuce   Rupert   Harbor.   British    Co-
- |over our whole line with  the major. lmnbia|     _    {n_t     of     Watortrot.t
lit was rather exciting, as the com-IB-look "G", accerding   to   registered
inunication  trench was full of water!''.'£»   °/  'ho  T-Wn_it<T   of    _he    said
City  of  Prince  Rupert   deposited   In
imc
14   lof   out
hot, as it is cooked within a foot |
noses.
and  the  flares WiSre going busily all
ER    WRITTEN    PROM    THE
BATTLE     LINE     BV     A
TERRITORIAL.
the time, but we were not observed,
[and got safely back in about an
hour's lime.
Olflce
he Trenches  Within  Very
Short Distance of Each
Otlier.
ja_l
Date located, December llrd,  1014
An officer of a Scottish Territorial regiment writes:
I have spent, my first .10 hours m
the trenches. Officers and N. C. O.'s
went up on Thursday afternoon and
were distributed amongst the con-
panies   in   the  trenches  for   instruc-
Skeena   Land    District—District    of
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Pole.- Piombo,
of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for permission to prospect for coal and petroleum over the following describedIduring tlie afternoon and marched
lands on the West Coast of Graham ffJur „
Island:   Commencing at a post plant-1
ed  five miles east of the   north-east mense holes  caused  by  large shells,
corner  of Lot  2435,  thence  east   80 >„„  ,_ees '
chains,    thence     soutli     80     chains, I
thence west SO chains, thence north!not merely wrei'ked, but in absolute
ISO  chains,   to  point   of   commence-|rulnS| not evcn . w,.„ standlng| ,„ul
little    harvests    of    wooden    crosses
here  and there,  It was dark ere we
Skeena  Land  District — District  of
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Andrew W.
MaeLean, of Prince Rupert, B, C,
occupation Carpeiter, intends to apply for permission to prospect for
coal aad pelroieum over the following described lands on the West
Coast of Orsha Inidlsna
Coast of Graham Island: Commencing at a post planted one mile north
and two miles enst of the north-east
corner of Lot 243S, thence north SO
chains, thence west SO, chains, thence
tional purposes.   We   left our billet south    80   chains,   thenoe   east   80
chains   lo   point   of   commencement
containing C40 acres more or less.
ANDREW  W.  MacLEAN.
flS Agent,  Peter  Piombo
Date  located,  23rd  December,  1914
houses
the  aforesaid  Land   Registry
as No. 923.
AND TAKE NOTICE Hint, after
the expiration of one montli from
the date of the lirst publication of
ibis notion, the said Imperial OH
Company will under Section 1 of the
ook  for the  lied Tag   Prices   A. 8ai''   ^<K   apply   to  the    Minister   of
iPuhlio Works ad liin office in the City
.„-,.,.."  n.   lit.-'.  I'livnK,,,-,.  sale,    if ,f  Ottawa  for approval  of  the  said
site and plans and for leave, to construct the said wharf and approach.
DATHD at Prince Rupert, B.C.,
this 2nd day »f February, A. D.
TSIS. 4w-f4
TUBS IMPBR-IAL OIL COMPANY.
inieht, containing 0 40 acres  more or
less.
ja29 PETER   PIOMBO.
Date located, December 4th, 1914.
Skeena  Land   District — District of
Quoen Charlotte islands.
^av^aooHOO<s-ooo<Kto<tooaoooio<to p
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
For Rent
Skeena   Land    District—District    of
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Teter Piombo,
of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for permission to prospect for i oal and petroleum over the following described
lands on the West Coast, of Graham
Island: Commencing at a post planted five miles east of the north-east
corner of Lot 2435, thence nortli 80
chains, thence east 80 chains, thence
south SO chains, thence west SO
cliains, to point of commencement,
containing 040 acres more or less. I
ja'_!i PETER   PIOMBO.
Date located, December 4th,  1914
TAKE NOTICE that Andrew W
MaeLean, of Prince Rupert, B. C.
reached a cross-road in the middle occupation Carpenter, intends to ap-
of a large wood. Every five minutes P1- £or permission to prospect for
.,        ,   , I coal  and  petroleum over the  follow-
the whole country was lit up by star ing a6Scribed    lands   on   the   West
shells,  whicli   the  Germans send  up Coast of  Graham  Island:   Commenc-
.     .,     ,,      ,.        ,,        . ing at a posl. planted one mils nortn
constantly.  Meantime, the rain came a.,d tw0 ,..,,„. 6ast of the north.,ast
corner of Lot. 2435, thence north SO
chains, thonce east SO chains, tlience
south SO chains, thence west SO
cliains, to point of commencement
containing G40 acres more or less.
ANDREW W. MacLEAN.
f 1 8 Agent,  Peter  Piombo
Dale located, 23rd December,  1914.
of
REASONABLE    BATES
THE
Continental Trust
Company
J_HWS-0&_KV_1O-_H>011KKK>0
The Morning Journal
50c. per month
Skeena   Land    Dislrict—District
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Peter Ptotnbo,
of Prince Rupert, B.C., occur.ti.rn
Prospector, intends to apply for per-]
mission to prospect for coal and pelroieum over the following described
lands on the West Coast of Graham
Island: Commencing at a post planted live miles east of lhe nortli-efKt
corner of Lot 2435, thence north S0|
cliains,     tlience     west     SO     chains, w- hold half the wood, _nd the cen-
thence south  SO chains, thence east tral  part is still  full  of   dead   Ger-
SO   chains,   to   point   of   commencement, containing  040  acres more or
down in torrents, and the rattle of
musketry and boom of guns never
ceased. Hundreds of ghostly figures
moved about carrying all sorts of
things, rations for troops in tlie
trenches,   planks    of   wood,    bundles
of   brushwood,   kegs   of    water    and i	
rum,  and   down   the   road   trooped Skeena  Land  District — Distrioi
stretcher - hearers       carrying     ■ the | Queen Charlotte Islands.
wounded   to    the   hospital.    Then
voice said.   "Guide  from  the   -
and   my   nvo  sergeants  and
tramped   off   In    single    lile
him   for  our    destination
the wood, past an immense chateau
a mere skeleton with all its stables
greenhouses,  etc.,   a   mass  of   ruins
.NOTICE.
The Oanadian Patriotic Fund.
Will those who need assistance
(from tlie above fund, resident in the
city or district and whose breadwinner is on active service with tbe
forces of the Empire or hor Allies,
kindly netlfy the secretary of the
Inc.! organization,
tf W. __   COLLISON,
P.O. Box 735.
SYNOPSIS      OF      Ct»AL      MINING
REGULATIONS.
less.
j»29, PETER   PIOMBO.
Date located, December 4th, 1914
Skeena   Land    District—District    of
Queen   JHiarlotte  Islands.
mans.
Winding out and in to avoid the
shell holes in a short time we reached the reserve trenches. As each
star shell goes up we all crouch and
TAKE   NOTICE   that   Andrew    W.
,, I MaeLean, of Prince Rnpert, B.C., oc-
'   |cupation  Carpenter, intends to apply
myself for  permission  to prospect  for   coal
.   . .      iand petroleum over the following de
Denlna |scribed lands on the West Coast of
Through I Graham  Island:    Commencing  at  a
post planted two miles nortli of the
north-east corner of Lot 2433, thence
north    SO    cliains,    thence   east    SO
chains     tlience     soutli     SO    chains,
thence  west   SO  chains  to   point   of
commencement, containing G40 acres
more  or  less.
ANDREW   W.   MacLEAN.
f 18 Agent,  Peter  Piombo
Date located,  23rd December,  1914.
Ceal mining rights of the Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and
Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the
Northwest Territories and a portion
of the Province of British Columbia,
may be leased for a term of twen
ty-one years at au annual rental of
JI per acrev Not more than 2,560
aeres will be leased to one applicant.
Applications for a lease must be
made by the applicant in parson to
the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district, in which the rights applleJ for
are situates.
In surveyed territory the land
must be described by sections, or
legal subdivisions of seotions, and
In unsurveyed territory the tract applied for shall be staked out by the
applicant  himself.
Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $6, which will be
refunded if the rights applied for
an? not available, but not otherwise. A royalty shall be p^id on the
merchantable output of the mine at
the rate of five cents per ton.
The person operating the mine
shall furnish the Agent with sworn
returns accounting for the full
cf (quantity of merchantable coal mined
and pay tho royalty thereon. If the
coal minin'g rights are not being operated, such returns should be fur
nislied at least once a year.
The lease will include the coal
mining rights only; but the lessee
may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be
considered necessary for the working of the mine lit the rate of $10
per acre.
For full information application
should be made to the Secretary ot
the Department of the Interior, Ot
tawa, or to any Agent or Sub-
Agent of Dominion Lands.
W. W. CORY,
Skeena  Land  District — District of
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE  NOTICE   that  Andrew    W.
......  ,...,„.,      ,    |rema,n  pertectly  stIU'  and   nothlnS MaeLean, of Prince   Rupert,   B. C,
lAis.H, .\u i u. i_ tnat i eter iiomDO,.happens, We cross a little brook, see occupation Carpenter, intends to ap-
of   Prince   Rupert,    B.C.,   occupation „,,.   for   nprrni=q|nn   lo   nrn.nppt    for
Prospector, intends to apply for per- a  light, and   find   ourselves   In the tt'St ove!  the' follow-
colonel's    dug-out—a    coke    brazier jlng described  lands   on  West   Coast
mission to prospect for coal and petroleum over the following described
lands on the West Coast, of Graham
Island: Com mencing at a post planted four miles nortli of the north-east
corner of Lot. 2437, thence nortli 80
chains, thence east SO chains, thence
south 80 chains, thence west SO
chains, to point of commencement,
containing 640 aeres more or less.
ja29 PETER   PIOMBO.
Date located, December 3rd, 1914
hot tea, cake, bread, butter, and
jam, and cheery faces and voices. An
hour's chat, and then we follow the
C. O., who is going his nightly
rounds and is to drop me at my
trench.  It  is pitch dark, but Ihe  but
the   guide   knows   his    way    like    ajfl8 Agent, Peter  Piombo.
tracker,    and    leads    us    deviouslyPate located,  23rd December,  1014,
jtt__HKHHHaHXKW^^ a ViHage, once a prosperous — .
of Graham Island: Commencing at
a post planted two miles north of
the north-east corner of Lot 2435,
thence north 80 cliains, thence west
80 chains, thence south 80 chains,
Ihence east 80 chains, to point of
commencement containing 640 acres
more or less.
ANDREW   W.   MacLEAN.
RUPERT MARINE IRONWORKS AND
SUPPLY CO., LIMITED
WATERERONT,   PRINCE    RUPERT
ENGINEERS,   MACHINISTS   AND    MACHINERY    CONTRACTORS
Specialists in Marino Power Plants, oil, Steam or Gasoline.
ll. O. Cons! Agents for tho Biltlsh Krpmhoul Semi.Diesel oil En-
..inc—the most reliable nnd economical, and the clieapesi
power for Ashing boats, lius mid passenger vessels.
Standard Gas Engine Company's Engines and Parts in stock,
-c
■-fife-,
little    place   like   Whins   of    Milton,!
I now   a    complete   ruin.     We    avoid
shell holes ai every _fi yards, cvoucli
a  dozen'times  for Hares, jump half
a dozen ditches, splash Into two feet
of mud down a drain, and behold >v<
are  in  the firing trench.  The C. O. |
Introduces    me   to  the    major    in;
charge, who tells me to consider myself  his guests, ami  shows   me   hlsj
dug-out,   which   one   crawls   into   on
Daily Journal
50c per month
'- ■-..-,...-.!-
•-.^J .Ht-1  ,-
Royal Xiivnl College of Canada.
Deputy Minister of the Interior
JANES GILMORE
ARCHITECT
Second  Ave. Near McBrlde  St
HOTEL DIRECTORY
Members  of  the  Prince  Rupe-1
Licensed Vintners' Association
WINDSOR    HOTEL
Cor. ol  First Ave. and  Eighth St.
.V. II. Wright, Prop.
HOTEL CENTRAL
First  Ave, and Seventh St.
European   n.nl   American   P!un_
SI.tin ... 92.00 Per Da.
Peter  Block.  Prop.
anil
\
DISSOLUTION    NOTICE.
TAKE   NOTICE   thai   111"   linn
SJ  Ritchie, A'.'iiew & Co. has been   dis
Sflsolved upon the 31sl day of January
The next, examination  for the en-
$
■~!frf
■
Steel,  Iron, Oils,  Wire Hope, llnlata   Belling,   li.   ('.
Columbian   Bronze   Propellers, Storage Batter!
Marine  Acoossoiiesa
Repairs—First-class  ci|iitpnicut und   staff    for    machine
repairs.
Wood   l»ulleys,
i, Dynamos ami
ship
try of Naval Cadets, will be held at.
Ihe examination centres of the Civil
Service Commission in May, 1015
successful candidates joining the col
lege on or aboul 1st August. Applications for entry will be received up
to 15th April by the Secretary, Civil
Service Commission, Ottawa, from
.whom blank entry forms can now be
■I.   Fred  Ritchie,  for Ihe  benefit   of obtained.
the partners, ancl that all accounts; Candidates for the examination In
owing by tho firm will be paid by May next m"st be between the ages
,, ,,_,, ,.., ,. iof  fourteen  and  sixteen  on    the  1st
•-,. "-.,' i. Prn.i Ritchie,   on account July, 1015.
of the firm. Dated at Prince Rupert I    Further details can be obtained on
A. D. 1015, and that all accounts ow
ling to the firm  will be collected by
P.O. BOX S15 TELEPHONE 313
ltH>_^>_^a43^aH>^a_^>^>___^^
B.C., this -llh day of February, A. D
I 111 5.
.T.    FRED   RITCHIE.
A.  E.   WRIGHT.
('.. T.  Heward   (witness to both   sig
natures).
application to the undersigned.
G.  J, DESBARATS,
! . eputy Minister of the Naval   Service
| Department of the Naval Service,
Ottawa, January Sth,  1915
laiaulhorized   publication    of   this
f5mar5 'advertisement will not b« paid for.—
7US-8. j_*.
KNOX   HOTEL
Firm    Ave.    Between    Eight!
Miith
European Plant  Rates BOo i» tsi.on
Per liny
lic'.in'r   it   Besner,   Props.
EMPRESS HOTEJj
.1. Y. Rochester V. D. Casley
Third   Ave.   Between  KlxMi  nnd
Seventh  St«.
European  Plan;  riOc to   _ij   Per  Day
ROYAL HOTEL
dorley & Burgess. l*r»p%.
Third   Are. and  Sixth   St.
European Plan (Steam  fl.iiitcd
BEAVER     WHOLESALE     LIQUOR
CO.,   LIMITED
Second   Ave.  nnti   Sixth   St.
Phone  1P2
PRINCE RITEKT IMPORTING CO.
LWIITBIJ
Frosor and Sixth Sts
Phone   7
RBDUOBD   PARES.
Phone No. 03 Is operatiig on a
new sekedule of prices for auto line
Anywhore west of Hays Creek th
d_ar»e will be 50 cents; to Seal Cov
for ene, two, or three persons tli
charge will lie $1; for four or five
$1.50; to or from boats or trains
5 0 cents. f4tf
NOTICE OF CANCELLATION  OF
RESERVE.
NOTIOE IS HEREBV GIVEN that
the Reserve existing on Detention
Island by reason of a Notice published in the British Columbia Gazette on
the 30th of May, 1912. is hereby ran
celled.
R.  A.  RENWICK,
Deputy Minister (f Lands
Department of Lands,
Victoria, B.C.,
October   19th,  1914.       o. 1
TO<K«H>»lHHK«HKKKi iKicrtKKi-Ci-affO
GUARANTEE!.
American   SI Ik
HOSIERY
WE   WANT   YOU   TO   KNOW
THESE   HOSE
They stood the test when all
others failed. They give real
foot comfort. They have no
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shape Is knit ln, not pressed in.
They are GUARANTEED for
fineness, for etyls. for superiority, of material and workmanship, absolutely stain] ss.aad to
wear six montli: without holes
or replaced  by new pairs free.
Our Free Offer
To every one .endiag us 50c
to cover shipping charges, we
will send, subject to duty, absolutely  free:
Tnree pairs of our famous
men's AMERICAN SILK
HOSE with written guarantee,
any color, or
Three pairs of our Ladles'
Hose, in idack, Tan or White
colors, with written guarantee.
DON'T     DELAY—Offer    expires w;hen  dealer In your   locality  is   selected.   Give   color
and size desired.
The International    Hosiery Co.
21 BIttner Street
Dayton, Oiiio - U.S.A.
woo_«h. ^aHK8_^>__H>__KJ^KHKKH>^»^^
THE MOST COMFORTABLE
TOURING CAR
IN THE CITV
Answers all calls day and night
Phone 99
Stand:    Hotel    Prince   Rupert
New Wellington
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Cleanest, Brightest and Best
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Phone 116

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