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The Journal
$5.00
a Year
VOL. v.
PRINCE RUPERT, B. C,     SUNDAY, AUGUST 15, 1915.
Price  5  Cents.
No. 234.
CHIEF INTEREST CENTRES ON EASTERN FRONT NOW
LITTLE CHANGE REPORTED, RUSSIANS HOLD ENEMY
    _______________________________________________________.__________________^^	
HAZELTON DEFEATED LOCAL TEAM AT BASEBALL
SALMON PACK ALONG
COAST UP TO THIS WEEK
Shewing  Of The   Different  Canneries  Within   This
Distriet In Sockeye And Other Varieties
—Good Showing Made
COL. DAVIS.
Col. Davis For  Pioneers.
Ottawa, Aug. 14.—An eastern
regiment of pioneers for active service has been ordered. The com-
nand has been offered to Col. XV.
Mahlon Davis, of the 54th Regiment
ai Vernon. Col. Davis was formerly
city engineer of Prince Rupert.
COLD STORAGE COMPANY
PROVIDING READING ROOM
Looking After Comfort And WeU-Be-
ing Of Their Employees.
The Canadian Fish & Cold Storage
Company is looking after tbe comfort
and well-being of tlie men in the employ of the company with admirable
care. One of the latest moves that
is being made by Ihe company at Seal
Cove is In make provision for a reading room for the employees.
To d0 this tlie building that was
formerly the offlce, located on the
(Continued  on  Page Two.)
SAVE MONEY IN
INSURANCE
AS    WELT.    AS    IX    OTHER
LINES
Insure with me In non-Board
companies. They are nut weak
or Irresponsible concerns—I
represent nothing but the most
reliable antl well established
companies.
,1.  LORNE  MacLAHEN.
Phone   150—Room    11   Smith;
Block
WSlWH'HSlWH-1'H'H'H-H^^
The salmon pack for the season
promises to be up to the average.
While there is still some little time
before the season closes, it Is now
possible to fairly well estimate the
pack. From Alert Bay north the
pack up the first of the week, which
has just closed was as follows:
Skeena River.
Sockeye.    All others.
Carlisle  	
8,500
7,500
British ..merica
9,300
14,700
Skeena Com
mercial    . .
5,400
6,290
(B. C. Packers)
'
Balmoral
Dominion
Cunniiighas
Alexander
Total  	
24,750
33,700
Oceanic  	
7,850
9,650
Inverness   ....
10,242
11,282
North Pacific . .
7,000
9,300
8,000
9,000
Naas River.
Sockeye.
All others
Arrandale  ....
11,500
1,400
Naas Harbor . .
6,000
9,000
Mill Bay	
5,675
7,083
Rivers Inlet.
All kinds.
.   2S.000
.   19,000
Stratbeona  ....
.   17,000
15,300
Beaver  	
.   17,000
Kildala   	
.   16,000
R.  I    C	
.   17,000
.   17,000
Southern District.
All kinds.
.  30,000
1 Continued
on Page
—o	
Four)
HAZELTON WON
BASEBALL MATCH
PRINCE   RUPERT   DEFEATED   IN
GAME PLAYED AT INTERIOR
POINT
Game Closed In Seventh  Inning On
Account Of
Darkness.
Hazelton, Aug. 14.—Hazelton team
won the match played here today
against the Prince Rupert team by
a score of 5 to 1. The game was
called in the seventh innings owing
to darkness.
For the Prince Rupert team Hunt
pitched, while Hannifin was behind
the bat. For the local team the battery consisted of Rock and Donnelly.
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HOW THE TIME IS
PASSED AT VERNON
LETTER   FROM   ROBERT   GIBSON
RECEIVED IJY FRIEND IN
THIS CITY
The Prince Rupert Men Are Taking
Well To The Hard
Training.
YESTERDAY'S BASEBALL
Northwestern League
Vancouver, 5; Tacoma, 2.
Seattle, 10; Spokane, 4.
Coast League
Salt Lake, 9; San Francisco, 7.
Oakland,  1;  Los Angeles, 7.
Vernon, 4; Portland, 8,
National League
Cincinnati, 5-6;  Pittsburg, 4-0.
Boston, 0;  Philadelphia, 9.
New York, 1;  Brooklyn, 5.
Chicago,  2;   St.  Louis,  12.
American League
Detroit, 5; Chicago, 3.
St.  Louis,  4-2;   Cleveland, 3-4.
Philadelphia, 5;  New York,-"*).
Washington, 3; Boston, 4.
A Real Estate Snap
Lot 12,     Block 9,     Section 1
$2,200 Cash
Worth $10,000, with building worth SU.riOO on it.    Apply nt once to
GEORGE BR0DERIUS
A letter has been received by L.
Prestley, of the Kaien Island Club,
from Robert Gibson, formerly steward of the club, who went to Vernon
with the last contingent from hero.
In the letter he excuses himself for
not writing before, because he has
been training hard and has been out
on sentry duty for four days. "I am
liking this life fine," he says, "and
it is sure some change. Fancy being
in bed every night at. 10 p.m., and
glad to get the chance at that.
"We are all being treated fine too
and the grub is first class. No eggs
or pie or such like, but real good
wholesome food. The only real kick
we have is the heat; gee but it is
hot, it's so hot that it keeps us hack
a little in our drilling. Lots of excitement going on lust now, as a
draft has just been picked from our
battalion, and they leave some time
next week.
"Among the Rupert bunqh to go
are: Silversldss, Scotty Dennis, Henderson, Abbott, Robertson, Sillars,
Davie. MoVlttU, Jimmy Brown—
Dial's about all 1 can think of just
now. It so happened that I was on
sentry duly at the time, and as tne
draft was drawn by lots, Bomeone
picked out a blank for ine. It was
bard lines for me, but still I guess
I will be in France us soon us them,
as they sure will have to go through
a lot of training in England. It stands
to reason, because we have only been
here a little over a montli, and none
of us have even handled a rifle yet.
"They sure must be scarce of men
over there or they wouldn't be calling for drafts already, at least from
a new battalion. It is rumored that
the  whole  battalion   will  go  in  six
CAMPAIGN FOR
MEMBERS OF FAIR
MOVEMENT    MADE    TO    SECURE
ADDITIONAL NAMES IN NEXT
FEW WEEKS
An Appeal Is Made To The Citizens
To Aid The Exhibition.
The mangement of the Fair has
started a campaign for additional
membership in the Association. The
following facts are commended to tho
favorable consideration of the public;
D0 you believe that your future
depends for prosper1 ty on the progress of the town or district in which
you dwell? Do you believe that the
furnishing of opportunity to the
farmer , the miner, the fisherman and
all engaged in development work in
northern British Columbia, by names
of hold'ing yearly advertising -displays, known as Fall Fairs, to show
what the country is capable of producing, is advisable and profitable?
Do you believe that the expenditure
of money to bring still more money
into circulation in days when one dollar is expected to -6 the work of
$10 is of benefit to the city or district?
If you do count it a fact that advertising aids development, and that
development aids your community
and yourself; furnishing profit and
payrolls, you will listen:
In the year 1915, 450 citizens enrolled themselves as members of the
Northern British Columbia Agricultural & Industrial Association, under
whose auspices the Fair is conducted each year. The Directors submitted this list to the Government, when
asking for a grant towards 1915
Fair, and the grant they received was
practically dollor for dollar subscrib-!
ed as membership fees.
ln the year 1915 the Directors will
again submit a list to the Govern-!
ment, and on this list will be based
tiie grant for 1916. Now 450 members may have been all right for
1914, but since then although times
have been hard, development has increased fifty times, and the Directors
want to be able to say we have 1,000
members on our roll. That moans that
dollar for dollar the 1916 grant will
be so much more.
It is to the Interest of every resl- J
ill-lit   nl'  lhe   city   ami   ilisil li I   t
whal Ihey ran lo gel this number of I
new membei a.   Tlnu a are liar I, thi . e
are many ol her calls on the purse, ln
lots  of   cases   more   obligating,   but ,
ibis  is a   matter nf  business,    Tin-
holding rif ibe Pair each year keel
up Interest in development work, advertises  it,   brings  new   money   into
circulation among the business people
of Prince Rupert and other residents,
and especially in a year like tins will
belli business In a material way.
Russians Appear To
Be Holding  Their Own
Against the Germans
Petrograd, Aug. 14.—An oflicial
report says:—"In the region of Riga
there has been no essentia1 change.
Near Jacobstadt, Dvinsk and Vilko-
mir the enemy has attempted counter attacks to arrest our offensive.
The fighting continues.
"In the front between the Narew
and the Bug Rivers, there has been
no important change. A desperate
action took place in the region southwest of Ciscbanowice. At Novogeor-
gievsk during the past two days, besides an artillery duel there have
been skirmishes and actions within
the approach to the defences. On the
left bank ot the Bug there has been
fighting which increased in obstinacy
during Thursday night.
"In the district north of Siedles in
the Lukow region on the right bank
of the Bug River toward Zlota, Lipa
and the Dniester Rivers there has
been no change."
GERMAN PLAN TO
RAID SUEZ CANAL
WAS FRUSTRATED
Paris, Aug. 14.—A German plan
to raid the Suez Canal was frustrated
by a French cruiser on August 12.
The cruiser bombarded factories at
.Jaffa, where arms, munitions and
boats were tinder construction, preparatory to the attack. The inhabitants of Jaffa were notified that a
bombardment  would  lake place.
TIMBER RESOURCES
OF THE PROVINCE
WHEN BRITAIN
DECIDED ON WAR
HALL (AIM:  WRITES OF  INSIDE
SCENES WHEN DECLARATION
CAME
Vs   "Rig  Ben"   Ceased   Striking   11
O'clock  Germany's  Chance
Passed.
Hall C'aine, the celebrated novelist,
has written the following article
descriptive of the scene prior to Great
Britain's declaration of war:
In a room in tho Prime Minister's
house, in Downing Street, the Prime
Minister himself and three principal
members of tbe Cabinet are waiting
for a reply to the ultimatum sent to
Germany at noon. The time for the
reply expires at midnight, lt is ap-
ptcaching eleven o'clock, ln spite of
her "infaamous proposals," the Ministers cannot even yet allow themselves
to believe that Germany will break
her pledged, word. She has not yet
replied, but she will do so; she must.
There is more than an hour left.
Even at the lasl moment Ihe telephone bell may ring and the reply
of Germany banded to the British
Ambassador in Berlin will reach London. Il is a calm autumn evening,
the windows are open lo St. .lames'
Park, which lies dark and silent as
far as Buckingham Palace In the distance. The streets of London round
about the official residence are l>us>
enough, quivering with excitement,
We British people do nol go in
solid musses surging, singing down
our roi'sn or light candles along the
line of our boulevards, bul nevertheless all hearts are beating high. In
the theatres, railway stations, railway trains, shops and houses every-
Vlctoria, Aug. 14.- An interesting body is thinking by 12 o'clock to-
instance of the exient  to which the|nlghl Germany has got to say whether
CRUISERS  FIND ON  VANCOUVER
ISLAND VAST AREAS
UNALIENATED
One    Hundred   Thousand    Aires
Crown Wooded Lands Easily
Accessible.
II!
limber resources of the Province have
been under-estimated is given in reports    recently    submitted    to    the
or nol she Is u perjurer and a thief,
i Continued on Page Three.)
Honorable VV, It. Ross, Cruisers lateli ' oooooaoaooooooooaaocoooooo
I
returned trom an examination of ilir \o
[valleys of the Elk, Salmon, White and | <?
Gold Rivers nn Vancouver Island, 5
came across one hundred thousand 15
ai ri .- nf unalienated crow n titnl
Willi an average stand of
thousand I'm" m tin- acre, repre - nl
lng a total ol uiic and a hall hll
limi feet.
This  Umber  is  readily  accesslbli
in   facl   Ihe
these   valley
fifteen   "
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8
DR. INMAN
Eye Specialist
Glasses Accurately
Fitted
grades   which  exist   in | cto-Dv-o-3000oo-oooocoo-iocooc---
render   ii   imssili]
h
Tha; actual cost of joining the Association is one dollar per annum.
Ibis Is the only charge and carries (he
DOO-*lOOOOOO<-OOO0OOOOOU-<f-O--
bring Inns across the Island frnm ; O
Nootka to Salninn River, i rosslng Hie P
'surveys of Ihe t'liiiiiiliuii   Pacific nnd'g
Canadian Northern Railways
weeks time. Bill Brown is Company, privilege of two free entries. Badge
Sergeant-Major, so he has a good and voting power at -the general j
berth. Marshall is in command of , meeting each year. Every new meinour company. Capt. Partington Is in I ber means two dollars towards a bet-
command of "D" Company. ter Fair each year.
"There are all kinds of sports go-       The    prize    list,    etc,, .for    1915
ing on down here, so we don't lack |iinionnt  to $2,220. From all over the
for that.    There I;  a big lake nuite  district  reports  have  been  received.
close to camp ant"  we are all down'showing thai 1915 Fair will be a win-
(Continued on Page Four.) |        (Continued on Page Four.*
SCANDINAVIANS GAVE DAY
()\ ER TO All) REI) CROSS IT NDS i £
l.iii-ue Sum Was liaised lly The Sale
Of Home Made Cooking lly This
Society Yesterday.
Yesterday lhe ladles of the Scan
danavlan    Society    held    n    aa'e   of
cooking   and   served   meils   In   aid
(Continued on Page Pour)
.
Reduced Price of
MILK
The Standard Dairy
will  deliver   pure  milk  of  Its
usual high standard
nl ."> cents n Phil
Or 10 cents a Quart.
Phone Standard Dairy.
Blue 24-
oo<iooq<iooo-a>o-<>a<H>ot>o<i_-o<iau Sunday   August   15,   1915.
PRINCE RUPERT JOURNAL
prince .fcwpett _$ouimal
Telephone 138.     	
O. H. NELSON, Editor.
Offlce: 128 Third Avenue East,
near McBride Stree'. Telephone 138,
Poiitoffice Box 607.
DAILY  EDITION.
Published   every   morning   except
Monday. Delivered by carrier in the
city at the following rate, if paid ia
advance: —
One Year  *B.-00
Six  Months     I12-50
Three Months    J1-*6
If   not   paid   in   advnee,
per  Month     $0.50
WEEKLY EDITION.
Published every Friday for circulation outside the City of PrYnce
Rupert at $2.00 a year, addne-sed to
points in Canada; or $3.00 a year to
all points in the United Kingdom
the United Mates or other foreign
countries.
Advertising P.ates  Upon  Application
Telephone  138.
Sunday,  August   15,   1915.
competition that will be created. This
city should not look back this coming winter. The winter months may
not see as great a tonnage of fish
brought in OS does the summer season, but there will in all probability
be more frequent calls, as a result of
the rough weather that is sure to be
experienced, driving the bottoms in
with smaller catches.
The mining industry is advancing
rapidly, and money is being invested
in a way thai it was never expected
to be, during the continuation of the
troublous times through which the
nations are passing.
But, apart from all these local con.
ditions, there is evidently going to
be a general arousing following the
tremendous crop in the prairies.
There seems to be nothing now to
prevent a record crop. This is going onto the market as quickly as it
can be got there, and at good prices.
The result will be the circulation
throughout the country of a tremendous amount of money, which will
have its effect here. This is a time
to boost for the city, as it never was
boosted for before.
LACK OF NEWS.
There are those who are inclined
to believe that in the general absence
of news, and the conflict there appears to be in what is received, there
are disasters overtaking the Allies in
the war. Such a construction cannot reasonably be placed on the news,
we believe. It Is evident that there
is now a censorship placed upon the
news from all quarters that is stricter
perhaps than It has been during any
other period of the war. In the absence of authentic information from
the seat, of the war, there are sure
to be conjectures as to the progress
of it. This may account, for the unreliable character of a good deal of
the news that comes through. The
o.**n_orsliiii is doubtless necessary, and
may en pr some strategic moves that
are contemplated.
*XH>-MH>--^XH_-^W}1J^^
J Correspondence
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The Journia! does nut necessarily eudorse the
views expressed in this column but helievesin
the freest discussion of public concerns provided it is done in n peoper way.
NO TIME  FOR  PESSIMISM.
This is no time fur pessimism in
the city of Prince Ruperl. It is in
reality a time for the city nnd the
dislrict, of which this place is the
centre, when "every prospect pleases."
It is true that the depression, which
is prevalent everywhere, ts hound to
affect us. Nevertheless the outlook
Is most promising for the city. The
fishing industry is emming forward
by leaps and bounds. It is to be
hoped that the city will soon be able
to get the road to the Cold Storage
built, and that the city dock may become an accomplished fact, as it is
fondly hoped that this will bring ad- 1
dltlonal  vesesls   here,   owing  to   the
Prohibition  Dining The War.
To the Editor:
While the new movement iu favor
of prohibitions during the war is essentially a business men's movement,
yet is open to any citizen to discuss
the question.
Up to the present 1 have never
been an advocate of Provincial
Prohibition, although I have long
worked for the principle of local
option. The difference between the
two being this—through loca' option
the locality can choose whether it
wishes licensed bars or not.
If the community is strongly in
favor of a prohibitory measure the
authorities will see that the law is
properly enforced, because the sentiment of the locality is behind the
law, whereas under Prlvincial Prohibition there are sure to be communities where the people are hostile to
the act, and in consequence, the
authorities will allow it to become
a dead letter. If we were a less
democratic country, as for example
Russia, we might count upon a more
rigid enforcement of a prohibitory
aw.
There is, undoubtedly, a weakness
in local prohibition on account of
the limited area affected, but in connection with some other system for
the large cities, it has been a valuable stepping stone to a better condition of things in many lands. It is
not  an  extreme measure.
If the time were normal 1 should
still advocate the principal of local
option, in connection with a Government Disrensary System for the
larger cities but the times are not
normal and call for a more sweeping
measure.
The patriotic spirit which is impelling our people to make great sacrifices for the welfare of the nation
has suddenly turned its attention to
the drink evil, our worst enemy—the
traitor within our camp who is secretly undermining our strength and impairing our productive energy.
With such an enormous national
drink bill, and such an urgent call
for national economy, the temperance
question is now viewed chiefly from
an economic standpoint. Our wholesale merchants want our retail merchants to pay thei, bills. Our retail merchants want tlieir customers
to pay their bills. Prohibition during the war will beyond all doubt help
the people of this Province, first to
pay their bills for the necessaries
of life, and then to give to patriotic
funds. With such a wave of sentiment
sweeping over the Dominion in favor
of this measure, it is not to be expected that loyal British Co'umbin
will lag far behind.
Yours faithfully,
F.  H.  Du VERNET,
Bishop of Caledonia.
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COLD STORAGE  COMPANY.
(Continued  trom  I age   One.)
PLon- Blue  183
Res. Pbon. 193
UP-TO-DATE
LINDSA1TS GARTABE&STORftDL
Q. T. P. CARTAGE AGENTS
126 FOURTH STREET
JINGLE POT COAL
le handled by us. Ail orders receivt
prompt attention. Phone No. 68.
HAYNER BROS
Pioneer Funeral Directors and
Embalmei-Sa     Open    Day    and
Night.    Ladies'    Assistant    in
Attendance.
PHONE 86.    710 THIRD AVE.
B. C. Undertakers
Funeral Directors *nd Em-
balmer. — Satisfaction Guaranteed — Open Day and Night
117 S'-cond Street Plione 41
Bruce  Morton    -    ■    Manager
-sh-hs-hkh'h'-i'hk^
Capt. J. McGee
M.M.S.A.
Masters and Mates prepared
for examination. Compass adjuster.
Phone Red 502
"NAUTICAL   ACADEMY"
Helgeison Block, opposite
Royal Hotel
15_-l*lWfl 0-4-OltHKH-.^^
nearer side of the inlet there, but
which was moved over close to the
Cold Storage building and turned into a bonded warehouse building is to
be utilized. It will be fitted up in
first-class shape for the purpose and
will be provided with reading matter for the convenience of the men.
BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOtt
YOUR KING AND COUNTRY
NEED YOU!
Recruits Wanted for 62nd Overseas Battalion
Canadian Expeditionary Force
Recruiting Station at Provincial Government
Office-- OPEN NOW
In view  ni i"i- recruiting which is In progress nl presenl
throughout   iin-   province,   ii   Is apropos  to answer u  few of
Uu,   inesll    which are considered by those who contemplate
entering Hi-   service,    Tin- following is a Hal of lhe pertlnenl
in   .       j.     -in,   wiili  tin-  Information which each elicits;
oi I-'.STIONS AXSWEIIED,
I   ilm-   nm- nm I  in Bene?    Until  the end ol  (be war.
.ind *, ifter ii  required,
.!  Win-;  pay shall I receive'.'    V'our pnj as  i private will
-I.im  |" i       \   and   10c field allow     Ilesldei  ibis yon
will in- '•.,--  ed, equipped ami subsisted bj tin  governni
- in :i >  wii- rcrel     during my nl    -lice'.1    i fcry
,   p..ii. liei a   separation allowance ol fl.20,
(also purl   >l (our pny), and If this be noi  enough  to i   inf    i
■ii.lv  maintain  mho   family, the Cnnwlliii   P Iriolii     nnd will
in     er i **isi Hit-in.
I  Wlini will happen if 1 nm wounded or sick?
he .       I foi  hi government niul your pay continue- until
,"i   ii    discharged.    If ,m>ii are pci-iiuinentlj   disabled  nn  allowance will In- pnld you,  vnryi"".  rid   irtlln     to   the  o.\l   :<t  ol
our Injury or disability.
-. Whal "ill be done for my .\il> nnd children if I die
while mi Aclivi ervtco? Tho government will provide nn
ndcqunlc pension thai will i-iuiMn lhe family to live com-
fortnble until Ilia nlilldrni are old enough lo look nflc:
themselves, The 'inred lo-ilu^- of n single man .if thc son
6        lie here Role Mipp nt.  * fronted lu lhe snmi  way ns n wife.
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SVNOPS1S      OF      COAL     MINING
REGULATIONS.
Coal mining riglits of tha Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and
Alberta, the YuVon Territory, the
Northwest Territories and a portion
of the 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 2,560
acres will be leased to one applicant.
Applications "or a lease must be
made by the applicant in person to
the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in whicli the rights applied for
are situated.
In surveyed territory the land
must Le described by sections, or
legal subdivisions of sections, and
in unsurveyed territory the tract applied for shall be staked out by the
applicant himself.
Each application must be acc.ini-
panied by a fee of «5, which will be
refunded if the right.- applied for are
not available, but not. otherwise. A
royalty shall be paid 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 tlie full
quantity of merchantable coal mined
and pay the royalty thereon, lf the
coal mining rights re not being operated, such returns should.be furnished   ;,t   lens!   one-  a  year.
The   leas,-   will   Include   tin-   conl
mining  rights  only;   bul   Lhe  lessee
may be pei mittej   o purchase whatever ttta maj be
lered  nec<            fo     lie  work-
ol  i lie  m!n           ie n te of $10
■ii re.
' '■ ■    ■    I    nfui    -    .,       plication
  ei rotary of
■        -       tmenl ei lor, Ot-
m, oi anj Agenl ot lub Agenl
,   '.   mini in Lands
XV.  'V. CORY,
- ■   Minister  it the Interior
■ Iti   .. ■    i ,and    Disti Id   -District    of
Coasl   Range 5.
TAKE  NOTICE  thai   I   Petei   Mc-
! ■ chlan, of Prince llupert, I!. C, oc-
■ upntion Broker, Intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following
ribed lands:
Cominepclng at a post planted at
hi [h-water mark, on the easi side of
Detention Island in Prince Rupert
Harbor, tbence northerly, westerly,
southerly, and easterly, following the
contour of said Island to the place
[of cniiinieiii iiiii-iii .containing mio (1)
acn- more or lesa
I'KTKH   McL.U'Hl.AN.
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REASONABLE   HATES
THE
Continental Imst
Company
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Pacific Cartage Limited
General   leniia.ng
Furniture  Moving a Specialty.
When you buy COAL buy the BEST
— Ladysmith  Lump  or  Comox
Washed  Nut.
A. FAULDS, M.I. M.E.
Consultitag Mining Engineer
Examinations  and   d.vtl-pmi-.-   «f
Coal, Metal, Oil. Etc.
709 Dunsmuir St.      Vancouver, B.C
IMPERIAL MACHINE WORKS
Eiigiues   Installed  and   General
Repairs
Oxy-Acetylene   Plant   in   Connection
Phone Ited  150 Third Avenue
PHONE 5S4 P.O. BOX 60
POK
APERHANG1NG
AINTINQ
OLISH1NG AND
WALL TINTING
HIGH-GUAIH-:    INTERIOR
DBCORAfflNG    A    SPECIALTY
Martin Swanson
■>l_CO.\'D AVI..
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ill-:  HIGH   COST HI-'    LIVING   I.K
D-CED HI' l.rYTNG VOt'U
liesi  Quality   Domestic   Lump   Coul
$0.50 Per Bob
lies!  Quality  Washed    Nut  Colitis. TR Per Ton
DELIVERED
—THF—
Union  Transfer  Co.
Prince Rupert, B.C., Phone :"(l
PKEDEHICI'  PETERS,  K.C.
I THE IMPERIAL WATER HEATER COIL
g Patented In Canada.
:, FOR STOVES, H*_N_ES AND FURNACES
5 is made to meet the demands fur Instantaneous Hot Water, for
n baths, etc    without extra use of fuel.
- 70 IN USE IN   PRINCE RUPERT
WARNING
Pui chasers of any Infringements on
this coil lay themselves liable to
prosecution, equally with the parties
making and installing same.
Absolutely guaranteed to give satisfaction.
Prices for coil Including   connection-   $'-0
COIL ONLY .1115,   LESS CONNECTING
XlARR I    HANSON Pbone 480       P. O.  Box 305
Royal Bank of Canada
HEAD   OFFICE:   MONTREAL ESTABLISHED   1800
Capital    I* 11,.*>00,000
Reserved   Fund $ l'_,f>00,000
Total   Assets    1(1185,000,-0.1
Savings Bunk Department—$1 will open an account
Branches   Throughout   Canada und Banking Connections With All
Parts of the United Stutes. Agents Throughout the World.
H.  P. WILSON, Manager        - - Prince    Itupert    Brunch
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RUPERT MARINE IRONWORKS AND
SUPPLY CO., LIMIT* D
WATERFRONT,   PRINCE   RUPERT
ENGINEERS,     MACHINISTS   AND MACHINERY CONTRACTORS
Specialists in Marine Power Plants   Oil, Steam, or Gasoline.
B. C. Const Agentsc for the Biitish   Kromhout   Semi-Diesel  Oil   l-'n %.*
gine—tiie most reliable and    economical,    nnd    the    cheapest
power tor fishing bunts, tugs nnd passenger vessels.
Standard Gas Engine Compuny's Engines and Parts in slock.
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Steel, Iron, Oils, Wire Rope, llnlutu lieltin, II. O. Wood Pulleys,
Columbian Bronze Propellers, Storage Batteries, Dynamos and
Murine Accessories.
5 pairs—First-class equipment   mid staff for machine and ship re*
5 pairs.
I     P.O. BOX 515 TELEPHONE 313 _
CLEAN UP AND PAINT UP NOW
O-CEDAR     MOPS,  O-CEDAR .MOP  POLISH
ALABASTINE   SANITARY   WALL  COATING
WATER HOSE, GARDEN TOOLS,  WATERING CANS
MARTIN-SENOUR  100  PER  CENT. PURE PAINT
PAINT BRUSHES,  LAWN  MOWERS AND GRASS SHEARS
CARPET    BEATERS,  GARBAGE  PAIL-
WINDOW   SCREENS, SCREEN POORS
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Coal, Furniture Moving, Baggage
and Heavy Teaming
I W. J. CRAWFORD, Manager
| phone 566       on,,:;"-,:;;;"r;:;: f
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Barrister, Solicitor and notary Publt.-
Office  ln
BXCHANt-B BLOCK
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SHINGLES, MOULDINGS, SASH, DOORS
Prince Rupert Lumber Co.
l*TItST AVE. AND McBRIDE ST
Phone 25
PRINOE RUPERT
Bvanch Yard at Smithersi B.C,
MM PRINCE RUPERT JOURNAL
Sunday,   August  15,   1915.
Travellers' Guide to Steamer Sailings
Regular Vessels plying out of Prince Rupert
To Coast Points
In addition to Intermittent and Irregular sailings ot vessels to and
from Prince Rupert, fhere Is an excellent service In and out ml this port
by the steamers running in their different services.
MONDAY
To Arrive:—G. T. P. steamer from /ancouver,   Victoria  and   Seattle  at
t. 6:30 a.m.
C. P. R. steamer from Vane luver in forenoon.
""Union steamer Venture in forenoon.
To Depart:—G. T. P. steamer for Anyox at 10 a.m.
C. P. R. steamer for Skagway at noon.
Union steamer Venture for An'ox and northern S. C. points.
To Arrive:
TUESDAY
-G. T. P. Bteamer from Anyox at 8 a.m.
Union steamer Venture from Anyox and way ports at 8 p.m.
To Depart:—G. T. P. steamer for Vancouver,   Victoria   and   Seattle   at
10 a.m.
Union steamer Venture for Vancouver at 9 p.m.
THURSDAY
To Arrive:—G. T. P. steamer from Vancouver,   Victoria and   Seattle at
6:30 a.m.
To Depart:—G. T. P. steamer for Vancouver,   Victoria   and    Seattle     t
10 a.m.
FRIDAY
To Arrive:—C. P. R. steamer from Vancouver in afternoon.
To Depart:—C. P. R. steamer for Anyox and other points ia eTenln"
SATURDAY
To Arrive:—G. T. P. Bteamer from Vancouver,  Victoria  am.'   Seattle  at
6:30 a.m.
C. P. R. steamer from Skagway In forenoon.
■C.   P.   R.   steamer   from  Anyox in  evening.
To Depart;—G. T. P. steamer for Vancouver,   Victoria   and    Seattle  at
* 10  a.u.
C. P. R. steamer for Vancouve   at 6 p.m
SUNDAY
To Depart:—C. P. R. steanur for Vancouver at 6 p m.
THROUGH TRAINS TO AND
FROM PRINCE RUPERT
The G. T. P. operates a train service to and from Prince Rupert its
Pacific terminus, with electric lighted slandard sleeping cars, dining cars
serving all meals and clay coaches. On Holidays an electric lighted tourist car is attache 1 to Ibe through train.
The trains rrom here give a fast direct service with Prince George,
Edmoiilon and Winnipeg; with close connections with all prairie centres,
as well as with St. Paul, Chicago, and  all  eastern  Canadian  and  United
States points.
MONDA_
No. ii.—Eastbound leaves at 10:30 a.m.   reaching   Winnipeg   2:25   p.m.
Thursday.
No. 1.—From the east arrives at 6:15 p.m., having 'eft Winnipeg 6 p.m.
Friday.
WEDNESDAY
"to,  I.—From the east arrive at 6:15 p.m., having left Winnipeg at 6
p.m. Sunday.
THURSDAY
No. 2.—Eastbound leaves at 10:30 a.m., reaching Winnipeg at 2:25 p.m.
Sunday,
■■' ' *' « FRIDAY
No. 1.—From the east arrives at 6:15  p.m.,  having left Winnipeg at  C
p.m. Tuesday.
SATURDAY
No, 2.—Eastbound leaves at 10:30 a.m., reaching  Winnipeg at
Tuesday.
2:25 p.m.
NOT1C1
IN    THK
ill' SHERIFF'S SALE
SUPREME    COUKT    OK
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
Hi-: ween
MICHAEL SBEBURG,  Plaintiff
nml
w    .i.  KKNNAUGH,  Defendant.
i'i RSI -NT tn iiii Order uf His
ILiiiui. Judge P, MoB. Young, dated
tin- in, ,i.. ol lune, in I 5, l will offer
for Bale by public auction al my oflice
In th< ■',■■,• 1 Inn ie, I'rliico Rupert,
B.C . i"i MONDAY, THE 20TH DA-
01-' DEOEMB IR, 1916, i1 the
El.l'\ BN O'Cl in K in the forenoon,
the follovt i.)   di icrlbed lands: —
' ut Fourteen (14), Block Twenty-
one (21), Sei tlon * (6), In Cue City
of I i-incii Rupert, Province of British
Columbia, subjecl to a Judgement for
tli amount of $1,519.74; interest
_-crco_ at I ie rale of five (5) pet
cent, per annum from the 22ml day
•f Deoerafeer, 1914, and coati Incident*! to llio mile.
Dated  at Prince  Rupert, B.C., the
7th day of .lune, 1916.
J-9-6. JOHN SHIRLEY
Sheriff ul  the Countj  of  Ailiu.
LAND ACT.
Form Of Notice.
JAMES CARRUTHERS HAD
THIRTY NINE THOUSAND
POUNDS OF HALIBUT
iS?*-**?
The James Carruthers, of the Canadian Fish & Cold Storage Company, had 39,000 pounds of halibut
aboard her when she came in yesterday afternoon. There were not many
other vessels in  yesterday.
In the morning the regular train
for the east had seven cars of fish
for eastern points. ,
 _	
WHEN BRITAIN DECIDED.
(Continued  u _i/, ""-age One.)
.ARRIVALS UY G. T.  P.
STEAMER  PRINCE  RUPERT
Those Who Reached The City Yesterday From The Smith.
of
Skeena Land District—-District
Cassiar.
TAKE NOTICE that Richard B.
McGiiinis, of San Elranclsco, California, occupation Mining Engineer,
Intends to apply for permission to
lease the following described lands:
Commencing al a posl planted on the
West shore of Alice Ann, Observatorj
Inlet, three-Quarter (%) mile South
of the South Easl corner ot the River
Mouth Mineral Claim, thence South
425 feel along high water mark;
tlience East to low water mark;
thence Northerly 425 feet more or
less, along low water mark to a poinl
due East of this post; thenoe West
to the poinl of commencement,
RICHARD  B.  McGINNIS,
Name  of applicant
Dated July 24, J 9 I 5. a-S-o-S
Meanwhile in this silent room overlooking the park the time passes
slowly. In spite ot tlie righteousness of our course, it is an awful
tiling to plunge the great Empire into war. The miseries and horrors of
warfare rise before the eyes of the
ministers, and lhe sense of personal
responsibility becomes almost unsup-
porlable. Could anything be more
awful than to have to ask oneself
some day in the future, awakening in
the middle of the night perhaps,
after rivers of blood have been shed,
"Did 1 do right?"
After all the reply to the ultimatum
has not even yet arrived anil the absence of a reply is equivalent to n
declaration of war. Suddenly one of
the little company remembers something that everybody hitherto lias
forgotten, the difference of an hour
between tlie time of London and Berlin. Midnight, by mid-European time
would be 11 o'clock ill London. Germany would naturallay understand
this demand for a reply by midnight
to menu midnight in tbe country of
dispatch, therefore ll o'clock the
London time period for the reply will
expire.
It is now approaching 11. As the
clock ticks out the remaining minutes
the 'tension becomes terrible, talk
slackens, there are long pauses. Thi
whole burden of the frightful issues
involved for Great Britain, France,
Belgium, Russia, Germany for Europe, for the whole world, for civilization, for religion itself, seems to be
gathered up in these last few moments. If war conies now it w' 1 be
the most frightful tragedy tlie world
ever has witnessed. Twenty millions
dead, perhaps, civil life crippled for
p. hundred years. Which Is it to be,
peace or war? It is terrible to think
of.
As they sit there the electric, wires
may be flashing the awful tidings like
n flying angel of life or death through
tbe dark air all over Europe.
The four men are waiting for the
telephone to ring. It does not ring
and the lingers of tbe clock are moving. The world seems on tiptoe listening for the thunder stroke of fate.
The ministers at length sit silent and
rigid, almost petrified, looking fixedly
at the floor or ceiling.
Then through lhe awful stillness of
ilio. room and the park outside comes
the deep boom of Hit Ben Boom
boom—boom! No one moves until
Hi<- lasl nf the eleven Btrokes has
gone reverberating through the night,
Then conies ;i voii heavy with emo
tion, yel firm with n boP e "It's
war!",
When the clock struck again n
midnlghl Greal Britain had b< en al
war for one ho dthoul knowing
it.
If I ha\ e ''"'" wroni In lifilnt i lie
curtain on thla | rl* at< cene I asl
forgiveness, for the sak< of th<- pur
pose 1 put it to, that of i liov, Ing
was nol In hnsl•-, not In anger, but
with nn ;•'■ ful sensi Iblllty
to Great  Britain and lb  '
oitr   responsible  mini tors   dn w   Hie
sword of our country,
The Queen Charlotte
Oil Fields limited
The steamer Prince Rupert arrived
yesterday from the south with a number of passengers on board. A good
number took the train for the east.
Among those on boards were: M,
Taylor, C. R. Schell, G. II. Gower.
H. XV. Roberts, Jos. Iskowitz, .1. M
Warren, R. A. R'bertson, A. Gosling,
Mrs. Sweder and two children, Rev.
Loucke, Mr. Delmo and wife, Mr.
Bailey, J. A. Elliot, Dr. O. W. Daly.
Miss M. Brewery, R. Anderson, Ed.
M. Cooper, Mr. J. 11. Wright, Miss
Mllllgan, Miss Eason, Mr. and Mrs.
A. W. Bennet, A. Brlgnall, Miss II.
Canfield, J. Balfour.
MINERAL ACT
(Form P.)
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE
RAINIER Mineral Claim, sit.iate In
the Portland Canal Mining Division
of Cassiar District. Where located:
On the east side of Bear River.
TAKE NOTICE that I, R. M. Stewart,
F. M. C. No. 94366B, acting for myself and as Agent for Wm. Pigott,
F. M. C. No. 94365B. W. D. Noble, F.
M. C. No. 94083B, and D. J. Rainey,
F. M. C.No. 93SG4B. Free Miner's
Certificate, intend, sl-ty days from
the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of
obtaining a Crown Grant of the above
claim. And further take notice that
action, under section 37, must be
commenced before the issue of such
Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 15th day of June, 1915.
]5-s5.
Summer Excursions
To The East
FROM PRINCE RUPERT TO
Winnipeg and return . SflO.oo
St. Paul and return . . $80.00
^hicngo and return . . . $72.50
Montreal und return . . $105.00
New York and return $110.70
Toronto und return . . . $92.00
Hamilton and return $92'00
Boston and return . . •  $110.00
Correspondingly low rates to other points. Trains leave
Prince Rupert at 10:30 a.m. on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays,
making close connections at Winnipeg for all Eastern centres.
G. T. P. Steamers
Prince Rupert and Prince George
sail at 10 a.m. on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, for Vancouver, Victoria and Seattle.    Through tickets to  Pan  Francisco, San
Diego  and  other  southern  points on sale at G, T. P. ticket oflice.
For  full  information,   reservations and through  tickets, apply
G.    T.    P.    TICKET    OFFICE, THIRD AVENUE, PHONE 2(10
AGENCY  ALL ATLANTIC   STEAMSHIP   LINES
BHCl l>a*»lKHaHWWOOtJ_-BJ_-H^
THE UNION STEAMSHIP CO. OF B.C. LTD' i
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S.S.  VENTURE—Sails  for GRANBY,    NAAS,    PORT    SIMPSON,
Mondays  11  a.m.
S.S.  VENTURE—Sails  for  VANCOUVER,   SEATTLE,   VICTORIA;
Tuesday 8 p.m.
S.S. CAMOSUN—Sails for PORT SIMPSON,  GRANBY,  STEWART;
Thursdays a   Midnight, August  19th, Sept.  2nd,
Ifith, 30th.
S.S.  CAMOSUN—Sails  for  REFUGE BAY, SKIDEGATE, JEDWAY,
IKEDA,  Saturdays   at    Midnight,   August   '21st,
Sept. 4th, 18th.
S.S.  CAMOSUN—Sails for  MASSETT, Tuesdays, August 24th, Sept.
7th,  21st.
S.S. CAMOSUN—Sails for SURF  INLET,   NAMU,   RIVERS  INLET,
VANCOUVER  at  10  p.m.  Wednesdays,  August
25th, Sept, Sth, 22nd.
JOHN R.<RNSLEY. AGENT, (131  Second Avenue—P-one 508.        6
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HOTEL DIRECTOR?
Members of the Prince Rupert
License- Vintners' Association
WINDSOR HOTEL
Cor.   of Firs,*,   Ave. und   Eighth St
XV. H. WRIGHT,  Prop.
HOTEL CENTRAL
First Ave. and Seventh St.
European  an i   American  Plans
$1.00 to :r2.50 Per Duy
Peter Black, Prop.
KNON HOTEL
First    \ve.    Bet wren    Eighth    und
Ninth
European Plans  Rales i»0c to $1.0(1
P<» Day
Besner .. Bosner, t-rop*.
EMPRESS BOTKI.
J. Y. Rochester V. D. Cnsli-j
Third   -ve, Betwetn Sixth nnd
Seventh Sts.
Uiiropean  Plan:   50c to  SI   Per Dm
Canadian Pacific Railway
Lowest rales to nil Knstern points via steamer to  Vancouver  and
Canadian Pacific Railway.
Meals nnd liert'h included   on   steamer.
PRINCESS   ALICE,   SOI THRO UND,
o p.m. Saturday.
PRINCESS   MAQUINNA,   SOUTHBOUND,
(i  p.m.  Sunday.
J. C. Mc.N'AH, General Agent, coiner   Third   Ave.   and   Fourth   St.
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Tug " GLEN ROSA "   ""St0-?™ "
Oil Burner, carrying qualified Master find Engineer. General Towing, Sand and Gravel Bupplledl also Scows. Steam up on short
notice.
For   riitcai   etc.,   apply   lo   Master mi Board, al  Davis Rout House,
Cow Bay.   Phone Green 250.
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ASK FOR
ROYAL  HOTEL
loj  .v.- Burgess, Props,
Third Ave. und Sixtli si.
I'liropcon Plan Steam Heatei
HEAVER     WHOLESALE     LIQUOI
CO.,  LIMITED
*    - nd Am-, and Sixth si.
Phone 102
PRI   '      Rl Cl KT IMPORTING '
LIMITED
Hotel  Building—Third Ave
Plum     7
JAMES GILMC^F
I ARCH-TEC
| Second   Ave. Near  McBrlde  St
m rosesjim
The World's Best
choice Grocer"-*—Fair Prices.
MusRallen   ti   Company,   Limited,!
42.1    Fifth   Avenue    offer   the. best]
classes   of  groceries   at   fair  prices
Try    nu    order    anil    be   convinced. I
Oilice will open today in  l_«n--B_»le* I
Building; for sale Of n limited
amount of   Treasury  Stock
V.EH.   I-'.    MACDONALD,   Sri -Trows
j The Morning Journal
SOc. per month
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COUP* >N
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l      . it    ncWTm C-cnl-
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NAU- OF DO u n
Cook Book
V
HONG A MANUAL OF COOD RD
;     n   t''-    contrihul
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ftjl  '■._■_  fit)   .':■:   .-..:'    cl
to titf. (til cl  which   t■ .       I
re-.-*" eked by compel   l       hority
ftddi-ss yaur Envelope to i'Kt OF THt WOODS Mill*''_,,*. Ill-'        Wfjj
Dlsl    Imtora i rlnce Itupi . *.   1.1
STEWART * MOBLET RtJi.i ,      , PRINCE RUPERT JOURNAL
GOVERNMEN-   WEATHER
REPORT.
Furnished by E. XV. Dowling.
Fcir 24 hours ending 5 p.m.
IS STILL OFFERING CHANCES
TO SECURE BARGAINS
CAMPAIGN FOR.
(Continued  rrom   r__e   Doe.)
Par. reduced to sea level . . .  211.941
Highest temperature       64.0
Lowest temperature      611.0
Rain   0S
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i PERSONALS 1
2 I
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A. Gosling, representing the Gro-
lier liook Company, is In the city.
Miss Ethel Eason, of the public
school teaching staff, returned to the
city  yesterday.
• »     t
Miss Mllllgan, ot the teaching staff
at Prince George, is In the city on
her way to the interior city.
* *     *
George Radge, of Port Simpson,
is in the city. He accounts for his
presence In Prince Rupert at this
time, because his children wanted ice
cream. He accordingly had to come
here. He is, however, combining
some business with his paternal duties.
 o—	
Bible Society Representatives.
Rev. Dr. John Knox Wright and
the Rev. Mr. Cooper, representing the
Bible Society of Canada, are in the
city and will speak tomorrow as follows: Dr. Wright .in the Methodist,
Church in the morning and in the
Baptist Church in the evening, and
Rev. Mr. Cooper in the Anglican
Church in the morning and the
Presbyterian  Church at night.
George D. Tito Is Well Satisfied With
The Results Of His Sale Which
He Has Tn Hand.
George D. Tile tiie House Furnisher   whose stock of goods in all the
*a-| . '
line connected with the furnishing
of house- is the very best that could
be asked for, in a city even much
larger than Ilia. i-ity at Prince Rupert.
He is well sutisfteil with the results
of his sale so far He is continuing
it, and for the coming week is putting on sale a splendid variety of
goods at  most  tempting  prices.
This' is undoubtedly the time to
purchase. Tlie-__iue class of goods
may not be obtainable at the same
prices as they are now being offered
at for a lone time to come again.
SCANDINAVIANS.
(Continued fr-_r_ Page   One.)
of the Red Cross Fund. They took
quarters on Sixth Street, and with
the reputation that these ladies have
as cooks, there was a busy time all
day long. What was left last evening after the meals were served
were disposed of and went to swell
the funds.
The total proceeds have not been
made up by them yet. It will take
a little time lo settle all up, but the
sum realized will total, it is expected,
about  $100.
SALMON   PACK.
(Continued  trom  Page One.)
Kimsquit      4,500
Manlton  1,800
Delia Coola     12,000
Sockeye.     All others.
Alert  Bay       9,017
N'amu        4,000 3,500
Bella   Bella   ....    1,100 3,400
Bntedale         2,500 3,000
Lowe Inlet       7,900 600
ner as to exhibits. Keeness is being
shown in every district amongst the
farming and other population, and
Prince Rupert will benefit, to the
greatest extent.
Now while the-1915 Fair is an assured success, the Directors also wish
to leave the strongest membership
possible in the field for 1916. It will
cost you exactly a dollar and no more
to do your share, aud if you are a
business man or a resident of Prince
Rupert, you will see that dollar come
back four-fold in September next.
The office of the Association is at
the Boar* of Trade Rooms, Second
Ave., and the post box number is
1657.
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HOW THE TIME IS PASSED.
(Caaaa-UlHa-d     iTSt-     l"__e     OHO.)
there pretty often, in fact they often
march the whole battalions down for
a swim."
Skeena    Land    District—District   of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Lewis W. Patmore, of Prince Rupert, British Columbia, Solicitor, intends to apply
for a licence to prospect for coal and
petroleum over the following described land on Graham Island: Commencing at a post planted one mile
East of the Northeast corner of Lot
2,435, on West Coast of Graham
Island, thence North 80 chains,
thence East 80 chains, thence South
80 chains, thence West 80 chains to
place of commencement.
Located June 23, 1915.
LEWIS W. PATMORE,
by
PETER PIAMBO,
a-15. Agent.
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Birth notice, one insertion . . . BOc
Marriage notice, one insertion . . 50c
Death notice, one insertion .... 50c
Card  of  thanks       50c
All condensed advertisements are
cash in advance, otherwise one cent
a word each insertion straight
FOR SALE
Shoe Repairing business for sale--
A bargain—Apply Mike Hangos 5 th
Street, between 3rd Ave. and Fraser
Street.    P. O. Box 454. 3t.
FOR RENT
Eight-room house, with bath, between Drydock and Cold Storage.
Apply 508 Hall Street. 2t.
FOR RENT.
Furnished house for rent. Modern,
on Third Avenue. Phone 349.        tf.
COAL MINES ACT.
(Form of Notice.)
Skeena Land District—District of
Queen Charlotte Island.
TAKE NOTICE that I, W. E. Burritt, of Prince Rupert, B. C, occupation Stipendiary Magistrate, intends
to apply for permission to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the following discribed lands: On the West
Coast of Graham Island: Commencing at a post planted one mile of the
north east cornfir of Lot 2,435, thence
northerly 80 chains, thence easterly
80 chains, thence southerly 80 chains,
thence westerly 80 chains, to point
of commencement.
W.  E.   BURRITT,
Name of applicant.
Agent,  Peter Plambo.
Dated located May 10, 1915. ...
COAL MINES ACT.
Skeena   Land   District--District   of
Queen Charlotte Island.
TAKE    NOT1-E    that    I,    Peter
Piambo,   of   Prince   Rupert,   B.   C.
occupation    Prospector,    intends    to
apply for permission to prospect for
coal and petroleum over the following   described   lands   on   the   West
Coast of Graham Island:  Commencing a a post planted one mile of the
north east corner of Lot 2,435, thence'
easterly    SO    chains,    southerly    80
westerly    SO    chains,   northerly   80
chains to point of commencement.
PETER  PIAMBO,
Name of applicant.
Dated located May 10, 1915.
j THE FAIR 1915
Are you a member?
It costs $1 and no more to
join the Northern British Columbia Agricultural Association,
payable nl any lime before the
1st October next,
Mi'iiiliorship spells strength.
The Governmenl base (be Fair
grunt each year on membership
roll.
450 was the roll tor 11)14—
$500 the Government grant—
and i.iiiii) Is (he number wanted
for 1915.
VOIR $1  MEANS A  BETTER
AND LARGER FAIR,
Your dollar means more dollars in September nexl will be
spent in your city. Your dollar is aiding development, and
helping to make payrolls, prosperity and profit.
Send   in   your   name   to   the
Secretary Northern  British Columbia   Agricultural   &   Industrial     Association.     Box    1057   JJ
City. 2t-a-w. g
0000000O00000O000000000000
CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS
NOTICE.
"Harvey" Mineral Claim, situate in
the Portland Canal mining division
of Cassiar District. Located at MapN
Bay, Portland Canal.
TAKE NOTICE that I, XV. G. Humble, acting as agent ror Ella H. Humble, Free Miner's Certificate No.
94.097B., intends sixty days from the
date hereof, to apply to the Mining
Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining
a Crown Grant of the above claim.
And further take notice that action,
under section 85 must be commence
before the issue of such Certificate of
Improvements.
Dated  this  26th  day  of  June  1915.
DRS. GILROY & BROWN, DENTISTS
Crown and Bridge Work a
Specialty
Offlce:  Smith   Block,   Third   Aveuu.
Phone 454.
J. H. HILDITCfl
Contractor and Builder
Estimate- given on all   ciaMes ol
work, whether small or large.   Per.
■onal attention given to every it-**"*-
PHONE GREEN S21
A. E. WRIGHT
Provincial and Dominion Land Surveyor—Surveying   and   Engineering.
Between Second and Tllird Avenues
P. O. Boy 10.
P.O. Box 1714 Telephone 448
RITCHIE,   AGNEW  &  CO.
Civil Engineers and Surveyors
Prince Rupert,  B.C.
Waterworks, Water Power, Wharf
.onstruction. Reports, Plans, Domln-
on and Provincial Land Surveying,
dJlectrio Blue Printing, Negatives and
White Prints
Prince Rupert Journal
SOc. per Nonth
ANYONE
CAN
1 TH_.IR CLOTHES
WITH
KI-l'IHGIlWKHaiWKW^
|    THE MOST COMFORTABLE
" TOURING CAR
IN THE CITY
Answer* ail calls day and night
Phone 99
Stand:    Hotel   Prince   Rupert
DYOLf-
• The Dye that colors ANY HINDI
of Cloth Perfectly, with the
8AM E DYE.
_   No Chance of Mistakes.   Clean and Simple
I Aakyour DruBv'si or Dealer. Send forlW-oklei.
' T-l-iobii»on-.-Uch«rd_«iiCo. Lin_rled,Montreal  ,
The Produce
Market
Apples, per lb 0 l-.e
Crabapples, per lb 6 l-4c
Grapes, per lb    15c
Tomatoes,  per lb    15c
Pears,   doz    20c
Peaches,  doz ^ .   15c
Peaches, box      $1.00
Cantaloupes, each .... 12 l-2c
Corn,   doz       SOc
Beets, lb     2c
Carrots, lb     2c
Cabbage,   lb      2c
Turnips, lb   1 l-2c
Potatoes, sack      $1,25
Cauliflower   __>....   10c
1
LYNCH BROS.
Phone   2.
WWKl»»iKH*H*^
Have You a Valued
Watch?
That needs Repairing or Overhauling
Get it done by AN EXPERI who has given years to make
himself proficient.
P. Marion is in charge of (he Repair Depart ment.
Formerly  employed  with Tiffany & Co., Xew York;  Itirk
& Sons, Montreal; and Shlove & Co., Sun l-'rancisco.
TAKE  ADVANTAGE OF THE CHANCE
WELL   ASSORTED  STOCK OP JEWELLERY AT RIGHT
PRICES
Blakely Co., Jewellers
Corner Third ..venue and Sixth Street
l*HKBKBW«l*HKHWiKHKBKBKB«H-a
LUMBER
Coal, Cement, Plaster and Brick
AND A COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDERS' SUPPLIES
WESTHOLME LUMBER CO., LTD.
First Avenue       Prince Rupert       Telephone 186
1 «S«H9iWH-HS_«H»iKH-«^^
Genuine Wellington Coal
OUR   COAL LASTS   LONGER—IT'S THE REST. ,
Phone 15—Prince Rupert Coal Company
OOtt'HM'iMHMHa-^^
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