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PRINCE RUPERT, B. C, WEDNESDAY, APRIL
Price   5   Cents.
NO.   130.
'   ii [t>VT\
mi » $*"_ fa » a  I lb Sf
OF THE ENEMY
n THE CARPATHIANS
Turks Have Withdrawn
A "tillery From European
Side Of The Dardanelles
London, April 13.—The British]
destroyer Ronard ran up the Dardanelles for more than ten miles on a
scouting mission. This is further
than any British vessel bad before
been.
The lit na rd was followed by the
London.   Both  ships returned  safely.
The Turks appear to have withdrawn mosl all of the artillery from
the European side ol" the Straits.
NOMINATION FO?.
ALDERIWIIC POST
GEORGE  CASEY  AND GEORGE
LEEK ARE DULY NAMED
I'OR CONTEST.
Election  Mill  He Held   Next    Friday
to Kill Vacancy on the
Board.
HAS NO FEAit REGARDING
Vice-President Donaldson Of The
G. T. P. Feels That There Will Be
A Quick Revival Oh Change Of
Conditions  In   Europe
In the Ranks Again.
A  letter   was   received   yesterday
locally   ri om   Pte.  W.  0.   Macdonald,
who was reported ill at   Shoniei'lllTe
recently,     lie   was greatly  Improved
and hoped to be in the ranks again
in  a   week.    Ile  was  lhe  only Canadian   in   the   hospital   ward,   the   r   il
being  wounded  Belgians,   whom    he
described    as    full    of    contagious'
cheerfulness.   The  cause   of   his   illness, ho reports,  was ptomaine pois-|
oiling from eating .rah.
i
CRUISERS SEARCHING
COAST I'OR   DYNAMITE|
Vancouver, April 13.—ll. M, S.
Newcastle and Shearwater arrived
here last night, went, out again today and will return. It is rumored
that they are searching for a boat
laden with dynamite from Blaine,
Wash. The visit heralds the early re.
turn of ihe Newcastle to England.
An early re!urn of good times as
far as renewed investments of Bril
ish capita] is concerned is e . ecti I
by Mr. Donaldson, vice-president
and general manager of the G. T. P.,
who .was in the city yesterday, lie
has no doubt about the ultimate success of the British and (heir allies
As to the time when tbe decisive
victory will come, Mr. Donaldson is
not able to say.    He admits that in
festerday was nomination day for
the vacancy on tlie Council Board
caused by the resignation of Aid.
McClymont. Only two were nomi-
nailcd. They were George Casey,
who contested the position of alder-
man last week, and George Leek. It llis speculations as to the progress ot
is therefore a case of "letting George the war he is only able to speak as
do it." no matter who is elected. any other individual.
The election for the . osl will be H6) however, believes that as soon
next Friday. The polling will be at M t,,0 ,..rnlnR poln, ,„ ,„„ wa). „as
Ihe City Hall.
With a decided turn in the tide
of events as far as the war is concerned, Mr. Donaldson expects to
see a surprise for Canada. Within
twenty-six days of ■■::■■'■ a movement
he believes tilings will have assumed
a shape that will lead to ihe forgetting of the past.
ussians Continue To
Make Advances In
Carpathian Mountains
HAKSE
G.T.P. SERVICE-
DE
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' ' ir Mllihiii...
i  battle   in
iped      with
DINING   V\n    MILL    GO    l!IGiri'j8reat intensity. Our troops advanced
THROUGH   TO  EDMONTON   IN
FUTURE.
The  money  is  nol    being   lost   Injcar has run between here and Smitl
the   war.   It   is  (hiding  its   way  into
British   hands    and    is    being    kept
largely   in   the   Empire.     In   consc-
I been  reached  and  is   made
quence  of   the  conditions   prevailing
money is perforce being hoarded up
and    will    as    soon    as    conditions I
videnl ';change be let  loose again
on both banks of the Ouidawa,
where we i tpl nred sei ei al heights.
Noi U:v. • . i if Teh . itch .vi gained
a  victory.
"In  the dir        n of 1  :sol   iv. cap-
tnrcil   -,T:".   ; riS'iners,   I :■<,-
Commencing with    tin     eastbound officers, We took one gun and twen-
train  leaving over the G. T.  P, this ty machine guns,
morning a change in service will be.     «0n   th(,  nelgj,ts  B0Utn  of    Voios.
sate,, especially in the region of Koz-
___________ ,iouki,  the  enemy   delivered   Impetu-
ers, returning tlie following day.   In i
, , , .,, ,      ,     , a ous attacks iu greal  strength, all of
future a change   will  be - mad.'   and
Mr.  Ward,  the popular   dining   carl"'11'''1  were repulsed  with enormous
conductor who has  been   in   chargeilosses to the enemy,
of Hie diner running out   of   here
will   make  the  run,  starting   today
A Second  Diner Will  Reach the City
to Complete tlie
Service.
initiated.     In  the   past    tlie    (lining:
ear will return on Sunday night.
This    will   necessitate
"At ihe Bukowina on an extended
front the enemy lias 'I' li ired furious    night    attacks.    Our    infantry
ITALY PREPARING
I'OR   MOBILIZATION
-o-
tivity as far as Canada Is concerned.
  At the present moment Canada ts re-
Itome,   April   13. Military    head-1covering from the first shock. In the
quarters orders army   officers to usejeast thls ,„ especially evident. Trade
Canada        ____________________________________
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there will be a rem wed financial ac-'will  profit  by    the   now   conditions.! ,,        ,   . ,,.     .,, >'•  ,    '■
'•-•--■ Kliner being put on. It will reach the.     "Oi
city by tbe next train  from  the east
dull  metal   work   on   thoir  uniforms
and  scabbards.  In  case of mobilization, scboolliouses will be   used   for,
troops,  the  school  sessions  to   continue in  hired buildings.
between the United  States and Britain, be points out, is at least normal
again  and business is   assuming its
I regular courss.
.Mr. Donaldson believes she will benefit directly by the indemnity demanded of Germany and Austria in
proportion to her contribution to the
defense of the Empire. Ho feels in
any event that the prospect of peace
will spell prosperity to the Dominion.
and will follow a similar schedule tol
tlie present car.
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The  service out of   here
front on the Niemen   wo
repulsed  several German  attacks.'!
REGIMENTAL ORDERS.
* 08th Regiment Etirl Grey's Own
* Ritl«w.
* ORDERS by   Major .1.   II.   Me- «
* Mullin, Commanding, April   10, »
»   I 111 5:
* Parades    "A"   Compear   will *
*'  parade at the Exhibition  Build- *
* ing on   Wednesday and   Friday, •
* April  11  and  1«. •
* "1!"   Couapaav   will   parade  at
* tbe     Exhibition     Building      on
VICE-PRESIDENT DONALDSON OF G. T.P.
u„r BUSY DAY IN THE
| erablo thought In view of the finan-
wlll In cial market, but the officials were
future have a tourist ear Included now going very carefully into this
The first tourist car for ibis run Island would be prepared to make an
now in the yards and will go out nnnoun"lemenl deflnitaly within a
this morning on the regular east-1 short time. The aim was to give the
I bound train. besl    Brvice that   was possible, .,
Catering to Tourists,
In  tin        Iter of catei Ing  to   'lie
■;   in.   ' .   said  thai   arri n .
• is had made for <' n-
' •    Ity at
'.    er  Park  In  the mountains. This
wa     Ightful  i"""   and  the
facilities afforded  there for pleasure
o
The  Genera]   Manager  Of The Railway Is Most Optimistic With Regard |s"ok,'rs 1"1"1,1'"" "-• ••"•■'•'K-a »n »■
T®  The  Outlook  Here—Railway  Is Doing All Possible To Advance[TmLi u.,,,,,, .„.„«. ~,
Interests Of Country Being Served—Good Times Immediately Decisiveh'1.'!'^V'"" f0' "'"
Step Is Taken By The Allies—Country Is Filling Up With Settlers
     Mr.  Donaldson,  vice-president  and New  Order-in-Council. |well  and   were  already   oul   on   pas-1 Mr.  Donaldson said  when   he passed
Mini.lav and Thursday, April  12  *|general   manager of  the   G.   T.    I'.,      The  new  Order-in-Council    passed
and  15.
would be available for plei     k-
i'1's  so   thai   the    mountain     cenery
could  be tain n  adi antage >.r.
  | belli   in   Hie  ________   I   __ _\
'■  All  wishing lo join  will   attend     l>'"'' l-"lr     ana a'   B    c     '"'',~     '      idustry.   He recognizes in that a movs
*ierly  the   rolling   home   of  the   late|tha(   wll]  expedite   the    making   of
"(reached  the  city   Monday   night   byj1'"'  Ul"  Dominion  Government,   says
* There  will be a .lass formed  * .       .    , .   the vice-president, should materially
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*' [or tho subject of bayonet drill
^_—____*£ ■ -i
I  lonigbi's  <irill	
* W. s.  MARSHALL, Lieut.      •Charles M. Hays. Accompanying him I Prince Ruperl  thc groat  fish  centre
* Acting Adjutant.      was II. A. Woods"'the chief engineer thai ii is destine.: to become
of the company;   and    Mr.    Donnld-
 0 ■  sons   seerelury.    Yosterduy    lho   nlh-
* *•♦•»•»»«    »   «   *   »[clals spent a busy day Inspecting the
* Wl PRINCE l.rPI'RT CADMT       various  works  In   progress  here,
corps. '      Included In this was the Drydock
1 Orders bj  George   Leek,   Ca- "land  the cold storage plain   of   the
<■' dot   Instructor,   for   the    week -   Canadian  Fish & Cold Storage Com-
* ending the  17th, 1915: any.   Tin   latter works wore highly
* Tuesday,  7:30  p.m.,   drill   In '   latlsfactory  to  Mr.    Donaldson.    He,
* uniform  and  hand  practice. In common with  Mr.  Woods, has anlbelng carried forward there.
* Saturday, 0:30 a.m., drill noi      abounding   faith   ln   the   llshini Bottlers Coming  In
* in iinifoi * dustrv here.    Mr. Donaldson says it       ,     ,.
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ture,   looking   In   remarkably   gooci[through seeding was in full swing. Inl
shape. j many parts, in spite of the facl thai      .
A  Greal   Playground.
 ^_______Wkho route the in-
The population was   steadily   hi-j the season was yet very early, seed-]                        to pro-
... „,„ .    ., | .,„. ,.   ... ,,   |den( |„„,;, Ing  Lad commencod,    Tl Is  promis. ■     . ,
',. :.   .,■ '         ■   population  in   thai  """"  tot the ' ::":"          ' "-                                       , :  ,   ., „. ,:     ,.,,„
,. ■  Ion   of   the   territory   Berved    by      When         is sun       •(! that              lu nature. 'I             , l    been
the H. T.  P. iu a Bhorl  time,             I crop would mean much  foi   the we     opened               How th.
Great   Possibilities.
___________   Uonuldson    \„.:,M^__^___^^^^^^^^^^^m
Willi  respect  to the  Drydock, M,..   Donaldson  Is   very opHmistlt.ion ""' Interviewer Willi the npttnilsl-lgrandesl  scenery In the wor uld
general  manager says  thai   work   i    with regard to     o vn le     ol  llrltl J<c remark tho going to be it ■.,        .
going along  in   a  very   satisfactory Columbia  and    the   pari    thej    will ""'!''  voar'    ""    ' "''  "' '  " ""!   '                                 ho Im     no
way.   By   Soptomber the work   will 1 play In the matter ol  iia   il       i  In      "" :i "  ' "''   '' "'     ' ''"''' '' '         '           a In statl        ha    th.   .- -
be   completed   and   the    yard      ■   I   the near future.   On hi    re.                '' : i""" lfl ' "' '" '
then be In shape, to enter Into   the t0 callfornl lould not help re-    '"' lirectlon a ,.,             _             .;.,.,,    Uie
business  for  which   It   Is   designed, marking  upon  thi   far ■ ■ ' a holiday spent I	
lie was well pleased apparently wiih through  which  he pn  led In the P     ''' ;:| ind   l yeai         ect   a
the way  in   which  the   works   iverejdfic Slate,..  To his mind, lhe |10Bsl. J wi" everywhere
Saturday, 8  p.m.,   ambulance  "  '■■ developing  very satisfactorily and
prn  '.' nl   City  Hull. tl   ■  Canadian   Flsh   I    Cold    Btorag.
_M
tlon  along  the line,, Mr.    n
In a most i        ilsti ' ■  ■      'n !
'  i ef the  British Columbia val-
•    .     ll    l      ill"   111' ■ T.    P.
;•      "     extent of I
Dry I
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m i torn e c op tvlll be rorl: i omlng
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In  (lie  Line of Travel.
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ROBT,  RITCHIE, C.C.  HCompai" to he doing   tbel n ,,  .   (       i
' |of The Journal.
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,:            -a            _    , a s'lbe    Prase'   and    Ni   haco
Hfive Been Active r^
'.    T    I'
hero li
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____________f^^^^^^^^rt says:
.   liai   ' i    . calm all I ole  I ont.   Our   aviators   0
11;   i)oin;,:!i(ie.l  ihe mill   ry hai I ■     ■■■   "
persed h  battalion on the man i v
ioaoa ooo 0mo&nmmm*jMMXsMto*mnwQMMt
most  promising        ':
I ti
,-,, er Valley tin
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clearings  of one  hundred   acre     In '';-     rutin ' car.
extent,    The   cattle   had    ivintered Speaking of the Prairie Province-!
i,   ,.]
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J Wednesday,  April   1J,   L915,
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Telephone 138.
O. B. NELSON. Editor
Office
128   Third_Avenue_i East,
,„ar McBride Street. Telephone
Postofflce Box CO..
...Ul.Y  EDITION.
., ,    i    ovnrv   morning    excepl
published.. e\e',,5 w  carrier  ln  ths
would shut out praet
-l  electors among the|
' 00,000   .   lunleei s  who are or soon:
will be iinde:   arms.  As Mr.  Doherty.
Bays,  the    iro osal  is  not  new.   Thej
First   and  Sec ind   '•■'< u ■ Zealand  con-!
tlngents,  and  all  the Xew   Zealand-
ers who were ..,  sea or on captured
islands   on   the   day   of   the    el.'.'tion
: oiled  I heir  votes.   'I':..'   Pl .-.    Con-
llly I <HKHKH»tttKH»iWHS'WH'^^ aXKKHKHlt>D-CKKHS
Product No,
SPLENDID  POR  PLUMBERS
Contains about 2^4  lbs.
81.50
Monctey.^Delivere^ ^-~ (f (iai(1 Ul lil,„i,r.  ,.,,,,.,] ln camp „„ ,i,e evo of
city at the followin
advance:—
|'.'. 5 !
$1.26
One   lear
Six  Mon! is
V',.,,   Months
If      !!"'
,,,.]-   Monti.
wricklY EDITION.
very  Friday  tor  circu
.$0.60
departure neai ly  i wo months    i   loi
ili.'     election.     Oilier    corps     voted
med  id   i.e.   In   at
leasl   on,     onsl     ency    tin       tidier
lecti 'i  the candidate  wl o  v.a -
fool of the I'.'ll eli    Ion  nl  lit
Published  ."■
latlon
Ruperl   i'
i     City   of   Prince i I       ocal 1 illots ivi i      m
,, |   year, address id to . .   ,   .;i
points'ln Canada; oVJS.00 a^yeat
»H   i|0,nls   "«,.,,,,'s or other   foreign ,                       e In Egypt or   i
tbP   Unii eu on
countries.           ' may be.    So, we   I elieve,
Cpon Application [1|  ^   ,1|s,,..,„.!]:;;    where   [g  ,,.,,
i : d Kltcl
len he did nol obji cl  to
(he N"v.  Zealand method? Se far as
' ■■  could   li :,i n   from  the   Xew   Zea-
     December   las:,   none
.\ BRIGHT ol'TLOOK. ,,,- tlle trouljles and calamities which
,i    Mnnaeev   <if   il»"Sir  Wilfrid 'foresees occurred   there,
lu the   General   Manage
The wle of Pre luct Xo. 9 9 is strictly
conflMd to tie high-class supply
bouse*. Its co, t of manufacture is
therefore not iffected by Dept. or
"price Hitting i.tore" influence that
so oftv-v drives manufacturers to the
use oi inferior chemicals and processes, v'or is tne dealer allowed to
reduce he retail price under penalty
of    ba- ng    his    supply    terminated.
A POWERFUL SOLVENT FOR
_ CLOGGED UP DRAIN PIPES
"HP" destroys accumulations  if lint,   paper,   cloths,   hair,   Blinie,
grease,  vegetables   soap,  fruit antl nnmy others,   li  is harmless lo
lines  plumbing.
DON'T ARGL'E IK,N'T    PI""   OFF TEST   IT
This preparation hai been to generally successful In clearing
drains that it is bought over ind over again by ilrnse who have
tried it. but inasmuch as no on can know the actual condition existing within a pipe, il is absoutely ,. lor ihe manufacturer or the dealer in guarante ■ .1 i resull.
CME^CAL PRODUCTS CO., KEW YORK
•'Oil SALE  BY
HARRY HANSON
THK   RELIABLE   PLUMBER
THE    REST  IX  PLUMBING   AND   BWATIWG   1WOJVE   480
<i*a«KBKi-i?aKH5 00 0n00&00'*0440 a'.' o. ■m*v*w*mmim#00 000 o
«
\i»   St.   £  •
Steamship Sailings
G T Pi| m. Donaldson, the company
bas an intense Britisher. Ho is "
in   ihe   Anglo-Saxon
flrm    believer
race, and a talU with him is an inspiration a. a 'la..' !«*<= this when
is lighting the battles ilia:
existence of the
supremacy  0        e  British   Mag.     Mr-
the nation
mean   the   very
v A few days ago a Kami..ops speaker
stated that eighty per cent, of tlie
troops who bad gone to the front
from that distrii 1 were members of
the Conservative Association. Can
ii be that Sir Wilfrid Laurier hasls
collected general information of the
same character?
FOR VANCOUVER
S.S. Prince George every Friday at 9 A.M.
S.S. Prince John every Sunday at 7.30 P.M.
For Massed—S. s.  Prince .k'r every second Saturday at 10   p.m.
commencing April l l.
For Xaas River points    s. s.    lince John svery secpnd Saturday  10
p.m., commencing April   !1,
for   Vnyox   ,;. s.  Prince George every Wednesdaj  al  raidnl
Passenger train carrying eh r : lighted sleeper and parlor cafe
car leaves for Hie east mi Wednesdays and Saturdays at 10
a.m.
j   Through tourist sleeping car to St. Paul every Wednesday.
For through tickets, reservations and full Information apply to
i: T. r. Tioltet Offlce, Third Ave.; Agency all Atlantic Steam;
ship  Lines. .. _,,;.
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rr-yr
lHW-lKWHlt>l>!K»«a>'a>^
C
I
I Coal, Cement, Plaster and Brick
AND A CCHPLETE LINE OF KILDERS' SUPPLIES
Donaldson  never  wav
ers in  his opti-
vkt:-pi;i:sidi'xt Donaldson
spent busy day
viti, respect to   the   ultimate
it is in-
misin  w
BUccess oi the British arms
deed a satisfaction to hud as the
. executive bead of a great railway
like the G. T. I'. one who does no.
hesitate to express bis undying alliance to the hag which we all
honor.
WESTHI
First Avenue
Prince Rupert
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Telephone 186
(Continued  from Page   Ona.)
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uati ui.
Apart trom this aspect of the sit-
wever, Mr. Donald'"':
wl* has always maintained a close
connection with the Mol lerland, is
verj a mistic an to I j future. He
has an unbounding faith in Canada
and in the Immediate prospei I
Legitimate Canadian investments,
he declares, will within a very short
time, with the tide of battle becoming pronouncedly in favor of the Allies of Britain, take on renewed
strength. Money will be diverted
this way and he locks for a very pm
nounced  activity. This comin
there would be additional work necessary to ensure against any future
trouble.
The officials will leave this morning for he east again. Lliter in the
season Mr. Donaldson expects that
tlle president, A. J. Chamberlin, will
pay a visil to the Const. II is hoped
that *he chairman of the London
hoard, A. W. Smithers, will also be
able to make the trip with  him.
a man in close touch with financial
affairs is indeed gratifying. May bis
prophecies   be  abundantly   fulfilled.
THE SOLDIERS' VOTE.
Sir Wilfrid Laurier has exerted
his skill and ingenuity to find reasons why Canadian soldiers who
have left their constituencies should
be disfranchised during their absence, says Un News-Advertiser. All
conceivable difficulties which tlie
mind of man can suggest and invent
bate been gathered together io resist the measure iiroviding for ihe
soldiers' vote, The ex-premier appeal's to have  worked   overtime   on
Nomination Notice
Public notice is hereby given to
the Electors of the Municipality of
Prince "Rupert that T require the
presence of the said Electors al Ihe
General Offlce of tho City Clerk
City Hall, Tuesday, the 13th day oT
April, A. D. 1915, at 12 o'clock
noon, for the purpose of electing a
person to represent them in the
Municipal Council as Alderman, to
fill the vacancy caused by the resig-
froni [nation  of  Alderman  McClymont.
The mode of nomination of candi-
lii-frflWiB-RKHKHa-W^
Camping Supplies
PHONE  101. P.O. DRAWEE   £"145
330 SECOND AVE.
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dates shall  lie  as follows:
The candidates shall be nominated
In writing; the writing shall be subscribed by two voters of the Muui-
cipality as proposer and seconder,
nnd shall.be delivered to the Returning Officer at any time between
the date of the notice and 2 p.m. of
tlie day of the nomination; Ihe said |
writing may be in the form nunibor-
ed five (5) in the schedule of tin
.Municipal Elections Act, aud shall
state the names, residence, and occupation or description of each person proposed, in such manner as sufficiently to identify such candidate;
and in the event of a poll being necessary, such poll will be opened, on
the 16th day of April, 1915, In tha
Council Chamber at the City Hall,
Fulton Street, from the hour of 9
a.in. to the hour of 7 p.m., of which j
everj person Is hereby required to
take notice and govern himself accordingly.
Qunllllcntltm   for Mayor.
"<SHaemiGt»a-'*a%iaa^^^^
Canadian Pacific Railway
PRINCESS MAQUINNA,
SOUTHBOUND, 8 P.M. FRIDAY
PRINCESS MAY
SOUTHBOUND, 8 P.M. SUNDAY
J. O'   JlcNAll, General Agent, corner Third  .Ave.   und   Fourth   St.
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HEAD   OFFICE:   MONTREAL
Capita!    	
Reserved   I'untl. .
Total   Assets    . . . .
in  ll ion.   lie tl... .-  ii"l   thin!
■    rl     t thai     ii      Idler sho ilil    ■ t<       | \.     ersons qualified   to be noml
f njted foi I    ted as ihe   Mayor
011       , 'I!  be any person who
11 is n ibjecl of the full I
one   year     not   <lis-|
lifted und       irj   ... iv, and has for'
ding    tho
Register-
Land   il. -I: try    Of-I
1 or real pro    it    in the
id value, on   the   last'
.ii    Roll,   of    One
1 Uml Tho : nn re over and
ud tin '   ■       ' I   ere I   J i Ig nt   or
charg "   Is otherwise   duly
en.  Hi   fi   '
b.
i■   :.  .       Id thai
fl
qtialili   : ;'■•  ,,  Municipal Voter,
CjnnllRcatiQii for Alderman.
ould be good enough Persons qualified to be nominated
for and elected as Aldermen of a
City shall be such persons as are
male British subjects of the full agoj
of twenty-one years, and who are,
nol disqualified   under any law,   and:
to roti for M- country Sir Wilfrid
i lies v, Ith the quibble thai this
cannol bt io becaiu • i onu who fight
:'..':■ under age and .some are aliens.
No doubt there are technical difficulties to be ijv. unt The question is
whether 5n,nofl or mon Canadian
. Hi;'.. ■ Id   he  disfranchised   or
thesi oh lacli 6 should be attacked
and over. uVn. . . Ir Wilfrid's oblei ■
' Ion np] !.'. not only to the troops in
Fi nnce,  bul  to ilu.se In   111.eland, in
have l n   for the six months   noxl
preceding the day of nomination the
Registered Owners, in the Land Registry Offlce, of land or real property
in the City of the assessed value ou
the last Municipal Assessment : Roll
of Five Hundred Hollars or more.
over and above any registered Judg-J
menl or charge, and who aro ot.lior-.
duly ii lallfled us Municipal Voters.
chen  under  my  hand   al    Prince"
:    in.   British  Columbia,   this   7th
Bermuda,  and   in   ill   the   Canadian day of April,  1916,
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| Sailings for Granby, Sircpfon and ihe Naas
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Branches   Throughout   Canada and Ihiiiking Connections With All
Pints of the L'nitcil States. .Agents Throughout the World.
H.  P. WILSON, Manager        - - Prince    Itupert    Branch
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Coal, Furniture Moving, Baggage
and Heavy Teamin*
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BRITISH NAVY AND
RAILWAY EXPANSION
have been  devoted  to the growth  of country
ave made her present posi- Lond  ,1
moi"3 wheat were left as before, and tion   possible.   Without-these  essen- perial C
loav
WHEAT    PRODUCTION    OE
PRAIRIES SHOULD BE
INCREASED,
THI
Skeena   Lend     District-  -Blstrict    of
Qmwi  Charlottt
I   TAKK ■OTICE thai Pet.tr I'. n
the  investors of  Britain by   placing tial   traffic    arteries   the   Dominion I n   you  a pulation  of the of  1'riinr   Ksoeit,    B.C.    occupatlo
their funds in the bonds of railways would have been merely   a   helpless|capital  into  families  of three
in Canada, in South Africa
IMPERIAL MHiiXE 11
Engines
iiM.i.l.-.l   ...nl    Gen
Repnii -.
' PruK',i*aa*«r, intends to ttpply for
"iraission  to  [irespecl   tor coal and  p    j-Oxy-Acetylone   Plant    in    Coi
in Aus- spectator  while the greatest  war  in  family would be  provided  with   975 troleum over the following described  „ ,,  ,
pianos on      c  West  Coat of Graham  ' l"lt"'  H<'(l   lSe
Allowing u  liberal supply of Island:  Commencing al a post plant-	
ed three miles north of the north-easl
itralia,  and  In  New  Zealand,    where!history rumbled  through   to  a   con-lioaves.
Third
Canada Should More'and   More
conic  Bread  Basket  of the
Empire.
Be-
:\ast stretches of fertilq country   re-1clusidn.     Canada's   most    important
[mained to be opened up, encouraged j contribution to the cause of Empire
the   protliictio'n   of   a   steady    supply
of foodsiufi's  which   might   be ('-ailed
is in wheat and flour and bread.
The bulk of the supplies of Can-
jupon In case of emergency. The un-jadian wheat for export are drawn
• der-water rati of Germany have each year from the wheat field o
ifaih I to   i: I'ottli hi; the prairie provinces. The total stip-
1   loaves    ap'    eek    to    . icl
corner oi  Lol  2437, thence nortli Su
would extend the foodstuffs over 244 Ichains, tl Ins, thence
south    80 chains,  thence   eai
chains,   to polni   of  coniraencemt nt,
containing 6 to aeres mc-Ve or I
wi   ks, ..:  i  :   '■ ' -, years.
There Is no nee.I  ... carry the  Illustration .',
holds command of tin      i    he a ail-
ja'29 PETER   PIOMBO.
Date locat id, "•   ■ ;. ■ ;.  l :.i .;.
,i i.ie sup] ly of  food ,   :     from  l
The present conflict In Europe bus'Hi'":..'   Di'italn.   II.'     hips come   and  ply  may  he compi led by a study of     .       . .,,.,,.       ,",..
demonstrated  beyond  the  possibility go almosl   ■     '        .lease.    \i..l   the'thd carryings of the  railways.  Dur-
, . ome I be I andl    |i  liei    rltics maln-
of tloubi   thai   the   maintenance   of resources  .        leal  lands,   in  iheni- Ing the crop year 1913-14, the Cana- . ,      ,     ....    , •   , ., ol   Prlnci   Rupert
Britain's Buperioritv al sea, and thc Bel' an:   times  the  area  of   the .Han  Northern .alone  handled    fro:',!'
• |j roducin .    ..ii.   'i   rjuarter
expansion    of   the   wheal    areas   InjBritish   Isles, are  available   for   lhe the territo       lei  ed  by   lis western
■ roducin .    bul   a   quarter    of
il    be annually
i: ,,
''     pries i
ihe low.
British  Dominions, have In  linked need of the people of Britain. lines,   17,291      b  shel      E I
together as basic factors in tlie con-      lu facilitating the expansion   if tin   in- tne i;"  ' ' '    ■'■'   "   "
sideration  of plans for Imperial   ..!'- various   i dli ■.■     companies    In    the eenL, !l'<' "'• N.  R. should  haul   outl
tense  and   defence.    The   lawmakers'Dominion   flu "■     last     thirty *      oximately  56,750,000 bushels ol est In town, You will save money o-
in  London, as   a  matter   of   policy,'year..,   the   succe sive    governments,  "'        '''"'"   '':''  Provinces  lying be- almost every article   GI e us a  tria
have  allowed    nothing    to   Interfere federal and     rovincial have enabled'tween    th.e   Cr"!lt    Lakes   and    the order today. Phone 1*9. Prompt de
with  the building up of an all-pow- Canada  to lake  up the Burden  of a  !(('('Uv   Mountains. That   quantity  of   ivery.  Mussallem  fi 123   Fifth
erful navy, and they have steadfast- greater  production   in  this   year   of,"'"*111;'    converted
ly  ignored   the  pr..tests  of'   English- the  Empire's  i e
men who have contended that Greatluring  tip  to liei
Britain   would  be in  an  almosl    im-.as the "Granary
possible position If a war should de- more emphatic
velop    wiih    a    powerful     maritime  ol'  the   World."
su. c. sivi ly    Into  Ave.  East.
•il.  Canada  is'meai-  "'""',   and   into  standard    loaves    of   . .   	
ad ertised   destiny bl'.ead, would  feed   Greater   London, Skeena   Land    Districl    Districl    of
if the Empire,
ill, "Ulead 1!
i'he   proph. , l.
ill:  Its estimated  . opulation of
Queen  Charlotte  lib.nds.
!252,9G3,  for  more than   four and  a     TAKH NOTICE that Peter Piombo
. ...   .,, ,. of   Prince   Rupert.    B.C.,   occupation
1      >eais. Prospec'.or, intends to apply for per-
According to the millers, a barrel mission to prospect tor coal and petroleum ovor the following described
England   who   believed   thai   in  the are on the. verge of fulfillment. The,of flour,  196 pounds, is made   from I ]r,nfts 011 ■ ].,, \tTest Coast of Graham
the 4W  bushels of wheat, and according Island:  Commencing al a post planted three milps north of the north-east
struggle    involving     Greal      Britain,  wheat   Held    in   Canada   will    so    toIto  the  bakers,  1ST   standard   loaves ,,orner 0f 1a0t 2437, thence north  SO
power. There were numerous men In'leaders of thought  for three decades
al    jn   the [are  01
an   Importanl    European large    exportable    surplus
"the  hunger of  London  would   die- feed   a  fair  pro]
tato  terms  of  peace."    Bul   the    Ad-j pendent   millions
mlralty were convinced that the sea probably  the   war-harassed   Belgians
power of  Britain  would keep all the as  well.    The    railway   lines    wliitHi
routes open for foodstuffs. The lands  have been constructed easl  and  wesi
In   the   British    isles    which    might  and north and south  throughoul   the
I'tion of lhe de- of 21 ounces each, are made from
of England, and one barrel of flour. The anticipated
carryings on the Canadian Northern
this season, then, represent 12,611,-
111 barrels and 2,358,277,757 loaves
of  bread.    If  this  were    divided    in
chains, thenca east SO chains, thence
south SO chains, tbence west SO
chains, to point of commencement,
containing 040 acres more or less.
ja2'9 PETER   PIOMBO.
Date located.  December 3rd, 1914,
M.8
Dati
Skeena   Land Districl    of
Queen  Charlol te     land
T ' ' i; x«.' .. M thai  I (ter Piombo,
B.C.,   .">",; ation
Prospector, Intends to ■
t      le.   o pro   ■ coal and i
: ri leum ov. r I he tollovt In       Bcrlbed
:     Is on the West Coast ol
l 'and.  ' ominen.  -■   nt a ] osl planted live mill    eai   a nd om
' : thi   ."■:':, ei si corner of Lol  2
'. .   nortli  '■'
so chains,  thence  south   SO   chains,
thence  wesi   81   chains,  to  polnl   of
comments)* enl   c. n taining    : 0 .,, n s
more or lesB. .
ja29 PETER   PIOMBO.
Date loci  ed, December 4th, inn.
J. H. fflLDJTCh
Gontractor and Builder
Estimates given on all classes uf
mirk, whether snlall or large. Her.
sonal attention given  to ever;  ;*'''i-
PHONE GREEN 321
FREDERICK   PETERS,  IC.C.
Barrli t. .   Solicitor and Notai y Puolll
Offlc     ■■
EXCHANGE  BLOCK
of
Skeena Land  District — District  of
Queen Charlotte  Islands.
TAK.BI NOTICE that Andrew W.
MaeLean, of Prince Rupert, B, C.
occupation Carpenter, intent's to np-
uly for permission lo prospect for
coal ana petroleum over the following described lands on West Coast
it' eraaaia Island: Gommencing at
poet planted two tulles north of
the north-east cerner of Lot 243
t"w»siie north SO chains, tlience west
80 &h«ms, ttftenoe f>4»ith $0 chains
theace east. 80 ohains, to point of
commencement containing 640 acre's
more or less.
ANDREW   W.   MacLBAN.
Agent »Peter Piombo
located,   23rd   December,  1914
'keena   Land    District    -District
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKB N 'TICK that Peter Pionibo,
of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
Prospector, intends to apply tor permission to prospect for coal and petroleum over the following described
lands on the West Coast of Gra'hain
Island: Commencing at a posi plant-j
ed Ave mUes east and one mile north
of tho north-east corner of Lot 2436
thenci: north SO chains, thence west
SO chains, thence soutli SO chains,
thence east 80 chains, to point of
commencement, containing 040 acres
more or less.
ja29 PETER   PIOMBO.
Date located, 4th December,  1914.
LAND ACT.
DR. GILROY, DENTIST
Crown  and   Bridge  Work  ..
Specialty
Office:  Smith    Block,   Third   Avenue
A. FAILDS. M.I. M.E.
Consulting Mining Engineer
Examinations   and    development    ol
Coal, Metal, Oil. Etc.
709 Ounsmuii  St.       Vancouver, B.C.
Skeena Land  District  — District  o
Qneen  Charlotte  Islands.
For the House
i OI U
Delivered to your kitchen
door, like groceries
m
*/ .JL ib_jy
175,000,000 Bottles Yearly
That was thc demand for Budweiser last
year.
Thc Anheusor-Busch Plant covers today
moro than 142 acres—equal to 70 city
blocks. It (fives steady employment to
6,000 people, ami to 1,500 more lu its
branches.
Every process, every room, is immaculate.
Every boi lii nnd ii
This Quallty-PIa it, start,
ago, is ,t if,::■:■• <•'• modern I icll ties
The hundreds of visitors who gr<
every day know that nothing ol  ....
could bu made any butler than Budweiser.
t,   B.   C.
is to ap
TAKK   NOTICE   that.   Andrew    \V
MaeLean,   of  PrlTic.'   Rupert,   B
...'■ atj'-icl."   i|'.- ■.'. »a,:..j'.  iatentl
U-Jy   tor   iiarir.ission   to   pioepect    fo
cenii  aad  petroleum  over the  follcv-
iag   described   lnnds    on   the    Wesi
t'asaast   of   Oraho   iMaiisuu
Coast  of  Graham  Island:   Ooaimenc
ing at a poet planted one mile north
and two mi:«s e-ast of tho north-east
corner of Lot 2 4£3, UK-ace north  SO
chains, thenee west 80 chains, thence
south    SO    chains,    tienoo   oust    80
chains   to   point   of    oeuiineueciuent
containing 040 acres tti«r« »r le-'.'.
ANDREIV   W.  MuoI.BAN.
Agent,  Peter Piombo
loeated,  2>id  Dcxtember,  11)14
Skeena   Land    District—District    of
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE NOTIOE that Peter Piombo,
if Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for permission to proopect for coa! 'and petroleum over the following described
lands ou the Wost Coast of Graham
Island: Commencing at a : out plant-
e..l nhree uiHes norUi and one mila
oaat of tho north-east corner of Lot
24ST, tbence no:Ui 8fl chains, thence
east   SO    obininas,    thenoe    soutl     80
(AaaSiallK.      tilOIKC      ITOSt      90        OllililH.        'O
•xchit  of (XaaUuneneCatnent,   containing
04U neves mora or less.
.taJH . 921     "I. >'.!,(.
Bate li ■   smb.    3rd, 1914
RAIRDRESSINC
PARL0RC
M.'issage,   Manicuring,   Scalp   Treatment, Electric Treatments, Etc.
Mrs.   N. L.  Hnndasyde, Prop.
211 Third St. PRINCE Itl'PKR'I
Skeena    Land    District—Distr
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKK   NOTICE   that   I,   D.    Hogg
of  Queen  Charlotte  City,  occupation
Farmer, intend  to applj   tor  |        I
tion   to  purchase   lhe   following    de
scribed lands: Commencing al   . po
planted     al     the     south-west     cor
er of ! ooden    Island   in   Bearskin
Bay, theace   .aBterly thence norlher
Iy,  thenoe  westerly,   Ihence  si
y,  following shore  line  to  poinl    of
ommoiueivient. containing five acres
nore or less.
DANIEL  HOG: I.
Hated  «th February,  Hit". f!3
P.O. Bor 1714 Telephone 448
RITCHIE,   AGNEW: &   CO.
Civil Engineer!! and Surveyors
Prime   Rupert,   B.C.
Form  11.
Form of Notice
Skeena    Land    District—District    oi
Coast  Range 5.
1'AKE      NOTICE     that.     Edward
Cbtjslay,   Prospector,   of   Shames,  In
lends   to   apply   for    permission    to
ease   the   following   described   land:
. omineuoina.   al  a  post  planted one
.uarte:   ef a  mile east of Mile  Pos
83 of G.T.R. from  Prince Rupert o-
orth     batuudnry    line    of     railroad
right   oi'   way    and    aboul    one-half
nile eastwly  from  south-oast corner
if  Win.   Bison's,    tbence   north    10
halus. thsui'c wesi 10 chains, thence
soutli   10    cliains    ,tbence    ca«l     10
chains  to  the  point   of   commence-
I'.eat and containing  lt) acres   i
r less.
EDWARD  OHE    .BY,
Dated January  11.  1915.
HE  HlOfI   COS'l   Dl     l.l \ .
DVCODD BY Bt'aTTNO VOl I.
Bust   Oiutflry    Domestic    Lump    i't>:.i
.:,    .
f      liesi  QunHt! Sul
■ ..    ,. Island ;    ■
TAI  i"    IOTII
MacLi    I,  of  1 B:  C. pilK	
oeoupntl      ''       ni    , inl
'.::| Union  Transfer  Co.
Waterworks, Water Power, Wharl
aonstruction, Reports, Plans, Domln-
on  and   Provincial   Land   Surveying,
tJaleetrk Blue Printing, Negatives and
White   Prints
I'lnne Blue 183        Tic:    Phone 39J
LlNDSArSGARTAGE&STQRAGL
O. T.   P   CAHTAOE  AGENTS
331    SECOND   AVBNUE
JINGLE POT COAL
li< handled  by  us.  All orders recetv*
prompt attention   Phone tVo. 08.
Phone  03.
I'M.   Box  38.
Wc Cartage Limited
General   Teana.hg
Furniture   Moving   a   Specialty.
When you buy COAL buy the PEST
—- Ladysmith   Lump  or  Comox
isl ed  >,"iit.
The (lueen Charlotte
Oil Fields Limited
flllice will open  today lu  Uaiv-Iiutlet
Building foi   salt- of n limited
amount   of   Treasury   Shirk
OEO. !•'.   MACDONALD,   Bec.-Treai,
*
• Anheuser-Busch, St, Louis
Some of cho Principal.
Thc Largest Plant of Its Kind
In the World
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3 h> Buildings
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»MJ«iS| "III"/:!..! f^,ms«^rrr:^,'iW. ,?-,.,'"'.      ';fr3UJV,J
«o»l unci petroleum over
(ng described   lands   on   the
Coast .ham   Island;  Comm.
ling at a post planted one mile i
e.k<! two miles easl "f the north-east
;oorn«!' of Loi 243D, thonce. north 80
loheiu.s. Wioncc easl SO chains, thence
'south 80 cliains, thence west SO
chains, to point of commencement
containing B40 acres more or less.
ANBRHW   VV,  .MacLEAN.
IR Agent,   Peter  Piombo
t>nte located, 28rd December, 1914.
HAYNER BROS
Pioneer Funeral  Directors and
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APERHANGING
AINTING
OLISH1NG AND
WALL TINTING
nun,
Martin Swans
;■ ...,,.        er Iv.       hai on the
£rst day of April next application
will be made tw the superintendent
of Provincial Police aud to tho
Board of License Ooinmissioners foi
the City of Prince Rupert for per
mission to change the site of the
Iwholesale liquor business now car
vied on by the undersigned company
from its present premises, namely
Lots 10 and 17, Block 11, Section 1
situate on Second Avenue, City o I
' Prince Rupert, to premises situati
on   Lots   15   and   ' ".   Bloi      32,    Sec
on 1, on Fr:    r Street,
of Princ.   Ic. ■
Dated ibis 27th of February, A.D
1915.
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©F ASSESSING!
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of cm.
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of  Hie  New   Principles
Intro
(liiit'il by the System
in Use.
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The  new  form of  assessment   ilc-
:  ed  ui on at Regina has   attracted
widespread  attention   and   many  en-
quit i. s    hai"   been    reci i.e.]    from
.    Han  ' Ities    or   .:,    ■',     of   th.
sch. me. A. W. Pool, flnam e eommis-
■   for the City of  Regina, when
:   I ed   for    a   slatenioni     as    to    lhe
itlin .1 it in  the following
words:
1  have  nol Ic. ■■    om.   con
... ,   • ,
lure in   a
ment h. ■ of an expel I-
S  in nl,    inder   which    tl e    ral lyers
Rhone   ' I
b ling  allowed   to   ma] e   tin     as-
Munagei
GOVERNMENT WEATHER
H1*I1*GRT.
I iiiiilstietl   by   I'.   W.    Powlmi'..
For  2 4  hours ensing 5  p.m.
April  13.
Bar.  reduced to sea level.... 30.040
Highest   temperature     4S.0
Lowest ■ temperature    42.0
Rain     13
SY'NOPSIS      OP      COAL      MINING
REGULATIONS.
Coal raining rights of the Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan an-i
Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the
.Northwest Territories and a portion
;of the Province of British Columbia,
may be leased for a term of twenty-one j«sars at an annual rental of
$1 per acre. Not more than 2,560
acres will be leased to one applicant.
Applifcations for a lease must be
nrsde by the applicant in person to
the Agent or Sub-Agent of tbe district iu which the righls applied for
are sltuatea.
$  sessmenl   for   I! Is   .car.   This  is  en-
4000. '0 000044004040401 .I'"''-'' ■■< misconception, ; - the change
'-.ill sytem is not an experiment 111 any
showing unit values of the then assessment throughout the whole city
and Inviting any criticism or suggestions, thus giving all concerned
full information as to values and an
opportunity to place on record any
suggestions which they may eare to
in:.he. It is hoped in this way to obtain an annual assessment giving
general satisfaction to the ratepayers and at the same lime to give the
:■■■' ttesl  possible publicity lo the as-
■■".".. I,.ell    BgUl i '
II  is felt ihat  from the Investors'
and  bond   holders'  point of view  the      The   Person    operating    the    mine
.,     .    .      ' Shall furnish the Agent  with   Bworn
assessment is the basis of the secur-retlJrns    accounting    foi     ihe    full
which lhe city has to offer for Us :<wa:iti,.y of mercbi     al It    oal      n   .
bonded  indebtedness,   and  that    any
In surveyed territory tbe land
lust be described by sections, or
legal subdivisions o" sections, and
In unsurveyed territory the tract applied for shall be staked out by the
applicant  himself.
Bach application must be accompanied by a fee of "fl, whicli will be
refunded if the rights applied for
are not available, but' not otherwise. A royally shall be paid on the
nu''..;!.;.in:ihie output of rlie mine at
I the rate of live cents per ton.
which meets with
ind    produces   an
NOTICE.
The Canadian Panioiic Fund,
\* ill those who need assistance
fiom the above fund, residwit in Wie
city or district and whose breadwinner is on active service with Hie
forces  of  the  Empire  or  her
way, but merely an  adaption of the
'   :a already ill vogue in a number
of  the  larger    American    cities   and
j which    has   been   proven   a   success
over a number of years. Neither is it
system, therefore,
..' neral   approval
assessment undoubtedly based on actual   realty   values  will   be   entirely
NOTICE is hereby given that ou
the 23rd day of March next applica
lion will be made to the SuperU.
teudent ot" Provincial Police and to
the Board of License- Commissioners for the City of Prince Rupert for
permission to remove tbe license for
the sale of liquor by wholesale from
the premises known as Lots 15 and
Iti, Block 32, Section 1, siluate ..t
Frazer Street ill the City of Prince
Rupert, to the lands described as
Lots 19 and 20, Block 23, Section 1,
on Third Avenue in (be said City of
Prince  Rupert,
DATED   this  20th  day  of   Febru
ory,  1915,
PBINCK  RUPERT  IMPORTING CO.
LIMITED.
\V.  11. Marshall.  Manager
f:: 1 iiiai'2-.' Applicant.
%    "        >■,
F~
NOTIC
m_
in
CAM .'ILLATION
Ol<
[kindly notify   the secretary   of   the
local organization.
correct that the departure allows the
''at .ravers  or  a  certain    number   of:
The  lease   will  Include   the   coal
milling  rights  only:   bur the    lessee
may be permitted In purchase whatever available surface rights may be
sans;';;.:ory  and  will assist in main- considered   necessary   fo.'  the   work-
taining the reputation  for conserve- lnS o£ tne miUfc at  the rate of   SHI
.per acre.
tism  and sound  flnam ing   which, as      ,-,„    ,. ,,    ,  .
I'or   lull    iiitoriiia.it.il    application
1  have  already  mentioned,  it  is   be-,should  be made to the Secretary   of
the Department of the interior,   Ot
tawa,   or   to   any   Agent    or    Sub-
and  pay the royalty  thereon. If the RESERVE.
coal mining rights are not being op-      NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
■ rated,  such   returns  should   be  fur L,      „ .   .
nisftod  at  least once a  yeV. I Reaer'e  existing    on    Detention
Island by reason of a Notice published in the British Columbia Gazette on
the 30th of May. 1912, is hereby can
'     'WO ' a   3
M.M.S.A.
Masters and Muds prepared
for examination. Compass ad-
juster.
Phone Red •"><>'.'
"NAUTICAL   ACADEMY"      $
Helgerson Block, opposite     g
Royal   Hotel
00*000 aoiKiiWjMiiafitt-mKrtiMHKi'
iWW WO-TKH3 O0O0O 00 CHWHJ 000 00 0
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES  |
For Rent
I
I.I'ASOXAI'LI'    KATES 5
tf
W. E   COLLISON,
P.O. Ilox 78
Skeena   Land    District—IMstsrict    of
them  being taken  only  as   a   guide
and check for tbe Assessor   and As-'1"
sessmenl  Departmenl  in arriving   at ~
the assessment.
The  underlying theory  of the   de-
lieved  that  Regina possesses, and
is with  this in view that  the change
in   the  assessment  system   has   been
iSkeena   Land    District—District    of
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
Queen  Cliailot-te  Islands.
partures  that  the assessment   figures
TAKE NOTICE that Peter Piombo,
TAKB NOTICE that Peter Piombo,
of  Prince  Rupert,,   B.C.,   ooooywtloa
Prospector, intends to ayiply tor pei' 'i
mission to prospect tor coal aad Be-
troleum ovor Ihe following dtSBWilwrt
lands on  the Went Coast of ©raham
Island:  Cosiinoiruing at  a p«at planted  live miles oust of tjlie   nnwth-eftWt
corner  of  Lot,  2435,  thonce  «a*  »i [experts,
"bains,   thonce    south     SO     .thaiou,! »,-„  cjtjp
t'hoaoe west SO chains, thenae n«r*h!
SO   chains,   to  point   of   ooimswinae-j1" the administration of lis   finances mont' containing
ment, containing 640 acres aiore or Und  city business generally, and
less. ,
;.,2ii PHT13R   PIOMBO.      new   departure  in   assessment   is.
 —— my opinion, in line with it
Skeena   Land    District—LHstatet    of I Ti  .
alive policy. It  Is generally concded ■
should have the widest possible pub-! Prospector, intends to apply for per-
botl,   in   the  initial   and    fni"l \mifion t0  Prospect for coal and pe-
Itroleum over the to'.low.ng described
singes of preparation, and  thai  this lands on the West Coast of Graham
is a desirable practice is, I think, en- IsIand':  Commencing at a post plant-
led  five  miles  ejist of  the  north-oast
dorsed   by  practically  all  excessment'corner of Lot  2<P2h, thence north SO
Regina  has,  amongst   west- jehalns,     thtnoe     west     SO     chains,
i(hence  south   SO  chains,  tlience oast
3, a name for  conservatism [80  chains,  to   point   of   commence-
040  acres more or
" lja2H                         PETER   PIOMBO.
I" I     Dale located, December 4th, 1914
conserv-1 	
QncEin   Otmrlo+te  Islands.
'''AKE NOTICE that leter Piaurto, jthat tbe western cities are now pass-
of  l.'wnee  Rupert,    fl-.C,   ooojipation i.  ,.,,,..
ictor, intends to appfir for »e^;,n=   tnrouen    "ie    same    stage    or
I   lion to prospect  tor    "n.l and pe- growth   Ihat  the cities  of  the   west
Skeena -Land    District—District;    of
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE NOTICE 'Aat Peter Pionibo,
(.:' Priuce Rupert, B.C., occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for per
mission to prospect for ooal and petroleum over the following described
lands on the West Const of Graham
Island: Commencing at a pos.. planted four miles east and one mile
north of the north-east corner ot Lot
.chains,  to  point  of   commeneement,j"" ' 12435, thence north SO ohains, thence
Icontaining i 40 acres more or less.     |tate speculation. Regina, in common k^st   SO    ebains,   thence   south    SO
Agenl  of Dominion Lands.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy   Minister of the  Interior
lioynl Naval College of Canada.
Iroleura over the following described .
lands o„ the West Ooaai of Graham c,n  Ptnteh   ol ,,,e D' ""   A'   Passed
Island:  Commencing at a post utent- through fifteen or twenty years ago,
0(1 "Ve mT-e£ t«K0M,tbV^;^insisting   of   periodic    booms   an.
corner ol l„si 2435, thenoe north 80
chains, thenca east SO chains, thenee depression     the  booms   being    gen
south   80    ohains,    thenco    west    BO
"rally  speaking,  caused   by  real  es-
T111 .
Continental Trust
Company
SMXHKIU! :,       '   W3WXKKHJ
:!:'
Dale
PETER   PIOMBO.
located, Decombor 4th, 15914.
wiih  lho other rilies  of lhe western  chains,   thence   east    SO
The Morning Journal
50c. per month
provinces, suffered from inflation of
its realty assessment as a consequence of Ihe 1012 boom In real estate; and while the inflation was not
very great, ii was generally recognized   as  being  undesirable,   and    ii
cliains,    to
containing
Skeena  Land  District — District of
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
'!.' KE  NOTICE  tl al    Andrew   VV
Haul..'mi. nl" Prinee Rupe',t, D.C., oc
nipation Carpenter, intends to apply
or permission  lo prospeel   for   coa
nd petroleum over the following de
cribed  lands on  the  West   Coasl  of
i ,-. ham   Island:    Commencing   Bi   ■■,
post  planti :  "■" miles north of the such  as the present,  ■
north      • of Lot 2433, thence
iv.v        si thence   east    80
cii.-i:,,      then oitth     so   chains,
I hen."   w    I  80  .      ins   to    point   of
,     . ,     ,      enl, con   lining H4II aeres
ore .
ID LEW   '.'■.'.   MacLEAN.
II a 'agenl.  Peter  Piombo
Oa   ■ ]■"■ ited    " Ird  l" .-. inner,  191 4.
point of commencement
G I 0 icr is more or less.
a29 PETER   PIOMBO.
Dale located, December 4th,  1914
The next examination for the entry of Naval Cadets, will be held at
tfte examination centres of the Civil
Survl&e Gotmilssion in May, 191,1
mict'oa..ful candidates joining the col
lege on or about 1st August. Applications for entry will be received up
to 16th April by the Secretary, CIVil
fleTTlee Commission, Ottawa, from
wfcona blank entry forms can now be
©stained.
Candidates for the examination in
May next must be between the ages
of fourteen and sixteen on the 1st
July,  11T15.
Further details can be obtained on
application to the undersigned,
G.  J. DESBARATS,
deputy Minister of the Naval   Service
Department of the Naval Service,
Ottawa, .laiiuafy  8th,  1915
Unauthorized publication of this
advertisement, will not. be paid for.—
72858. jagg
JAMES GILNORE
'keena   Land   Dislrict
iKti>OOOi>i3iKK;OOOOiWi>i>oai>aO'i>"<.'.'.''    •:" '     . c-tS ajHWMnKi
RUPERT MARINE !R(
SUPPLY CO., LI.-;." D
villi;) IIONT,    I'l.IMI'   Itfl'KKT
I'NGINI'I'IIS,     MACHINISTS    AND   '•'A( !l!:<III!V  OOXTHAOTOR8
Specialists  in  MiuInt.  Power  Planti, Oil, Hlonni,        : . inline.
II. c. ('(inst Agents for the llritish Kuni.bout Heinl-Dlcwl <>il '•»-
aiine—tlie most reliable luid econonilcnl, und llio chenpesl
powoi' for Iisbing boats,  tugs and passenger vessels,
Manila;.i  Qui   Engine Company's ISm^noa and Parts in BtocJt.
District  of
Queen   Charlotte  Islands.
rAICB   NOTICE  that    Andrew    W„
I.MacLetwi,  of  Prince. Rupert,    B.    C,
was fell that a period of depression, occupation  Carpenter, intondB to apply   for   permission   to   prospect    for
coal  and  petroleum over tho follow'
opportune time to re-adjust and plate the
a li ssmenl on a sound basis of actual really values in normal times,
antl having so placed il to endeavor
lo retain that basis of valuation; anil
as   a lirainary,    a   considerable
numb. of ihe ratepayers, selected
as having knowledge oT really value:;
\. er. . ' "larize.l and Invited to i x-
pri an opinion na to tin v lue nl
ii, In   pro ndlcaled  in   ■ arl
ing described lands on the West.
Coast of Graham  Inland:   Commenc-
ng at a post planted two miles north
and one mile east of tbe north-east
corner of Lot 2486, thence north »0
chains, t'lenco east 80 chains, thence
south   '.a    chains,    thence    west    80
bains In point of common.'.'men!,
containing 640 acres more or less.
ANDREW   W.   MacLEAN.
IIS .'.rent.   Potor  Piombo
Dale loi.-ie.'.  r-::'.!  December, 1014.
.
In
Skeena   l.and    District—District   of
Queen   Charlotte  Islands,
'! AK.B NOTICE thai  Peter Piombo,
 la   i'i||,;.'"I   Priuce   Rupert,   B.C.,   occupation
r
Inrll      .;f   Hit
..ns   porl Ion.
    !.. il.
n  rnl     l
opinions ap] eai   to have been 1    c;
..ii  careful  consideration  and experl  j j  j .
knowledge and are aatisfactory from "'
the  point  ol' \ i.'.v of tl
Department,
ARCHITECT
Second   Aie Near  MtTlrltle St
HOTEL DIRECTORY
Mfemtaers   of  the  Prince   Rupct
idcoiisot! Vintners' Association
WINDSOR    HOTEL
Oo».  ol'  Firu Ave. niul   Eligbth  St.
Vi'. H. Wright,  Prop.
HOTtSL CENTRAL
First  Ave. ami  Seventh  St..
"itiiropean  and  American   Plant
81.00 to $2.60 Per Daj
Peter   Black.   Prop.
V   se Slilent ',,;
The next step was the appolntmenl
i'l'ospeotor, Intends to apply (or per
mission  to prospect  for coal and petroleum over the following described
ui.ds on  i       1,'esl  Coast tf Graham
:t.dicing at a post plant-
orth of tlie north-easl
. 137, thence north SO
nntl
"
i.
"iiinii ;:
..!' a strong as icnl  board of five pi29
members,  tour of whom  are private.'
dl Izi ns  and   noi   connected   in    any
.' ith   11."   civic   ad minis! ration,
This board  will, from  the data sup-'
chains, thence
thence    west.    80
commencement
more or less.
■ It   PIOMBO.
e;  3rd, 19'
ISO   YEARS'
EXPEHIENCE
KNOX HOTEL
I'li'sl     Ave.    Between    "fight!
Ninth
Ruropeon  Plan:   lititw 50c to sun
Per Da;
Bcasncr   it   Besner.   Props.
celled.
R.  A.  RENWICK,
Deputy .Minister 11 Lands
Department of Lands,
Victoria, H.C.,
October  10th,  11U4.       o2 I
"W&WiKiitiWiKHKK. rH»oiKiO'i«aH>0
GUARANTEE!
American  Silk
HOSrKRY
WE   WANT   VOU   TO   KNOW
THESE  HOSE
They stood the test when all
others failed. They give real
foot comfort. They have no
seams to rip. They never become loose and baggy as the
shape is knit ln, not pressed In
They are GUARANTEED for
fineness, for tftyli, for superiority of material and workmanship, absolutely stainl is,and to
wear six month:, without holes
or replaced  by uew paira free.
Our Free Offer
To every one sending us 50c
to cover shipping charges, we
will send, subject to duty, absolutely   free:
Three pairs of our famous
men's A M E R 1 C A N SILK
HOSE with written guarantee,
any color, o-
4 Three  pairs  of   our    Ladles'
5}   Hose,  lu   .alack,  Tan  or   White
5 colors, with written guarantee
S DON'T DELAY—Olfer ex-
8 plies when dealer in your loft cality is selected. Give color
Sj and size desired.
g The International Hosiery Co,
S 21 Bittner Street
2   Dayton, Ohio . U.S.A.
■^«-Ott«fi^o«ooi>aaa3CHsa<H^05
CKH«Htr«HKH»0l»l^
|    THE HOST tOMf ORTABLE
| TOURING CAR
§ IN THE CITY
5   Answers till culls (lay nntl nijilu
Phone 99
o  stand:    Hotel   Prince   Rupe
a
aCH>!Kl-&a»l}lWlW GiKlfl «>^
New Wellington
-*« ,.
■
■ ii
si, ol, Iron, Oil In  II     ,1...,   ,..,'
Columl Inn ., Dynann    -
Marino Acccass iries. 1
ft    Hop . t and slulf for Bnurtiiuti ami »W|» re-
g pairs,
| P.O. BOX MG TMMXmUIE M3
15
l>pi»i>00<iOl«aiK10lKi**ODO«Oa>atvcaOila^^
1  by the r;     ■      and thai   mi
;"'i   '■!    :'"
nltlal ■ enl
b.        on i to public
Ion,  ; '■ !   ivhi h
will h I
nl   in If  It Is 1
■   lem  .     ;•'.'  rail; ai tdry
! ii..   M' ihod ' ' ■■'      ■    ':       to 1    In
19.1 fi and  following  years will be to
|sond to each ratepayer, with his Tax
Notice  for I:,.' cm rent nn
Trade
04        rtGH    '
lending anl r
fiununr fiaportaln oor opiirtoii rreo • i
i-i-;*'i[.'v' tn pro!»'■:.17 ■-■ -■!'''
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Sde»fiifcll"
VAjiyiwiaio'a .J.:t*A-a... Lai .
f*.viottv-i -X mr nm/HxtiAu -mux ml    To ..■   % ,
.-rM.-.T-», *:.:•■ n jrwu, pu«u*f(J i«^aM,   1*i-\ b\
ft nir'-*>atU*M*'»i-
1{M 1 fty l»ft*Me*Mjj1$g}g T-v.^
^"ICn OlSlt'ta.'aaa* fa' 1>U '..laJtttaUlaaaat. XJ. ti,
IOMPlil'.SS  HOTE3.
.1. Y. Rochester V.  I). C'nsley
Third  Ave. Between Sixth a'id
Hevcnth  StM.
European  Pltin;   'Me. to   SI   Per  Day
ROYAL HOTEL
Oorley aV Burgess, Props.
Third   Amu  iintl   Sixth   St.
ICuropean Plan Steam Heated
B1JAVER     WHOIaESUtE     WQlTOll
CO.,   1.IMI t'KIl
Second   Ave.  and  Sixth   St..
Phone   102
uS-rUfll  If.'PKRT I-n*()HTINfl CO,
I/PiHTIall
Krasor and Slxih Sin
I'bnnc   7
lhe Iju-.iiiie Household Conl
Cleanest, Brightest and Best
Rogers & Albert
Second Avenue
Phone 1 iu

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