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The Journal
¥5 00
a year
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as:
Job
Printing
vol. v.
PRINCE RUPERT, B. C, FRIDAY, APRIL 2,  1911
Price   5   Cents.
\
NO.   122.
j.  . i...
'■"   y
Russians Made Decided
Gains Against Austrians
In  The Carpathians
Petrograd, April 1.—An official report says: "On the front on the west
bank of the Niemen we gained an
important success.   '
"In the Krasna region the enemy
began a rapid retreat. They are being obstinately' pressed by our
troaops.
"In the Carpathians our offensive
has been continued with very substantia] results. After wading
through snow up lo our loins; after
climbing almosl perpendicular precipices, after finding their way through
forests whicli were fortified against
their approach by wire entanglements, our troops dislodged the
Austrian* step by step from their
trenches and c i, tured Serves, together with the fortified heights in
the Carpathians. We captured eighty j
officers, 2,600 men, four guns, and
fourteen  machine guns.
"In the din cl Ion of Choi In s< \ eral
Austi Ian  battalions
by  us and  partly exterminated.   Wei
l
captured    I 500    Austrian    survivors
after Hi.   battle."
RENEWS   IMMIGlLVriON "     i
ORDER-IN-COUNCIL
MORE   SENATORS   ARE   DESIRED.
Sir   Robert  Borden   to   Request   an
Amendment   to   Constitution
Six from British Columbia.
Sir Robert Borden has given notice of a resolution in the form of
an address to the King for an
amendment to the constitution. It
asks that the British North America
Act, 1867, be amended, first to increase the number of senators from Died in Vancouver
72 to 96. Although 72 was tbe niim-j The death occurred at the family
ber fixed in 1SG7", there have been residence, 2127 Chambers Street,
several   increases    since    up    to    the alter   a   protracted    illness,    of   Mrs,
Allies Are Successful
On The Western Front
Against The Germans
Paris, April 1. An
nouncemenl says: "The
artillery   duels   in   the
official an-
'■e have been
Woevre    dis
trict. To the west of the Forest of
Lepetre we occupied tlie village of
Fdyenhaye and maintained our positions despile several counter-attacks.
"In   Lorraine   and  in   the    Vosges
there   has   been   nothing   lo   report."
present total of 87.
The  amendment  will thus  provide
an Increase of nine. The nine will he!ver  World,
made   up   by   Increasing   the    repra- resident   ef
George  ,1.   Jones,  wife  of  the    well-
known  contractor,  says  the  Vancou-
Deceased   had   been   t
tho city   for   lite   pasl
sentation of Manitoba from four to
six, of Saskatchewan from four to
six, of Alberta frm four to six, and
■ i   British  Columbia  from   three   to
.'ii:.
twenty-six years, and leaves, besides
her husband, a son, u brother and
sister, Mr. J. T. Moore, of Prince
Rupert, and Mrs. Margaret. Ritchie.
She was "•! years of age.
QUIET WEDDING WAS
CELEBRATED   LAST   EVENING
Mr. Francis Davies and Miss Doivnu .1
United   in  Wedlock.
British Steamer Blown
Up Without Warning
By German Submarine
ORATORIO WILL  BE GIVEN
HERE THIS EVENING
Die    Crucifixion   Is   to   Be
in  the  Mt'liit.tljst
Church.
Hindered
r. isl
A   rtuit't   weddln -   too] ce
evening In the Baptist Church when
Mr. Francis M. Davies and Mis-.
Myrtle Florence Downard were nni!-
r.l In-marriage. The ceremony was
performed by Rev. W. M. Wright,
pastor of the church.
Mr.   Davies  is   well   known   in   the   '"    "
time, being employed   in   Wrathall's;'vork is m"st appropriate.
Bookstore.    The   bride comes   from      The second part of the programme
Winnipeg, but she has been resident  is   of   a    miscellaneous   nature   and
New Haven, April 1.- -The British
learner Sevenseas has been torpedo-
led l..\ a ileiinan submarine off
Be ' .,- i lead wltl oul warning, El. v-
en of the crew of eigh , en wi re
drowni •!. The fori i ot be explosion
v. as  so greal   i hat  the funnels   were
In ti He ■••■ Isl C,
evening Sir John Stalner's oratorio
The Crucifixion will be ten lered by
the choir of the church which has
been augmented considerably for the
On   the  occasion  of  Good
ll'lown off and a big hi-   toi i,  In the
in   Prince   Rupert   some    time    also.
She was  formerly  a  member  of  IheUiiusie. •'! I ^ .-   ,    i.iion of The Cruci-
Rupert     General      Hospital
'rince
staff.
The .wedding   was   attended    only
by   the   immediate    friends    of
bride and groom.
contains    some     beautiful     paBsion
-'■ a nn i 's    i le,  causing  her   to    Ink
in three min iti   .
'i'i:--   survivoi     . landed    In re
by a destroyer.
BRITISH  CAPTURED TENDER
I'OR   GERMAN   SUBMARINES
Dutch    Siea i-  Willi    Oil    (art...    Is
Seized—She   iia.I   Xo ,
Papers.
flxion   marks an  ejnii-h   in  the development of this city and it  Is gratif;
in ■   to  kn'ow  it   can   nil-"   Iti    , lace
the with   other  cities  even    in    ma!
musical.
AL POSSIBILITIES ARE GREAT
KITSUMKALM VALLEY AM
Dominion    (Government       Indicates
Thai   Laborers   antl   Artizans
Will   Be  Excluded  Till \
September 30.
Thousands Of Acres Of Good Land Awaiting Those Who Will Go in And
Prepare Ii For  Producing  Finest Vegetables And Farm Products To
/ ~ Supply  The   Local Market—-Considerable   Progress  Is  Being   Made
The  Dominion   Government   gives a_,v»j^^   j ^ ^ <.,
n»i in the Canada Gazette And  Good  Results  Have  Been  Obtained
the  Order-in-Council   prohibiting  the 	
landing of artizans and  laborers in;    Tho, 0 eratlon of llK, <;, T. p.   aa tlon   with   The   Journal   l .si    .veel
London, April   l.    Thi      our. e   ..f
is pplles  of ili-   Gerjnan   submarines
1   ved    ,'    a\     In  --I  cul   off   by
th       captni'i     toda.i    nf   the    Dutch
, ii ei   Lodi v-ijk    Van    Nassau    off
Hi ighl m. arrested
vessel, whl led e am! had
i,i   ;,-, teni -i    - i1 i.        ::,u
-    upon   Slit   ■    '      cargo eff fuel
I] and i        ■  ■ i       llosl    of
lerm
•Wl I IIIDA   HE I I'i' ED TO
HAVE  HEEX   A   SPY
Ho Posed us .i  Ituyer of Supplies fi
the I'lt'iiih Army.
a   comiiie'i
cial    proposition    is '"■'"■''■   "■ '    '■  '  could,   1:-   '"'-'' ■'"   :' I, but is li   '   -     fin    I     il    vitl   the    It;    for   loading   on
British Columbia will be renewed on
April   I   for another six  months.
„,, ,, ,, •    changing  the aspect   of the   country,
i'i.-  preamble says the   course  Is ,   ,;;..,    ,.,_:.,    aow    brlng   the
taken   und  r  I   ctlon   38  of  the   Ini-j through  which it pusses.   The valley |( ,(i.,)..pi; .......     .,.    .    ,e
ml tion Act in view of the present of  the  Kitsumkalum  is an  eviden ,
Well-kept   Earins.
overcrowded state of lhe labor mar-',,,- the result of tne giving of railway'
,   .   ,    _ ,,, ,   _ ,     .. I liroughoul   th. li -    n-  •     m
ket  "'   '•'""'!'  Co,umb,a; facilities.   Tiiiv   pari   of the  district^    «„.*,„,     ,    -
x   ii;   ''    ;     ' "      ot   entry,   asj,g fas    ,      ,  v  ;:,n,,, <lf a
follows.  Is annexed:
[many monthi   of  bard  labor on   the
Vancouver, Ganges Hart.or,  Pater-
pros - rou ■   [in    lug  i-ui'Miiiini1 y.
■  of the owners.    Going   11..
'! hi   ci op ill--  not get a very good ed inl lley,  An arran
Pal Is,   i'ii Eviden.
nccuinulal Ing    to i
-   - - ,- .
ise  l of  Li
rnlne,        ,   .
as   fi       '.   ;.s
: ■
-
'■   ''-imp    li        li    the   vallej    I       iti tl n oulj  a |   i   of tilt   - li
He    ex]   cts    '-ii :-'i-     ■ the cars would hav.   to bo made also, j
,  ..:■ .'V,   to plow >'  ■   ■ "   ,',-: Iiivestigutioii   Vecess  , ■
: ■ the  I ■'■! •' ;.   ,-., had an
ag     o| -.     I     ■   ; i    ,   -i  - ence  In   tilling the -";1  ii   I    ■■   den!
plant I       ares nil Lhi re ia  rooi
mitin ,-   ■  -    with    i I ,!,!. | i, ... i,,,,   ,.      on    r the soil pro ' '    ""
nd small fi ireei    the    rei tii . In  the ralle
lew of glvii
! ... -
11 -ii '■ - in b
son,  VI 'a ergi ove,
I    - In re   ire    i'i        -,,      - ,,.    Ba I    -    llttl      n
New Wes! itnsl Gntov ay, R; km '■
Nan ilmo G I ' Porks, lo land,
tunll Ion, Slew-
in", Pi - [Tnlon
|:-i i     \ -,   ix,   Ken an os,    Upper    Sn
ot acres  there  all   lending   ll    the  railway  on  either si.!    . -,
If ti   .     ■ -   ning in i ne fo      era! areas I ha!  Iiave during -   -
yeai   bei n  I  Ivallim
llld ,       - -. .:
or another.
Clearing   Sol   Hard
mas      Atlin,     '■ Ingsgate,      Waneta,      ..-.-.  |e the cloa inn of land In I    -
for   in odi clni    sin   Hi      for    Pi i
.'ith
1 e, country        ■ ,  . .,-.
bi
a the ti inent'    Thi
* ii
: i    -i  and ol iiei  centri s.
.,: ,
Cliilliwack,  I    In    .     icific Highway, J province is;;' best nol an easj   task,'" iest pra.
Bridesvllle,   Myneaster, White   Bock, UG  lan ,„   -,,i; umkalum  lend, '    '   [*'  "'   ** '  Ho will nol  take anj  ci   ,- of ...
Chopakn,   Ladysmlth,   Mission   June- ,tgelf   ,„   clearlng   operations    n,,,,.,, |l*a*e expended a lot of labor dn l  -     ,      ,     : ;i ' , L
io. destroy
Hell    - - i.i.
■   ... i ' K.    Leo
.    i Hoop, r,   '•:
\    • ll. ■ ■' -
I.     I.f   1 ll
, ,1    in     _,- rged with I
rmai :
:it    and
tion,    Carson,    Midway,    Porl     Mc- ..,,,-,-.    . . .i;i,.   iimn ,i0<.,a BOme  other
Nichol,   C    cade,    Itevenson,  Whales j sections of the country.
Isl;:
Osoyoos,  Powell  Biver, Alberni.
lwnort'|     Mr, Gilbert, who went on the land
near Terrace last rail, has proved i
Ible in clear tlie, land ready for
[cultivation  for $100  an acre.   While
in   his "Btumpini       u i.   Ion f i
done  I lie  cosl    has   aven
!-. n-acre    plotB,    Which    ha' e    bet n
red enl irely of stumps, rea,I
oi chards, On I be opposite side of thel
n committed
No Paper Tomorrow.
Owing   i"  ■   '      being ( po 1    Friday   nnd   : I'iday
trai ic Mr. Prank Clapp of this
has a ten-acre plot entirely cl.
and  a  good    pari   Bel    oul    In
have the gf
rich the soil.
Manure  l>   N led,
The  soil  of   the
j parts seems  I
I tl t h <
will  be no issiu   of 1 he Journal  to-  i In     ',:'■ hei  tl   n i1 i . li - -
mi   I ed  by ■ ■■; eri ni e,   and   in   con i er
IXlffl^mKKK'-t'fctt-a^ •'■-  .■■I'HWMaWHMti'WB*. ..
*
\       May Be Mayoralty Contest
0 • ' '• " ■ ■   ■ ten d i
n
O    hi '- ; ilderman of Ity   for   tin
ntest.    T      ex-nmvor, S. M.
I will also be a i
4000- .'. —ymK~iKH~»>>o-ooGv&04.0=00V^ '-■
i rees.
Made Quick Showing,
tweeu the railway      I the I
• j|   benches Mr. Gill in a no1
showing lha!  would nyon. nil boi
i   a  farm.   1 ■
,'anc"ii- er last i I after
ley camo to I i-ll "
elusion lie would
rted       In Ai
liad between thn ml
four acres of bis land clear i       tin I.'t.        to
lOOttocoeoo-.-.coooii'o. -i.>gov: ..   ... >
£'■ ■.«•.'      ',       .    '."..  ",- ll   ; aV:.. i'-i.   '-,
valley saj  that
:.'     . e
'
tl   :
.'laOaXiSHKl
avaaaa ,  ■      ^
j r.i.i
April
PRINCE    RUPBRT    JOURNAL
mil ■iiima.aMir* nnrorm-miimitjaMwaMBiM
prince ttupcr Jmtml GERMANS WILL BE
 J^L2!L===    BACk by MAY DAY
ti   ll. Mil,SON, Editor.
	
Offlce:    12S   Third    Avenue    East, HAROLD   BEGII1E  SAVS   GERMAN
-,-,,. ,    UcBridi   Street. Telephone 13S;
Posto'fice  Boa DEMOCItACV    WILL    HAVE
DAILY   EDITION. SECOND   THOVGHTS.
Ptii,:'    . |        i i-v   morning
Monday. Delivered by  carrier In
ct1 wing  i - e, if    '. e   "  ' """'"'
advan.
On.    year        '    '
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Contains about 2%  lbs.
Product No.
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an I i it will b. gin.
il i,:,,'.i   belii i - I
I lie    lory    is
because  Kii.li-
i cl    speak    iu    historical
1 ::u r,
A
behind    this
i "'■> tomatii   of  two  things
'     '  posed   in   Lord
Itsumkalum   is  1 ill   |;   ,. , ner|  and   ,,,„  g€neral   realiza-
on t will n
ti   h
$1.80
SPLENDID  FOR  PLUMBERS
Tin- salt of Product No. HI) is BtricWy 5
eontined    to    the    high-class    supply S
houses,   its  cost  of manufacture  is 5
therefore   not  affected   by   Dept.    or $
"price cutting store" influence   that X
30 often drives manufacturers to the a
use  of  inferior  chemicals   and    pro- x
Nor  Is  the  dealer allowed  to 5
reduce the retail price under penalty X
of    having    his    supply    terminated, n
A POWERFUL SOLVENT FOR j
CLOGGED UP DRAIN PIPES
"HP" destroys iiccumailutioin   if  lint,          clotlis,    hair,   Mini.'.    '
grouse,  vegetables,  soap, .fi ntJiers.   li  Is harmless m   0
Hues    lumbing, g
'     I   ARGUE li   \'l    PUT I    IT   g
'fills mreparal ie. eessful    in   i leai I
na thai  it ts boughl a those    who   tim e   i
■  11   li ii. im--             i e actual i bndition  es-
' ee, within a pipe, it ii -.- ■   tactur-
er or the deal.
CHEMICAL PRi NEW YORK
'•'OR SALE
HARRY HANSON
\ >.■-.'      Till-:    KliLI IRLE   PLU-UBEIi
EOR    THE    3EST  IN   PLU.MRING   AND    HEATING    PHONE    JSU   t
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popularity of the IsjsWaWWMHlJKWaWJiKHW&iSao^
;   ui   that   tlie  war is  going  to lasl   a
atricultural  and    horticultural  iim„  ;i,;l,.
Wi 'i   - citj   ind go to ma
this a pro , iro is rity. iftei a i isil
to the valley which I'm ins one of
our easies iched farm reas we
are - , ong] - In lined to tin neces-
sity an     Kpert   on   i lie
lain! tor some months to study the
l if  treatin      the    sol!
theri   to get   the la   i   results. There
are all kind   ": I hi  n lei  advanced on
- round with respi        i the treal
niei.i   ths!   ii in- "I. d.   \  soil chemist
that  tvould asci rtaii exacl  needs
oil  would  he of Incali ulable
beni      ti   i:.-       mors
Tin   farnu r tin        es on land
In  British    Cu        . i    h
1 en I of hi e
Tlie Coven I
li
-
1
Bul   whether  il   really   will   last    a
long  time  is  another   question.     In
March  or  April or .May—-.May at tbel
Jateat   certain   well-informed    peo-
: pie look for the Germans to be back
Coal, Cement, Plaster and Brick
AND A C0I1PLETE LINE OF BUILDERS* SUPPLIES
* ■
In Germany; and when that consuin-^
ir.ii tit in  is reached tailors other than
military ones  will certainly begin to
operate  i'or ending tbe war. It may
In   thai   the  German  people—so en-
tirely is individualism  in  that country under Hie  martial  heel  of   state!
authority    will    continue    their    re-|
sistance:   but   there  are   reasons    to
believe thai a  German army retreat-
i..'   'i,,'"    -   Germany   will    have    a
vi ry  powei f ,1  - i-       ,;i   ' i     German
i      ■  •   take a    onsider-
end  to  G  r na n
ilnabl ! ml ... ■ ,.   fairly good
Ing willll
ind    Poland
-i    m     I)
:■■ eye
looked
■   i le   li
: ilnt i      It i
would  li   -
rht f ul   boai ■
I exaggei
r.   -t,il  to  other nations
' venty or  thii
i.    made   lo   i   British
-.',..''   i .   .    ! '
iii-  raiCT*
one t.i moi
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," G
roiully,-"! .   en   half  the
LTD
a      i.i I. *-• tl
Telephone 188
G. T.  \o Do D.
iliKgs for Vancouver
Victoria mi Seattle
S.S.   Prince George  every   Friday at f) a.in.
S.S.  Prince John at 7 p.m. on Sunday,  April  II, '-'.I. etc.
For Massett urnl Port Clements S.S. Prince John 10 p.m.   Sulimlay,
April  3,   17,  etc,
For skidegate, Lockeport, etc,., S.S. Prince John  11   p.m.   Sunday,
April   i,   IS,  etc.
For Stewurl nnd Nous River S,s. Prince John !)   a.m.   Wednesday,
April   7,  31,   .
For Anyox   (Grimby  Bay)   B.S. Prince George midnight evei'y Wednesday.
G.T.P.   L All ,,AV   SCHEDULE
Trains leave Prince  Unpen   in Prince Geoi ,,    Edmonton, Melville,
Winnipeg, etc., ul   10 u.in,,' Wedn
nectinj:  wiili trains foi   St. Puul, < liicngu and nil   p iluts   i
Trains  arrive  from  thc
G.T.  RAILWAY   SYSTEM
ublt-l - in It    Route
Ert.ni Chicago to T. .
For reservations, tickets antl lull  ini'or travel  it.
any pan of the world apply to tlle ..-•.   Office, Third
Aveiuit.';  Agenej   ail Atlantic Steamship  Line
■mimimTwmritommwMvmm&s&i
■ ■
il Czar's    I'liipire
Aid.
ui  ■
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rt    when
illed
rdei     md
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city    fi
:   '
Id   ! -   do  it7
in    En ri , lie    ni ,i
years!    ' n -
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higher
nllity, German!   will bo
■■ i
Ll -i,     ..n'i   i
tliei
■    ■ I a y    i
Ital       Btntlonarj      ■•'
peopl
ag  destitul
oldlera'   oi phans,   aud
s Ining    many   otht i ot   relief
■ s .nu,,   members ol rk. Railroad i ien,   ci Hi gi.-,   worn
mong - ■ | each   other
.  ■   when  hun-  In the! i raise mom ■■   When
o the fl el used    to
i  tl lendi lo   open    tenil
i        , it   tin
: '■ er, lingers beg-
■    11
Canadian Pacific Railway
PRINCESS MAY
SQUTHBOUNIJ, 8 P.M. SUNDAY
princess maqoik:ja,
SOUTHBOUND, 8 P.M. MONDAY
j    J. G,  McNAli, Genm-»1 Agent, cm iter  Third  Ave.   and    Fourth
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I TSE UNION STEiiJKjH^^^
S.S. VENTURE
Southbound Tuesdays at 8 p.m.
I Sailings for Granby, Simpson and the .Naas
Sundays at Midnigk
p For further particulars appl]
JOH.X   BARNSLBY,   iVGRNI :: 681 Second Ave., Phone 588
Agenej   Atlantic    Steamshl
!«HJaMWrlKH»ii>eaJi>*c-.'. : KBKSKW»aiKa»lKKl ■   -.
HEAD    OFFICE:   MONTREAL BSTABL1
Capital       $   (1,51
Reserved   Fund $
Total    "tsset*     $185,000,000
Savings Bank   Department—$1      ' ...11111
Branches    throughout   Canada uaud Ban!
Parts of the lulled .Suites. Agents Thn
II.   1'.  WILSON,  Manager
t*aH!»«»aHKra}»<Kr>HH^^
i:■;■,:.>-. >■,
O-CEDAR     MOI      0 Dl
TINB IT       -    W ,  .
■    1ARDBN tools,  WA   KR1
I -       INOUR   100   PBH -  I
PAINT   BR N   M0WBR8  AND
CARPE       BEATBRS   Q iRBAI
'WINDOW ' ■'!   -.
—AT THK—
KAIEN HARDWARE CO
! i>i»iMH>tKi'- -  "        ^o-ciijatttfiHirKi«wx««ii3H»-r,rtit :-a«iij-tteH!Hji«iicitiaatt
Prince Rupert Transfer Co.
-FOR
Coal, Furniture Moving, Baggage
and Heavy Teamin<-
W. J.  CRAWFORD, Manager
PHONF   FifiR 0,"ce au"  silence:
rilULVL,    O-UO 1000 THIRD AVE.
*aa40Ja4004440OO404&t&OMO4M
lormng
SO c?.itts per Mc «/    ■-aa-  ■la.-J.ianafcnilji
WMm
PRINCE    RUPERT    JOL-R.V-'.
Fl Id
ri!   J,   1915
MB — ■•'— M -r
Vft'll'  DESCRIPTION OF
sky grew  terribly dark, and sort o    buildings,  el       In ..-
can PIL
LIFE IN TRENCHES j dark gr(   a,   j    I; snowed In bu  Iti time   remain!
ool more than an; -[conceal 01 I    rman
na   Land    D
MPEBIft MACHINE MR'
Curl   Hanington,  of  Victoria,    Sends
Stirring   Account  From
Front.
I thing else. As luck would have it. i-   -   look-oul   for   ob-
cleared   up  befori   we  lefl   and    sve:servers. Lasl ni,   -  h.   was up a lad-
.  d  rath     11 nice ride Into our posi-|der '        i igh  u  hole   in   the,
ion.   Wi       il   in  in   the   moonlight, roof  of most   hopeless   looking
  I    laid  the  guns.   .   .   .   Really   it   is'hous    I     > There   was   just i
Carl   Hanington,  u    yo  ng    Victo-ino!   warlike  life   unless  someone    is enough  standing  to Identify    II  as a
riuii,   the  sou  of   II.  ('.    Hanington   shelling you, i1 licli lias nol  ye! nap- house.  V   was  just  riddled   by  shelli
inspector  nf   legal  offices,   writes   to peneu   to    us,   Our  chief    worry    al  lire and bu] -
his mother under date of March 2 as present  Is  i  yarding  dinner.    I   be- the fi : -li!        ai  tlie
follows: lieve   they  shell i'l g    In    o a '•        ' Ibbllng rifle n ,    ;,,..   house,  li     .,
Over
Two    '
Packed nl   Pa
i-
Itcil
A
Paris tie | it.
■:. -
paeki
t SAW
I'AKE .XOTICE ,!    -.;.-
I.'l ■ j;,.., ,|   _
'- iten tor pel
 d pe- Oxy-Acetyli nt u    In    Coi
[troleum ,
.Vest Coi                       a p,,o"*0 Red Third
Island: Coi                                      ant-1
[ed iir                       ,              north-e:
.  ' .  Lot 2437, then	
11
Contractor end Buiidei
t 80
tl easl
ehains,  to   poii
Ksti .• „ on nil   classes of
J1'-" PE'J i BO      iwork,   ivln       i      nail or I      --.    Per.
!'   " '• I. De       bei   3rd,  1914. sonal   itte
"We are in tin line al  lai     '' "'' :'' ■ ":  !'> aboul no
ah lough  we  ha      i -  'ed a ' 'peotlng   "   -    to  - arl   any
Bitot.   Our guns are i 	
en   fo    the        ' thai
oy si -        - Inns fl
n  fine old
tartei
- ni:.     I belli   '   ' .-"   ell ran Into land i at   it,  ml i   I
■
■
ind
irl ing
V'ear;    II        "    '
■
vas too ■ -ii ':        -   ■
out  three li ''■'-.■
,.,    the I ire Bhoti      oul '
be he ird.
"'■">    wi r.    u -•'   nt   r  to   the
■  ■    .. 100 i ird . :-,',--
.--;i   al   thai   distance  you    :an    Ine
tray bullets    In ging along
and . raim il     i      ■ who
alien!   one  and     - i     nib '      '"'
from  le re  at  tli. In!    we     "'-l; '
-i i     ookln       '        i - .- lir I       - -        I
. .- -.    oi em iJ - - - '
Are. They    re in t 1 ohind , . 'tl our ill      round
'■ '      "ii , -  ■ tndei]
overhe only re land us  any.    . ' en n    tin -
ing  ie-   t at '     op shelled .a 1     , In.our 1
we will  set   a   orack  al   them   in  a but  a half u way,   thank
minute  or  so,    ! tainly  not heaven. We at! lined up and watched
like  thi re: ds of,    We  roll ■   ..    ,- Lord, 7 Id    hear
around  in  the  sen and   do   notning them  scream.  I   kno«   when  they  do ;''''•:"'!'««  every  »"w  :"">  tuen."
except jus!   when duty.   1 .,, ,n.   ..   |  shan't   enjoy   it    a * "	
am no longer an  active gunner;  am bit    Two  shells  were  fired  over our      Groceries    Our prices are the low-
a  telephonist,   and   we tve  to heads  and     .rl   of ■   nlle'd   a   hounn est "' town. Y°u will sa»e money o"
keep   serene   al    the   phone   all  the in our rear. Prom 9 to  11  1 was oul  *il*"lost erery article. OIto us a tria
tinie,  That   means  four  hours  on  al v.-iih  om   of the  fellows  whose duty "rder today. Phone 123. Prnrapt ic
night, and of course w   ar.   mo e or p.  js (this    pan    censored),    'very,  Musstilem 4 Co.,   423   Rifts
less "ii duly  -iii  the 6 _■..,..  (aia frieud)  had an  unsucces.s-jAre- K*,t-
"We left our hog pen on the 281 i, fill nlghl of It though, for there was  •	
ir]      Buffets,   Iron   Beds,   Springs,    Mn(-
lllon s
noon   we  had,   1   think,  the   mo I la    thing    here.     He dif   renl   -'it March  Harbin Prices.   George I)
t-uliar ftorm  1   have ever seen.   The choice     observation     points,     trees, Tite, the Rouse Furnisher.
tribul,  ii   ',.
II
pen's    :
:        '. -      - :
■ -
Item,
..     .    '
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of P
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leads on     ■   .'. ■.,
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I ins,  to
i ■ i 640 acn
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KltS    K.<
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DR. GILRC!
j
iai
I
tion, ;
and stopped  the  night  In a  lofl  lii-. no artillery  lire near Us al  a
miles from  the line. The next  after-ito the north they were al it, but notltresses, Blankets, Sheets antl
■   -   .
1   ■ one   an
■ Joffre."
Miss  Ma      P
the  prei idem  of I he  Dominic
Co.,  and   Miss   Am ili I,    I   m titer   of
. "
Queen  Cliai-        Islands
1
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ot! . _
TAKE Piombo,
rinc    Rupei t,   B.C.,   oci upat
Prospector, ipply fur per-
ml    Ion    o pri [i     coal and pe-
trole un ovi      he l rlbi d
;, nds on , ■ ■ t Coast of Gra* im
Island:  Ci u        at a posi
weli-known Toronto barrister, whoied UTe miles feast, and one mile north
'nf the north-east corner of Lot 2435
thence north 80 chains, thence west
80 chains, thence south 80 chains,
thence east SO chains, to point of
commencement, containing 640 acres
more or  less.
A. FAULDS, M.I. M.E.
lOtiui   u tii        in      ,i i    of
Coal, Metal, Oil. Etc.
709  DuuBmuii  St.      Vancouver, B.C.
ire both honorary lieutenants In the
Canadian militia, are moving the
lieadquarters of the Canadian Field
Comforts   Commission    from    Ames-
bury,  Salisbury   Plain,    to    Ashfleld,  J'
Kent,  which is more convenienl  for
shorncliffe   and   the    depots    of   theI
Canadians arriving and  also'for the
i
division    which   has    gone    to    tlte|
front. When I visited them they
were surrounded by bales, boxes,
and bundles of goods, enquiries, let-
i- !■: . labels and lists that would have
flurried oven the despatch departmenl of tlie general, stores. They
were addressing crates and bales of
i ocks, tobaci o, chocolate and belts,
"Too    man;     belts,"      murmured
ieut.  Arnold!. And   Lieut.  Plummet
■ Id:  "We al'    ys ti ! -   ei
I    ter personal."
O
jit-l!)
PETER   PIOMBO.
Date located, 4tli December, 1914.
LAND ACT.
■•.A--..- .i'.li-.C
c
u
M.'issage,    Manicuring,   Scalp   Treatment, Electric Treatments, Etc.
Mrs.   X. L. Hnndasyde, Prop,
211 Third St PRINCE RUPBR1
Skeona    Land    Distriet—District    o
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE   NOTICE   that   I,   1).    Hogg
of Queen  Oharlotte City, occupation
Farmer, intend lo apply for pernils
.ion  to  purchase  the following   de
scribed lands; Commencing ai a po?
planted     at.     tho     south-west      eor
er of Goixlen    Island   in   Bearskin
Bay, tlience easterly  then. ■  nortlu
ly,  thence  westerly,   thenee  soi
y,  foi
P.O. P-ox 1714 Telephone 4 4S
RITCHIE,   AGNEW   &   CO.
Civil Engineers and Surveyors
Prince Rupert,  B.C.
Waterworks, Water Power, Wnari
yODKtruction, Reports, Plans, fiomiii-
on and Provincial Land Surveying
iJlectrJe Blue Printing, Negatives and
White  Prints
,-   i o  '  ■ • beei     ommt icement, con
■ I   distributed    since      ie   "ore or less.
lian  .livi ion  went  to  the fi DA V1:•'■    H0l
■e  Hiiilt   Mall   publishi
of the   i
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nd muffl
Winn! •  ■
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ie   from
Prince
I
11.
For iu
lis rict    oi
'ie      Edward
Pti'mc Blue  183 Ken.   Phone
UP-TO-DATE
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.se  the  I
or,   "I
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Pacific Cartage limited
Genera)   I
Furniture
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list  corner
Delivered to your kitcliei:
door, like groceries
•:j.d*we
175,000,000 Bottles Year
-
That was the demand for Budweiser last
year.
Tho Anhcusar-BiiKch Plant co
more   than   142 acres—equal
libit ks.    rt  gives     I :»■'   '    ■ ■'■
0   people, ami  to  1,1500  more   in  iu
branches.
Every pi
Every bottle I
lity-1
I'CS.
Th
is I
could be made Bud we!
Anheuser-Busch, St. Louis
The Largest Plant of Its Kind
in thc World
-
:
Some of thc Principal
■;■■;£■ I'   Ji;-'-'--::(>fhT:
he Journal
' Inrl Grey's Own
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W.  S   WAR8HALL,  Ueut.
Aelill.       lal
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lb.
LB*
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111  ITI!
'  ■ .   ' Lump   i.i
$8.7fi Per   l'"ii
tEU
—Tl
Union   Transfer  Co.
Prim
*m Ch.
Oil Fields limited
Odin i (od
Ruild i limited
amount of   Treasury  !■«• i -
CEO.   I-'. ,:,!),   Sec.-l
.
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T IMP. CO.
P=- raUPERTs B. C.
House     Furnishing     Bur
Sale   Price  on   Prim    Llnole
•nt»   al .,--. ,- ,,> li. Tile's.
ll),     TileV
HAYNER BROS
and
i     in
Attendance.
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Prince Rupert Journal
R0c. per Month
r<*0«4»i040a^0**1f00a00444444444440044444?O004
A. E. Hand, Prenttioui j   8, Pean .
THE PRINCE RUPERT SASH
AND D06R COMPANY LTD.
MA. BRS
I,.-. I
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-    Il()»   - ,.   *  i iMafeNM
Friday, April  2,   1915.
PRINCE    RUPERT    JOURNAL
GRANITE
GRANITE uf best quality and tbor
, pughly tested  for sale
Cut Stout- or Crushed  iitii'k in
Quantities
NEIL 3. McLEOD   Phone Green -
GOVERN.MENT I,
RBPOH*.
tl'lllllt
HE  AlililCILTlTtAL
POSSIBILITIES ABE GBEAT
( BAN FISH CO.
1'i't'M'i  Pish Arriving Every Day
Outside a   lers promptly attended to
PIIO.NK BLUE 259
PHONE S54
P.O. BOX 60
FOR
APERHANGING
AIMING
OLISH1NG AND
WALL TINTING
HIG1J-QBADB    INTERipR
DECORATING    A    3PBCIALTV
Martin Swanson
SlSCOND a l"B) ""BAR McBfirDB
ocwkkhki 040 40000 ooo a-as 000
CANADIAN STEAM I
LAUNDRY
NOW OPEN FOR  BUSINESS
JLutesI and Approved Methods
'JOnl.v   Skillet!    Operators  I'm-
pluyed
I'll.me us anil ive will cull for u
■ rial bundle
Note   our   address:
il.".   SIXTH   AVENUE   WEST
Phone No. 3
Canadian 3te-im Laundry
~ .iGS^rJI^Ktta*!^^!}
Furnished  by  !-.   w.    Bowling.
For 24  hours ending 5  p.m.
April  1.
J Bar.  redu.    1 to !     . .29    .'
Ugh. :"-'.'ui'--    ■""■"
Lowest   t. tuer    42.0
Suininiii-j-  i-i   Mai. "
| Mean   temp "' ■■'
iHighest   temp.,  on  2Stb    ' LO
I Lowest  temp.,  on   1st 30,0
Rain    10.57
C.   P.   It.   Silililie.s.
Starling the ten-day service tt
Alaska', the C, !'. R. steamer I'rin
cess Maquinna rea. lied port yester
day. She will return from SKagway
and sail at 8 o'clock Monday even
ing.
'Continuod  trom   Page  One.)
■WMRjHHMIlWHM'^^
Get On Voters' List
ft'r
THK  LISTS   FOB   THF NEXT BEVISION  CLOSE ON
APRIL 5
Complimentary ll ill.
Len Bell Is leavln ; for the easl
at the end of the tv(..-,, on ;, shorl
visit. Last evening in the Mclntyre
Hall a complimentary ball was tendered  Mr.  Bell.
A.   \V.   Ross,  retiring  secretary  of
in-    Mainland    Underwriters,    will
"in.: in' the morning for the south.
ed   tor some lime  making   accurate
Investigations.
du Larger Scale,
rl i.r tin- vallej t! re i a
ac o carry on farming on a
lar . i' scale, Mr. Keith o! Toronto,'
who has holdings between the railway and the Skeena, i ossesses seven
or eighl hundred acres of land,
which, from its being on the lower
benches, would seem to have a rather deeper soil than some higher
up,
i' It preparing bis land for cultivation, lie has erected a log bouse
thai Ie a thing of beauty. The loss
are placed perpendicularly and the
interstices have been filled with
oakum.   The house is a  very roomy
one with a wide veranda. It  has cost I	
well on for »3,000, it is said, and IsLakelse Valley.  Here there are tli».u
Indeed a striking building. Bnnas nl acres  more    awaiting   full
Mr. Keith  has had quite an   area development,
cleared   ready  for the  burning.   The      i„   the    otlier    direction    towards BWfOPSIS
roots  have  been  idled   up  in    great the   Kitsumkalum    Lake    lies     still
heaps preparatory (o that. more   |-,ml    which    will   readily    re-
Mr.  Clapp's  Farm. sl)om]   u,  tue  iliimi  „l'   the    farmer.],   c#" "J**1'IS rights of the   Domin
ion  in ManitiTba, Saskatchewan   and
IF   VOVB    NAME IS NOT ",   W ON   THE LIST   AMI   VOL
QUaALIPIED   TO   VOTE   DO  NOT   DELAY   GETTING   OX
ABF
LIST
(10404*4*4*1**
mmmmmwmmmiMmwmM
OF      COAL      MINING
RKGULATIONS,
NOTICE is hereby given that on
the Mrd day of March next applica
tion will be made to the Superlu
Undent of Provincial Police and to
the Board oi License Comnr.ssion-
er» lor the OUf of Prince Rupert for
PiirtaiaaipH to remove the Maense for
the sale of liquor by wholesale from
the premises known as Lets 15 and
16, Block 32, Section 1, situate Lt
Rraaer Street in' Hie City of Princa
Rupart, ro the lands descirtraerl aa
Lots 19 and 20, Block 23, Section l,
on Third Avenue in the sale City ot
Prinee Ruport.
DATED  this   20th   day  of   Febru
ary,  1,915.
PRINCB   RUPBRT  IMPORTING CO.
LIMITED.
W. 11. Marshall, Manager
f21iuar22 Applicant.
OF
PROGRAMME
OF PASSION MUSIC
Mr. Frank Clapp lias a ten-acre The work of clearing land in British
plot alongside of lhe Keith farm, ft Columbia is tedious and hard. Tiie
is  entirely  .-leaved   of  stumps   and returns are sure to be good.
well   fenced  and  in  splendid    order, j 0	
Last   year  Mr,  Clapp  set   out    240i
fruit frees, while he has quite   large
lai tations of strawberries, raspl    ■
and  logan  berries.    He should,1
PISHING   PLANT SOLI)
TO EASTERN  INVESTORS
11)1
«B*HKHKtai3ft»il<JO«n-iW!>lBWiKi-09#
Capt. J. McGee f
M.M.S.A.
Masters and Mates prepared £
for examination. Compass atl- a
.luster.
Phone Ited 502
"Sal "Ml MI,    ACADEMY"      3
Hclgei sun  Block, opposite     5
el  Hotel
#00000 o*ooajs-r>fri5-a0*r>o-o*p«e3
040400 O000000O O00OO, I    II. 1!
COOIl     FRIDAY,     APBIL   2
At 8 o'clock, in (lie
«        MT5THODIST   CHUBOH
.PART I
"The Crucifixion"
A Meditation on the Sacred Passion
of the   Holy   Redeemer;    by   Sir .1.
Stainer.
Quartette — "God    So    Loved    tlie
World"    	
.Mrs. J. Lewis, Miss la.   J.   Tallander
Messrs. C. D. Jones and A. L. Harris
Soloists:   Tenor,  Mr.  C,  I).  Jones
Bass,  Mr.  Meth Davies
PART   II
Org  •'   lolo"—Nocturne Op. 0, No. 2"
    Chopin
Mr. .1. S.  Eason
Solo-"Oul  of tbe Deep" L ,M. Genet
Airs. ,1.   I.ew is
ild the Lamb of God"
inilai'd  Fisheries,  Limited,  Passed
lulu llnmls of Toronto
Capitalists.
ries,
] ■ ■-■■■ good  returns   from   his   small!
fruits this y. ar.
Mr. Clapp's area adjoin:-, the part
used as a Government, experimental
plot last year and which is spoken
of well by the farmers. The expert
menial work will be continued this!
season  again.
Others Doing- Well.
There are a number of ihe old-
timers who have splendid showings.
Rev. Thos, Marsh on his new area
has been mosl indusrtlous. He is rapidly clearing his land of iis slumps
and getting his farm in good shape,
He has a most comfortable dwelling
on the farm. .
Mr. Henry Pranl al  Kitsumkalum
issinj    I as  i- splendid  loo! ' ig  >
a d now, He was one of ; hi earll-
es!   of  the  settlers  to  take  In   hand      Owing   to a  r.  dislide
jAlb.eirta, the Yukon Territory, the
i Northwest Territories and a portion
jef the Province of British Columbia.
jmay be leased for a term of twenty-one years at an annual rental of
1-1 per acre. Not more than 2,500
acres w.ill be leased to one applicant.
Applications for a lease must be
Blade by the applicant in person to
tke Agejit or Sub-Agent of the district in which the rights appllo.1 for
are situated
lu surv.a&ed territory the land
uupt be described by sections, or
legal subdivisions of sections, and
in unsurveyed territory the tract applied for shall be staked out by the
applicant  himself.
say- a Toronto despatch: The fish
industry at  the Pacine Coast of Can-
lada  has just received a  further  lm-|    I,ach  application must  be   accom-
-ftaniod ay a f&e of $5, which will be
petus    through    lhe    purchase     b.v,ref,mdcn  lt t^L,  rjgnts   apj)iled   rol.
Joseph   r.  Swift, Toronto, and  locall*"? nnt   available,   but   not   other-
capitalists  ..f  the   entire, assets   and
plant,    Including    steam    trawlers,
:u.I schooners, of the Standard
(Fisheries, Limited, with
situated at Vancouver,
Cove, Paeofi and Jedway, Queen
Charlotte islands, It is. understood
Mils transaction involves an expenditure of over JI,000,000.
Train  Delayed.
near   W'ol-
wJse. A royalty shall be paid on the
merchantable output o'f tlle mine at
tbe rate of Ave cents per ton.
The person operating the mine
ShaH furnish the Agent with sworn
Premlse3 attUaaU accounting for the full
Barnard jttHontiity uf merchantable coal mined
and pay the royalty thereon. If the
coul mining rights are not. being operated, such returns should be fur
nislied at  'east once a year.
The lease will include the coal
mining rights only; but the lessee
may b"e permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be
considered necessary for the working of the mine at the rate of $10,
per acre.
i;
ihe  planting of an  orchard -  ■   ., -  |], ... frora here, tlie
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
fw Rent
5 Solo-   "lie  Wai   De
Mrs. J. Scot!
" r u re Is
Handel
.   Handel
REASONABLE    !> Ill S
I'l IK
Cont'iaental Trust
Company
5tH5-0: - ■  . . .
The Morning Journal
50c. per month
a Gr. en  Hill"  	
j          Gounod
Mr. ,!, E. Davey
"1   .im Alpha  and   Omega'
    Stainer
('i.niliicl.)i'—E, V. Lin.';
.     i-nnisl—3. S. Mason
'ADMISSION -        -       2Sc.
as now trees coming Into lhe bear
stage.
■1 her   back   from    tl       .   .'■
V,
,T Journa
lela;   -1     ester-
day.    H will noi  reach  this city  till
this  morning,  according   io expecta-
on   the  road   to   iCitsumkalum    Lake,: "'""*•    Tlie   railway   is   having    lesa
Ir.  Bohler has an excellenl   plot  of trouble  with  1114:  line than   was
.  well cultivated and eared   for   l»o?,ed. The spring lias nol been  mi-
Mi-.   Thomas   Baljinger,   who '"'■ '"  by many  Interruptions,  which
libor of  Mr.  Bohler's,   lnjs   also shows   thai    the    manugemenl
nvadi  a good showing sil      he if '    '    :J;"   considered  the question  of
fl-oni  Prince Ruperl onto Ike lend      \BWea and  prepared  for i;	
In ItivperiinentKl Sti ■   "
The  farm  qi   stion  in   the   vallej       v'"''''    PO'nKure  Sale  al	
nil   departments.     Ill cord
For   full    Information    application
should be made to the Secretary   nf
Oie  Departmenl  of the Interior,   Ot
liiwa,   or   to   any   Agent    or    Sub-
Agent of Dominion  Lands.
W. vv. CORY,
Deputy  .Mjiiiat.t.'r of the Interim
JAMES GILMORE
1   in be said to be in its experiin        :
%04****4***4* CHK '  '
RUPERT MARIN
SUPPLY CO.,
■•    imut*.a*40
KKI
Spct lull        -i
11, 1
,
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I'na-I    Agl'lll.v    I'i
; ' 111. 1'lin
ptniet   im- li-I'ini'.  !..- it 11   . and piiH
M;.."!iiiil   (.as    l.n-iiii.     I oil , I   1   111.       111(1   .'-:i!-   in   Block
■      Kn
pesl
11. •   !, ,  .-i-i  in a  ' ery  largi   1 :l  at,
'l" ere are many things to bi        11 id
cperle ic.  before 11 e very bi   I
■ ,-'   ..nl of (he land, bill  the   vallej
will give :>  good accounl  nf  ; self In
.:  si orl   i ime
Opini in ■   of course, din'e,-   amo
ll. -   - there as to Hie relal I
the  different   land.    Thi ■
■' -    - who ■ onl     1 thai    h    '    1
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tear  the  R!
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