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VOL. v.
PRINCE   RUPERT,   B.   C,   TUESDAY, APRIL 6,  1915.
l*riae  5  Vents.
NO. 123.
THE K
LISHES PROHIBITION
RUSSIANS ARE CONTINUING TO SCORE SUCCESSES
AMER
Y GERMAN SUBM
Russians Continue To
Make Progress Along
The Eastern Front
Petrograd, April a.—An official
statement says; along the west of
the Nienien our troops continue to
make successful progress at certain
points.
In the Carpathians in the region
north of Bartfeld there has been
fierce lighting with the artillery and
with the bayonet. We took twenty
oliicers and more than 1,200 soldiers. We captured also two machine
guns. We continued to make prog*
ress on lhe front between Mezola
and Horoz.
At Uzsok we captured 2.ri officers
and 2,000 soldiers and took three
guns, having occupied the railway
station of Cisea. We captured the
engines and coaches as well as a
great slock of ammunition and part
of Ihe provisioning train.
There has been desperate fighting
north of Ozernowilz, with the result that we took more than a thousand prisoners whom the Austrian"
left behind.
GRAMBY REDUCING
INDUCTION COST
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I       Freiich Captured Line Of Trenches
4 Paris,  April  6,—An  official report says the  day  litis   been   one
5 of ruin and fog along the whole front. Al tlie fprest of D'Ailly we
fi captured three successive lines of trenches. We also gained, a fool-
g    ing in one portion of the enemy's works northwest of  Regnieville.
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JACK JOHNSON LOSES
the
COPPER WILL BE RECOVERED
FROM FLUE BUST
IN FUTURE.
The Mining und Smelting   Company
Find Nearby Works Very
Profitable.
The Granby Company will sooi)
have in operation at the Hidden
Creek Smelter a device making possible the recovery of copper from
Hue dust. This dust carries about 4
per cent, copper values, so that about
eighty pounds of copper is expected
to be -recovered from each ton. For
some time past the mine management has been accumulating this
dust In anticipation of recovering
the copper  values.
The Hidden Creek ores have been
running bettor than had been expected, and with the recoveries from Hue
•aP
Williard Has Won The Heavyweight
Prize For The World—Thc Colored
Fighter Lasted Until The Twenty-
sixth Round  At  Havana
Havana, Cuba, April
Johnson-Willartl light look place
here today and after an interesting
and thrilling bout Jess Willard was
declared the heavyweight champion
of the world by a knockout blow
In the twenty-sixth round.
Tljc betling odds were in favor of
.lolinson before the light. Willard.
the Kansas cowboy, was the ringside favorite throughout the light, heavyweight
The knockout was a terrific right
swing to Johnson's jaw*. It was
Johnson's light all the way until the
The cent years, and dawn found the city
fitly awake to %lhe unusual occur-
on rrenco of the day. The downtown
light headquarters were crowded
with ticket buyers, and the morning
brought several wealthy Cubans into
Havana from all over the world.
^ The sun broke through an overcast sky as tlle crowds began to ar-
rlve at   the   srone   of   the    world's
German Submarine Has
Sunk Italian Steamer With
Cargo Of Cool Aboard
Genoa, April 5.—-A German submarine sank the Italian steamer
I.uigi Parodi, which lefl Baltimore
on January 22 with a cargo of coal
for Genoa.
The reporl  has caused a profound
impression   here.    Many    expressions
of resentment have been made, Great
excitemenl prevails und the1 author)
ties have taken  strong  measures  to
Charged Where j protect the German colony and Ger-
I man ships from reprisals,
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WAR TAX POSTAGE
SCON IN FORCE
SOME    INFORMATION    RELATIV
TO   SPECIAL  RATE TO
COME IN FORCE.
Thref'Cento Will I
Two Cents Was Formerly
Taxed.
The  Postofllce   Departmenl   has  is j FRANCHISE  WILL
sued the following general Informa-.
tion with respect to tlle one cent!
war tax on letters and postcards]
mailed in Canada I'or delivery in
Canada, United States, or Mexico,
and on letters mailed in Canada for J
delivery in lhe United Kingdom and
British possessions generally audi
wherever the two-cent rate applies: |
A   war tax of one cent   has    been .
BE GIVEN SOLDIERS
DOMINION   GOVERNMENT  TAKES
STEPS TO   Gl\ i:   VOTES TO
THOSE AT   I UONT.
dust there will be extracted about|twenty-second round, when his vi-
torty pounds or copper from cad Kllity ,e'ft llim becaUBe o( ,,,e hard
ton of ore. Precious metals valuesLaoe wWcn he carrIed throughout
have also been averaging higher, as the early ,.0Unds. Then the giant
against predictions ol 15 cents in plalnsmai. openea uiB i,,,,vi-..( at-
[     "' '    "'',':,!    rec°vel,i<"6 tack and in the next few rounds <   -
championship      battle ""1'osed on eacli loiter and postcard
.lolinson of Tt
Jess   Willard  of  Kansas.  The  setting j
I'lie Voters  Will  Record iu  Favor of
Hie Candidates ror tlie
House.
between Jack Johnson of Texas and malIed   '"  Canada    for   delivery    in j
Canada,  the United  Stales,   or  Mex-
'I'li.'   principle    of   expending    the
of the  battle was mosl  picturesque. |lc0, and   "" '"u'h   letter   mailed   in franchise to all British subjects serv-
The-ring had  been  erected    directly
on the racetrack in from  of the big
which    furnished
steel   grandstand,
the seating,
Johnson cliattt 'I and laughed with
the  men  about  him  during his  pre-
Canada  for  delivery  in   the    United
Kingdom   and     British'
generally.
lag in  the Canadian  forces  was   af-
Possessions...firmed in li." House by the adoption
mil   wherever   the   two- without   discussion    ot   ,-,   resolution
'■"'"  rate "in s, to become effective .„,„ ibe nr's| reading of a bill giving
on  and  from  April   in   1915.
MAKES  CORRECTION.
Tho Journal:
Dear  Editor,—In   giving  you
copy of tlle letter  thai   1  sent  to lhe
Daily  News  1  omitted    to   add   the
following In the paragraph in which1
I made reference to the concessions
that niighi  well be granted:
"Pro Iding thai all   the   con-
ii  Ions asked  for wete   granted:"
Th!    wai   written in in lom   hand jwil1 be effected through lower freight!blows lb the face'. amp! ssets,    e   .eciallj ble,'   stamp       on    otes of soldi
on the original letter i.ci1  as  I    has rat '  '"  '"' obtained  from   shipping|     Seventeen  thousand    person man.of nervpu which tin    word   "War   Tux"   havi   •■. i., or In 1 n
'     'i prin ed slio ild bi   - i d  fi r pre- of a gen.
publishing   the letter iu  iis Issue ot ''"'     '"''•   New    York,   through   the  pled     p on  the  floor  tn  n   "    fierce       Voting  for   lolinson, Jim  Mnce ex-  [inyinenl  ol  I                        hut should  vote    for
tonight, It would        ii as thougl   the Panama, Can  I, rather than overland .righ I   Bivlng to the jaw   the   crowd                 ;  linson's   rec ipl    for   $20,- n   Un  ri                     mi]    be used for part)   111      ■'    ire                -':     Con-
editor    had     made    another     "bad|u>' v:'',]- " '■''    Dl    : costing the com-lbursl  Into the ring. Soldiers cleared 000,  the balance  due  him    on     he tl tin     will be ac. .pted ■        -.   Lib nil   or  In mdent.
bri Ipany  about   $12.50   a   ton    for   the the  ring. JohnBO •         ind    the   i.n   ning -   - .,,. dditibnal .-   -m i.,.       t to tl     elerl
yours truly, , transcontinental haul, bul   will   en-j count whil    '    Ing oi   the ropes -■      -     lalned I    the   crowd for ..... nd by htii
G. W. NICKaHRSON.        :;''      saving of more than  B0 per|the  ma il    af   ■ ;     e    We id English. .    ,. --.      .     P right hand ]        He forwarded
ii " ,:' '" ,!lis '""' ltem- '   ''    ''■'"'  t'  -.    ua  -   ■ i    appei ranee   in
Sudden  i Hi. Tl        rand    Porks    plants    have champion  "..i  to his feel  In  tin      o   „,   ■ -,.-       ■   .    - . i  ..       oudly
Pete  Donovan came to his   death ■*'■ ml reached th      highi  .    tage of •        " the wild ru he   exel . ..  ,     ,...   ... ,     ,
on  S turdi     evening a! Telkwa. The-efficiency,    bul    '   I      .,■.."■   ■--    o ■ tators. ,...-, f
details are  not   available  bul   he   Is'al a pound '        lavan •:•  ■ ,\ by  this i   ent  u    ■..■, .i   .,,'','  ,,,-
thi     '       'tment,     ore than I tQmuttmvmm »a fo~< Tw
of alt. ri i Hon  with  the   result   tl en ma! itplned al aboul
he v I do'       falling   lie.-       -    .iii-,       tf ri nts a pound,   ■- II
vote i" soldiei no dis-
Thls war tax is to be prepaid by cusslon or explanation of the details
have '" "' between twenty-five and rie(j the ggn, away ,-Mll,, tne blacl! |)arat|on : ,.,. r|ng aa i{- 1;!, . .,,, thi senders by mean's-of a war stamp |'of thi n a tn . This will take place
thirty cents per ton, man    .,,,,,    toppled   him    over   within'! a care In the world   His supreme ':':r  :;ill<' hy   pOstma'sters   and   oth  i   on  the i    -!i,      of   the   bill.
A  very  Important   saving  In  costs|rights   and   lefts   to   the    body   a id a ilf-confldence Is rated as one of the Postage stamp  vendors. T]|(1 ilM| 1)rovi,]eg ,-„,. tl | :
ilows i" the face! am      a's    besl    assets,    especially ble,'
Seventeen   thousand    person - ' nervou ch  th.     word    "Wnr   Tn-.-"    hnve n,,
been  omitted   In   the   Daily  News  inIhlister copper to the refinery at Lau- the  fighl   and  when   lolinson    .-run'
ivl     Mill,   New    Vntai,     . i,,-,,,,., i,   ii,,.
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TO THE ELECttiRS Pf PRINCE RUPERT
Kiig Establishes Prohibits h 9is Palace
London, Ai rl] :,.    An offlcial   n i orl   ia;
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(living to x vacancy being caused in the Council membership
I leave lhe decision of choice of candidates to be elected in your
hands. Thanking yon for pasl support, being now u candidate I
aivuii  your decision with pleasure.
Yours truly,
I). W. MORRISSEV.
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Fishing Steamer Brought Catck
g Tlie lirst or the United Sto'.e        ill m        to call  hero   to
^ discharge cargo under the new rule  which  resulted   trom    the   ef-
? forts of 11. s. Clements, M.P., roucbed porl yesterday, This wan the
2 Success, which broughl over 4,noo pound   of lish. She look on her
5 bail  and  Ice at the Cold Storage   i ttor   disehi ri li •   there       The
5 prices prevailing at  the Cold Storage    ■•-  reported  to   have   been
5 much  hi her than  tha!   rullhg il   K     hil      01  nl       ittle.
'    ' : ' '•  IOIIS OK Till:     I :    I'.ilM'l.  Ul'PllltT:
illcs    mil   Ceiiil. 11.—Having  consented   l.ii   i."..in    l..   ,   •
cc io- ihe .-ii .1   '»)t.r. I would appreciate   n   renewal
ho - .eil. nee whicli ...ii >..• rep..-.eil in 11,' iti ii.e past, after
buying 11 in-.(nil in you iloit onlidonce directly i(. became liinteil
thai I iii.iv have transgressed tho strict letter of the law. In lhe
past I si cove to conscientiously serve yon, 1111.1 should you see III
it. -li.-.-'-iii lienor me vtiih u renewal of your confidence, I pledge you
a   coniinu.-.i i'-n   ol   1 li.il   piliei
Yours, rii-.       '
S.  M. N'EWTON
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The sale of Producl  No. 119 la strictly
ied    to    the    high-class    supply
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. tore ini-1 affected by Dept. or
"price cutting  store"  iniluence   that
ften drives man ifacturers to the
use   of   inferior   chemicals    antl    pro
is. Nor is the dealer allowed to
reduce thi retail price under penalty
of   Having    bis    supply   terminated.
A POWERFUL SOLVENT FOR
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accumulations  if  lint,    p r,    cloths,    hair,    slime,
vegetables,  soup iei.fi.   li Is harmless to
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Sailings for Vancouver
Victoria and Seattle
S.S.  Ptince George  every   Friday al I)
S.S. Prince John al 7 p.m. u id  y, April   11. 25, etc.
For Massett and p.ti Clements S.S, Prince John 10 p.m.   Saturday,
April :s,  17, etc.
For Skidegate, Lockeport, etc., S.s. Prince John  11   p.m.   Sunday,
April  I, 18, etc.
I't>r Stewart and Naas River S.S. Prince John !>   a.m.   Wednesday,
April   7,  i!f.  etc.
For Anyox   (Granny  Bay)   S.s. Prinoe George midnight eve:        ■  '
aesday.
G.T ".   "   a   .'AV  BCHERl'IiE   '
j  Tri.ins leave  Prince  Rupert   . i Prin d on,      lville,
Winnipeg, etc., at  10 a.m.
necting  ivith   trains  foi   .-■:   I ■ nnd all   pt ints   cast.
Trains  arrive
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„T ...        ., ,- ■ '1   Willard  to lhe   rop.
living    !i >■-                                                                    both ■   eatedly;
,, ,  Europe, and ive are Willard's      long lefl      temporarily
last. ' Af' blinded   the   n g fl   - |-e.    -lohn- |
"what   is the   issue   for son    came    baeli with   a   series   of
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swings  to Willard's body.   It  was   a
very i lean  fight  so far.
II..un.I s. -Willard gaining c.ui-
li'l.-.i,-.-. Johnson len.led lefl to jaw.
V.'il'iii'.l    ni.jiei-t-.il i(.|    to    chin.    The
t.
whicl ''   !:  hting?" Sir Edward
Grey said:  ' The great  Issue is this:
We   wish  the  nations of  Europe   to
De  .,    to   live   their   Independent
lives, working out their own Eorifl
of governmenl and their own form;jiju^ilista battled each other across
of national development In full lib- the ring, the negro having the bet-
ert'y, whether th. ea! states or ter of it.    Willard  landed on   John-
small states. We claim for ourselves, son-a m0uth. Then .lolinson u^per-
and, together with our allies, we will CU( willard to the head. Willard
sq.-iire. the right  to live and pursue bounced off the ropes and landed   a
Coal, Cement, Plaster and Brick
AND A C'1PLETE LINE OF BUILDERS' SUPPLIES
our national existence, not in the
shadow of Prussian mi] remacy, but
in the light of equal liberty."
JACK  JOHNSON  LOSES
WORLD'S  CHAMPIONSHIP
(Continued  from Pago   Ont.)
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left to ihe jaw, The round ended
with the negro swinging Plows to
Willard's head.
Round   9 - -Willard    assumed    the
- live,    Johnson   started  one  of
the   , owboy's    ears    bli edlng.    The
amplon lai   ■ -i   I       len ly   but his
leared    to   lack   their   old
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PRINCESS MAQUIFNA,
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li ii i to th' body. Willard laughed.
Johnson then drove Willard to ihe
ropes with a tattoo of lefts to Hie
face/.
It.mild '.',. - After much feinting
Willard missed :i right swing nnd
both laughed. .lolinson rushed and
scored a lefl on the body nnd a right
to the jaw, .lolinson landed n left
on the body. Willard asked, "Is that
the way you do It?"
Round 4.- Willard lunged Ineffectively. Johnson laughed at his
clumsy efforts. There was much
felntlnit.   .lolinson   landed   n   left    lo
VVIIlni I. Will i; .IV ear and cheek
were bleeding. He walked spryly to
his corner al  the hell.
Round   13. Willard's    body    was
now red from the effects of the nun-
Ishmenl of the negro. The negro,
ducking under his opponent's leads,]
continued to play for the stomach.
Willard drove Johnson Into a corner
and landed right to jaw. The negro
jarred Willard with a lefl hook to
the jaw in return. He next hookod
his left to Willard's body, repeating
this blow a moment later. The champion landed right und left to the I
wind as the gong rang.
(Continued on Pago Four.)
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Southbound Tuesdays at 8 p.m.
Sailings for Granby, Simpson and the Naas
Sundays at Midnight
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LA	
FIRST IT!I ITS OF il. C.
LUMBER   I.N
To Order of Australian Goven
a Cargo of  British   Columbia
Lumber Will lie Shipped.
In   view   of   tlie   recent   appointment  by  tl     i Colnmbi    Go -
eriimciil   oi a  co mer  io visit
Australia   wl         i    ibjecl   of   ;- ■ ••!
oping lumbi r          lo      b      een   the
two    countries    "n    a     considi     ' It
scale   iii    Inten    In    to 1
the   forestry -
menl   of    i. indi    that
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ill which the men stood  in  .",
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its    destination,    though   a   private in   thi       i    i   foi     a    bleak,    cold,
r order was dispatched by the snow;   da: mo     remarkable.
■ Ings Mill in  January. '-.'''  r two or three weeks' prelim-
The - liii I   -    .-        ' -   i,, ling with inary  edu ation  in  ;:."  trenches
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mi In  thi Ir     inability    lair.      i
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•Ida's  Regiment
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first, shi        ■       111 he 550,000   fe ' I   since   then   they
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few months, bul  I   • I' nadian Trading  Companj   of  Vancouvei   was  re-
sponi Ible   for        iring tl       I n   in
by negotiations with Ausl rn 11 i.
li   has  been  the endeavor   of   the
Governmenl  of British  Columbia, as
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to   tell   your   Royal    I i ;hn
best
on all
of  this  most valuable  contingent.
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places.- -Prom the -   - ■ ■ Inar
dian,
ea  C arlotte  Isli.nds.
of
Thrifty   British   Patriots.
Tl ■ ■'      i.od    many   well-to-
well as of Australia, to promote the       ' made a can tion ■ I I     'do or mod 11 to-do men in
lumber trade beti een the two conn- division a •■•• - after they came to ili,- i inks of the new army, and the
tries, but various obstacles have the country, and I was very mucl) knowledge of this fact (according
arisen, bo.thai the cargo which wiillstruck by the excellent physique to a correspondent who writes from
leave in April will be practically I which was apparent thrbu oi I he one of : ie . imp areas In the south)
the  lirst Government  order to leave  ranks. The soldierly bearing and the is being  used   to their disadvantage
TAKH NO' '!■ I'   tl ...   j « ■-.   Piombo,
.of      rii .■'■   Rupert,   B.C;.,
tor, ii     ids to apply foi
missii     to ii   , nal aad pe-
_ , ,     ,        troleum over the following di    i
^ooerles    0u     '"•'   ■  '   '        " -     - :- on      ..   ...  '  Coasl  of i    -
eiil in toirn. You will save messy e-|lsland:  Commencing at a posl p
' -. live miles east and ene mile north
of the noitafa-eusi coiner of 1,-et 11435
thence nortli  SO chains, thence west
almost everr article. Give  us a iris
order today. Ftecne  123.  I'rwiapl  de
Iverr.  Mussallem   *   Co..    423    "~i"t«
Are.  Kant.
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Drapery Goods, Curtains, Poles
Oarpets and Rugs—'-.*» per coot, ills
count at George-1). Tittj's.
80 chains, thence south 80 chains
thence east .So chains, to peinl of
eoinmensement. containing 040 acres
more or less.
ja29 PETER   PIOMBO.
Date located, 4th December,  1914.
LAND ACT.
08th Regiment,Earl Grey's Own
Killfls.
ORDERS by Major J.  H.  McMullin, Commanding, March 19,
Parades—"A" Company will
parade al the Exhibition Building on Wednesday, March 31,
and Friday, April 2, al 7:45
p.m.
at 7:4ii p.m.
"B" C.  ■ pany   will   >i rad«   al
the    Exhibition     Building     on
UOnday,    [arch   29,  m  I
day, April 1. al   7:45 p.m.
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Acting  Adjutant.
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Office:   Sin
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A. FAtllDS, M.I. M.E.
Cousollii g Mining  Engineer
Emuviii -iions   and .    of
Coal, Metal  Oil. Etc.
709 Duusmuil  St.      Vancouver, B C
I.'issage,    Manicuring,   Scalp   Treatment, Electric Treatments, Etc.
Mrs.   X.   Ia.  Randasydej Prop.
I 1   Third St PRINOE RUPERI
Skeena    Land    District—District    o
Qu«-»n   Charlotte  Islands.
TAKB NOTICE that I, D. Hogg
of Queen Charlotte City, occupation
Farmer, aiteral lo apply for permls
ilon to purchase the following de
icnini lands: Commencing at a poi
planted     at     the     south-west      cor
er  of  Qooden    Island    in    Bea    I
Buy, thenee easterly thence nor!
It,  thenoe
y, following shove line  to  poinl   of
ii.itiiii ii .    mtaln In
nore >.r less.
DANH3I.   HO
Dated 6th Febru 191 -",.        I'l.".
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Skeenx    l.ai-d     D District
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Chesley,   Pi .  i
P.O. Boi 1714 Telephone 448
RITCHIE,   AGNEW   &   CO.
Civil Engineers anil Surveyors
Prince   Rupert,   B.C.
Waterworks, Water Power, Wharl
Construction, "tenons, Plans, Domin-
on and Provincial [.and Surveying.
Slectrie Blue Printing Negatives and
White  Prints
Phone 391
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Delivered 'to your ki
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175,000,000 Bottles Yearly
That was the demand for Budweiser last
year.
The Aiiheusar-Biis<-1. Plant covers i-
more   than   11.1  acre*—equal  to  7(1 city
blocks.    It   gives   steady   employment   to
6.0(10   people, and   to  1,900  more   In   iis
branches.
Every process, every room,
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every day kitov that nothing o
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Some of tlte Principal
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iBkewoa   Land    District-- i.ilctric-l     nf|
t-lin>.3ii Charlotte Islands.
TAKB NOTICB that INwer I'lombti
of Princ* Rupert, li.c., ocoupataton
Prospoc.or, Intends to applj for per-
rciaiilon to prospect for coal and v«-
troleam ovor tke l'»Ilowlu{; doscrlbtatl
laads on the Wtvjt ('oast of Or&hnin
IslanA: tVatmnrialnK at a poat pln.ni-
mi tatvrM ■!!(• MiTtk of the nurtk-.xvt
monrwrn ot i^t 1417. ttiento north ;:«
eliAlms, tkimoe s«ft to ahultu, thence
pouth US ekalni, theaeo waat HO
ch»ii>«, to point of ooranioncaaraaiit,
••Bt»hil»£ 149 mfrrm nore or leas.
PBTBR PIOMBO.
Dote iKaated, Decambor 3rd, 1914.
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GRANITE  of best i;uallty and  thoroughly tested  for sale
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Quantities
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OCEA, FISH CO.
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April 3.
Bar.  reduced to sea level. ... 29.7SS
Highest temperature    55.0
Lowest  temperature    40.U
Rain    04
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FOR
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Musters anil .Mates prepared
for examination. Compass adjust er.
Phone lied 502
"NAUTICAL   .U'.YDIIMY"
Helgerson  Block, opposite
Royal   Hotel
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I Continued from Page Two.)
Pluck ami Comradeship.
Second Lieutenant R. F. Gore
Browne, R. F. A., nt first reported
"missing, ' was, it appears, captured while seeking a position for an
observation post before daylight on
January 11, and taken to Lille,
where lie was joined shortly afterwards by Lieutenant. Gillespie, a
Canadian in the Gordon Highlanders. The two officers determined to
attempt an escape al night by jumping from the highesl wall of the cita-j to tiie head and thoy clinched. The
del Into the ditch, a drop of 45 or challenger blocked Cue negro's rui i
"ii feet. Lieutenanl Core BrowneJAmid much lighting lhe black man
jumped first and escaped injury, butlsaid, "Willard is a good kid," nnd
| with  great self-sacrifice stayed  with; then rushed Jess io the ropes, s.cor-
body.
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hospital, where he is being well! Willard's head. The challenger was
cared for.—London Canadian Gaz-a trifle unsteady on going in his cor-
elte. |ner at lhe end  of this round.
Round
I
Round 14.—The round opened
with Willard rushing and missing a
right nppercut. The challenger, was
the aggressor and tried to force tbe
lighting. .lolinson slammed Willard
on the mouth with a left. Jess only
laughed. The negro was beginning
to miss his leads. Willard drove a
hard right to Johnson's ear.
Round 15.—The crowd kidded
Johnson, who rushed Willard to the
ropes and scored 'live bard swings,
remarking, "What a grand old man."
Willard grinned al the remark and
also at the blows accompanying
them. The negro smashed a hard
left lo the body. The bell found the
pugilists fighting in the centre of the
ring.
Round 10.—.lolinson missed a left
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ti'oa.  —Hi  lie  made  to   the   9ui>erl(.
lataaat   af  Provincial  Police  Mtd  t»
tag   fkuusj   of   License    OMaataaVatelon--
i tor tiui ("May ni' Prince llaajtaat for
IMHaafaaHU    III)   I't'lll.lve   tile   UatOaaMC   for
the sale of liquor by wholesale from
the luesa'soA known as Lata 15 and
(K, iHucli 38, Section 1, slauatae- U
Mt Street in the Oi«y <rf Prince
lAmmmo. to tbe lands duiu'iOW as
L** 1* and £0, Hindi H, SMMton 1,
"on NM Avenue In the said Slty of
faPrimee Rupert.
DATED  this   20th   day  of   Febru
Mm, uii5.
PRINCE   RUPERT   IMPORTING CO.
LIMITED.
W.  II. Marshall, Monager
f21inar22 Applicant.
his friend  till both  were recaptured.Iing  two  hard  punches  to  the
The injured oflicer is in the military|The  negro  drove terrific  swings
Advertise in The Journal
Notice is hereby given that on the
£rst day of April next application,
will be made to the stiperinteadent
of Provincial Police and to tin
Board of License Commissioners foi
the City of Prince Rupert for permission to change tbe site of the
wholesale liquor business now car
ried on by the undersigned company
from its present premises, namely,
Lots 16 and 17, Block 11, Section 1
situate on Second Avenue, City o
Prince Rupert, lo premises situati
on Lots 15 and 16, Block 32,' Hon
lion 1, on Fraser Street, in the Citj
of Prince Rupert.
Dated (his 27th  of February,  A.D
11)15.
Beaver  Wholesale   Liquor   Compan.
of  Prince   Rupert,   Ltd.
2Smar2S C.  A.  SWEET,   Mfcr
added two more lefts to the black's
face, l.'p lo this point Johnson had
not struck u  blow  in  the round.
Hound   24—The  crowd   yelled   tojSrWOPSIS
tlie fighters to'light but instead they
clinched. Willard laid bis weight on
.lolinson at every opportunity in the
clinches. Johnson pushed Willard
backward in the same manner as bei
did Jeffries at Reno. Johnson missed
two weal; swings. The crowd yelled
its disapproval. Willard then smashed the negro with a left to the face
at the bell.
Round      2".—Johnson's     actions
^^^     CHAD
REGULATIONS.
MINING
NOTIOE   OF   OaWSBLLATION    OF
RESERVE.
|     NOTiCE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
rtlie   Reserve,  existing    on    Detention
17.—Johnson hooked a
lefi to his opponent's jaw and a
right nppercut to the same place.
Willard landed a right to Johnson's
body and a left to the head, Willard
again scored a right to the body andHsht have iniliratr(1 ,1,at ,,e thoUght
I.locked    lhe    negro's    return,    ''ackl^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
i „..,,    , ! , ,     ,   ,'was Irving to get   the   decision   on
drove Willard to a corner and landed ".."o       e
,     ,      , points at the end of   the forty-fifth
two  swings   to    the   head.     Johnson11
again  hooked  a  right  to    Hie    body
Caal uilnlng rights or the Domin-
ien ii MaBiroan, Saskatchewan and
Attejata, li-hr. Yukon Territory, ths
Nartawost Territories ar.d a portion
ef Ha» Pneviuee of British Columbia,
may be leased for a term of tweu-
Ir-OaUt years at an annual rental of
Ml par acre. Net more than 2,560
aeras vtill be .eased to one applicant.
Appttcations Coi' a lease must be!)
».**» ter the applicant in person to
HlMi Agent or Suli-Ageni of the dis-
Mct In whicli the rights applieJ for
are situstec.
Iu    suavejod    territory    the   land
ic could not knock Willard out and | 1UBt  ,, de8Cribeti   by   sections,   or
legal  ap*M*rvisions nf   sections,   and
la Uatsacveyed territory tbe tract ap-
Isalaad by reason of a Notice aublisb-
eii ia the British Columbia Gazette on
the lid Ih of May, I 012, it hereby can
^celled.
R.   A.   RENWICK,
Deputy Minister < f Lauds
Departmenl  of Lands,
Victoria, B.C.,
October   19th,  1914.       o2!
round. Willard shook the negro with
nnd followed  It up ivith. two punrnesja  risllt  t0 the  heart'   He tllpn  cllp*
to the head Ipei tn€ I,esro with   a fast   left   and
started   to  force  the   pace.   Johnson
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Round 18. After playing a tattoo
on Willard's chest and stomach the
negro drove him lo a corner, where
the negro smashed him twice on thej
jaw. Willard's leads were easily
I picked off by the champion. After
several tries Jess landed a straight
left lo Johnson's jaw and a right
swing to the stomach. At Hie bell
Johnson landed a punch tn tlie body
and  another to  the jaw.
Round  19.—Both slowed up a bit,
Willard    now    was    the     aggressor.
! | Johnson  stood   in   the  middle  of lhe!
was conserving every bit of his energy. Willard again landed a left to
the mouth and then repeated it.
Johnson stepped around backwards I
at Ihe bell and dropped heavily Into
his seat.
Round 26.—Willard opened with
a smash lo Johnson's body. Tlie
referee forced them to break from
a clinch. Willard rushed and slammed   a   right and  left   to   Johnson's
sited fer shall be staked out by the
a»»p)irnn!   himself.
Bach application must be accom-
paoiud by a tae of js, which will be.
aatoadei   tf  the  rights    applied    for
Xiot available, but not other-
. A royalty shall be paid on the
mrskaatajl* ontnut of the mine at1
th* rat* ot Ave cents per ton.
Sbe  tarssi   operating   th.
t with
^^^^^^^^^^^ e   miae
Suma.!, tie Agent witT* swum
awMufttlatg for the full
•t Hcrabantabie coal mined
t_% m—t tfce royalty t-Xo-rean. If flic
*n asfilHv, righte are not boiug o»-
aMIaa, such returns should be fur
■Mad at least once a year.
Tbe lease will Include the coal
niaiaaag rtgbts only; but the lessee
aOajy »a» permitted to purchase what-,
•w avaHalile surface rights may be
statored  necessary  for  the   work-
lOdy.    In  a  clinch  the  latter  talked|lag of the mine St the rate of   $10
over  his shoulder to  his  wife.    Wil-
REASOXAnLE    ilV'li-IS
THE
■
Continental Trust
Company
000
The Morning Jou-
50c. per month
B. C. Undertakers \
Kiineral    .Directors    nnd    Km- 4
bnliiieis — Satisfaction   Guar- ^<
iinteed — Open Day and Xiulil O
n
117 Second Street       Phone   11
i'-i ucc   ' iorton    -    -    Manager ,-
n
4 < ■. a 44 a a a o4 040 i^^-fl-iw-n-a-frtHKH
PICK.
Tiie Cnnndl •   Pntriotic h'uiul.
Will   tho
fund      ,'-!'!"!! Ihe
  and    ■■ ■■  si     li -■ -.-
j v. Ih »e service v i*it   the
fa r  her  A Hies,
.,,,      f   ili.
CCIlittlftON,
P.O. H«av 786
|lard smashed Johnson. Willard wins
Ion   knockout.
The great crowd then rushed Into|ftgint of Do'tnlnVon Lands
the ring and menaced Johnson.  Several squads of soldiers look   | os
sion of the platform and cleared the
crowd away to proteel  the lighters.
 o	
IIII.IXIIV
.EDUCING
PRODUCTION  COST
Ooatum*^ • ,00-04000::    > 0O444i
I
0
I'l.VGIXI'laltS,      IIACIII   . II
i   ■■   '.'.    .--,
,1!. c. ('on  -    1-.- ■-.'■      lie II     .
'n       id- Iia!
for fishing bin dp
"-'■- ■
ring and blocked Willard's blows.
During this round nol a Bingle hard
punch  landed   and John-.,in i- I
able  to  divine   Willard's every lead.
, lie negro tli n     d ii  i illy, land-
In    two li '''■' to   '-■   hod} and u rl thi
.- ■ he jaw,
Round   20,    Willard    open '1    the
ii   n II ii   two  liglil   blows  to  the'
B^BjB^PJBIBJ
lid,   ' ' i,   kid "     Willard I ■■.  ,tinui d  fro  i    'age   One.)
dl '■   and    Btniled        io.     Tin        owd i  —
...  ;..,. ,■ |e(1| ..,,.,,.,      ,. ,.  lion.   The  new   smeltei   produces  I I
,,     .   ,;,.,  ; - |],arcl :il.oul   eighl    and   one- half   cents   a
tabbed and  pawed tin   air   until   '     »°una,  but a cosl  of between seven
lai -:-.l   -.  swim   i:--   negro's }■,■■    ' ''• '    '     ''"   l:ll<1   one-half    cents   is
The negro immediately cui loose and eventually looked for.
lhe The! B^B^Bb^B^B^H
crow.]   wci
drove  :i   li
..  ....
»er acre.
For full information application
hould be made to the Secretary of
he Department of the Interior,   Ot
5HaHKH*aaWH*<>l-H-<«WKTO
Ut.llt.aaMliJslj
alllUtlyaU.     111..a
HUSfBRT
Free
ta-wa,   or   to   any   Agent
Sub-
W. W. CORY,
Dainty Minister of ihe Interior
JAMES GILMOKE
' antic    -■ hen    Willard I
,•- ti   and   lefl   to  tli
at the bell,
Vfter   a    minute   ..
■ :,     Furniture   Satle   nl   <ltMia-j;a
ARCHITECT
cond   Ave. Near  McBride  St
MOTEL MRECIMY
lecawbcrc   of  the   Prince   Rupe *
*a«v«»ta*i(l  Vimhuers'  Issoilntlon
iit-'s," nil   depaavrtmonts.
■ ounl ' for c»a*h.
ecoriI
.
■
to tl
1.0   llll
■-   '
■1
'
Hi.>.in 1 ".iiii-s nnd Parts in slock.
ul
__fo'
ol.ected   hiiu-
|f -well lev fell into r,
ihn Iked   around   ll       rii
lard   ml
both la I, ere fig lil
Ins for i'ii opening" i I ihe I    I
Round
•
Royal   \nTiil Oi^|a>isp;e »f Cunada.
^^^BleXaiinii,at.i.i{jii   for   tbe   en-
;try lit Naval Otto's, vlll bs bold at
1 tabe 's:«'.Tn-«lina (inatitio of tb-j Civil
Sor :..- f'l-.-flaiuiainTi ifl V.&j, i!iir>
tubnessf ! eandftlctes Joining the co!
Viae nn. or ,iv"-~' '— '■•isust. Atipii-
TIi ■       this poinl ootkiDS for mtny «rn be reaolv»fi in>
Service   ConnataWlrm,   Ottaw*,    ?<a<m
•    ■   i.H itntry ?«ms en* non b»
In-!' *'',*'",lri-
he blows ol , ' '"'-''■"    "■  »« '» >*Ion io
Si'""' ■   •     abM|*»«*l,   f.vX   •KXtMon   on    t*«   m
S lellnrl,    ll/>    htlfttarorl    Hit.    naatrw.'a      l.rt^a, ! ^mlf,    Vyft'i
I the negr.       body
ghts and lefts,
k
ined.   Willard  continued   wo    li ■
"at,   --\t.aa!-    aiKlKa'aVati    --.Mf    'ill    ll ll '.tU**!     O*
Johnson only ^^^f^ttm, .„ «» oM&K~m\ii*A.
'--i-.'..
..«'.-. ^■lK....:i>'
Sled. Iron, Oils,  ili..- Rope, linlala  Kcltlng,  B. C.   \V 1   Pulleys, 0
('iiliiiiiliiuii   lli-on/e  Propellers, Storage Butteries, Dynamos aud fi
.Marine  Accessories. ii
Itcjiulrs—I'lrsl-cl.-t.ss   t.]nlj.iiit-iii and stall for machine and ship ie- E
pairs. m
P.O. BOX SIS TBLfiPHONE 313
tHiMriiiiraQMaGoo&aGGaoe
a. j. *»i»«at'aiv^,«r>,
' HAMT tOm*—or «it*M>m   B«->■--.■ l*.
t»'al»»,11*«M||l,(t   Of   Hat   VatCS!    ItK-KTU*.
Wm«v,   IsukMur  rtk,
for the in gro's stomach. Jack grin
tied :u the shrieking crowd. Never
tholi is, Johnson was showing the ef
facts  of  the  pace.
Hound   23.—Willard   rushed    Into [7
a  clinch.  Johnson   held  on   until  or-j   ' —
tiered  to  break  by  tha  referea.   Thaj     D«"
challenger    shot   two   lefts   to   theUmmm, «»»akH»a, iim-ni mmi
negro's face and they clinched again al  M*r<* E«r*aaik rttooa.   iiuii
Mill   wrestled   about   ths   fins.     Jits'Tlte, tha Dasaa hi-aAW,
WWMW4M"   i'Ot*:l
"-.     el   rfcr* A-r.». and   lOigtilh St.
W.  ft.  li,')*^!.   Pi-op. '
rtmm., mnvmAi,
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Basstll
FlaraptMia   Piiua,'   I lutes  BOc  to  Bl.OiV
for l>«|
lll^will'r    aft    I'e'i'M'r,    Props.
BLiffftlKSS  HOTKBi
!. V. "loehiotic '.'. II. Casloy
Irliafrd   Ave,   lietwearn  Sixth  *«d
Hwralii   Hy.
l»»!'Opri,n   PUai;   30c   to   !' 1. Par   tlavt
ftOTAlt  KOTBL
e<Wa»J    A    a^«aagaittaat,    IValtpt,
WWtatl   I to.  mn»   UmMi   '«-:.
Raj>«riuia   mWkx *.;,.am   fianio/
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WE   WANT   YOU   TO   KNOW
THESE   HOSE
They stood the test when all
others failed. They give real
foat comfort. They have no
seams to rip. They never be-
eaae loose aad bu««r as the
sfciuic Is lenit in, oat VSBBP* lu
tkiy are <"I*.UtANT*SB» for
Soeaess, for siyl \ for si»aejaslor-
lty of materia) and wawsaao-
ship, absolutely stain! -is.aaad to
weSr nix montli.- w"th.out Holes
or replaced  by new pairs free.
Our Free Otter
To every one sou-d'a... us BOc
to cover sliinjlng charges, we
will sand, sub'eet to dilty. ab-
soTntely   free:
Three pairs of our famous
men's AMERICAN SILK
DOSE with ivrillen guarantee,
anj color, or _
Three pairs of otif Ladies' a
Hose, iu Mack, Tan or \Vlilte S
colors,  wiih  written guarantee.  3
DON'T     DELAY—Offer    ex- _
plras when  dealer in your   lo- 5
cality   is   selected,    (live    color '5
4 and si/e desired.
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0 21  Uitiii'i  Street K
1 Dayton, Ohio U.S.A.  S
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