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PRINCE   RUPERT,  B.   C,  THURSDAY, APRIL    ,  I91t
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[0RITY
Tremendous Struggle Ts
Going On In Carpathians
With Russians Victors
Petrograd, April 7.—An official report says:
"In the Carpathians, despite the
counter-attacks of lhe enemy, who
have obtained large reinforcements,
our offensive continues between the
River Toplia and the region in the
direction of the Uzsok Pass. All the
summits of the principal chain of
the Beskid Mountains arc now in our
hands. We took 2,900 prisoners,
three guns, and several machine
guns during the fighting.
"The German attacks in the region of Roslcuvka and Rozanka have
ceased after eight weeks of continued fruitless attempts to take the
Russian positions by assault. The
German suffered enormous losses
In the attempts.
"An aeroplane was brought down
off I.lbau after dropping bombs in
the city. The aviators were made
prisoners."
lias Been Great Struggle.
Poland has almost dropped from
sight while Russians and Germans
and Austrians have been sending i'l>
their forces for this great battle in
the Carpathians, which has been going on for weeks.
The difficulties that have to lie
surmounted by the invading Muscovites seem almost, beyond human endurance, but the Russians, faced by
the necessity of driving their way
through the passes if they are to
reach the Hungarian plains, are
fighting with desperation, those in
the front ranks knowing that heavy
reinforcements arc behind them and
coming up with all speed.
A corn's...indent of a Vienna paper describi i the efforts of the constantly increasing Russian forces as
almost superhuman and says they
are directing their operations againsl
tbe centre of Hie Austrian line along
a front  of about 40 miles.
GREAT BRITAIM
BUSINESS LIKE
SURVEVOR-GENERAL OF BRITISH
COLlMItLY  VISITER THE
BATTLEFIELDS.
Political Pointers For
The Electors To
He Thinks There Will lie Aggressive
Business After the
War.
Ci. 11. Dawson, surveyor-general of
British Columbia, has just returned
from Europe, where, after the battle
of the Marne, be visited lhe scene
of the famous struggle, and noted
the rapidity with which the devastated country was being restored to
something like its former pictu-
resqeness.
In one of the large French towns,
Ureal Britain has established her
military headquarters, he says, "like
a mighty tent." The manner in
which it lias been erected and is being maintained, the order and discipline ihat mark here every movement
are the wonder and admiration of
the French army and people. "It is
the business-like methods being employed by Croat Britain that have
pul so much courage into the hearts
of the French people as a whole,
They feel that the entire resources
of money and men of the greatest
Empire the world has ever seen are
thoroughly and sincerely at the hack
of the republic."    .Mr.   Dawson   be-
li -  that   when   the   war  has  been
brought to a successful close Greal
Britain and France will embark
upon one of the most aggressive
{business  campaigns   the   world   has
er known.
The slogan of the Liberals in the present poliiical campaign —
"Smash the machine"—is at once an evidence of the weakness of that
party in its contest, for power.' This cry against some sort of ethereal
machine which is supposed to be in -the hands of the Conservatives represents no policy and nothing to recommend them to become Ihe trustees
of the electorate. The Liberals would he more honest if they would acknowledge that Ihey were imbued with a strong desire to get into power; j
that the fact that a wave of depression was sweeping over the country
afforded a good opportunity perhaps to snatch a victory at the polls, and
that returned to power they would continue to carry along business in
as close an imitation of the Conservatives as possible.
Germany s Counter Moves
On Western Front Did
Not Accomplish Anything
BEARING APPEALS
f     Paris,  April
issued   today ' says:
-Tlie official    news
MANAGER   OF    DANK    OI
MERGE WANTS 73 PER CENT
TAKEN    OFF.
mtQC'-'CQMCUTQ,'""n pronoimced between the Mmse
iW>JED5rlLiIl laj and the Moselle, where we maintained all our gains and made further
co.M- advances. All day the Germans have
been engaged in violeni counter-attacks, bul they regained nothing.
Their last attack was particularly
y, bul they were mowed down
by our (ire.
"Near  Pareid easl  of Verdun   we
have taken two lines of tranches.
"At   Eparges we made an   Impor-
A NEW CRV AS TO  MACHINE.
The Liberal party did not always look with such dread upon' what
they describe as a machine. Many will remember that machine politics
in this, country never reached, before or after, the same perfection that
it did under Liberal rule in old Ontario. There the election trials contain evidence in which tlie leaders of the Liberal party in that province
admonished one another and the workers, to "hug the machine." That
party was at the same time preaching up and down the country, just as
they are in llritish Columbia today, political purity.
If the electorate want to see real'machine rule they should elect the
Liberals. The only smashing the Liberals will do will be their own machine in the warmth with whicli the,v follow the advice given the Ontario  leaders  to  "hug  the machine."
taut advance.
"In the Ailly woods several counter-attacks were repulsed. We remained masters of the position which
Quite a   Number   of   Appeals   Hare
Been  IHntered by  Property
Owners.
The Court of  Revision  sat yestei'ri
.day morning to hear appeals against
;tlie assessment this year. The court
consisted of Acting Mayor Kerr, Aid.
Edge,   Aid.   Beveridge,   Aid.    Montgomery,  and   Aid.   Nicol.    There    arc'we  gained   yesterday
quite a  few appeals entered.   These'     "A  German   detachment   of   three
are likely to be taken  up today, machine suns which crossed the Yser
The    most    pronounced    reduction yesterday  was dislodged  by  the Bel-
asked for was by L. M. De'Gex, local gians.
manager of the Bank of Commerce. "At Ktain we . -ed two hills
He wanted 7.". per cent, of the as- and gained ground nl Eparges, lak-
sessment taken off. ling many prisoners.
 ,—o _— "The German  portions til.  Ban-de-
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VANCOUVER  HAS RIOTS Sept were blown up.
THE WORK OF THE  MACHINE. OVER   RELIEF  WORK |
In the northern constituencies the work of tbe machine politics of
the Liberals is everywhere in evidence. That system prevailed when the
Liberals   were   in power in Dominion  politics,   lt lias been   In   evidence
TRAVELLERS  1(1 CITY  RY
As a   Result   of    Disci.iiliniiiilinn   ol
Free .Meal Tickets Fighting
THE PRINCE GEORGE
Ensued.
Vancouver,  ll.  C,  April
A  Good  Nunihor of   Passengers Arrived in Prince 'Ruperl by the
■ ri- G. T. P. Steamer.
only recently again in the choice of candidates.   The   Prince   Rupert party
machine dictated who should be the standard bearers for the whole of the
nortli.   In  the case of Omineca a  few weeks after the local machine had
got in its work a convention in Omineca was asked  to. ratify the   course |ous rioting and raiding in the tTown-
taken In Prince Rupert. .        .town stores took place lasl nlghl  by      The   (I.   T.    P.    stea'mer    Prince
As a matter of fact, thc Conservatives might well, in  view   of   the I" Inlln '"' Ave hundred   unemployed, George     which    arrived     yesterday
istory of the Literals, adopt a slogan, "Beware of the machine!" The"'    '"'''"    principally    Austrians,   morning    r    the   south     had   on
Russians find   Italians.    They raided     lard a good nil hi lifer of passengers.
lhe Boston Lunch, the White Lunch, Anioni     hi   -   ' ere lhe  following:
P.    Burns    \-   Co,    the   King   Sho        James   I).   McBurney,    W.    Green-
Store,    and    ■ ;     Italian     fruli  leaf  and   \ Ife,   R.   I     ?i    lei,    1".  Ef.
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Local Contingent Doing Wei!
Xews received from Shorncliffe Camp, K'eni Co., England, conveys the Information thai the 30tli Battalion of the Canadians, in
which l'egimenl Prince Rupert is represented by the lirst coating- §
. ui senl from here, is winning praise. The camp is a model one, 5
and the local members all seem to be well pleased with ii. Letters 3
state that Brigadier-Genera! Babington has Inspected the 30th and ?
,   n   liniented  the officers and men on their appearance,    They are   0
; to be the besl regimenl so far sen! to England.
(5»M*C»'l»ar,^*#»«',Il.l.l«l*W^*av^
a>OW0t>O«-aW'',lW'>Ol>O-(»^ '
terals, adopt a slogan.
PROMISE  BREAKERS.
The   Liberals  arc  notorious   promise  breakers.    The   electorate    will j
recall the pledges they made to the people for years before 1896 with re- '
gard  to the reforms they would Introduce if given power in the   Dominion.    They   succeeded  to  power,  but only   to   give   the   electorate   the
shock of seeing tbe party continue lo no small extent   the   policy   that
was  pursued by the Conservatives  when  in  power.
The   electorate should know the Liberals well enough   as   a   party
nol io triisi them. The campaign with them Is anything to gain   a   vie- ;
tory in the constituency affected.    Keep out the Liberal machine with all
its iniquities.
,TOK MARTIN'S ATTACK.
Joe .Martin's "Journal" continues Its sharp criticism of the   Vancou    ,..„„.,,,.,,
ver Liberal platform. "We doubt  very much," says the "Journal," "if Dr.   mea]   |]V|.(|s  ,,!„,,„,,„„,,,,
Mackay,  who drew up Ibis new  platform, took the trouble  lo   read   the j 	
regular platform  of the parly." ,,.„.,<  „„„,.,„ |.,„mi,.„,
Jack  Dowllng, son of !■'. W.
stands, smashing   vindowi  aud  loot-  ;';     and   rife, S    McGIII,   ,1a A.  Rog-
[ing the .-lores. . rs.    John   Hobin,    C.   W.   Newton,
A  squad   of police,  with  mounted Joseph  R    Mathews, Mr    \moss, Mr.
icn, got in the melee and used tlieir Klontz       i  i Ife, .1    da n    13    Pear-
batons   freely.  Gus    Erickson,    ronj   ion,  Frank   ll    Franks,   Jr.  Graham,
Valentine,  S m   P      off,   Frank    K»- Thos.   R.   Biggs,   W.   A.    Rowan,   T.
, and A,    Battistoni   were   ar-  I:."!, A.  K.  Best; Mrs,  McNab,  ll. P.
n st. .1.
3       Civilian Rifle Association
Jones,  Jr.,  W.  .1.   Pasi ,  S.   Raney,
The relief work  had  I n stopped   P, Walli   e, Mr, Shortrldge, Mr. Hen-
free  derson,   Mr.   Whipps  and   wife,    Miss
0 trander,     Mr.    M.-In.mil.I.    F.     A.
Fisher,     Mrs.     Margarel       tsbester,
.Mrs.  Muir, .1.  Enomoto,  i..    Mosker-
iwl    ten, -I.   li,   McLean, -I. Jones,   .1.   D.
.      • ■     by,  Mrs    F.  II.   Robinson   and
two chlldn n, Miss .1    \.   McBean. !•'.
ing of the Dominion Telegraph
'■" ■    ".'-   I.e. ii   promoted   al    Shori
TO THE ELECTORS *>F PRINCE RUPERT
A meeting "ill be held In tho Agricultural Hall this evening at
8 o'clock sharp for the purpose of forming u Civilian Rifle Association.    Members of the 88tli Rei Imeni and all others Interested arc
invited in attend the :■ I In  .
vy.  R,   MARSH \LL,
Acting Adjutant
!''•' Camp, He bus been given the H Worlock, l>. Heal, l-:. .1. Dawn
rank of lance corporal and Is attach- and wife, Mrs A. Campbell, M C.
ed as staff bugler, Drew, and  \.  D. Catbnm and  wife.
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Having decided to allow my name to be placed in   nomination   x\\
Took Out Heavy Train
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Advancing Ih South Africa
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of the Union of Smith   \frlcn  <■••■ rupted  wlthoul    oppost-
illw's      tatlons ;,i   Kail I  :.'• In   und   Wnrntmd.
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for  the offlce of  Mi.yor I  lieieby solicit your vote and Influence
Yours respectfully,
T.  Mi'CI.YMONT
The Expri B    vi sterday moi tun.'   I
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C. T. P. was the heavies! one that has lefl Ihe city, li consisted
of twelve -ai'--. Of these, six were expi refrigerator cars loaded with fresh flsh for eastern markets, The remainder of lhe cars
are the regular ones,
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Owing to n vacancy being caused in the Council membership
T leave tho decision of choice. <>f candidates to be elected in your
hands. Thanking you fur pas .support, being now a candidate I
await  your decision  with  pi - utnire.
Tours truly,
1).  \V. MORRISSEY.
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Telegraph Opened At Usk
The Governmenl Telegrai lis has opened a now oilice at Usk.
This is done mainly to serve the convenience of those who are interested in mining op.'rations. The Cordillera property, in which
Messrs. Welsh and itolildns are Interested, is located a short distance from this ;v.int.    By means of tbe new connection, which   Is   jj
a telephone one, direct communication can he had with the outside.   5
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THE Ma4Y0RALTY
To Tin: 1:1 in runs ok thi; city ok prince rcperti
I.allies .1111] ('entli'iiim,—Having consented In i---.iv i.. ,..-,,,.
a ciuididiite for die oflice ul Mayor, i ivould iipprcelute n renewal
1.1 the confidence which you have reposed In mo In the pust, aftei
having returned lo you il.ei onlldence directly it became hinted
thai 1 in.-ii hav.- transgressed the strict loiter of the law, In the
pasl 1 strove (.. ronscienlloi > serve }'0«, and should you see lit
i" iiguln I...11..1 ine ulili 11 renown! of youi confidence, I pledge you
1,  continuation  of thai  policy.
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O. II.  NELSON, Editor.
Office:    128   Third   Avenue
near McBride Street. Telepno
Contains about -2*4  lbs.
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Postofllce.Box 61
DAILY   EDITION.
Published    every   inornim
Monday.   Delivered bj        rier In
city at the following rate,
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The sale of Producl No. 99 is strictly
confined to the high-class supply
houses, lis cosi of manufacture is
therefore not affected by Dept. or
"pri. • cutting store" influence that
• res manufacturers to the
u Inferior  chemicals   and   pro-
. Nor iis the dealer allowed to
reduce the retail price under penalty
of    having    his    supply   terminated.
G. T. P. S. S.
A POWERFUL SOLVENT FOR
CLOGGED UP DRAIN PIPES
"mi" destroys accumulations   .:   li'iii.'  paper,    cloths,    liuir,   slime
vegetables   soap,   I'ruii and  many  others,    li   ;-. harmless ti
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S.S.  Prince George every  Friday nt l» :	
S.S. Prince John at •" p.m. on Sunday, April 11, 25, etc.
For Massett nntl Porl Clements S.s. Prince John 10 p.m.  Saturday,
April  :i.  IT, etc.
For Skidegate, Loclceport, etc., S.s.  Prince John   11    p.m.   Sunday,
A pi il   I. is, etc.
For Stewarl   and  Nuns River S.S.  Prince Jelin !>   a.m.   Wednesday,
April   ;,  21, etc.
For Anyo.v   (Grnnby  Bay)   s.s. Prince George midnighl everj  Wednesday.      , (
G.T.P.   RAILWAY   SCHEDl'LE
Trains leave   Prince  Itupert fci Prince George, Kd
Winnipeg etc., at  10 a.m.   Wednei lays   nnd ••■■
necting   with  trains   for  Si   Paul.  I il Is   east.
Trains ■     from  the enst  un   riuirsdiii 0 p.m.
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For reservations,  tickets and  bill   Information level   to
in of tiie world apply to tho G.T.I*. Tickel    Olime. Third
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Avenue:   . ■-.   ncy oli  Atlantii   Steamship  Linos,
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yi                      .i         ■■ f reporl  of I -         111   be   ible to  lake   keen
London   l*ui   Sale,  which    was   full., ea      e In a  renlly  d lightful voca-
encouraging1. In order nol to mislead
the parties concerned In this line of i  o	
business  1   would   ask   you    to    givelt ■                   •   *   ♦    «   «   *   *   »
space to the  following:                            « usili  Regimenl  Earl Grey's Own »
Considering    that    only    a    small  * Rides.                          *
quantity    of   Lampson's   outfit    wasl*   "
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I Coal, Cement, Piaster and Brick
AND A COIIPLETE LINE OF BUILDERS' SUPPLiES
ORDERS by Major .1. H. McMullin, Commanding, March lf),
Parldes—"A" Company will
parade  at  the. Exhibition  Build-
sold,   while   two   oilier    auction    fur
houses   iu    London   withdrew   their
sales,  and   considering  the  small  attendance of only a few Rritisb manufacturers,  while  the  European   buy-'*  ing    on    Wednesday,   April     7,   !
ers   have   been   entlrelj    absent,   no1"  and   Friday,   April   9,   at   7:4"   •
wonder  that  prices  prevailed   better "   P-m-
tban have been expected. * at 7:-15 p.m.
As a matter of fact, there are still  *      "B"  Company  will  parade at
on hand furs worth many millions of I *  the     Exhibition     Building      on
dollar.-, which cannol  b.    "Id al any      Monday, April^o, and Thurso's
price,  and   the  American  and   Cana- '    \  v"< S, al 7:45 p.m.
atai ffering   of   this ' W.  I     MAI!    I M.'. 'Lieut.      •
stni. ■        . Acting   Adjutant.
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"They onlj  sei   on.    Id.   of II   The hai     been   tor  the six   months next
work   is  very   hard  niul    i he    houi
liuiK'.  My advice to Hum.' niils   who
iliiiili   they  are  fitted  for  stu^e life
Is in nn tn n  good   theatrical   man
pre.. ding the day uf nomination the
Rei i, tei ed Owners, In the Land Registry Offlce, of land or real property
in the City of Hi" assessed value on
the lasl Municipal Assessment Roll |
..i Five   Hundred   Dollars   or   more
who knows Ills business well and l rer and,above any registered judg-
.,,  , , incut tir charge, and who are other-
wl"  ,"' ttble  '"  l<,H •''""  |D   M   V(,|'-Vi'-i...-    duly    qiialtflod   as    Mi lipal
little Willi* Whether or nol lhe stage
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Voters.
Is  your  sphere,   These  men   are at-
Qlv. ii   under my hand   al    Princp I
Rupert,   British  Columbia,  this  nisi  ,
ways mi  the  lookoul   (or promising day ol   March,  1916,
'l-ll:Nl*ST   A,   WOODS
'"iii"   i,'-i,-..ss,-s  and   are   the   besl      ..a ..      pn1]     0|!i,.(„.
HEAD    OI--PICE:   MUXTKiOAl. ESTABM8HED   1808
'':i|!iliil     S   11,500,000
Kcserved   Fund S   12,50
Ti.lul   Assets     S185,0ti0,<MK)
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... Bank  Department—SI  will open an account
Brunches   Tluougboul    Caiijulii  and  Bai . ons With All
Piu-la. tif the United :'...,  a,  \  unts Throughout the World.
H.  I".  WTItSON,  Manager        - . Prince    Rupert    Brunei:
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g iu tw^jr. njuwv.np-ii wnuw mwrrm r,mmimj -r»»*--* .iiraiyMWra
How The Guns of the Allied Fleet
Are Battering tke Dardanelles Forts
shells when deep in the earth caused uses
The  allied   fleet   is  employing    indi-jangle  in order
even   the  armored    upolas   to    turn
complete somersi}ults.
- .-.; loying
l'5-inch  guns in  the attach on iKilid
-     tins  ha e  :i   range   of
rect fire at the Dardanelles to accomplish the demolition of the Turk,
ish  forts.   This is the-samo fori .  of
the-1 hell. en    miles,   and    therefon     I  -
The  indiri cl   fire    of    tlie    Q      n  ■"      :'  lui1, ' ,: "  lnce ovei   "':ih'      "'
b ti-   and    insorl     li     Ji it   "■   ' '", Indirect   firing  is being.'con-
ehai'ge.
velocity of 2
having   r- ■        . ■.
cordite for a   ■— . ■ ■■ ieloc-
ity of 2,800 tee!
I
i  .     ,  Ski ■ na   Land    District—Districl
Queen  Charlotte  Islands,
hid.    By
of
liiv  used  by  lhe  Germans  al    Liege'!now  being directed across the  Gall! ■   :'  medium  rang.
and Xaniur with the heavy 42 centl- poll  Peninsula  al  the Turkish -vork-      '■     '■■'■' ''      :    '■' '" •*""
i Hid Bahr, Ti     ii-..- •; . ir   In the plan U les are tol-
""'■■'   ""'   ;'        -"
  .    nd   which  ar,   act- "'     In. i
c-|i     of ol
1 ' .ii-: '-ii" - '<'•■' Piombo,
of  Priuce  Rupert,    B.C.,   occupation
or, inti mis to apply for i.er-
el  tor coal
troleum    iri r the to loji lag described
lands on     e W    I  Cos     ot    -.
Island: Comi , osl plant
ed three mill e north of the north-easl
'   ::,; corner ..:  Lol  2437, thence nor!
■ i-i.-,]  • ie 2,500-f. chains, th wesi  *i  chains, tl     c
'south    Su   chains,   thence   eai l
!t>" Is deemed £ :      -   ,,,.... ..     ,   polnl   ,,,-
ser
;ii. tre siege guns.
The   British   ,ii"   deli'     ; i
it - i   (ire  fi "in  the  Qu ■ a   [ Unlabel '•■■
the inflexible and the Prim e G.
Gonlractor tend Buildei
containing   -      acr.      ion    u Estimates given on nil   clnssei   ol
[1)0    ro  '.; ound "'"! PETER   PIOMBO.      u..rl<.  whether siuull  ...   Iii*ge.   Per.
flag
lies   In*  .'!.-.
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Date loeated, December 3rd.  I '■
■ Bona!  :i, tenl ion given to . i.-. s   item.
;100
..\ er a  range of   ie. en   ni li i.    1 lie      Tl
El! it -'     ,"    nil        . il     ,'      I -
lulf of Chin de and o
t« the noi
11,, i    elles,    .:.        thej     i    i the sbot
pl.lil. il     I'll!-" .    «*
and stili ha l'athori Ing tli
of  water. In.d
nines in i
ed   by'  fl ' '    '
.      ,1.1--,;       -       '
Land    1 ilstricl    District    of
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las when
- I
her   consoi       "       ni    fivi -     hand di
,! as a minim fety, and to
li
.
ii study of shovs that Iti.
this depth  is  nol   i each, t!   ;.-' ii  .-'■
inln  il'    Bea li ,    tn dai!        nij
depth  the  ivar&l Ips can   ii '    ti
within less than a mil liore     ngl
niul  us  Hi.    beach   i.    their   tronl   la! of I ',• ■'.   "'
flat  no  opportunity   Is  affc ded    the ':'i  , 'and      rash    thi
lore.
: ■ Ive strati
li
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I     -       .  ■',     ;. ■ IK . '
ling chai li   nc.    a'en free?
:
,.-.;,  ish   ship,   [oil  - In st  experien
hav. be. rebatteried  it    I lie
■ -     ■ h   '
er. The B ■ .     reps ed  tor this
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Queen  Charlott.
TAK1       I'i'ICl" thai  Peter 1
- . ,   ,     B.i'.    oi cupation
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n Die
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ed live miles, ud o
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Turks lo  bring guns to bear. on        id'obst ns,   final] : :i ' ""  ' ' '■■■ ;i 'B 9aId. for
The  indlred   lire which  the   Brit'-'ing ...      i;    he  Ian   i   ships in service.
ish  ships are  delivering  ma ,..,,. -:,    ,     :     on   and  tl    - -  uces       '■';■   Japanese jusl  before the bat-
gorted  t..  when   I he  ohj i :l   fired    ii:
cannot be seen or when it is desired
to hide the  guns which  are  making
the attack. As- ihe word implies, the
guns are not aimed direct,  but,   on zone of thi
the  contrary,  are, elevated   at   high mur  :h«>  li
are  alwa s    xcell nl   thai       i with  theJtusslan  fleet succeeded
mous  crater  will    esull   into   which   in  obtaining an almost  entirely new
will     tumble    g '.i-:-.-"s     ■ ■'  supply  of. British   suns   to   replac
nil alt", or   happens  to  be  within    the  ihe pieces which had originally c-ome
■:,!■■-.   \;  :      .     ,  '   '■'      I' .'in  English gun plants.
st  of tne  42-centimetre j     Tbe  British  6-inch  45-calibre gun
1  ' ... i
dom .
chanil
is Ti       'ii   ,      :
,".' "'..',    the tern]
ture of the
erab) red n ed I ; ti ue "the
muzzle ii r ai I. 1. Aboul the =enl of
the shot, and a few calibre lengths
beyond, the erosive action in big
guns alter some rounds is truly
frightful. The metal is found gbuged
out in great fissures, and in eonse-
quence the powder gases pass the
slrell, fail to exert full power in the
base and even tend by reason of Hie
unequal pressure to give to thc shell
a deflective -line of travel, in other
words, not only is velocity reduced
but all accuracy is gene.
The British here found that   their!
ol
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commence!
i i-  I.
j,.:". ii   ■       - li
Dull- locnti !.  Dec imber 4tli, 191 I.
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DR. GILROY, DENTIST
Ci - l   . '■'. oi l   ,i
I] ecialty
[Oilice:   Bmith    lllock,   Third   Avenue
A. FAULDS, M.I. M.E.
Consulting Mining engineer
TAKE NOTICE thai  Petei   Pioi  I
of  Prince  Rupert,    B.C.,   oci   nation
Prospector, Intends to apply for per-!E>"an..nations   and ai    of
mil 'it'll   to ■•;  coal and  pe- Coal, Metal, Oil. i"tc.
troleum ovcr thi   following described „,„  ,, .   „
lands on the  (Veil  Coasl  ol  Graham 709 1j""»'">iii St.      Vancouver, B.C.
Island:  Commencing al a ;:osl plant- ■	
ed five miles easl and one mile north]
of the north-easl corner of Lot 2435
thence north SO cliains, thenco westi
80 chains, theme south 80 chains,
tlience east .SO chains, to point of I
commencement, containing (140 acre,
more or less.
ja2.) PETER   PIOMBO.
Date located, 4th December, 191-1
!SS
LAND ACT.
Skeena    Land    District—District
Qu»en   Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE   NOTICB  that  T,   D.    '.-',<
c
Massage,   Manicuring,   Scalp   Treatment,  Electric Treatments,  Etc.
Mis.   X. I..  Handasyde, Prop.
211 Third St PRINCE RUPERT
P.O. Boi  1714 Telephone 44S
RITCHIE,   AGNEWj  &   CO.
Civil Engineers und Surveyors
Prince  Rupert,   B.C.
i'7-:ii',!i    guns    hart
life    of    120
rounds, and the 11-ton guns a ■ life
o rounds. The 67-inch guns can
(Continued on  Page Pour.)
of Queen Charlotte City, occupation
Parmer, intend lo apply tor permls
.ion to purchase the to low'ng de
scribed lands: Coj.ii.i.'i.ci;. ; at a pos
planted     ai     the     south-west      cor
er  of  (alooden    Island    in    Be lb
y,  folloiringshore  Hue to pol i
Skeena   Land    District—nidbriot    of I
n  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKB  s'OTTCl     ha!  ■ Piombo,  Ba''' tnenoe east r1"' thence norther
Prim B.C.,   occupation | ly,  thence   wesi    ly, souther
nds in i-i ply tor . i
i,  , ■ il and pe-
ileum . ' • iinmi noe»ent, - i  italning li e acres
'   or l«ss.
land: Commenc i
- 1  five'miles east  of the   north    . DANIEL   HOGG
of  Lol   I' '■ .       easl   80
lali .■     tbence    soutli     80    t
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Waterworks, Water Power, Wbart
aonstructlon, Reports, Plans, Domln-
on and Provincial Land Surveying,
Electric Blue Printing, Negatives aud
White  Prints
Dated tiih Feb nary, 191.".
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DeliverecTto your kit '
door, like groceries
liains,     i  poin
menl    con! lining 640 ai ire or
... 2" ' '.    ii"
Date locatt d, D Ith, 1914.
. ■ ",'   i. ind   Disti "■: Disi ricl  of
Queen  CJia lotte  Ish -
i '- -•"  ni Tl 'i:      ti   ' ■■   ■ ■■     '.v.
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Piombo
Dati   located,  28rd 1
na 1     d Districl
Porm   ! I.
Form of Nol t< i
na    Land      listi Id     Districl    ol
Coasl
TAkE       NOI :■ '■ Edward
CheBley,   Pro  ,  in
tend     o   ippl     foi -       on    to
llowln land:
1   ite'd one
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orth     beundarj    line1
right   "    •• .-    .i
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JINGLE PO)   COAL
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Pacific Cartage Limited
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Oil Fields Uir-ited
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Prospector, intends to apply for pi r-
inisaion  to i.rusfiee!   fin   coal 6nd  pun-oleum over lhe following described
lauds on  the Wee!  Coast ..! Graham
Island: Commencing at a poet planted three miles north of the north-east
corner of Lot 2437, tiience north  R0
tliaims, thence east sn chains, thenee
south    80    chains,   thence   wesi     SO,
.-'.iHtis.  to  point  of commencement
toB»ahil»K 640 acre* more or h~is.
ja29 PKTER   PIOMBO.
Date loeated, Deoetnber llnl, mi 4
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PRINCE    RUPERT    JOURNAL
GRANITE
GRANITE of best  quality and thoroughly tested  for sale
Cut Stone or Crushed Rock in
Quantities
Mill, .1. McLEOD   lb  Green 217
OCEA^FISHCO.
Fresh  I'isb Arriving Every Day
(Outside ..iii'i's promptly attended to
PHONE  BUT. 850
GOVERNMENT  Wl   "111KU
REPORT.
Furnished   by   I-.   W.    Dowltag.
For 24 hours ending 5 p.m.
April   T.
Bar, reduced  to sea level.,. .29.030
Highest 'temperature    50.0
Lowest   I. mperature    40.0
Rain  32
PHONE 554
P.O. BOX 60
FOR
iAPERHANGING
'ainting
gushing and
wall tinting
HIGH-GRADE    INTERIOR
DECORAfflNC*     '    SPECIALTY
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SECOND SaVE USAR McBRlDls
JiKH^iKl-tWKi-a>iKKH5-""15 000 04
CANADIAN STEAM
LAUNDRY
NOW OPEN FOR  BUSINESS
Ptntest und Approved Methods
■|Only   Skilled   Operators   Employed
BRITISH WAY OF
before  they  were rescued  from   the
sea  were engaged  in   sinking   inno-
TREATING PRISONERS h" **«* *& «* ™<™* ™-
.ing non-combatants, they cannot be
regarded as honorable opponents,
but rather as persons who, at the order of their government, have com-
THOSE WHO WERE TAKEN 1
SUBMARINES    KEPT
SI'lPATaATi:.
:om
Reply  Sent    In   the   Communication
From   tiie   German
Authorities.
Groceries—Our prloea are the low
est in lown. You will mis money 0'
almost'every article. Give us a iria       A   German   protest  and  threat   of
order  today. Phone  12.1.  Prompt  ie   reprisals on account of the treatment
ivory.  Miissslh'iii  &   Co
Ave. East.
42S   Flftn
Advertise in  The Journal.
Buffi i.s,   ii "t.   Beds,   SpriiiKg,   Mattresses, Blankets, S!i««tw :l_\ phi»«v
at March liuavgniu fi-icoH.   George l>
Tilt', lhe House (furnisher.
SYNAPSIS      Of      C»AL      MINING^
RECULATIONS.
Coal mining rights of the  Domln
Ion In Manittfba. Sask
mined     acts    which     are    offences Alberta,   tiS  Yukon    Ter
ind con- |Northwest Tecrffori/ss and a po.	
of the Pituinpe of British Columbia,!
may be leased for a term of twen-"
ty-on"e years at an annual  rental of
Notice is hereby given that on the
i ilrst day of April next application
will  be  made  hi the superintendent compliment'   to  his majesty's   secre
by Great Britain of lhe prisoners
taken on board German submarines
was made public yesterday. This rjro-
lesi was transmitted by Germany lo
Ureal Britain through the United
States. The reply of Great Britain
also was made public.
Under date of March  20, the American ambassador wrote Sir Edward JHOW
Grey,   British   foreign   secretary,    as
follows:
"The    ambassador     presents     his
against the law of nations
trary  to common humanity.
"His majesty's government also
would bring to the notice of the
United States government that dur-
ing the present war more than 1,000
officers and men of the German navy
have been rescued from the sea,
sometimes in spite of danger to" the
rescuers and sometimes to die prejudice of the British naval operations,
No case, however, has occurred of
any officer or man of the Royal Navy
being rescued by Germans."
 o	
of the  Doniln-
iiatchewan   hum
Territory,    thej
and a portion'
per acne. Not more than 2,5 60
acres will be leased lo one applicant.
Applications tor a lease must be
made by the applicant in person to
the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in which the righls applied for
are situated.
In surveyed territory the land
mst be described by sections, or
legal subdivisions of sections, and
In unsurveyed territory the tract applied I'or shall be staked out by tbe
applicant himself.
Each application must he accompanied by a fee of $5, whteb will bo.
refunded if the rights applied for
are not available, but not otherwise. A roynl'ty shajl be naid on the
merchantable output  of tlfe mine  at
of     Provincial     Police   aud    to   tho
Board  of License Commissioners foi
the  City   of   Prince  Ruperl   for per
mission   to  change   the   site  of
wholesale liquor   business now
tary of late at Washington, to transmit   the  hereto  annexed   u-.vt    of a
telegram dated March IV, which Mr.
the I Bryan   has   received   from    the   Unreal' I man   foreign  office through   the   em-
llll. GUNS
OF THE   \I,laIt'll  FLEET,■'ae late of flve ,:(intB per ton
i Continued   from   Page   Three.)
Phone ns and ive will call for a
trial  bundle
Note   our   address:
515 • SIX TII   A \ I'l NI I•:   W EST
Phone No. 8 g
Canadian Steam  Laundry   g
5^-&mv5-t>t>'' -K«BKrt&ima.att<H>atHi
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Capt. J. McGee
M.M.S.A.
Musters and .Mates prepared
for examinntlon. Compass adjuster.
Phone Itetl 502
"NAUTICAL   ACADEMY"
Hclgcrson Block, opposite
Ito.val  Hotel
<HKH>*-0 00000 0000 fl-T^»»S*i»S85-l5
lied on by the undersigned companybassy at Berlin:
from Its present promises, namely, j "'According to notices appearing
Lois in and 17. Block 11, Section 1 in the British press the rtriiish ad-
situate on Second Avenue, City o jmiralty is said to have made known
Prince Ruperl, to premises situati-its intention not to accord to thc of-
nii Lots 15 and 16, Block 32, Sec Ificers and crews of German supination 1, on Fraser Street, in the Cltj rines who have become prisoners,
of Prince Rupert.
Dated this 27tb of February, A.D
1915-.
Beaver  Wholesale   Liquor   Compau.
of   Prince  Rupert,  Ltd.
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B. C. Undertakers
Funeral Directors and Ein-
baliners — Satisfaction Guar*
anteed — Open liny niul Night
117 Second Street      Phone il
Bruce  Morton
Manager
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SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES  S
For Rent
REASONABLE    RATES
THE
Continental Trust
Company
■>WHH*iKrti<'a?aWH'HW^
NOTICE
The Canadian Patriotic Fund.
Will those who need assistance
from the above fund, resident In Wie
city or district and whose breadwinner is ou active service with the
forces of the Empire or her Allies,
kindly notify tlie secretary of the
I".',ii organisation.
tf W.  0   COLLISON,'
P.O. Box 736.
lire  I'M)  half charges  or   200   threi
quarter charges, and tlie 11-ton guns
-T..I half charges or 12."   three-quarter charges.
The British hav.' in recent years
adopted the wire-wound system ln
their heavy gun construction. In
this system around the A lube are
wound successive layers of llat steel
wire, extending from the rear end
of' tho chamber to within a few
inches of the muzzle. The ends of
the wire are secured to steel rings
provided    for tbe  purpose.    A   sleel
oners of war, and especially not to} ring forming a stop for the wire is
concede to the oliicers the advantage [shrunk onto the A tube at tlie breech
of their rank. [end. The B tube and jacket are slip-
" 'The German government is of
the opinion that these reports are
not correct, as the crews of the submarines acted in the execution of
orders given to them, and in doing
this have solely fulfilled their military duties.
" 'At any rale the reports in titios-
tion have become so numerous in
the neutral press that an explanation of the true facts appears to be
i.i the most, urgent importance, if
for no other reason than consideration of public opinion in Germany.
" Tiie Imperial Foreign Office,
therefore, requests the American
embassy to have an inquiry of the
British governmenl made by the
medium of ihe American embassy
I in London -is to whether, and in
I what   way,  they  intend   to  treat  the
Hoynl  Naval College of Canada.
ped   over  the   wire  and   are  secured
by shoulders.
The British wire-wound system is
slrong and reliable. The guns will
stand    heavy    pressures,    bul     what      The next examination  for the  en-
tliey will  not stand   is  lung sustain- _V o! Naval Cadets,  will  be held at
file examination centres of the Civil
ed tiring under conditions which ob-[Service Commission in May, 1915
tain in the use of smokeless powder, ■uccessful candidates joining the col
liege on  or about lsj August. Appli-
This  statement   applies   to    all    scr- |eatlons for entry will be received up
vices, onlv it  seems to be recognized Lto  loth April by the Secretary, Civil
„    ,      „ , . , HService   Commission,   Ottawa,    from
that  the cordite of the  British navy^,,^ b,.lnlt en(ry forms __ now be
is  more deleterious in  its  action  on (obtained.
The person operating the mine
shall furnish the Agent with sworn
returns accounting for the full
quantity of merchantable coai mined
and pity the royalty thereon, if the
coal mining rights are not being operated, such returns should be fur
nished at least once a year.
The lease will include the eoal
mining righls only; but the lessee
may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be
considered necessary fo..- the working of tlie mine at the rate of $10
per acre.
For  full    Information   application
should be made to the Secretary   of
tlle Department of the Interior,   Ot
taiva,   or   to   any    Agent    or    Sub-
Agent of Dominion Lands.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy  .Minister of the interior
Aa,'-6,        V-'"       .^-'-^H
^J«^£M3aa^Sa^/&
,,i-: Candidates for the examination in
May next must be between the age9
si'i'of fourteen and sixteen on the 1st
IJuly,  lill*.
bores   of   guns   than   the   powder
other    nations—certainly   more
than   llie  powder  of  the    American
,-,   .      . ,      ,,   . ,       , !     F.urther details can he obtained on
navy.    Bul   with   all   lis    advantages Bppllcation to __ unaerB.gnea
and  wearing down  of bores, cordite
G.  J.  DESBARATS,
"leputy .Minister of tlie Naval   Service
"Department of the Naval Service,
Ottawa, January 8th, 101i">
Unauthorized publication   of   this
advertisc'meni will not be paid for.—
officers and 'rev... of German subma-1 bring about chemical changes in the J7286S. ja2S
.in.- boats who have been made pris- mixture and therefore  render it  un-| _ .
probably Is the safest powder alloat
in its ability to withstand climatic
changes, and by this is meant thai
climatic   changes   do    not    tend    to
NOTICE is hereby-given that on
tlie 23rd day of .March next applica
tion will be made to the Superii.
tendent of Provincial Police and to
the Board of License Commissioners for the City of Prince Rupert for
permission to remove the license for
the sale of liquor by wholesale from
lhe premises known as Lots 15 and
1(1, Block 32, Section 1, situate ;-t
Frazer Street in the City of Prince
Rupert, to tbe lands described as
Lots 19 and 20, Block 23, Seotlon 1,
on Third Avenue In the said City ot
Prince Rupert.
DATED  this   20th  day  of   Febru
ary, 1915.
PRINCE   RUPERT   IMPORTING CO.
LIMITED.
W. H. Marshall, Manager
f21mar22 Applicant.
a._2|k£_..»
NOTICB   OP   CANCELLATION    OF
RESERVE.
NOTICE IS UEREHY GIVEN that
the Reserve existing on Detention
Island by reason of a Notice published in the Briliab Columbia Gazette on
the 30th of May, 1912, If hereby can
celled.
R.  A.   RBNWICK,
Deputy Minister it Lands
Department of Lands,
Victoria, B.C.,
October  19th,  1914.       o2!
«H»tJiMH>i>iKf0-O<WO O-Crtl
UL Ala.laNi.liaU.lJ
; oners    111   any    respeci
'other prisoners of war.
" 'Should  iliis print- to he the.ease
worse    iliiiii 'stable.
The   British,   it    is   thought    her",
will be prepared to relieve the ships
0000-0000000000000004000000 I Prospector, intends to apt
mission  to prospeel   f.
The Horning Journal
50c. per month
Skeena   Land-   Dlstrlcl     Dislrict.    of
Queen  Oharlotte  Islands.
j    TAKE NOTICE that I'eler Plontbo, j „.,„„,   0f   th
, lot„r,!i"^R"^i ■•°^„'C<?0rap* the sharpest   protesl   be  lodged  with j forts  in  order to permit of the   in
..nd pe- the  British government
Irtilanm ovcr i'i« following described ,. ,  ,,   . ,
fends  on   il   ".'.*i   Coast of 0,^^, proceedings   aad   tllat  ''"   ,,("lht   ,K'
Island:  Oomni  ndng a! a post pfcfl*- left  that   for  each    ...ember   of   the
i .1!' ll   of  ttac   norWi-tast „ -, , , .
corner of tat 2435, tie-nee noi*!: M crew "'  a  submarine made prisoner,
cba.     . " "H' ■■ on  :   sfl .-bains, rtieuae
mill     8'i    olinins,    tonne    —emt    t*'
i'Iiikh.     n    taajto:   nf    coniiueiifH-mtfli!,
con/aitting ilOl ;r ■ •    more mx bass.
1 |ai»
11.11.
lOCfMGll,
I IC '   PNUMQ.
DaMonJber «*.. ism.
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RUPERT MARINE IRONWORKS AND
SUPPLY CO., LIMIT Ii
W VI'I.KI HUNT.    I'lUNCI'    III PIIIIT
g     IINl'IMIKIIS,     MACHINISTS     \\n  MACHI.Nl'ItY  CONTlt.AOTOHfi
r>
a    Specialism  in  Murine Power  Plnnls, (lil, Stoiim, .,!■ Gasoline.
ihe  request   is  added    that,   In    the of the Dardanelles fleet  very quickly
German    government, I after the  reduction'of the   Turkish
it  or the   in-
inst such slallaiion of new guns. The Admiralty  long ago adopted  the policy   that
it would he cheaper lo undertake to
rebattery   vessels     rather    than    at-
Fi   British  army officer held  as   pris-|temp!   lo substitute some   new   and
oner of war in Germany will receive less certain   powder for  cordite.   To
corresponding treatment. completely change the entire Bystem
"The    Imperial     Foreign     Office for powder making would not   only
woiiM I rateful for information at mean   new    works,   new    machinery
the     trll si    convenience   regarding and   new   methods,   but   an   entire
JAMES GMORE
ARCHITECT
Second  Ave. Near  McBrlde  SI
HOTEL DIRECTORY
Members  of  the   Prime  Rupeit
Licensed Vintners' Association
of
It. ('. Const Agents for the British Kioiiilioiil Si'mi-Dle.sel i-il Lit-
gini—the nt..-.! reliitlilc ami econoiiiicni, i'm! il.e clienpi'sl
power  I'm- li-bing  bonis,  lugs anil  passenger vessels.
Siaiitlititl   i.'.-.s   Mnglni!  Company's l-ingiin's anil Paris in stock.
•ut: it;.."l.i.'ia'.W,
■ ■" ri "ill of III" steps taken.' "
' i'i'-   I'l.lwiii'.!  Grey    replied    to
Sin.-ri.-.in ambassador, under dan
April   I, as rollows:
"'i I ,-  Rt .-ii'i-'i -.   of State  for   For
'i    ii.11     Affairs   presents   bit
.1  in.'ills io tlie United    tate 1 ambassa
dor ami  with reference lo his
lenoy's note of the  20ib  n 1 tin
spectlng   reports  of   the   press
the 1 r. .inn.nit of pri loners fi om Ger
change In design of existing guns.
f'lteena   Land   District      -   Distriet  inf
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TA.Kl'l  NOTICE  that  Andrew   W
Ma«J<oftH, of Prince Rupert, B.C., oc
i'iimpll-1 -upation Carpenter, intends to apply
' or permission to prosi eel   for   coa
nd HOtroleiim ovei' the following de
ixcel-l  erfbed   lands  on   the  West   Cons!  of
Graham   Island:    Commencing  al   a
' le" posl  planted two miles north of the
upon  north-east corner of Lot  24"3, tlience
nnrtli    XO    c-bains,   thence   easl    80
(-aaniVnB.    thence     soulh      sn    cliains,
WINDSOR    HOTEL
Cor. ol   I'Trst Ave. and  Eighth St
\V. II. Wright, Prop.
HOTEL  CENTRAL
Kirsl  Ave   umi  Seventh St.
Kiiropeun   and   American   I'lnno
S1.00 li. 82.50 Per llaj
Peter  Black,  Prop.
•        I'
?£/1   I"!   Ife'.    •   '
man   submarines,   hai   the   honor  lo thence  wesi   80  chains  io   point   of
state  thai   lie  Ic
I'iiHl
1111.)
KNOX   HOTEL
*vu.    Between    lilghth
N1»th
Europeiin   Plan:   Units  50c to Sl.OG
Per liny
HeNiier  *   Besner,   Props.
from  the   loiil
conimtssloner of the  Admlralt)   lliai-
eommencemenl, containing 640 aores
more   sr   less.
,
K
'     "a   !
■Ji liaStV-l
ANDREW   W,   Mad EAN.
the officers and  men'who were      3-Ifl8 Agent,  Peter Piombo
|i 1  from   the German   submarines^ located' 23rd pecember. 1914.
'-'   *Jnd   "-12 have" been placed   In Bkaeni   h;]m|    DlBtl.tct—District   of
naval  detention  barracks in  view of Queen  Charlotte  Islands
ilic   necessity   of   their   segregation     TAK,,a N0TICE that Petei  Piombo,
from  other prisotlers of war. I >f Prince  Itupert,   B.C.,   occupation
„,     ., , I Prospeel or, intends to apply for per
il!  these quarters  they arc  treat- nli,;Si„n  ,0 pr0Dpect for coa! and pe-
Sleel, Iron, Oils, Wire Hope. Bnhita Belting, IS. ('. Wood Pulleys,
Columbian Bronze Pronollers, Storage Batteries, Dyntunoi and
Murlno Accessories. ■ •.■v*t(i
Repairs—First-class   equipment nntl stall for inacliino and sliip re-   ^
pairs. 0
P.O. BOX G15 TELEPHONE 313
0
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ed with humanity, given the opportunity for exercise, provided with
German books, subjected to no forced   labor,  and   are   better    fed   and
lers
equal  rank  now In Germany.
s,  however,  the  crews
two German submarines In question
Iroleuin ever Ihe following described
lands on the West Coast of Graham
Island: Commencing nt a ost planted three miles north and one mile
east of the north-easl corner of Lot
2437, thence north 80 chains, Ihence
clothed    than    British   prisoners   t.rjeast   80    chains,    thence    south    Su
chains,   thence   west   SO     chains,    lo
■ point  oC commencement,   containing
■\s,  however,  the  crews   of    lliC'1140 acres more or less.
WW i'*'*TaI*H   PIQMBO.
Bate located, December 3rd, 191-1
KMPRES8   HOTEL
I. V. Rochester v. ll. Casley
Third   Ave.  Between  Sixth and
Seventh  si.t.
t'.iiropciin  Plan;   SOc  to   $1   Per   Buy
ROYAL HOTEL
Corley .V Burgess, Props.
Third   Axe.  and   Sixth  St.
European  Piun Steam Hcsted
BEAVER     WHOLESALE     LIQUOR
CO.,   LIMITED
Second   Ave.   nnti   Sixth   SI.
Phone 108
PRINCE RUPERT IMPORTING CO.,
LIMITED
Rraser and Sixth Sin
Phone   7
American   Silk
J»   *    ■ *•"*' HOSIERY
WIS   WANT   YOU   TO   KNOW
THESE  HOSE
They stood the test when all
others failed. They give real
foot comfort. Tbey have no
seams to rip. They never become loose and baagy as the
shape is knit In, noiTpressed In
They are GUARANTEED for
fineness. Tor 9tyl9, for superiority of material and workmanship, absolutely stalul ss.aid to
wear six months without holes
or replaced  by new pairs free.
Our Free Offer
To every one sending us SOc
to cover shipping charges, we
will send, subject to duty, absolutely  free:
Tnree  pairs  of   our   famous
4 men's     AMERICAN     SILK
g HOSE with  written   guarantee,
g any color, or                 '
g Three  pairs  of   our   Ladies'
g Hose,  iu  I-ilack,  Tan  or  White
5 colors, with written guarantee.
5 DON'T DELAY-Offer ex-
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4 aud  size desired.
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4 21   LUtner Street
2   Dayton, Ohio . I'.S.A.
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Phone 99
LStand:    Hotel    Prince    Ruperl
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tiii'si, Brightest and Best
ers & Albert
Second Avenue Phone llll
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