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 .
The Joum •;;
K-5 00
a year
High-clas:
- Job
Printing
VOL. v.
PRINCE   RUPERT,   B.C.,   THURSDAY,   A
Price   ."*   Cents.
ZEPPELIN DROPPE
IN ENGLAND
>Y BRIT
IN MESOPOTAMIA
German Attern.ts To
Lead From  Trenches
Are Frustrated In West
INVESTIGATING I SEEKING TO INTEREST ■/_ Thousand Pisoners
INDIAN RESERVES I      INVESTMENT HERE
Paris. April 11. -An official report
says:
"Near Berry au Bac we have carried a cerinaii trench.
"In Champagne   a detachment   of|
KILLED IN  ACTION.
Lieut.  VY. ,1.   Wolseley,  of Sniitiiei
Meets  Oeath in lhe
War.
COMMISSION      CHARGED      WITH I BOARD  OF  TRADE   TELEGRAPH
THIS   TASK   ARRIYEIJ    BY
STEAMER YESTE.RD.AY.
The  Members  Have  Gone    Into
Intel i.or hy  VVuy t.i' the
G. "1". P.
Ml) COL. CARNIHilK  RE COP-
PER  KEPIXEnV.
lie  Effort Is Made to Secure Capital  in
Tills  Pari   of  the
Province.
Taken By Russians
Near Ozsok Pass
German  Infantry attempted to come
oul  of theii' trenches but were stopped  by our  lire.
"At Les Sparges a counter-attack
was topped  by our artillery.
"In the forest of Ailly we extend- i
ed our front and repulsed a counter-1
attack by the enemy."
— o ■
PLOT THICKENS ABOlIT
SWABODA THE SUSPECT
Lieut. W. .1. Wolseley of Ihe 2nd
• Battalion Easl. Lancashire Regiment
was killed in action at Aix-la-Chap-
pelle on March 14. Lieut. Wolseley
was a member of the firm of W'il-
eocks at Wolseley of this city, baling here last August to join his regiment in the Mother Land, says the
Smithers Sentinel.
The many friends of tho Lieutenant will be sorry to hear of his
death in the trenches while fighting
to uphold  his country's honor.   The
_________________________ Lieutenant,  who  was only  29   years
It Seems Certain He Was a   German I
.of age, saw service in the South Af-
Citizen   —Real    Name    Ray-      '.i(..ln  Wa|,   waa   wounaed|   but   de_
moiiil  RiitT Sell wind. spile all  this,  ho was so anxious  to
  ijnin  his  regiment  that  he not   only
It  is certain now that the so-c:ill-'Wils  thc  r^   "™"   to  S°    r™m    the
Bulkley Valley, but he paid his own
j expenses as well. All honor to an-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ other of the sons <if Britain who
Touraine. He has admitted that his have flung their lives in the scale
real name is Raymond Ruff Schwind that their country's honor might not
but says that be was born in San be lowered.
Francisco and that the records have]  -o	
ed   Raymond  "Swaboda"  Is the  man
who set  tiro to  the  French  liner  La |
ARRIVALS BY THI.
STEAMER  PRINCE GEORGE
IS MAKING INSPECTION
OF AIDED  HOSPITALS
been   destroyed  by  the earthquake.
Contrary   to  this,  a  London   business  man  has  identified   Schwind  as 	
his former German clerk, who   was
,    , ■ Among   the   first-class    passengers
born  in  Bremen, and  the son   of a
_ .arriving  by  the   Prince  George   yes-
German fiscal officer.
terday morning were   the following:
H. U'ickbamnier, H. A. Chapman. F\
i A. Corbit, Mr. Gaylander and wife.
Mr, Maillett, Mrs. Grossman, Mrs.
Florence Richards, E B. Hastings,
■Mrs. Jones, W. S. Fisher, N, E. Dinning, E. II. Fletcher, G. Tooker, T.
Brandon and wife, Wm. G. Clarke
and   wife,  ,1.    S.   McArthur,   Charles
_, ,  , ,„ .    . Plaxton. .1. Ross, Archie McEachrin,
There  arrived  from   Victoria    yes-
P. Walker. N.  W.   White, S.   Carmi-
Icrday P. Walker, chief clerk of the •
chad,  I).   11.    McDowell,    Fred    Ren-
Provincial    Secretary's    Department. wm.|h    ,ohn  RoDertS|  Mr   yolmg| ,,
In connection with his offlce he has n. ]>0|'f, L. .1. Ilavery, R. McCullougb,
charge of the hospital end of the'Walter Robinson, Clara Brown, Lena
provincial service and the sanitary I Silver,," Mr. Wickenden and wife, Mr.
arrangements throughoul the prov!Homey, Mrs. II. C. Seaman, .1. N.
Ince. On the present visit be will Shaw; L. A. Moody, W. C. Arnett,
make an inspection along .these lines. H'  McLeod,  R.  S.  Johi   'on,   Frank
(1.   Evans, George  G.  Baker,  S.  Jen-
There arrived from the south yes-]     The   following  telegram   has   bee
terday, by  the  Prince George, iiiein-|Sent  by the Board  of Trade to Coi.
hers of  tiie    Royal   Commission    on David Carnegie, inviting Col. Carne-
Indian  Affairs   for  the   Province   of gie (o include Prince Ruperl   in  his
British   Columbia.   Those  who  com- itinerary  of   investigation    Into   the
,„,,,, ..   ...     ,,,, .        ,. leeonomic   and   industrial    conditions
pose the body are -N. W.   White,   K.
,,    ,,      ,   , ,    ,       ,    '   , '       of  British    Oolumbia,   which   be   is
C, tiie chairman; S. Carmichael, K.\
C, and   Day   II.   Macdonald.   J.   A.  .1.
McKenna, K.C., and .lames P.  Slaw,
tho other members of the   Commis-j
sion, are not on this tour.
The members have come here loi
visit the reserves that can be reached from the G. T. P. as far as Fraser
Lake. A. Tyson, Inspector of Agencies, accompanied them.
Leaving   the    steamer    here,    the
making on behalf of tbe British War
Offli c.
Col. Carnegie is paying particular
attention to the copper industry of
British Columbia, an industry in
which Prince Rupert and the North
has both a present and future prominence in Ihe mining industry of
British Columbia. He is also said
to be reporting on the possibility of
war material  being manufactured at
REMA! li YISLI"   PROPHECY
AS   I'll  WAR'S  KNI)
President "I  Belgian Society ... Medicine in Kngland Tells of Con-
frere's Prophecy.
I • trograd,   April   I I.    An    official
stale.1:' '
'Ik  tin      pntinues in
1 ''!■:■;
slighi ess and repulsed repeal
,      .,  en.   iy, We
■... ■ iptui Ing    > ml
prisoners."
Ex'teudlng   Work.
There have been ninny  ivai   ...
ecies. and  the   following,  from   the
pen  of Dr.  Clement  Philippe,   prcsi- ^^M
dent of the Societe  Beige de   M.ede
I ae Continental Montana  Develop-
dne et PHarmacie en  Angletere, has 1       ,  Com,)any| operatlng „,  Hocher
lattracted  much attention: |Q6 Boule, has  Increased  Its stall  by
On December  13,   1913,  1  was at the arrival  yesterday  of G.  Thorn
medical    conference    in   Brussels. s'>" r''om  Butte.   Mr. Thompson will
commissioners went on board the|eertaln ,,omts in British Columbia
special car that the Q. T. P. had jn-ince Ruperl has both the raw ma-
placed at their disposal. They left by terial ,ind the facjnties to offer, so it
the    regular   train   for    Vanarsdol,|ls, hoped' that the city   will   receive
The most eminent doctors connected
with the French health resorts were
P. Walker. Chief Clerk of Provincial
Secretary's   Department,   is
Here.
where the first stop will be made.
The special car placed at the dis
posal of the commission will be disconnected at the different points
where stops are to be made. When
ready to proceed to another point
the car will be picked up and taken
on. The members of the Commission will make their homes on the
car during the tour. When seen yesterday morning by The Journal they
spoke in the highest terms of the
G. T. P.'s thoughtfulness. Gen. Supt.
Mehan boarded Ihe car shortly after
(Continued on Page Four.)
due consideration.
Following is the telegram:
"Col, David Carnegie,
"Victoria, B, C.
"The president and members of
the Prince Rupert Board of Trade,
noting that Col. David Carnegie and
his staff are visiting the province for
the purpose of investigating the Industrial .and economic conditions of
British Columbia, urgently suggest
that his investigations be extended
to Prince Rupert and Northern British Columbia.
(Continued  on   Pamt  Two.)
THINKS RUSSIA WILL
GAIN NEW RELATIONS
"I had a friend, the director of lho
observatory a!  Mont Soiirls, who was
i clairvoyant.   Three  months  before
the war In 1870   I
s; be was coming out
  I  am cry-
The War The Widening Of Trade'l^^r ""' '"" """^ ""'*"
Morley Donaldson, Vice-President Ofl'"°outbrea,< "f
The G. T. P., Sees As A Result Of r» medium-sue trance
I be  resident  in  Prince   Ruperl    most
of the lime, and will look after various matters connected with the ship-
in  turn   initiating  their  Belgian  col-. ,. ,, , ,
ping ol the ore from here. D. .1. Wll-
leagues into tbe mysteries of hydro- Uam8| th(, superintendent of the
thermal science. On this particular mine, lefl yesterday for the Rocher
day,  Armedee Tardieu,  who  had   the  de Boule.
honor  of    personally    attending    for!  o	
[two years II. 11.  II.  the Countess of BRITISH  KOOTOALL.
Il.'landers,   mother    of    King    Albert, 	
bad  been  speaking of tbe  Auvergne.1     Pol)owlng a,,p  ,,,.. „,„„, (>f „,......
and   in   the   course  of   a   banquet    heL  h   ,eague   footbal]   ^m^    ^^
uttered these words, which made his ,u( Putm,,,.v,   n„ ,he K,.0,,m,s of ,,,„
fellow-guests   smile:     "In    1915    we nrst.nai,u,rt ,,lu!).
shall be in  Berlin and we shall have       Blackburn  R   .,   Tn(tcnh.„n  ,.,.  ,,
reconquered  Alsace  and  Lorraine."        Bolfon  w   „_ Newcast]e ,.   0
Ironical   interruptions  only  served,     WooH.lcb Al.sona, „_ ,,„,.,.  ,
to  make  our  confrere  more  serious;     „,„,„„„„,.    ,.     2>   Mlad,e8Drougn
and he continued almost with a pro- ,
phetlc air: N,otts county 0j Burnley 0.
"I'm telling you the truth. In 1915       Oldham  A.  3, Sheffield  V. 0.
we shall be In  Berlin  and    we   shall       Sunderland   1,   Bradford  City   1.
have   reconquered   Alsace-Lorraine."      west  Bromwich  A.  1. Bverton  2.
And he then explained himself to his       Sheffield  W, 3   Chelsea 2.
astounded audience.  In  bis sonorous. Second   Division.
voice, Tardieu, one of   the   greatest       Woolwich  Arsenal  ."..  Bury   1.
French  medical   authorities,   a   uni-       Birmingham  3, Grimsby 0.
versally-respected veteran or 72, add-      Clapton Orient  1, Preston X.  B.  1.
Derby County   1,  Bristol  City  0.
Fulliani   2,  Glossop  0.
Hull Cily 2. Leicester Fosse 1.
Leeds   City   4,   Notts   Forest   0.
Lincoln City 1, Huddersfield T. 1.
Stockport   County   1,   Barnsley   2.
Wolverhampton   W,   2,    Blackpool
ed:
In Different Channels
I see you, Tardieu, three
months hence on the boulevards
handling money In your hat, and
c..i;n!ing   it   at   the   Car.'    du    Nord,!jjovo A   2.
Southern   League.
Northampton  4, Dillingham  0.
Southampton     4,     Brighton
nd
Yesterday
visited    the    Prince,
Ruperl   General   Hospital   and   Bpoke
of  ihe excellent  shape iu   which   he
kins,   Major   Moore   and    wif
Jac
___________,—__%       ll   Long,  Mrs.   Pnrgarcy,  Mr.  Morley
favorably  with  the besl  in tho prov
ince.    There  are   few,   In   fact,
ai" in such good shape.
thai
Hubert  and   Wife,   I".  A.    Larkin,    l.|
Mi-Lelhin,   Mis   Marcelle   Lobarge,  S.
I).  Long, Mrs.  Fargarey, Mr.  Morley
Mr. Aerge, W. ll. N, Robertson, Wm.
in   the  opinion   of   Morley   Honald-, velopinent   that    will   follow,
son, the vice-president of the G.T.P.,!tome In  for a prominent    pl
should' |!.,.n  you   leave  with   an   ambulance,
ice,    ii   \'  Aulnoye you're stopped by a rail-
who lefi  yesterday on his trip east,|will be on  the shortcsl   trade  routi
way  accident,  Inn   by  a  miracle
...
the close of the war is likely to seel between  this   country   and    Russian
a  very greal  widening of the inftu-1territory  on   the   Pacific,    in   time
Iher train bears you to 11
M.iii:bonne an engine driier Is li   .
t ii ft an ambulance man  will   Bay tr
Reading 0, Cardiff City 0.
Croydon Conn.nm ... Exeter City 0.
Bristol Rovers I. Luton Town 0.
M ill wall  A,   I.  P irti month   1
.| ,,i'ii':; Park  Rangi r    i. 8« indon
T   2
:0'Nolll,  Alex   Boulhroii.   Mis.   Ander-j once  of   Russia    in   Hie    commercial j there   Is   no   reason    why    the   cily J(M|    'Chef,   I'm  a   driver,'    nnd    will |     Southend  I'nli.d  2, Crystal  Palace
'son, .1. h. Westenhaver, Q, L.
Mr    U'llker  will  go on    lo   \nyox
Thompson, O. M. BeirneB, Mrs. Ilnr-
lonlght.  and   make  inspection    there,'
■ rlntt, C. .1. Deyquer, W. McLaren. I
returning   halirdny   and    iiroce.'diiig,
IF.   W.    Rudge,     May    Struthers.    N. |
world.   He thinks thai  that  country I should  not  come  Into  the   field   »f inke his place.  Your train  will con- 3,
will   come   Into   new   relationships, manufacture along lines thai will be tlnue "n  Its   Journey   to   tho   east,      Plymouth Argyle I, West  Ham tl.
Britain  and   France  will  come   Into| represented   hy  the  products   of the  'vhera ""' wounded are weltering In 0
along Hie line of tin- G. T. 1
 o	
I ollcc Commission.
1 Vanalstinc, and  A.  Harris.
The police commission  will   meel -
this  afternoon  at  8  o'clock    in  the'*
('iti   Hall. ;«
w.  s,   Fisher  returned   yesterday!*
from a trip to Victoria, *
MAYOR TAYLOR Sl'CCRKDS.
Vancouier,  April   l I,    Joseph
Martin's    attempt    to     unseat
Mayor  Taylor  has   failed.     Suf-  *
licient notice, it  is said, was nol   *
given..
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British Drave Back The Turks
London, April  11.—The Til ks, according to an  official   report,
',",! the British position a   Kurns Ahwaz Shaiba   in   Mesopotamia,    They were driven  off. leaving lino prisoner;:.   The  British
casualtli     were only ."2 wounded.
UK
I
CWCHKiOOO
mustuxoa
hade   connections   with   the   land   ..I  easl
lhe rzar, lie thinks, as never before.j
These  new avenues of trade   will
.nato a general awakening of   P. is-
sia.   Tin   i. .ul! should bi   « ondi , tul
advances by  that nation.   In   the past
, iBSin has been a neglected country i    "
in  the  way  of  trade.   From   now   on
he situation   will be chang. .:
sia  has grain, hides, and tallow, Ol   :
to  iiicnii.in  a  few of the articles   i
commerce, to offer these otlier coun-j
tries.
Canada should come into prominence in the trade relations. There
should be an opening I'm lumber,
machinery, and oilier manufactured
articles.     Prince  Ruperl,  in  the   ile-1
■
-    o
• : KTI'RDAY'S   BAKI'l.ALI,.
Coast   l.ca.'.'iic.
Sail   Lake, 2;  Oakland, T.
nci "...  1:   Los   \i::
", nl   ■, 11;  Portland, 2.
American  Let: m
Clilcn   ..,  7;   St.  Louis,   D.
Bosl   '.  ' ;   Phllndol  '
New   '.',,. li,     ;   Wa  blngton,  7.
.      el ind, a;   Oi Irnlt,  1.
National  League.
Et; l ouis, a Cli|cni ... 7.
Brookl; a, 3; Xcv York, l 6,
Pill   "■:" . ' :  Cin. Innatl, 2.
Philadelphia^ I'.;   Boston, 0.
ibui ■   blood.     X ti rl   then   eventB    M ill
hasten:    i he   Empire   will   tall,
shall  1 '..'  Alsace and  Lorraine,
;•   hi,:       I     111      .  ' iter   I se.
men vyounded  by Frenchmen,  Bul  it
len Ibl.
inl 5   wo shall  have  tak       Intel    VI
sane in    no and   pi     hai
In   llerlln    \nd  I  «eep also for tny-
tiiti i win
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lity  I,
Scottish   l.ct-ii.'.
Morion 2.  M      '    "
I'.-lii'   I,
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Partlck '!'   I. Hamilton   \    I.
Aii'dii" iveys 3
Hlbcn  'ark.fl
awt««»4Rii cHKKrtKnwawr —aw r- - ft to o o ooioomoaoKMfovwHiimomaoit
mmm\ 9
Germans Dropped Bombs Ip ^^ltnd
'.oiidon,  April   11.    A   Germai pa      I   ovcr    Riyth,
'.        nd             Cram'lngtnn li irland  and  Seaton
i  ,n  Otirhamshlre toda       '   ilrn petl bomb    ,;, .    h    : ■•■ as li
a ,,'i over,
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.V.'r. Thursday, April  ir.,  1915,
"rim";:    aiFiinT   .isMtOaaVi,
prince liuvcr journal
Telephone 138.
■j „ui,j —	
li.  11. MASON.  Editor.
Office: 128 Third Avenue Easl,
near McBride Street. Telephone t38;
Postofllce Box 607.
DAILY   EDITION.
Published    every   morning
Rxceut
Monday. Delivered by Carrier in tbe
city at the following rate, if paid in
advance:—
One   Year    $5.00
Six   Months    $2.50
Three  Months   . . ! $1.25
If   not   paid   in   advance,
per  Month    $0.50
WEEKLY EDITION.
Published   every  Friday   for
mining of the appointment of a nau-j»J'>*HW»i«HW»K«H"«^^
tical examine:' for tbe Port of Prince]
i
Rupert. ':
Product No.
Contains ntiout
$1.60
lbs.
Mr. Davidson.of the G. T. P. stated thai the G. T P. had decided to
In til .. ' rvic. between Prince
Rupert and Surf Inlet, whicli ilfcitter
was taken lip" by the Board with the
il. T. P. a short time ago. This will
give Prince Rupert direct communication with the growing mining
camp at that point and should be
the rneane of establishing a direct
trade connection.
of
circa
Prince
[SEEKING TO INTEREST
INVESTMENT   HERE
addressed IP
fo
latlon   outside   the   City
Rupert at $2.00 a ye:
points in Canada; or $".00 a year
all   points   in the United
the   United   States  or  other
Advertising Rates Upon Application I''"1'1"4''
     .Continued  from
Kingdom |_	
Page   One.)
foreign |
'
Thursday,  Apr!
19 li
BOARD OF. TRADE
DISCUSSIONS
MATTERS  OF   INTEREST  TO   '
CITY   HAVE BEEN  DEALT
WITH   BY  BODY.
CHE
The
City  Council  Will   Be   Asked to
Co-operate In  the
Matter.
Northern British Columbia has
and oilier mineral deposils of
importance, It has, a smelter al Anyox, where there is ore to the value
of 75 million dollars blocked out. It
has also numerous properties in
course of development, and the largest drydock on lhe Pa. Ifl Co isf,
with facilities for the manufactiP'irig
of war material.
"The cordial invitation of lb
Board of Trade is extended to Coi.
Carnegie and his staff, and he is
urged lo make a visil to Prince Rupert in the course of his itinerary,
j where ihe Hoard will have much
pleasure in doing all possible to facilitate  his enquiries.
"D.   G.   STEWART.
"President of Board of Trade."
SWLENHID   FOB   PLUMBERS
The s-de of Pre luct No. 99 is strictly
confirad to t' e high-class supply
bouse-. Its co< I of manufacture is
therefore not i ffected by Dept. or
"price ititting Ktofe" influence that
so ofU-r drives lianufactiirers to the
use oi inferior chemicals and processes, ifor is the dealer allowed to
reduce he retail price under penalty
of    ba'-ag    his    supply    terminated.
A POWERFUL SW,VENT FOR
__ CLOGGED UP DRAIN PIPES
"IMI" destroys acciiniiiliitions  if lint,    paper,    cloths,    hair,    slime,
grease,  vegetables,  soap,  fruit and nuny others.   It is harmless to
DON'T ARGUE
flues plumbing.
IIO.VT   PUT   OFF
M TEST    IT
This iireparation has been so generally successful In clearing
drains that it in bought over and over again by tilVae who have
tried it, but Inasmuch as no on 'can know the actual condition existing within a pipe, it is absontely impossible for the manufacturer (OC the dealer to guarantee tie result.
CHEMICAL PRODUCTS CO., NEW YORK
I        ^OR SALE BY
HARRY HANSON
THE    RELIABLE    I'M MItKS!
FOR   THE    BEST   IN   PLUMBING   AND   SKATING   PHONE    180
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G, T. P.
Steamship Sailings
FOR VANCOUVER
S.S. Prince George every Friday at 9 A.M.
S.S. Prince John every Sunday at 7.30 P.M.
For Massett—S. S. Prince .lor    very second Saturday at  10   p.m.
commencing April 14.
For Naas River points—S. S.   lihce John every second Saturday 10
p.m., commencing April 21,
For  Anyox—S.  S.  Prince George  every   Wednesday  at  midnight.
Passenger train carrying eleclr"; lighted sleeper and parlor cafe
car leaves for the east on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 10
a.m.
Through  tourist, sleeping,car to St. Paul every Wednesday.
For through tickets, reservations and vfu!l information apply to
G. T. P. Ticket Office, Third Ave.; Agency all Atlantic Steam-
sll'l'   l-il"'s' .   '. ■ "•,'•:.■","   .     h
ana
At   '.       re ; :..'. . leelini
Of    i'l
Bi "i  Tr ide Roi
rei   lied fron ■  - iu ;'
. adei
cussio ■
Mr.  C: L.  Pete I    and
a.
re ort showed I af
fairs iv ere i i con
dition al tht the yeai
13
1914,  and  the thanks of tbe  Board
v       on    all' I       Mr.
son  for tl ndered
l"  -  •    ■'• inrd   In  mi
grai uitously,  and  I
. ■     o tender to Mr, Peter        an li. n-
orai       ii iiibership  In tl <1   foi
' 915.
tion o
the  Boar
prince Rupert cadet
(CORPS,
lei's  by  ' leori ■    I Ca-
Instructor,   for   the    week
ihe 17th, 1915:
ll    ,   7:30 dl II!    in
day   9:31    .   i.. d
in unil i
Saturday, S  p.m.,        bulai
Hall.
ROPjT. RITCHIE, C.C.,
c
t
 ■ IV
Coal, Cement, Piaster and Brick §
AND A CCHPLETE LINE OF BUILDERS' SUPPLIES
____p0LNE	
First Avenue       Prince Rupert       Telephone 186   _
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PRINCESS MAQUINNA,
SOUTHBOUND, 8 P.M. FRIDAY
PRINCESS MAY *
SOUTHBOUND, 8 P.M. SUNDAY
ing	
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ask the civ!.        imitt.      n '    It
Nomination Notice
Thompson Hardware Co.,
PHONE  101. P.O. DRAWER  161
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Public   notice  is hereby   given  ,to
the Eloctoi .      : ' aljty   of
Prince   Ruj ert    thai    I   rl [11 ■ ■••'  tin
the said  Electors ol  the
Gent al   Offic 1    of   tl 1    City    Clerk
City   Hall,  Tuesday,  the   13th  day  of
April,  A.   I).   191",   at   12   o'clock
noon,  for  the  purpose ol   electing a
person   to   represenl    them   In   tin
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ j".';:1;:''' i ______  I   Alderman,    to
thi   Cl     C   incil with a  rievi  ":  get- fi 11  .:,    vai   ncy caused by the roslg-
ear tl "...   of M?"  "r Alderman McCfrmont.
The mode of nomination of caudi-
the  work  being done  for  the   pub- dates shall be as follows:
Hcity   of    Prince    Ruperl   and    the     The candidates shall be nominated
In writing; the writing shall bo sub-
North, li   was also decided that the scribed  by two voters   of the Muni-
tiiiaiicc committee be given power to ci all        1   proposer   and   seconder,
, and   shall  bo delivered to   the   Re-'
approach  the  Northern   British   Co-|turninK officer at auy- time between
lumbia  Agricultural   Assoc!;.Hon    on the date of the notice and 2 p.m. of
the matter of having   bei.  organiza- **.& '" "j? ■foWtniBWis tie aaid
[writing may bo in the lorm number-
tion  work    in  connection    with   this ed  Bvi    (5)   in  the schedule   of   th*
I Municipal  Elections   Act,   and   shall
exhibition   done     from     thej
v.'     s    exiiiniiion    done     i rum      ...».        —____—___————____
state :. " names, residence, and   oc-
Board of Trade Rooms   11 was point, [cupation or description of each  par.
, ■ out  bj  i he ' ommisslom r,    Mr. F.
P.  Wright, thai  the carryin'i
some arrangement   of   this   di bi i'ii
Hon would be the means
'son proposed, in such manner as suf-
11 ly   to   . lentify  such    candidate;
°fJand in the even! of b poll being noc-
essary, such   poll  will be opened on
the  Hlili daj   of April.   l:n*, in   th
if not onlyjcouncil   Chamber  at  the  Cily   Hall
SHINGLES MOULDINGS, SASH, DOORS '        I
Prince '.Rupert'humber Co.     f
A,\h. AAll MclSlilJI!.; ST. . PltlXOK lU'I'I'l."!    j|
Fhnne 2S     , ,n    . . Branch' Yard at Smithers, R.C. .|
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S.S. VENTURE
Southbound Tuesdays at 8 p.m.
Sailings for Granby, Simpson 8K<I the Naes
Sundays at Midnight
Por further particulars nppHj' to
il    JOHN   !.A!a\SI,KY.   AGENT        :: 631 Second" Ave.,Thone 1508
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HEAD    Ol'KlCll!   MOX'.'l.l.AI. ESTABLISHED   18(111
t:iii.i1til $  U,500,000
Reserved   I'uiitl $  12,300,000
Toliil   Assets     $185,000,000
enabling   the    Agricultural    Assocla-
iFiilton  Street, from   the hour of   9
a, to the hour of 7 p.m., of which
Hon to d"   : eir w. rk on every pe ireby   req  Ired  to
nomlcal   basis,  bul   would  al o   he! i taki   notice   and govern himself   ae-
,,, „ ,      ,,     .,   pordinglj
ih.,  Hoard s  publicity  work.     I le   11- .
i lu  I'i   ntion  for  Mayor.
Ii'.n.icd the fact that Hip orirnnlza ^^^
der  th
of lhe i: lard ba     11
Tl a ,' alllit d   to be
contn : 'l"'
Jof any C'liy shall be an:
noml-
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not   dit-
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:       iu  the
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with cadi r ued.;above ai red   Judgi lent   or|
A letter was read "   ,lnl''i
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'   'i'"' « „„Ii:.',,i".  for Aid," num.
■   ■' I on of certain stea llfled to 1    nomlnatodl
sliip . i    to f°r and  elected   as   Aldermen    (if   ft
be  conipetinB   with   the   local    coal
deal. : .plying of coal   to
the  Dominion   '' i ernm nl   itei mera
In the nut fislici         ■ Ice,
, Tin Instrucl
to '        ill;    to   Mr     H
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Board  ack
Citj     hi II   I ' !.   persons   ns   are
male B Iti li i tibji cts ol the full ago
of twenty-one years, and who ar«
noi disqualified   under any law,   and
hare I i   for the si:; months   nei
the da:   of no nlnalIon tht*
Owners, In    ■     . nd Reg-
i' land or :• ..l | roperty
In tbe i ■      '    .'in" on
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Saving's Hunk  Dcpartinpnt—.fl ivill open ail account
iarnnclii's   Tlirouglibnt   Canada and Banking Connections With
i     Potts of the United States. Agents Tthronghout the World.
II. P,. WlltSO.V, Manager       - - Prince   Rupert    Branch
All
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CLEAN UP AND PAINT UP NOW
O-CEDAR1    MOPS,  O-CEDAR   .MOP  POLISH
ALABASTINE   SANITARY  WALL  COATINO
WATER HOSE, GARDEN TOOLS,  WATERING ' CANS
MARTIN-SENOUR 100  PER  C,L<T.  PURE PAIN'i
PAINT  BRUSHES,  LAWN  MOWERS AND GRASS SHEARa*
CARPET    BEATEKaS,  GARBAGE  PAILS
WINDOW   SCREE?*,  SCREEN   DOORS
—AT thi;—
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Prinee Rupert Transfer Co.
-FOR
Coal, Furniture Moving, Baggage
and Heavy Teaming
W. J. CRAWFORD, Manager
PHONE 566
Office and  Residence:
K)0!> THlfil) AVE.
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torning
50 cents per Month .5"/ ST
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Thursday,   \\ rii  15,   1915.
Skeena Land  District — District bf]mer   'In! '
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Charles William Adams, of Victoria, B. C.,~ occupation Policeman, intends, to apply for permission to prospect the
following described lands for coal
and petroleum: Commencing at a
post planted ten chains west of a
small bay on the south-east side of
Fredericb Island, thence west 80
chains, thenco north SO chains,
thence east 80 cliains, thence south
80 chains to point of commencement.
CHARLES WILLIAM  ADAMS,
■ Per .1.  W. Council, Agent.
Dated  February  18th, 1915.       aplS
'  '",    1GE   W.   ■■•■<     "
I'cr James F. Redmond, Agent.
Dated February   • US.    *  ap
•
of Seattle,  Wash.,  n 30 cl ains ea I       I        n  ith of \\'<,y   80
pation   Agent,  Intend:   to   ,:.   1;     'or  River,     then I    chains     north, thei
rmissioi   to proi    ict-th.   follov. Ing thenci In t,    tbence   80  SO
desci Ibed  Ian .al an r.     chains a.      :. 0 ch; Im   svei    ment.
cum: Commencing al a posl planted 'to the point of commencement.
80 chains easl and 80 chains south
of the mouth of West River, Ihence
east 80 hains, thence south 80
cliains, thence west SO chains? thence
north io chain's to the polni of commencement.
GEORGE  PALMER  MIGHT,
Per J. W. Connell, Agent,
Dated   February   19th,   1915.     apis
Skeena   Land   Dis rid     -  District ol
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
ad   I
'
:    '.'   NOTICE
l
Ol
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•
Skeena Land District -- District of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE ..NOTICE thai George W.
Kerr, of Prince Rupert, occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for permission to prospect the following
idescribed lands for coal and potrol-
sanft, of Victoria, H.C., occupation jeum: Commencing at a post planted
Hotel Manager, intends to apnly fori 80 chains east and 80 chains north
permission  to prospect the following\0f the mouth of West  River,  thence
Sltcena  Land  District  —  District   ot
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE   NOTICE   that   August   Leb
mer Might, of Seattle
TAKE NOTICE that George W. ipation .' i mt, I end
Kerr, of Prince Rupert, oeeupation
Prospector, intends to apply for i -
mission to prospect the following described lands for coal and pelroieum: Commencing at a post, planted
160    "
A     ll., nc a-'south
Skeena   Land    I   al rii I
...
T IKE ■DTK
' f   .'' :ut~   RiiaPaM't,    B.C.,    oci   patio
Proapeetur, Intends ,
■   •■■
troli ;-...■ ....
lands ol .   Graham
Island: Cammencli
ed three miles aortk of thi  north-east
corner of Lot 2 137, thenee ai
ichains, thence ■■•. I ,       hence
...', chains
permission to pro'"" t th. f. lowing|oontainin
described lands: Commencing al a
post planted 320 i ains i si of the
mouth of West Rl er, thence north
80 chains, thence west 80 chains,
hains east and 80 chains nortli I thence south  SO  cliains,  thence east
described lands for coal and pelroieum: Commencing nt a post planted
ten chains west of a small bay on
the south-east side of Frederick Island, tenlice north 80 chains, Ihence
east 80 chains, thence south so
chains, thenee west Nn chains to the
polni of commencement,
AUGUST  I.EHSANFT.
Per   1.   VV.  Connell, Agent.
Dated February 18th, 1915,        apl8
So chains east, thence 80 chains
north, tbence 80 chains west, then..'
80 chains soutli to the poinl of t'otn-
nienceiiient.
GEORGE VV, KERR,
Per   Janus F. Redmond, Agent.
p '   : February 19th, 1915.       apis
of the mouth of '.Vest River, thence
SO chains east, thence SO chains
soulh, tbence 80 chains west, tlience
SO chains north to the point of commencement.
GEORGE  VV,  KERR,
Per James F. Redmond, Agent, I
Dated   February   19th,   11)1".      aj)1 <■' I
Skeena   Land   District  —  Distriet  of I
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
80 chains to poinl of comm incement.
GEORGE   VV.   KERR,
Per .lames F, Redmond, Agent.
.Dated February 19th, 1915.        aplS
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nn
if
Skeena   Land   Dislrict   --   District   of
Queen Charlotte  Islands.
TAP'L' NOTICE   that   George   VV.
iKerr,  of   Prince  Rupert,   occupation
Skeena   land   District —- District  of
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
TAKE   XOTICE    that   George   W,
Kerr,  of  Prince  Rupert,   occupation
Prospector, Intends to anply for permission to prospeel  tho following described lands for coal and petroleum:
Commencing at  a   posi    planted    80
chains east   and   SO   chains  north   of
the   mon ill    of    West   River,    lb.'ine
west    SO    chains,   .thence   south    80
chains, thence east
north SO chains to I
nicncenieiil.
GEORGE W. KERR      |Slteena   Land  Districl   -     District  of
Queen  Charlotte   Islands.
TAKB   NOTICE   that   George    Palmer Might, of Seattle,  Wash., occupation   Agenl,  Intends  to   apply   for
'permission to prospect the following
.les. iii.ci  lands for coal and  peti
Prospector, intends to apply for per- eum.  Commencing at a post  plant. I
mission to prospeel the following de- so chains soulh and  SO  chains
scribed lands for'coal arid of tne mDUth „r Wegl  RivOT| ,   . ,;
Coinmem Ins al  a  posl   ■ l.iiu."i    IGO'norta   • hains    thence
jchains  easl  and SO  chains  north  of|chains,    thence    south     80
th
nn
chains
Wesi    Rive*;    them
.   chain's    thence   ■ ■•-■'     *"
thence    south     80    chains,
thenee. west   SO  chains   lo  the  point
of commencement.
. GEORGE   VV.   KERR,
,■■■.. , Per -1 l'-: ■'• Redmond, Ai ent.
,i... point ofco:    ll,'ll<,<1 February 19th,  1915.        apl8
Skeena   Land   Districl
tains,
tlience   ivesl   80  chains to  the
of comm ncement.
GEORGE   PALiVIER   MIGHT,
Per J. \V\ Connell, Agent.
Dated February 19th, 1915,        apl8
Groceries—Our prices are the low.
est in town. You will save money »-
almost every article. Give us a trhi
order today. Phone 133. Prempt de
ivery. Mussallcin & Co.. 423 Fifth
Ave. East.
Skeena   Land    Distriet—Dl I     i
:;   Clll    lot!      I" '.: d I
of
Skeena   Land   District — Districl
Queen Charlotte Islands.
Per .lame;  P.   Redmond,  Agent.: ,'"t'c"  v nanoire   isianus. TAKB   NOTICE   that  George   Pal
Dated  February  19th,   191.',       aplSj    TAKE  NOTICE   thai    George   W.'mer Might, of Seattle,  Wash.,  occit-
 Kerr,  of   Prince Rupert,   occupation  pation  Agent,  Intends  tb   apply   for
Prospector, intends to apply for per-.permission lo prospect  the following
9'imission :.. prospeel thi   foil.    ;',.      - described   hinds:    Commencing    al
scribed   lands   for  coal   and    petrol-'post  planted  240  chains east of tin
i.'euni:  Commencing   ■'  ■•  posi  "lantpd mouth  of West River, tl     .
TAKE XOTICE that Peter Piombo
of   Princ.   Rupert,    B.C.     occupation
poinl  Prospec or, Intends to apply  for per-
iiiis.-.ion to prospeel  for e ial   md
troleum ovor the Followin
lands on the We il Ca isl of Graham
Island:  Commencing at a post planted three miles north of thi   i i
corner of Lot: 2437, thence nortli SO
chains, thence east  SO ebains. thence
south   SO    chains,   thence   west    80
chains,   to   point  of  com,.'  ni mt,
containing 0 10 aeres more or '
"'
keena  Land   Districl     ■    Dlstrl
Queen  Charlotte  Islai
TAKE  NOTICE  thai   G
ja29 PETER    PIOMBO;
Date located, Decembei  3rd,  191
Skeena Land  District —   Districl  of
Queen Oharlotte  I I	
T.VK*.   NOTIf!!'   tl • ;    And     .
MaeLean,  of Prince   Ru     -..   B.  C,
occupation  Carpenter, Intends ',<• apply   for   permission   lo   prospect   for
■oal fiii'd  "; IrtSlt nm th.   follow
ing described lands   on   West   Coast
:     '     .',,.:..,   ■-„;■ ,   ,,,' ' ■    ol
the  iini'iV"r;;  corner ot" .Lot    2435
h ■     ■ wqst
-.'.   ■ .,.,...      ^,...   , rl
thenee  east   80   ol ;■ ,  ;    to     olnl    8f
10 acres
- or less..
I
. '-.'A    VV.    M'.i:- ED
. ■    Peter PI
80    chains,   thence    east    SO
to  uoiiu   of commeni
GUI acres more or less.
ja-29 PETER   PIOMBO.
Date loeated, December 3rd. 1914.
IP
lit:.
pali
H.vy-Acct.i It-no   I':,;.it    In    Con
Phone  Red 150
Skeena   Land    District—District    of
Queen   Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE XOTICE that Peter Piombo,
of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
Prospector, intend.; to apply for per-
misslon to prospeet for coal and pelroieum over the following described
leads on Die West Coast of Graham
Island: Commencing at a post planted live mil'.. east and one mile north
of the north-east corner of Lot 2435,
tbence nerth SO chains, thence east
£(i chains, thence south 80 chains,
thence west SO chains, to point of
commeneenaent, containing 640 acres
more or less.
jn29 PETER   PIOMBO.
Date located. December •Ith, 1914.
Sl< •• in    I ind    : ■'■ Irlcl    Distrl l    of
(Juuea   Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Peter Piombo,
of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for permission ti ,■ .i for eoal and petroleum over the followin.. described
lands on the West Coast of Graham
Island: Commi ncin ■ at .■ st planted five miles easi and one mile north
of the north-easl corner of Lot 2-KI."i
thence noi tli 80 chains, tlience wost
80 chains, I hen e south 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains, to point of
commencement, containing 040 acres
more or less.
ja29 PETER   PIOMBO.
I ii Decembi r,  I 914.
J. Ha HILDITCH
Contractor end Buildei
Estlmates given on all   class
wtirk,  whether small or large,
eonnl attention given to event
PHONE GREEN 321
of
F.U.TH.IJH li   PL'TKItS,   K.C.
Barrister, Solicitor aud Notary Pnbll*
Offlce  In
EXCHANGE   BLOCK
DR. GILROY, DENTIST
Crown  and  Bridge   Work  a
Specialty
Oflice:  Smith   Block,   Third   Avenue
A. FAILDS, M.I. M.E.
ConsultIrg Mining Engineer
Examinations    ind    development
Coal, Metal, Oil. Etc.
709 Dunsniiiii  St,       Vancouver,
of
B.C.
al ■
located, 23rd  Decembe',   I
For
i '•
Delivered to your kitchen
door, like groceries
©
weise
175,000,000 Bottles Yearly
Skeena  Lund   Dietricl District  ol
Queen   Charlotte   Islands.
TAKK &*©*TIOB lii' Lndn ■' V
:::""i.e»n, at Pi-tocc Rupert, B. <".
ecoui'ia»ion ©arsienier. Intends to Up
ply Her permission to prospect le
coa" and paslreieuBi over the follew
ing dssoriberi lands on t.':e West
Coast of Gra.tu'.in Island: Coin
ing at a pout planted one mile north
.and two milas east of the north-east
corner of Lot 2435, thence north 80
chains, thence .vest 88 chains, thence
south ,*0 chains, thenca east SO
chaias to point of commeneemeni
containing e^O acres more or less
ANDREW  VV.   M'ao-LEAN.
flS Ageul,  Peter  Piombo
Date  located,   23rd  December,  1914
LAND ACT.
Skeena    Land     Dii
• Queen  Charlotte Islands.
TAKE  NOTICE   thai   .',   D.    '
of Qutei..  Charlott.
Farmer, intend to ap] 1    for    en
liqp  to  pure] :;.     tl
scribed lands:  C immencii
Planted    al     11 i     south- vest     cor
er of ia-oikm    Island   in    Bearskin
Baj, tl '   ■        I     ■       ,i irl I ■
ly,  thonce   westerly,  thence
y, following shore line to poin
': :"i,'..:''!'' 'in, containing Ave acres
i       or loss.
DANIEL   HOGG.
Dated  Oth  February,  1915'. '       fl3
HAIRDRESSINC
PARLORS
ige,   Manicuring,   Scalp   Treatment, Electric Treatments   Etc
■Mrs.   X.  1 . Ilandnsyde, Prop.
M   I ilrd  St PRINCE RCPER1
P.O. Bo* 1714 Telephone 448
E,   AGNEW! R   CO.
Civil lliiiiincci". and Surveyors
Prince  Rupert,   B.C.
Waterworks,   Water    Power,    Wharf
: iction. Reports,  Plana, Dpmln-
I  Lan ,'. fying,
ailkvtpc nine Printing i ind
White  Prinl
Skeena
Skeena   Land    Dislrict—Dislrict
Queen   Charlotte  islands.
of
TAKE NOTICE that Peter Piombo,
if Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
Prospector, intende to apply for permission to prospect for coal and petroleum over the following .desrribed
lands on the Wost Const of Graham
Island: Common ring n.t a . oat planted thrue m4!os north and one mile
east af the narkta-onst coamar of Lot
2487, Wiooee iropfJi SO chains, thence
east 80 oliaiisiti, theauo aoiich 80
chains, Mienee w(»st su chains, toj
ir-oiai  of utaKitiJwiaitav.KrKin i,   containing
'•*' ■. ire i more or P■• ■■•
,  29 iH-riH').'     '■"-'•!IK).
'».. ,   loca ed, Deeemb. r 3rd,  19   l
Form of Notice,
Land    District—'Districl    oi
Coast   Ran:.'    5.
TAKE      NOTICE     that     Edward
Chesldy,   Prospector,  of  .Shames,   in
lend,   to   apply   foi    permission    to
ease   the   following   described   land:
'   . .. ;   ■ '■(. ;  planted one
of a  mile east of Milo  Pos
S3 of Ci.T.R.  "roiu  Prince Hi. ■ rl  o
orth     boundary    line    of     railroad!1
right   of   way    and    aboul    '-.iie-hali'i
nile easterly from south-east corner
if  Win.   Bison's,    thence    north    I1)
hains, ttbefeae west  10 .'hains. thou.',.'
south   10    clia! i      .thence    easl     10
chains   to   tl e   ! aim    ol
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381    SECOND    AV.yxiifc
JINGLE POT COAL
1/ handled by us.   >:[ orders receive
prompt attention   I'hone So. i,aa.
P.
i bone  I'::. r.J):r.t..\  SJ
_.     ' nil.
Pacific Cariage-Lii ited
General   Teinia.ng
Furniture  Moving, a ^efllalty.
When y ■   COAl :.,;,  the BE
Ladj  mlth   Lump  or   Comex
m-kmmWmm\p
lhe GiiCeC
Oil Fields"l%
Ollic
will open  loil'iy
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11
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■■■■■■■■
That \va.s the dennuui for Dudwelser last
year.
The AnheuSaii'-Buscl. Plant covers today
moro than 142 acrec-—equal to 70 city
blocks. It gives steady employment to
6,000 people, am! to 1,500 more in its
tranche a.
.
Every proces i, ev< ry i
■ .
;      ■ . .      ■
hundreds . .
every day know iii.it  .... bin .  <if I
could be made any ba.tter than liudwoiaci
.Anheuser-Busch, St. Louis
TAi? Lamest Plant of Its Kind
in the World
f? i
aidxi4Xk\K
Mdtkm ^ \%J_ i
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Some of the Pri.
Buildings
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oimtnlBing 040 aeres more or less.
ANHBBJW  W.  MacLEAN,
18 Agent,  Peter  Piombo
Pxt-le located, 33rd  December, 1914.
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PR1NG2 RUPERT IMF,, CO.
Distributors PRINC      I PERT, B. C.
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PRINCE    RVPERT   JOURNAL
GRAM
GRANITE oi" best nuality and
oughly  tested foi
On* Stone or Crushed Rock In
Quuntilies
NEIL .1. McLEOD   Phi  ie Green -.17
lN FISH CO.
I I it-,li An iving  Every  Day
Om. id led to
PHONE     .
PHONE 554 P.O. BOX 60
APERHANGING
AINTING
OLISH1NG AND
WALL TINTING
HIGH GRADE    J H
DECOR IALT.
i ' '        .    "    ■ -- :
6EOQN
he
£rst (lay of ::. next application
will he made to the ;y i iiRondent
of Provincial Police and to tbe
Board of License Commissioners foi
the City of Prince Rupert for
mission .to change the site of lae.
I !;':'i'.: business now (mr
ried on by th. a ler ilgi i
from its rei il prei • -\ namely
Lots 10 and 17. Blocli 11, Section 1
Situate   on   ::'"■«..nil    '.vm'".    City    0
situ an
a Lots  1
,
i
'
of 1     ,      Rupert,  Ltd.
given that on the''»aai''«WKW«KWH«H*^
1 PERSONALS I
0OlM>lXHW»aMHSataH>6 &^
GO VEKN.'isBiK'T Wt-i.1T'. IER
A.   S\A 1'1'il'
g S
I B. C. Undertakers I
'V. E. Denning returned from the
south yesterday.
W". S, Fisher was i passengei yesterday by the  Princi   George.
.1. D. Westenhaver Is in the city,
arriving by the Prince George yesterday.
Mrs.  llr...-Milan  arriv.
terday aftei       i Isi    ' Ith  friends  In
Seattle,
:,  ■■ .■ b   pass ■,"
.    ■.   - i  .    ■
' .    ■ ;'. In,
Capt.  E   .     . :.   Inspectoi  -
■  ' ■ ed  fron      I
■ d    along   the
I       o      ..    '    ' . i'.
l'urjvlnatied   by   V.   W.    Bewliiig.
For  24  ha»urs tmtYtmz i  p.m.
April 14.
Bar. reduced  to sea level. .. .30.071
Highest  temperature    50 0
Lowest temperature   38.0
|Rain    ' so
KYWtWOTS      Ol'      COAL      MINING
REGULATIONS',
KKflmKNTAIa OI.DHIW*.
* 08th K#tri incut F.nrl Grey's Own
* Rilies.
O00OVQO,:     ■    ■' -■;.•-■-« 004-0
CANADIAN STEAM!
LAUNDRY      I
NOW        ,    OR  BUSINESS §
1|Latest and Approved Methods 0
Skilled    Operators   Em- S
ployed 5
Phone it> and ive will call for u 0
trial   bundle y
a
Note   our   address: 0
SI5    SIXTH    AVENUE    WESTS
O
Phone No. 8 |
*   Canadian Steam  Laundry    2
SlWHK-M-H-H-W*    .KH«KH3lilKH>«ttO«tH3-
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. . .  . 01 :  alongj
Sin"
Pl   .... II
... 1
"I".  ,'. by train.
Hoon I'olnt Bar-]
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,   .004000000044004040441   ■           .       ,            , .         .,..,'.
Inspection   tour   of tlr    militia   here.
NOT1   .
Can idiiiu  Pnti lotic  Fund.
Will those who need asehrtauee
from the above fund, resident tn btee
city or district and whose breadwinner Is on active service with the
forces of the Empire or her.Allies,
kiii'ih notify the secretary of the
local organization,
tf W.  f*   COLLIS0N,
P.O. Box 735.
Airs.   Moore    accompanies    her    husband.
INVESTIGATING
THE  INDI.4N   RESERVES
(Continued  from  Page   One.)
ORDERS' by Major .1. 11. McMullin, Commanding, A] i il 1 0,
1915:
Parades-   "A"   Company   will
parade at  tbe »xhibitien  Build-
lug on  Wednesday and    Frl
April   14   and   !«.
"K" Company  will  parade al
ihe    Exhibition     Building
londi .;■':.'    II 12
and 15.
i here will  be a class formed
lie subject of bayonel  drill.
All wishing to join will
tonight's drill.
W. S. MARSHALL, Lieut,
Acting Adjutant.
Bullets, Iron Beds, Springs, Mat-
11 esses. Blankets, Sheets and Pillow
al March Bargain Prices. George ll
The, the House Furnisher.
Coal mining rights of the Doniin-,
Ian in Manitoba, Saskatchewan an'jj
AfS-fii*a. file Yukon Territory, the]
Northwest Territories and a portion:
of the Province of British Columbia, I
'BEtty; be Iepsed for a term of   twen-
f-okiao JS^ars at an annual rental of
t)e}r acre. Not more than 2,560
a'cuee will be leased to one applicant.
Amplications for a lease must be
made by the applicant in person to
the Agent or Sub \ ;enl ol thi
t.vict iii which th" rights appliej for
are situated.
In    surveyed    territory    'lie    land
.   be  lies, .'.bed    by    sections,   or
legal  subdivisions  of   sections,   and
in unsurvej   : I ri 11 a eel ap
plied  for shall be stall 'd oiil  bj  the
applic im  himself,
Each ap] llcatiou must be accompanied by a fee of "". which will be
refunded if the rights applied for
are  not   available,   but   not
.- all be paid on the
le   — it .    the l '''■   :,;
lie   al cenl    per ton,
Tho   person    "i ei attti      the       lu
shall  ■ : ,■ .     i.    ••■■-■ .,•' a
... ci ii mill       foi     .the    full
-      ,■  ' ,.
,.. ,|  ; , .•. i;     i • .      .   ■ ,,:.  If the
co tl h rl not beli
should   be  tin
;    ■ .'
The lease Will Include the eoal
mining righls  only:   bin   the   lessee
NOTICE is hereby given that on
the -i.lid day of March next applies
tion will be made (o the Superli.
tendent of Provincial Police and io
the Board of License Commissioners for the City of Prince Rupert for
permission to remove the license for
tlie sale of liquor by wholesale from
the premises known as Lots 15 and
16, Block 32, Section 1, situate ut
Frazer Street in the City of Prince '
Rupert, to tbe lands described as
Lots 19 and 20, Block 23, Section 1,
..a Third Avenue in the said City of
Prinee  Itupert."
DATED   this   20th   daj   or   Febru   I
ary,   111 1,1.
PRINCE   III PERT   IMPORTING CO.'
LIMITED.
W.  II.  .Marshall, Manager
i-I...;..:::. Applicant.
IKHKH>lW8KllKHJ(Wa-l»)KHKllKHW0
rt 4
Capt. J. McGee I
M.M.S.A. §
Masters anil  Mates prepared 0
for examination.   Compass nil-
juster.
I'h - lied r>Oli
"NAUTICAL   ACADEMY"
liclgeisoii   Block,  opposile
Royal   Hotel
6W>CKW CHWHKH5 0 00000 00000004
•MKHKHW«HJCHIO(KKi<lffO<t01Kin
HEP0SIT BOXES
n«»nt
Skeena Land District—District of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
TAKE XOTICE that Peter Piombo,
of Prince Rupert, B.C., occnpa.taion
Prospector, intends to apply tm imr-
misslon to prospect for cosl ami petroleum over the following $~nr1K—&
lands on the West Coast of Srahwo
Island:  Commencing at a pest ptaM-  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
ed  live milils east of the   ncrrt*-*u«|         .,,„,,,„.,
corner  of  Lot   2135,  thenee  el**  M RhMAKKAHLE  PROPHECY
chains,    thonce     south     SO     ah»tos.| .^^ 'j-()  \v\|;'.s |.;\n
thonce west 80 chains,  tVitnruo narUi
80   chains,   to   point    of    oewraaefte*-
ment,  conlaining  040 acres  more orl        iContinued  from  Pugu  One )
less. ^^^
ia2!) PETER   PIOMBtJ
tlieir arrival and extended to them
every courtesy thai could be granted
during the trip.
On the present lour of inspection
the members will bo absent from
Prinee Rupert about three weeks.
They will make a tour up tho
Stickine about the middle of .May.
Skeena   Land    District—liistaint    of
Queen  Charlotte  Islamd*.
TAKE NOTICE that rater Ptoofco,
of Prince Rtijiort, B.C., octatpatlon
Prospector, intends to apply foe 9&r*.
mission to prospect for oal and petroleum ovcr the following describa*
lands on the West Coast of Qraiam
Island: Commencing al a post tffttnt-
ed live miles east of lhe north-fact
corner of Lot -.43", thonce north XO
chains, thence .east SO chains, tbeaneej
south   SO    chains,    thence    west    S»l ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
ebains,  to  point  or   commencement, ju,,. Qare ,|„ Sor,l  I counted out
containing 'M0 acres more or less.
ja29 PETER   PIOMBO.       """   "':>ni's  In  gold and  bank   notes.
Date located, December 4th, UK Al  Aulnoyc there  was an   accident;
|by good fortune another train tame
six months and someone will   adopt
my children.'
"Now," Tardieu asserted with emphasis, "all that actually happened.
On August 13 1 was with the ambulance service of the Stb Army Corps.
I was collecting moiley In my uniform tap along the boulevards, and
on my arrival at the waiting room of
8,-
""keena  Land  Distriet.
District of:
Queen  Charlotte  Islands,
"""  NOTICE  that   Andrew    W
if Prince Rupcit, B.C., oc
inter, Intends to apply
'••  prospect  for   coa
'he following de
"■""est Coast of
•oing   at   a
of the
•nee
'>!
along and look as away. At Mon-
therme the driver was killed, and
one of my ambulance men took his
place. And then came Sedan, the fall
of the Empire, tlle loss of our province and the fratricidal Commune.
"All  happened   as   was   predicted.
My friend  and  his wife died, and  1
fed   their  children.   And  that   Is
'■(lien  concluded,   "1  firmly
" shall reconquer   Al-
■nd thai 1915 will
Berlin."
Skeena   Land    Dislrict—District    of
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Peter Pionibo,
of Prince Rupert, B.C., occuirr.tion
Prospector, intends to apply for permission to prospect for coal and petroleum over the following described
lands on the West Coast of Graham
Island.: Commencing at a post planted five miles east of the north-inst
corner of Lot 2135, thonco north SO
chains, t'ltnoe west, 80 cliains,
thence south 80 chains, thence east
SO chains, to. paint of commencement, containing 040 aciies more or
less.
ja29    t PETER   PIOMBO.
Date located, December 4th, 1914
Skoena   Land    District—Distriet    of
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE NOTICE iftat Peter Piombo,
of Prince Ruuert, B.C., occupation
Prospector, inteuds^to apply tor per
mission to prospect* for ooal und petroleum ovor the following described
lands on tlie West. Coast of Graham
Island: Commencing at a post planted four miles east and one mile
north of the north-east corner'of Lot
243!", thence north 80 ohains, thence
west SO chains, thence south SO
chains, thence oast SO chains, to
point of commencement, containing
ti'10 acre* more or less.
a29 PETER   PIOMBO.
Date located, December 4th, 1914,
Skeena Land District. — District of
Queen Cbarlotte Islands.
TAKK NOTICE thai Andrew W.
MaeLean, of Prince Rupert, B. C,
occupation Carpenter, intends lo apply for permission to prospect for
coal and petroleum over the'following described lands on the Wesi
Coasi of Graham island: Coinmenc-
ng at a post planted two miles north
and one mile easl of ihe north-east
corner of Lot 1144*. thence north 80
ebains, tbence east so chains, thence
soulh 80 .'hains, thenee west 80
hains to polnl of eommencement,
containing 040 aires more fir less.
AaNDRBW   W.   MacLEAN.
dinner fis .'.nun!,  Peter Piombo
nt Date located  23rd  December,  1914.
Land    District—District    of
a  ehai lol te  Islands,
thai  Peter I'i..mho,
'.   B.C.,   occupation
'o apply tor per-
ur coal  and  pe-
,l..u Ing dssci lb. .1
C.     L of Oi ttliani
ng ai a I'.'.i plant-
ol .  .' norl '.(■;•.-;i
ace north so
: : - ",■
I !,. ii, ,,     -   ,-   I      '.'I
'■..I mi
:     'j ' |BO
Ird,  I'i
CO   V.
...  ...
".-'
t*S&MS      -
'■ 'hasp what-
ghts i:m,'.   I.,
tiie
rale of   $10
tnaj   be    ernjltt
e,   ,'   .. i |] inle si
e,  tsid
Ing  of the  mini.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
For full Information application
should I..' made to the Secretarj of
the Departmenl of the interior, Oi
: iv a, oi' ... ail's Igent or Sub-
Agenl of Dominion Lands.
W. v.". CORY,
Deputy  Minister of the Interior
loyal Naval College of Cnnadn.
The next examination  for the en-
ry of Naval Cadets, will be held at
she ex:.initial Ion cenlrtis of the Civil
Service Commission in May, 1915
successful candidates joining the col
lege on or about 1st August, Applications for entry will be received up
to 15th April by the Secretary, Civil
Service Commission, Ottawa, from
whom blank entry forms can now be
obtained.
Candidates lor the examination in
May-next must be between the ages
of fourteen and sixteen on the 1st
■Inly,  1915.
Further details can be obtained on
application to the undersigned.
G.  J.  DESBARATS,
Jeputy .Minister of the Naval   Service
Department of the Naval Service,
Ottawa, January  8th,  1915
Unauthorized publication of this
advertisement will not be paid for.—
72S58. jaUS
JAMES GILMORE
ARCHITECT
Second Ave. Near  McBrlde  i~<
HOTEL DIRECTORY
Members  of  the  Prince   Rupcit
Licensed Vintners' Association
WINDSOR    HOTEL
Cor. ol   First  Ave. nud  Eighth St.
W. H. Wright,  Prop.
nine
, i  killed by
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HOTEL  CENTRAL
Kirsf  Ave. (inti  Seventh St.
European   inud   American   Plana
81.00 (i, 82.50 Per Dnj
Piter  Black.  Prop.
KNOX  HOTEL
Firm     Ave.     Between     I l^lxi.    nnd
Ninth
European  Plant   Uuk-h SOc to tfi.o"
Per liny
llctaiicr   iV   llesncr,   Props.
EMPRESS   HOTEli
I. V. Rochester V. I). Casley
Third   Ave.   Between  Siat;. nnd
Seventh   si.s.
European  Plnu;   "iilt   to   81   Pfr  liny
ROYAL HOTEL
«. oi'ley aV. Burgess,  Pi
Third  Ave.  and   Sixth  St.
European  Plan SI  ai
BBAVEII      WHOLES",!,!-)     1.11,11 i ;■
CO..   MMl.VEl)
Second   A ve,  au I  Sixth  Ht.
Phone   IIP.'
NOTICH OF CANCELLATION OF
liKSI'IU )■:.
■ ICE IS UK'itKlIV OIVBN that
the Reserve existing on Detention
Island by reason of a Notice published in the British Columbia Gazette on
the .' i'. li of May, inl 2, is hereby can
celled.
R.   A.   ItENVVlCK,
Deputy Minister tr Lands
Dei artnient of Lands,
Victoria, B.C.,
October  19th, 1014.      oil I
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