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Array The Journal
¥5 00
a year
High-clast
Job
Printing
VOL. v.
PRINCE   RUPERT,   13.   C,   SATURDAY, MARCH,27,  191;
Price  5   Cents.
NO.  117.
OMBS DID D
GE TO GE
GERMANS ARE BEING
BACK
ETINC
Russians Continue To
Score Marked Successes
Against  The Germans
WILL START SHIPPING
ORE EARLY NEXT MONTH
Petrograd,   March   26.—An official
report says: "Our offensive to the
westward anil the middle Niemen
met the enemy in a counter-attack.
The lighting continues on the right
bank of the Narew.
"On the left hank of the Vistula
there has been no essential   change.
"On ihe front between the Bart-
feld and Uzsok passes we continue
to advance successfully though the
enemy has been reinforced.
"On March 2-1 we look 1,700 prisoners and two guns.
"In the direction of Munkaies and
Hustbolina the Germans have again
attacked our position without success."
Till:   PANAMA  (ANAL
AMI  ll'S  Ll ..USUI
GIANT MYDOCK
AT THIS P0RT
WHAT VANCOUVER PAPER
TO SAY ()!•' WORE
HERE.
HAS
I'l.e
South    Is    Now    Beginning    lo
Realize the Worth of This
Port.
First  Car
Win
Plans of the Grand Trunk Pacific
drydock at Prince Rupert, which is
to be completed within the next two
or three months, have been received
by Captain Nicholson, superintendent
of tlie company's coast steamship
service, says the Vancouver  World,
The dock will he the mosl commodious on the Pacific Coast with
tlie possible exception of Ihat at San
Francisco, for which the figures
were nol at hand for purposes of
comparison. The Prince Rupert tlty-
rom  a   Canadian  Port|,j00i{    wtl]   he    considerably     bigger
THAI IF
flintier Shipment.
It should he of interest to British
Columbia linns In the lumber trade-
in  have attention called to tlte   car-
J. Oppenheimer And Officials Of The
Montana Continental Development
Company Are In The City At
The  Present Time
French Trenches Sprayed
Without Any Success
With Burning Liquid
Paris,  March   _n.    An  official    re-
PRJwCiL RUPfcftU   lb     -    Port   Bays:  "in the region  of   Nieu-
S00M TO OVERHAUL """"thl
The  Rocher de Honk-  mines near Smith,  of   Butte, the superintendent
Hazelton will soon be shipping ore
over the G. T. p. to Prince Rupert
lo be carried lo the Granby Smelter
from here. This would have been
going on now but tor the fact that
the lumber for the hunkers that are
being erected has been delayed in
delivery. The loss of a scow-load on
the way here accounted in largo
measure for the delay. The necessary
material will soon be in place, how-
ever.
There has arrived in the city .1.
Oppenheimer, of Butte, the head of
the .Montana Continental Development Company, which operates the
mine.      lie   is   accompanied   by   Mr.
goes
lumber  which   have   passed
than the drydock at Brenimerton
Wash., where the Uniled States war;
ships are rep
Another
pert dock will be the special equipment which  will  be  installed  with  a!
view to the trans-Pacific trade which
THE   G.   T
SI
of the company. Mr. Williams, the
manager on the ground here, is in
the city to meet the officials. They
will proceed to the mine early nexi
week.
Hir. Oppenheimer says tlipt he ex-!
pects to get into shipping position
early in the coming month. The. delay has been due to the fact that the]
bunkers were not completed,' and
ihat alone.
At the mine  there is a large ton-
P.    IS    OETTIXG
i.MERS   i I.' :•      FOR
- .1 \ ICE.
oath v la po-
-iiinii which we have oi cupied north
ol St. Gi es. li was a farm in
front of our lint i
"in Champagne there has been a
bombardment. Tin re has been no infantry attack there, however.
"In Lorraine w<  are solidly organized.  We have won ground  thert .
While the Grand Trunk Pacific has      "In  Alsace the   German        irayed
not   issued    iis   summer   steamship pur    trenches   with   burning    liquid
The  Double  Steamer   Schedule  Will
Soon  lie in   l.il'ect
Again.
schedule yet, it  is certain that ho'h
without achieving any result.
tiie  fine  liners,  Prince   George   and
_ ... .,, , .     , "We bombarded the barrackt
Prince Itupert, will be running ti
larly all  the summer—a  facl   which ": ";i"    ' "
gives the lie to the suggestion  that|  0	
nags of ore all  ready lo be   mined, tfae depressed  state   of   affairs   will
mean a reduced summer service,
|says the News-Advertiser, Inquirj
by the News-Adi ei I Isei - the :. T
P, offices in  Vancou i er elicited   i' i
The   property,    according   to  all   re-1
pons,   is  proving   a  good    produce]
and   will  give  good   returns   to   the
investors.
, through  the canal since  its opening,,^  pxpe,,lc|,  |n  (levelop  0llt
says the  Vancouver   World.    During        .
the lirst three months that the canal
was  in  operation there were cargoes
1 d    > German Centres Suffer
feature of the Prince Ru-| "
From Bombs Dropped
On Them By The French I*
thai
It is Interesting to note that there!
tact   that   the  Prince  Itupert   will  be
I'-iii iii--   Seat tie     I ' ■   ' as been
laid  off all  the   winter -for   Esquimau   for  overhauling  within    a   few
idays,   As soon aa she : . ;■■■ b ■  i
' di  -\.,i   she   will   -i !i; ,.   the    Prli
George  on    the   northern    run    and
hen  lhe  Prince Gi oi   e has  ;,i
A   SOX   IIORX.
A   message received'   in
the city yes mveyln
Inf :■ ' tion    to   thi     friends   of
Col.    C.    W.   Peck    "in1       I    .
Peck  Hi;.;  a son  had  b en
to them at  Victoria.
t-
,a •      -  -
will  be a  50-ton  electric crane.  An- ||. O. PACKERS EARNED
of   lumber   from   the   Pacific    to  the
Atlantic,    of   approximately   15,000
other feature is comprised in the arrangements  to   build   vessels   under
Paris,  March   26.
lot in says:
DIVIPI.ND  TWICE   OVI.
-An official bul-l
turn been  overhauled  both  a I  i
|will he operating to the north, V
;:.  II. Gram   of  the     '     by-
terian  Chin cli   has    return. I    to   the
r,    m    r>    .
i  '■ completion of the G.  I. !'. transcontinental railway to Prince Ruperl	
tons  weight.   In  November,   of   thei    ver ovei- permanenl launch ways.
There   will    be   a    fuUy   equipped!
mac' ine  and   boiler  shop,  and    ship
,      ... ,i       ,    ,    , i.  ■ i   i i    'In- expenses   and        i ai
'Six  of  our   aviators   bombardeditravel  has looked up,   I:  is probabl
Drescaty   and    the that *' ew service will becoim   ef   portini    the    poultry    Industry
second quarter, there was a general
cargo from ..an Francisco, in which
was Included 500 tuns of lumber,
Early in December there was a cargoj
of two and a half million feet from
San Francisco to Boston, and on December I1 a cargo to New York from
Nanaimo of over three million feet.
Profits    Last    Year    Were    $31,01
Less Than  in  1!)!:!,  However,
Due to War,
shed, and a foundry with a daily capacity of ten tons. There will also be
a    power   house,    developing     2,600
horsepower.   Each  of the shops and
power house will be equipped   with i
15-ton  electric   overhead   travelling
This Is the flrsl cargo from a Can-, crimes,
adiiiii   pml   reported   by    the   Canal      ft is planned  to have three   500- The fulling off is largely clue to the
Record as through the canal, cubic  foot  capacity air   compressors effects of the war on the company'
f-tato in  Decern!     ■ re was another and one 1,500 cubic fool   air   coir- buslnes's.    Both   selling  and  deli.ery|
cargo of two million   feel   from  H;in pressor. The first  will be placed  on
Profits  of   the   British    Columbia
Peckers' Association for the . year
ended December, 1914, were $?,._,-
171, or  $51,097  loss than   for    1913.
|ta!n   Duncan   Mackenzie will   resume I satisf;
Prince Ru lert, and '
at   a
. om
When  buying,  the  |  tr
the  hangars   at
,,,,„,        , fective early  In   May  and  that    Cap-  tim.    wh  n      i"!'1 oi     are fni
railway station  at Melz. They drop
ped   a   dozen   bombs,    which    causi 'I I
(command  ol   tb ■ ,,.,„•-■ „,,;,,,, .„„,  R ., ( , : ,, |y
a panic in the places   affected.    AH ^^   „„„„,,    v,in    :.   ,„ ,.„  .„ , ■ ,
the  aviators  returned   to  headqua.-,,ng  .omilorari,y   ns  „rai    officer   of .;.    . .,
tors safely." the Prince George, will take his oldj ,u.r
command again.
I.ei iii.in   ( iiul.i'iiiiiliiiu.
Berlin,  Ma.cb  2 I.-    \n  official  re-
■ I,-    so '■■:   "Se' era!   hoi tilt      Irnt   i
d opped  bombs  In  the soul hei n  |
of  Melz.    ; illcd
n    . ■    .
-RVICI. GIVEN AS TO
of -i oils already sold  were  In terfer-
Francisco to New  York.   In all,  the j the dock and the latter in the power L,, „.„,,    ,, ,,   ,..,,„„  ,, „..:'
lumber   tllal    passed    through    the house.
canal eastward in December amount-!    The following tables give data ai
ed  i"  over  liv.- million   feet.  During to     measurements,     capacity,    eic;
■
the present month a cargo Is report- Extreme  length  ef   dock    over   all
'"' frora S:"   '"'"'"""" New York, 600   feet;    lifting   - city,   20,1	
w""m"   "H"   auantltj    '       '    B,ven' f0"s:   '"  ">  "  "!i!l11"   Be°tion,  270 been    made   reeent,y      .  ,   ,  ..,,,l7.;:;
firms feel;   lifl n     'ap icity,   10,000   tor i
ed  with,  the  iv.uli   being  that   lire!
end  of  the  year  the   company   had
on   I and   102,263   cas. s    of    i   n
- i ,""i. pan nf whicli had been Bold
Int.".- Inf
»d    cousldt i    - ||,,. sorrcti '   ll
1 \ssocliil Ion
.-il to prolil and   '        nr;l
:   total  ol     . 57   100.
Thi   ; ' -i   nenl   of   ■   ets   md    Ho
The  I
Villi.r;'i
o hoi    ■ u nd
c re    hould be taken lo see i hat  the
ari ■ n
i to use of water-
are    gl liquid.
.      .
■    I.  When of I
■ ■   '.   i!
■   fore beinp used.
In con
Brl I ih      Columbia      lumber
should note thai the West  India Isl   | ...   | ■-    end section, ItJfi '
and its    payabl
'ii-:.-  nov    iffer a  good   markel for lifting  oapi   .       5,000   tons;    h ig
their 1 i of middle and oi           ■■ I m    I .
nual rt belli l-ifeet;   liftii      capacity,  15,000
Hon t   two 'ends   together   I
liftii      - 000'  toi
■   -I..,     •■■■..'.' '.        timber   of I       '
Cni'i-sts -lis-11 nd
... ■ 2;  . width     il
I befon       in w  pa< l(
requii
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li
flank
■
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1
•
Tii thc
1
111-,     1
040:'?-': : -     .
Vancouver Win World's lock*
Mar.               .i i
ff    tl      cl   "   '■ nship  series   foi   t ■   -.    rid      honors.     !
g    ci             .      ivhen  the team  .:- fi ted 0
§    game  of the series. The score ood:   Van  i ii          12;   Oil   '
.   1'
■ sum of $57,3 ' I
.   ■ -: feet;
.
.
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nch  Centrifugal, eh
1,   !        :--''. Ii  "self-docking." House I'uinislier,
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Saturday,  March
191E
PRINCE    RUPBRT    .T»BRN_»L
J^rmrc tiupen 'journal .       .. war questions,
Telephone 138. Tlle    ' '"''     r'"'     "'   '" '":i,:
mo   ■ ha -.;      an
■   , '   the :■   :   "■ ileral
Product No.
inl   Presi-
O.  H. NELSON, Editor.
Offlce;    128   Third   Avenue    E
near McBride Street. Telephone 138;       The dedi     ;    Ol     ■   .    '
Postofllce  Box  607. ■ will   be vl
[LY  EDITION. lenien - in     ompai   d    with
Puhlis  i  I      -cry  mornini Itates   There 1
Mo '   ■      Delivered 1
cltv   it the fo! iratively speakin
advance'.-- .,.      „ :il     i(   ..,   .., . off in
Cue   '■"'■'■r          la ""        -      ..But
s->   Month ■?■••■•"
■I i        Months    $1.25      in.-   ■    ■ . all .uiici  Bources the
if   nol li
	
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BKLY   1-.D1TION.
Publi iry Frida    for circu-
p.-     i the   City   of    Prince
I Irl
a..
all ngdom,
ti !
to tin
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Ait-.-'   Isl
of   0111
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Contains about 2%  lbs, S
$1.50 ,
SPLKNIIII) FOR  PLUMBERS
The sale of Prbduct Mo. 99 is strictly
confined    to    the    high-class    supply
house:.     Its   cost   of   manufacture   Is
therefore   not  affected   by  Dept.    or
"price  cutting store"  iulluence   that
so "    ■■ drives manufacturers to the   5
use of  Inferior chemicals   and   pro-   S
a. _. ir is ihe dealer allowed  to   o
.-   retail price under penalty   Jj
of    Laving    his    supply    terminated.   S
A POWERFUL SOLVENT FOR
ED OP DRAIN PIPES
 ni.ilatlons   >i   Unt,    paper,    clotlis,    I.air.    slime,   i
.   .' ■        .,..].,  fruit and nitiny others,   I.  Is liarmless fo   o
Hues   plllll ';.
I.ON'1   ARGUE I      ."i     ITT    . TEST
This rjrepavatioi bet      io genen lei ring   ;
over and ovei a
,     .        . -      I condition ex
cutely i  tb    in nufacluv-
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wuB_i__-ii__i_sr/f'__i__a____ti
il,     1 a     L  o    Oo    Do
Sailings for Vancouver
Victoria and Seattle
S.S." Prince  George every  Friday at f) a.m.
S.s. Prince .lolm nt 7 p.in. mi Sunday, April 11, 25, etc.
Eor Massett nntl Pori Clements s.s. Prince John io p.mr Saturday,
April  .»,   17, etc.
For Skidegate, Lockeport, etc., S.S.  Prince John  11   p.m.   Sunday,
April  I, 18, etc.
*■   For Stewart  and  Nuns River S.S.  Prince .lohn »   a.in.    Wednesday,
April   7,  21,   elc.
(S   For Anyox   (Granby   Bay)   S.s, Prince George midnight every Wed
nesday.
G.T.P.   RAII WAV   SCIIi ! ULE
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MR.   MARTIN'S CO ">H.
■
Borri -    Liberal  party  here
i.     somewhat     i    I    cted,
Vane '      r     News-Advt iti. i-i.     "One
thing is clear," thc Journal d< dares,
"the i.   'in  was not  made by
the deli gates, bul by a small clique
who are in control." -Mr. Martin does
noi pretend to know the reason. He
thinks that "no one knows except
Mr. M. A. Macdonald ami Mr. Rob-
ert Kelly." Mr. Martin's estimate of
tlie situation  is  thus set forth:
Mr. Kelly wants to know how
much money the friends of each
candidate    will    he    good    for.
When  this   question   is   settled
to Mr.  Kelly's satisfaction, public matters  will again hold   the
fort.   'll..   convention will he re-
,ailed   and   Ihe   ticket   will   go
through  with  greal  enthusiasm.
Coming from Sir Wilfrid  Laurier's
accredited    delegate   in   the    Wesi,
these  conclusions are  worthy  of serious attention.
PI.INTI    Itl'I'ERT.
- if the
.run I way.)
I i      „.',,,'     ,    |   ..    -   i-
S
' In   \. na h  the   White   Man's   fool jj
■   had  trod.
Ilenl   'neatb   the   western  ski-
As if thou wert the lone retreat of
God.
CHEMICAL PRODUCTS CO., NEW YORK
I'OR
Y
I'OR     ;; '■-   BV
AMERICA'S  DEFICIT.
T -■ Cnl ed States, uthor-
lty o ■      erali tirman
of ill '   ' Cong
tion  Co       : '  •-.  will    be confronted
with  a    '- Bcil   of over   $1    1,0
at l •      cal yeai  on ordi-
nar,. ;-'i tb
lent of   tl      Cai
fund e   .Monti.'al   Mail.    An I
v..  at told   thai   thi
g the shi rl
i   ■     th mated   ri     nu      by al-
G ov-
ivere' but
of
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li
thta.d '   ■■    "11
Tl Is  was but yesteryear, but now—
today—
I    see   a    wondrous   city   on     thy
breast;
I feel the pulse of throbbing   industry,
And  see  in  thee the jewel  of the
West.
The  waters  of thy matchless harbor
wide,
Whicli,   when   first   glimpsed,   no
alien prow had cleaved,
Today,  1  see,  are churned  on   every
tide
With   commerce  which   thy  country hiiih conceived.
Oh, city great, though   Infanl   thou
arl  still,
Thou hast the vitals of ;. Mi ri ury;
Thy  II -.-  of the native mold-,'
li si   rock,
I i' i tigtb    to    bear    thee    to
1 stiny.
Indeed,  th;   ; opes and  promises  are
great,
And      : -    ; ilflllmenl   I   would  fain
foretel
i     I  royal  blood indeed   thou
art,
Thy   nobl    nai      befit    thee  more
TES.
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THE    RELIABLE    PLUMBER
BEST   I..   1  LU.-ll-IXG    ANSI    HEATING    PHONE    ISO   3
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Coal, Cement, Plaster and Brick
AND A CCilPLETE LINE OF BlILDERS' SUPPLIES
WESTHOLME LUMBER CO., LTD. I
First Avenue       Prince Rupert.       Telephone 186   a
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Ammunition
Camping Supplies
PHONE   101.  P.O.  DRAWER   1043 830 SECOND AVE.
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SHINGLES, MOULDINGS, SASH, BOORS
Prince Rupert Lumber Co.
FIHST ■ MoBRIDE PRINCE Iti '
ll-;'. B.C.
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of      Few davi
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ON  Al IA1II   CRITICS   j
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Cook Book
COUPON
*.V r.i- Strru! --i'l AdctrwJ bUtnly
Don't forgel » cndaM Ten Cenls
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name or nrAiii
BEING A MANUAL OF GOOD RECIP
chotwn fron ilioni.  of  over  two  t!.o .Taand
...» Hour iI.-CUrIiou. Cnniida.'
'■ '   NotCfl on  thc   •- ' :
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Blope to UKE OF THE WOOD J MI1LIK3 CO :
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Trains leave Prince Rupert fa Prince George, Edmonton, Melville,
Winnipeg, etc., at 10 a.m., Wednesdays and Saturdays, connecting   .villi  trnins  for  St. Paul, Chicimo and all   points   enst.
Truins  ;i';i'ive   iron,  il..- east  on  Thursdays and Sundays at 0.1.0 p.m.
ti.'l.   liAILWAV   SYS
Tin    Doubt-track    Route
i" To        < ...     i'llu.
'   Prom -
■ -..    etc
For reservations, tickets and full Information regarding travel to
any part of ih.- world apply to the G.T.P. Ticket Office, Third
Avenue;  Agency all Atlantic Steamship Lines.
' 8 r"»i__'.1.1 iiMiniiiinn win, rynii. ■_' "■
Canadian Pacific Railway
PRINCESS MAQUINNA,
SOUTHBOUND, 8 P.M. FRIDAY
PRINCESS MAY
SOUTHBOUND, 8 P.M. SUNDAY
J. O   McNAB, General Agent,corner Third Ave.   and   Fourth   St.
00 W3WHWK-0-0 .KKHJ#1»!»#!M-<KHW^
THE UNION STEAMSHIP Ce. OF. Eft LTD'
S.S. VENTURE
Southbound Tuesdays at 8 p.m.
Sailings for Granby, Simpson and the Naas
Sundays at Midnight
''       For further particulars npply to
JOHN   IJARNSLEV,  AGENT        :: 081 Second Ave., Phone 508
Agency   Atlantic    Steamships,
W*JKH>3iKH-W>_^
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j Royal Bank of Canada
IIKAH   OFFICE:   MONTREAL ESTABLISHED   1800
g Capital     .«   11 ,.-.(10,000
Reserved   Fund S   12,500,000
a Total   Assets     $185,000,000
Savings Bank  Dopartncnl—si  will open an account
Brunches   Throughout   Canudu and Banking Connections With All
Parts of the United States, Agents Throughout  the World.
H.  P.  WILSON,  Manager        - - Rupert    Branch
iW*_W.-.«HWKHS&^^
CLEAN UP AND PAINT UP NOW
I   CEDAR    A."       0        ' ■■•:        P  POLISH
' I   '   ■ ' _ARY   WALL  COATING
W i'i :: I  HOSE, , 'BRING  CANS
MARTIN-SEI 01 R   100  ' •
PAINT   BRUSHES,   LAWI ".       VND i    IAS!   SHIOAIM
CARPE1       '•" 'i'"       IARBAGB  PAILS
WINDOW    .' • ..■   '      -    ,i:i.:-   Di ORS
—AT Till:—
KAIEN HARDWARE CO.,cos Third a v.
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"CH.1. ... ,,,004040000^ .0440040404404411
ince Rupert Transfer Co.
3
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Coal, Furniture Moving, Baggage
and Heavy Teaming
bW. J. CRAWFORD, Manager
ine 566       °zx;;:::z,
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The Morning Journal
50 cents per Month PRIXCI    RUPBRT    JOURNAL
Saturday,  March  27,   l.lE
GERMANY STILL is
LOOKING
Tl) AFRICA
General     Botha    Completely    Upset
Teuton   Aspirations,   Bul   All
Hope Nol Given Up.
ested idealism.    This being   so,  Pas- girdle of our gigantic colonial   pos-
tor Se! owalt.        on d red    that    the ' s from  the Indian  Ocean    to
treaty conceded between Marks and|the Central  Afrlcan lakea aml down
i   e Congo it. ihe Atlantic."
the German   governor   of Southwest j
a\.frica  was  a  very   fortunate   tiling.
tor   Botha   In  its  political  effects,  iiij
ALL  WOULD Dl-h-IAXHS
tlmi   ii   furnished  fresh   ground   Eor
the  necessity  of  lhe  war,   and    the
SUPPLY   OF   SALMON
Germany   has  watched   with    the
closes!     interest    the    progress    o£
events in South Africa, aud for som
causes  of  disturbances  must    be  renin', ed  anil    th.       - n c..-   of   future
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TAKE NOTICE that Peter Piombo,
ol   Prince   Rup. ipation
Pri   , - ' tor, intends I (or per-
mi --'..ii  - - ■   foi  coal and
I troleum ov
of canned   salmon, iaada „„
im MACHINE 11
i     ,;  ... Island: Commencing al a posl  plant
■ , ed thi te miles utiriii of tbe. noi
ducing  the  pack  ol   mild-cur^d .        ..,,    ,0|   -:- r	
mon, probably b;  threi   fo Qei c ains, thence west SO chains, thi
. south   'So    chains,   thenci
tnai     is the lai et       this ,     .na   j0
Engine.   Iii.i.iIIkI   and
I airs
Oxy-Acctj I,,..,.   piun,
Phone Red  158
in    Coi
Thitti
^dangers must be stopped up jf Soutli i
press adopted the Ihat'i^^H__________________________________Kt
vAfiica  ivas to iirosper. In conclusioni
nt tl  Salmon  Looked  for
Year.
the   rebelliim  was   far   more  serious.
and was making
than   i lie    Biitis     Governmenl
':"     '    :   t0    lt' ,,.  ■      hinl
ho' n en
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liche   R-und! :   er    _     ecejitl
official   South    '-
garded  as an  ad       ai loi ..
the  war    lasts.     'ai Schi      ll
g in       . , renil
readers that h
the    outset     that     an "I the
ti..-  paste    lioped        :     be   ; ",: h-
,-ould      Mention liai   :   i p in de of the ex-
bi ': ■   pre enough                                    ' I'aoi llm n  nil   toi   sal   on     e-
. ■    i     n tho old ■ portei i          .      ilong tbe
irth 1 Coast, and lu
Iction I    '              ' i worth nothin
canned, .   the   VIctorl
I Wil     tin    -!       nd ii    dally
loi lat the  1
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on will rei
rtl. Pr      ration     are    al-!
. eady   rell n ler ivaj  and the word ■
Be--' -' -''"-I   so-. ei'Lil    I
only it Botha took part in   it.    All-.                       "Vorwaerts,"    for    in- irs'that they look tor a
the   talk'   h0Wl   ' '   '  '  stan .   ■      .     -     of treuieudou     Ine se  this  yen,-.    The
secret plans and of the defection   <>l'|t,K,   _a%__  „.,.,   „    ,,.,.,n,,v   .,,,„,..,'. mand  for this justly famous  arti-
red to tlie possibility of a vast Ger- cle '"'  !r""l is greater  now  than   i.
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i. H. HILDITCh
Contractor and Builder
commi
containing 640 acres more or less. Estiiuated given on all    classes of
ja29 ' work,  ivliether small or large.   Per.
ii,-.   located, De       bei  3i ■■'. «onnl utteirtion given to every item.
 District—District
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fAKE NOTICE that Peter Piombo,
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Africa    had    proved
to
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prospect    thai    Botha    intended    to
war," it observed,   "will   en#>li
"a lending factor in the situation and
emulate   the exploits   of   Maritz   ot j,y  ii.c seizure of the   Belgian   and shipments abroad have '"-en phenom-
I   lEDEIUCK  PETEB8, K.C.
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Date loci I. December 4th,  I
LOCK
DR. GILROY, DENTIST
Crowi     nd Brldgi i
Specialty
that! -___—_
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Queen  Charlotte Islands,
with the singl.  ex      tion        ■   keye.
]    TAKE NOTICB that   Peti I   Piombo,
lot'   I'rii'.-i    __     '     •'..!'.,    in '■ li'iiti'Hi
prices mav lie lower  this year,   but Prospector, Intends in applj  tor per-]
'mission lu prospect  for coal and pe
Office:   Smith    Block,   Third   Avenue
Saxony.
]Frenel    Congo  and   the   Portuguese
enal.
thi re is nuiliiii-   nl a
it.
certain about
The   goal-  towards   which    Botha colonies,  to c eate a  German colon-!    Canned   salmon is said to be   the
was    striving,    like    another    Cecil lal empire, such as our fathers, who cleanesl  food put up in the fish line,
Rhodes, was that of a united South used  to  ridicule   our   lirst   colonial and its value ns a food Is known the
Africa,  and   for  that   lie  had   ahan- beginnings,  could   never (have   con- world over. Every year has witness-
tloned his friends and his pasl,   and ceived.     Between    Egypt   and   East ed   an  amazing .increase   in    sales,
shown  that   he   preferred   economii   Africa    and    the   Anglo-Boer   South with inquiry from nearly every point
and  political advantages to disinter-' Africa there will stretch the endless on the earth. It is said that there is
" ST. LOUIS, 3?'A'-^
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Mai-ill Fn ill I ture Sale at George
I). Tite's, all departments. Record
discounts for cash.
Groceries—Our prices arc the lowest In town. You will save money n-
almost every article. Give us a tria
order today. Phone 1_". Prompt do
ivory. Mussallem & Co.. 423 Fiftn
Ave. East.
Notice Is hereby fiiven that,on th»
£rst day of April next application
will be made to the superintendent
of Provincial Police anil to the
Board of License Commissioners foi
the City of Prince Rupert for per
mission to change the site of the
wholesale liquor bu'siness now car
lied on by the undersigned company
from its ; ; iseiil i remises, namely
Lots 16 and 17, Block 11, Section i
^situate on Second Avenue, City n
Prince Rupert, to premises siluati
.-ei Lots 16 and 16, Block 32, Sec
tlon 1, on Fraser Street, In tl I litj
ol  Prince Rupi 11.
Dated  i':i    27th of Fi  .ruary    ..D
11)1...
. ■ . Wholesi I     Liquoi    i lompan.
of  Prince  Rupert,  Lid.
28mar28 ('.  A.  SWEET.
.    FAULDS, M.I. B.E.
Coij-tjltUg Mining Engineer
Examinations   and    development    of
Coal. Metal, Oil. Etc.
troleum over the following described 1709 Dunsmuii St.      Vancouver, B.C.
lands on the  iVest Coast of Graham]      ,	
Island: Commencing at a posl planted five miles east and one mile norlhj
of the north-east corner of Lot 2411.. |
i lienee noi th  80 chains, thence wei
80   cliains,  tlience  south   X0    chain'.
tlience  east  SO  chains,  to   point  of
commencement, containing 640 acres
more or less.
j;i20 PETER   PIOMBO.
Date located, 4th December, 1914.
HA-RDRESSiNG
PARLORS
LAND ACT.
Skeena    Land    District—District    0
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that I, D. Hogg
of Queen Charlotte City, occupation
Farmer, intern! to apply for permis
.ion to purchase the following de
scribed lauds: Commencing at a pos
planted at the sontli-wo_t cor
er of Gootlen Island In Bearskin
Bay, thence easterly thonce norther
ly,  tlience  v, est. ben< e  southe ■
y, following shore line to point   of
ommencementi containing Ave acn
nore or less.
DANIEL   HOGG.
Dated 6th February,  1915. 11
Massage,    Manicuring,   Scalp   Treatment,  Electric Treatments,  Etc
Mrs.   N. L.  Handns yde, Prop.
ill Third St PRINCE HUPER1
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Delivered to your kitchen
door, like groceries
9"
175,000,000 Bottles Yearly
That was the demand for er last
your.
,i Plant covers today
■    -   - equal  to   .0  city
cftdy  employment   to
0   people, untl  to  1,500  more   In  its
it.utu lle-a.
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RITCHIE,   AGNEWI  &   CO.
Civil Engineers and Surveyor-
Prince Kapenrt,   B.C.
Waterworks, Water Power, Whart
.onatruction, Reports, Plans, Domin-
on and Provincial Land Surveying,
_)l«Ctri. Blue Printing, Negatives aud
White Prints
Phone Bluo 183        Res.  Phone 3113
UP-TO-DATE
LINDSAY'S CARTAGE SSTORAGL
8.  T.   P   CARTA..'10  AGENT9
331    SBCONl-
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prompt at 1.1 tlon   : l . ne No. 68
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PRINCE    RUPERT    JOURNAL
GRANITE
1RA.NITE of best quality nntl  thoroughly  tested   for  sale
Cut Stone or Crushed  Rock   in
QlllllltittaSS
fKIL 3. McLEOD      Phone Green HIT
ocean nsFcoT
Skeena  Land  District — District oft
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Andrew W.
MaeLean, of IMince Rupert, B. 0.,
occupation Carpenter, intends to apply for permission to prospect for
coal and petroleum over the following described lands on tbe West
Coast of 'Grabam  Island:  Commenc-
ng at n post planted two miles north
and one mile east of the north-east
corner of Lot 2435, thence north SO
chains, llience east 80 chains, tlience
south  so   chains,   thi _■•■    y.-c •'    SO
bains  to   point   of   commencement,
>.resh Fish Arriving Every Day
tottide 0!ders Promptly Attend.d To eontatning 640 acres more or less
  ANDREW   W.   ..lac.Ll-AN.
If 18 Agent,  Peter Piombo
Date located  23rd  December,  1914.
GOVERNMENT WEATHER
KBPORT.
Furnished   by   I.    .V.    Bowling.
For  24  hours ending  5  p.m.
March  20.
Bar, reduced to sea level.... 30.029
Highest   temperature    64.0
Lowest  temperature   . -to.u
PHONE BLUE
PHONE 554
P.O. BOX 60
FOR
APERHANGING
AINTING
OJ-ISH1NG AND
WALL TINTING
HIGH-GRADE    INTERIOR
DECORATING    A    SPECIALTY
Martin Swanson
SECOND AVE. -H.AR Mi Iinini
040 D-tW_HKHJ_.CKH.-KI UKKHKHJ
CANADIAN STEAM I
LAUNDRY       I
NOW  OPEN  FOR  BUSINESS f
flLutest and Approved Methods ft
ViOnly   Skilled    Operators   Em    g
ployed o
Phone us aud ive will call for a 0
trial   bundle o
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Note   our   addi'ess: O
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Phone No. 8
Canadian Steam Laundry
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Capt. J. McGee
M.M.S.A.
Masters and Mates prepared
for examination. Compass atl-
juster.
Phone Red 502
"NAUTICAL   ACADEMY"
Helgerson  Block, opposite
Royal  Hotel
00000 00O<i0O0O044000a00000
Skeena   Land    Disl.riol—District    of
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Poter Pionibo,
of Prineo Rupert, B.G., oooupation
Prospectoi, li ids to apply tor permission io prospect I'or coal and pe-
tri - -ii ever the following described
lands on ihe West Coast of Graham
Island: Commenoing at a ost. planl-
ed three milc.i north and one mile
east of the north-east corner of Lot
2437, ibeni-e north SO chains, tlience
east 80 ohains, tlience south SO
chains, thence west 80 ohains, to
point of ccmnMeneotiie-ut, containing
(14 0 acres more or less.
jfl!9 PWSU11K   l>i0M«O.
Date locate*.  Ilroembu- 3rtl,  191-4
AMERICAN VIEW OF
KITCHENER'S ARMY
IT   IS CALLED A  DEMOCRACY  IN
Alius (il   (LEAN MEN READY
TO 1 It.III.
NOTIOE.
Tlie Canadian Patriotic Fund.
Will those who need assistance
trom tJie abeve fend, resident ln the
city or dielriot and whose bread-
wiener is on active service with tbe
Soroas of the Empire or her Allies,
kindly notify the secretary of tbr
local organisation.
If W. S   COLLISON,
P.O. Box 735.
They   Have  Gone    Inlo    tilt
Willi  a  Nobler Spirit  '
Crusaders.
Contest
'linn
The current  number of Ihe   Field
Skeena  Land   District  —  District  of
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Andrew . W.'
Mat-Lean, of Prince Rupert, B. C,
occupation Carpenter, intends to apply for permission to prospect for
coal and petroleum over the following described lands on West Coast
of Graham Island: Commencing at
a post planted two miles nortlt of
the north-east corner of Lot 2430,
thence north SO chains, tbence west
SO chains, thence south 80 chains,
theace easl: 88 chains, to point of
comuieneoment containing 040 acres
more or less.
ANDREW   \V.   MacLEAN.
Queen  Charlotte  Islauds.
Skeena   Land    I»1»trict--District    of j
TAKE NOTICE t*at Poter Plumb*), j
ef  Prince  Rupert.,   B.C.,   oecupeitle!) j     "They  call   ii    Kitchener's   army,
Prospector, intends to apply for/f*/! but   whal  l  have seen  is   something
iriisston to proapoot tor coal aad pe-
flS Agent,  Peter  Piombo
contains   an   article    by    Mr.    Hen,,'.' Date  loeated,   23rd  December,   1914
Noble Hall, which gives an Impression of Kitchener's army from an
American point of view. The writer
says:
Skeena  Land  District — District  of
Queen  Charlotte Islands,
TAKE NOTICE that Andrew \Y
M*cLean, of Prince Rupert, B.C., oc
•npation  Carpenter, intends to apply
or  permission  to  prospect   for   eoa lien  in  .Manitoba,  Saskatchewan
nd petroleum over the following de
NAVIGABLE    WATERS     PROTECTION ACT.
R. S. C. Chapter 115.
The imperial Oil Company hereby
^rive netiee that it has under Section   7   of  the  above   Act,   deposited
tb the Minister of Public Works at'
wa, aad in the office of the District Registrar ef the Prince Rupert
■Land Registration District at Prinee
Rupert, B.C.. a description of the
site and the plans of the wharf and
approach proposed to ho built in
Prince Rupert Harbor, British Columbia, in front of WaXetbcfiat
ilJlook "8", according to registered
,plan of the Townsite of the said
Ctty ef Prince Rupert deposited In,
the aforesaid Land Registry Office
as No. 923.
AND TAKE NOTICE that after
tbe expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication of
this notice, the said Imperial Oil
Company will under Section 7 of the
said Act. apply to the .Minister of
Public Works at his office in the City
of Oltawa for approval of Ihe said
site and plans and for leave to construct tiie said wharf and approach.
DATED  at'   Prince    Rupert,    B.C.,
this  2nd   day  of   February,    A.    D.
19 IB. 4w-f4
THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY.
NOTICE is 'hereby given that on
tbe 23rd day of March next applica
tion will he made to the Superir,
tendout of Provincial Police and to
the Board of License Commissioners ter the City of Prince Roaort for
permission to remove the luseaae for
the sale of liquor by wholesale from
the premises known as Lot* 16 and
16, Block 32, Section 1, situate ut
Frazor Street in tbe City of Prince
Rupert, to the lands described as
Luts 10 and 20, Block 33, Section I,
on Third Avenue In the said City of
Prineo  Rupert.
DATED   this   20th   day  of   Febru
ary, 1915.
PRINCE   RUPERT  IMPORTING CO.
LIMITED.
W.  H. Marshall, Manager
f21mar22 Applicant.
SYNOPSIS      OP      COAL      MINING
REGULATIONS,
li-oleuni over the folHiwiat dttjsorttad far greater than an army. It is al cribed lands on the West Coast of
binds on the West Coast of Graham democracy in arms. Here is the vil- iGreham Island: Commencing al a
Inland:  Goiumanciug at a petit, plant- |post planted  two miles north  of the
ed five miles east of the north-east lure blacksmith and the village par- north-east corner of Lot 2433, tlience
oorner of Let 2415, tiu*oe east » BOn, the squire's son and the young Mrth so chains, thence east 80
chains,    thonce     south     80     chains, '   chains.    Ihence     south     80    chains,
thence west SO ebains, thence north farmer, the miner and the mechanic, thence west 80 chains io point of
80 cliains, to point of commence-u.jle factory band and the city clerk commencement, containing (140 acres
menl,  containing  040  acres more or I more   er   less.
l»ss. the  artisan  and   ,l,e   fol,c-"c   -'"'"""j ANDREW   W.   MacLEAN.
iaS9 PETER   PIOMBO.      atei  thp business  man and  the tloc-lflS Anient. Pet-er Piombo
Date located, December 4th, 1914.1 '
 . tor, the lawyer and the   tradesman iDate located, 2.1rd December, 1914.
0000000 0400404 000X- 0044 044 O
9 SAFE. DEPOSIT BOXES
For Rent
REASONABLE    HATES
Skeena   Land    District—District
Queen  Oharlotte  Islands.
TAKE NOTIOE that refer Piombo,! tape  or washed  dishes,
of  Putace  Rupert,    B.C.,   occupatien
ef This  man   was  a  stock  broker,    this
other  wailed at table, or   measured
Prospetrt-or, intends to apply for permission to prospect, for asl and petroleum! over the following ioseritiod
lands on the West Coast of Graham
Island: Oemmencing at. a post planned live miles east of the north-east
.cornei' of Lot 243n, i.honee nerl* 81)
chains, thence ea'st SO elia.ins, t-honee
south 80 ohains, tlience west SO
chains, to poinl of ooiaiuoncenient,
containing HO aeres more or less.
jaSfl PWW3R   I'TOMBO.
Date located, December 4th, 1314.
come.
They   have
of  tlieir  own  free  will,    from
cottage and castle to offer their  lives
to their country, for they know tha
Britain's cause is just.
"These are the men who are going
to  crush   militarism,  and   when    lhe
Skeena  Laud  District  —  District  of
Queen  Charlelte  Islands.
TAKE   NOTICE  that   Andrew
MaeLean,   of   Prince   Rupert,   B,
ooeupatten  8arpo»ter, intends to ap-
Uly   fer   ponsaissiOH   to   prespeot    for
aoai aad petroleum ever the follow
leg dasorfbad lands en the West
Oleettt of Oi-s.Ua Ietdlsna
Ceaet of Graham Island: Commencing at a post planted ene mile north
task  is  accomplished  those that are aHd t>wo ,Blles eagt M tke n.rti.MBt
left  will   lay  aside  their  khaki    and |corner of Let 24J8, theaee nerth  80,
their guns and
as  quietly  as   they  came.
containing 040 acres more er less.
ANDRBW  \V.  MacLEAN.
do they make'.'    Die answer   is—and ns Agent,  Peter  Piombo
1  am understanding the truth—they; Date located, 23rd December,  1914
are   equal     to    the     finest
Chains, tthense west 16 chains, thence
SO back to work just|Mutt    S9    ___ii   _e__   east    &0
regular
Skeena   Land    District—District    of
Queen  Oharlotte  Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Peter Piombo,
of Prinee Rupert, B.C., occiipmfcian
Prospector, intends to apply for permission to prospect for coal and petroleum over the following described,
lands on  the  West Coast of Grabamj"
Island:  Gon*menoing at a post plant-it	
ed  five  miles  east   of   the  north »ast: TAKE   NOTICE   that   Andrew
corner of Lot. 2436, tlience north  S8 jl'i'olessionul   soldiers,   of    « lite ..MaeLean,   of   Prints  Rupert,    B
who have  fought in
troops  thai   Britain   has ever  put   in.gkeena  Land   Distriot — District  of
leld at any period of her history.] Qu0M ohartotte Iglands,
is  the   deliberate   opinion   of,
C.
ohains, thenoe west SO oh'aias, i(.d generals who have fought In 01-j occupation CM-peater, intends to ap
thenee south  SO  chains,  thence  east Ply   for  permlneion   to    prospect    for
seen every  war in  the last   half-cen-leoft]  mid  netroleun  over the follov-
,-■:()  chains,  to   point   of   oeiamence-
IIII
Continental Trust
Company
5CK30-o-o-c<ia-or.uo-r;OD-o-D-a<io
mem,  containing  040  acres rnot
less.
ja29 PETER   PIOMBO.
Date located, December 4th, 1.914
The Morning Journal
50c. per month
Skeena   Land    District—Distriet    of
Queen  Charlotte Islands,
TAKE NOTICE that Peter Piombo,
of Prince Rupert. B.C., oecupaUeu!
Prospector, Intends to apply for per-|
mission to prospeel for oeal a»d pc
trslsum oven- lie fallowing described ] Hut God pity
liindn on the West Coaat. ..-.f Greinua1
Island: i:-"ittv;-tMi:]:: at n neat itutt-
,<a tenr n«He*i aorth ef like »ort*-eMt! For these are not men to ask quar-
corner of Lot 2437, th.«i:e lot* ML alKl , d0 not lllink they win giV(
chains, iff nee eftst i-D otouss, tdittaeei
south    SO    cewihs,    rtsi-weo    wa*    tt It.   The more  I  saw   of   Kitchener's
ohains,   to   joiin   ef    . ew»iao'»««ie»t
[ing de«<:rih9d laads on the West
|Coast of Giahem Island: Commenc-
at I ins mt a poet planted one mile nortli
aad Cwo miles esnrt of the north-east
coreer ef Lot 3486, thence north SO
■'iiis  army   Is  as clean-lipped   as  it: chaias, thence east S» chains, tbence
or-tury.
"And   you   do   nol   have   to
Aldershot Ions to realize thai *Kiich-
Coal fcining rights of tbe   Domin-
md
Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the
Northwest Te'rriiories and a portion
ef the Province of British Columbia,
ma.y be leased, for a term of twen-
ty-oae years at an annual rental of
il per acre. Not more than 2';5(i0
acres will be leased to one applicant.
Applicatrons for a lease must be
Djiade by the applicant in person to
tbe Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in which the rights applied for
nrc si:.:.•■::.
t In surveyed territory the land
must be described by sections, or
legal subdivisions of sections, and
in unsurveyed territory the tract applied for shall be staked out by the
applicant  himself.
Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $5, which will be
refunded if the rights applied for
are not available, but not otherwise. A reyalty shall be paid on the
erchantable output of th'e mine at
the rate of live cents per ton.
The person operating the mine
shall furnish the Agent with sworn
returns acceunling for the full
qaantity of merchantable coal mined
an.d pay the royalty thereon, if the
coal mining riglils are not being operated, such returns should be fur
nisbed at least, once a year.
The lease will include the coal
mining rights only; hut the lessee
may be permitted to purchase whai-
available surface rights may be
considered necessary for the working of the mine ill the rate of £1 n
per acre.
For  full    information    application
should  be made to the Secretarj    of
the Department of the Interior,   Ot
tawa,   or   to   any   Agent    or    Sub-
Agent of Dominion Lands.
\V. W. CORY,
Deputy Minister of the Interior
^..UE.>.... -
NOTIOE   OP   OANOELLATION    OP
RESERVE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the Reserve existing on Detention
Island by reason of a Notice published in the British Columbia Gazette on
the 30th of May, 1912, is hereby can
celled.
R.  A.   RENVVICK,
Deputy  .Minister <f Lauds
Department  of Lands,
Victoria, B.C.,
October  19th,  1914.       o2 !
is clean-limbed. That these men ran
be turned loose on to. l!,erinaiiy without fear of their doing anything that
I will tarnish their country's name,
men that have to
'jface them with arms in their hands.
south   II    cliains.
hence    west    SO
containing K"U Reran _»«<« or leas.
jnM fiwan   H0Um.
Date looMted,  DamtalMt   led,  1S14
H>0aa-a<Hj0ij0<ii>oo<HjiJtja*iJ<HK^
RUPERT MRINE If0MW#tKS MM    *:
SUPPLY CO, LIM
Army, the stronger my impression
grew that this Is something far
greater than any army. I have seen
im i ;i tiny portion of It, and aston-
Ishmen has given way to admiration, in pride, and pride to a
"Truly   thai   Is   a    democracy    in
chains,   tt;   poiat   of   nonimencemenl
cent-tan 1ms 04* acres wore or less.
AMD»»W  W.  MaeLBAN.
f's Aseut,  Potior Piombo
Date located, 2»rd December,  1914,
JAMES GILnOFE
ARCHITEO
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